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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: May 5, 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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BY AUTHORITY. i the Works of ihe Exploring Expedition I lellijreiic.er to be filed fur ,the. .Uhe, ,of .tbiffice huh fifty twti;, ; ; Vorm.1 & i.11'. Ivj instead p
of : ''hunilreil' : : "* >rIn ; hihJinI i:forty two, .if a captain in ,the' na v>. member tl.of the)legislative assembly, officers
contracts made twenty ( "dollars -
already ,
pursuance tlr. Slid act and bth il For : '
UNITED STATES ex. compensation of the ch ef naval clerks
; cams anilconiingent exnsof
OF THE I the assenvy *
LAWS five thousand Provided That ih'uappropriation the the Second Auditor
the Second Session of the dolar.: the ion :. For blank ff books binding : thirty tun ibonsani? seven bundled dollars. stiuctor, and! the engineer in chief. ,, mx thousand bjy! twenty! .thousanddollar[ *; :.
PflS. during Ihal publica ; Ktationary, In the office of.Uie: ommissioner. of Indian 'dl ilars.
Thirty-second. Congress. for the preparation and puhluatjon of t labor, office furniture, including two of tluaily Affairs : .- For compensation of the chief- of the TerrizoryofNewJexico., %

general catalogue of the L:brary of Coftgfens,. ,: city.newspaper.*, lobe filed!, bond, ahi For blank' KookiC; binding' and stationery Bureau of Oulnance 'and Hydrography, anil For salaries of governor, superintendent

(PUBLIC ACT-No. 35.] in be made in such manner as the Joini pieserved (or the n>e of the office and one thousand dollifs' the cie ks, draushtiTnan, and of Indian aff.iirs, three judges, Rod secretary .
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S ACT making appropriations of Government%for the civil for the nddiT1omItio Committee on the Library of Congress may' rellaneous items site thousand three hun' For lator" twohu 'dred dollars. his office, nine thousand four messenger hun.Ired dollar nine thousiiiid seven hundred dollars.* i ; 4

ending expenses the thirtieth of June eighteen direct, three thousand dollars; died and thirty two dollars and'eighty. lou Fur miscellaneous. ile.u8';eight hundred !. For contingent expenses of said said Tet' .

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year hundred and fifty-four. Elutif. cents.Iu dol nrl For compensation of the chief of the itory, one thousand dollars. .

$t it enacted by the Senate and House of For compensation of the President of the the office of the Third.Auditor : In the office of CCnlil1111ner of Penl'iol! Bureau of Navy Yard and Dinks, and 01 For payment of expense of the board of. I ''*

Blrerentative! of the United Stales of Amer. United States five thousand dollars For hlaitk books,, binding stationary, For'ltatiItIrl'thnlMand dollars. the civil ei gineer. draughtsman, clerks, as,.;; commissioners I,' prepare and compile.''av> ',

ic4iVe Congress assembled, That the follow.! For twenty of the Vice Presidentof office fit runt u e : inc u.lmg" carpeting, two I ,nki one thousand dollars. messenger in his 'office, twelve thousand code of laws for the better government of g

T i1oms be, and are hereby appropriated the con'lenFatiul( five thousand Iiewsjnupeis.| the Union and Intelligencer, tn; For furniture five hundred dollars. sx bundled doliars. the Territory of New Mexico nr.lhorized by s

ohny money in the treasury not other- dolarf. I.t fled ; }labor and n.it>cellane'>us items- For engrivng: ,Imunty land warrants four For compensation of the clerks and mesS the net of the legislative assembly approved J { .

out tppropriated, for the objects hereafter Detriment of Slat. : .tic th u.-atd eight bun-'red' and- ninety fuui: thousand five hundred iollarti. e iger in the Bureau of Piov.gions! and July fiftfenth, eighteen, hundred and fifty :

fXprtssed\ for the fiscal year ending thejtiethvf5nne For compensation of the Secretary ol I dollars anil srventy nine cen's. For miscellaneous! items/ 'one thousand Cfottimg, seven thousand three hnmlrrd one, the sum of eighteen\ hundred and:.6hy*. ;.

eighteen hundred and fitly State and the cleJ .*, messenger njnj ass-s- F rexpeiisisof aria l.gl g document room dollars. 4. dollars. five dollars. -; .
four,/ namely: unit, messenger,. in his office thirty "three 1.. and preserving fifes: 'and j pa(trs, 'one'ttious-; : Contingent expenses x OeaVtwn- "' patent For compensation to the chief of the For compensation and nYlcage'.of thfe '
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Legislative. thousand seven hundred dollars. I dud uloilii; i office building, viz : For labor, fuel, lights. Bureau of Alt d cine and Surgery, and the members of the kgIative'asrembty! offieenvt '

For compensation and mileage of Senators For incidental and contingent expenses ofl For contincenc'es' incident. to the bounty and incidental expenses two thousand .two .i.-s.stant chief, clerks and messenger iii clerks. and contingent expenses of-the. ,f '

one hundred and eighty seven thousand tie said department. i land service! ali 1 iirrearages, one IIusind i hundred dol'ais.. .is office tie v a II thousand seven hundreu sembly twenty thousand dollars; and it is* .', i
tour hundred: dollars.In I i hereby provided that appropriation made Ii'hy
nine dollars .Iullart.
nine hundred and ninety War lepcrtment. j
For in '
the laws
publishing phamplilet
the of the Fourth Auditor: the act approved thirtieth of September,'* 4,
and twenty cents: form. and in the of the United tfct For of the Secretary of War Contingencies of tht Navy Department. .' '
and of nl'wlallrf For siatiouaiy, books, aid< binding, six compensation one thousand eight hundred and fifty, for ;1'
For compensation mileage members States and in the city of f I hundred d.I liii s. and the c..rkl nvsi-enger and .assi.tantniesseiizer For contingencies of the Navy Depart- public buildings for the Territory tiC New ;

of the House of Representatives six hundred, and Washington, sixteen thousand and twenty I For la'ior, ole hundred dollars. l office eighteen thousand iii nt, ami nil the bureaus connected therewith Mexico." i-t continued' and! made applicable ''

delegates from Territory, and five dollars. For miscellaneous iiems, two hundred and fifty dollars.: v 7. : to the object originally contemplated, not : .

fifty five thousand three hundred and seven For proof reading packing and distr billing il'iliars.In Fur compensation of the clerk and mesa For h auk /books binding, stationery, withstanding, the provision ot the' tenth f ,

ty three dollars and sixty cei.ts; I laws alt documents including cases, I tlt office of the Fifty Auditor: : niger in the office of t.e. Commanding General hooks, plans, drawings labor, newspaper section of the act of August thirty first, one i 1.r' 4

For compensation of the officers and lahor, and transpoitation, ten thousand dol blank books, b tiding, and stationary, one thousand five kuudred dollars. and peuod cats, me dental and miscellaneous thousand eight hundred and fifty two. ;' 4

clerks of both House of Con re-II. fifty seven tars twu hundred and fifty dollars. For rotn|>eiisatiou of the cl rks an.l/ messenger teu.s s x thousand four hundred and th.ru. Territory of Vtah. \ fj

thousand nine hundred and thirty dol. For the payment of the expenses attendant For hire of laboreis, one hundred and in the office of the Adjutant' Gentral.trll dollars .

lars. upon the funeral obeq'iies I.i the late seventy dollars. thousand. four hunareJ and fifty dollars. Southwest Executive Building. For salaries of governor, superintendent j
the of the Sen. | of Indian affairs, three judge and secretarjY.. 11.
For contingent expenses Secretary If State, ole thousand two hundred F. r three hundred For comperiiat" on of the cl rks ali mes '

liscelaleOI expenses Fur c mpen.-itt.oii} of the superintendent nine thousand seven hundred dollars. <
ate, viz. and nine and thirty. sesiger in the office of the Quartermaster
: For binding, fifteen thousand dollars: twenty. tolars General twelve tnousani three hundred dollars and flur1 chmeii of the souihwe.-t Executive For contingent expenses of said Territory \
Li the office of the Treasurer ,
te"el rells : building. lA'u lh usand twu hundred 4' I
For lithographing and engraving fifteen blank books, ] Provided, That it be the : i one thousand dollars.
For binding :
stationery Fun hank hooks/ stationary la- shal duty
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thousand dollars. binding and lilly dollars. For compensation and mileage' of the "
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attendance. furniture fixtures of the to have
ami
labor Quartermaster prepared
ami inisfv.l.ineous items thousand
For hooks twelve thousand dollars; or, ole For coiiiuigeiii ex'ensc| I''i of said building, vz: : members of tile teirislativeaasembly. officers, ?
painting and glazing four thousand in his office, ouf ol J the above appropriatio1.
repairs two hun red nil 8IXI.two dollars. '
For labor, three hundred and tweiilv five "
For stationery eight thousand dollars: clerks and contingent expenses of the a- nsemblv
four hundred dollars. I In tile nffice if the !:, books of f transfer for the use ol t
i Register :
For two thousand fire bun. dollars. twenty thousand dollars!: to enahe! i \
newspapers For boiiks ami one thouaml eisiht the third AudaOiV, office.Foi
maps Foritiai.k and .
iifd dollars; dollars and 'olk. binding stationary), If clerks and For fuel and lights, one thousand five f hundred the President to cause a site, to be ,pur- f .j
hundred the messenger
al.1 ninety seventyCe.its. aud five bundled do tars compensation .
ling lliun
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one and dollars. chased and suitable erected'
For Congressional Globe and building Icu in titty a building to t t;
the office If clothing ami
thousand dollars. nil ng and full h iiiiing twenty three equipage For miscellaneous items, one thousandone fur a penitentiary in each of the Territories it
fir same eight Fir newspapers; two hllirt'.1 dollars. bi ciAi< l I.T I lecriiii I llie cull clor.' in Philadelphia! 'four Illu.ald and Io.l\ .
For reporting proceedings, twenty four thoutanddoliais. : quarterly dollars. hundred jajid filly d.hh.irs.Post of Utah and! New Mexico. twenty thunsand f
miscellaneous ,
thousand five hundred dollars: Far ileU one ..ibstiacls ot I tilt coiiuneice alit nav gallon. ; and Office Department. dollar: Provided, That the entire cost 'of f
.iii.I! 11.4. k .ihalr.icisl'or the r Uv.i I ttsoo-- For compensation of Ihl c'esks men .
and le. the site and of said :
For clerks to committees President .. completion building ;
in the .fficf tl.e Paymaster Gem For : of the Postmaster Gen-
Northeast Executive building. ;.i>d ii I he hun'ired and f--rty s>X dot ars. II'n.t' compensation the > '' ?
pro fcmporee, drau hts lan, messenger, pages, For lahoi it.d oil.ei mn-tel huiienus. era), nine i thousand i hundred i..ars. rill, three assistant Posnn.islers: Genral. and are loot to exceed sum hereby appropria'tid. I
of the IIlm t I / 31Judiciary.
laborers, police. horses and carryall fifty For cOllenMtion) superintendent. and for additional lor filing the acoiiiit.s !. }compensation of tie clerks and messenger ti.e cierks, messengers, assistant messenger-) i 'i

ire thousand dollar;; and to enable the and of the northea executive < of the F.r.-l cael! F.lih Auditor i and in the office of the Commissary I and "acisuisemi; of said department, one liun- : ]

Clerk of the House flf Representatives to building. two thousand t\1 bundled Coiiimissioi.er alt/ General Laud Office, General: of subsistence, seven thousand three sired and eight thousand nine hundred Uol- For aalaries of the Chief Justice of tb,', :. j.

comply, with the resolution of paid House! ol ami fifty dollars. tll two thousand ( I/It hundred doliais. Supreme Court and eight Associate Judges ]j.

March Jilt, one thousand fight liundn-d and For contingent expenses of said building For tlil..r"a bind, lied For compensation of the clerks and 'messenger i.irs.For compensation of the superintendent forty one thousand dollars. = .
arranging 11 ng
calc a I
Jfty three directing him to pay the usual! I vix: I name pajieis. letuined ly the collectors ol in the office of the Chief Engineer of the Post Office building, tvru hundred and For salaries of the district judges, seventy- ,; {'
compensation to the employe) in uuI I For fuel labor oil. and three dollars. ,
extra rtlairl ille curiums one I ihonsaml; dollars. five thousand u ne hundred I nlty Jullars.I thousand seven hundred dollars. -. f i

about the Capital,a sum sufficient for that thousand three hundred dollar I., the "like If Solic.tor : For coinpeiisitioii of the desks ali messenger I Contingent Expenses of the Post Office Department. For salaries of the chief judge of the :; 't

purpose i ia hereby appropriated out of any Treasury Dtqnrtment. For iilank hooks, bmd.ng, stationary, and in the office of the Surgeon General' I', District of Columbia, the assistant judges > : >f

noney in the lrea.:uiy not otherwise appropriated For compensation of the Srcrc'ary' of the ii.r I ador nine u u I hundred dii ha rs. I three thousand six' bundled ustsd fifty dol and the judge of the criminal court and the \' 4 -
i bonks
and is added the For blank binding, stationary, fuel
hereby to con Secretary of th.Freasitry. lars. orphans' com, eleven thousand seven hun-r '
Treasury and Assistants For inibceilaneiius items, two hundred : 11
lingent fund of said House: messenger and assistantmessenger 1 1.ullar For compensation of the clerks and! messenger for the General Post Office building including dred dollars. ". J 4 *!
To supply a deficiency in the appropriation clerkl i the Colonel of Ordnance the Aii.hitor'sOffice, oil. gas, and Candles, of the 1
in Isis '-Ifice, th.rty two thousand For 6tatutes and reports, including thoseof in the office of For salaries Attorney General and -, .
for miscellaneous
heretofore made for the contingent expenses and fifty dollars. the reveial Mates, one thousand doliais.In eight thousand a x hundred and fifty labor day watchman eleven thousand, and hundred the clerks and messenger ,in his office tea :-. '

of the Senate fu lithographing and of the first dollars. expenses, eight thousand three hundred dollars. : '
Fur compensation o"nl'rolll'r.anll the officeof thr Commissioner of CUtlll-: l
engraving for the year ending June, 30th. the clerks and IP"sen-rer in Isis uffke For biank bluk hluilg. tationary: and For compensation of the clerks and messenger do'lars. For contingent expensesot the officeof: .< i I t

eighteen hundred and flY three, twentyfour two thousand one humred) and fiftvdollars. thousand! seven in the Bureau oi TopographicalEngineers For rM'a'rmff of the General Post Office the Attorney General five hundred dollars.' :,1 '
"Ibur.llt
thousand dollars: twenty iou miMrellaiieous items two lulodr.III"lar.! ; four thousand nine hundred building: for office furniture. glazing _whitewashing For salary! of the Reporter of the decisions f
For miscellaneous items, twenty thousand hUileJ ald am! for keep ng the fireplaces! and Court thousand three- : !
i For compensation of the Second Comi t. L.lu-nl.five dol.ais.Li dollars.Contingent of the Supreme oue :> 11
furnaces in order, one thousand five hundred ,. ,
dollars; and 'lh. rlrrks and in bin of tht War Department hiinire&ldolhais. 'i
rnHlr. messenger house Board. Expenses
To a d ficiency; in the I gltt I.lnllllr4. Fur of Ibedi8iriclattom'Y'"Jt .
compensation
alprOI'ria. four thousand six hundred and '
tions "urJJ rWal year ending office twenty For blank lu.s. liinding, and stationary In' the office of (llt Se'retary of War: An hint of the'Post Office Department : eight thousand debt hundred dollars. ; < / ]14'] '
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hundred and three I tv dollars. bundled and dollars. For bUi.k hooks, stationery}' and labor For rompp'i-ation of the Auditor' of Ih.. .
fine thousand eight fifty of the Auditor. two n'fty FIT compensation; of the marshals, sercn : "
and defray the expenses' of select! committees Fo compensation frt; R.I For iniMreiianeoiis expenses, three hun- I tlt thou.-aml" four I humlre.il! ali fifty ito 1 taps. Post Offire Department and the clerks, messenger thousand four hundred dollars. --< {
and .
of investigation appointed by the Sen the clerks in his office messenger twenty: thousand dollars.messenger ..led and lilly dollars. For m.scell.ineiMis items. live uUldrtd and' and assistant messenger in his ofiire.one"humlred For defraying the expenses of the supreme .

dollars. tif y dollars. and three thousand two hundred '4 '
ate. eighteen thousand Fur of the Smtheast Executive Building. circuit and district courts of the United "- ;' /
of the House of compensation I'OIiito. Forhtiks. maps, and plans, one thousand dollars. 'j '
the expenses Repre i :lat.-s. including the District of Columbia, :
} and the messengers and assistant For compensation of the superintendentand
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viz: cerkl //olars. For contingent expenses of said office viz : also four jurors and witnessed in aid of. theunits ..
lntativre four thousand. watchmen of the southeast .
thirty
hil office eight E\ecl' clerks thousand five hundred
messenger .
extra one '
and six or For labor three thousand and eighty
furiture, carpeting repairs, eight hundtl'ltlu'lar I I building, four thoi ai-d live hundred dollars.In [ arising from fines, penalties and for" .,!
thousand dollars; VI ,Iolla rt. felt u res, incurred in the fiscal year endinjf < ;
of the Third
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For compensation AI1lilo.Ild iolars. the office (.f the General : three hundred .
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Commanding thousand
Ear twenty one messengers, twenty thou. and of For stationary, two June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty' <
cleiks. assistant building.
the messenger For contingent .aid hundred
items three
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Kind hnndrtd and sixty two dollars UIlIl'S k'.r nnai-ellaneous dollars.For' and .
one ; four, previous year and likewise foe -
in his offirp fifty nine thousand viz : for labor ( l.glus. fouiteen "
For the messenger who has charge of thetall messenger ,1.lar8. blank books, one thousand two hun- Is.frayingthe expenses of suits in which the I '' .
one ,iunilred ansi fifty dollars thousand; five lni>nil lr.-d .1, i s. office rl the A General : .
) flf the House of U"rlrtuttIVl one : in II Ijutant Inch dollars. (Jmi ted .States! are concerned, and of prosecutions .t '
Ihonpandour hundred and fifty dollars; For compensation to temporary I.rmplnl',1 For rent of aI.litII.1 boildings ", part Fur blank tj'ioks, Dinding) and stationery) For binding and ruling, six hundred and for offences committed against; the "
in the office ">f the Third' Auditor "ccupied: i-y; the Secr rt.iry of the .lllero five hundred dollars.I'iir .
For in clerk's office threetbonsand dollars. United States and for tbe ofprisoners
Inn ,
twenty safekeeping
messengers in making out i-ert firates isfservce from and part by the F-ret Auditor the Treasury, initfceltuieous items office '
ilcu.wg For"miscellaneous] items viz : six hun-lred and "
two
For dolar/j carriages, two thousand the mu!terolls of rig'.teen hundred and three tholtald I\t hundred doliais furniture, five hundred : For file-boards repairs cases and desks nine .hundred dollars seTpnty TJ1at"' the' -, 4tihotisauisi
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hore the several Indian and! For fuel nml iinscellaueous 5
twelve and wars on wahll, General '
III the office'of the Qmiiienna-ter
even hundred and fifty five dollars; thousand for safekeeping' of paper, new furniture Secretary of the Interior be and he i.. here .,
dollars.
arrearages of pay. thirty one thousand one items for the same t"ll including the (fij. e Ht Ph.laJ.lphia, : horse for .
towels messenger -
For saddle horees, six hundred dollars: Iirhtc"It"hilllt ice by directed to examine the claim presented :

Tor fuel, oil, and candies: four thouald1ft hundred dolar.: Provided the That no of desk. Department nf the Interior. For blank books, lunding and stationery. telegrinhic dispatches stoves etc.. by the County of Lee, in the State of Iowar : '.
than
t hndred dollars; "hal receiv.mne at rate one For compensation of the Secretary of the seven hundred 'dollars. one thousand five hundred] dollars I for tbe expenses of.the United States district .. 1

For i.eypapejs for members, ten thou- thousand dollars whose per annnm. Inltr be this S'Xlern act; I titer hundred
.dollars; exc-'pt one sa'ary .hal aborers. in ins office, twenty thou.ald I For miscellaneous items four director. treasurer the admission of said State into the Union.ami I!
hundred dollars annum, four whose For salaries'of! the 1
For* Capitol pnliece, three thousand five per seven hundred dot hnr. doliais. if ujioii such examination be is satisfied] .
and refiner. -
shall he dollars chief coiner. melter engraver
day. hundred
compensation f'"I per F..r office rent at Philadelph, five
For of the Commissioner of that said time the said
anasis1y: ; prior to coont-.bu.
dolar" compensation clerks
hndrr For of the Fourth Auitor.and assistant assayer, and six ,
engraving ald lithographing, twenty compensation .h5.- Genera. Land) Office, all the Hecorlt'r.r.ujhlllal dollars.lu assayer ml red dollars. paid money which, in accordance with the;
ho
the clerks ansi me thousand two
ire thousand dollais; messenger "'I.talt ; : : a> slant. draugh .n.U clt-riis, the office ol the Commissary General of t''l'lIttwo thousand instructions of"the First Comptroier* of tbe' I
in hi thousand rhuunuireil For of workmentf>eventy two -
twenty fOi wages
nger Subsistence :
For bind ing documents twenty fire thou- Ifrl a..Ilalt messengers, and packers Treasury dated December nineteen, eighteen '
tile of the : .
and salary dollars.
rand dollars! : Provided. That uf alihe doc. assistant fft) 1101"r". art of third of in IJ"I> offi.-e. ninety .gist tlmusand eighttsuishsed For blank books, binding, stationery thousand nine advertising For incidental and contingent expenses.including ; hundred ami forty three, should nave, ,.
messenger labor twu
per aid ,
of ofwkith ) paid bytbe Marshal 'the, ,United' .
the neen
Vmenl printing comes \
March, e'ghtee'i au-I I forty, nine. nn.11 d"l.r" fuel materials, stationery, water.
ordered by either h use ot IlunlrE11 For nf ihv Commissioner ofhuistian hundrrd dollars. additron States fur said Territory, be is directed to,
may b increased to the sum of f three foiniien.-at.oii hundred and rent repairs and! wastage in : to
being hereby For miscellaneous items, one and nl.110tb- Mine Tbat .
Provided
cleik and : audit -
Congress* the size of which shal not Alfi r', a.llht mes-enger, other available, funds, forty 'ore thousand r -
hundred dollars annum. '
be le>than two hUlldre t and fifty pages, per Fifth ass ta.1 incs.-e urcr. in his ItCa twenty bix fifty dollarj. five hu'..dred dollars' and it shall! be the tbe amount thus allowed shall' not"exceed] _
of the Auditor
such additional copies /hall be bound in For compensation .! Its U".lld two i.u i'lie.1 t i .1.1. ; In the office of the Chief Engineer : of of the mint toranse Lie sum ol fourteen thousand four nundred _ _
and the clerks and messenger in his office. For tdank hooks, binding anJ stationery, duty Ihe Superintendent "
II Com dollars which i. hereby 'appropriated' for
ihe
: each manner 8 may be directed by the respective four hundred, dollars. 'lr C"III'IIali," 01 I ni-isioiierof to he ;paid annually into the Treasury
of each eleven thousand Pe s and the and m live hundred dollars. that purpose out of any money.i in the Trta/
Committees on printing For of Treasurer of the Inl' delkr "IlI.er"lI 1 items, including 5111.Mrr.jitmn .- of the United States the profits of tbe mint -.
House, the cost of which shall not exceed compensation in .office! eightei-n I thousand eight bunilr.d For ncellaneons account of the par)'. /-j.- .
I ansi quarterly
Unite.! States, and! the clerks an.l! messenger t" two daily Washington i lit\:- to present a To aid the directors of the WashingtonInfirmatory .
it dollars.F
volume and
twelve and cents of
a
per of the mint tu the Secretary
I.al his ., thirteen thousand: seven hundred hundred dollars.In expenditures
In cleik.-e four to enlarge their accomodationa .
ball be the duly of the Superintendent' of frt. .r tOnII IfIIIII. tr-mj-or.try the Public Printing to the bin.lingof nl,1 \' dollars. office of t'.e' 'f.., nmix-ioner tfl'I f ihe otfictf of the Surgeon General' : asury. of and coins, to be fur the benefit of sick Iraiwcient paupers
supervise '
;111.\.1111" For ores
"f th of the and -pecimens .
For Regi-ler hunks, sationery r
binding
the public docume..t1 receive raid compensation and the clerks and !I' IJ i.rty t.v.i I Ii'1,1 o I t' II I l.srly: .s X For blank dollars reserve I ai the mint, three hundred dollars.At twenty thousand Jol! 1r.. ,. .

binding \" executed and see that thetune Trl'afllf nvs-enger .luilLsi's ald "x X CeiiIs ; P1ovuleul. Tiui I lao hundred Surveyors General and thsir Clerh.< < ,'
r
assistant messengers his office thirty thousand misCi'lluiieous items, one hundred andfifty Charlotte, North Caroling.
done in neat aid woikman like clerk idiat I rece.v' ai Lisa For ,
IB a dollars. ails .lore II' I mil coiner For compensation of the surveyor general i
of .
manner, according to such sample as maybe For efcht compensation hlnMe,1, of Solicitor and the "f Ihrte dular: Ih i ty thlte i nil 11t third dollars.In ffice of the Colonel of Ordnance : For salaiies and clerks six superintendent thousand dollars. northwest of the Ohio and tbe clerks ia hisffice. 1E .
the
presented in his office, and in proper Cl'utl per day, except two, Wil "e Cnhsjuf'ssi. i ii-tsayer .. eight thousand three hundreddoUa"it'_
clerks ali! messenger in h s office, thirtpentll"AIII For bUnk hooks binding and stationery of workmen, four thousand
For
time and beJorr the binder receive pat Luau be telYe dlllard II rIhlum. wageA t e'8n reneTaT "
; hal e irht hllllrl.1 and) 'fifty dot Ia ru. sl.al uult hundied iluil hat 5. bundled dollars. For compentioii'of nyar : .
four( '
for the same, he shall produce the ceri'fiof one of Illinois and Missouri, and huindiuditud
ol the CuanmissonirofCuist"ms items three
._._, _. the ftaid_ niinerinteiiJent that_ binotk For compensation Fur mwcellaneous For incsiheuualanti contingent expenses ....
a
tiie thousand hundred "
'W -w J : and the clerks and rcI"elill, Contingent Expenses of Department of fifty dollars. / nclnding wastage If gold,' fuel, materials his office, five eight and
d .
has been executed as ai>
has been by al.y. required And it shah in his office, alxttl1 thousand five hundreddollars. the Interior.II I In tne Bureau of Topographical E igmeer stationery: and re1 stirs, oiie thousand five twenty dollars. to be I. '. '
general
:.accepted and For compensation surveyor
Interior books binding, stationery .
the the blank dollars.At
the office or Secretary ra : For hundred
also be the July of the raid Suuvrinteudeuito of Louisiana and the cierks in his'office,1 .
receive and .preserve in his office samples For compensation of the clerks of the For books, stationary}', furni an, and ot herctnutisgeusties labor, seven hundred and fifty'dollars. Ddhlonega, Gwgia. four thousand five hundred dollars; ,
Lghthousi* B<>ard, six thouNand four hundred three thousand [teven hundreds 'For miscellaneous items five hundred .
which charts diagrams i ( coiner I
of paper upon maps, For salaries of superintendent For sonipensatioir oflhesurveyorgeneral"of
plats or other engravings may I be dolarf. .r". I I' dollars. I as&I'er.and clerk.six tnousanddollars. Flol ida. and th*' clerks labia office, 'fiv--'" t ,

contracted to be furnished, and 10 rece ve Cnllgeut Expenses oft'e Treasury Je Vor libiary, books, and maIn I, one ttiotis- Northwest Executive Building. For \ab of workmen. three thousand thousand five hundred dollars ; ? 1

from the contractor eaiii maps, charts, d a- part men t. auJ uhiihi.ir. For compensation .uf( the superintendeU six hundred dollars.; For compensation of the snmyor general:. 1' '- 4

grams, plats or other engravings, and coin- In the office of the Secretary of the Tr allt.: glue Get eial! La-ul! Office : ihousF and four watchmen, of the north' wrst executive For; incidental and contingent expenses, of Wisconsi.i and Iowa and the 'clerks ia1'fhU .

pare, the paper, upon bicb they 'may be FuirIai'.r, b'ank' l>'!lk" etatio'mrv. HM-! For' t.CiiiiipciiHiU I m of l.iliorejrs, I two tiuildiiis; two thousand. t\o' hundred. ii-clU'ling wastage, in addition lo other office, eight thousand'three hundred
printed with the sample so jret.rmve.lasid! ing sh'pit' register. !*, Irlll' fore'gn la guage5 Ill, iliui. and fifty dollam. available: funds,"oue. thousand Jour hundred ; -'j..l S '

Be shall not receive any maps" char; d a. aiivrrf. is g and extra clerk hire f< r >*f L-.ksit syMem and ilit-lh milita of Steen y patents, IU.I.tl Fir contiiigenUxpensesol sad: building, viz: diiildlS.: .4Al .For compensation of the surveyor general n nor '

gram, plat or other tlgfli'lf which may preparing and, collecting!! illfclrruti'II to be la -\1| r.lr lolh> ptemiirr'eigband iithrr Ft.r, ab..r, .luei and Jighlt} two ,thousand New Orleans, Louisiana.For Arkansas .and the clerks' in hi*.office, t

not be printed on paper equal to the sample! laid befoie Congress -said cleiks 1( lie lull.ll.d al.1 tilly i); pale. ) re'IA. [our hunJreil dvlinrs. ., (, ,. eight' thousand three hundred lJ.; 'srli1- '
,
blank boo for the dis- treasurer,
oks alaritII'of superintendent
i' '
onl, the of Con- corls uac. 'riiihCelUneous items; one thousand of.the
so prrservtd wbrh/naysnjitb tiie: toruabt' ire' iand ot&C'-s; tiud'ii [Ilia r Id.1 Illtf. .' "issayer, coiner, melter and refinerausdclerks'Seveiiteefl I the clerks .!i. bis': .;sic- ** -
in a"6roj er manner and w'lbl lime grss, lr wlwn ind"I'tIMhly: ; Iecessay : I J IiLlars.Building. thousand three hundred of Oregon,and office.
i ; Uiilees for I neut some call iic., siai, o eiy, office (furiiitui rep.iiri I : doUa,... I- hrFor
'pci6e4 tbe contract, ( fpi cm the Depart answer llaneous th I CnrneqfPand&VSIiteeit&reCtS.aFor f : { : lUoa-and five hundred .
the house at o> .im Mini: n.I-C' itemts rX dollars.' of.Uie t.
extend either
oi .
renetal'
the,.Superinteiiuent may ma ie by r.llrel 011ite"I'U five thousand : compensation surveyor l
workmen
the be wend at her .nd nol .l.o.i.-iin.$ | thiee liuuJied situ twenty I. 'rriil houseoh north west corner ot .For wages of ,thirty. and the clerks in hie office ,
be
time and which may nit 'ii qhlauulnytilled to Hn" ann ; of California, ,
) 'i hat hem ver. the cost street/and ".rm all 'bondr dollars..: ; I
nK ,
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Seventeenth seven ?
than 01..1 P/ulded \ and hnnderd i
and said etMii iich vxtM clerk shall moie F thousand five dollars.;
fo{ thereby.; contr"c.CI rtC'Ive eighteen
; front the sales of thousandeight contingent! ,
not .reerlvepayIorihe same except- iujio tliiee dollars thirty three and one"ilff'l' cents tiicolitrcl.iigtne: Ihtll.* tbe rooms' m it, twenty one F(>r'inc'ulentalr'5amt? ezpensessucludng ";For clerks in the office of. the sorveyoregenenUinclodiug r .

the Superintendent that the ie'rdAy for the imieactually)' an.i nece-saiily (llt public/ iandd in asy-Utited SU'es landaiM.iiCt.s.iiiU uuiidred and seventy Jive dollar t. fuel.1 matf'rialwaler rent; repair, I the offices in Oregon 'andi j;>" ,

eJwcopb( have been I r rm1loed-elght thon-a..d 'five iiu,.ir J and ,. : ; be,IK.m..cli iisone' fliirdut! the For compensiiiioa! 'euperintendent, and .nid wastage, in a JdjtiOB-; other available California be apportioned to then accord-' ):. '

foeoing requisities complied fifty doliais. whole! a.ni'Uiit of revenue collec! el, in ""el four watchmen, of the bui.dmg 'corner( F I iunJs, sixty eight tbousand;doll ra: t jug ,to the ,.expense of the public1 service i ,\* "t f

\ district, )it sisal! ami may be ,awul- fr .thePifs Seventeeiith: strftti'twuIhuUsat1J.. two. : .
dollaiiForhaburera.twoihuusan4 miscellaneous items two thousand "' and :oinmenzofihi Ttrrilorut. '. aitd.to bevemployed -field I;
thousand transcribing
For.folding ; Fur dtnif the Un' Siatas .f'u..Juisopin if.* >. .
i : "
te-i < -
nftyXolfar -
fire..hundred hundred dollars. : Hundred anJ ot the of : t
eight Territory of Oregon., notes u"e1aor purpose I'reaer :"
ic building -
; utterS t said :
ulexv tu Hie( pub 1 ,
U"rl ,
ollirs : I IF In the offite of the First 'Comptrlller: 101 iiicn.iijiiH' I.in Kuch I ItJJMOtlUI For contingentexpei-sesof labor For salaries of( ruor/.threejadgw andsecretary'ten ring them at the scat,;of government* i''forty'n'1'!
disirkiaid gov
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ihe including I
: items
LinU Fur miscellaneous! ., ,
Fort blank books, binding ofcI ibjUNoftd dollars 1 -s 'af
tboniand 'stationary thousand fire hundred dollars. '
four
!. dola. ; 1 l strict' ,to some thousand huu4e4djhirLA .,
10'aIIU.tl.ad.d '
four
Fo pe' ) '.twenty 'dol- (urn-hue,\ labor, ant miscellaneous dollar 'It; 1\li.S ether aJJciiiiiiig,lii.id! .d.sLr."t.'or; dFrttricts" ofihe one". \ NoJ. ., \" For contingent, expenses J of.ii said Territ ry, LttrMimi'4t.. ..--- .. ;fi....:........
thousand aunt (D.eptlt !ft. + t i '
forty : '
& .? ii. ? I twu' ; ; U."j.eJ SlatesVForvp'ilciiineii '-' one thousand.five huuureu uoiiar I.F r (supplying 4gltooi iai j i i1'- ,

For mscelhaneoiajtew.i i tea thousand,dol. ,lnihe nffice'of Secoiitl Conijifrollert'For : i l ::: : III\alli! \ ree.-r.lf; letter.nnM I .., :I :For compensation of the Secretary of tbe : Focoupenattouiand;: I mileage, ;t'l them ,:hree!! hqu and, two hundred d \ yp 1ri vj
bind
books >
Wank) 'ti, ; li. nt'lliilllltirt.1&Iu1.a *:
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I .
officers
& e1" ; _iJ' a.tt'Ca ofter .'fro11uuder/.lhV.. swamp 'avyttiiiaihe'tlerltjs; mb.'rs( ihe legislative'assembly, : Vitb oil kmp&NsIckM
.r I two lampgy / ?-
Libr.tryofCongrsss.Pecouqe4ieaI.on .. 'adm/c-t/ ; : ltI'rtr bunt jHesseisgerJlihI5; ,! .office.twenty-, iksi Coiitingeut :if pen i.'fJ". lhe"sUitwenty .
.
I'8yor.tbe filed ami. 'pr/sWveJ ian J Vet'ot1trt r lily,Vighjh &pember.l.l! < : : c ,' .!tiuffikiji t *; polUbing'pow4er Il : j wbstiog.sndI tob'titer
.
ofJibrarantwoassis.I&nt)4brrJn and the ; luoi.stnl; &, .. IU'JI thousand.dollara.0 ; .
;
oftb } seven dil rars.] iten tu.udrdd and JliYi'ni\tir; ry I 3, '" .'7"a' 'the.r-' eToi1. ) tleaning fmaierialsi traa porl Uotanij."i'I
*, r thoubaudForeoniingeUi ibfl. ldj bundri iiin! ". List' cimhreisatiiiIh ""*" -' : I
ad.mtPerl glifeen ( ;in'Minnettotai ;
1 : 'e Territory : rtber'neeensary eJtpenBea.oo w aawis.n.si
H1 \iL. t ; J
b. "undte4dollar.. i For ,' -.e. : 'r1tMI' Beau1 JCofistnlef'bnfiSi'iiiiimi/iit; ; i; i ,rt.aU'epair
tabr nil : tweutj1; "eculd'of'Ma keepiniajepaivtha; ,hia1
'. ci .d salaries of'. sopeJrintBndenti l paIugnd .rv.uI
:d llars.t 'i A For governor,
of said library,' dhi and ia*.tMkfMr one thousand dollars expenses, ..' ., u..tm. eIJht.hun.ere. :' :{elI'.I. ar t1 l *1.4 fitlf tcu3; >"d "ott"l..ra ier'aet4otih.'rl \iie4esi'l'r I 'j vceth1rfreiu :thuuieadIIlilillCJ } < |,liidiab,\ apairs, thre! t juigesana.l m ieutry, .ppr l.ui' I IJJIUn, : 'ffJt
; 3t. ?t iin'-fai'Vug hitf land'i \ atrausj:[) jfl.1 tionstand nstructionnoteajj
and \ PsOVtJtl 'ztifi' .iue fiousairJ eveil hundred diiiars. r ) -
.blank books balding : Id, %
For.-jiiircbaseoli-books" lor.Bitd; :Jir1 I 'For :5atioll"r1 : )':firj tol.A. : g\\ 5fi; 'eighieeii'.Vu.( )I !! ;! t : Mid rt.ersofchngeaof aids to'navigation,'*. ant t I
u.\Yitr Territory'
( uli "F. ent expeiiAesof
firs thousand dollars t labor, and, :cases for'teeoril! ; 'fiifuuf lIl1t1u.tr. _' .. It'tn ir" & r ro.itin'
; dred adfihtytw pnutfttjt flMtf'anJtfcn'Kravini l f, i &. one hundred and aightr two
.FQr.purcbase.of latr.booksior)t bro papers, on':thoni hd dollars; ,. .* ; lie isa'ied'by act tr4cturdS. requ.red, J i iy use act ajipruveAugust one ihousani I dollars. }HgIus.
lo hundred and dollar
thousand three
,Tt two thousand doll;* For' miaUaneou. items, intladiiig ..ubsCriptioit ;, of tbirlyflM? crlp.iuthoIZJ of: eighieea.iittudrw thirty, first, eigutec 1 *>uudred. aitii .Fur .cciinpeuMttoia and_ mileage of the thirty

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and eight rents. to and to f u. B. Senator.,::,'_ : Te wiilfa. 'r.eat Aeri isssissszs?
t seventy directly 'La.l.a
,:, importance Et Florida i1otjt *IpvllLI4J. '- O jfy v'I ; .
i 4 r FOUuI'ph.in forty nine )lighthouses; to the ; as recommenoY. ,: ; HoffifJoHN SLIDIU.. bis,been elected tq ft,:Verj_tympathetically dedicated to tbe ex- Tate bat .O?n
ter ,
p contain five hundred and sixty one lumps!', its to e,very,citizen, as one,in, .whichhe .app"abU9
! I with oil, &C.&C., ns above authorized by purls. 'personal interest. .J;Afc BONV-I; 'Lvi U: rp succeed Hon. PKRRE SOTJLE,j in':,the' U.. S. office, olde'ot'flori J,., supply |a0i j
I ; look demandjonly
, acts of third of March one thousand! eight 2. This work,is one' eminently national l in : p_: ; : Senate: ;by th, Legislature* ofLouisianaM. Upon 'te o tk last fond bad moerte.Cofee
at ;
, its feautures because it At tbe office and e perquisite.*, .,and feet &b bn Ild easier rates.
'I t t hundred and fifty, our, and thirty first of more important connects ,Th ir8dayJ\Iay: : *
of natural &185S'Te "H M/ ) VlKREDfr HS the forsook, generally were lower
Anguxt one thou*'nd e'ght: hundred and twotint interrupted navigable teir"of Pork $2 bbl. Me
fifty two thirty thousand four hundred and communication, the Atlantic Indian 4 Treasury underjGen, Taylor, an He gated upon the (011 famiUlar t his eye B ba decline per 8

I sixty dollars und thirty four cents. Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, eulogy' on'the.late. Hoa. JOBS S&aox.inPhiladeIphintthT13th And ,he,Whig rechVd upon, bU,des ad hiar'd- in l large supply 9'and:t eenla1r. 'D

1 J JprJtPa.iJ ''YI1..i.ll i4e.P1al.u..!' ,-, makingji clear throupbfare,,continuou&ntlunbroken Jn cnnne ction with ,the.riews 'expressed inst.. -I heavy sigh;" and Shoes there was a 'JB

I i fmmgland improvements -of three hundred from one extreme of the United in a comm mication in our lait paper, wrohlrv Beside that office door there stood I Dmo&, Goods in tteadr tequest.far TeaciiletM. ,
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. and forty nine.lizhthous-s( and buildingsconnected States to the other, by' the shortest and. i.at the'Grand Jury of Tampa; Hon.: JOHN J.* T DEN, 'late Attorney His right hand* I commission held, hi le1 trifle easier. Money in ample abuh .
i i ,h- *hh. 'one'hnndred and t safest practicable route. This'fact, particularly
;. n'i'l'
Hillahoroulrh made General I,has returned to Kentucky from held hat, and at rates previously '
a
I thousand eight hundred and fifty seven recommends the work to the capitalistand county hat a rcomml"ndation h. easy quoted.
He told the slope at ice, and his account rains had fallen in San1 Fiineia
reference :the therein late visit Cleans.e whig o Heavy ;
assurance-"ol
| to t
: 1 dollars *- = -: ::: -- 1TIiM''tec tse it n subject to"Ney **
jYs for four days-during the ,
For rel'airlanll incidental expenses reK'F orofit to the stockholder a further development referred,to. which, is accordance, with the to fix, prevalencef
which business
of the vast resources, still latentof : < "se Philadelphia: Mint has recently The whig revolv'd upon his heel, and mud was, almost entirefrat
of nine *
: t r fittinJa uflprovrment forty lighthouses ; view ofoi r correspondent to the policy stand _
1. and buildings; connected therewith, our country. a ground out $2 OOOO of the_ new silver! coin on-politics,. .
: best confor nine the .ConsiderabVshipments of
to true interests of the i
:1 '" provided Iorbyacs l'f/:1birctotfarcb,: one_ 3. It' is'the interest of the stockholder that : in-quarters,''dimes and half dimes. Wish He turn'd and lefi "lhe spot, Oh"; do not deem continu redstl l
this road should be located to produce people of t ie frontier with regard to the Inicring general merchandise
i thousand eight hundred! and fifty one, andithirffirst so as they would ''bag up" and ship to this locality him rah, for Austrlia, tbe dea ,' b m
.: :of 'AugnM! one thousand eight the gratest amount of profit, by affording dians. Ad to the Jesire and purpose Tho he was now forsaking that fnroish'd him from the inferior was .
!'; Hundred and fifty two, twenty four thousand the best facilities tor transportation and travel of Indians removed a portion thereof.The with cash, a very limited and Cl.
I havng!!: t 1e the people lo tbe leading
; that the'roule is of-to insure its fned necessary articles.
.liJIi. i eight hundred cents,and fourteen dollars antI doing that it is necessary capable to meet the pointsof Tampa ,till prefer the experiment of a Key Welt Democracy.by the Ears." He pans'd t think of what he'd lost, both pay re seems to be quite a rage, jQt'D
E E1 one
seventy ajd power sweet, to to the Australian gold
St 4$ For salaries of.three hundred and twrnly water connection, at such depth as shall .. survey and! gradual occnfancy of the country The following communication which orig And then he to the bar and 'd than get vessels have*left fields. No leu

;.. n lighthouses keepers, and twenty four at all times, accomodate steamers, such as now in ossession of the Indians, to the nally appeared in the N. Y. was hun'd a EX. I seven for Hoban
Town; ,and other
Sydney
7rbun of
the
trat. parts
thousand two are engaged in the Southern and Southwestern fiend t ,
's assistant*. andincluding one alternative ftf ia
r an open prosecution of a 'wa handed to us by a 'democratic" friend for since the first of tbe present month
and locate the western ,
trade particulary to
i of Col. Ward
:, hundred dollars for salary superintendent ; on Rairoad.
against them. It is also recommended tha whom entertain the eight others'are up leave within the
: :: I of supplies on (Ihe upper lakes, ore hundred terminus at such point as shall he found we highest regard, t
. and rewards of ands be offered to settlers The views of this distinguished citizen of ten or twelve days. It is 8upp4each thai
t aid thirty nix thousand seven hundred and possessing these advantages, pro new with a request that we should publish it in

: .. i.tt t' eich teen'dollars und thirty three cents. tected by natural barriers from the furry of on these lai ds-a policy which was pursued* the Reublcn-whict we do the more our State, on the subject named, a set forth vessel carries from' one to two huafodl.

" f iFor alarie* of forty nine keepers, and the Equimoctial Gales. The point indicate with good i esults under the armed occupation cheerfully 'on account of our sympathy for in the following letter to the Tallahassee I I passengers.The intelligence from the mines
:' .,;' f.\i\ aMiftants, for the lighthouses authorised; by nature for this terminus is Tampa Bay. is olii
";'Ii .. acts of the third of March, one 'thousand 4. The pre-eminence'of Tampa Bay for acts of Congress. We are glad to our friend who was unable as he informed I Sentinel, will no doubt be perused with most satisfactory character, the miners it

: ,,I eight by hundred and fifty one, and thirty firs the western terminus of any Railroad across see the people moving for themselves in this us to procure its publication in his own I satisfaction by our East Florida readers : almost every I locality being busily employe!:

.1.' ofAugust, one thousand eight hundred and the Peninsula of Florida, South of the Suwanuee deliberative manner ; and we believe theyare party organ-the News. To the Editor of the Sentinel : and meeting WIt prosperous retlrls T

I;: '}f fifty two.at the average legal rate per annum River, is so lully established, that pursuing the wisest course. We gratified to that Senate SIR:-Your contemporary, the Floridian, accounts for several, months.altogether are better, Ial
! i for each keeper -twenty two thousand dol.11 it is absurd to believe, for a moment, that are perceive has taken unusual pains, in more than one
i lara..1 any other can possibly' come in competition Fire \Warden MALLORY, unlike Rome of his predecessor editorial, to inform the public that I had,'at Indian depredations were increasing t

i .For salaries of forty two keepers of light with it, that will present like advantages 11 does not "turn the cold shoulder" on such a recent public meeting in Tallahassee, an alarming extent, more especiajy i ia .
-,: TeI'Ae1s.twenty three thousand dollars. all sides. It affords precisely all the ad vantages I will be seen by reference to the official of his friends as were instrumental "avowed my hostility to the Pensacola Rail neighborhood of Sharta, Calumna ant Trio,
party
.11 ... (For salaries of 'five keepers of light vessels required and no other point does afford proceedings of the Town Council in another in elevating him to the distinguished position Road." I did not suppose that any one not to ity cbeck counties.them The efforts of tbe (U .teooos

: ":J authorised by acts of the third of March, them, to wit: a safe, commodious, and navigable column that they have appointed a Hoard of wishing; to misrepresent me would make this and .ha only been partially 8ut.cessful .,

t one thousand tight.hnndred and fifty one, harbor, .accessible at all times, having Fire Wardens for the town, to whom is which he fills so ably and adorns so statement, unless indeed, it could be made to Lieut ,Edward one of the engagements,

J ; and'thirty first" of August t. one thousand sufficient depth of water to serve the purposes entrusted the directioi and control of fires highly : appear that no railroad can reach Pensacola was killed. Russel, of the 5th infantry

.. eight hnndred) and fifty two, three thousand of unlimited Ocean Trade. This being KEY WEST, Friday, April 8, 1853. without starting from Savannah, and that .
:J one hundred and fifty dollars. tact, it is the chief interest of the companyand that may occur in oui midst. Our citizens The political storm which swept over the there is no charter under which a road can By Telegraph to the ,

,toJ '.t For seamen's waz'eg.! repaiis and suppliesfor the country, that this road should terminate generally will no doubt acquiesce in the land in November last resulted in the disastrous be built to Pen!"acola save the Savannahand C/arltol Courier.

: : ":' forty two I light:: vessels one hundred and at this point. movement and render the wardens such aid shipwreck of the Whig party ; and the Pensacola charter. LATER FROM EUROPE

'I" .. three thousand six hundred and sixty four 5. The whole of Eat Florida cannot fail and assistance in cases of emergency as will Democratic from that time to the On tie occasion alluded to.T.argued! against Arrival of the -Canada at
' H wrecers.
-; dollars and fifty two cents. to receive immense benefit from the construe 4th of indulged themselves in the policy of the charter, as respected Savannah U<

t tj' ::1 For expenses"of weighing; cleaning, re- tion of this road, and particularly that part tend to relieve them d the arduousness of loud and continuous exultations glorifications and gave my reasons for believing; BATXOl.April 23

; ft psjring, mooring and supplying! losses! of] adjacent and contiguous to the line: ot location the duties and responsibilities that must necessarily and jubilations. Old Hunkers and that this demonstration of the Savannah The Royal mai steam ship Canada, Capt.

Ii- ,,:, :.,f. floating: beaconsatid buoys,chains! smkei'. within fifty miles or more. It is, therefore dovolve upoi them. Barnburners, Unionists and Secessionists! capitalists was a humbug and would never Stone, has at Halfa from Liverpool

: .<;If.( &C., for II hl.\"p""e.I.!" I fifty nine thousand the duty of every citizen thereof, 'lor We learn that a meeting of the Fire wardens Filibusters and Conservatives, Hard-Shell he cai.-ied out-that a railroad would never which port she on 16th ins..
f 1-I t\'if (.j- and fifty seven dollars and thirty two cents there are few if any of them, who will not. and Soft-Shells, hermaphrodites and demagogues be built to Pensacola by Savannah capital, She will reach Boston at day-break on Fri-
J 1i For expenses' !' of weighing! : :;-, re41 personally, receive a greater or less benefit, will be held at the Council room on of all varieties of stripe and color, and that the graql. of right of way was injurious day morning. :

l pairing! mooring; and supplying( losses! of by the increased value of real estate, in Friday evening next it 7j o'clock, for the not only claimed to be wreckrs. but each to Florida-that if such a road was The U. S. mail steam ship Bil/it Capt.

; : '.( two hundred and forty five dumb beacons facility and a market for turning resources purpose of electing a superintendent. political clique claimed tl first borders ever built it would have to be built by the Comstock. has broken her and woud:

authorized _and_ nroducts.__.____ to_, and bv the increase of the resources of f'lorida-ald my next positionwas
:' : and buoys' and their appendages; ; areount- J and the right. to a portion not be able to sail on her reguar! day-
1 t;- ;, by act of the thirty first of August: one of; business and employment, along the The aietainora. salvae. that if a road \\"a to be built on the the 20th. '

fI; t t-,; thousand eight: hnndred' anti fifty two, twelve route, to back his belief in these results bya This steamer failed to arrive here on This particular locality and the region strength of Florida resources, it should be a TiE LIVERPOOL lnuT-ln const,
.l rm" ', thousand thre4 hundred dollars. liberal subscription to the stock .n this "round about" are celebrated for wreck Florida Road from sea to sea-from a sea qnence ol. the faorble Bailiff"

1U :,t For expenses of colorintnl1mher1flEi: : &c., company. Sunday last, in consequence of having and wrecker; but as a general rule, every Iut in the extreme East to the extreme West, advices, the demand for Cotton Ja good,

:UqL: :: ; all of the buoys and beacons provided for by 6. It is the duty an! interest or The "Flori. broken her shaft near St. Marys. Her body "goes I"' for the highest salvage, and locale as to build up the interests not of and prices jflvanced an eighth of'a penny.
+ da Rail Road Company send a compe. mails however arrived Here without who is to or county. but of the whale: The lower .
'1.JX ': the act of the twenty eighth!: of September on Monday caring or inquiring par flP Dislric grades have improved most, al
thousand hundred and twelve tent to represent in a proper and therein-and such a as a State ; and I lastly undertook to show that all dearer. The
f s;, one right fifty, person morning-having been brought by a final ttcipate thing quar- though qualities are sales
;: : 1: thousand dollars. matlerofac manner, the superiorr claims, rel among wreckers about the division, is our resources were fully adequate to a Central during the week compri-etl 60,00! bales, of

" !t_' For life boats- and other means of renderHr.t to the patronage of the Merchants boat. seldom known., But the 4tl of March. 1853 Florida Road. which speculators have taken J and

, ing assistance!' tn wrecked! mariners and and Capitalists of the citizes of Savannah Railroad Meeting at Otala. has come and gone, and the division of the Now, sir, how was I ans\tr111 One of exporters 12000. Fair Oileins, 1,00 s quotedat

, .'.&; ;!, others on the coast of the U. States, ten Charleston New York and New political spoils-the salvages decreed among the gentlemen; who argued OM c.e; other siJe. 6d! ., Middling Orleans 6 IS16thI Fair

).;:t;P, thousand dollars. Orleans, who \"i undoubtedly, when theysee We perceive by the Mirror that an enthusastic the political wreckers "'hrre.itiouhas admitted that the Savannah 11 I P "sacol" Upland 6l\\.and Middling Upland at 5H.

;fi! .! ,: : For expenses of visiting and reporting the its importance and bow directly their Railroad meeting was held at that created and is creating more noise and con charter was "a great bumI tie pun of The imports have amounted

::1: ; I Condition of lights and other aid to naviga interests are likely to be benefitted sustain fusion, ardent denunciation, anti promiscuous the legislature" who |I' ,"j Another hales. The stock on hand cusisL 192.0,.
.. the 27th Addresses
them contributing substantial aid sufficient place on ul. were who has tiistmsjin.-hed h.mself;
f'.ii I tion. two thousand dollars. by swearing than all the marine wrecks and gentleman, 000 bales.
itJ For commiswionR nt two anl a half perjt' i to complete the work without delay. made, amongst others. by Cols. SANDERSON their belongings have occasioned! since by his z-al in the cause ol Savannah. sad; : Rice is quiet but firm at 20s 9J. 22,.
I
t 1 :, centum, to such superintendents as are entitled 7. The Government of the State of Floridais and BRYANT, and C. DREW, Esq., of this Christopher Columbus landed upon "Cat that be coincided, witl me HI opinion as to per cwt. 4 '
'l ; i to the Mme tinder the proviso to the instructed by the Constitution to encourage Island." granting the right way, hut that it was LONDON MONET are

. i1 net of March third one ihonnnd: eight; hunIJt !: judicious works of Internal Improvement place. _ _ You will recollect that in 1851 the Leis i>! now too late, and the only remedy was for quoted at 100J. MARE.-CoIMJ.Bak of
\ ;:4 t dred and fifty one. entitled "An act making We infer from this!' that there can be n par- Another meeting on the subject of lature of Florida had a Democratic majoril] Florida to control the majority of the stock. England has decreased Bnlion 15,00. ,

appropriations! for the civil and 'diplomatic tial or strictly local application of the Inter : Railroad been held in of Jour in joint ballot-31 to 27-ami iha Nor did any one. at that meeting, attempt to FOREIGN ITEMS.: report the insurrection
f ',I expenses of government for the year ending nal Improvement Fund of this Slate, and the ha David L. Yulee was the Legislative i DemoCratic delem! the policy of the charter granted to at Barcelona Te '

4: : June thirtieth. eighteen hundred and fifty that we may reasonably expect not only a Tampa, as will be seen by the proceedingswe Caucus candidate for reelection to the the Savannah capitalists.! The French Trans-Atlantic incorrect ship

; : two. and for other purposes" on the amount donation of the State lands on the line of copy from the Ocala Mirror This, i it United States Senate. Two of the Democratic I will not undertake here to array thevarious line has been abandoned. .11,

: ', that may he disbursed by them, eight thous. this road to the company. but further sub strikes us, is the project most likely to be members of the Legislature resided iii reasons which led my mind to the I Another steal ship has been adtled to
.L' ,' stancial aid besides from that fund for this conclusion that the proposition of Savannahto th
dollars.
: and : of the East and Key West, and were expressly pledged to Glasgow .
.lt ..; ) Coasts of California and Oregon : work; and considering it is more National accomplished by;the people ; vote for the caucus candidate, whomsoeverhe build a road to Pensacola ,is not to be In tbe British House of Common/

, ':tlt '.. :: ': For nil and other supplies cleaning!: materials than many other road that have received we hope to see the whole East represented -night be. Stephen R. Mallory also resided relied on, and is not brought forward in good tion was asked whether the qnes-of

.1 : ,. of all kinds.transpnrtation of supplies, liberal grants of land from the Congress of in the proposed Convention at Ocala. here. but was not even named as a faith. With one end of her road already at England and the King of intlet: were
I,& ,', : the United States, we feel assured! that that the election is it conceivable that she would Lord
' keeping lamps and machinery in good!; repair I candidate for Senator before Oglethorpe being looked after. John Russell rr-
: ., ,and tbe towers and buildings in a prop body will grant all the public land on the Takfn I-POllullon.I the Legislature or in the Legislative caucus.o prefer to abandon a route already half completed plied that the negotiations with the Uni' eJ

.II 4 er state of preservation superintendence route to aid in its constructionJ. JAMES G. DELI,, Esq., the new Collector, Mr. Yulee was then nominated in caucus and to start for 01 a new States had no terminate. An enquiry wa
and inspection of thirteen lights: rep1acin DARLING, triumphantly, and the two Houses met for route of not less than 450 miles 1 NOW, also made of whether it
S. cleaning; painting: and preserving all the S. B. TODD. took possession if the Custom House on joinlballotmg, when the Democrats were the distinguished gentleman who reportedthe was true that Kossuth's house in-

buoys in the waters of California and Oregon H. C. BELLOWS, Monday morning last Col..HART surrendering surprised to find that be received only 29 resolutions at the adjourned Tallahassee bad been searched on the 14th LndO';

. # t and all incidental expenses cennectei C. L. FRIEBELE. to him the appertenances thereunto votes all the others (29)) being blanks. Al meeting, argued that Savannah was no the police, and that arms and ammunition

,, with tile aids to navigation on: these coasts, W. D. FREEMAN.The belonging, with his usual the Whigs voted blank ant all the Democrats doubt in earnest because her road wouldnot had been found therein; and whether arrests,
twenty nine thousand and thirty five dol- following resolutions were also good.natureness.The voted for Mr.I excepting the only absorb the trade ol the rich country had been made in Prussia on information
( l tars. handed in, read anr adopted, viz : subordinate will soon have leave to two members fr',m Key West-they voted around Tallahassee, but would necessarily furnished by the London plice. '

4i, For salaries: thirteen keepers and eleven' Resolved, a Committee of three be retire it is presumed-as Whigs are not blank also. After a second ballot, with the cut off and draw to Savannah, the onehnndred

;; *Assistant at an average not exceeding: six appointed by the Chairman of this meeting I wanted in office npw-a-days. We don't intend like result an adjournment took place to the and fifty thousand bales of Cotton Trial Trip of the St. Johns.

hundred dollars per annum, fourteen thou- to prepare an "Address to the citizens of and snarl about these matters, next day, and in the meantime it was bargained which now descend the Apalachicola. Now, *
-and four hundred dollars. East and South Florida on the subject of to growl and agreed by and between the two sir, this alone with me constitutes an added This new steamer, built in this city for'

i building; a Rail Road from the Atlantic to knowing as we da that it would !be of no bolting Key West Democrats and two or objection to the whole scheme, nor will I, the Florida trade, passed up and down the

; Lighthouses. tbe Gulf, commencing at the most eligible! use, and besides toe democracy whined sufficiently three others and the Whigs, that Stephen R. as a Floridian, lend my aid to a project river abreast the wharves, yesterday afternoon '

For rebuilding!; lighthouse on Chanfoleu) and available point within the Slate, on the i. four ago when Zack" Mallory, of Key West, should be elected U. which, to bloat the wealth of Savannah, on her trial trip. Her' machinery appeared i
: i,1a, Louisiana: destroyed in August. eighteen ; Atlantic or the St. Johns River, an.llermina. years 'l S. Senator, and certain Whigs should be would desolate one of the fairest seaports in to work with much ease, and she
. ,hundred and fifty two, fifteen thousand* the of informed them that their services were no glided through the water with the
v* -1 ting at some point near town Tampaon elected Judges, &c. The next day the two our own State. graceful
dollars. the Gulf. longer required, to last for the next half ness of thing of life." We learn that
"
i
; : HOI es again met. Mr. Baldwin, of Key Sir, I am a Floridian. For many years I
p For.restoring: the lighthouse! buildii g!;, sea Rlved That this meeting heartily con century. A repetition of the same performances West, nominated Mr. Mallory, and on the have, in my humble degree!; endeavored to her performance was altogether a wadj'

vails &cn which were injured or destroyed suggestion of Hernando County we expect will be witnessed four first ballot the two Key West members and aid in the development of the resources of to her enterprising proprietors and
during!!: the late gales on the southern coast,, to hold ,a Convention at Ocala. on the three other Democrats voted for him, and our State. I will not yet let the hope will tak her place in tbe line between this
hence. Ma k the go
twenty five thousand dollars. first day of July, believeing that such a Convention years prediction.S& city as soon remaining
Florda some
him coalition that
24 31 concentration
Whigs, electing by votes, by a of all our resources, a
Foittg Cape Hatteras light with first being made of delegates from the work shall have been finished '
up Butterfielil'li and then up.
elect Rail
new Ice Cream Pavilion they proceeded to Whig we may build up a Central Florida
of
order
illuminating apparatus and lantern several Counties of East and South Florida Those
who will lake tbe trouble to
Judges according to the contract.Thus road which will h. to State what the :
and elevating the light, fifteen thousand would result in much good, t the great undertaken was opened for vi Itors on Monday night. Central Railroad has been our the examine the St. Johns, will agree with nt'
Empire
dollar ; therefore, this meeting, in furtherance last. The proprietor having favored us i you see, the Democratic members to that she is clean, thoroughly and
State of the South what the Erie Railroad a bUilt
from West
Key \\ere the boltefs or
For: the iron -bolting
removing lighthouse tower
4 of that suggestion will appoint twenty with an invitation jo participate in the ceremonies the and and Canal have been to the Empire Stateof handsome v"sl, reflecting; much upon
at the junction of southwest and northtas legular unamuiou* caucus nomination -
said
four attend her builder
-r delegates to Mr. H.F. Villink Jr.
Convt/tion. attendant th we did so with -and bargained uiih the Whigs elect the North. If the result of such a road Every
renpon
of to
Jhe
Passa
1'Outre .
Mississippi to '
*3 ;%t* passes Pursuant the last resolution the following thing is on the principles, as .
substituting T. small beacon light instead, gentlemen t were appointed delegates to a Bright hearty good will, and can truly say their townsman (Mi. l\Jaluf') to the U. S. would be to build up a prosperous and the requisites best'strength, durability reg3i and'
: Senate and powerful town on the Atlantic, I
six thousand dollars. attend the Ocala,Convention, namely: i that we found his lee Cream delicious. Its they help the Whigs seaport comfort. She has accommodations*for
_ elect their Judges. want Florida, to possess those advantages ; &
: Dr. S. B. Todd, Joseph Braden, and her cabin
; cooling effects were] beneficial in passengers arrangements
decidedly nor IS it our interest, as Southern that
'I* ::.;"\ Ball. Road Meeting at Tampa. W. D.Freeman, W. H. Wyatt, Well, Mr. Mallory takes his teat in the men I are all satisfactory..
Y the further festivities of the night, in whichwe there should be but one large commercial
United States
? Senate I
C. L. Crawford. E. J. and Franklin Pierce The St. Johns, is owned by
At a meeting of the citizens of Hilfoborongh Hart had the of town on our Southern Atlantic coast. a companyof
Moon pleasure participating at in the Presidential Chair. Mr.
Joseph Mallory gentlemen sWCk
in this city, her list of4
Sir the citizens of East Florida
county, convened at the Court in Tampa SimanTurman, Lewis Lanier, other-and we must, be permitted to pay, far being faithful and true-to his friends, and a our I holders presenting no Florida
n' Tuesday" night the 29th ult. C. L. brethren, have a right to count upon our name Or
Jessee Carter, Thos. Michell, good wrecking lawyer, promptly files his old
Music Freeborn
1 more always is acquaintance, Capt. ,
agreeable; quarters.
Crawford. Esq. railed to the char co-operation in a scheme of general internal
was and libel I,
4 W. H. Meredith, James Gltis claiming the b>->t ffices in the Mate. part owner, will command her. Her machinery -
Dr. S. B. Todd, appointed Secretary. H. V. Win. charming to us-h more especially whenwe as salvage, fur lhexKey Wrlt boilers and hs, improvement and not that we should turn was furnished
by oar
The Chair called John Suel have the of its aside from them and our trade into the I felo\.tows
up Darling, Esq, M. Robert Gamble, pleasure\ ehilaratinj own family. The true alI! regular li.e pour man,"A. N. is in
I ,' : vrbo stated'the object of the meeting to he S. I.. Sparkman, C. L. Friebele, notes to aid us in tbcj use of the "light Democrat demurred and piotested-contending lap of the citizensof another Slate., A road of MIler"lad. engine respetlworthy ,

t ; to take into consideration the subject of E. Flazier, H. C. Bellows! tastic toe" surrounded by happy Qneens ol f Ihathe two Key West bolteis were nut from here! to Savannah o from Hamilton. power of 120 horses. The draught ba_of the
constructing Rail Road County ( ) might be will el'ouh for citizen
7 a across tbe Peninsula J. Branch S. regular and lice Democratic wreckers a
Dr. Delanney.On led in trim will about
steamer '
running 41
t May, and their danls. of Leon b .
: of Florida. but will it bUild the
ale and thereof entitled to ; up neg.
p motion of J. Darling:, Esq., it was no salvage; and specifically feet ,
-4
: On motion,the Chair appointed S. B.Todd, ordered that the proceedings of this meetingbe We wonder that everybody don't danceas aledglog and declaring that time lected interests of those eastern counties dimensions of the boat are follows r

1 *I James McKay, W. H. Freeman. W. C. Bel. for raided for publication' to the Florid well as partake of Ruterel. Ice cream said boiers had. only defeated the regular hitherto depressed and retarllel and second Length of keeel, 130; length 8 deck,
o
V. I '. lows and C. L. Friebele, a Committee tot Mirror, at Ocala and that the before doing so. Ther's nothing like it. caucus cndIdate for tie N .ate, t hut ha.1also I I to none in resources beginning to be 150 feet, having a rake forward of 5j feet;
draft Resolutions to developed I What right have to
to tins we pledgeor
? present meeting, Savannah Charleston and New Orleans pa- So think. collusively and piratically Ch.si'tedwith breadth of beam 26 feet ; extreme measurement '
and also a memorial to the Congress of the we Whi apply the internal fund of
: pers be requested to cony. "rascally s" and elected improvement from outside to outside of 47
: ; United States asking for a donation of land, C. L. CRAWFORD, Chairman, MINISTER FRANCE.-It is rumored at R. Mallory to the U. S. Senate, and 1t"IIItn divers the State to a road which falls' short of Feet ; depth of hold, 8 feet and guuds! ;
to aid in the construction of said road. On T to benefiting the whole State 1 ince
Judgeships, '
S. B. TODD. w.th
Secretary. concluding' ; the feet
I motion of James Gettis Esq, John Darling Washington that Governor FooT, of Mis- \higs: ) prayer, that the libel be dismissed But it is argued we must lean on Savannah side.wheels 2. in diameter."wit :
c '. added to said ,Committee. will be-' ? or have no road at .all. This l leadsus
. was A BONE FOR THE SOUTHERN DEMOCRACY. sissippi, appointed to succeed Hon. the bolting libellants expeJieJ: the I The work on the Seminole, the consort
After speeches from Col. Mills, of Miss., When President Fillmore invited Mr. Sena. WILLIAM C. Ems, Minister to France. party and as piratical to consider the extent of our own resources of tbe Si. Johns is and ,

; James Gettis an J H. Todd Esqs., the meeting tor Seward to dine with him, as is tbe cus. Gov. FOOTE l is a "gen a and scholar" and their agent and proctor lS.nalor lllocral. and to this I will ask leave to reply we understand she progressingrapidly be ready take, bet

tt adjourned to convene again: on Tuesday tern to'invite Members of Congress of all I emn a lory) be stricken from the Democratic rolls, in your next paper. In the meantime, Mr. place in ,the ,line wi tbe, t

; I z night, Jhe 12th iuL, when,the' Committee parties, there 'was a great outcry in the I I and is well fitted to adorn any position in for aiding, abetting and prolittmg by the Editor just say to your readers that, so far She will be by Capt.coining P. Blanken-!season.,

, w r require to make their report. Southern Democratic Press, that the entertainer which be will not subject his countrymen, party bolting and treacuery of his two townsuieu. from being hostile to the building of a'' Railroad ship -& cmmndt. April 28/A.
: j, r- of fbe Bloomer Fugitive Slave people to the infliction of having their ; to Pensacola, I hold mYIt'lf'rpallv' to P.uin
TCESDAT EvEKUtC l12 should received such newspaperpress make good a bona fide subscription i in,
f : April at Auburn have a an
a Persuant: to"adjournment a above, themeetingassembled compliment from the President of the (United filled,to overflowing with the fruits of The issue i being joined was promptly equal amount of money. and to place on Proceedings, j Town, C01CI' '
; bio I intolerable decided-the last mail brought -
'on Tuesday night the States. loquaicous propensities.,- c.lllnllllns, thl work an equal amount of labor to -
any *
.
12tbostantivhen'the Committe through Now.we we don1 ; and ,that There is man, in, the democratic party atwhos and Senator Malur"I un>llier-ni (laI is U of those zealous persons who are mouthingso COUNCIL CH.JnD' ). t;"

j I their Chairman, James Esq., reported was a lnp' epc-o the name Southern shipmentoulot\ the S.. Ma'ual ;r oueol tile Key'Wf.-t boilers 13 much about Savannah and,' have' con April 18-3. } ,- '
countrtbe people
,
the brotner-in-law of the met this o'clock' Pt; M.
, the following-Resolutions: Democratic Press to make the same sort of -Colector bolter stituted themselves the especial guardiansof Counci day al 5 ,
: would more heartily approve. We trust hem s,Inspector' this smut Ih LiomiorableSenators the interests of Pensacola., for purposes. H6a. fsaac ,1
; .),;_ : an because President Pierce ,(whichis p01'1 Prrnt
outcry
I '
be appointed. faithful still remains' Your's Swart,IntenJant H.:E. W.
Yoflr Committee whom John Van in ; Mer Bur. :
did
assigned the 1
I you i not '.custom) io"&t I respectfully. (I
, *t the duty of preparing 'Resolutions for the Buren, the corner-stone New York TAua.-I will dOlbtes surprise oar Washington Ui" secure the balance'of thesalvage WARD.The Clark,.ohn Clark,. Oak, 'Wai i .
1 action of this and.whom that'Gen.' 'JoHN for his bolting friends and sjmbatbizers. Hams, COilm'
i meeting you also free .Soilera,to a White House dinner.' We reaer. aro A. Dix, :
instrned to prepare the draft of a Memorialto don't it,because the'principal ,use a whoa the ''candidate for Governor 4 California 9T vr*. On motion, it was ,
expect 'M
the Congress the V"ite States, upon S thlr Doltie1 Democrat- c .makes of, a nero of N -wY Fre.Si 1848; _has 'been, nj Just now the there licensed is a-loud Delnocr and angry talk- The passage of the-foreign miners tax bill Resolved,,for That the a mitt of ,three* .with,,'
the subject. the ing among
of Ford R' Com ; is 4o green,ones. (here, .(iathe p tic'treceT had been received appinl.d. pDr
pony, have duty best South) otherwise Whigs, into voting tbeDmocrtc.tickt.NX. pointed by President, PIERCE'Minister -"well there is." ,The, with great rejoicing by : ", or'ay other eitfoen,
: of their perone, ta, ( ; France, succeed Hon. W.'. ; President Pierce and his Cabinet is emphatic, the native miners,as it was believed that its upon the subject ol erectiaPowderlsgazia. .
\
rlp t C."RIYJ
r.Uy".ab EzrU fleet would be .-.
and the to drive many of, foreigner ., and for a scite the same.Councilmen
mit, for ,your consideration, tbe Hon.'R. K. MEADE,'of Virginia i bas also interrogatory of Senator Hunter of from the mines. tbl selecting lo
TREATY. It is Virginia'to the' Postmaster-General .. Bouts, J. Clark jr
Resolutions aad Memorial
reLetiyetq this men a o '
: 4C'.T&HV.KTUE been appointed Mil'ister'to'Chi.' from the Atlantic were appointed-.the committee. ; ,
important subject viz: Washington t who rules here 1" is distinctly )>roni uncei,|. Imlortalio" ports were '*<
dt.1o\ -- "
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l/TheTIonda!Railroad a1tn'1ftbIGnerf { having some Judges &c. a during the fortnight ending : The following resolution was Idau
Company of!, thrjState- I ; as I:'important ,circumstance,, that the, \ Preident PIECI finding himself so, annoyed Whigs of the two Wbij ,,"lie'by he'15th ult., but from European ports they and unanimously-adopted:' ,

mb1l',. .the purpose I T iw l shown to'Santa, ,.Anna at, Vera. ? I by omc-aekers,bas. given notc low" and say nothing, We'ltbteT. ''J had considerably increased. ,_ ,' ,jo/wrf'That a Fire Department be of* .

of etSnjtnretinjf'a R1rQ' aroMjhej'cn,' I Cruz; that beexprel his approbation through t the columns. of tbeUni, n _tJ'a( e During the last fortnight'tf,no marine wrecks the The enormous MImi California stock of most,says articles that considering band glZe by to.the appiQtmeDtol tD.Wae;}'.

intnta 6f T orid :/, trjbaUry.pf the of( it; and furber-bat the adjustment, the can only lee persons on business. at crtamhouri disasters have been reported ; indeed the and the consignmeutaknownto on be, number It the'duty

Atlantic Ocean .$ termmale'in like' manner uestion, by Lmbari&llourtunatefor of days in the weeknamed.Ex.Governor ., t< success of,the ,"piratical political, wreckers'1 on:the ','a),, it is.not ': dens *give" ab o ui'W&- .,!
oo tSe'GulFof.Mexf .lSoath of Sawar'nnee: ha engrossed all minds, and it is will reach for several .specle ta'price that t occarwithin oren the townI4The
Anoaf
I:'_, Rr'' & deit towmptish.in' per Suit u'ii'wil'relne' HPBBARD, 'of Maine,' has give.a,piratical; type and, faredi wilt leave, .profit evenjo the tat. may said Wardens lbeii.of. :and) 'd* '"*
Infenfitl Improvement much,troubliJ: appointed! Consul 1 tRio. Janeiro.: ,,: man events'1 hereabouts ; I Ihipper
iin* .BC.U'}: ( (. r.fJJcillq ..Flour ha further declined, sales ,of Boated *3iiiiitiii'ii4i th ,FireDepartmen. of_the Toinf\ _,
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who shall lure tofill {|cy.Aiie her8cie.Ufle W..aer-Inoa- .J.t "
Jacksonville
power TAW?: TO DTIPTICSJ, &, HOUGHTON'S Charleston and Florida .ST. A. :,* :
vacancies during the COl ; 0. J. CHAFEE M. W. SrAMAKD : h I I
year. r cm :
PJTPSMT lie
tn* &#*** ntd, or TJ. 'SMATtSTEAjfEfli.ia .. .lv'
the following gentlemen were
Whereupon Gattrte Auct prepared '
frem RMMKT. or the ae "

elected, and they are respectfully requested rouaTBIITn..CH or THI r z. after directions of : CAROLINAr- Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, OllAPEESA'1AND & COFT' : r
Baron LJEBEG the

to A.serve M.viz Reed: ,A. A. Canon, E. A. Oak. lit, b7 ThIs J. *'UOpGRTON.M.peat phynological,D.. .Philadelphia. Chem-- JEi"JLC. 1HlIIJt..f.iIL inn : NO: 175 EAST BAY.. No.. 79 'East. Bar, opposite. Frzsim .llflr1.v'r ,i
is
H.'D. Holland, wonderful remedy for IN. Qpposjje Corner of S. S. Farrar &B/jo. .
WlolAlsop,Jaa. Livingston, DIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA. JAUNDICE Through to ,
J; A. Barbee S. N."VilliamJ F. C. Barrett LIVER ?y&AnT'! C*rTIPATIOI? The Palatka in 24 to,30,Hourt. jan6-6m- cBARtEsroN- ,- -, si: c. CHARLESTON S. C., .*- ,

and J.H. H. Boars E and coring after CAROLINA will,leave Charleston every ( and Wholesale Lean *.J .
KATCM'S ,
ow rnorer *
Foin-r I qnaz.r.esg
: Saturday at 3 P. M. orer .
.at
then adopted THonby KATimrt own*an .the Returnin .will leave PA Newst ck of and Domestic 'barrtb KuP..a Jr
The following Ordinance wu JUICE. Pamphlets GASTRIC LATKA every Monday at 7 A; M., Picolata 10 Spring Good 1 .Liquor! ?mj -w 9, Cordraln.I 'Jamaica, kejr* L" doaea_ _t 1 .

by aananimons vole; .*, of its value furnished containing Scientific evidence A. M, and Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A.M. p ..lobac ..ani1JaUfactul lmJ .cdddo ., .' .
Ordained *ysthe; Intendant and by Agents gratis The, FLORIDA. will leave Charleston ,of Syrup of Sardines .I. b *. .
Be it "
ft> ee the advertisement. every LUon
.
CouncUmen the Town of Jacksonville, sp2.lyjHT Tuesday at 3 P. M. Returning, will leave Pa m SllllS.H E ill JilOiS on hand an txttntnt qulll *:)1elretl11 damsV la *i
t
Kt
latka Thursday. njyy .
being 10 o'clock A. \.!, TO.,* rv, Cal ) j
That if any person or persona present 3 P. M.; Jacksonville Friday o'clock.--- ---A.-M. Ao. 30 Ei-Bay. South of the Post Office tl teU tn wkuh they art ** India.. Pe Glnjrrr A &""boxes .of f 4
ban% refuse CityandConaryMncAoists n
I togive
in this town a* .
at a fire These steamers connect with all the interior -.
active aid and assistance when called \ My Stages of East Florida and connect both ways CHARLESTON. S. C. utual-liberal term.- --' Freack. Cietrics. ua Brandy, --xel.f 1 u: .. t
with the New York CoclUcBu1rnT.-J. J. Dnpnr. 1. 'I'.R o Ue* i
.officers of the Fire Department, steamships Carolina Railroads < rV'
upon by the fined ,and the Wilmington Roads. flE Subscriber o ;sale-a : Pine Castillon & Co., J. Hennesy. II. (. Fruit. In.. Brandy. In boxes. of 1 4ose' soeb..
be or they shall be not exceeding 03-Passage from Charleston to assortment or wJet dud & Co.. Leger From Otard Dopuy & Co.. eworwrlol 9 wsV -*' *' '* .s t

twenty dollars or be imprisoned not male GROCERIESF.WAVER&C'I $8. from Charleston to Palatka. $10.Jacksonville' adapted 1.0 the Southern trade which will be, J. & F,.Martel sid ,other choice brands in IJo.1u ia their...JII.d..to.. -i! '." ".' ;

than fire days; or if black or colored, be For further particulars apply to a the lowe rates for cash or approved paper ol half pipes, quarter and eighth casks and in boxesof l"ieFrnit.aocl.i.tuart', .*,. 'r', 'F .
OF j. W. 'llehanta visiting the city 1 dose each. auj ..Yeriu: st. ReSeed&
whipped not exceeding thirty-iiine lashes CALDWELL Charleston. the are invited to an. 'X1ftaJCAN JprtT.. .
HJUfIT th'proor. in imititTdii1i .,
BELLECHASSE & FIN iion
EGAN. sock
at the discretion\ the Intendant. Jacksonville. A. PRINGLK French.inhaUpipea.quarter_ ..Aathesjk. .110 Loar. i. Lox" Ukl bait Los. of II I.,.

The Council then adjourned. R. R, REID, Palatka. SO East Bay South of the Post Office. Do do 1st proof in oarrels. 9lJo"Cmshi.a in l.1Do t

GEO. C. POWERS, Feb. I.tfOpposition jan6-fm CharlestonSC.PRIOE HOLLAND Git-Pine Apple, Anchor..Cologne blU'J'Pt.t
Oronrf ,
-- and CloverLeaf Brand or Jn barrels.. : 1
Clerk Council. -- ---- -- -- i ? 'Do Steam
Refined
WHISKEY-Irish and Scotch. Candy ia buxce of .IN.

Line, carryingthe & YEADER Do Monongahela 1st and 2.1 qnalitvi [each. .. ,., 1i
MARRIED! Do / '\t. Pittsbnrg, Sheaf Rye [ \hD bed r"riU'" M U. S. Mail dlI\ II Lard't'll.
Oa the evening of the 21st inst. by the Rev. ; 147 &nrbon. _.
tautil"
or
WM. H. HULL to Miss BETWEEN Do a1timore.. Western Rye and ew: iosp iuiltfulty, ia boxes"ot
J. L. Jeny, Mr. Bay street Savannah Orleanisrectified. bt'U& :.each. .,

FRANCIS ERANNING, daughter of Mr. Palatka, Fla., and Savannah Oa., AT all times a,large assortment, of fine Rr -old Jamaica St. Croix New Orlcan I!I. "'p. Jllrk..'. X.. I. .<"_ ''P' ;.i

all of Black (INSIDE ALL THE WAY .tt CLOTHS and New England. ; Curke. Velvet %Vioe. ill hale,, and bag .f 1
Ellen ,
George and Mary Branning, _. ,) .. lrrlkC"eaeh. __-
-- PEACH BIU..DT-Old North Carohnaand,
ir-r-------, .. _
Ha ftcolata. Black ,
: Cnek. Creek and Jacksonville, CASSIERE8.Nn VF.TTNtr ginia. lit "UlomOQ u oiiie, bngi 7 grots.. '."
-- Fla, and St. Marift Brunswick, and Darien -I they are prepared to -;;measure in I APPLE BRASBT New Jersey and North Caro-j! 11..J u; IlDrl Tar. 5I ., _
STOHE his name as I the best manner. Also Una. I 110 Velvet Vmuithn.; _" '4
Ga. "Dtt .
J.GKOHGK presents I ... Srvests
F ('nDiAI aN o... ,? Vl.wx.- "'*<_ ..,I.. .,__.. ItII.
a candidate for CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT,: ft STEAM PACKET leady.mace Clotbing. Rose Cinnamon and .p..r.411111..1. { JVt. Cider or Apple. iu barrel. ..

CO URT,at the October election,at the instance fgiWti'iiif.. THE %, Captain N. A large Stok FNE Clothing of good materials WIVES-Madeira, Newton, Gordon.Cn,tart &I j I :'F.n.ulart" niHortmeiit .0 Uio ..
CO.t.d.-
friends. April 7th. KING, leaves Pal atka every Monday morning and well mae. Co., Leacock and Jardine, in l and j casks 2s .. *th r f
several
c4 ,. _'' .' at 8 o'clock. With a large FANCY ARTICLES Port, Page's Key 1nId nther ehoicebrands.CIoiCU' "nd- r-din--t :' AI.o_FJ t,
: Arrives at Jacksonville same evening and Hats, Caps, Canes Umbrell. Shirts, Cravats. Sherry pale.lJatf Gordon i Co.. Benitan and!ridas- havana I-heroo-rt C.h. s..... "

EPICAL KOtlC leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching Stocks, SCr &c. of which will be other choice bmud 'rua'u'co-P. I4jl4a.w.'g: ftlttbrate.l IlntMT. \
iJ.NQ\Q\\ at all the intermediate places as above. sold at PRICES. Do lo Brown do do. ;Dr". .i lb. plu.iuwhel,, and half boxes, or 100

Through Fare from Palatka, Picolata and Savannah, March 4th, 1833. 10-ly Do Teneriffe.Ventoso's London Particalaraod'Ihs.eseh.. |
DOCTOR W. J. L'ENGLE Black Creek. $8 00 Cargo do. '' Du Hough antI 1taI11. in kegs of about 100 .
ittl. .
Offers his Professional Services to the citiseni of STATE OF FLORIDA. Through Fare from Jacksonville 6 00 WM. R. SYMONS Do Sicily Madeira quarter casks. '' lo Won'.IIJN-miurn? '
3-N. B. The Welaka connects with the.team.hlp Do Malaga dry and sweet, in 4 and i "as 'S. lobaccu in *,,&*, and
Dual ;
and County. Ill.
Jacksonville PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE Cossrrnrno LONDON POItTEByuS' and pints. I
State of Georgia, for DRAPER[ AND TAILOR
Philadel- : 1)0 Eli1n""l.
{ Office In the '.Republican" Build- OF SAID STATE, phia. Scotch and East lndiaHAle. quarts k pints.;, ht..xIf tu.a IW eDo eh

lug ap 21 Adopted by the sixth General Assembly. AGENTS.K. AND DEALER IN CHAMPAGNE CinER-Uoses.one dozen each. Li .And. I'1-a variety "f oth 'r brands. i" 5'.,8V, and ,
Do do Casks three and six: dozen each. ,

ICE ICE !II! ICE AN A c-t to alter and[No.amend I.] the Fourteenth and .. R.W A DUKE VIm &Palatka.F. CO., Jacksonville.. REA DY-M ADE CLOTHING, drau..ht.VISE BirrEas-Boxes, one dozen each, and on_ i!-, ui-'lIIukill".l o II 'Itt Tol pprj:"o.. ,., boxes ..f 3 and S dozen. .

1 '){\ TONS just received from Boston, and Twenty.Third Clauses of the Third Article Feb. 24-tf S. M. LAFFITEAU, Savannah. NO. 17 'WHITTAKER STREET Co'rdiaU.'assorted, do do. Wine Uol.,lFiwi l suit German Patent ia I .

i/wVr for sale by the subscribers. and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of SAVANNAH Claret Wine do do. 'b.\lJper. groauch.. .

Order from the country carefully and promptly the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this United5tatt"s Mail Line Madeira do do. I' 1-1a..kll-Qul&rtll.ill.. s>ml half Jl at.. t '
attended to F. WAVER It CO. I State. Gloves, Suspenders, Shirts,anil Gentlemen's Port do do. i Iiviiiiioliird 1,2,: 4. ami 5 gallon :

Jacksonville, 11.1&y5. 1333. : SEC. 1. Be it enarted by tht Senate and House BETWEEN Furnishing articles generally. Sherry do do. | Ciui J'j'lesno1 ll m-Sprrnt.: Pearl. and Aikmantine. i'

Rrpnuftatiftt of tht State of Florida in General Palatka Fla. and Savannah Champagne, in basketsone dozen eaci, qnsrtsj; autttM.llv '.
Ga. jan27lyBUTTER Ttt .
'n, liuj-erial,aaj Black. I
.
New Groceries and Provisions. Assembly convened '1 hat the fourteenth and pin -Fla Heidieick, Bouche Catlium' 1 I'
.
Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of (INSIDE ALL THE WAY,) and other brands. jnr-J-Il
'%{\ Barrels Genesee Flour AND CHEESE EMPORIUM, The above of the finest Whwsiimimrted. ,
&\9 20 Half barrels Genesee Flour this State be so altered aud amended as to readas Via Picoli-ta. Black Creek and Jacksonville comprise some

23 Ebb laltimore Flour follows vii: "There shall be a Secretary of Fla., and St. Mary's, Brunswick and BYm6f" i_ t

1000 Lbs Bacon ids State elected by the qualified voters of this Mate Ga. '
1(00( Lbs Bacon Shoulders on the first Monday in October in the year. 1850. Darien DD1 New Spring Goods. Eountv Laid and General Atency \
"bo shall continue in oQje during tb. t< of I ,
2 Tibia Lent Lard :nn rrz .nrtn: STEAM PA KET-WM. A\ '
lour yean; and be shall keep a fair register the *= JL rs'u E nudersigceil has just received by steamer.: ashinrton D.C. I
3 l'a ke choice Hums official act aud proceedings of the Governor utd G.ttTONCapt.T.E.SHAr, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, direct from New York.A ,"J CSKfll M'. WALKUll will give prompt
10) Bbls New Mess Pork shall whea leaves Palatka every Thursday morning at 8 amiffirient attention ti. the UUU.Vfl"
he
5 Kegs Orange Co butter urinuttsauduuchers required lay relative} same,and all papers, oMock. WHOLESALE DEALER IN Large Stock of Spring and Summerl!1,!...\N D CLAlMS of Officers n,1] uMien

4 Half rbU F M Reef tjeoeral A! cmbly. and shall perform thereto-uch before other the Arrives: at Jacksonville same evenings and BUTTER AND CHEESE Goods ,i,,in the Fu>ttii>t WAR, or in ritber of the engaged IIDUT .
5 Bags II io Coffee leave on Friday morning at 3 o'clock ;k'u" in which the L'. State have ,
duties as iual. l ere'ui.ed ii! him by law: Pro- touchingat which he now offers to the public at very low ben enjraged.'
5 BbS Pilot Bread That all the intermediate points as above FROM 'i or the War with Gnat Britain of .t
riled l'.t-term o office of the secretary of DIEC prices for cash. The Assortment is complete in 1312;-wibiui I
8 Cases Claret Porter 'tate to lot t'1"t..1! >i.,uter this amended Constitution C3 N. B The new steamer GOSHEN NEW YORK. every variety style and fashion. I < uu the U.State*MIUTAKT 'ERV'JCI.1. .
1 Cuk London "tJttii not the articles be found '!:ri-i'i.iF:*. PENSION LlJCT PIUPaCTY, .
uutil
'IIa1" "! the term of office "St. John Among many may and to
Scotch Ale
1 Cask uf the vulc i i' cii-.l -ball extiire. jan27-Iy Domestic and English Prints; Do Ginghams; I any description of buainesa rrqniring an Agent or
5 Boxes Candy Nc.2 h i :// "C'UcltdThatthetwenty. now nearly finished, will be put on the line. Printed Muslins and Lawns from 10 cU. tlil!:Attorney' U-. Candles
5 Boxes third Clju*' 230 Lbs Codfish t'uti MOIIIIE AND II llEfluICSOL K Plain Silk Tissues I ITarltcns the charge will be proportioned to the nature .
it : altered and amended as with the New York Steumeaevcry Saturday FigM and Berage; ; vl,
4 Bbls Sugar 1 t:. r'a.i! ,i"J A S state Treasurer and Swiss, Mull, Jaconets, plain and 'difficulty nt the ratt.

1 Ubl Pickles \ oai, t oi-.t-: ", \'-eoIh.I. shall be elected Thmuh Fare from Pulatka, Picolata and WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS checked; He will nlao act in connection with Agents or

1 Bbl Mackerel b\ tI,!'p.I..e; i .j,-ut lii.s Mate on the fir.-t Black! 'reek, - $8 00 French Cambrics, plaid and plain; i i Attorneys in Fkirula. who IlAaY be employed in
2 Half bbl ckertl M loud.I' in > "-. an i every Trough Fare from Jacksonville 6 00 AND DEALERS IN Changeable Summer Silks, troth S7J c. to $I; i Bounty. Land and other claims, on tenoi which 1.
2000 Choice f egar tno years tli '.a.It'J. AGE SN. Wide Back! Silks; Florence and Marceline!way !* _Rre
1 Bbl Burning Fluid Stc. 3- lit it fatiier rmcte, T I.at the tlur A. E HERTZ Palatka. PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, $c. Silks; I paiil will receive immediate attention. ,. d' } \ 4

1 Bbl prime Old Whiskey teenth CUuat vi the fifth A.iunui i
1 Bbl Sperm Oil Nuts tion ofthU Mate be HO alte.u i It. aall."IJcJ: a- CLAGHOKN & CO., Savannah.Feb. A few rich embroidered and plain Canton Crai.! J'
Whole, half and quarter boxes Raisins to read as follows, viz The', .er'. Ill' uptem>: 24-tf PERFUMERY, BRUSHED, &c., Shawls; J.H.G.DIcCUTCHEI "' Ji'1 _
Water
Maccaroni Vinegar, Mustard Congress Court and the Clerks of the l"u. :.8I1C ry, AND LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.GlBOS'S White Lace Mantillas, &c; ; ATTORNEY AT .).
Tobacco Alcohol, tc. fcc.lie. Just received per shall be elected by the qual.fit'I. c. rs of this FORUnited PHJT.ADELPHIA A choice lot of embroidered Goods, Pointed!i I WAMIlNinoN CITB.. C, \
brief Susan and Louisa and for sale by BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH, GA. !I.: in the Courts I
t CO. State on the first Mondai. ctolKi.i the year Collar: I.Practices of the District and
May 5 1853. F WAVER 1856 and every four years the eafur, and the jan276mH Do. L. C. Hdkfj, Chimesettes Undersleeves |i Claim for Pay Peasiona I ft t

Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by States Mail Line. Cuffa, &c.; I I Bounty Laud, Lout horses &e.l.t. -

"AMman Rezon.1A the qualified electors in such manue as is now A I H I DV A 1 R E The latest fashion of Ladies' hats at very low I I, By II late act of Con;, o/T srulosn of 1
of this uble Masonic hereafter be Revolutionary Sctlicr are entitled I
FEW more copies va or may prescribed by law. prices; ts Pmsiuns. 3
Work, for sale by SEC. 4. Be itfitrtiier enacted. That the six Philadelphia and Suvamiah Steam .N'aviga- I HAVE on hand and am constantly receiving Misses and Ladies'Flats; 2J. The widow of officers and soldlen of the .,

apr 23 F. C. BARRETT, Agent. teenth Clause ofthe fifth Article of the Constitution lion Company. a full supply of Hardware ; consisting of Rich Bonnet Ribbon and Linings; 'Irftte War, War with Mexico, aI the*Florida .

of this State be, and the same i. hereby so TUE new and splendid side- Cutlery Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws Cross Cut Ladies and Misses' Slippers, Tics Gaitors !War, are entitled tit Pensinm,It their husbands I

Important to the Hungry altered and amended as to read as follow, vii : wheel steamship Saws Hoes, Chains, Nails,Axes, Blacksmith and Boots and Bootees; .|were killed in service, or died disease eol nct- ?of
There shall be an Attorney General for the State "STATE OF Carpenters1 Tools and all other articles usually GE TLEmo'I. I led while iu Hfrtree. 4 t .
FOE
100 bushe s Corn',50 barrels Flour 10 bbl who shall resident the seat of Government ; it 1,200 tons register,Capt. WA HEORGTA. kept in my line of business.C. A fine assortment of Ready-made Clothing -:i :.M. -willows who have received five YHl'l''i '

Irish Potatoes; just received and Cash.forM shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the will leave Savannah &follows: HOPKINS Agent. Pants.very Coats, Vests of every style quality,i Tnsiou are entitled (o a renewal of ,- i
!. at the fewest market rates. Terms General Assembly and 'be of No. Congress St., Savannah, Ga.jan2l.ly I sinus.I ,
upon 1'assage uny Wednesday February Wednesday May 4. 17 and fashion; a beautiful style of Summer lint I l
apr!- F. C. BARRETT, Agent. act to draft and submit to the Geuei'al Assemb'y' March 9. May 18. for gentlemen; also a superior quality of French I These can be obtained by addressing as abevty "

at the came session all necessary forms of proceedings March 23. Jnnel. Boots and Gaiters; Shirts, Drawers, \Wrappei.I:post loa d. Feb.24-Cm 1 I

Interesting to the Thirsty under such laws, which when approved, April 6. June 15. JNO. M. COOPER CO., Collars Cravats,&c. Cloths Cassimcres,v ebi-]I Circuit Court :
Easter
.
shall be published therewith and he shall Circuit f Fl.rl-
June 29. hand. Tailoring done to,
Old Sheaf per- April 2 logs, always on ALo.
Cognac and P brandy, form such other duties u be WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I.f Wi. Uaval CosiMtjr*
OLD| London may prescribed by This has been built with the strictest DEALlt order on short notice. I :
Ship regard f
and Monongahala whiskey law; he shall be elected by the qualified electorsof S 1'lanters wishing to make large bills can do ns'I Samuel Bryant, "1 t ..
the the comfort of h Books
wine warranted to produce to safety and er passengers, Stationery
Porter and Port this State, on the first Monday of October in and her 5 well at this store as any other in the Southern I. vs. I .-"! SI
desired effect,j tut received by the year I I6, and every four years thereafter accommodations are unsurpassed by any : owiih S. L'oLer Sarah R. >In InChaneerr ,
%- F. BARRETT Agent. but be steamship on the coast. CORNER WHITAKER ST.JULIAN ST&, States.A his '.f, .'.(" .
apr may removed by the Governor on the address A in large lot of Negro's Wear constantly ou I liakrr, wife, Calvin I -SliryaiiamlotheH. i, "
new steamship now buiding. every respect No. 04 Waring' Range, .I .
two-thirds of the two Houses of the General I J
-
HOUSE of AND Jacksonville LOTS,FOK.situated SALE-in immediately the Assembly and "hall receive for his servicesa her place equal in to the the line"State during Georga."w i June take SAVANSAH.e hand.The public are solicited to call and examine..I 1T having been made to appear by affidavit that ,I I ..i; '

compensation to be filed by law: Provided. OLCOTT, Goods and Prices as they will find it to their interest J.H.'I.U $. Uaker and Sarah R.,hU wife, two t
of the St. Johns river apply to next. and will, with the State of Georgia, J.XO. COOPER WM. A. E. SNAPF. s :
bank That
the the of J ;
en term office of the Attorney Generalto to at this store- article being othe dvieuilant in this reside 2 C
JAMES L1VIN GST OX. make a weeklline. leaving each place on Wed -- '- -- purchase every cause, beyond the
apr21 be elected under this amended Constitutionshall nesday. Printing and Bookbinding executed with sold cheap for cub. limit uf this rotate aud iu the Mate of Georgiai :
not commence until the term of office of the L. B. AMERMAN I IOn i-iuiiua uf U. Dunuan Solicitor tot
Cabin from Savannah to Phila and co.ptaiD'If.
Piano-Forte for Salt.. officer now elected shall expire. Pasag neatness despatch. Block Newnan and'ant, it is ordered that notictj be given m easae .
$25 No. 2 Byrne's corner 1
IL VERY FINE PIANO-FORTE Is offered SEC. 5. Be it further reacted That said elections Cabin from Save to New York, Foreign Book imported to order at X. Y.prices. Bay stre t. !lnew
A. for sale on very reasonable terms. It can shall be conducted and the returns thereof page 2 Feb l.t Isaid Jo tf.u :liaker and Sarah IL., Lie wife to .J ,
Fot made in the manner now prescribed or which I JACKSONVILLE,April 141853. [ and answer the said complainant's bill "
,
W seen at the Buffiagtonllo partiealanbquire C. A. L. Agent in Savannah. appear :
may hereafter be prescribed by law, for the election LAMAR iwithin I
HERON Dissolution Notice. four monthji; iithcrwbw mLt hill .hfl
of CoL S. orG ,
Buffinrton -
O F. SKIFF.s2I4s of member to Congress from this State ; Agent in Philadelphia. heretofore existing COOPMAN'S Bale I a g EstabALihinett.1'1&akI rtJ--c. ;ufc-o agaiust them, and that thU ,
and it shall be the duty of the Governor to issue THE Copartnership the of b. COOPMAN continues to supply oruer bo published IU.aTurv aid once a week. .
_J the undersigned under style
commissions, aDder the seal of the State to the HENRY secutively for four moot hi. '
Feb.2tfNEW L. HAKKI-ON & CO., is this day dissolved of Jacksonville with
f persons receiving( the highest number of votes for W. A. FOK WARD.Judge, &s ,
for Lake Monroe. YORKPACKET by mutual The business of the firm will
Hegnlarly the said several offices. cnnt. GOOD BREAD, Jacksonville.2-ith March, 1303. 31-tm '
!
ON Whom
be adjusted by J. .SANDER upon
SrrnGluULAssDfB.T.-Paued the House
SARAH 8PALD- .
.
THE steamer CA&B-OXLY.
by Dr. Representatives the CoDJt.itutionalmajoritl. LINE all indebted are requested to call and make immediate FOR CASH, AND Court Probates ..
1&:? ING,having purchased atCsia
A.8.Srvxa.kas resumed her regular January 3. 1853. Passed the Senate by the payment. I is necessary that the His store is situated on Bay-street 2 doors Muca a
trips from JacksomvQle to Lake Monroe...touch- Constitutional majority January 6,1833. books of the late firm should be closed withoutdelay. from the old corner of Wm. Alop (at presentF. State 0 Florida, > 7 ., .,. 1.. ') : t tecutoi
E. L. HARU1SON, Waver kCo's.) where can be had at all times. -
Ueruautlo S.
intermediate
lag *t the laDdiop.she County j : _
SANDERSON and PASTR Y of de
J. P. CAKES
will leave Jacksonville every Satnrdry.borniag OFFICE or SFCRETA-T OF STATE ) BREAD every TTohu A.Sutton and Wjubingion T.Mayo/'Cf/
I.
at 8 o'clock; arriving at Palatka same' Capitol. Tallahassee March 2, 1853. ( The New and Regular line of Paket between Jacksonville April 2 1853. ap 7-U. scription. the will find it convenient 'lejf ,on the state of Peter W. Law...deeeu
I,CHARLES W. DOWSING, Secretary of State Persons from eonntry I l iMartha C. Law other" .
eYen! New York Jacksonville, and e< vs. and I
composed business orMerchandilmg these articles fresh, at
Leare Palatka every Monday morning at 7 for the State of Florida do hereby certify the by the new and fast-sailing schooners The Subscriber win continue the to supply themrclveuitu! To Alr31arth. C. Law, d".or.poter.w...
the old stand of E. L. Harrison bis Private families regularly suppliedin !
o'clock, for Enterprise ; arriving at Enterprisethe foregoing to be atrue and correct copy of the I. .Joseph Ortee,%tons A.ROGERS, Com'r.Jersey & Co., where at he will be pleased to dispose oflod town counter.as bcreMurel'artiei |I.!Law Lite'of said county deceased and to aQ
tame n original on file in this office. Oak, on..l S. ROGERS, Com'r, before offered. famished can at all lot: hew fuucernej to whom these presents, shall
mnch lower rates than ever wishing pastry I'
U. S. MaO 'In Testimony Whereot I have hereunto !
The Sarah carries the ''cOllie grrtttiog.
SpiLling
will between the .
ply regularly ports.Agent heretofore so accommodated with and on
be promptness
of the times
will be affixed signature and the Great Seal of patronage | Now know that are hereby command
from Palatka Enterprise. She so overhauled my in New York of E. L. j I' yea yon
late house
as to be in excellent condition for the : the State of Florida Done at the Capitol JOSEPH GR ICE, Water liberty extended to the solicited.T. reasonable this terms. of expressing thanks'ed to be and u|']H-ar before this court on the21dt -
take my
respectfully I opportunity
& Co.
service and the accommodation of passengers = in the City Tallahassee, on Monday the in i :which day of May next, to contort or demur as
evidences encouragement
BARRETT Agent. liberal
BISBEE; k CANOVA.April 23tb day March, A. D. 1853. and seven- Agent, Jaeksonyie. A. C. for the received. and while respectfully the case may be. the proving out of he last will
Agents. ty-seventh year of the Independence of the Agent in : I CA'OV 1 have already continuance of the same feel warranted'and testament of I"rterV. Law as noaeapa.
United States America. Palatka. Dissolution 'Notice. I asking a i I lively made by hun the said Law, ia his lu&. ,
for the bread which offer qualities
DUE. in the in claiming -
HERNANDEZ C. W. DOWNING, All directed to will be HE Copartnership heretofore existing make illnces.
JOSEPH V goods in all the ementul which to
go
Secretary of State. forwarded. prompt T St. Johns steam Saw Mill between the subscribers unsurpassed and wholesome. Given under my hand and private seal there _
the of DANIEL MOOSRYIt the staff of life palatable.pure, being no seal of oQoe. this 12th of) _
and 1 ailorJACKSONVII&EVE. 4th. 1832. under style bet flour which,with day .: '
Draper 8tltembr 2tJacksonvile mutual J. P. I will continue to use the ( 1353. I L.
CO is dissolved by cnsnt. A. D. ( S.) E. J. kNIGHT
FJOSEPH Spiritualist's Library. Sanderson and J Jacqulin Daniel having purchased personal experience in cnstolDer.r'Good the.rt Baking Bread.justifies&c Jndge of Probate, llernando Coanty, Fla.,, :. .
PARTRIDGE Jt BRITTAN Foundry the of George Mooney and E. L. me in promising my i march ii -
iterest HENRY COOPMAN. -
V. HERNANDEZ returns thanks ftew '* Harrison therin. ___ __ .__. march 24-tf I ;
Friends sad the Public generally, ortment UANlfcL,, ------ a1ul.Provlsfonst &t
a complete as of Books and J. JACQULIN New Groery .
for the liberal patronage be has received and HAVE devoted to tie facts philosophy, XXX si o Oa a na < KT cEnrUs.ss I I. GEORGE MOONEY, Notice.IHC :: *
hopes by strict attention to business, to merit and advocacy of Spiritualism, which they will E. L. HARRISON I CO. I 1 THE( SUBSCiiBEIlhaving< tk.athe.* .
a continuance of the same. Having just received I supply in any quantity,and ou the most favorable subscriber mad ive and Jacksonville, April 13, 18. undersigned having barn this day ep-! ou Bay St..formerly occupied by 0' -
having T
a fine assortment of goods, consisting of blue and terms. We refer to the Spiritual Telegraph fora THE in their eun establishment The St. F. saw hereafterbe pointed aud qualified bv'the Hon. JuJg*'.4.1.op & uitt'$.. wunhl invite the attention of par -,
improvements Probates tbr the County of llernando and:chasers to their large and general a* rtm* if) ''" '
black CLOTHS. of di'erftltqualities.black and list of our Books. prices rate of postage tc. 1: conducted by the undersigned sole owners. of ; .
are now prepared to furnilb- CO. of Florida Administrator of the Estate of Groceries.Provisions, fce. se.. coneuting in
colored CASHMERS LINENS and DRILLSfor THE SPIRITUAL TELEGRAPH U a Steam from under the style of SANDERS' N & State part ).ft f
any required power of said County I .
late
Engine deceased
o P. SANDEUSON, Daniel Simmons
pants VEST1NGS of different patents.TRIMINGS. weekly paper devoted to the ELucidation of J. !FtlJcr.
fce., fce., .Mrert from the North.he Spiritual Phenomena and contains a record ot one Saw to one hundred hon J. J. DANIEL hereby notifies all persons indebted to said Estate Fulton rb' Beef., Batter.M .. 1
is executJ al work entrusted Mills; 14-U to forward and make immediate payment Com.Ltice.. a Pork.. Lard.r'VFieklwl
to come
prepared the most interesting fact. Itc. A very interesting April 13, apr f
Mills
Sugar ; 18. claims the same to Shad. Cheese ,
to his) care with despatch, andln a workmanlike discussion cf the tact and philosophy of the Horse Powers and all those having against t ) ,
&neer. He invites all to give him a can on Manifestations is now in course of publication Mills and; all other machinery used in JoifJosiah Aihurst present them by the statute or t"eYlrm be barred. MutkereL (. '.*
SIMMONS.Hernando _
ELIJAH Choice Hams.
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Newna 2d door from Dr Byrne's Grif .
street new between Dr. B. W. Richmond and &. B. Brit tan. .
bonding-assuring the public that hit prices All the back numbers can be furnished. Subscription iron country and Brass Castings. keep constantly .hand Medicines County, Fla.,March 19,1853. 31-St I l1&on SUes&Shoulders.. ,, : i I
shall be moderate,and all warranted to I WILl the cure of all Chronic Diseases. No Powder.Shot. Starrh. \ ..j- I
garments 60
price f per annum Specimen copies Steam Boat, Saw Mill, and other repairing, at and Administration Notice. Candles. Lfqnon.osp. '
.IL sent Faa. charge for examinations prescriptions; __
N. B. Cutting and repairing at the shortest The increasing interest and rapid occurrence short rlotic.t from as will and mae of most D charge will is hereby given that six weeks from Lt'(t. Segars."tiPa'jits :
Machinery imprnee.
t CCJ-All purchased b NOTICE OiK Drugs ks. te -WhfcS the1fll1W
aotloe Fcb for.failures dear at' any to the of Probate ,
10-Iy of faots, demand more space and additional ser in in part of the State be made shall apply Judge '
put operation any SCll lOW VIIR C.VSIt. \ \ ,
and the Volume 11 to ,Among his Medicines will be found-' Dnval for letter of Administration on l f -
vices Telegraph ( coromeuutf machinist, when desired and upon price of county Their.tnck! of 'gnodfbaving' .
in -Msy next) will be' greatly enlarged i comptent.terms. i Compound Ton Pills; the Estates of.Philip Smith, Aaron Tison and]' _Veeorpurehasedr
for flatter themselves that
cash they
Charles De Waal Auctioneer after which the price will be Two Dollar Antifebrile Fi;* John Stratum deceased. 11 they e
without
,estimates furnished, o
I" Drawings ,and t'AIJre1l then IIn term which will make it otr *
Ointment >6w W. S. HARRIS. aa : .
THE SHEKI AU. Volume 11, is being issued Pile ; MarchSlst. 1853.; *
JACKSONVILLE E. F. '
charge. forfeit for 'jeet to buyers lurch w of them.
and other Mixture-$10 .-.
Sale in anv part -of the County attended to. Monthly, and i*devoted to mental and Spiritual MOONEY I GOOKIN, Gnorrheal Balsams remedies. NOTI I f P: WAVEE. -i. CO. Kt .
Science. U contains fact and .
nianyimportaat 0 '
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sad respectfany aoQcited :} and Machinist Medicines infallible. Jacksonville,.! ,. 18,1322.,, :: =;
profound expo!iti'U'Hlr the psychological on I o'ndt. AH persons having demands againit.hej ,
November 11th. 18i, tf which they d i"i>4. ,E.h number contains at 'JackwnrrtUe; March 1,1853T. J 17. Dropsical Medicines cores wan anted. I ALL of JohnV7 Powers,late of Coinm-j 'J. ., .
.
His Auction Rooms and Storehouse are kept least 4* pages.f uri tQJo.1 scatter trom the able .Address- all communications--S "- u to_ ._Dr._ Joah'Asl, bia county, deceased, are hereby notified i .o Ere- Dissolution of GopartnonfeEp.THECOPARTNEr 'I
.Bay S&eetesr the principal market; where t iwntnbuUM- auji i.i *iuntied? with a portrait ; and ust Jacksonville, ban r Jona|* Evi :sent thelJl-du1J'pr.venwittiatJle time prescribed _
lie keep oa head at all seasons of the year on on fUl. of iie -i{.(ritualist orf Reformer. I Cotton and WooleDmahe : .call and examine certificates, a.-d.be re by law, or this notice will_ be plead in bar of pay- : iilPherftofaewiikJ > "

the avost reasonable-toraa,family. and Terms f 3 pet auuuiu Steam. r fed gentlemen._ March' I7-tf, 3. ment ; and all persons indebted to aid entatci ; nndst-tie aty. .' '

WisiBa.* foTca h reMilsud..Ense < arc requested Immediate papueut.V ,,f HERNANDEZ &.ltErESb.tbwd y. diMihed -", i.i ',:
Goods sent to fiobscrlber ou louorfioc; eith. ,p'lIed nod bouoil aaj Hi ,intrinsic merits and 1 1MIL T *; wilt promptly i execute order CLINCH flOTJSE:: tojnak T_W.1UGHT. Sben: by mntnal consent-. The fisnUea of th*' f .. .

*for private or auction disposal, wi] be qnirkly artistic;, beauty entitle it to' a flase in every tor' Cotton .end \% Mr.hiDe'of all ., v -. Ex. Off. Adm'r. &TB will be adjusted by Joseph V. Bhriuudea, 1a,_ ,
fended U aDd:amooaU speedily forwardedwhieriber .Library.; Price, ia uorucco., lettered. and"gilt, and will coutract. oloa the THE SjIBSCttlBKiLrgPHfrj Alligator JannaryTth- ,1833.' ,13-6m. I whom aQ indented are requested tdiste -make imsaena ,

has been known ia this eommonity for I t3; in IIIUlllA.'U 6. kd..heeler steam enrine the finishing ma .:: .harnr'rnUY'-opened if fS Sff f payment.' 'JpS. V. UE AlEZ.. ytt .

a amsaker ef years as asMtienaar and otherwise.otets : A liberal discount made to'the Tra] A J drew chined. Steam,-Saw.Mills S ,G.IDgl would:rep cUuuy .u' -tTLtE: Aprlli TliOM.SZCTE&i, 1" .

lie M reeommeadatSoM. it desire 'hat PAKTUlKJli $KtXTA3J.' .'. ,Machinists' Took of pp Je >, -_ ,.JiUb patronage of.the public.1Ihete + SCRmERta i' -
a aquirses.w ,be made regarding himself of ,No.J Ceurtlaaat* t/ sew York.. i .Locomotive and Freight Cars. Machine of all are at le five to six rooms unoccupied tXTY'DAYlrum date J inake.jtrol of TilE st eanttocev Q:bwi. .
MJC.laaeraiiIUosseattb. ptaee of bis resi- mar 17 kinds.on either or progrest;:*o the same wthiN places. T'o. S the nnncirpative will of George W. Stewart.!DellI.ITAu.onneat L1SUstII&4nLJIS.noiy b>. '..r. '
& CHARLES DaWAAL.New ." that .hd-II fled notice. .veralo ad 'yardl fr decease/ before the Judge of Probate, for Columbia continuation :of the f atroaafe heretofore so- ," ,..' .
( Jacksonville Hale .Acathmy. .TermiireeryIuw ," M5oe and wharei ;The undersigned IaAgvnL .eoutity'and hereby'notify the next,of!;liberally extended lathe Bao-trm of.Herwadea:<<,,> '. .
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; Goods 1 fflUE TRU3TEKH of the ia\'k*>, .iale Persons contraeting for.MHU wml farnishad fur Gen. Horse Coach and two hone kin to the deceased,that they may eeute forward,&Reye : .. HERNANDEZ. -"
Spring : without"barge. 1 lack MaUlioes,both leaving fo Ooala semiweekIri. and contest the if see ffT I ApriiaU, --r "T : so.f.
JL Academy take pleasure ia auuouucng tdie with drawings .arranging b. i at the offices oft lame they .:,<> '
patrons of.this Institute that the service of For further particulars apply : CHARLES STEWART, I '" '
HAfJKlNSIb Mr. ,F. M. Adams A.'M.'bavobeen secured u : : 1OaDONMeKA1': Agent.. Jacksonville" Hepuhlican. and Ne. -'. J&l1uarr 19,1853. Jaag-td 'GOsl1 B B9ite- t <7l ; '" "

.HARDEE Pri&. The term eommenced JOB Monday, I 'A29-1y. ,;:-, -- : JUJESBAKW. -- -- ,_ 1" < _""_.f_ .i : /.. I f-
II A.VE nowla i Mart.V.OSIVM per resent az.Vsrj April 4th, H53 at Col Hart's Room:'recently Palatka,: D8I8 t: :: F ThodanB 1Is Eegaif: Goibt1a r.f I -," _'

malsv osopied by Mr. Brown..:"The pupils. are desired Mysterious RapptefsAcconfltedforilTUST : .'n ETUR"fih thanks to the' inhabitants ofJaeksaavillear.diUTkinityJbrtheir :",, .' I*ad for In.Z -. '.,-i ',:;

FIeiCkUt. Meshes BeracD. tob. present at the beginning of the term,so' .RECElV'EDTa. .'TiLbiidoU'P: ;, orter. I t .liberal -JAI&SUNtUM .. .- .'Ii, ,
.
L&bIee Mualiug in solid oo1on that classes may be formed. large assortment of Porter1'!' Bvas'i. patronage bestowed upon them since they commenced :Vl'l"i&Dfe B1tM"T. ',.:

'fihirtiaand Eglb CIisee Arrangements are being made for the speedy tV- .Summer" .Hats."Fancy Cran 0 10 k London"received ud for .I 1 business; and hope by strict aiteuUonj to. marS,' -Bay-street.K. ,-.. .'I\f ...,>'f .4l4.'weeks \0. i

SMttagi ef*vary quality and BpleuM of a permanent Untiling for the Academy Yor sale low 6 .a '.JAMES1iAHAM please to merit continuance of the same.- : 'r c-J 1 ,1n ."_ :

; 1I"U:4t.u.o Jancaster ,bat antil,'this I* done the prrwfit wit: be oeenpied. -' : ." ,I.r vT ,Opposite Dr.1 Byrne's Building. -. The,have constantly on hand a fulUIOrtm'Dtt after date I will awdY't8 Gs"iX. .;
104, Quits. .: Persons desirous supporting a j-erma- '.i. iB,-Store 5 formeriy.'occupied Uayrtreef Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing. Hat and:SIX'; ILMJIldJr8 oUrskt..f Cotm .11:? t
assQrtlneo.Sja4y..sad.Ootb. Bent School of a high character art invited.ootalks. Moody I'oulter.. '' ie1a14. ; !t : -: Cape.Boot and Shoes,'Stationery,,Hard ware.!bia County,for MterHef a.hnmistre:m lbs h'iII.

.k.n lit rai ths?,wSl wll at..the "J--.ta_ .**"..,..tala fiDe w my State GKOHGB CroekerYGroeeries,Provision,Drugs andM ostaarketiirioee. B M. pfAR nN' .11hCit DURING ah. rt.'bl to to..which
arsVMrine. ; they are iclug decent
N. B. i4Stare 1 formerly. oeotpied br.Mean. r ,< E..AJDaCOTTE, 'r', qnanty ._ &11 Att, at the very lowest MARY A. RfmJltTS
dy If Boulter. -' .A BALDWIN. -vv ceiv.dandtorPlaby 8 asJ&rioL.
l :'s'* l". Ai* JAMES HANILLM. Jacksonville; March 54, 10 Jacksonville,, Jan.2 A.11iptor..Mat'C 2G LC2. sa.
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fl'M' i TilE L'LOItIDALtaLJnl4IcvN- OHARLE6TON ADVERTISEMENTS. SAVANNAH- RT18IMSNT8. .. .. ,. !....For"Sale.iIIO'. .- -'ME'Wl" .LL. '_ I85t byJ.S..1lOcohttos.3I.. .tM. Is., tsth..i..C?dg- .4"" -

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I < 9;! MtMKMhJiV Jac rUMUrfniB KTEnTTIIPMDAT.' ATiiTlUr.Uitval SoduVnteiv LW.MORRLU&cO.1ll Valuable ;:! i-n3/Cohon: 31UsL* (N.(' '::;iLMEN'1.: J.-OtOealef *IJItrSot 1I7YII5.OIvt.llf tW.

.< mutr, E. x.,by 'Siju 17 :t
COLU.MJIS; LJE\v. r nnH&subscriber eontinnes the tnanufactnre of Land in-rioridapr *' A-S- tbia paper win full into lie bands of mauJ.twbo ; I 'AnotherScienti WonderJ

J5l -f.I', I- .M fcODA WATJSUfttbisOidStanJ. :.FIAN :AND ll, li11EliiSUllL[ THR.undeign doers,the\followlnB v al- -... are not in Iba'and habit of reading admtiinents relating I *--, tQREt\"CURE.I-OFr' ,,' t-
Market n especiallytbpsc
opponltc/Anson Street newspapers
vii<
for lale
: .:.- TLroe lk.lar per annum pay. b1e ;SMETS'.BUILD.:'CS,: Hh SUGAR Property.PLANTATION, knoxjms? St. to Patent Medicine*, we. u celD,J itsa duty to rYS1EPSJi r
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: J .1 n"r.k Iitbe'Jt.1 I CHARLESTON S. C. .!.Bron luoii St.,-,Sayan-nb, O a. 10Rrh.,l'ituated in"St; J'obnseounty, at the Inform such persona and also.t.bole.who bare not

s t :.. f l&b rlpt\un1l,if tint jiaU before. the expiration An orders promptly. attendfd to. CLARK. I u. WORK.:*.'.. N. F. .\. ,'tnSTrJt.J.. I'head of MatantM .River, ,Graham Swamp enee already and learned observation the rad that,(rom the 1-Jcxiea their own-txpcii-MmianC ,Da.,.J.,S. HCMJGHTOM''THE !$
ChARLES 800
13CO of irbieb about are of
'. : 1 of the year,art charged if.: containing acres, Liniment i Is' really truly and 4DtrumcaUrtb,,the ,n ,'
well cleared
rich marl COO
f Charleston March 2S.Ii53. ap7-4t loam bawd on ; are ,
r i i s UvertiifciucnU will be inserted nt the following House Famishing Establishment thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation best remedy ever before offered to;the afflicted "
;. --- .. . for rheumatism stiffness
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; neuralgia or soreness
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rate* Due Dollar {twelve lines)forte .Jo -- I ; about 55 acres of well _re-supplied and .
; 1. per, And Retail.iUt '
Ii. square OLIVER AR1\1lrnI PiriiInreby VVliolrqale : tho orJoI1t8. muscles or,tendon*._ For cut, bruise,
plant cane lentrnlfclocated on plantationis
: f (Int.anj Jjcreiity-Fi, Ccnt for every mine* subscriber dei-ires to call tbo %further ntJL a superior ttcuu luigine, with Sugar mill and burns or scalds;sore nipples caked breasts &0.,

iE t ; qaent.uirtion. To yearly) Advertiser a liberal Wholesale Grocery, Liquor, 'and tention of the, Florida triblic to his ,well complete Sugar workl,capable manufacturing it is unrivalled excellence and we have proved [ I".N"

,: # ;'t 1 dueonnt trill be made. All' transient Advertise- 'Provision-Dealeri] known establishment.- tbe sale"I of MtolSibds per-d. -,- and sawmill attached it to be a certain remedy for the pile. VVe can, [ Etl. .
therefore confidently ,recommend it, and advise
: FURNITURE HOUSE FUnXTSHflfGMATERIAL running two ,ttinglo qjur*. AM- finely'situated
J taonti(except by jicroiiii 11*injr ft rnnnitg account No. 1R9 EAST BAY. CHJnLESTOX.'AS efeceDEScRJPTION\ on pine land and commanding a view of tbe whole every reader to"try -"it, feeling certainty of giving ,

:. ; i; with the vfflei) tint 19 pa id.fur preriiwu to publication. constantly on. hand; R Well selected'stock'JM. nou.'e.keellcr. and raorcbants can mpply themselves plantation. a corufof able 'two .story .and attic; satisfaction v by i\'ing'n1iefj /

I ti r .**. of Liquors and, 'rocerien. which be offers wirti every article for general use or for fin me dwelling bousdj containlri ten rooms. and I NEW YORK, July- 1, 1s 2.
I- t Person at a dist.we ran govern Iheir remittance for cnle low Orders from the cottutry carefully forming n good store stock. nccewnry out; buildittfs "nae'works'and build- We hereby certify that we.h&vjs: the compound .
and flrtlm"t1YIIUfnltl'l\. Everything in the line business mentioned ing arc all in con'detr 'order for immediate known a?,the,Mustang,Liniment,and hare ,
I: *for advertising. by the rollo\\'inn".a.te.: : lJ-TerlnS-CA'H. ou CiTt ACCEPTAXCB.April kept on band including Parlor. Hall.J'edro'im' occupation. Al-o a |ne stock several hundred no hesita/inn recouimeading it as tbo beat article -"

,-.r; j, ,, One'square (treldiuv ) jiub1i1ied :x months 7-y and Kitchen Furniture and sales will be mndc bead of mix cd I)Kirbatnii. ant common' breed of we have ever used for the cure of sprain, \
.I; 1', fir '- 1000iTiro V' -- as J"o(1 terms uf purchases can l he effected cattle and a stock'u about full breed Wedt gall.-". cot,bruises-&a,,m horses. 'f TRUEXDIGESTIVE

f.;' t, : nqnarcc.frr fix month*. 13 00 OEO ABBOTT & GO, at UPOn the North. J. W. MORIlELIj'S.Old India Sheep, which fill be raid with the plantation Al1! who:,doubt thit.\1tiU! pleoW call on the nndersigneil all- i 'FLDIDir'OKjOASTRIC \
established stand Savannah, Gai: desired or separately and tltey4rill hftp'py.to"afford
'C II Jxgal and other fiu
, 'i i t l. Notices to debtors ami .crcilitrtr 7 00 i .i- The tract known ns ":,. Ann," containing efficacy, kc. 'f..t r DA .L & 1'o.l'ropnietora '
JP8 .8a.m 9 C75 acres, mostly of%igh heavy hummock and Manhattan Sta e Co.
r "I'A. !ie3tiou leUnsofadmini'iration, 5 00 WATCHES AND; JEWELRY.!; prairie.having a rut.soil froiu tbiee to .u fe'cfin Extract from a J ltlF dated Prepared from RKI.TKT or the fourth rro]ir
"i J 00 Xof,ice Application fur di'taivalai Administrator VARNISH def'Lhj basel on'iulrl.JjALSO. or TIn: ox. after ,dieetioaof. Baron
SACKAMESTn CITY Cal 15,1332.I UEBIu
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t. .;1 ![: S10 00Feranuoanccuicntoj'r.indid.itcfifor ILVEH AND ll ILVIR PLATi WAIrn. : believe tbe'lllJItallgLiDime.nt.I most an excellent the great Physiological Chemit."1 J.sHo.L. ..
I WINDOW GLASS PUTTY tOD. IL 1'a. -' -
I office, 5 00 The two tracts knvwn pcctfvely as "XlaU article.. My wife brought a couple of bottles l'hilweiphia. :. .
: 1 And every description of Paints found UKCHA SERS Wt FLOW IDA.tIM 13e- Coinpra" and "licl* Venta," ,adjoining each with her: Which I O1l1 $-.1hAnk you for. This i* a truly wonderful remedy for ?.
t. "J :. No announcement will t bo mnViO nnlcjs the same In n Point Store, P where in the vicinity Savannah, are)informed other And being at fie bead And,lIn'the Eastside Since she' lUl1e here, my horse'fell down with lion, Dyspepsia Jaundice Livr Complain,".

r.; ,. :: b accompanied. with the amount charged.Editorial Hint the subscriber had on band and is Mutantus U ifer, and containing in all I me, and injured IDe'con.idcrnblYf7"u broke no stipatioo and Debility curing after Natar V
4 1 No 97 East Bay Charleston S. C. from the best 't '- 1-75 acres The Southern half of Iala own method, by Nature own'agent .
'j '. :. notices for private l.Cllcf1trill be constantly receiving and mo rc Compra bones. I bud recourse to thevLiniment, and tbe *G.
I. nectahle mannfactnrera time country rich UIAMONH which U of heavy hJnmock. and '.. Ann, lie relief in fact the cure, st.o bing. tric Juice. -p
It. k arged double he rate advertising. Also on hand: Fre'h Tamphcne and numin RUBY, PEAHt. and other JEWJiL11V. immediately contiguous to' St Joseph", and (Signed) 'was. D..l.A.\l SOo 03-Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin InfoNj h

: : Religions Obituary,ami Marriage notiecs\ril Fluid anti every description of Lamps and Chan- ann sterling Silver Ware such a* might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus Extract fro a letter dated.PisT1aTaa -- water will digest or dJssolve'7k'rtfwiUiTroAie(
V.::1' 110 .. a..'... ..__. ...] -. oi i pomlul&nicatilln& must bo jws pnill. r end'prices. TEA SPOOand KORKS, ufiOKJ'( acres Tbe balance of these two l a., Oct. 6, 13.32. Pepsin ia the great element or great Kxettiv> *
"I' .. Agent for Llokei Fire Proof Paint. S1LVKR l PLATES and WAlTRRP tracts U of Live ()Ouklluiuimock. based on closely Another cirucinsUnee which I noticed' Ohio principt.of the Gastric JuiceSofrr; ,4 L'- .. -.-- -- Apri17.y TEA SETTS, CASTOHS, CUPS and I IA1JCIH concreted fchull ati>n'ur enquina,favoring inninture a few days ago. 1 thought poke highly of the food, the Purifying, Prturtint, and fittmiot.
flhTSI'NESS CARDS.LCGAU S. ROHLCTS I and of the firs quality fur Fen Island Cotton virtues of the Miuta-ug. living in the office of ing Agent it lbs Stomach and Intestine Ufe'

South Caroliaa Paper Manufacturing TU\IBLEHS.PAP BOAT8 and Tobacco flicy mightbe easily brought a physician of high standing noticed, as he extracted from Jjigestive Stomach of UM Ox,
t :.It : SOUP and SAUCE LADLES, I under cultivation, having been in years paused opened the door of his' book-case.FCTeral bottlesof I thus forming AAZTIZICIAL.DZGE3TIfl7U5( ,
[ t -_. Company. PIE. ICE CKKAM.CAKU; and cultivated in t'ottot, of which the 'yield was I .Mustang, along aide ,of which 'TTa? an empty precisely like the natural G"trio'Jwe.: Ia-its
FH Ul'!' KNIVES, SOLID fiequeutly one bale pf ginned cotton to the acre. Mustang bottle and a two ounce prescription chemical powers, and mijfcing-a etmtflrte nod
;I l ; .: James W. Bryant, THE J'nbecriber, Agent of the ahoV Compa- SlLVKi: liSEUT: PiCKLC and There is on the place u large number of sweet al filled with Mustang Liniment on which wa, perfcft ,u ,tilut'Jur"r( Bjrthe'aldof this preparation

: t AnoKxnv AM ( e.I.na-.T.LAW, )', hegs leave to inform flUTTEK,KNIVES, orange poincgriiiiilte: fig lemon and peach the following directions ** fC lib the throat veil the pains and evils of IndigestUa sad
r-t Printer nnil PnblUhcrc XAPKIN IJ1XGS, SALT CELLARS trees, and Mi citeiiiive hour orange gro\e nil night and morning with tho Linimcnl, and wrap p Dyspepsia are removed,jut al they would he by
r. 'f : ;t- anCD .l' l.l that the exten ive Jlill of the south Carolina Paper FRUIT KNIVES.; of which with proper attention, can be easily a woolen cloth around it." J. P. FL )II-I(. a healthy Stomach. It u in".o era for Hyiptptie -

} .' Manufacturing Company is now in full operation Silver]>I"te.llOonl.> Forks and Ladle" Cake restored tu their ou!promising condition.All 13. II. Meekiugs let W alout- t.rcc ,Cincinnati ?, curing case or debility,'emaciation,Mrvous -
:0' -: ;f. J. P. Sanderson, mam factnring Buskc!*. Cnst: : HOOK AND NEWS PAPER 'Ivory balance Handle Knives and silver ;plated one or two Mi.hs tom thu ocean, of healthy physician some six weeks with heuralgia, of the posed to ba on the dcrge of tbe(rat'e."The Scientific
: 1TTOUNKV AND rOl'1'. '::1.1.(1/t AT MVf, of all sizes and of the hc t quality. <>n :tcel.Taltle and I Mp ert Knives fine tWl1nlvoue location, and conycnitnt communication with whole of his right aide, leg arm and face: hill I evidenced on which 1\'18 based Uiata j *
I ; : 4/oic&ls.5saD3aNsril2.aa&: AF.SO ,tylnrb1e Mantle ('lork.', and common I the City of t. Augustine, being about thirty sufferings were indescribable and the only cos- highest degree curious and n11&lll b1e. .- >.
Irn't ( 'ooks of description. wile to the South land and about tbe ion from the mot while "
.fr M.NII.t.AVUAPPING PAJ'RR. every by same tat ug nizing pain was SCIENTIFIC tTIDKJfCK.; 11
, h' Jacksonville.; ]?. 1850. tf snitslile for Oroecro. Hardware 1'enleis. &(. Culd! k Silver Lever and LcpineVatchei, distance by water, llr Mutauiaj llivcr. under the influence vf opium or morphine lib Earon LiKfeEa in his celebratwl' '

"Iit .: No rain< or expeii h.i< been spared to render Fine con: iiidled I Hunting I XVatches, ALs,. doctor finally advised him to try tbe Mustang Dial Cuerai.-try, "An Artificial work ox Ani-
1'JAL'IES H. BAKER, it equal: to tile he Northern MilN: all the jitcs: >rand IjoM & silver Wntch-Chains, trcalsic C"ey The tract known as "Sew Hope," lying IS; Liniment; I.e did so, and in two Jays: was able togo Fluid analagous says to:the Gastm Juice'Digestive
Gold & Silver Thimbles. miles by water North of St. and be.tw.enthoNurth about bis business, may be
It teen intiodneed Augustine perfectly cured.
4. ., \. "-ost approved machinery having readily prepared from the
/Tl OK NET \T r.J \ mucous membrane of
& "ilver !
river
: G -ld Spectnelcs and iuana creek both I
Igj into the same. A VOICE FROM TUE SOUTH. the tomach
ot the Or i which
&
VafRrai article
Etf Florida.
A1l.r(1lor. ('alumina Co.
Pocket for ?
Rodger Fine Cutlery nuviignble large boats It ooiitjinij57o.ieix'
: All orders promptly attended to hv < The Mexican of food as meat nn-I will
Mustang Liniment has been n"edin I Eggs, bt softened,
Uazor of haiiiuiuck
--- -- ------ JO.CI'Ii WALKER.ftj Rn7.nr and Strops. and pub l.iinlnnd U well situiucd] and d; '
:i H. WHIT SMITH -A gent 82 Hast Pay CHARLESTON, Card Cses. Port Alonuiea &:- and ail.ipted fur Sea Island: oottou and stuckraising. my family. and on my plantation for a great I thanked asthywoddL'esasII.e'frtl.jwt human in #4 tame" rn. *'*w-"
I I&1 "".* Partieulir attention will l>e given toll>'l>uliingof I variety Uncases requiring an external application ttomarh.
4i .' :. ATTOU.IY: AT LAW.Alligator South Carolina Watehci. I'locks and Jewelry. : A...,_ and has never tailed to give immediate relief Dr. C.1 t'a& in his valuable Wri'kgi on the

; f. CdtunMa CoE>it Flcriih.HOPKINS '\"hoJes:1lc Paper fomm'ii AVcrchonse. From bin long experience and extensive f.icili- I 9300 acre'of uniinp.oved ; Suit Sat pril1'" I nl.d cft'tet a permanent cure I have cured I I'hyxiology Y of Digestion" observes that .a

i t; : --- _ tie:,he confidently believe be will s.n isfy all who the noith CIIII..1 l Luke I;cllrge. on lie rt several t-jiscd rheumatism that bad re."ii-tvd the diminution of tbe due quantity of Gastric Jnic*
----- -- --- i '
--- Constantly on hand skill of our best bysiciana. U has is a prominent and all-prevailing caai of.Iy.
their Johns I cured ring-
'd ; BIIAIIA.M lady favor him with patronage. river iiimmuediutcly west of Unijtoo l Ishinil'J'be .
tW. & A LARGE STOCK OF WITI-fS PAPERS fijI pricoc lire as low. and terms as favo-abic, track euibraccvalt :1'1 ing" and ";alt wOlms by a single upjilication; chillblains in a pep j( 'frrr Attoriiryc nt Low, OF EVERY IPTION, as at any ntliur frfUb'i-hmcnt' in the State.S. >jii"ing; ..rc'k.fh. lt nea-ly equully dh'iltllI l it few days toothache immediately: fru t bites K-for of medicine in London wh l was severely

1'; OFFICE a< PA I,.\' 'A, JS. PJn., Wrapping Pagers of all Aborted Colored Pa- W1L.MOT, Xo 1 )I\rket-'li rc, tli ough its whole ;iei,gth, unil is navigable fiom cut, sores and corns, by 3 few applications; nero afflicted with this complaint finding every tliag
\oui, headacbe cured entirely. In fact, ] ban else to fail, bail recourse to the Gastric Jnwe,.b>
!"J : U'lLLprnctiec !In the Kail" CTrnnl. Un i in Cards kinds plain enamelled Printing per. Ink March 24-tf Sav.innnhiii. the'ilie river laud for is montlyjjolliijg b lat- (tor thre yill-nv or !our pine feet of draught the nr.t u-ed it for almost everything, and it ban alwaiu > tained from the itom.iah. of living .limWwprowl

, ,*t r. trusted to their care ,'ilIl If promjif cttendedI I I td I couaiJcr it the best medicine 1 havet r'JmprtrCttrtfcd.."
and colored, quality entirely tVe from I'blmctto kind
. 1; -' ;, '; I.. FrIimar.vWiS5-2.tf; : Parchment Paper Letter-Copying uud thought to be ud cotton litnd. ury t used. W.V1. JOH.Vl-O.V, l IIr GRAHAV. author of the fatnonaworks oa
'J't AGENT FOn JOhN T. WHITE. gj togethorwith Vegetable Diet "It Is
I Proprietor of the Marshall llouje.SAVANNAH says: remarkable
i P.ipcr N very toa b; 51!10's dome con ,idcrablll?bodies of cabb.ige nnd live
: OSSIAH HART IJlOOK--Thie fact in that the stomach
7. Tj-peaml Stereotype Koundiy; physiology, of animals
t and IIi till -t copr. :1'1.1 I oSer* OilkliauiiniK-k.aiid&rauiecoiitixiioU-'to the creek June 21, I3i2.
i t ATTORNEY, l\ T LAW, R. HOE If CO. the advantage i erty diss dving various article of food of
. Printing Prs nn l {.It f'nal' "n'T lUall'T' i he written upon without !prea .. The llo k'< ii.g ou: oi the larg.yt and mll->t pr.tctic.ihk w.itc. l l.i.torsofthe avann&h (Ga.) Republican and
11I tTKST FL.i \ kind of artificial
Y effecting
.;, 4 NOYEVCflibratecl I are well bound and paged, imd are Fold at the powers, a*, independent of the Dovv from the m that p.iper of too 5Sth) December 1 51, says. a digestion them in
i !r". .l'raetit'tin! tin United State ami state Conrb; MAYXARD $ manufacturer's prices !'. Mingle ones or in quanti *lll ing, the water1oflake Chun-he!!, about four Our ir-onal experience enables us to recommend no wise" different from the natural digestive pro

tn: ; fifth A'uutlierU District of lrl"riji. \\iltlu; Inkw.JCjAll I ties. miles in length by/one mile in breadth, may be till Mexican Mustang Liniment to tin cc's. Cnll the

. Jnh tn.tf_ ( the above at Manufacturers'. prices. PArENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING made avniluble byACj.mil ofalxiut; 16 chains in public with confidence, as we have felt tbe good I circular- on Agent, and get dcseriptiv*
gratis giving a large amount of scien
3! BARRETT AI'ril70 I PRESS length yielding mi inexhaustible supply] with effects upon a sprained ankle which ne.-ived I tine evidence,similar to time ab-ve with
,
!* t FRED. CLAY ..- a fall of nt least 1-fleet. The s.tring; itself, the great benefit from one application, en I ban been together
f.i; Notary Pribltr, Johnston Crews & \\ ith this press copies are taken with more water. "f which !iis been analyzed by Prot'ol.bclIon cured bv > l'ea.hulilly u
.!1t" ; Cominl( loiirr for taklii; Aclfiowlcilgmnit Erawley, ease; and much quicker than uitu the Screw of New Vyik, nnd shown to be of valuable Mr./ F. Murphy, of tho firm Murphy, Gall L States.

mnit of Drrdti, IMPOXTFRS AXD WIIM.KSAI F. DF.AI.RKS JjI I'le:surid other* ordinarily in IIMJ It doc not nitdicin.il jf'oi-rtic*, is of capacious di- & Co of this city sans that by.tie use of theAlustang Dr. Houghto AS A DYSPEPSIA'. Pepein has CURER.prodnced toe most. :
! require fastening down, and is nut liable to g.tuut mciiriun.4, being tv yards in diameter and most Liniment be las received more benefit
;tf 4 I! Ali Other Instruments. \ ;, to be used in DBY GOODS ;f order. eligibly and ,I'icturpquely located. Its position than from, uny other remedy he has used, and I marvellous Emaciation el1'eetl.lnlring Nervous Decline Diseases and lJywrePtteCon-of Debility,

. j-,. t.r. the :tatcs..fSKW METALLIC DAMPENED in II rumiiieniR.1 Of agricultural point of view now feels better than be has fur the last six
years It is details ef
sumption. impossible to give the
XO.I8X K A ST n \Y, CIIICI.r'S'l'J ,S.C. with its in Facts for .
boat themselves
.1 sn.\'AXJA. the of the advantages constructing a canal sjeak comments are unne in the1 limits of thi
YORK ANH p.:i Superseding use MrushVct Cloth. cases . of only a t tew Macros '0 the (wolf of vlexieo, ceasary-lton Times Feb. 10.
'.Irt : : CChOflSc* with i:. I.. Harri.-ton & Co., ack- A. S. !OINON, J. II. BRAUTLFT, and Ide incident Blotting to Pnper their, (Diving use-) with all the it a time perfect nnd trou-copy miiet bctore very l Mng, draw the attention of thc Rheumatism -This is to certify that my wife than tiro hundnd certHiuteshare rtJtiarkablt been mrti given, ia Philadel or more

1\.u\1le. Florida. Oct.la.tr A. J. CREWS, JAMES M. BRAWLEV.AUSTIN way always be secured with any press. planters and merUiunts. .of that fertile region. was afflicted with severe chronic rheumatism phia. Sew York, and Boston alone. These wertf,
--- -- -- The utidmigned are tile mle and exclusive Ai."O, She bad suffered for months with the west excruciating nearly all desperate wes, and the cures were no*
.f r.' :' J. a H. BOUR8, CANNA9AT, A. S. J. PKRIiV.j.ia Agents for corgia and Florid for the above articles Two tracts containing SOOO acres on the west pains-.-
fIyDIILLERrS and have mide! arrangement" l>y which and 4CtH) ou the east sue of St. Johns liver, *, reliefs, and almost everything recommended It is a great nervous antidote,and| rtiealarrjruseful '
>
f NOTARY PUBLIC they are emth'cd to dispose of them at the manuf.ictnrerf about 12 miles above 1 Pahitka and having ariver for this dreadful disease. None of them for tendency to: BUie-us, disonhr, Liver
i front each of abmt four miles in extent her ; iu the least. '
BISCUIT BAKERY prieci elieyed pains She used one fifty Complaint, Fever. icd, Ague, r ka1! treated
J C. That on the west olthe river is mostly of pine cent bottle <>f Mustang Liniment, and it cured I ,
lt JACI -OX"JLI.E. FLA. Fever and Ago, end the evil effect tf Quinine (
j
American nml Enplii'i Cripyin, Writing, and l.uul.and embraces the site of the her entirely. She is
__ Ab. 131 J.rcti"r.IIpp.ilt Mattel swamp now perfectly well, and recommended Mercury and ether Drugs the Digestive .
._. -- er-
t --- -- nfon
-
"'== C"rm"t'1l1 Red 11th. English Indian tnulin store of Panton Lesly & all of her friends to use tbe
CHAULESTOX, s. C. Mustang gan, after a long rtekncss. Al". .r excess ia
.. GENERAL. of the! '.,est quality, constantly on hand. Also Co, now known its"lTamhly'n old store," which Liniment. JAS. L. OLP. ER. eating and the too free use of ardent 5pirits.. It
: -- -- The nhjcriluT has constantly nn hand )JarJ.in"luk. by the gallon! or barrel.Theytiave is iUbeginningcorner.end rnnn thence south to Savannah, Jan. 1, IS2. almost reconciles Htallk with Lu cm prrnmwe.CL .
t TAYLOR.LUMBER : BNo mudu large additions to their the widow Pangree's "old fields"thence west andaurtli
1\' \ (
NAVY BI1HAD!
K6j PILOT ANI I)
Ftotk .<\Viitmg Paper of every description to a point opposite the beginning Tbe AN ECHO FROM THE WEST. J.! :$ HbUGHTOK'SIs

I $ COMMISSION MKUCHANTS \ :- SODA. BITTER.LEMMOX.WA. Liberal ,li.coiint!< made when told in luntities one on the-east side of the river Iks between Mrs. C., ofSt Louis, was nursing a young t
.t ti 1 KR. SPCJAR. SEED. AND DYS. ,,five rciiin 1IlIllnpwardii.llIt1IclI'lticlll the places known as ">1111'1110 Bluff" and "Mount child one nipple became very sore,and the breast
riBST WHARF JIKt TW :oBI 8'r.. "
i'EITIC BACKERS.. GIN. M In!'rument!, Snrvpynr!' Com- Tucker. Besides a large body of well timbered : inflamed and caked hard. A few applications of
PHILADELPHIA.VttJ pn--w. (Cluiiii" Diafting Mnteriitls., &c. &..e.They piiie lands, it contains tome excellent bamia'ak ,the Mustang Liniment healed the nipple, removed
I14 re
: Southern Lumber Shinglos &c. &c. ( Barrels.! Ke:-, ami lnilk.: all 'Viirrniiiedof in all I ihe various ctjle and mnking u'i I'.laiik, for residences. By a recent survey the westtr.ct i breast and she had no further trouble with it.
has been reduced toII)acresaod the Nume-ous ca.es of this description have
ai.tl IHWH-I looks ruled to any pattern, iu whirl they puf one : come to
Refcrt.-: the bt>t qua ity. at pr cs.. the be.f nf>t l'k.I J of Card Circular, Label. on the cr t bide.fIb, river to 34ii6. It is believed, our knowledge, and it is always effectual.

. A.)Jc jl.r..A.1! Cam.Tcn Bank, >i. J.: cf. Botfes as.preil Ciarkrr for F.nnilics.jauG and Fancy IVinting however, that the iletk-: will be wade up Mrs. Hughes, of :t. Louis, had a very Severe
JO'TIA' |!KIK-K. PtilftdelpUia; Foreign D/iks iinnorte-l at \">r York pncos Proposals for purchase will be received by A attack iuliamnmtory rheumatism in her sboulders -
F.1. lruun$ot. .10] 3u R. S. \III.Lfl(. JOHN M. C'JOPKK & CO. \V. Walker Esq. ofcw Oilcans John Peck. arms, and back. After suffering' the most

I1fin.,,,,lk'< urillo, 11orid: fUlnnnb. r 1'11. 10th._ Est of New York. IJcnjamiu A. Lavender tl-i excruciating piiins for some ten day,without ob
I y; 17, tl33.. of naltiinore, George Washington IIf j of :t, taining any relief from her physicians, she was,
tfIY
OARTER &
03., \\KB.VFKU ANI> I'ALMKS Augustine, L'a t Florida or to wyself the 1I.lwr induced to try tbe Muntang Liniment. Two. flu .
place, paid.JOSEPH. ty cent bottles effected .
( l'etES."IIR Tn MIA ItTE/1 &Ar.I.E:.) postage A perfect cure.
Edu Whitney, \1J4fF.SALE DK\I.F.RI" JN M. HERNANDEZ. Toe Mustang Liniment is put up in 2oc, 50o
'j C, WHOLESALE S t. Augustine larch bth, 1853.. war 17-. tfHllufl' and $1 bottles The fife bottles contain. much ".
Ifeatarcr* a"d luitprrtor legally of ul1fe" A" for (1; 11 ( CElt I : I KS as three ot the 2To bottle. The $1 bottle con sold by nearly.all tbo Dealers in fine Drugs ant'

-, 1>.T.I Connl- B ll1iEll1 AND II S11OEIIS tain as much as eight of the 23e bottles. The 21 I popular medicines throughout the United States;
iZ May r..nd." when Uf *vT ;fri are desired, oa )Sucre-Pnis to A. \Vel' & Cat die ol.lStand. viMi Tobacco.: bottles hold one pint they are cheapest. it is prepared in powder and in fluid form,and ia-
b Vic uiry at the Uepifeltaia Corner Meeting and Pmckney-it. .) PETER LORILLARD MANUFACTURER A. G. llIU & Co sole proprietors of the prescription phial for- he LOO of physician- '.rr
\ Mexican Private Circulars for the UN of pnysiciaa>may
Mustang Liniuunt
June 1W tm' Chart f Rton, S. C. S NO. 195 BAY STREET: i A'o. 42 Chatham at.,. New York, .m broadway Y.,and corner, Principal Third and offices Mar.,, be obtained of. Dr. Houghton his AjentV"

-- r Jan. 27.3m. SAVANNAU.RA. O FE Efl S for sale the following articles w rnrtitcd. ket street, &t. Louis, Mo. scribing the whole process prepnratioa,and gi*, \
tr A r()uiilele| -' JOSEH.GIOE \hmcAL.: SChOOL MISCELLANEOUS JOS. W. WEHSTER. GEl F- PAL m Scutch Coarse French Rkppee and other SuufTs General Agent for the South Dew remedy are based r As it'is SOT 'A scent'.

Gen rl.Co.nmisi I BOOKS ali 3 W.\TE ::.V VOKK. tootherritli BLANK BOOKS, N KNAPP i |wrtivular description of the various articles! use by physicians ia respectable staiidintnd reo'
rnir'W attention given to the sale fall PAPER and ITATIOEttY. nf f very a (UHANrFACTVRr.lt ,. ran he known Ly sending for a full price current i D. McCUEX, BLOODGOOD It BOUSE gnrar practice Price ONE DOLLAR PER
artiflcy, of produce entrusted to his care, description kept constantly on hand aul I offered OF above. 3ui mar 17 A. Al. REED JOH HIS KElL-are appointed i BOTTLE. -

orders promptly e&I.lcc with.aP12).ff at the Imvrsl irire. rents fur the sale of tbe *' brated Mesi.a* OBSERVE THIS.: bottle.of the
janfi-Gin -Every_ .
SADDLES HARNESS. %:. 'I. 4'c. Mu t Liniment in Jaokw ti
T _. Who wants to insure his Life ? D5 t Ie. Als-forwle genuine PEPSIN bears the written signature* .f
And Wholc-t'e) and Retail Dealer in all kinds of by Drug; ts a ;d Storekeeper ia every TilIaC' S. tor-
J. HOUGUTON D. lOle
;$ Propn '
n
-
;: ; J. 0 I. MJS t. Uu .
.n ted
I. CHARLESTON HOTEL w t&le: '
'
', Under Trade-nark
Philadelphia
Genrl' CoinntUtlon S.IlI1EUYVAfl1.j I rItE gncil would take this opporta- march 24 Copyright'and
Merchant, to inform his old friend unit the public secured. ? .

, I -, 100 \VA U.f TTIEET, NEW Vong.It BT Carr'aze Trmmmir; (.art'!!. Frinzcs. Patent generally,that he baa removed from his old stand \\. oocIiiitu's 0Sold" by all'-Druggists, and Dealers. laMed. -
VT1LL ray particular attention lo s lies of Y J- D. MIXER. and*;t up : cine
Leather. I'rin!*. A\l r<. Rands, Varni -
EGBERT POINSETf"4gt1t
U II I I Tim low line.Wand J..ulnt..rl..irt'OIlt.an,1 1'1 nlluco ; and to orders other for Southern purchasing Meeting ttrcct brltctcn Jlni/ne and Pintkney.CUARLKSTON. .|", &P. &c.. &r. ('lie Trng Srorc berry Expectorant- JaclaonviSt

I i )r Cbandi e. decTMfF. : S. C.Commission THE< SIGN'OF THE GOLDEN SADDLE.Vect in f. more !ilenjint: and convenient location FOR THE CURE OF -rJ. A:. MAYER .
I Tliose wishing; to secure Fr h fl1dtente ramusakCLSept252iy
: uiReMit4get
Trug low
at .
\ end of Gibbons' BniMing, pikes will find Consumption. Decline, Asthma, iirorch.ti's, )
it to their -
i; Waver advantage to call at ; _
& .
Co. H1t dESS NJ HW.; jr'///ie FW-Nitftt Swift.of SDllt.nrr: "

't: ; Communion and Forttarding Merchants MARKET SQUARE I _, IA VA NNA ti. No. I, Blolld, 'Whooping Cat>/.'D.ffieuhyvf'Iireotlin '
: AXIl Merchant.WflflLALt 'rnC'g NVw: REPORTS LAV''AND
Building Cutd G, ENGLISH
1. eateri In r.roccricl'. ProvirhrCbokoVine' A large orlmpnt ahvnyn on hand, and ; 'gkt. Ltfucn, #: TbeCommon Law/EqaitJ/ ,
DVALEItIn BAY STUEET.Do Pkthwc. Pain in lisa Side and .
Criminal series
Reportaeornbined.-.Tb.
for pnV! tlie lowest ,
it
Oil : jan27-3m ;
and'c.ml. )
14itpuer ,FaiuU .lIrugs,&e. &e" price
for CASH only.Bay norM Groceries and Liquors. __ __n _n't forget to look for the number. Thon Ant all D states rf the ;: men e.with the DeoiiioacJ Michaelmas'(Noy.) ,
; call for any thing in the line' --- C''et and Term, 1830 and contain Dram that:periodr al
Lungs
?; Street; Jaeksonvillo, E. Fla. NO. 13.9 EAST BAY i BEAN /
'. c& '.OSTEr: This is tire the Decisions f of all the English Court The&*,
DrugsChemlcals remedy so universally used and 1
recommended
FflObLItL1I PerfumeryPalnts
v-l-: ports art furnished by a corp of orer thirty.
ciani.csTox, s. c. FACTORS by the Medical reg
COMMISSION
MER Faculty-where .
it has
& POTTEU. Oils, Dye Staffs been introduced. ular and ezpcri jan f.Jy CHANTS. hcnsivene,brevity and accuracy,the
; General Commission Merchant Spices Slationtry. B"fll&c.. &c. It; contains no opium or other dangerous ingredient challenge with other of
comparison eerie
SAVANNAH GEORGIA. any
CDSDIOT JENNINGS ft CO. uD>i U safe fur the most delicate child I
15-i Ftoitt Strceti Corner BI.IIen Lane For the qnality .f his ModirincJ the Public It U estimated tha !( ((00 English Reports now published. Among the numerous -
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die
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