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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: April 14, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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dings cord and of the preserve legislative all the lawn and procee- fect Provided, That nothing in this act shall regulation.an penltie and b entte to manner of holding the electinns shall Be'prescribed terir, or yearly in advance_ '. "-*. .* .. f

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acts and proceedingsof bank,or any institution With banking powers, the marshal of the'Territory of Oregon, and : of rotes ,shall be declared Each'subsequent ounce -- ''*'"1 !
-tb lea breeze leemi to bring the governor in his executive or to borrow i in the of tfie TerrItory shall in Cfeta Dumb .. t
Mora department; money name addition, be paid thev son :of two by the governor to be duly. elected, and a And'if overllbz,:'ia the
JT health and freshness on lie wing; he shall transmit one copy of the laws and or t pleg the faith of the people of hundred dollars annually as a compensation certificate thereof shall be given accordingly.; Stale weiKhinJ'no ruh1shed'I..c.each,and week

Bright flowers, to me all strange and new, journals of the legislative assembly within !the } loan whatever, dltctlrridIrectly. for extra.services.SEC. 0 The delegate from Territory'shall be. I lv papers in county .;

jrt glittering In the early dew thirty days after the end of each session, and No charter granting any.,privileges If.: m'I* i it further enacted, ,That entitled to receive th sid per diem compensation ,ree. "- wbtt'p.W.,. ,

AD*perfumei rUe from erery groVe one copy of the execuiive proceedings and of making, ,laUII.or putting into .circulation tne secretary, chief jaitic'andassociate and mileage at allowed Small Newspapers and ,Periodieah'nab- ,
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f Ai ineraM to the clouds that more official correspondence semi-annually, on the any notes in the likeness of ,i justices, attorney the.delegate from the Territory of Oregon. IIhe monthly oftener, and-Pamphlets l

jjk gptriti o'eryoa welkin clear; first days January and July in each year, bank notes' any bonds, scrip, drafts, bills shall be Dominate .and by. and with the ", SEC.: 15.And be it further enacted. That all octavo pages or less-when' seatia <
to the President of the United States, and of exchange, or obligations' or granting; advice Senate : suits at least 8 01. prepaid | ',
Bat I am tad thOU art not here any 500eent appointed plaints, process and proceedings, civil packge weighing l' ,
two copies of the laws to the President of other banking powers or privileges, shall by the President the United. States. The: and erimnal, at law and in chancery, and all J.2'anoz. ':t it .

Tit Noon-a calm unbroken sleep the Senate and to the Speaker of the Houseof be passed by the legislative assembly nor governor and secretary to be appointed a I 'ndlcmfDt and 'informations, which shall -bound or unbound, weighing not '

lion the blue wave of the deep Representatives, for the use of Congress.And shall the establishment of any or aforesaid shall, before they 'act. as such, I Ilespectively pending and undetermined in courts established more than four pounds, may b Mot by mail

A wit ba.e.like. fairy dream, in case of the death, removal, resignation agency of any such corporation, derived ,sake an oath or affirmation with in and fur said Territory of for rachoz- 1

It Hotting over rood and stream or absence of the governor; from the from other authority, be allowed in said before the district judge, or some justice of Oregon, by act of Congres entitled "An act Under 3000 miles, prepaid, It, unpaid,

And IBM? *broad magnolia flower, Territory, the secretary shall be and he is Territory; nor shall said legislative assembly the peace in the limits of said Teritor to establish the Territorial government of 1 II: i:A.

Within shadowy woodland bower hejebr authorized and required to execute anthorize the issue of any obligation, scrip duly authorized to administer oths Oregon.[ approved August fourteen, one Over 3000 miles, prepaid, 'Iie4' unpaid, : 0
like a lonely star and perform all the powers and duties of the or evidence of debt by said Territory, in any affirmations by the.laws in force therein or thousand eight hundred and forty-tight, 3c. "-,*>, 5

I It gleaning ud-thott art afar! governor daring such vacancy or absence, or mode or manner whatever, except certificates before the chiefjustice or some associate wherein the venue in said cases, suits at Frctions over a single rate are c1r '
,. Bat I am until another governor shall be duly appointed for service to sid Territory. And all justice of the Supreme Court of the United law, or in chancery, or criminal proceedings as ole rate. *

Ta Ere-on earth the sunset fkics and qualified to fill such vacancy. such laws or any law or laws inconsistentwith States to support the Constitution of the sbal be included within the limits hereinbe Periodicals, in the sense used above are | I

Are printing their own Eden dyes; SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That provisions of this act, shall be utterly States, and faithfully to disharr declared and established for the said publications issued once ia three mnt or

The stars come down and trembling glow the legislative power and authority of said null and void. And all taxes shall be the duties of their respective Territory of Washington ; then, and in that oftener. > *

Like blossoms on the wave tfelow Territory shall be vested in a legislative as- euqal and unior; and no distinctions shall said oaths, when so taken, shall be certifiedby case, said! so pending in the supremeor from the TallahatHt & last. 'J h .4.
And like an unseen spirit, ttie breeze sembly, which shall consist of a council and be made in assessment between differentkinds : the person before whom the same shall circuit court of the Territory of Oregon -.-. if.& ,%< '

Seems lingering 'mid the tree*. house of representatives. The council shall of property, the assessments shall have been taken ; and such certificates shall shall be, by the clerks of said courts, dulytertlfed The Rival flail R 7de and tfcclr 'A. '
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its music round the consist of nine members, having the qualifications be according to the value thereof. To avoid be received and recorded by the said secre- to the },proper of said Terri To".. ,
Breathing spot cour We
; of voters, as hereinafter prescribed, improper influences which may result fromintermixing tary among the executive proceedings ; and Washington ; there-upon said give to-day, articles from the GeorgiaThomasville
I sad-1 see thee not !
But am whose term service shall continue three in one and the same act such the chief justice and asoiate jULtcef and cases shall, in all things concerning thesame ( ) Watcbman and Savannah \ .

Tis Midnight-with a soothing spell years. Immediately after they shall be as- things as have no proper relation to each all other civil officers in sid be proceeded on, and judgments, verdicts Georgian of bis, upon Tbe Watchman;each tells ia behalf :' -p4'4,-

The far-off tones of ocean s1l'ell- sembled in consequence of their first election! other, every law shall embrace but one before they act as such, shall take a like decrees and sentences rendered there for Brunswick pet. ."' *
that the
whole of the
Soft as the mother's cadence mild, they shall be divided as equally as may be object, and that shall j be expressed in the oath or affirmation before the said governor on, in the same manner' a if tbe said Ter- now under contract, will be 4*

lAW bending o'er her sleeping child ; into three classes. The seats of the mem- title.SEC. or secretary, or some judge justice of the ritory had not been divided. All bonds July 1854, and if mean completed by

And on each wandering breeze are beard bers of council of the first class !shall! be 7. And be further enacted That all peace the Territory who may be duly recognizances and obligations of every kind that side" it is high we time to we"sfcindy should-set on i *1 1a
vacated at the of the first of district and officers not commissioned and whatsoever valid under the laws
The rich otes of the mocking-bird expiration year, township, county qualified, wh-ch said existing about it. Iron is contracts ,
are
the second class at the expiration of the herein otherwise provided for shall be appointed oath or affirmation shall be certified and within the limits of said Territory of Oregon, coming ,
la a wild and wondrous lay are com- ; .' f-
digging, more are
many ; I second year, and of the third class at the or elected in such manner as shall be transmitted by the person taking the same shall be held valid under this act, and all letinl. negroes '' *
I sad-thou art it is no time for us to be idle while
Bat am
away I expiration of the third year, so that one provided by the legislative! assembly of the to the secretary, to be by him recorded as crimes and misdemeanors against the laws other are at work. Savannah,

I sink in Dreams-Low,sweet and clear, third may he chosen every year; ansi if Vacancies Territory of Washington. aforesaid ; and afterwards the like oath or now in force within the said limits of the Georgian, talks majestically and through tb. \0

Tky own dear voice is in my ear; happen, by resignation or otherwise, SEC. 8. And be further enacted, That no affirmation shall be taken, 'certified and recorded Territory of Washington, may be prosecuted, She tells her Middle Florida friends solemnly.that '. ,-*
the same shall be filled at the member of the shall in such and form be tried and punished the courts establishedby -'
next in
Aroand my cheek thy tresses twine- ensuing legislative assembly manner as may her road be built," "cost what it may," [
Thy own loved hand is clasped in mine, election. The house of representativesshall hold or be appointed to any office which prescribed by law. The governor shall receive this act, and all penalties, forfeiturts actions and if "wil ha build it herself; but whether t:

Tbj own soft lip to mine is pressed at first session, consist of eighteen shall have been created, or the salary or an annual salary of fifteen hundred and canses of action maybe recYred this road, which will be built cost what .'
the emoluments of which shall have been increased dollars and fifteen. hundred and under this act before the
members possessing,; same qualifi a governor, enforc supreme it is to
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head iI pillowed on breast may prove a blessing or a curse I
Thy my ; t
catiols as prescribed for members of the while he was a member, during the dollars as superintendent of Indian affairs. courts established by this Middle the :
I bare all heart holds depend upon manner
Oh, my dear council, and whose term of service shall con- term for which he was elected and for one The chief justice and associate justices shall act as aforesaid ; Provided That no right; of in Florida we respond with "material aid"
And I am happy-thou art here tinue one The number of after the of such term but each receive annual of thousand action whatever shall .' ',
year. representatives year expiration ; an salary two accrue against any to the One ; ;
undertaking. can scarcely
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may be increased by the legislative 11113 I CILI\LIUI"" "141 i. Hill UC ajmembers "' LU .dollars. The secretary shall receive person for any act done in pursuance of any the Georgian's article without a. rea i

The Absent One assembly, from time to time, in prop.rtion of the first legislative assembly: an annual salary of fifteen hundred dollars. law heretofore passed by the legislative assembly "crisis,"-impending ruin on one hand big ,,

JVom the FFoMnort City;; "."American"of JSt7. to the increase qualified voters: Provided, and no person holding, a commission: or appointment Tbe said salaries shall be paid quarteryearly of the Territory of Oregon, and which subscriptions on tbe olher-blessings ana 0!* 0 I
That the whole number shall never exceed under the United States shall be a from the dates of the respective appointments may be declared contrary to the constitutionor curses. listen to him of Brans- .i{ VI

I sigh for the absent-1 sigh for the heart thirty. An apportionment shall be made, a member of the legislative assembly, or shall at the Treasury of, the United States ; laws of the United States. wick, or Shale give heed to' the warning

That bath of my bosom's deep feeling a part; nearly equal as practicable, among the sev- hold any office under the government of said but no such payment shall be made until SEC. J 6. And be it further enacted That alI voice of Savannah 1 listening the ( .?e ,

That waiteth, and hopeth, and liveth alone, eral counties or districts, for the election of Territory.SEC. said officers shall have entered upon the justices of the peace, constables, sheriffs cry of Iron, the sound J tbe pick-axe and ':
the council and to 9. And be it further enacted, That duties of their The I other and ministerial who I "
T. make every care of my being its own; representatives giving respective appointments. judicial ofcert the siren of the darkies '
Tbtt connUth as nothing the pleasures of life, each section of the Territory representation the judicial power of said Territory shall be members of the legislative: assembly shal i shall be in office within the limit said we say "Brunswick song ," "Brnswic Cn.

Btjond the domain and the duty of trie.I in the ratio of its qualified voters, as nearlyas vested in a supreme court, district courts, be entitled to receive three dollars perday Territory of Washington when act shall annah may "curse" us with.ortbwit Sr- ;'

may be. And the members of the council probate courts, and justices of the pe. during their'atendance' the sessionthereof take efec shall be and they are,hereby au which is to "be built cost what it may.r
sigh for the absent-the daughter, whose feet and of the house of representatives( shall The supreme court shall consist of a chief and eac for every required to continue to exercise we shut our ears to the dulcet 'I .; .j .

Came softly at noontide my coming to meet; reside in, and be inhabitants of, the dirtrictor justice and two associate justices any two twenty miles' travel in and return and perform the duties of their respective I Brunswick, Savannah may, not .
fort
and kiss ,and tellA counties for which, of whom shall constitute a and from said sessions estimated officers of said until al : .
Who Battened to clasp me, me county or they may quorum ing according ofce as Territory, they to bless us, even with an offer on "part *;
... word that was taught her-"I love yon so well!" be elected, respectively. Previous to the who shall hold a term at the seat of government to the nearest usually travelled route. Anda shall be duly elected or appointed, to pay,for it in subscriptions. A great del : 'i! "

first election tb.governor shall cause a census of said Territory annually, and chief clerk, one assistant clerk, a ser- ; and qualified to fill their places in the man- of respect is due to the confidence and ; .
.'';.' I sigh for the absent-I sigh for th e joy or enumeration of the inhabitants and they stall hold their offices during the geant-at-arms and door-keeper may be ner herein directed, or until their offices shall solemnity with which the Georgian. dis *

That dwell in the eyes of my innocent boy qualified voters of the several connties and period of four years, and until their successors chosen for each house ; and the chief clerk be abolished.SEC. courses; but then, on the other we

UneoaKtoui as yet of a father's caress, districts of the Territory to be taken, by shall be appointed and qualified. The sbal receive five dollars per day, and the 17. And be further eacte That the bave the apparent facts, that bud is .i 1's-:, .;'

Jaconncioualy living a father to bless! such persons and in such mode as the governor said Territory shall be divided into three ejd other officers three dollars per day, sum of five thousand dolars the same at work, while Savannah has done nothing. j 1.

I wnp for the absent! My tears are in vain; shall designate and appoint; ; and the judicial districts, and a district court shal during the session of the legislative assembly is hereby appropriated of any moneysin The argument of the Georian that the .|
Tie absent I for will not again persons so appointed shall receive a reasonable be held in each of said districts by ; but no other officers sbal be paid by the Treasury not otherwise apprpriate Savannah Road will be b that 4
come built
Mvrp ; compensation therefor. And the first the justices of the supreme court, at such the United Stales : That there to be expended by and under of the road,from 1 AI'j '
For there was one parting, one spoken adieu- election shall be held at uch time and tmesand: places may be prescribed by shall be but nne session of the legislative of the governor of Washington, in the pur par would valueless without con- ,

Tbe keenest, the saddest my heart ever knew. places, and be conducted in such manner. law; acd the aid judges shall, after their assembly annually, unless on an extraordinary chase of a library, to b kept at the seat of tinuation, and, b pay, tbe road moat go. to i

1 will not weep longer; I will not repine; both as to the persons who shall superintendsuch appointments, respectively reside in the districts occasion the governor shall deem it government for the use of the governor, the Gulf, would have weight with us if the ;i

Th lost one I weep for no longer is mine; election and the returns thereof, a the which sbal be assigned them. The expedient and proper to call the legislature legislative assembly, judges of tbe supreme I road to the Altama any,part ot it,had "

lit gave it-He claimed it-He gained it then, governor. shall appoint and direct; and he jurisdiction several cour herein pro. together. There shall be appropriated court, secretary, marshal and attorney of I been' built; has been struck s

T*make it an angel-I'll weep not again.I shall at the same time declare the numbr of vided for, both appellate original, and annually the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, sid Territory, and such other persons and nothing has been invested. Therefore,

sigh for the absent- sighing shall soon members of the council and hous rep that of the probate courts and of justices of to be expended by the governor to defray under such regulations as shall b prescribedby the failure of parties who were expectedto
my 1 resentatives to which each of the countiesor the peace, shall be as limited by law : Provided the contingent expenses of the Territory, including law. continue it beyond Allamaha, would ".
Diaper from my soul, like tho mist from the I districts sha.l: be entitled under this That justices of the peace shall not the salary of a clerk of the executive SEC. 18. And be further enacted, That, sell to us a reason why "a ,road to tba.

noon; act; and the governor shall, by his proclamation have jurisdiction of any case in which the department ; and there shall also be appropriated until otherwise provided for by law, the river which cannot be profitable". h .
My wife. and my boy, and my daughter I'll fold give at least sixty days' previous title to land shall in any wise come in question annually a sufficient sum, to be governor of said Territory may define the abandoned, rather than a reason why it *.

Close,close to my heart, as a miser his gold; notice of such apportionment, and of the or where the debt or damages claimed expended by the secretary of the Territory,' judicial districts of said Territor and assign he built, and three hundred miles more .of :

I'D hoard e'en the lore of the bosom I press, time places and manner of holding ueh shall exceed one hundred dollars; and the and upon an estimate to be made by the the judges who may appointed for said road aJded, to make the first investment pay. i tI

That sheddeth a blessing best fitted to bless; election. The persons having the highest said supreme and district courts, respectively ) Secretary of the Treasury of the United Territory to the several districts, and also This, at least, strikes us as- the CI '.

And then, when our sighing in absence is done, nnmber of legal votes in each of said council shall possess chancery as well a common Slates, t defray the expenses of the legislative appoint the times and places! for holding sense deduction, although we may '' .t.v.." .
Together we'll ming'e oar sorrows in one. districts for members of the council shallbe law jurisdiction. Each district court, assembly, the printing of the laws, courts in the several counties or subdivisionsin error. The fact that a rail r "willnot ; -

_C.D. declared by the governor to be duly elected or the judge thereof, shall appoint its clerk, and other incidental expenses; and the gov- each of said judicial districts by proclamation my," is certainly a reason under ordinary r.r.r. : ;.3t
to the council, and the persons having who shall also be the register in chancery ernor and secretary of the Territory shall, to be issued by him ; but the legislative circumslanC it will .Do be built :

BT AUTHORITY. the highest number of legal votes for the and Ibal keep Ifls office at the place where in the disbursement of all moneys intrustedto assembly, at their .first or any .subsequent and the parties who were ,"relied ;

house of representatives shall be declared by the may be held. Writs of error, bills them, governed solely by the instruc- session, may organizeater! or modify upon for the etensionoi the road," are not <
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES the governor to be duly elected members of of exception and shall be allowedin tions of the Secretary of the Treasury of the such judicial di.trlc.and assign the judges, "forthcoming, seems to he a reason why it 1 ; /

P, eJ during the Second Setsion of the sid house : Provided, That in case two or all cases from appaJ@ decisions of said United States, and shall semi-annualy. account and alter the times and places of holdingthe will not be exenle. Both together art ,' ?*. ,'-jIV>

Thirty-second Congress of the United States more persons voted for shall have an equal district court to the supreme court, under to -the said Secretary mannerin courts as to'them shall seem expedientand us as to the pr ;: t-:
4 of Antrim. number of votes and in case a vancancy such regulations as may be prescribed by which the aforesaid sums of money shal proper. of the road, and we admire the ingenuity of *
shall occur in either branch of the law ; but in no case removed to the supreme have been expended ; and no expenditure, SEC. 19. And be further enacted, That the Georgian which can draw from them a :, t

(PUBLIC ACT-No. 30.) legislative assembly the governor shall order court shall trial bv iurv be allowed in said to be paid out of money appropriated by all officers ,be appointed' by the President t precisely opposite conclusion. ,

IN ACT to establish the Territorial Government a new election;' and the persons thus court. The supreme our or the justices ] Congress shall be made by sid legislative I by and with the advice and consent of Unless we are ready to believe these companies -

of Washington. elected to the legislative assembly shall meet thereof, shall appoint ia own clerk, and assembly for objects not special.authorized Senate, for the Territory of Washington, are going t spend an aggregate "of :.

Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of at such (place and on such day within ninety every clerk shall hold office at the pleasure by the acts of Congress making ap who, by virtue of the provisions of any law some eight millions on two routes to Pen-

Representatives of the United States of America days after such elections as the governor of the court for which he shall have propriations, nor beyond the sums thus appropriated of Congress now existing, or may be SJicola, there is a great deal more "wind" ,

in Congress assembled, That, from and shall appoint. But thereafter the time, been appointed. Writs of error and appeals for such objects. enacted during the present session of Con- than "fixed fact" about the whole business. 0I

after the passage of this act, all that portionof place and manner of holding and conducting from the final decisions of said supreme SEC. 12. .An be further enacted. That frfI! are reonired to iv security for Brunswick is certainly the more quiet ''of

Oregon Territory lying, and being south all elections by the people and the apportioning court shall be allowed, and may be taken to I the laws force- in said Territory of monevs that may be entrusted with them the two, but we are to say what .b .

of the forty-ninth degree of north latitude, the representation in the several the Supreme Court of the United Stales, in Washington by virtue of the legislation of for disbursement, shall give such security doing or likely to do. If, a has

and north of the middle of the main channel counties or districts to the council and houseof the sime manner and under the same regula- Congress in reference to the Territory of at such time and placeand in such manner, held out to Svannah stock tn tbe amountof

of the Columbia river from its mouth to representatives, according to the number tions as from the circuit court of the Unit Oregon which bave been enacted and passed as the Secretary of the Treasury may pre- a shall be subscribed

where the forty-sixth degree of north lati- of qualified voters, shall be prescribed bylaw Slates where the value of the property subsequent to the first day of September, scribe.SEC.. in Middle Florida, it is not dOlbtful.th

lade crosses Mid river near Fort Walla walla, as well as the day of the commence amount in controversy, to be ascertainedby eighteen hundred and forty-eight, applicable 20. And be further enacted That that company and could connect road
thence with said forty-sixth degree of latitude ment of the regular session of the legislative the oath or affirmation of either party, to the said Territory of Washington,togetherwith when the lands in said be some' way a\'ai themselves of a
to the summit of tRe' Rocky Mountains, assembly: That no session in any or other competent witness, shall exceed the legislative enactments ol the Territory surveyed, under the direction of the Government built io their ; and this, we suppose,

be organized into and constitute a temporary one year Providd the term of sixty days, two thousand dollars, and in all cases where of Oregon, enacted and passed priorto of the Unite States, preparatory to is the plain English of the whole be mater.
however
government by the name of the Territory except the first Cession, which shall not exceed the COItitntion of the United States or the passage of, and not inconsistent with, bringing the same market or otherwise If,Middie a sum like that can -
sixteen in Florida tell the first reason
numbered
Washington : Provided, That nothing in one hundred days. act of Congress, or a treaty of the provisions of this act, and applicable to disposing thereof, sections us road from
be and in each township in said why we cannot build our own
and each of of Washington, and thirty-six .
is in
this the said Territory
brought
act contained shall
be construed to affect States question ;
SEC. 5. And be it furtlter That to and let the benefit of Gulf
force in said be and the same are hereby, sea our
and continued in shall tea f
e7ae district shall have Territory
the authority of the Government of the United the courts exercise they are hereby :
white male inhabitant of f
age, shall of being applied to ports enure to our own State,
every until they for the ins
the in all cases, of reserved purpose
States to make same jurisdiction Territory Washington I
any regulation respecting of who shall have been a in it to is
twenty-one And gratis
) in said Territory. making over j j8id
future legisla- schools
'ears of the United amended by
under the Constitution
the arising be repealed or common
Indians of said their lands
Territory, ,
of said the of the
resident Territory at time where said sections sixteen and that, for the purpose of self-protection, -.4.
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property, or other rights by treaty, law, orotherwise passage of this act, and shall possess the States and the laws of said Territory, as is tion. enacted That all cases either or of them, shall Floridians must hold the majority of 'stock '
district courts of And be it further thirty-six or any .
vested in the circuit and SEC. 13.
which it would have been .
competent hereinafter shall be .
to in this Savannah
aur
qualifications prescribed actual settlers ,
to the Government to make if this act entitled to vote at the first election, and shall the United Stales; writs ol error and appeal the legislative assembly of its the first Territory session of at b decupled thereof. by the county commissioners prior of if so, make a shorter .cmpany-w simghtcr-r say I'I'vote. i S
hold -
M never passed : Provided further, That be eligible to any office within the said Ter- in all such cases shall be made to the supreme Washington shall as vey counties in which sid section so occupied and! take the whole. _Then our protection ,
in the __
the.title:.. the land not exceeding bun- rltnrv but the. nullifications of voters and. ofholding court of said Territory the same as such time and place- sid _Territory__ are s.tualea. ,.oe ana .L lUCY will be complete. The map or Jlorulalaughs J
area and -"J 1 --- -- --- .n- in other cases. Writs of error, and appeals the governor thereof snau BPP"U ... as aforsaid landsto the Gulf and 4'
forty acres, now occupied as missionary office at ail subsequent elections session soonthereafter to locate other at any rod connecting .J
from the final decisions of said direct and at said first a are hereby
stations the Indian inlaid supreme ; fractional Atlantic '
among tribes shall be such as shall be prescribed by the the amount in sections or over territory not our own. -
.Territory, or that may have been so : Provided, That the court, shall be allowed and may be taken to as they shall deem expedient, an equal within their It strikes us that both the Savannah and 'i iBrunswick
legislative may '
stations assembly the Supreme Court of the United State in legislative assembly sbal proceed to locate section, a thf case b roads in 'the .' 4I
occupied as missionary prior to the right of suffrage and of holding office shallbe for said counties, in lieu said sections are yet decidedly
passage of the act establishing the Territorial exercised only by citizens of the United the same manner as from the circuit courts and establish the sat government respective aforesaid. mist, an J'while, under precautions inreference .
deem
Government of Oregon, with of the United States, where the vlue'ofheprprty. Territory at such place as they may so occupied as That I to our own Slate for con- :'
together States above the nge of twenty one years however, shall there SEC 21. And be it furl lacd
the improvements thereon, be and is hereby and those above that age who shall have or the amount in controversy, eligible : which place, said legislative the Territory of Oregon necting tbe Atlantic and enterfris are readyto t ; -
change by
thousand dollars and each be to be
two after subject 1
confirmed and established to the several concurrent hail either with equal decided
declared on oath their intention to become the of five of Washington shall have jurisdiction a. .
And sum
of said district courts shall have and exercise l *
religious societies to which said assembly. committed -I demonstration for one perhaps
missionary such.and shall have taken an oath to the all on wi h'a
of in over
nations respectively belong. I the Constitution of the United sup the same jurisdiction in all cases arising thousand dolars. out any money is river,ofence sid river forms likely to defeat both a insure the con- 'ft l'
port Columbia
!SEC. 2. And bejt further enacted That the and the of this act: And under the Constitution and laws of the) Urnted Treasury appropriated to said between said Territories. struction of either.. The Savannah'scbemsgrewout 'j| ;! jc
provisions provided and granted common boundary
executive and Stats, is vested in the circuit and hereby appropriated of fears arising fromthe, Brans- i-
and a
in
power authority over That no officer, soldier, be there March 41853. .
aid Territory of Washington shall be 'vested Jurthtr other in the seaan or district courts of the United States;,and also Territory of Washington, to ap Approved wick ; had noeiistenceuntil some ;i(
marine, or person army navyof the erection proJec I
to 0 Postage. '
a of all cases arising under the laws of said plied by the governor Rtu' tune and possibilities L
who shall bold his _
governor, office for the United States, or attached to troops of \ probabilities
four Territory, and otberwise The said clerk suitable buildings at the seat govern- io mind the of this Brunswick project had been discussed | jc1
years, and until his successor shall be in the service of the United States, shall be It is not easy to keep always ,
Appointed and qualified unless sooner removed allowed in said by reason shall receive :in all such 'cases the same ment. Thata of Postage stamps on letters at. large in_ the SavantiahnewspaperaafldI.reeling _. ____. ,l,
to vote Territory, urhirh rti r1r. of tha district_ And be it further rtnnired_ amount .L
.I_p__" thl___,__ __ _ SEC. 14. nad -- of Baa arisen awe pros- ;
the nnu n 'H cur force. The '
President of United Teris
by the
States.nefOfernor rt hin An..rwtp. lhpr.in. .,., unl"E &c :, under the laws now in uneames
.. -- --- &i the House of ;
.e f the of for delegate to Repreznumve which Brans-
Oregon 'sornetrade
9f of :
loss
eceiy -
Territory and
shall reside in raid Territory, ritory and has been for the rerio six to for the term Ohio State Journal.has procured published lctiv '
J&all be the services. of the United States servi table of wick might secure, her let the
Commander-in-chief of the mili- months, his permanent. dom PrOU ,citizen of the the following, by r :
Ill thereof'shall perform the duties and re- further, Tha no person 0 SEC. 10. .nd'h further enacted That' two year. inaybeelected by voters ual.ified rates, which gives the information required, Brunswick scheme is by no ",:> ,
Mivethe emoluments of of shall shall an for said States and bi we to our means certain that, with the removal of theapprehensions
superintendent army or navy of the Unite Mates ther atorney' elect of tbe legislative assemWy at a glance, .
to which .called the Savannah
Inafarafiiurs: be pardons and office Territory, who, shall for with the to cut it out and
I grant ever be elected to or any civil or shall be entitled 'to thesamengbtVand readers suggestion .
Who .woul.'I
,'ftnuifines and'forfeitures fof offences against appointment in the said Territory. lour years and until his successor. bal be have 'beer here- put It in some convenient place, to save the project )into existencethat, ;also, r 4*,
privileges
the laws of said Territory, and respites for Sec.: 6..nd'it further enacted,,That the ppomled' and qualified, unless removed -.. tofoeZeFCi5eI* ,and; a'enjoyed by;the. de- trouble asking and' of having.to. answer speedily f low..i unle backed inYlonidabyanamount 0,
offences against tbelawsofftte United Statesmitil legislative power of the,Territorj) shall ex- by the President, and who shall the several other rerrltorles of questions about it: of private subscription not at
the'dec 6 on' pf the President can bease I lend to all rightful subjects legislationnot I eceive the same fee and salary as"'is' provided legates tom S to the.House.of Reprsen'; Lnrnas0' : \1( probable in the present condition of or
known thereon; he shall commission .inconsistent o with the Coostitltit and! by Jaw for the attmey.oUbUnit\ the but. the elected I 0 Eaeb.1-2: oanc'uDder'300 iei'U prepaid -: people. :
;.u officers who shall be appointed to office laws of the United States. no shall States for"te.Tmitr.o .tye. seat Ideleat g frt 'term oi he 3c..unpi ., We are.informed to-day, 'ypnt& Xol
Mer the Uws shall. Territory ap- the ted." 'Tbe l 3000 miles Thomas County, who 3
of' the said Territory where be interfering with the & he shall E& : prer prti o '
'*i1 Uwsuca- commissions pud, shall primar.ie 'who bold bis office 'for four Congress wblcl suchUmeandplaces ; lOc. : .; statement of. the fact. ,,:thai_4b Snual
shall be required, the soil; no tax shal' eleCtion : be held ""Pld t n' *-* 1H
ipo Pinte tat at_ ______ '
D4 ibat1.take ,., "I sh. !ib. nd succesaoLsball ,be ap* ta a. >' MATTW OEKEJUL: Uompany nave -propowiwn -
care that the laws be faithful- p th..1.r.I.tru." '.. .-.Init.t ._-., --- .- 0 ,and be comluctea g. -- u"Pat1h J mae and thaenterprixejointlT.and.thalrBwaswiek I
I 1 Czeci&ted., shall the 'lands or ,other property of'' non p i ielL qualified, unless sooner removed the governor .shall' appoint an direct J ofwhichand' anywhere the"U"ite Stt: csoi wiihBniinsick, proseeato' has '
Sac.3.4.j: father enacted That taxed higher than the lands or by sident, and:whaihal: !!,xecute a deiimeplac& manner ofbolding'.ucl'l First abreounce. Ie j. ,
U ;
rideol b Thjm is to .Hnttdfor -
S refused ,,. ,
from the said courts le.If thern overture
ther.-.baU a secretary of said Territory vropery'of resident. All the laws pufby processes issuing ,':l>(shall give at least EachaubsequentOuflCs.i 7 : mistaken the I
.la f hall residtther.Jn, and ,bold his office 1 : aemblrabaU be sub-> exercising'their '//iirsiei I circuit and proclamation ;'and at alaubqolt not prepaid, double these'rates. But.iswspcpsrt unless we are lotic. ,

or 00*jean, onless sooner removed by the the Congress ,. .Stt districts courts 0 States; be shall c.y p1w I .and .PriodicaZs-iiaid quar .vcik.i'lqlit c o pf

brent of the Uai,*d State,; be shall r,.' and i disapproved, shall b nail and : perform the duties, be subject t the same t. t t. tm. I .: -






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"< Th ... Canal. ::ilr. Bright led off; the Senate in opj>o* ; following easy epistle i! |!lrprn our Th.Os1a4aba... _45 : .,Proceeding i
; t. l'Id.lih1p : ; in J:i: I Of.Q1
j I'j 01 Ip A 'flURIll.RllllLICL 0 I n ? D B I C Vttion tojihe eVork' : nominations .a&Tib f.!*r friend and Jrmer11uboor.felloji:! '-b otjd panjd'' improtemenl COtJCIL C0lell
nt of the New Ycrk Com C..JI
I'r' eorrespnn.lf = (! fetnan ahJcol biiflfey wwr le" :l ; ) and the atten April ,
Mrrtto/ -p/ airtim, n.\bl -
JLlverliert from : I. aat 3.
writing Tampa
r r' .... my*: ,1. :AJOrB f... N\V'L:.t<\ "" "L r'Tuudar ?a,. 5eaItycor m4?, Eight'Sena1 rs. bov-* : piscatorial i { diversion!ofttbe Potomac. f pr i % ( g feted to the site'ofFfuia'a Holland Council m1' nt. His *,'
BuffiZr D.
J> I \ W i* ;) '.,.. -
I't ,: '? Tilt 'Inhabitants of this thriving lllle Aprl*!14.85B;) i.. :;... ?O't.r"(- 'bat"' y ted ht GiG'V; posits i! r.ecelpt. rgiipa-.yjfert!tth .g5%.. eligible xoaTnercial. point, all Cooper and Clarl C0U aculmen. ,BMmttes IU

,:, clapboaid \"illllceare just now wonderfully : Dlx. ; ttJ'n time enjoying themselves in a fishing excursion the information pertaining'lo"'tlie Oclawaha meting

t''k uirred up I by ,hr. reports given respecting Graham, for April.iUumberof I to the upper $t.ohn's, in the steamer river whichhas' its outlet in the St. Johns approved. : Were red &
I
i the prarticuh'ilily of a ship canal across the The "General Order." '
_Tbe..A CrahamV contains .norfnd 0 -e.et&f our.watere* in,tb le"iUbtof BuJf"J'H M
I'I' ftf & both-tb'
t JU+\IlurU1Jh| ;parly-which 8'icintrf .
QII! dio"rnal gf and n
r f: .'. recently come in. Pioperty has risen exeesrtivdy in its very profuse and diversified repast for The Floridian of the 9th has we need only say that a was caughtin i .tal take occasion to copy sun, \ erer f Da:
'
"! up i>n the glaJ s. During the last he month, the following articles' which the anarticlereachiagover, a column in length, "them a. fewontbaatncee. ;Upon, the" the' .-eom nicalion of Mr. Irwin on the mih'Bdmn t YefI,11'9 '

'wVelV'tnnny; village Mots have held chamred eclectic reader will doubtless select 'from on the "General 'Order 'of'the' Executive receipt of the letter below, the Republicanoffice character of that river, which appears in the G. brew andGC- ; ; Power"
hfid been
hand which
'.J' One during Commander-in-cbiei, of Militia: of On the ordered pad as 0
and the a-fishing in a body. Mirror. \er per '
went Ocala
f" i the winter nl $400, fold for 600. Another, their contents, as their title strike the eye to by Council.Bills eut..1

:.i.t: J with the l.uilding. could get no purchaser at I in the hill of fare : The Ericssons; Songs. the State, which we to-day publish.Trie 1 I nextoccasionif i we oyn1'a.d'J bn Jon/ !s' I''i l i i wile' the of H. D. Holland, for S slatio i, I.
MRS. FILLMOBC late of -i.
4 ioo.::. "lri/utb ago, nold yesterday for of P. Morris Tasso's! Gfrusalemme" 4' ftorVdiaVpronoUBcea ns an error fishing tackle, 'whlh of "Great exPresident and of! Cerk! of council, for
George ; servicescmrmeily..werev
,: i. $ ,::... The.survey for the canal i is yet to The Heroism of Labor; the Hungarian of fact11 the remark of the Order, that the Gatherings of.thc Pcople'I feJlheir o.-weM: ,-- ----tl.l.e..daughlcr* of* Rev.*.>* MV Lemuelj.xJf -t-* '0 motion i J
t.f.;: .be all that this speculative excitememt ; *' I*' : byCoeacihtae
: ; Ind.ans, having failed to comply \\" th"tii be "fixed." I Powers, of Aurora_, Caynga county, NewYoik Clark. ordertd to be pilL
. t in based fact that line Revolution.The .
it thc'flnlll a retun'.s .
upon The of
].J.l fat the canal has been found which assurances given the President to remove, ., where she was .married to Mr.. Fill of the elt.
other ?
contains '
proves number twenty-five WASHINGTONMarch 20, 1853. turn ;held on the 4h, forThetheTown
<,., : !: lo be better .llutn'.! was anticipated. The articles in and Terse-which' will each that functionary appealed} to Congress to more, then a young lawyer just beginning be.ng. presented. the ofclol

1 :'to: S *upply ofAvaier promises tone abundant' prone make good the declarations of the Execu- FRIEND "I.4imiThis is very important the practice of his profession, in 1826. tlemen were found' to be f'UIWioUt
#. 1 have its attraction, according, to the peculiar for it is now .
.: and there is hut the slightest elevation of live but that without season with metropolitans, Re'vac Swart Inltndant'Messrs S
body ,
basadjourned .
.'. S twelve feet in be overcome. The question taste of the reader. ; that the annual harvest of the great deep isgathered TUB CONNECTICUT ELECTIONS.-The annual 'Cyrus Bisbee Calvin
"
of ,
, V O10 be Kellle.d is \\"iIIlhis sandy soil of any provision to vindicate the authority : rather late for the election Connecticut: took place onMonday W. Clark John Ok'R
in and t being Clark; John H.
The Florida Mirror. ; .
;
; '..::. Florida admit A ship canal ? The survey the Government. The Floridian saysthe running, creates some little the 4th, when a Democratic Governor and S. N. \\ II hams 8'Br
fish
; ing expedition which left here on the 8th ult President made; such Thisis to commence CUte,
This which no appeal. i iislered
I is the title of a new Whereupon
paper Vast Legislative State Officers, and four
. vrill clear road along the entire line and shaking the knowing ones -I
a ,
I. ,,' ;r among lil.
according to the peculiar interpretation by lo the Hon.' Isaac
. takes the place of the Conservator, published elected, Swart
of *
wells fifteen were
, S Jig feel depth, at intervals made in this business Congressmen JAlt
are year Hi Honor
elect II.
.;':: not exceeding one mile. When, this work, at Ocal,,. L. C. Games, the former editor that paler.of President Fillmore's letter to outlays eery in their by I, D. Holan' ,

. ':, about tmllnth is Congress, announcing the. failure of the efforts many r $100,000 j"oNI SVI'CRJPJON.-We' learn all to .1esrs.fl..E. W. Jobl
:. requiring accomplish and proprietor of the Conservator, announces &c. N. ,?, and Calvin, Ck'S.
: be known out-fit-their. eein, hands, provisions: ; from the Constitutionalist that the Wilt ,
" : r4, something satisfactory may a similar connection with the Mirror of the Department to compel the Indians City His Honor Isaac
.: as to the practicability: of the proposed undertaking I to emigrate. Other people will considei the but there i is, perhaps no place like the Potomac Council of Augusta, have subscribed $20:. dant.11 elee S Swart,Im WB.
associated with Wm. M. Th
... \ hat iiotil (hen is idle. : Royal. enumberbf'fon has
; speculation for fine shad and herring.
; I 000 to the Plank Road which is intendedto The Clerk of Council
fact that the President thought it a present ;
: The engineers meanwhile: are bound to keep '. us is the second-the first proper ct1iin a
.. become quite a business now, to buy up be built from throu h' re.pll'ctJI to paid he was
silent upon the subject and to give the firs not having come to hand.! It disavows!' al occasion of a special message to Congress, Augusta, Burke the Board of olcf td
them by to
.S'S expression of their opinion in the form of shad and herring and transport by and Jefferson Counties to Sanderoville Ga. continue dm.
I a ,
as sufficient appeal" in itself. We believeit I
connection with but is be
. to to the duties of said office
party charge
open until'
: to the Department In railroad to the markets. is not bigjurcssiir -,
report Washington. NOI'thtr I -------- -
. communications from all. has generally been considered the most have lu>eii elect*!_ .
,I accordance with this discreet regulation, properly phrased carried on su> formerly, when we were boys TITLES OV ACTS hal -Councilman- -----
I .
,. ; Capl. Graham, at the head of the of The number before us contains several arti.! emphatic mode in which an important matter I 0. by Wilal
corps Passed the sixth th
seins that at the General
together; now, they cast out area UO'1 of election and appointment of
4 (T. :\;. Engineers here remains .. be brought to the attention of Con
: perfectly uncommunicative des pertaining to the interests of the Stale- can hands M'cmbly, 1852-3. cers the gift of the Iner 01..
100 wdln
mile
" long, requiring as many as
; in the "as
/
..._. '::0 5. will never have him to matter.blame for Speculators/their mis. our projected improvements survey of gress. In the particular case, too, there to man the various machinery, taking in the An Act to authorize the business of Bank red until a future meeting ol tbe defe.

the Oclawaha river to ascertain its adapted. were documents accompanying the message, Pn motion by Councilman H.
\Y.C-.C
[
: : lakes. The the
; $pieailing opinion among lead line, securing the fish, and mending the ing.An
I most intelligent; men throughout the state, is, ness to steam oafnavigation from its mouth from the Secretary of the Interior, the Commissioner Act to amend an act entitled an act Council I a'fjonrned! till Saturday the SIb inst'at
rents that will occur by contact with rocks the Florida 3 o'clock.
to Atlantic and Gulf
that the canal i is impracticable.An of Indian Affairs, Mr. incorporate
Silver &c. also! article Mallory,
to Spriijg, an descriptive
.. -- ; and snags, big fish, &c. Rockfish have been Central Railroad Company.An ATTEST: F. C. BARRKTT: ,

.ti'P I II .. accident occurred on the 5lh inst., to of Levy county in such style as we the Governor, and General Blake -the ten brought to the market weighing sixty pounds Act to incorporate a Company con S Clerk of Council

.. the train from the Noith, when between Fete have frequent inquiries for by persons at a t or of which too plainly expressed! the desireof have struct a Railroad across the Peninsula of

.p ,.': 'sbnrg and Richmond. It appears thai t distance who desire information as to thephysical the Administration, to justify any such and more, and we now a plentiful Florida, under the style of the Florida Rail. COt CJL CDHUE I

supply of salt-water trout, drum and sheep. road Corn April 9, 1853.
aome eight or ten mile frcrn Petersburg, character of our State. In this flimsy excuses as the Floridian presents for pan' ,
.
" when the c.rs're going very swiftly, a head--the latter not so frequelt I is a An Act giving to the Alabama and Florida Council met, present : His Honor liaac

I: .. "snake-hea.! turned tip and went through) feature Major Gaines made the Conservatorof the neglect of Congress to respond properlyto delicious fish. Lately the spotted) has Railroad Company the right to extend their Sxvarf, Intenilnnt; Councilmen H. E. W.

I : the bottom of one of the cars; in which were much value ; and we hope his new arrangement the first.named document. Mr.; Mallory, the Little Falls Road into the Slate of Florida, and con- Clark, John Clark, Calvin Oak, S. N. Wil
discovered above -a
been
. ,'. seated many passengers. The violence of F wiljl! enable him more leisurely to certainly, will not be charged with negative- struct Branch Roads, with Chartered Privleges. liam*.

1. ; the collision .that the of game fish, as you know-and we have fresh Minutes of last meeting were read and
: was so irieat,
part devote his pen] to an exposition of the idvanUgea ness in urging prractical action by the Senate; .
*;; the car penetrated by the iron was literally codfish/ which come to us by railroad. I An Act to incorporate the Pcnsacol and approved. .- :
of settlement in our State, and not but yet it seems his efforts, aided' by those
Railroad Messrs. Bbee:
and
John
: ,. ; knocked out, and the pa;:*enger3 thrown have several times observed fine large hali- Georgia Company. Cyrus : 1L H.
:' down on the bed oifcc load. The Peters without the reward of pecuniary success in of Mr.. Cabell and Senator Morton were in L An Act to incorporate the Pensacola and Hours, Councilmen elect, having failed lo
best fih. I
which is New York's
ttS .;: burg iHtettigmcer of Monday says: his rar2. bert, Mobile Bay Railu oat. qualify within the time prescribed' bj the

,,,_ ___ .._.,__.u __nU_ 0.. I. .. undertaking. don't like it, more on account of its 'looks An Act to incorporate the Pensacola Railroad charter, His Honor the IntenJani orJereil
," c r> lliai l\JrS. As to the which the I "
,..' PurIeUdaflghter cue"iiiLcirij of unj ex-Governor iificnin t6Y"We are] indebted to the Secretary of judicial opinion than any thing else; but can't overcome my j Company. j an election to fill the vacancies thus oecni-
Dudley,
..,: North iof Floridian advances, in connection with the flat side looks much An Act 'to incorporate the Escambia ring, on Saturday the 16th int, to
: Carolina.) and child, (an interes-j State at Tallal assee for a pamphlet copy of prejudice. The too b hL
1 h "' : l ate Indian bill of the General Railroad Company.An by the of the late annual.
Inspectors
: ting boy of 8 or 10 years of age,) were seTiotisly of f the Acts an Resolutions of the last Gen. Assembly, like a dead calls hide, with the hair off. Act Railroad election of Town cTrO.The
to
hat the Executive h be granting Companies
S
though t not to the judge of tl
,
:\,: we hope not dangerously eral Assembly The list of titles is quite All those who are fond of the sport are l lands granted or hereafter to be granted to ensuing year, being announced asa
ir.jured, and that her
,.o which was entirely cut servant off on the Inst road.her Mrs.leg 1 long ; but we iiblish a portion of it to day i he co tild'onalty of measures presentedo collecting ibeir lines, fixing snoods, and arranging the Stale by the General Government, for the names r.f J. L. Hogarth! and T.G; Mytr;

.5 !, him by the Legislature; something may t lie purpose aiding in the construction of were placed in nomination. On
Purnell has: sustained an injury in )her ankle, and shall cone .nile it next week. tackle for a demonstration on the balloting
: bCf'Messrs found in the "Federalist under the Railroad.s within the State. Mr. James f.. Hogarth rlceivinga.laiolit,
ie ,
and her
child
was but than
: severely, we trust not finny tribe. What is pleasanter a good
An Act to repeal an act entitled act [ of the votes cast, was dulfet! ted,
fatally injured in the head. We learn that : A. S. Baldwin and C. Drew bead of the Veto Power," not in exact an declare
,.' S day, (not too bright,) agreeable friends, and granting to the Alabama and Florida and immediately look prescribedoathand
.1 IS .her leg was amputated up to the knee, and having declinejjby the appointments forwarded onformity with our editorial flaill l I
;. that! she d eJ about! after cotemporary's good luck You sit down on some nice road Company land granted or : entered upon the discharge hi*duties.
S *. thirty minutes the the Govern r to open books of subscrip d iclum. old tree b granted to the State by the General Government I Councilman Williams then proposed
. operation. sod perhaps' a venerable tb
... ..5-.. P. S.-Since the above was written, we lion i for the Gu|f and Atlantic Central Kail- I is worthy of note, too, that in the very green ,its branches} and think for the purpose of aiding in the name of the ;jircsent Clerk of CUlu.cillr
., over you
spreading construction of a Railroad from Pensacola to that office
leant tlut; the little boy, although sensible, road, at this pi cewe learn the appointments ection of the Indian bill which the Floridian / re.electiol ; upon deliailt
I.e4 of the times you will have when every one t to Montgomery.An Ihe proffered honor, Councilman ,H. E.:W.
"as lying in on critical situation the have been erred A. M. Reed and J.
very at con on in its article there is
3.,..: last accounts. quotes a proviso gets tired and hungry, and all are collected Act relative to Associations for Manufacturing Clark nominated George C. Powers wha

. : It.'.5 S __ _ __ _ Finne an. Tl e two latter were appointedCommissioners which. affords ii very wide "loophole" loral together to for a fry. Some are purposes. was unanimously I elected and took the prescribed -

.4I SI' Arrival of tlic Black Warrior. of the Florida Railroad," functionaries who, de arrange An Act to amend the several general laws 0.1 th office. <*

(the peninsula ) hut declined to ne\y.instated cleaning the fish, others are gathering the for the incorporation of all such Churches Councilman II. .;. W Clark .t then o l.rJ
serve.
i, : The Meamer Black Warrior, R. W. Shufeldt st pile their professions, might wish to pursue brush, and the most important function of and religious and other societies as may the following resolution. which was

t S U. S. N., Commander, arrived at her liEV"'We are informed thai Major Finley, he non.actiol policy towards the Indians, frying is discharged by an old campaigner.Then accept thereof, now in force in this Sttte. unanimously : S : p

..,. S anchorage in Mobile Bay, Saturday, at 5 p. of West Flori a, has been appointed to the t.o creep through in impending cases of ope. some one who has an'eye to the picturesque An Act to incorporate the town of Pilatk.a.An Resolved, That the thinks:of this Boari

(n., from New Yoik and Havana. She left alive responsibility. From the clamor the Act to incorporate the of Ma- he temlt-ied t<, Mnj. Barrell, late'Clerk of

. ;Ji. ,- Mew York on her regular day (25th ultimo,) vacancy in th Judgeship of Ihat District, l will select some handsome del, r rianna. 'OWI Council, for the et"tmlfl) and svtv.ee. It
1it : Floridian has
{,::.;;!. and Havana, at 2 p. m. 31st ult. created by the ppointment of Judge H.iw- kept up against the Governor, wherein to spread the good things which An Act amendatory of an to amend I has rendered them in hi: official capacity.

;.- THE Hum o1 THE VICE PRFSIBET.k ins and/or that bill, it might have been thought the the ac An cl
::: to the Coil! ctorship of Apalachicola. we have brought along with us. All is act incorporating city Pensacola, : acknC\I rentofvhllcollli

i.::1'. From passengers per tire Black Warrior, It is also sU d 1 that D. P. has that it was a measure framed to save the and fun and frolic is approved December 17th, 1850. : was made l 1tbe ( Cltrk.
;'s : Hogue re- now ready, uppermost.
;" who left Matan/as a ren's since we State from ruin, and that the Governor's An Act to amend the act incorporating A petition, of Mr.--:. M. Dogztlt for .redress
.}1. learn! that the situation (,f Mr. King was:: signed the Atjorney Generalship of the I Having enjoyed ourselves, and lined the the city of Pensacola, approved March of grievance, being proenlrtl..'' was o*

f t1"4\: 'S considered as almost hojieler-p; he was fail Slate, and M. jD. Papy been appointed in failure to execute it was the precursor of i inner man with a'good dinner, perhaps a 2, 1839. motion by Couiirilinati II. K. W. Clink.; received

S ,.; ing very fast' and unless a speedy improve- his place. Th latter was by election theuccessor hat ruin. But one single word in the provieo ,game of quoits will be the order of the day; An Act to amend an act to secure thewamp and action upon .deferred until a

;" i''' melt .'a'S manifested' he must sink tinder of we refer to, it will be seen, gives the s and oveiflowed lands lately granted future meeting.
I s [ the for
lr. Hogue, at expiration and tbe shore must be ransacked flat
i. : IIi; cJ sease.: Still it was his intention if his On Connc'.ImanWilliam. Council
: ( new Administration chance at "fiddle lo the State ar.d for other purposes.An lotion by
., :.'. life sho'iild! be prolonged'') to return home, of his term of jfiice.PThe die" tor indefinite -fads to pitch with. Others, not inclined Act for establishing the office of State then adjourned till Saturday the tfii

and proposed leaving Matanzas for Mobile policy an period. They to such active exercise, will pull out a paper Engineer and Geologist. S inst. at :o'clock I'. M.

S. ':..' on the 16lh inst., in the U. S.steamer Fulton, surveying party at the month of were to have a chance to coax and treat, book and with An Act to amend the law Attest: GEO. C. .
or a a goo-l cigar enjoy granting pre l'WERS
the St. John's tiver have
Lieut.
.! Murray Comrnanllin Alterations nearly completed and use means of removal "otIeiwjse"t emption rights to settlers on Stile .
Lands.
.were being made in the their labors. | themselves under a shady tree, on the grass -
-
4 accommodations of than by force, before it became incumbent An Act to amend.! an.. act entitled an act to .
5 -S. that Mteamrr \"hich"oulll add much to his ---t or a broad stone, forgetting his cares in the L ur L1. n-.s leuiiiuioj il u .
grant pre-emption rights to settlers Stale
S comfort. On the 25th Serving Themselves. on the State to take the task in hand. The on Office Jakuavi. FbrcI31.. 1'
nit.
the oath of office story he is reading. Let the world wag on; l lands, approved December 27th, 1843.An .

..-: S was a.lmini&tcred to him by Judge Sharkey, Four distinguished individuals have been 'clause; is an follows : for f this day we will have good-fellowship, Act to repeal an act entitled an act to Arnold, George Moore, NathwiielAy
U. .%
Sv Consul
at Havana, in P isnwringWAngell
presence of a "Provided, That the Governor shall of State res.
require rs lands
I .. .. number of friends and! relatives-he appointed to profitable trusts under the newAdlllinistration actual not and hearty, though rational sport. purchasers to make Zalmon T JVlyer*, Win 31 t
was commence therefor
S .- so operations litl. in the In. payment to the Treasurer of the Aaruau, ManuelMoss,' William
V. '. extremelyveak at the time of the ceremony .; We suppose, having served dian boundary until the 4th day of May Slate and for other Autry, Elizabeth Morrell,'AKnterson
1"lrpoei.All
: : : as to be incapable of standing without sup. their country for their country's good, they next, and not until he is satisfied that Vie The first Fair of the'Mechanics' Institute, Act for the relief of purchasers of James MODM,Aatinu. '.

poit.SANTA think it now time they should them. General Government ',a determined not to established last year, and held here during State Lands in certain cases. B My tea,JM N .u
serve '
ANNA. Central Drown, Wm J J Micbler Jno II *
S r Santa Anna, accompanied selves. They remove said Indians by force or OTHERWISE." the month of March, wa$ a creditable exhibition An Act to require the Register of State I Hedger, Joe Mann; hi !
hi are-
wife \
S ( by and daughter and
a Lands to furnish Clerks of
the Circuit Court 13 W
1a.l'Jtplitt Mr. Fillmore sadiSts of the industry and ingenuity of Urt. Megua hme ?
S of Mexican officials, passed E3C.SenatorCkinSon, to the Collector- AdmlullraUol.We with a list of all lands subject to Blt. lliromA S "
through; Havana the I Washington, and the exhibitors who honoied private '. *,
28th
on ult. on board ship of New Ydrk in the several Counties of Cant. .vlaUeiuJohaUaker ::
; entry this Stale
commend Bnam
the
,
\ '
SS ': '' .- the Vera British Cruz.-steamer Mobile Avon Register., on their way to' Ex-Senator iJJ'x: to the office of Sub. a leading paper' of the following Union of extract Democratic from .. it with their presence. Those who I where any of said lands lie, and for other ]3me3WD, McKerrmy S Eluk

Treasurer of the same city are capable of forming an opinion of such purposes. UranJon, G A Ogden, Chas B.
; caste, to those who burlesque history so An Act io require the Register of Public i Brewster, Oliver 2 Outlaw, -
S S ]j '; S Arrival .t the Daniel Webster.OBXEAK5 Ex-Senator Downs, to the CoUectorship much as to call tbe administration which I things, say \\"oul compare favorably with Lands of this State to procure and! keep a C Oliver, Parker IIClcmnnts

of New Orleans ; any thing of the sort which has taken place seal of office. J A 1.
New : April 6.-The Daniel: I has just closed its career "reckless and prob elsewhere Clinton, A 1' l'er1. S J
Webster has arrived with California dates to Ex-Senator Sturgeon, as Tieasurer of the Jigale.;" Thefpaper from which we quote the always excepting the Word'$ An Act to authorize William: H. Chase Clmlbl. JV l'ere.JoE

the 10th. "ItShe the fas of Mint at Philadelphia.We ( Fair, and, perhaps, a little of my partiality. and Jasper Strong to cut a Canal connecting Cufer. Trice, M-riom
reports the article is the New York
: : > Journal of Com theaters & Z
Pacific The turmoil and excitement incident'tothe of the PerJitlo River and I Jcnaiiig. C Polk
It : steamship Tennessee by tunning have not, as yet, information as to merce. thus remarks in connection Grand Lagoon Clark, beaborn NMCJ 3
ashore near San Francisco. A large number the confirmation of Mr. Downs. His I witha I beginning of a new Administration, baR Caldwell, J \V 2 101 James 3J, ..
of passengers were on hoard, hut nomination proposition of a Democrat of that city to I been An Act to prevent obstruction to the navigation Clay 11 C 2 PODS,April

I_ all saved. The steamer Independence,were on was only sent in. The rule is that offer Mr. Fillmore some public testimonial"for very great. There are many who will I i of the River and Harbor of St. Co*ton, Koiier l'elu.Jarth A

f be Panama and :San' Francisco route, had those who have had the Presidency must go: the admirable fidelity with which be disappointed and it serves them right ; Marks and Tampa.An Colcson,JnV I'ior
he, Co bHYB2 Poaejr.Mr
-...' S. not been heard of for thirty days before the into retirement. Not so with those who as has discharged the duties of his for there never before was so great a scram Act for preventing obstructions to the Capron, Natbau Pierce. &U

ailing) of the P.iuiel Webster, and serious pired to it. On the score of high office:1"Mr. ble for office. I appears as if the Democracy navigation of the S St. Johns River, East D Perpall, Abr
respectabilityand Fillmore Florida '
fears were entertained concerning her entered upon the Presidency : Donsoleth. Susan B
.: The wining accounts are favorable safety.. and i ability, however, these nominations are at a period of darkness and expected a general sweep from the An Act to amend an act entitled an act I Day Alex I n dJ E C

.': .!r' the cnarketo nierally overstocked. Flour r unexceptionable. Politically, Dix makes :1 He was called to the helm at a difficulty.moment day the new President vas sworn in, and I in relation to ratted lumber adrift, and for Dictoich Demon, .John KO Win A

"'as.eUill at $12 hbl. when our glorious ship of State seemed I high hopes were entertained that this other purposes. ReD
. per cross stratum in the batch ; but Mr. Soul by : Demorec Mrs Paul Etu
.r i I : I drifting directly upon the breakers; he got lime there would not be An Act to regulate Quarantine. Laws in E Kobert.MnJJ I
. has said that a
who single Whig
side
14 L. New: BOAT.-The A I steamer "Ewing," they were by side in her safely about, with the help of his gal. let this Slate. Eagles John L S

;1 I. Joseph H Rowe, master. has been ,placed on I ihe battle, should not be divided in allotting lant first mate, and deliverell' her over to in office "as a monument of Democratic An Act to provide for the location of the EnUauks \\r. 4- Spear, Anderson

the route between Pensacola and this, ;place, the spoils of victory. his successor in a clear sea, with the crew :. clemency." two Seminaries of Learning to be establish Eastman Eubanka, Ienry S B2 .Spencer Spencer,, Auad.r

S. +:. :::.' by AI....... Forgyth and Simpson. The in good orderand the future full of promise. Yours, W. S. M. ed in this State. ,- JarA Staple, S Wmf., J,.:

. \ :: iicing is in thorough repair, and! is an extremely THE NEW-YORK: APPOINTMENTS.-Th e For this he deserves the profound An Act to establish Common Schools Fossil, WiUiam Smith Henry) "
1 : comfortable boat in and lasting gratitude of respec The .Bletainora." aud to repeal certain in relation FU. Walter Stoat, Calvin 4Ferris
': ;:.: every respect! telegraphic correspondents of the New-York every ; all acts thereto Martin
S Stevens,
.4. She; ha*a pow lrll1 engine and is we should rejoice to An Act Mn Franci
expected I It see some public manifestation to amend the act of 24th July, B
Moses
, ,,t! .. It make much better time than the Cora paperF, represent the debate in the Senate i, of these sentiments as suggested This steamer arrived: here in place of theWaka 1845, entitled an Act to raise a revenue,, FontAne GeoPle Staple Saliibnry., AJartha.Griggs .

. .. ::... hOW '""lrr ninlC repairs, receiving a IMJW on the confirmation of Mr. Dix, as having by our correspondent. lad Mr. Fillmore on Sunday last, under command of f &c., &c. J E 4 Stepheni, l

..,...'\t. toiltrSi<:.-Wio.. (&n/u Rosa co.) Courier. been stormy. One says it lasted three, adopted a sectional policy, result might the pioneer of the latter, boat in our waters An Act to amend an act relating to the Green,JuK. Scott, T

, .pdi.::'. : another four hours. and probably would have been disastrous : duties of Tax Assessors and 2 Sttwart.F
Senators Capt. Blankenship. The is Collectors,
,4 DIEP; on Thursday morning the 24th Douglas, in tbe Wela having ap Grant Richard 2 Sander*.David V
ttj S I. Soule Weller etreme. Even if the Union had not L proved_ _January 9th, J849. ntnin: Air-o,! Sanlj.
. SI 4 .r Fehrurary, Mrs. Marr.t'ife of the Hon. Chase, Seward, Hunter and fallen to a new boiler put in her, Charleston, at Gem
have
F pieces become An Act to amend the several GrothV.'wilTiamGomes Pioty
; I Geo. :S.:; Hawkins', of.this pUce. Pettit, took ground favor it"oul so: tbe of Mr. acts con Strcat
-.. ; confirmation; shattered that would have work Libby. She will require cerning licenses to retail Spirituous E J Sa .11
-S Tbfl deceased
I f:' 'N: ,.,S.I and removed) to' this was State H native in of Virginia with, and Messrs. Rusk, Bright, Bailer and Ma L completed the destruction. The whole course abolt six weeks to complete this job, and I An Act amendatory of an act, entitled Liquors an Govern, Kit 11 D Taut,ThomasTraile. '

11 t,'';,' .her brother, the late Hon. Wm.company H Bracken son against it. of his administration wise. has beenjudiciouf, conservative some other'overhauling which is to be done I act to provide for the payment of Coroner's Hunt, Thos 1 Louts K '

.. brotigu. Sue ; One that the It has bound the nation together to her when she will he Juries and for other purposes, approved Huest. G Trigg, ElUaofta
I :; .."it. ; was cut down in the full bloom reporter says result finally by new ties; it has darwn the eye-teeth prepared,for a long January 24th, 1851 Hakln.,Curlh Tlre Sophonfo A
r 11 of womanhood, being; in her 23d Sel! I turned the question ;whether the Florida i ..
;h; dom does the hand year. upon or no he of monsterseclionajism. Hisloi-y will eeltbro.lt campaign., An Act making appropriations for the expenses Harrin, Alary Thompson, o.
.5'1" 1: of Death, at one fell I had given in a candid and sincere adhesion ; will do it Anor. of the State lloossmoo, HUaskell. Tomb D.John :>
Government for
. blow, strike down eo much of loveliness, itip'ttrity Besides the steamer St. Jo/in, in the J G Tra,ers, Toaey .'t
. : :t;:a 9: : under such strong bond of affection to the Fugitive Slave law-its 'constitution The Black Warrior Savannah building fiscal years I 1853 and '54. Hope, !aney Tamer, JamlJHanard.
;. as brings an account of r for a business courtship with her An Act Sarah Tinker
: i her making appropriation for Ihe Ann ,
joined to a devoted husband, and alify, expediency &c. Being voucbed for tbe C.r.t I
: tv. \.1 .<. Underlies bound sever administering tbe oath of office to Vice I aqueous namesake, the 'proprietors of 1 the compilation and publication of Tbolillon'Collecion Hsri-tpB 1' TowisilowardN bi
t ruany : as her to a fond I IS as a worthy member on these points, be / ,
tt t tll. .: mother. To uncommon beauty, she united J was swallowed by the vote of 28 to 8. President King} at Havana on the 25th ult.;; Welalcaare aso! building another boat in the of. the Britiah Statute of force Hopkins, Wae.)4 S

: the most engagingarsd fascinating consequently an account of the same city for in due time to the Hammon.James
manners r
presentation ?
; :! ." ami'! ahlhcse accomplishments of mind The Nays were Mewrs. Bright, Atchison,I, before ceremony) An Act to provide for the payment of lUbui, MrJohnson. Walker, W .
that taken btlle of rivers
having place and -a
ft"1 which has soubriquet as natural as J Walktr.TAWood.WmA
: ItS" : make a high toned and Butler Evans. Rusk Captains Spukmnll'I Parker1 and other
up marked! charac Morton Thompson of I
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going the that ot A
rounds of the "Father
the of Waters" Volunteer
it S ben appied! Companies for service in
5: ; ter. The press provesto the
. 4 intelligence of her death comet Ky., and Mason. t Johnson, Mary WIlson Abram
.". ;. "n:1:: :.' to ail who knew iicr with a painful and be'a fiction. the Mississippi. Competition it evidently .year 1840. Jones, KWJosleyn.! Warren, Josiah L.| .1'
., j almost insupportable. hock.! Mr. Dickinson's nomination is said to a great temptation to An'Act to provide for carrying into effecta Ann J wnilami, V-
, ; ;r.o.\ S have been especially well recrired. The U. S. steamer Saranac, which'went enterprise; or the Resolution approved 8th January instant, Jones, Ann Al Window ., .
Marianna tbe trade
[
\ TWiij. ashore Warsaw shoal and travel of East Florida iai a (1853,) in favor of B. Johnson, JaC ;
i 5 Another dispatch eays the Senate continued I. below Savannah, Hopkins and IVI.ar JautisUKsuiuy
otl.rl K ,
deal like
\ .:, ..a Accident'III, ht Augustine. in session until half past four o'clockon last week,'has been' got off withont material 1 goo Olvr'. aPI"tit; they con ,i for their, H\ice in defending the '. Wm L '\Valt "
t- r i tr.v i '. ,By A private ,letter-from St. Augustine, to Friday. The delay in the confirmation injury, through the exertions of the Cliarlei* tation.tinnally "aek for more". means of transpor- I in An the Act year to 1832.provide for the employment cia Kellojrr Knoppe4, GeorgoKalff" Otto 'WIWM/ -s )

tf. o.; !j a 'friend<
; 1 Giro. B. 'Fairbanks, ol that city, received u a her State., Olce KUrD, UUiiarn : Wt""ohal
,;. 4j: % serious Fowler as Postmaster at New York, and it i J'ele.Lnz ArOINlEMT-EII. Blackburn Mar. 2 L -,

". I t .J ".; tn'cry permitted to injury tasks on the Monday last. We It said of John Cochran. as of thai .,:Northern' !District of. Florida. An Act, concerning thu,Records! of the Loud Z Weston Jobs CU
following extract : surveyor PRIBQNICRS fARBosen.-Tlie Wash S Court of \\Vltoh,Jobl
f 't Appeal, and lbs Superior' Court Lane, Charles O
,
i; I '1 E --TMMrs. Fairbanks bbe very badly hurt yea,: port', bad caused intense excitemeut and H' Ington Jnitlligtnur slit i !.'tht1nformation ( RUODC ILAIID.--Tbe I Democrats I bl"eirrle. of the Territory of .Florida,' Lwo, WlhlDcl PI I
Urdayv was WI$1L'10
1.: vraliinr for her husband fitting, when in her the carriage horses renewal of the struggle outside, pro and con bad been received 'to :the effect this State; electing' their Governor An Act in addition to and amendatory of Lw., ll.nry :.

;" tot and a protracted discussion hrose. thereon inthe I that American an of the several acts Writ'of Error LtO tt Ettto l ,
started .J the tarrlllCe w* broken to the Minister at Madrid hid I "emb Con.re... concerning & 'D, '
? IOin.F' 't ... was fbrovrn out; and li.rjaw.hon.piectsht bio.; Senate. Tbesa three .are ail l Barnburners obtained the of eight andAppeals. to Supreme' Court i : Lafbrrv, 111. YotuigOtlt.;. t ,
1 : .
.IikIjt t ) tht..i! pl. s.- The'' phyileltn thinks and it urn oo that ground that action I of tbe,parol nprlan.; .a ., The Hpn, P"rr Spule, of Lonfilana! .. ,< ror- i LrJp. applying for tits,,1 itg
portion Lopez' 1't.r1J'
rlioneri> :who wirewo.rklll'Jnbo & or ti cai-io.ks atftitng
l gctsisg
:. : S ?.u.wdl: tfOIJ.e'tfl'I, been 'nominate; anil'confirmed ai pro8l !
not) had been .saythqai-s,'4n : r
oh 1'
1L Iii .' 6..it .n.i"* "" .,,, ..... .- S .. poKtnoned..'-, -" thilr. confirmations. ) of Arrngoni: to.Spalii, fijfiriuaW.: ;,. MlrJ.ta to a apmtl".1 lbs Ilal fu"r ;:m '- S =,
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*HEAt QVAITEZFiORNILlTu,,. o -lTth. i____ F.WAVEIL. Joseph S. Baer. SarahTR.|InCaneef.ae. .' t n iubseriber ,Ike manufacture of ,1 st .- ."
'AiyrxiirrGiarcBAL'sUiTieEi '
ARRIVALS ,. Calvin J > .1. SODA. WATER at his Old Siaad PlAID AID llll1IHTllI. rf..
OF PASSENGERS. '
183. .
March
.TALLAKASSKE, 26,
BACON Hams '
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perTh and other jr -t4X
J6 G ket. .ppo lt. An.. Street, .
Graerci Qrrferv-,Tbe Gevernor and Comman- By teamer MeUmorm, April 10th, (row Savannah. r4er. pr lb .J '4 having been made-ta appear by affidavit DEn' .t'ILmJ, IDroagkt.a ft.;
CHARLESTON
dcMChlef of the-Militia.f Florida,'ini pressed .-T Heat. 1 Stephen, S 0 House N it 1t Joseph-S. Baker and Sarah ILhs wife,tb S. C. _S. $ayaaai h. s :
'w
with the Importance of a well organized militia, i' Amerman, H Ceb E L Snow,} F BEEP'Fulton Market, t bbl 12 of tbe defendants in this cause, reside beyond the AU orders promptly attended to.CHAR.LES. I MORRE.. N.FWEBSTZL '
at this sis** particularly, has .instructed me to' Guilmartin, W m Croak BltEADNsvy" limits of this State and in the State .Georgia: CLARK. W. : WIcii

call poa.tlM 21ejor, Generals commanding Di- E S Hoffman, MM Griffin and Mi Sat Pilot, peril 6l I 8 On motion of R. Dorman, Solicitor for eomp&in I. Charleston.- March,1203. ap7-4t_ 1v .

TUionai tab smch isunediate and proper steps, and lady, chil and lr J ) chil, J \Valdbnrg BUTTEIt, ant, i is, ordered that notice be given some House i'umfahnlE&tabUshment.5'aratt.n !
as wBLeBiare u efficient. organization.years and C % G W .Walton Goshen prime, per lb 2 4 all uewpaper published in this circuit, requiring the -- -
hare since the ar \ R I OLIVER F Wholesale and n.tatl.fTTUlE C s
\earIy"'t1lutT elapsed liamson.Ketura. BRICK IL quaity. per ni lid Joseph S. Baker an 8ar It., his wife,to FARNUBI ky -
General Government'placed fUelf under (.t trip, April II A pen appear and answer subscriber desires Ie call the further ai-
Dudgeon and lady, l complainant's bill, Wholesale t
solemn obl *and iou,aots atljri.rectgiiiicd instances in B Leonard an lady, J Whtema and lady, W CANDLES,SPrm per lb 4 I within four months; otherwise said bill sball be Grocery Liquor and i Lotion of tbe Florida fmblio to hit well t ,,1, i
various formi numerous to remove Strickland, U Man J H A peril 2 G 3i taken pr eonfcsso against them, and that this Provision Dealer known establishment for the ale of 1 i i;
ladiani the t
Seminole beyond limits of Flor &o Tallow ,
the lb
order
.
Col per a _
published Ai
J M A T as week ,
once a con FVRXJTUREmtHOVSE FURNISHING rMA
ida. During all this time a constant annoyance 'umeraR.Wahin? n and lady, J D Stcbhins S S Box, CHEESE, Pile Apple, per 11 184 a secutively for four aors. No. 189 EAST BAY CHARLESTON, t' :
TERIALScfer.ryDJSCRIPTIO4V -;
and depression, ap-rpetuol uneasiness and apprehension \Anderson, A Green. Norther. per 11 10. 1. W. A. constantly on band well selected stock t
from the 1 FOltWARIJldg.kc. HAS a House-keepers and merchants them.elve t: !
,arising proximity of a law- I.io. per lb can supply -
Pssscngere-per U. S M. steamer po I 1 Jacksn\le.2th Marh, 18. 81- Liquors and Groceries which he d'mafor article for for
lent race kaowiog no rcitraint but that of fear, CarolDa. Java, penib 14 G *with every general Me or 4I
and .ggravated as these apprehensions have beea April 10, fnin Cbarleston.V M FI m..Mackerel No. 1. i bbl 75 Court Probates sale low Orders from the cuantry carefullyand funning a go Chambers
f'
by repeated acta or ridei.ee and murder. have lady J W Fitch, C Fo-ter, W JM St Amand. t bb1 promptly attended to. Everything in the line .f bwiaeet MaUoMd

not permitted fI1Ir eO 'Ie aileot.: la primary Col T D Sumter, S J EDO Cash FLOUR;Canal, No.2 perbbl f O G State of Florida > JlaC 12,18s2. flrj-Tenns-CASH oa Crrr ACCCFTAKCK. kept on hand including Parlor Hall Bedroom *
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meeting and through official cbanal they hare aud sent J H MeUory Gieine. W 1 Baltimore, per bbl 0 Hernando County,S. S. ( April 7-y and Kitchen Furniture and Jel"iD be mad t fj IJ.;

cxhauzted the language* of remonstrance and Tunno, F S Villepigue and 12 deck tRAINcorn, per bush 9 G 1 0 Joh A. Sutton and Washington T.Mayo. Ex- GEO. ABBOTT upon as good terms is pwrebaim raft be effectedat ,
the General Gor & CO. tbe Nerth. I. .. MORRELL'Old ;.
with ,
Cut ;
rntrent.
importunity nUN.\DEJ. per keg f a 50 'on the Estate Peter W. Law deceased .
it may well be eared, from recent dications, SHIPPING LIST. lb J a t ..Martha C. Law, and others. WHOLESALE AJSD RETAIL established stand Savaanah. Ga.marrh (I, I
that no settled purpose now exists vindicate -------------------- ------------ MOLASSESN. 0.. pr sl 4 G To Mr Martha C. Law, widow Peter W. ----1-._1Ma 24 z
the ,national faith in this particular. Negotiation PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.ARRIVED. Syltul', Florida, per gal 4 a 50OIL1 Law, late of said county, and to all ..L3IIL.-.L _'- -- '

to t5!!tnd has signally failed. The Pi csi- P' pet gal I 2 other concerned to whom decad shall WATCHES AND .! 1J\Y. soL
dent.after direct and pereonal a&urances to theIndiini Lnsed. gal l' come greeting. Jfenu OILS VARNISH .

that tbey would be compelled to remove, Mess, per 00POItTER Now know T., that .
G. Schr Agnes, Lord yon are hereby commanded SILVER AID SILVER rLAm Jill
a promise on their part to do it Voluntarily anda Apri. Joseph Henry, ,B.ton. London, per bblj'2 50 to be and appear before this court on the WINDOW ASS, PUTTY, '_.t..fI,

formal refusal to go has appealed to Congress 8 Anita Damon Syrc., RAISINS, 0 Zlst day of May next, to contest or demur And every description or Paint found IN FLORIDA and else- 5'
to make good the declarative of the Executive; 11., Brig Susan Smusc Biutty : BaANDY per alf 3 5 a 5 0 the case may be, the proving out of the last will a In a Palwt Store, PURCHASERS vicinity of Savannah, are Informed :,t....1;

bat that body has adjourned without any provision I :3mn WHSKEY, and testament PetrV.. that th. subscriber has. en hand, and Is
Schr u noncupa-
Lw. a
to vindicate the authority ofthe Goverlment 12. Ma!eilian! Hashie., per gAl 15 a 1 0 tively made by hi. L., in his last No. 97 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0. tI t constantly receiving from the best and most two I t41 fI f\?4

The people of our frontier arc justly apprehensive Lutullus .0.1 Portand. SUGAR, )'orto Rico, per Jb 8 a illness. I pectable manufacturer in the country rich DIAMOND .t. (iL I }
Lupkin, ew ,
of the demo ting effect which to markeda Coffee No. I, per Ib 9 I 10 Given under my hand and private seal there Also on band Fresh Carnphne and Burning Kt'BY PEARL and other JEWEL
disregard by the Government of its own dignity CLEARED. Crcihed. per Jbl 10 I n bmg no seal of office, this 12th day of March, Fluid, and every description of Lamps and Chandeliers (, RV.a.ndsterlingSilver Waro. such as s

and authority, cannot fail to produce upon I Hrig Emblem, King.Mattaponsett. La pcr Ib, 10 I 1 IsSa. (L. a") E. KNIGHT.. for burning the same, at the Manufactn-, TABLE DESERT and .

tb}.M disorderly neighbors already too much : \pri2 Brig Radius, Montgomery .New York. per sack 2 0 Judge of Probates, Hernando County, Fla. rer'JUiees. TEA SPOONS and FORKS, -
.I disposed to treat both with contempt. The General .. Schr. Watchman, Friend, Uoston. SOAP, Am- yellow, per Ib n 6 march 24. Agent for Bloke Fire Proof Paint. I SILVER PLATLSaa4 WAITER. .I .....

Assembly hating made no ].ciMl provision I .. .Sehr. I. Ireland, Frumbs..New. York. SHOT, .ill sizes, per Ib 9 a 10egars. ----- April 7-y :. TEA SETT.-, CASTORS, CUPS and .. b-'i
for the protection of the frontier immediately I '* .Schr. Roanoke Anderson, New Yo.k. Spanish per m'2' CO I 400 Notice. SAUCERS. GOBLETS, ,
constitutionally or judiciously available, the TOBACCO manufact.d, per 18l a South Carolina Paper Manufacturing i.I TmlBLlmS, PAP BOATS. t5;
militia must be relied en for that purpose iu any TEA, Uyson, per Ib 621 a 73 TIE firm of Taylor, Richardson & Co, of SOUl' lOud SAUCE LADLES.PIK. :: '
emergency that may rii-e under these tircumstan- Grj-Aiiotltfr Seettfeolder-IjtroR- mack, per lb 6i a 75WINEMadeira Florida, having been dissolved Company. ICE CltF.A I.CAKE and 'I 1
ce>. 'UT TO UYiIEP'ICS.-l. J. S. HOUfH.TO."S per gal .a 0 by the death of Bernard Taylor [one of the FKUIT KNIVES, SOLID I 't.t'
The mm..ntleriu-Chiefhopes that the Major PIPSIX. tri Diset-tivt Fluid, orGltrir Champagne, per doz 18 partners] the business of the partnership will THE Subscriber, Agent of the above Compa- SILVER DESERT PICKLE and
GeneraL in their rc'pective Divisions will l>e prepared from KEXNET, or the 1 0 t be cosd. and its affairs wound up by the sub begs leave to inform BUTTER.KNIVES, .. j4,] .
\igilant in observing a faithful compliance with. FOVRTH STOMACH OF THE Oi, after directions of attorney in fact of the surviving pnrtncr. Printers and Publishers | NAPKIN KlXGS, SALTCELLAItSan4 If:

and execution of, tbe Militia Jaws of this Mate; loronIEBEG., the great, physiological Chem JONATHAN } that the extensive Mill of the South Carolina Pa- !\j FRUIT KNIVES. (
and of the AcU of Congi CM, which make it their ist by TON M. D., Philadel No 127J, N. 3d St., l'ia Manufacturing Company is now in full operation I| Silver plated fcpoons, Forks an-l Ladles. Cake : .;
duty to cause |iruKT utiirna to I* made annually -I This is tsiilv a wonderful remedy for AV- \ \\CHT Ay larch 12,1553. 31CoPartnerslip raanr factoring I!I j Basket. Castors Waiter. Snuffers and Trays. 1.. <
the Militia DIGESTIOX. DYSPEPSIA, JAUXDICE. PAPER i ivorybalaitce llaudle Knives and silver plated ,
to this office tJt of their rcs|>ceti 'e BOOK ASD NEWS j i .j1',
Divisions, in time to be furwaided to the Al-I. LIVER COMPLAINT CU.VS7PATJr' Notice. of all sizes and of the best quality.ALSO I j. on Steel Table and Desert Knives fine twenty- b, '
jataut General (>f the t'nited Mates. And it'' and DJBILITr, curing I'TtRE'1 : GROCERIESF.WWER&C0 I THE interelt. of Bernard Taylor deceased, in I[ one day Marble Mantis Cluck, and common ii I.
should be borne in mind that the annual distribution -I "E'HobYNATtTE's OWN tGETthe GASTRIC late firm of Taylor, Richardson & Co., ltl.'NILL.'U.PPI G PAPER. ,' Braa Clocks! of every d oICrip'io:3. .i "
of Arm*. &c., to the Mate*, i is made according JUICE. Plmph1t containing Scientific evidence OF Jacksonville, Florida, having been purchased suitable for Grocers Hardware Dealers &e. '1 Gold & Silver Lever and Lepine Watches .: "

to the Etrenglh i>f the Militia duly reported of its \aue. furished by Agents gratis by Jacob H. Taylor, a new Co-partnership has No pains or expense has been spared to renderit I' Fine enamelled Hunting Watches, : .7.
through that channel to the President as requiredby tE ee the advertisemnent.sp2-ly been formed between the surviving partners equal to the best Northern Mills ; all the latest ,, Gold & filve Wateh-Chains, Seals& Keys, :
law : it is therefore of the highest importance ._,- Edward T. Richardson, Watson Malone. and and rrost approved machinery having been introduced Gold & Silver Thimbles, i-
to the interests ol this tate that rfLL lF.TnxI I Ellwood buckman and Jacob H. Taylor under into the same. Gold & Silver Spectacles, "'s # 5-.I.

be made in due time and proper form that the Dissolution Notice. the name and style Taylor,Richardson& Co., All orders promptly attended to by Ilodger'ii Fine Pocket Cutlery, }. ;r.
benefit derivable from tie! general *y,tem of arming Till 1: Copartnership heretofore existing b by whom the huincl of the former firm will be JOSEPH WALKER. Razors and Razor Strops tI '
the Militia be I.tit lu-t to U!. the undersigned under the style of continued as heretofore. ft Agent, 82 East Bay, CHARLESTON, Card Cases Port Monaies. Jte. ;
The Coiuunander-ni-i hief roiiMjersit a duty .. JIAKRI.-iON & CO., is this day dissolved EDWARD T. RICHARDSON, South Carolina I Particular attention will be given to&lrl 1t
:
to urge the uect'"ityIf a strict observance of his I. by mutual consent. The business of the firm will WATSON MALONE, Wholesale Paper Comm'u Warehouse. Watches.. Clocks and Jewelry. C
Order by the (:'oiutiian Jer* of Divisions,but more | be adjusted by J. P. SANDERSON, upon whom ELLWOOD BL'CKMAN, From hU long experience and extensive facilities :. ;
especially by tbe Commander of the econd Li-) \ all indebted are requested to call and make immediate JACOB II. TAYLOR. Constantly on band ,be confidently believes he will satisfy all who 1 I.
for the better it U that the March mitT favor him with their patronage. : i'I -
vision, mrcurity and protection of payment A necessary 12. l53. 31 f '
the inhabitants tit the excised frontier Counties books of the late firm should be closed without A LARGE STOCK OF WRITING PAPERSOF Ills prices arc as low and terms as favorable, :
; delay. E. L. HArUMSON, COOPMAX'S Baking KatablliENRY hment. EVERY ESCRIPTION, I as at any other etnbli.hment in the tate. Ie :;,
and to avoid delay iu
any nniuceary organizing r
all Assorted Colored Pa- S. WILMOT No 1 c
of .Market-Square
J. P. SANDERSON Wrapping Pagers ,
tile Kcgimeuts: he would particularly! jiouit their COOPMAN continues I t. '..Wi
supply
11
Ga.
attention to the provisiuy-i of the 34ih section of I J ackson-ie. April 2, 1S53. up 7-4t.- th people of Jacksonville with kinds, per I March 21-tf gavannah. '.. ,r.-.
Inks.
the Militfa Act. approved IVccmber 27th 1S45, Cards plain, enamelled, Printing '
The Subscriber will continue the business of GOOD BREAD, and colored 1 t."i
which directs in m-\ e vf a"refusal or neglect to Parchment Paper Letter-Copying
hvid elections for officers as required by law thatit Merchandizing at the old stand of E. L. Harrison FOR CASH, AND CASH OA' r. AGENT FOR JOHN T. WRITE, I "it:
sbow"
sbalfbe the duty of the Brigadier Generals to & Co., where he ,,i be pleased to dispose of His store .situated on Bay-street. 2 doors Type and Stereotype Foundry; BOOKS.-'This Paper i* very tough; f".
appoint the FidJ OJRint and the Colonels to goods at mnch lower than ever before o fir red. from the old i of Win. ( ee' and distinct copy, and offers k :
ap- Alsop
poiot the Comftnv Officnt, which appointments I A continuation of the patronage heretofore so F. Waver & Co's corer) where can be had ataU a present times R. HOE if CO., J the advantage tf texture and surface which may 'tI .. 'f
shall be certified to the Governor to be Corn mis- liberally extended to the late house of E. L. BREAD CAKES and Printing Press and Circular Saw Man'y. I be written upon wttL ot spreadinf. The Reeks i' .I'
sioned. Harrison & Co. is respectfully solicited.F. LLNQQI\ PASTRYOfUmreryde.scription. MAYNARD $ NOTES' i I are well bound anti ,' *?. and are sold at ln. C :'f.

The Commander-m-Chicf also would call the I C. BARRETT, Agent. Persons from tbe country will find it convenient I Celebrated Writing Inb*. I/I manufacturer's price r. ingle ones er in Aunt .. II. '' ."

attention of the militia officers of all grades to the to supply themselves with these articles, fresh, at I t I tics. ,
above at Manufacturers prices.
9th rule of the 3lrt section of the same act which Dissolution Notice. Jacksonville and Alligator Plank his counter. Private families regularly supplied Crj-All the t PA TENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING r

is in tac5 words: i rjTilIE Copartnership heretofore existing in the in town a herefofore. April 7. I PRESS. : ''f.'t

"If a sudden invasion fir insurrection i-ball I JL fct. Johns steam Saw Mill between the cubwribcM Road Parties wishing pastry furnished can at !, With Ibis copies are take with more : l'

..* take place or be made or threatened on lillY I under the style of DANIEL MOONEY PROPOSALS will be received bnt1be first times be accommodated with promptness and a Johnston, Crews & Brawley, I ease, and much press quicker than with the Screw .l.

portion of the Mute, the ciuuioanding officer & CO is dissolved Ly mutual consent. J. P.randerpon constructing in reasonable terms. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I I Press and others ordinarily in use. It 'does not '
". ur the militia or any piuttnn tlttnof ai/Ja- I and J Jacqulin Daniel having pur- whole or in sections of one mile and upwards, or I take this opportunity ofcxpressing my thanks IMPORTERS AND | require fastening down and is not liable to get .
nut tkn'tti. hal! be, and he is hereby authorized chased the interests of Ireorge Mooney and E. L. separately for opening and grading the Road, for the liberal 1 evidences of encouragement which DRY ODSiO.IS1EASTUAY.CIIL1tLEST0SS.C. I I out of order. : .t.

%nd enjoined to order out the militia under Harrison therein. and for sawing and laying the plank.A 1 have already receive. and. while nectfnllv - ----- '..
hu command to I'\'pel..r suppress the same, and J. JACQULIN DANIEL, profile of the route and specifications of the I asking a cntI the same, feel warranted METALLIC DAMPENED :
.4 troops thus onleii-d ,'.to ceniee ehall be subject GEOKiE MOONEY, work may be obtained after the 1st of May from in claiming for the bread which I offer qualities I Snferseding the use of the Brush Wet Cloth. '

to, and governed by, the rules and articles E. L. HARRISON & CO. the President, at Jalk unsurpassed in all tbe essentials which go to make J. H. BRA\\'LET, and Blotting Paj-er, (saving all the time and trouble ,. p. .
'* eor war tlf the Goeir.uieut; of the United states, JacknTie,11a", April 13, 1333. Bv. order of the Board : the staff of life palatable, pure, and wholesome.I A. 8. JOHNSON, I incident to their use:) with it a perfect copy : ., 1
M and plod! be entitled tu all the pay end emol- saw mill will hereafter J. P. SANDERPON, will continue to use the best flour, which,with A. J. CREWS; JAMES BRAWIET, maT always be secured with any press. >

.. uuicuUof the Burnt while so iu sen ice, nnd be conducted by the sole owners, President. personal experience in the art Baking,justifies [. J. PERRT. I The undersigned are the site and exclusive '4 t. :.
.. .aid tiHircr AiaX[ r"rwith 'ort tbe his I undcniged. ta ACfTIN CAN SADAT, A. for Georgia and Florida for the above article .
n.j Kime to under thc style of CO. March 23th.1833. ap7"lwNotice. me promising my customers Good Bread, &c Agents : .
..4'omnHlluting. officer, amid to the Executive by I J. P. SANDERSON, march 2J-tf HENRY COO IA Jan 6-ly *. and have nitde arrangement by which :. ;
of them at the .
'..'Ioed. I J. J. DANIEL.Apt i they are enabled to dispose & 'I .j
It u hoped that -triet oVcrvance of this rule 1 -ii 13, I3.1. apr 14-4t CLINCH HOUSE. ] flTTT.T.Tn! BISCUIT BAKERY.. fkcturcr'd prices., L ''

will bcregiirJedti)' tLc officers,thc militia of every I THE STOCKHOLDERS of the Jacksonville Market 1 I American and Enpli\ _.Coi wn!, Writing, '. .-'.4L -
.
MeetinZ'tf. ,
undo.Hy Mysterious Rappings Accounted for! Alligator hank Road Company are THE No. 131 oppoHe !j I I Carmine and Red I"f. : ; (
order of the Goi; 'crcor and Coalman Jcr-iu- UBSCRBER 1 t
01 CIIAUJLESTOS, S. C.
hereby notified that the Board of '
Chief Drector all' baing'recenty of the best quality, constantly on hand. Also 5 s:< t
o. s. nunnouoiip, JUST ItECEl.ED, a large assortment of said Company hAn made an 2 Houe, would P The subscriber has constantly on hand -I Marking Ink, by the gallon or barreL ,.- .

Aid le Cairji',and acting Adjuiuut General : Cravats, &c. per cent. on each share, payable on or before licit the patronage of the public. here NAVY BREAD I They hove also made large additions to their a .
Yor sale low 5y 1st day of June next. are at this time some five to six rooms unoccupied PILOT AND stock of Writing Papers of every descriptionLiberal .. 1.pl .
.
-__ ofriuiiJa.STATK ; IIANK1NS a HARDEE. Tbe 8tockhoder are requested to make prompt I"eralof the same with fire places. The Honse WINE. SODA, BUTTER. LEMMOX WATER I discount made when fold la quantities S

OF FLORIDA.; B. Store formerly occupied by Messrs. payment to is one hundred and fifty yards of the Post SUGAR, SEED, AND DYSPEPTIC of five reams and upwards.
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A. M. REED. Jacksonville, Compiw
r. S -
F : & Boulter. Tre.sr.o. Office and wharves. The undersigned is Agentfor GIN- Mathematical Instrument, myor -
CRACKERS .
Moo J. CHAFEE, Charleston. Gen. Scott's four horse Coach and two horse ''. Chains Drafting Material, Jte.ae- '
1EOPOE1J ASIKMMMENTS&rATF THE. CoiSTITtTIOS April 1353. J4t H. B. FORT, Savannah.V Hack_Mail lines,both.leaving for Ocala.semi-week: GER NUTS, &c., &c. They have facilities iorexeeuting Bookbinding \
OF SAID \-._ R- -R-( S.-. -----0---Allic-ntnr. ly. r'or farther particulars apply at tbe omces or and bulk, all warrantedof in all the various styles and of making ap Blank
Barrels !
In Keg -
A4ptrdbjr the slitkGcs.eral AsiembljXa i New Spring Goods. By order of the Board: the Jacksonville Republican and News.JAMES ar.d at lowest prict's.JSr Books ruled to any pattern in which they not ,!
'
[ 1.] J. SANDERSON, B._ SKEW.P.lak the best quality, I the best of stock. Abo of Card,Circular Label ",
I: HE undersigned has jnst received by steamer, I for Families.jan631T1 3
8 1852. tf. assorted Crackers Printing.
AX ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and T direct from New York. President. January Boxes a.d Fancy at Ne.-Yorkprieef', :

Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article AIri7-3w R. S. MILLAR. Foreign Uooksinl1"'rteol JoHN )1. COOPER k CO.t'annllh. 1UMW
and the Thirteenth aol Sixteenth: Clauses of A Large Stock of Spring and Summer Bounty Lad and Agency, Feb. 10th. : :

tbe Fifth Article of the Coiiititutiou of this I Goods, Notice. Genera : j E' -
.
1 I ifute.f I which he now offers to the public a very low fTTIIlE undersigned, having been this day appointed T. WALKER; will give prompt McCARTER & CO., WEBSTER AND PALMES r'I',
c. 1. lie ittnnrttdbit tht Senate and Unusf for ,h. The Assortment is in JOSEPH I:?
ca
I complete the Hon. attention to the BOUNTY S :
1 prices S and qualified by Judgeof SUCCESSORS t'CA RTER :ALLEN,) .* .I.
Reprtrtateilhtt of the State' rf Florida in Grnind I every vanity of style and fashion. Probate, for the County of Hernando and LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engagedin ( WHOLESALE DEALERS INGROCERIES i ...

AaetitUy eantuntd 1 hat the fourteenth Auioug the many articles may be found- State Florida, Administrator of the Estate of the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the INDIA WHOLESALE J..
Clause of the tbind Article of the Constitution of : Domestic and English Prints; Do Ginghams; .Daniel Simmons deceased, late of said County- WARS in which the U. States have been engaged. .-

this State besOAltered awl amended as to read ;, Printed Muslins and Lawns, from 1 c.. to30ots. hereby notifies all persons indebted to said Estate or the War with Great Britain of ISJtocaim. B EIIOKSEIIIII rl n IllflS the old
M folio.,,.d.: MThvre ehall be a Secretary of ] iryard; to ome forward and make immediate payment, .on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES, )Suicessors to 1. Welles t Co.-at

Mat* elected by the qualified voters of this Slate I Fig'dand Plain Berages; Silk Timues ; and. all those having claims ag.'" .> the Fame topresent SUPPLtFS, PEXSIOX LOST PROPEITt&c., and to Corner Sleeting and Pinckney-sts Stand,) .
OB the first Monday iu October in the year 1&6, ;I Tarlteus, Swiss, Mull, Jaconeu plain and them by the statute,or they will he bard. any description of bUJ requiring an Agent or STREET :(
'W shall continue In office For Charleston S. C. NO. 195 BAY pC. .
during tbe term of |I clie--ked; ELIJAH SIMMONS. Attorney at Washington. procuring Lund ; .
'
lost Ttars;and ibe shall 4tcep a 0.1 ir register of the I French Cambrics plait and plain; Hernando County, Fla.,March 19,1853. 31-St Warrants, his charge will be $5 In other cases Jan. 27-3m. SATANNAH, GA.
fefficii;acts and j 'oeeodings of the Goteruor, and ;II Changeable : from 87J c. to f 1; the charge will be proportioned to the nature and :6A complete assortment of LA"hDICAL GEO.F.PN.BaKNAPP U !'
.sball whenfequired the same,and all papers, Wide Black! Silks; Florence and Marcelioe Administration Notice. difficulty of the case. SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS OS. W.WEUSTER. !

nuutMand vouchers relative thereto, before the Sik'i is hereby given that six weeks from He will also act in connection with Agents or : .
General Aa.eiiUy, and shall {.erform such other I A very lot of Embroidered Swiss Shaw; NOTICE shall apply to the Judge of Probateof Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in BOOKS, together with BLANK BOOKS,
duties as may be required of him by law : Pro- A few rich embroidered plain Canton Crap Duval county for letter of Administration on Bounty Land and other claims on terms which PAPER and STATIONERY, of every I -

riVM. That Alt*term office of the Secretary of Shawls; the Estates of Philip Smith, Aaron Tison, and may be agreed upon. Letters [which Ihon be description, kept constantly on hand, and offered MU.tFACTV'RER
Mate U elected ander this amended Conltitut.lhall White Lace Mantillas, &c; will receive immediate jan6-6m .
John Stratton, dereased. paid] at the lowest prices. SADDLES, HARNESS $" tft. Ifc.
: not commence until the term of office A choice lot of cmbreidercd Goods, Pointed March 31st, 1853. 6w W. S. HARRIS. pst 5. Iawtf. ttf
kinds
cl the officer tow circled shaD expire. I I Collars; And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all

6>t.. 2. Be itJurthtreruKtrtl, That the 1 Do. L. C. Ifdkfs Chimesettes Undcrsleeves HOTEL
tircnty- weeks after date I to George S. J H. G. McCUTCHEN CHARLESTON S..UDLEIlYTt.RE.
.i ,
third Clause of the third Article SIX
of the Constitution Cuffs, &c.; Hon.J Probate of Columbia -
of this state be 110 Altered and amended astoreadatifullowayjiz The latest fashion of Ladies1 Hats,at very low tbe ATTORNEY AT LAW BT rrin Patent
County, for letters of administration on WASHINGTON CITY, v. C., Carnage Trimmmsss taCt e!

Comptroller of!'utlieecoWlu Jl tiLe hall Treasurer be elected and i< Miscs pneet'i and; Ladies' Flats; estate of George W. Roberts, late of said coun- P ractices in the Court of the District. and D. MIXDU. Leather, Springs Axles Bands \ar- -

ly the qualified electors of this Mate on the first i'ich Bonnet Ribbon ana Linings; ty. dccead. MARX! A. ROBERTS. prosecutes Claim for Pay, Pensions Meeting street,between Itayne and Pinckney nigh, &1. &c, &c.

Monday two years in thereafter.October in the ytar Js56',mid every lies and and Misses lppf Ties, Gaitors, Alligator, March 26, 1833. 31t- Bounty 1st. Bv Land a late !act Horses of Congress, &c. all widows of CHARLESTON.__n__ S. C. THE SIGN OF THC GOLD SADDLE,

EC 3. Be it til Bot revolutionary are entitled to Pensions. __ I of Gibbons' Building,
further mart That the thirteenth -! FOE OESTLEJTEX. Notice. Sldier soldiers of the i West end
officers and
2d. The
CUuy:vUbe fifth Article oftbe Constitution A very fine assortment of Readr-made Clothing Late War, War with Mexico and the H JlESSEt ) MARKKT SQCARE, SATAMHAH., .
of this Mate be co altered and amended are forewarned from trading for FJordaWar.
to \. Pants, Cats. Vests, of every style, quality, ALL )persons are entitled to Pensions, if their hnbands -- "
read vii No. issued John ,
I as follows I The Clerk of tbe Supreme fashion of bummer Hat Warrant 16,325, to Commission Merchant. ..
Court and the Clerks and ; .btautfuilltyle 160 of which were killed in service, or died disease contracted on hand, fend
of the Courts of Chancery, of French for acres land was A large assortment always
shall be elected the for :gentlemen aLo a superior qnal'ty 'iiamson. said Williamson in blank while in service. WHOLESALE DEALER an27-3m :
by qualified electors of this Boots and Shirts, by for sale! at the lowest prices. } -I;
; proprlv who have received five \
State on the Cret Monday' in ()clober in the year Collars, Cravats,Itc. ., Drawe"Vralpr., & the proper owner of said warrant, and 3. AH widows renewal of their year'pnlion Pen- In Groceries and Liquors. '
elt entitled to a
1856 amid four weeks make are
of
every years thereafter and the baud. Tailoring to shall at the expiration lix application I
Clerks of the OreuitCoarUi shall be elected by I. ings always on ALo, to tbe proper department for a duplicateof NO. 139 EAST BAY, 1lPgR
notice.
the qualified eWtors, in mc-h manner as is now .I order 1'Ianten on short wishing to make large can do as the same, as said warrant was 'lost throughthe These can be obtained by addressing as above, CHARLESTON, 5. C. PAGTOllB *!&!) CCIA/AIK. ..1 p__ ,
bil -
or may hereafter be prcseribed by law. I.\l well at this store any other in Southern mail, while on iUway tojew ork. post paid. t'eb.2m CHANTS,
SEC. 4. Jit-it further ttuirtrd. That the six I & D. SMITh.Micanopy jan 6-ly t

teenth Chun ((the fifth Article of the CcI titn- I SI ates. lot of Negro'sVcar constantly on Fo.. March 4th. 1353. JO Mr.Clayton' Speeb. JENNINGS & CO. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.f. .
large t
tion of this State be, and the fume It hereby so : band. INDIA RUBBER GOODS. CONDICT, buN Yostk.
Notice. It. BEHS.
altered and amended as to read as follow, viI: The are solicited to and examine Wholei-ale and Retail Dealers in i
public
There shall be an Attorney General for tbe :tatc i will cal it to their interest weeks after date I to the Hon. Subscriber would respectfully call the I jan27-6m -
Goodand } they apply
who sball reside at the seat of Government it 'ricl" fnd SIX shal THE of his old customers and merchants BBDLSSADDLE ___ t
; this store article be- of Probate of SADDLES '
to purchase CTcry Duvl 1
ball be hill dnty to atteud all sessions of the I county throughout the United States and Canada to his y of J .
letters of
&
sold for cash.I for on McMAHON
cheap :
lag amini.tr.tion e.tat oh manufactured by himself BAGS .
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General Assembly' and upon the passage of any I L. B. AMERMAN Ford, stock of Rubber Goods, If CARPET I
act, to draft and submit to the General Assembly, t deccad. PATRICK II. PRICE. expressly for the spring trade of 1853. His HARNESS, W$1DLEALP. D1LER1I ))s.glli1u .
at the same cession, all necessary forms of pro- j No. 2 Byrne's Block, core-r Newnan and Jacksonville, 17, 1S53. stock of KimBER CLOTHING, is particularly
fte.linglllnder such laws which when approved, Bay street. February deserving of inspection ; as it has never before WHIPS, TBUNKS TAUSES, &C., &C., &C. AWD fRDYISlllt

snail! be published therewith and he shall I JACKSONVILLE, April H, 1S33. u_., rnmnlete., nor the articles more perfect.- _...-..-,m.4", own r*i:"!* ...
per- I .It'HV& 1---a -- NO. 165 MII'UOpposite ;U\.J.J&. WM** --- -- ------9 f

law jorm sucn be shall OUter be elected ties as may tlia be prescribed by New Goods. ALL persona having demands against the EXTENSIVE STOCK OF Charleston Hotel. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, -
by Spring
; qualified electors I Car
ef of John \V. Powers, late of Columbia Coats, Pants Overalls Leggings .. :
BAY STREET
this
tate'Da the Bret of CApl. NO. 190
Monday October, in county, deceased, hereby notified to present ,. Wading Pants Piano Cover CHARLESTON, s. c. *
the r jan 6-ly
year Itt6. and every four years thereafter, i Engine Johnston .), .*
Machine ,
wit them duly proven,within the time prescribed *. Gloves, Caps Belting (Opposite Messrs. Scr-inton, |
may be rtntved by the Governor, on the ad- ,I HANKINS& HARDEE by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of pay- Packing, Life Preservers, Air Balls, : t
Ckai.
vtM two-thirds of the two House i.f the General ment ; and all indebted to said estatearc Whips, and description of Rubber Goods RARD'V ARE. Formerly occupied hy Hartridgt EMz (
in store received recent persona every
now ar
Assembly;and rfaall receive l for his servicesaeompeniuition I HAVE *- per requested to make immediate paymeut.A. constantly on hand. The above are warrantedto SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. T
to be fixed by law: Provided. J. T. WRIGHT climate and will be sold at most reasonable ijan21.1)
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That rich French Printed Muslins 8her1.Ex. stand any & Co.
TENNENT
the term of office of the Attorney General 'I Very Dg. Orders solicited and promptly attended COURTNEY, JOHN M'MAHOX. JAMES tootue.
Lames prices.
Muslins in
solid colors
to be ..Iected'aDder De ; :
this
amended Constitution and : Alligator, January 7tb, 1853.: 13GinNOTICE. to by DIRECT IMPOBTBKS OF I
shill French English
not commence until the term of office of the Caic Lane -
D. IJODMAN( > GUNS PISTOL
Beer now eleeted .haI1upire. j Shirtings and heetnp every quality and from 2M.iden HARDWARE, CUTLERY, I'l

Stc. 6. Bt it further enacted That said elec-I width; First corner NIU Broaway., New York. Ite., l ANDERSOWS A' CO,, .. > .
ties Lancaster Quilts. 5 ?.
10-4
shall beeoiidocted and the return thereof 11 No. 35 Hayne Street, \
I DAYS from I make probate of :
ailde> ln the manner now prescribed, or which 1 I Also l..re usrtment of f Keay.me Coth SIXTY e dat GeorgeV.. Stewart, jan 21Watches JnSl.t"nra&l'3 na c. FACTORS'AND GENERAL ,

al.1. hereafter ke prescribed by law, for the elee- ing, &c. & wi lll deceased, before the Jndge of Probate, for Columbia COMMISSION ,MERCHANT, ': : :i:
w of lowest prices.N. Silver Ware. G.B.TErlNENTjan
member Gold and COURTNE ,
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to Congress from this State; county ; and hereby notify the next of WM.C.
'M it shall b*the duty pf the Governor to issue B. Store forer11'ocpied 11' Messrs. kin to tbe deceased, that they may come forward iJlI. MILLER Ot CO., IL EVA .8. t -'.-.BJlTAKKAn. .. I "i
***mifiions, Vader the seal of the State to therotti Moody tt Duter. WHOLESALEOT jan 6-ly __ -- -- --- ------ ,:-
7th. 1853. 3mJacbovU' and contest the snf if_they_see f_. __ ** -. ..W.ATOB SOX. J.W. iii5kIO I..a. _" :
m. n's u 1 l-eMircT I*V
I .receiving tbe highest. number of rotes forlaia UllAUL.i.3January u. ',n w 41\.. n 'u ..an a... Tf"1RP.
several offices.iXTH 19, 1853. jan27-td No.227 Balloons st., S. E. cor. of Charles it.I DAAMBifl, jan27.1y- :-. T-i--J4l.; r
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UanflwAsrias.T.Fsued the House Academy. Watchesand
Swiss -
and
.le English
M'RTERM
7'ttpresentathres br the CoastitationsJ majority, o Jacksonville Male TAX NOTICE.I tools of every description, Watch ease HAKOrACTDRER DEALER IN s.r.V_ DEPOTAND a
MuftjJ .8,, 185S.Paved the ,SenftU by the .1. Academy take p..r In &lci.g't Makers and Manufacturers of fine Gold Je.el. tJaAaaat '. tm <.-t ,
DIt1ta&iena Bujoritji/anuwy 6,1855. the patrons of this that i will. expose for sale in front of the Court house We call the attention of Southern and L.FlJRNlSHNGWaef. I'
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Mr.I.M. Adams.A. M., have been secured-as door In Nassau county, on the lit Mondayin dealers in Watches.Jewelry and Silver Ware,t 161 MEETING.STREET: I _RorJsL < .. 1

9uri'i icazvii OF STATS ") Principal. The term commenced on Monday, July Dee one tract of land owned by Pet r extensive stock, assuring them that CHARLESTON, '. c. 14 mttt ."..:: oJ 0
our very 10 12 SARRAID ,
S -1'Ilol. 7 TmUaktutt March 18 $. { April 4th. 1853, at 'Cot. Hart's Rom, 'recently Pon. of said Peter Pons, now residing article in our line shall we allow any establishment janC-ly AND ,- A
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I ,C&ILU w. oWJUQ, Secretary G f Statehereby.eertifythe occupied by Mr. Brewn. .The pupils ar desired il Cuba.Said tract of land contains nine hundred no to surpass us, either in quantity, quality or Hat & Warsbomaeio "IE Snbecribw 1IkI8tm$ ,. b '
wtb.t&t. Wholesale Cap, call his Establishment where ever(effort 4 .
at the of and at
fort O1FOr1dsdo t present bpnlg tern,1 acres more or less j amid land being lyingon lowprieesTWe are the only Wholesale HOI "
olnr M a.t e and_corred C01'1Qt the classen maybe ,- a swamp cle Milk'swamp,on the south side or inthisbranch ,of trade in.u.mmo. and : 161 MEETING ST. opposite Charlet- will be-made to give itAisXactioB.TUJarprt.: .- I
'ri C1aa1J. ;' t Arrangements 'a being made for.the speedy of said adjoining tbe lands cf James means to indaae And We*- -i ton Hotel, Charleston. The undersigned and most varied aswrtment of Cooking and Par-, \ i
estinoTiTWhereof, I harm hereunto completion of a permanent Building fu the Academy Hirginbotbam.- Said land t be cold to satisfythe use every fir *to open accounts with n*.' Our has in Store and U constantly receiving from his lot Steve' from the beat Maaa&etare' An

& V.jLp ture and the Ores* ,but nntil this is done the present will be occupied. tax and *of A. I) 1852. tem shall be u liberal and accommodating,as several manufacturers all of the different-kindsof Kinds of Hollow Ware Hardwan,CrtOerr, .. .
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Sal u jfBRADDOCK terms CAP suitable for the southern WoudeD-W", Brn.bes,GUImP-SInrIS sad. t
Persons desirous o supporting a A. Tax Collector possibly be found in the United States.W HATS and
In the eom1. Btnt School of a high oU .p. ,for Nassau county. can. ..will take great pleasure in showing ourpds and southwestern markets to which be invites the barrel, Pistols Uriltania and Glass Fluid Loepa, j
; Jl ; A. D.1853 MOMJ.1 orerat. fort 00, Ja.t Southern and Weste-n merchanU, attention of merchants desiring food* in his line. &e., *3. Also, constantly aaafrotoriBf all
dTotMah I' f tt t kPAft8ON ? to and J TJ.-Wan. '
Planished
.- acconati WIb a.or Dot. Having many yean experience la tbe basinets he kinds of Plain, apuecl .
1 It4.: 1 a U.14a4ed &e ._ E. A..IteCOTTES, WIDOW DLNDSLe vanity re- "laItbtr they open L. H. MILLER CO.. flatten himself that in prim and onalitr, his Campbene and Burning Fluid eonstanUr o& '

-a W..DOWNING, A. P. BALDWIN. 7 UANIL&M. feh3-6a Importsnof Watch**Baltimora. i goods cannot Muoen.4D..A.AMBLER. hu! [.- ] J.J.MAUIt1CE.IIIIIIlIIII,

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IIF' ; THE FLORIDA REPUBLICAN O. J. CHAFEE, M. W. STAMAND, THOS. H. CROFT. a,. For Sale. _. 1 .Act.of.o"'f"

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IIrt IS PUBLMHKO KVtETTHri.IDAT.ATD CHAFEE- STAMAND &'-CROFT.-: : r -"i- 1;; t.m
; : Valuable' nmLCotton
t !"k! 4lVIlus .rl County,B. F.,ky. =: ,: : ;Sugar

f ct..; 4 d- -. 'CJLU\IUUS DREW, :No. 79..East. Bay qpposite j ',"'VharfCHARLESFON Land-inFior1da. St, Yoeed!

t. lUEtttdersigned -offers the followingVsl- '
e. "'t .ijIIl.; si; Ctt't.: : J. uable Property for sale vis I1H. '
; ;Three Dollars payablevpon !
j,...;. per annum, : .SUGAR PL.ANTATl7)tt. known &St.

= ... ,orderinf'the Taper. Importers and Wholesale,Dealer- in Foreign i LXMON STKUF in half pfp quarter Joseph- Ita--i-'S i .' county, the

I'r I.. dblCrtpt] !e"' ,If ttnt paid before the expiration and Domestic Liquors Wines. Cordials.Segar b amis, kegs, and in boxes dozen e.. head of Graham Swamp ,-Hou, HToia'
of the ,ere charged $1.Aslvirtlsenient4 JsmsieaLlme Juice, do do do do. containing 1300 acres, of which about 8 a of
year Tobacco &c. and
., *, Manufacturers' Sardines, in whole, and quarter boxes. rich loam, bated on marl; 600 a
we cea
I will be inserted at the following of Lemon Syrup of superior quality. Lobsters, Mackerel ha and Clams, ia 1 thoroughly ditched and at present :

: rata: On* Dollar per square<< (twelve lines)for Keep tonttantlti OA hand a,. ,ertennvt ntppty of canisters. vation ; about 55 acres ;of well renrepplied and

the bit,and &y ntl-Five Cents for every subsequent hi foB&cinf artviet. which they art prepared E'India. Preserved Ginger, in boxes of 9 plant cam._ Centrally located on the plantation
it
10' Insertion.- To yearly Advertisers a liberal to tell ta City and Country Met chant i on thtir j. eah. is a superior Steam Engne.with Sugar mill and
> wad liberal trrmt: FrDeh Cherries Brandy, in bni of 1 dos v complete SUIt of manufacturinglOto r
-1 di. oont will be made. All transient! Advertisement each.. per day, and- saw mill at.tchedrnnning .
T
aeooant COGNAC BKAXDT.-J. J. Dopuv, J. J- Rousse, In in boxes 1 each two single saw*. Also, finely
I *(except by persons n vtng a running Fruits Brandy, of dozen ,,
Pinet Castillon & Co., J. Hennesy. P. H. Gee land and view of the wh01epl&lltatiooh.
,. :; t. with the office) must be paid for previous to publication. dard t Co.. Leger Freres, Otard Dupuy k Co., ur.in their own juice, do do. on pine a Cmm&DdDg" story and attic

J. & F. Martel, and other choice brands in Pie do do. illg house, containing ten rooms, and

f''r t Persons at a distance can govern their remitt4bcel half pipes, quarter and eighth casks,and in boxes. Sturt'Frlt. LyfZ" Steam Refined Sugars. necessary out buiiBgl The work. and .buildings -
: of 1 dos each. all order for immediate
tare
forftdvertisingby the following rates: AMERICAN BRANDT' -4th proof in imitation of I Do Loaf, in boxes and half boxes of 16 loaves occupation. Also a fine stock of several hundred

:i t I On square (twelve lines) published six month French in hall pipes. quarter and. eighth casks.Do each. head mixed Durhams, and common breeds of and THE TRUE"
,; for 91000 do lat proof in barrels.HOLU.ID Do Crsbed. ia barrels.Do cattle, and a stock of about 80 full breed West

It .: Two for six months, 15 00 GIN-Brands.Pine Apple, Anchor Cologne Ground or Pulverized, in barrels. India Sheep which will be sold with the plantation ing
squares and Clover Leaf ,Do Steam Refined in boxes of desired,
I. Candy lb. or separately.
,
F1.
f S Jjegal and other Business Cards per an. 10 00 WHISKEY-Irish and Scotch. ___L. 4 i ---,
"u.A AUU
j'. i.- ;;t Notices to debtors and creditors 7 00 Do Do Monongahela O'Mara lit and Sheaf 2d quality.and Almonds best Bordeaux and Marseilles, soft T. tract known as "St Ann," containing
' Pittsbnrg. Rye
I,.. Application for IeUereofAdininistr&t.ion, Ii 00 Bourbon. and hard shell. ars. mostly of hammock andprairies RENNET, or the fourth
.. ... Castile Soap of superior quality, in boxes of having a rich soil from three to six fe t directions of Baron IWAC
Notice Western New
I of Application for dismissal u Adminis- Do Baltimore Rye and LEBIG.
about 25 Ibs. depth, based on Chemist,by J.
t. eab. in
... .S; rttor. $10 00 Jamaica Orleans rectifed.. Mew Orleans I IRml Soap, Jacklo'(No. 1. marl.ALSO, Pie Pa. 01"_

,t,',: For. .announcement of caudidatcsfor office, 5 00 Cri. Cork., Velvet Wine, in bales, and bags of 7 The two tracts respectively a'"Mala I very wonderful rmed110r

:, No announcement will be mad unless the Mm PEACH BRANDY-Old North Carolina and Vir gross each. Compra" and "Bella Vesta," adjoining each aUDdce, lil
j' .. Do, common Bottle, bags 7 other and being at the head and on the Eastside curing after Nav'l
\: ,: lie accompanied with the amount charged. ginia.APPLE BRANDY-New Jersey and North Caro JDo,Jug and Tap, 5 gos. of Matancas River, and containing in al I Nature's own agent, .
; Editorial notices for private benefit will be Do Velvet Demlobn. 4 and 5 gross 1175 acres. The Southern half of Mala Compra, Ga

:I. .'. barged double the rate advertising. lina.CBDuLNoyeau.. Perfect Love, Annisett, Vinegar, in quarter casks. which is heavy hammock and St. Ann, lie of Pepsin infused ia
: Do, Cider or Apple, in barrels.SEOARS to St. Josephs And
Five
' immediately contiguous or dissolve ofnatt
'. will:
:. :. Religious!,Obituary,and Marriage notices WINES, Madeira Peppermint.Gordon Cossart & A large assortment of Rio Hondos, might be conveniently cultivated with it, thusforming hvttrt, out of prs .
Newton ,
.... ", l e published gratis.Coiumuuicatiuu Consolacion, Filantropa Washington and other an extensive Sugar Plantation of element, or Digestive
. Co., Leacock and Jardine in % and { casks. up great
..' choice brands of direct Also wards of 2000 The balance of these
I .., roust;be post paid. 1)ort.1Jage'l. Key and other choice brands. importation. Flo- acres. Gastric JoicelJI.
. ridas, Havana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes. tracts is of Live Oak hammock based on closely made % ;
#< Sherry, pale, 1)affGordon & Co., Benitau and PI1K. ar Simi
other choice brands.Do Toucco-P. Robinson's celebrated Honey concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture us ,
. f.- LIiI CARDS.LEGAL. Dow lb. in'whole and half boxes of 100 and of the first for Island Cotton
", .).. do Brown, do do. | plugs quality Sea far Digestive Stomach of the Ox,
.. ______
be
lbs.each. and Tobacco They might easily broughtunder ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE
Do London Particular and ful
r'of" Cargo Tenerie'entoso's. Do Rough and Ready, in kegs of about 100 cu1vton. having been in years passed natural Gastric Juice FLI.iU
: each. of which the '
lbs. yield was
and a cad
J .:'.. .:: .TamesWe 10 Sicily Madeira, quarter casks. Do Word's Premium lobacco in 5's, 8's, and frequently one bale of ginned cotton to the acre. far it.furnishing By the cfpte
in
Malaga, dry and sweet, 4 and } pre
h' Bryant
o a.., IXINDON PORTER-Byass' quarts and cask.. t I -. ._ .. .. There is on the place a large_number of sweet_ and evils of Indigestion and
f. ;; ATTORNEAND COCNSF.LJ-OR-AT-LAW, Do.Scotch and East India Ale, quarts & J LI uoraao, in ooxcs 4U to 4 IDS. each orange pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach I siru : ,just a they would be by
o pint.. a variety of other brands, in 5's, 8'", and trees! and an extensive sour orange grove all i is doing wonders for
' CHAMPAGNE CIDER Boxes dozen J
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. Un: :h ::n 1UlU Q ,one D.
,' Do do Casks, three and six dozen each. j lb. plugs.Smoking. of which, with proper attention, can lie easily debility, emaciation,
* :,.t Tobacco, in boxes of 5 and 8 dozen I restored to their once promising condition. they dyspeptic
.i. 4. J P. Sanderson, WINE BITTER xC!, one dozen each, and on 4.and 8 oz. papers. i AU of the above tract are lituatet betweenone from derge of Conlmpton. sup Sci

,;" :' I. draught.Cordials do do. Wine Bottles-French and German Patent, in or two miles from the oln. healthy on which it gl'e. in th.
.I : ATTOKNKT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, a'orted, hampers, one ach. location, and ip convenient communication with f
..... Wine do do. gross and rmarkablo.
. Claret Flasks-Quarts, and half pints. the City of St. being about thirty
,::. 4Jaicz: liiC3CE: >:aa.; t1.UUC8Q do do. pint Augstine.
Demijohn's 2, and 5 gallons. miles to the and about the same JVJDE CF
*.'.*; Ja'bon1"m Jan. 17. 1850. tf Port do do. Pearl, and Adamantine. distance by water, by the Matanzas River. in his celebrated work on Aai-
' Sherry do do. CandleSprm.
says: .An Artificial
.
,''" :; .. JAMES M. BAKER, Champage. in, basketaone lleidseick, dozen Bouchc each, Calhoirn quart I TEAS-Hyson, Imperial, and Black The tract known as AL..IO.."New Hope" lying 16 to the Gastric Juice Dgetl b
0 :. jan 5-ly miles by water North of St. Augustine and between from the mucous membrane
rt
2 .. ATTORNEY AT LAW, and other brands. ro the Ox, in which &
the North river and Guana creek both uliOU.r *
.
the finest Wine
The above of
comprise some
Alligator Columbia Co. Eat Florida.
and
Eggs
,
It 675
.t.3 ... imported. navagable fo large bo.t. Otinl acres wH Iftn
.. just in
.. -- -- -- -- of hammock and pine ,and il litaate,1and Ime It
., M. WHIT SMITH ---- adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock in the hitman ttomaeh.
. hid valuable; writings oa the
"'.:.." .,'; ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woodman'sCherry MEXICAN raising. Ar..so Digestion." observes that "a

,3 .k- Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. [Expectorant, MUSTANG LINIMENT.AS 9300 acres of an unimproved land.a Salt due quantity of Gastric Juice

.t. 4,C'o __. -- at the north end ot on Sprnl" i all-prevailing cause of Dys-
; FOR THE CURE OF this paper will fall into the hands of many Johns riverimmediately west of Urayton Island. hed pro-

-.4\ .< HOPKINS & BKAIIAM, Consumption Decline, Asthma, Bronchitis, are not in the habit of reading advertisements The track embraces "Salt Spring" and "Salt i in London, who &severely

" ,*; At torn rye at I ..i..j OFFICE at PAI.ATKA, E. Fla., Wasting of th Flesh, Night Sweats, Spitting to Patent Medicines, we deem it a duty to creek. length, and is navigable from recours to the Gastric Juke,ob
4' of Blood, Whooping Cough Difficulty of !inform such persons and also'those who have not the river for boats of threJ.or four feet draught. I stomachs of living ammalswhi

, WILLpractice in tlie Eastern Circuit. Business Breathing, Colds, Coughs. Lifluenza, already learned the fact from their own experience The land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the first I leelfut .
; 't t. entrusted to tbeJc care will be promptly attended Pain in the Side and observation, that the Mexican Mustang quality entirely free from Palmetto of ary kind I famous works .n

" .../ t<>. February 1852.-tC: P"1ic all Diseases theChest Liniment is really, truly and intrinsically the and thought to be good cotton land, together with I ," says: "II is "remarW
.? of !test remedy ever before offered to the afflicted some considerable bodies of cabbage and live I that the !!tomcbs .Di..
...0 .,: OSSIAN B. HART, and Lungs fur rheumatism, neuralgia, stiffness or soreness oak hammock and prairie contiguous to the creek any 1 impart to the fluid to prop
. .. LAW This is the remedy so universally used and recommended ofjoints muscles or tendons. For' cuts, bruises, The location also embraces facilities for construct I nrou.articles of ,.and o
..'o :. ATTORNEY AT by the Medical Faculty where it ha I burns, or scalds, sore nipples, caked breasts, &c., ing one of the largest and most practicable water the I digestion ol them

., S KEY WEST FLA., been introduced.It lit is unrivalled excellence, and we haveprovedit powers, as, independent of the flow the in from the natural digestive pro
:y *[;: .' Practice in tho United States and State Courts contains no opium or other dangerous ingredient to be a certain remedy for the piles. We can, spring the waters of lake Cberchell about four
... V i of the Southern District of Florida. and is safe for the most delicate child !Itherfore. confidently recommend it, and advise miles in length by one mile in breadth, may be; with Agent, and get a descriptive

. 0 July 10-tf It is estimated tha. 150,000 persons die annually -1 every reader to try it, feeling a certainty of giving mae available by acanatofabout 16 chains in giving a large amount of scien
..,? .-.t in the United States with consumption and satisfaction by giving relief. yielding an inexhaustible supply with to the above, together wit
'" : Professor Eberly a vast number of these of at least IS feet. The itself, the cures, from parts
'oO I;V FRED. CLAY BARRETT, says NEW YORK, July 31, 1852. a Cal spring a tb
., -. could be saved by the timely use of some prompt of which ba been analyzed by Prof
Ii" Aotnry Pnbllr, We hereby certify that we have used the
remedy. We believe that a Medicine possessing, compound Cbelton of New York and shown to of valuable able DYSPEPSIA CURER.
;4.I:.pa'. j CeininlHloner for taking Acknowledge Rl Meritt, will etTcc cures wherever it is used. known as the Mustang Liniment and have medicinal properties, is of capacious b dimensions 'a Pepsin has produced the most

", ..,... incest of Deeds a well abroa. This is no Paregoric -II, no hesitation we have in ever recommending used for the it cure as the of best article being uO yards in diameter, aDd rnpsl t of in curing Dta of Debility,
sprains
' .v.' And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in preparation, but i used in season'galls, cuts, bruises, &c., on horses. eligibly and picturesquely located. Its position yon Decline, l\ppticCn
., ( will save the lives of Many certificates -. in a commercial or of view impossible to give
thousand. agricultural
, : ., All who doubt this will call the pin'
please on
States of
the eouldbe that undersigned with its in conlltrncLin canal of this advertisement; but au
> furishd. preferable advantages
1 S.-} SEW TORE AND PEN 8\'LY1NU. any Medicine on its own merits The I and they will be happy t afford all oC only a few miles across to the (mU oC Mexico have ben given of more
following is of thousands of testimonials other information in their power ®ards i remarkable in .I> .
only the
one must before draw the attention of
nrylong, C" .
.I' (; Offic with E. L. Harrison & Co. Jacksonville &c. LU fZ .
; fr> from well known Phncan efficacy, YLL DA IX. & Co.rropneiors n planters and merchants of that fertile region and Boston alone. These were
S :'? Florida. Oct.U-tr wannaitan oiage co. ALSO, ben caws, and the cures were not

.. .i ,- NEW ORLEANS, April9. 1852. Extract from a letter dated Two tracts containing 5000 acres on the west but permanent.

.. J. H H., DaUBS, Dar Sir-The public generally are fully SACRAMENTO CITY Cal., Aug. 15, 1852. and 4500 on the east side of St. Johns liver antidote, and particularly
::i of the thousands of Remedies Diseased I believe the Mustang Liniment most an excellentarticle. about 12 miles above and having a to Bilious dilrdl.
1. NOTARY PUBLIC Lungs, under the titles of i'llls,, My wife brought couple of bottles river front each of Paatk. in two and or badly treated
; ; Plasters, Liniments tie., 8arsapriu. with her which I must thank you for. That on the west of the river is mostly exent.pine of and Age effects Quinine.,

: f JACKSONVILI.E. E. FLA. to their notice through the newspapers, by way I Since she came here, my hone fell down with and swamp and embraces the site. of the Drugs upon the Digestive or
'i of advertisements. My object in writing this me, and injured me considerably, but broke no English land. store. of Panton Lesly & the I licknea Also, for excess in \

.'.... S. Law and General Agency at Wasn- note for publication,i is to induce the publc. or at .bones. I had recourse to the Liniment, and the Co., now known as"ilambly's old store," which 'f'4 fr use ardent spirits. It
, ;.- least those who are afflicted to use con- ,relief, in fact the cure, was astonishing. is its beginning corner,and runs thence south t Health with Ilt* e..
L t : ington, D. C. tains articles of r4u" Pulmonary Diteaiet. (Signed) D. RAMSOM. the widow Pangree's "old fields,"thence west. < HOUCHTON'S
', I am conscious doing, 1 am acting most Extract froin a letter datdPISTSB1J. north to a point opposite the beginning. The
j i JOHN Y. BRYANT, JOHN 8. EDWARDS, and derogatory to the interest
.V'.d unprofessionally Pa., Oct. 5, 1832. one on the east side of the river lies between
.. Jjalt of Gen. JAM at Law.
Vjiee. Attorney of and the regular Practitioners "
; Medicl Sienc Another the known as "Buffalo Bluff" and 10unt
which I places
": .: Have associated for the prosecution of Claims of refer to Woodman's Cherry a few days cirnemstnce thought noticed in Ohio, Tucker. Besides a large body of well timbered
: of description before the several Kxecutive which is a scientific that I ago} spoke highly of the i I:
-. every Expectorlnt. remedy I I virtues of the Mustang. being In the office of pine lands it con tame some excellent hammock:.
;..' Departments and Congress and the Courts in usd more success than any of the a physician of high I and several well bluffs and eligible sites WH.
standing noticed
: ; :.5. the District of Colombia. One of the firm having usual Prescriptions used by Physicians.! a he for residence wooed, recent the west
opened the door of his survey
,, born connected with the J. MAITLAND M. D. bok-a. several bottles I day,
S Departments of the Mustang, along side was an tract has been reduced to 2940 acres,and the one
General Government Washington for upwards empty on the side of the river to is believed I.
4 Mustang bottle,and two eat
-. a of fourteen yc rs, has acquired the information Sold by W. W.Lincoln, John a Mayer, A. A. al filled with a ounce presceiption vi however that the deficit will 3 1 up
and experience and familiarity with official. Solomons & Co..J. B. Moore & Co.,1.M. Turner -the Mustang Liniment, on which .; Proposals for purchase will be received by A.
following directions .Hub the
forms and and the routine ofbUilinelll. & Co., Jas. H. Carter, 1. E. Apothe- throat well
precedents general Dford. night and with the W. Walker, Esq. of New Orleans. John Peck:
which with the legal aid and counsel caries' Hall, in Savannah, morning Liniment and wrap ,
, Druggists A. Lavender
..... al a woolen cloth around it." J. P. FLEMING. Esq. of New York. Benjamin Eoq it
of the other enable I
partner, them to transact everywhere. Baltimore, George Washington Esq. of St
B.H.
Meekiogs,189 Walnut-street
Cincinnati
... -
. ,
; business with Government with : BRAGG General Agent.
an
efficiency
Florida the
a, OLIVER 304 New was confined to his bed and under treatment ofa 1 Augustine East ,or to myself later .
and d"'Jlat.acb seldom oflero.l. ; Broadway, York. she
.. Land Claiuu, Pat- JOHN PAYNE Agent physician some six weeks with. neuralgia, of the place, pstage paid.
a Suspended: Bounty Lands, I 1[ M. HERNANDEZ. cried
whole of his
right side, leg, arm face his the Dealers fine Dran sad
.nU for Lands,Donation ClaimsDuties Jacksonville, Fla. and ; i
Illegally tf
St. Augustine, March 8th, 1853. mar 17 a
sufferings were indescribable, and "
we I
.: exacted, Pensions, and unsettled accounts generally March 31-ly only cessation II throughout & United N
: against any of the public offices or General from the most agonizing pain, was while I powder and in fluid form, f
r under the influence of opinm or morphine. His for the of
Government and debts collectable in the Dist -Spiritualst's Library. Snuff and Tobacco. n pbyriciana
." triet of Columbia will be attended to with doctor finally advised him to try the Mustang for the use or phYlie may
.. Vkrnmntnftft... an*! a..IOW.b .;, BRITTAN. Liniment; he did so, and in twodays was PETER LORILLARD, MANUFACTURER L Honghton or hi ..
--- --- Ac
r' .r.---- New York.HAVE about his I
business
go perfectly cured. No. Chatham ./. New York of
appointed C. DREW Esq., of I I a complete as ortment of Books and 4 process jrpatioD ue d
Jacksonville! f Florida our Agent to receive and I *devoted the facts, A VOICE 1&0. THE SOUTH. for sale the following articles war upon
communicate Business from that State. advocacy of Spiritualism t philnsph1'and The Mexican Mustang Liniment has ben used I OFFERS Of superior 4".lit Manrnbny As i is 10 A SXCRZT

0 : : llrferenrts.Hon. supply in any quDtlty. the most favorable in my family and on my plantation, great Sth. Coarse French Rape other Snnfs can. against its
J. BUTTEUFIEUD, Ex-Com'r Gen. rAM terms. We refer to the Spiritual Telegraph for variety of diul requiring an external applica- Cut Tobacco and in .p etbU standing and r-
Office. a Hot of our Books prices rate of &c. tion, and ha failed to give immediate re more particular description of the various articles Price ONE DOLLAR PER

C. W. KOCKWRLL, Coin'rof Customs. TiE SPIRITUAL TELEGI&Plf is a,lief, and effect a permanent cure. I have cured can be known Ly sending for a full price current 7
Iii$1 .. 44 E. WiiirrLKyfcv. lit Cnnjlrnltrr 7TtlU'Y.I. pa r. devoted to the Elucidation of,,several case of rheumatism that had resisted the as above. mar 17 ims.-Every bottle of tfe
4 N. SABOCVT, Keeutrr nf Tre/onry. Phenomena,and contains a record ot ski of our best physicians. It has cured ring ? bears the written sinatur of

Senators Gwit,BERRIEX, WHITCOMB: SHIELDS, the most interesting facts, &c. A very interesting few by a single application; cbillblains in a WhowantstoinsurohlsLIfe 7THE .M. D..ll I .
IiiI JONES; of Iowa, and to Members of CongresseneraIly discussion of the mete and philosophy of the days; toothache immediately; frost bites, a Trade-mark .

and the Heads of Departments. Manifestations, is now in course of publication, cuts, sores and corns, by a few aplct.ion&; ncr Undersigned would take this opportu. -
jj : Feb. 17-tf between Dr. B. XV. Richmond and S. B. Brittan.,you headache cured entirely. have to inform his old friends and the publicgenerly Druggists and Dealers ia Medi
used it for almost
= All the back numbers can be furnished. Subscription !cured. I consider everything it the best and it ba always that he has removed from hisoldstam d trd
price,$1 60 per annum Specimen copies medicine I have up EGBERT POINSETT.Aetnt .
GEN[RAUMLONK sent FEEE. I ever used. W I. JOHNSON, fla.

"... The increasing interest and rapid occlrrencej Proprietor of the Marshal House. The Drug Storein or J. Jaclr..,
SI of facts .
TAYLOR demand more space and ser SAVANNIR: June 24 1852. :
her Retail
$ additonal &
vic, and the Telegraph, (Y tl commence A. K. Moore. Esq., one of the and I more pleasant and convenient Joation. Agent, 1/11. a
S LUMBER COMMISSION M.MERCHANTS in May next,) will be greatly enlarged pnctors of the .Savannah (Ga.editor) pro :' Those wishing to secure Fresh Drugs at low h
..a, after which the price will bo Two Dollars. I in that paper of the 20th Rcpublcan.: prices will find it to their advantage to call at
FIR"?WHAItr
BEMJW ?XOBLK ST.,
o ". THE SHEKINAH, Volume II, is being issued I'.Our personal experience enables us to recom No. 1, to
PHILADELPHIA, Monthly, and is devoted to mental and Spiritual I:mend the Mexican Mustang Liniment to the we
I Very respectfully solicit consignments of- &it'no. It contains many important facts and public with confidence, a we have felt the ; Byrne's New Building, _

I II ; Southern Lumber, Shingles, &c. &c. profound which expositions of Each the psychological on:effects upon a sprained ankle which received good BAY T.Dn't trly
they depend. number benefit
contains at great from one application
tl'' and ba forget h look for the number !
Then
i inter! t _t.; '. A. MC-CALI., Cashier Camden Bank, N. J.: contributors, and is embellished with a portrait, Mr.J. F.Murphy, of the firm Murphy, any ? ofDrugsChemicals

." JONATHAN HROC-K, Philadelphia; on steel of some Spiritualist or Reformer, & Co of this city says that by the use Gat I able
..'. E. T. KrilARDMOdo: Terms, $3 per annum. j Mustang Liniment be has received Peruer.PatsJ
Oils
.,1,. T. t;. DiTKUIAI, Jacksonville Florida. The first volume .of the Shekinah is elegantly I than from any other remedy be has more bneft., I toal

:::.. February 17_, 1tS53.:_ *_ _ printed and bound and its intrinsic merits and'now feels better than he has for the last six usd years Spices, Stationery, Books, &c. &c. and Muslo Store.
--- artistic beauty entitle it Facts
r5' to a place in every l speak for themselves comments are unnecesar.Dalton For the quality Of his Medicines the Publicare .
t'tf Edmund Lbr.ar. Price, in morocco, lettered and gilt, Times Feb. 10. referred to all the -
i1: Whitneyommiutiitntui practising Physicians of
60. Dealer
t mnPin. (2 .- to that J f. in Pianos, CbureA
wife
;fr':. ;: ...d I.ugflflCd as Ubr mane to the Trae. Addrel was afflicted with severe chronic certify my acksonvlle.' Seraphiaes and -
:J jneacnrer ana stock, and Mel
I..peetor or Lumber for PARTRIDGE & She had suffered for months with rhenmatsm. Planter'chest neatly Violins, Sheet .
,\1.. Dnral ex and carefully packed and &
: Coant-. No.3 Courtlandt
I"Ia street, New York. both ot the old
cruciating and
a: .. I,...'. ; May be found, when his services. are deaired on mar 17Unon pounds, pinl-Ihe, almost had tried rheumatic com He will keen on hand a iull SUR of the BOW w.Y.
V. i.4 : inquiry at the Republican office. everything recom GlOAt INSTRUMENTS of alTkinds and of .bYD&e a
i
Agricultural mended for this dreadful disease. None the finest Uli
K Warehouse oftheix quality. m.nufatr.
in
.., ,,I1.Ai: June ocf7>r% oT j-it.*. and i relieved her-- nain--- -.in-th--.l_..>_.t. St.._, ___.X I Also 'weDt7yea ia
: u".v 0 S VJ.L. cent of T -- a*>uv UOUU WHO uny a great variety of Toys and lpn' th.
-
t -
rf RALPJ& Co., S3 Faltoii St.. N. V. botte Mustang Liniment and it cured Muc and biD,
i her She FANCY ARTICLES.Don't with .
f $ JOSEPH QRIOE SALE entrell. is now perfectly lastr-
alarge and select
assort- wel.
OFFER
:1.J: Agricultural and Horticultural Implement all of her friends to use Mustang fail t call and Ic us, whether you buy fear the superiority of h.s ia-
General
i 'j :?.iH 36 tVATJIt Commission Merchant, consisting Plows,and Castings, Corn I I.inient. JAS. L. OLU ER.g or not. Get an Almanac grats.and tell all your teachers. of less cultivated r
,. I a s'r.. NEW YORK. Straw Cutters, Horse l'owers, Savannah, Jan. 1,1852. friends on your return fine Store and
: STB I :
.i ., 'CT cud! prompt attention given to the sale of and Sepcrators. Fanning Mills Tir.shen AS Stock you have seen. attended to. Istn.at
;vl" : :1., an article. ol produce entrusted to his care, Scythes and Snaths, Grain Grai. Cradel'l ECHO FROM THE WEST.liS'onhin'l8 JNO. M. PAYNE. 41 sent to any part of ,
: anti an orders promptly complied with. Root Cutters Mis. Mis" Louis W" nursing a the Muscl community, I!
f Sausage Cut young Jaklonyie, Feb. 23, IS53. mS-tf a
; ap129.tt ; became i
.; i'.". Yokes and Bows, Rakes, Hoes HayandM.nure very sore,and the breast < exmine stock, a
inflamed
: and caked Forks Spades Shovels of
Carts
Wagons arpleatonl OfiBAY
Wheel. the
r 1'; HOLMES barrows tit Mustang Liniment healed Brought to Jail. 8.1 !
::i J: the r
FIELD movd hardnel and Inflammation
0' GARDE.V from the NEGRO MAN
Onera1CominIssIon AND
FLOWER name Sam
0 'n! Merchant, SEEDS breast and had no further A ; says be IN LAW AND
trouble
-a Urge with it. to AlHa
100VAU..STRECT, New VORK.il Guano, Sup.variety. FERTILSEI8Perv n Numerous cases of this description have come to County .HENRY ARMSTRONG, | The Common Law,
E&
.4,. ;tl .1' pal partIcular attention to sites of Vel- drettes, Charcoal Dust Plaster &o.Jlt. 1ou-our Mn.knowledge Hughes, and it i always effectual. Said Negro ii about ftve feet 2 or 3 Inches bigb.I eombie.-Te
'I j.fSQ', t low Pine. Lumber, Live Ok and other Southern MANUFACTURERS of SCHNEBLY'S attack of St. Louis, bad a very severe I I light complexion. The owner is to .(NovJ
Tim her and Pioduee inflammatory rheumatism requested from that
audio in her
; orders for Reaping and nhmil entin
come
purcha- Mowing Machine a
!$ ing Merchandise. ; DANIELS' ders, arms, and back. After .nff forwar prove property, pay charges td The
; dec9tfF.WaTer&Co. : Hay, Straw and Stalk Gutters. Agents for the .rinir the most take away. EDelil CoaL a
,; pains for by a
exrnci.tnS some ten
we ofWm. days.without .. corps
Hovey' Patent '
Straw Cutters. A T. G. MYERS r"
,
relief .
.:. : ,. derpU..e. catalogue will b sent on application L induced any to try the-from Mustang her Liniment physiciins. she Feb. 16, 18 2j-tt. Jaior.Guardlnn' Reprter and,the for .pr ,
I
Two
:1'I Z' CenunlssIo.sand lI'orwerdlns Merchant. I 3 mar 31 *T cent bottles effected a perfect fr- Siin_ : with any other pblu
oar. I
___
The
Mnstanir Liniment ii .. --"- -- .
T I ( .. ....._ ._ ,.___, _AND. 1)ott Jflftiilll AalmnufWILL lut t. ,0 M wON .published. Among .
I. ...'.- .. and"I bottles.The 60o the third Monday of of of
-. I""' .n .a urooerae.. Provisions. Cboiee WJnes .' bottlea COn[& ?? much April next will for superiority these Re
..p Uq.orl and Megan P&lntj Oils &o., kTeepcontj.ntIy on hand Medicines as thr of the 2fo bottles. The 81 bottles con- sold before the Court house door at De- b. publishers are .
for CASU ooly. ftsj > the cure of all Chronic Diseases. No as much .etgbtof the 25o bttel. II fernando county, within the usual hours, all the kinds members of the profes.
(1 :: Bay Street, Jack oDY"iUe. E. Fla. charge made for examInatIons and prescriptions; bottles hold one nnt' they ar .. Te ..lind belonging to the eltat of William Craw- furnished tettteraials. wi
( And what I. of A. G. BltAGG at Co ford, Towits the S. .
mOlt Importance will' ., of the 4 the E. 1 i israed.:
se.
prpretor 2 i .a
: DOLLNEU be mae for failures, asthey are chg any Mexican Mustang_LimtDt. oftheS.W.lofsee 84,and th. [ of the S. Summer; ef r
Jb POTTER. Among his Medicine will found- s Broadway. N. Y., Crer' ad omc. E. 4 ot wo. 33 Jn Township 21, E. Rang.17. : f advance any ether,re. ; :
General Oommlwlon iKerchanU Compound Tonic Pills; b .tnL. 5t. Louis, .hi Ma Situate and being in Heraando county.. other : o" .. ,

4 14, n A _tLriI.n, or"DtibioU Pills; OLIVER.T. BRAGG. J are valuable for the cedar Timber they Sd der, t B.p of U. Frofesdom* ,
; vroMt.atrt.lI COeSu.Ptdd.us L.... & : Genera Agent for the Persons desiring t purchase may obtain $ t I rituirsd, .
4 tfpa., V.w York GOD9realand other Mizture-IO(orfejifor 804 Broadway, N. Y.i- further ptc b/ calling on A.Clarke, .Es and pbUe. a (1 lbs ve1'
I.
;, ; WILL Att.ea4 prolGtJ Hall bwinew ;DO HaI1 or usual Nuzedies. D. McCUE of said .A WHIT SMITH, I ewg of. wbIe
eatrasUd :
4.1 '- AU Medicines BLOODGOODk 17 tY. I
BOUSE
tohbeireare. Partfealar attention given to the4 .. A. M. REED MORRIS mar tdi ._ Guardian. p L.'i
1 .Ie 01 ***" M <1 Wne*- (New '.E'
Cotioi cure*
Luinber'fliabeU4 ) !
: Turpentine W&Qted. T Agent the sale of the,oelebratedX copy twIc.
aU to xioai !
a1. Addr.
to tb. pgreb.ot 10041. communications to Dr. Josiah Ash- tb _.
,. f'Llberal lSr. Jacksonville. East Florida Mustang LlmetIn J Al.ootsale the b eD&.f > :
a4nne.tmeutt wad' on coDllpm.. postage paid; DURING my'absence"f ?. oebr.arI19,1wn JJ't ::0 tent pi.to call gentlemen.and examine ttteatl.and be it-in D.gl: Unit& Strkopla every; village, -, ..will act.myAttorney.1 D&rahKribers. ', l. '' .'

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