The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: June 30, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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with Georgia that Road "could and would'have in successful at much earlier the three
operation, a
f nJpTEFBlll.lCAB.n B parties. So evenly were they He soon saw and while he gazed, seemed The Latest from China-Reported ftttiof
built. If the capital is lacking day than the Pensacola and Georgia Rail balanced that after the most exact scrutiny penetrtedvitb speechless wonder. No Nankin-Panjc tht & and Tn

JACKSONVILLE among our own people it would have beenan Road, with the combined means and effortsof had been gone; through with, after the probable sooner had the Speaker given!; the order, Dealers.A among 1
easy task to procure it from abroad, and Georgia and mMdle Florida. Can the vote of each individual man had been "The Sergeant-at-Arms will clear the gal-
down from the office of
set with slip the
as care as if the whole erie*, than an slender Manch.te
Thursday, June 3O, 1853.Convention. foreign capital can be mare easily and readily East be indifferent ? Can she longer delay result depended on his individual suffrage, graceful form, and with a brilliant young black man, Guardian quotes a private letter from Sbabae .

obtained to build a road from St. Marys to action-energetic action ? When her fate is it was concluded that the result would very eyedarted from his place, ant dated March 29th. -

Tallahasite Pensacola than it can to build one from Savannah so palpable that they who run may. read. possibly turn on a single; vote; and when (I did not see how,) the broad mOllntinj "The Taouta (of Shanghae) has pur-
the morning! of the decision had actuallycome which runs all round the ball in front of chased two Ysls and is sending them up
; this is easily.demonstrated, by JUSTICE.English It the river and ammunition and
Editor of the Republican: 'i' was generally; understood that that and below the breast work of the galleries ;
palpable facts, and facts which speak for voe: was in the hands of a wealthy, upright, motioned with bis arm to the dark dense, fIxed upon the Agnes, a Parsees vessel, fo
the ,
DEAR SIR:-In looking over proceedings themselves for the entrance from the sea, Chnrchcsi and amiable, but not very firm or vigorous, and almost suffocated mass of human the same purpose; but the Governor. Sir

of the Tallahassee Rail Road Convention into the Savannah River is not one particle A Posthumous Poem by L. E. L. member of the New York delegation. He before him, exclaiming "Gentlemen beings, the George Bonham, ba stopped her, "an will

which to the had given his promise to vote for Air. not allow English ships go on
things peak umJers the be t
I we some say galleries to cleared a
better than that into the St. Johns ; this How beautiful they stand, Adams but the ; vice. -
eager, agitating anxious ou mu'st retire-clear the Andat
very least, are a little surprising. And the needs no better proof than the fact, that the Those ancient altars of our native land question was whether he would remain firm his word, tiLe a flock of galleries., "Our Comprador has just come in, andtate.s
will produce a few brief comments Amid the fields and dark quiet passive that there is doubt about
contention pasture green woods to that pledge no the lose
steamers now running between Savannahand I : or not. sheep, when the gate of their pen is thrown
wLich I think they justly merit. The New York, cannot come up to the city Amid the mountain's cloudly solitudes ; I 1 he Hall was prepared for the process! of open, out \centthe enlire ctowd, without a of Nankin ; for the Taoutae has put a placard .

entire proceedings look quite well upon paper By little brooks that, with a lapsing sound, the election by placing: seats for the respect. word of complaint or remonstrance and I h, on the walls acknowledging it, and of.
well written and except at flood tide, and with this they may Like Ilayful children run by copse and lea 1 ive State/ delegations, each having a separate an incredibly short time, not a soul was er"a reward to any one \vhl will take the

; they are altogether run up Jacksonville. It asserted by the Each in its little plot of holy ground: table, in the semicircular open space in heft behind. The foreign minister lifted up leader or officers of the rebel The document

they make up a readible. document. Especially !" best and most experienced seamen that theSt. How beautifully they stand, front of the Clerk's table. Before the hour his hands in amazement and exclaimed. also states that the rebels are coming

sould East and South Florida pull of Johns Bar is fully as good as the Sa. Those old grey churches of our native land for taking their seats there, they were to be What a government What a people !I" eastward"Silk and in !boats.tea cannot he got for
about in little bands except
and make 4 genteel how to their teen walking or seatedin
theirhats vannah ; but the St. Marys Bar is vastly Our lives are all turmoil ; groups, earnestly conversing in a low MR. Eniroa :Enclosed you will find a I cash down, which no one has. silk-

brethren of the Middle, for the great gene better than either and Our souls arc in weary strife and toil, tone mind len are frightened and are taking a good
inferior in the
perhaps to every bring occupied result production from the pen of \n M. D. in the '
rosity they have manifested towards them. Grasping and straining-tasking nerve and brain, of the election. Each deal of silk into the interior.
the Atlantic South of New party was sanguine land of
none upon coast Ophir. I have had so miny appli- "The missionaries and American Consul
Both day and night, for gain of Bets
must Ie highly encouraging to the peopleof ; success. were staked on a ,
York. Now, if a connexion of the Atlanticand We have have The ations for it that I have determined to confirm the taking of Nankin. The U. S.
grown wordly- made gold our large amount. most confident predictions
East and South to know that Middle
Gulf may be effected by Rail Road from god- were uttered, and hy some of the excited end it to you for publication, if you think steamer Susquahannah had arrived, and, its

Florida, in solemn convention assembled!" Savannah to Pensacola, why may it not be Have turned our hearts away from lowly and unscrupulous partisans without it will be interesting to any of your sub- thought, will stop the American ship .
the belief thai the Science from being sent up the river, she
Central ferocious
lias expressed most threats were uttered. A "
made by a Road from St. Marys to Pcnsa- things ; se- scribers. Your obt. servt. having been chartered by the Taoutae for
will be built cond Missouri contest was None
Road horn expected.
Rail some.point on cola The advantages of the" latter over We seek not now the wild flower on the sod, counted less than OCCIDENS. that purpose."
on forty ballotings
the Atlantic to some point on the Pensarola We seek not snowy-folded angel's wings ; some
the former "incalculable because Savannah said the election
are occupy; weeks, '
and Georgia Rail Road, and that the Gulf Amid the summer skies- per A California Discourse View of the Montreal Riots by a Catholic
; months while
haps others said that
does not afford sufficient: depth of Journal.-The Montreal Transcript
Atlantic Road! from the St. Johns For visions come not to polluted eyes choice would be a
and made
tu accommodate but that Cougrcss will of ? for Catholic discourses the !late note
water to the commerce and 'Why ye dig', son man the journal, on
Tampa would also be built. But let us travel which must and will be drawn to the Yet blessed quiet fanes! would break up in a rnw. light of whose presence my spirit yearneth, in that city, in the following commendabletemper
Still still To a patriotic mind it seemed if all the
piety poetry remains i as and bowels Dost
grumbleth k
examine these wrought my a. :
briefly highly ; conclusions
terminus of such a road. St. Marys does afford And shall remain whilst ever on the air evil powers who sought the ruin of free me why ? it not written that fortune Father Gavazzi seems to have come
how far I
and with
see they agree this indispensable advantage, and it One chapel bell calls high and low to prayer,- Government gathered together Washington smiles upon fools 1 and for the sake of tunely to enliven the newspapers. oppr.

the premises upon which they are founded. aifoids it \\ilb certanty and without improvement Whilst ever green and sunny churchyards keep : and were hulling through the troubled these smiles hath not thy servant been O kin 'ullof, the details of the riot, which was certainly -

This convention says : *If we unite in this there is no risk to run-no problem to The dust of our beloved, and tears are shed I air. Many persons carried concealed weapons : a fool, yea, an ass of himself in vain 1 a mostdisgraceful one. In the press,

tuterprize with Savannah and build the ; From founts which in the human heart lie deep as expecting some violent outbreak. For five years and ten days he ha;sojourned and in the Parliament, there are two opinion -
solve if the Central Atlantic; and Gulf Roadis Something in these aspiring days w. need, The (bar-rooms of hotels and eating houses in this place-he has dintl into the water- ; the opinion is, that itinerant lectures
from Hamilton
to Pensacola
road county built, and St. Marys and Pensacola the To keep our spirits lowly were crowded with guestsvho!.e aspect he has torn ancient rocks from their resting on qua i'religious topics, are luit"nce

and then continue through to the Atlantic terminus, I ecaus3 then the road would have To set within our hearts: e\rcct thoughts and boded no good to the country, or the peace place I and removed them afar off-he has that, to interrupt them by force, is a flagrant

either directly or by a connexion with the holy ful }progress of the government. Many a ikewise" torn hs breeches in part not tnbe violation of all civil and religious liberty.
the benefit of two of the best Bars and! har heart that loved American regulated freedom
Florida Rail Road, it will not be the Central spoken of-he has rooted into the muJ No one has any right tn go and listen, nn-
bour's coasts of the Atlantic and Gulf. And 'tis for this they stand, trembled! in view of the untried experiment,
upon like unto a swine. His beard hath gro>vn less; he means to listen patiently. If any
Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road." But they The old grey churches of our native land! now for the first time to l te attempted. Atr.id
J But if Savannah be the Atlantic terminus long ; the skin upon his hands and face one speak anything blasphemous or indecent -

aver that it "will be a RcaJ laid down just I then there is gicat; risk, because!" the Savannah And even in the gold corrupted JIIlrt. such, auguries the day of election came. lath changed color, Illli he is now likened1111W l that i is a thing fu the police to appre-

where one would be, under the present char I In the great city's heart Every avenue leading to the Capitol was a wild beast, his garments are bend, and fo the courts justice to correct
and the State has not sufficient depth of water foi They stand; antI chantry dim, and organ sound, tilltd/ with people, all whose faces lookedin rent and soiled, so that "cackcloth: and jlemic abuse has never been considere .

ler, running through through the passage of first class! spa steamers, and And stated services: cf prayer aud praise one direction, and were tilled with one ashes" would be as fine linen and purple to however degrading in the mJiY uals any

and subserving ctery purpose contemplated its improvement. to say The least, is problematical Like to the righteous: ten which were not found common express.on of grave and interested him. He would! fain feed on husks, but I legal sin. *

liy it," fce. Is this true,let us see : Of course ; it will not be contended: that first For the polluted city, shall upraise curiosity. Into the galleries: which eur- here are none. Yes, he who in timed past I. We cannot, possibly, enter into any'por-
rouud and oveilock hall of
the Representatives ; to fare and to tam: of the theological questions raised by .
the convention based Us estimates of the Aleck faith and love sincere was wont sumptuously,

Eastern end of the Road'npon the St. Marys, class. sea. steamers. can come up to- -Savanna Better in time of need than shield and spear! not an additional human being could grumble over greater delicacies than were Gavazzi, any more than we did into those
!), when tile steamer Mate of Georgia, hy possibility!" he forced and the staircases, lileJ upon the table of Dives, now snuff* raided hy Mr. Brownson. Nothing easier

for it says "not more than one hundred 1000 tons burthen, can-only come up when From Galligiuiiii'i Messenger, May 21. quite out of sight and hearing of what was wit& gladness the fragrance of pork and than flinging dirt; and unfortunately the

mile will be to huild, to complete the con- passing within, were crammed with watching teans' gnashes his teeth impatiently ins of humanity are to many not to leave,
she has the tide in her favor. The Isabel, ant
A toJIrs. Stovrc.A multitudes
nexion." Now kt this convention select S"ell'.Uomo.ge hoping; against hope, to over a frying slapjack lie biteth! a raw to every unc.aritable man sufficient mate-
or the British mail steamer Conway, I believe "Uncle 'Tom" wawk gain, by some good chance, or hy dint of onion with unspeakable! avidity. Potato rials for reproach. In saying so, we are
point on the proposed route of the Pensa- have must wend -a patience and of physical strength, a glimpse balance the merits of
neither been up to Savannah. slow ; skins fear his presence ; beef vanishes from not attempting to any
cola and Gt'oriria Rail Road only one hun Then is it suicidal in Florida to sell her Which A'm afwaid's extwcmsly talk : at least of the exciting scene.It before him, and dogs look in vain for the religious creeil; the o.nly opinion we wishto
meets to
one begin
dred miles from St. Mary?, and then locate I People hail been proposein) debate, on the bones. He sighs for the feVshpots of Egypt, express is, that reproach is not charity.
privileges to Georgia for of Of Mrs. Ilarwietbesuhastowo.
great a mess day previous that during the election, the of
and mourns over the barrenness the land
a lload from that point direct: to Rose's Bluff pnttage, and render herself utterly impotent 'Tis not as if A saw ha name :illarics of the hall should be closed! as I In his ,sleep nevertheless the good angel of The Tennessee Candidates for Governor

an the St. Marys, and it will find that onlya to make any great work of improvement for To walls and windas stilt: confined ; they could at best accommodate but a !handful -I the past deigns to visit him, and delightful An editorUl 1 letter to Brownlow's Whig,
of Nassau and Columbia of those who\ were anxious to witnessthe that Henry and Johnson, the whig and
corner : countiestumid visions are opened to his for a says
the development of her own resources an J the All that is meawly vulga; fame : recolectIn
but Mr. McDJrfii then democratic candidates for Governor of Tennessee
Bcene ( a
flo.ns mind
; prominent delicious bill of fare
) have a Hail Road. So far from its A don't the public mind. teore
aggrandizement her own extended coast!" wcpect member of the House,) warmly Jeiiied of C the dreamer and he ; and are fairly on the stump. On the

being ("as the convention avers") a road Why did hot middle Florida subscribe $800- But StauVd House has made haw quite the r gut of Congress to exclude people' I terrapins for six," only to awaken to his internal Homestead, Henry shows that Johq n.*

laid down just where one would be under 000 to her own State road, when if she had Another kind a paws on look: from witncs: ill if they so.plua.-ed! tile acts -.' slat jacks and mobiles.AH bill only provided for "the heads of families

the present' chaiter, it w uld be a road laid done and A countess would pasibt last night df their own representatives, in a matter, this hath thy servai.t endured. Is helot ," while Henry declares himself torone

,! where one-under the F.O, accompanied subscriptionwith In asking mo about haw book. especially' so vitally affcciing: them all. then a fool, an abominatiau in the sightof that also provides for old bachelors. young
o\rn just present one half the efforts/ she has rendered Alil'b n it was sug<;eied that the ad. wisdom ? And it is not unto such, and men and all mankind !

charter, Could 'c/." these Brunswick and Savannah works" the She wished to know if ludiniawd mission of so gicat and excited a crowd such only that fortune dispenses her favors'1

Aud BO far horn its subserving every purpose road would have been secured beyond a I Eva, which quite confounded me ; would inevitably lie (pro-luctive of lis"ner! Yet she has deseittd me, I approach her A CONTRAST'when-I UI wish home.I could Tired see a!pleasant

And then haw ladyship iuquwaw'd he and in tones which reached! I "tl' her trail face come Ye
contemplated by the present charter doubt and at this day instead of hold sprang up and she fleeth lhle on the I
very that's never get
: always cry.
Whcthaw A didn't hate Lcgwee 1 through:; the hall and galleries, pledged; himself and she turneih away I await her coming
it will subserve comparatively none of lliosc ing conventions the work might have been oh, no! Customers to please-clerkstoovrr.
for "the orderly deportment of the people she stands still I wcrete myself in
Bai Jove! A was completely fiaw'tljA ali Hush I shall
and until it haul-accounts to cast up.
purposes, absolutely none crosses going; on. But that eternal uncompromising willie. looking on touch a scene." His her path and seize her unawares. But she ;
wish'd myself, or haw, at Fwance : child. Now walk the floor and
the Savannah River. But it wil! go very and fixed determination in middle Florida to And: that's the way a fella's baw'dBy appeal was too popular to be successfully glideih oil, aslliou-rli I had caught a hog by noil thl him B.II. hunt up my Mary
far to defeat thos and of resisted, and the dooms were thrown open> his greased tail Sic; transit: I exclaim, as lipIer.
purposes many I do nothing without Georgia i has fn>m the cv'wy gal he asks to dance. draw up the rocking men
accordingly.It !; wito sick heart I revile poverty aud curse
them it will defeat. for them. There's
The things readl
effectually have these
great beginning blasted!" the prospects::, and ultimately The circular -
imposing spectacle.
was an
felt fuol fortune
A myself a gweata he takes comfort. His wife1
purposes of the Central Atlantic ar.J Gulf! defeated the road. The question is Than a had cvaw felt befaw ; lobby outside the bar, (and into which So are not these evils 1 and wherefore handsome, as she the day she married.a

Rail Road, are to develop the resoutces of now definitely settled; middle Florida has no A'll study at some wagged school none are a.lniittod but privileged persons should they be visited upon thy servant ? there's anything\\a I (hate its a faded, wo-
the three sections of the Slate the who -e right is specified' by law,) as well as Surely he bath not sinned as other ineimsinneth.
great East sympathy in common with the East and The tale of that old Blackamaw man Light the lamps iY me my
the area behind the columns lie hath not coveted his neigh.
login, or open
I read
If can't here
Middle and West and thus afford them
South, and they may no longer look to her Presidential Klecllon. of the seat were filled his servant, newspaper. peace
of the rear Speaker's bor's ox, nor his ass, nor man "
I ,. ,. I'll over to Saunders.
and benefits and to build n' n go
equal advantages for mutual co-operation and aid in works of with members of the Senate, Lv-Governois nor his mad: servant (jor oe n Known Ulm S S *

up two great sea ports within the State. Internal Improvement. She has elected, The Election of Mr. Adams, over Gen of States, military and naval officers, (those thee that there are" no maid servants here.) .. "Mary, dear, how tired you look. Give

One at the Eastern and the other at the Wes. chosen to with the State of Jackson, as President of the United Stales, ly only, however, who had received votes of He hath abided by the "Laanll the Prophets me that great strapping boy. No wonde
co-operate great thanks for meritorious seivice) the have not abided hy him.
following by Congress but profits I'm
the House RepresentatiresThe ache.-Ohnever minl me.
fern Termini and doubtless under this viewof arms
Georgia, rather than her own fellow citizens sketch and of forei ministers and their attaches, Judges!; Now, therefore, I renounce the diggings your O. K. at home, you know. Take
the subject the Legislature so amendedIhe : is a most graphic picture Court-in a word, with all the premises. I "vamose always .
and therefore it is high time that the of the Supreme ahsquatulate the rocking chairyo'irself. and just be comfortable -
charter of the Florida Atlantic and Gulf East and South should Login to look round this memorable event in our history. It is whose envied distinction it was to pas the the ranch,"-I take otf-t put out-I go-I Ain't I tired Why, yes I am-r

Rail Road as to allow its location between and i if be done without done to the very life, and shows the admirable vigilant bcrutiny of the doorkeepers, now .lile-I I depart without scrip or provender, little, but when I've feasted on fresh air and
see something cannot workings our well balanced consti. doubly vigilant, and all upon the qui vive. taking no heed for the morrow, for the mor- to day, which you haven't. .Be
points on the St. Johns, or St. Marys and slnhin
her for whether aided of the members wttlni of
co-operation; or A restless movement row takes no care me. I don't have such a lump of perpetual
Tampa. The Legislature! understood well unaided onr resources must be developed ; tutional and republican system. In Europe, the bar, and] a general murmur like the lime five days shall have passed, the shirttail s'nles motion, as this to manage. .;

the wants and interests (If the State, and the whole State is deeply interested in the such a contest and such a result would alarmed hum of bees when their hives are of thy servant will be waving in the "Bless my soul-how do jou -thee

have been attended with tumult, bloodshed, disturbed, ttlh'l of the stale of feverishnnxetv breezes of the NevaJa. A remnant of i it mind the .ive. everything
amply provided fur them, in gianting those!" development of the East and South, and gave; the mountainthat hot days? N ver ,
the highest '
perhaps revolution. But with ns, the majesty which' prevailed throughout will be nailed upon looks well enough-yoa excluded
charters, but not content with having done than other sections because I spirit have emblem of the ex.
vastly more so any body. Could any revealin he crosses'as an are looking a trifle. better
the constitution and laws of free except you .
of a
their whole duty, they, like the cow that in these sections are the slate lands opened to human view the hopes, the fears, tremily to which man may be reduced in than well. How do you _manage to ,keep
kicked asserted itself over the will of the ; which lurnnltuaied of Onhir. Yet think not, 0 Elisha! s" .' '
over the pail of milk, granted a charter in these sections are the internal improve country the boiling passions, the land so young and prety. bonny wife .
giving Georgia the right of for her people themselves, and peacefully placed within' those fierce bosoms, how would the that I would rend my garment for this Well might smiling answer be'"M.
way lands and the lands donated for educational evil
ment interests of the scene have been yet Verily, I say unto thee, an love
of the in the painful alone an-l
Road and thus the glittering prize Presidency freshness fulnes/my Au.nd. .
through the state, stulirfiedthqaelvea She bath '
purposes-an immense fund now liter- further heightened i in intensity 1At genius long pursued me.
and defeated their own great ally dormant, which by proper internal improvement hands of the minority candidate, over the -.|"pn.rth the Sneaker's.! hammer felL Adeadsilece ."..-.""-- so-- close upon' my footsteps, that I keeps myhealt gum.

works of improvement. Had the Legislature would he made active and victorious General and popular favorite --n- .\ picvailed, and the respective every threatland.flbre of my shirt-tail arc A letter from Berlin gives the following
The moral sublimity of the spectacle can delegations assembled and took their familiar to her eye., Audjf, in her pursuit description of trousseau of the Princess Annaof
anticipated that the citizens of any which millions would be added-by the increase should this relic, in be married
has no seats around the table prepared for them. of me, she gaze upon Prussia, who i is about to .a
section of the State would, have taken advantage I 1 in the valne of those!" lands. These scarcely be'suJ'pasled-it certainly It was. my privilege; from an elevated the solitary fastnesses of the mountains! she Prince of Hcsse-Cassel : .

of this blunder to decapitate another, objects! it is plainly seen, must be accomplished parallel in ancient or modern history.- position on the right of the chair, to enjoy will at once recognize it,and beljeimg me "The trousseau of the bride'has been on
What American so dead to patriotism and a view of the ; and I have hare been torn and destroyed by wild last Saturday 'and
section, I, venture the prediction that the by eastern and southern enterprizealone a full al groups to and thus I view at the King's palace
bill would have been defeated but unfortunately sense of true glory, as not to be proud of preserved' a and hasty sketch which I beasts she will retrace her steps to day, and on each day about.2,500 female
; it is useless longer to hope for cooperation ballot '
; his Char. Courier. caught of their positions while the first escape her. observers, visited :it. Of the two, large
for the interest and credit of the country WIt the town o[
and aid farther west than the was proceeding.Each delegation appointed go hence, Elisha, unto rooms which the trousseau occupie .the

State, the discovery is made! after it is too Suwannee river, so that it becomes the East [From Arthur'i Hgme Qaiette.] ole of their nuir.ber.to actas Chairman Sonora, where it has been prophesied that contained the house boy ,

late to remedy the evil. If the Tallahassee now to lay'her shoulders to the wheel, see collect! their Votes, and report the re- thy servant will heal the sick, and prosper reared lail frst out for the most part in 20( and
John Qulney Adnm, his Election .to the pult. The delegations voted bV pluralities. with amazing prosperity. As Moses dozens, all marked 'wIth her,Royal High-
convention bad come out boldly and asserted what she can do with the assistance of the house of Utprricntatlvc Whoever, in each, received the most votes, the (erentintbe! wilderness, for the children 2.ness'L name in, a (to me) unintelligible letter

their individual and sectional rights, without South, and without aid from the middle or for -the vacant Presidentialchair was leported as the choice of thai delegation. of Israel to look upon and be cured' of (12 dozen pocket bandkrduers'"had; the

a fulsome display of generosity to the west. There are three projects, either of The shook struggle the! Union it kindled strife and There were twenty-four of the groups; and their infirmities, so will I elevate mytin" royal l arms woven c ne

East and South, there would have been less which she ITay'succe sfully under take, gave birth to patties which; are not extinct \\"hen.lhe. votes bad been gathered which, in each they, among-the made Gentiles whole., that they Their may offerings gaze upon of with the travelling couch were.24 undress dozen c, ,
to be
called it kod and a'may.
dose to complain bat to bold us with these it is not my provincenor they,were .upon rel/or unto me, night c"tmi.s
; out prospectsto first she may build a Rail Road from St. among ; it did in succession, viva voce, c Umenclgwit" cold and silver will be acceptable night .*;and incomlrehensile.an

those sections of the State, which are Mar),to Tampa, 180 miles, secondly she my purpose to meddle but was when my it Maine. The silence was and if they live not afterwards peradvenlure unmentionable Clll '& ,
issue of the contest, -

purely dtimerical and which: can never be.realized may build, one from Jacksonville to Tampa, ./.mn lot.....to... see tn, it ny the* .httail.fr__ -mill..- W.1R..-,- llccilltij.---.-!- .- blOW-- by a sepulchre.L>. .A. _r.__ L Men's*._.A\ttiAial breath.. ; ltd was v.iirfl. slspended- % they may find tft'3turejn Heavel'Al The linen takes i is up. three. the aides. .of the.ro,

: -is not so generous at last. I do I 160' miles, or she may build a road-from blow, on the high places of the fi ld.-The as oiaie I auer ouuc u.the .u moment.u ----when/ theSuesker Europe is still agog with ttMe-mlvi .l the: fourth of 24 occupied of silk by and leather Jhos

Dot, however, mean to say that our middle Jacksonville to Cedar Keys about iOU miles. ; hall of the House of Representatives exhibi, car. ever staudu.g forge hisllace", dec.areuinacleaVwhoroiM the exploits of the mrm gita/en 24 sisliiig dozen pairs Ilairi of stocking In' the Hcnd
.Florida ted, on that eventful day, such a spectacle !p"n. seemed toDierce 11 8lain' table) are every \"bl're.Re TOU foot, -
brethren ( deceive and that embroidered
really design to tu, either of these toads would.pay well, as never had! been witnessed' in this country, ; 'and'marrow, that ) regarded :with the liveliest himteie.t. a.a room were gores, handkrchie.

put their 'enthusiasm .for .this, union with afford great_advantages, ,to the country, but i'llchll! the world never saw. There being' through bone having received, a and royal and 1irincelyPalaCe5 and in I'casnt'huts colar"scarfs. in hats bnntts,

Georgia baa so engrossed their 'vision that the first Is decidedly preferable, a Rail Road three' candidates forr' the Presidency, 'andeitner'of JOHN QUINCT obe.votei ADAMS cast, wa* duly elected nothing. i is triel or tajked! yt ,but, .the make! \ all, complete, bewider\'profasof-;

taey.are perfectly blind fa every direction, from St. Marys to Tampa would 'certainly them having received title the'constitutIonal the-. majority President of the United States forfour, ,jrear discovery.. At Petersburg, too, the i to habit, 12 cloak in! 811'amid velvet wa a.nd'be-
him to dance and
.Meeptwhen they look towards, Georgia ;iI become at once a great national thoroughfare office that majority crisis had giving arrived a which, in all from the 4ih of March" next ensuing."., : whole l world is 'gatle have accounts eJ to the of. .'successful 6'Je; all ( ball and court dresses, u
a Georgia i ia tneir hOle without mites .with, a decided : the Then,arose such a shout from the ganeriesas'Senf fr : we well iis the wedding robe, a diem'obrl-
) j Georgia :only) about, ISO long, : other countries,' had been by irt'thverfdomedfth "hall.!l experiments.Madeira. much
fb ) and ton
cfcejr can do nothing! ; an4"it is to be 'feartd j magnificent harbour at ,both terminus, capable word;,but which, .having been 'conlemplaed whose 'canjidate.bad .been liant,enumerateAccording many mor id oJpactheIiereibebodyoh

that when it is too late; they will discover of admitting, with ease and safety' the as possible. by that band of, .men,. (inJplreii defeated. ,.whose(eager; hope -werO blasted; .-A lete from aim officer Tn the me tin the wedJihg Jressbf white

that to G ort i will enure all Ihe 'benefits very largest sea steamers,'and affording 'ac- .h........... thiiy.,-whrt'fmrned...,...urely.were. ...... }oufhaPPV.vitta! ,wisdoninot. Govern.} and whoepersonal, pledge! >-the,; ,good. IL l d,S.- Navy published; dated thel'ortlaimd!,' Madeira Advertiser., Mty satin-waft not with ttte- k.irtand" whMi.t.iaUeeor4ted train,' but
-- -- js '
:cf their capital and their i luterprize, and they I comifcoJ&tion and:protection'.to any! ;class:or n>'e U ,had be: tj) 'v lle;[r riitie,peactful order pf the assembly much' 'excitement was, r IICUUCIC'from the j The following g jsau-extract; : Kl'he hill sides is kept in'tbe with j je in wet'cbamli* crown *., and not

''**/ content themselves >with paying the amount of .commerce which 'mi bl seek expedient! (of ,taking 1 'ihe Choice, ;out of ibe all,) irrgiE and in) vorce\that ia"g"abo' all of MaJerta appear pictures ol an iI out 10 Charlottcnbttrg' the. JutmOment.
Wights : nimediate handii of bepcople.andtCQnimit'? ground, a \ is to be'hoped 'a year of frutfOinessiat| > brought, .3W
upon' iheir eottbh to Savannah. them, and,then it; affording the shortest: I J Itie tun.ultdourplauUHrofhe, :; sec1ator5, ." .. : .
; famine. Aa ,
,., acting I we ? -' t.
ft'l6'theirf.0rn representatives! euceeeil the lat\yearof\ ,. '
>nere.Ii will find 'a mirlcet,;arid 'then pur.liUing cheapest, and most con venient route'; from, ting ndf as'one! amalgamated body but.jn their cried,' "MtSjieakctI1 thovthat, the ,gallrjPe.pleare4 -, .I approached our, ,anchorage9'this' morning, '" ,' *;- ,
occurred the NewHaven
): their gpdda 'it. the an market, the obrtb.. o-jhe soutli, :anl Jrombe.t.. separate capacity. asJho delegations..of,*ne I t?: :,TboJ.que8\ ia.Slluaut"arf. : : thafisherPIt,,iu Jbo..boats, a twe- passer ,'. ,Another.Railroad accident has whicbfeTetvil"Peii6agSg ta\i

a"rtowt. aflbiding the)lr
'the' 'estima yrf -

' -;::!f good iiation-'a" good j io \ Tshowing'lbaUne'enarity :ki '
: the would ifbigner ; 1t! .patlra1 '
by place qUeti
operation. 1
ar I
daypPQttc4 for the electioa .en* IOU gCh'0 4q of i anJflefr
As Ib
:Bat bad Middle Florida' 'made tb>effort ; commerce' :and.. gravel;than(any 'other:ToutS proached-4he.! exciteroentof! ,pu bIle:pUil4 ,, ,99.U&IJ9' 'Jqrlle ., icnornt noguardsno'gcnsd.arme qC ,York.baa bel felt and appreciated stl?anti faU:\ j.IJice; ; 4dtifamiIylefi'NsiuYoikonthe

', e. 'raI4t1antic! aaTGulfiI I !1'Rod which)i .i or..may>t can.be projected. Le be ame I ttP C'; }Y 8bltgtQ.I1.! al crpded. : '; not.r.\\era filling 'al saying, that the way t the I', 18th nltn for Brtnutn. ; I" lh

g* Bow'fBlnCon!,fa!St.fary'to'Pcn, EastatidSouth i Florida!unite*their:'energie i Nightly caucuses, and the the leading most anxious men of tachof calculations stable}j how was \the order to be executed 1 I people'e heart is down,their threat," steamship fWashinton

L ?eola,{bat the baa made to effect Ibis union and means and this great work may Ie put\ ,, occupied .

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AMENDMENTS TO THE city of' Key West" in his letter, very Foreign InteIUel ee. tn reference to the transparent production (10m tA Nt,') -
ILiiHA L 0 HIP D B L Ie 11.
Adopted Constitution by thtjlfth of aitdtixth the State Gttral of Florida Aistmbliet. considerably fortifies his tem rk that "Key The steamer Humboldt- arrived at New in the last Net upon th subject of the Plank Road-Subscript. Loin.

West is the place in' the world forpersos County we have only time to
[No. I.) JACKSONVILLE wor.st- York on the 21st. Electons. I Jl/r. Editor:-Permit me, a ockhoLtf
AN ACT to amend the Eleventh Clause oi the : to tell the truth in. It not be say that have in reality, s far to avail myself of your columns
may to Iere
Fifth Article of the Constitution this SUU ; Among her items of intelligence, it is
and also to amend An Act Amendatory of the Thursday, June 30, 1853.IQJOur always the truth that goes out of it. elated that the of the imprisonmentof a we know, less intention of making a my approbation of the plan a.loptf! br:
Twelfth Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitution question '' party contest" in those elections, than the Directors of our Plank Road accom!
of this State,and adopted by the third Oar Indian. British Colored Seamen in South Carolina ilisbment of that enterprise.. \e_
and fourth General Assemblies 10 &I to give next number the 6th : author of that production preten.U not to have In ,
commences before Parlia determining to charge tro
be the
," ,the Election of the Judges to the People. volume of this We are indebted MCQUEEN MdsTOsii, will shortly brought must be refreshing to the supporters of themselves we tak r
SEC. '1. Be it enacted by the Senate and paper. I guarantee that
of the State of Esq., for perusal of a note from Senator ment.Mrs. the Democratic organ to find its columns engaged moneyi be judiciously expendeI,4
House Repreantativcs
of The UaVdl MlllUa Claims. Fremont arrived in the Humboldt.
. Florida in General Assembly convened, That ]MALLORY, conveying intelligence of the in-j in this small tactics so early in the every energy will be exerted to eject
the Eleventh Clause of the Fifth Article of We are informed that the Governor has tention of the administration to make an News from the East is has warlike.been ordered The dog days. Though the Whigs have madeno sin early completion of. the work. 'The
I fleet
English Mediterranean have selected
an energetic and
the entitled Constitution, 'An of Act this to amend:Stale, the and Twelfth also'an charged M. D. PAPV, Esq., of Middle Flor. immediate move towards removal of the Indians to Dardanelles and the Channel fleet to the announcement of an intention to hold a perintendant, and if any have efcient enter SB-

act Clause! of the FJllli Article; of the Constitution ida, with the duty of repairing to Jackson in our State. Mr. MALLORY has applied Mediterranean. The French fleet has arrived convention, or even alluded in print to the tined doubts that the road would eer be coal

. of this State, so that the Judges of the rill, and distributing the certificates issued for the appointment of Gen. HARNET at Besica Bay. subject, the intention of our opponents is structtd, they may now Jay them aside5 .

Circuit Courts shall holJ\ their offices for the by the General Government to the men of to the service. 11 he does not "strike terrorto The Russian forces are marching towards in the atticle of the News to But to secure an early cmpleion'te
Malteria, and Ihe Wallachia troops ordered thu1gazelell means must be furnished.
. te-m of eight" years, instead of during good Capts. Bush, Price, and Suwarrez' compa the soul of" Bowlegs & Co., no man will. from Narsan to Bessarabia by forced march. which we refer: tageously and with the best iwjj
behavior, he, and the same': are hereby so economy
, amended as to re.tdiis! folio wjs! viz : That on nies. Mr. Papy expects to he in Jackson. Removal from omce. The Egyptian fleet and army 30,000 strong, "So far as we are informed, there will be require a cool outlay of at lest si iit
the first Monday in Octobrr, in the year yule on Tuesday, the twelfth day of July' is proceeding to the aid of the Sultan. The no candidates this fall of the Democratic thousand dollars. The plan coutemplates

one thousand' eight hundred antI fifty-three, next, for the purpose mentioned, and if ne.cessary1 The News of Saturday last manifestssome Tulcoram Chiefs are raising an army 100- 'parly. If any Democrat chooses to run, he the purchase of four portable steam

and on the first :Monday in October, every at Palatka, on Thursdathe 14th dislike that the Whig papers of Flo 000 strong. Mediation of Austria and will do it on his hook ; not as a Democrat, thirty two mules, waggons, carry Jogs mil J
e.ix'ears thereafter, there shall) be elected bv Prussia spoken of. but as a citizen of the county. We hal I tools-and the hiring of eighty
rida" in their the removal Dint
the qualified electors of each of the respective July.It I way upon Count sserode has arrived. The Lon. hoped that this course would have been laborers. To make these purchases,to him

Judicial Circuits of this State one Judgeof is probable that Col. Hardee, who is of Whig Federal officers. After depicting don Times says that the Emperor of Russia pursued by all parties, and that our county these laborer, to furnish

the Circuit Couit, who shall reside in the charged with the duty of paying: these certificates the havoc made four years ago,'' has sent a courier to Constantinopls, demanding officers would be selected without reference the Board of Directiors provisionl'c

Circuit for which he may be elected, and will it thus speaks : compliance with M? schikolI's last to ther political doctrines, but solely on with the ready means, and these can only
Mr. the times and
continue in office for the term of six years meet Papy at "We have to learn that the removalsat proposition in 8 days. their merits for the respective offices to I be supplied by the prompt raymentofhu*.

from and after the first day January next places mentioned, prepared to receve; them, that time were yet made for any other cause This appears to be a renewal of the proposal which their fellow citizens might elect sessment upon the I tbesUr

succeeding his election, unless! sooner remove as we understand that that officer is now in than that of the occupants maintaining made by Winschikoff in respect to them." not promptly met, the officer witlt

under the provision* made in this East Florida. Democratic principles and we presume no the over the Greeks in Turkey. I it is so great an essential that our the execution of the plan prescribed by the
Constitution: for the removal of Judges by Whiff: in the State will pretend that protectorate board will!be embariassed and unable to carry
We are further informed that the certificates naner county officers should be elected without reference
mlJri imnpaehment And for willul out their instructions. The
neglect<< of nr duty\,- or other:-rea>onable cause, will not be delivered to any agent Under they unfaithful.were" either dishonest, i incapable, or The Niagara anived at New York on to their political doctrines," equal required to start the work in a manner means that art

which fhall not be sufficient ground formpeachml'nt power with IJIOr without an interest, as the 22,]. deference to the citizens of the county" will ensure a completion within a reasonable

the Goveruor fchall remove there arc express instructions not to deliver This resembles very much the disposition The general news is of little interest. requires that none of our county officers" time. Under the plan adopted with the material

any of them on the address of two-thirds of hem the whom evinced u four years ago," by the Democrats Lloyds have advanced insurance on risks to designated in the resolution., they are to
except to parties to .they permit themselves hereafter, 3 has heretofore
the General Assembly : Provided, however, themselves, to affix a taint" upon all removed Turkish and Russian ports from 10 to 30 : complete three miles per month, at whichrate
That the cause, or causes, shall I.e stated at I are made payable. The identity of the parties of that party, merely because Gen.Ta.lor shillings.The been the case, to take the stump, and it will require twenty months. T.

length in such address, and entered on the I must be made satisfactory to the paying sort of disapproval leading Parisian journals think peace at convenient seasons editorize, in espousalf force indicated is as small as the

Journals of each House : And provided agent, either by his personal knowledge of expressed some will be maintained. The Moniteur officially their political doctrines." the Company would! justify. To put this

further That the cause, or causes, shall be the applicant, or evidence presented.New of the displacement of officers who had discharged announces that the French and English force upon the road armed an for
notified to the Ju.lge so intended to; be removed their duties honestly and faith fleets have offered Turkey aid. General Concord N. I. Politic service, will require at eqllpp

; and he shall be admitted to a hear Publications. fully." Grakin had left Berlin on a special missionto in haml ; this amount is necessary now,
ing in his own defence, before any vote for Constantinople. Austria had also sent a Edmund Burke has published an explanation unless stockholders respond to the a an
such removal shall pats ; and in such cases, We are in receipt, from Messrs. De Wilt So determined were many of the Democracy special minister to the same place. of a resolution introduced by him in menu promptly, the work will be crippled,

the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays, and Davenport, New York, of a copy ofa to construe such removals into persona : The King of Bavaria has offered to he Democratic Convention, denying any delayed, and the expense of the road greatly

and entered on the Journals of each House, new edition of Jngraham's -Ladle, the dsparagement:: for this reason, that they acted diate between Austria and Switzerland. i ntention to attack the Administration, but increased. Although the stockholder gen

respectively.SEC. much like the silly old woman met merely to assert the rights of National erally are paying op with
Pirate of the Gulf. This! is a popular his very upon rromplneS ytt
2. ttc it further enacted, That said From China via California.The democracy. The Concord Patriot fercelyrejoin8 it is that all should so. Imitate
election shall l Ie conducted, and the returns torical romance loo long extant to requireany the deck of a sinking steamboat, who assaulting Burke with most oppro. the example necessary of the stockholders of

thereof ma.le, in the manner now prescribedor extended outline of character from rushed frantically among the passengers, ship Jamestown had arrived at San brious epithet, as a disappointed office, ton ; on the day their instalment Cbrk.'

which may here after I.e prescribed by our pen. Its pages do much to relieve La with a life preserver around her waist, im. Francisco with advices from China to the' seeker.Telegraphic despatch. it was paid. Charleston! has shown her,
law for the election of member to Congress 6th of April, which state that the rebels hail
; The Patriot is
'; blow her known to be the leading promptness and sincerity in the
Fitte of the ill ploring some body to up. :
and it shall be the duty of the Governor to repute of an ocean free-looter : been repulsed before Nankin with immense asqractshe

issue a commission, under the seal of ih* or pirate which common!) attaches to his Further, the News says of the Whig com loss. I Pierce organ in New Hampshire. Thus a say gave as'much us of'for assistance.Sou aallab.I Unless wish I coaL

State, to the person leceiving the highest name and to redeem it by an authentic association plainants- Our previous accounts by the Europeai most internicine war progresses. I the incorrectly informed, :Savannah has not I
number of votes in the JuJicial District in 1 'It would be a commentary on their from &rghts: of the National Democracy' lave of her the: jet
of evidence of his patriotic purposes poor mails, with dates Shanghai to the I paid any subscription tn Mock.
which the elect on is had.SKC. devotion to Whig principles, to continue in been assaulted in what I believe she will bs
is it other cannot so regarJten
3. Be enacted That when- and the "material aid" he rendered! March, state with some positiveness: 29t1 respect .
further office under such an Administration, even, than in the of her true interest as to let her stock
ever the General Assembly shall create a to the United Slates during the latter struggle if permitted to do so ;and it would look better, particularity the fall of Nankin before President's tree-soil appoint- j I. she does, she must not b

separate Supreme Couit. or Chancery Court, of that government with Great Britain. to say the least of it, if the Whig paper insurgents. This account will be found i i4 ments ? Mr. Burke may try to "keep the i. forfeite.1 blreafler I when she sees our com.I .

under the provisions of this Constitution, The woik may be found at the book stores would not mouthe so piteously over their removal another place. The later account maya b$ peace at home"' by counter-explanations, I merce :going steadily past her to her rival

the Judges' thereof hall be elected in the for this desire to continue in office but his resolution hit the "national" administration sister, as she most 'a will, if sheIaiis
manner provided in the first section of this of Savannah or Charleston, price 50 cents betrays their insincerity to the political re-capture of the city by the imperial I : lreJly
only to maintain: her faith. Let stockholder
Act, and shall' bold their offices for the same per copy. principles they make such a noise in the advocacy troops ; and if not, we think the information I a plumb shot. I imitate the of the every -

term, and be subject to all the provisions of 3///er's/ Universum (part 1 of the 2d vol. of. by the Atlantic way will he confirmed. The "Satisfactory)," Free Soil Appointments ders of Charleston,example and the stockhl-\
said first section : Provided, however, That "We believe in rotation in office and .
ume) has again reached us. Also the first be efficiently prosecuted and certainly com
the Judges of the Supreme shall be elected Georgia Union Convention.
shall' ever the doctrine or practiceof it fails it be in
by genf'raltickd ; and the Judges of the number of a new fine pictorial work, from the Government Mark it That the Washington Union pleted. I "i consequence
quartering persons upon of the ba faith of stock
Chancery Court shall be elected by general the same publisher-"the United States by a continued occupancy of public officesas The Conservative of Georgia, assembled has asseited that- holders. : nun-paying .
ticket, or by Districts, as the Legislature: at Milledgeville on the 22J June for
illustrated. An advertisemert of the else ,
pensions, or anything you may No single man of all those appointed] by A PAYING STOCKHOLDER

may Si.c.direct.4. Be enacted, That should publications appear next week. please to call it, for services rendered this the purpose of nominating a candidate for him (Gen. Pierce) is pointed 0'11 or can he

a vacancIceur further in either the Supreme, -- -- --- or that political party. Entertaining, .these Governor. On motion of C. Peeples, Esq., pointed out, who docs not upon the A correspondent of the Tallahassee Ff>-

Chancery, or Circuit Court. by death, resig- Struck by Lightning. views officials, ,we generally see no, should reason longer why the remain Whig in Col. Robert M. Gunby was temporarilycalled Baltimore Platform, or who seeks a :enewalof 1 ridian, upon the idea that the proposed Savannah

nation, removal. or otherwise it shall be The thunder storm which occurred on office, even if their ideas of political consistency to the Chair and W. W. Paine, of the Slavery agitationtIn and Florida Railroad is.to be a

the duty of the Governor, to issue a writ of Friday afternoon last, in this vicinity, was I or propriety would permit it." Telfair, and Thomas F. Wells, of Washing commenting on these official assuran base line" of a system oi Railroads! in out
election to till and he shall
the Boston Atlas
such'vacancy remarks that
ces justly
give at least sixty, days' notice thereof by accompanied with a painful incident in the And we should like to know what the ton, requested to act as Secretaries. there must be imposition somewhere.1' State, thus speaks of East Florida: appendage -
proclamation, and the Judge so elected' to death of Mr. Caidwell, residing twelve miles I mouthe".ing to get office and at not getting ,After announcing the delegates presenta *:

fill. such vacancy shall continue in office from here, on the Black Creek road. Himself it at the present time betrays." It is certainly permanent organization was effected. After referring to the appointments of Gen 3 This route to the Sa'e: line will be a
from the time' ne" qualities"- under his" com Pierce in some of the other States, the Atlas main trunk of 157 miles from Savannah
services rendered" the heterogeneous On motion of Linton Gen. John
and family, consisting of a wife and upon Stephens,
mission, which shall be issued immediately on to speak as follows of the Massachusetts ino: .East and South Florida.! By it she
five children all in room-he combination called the Lemociacy, W. A. Sanford was by acclamation called goes
alter the final canvass of the votes by which were one by j may he put in connectionvith Tampa Bar
his election in detei mined : Provided, however the door and the others lying down. A that the now.aday applicants alone found to preside over the deliberations of the Con appointments: at .a tJtal d'stance of 366 miles-of this.

That fhould it become necessary to fill stroke of lightning suddenly bereft Mr. their claims. What in the shape of ':politicall1l'inciples' vention, and Messrs. Wooldridge of Mus- "Little, of Marsh field, the late Free Soi miles will be in conjunction \\tl: ? the 13-
of from I
member the 2d
any such vacancy Lcfoie an election can be of life have entitle them Ward of Cass and of Clark Congress d held Caidwell ; and Mrs. Caldwell and I they to to I cogee, Peeples has been appointed Collector of Plymouth I
under the provisions of this Constitution ; but 74 miles of separate road for that
the Governor shall have the power to ., four of the children were also struck, bul t: place The chief appointments, both I were appointed a Committee to conduct him Lewis Josselyn, late Coalition Cerk! of the ,.with the ailvant.ij3 of passing purpose ry

fill such vacai.cy by appointment, and the the effects were not fatal. They are re North and South, have been of men who to the Chair.In Senate, has been appointed Surveyor of the I near the celebrate Mineral Springs s Su-
person so appointed t-liall hold his office covering. avow principles" different from these of r the course of the proceedings the Con. District: of Salem; J. S. C. Kno\lon, late \vann :e, the centre of Columbia -
Irom tbe.date of his commission until his Coalition Senator from county, -I County. And should the Central AtI .
the President) helped to elect, upon the vention went into ballot for a candidate for has been
successor shall be elected and recently appointed Postmaster of'
duly qualified. I lanlic and Gulf Road extended through
S.Ec. 5. lie further enacted, Tnat the The Fourth. most important question which has been before Governor, and on counting out the ballots Worcester; Mr. French, eiiitor of a Coalition I- ,Ito I Jacksonville; or St. Mary's e the line

second l section! of said act to amend the We learn that Captain Coxetter has prom the country for the last three years;:; it appeared that the Hon. CharlesJ. Jenkins, piper. Postmaster at Springfield: ; Mr. I t Alligator, 35 miles, would bs in common 1,

twelfth clause of the Constitution of this ed, upon the suggestion of several members and the boast of the official organ at Washington of the county of Richmond, received 170 Seaver, of Roxbury, Postmaster of that city; .!\ and! leave only 39! miles of separate road t

State and adopted by the third and fourth of the committee of fOI is that Mr. Pierce's single "principle"' votes ; the Hon. A. J. Miller 11 votes ; the Mr. Cal\\'el, of Cambiidge, Postmaster of reach Tampa. B3&- And just in this place!
General Assemblies as aforesaid, be and the arrangements of city,; Mr. Merl an out and out deserves to he noted that the little! deflection
tame is hereby abolished ; but it is' hereby the Fourth, to make an excursion on the since he has been in power lias been to reunite Hon. Asbury Hull received 17 votes, and abolitionist Vt'e required to Enter Florida E-ist of the Ala-

provided hat the General Assembly shall, river on the afternoon of that day. the party bands in his appointments. the Hon. J. M. Berrien received 4 votes. could mention several others, but these must pa ha shortens this distance nine m.Jef and

by the concuueiit vole of the two Houses Upon this, no doubt, all the recipients, ut On motion of Mr. Dawson of Greene, the suffice. These men are ail! niili.-lavery avoids re-crossing that river, which together -

thereof, at its next regular session, elect The Effigy-Darning: nt It'y'Veet. least, are agreed. nomination of CHARLES J. JENKINS Coal.tionists: men who were part and parcelof 1 would enhance the expense
some person to fill the vacancy which will that coalition which placed Henry Wilson k The annexed tables in
occur by expiration of the term of office of From a Key We'st letter in the New York We must confess we do not "believe in ro then made unanimous. at the head of the Senate of taschu.sels showing distances on wil various prove usfql lines oi

.that Judge who may draw the two year Tbune'e are enabled gather some cir tation in office," unless the "rotation" can We observe that the Hon. Robert Toombs and sent Charles Sunnier to the Senate road projected into East and South Florid,

term, under the provisions: sad second cumstances to which we may perhaps correctly instate safe men. Our advocates of rota and A. H. Stephens p.uticipated in the Con. of the U. States. for the better elucidation ol what is above.
section, wit ch is hereinabove declared to be Now the question to le settled i is, whether Foil Harlee is selected the .
tion" trouble themselves little vention. point of junction
abolished. trace the lately reported ffifry-lurn- about the the President knew the position of these a
because it is on the line of the
FIFTH GEXKBAC AjI; \.-Passed the SenAte ing of the Judge of the II. S. District Court, men ; but some of the appointments of Gen. gentlemen when tie appointed them to office lAnd i iSllrve's for Railroad army
1330.: by the rssed ConstitutiunaIIDRjul'it the llo-isu of ), December 13, The letter is dated June !the 8th. The writer r Pierce ought to shake their faith in the: MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES.-A to decide this question; i should be remembered la- a across the
Kcprcseutativea, by letter from Havana under date of 12th inst.,
the Constitutional majority, December 2J, 130. states that a gentleman who had been re! principle." For example, one Thompson states that the British steamer Avon arrivedat that he is a New England man, I. From Eat of Alapa'ia to St.
SIXTH; and has of late within
:: GKNEKALAssKMBi.Y.: -l'asjcJ the Sea- resided three hours' Ja
.te bjr the Couetittitional majority, December 2), siding there about a year, a native of the Campbell, of Illinois, has been appointed that place on the 9lb, from Vera Cruz, ride of Boston, and must have been well ac Mi!

1852. 1'assed the House of Representatives by'' Stale, happened to repeat in conversation I Land Commissioner in California, with a and left lor England the next day. She I quainted "with the politics of Massachusetts To Alligator,

the Constitutional majority, January 1, 1353.Xo. something he heard the captain of a wrecking salary of $8,000 per annum ; and Mr. Maloney don had on board the Mexican minister to Ln. and with the position occuped: by all our 2 Southern bend of River, 35
Senor Castillory Lanza He St. Bluff
l 2.] schooner say some time previously i in I of the same State, Register of tk eLand prolonged interview with the Cuban authori.! public men. He must, one would suppose, Marys' 36
AN ACT in amend the .Seventeenth ClaD so ot have known that Josselyn, Xnowlton and -
the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this regard to a ship that had :gone ashore, viz ::: office at Chicago, also a profitable office. tics.A others to whom lie has given important, 106

State.Sxc.: tthat had he (the wrecking been And yet the following interrogatives were report by a previous mail from From '
: J. Be rt enacted by the Senate and captain) I ,.coming offices, were coalitionists; that tbey were in 2. sami to Jidmil. .
House of Representatives of the State of lhe/r boarder to that ship, she would not propounded to Mr. Campbell, and also to: Havana, has some bearing on the above close alliance with the Free Soil par; that To Alligator, i 3.5Jacksonville

JHoridatn General Assembly convened, That have got out of the scrape,"' or something Mr. Maloney, both of whom answered to paragraph. The report was to the effect they voted for Free Soilers! for high a-ld important I. 60

the revrntecnth Clause! (If the fifth Article similar. The correspondent says this threat; them in the affirmative, and were elected to that Santa Anna had made an alliance between offices; that they gave aid and comfort I. -
the Free Soil
jtif the Constitution of to party, without which
vame is hereby HI amended this State ns he to read and the as was in relation to the Erin Go Bra h, that Congress in their State : Spain and Mexico to make ,\"aagainst that party would long since have dwindled I 3. From sime, via Fort Harlee, to S/.I/ar/i.-

/ollows, to-wit: 'There shall be one Solic. was ashore near Sand Key some time lasl 1 1.VitI you, if elected vote for and I the United States, and that, England had to a very small minority.. All this, it would To Alligator, 35

itor for each Circuit, who sl.all resi.le, therein I year. It appears information was given ol cordially in the support of a the bill prohibiting slavery' guarantied Cuba, upon condition that steps I seem>,> he must have known of his own Fort Harlee, 3

and shall be elected by the qualified voter the repetition of the remark by the gentleman : 3. Territory"Will vote for United and States would be taken to abolish slavery in the knowledge. But if he lacked informationon St. Marys,
support bill I hese
of Pouch Circuit, on the first in you a subjects, he could easily have obtained -
'October in the year one thousand eight hundred by a captain of wrecked vessel whc abolishing ",slavery in the District of Colum Island. I is mere newspaper gossip, so far it from the member of his cabinet 144 :.

was "on good terms" with the aforesaid bia? Would Spain make such an alliance with from Massachusetts. Gen.
and fifty-tlnee, and four very a Cushing was
every years 4.ViI, 4. From same,via Fort Harlee,to JacLioniile.To .
Jherealter, oral such times as the General wrecking aptain. Upon this, the lattei of the you vote brand advocate the Ripublie whose independence she has not L well acquainted with all the facts in reh I- Fort fiance, < "
repeal fugitive Slave Jaw .14
;.Assembly may by Jaw prescribe, and shallreceive way-laid or met the gentleman in a lonely the recent session of tongress? passed at yet recognised ? tion to the postion: which those men occupied Jacksonville, 49 ,"
for his services a compensation to and could have jriveti him all needednformatiol. .
be fixed by law.&EC. spot and severely beat him, which assault 4. "Will you advocate and vote for the -

2. tie it {",.Ier enacted, That such is pronounced cowardly, there being a great election of a Speaker of the House of Represenlalives -. The Savannah Republican remarks, in reference '13

elections shall he held and conducted, and inequality of size and strength between- the who shall be willing to organ. to the motley convention which The New Brunswicker of the 9th Fnstn 5. From s.im to Tampa. '
ize the committees of the House so as to nominated II. V. Johnson in speaking of the Fisheries "We To Fort thrIce, 7*
bereturns thereof made, in the same mannier captain and his victim, who was of slight for Governor 01 says :
(give the free States their just influence in have reason to believe that this Ocala, ?,*
is it I. year, u 4
now prescribed by lor Georgia : .
may frame &c. This aftckVas every '
followed the
hereafter be prescribed by law, for the elec. up business of legiilation1"To vessel found fishing within the prescribed Fort McClure,Warm Srings 3.
tion of member to Congicss from this State. hy threats against the agent of the American, these questions Mr. Thompson Cam. two "Re-united"were three "Southern Rights" and limits will be seized, and that the forbearanceof Tampa, 57i, '

Firm GENERAL A* EMBLY.-Passed the Sen. Board of Underwriters and the U. S. Judge i bell returns the following unequivocal an. convention. No Democrats voted for in last )'eari no longer be exercised. -
ate by the Constitutional majority,December 31, in connection with the reformed Whig dared to When are willing to deal 209 .
J850: Pawed> tho probably same affair. swers: aspire after honors in that
House of liepreseatatives by convention. No with us on equal From St.
terms, and to give fair 6. to Cedar Keys,
*h SIXTH. Constitutional GKXEKAL majority, January H, iS3l.. But after burning these two parlies in "To the first and second interrogatories, Ianswer indeed As Judge Hillyer said in his equivalents for valuable concessions we Via Fort Mary 141

by the CoIItitutionallDlljol'itr ASSEMBLY.-Passed, December tho SenAte 29.- effigy, (the correspondent! says,) the excited I unequivocally in the affirmative. speech"Reformed"there, "Ke-united" Democrat and shall be ready to meet them. Until then, ,7. From Jacksonville to Cedar Clark K. -

1852. Passed the House of Keprcsentatiret by parties cooled down and have kept quiet "To the fourth and fifth interrogatories, and have Whigs "are" at the foot, they must learn to respect the just rights of Same route, ._1! ;,
the Constitutional majority, January 18LAs : since." I answer unhesitatingly in the affirmative." to spell up. others in the same'manner they wish -
ever a the proposed.Eastern terminus
> a part (If the history of the political The correspondent writes a long letter, in These respondents are some of the new .' The Gardiner Case. own have rights respected, and they can certainly of Thus Pensc fm la and Georgia Railroad I

parties in this State, we lay before our rea- which he makes a sad account of Key appointees of Gen. Pierce, and against insist their no cause of complaint if we: Alligator miles 'would! be i iu common_

ders this morning, the material portions of West from these whose"rotatioi ," no objections are made. WASHINGTON, June, 22.-The effort to done on 'doing a they wish to be both to the nearest 'ports the Atlantic,
:the proceeding!* of the Democratic Conventional wrecking incidents-when Are their ervi .ts rendered," a bar to up the case of John Charles Gardiner cal hy. and to unite at Fort Harlee the Florida

Miljedgeville, on the 15th:) nssein- every body knows that that ocean bound city r complaint* agal ist their any' which there was I mis-trial on account of GEN. GARLAND.-This gentleman arrived Railroad to Tampa Bay or to Cedar.KeJJsThis

bled to nominate a candidate for Governor contains in its population many of our best, this principles ,or is the 10n'a reement of the jury,) yesterday at St. Louis on the 13th from Wash ton. 'would leave only sixty miles of separ
jit the ensuing general election. quiet acqu escence in their\ _selection failed. The Gpvernment stated road be b lift %
order-loving, and high.toned citizens. they had He is making a hasty march to New Mexico ]I. ate to ilt on the nearest .
The reflation* adopted by the Convention In the course of the business of rescuing a"betrayal" of i, eerily "ttj the pq liti iCaioadjutors 1 principles sent out another Commissioner. The de with orders to assume the command' 'c I f Jaacksonville, or miles to St Mary
,are old and familiar to our reader. Theyare they (and. their! Sonhern ) fence said they would send out a Commissioner the Ninth Military Division' Gar The whole ,distance by'this 1OUt.f1'O
we presume, again brought forth and wrecked properly, many irregularities occur, also. Generl Pensacola to St would be3T5.iflfl *
; make such a no win the hoca of1 land will leave in the first for ,Fort Mary.
Applied as adhesive: plasters, to bind together no doubt ; which should meet with proper i y: Leavenworth. Jacksonville 364 'o./J /-"
He is
...,.......... said by letter .writers 'miles/or'P
the lacerated 'jiaru of the Democratic firmness both in their contact with, public GOVERNMENT .At the latest advice_ from California, a from to have full instructions miles'fu'rther\h&n b* !)haOvo ,

tody l jxihtie.Ju opinion and the decisions of the marine t CAL 4 rUE ''V r.- duel was about to take place between Sen. from Wabingon,1, touching the claims be selected for theCentraLGuti. Ic4\O.

relation to the proceeding of this Con. Major Drake.of lje| .Topog?, tliea engineers, alor Gwih and to the Mesilla Trrritory. Gen. Garland i is Rilrod. '__ .
...ention,-" Imve hut court. We know nothing, however, of the, Representative MeCormick.
'e now one remark
to has been appointed run, bel bL ,line for an officer of experience and excellent Savannah urges fq.rlbet bet t qoimP'
offer The people of' ibe State will not particulars referred) than as, they are the proposed Government :Cana ,betweenPensacola They.were to fight with rifles. men, and he will not voluntarily ,invohe JUdE i cation to Tampa byVjunction\ at,Fort Iht'.

/ail to observe that in no part of these proceeding detailed jn the Tribune. The case received and', I ,. Henry Thompson- the country in a war without grounds' lee with the Florida Railroad, as: beforS11dicated \
Charles Smith
Xwhicl$ voluminous, and embrace ApalachieoIi, vice Colonel for it. go ,; in [rthat :case: St.-: Matt ;!
( iu
wont however from tbe" Marsh ,
aspect, 'rffigy- ; seamen on board the
amhot1 brig
other qra coming borne invalided
.allnN! subject aul
every anyalluion. : reached from 143
Advent e\
burning of Judge Martin i who would! have bound :.to ,.hcksonvihlcFla. have Ampba' '
.; ,whvteyer ii ,mad to the Report and '. Euiuo '
been -- cow belonging to
Resolution of the of been than to have: .From. California..Niwjbui ,. committed to jail i in 'Portsmouth 'Xa" JaclsQmiin' tit.
people Georgia, adopt certainly re prudent for laekof: bail in $500 each MiltonBuchahan, of 'Lincoln, 'Indiana" re; separo.croa Eu 4kiperha
ed by theirCunventonn, D c mber1850iThe : spuk.nan unfair.private opinion, and more t' ;-June i2'The:: Cretunt City the'next United Slates Court, to appear ,at cently'gave birth to seven calves.. ? ; Thistrould -upeti.sR&ilroJ'COilimaa!-,
on a 'of Tbis'i
: authoritative proceeding of.that Con. just than.to have given: an oppressive award has arrived bringing California dates to the disobedience and '"rolt. It seems charge that the most 'Extraordinary and, cW'cation: from PO5acotthrdghio.S1JM"1of : '"
l'ellticn' till trgarded u* "a .ridiculous 23d May She brings "$500,000' in also i ever me'tiollet In print. The;;cow" 'with JacktonrtUer not.increase'UMhtwaei
the West gold. the'mate
againtt Thompson
) Key tdvort. theTr6unl
"" .But : .
farce. 'fhevare: 11b1Cd over in ,tileijt contf4Ppt1eJ'U4ia4 insuled' dre\t of Railroad iraveL.is rnuchutbree.QIZr$
The markets all dieJ
are active buf unchanged- knife and fired :-twicer beriJ I.bpwevef,, t =
writer doubtless
hy.lbui.COil ffnliol1. "loom__UF' BOOM I *Tbe "
: mining-iDtelJageac / The when ,
: '. ,(Sivannnu/i.RqzbIican. iq bj;' ejiutlo' and ,by thus arraying '"the t legislature.has adjourned j, .-. .,y.' 3 refue to leredtog do tu\y. t.Q'nd. nn( way? 'AMM.,,, y' ill r' been-, The. .clipper chip Queen 'of Clippers":"'has"' It is' confldently\5Mrted: ihafWallwr J

Z.I -' ., s9I4NWYok-o135,00O.; hM accepted the.miswoa to .
i.o ,
2' '


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5=' U "!r .. .
-- "-' y-. _. .
is hereby announced as a candidate for Florida'RaIIroad.Oompany. *
the office
At a meeting of citizens of Jacksonrille! of Tax Assessor and CoUector of Duval county NOTICE i. beyby gived to the 5ubeerIbcr WASHINGTON YORE ADVERTISEMENTS., BALTIMORE 'AND NEW JCbODyine Foundry'

adjourned from Saturday night last to Mon- at the October election.GEAVELLT by, that in the Florida Rsilroj Comp.. -- a.F..
a meeting of I&i .JD
&/ erening last the object of which was HILL,Jnne 20! 1833. fore advertised fur the 13th Sl1bBcriben June jnst is hereto. AffKYAc't : c l d :c cIUPt.

to take measures for the celebration of thepnroachinj to the 12th July nut, and that postponed -

Fourth of July, Dr. JOHN H. ft We are authorized to announce JOHN W. otf said Subscribers will be held for the a meeting TBK SCBSCXUEK IS BKLUXQ- ALL DESCKIPTIOJ.S nnHE'fubfcribenT baIa g saIdb extensive aa4 .
11URDOCK va called to the Chair and C. PRICE as a candidate for Judge of Probate ot electing Directors of said Company G OF JL valuable improvement&f d. .. I'
meat, an now
PESW appointed Secretary. Duval county, at the ensuing election in October Tuesday the Tvtljth (12th) day of July Gold ad Silver Walcngs., Jewelry Steam prte nqpifti

The object of the meeting; being stated next. June 23d. next, and Silver Wa one to on. bnDd honei ,. :a

Dr. J. G. DKU. proposed that itcQp sMclHTOsH ft 12 o'clock at noon, at the Buffington House, : = af retail, at much less than usual prices. Saw) ". <
deliver the the Town Sugar Mills
be incited to or ; .
Esq. OJWeare authorized to Jacksonville in
announce OSCAR pursuance of the JU11GENSEN .
act or Hone Powers
Oration on that'occasion ; which proposal HART as a candidate for Judge of Probate of Dated incorporation.June lilt; 1S53.c. APOTHECARY HALLand Real Jules Jurgensen W 'VATCII'S Gris Milb,and; a other machinery used.

*u unanimously adopted.that GEORGE W. Duval County, at the ensuing election in October A. PRICE, 10111: G. LEJ.ItDON, Tea Depository. ry arrival, with certificates from him* each eve th country.Iron l
I. V. GARMIC proposed wit and Bran .
J. B. Casting
next. BRO'SO. G. watch warranted ,
June F41.BANJ
CALL Esqb invited to read the Declarationof 23d. 1. PXUEGaN' THOS- P. ""'NEU:S;, No. 3, Dr. Uyrne'a New Building, Jacksonville Jrfet tie-kqr, short Steam Ba Saw: Mill, and ether r at

on that day;which proposal! 4. M. ItEED. ,E.F.Where ATCIES notc.
orThe:: Friends of URIAH JACKSON: ,
BOWDEN Duplex and Levers
in (&
present Commttsionert. Hunting and Magie Cases r Machinery purchased from uuwfll
ins also unanimously moved that a committee of ten his name as a candidate for the office of ie16-d is kept constantly on hand a Large perfect.time-keepers. put in operation-. any part rf th State, .

C. Dacw SHERIFF OF DUVAL COUNTY, at the well selected assortment of INDEPENDENT SECOND, competent machinirtsywhen, d and
make such reasonable 'p
arrangements as
W appointed to October election. NOTICE. DRUGS and CHEMICALS and Quarter Second, Watches, for timing
for the occasion which homes and estimate famished
necessary ; in gold and silver Draing' ,1
were June 1,1S53.09GEOHGE. received C&
carried and amended just by late arrivals.warranted fresh and
so as toWV"
inn was CHRONOMETERS.Splendid .
*"* ---- THE genume. Also, PERFUMERY MOONEY
Test tthe appointment of said committee in ( STONE his -. RUSHES, SOAPS LAMPS, BURNING Gold Pocket Chronometers, which Founders I Makjjjs.

the Chair. The chair then appointed said a candidate for CLERK OF presents THE CIRCUIT name as ..BL CIOtBJlt: : ... :! FLUID, &c. &c., which will be sold low for run without any variation' Jacksonville March 1. 1852.aa .

Committee : C.WU1 WILLET cash.Country EIGHT DAY 101
COURT Duval county, at the October election orders solicited and punctually attended WATCHEs
atdhes which IRE
after this
,at the instance of several friends. date discontinue her trips for to. Physician's prescriptions put up with I
Dr. J. G. DELI, a few weeks, for the purpose of painting, care and despatch. E AMEL WATCHEs .

Dr. H. D. HOLLAND, I April 7th. cc. Due notice will be given when she resumes for Ladies, some in- c&u. AGENCY..
trips again. SYRUPS
A. i To the Votera P. S. The STEAMKB of own manufacture in WATCHES .Farmers Fir Incaraiie
Dnval County.I .CAROLINA, will my their highest state of for Ladioa f
S. BcFFINCTOJf, respectfully continue to run as usual- perfection, in their season, to beD had at the some in inagie cases. itle, New T.*C-pT.
J. A. BARE, announce myself my fellow-cit- Leaving Palatka every Monday morning and Counter. MAGIC CAPITAL

J. H. H. Boras, zens of Dnval County, as a candidate for the Jacksonville Tuesday. which change into thr WATCHES watchC. >. F. P.
E. \V. CLARK which Wind
H. Up
June 16. 3t Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. President.
Dr. WK. L'EsoLJ, of said County-pledging myself, if elected, to Agents. Tea of direct importation, and of tkirtv-four varieties and turn the hands without any,. key. Secretary.

JOHN CLARE. discharge my duties to the best of my abilities. ,from 4 to I lb.in a package,all warranted Fine. Gold Lapine Watches,4 holes, Granite P. .... Company St

On motion, I. V. GARKIE and F. C. BAR- I my2frtd I. V. GARNIE. New Butter. and at extremely lowprices.COCOUN'TRY jeweled. -' -' -' $23 0 Vie.

/S! Kegs new Delaware County Butter, DEALERS supplied, BT OKI Fine Gold Detached Levers, SO 0 CAPITALGKO. sx ; .
to act Marshals of' a
? were appoicted as E''Jf supe. EEJ10: ACCOMPANIED WITH CASH. Gold Enamelled Watches, for the Ladles 3a .
Day and ex.officio members of the I NO. 4 NO.4.New nor article, just received per steamer from Gold Patent 0 CCETM., Pres't, WI. h,DOE ca, S'
com- English Levers
the \ew\ork. F. \VAVEll & CO. Garden & Flower Seeds Plants &c. S 0
roittee of arrangements.It I June 14 16New Gold English Patent Levers, hanfg cases, l Knickerbocker Fire Insurance

was also moved and carried that the i Store, T. MCMILLAN. : Silver Patent Lvn as low" u 0 TVaterford, If. Y. C..pa7"
Chairman and Secretary be requested to No. 4, CORNER OF BYRNE'S BUILDING. Arrival. my26-y and all other styles of,Watches. equally 14 0 CAPITAL SI5o. .

the Speaker and Reader of their A prices. CHAS.C* JIM, Prest' ft D. Men
inform SB LUNG OFF. I!! Bags prime Rio Coffee; Great Bargain. See. '-

appointment.On ENTIRE STOCK will most positively 5 boxes St. Julicn :\ledoe Claret DfStsi Insures -
motion Capt. H. E. W. CUREVas: closed by the 23d July next; consisting 2 Hf bbls Fulton Market Beef DRUG Diamond Finger fire or proper against loss or daman by
in part I bbl Sal Soda; STORE FOR SAL.E. Rings, and Crosses, for sale at much Iou than other on as reasonable terms as any

appointed Treasurer of the Committee.The Ladies, Mens and Children's Hosiery, white, 2 tierces choice sugar-cured Hams THE Undersigned offers for sale his Stock of the usual prices. ana policies solvent company. Applications received
meeting then adjourned. black, brown,mix'd and slate colors I hhd prime Shoulders; UGSl\1E1JICIN'ES. &c.with, the priv. JEWELRY

JOHN H. MURDOCK Chairman. Solid and fancy colored Prints and Cambrics; 20 hf bbl,Gcneaee Flour; liege of the best store in the town. The stock AU kinds of GOLD CHA1 S. Pare Gold A. WrLBUn

C. DREW, Secretary. Scotch and domestic Ginghams; French Muslin Just received per schooners Minerva Wrightand was purchased with great care,and will compare WEDDING RINGS, Gold KEYS and SEALS Agent, 129 Coas .

and Muslin Uobes; figured and plain l>era
PLANK ROAD MEETING.All White,figured and plain Cambrics and Muslins:! ; prices of WAVER & CO. found. The trade is rapidly increasing, and as THIMBLES,BRACELETS,BItEAST PINS Oak Life Insurance (.T"'.

Lining and Dress Cambrics Furniture Prints and June 14. 16Fire the town is growing so rapidly a corresponding CUFF PINS, LCCKCTS, EArt RINGS, larl.r .

those who are interested in the Jacksonville Chintzes; Dress and Furniture Fringes:!; income of trade may be eipcc-ted. When the Gold and :SPECTACLES: Gold TOOTH CAPITAL 1230,000. with a large surplus. E
Silk and Cotton Bindings; Muslin and L Cam- Buckets. plank road now in contemplation is completed, PICKSCHARMSCIIATELE1NE CHAINS, dorsed by the State.

and Alligator Plank Road, are requested bric Handkerchiefs; Wv bite, Irish, and Slate Jacksonville will supply the interior of Florida, &c. &c. GILL, Pres't JAS. C.
Linens; 3-1 and 4-4 brown and bleach'd Goods Persons wishing to supply themselves with in a great measure with Goods. To any one ARE. M. ; Wn.aL S.-
to meet at the Court House this Buckets Sllrer "Ware. D, Physician
Brown Drilling and Cotton Osnaburgs; can do'so by making immediate .I wishing to engage in this business,a rare opportunity rannah. Eiam'g to&

(Wednesday} evening. White and colored Ltaen Drillings,and Farmers'Pants application to : WAVE: & CO. I is now ottered- My reasons for offering : STERLING SILVER SPOOKS, CUPS, FORES,
I Stuff Pavilion Gauze Jane 14. 16 the Store for sale, is that I have other business PIE KNIVES This company wi issue policies on the join
Needles, Pins, Cords, Hooks and Eyes, Tapes, I which will take all of my time. Any communication stock principle, upon the mutual that
Fresh Groceries and Provisions. combining the of both p
will be
Braids promptly attended to. benelt systems op-
col'd and white
In St. Ga. the Darning Spooldo Watches and tion of the iu
Mary's, on evening of the ;Othtnt. JOHN M. PAYNE. Jewelry exchanged. All Watches
Bbls Genesee Flour red
assorted Button! Fancy Vesting .
., by the Rev. W. D. HABLOW, :Mr. FRAN- Apron; and Furniture Checks Towel,;Napkins 30 17 Hf Rbla do do ; Jacksonville, Fla., May lth! 1853. returned.warranted to keep good time, or the money, premium Policies that will can red at the, 10wI rat of

CIS M. ADAMS, of Jacksonville! Florida to and Doylers: 23 Bbls Haltimore Flour; I site security to the insured and&c al'D na
Mus ISABEL McDuxjiLD, of St. Mary's.8&TI.C Hats I Caps.Boots and Shoes. A few of those inimitable 900 Lbs Bacon Sides BObks;, BOOKS.-Come one Repairs. institution. a

Bronze Ties, for Ladies. 500 Leaf Lard; BOOKS all, to see the new Books and Music, AH kind of Watches and Clocks cleaned and Policies issued for the benefit of a surrfaf

IN AM THEE LINE: 400 Choice Hams at the Drug Store on the Corner. Also a beautiful repaired in the best manner, at much less than woman, on the life of her'husband
friends of LESLIE. THOM P. I or an othft-
Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Rice; Hermetically sealed 1 Hhd P It Sugar assortment of Stationery, consisting of paper the usual prices. : person, will enure to her separate use. ,
SOX at present one of Associate Justices of Meats and Fish; Almonds, Raisins Brandy 2 Hf Bbls F 1tt Beef; of all kinds, Envelopes, Steel Pens, Drawing God sent by express or. mail to all parts of dently of her husband and of the claims ipJ"

the Supreme Court, announce him to the voters Fruit; Wines, Cordials, and all kinds: of Liquors 50 Small Bags Table Salt; Paper, Bristol Boards Crayohs, Port Cray&us, to Unted States. creditors. o I
Ale Lemon Candles 2 JILtS Molasses; Pencils, Playing aud Visiting Cards &c. Call GEO.
; Syrup; ; SLAVES
of Florida candidate for Chief Justice of the C.ALI onrernuat.t.
5 Boxes No 1 Soap: Tf s.
Ginger, Pepper! and Coffee ground, ready for ; and examine the assortment. Importer of
f State at the approaching election in October use; All Spices: Patent Medicines: 250 lbs Codfish: my26 J. M. PAYNE, Druggist. Wholesale and Retail. "! California and Australia Risks taken.
Matches Olives Cut and Chewing 2 Bbls Coffee Sugar;
!, ,
next. Soaps Plug A.
So. Wail at. %d floor
1 do Alcohol: near Itrnadvrnv, WILBURent
Tobacco Pickles Yeast and 1
; ; Powders Cigars New \
Spring Goods. NEW : Congress ;.
Snuff Starch I doz I Ib caus Tobacco; I6-y YORK.
J6-We are authorized to announce ; and Blacking.Also my26-y .
a well assorted :Stock of Glas. Crockery; 1 Bbl Pulverized Sugar; -
JAMES M..BAKER as a candidate for theoffice Hardware, and Cutlery; Carpenters' Tools, anda 1 do Pickles; HANKINSlL"HARDEE Snuff and Tobacco.PETER Woodman'sCherry

of Solicitor for the Eutern Judicial Circuit great variety of other articles. for cash only, 5 L'oxesflaker's Candles; LORILLARD, MANUFACTURER,

of the State of Florida, at the approaching at street Cf>X tJntu23?. 4, Bi'ilNE'S BUILDING, Bay Z I cask do Best Starch Brandy; HAVE: now in store, received per recent ar Ao. 42 Chthm.t., New York, Expectorant _

election in Octuber next.UfrUiWAt'S T. M. (1.Eft-ANO. Hf and Quarter Boxes Raisins, choice Segan, Very rich i French- Printed Muslins, Berages, OFFERS for talt articles war FOR THE CURE OF

-- ----- Sweet Oil, Matches Peas Yeast Powders Lakes of superior quality:Maccobny, Decline Asthma
-- Split De ; Muslins, in solid colors; Consumption, Bronchitis,
OINTMENT' PILLS AOAIX' scc- Never-failing Remedy. Cheese, Sugar: Crackers Soda do, Butter do, French and English Calicoes; also Scotch Fine, Coarse Cut Tobacco French in Ruppee tin-foil and and other Snuffs;; Wayting of the FleJi, Night Sweats, Spittingof
cissrn. 15 THE CURE OF A BAD Lia.-Extract: :lackerel, Pepper Sauce, &c.,just received per Shirtings and Sheetings of every quality and of the various papers ; Blood, Whooping
Joseph Grice and Olive,and for sale by particular description articles Cougti, Difficulty
of a letter from Mr. Brothcrton of Stangrat, F. WAVER & CO. 10-4,11-4,12-1 width; Lancaster- Quilts. tan be known ly sending for a full price currentas taViing. Colds, Cough influenza

near Bootle January 15th 1831 -'To ProfessorHollowsy above. 3m mar 17 Phthisic Pain
: I, je9 Also a large assortment f Ready-made Clothing 'e Si
-Sir, Al\er..y wife's confinement in &c. &0., all of which they will sell at the INDIARUBBER GOODS. And al Disease of

1S48, she aagbt a aeren told, which settled in ICE ICE ICE lowest market prices.N. and Lungs .
B. Store formerly occupied by Messrs. Subscriber would respectfully call the
her right leg and foot, eansrag it to swell to an g rK TONS just received from Boston and Moody & Boulter.. THE of his old customers and commended This is the remedy the s universally used and r
merchant by Faculty when it
enormous size, ultimately focusing into about floy Vr for sale by the subscribers. Jacksonville April 7th, 1S53.: 3m throughnut the United States and been .ledc

twenty wound* or ulcers, presenting a most fearful Orders from the country carefully and prompttyattended stock of Rubber Goods, manufactured by himself It intrnced opium or other dangerous
WAVER contint
to F. & CO. I
appearance. The pain the endured wag almost Jacksonville, May, 1353.BARGIANS New Spring Goods. stock expressly of for the CLOTHING spring trade, is of particularly 1853. His grcdient It u estimated, and a safe f the most delicate die annual'

iasupportaolc, and the treatment of her medical i I THE I undersigned has just received by steamer, deserving of inspection ; a it has never before ly in the United !C.persons consumption,

attendant did whatever. from New York, been complete nor the articles more perf.t.A .- u4
no good She therefore BARGIANS a Professor Eberly says a Y&number of

retired to give your Pills ani Ointment a trial, i HOLLOWAY'SOIN'rMENT. I II A Large Stock of Spring and Summer EXTENSIVE STOCK OF could be saved by the timely use of some promptremedy.
B.A.RGI4.NS Coat Capes Pants, Overal Leggings, Carriage Vv'e believe that a Medicine pos easing
1 Goods
am happy to say they have effected a per- i I I Cloth, Pant. Piano Cov Real Merit, will effect cures wherever it is and,

feet cure." 1 THE Subscriber begs leave to inform the pub- which he now offers to the public at very low ers. Gloves, Cay*, Belting, Engine at home &well a abroad. This is no Paregoric

-- -- ==' : I generally that he has removed from .No 2 nriccs for cash. The Assortment is complete in Packing, Life Pre.rvers, Air Tl., preparation,but one which if used in season '
Jacksonville- Prices- -Current.------ A CE1TPLE SETS AMOE HIS CRUTCHES AFTER Armstrong's corner, and Re-opened I every variety of style and fashion. Whips, and every description of will save the lives of thousands. Many certificates -

TEN TEARS1 SUFFERING. I.I.I in Doctor Forem 's Old Store V Among the :!?any articles may be found- constantly on hand. The above are warranted could be rlrishe.but it 1 prefII thatany
Sir. Cliemi.it Domestic and En"!' h. Prints; Do Ginghams; to stand climate, and will be sold at most reasonable Medicine on
Cerred"Veekly for the I Copy of a 7.eiterfrom Thompson, (or mint)where he would be pleased to meet his any sl itoW mert. T
Republican byF.WAVER&.CO. Orders solicited and attended is
Printed Muslins and Lawn*, from 10( cts. to prices promptly following only one
I Lh-tTjKxJL, d ted August ZOtli, 1852. old friends and customers, who may wish to pur- inZtbnavn thou.'Ulo.
to by ala from -
:3D ,
chase Groceries and Provisions. cts. per yard; .
To Prefauor HOLLOWA\: I). HOD3MAN, 27 Maiden Lane
----- I Fig'd and Plain Silk Tissues -
His stock consists of Hiram Smith's and Alfred Berageg; ;
1 furnish
DEAR SIR: am enabled to with a
you First from Broadway, and
s-- Tarltens :; JsconeU and corner Nsw
ec H. Smith's Family Flour; wLssl\Iull. plain Ottu. 9.18
most extraordinary effected by invalu- .
BACON, hams! 14 16 your checked R.Yau street New York. SIR-The public
perTh II low Ointment and {>iHs, which has astonished Double Extra Genessee, in half bbls ; ; Dar Knr a y
t'boulJerll, per Ib 9 n with the sufferer. ev-j Corn, Rice Grits, Hams ; French Cambrics,"jilai and plain; jan 2,1Watches a\a of the thousands of lJc
Si&. Ih 10 cry person acquainted Changeable Summer Silks, from Si't c. to $1 Lungs, under the titles of ,
per 10 Mr. W. Cummins, of Saltney It., Bacon Sides a fine article, Mess Pork ; do ; Gold and Silver Ware. P
BEEf, Fulton Market 4 bbls'12 years ago Butts ; Wide Black! Silks; Florence and Marceline Plasters,Liniments, fee., that are daily
in this town, was thrown from his hone wherebyhe L. II. MILLER C CO.,
IJRE.U) Silks to their notice through the by
,l\uy, periL received serious injuries. lIe had the :\Mackerel! in bbls and kits ; ; WHOLESALCWATCH newspapers way
l'm.t Ib 8 very A fine lot of Embroidered Swiss Shawls of aavertucments. My object in
per 611l Cod Fish. Colgate's pale aud yellow Soap very ; wtm&'t
best medical advice at the time, and was afterwards ; JEWELRY HOUSE
CTTEn, I do A few rich embroidered and plain Canton Crape note for publication to induce the
fancy M
inmate of different infirmaries he ; E. of Charles st. pbli
an yet
; No.227 Baltimore S. cor.
Goben prime. peT lb 23 II 2IWICKS ) I Colgate's Pearl Starch, manufactured from Shawls lt. least those who are afflicted, to-use
ht qu..lity per JU j S II 9 grew worse, and afterwards a malignant rnningulcer : Indian Corn ; White Lace Mantillas, &c; IMPORTERS English and Swiss Watches tame articles of real toe m Pulmonary Dittami

U do ftCr .. i settled in his hip, which so completely crippled Candles, perm ned Adamantine ; A choice lot of embroidered Goods Pointed I description, Watch case I I am conscious tha 5 doing, 1 am almo
him that he could not mot without crutchesfor
CANDLES,Sperm per lb 4f) II .4.1 he to Coffee, old Go erument Java ; Rio ; Collars; Makers and Manufacturers of fine Gold Jewelry.We unprofessional! deropk&th
2i nearly years. Recently began use Do. L. C. HJkfc Chimcsettes Underslcoves, call the attention of Southern and Western ,
Adamantine, per lb aTallow 37& Ointment and Pills, which have now healed Sugar, Stuart's crushed Refined and Loaf; ., d ret-J Jm
your Silver Ware to 1 refer
and of Medicine.
Cuds tic. dealers in ers
8 ,
periL II 10 A fine article of Porto Rico BrownCheese ;
CIIEE:5E the wound, strengthened his limb, and enabled ; The latest fashion of Ladies' Hats,at nr.low our very extensive stock, assuring them, that in Expectorant, which i'a'scientific remedy that 1
Pine Apple, lb 14I II Butter, Lard Yeast Powders, Salara-
him to dispense with his crutches, so that he can line shall allow establishment used with success than
article in our we any any
prices hav
Northern, lb 10 II 12 tus. Sal Soda ; ort
per with the and with :
walk renewedhealth
COFFEE Rio lb 101 II 11 greatest ease Nutmegs, Spice, Pepper Ginger Cinnamon Misses and Ladies'Flats; to surpass us, either in quantity, quality or usual l'rescriptidniused bv Pbvtieians.
Java, per perib J.I II and vigor J.(:Signed:THOMPSON.i ) Cloves ; Rich Bonnet Ribbon and Linings; or low prices. We are the only Wholesale House J. .M. MAIT LAND.M. D.Soldby .

Fish::: Mackerel No.1, i bbl 775No. I Pickles in jars, Sweet Oil; Lemmon Syrups, Ladies and Misses' Clippers, Ties,Gaitors, in this branch of trade in llaltimore, and shall '&
.%, ibbl 650 A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A DREADFUL :New Orleans do; Boots and Bootees; use every fair means to induce Southern and Western \V. .Lincoln,John a1I.ye.A.A.

}'LOURCanat, per hbl 600 II 7.bO 5EIX DISEASE, WHEN ALL MEDICAL AID Cordials ; Epsom Salts. FOE GE TLEm: :::'(. merchant to open acunt with us. Our Solomon & Co.J. D. Moore I. .Tar--
Co. Jas. H. Carter 1. Deford.
terms snail be as liberal accommodating as ner& Apotbcaries'
Besides assortment of other articles of Kcadv-mado Clothing
Baltimore, per bid HAD FAILED. a general A very fine assortment .
United Hall inSavannah and
IaA1Nco per bUlh 90 II 100eJljNPOw1JE1t of a Letter from :Mr. Hird Draper, of usually kept in a grocery, of the best quality, Pants, Coats, Vests of every style, quality, can possibly be found in the in 8tte showing our :I. ., i' a' Druggists'everywhere. ,
Copy We will take great pleasure -
per ke;: 450 II 550 which be will sell lowerforcash than the "Cheap; aud fashion; a beautiful style of Summer Hat T. -
tARt, per lb U II 15MOLAStES Ktady, itearGaituboro, dated March, '52. est Cash S. re.tt Come on, gentlemen; we shave for gentlemen; also a superior qual'ty of French goods to Southern and Weste.n wi'h merchant. OLIVER 3U BRAGG Broadway GeneralAgent., -
us or
,X. 0., per l .ao II 50ffR.UP To Professor HOLLOWAT: with a {barp Razor, warranted not to cut in the Boots and Gaitors; Shirts, Drawer, Wrappers; whether they open aennt. & CO., JOHS' 31.PA' Ne".Yor., .
Florida, per Kal SIR: Some time since one of my children was eye or tear across the grain. Collars, Cravats,&C. Cloths, Cassimeres,\ est- of Watches,Baltimore. Jacksonville '
afflicted with dreadful eruptions over the body N. WILLIAMS. hand. Also Tailoring done to feb3-6m Importers F.
OIL. Sperm, per gal I 2iLinteei. : may 19, 18.3. S. ings, always on March Sl-1,.
gal I 121 and limbs. I obtained the advice of several eminent order on short notice. ADVERTI SEI'J' ENT.
PORK. N. Y. Men, per bhl 20 00 surgeons and physicians, by all of whom SMITH'S FAMILY FLOUR. l'lanters wishing to make large bills can do as -

PORTER, London per dos 2 50 the case was considered hopeless. At length I HIRAM Hiram Smith's Family Flour. well at this store as any other in the :Southern 1OSDITIO: or .Alteratlr ...
IlAlSIXot, box 3 00BaANDY I tried TOUT Ointment and PilLI, and without exaggeration Also, a few Barrels Stewart's Syrup, States.A DIRECT TRADE. for lorat .

per pi 350 II 6 00WUlSKEY. the effect was miraculous; for by persevering Received per schooner Joseph Orice, large lot of Negro's Wear constantly on advertiser U prepared to receive COT- These powders have been extensively ttsed.irith .-

per in their use, all the eruptions quickly disappeared And for sale by hand. THE in this, or by his Agents, at anyother gener satisfaction, for the 0_

oDOapheIa. ra1 I 25 II 150SVGAa and the child was restored to perfect jn2 S. N. WILLIAMS. The public are solicited to call and examineGoodsaud of the American ports, and to forward it to condition uf horses,pr

Porto R.ieo per Ib 8 II 9 health. Prices, as they will find it to their interest any port in CHEAT BRITAIN, or on thcOON- .b iy disease .lrtwork, or.improper feedinsft l
Col'ee, perth per 9 II 10 I previously! lost a chiLl from a similar complaint WANTED-100 More Customers at tho to purchase at this store-every article being T1NENT OF EUROPE, a may be dirt requires but t ti manifest ft* iis
No.1. ( believe, bad I in her case Cash Store of Messrs. cash. this in an the and apearsnesoftheanimsianJUiaYbe
Crub.cI I 10 4 II and firmly sold cheap for bv consignors, or to sell in or tire action in improved spirit
Loaf petit Ib 10. 11 adopted your medicine, she would have been jn2 1IANKLNS & HARDEE. L. B. AM ERMA N, DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN MARKETS,and .eli'used both ass

SALT per aaek 175 laved also. I shall be happy to testify the truth No. 2 Byrne's Block corner Newrnan and to make CASH ADVANCES on it when r preventative and core fur many co.pJ.to
per 6 of this to any inquirer.Signed SIDE UP-WITH CARE. street.JACKSONVILLE ceived. Also to execute orders for any articles which they are subject such M ,. JfU-
Am .eUow, p l'lb 51 II J. IliaD RIGHT is Bay domestic Loss oC AppetitE, Yellow water,
88\T.1' ( ) ,Draper. The Undersigned constantly desired in any markth' ,
lb 9 10per23CO foreig bud
ll sizes II
per receiving New Goods-consisting of April 14. HENKY &c. Ueferenee gentlemen who havasjil
per ko
Spaabh, Croodsllardll'are Bowley's Wharf it with success can be Pen- t
Groceries Dry ,
aaullfaet'd 4 15 All ASTOS1&RIBO CURE OF A3 OLD LADY SEVENTY' Comion lercht,16
j.cO.3t For sale by T.McMILLlK.
"TEAS, H1'IO., per Ib 18t II 75Iflack YEARS OF AGE OF A BAD LEG. Ready Boots and made Shoes Clothing, Hats,and Caps, &e. &e. I TEN THOUSAND ACRES of LAND, Bltimor. "m.2 "
.pSTlb II 15WP.iE Copy of a Letter from Mesxr Walier & Co., They are all directed Right side up, with Including<< a J. O. .
,}ladelra, pet pi 400Cba.mjg.e Cltemiitt Bath. H mcCUCH NOC
dos t4 00 II IS care. to : Valuable Plantation with Extensive persons tr asdni .
per To Profeuor HOLLOW: jn2 WASHINGTON CIT u. C ; ALL land* on thf St. J bn's river .

DEAR SIR: Among the numerous cures effected :Improvements, in the Courts of the District and lying on both of the ror.b
SHIPPING LIlT. by the use of your valuable medicines in this Practices Pensions tact Store se lo 1 .
B tflOsTi lbsBACON SIDES, just re- known as the residence of the late Claims for Pay Hab O. .
neighborhood, we may mention that of an old /" y,VrVrVr eeived,nnd for sale low. by WELL.J. H.McbTOlB, Bounty Land, Lost Horses, &o. at tha north end TLkki.SOigS' s
PORT or JACK80 nLLE..DTJItED. lady living in the village of Preston, about five jn2 11ANKLNS & IIARDEE.3AlTES 1st. By a late act of aU widow* of a I shall prosecute all tresspasserl (tn*foil azeBlofth >
miles from this city. She bad ulcerated wounds Only Fifteen Miles from Jackionvfllt directly Soldiers' Congs 'Pensions. laW -'.

in her leg for many years; and latterly they increased HANHAffl upon the St. John's river. revolutionary 2d. The widows of I. ntite ad soldiers of the JOSEPH &L IlBB3fANDE2.June .-

June 27 Smith. New York. to such an alarming extent, as to defy all subscriber has been appointed Agent for Ute"War, War with Mexico, and1 th''frdaWar -3 _
SchrCtaHenge, the usual remedies her health rapidly giving The .
; constantly on hand a general as- and will show the premises are entitled to Pensions, if their r
the she endured. In this distressing the Administrators
CLZAlCD. under suffering of- died disease contracted
way killed in service, or Notce
wishing to purchase. were ;
Ointment -
condition she had recourse to your to anyone
June 28, Brig Sarah Wooster, Wooiter, N Y. I I and Pills, and by the assistance of friends Family Groceries and Provisions, Also, the Equipments of a Sugar House, embracing while in ..nic. have five eara'JnloD IX MONTHS.J,ftetIshaflap1yttbslion. u -

.. 25, Brig Zavalla, Friend Brunswick, Me. i was enabled to persevere in their use; until she Of which he is always receiving fresh supplies. the necessary apparatus connected wIth &AU are widows entitled to a reive their Pen- S .Judge of Plb for Duval county.'
M 23, Bark Henry Kelsey, Curtis,Navy Bay. received a perfect cure. We have ourselves been ALSO Sugar aqnDMtity of Machine and Tools used tar a final settlement ciJharc .Joint AxK
astonished at the effect so old a person, she Numerous Articles Household Furniture AIIIo addressing as trator.on the estate Cobgar/
upon of
f with Irott Geer- obtained by aboT Ob
23, Schr Wanenton, Crabtree N. Bcdlord. shall in raising and preparing Cotton These can b min
We happy
of : 'eb. deceased.,
Ming above 70 years age. Budding Fixtures B: f said county,
tfc. postpaid.
'* A Schr Florida, Kinney,New York. to satisfy any Inquiries as to the authenticity of ,ed Horse Power,in complete order.suit elfrCm GEO. C FIN'G.Ser'J .
to purchasers.
** 25, Rebecca Frue ,RocIhhKe1IDahuLTAKE this really wonderful case, either personally or by Customers are respectfully invited to call. The Termslibcral.Land will 'p&reelled" Notice. ..
F letter. ftJ-Store on Bay street, opposite Dr. Byrne's E. JOHNSON, -
A. private in the Bath police force, also, has Bnildings.)Q) jn2 for Administrator to a order of,the lon the Sale. .
;; IT COOLLY. been perfectly cured of an old scorbutic affection Agent 2tf AGREEABLE of the Eastern.ircui .of virtue issned from a '

wasted la the face,after all other means had failed. lIe C Oi.N.-500 bushels Flint Corn, a superior Jacksonville June 11853. the State of'10rid heldlu.cCo" County BY ti *'s Court, in and for the Connty of .
'Ot aununt pf tfjeir ICE baring states that U u entijely by the use of your ointI article,fur sale by of ColuubiaMay aL I will expose at public outcry,ta front of bo
._rs usftUr 0>*a usual the subscribers wouldjsaotes I meat aDd speaks loudly in its praise. jn2 JAMES HANHAM. COOPMAN'S flaking BstsAllsliment. IIJ the Court House door, in House door iD the town of Jsttaotorilta-

It t ,Jr patrons that they hare not MJDOre We remain dear sir, continues 'to the Town of AUgr Columbia county on the .Cu' first Monday ofJIy next, within the
te.eI' than nAetent lee to last one week. Fresh Baltimore Flour COOPMAN supply, first Monday nut the following de Oi of followlap .i'"
LOUR. 10 barrels hours
Your.1tblillt'Siped with
They have however ordered another cargo, ( ) k CO. F for sale by JAMES: HANH AM; the people of Section lands, to wit: Carter of ua or*
broW'bl bbb
*Wch wiliUb. .. (23.) township six, Oe Pby
"' they hope v M1I April 6th,IS52. j02 GOOD'DREAD, 'wet.Ay (6) rge ten years old; one ..a car.
F. WAVER & CO. .
ONLY (17)
with the Ou CASHJUtDCA&U ,eventeen of Simeon S.TyIerandMargrstC.T7-
be wed conjointly FOR roverty
The Pills should Uu-
Jacbosay1De! ;:r aD. 2.1,t8SL the following eases i ladll&I the property or Cader ter hi wife to satisfy said execution in farar .;
mad fa most }, Leaf Lard, Just received His is situated on Bav-street, 2 doors S county for the pur- .
store d.ad.
Sore Throat, LARD.barre G. Property pointed tut If
Bad Legs CbI o-fO'lt Fistulas JAMES IIatNIIAM.ja2 of Wm. (at oresent le of.i distribution said estate Theodore Myers. .
JOSEPH Y EERSAHP&Z: Gout SktoDiseases from the old corner Alp aU pose GtuO.rr.SJMITH.: S.JO. C.
BadBreasts,Chilblains, F. Waver U Go's,) where can at time the heirs or aid estate: i pintl. J..R. '
BUDS, .ChapMkaads Gla-daUrSweltog *JMST/zr f every de"SSnsTrom among YOUNG, By DWLl G.D&
DRAPER' "TAILoR, Scurvy. Bartons Corns,(soft,)Lumbago, barrels Syrup, for we by BRA' ., .AENDER Jun. 1,1833._ 9 .. -- -
8ead1. Careers rues Tumors, SYRUP.- JAMES flANIIAl1jn2 win find i t convenient ROBERTS -
JACKSONVILLE E. F. Bore the country -. "
Ulcers; Scald,' Wounds, fresh; ARTHUR : ><
themselves with th a Cottz NOTICE.TflfftTY'PA'YSfrom -
to '
JOSEPH V.HERNAhUEZ retiro* taanks Sore NippS Yaws?- Coao-hay,Elephantiasis biscouater Private supplied June 4th.' 1S53. 9-li _. _- dUU I win at "'f ,
Wends and the wiblie generally for ofMosquitoe$and Sand Flies, .... ColanA
Bite A Rosewood Piano -
.7*tittrsJ JI I'OD&P'". has reeeived and hoes, I Contracted and Stiff JointsSold PIANO lien FOR frame SALE., Jl1g-received and for Ale i Parties toW.beofore.f u:1\-.can ,..all 'Notice : order sell the real estate ru oG* et.f. .

."'I1&riG&.*. .*fttsetto.t.the_.. .bMef.,to muU.reeelr eooUo-fine at the establishment of Professor HoUo- b1 JAMES UAN1L\M., times b accommodated wit promptness. and onBOT&SBfflSSCTSgg :' it nfr/eoncern ':r tnjnAti&g .ride'd& 1J'olcl Cw&
JUvine a i .
? Just (1Tealp" Bar,) London, ALL whm' ,
Strand ifth .
""**?t-.t.r Goods,eonsJstlBg of blue and black 1 war'' 234 Vendors of Medicines throughoutthe jd rube ter & Ito the day of July, A Smith, 'a'o' range q. .J-
the of town
: OT tiS ef ere tq aliUes,black and eolors4 I Il'CAHMEItEfiJ. end United by aU Sta-tel inJlO&a,.t 17.eta..fJ1 eta-, and oo lba Bacon, for-.1e b1 the liberal evidenese or' ouragemSn.which J. A. B..oSt. Guardian.1on. Heaa half of a Ibtl o quarter. seetsO" ,&W
'LINENS sad DRILLS for 1 the 'prineipsi B'A"'nN. _JAMES IIANILUL, end, Wit I. Fora 15AU the 'north half
"Wholea.b ti1' whil .1'
each. J have r.iYd .hip
81 50eta. Judge pfUi e CWnit Kaer.Ci 'a"rp
VESTU\GS ef 4i&nGt TRIM. : A. 11.k a the e. f the'5Sthdstt
Meara. reot
fc patterns.: Drug houses In the Union; and by jn2' : whlch'i. of,Florida, f .t .. .
\ fcB,direct Irom U..Nortblaeltp"-J Yoft. aiD f the bread i a.hI f JacU'r the .
New qur.
)s'54 *zee.t.all work e traate4 to fail can. V. SudI I&t1DItUI&r l" to sell te ral ek' mOI. la. a- B, tOWubInT
eou14erabJ."tq by UIK& of
{. There Is '. TO P11BCII.- of thr h1 &d 11 a u ql.1
"'Be bijuIteb. -a ..vbaalks ...cur.2C in county. NasteialdClrCuItA.B. all said u .
: 1 a.. .n. "..... 'IL, tr'reeuOo 1M tta. guidinee r}l&tletaM ZEWED! wishes > to use situated DeR'I. t o u14county of CulnmbiaV -:
I wsrran&oIOTfO Ssss.i waSg-g Mn, 1 f
..bs L"- Dr. B1fDI' anr kiLti c, sxs4 to each pot. ill SMITH,'Goirdian. Cn.UU.ESA&T.. .
rt c.w Idt JIrioq Ih&J1 ...aoclera&e. aaa Ia f'm1,4i1orc1er ar, iaisaionvmi'ze wh1cbL&, 'S jt iBSg-S -' TBEftSffiBk1! 23. & .
,. ,Jlt1oj r
Ir. r..u- wsnaa.dtoIt. D.Tili: 0i'DtmU':,'Ii. for iali ,, H NlL itreet; : I jt1m :.
-aea.ictu.g: aa4 upulii It'a\ thesbortert 1 bl' )fcMILLANJ'IhlI.: Jelff-tf Bay I
re' 10-, .Ilia.7.y .



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.5 V' SAVANNAH CH R. STO.i'A V RT EMENT: UCI1AFE' :? r\VST n t.J --:li0 .-}tCROFT5-V = .;:;tCJ rlesJoppl; ; {Qrj

:,OLIVEB'.Ji'AmrnM '
I : Grocem Liquor, and itzsin\m ns' 'Wharf '
No.79 .EastByoppost -
r. : 'tats'pap" 'H Ml tothebaodaofm3ny rIAIO AID Provision iJealcr.No. ,

.nLwho iu are not la the and habit especially reading those advertieetnenU rclaUnf -- SMETS' 189 EASrBAYCllARtESTDN: ,-CHARLESTON" S. C.:, Palalka, .' .. -- ..., ,
Through in 24 to 30 JIO
'bOW'pn. to AS constantly on hand a well elected stockof i.
it Rronghtou
to deem a duty
we cask
inform rach and tboso who have Dott1crlo I W. iO1tLtEL.L. Liquors and Groceries which be otters Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign LEMON SYRUP, In half pipes quarter each. .Time CAROLINA witt Jean C1aar1estoa-
person all in boxes of one dosen ;
barrels and
their sale low Orders from the country carefully Wines Cordials.Segaru kegs Saturday at 9 P.M.' lte&urulnC"'ill
the fact from own epr- and Domestic Liquors Jamaica Lime Juice do do do do. lsa,.i'j'
thkt Mexican promptly attended to. &c. Manufacturers LATKA ever Monday at 7 A..M., l'ieolat 1
Honse boxes.
in whole, half and quarter
intrinsically, the -CASH oa CITY ACCEPTANCE. A. M., and Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 JP
Liniment Is really truly and Fnrultare by \ {jCj-Terms of Lemon Syrup of superior quality. Lobsters, Mackerel, Salmon and Clams In 1 A.
best remedy ever before offered to the amicedfor .AJ1ri11.y .. The FLORIDA will leave CharlestoV
stiffness or soreness FIE subscriber eonttantlu on hand nn extensive su.pplyof canisters. Tuesday at 3 P. M.< Returning,will
rheumatism, neuralgia Keep in boxes of 9 .
of the East India Preserved Ginger
,of jouits, muscles or tendons For cut bruises, known establishment, GEO. ABBOTT & 0., the f arhrltt, which they art prepared each. latka Thursday 10 o'clock A.M.; Black flit

"burnt, or scalds, !r nipples, caked &c.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS to tell tn City and Country Machantt on their jars French Cherries in Brandy in boxes of 1 do*. 3 P. M.; Jacksonville Frid y."o'eloek.A..L
it is unrivalled excellence, and we Lave proved PURN1'UlEald :.Jil 1T Ja G! usual liberal terms each. V These steamers connect with all tb...terior
it U be a ccrtain for the piles. Wo can, ( r.Y.-J. J. J. J. ROU9S, Stages of East Florida and connect both
remedy House-keepers and COCNAC BRA;; Dnpny ; Fruits in Brandy, in boxes of 1 dozen each w'11
therefore, confidently recommend it, and advise selves with OILS VAENISH Pinet, Castillon & Co., J. llcnnesy P. 11. Go- a&orted. with the New York steamships. Carolina E&
reader to try it, feeling a of givIng ever Otard & Co., S roads,and the Wilmington RoW.CCJPasswgo'from .
every certainty forming a .tor dard & Co.. Leger Frcres, Dupuy i lo do in their own jaico, do do.
satisfaction by giving relief. Everything in the IN no GLASS, J. & F. Martel and otter choice brands. In Pie Frnits,do do. Charleston to JacksonTffl.

:NEW YOKE,Jnly 31, 1852. kept on hand every description of Paints found half pipes, quarter and eighth casks,and in boxes I Stuart's and Loverin:'s Steam Refined Sn- t8: from Charleston to Palatka, $10. V
In a Valnt Store, For further particulars apply toV
of 1 doz. each.AIEa1caN .
that have used the compound and Kitchen
We hereby known as certify the Mustang Liniment and have upon as pod terms No. 97 East Bay, Charleston, 8. C. BRANDT- ttb proof in imitation of gaTe.Do Loaf, in boxes and halt boxes of 16 loaves BELLECHASSE J. W.CALDW P.LL,Charlestorf

hesitation in rccoinincndii'g it 8 the best article at the .North. French,in half pipes. quarter and eighth casks. k FINEGAN'Jackuyil1t '
we have ever used for the cure of sprains, Od Also on hand Fresh Cainphone and Horning Do do 1st proof, in barrels. each.Do Crushed in barrels.Do R. R ,

rails, cuU, britt &e., on horses. march 2. Fluid, and every description of Lamps nnd Chan- HOLLAND Gix-Pine Apple, Anchor,. Cologne Ground or Pulverized in barrels.. __ Feb.IO-tf PE1D Pala\k& V
,AU who doubt this, will please call on the undergned for burning the same, at the Manr'1"- and Clover Leaf Urands. Do Steam Refined Candy in boxes or 4 lbS.each. .
and they will be happy to afford all 'VEBS'I'E15t 'prices.AgEnt WHISKEY-Irish and Seotcli. I' V ,

... Inf.rmltol iu their power as regards its \ for Blokes Fire Proof Paint.April Do Monongahcla, 1st and 2J quality. Almonds, best Bordeaux and Marseilles soft Opposition Line, carrying
LV 'rz DAI.L & Co. Do O'.Mara, PitUburg Sheaf Rye and .and hard shell.
.mca1. Pror.itlot Manhattan Stage Co. G U O C 7-y -5----- Bourbon. Castile Soap of superior quality, in Jboxej of the U.\S. Mail,
Do Baltimore, Western Rye and New about 25 Ib;.each.
Crews & Brawley
Johnston BETWE JIFalatka .
from letter dated ,
Extract a (Successors to A. Orleans rectified. Jackson's No. 1.
: SACRAKE.ITO CITY, Cal., Aug. 15, 1832. IMPORTERS AND VTUILESALn DEALERS INDRY HUM-Old Jamaica, St. Croix, New Orleans Corks Soap Velvet Wine, in bales and bags of 7 Fla., and Sarannah, Qa

I believe the Mustang Liniment most an excellent NO. 195 .CtODS and New England. gross ca'h. (INSIDE 'ALlj THE'WAY.)
My wife brought couple of bottles PEACH BRAND*-Old North Carolina and V ir- Do, common Pottle, bags 7 gross. Via Picolata. Black Creek, and Jackiovtflt
Jan. 27-Gm.
arice. C. .
which I ma t thank you for.IHnceshe NO.181 EAST BAY,CIIAlll.XvrOff,S. ginia.. Do, Jug and Tap, I"' Fla., and St. Mary't Brunswick
came here, my horse fell down with JOS. W. V ApPLE BKAKDY New Jersey and North Caro- Do Velvet Demijohn, 4 and S gross Ga. and Dalrien :

me, and injured me considerably, but broke no B HI A. S. JOHNSON, J. II. BRAWLEY, lina. Vinegar White Wine, in quarter catks.I I
bones. 1 had recourse to tho Liniment; and the A. J. CREWS, JAMES M. ERA WLET, CoRriiALS-Noycan. Perfect Love Annisett,I Do, Cider or Apple, i i. barrels. "rhhi'STAM PACKET

: 1lof. ia fact the care. was aMouiahing. FACTORS AND AUSTIN CASNADAY, A. S. J. PERRY Rose, Cinnamon and Peppermint.ViNESMadeirn Co.sar' &,! F.a'RA large assortment of Rio Hondo, ';\.a.-.r.T_ Jl WEI.AKA. CsotsiaV
Newton Gordon,
(Signed) I). RA51SOM.Kxtract \ ConwLicion F'ilautroaVasliington, and other KING. fcares.Palatka
fro- a letter dstedPIIITT4'ri:01 jan J-ly Co., Leacock and Jardine in 1 and j casks. 'I[choice brands, of direct importation. Also Floridas -' at 8 o'clock. erery Monday moruiaC
SA Port, Pago's, Key and other choice brand. Havana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes. *
Ovt. 5 1932. \A Arrives at Jacksonville
1a., P. ft. tit, McCARTER & CO., Sherry pale, Daff Gordon & Co., BcniUa and TOBACCO-P. Robinson's celebrated HoneyDew leaves Tuesday morning at tame 3 evening. sad
Another eirncnutiincc which I noticed Ohio, j jan27-Cm (SUCCESSOR MYAUTER &ALLEN,) other choice brands. J lb. plugs, in whole and half boxes of 100 at all the intermediate places at above., teuelhr
a few days Mgo, 1 thought spoke bifchly:; of the Do do Brown, -lo do. J'lbs each. Fare 1
virtues of tho Mustang i-emg iu the office of WHOLESALE Do TcueriiTe, V'entoao's London rarticula.rand' Do Hough and Ready ip kegs of about 130bs Black Throagb .from Palatka Picoha; aaa

opened a physician the door of of high his standing book-ft., I noticed I\"erl bottles Mho :' B mm All n $pI! Cargo Do Sicily do. Madeira, quarter V casks. Do, eaoh.WonTsPremium Tobacco in S's, 8'., and Through Creek Fare from- Jacksonville-' V ,, IS.' 05 IX

orMusUng, along aide of which was an empty Hfl Corner Meeting and Pinckney-sts., Do Malaga, dry and sweet, in 4 and \ casks. !lib. V Xj-X.15.The Welaka connect wu1 t_

Mustang {..Ule.lnd a t\\1 ounce. prescription via Gn LERI S. C. Lo\no\ 1'oRTER-Byass' quarts and pints. Do El Dorado, in boxes 40 to 45 los each stf'l1uulJp.sta' ott Georgia, for ''-
filled with Mustang Liniment, on was Charleston, Do Scotch and East India Ale, quarts & pints And variety of other brands, in 5's.Wt, and phiL V
following direction .Hub the throat well FOREIGN AND CHAMPAGNE CIPER-Hosesone dozen each. AOE7ITS ;

1bo light and inoruiiig with the Liniment, and wrap NO. 190 gsr A complete assortment of LAVV, "Do do Casks three and six dozen each. 4 lb.Smoking plugs. Tobacco, in boxes of 5 and S dozen K. R.DUKE, Palatka.

a cloth arOLnJ it." J. P. FLEMING. (Opposite Messrs. MEDICAL l SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS WINE BITTERS-Boxes, one dozen each, an Jon,4 and S ox. papers.NViuu F. WAVKR. &CO. Jacksonville.

B. II.Meckiugs,Walnut-street,Cincinnati, Formerly occupied BOOKS, 'together with BLANK BOOKS draught. I 1 Dottles! -French and German Patent in S.?.LAFFITEAU.' SavannaU.
was confined to hs! bed under treatment of a Cordials assorted, do do. Fch.24-tf
pbybU-ian some six '" alt, neuralgia, of the Y PAP E Rand STATIONERY, of every Claret Wine, do do. hampers, ono gross ench. "
side lejr and face: his M'WAHON. hand, and offered kr-Quarts, piuts, and halfr.ints. United States Mail Line
tlhis arm
whole right I JOHN description, kept constantly on Madeira do (10. Jeniibn'-1, 2, 3. J. and 5 gallons. ,

sufferings were inlcscrbablo. and the only while ccs- ]ai,27-ly___ at the lowest prices. jan6-6m Port do do. Cnn.I.es-perm, lcarl, and Ad.&mantinc. BETWEEN
iation from the ig ng pain, was Sherry do do. .
1U .
Picklesnd! Sauces.1'E.IIytin
under the influence of opium or morphine. I I is Ar CHAELESTON HOTEL Champagne, in basketone dozen each quarts Imperial, and Elacfc. Falatka, Fla., and. Savannah, Ga,.
advised him to try tho Mustang Eoacuo CiUhoan
finally llcidseick ,
doctor tMttitS and piut -Fng, INSIDE ALL THE
5-ly ( WAY
Liniment; he did so, and in two days was able togo and other brands. j.in ,)
about his bushier, perfectly cun'. C.UMIS BT The above comprise some of tho finest Wines Via Picohla, Black Creek and JaclarmvillA

VOICE FROM TiE SOfTH. FA D. MIXER. imported. _ _ Fla., and St. Mam's. BrunvtieL mJ..
Meeting' street, between }fntne and Pinckney, = = ----'f -
The Mexican Mu tang Liniment has been used O.W. ANDERSON, J. --- Darien, Ga.

In my Jauiily, and on my plantation, for a great jau27-ly CHARLESTON. S. C. STATE OF FLORIDA. For Sale. I

Variety diseases requiring an external application jan C-ly ____ I ttcI .:lire STEAM PACKET tvx.I .

aiid b:,!never failed to give immediate relief PROPOSED AMENDMENTS THE CO'lHITUTIO Valuable and Cotton i ASTO.Vc pt.T.E.frlUW.

and'cfled a permanent curt. 1 have cured AND 3i iU t'''Jl OF SAID STATE, Sugar 1 I leaves Polatka- every Thnrsday morning it 8

several rlC(If rheumatism that had resisted the } Adopted bv the sixth General Assembly Land in Florida.rhlE I o'clock. V
kill of our best "h 'hn It has cured ring Coniii issiorf'31crcliant.WHOLESALE Arrives at Jacksonville same evening'ud
: Xo. L
S V [ ] tinrlersigned offers the following ValM. -
worms by a single npplimtiAn; c'ailibUins in I 10 12 AND 14 \ : DEALER ACT alter the Fourteenth ami I leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clock, toucb log
AN to and amend uable Property for sale, viz :
few days; toothache immediately; frost bites, TTTWIK Subscriber In Groceries and LIquors. Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Articlf.I lIiSUGAIlPLANATlON% known as St. I at all the intermediate joints as above.fxN. .

cuts,headache sores and corns cured, }.y I few applications Iii fact, I ;have IHT- will Si bc call made at his to:. NO. 139 EAST 11.CJUIU.r.3T\ and the Thirteenth and fcistccr.th Clauses it I 1oei.hs. .itlJn.tc.1 in St. Johns county, at the .n The new steamer

TOUS entirely. C. the Fifth Article of the Constitution of tliubtate. uu.iil of Matanzss River, in GrG.bamwlmp, I II "St.. "
used it for almost everything, and it has always nnd mo:varied ns N, S. I John,
l:;*:0 of which about SCO of
acre are
cured. I cuuMdcr it the bew medicine 1 have lor Stovc from Ian 6-ly I '
: wilt be the
used. JOHNSON, kinds of Hollow :EC. 1. Be itmarteel b" the Senate and llll/ rich loam, based on marl ; 500 arc well cleared! now nearly finished put on line.
.rer -CONnoT & CO. I the Florida in Cen ditched and at under cultivation I The Steamer William Gaston
Fronric-tor. of the )1rshaUlloue. Wooden-ware, JEltKiI3 (f Iltpretevlnliccs of State f thoroughly present coitneets t
riVal Assembly conceited, 'lh.it the fourteenth ; about 5> acres of well re-supplied and \vltU the ? :\" Tork Steamers evcrySaiar- *
barrel Pistols, OiM'cr inS
and Retail
1S32 WInenl.
SAVANNAH June 24, '
: & &1. Also 'lauscof the third Article of the Constitution o'f plant cane. Ventrally located on the plantation I I day.I .
K. Moore one of tUt editors and .C BBIDLBS be a superior Steam Engine,with mill and I Through Fare from Paktka PieolaU.
A. T.si rro- kinds of Plain, : S DDL this State so altered amid amended as to read:tis Sugar ana
prietors of the .Savannah (tia.) Republican," Cnmuhene nnd aol Culiows,viz: -Thereshall be a Secretary of I complete Sugar works, capable manufacturing I Black Creek, VI $3 to
in that paper of the 2Jth: Deecmher, 1851, says: h.indfjan27- SADDLE & CARPET BAGS, State elected by the qualified voters of this 't-t : 10 to 15 lihdd per day and saw mill attached I Trough Fare from Jacksonville, 6VSGF'STS. 00
Our personal experience enables us to recommend -_ IIAILNESS, on the first Monday iu October, in the year 13fi.: running two single saw*. Also, finely situatedon .
the Mexican Mustang Limment to the WHIP, TRUNK. VALISES &C.. &C., &C.No. who shall continue in office during the term of pine land and comaanuinj a view of the whole I A. C IICRTZ. Palatka.BfcBEU : .

public with cntilc.ns we have felt the good 165 MEETING STREET, four years; and he shall keep a fair register of the |plantation a comfortable two story and attic !I & 'O., Jacksonville.
eflects upon ankle, which receivedgreat Charleston Hotel. official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and!I flame dwelling house, containing! ten rooms, and I CLAOHORN & CO., Savanna"
benefit. from one application, and has been nay Opposite shall, when required,lay )he same,and nil paper necessary out buil ipg'l. The works and building I Feb.21tf
curd by 6cca.-4on.ally using it for 1 week. A T all times jan 6-ly _CHARLESTON s. c. minutes and vouchers relative thereto, before the are 'all in complete wler for- immediate1oecupation. .
Mr.J. F. MOrphy, of the firm Murphy, Gait ti General Assembly, and shall perform such other AIm a Cue stock several hundred I FOR! PHILADELPHIA .

it; Co of this c"y,8ayl that by the use of the : HARDWARE.COURTIJEY luties as may be required of him bylaw: -1head : Dnrharas. and common breeds of
Mustang Liniment he has received more benefit tided That the term of o2icc of the Secretary of Jcuttle, and a stock of about SO full breed West United :
than from any other remedy he has used, and Which they are TEMNEETT Et Co.. State to be elected under this amended Constitution -I India Sheep. which,will bo sold with the plantation -I States Mail Line
now feels better than he has fur the last six years. the best manner. shall not commence until the term of office, if desired, or separately.ALSO. -
for themselves, com incut a are unue.Cls3ryDulton DIRECT IVPOP.TETtS OF the .
Fat speak of officer now elected shall expire. Philadelphia and &MIIJlQ.Seam Naviga-
Times Feb. 10. A large Stock of HARDWARE, CUTLERY" GUNS, PISTors SEC. 2. Be it fmther enacted. That the twenty-I The tract known as "St. Ann," containing
Rhr.nvmtim.-Tbis is t certify that my wife terials and well &c., third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution -G75 acres, mostly of high heavy hammock and lion Ccmpauy.IlC >
was afflicted with se\.tre chronic rhcnlati ln. With a large. No. 35 H iifne Sf reef. .. \ of this state be t>o altered and amended 11"I prairie having a rich soil from thiee to MX feet 4 new and splendid sM.-
She hal suffered for months with the inest ex- Hats, Caps Cano b...tf'nsj n< a C.a to read as follows, viz: A State Treasurer and in depth, based on marl. V 7-.m wheel steamship .

cruciating pains-she had tried rheumatic com Stocks, Scarf, &" V/M. COURTNEY, G.D.TENNENT, Comptroller of luLliecc01 n.ts shall be elected Atso _. STATFI OF GEORGIA
pound4 ICICr1 and almost everything recommended sold at the LOWE JAM IS e. EVA S. by" the qualified. electors of this State on the first I I. two tracts known respectively as lah I Ifuu ton*regisier i ,Capt.WALTER COLLINS

dreadful disease. None of them Savannah, \ jan G-ly Monday in October in the year 130, and every ." and "Bella VtiU," adjoining each I I will leave Savannah as follows :
relieved her pains in the least. She used one fifty two years thereafter. other,and being at the head and on the East I Wednesday, February "Wednesday, May i.
cent bottle of Mustang Liniment. and it cured WM. S"S IA fA 'r 'R11i t SEC. 3. Be it further marled, That the thirteenth -;Me Mutanzas Hirer and containing ia all I I ,16. March 9. MavlS.ilarth .
U"i .Jitd.Jw
her entirely f-he is now perfectly well, and reeommeu.le'd ) Clause of the filth Article of the Con-titu-I 117-3 a all of her friends to use the Mustang DUAPEU MA.NVFACTUREIl ,AM DKALER IN tion of this State be so altered and amended a which i heavy hammock *nd St. Ann, lie April 6. .6&, JOBS li
I joiment JAS. L. OLU Ell. nt.AtQl:: r .cP i to read as follows viz The Clerk of the Supreme[i immediately contiguous to St. Joseph, and i I April 20 Junta

Savannah, Jan. J, 1852. A 161 1\JEETI G.STnEET, Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery wight be conveniently cultivated with it, thus This Ship haa been built pills the strictest regard -

A* ECHO FROM THE WEST.Mn. tflEA D'-. janC-ly CHARLESTON, s. c.IVholcBixlc fchall be elected by the qualified electors of thir forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upward I to the safety aol comfort of her passengers
NO. 17 '''tate on the first .Monday! : in ()October the :year I < of2IKK acres. The balance of these two I and!accommodations are unsurpassed by asy
B., of!?t Louis, was nursing a young lint & Cnp AVarchotwe, 1356, and every four years thereafter, and the tracts i is of Live Oak hammock. based on closely I steamship on the coast.A ,

child, one nipplebecamevery sore, an.i the breast Gloves 1G1, MEETING ST., opposite Charles- Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture I new.,steamship now bniMing. e'reryn-
Inflamed and caked hard. A f'I application of NO.ton Hotel Charleston. The! undersignedhas qualified electors, in such manne as is now and of the first quality for Sea Island Cot- spect equal to the "SL1. e,of Georgia,"w ill take
the Mustang Liniment lieu led the nipple, yesnovedthe in Store and is constantly receiving from.bl$ or may hereafter be prescribed by law. ton and Tc'"acco They might be easily brought herplaceiri the lins'dnria.5 tlio month of Jan

hardnen and inflammation from the jin27-ly nevern.1 manufacturers, all of tho different; kindsof SEC. 4. He it fatther envrtrd. That the sixteenth -I under cultivation, having been in years passed I next and will, with the .State of Georgia,"
'rea t. and she had no further trouble with it. Clause of the fifth Article the Constitution cultivated in make line
!BUTTER AND HATS and CAPri suitable for the southernand -' Cotton of which the yield wes weekly ,leaving each 'lace on Wst*
JCumerou cases of this description hare come to southwestern markets, to which he invites the of this Stato be, and the same is hereby so I frequently one bale of ginned cotton to the aere. I I nes.lay. V
our knowledge, and it is always effectual. attention of merchants desiring good in his line. altered and amended as to read as follows, viz :There U on the place a large number of sweet : Cabin Passage from Savaaaah to Philadelphia -

Mrs. 11 agues, of St. I.ooil l.a1 a very severe Jr" :1S'-?" Having mauy years experience in the business, ho! There shall be an A ttorney General for the State, orange, pomegranate, fig lemon and peaeh I. ''- -. |J5
attack of inflammatory rheumatism iu her shoulders ; flatters himself that in prices and quality his who shall reside at the scat of Government ; it trees and an extensive sour orange grove all I I Cabin passage front SAt: New York, >9
arms, and back. After suf-ring thf most goods cannot be excelled. D.A. AMBLhll shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the of which with proper attention,can be easily! Steerage '- V fC.
excruciating pains f.>r come tel ca)! "ithmt obtaining A V A tieaeral Assembly and upon the pa'i'nge: of any'restored to their once promising condition. i A. L. LAilAU. 1' Savannah.

any relief (iota her phyMt-ians i the was NA. COHEN COHN, act. to draft and submit to the General Assembly,! All ofthe above tracts are situated between .HERON & MAKTLV, V

induced to try the Mustang Liniment. Two fifty BUTTK 1 Importers & Dealers of at the same session, all nctOs.-iiry forms of proceedings one: or two miles from the ocean, of healthy I Agent ia Philadelphia.. .
cent bottles tlec.ttd I perfect cure. under such laws, which when I approved!locution, and iu convenient communication with Feo.21-tf.' '
The Mustang is put up in 25e, 50c Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, shall be published therewith, and lie shall perform -'![the.' City of St. Augustine being about thirty -

andl botlea. The Me bottles contain as much GOSHEN S NO. 175 EAST BAY. such other duties n* may be piwribrd by t miles to the South, by land and abont tho same V NEW YORK
as three ofthe 2-"c buttles. The S I bottles contain Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar & Bro. law ; he shall be elected by the qualified elector distance Ly wolter. by the Mataczas River. :
as much as eight of the 25c bottles. The $1 jan27-lv of this State, on the first Monday of October, in 1
bottles j.inC-Gm: CHARLESTON s. c. ALR" PACKET LIFE.
one pint, they are cheapest <
bn1 the 1 ItfoC and
year every four thereafter,
A. AGO & Co sole proprietors of the years The tract known as "Xew Hcpe," lying 16 .
1 MOORE i AN but may be removed by the Governor, on the mi-
mile by water North ofSt.
Mexican Mustang Liuiincnt, Principal offices, New Stock Spring Goods. dress two-thirds:of the two Houses of the General I: Augustine and M-
801 Broadway, N. V.,and corner Third and Market !twxen the North river and Guana creek both
Assembly, and shall receive for his 1 4i'The
streets, St. Louu, Mo. WllOJ services navagable for large boats. It contains 575 ,
OLIVER BRAGG a compensation to be fixed by law: Protidcil. of hammock and pine land,and id well
V B llhITS. SHOES AND IIOAS That situated New and
General Ajren for the South, PAINTS, V to be elected term under of office this of the Attorney General! an-l adapted for Sea Island cotton and stockraising. New York,Jacksonville.and Regular line or Falatka Packets between
amended Constitution
311 N. Y. No. 30 Ellst Sout'i tILe .
Broadway, Bay. of Post
Vffice, shall the .
M USTA not commence until the term cf office of the A by new and fast-sailing schooner
.' D.: MrCUE.V BLOODGOOD & nOUSE.A. PEn. ( u 1 E I CHARLESTON, S. C. officer now elected shall expire. 9300 acres unimproved rc", Joseph CrSee,270 tons.A.ROGERS,ComV.

M.KELD MOl iUS KE1L-are appointed AND SEC. 5. Be it further marled, That said eJections at tha north end ot Lake land.at Salt Spris1 Jersey Onk, 160 tons, J. S. ROGERS, Coma'rwill ,

Agnt. for the 31t of the celebrated Mexican GIBBON'S TIlE Subscriber offers for sale a well-selected shall conducted and the returns thereof Johns river,immediately) west George of on the :t. ply regularly between the ports.. V V '
Liniment.in Jacksonville Also for sale of the above Goods, specially made in tho manner now prescribed, or which The track embraces "Salt Dray ton Island. Agent ia New YorklJOSEPH .

by Dggist and Storekeepers ia every villagein jaii27-6'n adapted to the Southern trade, which will be said may hereafter be pre'cribed by law, for the elec 'T-ring creek," which Spring" and "Salt GRICE/Waten
State at the lowest tion of member to Congress from nearly equally divides it
11 .lU rates for cash or approved paper. t'lis State ; through its whole Agents'in Jacksonville -
24 Merchants and it shall be the of the length, nnd u navigable from '
march duty Governor
visiting tho city are invited to an to issue the river for boats of thre BiSBEE & CAXOVA. V
SHAVE on inspection of the stock. commissions, under the seal of tho State .to the The land is or four feel draught Agent in Palatka .. '
persons receiving the number mostly rolling yellow pine of the first '
supply R. A. PRIXGLE highest of votes for RK.. DTJKE.
juality entirely free from V
Spi.itualst's LiH.ay.rAlTRmG Cutlery Cooking the said several oScci. Palmetto of auy kind
30 East AH goods directed to their will
Saws Hoes Day,South of the Post Office, SIXTH GE'ERALAssFmLv.-Pa. md thought to be good cotton land, together with care promptly
jan 6-6m the House forwarded.V V S '
Charleston S ,
C. some considerable
mUTlAX bodies of
Carpenters' Tools Representatives by the Constitutional cabbage majority, oak hammock September 4th 1852. 23-lf
in line of January 3 153.: ,and prairie contiguous to the creek.
kept Posted
: a complete 8 ortment of Books and may the Senate by the 1 ho location also '
HAVE odicals devoted to the facts,philosoph v, South Carolina Paper Manufac Constitutional majority.'January G.SOS. iug ono of the largest embraces and most facilities for construct i Regu1d.r1yfor Lake Monroe. -
and advocacy of Sj.iritu.ili.im whifh they wilt! No. 177 turing Company. practicable water THE steamer SARAH SPALDING -
as, independent
supply in any quantity),Aid on tl.e most favorablej. au27-ly OFF''I' OF SeCRETAV. OF STAn; ) spring powers, the waters of lake of the flow from the ; 15i ,having been purchased by Or.
V t rmz. We refer to tho tj Piritua1 Telegraph fur Crrlitol- :" lJIltl'clt 2-3, :. S uules Cherchell, about four < A.'S.Sr-EER has resumed her rejnlar
a 1it of our Booki. in'ice*. rate of posuj-e, &c. JNO. \. THE Subscriber leave, Agent of the above Compa I, IVJIMRLES w. Uowxiro, Secretary of State made in available length by one mile in breadth may be trips fi-omilaeksonville.to Lake roe--toueh--

THE SJmlTU.U.m.tC is a begs to inform fortheStato Florida, do hereby certify the I length, by a canal of abont 16 chains in jug .at,the intermediate landings V
weekly \ tf Elucidation of WHOLESALE Printers and Publishers foregoing to be a true and correct cory'of the fall of yietding an inexhaustible supply with ;the will leave.Jacksonrillo..eYery"&t1mIr1
paper\ a at least 13 feet.
K'Spiritual Phenomenaand co-jtains A record of Books flj that the extensive Mill of the South Carolina Pa- original on file in this office. water, of which has The spring .itself.'A morning at 8o'ct ; arriviuj.at'Palatka faawtenlng.

the mot interesting fuels, &e. A very interesting CORNER per Manufacturing Company is now in full In Testimony Whereof, I have horcnnto.Chc1tonof New York been .analyzed, by .' ? .-,4",: V .
.discn8ion of the facts nn.l philosophy of the l\". OJ maui facturing operation (affixed my signature and the Great Seal ot uabla medicinal nnd shown.to be of 'val- Leave PaJatb.ri Monday .rnoroingMT
.. Manifestations, i is now in ( publication, BOOK AND ffBW PAPER V the State Florida.. Done,at the Capitol, properties of capacious di- o'clock, Cor.En rpr; arrivinj at aUrprii
between Dr. B. W. Richmond.and S. li. Brit tan. of all sizes and of thcfbcst quality. 2 in the City Tallahassee, on Monday, the mensionsbeirg W yards in'diameter, and most the same liight : y' .-',;
All the back numbers cnu b, furnished. Sub J\0. M COOPEH, ALSO u:, 2Sth day March, A. D. 1&3, nud seven- eligibly and I'ictuTequeIY.loeated. Its position S The Sarah SraUio* carries,the U. 'S.,M&il

:' scription price,$t 50 per annual Specimen copies lII.NIL'LAVRAPPINO.PAP:JH, tv-seventh year of the Independence of the un with a i commercial or agricultural point 'of.view.. from I'alatkalo Enterprise. ,She will be so OT-
sent FEEB. Piinting and suitable for Grocers, Hardware Dealers &c. United States of America.C. advantages in constructing a boat canal hauled as to'>be in ,x ellent condition forth*
The increasing interest, nnd rapid occurrence re< Ko pains or expense has been spares to render W. DOWNING, of must only before a few miles across to the Gulf of Mexico I service" and
oUat., demand more space and additional ssr Foreign Rooks it equal to the best Northern Mills ; all the latest Sfcnlaiy of Slate. very long, draw the attention of the EE-. &CANOYA--. -'
planters and
'vices, and the Tilcgrcpb, Volume II, to com Feb 10tIParchment and rrost approved machinery having been intro merchants of that fertile region. -April 23If.V '.' r S 'Awnls.

means In May oex) will be greatly enlarged, duced into the same. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Two ALSO V ----__ .
after which will be Two ) All orders promptly attended to by tracts containing 6000 acres on the west Circuit. .Court Eaatu"'Clrc.n .( Fl-
and 4.0(
"aOOK This SIEll the
.AND on ,
Th1EShIElUcLU1.Voluiue II 1llIL "f-St. Johns
is being issued JjJ a perfect JOSEPH WALKER, bout W.miles above' liver, V V .daJJsavsd..cennty. VV tSamuel
Monthly, and i*devoted mental up Palatka Wand
and {CtrAgent.82 East having I
Siiritual Bay a
S Science. It contains t the advantage (f CHARLESTON. ITBUUCiiASERa IN FLOKliM. and else. river front each of about Cour'tnUesln I Bryant,..
many important facts and South extent. '
JL whoro in the '
be written That "
profound upon vicinity Savannah, are in- on the west of tho river -
it.onlrbe psychological on Wholesale Paper Comra'it formed that the subscriber has mostly of' pine Joseph- S-E kr.. Saran R.
which they depend. number contain are well bound Warehouse. on band, and is I and swamp lands and embraces the site of tho! }rnCh_
*"I least 43 pages original lh matter, from the ablest at i. manufacturer's constantly receiving from the best and most res- l English Indian trading store;of panton Lesly & Biker. .bb,.'Wife,, Calfin' .-"
ties. Constantly on hand pectable manufacturers in the Co. Bryan and others. .
eontribntors, and UeuibiHUIipd! with a portrait, MONDltUJly country rich UI\- DOW known as"hambl,'.old store," which _
'.S an steel, of some SpiritaoIUt or Reformer PArENT A LARGE'STOCK OF WRITING PAPERS It y, and I'EARL Silver and other JVEL V i* its beginning corner,and runs thence south to : ,"JTT"bavui; been made to appear by affldan'lllA
..'Terras V OF EVERY CESCRIPTION sterlinp- Vare. such as the widow Pangrce'a"old Jl J S. Baker &n
; (3 per annum. TABLE DEEHT fields, thence west and : .oseph and Sarafc.R;.his wift
The first volume of the Sheklnah is elegantly With this Wrapping Pagers of all Assorted Colored Pa- V TEA SPOONS, and north to a point ''opposite the: I oth defendants in this e use'ysfd.beyond; th.
printed and band. its i.tl.inio merits and press kinds, per, SILVER and FORKS one on tb& east side of the 'riwliesfetweea limits of this State and in.the State of Georrty
ane and much PLATES
artistic ( it to a place in ease Press, and othcru Cards, plain, enamelled, Printing Inks. TEA arid Wn51TERS the Blaecs" known as "Buffalo Blaff"and "Mount On motion of It DOrtIWI.Solicitor for eompua-
every SETTS
. Library. I'rilo moroec lettered and gilt, .and colored, SAUCERS. CASTORS CUPS aud Tucker. Beside* large body of well timbered antKi Bordered that notie- ertr a.4Biifl>
(3 5 la out require of order.fastening AGENT FOR JOHN T. WHITE TUMBLERS GOBLETS, pine lands,it contains some excellent hammock. newspaper pnUished is1 this dreult, rrairinr U*
-.S A liberal mvl to the Tra V PAP BOATS, and several well wooded bluffs said a.
dllont -- : l'A'tTIUUGt' & nillTfAN, Foundry; and SAUCE LADLES.. for residences. UYa; recent survey the west I appear and answer the said compIaiD nt' b.

"' CurtLdt street, New York. Superseding the R. hOE 4CO.., flWI'PIE.-lCE KNIVES CRF.A J,CAKt and tract has been reduced to .2SMO acres.aid the one !within font months; otherwise said .bill bII A*
d&V/ mar 17 and Blotting Paper Printing Press and Circular SOLID on the ca t Bids of the river to 3406L It taken th that'tw*

1"_ ___ _______________ _______________ ___ ble incident to MAYNARD if NO YES..aw MAD'y. DUTTER SILVER KNIVES DERERT.l'ICKLE, 'V V" And however' that the (1encil will be made up believed' I order be pro published:confcssaS
Unlon Agricultural Warehouse and may always bo Celebrated 11 NAPKIN RfNGs vvr'y aUf purchase will be reooivcd by A. leentively! for "
', rUIng ..Inks.OtJAll SALT CELLAltS'lUid .. l I
of New -A.FOftWAflJig.b'
undersigned FRUIT KNIVES. rfcWt sq. Orl ans. John Peck"r ,
," V EEDJiTOJLE. Agents for Georgia : tho'ftlove at llnnafacturcrs' prices. Silver plated Spoons Forks Es rV ?f.New York Benjamin ALavender, Esq. I :"JaeksonYi116,2Sth-Ma.rc1l.! : .:

-':'i: RALPh V V Augustine Eai&
FOJl SA M'; I la'leud select assort they are enabled to -z-------V -V-V---V.VV.4': Ivory balance ,Handle Kntves, and silver plated place Floridaot tosnyselfat"UttlAu I' V .v ;..VbI "-. Jft-
f. Horticultural focturer'i price S on Steel,Table postage plI..id. SV .. V ,- State < .
r j rr "(>* ana Iia- ; and Desert Knives, flno twenty- JOEPlI I of FlorfJ*. ,
V'BlemeiiU.coiUiitlng of I'Lnr andCa tlnffs. Corn : American ,and. JqcJo3j {h ,Ashurst.* one day Marble-Mantle' Clocks, and common '.St.Anu.nine.H M. IW.RNANDEZS.V3larclt I Jlel'Dal\d* City;?: t. CtJsJ. L:
Bhe .r* trav S bib 1833. .
CIUa nor.Power.Thranbers Braid Clocks of every description. V ; mar, 17-tt. V I oba'AtSnttQn-and wis irifton:11&".JoI
V Md ttetierator*, Fanning Milk Grain. Cradles of the bert WILLrkeep constantly on hand Medicines G014&V SilverLcve dl-
of oil Cbronio V and tepine Watched/ : 'eeutorto4thaE t9ceased. .&or PI.La",
. erjtbcs aid &atb.,' Grain Millsthigar AU1| Marking lulc, by charge made for examinations Diseases No Fine enamelled Hunting \Watches V I omcs. I TS. Martha C.Law.and oh rt- .
JW.CQUr.Sausage Cut tors and bluffers. O, They have aUo and what u of most and prescription; Gold& Silver Watrh-Chains, Seals& Keys HOUSE. I .To Mrs Msrtba.CLaw; .140.of,Pecl f
*,- "O a4 Dw..Ikl I hoes Hay and Manure stock of.Writing.P bo made for failures Importancenooharge' will Gold&.Silver Thimbles, '-TiE' SUBS itia I.a'T.jAt.ot laid tQ &1, cJt
as they :
are dear R
t'kfQS./* tboroI rU. Wagon, WJecl. Liberal discount*, prleev Among his Medicines at any, V Gold & Silver Spectacles, 1Vt others*concerned ia whwn .theso presents snf1come
.1 &4.V of Or* reams and up .Compound Tonic PiUs V V V ,Rodger'.l'ine Pocket Cntlcry" ; hUUlg the recently' opened _ I .greeting," rt *: *
.ilLU.ARDINANl) FI.Wrn SEEDS Mathematical 'Antifebrile or Aotlbllioas Rasors and Razor Strops ahoy,'louse would l' ct1l.11M1.ltolt -Wow know yc.tn tyoaw B tnb7'eo-'J2;
4t- variety,._ 1VLLTI paiwi. Chalet, Pile Ointment V V V- I1ajV- Card Cases- Port Monaies.- ⪙ --. V the pa.troDaie.the'pu1)liq. _There i.ed to'M and-"appeAl'."beAire.tWe'out. _
; d hla
"lual f up. nalbtl Lima, Uon Dust, Pou ''hey hart ( Oonorrheal And other Partton1art.DUon will be given to Repairing i IU'O several tIme 'OUUt bill&osi rooms unoceupls.j, 21st d79tMyii.tt; toe mtets of if""!!?
!, Plaster "e '. in all the various. fllllnrel;no Balsams MlxtnreflO forfeit for Waiohes, Cloeks and Jewelry.' v' I. of5thO sal with ftre laou" The to'se the ease maybe, the proW oat of tie lartt *<**
.MAS U FACT UHEttH of rtCHNEBU'S Boouru!.flto any .AU Medicines Infallible.ot usual rernedIea.' ,; Erom his long experience and extensive facili- ;ia Office.ithil1 one btUidred.... ud Aft,"ard4 01'111. 1'OIt: $aod"\e.Cam.ofPep:\V.Law,3 M $Z
S V >, f*nd Mowing ,M oblnc| DA.VIELS' tht but c.f took.. )!0ropscal! tics he"C01lftdenr beline, "he will anti "harvel, The undcrslgne4-14 Agent tinl1,1DAAA'w .W.t.li_. ,L;ja; .
"pr and.tftnJk GIU..,Agents forth and Fancy Printing Address-all ,l\1edlclnea-eurea'warrnnted.:' mAy flLvo .I with the1t.pattqJt'! satiety-all who I for' Gen.SeOU'.four hone Coach an4 &.o.Jaone 1- >" -' .. '- .

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;4isti4y. t,a alo2H4 II >. tent V) .WUfto, V' :V. : ;; *nrst.JackpnvlWs r & eaU and eiamln Florid."posUje paId; as it>Uy other establishment in the State.1. 1 1, F r turt.he Particulars apply .t the 4ece, of -.i I
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