The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: May 12, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BY.Av. -01UTY, removed and.repeale! shall'be'paid into'theTreasury'bf :lKe' United of waWcTnsVtUn the capitol" three House the'public grounds t around them androuud wood-"-andjMarto-- V'ti'" 'Latruae' ><,,V boys.*}a!! I

THrUN1TED STATES rep ir.and ffice fixures of States as 'olher7 public; moneys': And fcnnored and axty? fire dottarsa V,* Knot ; ihe Executive offices and Penosvlyania upon. the .i.j.aW& .f..th1 ;SeMinof '
s, LAWS OF : s' of the' United/states provided further Thai the,..Presidentbe! and FortOmptI1t1 ( >
3' of.tHe. public gardener avenues-twenty :two "thousand dol.Tars' one. blaDdrt.J.. 4Iort1. aa.dor .
'Jitnnr&con Pa*ftl pnij twojbandred dcdlaesj and, hemaiagemeni r .each. being twenty per,cent.i in,.addition to
71 co1'Id. Con grist. of acuston/hoise at of the several ll land iiffic' S and to' establish of tbe'im1JiiJs attac1itod to'tfieCait6l f' Towardi'the efptt D of the west win; of theirpayfovahejear. tu&ngtb 3OIL ol '

*'* i ia. thirty ,thousand cbllars, the same' from time to'time at such other ,- and '87orronndmgthe'i'Ex'eeHtirVmansion'shall \ :Patent'Offic* bonding; twobndredthou- Jane,one thousand eight LtHmdfed'afld.' lt

JTBUC ACT-No, 35.] to the sum heretofore place in the district as he*may ,deem_; exprdient. : 'he-under big control subject' I14n .doUar'. .. ,. I threer ., '
for the cj'iiJthp1owIe : : )1' '
*ppropritioni in : .e -"t .
.1jtar . JIII.-ed Md fifty-four. : purchased 'thr site and by'recf'ivers of public moneys 't" nty' five Tor ompeifsation"bfl''sfxteetf i 'laborers eandUolIrj! .: .' ; r Survey snail,.be. aizihousalidlJais 'P-tF ,

ft it evaded by the Senate and House ; of tthe"biHldiiigl 7o equalize thousand' seven hundred and eighty ..dollars. !. employed! in the_ public grounds.arid PreVrpermonth 'V j t''I t '3Thee1laneoit*.' a 0 :, annum ; and U shall, fce, tbdntyf'Secretary xthe%n .

fcpritentativttrftlie U""ttlStalts of Amer'ia oU ,(tO"' of Clicazof and ; It ,. .. > .4!1I 4qn t:I-J.J e T1'l'l1) dollars I of:tie.Treasury,'anaoapy, .
in Congrcu asenbltdlTb.l tbe followItums to that of 'Deffoit-; -twelve For incidental.expenses i .of tHe..severalla'nd l j each sere thoa.andsix hnmffecl For salaKes and' iriciderrtal' reipensw' of pod to Congress durinjiltach .Ji d

'; nd.atehereby, !appropriated dollars and the salary "of offiethirtfseverthousanaandkrtydollan. J and eighty Jalla.rs.5jQ ftupptya-jdeficie/iey i th. cotrimwsioft :appointed under the act of regular .session, theumbejn4name, I.

-.StOffl7nOuIyIflthe! < treaary not otherviae Chicago he, and'the tame is '., -r ?; >| fortbe-purctiaseoftreesanti; | hire of laborers for 11archl.brdeight: en hundred' California.sevehty and fifty on ... of the,i erspBs.em ployed daring\ thejait.,jntce'ing -
tulingJ3nd claims .
appropriated the objects ''. 1 that, sum annu*lly. Surveys.tie PuUi* Lands.'Tor'surveying on the itnprovemehts"bf'resefvaiqn! number that fiscal_jear upoathe coast s rtiy an4business i'
five dollars and the
.crpreMcd. for the fiscal year ending collector of Chicago, shall the public lands including two, orpublicu mall, between"'Serenth'and ; proviso connected, tbettVith &i" uao.aJ '
thirtieth of June eighteen: hundred and fifty ;the first of J.ly,. eighteen incidentalexpenses and Twelfth streets west five thousand two hundred to appropriation for this bbjeetJenntaiii- of Compensation,of evelykiJreIpetiYe)3) -
special #ur- *l in the act first of
thirty August,
foirzzmeIy: three, twelve hundred and veys'demandiTig augmented rates to he' ftp- :sand seventy jjjix dollars and.-fifty two one thousand eight h'ndredandfifty, two paid, theo, lot ;;wbat, porpoe5, \and'U|! '

Independent Treasury.For plied and apportioned, to the 'several districts cents. lenJb.of.lime employed ; and Jnaberjq. .
shall not be so construed as to r duce'jhsahary'of ,
and furnishing the marine tbe of For compensation of the. superintendentand pni t a fall statement of aU other eipendjtaresmade
ralariet the assistant treasurers according to exigencies the public the secretary' said commissionas
Arkansas f/.ortloaB- bur watchman of.tire northeast unJer the.diretri09 of the ,
United States at New York, Boston service (the part to be allied to the resurveys executive fixed by tie;second section of the above .bupuinZen.' -
.the -Vha! th* Jurlher tine_ of one building two Thousand two hundred dent of. the Coast Survey.. : ; ;
Charleston, and SL Louis elcveu: thousand /or the t penditure -of the teq-mred by the location and surveyof anti! I fty'dollars.For '' recited act: and provided That, out ,of said &fc3.ARdlxit. further enoaJ.Tbatfrom
private claims in Florida, to be disbursedat herein their shall be .
hundred dollars! sum appropriated, paidto .
fire the marine niCation" of the thirtieth
to of
appropriated romp keeper thewesrn and after,the ,of iune4-eb. .
of the a rate'not'exceeding five dollars per rme! ,) I each, commissioner, appointed the
'additional salaries 'Under
For treasurer _
Jissliil'pi.. in addition to the balances gate of Capitol square, seven hundred teen hundred and fifty' three, .the, clerks l n.
unexpended ot act 'of the third of March, 'one"thousano'
of thousand ,
of the mint at Philadelphia one
I tcitli Rations. I and thirty dollors. Departments. of, the Tl'U5oyf '
Foreign former appropriations one hundred and fif. eight hundred'and the-sum of
dollar. and of the treasurer. of the branch fifty'one eight
For of two watchman the Interior and tbe Post Office shall
-- compensation day Navy, ,
out6ts of ministers of the teen thousand dollars. thousand dollar,inlieu ot tbe h
mint:at New Orleans of fife hundred dollars I I employed the Capita! square, at five hundred coinpensatoo be arranged into four ,classes ;"of .which '
For and examination of the .
to Great Briain.: France, surveys surveys heretofore aliowed. '
fire hundred dollars.
eDe dollars each, one thousand dollars.: class number IIe.shall .rem,'an anaual it
of the of the branch Spain Brazil, Mexico of the public lands in those Slates Fpr nllllitefand'! grants seven. hundredand '
For salary treasurer For compensation 'of the door keeper at salary of nine hundred dollars each:; 'class :
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mint at San Francisco four thousand ve one hundred and sixly-two where the offices of the surveyors general : fifty dollars. < .
the Presideet braise, at fiv hundred dollars : nunber two, an annual salary.of one thqiisrand .
have been nor"hall be closed under the acts 'For loans and
.hundred--doHars. and of assistant door keeper ai-the same, at treasurynotestwenty I two hundred dollars each ; 'class, ,number .
For salaries of ten additional clerks, authorized outfit of a minister to of twelfth of June, one thousand eight hun- thousand dollars. "
three hundred and live dollars three, anannu4slaryo.foue.tbouu.dfive
be accredited sued tired and forty, and twenty third! of sixty per annum For widows
to to January, pensions to anJ.orpbans
the of sixth,
acts eighteen
August ,
Ly eight hundred and sixty five dollars. hundred dollars :each; and,class.nan>-
hundred and forty six, August twelfth, the governments included one thousand eight hundred and fifty three.. For compensation of two night .watchman under the act entitled. An act to continue ber four, an annual salary of, one, thousand. .
the President of the United Deluding two thousand dollars for the salary half: par' to certain widows and orphan" -
hundred and eight March .
eighteen forty at the President's house, one thousand eight hundred dollars each. t '
third, eighteen hundred and fifty one, and eighteen thousand of the clerk detailed on this special service dollars. I approved February third eighteen hundred In the office of the Secretary of the'Treasury ,

thirty first of August eighteen hundred and in the G.nelal.Land Office, the sum of For a bridge(! across'the Potomac at Little and fifty. three, one hundred and seventy four i of class! ,one six-of class-Jwo,

fifty two ten thousand eight hundred dollars. secretaries ot legation to ifteen thousand dollars. Falls to he expended under the direction of four thousai.d dollars. six of class three, and five p.eJ! .fo'nf.:" J .
dollars. For correcting defective and fraudulent Fur the of such miscellaneous a
twenty thousand : the President pf the United Slates, thirty discharge In.the office of the Solicitor, one!of class ,
For salary of chief clerk to the assistant the minister resident to surveys in the upper peninsula of Michigan, thousand dollars.To claims, not otherwise provided for as shall one, two of class twpthree of class three. :

..treasurer New York, one thousand six dollars. including the expeies oi a field inspectorof expended, under the direction of the be admitted in due course of settlement at aDd one ot class four. \ J ? '
I the dragoman 1o the legation surveys five thousand dollars.To the treasury, 'five thousand dollars : Provided, 1
hundred dollar iComptrofler'twoofclasaouefiveofclautwoandaiyenof
I President of the United-States, for ,the purpose In tbe office of the ,
For salary of a clerk for the treasurer of five hundred dol defray the expen.-es of examining and of bringing water into, the city of That no. part of the approprration shall be .

the branch mint at San Francisco. California, I correcting oid, irnpeifeci, and defective surveys Washington upon such plans and fmm drawn from ,the treasury, except in pursuance class three .. :-II".;.,, L.1In
I outfits of charges des in the northern pail I of the lower of law or resolution! of Congress ? '
peninsula some.
thousand five hundreJ dollars. office of the Second
two I such places as he may approve, one hnndre'd the : ,, .Comptroller,
For contingent expense under the act for resident to Portugal of Michigan/ three thousand dollars. thousand dollars: Provided That if the plan authorizing the expenditure.To three of class one:four of cclass two, aod ;

the safekeeping, collecting, transfer and I I Sweden, Holland. Bel For the survey of township and section adopted by the President of the United enable tbe Clerk of the House of Representatives seven ">f claw,three., ,. ;, ,.' 4-
disbursement of the public' revenue of sixth the Papal! States lines Wisconsin, at a rate not exceeding States should require water to be drawn to furnish, pay for, and deliver In the office of,the First Auditor, three..ofclass

August t eighteen hundred and forty six, sixteen Venezuela, Buei.es Ayres live dollars per mile, twenty five thousand from any: scource within the limits of Maryland the same books to the delegates front Oregot ,one, six of' class two, and oioejbf; J claw! 0

thousand five hundred dollars: Pro- Ecuadoi Switzerland, dolla,S.For the assent of the Legislature of tbat New Mexico, and Utah, for ihe thirty second three. / '[;*mit
r/jof TLat no part of said sum of sixteen one bundled and fifty-three I the survey of standard, correction State should first be obtained. Congress as per resolution of said House latheoffieeofiheSecond'Audiior,4woofelass I

thousand five hundred dollars shall be expended : Provided, That the min 'township, andsiictioit lines in Minnesota, Fur compensation of two draw keepersand 'passed twenty sixth July, eighteen hundred one, six of class two and eleven,.af )

for clerical services. autl.orized shall not in conformity w,th the instructions recently a watchman at the Potomac bridge, and I and fifty two, two thousand seven hundred class three. *" /*-. /*

For compensation to special agents to ttiin is now al issued by the Commissioner of the General for fuel and oil lor lamps..one thousand ejjjht dollars. In the office of the Third Auditor lhre '
the and des affaires. Land Office for similareturveysin Oiegon, at und ; To pay to 1. T.: Mudd! for services in the 'one of aad '
examine books accounts money on hundred dollars, : for repairing, the Long of class one, forty class :two,..
in the several under the clerk to the United States a rate not exceeding five dollais per mile. office of Commissioner of Public Buildings, three.
hand, depositories Bridge across the .Potomac twenty eight of class; f .. rn .
act of August si iub eighteen hundred and eight hundred doll.rs. forty five thousand dollars. thousand dollars. from the day of the death of the late commissioner la the office of the Fourth Auditor,,one of

forty six, five thousand dollars. 1 I of Theodore S. Fay of For correcting erroneous and defective For compensation of two draw keepersat to the appointment of the present class one, four of class. two ,and, aLoe;of. ,
the salary of.a sec lines of public and private surveys in Illinois incumbent sixty five dollars. .
of addtional:
the the and
For compensation an the two bridges across Potomac class three. i- ji,rfID
'appraiser general, to be appointed by the j, and >a cnarge des affaires and Missouri ata rale.not exceeding for fuel and oil for l lamps one' thousand dol- For compensation of the warden, clerk, ,the I.ffice of the Fifty.,Auditor. two, of ,. .,

President hy and with the advice and con- on several different occas six dollars per mile including office work, lars. physician, chaplain, two assistant keepers, class one,three of'claa two, andtwo'oI -

of the Senate and to be employed onCe I I.Rot ed the duties of the latter two thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of auxiliary guard, and four guards and porter of.the penitentiary class three.. ? f 5 v .-. .' A ,. 1.
thousand four thousand and thirty. For compensation of surveyors and other of the District/ : of Columbia, seven thousand of Auditor of t Tr ,
Pacific coast, six dollars. for fuel,,and oil for lamps sixteen thousand In the office tbe. tthe. v
seventy-three and two agents required in Illinois Missouri, Flori four hundred ; and each of ;the' auxiliary three hundred and fifty dollars. surF for the Post Office Department, ,twenty .
: '_ jSitrwyj/A/ Coast. same to be iu lieu of 4all guardfl bhall hereafter carne annual of class one fiflY, tweatyij
For of the coast of the United t onsj and also; if received of right of September, eighteen hundred three*haiJreddollars % .
survey i ; twenty compensation' } viz ;:five hundred dQlI said'penitentiary, -- of class three, and-five of daas"four.. r > I t
Stales: including compensation of superintendent i services rendered and fifty granting swamp lands fourteen I lars per annum. For the support and maintenance of said In the office of.the Register five of.class I

and assistants and excluding pay I thousand dollars. For the support. care.and medical treatment penitentiary, one thousand two hundred and one, eighteen of class,two, and four.of class .
I and emoluments. of officers of the and of all missions detached and unfinished and S it
army expenses For surveys in the Washington Ipfirmnry, of forty dollars. three.. ,
, navy, and petty officers and men of the navy. i dollars. resurveys in Arkansas at a rate not exceeding twelve transient paupeis Jnedica and surgical For the support, clothing, and medical Iu the office of the Commiui nef'of, Cas- 4

employed on the work one hundred and I. of Edward Kent, for six dollars per mile, fifteen thousand two ;patients two thousand dollais.: treatment of insane paupers of the Districtof toms, three of class one, four of class' 'two, -
*i ighty six thousand dollars I.i I as Charge d' Affaires at hundred and thirty dollartl.J For the purchase of manure lor the public Columbia at such places as the Secretaryof and three of class three. ,. I

For continuing the survey of the western Rio de Janeiro, daring the For correction of erroneous and defective grounds one thousand dollars. the Interior may, in his discretion, deem In tbe office 'of tbe Treasurer, wo 'ofcassoimefiveofciasstwoandfiveofcla.s

COaSt of the United States, excluding I and under the in surveys in Arkansas at a rate not exceedingfour For cart hire on the public grounds, one proper, ten thousand dollars. J

pay and emoluments of the officers of the i Department of State, one Jous!! per mile, six thousand two hundred thousand dollar?, For the purchase of two hundred and three ; and in the office of the ,LirhthoQ5eI J ,,

.aray and navy and petty officers and men aid twenty-five dol and eighty six dollars. For the purchase and repair of tools upon fifty copies of the SI tutes at Large of the Board,'one.of claw I one,' oue '.of"'class" two, 4 '

of the navy, employed on the work, one For surveyin in Louisiana at augmentedrates the public grounds rive hundred dollars. United States and of the synoptical index and two of cla. 'three. 1-. ..1 '

hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Attr'T David TodJ, late Minister of incuJit! salary and expenses of surveyor For the purchase of trees and Ire boxes thereto, at the contract price paid by Congress In the office of the' Scrretaryof'iVaroneif ;

For continuing the.survey of the Florida I at Brazil, a turn of money to locate private land claims ninethousand to replace when necessary, such as have to the distributed, under the directionof ( class one two'>f class! two, two'of class ;
reefs and keys excluding the pay and to William E. Anderson, one hundred and forty two dol- been planted by the United States and lorrela'rs the Department of Stale among the three, and one of class'fpur." '" "' *Pv

emoluments of the officers of the army and ,. the minister from Ro: de of pavements ;in front of the public several consulates and commercial agents. In the office of the. .GiiirI4nChiefoiieofclass ,

iiavy and petty officers and men of the nary Stales in the spring' lars.For the survey of private lands claims in grounds two thousand three hundred dollar !. eight thousand seven hundred and fifty two: '. ''SC- ; SIn

employed the work thirty thousand against two persons Florida. under 'the act of twenty eight of ;. Prodded., That no more alianlhus dollars. tbe office of tbe'AdiutantGeneraLtoro t
dollars. 'I slave trade, seventy five June eighteen bundled and forty eight including trees be purchased or planted. For.the collection of agricultural i.tati.tcsantl :; of class one,'five of class twpj; one',''of,dais t I

For continainj: the survey of the norther I,, the work now under contract, ten For annual repairs of,tile Capitol-! water purchase of seeds, to he' pad out .of tbe three and one of iclass four; r ; "* J'r t

";nd northwestern lakes, including Lake of Buckingham Smith, late thousand dollars. closets! public stables water pipes. pav'ements l patent fund, five thousand dol'ars. In the office of tbe Qaartrrmaster'General,
Superior, fifty thousand dollars: Provided atioll in Mexico, the dif. For completing curtain surveys in Florida and other walks, within :'and around salaries of-nine supervising and fifty three of class' onei'fire
I That a survey of so much of the communication .his salary as Secretary of at a rate not exceeding, six dollars per the Capitol: square, painting the interior! of local insjiectors! appointed under the act approved class three,' md one of tlass'four.*** t5; i ;

l between Lake Huron and the Sault! that of Charge d'Affaires, mile in cn\ *querice of the peculiar difficulties all the committee rooms, cleaning'out and August thirtieth, one thousand eight In the office of"the' Payntaste'r 1.two ,

Ste. Marie as may be necessary to ascerS July, eighteen bun attending the execution of the same, on having the vaults uiider'the crypt, extending hundred and fifty-two, for the better protection of class one, three class t two,'''two bf .'

1.bia what. part thereof requires to be deepened to the eighth of Oclol.er! account of swampe. lakes,marshes, &c., and I gas pipes .tb o'u;b the vaults, cleaning the'lives. .of, passengers. by, steam : class.three. and one of class f 8r aai.In .
shall! be made without delay, and plans : i which period be discharged for scrap work, ten thousand dollars.: ami; 1 whitewashing Ibe oeilinjr of the rotundo, boatsiw'th- travelling ana oilier expenses the office of the', 'Commissary iGtnertl,

ra.n& estimates of the nature and expense ; tl'Afftires in MexIco. For arranging and hind n* cancelled replacing broken glass.1 locks,,&cl:, sir thou. incurred by'them. seventy thousand ..dollars. two 'of class one two of class twor'9O of i
,'jthe work-stialt be laid before Congress of tile Imizter of the United marine papers returned by the collectors ol sand eight hundred dollars; f< ", For paper required for the printing of class three and one of class four.1*' '"tIn 4

In next session. For printing and distribating returned home on leave the customs one thousand dollars. For annual repair* of, the. President's ,Congress for) the first session .of tbe' thirty the office of tbeSargeomr'GtueisIi. one .
'charts of lake surveys fifteen hundred I I ven hundred and filty-siz For continuing the suivey of the keys on House, furniiur$ improvement. grounds, third Congress'one'hundred and four thousand of class one.one of'claas twoj\aa4 oae t>f '

dollar ty-five cents ; the same, if the Florida coast, under the act ot twenty painting and repairing rouf, cleaning, .paint and' sixty four dollars. class four. ; \ '.yaJJo I

Custom Houtts.; be in full for all charges dur eighth of June, eighteen hundred and forty ing, and whitewashing inside of thee house, For paper required for the printing of the tbe'office of the Colcwl-off-Eagineen, .

Tor continuing the construction ofthe cusionVbpnse'at I aforesaid. eight, twenty thousand dollars. ,, extending east wing of offices forT carriage executive departments ten thousand three one of class one,'two'of class 'two, oae faf -
'' Charleston, South expenses of foreign inter. For surveying standard 'parallel, township house,'blimls for the} west,front' of the house,' hundred dollars, rsL class three and one of claM.four.IatheafficeoftheCooneIOLTQprapb. -i-,
dollars. at' -a'-'r31e Fonthepninting of the Senate for the first r
". hundred thousand dollars. and section 1i1lt'!1n Oregon, I florin Urge room in basement purchasing ,: ,
one.,FotCO4tioa Dg, the contraction of of intercourse with the Bar- not exceeding'twelve dollars\etmile,-nearly trees'ng and' plants ,for'garden and f<>r making session of the'thirty third Congress,, ;Uhirtj- cal Engineers; one of class oo*,two f.class .I. t l

house at New Orleans Louisiana.thre ">e thousand dollars. equal to six.thousand! four hundred 1 miles hot beds, therein.:wire fence, &csixthou ,.avers thousand four hundred and sixty three two, pne orelass: ihreef-.and..oattj'Dtjdalufour f

>cotton and four the consul at London, two seventy six tb.uaud'four-huii4red dollars. sand two hundred and fy.dollrs., ., dollar. ..,...,, /;." : r .* .._, t :fjt .. a? ,;,'iJi5. : ,Jila I '
4 Collars!haudreij.abject to the t twenty limitations th.ou and / I. For extending the principal! meridian .line For refurniahing 'ihe'Presideiit i?House t fi1 For thepninting i of,the- Douse. of, RiP.reStnt3tlves'for the.office ot the ColoneL jDtdoaace, j
the commissioner to the in Oregon a distance of oiebundred.and, to WexpeifdeJnhdef the'r'ilireciibn of 1b"e the first session of the thirty two.of.class one Jaor.o{ class two-one.ijof I

4. 'trictions imposed on the the appropriation second session m ,ds five thousand dollars. sixty miles four thousand dollars.) President,'in'addition in proceeds of-the sa!' ihfrd Congress; fifty six thousand "one class three-and one; classAfoar? M!y .! ,
the'ame:6bject last the -' guards and other ex For rent"of surveyor 'general's office in of[snchof; .the fbrmture and equipae( the dredand ninety fwuc; dollars. ..In the office of.the&creUTy otlheNavy

.whicb the the Con/cress bvildmg w' respects to U erect plan at Constantinople, Oregon,' fuel, b ok* stationery;and otfierjincidental ( said house as may be dtrcayeJ, uutof.rrpaiis ,;,For the printing of the, executive depart.meuls. four,of das two,six ol clwtbeaud CMof .,!

house and Alexandria, two thous expenses. including-pay of messenger. I unfit for.use, the sum of.twenty five'thou-. .incluJii.gjoi'.paper} .au.f printing! theauiual class four.,i. -: *:- ->;"', r *dt
-To complete.the' curtom at ':and or eAtlml1tes, .and for' paper 'printing, '. Btlrull, Construction, .Eqnip- o
nd bund lathe
'fcc.Vtwd: ; 'tbo s' two ..,
:'llaine'twelve: thousand dollars. sand dollars. / ," > .j'For a' tHe annual "
tbe lbund&t of ,the nf the consul at, Basle, .n fifty dollars. "' painting the exterior: o'the.Presidett's bVndnfgthV; biennial register and oient.'and Jkpairs one of cl ii. toeys esi,
j.To.complete (IJ
C5.1 house in and to' hundred dollars., i To defray the expenses incurred of a geological HI"u'se' below\ the cornice, one/thousand. and report of tbe Secretary oi, the Treasury incluilinf)the:' dtaughltman :cL class:o,
Bangor. connect
m outfit ot a commissioner reco'nuoissHnceir.Oregon, undertaken ."' .". *." '* = i commerce. and, navigation! twenty two aDd.oil. of class foar s.. .. 'IL .41iUof.- "
:came"with: the shore, fif.eeD'1houS&nd ; fifty. 'uO 11 ars \ and '.eighty nine dol- of Yards and Dock3one
I '- :! including:the additional, in the year one th'iosMid eight hundred nut t :For lieafing and ventilating the Executive thousand wbjjnnJred Jn tbe ;

1a.ra.FOr annual repairs and office fixtures under the act to carry into fifly one, under instructions from ihe Department jnansioi painting jhe.flterior: therQt,,and! larVandfoufcenisVFor'eimpen ] of class oue..Iour"J inclndinf{,ithe'jdranrhu.
;- >ation' to 'tbe'ftoperintendentof tnan.of,lass two,' and one,of-dassvlonr.
in the treaties be- entrusted t.1 (Doctor of the :
and &c
booses of the United Stalest 01 l the interior; painting the wall, ceiling, :, ,rooms
the custom States and China,'and the J. Evans eleven thousand nine ;Hundred floor andjnakmg oth riOpthv'einents. Public Printing, and them two' clerks and jilL the Bureau of Provisions and.Cbthing, s -
I of the first ; .
Jure tboua.od.4oU eighteen :thousand 'dull rA. and eighty four dollars 'and twenty five and for the lLurchase.of,books for the messenger inhi* office,I.3 x., thousand.. fire' fourof class two,,and-'oiie ol.dasa.fovb't 4
the ) >ofjtbe. marine !
For competk five dollars.I IB.tbe Bareaa.ofQrdnan&j. aadLHrdto-
r : the intel and.secretary hundred andiinety : t
prefer nine thousan'dfive t
cents. j. __
President's, library, twenty L'zL-t
'jfc.l .1 Jr mtt L.A.A
-t&flhYI11C.IUJ3U&,1, twenty & -"'r*' I .jL -t .. L s'jh.ivM ,KAM I < 1 two thouoaiti five hundred. completing geological recqnnoissance'in huntlred ilollars. For blanK oooss.aiiverun iur 1.lut'u. grapoyIouI, uUIU5 .11. .5. :.u4 "J
40" ara. I. .fC'ri. Oregon! fiv.tAe thousand 'do1ar! ,: : I, ''Fot' 'e ctil1 "la'lp''rusts'ali 1ampsron for paper; pbstage'i, &c. 'obethousand: one class two. and ont.iof class foot.fi i.aJ; !'4

.;' .)'orthi'mirine/ hospital at'Natch tz, tion to the ..consuls\ at"the For rent of surveyor general" officein, both ideftofvPeniisylTaniankrenueTifrom handrediattd two dollars.- ,i % :"In the Bureau.o fL iledieine ndjjSa/j5ry.

thousand Foi' dollars.Dii tng'tbi'" "CoDl'trucl. of China, viz: Kw'arig"Chow, California, purchase of Instruments' records Seventeenth;* .street: lo.G.eorgetown,:and,from For compensation of thejibrarian! the sof patent:hePatini two of" class two" ,//and one,the" asststaattpf -

Ning Po," and Shanghai, materials i of tbousxidi'e'i Officeiltohepaid.JDUt'of ClaM four .,- j2f ;
drawing garniture, luel..lmy three 'I '
manne' hospital: at: Su Lou ts, dollars. eleven thousond four hundred the Capitol' !D the,1\avyJ'ard, rs. ,"" J... ,.j, t& ; land one thousand;two hundredi dollars. ."ltitb 1iice. Y.t1ieSeCre of uneiJier'i6r7four ; '- .I'
messenger, &c. hundred "J 1I
twenty thousand dollars' ,-,.f Ihc-- rnnsnl--.--. 'neral1l.iAlex.-. -- -. dolla.s.: ..'. ' 1: .'-oleti"th't grading"j"Fofr anil'f PiTin; .-,WQr' the,purchase of bookf for the. library f'L'v!' ,. trse. ..,, .
FrOf.coaUnnuiR. the"cpnslrurtion' of ad 40Ilara., r 'F rtco tinning the'survey-'of the islands of'the carriageway of Pennsylvania aVenue, 'of,the Patent, Office to be paid Out 'of 'thepatent and three of class' o'r..l. ,siow( tIn .
bL, e lit St. hundred "oie'thousiid five han'ifred, dollars'
custom Louts use '* fund, the office oftheCmmissioner 01 Pensions ,
and IIotec100DohAmerican the coast of Caldomia under.aclvof the .Creek and
: *
on from Seventeenth street -tp.Kock '
iboisand dollars. .J 1 ciasTbne J t
'fifteea tenTof
V thlfty6f class
,jrll countries one hundred. fir tf'l August, eighteen hundred and ,the: ." two,
fttiuisthe.cur\istoiiesajid paviig
For jwoceeJing with the construction thousand"dollars.:. fifty twothirty thousanddollars.:', : .ort oot, sax Ieet.ybJc! o" each ojr sidp.of .saktaveiiu I 'UlticataBQrlf.JaT"Cwui tion.. five of'class threej and four {* f

-'tctistes3'booseat Louisville, ffi're'I and other ex- ..standard i tines in California, way "heretoTorc FDrr.JOmplttiugrJ1e.-t-.IUJeYl oL3tbe I Rio: 1ntheffiu1the..Comrmssionuiof4he
.( : For surveying H auMilib'n.' ::&ti lt jium t : '
Jrihty seven thousand seven hundred' i office of'1he 'consul'of the I meandering' 'ahdrBu"rTeyhj5'irregnlar' and that orjjed', fourteen ahouv I.Grande,ami,;.f or(Pffice.work I for, oneryear, General Land Office, forty .of4aoqe* I'
approjiriateJ lor' '
--fortr fire dollars.- 'London two' 'thousand '& jhousandmilns >JV/d- that threethousand fife hundred' andrweWdoiia'r forty .ol.class iwo, twenty three'oiclassthree .
at : ; riier lots amounttng to two- Sal.a seven bunited' I
For the tompletiort.of the custom house ? "?* *ti ahd"lBreeof'class oorl ,
dollars I ; .;i".U-l ,
dollars;; ) at a rate H|notyxceed. fifteen he &iIefli a ror'jpainfnjc' sind- footway + '
.," Ci.Ki nati-,CJghtl;;seven thousand ofthe, consul at, Beirout:fire_ per IZiiIt-.tlliflJ'hUiSIid! d llars. tihatlJiotte l ,upended;; UIIll l ssihe era fp1Ppen1yrptste t For .rr' .' ueilaj&f! Willfam H.Emorj"'a'party..twtoty.thoU5 1 n'tbi office'of the Commissioner of ndinAffimot'si'thsi. !
i-'htuidrpiaod/orty five:dollars.! .. ; ; .,,
< iiiio, ,4oUar.s :
.' ;rPublitLands. 'I ToV'sundiriiling toWnships, equal let : i there be:fiq uired ua ertheiauthoriiieor ; k' 1
.': .''For the. purchase' of .land' additional &dthr 'rdtojeg/1 22o'in
tending .
one thoufflinJ \wd'hundred miles-of survey tne.diretwn or : \be city Fur _expenses 0LIeutmant I
I .
: resent ewtooa boose jot.tProjde l .1 I h Wt.dotl&fSo the office of the Commissionert>l Paltwenty'ftrnec
lhe"j : : ing at a rile(n6rexceeding"f6urteen,4x>llarspeYmfle' uI '' pinreat'teaU J'r"'Ho $n Whlpple .parJ1.oDL ails; x .. '
%Vashi&iigojQ! r .
to sign
n.'l } W "I !
Bhode1&anaiaeentb usanddollart t r secretary tnurbi\ qfclass wetiizdZng
sxtenib6usaiideight ,
in Califorhb; '. ro 11 q
; fib .lqt" si4iyalk pll' ? .0 P"
t '
'a"new' thousand five "" "' "dtb .!lla ji i.t' xiii i
tor the erection of custom house ub1Jc lands, one i. hundred dollarsV : thesam.' Fpr nll1 Jf,Wmisslont" ..anct. ? ; cretry: ih sxmt'dofl jjo'J..ne
-, coiitiuualion and adjoining -' }
'sii4"jbrt( rb1ch.shall,be.: to conitrneted '. ;J eiiieftsek of otet 101; *
;,: ] For .8e O.n.t g" n! ,??r bwashpsiqOalto For"enclosing b'o1fjtr'J ant and for personal andTlnmiung .; I
.,,jarrau ed'u to furnish a suitable! poro, therieporder of ,land titles lix tbo nJ.:" !e8,9(! ne'htg,)naifornia ,t rwli 9mrovihgtrthe ttia rii a'1, the commissioner7 i nine"thousand 1five''handredMoIUrs'f >, jo,IAtbeCc'O r tbe ;'Pietl$ 1 f
Uxe tailed State* clrpiii iJ and.district; : fire.hundred dollars. at arate 'isot xeeeJin 'twelve ohthe.nortH trtde'Hl4iosiie4he f Pei.asyl auS&I'.ntiJe J 'and thit tbe'beru: Jimited for. ofCbWoiu< h"ilJJ'b'r--.t.r. 1_ o I
? officers fordistrici and! ,commi6sioos.of registers f''I.
with.the cectatajf dollars'jaer'milei: ,evintjTtwO' thousand. dot\ ina'et ottse ? ieweeifeventa 1I. the appoinimeat ptcodnmla5iune4survcy9t1 t; ,
; ,
; 'foor and'recei' r.of'public moneys \ \ !.'*. I1' f j.a the ofifo t' f
'tlk; marshiL Iw4 thirty lara, LT: -_ t- and Eighth reetsr Jposanllive and chief( astn>nomerbyrlheiact.pftilaynfteentbreightee'n topographer. I
"-* ibe1 'el tire' cost tb iindyen ,, ",KW -'f And there-shall be- chief tierk tor each I
; 4pJlarifrotidat,'Tbai rfor'ton *J hondreU ana fift'- shall l a -
,, dollars.
P Ui"JJ ildi T hundred T t
'' fcraene'm : gl. v. 'tiftti""*- ri ".r' L
such d3itional jiteand bnHding shall in : Povkkd7Jiat; ., ', .. berebttene4"taibeF QllLwlLerte0flb44Com1ct'UDCO J1\-Iq,Ouc..J.. ,
'. ,', '. '. L"L. Pnr n' Hvflcienetf sumvins. levelling, be,and tbe same is :
Tent weed the sum hereby apPfPprl4 at.,any UntteiLiJjuues I F compensation. :inevommissionerio'dullard. :.qL! and W"Vs.measuring* 7 'the*.,.trialigfiar" i j>**iT&D. tii,6rthIid1 | fr aeJ9 l. ]li jIJ ,ta, h fift1t :FkattdUAor,
**&Fat tbe'coiistracUoi cf the custom bo third fcecliofl of an act Public Buildings two ( afwtfe?between : ,Second'*" iAJits4Fosrth'td.

--,.4 Wilmin jton. Delaware,in addition to dl' ..to.make_ (land warrants:- as- yIjt .thnpiatlEh: "li ;ftr'th'rtlertia'ibe"l' office one Thtrteentltfaod ofPenhsfIraniat fouftxenih}streets'forty wd !!; ckriying into "ct thr''pfovuions of i. \"VMdn AudIt,Tr8UJTfot.&e

rmaied'bylhe'acP rf"'thirty other puruosesinapprpred: of 'c r jPobllc tBu3juig8. ,' this .'at btialamg..'assay office JtJ the .PesUQftee; De.v..er, I _
t; gbeea laUdre4u( fiftftw o. i!: '-C eighteen.t bred.and thousao&4oljars l : ; ;ft..D :.I$ I 4oUef'.;, ".itJf mh ;J'bjL.tt\h,in{frii.te o.pnatloti" I city.'of Nnr I rk 11ra4diti n to the charges, C1) t J ,\4NAItr.. '
I pp1 .n "cl.t t'p
,'I..ml'fl". .' ctoU rs ; ezceededorha11>xcred' the For theTtxtmston-fif- United StateCpiIo1 ,', 1.- !. deathre1iI2en encl.! 1undiedan&'f t;fl 1 i srtMie1 ta tfartie-af>,bC re .. Boa4. Cem.i t. ) .tF.aaionttCommis8kiitrolIftM.ASur
I ."' tt'J4", i ati\ nit the'regiiterii arid receivers" as six hundred thousand dollars i j l celvd 1onlO1i MIr isauc1 aIl i, Consiuissiouer eLb6Wi4Md'Qc: *,
; om'
.3 r.! ; : _:IJl Wrnp1etJ1thdr ; _
,.YJ-lo1. \ f tfessetrrer ily,
..' :1.1: r artPintrUed receive under -compensatioD:in fart t> .ihe of lathe' ? ;Jt&JJ Com
..tte.a Cy:
:" -. f' '. under.4heSenate*pod'ieif.l at JUlIulre hereby appropriated qu|: ;"By
t .*birt&.beMi t Richmond ;V ,"the 'sorplos;which'"shall in charge of.the main lurnacein :tbeCapitoU and dollars and thirty.one entl.I i.reasurynot ,otherwise appropriated ; missioner ol Patents".who shall be allowed. _
fifty one -
3 imposed by the.net of the thirt11m ; paying the amount so doe; as three hundred and of the fifty laborer dollars.in charge Jot lighting the Capitol and. President's I. and that there be paid James B.Small. ,annual compensadoa two, tbootsM. '
pst .e thousand eight hundred and : Aid registers and receivers, :compensation

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I dollars each. And there hall be a chief The Cffecta.. of Ham Drinking., JtLurtii J/ROM HIVAIU.-The IT.Stia'msiiprinpjr S. .it proceedings of-,Toira Coumcii.COCTCIL estab eel b1 any action feeretofert/t&es

I clerk for each of the Departments or the 0 City has arrivedaVNVwiUwfth r- by th Council abolisbad.
Trewurv JLORIDLRJPJIILICAL'w JVe learn that Mr. ATHAWttMrrcHtLt., f. OH AMiiV April W, .ia>>. is hereby
War, Interior \
Navy and
General ll 4:
advices anato The
: frpmMJav :; \Committee appointed at
Post Office, who hall! be allowed an annual ho was ior some months"last( idmraer'a Jbaric'Suffolk Ii' q n l.n. .,thiifbyt.5Vcloclr i |. ipecalmeetinl _
3AOKPNtIILE; : e- .4 2ompositor.fl th;'!tt.!"Sbe.reportl Flijatj the; <. ,: : Present Hou, to confer with Mr. :Holme, or ;
compensation of two thousand i : i ,
two hundred w.o' l' ti" f' c this'office,t Heaped( front the f m., for special purposes others tha
succeededton Wativa erection
dollar rath. ThUtsd r l\lay.; 2;'1853.' v. fourth iilory of the CiT! HoitjTiri!7 -JRfcSiroonl, !! had. tflf; 28th.Tilt.,)i:tfsaao Swart, .]nt dan";,Messr Bours,I Mdrazine, to their of a Pew-
No clerk hali be appointed in either, of l landiri.}? six hundred staves'near'. )!ataniaiTbe.Diariode W. Clark John C1 rIi Oak Ward, per through chairman .:
5- Virginia, on the night of the th. Inst. in al .E. ,p i."_:.....I .1..... I'A11A-:.... _-40 -_tt1lUI.A '
the four claws nntil arter he ,haa been ZUllroftd Stock, Snbicrlptloni. .' la Marina is bitter against id Williams Councilman. WUJ &UU"W'U ajIV4' WM1 WQ !.' ..'
fit of dtlerium tremens, and survived but.. for ,. eivedand adopted: ", "
tjijninfd .andjoundqtialifled! by a'boardjlotoriNtt ; ? Mr.. Soole's as Minister to minutes of last meeting were read '
appointment! The
. I nf, three"examiner- of tnem"t6! 'Wiar lnfoiTned ij.tb'e'; bobks"ofscriptions ; : a: short time. j .. ,W Committee who were' 'appointed -.
,; be the chief of the bureau office into Spain; and intimates that he will not be received ad approved. "to
or to the Florida Central .and. also MrrcHEti.; was possessed ofi noble nter' with Mr. T. O.iEohaeVcr
... .. many who had under
; Committees
Wreh > ito at Madrid.. The Street ,
. ti bt 'appointed, and the two : other
to the Peninsula Railroad .- o > non respecting erection of
Florida for -
or were and but his'besetting'sindevo
others be elected by the bud of the department qualiliesi idemtion' the petition of Mrs. Maria Powde rw'| a

!Ii 1 to which the aid clerk ',will be closed last week, and that a sufficient amount tion, to .the cup, would long sincehave, The post office mail carriage alone for the Domett, through Councilman H. E. W. leave toThat veyrejtectfalljt g ,

. auipied Nor-.'ball any clerk inthe de; of stock was subscribed to both, to made his interlectual maik. We regret his next year.will cost the Government seven Clak reported that they had examinedthe rt : -

f.P : j'rtmetiw; .herein, .named receive any other' i insure the organization of both companies, death ;sincerely, b.ul.morepfc; .the million! and fifty thousand dollars besides \\remises, but had not made a report, views upon toKngobtaineaMrT.O.HoW;
.11 which,
I inoney for extra services than the e subject- in the
alary or and the one dollar a share paid in. It is un painful cir 'umspnces attending it. t l..exi 8..fiy.hundred and fifty six thou prefi ring to wait till the Council bad estimation of 1L -
tr: 'no)or aunw specified in,this section, at any Committee; ale I imprac
. : -' derstood' that to the latter sand dollars-and ,half million for hear Judge Livingston for petitioner, and
'? ". lime *fttr this section has been executed by the'subwriptions ; '- to his Sense" 1 ** one a ticable-they wow. recommend that the
J ti a classification of! the'elrk as it prescribes. much exceeded those oftbe former. Coming "miscellaneous." Congress has granted then aake ,for further tim to make their report Town Council prpW at-?,& iowlectk

1 There''shall be a dibnrin clerk for each of 'We shall rejoice see'either, or both of i. JOBS W. FOJTER, a Quaker, and a leading w Postmaster General one million eight ,bich was granted.TheCommittee site, and erect a imUtt tofta,. for the ',.,,"'

the departments of War, Nay. and the Post these works"carried 'out. As far as local i 'Abolitioniil in ;Rbode Island, has< recently hundred thousand dollars for apprehenJed to whom was referred storage of powder,'at e"exjienso'of.
ti Office ,not more than three for the Treasury
petitiodof Calvin Oak
Ie Department; at the discreton of the Secretary benefit is concerned the Peninsular,road is renounced his abolitilionism i .-and! i in deficiencies under the new postage law. and., asking other permissionto fire arms, TowD, fixing the charge torMe.&a,

,; thereof' ; and not m ,re' than three for the one for East Florida, without doubt doing so says.what we have always supposed WROUGHT vs. CAST IRON.-Says Thomas from discharge his Gun Manufactory guns reported that at the lowest rate consistent...ihe cost

A tl p; the Departmrnt of the Secretary of the Interior thereof, at the the taidclerks discretion the Atlantic and Gulf can be connected bya viz : That those who make up the De Quincy, the power of.cast iron to resist they bid made a thorough ,examination of of event tbe be building a burden, which to the OU't\110t Towv ; in uy
J t 1J, to be appointed out of class; four by short road, but benefit to the State at abolition party are jtiadb-and that they heavy pressure is but little more than one the barricade erected by petitioner, and ;i. H. H. BdCha.L

, r A the beads of the respective departments, and large would be best promoted by the Central are sincete only in their desire' to'burqbog third ,of.that ,possessed by wrought iron, or deemed well tOnstructed and'safe: and On motion of Councilman &E. w.

to receive such such, in addition to their road, the subscription to which would have the people. ( that, while wrought resists a p'esnre of sixteen suggested that the prayer of the petitioner:. Clark, it was : \ -..

.I regular csilarieis! as may amount in 'all tIe been much larger here had there been any loath Carolina Congressional EUeitloti. eighteen tons per square inch, cast bo, granted ; provided that the firing of Resolved, That a committee be ippoa.,
thousand dollars But
two per annum. it indication of co-operation in the Middle and guns, &0., be confined to persons in his I for the of
shall wbrn capable of enduring only three to seven. ted purpose selecting IUe.far
A: be fiiitherduty, designated .. .
We learn that at election to fill the lov. -
an > em>> '
West. But i instead of its the -
4 )>y the bead of the department for that sere receiving 'a Powder Magazine, <
t. Tice, to nperintend the buildings, and they cordial support of these sections, some of vacancy in the ,3rd Cptigressiqaal; *Dintrlct i THE AFRICAN TRACK \the kind of trade Councilman Bours submitted the following estimate, and receiving 1ltinj.p

..b'alriri bond!*, as required by the Independent its prominent prints and leading men have" occasioned by.the resignation Hon. W, Mrs. Beecher StoWe is engagedinin well.' England No;. Ordinance, whith was unanimously ecting the same. .

Tr asnr)' art : Provided, That the F. COLCOCK, the result was the election of seems to pay exceedingly adopted : The Intendant appointed'the
made almost exertions to landed in following
unexampled Yankee authoress
:Ii pre. sooner was our Be it Ordained by the Intendant and
distributed and
\ hefl arranged as required
ele.rk1&e citizens of those sections from Col. L. M. KEITT, by a considerable ma Liverpool, it than she was Councilmen to compose that.committee:
j. by this section, shall be' pitid. according vent the embarking appears presented Councilmen of the Town of Jacksonville, '

t ; to its provisions out of any' money in in this projct inducing them to jority. _ _ with .t13lJ sterling. What for as she That hereafter when any vessel shall! haul Messrs. Bours, Williams and Oak.
4: is not understood to be in necessitous circumstances Petition Calvin
. lbs Treasury not otherwise appropriated, believe that their interests will be best 9Ior Appointment cannot imagine. John Bull alongside of any of tho'wharves of Jack O.U'othml
I we ing of Council a
i and shall constitute' the whole of the
permanent promoted by joining to carry out would seem to think Uncle 'Tom has come sonville, it shall be the duty of the Captain -
k v clerical force of the Departments of Gov. SEYMOUR of Connecticut, his been and and that the names

: .: .. the Treasury! War Navy, the Interior, and any Georgia scheme, a matter of indifference appointed Minister to Russia, Col. GAOSOEN a-begging! or other person having charge of such of Hogns.street b up at
'. .t130 is $650. Mrs. Stowe is certainly vessel to the jib-boom to be pt
i just cause riggedin
the Post Office, with the exception of the which; in preference to one of their own, Minister Mexico and suitable places was action
Carolina to
South ,
of present
; not much in need of the money, if the so that it shall not project over wharves
Census Bureau, is not included in
.' I and this selfish! cut oft the East till next meeting.
by policy of Ohio Brazil. be touchnz! the income defer
Ibis arrangement, and the clerks Gov. WOOD to reports true enormous adjoining. And if any Captain or other
.: tetnpoiarilyemployed from any participation in the benefits to be she has received from the sale of her of Walter Stevens and others,
in the office of the Third Auditor as aforesaid shall refuse to comply
We learn from the News of last Saturday If could her, we person abatement of nuisance at
tm bounty land service; and on arrvarges ofT derived from a work having for its principle romance. we persuade with this Ordinance, he shall, com praying corner
that Col. W. W. LORIXG and Dr. B. M. should see it appropriated something after upon of Church and Pine streets referred
.. >ay: And provided further, That each object union and consolidation of interests plaint, be fined not exceeding ten dollars, ,,iras

,. ;. bead of the said departments may after the betweeu the different portioas of the BTRNE,'of the U. S. Army. passed up the this$300 fashion :- the freedom of one at the discretion of the Intendant. Andit to Street Committee, with authority. t set
'. distribution herein made of (say) to buy in the
.. the clerksamongst I State Some men whose position for the river en route to St.Augustine, in the steamer slave. shall be the duty of the Marshal to see premises.
the bnrrans
and offices in On motion of Councilman &uzj it
It L: bis department. if he should find it necessary time being: has given them an influence Florida on the 3d inst.! 100 to fend him to Liberia. I I that the above Ordinance is enforced. was ,
'. 100 to the Negro Orphan Asylum here. Councilman Bours also submitted the
and to do this influence in and
proper so.Sic. have used supporting
The steamer / Stone arrived here 'from L I Resolved, That the Street Committeebe
read and
little to
If 4..And be it further enacted That 100 In learn one negro following Ordnance, which was adopted
propagating/ this suicidal policy, and by a Savannah on Sunday last, having taken the write. : authorized to wait upon Mr. William '
:-. hereafter the"anniial compensation of the "Be it Ordained by the Town Councilof
t Vice PresMtnt/Secrelaries of Stale. Treasury species: of transparent sophistry allempt to place of the Metamora, which' was disabledon 50 to enable him to emigrate. the Town Jacksonville That section3d Sedgwick, and inform him' that it i,h
War, and Interior show that it is to cultivate intercourse intention of the Council to
Navy and the iirceJsary her last trip. of the Town Ordinance be and is here- present carry
!! Postmaster' and Attorney General, shall be and good feeling with other states $650 the determination of the las( Council into
t eight thousand dollars each. while their doctrine into has HON. EDWARD EVERETT, U. S. Senator Now, if Mrs. Stowe were not a professional by amended so as to change the amountof effect, in to buildings= in the street
toe: Sec. 5. And be further enacted That Abolitionist, she would certainly spend the Treasurer's Bond to one thousand I reg
from Bours
Massachusetts has been submitted the following -
: when private' establishments shall be ma t refine gold bullion, the Secretary of the their own. Let the East bear these men in Mr. Ginzot for Corresponding meuber oftbe mace in the African stave trade, the year to dollars." was receivedand

;j., Treasury, if he shall drem them capable of rememberance, and hold their selfishness up I French Academy of moral and political come in Great Bntain, as we have sugges Councilman: II. E. W. Clark stated adopted :
t ted. Bnt Abolitionist, and the real Be it Ordained by the Town Council of
I being an
executing such work, is authorized Science.
the it deserves. The that he had waited the Treasurer
to scorn Georgian upon
; t and required to limit the amount thereof' comfort of the negro, therefore, not being at the Town Jacksonville, Ta
: Mrs. EVERETT see it stated in Boston last Council and informed him ialb
we that his
.... which to be the oracle of these ,
. ( which shall be refined in the mint at Philadelphia seems all in her way, the following appropriationsare the duty of said Counci Por \
r k from quarter to quarter, and to re- patriotic Florid ians, a short time since declared papers has measurably regained her health more likely to be male.- successor had been appointed, and reques- Physician annually serve for tae "

.1 dace the same progressively' an such establishments that from its own knowledge nine which during her sojourn .in Washington 5100 to entice slaves: to run away, South, ted a statement of the financial affairs of of one And that it shall t

\ t : shall he extended or multiplide' so tenths of the citizens of Middle Florida was exceedingly delicate. 100 to rescue Ihem. North. ', the Council, and that the Treasurer informed duty of year.said Port Physician board ill
1 4 as eventially, as soon as may be, to exclude 100 to pay expenses of ditto. him that he would make his report make
which therefor
;\1 t refining from ibe mint, and t to require that were desirous of joining themselves to PATRIOTIC.-The Governor, Executive 100 to send him to Ca ab.I in a few days. vessels may signal ,

.. every deposit' of gold bullion made therein Georgia, and )present indications certainly Council, and many Senators and Reprise! nia- 50 for subscriptions to "woolly" news Judge Livingston, counsel for Mrs. M.Dopgett and to report immediately t'the Isiea-
; .1 for coinage shall t adapted to saId purpose give some credibility to the assertion. Let tivesof Massachusetts have papers. dant upon the nature of any disease o
" subscribed ont being present, was permitted to \
without need (lC refining : Provided That 50 for lectures on the Higher Law. symptoms thereof which may exist on
it be so then, say we, but we extend a cordial days pay each towards the erection of the 150 for grand amalgamation dinner. address the Council in behalf of :Mrs.
no advances in coin shall be made upon bullion a ; of vessel aforesaid. And the
any a
It ;.. after this regulation shall be carried invitation to the faithful one tenth, to I Washington National Monument. 100 for the relief of the ,sick and distressed Doggctt, and the coinraitte in that case sid bar Physician shall receive to suck

: into effect except upon bullion refined, as emigrate to East Florida, where they can be Uncle Tom: in the Northern cities. were allowed till next regular meeting to the sum of three dollars be \
;' herein Jltt cflbeJ.'i Floridians still, and by a unity of interest President PIERCE, it is stated will coon L The next bag of (If gold; Mrs. Stove is make their report thereon.On visit collected from the master of taJ t
f.: ;f SEC. 5. And bt it further enacted. That an make a visit to New Hampshire. It is his presented with ought; to be paid into the motion of H.E.W.Clark: the Street Tsser
i p. officer shall .It appointed in the Detrimentof and exer'ion can make their Plate independent intention to be absent from the capitol about fund for the support of Abolition editors ant Committee for the Western District, were Piec That this Ordinance

t!4 f Stair, to be called the Assistant Secretary and; still gain the respect and goodwill two weeks. lecturer ; the first to keep on denouncing the instructed to wait 3Irs. Doggett and b s constred a to entitle the said Pott .
upon ,
r' of whose shall Constitution an accursed t bargain, and/ the Physician to from vessel
State salary be three thousand of other states, without resorting to that as her to have the obstructions in compensation any
-I S dollars per annum, payable in ibe same sycophancy which creates disgust; in HONS. A. H. STEPHENS and E. Y. HILL other to execrate the South, the Church, and Marsh request street removed. that does not make signal as do.
t. wanner as that of the Secretary of State everything and everybody else that don'tjoin for than visit
, those whose good/vill is to be are mentioned in connection whit the Gubernatorial There further or more one t aI 01 Te
.j, : belonging to that Department as shall be thusjsought issue with then II is to bt" hoped that being no business before sel.

I i prescribed by the Secretary of State, or as gained. There 'art' some honorable excep. chair (If Georgia, by the Whigs; cousin John will hurry up the funds. the Council, it adjourned. And be it further That if the

:t, .. may be required by law. tions both in prints and men, in Middle and Cols. LAMAR and HARALSOV, by the [2V. Y. Exprcs G.: P. POWERS, C.C.COUNCIL Port Physician Oraine. I

tJ' SEC 7. And, be further enacted That the Florida, who in despite of the obloquy and Democrats. Meeting of Fire 1V->ntem. vessel, with all fai bar, after any
{ Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized I CHAMBER MAT 3, 1853.
.. odium heaped upon them for their course, HON. W. P. AKGELE one of the Abolition Council this 5 knowing that signal has been cudefcrhim
j .. and required to cancel any outstanding At a meeting of the Fire Wardens of met day, at o'clock P.M.
LI debenture bonds given previously! to the dare be Fit r Jians still and uphold the intere- I prison Inspectors oi New York it is said 'I Present: Hon. Jsaac! Swart: Intenflanf; to do so. hemaybedismissedfromoffice
. first of July, hundred (If their Slate. To such shall; be Jacksonville, held at the Council Room at the discretion of the
: day eighteen and fifty, we ever will receive the Consulate at Panama from Messrs. Bours, H.E.W.Clark, J. Clark, Iutent
:"t.t. -., upon theimiKiitation of foreign; coals: Provided -, ready to extend our respect and confidence.lIane'or the hands of the democratic President on the 5th inst., John H. H. Bours, Esq., Oak and Ward, CmmcVmen. Drs. H. D. Holland and W. IEgJ

t That the said coals have been exporled PIEKCE. was called to the Chair, and F. C.Barrett The minutes of the last regular and were nominated for the office ofPIPbl-
to foreign Gnierel of Florida.Dr.
a or consumed
poit sician and the
r. ; upon special meetings were read and approved.The upon vote bing e
the outward voyage, and shall not have.been' requested to act as Secretary.Dr.
. JOHN WESTCOTT, of Madison Chief Justice GIBSON, of the Street Committees whom ballot, Dr. Holland
. t,4, consumed in the United Slates. connty, Supremecourt H. D. Holland having declined to to were mjort.
t; SEC. 8. Aiibe it fut flier enacted That the Middle Florida (brother of Ex-Senator J. D. of Pennsylvania died on the lit inst., referred petition of Mrs. M. Doggett, for and was declared by the Intenc \

.t. 'third section pi' the act entitled "An act ma- Westcott,) has been sent down to St. Augustine as did also Judge BARRETT of the Supremecourt serve as a member of the Board of Wardens redress of gri vance, made the following duly elected.

S :. ling appropriations for the civil and diplo.matic to take charge of the Surveyor General's of Ohio. Col. Samuel Buffington was electedto report: Report of Treasurer of lat Councfl n _

,; expenses of Government for the year, office, vice Maj. B. A. PUTNAM removed. fill the vacancy thus occurring.The The undersigned Street/ Committees, to received, showing a balance in treasury of

I f; ;.ending the ,thiitieth of June, eighteen hundred The administration in their distribution of COL. JAMES S. BHADWELL, of Liberty Chairman having stated the objectof whom the petition of Mrs. Maria Doggett, I 878.61, which report was .ordered t b
I and forty seven,and brother Ga. died in both the of the town.
purposes!! county, oil board of the steamer for redress of referred print papers
:1 approved August tenth. eighteen hundred I the "Spoils" in Florida seem to have been Jltt mora, at St. Mary's, on Monday last the meeting to be for the purpose of leave grievances ,beg Bonn submitted the following
.. : and forty six, be, and the i is unfortunate in their efforts report:-
'j same hereby, to find suitable of electing a Superintendent of the Fire Department which was received,
apoplexy. His remains buried That have Ordnance
t i : revived and continued in force for the fiscal I were at they maturely considered
.,1.1" '. year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen persons hi the localities where the impor. St. Mary's, by the Masonic Fraternity, of F. C. Barrett nominated Capt. the matters and things set forth in said and una adopted : .
!;I_ hundred and four. taut offices are situated to take them in and Be it Orcained by the Town Council of
which Barbee which examined
fifty Society he was a member. Joseph A. nomination being petition, the premises
.' be charge: whilst the medical faculty from therein referred and the Town of Jacksonville, That so muchof
SEC 9. And it further enacted That seconded wal to, have come to the
1.,;) ,: the Secretary u f ibe,Treasury be, and he i is abroad have been particularly fortunate in % 1M. CARR LANE, the Governor of 'New unanimously concurred following cenclusions,which they respect. section 27 of Tow ,' 1 6

; ", t hereby,.,authorized to purchase at the cur being called! upon to attend to Uncle Sam's Mexico, who has acquired a sudden notoriety in.The. fully sudmit for the consideration of this a it relates t retailers of spiritous liquors,

g rent market ;prICe any of the outstanding affairs. Of the fact that Florida is not only by his Mecilla Valley Proclamation, is Chairman suggested the proprietyof Council : They are of opinion that under be, and the same is hereby amended, by
ki locks of the United
I I I most advKbe| irom any surblus as he may funds think in "an extensive11 but al&o a healthy countrywe said to be a Marylander, (not an Indianaianby providing for a Superintendent in cases the Constitution of this State, this Council making the town instead tax oneha1ctheStt

tbe treasury : Provided that the balance in are constantly having additional ev birth ) It is the other Governor'Lane- of the absence of' the elect at fire, by cannot appropriate the private propertyof tax thereon, amout

k .r the treasury shall'not at any time be reduced idences. he of Oregon-who id the real Hoosier. means of the several members of the individuals to public uses without making fied in said section 27. '
-below six .millions of dollars. them a fair compensation therefor.- Bills of B. F. Townsend, of.6 fo

j SEC. 10. And bt further enacted, That the Another Fire-Almost. THE BONAPARTE FAMILY.-The; Emperorof Board drawing numbers from 2 upwards That in all such cases the charter of this I labor and materials on bridge Fonp

.-..." Secretary the Tieasury is hereby author France has extended an invitation to the corresponding with the number of Fire Corporation prescribes the mode and man- street; of Moody & Boulter, of$

, I At, ized and required to establish in the city of A pile of slabs in the rear of Moody & Bonaparte family, of Baltimore city, to paya Wardens-the Superintendent numberingas ner of proceeding in the assessment; of lumbr;. of Ambler &Hoeg, of$10 fo

:.i ", NeW' York-aii office JOT the receipt and for Booker's mill was discovered to be on fire visit to the Imperial dominions. Young; 1. This suggestion concurredin such compensation due to persons whose ; and of W. S. Donaldson, $.5,
b. the melting, refining, parting, aim assaying about 8 o'clock on Wednesday night of last is for labor and materials on bridge .
: Jerome Bonaparte, who now belongs to the property appropriated, which is
:4 of awl- silver the
/ bullion
... goid and foreign com, week. The h'gh: : wind prevailing at the following gentlemen drew numbers be done street, were ordered to by the
U. S. to by in b
has a Jury
-U .v .and for ca.tlllphe, came mto bats: ingoto, or Army, obtained an absence of six follows men p
I 4ises. Tbe Assistant Treasurer of' the (United : lime together with the dryness and quantityof months and will soon leave for France. He as : case the parties cannot agree upon the Treasurer. '

State ill New York shall be treasurer slabs, rendered every exertion necessaryto is a grandson of the brother of Napoleon S. Buffington, 2 ; F. C. Barrett, 3; J. amount. Your Committee find that in Onmotion of Co\cima' J. Clark, it

II' -of th* said a.y office, and the Secretary oi I stay the progress of the devouring elements the First. H. H. Bours, 4; E. A. Oak, 5j; A. M. this case no such proceeding was had,and was
the shall Resolved That the words "after they _
with _
'F Treasury the
approbati nand that has been ,
no compensation allowed
and prevent the destruction of the Reed ; N. Willfams
6jfS. 7 A.
A. Ca-
consent of the President of the Unite ; have been in ,the resolution /
AMOS HOLUDAT died said petitioner the lands approved,
;. btates; such mill. Many of our citizens however disregarding at Wayland, Steu- 8 W. {9) J. appropriatedby .
4 .1 ,appoint other officers and clerks, nova, ; Alsop, ; Livingston, 10. the Ordinance relative to printing proceedingsbe stricken -
-and all ben county, N. Y., on the 9th April aged complained of, whith,
authorize the employment of such private considerations of ,
A asAifttauU Ou motion Mr. Canova and that be published
meetingthen in the opinion of the Commhtee is | out, they
: in
z workmen and 106 He not .
'servants as shall be health and comfort, labored assiduouslyand years. was a revolutionary soldier,
for adjourned till the'6th in st. at 7 accordance with the Constitution of this soon as practicable after each ajo-ret.
' necessary the conduct I }
! ; proper and munagemeot untiringly until 3 o'clock the and served at the battles of Bunker Hill, further b
t : -.. of the raid office, and of the business fallowing o'clock, P.M. State, or with.the Charter by which we There being no lfon
which time had succeededin Flatbush, Yorktown, and at the taking of the Council it
J2 !rt&winlC thereto, ut men .compensa.ton morning, by they J. H. H. BOURS Ch'n. are governed.Your adjourned.
a- :' .' asftbail'be approved by tbe President: subduing the fire and placing the mill Cornwallis. F. C. BARRETT, Sec'y. Committee further report that,in G.C.PowERsdJJ ''

k ,-: Provided-That toe same shah not exceed beyond the _reach of danger. IMPORTANT DECISION. The Supreme Court this instance, inasmuch as the petitionerhas \
allowed fur
i LAid corresponding services un4er STILL ANOTHER.-An out house on Burlington FRIDAY already laid out and established Qg-GEORGIS STONE presents aU nan sM
l. I laws relating to the mint of of the United States has recently decided, May 6. a .
r United exiting Stales> and its branches. the Plantation containing$ many farming: says the New Orleans Picayune, that undera : The board of Fire Wardens met pursuant I street sixty feet in width, extending from candidate for CLERK OF TUB CIRCUIT

: 'For the eontiflgenf'expenses of the Terri- utensils was totally destroyed by fire on marine policy, insuring against the usual to adjournment.On Bay' street to the river, parallel with the COURT,at the OcobrleUon. *,at' tbe let \

: : tory:1nctaaing. salary cf a clerk/ of theij Thursday night of last week.I6JTbe'tri peril,including barratry, the underwritersare I motion by Col. Buffington, a commit. one sought to be opened by said, Ordin- ._InerUriends_ 'AF'\
&i Executive Department, hundred ance, and within a short distance, reof, .
Jiltee.lt del'Urs tee was the
: not liable to the insured appointed by Chair, consisting
? to bt pain out pi aiiy money in the Ueaaory 1 of STEVENS the murderof repay damages : the convenience of, the public has been MED'jOAL "
? i r' .: aOtOtteerWseapprupriateiJ./ 'young STEWART ,of Alachua county, paid by,him ,to the, ow'nerl'. another.. vessel of Messrs! Buffington, Barrett and Canova Ito amply provided for, and that, therefore, .toT .r

Approved March 3, 1853.I and cargo, which have suffered in a collision draft and report at an adjourned meeting
came off; at Newnansville last week before no necessity exists for the opening of another
ij = his honor' Judge FORWARD, and resulted i in occasioned by the negligence of the master! a code, of by 'Laws' for the government of r rthi -street through the petitioner's lands,,p Offers rDDOOR'W to 'the eUiitBJ e

!I )f1Jlrzsnnm: OVA NATIONAL "Iur.A. ." bis conviction: 'of manslaughter. He was mariners of 'the vessel insured-thus' reversing Board.- On motion the Chairman was lying East.of,the Iron Foundry of Messrs. I Jacksonville Duval County., -1! -

' ; Kentucky KJiturtluows this "brick" at sentenced to six months imprisonment ando previous decision of Judge, Story. added to ibe ,commiltes. Mooney &; Gookin. OJe.'lf: te an.n.l.1l *&' B*H. ,
'' After which: .n..raoliori In consideration of all 'which p2I
by Capt. Barbee, ,
'somebody. : .. ,. pay a fine olive bund red.! dollars. 'Messrs.! NOMINATI&N IN ALABAMA.-The Democratic your ,
Committee feel bound
; i the meeting adjourned till Tuesday evening : .to recommend the
"We informed tbai'ia several parts of SAHOBMOK, PIDEX, and ,CALL :,conducted State> Convention, which met at Montgomery repeal of the Ordinance : NEW GOODS. '
I ,.nhis.Congressional District, Col. bam I Pike ) next, at o'clock, P. 1\1. complained of by .
'of Ibe Flag awl, '(former/! tois 'city,'.has the prosecution. and ,!tI". WHITESMITH, of Monday last, nominated 'on;.,the ]3. ,Hi ,H.-.BOURS,'Chairman. naid petitioner, and report the following I11tE SUBSCRIBER Is low opening Us&" i

} :b t'n 'livcJl1 bJy' .oke l of for Congress. Columbia i cour.ty.,,and OWENS of Savannah seventhballotingi., .. A. Winston, of Sumter ,fI F. C. '.B&aari-, Secreltzry.. Ordinance for the adoption this Coun .u. meretoekofGoodaeompr1ai.g&P'assortuient of Dry Goods. Readrmtde Octrois;.

..Pike's qualification paironJjm are 111gb- the defence. .. county,.as-.their' candidate! 'for.Govcrn. r. cil. H.E.W.CLARK,Ch'n. Hard, hollow,tin sad:.wm..WaCI.;
L ',1\j cbouacitdrd i iii some'plJ ceL Our p'er.ou.' The salaries 1 of the New Haven clergy W..D. WARD Hats,.Boots and Shoes, lorl.d.
, ;*J,rtjird. Tor hlm'is exUiisive: IIi lo bit legisIali Proceedings of Railroad meetings at ,Mad WHAT RAILROAD lnicr.-Th&; : Pitts.kurgGazettesays men have been advanced.. CALVIN OAK .] ," .
quaiificAtionue: /kfipwr. o tblllg.b. t leon' and 'Ocala, are, necessarily excluded, ,"t the' dry goods and 'hardware ? Were they on a strike1- -Mirror. J D CLARK .OUrd BrJdn choice'brdie -

.-;"ll'iin. ( Ki forbiapjtronisrn.lrii;.,! tin'- orthnoouut;,' when. we,'jio faIL, &t li&w,: from,our- columhslbJs, ,week,. suffice li, to'say jobbers of.,that. city have .increased'I. rail'rh''e eYll-: True,aKrays Democrat.>triking"'at". the. -root: 'of r J. II..H. BOURS, Muscat common Wines Whiskey; Hams;: Port.baton sides;, Na,: ,

,1Jt W atl&Vi: kindly utnde4. a. .r arlU that these meetings, ; iwere: ;well attended,and .beir.N.lesthi! spring 25 to 50 per: cent on ': 'Reason \yh-.theyaro anxious', 'Street'Com mittecs.I' Lard-M ckerel;- Lo Crh and Brows I \ '

G':iA ti him itp. e.Aa4yI'! : .' appear to have been' decidedly;"llz'/,oady.i. .', former averages,-which is attributed to their' a I goodly portion'of it.;':'JV:'01;.'Pic.; secure t ..De.iOfJ ined by 'the'Inten nt andCouncilmen {rVlaind an.; Teas. ; Rio barrels, Shoi,.I-eia 1* >*lJ.tr b b

e (,.L' -- .: __-. -. I i.GovBsboMcwas'&raong; : .!( the' speakers. : at railroad 'connections. ,' of the Town of Jacksonville Cheese; llo&Br b1t Crken wW.
r ->i?" Tbff iIOJl'fravelltru11 that a-jentlt. I. Madison .meeting.. ; t' The second nuptials tbe widow Canter That the Ordinance for'tl laying out andope.ning &ole! & his. friends which sad he...
Mr. showing .
to Frederick
,itat chronicled. Rush,; were fortunately a'new street,. thirty feet in width, tae .

to be : /" ,turned but to be poor, Dn.:Jori* C. CALHOVX this State, >JB ,the\TremontHol! ,Boston,, between5the; 1 When. ;Cupid, did. this maiden' 'banter/ through the lands of Mrs. Maria Doggett, MajT, 1853. JASL:. :.A

T..".'#,mjkceiibuuidrrd-d jlarj. in.'dt.v.wtatlt ) : ?*JIiM' ed'JaJien} j appointed! Secretary mn who went to Washington, "after 'nothing On Uvmen's courie to take a brash on the Eastern side of' the Iron:Foundryof .. _" .
I : rbrJM> to liqdidetrl ''She,:as. of Legation\to'ei bec.flalc..or Spain. At fira'i be went It with a Canter; : Messrs. G okin Something tovooIou.TUS1 : ;
_ : ," and jgof it and !the' roan! :who 'went But now she it with Mooney! ;. extending! ; .
"* cred iu ,; "Irt'wrvrf, that the'debt was 1 'I) P. t&t.: r rt:; .' 'there afte'r wmeihlng'wandj I didn'tget i it'.. :. frpraJBay' street. ;to'.th Wer: St.,Johns, iJ gsb
traded/ K #"J
: CJd'vhiefi torn.m $
she 9j ,
dry bought to .. .
J I; ". The.New,York city Council; bare, adopted, tho' fourth! jday.iof f..Februa' SU Juleu CUr U E \ .' 5b17
I ,9 4ifs.eJiun, Tfcii.k fish ( nce ts'session iin this. Both j appro* ipa ; : r. Jec st ,
*< fir a paying, or .... plaoe.on jbr fourth, ,)1'1"apparently;!in excellent;epiritl Wine" Od t'
priated $1000 for the laitbe an&tbe M&er "Ol
-*tU iU'ok-ftifctt'frUch'tltji' "c' V : relief of the;,Mexican' rne( -heeby repealed;
canrhu : : > ltJtl4'1 the pr !tl niinohlhl'lH* :"tJA { -' soestbPot.! 'v : -.,'> p.i:; -f.-sn : 'Aofwhi'rof.m'a"b.Je'
: I
f fnwolf *, ., oJ.. ,S. watyolunteersfrontthat'city..r-" -* and tho sudkitreetr far.uthc ; A '
:):! Ji, { I ; r1i.Lo4j : ; IJ? it ': s5f'! '' ".- '- .' '"M 't >:'."1-! 3.1 I j ;:I--:! *"', ;. i.'fc;, :. ,> :( '; ;j I. -. ," \mo.Fa! ; :
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for May,' Also a beautiful assortment of, letterpaper LIVER COMPLAINT'CONSTIPATIONand The r J" i, Importers and Wholesale l ;I LKMOM STRPT, Iubalfpipestqustsr.a4(
CAROLINA will leave iir"orf
up do. note do-wit.h Envelope to rait DEBILITY raring after JIATDSE'S own Charleston erarr and Domestic barrels, krg% art iaJtoxMefa fern wofcv I t-
Saturday at a P. M. ,
bridal bounds. Call Returnlngwifl
Itsel pans drawing paper .n oD.b1.1'f&1'111IE's OWN' AOENT,the GASTRIC leT'PA. Goods.CHARLESTON L'QOr Crils JamaleaMBiJsIeEdedd0d.-_, T
Monday 7 VStoc'ofSprg :
., enf'1 StfCaw M
sM utAine'the .b n.at' A..M.
Po1t & nufatlrJ'l kalf.
DRUG STORE JUICE. Pamphlets containing Scientific evidence A. M., and at 3 I Sardines,in whole and qwts?. J -
PAYNE'S of )
'may! 12. No 1, Byrnes Building. ee of the'advertisement.its value, famished by Agentsft gtI The JacboDi. T.lI ley. Very ;J Eom AiLiaUBio ftep, LmonSyp ol.por'"I: csIster..LbsUrsMa. xertlSalmott_ t aa4* C .
.... sp2.ly4fk Tuesday at 3 P. M.: Returning,will leave Pa.atka. % ; 1E011. ; -
tki article East India Pmemd GIDViLbE2aIrIIPIsreeseb.
) > A. foBowixf tefttdk they art .
M. Black I
gelled PropoaslsWTILL 3 P. Thar..y.O o'clo ; Creek astBay. to tea tn Cirjr and Omatrf_ : [ ., : -'- .>: ,!
;4 o'clock;A.ML p ffice, .rJ
the undersign until JaeklODi. Frday S box l .
be>> received by These French chK1iUI37, ia *_** -
TT FRIDAY, the IWi inst., for: building aBKICKPOWDElt \)\\ fiT Stages of a..mers eonnec aUth., interior i (8 C.ffTHE COCSAC t -'C -
th. follow.ing connect ways UI"-1J.
MAGAZINE. of : Forida DPI..J. 1.Rou"
: \ bot innsi.C11.ssWS '
; with the New Pinet., & tl.DI. ,
dimensions,' rlsr-Tenn fed.pi&re, Walls roads and the .talbJ. ._ Ra. Subscriber often for sale a well-selected dard & &.. Lenr C. H.nD y ft Co., w> ._ "- ,"u'a. : ', .. .
right feet high and eight inches thick, with Tin Page from Charleston to i- assortment. 'of t.h. above Goods,specially J. t F. ; O D in D c I t1funJtc..0 .. ; .
roof and IroD doer. GROCERIES ( Jacksonville adapted to the will Mal brd .Pi. c I"t
|8 Charleston to Palatka, | Sut.htI'D trade, which be sold pipes, quarter and eighth
J.lI; H. HOUR ) i bxes
at e& ,
J For thf lowest *< t
further apply to aos. each Sa' &LC'. S. .spr.
Committee. H
S. N. WILLIAM ,> 'OF putcal..r d,
fcufthra.thohfttA '
in 1311
CALVIN OAK > CALDWELL Carletn. in a AIUICA Loaf, b box .
:. .
., haf quarter and eighth -' aWMX..t.
1S53.DL1UGSrO1E '
J&eIOn'iUe.M..y..17th F. WPIVER&CDUNQtQ FNEGAN. R..A. pip. cu each.
I FRTNGLfi.. Do do' carrels.HOLLA.XD .' Do CmsbW.'ln **' '4i.T I
JabOTi. ;
FOlio SALE. R. R. REiD. 'n .30 Ea Bay Sut of the Post Office, GIN-Pine Apple; Anchor, Colon* Do i
Paath. Ground In
Feb. IOtf jan."m. 1.Cbale.t.oD., 3 .C. and CloverLeaf Brands. .1 or Pnle k: .a" '
liE Undersigned\ offers for sale his stocks orDRU6S'M.tmIC WHISIST.Irish and Scotch. Do Stem .ia; 449 Jte. \ .

T fresh and well selected and SS there, \0.are The no stock unsaleable is- Opposition Line, carryingthe mICE VEADER D D Mononlaela O Pttbq 1st and. 2 quaty. ,each Almonds bard, b Bde lad. "..m' faad '

eoods In'the house The stand is the best in .be. .
town, and must command the large portion of U. S. Mail, 147, D ,.Baltimore, Western' Rye New. .sbout23lbs.each., Castle of wrptrSor qaalttj, S'WXM* .jrf. .
th* transient trade, apart from the liberal patronage ,Bar Orleans TtCtifi.d.iltvxOldiamaica a .* i' 1J1,, .
BEEn No.:1.
already confined upon the undersigned.My Itreet SaTDnah Crobc,..New Orleans JatD"* !
Palatka Fla. and Savannah St ,
reasons for offering the Stock for sale is that Qa., AT.a .flat and isw England i Corks; Wla*,'f bate,aa 4bsp7; 4Ctah
I bare other business to attend to at distance (INSIDE 'ALL THE WAY) CWTI1CASSIMERES 8 > PKACB BRANDT-Old North Carolina and u .r ))W 4

and cannot 'do justice to both The town is ViaPicdala. and fachonville .ND'.VESTINGS ginia. ,. vU I emmoD Bottle. ,bsg,,. T p. 'ur t

growing so rapidly that the business must increase. J7a., and Blac. Cretl, Brnickl and Datien -, Whfch they are pprd in APL. BUIT-New Jersey and. NO Ca D.JqudTap..rv tDeaobB. ,," 6.4aadfgrrVinegar. .
in this
To one wi.hing0 engage .
any the
> bes manner. WhH Wis b
Ga. -/
Perfect4 Love Annisett qiuctotnalUM
business a rear opportunity now offered- Azy.omm.afcadonwiil < COJIIAu'N01ean. Do, Cider.rAppleIa.barrsIs.., ...
meet withpronipt attention. gr? THE STEAM: PACKET Ready-made Clothing. Ro Cinnamon and Pepprint SE AA Urge asoHmn .f RI'.- n4sV' < :

Ha. JOHN M.1853.GEO.W.CALL PAYNE.Ysckaon'rille y.'SfZBk.WrfL.. ., Captain N. 4' I g Stock of FINE Clothing, of good materials WINuMadeif.., Jadin.in 1 Goron Cosat.1, ConlacloD.! fcllantropa Wasaingtacu-aad'ocher .
.. May 12th KING, le..vs Monday well made. brands of direct1mpscta1.n.; 'AIa.74.rIdasHavauaCber.otsaadCubaSine t
at 8 PA..tt.eef'1 morning an. Port, Page's, Key and other choice brands.. .
WiUal. variety ofFANCY ARTICLES, pale, Daff Gordon & Benitau and ,t :
.Arrives at Jacksonville same evening and ,Cane, Um'.rell. Sblrl'nt. Sber C. TOBACCO-P. Robinson' Hvney -

\ leaves Tuesday morning at. 3 Q'clok.. touching Stok Scarfs. &0. of whch wi Do do brand., ., Dw. 4 Ib.plngsIuwhoIi. el1t. *f J ,
r .
OO tI'mQlit 3JACKSONVILLE \ at all the intermediate places as above. the LOWEST PRICES. Do Tenerife, Ventoso's London Particular and eah i --' :
FLA. Through Fare from Pal..tt Picolata, and Savannah, March 4t.h..1853. 10-ly Cargo do. Hol azid-Ra4Inkep abovt' 90of
Black Creek, "*
f 8 Do Sicily Madeira, quarter cask '
mrSl STATE OP FLORIDA. Through Fare from Jackonve, 60 0 WM. R. SYMONS D Maag dry and IWe.in 4 and r cab. 4 lb.Do AVord'i' Premiom TobMoo.-'la" ij's.'saa. .
ICE ICE !II! ICE !II! I PROPOSED AMENDMENTS THE CONSTITUTION steamship 03-N. B. The State of. Georgia connects, for with Philadelphia. the-I DRAPER AND TAILOR, Do Scotch and East-Byass'India quart, quarts and pints.& pints. Do El Do. In bezel 4 to 41 Ibs. aaeh- 4

-g a g\ TONS just received from Boston and OF SAID STATE CHAMPAGNE CIDER-Boxes,one dozen eah And a vr.t1 0 ohe brd ia 5'.8*.aa.
JLVr for sale by'the subscribers. Adopted by the sixth General Assembly. AOENTS. AND DEALER IN Do do Casks, three and six dozen each. | lb. : ""} '. ,

Orders from the country carefully and promptly [No. 1.] K. R. DUKE, Palatka. WINK BITTSRS-Boxes, one dozen each, and ondraught. 4 and Smoking 8 Tobacco h 8X"of I and. 8 dosaa 4 .
& CO. !

attended Jacksonville to May 5, 1853. AN Twenty.ACT to Third alter Clauses and amend of the the Fourteenth Third Article and, Feb. 24-tf S. M. LFFI'EAU&CO.J"cksnyme., SaYDna. NO. 17 WHITTAKER STREET Claret Cordials .ortd., do do do.do. hampers Wine ,Bt.t..FrnD.and- .German-..*'' Patt1. .. .

and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of SAVANNAH GA. Madeira do do. J'lb-Quar pint sndba1fiInts.
New Groceries and Provisions, the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this United States Line Port do do.Sberl' Dmiohn..I.2 S-and J gaIous. .' .
Barrels Genesee Flour State. Jai Gloves, Suspender?, Shirt,and Gentlemen's do do. Pel..1

..no. 20 Half barrels Genesee Flour SEC. 1. Be it enacted bv the Senate and lions BETWEEN Punishing articles generally.. in ba.sket.one doien each, quart Pickles and *>d..ql..* ,

23 Bbls Baltimore Flour of Reprttentatwtt of the State of Florida in General Palatka, Fla., and Ga, jan27-ly and pintFlag. Bouche, TEAHYSD.-Ipra and Blask.BountT .' '
1000) Lbs Bacon Sides :Assembly convened, 1 hat the fourteenth INSIDE ALL Savaa and brnds. .. a ., ..
1000 Lbs Bacon Shoulders Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of ( BUTTERJND CHEESE EMPORIUM The above comprise some of the finest Wines ,
2 Bbls Leaf Lard this State be so altered and amended as to, readas Via Picohta Black Creek and Jacksonville imported. "- -.j -. .- -ii

3 Casks choice Hams follows,viz: "There sha.ll be a Secretary of Fla., and St. JUartfs, Brunswick, and BY -
10 Bbls New Mess Pork State elected by the qualified voters of this State Darien, New Spring Goods. Land and General :
6 Kegs Orange Co Butter on the first Monday in October, in the year 1836 Agency, ,
4 Half his F. M. Beef who shall continue in office during the term of I ff Ga.THE STEAM PACKET WM. THE undersigned has just received by.t.eame I WasbUstbn, D.: C. '. ., I
6 Bags Rio Coffee four years; and he shall keep a fair register of the ,Capt.T.E.SHAW, !al from New York J OSKPU T. WALR-wfl give nromut I.
6 Bbls Pilot Bread official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and leaves A Large Stock of Spring and Summer and'efficient attention '*'theBO .
shall when Pala.tk every Thursday morning at 8 LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers
8 Case Claret required,lay jhe same,and all papers, o'clock. Goods engaged ,
1 Cask London Porter : minutes and vouchers relative thereto, before the DELR in th FLORIDA WAS, or in .it.of the LIDIA* 4
1 Cask Scotch Ale j General Assembly, and shall perform such other leaves Arrives on Friday at Jacksonville morning at same 3 o'clock evenings and BUTTER CHEESE, which he now offers to the public at very low WAS in which the U. StAt hae been ennced.
5 Boxes Candy duties as may be required of bim by law: Pro at. all the intermediate above.CCJN. ,.touching AND prices for cash. The Assortment is complete in or the War with of 1SU;-
6 Boxes Candles f vided, That the term of office of the Secretary of points as DIECT FROlf every variety of style and fashion. claims on the U.States for .Mn.nuT ,

250 Lbs Codfish State to be elected under this amended Constitu- ] B The new steamer GOSHEN NEW YORK. Among the many articles may be found- SUPPLIES, Pisstois,LOST .JOPT.b.Z and & .
4 Bbls Sugar tion, shall not commence until the term of office "St. John Domestic and English Prints; Do Ginghams; any description of bline.rm A.n'o '
1 Bbl Pickles of the officer now elected shall expire. jan27-ly Printed Muslins and Lawns. from 10 cti. to Attorney Washington. I
' 1 Bbl Mackerel SEC. 2. Be it further enacted. That the twenty- now nearly finished, will be put. on the line. so cts. per yard; Wnrrat his charge will be if' "InotbegeasM

2 Half bUs Mackerel third Clause of the third Article ofthe Constitution The Steamer William Gaston connect Fig'd and Plain Berages; Silk Tissues; charge will be proprone to the nature aad .
2000 Choice Sejrars of this State be so altered and amended as with the New York Steamer every Satur MOOIIE I AND II llE1IilICSOL K Tarltens, Swiss, Mull, Jaconets, plain and difficulty of the *j
1 Bbl Burning Fluid to read as follows viz: A State Treasurer and cbe-ked; He will also act. in connection "U1 AI'e
1 Bbl prime Old Whiskey Comptroller of lublic Accounts shall be elected day.Through Fare from Pala.tka Picolata, and WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS French Cambrics, plaid and plain; Attorneys Florid who.may b' li
1 Bbl Sperm Oil by the qualified electors of this State on the first Back Creek, $8 0 Changeable Summer Silks, from S7J e. to $1; bounty Land chums, tr.whichmay '.
Whole, half and quarter boxes Raisins Nuts, Monday in October in the year 1856, and every Fare from Jacksonville, 60 AND DEALERS IN Wide lack! Silks; Florence and Marceline be agreed upon. Letter (whcb H
Maccaroni. Vinegar, Mustard, Congress Water, two years thereafter. AGE 1TS. ; post paid] will receive immediate aotOD *
Tobacco,Alcohol, &e. &c. &c. Just received per SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That the thirteenth -I A. E. HERTZ, Palatka. PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, cc. A very fine lot of Embroidered Swiss Shawls; June 6,_Iawt ... -- ,

brigs Susan and, Louisa, and for sale by Claus ofthe fifth Article ofthc Constitu'l BISBEE & CO., Jacksonville. MUSTARD, SPICES, & SNUFF, A few rich embroidered and plain Canton Crap '
May* lt&. F. WAVER & CO. tion of this State be so altered and as CLAGIIORN & CO., Savannah. PERFUMERY. BRUSHES &c. Shawls; J. B 0. McOUOB :
to read as follows viz i The Clerk of the Supreme Feb. 24t White Lace Mantillas, &c; '
AND LOTS FOu. SALE-in the Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery, -_ AND LAXDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS, A choice lot of embroidered Goods, Pointed! W '.CITY ru. C.

HOUSE Jacksonville, situated immediately shall be elected by the qualified electors of this FOR PHILADELPHIA GIBBON'S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH, GA. Cola.r j Practices in the Cu of tetDr.t and '
on the bank of the St. Johns river apply to :state, on the first Monday in October the year Do. ., Chimcscttes, Undersleeves for Plo '
apr2l JAMES L1VI S10N. 1856 and every four years thereafter, and the jan27.6m Cuffs, &c.; Bounty Land, Lost Horses lie., >, -
Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by United States Mail Line. The latest fashion of Ladies' Hats,at very low lit. By a late act of Congress. aM wiilotn

Piano-Forte for Salt the qualified electors, in such manne as is now. H An 1) W A R E 7 prices; :revolutionary Soldiers are entitled to Pension&o -
or may hereafter be prescribed by law. and Savannah Steam Misses and Ladies'Ft.Rich ; 2.The widows of officers and of tb t I
A VERY FINE PIANO-FORTE is offeredfor SEC. 4. Be it farther tnarttd. That the sixteenth Philadelphia Navigation I HAVE on hand and am constantly receiving Bonnet Linings; War, War with Mexico, and the Florida : I.
sale on very reasonable terms. It can Clause ofthe fifth Article of the Constitution -: Company. 1 full supply of Hardware ; consisting of Ladies and Misses' Hipper, Ties, Gaiters, War, are entitled to Pen.io.i
be seen at the Bttffington House. Fot particulars of this State be, and the same is hereby so "MiE new and splendid side- Cuter.Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws Cross Cut Boots and Bootees; were killed in "me. d.d t.heiJ&Ulwc .
inquire of Col.. S.: Bumngton. or altered and amended as to read as follows, viz : / I .U wheel steamship Ho Chains, Nails, Axes,Blacksmith and ton GENTLEJJKX ed while in amc. eat. .
'r' GEO. F. SKIFF. There shall be an Attorney General for the State, ______ $TATE OF GEORGIA," Carpenters' TqoI and all other articles usually A fine assortment of Readr-made Cloth 3d. All widows have received five .w

apZUs wh6 shall reside at the seat of Government ; it 1,20C tons regisier,Capt. W LTER COLLINS' kept in my lne business.C. ing. Pant very Coats Vests of every style, quality, pennon are entitled t a renewal. their Pea t
shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the will leave Savannah as follows: HOPKINS Agent.No. and fashion a beautiful style of sions. ., I
Regularly for Lake Blonroe. General Assembly, and upon the passage of any Wednesday,February Wednesday,M..y4. 177 Congress St., Savannah, Ga. for gentlemen; ; also a superior qualty of French These can be obti.inedby, addressing. as above.

THE steamer SARAH SPALD- act, to draft and submit to tie General Assembly, March 9. May 18. jan27-ly Boots and Gaiters; Shirts, DrawersVrppr post paid-_" _.'eb u ,
,_ been by Dr. at the tame session, all necessary forms of pro March 23. I June I. Collars, Crants.&c. '
ING.having purchased Cloths el
ceedings under such laws which when 6. I June 15. JNO. COOPER CO. Circuit Court, Eastern Clrewlt of
A.S.Sr-EER,has resumed her regular approved April ings, always on hand. Ao Tailoring done to "lad f
da, Daval
trips from Jacksonville to Lake \Ionroe-touch. i shall be published therewith and he shall per- I April 20 June 29. order on short notice. County.
ing: at the intermediate land-ngs. form such other duties as may be prescribed by This Ship has been built with the strictest regard WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DULIR r flanters wishing to make large bills can do as Samuel Bryant,

the will leave Jacksonville. every Saturdry law; he shall be elected bv the qualified electoisof to the safety and comfort of her passengers, Books Stationery well at. this store a any other In the :onhernStates. vs.
morning at 8 o'clock; arriviug at. Palatka same this:State; on the first Monday of October, in and her accommodations unsurpassed by any Joseph S. Baker, Sarah R.}InChaaoerr/, ,
evening. he year l 1t.J6.! and every four years thereafter steamship on the coast. CORNER WHITAKER ST. JULIAN 8T&, A large lot of Negro's Wear constantly on Baker, his wife, Calvin I -, :
at 7 but may be removed by the Governor, on the ad- A in hand. and other s<' .4
Lest Palatka every Monday morning new steamship now building respect No. 0 Waring' Range, I Bran
o'clock, for Enterprise ; arriving at Enterprise dress two-thirds of the two Houses of the General equal to the "State of Georgia,"ever : I The public are solicited to call and examine having been made to appear by affidavit that ,
the same night. Assembly, and "hall receive for his services her place in the line during the month of June SAVANNAH.JNO. Hood Prices, a they will find it to. their in.tereit. IT J oseph S. Baker and Sarah R.,his wife,two j .
The Sarah Scalding carries the U. S. Mail a compensation to be fixed by law: Pnrided. next. and will, with the "State of Georga," H COOPER WX. A. OLCOTT, B. KNAPP. purchase at this store-every article being ofthe defendants in this cause, reside 1'00 the t
from Palatka to Enterprise. She will be so overhauled That the term of office of the Attorney General make a weekly line, leaving each place "' sold cheap for cash. lmit of this State and in the StAt. .
as to be in excellent condition for the to be elected under this amended Constitution nesday. Printing and B indng-tcued; with L. B. AMERMAN, O of R. Dr Solicitor Gtr .
service, and the accommodation of passengers shall not commence until the term of office of the Cabin Passage from Savannah to Philadelphia witness despatch. No. 2 Byrne's Block corner N nan and at, it is be fep .,
officer now elected shall expire. .
BISBEE & CANO'A.April $25 newspaper published in thin circuit, the .
2S-tf. Agents. SEC. 5. Be it further enacted That said elections Cabin passage from Sav. to New York, 2 Foreign Books imported to order at N. Y.prices. Bay said Joseph S.Baker and Sarah R.nut, '

shall be conducted and the returns thereof 'Steeraee. Feb 10-tf _ April 1,18. appear and answer the said complainant's ..
JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ made ;n the manner now j'rescribed. or which C.:A. L. LAMAR, Agent in S..vnna. within four months; otherwise bi sh.H :
hereafter be the election
may HERON & MARTIN, v COOPMAN'S Baking E.tbUehmclt. taken pro against' J -
and Tailor of member to Congress from this State ; Agent in Philadelphia. Woodman'sCherry COOPMAN continues supplythe order be cone aforesaid once"a week con .. 4 i
t pabl.bed.
Draper and it. shall be the duty of the Governor to issue Feb. 24-tf H"ENRY people of Jacksonville with roa .- j.
F. commissions, under the seal of the State, to the Expectorant, secutvel1 % 'A FORWARTVJadge.k '
JACKSONVILLE persons receiving the highest. number of votes for NEW YORKPACKET THE CURE. OF GOOD BREAD, JacksonviUe.2Sth March,ISSsT. '*l-4m.; IllCoartofProbaU -'

JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ returns thanks the said several offices. FOR _FOB_ HASH._____. AND CASh ONLY. a_ .
Friends and the Public generally, SIXTH GESEBAL ASSEMBLY.-Passed the Houseof Consumption, Decline, Asthma, Bronchitu, n ----- 2 doors 'atCfcam I '
is situated Bay-street
for the liberal patronage he has received and Representatives the Constitutional majority, LINE Wasting of Flesh, Nigh Sweats, Spitting His the store old of\on%'m. Alsop (at ., I
th from corner
present M.
hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit January 3, 1853. Pawed the Senate by the of Blood, Whooping Difficulty of F. Waver &Co's.) where can be had at all times. State of Florida, > U1 esj.t I
a continuance of the same. Having just received Constitutional majority,J January, 1853. P4STRYofeverydescription. fernando CountyS. 9. ) '
a fine assortment goods, consisting of blue and i Breath;. Colds, Coughs Influenza, BREAD. C-KESaf A.Sutton and Washington T.Mayo,Hx. 1
black CLOTHS. of different qualities, black and OFFICE op SECRETARY OF STATE, ) Phtlnsic. Pain in the Side, the will find it eopvenienl John the Estate of Peter W. .4a
colored CAM1MERS, LINENS and DRILLSfor Capitol, Tallahassee, March 23, Id53. S The New and Regular line of Packets between And all Diseases of theChest Persons themselves from. country with these articles,fresh, al ceased, vs. Martha o C. Law,and others.Iw... j' ,'
pants. VEST1NGS: of: different paterns I,CHARLES W. DOWNING! Secretary of State New York, Jacksonville, and Palatka composedby and Lungs to supply Private families regularly supplied To Mrs Martha C. ",- of Pet W. S
TKIMINGS., &e., direct from the North, for the State of Florida, do hereby certify the schooner bis counter. ,
the new and fast-sailing This is the remedy so universally used and recommended heretofore.Parties Law, late of said oUty. ;deceased, .'a11 'f' 4,1
in town as
he is to execute nfl work entrusted foregoing to be a true and correct of the Grler, ROGERS Com'r '
; A.
prepared copy Joseph 20 the Medical Faculty where it has furnished can at all others .these
by pastry t
to his eare with despatch, and in workmanlike original on file in this office. Jf r.ry Oak, J6( tons1. S. ROGERS Com'r.wi introduced be accommodated wishing with promptness and on come CODce. pat[ n'a, .
!\uner. lie invites all to give him a call, on In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto ply regularly between the ports. been It contains no opium other dangerous ingredient reasonable times terms. Now know ye that yo.are hereby 114 -
Newnan .street, 2d door from Dr. Byrne's new affixed my mcaatnre and the Great Seal of Agent in New York, ., and is safe for the or. most delicate I take this opportunity of expressing my thanks ed to be and appear< before this & j
building assuring the publio that. his prices 7 the State of Plot ida. Done,at the Capitol, JOSEPH GRICE,Water. It is estimated tha, persons die annually for the liberal evidences of encouragement which list day of May next, to contest,1o, '3 4.
ball be moderate and all garments warranted to in the City ofTallahassee. on Monday, the Agents in Jacksonville, the United 15.C. consumption and 1 have while. respectfully the case may be, the proving oaiofth.lastwiIl .. 7 '
:. 23th day of March, A. D. 1353, and seven BISBEE & CANOVA. in Eberly Stats vast number of these asking ara rceive. .Cd feel warranted and testament 'of Peter W..Law, .aonevpa* r '
Professor says
fit.N.. B. Cutting and repairing at the shortest ty-seventh year of the Independence of the Agent in Palatk could be saved by the timely. use of some prompt in claiming for the bread which i offer qualities tively.me by,him, t.k said Layjsls ui* .
a otic* Fob. I0-Iy United States of America. DUE. We believe that a Medicine poss euiug unsurpassed in all the which go !illnets. ,- .
C. W. DOWNING All goods directed to will be promptly remedy.Real Merits, will effect cure wherever it is used, the. staff of life esnta, pure, and wholesome.I Given under mylud and 1''seal, ". .
Secretary of State.Spiritualist's forwarded. abroad. is no Paregoric will continue to use the best flour which,with no : I March. .
Charles De Waal Auctioneer home well as big aa o. t.b
& .- . ..E.J.XN1GUT.Jndge .-
September 4th, 1852. 2trJacksonvile preparation, but one_which .if used u,_m_ season_., personal experience in the art of Bakiujustiflesinc i Probates( )Htmando< i
JACKSONVILLE, E.F. Library. will save the lives of thousands. many vr.n&caSes in premising any customers uoou irvau, au o Coanly.Fla. .
Sale in any part of the County attended to, Foundry could be furnished but it is preferable that. march2tf HENRY COOPMAN I march 24 i -as.New : r
and respectfully IOUeit.eel.Nonmer Medicine should sell on its own ,

11th. 1852. tf a complete New .York.HAVE' ortment, of Books and any following is only one of thousands of testimonials 7. N tiee. Grocery and Provision' Sb I

His Auction Rooms and Store-ho are kepton 81 ,from welt known Phynciam. fflHE' SUBSCRIBERS, :, I
devoted to tie facts,philosophy, Bay Street,near the principal market; wherebe and advocacy of, Spiritualism, which they will I 9. THE undersigned, having the Hon.da.ap JL building on Hay St., formerly Op* _
keeps!'on band at. all seasons of the year, on supply in any quantity,and on the most. favorable subscribers, having made eensiy and Naw ORLEANS,April 182 d and. qualified. by of Hernando, and .p'.o invite.tbe attention. j}
the most reasonable terms, family Groceries and terms. We refer to the Spiritual Telegraph fora THE improvements in their establishment Dear Sin-The publio generally of Probates, for of the Estate of char thei and Kr Urea; p

'.Provisions. for cash or country produce. either 1W_of our Books, prices rate of postaee &o. are now prepared to furnish .Lungs.war,of under tie thousands the titles of of Remedie Sapari.llaa, State Daniel of Simmons FloridaAdwiflistrtor; deceased, late of said County,.Gree.PrOD. "0. : ':, ; '-.,.p .
Goods sent to Subscriber on Commission THE SPIRITUAL TELEGRAPH a Steam Engines of any required power, from I .. indebted said Estate :. '
for private or auction disposal, will be quickly weekly paper, devoted to the Elucidation ofpiritnr.1 one to one hundred horse; ., Flusters, LoimeDt &o.the, by way hereby notifies all and persons make immediate Flour. Fulton Marb'-B. u*
forward Mess
attended to and amount speedily forwarded.- Phenomena,and contains. ,a record ot to their mwspapin to come paymentand Corn .
Saw Mills .
Subscriber has been known In this community for the most interesting facts, &c. A very Interesting ; .' .. of anvertiseftientst My object In writing thisnote all those. having claims against the t ftic." .Pickled ShacVIff'Ch. -
Mills .
a number of year as auctioneer and otherwise. discussion of the facts and philosophy of the Horse Sugar Powers;' for publcation,is to induce the public. ,or .t present them. by the statute. ,or t.hey1t. be bard.. MackereL : I _
; afflicted, to. use one that eon- ", Choice :
H* offers no recommendations but desires that. Manifestations, is now in course of publication Grist Mills,and all other machinery pied 1 least real in Pulmonary Diiea .. U Fla..March 19.1353.31St Ruuin Ham *. ,.-;fD.. .
inquiries should bemad* regarding himself of between Dr. B. W. Richmond and S. B. BrittAn. this country.Iron tins articles u lam most 'a..i"("nnh tJ 1.I!
any Commercial House at toe place of his resi- All the back numbers can be furnished. Sub- and Brass Castings. conscious that in so doing, acting :- Administration Notice. 1 Powder.'w I
,a.n V CHARLES DxWAAL. seription price$1 50 per annum Specimen copies Steam Boat., Saw Mill, and other repairing, at unprofessionally, and, and derogatory the regular to the Practition. is hereby given that six weeki from Shot.."' C' u* .L ..a'Lad. .

sent FREB.The increasing. Interest, and rapid occurrenceof short notic.lAU be ers of SieDce. refer to Woodm' Cherry NOTICE shall apply to the Judge of Probateof Oils,' Sp b.-Wo t11.& f ':
New Spring Goods. Machinery purchased from ns wi is remedy that 1 Dnval county for letters of Administration on Dp S L'Tbelrstock '
facts, demand more space and additional services in any part of the by Expectorant, which .sient.io. any of the. Estates of Philip Smith, Aaron Tison, and se1lIOWFO&CA of good having been-pvrehaae 1 .1
and the Telegraph, (Volume II, to cornmenu have used with more snccel telua.resrpt.iona '
competent machinists, when. desired, and,upon Stratton, : '
John themselves thai ,
dead cash flatter
used b" for they theycanseI1themontirmwhich'wiUabitab
in May next,) will be greatly enlarged, reasonable terms. PhJlcians. M. D. 'March 31st., 1863. W. S. HARRIS;. '
after which the price will be TwoLollars.THE I Drawings and estimates furnished, without M' .
SHEK1NAH.Volume 11;is being issued _NOTICE., oct to buyers to purchse of tem -_:_ ., .
now in .tore. received. per recent ar charge. John Mayer, A.A. the
Lincoln a
HAVE and is devoted to mental and Spiritual W. having demands against r .f..WAVE..C.
Monthly MOONEY & GKIN 'SldbyW.
.. Co..J. B. Moore ';M. Tur- ALL of ;
facts and i C. ,or.JohD W
Very rich French Printed Muslins, Berages Science. It contains many important Slomons 1. Apothe- Po..erlt.e Clum-. .JakoaY.-NOY.I8 J "
Machinist Carter, "
Founder H.
Jas. -
of psychological laws on county,deceased, are pr ::. 11
D* Lames; Muslins, in solid colors; profound expositions an HalirU Savannah, and all Druggistseverywhere. ba the time prescribedby :,
French and Calicoes which they depend. Each number contains' at Jacksonville, March 1, 1853. .10-1 oarles' .them duly proven,within Dissolution o!GopartnenhJa. ;; '
Shirting and English Sheetings:! of ; quality and least 43 pages of original matter from the ablest .-' __- ,.-r. nfl "<'.....t i__nt.. law,or this. notice wi bepleadln_ L bar__H of h'payment _>-. ; :
every -
width contributors, and is embellished with ..a portrait, and Woollen andSteam ,OLlVEit,, A. BKAUU "u..l". ; and all prol ( I' i saia suw '' 1IlECOPARTEKSHWheretoIbTIiZlSttht '
; Cotton machinery Broadway, t
Iayuieut. the nndersitraed md > 4't
Lancaster steel, of some Spiritualist or Reformer. I arc requested JL between taejstvl*
'lB-, 11', 12-C Quilts. on Saw dills and Engines.nrtHE M.PAYNE nt., A.-J. T.Wlt1GIXTberiZ: '
Abo.large assortment. f Ready-made Clothlsgko&c..sllofwblcb Terms,$3 per annum. Jacksonville. ,,. ... Ex. Adm'r.Alligator. >fIIERNANDEZ&REYESI5'tb1daiolvedbymutui'eOn3ent.Tbi birdbeU'sttbi*- .'
The first volume of the Sbekinah iselegantlyprinted ESSEX ol
theywill sell at the CUMPANY.I4wINO.MA. ,
lowest market price and bound and its intrinsic merits and JL 8ACHURETTS, promptly orders March'31-ly .JaDur7tb.I83 In..m' be adjusted bTJo.V. H't.. m i
N. B. Store formerly oecopied by Messrs. artistic beauty entitle it to a', place in everyLibrary. for Cotton and woollen Machinery of all I-7NTLUE indebted.ar :I
.Moody It UonlUr. i Price in morocco, lettered and gilt., kinds,'and will contract for whole Mills from the .Duct 'Jo8i Aslmrst ; ti..t lme'. 'J OS. V,,HERNANDEZ, ,
,Juksouvw.April7th1853.i : '8mUsiw ., $3. in muslin $2 CO. .. water wheel or steam engine to the finishing ma D YSirm'c.te I:make probate 2'' -* HOMS'RBIE* I
A liberal discount made to the Trade.;,Addil chine. Bt.ea'Saw Mil for:gangs o single keep constant/oa.hand Medicines SIXTY ';eorge W. St.ewar tja ,
No .
Warehouse and PARTRIDGE ts saws. Machinist'. of every description. WILL the cure of all Chronic Dsues.' deceased, before the Jndg of 'pbat C THE SUBSCRIBER.will' .bast-" -
Agricultural: No. S Courtlandt.t.re&.le1 York Cars.,' Machine.of a. charge made examinations. and presorpt.loDI; lurabia county ; and hereby next: nHotTI.I.1:8a&.odad I I t ,
.' SEED STORE kinds on hand, either finished progress, and what Is of most impor..Jee.Jo kin to the that they may come forw..r a CDtl.utc: &. rp bsisiofee* w '
r ,RALPH & C.s sa FsUtoa U, V.'V.OFFEH. marl that orders can be filled in short notice.ftVTerms for f"Uarel. dear at'any' deo.lme If they lee fit : .rl.ntAd0 the lat firm cf'Iiirnandss l

.'FOR SALE and select assort- Jacksonville .Hale AcademY.rWW7RUSTEES a very low uu. :. ;' .;' b mae Among his e !!n.will.be found- anl oootes ARL.S {.SEWART. 1' Q'.V l .& 4ND. I
for be furnishedwith t i. Tonic tins; 19.
( : contracting Compound January I '
JIortJeult.l1rr.llm.JIle of th Jacksonville MUl..m *
(Agricultural and M.J. without '. c *. "'" _
for -.Antifebrile or Pn '
Plows and Castings,Corn Academy take in Mi. '
J..U consisting pleasure Pile CLINOff'IIOIJSE.L ; I'
1:5beUera.: /Straw Cutters, Horse Powers Thrasheri t.roIS of thi'Institute that the services of charge.. GORDON MeKAY Agent'Ap29.fy ,I 4 ,Gonoribeal and otherJ4latuTe-lO forfeit for ., ;Goshn'iiter.d3Ke'fCosh.nBntter. ;
Mills, ,Grain Cradles Mr."!'. M.- A. M. have been secured as ." remedies. .
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and Seperaton Fanning ::, failures no paiwmw or _'SUBSCRIBER "
; 1u _- Jut'rs.sfYed
SeytbeTand Snaths, Graia Mills .Sugar Mills, Principal. The tr commeDceoa Monday, TlE recently opened ,"1 '
Stufferi.' Ox April 4th 1853, recently for! A MedlolneslaaWbl. ... au MAMHMM-IHMSSIMMW f '. suitor*" r"': '
1' 'Boot CBtUn,$a sag CuUeTs.and. Cl.'. Mysterious Bappings Accounted .iiied. the ahoy Honse.'would ] --- ,
Yokes and Bows, Rakes, Hoes, lUy and Manor occupied by.Mr. The pupils arc 'der > .Address all communications to Ash- public1. .1er : --J.MES'V. .
'Forks,Spades,,Shovels,Carts, Wagons,.Wheel-,, &be'present at the bginni.of. the< tr 1. : RECKIVED'a' larg* :'of nrst, Florida,postage paid} are at lciHhe. pt.rn..geChe "
just artmeo Ja.eklyie-E
: be ; and to referred thi T TI
thahl.may eericate tame fire places.,, a" :. J' g' .
i'JElGARDEN; AND FLOWER SEEDS < ArancemD "a being made,for tbe>poedy Ja. FanoyCrava .. or pleaa ad 17'trInteresting.totlie \be wit fifty yards"e. 10 1 '-: : T .
Yor. gentlemen. is within
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Academy hUdd i
FfB.TIUSER5-r.naTiaa completion a permanent Building fodb t -" nadsrsigned U date J. w'.
t-alar&' .TUiety and a1 '
"G ano, Sap Phosphate. Lime, Bon,Doit, Pon-.. but' until,this is don the present. : be oc I .: i JANKINS' "lrARDEE : : Thirsty I for Offie neD* .hr". T.Coach and two APt h SIw Hen4sdge .. p J'
__ K. & fur of'sdmiaMtrMS*
blUe,Charcoal Dort Plasterfc ; :Persons desirous of supporting perma* i.st 'by"Me. leaving Ocala bin Couuti sr1e&tire a
VF.t..CTUa.ER8 fiCHNEBLY'SRsapaa.g oupe of. high character 0 Moody .. .. LD 'CcgeandPaIe'brafl4Y'Old J Sheaf Hack MaUine rO .
MA of. a iYte "' O IT particulars apply at\h omot t et oOrp W.BJe.. .
:t. -nd .Mowing Machine' DAN IEL5 operate I1drUoJD.De .. : April 12tb. 1858..1441. _' r a,.''..ud Uotonpa'whisker. Loi4on the Jacksonvills Republican and N.JWESBASKVw. : 1.lo. : : -
Hay Straw and Stalk. Gntten.
-aaUefWaj. Hv y'.J'&tai.&rall'.cIlUeJ'l.f' A ':E. A.BALDWIN DECOTTE3? i.y.; "lNDW! '' .(.- al. Le"1'n, '.dred eft'jt w',?!.ivd C. BARI by'' Agent.. Iattk.January. .S,, t. : Ato'.,). ,5os'I .. .
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H t t Ut.h 'fthup o"'M :If,'oJ I .-' : ,-Il; undersigned offers the IWlowins ValBL oUrteirpp'R**
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" f y''frttrtll'Paptr"i,.& d. r ," '17.. '.".' \., '.. ... .'j -' ,f brooghtouI ': .SAYa 1 0_. l phl., nituated' St.. Johns 'county.at the. :

:I r: I iuri t'iJ fteer ik.I3t UOD : All orders prompt/* attended to. / W. MORRELL.N. .F..WEBSTER. head of MatanxasRiver In' praham ':walXl it\\ -I I S.:NOUGHT: ON*
,;.' ,I v ? ., ? .- .CHARLES. CLARK..Charleston rJ'A t'ij rtj r'' .Po r-ftf\1t containing 1300 acr s.'of which about. 800 are of
. p' r: cn"-w n.'f.a'q IH.': '. \-: 1 ,riarch2 ;i8S3.._ ., ,ap74t '' 1'4. h.L..I.; : ., bi'.t rich loam,based fetf marl f 600 are;!'efl 'cleared, : .
t Advertisements will U inserted the f BowA 1- r. ". 1. House j .lrummwug.l!."a .thoroughly 'ditched and at 'presentnnd cultivation ; ----I-T .

i l ta'fJ l ,'r& pItiie, ri1te1 Unel)fort OLIVER FABNU1'Who1esa1e 'j. .'5'a'. \Vh! lel.J. a ld".nitat: ; about 65'acrts:of well're-"iurJ lied aDd ,
plant :. located on the'plantationis
: t ttat.mt.McI ?e.ntr"iiY e r e'f, t1i nnHE snbsenbw&sTres ta call tne further at4 Steam1 mill and
1 and a superior Lngino.'witb Sugar
i Advertisers liberal Grocery, :.Liquor; tention of -Florida piblie to his well
c! { 111..UDltrtlOD. To.yearly a .. Complete Sugar works;capable manufacturing
1iii ; "Discount will b.-faad9." All transitnt, AdyertiseWt ), :Proylaion1Deal r, known< tahli lun.nt, forth*sl'. ofL ,_ "If.'FURNITU'REflfUl 10 to 15 bhds perda1.and'aw mill'attached I ; -.
HOU3L 'FURNISHINGtIouseVfeeeper ;
I : having a running account No.. isAS7BtIlARLST9N.H running two single'' sawr. Also, finely situated .
.(" rI'bjpersons? { iJUTERULSoj4Cfr DESCRIPTIONoI on pine land and commanding a view of the whole '.1.--- .1. '
,;;& J with the office) must- _be paid. for previous to publi- A S eonftactly.on hand a well wlected etnek : :"arid riierchaflts can supply them plantation comfortable two' story and attic Ii S __

t\ :j MaMi.il 9.. t. I a. ,( o of Liquors and ''Groceries which he offers solves with every article for general.use or for flame dwelling bouse containing. rooms'and t : S x

: i ,1 'P.nonu' a distance.can govern.their rsmlt- for sale low Orders from''the-country,carefully forming good tore stock ': 1> necessary out buildings. The works and buildings 4 -
and promptly attended to: Everything in the'line business mentioned .are all in' complete- order-for immediate Ot : (j 4 '
I:1 ., UBoef for ar rtlsin>,'by the' foflowing reteit. 1 flt.1'erine-CAa OR.CITY ACCEPTANCE.. kept on hand/ including Parlor, Hall. Bedroom occupation..' 'Also a fine stock several hundred lettiet l' hickest -
: 'f; "*6nW?usWtw.iTeliies) published months April7-y and KitchenFurniture, and sales will \e made head mixed Durham and"common breeds of mJ&DVE

JPLi -, '100'0 -:--- upon as good terms as purchases can be effected cattle, and a stock of about 80 full breed West and mint permanent'lather of any Shaving vt f' ,
( 'I :.'..t ,": GEO. ASEOTT CO. at the Xorlbv. -T:J. V) MORRE LL8} India Sheepwhich wiUbe sold with the plantation in '
::> ( 'f I Two satares,for six months,. ... .,15 CO ,, l>',lOId estahlUned stand.'Savannah'. Ua. ;i(desired or;separately. Soap now .use / i DIGESTIVE ;FIiID{'
t 4 _. UrLn&oshi13usnws Cards an. 10 00 WHOLESALE, ASD. RETAIL. BEALF.RS IN -" ALSO.
r .. per march 24 -, OR
!. 'J I Notices to debtors and creditor t..'. ,.- TOO,: 'p.I1'aT.( 9 675 The traeXkuQwn-as mostly of high"St.heavy Ann hammock;" containing and LEON 'n'D{S" FLAVORING EX- G.TRIffl F. --.5'

.' I tAppKcaCoj>JlkrlJeU ri.ifadmlnijtraton! ,; .5.00 WATCHES':AND JEWELEY. prairie acres having! a rich soil from thiee to lx fe ( TRACTS/fcamelj. Lett'on'Vanilla, R we, ..Prepared: from jlnncr or'toe fourth noilci

II ,T Notice .Appl'ieation,for disasiual.'Administrator OILS, VARNISH, : i mi In depth based on marl.,' '" i". "J," Peach, {Orange, for- .Cakes Padding OF TUZ4 ox. after direction of'BatollutBJO
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,''! '. \c.. > .- -_ ;-;, ;;;,$10,> WINDOW: GLASS PUTTY, ItVER AND YAII.P ALSO Pies Custards,' Creams,:tc s> &0 are t9n.great M. I}PhysiologicaL Chemist .. "L
MAMuM-auwamj. The two tracts known respectively as "Mala llJilladelphia'PL'L'
; : !:, For anfMBBCfasQt.of eandidatesfor,office,,6. 00 And 'every description of Paints found PURCHASERS. N FLORJDA ani elsewhere Compra" '-and -'Bella Vesta," adjoining1: 'each very choice;"andTexceediriglj' convenient.Housekeepers Thin is st truly wonderful 'df .

I;.. t. .. umontMBMl'willbe made aaless the same In a PIIntStOr!, In the 1'ieiriliy"or Savannah/are Informed other and being at Jhe,.bead and on the ,Eastside should never be without *lion Dyspepsia JanBdie,Livar Complaint&t

.l; 'J .: aeeoapftnisd with tne amoun!charged. -- East Charleston S. 0. that subscriber, has on band,'pnd is of Matanzos Hirer, and containing all them. Those:\who: delijght in the delicious station, and Debility; curing after Na''
No. 97
,; jE:iiUriil 'notices for private Benefit will bet Bay, constantly receiving from the best and most respectable 1175 acres. Tbe Southern half of Mala Compra ,' flavor and exqul*) e perfume of own method by Nature.0DJ:agent' ,. .G.
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t; ; manufacturers in the'country rich DIAMOND which heavy hammock. 'and St. Ann, lie j and! will fiud' in theseFlavoring""Extra' -, : -
: ,f k argei donbl Is4 rate advertising Also band Fresh Csmphene and Burning Flowers, Cr>UaIf aj: teaspoonfurdf Pepsin' 'infh
t on ;RUBY, PEARL; and other JEWELRY Immediately contiguous to St. Josephs, and tEat : *.
e d P nlJ Obituary,end Harris js notissi,wll Fluid,'and every description of Lamps and Chan and sterling Silver Ware; 'such as might be eon.enientl'eultivated with it, thus ta all. they can water, will digest or dissolve Finpoviultefntsi.
: ... :' delicrs burning the same, at the Manufacturer TABLEDESERT arid forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of desire.LEONARD'S. chief in about two Aottrr;oat of the stomaea

I' :, : ".. 'W.. -!'. .... *'prices. TEA. SPOONS and-FORKS, of20CH acres. -The balance of these two upwards LEMON SYRUP Pepsin is the great element or greal DfrntTve
.,:I;. :: CommuIbioumu.tbspostpsid.. Agent, for Bloke's. Fire Proof Paint. SILVER PLATES and WAITERS, tracts is of Live Oak hammock.based on closely being principle; of the Gaitritfaioecr 'aJlborf
;% I' ., -V.tr' P.i 'YJII"T" J ---._ April 7-y TEA SETTS, CASTORS, CUPS and concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture made from F oJt Instead of from Acids; / the Purifying, Praenine." and&imilat.
i SAUCEU8-, GOBLETS, and of the> first quality for Sea Island Cot- as are alftherordinary kitrcte la not only, iAAgtitt ofthe Stomach and latr jtbefcTu

1i4 hJX1SJ:1'E5S_ __ ___ CARDS.. South Carolina Paper Manufacturing TUMRLEJIS, PAP BOATS, tOil and Tobacco They might be easily brought fir more, pleasant, but alsof more healthful -;: extracted from_tU&Digestive. tomse\of fte Ox
', 4 aM .- 1 &-.s- SOUP 'nd SAUCE. LADLES under cultivation having been in years passed and wholesome, and make's' the most thus forming AS ARTIFICIAL DiOEynv. rura'
; A ',' LEGAL. Company.HE pm, lCE.CR AlJCAKJlI.ndtRUI' cultivated in Cotter of which the yield was drinks. precisely like the ,natural Gastric :-Juic.'far iu
r 1 i t'if .' e .>'c I., -- -, .t KNIVES, SOLID,' frequently one bal. ginned cotton to the agreeable summer' chemical powers and famishing a tamp'ett and i

:: W. Bryant Subscriber, Agent of the ahove Company SILVER DESERT, PICKLE and" There is on the place u large number of aC're'1 LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Those de- perferf tuMlttrtrforttt 'By the aijef this pre-

. t, _II'j.j.. J begs leave to inform BUTTER KNIVES, orange, pomegranate, fig, lemon and airou of using Mustard that i is not.half the pains and crib or InJ'gestimavd
,4.i JLTTORXET AND iSEUOIt-AT-UV, Printer nnd PnhlUhrrV NAPKIN RfNGSv .SALT CELLARS and trees, and an extensive sour orange prove, all ; and wish it Fiation. are removed,jn t as they troqJdbe .y
perfectly .
r&c: J :: !':; h.rii. tc'dnnC: that the estetisi Mill of the South Carolina Paper FUUIT KNIVES of which, with proper attention, can be easily PURE Stomach. It j u doing wonders row Dy..
01 .: .. Manufacturing Company is now in full ope- Silver plated':Spoonsi\Forks and Ladles. Cake restored to their once promising condition. j should ty Leonardo Pure "Mustard and peptics, curing cases of debility emaciation nervous
. 4 ; ralion, mam facturing Baskets Castors, Waiters, Snuffea ami. Trays. All oftho above tracts arc situated between they will enjoy an article very different decline, and dyspeptic Consumption{
4w. .. ,; .J-P !airont BOOK ANlf NEWS PAPERof Ivory balance Handle'Knives,ant silver platedon one or two miles from the ocean, of healthy from what is usually called Mustard. posed to be on the derce of the grav. The Scientific

: :. ; o.oxiu'T IXD COtTKSELLOR AT LAW, all sizes and of the best quality. :teeI.Table and. Desert Knives, fine twentyone l location, and in convenient communication with evidenced on,which it is- bawd jj in the
.:- ALSO day Marble Jlnntlo Clocks, and common the City of St. Augustine being about thirty highest degree cnriotu and remarkable.'" '-

t, 4: I OSl.nue ..mnai.. 2T.ATHL.IjA MTUAFPUO PAPER, Bra Clocks! of every dccrijit ion. miles to the South by land and about the same hCIENTiriC EVI>nCE. '

jj .. JaebonTill..J.n.17.18.30. tf suitable for Grocers. Hardware Dealers) &c. Gold & Silver Lever and Lcpinl Watches, distance by water by the.M atanzas Hirer. B.irilotfe's Tasteless Caron LIEBEO. in his celebrated work on Aai-
ha1 been to render Fine enamelled Hunting )Watches, ALSO, "
:No pains or expense spared mal Chemistry, gays I AD Artificial Digtjtir
I r j . AKS.BAKER it equal to the best Northern Mills ; all the latest Gold& Silver W I\tr -thains Seals. & Keys, The tract known as' "New Hope" lying 13 Fluid analagons to the Gastric Jeice. be
.1.< .', t -'r ._" .J. and Tout approved machinery having been introduced Gold & Silver Thimbles, I miles by water North of St. Augustine and be- WORM SUGAR DROPS readily prepared from the mucous nienbran may of

1tt : ? : ;ATTORNEY: AT LAW, into the same. Gold & Silver Spectacles, { twcen the North river and Guana creek both the Stomach of the Ox, in which vauou articles

: : :. .l.J1ltta'dr Columbia Co., East Florida. All orders promptly attended to by Rodger's Fine Pock Cutlery navagablc for large boats. It contains 573 acres : of food, as meat and Eggs, will be softened
'11' I . JOSEPH WALKER Razors and Raeortrops, hammock an.l pine land and is well situated changed, and digntitl,just inthi tamt manneras
i -tt : ;' ; :111 111SPI1TH' ;- {jg-Agent,82 East By CHARLESTON Card Cases Port Jlonaies, &e. and adapted fur Sea Island cotton and stock tkty would be in the human tiomf"."
: Particular attention will be given'to pairing
Carolina raising.
...., South Dr. C.IJIBE in hi* valuable writings on the
. ,I ATTORKEY AT LAW, Wholesale Paper Coram'ii Warehouse. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. ALSO, Physiology of Digestion," observes that a
:: :' Alligator Columbia Co., East Florida. From his long experience andcxtensive facilities 9300 acres unimproved land.at' Salt Spring," 'cli, dminution: of tho due quantity of Cjutrie J. jas
:/ ,he confidently believes he will satisfy all who at the north end ot Lake George, on the ;t. r' li and
Constantly on hand a prominent all-prevailing cause of
't; \ may favor him with their patroiage.llis Johns rh'er,immediatcly west of bruyton Inland. 'and be state that 'a i jsppeia -
'i. : y .HOPKINS BRAIIAM, A LARGE STOCK OF WriTI'Q, PAPERSOF prices aro as low. and terws aa favorable, The track embraces "Salt Spring" and "Salt! of medicine in London, who distinguished wes vofsfsor -
lfi t ': v* Attorneys a' Law, EVERY ESCRIPTION, as at any other establishment in tho State.S. Spring creek," which; nearly equally divide it afflicted with this complaint finding jiverv thing

ii :m: I, 7 ,',"OFPXCIB '.t PAIiATKJl',. E. Flo., Wrapping Pagers of all Assorted Colored Pa- WILMOT, No 1 Market-Square., tmougb its whole length and is navigablo from else to fail, had recourse to the Gastrfe Juice,ob
kinds per March 24-tf Savannah, (;a the river for boats of tore or four feet draught. tainedfrom the stomachs of
rr 4. WlLipractice in the Eastern Circuit. Business Cards, plain enamelled, Printing Inks. The land is mostly rollirg yellow pine of the tir.-t "living aiJjntls.whickprnreil .
,.V .\;; i s' .atrusted to their care will be promptly attended and colored. Parchment.Paper Letter-Copying quality, entirely free from Palmetto of ary kind, Dr. GRAHAM. author tumtfful or the famots works oa
}1't- .; ,, t,. ., February 19, : AGENT FOR JOllY T. WHITE, and thought to be good cotton land, together with Vegetable Diet" says; "h is a>emarkaW
"' Type and Stereotype Foundry; 'l'-'OOKS-Thiltl'aper is very tough; slows some considerable bodies of cabbage and I live They contan noc.iI.nnelirercurv in fact in physiology, that the'stomncbs ,of anima.
, ;}. t.! : -.. .' ', OSSIAN B HART, J;) up a perfect ami dwtin-t copy and offers oak hammock,anti prairie contiguous to the creek. form detet.riows macerftteil in water impart the fluid the prop
P.?. HOE 4CO. which any or any ingre-lipnt
; AT LAW the advantage f f texture and surface may The location also embraces facilities for construct- erty of dissolving various articles of ood, and of
i' Press and Circular $.w 1I1Ilh'T' The Books wliuterer, and are at oi.ce aitntctive t
.w "" Printing I be written upon without spreadinr. big one of the largest and most practicable water > effecting a kind of artificial digestionof them in
.ta. ; .t ", i .> RET VEST, FLA., MAYNARD $ NOTES1Celebrated are well bound and paged, and ore sold at the powers, as, independent of the flow from the the eye, (ileufunt to the ts.t.', and sure no wiso different from the natural digestive pro-
: Practice in the United States tint State Courts Writing Inks.J9 manufacturer's prices i.. single ones or in quantities. spring, the waters of lake Cbercbcll, about four in their < peiation. Children eat them cess." .

..t :; oftb.SoutbernDLtrictofF1orida. A11 the above at Manufacturers' prices. miles in length by one mile in breadth, may Le with great audity and pleasure. Call on the Agent, and get a.'deieriP 1
" {
made available by a canal of about 16 chaii.a; in
t-1 I JlIb lR.t' PArENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING circular,gratis giving a large amount of.scie-
w Ii ; 7. length, yielding an inexhaustible supply with '
April I
PRESS. tific evidence,similar to tne ab ve, together with
t tHfi i ': F. C. BARRETT I a fail of at least la feet. Tho spring itself, tbe UTICA, Dec 2, 1852. report of remarkable cures,from all parts of the
4M : Johnston Crews & Brawley With this press copies are taken with more i water, of which has been analyzed by Prof. Gent.-The calls United States. ,, -
frequent favorable
' ': Public, and much than with the Screw I '
'i ,fj. Sotary case, quicker .helton of Xew York, and shown to be of valuable .
tt! :"., ; t Commissioner. for taking Aeknowlcd IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Press and other ordinarily in uso. It does not medicinal properties, is of capacious dimensions reports' we get of the use of BAR.DoT.rEs Dr. Hooghto AS A '. repsra has produced toe- ,most

'I t'f FS) !> ..'"' ment of D.eds, DBY Q/oons require fastening down, and is not liable to get being CO yards in diameter, and most WORM SUGAR DROPS, reminds me marvellous effect,in curing Diseases Uebiniy,
t}. : in ) out of order. I eligibly and picturesquely located its position of the promise I recently made to send Emaciation.Nervous Decline,and Dvspeptie Con
I :. Aad ether.Instruments Writing:, to be used SO.I8IEASTBAYCIIAUIJ.KSTOXS.C. METALLIC DAMPENED in a commercial or agricultural point of view, you some certificates taken by na. Herewith sumption. It is impossible to give the detail*of

Ftb: ; *; I. < the States ofKEW Pnf eding the use of the Brush Wet Cloth with its advantages in constructing a boat canalof you will find copies of two, Martin cases in the limits of this advertisemert; but n-

::Li. TOftK AND PESN5TLTASIA A. S. JOHNS-OX, J. II. BRAWLEV, and Blotting Paper (saving all the time and trouble only before a few miles across to the gulf of Mexico Hubers and William Stanton's both thenticated certificates have been given of more
must draw the attention of the
very long than two hundred remarkablt in PhUadelpliis. -
their with it
i tcl.lento ) CWtl. ;
; a perfect
!! .: : Jaeksonvills.. Florida. Oet. 14.tr A. J. CREWS, JAMES "1. BRAWLEV inav always be secured with any press. copy planters and merchants of that fertile regon.: honest and reliable' men. the latter having New York and'Boston aoae.r These were

IIK T ic cndersigned are the silo and exclusive AI.SO i been known to me nearly twenty years. nearly all desperate cases, and tho cures were. not
: : : CAN NAD AT, A. s J. PERRY.
: >. -,: S. H. H. BOURS AUSTIN Agents fur Georgia and Florida for the above article Two tracts containing oO'X) acres on the west j' To-day a farmer called and got the only rapid ard wonderful, but permanent.

:' jan GlyKILLER'S ', and have made arrangements hy whichrer's and 45fK on the east side of St. Johns river, second box, the first having been admin- It is a great nervous antidote, ana arty
'lS ,'rflOTARY PUBLIC the are enabled to dispose of them at the manu- about 12 miles above Palatka, and having a istered with useful for tendency to Bilious disorder. Liver
: ; favorable results
BISCUIT BAKERY fact prices. river front each of about four miles in extent. : very some Complaint,. Fever and Ague, tll'adly matH
Ii1 : : -. JACKSONVILLE. E. FL..t. '. That on the west ofthe river is mostly of pine two or three weeks since to a daughterof Fever and Ague and the evil effects'Quinine
P. I No. Mutiny.-, Market, Am rican and Englid CODJ/I'IIJT, Writing, and embraced the site of tho hid thirteen
p of s 0 13.1 oppir swamp lands and years old. In this case, Mercury, and other Drugs upon the Digestive or
,', I H ARU3STO3. S. C. Carmine and Red Inks I English Indian trading store of Panton Lesly & the parents did not knew that the child gans after a''long sickness. Also, -excess i*

GENERAL of t ie test quality constantly on hand. Also Co., now known as"liumbly's old store," which voided worms, bat she fating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. 'Ik
, : ;;The ?abFriber' has constantly on hand :.Maftoc-'iinjr Ink, l hv the gallon or barrel.l' is its beginningcorneranI runs thence south to I I immediately recovered almost reconciles Health with Jnttmptranct.DR.J.S.HCUQHTOK'3.

"i MALONE $ TAYLOR 1)IJ..O'rXD NAVY ItRRAD, cy have also made: large additions to their the widow Pangrte's'old fields,"thence west and her health. .
of Writing Papers[ of every description : north to a point opposite the beginning. Tha Truly and respectfully yours, :
: LUMBER COIMISSmNtERCHANTS, WINK. SO >A, BITTER. LKM MOX. WAj Lib rat .!:i"counts in a Jo when told ia quantities one on the east side of the river lies between WILLIAM BRISTOL
.? j TER. : 'IHMlt.F.ED.. AN f[ F Hi VS- of Ii e reams ttiul upwards. the places known as "Buffalo lilaS" and "Mount
.-": "' '. ; i PEt I'IC CRACKERS.[ fllXi ; x: itbcmnticnl Instruments, Surveyors' Com- Tucker." ne ides a large body of well timbered UTICA June 10, 1852I -V.
k t4 ; ; PHILADELPHIA, Chain, Drafting Materials, &0. &c. pine lands it con talus oiue excellent hainmoi-k, ::
&c. &.. ;
GKR: NU1. .
: *:._!,'Jj e'P'cttu1l11Oicit consignments I T i>y have facilities furexecuticK Bookbinding nnd several well wooded bluffs and eligible sites certify that I purchased of Messrs.

. $ ;_ Southern Lumber Shingles &c fee. In Barrels,' ez*, an''! hulk all 'nrrlIlIEdIf in a tin various ntvles. and of making up Blank for residences. Bv a recent survey the west WM. BRISTOL & Co. day before yesterday p

.. .0 ( the best quality and lowest prices. Boo.I rule 1 to any pattern iu which they put tract has been reduced to 294-)acres and the one a box of Bardof-te's Vermifuge Sugar
4 : r.r- the eat vf t" ck. Also of Card Circular, Labe!,. on the ca'.t side of ths river to 34<,iG. It. is believed Drops, for a child of mine fonr and half
.z ". _, .t C1t.f.4. Cashier Camden Bank, N. J.: Sf Boxes assorted Craekt.rfor Families.jai'G3m and Fancy IVmting. however, that the deficit will he made up a

lav ;; ./ Jq *TnH UKOCK, Philadelphia; : R. MILLAR.. Foreign Books imported at New York prices Proposals for purchase will bo received by A. I yean old whom I supposed troubled with S
J5. T. RICHABDVJ, do JOHN M. COOPER. & CO.' \Walker, Es'v of New Orleans John Peck. i worms. I bad tried to get Vermifuge
4; r.: T. ,E. BrctmAi,1 Jacksonville Florida. Savannah. Fel,. 10th.VKliaTICU ES
Ii '.Ii. i.V I brulryl c, ... <*' i jCO.sk McCARTER & CO. of Baltimore George Washington Esq. of St. :j it without holding her nose, 'and she
\ AND: 1'ALMESWHOLESALEDEALERS Augustine, Last Florida or to myself the latter would vomit all But after .
; (st'CCE:8:10R; TO'M'CARTER &ALLEN,) place, postage paid. I IJOSKP1I up again. =
. ,. .0:1 '"\.Edmiuid Whitney, WHOLESALE -- IN_ ; M. HERNA DEZ. I she got the taste of the $CGAR DROPS, she .. .
i St. Angnstiue March 8th, 1333. mar 17-tf | cried for more. Yesterday and '
: __ ioned and'legally
emmi qnaliGed as : I Is sold by nearly all the Dealers in fine Drugs and
t (pr.. Xesw1-,4 Inspector of ,Lumber for AU STATmN G HOC KIM KS i W B gave her the contents of the box. and popular medicines throughout the United States.
B illlSll n !
.M&yb.X-Vi found v< :D when.hi.T1 *County.services are desired on llt )Successors to A. Welles! & Co.-at the old .Hl1utf and.! '1'ObICCI: ). today it hrought away FOUR <:ENLARGE It u prepared in powder and in fluid form and Iaprereriptionphiai
WORMS! the of
4 some of them a foot for use dbysioians.
Inquiry at the' liepnblicut' .office., Corner fleeting and Ptnckney-sts., Stand. ) PETER LORILLARD MANUFACTURER, long. Private Circulars for the use physicians*Bay

1 'IJ: .' : .,. tim Clmrlt Ktou, S. C. NO. 195 BAY STREET, No. 42 Chatham ft,, NewYork, MARTIN HUBER. be obtained of Dr. Houghton 'or his Agents describing
,'I : -
IJ1i .VI ,,Mt1 JOSEPH GRICE, .ce- A roiojilele: asmrlmcnt of LAV.MEDICAL Jan. 27.3m. SAVANNAH, GA. OFFERS for of sale superior the following quality articles:Mawoboy war-, East of the Big Basin, Broad-st., Utica. the the authorities whole process upon which preparation the claims;:and of uis riving -

:::hL : SCHOOL anti MISCELLANEOUS JOS. W. WEBSTER. GEO. F. PALMES.BIAStFACTUREn Scotch, Coarse French Rappee and other Snuffs; new remedy are based As it is.SOT' A SICUT
;:- "General Commission Merchant, UTICA Nov. 16 1852 REMEDY, no objection can "raised against iun.
BOOKS, together wit* BLANK BOOKS, also Fine Cut Tobacco in tiu-foil and papers ; a ,
-*;: i WATER ST.'NEvy YORK Messrs. WM. BRISTOL .o by physicians in respectable standing and rejrolar -
and of rt Bi KNAPP more particular description of the various articlescan & Co., .
jSTiicr and.prompt attention given to the sale oi"t PAPER STATIONERY, every j Price ONE DOLLA&'PER
be known iy sending for a full price current G ntlemen-My little practice. .
_a r4ail articles produce entrusted to his care, description, kept constantly on: hand and offered above.. 3m 17 daughter,aged BOn LE;
OF mar
IIlJ !'&e4 til orders promptly complied with. the lowest 7 years, been ailing for three or four '
ly at prices. janG-Cm 4- fjJ.OJ1SERVE THl, .-Every ]bottl ot the
u .&"I'29-t1"" SADDLES,.HARNESS, fa fa 'c. months and fearing that she might be of
!h. 1 Who wants to insure his Life ? genuine PEPSIN bears the written signature
iir :" .,.nB.:.. .u.J.,:,I1 0 L fil E S CHARLESTON HOTEL And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of troubled with worms, about a week ago I J. S. HOUGHTOff, M. D., polo Prtfrietor,
foul Undersigned would take this bought at your store a box of BARDOtTE'S Philadelphia, Pa.: Copy-right and Trade-mark
iM I '.. 'ral CoMmtsslon' SADDLERY THE opportu "
n Merchant, WAUK I '
; BT to inform his old friends and the public SUGAR DROPS, and administered secured .

- c rieda : OQ.W"fLSrSEETj NEW YOEK.L Carnage Trimmings Laces, Fringes.Patent generally that ho has removed from his old stand them all to her in one'day. Within CrJ-Suld. bjaUDrnggIsisidDeaersnMedclues. .

; : s '-, 'ray.particular attention to sues of Vel- MIXER. Leather, Springs, Axles, Bands, Varnish and set up twenty four hours after, she passed away
.Pi.e',Lumber Live Oak,and other Southern EGBERT-t'OINSETT.
. Sleeting street bfttceen Ilayne and Pinckncy I S -
Tmtran4 Piodnee j and to orders for purchii- ,- &c.. &c., &r.' The Drug Store TWESTT-TWO WORMS. some ot them ten lAKntfjaxkttaeimi fl*

p tag Merchandise. deo9-tf CHARLESTON.. S.. C. THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN 'SADDLE. in a more .pleasant and convenient locnton. or twelve inches Ion;.', We gave : : .:_.1. JA.lAYIa
---- her no'other"medicineSince: $ then she WUluolt Ct.
Those wishing to secure. Fresh'Drugs at low and Retail Agent, Satannab, ,
T' .S1ci& .cChFit'Va'Ter'& C ) 1H '.JJES Ef West end n Gibbons' Building, 1loIAnJtE'T prices will find it to. their advantage to call at has been different child, entirely.She Sept252-ly ,,'d

.. ._.. .isdForw.rds a; Merchants. J SQUARE, s'AV.'NNA, fl". .;.. '.,. No. J, had not slept well nights, but used -, .' .-' -
1e1 tl :,.t: :''JI.A' 11 I Commission ereliant. N ..cry out in her sleep and I was afraid ENC.LISH REPORTS IN ,LAWr AND

:ii ': ;. t ,ierii;: : Pro l iiil;Choice Wines, WHOLESALE DEALER A large a'sortmeitalways, on hand, and Byrne's .'w'uildialg.- 'we should not raise her. Now she is entirely ; -The Common :.,,;Equity

?ti :4 1 "LTftBon"ASU and cnlyTGeneral i5jars.PibU. ,,.Oils,Drugs. Cnorl8 tc! &o., In Groceries and Liquors.. for fall'..nt.tfll'. lowest. .."eE't'- 'jan27-3m. Don't forget.to pAYsTItEE.t look'for 'the 'number; ?: -Then : Having well:previously used various :otber and meuces Criminal with the UeporU Decision combinecL.Tbe ot Micnaelmas ml i"$com o"a3.)

1f( .W! y Strel!!. "I Jacksonville E. Fla. NO.; 139 EAST I .BAY, BEHH' FOSTERFACTORS call for any thing lathe Jine' ofDrugSjChemicais Worm medicines in my,family, I can safely the Term Decisions 1S50, and of all contains.-the English from Courjs that'penooV. The K*-

..I I CHARLESTON, 6. C. AND ; Perfumery,Paints, recommend BARDOTTE'S DROPS a* preferable -.- ports art furnuhed by*corps of over thirty..:-
1 JDOLLNEU POTTEU. COMMISSION .MER- I to all other : ular and.expericnced Reporters and for \IJlpre--
Oils Dye Stuffs remedies for the effec
u6-1y CHANTS ..
I tual eradication benaivencss,brevity, and IIccUJ'&C.1..the put.lW1ln
*:'V Commission Merchant CONflICT JENNINGS ft CO. : 'SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Spiers! Stationery Books, &c. &c. of worms.WILLIAM. ; challenge comparison with any other series of

I 14-Fibsj't'BCircYt; Comer Maiden Lane, ., For the quality uf his Medicines tho' Public STANTON, English Reports now published 'Among fbi;numerous -
' f Whoe.! 'ale! and Retail Dealers in P. H. BEHN, JOHN TOSTER. are referred to all the 42 Water Street, Utioa.AlwayVready instances of superiority these KepnrU
practising Physicians
, i .r"r'.l Vp fri, 'fe r York, of
Jacksonville. > over any other,the publishers are permitted to rtfartomanydvstanguished -

4 ,iWILL attend'rompt11 to all business entrusted SADDLED $BBIDLIS jai)27-6m) '. 1'hvsic J.M'lItop.k_. in/1.. "PTnf__ ,M, *,."u., .'M .u.1_ -- .- members the profusion
* 4 :'f.toKheiceare: : ;. Patticaur attention given to the --- and carefully ----- -- -n % .4Q UVI.JJ for use.fW who have voluntarily furnished testimonial
packed and _
I. ,ale et Cotton, Lumber,Timber and Turpentine; SADDLE .$" CARPET BAGS, CMAHO- '& DpYLE '.-iJVIillkeeJLon' hand a,orward lull d. of SUR. r Ten volume* have already been J issued, .brinr
: l-felso teethe purchase of goods.! HAUJtKSS, ,, niCAL INSTRUMENTS of,all kindundoC ing-down the"decision to the trammer of. IS ,
44 ? *,)tra1..1anumenta made on IOII:menti. WHOLFJiALK DULER'iIN the finest quality. being thus two years in advance of any other reM >
irmary.19. lS32.-ly. \fUll!, TRVSK8.. : VALISES, &C., &C., &C. patrf.i.nglish Reporta.. >,
ALso a great oCToyYand 4'' 'r. "
NO.; 165 MEETING STREET, GH illlCEilIES E AND ll FllllISItJS? ,:.For& .,greater convenien.j t PrlWIoa
'( : ". FANCY. ,ARTICLES.. there.wiU also be published,as.soon a d.
W 1ie Uold ;
t4i and'S ver.Ware. Opposite Charleston! Hotel}, FOREIGN AND LXJMESTIC LtQUORS, 'Don't fall to cal'J and* see ns, whether buy < '- full Table 6f Cases,showing at glance th*volume
you -
I ; ._. L.II 3IILLKH & CO., jan 6-ly_ CHARLESTON, s. c.. NO. too BAY STREET: or not., Qet an Almanac gratis,and tell all your and page of every aeries. of.' : teporttwbIckcontain
: WHOLESALE friends on your;return, what. ., a flue Store and the tame'cases as the 'Law'>nd.fq1l t1
,.ctLVATC1fiEWEUtYHOUsE; (Opposite!: l\ie s.rs:Scranton,Johnston & Co) Stock you have seen. Reorti.--------" .-' -.-,' --,- -

,' "1f1: 'J al1Im It., S"'E., con of Charles it'. : HARD.'V ARE"- Formerly occupied by Chi*: Hartridge, Esq I :j-" ,;: JN ,
.b KPOUTKa*of English and Swi WatcheiiaiUoU I 'JacksparilIerFeb.,23/1863. "mS-lN "7: J iuperiorstyie'Attbelow price of.

.cU 'I .f eYerYidllCl'iptlol1Watch; : '..cuet SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. ( : '':.. : ._. 6Isr volume to permanent llUbQriha- a.J. n.9rPtiOM
' .,)Uktrsand Mannfacterersof lint.Gold Jewehy; .OOURTNEYjTErll'lENT-. .J JOHN M'MA'HON. Unibn'Agriciiltiiral i .-, to. t.a abQvoreeeived, .. by.JOlL..M.'COQPER'1IW'': .
; rt .w.sill lb. .ttention of Southern and -Welter DIUCT1MPoanl 01\" JAMES.,- .DOTE", I II Warehouse ': S I ---i' ..' ,.

tjro aWaii & ,,- Jewelry s'id Silver Wre, to HARDWARE.,' CUTLERr, GUNS "PIS-. I jan27-ljr; ,, : .SEED,STOKE, """ .*. .' .4 jan27 Larot .

li ery.neaiive lock;"uriar them ,that in 'TOL. Itc., L I :RALPH'&'.Co., 83 Vuttpn St.- K, V.,

a* tt&tXt Jtt6ur Jiie shall we allow any establishMBt ..t $: 35JhiripiiSireet! i : it. ... :Ji Nt EJlONa J'I $ALF'ftiirge;t and fB 1 i'n''lfGO'DS.. .
to surpass lilt either in quantity quality or ; ; OFFEH'FOR select usort- IT" f.-v .,. .- th.
-itp' rdftvr Miosav>*We are too only Whole Home Sltl'nC8 =:i. JI.: 'FcTptL$ : NDGENtlMCW1JIISSIQN ) ., .plements and Jlortlcultnral Im .. \ S blcriher.UJd.respecu
-lisFthHbranoh: _f trad is Jtaltiraort,'and ibll ;eonsistipg, OtPion4Cast1n'g; <| Com S. 2 '& ..rbisoW4QItotU' $-
' --ntr1 Mi ae&aI to Induse Southern and W* l'WM., c....COURTNt' '-; O.U.TENNENT. '.'MERCHANTS ghejlersbtraw* ;, Cutters.-Howe Powers Thrashers ',} I's, 'thrbu'gnouf the Unired: "S teistCU te his
*,tftft ttebantt*" open eoonnU ;with' us.. Our janW .JAMESB.EVA. .'8./ .' .; .' I. !. I and Scperatorv Fapnng"Alilla! ; Grain, Cradles S.'a 'r stock of Rubb Good i nuf'ac&1U' by' him'
S SAANNAU. Cl,.. Scythes and Snath.Grain'Mills-' -'M ftS His
4 .SUlat HUIl to Iu liberal iAnd accomtnodatins w '' Sugar ilia, wf$ tit 5' .-. .e1tesp-rtIll11.o thtngrsdoItf:
a t 4&a roidbly be found in the UniU4 States. "' O.W.. ANnJaSOY..S.'W., AHDSUOX. ,'3'J.'JACISOX.STUVK Yokes Root.Cutters,Sausage Cutters fnd' Staffers. Ox Leonard's stock of KUdeserving um& C.l"lt tUN v.M. 17
V ---lb.rUU& ereatjiIeMnre ia showing' -. BLJR"" 17.1'" Bn;BoWs t akes;floes, Hay and Manu'e aItpjde. of iwptotlonl.as ItbE1S4V r
I oar J an r : : ForksSpades; ;: &ho vel s.Carts I Ib .. *
,goods to Z3Pu .ra an4Wastj merchanu '> : ; ; : Wagons, Wheel- L t b oa..sq conjplele! ;Bot'tnVartfcle aDot
lWDDi&Lta arrowsc *- -This PowdeU'&n!! admiraUe I&-
A .hdh. .1pe aMot kt_toi DI or DOt. 'HlKCFiCTORCi IN ; .' GAftDEIfAND FLVE iEDS MbAtituU I- :.EXTESWP'4cotta
kf.r'. L-t ,' p.MLLEg&C. .. ,Z' cm5lf Dm' .tp ) DEFOT foTJ YEAST, in making Bread' ,and, all !T antt.On.UIt! )L tI.car-
-a :__ ,
large-"a.ri FERTlLlSERS-PeruTian L2akJja D Cages;
,ebUm 'm rter' .f,W hel.1J or. '; ;. ., M r atter1 Cake.enJ: .htts th c.
161YMEET1SGTj.ET: AND, GEQ liLIJFURN' {fl ."W An E._ Guan, JTjo8phate.Uraefc.Uone.. .' ,Pou : ad.1rntag -- 'rIagC1oth, WadlDtl-'anbJPiaaa
,MiK/.H Mi T' .H01J.fE., drettos;Charcoal Duet;';Plaster*&e; t.- .! 8veYeazt, ..1\ makinttb btte? ri'Glo! l c'Cafle,:MhIaBltiag'EDdM
3aiL1L ""....irood and BonsOj jah6-Ijr CHARLESTON;,...c.'lyholesaU 'AH81 14 : l1'ACTURERS".orSCU:SCIINEBLY'S.,perfectJy.thI! at4readyfojbaj; \ tb ipkftsLiI'eaFtuerTiT* Air
10 12 B4J" 1 DnaWKT14VAffAU. BIbbIe110adcns&nUyen
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bf at t(., low. scab and Japaned Tin-ware, .
ery st priots.l flatters himself that in pricel'and qaslltv his 3amphene and Burning Fluid JAMES HAN-I AM, BLOODGOOD.& BOUSE, t JLf w.C.w.will set &I mc=:l&
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