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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 19, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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horsed,;andcarryalls"' ten thousand dollars: and eight hundred and four dollars and severi _.
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Thirty-tea Congress.kpvzuc.4.No and other miscellaneous; items.,' thirty. six .Department, eighteen thousand" the..ixtb'on'.of the'met entitled "An eight vOlumes, in'strong and substantial'half created Justice"r the Peacewo, b.u y 4 I

34. thousand six hundred dollars;' nine hnndred, and fifty-two "dollars: and- act to supply' de6cendes in the appropriations binding with'.Ruwia back and,torners, at a to be present,.was called upon'to'o&eiateta ,
J : ] For the printing of the Senate for the firstSe'iori tbirty-fiTe'Cl'nts.. icr the Rnic year'ending' rate"not exceeding sixty tent4 :volume,: his place. The (W>d many. knee*bead to
I .AN''ati Ac rth. .;lppL74edes"rTJ08 d. in.ljw the Kppropritte eliding- i of the "Thirty; second ,Congress, For pay of Florida militia, .on-account of thetbirtleth, ( June t.,on fl thou eight three thousand,four.'handred and per twelve-trembled for he had never lied thE knot;'aai' I

.. $b* f eth of June,1!? Lho eight hun- fourteen thousand five hundred and thirty. Quartermaster's Depantmenifour, thousandfive hundred and fifty two, and to dollars and eightycents.:' did toot know where'to bejrinl j H."hd'to
fifty three. i three dollars; hundred and thirty-seven dollars .and the sun'of fory thousand dollars heretofore' For this amountof "money appropriated. Georgia'Jnitice,*or any otbcfboo. ,_ froa .;I
4.'tEei cUd by thesuttt and How of For the printing ,of the House'of 'Representatives eight cents ,_ apprFrat twenty\ i fire thousand 'dol: and goods purchased; bnder', treaty etipnlationn -. which to.read: tbe*1I a.J. -- 'a 'ft4 .

i I Rejre, ivetvfthe |/ftf Statetof Amcrngrat.atteml for the first session of the Thirty >For:repressing Seminole.l hostilities::two for the LakeChipewa: > Indians lately eompany was krranged in.a $emidseaj

-idz.ia.I ,Tba'ttheJollow.; second Congress, twenty five thousand five hUd and sixty four" dollars" and' forty-. 'For fuel and quarters for officers of. tiearmy destroyed: by fire, at;the agency of. said ..In one bearing a tallow'-cabaie.' '1etb6u" ?_.,

nEsui bend zbbyappioprited hundred and seventy dollars f ': eerring on..lighthouse duty, the payment dians, fifteen thousand dollarllProWlal. ov.riverj"thinghe. bad'ever fcaraid, rea I
to tpply'? decetq in the appropria : For the printing of the' .S nafe for the second For arrearages prior to the year one toue of which u"no ..longer1' e by the That the Commi ion 'r!bf Ind an''Aft r. is t- .J'r. -"u-
fie** fo/tte/ ervice vie fi1011ear end- session of the thirty second Congress and eight.hundred and seventeen/our Quartermaster's ten thousand i hereby authorized; purchase e Aid poods'in Tbfrjda;. bath tIbSi..a ':P" 1

ink the/ttutieth/ of JuSeighteeri, hundred thirty- ;seven thousand four hundred 'arid dred and sixty seven dollars and seventeencents. three hsndred'. Dpartlnr; .oneidolar;and open market witho;. the usual notice Jn but. all- Aprit- aia-be< Jan* aad N.recoUrct.,*- :'' .'IIiJ

ud fiAy tarn, oat oy' money,in the sixty three dollars; twenty seven cen. .:For or the ,such cases required by law. _. IB could M4i11r.i t
Trea.s ry no otberw propri ted, name- For the printing'of the House of Representative For rrear es of expenses an.l Indian fund for purchasing1 IfjjbtHbiise supplies,.six i ,Sc.2: 'Aod t>e further enacted.',That titter that; soiled all ibe the oecaiwoR.'rbbm *adinoakhedJda' A: "pi I 1f t I 1-
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V- for the second session of the Tbiry service in TeJa one thousand and 'fifteen. thousand two hundred dollars. a' KevehthWctinn "of lhi*" act rniill1 &A a '
For'eornjensation oie f Vice President II second Congress, fifty six thousand one dollars and sixty eight ce'nts. Fnr the reapproprialion of seven hundred act making; 'appropriations- for-the"'civil' and that be must proceed-with-sotaethbg,and'x 1I

)f (the Unite States othonsand. aix hun- hundred and ninety four dollars; the same, For subsistence of eleven regiments' and fifty four dollars and forty cents bin diplomatic expenses of the Guy rnment for. arTagbny of desperatidtEbegai-these Ij

ired and thily eight das and eighty nine avin; been executed and to be< execute! volunteers, three hundred and ninety four a portion of the amount heretofore. appropriated ; the year ending the thirtieth of.Joue. eigh-: J lt"Knowallnien1by h' looked,precepts.that t I I:
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ent. J bv: the public printer under the provisions dollars and eighty i cents. for the ;
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fbront fttf a chat d'aSkirs to ,Den- of the act entitled "An act1 to provide for executing For improvement/ of the, Genes< was
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irk, four thousand lip ndrtd doll 'fl' ; the (public printing ail establshin: one hundred! and seventy six dollars and plus fun!, on the 1hi ietb' of Juue, eighteen eighteen hundred aid fifty two, be, and the I ''}Ie i *, deed fZ: CJ t%* '
For salary to the eotissioner at Sand. the prices thereof and for other purposes," ten tent. hundred and fifty two, and that the unr same w hereby, repealed. land and-drawing): all a for aHLracito' 0

rich Iland*, from tipevrnth of June, approved August twenty six, eighteen hnnIred : For,removing obstructions at harbor of expended balance of.the" appropriation by &tc.f 3: And.be further! enacted*:That I II >ln, the ,nameof thry, C laiigbed.Jp.r>. !" be- u A X I

tighteen huodred) andfty, to July first and fifty two ; Cleveland. Obio, one hundred and forty five : the act qf June, inete eighteen 'hundred! I hereafter no books' shall, distributed. 0.1 another amen roice",io iepqagainvnlytohear .kna* 4 4whlsprr
eighteen i .hundred and 6 two, and to make For contineent expenses of House of Representatives dollars and sixty nine cents. and thirty.tear, "for iayment'(f the Georgia t members of Congress except such as ire ordered ., .
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be same equal lo the.j now provided by ".2: For a.wal at Buffalo creek, three hun militia," tc., which has passed bysub I to be printed H#pnblic documents by kHe i is say--------'making :his willI ,tboughl- *> tl?be 1* -
.w, four Jtiousaud fotiundred and four- For newspapers for members, five thousand dred and forty nine dollars! and five cents. sequent actsnto the surplus fund, the Congtess of.which;.they are- members ; couldn't live: he lbok. f
long, .aojowedafly
een dollars; i dollars; For, harbor at Aslitahula, Ohio, forty two the same is kereby. reappropriated. an Provided, That this section shall l Dot.pro., bad." ', ,

For contingent expes? of the office of For horses and carriages, one thousand dollars and sixty four cents. For balance due Levi Johnson for the pitVfor hibit ur! interfere with tbe ,distribution to ,. # ,_ .&t1 4- ,, ',, .o.cNowI1aTm'do" .'.-.'
.( Treasurer of tbVnileJ 'States, one one hundred dollars; For harbor at Milwaakie] one hundred! marine lospital at 'Cleveland, Ohio, members who have heretofore received books I pray_I. '" ,. ,: ,"

I'I'I bousand dollars; For clerks, messenger, pages, and laborers, and sixty three dollars and ninety four cents. three thousand three hundred and ninety-six' under an 'order of either Hotiee' of the-, remaining ,was the next' essay, :wh'eQ sbtn 'bditAri e
For salaries and comssions of registersf len thousand five hundred dollars ; For repairs roads, &c., for armies in the dollars. volumes, or parts to as tb complete 'gentleman remarked' *. ". t 1 i

I'j f f land offices and ceivers of public For clerks on maps for the use of the i field, five thousand three hundred and ninetyseven For paymeat of salaries of deputy surveyors the sets of which they have. received ,part. "He isnotdwid bat sleep."', ,- .U

oneys, e'ght thonsan ollars; Committee on Public Lands, seven thousand dollars and five cents. at Boston, New York, Philadelphia! I For paying,expenses of David! pal Ow en's "Oh yes! oh yes P eotitinoed tb.'SquirL.l ,
, For expenses deputing public moneys five hundred dolltrs; For surveys with,armies inlhe field, four Baltimore and New Orleans, two thousand 1 geological 1 report from Philadelphia! toW A'voice ;rep.lied-WOb:DO! "oknol-doa'l'! I--i
;''i y receiver of public rneys, two thousand For holding documents for members, four hundred and ninety six dollars and. forty five hundred dolals and the salary of said 1 asilin on, for one hundred and seventeen lefs."l ",II IH -

Id fifty dollars: thousand dollars; cel.t:. officers shall thousand dollars per boxes ,and, purterase., ninety"-nine dollars Some .perron out of doon-lOIIkH)8191< Pk

F.dr: 'incidental exr/ises/ of the. several' For clerks, nn index of private claims, For survey from Mississippi river tithe annum, commencing on the first day of July, and forty five' cents; for freight on one hundred -"Comej'mto Co rt !n and the laughter wzst
nd offices, three tliisaod eight hundred twenty eight thousand nine hundred and Pacific ocean, five thousand dollars. eighteen'hundred and fifty two. arid seventy boxes; one hundred and general. '> t.n:

Ira".. twelve dolal'M and fitly'cents,;.**!**. ,.- Fur arrearages of pay due.FJonda' militia To pay Walter Bufges '(late distric'at- forty six-dollars. Total,'three hundred and i The bride was near f fainting--the Siui ttt

For 'the 'exlensionbf the United States For miscellaneous items, twenty four under General Real seven thousandtwomudred ; torney ot the State of Rhode ) the thirty five dollars and forty five cents. was tOt tar from it"; but being; an' '.inde'j fattJ"I
p'itolour! bun(3d ,thousand' dollars: thousand nine hundred and filty one dollars and dollars and ninety sum of five hundred and eighty four dollars SEcy-4.jJnd be it, farther enacted Thatso I gable man, he began again"/ '"',* .ut" {

-added. That so inch of foimer appropri- .; : three cents. and eighty cents, being.in. full for his services much of the second section of:.the ,act i '"To all'arid singular,"the sher-"- -'**' -7.
ons for, the exitrtkn of the Cajwiol as For paper used and to be used for printing For travelling allowance to 'vofunttN and money j'aidnt in defending making,Appropriations i for the support of the 4-Let's run. he's going.:to levj 6a ''!L I
mam* unexpendedaM tbe appropriation for die Senate for'the first session of the one hundred and eighteen thousand t".o Captain 'Simonds, t>f the brig Casket by 'rmyfor the year ending thirtieth of June, MKH'o 'Or thret"at' nei.. s.7i

WL made, or which py' hereafter be made Thirty ,second Congress, thirteen thousand hundred and four dollars and forty ..fourents. order i>f John Y. Mason, J late Secretary of j I eighteen hundred and' fifty three, approved i Here gleam of light7 flashed across-titf*

ir that object fjrj. be disbursed under two hnndred and thirty lout dollars and the Navy. j thirty first:August,' eighteen hundred .and Sq.ire's.faceb ordered 'jthe"1brideandgroprrj 4

l jcb, regulations /the President of the forty, J cents--"-- 'I r I, -For. bar. of Louisiana- and Texas volun-l 1 For additional allowance,to R. S. Nprrw, fifty two,.as. provides tbatnopoiiions to'hold lip ','their bands, ,and'ta k.
lied Stales ma/pretcribe the accounts For paper used and to be used for printing leers, eighteen thousand and 'sixty dollars the sum of twp thousand two. hundred and the moneys appropriated! by this act.shall 1 be 80fema! 'VOIce,'said- '- ,' "-.*", Vt t

r. ruth diVburwaient to 'be audied and for the Hoot of Representatives for and forty nine c.-nts. sirty dollars and thirty'four cent;(and to applied to the payment bf any expenses incurred -O?,' and, each. : pf JOfl4O,5OtiflT7

id at.the tietry tn.tbe ,same manner as the first setwion of the Thirty second Congress For pay of ten regimen regular troops George R. Stints the sum of hun-), prior to the' fil'sfday- July, one swear in tht presence" of! the present,,cbnipanyi -.l'

: accounts of other civil officers 'charged ,- sixteen thonsand four hundred and eight thousand five horde and forty seven,. dred and fifty eight dollars'and-fifty cents, !'. thousand :-.eight hundred and fifty two," be, ;that yotiwiJl perform'towaid.I eacb,
th;: the **binn ent of public money. eleven) dollars ad fifty cents; dollars and fifty cent. additional I allowance made to them as deputy.I and the saute l is.hereby, repealed, $o far as other, all,'sil'gular.! the functions'ofr"hu -,!

.' il.said disbursing agent .shall report io For aperforthe printing of the two house -I I For pay of volunteer under resolution surveyors' under the surveyor general of it,relates to t appropriation I lor lighthouses band and wife, as the,ca iPresdentliis disbnrementjjiid proceeij of Congress for the second session of of the eighth of August' one_thousand eight Wisconsin 'and'luwa, "and In accordancewith !!contained In'sald act, exce1tas'1oth light- best'of ynurkuowledge; and 'abiIityiQ,1eI,Ij,(.

in lime to be presented to Congresstht.eommencemellt' the Thirty second Congress, being for the hundred and forty six, seven thousand one i the recommendations and estimates of :, houses whicrfbave been contracted for, to you God." ,_i ,. _J .

; of each annual' setm fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June,eighteen hundred and fifty three dollars and( seven the Commissioner of .Lhe'Geifhal Land | be erected upon the Pacific coast;" and ;that : odaswhea&'texc1aimedtbJatberofthebnisle. .

sod at any other time'when"requ red ; hundred and fifty three, one hundred teen cents.Fo'r OflSqe ind!. the Secretaiy! of the .ntrior"1 the;,Secretary-.of the" Treasury be,. and,he .. v ,* ,:\i&-
: 1\the Completion of the repairs' of the and four thousand and sixty four dollars ; pay of eleven regiments of volunteers,j dated re'sV>ectiyeIy on the eley'eth. fonr-I, is hereby aolhorixed pay,to John, AlcRev- ---: 1 .
grcBsional Library room, authorized byct For compensation to the Superintendent twenty six thousand nini hundred and nine te rh of February, hundrel and nolds the sum of One thousand'dollars lori I JAcISOJ:, ) i."*., (May*. .-Democrah : I
,approved March nineteenth. eigb- of Public Printing, and the two clerks and ty eight dollars and sixty nine cents. fifty three.- i eXlPiiSS incurred by'him i in 'removing :ma- Nominaliont In :l1lUunpp,. 'ftic,followingnominations & 1 '

ft hundred and fifty' -two, twenty thousand. messenger in hifroffice, four'thousand three For pay of volunteers, sixty__ eight thou- i'or )payment ojb mC'JWit WuniW? ,kr4J4..moc4lbe VJ' cQulltruCli. ofa.. lighthouse .havebeen made. bjtheDeino.craticipanl : ..w .

:r.nnmlrw or compeopATtatfrr, inree ncn, at .one -toyr'Em aeTcntx.8ix.jlollarsjyiid! lhirty 1 and one ,I -eu, dollins W. L-tne ';$ ,G. W. Ba'rbour, Indian i Agent_ ., baviigcbafr-d ,.t he'.Me'g4flihe-depaluien1! ofthisState. ."I."HiL'IJ ,
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tar |per day each, for one year, to finish For blank books,advertising for proposalsfor For.thremontbi'extra pay, two hundreT, t'Callfornianpn.'R ,McKet dlsr&l were-tldtYcre &A materalsSrc. I r-\.r.m OfI. .T..n : : : ,- -,'t'P" 1' '
dollars. : .' Si JAnd'be 'it further enaaea. i nai ForAaditer-Mndison1eAJee, "t QrI : :. ; ,
I keep in order Lafayette Square, one paper, postage, etc., one thonsand five thousand ; suppliesand j '
usauii and ninety five dollars : hundred and fifty dollars; For services of private physieians one furnished said! aeut special contract. I:the' officers appointed assist the soperinlendeut For, S cietary.f tm-W.c., .''a-"t4lff .-,.1
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"or cluing: Lafayette Square with ann To enable the Clerk of the House of hundred and thirty. dollars t\'ely while treating with : in said State, j,! of the naval astronomical.. For AuirxiiyenersI-D.Ccleua Disic-WLa,,r, '

fence, five thousand one Lundred dolFor Representatives. to comply. with. the resolution cents three thousand eight' hundred and twenty ,..tion in Chili, duecteJ' by.the, act of the third For 5th CongTesttrbnal- ayBarksJate. J
I of the House of -Representatives- passedon ,For pay of Florida mditia on account or'>! five dollars. :, of August eighteen hundred and forty eight, _:'., .t ,
; completing the work of the seventh i the twenty second of December, one subsistence, one thousand thirty nine dollars For the service of a striker in the shop of''I''shall' be allowed an increased cbm'pensatiou For 3rd .Congressional Dii" .-. ,. .J

ins,and to prepare the same for publica- I thousand eight hundred and fifty'two,, to and thirty nine cent: the Delaware Indians, from August .rst, i I in a rateable proportion according to pay Singleton / .' i\ 1 1'j j
n. twenty five thousand dollars; I pay John S. Littell per diem and mileage For subsistence often regiments of regular eighteen hundred and.twenty three: to ,. fan l rank, at the time of departure from tbe This ticket issaid to be..compromlle. '

'or stationery, printing blank'forms and while contesting the seat of John Robbins, troops, six1 hundred and eighty four dallars I gust thirty first, eighteen! ,hundred, and, (United States,to tbe allowance made to the tween the' Union and, Stale / .
the first and cents. /i six; and for the services of a smith I 1'said superintendent by the act, of March. craU. -,. -fcJn e' j
ulation, furniture binding books and jr., during thirty Congress, two eighty six twenty .f .
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ncellaneons items in the office of the ComIoner thousand three hutdred and seventy six For the payment of such sums as maybe I and striker in the shop of the Senecas" 'and /third, eighteen hundred and fifty"on'e, CEC.PS is SOUTH:WCSTIUIH' Gxozaui' : 1

of Pensions tea thousand dol-! dollars ; to pay Hendrick B. Wright per due tc individuals under the act March 1 I Shawnees of Lewistown. from sevelteent.d:fpiid out of any moneys in tbe treasury not The following, is an.extract'fruma --letter I
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I while I hundred and fifteen, for of November, eighteen hundred thirty ;I otherwise appropriated. $
S. diem and mileage contesting the seat third, eighteen property ant dated Baker Ga. 11tb,18.33This ..
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the yard, three to fifteenth February, eighteen bun- SEC. 6. And be further enacted That the county j
For engraving for fifty one thousand five of Henry M. Fuller during the Thirty sec destroyed by burning navy : section at promises a ahravj i
in the eighteen dred and eight, deducting. al! amounts 1 time for bids under the act of thud present .
,dred and twenty copies; of the median- ond Congress one thousand nine hundred in the city of Washington, year thirty ,, receiving We have bad in the lat few
I part of the Patent Office Report for eigh- and thirty nine dollars and twenty cent ; hundred and fourteen, the amount to paid for such service during said period, of July, one thousand eight hundred and days crop year. fine .seasons--:sad Abe. general I
John Taliaferro diem and mileage be ascertained by the accounting and lor balance lue for services on Seneca fifty two, for the erection of a mint in California very -
o i hundred and fifty one-two, (1851-2,) to pay per proper opinion prevails that cotton'and cora: ioo&betiec 1 j 14-1- -
e hundred and eighty five dollars; ; : while contesting the seat of John P. Hun., officers of the treasury, the sum of seven mill-dam a estimated for by the proper department -. beexiended, ; to the first'orApril, one than usual at this season of the yearvl F.

ro pay for the Congressional Globe andpenliJand jgerford! during the Twelfth Congress two I hundred add fifty dollars. two thousand two hundred and I thousand eight"hundred. and. fifty. ,. three,. and, .. find, from my..intercourse.with lbs" phUK z
the Annals of Congress or- i LunJred and twenty two dollars; i For the purpose of completing the pedestal twenty nine dollars. > that the flum.o[ three 'hundred.tnousaim ioi- I 'ere, thai lucre is a much larger proportion -
ed forth UK of the Library of the Hout-e For salary of an assistant dragoman and of the equestrian statue of Andrew Jack- For compensation of five members of the lars appntpriated.by by saiJ act, or Ff,much ot cotton planted' throughout .the' county
the legation to fifteen and the erection ofa House of Representatives, appointed a com-1 I thereof as may l he necessary.shall be applied i
Representatives, under the resolution of secretary to Turkey, eon in Lafayette square than usnaL and we mar took for ",iu'
: House-of September tweuty eight, eigh- hundred dollars : Prodded, That said office suitable iron railiug around the same, mitUe of investigation upon all lads touching only to the erection and putting i operationa this in Baker: ounty'th.. Yfir'J l lcrol'

n hundred ami fifty, four thousand five be discontinued on and after the thirtieth three thousand dollars. the connexion of Tno'nas Corwin, Secretary mint in California/and not to the purchase before, unless year the fall disasters overtake t.-I'' .
ndred dollars; day of June one thousand eight hun For salaries of .nine supervising and fiftylocal of the Treasury, with the Gardiner ot any building for that purpose. ._ '..* y.ir.! ,, ,
To enable the Clerk of the House of Rep- dred and fifty three; inspectors appointed| under act ap- claim and authorized to sit durinj the recess SEC. 7. And be it further enacted. That CoNJ'UgUTIOJI ori 71J&PEnnn-JD 1

ntayve* 4o furnish, pay for, and deliver For clerk hire at the legation of the United proved'Auust' thirtieth, one thousand eight between the, first and second sessions when gold or silver shall be cast into barsor TlLLuv.-We learn, through a passenger,.i -I

same)books to fire new members of the States at London for one year, eight hundred and fifty two for the better protection of tbe present Congress the sum of three t ingots or formed into disks at the' mint of on the RailroaJ.'lbaOhrTurpeMtiaej.DtfNtillervof -
hundred dollars the lives of by thousand.eight hundred'and forty dollars, the United States eranynf the branches : -
sent Congress' as per resolution of said ; of passengers stem I Barnum&Eountreeiitziat. ae&:.
use, passed twenty sixth July, eighteen For relief of such of the Cuban prisonersnot boat with travelling and other expenses, in or so much tbtreof'as may' be necessary. to thereof, or at any assay office of the United the South Carolina R iird'sam' 2limil* J

idrrd and fifty two four thousand, five citizens of the U. States as were pardoned cured by .them, fifty'three thousand eight pay the said respectively eight! States, the -charge for refining' casting, or from Charlestpn-"was entirely'eqnsiirneSy .
drej dollars,; .. by the Queen of Spain, and bent out hundred and seventy dollars arid fifty cents. dollars per day for the, period, they, were forming said bars, ingots, or disks'shall be fire at about one:o'clock. A.M yesterdaj.:, '
?
"or compensation"of live clerks, author- of her dominions by the United States minister To supply a deficiency in the appropriation detained Washington. i in discharge of the equal to but'not exceed the actual cost of The conflagration 'presented'V'ma iuiceal I I
Madrid and the American consultat of the east wing of duties of their appointment. the operation, including labor, wastage use inflammable of the
I to. be annoinled, aud emnloved by the at for the completion spectacle, t"e. nature I qmaterial.cassing
unasler- .Ceneral-- ,-under- -----J--the 'J Gibraltar, seven hundred and thirteen the Patent Office building, the sum of forty To enable the clerk of the House of Representatives of machinery, materials, &C. to be regulated of the the flame*..to,, agi.wWl. I

lion .:of'.1.be'act' of thirty first .AU ---I dollars and thirty four cents; four thousand dollars. to pay Peter Force.and John from time to.time by Secretary the niost furioos and, ck ou ,jyiolf'ce; : rand
of of the.Treasurv '
iteen hundred and fifty two four tbnuid For extra clerk hire and copying in the For deficiency in the appropriation heretofore C. Rives for one hundred and t o copies* .. trea*n ry.' And the Secretary the- in volumes' of irrunense and appaUJn / ,
of State thousand dollars made the bureau of '1 opograpbical tbe third volume of,the fifth series American is hereby authorized to regulate mag:1it uJe. 'The stopped
five handred and four dollars and nine- Department two ;ji to coin can eareposito ;
silver authorized
cents i For clerk hire, office rent, fuel, lights, and Engineers three hundred and fourteen dollars Archive," or documentary hi8tory.r.of I sizes and devices, of the new amendatory take in wood,and gave ibi, pas eager ;
"or compensation to an' assistant rr day stationery for the Superintendent of Jndian and thirty, cents, to enable said bureau the United States; for the new embers of by an act entitled "Aa act to the half- full bpportiiniiy! to guest the,tcrnfic..bI.a.CluJTlntoJi 1 -

itchraB of the General Port Office, from I Affairs. in Oregon, two thousand four hnn- to pay to Loristorr Averill an account the House hundred of and the Twenty seventeen sixth copies Congress of rthe dollar of quarter'dollar the ezistingIawsrelative, dime, and half dime," 'Courier.. ".. -""t'."} cI' c-

e fifteenth of September, eighteen hundred died dollars ; him not exceeding that sum. one and' that to -T I r--as:
I of of the acting Secretary same volume for,the ew .members of. the passed at the present session, 'PaasWxxT- Pixjirc ,,1x0 TBE, Moxaj'.
id fifty two until the thirtieth of June I For Traveling expenses Superintendent For compensation hundred devices also the models [
jjhteen hundred and fifty three, four hun-I Indian Afikirs in Oregon, and agentstherein of the Territory of Utah, from the fourteenth Twenty seventh Congress, one ,procure such as dies for Docraiss- -Tbe; New' York; Jovnulnif .; : '
hundred and copies of the same volume for the new moulds, and matrices, or original aletter} from <:ii
ed and eeventy.five dollar; two thousand dollars ; of October, eighteen fifty one 1 i authorized by said Commerce'publishes VVasbng
.For navment. of the amount due William For general incidental expenses of the to the twenty sixth oi October, eighteen meu'bers.9f, .Twenty"! eighth i Congress_ I Ii I the coins, .,_disks; ingots. ., ,.-----.1 ton.- intimatins that.lh.AdwiBistratioii bare_
-' ; -: under' the- sixteenth article- of-"-the" Indian service in tbe Territory of Utah, hundred and fifty t o,. one thousand eight i one hundred and one copies: oi toe ui' act the director oi inc the mini is cwpuwvacu of the :adopted new.line of policy towards'Joretgtr :
I Twe'ntynintb Secretary
of the '
for the'lIemenbers with the approval :
treaty of eighteen hundred and twelve thousand dollars; hundred and.fifty nine dollars uud sixteeDcent" volume for that nations regard to iheal.iira'ofthe'&mer'ican .
For of the second of ten instalments : Con re"s one hundred and. sixteen Treasury to engage temporarily : .continents,"*-that, w> tflKay1'J-"th'ejr '*
aDd ix, being the.balance of an payment artist
.f.lliamS of more -
volume for the new services one or
foar tmndrcf and five dollars by in provisions merchandise, etc., and To pay James S.Buckley for services as copies of tbe same purpose the have determined enforce the Mmrbe doe : '
ione.. under said two the transportation of the same to certain keeper at.the navy yard Eastern Branch members'of' the 'jhirtielb Cbngress.one hundred distinguished Ill their respective. departments trine with 'a nnre; .lextcndiig 'far' it
treaty the
I and thirty !four copies of the same who shall be paid for such services from baa been held4 b. -lie 'doeJ>5 .
ndred a "fifty Jive dollars of wbicb was tribes of Indian per seventh article of the bridge from fourth December, eighteen hundred mint And beyond,what .
the i '
id out olrtb/e appropriation "for 'carrying i treaty of Fort Laiamie of sevetln of September and forty eight, 'to July first 'eighteen volume for the new. members of the .Thirty i contingent appropriation' trine.of .Mr.-Monroe, byhi modem:or'eo-1'' i. : s
'al J' thirty the" three rent coin nowaothonzeJ '
one'hundred hereafter *
thousand hl hundred and four hundred and first Congress, and that interprelrrsv" Tbe-'pith's rfi th
Cbefokee
to eflectth* treaty of eighteen ,one fifty hundred and fifty, at fifty new'mem '! shall be made of tbe.weightof temporary
,-, mdred and thirty five and,". six cue bun- one, sixty thousand dollars : Provided, That dollars per annum, seven hundred and eight copies'of tne same volume second for the in all by fiftieths law of the weight of the half revelations made by- theoarnawritrr" .M,
? Congress, three .
bern of.the Thirty ( to ,
the-Claylbiv-Bulwer'trealyw
said begot
ihall he until the
and dollars the same not paid dollars. ,
red
fifty ; of
and
said ; the
dol-- in .act
volumes ,atsixteen; dollar, as provided Islgoki.toIe1.ci
of Indians shall, have assented to the eighteen hundred rid of that this giirerhment
tribe :
To pay GrtTgory Ennis, executor of Philip For payment of arrearages due to David and six mills rolum v, standard of fineness. And the said act *
nye cents per same exclasiveelaitn beb.
amendments of the Senate of 'the United lars forty if itcan ao
1nnis, deceased balance due of the painting up
nponaconrtJoThniBgTiplhe Fiii hah; superintendent th't thirteen.thousand1 one hundred 'and sixty entitled "An ''amendatory: 'of existing ,iuleroceanie'inUrcoorse'i in'CnuiL'aa. '
& low ground south of Stales to tbe above recited treaty; exterior walls of the Patent Office ,and die half dollar. quarter dollar fits of: **> '
service Office De- two dolUrs and lorty cents )laws relative to America-in diort to, tolerate! .no psdrM.-. 1
For the of the Post
i
he rr iid'nUoui authorized ot -
by act hundred and seven shall take effect
buildings one dime
f
halt ,
and
Treasury. dime f
\
the House of Representatives lion the p"rtIf any.fore'JtD jpower
hundred 1 Clerkof
third hundred >artme it'a sum nut exceeding five :Tb enable the the on tijr
March ,eighteen and." tony, | dollars and fifty cents. and be in fullTo'ice' from and after first 0
tine, tt.elUIn of four1 hundred and 'esventy. and five:thousand dollars, to supply a deficiency len For repairs of _vessels I employed in' thecoastsurVeYtefl to pay for reporting and pub- of' April, bce- thousand eight': hundred I participate in tbe'pririlegeswhlcb tnat'/ree-,
Unhid "i
of Ttiir
day "States
cOftf&
columns*
our dollar and fifty four cent; in the revenues' of said; Department thousaud dollars. li hmg eighthuiidred an*fifty thing therein tonhe intefconrse'may .r I
For expenses bi the Board'of:Vinitors at ta meet the appropriations tuerefor 'for the deficiency in the'contingentexpense f the'prueeedingsot the ,1100:111..of. Represen- and fihtvtbreeany I .are'to act inde'|>enaentybl f'lfOtbei 1ioait.".
To supply.a .
the tiliury, Academy five: JiondreJ ..andfifty'ter l one thousand eight:hundred and fifty- of the Secrefaryof Utives of the second1"sessibri: of the Thirty contrary. -- 'hain, lu all matter; relative j t tbis'i. 1iliiii.c
year of the office : the .Daily' Globe! ; ,at t SEC. 8.And btfr further tnatted, :. r.: ? L'rutia Sti .rnta
dollar nod eighty thrre cents duee.' the nding.thir- wcbnd"Congress' in late ..col ll ts 1
en ; the f.11er the"settlement of,bis accpantJs the 4t't at "tFIlOrrHi1 .
For expense >wbicb-inay be mcurred in For the reappropriatJon of the followinIIIlIns Treuurfor, fifty three, seven dollars and fiftv'centtf per columni-six of' '' \ifSari Francisco, in tbe '. SPIne r 'I, 9.:1)i! ."d
.
five lector._ port ... __
'the Cervices themastera't carried to the fond per'war nt dol thousand three:;bunTred.fld, seventy.. i' ,
d &k1LoI1tdziif surplus four thousand five hundred and fifty a'j 'of CaliTornia- allowed ereud ior Dye is reported 3certiiiiiju&Cs ,* 'P., 'I'N
State
Ud .*j'f !t n vrsseln! e ti!,1g number lIeent dated twentieth of $Jltember, law. dollars :f and to ?enable tne'of this sa1a"JOnn House for I. thousand dollars advanced to 1..Neely-Jobu.) aq tbe.tfpwt Wf. .i i ias
citizen and American vessel fromsbipwreckjtwAthOUafld OH. thonwad eight-hundred and I fifty-two, ; ; Rives to pay the reporter w' have bee 4.oi4 ,
America damages ,to,, and t.the improvemeiii dollars 50nfor-taking the seventhceususjApproved l ,TJ b ..1uJQIRapper1QIro.Jone \ (
:' of I .For.repair! this session,the sum of wren' Kper '
doJlars I Provided .under tbe provisions of the tenth MCUOII ,!! '
thousand March t 3. 18S3.Tt --- 1 .
of one, of -
Lafayette sqflare for.the
sbull he ex'end d! the act entitled **An act making'appropriation column, instead of four reporters -. .__- Jpneaan. two "
That thi !1OflE7! unaer hundred and seventy eight' dol! the three "-v*, -, Spirit of.John weraby. T yalR I'
1.19 ditetjon of4l .,President LIthe:l TJufted fortheclirl and diploniatieexiense5 two the Congressional! l Globe;. nttt''i ,'be ..t A Krarucxrhundefjroared .,.,: '.nl eiJ &ny\ happy-tV T.-1unttZ
much 'a
,, &itea1T; ; + ;: of the GOYem Je t:for the, -year ending the. lar f'- United States' tbbosaha'dollar or So !:*the'1 may Clerk the moon.i >nedlvtbei] tars S.-"y ,4a-all but one..thing.* ".f. ntptaIi4I
'of tbe
; For compensation of Senator* for UH thirtieth of J anemone, '-thousand"eight' hundred 'For compensation necewary.forHbat purposeand winked, the *ky was complete web-gen- \ ba' ""I' 't1'r._ I 1 ;4Ia.dU$
; year ertamjf tbirtietb Jane, eighteen'buudret and fifty-three/and for'other purposes" assayer at San FrnesCuorni! ; from' uf thUHoose; autbor ecUo'pa11he same llemen.'of the janr. airkirng'darkness on :1 1ftthe wpnId1withzt ,callln.4tir
:
and fifty' 4httetin addition; 1 pnrJpriaT.iipoh : apjirovedtbirtyfirst of August,'one thousand the first of Januar i bten andfiftyiwb to said B.iveafor that. rpoae. tbii"' iJtbt' anayet tbi,man'' -'did; 'jit) the"- pnnterV.as: 'I" proraiid. O'illL.W.11tbilt I''

*retof 0re made ndj,incioJin} that L for4b.4alre5.ioaaccf.m etgbt,hundred.aiuj.fifty-two! ,'to:.be"applied to 'thir f June' eighteenhundred 'To enable'tbft.QcdK' c balance,Uoose-of' due; for Rep re- 1..li u..._. .fAr1hnnlrht.-.- ..---"- Ateal .forth',inter' the, retnrn to earth 1_wtmki 4o-,*l o ,.jV,1lR'Do'vba1 .
&lJ I fourth f.of the1 ymentofi111eJ n ea' fncpmd''Prior! and fifty tbree.'seren tousand'tivi I rentatives pay'a; -f ,shade pf ajonely farmer.'* house.vuLhenmd l I? ,' .n ifj j,istiV '
$
Jarettj V Vighteen'-'bundred; and fifty., three tit the "r day July, one -,thou' Od eight bondred, dollars elerk'hire\:' InTbeoffice, : or I porting aiiariublishihg1he1iproceeding| the'rW 11II8IOn'-ot.-th. ,there maliciously,pMened. bis; brindle' S- ,c.1''o th>1'09I'/ MI.lf ,
twenty fire thousand dollar hundred and ftytwo-uuder, tbiToUowing :Foremporr i the House during : fir.' yIlentk;I('-''Convict feun, aiul' Ow prayers .four.dollaraburit wn* ,'JMe31S -
; ; 'Office ,'?being lixty. I
second Congress ii
p' .Tor-: tingeut :ezp nse* of tbeenzte.g bead'v%: -I- the Po 'Dprent Thirty I .the-rateof.even of a nation are jours; -. ". :B:'jNo lderoted esqtoyoIKI1.
W', -a-i ."L' For ilitary.Stations on' route'to 'Oregon, bnethouiiand.dpllars; ; columns: and one-line,at .--' '- '-"' ', wife W: paJ' t..I .'UfL" 1YOG.
thousand hundred and three* dollars -' f omensatiOfl7Ue: :AfJ" : dollar and fifty cents percotumnIOur ftf -
three two :
,
J
"ta1Setiita&aI thousand dollars 'Etr'rr IT.1I 5 wil\.b\r. Ita".t' ta jJ
; ;,twenty ; .- : '. ,.;- nrsl architect dred a eigblysevett doltansandfif1YIOnt DosT BsUtvi: ; : a mania
: ,
-1- p ia tRDty"lfW.JM ." 1f 'artit.hired y ti yq:1eM._ a.n..ti..l
-y ; uix rbundr .iid '** : .al ; Jerseysojaz1Aat bejias an : J -
.Fon.eret service; Mexico nineteen btsideatb;, centa;. ,.* Jt &*-.iw at :
: I''J money ; / v$ 'a enjoy eternal happiness,to ico f.nsa-- .
; t$1t.eI'Mf ..T I ; "" ** month draw his breath with
..b two thootandor *..itJlld"d thousand five hundred and fourteen dot* Iwenty fire dollars* r To enable the Clerk of the House of Rep- by the :to discharge that debt,and ;DJaIi8I.,- ,;'' -
the, roads ..
lead pencil.
For laying out and frTareflms for four copies -
lara and fitly cents: frsentatires to pay twenty mine '
Congressional Globe and binding the For Mexican hostilities, ten thousand a walks, purchasing m&ar and trees, oi Congressional Globe and Appendixof timlde. RI will do a* you bid me.* ".
came one thousand eight hundred tad forty fir* hundred and auty-nine dollar and six seeding down House in grass the laar. lat the second session of, the Thirty second Nee temere, nee_
of the -
tbtee dollars; cent Pmiet'a It1'-

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' Uvcrjr In Kentucky. 'HIII1A ll1IllhiUi! ? A.direct route' for soch'.a Road. -will'not ex I.O.O.F.. ; ,; He U.. f .t$.l_.PtWaid.ai._ ,' '' A.ACaa0T. ___ IiosiofTowf.

A Kentucky wiper expresses its .perfect ceed one.hundred, miles in length"and if ::'1'heGrand' Lodge of the T.OOF.ir Man adjourned peeting of Fire Wardens, J aecounf vtJk( Florida.
JadtontW
i eonttction that if tIle slaves of Kentoc- stretchingsouthwesteriy'! TampavU will ; auemblediriI'a1ah .tbe 4 Room1on',the evening of r
(3t negro J ACXSd'N.VILVE: to ,his, State, se, on btl4.,atvthe Coaei 1852. _
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ky could vote upon emancipation connect:, : not exceed from, available! the session for iwo'd Warden were
3ti to I ,; any, point on Itb an_!. continued i tbe;10th init.tthe; following, *
it matt of necessity be, with their removal Inst I I TbtfobBooTmjriAprtltf.
from the State large majority would vote Thurd;y,-Mar' I9t 1853. Su'John's, 'one hundred and seventy miles. y.. 5''p. present, viz :, MessraBoars, Chairman; OfA. M. ..dlOf Li m., II16

t 'I.ift 1 fcgainat being emancipated. It A'N "We c .* 'V' Y' .' Either! way it 'trill 'ran through. a country.. Te Grn'd office rs':for the coming year Barret'Secretary;'B'arbe Canota, Oak and J.Fbep grand & .0

I.tll know an instance where a number of family ta-For our entire local and other Legal 1 rapidly increasing in population i by substantial Williams. Jano. 5 O & llol. $If 0

ft, "' 4'.I' servants amounting to forty, 'were called and general Business Cards see first page. emigration, and in which there will be a M. D. Papy, M VV. Grand Master. Committee,appointed to..draft t and,report 4$ 2 Of J. A. B o ;romnd r\, 00ibi9.OfWia.Blue
and l freedom tendered to I < 000Aug6.
JEJL
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t It t I rt- tbt'ir. Z homogeneousness of interest in such a work. him;>'D.: W. : n'. which wereadopted at
t." (bWl ft'm mTIIiiitllbty; would emigrate The Florida nal1l'Oad.fl' W. De -GranIWan By-laws presnted'tb. following, D L : 0

1fJ.. to Liberia. The slaves requested time to One million of dollars would ,complete a direct A. B. Clark, R. W. :'._ -4 ._ D' J D. 100

ti ; ben titicas; : granted they Tbe following is the,second section of Road from the St. John's to the Gulf, J.'W.Argyle;R.'VV. Grand Secretary.S. 1st. officer of the Board of Fire Sep24. D"D i: PD D t/10 00 0
: I fixed time for reporting the result of their the charter granted at the last session of the Te consist of '2 '
a Jacksonville shall a
: and we now have upou both sides of the S. R. W. Grand, Treasurer._ 0& 1. D Del 10 0
fk.; 'c deliberations-and at the appointed time General Assembly! of this State,for the Road which Knigbt Snpenntendant, a Secretary.and a Treasurer. 1 D t 4 0
steamboat nnection Dot
A1 1I unanimously refused the offer. Every in title peninsula a B. Loeb, W. Grand Conductor. NOT S D i: Dot: 4 0
under above
the
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docemajthatcnu1al be offered! by the "mas- with the Road would complete a'line of J: R. Meginniss.AV.; Grand Guardian 2d. It shall be the duty of the Superintend D *) 80001S53.
That the D
w. :It 1erh m'istress'Vas tendered, but they SEC. 2. Be it ftirter enacted FlorMa travel and communication speedy and as Wm. Cooley, VV. Grand Marshal.1Graliara *. to control and direct his associate I' .2.. It '1
in En
g. ::1' would not accept Jhe If ... Nor is this! bynt1Wiiiiolitary said Rail Road shall commence of the Atlantic't Ocean- good as direct between New York and New "i -_ _' -r Warden at .each and every' fire that may 3&a& Do P Do Del 0
ron-some tributary of Jane"has been i 8. 0
tale. The freemen of for the month tbe limits of the town D
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within tbe limits of the State, of Florida, Orleans. Thus would be secured a desideratum ; occur,within corporate 15. jpo Do 0
Kentucky are'not more'devoted to the soil received from tbe publishers., aloo,to, at,.all meetings of the Fire ofj.FlnegsforgvouadnS i '
preside
Ocean admit 10
outlet the
having a sufficient, to ,to of which has been long ..
r.J the benefit
of the State than the slaves are and thereUVstrengtb Ap Of Wm. HI &
,
.
, title of har h 2
: ..j'f. i of affection betwrea the parties of the passage of Sea Steamers, and demanded by'the whole Unihn,'aid, which: The Popular Educator is the .a .Aren. shall be the- duty of the- Secretary Of C D, t c' i ,,5 0
shall through the Eastern and Southern t 'number of"which' we : -
run first
,hat'wbtrtd b e incredible to those who look. would accrue more immediately too, r,own publication, the to.keep a correct record of the proceedings 1 1396181
of the Stale in the most eligible direc- : 1
& r at it from abroad." _part L L __ __._ __ ._'L..____ have received, from Alexander M ,n of the meetings ,of the Wardens in a book _
It ; J ? lion 10 some point nay arm or inuuiary m, $tate" or'eri 1852. Cr.- amountsApril :
.The"Riclinond; Morning Mail copies the 17 Spruce; street, New York. The kept for that purpoe. -
Gulf of in Florida Southof ,
N1ulb State
, i t' the Mexico Under the bill we have half of ihe 8. Col. Bnffington's order fa favoif
of the Treasu-
It shall be the
b e, nd'.Jd*; "The Mime may be said of the Suwannee river, having sufficient thework conveys its design, which .i van. 4th.' dnty G.,Steven.yort on 'eomeVj
{ Virgihw', :where slaves often decline free- outlet for Steamers to be determined bya lands which may he drained by the Road the contents of the rer.to collect all monies that may come into brld ., < 161 tr
sea in
!
',v.L 'onv and removal tu another State. Asa with the ofa and there would be no difficulty !jn\obtaining ously'exemplified' the hands of the Wardens by means of the June 10. C. M. Cooper's bill for work
Ii ,. ,00 servuntsln the competent Engineer, approval \ number.fi65"Those. ,of fines or otherwise, and, pay .'cemetery causeway, 6009
gentraT h c'asnof
i d alternate imposition
l' t. llit. majority of the directors of said Company.The a grant of land fiom Congress, 23. A. Meir's kill of posts for eon .
the discretion of the Board by
out at ,
treated them
slaves.
'. world is i as kindly as Virginia .
: wfll! 1500
;' district of State its route. we lave no wishing purchase a selected &
the comprehended sections along
draft from Snperintendant.with the attestation
. t ,: There 'a'esofcaurse. of harsh and! cruel < '- ; July 19. G.dFowis&Co'.bfl1prfut 2500
"t," t; Dut ,'-ji:>.t as'we will.find{ in the world under the name of Souih Florida includes I provision from the internal improvement and fresh slock of Dm?* and ,Medi I I of the Secretary. Aug 7. C. Ore w's bill for printing; '2500

I.10, ', cruel 'pareDl' school teachers, masters of the tier of countieson the, Gulf from: the fund; of the State ; but we should! rake an cines. are referred to, the advertisement of 5th. In cases of the absence of the SIperintpndant -, 16..8. Bnffineton. bal of Fairta: i'

v,: -'i. 2t resself, &cbnt? they are few in number Suwannee southward, and within the judicial effort to begin the work independently of JOHN M. PANE in another place. at fires or at meetings Warden of the C."Co'M..Cooper's b lumber. order for etmtttiIT. work s. '2213
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of the
and the rule. If the Wardens. it shall he the duty
... I exceptions to general S. S 00
\ :. district so designated. A Railroad! that aid. A pioporticn of'said fund! is appropriated the number to take cemetery
. peculiar institution impose* burthens too ftjJWe refer those who may have business present holding highest Sept 15. S. Bnffiogttn'f order (Ivor 1W. \

h"ti! ir heavy tqbeb.ariae."n; ncy class, ilia certainly therefore, might he made to run, under this conditionally to the "Central"Road of an important character before the command, a also to preside. .Konoqf. for rarvqrUg e m*
:' flot ou the.black" direct and and the whole of it would not 6th. Six Wardens shall be requisite to \ M 00
either east west
J'5L
on a .
:: : .. provision, ; yet Departments at Washington, to the Cardof form for the transaction, of business .25. Ji.Bown'bffl retuudafradnr ,
i
a
quorum
; tj hundred miles of a U* returns for ISO 10 M
St. John's
the to
line from on build than one
some point more
Montgomery feud l'cusacola. Railroad. Hon. JOHN S. who announces '
iI 'I GULUE *. Oct\' :2. CUrk It Butler's bin laaber for
i .', ;rI the Gl'Jlfor, upon a southwest line from said I route more than three times that length. himself engaged in the prosecution of 7th. The Superintendant shall have power cemetery, 10 64
:I t. 'We-insert below the list of directors elected .
$ vannah NOT 22. M.Bnffiington'i order fawr of IV
I anrllearn,, fine not exceeding twenty
river, to terminate at Tampa. From all we can see to impose a ,
f i. .by the Alabama and FloriJa Railroad! Claims upon dIe Government. The important I Fire D.Allen for posts for ecnetary 11 25

j, 4 I, :, a... Company. We are assured by our own The capital stock required by the charterof seems to be abandoning the schema of a official position the surrender of I ((20)shall dollars absent, himself upon any from any Warten.yho 23. B.T. Livingston F. Toiriuend'i i bill merekudis, 1 2!
bill
I they are men distinguished character the FloriJa Railroad is one million of connection through Florida to Pensacola by work on
delegates the '
r : a which a change of administration has de- the rendering of such excuse as Super market 1 61
:I and rnunied influence. The Hon. Thos. of hundred late subscription having he I, 27. k Boulter's bill lumber
t dollars. distributed into shares one a new Road, a volved on Mr.G.. is of itself a sufficient assurance intendant shall deem satisfactory, and Moodj
I J. Judge has been elected as President of the of Mobile of one likewise have the t,/ a. bridge IS OS
! .J : Alabama Company ; better selection could dollars each, which capital Mock maybe been made by,the city of professional character and qualifiations. "hal power wilful imps 29. J. H.lieRof1'.bill merchandize, 3 25 I II
the
ifot have been mad. He is a gentleman of increased when found necessary. Booksof million dollars to the Girard Roal:!, which fine in case of Dee 3. E. L. Harrison fc Co'f do 1 SIFernsndet I
Warden such duty '
of to
: refusal any perform ,Bisbee& C, 4o 1 01
:t : .'\.' .. '. great penonal worth, distinguished for energy subscription weie to be open at Jackson will form a connection with Georgia at Columbus .- -, 'L L at. fires as he may see fit to assign them. J. A. Barbee'i bill for work fee,' 37 &I
I 1. comprehensive talent, and ,unlimited: ville, St. Augustine, Newnansville, Palatka, and thus give that State! egress to HON. U. U. UABELL returned 10 laiianas- 8th. Any Warden! feeling himself); aggrieved 18. News Office bill printing Been**, 3 W

'f! \ confidence us'to tire successful result of this Ocala, and Tampa, within sixty days after the Gulf. see last Thursday, having been detained loner at the imposition of a fine by tbe lUlb VV. 8.to Don market ldaoa',repairing bill making bridge,
I.ational We be-
graat t'lUeqirise.; iuceiely of
than he by an accumulation of Superintendant, shall have the privilege 'ZSl
. I Jieve the road i IaI! hOW based! principles the passage of the act-each subscriber !:0 We have statements tint parties in expected &c. I
upon
Board of Fire Wardens.hnd 5
: .
;' an appea' to the >
,I' business band at the close of the sessionof
:" pt that.will! guarantee a cpeedy completion. pay to the Commissioners the sum of one Charleston are about embarking in a Florida on a majority of guild Board may cause such fineor Jan 6. C. Drew's bill printing tax cot

. f.tt; -: : The Alabama and Florida. Railroad Con- dollar on each share subscribed for. Road; but what authority there is for Congress and! subsequently by personal fines to be remitted.9th. receipts 4 2 S

, r nntOII-Tl1e .Montgomery Journal of Wednesday The Commissioners, on receipt of paid these newspaper assertions we are not in indisposition and that of some of his family. The Superintendant shall hare the 8. S. Buffingtoa'i, &.'&liH&., drsyago for n M

- ..t.' : says: The Conveition; of the Alabama subscriptions and money, are required to formed. We hope they be well found. lie is now very well. power to call meetings: of the Wardens at 1. 10. cemeteiy D.: MoCnen'i bilt nwrcbandiM, 2 2S
. t'.. .t II and Florida Railroad Delegates \\ere may [Sentinel, 10th indo such times as he may deem proper; and it. C. AI, Cooper's bill l bor on .
.; .', t in session }.e terlla! ). We ha\e not \el give notce; by publication for thirty daysin ed. We should be rejoiced to see those shall be his duty to notify the several Wardens cemetery 13 C9

m..4',1 "'. ,. received a detail of their proceedings. We newspapers printed in East Florida, thata who have the strength and capital to construct Georgia Appointments.-Jons D. FIELD, of tbe time and place of such meet Moody&c. Boulter's bill lumber. ,, ''J-I''M. J

'.". : learn? bcnr ver,that the Slock holders organized meeting of Stockholders be held! at a Railroad within our State, indepen. Jr.,. has been appointed Cashier at the ings. BeUecbA8l ti"lDepIL'bill 1a '

'fI' ,:, tt,.. .,'' .ty the election of the following Direc- Jacksonville for the purpose of appointingnine dent and in spite of our differences, accomplish Branch Mint at Dahlonega. in pace! of Robt. 10th. Each member of Board shall pay her, 2a21, r
;thmjt bra: ,Thoom J. Judge, Cbarle T. Pollard, I into the Treasury, monthly, tbe sum of 22. R. W. Biggs bill bUskradta !
f a I.. Thomas.M. ,Gmles George Goldthwaite directors. the work. Doubtless they would be H. Moore, removed, and Isaac L.' Todd, twentyfive cents. Ambler work JRerchanr* II !
iio4'i
l 1"r ) Win. Taylor, Wm. M. Marks Fleming Freeman Upon the organization of the Company, seconded by every citizen of the State who A&ia jer, in place! of John D. Field, declined.Mr. 1 J lh. A fine of one dollar shall be imposed lize, ft V bill 5 II

\..,,I.,: "":. "I Abuer llcGehee, Benajnh S. Bib1) A the Directors shall require, at such time as would! feel a pride in accomplishin; that, by Field ha? been formerly connected upon such Warden or Wardens as Feb 27. W. S.Donau4rn's bill work on -

, '. 1.-t$; : large We will delegation give the was full present proceedings from Florida.iu our they may deem necessary, paymer.t from exterior aid, which they themselves see with the Dahlonega Mint,' but for sometime may neglect to attend a suffic meetings ent of the Bardwitbo'J 21.''P.jemetery W.O'Konu, te, rfibaifnr?'eyu g 75 2 '

. Th' tj each subscriber of the additional of little of under cir. rendering eCQse. L.J.Ryall'i bil making well 100 ft
; next-Pciivuola Gazette. sum hope effecting present has been engineer and superintendent '
, ;.,, past on refusal to pay such fine his place as Fire Mar IS. B. F. ,ownaend'sbiIi repairing
:' 'uJ'.'. nine dollars on each share of stock pub- cumstances. of the gold mines of'Mr. W. B. Dome, Warden shall be considered vacant. sidewalks *

.4'I. ...' ". DEATH or JOHN A. :TCihT.-The Charleston scribed for-the same per centum and not We understand the Commissioners under 01. -District... _12th.____ Unou_ .. anv alarm of. fire--. being- liVeD Any. 4. II. I). Holland's bid,stationary 10 Of
1. t JleJ' the death of \lr. Edgene : .
utfnlllUnces I No. F. C. Barrett's bilV services M.
Wardens and
" \'tra ;, John A. Stuan, who died at heaufoit on exceeding, being authorized to be collectedat the peninsular Road charter, i intend to call a The Hamburg and EdgefieU Plank Roadis the Superintendantand 2 clerk S 19 ??
of the
; / -ball ir immediately to the scene
3 JAI
a 1'4'.- ...-, .. I Tuesday;the 3d inst., aged 53 jears. He _any subsequent instalment.; meeting of the Stockholders to elect Directors expected to reath the latter place in two Ore, \vlurl repa the Superintendant shall give all G.C.'Power agreement Co'lbm, printing-\ 25 00

fi i ; was for a. long lime tbe proprietor and The seventh section of the charter provides in compliance with the charter. nonths. necessary orders a well to the subordinate Cjrew''a per do .".in 27 *
'editor of tbe but for 81 43 .
; .. principal Mercury ;' that after the then be taken to the Wardens to such other 5 per cent commissions ontb'1 ,
;, 1'0 soon as practicable Steps ecure necessary as persons a may
78
10 Ixokeii down both in \ti Balance in I
nearly years, body 'I The Baltimore Corn Exchange was open. Treararj1
, .;" I. and mind he had ceased have organization of the Company, a competent increase of stock, and to locate the be present. -
to
. .t1 "I i I any connection ed on Wednesday, llth inst. 13th. It shall be the duty of Noo. 4, 5 861 fl I
with affairs."CnoM under tbe direction of the President II
:.. 1i :' 4 political Engineer, Road.With and 6 of the Wardens, to get tbe Fire Engine A. A. CANO\TA-Trea ,

f.l> Ir : IS T:xu. The weather- is very and Directors, shall }proceed to locate reference to the same pnrpose, a The dividends declared by the Philadel. and Axes upon the ground with the Examined. .and HENRY approved.D HOLLAND'may14 I

r :. ", .. 'warm at present, with occasional showers the eastern terminus, and survey the route Convention has been proposed by meetingsof phia Banks for the last half year, averaged quickest poi-sible, despatch. This clause to 'hkudaur

.. 'and cold night The fi'rmg so far has of said Railroad to the southwestern terminus citizens' in Hernando, Hillshoio, and Ma. 51 per cent., or at tbe rate of I0i per cent. cease to be of any effect a soon a an Engine -, _}

>1 .. : ,been very backward, and! we may look for and to make the proper estimates, necessary rion, to he held at Ocala about the 1t of ''pfr annum.A Company may be organized.14th. shall be OF LETTER remaining. in tho'P' .' <'
and
The of Nos 7 8
.r late crops ol,corn all,1 I cotton in hay noihn: duty LIST Jacksonville.FI_ ,. May 16th, ,US.
charts and diagrams, &C. July. We think county in the Eastsnouiamra5
) the
Ladders
: 1 every that the Fire belonging to
: truck.-lllwbril/ in to see ,
'of
: garden April 30. at thejaie Anniversary,
speakr .
fi fiT the "
L : Section tenth provides by gra. delegation to aid Convene .
', r1,; ) -.Mr._, -Bennett's. "-! sugar L' ... cane_ "i Is .doing'___ L..finely- ftlK**d.iQn.ROftd throughany tion. We were in hopes to see'a more general )' o\ t, eaman s s-e-- -, .. s .a e t 1e uty of Nos..9 and Adams,Geo W K
:1x' r m
: estimated the loss of ships at an average of 10 to that the Fire Hooks belonging to Alby, Alfonso Kelsey.MrtLancaster _
iii see
: ..prenous'5'tMr.Dr. overflowed lands Convention of from other I
,j swamp or belongingto people sections Anst, Sara A L ,
the carried to the fire.
t Thomas R, C cke also informs 4i town are '
us the State, the said lands! shall thereby be assembled to consider the subject of daiy. _ 16th. The members of the Board shall Albertson John ewaULansd
a that biicinecropnever looked better at 1 Atkinson, Nelson 2 Geo W
J "., any previoun sea!ri.n. than at l'rtieut.Vii. reclaimed, one half of said lands shall become Roads in the State ; but from the distance The first gold digging discovered in Texas wear numbers upon their hats, commencingwith B Lawrence John

5. f ttoria Adtotate'; .4p7l/30. the property of the Company to be rec'iired. to be travelled to attend such 1 were on Sandies Creek, I tributary the No. 1 for the Superintendent, and Blayer Thomas Lasseter, C.,At
from that down to 10, to the nnm- Beards?:,, George ,
'I' We have baa abundant! rains lince our applied to the construction of said Road. Convention,and the evident unlikelihood of; Colorado, and in Gillespie County, we be. according Holdon, Rhoda Merriman.Jonah C
: :: t--c/ops/ loMc'' \\ell.-Jn ber of each member. The Superintendant John 1
remarkably Boltor, W Moore
: ,. dian ala Bulletin. 3rd i.st.I Any surplus receipts beyond the rate of concentrating upon any project which would lieve. shall have a speaking trumpet.On Bartlett, Colby Mjers, William :.

: I ._ _ twenty per centum per annum, are requiredto subserve the interests of the whole State : motion l by F. C. Barrett it was Boothe, Wm J Morgan John A .

:I !1 .' HonJ\Vm. C. Preston of South Carolina, be paid over to the State, for the benefitof the idea will be hardly consummated. The ; The Hon. ANDREW JOHNSON, M. C. from liesolced. That rs. Bours Brown. Nathaniel McComb..Jas '

:. .I' ; is staying with his brother, and upon the I Tennessee ail now the democratic nomineefor and Williams he appointed a Committee to Bachelor, Roscoe GBaran Morcell '
Common Schools. G W
'" Convention at Ocala, however, is directed Antonia McKay.
.' ". latters planlatiwi tbe Mississippi: above Governor of that State, is a native of petition the Town Council in behalf of this. Bright N D :Massall. Peter .'
.."""''' S. New Qdeauit. He i ie confined to his roon, The remaining provisions are those usualas in advance to the accomplishment of but N. C., where five-years Board, and ask that they will cause the Fire Buckles John Mann HcamMannoer
.. ; and td to indemnification to individuals for in which the East has but naleijl twenty ago Ladders the Town Frederic ,Magna
'I "r. .: w no hopes of a final recovery. His private one object, one Hooks and belonging to Bishop

,; ., j I i wife is also very ill there, which has depressed property taken, fee simple of the Cop- interest. I nothing more is effected by it, was working as a tailor. to be deposited in the Engine house, orsome ,C Jas D Mache Murssby, MCarmichisi Henry E

.
. ;, ..
: :"f ,: LIBERIA.-A party U being formed in portation, damages to ,pa wnjer?, &c. both, neighboring and remote that are interested both conspicons members of the IaslCon ress. n rptrnr.l._ therein..._._. .In- .he_ pnfriitt.it_..._.___, "vv,.,.......... .%'T .tT. -M..rypp..r--- "-._. -Rf..1uI.Pd-.---- -L'

:.f..r," t ,: Pennsylvania to carry with them tu Liberia I The "Florida Railroad." in the project, and might prepare the from Tennessee, have been thrown into the ,The: election of such officers as had not Collins Dan 5 Martin, W.N 2 ,

I,.'.'. t.. '* steam engine and a saw-mill, to be located way for an agent to be sent to solicit stock same District by the late arrangement A already been chosen provided by the By Cope Crow,.TJ Phillip Marshall.N W E
at Monrovia, the capital of Liberia.; We give in another Laws being with, F. C. Barrett
place ,
't a synopsis of in the Road. sharp contest is anticipated between them proceeded Carter Ulysei Newbel1ll'd&rk": :
: 4!0.: the provisions of the charter of the was chosen Secretary, and A. A. CanovaTreasurer. Carter, Joseph Nox, J W .
uti correspondent of the Greenville Patriot peninsular We cannot hut express our confidence in for the peat in the next Congress. Curtis, Win U Kash;Jos pn L ,,
saystlat&incejhe death of JUNIUS >MITH, Railroad, authorized ,to be constructedby Thai 11 P '"
i : the advantages of a direct Railroad across After which, on motion by Mr. Williams, Caton .
t. Eq., ;hia .tea plantation is on the road to the last General Assembly. It has been Letters from l'aril of the 21st ult., state Crook U. Sac N 2 Pose AprilParkland -'
) ruihj" It will be reuemhereIIy our readers the peninsula, if constructed. We might I the Board adjourned.J.. Clnpp, itodney D "f,.
-. that Mr. SMITH spent much of his\ time before mentioned that the books of subscription b', that. when we could only speculate that our Minister, the Hon WILLIAM: C. H. H. BOURS. Ch'n.F. Clark,J.5 l'art,JamesCalDpoell.
l
4 in efforts to lulruduoe tbe tea culture in the under said charter, were opened within for a long time upon a road double or quad. RIVES,. was expected to take his departure in C. BAHUETT.. Src'y.Deaware Chnliaen, Virginia dos W Parker Phillips, Addison Nancy, '1'

South. the time prescribed, and the three week, and that no advices had been CoeUoio MarT rhillbrock.EG M;
Etc. ,
necessary ,
_ steps ruple the length. A short Road would at Negroes '
have been taken and received as to his successor.It Church Albert G 3 Peany'ic.ephU. J.7
subscriptions of stock
SCARCITY(rl'uBACco l'unlJ.The pan-! once command an immense travel between The Delaware Constitutional Conventionhas Peacock'Join d:

i.f ters'of N/rth/ Carolina complain loudly of made, to secure both the charter for this Road, the North and the South, which would paya is estimated that 13,000 miles, of 'RailRoad adopted a sectionproviding that : Downing. E Phillips,Andrew_ jI'
oJ : .t. the'scarcity of tobacco plant, and the MJ- and the 'Central Atlantic and Gulf" also. Davis, Chas W Pereival, Ed S .
'
T 4 lord Chronicle fears not hail | handsome dividend ; and once the public are now in progress in this country" No free negro or mulatto nut now an in. Davis Edward Pnmble.WilliamQaarterman
. ; over a crop} wiiibe Subscriptions of stock were booked at this habitant of the SI: teJ or who shajl I hereafter Downey.Alathew' Q
; tI ". ;planted! In,that region, owing to the scarcity spirit of our State encouraged and assured and 7,000 in England. The whole will require ., Drnrylleary L
leave the State wilt intent to change h.s
'". I\;2"'.,.. : .. d ....of., plants.! ; place and Palatka lo he amount of about t by the actual operation of a Road, the con. 2,400,000 tons of ,iron, which it. is saul residence, shall, after the adoption of thisConstituuousettle Dwight.James Rockwell,.,?. Anstia M: }..

;, : railroad meeting is to be held' $5G2UOO. Al other points'designated the nections aid branches required to meet the will occupy all the rolling mills of the world in this Stite; or come into Dow. Willis" E G RobertaJohnF' ,'
inTroup-
:, .illeLowmles County, on Tuesday the 3 1stiu4. books were also opened,)but we are not yet' \ants of commercial transportation from local for six years. antI remain within the State more than Ellis Cheielden' Redd Edw C ., .

.'at which time, ears the aiimtisemenr, infQrnned,to what extent subscriptions were points would speedily be formed, and I ten day All coutiacta made with any Ellis,,24r Reuben-, ,.16\V 3 ,Robinson ltobertlOnVI, U G; it.EiLen.

; the citizens\>f thai county "will have ao opportunity" made. At Tampa, we understand, a very the wilderness would indeed soon resound New York has lately been connected tele free negro or mulatto coming into the Stale hlitoa,Kichard. R Russ Jno or
I.
'.of. subscribing for Block in the with contrary to the provisions of this section .' .FRoI8DaridU'
Montreal
t respectable amount has been subscribed. by an additional
: ? Bruhswick'and Florida Railroa.1 Company.' with tbe busy hum of industry,.preparatoryto ) ,graphically shall be void :aud any person who shall Fairhnrrt-Wm Roberts EUgah if

Alluding to this subject, the Watchman, We sincerely consider that of the generally its displacement and transformation to line, via SprmgtieM, Mass., and Bi.itllebon. emp'oy such free negro or mulato or I French & Clark 'Robinson.t* tiiReilj

q important projects of and Burlington, Vermont. oluerwis-e; him to' the Floyd,Joseph ,MorrisRoberts. *
improvement !
in
"There is before encourage
: aays- no subject now the meet the requirements of civilized progress FLint Sarah';Ann Anne E jRoset :
; j.i .' people SoutheM Georgia, of as much importance preiented to the people of East Florida, that Male, shall be titled in a sum not less than Friend Cotes'W Wiley .'o,

,.' ,, .as the building of the Brunswick of the Railroad across the, peninsula involves Jacksonville and Alligator I'lnnlcKoad' CACSB OF INSANITY.-The New York ten nor more than< one hundr.d dollars/1 Frayier.Stephen N Randan Wilson '>
c &. Medical! Gazette st-fes that t twenty-nine Rigorous against fre negroes Fraser 11B S .
most their interest, demands most We learn that Surveyors undertook the meaure G Seton, George 2SnyderWUtonD. <
til the N. 0. Bulletin
i ''Il:11: 'i suicides, five snurderajand two hundred and says are becoming general '
, 4 w &JIIPLlXDiT.1'O :V D" .-Do our readers their favor, and promises. above any other, running of the lines of this Road on Monday nine cases of insanity directly traceableto throughout the tee States. Illinois, Govern Grant, Richard John' 3 Sattenbo.Jao N t

I gen rally know the reason why the 4th ol completion and success. However gratified last. from Alligator. Indiana, Onio, etc., laws of more or Gofftn,.James 2mith. Pet in1: <

I'i 'T March was chosen as the day of the inauguration we should be to see the four sections ot the spiritual !manifestations.On less rigor. I tbt, thing goes on this way Gibbs Susan It Small,Moses, H ;
of the I'rebidvnt of the United Stale*? STEVENS, convicted ol. manslaughter before for a lew the I <*or free negro in the Gny Mom Stanton.TBUXB* ) :
I e It 'State united upon the.large scheme of the the 16th inst. direct rail road communication years Gerard FGOTO Smith JQ .
.
selected because the 4th March have
\ft in the Circuit Court of Alachua fret cause to mourn over F"
:i ; eyt.rl.fou'-S c eommencuig from the first1&J111JratiOlIt' u Central Atlantic and Gulf-! Railroad, we at its last term, and sentenced to fine county and), it ,is expected, will, .b opened from the facthat Slattsvll; has not a master to take !. ,,Charles Ben SGOTO D Smith Snowball-JnO Geo C i

r cannot'come on Sunday for believe under pre>ent,circumstances and in Columbus to Macon, Ga., by the completionof care of, and provide for, him., Gammon J P Smith,' James ,

3 i at least, .brte., hundred yrais.i 'view; of the commonly contemplated imprisonment, has been removed from the a branch uniting the Southwestern and Greei.A B3. SaerH Addison., J tJ
route
: Alachua jail to the jail of this county, having REMARKABLE COl5C1DErCE-Dr.; ,Josiah Green, Benfamin $adler Bob ,
i T'aoui'TJtoini-a and western terminus of said Road, its Muscogee Roads.Wednesday II snAr.c'D"Ilon'Tbecore2
con of New "
OLPES TIME. of the
IN -The been ou by Sheriff Wilson las Bartlett Hampshire, one vic [ Smith., Ged Fr
4 t following!, ou.'I.lt (asiuxuUriucideut, by struction is for the present impracticable. While Ilrouh the the llth. inst.,, 'was, the day .ri-cent accident ,on the, New Huff, WileyjUaUer '. T :
..
wbicn,.atiue ,truuLwa.i. captured, \vw wigi.a Now as heretofore, division has marked its \\efl. by way, new Court Haven railroad, wa ,visited ,a few I Francis 2 Townsend 3ames ,.
'we"k
'& p'uUitfbeJ iu:a New Hampshire hOllles have been built in all the adjoining fixed by the Masonic fraternity of Indiana, ago, at his residence by a friend 'Ben tar.J "t'ownaend'szsih..J
paper l
;PJ t. .la I792i consideration, and instead of such a concurrence counties, a very. essential want with all of'' for layinj a Corner Stone for monument city, who invited him to spend a few das in, askeD Herrick,Ellis SamtHatch.Mark D: Thomas Townsend d' J N E

t *'We' hear Cran EnfielJ, in the upper part of action as would encourage its true ,them is secure jails. 'Those- now in use are I to the battle, ground of Tippecauoe. New York, at the then approaching Medical [ E, Tomer, Sarah

'of bent, ibu'asjlvo men werecosig a friends to press forward the sections and l COllvent, n. Dr.B.. replied.that it would Harrod, Benj Thompson Neiker ,f.HaIl. ..

1 'rondvn. hi'jmisuitof:' a.moose, one of them people of the ,sectioi, *, are, at cross pur.jioses. any thing but safe lor the public' security, _shipments i 'of specie. ''f on'' New York aifi>rd. him much pleasure ,to'.spend so.uetime William,2 "Toothaker' Henry .f.

2' C ''beinr,ttiirfclj', and perceiviug a bole! which The Middle has ,been divided ,between or for the prolongation ol t 'e'le'of those the present, y"ar'rea b' $4.164,469.51; ,' :of m.our' city.but, that he bad great apprehension Hntchinson Hopkins; Edward'Charles Wiciham.'W'Edward.

; tad bteii'cut ,tbrtjugli.tbe jce by the fishermen who' are consigned to them,not ao a tomb, which $936,246,51. were for the .week ending '. of danger travelling to. and Hopkins,J no L Wilson--David !
I he'ftooptd 'down to drink, but 1101les- the Georgia connert9n'and the but 'as.a penitential abode.. I inst., fro. augmented by. the fact that when he HewUtDesterB., 'WeUs.C..R I.of.

I *ed of a larjce lid'Io.t'. a fish miiiKii| ed he through Road'. within. I :, ,, (State,, and the ,-:-- on the.7tl la visited, New York he bad engaged bis Harpneis. R ,weU.D&oDI ';"" ,

I fcadtom 'bl it/ & 'l.iade'oot.l' 10,snap)at i it; West.teems. .to.he indifferent" ,to either.: :Pen.s At the,.late ttion .i in Alachua county passage);in the ,steamer Lexington for the }Henry, J ins A WlliLaghul,8T3.L Hlous.JohaK' \ .
: whet th. nan/suddingly Ins head f Female Type Settert.:-Tbe. Boston Olive laial trip on which she when
throwing sacola is evoting her energies to a'connec. upon the question removing the! county.; wa buneC, Hogan, AD..': 'W'eod. 4te. 1.-;
i bacVdrew ont-. trout which i three Branch which':females ) almost every passenger did { ,
weighed ,
of. .are employed ascompositors not.reacb 1 ,Ww.IJohat
pound and four ttunces.."' tion with Montgomery, Alabama;! and these seat'ainajority' .eight were. found to bin ., ,the wharf,, in. season to get on board. Jones Jeanlngx 'WU Chriaio'. .IVaaNo '

*, two cities are reported to have, subscribed I; favor of removal.. 'The present site'!is, I hi. ip5. yiI: I' I He subsequently overcame_ Ins reluctance JonesMItcbdU .J .f \ .'.I'' 06 't
.
DqAaTvZor1a'' BKHBIXU'S STJUITS each $250.000 towards that connection." If the,northern l .end. ;of 'the county:*yThc new' "Our rooms are well carpeted, and the ;jo.itrayel, attended' the,. ,in this JoueaJowplr'Uaa Jackson AHJohnson. saU q, J. < -

EzrcorriiiM.-The v.wel I.- of the Uiiited : point: designated isi in the vicinity of Payne'sprairie girls do not:come in ti 9 or 10 ,o'clock, in city, and.met; with,,tbe fate be'dreaded, in ,' Lonissr' lJolboyrWuiy oP'Yo "
i bata expio.ag| \ aftdAU'ef lI'jr'UpeJilioh there is no help in the We Vconflict in: the : the morning; ,,retiring good Reason, seldom the New Haven. .ears, Jv%J .:Com-frr ,I' ,l WU1i"i .

I to the North Pacific oceanunder; the end' Middle,'and another, project which. all roust near.locality, called- '_Hog" Town.- .i'!' making,:.over 7 iOti3jhpursa! dare .,Smart : Jones. Manr L T. 1&Oabt.Gn", '-5 .,! I. .::..'.,1,1JonesPo1f7&Ufl'

mud of Coor. Cadnralader Rinjrgold sa1tdfrothNiwYoikMtbe admit! .has l5CoHar attractions for the.wjioie : i compositors. in that time earR ,fom Sfyto I ,ftJ-Th'e.'rnost atn hg' aut; ar..beingprodaced for,. :JeU6' -: __ I
'fiJ'th. alfh/'f
'f' : 9tfa inst.. :fyf ,Kor- A. S, Goodbread trial J di S3.a"week.Ve.have also ,'b i the ( Penons applying
on,
*, people of thftJSast: wbat immediate prospectcanthirebeof upon. an : .I s one female,clerk Hi IRJDYfii -, will.lay they art sdverUsed'o r tbea.yuotge*
folk, Va. They comprise tbe eloop"or.warViounnell in) ment tJof'; munJer.at .the J hate lenin of the' 1 out of the three we employ-Added to,this, H!,doing! what has,nner,1een don WMuBtaohe them) :. 1 i If &I ,( .
Lieut. H. onammsndin] ; ,' : unity :a great Road runrrng I : ,was .found guilty.of man oar dub been occupied by .1 femae'e. fOrecbsngIoGeatIemen', ; ,',o : Mayl & r K ', .. ', "" ,\.d. .." .. ;

4, Ib"e', :John !Halicotkv Lieut.:xJohn through' these sections, stretching a rbi) CuT : itor a8omr,8Hsiitani, salary ;. from red, white, orgrlsfeitJtjt .:. L. .,, .,- .J .
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J Roger::.ehmu'ucbnr j'brig Porpoi;V Lieut;' distance 'V over three hundred l"" r ],.rniles, in Jaog ,thr I .. ndred. dolara.l.. 1 She ban spent seven a day in the office, permanent m iu9s.,bntiful brown, u'._ 0TBiFBTSicunsof- --w' 't. Dam County srs'xvqnest.d
A.-LVvhs; {'a&nd1t'1-t r ieblK, 1l tJrenJ; -"S: 'I r j. for, five day in the. ,week. ,)W generally qulredin .r '
to.
I length 1 We sty there. is a project posses j! ln'Tn GIRLS of JftckgonVilh will bold a Fat .t"M"q J 1..1 'L S e\IIa..rlCboa"\l'\T

I omCodp.rtngUtutft. K. Steveni ling peculiar;..attraction* for.' ibe people! oftlie f at Lew4th'p prick Building,)beginning on Fry bavejouroce an'organ a.nd.a pianoforle, ,' I Z. D.: ",Sole Proprietor, city-'of.Wuhingtono ertning n x tltbe 26th.Jt".tf I r'I .
omma.ndJIJ'; and cJip'er'Johii' \ KtiiiEd1, \ afternoon, to raise a small amouot t ., ld'lhaetm"ici'[ | ;the.roea: ;hqqrawbeathIadieeeelIikeplayLng'r !Foe silo'by 'Hair- L'Exerz" forth purpose ofror alriaf Moitr 'i.f
4 LJftft.ftl'roJwb CoilurK. to i n'QaUt' 11. ; EssVand.-that'!,'the peninsular Road. benevoUnt. object. : h. I I I',t, ", ; .. 'Dp! .. i.t
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,' I" SUBSCRIBER ; jJ.T ,_ .. .1sl., "I I. S. W\t"I.UT',11. b. J De. ,
_..MIdi.. h.Rijubfl ... ri' '} isnow opening Ha SUB- a Doh"at tbvg4a2i.* u $..... it'. .
: < : J laer stock bf.Cooda; a reneraltaentorJJryGoods'BttaTmaS MUSTANG'A LINll\IEN'T I t
mpruing ; : PstsfPsessylviab., t
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r $1 HaU!. Bode and Shoes;for JdieI and. gent: thoarBBoUmenu thobabi:.fhacliDCadyert ; CREATOUREFORDYSPFiPSJAJ, I
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Itr' g54sg > _' GROCERIES. ting to Pal nt Medicine .
.a oid *; we deem it a duty to !I' .
.iL r Jb 121 Otard Brandy; choice brand Whiskey; Hunt inform such persons and also those who hare not I.

JJEUJ.Ua'K&rke& 11 12 common Whiskey; Port Madeira Malaga and already learned the fact from their own experience 1 '
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Ds. J. 8.
J&EA ,:$'., per I Muscat Wines; Hams bacon aides Pork; Batten and observation, that the Mexican Mustang HOUOHTOfT,

PIo... per Ib .I 8 Lard; Mackerel; Loaf.Crashed and Brown Sugars Ltoiment U->really, truly and intrinsically the "-1.* J

,1roTTER.," ; Teas; Rio and Java Coffee; Flour in barrels be remedy ever before offered to the afflicted /

Got..,pia. per 1 2S. 314 ind half barrels; Shot Lead and,Powder; for rheumatism, neuralgia stiffness Soreness ,. 2

..JUtlCO, lit qulity, per 8. 9 Cheese; Pilot Bread; Cracker, and various other oFJo-jitg, muscles or tendon For cuts, bruises, : .

24 clo per articles too tedious to mention: which he win : 111.I or scaldt,core nipples,caked breasts, to.. :'

CANDLES,Spsnn per ID.C. take pleasure in showing, to his friends and eottomert -! i I OfUnYa xeeHenc; and we haTe proved 'f .
J Z7j 1 to remedy for the can, PsI
Ac1&IDUWi. per pilVe
Tallow per Ib 8. 10 May- 7, 1.,. J AS. LIVINGSTON. Agt. 8rfo confidently rmmeDd ,
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CHEE15E PiDt. per I 381'Norter5 to try it feeling a certainty of giv- 'I I.
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per I lot 121 \M7TNDOW BUNDS-Large quanity, rtTv tog satisfaction by relief.
grin
11 eeive4 andinrale '
J Jot by .
COFFEE Rio,pria. per 31 1852. '
J ,Jj a apr7 ,. JAMES HANHAM. I You ',. -JU,
J&va1 per l3 "M3 i Wo \
115N. hereby certify that used the com-
PISU.Mikere1NO.1, Ibb -.
Goshen Butter.
..! i" 650flOULCI.RA1. lund.kowuutbe Mustang LaimeDtandhue 1-
per II 60013i1Ilnon 40 g KeIS.or Gothen Butter. Jut received it. b ifakes'the richest, heaviest: thickesl, i

per II 6 25 'S311J300HJv ittJ and for ale by lde we bare ever used for the cre or ers, .and mat permanent lather of say Sharing TBE'TRUE : ,
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cuts bruises
,&. horses.
{ on
a I 00GUNpOWDER. .
(JA1N. Cora per"uhlO JAVlES HANHAM, All who Soap now in use.LEONARD'S .
doubt
tel 460 a 5liDLARD. Dr. this will please can OD the nniersigned DIGESTIVE FLITII)
Opposite
per 1J'D.1 Building and they will be ,'
Ib 1. a Iii marS street. happy to afford all : I 1I
Bay
N. 0. per&1 per 40 a liD \ ther information in their'power as regards in .. GASTRIC' JUICE :
JOLASSES
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45. 50OIL,5perm. IHCA fficacy, LUTZ DAI.L I &Co. FLAYORING'EXTRACTS

,sTaU.F01id. per pergs1I25I Interesting' to the Thirsty! Proprietors Manhattan Stag Co. namely Lemon, Vanilla Rose, Prepared fotnREEra1,,or the f fourth ROVACX'or '.

_. LD Cognac and Pale brandY Old Sheaf _THg ox,after;directions of Baroa
121Men _- O Extract from letter dated Peach- Orange, for Cakes,' Padding, LIEBIG.
ru Bye and Monongahala London the Plylioloztcal{
whiskey, great Chemist,J"s..UOUIh-
po per doa Zl 250 00 ICE ICE!JI! ICE !U! Porter and Port wine, warranted to produce the SACUurro Crrr Cal., Aug. 15, 1852. .Pies, Custards Creams Ices, &c., .are ton.. M. D:, l'hUadelphiaPa. '. I

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pOR.TER. LoDdon per 200 desired effect,just received by I beliere the Mustang Liniment most an ex- verj choice, and exceedingly convenient. .This Is a truly wonderful remedy fov--Iadgss.

.RAISINS per S0 a 500wi1IsgE1' Bo TONS just received from Boston, and apr 21-St F. BARRETT Agent. ellent article. My wifi brought a couple of hot- Housekeepers should never be without .105, Dyspepsia,J Jaundice Liver Complaint,Con'itipation. .,

BUrWy'per pi for sale by the subscribers. tea with her. which I must thank you for. them. hose who delight in the delicious .' and -Debility caring.after Natwrt

15 a 1 50 Orders from the country carefully and promptly COOPXAK'BJ U a k InK Establishment. Snee she. came here, my horse f efl down with flavor and exquisite perfume of own method., by. Nature's own agent, th. .. Ga*>
attended F. WAVER '
Mononr per to & CO. -
and tra Juice.tr .
ne, injured
Jb 8. 9 COOPMAN continues to supply me considerably, but broke no Fruits and Flowers win find in these .
Jacksonville 5 1S33. HENRY .
PortolUco May
.tUGAK per fames. 1 had
recourse to the Liniment and the
of Jacksonville Half
9. 10 with > a teaspoonfnl of Pep left U
No.1. per Ib in fact Fluoring,Extracts all that they can I
Coffee rlief, the rare, was astonishing. water,will digester dive )
10. JIperlb Theyoasds efntutaitf
Cruhld per Jb 10 a 11 New Groceries and Provisions. GOOD BREAD, (Signed) .D. UAMSQM. desire.LEONARD'S. in about JirqAoMrs,oat ottk Tfr""n. II
FOR AND CASH -
CASH ONLY. Extract fro. '
Loaf letter
a dated I
Pepsia M the
pat element or
nek 11'5OAP' Barrels Genetee Flour His store is situated 2 LEMON SYRUP, being great.Digeitlv. II
SALT per Q on Bay-street doors
km. yellow, per lb 61 &I 6 .0 20 Half barrels Geoesee Floor from the old corner of Win. AIsop (at presentF. Pirmutnio, Pa., Oct. 5, 1832. made- from FRUIT instead of, from Acids, pr Ftad.i.i'1e.r the Purify the G-strieJwse-iafflbftwa/. fIfIIl' &.
Prnentmt Stvlafw
"CO ROT. .U ijiel, per 1" 9 a 10 23 Bbls Baltimore. Flour Waver &Co's.) where can be had at all times Another cirncmstance which 1 noticed in Ohio AS are all the ordinary kinds' is not only *Affnt of the,Stomach and.totestinei., Itu I
per m (0 a4000 1000 Lbs MaconMdes BREAD CARESand afar day ago, I thought spoke highly of the .
Sf SpallJih. P.dSTRYofcYe1'1de- far more pleasant bat also healthful extracted fcom the \
more ,
Digestive Stomach of the Ox
15 virlie of the ,
AL'C'O. IIW1l1fac&'cI. per Jb 184 II 1000 Lbs Bacon Shoulders scription.Persons. Mustang being in the office ofa thus
Ib 62 4 15mact. hysician of high standing, 1 noticed be and wholesome, and makes the most forming-AKTiriciAimi3Tivz rum,
TEAS Hy.on per 2 Bbls Leaf Lard from the country will find it convenient prwisely like the' natural .
lb 62a 15'WL opeaed the door of his book-case, several bottles agreeable of summer drinks.LEONARD'S Gastric Juice in iu I
per 3 Casks choice Hams to supply themselves with these articles,fresh, at chemical '.
I Er.fldeira. per gil 4 00 10 Bbls New Mess Pork his counter. Private families regularly suppliedin of Mustang, along side of which was an empty MUSTARD. Thoee de- ptrjert tvfotilitltfaf power and.rt.forcihinr the'a .comvtett nod I
By aid of,this
aOI 1-1 00 II 18 Co Butter Meeting bottle,and a two ounce presceiption VHal proparation. ,
5 town heretofore.
per Kegs Orange as .
cb&wps.gne
the ev'ilj
tjroaa of using Mustard that is half pains and of Indigestion and ,
filM with not
Mustang Liniment which
on wa .
4 Half bbls F. M. Beef Parties wishing furnished can at all
,
-- pastry
Dyspepaia are removed
,just U
as would
the Allowing directions Rub the throat well rice-flour, and wish it perfectly poar they by
EORGE TONE presents his name ata 5 Bags Rio Coffee time be accommodated with promptness and on a healthy Stomach It doing wonders for Dyspeptics ,'
nigh)and morning with the Liniment, and should Leonard's Pure
Mustard. and
5 Bbls Pilot Bread reasonable terms.I wrap try ,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT curing eases of debility,emaciation
,
for aec-
candidate a wo len cloth around it. J. P. FLEMING.
8 Cam Claret take this thanksfor will article different I
opportunity expressing my they enjoy an very vous decline, and dyspeptic CouoaiptkiB. IIj
COURT,at the October election,at the instance 1 Cask London Porter the liberal evidences of enoouragemen which B.B.Meekiugs,189\Valnnt-ntrcet Cincinnati, from what is usually called Mustard. to be on the derge of the grave. Th supposed Scientific -

Gf M veral friends. April 7th. 1 Cask Scotch Ale 1 have already received and, while respectfully was confined to his bed and under treatment ofphysiian evidenced on which it is based is in the

5 Boxes Candy asking a continuance of the same, feel warrantedin some six weeks,with neuralgia, of the ,- highest degree curious and remarkable.tCIENflflC j

, 5 Boxes Candles claiming for the bread which I offer qualities whol{of hia right aide, leg, arm and lace; his \. "
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frVA. U>er SeUwllfleVonder-IM FOR v iufferngs were indescribable and the ouly ces- ,. :
250 Lbs Codfish unsurpassed in all the essentials which go to make YiDCLBaron
tun to DrsriPTics.-Dr. J. S. HOUGU- the satiot from the most agonizing pain was while :Bardotte's'Tastelels :1
4 Bbls nzar staff of life palatable and wholesome.I LrsEEa.io his
t the IH ntivt fluid pure. celebrated work_in .
: TOSS PEPSIN tnu or will nnderthe influence of opium or morphine lib .,
1 Bbl Pickles continue use the be4 flour which,with mal "
Gastric Juia prepared from RBKIET, or the docto finally advised him to try the Mntang Chemistry, nIl An Artificial DigestiveFLiid
DROPS
1 Bbl Mackerel personal experience in the art of Baking justifies WORM. SUGAE
,anakgoog Ie the GcitriQ Juice be
1 70UKTH rmxAca or THE Ox, after directions of 2 Half bbls Mackerel me in promising customers Good Bread, &c Liniment; he did so, and in two days was able to may .
my readily from the membrane of
prepared
Baron UEBEG. the great physiological Chemist go abtathid business, perfectly cured. mucous ., ,}
2000 Choice SepaM march JM-tf }ENRY COOPMAN. the Stomach .
of the Ox, in which vaiiou article \
\ by This J. S.is HOUGHTON truly a wonderful M.remedy D, Phikdelnhia. for IN-- 1 Bbl Burning Fluid ...., .- A VOICE FROM THE SOUTH. of food as meat and Eggs win 6r toflntd.

DIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA JAUNDICE, 1 Bbl prime Old Whiskey WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, AND NEW The Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used changed, and dignted,jest in the same maawas .

LIVER COMPLAINT CONSTIPATION.o& : 1 Bbl :penn Oil YOR ADVERTISEMENTS. in my family, and on my plantation, for a great the;would Dr in lilt ilJdn starterS"

Whole, half and quarter boxes Raisins Nuts --------------------------------- variety of diseases requiring an external Ippieatino Dr. COXBE in his valuable writings un the ,

DEBILITY, curing after NATTER'S ow.s I Maccaroni, Vinegar, Mnsta'd, Congress Water J H. 0 McCUTCHErl! and bas never failed to give immediate relief "ITiyHoIogy of Digestion,"'oblerttt that.,?* 1
the GASTRIC
f. 'Jft1IOD.bIIUTUR1'SOWK: AGENT Tobacco,Alcohol tc. &c.&c. Jn t received per acd effect a permanent cure. 1 have cured diminution of the due quantity.o{ Gastric Juiceis

\ JUICE. Pamphlets containing Scientific evi- brigs Il.n. and Louisa, and for sale by WASHINGTON ATTORN CITY AT LAW D., C.Practioes evertl! cases rheumatism that had resisted the a prominent and .U-prenilinJ'C&1IS8 of Dyspepsia ,
.Doe of its value, furnished by Agents gratis WAVER & CO. '
5 F.
May 1353 skill f our best pb.sicians. It has cured ring- and be states that "a distinguished professor :- .

JJa ee.the. advertisement.. _. p2-ly I in utes the Claims Courts for of the District Pensions and wormi by a, single application; cUillblains! in a of medicine in London,who. wa seVerely t
, Pay, ;
few toothache front bites afflicted with thi3 ,
. day; immediately: compkini finding every thing
ti THOmAS DOUGLAS Piano-Forte for Sal- Bounty Land Lost Horses, ic. cuts,cores and corns by a few applications; nervous ebe to fail bad recourse to IN Gastric.Jawe,obtained
1st. late of aH tei'lout of
act
:: VERY FINE pa.m-FORTE offered By a Coop-osr. headache cured entirely. In fact,I have from the stomachs of living acimalswhiehproved .
J ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, A revolutionary Soldiers are entitled to Peations.3d. ..
I OH d it for almost everything. and it has always fomplettly metessfuL. '
for sale on reasonable terms. It can '
AND SOLICITOR 'N CHANCERY, very The widows of officers and soldiers of the w :
cured. I consider it the ben medicine I have Dr. GIUHAX. author of the fsmous works on
be at the Buffinfton Houtt. Fot particulars
seen Late War with
War Mexico and the Florida
JACKSONVILLE FLA. inquire of CoL S. Bnmngton.. orGEO entitled Pensions if ever ised. \VM. JOhNSON, They contain DA calomel .r mercurY in -Vegetable Diet," uy* **Itli remarkable
War are to their husbands '
Proprietor of the Marshall House. fact in physiology,that the stomachs of animals.
F. SKIFF. form deleterious ingredient
killed in died disease any or any
were service or contracted
myl91'A I ap2I-ts while in service.3d. SAVAXXAH, Ju/ie 24, 1&52 I whatever, and are at once attractive tj city macerated dusalring in water various, impart articles to the of fluid(food the and prop of
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Great Bargain. All widows who have received five years' A. 1\. Moore, Esq, one of the editors and pro* the eye, plea to the tat, and sure I effecting a kind-of artificial digestion ot them ia 'I

Dissolution of Copartnership. pension are entitled to a renewal of their Pea- prietors of the avann&h (Go.) Kepnblican- in their operation. Children eat them no wise different from the natural digestive pro ,I

DBUG STORE FOR SALE.T mHE COP ItTNER Sn IF heretofore existing lions. in that paper of the SJth December, 1331: ,says: wit.h'peat aridity and pleasure. cess." -.
1.Ji. between the undersigned under the style There can be obtained by aidreuing aa above, Our i>ei sonal experience enables us to recommend JrrCaU'ou.the Agent and get a dejenptiv : "I'l

llElJndersigned offers for sale his Stock of of HERNANDEZ & REYES is this day dispolved post paid. Feb.24- m be Mexican Mustang Uiiinient to the circular,graw.l vinfP a large amount of *eieBtifie -> ..

DRUGS,MEDICINES, fcc.,with the privilege by mutual consent, The business of the I public: with confidence, as we have felt the good UTICA, Deo. 2, 1852- evidence,similar tel the-abov r together wit

of the best store in the town. The stock firm will be adju'ted by Joseph V. Hemaldez.to Watches, Gold and Silver Ware.L. I effects ajiun a sprained ankle which received Gent.-The frequent calla and favor reports remarkable cures from aQ part of the
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wot pnrehased with great care,and will compare whom all indebted are requested to make immediate II. 9III.LRK & CO., great benefit from one application, and has been able of the of Bin.DOTTSf United Stat .- i
of the that be WHOLESALE it for reports we get use
avorablywtth an/ same amount can pavment. JOS V. 11CKNAXDEZ, cured by occasionally using a week. AS DYSPEPSIA cuR
found. The trade is rapidly increasing and as 23 THOMAS REYES. WATCH JEWELRY HOUSE, Mr..!. F. Murphy, of the firm of Murphy, Gait $ WORK SCGAB DROPS, reminds me A
the town is April Xo S. E. of Charles rt. & that of the I made to rend Dr. Ilocghto. Pepsin has produced the moil -
growing BO rapidly a corresponding 227 Baltimore St.. cor. Co of this city, says by tle use of theAl promise recently
income of trade be When the I Liniment he has received benefit marvellous effect, in curing Disease of Debility, .
may expected. TIlE SUBSCRIBER will continue the basin V.UPORTKn of English and Swi s Watcher lulasg more you some certificates taken by iu. Herewith Emaciation.Nervoa Decline and Con ,

mUnkToad now in contemplation M; completed. ,ss ot TAiL.or.iio at the old stand.and he mlicit B. and tools of every d "oription.'lI.wh ease than from allY other remedy be ha* used, and you will find copies of two Martin sumption. It is impossible to,give DvipeptM the detail of I'
.Jacksonville will the interior of Florida. feels better than be has for the
last
six -
supply now
:
continuation of the heretofore Makers and Manufacturers fiDe Gold JewelryWe years
so
a patronage Huber and William Stanton'u. both eases n the limit of this advertisement J but Aft'
in a great measure with Goods. To one Facts speak far themselves, comments unne- : c
any arc
Western
liberally extended to the late firm of Hernandci call tbe attention of Southern and been of more "
tbeniicalcd certiorates hare
honest and reliable the latter given
-wishing to engage in this business a rare oppor- & Reyc JOS. V. HERNANDEZ. dealers in Watches.Jewelry and SilverWare, to eel ary,-IJalton Times, Feb. 10. men. having PhOadI
rtmarkalU
than tin hvnditd own, in- -
"tuniij u now oflered. My reasons for offeringthe April 23-lt our very extensive stock, ustiuring them that in RJltllmfltismThis is to certify that my wife been known to me nearly twenty "oneThna.ere \

Store for sal<*, is that I have other business no article in our line shall we allow any estab'ih- was afflicted with severe chronic: rheumatismShe I'. To-day a farmer called and got the phi,New aU York and eases'tind Boston the caies aol) '
were .
"which will take all of my time. Any eommuniatioa meet to U either in qual'ty or bad buffered for months with the meat ex- second box the first been admin nearly derpente -
quantity
JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ surpass % baring only rapid and wonderful,but permanent, .
will attended ,,
be to. .
had tried rheumatic
< promptly crueiat.ng pains-she
compounds
or low prices. We are the on I Whola ue house istered with favorable results some It is antidotesndpastienlarly 1 ,
a great nervous
JOHN M. PAYNE. in this crunch of trade in llaltimore and shall reliefs, and almost everything recom- very
AND TAILOR LiverComplaint "
BOion
DRAPER -u-cful for to dimler.
Jacksonville, Flo. May 19th, 1353. use fair means to induce Southern and Western incnileti for this dreadful disease. Kone ofthein two or three weeks since to a daughterof tendency ; trtaUd
every
Ferer .
and badly t
------ relieved her pains in the least. She used : his thirteen old. In this case AgtJ ,?or
-- JACKSONVILLE, E. F., merchant to open accounts with us. Our one fifty years and Aple.'and the evil effects ofQniain I
llARGIANS BARGIANS ceLt bottle of Mustang Liniment, and it cured child Fever
V. HERNANDEZ returns thanks terms shall be as liberal and accommodating as the parents did not know that the Mercury;and otber Drugs upon the Digestive organs -

JOSEPH Friends and the Public generally san rossibly be found in the United btatea. her entirely. She u now perfectly well, and recommended : voided worms, but .immediately recovered after a long trickncsi.. Alia, far excess im F1

. BA.RGIANS for the liberal patronage he bus received aud \\ e will take great pleasure in shawing our all of her friends JAS.to use L.the OLI Mustang KK. I her health. eating and the too free us of ardent-pint 1aliriodt :

TIE Subscriber leave to inform the pub- hopes by strict attention to business, to merita goods whether to they Southern open accounts an.jV with e te ns n or merchants not. Linjnent. Savannah Jan. 1, 1352.AX > Truly and respectfully yours reconciles Health with latemptraiut.DR. -. .., e t.

\ generally that be has removed from .No 1 continuance of the same. Having just receiveda L. H. MILLER & CO., WILLIAM BRISTOL
.Armstrong's and Re-opened fine assortment orgoods consisting of blue and ECHO FROM THE WEST. KOUCHTON'S
corner
feb3-6m Importer f Watrhc*. Haltimor -
I in Doctor ForemtJi's Old Store black CLOTH of different qualities, black and Mis. 15., of :t Louis was nursing a young UTICA June 10,1852.I \
,
CA4IMERS LINENS and DRILLS
colored
breast
for VESTlSmf different certify purchased
I' pant : patent &aued and caked hard. A few arplis:tiosj of
i friends and customers, who may wish to purlu TKIM1XGS, &c., ic., direct from the North LORILLARD, MANUFACTURER the Mustang Liniment healed the nipple, re- WH. BRISTOL & Co., day before yesterday ,
Groceries Provisions.
<. His e stock consists and of Hiram mith'.and Alfred:', he is prepared to execute all work entrusted No. 42 Chatham ft., New York, movdd the hardcesi anJ inflammation from the I a box of Bard otte's Vermifuge Sugar ,

II.. mith'. Family Flour to his care with despatch, and in a workmanlikemanner. I FFE US for sale the following articles warranted brea*. and she bad no further trouble with it. ; Drops for a child of mine, foor and ft half 4J .
;
He invites all him call on ,
to give a ,
U of superior quality-l\1&ceoboy. Nnmt-ous ca esof this description have come to
Dot ible Extra GeneMee, in half bbls old whom I troubled with
; Ncwnan street 2d door from Dr. Byrne's new French other Snuff !. years supposed
Con Scotch, Coarse Rappee and ; our kaowledge and it is always effectual.hughes t .
Bacon i,.Rice. Grits.fine Hams article; Mess Po-k do building assuring the public that his prices also Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-foil and papers ; a 1 1r8. of fct. Louis haJ a very severe worms. J. had tried to get Vermifugedown

'tti ; Sides a ; shall be moderate,and all garments warranted to more particular description of the various article attack ofiuflammatory rheumatism in her shoulders her several times but could not do

Co 1 Mae. Verel in bbls and kite ; fit.N. ran be known Ly sending for a full price currentas arms, and back. After saffi-ring the most it without holding her nose, and she \

Cod Fuh. Ct ilgate's pale and yellow Soap ; B. Cutting and repairing at the shortest above. 3ia mar 17 excruciating pain for some ten day,without ob- would vomit all up again. But after .- .. '
notice Feb. JO-Iy ''I
Hwey do ; \ tainkg any relief from her physicians, she was she got the taste of the SCCIR DROPS, she -. \
Colgate's Pearl Starch, manufactured from INDIA RUBBER GOOD?. induced to try the M ustang Liniment. Two fifty cried for Yesterday and todaywe \
cent bottles effected a perfect cure. more.
Indian Cora ; New Spring Goods. P'IUE Subscriber would respectfully call the her the contents of the box.and # -
Tie Mustang Liniment is put up'in 23c,50o gave
Candles, Sperm sad Ad* mantine ; tne ai-i ;
Dealers Drugs
Q attention of his old customers and merchants Is sold bynearly nil the r
The SOe bottles contain much FOURTEEN
l bottles. it
and(/ ns to-day brought
Coffee old Go ernment Jiva Rio away
; ; the United States and Canada to his medicines throughout the United btalw.
fcnrar, Stuart's crushed R\\ fcfmed and Loaf; throughout a. three of the 2c i bottles. The S) bottler contain LARGE WORMS! some of them a fool popular an.l fluid form, and Im 'i
HANKINS& HARDEE stock of Rubber Good, manufactured by himself much of the 23o bottles. The It is prepare*! in powder ID
$1
as as eight
,
A article of Porto Uicd;to Brown ; expressly for the spring trade of 15.3. His long. prescription phiaU for the use of phytiofaaj.Privn.te .

Cheew. Butter, Lard, Yeast: Powders, Salora- HAVE now in store, received per recent ar stock of RlfliRER CLOTHING, is particulaily bottles A. G.bOll BltAm one ;pint&,Co the. sole are cheapest.proprietors of the MARTIN HUBER I Circulars for the use of physiC maybe ::4-i

ti&tbodi I deserving of inspection ; a. it has never before Mustang Lininunt offices East of the Big Basin,Broad-s., Ctica. oU&ined .f Dr. Hoo Utoh or bit Agent, describing \ .4
; Mexican Principal ,
Nutmegs Spice Pepper Cinnamon Very rich French Printed Muslins, Berages, and *
ngu. been so eomp'e'e. nor the articles more perfect.- N. V. and Third and Mar- the bole; proewa.preparttiou, jj \
corner
Urcadsrav, -
Cloves; Ie Lames 'lu 1ins. in solid colors which the claimof toil -
; the authorities
i
Pickles jan. Sweet Oil ; .Lemmon Syrups French and English Calicoes; AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF ket streets, St. Louis, Mo. UTICA NOT, 16, &- ring now remady are 'uaroa upon Ai it il ,xor ;A aicarrEEXEDV I II
OLIVER T. -
Aew Orleans do; \ Shirtings and heetings of every quality and Coats, Cape Pants. Overalls Leggings, Carriage UR AGG, Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & Co., no objection can toO raued again its
I''ant Piano Covers. for the
General South
Cloth *,
Wading Agen ,
Cordials; Epsom SalU. \> width; Gentlemen -My little daughter, aged ns by physicians in re >ectiil>le ttaodinr and re jT.IJ .
,
(.lores, Caps Machine Belting, Engine SC4 iiroadway, N. 5f.
Besides a general assortment ofi., other articles 10-1, lI.t, 12-1 Lancaster Qnilti. been for three four : practice. Price J.-E DOf.LA11'F.JZ.
Life Preservers Air Balls 7 had ailing or '
Usually kept in a grocery, of the >et quality Also a large assortment f Keady-made Clothing Packing, D. McCUCN, BLOODT.OOD & BOU5E. years Bon'LE.- .

which he win sell lower forcath tbaa\lot.he :heal" I ,&e. &c.. all of which they will sell at the Whips, and every description of Rubber Goods A. M. REED, MORRIS KEIL-are appointed months, and fearing that she might be :l1SF.RYE ? ..\-Every' ,Vottl, 0(&. .,'

est Cash Store." Come on,gentlemV en;we shave lowest market prices.N. constantly on band. The above are warrantedto for the sale of the celebrated i.lexhaa troubled with worms, about a week ago I ;, PEPSINbcsm the imtUnairnatart of

with a thorp Rarer, warranted not tt(..p cut in the B. store formerly occupied .by '. stand any climate Orders and solicited will be and sold promptly at most reasonable attended Mustang Agents Liniment.inJacksonvi'le Also for ra eby bought at your store 'a' box' of BAR- ., :gennine.. S. HO.UQXTON, iJ/ V., sole ,ftopiMMr.

eye or tear across the rrait. 1 Moody !i Boulter.JacklODviUe. prices in SUGAR and administered and :
aid Storekeeper village DOlTS Trade-mark
Will to by .Druggists. every DROPS, PhCadelphia Pa. 'Copy-right
_nayl9iaa. : N. LIAMS. April 7th. 1333. Sm i T ft i '
D. HOJG lAN, 27 Maiden Lane. in tile united states.march I them all to/Jerin one day.Within -

BRICKS. \; First corner from Broadway, and 24Spiritualist's twenty.four hours after, she passed away seered.SolJbyaI1DruggistIaadDralersM4. .. .
Mysterious Happings Accounted for! 59 Nassau street. New York. cute,.
New York riebV t; just yeceivedandforssJjelowby TWSSTT-TWO WORMS, some of them tenor pOI N8ET1' ;\
1 0 000 27-om EGBERT I
Library.
jan twelve Inches Ion We gave i
; Jacktont&e Ft*
RECEIVED, a large assortment of I 'J gmt. .
mayT9 F.WAV11tjzCO JUST BRITTAN her other medicine. Since then, she "* "
HaU Fancy Cravats &c. Woodman'sClierrjr PARTRIDGE & no, j. AMAYEIT
New York, has been different child entirely.She T .
HUSH POTATOC'BBLS ilO Yor sale low 5y a JVhrlaa'e and iZaW4grnt-Shvai iak. Ga.Sn$2. .
HANK1NS & HAKDEE.fJ. Expectorant, a complete a* ortraent of Books and had not slept well nights, but used "b '.;SUK.J
jut received and forGoimis&ion a1e by HAVE : .J, !
to tie fact,pUilnsopby. \
y. WAVE*.,& CO. B. Store formerly occupied by Messrs. FOR THE CURE OF"Consumption of devotvd iritualism, which they will to cry oat in her sleep and I was afraidwe : c"

Moody & Coulter. Decline, Atftimii, Bronduti and advocacy and the most favorable should not raise her. Now she is.entirely GUl\lI. -REPORTS:1N:; LAW'1NIiti ) I
on
,
, lriil I.LTUNiPCt'Ar 4, April 12th, 1853. -' W.vtin;If the Fln\ Night Sweat Spilling s-ipply terms. in We any refer quantity to the rrp'ritual Telegraph fur well and Criminal KQL'ITVV: KeportJle..mbbTh.torM.'TIe CnimnoB' Law;;'Eqnit**oavmcr > i ;: i

of Blood Whooping Cow/*. Difficulty of a li-t of our Ho .ks. prices rate of postage, ic. j Having previously used various' other swltb the JtecWon of .Mieba&mas-dNov.)

and Mex chant, :New Spring Goods. .Breal/s inT. CM.Cough Influenza, TIlE SPIRITUAL TLLEGlfAPil Elucidation is of aj worm medicines in my family,I can safely T'TnI. 1 50.aol contains. front Lh&JeItOd.'aII ,

: weekly paper, devoted to the BARDOTTE'S DROPS of all tht Englbb Court .:Tha1.-,
..r' iFor FloiTRa l.roduce..y1t.) FIttMsicPain in the Side, and contains a record ot' recommend as preferable the !ject.ions 4
undersigned bas jtL received by steamer, i-piritual Phenomena to all other remedies for the effectual ports are fonii.h sl uy'a corps of over thirty Jwgiilar -
6 NO. 5. SOUTBRN WHARF 1-t I THE from New York And all Distaeoftie; the most interesting f.lct: &o. 'A very inwro.ting and exneritRccd R 1J rte .and for1 eotnprehsB55vcne -

.: Client and Lunjft .iiCu.. ion of the facts and philosophy of the eradication of worms.WILLIAM *" DrevirT.and 1t rac.r.'the pnbUlhers
Charles
S.j.Y A Large Slock of Spring and Summer. This is the remedy so universally used and re ; Manifestations i*now in course of publication, STANTON, challenge! coiafrari-Tna wit any other aerie orEliigbjih _ _

?: L- Goods, commended the Medical Faculty where it has I. between Dr. B. XV. Richmond and S. B. Brittan.Subscription 42 Water Street, Utica. Reports now i>abli hod. 'Among'tat j>nmcrous -
be furniahcd. ,
number can
back
All the of these Report
which he now offers to the public at very low been introduced. I instances sapcrinrity
JNO. S. GALLAH prices for cash- The Assortment U complete in It contains no opium or other dangerous ingredient price,$1 Mperannua. Specimen copies over any otber,tin pnblish are permitted to ft- -- -

every variety of style and fashion. and is safe for the most delicate child tent FREE. and occurrence Always realty for use. r"to many d dting1 -bed inctnbersof the 'prefer. .

late 3d Auditor ot the Treasury, Among the many articles may be found- It is estimated tha 150UX persons die annually The increasing interest and rapid additional services r.n: who have o5nntarily furnished testimonial a.
Doraextic and English Prints; Do Ginghams; in tbe United States with consumption, and of fact-, demand more space Tea volumes hare already been issued briM*. ',; 4
-WiD. attend to. Claim before Congress acid the ; Printed Muslins and Lawns from 10 ets. to Professor Eberly says a vast number of theso and the Telegraph, (Volume Jl, to comment in"dt> the decisions to the Summer of I2&2, \

., Department at Washington. j | SO ets. per yard; could be saved by the timely use of Dome prompt in May next,) will be be Two greatly Dollars.THh enlarged. being thus two year in advance of any other. .. it-
will
1ieTel.. to all reaMnable thron bout We believe that Medicine after which the p:ice of i-nglisjh Kcport ;
men Fj.d and Plain Berager Silk Tissues; reined, a pods ling II, ia being issued print
the Uai be relies for success upon bis lamiliarity with the che-ked at home as well as abroad. This u no Paregor Monthly, and l il devoted to and there will also be published Ala won u.qairsaa;
; which if Science. It contains many important facts I .Table flf C&cBhowicj at a 'claeee tbe.'.' l-
rootine of b1ll 1iUI. j : French Cambrics, plaid and plain; ic preparation but one naej in season laws on ; fall \ .
WASHINGTON May 10, 1853. J Changeable Summer Silks iroin 87J c. to $; will save the lives of thousands. Many certifi- profound expositions of Each the psychological number contains at'' urno and page of.te1'1 s it:1'l.of'. sports wbirk',\
Florence and Marcekne cates could be furnished. but it is preferable that which they depend. contain tile sauw case as the Law ,and Equity
Wide mack Silks the ablest
; matter from
Medicine should sell on its own merits The least 43 pages of original t_ ( Reports. :* 4 ..
Z. D. GILMAN : kai any and is embsUished with a portruit, In tht.i... .
A an.10t.of Embroidered Sw'us Shaw; following i*only one of thousands of testimonials coatributors. -I- 'Thw TtePor will&e ontnued. i
very teeU of some piritnaliit or Reformer, la, at the low\rice. of !t ersirg4.
3t"rP0 Canton from well known Phynciam. on superior*ty
A few rich embroidered and plain Crape '
Term$3 per annum to nubxcrihtrs. .Sabicri1tiona !
volume 'ermat'C:1' _
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE Shawls; 1 of the ghekiaah Ja elegantly - -. '- .\ I
fee Nsw OBLKAIS,April 9. 1832. The first volume to the abofo received by : -
White Lace Mantillas and
WASHINGTON CITY ; Dear Sir-The public generally are fully printed and bound and its intrinsic merits _, _. jo1ii.cxOFEB&. Ca.'i
Goods Pointed
A choice lot of embroidered artistic: beauty entitle it te a place in every Agent for Savannah.Jncksoiivillii ::.
of Remedies Dinea-wd ja
thousands .
of the
*.r.u Salt Proprietor of Collars; aware Price. in morocco, lettered, and lilt. ;L
Library. ,
-title of Sarsaparilla, Pills,
the
Do. L. C. Hdkft Chimesettes Underdeeves, Lungs under ; -
BO. .. ,. .,. ,
GILMAN'S / \ Cuff. &e.: Planters Lanimeats&e.. that are daily broughtto $3;, in U.muslin. .. _&__. __.. Oft .1.ft.. T. ._-.., .AdAreu___'n-. ,, -'s--'. Foundrv.t.a -
l
'Iasttaeoi LiqUId The latest fashion of Ladies' Hats at very low their notice through the newspapers, by way A llbenu TARTRIUGE & BRITTAN. ..% f.! :.'
this
My n Writing '
object
'prices; : of aovertiscments. CourUandUtolle', New York. A> D'

uncut. lUeh Bonnet Kibbon I Linings;'. least those who are afflicted to use ono that cniv. marJ7? 1 .
:
ii
For sale'by Ladies and .M lleI' Slippers Ties,Gaiters,. tame articles of real tut in PulmontrV Dutam.I Union .gn tu :Warchonse and .. : 4

3 'JOHN M. PAYNE. \ JiooU and Bootees; I am conscious that In FO doing, 1 am acting most ', '. Powder.This rflE subscribers, hannp made extensive sad : T L ,
3ackioisfl i94GiJtAI4 i nnprofessionally and derogatory to the interests -. 'SEED'STORE, Leonard's Yeast JL valaaWeiiuiTOvofneiitaia their G&alllisb-i!

pmt OCXtLEVKT. of Medical Science and tbe regular I'ractition- 'flALPhtCO.- e31ralton 1Ic.1V. r.OFfER'FCm'sA1E ment are BOW pr f4ii d to fnrnith"f ** ,
1liui-Dyi1ath.o&ymd1. A very fine assortment of .. -mad Clothing Powder to admlraUe'sabstitata -of .,.fccm I
Woodman Cherry
Medicine. I refer to .5e.xiiiniue-4 *ay required .
electsseortand '
,
en and ',
tow tbl Gentlemen who Panto, Coati, Vests,of every style, quality scientific remedy that I alarre Bread and all .Tianfirtd hone -'' ? ;
ued ia dty. w arWUcken fashion beautiful Hat Expectorant which ii a Horticultural Im- for, Tturr; in making one to n '
and of Summer
or Mortacnio of a fray or,rd4bM. for ; a style have used ,with more, aneceM, than -any of theuzugUccrIptioU1 and Catins Com of. Batter Cakes,-and ,ha the M*, -SawM1hls- >* a I, .
gentlemen;also a superior qualUy of French plrnet-s.-eousI-ing0t: flow ,kinds .. fc .'
.
attend Ball or Tarty used by h.ici41' : : .J
to canT FngwMtilx
vicklor a ;
p.. Boon and Gaiters;'Shirt*. Drawers,'.Wrappert. &U-lIers,!*traCutterti?Horn Power,Thrashers :over Yeast, in,.making the batterperteotly .
: **ia a' of black by devoting one mttoaal J.!.-J\'l.UfLAN,.AL D. Mitlfl.Grai11CradJd, Tantaw lon P.tmew; :<
,
Collar, CrvU&e. Cloths, Casaimeres-- and&' ?, Fanning lleht nd:iedy:for .b&kingihe ndthlscoaatry. 1't't
all i.htr.m&
Bi late to their toilet In nainjf the i AliHs. SagariAliIls, ,'Gri it M iBs,and. .
logs,always' hand. AUo, Tailorinz\.done to httaM.ep.A. bSolomons Scythes and 8nathiGvaliiRoot ,-BockwHeat .sad .- -
.Ubrated artlcU whioia bead thi otes.Lpkilo.di1Led. short SoWby,W. olo.j < Cotter and,Stuff r*.-Ox instant it is mixed. --w- .
order.en notice. : B.iMoorrf&Co T.M.Turner i Cnttera.Savage. with ihii ,Powder iron and Bass Cantinrs... :: -> .
J. made
.
+ -, rtanters to make fc Co. > lieu. "V'w>4M* inForkuSpade ether Cakes, when : ( .
la'rre bills B Hakea, '
wishing do ,
u and w
can Deford -: Yokes .tr *W t.'t ,
Jas.U-Carter.t..E. Apothecarles' I Stoam BOtjSaWIII1.and ?
veIl at this & Co., Cart W goa.Wbeel lea Ukal6disftgtW1t1'thu. .
store al any other in the tionthern *. tohovela. : ; re 1 ', :
.in Savannah J.and,all DrnggUUBRAGG.SGeneral alion 1 O '. ; .
8l.teL. HaU : with, Ye stJ
barrmrl.llo. : stomach tiow.mada ,
than' .wbs
'
-I... Sealod.Prooas1s : ., All Machiner -_ float'
SEEDS fe>
> : FLOWElt .
< eT8f1w'bere.OLIVER.
A large krt'Of,N erro" Wear-constantly -pD fiELD Gt\tD NA"-"D Iml a fo* uunntes"> : eat.by.crnipetent
\t neairtd by tia-udeninud ui QU hand. '. T. Agent.. ., :.F.tRTILL.'Rl15-Pef1IT'uGuulO '.and a. it reanires, put to operationl&ny' Id .

a V j'UD*y. J3tk UitH for In a&QWDEMQAzINEotu.foE Thefmblte,are'.olietted to call and examine ,3'\ Rroadwnr. New \ork.,' -a large, &P4PbOsPbte. lAme, _: Po". prepare for bakinf fijposrfbffit-/tier. m..hfuistl'p :." .-' -" Ted5L"P":1i ;< I '

,_ 4 Goods and Price,M they win'find it to their iaterert JOHN-MPAYNE.AgenvJacksonville Fla. dtStte5GbaPeO.tiisst;Flaster&e': '. t., having them so0a is feftrelj avoided. reasonable. an4f'urDJlh"'' ,_ ..

:2L thmensloDLJj'U s'rT.u ftet equate, .Wiur < ase at this itore- be- ; ER.8 'ut CB'RsspInX : ,. ''Dfaw J' ,, ... :
to parch "T1"t.lo1.. .., = ,.M.uUF .& -' ,.,.;; .
n.
LS- ; -
Wab .elP1 bcbu tbiftWItb" IBZ sold cheap f or eih.. > ;,.aNo. MsrcbSl.h7 : : and tinx. :Machi -Yca.sittY. -o. .. -")
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.._ door. ", t for the : w; jMooNEtY-coOKIN! '
i L'B. AMERMAN \ t; < fiUODOOOt3k1lOUSE; : ;
State Ocau Hay t..I. -
wthe !
.,, feo
u I. ".I.H.JL; SStscoB. c.'p.' corner DUR15GJDTabMD aal. of Wm, ,Hovey'*P "n& iia"'ti.e&. A ,''.." .JuJeraZ_ a" .. :f !
&( : itu i !UByrnt: ,, iana4d" M JDY AUome doserip r* catalogue will>>. leD',,a appUcatlonby : : -l' Tihiji!uabli article >acisonTine.3Ia'Io..A ..ISSfc.. ., ..1O't.. ;s
., 'IILSPENCERJ 1111 .
'iJ 1"1 CALVIN ,OAK.1 Bay street, mtol.. am.Jdr: n.' .,- :", e4a I ,
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; I j ,'thbLO1LJDA REPUBLICAN -I- S eAVANP4AH. = ADVERTISEMENTS.LW1MbRREL&CO kd.U. ._ ., 5- c1fl.ii ;_ ,1r _, VmTt"ME_ ,:_ S ,9.J jtE; ;;. N J $r. ANo i44iicwJiicaor.; r. CIH\r1iHoB1 S
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't'. I r" ,Wholesale..Grocery, LIqnor, and .; S r'5i'4 I ..U S

i 1bLUMBt7DaEw., PIAI 1ABjIill1! STUB! ; Provision Dealer No.i9EastI3ayopposIte) ktzs1tccIsr.wbari;; ,; all LID ,s..J.! ,I
I- --.r i ; V % t'
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:, : i i it 3 .: maf. lSQ11ari per annum, parable : 1 f L S No.S 189 S EAST BAY. CHAUESTONh, C -"" ..- :

., ,.tt 14 I 8" or er1ng the Pper. nronffhton 8t,'Barannah, Ga.I constantly on hand well selected stock .. m *';PzA&&i M
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t'. I 2.8'a, ript.itu.tr.n..f'at b oNe.xptrstion W. MORRELL.N... '.. .FWEBSTER,, HAS Liquors and Groceries, which be offers Importers and WboIesale.Dealers'in'Foreign LiMON Srsi5W, In-half f quarter cuLl The CAROLLH vffl laT* aarlfi&[
; tli
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year are ebrd S-I. :. for sale low*' Orders from the country carefully barrels,ken. and id.boxes of pae down MOB. trerr
g ; r Wines Cordials. .
-'and :Domestic P.1C
Liqaots ;. Saturday at S. RetiralafUlTKAsvfry
I' t I. I *&.AdT4ertiemnts win be inserted at the following House Furnishing Establishment and promptly attended to., _- Jamaica Lime-juice,do di do do. A7 ._ .
; i ,I t .t/One Dollar perVqnare (oftwelve lines)for Farultare by,Wholesale and Retail., ft>Tenns-CASH OE CITY ACCEPTAHCB; :egara, Tobacco &eand: ; Mannfacturtrs.of Sardines, id':rbole: ;half an
1.t ..j ttflurtt",and Scverty-Fiv. *Otit for every subsequent subscriber desires to call the"further at- April7.y.. '. S S :i.Letnoh'.Syrup'of"soperipr QaHj( >J. Lobt4r1ankere1.. SalnonT aa'
t I' I n rtlou.- To yearly itdvertisen liberalrefloat TIE: of the Florida public to his well ."GEO. ABBOTT fit'.00, J. Ktfp eonttttnila hand La txtenutt Spy of: canisters. 4 > , : win be.madoAll transient JUvertisements known establishment for the sale of the fotlotrins articla, luc they are prtpartd East IndisjreeerVSIflg/lfl! boxes I latka Tnnwdayi 19 o'eloolt'A.W.fSP.M.rJacksoorUIe.
*
: (except by giving a running account WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALERS fl4' chant their jars each. Zi : -'r--f/r f/
persons FURMTUREand 110 USE FURNISHING to tell to City and Country Ala *on Fridar.41*** l4.
. I with the eSce. ) must be paid for P'tTi011ltopu\U. MATERJALSoftvcry DESCRIPTION. Jf.ED n ,G g vtwdliberal trrmt:'-, .- French Chsrrfujn"Brandy fin boxes of 1 dose! These'steamer*connect aD'.lakrior

. 1 t 1. ;! euion. $ House-keepers and merchants can supply themselves COGNAC BRAXDT.-J. J. Dupur,.J, J. Ronsse, each. f _ia-boxes" I'} of 1 each\ I'SUges or EasV Florid* A4 tlluNt**tkwiththa ,
dOleD
: Personsat a dwtance can covern their reniit- with every article for general use or for OILS VARNISH", .. Pinet Castillon-:Co., /. Hennesy P. U. Go-j Fruits in BrandyJ" New Y rk steamshipevCaroUoa Rali..
.
t ins for a-lverticiajr,fy the Wlowlag rates: forming a rood store ct ck. S dard & Co.. Leeer Preres, Otard,'Duptry & Co., assorted.gars. .. I toad*.a&4 Wllraingtc: *Rtafea .a j sraesage iu..,
. + ; One square (twelve lines)published *x months I. in the 'Une'of business mentioned WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, : Do do ia their own;wetdo as. n
Everything
J. & F.: Martel
other
-brands. In rrora.
'If ; and choice
onariwwa
: {
. I I f..r. '., 00 .And description of Paints fcandIn Pie Frnits,do do.' (\ feM J* ; W..IIOIITiDe.
I f. 'io i i i kept on hand, including Parlor Hall. Bedroom' every half pipes,'quarter and eighth casks and la boxes I > SB $8; from Charleston tGI's2aLk$1 -
Reined
TJ'OIquarell.fo.iz; a Paint Store .f.f Stuart's and iLoveriag's Steam
): months, -1300'] and Kitchen. Furniture and sales will be made of 1 dos.'eacb.' For
t." Ii a eJ .Legal&a.ther Busrnws Cards, per an; 10 00 upon as good terms as' purchases esn be effected 'No. 97 East Bay,,Charleston, 9J 0., ,AMKRICAN BRASDT-4th proof ia imitation '' f. of. 1C loaves S fI1\.t m "G'l-tLt r.
aotioos to debtors and creditors 700 at the orth. I. W. MORRELL'S. Do Loa.I*;iozca55na,half-boxes .BEP -F..cHASSE
French,in half pipes quarter and eighth casks. AFlfEGA.N. :
J' AUpinnrorettersofa4minsLraton, 500 Old established .tud,.Savannah. (A. I Also on band Fresh Camphene and Boning Do do,lit proof carrels. each. : ; < t}&i hie. G S. pFeb.lCf.tif. .j -5 ,Jaetnu.-
Do Cruan.d
I.: .. I t Nof.: -tf.ppli. a\ion. tur. dbD_ a. Adminitr&tor march 24.WKBSTKllANp 5 Fluid, and every description of Lamps and Chandeliers HOLLAND GIN-Pine Apple Anchor, Cologneand Do Ground or Pulverized la barrels. : S L1LB.1DPskkL.
; '' $1000 for the at the Manufactu Clover Leaf Brands. r ; JtJ
burning same, of 45 Ibs. .. .. .
PALMES DoS&uniltdnedCsndy, (aibexes -i -< -> ,
JQtflbUfleementofeIIdidateeforo1ce S S S T/
I 500 __ S
", rers'prices. WHISKKT-Irish and Scotch. r 1 b '
\
j I JNo announcement will be made unless the same Bloh's Fire Paint. Do Monongahela lit and 2d quality. e!ach. /-J/-r-T ; JN L
Agent for Proof Opposition
toftandhardshelL
. : I. be accompanied with the amount WHOLESALE DEALERS INGROCERIES Almonds; ben/Bardettt.aid anel11es: 1I1eh.11 i'yIn.
.' charged. Do O'Mara:Pittsbnrg Shes.fRy. and .
April 7-y ,
1 Editorial notices for private benefit will be __ 'Bourbon. 5 _,
t Castile of Ia boxes of ttJ lY."IIf"wl.. !
fl ; bared double the rate of ad crtising. & Do Baltimore; .!tern Rye and New Soap superior. quality. :
Johnston] Crews Brawley '
A. Welles & Co.-at the oM! about 25 >..each.
t Successors
: 'J a Jlelijions Obituary and Marriage notices will' to Orleans rectified.Htm 5 : I : '-' '.I .'.XO',
r published Stand IMPORTERS ANDVHM.F.6ALE. DEALEffl IN Soap'; Jackson's No.I. Fla and SaTansah
': ,) -ldJam..iea. St.- Croix; New Orleans Palatka1''
f' r.Ga.
I .t'T ,
Velvet in bales and
Corks, wins: bags :
: "
HJ Communications must be post paid. NO. BAY STREET and New U '
: 195 DRY GODSNO.181 England. oss each., ,* of S : "5 J S1DE''ALL THE Wt1 "
.. ;r
; ir -. & PCACH BUNDt-Qld North Caroliaa and Virginia. .
__ Jan. 27 6m. SAVANNAH, GA. Bottle Black
7 Via
EAST BAT,CIU LtLESTU&,.c. S : Do-common ;lags gross.Do Picdata Creast.Thtsoz .
:rz :t": .BUSINESS C UPS. _-ins_ w.\VTTHSTFR_ .0 fiFn F. PALMES. I. APPLE: BKAKST New'Jersey and, North. Carolina. ';Velvet Jug and Tsp; "' f' ." 5 'Fla* and S t.' rf." Brwsswzck, '.I40JJ0.

H 1 -- Si: J. H. lIR WLE1 DemQohn, .4 and gross rim Ga. t ..
LEGAL -'B l i4w&F ST'En- A. JOHNSON, Vinegar, White Wine,ia quarter casks. :
'
ti" '. 1JER. A. J. CREWS, JAMEA H'. BRAtt.ET. CORDIALS-Noyean. Perfect Lore,Anmisstt ,.Do,Cider or Apple.ia barrels. ..T -- I a : ; .TtmE STEAk'1r4KET.
GKO. \CALL 8. Rose CinnamOn and Peppermint. "S SIOAKS A large assortment of Rio 'Hondos, 'I_' '
FACTORSCHANTS. AUSTIN CANNADAT, A. J. PERXT.IMcCARTER WINES-Madeira;Newton, Gordon,Cossart & WELAK., _

'I'< .;'' ",. .3'xKraat&ir saO Ua n Jan .1, Co., Leacock and Jardine, in 4 and | casks.. Consolacion brands, Filantropa of direct Washington importation. and Also otherchoice Flo-I KING-leaves. Palatta- efr7Moadaors1a.st8octock. : .
GEORGIA.P. .
SAVANNAH Port Page's Key and other choice brands. -S S r, i ,
r.t JACKSONVILLE FLA. S
Havana Cheroots and Cuba SUfi.I I Jacksonville
ft : mrSl .S. II. BEHN', JOHN FOSTERjan276tn & CO., Sherry, pale Daff Gordon & Co., BeD tau and ridas, ; Arrives.at same ..1Ul :aII&
other choice brands.Do TOBACCo-P. Robinson's celebrated HoneyDew leaves Tuesday morning at.3 .'plock. toocilnrat
, i I, (srcct3ORsTo M'CARTER &ALLtli,) lIb. plugs ia whole and half boxes of 100' all '
the intermediate plates as aborsJ. : ; ,
." ,. ;: Janes IV. Bryant, do Brown, do do. v-
tt DOYLE WHOLESALE 1 1K London Particular and Ibs. each. : Through Fare from Palatka, PioolaU aad
Teneriffe Ventoso's [
It :. ATTORNET AND COCXSF.LI.OII-AT-LAW, McMAHON &, Do Do Rough and Ready in kegs of about 100 Black Creek. '* + ,.'' '. MOO
.It
,. '', ';. I;" UJ. n Dl l Q S WHOLHSALt-DEALERS IX K ILLER ANn I II TATU! R Cargo Do Sicily do. Madeira, quarter casks. lbs each. Through Fare from Jacksonvffiet, _
Do Word's Premium lobaeco in 5's S's.and
L. i.- ; J. P. Sanderson, GliOEllIE AND FllllIsFIi3s: Corner Meeting and Pin ckneyts., Do Malaga, dry and sweet, in 4 and J casks. S CO-N. B_The"Wslaka.con nee ta.wttfc tk
S LONDON POUTEK Byass' and pints. lib.Do steamship,Stateof.OcMrgts.for PbiladilphU.
quarts i
: -
ATTOKNKT Charleston C. El Dorado in boxes 40 to 411bs. each i
J .. I AXD COUNSEU.OR AT -
LAW. Do Scotch and East India Ale, quarts & pints .,. .
: '. aJ.ons:3 : Lnl Q FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, CHAMPAGNE CIDKR-Boxes,one dozen each. And a variety of other brands in 6'1. 8's, sad S A H BTT 5 .

.. t= Jacksonville.. 17. liV). tf NO. 190 BAY STREET, JCSJ- A complete assortment bf l LAW Do do Casks, three and six dozen each. 4 lb.plugs.i x, R. DUKE' P,1atb.>_ I
in boxes of f
Tobacco. 8
i and
g t. ':: J.\LIi'i'S LI DAImR (Opposite Messrs. Scran ton,Johnston & Co.) :MEDICAL SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS WISE BITTERS-Boxes, one dozen each and on .1 and Smoking 8 os. dozen. F. WAVER &CO..JaeksonTin
.1 papers. "
: ; .: J Formerly occ"pierllly Ch,x. Hartridge, Esq. BOOKS, together with'BLANE BOOKS draught. Wine Bottles-French and German Patent, in S. M. LAFF'TEAC.-. .
ATTOaXEYATLA', Cordials. assorted do do. Feb.24-tf ---
: : Alligator SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. PAPER and STATIONERY, bf r every Claret do do. hampers, one gross ach. '
: Columbia Wino
;
Co., East ..Florida.n7 A Flasks-Quarts, pints, and half pints. United"8tate
JOHN M'KAIIOX. JAMES DOTLE.jan27ly. description, kept constantly on hanl, and offered Madeira do do. Mail, Linp
:' '.. ; WHIT SHlTH"l Demijohn's-1,2,3,4, and 5 gallons. ." "' .. .,
: ; j at the lowest prices. j n6-6m Port do do. I. "I.
.tfl a : Candles Sperm, Pearl,and Adamantine. BK1WIE.1. ,_ .\ nte *
1' 'r'br do do. ;
: ATTORNEY AT LAW, DtnSOti ,& CO Sherry in baskets dozen each Pickles and Sauces. Palatka'FI. :and 'Savannah t.
Champagne ,one ,
I Alligator, Cdnmlla Co., East Florida. J CHARLESTON HOTELD. quarts TEAS-H'sou. Imperial and Black ,
!a -nOiI---iiii-AIILtM---- KAC I'DllS) ANt GENKrlALCOMMISSION ( and other pint?brands.Flag lleidseick Bouche, ..Calhounand jan 5-11 (INSIDE,ALLTHE/-WA. ; ):)"u s>

MERCHANTS, of the fiaestVine Via Picdi.la. Block Creek] .) i1U.tilh1
,li! Attorney nt Liv.I The above comprise some 5
,.:l I OFFICES at HAIiATICA E. P1.., SAVANNAH GA. D. MIXER. I imported. S. Fla.. and_St., Mars Brunmcit.nJDaritu ,
t!. i' a WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Easiness a.W. A"DERSOX. J.W. A.NOCKSON J J. JACKSO.T Meeting street, between Hayne and Pinckney, --
:4 ,,i .. ktrnsted to their clLreviU be promptly attended I jan27-ly. CHARLESTON. S. C. STATE FLORIDA. For Sale.. : \ .
at ; j --- Tr; milE STEAM PACKET U.
I to. Februnr.v19,182.-tf jan 6-ly _
:
: _
1 '
S .' .
;,. STOVE DEPOT PBOPOSED AMENDMENTS THE COSSTITUTIOS jB.OASTOarCapt.T.EiSHAW.leaves ; .
t OS3IAW 3. HART Valuable Sugar and Cotton
AND GENERAL FURNISHNG WARE- dESSErr OF SAID STATE, Palatka1onpyThr.Tsda.r"monw.. ':at &
S S
ATTORNEY S -
AT LAW -i '1. -
e'. Adopted by the slitfc: General Assembly. Land in Florida. o'clock nt >
: ROUSE. Commission Merchant. .
KEY 'YE T. FliA., Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings aad'

I 4IZ* t Practices. the United States and State Courts 10 12 AD 14 BAE.NAED STREET, SAVANNAH GEO. WHOLESALE DEALER AN ACT to alter and INo.amend 1.] the Fourteenth and THE undersigned offers the following Val leaves on Friday morning at SVofoak/tonehin-
: V of the Southern District of Florida. mHE Subscriber most respectfully invites a Property for sale,vii : at sULks Intermediate points ab :
In Groceries and Liquors Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article. His SUGAR ,._ as n
PLAN
iiir; July 10-tf .lj call at his Establishment, where every effort 1ATION, known as St. S .n' s* 1"'. TTA
will bo made to give satisfaction. The largest NO. 139 EAST BA YCHARLESTmr* and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of Josephs.situated in St. Johns county at the ftj-N.B ene.. -a ;
4 : the Fifth Article of the Constitution of thi head of Matanzas River in Graham Swamp, S "St.-oJOb
F. C. BARRETT and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor 8. C. State. : f".t
StOTeS, from the best Manufactures. All S containing 1300 acres of which about 800 are of f
Public finished will be
Notary 6-ly
jan now nearly put on tbe.Iin.r
Commissioner for faldllltcknowleds kinds ,of Hollow Ware, Hardware, Cnttlery, SEC. 1. Be it enacted bv the Senate and house rich loam, based on marl ; 500 are well cleared
: ment of DZ't.'th. Wooden-ware, Brushes,Guns-single and double COITOTGT JENNINGS fe CO. of Representatives of the State of Florida in (--thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation The Steamer William .Ga&oa.eet..
barrels Pistols Crittania and Glass Fluid Lamps eral dstembty convened, 1 hat the fourteenth ; about 55 acres of well re-supplied and. with the,S.wr.,Yor .8t. ea1rsJvdvy Saturday.
And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in Wf'ofpponlp and Rela'il;) Dpalpis in :-
I
the States of &c., &3. Also, constantly manufacturing all Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of! plant cane Oentrally located on the plantation "
I kinds of Plain, Planished and Japaned Tin-ware 1 SADD1BRiDLS this State be so altered and amended as to read|,,is a superior Steam Lngine'with Sugar mill and Through Fare from Palatka PieolsU' aadl .\
KF.W TORE AND FKXKSTLTAMA.Jacksonville. Camphene and Burning Fluid-constantly on as follows viz: "There shall be a Secretary of|complete Sugar works, capable of manufacturing Black-Creek/* rK'tfr.t.;) j.i;Jt8 Of>

,c4J. Florida. Oct.14-tf j hand. Ijan27-] J. J.M.lJR1c SADDLE 4- CARPET BAGS, State elected by the qualified voters of this State I 1 10 to 15 hhds per day and saw i mill attached Trough Fare froin'ackzoayifle.- <-rA.0* ,
'. a, jraraEonas: : :_ IIAKNKSS, on the first Monday in October, in the year 1836.!running two single saws. Also finely situated .5550ITS. ,: f'
I PRICE & VEADER WHIPS, TRUNKS. VALISES &C.. tc.. &C. who shall continue in office during the term of on pine land and commanding a view of the whole A.EJ::' HERTZ;'Palatti., -

NOTARY PUBLIC NO. 165 MEETING STREET, four'years; and he shall keep a fair register the plantation a comfortable '.two story and' attic 'BISBEE & COvJacisoovini. .
.v-s" 147, official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and >name dwelling house containing ten rooms, and S S CLAGHORN & COySavaanaV: ,
JACK. u.snLIE. E. FLA.GENZKAL. _. Bay street Savannah Opposite Charleston Hotel shall when required,lay jne same,and all papers.'necessary buildings. The works and buildings -, 'e'b-Utf_ : '.;;":-. -: I'
4 a ---,- :- _- s. C.IIATDWAItR minutes and vouchers relative all in order for immediate
: : jan 6-ly CHARLESTON thereto before the are complete *
-'I "i'. A T all times keep a large assortment of fine ?
FOR PHILADELPHli
J.A CLOTHS General Assembly, and shall perform such* other occupation. Also a fine stock of several hundred a .
------ CASSIMERES duties as may be required of him by law : Pro"idd. ]head of mixed Durbams, and common breeds of '. "
# .; : AND VESTING, That the term of office of the Secretary of]cattle and a stock of aboi t O fall 1res.L Writ Uiiiteil States Mail Line.
. ti -. i fl'D1O/AL7i Which they are prepared to make to measure' in State to be elected under this amended Constitution -I India Sheep, which will be sold with the plantation ,

the best manner. AlsoReadymade COURTNEY TENNENT t Co.. shall not commence until the term of office if desired or separately. '

DOCTOR W. J. t'EHGLE Clothing. DIRECT IMPORTERS OP of the officer now elected shall expire. ALSO. Fdep lo" ,.d.&ziaIJWf S
1 : Offers Lie Profewional Services A large Stock of FIXE Clothing of good materials HARDWARE CUTLERY GUNS, PISTOLS SEC. 2. Be it further Thatthetwenty", The tract known as ."'}"' Ann," eocUlcfcg : ... I" 11 1pe.1',
.1 ; to the citizens of &c., third Clause of the third Article of 675 of hammock
V Jacksonville and Duval and well made. the Constitution acres mostly high heavy and "Il i E 5-w v ,I "pVDd4 si4e
: ( Omee Iu the 'a County. With a large variety FANCY ARTICLES No. 35 Iliifne' Street. of this State be so altered and amended a'prairie, having a rich soil t; ;m ttics i*' Lc fret : bt- JI wheel .
au" Bnlldap2I 1
"publl
: 'InK. Hat, Caps Canes, Umbrellas Shirts, Crarats. bD.nonCB5:3'3 :. 5 o C:1a to read as follows, viz: A State Treasurer and I:'in depth based on marl..ALSO . lui2.f .._. tA.P"j t1.... '._I ,' ,.."

p'w Stocks, Scarfs.: &c. &e. All of which will be WM. C. COURTNEY, G.B.TENNZNT, Comptroller Public Accounts shall be'elected I:I' 1: ;".m." !fl"C.'. %vALtIzet'144L'S; '
: MALONE sold at the LOWEST PRICES. .JAMES B. EVA 8. by the qualified electors of this State on the first two tracts known rtpoctiv-l a* "MsU will c.t" 'itA1 ..noItIItyl ,

I $ TAYLOR Savannah, March 4th, .1853. 10-ly Ja.n6-Iy Monday in October in. the year 1856., and every;,i.Compra"and "Bella Vtt&," ivljoiniiiit cash S ..: W.e. T.t Meyl.d .
it' two thereafter. LUMBER years ta "S
.1; COMMISSION( MERCHANTS, I WM. SYMONS D AMAMJFACT7R15 AMBLED Sec. 3. .Be it further'enacted, That the .tbir)j'aide! Matanzas River Sun containing i ira &U I i I I 4j tI., 5 t1ay1L.l.moJ. I

k. : FIRST WHAKF BKT.OW NOBLE ST., I S teenth Clause of the fifth Article of the Conatitu-i1.1[1175 acres. The Southern hs.lt: of.!ala '.:oii pra. I.I .( S tk JIA'M.'

Very respectfully PHILADELPHIA solicit consignments, of.r I I DRAPER I TAILOR, AND DEALER IN tion of this State be so iltered and amended as'!]which heavy hammock. And St. Ao, h'S i, J I"%: .
ua..c. 5B D C:9 i to read as follows, rill The Clerk of the Supreme''immediately! contiguous to M. Joseph?, nuid
. Southern Lumber, Shingles, &c. &c. AND DEALER IN 161 l\EETl] G-STRF.ET, Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery, 'might be conveniently cuT.-1..1 with it, tin* 'l1I* V"i 3e'e1' vU atrit ," reNEfAYORK II
.. .Refer to_ REA DV-M ADE CLOTHING shall be ar4 e-e r r: 'fbtr ,
elected by the qualified electors of this forming' an extensive ngt.r ; : mtation ut up- 't' {
; : A.JUcCt.T.A, Cashier Caraji Bank, N. J.: NO. 17 WHITTAKER STREET jan6.ly CHARLESTON s. c. State, on the first Monday in October in the yeai r'wards'' of2000acres.( Theo,:,,;- of thee tq :. sod. .i1tr .i-.I $ 1 i

JOMATRA! HBOCK, Philadelphia; SAVANNAH GA. Wholesale lint & Cap Warehouse, 1836, and every four'years thereafter, and the1 j tracts is of Live Oak bamm*-k. based o& cWety .: iJi_
-E.T. KiCHJUtDsm, do Clerks of the Circuit Courts shell ', .1'" 'M4 "' y41* r. i. r..
161 MEETING ST. Charles shall be elected byi'!{:'concreted stone or coom-ia.. favoring irture .. f-} .
T. E. BrcKuu, Jacksonville Florida. Gloves Siifpenderp,Shirts, and Gentlemen's NO. opposite; the ; tt-1 t. .'" z4t 1't.". iI'
S ton Hotel, Charleston. The unjersigned qualified elector, in such manne: as id nos ; and ofthe first quality (or cm\ t.la.td .s't. f .
T ; :; February 17, 1853.* Furnishing articles generally.jan27l has in Store and is constantly receiving from his or may hereafter be prescribed by law. I:jton and Tobacco .They DC/-! b* --a &o' V'1tp :1 I' .
,
Edmund Whitnay yBlfTYERAND I II t I several manufacturer, all of the different kinds SEC. 4. Be it further enacted That the six"under cultivation having c -u in >ear> 10&\600 ,' .. ', 'Suakaij .r _.
__ ...,. -< \e.z
: Commissioned ; of HATS and CAPS suitable for the southern teenth Clause of the filth Article of the Constitu cultivated in Cotton ot wo: h the yield w.s : l' .? "'",

S Measurer and and legally qualified as CHEESIEMPO ilIUM, and southwestern markets, to which lie invites the tion of this State be, and tho same in hereby so t' Inspector S Skl44
of .
Lumber I I ..
; $ Dnvnl for S BYAVANA1 attention of merchants desiring good in his line. I I altered and amended as to read as follows viz :1!There is on the place A laruumlr of $wee 'Ii.if ..

.. be found when hi Comity..May I I'I Having inauy years experience in business, he 1 I There shall be an Attorney General for the State,]1 1I 'orange, pomegranate, fig :.,mon and 1'- ., ,i .t, .
services are desired on I who shall resitle'at I\ > ,- .J._ tk-, p.
inquiry at the R m'mmmD'I I I fI flatters himself that in prices and finality his' the seat of Government ; it treed and an extensive EOI-- "ratgo mrsof -t', ; S >, t. .
June 10 Republican Gin office. ,SJ 'ff |! goods cannot be excolled. I).A. A!I LI H. j shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the.I .] which, with proper alt \.0, can te e 1 $,nr*. 5; S5S !
S S i General Assembly! and the :restored to their A. t. :. ."- .uttnS&.
!, .( L0tGI I \, : ------ upoa passage of any'i ij once prom-l.t.; I .1fiJit on.t .
JOSEPII-GRI0E, WHOLESALE DEALER INBUTTER !j u. A. coEHTj & COm i act, to draft and submit; to the General Assemblyt All ofth above tracts ..;"- Mtuited b"tn! : HKtt:, .,. ,* ,
.; General Commission i Importers & Dealers of at the same session, all necessary forms of pro'one or two miTos'from the "'/ a.1. pf hcaiifcy: ; ,;.' .% ijPbils.diiph&;
Merchant, AND CHEESE cecdingj under such laws which when approved J location, and in convenient >i>uiaitaicatioti: wills Feb.4-if S S
I 'Sisicr. 36 and WATERS'T., tfKuT! YOU K. Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods shall be published therewith and he shall perform -;the City of St. Augustine, 'ein;: about thirty TSTPACIr --- -- -

S S all prompt attention given to the gale of DI1ECT FROM I NO. 175 EAST BAY. sucn other duties as rnuy be prescribed byi1:miles to the South by land an-! aWit ti.IS._ i:

S. and article all orders of produce entrusted to his care, I GOSHEN NEW YORK. Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar &Bro. | law; he shall be elected by tha qualified distance;;, by water by tie 3-;.ios.t.; Uiver. :C
4 promptly complied with. jan27-lv ;for this State, on the first Monday of October, in|, *; E T LINF
S iinfi-fin
ap129.tf CHARLESTON-'nn..__, __.., _. _.. tho I!5G, and four ALSC. .
year every thereafter I

'::1 J. H OI.MCamniltslon J.: S 'M1IllE ''4Nll 'B llEllllIali n K New Stock Spring G ccs S | dress but may two-thirds be removed by the Governor years on the adi -,1!'miles The by tract water known North IU'of Ft v.il:M-uao".'tt'," lyrcp and b'tween *Wj'1:* .; : ; .s t$

S 8"\ 'Ie'elatnt a of the two.Houses of the General -' the North river ac-.l -.na: crJek. bulb- \ : S
S 'S 100 \ AU.SnEET, NEW YORK. 1 WHOLESALE DUUGUISTS I Assembly, and ball receive for his service?navagable for large boats it >-<..m.aii3373acr :' JTt. .


,' -low Timber WILL nne.and pay Lumber 1'ioJucs fIl.rtioJtllrattenti Live; &UtI Oak t.,orders and other togilesof for Southern purchasjng Yel- PAINTS. OILS AND, DEALERS WINDOW IN_ ,GLASS, iiiiiis 1 SIIIIE.H AnD II n IIOL j\I a to That compensation be' the wected term under of to office be, this fixed of amended the;by Attorney law Constitution: Provided.General I I1!I of hammock adapted and fur pine Sea land.IsU.-.>. i i'-vottau<< well and,ituawland si-otk : :. i'n:1', ,"oI .ekiUlt.il. r1ulU!.: aw ILe5wf' 'e.rkes tk. 'Ia e. .'Hl'sIP

be. raising.
Merehandii'e. dec9tfJIOL.LNEII I No. 30 L'isl Bay. South of tin Post Office, shall not commence until the term tf office of tbe S by the .vw i4n&-ss(. ltbOO er --
MUSTARD
SPICES Is SNUFF, { 1 officer elected Aw>, 51os* < Iee. 270 too j A.ROGERS.. aia'r.
shall
CHARLESTON S. c.mIlE I now expire. I
& POTTJ211. I PERFUMERY, BRURUES&e.' I SEC. 5. Be it further enacted That said elec- 9300 acres unimproved' n\i. it* Salt I Srng," S Jt'r-f'.o. t,1'2)tozt. J. S. KOG f. :. Ce&r.

General Commission Uerchants AND lANDRETlftl GARDEN SED.S *. j lions shall' be conducted and the returns thereof,at the north end of Lab* uurge; on the ?t. ': will JAy 1'\1 iQ1at' '.beh'fflI the po ts.
Subscriber offers for sale wen.selected'II I j Johns river,immediately ws: .,f Ih I
t 1.14 Front Street Corner Maiden GIBBON'S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH, GA. a IP I { made in the manner now prescribed, or which aytoa.fslaihj AIat-4b N.. York. ,
Lane, of the The track embraces al "
assortment above Good !
r Up Stair., New I jan27-6m S speciallyadapted : may hereafter be prescribed byla.w. for the elecI1 prinj: and -'alt; 5 i'J JO F.M{ C.R1CtWau.riJes't.ovi1e
York to the Southern trade which will be Spring creek" which .' S
WILL sold I tion of member' to nearly eqinJIy dirt-jes u i.. in .
toltheir attend care. promptly Particular to attention all btifinesa entrusted i'I LIAR D W ARE. at the lowest rates for ciuh or approved paper. and it shall be the duty Congress of the from Governor this to Stat issue; through its whole length, and, rarigaMe from i i Bi44'. a. CANOVA.
given to the Merchants the river
visiting the city are invited to for boats of thr > lotr fitt
an < : dIugbt. ;
ale 1140 of to Cotton the Lumber Timberand Turpentine; .i "H" HAVE on hand and am constantly receiving inspection of the stock. I commissions persons receiving, under the the seal of the State, to the The land is mostly rolling v. .'ow piner of.h-* iz.i .S; .gantiirak4rI. 1 K. D1''r. S ". S:
purchase highest number of votes for
goods.FLibral.tnuccflent.ma.de \i JL a full supply of Hardware ; consisting ofj R. A. PRINGLE, the said several offices. quality entirely free (rom''IJtlt >itf sty kind, Aflg4ds 'tmrvctod t.dae tWJ.t.,YO1
s on oonsifnments. j j Cutlery Cookinz Utensils, Mill Saws Cruet Cut SO East Bay South oftbe Post Office, SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. and thought to be good cot' w. i, I i"\1wT with t\o"al'i.'i4.
)ebruary 1852.-7y. S -Passed the House
I : ; ____ i Saws, Hoes,Chains, Nails,Axes, Blacksmith'and jan 6-Cm Charleston S C. I of Representatives by the Constitutional some considerable bodies ob>in e Ii e'I I &;cptetibor itr. J.. Zl-4t .
S .":' & CO. j CarpDtcr' Tool:, and all other articles usually January 3, 1853. Passed the majority, oak hammock,and prairie n>.< .i!npa*to t5w ...It -
Senato Hel ib'fO.rL'
C...IssIon and Forvrardlng Merchants line of business. S Constitutional by the The location also embraces'Suies for '', -monra-e'-
I AMD C. HOPKINS Agent., South Carolina Paper Manufacturing majority, January 6, ;. I ing one-of the largest and wost pru conMrott.S l f"THE rttjawr SAH'AH :'ALD

_1 -I Dealers in Groceries. Provisions. Choice Wines, XO..I7 Congress St., &vanah. Ga. o Company. OFFICE OF SECRETAIT- STATE powers, as, independent of ti<* How f.-ufa the I '.. lXGt b41 i g NeP W A.ed hy 1M.

-4 'I Liquors and Secars,Taints Oils,Drugs,&e.&e., j n 71 SSINO. Capitol, ToUahnuee March OP 23;; 1853., >\' spring, the waters of lake bc -htl1!, about four A. $.&atz&,'>3nft.f"W1'e"

for CASH only. norlS mUE Subscriber, Agent of the above Compa- I,CHARLES W. OOWNJ.VO miles length by one miU m brtaithmay be tripe r isiJackstaiiU. f4 ZIkj Mon .s---toec'
! M. State
COUP of
H Secretary' '
j ? '.. Bay Street_Jacksonville E. Fla. 65 CO., Jd. ny begs leave to inform for the State of Florida do hereby certify the,'made availableby a canal nfMlrt-ut. 16 cbaioa in ,<: ing at t', be int..t a1tWltg" < '

.5 Iiew"! and Provision WOLA'AND RETAIL Printers and Publisherstba.t 1 I foregoing to be a true and correct of the 'length 'yielding an inexhwuriila cepply with : She ,: III )eaveJkIftc. eft" *,1t *
Grocery DE.\tUI'N .
Store. original file in this copy a fall of at least IS feet. 5.'he spring itself;I th., morn tn.ga 8,. .ckai i1Jl aif Piatk* .
Books on office.
'4 : fnUE: SUBSCrUBCK.3 having taken the Stationery i the extensive Mill of the South Carolina Pa 1 In Whereof I .water of which' has been analysed by Prof. .': svtsing. ':,*\(, -i
have
Sj .. )building tm lay St.. formerly occupied per Manufacturing Company u now iu full Testimony hereunto Chelton of New York and fhovru :: taa'ps Palatka S
'. by CORNER WHIT AKtR' ti ST. JULIAN 8TS. opej i j I i affixed my signature and the Great Seal of t) h '>f taT "I Monday .norainr atT .
. ,4 Alsop Hours, would Invite the attention of pnr- ,;"". C;: warlsiii'* Itaugc, .j ration, manrfacturing r the State of Florida. 'uable medicinal properties is tf ispaciocis di* \1'c' f c.tb rpjearrinj jjat:: Enterprise '
I Done
the
at
; chasers. their large and genera! emortuient of SAVANNAH. J BOOK ANL NEWS PAPER. i2 in the City Tallahassee Capitol, luensiona, being CO yard. ID u.umeter, ac--; >.;"* 1.. u.,:lR*. .- .:
.i G..cm 'Fro wlnl. &c. &kc.-eOIlli. in i of all sizes and of the best quality. on Monday, the eligibly and : -rb4 Arab SpalJiaj carries 'f.
of part J.VO'. M COOPER, VTJI. A. OLCO'f E. KXAPP. 28th day March, A. 1).153, and seven picturesquely \o./UAtJ. Its jviCin ti* S alt
i' ALSO, a commercial } from aiato
or 'agricut ral 'of view Ea..rprilG. She ssU
JII* w t -seventh of the posit k si ''
1 Flour. Fulton Markst Ueef. )'.atter. Printing.arad Bookbinding executed vilhiieuintsi \j SIAKI1.T4A 1VIIAPPI50 PAPER United States year of America.Independence of the with its advantage ia cont.f >(?n2'" best wc uci '. d. t o b :ia .ceil ute evotho Kt eb* '
i': : 'Corn. MOSJ Pork. Lard. ; BuitaLle for Grocers Hardware Dealers &c. I i I I C. W. 'of only a few miles acroid ta the a.11nlf.of *' 'aa-Jt the ac.4enmodJsiun l 'II I'-'lantf
RiM I'icVle.1 Shad. Cheec.S ariddespaitJi. i; No pains or expense has'been spared to render': DOWNING |:must before very long draw the Rtt-iuUoa of th*, J ,.4, iMSIiFE a 1A.iUA. ;
1 t ; Mackerel Foreign Books imported to order at N. Y.prices. I! it equal to the best Northern Mills ; all the !'latest j '- -- -- Secretary of State. .'1I1lUltertl and iiiprthant, o?. that. .frtiL. .. .;"n. i I:: .A ril 25-tf-. ._
.- S ..r .. r\\m----*-- n.nAma____. Feb in.tr S I -n-*- -.... -n .|*._,-.*** ...VWMV,
s S ., liaeun Sides&ShoulJura.I Par hm nt Paper Letter-Copying duccdipto the same. : Two tracts containing 5(<10 acres on the west I cir4uit Coarf, lS**<*4m CJr U .f Flori

< ....owcl.r.'tarC'h.. Wines. j 1tOOKS.-Tbis Paper is' very tough; lil'oWII l All orders promptly attended to by 1 1 i SllEll HAfm II .WAH and 45K( on'the east side i 4't. John iirer I da, Z>a*. <..ut.,.
0
i 1bot. Candles. Liquors. .Iia JOSE'iIVATS.KER, about 12 miles above. Palatka, and having a l -S J.
4 "I *,;. 8 llP. & ars. advantage up a perfect'and rf texture distinct and surface copyandtfferstho / .which; {JrJ-Agent,82 East Bay CHARLESTON, r nu KCHAsIiils""!N"FLOKlUA' eltle- river front each of about four toiled ia extent ; .SarnuelBr.yszz.YI.

Paints Oils Drugs,&:. te.-Whkli they will be written upon without spreading. The Booksare may South Carolina I -uwhere in the vicinity; of Savannah;are informed That on the wost'ofthe riierII mostly of '4ac S JOI( j}h S. Baktr, Sarah &1 r.Ci-4.r.:
,4111 low pea CA&H. Wholesale Paper Coinm'ii Warehouse. that the subscriber has on' band'and is tad swamp land and embrac the site Clf tlJ.
well boilJ41 and sold lUgicw hi iI'
and paged, are. at themanufacturer's w ifs .Calvin
b .1
I
.Their stock f .
; goods baring been purchased prices iu single ones or in' & constantly receiving from the best and most res- Ioglim Indian trading store. or I'vaton IMf1 k S Iri'a\ttBd other ,
., radii, for cash, they flatter'thatn.iolres that they ties' S < Constantly hand i pectablo manufacturers in the country rich DIAMOND -Co.. now known ad"Bambi,',old store," whif.a I U'ingbf..h1 -. <
.can sell them on term which will taake it an ob : A LARGE STOCK .? !I I RUBY* PEARL', and other'JEWEL- i is its beginning cornerand rm>* th>'rwe .miUs to 1fT icaj.Co W fciiTi! ti,t
ject to buymto' puruiiM of them. PArENT DOUBLE LEVER COpYINGPRESS. OF EVERY OF ESC WRITING PAPERS It Y. and sterling Silretv Ware, such as the widow Paugree's "old fleUs,"thence west and : Jl .4 sejbtah' j;AAu.. _.ire tw.

m i it : K. WAVER & CO. .. IPTIOt", j TABLE, DESEKT and north to a point opposite cie bcginuiar. The !; I1eIeJdsnLj 10 1'.. .:. eyoM the
p Jacktnvitle.. AW. 18. J322 tf With this press copies are taken with more Wrapping kinds, Pagers of all Assorted Colored' Pa- S TEA SPOONS and FORKS one on the east side of th* ""fr.1. tctwseu it_' ,-f this State *. 4 *AI. .! G.orgi;&

I :' and'much1' than with the per, 'SI LV ER PLATES WAITERS tbe places known u i'fluSaU Blair and "M unt I _jOQ ofR 1'1 'ja*r f.jr $lUlpaio-
.. oharies. D9 Waal Auctioneer, ease, quicker Screw Cards plain, enamelled Printing Inks. x TEA SETTS Tucker." Besides 601. is f ordered t"_ i---.,* n ia
Iu
CASTORS CUPS and large ly wen .giv. ticvt
'. Press and others ordinarily in use. It does mot and colored, u! *iniber :1
2w JACKSONVI'lE E. F. require fastening duwn, and is not liable to S SAUCERS,.GOBLETS, 'pine lands; it con tains somi rce1Ient hsinmecb n.sspaper publieh-4; '. .-.*,'t.h t t, fnirinr lie l
4 Sale*In any part vf iho County attended to, oat of order. get AGENT.FOR JOHN T. WHITE TUMBLERS, PAP BOATS, 'I and several well wooded bl,tdan4 tjc! ,_._ zitiiiS 'tl J<.eWi S. a..r :..-h It., bis wi!*, seI

It and respectfully aulicite.LNorewMi1ltb. Type and Stereotype_Foundry;' *' SOUP and SAUCE LADLES, for/resideDcesl" *B. ..a'roaoiit survey the west ,*f aa1, &Daws 'i e.i'h OJB plain( wit'.bill
t; 1352. tf. i I. ,JIETALLIC.DA 1PENER,' 'PIE;ICE CREAMCAKE and tract has been reduced to 2M)acres,aa41))>9 an'sS w4s' r.tost ._bit 55j.j.- bill ball V.
His Auction aooth.s and Storo-honse are kept Superseding the use of the Brash Wet'Goth S R.IIOE4CO.i' FRUIT- KNIVES;SOLID I on the cart side of tb .rto34. Jbtlie-.III I I t4. jsr- J1Ube..
SI on Bay Street,near the principal market; where and (Hotting Paper (saving all the time and trouble Printing Press and Circular Savr JZanfy. SILVER DESERT.. PICKLE. and howe er.-- tliot,--.ff-->.- -nfl.ie.n--.- KA_--.. ._ 0 h *ibIi.55,% Worssaad tto a week 1M.
r'&h.p : 'bsk.epsonbniI. at all srasons of the year; t>n incident to their use:) with it a perfect copy ._&.AVWJflflbATfltrpc&...t&A.1 ;'.' !" .A-"U!, TJn..v DU.1 LE.IINAPKiN n T.TT..rH V.E.O, Proposals for purchase will b6 reocivod"y V? A. i egthti7f'sz&5oolks. SSN' .

I r most re.uatrlenn.! ., family Groceries and may always be secured with any press. S S 'Celebrated IVritlng' Inks'. S RINGS.; SALT CELLARS. and, W. Walker. Esq. of tfewtM .: l>ck, 1 .j,,. FOLl'ARTJ..s, *11,. .
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ProTirions for cash or country nroduco.' The: tgn&d are"'th's lieandexclusive l : FRUIT KNIVES.. ., Esq. of New York. Benjamia A. Lavender t Jaebeep ._ March. VHM. lVr4
S ', .. CCJ-A11 the above Manofacturcrs' 15tt. -
i G ds sent to Subscriber on Commusion.,eith at prices. Silver -
Agents for Georgia and Florida for the above plated Spoons For4 and Ladles. Cake of ftaltimor9 ;
articles S George Wubi gtoo- .&< of ?H. I l Cu'irtefrr.batc. *
.r for private or auction disposal, will be quickly April 7. Baskets Castors Waiters east } .. tC" :
and bare mcde arrangements by i which : ; innffen and Trays. Augustine, Florida,or.to lajsoif at ta taLler S Msc'& '
r _
"aitoooVMl t and ,
't I '
S aiaoants sjwejily forwarded.I they are enabled disposa of them. at the mann- -. Ivory balance Handle K.nts,and'silver plated place;postage paid--, I Stal. OfS.FIOrICla t S
Sabseriber has been bow in this community for I facturer's ; S on Steel.Table and Desert ; "
: prices. : : S. S (nives-fine twenty-' JOSEPH itnERUNDEZ.! I lIssusada 5 5
Coo1lttit'f ,
a lit number aflers "of 0 recommendations years u auctioneer, but and desires otherwise.that I American' : 'and Entfwi Copt/ing Writing Doct. Josiah Aslmrston one Brass day.Clocks Marble of Mantle ,1ocks-. and common. :St.. -Augustine, March' '8tjl!! ma17-4f I! :f hG A. &UOtu 54 W' S S!?z.

I.: Inquiries be CarmiflI4M.Rtrll"\ ; Sot every deaaljtlon. S I I' J 'ecut.oftOl 'h.. :15.'
riould made regarding bluiself of I WILL; keep constantly hand Medicines Gold t Silver Lever and faepine Watches
Commerelsltllouee the best l Also the of all(hronic iTnTY n. .1 nha :
at
c.aay the of his resi- I quality constantly ud. cure Disease No ('rL1ict R
(1 I .1'11" CIIMtI..tf.StgWAAL.ULoodpod place VT..1.I.. I..V k. Ik. ...11,... ,?.{,._1 i .1... maA.. f-- .y..mln..t.tn.. ..d ........1.... Fine enamelled I Hunting Watches.; :t ., t .X .," U..nb :_ w. .
_ .- tidal & Silver -- w .A.. V ,
WatcU-Uhains Seals&Keys w.J.tA ;
.; Thhrm ; ; ; r ; ; .WwaIl
,Urge additions to their and what U of t1TCt: : charge iii{ S Gold & Silver S S 'TflUBOt 1iwtate.e.l4S 5'
I \ i* and Boose, : stock pf,Writing Papers of every description- be made,for 'B2. ETUJtFII their thank*to the inhabitants of Liberal di/tconnta/ .made when,ipli'ln quantities. price his Medicines will be found' having recentlyopened 4p* j[ C.ti : .
S 3 ;-JaeksonTille.andiUTloinity for their libti i of fire reams and npwa'rds.: haD Tonic PiUI;' q".; Rodger's Razors and the above.'House, would '"f pev ul' !i kCt'Ar 'Mimtaad'S

v ral patronsrf bestowed npyn them sine they om i I Ip S Mathematical Instruments; Surveyors'Com- ,[ or Antibilions Pills; r Card o1i.etaeJe. I licit the patronage the public. I.Jt.4t. I I 4 t4b.. : :. W44 _:_
epoadbuunenj and hop by strict aitenUon "' S ,, & .'are at this time.some five tolh t l
/ .
tolisas passes Chains, Drafting M teria1J&0.&o.' .p.ilIObitment:1.: S Particular attention will oonu*ftivwea lieJ,1 tday'S
). { *to merit a continuance of the same They iare faejlldm forexecnUne Bookbinding norrhetl and other Mxt1Jre-tl0 forfeit for .ofWatohes Clocks iUpaJring several the samewith,Are places. TH tM* j I. .J
I 3o/<.-"ykr.constantly on hand a fall: awortmeni in all the various styles, and of making up Blank S t, allures;ho Balsams or usual remedies. From his and J. t \is within one hundred and fifty yards at th*Post -."%eetsm**. '- 'nowet 6s. S

.: .t Dry Goods Ready Made Oothinr.. HaU and Books ruled to aiy pattern iu which,they put S.._J Capsy ootsaad Shoes, Stationery, hardware, : the best of k.tfAJ of Card..Circular, libel, .Di1 jsiqh I M.dicin6Mare s warranted. favor Mm'with their, satisfy-all"who for Gsa Scott's four none Coach and two bors -. .. .,:. .';. ."' .., ,.
'; .proekery,GrU.rI".ProrUiom, Drprs and tied and Fsney PrlDti'c;; '. Addrnriil communications to Dr. Josiah'Ashurst mar His pitronage *f j i Hack. Maillines,bothleavinf for Deal siul-waek; On.'et. .. .. ft_ _J
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I P .'e1n ;?*cirs, Wine,'Itt ,kef..which they arcjellU Foreign. Books"lmpwte' New York price.. ,,Jacksonville,' East --Florid, postage paid; aa at any prices'other are establishment u low;Ami terms'in favorable.,. ly: For farther p&tr.ieularl..ppf-offies ol ": tf'. ., :< r" !.

S |at Lbs r.ry lowest ab b riea. > > S -JOHNjjfcpQOPEK, or please call and examine certifioaUs, and be referred the State. 1 Jacksonville S 'Republican and '.... SIi3 _.ti.ft".ti't.: t1. $. ,Ihiat4t .. iJ..j'1a.

Jacu..f1lfe.J&Ilo I 03 8aTl'Ulab. Feb. lQL1. to gentlemen. March 17-tf March 2Uf S.'WIL.MOT.Nrtl'JIarkBt-Sqttare 1 ," -'f tJutU1t4.K&W' 1. : c of or
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