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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 26, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BT'AITTHOttlTT.'lAWSOFTHFf and 'he shall.be allowed no. other or tepoxts(! .one million and, fifty; thousand hundred and'fifty two; the4ibousidve corps, shall have,'served*'fourteeiv.years ". For transportation ot the; 'mails!from. Ntw-

iThrrw STATES, further compensation" th rero dollars.. ,han red.doUars., ; ., t. ._ continuous service as .lieutenant, York Liverpoo\and ld back plJndre4
SEC. 5. And be it ftit1r'tnactt. ThatIhesecrelaryof For the incidental.expenses! of the Q arte.master'sDeparmer1t For 'arrearage? 6fpay; Lshsist( ncf', ,andclotihg he shall be promoted to..the rank of captain and fifty .eight tboDMfttl.cJplfa ;, ; ,
P l dvring the Second' .Session i the t. el J he' isherebY'IJrected consisting'of postage -' 'dne lo.Captain'Riehard: "I c Rae's :;Provided, That the whole number of For transportation of the mails frnutw, .
TTtirly-tccond Congress.ANACTnfckbnr to ease 'proper'defence to ort letters and packets received and sent company of,Virginia'volunteers,' which served officers in either of said.corps shall not ,be York to New Orleans Ch.rt. nn Savaanab,
the'expense of the United States, by officers of the. on public service an .the' war-with Great, ritiaa in : : :'n '
AppropntUnn for army <: ; eigh- increased beyond the \umler now fixed by Bavaria, and Cba-jres, and rack* .two. njdfed -
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to the Seat GoTcrnment the Votes bring to any suit or uitSlow pending, or that expenses of courts-martial andf url of U'eij hundred, and twelve and.thirteen.the: law ; Aitd provided further. That no officer and ninety tbouiand.dpJIa.r s, ; '
dent and Yiee-Presideiit of the United State hereafter may 'against the said inquiry, including the additional 'compensation s.urn orten'th usand three hiaidred and 'ibirIyfour'dol shall he promoted before. those whoj. .rank For" transportation, .the/maily
Bt enacted by the Senate and,Howe, of Riley, for any moneys' raised and collected to jAdgeadvocates, recorders member ) rA'and' 'thirty'ole'cents; to be him in his,'corps'., "' I Panama ,to .California. and, Orejroa,,, & r
Repretentatnet I of the ,Untied States of America by him in Calf rniaa; d to"which. this act and witnesses, while on that service, .under paid out to"the* officers ana: oldiers of said SEC. ..10.,: nd be further enacted That i back, three hundred andfortyrixbt.tbgis '

.Conge assembled. That a sum not is atiplic be. the act of March sixteenth, eighteen hun- company1 or.their,legaL repr4eniatives, nn- the, Secretary.of.War. be.,and he'is hereby and two hundred and fifty .dollanu ;. ..( 4
n e t" thousand dollars be, and Approved, February. 5:1853: : dyed hand two ; extra pay 'sIipri em-. der the order of the.Secretarylqf War, npo'ii authorized under'lbe direction ofihe President :For carrying out the contract {,ptre4Jntnby
the Mme is hereby appropriated, out of any ployed"! .under- the direction .' the pro uctTon'of su:b""probl t1l'' i.atisfi s himas of the United States; to emrl 1'8uchporllon.ol'the the Post Office Deparcntindcrthi9( '
*money in the treasury' not otherwise appropriated AN ACT making Appropriations for the rapport master's Department, in the erection of 'to'ltie' indentity paid"dfficers and Soldiers corpsl/of' topographical engineers passed at the last session of jUkbliijhing ,.'t,<
for the payment of the sums due the of the thirtieth Military of June Academy thousand for the year ending hundred barracks, quarters, storehouses, and hospitals and that they have' nc4 been paid. ;'and such other'i rl'ons' as he may, a. tri-monthly mail ..bysteamvessels'
by law to the several messengers of the and fifty-four. ;one eight' ; the construction of roads and other For bridges, and establishing :coramunS-- deem'?necessary,- to'make such 'eli lorations fet wee a :New, .Orleans .ei4! ,Yera;

Jrectiv States, a compensation for con- Beit enacted by.the Senate and House of constantlabor, for periods of not lets than cations between Fort.Leavenworth and the and surveys as he may,deem ,adfiAAble;; to ,Cruz, VKt'Tampico ,seventy.taousauJdollars.
Teying to the Rat of Government, the rote Representatives of the United States of America days act of March ,second, RepubHcnn" 'Folk of the'Kansas River, eleven ascertain the most practicable and. economical l .. 4-
of the electors of the sid.Stales for Presi- in Congress ass nzbed,- That, the fG!loins \ eighteen, .hundred and nineteen ; expenses, of thousand seve"hr. hundred and'.twenty 'five route for'a: railroad -from' the Mississippi SKC. Z...And be. it further enacted, 1'hat '
dent and Vic.l>rsident of the United States. sums be, and the same are hereby; ap expresses to and from the'frontier posts ant dollars. .n River to the Pacific Ocean; and that'the the fo\Iu\vin.!unv- betan; ihe',;>Wme, "
Approved December 16, 1852.ANACTt0CXtendtheprovWon propriated out of any money in the Treasurynot armies in the field ;' of escorts to paymasters For fuel .and.quarters for.- olicers, the sum'of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars hereby nppropriaied, for the service,,of,th.

otherwise! appropriated, for.the upport ,, other disbursing officers,, and, trains, army scryin on' bthou8e'dutr., the pay- ,or so much thereof may.be.nect'fl8an', Post Office Department ,for',the ynirenJing' .
of an Act approved -, of the Military Academy, for the year end- when military escortscannot, furnished. ; meht oi .which'is'no"l 16ng'er"made''by tbe be and the same is hereby.appropriated out the .thirtieth.of June one thounnd eight'
the third of March, eighteen hundre ing-the thirtieth June one thousand eight expenses of the interment of noncommissioned Quartermaster Department, four thousandand of any money in the Treasury,not C\.herwis hundred and fifij-four! fI utoanrntonexs\ '

and foyvent and the Act hundred hundred and fiftyfour.For officers and soldiers ; authorized ofcefurniture fifty three"" dollars", and" eighty seven appropriatedto'deliaytheL expense of such in the Treasury arLing front t rfjfa/k'ttfl4,
FebruAr. eighteen hire of laborers in the cents. of said In the .
and ( into effect theeiistin pay of officers, instructors, cadets, ; explorations surveys. Department. conformity. act _
orY-DIDe.; compact with the States of Alabamaand and eighty-eight thousand two master's.Department, including hire of ,interpreters For fuel ,t ud..quarters and mileage or. SEC. 11'. And'be further enacted, That .of the second of,July one ,thou. an4eight
Mississippi'fn relation to the Five per musicans spies, and guides for ,the army ; transportation for officers and enlisted men the"engineers! a'1fI'other 'person employed : hundred thirty.six. _. T
cent. Fund and School Reservations. For Rlxty-ix'dolar. ; two compensation i of clerk to officers of the of the almy" serving on the coast survey' incases in said explorations and surveys shall he I For transportation.of, the, majUintvro _' .'.I

Be it enacted by the Senate mil home of thousand one hnndnd and ninety dollars. Quart r-maSler'8 Department ; compensation 'no longer provided for by' the Quarter- organized in as many ,di8t lu corps '.as I steamships fromNew ,York, by : jharop-I -.
: Representatives of the United States of America For forage for officers1 horses, nine hundred of forage and wagon-masters, authorized by master Department,: ten thousand dollars : there are routes to be surveyed, and their ton, to Bremen and bark at one" hnndred
in Congress assembled. Thai the provisions I and sixty dollars. the act of July, eighteen hundred and thirty Provided,. That the annual coast survey report several reports'shall be laid before Congresson thousand dollars for each ship; and, ia two '
of "An act to amend an act entitled For fuel and therefor eight ; for the apprehension of deserters, shall be submitted to Congress duringthe or before the first Monday in February, sieamshins, from Ne\v'York"by, ; : tw ,jlifIiarea'nd
repairs ,
'An act to amend an act to carry into effect, apparatus and the expenses incident to their pursuit ; month of December in each year, and eighteen hundred'-an J fifty four.SKC. back, aVseventy live,, housan .
fr horses and
in the State of Alabama and Mississippi, forage public and other oxen,incidentaland postage, the various expenditures required! for the shall be accompanied by a general chart of 12. And be'it "further enacted Thatin i dollars for each.chip under! \uT1.tll'
the existing compacts with those States stationery, printing, first and second regiments of Dragoons, the the whole coasts of the,United 1 States, on as the adjustment of the account of the.State. i the. Ocean Stearn.NavationCoinpaiof I

with regard to the five per cent. fund, and and six contingent hundred' expenses and sixty, twenty-nine dollars. thous- companies' of Light Arlilery. the regimentof large a scale as, convenient and practicable, of Virginia, under t.hW.1f section of the i NewYork, three hundred' andfifty! lhpasand"

school reserwationt ,'1 approved March the For increase and of the library Mounted. Riflemen, companiesof showing, as near as practicable, the. configuration -! act approved thirty first August I eighteen dollars!, .: 4 J. /. '
third, one thousand eight hundred and forty-. thousand dollars'expenses Infantry as may he mounted, including of the coasts, and showing, by lines, hundred and fifty 'two; the Secretary of For trantlpcrt.&lio\ .the"malia J SeUretri:
seven, and the act to rxtend the provisions one the purchase 'of travelling forges; black- the probable limits of the' gulf stream, and War be and be is hereby directed tl follow Charleston and Havana,Wider the",coiitnct;
For of the board of visiters
of said act, approved Februaif twenty-sixth, three thousand expenses dollars. smith's and :.shoeing tools, horse and mule showing, by lines, the probable limit, to the provisions the act of second of June, ., with M.C.' aiordecai.i5ftyrk;; uusantI4pV j
eighteen4)umlred and forty-nine, be, and hall shoes, iron, hire of veterinary surgeons, and which the soundings.off the coast"iII..exte1d. eighteen hundred and forty eight providing law. t : ,4,
the same ere hereby extended, s a to allow For completion of the nemess medicines for horses and mules, three hundred and showing, by the use of colors 'and explanations for refunding ;fo !the several Slates the .For tran. portatioa: of the jr\aifs.a&ps I b",
three hundreJ dollars.
the State of Alabama ibrre years from the thousand.five thousand.dohlars. the'exact portions of our coasts, amounts expended by them !in raising, regi- Isthmus of, PaVam.ijOneliundied. aiJ jlw<.
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passage e of this act, to complete the .selec For stable dragoon and artillery horses, For constructing, repairing, and enlarging of which complete charts have been puMshed menia'of volunteers for the Mex'can: war. ty Ihbiisand"dollars.: : : : &;- ::\ :
tions of land authorized by said acts to eight thousand dollars. barracks, quarters hospitals storehouses, by the Coast Surveyalso, showing such SEC. 13. And be itfurtlier r enacted That SEC 3.jAndbe it further) MfljFf(.jhat
which this is an amendment. For forage for dragoon and cavalry stables, wharves' ndtA, at the several other parts of the coasts of which the triangulation the lot of land in ,the town of Newcastle I the Postmaster Gerjeral' shall caii.' ?* ,Ibe.facts

Approved, January 25, 1853. horses, eight' thousand six hundred and foity posts and army depots; for temporary cantonments the topography and the soundingshave in the State of Delaware, upon which an to be investrgated uiielatiqn ti .tliejcpnlrai
dollais. ,'and the authorized furniture for been' completed, but not published and, arsenal 1. has been' erected 1' and h'sait! | of A... G.i.Sloo, fgrthstransportati 'ni oj.thej 4
AN AOT to Ereefc at the Capital of the Nation For additional pay of fifty dollars each to barrack-rooms non-commissioned officers ak.o, such part of the coasts of which,the arsenal be and the same are hereby recon- mail in ocean'.,steamersrom, New Y'orkto!
an Equestrian Sutne of Washington.Be the soldier employed in tlie'Ailjutant's office. and. soldiers ; gun-houses for the triangulation and topography, or the triangulation vejed and granted 'to the Trustees of the New Orlttany, Chiirrfsfon, ) ;" Siv,h.1t av'ana;, "
it enacted by the Senate and Howie ofPepruenoJive4 as clerk, and to the two enlisted men employed protection been and Chagfe '"and .back 'pej'aeiTof March
I of including the tools and only, have completed.SEC. s.i id town and thrir successors.SEC. :
of the United Slates of.mer. in die philosophical and chemical I materials cannon for the necessary enumerated 'and I 2. And be it further enacted, That the 14. And be itjurther enacted That 3.1, eighteen LunJreJ andf forty seVfn,for .

tea in Congress Imbet 1 hat the departments one hundred and fifty dollars. for rent of quarters objects alil ('r'officers: I proper. accounting officers of the Treasury for the purpose ,of enabling; the Commissioners the purpose of ascertaining, Bow. 'far'jhe
For the of wharf four ofces
fifty thousand appropriated, construction a and barracks and troops, where Dppurtiiient be 'and they are hereby authorized of the Military Asylum to purchase ; contract t.orresjJndlJTitb'he pngmal r&a1'!
to enable the President! of the United Statesto thousand three hundred and thirty dollars.. there are no public buildings tbeir accommodation to adjust and settle the claims of the a suitable site with the view of establishing j and shair' l'ort to Ctuigressit Ihe aejxfsession
employ' Clailc AIls to erect, at the City Approved,,March 2, 18f>3. ; for storehouses( ro for the safekeeping State of Florida for the services of her troops thereat a Western ''Military Asylum; the the"facts aud"circunwtaVce9"crfjj! ,ejct.

of Washington, a equestrian statue I of military stores. and of grounds under the act of February twenty\ seventh, sum,of ten thousand'.dollar. ?, in addition to ed with the-s ,f coiitrVctf j r"'t"t1af
of George Washington, at such place on the AN.of the ACT ranking for Appropriations the for the the thirtieth rapport. for summer cantonments and encampment, I, eighteen hundred and fifty one, by Ibe provisions thc utri iiLtbebaflde of the Commissioners, I'amount tbe'Mit" maiL jerylco "to'pT.r fee. pjeJ-
public ground in said city, as shall be of June Army,.011 e thousand year eight ending hundred and fifty-' three hundred thousand dollars; stated for the settlement of the claimsof is hereby: appropriated} out of any' munVy: in forme" J if a :'niv contracj 'ib1fb'naii;; I

designated by the iYrsideut of tl.e United lour. For erecting barracksand quarters 'at the the StateolGeorgiafor like, services, as the Treasury not 'oth rwis 'appropriated.Approved dtbthe.hip fur ished 'uiweteiaAcontract
Stale. *. Be it enacted I if the Senate and Hoive of Republican Fork of the1 Kansas_River,.sixty prescribed byahe act approved thirty first of March 3, :1853. are. built'accOh1i l gi i a('iU'vterm< '

3 iJ' i, JAluay 2 iS Representatives of.tlie United.StatQf America five thqusand dollars August, .eighteen. .hundred andfifly two, ; ,., Teitmaster. Geheal)'"fQrIJU't
in Congress o' follow. For barracks and quarters for a entitled "An1 act making'.appropriations' for ,AN 4CT,making Appropriations for the service by, this act to.ascertain and.repmt.lrtCjjnVpress \
AN ACT1to prohibit 1'nblic Executions in teL Ing sums he and the same are' hereby' appropriated erectinj-Minnesota Riyer forty the'support of \hel'army for the year ending of the Post-Office Department daring the at ,its next"sesjion for what] amounts
of Columbia.He'il post ,. Fiscal ending the thirtieth of June, one -'
year the aervice.now uw1rbe'eve. '
tic out o(any money in the Trea! thousand dollars.. ; thirtieth of June,eighteen hundred and fifty performed ,- "
enacted ly';Me'&tf"t and House of not appropriated,'* for the / three and that the ol be thousand eight hundred aqd fifty-four. ral contracts with the Nayy a na.l. i Itc!
&rv' otherwiS" 5TF6f'inileaetor alloVance made to officers ; {:Secretary war; authorized But enacted by the Senate':'and'; Mou.e'of .
Rrprt eatatites'of the' 'States of Amer. snpport of army/or the year ending the for'the' transportation of themselves'and ((6 distribute the: arms provided foi Representatives of the United States of AmtrJ Department earryiiik'lIlC; itijJILCe**1'

ta in Congress* assembledThat-jtersons thirtieth, of June,.que,,"thousand' eight-! bun.drrd naggHge/wheo travelling.;-o, ,duty without l l by the act if (Congress of eighteen! hundred ica in-.Congress assembled :That ,the.following steamrr'caiY! lie that.the.Uoited hereaf r"p>f now undrr.KntencelDf/k-ath, or-who fhalllierrafter and fifty.four :, and eight td'lhe State-I'' Iva according to St !
hundred and ihgusand sums"belaud, the,samej'&fe--berebY- '
Le adjudeed to niitfer drath,'within troops, one ) twenty.*" Iak \bceII ist; m t Qri1iI'g to cou wt: .
million "
For payor; the 'army, one eight dollar her representation in ..Congress s .. ppriatedfoih.e'rvic.-oTth 'Post-Office, them.' .J. \,.'0 ,-
the" 6t executed ? --4------ or transfer ,
I DUtnct Columbia ihat be i hundred ntLfoui't en thousand.:seynJiu ,,For', aor; he. cl ,Ing! -.SkO2-TAOJ 4.4S'funletactedThat; Department, for the year ending the thirtieth And be 'it farther
,within the..ualU'e some r 4Qbi r rc.d'lir'"ine do1Iar ::Piovdedc' (That the. baggage n8par of the troop when "moving the Secretary of War be directed to report to of.June one 'thousand eight,hundred, and! SKC/the : : es295eTjat lYle &tll
pistrkl, or,within a'ardr the. military storekeepers of eilher.by'lar.d or water ; of.clothing, cainpand Cong' :s'\'bether,:'in his opi ion 'it would, fifty.four, out of any moheysi in the .Trea- upon ai-plIcdtipiVbf'eithefof r earrv" the Mail fn I
panics contracting :
Joinutj Mich prison, and not elsewere : Aiid the Ordnance Department in Oregon, Call- garrison equipage' tuid horse equipments not be more economical, proper and advis- sury arising from ,the revenues of the said : from;jtn New York Havre\
it shall be the duty oi die Marshal of the I forum, and New Mexico shall hereafter from the at Philadelphia tu the able to cause all the arms of tbe United department, conformity the act of the ocean steamers '
depot from'New York to"i- ne ih'e Postrfiasi,
PiMrict, or one ol his df puties, with such be one thousand two hundred and fifty. dollars several' posts and army'depots ; of subsis. States, to be made by contract. second of July one thousand eight hundred t or General i is authorized*, todischarge

officers of the prison, constable,, and otherpeacenfficrrs per annum. tence'from the places of purchase and from SEC. 4, Ami le it further enacted, That and thirty six, andfor other purposes, viz. : such ter companfi'om hereby safd coillracir\ .idJ.i
as such marshal or. deputymay For the remounting of the four companiesof tV such of the of five thousand million
the places of delivery, under contract portion sum seventy transportation of the mails, five r That further shall! b'1t
deem necewary and prpper,. t attend Light Artillery, authorized! by the act' of such places as the circumstances of the ser- dollars. appropriated for the dischargeof and twenty. nine thousand dollars. to ieither no of solid compehsatlon after such i 'disl' .
.at such execution. March third, eighteen hundred and foity- vice require it to be sent ; of ordnance, claims for preventing and suppressing I For compensation to postmasters two from it contract..companies '.. .
*?LC. 2. And lie it fur"tr tnadt That seven, eighteen thousand five' hundred 'dollars 'ordnance may stores, and small-arms, from .the l Indian hostilities Florida by the act of million and twenty'sirthonthtnd dollars. charge March* '

the said Marshal o hi hat invite : Provided,.That the same be expendedat foundries and armories lo the arsenals, for. twenty seventh February, eighteen hundredand For ship steamboat, and way letter, Approved 1853- .

Jthe District Attorney, and the of the the discretion and by direction of the frontier posts, and army depots ; fifty one, as shall remain unexpended on thirty thousand dollars. Letter from Col.Tard.. '
prisoner, two or more physician, and President; of the United States. tifcatons.freights and ferriages ; for ,the purchase the thirtieth of ,June, eighteen hundred and For wrapping-paper, fifty two thousand
twelve respectable citizens' to be present at For the defence of San Francisco, California and hire of horses, mules oxen, wa- fifty thiee is hereby reappropriated for that dollars. MR. F.oIToa-IImr' last letter' ad,

every such execution ; and, at the request five hundred thousand dollars. goiiB,carts,drays, ships, and other sea-going purpose. For office furniture, in the offices of post- vanced the opinion that we should rely'updu
of the to be shall also allow For the defences at the following of SEC. 5. And be it furthef enacted, That
person eeule continuing vessels and boats, for the transportation masters, eight thousand dollars. our own resources rather than' foreign 'ai<|
any minister of not more than forts, viz. : supplies, and for garrison purposes ; for the provision of the seventh section of the For advertising seventy six thousand five for a Florida Railroad so located as to meet
U.ree in numbr, and any of his or her near Florida. drayage and cartage at the several posts ; act approved August thirty first eighteen hundred dollars. I the wants of the State Tt i is well 'known

relatives present thereat ;' but no perMm Fort Jefferson at Garden Keys or Tor- I hire of teamsters; t anspoitation of funds hundred and fifty two, entitled "An act For mail hags fifty one thousand dollars.' that the people of Albany < ori.,"ba8 fl

or persons other, .than.. those in thin act In gas Island, one hundred thousand dollars. (or the pay and other disbursing departments making appropriations' for tbe support ol For blank?, fifty five thousand dollars.,, received assurances ''that a Rail' Road 'will
meltled. tuij iu person whatever under ; the of sailing (public transports the army for the year ending the thirtieth For mail locks, keys, and stamps twentythousand \ be built from Savannah to that place.- We
the age twenty-one )'trf Khali be allowed -,.f Foil Taylor, Key West seventy. five on the expense various rivers, the Gulf of day of June, one thousand eight hunlred'aud dollars. have the same reason' (and noother) for
to witness any such execution. thousand dollars. Mexico, and the Atlantic and Pacific ; and fifty three." shill construed to extend For mail depredations, and special agents: believing that the Savannah and Flor.da
Approved, January 25. 1853. Georgia. I for procuring water at such posts as from to all.j.ersons who were .engaged as receivers fifty thousand'dollars. road"wall. be built.-Now, if in addition' to .

Fort Pulaski and their situation require that it be brought of military contributions in Mexico or f'or'clerk5 in the 'offices of postmasters, her other roads, Savannah able Id build
AN AC? for 'the Relief of Preret (lier- thousand including barrack from a distance, one million five hundred California, during the war with Mexico.: five hundred and fifty six thousand dollars. and sustain in operation Albany road
; General Bennett Riley. nod to enable him to tweflty
quarters: dolars. & 6. And be it further enacted, That and I the latter
ettle bU accouoU with the tuitcd Statejt.Btit thousand dollars. For miscellaneous items one hundred and a Florida road passing throngn
South Carolina. For the purchase of horses required for the provisions of the first section 'of the act twenty thousand dollars., such counties 4s"TatJlal! ApplllJ' Iryirr Anil
enacted
the Senate and House '
,I by the U Amer-of Fort Sumpier, Charleston Harbor one the first and second. regiments of Dragoons entitled "An act making appropriations for For postage stamps t and stamped envelopes, Ware lit us never doubt the capacity? of
,f RtrSntiU "ite Satt of hundred and ten thousand dollars. the companies of Light Artillery, the regiment the support of the army'for the year ending fifty five thousand dollars. our State to sustain 'Florida'1'l ad OPOQ,
iC Congress tmmUtd, provis- Maryland.Fort of Mounted Riflemen, and such 'companies the 'thirtieth' June, one thousand eight SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That her own resource.4- Uoubihtill.8nil noth *;
jon of the act approved the third of March, Carrol of [ as may be mounted, one Iwdred and fifty one," approved September there be and is hereby,appropriated, out of Ing. because it is apparent ih it we are to b if
Baltimore Infantry
hundred nid entitled Point
eighteen forty-nine, Solers' hundred and fifty otherwise resourced; 4 wilLnot>
hundred i eighty thousand dollars. twenty eight eighteen any money in the'Treasury not turo7/n upon our own
"An for the settlement of the Harbor .
act to fifty
provide .
For the Medical and Hospital Depart- granting extra payto the officers and enlisted appropriated, a sum not exceeding 'one stop to snow IOfar tht present dem accounts of public ofcr" and others who Delawre. ments thousand dollars. men of the army serving Oregon and million eight hundred thousand dollars, to tions have fallen short of the manifesto of

may have receifd moneys arising from Fort Delaware, Pea Patch Island, Delaware For, fflY10, un carriages, and projectilesfor California be extended to the officers! and supply.any deficiency that may arise in.therevenue's last winter. 'I will only'allude,tcttli*"weft
military' contributions or otherwise in Mexico -II I River one hundred and fifty thousand coast defence, two hundred. thousand men of the two companies of regiment of of the Post-Office Department to known i fact.tbat when the charterforthis
sea
be and they are hereby applied to dollars. dollars. mounted riflemen that garrisoned the post of meet the foregoing appropriations; for"'the road was'sought fruit the legWazureitva'

Brevet Brigadier-General Bennett Riley, in Maine. For ordnance stores, and suppleR Fort Laramie, Oregon route, during the ,time year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand averred that ,tbe 'money 'was rekiljc to bqil f.
reference t all 'moneys raised and collected ordnrce.hundred thousand they occupied said post; and tbe amount eight hundred and fifty four. the road., Now the proposition bihal the larger
Fort Knox Penobscot River fifty five one
.y.bim cntrbutionl penalie1 interallaent dolars. which may be found due them under this SEC. 3. And be it further enacted. Thatmail half of the money must come from Florida
in C tJorui thousand toUarf.MlacwLt. the current hundred expenses thousand dollars. act shall be paid out of any moneys in the 'cases where the Postmaster-General tyow sir, the larpr.ball ot the capita)
frm the contnenceinent of the serice, one Treasury not otherwise appropriated shall be satisfied that either money 'or property will buld'a road from Pensacola MaJison

Mexico, to the twelfth day of Fort Warren, Boston Harbor forty five the manufacture two hundred of arms and at fifty the thousand national SEC..7. And be further, enacted.Thai stolen from the .United States mail, county., :A ::'that'poiiir'then' iibecojne. a _ _
November, eighteen hundred and fort.nine.and thousand dollars. armories the Secretary of War cause .to be. paid out shall have been exchanged for other moiiey questiOnwtiether..wewdl\ accept the prom-
the said Riley .hal account for, settle, Fort Wintbrop Governors Island), Boston of money in the Treasuary' not other property and ,baa .been, upon tbe, on- I iWaid of Savannah and go;,to,Savannah,
any or,
and pay inl the Treasury of the United twenty-nine thousand five hundred and To meke good damages at Harper's and Ferry, wise appropriated, 'to Richard B. Lee 'late viction of the thief, received at his Department two' hundred miles, or avail onrselvef of lhcoopcratbn'cf
.Slat general any balance sventy.tb-ree dollars. .caused by the flood of nineteenth hundred and twen- Commissary of the Pacific! division .of tbe he shall have autho !ity, upon 'satis: East Florida,and. go to'Jacksonville
moneys shown |to purpls hands, upon For of officers1 subsistence, tieth of April, eighteen fifty army, the sum of eleven hundred and seventy factory eYldence 'that "the 'same justly lei 'or St.'Marks'as' the ve'maylw,
such settlement ; and all papers, vouchers, fil hundred and fifteen thousand eight bun- two, twenty thousand 'dola'rs.J'or and five dollars, with interest from the ninth longed to any individual, firm, or corpoia- a distance,.cf oue ,hundred! milM,"more o'r

and..other .document* connected with the dred and forty-seven dollars'. repairs and three new of June, eighteen' hundred and fifty,' being tion to pay, over and deliver such money less. I do not myself,hesitateto, ;prefer th'e
I levying and collecting of auy money asS I For commutation of forage for officers' at Harper's Feiry,. forty for money lost in being transported from or property" to the owner thereor.tSEC. > Litter, and I do 'not. hesitate assume. the '
roraic. shall be filed with the accuunt horses one hundred and four thousand nine thousand five hundred dollars. and Honolulu I to San Francisco, under his charge, 4..Arid be further n c ed. That position, that jf, without the aid of the &\1\'. :
ttDd.red for settlement by the aid Riley. hundred and twenty-eight dollars. and: improvements new six and for which, he has ,accounted to the department section three of the act entitled "An act ern counties we can build a road fro flm
..2! And b hither t That For payments.in, lieu of clothing forofficers1 machinery! Springfield Armory, ,forty and 'which. :sum ,includes the expenses making appropriations 'for the service of Cola to Madison cquutj, (or..tfie'reabuufi,}
r'td Piovided
.In settling of mid thousand three thousand and! ninety four dollars : efforts the the ,fiscal that.fltn that'aid'we can reach,.the Si.
the'aunt. as servanls thirty-six i incurred in to recover Post-Office Department during
aforesaid That from 'and after the first day of July the _, .. .-_ .L:..:'
Jhe accounting officers ,of the hundred a twenty ..".m.. :., ending the thirtieth June, one, uious- John's or St.I ." art,'ruonil1;, from sea ty .
Treasury be'and they are hereby authorfced For expenses of recruiting forty-three next, the act of Congress hundred approved and August' -SEC. .8. And be itfurtlier enacted., That and year eight'hundred. and fifty three; and for sea upon the soil.of our own State. 1
and fQire 1 credit him )'any i thousand,two hundred dollars. twenty third 'eighteen forty for the settlement of the-- remaining ..unpaid other purposes and 'aiproved the thirty To build this !road ,wehve.fire.tha Irv
.sum or money paid or advanced by For three months' extra pay for noncommissioned two, be..BO modified that the President may, claims of the States of Georgia and Alabama, first of August, one:thousand eight hundred .ternal 'jmiaaveinent.fund the]$taiii4-

Jim for defraying the expenses 0(the: Con officers, l ficians and privates if in his opinion the public armories interest demandsit i.- for advances ad.i in'lsuppressing Indian and fifty,two.be'aud/.the same. is,,hereby mated at a iniUiou j Secondly, thetes; lting J

of, Ciforni j called frame a On re- l, ten usnd dollars. placeoveranyot the : I the a superintendent hostilities, ihe'"Secfeta"ryVoffthe'Treasury: repealed.. ., --, fond from_}swamp !lands Of,,these;., th; r
State' ', subsistence one million andtwentyeight who does not belon'gto army; her claims now J -' That is inlybut* when ve bear
als the sum or For kind '---1- his: pay to the State of Georgia SEC 5.And be at !urtlttr enacted I amount putative -
wnw of money'advanced by him,, lor the thousand four hundred and I and in order to enable him to to to remaining unpaid for' moneys paid by _the the Postmaster-General is hereby nutb zed in mini! that Flo.rid.L .,the ahi. yj this
..relierof destitute 'overland :emigrants to niOrtyseven.dohlara.. satisfaction,.he ;is hereby authoi zed cause State iA suppressing hostilities of the.Cbero- to make such'arrangement'as he may,'deem (Union in point of areaaiy. one aajjiaintedvith
Ca1ifomii,'soch'credits shall be allowed I. For'clothing for,the army, camp,and garrIdeq'ipageand the necessary and proper, inqui iestobe' instituted kee, Cteek, alid Ser i 10le Indians,-in j the advisable. yeansing .,letters sent: to.Cali! ,> the siiprfi irs ft.th". talei\fk, readily
-nl7 p Hhe production( of,propr,voucbtr horse equillments three through the,mel1ul i ision 4f a c 'mmis- eShteen; hundred and' thirty five, and fornia and Oregon to be advertised free,,of conceiYe i its Tast.amouatanL tU*,riia I I as' j
J. 11 such form a, mar be. r<.te hiihdred'and fifty-two' thousnd one hundred of civilians! and r); men, \with aview year since,'tiion; proof that the Tsame'wafl'llid: ,by 'ejfperise.t.o'tb "United:.Slates! ,' ,and' ,by the soon.u r ed'J wallltlY8 it, 'a.v>lue o/f :
Secretary bf :"lbe -reur'of."tbe"0t4tt laud:: forty-three dollars .aud:fiftysixi of ascertaining which.of.1 he two systems findpublic the Sta i; and that the'provisionroUhe! act issuing of !circulars'to",1 postmaster; rand which. noW, yr.e can ouly'.brm :' and the c ntl. i is the more;!economical,]: fficient, ot Congress-relative to the settlement of the causing the same to be pub sb d"to ensur f ., estimate TJie, ib ird, ;.Bourci upon

siry.:.Kal| IB' ssJJ settlement further credit For the t regularupp1'tes of f .Jhe< ,.Quartermaster's safe fortbemanjtgenienof existii! i tIe uitdcr ilhe armories claims$f Georgia Jor:,military. services. \ap-.'. ,as,far,,asj possible, the .deLiveryo1 .letters which we may.rely! will ljJc.an appropriation
'.b. .': wita..of 10n"s Department/consisting of fuel that formerly, : pnved\1arcI! Jhird, fighleeu, hundred anu sept by mail from the .AtJantic! States to.Culifoiiiia .' by Congressof alternate 'seeiiiHW-of.' thepublic
a by support forage in kind for: the:horses, 'mules/ and superintendence of civil olficcrt or'tnat towexistitg litty. bnbeexIeiidetl: ; JO the r yments! td behatth : ; to tbe'ihdmduaU'to whoWthey., land througl'wbicb tkcroad'.shall
actual government of .Cairoru&" after the oxen of lhe Quarter-master's' Department, at ) qnder thesupenfldt4Ce pf offiecsof trladetder .tbl actj And .Sec re', are dir Ctid. -. .- pass. .,l\1J.1clior .this, .land).t6..b1*\'wouMbo

; ratificatioapf theWeaty peace \yitb,Mex the several\ military, and lttions and, the .ordnance epar ment. I 'j andsev- tart ,H.the Treasuryf-paf to lhe Stat?;\o r-. Approved{ March? 31853jAN ; .. : what .is familiarly, knGwt.aa j>j'ti, '1..1.., i!
ico' and' bror' the'fornut bn ottbetstedyhichezpeuIe1! with tbe'arm'iea'in paL. ; .horse For.arseiial i *; forty one ihoueiity lnt' pf AlabaiqU.1; un.l .the pro visions pl.the acts ...to, '., .-, ..-. '. .Bn.tt)1 ,now- known, that,tlie tnost'barren t i jof
',Germr! may','Po of :the ,first anal second 'iegimentiofDra; ole dollars; and that the reta of ('f sixteenth' .August!; eighteen1ju.rdreaandJfo'rtyyw .ACT making Appropriation for the, Transportation these,arc not,without, .th irvalusaiid thfl"pr r
'
.. :Ixen Troper and 'necessary; goons, tbe companies of Light Artillery,'thregicn1oiMounted1bflemcn Warbe' and is hereby 'hJ) .A. ';bat lo ub ized lifany'lawof:.the" Uni- iand'?suthcompanies Such of !fursenals of the:! : eighteert hundred.,and 'forty'nlU.it.he toamerl:,and etberwwdurintbO'Year of ,thou-aI :' with tne"culture of cotton 4.ulllt;
} thirtieth Jane, one
; .t S. FPmcf'Ti t 1 r tr4ing )of. Infantry! ,as'may.be)mounted as in judgment,' maybe. use jss at unue- balance due'lhejaid State growmgou\; : .and eight ending) hundred the and Ety fdllt. _. I was present ia the Senate when tna I1U.
: lupeaaitui a, and also for ;the athoraze number ;..ol! of-. cessary of the'Creek'Indian. 'hostilities$ eigufceii'' Me !it enacted by>,&*. ,Senate and .Howe of nois Central Roid wa debatedoT."ttook
p, ,the, Ibail 11'I tb f Piesidei4 f fleers' horses'wb i ; < the"field and For arrearaesbndrt1'nd rri do'Ju y first;eisbieen hundred'and tliirtyVii and''eighteen'hundred ,r Representatives the. United $SlatesjfAmsrtea at)" inUresUnii-T-ths ore( olhati it'dW4its
L.tb.. tJiii f Pto)1 41 } iLtL I at the,9Gt 8t;* 'straw forsoldiersw bedding i : fifeCii,= ayible ibrougl ,t1 andjthirty"seven::Providedj proof'twnadu ih'Congress'authtAet, ',:That the)folldyr.ing l passage, in areal, degreejp'UK V;
; :5JcS4lA.dMif 'fcwde. :' and of.stationery. Including company 'oce bf theThird AUditOr1tner an'aefip.- that said.. State ad vanced Jft '. tQainount'ckiraed. l the, ;siims be and the 'same far. herpEy 'Appropriated,1 tions of an old and attached personal.fnead.,

a compensation for -t and other-black,*bpoks .for*the, arwy.i CutifitIaauchsrged prdred tAtar ;'Arit ,eighteen1 bqndred'aitd'tweflt'in ..>' '., ',$' dE-3,I j to jbe paid'out 6f*any (mon y in of my own,Qerujones,"ofldwa,io Vb.o p |v
eletnl aehep-. \ additiort to an unexpended balance t .t a i" hat take ocuflIoii.bi*, 'K>tf tnbate of
\.Jnla brlio' i : soldiers. ) ,>Iank, forms SJc pwbeu 4 ::6f .i'j.Jurt ,1 the Treaiu.ry.not.otb.rw.apr oprlated, t '
DO' (cii th -Pay nind' Quarr.master'.?Departmtntsandfor iif_yen thbuIand'for lrntidred ah'dibirtittB 1.ftntyjiz"dD1Jit.tretD nr: } lieutenant ofthe.corps; of ror.th..ye.r, ending *,.thirtieth. ol Jne, respect.-In tha.t'tlebateit was altnitUd.lnat
., ack-1 We.r;. 'ceat t Dti lhe i.and ibitll .tb11 u\1rf n die snginhbrBiOrpso.f any topog phtc d ttiiiitsorordnance,I f one thousand eight i hundred and fifty four: I the United 5tatH'mijt rw Hafford"tb'girf
bl fSe ;one fliOB and::eight ., .
L KM/t eUcterbim. department,*order..rmy?ntJtiO' n i .ptembsr' ,;l ; .


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.r4 .;4 *" '* tnr'? fheTarfemate! -sections 'on each side I BEPBiH.mil.: ecil!language of'thr'Ccoru" an, in a par,., "."f 'Tbe .'e..erZ'"elak,:- '' L. feel!wtu-fied -that, lj;:vrill'iollbe. : cheeked, by -prrtvision 'traJe'oIEat. ;FtefW 1.witili' 'New-

. t of the 'road for *x miles because the remaining -I HBB1BA.L 0 : agraph.of article, and 'we* here; it,l -u--. if 1' :the War Department Jdo if/4 <. Orleans 'or the cotton trade; or Ja fact the

iIt: :!: I half was doubled in value? the mOo 1 quote i'hisifine;: :bieamer, (says' the Savannah George: Copway;the. Ind'an: 'lectern, haa export product Trade, with Sananah o'

,l.: ": t&t-nt the route of the roid xxa. fixed. Such JACKSONVILLE. : I "IU.h; seenlhathc..words: qIUtellro" Republican,t>l the 20th,) anderthe" command ,krdtd'be apiiointed a'Special 'Commtsmoner ,

..J! r : will be the effect of our road on the value of .. memory) the ,article' in our paper nre not of her,able! Cal't in.'N.KJXO, na rresumed to'nep.tiaie'withtthenSMhe; Flonda Charleston, .or any v other market, w ,eon

l' J ::' our lands, and xve dn! nut Jis-ume too rruithxrhen Thursday, May42G, .1853.ES7F farther nut of the way than toe'restatement her place on the FloridaLine,and,will leave Indians. He 'will' (not be appointed. though tented it has no eonnectica .whI.Ttr., an4'cannr

' ; t'.1' we rav. that the 'iad once begun, by the of i it A own' words The o'd'Judce Hicks, a,Cherokee'may be; II! he pesciblj come ;in competition with
Georgian A. M. The
land io-r not Wflll h $123iH be' on Saturday at 10 o'clock i is' credited h'ere for the iotmsesilinut oi1Jmncnhorse
easilywortn
I !
1 C. BARRETT Ita been he
appointed by aio.
"iY'3 -0 ', ; extract is from that of lat : i thaIqllarll'f an1 !G I'I
t $5J'f|>cr'Knt- paper January Welaka has'been li \\'refitted, having'had sense. Ar late Special Aarnk in
i J twill the Governor Port Warden of Jacksonville, .From general of file'hrre offer lo tet them by the Western termini wKl natarally deter-
: ( J-RSS unar.n "enumeration, rap- a very expression Ilinion a 11t'builer put in her, and every possible has on an
"\ ;, *Ual4o be.t1Kivrdfrnni the two termini of to,ul'plthe vacancy} rrC'lte by the resignation on this subject, to.wliche have lately addition tending' lo insure-comfort and safetylo all out %Vest' by hook or by (crook at a m ine.theettgtui"faoLIthhbbr1.7vIte.East .

. ; the If Ihe termini; or either of them.hou4d ) of J. C. HEMMING-winmi son: extending listened we believe thl question was cost of $400 per head. This would ,cover Florida, is, comparatively, peaking

:fi; be a city or ton where the property for two years.from tine 18th inst.JKS"The pot to vote three-foiirlhit_ ol the vol"l of her pa eiigers, including the requirements all the cost of the war, whirh be would of unknown"the lumber trade recently 'eitablished -

;if.t; '; ': .is already nppropr ated. this fond \vonid Middle Florida won'" be found in favor of i : of the 'new law. course hare to make upon then Itsacceptance the St. Johns Ri '

. l" :appear in ,fhe shape of individual snh cii|>- meeting of Stockholders to elect Unilili that portion of the Slate to Georgia. I This boat, ,. while on the '.roule", has ,acquired which is out of the qaestiour Would on wbat's1ieckd'o'1LtCtof
'tions and ought l h safelx down By Middle1 our will moral in the hiMory of- the in the bucket" of
ii e set as repreFCjlijng D,rectors of the Florida Railroad Compa Flnrila r.allel a reputation for regularity, and has form a precedent
; .1' j.he,enhanced. value! of the property. Jacksonville always ulllerftand us to mean the aertioiihet military "policy o Jhe,Unitedjkates.! line her forests of pi.l1c.l. .pepduction

\f. fhE Ill on the other hand, theierrnni or tinier (If ny" has been called at \=en the 'SI"iln lee and- Apalachicola. prayed a good investment to her"n\Vner, The Correspondent 'of the New ''orklIerall1' : pitch," ur! ,tjrpejil 9f.a,4 timber Ire", I
where they are required to meet in the rivers." who have ber in
"them-should Ile.the-lfOllf'r'y of the Rwilma-i ( spared no expense to put has1 tlellt by' eJl\ph. the fotlnwing

j t. 3 "-Company, Ibe value of the lote'would bet charter on the 14th of June ensuing. What, a;oes ".a very general expression thorough order. despatch from:Washington.. It, i( a't1 a; ma1tar*,' inf tJtItible-lht' capacities of
for'tne tb'
her soft 'prrrfactwn '
: ? added to the other resOUlclJ the stockholder I 0 tcoitonnd seed
of opirion on the subject to which we have In bringing her lo the notice of the public 10th : \ '
Circuit Court fur Duval
:t'1 i. ; *. The countycommenced :sngarjcane,.have leen'JMst so far
':u ., ') come now to speak of the individual its sitting in this place on Monday lately listened" mean, if it does not mean : we have no doubt the past will be a "The Government:.in has determined of not' the to tested a5 tcr prove they.are1 incalculable.
As the-e. also from his knowledge t" The number I of the future attempt to -e4force subjection
putative own
nbscnptSons. are sure
'f t last, Hon. \V>i, A. FORXVABD pleading. guarantee Florida Indians, but to proceed with i the surveys The ronie'of she FlorW flaioJ'epj! \ be
4 : in their character, I will only say that in- ". nine-tenth used in the article the The H'tlaka her this
'it was made at
moorings
.1 ':"a rid hie experience in tile South lias shown The Court House has been thoroughly reniiHlelled in of the 4and* there, ,eIieY\ng l \ trial, all directly! tl-rougha connliy- rich ]n.all :Ilhenresource j}
. Republican because it was recollected! that place at an e-rly hour on Sunday'morning that is is.to convince the Indiana
utCCs4ary.
': "that threiotiice is alxvaxs found ID exceed and! !In all a new which! t gn re nI1 tl e construe
'. ar.earoce had been said the effect that that the of ,ne'ltlen.ent 's, to_ K n Olquietly >, *
: something to las .
process '
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It; I he e.'trmates. One It'al'ltlll 'lot this is found) building, contributing for. order induce them to nit !tloh i of the road_to call them:'inUr lire I
in to give
p : :' in the fact that the small subscriptions ev- to the comfoit of and the "expression of opinion was very gene The Golf and Atlantic Connection. and the 'been than I Intended '
meily .
.h; : eed in the aggregate large ones. Once let ill oculan1 : ral *' but the is their hot-tile dt'mnll'&lr"I! III accept' have 'longer but,f can.
fc the adornment of the tm\ n.fiProperty ; Republican as near correct terms to peaceably join their friends west close witbont the wtsfcTlh&t
.r :, tour' road be utaried.and, I besides j our largeaptalstiiynur Our late Savannah exchanges devote large ; not- expressing
in its quotation of the Georgian editor '
as the of the Arkansas.
'. M ; $50,000 and $-20.000 men the claims of the magnificent Bay
ofT.lftpl.wb
: t "' holders w ill direct their;: atlention of the latter is i ift bis of space to the subject of Railroad connection faith in the correctne of
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quotation
iliere spring xip hum every lull ami every .paper We.haveli.ale re Ponce :De I>, nthe 'd t'o-nm7of
; Taller. like RI.d..rlc'Dim's tartaned xraniois to the advertisement of !r. Wilbur'sFire l himself; though perhaps he has made out with the Gull. the statements of the correspondent of the
'1 landed Ihe:Sib
1 rdi
. 4 :) your5,3,2 and ci.ooo stockholders; and, al and Life Insurance Agencies, Savan. his cafe." If not try it again.As The Journal says he siihscription'nf MIl Tribune. and! less in the'preachments of the Fj on._ day of"ApriJ, A.
4 this da the Geoigia Railioado are owned 1 in D. 1512, may be- do ly.consklered: ichentbequestion
ti c4Iers for safe i insuunccs.
) ah. An bile to the Guard road "effectually -
oppoilunity} to the person* named in the Geor- sulptrsedre Copway emba-sy of xvh:ch te"rie, !.
t t; the amount the smaller of Western terminus
larger by 111.s.cnt.r a for the"Flor
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the of which together with the of Road hence train .
ttnn-s a ,
zian's: article xx hoin the editor he is necessity We of the Jhr- ,
. .: : : 'Sir, I do not hesitate In *av that in nMividtial says confide the statements ida Railr ad" determined, : '
g. ; .*. resources xve are as able lo commence any oilier information on the subject, xvill he not going to defend. we. have nothing Savannah) to Albany ; but It do"s not Provide aids correspondent, as it agrees with the is; .*

::t 4 .; '. central road an Georgia xxa, xxhen "lle promptly and satisfactorily f communicated, to say. because they have never been attacked an outlet for the rich counties of Flo views of our delegation in Congress. I am truly, .

: b; \ began her'a If she is longer now she ha, hy the Agent, who may be adJit-ssed h by us.f rita"hose citizens desire to reach an Atlantic '- Your obedient servant.
, sro\yn'le by meanof her mad. A more I. }I Correspondence of the Savannah Daily J..'DARLING;
letter, but who will periodically visit 1 port,and to have that port Savannah.1"This ,
f'ffirt-a Kcvr
: dubious
Morning
iL: dditMliil! mare investment lIla.onle Address. '- ,'.
-.i; I .. .. was never made, than tn the lust Mtlin I place.ISaJ. is decidedly reciprocal, and Ihe Journal : .T.JOHVS, D.1IL'. IJACLiONVILLe
TAMPA FA. MAT at 1833 ,
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: miles think. of time (; Central We are indebted to Hon. road at -
.. (thirty ) i'mrla. ThoirtaDonglas advocates! a diverging some
. r".1rnad.-L.tk al the rt-Milt. Mie h.ll' We are rt'quetteilio give notice that W. T. Thompson, Efq. May J9, 18531
(Fora copy of the address delivered( beforeSt point into the rich countieThe, J 2t J .: gioxvn strong by leaning. on no one, and l b\ the t, (for holding the regular meetings of DEAR SIR :-I bad the pleasure In receive. E./ tOToft", Florida }fevtS -
John's Lodge No. 12, Ancient Freemasons not adds in another article, Some of the
. ,4' :., not being afraid to irly on l>er oxxn re>oui0C5. Florida L-wlge No. It I. 0. Q. 1'., has been, i i : on Saturday evening last a number of your ,BT: A report is current in New :York,
: in St. Augustine, on the 4th November preliminary mea-niie- (projects must of necessity as I understand, that the. St.- John's Bar i i-
et changed from Thursday to Tuesday evenings. I which contained of the
a proceedings
::1 -to 1111; r. EJitor, we have an element! in : last, on the occasion of the centennial fall to-live ground, and the most pro paper part at the present time,'in a very bad tondilinn,

.' our restnuces. xxhich ne'er lid and ntvei celebration of the init'ation of Gen George minent among them is that scheme: by which of a Railroad meeting held at this place and in consequence of xvhicbrit is difficult to-

; : can mingle with l berV. The long indutgeil on the 12th tilt, for which please acceptmy charter vessels far this port,' ( cannot imagine
I. "4 Inquh'lel.rc Washington into the Masonic brotherhood we were to connect with the Guif by way
,
what foundation there ca'nb 'for
il.ixdream of uniting the chore ot the At an- thanks. I feel under obligation to you such

; :, lie\'ith. thit: of tbe Gulf is IIOW at la-t un \ continue to have inquiries bj' letter- I The addres,, in its spirit and mutter, forciht; of bu" I for the but alma fo a retort, or who could have 'been instrnm .
not only paper the-'t1l.b.' '
t "; t .. the eve of its aicotnpli-hinent quickened leceivi-d very many from entire jresentin the language of a preamble of The News urges the continuat'on of the ntal in putting it into crcul tinn. for the
1t\.i"l licity: to the proceedings of our ,meeting of the business of th
: by the recent exentsvxbic'i baxeciMireniiatidf't Grand g'ven purpose injuring ? river
I at a dstaumce within the past twoyetrsas the Lodge in pursuance ot which the Savannah Roa I through to Albtny-a
'
: '. ; MI vast an anvunnt of the cominric,al niteieM- traitgers through! its medium. I, in common The Bar. to be sure. M not as ;goo las it

"q It, ., "f the wnrlll III the s'e"- route tn the Pacltu to the advantages of a location celebration was observed by sahordinat "the route indicated
::b. : ( and the &..1. Thee ininieic.al nece:Mi aid settlement in East Flohl:1. Lodges throughout the Union 'the' lame The Repuhlican would plant! i self in interest in its prosperity, and bt-lina- will be made to be, but it is no WOI',e'than it

1 *' ties. requiic a trall il. Tins mn,t lie ;irr"s- and virtues' Washington, "a s an incentive ipposition( to a railroad to Albany. The deep I has b en for yean '! '1 have eo'prt of

' .. '. : Florda.. 1'h:11: right of way is our capital. Steamer for lite Ocavaba. to tl e emulation and imitation them," fame (paper adds: that after the removal of the Indians the the chart made by'the I'recent Coast Rufrey,

. t 'It'i is what PIOT deuce has gxen u- as a construction of the "Florida Railroad ,is and that shows on tbe shallowest put of the
A number of intel ee1: in tht with much force and beauty. It also fully II is because some infl lential and :ttriot'C -
paiiies p
,
'k ; .' : compen>alioii for the b.irien watexlncn the next best operation! to bring on tits resources Bar, at least 8 feet at dead low water I am
i ; ,,' occupy M l-.rgi* a portion of time Mipeilicio trade anllaviat1ol of the Ocla\\aba, aneng.ig.fd disposes of a question xvhich,has been made men amoni! us think that now, since not authorized to make J'1Ibl C'.thttte:1fictl.:
will and place it on the road to
* t *" of our Slate. It is our Itlrthnght-Id ui in having a steamboat huh It for thai bv opposed to Masonry whether the G.card toad connect usalvantageiitsly ordinary from the Coast Survey chart, but I trust the
\\ilhit fora TiuV many ( xvith tlm Gulf, through Mobile xxe pro:penty. As it in at the present time, particularly in this'' ,will be< sufficient:
'f : >ot )part m ss pultage. purpose. The construction: i is under th. \y a hillJton"as nttarhed in heart to- the lad better de.ui4 from necessity case
altogether pu.-hing a
; ". great ronimetciaIrapitaM,. .4 ttie\\firm j lequ lei in Eat Florida, xve can boast'of excuse by the Superintendant for my bar
charge of Capt Km?. of the U"elukz, \\ list institution all the evidence of CHllwct.nllY.ill1. Pen aclll \. that we feel a
by quoting
:"t? :, the : have xxith: ing done without : "But Ian
f transit ; they can only it nir hut little more than the possession of an uncultivated so 'penniKforri
1 I one of the -tnckhollt'rs She is to be 75 it time of his initiation let-p intere in this mallei, and di ciKS it. *
2.ti j t'lIt-It"1 the pricuoMliat! consent bevoad i. I his devotion to from the i informed by the Pilols;and otbe'r*familiar .
; unleve declare wilderness. The route from :t.Jary's. '
: MI located H.S lo build up .mil j-crve time feet. long, 17 feet beam, with side xvheels ->n the 4th day of November, 1752. XVe repeal that our III- with,the BaN thtbereTi'. as'gno.l'water 1

.I. agricultural and luMnal onicesof the his expected she will he completed about To sustain: the assertion that he was a tri.tion.s Mid lie Florida lie III by unite building wnh a the Road people hence of Jacksonville or Pilatka, to.Tarn ui KR! it :now. as"lherei: .)been for: year,

: State of "'jllnJ.,. To Mich an extent; aonr pa does present to my,mind an exceedingly past and the report'in circulation tberefore
the 1st ..f Septe-nbcr next Grand Master the declaration of G. W. P. to the Florida line we will lose the opportunity '
' "f. own resoiuces may he inadequate In build a I I desirable location for a Railroad, viewing it should cause no appreliension to asteu of
: .. road or road MC can coinniaiid, ibe a.dol: ] Custis is given, that there was "not n shadow of establishing upon good term* vessels. destined to ibis port.,
. Our friend of the Ocala Minor seems to the Eastern terminus of the Gulf Road at without ron action with the fact that it '
'! : / foreign capilal. and upon our own terms of doubt that Washington officiated in that Please give this 'insertion: In yooc'
iIi"1 '. With llie-e view, s..I. I incline to Mi-tain he in the taik respecting Ihe subject of the in ival1l1ah.Ve are assured by the best would prove an important work of Internal paper, for the .i.information those 'abroad
rapacity 1793. at the laying of th ,
*
cornerstone in Florida if fail tin
authority that xve to tot '
:"- the Central Florida Gulf aud Atlantic, Road. .' ,Ia Railroad"-or to have been so Improvement' beneficial to the State of Flor- interested in the eomlfterce of the river
i. Flfi pie of the capitol at the city which hears ail Florida xvill unite to build the Centia! You'rs"r .
The chLfIt'r&o..snnl.lli..umeto liv defin tcx! ida under any lancet'l. I If the eastern lr; >.S, BALDWIN
I 7.on to seeing a certain notice in the 'eus Road entirely within the limits of thai
!I I the termini, and thisx :sely, because theme his name. [We have more than once seen
I the people of South Florida have bee State. or that fact ttiere cannot be a doubt.** terminus were located at St. Mary's, or
: : is (niter -etllt-d tl.an Proceedings of CooaciTLCocsriL
no practical principle Il the Ja\'ellae used and apron he wore on Town
.
! b I : that those xxho contribute the money have ill ignorance of the whole matter," that occasion.] Dr. Dick is also, named as The Georgian accords in preference rather at Rose'* Bluff on the St M ry*.

V a right to locate the R-a I. :1"lull Micii a i their immediate or themselvesinu with the Republican* river, it would und-.ubtedly becomethe. connecting CniMies, )

ie ,. ''j road '.built and rest lor its eastern leniunn* : he sadly at representatives fault and no other alluding to Washington as Grand Master.: A meeting of those interested in the Savannah link in the chain of southwestern ;MyIiIss II}
I : down on the St. Jottm,' a smitiiern arm persons. Washington was first Master of Alexandria Council met this at 5 o'c1ockP. M-
\ communication and if it did .attract' day ,
: The .FlurulRalroa.r', : chatter was e-i line to the Gulf was to bave beenbeld ; not the
I : -- branchToul become nece!-aiy. O.i the pas Lodge! as is shown by the direction of the Present : .Hon. Isaac .Swart, ImtatJaiit
I, : '. J Hi ro kl be limit, from with: as much publicity is other .ct of the in that city on the 2oth inst., when a trade, it would the trawl in that direction.But ; .
: charter .
: t. bld{bt conveyed by the Gwrnrot of Yir Messrs. Boars,' H; E. Wt Clark J. Clark
; the 81 l1)1 or J cLsnitvrle 10 1'jmpa, anJ we think in definite iindewanding was to be bad as to considering the dangers that attend the : (
, ., it the Central sboiteu r.jillr. \\published ginia in 1788. During (he military caieer (.k. Ward an'd Will'tams, CoMtSmat.
t to tWd navigation of the Florida Channel r I have ,
\\01 I.a. Tallaha- be route the would ttku. '
me of the Certain II! ,
: ; : its distance, : : paper of ih* General Lodged : 'f meefin
line frequently read
bj were The.mtiaies were.
t.ll"t tlel. .. ,
believe_
good to that t"C"
t. tli.it the list of Comnii ftt"h&lllllhe reason ajarge amountof "
It has been Moners vas .
Savannah
_1 ;: tltIU.t a-lupi the : IIII r.ppnel in hit marquee, over which .Another It-tier, (iou Cui.'arll, and approved., .
1. ***k nk ,
also
trade would find its .
swa
thi
chailtr will be over :
it fieoi
xtr to & the 11 February way >
> easy .tol he officiated and presided. Evidence, both copied (run th<* Sentinel, will be found commenced The Street Committee instructed to wait
,- thai Uoad al llaauho'i county w in a those fur Ocala being Win. S. Harris and J route. III case of a war in' xvhich ,Cuba .

to the Si. John.**. I MX, no. Lt urei) I I i G. Reirto! u and for Tampa F J. Knitted .!leiluct.ve: and documentary, is brought on our first. ;iae. might sta:>d in hostile attitude, the "Florida upon Mr M. Doggettt, and-, :request',flu too

. on our le""llct'2-hlild our o,\II loa.i. I I forward sustain these and many other Marsh street :their.Chairman
OWI ,ihrongh ,
FROM PA Canal would be closed thtiw ,
and J. J. Jackson and ihe law NAM% 'Gnrgana destroyed by ; what other
then, if Saxannah h.11' c and ii,-1 ; pamp'ilct facts corroborative of the attachment
ant 1lltL I' strong Connciliran. Bouts, tthat had
reported
ibey
jwihitioii to build a fa.1 tl rtsi, the cou. '' were mutt huted early last month. There Fire.-Panama pap,TS In the 3d inst., have route of cnmmuuiatunr.transit- for trade >

: Z.4 ties I have befoie inent.oned, It-t it be f.>r !! the to, and prominent and consta t official been received in New Orleans by the an.I! ttavel mom North Is-South,, presents acted in m formity-wih ttheir' rnstrnctionsr
was an prevailing on subject !
T her In la.j. our cn.id upon, terms s>i'table in j!: in tins apathy section, I books were onlxi connection of Wal'hingtonvith Masonry, Philadelphia.The itself: more desirable' than thtfK Again it and that MrsJ Doggett. _had]:'promised i that
Ali .
: 4 "w' imitml tiiteieMt bae buvii ie.l. Mi. I as well also of his exemplification of a pure said street should opened naslorttithe.**
* i editor into tins ratt'.ttut- wlh, d. "eiUi-j i i opened! at (the last moment to save the and rel,gious life. The crowning, tribute town Gorsona was almost entirely is the good policy of the United Slates to .
: The-Committee s'tr
select -
appointed to a
h.. '. lion,Itc.U- JUt to liifsi-lf; i charter, and! not to lake South Florida bysuiprise destioyed by a fire which broke out about 3 establish more intimate relat ons' with tIe
his
thlllJl i alI i to character as a man, combining all the for
'P'lwdrr-l\1a.-azine. and receive bids
: : :noller5 i\hu m in ,op n.iwi. as the Minor to think. Aci o'clock, on the morning of the 26th ult., in South American Slates, and our Government a to
A4 it reganls IVn-acol.i., hide is no I is"ue j j set'm" perfections of an exalted human nature, il' for the erection of the! same,,reported:
the transportation store & Co. has air all
i 111 the lltre. of opening hooks, none is ofVillacey ), or will soon, determineto
I between my>.f and the alvncate- Hie given in the Mured testimony of lleadley, "That they bave chosen 'the, centre of

; Savaunah :here I is H que-tion, limit j irquired by live chailer; but provision i is Lord Brougham, John Marshall Allison, A steams-hip Company I has hem chartered carry U.at policy into effect. Now, who Market streel,:xvhere St hlntersect..4by the

beUreen P <>.her rival nadc for their being by the Directors can foretell the result of the positive enforcement third .of
I"OI any pmi I reopened and other distinguished authorities. The by the Legislature of Marland, and street I not ret namedy,north" ArKp

:t -. '. on the"Jlllf.ltl bdCelGeur:1 >eapi.itanj I after the orw"uzatIOf of the company ; whole body of facts contained in Jn4geDouziass organized with a capital of one in-hint of the -Monroe Doctrine in that direction : ropal Ch'uch.aa* the most .Ii ibl ;*pot
: .
a 'Iui.la niI. ltI"'t'" aV311dh 'a that our neighbor will he convinced that or how great may be the need ofuch ;n the v'cum.ir- ;'1i-rilt that: baogdyertiiet' }
dollars with Ihe of
( vilege
increasing
the address and its the
one side and M. \Jin' own admiraldypreceptive pr for "als, withoiitreeiin bids
\
.:L it* the case max' be, on:the oi:;her.o 1 do nut I I neither .debate" nor the books \\ere intruded tone, render it more than usually came to tat millio, : to e-stahloli a I hiP of a ready route or boy useful it may thiy propo woud respectfully jffommi'nd any that the

I b hesitate to decide in IKVOI of the latter. Our to be closed : body.P. prove to the Government of the United States.
I
- upon aiy worthy to be placed in the hands of young four steamers; between Baltimore and L veipool. Town,Counc.l proceed at once.to build the

ft t duty teI) ,\v-ciizeis as Floiidiaiiii of the begins l naxc at home.a right) Our lit I S._The .Minor is certainly forjrelfulv men, and to be perused by those of more The steamer to be of two thousand, both in peace and war. The position the Magazine at the, c 'v <
1.t 1 says a friend at out elbow, .as theeditor 'Florida Railroad occupies on the ol J. H'H. BOURS, Ch' ."
I Li. coui.t on our co-operalmn, and xie 1m\e a advanced )'ear f tons each, and to be put under immed;aie map
. -w-i__ 111'rOaIIIIPrt'ft in their dexetnpetnenl andgiovtih. was at the Railroaj meeliu:at Tampa contract. projected routes, is prominent, ,and must WhehT3! adopted. .

: becaux it augments the resources during Cou it, and heard the charter com ItlliiUtcr to Mexico. attract the attention the cap.tali! boll. The Petition, of C. .5, .,meryand" otliers

) and contril'iites to the dignity of the State mented on by ole of the Clmmifsiolerf We are gratified to learn, the Chailes- It is said that EX' ellatnr Westcotr, of North and South- and the citizen of E:at i praying permission i of the Council to A CBtitterfielil .
_ to which xte Iwlon S r, if there xxa a says this State i i" Ihe wr her of those ,
Railroad from !.ikl-Ile Florida I who Mated that the hooka were open at his ton Conner of the 17th, that our distinguished graphic articles Florida has the additional attraction of re to vend Ice Cream and LemonaJe

'f ,, thould Hill, as a Floridian, be zealous toUllrrI for a I store, and lat ,1 also the terms of the char- fellow citizen, Ctd. James GauL den, in the WaihingtoRepuUiciiss.her. the ceivmg immediate heitehit. directly at home rin the Sabbath, 'xvas 'presented and 'ie2de.

:, .'1 coad toEiisl Florida. Toconnect Ihe Mler- j Iler, which he had read:' has received official; notice of his appointment attractive heading.- of '-WaAhing.on; GIIA.111" I have never contended that Eat FlomJa and action upon;it, nde5teijpostpnned.;

:;'., "r) ent fecUons niilioad of our Male the wilhd.ffcreiiltljxerging The Savannah (J'ol'.ial of the 18th in!l.. by President Pierce, to the office of TUB WILMINGTON ( i. C.) AND MxNcuns- can bmtl tl is hla!, hut I believe she can: The Petiluon: of' J.\\V. PncV'and: otjjer,.

!, .171 *almost equivalent route to in dIN1mfWllelt.Dli rent N"l.Let I ;in quoting from an artcle: in thi.s) paper, of f Minister to i\J xico. This appointment. j is TEa RULKO\D.-A recent repoit of the U'.l and that she could not in any helter way praying; permission of Council to Henry
'
.
I., as rely I somelhing o. our own' enterpri e the 12lh i inst.. on ." Railroad Stock Subscription well deserved by bun, Mil will prove highly mington Railroad/ Company furn shes u- emp.ox her capita!, whether she wt-nld il.. Konpman to keep' his" store" open !oa the'Sabbath

III tl! and energy. But, as long a we cone..toarseltres ( I -*,"* in which i was rematkeJ that .the acceptable to our Community, where ills with the gratifying informiliou that the, vest it for present profit or future specula for.. ,the. ,purpo,.'e.'of I"vending, .I'mJ: ,

L xvith praying to Uetcule without( I whole td. t illil. Yet I do not look to East Fhrida .&.., was also.presented and read,'and acton*
.jiuiinipouro\xiisbolders to the wheel I I Georgian a sho-tt tipe: emce' declared thai high intelligence, integrity public spirit and r J 162 miles xvill be in operation

t : to Pen cola nor to E-tt Florida: neither nortoihe from its own knowledge nine-tenlhs of the gpneial worth are duly appreciated, and a I liming the month of July next. The ro.i.l for the body of lime funds necessary to Con. upon it indefinitely postponed.Cooneilinan .. .

" I. .- 11 t.I, mil there be' 1 ta Iroads 0::I tizi-ns of Middle Florida were desirous of f lively recollection is chenshed of hig gallant exleiids from Wilm'ngtnn. North Carolina, ,ruct lint r('udr but I do look in her for a Hd %V.''Clarlf ,1atHtJial
he had been to call the attention''
', which you or I, Mr. Kduor, will ever ride. them joining Georgia:, says in the war of 1812, under the hero >rua 1l .4 : Respectfully, your oit'tMrrv'l", ., that in our efforts to make of New Orleans thus completing a continuous line of the firm instahn ni allowed by the law. it
; IL Y .' ';Eo T WARD. xve out a strongcase and his long able and railxxax Monroe'streets.;.: whereupon. ; on motion.

] : against opponents xvete much more faithful superintendence of the South Carolina from New York tn, Montgomery, with the 'tall be sufficient to meet the expenses ol was .
."c ,, aau...u.a $ Colmutmi, G the "Resolved .That the Street Committees be
t: '"- indifferent as to the truth or lailyof our Railroad now contributing so largely exception of a short distance nnm-diaieU subscription of the entire stock and the ;
w_ authorized to opeiLSMd stiWt* to> the cOt
: t( Great prcpanrlions have been making\ for statements, than was creditable to us or justto the prosperity jf our city and State. Col.Gadxden south of Wathittrton city. It is estimated survey of the location. and grade of the potato limit.of the town, ''al the expense ofCounc

:. >A celebration of the complete Railruad con- him.*' and that the Georgian has never is yet in the vigor of life, intellect that when this road is co.-nple'ed; : the tune who.e road, which I believe mar be accomplished corporation," : -

. ,; r II.flioi between Colmnbiif and Savannah. declared! from its own &/iotregc nine. and usefulness, and will dnu'-tR-ss discharge saved in the Irancporlalion of the m.v,Is between Inc a sum less than 20uOO. I he- Iman Bonn formedtne Cooneil


f i t :? Coic) r!. May 20, P. M.-The great joining themselves to Georgia.:' new and dignified btatton Inmoiably to him sixty hours. meat, but my oyiniou i i& nut !the base to %VarJencand rMjuertedY on 'bebalf of ll*

Id t ftulroad Festival 'lm' been one of The G .!etrniint the subscriber. The Board., thar tlie Fire-Hooks and LacMersbelongin
ttikiy o"glanarticle not at hand oelfr and to the good of his cou" Inaccept. position of '
Wit at itry. MOBILB be or
the
to town
the moRl tnleresling events m the history of AND OHIO lh'LRIIAU.-W' learn ? deposited .in
I -: ltt'fRlllllrvC'mf'ltl, in our Slate.t A pto- the tune the remarks in our paper werepeniMJ. g tins embassy, be vacates a lucrative from the Columbus Times that Hieem.rr the mail its geographical character as-com. 'near the Engine,House ; 'when the.&fal"hd

; 'tl8"inu lormell.l 4 o'clock this afternoon and it was not known whether the jutet. that of chief superintendent ol the rO Lf' om Mobile: l the : la.re.1tittl other projected routes tending to .xvas, irstructed to-carry put the' desires,ofhI'

.i '. am1,ac com pa n led by a hand of musir, i.rt'dl xvords a tlled"t're used or not. building of our new Custom Hou:e. under ) : Kentucky line i> the .a.complishinent of .the MAle purpose, board in that re pt"eL' -, '
to Concert Ihill I cnntraci-, distance. : of 453.mile 'Councilman J.Clark? stated that be': '
proceeded where a cUIt however, matters but little ; for the Georgian We learn, too, that the official the coiiiiectn.ii it will el'tabliltlt'\Vitir important .
I_ Hint boiinlifiil rrpaM' was 81100''ce.menl except a few miles of light work in Tannes requested inform'ltbe Cou net I that a F"
I ItrtI'lre.1 Speectiri nd.nits that We ) have stated it has also been received of the jKimts the completion of the route itself wibei joan'iednnd"io requistthe -
Z > ri xvete ina
.' RI.tr TUllnls Judge 8UlI, R. R. Cur M our belief that I majority of the people of J. S. CnpNS| K-q., of California ill MX months. Nine tenths of the as regards.'\ the- expense_ -of ewi. >i ruction, Its. Council to procure. tbe' .;:.necesstrf.

: -, : A.-N'isbett and n.i..sctssaisge of Macon of Middle Florida' rf tht question xx-en- formerly of this city, as Col. Gadsden's. 0 r- cuihr.icmshave iiatioiial character. and. the btisin-ss wih ,hose for the enzine.Councilman' : .

S ;u-. *,. allr1 Janel t'l Montgomeiy, Uflr> brought lo \ote. xx-ouId pronounce in, favor retary ol' L, gallon. Our been taken btr planters! along the rUIII I, command both from without and within Boars! submitted the*following'*
young who "
countryman have in all Ordinance which'was
Lzitv, ald Flournoy of Columhu cases given bund for the adopted'/
f ,,' \ of uniting with Georgia.'* The editor of is a man of liberal education and high this Stair, xvill near scrutiny with any other; 'i ot
woilhrand 'Town
the are the hollowing : performance of tlle'vu.rk'on or before the '.Be Ordained il by .the: .Council
.lnmll the dues not state what he did skilled in both the and all I these chum.the 'investigation: andcwsider.ttiuii'uf't. <
1 day ice telebiatt: It witnews the Georgian languages and the first Novem er, 1854 the Town of Jacksonville That section rofai'i

; ,. ,".. finion
,4 tu | | ) While' ithert gl iy in the lie had "a cuse lo make out then, which (itt the distinguished office co ,rvrred> LOLA.MONTEZ v\a-HUt Panama on he*'way Charleston' New York and New Orleans. and spread of contagioui'dseai' P****'

: trmuiph d of Wt the, we prefer to gather our : ,probably induced him t:say xvha".he did- MJIOH.uim. to California, on the. ,3rd inst.Tl .. Fo the merchants of Savannah and Charle.s- June. 3J,"1852. be---s,,.arid-"the.same. -,-"is'," oert. rrepealed.
:
garhu> along of .
-'*-* & .* .* ] j uih4.. ; is for .Ieterm O ...-We leam fro'n the Mirror thatat itself, .as one likely to add' l
< | jiojmUtion who have had l'inJ it, not ns to le. But .. materially to {Iii -
which'i WS Jibd"'ted1'
In
the letter rrdinaaceaalso
city o judgment lo und the to an. election on the 12th inst., Messrs. of the Washington correspondent extent of their Florida -
.L pIOjrC energy now says what he did say i is likely trade. TOtIe'mer.challt. "f' t ,'J ,**
, : .6&utt'enterpriiHivh'ieh made her the enough to have been rate a G. ORyanr A. C. 'Brown, W. J. C. of the N. Y.'Tribune of the 4th innt.. ofNew-Yurk and New Orleans thesnm .' 1 t. f <)' ; -
I : J' ixuytt outlet 1 Jur.the Cdinmcrc-al 'fAlhCtiol, tJrona any Rog.-rs, J. Al, McIuioshaW we find the following speculations about Be iXC-r&unetUtt 'tbeTbiisnCdtheToti oJ
0. P. !
4j r .,; of Iba:UU.. it was very harmless, an there i iA no probability Tommy, (.fndiiins the *advantages \"llhcnlel,though in.a'less of Jackson?illethe'duty'of na.t.f, d"51111 J=
: > troagbt from, the that the be ; were elected Trustees of the town'of Ocala. : i degree. becauMs,the 'fuFu're \O
..H..i'Wal' Atlantic wat e'Jbj"ct.wi, genously agitated. ._ ,staple. ))1Odt1t1 f ,:jhe'dntendant ,loof -caij
poured 1 tb. 'hattaiioochie: erening.. .** If it., is not:, ye, imMgine, .it is no ATtn: Clerk and Town Constable are to J The Florida Indians. it is,judged,at ttie'WIf MI Florida,t ,_will: find.a better ,market: in SilTawnah i' blisb" od ln., b D wina'.. : "trtb :

J k : H,"HI .1'e'Irl'd: .J VII!| come fft Temiier fault Weiiesen. ,by the/Trustees.,, Departmentr soon.tugjvemi indmtvof and tlharleston the tb -
*., of Gtorxian't; we attribute the Iniuble than in thos eitie rf
I .'1" a .n t: Hgain conting Ja hm>dsom, add;- r' ; it b r"bi the'
) Hal I fllb. ; &tion' : R.uLR.o : hOst to $40.000.000 It fit then to' Savannah and .. .. ; .up .. .... .
"a th : of
w ( q.Iu& jreii t al timuthsuhjeet o ." .- The Legislature of Illi.nois public,mUliey' already Charleston that :Wld1 11" -o.YDI U4CW &CC1I .
I I' a4i: tOT .k.W.IU"'JAI.bm hasbeenrewully before to I last winter spent on them., 'U J look .for)the principle ticpu.' ... .. tb'aa
-. was referred solely ,lo passed"a ,Uwjo. the .efftct, : :Tlieauthontie, > it mfwerfpiion:!! .43; "Ift.. U. '
here believe -
4 ,1",1, a corresponding mfmInriperiol the'wreredinunciation of the idea then that that t6e.are a..ructJbllwuk., I it 1. t5J5t
. : 'be t railroad' companiesfthoufd. pay,$5,000 about 500 of them : ,trtte uj ta $'aJinah Bals 01 G'C. Poatr.Cd.bl
f. jtfia, Academical Society i j ,ol'. lieved.! I ", The GeorRiin ivoold; f for .iill, including,120! ,war- has contributed 1 to aM orwp.Jd 1.--
I' unwilling : every pAosenger !ktL lu'a' raid thrxmgiithe ; HUM.. It is aatjcipattd thtttetj, Demo: largely another work, baf fn.dvettiaigiArir. j1eP

.e ; ft bQ'' ;( Fiat.ee.Jfwtshi ',' : flow4torepeat ,that,belief! Jt\\t14! not, I carelcRsiHM(the cOtnp ,)'or'iU agent*.- crLicGuvernorwtjj, 'at.one* proceed to car-, cons, ,derruig that' Jbat_work'can'do l :Dolhingfttsurcp ".:'' ;.'-\ *Iseuw&utIths tJI- a, '

;" .'tmaiicipHtion' bill h'3J'.been. !aid it in *'In.k'inltoUI its ease."/ ; The cltizeu of"Chfcaiiov! Ifi ve 'rveoJeJ: :to, ry whiicit.oui hi the,,State'l: *>", ttieir.expulsion; ,".b \.c I'OQnb_.. .." '' .. .if__.. .. fiJ. ..._ .. !.'.ai.PlJtg ffl ."A..1i.J t' r.. crort
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,- ttItDbtRUUUL1I; ( flriiiiii. l )l'rIiuimeiit.l l; ; I H. ,.flg..J .,,. "."enabled. to" :find. tlia see, 'this'! !, ''law! _,enforced. loathe, lctt.r J? ..Whig'] outthe predecessor_milttfa I to-ignored,that tndJ by.raftln \- it cannot justJj* bV,ssid to.t .ve,)conntc-I oiIil.it sa&'s 4)allj
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C TIt 4 Wekiy fmr the Republican by AGENOY. laylLb."I \--l'D'N J -, 1 .. ,. '_' "- MEXlCA.N

A Ingraham, Laura T. mn8' KJllEtt II h5Oa-
,F.WAVER CO. J Adam'Mn. now : _
.raaers' .PDe. 1..1"1I. CO"pa". GI' Adams JOb,. :.Jacobs. J/. : JL i Bier tock.f.uod*, *owimaJig a. general )ltJST N( MBfi.T
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; .. ., awortment.
$ so tle., w' York. Ge K of Dry Goods. ReadrnudCluthiag..
BACON. Hams per Ib) 16. CAPITAL Alby AlrODI Kelsey Mr Hard hollow,tin and Wjlluw Wan.Crockery., Asthus. iJi t ;.. '...;JT
: Shoulders perlb JJ. _, o0. Anrt, ra AAlberUon o'L Hats IUotac4Sb'_ 'fOl''.>e.aad gftnU. no t IB the habit,tn4i.a4nrtiie..

Sides, perlb IREEF Us-. F.WuV1a. ,E.J.. RC.A1tloMi.: John Lncser. Sewall : &...'.;Md. &bs,nI-
GROCERIES.
wTSceMt
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P"sld"ot Atkinson Nelson 2 ting toJbtcat M.Uieloe '
It .'
W *Sa&t
12 LI Ge.
Fulton i bbls Secretary'
Market Ota
: lRraBWyjehoica '
B ,John brand VTBidte-r? Rums inform.,aeh perIOfl.ud aim tbeee wh. have aot.
BREAJJ.Nay.1erlb: W 64 a 8 Granite Fir Inaarmnec Company e" fllyer.Thomas La *eter, C. common biskey; Port Ma.lfOIri. MJara.aad already Warned the fact front their on expert-.
Pilot. per Ctlrm. lJeard >y, George M Muscat Wines; HUM bacon aide; Puck Batten sacs and l ..that Mcxiwt Maataar*
DOTTER lioldon Hfo C Lard; Mackenlr Loaf. Craned and Br.u So i Liniment U really, truly an* :"& $ .,the.:
Gohen, prime. perlb 23 ft 3U. CAPITAL $,. Boltor \ MerrimD.Jon gar*. Teas Kin aedJara Coffee; flour in trarI I best remedy ever before toOtred teethe iOBi* ed >

BRICKS Irt quality! perm 8No a CEO. CnT Pres't..x.. H, DEDR CK, Sec'y. lianlett; Colby Myers, William relnnd' half.barrels; :ho1. Lead and< Powders fw rheumatism..pearalgia,.nigaeta-oy JR..>.|. ,
2d do prr m4IJ. 44 Lootbe. Win J John Cheese; Pilot Bread- rackem, and v ron*.ther j>ts, muse); CANDLES, Sperm, per a Knickerbocker Fit"In.oranee Brown. .Mora.' A article. t.. tediow to mention which
:: 23 a 371 Company. Nathaniel Jas ; he will burns. or eal s. tore nipples oaks l breast**Au>
Adamantine, per IVatrrfbrd, W. Y. take pleacurvm.showing to bit friend and it is ofunrrraUed, :
Ib, 8 a 10 Bachelor Kosco G Morcell, A enstoi exeeOeaee..sad woittobeaeertaieninsdyfurhsphe..w har.MX*!,.
Tallow er# .
per I CAPITAL $150,000. l>aran, .\ntouiaBrisht McKay W ea*,,
CHEESE. Pine Apple perJlbbj; 18Joini a CHA*. CRAMER I-rest N Dbucklen tall: C'Peter May 7, 1m.. ,XAS. UV1NGSTOX Agt.. therefore ufidcatly recommend It,aadadrise r 1
Northern, I? ; rD.. Met Fec'y. ,John every reader to try it, (feeling certainty.{gJr-
Jb! 10| a Mann
COFFEE Java. Rio, prime per perlb: U II Insures property against loss orimn! by Biahitp, Frederic Magnay WINDOW BUNTVJLarg.qaanity lrale by re tog aatlsfactioa by giving relief. ; ?,.

FISH, Mackerel Xo. I. I bbl 7 75 fire or lightning n n as reasonable term a* any Carmiehial C las D Macbe, :MAlurssby apr7 JAMEHAVMAM.Butter. New YO K,lily 31,'JSSZ,
'
.% { bbl 650 other solvent company. Application received aimichial, John Mattair.: Bear E oI3AVMIS3flI3OOIO We hereby certify that we liar*Wd tin eossv

FLOUR, Canal per bbl 600 and policies issued by Calvin L 3 Martin ( oliii pound known as the.Marians Liniment,and haven < ;
Baltimore per bbl 6 25 \VILBTIt Caltertne. N .he it&/ion in ,recommending It.'at ChVheat
Cvrwl. fl McGregor Richard L K.I. of ben Rotter. Jut reeeired 'r
tRAINMom. per bush; 90 ft I 00 Agent 123 Congress street,favannab. Collins. liantS Martin, Wm N 2 B5 and fur aTe bvOpposite ticle we have ever use4Lr the core olwpr&ia.,. if
GUNPOWDER per keg: 4f. II 550 Jk\lCg gall. eat,bruiiie*. &*., en bursts
Cope Phillip Marshall 1 W 1f.\XIJ.It1f.
: 14 II 10.fL'S Charter E AH who.doubt this will mil
Oak
LARD. perlb lIre lu.nrauce Companv. Cross, TJ [) please e* the 1m-
N r. Hyrne' Building
) ES.X. 0., per cat 40 1& Si hartford, Ct. Carter. Ulyses Mark marS Bay street. dersignvd. and they will be happy"to afford aft' 1
SYRUP Honda per gal 43 1& 60 CAPITAL Carter. ewbn. \ other information in. their power at regard.It.
I 25 JiTO-OOO with a large surplus Endorsed JdxphCnrtU. :. .LH3V < efficacy &e. LC rZ.DAlL* fie '
gal
OIL Sperm. per *
the Win H Nash L J Interesting ta
Unwed.PORK persI I 1 121 by Mate Joseph the- Thirsty! l'roprieton..Muhattan Stag Ce. .

N r. Mets. per bbl 20 00 : ALFRED GILL Pres't; JAS WALKT.KT.. ee',. Catou. T. II N 2 Pons J ___ _. ,c OLD Cognac an.1 Pale brandy. Did Sheaf Extract from a letter OaiedSaciuxE.'rTo .
: April
11. L. BTKD }J. Cr.eket and Monongahaht
dot 250 D., lixam'g Physician for Sa whiskey London '
1'OLtTEH.Ldo1l.RA1SISiper per box 3 00 vannah. Capp. lioduer S. D J"ut'kIIId. ICE ICE ICE Porter and Port wine, .wnrrantod- prvdoe*the CITY CaL.Aug. 15, 1S32.I .

BRANDY perg&1 300 11 500 stock This company will issue poKcies on the joint : ('ampoell.J Jot \V }Phillips.rr.James, Nancy .l." TONS Jnit received from Boston, and desired apr 21--3'el'eet.ju received(0'. C. BARRETT by Agent.BtkMC ecHeut believe article the Mustang/LUiiaejit My wife brought a eoapfo aostrB*f bet-u'

WHISKEY principle! and upon the mutual plan' thus : Chalmen, Virginia Parker, Addison wv for sale hy the subscriber*.
Mononnahela.SUGAR per**', 1 S II 1 50 combining the bcne&ts of both systems at the option CoHtiinic, Mary 1 hillbrnck, E G Order from the country carefully and promptly (HJ PM"rill Etabtehueeht. U Since. with she her.came which here I mart horse thank'fell down jon wtth for ,
Porto Rico perlb 8 11 9 <>f the insured. attended to F. WAVER my >
& CO.
Cburcii, Albert G 3
JosephPeucock
Coffee No. 1, per Ib 9 II 10 Policies will be isned at the lowest rates of V) Penny John Jacksonville, May 5, 1353. HENRY COOP A.X clntlnnes ta- supply me bone, and I injured m* eoo il.raMyr bit brake no
per Ih 10 a II premium that: be .. Jacksonville with bad recourse 4J.tlM Liaimeat.and.the.
Crashed can
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adopted and afford -
requisite Phillips, -- -
loyning. Ande -- relief in fact the ran, was ut ailuag. .,
l.af, perib 10 II II security to the insured and perpetuity to the \ Percival, GOoD BREAD, "
: (Signed U KAMSOMVExtract
) ;
.ack J 73 institution. New Groceries and Provisions.
FOR ,
SALT. per Lana, lidwardDowney Bumble, William CASH AND CASH OfiLS" : fra a letter dAted **
SOAP, Am yellow, r.Ib 5i II 6 Policies issued for the benefit .f a married Mathew Q Barrels Genesee Flour Hi* store i* situated on Bay-street 2. doors .
SHOT, all sises per Ik 9 II JO woman on the life ot her husband. or any other Drury Henry Qpartcrman L 'JO 20 Half barrels Genesee Flour from the old corner of Win. Almp (at prr_t ihTn*,-rw-F..,.M. S, 1832.

Serar*. Spanish per 18.23 to a 40 00 I pe-ron, will enure to her pefmrate use, indojiendeutly l Dwight, James It 23 BHs Haltimorc Flour F.' Waver &Co-) where can be had at all times Another ciroctrrstance which JT aotkad in Ohio,

TOBACCO manttfact'd, per Ibi 18.1 a 75 I of her husband and of.the claims of her Dow, WiWC Rockwell, Austin JOOO Lbs raeon :ides BRKAD, CAKESand P ASTRF of every do- a few day*ago. 1 tboaghVtnoke highly oftho
TEAS, Hyvon. per Ib 62i II 75 creditors.IjAES. lioberts: John F litt' Lbs Bacon Shoulder* cription.Persons. virtues of tlie Miutaiig.: reuag,'1a'the fl9ee"fcf ,
Black. perIb' 62i II 75 I I\SCHKD on reasonable ternu. Ellis. Chesclden Redd. Kdw; .2 TIbia Leaf Lnrd from the country will find it cor-rentent a physician of high standing, }netiee l. a* he ,

WIN K.Madeira per pi" 00 California Ellis, Mr Robin>on, I G 3 Casks dioiee Hams to supply themselves with these article. fresh at opened the door of his book-case. ..eevalt3sn 11
Champagne per loi 14 00 a IS and Australia Uisks'aken. Hi-ten KenbenV 3 Robertson, 10 Bbls New Yiest Pork his counter Private families regularly supplied ot Mustang, along side of which. was-aaewpfr

- -_ A WILBUR Lhsou, Uichard R HUM, moT 5 Kegs Orange Ck Hatter in town as herefofure. Mustang bottle and a two ounce presceiptioa ,-.

( .GKORGC STOXK presents his name a' Agent, 129 Congress st uanna. F Rose, David HRoberts. 4 Half I.bis F. M. Beef Parties wishing pastry furnished can at all itl fiHed with Mustang Liniment ..Idc....
m.r2f'.y Fairbnrrt. Wm Eb'gahRobinson. CBagii Rio Coffee time be accommodated with promptness and on the following direction <' KuV the UY.ell
a candidate for CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ; Franci & Clark LReily 5 Bbls Pilot Bread reasonable term nigh/and m<>n>Hig.with tbe.,. aa4- rrat

COL'RTot Ducal county at the October election Floyd Joiwph Morris 8 Cases Claret I take this opportunity expressing my thanks a wA>len cloth aro a.Ut."' J. P.FLEillNO.U. .

,at the instance of several friends. S500 CHALLENGE! Flanutariib Ann Roberts. Anne E 1 Cask London Porter for the liberal evidences of encouragetnen which li.Meekiugs !AT Wafont-atreet,Ciormoati.wu .
Friend, Cotes W Rose, Wiley 1 Cask Scotch Ale I have already received. and while: respectfully confined to his bed and ander treatment of a
April 7th Frayier, Stephen N Wilson 5 Boxes Sandy asking a continuance of the lLme. feel warranted .. physician oine-siz week*.with itenralria, of th.
F&aserl1Il Hadal. S 5 Boxes Candles in claiming for the bread which I offer qualities whole,>{bid right aide leg. ana aa4 face au,
HOBEXSACKS WORM
Tw tUr \ ut.,. ul UoYal.uu"'). SYRUP.An G Seton George 2 25(>.Ll>s C1l 6.h unsurpassed in all the essentials which go to make ', sufferings were indescribable,, and the only eecation *-.

I respectfully announce myself fellow-cit- article founded on Scientific principles, Grant, Richard 3 SnyderVUton D 4 Bbis sugar the staff of life palatable'Iore. and wholesome from the mOlt agonizing pain wa while
my compounded with purely vegetable substances. Govern John & Jno .V 1 ilbl Pickle I will continue flour which,with under the influence of .>ninui or morphine. ilia
iten of Dnval County as a candidate for the beu>g pertectly cafe when taken and has never James 2 attenb.. "erei,1 1 Bbl Mackerel personal experience in the art of Baking.justiOe doctor finally lried bin to try the Alattaa

office of CLERK OF THE CIR CUlT COURT been known to fail in curing the mo-t obstinate 'oufeu.bls, Susan 1: Maall. Mo H 2 Half bbts Mackerel2JOO me in promising my customers Good Bread. &c Liniment; be did so, and ia two day*'w..*abl te.
St
of laid County-pledging myself if elected. to case in m* can never exist when this remedy Guy, lor Stanton,Thinna I Choke Pejrarn march 24-tf HENRY COOPJIAN. go about bU business,perfectly,cnxvd :.

is once used, from the fact that it not only de- <. Smith, J C I Bt I Burning Fluid A VOWETKOM THE SOPTH.. ,
discharge my duties to the best of my abilities.my2fttd strovs them but removes all the dime and mucus (wove lieu S Smith Geo F 1 Rbi prime Whiskey WASHINGTON, BALTIMO1 e", AND NIP The Mexican Mastang.LinuBent ha oee wwd

I. V. GAKME.OT which may remain. tovecbarb D Snowball Jno C 1 Bbl Sperm Oil ADV RTJS M!NTS. in my family and on.jay pUntation 'for a great
--.- -.. TilE TAPE WORM. J>ari.on. J P Smith, James \\ olc. half aid quarter boxes Raisins Nuts, ------ ---------------------- variety .Cdneiuedreatiiriuj( an external application -
THE PRYSICUSS Oural 3 Shears Addition 1laccaroni"ine Mustard, Congress Water, j. H. G. mcCUTODN '
County ,
are requested -I This worn is the mot difficult one to destroy Gieu1 r. and ba>never laOed to give immediate. re*
to meet in Jacksonville c.reen. Sadler IMSagan > Tobact-o, Alcohol fce. fcc. &e. Just received per ATTORNEY AT LAW Bet and effect 1 bare l
on of all that inhabit the human body. It to lelljlm1 a permanent eare. e r*>
Wednesd'1, grows Alex T brigs >n!an. and Louisa, and for tali by WAMHNGTON Cl It
fVI I C. several caw nrrbvnmatiaia thai had resisted tIM
evening next,the 25th inst at the of Dr an almost indefinite length, and becoming
so
F 5 F. WAVER & CO.IUeKS. .
135.1
llorton.Theodore 2 Smith, Geo May
I I coiled &nd fastened in the intestines aDd stomach Practices in the Courts of the District and skill of amy beet phy .1& ha*.eared rinj>r
L'E.VGLi for the purj se of organizing a county as to produce fit, St I'ttuf Lamt. 4 c., which I Huff, Wie T ** CUiins for Pay Pension. worm by a simgle.aps.flcnbia.I; eJuUMam. ia a.

Medical Society. may 19thI I i I is the cause of many going to the grave, not believing iabvr, Francs2 Townsnd James U canty Land Lot llonus ku,. few day; toothache itaauMnatcrrj'-Troot bite*.
j I that these complaints have their I J eutar. *:ah J lit By a late act of Coiigres aH wvhn of cut, core and corn, by a few aratieatiotM: sexTons -
origin Ia] ken, Ems D Townsend IC New York Bricks ; just re- re"olutiuoaroLlie, headache eared .lJ J. havn ..
are entitled entirelyi > ,
OtJ-The most astonishing results are being I from the Tripe Worm; co. queutly they do not 1 0,009 to Pensions.
l
llerriek $ Thomas,C N ce i ve.1 and for salts w by
!. all 2d- the widows of officers and soldier of the 'ed it fur almost t ryLj.I'I lkhaIwaya
toe medicines for their dwea *
use
produced by the use of OILMAN'S 11 IRDYE. |i proper *) To F. WAVi.R & CO
tboce who are iiSicte t with this awful foe to Hatch Mark j F Turner, :ar.h may 19 ;.ate War, War with Mexico, and the Florida cared. I consider it the Lest Bedtefna I bars

It is doing what has never been done be-I!I I health. I recommend the u'e of my I V ann Sy. lall.'IVnj Tbompol. Neiker War, are entitled to l'eolioDl. if their husband* ever llietl. W.1.JOUNSON,
fore-changing (Jentletnen's Hair %Whirker or |, r H p R..d Isivei Pill. The Syrup to be taken indose lal. .am 2 Henry I lIusn? IH TATC>KS.fl were killed in service, or died disease contraot- Proprietor Uifr]Jana 17JIflaM.*

Mustache from red white to of two table Fpooufuls, three times a day Edward WHUlchilon. f\ Bhjust received. and for wile bv ed while in nervic .t,AR. :J.u)89'
or grislcy grey a j jpermueDt.JET ; Wickham Kilward J. \
WAVER
I C hales V & CO. 3d AH widows who hare received ftve' "'uA
| then take from fire to eight of Liver Pill y ar ,
my to .
A K. Monrc E f
.sie theeditqaprietor
BLACK or beautiful brown as required I I Uo]>kinaJnoLHewitt WiL n. David 2 pension are entitled to a renewal of their Pensions. q. a n4po
the Worm
and
=
dirfMge iiy following '
pass strictly of the i-a h Ua. 1teiubfloa.w'in .
II ana ( )
Dexter B WelU. C .
in one miua/r. i tbe' directions the most oWiuate Piano-Forte for Sal .
e ,
j cases of that of the 3 th ..December 1}1. -
\\ pjper jrr-
Z. D. Sole Worm can be Harpiiegg! 11 elenton. These enn b* obtained by addressing a* above., .
OILMAN Tape peedil cured.
Proprietor city of I Henry June A in.J L II RWillingham VERY FlN'i PH O-FORTE offered post paid. Yeb.21-6m "Our i>r onal experience enables oa to recommend -.
Washington. For sale by Drnggiits and Hair- UOf\U, or nTUMACH IVOR. liou-te, John E B T 2 A for ale on very reasonable terms. It can the Mei *3 Nutting Liniment t* the

Dratsen, everywhere.Polonlii. This worm i* usually found in the small intestines Hogan Ann'C Gile* J I[; b.seen at the Bitjlsnn Hmttt. Fot particulars Watches, Gold and Silver Ware.L. public with confidence, as w*-bare. felt the food

________________ ----__________________ .and i' the worm in."t common to cbildien; J WiU>y, John inquire of CoL:. thzog ton. orGtO II. MILLER 4i CO., effect upon aprain .ankle, which reeeirejl-; '-f.
I vet it i is not entirely confined to them us adults Jones Jenning "Wild. (Jhri.ton F. SKIFF. W1IOI.CSALR great benefit from one application.Tand ha bcttk
| have frequently been known to suffer I cured ecanioually it for a-week-
with them Jones, Mitchell V ap21-t WATCH JEWELRY HOUSC by uaio ."
Thousands of Parents who use Vermifuge com-i The Kyntjitoms moct prominent while a&ected Jones Tan Waggeman J 2 )lr.J. F.1Iu'1lby.of the firm ef4lBry.GaTt
I Joseph No 227 Baltimore St.. S E. of Charles .
eor. it.
poej Castor Oil,Calomel &c are not aware :, with this worm are hardness and fullness of the Jack801. A HJohnson. Van Nws, S I A < ; rent Bargain. & Co of tLw city. *av. that by the ofat of tba I
that, while they benefit I'! Wily, "limy vtoob.loll l appear to the i atient, it:g at the nose, a blueich streak nad-T the eyes. lolbey, Willy toon:. "WiltiamYonbe de'cr1ptioTl.Vatcob owe tbaa (rune any other .remedy be baa vied, and
are actually laying the foundations for a series of!I! tic. If jou ur any of Tour children have any of Junes, Mary L 2 Gregory DRUG STOIIE"FOII SAI E. Makers and Manufacturers fine Gold Jewelry now feels better than beha.ftrtA,fast.ix year .,

disease, rath at salivation loss of sight ..eakDelloflimb. I the above nyraptouw. HOHKNSALK'a: W- IUI Jones Polly Ann I Vprfersigned ofTera for sale his Sto k of We call the attention Sonthern and Western Fact peak for themselves,comments. "ao. ,annecewary -. s
:VttUPcan be THE dealers in Watches. Jewelry sod Silver Ware to -Dalton Time. Feb_) ? '\
lie. cafely depended upon. Hy using applying for leter in the above list UG< MEVICINE.5. Jtc the ; -t
it have Jerni I rwHh priv- our very extensive stock, "9 you a certain "afe. and fpeedy cure and are ,or they
; ay may of the bent in the The
tore town. stock
averti nod Hepe
Ia another column will be-found the advertisement if after using it according to the directions the them. C. M COOPliR, article in oar line shall we allow any establishment was a&liatad..wUh.evPnu chronic, .&.t.
of is wa purchaseil with great care,and wilt compare to surpass nn, either in quantity quality or She bad raftered for with UieTmert ecraeiating *.
Hobensack'* Medicines to which we ask patient not restored t health and the wirmt May 19-St Poatinarter.TH01HAS I >
favorably w
the attention of aU interested in thoroughly eradicated from the i-yrteui yon cau i I found. The trade is increasing
directly tbeir rapidly and.as
ret A.IiIIued here it no remedy beyoud the in this branch of trade in Baltimore and shall relief, and almost everytbMg. neo_
own as well as their children'; health. In Liver j A* for fail there i* no such word as tail grave, with DOUGLAS I the inenme town of ill trade growing M he rapidly a corresponding the use every fair means to induce Southern and Western mended for this dreadful d*'ease.: H B.*t ttmeher &.,

Complaints, and all disorders arising from those I those who u.e my ll'-n m Syrup ATTORN AN COUNS!LLO'? AT LAW, plUiik road 1_ in may eoatetnfikitwn expected.beo i.-completed.Jacksouvilte terms me.ehanU shil! be a to* liberal open accounts and with ns Our ed her pain in the least. She ned, owtJBAy ,
accommodating bottle Liniment aad tt-ewredi 44'her
as
cent tit Mustang
eu f a Bilioos type you should make use of the on-I j AS .iR 1>ES. ornntn.: Thread IVo ma. AN SO ..ICITO I NCHA- C.JLY. I -will supply' the interior of Florida can possibly be found in the Uuiird States. entiruly. ?h. is now' perfectly"..aacI re- f

ly geoaine Medicine-Iloben!', Liver Pills I! These worms to which the human system it liable JACKSON VILLK.. FLA. m a great measure with. Good To any one We will take great pleasure in showing our commended all of her. frieniu to no the Mustang
are the mod tn>u >Ies nne of alt others. i wishing to in this business rare "- -
> They engage opportunity goods to. Southern aid \\IoIle n oi
"Be : I roerehanU I Liniment JAS. L. \ EIUSarannah I
th: not deceived.1 but ask for Hoben- ,
i to be found in tLe myl91 i is now offered My
reasons tor
are generally offering
rectum aud if whether they open account wi'hn or not. ,Jan.1, 1852 s-
tack's Worm Syrup and Liver Pills and observe i I allowed to remain from the irritation they pro- I I the Store fur sale, i* that I have other buiaei L. MILLER & CO., .

that each has the signature of the pr" prietor, J.y. : duce, lay the foundation for serious din 'rders, \)1. M.TI N\0, which wilt take all IIf my tim '. Any eonununtcatioa feb3-ftin fmporter* .f Watches. Baltimnl'l"! AS F.,-FROll- THE TTIST. .4.
urh inflammation of the bowels will be promptly attended t as and
| other derangements Mrs. C. ott 'Lbaia.wa tinriia .
.1I0 i 45 T-waj:
EXS.\CK.. as none else are genuine of the stomach. The best and sufei't Factor and Commission Merchat i JOH< M PAYNE. sJlulr aud Inbuecu. child, one nipple became very' sore,an Liae Breast
--- Medicine that 1M used i ii 1MB, ', i Jacksonville i FTa. May lUth Ijj3. 1
can i >ACtv'.SWO15M (For Florida PETER LORILLARD, MANUFACTURER ii.flnmed and coked bard. A few arplicatioo of
SHIPPING LIST. I :\( Such is the ..uishing the Liniiuent heated the -
31u3Ung nipple viwaived
of my Medicines over Auriradet th.it 5. SOUTHERN WHAH '. A'o. 42 Chatham .,.. New IVt
power i the hacda awl inflammation from, U,.
Y*> n, ,
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.CLEAKCn. defy any one to produce a case where Worm cxo. New Siriti (;uods.HANKINS FFE II S for ale the following article warranted
I mv Charlie S. C. O b'reu.t.aiM! ii< had no further. trouble witli it.
j I Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended to b.- ton, of superior quality :Maecobny.; \\nme-ons-cae5of description bar some to ,t ;.

:! used that they will not eure1! that is neces mvl9y Scotch Coarse French Ruppce and other Snuffs: unr knowledge and it u always effbatnal. "i

"lIyl. Tarid Pnffell, Barnard, Navy Bay. sary is to u"e the E>>rup in accordance with .1i.1 __ & HARDEE also Fine Cut Tobacco in tnt-fotl and papers : a Mrs. Hughes of :t. I..nis,lJ a very aerer
i description of the various articles 1
I r ctions on each bottle: and in cnst a gentle moff partir-ular attack of inflammatory' rbcamatism ia ber houl-
I native U required in order to allay the inflation JNO. S. GALLAHER HAVE: now in store, received per recout ar-I can be known Ly sending fur a full price current i den, arms and back. After..JUIIit' most 1 :
APOTHECARY they. produce the Liver tills, hi their above. 3m mar 17INIIIAKUBBKI.Gnoil&
HALL 8yuiiathiiiiiig i excruciating pains fur some ten day,without obUinutg -
action and Late 3d Auditor of the Very rich French Printed Muslins Berates,
healthy operation upon the Treaur I any relief from her jAywciaa*, she 1aM
and: Tea Depository. bowcU u the most Mo jicine lo Lames; Mulins. in solid colors; f
i, jj.ia.jt thit can be Will atten to Claims before ('.ongreaa i iDojartntenis French Calicoes induceU to try the Mustang L imeDL Two Of.
j taken. and English ; Subscriber would call the I ty cent bottles effected a perfect cure. T?
fOe 3, Dr. Mj-rne Srw Italldln:, JackaotiTllle \Vnj-hinjtoa. .Shirt inp* aud Sheetings of every quality and THE respectfully .
Uoiaieut is It
TUB in 23e
UODr.JK'S LIVER PILLS. of hi*old ciwtwinen"and merchants j Mustang put np ,SOc

R. F. ?Co part of the 1'I., tem i; more liable to ilis".e 1 i 1 the He Union.refers wb t<, hare all reasonable bud buVnewith: men throughout him. and I'M,width II-J.;12--1 Lancaster Quilts. throughout the United States and Canada to.his j i and three S I bottle of the 2Te Tbe bottle 30c bottle The contain> a* much j
I S butUeaean-
Where is kept constantly o.i hand a Large > than the Liter it being xuplied with llUluerllUiMo..1 be relies for success upon his familiarity with the I Aim large assortment f Heady-mad Clothing took f Rubber Goo self for the as a* eight ..
of $1
well selected assortment of i Te"rl : and nerves, aid if dirtad the ontin.of business &c tit.. all of which they will sell at the i spring trade His t
lock of KKBBEK' CLiJTillNG is j bottle hold one the* are cheapest. ?
l.hM.1 ofeourve flowing through all parts of the W May 10, 1353- I lowest market prices particnlaily tint
DRCGS CHEMICALS i ASHStoTuS. G. Bit ACU tt Co. sole af
and > of it has A. prnprfetass UJa- c
deserving inspection ; as never before .
lo.ly.Irf.duccl.ur (fI!'azntit Jiunaict, Ltl- N. B Store formerly occupied by Messrs.Moody Liniwtu&lriueisi1 .,
just received by late arrival warranted fresh intt been so complete. nor the articles more perfect.- Mexican Mustang oflSee v
andgenuine. : .AJftdl'llI. t.ytjxjnia, fyc. fyr.MVKR. & !oulter.
N. V.
3Q.I Url d'I'lJ', and corner Third and Mar
Also. PERFUM COMBS. : ('O JPI.AJ"Til Z. D. G1LMAN I JtoeiuollYille.pril "th. .. 3m AX EXTENSIVE STOCK OF Itet streetsStLouisMo., : : :"
BRUSHES. SOAPS. LAMPS BURNING Coats. C Pants. Overall. Carriage '
attended with chill, succeeded by fever pe; Leggings, -OLIVER '.,
FLUID, ke. ke which will t* sold luw for in the of the severe C D:== s' Cloth. Wailinjr. l'ant, Piano COYer BIAGG *'
cash. pains region Liver, vomiting, bitter c::: Mysterious Rappings Accounted for! Glove*, C'apa, Machine Belting. Engine GenerL1.rot,'the South, t;
order solicited | tufte, yellow furred tongue, pulse full and tiound- ptXX rL\'AXI AVENUE, 304 Broadway,i\ "
Country and Life Pseservers.Air
punctually attended Packing. Falls,
ing. the pain iu the tide i in increased bv
to. Physician' prescriptions put up with should the left lobe he effected the pressure, WASHINGTON CITY JEST RECEIVED, a large assortment of. Whip, and every description of Rubber Goods D. McCUEX, BLOODfiOODt BOUSF .J
and h. pain is ge.ierally Hat. Fancy Cravats, tie.Vor The
care dnrat constantly on hand. above are warranted A. M.ItEED.ItIORRISKELareavointedAgent. :
in the left
xhonlder "itb a *ho t dry ewigb, Inrtntot and Site Prrprietnr of
I the tktu tal sale low 5y to stand any clinate. and will be sold at most rea- far the sale of the celebrated Afexiaaaloitaog .
SODA WATER AND SYRUPS, brciHniHg ifa te aj-ftaraure. ni.d the GILMAN'SIsttaeou HANK1NS & HARDEC. onable Orders solicited and .
I tools" clhT-colored This diMfa-e can be cuiedby prices promptly attended ) Liniment ia Jacksonville." Alo for 1 I
ofay own manufacture in their highest state of then*} of HOUEVSACK'LlVr.lt S. B Store formerly occupied by Messrs. to by by DrngzisUjBid Storekeeper in.artry' villag 1\.;
PILLS Liquid Hair-Dye .
perfection ia their season to be bad at the 1 I, as they act directly upon the Hat of the diease Moody & itoulter. D. HOnrjJHX. 27 Maiden Lan. in intheLnik4SIatos. '- 1'" "iJ 3.

counter. I and then operating upon the bowel, they expel, Tt O"'J >dJntal ftees.t.For 'I Hiir-Dye. vhieh it per April 12tb. 1A3J. 4-tf First corner&from Nassau Broadway street., and New York. march 24Spiritualist's -. .
alt the corrupt and vitiated matter from the
TEAL II system sale by jan 27-3m I Li b mi; :
Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. JOHN M, PAYVE. New Goods. -- n1ry.

Tea of dirert importation and of thirty-fjur varieties lj I DYSPEPSIA. Jaknvie. Florida. Spring \\ ooilmaii PARTRIDGE Jc BR1TTAX, t,. f

,from I to lib in a package all warranted I | The symptoms of Pypep, and its various ill n undersigned has just received by steamer NeW Y rk, I. .
and at extremely low price disease. are dizziness in the hi'ad.heartburn op- Gt I.MAN'H LIQPIO HAIR-DTE isthe only article T direct from New r urlt.A Cherry Expectorant, AVE a complete wrtawnt .er Book and f
: OL"HY DKALKIIS presioi after rating meal. sourness from ."
supplied. BT OR-I arising tow n> i the stomach tic antI sometime ciy. Large ;
KXI0 ACCOXPAMED WITH CAKH. general languor I ntnali which will t
of advocacy of,Si< m, they
ot the whole body From this it will be seen that \\'hi"ker. or :10tahios a gray o reddish (JotuU, Inmitmption Jk l t. Aithma Broitduti 'P .
Cardan Flower Seeds hue, Hall apply in quantity,aat)on tbamoatiaTarabUerius. I.'
Plants or Party, any
be. can '
'
the disease owes its origin toe disorganized state )>ear in ibinJ"o of black by devoting one addi-ap- which he now offers to the public at very low Val>nz If the nt' Night Sieenti. Spitting U'e refer to the fpirrtaal Telegraph for ,"

T. MCMILLAN. I of the Liter and Momach. IIOIINAK'5L1Vll | tonal minute to tbeir toilet. In using the very price for ca '
_mr26-y lt l'ILLS i is the very medicine to effect a article which heads this notice every; variety of style and fashion. Breathing. CU///A. Cnnglit. lafluenza* Till .SPlKITUAl, TtLEliKAPlT ia a .ia' .
I permanent and Luting cure.as they act by changing the article be found weekly devoted to the Elucidation oT -
[ 'a Le _.mon; many may Plitkinic. Pain in the Side paper
New Goshen Butter. the certain morbid actions of the system into my'9 Plla rgt. Domertic and English Prints; Do Ginghams; I spiritual Pbenowcna,and contain a record .t
: a healthv action, and rendering the blood pure Printed Muslin and Lawn, from 10 ct*. to And all DseitviofllieQiext the most interesting facts fee. A very intorestia
A few Firkins a very superior artiele-Jnl't.l I and healthy. 30 eta per yard; and Lungs I !*eaiio of tba " received, and for sale. To Ontalrs. Sealed PropoaslsMTII Fig'dand Plain Beragen; Silk Tissues; This is the remedy so universally nsed and recommended fanifestations. ii now in eooneaf poWieatfcm,

__my26 S. NT. WILLLUIS.FHK i You will find tbei Pillt an invalnible medIcine .I' be reeeired bv the undersigned Tarlten Swiss Mull Jaconet, plain and by the Medical Faculty when it ha* between Dr. B. \V.Uicbmoa.l sail 4.B. rlttaa.All .

'H *niUV\l. -Ju t received at f in many complaint to which you are subject In I W Faint T. the Uth int. for unt ebe ked; been introduced. the back number eaa be fllrll., Sat

'. Drug Store- obstruct ion. either total or partial. they have BHCK POWDER}loHAZISE. of the fol,.owng French Cambric, plaid and plain; It contains no opium or other dangerous ingredient ..eriptilJJ price$1 60 peranawa Speewwneeyie. ..*
Old Otard Brandy. I been found of inestimable benefit in restoring and diotIJions, 'Tain feet ire. Walls Changeable Summer Silks, from 87| c. to f 1; and is safe fur the most delicate child SIt sent BKE.
Tort Madeira and Sherry Wine, (all purifying the bloo I and other fluidi no all to cure right feet high and eight inches thick qn with Tin Wide Hack! Silks; Florence and Marceline is estimated thai 120,1(IX)persons die annually The increasing interest and rapid oeeumne
fur Medicinal cs,) pare all coniplniuto which may arise from female irr roof aud Iron door, "itka: in the United States with consumption.. and ef facts, demand more space and additional **r-
CUMt Porter. Ale pnrpo IuAB guUrities, a* headache dimness of sight painin J. II. IL HOURS. > A very fine lot of Embroidered ''wi** Shaw: ; Vofewor Eberly say a vast number of these I Irices, ai d the Telegraph'(V 1"<** JI. ** **" "

af which wi I be old 10'26 the side. bick. Its These pills are the only S. N. WILLtAM<, Com A few rick embroidered and plain CanU.n Crap could be saved by the timely use of some prompt echMinMaynext.) will ho greatly enlarged,
J. M PAYNE t afe and effectual rimed) to cure the foliating CAIA'IV 0tC.JaesonviUe. > bawls; remedY vv e believe that a Medicine possessing after which the price will ba Two Dollar
complainU: I out. Nervitusuess. Melaneboly, fay, 17th 1853.BABBIAW3 White Lace Mantillas tc; Heat Merit will effect cure wherever it is nsd. Tilt SUEKKXAH.Vol.. 11. II being Issued
A, T1.-. TKA-Just received 1 Sick Headache. Giddiness, K beumAtifin, L'ie- A choice Jot of embroidered Good. PointodCollsrs at borne a* well as abroad. This i* no Paregor- Monthly,and is dusted to mental and.. Spiritual
T choice article of Black Tea. a very ceasing Dream. Iiinnewi of Sight or in fact io preparation bat one which if nse.1 in 'season Science. It contain many important &eU kad

cit article of Green Tea. Also the fin- any of the Diseases that arise from affttCtulli.oCthe BABQIAUSII! Do. L. C. ll4lkfs, Chim s ttes, Undersleere. will save the lives of thousand Many certificates profound exposition of the psychological* wt '
my2S J M. PAYXE. Liver impurity of the blood or constipationof Cuffs. It.; Could be furnished but it i* preferable that which they depend. .Each number contains at
D-nggi the BoweLS BARGIANS The latest fashion of Ladies' Hats,at very low *ny Medicine should sell on it*own merits The least .kf page original matte,iron the ablest '
of thousands of testimonials i i. embellished with .
OK following is only one contributors and a portrait ,
BOOK K ldrnre.We .
IMNiKH Mr Iral prices;
.Bt and all. to *ee the new Book-* and Cnme Music.one the undersigned phyricians. having had TH K Subscriber begs leave to inform the pub Misses and Ladies Flats; ,from well known Phyueiant.feLrAi on tect. aT cam Spiritualist' or Reformer.'erm I
at.. generally bo has removed from No.1AltNng' Ribbon and Linings; *.*0 per unOlo.The -
Urag Store the manufacture submitted le }tb' Rich Bonnet
oa the Comer Also a beautiful receipt of their to us Tu, Gaitor, NEW < ', April 9. 1352. first volumeof the Sbekiaaa it elegantly ,t
* arortment of Stationery eonsictingof pasT fur inspection nay that the ingredient of which an HeJJne Ladies aOllMis.5lipplrl- Dear Sin-The public generally are fully printed and bound and iU tntria ie a.ri&asd
ot all kind. Cnvelope, Steel Pen. Drawing hey; are couipoiie| make them the best pill in in Doctor Foremt's Old Store, hoots and Bootee; of the thousands of Remedies DUeaxed irtiirtio beauty entitfo it to a place tn every
lisper Brirtal Boards. Port for all disease of the Liver impurities of the ([or mint) where to meet h1! OBTTLEMTCX. aware
CrayoM. Crayon. Dill b plel FOR under the- file of SaraapariUa Plus, U&. Price in wiocoeed, kturvd. ,aad_ gill '
P..eiU, Playing and Visiting Card te. Call Blood lie. GEOIIGK WOOD" M. D. old friend and customer, may to purchase A very fine assortment of rteadr-made Cl'thing Lungs Plasters, Liniments &0 that are ;Uy brought p;i..mualiDf $% 00. :.". ,-, ", u
aadcxamia*the aumtment. F CtWWL; \ M.1J. Groceries and IroYiiqnl Pants Coats, Vest. of every style quality to their notice through the newsm pr by way A oral discount mad l<* the TnrdavAddNo. 4
-1211. J. AL PAYNE, DrnggUt.1C. 1. BOWEN.M. nil stock consist Hrm '* AlfredII.Smith' .,d fashion a beautiful styli oC "l1LSfi of advertisement*. My object in writing this p.\K..r8.t1Jm BH.ITTA.'i.

... O'J-ParebaN none but those having the *igna1 Family for Dt1ewe'ni aLSo a superior qual-ty note for publication to induce the public or a1telUt .3 Coot 1aad&.Irso, New York.
Wt.ll.Wl.. VIM* ;.,, just ;; hire of'J. N. HOHE.VSACK," a* all others Double Extra Gen *ee. in half bbls ; Boots and Ualter; Shirt.Drawers; Wrapper V those who are aESctftl. to UM one that contain mar.7 :r. U
Cawimere ettings *
asdfos.uleIowby Rice. Grit. Hams Cloths. .
worthless imitations Corn t Collars CravaUfcc. of ml in. Ptdmonuy Ljegaes.I .
I are article me
-r- ,.. &t PAYNE. Sides, fine article, Mess Fo-k ; do on band. Also Tailoring don. to Warclfrase and ,
: Agent* wishing new supplies and all others lan always am conscious that in to doing 1 am acting moat Union Agricultaial

C .Dr. CANDT.jglot reeeired. a choice wishing to become Agent, must address the pro order on abort notice. make large bill can do a. noprofeatiiwally.and derogatory to the interest SEED STORE. 4
of candies at the I prietor. J N nOlH-; ACK. at h*. laboratory No \fackrlln bbls and kite; Planter. wishing of Medical Science and the regular I'ractition- '
Drug Store
nr '. pale and yellow Soap ; well at this store a* any other in the Southern ,RALPH C M. S3 Vmltaw $C,B'.T.
-121.1.. M. PAYNE No. 130 North Second street, above Race, PH1L- Co Fis Coga. erofMedieia*. 1 refer \Voo4man's Cherry '
AIIF.LPUM d States. OD' Expectorant, which i* a scientific remedy that I gEFER FOaSM.1rxeaiiasl.etu.tient -
CIO AB.K,Clear,TTa.leaIr The under Sold br all Druggists and Merchant In the .. ., Pearl Starch, ml.trt from A large lot of Negro' Wear eonstanUy bare a ec1 with ttor success than any fifth* _, Agricultural rail llorthndtaral Iplenients. -

bus jad reeeired over .30JXUCIfars. United State*. mv2-y Indian cn band.'I and examine- usual Prescription used by Pbvsician .consisting of and.Catincir; Visa
which will he old.very low.. sad Adamantine i their in- J.. )1. l1AITLA U. D. ihcUers, trw Cutter*..Bone Powers Thrashm
_., J. *PAYNE. Coffee, old Go eminent JaY;' Kio ; GoodsJnd 1 Price a* they win find U to -. and everatora Fanning 31111*..Grain Cradles
be-
JV'OTICE.THIRTY Sugar. Stuart' embed Renned and Loaf; teret to pnrebaie at this. Hore-every article 5 ldby W. W,Ua l! .Join Marer. A A. Seytbe* and Snath*, Graia Mill*. Sogar liflm.
I'1U.DITIO.. A1t.raUv.1- .hw4er. DAYS from date I will apply to the A fine article of Ilo lIrowaCheese i Lug told cheap IVftVMrll.No. Solomon k Co.J. B. Mourn Co ,T.M..Turner Boot Cdltert Sausage Cutter and &deft.Yok" Ox

f.r 1Isr'.i- fir Probate f ir CoiumHia county for Hatter, Lard,Yo Powder..,". _Sal&rautus.SsISodet L B..AMERMAJ. Jc Co.,Ja*"U Carter 1. E. Deford Apothecaries and Bows K.ku.1J..11aj .M--
The, powder bar been extensively used order to ell the real estate of ttenrge W. Stewart '. : 2 Brrne'Biock: corner N*f fiw and Hall In Savannah: sMell Druggist Fork*. Spada,fcborai*.Cart. WagOB.,Wka W
wIth general u.tlefaethc,ft>r the porp eeol improring ,deo'd.for payment.l UnU.to wit; the Math- Nutmegs. Spice, Peppef, Ginger,., .tSnnamon, B4yIretLii:3. ... '-: b.s, ... '__? .--- -

the condition wf hones bea .edaeed west quarter of the southeast,,quarter.Motion 19.1 CloY" : !:,April .' OJ..1VER.1".'BRAGG, General A enL. ,Fl;LDt GARDEN ATD FLOWER SEEDS
by 4Jea. hard work or improper feeding h township, eootb of rangU Ales the west Pickleiniar*. Sweet" OH; Lemnlon p )A -nt, Broadway Nw York. .-.1arg. varirty.; FtRTUJSERS-r-r.Yiaa

reqaire* but s abort time t* manifert its alurac.-- half of. th* nwrtheast qua ter,section 80, town- I' Newtrleansdo. JOHN Md'AYNEAgsnt Guano snj>J% Bbat..Lima B a*.!> **. PIMdrette -
Uva aetioa ia the improved epirit Mid appe I chip 3, rang 19 AUe,the north half of the 1 Cordial; Ep'Su..ae. Administration t1c. Jaduonville.-. *.Cbareoal.Uart,,PlaaUr: ,to. -
ef the uisial and may be safely cued both..a i mthea t quarter and the, southeast quarter of a of-other article* .mtOTICE i*hereby ji- n thai;sIX WeekS from .March My: ,1NA.'C.UFACTU JtS .f;.tiC SEBr "
:.fwereutaUve and care for naneemplaint* to i be eoutheart.quarter and the northeast qaarter a a grocery, of the best quality i l & to the Jndg' of Probat Iteugtue44 ldawrnt4Jt4 ftI.NLE1.
which they are mbjecti mob -U Betts 'Hide- of theeoothweataoarter, section" 19,.townblpSraage ; which be.mln low.r for cash than the.ib, **. ofOuvaleoBity.f7lett! of Adminirtration 00 ThUR1Gm7 absence frttwthe State GKOMK.CALU Hay.Mraw and.;Stalk Oattara'rAgraU:for .

boa4 LocfApeijtp Yellow water. lH* nKrierenee 15.all nod dae ribed Und lying and being eat Cash itore. Comeon gvnUenuntw* "*tbe'yOf *' the E.*le* of PhHip Smith, Aaron TUon, and ,..I.W4 wUlnctatmy Attorney. I.. UonVm:' U.ra *irtfstrawdeaariptlr. c.u.A.
.,]":AI. .tojgratlemea wb hart of Columbia o. ... with harp astor, warrute4itOtoed& h John $uUM",' """. 1.Mareh :. ,, : ; S. SP&CU.."', oatJOSOWIU b*seat eSat;
*.MaIzwttuaeeaNeanb.giw.s; I e I i ". *' **& 1333. *. "W'. S. HATIRIS. J.t.dts.L"185S.. 10. -, < b 0 ..:. :tto.s 1I
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, f..et '. ,J. j': COLUMBUS, ) DP.UW.Tsatjta. PIAN' ANll ll nrHNITn R! ST HR.; Wholesale pravjdon'DealerWi. Srbcory, Xfguai4..\ and No..1Q East. ,: flay,, PJ)
i : .. Three Dollars per anuuiu, payable | SMET8' BCU.DINCS, 189 EASTBAYsCHARiEQTON, '. JH RLESTON ""S 'L ," 3IF':. :.JOL_ u

; I U1)l '"ord.rtnrtbt r.per. nronglitoit St., Savsnt'Oh. GII. n3"AS:: tonstautly on:hand a'wcU selected stock ::, 5 ..Through iffPota'ttein; 24 (o 30 Eoumiet

,fi't I r of'u.o&%.crsoiifnot paid before the expiration '; IV.. 1MOR it E.. N. WEBSTEU; JaJa. of Liquors(and Groceries which he offers Importers and Wholesale Dealers in'Foreign jLI:1to1l- ; STlLvPrin half pipes.-f' ,quarter casks 1 CAROLINA wilf We,CharUstoie .
; -.r..chart1 $L . the barrels and ia boxes of eachJamaica The 5 5
from ODe dosen
low Orders kegs
for sale country carefullyand find -Domestic Wines Cordials. .
Aiv-rUaciDanl, Liauow, Saturday at 3 J.. M. ,,Ratorniniwill {..ar.'l'A.A'rKA -
] House Furnishing Establishment promptly attended to.; "**<- j Lime Juice do do do do. ,
:
'J bte.v On linen)for j jfirt !Segar.s 7 Tobacco, etc.., and Manufacturers ? L every Monday at 2'A.-J-L."Pleo1ata.Ii .
I fl; nonarper qnar (rtwcve t I Furniture by Wholesale mid ICrtnll. I ft>-Term -C.uu OK CiTt AccIrnN9E.: Sardines in whole half,and quarter boxes. 11f.
\ M.4
I. a. th. ,an* Cent for snlenaentinserttrm. } of Lemon Syrup 'superior quality. Salmon in 1 A. M-and Jacksonville Tuesday at S A.
and Clams
Sevrtify-Flre Mackerel.
every : Lobsters ,
' t. :, J I fTTMIC subscriber deMres to call tbe further at- April 7-y _-_ ,The FLORIDA will leave Charleston .
liberal every
: :: To :ycarlV Advevtli-er- I M. tcntiou of the Florida his well Keep constantly on hand an txttntttt .pJ,oj canisters.'
public to
.
3 P. M. R tnnili> will lesnr Falatka
ABJQTT" & Tuesday at ,r. -
; d''O lnt wftTb: made. All transient! Advertise* GEO. 0,0.1, r East India Preserved Gjnsr, ia boxes of 9
known CiiUUigluncnt. fur the sale of : the fallourin* orttcltt,which they an 'frtpurta. o'clock A.M.: Black Creek.
Thursday. ,
Atr: tn
r with the aXes) must be paid fur pre\iwt: to publioitIon. j, DESCRIPTION. .A'LJ r.c'IfJi usual lilrral ttt mv French CherrieJ tn'DraDd1"'ID.; boxes of 1 dOl. 3 P. M.; Jacksonville, FridAy. o'eJock.-AjM. ,
These with tb.'tatirtaStages -.
i connect
steamers
i;I' : ,. .' I I I I luu c-Lecpcrs and uicrchauts can sapply.thaui,I CocNICBR4DT.-l.i. J. J. Kousse Each. ,5 I ,
: I Dupur, of East Florida, and connect both*sy-
Persons remit- boxes
at a distance their Fruits in Brandy in of I dozen each
ran eovern .In's with article for general use or for OILS YltRNISH .
\ t' by the i i'I every I l uet. Castillon & Co., J. Hennesy P. II. Godard with tbe New,York steamships. Carolina'Cad-
J uiees a-lrertiring. following rates: assorted. .
forming a Jood store Elock.i & Co.. Leger Freres Otard. & Co. S *. '
Dupnr and the/Wilmington Road '.
'.' One ) line m.mtls WINDO W'G l. Do in do do. roads .
(twelve ix do
.' :. sqiart ) publish i,i Everything in the liDO business mentioned tbeirownju.ice, S
& F. ilartcl sad other brands, in
J. choice Churleston
I to
JackjonvDl-
I II J (r3-I'sssageftOm
'I 41 j fjr $tn no kept on band including Parlor. II all. Bedroom And -eryat trIpiloH ef P.I1\ta- Dn Pia Frni ,do do. ., '
5. "
half and casks and in boxes
pipe quarter. eihth 8 Charleston to Palatka .
| truss $10.
;c( Two squares. for lib month 15001lieral I I and Kitchen Furniture, and sales will be wade In o Pnliit Store of 1 ioa. each.AJTEKICAN Stuart's and, LovenngY Steam. Reftn cl'SII.gars. For; further awl 1.s. '.\1J.
S particulars
, I' r: : and other Basinets Card*, per an. 10 OH J': ulon as rood terms 1111 purchases can he effected Ko. 97 EasfBay,.Charleston, S. 0. BRANDY-Hh proof'ln: imitation 01! loaves. .,W. CA LtV EL r.Charteatoa.
Notices to debtor 7 (IX V.'. MORUELL'S LV Loaf in box* and half boxes of 16
; and creditor > at the Mcitb. I. .
French in hall pipes. quarter and eighth casks.Do BELLECHASSE t FlfEOAN .: !
: !1 j i .
,: it Application rurletlfflofaolluillilltration, 501 Old istabllshed fctand, Savannah, Ga. ,
do 1st
Also hand Fresh Camphene and Burning proof in barrels. each.Do .
on Jacksonville."" b1.'ll
I _.
in barrels
Crushed
; Notice Allocation for d? nu'al M Admin j march21c1ijs'1'ER -
tri" Fluid, and description of Lamp4vnd Chandeliers HOLLAND Gr.x-Pine Apple Anchor Cologne REID P&1a'b. '
every .:
; .
.
lr.tor Do Ground or Pulverized In barrels. .. :.
,. ., sit (fl ;. .
till Manufactarers'prices. Clover Leaf Brands.
and
for 'the it
H. 1'ALMKS burning .same, Feb. 10-tf _. -y. ;
: Do -of Ibs
45
Fur announcement frandid.itef ffie, 5 00 : AND '. -. WHISKEY-Irish and Scotch. SteaEn'RsfineU.aflJy.Jnboxes,

Jr'..rt.' .1' C 4, be No accompanied annooncerucnt with will tbe be amonnt made eh.trged.uulivn the.une .;| WUOr.KSlLE DEAIJSRS1N Agent for Mole's;- FLreProijPaint. Do Do Monongahela O'Mara, Pittsburg, 1st and' 2d quality.I Kye: each.Almonds'best Bordeaux and VarscilUs'. soft Opposition ,Line, aryJ ''g.

anu
I'c! April -I
7-v S
i..j I Editorial notices fur'prh'lAte benefit will k I O K O C E 11 1 ['a Itnnrb n. and hard shell. the UiS. Mail '- ,
1..1o.. barged doable the rate of advertMiiJT. | Crews & Do Baltimore Western1 Rle'and New Castile Soap of superior quality,in boxes of. : ., :>
'. li.clizinn-.Obituary and JMarriage utJti ell.i11 Iiutfe5soi3? to A. Welles & Co.-at the olJ Johnston Brawley, Orleans rectified. about 25 u.each. ;BETWCKIf ia--L '.

'"" .. a. tf;.published gratis. J] Stand,) IMPORTERS \VIILSAI.E DEAIJtRS'. IN. I HUM-Old Jamaica St. Croix New Orleans Soap, Jaek80n''N'o.l.Cork. Palatka Fl. and .
U'f : Sarannah Ga.
""
. ..I' '. Gommanicaiions must be post paid.IJUSI N'0.195 BAY STREET. DBY GOODS and New England. ., Velvet. Wine, in bales, and. bags of 7 :

. $": --- --- .. I 1 .n.27Gm.. AVANNM1.tiA. PEACH BBAADK-Old North Carolina and Vii, gross each. (INSlDEALL.THEWAY.lv / .'
NO.I81JSASTKAYCHAUIESTOXS.C. Do, common Dottle,bagi 7 gross. Via P if data. Black Creek, and JaeJaoi villtt.
giiiia.ArrLE n
i- : : NESiS CARDS. : J(ms. W. WEBSTElt. :: F PAL\IES.: '
and I '
Jug
Do. Tap
"_ --- -_---- _____.. --.S ._ BEASDY Netr Jersey and, North. Cure Do Velvet Demijohn, .4 and 5 Fla.;and St.'arift 'OrunIUl. ._ and D4-
JOHNSON J. H. BUA\VtEV, lina. grass "
A. S. ,
Ga.
E1-1N &ThL 'itp.
: LEO At. ( CORDIALS Perfect Vinegar White Wine in quarter cask 1Jr
J A. J. CREWS, JAMES M. BRAwLEr,, Nojean. Love.AnniseU,
GE( W. CALL FACTORS AXI COMMISSION MER floe, Cinnamon and Peppermint.WINES Do, Cider or Apple i. barrels. ?--f rjlHB STEAM PACKET
,. : CHANTS. AfSTIS CASXADAY, A. S. J. TERRY. -Madeira, Newton, Gordon Co! art & SEOARS A large assortment of Rio IlondosConsolacion __' .. Capt.ai N.

rife '. .c.31 U'n'57 3 3 .n oJ jan i.Iy Co., Lcacockrand Jardine, in i and | cask. Filantropa Washington and other KING leaves Pklatka every Monday
moroinr
;
JACKSONVILLE; l'L.mr31 .\. SAVANNAH, GEOllGIA. Port Pago's, Key and other choice brands. choice brands, of direct importation. Also Flo- at 8 o'clock. v .' ;?.

P. II. BEHX, JOHN FOSTER MCCARTER & CO., Sherry, pale, Daff Gordon & Co., 13enitau another .1 ridns, lla.nnaCheroota and Cuba Sixes.TOBACCO Arrives at Jacksonville same ..ai tg. '... .

j. ;1." :. James W. Bryant, I i _j Jl26!! !_- (bt'CCESfORSTO M'CARTER &ALLEN,) Do do choice Brown brands., do do.Do Dew, -lIb. plugs-P. in Robinson whole and celebrated half bosses,Honey of lOC leaves at all the Tuesday intermediate morning place at 3 a o'clock*above.,tonchinr.' >

L : ; 4&TTORMY AND CoVNSn.I.OU-AT-I.AW. McMAHON & DOYLE WHOLESALE Tcnerilc. Vcntoso's London Particular and lbs each. S Through Fare from l>Palatka Pieolata, acd,
Do Rough and Ready, in kegs of about 100 I -
" ; ,1 I an
WIOI.KAI.K UEALER4 IS.FOREIGN I B i R Ibs, ach, ,
" : _______ Do Sicily Madeira, quarter casks. I Through Fare from Jacksonville, ,, ; 6,
. ? ', J. P.; S Sanderson: I 1llllEiIS E I1llISI1DS : CurNMeettl ,ami Pinckney-sls., ,, Do Malaga, dry and.sweet, in 4 and 1 casks. 11 lb.Do \ur" Premium 'lobacco, in ii's, 8'., and (N. B. TheVelab' connecUwltbrtb W* ,

' ; I:i ATTORXET AND Cot>SEU.OR AT Li\V ARK! P's.1t I Charleston, S. C. Do LoNDoN Scotch 1'0RTERUS'and Cast India quarts Ale, quarts and pints.& pints. Du El Dorado in boxes 40 to 45 Ibs. each I i .t .lIUhlpyState of Georgia 9 for Philadel *

I '. 41Sl D JJ.Wj.llSa I. AND CiiAMp.ia.NE CIDER Boxes,one dozen each. Aud a variety of other brands, in 5's, b's, and I ISf : phia. S .: t. '

-t' .: .., .. Tebonri1.Jfl.. 17. IS'H'. _ _tfJAHES NO. 190 BAY .cI REET, t ;r A complete orltncnt of L\w.MJDICAL Do do Casks, threo and six dozen each. Ib. plugs. 'K. 11. DUKE.' AtnorTS.: PalaLk. "

'f.f.,. .'.' H.' BAKER, <' (Opposite Me .r:. :llttClIl.Johnston & Co.) : i : SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUSBOOKS \VI\ :BirTESb-Coses, ono dozon ca'h, and U 4 and mokin P ox.:papers Tobacco in .boxes: of 5. and.8,dozen, I F. WA VKR & CO., Jacksonville.,. .

:. .. Fomcilu occupied by Cf ridge, Eiq. together with BOOKS, draught. I S.M.LAFFITEAL' .
ATTORNEY AT .\\\, BLANK Cordials assorted, do do. Wine Boltles-Frllneh and German Patent,in Savannah. .
. 4 AHisfalnr! Columbia Co.,, Eat Florida.SHITE ; SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.I p APER and STATIONERY, of every Claret Wine do do. hampers, one gross -uch. 'I' Feb. Ute '. '

; I JOHN M':'IAIION. JAMES DOYLE. Jecriition| kept constantly on ban, and of- Madeira do do. Flasks-Quarts, pints, and )iaifpinte.Iemijohn'sl I United States Mail Line .
z' 1UWIIIT i 2, 3t 4, and 5 gallons.,
, I jan27-ly _ __ _ fl'l't'Ij i at 'll'p Imvesl prices. janC-Cm_ Port do do. Candies-.Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine. 1 ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Sherry do do. BETWEEN
: Alliator1clit.ba/ Co Ea,t FI rJa. -f tRtOr s 00:5' Champagne, in baskets,one dozen each quarts Pickles and uuee'. Palatka Fla. and Savannah
t: : CHARLESTON ,HOTELD. TEAS-Hy on, imperial and Black. ,Ga.
and CJhoun
. :. t' i FACI'ti{: Al'\1J ,.:;rllAt4 pints-Flag, llcijjsick, Bouche, ,"
I'1, iTjjjpKINS&llIA1tAM, : COMMISSION MCllCIIAKTS and other brands. jaIl 5-ly (L'lSIDEAL, ,fl13VAY,).j ,
' JUIornrjrs nt Z>avr. The above comprise some of the finest Wines I' Via Pico Black Creek and
.: ; OFFICE at PAIjATKA. Fin., J I SAVANNAH. G.\. D. MIXER.Meeting imported. ; JacLtmviUt >,

", WILLpracticc in the Eastern Circuit. Business ,, U. W. A\PFRSON, J.W. .. 1ZLSO1 J J. JACKSOX. street Irticeen Il.ujne and Pinckney, I P//1,: and .Kt.. UlnrtfJrunniirl or m____-. .,.rrnfDarieu _

1't to Btrusted to their care will be promptly attended t 1 1 jU127.ly: CHAilLESTON. S. C. STATE Ga. ,t
' : ; OFFLORIDA. i ;
For Sale.
:.. "I. February 19. 18.52-lr '
;: i< U : I C-ly
: jan CcL., nnHE PACKET WJJ.'
': I I
:j- STOVK HKPOTASD
f OSSIAN B. HART j 1'norosED AutaoMENrs THE CoxsriTurioi. Valuable .J jgg .J. oA9TOSCapt.T.i.SIlAW.:
ir' : Nil r S'S t OF SAID STATE, Sugar and Cotton
; ATTORNEY AT LAW, GENERAL FURNISI1XG fl'ARE- J i leaves PaUtka every Thursday morning a&'8'

. "' KEY VEST, FIA.. '! HOUSE. Coiniuissioa Merchant. Ado1tcdby the sixth General Assembly I Land in Florida. o'clock. -: ; ? .'t

'Xj; .. Practice in the United States and State Curt IH 12 AND 14 lURXABDSrUEET. SAVAH, CEO. \\IIOLE5ALE DEALBR [No. I.] :T1IIE[ undersigned offers the following Val- Arrives at Jacksonville, same evenings and
" ( ;, of I he Southern Disti kt of Florida. .AoJ A CT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and, noble leaves ou Friday morning at 3 o'clock,
f i re\{fll\K Subs--ribcr mint rCfJ.ectfull.iD'itu u. JL Property for sale, viz i touching
.. ,', July 10-tf !, ._. call at hw IJclabliabuicnt, whore every effort In Groceries and Liquors Twenty.Third Clauses of the Third Article! His SUGAR PLAN I ATI OX, known as St. at all the intermediate points as above. .-"*".. .'.!>

< will be ramie to give hatNfaelfoa. Tho jarzesl NO. 139 EAST BAY, and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of- Josephs, situated in St. Johns eonnty, at. the; fj>:.B The new steamer ,

I'' 11. F. C. BARRETT, .: and mot. varied a .sortlll llt Cooking sad Par. CHARLESTON, S. C. the btate.PKC.Fifth. Article of the Constitution of this head of Malanzaa River, in Graham Swamp, "St. John" < .,

I Notary Pnbllr, tor hlo'es. from the beat )lanurocturcs. AH jan 6-1y I.contaiDingl300 acres, of which about fcGO are of > : 1 r
(.. ..2 CamMlsilonrr for takliiK Ackuotilcdgiue.it ; kinds of hollow 'AVaic Hardware Cuttlery, I. He enactedbv, the Senate and I/oust rich loam, based on marl ; SOU are well cleared, now nearly finished will be put on the line. : .

p ,1.? t I of n.-rcli, |I Wooden-ware Bru hes.Gun)-bingle and double OOPJDIOT, JENNINGS & CO. of Rfjirtteii-lnliccs' of the Slate 'I florida in thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation ,. The Steamer William .Oaston .coiwerete,

l q Aad( other lustinmcuts of Writiig, to be used in i I b.mels, Pistols,BritLinia and Glass Fluid Lamps, \\MmVi-alo, \ amid Retail Dcnlpr! in er.l Atsenibly convened '1 bat tho Gtn'j ; about 55 acres of well re-supplied and I with the New Yorlc Steamer.every Satnrdav. -.
a!;;; i- the Sfates ofNEW &c. &3. Also, constantly manufacturing all Clause of the third Article of the plant cane. Oentrally located on the plantation ,.., -." ri

.t1j .. YORK AND rJt\u'.n.l.Jae1.uu'ilIe. kiudsof Plain, Planishodaud JaJlaneJ Tin-ware, ,I ;SADDLE B'RJDLES this State be so altered *nd amended as to read'as !'!Us i a superior Steam Engine,with Sugar mill andS Through Fara from PaUtka PicoLOa. aad,

":: Florid-t. Oct.l-tf r 'Camuheue and Hiiriiin' i'luid! coistaatlv onhumid. followsviz: "Thereshall be a Secretary ofiSrtato ('complete Sugar works, capable manufacturing Black Creek, -. $3 UU S
l'j:;, ; ; ----, -- I rj.ui27.ty) 'J. J. )lAUlUCE.PRIcE SADDLE fr CARPET BAGS, elected by tbe qualified voters of this tate 10 to 15 hhds per day, and saw mill attached L Trough Fare from Jacksonville- ,6.0)
J. H.'H.BCURS. IIARKHSS, on the first Monday in October in the year l&G.running two single saw?. Also'. finely) situated S S.AGKTV S "S .

i ; :: fiOTABY < & VEADER WHIP, TltU.NKP. VAI.I9E*, &C.. &C.. &C. who shall continue in office during the term ofl ion pine land and commanding a view of the whole A? E.'IJf R'rz. P:11atka. .
PUBLIC four years; and he shall keep a fair register of plantation a comfortable :
Nt U. 1C5 MEETING: STREET, two story and attio I HIl1EICO..J..e nvUIe.. '
t', ; JACKlrOXVILLC. K. 1-LA. ., 147, I Opote Charleston Hotel. official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and]!flame dwelling house containing ten rooms, and L I CLAGI10KN & CO., Satannali.. .w

c--_ ._ ,- Hay street, Savannah, ] shall, when required lay IQO same,and all papers,!necessary outbuildings. The works and buildings ; 21-tI ,?_.:,
: i. -- A T all times keep u large aisostsucut of fine jan 6.1y CHARLESTON, s. c. minutes and vouchers relative thereto, before the' are all in complete order fur immediate _
GEN
: RAl.
; .t1 CJ.o't'I1$ General Assembly and shall perform such other occupation. Also a line stock of set eral hundred.1 FOR PHILADELPHIA "l *' .

!, CASSIMKRES., A'n'VEST1NGS HARDWARE.COURTNEY duties as may be required of him by law: Pro- head mixed Durham, and common breed of r i e... : _
( :: ?flD1OAL N oTmE. Which they 81'. prepared to make to measure in ridd. That the term of office of the Secretary of cattle, and a Mock of about S) full breed West United States 3inUPAiladtfpiia rtj

____ _.._ the best manner. ALtiReadymade TENNENT & Co. State to be elected under this amended Contilu.1-l India Sheep, which will be sold with the planta.j; illl".u'I
;: : ; lion, shall not commence until the term of office'Lion, desired], or separately '_ '. H"Ji.'
DOCTOR via: L'ENGLE Clothing. I DIRECT ntPORTFRS OF11AUDWAUE of the onlcer now elected shall expire. ALSO.. .<

1' GCers. bis Pruft-Sfional er,'ice. to tie citizens of, ., A large tftoek of FiNE Clothing, of good tnatcrias CUTLERY GUNS, PI- 'She. 2. Bettfiathertnactedt'lh&t the twenty- The tract. known as "St.AnnJ'cuutatmag{ .: awl trnnwih Steam 2avtguz
:
:I Jacksonville and Ihiral County. : and well mods. TOLS, &c, third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution '675 acres mOtty.of high Ucuf.v hammock and L Iron Company. A iv'sit; i.atiew5auJ

ftj-Offlee IM the .. i.1 nb lt u" Ualdh I- i With a lar/e varuty ofFAN'CV" ARTICLES, No. 35 Hay ne Street. of this State ba so altered and amended a' prairie, having a rich coil front tlneo to-tix feet. : nnUE, splendidii4eceFiSTo

: ,. .K- np21 I s Hats. Caps, Canes, Uni .re1l;, Shirt, Cwvats. J'ibntl"'a 3 : a Ca to read a* follows,vii:. A State Treasurer and;tin depth, based on 5 ; .M wheel steamship .
.. :.. 'j'I 5-tneks, Scarfs. &s. &'. All <.f which will be'sold WM. C. COURTNEY, G.e.TENNEt T, Comptroller. of_Public Accounts shall: bo; elected I marl.ALSO.. S "STATE OP GEORfHAr ,"-I"1.2IHoDII -, .
: ; >; MAI.ONK6TAYLU.: { at the LOWEST P11 ICES. JAMS B. EVA S. uy qualibea electors or this State on the first The two tracts known respectively as "3laIa" "rnier- Catlt..- ttA- ---I.TRR.--. -'IwiihleaveSvaniahzssf --t.t-.ivra....*
, ; Sir.inn.ih March 4th. K33 j.n fi-ly Monday in October ia tho' 185S 1 ..lbwlI .
; : IQ-1y_ _ .year .and tviry,Compra" and 'Bcll. V<a. adjoining each :: ,
'i LUilBKU! I'
COMMISSION .MERCHANT55:, two years thcrealer. other Wednesday,February 21. Wednesday.May 4.
;. 1 1i ,and being at Abe head and on the East ,
ii e. FlKSTWHAnr BF.U1W. MUll.K gf., WM. R. SYMONS, D.AAHBLE1) SEC. 3. Be itfiuther. enacted That the thir I-ide Matanzos Rivcr and''coutainrng in'all '""* March ,9. ..-.. ..-,"..May' W.. '
4 PMILAOELPHIA teenth Clause of the fifth Article oftbe Constitu 175 acres. The Southern half of Mala March' 23. .J.ne I.'
'. '*ry repetifut1y Ilet coni-i ninectii j i DHAPEU AN I J TAILOR.. MAM'FXCTt'REn AM DKALEU IN.1.t:1 tion ofthis SUtobe so altered and amended as',which is heavy hammock and St.. Ana Compra lie :April 6.. -.4. I Janel&i

; Souter Lumber, Shgles, &c. Etc. AND PE"LEU INREADVMADECLOnUNG UU. : tD .iP*"* to read as follows, viz I The Clerk of the Supreme['!immediately contiguous to \Ft. Josephs; ,and ,M April 20; .. ; _"-
{ 161 AlEETIXG-STKKET: Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery j might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus This Ship has been,boil with tbe strictest'regard -,

.. A. JALL1. Casliier Cam den Hank, N. J.: ., jan6-ly CIIARI.ETOS, s. c. thall be clotted by the qualified electors of this.forming extensive Sugar Plantation' no- to the safety and comfort other patsengers ,
' : .. .. .1"ATI.n HaoK. J'Lia.1c1Liq .vo. 17 wmrrAKER STREET ate, on the first Monday in (ctober in the year 1 wards of 20HO acres. The balance of these two and her accommodations unsurpassed by

( .SAVANNAH. GA.' Wholesale lint & Cr.p ,"Warehouse 186, and every four years thereafter, and the! tracts is of Live Oak hammock. based on closely steamship on the eoast. ,_ j ." 'iJ'l Ii.any;/

ig T. I':. HrcKui, Ja k-K-nviile, Florida. :: Gloves! 'I!penrl'r:, Shul-, am! Gentlemen's! I "?I TO. 161. MKCTING ST., oHiOs'.to, Clmrles11 Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by)[concreted ihell stone or coquina favoring mois A new steamship now building, in every respect -.
.' 'r. Fehrnary 17. ISKt.. articles I ton Hotel, Charleston. The undersigned the qualified electors, in such minuet: as is now'tare, and of the, first quality fur Sea Island Cot. t equal to Ib**-StaLe.oC,Jwrsia,"w ill take
44 ." : 'urnishillg geimera1ty: l has in .Store nnd is constantly receiving 'from his cr bay hereafter be T.reeribell hv ]jw.fete. ton And Tobacco TliAt.. mitrlit.. T*" A_...;I..IVIM.. .I.*. her place in the line during the nxtnth of Jane
-- --
--oJ ""
, ; .44 Ed' Whitney I JlI12i.I y I *eioral manufacturers, nil of the different kinds 4. Be it further ciiOLteii, That the six-under, cultivation, having been in years" passed 0. I next and will 'withthe, State, of Georgia,"
I- C legally qualified a : BUTTER fi5iDCJJIEStUPUUlCiJI: of II ATS and CAPS suitable for the southern teeuth Clause of the fifth Article of tie Constitu-cultivated in Cotton of which the yield was makes weekly line, leaving each.place on Wed
h.. Measurer anil 11.Jlo".f L\uabu' for BY and southwestern markets; to which he invites the Lion of this State be, and the same is hereby so',';frequently one bale ginned cotton to the acre. .I ncsday. .
: 'oall attention of merchants in hIS altered nod amended as to read as follows, viI is the Cabin
! } desiring good line. :|jTLerc on place a large number of Pl.sagelrom Savannah to Phila-
?: :. .. hay be fonrd. whel bis services: art de.ircd, on : :, :' Having many years experience in the bmincM, he There shall be an Attorney General for the State,'[orange, pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach sweet delphia, ,., .$2.,
\ inqniryaLtbe Kepublicau office. I,; ; o.C m' mm j-.rJ't J! ; ; flatters himself that ia prices and fJllllJity his who shall shall reside at the scat.of'Government ; it]':tree, and an extensive scur orange grote, all Cabin passage from SarTtO New York5***.rJ
jane / jroods eannot be excelled. D. A. A\IBLI.rr. be his duty to attend all sessions of the of which, with _
tm attention Steerage- .
AANNA1I .iE'LGIA General ( proper can bu easily I( -' s .9
j JOSEH GRICE.n. 't Assembly, and upon the pass.ijo! of any!,rcstored to their once promising condition. i I I C. A. L. L A MAR,A nt In SavannahS
1\J. A. COHEN act, to draft and submit
WIlOI.F\I.F. nr.\Li.n is COHN to the General Assembly, All of the above I HERON
1 Genrral at the I tracts are situated between i j fc l\t.U11.s' ,
Commission MerChant t Iinj.ort'rs & Dealers of same cession, all necessary forma of pro-.one or two luilss from the : in >
of ,
BUTTEI.ANDCHKKSK! : j ocean, healthy Agent FhiIidlphia. .
.Y.J.: Sicirr:WA11r) ST., \K,y 10i K. i Foreign & Domestic Dry GOOds jhuli eeedingi be under such laws, which when approved[location, and in com enicnt communication with i ijthe i Feb. 21-tf Ii' .
published therewith
.1d and bo
prutnpt LtcDtinn shall
given to the sale per-i City of St.
| PltEPT FROM Augustine,
| 1 being about
all article NO. 175 EAST BAY form such other thirty I Ijinilca I
*of produce entrusted to hi duties as nuiy bo prescribed to the South
. :. -all orJ promptly cvuiplicd UU. i j YORK. Opposite Corner of. S. S. Farrar & Bro. law ; he shall bo elected by the qualified electors,,distance by water, by thoMatanzas River. soue ., YORK
*. |I: jaii27.Iv1UEt of this State, on the first Monday of October, in .
IIf1l.J I j.in6-dn CIUKLESTON. 8. c. the t IS5JS ALSO, PACKET
It u 0 ). 1'1 J-: S year and every four years thereafter, The tract known "Now I I4&KThe
II General \ m AND il1llhISIL but may ba removed by the Governor on the ad miles as Hope, lying 16 I S
Co.Ja..isI.n.
Mcreitant, Hew Stock Spring Goods dress two-thirds of the two houses the General by water North of St. Augustine and between
-
J '!. \\"Lf.fTatF.T.( NEW \'ur.K. the North river and ,Guano creek, both
AVI10LLSALK Assembly, and "hall receive for his services' ,4i
;_ __z-.L; \\ 1LL pay pjrtioiiUr} tcnlioi to ..itnf DIlL'UUlbTS, ,navagablo for large boats.
: Yell N a compensation to be It contains 575
fixed acres
,,w Pine L. uib r, Lire OnL,and ot her uuthern j ANDDEAI.KUSIN B IIIIS r SH Arm ll R That the term of office of the by Attorney law Prodded.General of hammock and pine Und,and U well situated I I New and '

_ _ Timber ami 1'iojuce ; and to orders for lIurch; PAINTS. OILS WINDOW GLASS, 4- ,.. j iU si, *f*r***v mi m to be elected under this amended .Constitution and adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock : York,Jacksonville Regularhineof.Packei.,14n'ICW
HIJ Merchandise. and Palatka
No. 3J Lust raising. 1 I. !
lcc9-tf Bin/ South **
otiLe Post shall eomp *
i MUSTARD S1'JCLS. & SNUFF, Office,. : not commence until the term cf office of the I i i by the new and fast-sailing schooners... ,. ,
-. DOLLNEIt. & POTTER. "I I PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, &c.. CHARLESTON, S. C. officer now elected shall expire.. Ot-IAnpp: Ar.so, !<: Grtee 270 tons.A. /iJotcpU '
y ,orunimnro\.Jlo.n.t _. __ ROGERS., COIJ .
At' !.1t '
'lot O. .... 10 :
u" General Commission nciijunntr mactM, mat said elec -- ------ j Jerrr Oak, 1JQ(
MNDBETII'S -5 1 tons J.
merchant AND GAP.DKX $r.ED at the north S. ROGERS. Com'r
; tions shall end of f Lake ,
:l'! lIE be conducted and the George,on the :t. !
returns
14 Front Subscriber offers for thereof will
sale
Street Corner M.ilcn Lam, GIBBON'S BCILDLN'GS, SAVANNAH GA.j4n27.6.n T a well-selected made in the Johns river,immediately west of ply regularly between the ports.
,dl: ,! .-: Vp Stalra Jkcxr Torh. ''i assortment of the above Goods, specially) hereafter manner now prescribed or. which The track embraces -3alt Dray ton Island. ,' A gent ia New Yorf .'/ ACC3
:c', WILL attend adapted to the Southern trade, which will be way be prescribed by law, for the' elec Spring" and "Salt I I JOSEPH
to GRICE
nil sold Wat"
promptly business Spring creek ,
tion which $
entrusted of ,
;
: member !
to nearly
: 1! at too lowest Congress from this State equally divides.
toltheir care. Particular IIAUUVA.UE.i rates for cash or approved ; Agents in Jaeksooville.
attention
given to the paper. and it shall through its whole S
J. be the duty of the Governor length, and is navigable from I .h-r'j
: : sale of Cotton Lumber,Timber and Merchant limiting the.city are invited to an to. issue the river for boat S llI HEE & CiNOI'A. ,
Turpeutiac
J"j ; & 8(> to tbe purchase of g : FLiberal advancements made a full! supply <>f Hardware ; cousUting of R. A. PRINGLE persons receiving the highctt number of votes for mostly rolling yellow pine of the first -K.bL'KC.. ,
I I ., Xbruaryl9, 1832.y. on consitrnments. f Cutlery. Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws, Cro*.i Cut 20 East Bay South of the the said several offices. and quality, entirehy.freefroui Palmetto of any kind All goods directed to their will
Post Office thought be care
f Saws Ilocs SIXTH GENERALASSEMBty.-Pa.sed to good cotton land keprertptly
I ,Chains, Nails, Axes Llacksuiith and jan 6-Cm the House together with forwarded. S .
I Warer&Co. I C.n pcntenT Tuolii, and all; other ai ticks usually I Charleston, S C. of Representatives by the ConstitutiunaFmaJority.,i some considerable bodies of cabbage and live &ptembisc 4th. 1852.- 28-tf
, CommlMlon ana Kor v.rtll g Merchant kept in my line of business. January 3, 1S53. Passed the Senate by the'oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. ,

: A\ n I C. HOPKINS Agent. : South Carolina Paper Manufacturing Constitutional majority, January C,1853. The location also embraces facilities fbr constructing Regularly I for Lake Monroe. .

: Dealers in Groeer -s. Provisionn. rllniee'ine .. No. 177 Congress St., Savannah, Ga.I I Company. one of the largest and most practicable water rTV THEsteamer .SARAH SPALT
" .. Liquors md fV-gar?,Paints Oils, Drags,&e. &s..r jau27lyi OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE, ) powers, as, independent of the flow from the l %* ING.having been .
" for _ _ _ I spring, the waters of lake 23r purchased byj>*
CASITady. i Capitol. Tallahatite Cbercholl ""'
i. .. Street not'H ; JNMOOPEU Subscriber, Agent of tho above Compa I, AMBLES. March 2 :. J !miles in length by mile about four S -A.S.8i .his rs CO. in
!; Bay & THE Dowxiaa one breadth
. __ ,Jacksonville__. L Fla. begs leave to inform for the Secretary of State made available may be tnpi fromlJacksonville to Lake Monroe-touching
State by
r. .4 : of Florida, do hereby acanalouabout 16 chains in' at the intermediate
New certify the .
Grocery and:Provision f XVIIOI E1AL.E AND RETAIL DEALMI IV I landings.
:length,
Store. Printer and PttbIJsItersthat foregoing to be yielding an inexhaustible ?
a true and
She
! "h' : correct copy of the supply with will leave ,
Jacksonria] .
. ". TIE SUBSCRIUKirS brtving taken tha Books G Stationery the original on file in this office. .a fall of at least IS feet. The .vorySalvdrj
i" .( ) extensive Mill of tho South Carolina Paper spring itself, the morning at 8 o'clock al-Palatka
: on Day St.. foruii-rly occupied by I Manufacturing In Testimony Whereof I have water, of which has been analyzed -*lrJLeave : same
hereunto Prof.
!i is by
Alsop tt tour CORNER WHITAKER & ST. JULIAN STS Company now in full operation eenlpg--- r.7J'.4
Cneltonof
would invito New
; g.\ chasers to the atteution of pur-. &.. U4 \.r.m.' '. Rouge roant factoring affixed my signature and the Great Seal ofj" : :Wk, and shown to be of valuable -: PalAtb';every'Monday
their 7
uoraingjiat
-: : large aud gem-ial jiifurtutcut oi i SAVANNAH. HOOK. AND -\K\VS PAPER the State of Fbi ida. Done,at the Capitol,I I medicinal properties' is of capacious dimensions o'clock for Enterprise
Groceries,Pro)'uiuus, tic. &.C.-conjistiuz of all sizes 2 in the City Tallahassee being fit) in ; arrivingatEaetepdso
Of fl; .. Fulton Market --" At.n, : Zilb day March, A. D. 1S33, and seven eligibly and picturesquely eatld.' Its position The Sarah 'Sliding carries the 15;. &AIail S
CoeC. in a
: )?uttr.. lII.NILLAVUAPPIXG PAPER ty-seventh year of the Independence of the commercial or agricultural'point of from Palatka
eoru. Me" Pork. Printing old Bookbinding emitted with view Enterpl"fShe will be" %er
,, United with its >
10 tr.l. suitable for States of advantages in
I. J I Rice Pickled Grocers. Hardware Dealers, &o. America.C. constructing a boat canal hauled as to be in excellent condition! lorAibeItlTiee.
.1 1 : : CucePowder. ". itCHlnesi and despatch. No pains \V. of only a few miles across to the .
; or expense has been spared to render liOVVNINO (.iulfofMe ico, and the accommodation .of .
.l (MackereLLoice Hams. Foreign Fcb IOtfParohmnt Books imported to order at N. 'A'.prices it equal to the best Northern Mills; all the latest Secretory of State. must before very long, draw the attention of the S B1SBEE. & CA OTA.passengers..

1 'i Bacon Sides& Shoulders.Starrh. and nro into t approved the machinery having been introduceul WATCHES AND JEWELRY. planters and merchants of that' fertile- 'region., -April 2 -tf. ,' Arents. _


Z .'r w.: CaudTM! LK Wjocs.>unr. I J OoK-\-rhill Paper Paper is Letter-Copying very tough; sl.o.yS All orders promptly same. attended to by ILVEH AND ll SILVER. PLATED I and Two 4500 tra on ts the containing east tLIO 5O acres oa the west I Circuit'Court. Eastern Clr _|-f-'at 5'101"- |. .
JOSEPH side of
WAHB. St. Johns "
: r. L. d. Soap. & ] np a perfect and distinct copy, and offer WALKER. about 12 miles liver da, Doval County. ; *
82 above
ftJ-Agcnt
it I f'alnb.OU", Urvgs&e. &e.Which they will tbe advantage cf texture and surface which may East South Bay CHARLESTON, l'UCIS1l. ,:' IN 'LUllI1JA. and elsewhere -. river front each of about Palatka four ; and having a! Samuel Bryant, f a *..
ell low bo written without Carolina in the miles in extent -.r f i
yea CAXU. upon snreadinf The Book vicinity f :
I Savannah That .
Informed the ve- .
on
; ? are west of the I
J t Their stock or jools having been p-irebased are well bound and IlIIged. and are sold at teraamufacturer's Wholesale Paper Conim'it Warehouse. .that the subscriber has onbanu.J, and is! and swamp lands, and embraces river is:the mostly site of'plna Joseph) S. Baker, r Sarah !;InCiaaeiiy- ,

Z V. solely fur cash, they flatter tbf unlives that they! prices it single ones or in quantities. constantly receiving from the best,and most respectable -I English Indian trading store of Panton 'of the Baker,; hU-wife, 'Calrin I H ;

; can ell them on term* which will mike it an o- Constantly hand, MOND manufacturers in the country rich DJ.\ICo.. now known as" { mbly'sold "Lesly & "Bryan and ptlterj_ .,. ,_
! ject to buyer to pundiM vf them. PArENT A LARGE STOCK OF RUBY, PEARL, and other store, which
t DOUBLE LEVER WRITIVQ JEWELIt is its
COPYING PAPERS beginning hnd bee A made
. \ corner runs thence having to"4pt ar byaffldaHnBat
.. ., __ _K,_WAVCIl L CO. OF EVERY ESCRIPTION, and sterling Silver \Vare, such asTAJJLE the widow Pangree' sooth to IT J Joseph barih
r. .n PRESS. "old fields, S. Baker and R ais wifit
n t, .aeklon lIIe..'V.". IJ, isieL' rr ..... Wrapping Pagers of all Assorted Colored \ !' DESERTan -., north to thence west and wof .
.., .. Pa. a point tbe
tJ, r' WiLD Ibis press copies are taken with more ,, TEA :INS..e a'irwSILVER I opposite the beginning.. Tho defendants in this ca.se. reside byot the
"
; : Charles Do Waal, Auctioneer ease, and much quicker, than with the Screw Cards Lulu, plain, enamelled per PLATES- and WAITERS .1 the one on the cast aide of-the river lies between limits of this State and Inr tU State of Georgia;
I Pre Printing Inks. places known as "UuffaloBlufP' On motion of K.'Dorman
"
aACK8ONVILLeE.F. s and others ordinarily in use. It does not and colored TEA SETTS and JouDL ,Solicitor fbr compsaia*
n! i;. Saler In anr part of tbe County attended to. require fastening down, and u not liable to get SAUCERS'GOBLETS CASTORS CUPS and!ncker. Besides a large body of well timbered ant, it is 'ordered that. oti borivea, is son*
and re.peetruJl'IItIUrlt.ed. out of order. AGENT FOR.JOHN T. WHITE TUMBLERS PAP !pine lands it con talus some excellent hammock newspaper published in this duals,nqairiiir ta.
t November llth 1 32. Type dud BOATS, and several well wooded bluffs said' Joseph S. Baker
ft tf METALLIC Stereotype Foundry; 80Ul and SAUCE and eligible sites an4 Sarah;.J isr wile to
!1 ; ,, -, IlisAveUon Rooms an J Storo-hoamj are kept DAMPENER, R. I'IE, ICE LADLES, for residence' Byta.recent. survey the west appear and answer the said complainant's bill
; on Bay Street, near the principal I Superseding tile use of the Brush Wet Cloth HOEIf CO., CREAMCAKE And tract has been reduced to,2WO within four months otherwise bill
market; where FJWJ' KNIVES aores.and tbo one ; said shall b*
'' h. keeps on band at all seatN>ns of the year on and (Blotting Paper, (saving all tbe time anti troa. Printing Press and Circular aw.lU.n'y.aMA SILVEH DESERT, SOLID on the cart side of then ver to.S40&V It U belie red. taken-pro confess agalnsl them,'an4;that mil

.&. MctreaiabUtwuis, finally Groceries and ble incident to their use;) with it a perfect copy YNAR D 'NO YES' BUTTELtKNIVES PICKLE, and. however, that tho deficit will be made 'up ,order bo published as aforesaid onc a wckoa.

, .. TorMons. far eauh or country may The always be secured with any press. Celebrated ), filing. Inks.. NAPKIN RINGS, SALT CELLARS. Proposals for purchase will be,received by A. sceatirely for four months. ".i .
Goods Mat to Sab eriWr on &anlDl..lon. eithr undersigned are the s>le and exclusive (XJ-All tho FIlUlT KNIVES. r and W.,Walker. Lsq. of Aew!.Orleans, John Peck S. ,W..A. FOr-WJ\1t1)JI
i for private aaction di l. A cent.for Georgia and Florida for the above ar. above at, Manufacturer prices. Silver Esq. or New Vr* A. ;! Jacu nyrn .23th O.
BeiVauun
will be )1aieh.l8:51. :
airily plated Spoons, Forks Lavender Esq r4 )1
and
j) &Uelklod to and amounts ticles, and have raulo arrangements by 'whjjb April 7. Ladles; Cake'P.altimore, George '
forwarded. Baskets Washington ; .
siwedily CAStor. -
Walters
I they are enabled ; Snuffers and ) .ofS Court Probates, Chamtera,
5 catMerf ber has been known in this ..__. ._ _.., to dispose of them at the rnanuAmerican = Tray AngusUne East Florida,or to latter
. _.._.._L"u". _. community for .r......'. .t Ivory balance Handle Knives,and place myself tho .C3IS2. >
] ,
,
.ne. paid.
postage '
-" v : a. allctlunCt'r :
mtm
i lie f and Otherwise. and En on Steel Tablfl and Des rt Knives; fioo twenttone S' state of )' ':.J "'
M recomraen/UUlons but desires that Coi."illff. Writing, Aslfdrat 4ay Marble Mantle ( -- M. IIERNA.NPCZ. Hernando" rrdA'r', H'
Clocks and St. : "r .
i: aay Inquiries Commercial should be Hoowthe made rer&rdlng biravclf of I Carmine and: WILL keep contantJ.r on" hand' Medicines r1.Brass.Clocks.CO.. of, everydescript.ion._ common Angnstinc.",,,Maroh- 8th" 1S53. mar ulltf Johp_A,Satton_ and Washington; -*T. ? & .Fx-
plate of of the best !
bum ..{ quality, constantly on, hand. ,Also the cure of all Chronic Diseases. ..U.II cuver Lever ana 'LepineVatehes .. a U..'f .t. Ar as.A-_ m<*9 ._ .._
denew CUAULK.S OrtW AA I.. Marking Ink. or the barrel. 'No Fine -
gallon
or enamelled
charge made for examinations Hunting Watches,
i
and eeas4'a
J :T .. They have also made large additions to their prescriptions; Gold & SilvarWutteh-Cbains ; CLINCH. HOUSED I
Bloodgood and Bouse. stock of ind what is of most importance no charge will ). .;'Seals k Kep. Lw,>< i WrltingPapers of
G6td'SilveI'1'himblts
t .
, 'RETUJt"&hcnrtblUlk.t.o chi Inhabitants of LIberal every description bemalletor.failurea..at.th..arede ">THE:SUBSCRIBED 5 .Jatof laid cotmty* decealmLlandtw: altother
discounts ,niado when sold in rat.an. Gold & Silver S
quantities price AmonzhiirMedicines Spectacles ,
for their llbe. of flve will be foundCowpouu3Tunio .iI having' ,concerned to wh9u J thes*,preaeA&ahalcoma
... tapatr.oag.L.4ow.4tiponthewsIneetbevooin. Mathematical reams and upwards. fc j i '. 'pm'h __ Itodger's Fine Pocket Cutlery, .the reeeimily opened vrnfy_ +ss* jpreetiacr,, jl. "*.* : ."- i; ; v U .
; BMooedbuineM Instruments Surveyors' Compasios. A nUf.bril.or AntibUious PUU 11 azors.snttftror Strops* abOnlloUMI"oold c nUr.ul Now that ,
strict know.ye, joa'aro'nroby'eo'niinlnJed.to
$4bajI* by aitotioa ; : lieu ,
to 5.-
the
.. > Chain. Drafting Materials, to,&13. : S ,pjl Ointment Card Cases*Port patronage
&O..uaoo.U..or JUN' jl ,They have facilities ; .,._ Particular" 'n Monalei, to. are at this tims IOlI1e rf.. '1 here S >beaad -appfar'Before;tliU'eourlijtrtithe, 'C
t 'Thsy have constant)ly.n band a full assortment In forerecutinr Bookbinding Gonorrheal and.hnxtgre-t10 forfeit"for attention will be given to Repairing Ire to 81x 21.-.,.ua .au.t. "...* >
all the various styles. ofW.tches. several of the same with fir. .... rSP1'? ja
and ?
A .f.Dry OooJs Ready Mad Clotbla Hats I5oolcrol .| to making. |ip-Blank failures;no Balsams or usual medics.. >" Fin hit locks and Jewelry : ': ::r, f.within one hundred '? .Ho. .&he CIM b!he Jl9.1l ;p-tt 9t ltwil:;
f ..z I.c&p Boots aM boei,-l'fatlcmt'I'1.' HarcI,.Ludt. the best of stock.any Also pattern of Card,,.lu which'they put AU Medicines Infallible:,- < ties he i long experience >nd cxtenslvefaoill.I O1Dce and wbaml.- .The and flA7yaidtof,t.hePo4 ud Iestsmept )f r t t,1V.L";:&.nuocPe.,
Jc.Qek.r7..erisPrrUlons.Drn J.and. ', Circular Label. Dropsical Medleinet--eurei.warfartted; confidently believes La wfll ausr.all unc1enlgned. k:'AI.a& tI"17'. ; te
Med and Fancy Printing.* ,:,. favor him with for Gea.Seott'e fouj br o .! f 14
mar bo. .
,. / t Address alh Coach
*. "hoj'
unoatloul 1
ean, WIRe, Jto ,k...which ? to Ur JosIah Ash their.pal-ronage. 't ,1IDd&WO It.
they art tell Foreign Itck U1nG .
Book.h.po..d. New Ea F t
& York ms.pri.1U'O "wd"'ti:1'n' .re "
inlees. nut .antine.oth.lea&g tt e
tLiwmyb5I
lii a& till Sowed JacksourUle as lowland tennsat faT forQs .
very a-hprl.... Eut'Florld&postaze paid Iy.' Q" ,
JOHN M. COOPEK & CO. or pleas ; as at any other fartber Jlarti4liJan. gf&SK r".t tpe9.
call and establishment In .
h.aflIIIIiJaL33Ii sa s. ezamint certificates the'StatoJ pI1 at he
Savannah Feb. and lie re- e..1Mk IJJJtJ.bIaA
I 10th.-- erred to gentlemen. March 17.* March- .fW. J,. -OT. tio ..fe St"tDllah.*** Rlli"j; TUii KepaJbUcan JAA1ESB.'ASKKAV'and Newf I i -.f.J4 : tmh2

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