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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 21, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'UTIAVTU0RITT. rights of hurt! PerIms'therein,or In the together with an accurate copy of the survey shall be 'p il'tt e;!:party''entitled thereto,,. .TITLES.UF.-AcS' / own estate, to l> /< '
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OF UNITED: STATES use thereof, but shall be 'subject: to the of. the land so located and'purchased,' 'to1 the out of any money'in the treasury not otherwise I Passed at t lio of tht with* ane a'I5 t -

LAWS THE ,, same ; and on application'by a duly autborfzed purchase thereof, and "upori' the'filing1 appropriated. I AssemUy1852'3., Gm' Aa Act to, tbru Richard HLRandolpa,

Patted. during tie :.Second, Session of ;the agent of the corporate authorities of which said certificate and copy of .survey SEC 10. And be it tj rtler''tt d. Thaithesatdsurvyor of,Galen 'assume th.
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Tkirly-tetond, Congress. said town to the Commissioner of the Gen- in the office of the Commissioner of the gen.e' I,, l rge An Act to.amend the laws now in forcTe':ia m own estate. f IJ .

eral Land Office, a' patent of relnquishment General Land Office, a patent shall, issue of his duties under this act, shall Ve"subject; this State relating to divorces.' An icfto empower John JobnsomtCads.den .
,[Puiuc ACT-No.. 18.] in accordance: .w'.ih; the protisiOD8 therefor &in other cases:. to ill the provisions of the act entitled' "An ,An.:Act to. provide for legal proceedings County,'to manage bis'owa'eatate..4! .

AN ACT rruUog the right of way and making act, shal be issued thereor,, a in other SEC.: 3. And be further enacted, That it act to provide for the better organization) 'of against. Corporations an 1,persons, claiming An Act to admit Claudius' Stewart afl. ,

a pDt offend aid to in the the:States construction of Arkansas of a rail-and (.ses. shall be the duty of the said surveyor general the treasury and for; the,.col lection, safekeeping I exclusive privileges: by public giants who lice lawin the several Cur of.this t '

fold MislORri from,to a JOint on the Mississippi, opposite SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That to keep and preserve a record of; all transfer, and disbursement; of the have incurred forfeitures of the same by nontuer. -, An Act to legitimate \V'i>Vhrtrriire -

the mouth of the Ohio River via Little Rock, there shall be and hereby is granted to the monies so received, and to make out and public. reyenuf," approved1 August sixth, I Joseph C. Whitmire. Elizabeth.Whit- 4
to the Tezat boundary near, Fulton, in Arkansas cities: of Burlington and Duboque, in Iowa transmit quarterly, to the Commissioner of eighteen hundifd and fort ..:. : and) all acts A a Act, to provide for contesting the validity mir and Margaret Wbitmir.tanc lojqak.e;

with branches to Fort Smith and the the land bordering on the Mississippi river, the General Land Office, an accurate report and parts of aits'in 'conflict with ..thepro. of Wills in the Circuit Courts of this them the heirs at l Smull Keya.

Mississippi river. in front of said cities, reserved by the act of of the moneys so received: by him as afore visions of tbiacf be, i and. the same are I State. of the County of Santa Florida .
enacted the Senate and Souse ofUnrttentalivei 'n
Bi it of by the United Slates ofAmertea second July, eighteen hundred and thirty- said.SEC. hereby, repealed.. ,An'Act to amend tbe Laws now in force : to change their names* :;' ,.

assembled That the of- six, for a public; highway, and for other 4.Andbe itfuriheynacted, That it ApprovedJju ryi4, 1853.. ;,, relating* to:Mortgage**' .,? _. 'An Act estnblisbing'tbe nameandAegit- :
in Congress the land be, and right the public uses, together with the accretions shl 6e the duty of'"the said surveyor' ge'ri- l An Act prescribing the condition of Injunction mating James Henry and Wii DJS'r" .

wlyliroagh public tbe Statesof.jUtouu viichi.inay hate formed thereto, or I front immediately upon the taking effect of [PuBlic AcT-No. 23.] Bonds. ders. ;,;lt swv .
i mtls hereby granted; ,., construction thereof ; to be disposed of in such manner this act, to'enter into security in the sum of AN ACT to prevent, in certain cases, a failureor An Act, to provide for the payment pro An Act to change the name of); YitQt S..

.: and Mi&soari, for the an the corporate authorities of said cities fifty thousand dolars. conditioned: for.the delay justice la' the courts of the Districtof rata of the debts of Insolvent &taes. Baty to that of Victoria,Blow$, aw t I
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of*'railroad from a point on the Mississippi may direct.. safe keeping of received by himas Columbia. An Act to amend the act to other purposes. x .: mntiAr .
the mouth of the Ohio, in moneys Be enacted by the Senate and House ,.ofRepresentatives ,
rireroppo8ite' SEC. be enacted That the law Provided I Executors and Administrators. Act to change: tbe name of-
3, And further surveyorgeneral, according to : the > Oiyer
the State of Missouri, via Little Rock, to of United States of Am\ An Act authorizing the institution of Price to that of Oliver Delk,and Jot ,
line near Fulton in grant made by this act shall operate a"a re- however, That in order to compensatethe ica in assembled, That Suit I;
the Texas boundary linqnishmeat only,of the right of the United surveyor general of said Territory, for Congress of the circuit in certain: cases, against Corporations by purposes. ia-> joAn
with branches from Little Rock, any term or criminal court of 1
Arkansas, States in and to said premises, and shall in the additional labors and responsibility imposed : publication.An Act to change the names of various 3
the District of shall be
in.Arkansas, to the Mississippi River and no manner affect the rights of third him by this in receiving, Colulba a jur to prevent certain persons from persons therein specified. J.. f IIJ; i t
persons upon .
in said Slate with the rightto act empaneled to try caise, any issue or l
any
Fort/Smith/ therein or to the use thereof, but shall be sae-keeping, paying accounting Peddling in this State. An Act to change: the name -of T rrn'cC !!
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issues in and it shall I
materials of earth joined cair-e: ,
stone ip-
take necessary subject to the same ; and on application bya for the'moneys aforesaid, he shall receive any An Act to allow Owners or Commandersof Levy to that of Terrence: Wimbery,aoloo I
timber. tc., for the construction: thereof: pen that no verdictehiat be found, nor be Peddle the Choctaxvbalchie other '
duly authorized Agent of the corporate au. two per centum on all such which: Boat to ou purposes. > ) 10
That the of shall not 8ums jury otherwise dischargd, before tbe 4ay .
Provided, right
way An Act ;for the relief of William CrawHford.
thorities of said cities to the Commissionerof shall include the payment hire, I
eiceedione hundred feet on each side of the appointed by law for tht commencement: of for of ... .
An Act changing the names s
incidental persons
the General Land Office, a patent of re- together with all costs and :ml{ '
length thereof, and a copy of the survey of expenses the next succeeding tern, the court sJahl residing in this tate. An Act for the relief .of Dr. J. "--W Boxes ,
in .
in accordance with the such services
u.id.io made under the direction of theLegislatures linquishment, pro to special anyone and may, nevertheless,',! with the ..
rocel An Act to amend the patrol laws of this man 1
visions of this shall be issued therefore : Provided, The salary and centage ( }
year per trial the if 1 J 4
by
: of said States, shall be for act respect as State. An Act supplementaryto an act. entitled ".
in other of said general and for clerk hire Mmeor'
warded the proper local land offices respectively a SEC. 4. And be further enacted, That shall not surveyor exceed four thousand dollars, foray such term ,ced ; and all sub An Act to authorize the Judge of the an act for tbe relief of Dr.J. W. Bozemaa- !
od to the General Land Office at sequent proceedings to 5i.al judgment if of this State ,4 : ,
;: Southern Judicial Circuit to appoint approved January 8,1833., "? y ;
of Du-
of land
the lot in the fity one
Washington City within ninety days after parcel ; year. such judgment shal be tendered, "hal be in An Act for the Wynn '
and hold terms certaincases.
buque heretofore set apart and .used by the SEC. 5. And be further enacted, That entered and effest and adjourned ofTomaB. ;
the completion of the same. legal operation An Act for the relief Pow t
Mr. Hariet
authorities of said city a cemetery or the provisions of the act to which this is an : ,
of the term at which shall Rave .
"Sec. 2. And be if further enacted That a as th\\jury entitled of Columbia '. -
An Act to amend an act an act to ers County. : ,
burying under the act of Congressof amendment be, and the same are hereby, 1.
there be,, and is hereby, granted to the the second ground July, eighteen hundred and extended and continued in force until the been empaneled-any law or usage to i the provide for the recording of marks and An Act fur the relief of William M.. Ga

Slates of, ,Arkansas and Missouri, respectively hundred and contrary notwithstanding. brands of cattle shipped from the State of risen. ., _,.k.ji: i.
thirty-six, entitled "An act for the laying off first day of December, eighteen *
for the purpose of aiding in making the towns of Fort,MaJison' and Burlington, fiifty-five. Approved February 16, 1853. Florida approved 6th January. 1849. An Act for the relief of Henry C.Wi8n .'
and branches as aforesaid An Act for the relief of the .
the railroad An Act declaratory ot the la\V now ex- C1rktoft
in the CPUnty of Des Moines, and the towns SEC. 6. And it further enacted, That ACT N 24. J .'
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vithin their respective limits, every alternate be PUBLC ] sting over that portion of the Peninsula of Circuit Court of the County of Holmes iAn
of Belle view, Dubuque, and Peru, in the to the benefit of tbe AN ACT amendatory of erislnz laws relative
section of land designated by even numbers every person entltlet Florida in the of the Seminole Act for the relief ol GeorgeW.: .An '
county: of Dubuque Territory of Wisconsin, fourth sectiou act of which this is to the dollar, lollar, dime and occupancy '
ha quarter !
.ix sections in width on each side of drews William W.' AsbJej'
for > half and other Indians.An ad' ,
and for other and the act of the LgeU I
i who resident in said Territory
said road and branches but in case it shall purposes amendatory, was from Braswell. *, : "iur/
%
; third of March hundred and Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Act to prevent negroes being : ; 1
thirty.I
that the United States have when eighteen on or prior to the first of December, An Act for the relief of George W;.,PhU-t '
from Indian
appear ; I thereof be and the Representatives of the United Slates of Amer. taken out of the State the present '
seven, amendatory same hundred and be and .
eighteen fifty, ,
brie or route of said road is definitely \ shal >
the : is the Confiumn Councilof Ira in Congress assembled, That from and country without notice. lips. : < lt
to
hereby granted
fixed the authority aforesaid, sold hereby is required to file with surveyor with the An Act for the ,relief of'Dr. JaraeSr.L
by any the said city of Dulmque to such after the first day of June, cghteen hundred An Act to prevent the trading .
general of said in advance of the ,,
of or that like Territory Shields. 'Awtt
hereby granted
put any section of the said said and fifty-two, the weight of ihe half Indians in this State. -"
pI bas attached to thetvn'e disposition lana II time when the public surveys shall be.extended drlar in crimnal An Act for the relief of Stephen 4
the.right pre-emption I that Common or piece of fifty cents shall be one hundred An Act to regulate the practice : Holip .
then.it shallbe lawful l for.any agentoragentstO cemetery or.burying ground as over the particular land claimed by' and ninety-two and tie quarter! dol-i worth. ', .;:11 .
prosecutions.
Council deem
be appointed by the Governorof may proper. him, where those surveys shall not have ar, dime and Ians 5 be, respec- An Act of the several acts An Act for the relief of John B.AUeOcwit '
amendatory
said State to select, subject to the approval Approved February 14, 1853. been made previous to the date of this act, Lively, one halfone fifth, and al'one tenth, of now in force in this Slate in relation to trading An Act for the relief of James Browa/aoil- ? I

aforesaid, from the lands of the United a notice in writing, setting forth his claimto the weight of said half-dolla5.! with William Gainer Sr. .
to the tier of sections [PpBHc ACT-No. 21.] the benefits of said section, and citing, al negroes.An An Act for the'lelief of the'South Western :
States most contiguous, AN ACT granting the right of way to the St. : in SEC 2. And be it further enacted, That Act to prevent the sale of spirituous "' i
above specified, so much land in alternate .nw'and'1ron Mountain Railroad Company, required particulars: .silver coin: issued in conformity the liquors to slavee in certain case?. portion of.Gadsen'CuDty. T 'iAn tward.
factions; of sections shall be equal for other settlement claim ; and all persons f; witl the. Act R."Hay-i j
or part as and purposes. section shall be legal? tenders pay An Act to change and modify penal le.o IWi- .
totoeh lands as the United States have sold, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of give' such notice on or prior to theDecember of debt for all sums not exceeding five statutes in reference to gaming. i : -,cAn (

or to xvhich the right of i
attached as aforesaid, which lands being Ic i. C01gre assembled, That the right of shall be thereafter debarred from SEC. 3. And be further enacted, That in Ac now in force in this State. An Act, for the relief ofEI.zaABrnce." ,

equal in quantity to one half of six sections way sixty feet in width through the lands ceiving any benefit unler said; to' procure bullion for the requisite An Act to amend an act entitled an act to S.Tlouri'' ,: 1"
In width oa each side of said road, the States in which the St. Louis Arsenal, the St tion. And all persons who, 0 the : e of be subdivisions of the dollar authorized provide for the election of Electors of President Virgin Hal an : '
Arkansas and Missouri shall have and Marine Hospital, and Jefferson Bar- cember, eighteen hundred aid fifty-three, of the United States
Luis by this act, the Irvasiirerirofithemint and Vice President Mrs: Jameson ha'given, i in her1' Legends
bold to and for the use and purpose afore. riks are situated, in the State of Missouri shall have settled on surveyed lands in said shall"with the approval of, the director, apprvllla'nuary 6th, 1847. of tbe descriptions of the per-

Mid :. Provided, That the lands to be located the same is hereby, 'grant d to theSt. Territory, in virtue of the provisions of the purchase such bullion with Ih /'I'II(1 fund An Act supplementary to an act entitled eousof"Madonnas"Virgin .- The formet
1\0. be further than fifteen miles Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad Com fifth section of the act o f which this is of Pro-. Sir
*hall in case I notice ofelh'mint. 'HI orlall Jfcharse with an act"giving the election of Judges extracted from the of .
who shall fail to' Nlcepnu.\
from the line of the road : And provided pany (or the construction of a railroad from i I amendatory, giv' the gain arising from the coinage: 'ot such bate to the people.An Callisius, on the authority ,
further, That the land hereby granted the city oi St. Louis thiough said lands : in writing of such settlement, specifyin bullion into coins of a nominal value exceeding Act to Prescribe the mode of contesting who himself derived it from more ..an

shall be applied in the COllf tl Ur.tIOU of said Provided That the location of said road .I particulars thereof to the surveyor generalof of : the intrinsic value thereof and shall the election of Judges in this Stat cient: ba authority. The latter ,i is in substance." .

road, and shall be disj purporting 1 have: \ 4 a

workprogtesses: atu t-ha.l be aj'iiieJ| to no I subject 10 the approval of the Secretarj of April, eighteen bund ted and filly-five shall intrinsic value and the price paid for said of the Seat of Government of this Stale. been written by Lentulus to the ..Romanr '

other purpose whatsoever: : And! provided War. Provided.urt/Ler. That said location: be thereafter debarn.-d from ever receivingthe bullion, and with the expense of distributingsaid An Act to organize the county of Snmpter. Senate. is very well establishedTth |
of said fifth section. I
further! That any and all laud teservrd to can: be to the public benefits coins as hereinafter provided. The these portraits are the of pious monk* I

the United Slates t>y any act of Congress, interest in the opinion of the said Secretary SEC. 7. And' be it further enacted Tbatfrom balances of his creJit or the profit of said AH Act to locate a County Site of Her- of the middle ages, work of real or, imaginary -
and ifter the first of .
for the purpose of aU: ig in any object of April, eighteen coinage,shall time to time, on a nando County.An pictures prevalent in those;.day 14
internal improvement, or in any manner for SEC. 2. And be it further enacted. That the hundred and fifty-five, all public lands warrant of,the director of' the mint, trans- Act to provide for the election of a Even a''such, 'howevr, they may:.have

any purpose whatsoever, be and the same right of way beand the same is hereby, granted : within the limits of the townships surveyedor of ferred to the account of the treasury of the County Site of Alachua County. value for these, licture of the ..pencil .pr; i
are hereby reserved to the United States to the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad to be surveyed, in said Territory, west United States. Aa Act to provide for the election of a imagination perchance have- auhorit1Jr ,

from tbe operation vi( this act, except so far Company, and aL..o the right of way to thele'eland the Cascade mountain, which shall not of SEC.. 4. And be it further enacte That County Site in tbe County of Walton. the traditions of the church.. Howayt.it ,,

as it way be found ntceofary to locate the I'aiiiN-vilie, and Ashtabula Rail- have been claimed under the provisions of such coins shal be paid out at in I An Act for the election of a County Site may be, these descriptions are; the;; only, 4(

routesof the mid railroad and brancue Company, across the hospital grounds, the fourth and filth sections of tbe act for exchange gold coil at par, in sums not I in Orange County. authority for the portraits:nptf-gen rly: :,

through such reserved l lamis.SKC. so called, belonging to the United States, in which this is amendatory, or reserved less than one hundred dollars; and jt .sbal An Act in relation to the County. Site of received and stamped in Bibles,; .rl"e

3. And be further enacted, That tbe city of Cleveland, in the Slate of Ohio ; public uses by law, or order of the President be lawful, also, to transmit parcels Wakulla County. Books, &c. --T..T,

the sections and part; of sections of landwhich the width of each of said roads across saM and excepting also mineral lands shall same from time to time to the assistant An Act to repeal an act to provide for the "The Virgin was of middle stature; her .

by such grant shall .remain to the hospital grounds not to exceed sixty; feet I, be subject to public sale and private entry treasurers, depoitares and other officers of removal of the Indians now remaining in Face oval her eyes brilliant, and ol an;oli' Q ,

United Slates within six miles on each side where said ailsare now respectively located: as other public lands of the United States; the United 'Sltes general regulations, Florida, beyond the limits of the State approved ; her eyebrows ,arched: and black.bq .: I

'of said road, shall not be sold for less than Provided, That said conveyances can, in the and s soon as he shall deem expedient, the proposed by the of the mint, and January 20, 1851. tint of a pale brown; her cpmplexioor' (11''

double the'minimum price of the public lands opinion of the Secretary of the Treasury, President of the United States shall, by and approved by the Secretary of the Treasury : An Act to provide for the fnal. removal fair as whe. She spoke'hittle.but..ik ,4; !!

then sold.Stc. .. be ma j ie without detriment to the interests of with the advice and consent of the Senate Provlde" however That the amount coined of the Indians of this Stale, other spoke freely and affably j she.was. '..not f: '

:. 4. And bet father enacted, That the United States : And provided, further, appoint a receiver of public moneys for the quarter-dollars, dimes, and half-dimes, purposes.An I troubled in her speech, but grave,courteous. .!I t
/Ae said lands hereby granted to tbe said That the said grant shall be, and is hereby Territory of Oregon, west of tbe Cascade shall L b regulated by the Secretary of the Aci to amend an act in relation to the and tranquil. Her dress was without ornaJment t ;
of the made subject to such conditions the said mountains, who shall give bond and security I' of Commissioners and overseers 1
.Slates: shall be subject to the disposal as Treasury.. appointment and in her deportment was-nothing: ;
Legislature thereof, for the purposes aforesaid Secretary of the Treasury shall impose on in the penalty of fifty thousand dollars SEC. 5. And be it furiher enactcJt, Thatno of'roads. lax or feeble." 'Mrs.:Jameson mentions the

and no other, and the said railroad and the said companies respectively, for tbe protection for the faithful discharge of his official deposits for coinage Into the half-dollar, I An Ac\ to repeal an act in relation to pi- general belief in which she apparently cOncuis Ill:

branches shall be and remain a public\ high- ana security of the grounds from trust and whose duties, under the laws in quarter-dollar, dime, anti t lialfdnneshall! ,. lotage for-the putt of Key. West.. ., ; that the Saviour resembled his mother i t Iin

.war for the use of the Government of the abrasions: by the waters of Lake Erie : And to the public lands of the United fereafJer.be received. other titan' those wadeby An Ac to prevent fre-bunt ng. m the person; for, 'she'observes"It; iafue. .

United States, free from toll or other charge providd.furiller. That whenever the said of the mint! as herein authorized County St. Johns. Christ bad no earthly' father, t erlo..e

'upon the transportation ol any property or disntinueJ or abandoned, and upon "account of the United An Act to separate the offices of Sherit could only have derived' his earthly.
troops of the United States. or the conditions, of this grant shall be violated States. and Tax Assessor and Collector tnents from his 'mother.' All the! legends

StCi 5. And be it further enacted, That all rights under this act shall cease SEC. 6. ,And be further enacted, That County of Nassau. assume that the resemblance bet ween j.the.

the lands hereby granted to said States and deU-rnmie. at the option of the depositor, gold or silver An Act. in relation to' a road tax in the 1 son and mother must have been ,perfect: 3

shall be disposed of by paid States only in SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That may be cast into bars or ingots of either Counties of Santa R.>sa and E.,cambia.An Kngler-inhis "Handbookof ItaliaaLPain.! _

the manner following : hat is to say, that tbe right .way shall be, amid hereby is, pure, metal or'of standard fineness, as the Act' to amend an act elti'tler! an act ting" gives two description! of the.-'person' ?

a quantity of land not exceeding one hun. granted to the Alleghany .Valley Railroad owner may prefer, with a stamp 'upon the giving lo the judges of Probate of Ean'lbi of the Saviour-tne first is frnt theletter '

dred and twenty sections, and included Company for the road of the said company, same, designating its weight and fineness; and Hamilton Counties the power : of Lenlulns to the Roman.Senate*orgiay ,

witbin a continuous: length of twenty miles over and across the grounds of the United hut no piece. of either gold or silver, .shall .of the Peace in certain cases. written about the end of the thin.ctl\orY, .e, '

of said road, may be sold; and when the States, at and near the Alleghany Arsenal. he cast into bars or ingots of a lest weight An Act to establish election precinct in but not found until the ele'en1 ; :,;

Governors,:of said Slate or States shallcertify in the county of Alleghany and State of than ten ounces except pieces: ounce, he County of Pntnam., by John of Dam. sudates' .om the 8tb ce '. a

to ,the.Secretary of the Interior that Pennsylvania:, ,Provied"hat.the route of of two ounces, of three ounces'and of''five An Act to change'an election- 'preclcdn try. In the former Christ is deseibe aa "-":.

twenty continuous miles of said road is completed the said the said grounds 'oun es, all of which pieces of less weight the County of Nassau. "man of stately form, appear \
,then another like quantity of land shall be approved by the Secretary of War than ten ounce shal be ,of the standard An ,Act to permanently! fix the election ance, with 'a countenance that' inspired .; ;;, '

,Hereby granted, may be sold j and so from before the sameis entered upon for the'ur.pose iueness, with weight and fineness I' ,precincts in the County of Columbia.i veneration, and which those who look upon '

time to time until said road is completed ; of constructing said railroad: Aid provided stamped upon them; but in cases \whether Aii Act relating to the dlstnbulon of the it may; love, a'well fear- His hair curl ''.;. ',.; :

and if said road is not completed within ten ,furtlier, That the tame can be granted he gold and silver deposited ,be coined or lawf of this State. mg. nth r dark and' glossy, owl.d1 VA;,.

yearsujio further.sales shall be made and without detriment to the public interest, in cast ,into bars or ingots there shal be a 'An' Act for the' establishment of free upon his shoulders,:and i!parted ,,. :

the land unsold shall revert to the United the opinion of the Secretary of War. charge to the deposit, in to the rdges! in the County of Escambia.An die after'the maimer.bf the Nazar n s. 'The, .':

State:, Approved February 14, 1853. charge now:made for refining or. parting the Act to build. a free bridge across. the. forehead I is smooth,'and very 'srene;'the

SEC, .And'.bf:; further waded. That metahsof, one-half or ole! per centum f the ,Ocilla River. countenance without linear spot, of a pIeisant'comnplexion *

the United ,States mail shall at aU| times be ,PUBLIC ACT-No. 22.] noney'arising from charge 'of one-half An'Act relating to the assessment of taxes' moderaeIyruddyTbsnni'e
:transported on the said road and branches, AN ACT to amend an "An act to create the Cell lm shall be' cbarged the treasurer for the Cunty.f Jackson; and mouth faultless, the' beard thick '

under the direction: Post Office Depart- otc of'surveyor general of the publid lands. in of per the.mint, and froni'tinC to t : time oa warrant An' an'Act to declare! Spring and reddish'like the hairmiotlong'butdvi. 4 5,,
the ,
aod for
menu at such prices ;as :Congress :may by make rfgoo donations Is provide to the settlers of survey the said and public to of the director of :the 'mint, shall be Creek,' commonly known'as".Robinson's' de. The ee: bright I anti of .1"iD '. .

Uw.direct. lands,"approved Sptembr twenty-seventh,' transferred into the treasury of :the' United Spring. Cre'ek, i i"irJackson Coon y'a Navigable : ." John of Damascus. ''describesJes; .

hundred ,however .:That nothing 1851 as of stately growth 'with 'eyebrows'j&wsltogether '
Approved February 9, 1853. eighteen ffy. -1 States ;' tlam. pproved.Febroary13. .
.._ be i enacted by tlie and oJ Provded Frank : 'curling 4 ''I
-- ( low, contained !seci9 shall be .considered AnfAct ; btautifureyr large nose,
,. ",-rPnue ACT-No. 19.1 Representatives of the United Slates I ai'applying to the dollar, tbe'quarter. -, liii. Countya'Navigable Streaail hair : bloom of'life; ,
AN ACT to.make the salary of the J ndge of the it in Congress assembled, That all persons doilaiV'the uimej1 and half-dime. An"Act to'alter the dividing line between hre beard black his complexion olive1' file

Criminal Court of the District of Columbia who have located, or may:,hereafter. 'locate, SEC. 7. Andrbe1'it: furtlier inacted.',That Santa Rosa'ahd lton Counties.An that of his mother witb'lonJt6gert.'

.. equal to.that Clf.&D Assistant-Judge of the'ClI'cwt lands in the Territory of Orejll in accord from time to l time there shall be\sLrnck;.and Act amendatory' ah Act entitled an 'description iYfl ret ,

Court of i\id.District.- ance.with the 'prfsi n. act entitled_ coined at the mint of the United, States.and Act.,to 'to'establish and organize a.Mayors; with the account by' Epipbanihs of the per. ,
Be IdedL/ie&ns1e./
.. If. antIIouse.ofniivezof1As "An act to create the 'office of'a surveyor the'branches thereof, "conformably viri";,all Court foV the City of'Apaiachicbla' ,? j son of the Virgin.: It is the Eurdpear",*'and .
; United StateiofAmertw'inCongrettassembled. general of the-'public: land -in Oregon1,sand respects toIaw'iiiid conformably in 'all respects J :An,,Act; in relation to( be Clerk or the'Cir-* one might almost l say/the Greek lype'Mrs. ; "

That! the,. ular t provide for' the survey; and, to 'make lV the'standard ;of gold'coins"'now e-- ciiit-Court W8shington\Cj uritv.' ; Jameson 'favors the! fair typ and 1fj. hi ,
of the Judge of the Criminal Curt .t to the of lanils" ': Act''to th e fees 'of. Judge of the '
donations settlers said publiC at lii. hed byJaw'a coin ol gold of the valueof Aim 6x'defoedi; she has tt.e sanction great maer
District; be and is ; > '
ok- CluBbla .same approved September tweuty-bsventli, .ti is''h. three. dollars o- units;. and all the .pro-; tar'r Vrob e : : of,Columbia"In' a' art:-Ni :T>Post.' v-10 '.. :
hereby to that of an:Assistant therein '_ ', ., ''i'i( ; :> rr_ -9* ;
mae teen hundred and fifty, and t ,vhiiclisurveyshill authorize certain"case. Specified ,. t j
( visions of an'act cnti.tleiliAn: act to \ ? ..
Circuit.Court of District letter
JuiJge CtJsiuxG.-A Washington,
GEX. sayaj.
ont 'lid. have been made; or "may hereafter bebm.d dollars[ aud double 'An Act T..Phefp!to '
sgpJd4 toautorlze.e.b
coinage.fcof }
AS b1isb Iftr; the : : It General Cushing is the only
c BOJT dbyl ; :; \YnhlacoochieRiver. *
of the Urn of continued .
; in1iel occupation eaglesapprovedMaich Hud, eighteen;, e i { JPfe .
'ApproVed.February..JJJS53. ', I after 1sl Y.--. I 7 man I the cabinet !\ybo can talk &ytng'besides ,
'. .- : ,. teent as .provided'by; aid juudrecl ai,1 fortj>liIJ-:5hal.:: b,':!applied to ; At the -
: :-1' act, shall be, after t 'ocdypati6njor, tbe-i h.ir.at.law.of such/widow) r Anf clio authorize re'riaTn' persons'to est English drp imt -
: f I the. ,coin1. r u\"ull: Var,;af Jhe 'Gebira1
,1 .- tPe "C'ACT-NO. 20. .. 'And nacreJThatall : lfi theOck1ockdneeWv.er. giveii"y M.de Bodis'c&lhe'4ttor'
] tworyear ofthe so"claimed', to, j pay i'SKCvfl.; it'further be the devicesa'ndsiipeoflhetireedb.lar'i b1ii1a I Ferry across '
AH lan ; ;
ACT for the relief of the town sarnemy -appl.calile .'' A' I' charmedand surprised ine dMhIgibd / :" ,
BUnle"t into the"hands'. urfeypr' general ofMl&TeflhIOry.Uberal rervations'heretofore, &\celL i thereafter | | >iece shall! be ., "i"Ah -
aad '1'
t: .a the cUie:'pf.&ID; :Jbuqu,: f. of on'4ohhii"ad.twenlj.fivecenis : made inpursuance; oftt.be: /foureenth fixed'by-the SecretaryY ftfi* Treasury: : ',:; 'Act to authorize 'lber,Ponsbeer' toestablish I party by hi aptivatiflgatd: versatile' ) accm -.' !. '

&it tnacUd by thg Senate '4M..H r..of per; acre for the, land so section of the act(which this is an amend- nc ,8 JInJb4tfUrtherenaCUd'Ttthis !faXe.rt across, 8 a'it e Riy'.:1 plishmentsr :Like; a erbte I-
!niFrench-1 : ;. '
lrIIV ,the'_ Uni StatemfiAmer- call J, located J and surveyed, as aforesaid1' menV in with
Ibal b, upon the death pf :any i etler'.berote y ,'and f eceptI firetdyfp1Jumie.next ii., : "Ah: Act authorizing -Tresp'er r to deSartlge, Spanish '" il
1at ,
", "' irn' of Ble.J'7 the expiration of'the two yeir I to fort be limited edo a.amount ool, exceeding a'F brl t. 11.J' ''i establish ,Ferry' Pro/5u\ !e river _de'Ja"Bar.*,and in- '. L__M:1"CQI" '.'

. aciei"'p'tito 1 bohdering Seeolu qlired-y'th act,,all the'fights! r 1 twenty. acre .e cb'IA everyTofsaid ,.,. 1'ro, .. "-,' ----f21,1853.-- ; -', CliyfLandirrg.,, ""._' U ., r"_ '.. ipoM; German' itD Baroo"tugueVe ,) .;: f
/ J 5silppiiivrrk I u' fronVbf'saJdHpVn,i ''tjerved < of Ua r Kt shall.descend objects at any one 'pint or place,.and .In administering ,the oalU 1O'V1Cj8>] ,AnAttH6: -auihqrizev J C ;jwith De' Tigahieunexceptionble : .

ky.Jhe'act ecohd .Joltr, ..eigbteea i tn.e.lieiw' atlwpf(such ster"including'ihe for.[ forts t'a.mOut;;: etceeding taix 'd ntiK pg.the eeremqi.y a ilJiessed,by; establish'"Ferry"across'tbe lhAtEtttte.*- i Tuscarf'wiFrankliri .tht.' e. "
\ ; Uth&'d'Sicilies .a
:,; ...Dlc..lhtifor pubigflay, vvidowlwhere! one.j js'left, partaj i hundred :forty; acres at iinyrone-pozmtt orplAce.ProvideThatifitsb the followrlnglladiea"anAfifhdeweri t '.', j ,oV.IYrr -' .. ti t.e: ', '," ','_ I. I'I I 'i '-. -. ''<''V ifJ 1.1 .' .
hLnecessary 1
... ,the. and proof t1comihiacewh1i, I. the conditions tedeeme 1': :: authOrizeJo.eph.'Robles':: id ,Pierce .the yoa t"t IJ l'wbobaseverbten -
laJ} ,JltUllb erll' ofbis.c Bpta the tioie of( the 'deattr'o( in the.judgment,of iba 'Mar lKi ; Atl1 ma1C/ thar&.build i'Ac.t across the elected Prt.deatof.the4Thi.>,'.. .
.
{ ,
rtlll. ; 1e eual! .beffjfiipi,, | < to .entitle to' include 4nany'suctteservatiomthimuivement % : 'M.rtAbbbili8f ; Hisorgh. RiYr' : .
a ... -., -I ,. .d .eu.r.; I \ d&Fitevt ,l Culfied'tAIa' W A\1Ma .ad l I purposes .M> : ted 5tat it, H.ia43ye'aricfsge{ ;Jb
) of a ether tn ussuchI '
them y
.. patent.
Jefferson .
-.cr -Ioa" .t." S'C'Jnk ChrtJ S.tCI 'Ga. WJone.i.1 i t'aiUhorizingCelestino/Gonzalez: i iDZ1OU.JO11X1 Adam; ;
'> : \ 'illiatii : ; ;
Djt.sbhlldtctm.
sn* gratins4eby.ibis "Stct 1: be iifurtKertyd't ;:Tha| emvati i. : andlVaa 1n
to build a'Wharf i in the City of P niacola1 Monroe John QuineyAdam
:- metlhall 1.dj'e-i. potf; (hVkyme t W* moneyTfofHands'iiaforesaid I the duty of the Secretary .of, War.to?;caJsithe ; Tenn.; T. M. Rdney;U. S. Cnull .
Telinquiihment only
. ; H. Car, An Act authorize Angus Nicholson, a. rem. were each 58; Jackson. 62; Harrison 63: _.
U. ; t
of hi value of such to be. ascertained Chas. Stebbin, ; .
the right of the United States in and IP t the said surveyor general, improvements Ae. H.Jones Pa. minor assume the' pf his Taylor 66; and Polk 49.
; said premises, and shall i no manner aflectthe shall bile his rat of such payment- ; a the amount 1 ascertains Emund Marcyt N.V'iSuel; t management -


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The Odawaha.Jltun. 44. waft l received on fe aYi.bicb. Ldioiff4e RtptsUic4: 4 pint'o

Editor*::Dispensing: with the Dear Sir:-- urJ letter LA. of;tha26ih. Apri16.1853.March, ,;'j' t} A q X 6'0. NV! T T 'E'. ,.:' p I la4nuiIber went 4prees|! 'brought ua.Ter'y h SIl t .e pubjishitdf} rejjortjand resoln-held of Middle this extension Florida 'alne, will reap the t !?.

and special in ,,, .4' .. j"t+ crude telegraphlCvdeBpalcbes recent Railroad! Conventions if inee even th
tuatomary prelacy pleading; was receiifyl day for ,yeiCe>dayPTBe, i I t '- nnouncj t01r The only chance is d
i such cases, 1 deferentially submit to your subject thaV attracts most attention here justat ThAiLZI4i853.e"Our : Ing a "M\v up" in P ce'. Cab et: In *and: Yest lorida4fordfly indication the cDU -

L t dispassionate consideration, and by you, tot this time, is the new Dry Dock. It was With ihs, Lad! '' Get. Marcy resigning his : .of' public opinion, in tKose sections, tween St. M rk and Thomasville 'y a
all who may feel mi interest in the matter, built, understand, notwithstanding the friend Peter Pikestaff" shall we branch road. This is a
r 4 wteTrieFSyrio] ;iifT>f'arf erp/oring txpcdi- atHe report of'two Commissioners appointed neg- tr i4Iezf w Ck. ..:, '.:t I! portfolio l .us*,Secretary_ > ,mW ,0.,t-y tate.-, -J Then,__ Ajrf it/ ;.1 lame' very- evident that a strong predisposit'.orr some f3 but the proprietors faorre project Wrt A

lion, recently undertaken hy me, in older to to investigate the expediency necessity l ,,: was stlt.her; l was no explosion, and that ; xirfs tb'prombteVnd' iferpor t Road should, look of'tbeT&M&rb.?

ascertain,lh.. practicability.Oclawaha probable expense of the measure, and was completed tbe other .'. ;f. .The..,. _Indlan."r :_;,' r .1ti.- { '. ." ; of makine the navigable day. Tne cost, about $1,000,000. The frig northward given,. M. had resigned, Mr. Florida "to thf Gulf preference to one peculiarly brit improved and enhan d lG*'
:ht for steamboats from its mouth to :Silver: ate Columbia, Commodore Newton, was ordered Col. WINDER passed on Tuesday .llr teim'mi in value by_this c
The length between 'hese two last from' his 'the Indian Gushing to succeed him, reluquisling hit i our own, having both its nneioDIIJ.ot'al tba
Springs. to try it, and has recently arrived, and morning; post on profits of the ;
t places about piie hundred and five miles reported ready to enter the Dock The contractors I lipe. Hereportsthe t Indians: perfectly, j-ost of Atlorney General; and that the our O'vn limits and forvlicb' a laomblpc.arter for d' i'ua
comprising Kix- hundred sinuosities. The for < ; \i i1' granted Legislature.Now depreciated, ,some valuable!
the Dock objected: to her going in the fruit U'their Nomadic Attorneyigeneralehip"was'filfed by Mr.Dob' was by ,
-bringing
tranquil
number of snags or lojrs in the water, is six in,with her armament. A mixed commis- bin of the Nayin1he1atier sir, it is veiyclear'that if either of the cotton and other goods and Bereoiidizepaeaover f
thelate
teen' hundred and thirty five; and the number siotfot Navy and army Officers'and' Citizenswere exploits, game, including' wild turkeys, ,. ";". apponted.Secretary,'n ,into this State it .between Su-Marka
of tree leaning over it, (exclusively of ordered from"'Washington, to weigh which they are selling at, 25 .cents a pie e. vy.creating a-\ DepartmentbicV Georgia Ri'da-are-exttnde hassee, which will'cease: after andJaUa. *"
.t t :; a, great many bushes) in two thousand their, objection. The written contract required Low. : ;: had .t l-e'en'rilled I by the appointment in accordance: with the resolutions above re : the caneiahas

.! aeveh hundred and ninety four. The lIum.II" it to be built for'a weight of five or ,Commodore{ Stocktoii The .Intelligences f erred", to, -the. fcist. can. have no participation ; been:made j for the cotton Iwil t. the
f bet of runs or brandies from and weakening; thousand The Revenue.. : other direction Brunswick, ,
six tons. Frigate: armament CuterIAmlton. and however, which.are in ,thC'benefits which may result to kooda'
the main channel is four. The U"aO t
seventy and all'would not have reached over twenty- this extension Tallahassee and 'the Middlewilljoii 1 .
cause'of these branches or veins is attributable six: hundred tons. Nothing was effectdd. The Revenue schooner "Hamilton" arrived at hand, put an extinguisher upon these reports portion5of the Stat by '

to fallen trees and rubbish, damning The contractors sent a messenger to Washington here on Wednesday, tei3thlavibg ', bY pronouncing them without foun and will! also be prevented from availing and passed over te"Brnsw

t. the river in many places! : thereby forcing to represent the state of affairs. The left Charleston on the 9th inst. .She reached dation.! herself of the charter of the Central Road. ; and the St. J rk"Ra mu.l"i .rl;

k't considerable portions of 1 the water from'L' Commissioners adjourned and sent Commodore I I far fr'onioproriiig'the extenslon'of either be unproductive. This. connexion ;
which St. John's Bar on the llth, having one day The Senate,too, it was announced,were recalled am ?
h ratural course, intn other runs, I .
Tattnall to them. The resultis fore does not bold out
t:! after meandering foi shol c16tanctlthrou! h not known represent here. No here i of calm and stopping abo'otlt hours at tie : after most of the members were:en 'or any of the Georgia Alabama. : ,any.very atrour' m
I yet one enter
. to embark in
1 t the 'swamp rejoin nnd improve the ,parent tains a doubt than the contractors will carry mouth ofith'e river. She departed Irom hereon route for their homes; which, connection i roads into our State, provided it forms, a du'cement it After ail'I

; artery. This i is especially tbe case at each their point by political influence.: It is said Sunday last, and will drop at points en with the Cabinet rumors, looked, 'suiciont .junctionvib: a Florida: road ; for such connections ance upon our neighbora for help h failel
;i of the places designated! respectively: as the that the contractors feared and I am "persuaded we may then be induced try to help
by some injuryto the river on her way dowi. The -but this is also explained by a statement are proper, t o";
Dardenels, the Upper Narrows, and Lower the others, that when the Dockis man I. selves and then the
ship. By be beneficial feeders it. But neglected
'i" of the "Hamilton's"' visit is to con that it for the of havingMr. would as to asa Cn
:;; Narrow" which would have to be widened. sunk for the purpose was delayed purpose i

L : The other impediment! is the Rocky Shoal, upon the sufficiently ways, the Dock will ship be to but enter four vey to our river a scientific party engaged Buchanan confr.med as Minister to i citizen of Florida, with a desire of pro road charter may be Dotic ad itsh: 1\\i

; : one hundred nnd filty .yards in length. feet out of water ; and tliot they fear for its in the ascertainment of the various speciesof England, he being thus appointed. Mr. B. I moting her best interest, I do most earnestly means impossible rtmik'.,

l i' b Many of the acute angles elbows, of the centre of gravity-that it will Others against this policy which a made that this, after all, is. as.
upset. Fishin our waters. We learn that their will make a very good Minister; though he protest gives likely: t be
.; river winding: being; of alluvial!! deposit, ot egain, they fear'the weight will springthe aid carried out by our own :
say prefereuce and tbe pecuniary of the State exertions.u'would
doubt his outfit with better a'
here a
r ; recent formation, and oversown only by research was highly satisfactory some no accept
: Dock. And this last is the most probable. "i
i1 :;:!f fragile thrubts, or aquatic plants, are susceptible : )- Here is a wooden Dock, built in the new varieties of the finny tribe being found. grace than he exhibited i in escaping tbe pay to the extension of these Roads at this juncture be' if we had al the' assistance fa the

k : of cheap and !" improvement, and to the detriment' ot our own, and the power of.Savannah; and Brunswk1) .
easy face of the adverse report of two Commissioners This party consists of Dr. J. E. Holbrook, ment of taxes in his ,own State by claiming '

IL ,:. of course, the river navigation, in proper !, inefficient for the purpose for Mr. 0. Hammond, Mr. Bockhardt, Dr. C. S.. his residence in Washington. He was in probable .extinction 'of all hopes for one in stow. The belief i is expressed in tha resolutions -
tion.nch i is a ppeciiicatton: : of the obslruc
It. t :j which it built the letter above alluded
was accoiding to I the future, at least under the char to, that Florida is
Gen. Jackson's time accredited to Russia. present
"4 lions to the Oclawaha navigation.; An estimate of the contract; that will last even if King, Mr. G. E. Mangault.The take the a
i of the of them I I I Sdule has been and confirmed ter. An organization under the Pensacolaand to controlling portion.of the stock
tI. : ; expense; removing most perfect but ten lear, at a cost of officers of tie vessel are-Capt. T. appointed
,' t:, make on the following hy.:>otlie,..is. Some about And'no doubts Minister to"Spain. He the French Georgia Railroad charter by tbe citizensof in'the line from Hamilton county '
'A' $1,000,000. one 1st Litut. W. J. Rogers 2d as was Pen.
.i ,. of the snags are (If huge dimeii>;ions, would that it will be paid for from the public Trea. Rudolph, Senator from Louisiana: and bitter the Middle, cannot but lend to destroy or .cola:under the Pen and G o *.'
was a
Lieut. B. J. Kellatn. 3d Lieu E. H. Cum-
into
"t bave te he sawed under water several
I : sury. Less than half as much more money render valueless the charter of tbe Central te if this be it can well be done .
1
end" ultraist in the times. His r 1 BU-
4 ; : pieces!, and their removal cost ten dollars would have built a stone Dock, that would mings.; Compromise .
: .. t" each in consequence: : the ,greater number have lasted for ages. A stone base has been appointment is thought by some'to prefigure Road to the East, to have even a connection der the Central Road charter, and 1 i i

.; .r( would' cost: only one dollar; admit their removal built to receive the wooden Dock, and its { Desiring to furnish the public with the purchase of Cuba, as he is known to at Hamilton county, because: it requires that; done tbe Road can without doubt \ait

.' then to cost $2 50 each on an aver- construction has proved, as every one experienced the statistics of export from the St. John's have hankerings after the island ; but ,be certain conditions be complied with before for the East. can. and will aId .t. :

J age., The leaning trees would all inevitably here knew before, that the ground for a certain of the past and present the work of construction can be commenced. State is pledged to subscribe of n
,: i fall into the nver after being cut, unless better for such work than the period has expressed himself explicitly, in his oneti
.f.' prevented by trouble and expense that would was at New Yoik. a groundeven years, we have hen 'in possession for a speech on the Cuban subject, as opposed to In the first place' : the Eastern terminus is t I capital stock, when the two-thirda I;

1 .. 4 exceed their clfiiriu.jraway after allowing I The project a Railroad from Savannahto month of all the shipments except from Pa- further attempts at purchase. How other. be fixed ; then the route c the Road located subscribed ; and tbe charter a],proie

fJb them their natural IIIOI't'J Sllles. Allow the: this place, excites less" interest than latka. For that ve have been waiting, no wise he will proceed, if be undertake, the to its western terminus upon the 'Gulf, in that one..half.of the oertowe I laM along
tll : removal of tin-He to cost$2 each.: One hundred
would beMipposed. The estimate has en- reply having been received: from West Florida but if the Pensacola and the line of the Road, may be reclaim..
merchant island in the ; whih
jirf: and fifty yards ot rock, hy ten yards ervated the and the of task at all, to place the possession -
people, lethargy
: Spanish
f. wide, nnd one yard deep, -qual to fifteen character has left its stamp upon them. there to whom w< wrote making,tbe necessary : of the United Slates, remains to be Georgia Road i is already located, it would be ed by grading it shall be the property of the

,,t p ; ,: hundred cubic yards, to be l blasted and quarried The population is smal, and nearly all the inquiries. Sdilors.owe a good deal to folly to locate another by its side, through company, to be applied in the construction'

!c4i [ .. under water.uoulJ\% cost $1 50 per cubic: energy and capital engaged in the timber the public, and a good deal is expected of.. seen.Mr.. Dickinson has declined the Collec- Florida, from Hamilton county, (the point of the Road. Now it so..happithths'country .
: 1 hundre'd
; Three and yards in
lip ; Cud. thirty business. And they have suffered somewhatby But there few small sine for the of the east of Hamilton
them. are a obligalons qua non entrance Georgia i principally.
t m; ) h of the Narrows, to btl widened} five railroad from torsbip of New York and Judge G. C.

r '. yards, and deepened two, equal thirty three in former years.enterprises A railroad was improvidence pi,ejected, the public owe tc themselves--one of which Bronson, of that State; been appointed to Road,) to Pensacola, even could tbe stock flat woods, on which water. Stn/l

t I:;' .; hundred cubic lards of earth, oxer-giown. to Savannah. The depot was bUil and the Palatkians lave neglected in this in succeed him. Mr. D.. it appears, would be obtained. Thus it would be impossible ing the rainy reason, and are nn.

Ht'c by gigantic cypress trees, and partly submerged cars construed, before a stick was cut the stance. thus the I to comply with the conditions necessary to I der the grant to the State. In order(to reV
not be tied in routine of a
; in the of which up"
water excavation
tV ; road, or the track marked It advanced[ What begin the Road. This is the der the road secure, little less thta sida
out Ho :
result -
!1 1to! :;: .:; would COjt$1 percubic yard. Pile-driving no farther. The depot the cars mould Platb drudge office, even though at the disappointment -; necessary
!l ( i. In, and the heads of four ; to arrive at any other conclusion would drains to let the water off are required;
: stopping; seventy ered away under their eyes ; and the vision, EQ$*Graf tarn, for May, is thus early before of Mr. Marcy's amiable desireto a
; '. runs, or outlets, at $25 heat!. Cutting forced construction of the these too will drain these
1. per distorted has from them. require a charterof I
never passed But L unite the rank Barnburners and the irreconcilable lands
us. Tne nirrative of Incidents of the I QK't
:'''tf. "',' away one hundred! and twenty sharp elbows,I Ij this is the most important point, in a commercial the Central Road. I their proximity to the Rd 1 :
... at.$10 each. Great Pass of Et. Bernard into Hunkers. Hards of New York. tey
.?... ,4. *iy naval and military point of view, wrought a valuable, and will bring a high price oabv-r
between avannah and Sail Juan. Tne story, is continied from the previous umber The peace and re-union Hunkers, or Sifts, That the Middle intended to be instrumental -

d;. 1,635: snags: Recapitulation.$2 50 each1,097 50 Bay is immense; there is room enough L and the present is filled with its usual are regarded as too dou h.faced for the in producing this result, I do not the potbecation construction, ani of furnish the Road.material aid toward'

': ? 2,7SMleauing trees, 2 00". 5,5& 00 around its edges for New-Oileans, Mobile,, choice complement and variety of matter. staunch and high mettle of the Dickinsonites, charge ; but having the desire to benefit
i :. l, OO cubic yards of rock, New-York, Boston, Baltimore, and Charleston who have with themselve in their which It is made the duty of the State Engineer
(:t i quarrying 1 50 per yd., 2,250: 00)( combined into one, and depth of water INFANTICIDE AiD ITS "ANTECEDENT.The ''- even more affinity the extremists uppermost minds to the Road, for which ha receives
2,300 cubic yards' excavation where to bring the largest class of of the South than with the apostates of is quite natural, they have been ready to survey '
of: earth, with every body of a dead infant was found floating liberal salary from the State. For any farther
;t root, &c., 1 00)( 3,300 00)( merchantmen: up to the heach. h atlrd the 1848 under Van Buren & Co. join their forces to the strongest partywhichin
1ci .t 74 heads of outlets, stopping finest harbor on the coast, south NOfolk.Thtre ,. on the surface: of the water, in front of Mr. Pierce's health is said to be very fee their estimation will soonest afford them. expense it is made, a mat r,of agree

20 00 each, 1,400 is more than 20 feet of water on thE one of our docks, on Monday morning last. the desired facilities. But after all it m ent between him and the Directors of ,tlacompany.
ble, and his irritated from tbe may
lungs
"
120 elbows, clearing, 10 00)( 1,200 00)( severe
1i -- bar. A railroad to Savannah, antI one by The parcel, as it first appeared, was fished be matter not of demonstrationas A large.amount of foreign,
the tax upon his mental and physical a so easy a
-. .. $17,905 50 Montgomery, striking llssi.siJIJI high I and found to consist the IJo\\ers. will not be required the
LI% up body, enveloped complete
has been show that ,
in supposed, to they
Nearly S'170 per mile. up, though it would place vst bere, enduring tbe storm of and '
otce.tt'pkers
.:\ No doubt a less sum than this would sufficiently would not lore than half de\'eloJ it. It is in an india rubber overcoat, with a discharging the Executive functions. have made the most judicious selection, and and there will be no difficulty to.obtain the

'S I r improve the navigation for boats: of surprising that it lias not attracted the energy quantity of shot, desine to keep the object Mr. Midell, of Loui-iana, declines the that the parties holding out inducements to requisite amount a soon as the R b.W

4 .r appropriate build ut.dertheskiltiil vigilance and enterprise of Northern capitalists, in the lowest depths" of the river. them have the intention the out and the estimates furnished.If .
Ministership] to Central America, and i is said or ability to perform :
who
aad those derive
their
,.:, of a pilot well acquainted with the river. supplies by the But murder will out," even if in this case this Road should be built the necessity
their
But to make the navigation: safe, and Mississippi river, in the same proportionate to be paving the way for succession to the promises. At any rate it is the
easy
permanent, this sum would be indubitably degree that it has the people of Savannah. nothing more is brought to light. Ominousis Sc.Kitoiiai seat vacated by the appointmentof part of wisdom to scrutinize their motives of a Plank Road would be superseded, tad

..r-.. required for steamboats of 70 feet keel, 20 The U. S. steamer Saranac, Capt. Long, it that the foundling:was swaddled! in copies Mr. Soiile to Spain. al.1 examine \\el the grounds on which the road built and stock therein:can and ao f

. -: beam, and of 4 feet draft.! left here a week ago, for the Mediterranean, of the Enquirer and Tntthtdler news. they are based, with all the ciicimms'ances doubt will be turned over to the Railroad

, i :- But how is this truly beneficial work to via Havana and Savannah. She has since papers. There are strong suspicions that B. n I U'ngiit and Walker Anderson hate attending Company.The .
before of
such
,: be been placed in the home squadron, and ordered made far, of a matter moment
accomplished
a exchange places: -tlie l.iiur
J t4' Simplv'by giving: a chartered Company to return from Savannah to this place. the ttranger, was brought from a Stance, vacating the Clnef Judgeship of the M.it- i ti> it.e State "hal be determined! upon. AcIreiition Books of Subscription tote: stock

. .; the exclusive privilege, of navigating: it for The Columbia Com. Newton, and tbe Albany and deposited here to conceal crimes else :Supienie: : Court, and entering upon the duties i I of a more general character than of ,the Central Road are'now opM under

a term of 15 or 20 years, as a laudable Capt. Yancy, are. now in the Bay.. where. A coroners jury found according to of Navy Agent at Pensacola, (*lt ofSc. those which have been held is advisable, the charge of Messrs. Reed ,

f'I .. :: stimulus to their exertions, and a just remuneration I 1 he season of Lent is just over, and _the : the circumstances appearing, being all the which he formerly held,) while Mr. Wrigiii: where the different interests oi the State of this: town. Let us therefore,
; : for their capital and labor. A gay season opened a few evenings since bya in their dons the ermine, yielding the Navy Ajjei cv, maybe atc
1" ; better way would be, lor the State Government brilliant dancing party, given hy Mrs. fact possession. which he had held under tbe Whig adminis represented, conflicting: views canva>. 4 I Tattnall. Many were there. The awardof tration. free the project: by a liberal 1 sulecrption, sufficient -
to accomplish it, for the benefit of her From a gradual increase of our advertising by a interchange of opinions an
1.; J ::1. citizens.! Hut the best mode of all would beef beauty, grace and elegance was given to intelligible rational.and decision at leastio, organize the Company,sad
: :. to make it a imtinnal work, for the national Mrs. Nichols, the .niece and adopted daughter patronage,. we are 'compelled to '- In a letter to the Floridian, Mr. Mallory satisfactory save the charter from the effect of "sea-
be obtained. If reliance i
is
of Mrs. T, make more rapid transfers of advertise- the may placed upon
: 2 benefit. It would enhance the value of the nw expres-es expectation that before '
.1n .k t and this TUYO. Washington he will be able the inducements: and overtures made the user;: and I am persuaded that oar frietdi
,j, : public private property in part of ments from our inside to our fourth page: leaving to communicate -
tri :(,. ;. tbe country 100 per ct-it would greatly and consequently can appear without having the views of the Administration grounds on which that reliance is placed of Middle and WesiFloria-wi find themselves

"'''>'i'' .: benefit. the merchant and the travelling coinEnunity. From Pensacola.-We copy the following that as a sort of dead member hang in regard to the Florida Indians. should be clear and tangible to be satisfactory deceived ,neighbor,
to intelligence from I'ensacola from the Mobile upon and will induced k
i But alas there\ exists not one transitory Tribune of the 9th inst.: and plead the poverty,of our sheet. On The Spring Term of tho Georgia Presby! i any sacrifice: is demanded of us.. I b t exert tei efforts
beam from tery, held in this place, closed its session reliable data are furnished, decision is behalf of a State Road. The commencement!
of scintillating hope present ap A gentleman of this city has received that page will be found to-day most of our I tbp '
:jj rearancetlof it ever being accomplished by letter from Pcnacola, under date of 6th instant a- home and foreign Business Cards-tbe advertisement '. Monday last. Ministers present : Rev. not difficult; but as we have no data except of an enterprise is always attested t
Messrs. J. B. Ross, '
either of the two latter, preferable modes. from which Benjamin B'Jos' John the dixit of the difficulties, while after being o underway
?, ipsi and
'-p we are permitted to extract of the extensivetand Georgian c
It is said that it is unconstitutional: togrant Sales of. VVinn Sumner Whin Myers, Quarterman Watcman
the following particulars] : "You must that the Road will it acquires an impetus which renders
be built
such charters.. If so, what a glorious be What fered by Gen. J. M. Hernandez-and also and Weight. During; their stay, two sermons we must rely

Constitution it must be May the absurd when a prophet.in Mobile, in relation you predicted to the burglars to me of varions valuable Medicines. These are were preached each day durill the upon the information vouchsafed: to us 10 the subsequent progress comparatively e.Are

_ _ clause soon vanish from it, and with it the in here, week, and three on Sabbath/ ordinanceof draw our own conclusion Savannah, it is our Middle Florida friends in Jaror
jail came to pass exactly last night. not advertisements there to fill "
put
the Lord's
J merited sneer of enlightened! Legislators. up Supper was commemorated on of a Convention at central to determine
said has some point
_ Piper and the negro boy Simon 'look with a contributed a half a million of dollars
but
of of Sabbath
matters much
and
interestto three
/
as members
; It is also rumoured that as sure as the present morning received '
tj .:t f ":c company would begin to prosper by the commerce leaving.under They the cut and a hole in the floor and seekers after certain kinds of "know on confession of their faith, and in and the citizens as much more, for constructing the matter! ,

!e.'.' :\' ,;, of the river-that i is, by their own dug letter apologizing jail for their cleared abrupt; leaving departure a, ledge under difficulties," as the later favorsof the afternoon two children were baptized. a Road from Savannah to Pensa A Fax>or IsepaoYtxzJT.

."" capital and enterprize, they would as surely but said business of The, whole service was solemn and impressive cola, but the citizens of Middle Florida insist ,
4e importance: called them our advertising patrons which: have their and it is to be hoped the 0
the
excite and
of the Floridians
envy cupidity away and they could not possibly wait to impression upon its entering Florida far East At Stockton, CliriZ'oatlie ,
i and provoke them, if not to acts of place on the inside. We occasionally: have made will not soon be forgotton. On Monday a a : lt
see their case out. They stole a boat which Hamilton and thence after four' illness
county to run to its DE.IYBAKKA !
the
.t. criminal injustice, at least to illiberal mur- shows that to drop an advertisement for a week but evening closing sermon was preached dl :.I.
they Ift by water. My opinion Rev. J.,B. Ross. terminus the It Boots,ia
rners, or unwarrantable mlericience. This, by WEstern through State. wie ot.Tom
qi C is that they coast it along to this only makes it the fresher, and consequently SOat
Apa- the
I think, is a gratuitous calumny on our fellow lacbicola and wil vessel thence The business meetings were. conducted must be admitted that this is not a very direct ;e of her age. *
a to New the better when Ad.
citizens. Their!iinate t love of justiceqi Orleans. Langley is now as independentas i re-appears. with open doors, as is the custom of the route for a Railroad to connect the Atlantic I San l'rci.California':ontlettaMiRii
their high reuse of honor would l'l llonter.! vertisements that happen to getaway off in Presbyterian Church, and with promptnessand FUNCI J.E YALE infant daughter of
in
the
a wood-sawyer as absence of with the Gulf ; Grr
Piper so to furnish .
L ., ate far above such envy, covetousness, and there is no ,witness against him." a corner occasionally, shall in turn have unanimity, and a great interest was a a and Francis Yale, aged 10 months and 2 Ji-,
'i .4 t meanness and would! in reality frown on positions of particular prominence-after evinced by every member for the prosperityof speedy transit for passengers; and it is very -

each dishonorable deeds with indignation These men were committed to jail sometime tne Church,and our common Christianity.News clear,that Savannah, to make this contribution GEORGE STONE presents nis BMW i
f3e and abhorrence. Such a charter, properly since for breaking into a .house and the fashion of tbe Twins in the zodiac rising [ of Saturday last. has strained and a candidate CLERK OF TUB CIRCU
a point, after all it I
the of
managed .would accrue to their interest and robbing inmates $2,000. Instead of and setting by alternations. --- the October election, InsUM
; -v redound to their credit; bruce they should be going to Apalachicola, however, as the From the Tallahassee,'Sentinel,, 12th inst. will not be sufficient to carry the Road to POURT a&

1i ; : divested of .the temptation "to act the part wrier supposed, we are informed that the New Orleans and Key West Mall. Death of Robert-S. hayward, E.q. the Florida line,'and resort to foreign'.aid -- lr fiend. p1MEDJOAL'IOT10E
.4 of the in the neither do the I stage passengers from Pensacola saw theman will be '
dog; manger, work requisite! to complete the rest. Cap :
A ]
themselves sutler others and negro on the road to this city. telegraphic dispatch says : We truly to :
nor to do it. This regret announce the death of italists will be likely to object to
"
charter would not contemplate the proliib- Velearn. from the same letter that a serious The 'contract for the conveyance.of the Col. ROBERT S.' HAYWARD, late of: this investingtheir

4z, tion of any boats running the river after the fracas: occurred at Pensacola a few Mails between New-Orleans and Key West county. He died consumption, on ,board money in so circuitous a road,:when: ,amore L'EGUt -

: improvement, that.could Lave done so pievioutly. nights since.: The sailors belonging to:one has been awarded to Samuel Green. The the schooner Rogers, off Cedar Keys,- last .direct.an'd.,eligible one can be had by Offers hi* feoD t t

H Consequently,. every person would of the war vessels in the harbor, committedsome service wi commence immediately." I. Monday week, on his way home from Tam. crossing the :'Chattahoocbie into West Florida. JanT and Dnval County.

be deprived of lational ,cause to complain. disorder in the city, which arousvd the We understand this to ,be the 'contract pa, where he had spent the winter in hope ,.They'cannot be'expected to enter intoand'eympathize Ing.03-omee la "Jp'abe.- ap.32 'I
Our \ .citizens wish not this fine natural citizens aridarrayed them against the sailors. that a milder climate would ?
j : :time since mitigate :the
some to another
given with .
Canal, given them by a roost bountiful Piovideoce In the conflict, Mr. Sierra, the mayor, party : oldiseaseupon his enfeebled frame): the views' of. Savannah GFo. .'V CALL -
t -requiruig.no. locks, no renewing, killed one of the sailors. He himself was and. of which, public ,notice,.was made of its ravages He probably contracted the germ; of the fatal m her effort' to bead off the Brunswick' ,
roughly handled] and received(!.severe.injuries. transfer to Gen. John Scott t of Ocalal! We Road. The wCXOOoKroacBsr .sxtt ,,x&a '
: like Rail and 1'Jauk Roads, every five years, ;, : disorder while in Mexico, iu 1847, as First question'then., will, arise whether ". 1

nor.repairsafterbeing; once. improved} to The S of Florida. suppose. Gen. S. threw i up. Lieutenant of: Florida. volunteers, and ,ever amore' direct,route is not advisable and j V*. mr31. JACKSONVILLE- ..' ,
remain aucleM waste of water--a glaring 1 since his return from that baa been -
Mr. Mallory writes a letter to the Flori- country even'necessary, tu :secure the aidin -- -
tiv reproach to .their wisdom and commercial slowly :wasting under although requisite I
I : intrepidity In 1829,, the,easternly! half of: the Islandof dian, stating'that'; Green is' to receive for,the most ; a busy life, as .Ieadinl. ,.L completing", their. work !, ',The, :determination : Piano- rte for SaK :
'
Key West, pnii,8 of a series of salt for this par i ( A VERY'FINE PIANO-FORTE ttJ"$ i
;
lg $26,000 annum mail service otdde.FJordaas
.Time and use would,continue to improve leased the per Supreme a lawyer in active prac tothepoimilof fin : forwleonTeiyreMonablaterB*. It 0* m
;, iMorever, aud ,render, it professionallyprofitable. watar tbe pondS was Salt by _who proprietors, I which was 'to commence, on the 15tb and tice.We know of no young man,Florida: e. and t have the control the Road be wen at the B"-pOBO. F tMftiaH. 1
: Iiaanyc4lierate of the Union, to Company, put up' 20th instant with James who held a fairer, position or brighter promise -) incpiro of Co -- r.J: T I
w oil it, principally consisting of Covered the steamer L. through 'thatSection, probably decide .. &f F. $IiFor <
wee she favored with such,this river would rk than be who ha been thus cut off in! 'wi '
I
7 I ""' be quickly i brongbt i in active and profitable !: and pans New after Bedford the: 'planadopted.atCap&from : Cod Day. _ tbe flower of life.' To a vigorous; ,and. discriminating : ;the' 'question in, of a direct route ". p.. ,. 'i ,
the
; ,. '.. .. requisition.. -> have' ; whIch company' Arrival Home of intellecthe added the habits ofa into; West f Florida,,where: the i imposition-of SU Angnstiae.- :' -.
:;.. : '': }" JOHN M.. 1RWIN. must iken' 15,000 20,000' bushels VloePreslitentIIng_ student, the promptitude( -and metbo of a such conditions are 'not ."

:- Ocofc, Fin., March,'1853..Tlje : .-- s1l ; until 1846'when the hurricane Vice President King arrived the.'Mobile man of business graceful and tuent one of the ''anticpated.Thul T.aavCL ',-
: almost eiirelydestroyed !the)improvemeiit. of addre projects 8ted: Savan- .'
an engaging and may dav .26th J
, r :: ; arrival ,'of the British Steam .Frigate .: The'wreck of the materials? was'sold river, in the, steamer. Fulton. and reached selfish heart.person,. But, 'a, a Jenerus'.,agowe'looked nah'is' too.shrewd i ,her forces 'with r1 R m a ,
;
Gtyur.at SanJuan Nicaragua,just after to Charles Howe, E' bought- thelande tbe,:city (Mobile'on: another: ;steamer to him \\tb.confdence'as ..one 'company, ,because the )latter ,p -
'
: .the afftr.betweenthe American sloop,of prQpertl'' n the ,pans.and the 11th. He was received with a mournful l tined' to occupy would bave best o1( AND :LOTS y05j I
.warCyaneandibe people their,it was feared vau.t constrctd 'grounds' after State,'and bis untimely death poitinin.tbe. te' io barn, i such town Jacksonville, aitutedon 11.&
.wo uld be productive: of some trouble, '::a.col the manner of th s Bahamafrom: welcome back' to'thaiStl where be.may ., a maler"otl., a copartnership No the hank of ta. St. John*,he. -
; personal disappointment! to'
I
,Iisioaperhai's I beUeen lhe two vessels allot which he took, in 1847 and 1843 coon mingle idustwithdust." The follow us; mue grounds of ,.-, JAMES 1.
I&<\{. ? anaverage more, a young and lovely..vrife ; .bope' from"that,. :quart e>, c -a 21 c- 1V
f:" ..< lJut.'tii" Mems.. on, J Jaynigther .complaints? of over 33,000,bushek! ( ; The 'years ing .despatch,...of the, 14th,. :is. ''the,. .' latest. aged parents t and, their family. We .are t thef eforf. is the Brunswick r :' : JL.i.
l ,w before tbe English cointnander that 1849 and 1850 not 'successful I I' ( company Jmport.tU8B
officer were quite so
.
,
; tohiiu. for them
..wC.have'referring' It dated well for
ja I at truly ; as as his two ready to with
sorry the
\ : .conditions ;
.' ::; JAforned the(ire, )'town people thai bu orders from the. wetness of the season't 'yet there little who .will .know comply imposed }$4 to .
: : Mobile '. ones, : more:of rhim ..a .5 Ink taoes;
: Ju
: l tltf"e,& not, to 'A.te llt..j/ !4. ,the, .AmericanwmmaWer : was still 'made in thos seans'an average. ,: than that he feliwith. untarnished name, J inj by the e8rntions above aUidec to,: &carry. ,Iu' tha' lowest 'marketO ,.I.f tad decided tojirotseUheTran. of 50,000 bushel: : ': "Mr King has experienced d since :his their_Road :through'{ "
: outset of on'r aad ,
county,
of brilliant
4 i a career : prom _.'F "RA
4
r,;' * : ...tiniora. hit gorernment of.the'fact It 1851,but from lher usual fall of rain/no more'' night, he,rested .well" however, .and seemed a virtuous and'unselfish jife.s -< have $ : :nt 't''
we t1t
informed.
in also reported: that Order bad been received than20,000.; ,bushelswere; raked., In 1852, decidedly. Better this cor l bis cough yMr beet (it h said ongood.Iutbority"tht c "

fr0eYfli vBritish, JUn l1<<'at: Washington 500 acres were'epose.t evaporation, And baa reiurticdshout4 he;b irg' .teeb!* will BITJUV, the" United. >j
authoring 'English vessel of ,ttir Jo.pro: it is.believed L'Jcar0OObushl have' go> up;jiverjo.his l plantation'on[ Satury."j. -. France', hal ten4ere1jis_ reauatiga Jo" contract to Tb.omasyilleijand'wil; : \,'cef inly: Porter,.and-. Port'wfc.,; &&j

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OF FLORIDA 'ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS.. "Charleston' and, Florida S *.H.- ,A.-:COHEN, &cO-r; S. : New:Spring Good .- **c'rnffU UltU1a1 WareMi :
"
General-Order. By ate"Carolina, from.Charleston April I __ IL S., MAIL STEAMERS,' .: JmpQrtf3&2JeyorO175EASTBAY s S *nndersigned bssjesLredbteimer, 'j .SEED STOIIli,., '1 : 11 : S...
17. \V 0 3eIntre. lady ad ; -
sent; J Rogers & L4zrectIromw York.- -nAz'it A JI'a1 o. t. .'r.OFFEK i
f CAROLflA Foreign Domestic Coofis
Dry
and lady Mrs JSncklc*. Mies 3 A. FmLham : '
HEAD QVAKTXXS, FLORIDA MILITIA, ColJ Leitner *$ lady Mr,' apo and 2 chilclrenj g' ) A :Large Siocfc 'of Spring ,and SommerGoods : FOR. 'SALE a fare and select umrt- '
AWTTAST GIXEEAL'S OFFICE C Brown and Afrienhnral and HortlctiltaratliailemenU -
R servtMiss M G Davis ,
TALLAHASSEE, March 26.1833.GratNl CD ( &rr. 1 W Walter J W CaldweII. W A; ..: opposite Corner,of S. S. Far ItBro. which S. ,consisting llows,and Caitinn,Cora ;
,
B* BOW offer to the pnblk-at low
Order. The Governor and COD1lD&D- CaldwehJ M Payne D Bnrleson ; P latfa in 24 very Shenerf Straw Cutters,lion Powers Thra b r*
FE Fraser Through to fo 30 jan6- nf nAiLroNe-c.: ; prices !r,cash. .The Assortment ia
complete and Fanning Mills
Seperators. Grain. Cradles
of .J M E ,
r.-Cbiefoftbc Militia Florida Impressed S Livingston, S H Williams '
Levy of
variety
style fashion
The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every and On
and SftaUts.
of well militia J B Dawkins. Dr W A Townsend E L Scythes a'1m& 'Smgte Mills
with a organised J ne
Importance Daily Ute .
Saturday at 3 P. M. Returning New Among many article* maybe found Root Cutters Sausage Catters'a&4 tok.nj Q
to W wl Sthck of Goods. *
J W
Dunn
) instructed me Yarboro Pierson 14 W I Spring
thll Urn has. Ledwith.
a* particularly, W t LATKA every Monday at 7 A. ., Pieolata 10 Domestic and English Prints; Do Ginghams Yokes and Bows lULes.Ilues, I lay aodMaav
Jiviaisns L Watson D Elkin.
Generals commanding
call upon tb* Major A. MM and Jacksonville Tnesdav at 3 A.M. Printed-- Muslin and Lawns from 1(1( el*, to' Forks Spades, Shovels, Carl,Wacon. Wbctt-
to take such immediate and proper steps H1stl'amerIatamor& from Savannah April The FLORIDA will leave Charleston every "SO ets..JIft'yard; < harrows, &e.FIELD .'"
wifl***Br* M efficient organisation. the 17.-J M Hull, M Hearn, H D W Alexander A Tuesa 3 P. M. Returning will leave Pa- EQOi TS. B llOECAIINo. H GAlt Fig'd and Plain Berager Silk Tissues of GARDEN AN1>FLOWER SEEDS I
since
Nearly twenty years hare elapsed H Martin James Green J W Savage Andreas latk a 10 o'clock A M.; Black Creek < Tarltens Swiss, Mull, ,Jaconets plain and -alare variety. FERTILISERS-PemviM
under" most -
ThnmJ. ,
General Government placed itself Canova, J Seaver, P B !March J S stevenson Friday 4 o'clok. A.M. 30 East Bay. South' of- ihe Post Office, checked Guano Sup. Phosphate Lime Bone Dut,.. Po.- .
oJeu obligations, iubequntly recognized in Miss Harrison Mr H W French Cambrics s. plaid and plain i > .
fadler Denslow. M These steamers connect with all the interior S. C. drette Charcoal Dust; Plaster&C1. .
rarie**forms and numerous InIteDCetO the limits of removethe Flor Hamilton M D Cullins, 0 P Mfllhonse K B Stage* of Eas Forida.d connect both ways CH.RLESTOy. Changeable Summer Silks,tront 87| c-to$1; S BIARUFACTURERS *f *'Cn'lEBLt
Seminol ladian beyond Gibbs W Wide Hack! Silks Florence and Marceline 5
Moody. with the Carolina leaping and Mowing Machine; DAilEur
ida. During all this time a constant uneasiness annoyance Return trip April 18.-J E Herti. C Trott. roads.and the seamship Rail ri11E! Subscriber offers ,for sale a well-selected Silks; lay, Straw,ami Stalk Gutter Agent for,th*
A
aDd depression- and ap- Mrs. Holcomb Dr Bowen, S Grantland J W from Charleston assortment of the above Goods, specially A very fine lot of Embroidered Swiss Shawls; sale of Wm.: lio",'. Patent Straw Cutter A

Mthension, arising front restraint the proximity but that of of a lawless Stevens. S Win eld. J W Winston Col Winder $8 GP&g to Palatka. $10lakoDY.. adapted to the Southern trade,which will be sold A few rich embroidered and plain Canton- Crape descriptive cstaQpe"m be sent oa application

race knowing no fear U S A, R W Esten. For farther particulars apply to lwe rates for cash o approved paper. Shawls; S by maiL 3izs' mar 51.s .
sad trgravatod as these apprehensions have been J. W. CALDWELL. Charleston. )Ierhau visiting the city a invited t a White Lace Mantillas &; *
v' repeated acts of rioleuce and murder hare BELLECHASSE & FINEGAN. inspection of the stock. A choice lot of embroidered Goods Pointed
(Another Scientific Wonder-IMPORTANT INIIAIIUBBEIIG000S. '
not permitted our people to be silent. In primary Jacksonville. R. A. PRINGLF Collars

inecunr and through official channels, they hare TO PEPSIN DYSPEPTICS.-true Dr. Dilative J. S. HOUGUTOJCS fluid R. R, REID, Pat. 3 East Bay,South of tbe Post Office, Do. L. C.Ildkft, CMmesettes TJndersleeves TullE .luoen"JIerw.a1"" respertfaOy, can;tb* '

xhausted the language of remonstrance and or J&6 Charleston, S C. Cuffs, &e.; fl, ,attention of hlii old customers and nereJiaat*
the General GoverDllent. But Gastric Juice, prepared from R or the Feb.IO
with ENNET The latest iksLioa
tanortwiity .Ladies Hatsat very low throughout the United State*and Canada to hi* .
veil be feared from recent indications FOCKTH STOMACH OF THE Or,after directions of Line S -
icesi
it mar Opposition carrying P: stock of UubWr Goods, manufactured by bite-
,
that BO Mttled purpose now exists to vindicate Baron LIEBEG the great physiological Chemist PEICE & >n .,_.a; : La-tUw; rUUj kit expressly for the twnms trade el 1SS3. His

the national faith in this particular. Negotiation by J. S. HOUGHTOX 31. D., Philadelphia. the U. S. Mail VADEn ;;1i-h I".mfcet Js: an t Lintngs;' tock of liritHEll CLUTi'U\G.1a particularly S
,
end has signally aie The Pre i- This; is truly a wonderful remedy for iff- Ladies
to this I and Milhrpers, Ties,Gaiters deserving[ of inspection ; u it bat never,betor*
dent after direct and personal assurances to the DIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA JAUNDICE, BETWEEN Boots sat Bootees; been so Complete.nor the articles more perf'td.AX s
Indians that they would be compelled to remove, LIVER COMPLAINT CONSTIP TION. Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Ga., Bay street, FOE OETTLEJCKH EXTENSIVE STOCK OF '
promise their part to do it voluntarily and and DEBILITY curing after HATPEE'S ows ; times keep large assortment of-fine A assortment
a (INSIDE ALL THE WAY) AT a very fine of Keadr-made Cioth-
formal refusal to go has appealed to Coop-ess METHon.by NATURE'S OWN AGENT the GASTRIC cfMJTHS, ing Pants Coats Vests.of Coats, Capes. Par.U Overalls Legging, Cai 4

a to make Rood the declarations of the Executive; JUICE. Pamphlets, containing Scientific evidence Via Pieolata. Black Creek and Jackronville, CASSIMERES, AND and fashion; a beautifulstlle, every of style Summer, iualify.Hat riag. Cloth. Wading Pante. |'UUM Covers ,

has adjourned without of its value, furnished J7a. and St. and Da. VESTI'GS.Which iilovea.CAM ,Machine Belting Engia
tat that body anj provilioa by Agents gratis. rnsick, they for gentlemen; also a superior qnalty of French,
are to make
prepared to in Packing Life Preservers -Air Ball S
,
to vindicate the authority of the Government.The (JO: ee the advertisement. sp2-ly rim, Ga. the best manner. Also msWe Boots and Gaiters; Shirts, Drawers, Wrappers, Whip,and description of Rubber Odn'Kan'lT
of frontier an every
our justly apprehcn- "--- i
people -- Collars Cravats.&e. Cloths Guumerej
.ne ot the demoralizing effect which so markeda OF LETTERS--- "remaining- in-the--Post *- __ft TIE SEA l PACKET Reay.made Clothing) ings always on bacd. Abe, TaIloring done est-to our'hand. The above are 'Warraated.
to stand climate. and will be said at
moat
the Government of its LIST 55g, %, Captain N. any n* J.
disregard by own dignity Ii order on short notice.
Jacksonville Flu March 1S53.
A of food souable Orders solicited
leaves Palatka Monday large Stok Clothing, materials prices. and promptly at- .
fail morningat S
sad authority cannot to produce upon A M every well made. I Planters wishing to make large bills can do as .cujeil to by -
tUw disorderly neighbors already too much Arnold Nathaniel 8 g'doek. au. well at this store as other m the Southern I
Georgeroore., any
to treat both with contempt. The General /rrives at Jacksonville same evening. and a large variety FANCY ARTICLES, States. D. 1 IODT5M AX,27 Maiden Lane. <
jMMsed Ayres. PAngell ManwaringVm
Atsemhly having made no special provision Zalmon T Myers, Win M 2 ; leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touchingat Hats Stocks, CAp.Canes, &c.UmrlD.. of Shirts which, Cravat. A large lot of Negro's Wear constantly on First comer\uA1IlItreec.from Uroadway an New all the above. ,
of the frontier immediately intermediate places as wi b .J
for the protection Aarnau, Manutl Moss, William sold at The LOWEST PRICES. hand. jan 27-om .
constitutionally or judiciously available the Antry Elizabeth Morrell A Through Fare from Palatka, Pieolata, and The public are solicited to call and examine S
Savancah, March 4th
militia must be relied en for that purpose in any James Mones, Antinia Black Creek, %8 W IR. 10-ly Goods and Prices as they will find it to their interest II

emergency that may rise under these circumstances. B MyresJasNMiciiler Through Fare from Jacksonville, 60 to purchase at this store-every article being Spiritualist's Library. i r

Brown, Win J J J no H CON. B. The Welaka coimet with the WM. R. SYMONS sold cheap for cash.L.. I PARTRIDGE St '

The Commander-in-Chief that the Major Badger, los W Maun U J tturnt lp State of Georgia, for Philadel B. AMERMAX, i York BRITTAX- :.. j
ew .
Generals in their respective Divisions will be Brett B W 2 Meguira James l.hiu DUAPEl AND TAILOR, No. 2 Byrne's Block: corner New nan and a complete as ortment of Book and ill
vigilant in observing a faithful compliance with, Bunt Hirom* Mills, Jus S AGENTS'I HAVE devoted to the :
Bay street.JACKSOTVILLE facts philosophy
and execution <. the Militia laws ofthis State; Bunt Benjamin r-iuliens JohnMcKcrray K. R. Pal A7.D DEALER INREDY.tDECLOTH :
and of Sviritualisia which will
April 14, : advocacy they J
and of the Acts of Congress which make it their Baker J H Elizabeth F. WAVER '
G, supply in any quantity,and oa the most favorabl .
returns to be made annually S. M. LAFFITEAU Savannah.
duty to cause proper BarnesV D UBrandon. ,
Jacksonville male tcrus. We refer to the f-
Academy. Spiritual Telegraph for .
to this office of the Militia of their respective G A Ogden, Chas R -tfUnied NO. WHITTAKER
Fe\.2
1 STREET a 1i4 of our P Divisions in time to be forwarded to the Adjutant Brewbter, Oliver 2 Outlaw, Jaues SAVANNAH THE TRUSTEES of the Jacksonville Male THE SPIRITUAL TELEGKAPH fa a' .
i' General of the United States. And it States Line take in
H pleasure
C Oliver, Parker J1ai announcing to weekly devoted to the Elucidation of :.
should be borne in mind that the annual distribution Clemants, J A P. Gloves, Su. penderc, Shirts, and Gentlemen's the patrons of this Institute that the service of Spiritual paper Ph' nen.,trod ,contains record ot

of Arms &c., to the Mates, is made according Clinton, A E Perry S J BEEN Furnshing articles generally. Mr. F. M.Adams, A. M., have been secured as the mo"t iatemtin: ;fact.&. A very .. Jd

to the strength of the Militia duly reported Campbell J W Pierce.los E j Palatka, Fla., and Savaa Ga, Principal. The ,term commenced on ){olJ
through that channel to the President,as required Coffer, Edward Price, Marion (INSIDE ALL jan27-ly April -1th, 1853 at Cu!. Hart's Room recently \ < tntions. i- now ia course publication..
by law : it is therefore of the highest importance Condict Jennings Co Polk Z occupied by Mr. Brown. The pupil are desiredto between Dr. C. W. Richmond and S. B. Brittan. ;
to the interests of this State that FCLL ECTrEXS Clark eabprn Poos Nancy 2 :1 Via Picolcta Blac Creek, and Jacksonville BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM be present at the beginning of the term,so All the back cumber can be furnished. Sub- ;:

be made in due time and proper form, that the ,J W2 Peacock, James M Fla-. and Mary's, Brunswick, and BVSAVANNAH that classess may be formed. fcription price$1 benefit derivable from the general of Arrangements are being made for the speedy
system arming Clay. B C 2 POPS, April Dare Ga. sent FCEE. .
the Militia be cot lost to us. Ca ton, Rozier D Peeler.lartha A m completion of a permanent Building for the Aca.l. The increasing interest, and rapid occurrence ',

The Commander-in-i-hicf considers a dutyto Cole on, Jai W Piers, Dan'l 2 I t riHI; STEAM PACKET W3(. "'lft emy,but until this i. done the present will be oc of fxetJy demand more space and additional services ",,

urge the necessity of a strict observance of this Cotth H Y B 2 Poey.Mr :_. G.tSTECapt.T.E.S1A\V, cupied. Persons desirous of supporting a permanent and the Telegraph! (Volume H, to eotnIBCD -

Order by the Commanders of Divisions but more Capronathan Pierce. Jas H leaves Palatka every Thursday morning at 8 GEOHGIA, School of a high character are invited to cooperate ..C in JIa v next.) will be greatly enlarged '"t
especially by tbe Commander of the Second Division V Perpall Abraham o'cioA. in this effort to sustain: one. after which tbe price will be Two Dollars. 1 a

for the better security and protection of Dcnsoleth Susan B R Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings and WHOLESALE DEALER. IXBu'r'i'Ei B. M. PEARSON THE SI1EK1XAU.Volume 11. is being israed 1

,. the inhabitants ot the exposed frontier Counties; Day Alex H Redd E C leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clock, touching E. A. IteCOTTES, Monthly,and "w devoted to mental and Spiritual .5
And to avoid unnecessary delay in organizingthe Rose Wm A AND CHEESE : A. :. BALD WLN. Science. contains
any Demen, JohnDietoich at all the intermediate points as above. It many important CaCti and ijprof'ounll

Regiments he would particularly point their ,I ,J ohnDemeree Bell, Nancy &J-N.B The new steamer DIRECT FKOH April 7._ expositions of tbe psychological* on ,:
attention to the provisions of the 34th section of Mrs Paul Reid, EttaRoberts which they depend. Each number contain at
the Militia Act approved December 27th 1345 E ,Mrs J J 2 "St. John," COSHENNEW YORK.jan27.I Doct. Josiah Ashurst least S pages of original matter from the ablest ,jo I

which directs, in COM of a refusal or neglect to Engles, John L S now nearly finished, will be put on the line. keep constantly on hand Medicines contributors and is embellished with ,a portrait ;.
hold elections for officers as required by law, that Eubanks WN 4 Spear Anderson yMOE WILL the cure of all Chronic Discuses. No oa steel of some Spiritualist or Reformer.. ,
William
The Steamer Gaston
it shall be the duty of the Brigadier Generals to Eastman, Henry Spencer, Alexander connect charge made for examinations and prescriptions Terms. $3 per annum. __. S
tvltli the Sew Tork Steamers ;
: appoint the Field Offirrtt and the Colonels to appoint Lubanks, Maria S B 2FussiU fcpeneer, Wm e\"cr Saturday. llEllliISllL and what U of most importance, no charge will The first volume ,.f the Shekinah is elegantly f
the Comfuny Offirrrt, which appointments !I F Staples, S A, Mrs 2 11111 be made for failures as they are dear at end bound, and its intrinsic menu aad Sprinted
hall be certified to the Governor to be Comminjioned. Smith .M! Thwugh Fare from PaItk. Picolata, and any
William Henry Black Creek price Among Medicines will be f : artistic beauty entitle it to a place in every !
I FostaaD, Walter Stoat, Calvin 4 $8 0 WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Compound Tonic Pills; Library.. Price in morocco, lettered and gilt, ;
Fare from J
The Commander-in-Chief also would call the. Ferris, Mrs Francis Stevens, Martin Trough acksourie. 6 0 Antifebrile or Antibilioos Pills $3; in mIL-lin. $250.A .

attention of the militia officers of all grades to the Fontane, Geo'geGrisgs talisbnry. Moses B AGE'TS. .ISO DEALERS IN Pile Ointment; liberal discount made tA the Trade. Address .,
Sth rule of the Slut section of the same act which A. E. HERTZ, Palatka. PARTRIDGE It S S
taples.Jartha. BRITTAN
G
Gonorrheal other Mixture
PAINTS and 10 forfeit
m5 Jacksonville. OILS WI.\'DUW GLASS, $c. -$ fur
'
it in these wards: J E 4 Stephens, Mr failures;no Balsams or usual remedied. :Xv. 5 Courtlaudt street, .New York. -J
.4 ifs sudden invasion or insurrection shall Green,Jas Ranno Scott T P CLAGUORN & CO..Savannah. MUSTARD, SPICES & SNUFF, All Medicines infallible. mar 17Eountv S

.* take place or be made or threatened on any ( ,J no 2 Stewart F -Feb..2-t PERFUMERY, BRUSHES &c., Dropsical Medicines cares warranted. J?
portion uf the State, the cmmoanding officer Grant. Richard 2 Sanders, David W FOR Address all communications to Dr. Josiah Ash- Land and General Agency, .

.* of the militia or any portion tlitrt.f adjacent Ginin, Alfred Sauls, oeorgeStricklin pm.AnEB AND LlDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS I urst, Jacksonville East Florida, postage paid; Washington, D. G." -', j.t)

thereto, shall be, and he is hereby anthoru Grothe, William PiotySallis GIBBON'S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH, GA. I or please call and examine certificates, and be referred T. IVAAOCttlt will give prompt .'!t
bed and enjoined to order out the militia under Gomex, E J George 11 United States Mail Line. jan27.6m : to gentlemen. March 17-tf JOSEPH attention to the BOUNTY .
**his command to repel or suppress tbe same, and Govern Rita D RI' LAND CLAIMS of oSevrs and engaged
.' troops thus ordered into service shall be subject Tant,Thomas
H COOPAVS Establishment.EXRY in the FLORIDA WAX or in either of the LIDLAS f
to, and governed by the rules and articles Hunt, Tbos 11 Traile Louis R 3 PhiladJphia and Savannah Steam Navigation Baking WARS in which the U.,States have been engaged,, .

44 ol war of the Guernmeut of the United States Hueotas,Curila G Trigg, Elizabeth Company. IA.nn\'AUE. COOPMAX continues to supply or the Wcr with Great Britain of 1812 -.-to>
.and hull be entitled to an the and emol- Turuer,Sopbonia AThompson the people of Jacksonville with ;
pay Hawkins E R lE new and, splendid side- I I.neE cOltaty claims on the U.Slates for MIUTAT SIZVICES
aments of the same while so in service, and supply of Har ; consisting of
I ware
liar .U wheel steamship GOOD BREAD tc.
Har :011 .- SLTPLIES.rExsioN-j.LOST PEoptaTT ,and to
"aid officer shall forwith report the same to his Tombiu, "STATE OF GEORGIA Cutlery. Cooking ttcnis. Mill Saws, Cross Cut of business
** officer and to the Executive by an Tracers Toney Saws, Hoes, ,Axes, anddrifters' FOR CASH, ANDCASII OXLY. any description requiring an Agent or
commanding Ilaskell. 1,3)0) tons rtgisicr,Capt. WALTER COLLiNS'will Cakith Attorney at \\e a.ihin to1. For procuring Land
Turner. James 2 leave Savannah Tools, and all other usually His store is situated on Bay-street, 2 doors.
artices
Mexpeiia. Hope, ManeyHazzard. a follows: Warrants, his charge will be$3. In other case*
; It u hoped that a trict observance of this rule Ann Tinker, Georgo kept in my line of fcusinesi.C. from the old corner of Wia. Al op (at present tl-e charge will be proportioned to the nature and
; will be regarded by the officers of the militia,of eery \- harris, B 1'au To trie, MrWalker \ednudy.February2.. Wednesday. May 18.4. IOPKIXS Ajrent. F. Waver &Go's.) where can be had at all times I difficulty of the caw. 5
May
grade.By Howard, XHopkius W March ?J. June I. No. 177 4anI: Ga.jaD1y BREAD, C.AKEScnd PASTR Y of every tie- He will also act in connection with Agents or
order of the Governor and CommanderinChief I ,- Mr scription. who be
April 6. June 15. Attorneys in Florida may employed in S
; Hainmons,Jae'artv., T June 23. Persons from the country will find it eqpvecient Bounty Land and other:elaiiiu on term which j'
April
O. S. BURROUGHS llabug, MrJohnson. : W 1 2 JNO. M. COOPER CO. to supply themselves with these articles fresh at maybe a reNt upon. Letters [which 'should be Ii ,
Aid de Camp and acting Adjuuut General* J Walker, T This Slip lias been built! with the strictest regard his counter. Private families regularly supplied port paid] will receive immediate attention. 1i :

of Florida F A Wood'm A 2 to the safety and comfort of her passengers, AND RETAIL DEAL.R IX in town as herefofore. Jane 5. lawtL
_ _ WHOU. 1
Johnion, Mary Wilson: Abram and her accommodations are unsurpassed by any Parties wishing pastry furnished. can at all

STATK OF FLORIDA.FlOPOSED Jones, E W Warren, JosIah L 2 steam aLip on the coast. Books Stationery, times be accommodated with promptness en J. H. G. EcCTJTCHEN. I. I

Jo lcn. Ann J Williams, Drury 51 2 A new steamship now luiding. in ever re- reasonable terms.I I
AXEtDMEXTS TO THE CoXSTITCTIOXor Jones, Wmalow, Jos \V 4 spect elal.the"State :" i CORNER WHITAKER & ST. JULIAN ST&, take this opportunity expressing my thanksfor ATTORNEY AT LAW, i

SAID STATE JO AnD.Jn R Wiaoer. Frank G .2 her place te line during. the month June Xo. C:WarIu'e Range the liberal evidences of encouragement which WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.. :
I u and with the *State of in the Courts of the District and .
Adapted by Ute sixth General Assembly.No. K Walker James next Georgia, SAVANNAH. I have already received and, while respectfully Practices
iessn1y.Vm L \V alton, John makes weekly line, leaving each place on VVedne asking continuance of the same,feel warrantedin te" Claims for Pay Pensions .1

I ( 1.] I Knoppel i, Otto Williams, Mareellns A .liY. 1:0.3 COOPER, ,_ "__ A._ _OLOT._ __ E.1)AP. churning for the bread which I offer qualities Bounty Land, Lort Hones &e. -- .
AN ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and I Kellogg, GeorgeViiliams, Cabin Pas from Savannah to Philadelphia J unsurpassed in all the essentials which go to make 1st. L'ya late act of Congres off truffles ofrerolctinnary

Twenty.Th d Clauses .f the Third Article, Knight, B F 2 Walker, hOUul, $25 Printing and Bookbinding executed with the staff of life palatable, pure, and wholesome.I Soldiers ar entitled to Pensions. '
and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of Kcrren. S E \\eebbJobnU'L Cabin passage from Sav. to New York, 2 Maines and despatch. will continue to use the best flour which,with 2d. The widows of officer and soldier of th* .

the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this ViileyLewLsLosurn. Steerage, personal experience in the art Baking,justifiesme Late War,War with Mexico and the Florida '
N. Y.
State. Louis Z Weston, John Carey C. A. L. LAMAR Agent i:ava.UEIWX Foreign Books imported to order at prices. in promising my customers Good Bread, &c War, are entitled to Pensions if their husbands r.

JohnLwe' & MARTIN. _Feb. 10-tf _.__ march 24-tf HENRY COOPMAN. were killed in service or died disease contracted
SEC. 1. Be it enacted bv the Senate and Hovtt Lane Charles G Wither -- -- o
Reyretetattcet of the State of Florida in Central \a hin.ton'injcd,Thos E Agent i Philadelphia. while in service. 1fMPOKTERS .
2 Feb. 24-tf Dissolution Notice. 3d- All widows who have received'five year?
Volney
__
Notice.
Auemblf convened lhat the fourteenth I _
be- pension are entitled 10 a renewal of their Pensions.
l&naeofthe third Article of the Constitution of Luli'n. Henry P Woodard, Drea Corpartnership heretofore existing v
Etttn NEW YORKPACKET THE the undersigned under the style of E. of Taylor, Richardson & Co, of S
this State be so altered ud amended as to read I THJfirm
as follows ru: "Thereshall be a Secretary of Laferre, Isaac Young Otis L. HAKRI&ON & CO., is this day dissolved Florida, having been dissolved Thee can be obtained by addressing a* above, j!

fetal elected by the qualified voters of this State Lareigne, W mPeD LINE. by mutual consent. The business of the firm, will by the death o' f,'mard Taylor, [one oBheJ..Irtnerll" post paid. Yeb.Um., t 4
.
.the first Monday in October, in the 1856. applying for letters in the above list be adjusted by J. P.SANDElt=:. upon wh mall .] the- : f ilie partnership will

'BO shall continue in office during the year term of will say they are advertised they may not get isjebted are requested to call and make ij 'e d.! >'.,!. a-..; iU *' .m wound up by the sub- Watches, Gold and Silver Ware. ,

far years; and be shall keep a fair register of the them. mediate payment as it is nccejsary that the o.-:.ib.-r..U<>ruvy in fi.t..1 the surviving partners. 1. 11. MILLER CO., 1 "
7-3t books of the late firm should be closed without JONATHAN BtlUCK WHOLESALEWATCH ,
official f the
acts and Governor and ApI
proceedings*
_ delay. E. L hAlt .1SO.V. No 1274, Nr. 3d St., Phila JEWELRY\ HOUSE -'
shall when ,lay the and all i
same,
repaired
The New and of Packets
papers I Regular line between
-
SANDERSON March 12 1853" 31CoPartuership
J. P. S. E. Charles it.
Xo.227 Baltimore at., cor.
minutes and vouchers relative before the
thereto
Cotton and machinery and New York Jacksonville, and Palatka, composedby Jacksonville, f pril 2, 19..1. ap 7-4t. 1'
General Asiembly, and shall perform such other Woolen the new and fast-sailing schooners.Io.epi i lVotice.TJ1HE English and Swiss Waiehe. s
duties as may be required of him bylaw : Pro- Steam mil and Engines Cirlce,270 tons A. ROGERS Com'r. description atch ease .
tided, That Ue term of office of tbe Secretary ofState fTTtHE ESSEX C' Y, LA WHENCE, MAS- Jerry Oat, lft' tons J. S. ROGERS, The Subscriber will continue the business of interest of Bernard Taylor deceased, in Makers and.J.bnufzctarersoC fineGo1d': Jewelry.We .
Com'r Merchandizing at the old stand of E. L. Harrison JL the late firm Taylor, Richardson & Co. attention of Southern and Western
to be elected under this amended Constitn- SACHC ETTS, will; prompt]v execute all or call the
will the
tioa, ahaU not commence until the term of officeof J for Cotton! andX oollen )Machinery of all ply.regularly in btween ports. & Co., where he will be pleased to dispose of Jacksonville, Florida, having been purebJby dealers in Watches. Jewelry and SilverWare,to

the officer BOW elected shall expire. and will contract for whole Mills from the Agent JOSEPH Water goods at mnch lower rates than ever before offered.A Jacob Jl. Taylor a new Co-partnership has our very extensive stock assuring them that in

&.c. 2. Be ttfurthereiuicted 1 bat the twenty- kind or steam engine to the finishingma GRlCE. it continuation of the patronage heretofore so been formed between the surviving partners, no article in our line shall we allow any establishment -

third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution chine.wat Steam Saw for gangs or single Agents in B1SBEC & CANOVA., liberatly extended to tbe late house of E. L. Edward T. Richardson. Watson Malone;am to surpass us/either in quantity quality or

of this Mate be so altered and amended as saws. Machinists' Mi of every description. Harrison & Co. is respectfully solicited.F. llvood Backman and Jacob IL Taylor, under or low prices. We are the only Wholesale Housein

to read as follows, ris: A State Treasurer and Locomotive and Freight Cars. Machinery of all Agent in R.Palatka.K. DUKE. C. BARRETT, Agent. the name and style of Taylor Richard
Comptroller of Public Accounts shall be electedby kinds on band either finished or in progress, so All goods directed to their care will be promptly b1> whom the business of the former- firm will be use every fair means to induce Southern and Western
the qualified electors of this Mate on the first that orders be filled in short notice. forwarded. Dissolution Notice. oniinned as heretofore. merchants to oven accounts with us- Our *

Monday in October ia the ytar 1S56, and every ft>TennJ ca are very low. September 1S52. fflHE Copartnership heretofore existing in the EDWARD T. RICHARDSON terms snail be as liberal and accommodating M 5
two yean thereafter. Persons contracting for Mills will be furnished 4th 2tJacksonvile J3 St. Johns steam Saw Mill between the subscribers WATSON MALONE. can pasdihly be found in the United States. ,*

SEC. 3. Be it furthrr rnacted That the thir- with for arranging the Mills, without under the style of DANIEL MOONEY ELLWOOD BeCKMAN, \\e will take great pleasure in .showing our

teenth Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitu- drawing Foundry & CO is dissolved by mutual consent. J. P. S JACOB H.TAYL011. goods to Southern and WesUt.it merchants. --. a'
tion of this Mate be so altered and amended as GORDON MeKAY, Agent. Sanderson and J Jaequlin Daniel baring purchased March 12, 3. 31 whether they o**>en accounts WITh us or not. .it

to read as follows Till The Clerk of the Supreme AP2My .1' the interests of George Mooney and K. L. L. MILLER It CO.. 1 .
Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery __ -- ::%C x; t:& Harrison therein. HOUSE. febS-Gin Importers Watches,Baltimore .

hall be elected by the qualified electors of this Charles De Waal, Auctioneer, J. JACQULIN DANIEL, GLMCH -- Eastern Circuit of Fl.rt.
Circuit: Court,
the first Monday in October in the GEORhE .
State on MOONEY
year having extensive and '-
SUBSCRIBER. Dowel Cou.t .' :
JACKSONVILLE, THE .ubcribcl mae THE da. ,
1836. ADd every four years thereafter, and the E establish E. L. HARRISON fc CO. S
Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by Sales in any part of the County attended to, ment, are now prepared to thei Jacksonville, Fla., April 13, :. having recently "opened Samuel Bryant, S

the qualified electors in such manne. as is nowr and respectfully solicited. Engines of any required power from The St. Johns steam saw mill will hereafter the above House, would rcspwituiipr vs. I t L

may hereafter be prescribed by law. November Utb, 1332. t Seam hundred horse; be conducted by the undersigned sole owners, licit the patronage of the public. 1 here Joseph S. Baker Sarah K.}Chancery,

SEC. 4. Be it further enaettd. That the sixteenth His Auction Rooms and Stre-oul are kept Saw Milk; i under the style of SANDEKS 'N It CO. are at this time some with five to fire six rooms unoccupied The Hose Baker, hu wife Calvin j ;
Clause ofthe fifth Article of the Constitution S J. P. SAXDEROY.J. several of the same places. Bryan and other
on Bay Street, near the principal market; wherebe Sugar Mills; of the Post I
of this State be, and the same is hereby so keeps on hand at all seasons of the year on Horse Powers; J. DANIEL. is within one hundred The and fifty undersigned yard is Agent IT having been made to appear by affidavit that

Umdaad amended to read as follows vii : the most reasonable terms, family Groceries and I Grist Milk.,and all other machinery used ia April 13. :. apr 14-4t Office and wharves four; horse Coach and.two'uone 1 Juscpa :. Baker a-nd barab Lhis wife&w. :
Tkere shall be aa Attorney General for the State Provisions,for cash or country this; country.Iron -- for Gen.Scott's for OcaU semiweekly t tbe deteu who shall reside at the seat of Government ; it Goods sent to Subscriber on Commission either and Brass.Castings. Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Hack Mail lines,both leaving apply at the office u( liiniU of this State and in th* State of Georgia! '
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hall be his duty to attend all sessions of the for private or auction di.psl. will be quickly Steam Bat. &aw Mill, and other repairing, at For further particulars and News.- 'I ()a motion of 1L Dorman Solicitor for eomptain- ,

GeMraI.u.ab11. aDd upon the passage of any attended to and amounts short Road. the Jacksonville S.. Republican JAMES .ASKE\V. antitu-ordered that notice be given.MOM I

act. U draft and submit to the General Assembly Subscriber has been known in this community fora 0I1-AU 1\lahir purchased from us will b will :be received until jhe first 8, 18 'tf. newspaper published ia this circuit requiring too
Svt the saoe oD. all neee ary forms of pro- number of years as auctioneer and otherwise. put in any part of tbe Stt PROPOSALS constructirg this Road in Palatka January aid Joseph S. iiaker and fNuah IL,kk wits to
eeeduags under neb laWI. which when recommendations but desires that machinists when desired and the said complainant's i1l.
approved He offers no competent upon whole or in sections of one mile and upwards or appear aaawer
all be MbbsUd therewith and be shall of reasonable mouths otherwise said bill shall,bet
per- inquiries should be made regarding hiusl. &rO.Drwings for and grading the Road Noe.rulilE within four ; J
separately opening
fem ,1&l tbr duties a* may be prescribed b1 House at the place ad estimates furnished, without pro co-atc4o against them and that thia
any res.denc for and the plank.
laying _
and this day
Commerc sawing been
U having ap-
elected the undersigned
HTv50 quaLiAed elector CHARLES DEW charge. of the order bo puLILhed as aforesaid once a week eoaMculively -
$ ,** ***"****!*fthe October in AL. MOONEY & GOOKIN A profile of tbe route and specifications JJ pointed and qualified by the Hon. Jcde for four inouh*. -- t
after the lit of 'from
work be obtained May
yes r ( 20, aad every four years thereafter may of Probates;for the County of Hernando and W. A, ,.lO&WARDJadgekeacksonvm.tfreh -.,, "
Newt Spring Goods Founders and Machinists. the President at Jacksonville.By Administrator of the Estate vf It
Me_, be , the Gets-' Jacksonville, March 1. 1853. 10ljHERWATJDEZ order of the Board : Daniel Simmons deceased. late of said County, > .:
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teal AmWy,sM ball reiv for bit servicesa J. P. SANDERSON ., hereby notifies all persons indebted to said Estate Court Probates, at Chamberi

cosgpeosalix u b* tx4 by law Provided, HANKINS HARDEE & REYES, President.March23th,1S53. to tome forward *nd:make immediate payment MAKCH12.I8SZ.ernano It
That the tern ef .eu si the Attorney General ap7lwNotice. and all tEoae having claims against the same to State of Florid\"r

r to b* -eUcted fader this aea* U4 ConstitutronfbaQ HAVE now- i are. received per recent ar Drapers and I ailors, S pre ea',ea bT the statute,or they will be barred.S County,S. S. i __ '-_ .r.S ', S

DOC comaKM*aota lbs term *f offle* of the French Printed JACK FHERNANDEZ" S ).. ,- ELIJAH SIMMONS.31-St, A.Sctton and Washington T.Mayo Eas
iBcer elected shall Ver rich lllD.Hg. ONVILLE S County,FLv March 19,1833. John .jl f
X> BOW xpir*. Muslins, in return their STOCKHOLDERS of the Jacksonville Hernando *. the Estate. ol'P er.W. Law, 4.- 5
& L A it farther tnacttd. That said le- D Lr clon ., THE ceased vs. Martha C.Law and others. I
Calicoes :
Road are
English Friends and the Public Plank Company
iMeiahall .b*conducted &Del the returns thereof Frcla ; : Alligator _.jdvnn1tationNotice. To >Ira Martha C. Law,,widow of Pate! W. 11
a tb* mnner ftow preribd. or which Shirting*and htg every quality and generally for the liberal patronage they have.re- hereby notified that,.the Board" ol 'Directors of is hereby given that six weeks from Law, late of said county deceased aad ta all :4!' I
of 20
width b strict attention to business have made_ an elllmeDt, .
; <> ,bj aid ,
aay hereafter b*prescribed by law,for the election Lancaster cive aud pe> Company before the NOTICE shall apply to the Jnd e of ProbateOf others concerned to whom these pnst&U,ahall, Is
lO-t 11-4,12-4 of the share on or
each payable
Having S
re cent S
Qu "atinunc on S S S "
'le per !
of Aesaber to Congress from thi* gut; met ; Dafal county for tetters Administration on come geetiDN. -. V

P4I it cbAO beta* duty of time .vera.r to'iss A, large&e.aflofwhich assortment Hea-me Coth c they prepared latest styles'to execute direct all from work the entrustedto North lit The day Stockholders ot Jnne next.-are requested to make prompt the EsUte of_ Philip Smith, Auon.TJiOD, and .-know ye that you are hereby emmand'
ommi*> ud the seal olthe State to the ko wi e a a 3 *deceased.MarchSlsClSSS. '. p ed to be sad appear before this court on UM )
lowest market with
their in '
care despatch,and a to
the number of votes foiuA pce'N. workmanlik payment 6w W.S.HARRIS.SIX 'of' next to contest demur 5
twno&s receiving highest Treasurer.' 21st day May ; or ;M
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B. occupied by They invite to give A. \.REED. Jae1u'oDvine.
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fILO.aL .el. IDer. :.
a the ease may be.tb* proving ut ettIM will
Moody & 2d Dr. CIIAFEE CharlestollIt. ,
street,
J. ,
Byrne's O.
-SanG&RW.AuDnt.TPa.fd the House Bour.Jalr frm newbuildingassuring I S. of La"DOa .
weeks after date win apply M George and testament. Peter ,W. \
*f ReprteeoUtives by die Constitutional majority,: Ap1t.1S' shall moderate,and the",all public ,that, their prices WB. B. FORT ROSS. Savannah.Alligator, : Her1lert.HonJlldpo: Probate of Columbia tiveiy'mado by him;'the laid'-Law, in his tostUlnets.

Jaamary S. IsfiS. Passed th*' Senate by the Mysterious Eappings Accounted for! b. penwantd_ & i : County.for letter of administration on the .- S '

MHistitnUflfial aJorItLunar7 6,1853.Orrtcx fit.N. _B..-.Cutting- Repairing at the" By order- of', 7LpSAkDERSON.the Boa*: .- i estate of orp'W Roberta,late of'said. .coun' inn under my hand anj private'seal:ther*
dOe
a 'neal of offiae thU .I2ta da of MarcbA.
being no ;
or SccurAtr'or STATE, > JUST, RECEIVED Hats. a large assortment to..Yor .I ar, notice -I, Feb.- 10-Iy ,5 5 5 President-SS' 1.4ocea.aec1J.1AR.YA.lW' ERTS-. 1)JlS3a. (L. S.) E. J.'.KNIGHT.y .
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Ctl/* <, X.tJ"; Mar*% 185S. $ a le low Fanc1Cva' :: Blood od and Bouse April1-3w' 5- : Alligator March 26,1333. 31-6 Jade of Probate, ileroando Coutr. Fla.
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-LCxAxun W. Downxa, Secretary of State S n i -, S -
tar the 1OINS.k' HRDEE : ; then-thankate the inhabitants ,qnanity, r- mnrch'r'5 I
&a.t.e of Florida d* hereby certify the RETURN .tJ IXDO\V BLINDS-Large NOTICE. : J.J"r' 5-
ian thgt4be a true Bd orreet copy *f the N. n. Store: formerly- occupied bj'Meszri.Mo&Boalter. ,and vicinity for their liberal yV eeind aDdw.ale by- :', A JJj personsr bavin demandt kgainsi the S NOTICE.:- :

e4inal o.l1eba tbuofio*.. patronage bestowed upon te.i they em ,..apr.fJ.orE$ A.1U .: /%,. ..Batata of John W7 Powers late of Columbia _: : 58-fi '

.Ja Wkreof; I have hereunto April 12th,.1833.14-tf, meneedbumnessandbope aeno ,A, count}',, deceased,are hereby notified to present 1XTYJlUS from date Lwik. mb U at.'r
.- ,:afbe41 aipa&Im..4 th*Great Seal of pleas, to merit a continuance of the 1 : S them duly proven within the time prescribedbylaworths.no4leIilIbep1ead1nb.roty. the nuncupative will of iJtorg w. Stewart

./'.? thSUtefFlo. DOM,at tb*Capitol, Goshen TheyhveeonitantlyonbndM] assortmentof : London: -P rter.. : deceased.bun tberiadgt' ProbaU. ; for.Ch.

.3 r is the City ofTaHahas***.on Monday,the < ter. D o Ready Made Clothinr.HaU a. Cub of. London Porter .B B.Byas'i; > lQen1..pd.a1l.person* Indebted to said astato IaaIIia eoaoty i sa>i heirby-,uotifr th* lent 4 a S

''&. 2hdayofMar kA.D.la33and seveatyeventh .' t K of,Gosh'en; receivedaadforaoleby -.," *,' Sho Stationery,hard wa. iy JIPt reoeind and for. : arc reaaected t*make immediate aJIHutl ki,to th .dlec ,.that-they may coco*'. 'forwtl- -, ."
1: Groceries and '
Drugs s&ViAif.OppwJte < **
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year of the Independence of the Cre. PrTioD. > -'IA: : l ,A J,:TV WRIGHT ulhoDtaUhe..iltm..a.
ttQN J todtoAmir$* JA.VIES lANIM :gr-W1o. .. [ ,they a id.- Dr. Byruili BeJldiDS : /. -, ', : .iAtIJA'r,: S CllARLts,a TE WIST;': ,
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Dr. t cash prioci. -- S 19 '' f
.j C, W. DOWNING Opposite Uttrst.' BI. JackK TillJan.2alS3a :' _mar3 S -- Baystrec. y SS ,, :.! January7tbS33.i\ J3.6m Jannary. :jsaZ'44 -
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: TUB .FJ qJ1JJ)A. REPUBLICAN CHARLESTON ADVERTISEMENTS.. AVANP1 A ADVERTISEMENTS.' :i, For: Sale. ieonar d's -'TrY; ;ItSHAVINff '1'-. .D'1 uratrdta* t.-f nfcogrts.,- ti .
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t: !Jaekso.jrllle- ''tu.ito! Darnl, VEI.YTIU: Conwly D..AT, E.' .,.bT', 'Soda ...Wnter.r'flhllE =, I 1. yaiubSuinaCottofl'ft. i ,4. ; S. ':SOAP.Makes ome o U.D D'c?euyIvsnlaj fcr tto., JUetaaAnother ( '

JOLUjtKUS subscriber continues the manufacture of 1DijA Rr iNDi'Trnr'J .... :Scientific
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i V. DREW. .. S. :Xand:In Florida.rffUlB Wcer I IGREAT
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'.Ii! : JL SODA. WATER. at his Old Stand,' r hIJ J undersigned. offers the following, .Val- CURE

: Tux'-' Three Dollars per annumrayabl. llarket, oppo.Ah.O", Street, BUILDINGS, JL nable Property for sale vi; I 't'
\ C.: : His SUGAR PLAN IATthNknown5aa St.
. t *pon odUring! the Paper. CHARLESTONS. flr.ughtfn.St.,'svtuieb;0.. osephs. ;situated in St.:: John'county, at the DYSPEPSI.t ;

,t. 'Subscriptions,if not paid before the expiration All orders promptlfatten'ded to.CHARLES.' I W. MORREIL. N. F..w nSTER. bead of JMataniss River,; in Graham Swamp, 'it S rS.5 ,'"

t .f the'year, are charged $-1. CLARK. containing\3LO; acres,'of which about tOO! are of :
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. i Charleston March 2S 13)3.: ap7-4t ,well'c1eared $ j" ,1 ; .
Advertisement* will be inserted at the following '. rich loam, based on marl; 600 are .
House Fur EstabllbmintPusititure
. --- listing boronghly: ditched and at present under enltivatidu -
4: ; rates One Dollar per square (twelve lines)for of'well and
OLIVER FARNUM iifr Wholesale and.RetaU., ,j'about 65 acres re-supplied
: the first and Cents for subsequent located on the
Seventy-Five ? every plant(ane.Oentraily plantation
mitE subscriber dctlres to emU the further attention -
Wholesale Liquor and i s a superior Steam Engine, with $ugar mill and
insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal Grocery, .It 0 the Florida public to his well
complete Sugar works, capable ofma.onf.\eturing .EPSIN.iT
r discount will be made. All transient Advertisements Provision Dealer, known establish) tent, for the tale of to to 15 bhds per day and saw mill attached l

:: i ; (except by persons noting a running! account No. 189 EAST BAY CHARLESTON, FURKJTURlMATERIAL and HOUSE FURNISHING running two single eawc.' Also,: finely situated t

ti with the office) mast bo paid for previous to publi Softvery DESCRIPTION. on pine land commanding a view of tho whole ilautation. :- ,
, i cation.Persons. HAS constantly on hand a well selected stock House-keep. and merchants can supply themselves ) a. comfortable' two story and attio j jSS
III Liquors and Groceries, which be offers with eve article for general use or for flame dwelling house,containing ten rooms, and
l''I k at a distance! can govern. their remit- I for sale low Orders from the country carefully forming a!good *ore stock. necessary outbuildings.:' The works and build- + S :; : L Lr .c

I j! r Dances'for advertising,by the following rates: and promptly attended to.rjTermsCAsa Everything in the line of business mentioned ings1 are all in complete ,order for immediate d

:,. it One square (hrei..U.ca) published; months on CITY ACCEPTANCE. kept on hand, nclud'mg Parlor, Hall, Bedroom ccnpation.' Also a fine stock several hundred the richest, heaviest, thickest, : ,: .:
'; April 7-y and Kitchen Fu niture, and sales will be made head mixed Dnrhams, and common breeds of of anShAY' : .
lor. 91000 West and most permanent lather TIIE'TRUE r "I' 'J';
breed
cattle about 80 fall
't Jr. : upon as pod terms: as purchases can be effected and a stock of _
f f II I Two squares,for six months, li: 00 GEO. ABBOTT & CO., at the North. I.V.. MORRELL'S. India fcfhecp, which will be sold with the plantation ing Soap now in use.LEONARD'S nIG

;:: .i E i JLegal and other Business Cards,per an. 10 00 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN march Old 24 .established stand. Savannah, Ga.! if desired. or separately.ALSO, -'*' STIE'.n fl

1: ;!, Notices to debtors and creditors, 7 00 :n-.. s ...:ni sjrjr'@ -5-- The tract known as "St. Ann," containing FLAVORING EXTRACTS OR, f
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Application for letters of administration, 5 00 675 acres, mostly of high heavy hammock and "
"fii Vanilla Rose
Lemon Risitarr the
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. namely, Prepared from ,or fourth
rich soil from thiee to six fe& natuaor
i;, ; Notice of Application for<]i.'mis8alas Administrator OILS VARNISH prairie having a Peach Orange, for Cakes, Puddings, THE ox, after directions of Baron LTEBIG
. ((0 1n depth, based on marl. ,
;. $10 00 WAHL fcc are the by J.a.
rLAT Ices
. ." PUTTY SIEft ANn SIEll n ALSO, Pies, Custards, Creams, ge Phy.ologeal.Cheb.'
WINDOW GLASS ton,
$' : For&nnoe.mentofcandiatcsforoffice, 5 00 The two tracts known respectively as "Mala choice, and exceedingly convenient. H.P.

:. j;' No announcement will be made unless the same And every description of Paints found PURCHASERS IN FLOKIDA and els .Compra" and "Bella Vests," adjoining each! very Housekeepers should never be without sion This is a truly Jaundice wonderful rmtd' .
't. In a Point Store, : vicinity of Savannah, are it- other, and being at the head and on the East Dympepsis, CWnf&*'
I the delicious
accompanied with the amount charged. and is them. Those who delight in stipation, and Debility,' curing '
subscriber has hand
$ formed that the on side of Matanzas Uiver, and containing in all
. 1.!.1 ; Editorial notUes for private benefit will be No. 97 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. constantly receiving from the best and most respectable 1175 acres. The Southern half of 1\1 ala Compra, I. flavor and exquisite perfume of own method, by Nature's own agent, t e1'.

:::& ;, charged double the rate of advertising.: manufacturers in the conutry rich DIAMOND which is of heavy hammock, and St. Ann, lie Fruits and Flowers, will find in these trio Juice. '.
Also on hand Fresh Cainphene and Burning : RUBY, PEARL; and other JEWELRY immediately contiguous to' St. Josephs, and Extracts all that they can -llalf a teaspoonful bf hr.
:! :f Religious; ,Obituary,and Marriage notices willIe Chan- Flavoring Pepu.
,
Fluid, and every description of Lamps and and sterling Silver Ware, such as might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus water,w dige dissolve .
I l ( published gratis.Communications. deliers for burning the same, at the Manufacturers' TABLE, DESERT and forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards desire. chief I, t10 hours, out of the ODa

; 1:1.: must bo post paid. prices. TEA SPOONS and FORKS, uf2000 acres. The balance of these two LEONARD'S LEMON SYRUP, being Pepsin is the great element, or .

V Agent for Bloke i Fire Proof Paint. SILVER PLATES WAITERS, tracts is of Live Oak hammock based on closelyconcreted made from FRUIT instead of from Acids, principle, of the Gastric Jaieet Sdtnttftke
f n TEA SETTS, CASTORS, CL'PS and shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture Fo. the Pun/ywg, # 'Stu latl.
is
f April 7-y kinds not only
;
all the
ordinary ,
as are gent of the Stomach ,
GOBLETS
.i BUSINIS CARDS. SAUCERS, and of the first quality for Sea Island Cotton Itt-\
:,-f.t- _-_ -.-.-- -- ------ South Carolina Paper Manufacturing TUMBLERS, PAP BOATS, and Tobacco They might be easily brought far more pleasant, but also more healthful etrtd from the Digestive t '
; LEGAL. SOUP and SAUCE LADLES, under cultivation, having been in years passed and wholesome and makes the most forming AM AKTirimi. DrgEV'ruitDw
Company. PIE, ICE CREAMCAKE and cultivated in Cotton ot which the yield was agreeable of summer drinks. precisely like the natural Gatrio in its

s-'V. FRUIT KNIVES, SOLIDS frequently one bale of ginned cotton to the acre. I chemical powers,'and furnishing .complete tad
r (1:; Jam Bryant, Subscriber, Agent of the above Compa- SILVER DESERT, PICKLE and There is on the place a large number of sweet LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Those desirous perfect subs2itutefor tt< By the 'aid of this preparation

if ATTORNEY AM) COUNSEU.OK-AT-LAW, THE Legs leave to inform BUTTER KNiVES, orange, pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach of using Mustard that is not half the pains and sills of Indigestion a

: : a31Dh a Printer and Publishers NAPKIN RiNGS, SALT CELLARS and trees, and an tftffthsive sour orange grove, all rice-flour, and wish it perfectly PUM, Dyspepsia are remove just A they would be
eo t:: ::DW Q that the extensive: Mill of tho :South Carolina Pa- FRUIT KNIVES. of which, with. proper attention, can be easilyrestored should try Leonard's Pure Mustard, and a healthy is doing wonders for Djs:
:J' <: is now in full Silver plated Spoons, Forks and Ladles. Cake to their once promising condition.All peptics curing case of debity.emio.n
;: Manufacturing Company operation article different
i ; per and they will enjoy an very von decline, and dy
J. P. Sanderson: man facturing Baskets, Castors, Waiters, Snuffen Trays. ofthe above tracts are situated betweenone Cnl sop.
. t .. UOOK AN1 NEWS PAPERof Ivory I balance Handle Knives,!and silver platedon or two miles from the ocean, of, healthy from what is usually called Mustard. posed to be on the derge of grave. The S',
t.; J .ATTOHKKY; 1I COUXSRU.OU AT LAW, Desert Knives, fine twenty- with entifie evidenced on which it is based
all sizes and of the best quality. fctccl.Table and location, and in convenient communication i f t
: h Ull: :.n. ::D 7tl :l Q ALSO, one day Marble Mantle Clocks, and common the; City of :St. Augustine, being about thirty highest- degree- curious and remarkable.

t j\:; Jack-onvillv.Jnn. 17. 1830. tf MANILLA WRAPPING PAPER, Bras Clocks of every description. miles to the South, by land, and about the same SCIENTIFIC .CVIOEXCE.
.!; 1hjl suitable for Grocers. Hardware Dealers, &e. Gold & Silver Lever and Lepin.Watches, I distance by water, by the Matanzas itiver.ALSO Bardotte's Tasteless Baron LIEBEO, in his celebrated work

No rains or expense has been spared to render Fine enamelled Hunting Watcr.es, Chemistry, says: ".A n Artificial au'mal ,
,...&t : JAmES H. BAKER equal to the l.est Northern Mills ; all the latest Gold & Silver Watch-Chain, Seals& Keys, The tract known as "New Hope," lying 16miles WORM SUGAR 'DROPS Fluid, analagous to the Gastric Juice maybe',
'.;1 been introduced Gold & Silver Thimbles, by water North of St. Augustine and between -
,:' ATTORNEY AT LAW, and most approved machinery having readily prepared from the mucous membrane of
into the Gold & :Silver Specta.les, the North river and Guana creek both. the Stomach of the Ox in
same. which
.1 AtIigoinr. Columbia Co., Emt Florida. article
t't : : All orders promptly attended to by Rodger's Fine Pocket Cutlery, navag.ablc for large boats. It contains 575 acres of food, as meat and Eggs, nl0
.. ----- JOSEPH WALKER, Razors and Razo*Strops, I hammock and pine land,and is well situatedand changed,and digested just in wl b IfN.

'.r pt'.f.tll H. WHIT SITIITH1ATTORET {U Agent, 82 East Bay, CHARLESTON, Card Cases, Port Monaies, &c. i adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock at they would be in ll human itomach.Jmt.

.,.... ,..' South Carolina, Particular attention will be givei to Repairing raising. Dr. COJIBE, in valuable writings on the
...; iot AT LAW, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ALSO, '
hODII Physiology of observe "
i' Comm'it 'ar that
-t CrJuinlilii Co. H ,l Florida. Wholesale Paper From his andcJJtenslt"e: fOCih.ties landat' Salt ," Digestion" a.
: liga'ot' >t> long experience 9300 acres unimproved Spring diminution of the
{.. E. -__ _ ,he confidently believes he wll sal isfy all who at the north end pi Lake George, on the St.:: and quantity of Gastric Jufeois
--- band a all-prevailing of
Constantly on prominent cause DJI-
,4.,, with
favor him their patroiage. Johns riverimmediately west Ltrayton Island.
fHt HOPKIXS & IIJIAIIAM STOCK CF WRITING PAPERS may Hill terns as favorable, I. pepsin, and be states that ".distinguished professor
ft A LARGE prices are as low and The track embraces "Salt:: Spring" and "Salt of medicine in London who
I ; ), t t: Attorney' ot LAu, Or EVERY ESCRIPTION, as at any other establishment inthe State.S. Spring creek," which nearly equally. divides it afflicted with this complaint,,finding was severely thing:
every
of all Assorted Colored .Pa No 1 Harkct-Sqaare,
WILMOT
11 Wrapping Pagers through its whole length, and is navigable from
; OFFICK nt P.\L.\'l'I\ Fla., else to fail, bad recourse to the Gastric Juice obtained
r kinds, per, March 24-tf Savannah,Ga. the river for boats of thre or four feet draught. from the stomachs of &nimaliwlmichj'rovrd
t'L 11: :! '. "trn..Y..practice in the LI\ tern Circnit.atruitcd Bninells Cards plain, enamelled, Printing Inks. The land ia mostly rolling yellow pine of the first living .:
: completely
, $! .' to their care trill be promptly attended 'lufu.
and colored, from Palmetto of kind
" ) ParmentPaperLetter.CopyingB quality, entirely free any Dr. GRAHAM the famous works en1
.
19 lS52.-tf:
i 'o. February : and thought to be cotton land, together with
AGENT FOR JOHN T. WHITE, good Vegetable Diet," : "It is remarkable'fact :
l : Type and Stereotype Foundry; .-This Paper is very tough; ebows some considerable bodies of cabbage and live They contain no calomel or,rnercury in in that says the stomachs.of
: 1'( tj OSSIAN HART, up a perfect and distinct copy, and offerS oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. any form, or any deleterious ingredient .physelog impart to the fluid ani"
ATTORNEY AT LAW R. HOE $ CO., the advantage cf texture and surface which ma.ybe The location also embraces facilities for construct- attractive to of various articles of prP
!J F4Z The Booksare whatever, and are at once ( erty dbolt"ing food,
) Printing Press and Circular nwMnn'y. written upon without spreadinf. ing one of the largest and most practicable water eff
of
artificial of them
t.1., ; :,: KEY VEST: FL,\., MAYNARD 4- NOYES' well bound and paged, ani arc sold at the powers, as, independent of the flow from the the eye, pleasant to the taste, and sure no different from the natural digestion dig stirt i

..:' Pjeticexin the Tnitrd: States:: and State: Courts Celebrated Writing Ink*. manufacturer's prices i'\ single ones or in quantities. spring, the waters of lake ChcrchelL, about four in their operation. Children eat them 1 pro

:.f! :; of the J&uthern District of Florida. miles length by one mile in breadth, may be I with great avidity and pleasure. ce.s.CO-Call on the Agent, and get descriptive. .
l1-;;; : :Jrily 10-tf ($3-All the above at Manufacturers' prices. PArENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING made availableby a canal of about 16 chains in ; circular, grti giving a large amount. of Mien-'

i.e. eo:1r4i April 7. PRESS. length: yielding an inexhaustible supply witha tific to the above, together
: t 'FRED. CLAY BARRETT! fall of at least 1(3( feet. The spring itself, the UTICA, Dec. 2, 1852- reports of remarkable cures,from wtl
tl:;. Aviary Public, Johnston,.Crews & Brawley, With this press copies are taken with more water, of which has been analyzed by Prof. Gent.-The freqnent calls and favorable United States. a parts
and much than with the Screw
ease, quicker Chelton of New York and shown to be of valuable -
jf.f : Commlnlonvr for Acknowledgment reports we get of the use of BAR AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER. .,
taking
i IMPORTERS AND WII1LESALE DEALERS IN Press and others ordinarily in use. It does not medicinal properties, is of capacious dimensions -
. and is not liable to DOTTE'S WORM SUGAR DROPS, reminds me Dr. HonghtOi Pepsin has produced the most
1r of Deeds require fastening down, get '
't" : being 60 yards in diameter, and mosteligibly
marvellous effects in
curing Debility,
Din GOODSJ out of order. of the promise I recently made to send Da.or .
ii:1.: : And other Instruments Writing, to be used in and picturesquely located. Its positionin Emaciation,Nervous Decline,
METALLIC DAMPENER a commercial agricultural point of view, you some certificates taken by us. Here- ptcC
4) the States: of 1'0.181 EAST BAT,ChARLESTON,S.C. sumption. It is impossible to give the
: Superseding' the 'use of the Brush Wet Cloth. with its advantages in constructing a boat canalof with you will find copies of two, :MartinHuber's cases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated -.
i ,'J, >'r.\r': YOKE AND TENXSVLYANIA.fcJOffioe and Blotting Paper, (saving all the time and trouble only a few miles across to the Gulf Mexico, and William Stanton's, both certificates have been given of moreS
JOHNSON J. H. BRAWLET,
lt: ::: with E. L. Harrison & Co., Jacksonville A. S. incident to their use;) with it a perfect copy; must before very long, draw the attention of the honest and reliable men, the latter having. than two hundred remarkable cures+ iv PhiaeJ

'.&:i -:: Florida. Oct.14-tf A. J. CREWS, JAMES M. DRAWLEr, may always bo secured with any press. planters- and merchants of that fertile region. : been known to me nearly twenty phia, New York, and Boston alone. ,
The undersigned are the sle and exclusive ALSO, years. nearly all desperate cases, and the cures were not
-- AUSTIN CANNADAT, A. S. J. PERRT. Agents for Georgia and Florida for the above article Two tracts containing 5000 acres on the west To-day farmer called and got the only rapid aid wonderful, but permanent.
i : :J. ::9:. H. BCURS, which I and 4500() on tho east side of :St. Johns liver, second box the first been administered
jan 6-ly *, und have mule arrangements by having It is a great nervous antidote and particularlyuseful
_ _ _ 'about
they are enabled to dispose of them at the mann 12 miles above Palutka, and having a with very favorable results, some. for tendency to Eiliouj disorder, Liver

fl: NOTARY PUBLIC, BIILLER'S' BISCUIT BAKERY, !. factnrcr's prices.American river front each of about four miles in extent. two or three weeks since, to a daughterof Complaint, Fever and Age, or badly treated
That on the west oftho river is mostly of pine
effects of
Fever
and and Quinine
Ague ,
; JACK::O \'ILI.E. E. FLA. No. 131 Mectins-'J. opposite Market, and Englisk Copying, Writing, and swamp land, and embrace the site of the his, thirteen years old. In this case, Mercury, and other ct"i the Digestive organs

--- ChARLESTON, S. C. Cfll'mineand Red Inks, English Indian trading ..btore of Panton Lesly & the parents did not know that the child after a long Drug. ALa, for excess in

law, and General Agency at Wasli- of the best quality, constantly on hand Also Co., now known as"llambly's old store," whichis voided worms, but she immediately recovered eating, and the too free oe of ardent spirits. It
: ington D. C. The subscriber" has costantly! on hand Marking ink, by the gallon or barrel. its beginning corner,and runs thence south to her health. almost reconciles Health with Intemperance.DR.J.S.HOUGHTON'3;
.
AND NAVY BREAD They have also made large additions In' their! the widow Pangrce's "old fields," thence west and
PILOT and
stock of Writing Papers of every descriptionLiberal north to a point opposite the beginning. The Truly respectfully yours,
q4 JOHN Y. BRYANT id JOHN EDWARDS IMW. WINK. SODA, HUTTER. LEMMON: WATER. discounts made when told in quantities one on the east side of the river lies between WILLIAM BRISTOL <
"! Late of(Sen. l i> Vjire. Attorney at
SUGAR. SEED, AND DYS- of five reams and upwards. tho places known as"Buffalo Bluff"and "Mount
H1.* Hare as-ociatcd. for the prosecution of Claims S FE1TIC CRACKERS, GIN- Mathematical Instruments, Surveyor! Com Tucker." Besides a large body of well timbered UTICA, June 10, 1852.
J t. ctf e\"err dfoription before the tit-vcral! KxecutireDcpartuiunts parses, Chains, Drafting Material. &c. &::. line lands it contains some excellent: hammm-k, I that I
t -.; : and Congress and tho Courts in GER NUTS, &c., &c. They have facilities forcxecutinjj tiooktinding: and Ee\"erl1'l well wooded bluffs and eligible sites certify purchased of Messrs.

9 ll" the District of Columbia. Ono of the firm having In Barrels Keg; and bulk, all warranted in all the various styles, and of making/: BUuk For ifgidences. By a recent survey tho we.-t. WH. BRISTOL & Co., day before yester-
' .I been cunneutcd with tbo Departments of the and lowest Books ruled to any pattern iu which Hey put tract had been reduced to 2)40! acres,and the on.' day, a box of Bardottc's Vermifuge Sugar ..
If the best at prices.
..44 GeaeralHo\'ernmentin Washington: for upwards ( quality, the best of stock. Also of Card,Circular Lube!, on the cart side of the river to 3411tY. It is hclievvl, for a child of mine, four and
. 4'i: of fourteen years, Los acquired tho information ISf Boxes assorted Crackers for Families. and Fancy Printing. however, that the deficit will be male up Drop whom I troubled I bal
M! and experience, and'familiarity with official Foreign Books imported at New York prices! Pronoun for purchase will be received by A. supposed
1 ;; forms and precedent, and the general routine of jan6-3nr R. S. MILLAR. JOHN M. COOPEK & CO. W. Walker, Esq. of New Orleans John IVtk.Esq. worms. I had tried to get Vermifugedown

business, which, with the 1 legal aid and counsel Savannah, Feb. 10tb.'VEBS1'ER of.New York. Benjamin A. Lavender, E-et. her several tes but could not do

ft.'l.J, ,.14 4 of the other iiaitner, enable them to transact McCARTER & CO. of Baltimore, George Washington! Esq. of tt. it without nose, and she
ft business with the Government with an efficiency AND PALMES; Augustine, East Florida,or to myself the latter would vomit all up again. But after

\:1.tt:; p. And dotpatach seldom otrere.l.oil (SUCCESSOR! TO M'CARTER &ALLEN,) place, postage paic1.JOSEPH. she got the taste of the SCCAR DROPS she s ,_ ,
::1t t Suspended: Laud Claims Bounty Lands, Patient WHOLESALE DEALERS INGROCERIES :: M. hEft N ANDEZ. ,- =
.; ,,.;.,; .. *for i..indi.Donation Claims,Duties Illegally WHOLESALE St. Augustine, March !8th:! 1853. mar 17-tfSmift cried for more. Yesterday and to-day Is sold by nearly all the Dealers fine and

!4.. .. ',. ', exacted, 1'enrions, and unsettled Accounts genc- we gave her the contents of the box. and popular throughout the Dp
t \ vally against any of the public offices or General B llOEllEIi ANn II STATmNiHS to-day it brought away FOURTEENLARGE u mediue and in fluid form, &w
J .' '. Government, and debts collectable in the Dis- )Successors to A. Welles & Co.-at the old and obacco. WORMS! some of them a foot I prescription powder use of f
." hial
pbJeis
'tziet: ,,orCulliUlblA, will. bo attended to with Corner Meeting and Pinckney-sts., Stand,) PETER LOR1LLARD, MANUFACTURER, long. Private Circular for the u nay
'
and
prutrytncM fidelity.ft be obtained of Dr. his 4.
Charleston S. C. STREET No.. 42 Chatham -t,, New York, MARTIN HUBER Hoaghton or Agent r
VVe have appointed C. DREW, Esq., of NO. 195: BAY scribing the whole of preparation,aid jiving
Jaeklou1'iIl", Florida our Agent to receive and Jan. SAVANNAH for sale the' following articles war- East of the Big Basin,Broad-st., U ea the authorities process which the
27-3m.
upon
OFFERS
communicate Bu.icessfrom that State. tG- A complete assortment! of LAW, of superior quality:Maccoboy, new remedy.are based. As it ia c oW

Refeitnru. :MEDICAL, SCHOOL and MiSCELLANEOUS OS. W.WEBSTER. GEO.F. PALMES Scotch Coarse French Rappee and other Snuffs; UTICA, NOT., 16, 1852. REEDY, no objection can be raised,against.E

i 'n. J. BcTTEBFiEua, Ex-Com'r Gen. Land BOOKS, together with BLAME BOOKS also Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-foil and papers ; a Messrs. WH. BRISTOL & Co., use by phlieilD in respectable standing and n*
of the various articlescan
Ht B KHAPP more particular description pillar Price ONE DOLLAR PER
-Office. practice.
PAPER and STATIONERY, of every be known for full Gentlemen,-My little daughter aged
-
C. \\ Ii OCKWEU., Com'r nf Custom ly sending a price current BOT1 ie.
dc.-cription, kept constantly on hand, and offered above. 3m 17 7 had been for three
\VniTn.KM5V.. Itl Cinnjitrollrr Tieat'y. ( MANUFACTURER OF mar years, ailing or four -OBSERVE THIS.-Every rf tlsf

) N. .SAKSEXT, lltgistcr nf Treasury. at the lowest prices. jan6-Cm SADDLES, HARNESS, 4c. fc. $c. m'nth and fearing that she migh be genuine P-C/'S/A'bears the bul. $of
r Senator G WIN, lknIl.IE"VIIITCOJl SHIELDS Who wants to insure his Life ? with about
worms, a ago I J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D., solo
of
all
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in kinds Prpt.Phelhia
-; JOXLS; of IOWA and to Members of Congress ,
I CHARLESTON HOTEL bought at your store a box of BAR- Pa. Copy-right and
generally\ and the Heads of DenartmeiiU. SADDLERY WARE. THE Undersigned would take this opportn SUGAR DROPS and adminis
1t4 Feb. 17-tf to inform his old friends and the public DOlTES CtJ-Sold by Druggists and Dealers Mod
:sr Carnage Trimmings, Laces Fringes. Patent generally,that he has. removed from his old stand trd all to her in one day. Wit cines. a i

.
D. MIXER. and set up twenty-four hours after,she EGBERT POINSETT.
4
Leather Axles Bands Varnish away
GENERAL. ,.Springs, {
--- -- Meeting street, between Hayne and Pinckney, &c., &c., &c. The lJruoo'S'OI'C TWENTY-TWO WORMS, some them tenor S .Agent. Jahr#
twelve inches long. We gave J. .,
MA1ANE45'I'AY1OU CHARLESTON. S. C. THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN ADDLE in a more pleasant) ,and convenient location. S
her no other medicine. Since then, she TFholemle and Retail Agent, Savannah, C
1 : LUMBER COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, West end ol Gibbons' Building, Those wishing to secure Fresh Drugs at low has been a different child entirely. Sept 2, '52-1 .
prices will J fitfd it to their advantage to call at ,
Liv Ht JJESSE
She had not well but used S
,FIRST WHAUF BELOW .NoBLK ST., MARKET SQUARE SAVANNAH. slept nght
No. J, ... _
to out in her
fw PHILADELPHIA, Commission Merchant. .--- cry. Seep w afraid _
rne's
New
4'C' -4 Veryjeepeclfeily: solicit consignments: of- WHOLESALE DEALERIn A large assortment always on hand, and By Building, we should not re Now she i entirely

: : Southern Lumber, Shingle! &c. &c.Keferto for sale at the lowest prices., jan27.3m BAY'STREhT. wel.Havg
Groceries and Liquors.NO. Don't forget to look for the number! Then previously used various other _

139 EAST BAY BOHR call for any thing in the line of- wo my family, I can safely
A. .MrC'ILI.A. Casher: Cam.leHank, N. J.: & FOSTER.FACTORS i
.,) JONATHIV lir.ricjc: 1'Liladeli.liia; DrugsChemicals;Pe u neryPalnts recommend BADOTU'S DROPS as prefer
, CHARLESTON, S. C.
AND COMMISSION MERChANTS ,
.3 able to all
% E. T. HfoijjRovjx lo Oils Stuffs other remedies for the effectual
j: .. T. E. Hi CKIHAV, Jai-kmnTille, Florida. jan 6-ly Dye eradication of worms. '

-. ; : ,. February l7JSL. Spices, Stationery, Books, &c. &c.
SAVANNAH GEORGIA. '
CONDICT, JENNINGS & CO., WILIAM STANTON, Piano Forte 'and Mush .
For the quality of his r.redicines. the Public toe
I:; ".. Edmund Whitney Wholesale! and Retail Dealers in f, II; BEHK,. JOHN FOSTER. are referred to all the practising Physicians of .4 Wat Stet Utca -

: jan27-6m Jacksonville. -- .M. FOLSOM,DealerJia Pianos,Chvnl

.. '. 4 .'Commiuionod &nd legally qualified as SADDLED BHIDL I -5 Physicians' stock, and Planters' chests, neatly Always,ready for use L C and Parlor,Seraphines and Melodeons;'
Xeaa.rcr and h.al'rcwr of Lumber for and carefully packed and forwarded. Accordeons, Guitar Sheet Musie' and
W; ,."< Dmral Count .. SADDLE If CARPET BAGS McMAHON & DOYLE He will Instruction Vi.
keep on Land a lull supply of SURGICAL Boks old and new..way
M a1 M f nn .Ia.' '. ioairy n the Republican office. the finest quality. from the best in
..luaolO 610oO" WHIPS, TRUNKS: VALISES, &C., &C., &C. Also a of mute thelt
great variety Toys and
i t GB ilOEli1ES' AND ll Rll1ISIO Stats.Having spen&&w.ntrrea
." NO. 165 MEETING STREET, I FANCY, ARTICLES. ,It and being ).
'u "
JOSEPH( ORIOE, Opposite Charleston Hotel. ,AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Don't fail to cn'l1 and see us' whether you buy Dents roughly,.none acquainted need fear with the the'superiority abovenamed of Ultra his instruments -

; iL. General Commission Merchant I jan 6-ly CHAB.LESTON, 8. c. NO. 190 BAY STREET, or not. Get an Almanac gratis,and tell all your over those teachers of less enltirated
38 WATER 81'CV; friend. on your return what a fine Store and ear and less experience' -'
YORK. (Opposit Messrs. Scranton,Johnston & Co.) Stockyon have seen ,AU orders promptly attended to.'
Srisicj.and prompt: attention,given to the sale of Jun"nly
all arlK'If.,f produce entruhted tn his care, HARDWARE Formerly occupied by Clui*. Hart'ridge, Esq. *. JNU .M PAYNE., packed,and sent to any part of th .

and all orders promptly complied with. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Jacksonville( Feb.,23", 1853. ,m3-tf, S S S. _"Pchar ud the MUCeommtl.. are IFQLOM'8
and
it S apl29-tf COURTNEY TEWNEWT fc Co., .! 5- ti Ir,
JOHN M'MAHON. JAMES DOYLE. Brought to Jsiil.\ FURNITURE;ROOM BAY tT.
S
Jackaonnlle ivlarch ISoi -
:; ..,: 'HOL3IKS DIUECT IMPORTERS OF S t 1 1' .
j jan27-ly '
NEGROMAN
Sam
'A name ;'llays he belongs S
Gcnerml Commission HARDWARE CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS -
,
'hlebant1 to HENRY AltMS1'.H.ONG ,Alachua S REPORTS IN
S .. ENGLISH
W.ANt
'; : OO \! !-. SnEET, 1w'rou.. ::), &c., .P'RS CO. County, Florida '. S. lL'S'S The Common. L i

:__ ..:tWILL pay 1rticnl3ratteuti'on! to sites of Ycl- S No.,35 Hayne Street S ; !( ,, Said Negro is about five feet 2 or 3 inches high, and Criminal Reports combined.-The series com

S :How line,lumber) Live Oak, and other Southern Da tPn8!; tItl& a a FACTORS ANDGENERALCOMMISSION light,complexion The' ,owner Ia requested to S 5 5 m.noeswitbtb. Decision ot Michaehaaf (Ner.1
come forward, prove property1 charges and T.r. 1S50,and con tains,!from.that
r Timber and Piuduce and to pay .5 : '
S ; orders for purchas WM. C.COURTNEY G'.1 :MERCHANTS take him Jo/a
ing$ 'Merchandise., .dec9tfHi. U.TENNENT6I !away: .,, 1" S -.5 ciuionaofaflth.EngishC *
JAMES .
' S Jan _B. EVAS.DA1 : S SAVANNAH; CA.' ; TSG., MYERS; -5 ports art furnished by a corps of"v.I th TWT1alar
.1 a.S S Feb.16,1853. ,2-1-tt.. ..lailor.51 .. and experienced and
t F..''''aYer& CoS 8.W. AYDERSON,3.: ;W.'AKDUSOV/l: .'jfACKSOTjan27 S leonard'a Yeast P 'wd r hei! ,bnYtr, Rep .el
t
CmwlMlen, aa. Forwarding. Merchant.; MBLER"'I .lySTOVK : ?-5 5 .. ,Guazdhjn'sSaie.S: S ; challenge comparison.,With any' seriesef
AND S .'Tbla English Reports now published.- Among th*.*
S the third of
Monday
next Powde
Dealers J. G1oeerie..'Provlinns-Ciwjc. Wines, S JUKCFACTPKER. ,' ,AND,1DALEJIN: S. IEIO'i'S .ON before the Court house April door at be will''oto be.' -for Y UTt lan. adm'. e .ub. iuI. morons instances other the of snperiority of. theseJleporW tsfertomauydiatinguisbed re

LJqoors and &jan,:Is1ntaD&1' ,,Drags,Ice.b.; mr c fZJ 4tZE) W. .tpf Hernando county, within the usual hours!; all the kinds ,of Batter.'Cakes' ?'and he ,ad- over any publishers membersofibe are permitted profession
S for 4tU only.' .. norW AND GENERAL FURNIShING WARE- land belonging to the estate ,f-William Craw- ,hiI *

..t.J3e1t.d" J 1 onTiIleE.Fla. _161 MEETING-STREET: ; ,, "Sjan6.iy | HOUSE.. S furd._* t_ To wit I hi$"Ej'* of 7 ""*w"'**?' i the E. i vantag Over Yeat'i makng'te batter ..Ten who Tolames hare .oWfme kw iIflgdOWntbedecieuaj.thaummseoV

ciMaLssTos: '.-C"r! 19 12 AHO' 14 BABNAftD'BT44BT Ai8llTyy Hei W,and.tbeW :. o' .th*-1 prrect1I tho
DOLLNER .A: PpTTEIU : I rHlHE >ubscribef SirASlUH/BKO.: feLtl800'3; ,, *'; wnI8hp| 2..v*or Range w ,- M ,mixed'.. Buckwheat and being;thus two advance of I
: any
Wholesale Hat It Cap Warehouse, A I .JL: call most'respectfully Inriter a being Ja ilenundoeoun/y.-- SLId i other Ckes when made with.thialPow.der pnntoftngli r'IJ &. "
Commission' S a\ hu Establishment lands
General merchants, NO. 1 61, MEETING' ST.:, omxtfte Charles..'. srill be-mada to glreeatisfaetionThe, where every' Unrest effort UID. tro' Personj yalnable for: the cedar limber they con- i likely to. disagree 4with.,.tho ,For,the Rtpr. oUh.- 1.
.
214-Vrtbt Street*' Corner PZ.duaS ::X<*ne. ton Hotel, Charleston;'"Ilio undersigned and most varle4 assortment ur further desIring,to':,purchase may, obtain. ,.tomach, than those made-wit. there will also be prnWished soon-as :
-" ,ttalre .. Tork hit In Store end I ii'emutonfrf recelvfngfr8m his i lor Stoves: from the bestda Cooking and Par rticulars bJ'canjog oo A Clarke Est{. andas it.je Yeast i' full Table of, the jolnme >
; ,Vp w ufacturea. All fs-Id, eoant1.: M lSUT.8MITI1: qui f t' Caaho1naI1
several t
""" all fJt I' ; and w&kacontaintfleAsanw
the '
"ow'M, different rII'
t tviit; : kinds kinds- of HohlowWaj: /: Hardware.'puttlerrV f :that 17 .ts- .i. f thetoSiuSot page .
dpronjUyUaH basinets entrusted of-HATSand CA4'd suitable for' tb0 w>utbem ::5 ....uar d-- prepare Baking, Ter cues tawandEqal'7
tojthlre.r.,. rartleuUr utteuUon given ,to the and oathwestern markets, to,which lie Inrltes the :barrel Wooden'ware 1,Brushes Crittanl Gans--single and donWe) ) S ..(Newsgopy. ,-Jee"f S haTing them'ioua.i.,enerelj TOided< Eepotk.- 'at S.,Yl
PJsto s, Gloss ,
.. .( C.tU>n,Lumber Tjmt f *and Fluid Lamp 5'S. S : coBUnued'j
>trn< Turpentines attention of merchants desiring good in his line.} ; S7" S 'Sfeoe' be san*'
S &IJc, .. 'bf1Hlreh... of 10",1.. Having -ivuA'80k.on8tantl7-( :. -. manufacturing ali i I Foa seleP.w1 h stBgte I
many years experience In the business, he'atters klndsorPlalu; Planished and lt the StsteGzozGS .55.. low price. of $2
I KWberal,_ ft4r.iMMw .5 Stp.
,"" WI""Jt ''!I2..II. good cannot b,excelled. D.A,AMBLER.; 1 hind." fjaa2My] J.J.constantly MAURICE.on, :i.'SPECE1t. Bay street, Jacksonville, : t ab.rceivd
aebon'i1Je.'i&teh' 3d lS53. COOPER t CO, .
10
.alto the above valuable JOH
I
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