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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: July 7, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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., JACKSONVILLE ,THURSDAY. JULY 7 1 S 53. .; '., :'NUMBERp -**


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p.s i.jr E s's CA1tDS. They say that thou TtToor. -.- '- 'S ,.
deavor d
\uPl'lyt: with their feet. I To the
_, American
LEOALtJ. They ay that thoif-art poor i Louise, perceived that nothing but a gigantic.effort People. HIHIA' .II1P.UBL I CAL ."Plltf the necessities and cotnfarts.oftthV'

Andso I know thoa art! could save me, and employed it according From the"great decrease in tbe receipts of Indian, which the Government been

# P. Sandferson But what is wealth to noble minds, I ly. I rose in C'Iate'of them, and by blows contributions to the National Monument habftiiatly making ever since the foimat'joa,

1TTOHKET 1KD COUNSEll-OR AT LAW31110rne.i&n. Or riches to the heart! pp.ened a passage to the staircase which .Iurin! the. last *ix months, ,the Board of JACKSONVILLE; of if.e. present system of policy'toward*
aSl n6llD J1' C5. leads to the subterraneous place x here the Managers of the Monument As ociat on' ,
"With
aH the India's
IT. .. tf Can wea1tbtr mines Sunday schools are, and Laving met as.cts- feel U tcr tie their duly to make another ap. Thursday July 7, 1853.Corritpodtiueoftit them. The amounts enameraled.loot.up'' *

one great deed be bonghtl sins on the stairs I overcame them; the last' peal! to the patriotism of 'the American Pub pretty,handvime Mm. So far4as theoik

james W. Bryant, Or can a kingdom's ransom bring who from his size! impeded my' passage as it lic. They are unwilling to believe that tbe Rep aticaa.MLDDLIBvEG tiona! Government in concerned, history

JLTTOUJOT AKD CO tKS :LJ.o a-.n-LAw: ., One pure and holy thought! were a barricade and threatenedme with people: of this country under such deep and It.orm.\, will verify that as mnchhumanitybaib4n.
UCD.
aSlCDnt n" No! rainyonr boasted treasure, his large stick calling me by the vilest lasting obligations ihcy are to the founderof June 20th 1S53. S
towards the Indians
displayed could b.
W' CACL Though earth to gold is bl\'en- namesr I very coolly rolled down the stairs their liberties and feeling,'as' they must, MR. DR.IW-Diar Sir:-The law baYing as

GKO. Gold cannot stretch to measure and jumping over him reached the entry ef a profound senseof gratitude for the inestimable male it the duty of Coroners ant in bown to them under the relative circumstances -

A sxrscKBsr aio u.\77. The love bestowed by heaven! the Sunday fichool.Fortunately services which he rendered them, of the red and white races.- The

JACKSONVILLE FLA. the school was dark; having will suSer a monument commenced in his I this absence the duty of the Magistrate, let fact of the subjugation.disappearance lof
They say that thou art poor;Louise, honor an1 publish a description of dead bodies found
Btll examined, in the morning I became acquainted to aid in perpetuating his name I
the
-- the latter before the march of former
DOUGLAS And so I know thou art; with its structure. I took the left to the latest ages of the world: to rema'n I in his vicinity, I therefore take this occasion, ,
THOMAS But why should lack of sordid p9lC unfinished for the of will not be the result of an evil inflicted 'tr
want the
path
of
,I among an innumerable c quantity means necessary though late to inform that
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Thrust thee and me apartl to you you may the weaker the bat fulfil!
SOLICITOR CHANCERY, benches, while the savages who were still complete it. It need scarcely be upon stronger, a
ANO The pearls that sparkle on the lawn pursuing : before suggested: that a fact like this in the historyof I publish the following : The body of a negro '
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. me, were obliged to delay ment of one .of. those. wie,. providential' decrees -
Our jewels bright shall be: they could reach the !oor. It was then I our rl'ilubliclull not fail to reflect : man, black complexion under middle the wisdom of which- is, best" eo'mprehcnded ; -

mylS-7___ The gold that frets the early cairn heard the cry of Paoli, "God help TIP," lasting discredit on the gratitude and patriotism age, was found in the SlOth branch of _

- B.UI. PEARSON, Shall flU-our treasury! which led me lo...believe that he was assaulted oT Jls. citizens, and prove to the Black! Creek; had on when fou.id bue! by its omniscient author. The red

ATTORNEY & COU3TSEIJ.OK. AT I.A"VY, Ask yo the proudest minion and beaten again by the a"'assiiis. Being world that republics are too apt to be"' fur-'stripped'hTctory'ebirt' ,.linsry;"pants,: white man must fall into the social habit' of the

EAST FLA. Whom gold gives rule o'er earth, left half dead, he would have been killed by pet fill of what is due themselves. and to white'man,.or fall before him. Ac .,*-ftI -

JACKSONVILLE Doth not our own dominion the people had not an unforeseen hand conveyed the memory of those who, under Providence I cotton drawenaanil coarse woollen slockiugc- port of Lieut. Bae! of the ,;would
Will attend to the transaction of Bn iDes in the him to the subterraneous school have made them great and i body was not reco ni ed by of the .I army
prosperous any juryof
Supreme and Circuit Courts for the Eastern Outbeggar all he's worth! I show that the Indians in and about California i.
and Southern Districts of Florida. where he found himself, as it were, miraculously happy. It is often the fate of the most inquest but there appears to be but little
XVell rove besi.le the brook at eve, saved from a certain death. After distinguished and illustrious to be nearly have since the acquisItion. of, .that
je9 I doubt now that it the of
-_ When birds their vesper song five or six minutes of fatal suspense, some forgotten after they have mouldered in the was body a negro country been most unmercifully treated by

JAMES EL BAKER, Of gentle truth and pnilelas love I one of the police came. The l lights were tomb for I half a century. In the busy and lellow by the name of Simon, the property the newcomers-absorbed as they were in

ATTORNEY AT LAW, To woods and winds prolong! : again lit, but this did not prevent the assail- ever changing scenes of the world, the stageof Joseph Suinmerall! of Mandarin. their rapacity for gold and gain.. But wbite

J1liai r, Columbia Co., East Florida. And from the morningjcwel'd cup ants tram breaking all the windows of the lift: is continuously occupied by those I Verdict of the Jury, accidental drowning. numbe-ries.
whose acts the interest of the society itself has had to suffer "
excite living
school by throwing large stones one of
-m. WHIT SHITH! Such healthful draught we'll have, JOHN G. SMITH,
which hit P-ioli on the breast while Dr. and exclude the memory of such as have evils in that region for a similar cause. As
ATTOttSET AT LAW, As never met the fevered lips J. P.
Columbia Co. East Florida. Of fortune's gilded slave. Douglas was examining his wounds. But preceded them, though their reputation may Acting Coroner. was to have been expected,the Government
t/IifoJor ,
Could Lydian CKCSUS, dearest fortunately the military arrived, and the as. have been more brilliant and their deeds \VAsuicuro:, June 15, 1953. is about devising some plan by which the
HOPKINS & 1IKAIIAJU, a'lsius'cre dispersed. Paoli was the first more lurioJ8. But it was believed that
As wide DEAR SIR :-I am much concernedfor evil that Lieut. Beale is he
a kingdom see to
Attornrj-B at Law, to be led borne. I followed him in a coach, WASHINGTON was one to whom the Amer. very represents
OFFICE at PAI.ATKA. Fla.. As the fair realm thou hearest with the Mayor of the city, and all the ican people owed the greatest and mOlt reputation which our city used to rectified. >
in the Eaitern Circuit. Business
1MLL itnuted practice to their core will be promptly attended Belongs to thee and me! street was protected by strong! patrols. O.i lasting debt of gratitude, and to whose memory I hare for order, because oi the RO frequent "Welaka." -

j.._February 19. 1852.-tf: I know that thou art poor, Louise, examining our bodies, it"aR discoveredthat every honor should be paid by his i startling crimes which have been committedof .
poor Paoli had received eig wounds countrymen ; that to honor him was but to Welaka! is situated the East hank ot
OSSIAN B. HART, And so indeed am 1; I late years by individuals who have come "
from the sticks of which is six inches honor themselves, and that they were
ATTORNEY AT LAWIKEY Cut not the hoards of ocean's caves one tribute here from the various States. the river St. Johns, opposite the .month of
and desirous to
"CST. FLA., IongI was found to have a woundon In} willing lo pay a just
Oar conld
rraetielll in the United States and State Courts poverty by; head from a stone! and another on the OCCI- pre-eminent patriotism and to unequalled I This evening another horrid murder hu] the Ocklavvaha river-about 27 miles'abovethe

of the Southern District of Florida. For wealth beyond the miser's thoughtWe I put from the blow of a club. They, however public and private rirtue. Under ths! im- been perpetrated by a man whose name is town of Palatka, and 38 miles :from
both alike control-
July 10-tf gave me no pain as I contrived to let pre,sion, a society was established some II' St. Augustine. Little Lake George om-
Morrison. It
The treasure eta priceless love, Washington appears that he came home
of
seventeen in the
them bleed as much as possible. However, years ao city
S. GALLAHEK The riches of the soul! sooner than he was and found mences immediately above it. Up to this
I have suffered nothing and am as well now for the purpose of erecting a rna.i- expected a !

late 3d Auditor of the Treasury, Then at thia hour divine, lore, as on my setting out from New York. n.ticenl monument to the Father of his i' young man by the name of heater, a nativeof point any vessel which can cross the St.

Will atten-l to Claims before Congress and, the To holy echoes given, But the sensation experienced fioia this Country ; and the Board of Miuagers of I'I \ViiicLester Virginia, and employed in Johns bar, can come, bat beyond it there is
Let thy true rows and mine love, brutal assault results what that have, during that long interval .
society
Departments at \\ a.hi ;ton. now contrary to the dry good store of Messrs. Barnes and i. not over seven feet water.
lie refers to all reasonable men thronghont Be registered in Heaven! the assailants had expected. There is no made gratuitou..Iy; every effort in theirh1over For about one mile on the river the ,bluff
the Uuion. who hare had bn!incss with him. and Catholic Canadian but what does not disapprove fron a pure feeling of patriotism Mitchell in bed with his wife. He, in a

he relies for (access upon his familiarity with the Tlic Garazz.1 Itlots In Canada. i of this outrage. It is to be ubssived I and adesiie to moor his memory to obtain moment of fury, shot them both. and thephlican is fro'n 15 to 25 feet high and all along the

routin"of Jtn'iness.WASHINGTON. May 10, ;. ACCOUNT OF THE ATTACH ix arEBcr. BTTATIina '; that the assault had been organized ; cousc'quentlr I the means necessary to accomplish the object : say that they cannot live. Mr. bank is a bold shore, giving at every pointat

: a premeditated murder. The mast I of its or tlllzatlon.; B) unceasing and Morr.son; is least 10 feet water within fifty feet of
CATAZZI-HIS DEFCniPTION OF a travelling agent for \JamCo'a -
aggravating circumstances are of having at- untiring exertion they have succeeded in
F. C. BARRETT, THE RIOT. j!' sufficient to & express line, and has been married the bank.
tacked a church! ia which women and children collecting a sim only carry up
mmiiiontr ir&alary fir taltln Public; ,AcknoiiIciTgmrnt We arc indebted to Mr. G. F.'SeccIsi: (3e : were assembled, and to which the men the prol'o..c.1! nlmcture to an elevation of but two year, and luckily has no children. : Th country back of it runs offin high

of Dreelf, Casali, the editor of the New York VEcnd'Ilalia. .i had hastened unarmed. Cat who, then, one huu.ired and thirty feet above the surface The Metropolitan Rail Road, the charterof i plateau of pine barren for a mile, when the

Aa l other Instruments Writing, to be used in says the New York Herald of the could have conceived organized and led so a'lout !he one fourth of its intended which was obtained from the Maryland I land becomes rolling, some of the hills being

the States of 11th ultimo for the : IhlamllUS a scheme 7 elevation ; and they now regret to say that. from 100 feet in and continues
I 83 to hlght-
IkFW TOUK: AXD rEX ST'LT'\XU. ,) following interesting i. a S unlc-s the cm, tribu 110115 are larger and more Legislature at its last session, is to run

Jlebnvil1e. FllJr lJI.. Oct.H-tf letter from Father Gavazzi, describing the \ Sunday, please God, we will gather together Jieq"tent than they have been for the past fromGeorgetowrn to Cumberland, and is foundto 1 in that way until it reaches DannV Lake,

J'lI--H. BOURS, attack made upon him at Quebec. It reachedMr. i at our Italian service in New York, I s.x; mcinlLs. it will be impossible! to con- bet by measurement, some 80 miles nearerto 18 miles from Welaka. Much of the.Ind i.i is

NOTARY PUBLIC Secchi after his paper bad been sent to and I shall feel overjoyed in seeing anew !Itmsethe woik any further. The blocks! of : the great chain of northern lakes than i good for planting! and all good stock.range.
brethren, alter ba\ ing escaped the deathot stone which have been sent from the different is skirted
my The West side of the river by
.
JACKSONVILLE. t;. FLA. ircss.MrrrEtt. I my assa sus.ileinwhile I States: associations, &c., to be placed! New York, it being connected with the I
hammock.
--.- -- FEOM FATHER CAVAZZI TO THE EDITOR i remember me to them all, m the moj, 'meat! ; have done but little tod.1 Pennsylvania roaJs and by that means we I a cypress swamp and cabbage

GEKCRAL. OF THE \EW TORK L'ECO IITALIA.QPEEEC I and believe me to your friend.ALISANDaO. : to its ilevation. though they may contribute | will have a share of the great trade of the I Opposite Welaka the pine ,barren: commences .

M DO 41INOTGE Canaia, June 8, IS GAVAZZI.J3ranwlelt to its intere!t. That the public may \Ve!t. within three fourths of a mile from

G. F. Sv.cciiinc CA A Li- I understand how expensive such a structure the river ba k nul Is'lfgh and.open. Jo the
I have just heard that the
and Florida UallronC. must necessarily be, it mabe proper to young man
Dear Friend,-I only write few Orange"'Springs.The .
the
a pirlic- road from Palatka to
DOCTOR W. J. L'ENGLE I state that each course of two feet in height Hester is dead. W. S. M. I
Offin his Professional Scrriren to the citizens of f ulars of the shocking ca which happened! j We understand that the Convention of costs 11ar.l of $2,000, though executed! distance from the river to Deep creek
Jacksonville and Dnral the lay before yet-terdat,; will perceive I Stockholders Brunwick tbe PensaeoTa. and Ratlro.il. .
County. you at on 23J was The Montgomery I is about 7 miles, 'and
this
with tIe strictest regarJ to from place
economy. bridge
0 Offlce In the ilepnbileau" Cnlldnp 1 it more amply described in the paper I send I numerously attended by parties interested
In 21 I will! materials and labor, with a small annual. The has her from creek'bridge to Palatka miles.
}'OI1 begrh by saying that the appearance in the success of this roal. and the improvement city Montgomery by city Deep
the superintendent
\"1'1. TUNNO of the assailants was most des- i of the city of Brun \\"ick. We haveno compensation allowed the to architect amountsto council!, made a subscription of $500,003 to Welaka i* a new name for tie place.
I and a still! smaller to ,
Iicahle.[ for they came dirty, torn, and in ofliu! account of the proceedings of the the expenditure which has been mentioned Montgomery and Pensacola Road. We Mount Tucker is the original name for it.
Factor and Commission merchant, their shirt sleeves, tbe better to show their '! and therefore
Convention ran only .
repeal ; and the Board of Managers are some time since stated that city had in pub andior, years past it has been well known
origin. It was their aim to secure me alive, i what have hear.) which
(For Florida Pro nc1) rumors we ,although .
hail the work been undertaken would evidently
well satisfied that which
in order to murder me without the church do all lic meeting called upon the council to sub- and observed as a point ,
; not
CO-NO. 5. SOUTHERN WIIARF. !I they agree in many particulars the Government, it would have
but not having succeeded, they attempted to agree in representing matters r.nd things, as by of the cost scribe $250,003. The city authorities have become valuable in connection with
Charleston S. C. I cost double the amount present '
kill me within the church. Many were led condition. of the St.Johns
generally. in a pro.iusin of the obelisk far. increased the subscription as above. It is the business npper
ny1y! to believe it, when they had by repeated I; The accounts of the amount of subscriptions so also stated that a similar amount has been In the immediate vicinity are several .
# blows felled Paoli to the ground for be- Fron: two to three courses can be completed -
from
MALONK S 'rA YLOU, !1.eying him. to be.me they said one; to ano- 1 and the vary subscriptions$1.600,000 were increaseJ to SL&OO.OOO from; in month, which require from four subscribed by private parties j and to this, it I mineral springs- -. of valuable properte ._ .One

LUilDER COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ther "this is tlid very ma,,." Another $10,000 to SI40,000. to s'x: thousand dollars while the monthly is understood Montgomery and\estPointl of them especially is considered so, being

rntsT wnAr.p BCIX>W KOBLE IT., scheme of theirs was to blow out the lights, I j A report of the past, and the prospects of I contributions have not averaged, for the past Road company has added a subscription of I J strongly impregnated with salt and-magnesia

very respectfully PHILADELPHIA eolicit consip-onents, of !Ilr turning the gas keys, for by so doing, j the future, was laid before the Convention, half year, more than obvious two lhous.ind that the dollarsIt work $200,000. A meeting of citizens of Peiiia-''I in addition to muriate of pulphur. The
from their concerted plan, they would have HI t.ehaif of the board of Directors alr-o. wilt therefore
Southern .LmnLer, Shingles, fee. feeUefortv more easily *uccee>led in getting possession '!:I report from fie contractors of the;progressof a nri-t necessarily be stopped if a more ardent cola was held on the 17th ult! to forward the others are similar in character to the Celebrated -

A.McCALLA- CasLiw Camdea Bank K. J.: of me, seizing at the same time, every one I I I their work. The grading of the woik and patriotic feeling does not prevatl among completion of the work. It was during tile .1: Orange Spring. There is an extensive

JOIATHA* HKOCK:, Pbi' .dclphi&; ;present mostly ladies and children! But I I has extended some ten or twelve miles am' the people of tiLls country, anti a more extended term of the circuit court. Walker Anderson, growth of 'Live O.ik, Magnolia, and
E. T. KtcnAKmoi, do and God d: Itva and liberal contribution be nol made. '
man propo spose; the is laid five miles. A. bank of the riTer for
superstructure President of the Florida branch, expressed othei frnit trees on the
JacksonvilLe ri
T. E. BCCCCUN: lloFtbrn I I wiia what this object
show
To ease great
not possible to turn the key, nor so
gas ,, tbe official proceedings will shortly be of
published )
13. is
17. land mostly
iy easily capture me. Having rid myself of my I we defer further notice for he present. could be effected, it is only necessary to confidence in the consummation of the en- several mil.s-and the

Edmund Whitney, first assailant by throwing him over the We nndeistood that several parties-have state that five cents a head Irom each white terprise. A joint meeting of the Director ftcellent! quality, peculiarly adapted. taI
Comaiiisioned fend.legally qnolified of the United States would be I ,
asH pulpit I took off cloak, an lots of to
a.arer and Iniprrtor of Littubcr for my bought in the town of Brunswick at in both extremes was orange trees.
the monument a
.UoTal -CocnljKI -. chair which hall served! me a, an orator, prices varying from $250 to $500, and that suiuc'eitt to and complete such to be the a few days, to take measures for the commencement I A large wharf and ware-hob se* a rej; now
>. fonnj.when hia Mrri' are <* sircj, on I defended my post, as a true Italian crusa immediate steps are to "I'e' taken to improve few years ; yet appears of business
and indifference existing in relation of the Road. The stock of the j!r being erected for the transaction ,
Inquiry at the Republican ofce. der. I think that many of this gang will! them. We further learn that there are a apathy
Jane 10_. Cm remember for some time this passage of the great many strangers turning their attention! to this noble undertaking that even that Florida company'was not wholly subscribed, j I in the fall. '

JOSEPH GRICE, Italian missionary's lecture. Having a pulpit to that point, and are making extensive arrangements small sum cannot be obtained for so patrioticand and the bookswere still open for subscription.The The importance of having the barges stop

General. Comnahslop'lUcrchant about twelve feet wide, with the stairs to engage in the limber and i glorious a !the purpose.fa three. fourths of the a- co-operation of the West Point Company at Welaka and thereby aoiJ'th.. dangers ol _
88 WATER ST.JNE' YORK. exposed facing ihe church and compelledto lumber business. Timber and Norway '
material
CTCICT and turpentine necessary to erect monument in and the construction of a road from of lie St. Johns navigation, is a.
prompt&t.tellLinginn to the gale of mount
defend it against more than sixty savages, lands are in request and improving in value. -'.
all articles of produce entrusted to hU care, honor'of Charles the Twelfth was raised Montgomeiy to that point, would! complete a con-ideraion' :
was rather difficult task. An artillery i i !
and mil order complied with. a j It is reported that tile Canal will .be con -
promptly sergeant-who now njoya the sympathy of I pleted, in a short time, and that the force lately by voluntary contributions in United twodajs" connection with Columbus. Georgia from 1 The chardBsr of the wte 'and' general
; of the
apl29tr'J. ItULMJ:lS, all F 1ies-lo the great shame of the pol! ce- now employed! on that work will lie immediately States; while, in the into Republic existence by the valor, Montgomery Columbus being already in situation of the'place*!ndicate.its healthful.

General:ComnalMlen Merchant, men, (who were standing by as idle spectators -. transferred to the Railroad. U'e brought and patriotism of practical connection with Savannah. at all !seasons and t the drinking ,water is
WALLSTREXT. New Tqecv"WILL ,) leaped} from these stairs! and succeeded only have further to add, that those delegates ( perseverance energy _
pay particularattention to.1le8 of Y ct- in defending with me mcitallel. Aftet' to this convention with whom we Washington ; in a nation which now contains Another few Court Home. excellent. ___-__
!.. fine Lomber Ltve Oak.and other Southern population .of nearly twenty.fivemillions
a
the first attack Peoli, who was at the sanguine of the
conversed seemed to llarney.
.Tim''udl'ulc1Ilee. and to orders for pnrchait church door, was enabled to reach the stair*:; I final success, of this- er.terl'riS&tannah of souls enjoying. freedom., indeA. Proposals: have been called for builJ. The "Call" fLen. .' .
t\ MerebandiiBdee9tf .. .._.. ...._ ....I tif*!-tutrit nm rh<*rp. **' . foul flaying snaicnea a SUCK irom one 01 n. I 1'1:11111:1101II"l"U"j"'J nw"Uw" w-ww -- -- u for u In connection with the stated probability
Court House
Hiilsborouirrt,
J\CptWllClll. ing a new
iOLLNEU Jo/POTTEIl. assailant's hands used it in every direction found, one-fourth' dhly! of the amount required entrusted with
General Commission Merchants, ,'and .we'were enabled to retain the liberty lion. Jere. Clement of Aiahama, \writes to complete a monument worthy of at Tampa Bay. The cost is not to exceed that Gen. HARSET may be

11".JPromt Street Comer Maiden Lane of our platform for more than twenty to a friend : ihe man in ,whose honor it. is now being $5,000-2,000 of which the commissioners any new.movement. toward clearing i ; Sooth

.WILL: fvl attend Vp promptly!ta3rscw'Work.to all;business entrusted five minutes. "You mention a report thai I have been- erected has after the most unceasing tffortsfor.sevei jropose to pay.in advance,.and the balance Florida of the Indians we are'reminded that

A*U Jr eara.VartUmlar aUeation piren'to the I But again a gang ,of the outward assailants or am to be, tendered a mission to South teen years been contiibuted. To instalments of 4, 8, and 12 he invitation to this 'offiet'r' first'.made. its
: three
..i Cotton;'Lttinber.Timbcr and Turpentine. ; ,to the number of more than seven bun. America, anti express the 'opinion that I the people, the army, 'and navy' masonic, in ejual In the'fTbnrfwn,'in thefollow-
-.tAt'the parcbaM of good. dred;rushed into the church. This is..owingto ought not to accept anything less than the odd-fellows, and other associations, the months each. appearance

Liberal advaneemenu) ., made.on e.iugnxncnt&sbvnI.r9:1st. another unpardonable mistake of the police ,I mission to Paris or London. There never colleges, academies and schools of the Uni- lug letter from.one of. the Uationg.ninded

$ : -' ; the stairs and parapat were assaulted bas been an hour since Gen. Pierce's dcc- led Stales ; banking institutions city, town Atlanta nank..This women".of our State.Geri. ., .
--F. Waver &Co.. lion when would have accepted ollice' and from I the polls atr the, different thor
with renewed violence. The artillery sergeant any corporations bank, ostensibly located l in Georgia Jackson,'"when be tmnptinunltd
u1is2o and Vortrardlng. Mereliant*, feeling,bis equilibrium fail. .clung to in his gift and I toll him, so long ago. I elections] j'applications, urgently requesting the also
its women
A1tD have-been made by to be in trouble-or rather, repute men of Florida eulogized
for Federal 1 honors and fleek'notbin aid appears
am no aspirant pecuniary
I'aoJi amid the of aswxilants'could -
Dealers la Groceries. rroTislonj,Choice AVines, Vhc\ great throng th
and still the contributions be. It was chartered by ;the they could sweep ont *
from beyond the state circulars addressed to all s.to by s'yingtha
his stick any quarter -"ee
U,aon and Scgus,Pftintg,Oils,Drugs,&c.&. no longer man nle ;
jot CASH only, nw IS meanwhile two of the savages bad seized {if Alabama. .received, bave been- insufficient. 10raise I last,Legislature of Georgia,and nearly the Indians with brooms. The Horidianfa fair
_Bar Street JaeVsonrrae Eo Fla. stairs he the monument beyond its present elevation. the 'of" prepared to fulfil the
in
Paoli lo overthrow him from the : whole of ,the stock taken, name correspondent appears .
NORTHERN 'and mortifying .
THE t'1SJnRUs.-q. statement This is'a painful"
"
BloodCTod and Douse, cried out to me, Gavazzl. help me.witha I appears in the Boston T-fanscript' ,. iouched fact.: It, vrill'tioir become:the duty: of the George Smith &Co.,of the northwest. The I General's. expectations: '-
'- tb&au&ot.be inhabitants Clf abandoned tbe front of the pulpit,and I from his show ,the ; issued in Vilinoi f' '. Fr. Caie' IsoMt Jtrm 1
.RETV.H.r.lIher tor by the editor personal knowledge different Stales of tbe Union to bill* were nearly 'all I
sad Us vicinity for their,lib -, deeparate blow of the bench .which I held April 24th..13M. $
them since s lo the effect this: season,. some of interest-lhey-fiwl iirlbw noble undertaking; Wisconsin fcc. and The President: aWf.
ftl pAtnman bettowed npon they eom- in my bands, fell upon the head of one'of :Ma.EDITO*..-As our, .rulers sleep ton
eaeedbaunen and byitriet aitention to ourArnerican.fishinj vessels will' go forth ant to evince the estimation and respect in i om. ;
bop theIadians'tnd
; which caused him to has arrived IUioill. of removal of wo
"-assassins- i just the
long .
I>lc vM n it,.onUn,uc of th. same the; two to,the'fiaheries. armed.and! prepared tq defend! 'which they boll the character and,- services Higginson, on '
Tkey h r. ea Untlyonhtnd a foil auortraentPf bound front the stairs.- I-was returning; to heir rights under the l.f.unff Vnlerstand -, cbntribuling to he, completion .which" State he was a citizen, to open the can only be petitioners, I propose through
} Washington by
,
Dry<5ooO?,'Heady 3Iadc Clothing. Bats a04 the front,while some other assassin?, having true of lhanheStates .aweflasthepedpre in Atlanta. -Lou'c out raur paper ; that all .the femalea: in every
them. business
Jr s".be we
H Way his monument bankfng
C ps,JJooU J eli Stationery, Hard wired pvnfd tbe'rround I had'abandoned to'save ? 'If. ., of o..nt1-of.\he Slate ol Florid, petition the

Croek r7-G M ri.s,i'rovbioni,Drnrt and M4islowe 'friend-lifted tne' from my feet and\ preciptaled look out' for some.serious',collisions. wltb tbe may have"tbe' honor which _for_.'.wild/eats-!.. Genera Government to tend the niacb dreaded -
k, my Jritish cruisers. to his memory '
ieA"whieb4e7.re.le &'struetnre
;&rara.-Wi". raising
tre&d1erollA
: headldng out'of the pulpit from. .' Gen'>H* ney,to fetQOfe.OIR
me
.r .. e3iiprio memorial their i .
$ 'YT f' : Per contra will be Imperishable of Indian Appropriation
So exchange. : .
-' ; .Jaa.20,4: : ?' J. &_' .hetffht_ of more. than fifteen1'feet. says one : ," I and troublesome neighbors from.the tropical
--, ] 1_ -'- This was' to have tee -tbe hoar' of my ''Tire FlmEI T TaouBLi4l.- .W asbing.- veneration! an. J.gratitude-: 'Those who give heed'to all he1 xpreo.sthn8ofympathy'for lands. I hate'jast heard that the General

.CharD Waa1AacUoaeer, death and could have t.*n. Tbev falling ton.correspondent of the;Ne, YorkCourjer Border: __bBard.e < :: 1he otndian"sofrequently ; says be wahtn no better"port If thw meets

,- ":"ACICSONVILt.'E4E.. with such violence might ive suffieed .tocrush says, the,decided,"conducts \Va!hintoa -'. *, ;GEO. WATTERSTON, f, f ,;. your approbation, please give !it circulation
1etIa.u part. <,.tUtSttotjr' -iid d to., mrtknil ; botG d'was :thereto'protect -, with refer nce. t( the fisheries, anj the firm, Secretary Wdthinyjton National volunteered; .and'"who. allow i 'n your pper.i A'l-'UULe.PIOSUS.

$)mIpIICtl.nr-tidW.Ive3be!*1b W3.* ': .tf ? b. jpoor, but confi.lerit:mant' I fell yet conciliatory "representation's of Mr? .: -* '-".*. ,j/onustjflt. .,'JSbwey.t ., themselves: to imagine,that the government N. B,' The orthodox, .bet. tells 'us the.

HiI.ADotiqa BMBU Bad .& uo .$w kept on tf Boor ofr enemies' bead. shoulders AtarcyTia; ve proilnceJ. Teaspetisipn i ot proceediirg t -- deals I ,''with.the red race only with a; harsh onjuitindge' yielded totbi rmpodunitie.Pr

,.*a By 'Lru .tea the principal market; wber* and It was'afterwards &id,that *s I .f/ !'on the1! part'tFtheEwgliAh! again*} "- ire gratified W" "perceive; :'says, be: well item the woman., .mnsUwIiejs. oar jUst
hand do
would or
M kMpt. bad at all .,1ODle' tb.year, onbaII4TtaacZOab1. '' iron disposition'.ei hed also as iron itself the fidiingYessels r\h'.ibe:'dispnte.J t waterS** : Charleston Couriers that the,'Chambers' of trv note one roler*willy ield to the .prayerl.ol..jtbe fewialts -
tad *
I,. MiIio"OJ.-.Ji.or. &mutu; OrueerIU but I *asta ne4 no' wound' 'from. :my' fall. There"Is'no*\a 1e.aqfo i'ec o'a speedyand CommercB of'New York, have united?'with> rather'great many item*- of'testimony' i in of the. State' ," t. i- ? tf ',
,
. LGOdI lIeU tt SuhlCli"cosnby on f"4aeti.JIi4ts.*1tk The crowd theft 'djeperslncr, I.found jnyselstrechet audJ,. nt; i Chamber r' 'Conwrierce. W in"tklJressitofbe'PdJitmasteriGeneral behalf of.the"white oppressor;!to:be found .) ..2'"Z: '" -

. rhatteor1lri1'aLl.'OI&llttJaD.4i. tie \.tkl1 out on Ibe'ijroand.'witU a'l legion of bad spruii ,;to'eontinokth*.oi rrvingrif theIndian appropriation.which we DmrlIas- p55TOLMf.Wm.c ,' ( ..

.. : diJ1 fpt&rd 4. taSfctfojix&Z.1\'tr yeat1lenx able 4O,. .A,p rsonwal boaslinglhat Ireland. -( j' '. (he tnal( ln'tbevoceaa'lsteamer. between a few--week*- bitched undof'Iawf .bexc! ::1rieirhaiet1-at-beT. sidenin8oUthccr i _
.k9TphI2tieOIuW1IUyIovbarvf7rx ; ago pa
J.J.u.rau e..t-Thencecied: a.kick 4n:ny' from a high familyin ?Ne'w.York and Cbarletton t1t havinX Sll nme, Hocne,1f .thi .t
.. rOfherirfte. thy :""I taetbetIee1 : & TulU carolin ( .
1"Y saia bysUnder 'Jew the Oolted lateB, .
.
dtd 'Iah S4p,1t "
.Ott
* :'4eiiio JeeoOlJll.-.J thai ciuicwrJtcb; hUj duei r8'lgb.t" ieen'underst oc1 that'tbV'jeanying-of 1ti1JJ .. -.
4inI tb f
;b Dn1"-otii -
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tbe'Ith i me of' *. tt 1 > ', bat'the' 'appropriation-, f 'D 14.J '
'* ;it .jot A eoDfoToifonv greatcrowd *'**\ mail 1 wit' lie' iseontinoed:1 : I rejttlaTiannoal '" i'1' siar. .
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-- : dr.be"D" Sf.U'.mi- preTented'tb t \oee 0 l cIcki'1eT! en I could not tooch the i groq.nd.. V { L ; ,." < -

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': ':'. ?'ieetBllatI011 .f Mr. D w lq;- %". """' X.tv. lCottMkKrlK.t. ....- -' Plaakj' ..q..-;r:? ,_
,rpo. .
Still Later Foreign New U ] Sixth::VolumeThe ;; ". ',/A .
''"--orJI. ,. rOn .' ,nonnr I 0 1HilfltAI.JACgt30NVILLE P & Fourth :\\00- C, W.:DowNtxo;'Es<< late'Secretary. of The l'ol* Cotton- 'forJ.da Qlhre0: days J/r Edttorc-Lrdter'Xe+c ot SQte
July' just previus -
the 26tb Jane the American ojf!; occurring ..
steamship
Slate office yesterday. His there ii an article which '
resigned bis ending' on the ;,14th Jane, amounted to 2V ; thottjh Ifw.l.
Boftw arrived at New York with Liverpool ; : to the issue-of thi*number, and consequently feed the 29th instant.
term would have on
ex OCX bale, of.which> speculators took 10,000. written, with a design of promo'Jn >br :
data Wednesday the 15th, bringing three { throwing us somewhat behindhand Mr. D. was elected at the. session in 1848, : of this v
,
the Thursday, July 7, 1853. in our printing office,prevents us from ad- and entered upon, ,the duties of bis office bales! and exporters 1,000 bales, leaving 14- cess eatarpa ptrha '

days' later dates than those brought by extended remarks to our 26th July, 1849:' He bas made'an' efficient 000 bales for the trade:; to do it a serious.inju rf.:. 'The'' rrritet'i:Pit.

'N; Ktlf'C. We have 'received the Jnly number of ressing any very officer. Hereafter we' understand it to be The demand for Cotton was active and mises."that: i U seems\\af bVsettled: that

The English government has announced I Dickens' Household Words, from the publishers ends and patrons which might appropriately bis intention lo reside in Washington, where, the subscribers of crock Bftfe'
to both branches of Parliament that the McElrath and Barker, New ,York. It accompany the .commencement of avolume. from his admirable business qualities, be the quotations remained unchanged. 'con* :fonr J

French and Enid'sh: Fleets bad been jointly is i issued monthly and to our mind this is To those friends and patrons our can-'make himself very'' useful 1 to persons ]In Manchester holders were not pressingtheir promptly and pa'"th.rtqa red: jostalm>

Dardanelles furnished more acceptable: form than as before in Government. stocks the market. the enterprise most fall
-dispatched to the hanks due and tendered with 'Iron this State with claims against. the on ArougA.Tbit, &
are justly are
-
with like in-tructions-.alM) that the best single sheets. Editors can certainly "lay The following are the quotations of the is a great mistake. The enterprise between France and their hands it" better. as sincere a feeling ,of gratitude as becomesthe i
wnderstaedinXexisted on We that his Gov.
understand Excellency, '
the i fall through and thall
England. It was not anticipated that any From Alexander Montgomery, publishers, |I generosity with which business favors Brown; ''has appointed F. L. VILLCPIGUC, Liverpool market on llth, brought by not fall throojJ/A: :

collision between the Fleets and the Russian Newtrated York, we have also received the lUus-I have been bestowed. Esq., to fill out the unexpired term of Mr. the Niagara : Fair Orleans was quoted at considerable amount of money .tj;ia"'i 6.

forces would occur. Magazine of Art, and the Popular The Florida Republican made its first appearance Downing; Mr. Y. is the Secretary of State 6d., Middling Orleans 61, Fair Upland hands of the Treasurer; that amount will be'
I Kwcloff; the Russian Minister of Justice Educator, both for June. elect been chosen the last General the
on the 6th of July 1848 and has having by 6ld., and Middling 51d.S"dden expended upon road, and should "tit
,
had arrived at Paris and was reported to l Assembly to succeed the late incumbent. -
instalments
the The Fourth. been without from now unpaid be still:whhbeld .'
have brought pacific assurances from published intermission Deaths from Heat. tv

Czar. The funds had consequently) recovered.It From the lateness-of the time at which that period to the present. From the 18th The office of Secretary of State was es- the stockholders it is bellnedhere is a wa
was thought that Russia would probably tablished law 1845. The first incum- It is estimated tham Saturday the 18thto to coerce payments which will [
the kind of celebration becoming the 4th of of May, 1849, the paper has relied alone by in certainly
Itmpt"rarity'occury the frontier of the bent was James T. Archer, Esq., who remained Friday the 24th June, there were 60 tried before there is
undertaken the
thought
July was we regret to say upon its business resources for and any of iVjj.
Danube provinces. in the support ; in office until April, 1848, when he deaths in New York city from the excessivebeat
contemplated proceedings the
arrangements; doning
Advices from Constantinople 01 the 13th ( its regular issue since that period precludes Gov. enterprize."A
was appointed by Moseley Attorney
) we published were not carried out of the weather. Of 29 cases of coop
state that the Turkish government had There was no oration the the necessity of other assurance that we have General, vice Joseph Branch, R.*q., resigned.Mr. DIRECTOR.
gentleman "
Landed the Ambassadors of the Four appointed de soliel reported at the hospital on Wednesday
to Archer's tilled the
anremitted vacancy was by appointment =*
individual
to deliver it not deeming sufficient applied efforts to sustain CIRCUIT COURT JUDGEHlP
Powers a note, explaining the measures of A. E. Maxwell, Esq. Mr. M. 24 proved fatal. ,
time allowed to prepare one from the time it. With reference to the political -The Hon.WILLIAM
taken maintain the integrity of the Tuik- he received! the notice. There were, how pretensions remained in the office until 26th July, 1849, In Philadelphia, in one day, Wm.. Free FORWARD
isb Territory, and declaring firmly that all of the paper, those efforts have been when he was succeeded by Mr. Downing, Judge of the Circuit Com for the EuUr*Jt&eial
indications show that the old
eve, many to man, Andrew Thomas,Rachel Kelly Simon
arrangement of the difficult on the basis fire of '76 is still burning. Before the village ). devoted to the success of the Whig party, elected in 1848, who is now followed by Mr. Circuit of Florida,will U voted fa Wh|

of the Russian ultimatum was out of the cock thought of crowing, the "com. and thereby to maintain the principles of Villepigue, whose: term of office will not expire Baird, Michael Groogan, Ellen Duye, and people ia laid Circuit to fill UM crime sltt.e try>,1

question. The French Minister had given mittee of vigilance;* or the Town Marshal 1 that paity. But we have not had alone inview until July, 1857. Thus there have several others, died from the effects of the he DOW hold,at the election ia October ate ;

to Hatch Pacha formal assurances of sup and his suite, or somebody else, was out been four different incumbents occupyingthe heat. Officer Mervine, of the police, wo" July 7. '
port in maintaining the position assumedby fusilade of blunderbusses political success; coming as we did to I office in the eight years since its establishment.
making a heavy taken home insensible hut will
his government.; The British Minister and firecrackers, and after daylight the the State, no mere adventurer, ready to take .-Floridian and Journal, 2d inst. probably JEiJ""The Friends f'the Hon.-THOMAS

was about to give similar assurances. Tur bells {pealed out, banners from the vessels l the wings of the morning and fly to other Candidates: for Solicitor. | recover. DOUGLAS, (late Jndffeof chi Eaitern O A)
key was, in the meantime, fortifying the At Brooklyn the day inquests announce him +
streamed out, and a broadside was opened climes, in contemplation of prospects possibly on same U a eaadidaU for\the otlet et

Bcsphorus. from the Democratic "6aby-waker" The According to request, we today announce were held over the bodies of seven persons ASSOCIATE Jcmct the Supreme Conrt, .feu
inauspicious here-but determining totake
Turkey appears to stand firm to her position jubilee continued the excursion ot Mr. St. of Ocala election ia OctokrDext
was by George Rogers, as a candidate who died from sun strokes. Six others 'J.112.
; and the -pacific assurances" before the steamer Carolina in the afternoonwhicb the chances of the future for the prosperity for reelection to the office of Solicitorof affected.
were seriously Williamtburg S We are authorized
spoken of from the Czar, could hardly be well nigh depopulated the city for a time, or failure of our undertaking-we have the Eastern Circuit, at the ensuing October to. announce.the
and it closed fireworks from the election. Mr. elected last three persons were stricken down. Hon. A. G. SEMMES, M a candidate: for
as by made our paper, so far as circumstances allowed Rogers was "w
from the Russian
fulfilled except by receding same steamer after nightfall. The swarthy of the winter by the General Assembly, for the Five or six fatal cases are reported in the election to the office of AWOCUTK Jrrnci of.tb
a incurs facilitating growth,
demand. "mill harid *' the short between the Supreme Court,at the next October eleetio
were let loose on occasion term intervening expiration Baltimore papers as having occurred on [ *.
and were quite feature in the doings development, and imlrovementoCthe region of Col. Sanderson's term in July, and JuJ.1.leThe.
Accounts by the steamer Africa confirm The Day was certainly "kept up,"' whether in which it is located. Though it has been discovered the October election. He has consequentlyhad one day.
the of the of Nankin by friends of LESLIE
statement capture all who joyously participated in the keepii.g within the present age that editors. no opportunity of exhibiting; his capacities Yankee Enterprise. A.TH01fP.
the rebels. of it but has beena SON at present one of the Associate J aerie
were or not. as a prosecuting officer ?It
lib other people, have to live, and with that
member of the Eastern Bar for several Our accounts from England describe the the Supreme Court announce him to the reteti
WHAT'B IN THE WUiDWe find the An Errur. obligation have, like the rest of the humanhive of Florida
u a candidate for CHUT
in the New Orleans years, and in must ol the counties is well arrival, at Southampton, of a beautiful private Jcmcief tM
following dispatch to keep an eye to the main chance," known as a y< ung man of promising talents, State at the approaching election ia Octotonext.
True Delta of the 23J inst : The Savannah News :hus introduces into steam pleasure yacht, from the United .
theYstilleven in the more enlightened cstiina-; a-id good business qualifications ; and with
SUSPICIOUS VESSELS.! -Head of the Passes, its! columns an extract from a letter, which those who know hut best, is conspicuous States, owned and occupied by our enterprising

June 22.-Two suspicious vessels! armedto recently appeared in the Floridian and Journal ion of their requirements have; much to perform for his high, manly tone of character and! Vanc'erbilt! and family. Commodore :Qr-We are authorized to announce
teeth left the head of the Passes at t
the solely, and without hope of remunera- TAMES M. BAKER.
patriotic sentiments. Without intending Vanderbilt a candidate lor'aM
this and went to in answer to the last communication: n ; had been lionized atSoulhampton.
o'clock alternoon
2 sea.
These free-will offerings of others office of Solicitor for the Eastern
tionforthepublic good. who be
disparagement Judicial Chin
Have these suspicions vessels any thingto from Col. Ward, which appeared in our co- any may and had taken a large number of citizens o
candidates for the office think snit of the State of Florida
at the
l to the public service we have done! ourfair same we we approataiag
do with the late war news from Cuba 1 lutns. It is to the followingis a pleasure! cruise in his steam
necessary say can cordially recommend him to the voters yacht, the election in October next.Ot .
Do the arms consist of the Law muskets to from Gov. Broome, not "Gov. Brown :' proportion of, and while we recur to of the Circuit. North Star.

be sold to Santa Anna 1 Are the vessels Gov BROWN, one of the ablest and roost! them, we do so not in a morose spirit, but 1 he Republican announces the name of f ?: .:The name of Captain S.hIUELSOEU
slave trade ?
the Cuban
to be engaged in in the slave tradein or i influential, advocates of the connection with to claim that they are "free-will offerings James M. Baker, E:q., of Alligator, a'o' HAV.uu.-The Charleston Courier has a hereby announced ai a candidate far the odes

are that they island to aid suppressing We shall know shortly Savannah, in a recent letter in reply toCol. i ndeed. They mipht justify the solicitation as a candidate for the same office. Withthese letter from Havana, dated 22d ult., The of Tax Aaeswr and Collector of Dahl eonty,
from
[Savannah News.A WARD, thus expresses what is no of reciprocity from those who, in reference two 'j gentlemen in the field, we shall t newo that quarter is unimportant. The at the October election.
doubt the general sentiment of the friends of have the gratification of knowing that, let t city was decn'rniiig sickly, and crowd were GEAVTXLT HILL,June 20, 1833.

GOOD ONE.-A wag of a fellow who was the proposed railroad enterprise in FloridaHe I to our common: interest as members of ;the who may be elected, the office will) he well I leaving the Island for the States. The letter

rather short of the "trash" that Shakspeare says : same community, can appreciate efforts disconnected and worthily filled.-News of Saturday. says: oJ.We: are authorized to announce JOHN W.
"'1 he which have been from and 1 he news brought; from England in vela PRICE as a candidate for Judge of Probate
wrote about, wishing to attend the theatre great question we party purposes, guided
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SCPRF.MECOURT. tion to the slave trade has 1 Dural county, at the eoaainrt election ia
OetoWr
created)
himself of discussing has teen acted on by the recent I a great
the other night, bethought a new alone by our understanding of what our do
to raise the wind which he practicedmost Railroad Convention assembled in Tallahassee I. .-It will be seen by the notice in, stir' and some slave traders have been arrested next. Jane Sad
way mestic interest consists. Those efforts mother column, that Judge femmes, of the but the knowing
successfully. Shouldering an old split in such a manner, it is hoped, as will ones wink and smileWhat -. j fnoVe are authorized to announce OSCAR
bottom chair, he proceeded to the Hall, and meet the aprolation of every citizen. Its untramelled by other considerations, we Supreme Court, is announced as a candidate can they mean 1 HART aa a candidate for Jnd.e of !'rob.tut

started up the steps as coolly and deliberately further discussion, at present, seems to he sball continue to exert. fur re-election to the position which he at This is in reference to the recent protests, Dnral County at the ensuing election in October
he had been mad the object of uncalled for, and if harmony has been (present so ably fills and adorns. in the
as though produced As sball British parliament
a political still take
press, ours against the Dex L Jane 23d.OOTbe .
It to be hoped that in the election of higl h very
a special invitation. But the door keeperwas I will be the last to disturb it. Let is ,
wide awake, and suddenly demandedthe us now unite in the great work, determined pride in recognizing the name, and Judicial officers party politics will not be frequent violations of the treaty, in which ( Friends of URIAH BOWDEN present

in defending the principles of the allowed enter, and that high legal attainments Spain was a party, the African
young gent's ticket. not to rest from our labors until the extremes against slave his name as a candidate for theofieesf

"Ticket!" said the wag"Guess' you'vegot of our State, South, East, and West, WHIG party. We are proud of its title, and an honorable, dignified bearing, trade, which trade has of late been extensive SHERIFF OF DUY..lL COUNTY at the

it already. Didn't I gave it to you when are connected bv iron bands-until the because of its bright and chivalrous asso will alone be considered in selecting officers ly carried on in Cuba with the connivance October election.

1 first came in, before I went down afterthis whistle of( the steam engine is heard on the of a Judicial character.NelL'l.So Ind it is Jane 1.1833.ggGEORGE.
ciations. down as said to the
Coming to cs from an epoch aggrandizement ofIbe
chair 1" shores of Tampa" as it gives warning of i its mote it be.-Republican. ,
departure. by way of the St. Johns or S t. in English history in which the men who authorities' of the island. It has been STOSE presents his namoao

A young wife remonstrated with her hus Mans, for Pensacola-then the great city of fought for popular rights first assumed the Very Likely Indeed. ,aid in Parliament that the continuance of f j a candidate for CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT

band. a dissipated spendthrift on his conduct t. the South West t' name of W. H. I. G. a state of will COURT( Doral county at the October
,. perpetuated! by patriots The Rev. R. P. Wilson was spiritually things leave Spain nn- .
dear said he like h
"My am only e tion.at the instance of several
Prodigal Son-I shall reform by and by." The Pros and Cons of the Savannah and in the struggles# of the revolution, adopted magnetised; a short time since in New York ,fUCh in any defence she might be compel April 7th. men

"And 1 will be like the Prodigal Son, too," Florida Railroad. by a party since, who at least sincerely city: and was made a medinm for a lectureVom make against the forcible seizure of

replied she ; ''I will arise and go to m ylir. Holcomb, the-officer who surveyed believed their policy best protected the interests : Henry Clay and John C. Caihoun. I island by any parties who it may bethought To the Voters of Dnral County:
father's hoiis" ami off she went. I respectfully announce myself to my fellow-cit
the route for a Railroad) from Savannah in of the American people- we are not The Reverend gentleman, after having announced have an eye that way. izens of Dual County, as a candidate for tie

"AH, said old Mrs. Doosenbury, "learning the direction of the Gulf for thedelunci among those who are anxious to discard. it, that he was about to hold an interview I' LIBERTY IN FRANCE.They have office of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

is a great tiiiujr, I've utters tell me need 01 'Savannah and Albany Railroad Company,*, nor do we believe that that cunning augury with two eminent spirits from the way dealing with workmen's a summary of said County-pledging myself; ie1 to

sixty it. Why years, would old, and you only believe know it,the I am names now addresses through the Savannah Courier a of our (oes.u It will be known no more old world, sat down,closed his peepers, and France. The authorities manage strikesin to arrest discharge my duties t the best of my ab1tiL

of three months in the year, and them i is letter to Mr. Teft, who so largely# represen forever will have fulfillment other than i in commenced what he pretended was a speech and incarcerate the ringleaders, and to my2&td I. V. GAllENew

spring, fall, and autumn. larnt the name. led the Albany interest of the concern. The the hopes of those who utter it. For the made by the spirit: of Henry Clay. It i is disperse the follower* with a caution. and Provision Store.
Six Grocery
of Mrs.them when I was knows a leetle bit of a gal; !" following' is an extract from his letter. How embodied chart of Whig principles, we still said to have been a compound of the most English brickmakers were thus! imprisoned BHB'I'lIE
bean
alderman Doosenbury! enough to the idea of a joint organization of Florida adhere to them as promulged by the last irredeemable twattle and blasphemy' ever near Lisieux, for undersigned respectfully informs tie eitJL -
leaving their work in consequence liens of Jacksonville and vicinity
with the Georgia portion of the Enterprise, National Whig Conve:: ion. Though defeated | uttered. A correspondent of the Savannah of more being required of them ha opened a new stock of U.

Tommy, my son, what is longtitude crept into the mind of Mr. Holcomb, when while avowing those principles we Republican thus describes it : than was specified in their contract. FAMILY GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
line
A Prove clothes it, son., daddy. it is well known that a separate charter to can point triumphantly to the fact that t the "Among other things the imposter made were released, after having been They In the Store on.rJ eeaple, by ...

my l leading one is the foundation-stone of the I the spirit of Mr. Clay describe its leave-ta k confinedtwenty "J
build
Because' a road, "from Pensacola where article UM
it streches from pole to pole. to some point four hours, with every n cesnqr Family eta
Thomas, son out and hickory the present Administration. The vehement'' ing from the body, and its torophe' thereto a severe lecture b oM o reasonable terms, and for eatjk
my go get a on western or southern boundary line prefatory to taking his spiritual flight lo the from the sub-prefect. 01 .

sprout. of Georgia," was passed( by our Legislature! objurgations of the now supremely favored, other world. Then there was a blasphemous incite a call from purchasers. .

''''HAT'sthe matter, John!' we are at a loss to conjecture. So far even against the Compromise as a "finality," and narrative his reception by the Great THE CALIFORNIA Dccx..-With regard to JulyT : BL litONELL.

Hain't done nothing, father.' Middle Florida seems to have comprehendedour against) him who should dare to" acquiescen Spirit of the universe, and by the spirits Mr. the duel about to be fought between Senator Dr.Robert Martin,

'Well, what are you crying for, you lubberl1 interest better than to have even now echo in the ears of the village Clay had known in the flesh ; among whom Gwin and the Hon. J. W McCorkle, a cot AVING pretlot i Providence,
contemplated were Calhoun, Jefferson, Franklin, and Tom to- the .--
any uch scheme : urchins; while, too, on every hand, we are followed respondent writes that it was to be fought of COLUMBIA .
,,
'I was afraid you would whip me.' Paine Next a long string of sons county generally, i&
" Mr. Holcomb told the Administration is on the morning the steamer left. The various branches of his ,
What! whip you when you haven't ne writes. cementing itself "bold disjointed chat" about the necessity cf weapons close attention to those who profession a 10">

anything!' "I agree with Cot Tift most fully t that upon a pledge of "acquiescence," and ultraists framing governments upon the new principles to be used were rifles, and the distance a call, to of.public m +hm 8v. w

Yes, sir. the ultimate destination of the work ,shouli are found in both sections 'of the Union taught by the spirits and their thirty paces. The friends of the parties had July 7th-tC merit.a pr

. 'Go into the house, yon booby.' he !Mobile there connecting; with the gr; eat supple enough to accept office with a concession "media." Throughout this rigmarole therewas been trying for the previous Hiram Flour Pork
John felt quite relieved and went into West and! Southwest and New Orleans an abundance of bad grammar, and twenty four Smt's Bacon ,

the house, and his father went down to the ttuough the Mobile and Ohio and the Mobile of that pledge.. # As a principle, the worse logic. In the body Henry Clay was hours to arrange the affair amicably without Butter, .

.. farm. Very soon his father came back i in i a and New Orleans roads-the latter hav \Vbig ,aided by tbeUnion Democratslthroul1h; guilty of neither. When the speaker had avail. Mr. Marshall acts as the friend of JUST RECEIVED, from New York-

rage, and laying a cowhide over the urcbiu'fI" 5 ing recently taken its position among at a long conflict maintained theCompromise; as talked himself out in this direction, he Mr. McCorkle! and Mr. Dameron, naval ,. Bbl Hiram Smith's Fou
back, said- least projected works. paused, still keeping his eyes closed, ruble Twenty pure Gene
a policy, the opposing host is now marching his officer, as the friend of Senator Gwin. Mess Side Goabea Batter
bands *
'Did I not tell you, when I went away, to set his heal! a wagging as i if Pork
under the banner which White and
hoe that ?' Col. Tift they stole. In regard under a new afflatus from the "spirit world "
corn appears to consider me commit The New York Herald publishes tabular Poor Hnnered Bushels Corn;
'Yes, sir! but yon told me just know yon ted in my report in favor of a route pen 16'. to our foreign relations, too, the Whig and then commenced in a flippant and j ji jocose statement a For sale by .

wouldn't wbip me if I hadn't done nothing!' trating Florida. He has misapprehendedme. creed displays itself in the Democratic pal style, to personate the spirit of John compiled by its Cuban correspondent Jnly_ S. H. WILLIAMS.'

I do not suppose my opinions can be cy. If, then, by the sheer virtue of our C. Calhoun He made Calhoun begin by showing the exact number of negroes
New
Clieese.
"Well lather, wasn't Mr Alexander a hero worth much on this weighty subject. Nevertheless remarking that he agreed with everything ; known to have been introduced into Doter aad

1" "Yes, my boY.NL'I the reply of Mr. such as they are, they are.by no doctrines, we can in a measure shape the his 'friend Clay" bad just uttered." the island of Cuba from Africa I Firkins Dlw Co BatteJj
within
Dates. Well, then, father, wasn't Alien AI- means in favor of carrying; the road into destiny of the country even when out of From the above description the 6 BeH"
we
are 1
naturally five
exanner a she-ro 1" 'Put that boy to bed,* Florida, except as a measure of expediency power, surely we are exhorted to preserve led to infer, that the in the months ending 31 st of may, 1853. The Just per Apple' Ce., frm New- York
spirits rif
was the quick reply of the father. number of slaves thus CO.
having reference to an existing charter, our integrity, and there is even more to sustain other world have no for the imported is 9,049 I Jnly 7_ F. WAVERHfAM _
and the respect living At this
liberal aid looked for from rate, the annual
"You say, Mrs. Smith, that you hare that us in our efforts than a hundred triumphsno English, nor for importation would SMITH'S FLUR
And Lindley
source. it be poor Murray
may a over amount to about
lived with the defendant for grave questionalter 20.000, which take this
eight mere numbers. we to -g .
years. all choie
whether whose HbI
the
have
expected aid and pages they often
the pored while be M.
Does the court understand from that a pretty close V received by '
married to him ?" you are facilities afforded by the charter in question Having no farther time to indulge in i this in this sublunary hemisphere. approximation to the fro t h. July F. WAVER.

"In course it does." will overbalance the disadvantages of a strain of( remark,we again.extend our thanksto | Key West. .
diver ence so much South and out of our Duct.: -Mr.Cohn, editor of the Stoats tfO.4
"Have our in this county
marriage patrons to
certificate
a 1" our ,
you own territory-and especially' if that organization many Zeitung, and Dr. Wintzel, editor of the A correspondent of the Savannah Courier, NO.4
"Yes honor
three 'em-two friends in Columbia
your on gals and
and a boy." is to be a separate and distinct one, other adjoining' Veutclie-Zeilung! fought a duel, on Sunday writes from Key West under date of Jiiae22d i BYRES BU 1I.
and the Florida road to be counties. As another return improvements i afternoon, which -
is worked by its some resulted in a serious wound
Verdict for the plaintiff. Call the : To Planters and
next _
own officers, lU own machinery, cars &c. in department of"our to the 'former. The conditions Ohe.
every which
on
case-Gag and Bluster, vs. the Pizerinctum p a "The a' *
Institute. What is wanted, is a road under one set of per is required, and the propriety. of which: they fought were, that one of them should season for wrecking business still the best this SELLING OF PRmEc. *N rt>*

officers on) system of management. To I has been as obvious to o'irself first fire at fifteen paces, and having advanced Since January years, continues active. I sell Goods 'cost when a KB.:i Fifty! .Doan
pioceed without the as to our nearly forty vessels have '
of Florida ten, should receive
'I cooperation his
won't cover heel Ml be adversary'sye wad i
darned iif i
been m
your will be readers. The of lost"vreckecl.or arrived here in .J M. ClATLJSfr.KOTICE. > ..
I do,*-as the ragged stocking said to the perhaps to pioceed more slowly, making such fare at five paces. By the trial shot, the Every mail swells distress. Ja .
novel reading lady. but it may be more surely. Independent ments has not as yet been subject to ollr first fire was allotted to Mr. Cohn: He continue the number; and if accidents .

of any question of expediency, I am not choice. When we are enabled to make fired accordingly' but missed, and advanced will show as numerous, the end of the NO COLORED PERSON wffl hw ft M
.. "Have you said your prayer! Johnl" No quite satisfied' that the line should go much them shall ten paces. pro Wintzel raised his pistol. year a fearful loss to commerce allowed to travel oa any of the bead 1ningbetweea8civtnn&haadihis
ma'am. It ain't my woik: Bill says the below TroupTille, in Lowndes Co., and we do so without large promises in bnt lowered it again.! The hope thus raised l upon the Florida Reef. The quarter alrea portaal!-I

I rayers and 1 the amens'e! agreed to it Thomasville, in Thomas Co., and thence to advance, but we shall nevertheless 'do sowithout that he did not intend to fire was disap dy of reported involves property to the amount mewl eompanied ticket by,their to be master retained or owner the or Csptan banal, ; -
by
and
cause it comes shorter." Mine eligible crossing of the Apalachicola, stint of expenditure, and with tb e pointed ;r for he presently raised his pistol safely near estimate one a half millions, and we'can the steamer,and t ba endorsed if rig.

r not far below the junction of the Flint And | hope of building a which again, fired, and struck Mr. Cohn on the millions the !losses for 1853 at two some well known .., Interested*"*
up of
Pious JLfan.-An editor out West I lasbas Chattabooche. In_carrying out this course,, will be in newspaper right side", below the ribs. At first, the dollars-a sum sufficient to build pleas* take notice,aa thia rule will,h 1.d'CLGbORN"
married a girl named Church; he says he the line, with a view to the ultimate extension every way creditable to the State t wound was pronounced aortal : but we a Railroad from your City to Pensacola d forced. ,
'
enjoyed more happiness since be joined the of a branch, (or a main line, should Ma. WwwTJca's: ,AbMOaY.-Tbe New were glad to learn last evening that Mr. Gulf thus be Stream.able .to avoid the dangers of the. CNG1_

:. Church than be ever did in bis life before. circumstances give it that direction,) into Cohn was improving and might a.LlEA.t..1 '.*.n.i rm BP. -
recover. ----
: -
York, Express says that a delicate MU..;. "_II L__ __. .. -_ 6.
t'lorida'migbt be carried from the Al ; compliment use uan C
lama ha, uoa nut ueen exiracieu.-xv. U, A SHORT '
A Good Old Jolt."How did you sleep in the direction: of be N. W. corner of Hamilton baa been! paid to the accomplished lady Courier, 21st. little SJCRMON FOR LITTLE BOTS.-A WAVE r d+
boy ten BR
last night,?" asked an anxious landlady of Co. few miles of the deceased ', > years old, being requested by .JaekiiaT'Jana
West
or a but shouldnot statesman It is also
a new lodger."Why ; ( by some friends stated that after the occurrence his mother to ante a ,composition,, as an 23,,' 1858.JOSEPH AIIY -

madam, if the inmates of your that, in point my, until bumble a point view,is be reached carried, Ectat suitable of l in that city. Wishing to testify ,their respect the surviving$ party fled, and the ,officers? exercise, asked on what subject he: should .- V, 1'-
write. Truth
., boas. were only democrat, should bare for the Westerly divergence, to for Air. Webster's memory, and their! were in bot pursuit of him., Inasmuch ,as in was.tbe, subject given, and

been.* taken out of bed !t" carry the line by, or below Troupville necessary, and 1 regard for Mrs.. Webster, who is"a 'New they did not pursue and arrest both o_ Ith slate a,few from moments which the after the boy brought his DRAPER&'TAIL1ACBSONViLl, OR>,
Who do you mean t"! of York (lady subscribed following is a literal E.-.F.: -
e **The fleas to be sure. 'Union is Thomasville; course being governed they. the sum of twen_ parties' before the unhappy meeting, what copy : & '
strength V.11ERNANDEZ.tVstttast4to
far I '
as necessary, by engineering difficulties. ty five thousand dollars as a a farce ills to be -
I U a maxim they do not appear to under and facilities. present. They running"after them after '" .TRUTH. bU friends and th*pnblie *
..,' Rand, for bad they been unanimous, they have tendered:their liberal offering'.in the all the harm.that could be, has been> done I ''Truth is the best thing in the world and tt. liberal patronage he has pe**

", .: could early have carried me of.11 : THE MISSION TO' CUllli-The form of an elegant. residence,. handsomely) those who tell the truth can not help from strict'atteatiea ta txuiaeas, to eel*Ip

: "I was not avian that 1 had a single one I bing. furnished, or as an investment OREGON 1NDFzITT-1oURFoavi.-The being happy all the days of their hr,., And assortment asses.otthesams.af H otfs,,;i.r.J'W.real.b__
Union subject-to those
ton confirms the statement that the :: who tell lie. ho l' ona o .
the wbat
.aid i
; the house i it
r 10 landlady. her correspondent of the .Journal a pity is. CLOTH tfttenatCASHMERES.
sole control and "
.... Mdonl beliefs, you have," retorted the mission to China has been tendered to the for her sole benefit. says, that a proposition will be of Commerce I For.they can not.help from tejnz, unhappy. and Pl Ts nt.
: made .
"- r;...;: )lodger, ''1b"lre alf married, and bare uo"* Hon.! ; R. J.IYalker, of.Mississippi (fdrmerJ1... A call J has been made,in the British Par that portion of Oregon which in to 1844 purchase all Few the days ol their life.", '-. pal VFSTINGS ttlreet of di rent the putt t."
", paragraphs of the INGS b. t Ne
'commonly' Urge families. liament for ,the was declared to be same length con -
Secretary of the and that correspondence unqnestionably all
\ ( .", treasury,) ho. has ,relative to ours, but taint more wholesome troth &eXt .
; 1te
-.1' t accepted the appointment.,_ ", the imprisonmenr!', of negro seamen in'South was subsequently, yielded_ to.Great Britain. .-. y. wi&dk in a workman.
:" ).'I had I lo btu people talk behind"one's Carolina The belief wai I him a salt?el
4 I!.l.. 'bnet". a,' the tble, Mid when a constable : B) the'time, ha reaches:his post 'he may: South',Carolina,? 'OI1Id.aDriuJ: her expressed black laws that .. A'.young lady"recently ;discharged'her' :-. MARRIED'OathihtrUstbolL'by tks, -..tf-v: .'k door from DrByrn1 "w be a N'-
ReT.* .
&
was ..t..i..jj himaaJ erflnp "itop. tbiif!fl,. bars the 'Hiew Jyasstjr1* to 'deal with.. if properly;.pressed so to..do., ", _"k' j J lover l III't MY., because. .be*told' her that.. the, .wind_bad Mom, .T&o. -$oti. ;:and Mio Aerie Rtixcc4. :, LM-*,; !.,.. W- .

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i. to the this
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wth
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Founder
permanent *a-nd Mathithttf.Jacksonville .
ing Soap in .
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:-1 in ont" for a9variation. "
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This is tru1 .a wonderful remedy for IN- to one week. Fruits and turn the hands without any key. .
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This worn is the most difficult one to destroyof Linens; 3-1 and 4- brown and bleach'd Goods; oppor- .

all that inhabit the human body. It grows toaa Brown Drilling and Cotton naburgs; STERLING SILVER SPOOKS CCPs FORKS, This company will issue policies OD the Joint

almost indefinite length, and becoming so White and colored Lien Drillings,and Farmers' PIE KNIVES, NAPKIN RIC9 FRUIT E IVE stock principle and upon the mutual plan, thus
coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomach Pants Muff; Pavilion Gauze; Wr.DDI.Ne CAKE KNIVES. &C. &C. combining the benefits of both systems toe

at to produce Fltt, St. "/"' Dare, 4c., which Needles, Pins, Cord, Hooks and Eyes, Tapes, Watches and Jewelr exchanged. All Watches tion of the insured. a op
is the caure of many going to the grave not believing Braids, Darning Cotton, col'd and white Spool warranted to good / the Policies will be issued at the lowest '
tie
that these complaints have their origin do; assorted Buttons. Fancy Vesting; returned- O money premium that can W adopted and n'

from the Tape Form; consequently they do not Apron and Furniture Checks; Towels, Napkins, Repairs. site security C the insured and perpetuity &1
ue the proper medicines for their disease. To and Doylers: one institution.
those who are afflictel with this awful foe tokealth lists, Caps.Boots And Shoes. A few of those inimitable % usic, All kindo Watches and Clocks cleaned and Policies issued for the benefit of a married

I recommend the u"e of my iVory Syrup Bronze, Ties, for Ladies. beau- best manner, at much less than woman, o the life of her husband, or any other

and Liver PHI The Syrup to be taken in IV AV THEE Ll\K of the uu prices. person, will enure to her separate use.independently -
doses of two table rpoonfuls three times a day; Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Kice; Hermetically sealed pa- GOd by express or mail to all parts of of her husband and of the claims o bee

then take from five to eight of my Liver Pills to Meats and Fish; Almonds, Raisins Bratdy Unitd Sltes.GEO. creditor '
dislodge and pass the Worm. By strictly follow :Fruit; Wines, Cordials and all kinds of Li- Call i C. ALLEN, SLAVES. ixstrrtEO on ruDa11.c

ing }bee directions, the most obstinate cases of quors; Ale, Lemon Syrup; Candles; I Importer of Watchei and Jewelfy, California and Australia Risks taken.A. .
Tape Worm can be peedily cured. Ginger Pepper, and Coffee ground, ready for contain calomel hdesale and Retail
use; All Spices: Patent Medicines; They no or mercury No. 11 Wall st. Sid floor WILBR
ROCITO or STOMACH IVOim. Matches, Soaps, Olive, Cut and Plug Chewing any form, or any deleterious ; near NEW Dr".dwT.Jane TURK. Agent, 129 Congress .
This worm is usually found in the small intestines Tobacco; Pickles; Yeast Powders; Cigars and whatever, and are at once attractive 16-y tny26-y .

.and i* the worm most common to children; Sunfi Starch and Blacking. the pleasant to the taste and
;
it is not entirely confined to them, as adults eye, SIILIII and Tobacco.
yet
Also, a well assorted Mock of Glass, Crockery; Woodman's
in their Children
bare frequently been known to suffer with them. Hardware and Cutlery Carpenters Tools, anda operation. eat PETER LOR1LLARD MANUFA'CTLTRER
The Symptom inert prominent while affected great variety of other; articles. for cash only with great avidity and pleasure. J : Cherrf Expectorant.
with this worm, are hardness and fullnes of the ar- No. 42 Chath"nt,, New York,
-
BYRNE'S BUILDING
at ft j-No. 4, Bay THE CURE OF
FOR
belly, slimy Iltoollloot'neu of the bowels, picking OFFERS for following articles war-

at the nose, a blnciMi streak under the eyes. street.June 23. T. M. CLEILA D. UTICA, Ded. 2, 1852.; ; of superior quality:Maecobny, Consumption Decline. Asthma, Brcri
ic. If you or any of Your children have any of Gent.-The frequent cans and "" i Scotch, Coarse French Rappee and other Snuffs; W aiting of the Fit*, Nikl ,
the above HOBENSACK'JS Wi KM States!!!! :; : also Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-foil and papers ; a Sti.
symptom Health for the able reportswe get of the use of and more particular description of the various articles of Blow, Whonping.Cough, Di'J
SYRUP be
can safely depended upon. By using DOTTE'S WORM SUGAR DRops,'reminds ran be known ly sending for a full price currentas Breathing. ColdS
it you have a certain, safe and speedy cure; andif Cough.l"jl
after using it according to the directions, the of the promise I recently made to f above. 3m mar 17 PIJsic Pain it

patient is not restored t.. health, and the worms you some certificates taken by us. I Cloth Diseases ofthtChest

thoroughly eradicated from the syttcm, you can with you will find copies of two, ; at the INDIA nUBBKlMiOODS. and Lung I

rest assured there i*no remedy beyond the grave. Habers and William Stanton'a, I !! THE Subscriber would respectfully call the This is the remedy universally used and recommended
Ai for fail, there illl no such word as fail, with honest and reliable men. the latter of his old customer and merchantsthron'hont by the Medical Faculty where it ha*

those who ue iny IVorm Syrup. been known the United States and Canada to bis been introduced.It _
to
me nearly
ASCAUIDES orlm.n Thrrnd Worms. twenty years.Today stock of Rubber Goods, manufactured by himself contains no opium or other
a farmer called and got espres.lv for the spring trade of *S5J. His gredient, and is safe for the most dr'
These to which tbe human
worms, ifll liable
system
are the most troublesome of all others. They second box, the first having been : stock of RUBBER CLOTiilNG, is prica1arly It i:estimated tha. loOCOO persons die annually

are generally to be found in the rectum, and if istered with very favorable results, deserving of inspection ; as it has never befor in the United Stat with consumption, and
allowed to remain, from the irritation they produce two or three weeks since, to a been so complete. nor the articles more perfect.AN .- 'Professor Eberly says a vast number of these

lay the foundation for serious disorders, I of his, thirteen years old. In this EXTENSIVE STOCK OF could I* sated by the timely a of some promptremedy

curb as inflammation of the bowels and other derangement HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. the parents did not know that the Coats, Capes. Pants, Overalls, Lgging Carriage we believetha a Medieine'powellliD'&al1Jlnit.
will effect wherever it is used
Cloth, Wading Pants, *, cures "
*of the stomach. The best and safest I.ino
voided worms, but she immediately 1'7. home well abroad. This is no Paregoric
Medicine that can be uwd is HOBSiA'SACK'S low ers, Gloves, Caps, Machine Hlh' Engine at as as
covered her health. I Life : Balls, preparation but one which if toed in season
WORM bYKUP. :uch is the astonishing EXTRAORDINARY CCRE OF LOGS OF HEALTH. in Packing, .
of Medicines Atcaradu that Truly and respectfully yours, and description of Rnbber Goods will save the lives of thousands. Many certificates
power my over 1 DI-ORDF.RF.D STOMACH, INDIGESTION AND WhiJ every could be furnished, but it is preferable that
hand- The above are warranted
on
to where Worm WILLIAM BRISTOL
defy one produce a ease
any my DETERMINATION OP THE BLMOD TO THE The
Medicine should sell on its own merits
Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended to be ; to stand any climate-and will be sold at most reasonable any
Orders solicited and promptly attended following is only one of thousand testimoni
used, that they will not cure. All that is neee5ury UTICA June eta. to prices
10,1852. weLt
HEAD.of als from known Phyndam.
is to use the Syrup in accordance with directions : a Letter from Mr. John Lloyd, ofrwtl'cn to by ,
I certify that I purchased of D. HODfJMAN, 27 Maiden Lane,
on each bottle;and in case a gentle purgative E' Hailech Merionethshire. 9.1S&
near New OBLKAI
*,Aprd
First from Broadway, and '
is required in order to allay the irritation WHo BRISTOL & Co, day before corner
Dear Sin The generally are fully
they the Liver lllla their To Professor HOLLOWAY: box of Bardotte's Vermifuge 5 Nassau street. Net York. public
produce by sympathising day, a of the thousands of Rem-edieifovlis.ses4
aware
SIR I avail of the first of
: myself opportunity jan _
action and healthy operation upon the for child of mine four and 2'mWatche
a ------ -- of
I Drops, a Lungs, under the titles Sanapsnillas. Pills-
informing that for a long period was
bowels,is the most pleasant Iedicine that can be you very $1; Gold ail/or Ware,
taken. afflicted with a dangerous giddiness and frequent years old, whom I supposed troubled e ad Plasters, Liniments, b. that are daily broughtto
swimmings in the he vd, attended by loss of appetite worms. I had tried to get i II. & CO.. their notice through the newspaperS byway .

nonnxsACK'3: LIVER PILLS. disordered stomach and generally impaired down her several timeS but could not '.s; WHOLESALEWATCH of advertisements. My object in writing this
Xo part of the system is more liable to disease health Every means had failed to give Crape JEWELRY HOUSE, note fir publication is to induce the public or at
than it without holding her nose, and No. Baltimore st., S. E. cor of Charles least those who are afflicted to use one that eoa-
the Liver, it being supplied with numerous me any permanent relief,and at length it became a
would vomit But ml ill Diseases
blood vessels and nerves, and if diseased the 80 alarming that I was really afraid of going all up again. of English and Swiss Watches talus articles of use Pulmonary
blood of coarse flowing through all parts of the about vithontan attendant. In this melancholy I, she got the taste of the SUGAR DROPS inted IMPORTERS description. Watch ea' I am f onsc-'ons that in so doing.am the acting interest mOltuuprof.ionany.

body,'roduces Liver Conjoint, Jivndice, JBil- condition 1 waited personally upon Mr. Hughes. cried for more. Yesterday and Makers and Manufacturers fine Gold Jewelry.We and derogatory to Pnetttioners

tout AffectUM, llytpepiia, fyc. frr. Chemist. Harlech, for the purpose of consulting we gave her the contents oftbe box el the attention of Southern and Western of Medical Medicine.Science 1,refer and the to Woodman's regular Cherry
him as to what 1 had better do. He kindly recommended in Watches. Jewelry and Silver Ware, to
LIVER COMPLAINT to-day it brought away FOUR': them that in Expectorant which i* a scientific remedy that 1
Pills. I tried them without delay low our very extensive stock, assuring f
is attended with chills, succeeded by fever, severe and after your taking them for a short time I LARGE WORMS! some of them a no article in our line shall we allow any establishment haven ed with more success then any of thEusual

pains in the region of the Liver vomiting, bitter am happy to bear testimony to their wonderful long. to surpass us, either in quantity, quality or Prescriptions used by P L At
taste, yellow furred tongue, puke full and bounding Wholesale Home J. M. MAI fLANU, D.
efficacy. I am now restored to perfect health, MARTIN HUBER, or low prices. We are th only
,the pain in the side is increased bv pressure and enabled to resume my usual duties. You are East of the Basin Broad-st. in this branch of trade Raltimore, and shall A
Big lobn A.
should the left lobe be effected tbe pain is generally fair means to induce and Western Sold by W. W.Lincoln, a Mayer, *
this letter in
at.ber
at to
liberty publish any way you use every
in the left shoulder with a short dry cough to accounts with usOur Solomon t Co.J. B. Moore k Co .T. .Tar-
think
the skin becoming of a sallow apptaranet. and the may lam, sir proper., obedient servant, UTICA, Nov. 16, 1852.Messrs. terms merchant liberal open and accommodating as ner& Co.,Jus H.Carter. 1. E. Deferd, Apothecaries '
stools clay-colored This disease can be cured Signed your) JOHN LLOYD. WHo BRISTOL & Co., Cloth can possibly.11:b found in the United States. Hall in Savannah, and all Dmtritftfeverywhef.

by the tie of HOBENSACK'd LIVER PILLS, June 6th 1852.UIRACCLOCS. \\ take in showing our S S
Gentlemen,-My little daughter, Hat e wi great pleasure OLIVER T. AGO. General AIft"3M
as they act directly upon the seat of the disease, Southern and Weste n
and then operating upon tbe bowel, they expelall CCRF. OF DROPST. 7 years, had been ailing for three or French good they open accounts with ns or merehts. nroadway PAY'NE.New York. .

the corrupt and vitiated matter from the system Extract of a Letter from Edward Rowley.Etq. months and fearing that she might Vest-n, L. MILLER & CO., JOHN M. Jacksonville Agent,,Fla.-
troubled with about Baltimore. ,
of
week Watches
worms a feb3-Cm Importers S
.. of India Walk Tobago, dated April to March Slly'COSDITIOS ,
DYSPEPSIA. at store box of
bought your a -
8th. 1852 ADVERTJSJ3MENT.DIRECT .
The symptoms of Dytpepcia, and its various Professor ITE-S SUGAR DROPS, and do as I
HOLT.OWAT
To : or AlUrmiive lwslesv
diseases dizziness in the head,heartburn,
are .
oppression tered them all to her in ,
after eating meal, sourness arising from DEAR Sia: 1 deem it a duty I owe to yon and one day. TRADE.fTWE .. -
the stomach te-, and sometimes general languor the Public ,t large to inform you of a most miraculous twenty-four hours after, she passed I Y' on advertiser b prepared to receive COT-' These powders have been extensively nsed

of the whole body. From this it will be seen that recovery from that dreadful disease I TWEHTT-TWO WORMS, some of them Jl TON in this, or by his at any citb general satisfaction, for the purpose of im-
DROPST and which under God, was effected by ogents of kea itdaeed
the condition horses-
the disease owes its origin to a disorganized state or twelve Inches lone. We !: other of the American ports, and Conad it to proving
Pills. I five times It
your invaluable was tapped disease bard work or improper feeding
of the Liver and Stomach. HOBENSACK'SLIVER S her no other medicine. Since then, elr in anv port in GItEATBRITA1NOr on tbeOONTfXTENT by
and treated by two manifest its &-
within months skilfully short time t
eight but a >
PILLS iI the medicine to effect bw directed rvqmres
very a cle be- OF a* may
been different child. .
medical practionere, but could not get cured, nn- baa a entirely.She rUHOPE. Live action in the improved spirit and appearance
and lasting in of the
act this
permanent ;cure,as they by changing or any
the certain morbid actions of the system intoa .till had recourse to your remedy and notwithstanding -" had not slept well nights bnt by UOML&TIC w-nsiznora OR FOKEIft.V Of the animal and nay be safely used both M a

healthy action, and rendering the blood pure all I had undergone, this miraculous to cry out in her sleep, and I was make CASH ADVANCES lBRKIT.andto preventative smd cnn for many complaints tef
and i r
in the of six weeks. : ii BotU, Hidebonnd -
Female. medicine cured me course I we should not raise.her. Now she is Also to'execnte for any articles which they are subject: Neb
T. '
fSi, EDWARDROWLEY.. ....'. --i.d. oren market. ,.Loss of Appetite YelloW water. Distemper -
-' '- -
Yon will find these Pills an invaluable medicine tirety wcii. desired; in any foreign or &c. Kelerence to1 gentlemen Who have
which In KFALUBLE CURE OF A STOMACH COMPLAINT, l'leaseaddress HENRY }lA' KI: ," .
in to are subject.
various .
many complaint you Having previously used 16 used it with success can be. given.
obstructions, either total or partial, they have WITH INDIGESTION AND VIOLENT HEAD worm medicines in my family, I can a Commission lercht. Bowley's je9-3t Whar. my26 For sale by T.McMILLAN.
been found inestimable benefit in restoring and ACHES. )
recommend BAROOTTC'S DROPS ,
blood and other fluids,M as to cure as
purifying the
an complaints which may arise from female irrenJar Ixtrvct of a Letter from Mr. S. Gowen, able to all other remedies for the J. H. G. HcCUTGHEN, NOTICE

as headache, dimness of sight pain Chemist, of Clifton, near Bristol, dated tual eradication of worms.WILLIAM ATTORNEY AT LAW. ALL person are hereby forbtd5 trespMsftii oK
.: in the side, back tu. These pills are the only July Hth, 1852. STANTON, WASHINGfON CITY, U. C.. lands on thE St. JotuT river lyE
safe and effectual remedy to cure tbe following radices in the of the and tiaetslymeon both sides of thE river between S
HOLLOWAT 42 Water Street CoI ltricL.
complaints: Gout Nervousness Melancholy, To Professor : late P fo ', '. Hambly Old StoVE and Mount Tucker, and otf '
1 lady named .
SIK by a prosecutes
Sick Headache. Giddiness Rheumatism Die- DUE : am requested -- Horses-&e. Salt Spring, at the north end of Lake George
from the West Indies, to Bounty '
trecsing Dreams Dimness of Sight, or in fact Thomas,just that arrived for a period of eight years herself Always ready for use 1st By a late act of Congress, off widows of as I shall pro&cute ill tresspasserf. W the full exJoneZSitf -
any ef the Diseases that arise from affections of acquaint you continued bad health direct- revolutionary Soldiers are entitled to Pensions. tent ofthe Jaw. BER.l'i..tNDEZ
suffered from S
and family 'JOSEPD M.
of the Blood constipation and soldiers of the
the Liver impurity or The widows officers '
".if tbe'Bowels. -, arising from disorders of the liver and stomach, .2 War War o Mexieo and the Florida
violent headaches for -
indigestion, loss of appetite,
hnsbsad
Medical Evidence.We weakness War, are entitled to Pensions; if their
and
pains in tbe side, general debility
the.undersigned, physicians, having bad for[ which she consulted the most eminent men m .L were killed in service, or died od..eDttacd Kotice.SK .
.
the receipt of their manufacture submitted to us the colony without any beneficial result ; at last em white in service. ; received" In 1'n' 'MONTHS after date 1 shaH aflMyHon. 10 tIt
nave
for inspection say that the ingredients of which she had recourse to pour invaluable PilU, whichin with 3d- All widows whO? renewal of their Pen- Judge of Probate for Distal e osnty
they are composed makes them the best pill in a very short time effected so great a change pension are' entitled W.a for a final settlement and dischargE a*joint A Vmlnutrator

we for all disease of the Liver, impurities of the for the better, that she continued them, and toe used aions. addressing M on the estate of Obadiah. Coiigar/
Blood te. GEOHGE WOOD,M. D. wkole family were restored to health and strength. Geer- 'These can b*obtained by 't'eb. abv' late of raid county, defeated 5-

F. CROWLEY M. D.: Further she desires me to cay,'that she has witnessed post paid_ 2m jeloMJm GEt C. FLEiHNO.

1..ZiOWEN, M. V. their extraordinary virtues in those eom- : -
OPnrehece none but those having the signature plaints incidental to children. particularly in Notice. -

or"J.lJ. HOBEXSACK" seaR others eases of measles and scarletina having effected : L LS 'to':an order of the Hon. the Sheriff 3 SfQe.Btv'rrtneof .-

are worthless imitations.A positive cares of those diseases with no other rem- .. AGREEABLE of the Eastern Circuit of S an execution bR..t oIaIa1.

eats wishing new, supplies and all others edy. (Signed) S GOWEN. the State of Florida.held TO and for the CoU ,in and for the County of v.
wishing to become Agents, must address the pro IS & '
of at oatery.
fine celebrated Pill are wonderfully ffficaciou C.1UIDbilayTer. v ?, val I will public tfrt"'lSTCoSrtHouse'door.in !
prietor.J. JJ. O NSACK at his Laboratory Cowt Hom i the toWn t. -* .
JNe. 130 North Second street above Race,PHIL in following complaint the Town of Alligator Columbia county on BO the first >lond y of July next wttMnf thE

ADELPHIA.Sold Ague Dropsy Inflammation I supply first Monday.of August nest the following de- usual hours of sale the followinsWp $Y'.W
by nil Drafgifts and Merchants in the Asthma Dysentery Jaundice lands to wit: T tortheast United States.; my26-y Bilious eomplts Erysipelas Liver eompl'tiBlotches : lotion twentf-fiTe (25. six, I) rang teD old; one horse eart-=lefied ota M &W'Property
: years
Lumbago
Female
on skin irwgn- 1Leonard's seventeen (17.) SimeOD lTyhrsadMargrC7J'
Be wet eompTtt Unties Fevers of aU ; sold as the property of Cader Un his wife, to satisfy .raid execution ID r.1'WTheodore' .(
Z.D.; GILMAN Colies Fits kinds 2 doors S land eotroty.dXeeased, fur the psi- er I rty'uniDAtI. VjuciW.
. ,, Piles Rheumatism ConstipationGout Yeast .PowdcrThisPowder ; ld ditrisioa5of! said estateYOUNG ._ G.My'rr..,.. u.. -".,,". J'I. ,
ti3 .o :!_rtFljfl frjjP I R of &&. u OJUJL ** *
bowels D p
of the .
of .
Retention '* .mong the hei AlI estate: .By LftDOWU.'GD. *
Jtt : .NNSiX.VANIA,AVENUE, Consumption tbe Urine Headache is an admirable very*" 'ALEXANDER l.1m. 9W

WASHINGTON CITY Scrofula or Debility Indigestion for YCAST la making Bread I i S .
Throats Stone Gravel ARTHUR'ROBERTS.Ccmtmunontrt.. '
Eva Sure -
King's kind of Batter Cakes and baa
S NOTICfi.THIRTT S
tnnntat and Soli Pnprietar tfGIL Secondary Symp-Tie Douloureux Jjunonrs' the a .
Yeast in making S
VenerealAffeeWocmspfaU vantage over supplied 9lmNotice. i fa tho
WAN'S tons Ulcers June 4th, ]8' DAYS from date wmanb'
-
'' Weaknesstiom perfectly light and ready for i of Probate for Columbia eoul1ler'order
. X&ftaataneoas lif&UL Hair-Dye, kinds, from whatever cause;fee. instant it la mixed. "Buckwheat a to tell the rest estate of George W. flisw.

. : Tkt .nlf. JnUantaneata ILiir-Dft,'teftidt itftrRaunt. Sold at' the establishment of Professor Uot1oway .other Cakes, when made'with .thia I and, wbom U eoneers are hebY'Dtile art,dec'd for payment.fde.\L 0 wits_.tbo soUthwest 13:

S for ( .1Sa.raact. (near Temple Bar,) London, der,are 1 *.likely ,disagree S A.'LL th lay 12th day or iu1y, quarter of the.tlaea qan.r,Aka weat "
*" salt by4 and by all venders of Medicines throughout theS ttomack 5tbantb., made, with ; ,tab i., ., Guardian of Heiekia Smith,' townshipsouth,ofr&DP'u. town. -'
eeetioo" ,
A. -
.,' JOHN M PAYNE. United States in boxes at 871 c.,87e.,&ad*1 Weach. .Smit Hon. half of ae northeast &, S -S
-I ,Jacksonville F1o cJ& Wholesale by the principal Drag houses and as it requires bat afew etftUV .haIl IF the Circuit WiUam.For Cir ship 3. nlip 15., '.Also tb.sQtthblIffth et

**'// GfuiArt LIQUID Uin-lhrz is the only artkliUy. I Into*Union and by U.ssrs.A.li.. &, D. bands prepare fine.baking the obsaibilitj. Judge cult atbii .or Jacksonville,for 1OOth&asi qnartef and and the the soathalit*orthesd tparW insrt S

". S T.used .ia IbIs Gentletaen1 who w. ti.wYork" -S S baring them ioua. i* eatirely. : qut, ofFord real o. of li m. consisting be'sontheast sourtweit qoarter oaarter.'Ma** !*, **" "?;*,.
J ,t'era or 'Mestaciios.of'a or reddUb otTlaero: : i. ,e DlideT&b1elA'.lD1 'by'&k1D1thi of three hundred and a of tie uilldeaer1bed lands lying sat k&fc
,1.wishing*. Bill J'irty .p S a1JtIo FO ; -Rose1 BlntC, in county of. range 16.all
: attend< 'CII' ,c&a tarrr .mE0LOODGOOD; & ."th situated near or ( .
- .*ear 1a i* black *f devoting one add. N.-OirectioDi for the guidance of pstIentilu : juitiftes said Circuit. SS 0 bt.AId. IOU", .,, CIf\ItLS8 'STEWn'r

J' "' .in.U te their'toilet,.la mine the,Ten eTst7difld1 are abed to each box '. ,.Bayrtreet : ,ka.S a, DIrrnipdaraian. (' S A4mI-
N11de wli...WI sale Ja JaekIoDtiUe b7r.. J4cMILLAN._ S .)fay, :
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Inform unch tnions and aTe those tbeir who have not I W. MORH E ._L. N. F. \VEUSTER. HA Liquors and Groceries, which he offers Importers and Wholesale Dealers m toretgn I LtMO SmrrMn -h lrpfp, 'quarter easxs : Through Palatia in !. to .1101'. ::
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from own expcrir
learned the CAROLINA Win
already fie --- J.J--L I for sale low Orders from the carefullyand I barrels and in box each. 'ltate'Chrt.
country Wines keg .CIf one dozen .,
thcMexiean and DomeslicXiquors Cordial ,
noeand obsorvstioo, t.bt MnrtangLiniment House Furnishing" Establishment promptly attended to. Jamaica.Lime Juice" do dodo do. 5 strda7&I a.P:Mi,'Retaroitif -a.
I* really,' and iot.rsicAly, the CASH CITY Separs Tobacco, &c.-and Manufacturer halt LATKA every Monday at 7 A. f. 1'A-
Furniture by Wholesale and Retail. 'ft>Tcrtns- 011 ACCT.PTASCK. Sardines in whole, and quarter boxei. PIco
offered
for best rlieumatUm remedy evcr,' before stiffness or mIlE subscriber desires to call the further at- I April7-y of Lemon Syrup of superior quality.V Lobsters, Mackerel Salmon. and Clams, in I A., M., and Jacksonville Tuesday. S L)' 10'

*fjoints aisles nelrlga.-. For cnt,Irenee. EL tention of the Florida p'xblio to his wellknown Ketp conttanllH M land'an ,txttntne supply oj canisters. The FLORIDA- lew* Chrlfaott .,.s-,

or.ct.. sore nipples, caked breasts briss.bUOI &c., establishment for the sale of. V GEO. ABBOTT& 0"WnOLF.ULt.'AND the foilotn* articles, which they are prepared East India Preserved- GlflSff', ia, boxes orjars 9 Tuesday ltk Thursday at sP.M.10.o'clock' Retornlnj.". ha. p.
excellence and we Lava proved FURNITURE IIO USE JSHS'MATERIAL&ofetny flPTIVD1ALVRs IN to tell ta City and Country Mn chant* on their. eaeh'I -V \ A.Ol.) B1aet Chet.
-'t. .DESCRIPTION.housekeepers -mDIIa. V French-Chemet In Brandy In boxes of 1 dOIeach. 3 P. M.f JacksonTffl; Friday,*..
eteelt.
U t ta. certain remedy for the piei.Ve can. .. E : g itsual liberal ttrmt: i V These steamers connect A.t-
and merchants can supply themselves with an the
tbereforeeontdnt1y rcOumend \Ivie with article for general uso or for OILS COCSAC BSANDT.-.. J. DopnT. i.L RonI, Fruits in Brandy in boxes of 1 dozen each Stages of East Florida;and 1.&erI.
every VAMISH.WINDOW eonneet'
*every net t try it. feeling certainty of givisg forming a good store stock. Pinet Castillon & Co.,-J. Ilennesy, P. II. Go- assorted.Uo with the New -York.steamship*, kQ.'t7

.at aoto by giving relief. Everything in the line of business mentioned i GLASS, PUTTYAnd ard[ & Co.. Leger Freres, Otard Dupuy & Co., do in their own juice, do'uo.'. roads,and the Wilmington Roi _CaroUaaAaQ._
,- New YOEK, July 31, IS52. Hall bedroom J. & F.' Martel, and other choice brands. in .-,(XPas 'from Charleston! '
y kept on band, including Pl1rlori every description of Paint fonn" Pie Fruits,dodo.. ,. V ige to JiclsonviT!.'
,. .\\'e. hereby wtify tliftt wo hire used the compound and Kitchen Furniture es will be made In a l'alnt Store, ,half 1 pipes doz ,each.quarter and eighth casks,and in boxes Stuart'i.and 'LoyerIugs Steam, Kenned Sil.gars. $3: from Charleston to Palatka f 10.. r

known as the MusUng Liniment and ha\ upon as good terms ns tHrchases can be effected No. 97 East Bay Charleston S. 0, of AMERICAN IJRASDT 1th in "', .. V For V.V.furtherpartlculan apply '-- ;
110 hesitation in recommending it as the best ar' at the :ort1i. I.V.. MORRELL, proof, imitation of"ronch Uo Loa}in boxes and half boxes ot 16 loan jtW.CALDWPL14 C1I T1est6 1
"tco 1 hive ever tied for the cure of sprains ,p Old established! stand Savannah Ga. ,in halt pipes quarter and eighth casks. ach.: V"- -.J DELLEClL\SSE Ii PL'EO" fIt.
Also hand Fresh Burning Do do 1st barrels. V V
on Camphene and
ll' eats, hmist-s, &c., on Lorses. inarch proof Do Crushed in barrels.Do V
t 2jVKBSTKtt ,
.._.
I Fluid, and every description Lamps and Chandeliers lIoLT.vn GIN-Pine Apple, Anchor, Cologne "
Al! who d iwvU'acv will afford al I \ AND PALM ESviOLtSALE for burning tho same, at the Manufacturers'prices. and Clover Leaf Brands. Feh.IO-tf'
be to
eriigaed, liappy WHISKEY Irish Scotch. Stoam Refined Candy, i in boxes of 45 Ibs, .
it and "
other Iar'iwtio ia
t eirlwcr as regards S each. -
eSL.'*ey, &0. I U i'Z DM.L & Co. \ DEALERS IN Agent for Stake's Fire Proof Paint.April Do Monongahela 1st and 2d quality. Almoml: licit Bordeaux and, Varseilles, loft Opposition Line

Proprietors Manhattan Stago Co. G II O C K RIg S 7-y Do) O'Mara Bourbon., Pittaburg, Sheaf Rye and and hard shell. z V .carninjr

Extrsct from a letter dated (Successors to A. Welles & Co.-at the o!J I Johnston, Crews & Brawley, Do Baltimore, Western Rye and \ew about Castile 25 Ibs.Soap each.of superior quality, in boxes of; .the. U. Se'. Mail, Vb

.- Cal. 15 1S2. 0.
SACKAMESTO City, Aug. Orleans rectified. .
SlaniL) ) IN Jackson's No.I. auwa ;:
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS) Soap, .

.'* t Wierefie article. Murtarg My wiie! brought Liairacnt a eonpla tOt of an bot-excellent NO. 195 BAY STREET, DRY GOO Sxo. and RITM New-Old England.Jamaica. St. Croix, New Orleans Corks each.,Velvet Wine; in bales, and bags ,,of'7 Palatka, Ha', and Saranaai,;

27.6m.SAVANNAH PEACH BnuDT-Old North Carolina and Vii. gross (INSIDE ALL THE VrATj .
1 thank for.
which
tles-with her must you .ISI EAST BAY, CIIAllLESTOV,S.C. Do, common Bottle,bags 7 gross. r
JOS. W. WEB TEIl. GEO. F. PALSIES inia. ria Picolata Black
.
Creek and
Klncc: .Jle rame here, my Lore fell down with Do, Jug and Tap. I, ..f /flefconSJU
DG, aad injured) nn iviisidsraMy, but broke uoboaes APPLE BnANnr-New Jersey and North Caro Velvet V Fla' and St. Mary's JBrunsvid
Do
4 5
Demijohn and nd
JOHNSON grossVinegar D ,
BEHt & FOSTER A. S. J. II. BRAWLET, lina. ,
.
I hsd to the l/miment and the
recourSe White Wine, in quarter casks. riea, Ga. V .
'r li fin fact tiLe cure, was astonishine. FACTORS COMMISSION MER. A.3.CREWS, JAMES M. BRAWIXT Rose COrDIAL1oyeau.Cinnamon Perfect Love, Annisett, Do, Cider or Apple, i. barrels.KEGAUS "'
(Signed) D. ItAMSOM. AUSTIN CANNADAY, A. 8. J. PERRY and Peppermint. STEAM
-A large assortment of Rio Hondos TIlE PA'ClEt
Extract: f.oa letter d tedllsrrsBtIG. CHANTS. \VJ 'Madeira, Newton, Gordon, Cossart &l VELAEa
jan 6-ly _ Consolacion, Filantropa Washington and other CaPtahtJ:
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Co., Leacock and Jardine in 4 and | casks. &ING, leans Fabatka .
Pa.. Oct. 5.1S52. choice brands, of direct imrortAtion. Also Florida every Monday
Port, Page', Key and other choice brand at 8 o'clock. momig
Another cirucmitaiicc which I rotiecd in Ohio, p. II. I1EIIS, JOHN FOSTER. McCARTER & CO., Sherry, pale Daff Gordon & Co., Benitau and ?, Hl\vanaCberoots and Cuba Sixes. Arrives at Jaeksonville .

a few davingo, I thought .pok highly "f the I J j an2T.Gm (SUCCESSORS ,'.ARTER &AI.I.EN,) other choice brands. I TOBACCO-P. UobinsoD' celebrated Honey leaves Tuesday morning same 3 eveninr ia4

virtues of the .1!t:::. in the office of\ WHOLESALE Do do Brown, do do. Dew 4 lb. plugs in whole and halt boxes, of 100 at all the intermediate places o'clock teielbt*
: MCMAHON & DOYLE bs.each. as above .
of I noticed ho
a physician hisb Handing as Do Tcneriffe, Ventoso's London Particular Through Fare
from
opened the tlnor of his book-rase, several bottles WHOLESALE DEALER IN ll llUS111EII ANn II STATmm Cargo do. Do Rough and Heady, in kegs of about 100 Clack Creek, -.Palatka, .Ficolala-TtsS! .a.

of MU8ta' along fide of which was an craptv Do Sicily Madeira, quarter casks. bs, each. Through Fare ftoznJaekson'v1flo f -

Mustang l"Ulp.:id a two ounce prescciplion vial GllllER1ES AII IIIII1OS Corner Meeting anti Pinckney-ts., Do Malaga, dry and sweet, in 4 and J casks. DoVorll's Premium lobacco, in 5's, 8'", and L fjC N. D. The j QQ
> Welata
fm l!.d nlth )Mudnng Liniment. on which: C.JFgJ" LONDON .0RTER-BYl1s' quarts and pints. t lb.Do connects irUb Q.
the following: directions: .l ub ths throat well FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Charleston, S. Do Scotch and East India Ale, quarts & pints. El Dorado, in boxes 40 to 45 Ibs. each steamalilp.Stat* ot Georgia forphia. .Phila.Je1-

night a.id morning with the Liniment. and wrap NO. 190 BAY STREET, CHAMPAGNE CIDKR-Boxes,one dozen each. And a variety of other brands in 5'a, 8',. and L .
'a woolen cloth around U." J. FLEMING.. .A complete afportment of LAW, Do do Casks three and six dozen each. j lb. plugs.Smoking. AonNTt V

B. II. Meakiugi.I:a10ut-strcet,Cincinnati, (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston & Co.) MEDICAL, SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS WINE BITTERS Boxes, one dozen each, and on Tobacco in boxes of S and 8 dozen,, K. R.DUKE Palo.tts. -

wa on2ne.l f' his and under treatment of a Formerly occupied b!f Chat. Ilarlridge, Esq. BOOKS, together with BLANK BOOKS draught. 4 and S oz. papers F. WAVEH.&CO.JaebonviIILi

physician same six wevkswith neuralgia, of the SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. and l of Cordial. assorted, do do. \Vine Bottles-French and German Patent in S. ,, Sal'allJl
whole-fbU hi" right side leg, arm and flee: his JOHX 1 J' JAIIOX. JAMES DOTLI PAPER STATIONERY, every Claret Wine, do do. hampers one gross ach. Feb.24tfUnited .

l.iaerin were iiidewribable, and the only cessation description, kept constantly on hand, and offered Madeira do do. Flasks-Quarts, pints, and half pints.

from the most agonizing pain, was whileunder jan27-ly at the lowest prices._jan6GmCHARLESTON Port do do. ( '-1,2,3,4, and 5 gallons. States Mail Line

the influence of opium or morphine. His N EBSOf S & Ol'Atf01S Sherry do do. Candles Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine., BKTWXEX ,

doctor finally alvitod him to try the Mustang ) { HOTEL. Champagne in basket,one doion each, quarts' Pickles and Sauces.Tc.sIIyson .

Liniment; he did so, and in two days was able togo Ai\U UIItAf4 and pints-Flag, lleid eick, Bouche, Calboun Imperial, and Black Palatka, Fla., and Savannah Ga..

abouthis busiues!, perfectly cured. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BY and other brands. jan i-I, (INSIDE ALL THE WAY,)

0 vorcE FROM run sorra. ;AVANNAII, GA. D. MIXER. The above comprise some of the finest Wines Via Picohta, Black Creek and
JacltontiBA
The Mexican Liniment has been used O.W. AXDEISSOX J. \. ASDEKSOS, J J.JACKSON. imported.
Mustang Meeting street, between Ilai/ne and Pindney P. Fla., and St. Mar
_-. ": and
in iny taiuily, aid oa my plantation' for I great jan'27-1 I CHARLESTON. S. C. -- ----- Darin Ga. Brunncici ,

variety ofdiseaesre'uIirIng an eXLrnal appiic.itinn STATE OF FLORIDA. For Sale. ,
and'his never failed to give immediate relief STOVK DEPOTAND jan _
E
STEAM
and effect a permanent cure. I have cured 6ly1t PROPOSED AMENDMENTS COXSTITCTIOX IT' PACKET XVX.

several c&e rheumatism that had rented the GENERAL FURNISIING WAREHOUSE. JESS [ OF SAID STATE THE Valuable Sugar and Cotton GASTOY.Capt.T.E.SItAW.
J
skill of best It has cured ring leaves Palatka every Thursday
ou !physicians. Commission Merchant. Adopted by the sixth General morning al 8
Assembly. Land in o'clock.
'orUl by a single application; oliillbUins in a 10 12 AND 14 nAttX.U'D I''flUET. RAVA1SATI GCO.rsnHE Florida. ._
few days; toothache immediately '; frost bites, Subscriber most respectfully invites aH VTIIOLESALE DEALER AN ACT [No. 1.] THE undersigned offers the following Val Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings uj
to oltor
cuts, sores and corn, by a few applications; ner- call at his Establishment where every effort In Groceries and Liquors. Twenty-Third Clauses nnd amend the Fourteenth and Property for sale vij : leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clock tontlinr
vims headache cored entirely. In fact, I have of the Third Article' His SUGAR PLANTATION at all the intermediate points abort.
known fci
will bo made to givo satisfaction. The largest L NO. 139 EAST BAY, and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth as SI k.
is'cd it for 11 most tverj thing, and it bus always nnd most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor the Fifth Article of the Constitution Clauses of Jo 'pbs. situated in St. John county, at the fcJ-X.: The new steamer-
curd. I .. it the best medicine I have Stove. from the Manufactures.. All CHARLESTON S. C. State. of thi; head of Matanzas River, in Graham Swamp "St. "

ever uso.l. \\\1 JOHNSON, kinds of Hollow Ware, Hardware, Cuttlery, jan C-ly_ containing 1300 acres of which about SCO are ol John, _

Proprietor of the lar8ba11oue.AvAun Wooden-ware, Brushes,Guns-sinjrle and double CDSFDICT JE&MITJGS tt CO. SEC. 1. Be itenertedbt the Senate and Jloust rich loam, based on marl ; 500 are well cleared I now nearly finished will be put on the line,,

June 21, 1S52 b arrel', Pistols, Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps, of i Reprttewtatiics of the State' of Florida in Gen thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation i- The Steamer William Gaston
.. Whnle-ale! and Retail De.il!<>rs In einl Assembly convened, 1 hat the fourteenth'I ; about 5 j acres of well connttu
See & Also. constantly manufacturing allkinds re-supplied an dplant with the New York
K' Steamer
A. Moore l> of the editors
i', one ana pro- Clause of the third Article of the Constitution ot I cane. Centrally located every Sartrday. -
iu tor of tho t-avannnh Ga. of Plain Plar.Hied and Japaned Tin-ware, SA DLfES B'RDlES on the plantation .
) licpubliean
pi ( this State be so altered ml :
'i amended to
as read I is a superior Steam Engine with
ami Fluid Sugar mill
Camphene I5nrnin.j constantly an dcomplete Through Fare
from
on:
of the 2Jth. December Palatka Fieolaia.
in that.paper ,
: follows 'fiz "There aai
.Our enable ifs 181 says b ind. (jaaST-Jy J. J. M AUK ICE.PETCE SADDLE If CARPET BAGS, as : shall be a Secretary of f Sugar works, capable manufacturing Black Creek, -
personal .
experience recommend State elected by the IS 09
'Iualifie.1'otcr of this Muteon 10 to 15 hhjs day, and mill
IIAU.VKSS per saw attached
the Mexican Mustang to the the first iii Trough Fare from Jacksonville C 00k.
Monday October in the .
lin1Unt
VEADEft year running two single saw Also .
&
with us we the good WHIPS, TRUNK" VALI'F. &C.. &C.. &C. who shall continue in office the finely situated' JOE ITS.
Jublc cuntiknee. during term of OR pine land and commanding a view of the whole] A. E.
upon ankle which received L NO. 165 MEETING STREET four and he shall HERTZ Palatka.
n sprained 117 years; keep IL fair register of the: plantation. a comfortable two
great benilit f."ol one UPIlcton. and has bceu I Bay street Savannah, Opposite Charleston I lute!. official acts and proceedings of the Governor, an-1 1,flame dwelling house, containing story ten rooms and attic an,1] BISBEE & CO.,Jacksonville.Feb. .'-,
cured by t ceaVionall wr-ing week. shall, when CLAGIIORN & CO., Savannas.
,lay jhe .l
required and all
iI r.J" F. Murphy! of the firm I L AT all times keep a large assortment of fine jan G-ly CHARLESTON s. c._ minutes and vouchers relative same thereto, before paper necessary out buildings. The works and build 24-tf
orlurphy. Gat the ings are all in
cr.OTllS complete order for immediate -

k Mustang:Co of Liniment thU city he. says has that received more benefit I : CASSIMERES. AND,VESTINGS, II A.RD'V ARE. General duties as Assembly may be required, and shall of perform him by such law :other Provided -t'occupation.head of mixed Also Durham a fine, stock and of several hundred FOR PHILADELPHIA

than from any other remedy be has used, and Which they are prepared to make to measure in That the term of office of the Secretary 0 Seattle, and a stock of about 89 common breeds of -

now feels better for themselves than be has for the last six year. the best manner. AleoReadymade COURTNEY, TENWE1MT & Co. State to be elected under this amended Constitu; India Sheep which will be sold with full the breedVest planta.tioD United States Mail Line.
Fat speak comment are wineeessaryItalton tion, shall not until
Clothing. DIRECT 1 nfPOITF.TS IF' commence the term of office desired, or separately.
Times, Feb. 10.llht A Stock of FINE HARDWARE CUTLERY of the oflcer now elected shall expire. -
large Clothing, of good materials GUNS, PIS ALSO
umatuin.. -This is to certify that my wife': anJ well made. TOLS, &c., SEC. 2. lie itferthrrenacicd. That the twenty The tract known as "St. Ann" Philadelphia and Savannah Steam N riS o-

wu She afflicted with pe\'fr chronic rheumatism With a large variety FANCY ARTICLES, JVb. 35 Hni/ne Street. third Clause of the third Article of tho Constitution >'75 acres mostly of high heavy hammock containing and tion Compnny.nlllIIE .
bat fufft-rc-J fur months with the
mast cx- of this SLate be
ruoiating pains-sho had tried rheumatic Hate Caps Caned Um'.relliw, Shirts, Cravat JJ.nI'"a3it n. 3 CQ so altered and amended a C prairie, having a rich soil from thiee to sue feet new and splendid B 1-
compounds Stocks, Scarfs. &c. &j. All of which will be COURTNEY to read as follows, viz: A State Treasurer and in depth based on marl. :7 steamship

mended for reliefs tbi, and almost everything Xoue of reeom-them sold at the LOWEST PRJCES. JAMES,B. EVA G.D.S. TENNU.lT, Comptroller. of.Public Accoints, shall be ele'tedl: AT QA. ,. ._. "STVTE,OF GEORGIA."
-
relieved' her pains in the least.dieD.She used Savannah, March 4th. 1853. IO-ly jan 6-ly DY inc qu.iuucd electors 01 this tate on tue first The two tracts known respectively as lala iEsJ tons regssjcr,uapi.WALTER- CULLISS'
one in
fifty Monday October in
tho
1S3C will leave -
Savannah
year and Compra" and "Bella as follows
every :
;
cent bottle Vetla.1joining each
of Mustang Liniment, it cured WM. R. two thereafter.
and SYMONS years other and being at the head Wednesday,February 23. Wednt sdsy,
her entirely. :-hf is now perfectly well and re- 1A5 mBLfER SEC. 3. Be it further tnacttd, That the thirteenth Matanzas and on the Eastside 4' March Msy4.
River, and 9. May 1.
eommended all of Lcr friends to the containing in all
usa Mustang DRAPER AND TAILOR Clause of the fifth Article "
MVNCFACTURER oftbo Constitu 1175 The March 23. "
'Liniment JAS. AND DEALER IDa acres. Southern half of.Mala JnwL
L. OLIV Cll. Compra
tion of this
State
be
I W so altered and amended a*L which is of heavy hammock and St. Ann April 6. Jane I.\
Savaanab, Jau. I, 1852.AX AND DEtV.ERlNflEADVMADECLOTUTG to read as follows, viz t The Clerk of the lie "
2) "
immediately contiguous to St. April JUJI.a
161 Supreme
JMEETJNG-STRKET
Court and tho Clerks of the Courts Joseph', and 3
CDO FROM THE WE T.Mis. of Chancery might be conveniently cultivated with This has been
'I it, thus Ship built with the strictest
jar.6-ly shall be circled the regard
CHARLESTON
NO. s. c. by qualified electors
17 WIHTTAKER STREET of thi.-
forming an
extensive
C. Sugar Plantation to the
ofL Louiii of safety and comfort
oUter
: was: nursing a vonug State, on the first Monday in October in the up pasMnrtrs
obild, 0110 nip.1ebecainevery SAVANNAH GA. Wholesale Hat & IVnrclionse year ward of2000 acres. The balance of these two and her accommodations
,re,an 1 the breast Cap 1856, and four thereafter unsurpassed by say.
years and the ,.
tracts is
every of Lire
inflamed au
the Mnjtang Liniment healed Furnishing articles' generally. ton Hotel Charleston.] Tho undersigned the qualified electors, in such manner is now> stone or coquina, favoring inoia A new steamship now bniljing. in every rt-
rc as Lure, and of the
loor"dtli9 harrue8 and inflammation from the has in Store and is constantly receiving from his or may hereafter be prescribed by l.iw. first quality for Sea Wand Cotton spect equal to the "State of Georgia,"w in take

breast.,and !!Ie no further trouble with it. jin27-ly several manufacturers all of the different kinds SEC. 4. Be it further enacted. That the six under and Tobacco They might be easily brought her place in the line during the month of JIB

NunWTons eases of this description have conic to BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM: of HATS and CAPS suitable for the southern teenth Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitu V cultivated cultivation in having been in years passed next. and will, with the "$tate of Genrps,"
our knowledge, and it ia always and southwestern Cotton of which the yield was make a weekly line,leaving each VWnesday. -
efcctunl BY markets, to which hoinvites the tin of this State be, and the same is hereby so, bale place on >
Ms*. hughes, of :t. Loui, very severoatJu.k attention of merchants desiring good in his line. I altered and amcuurJ as tP read as fallows viz There frequently ia one ginned,. cotton to_ _the__acre._ '
In
the
"lace
: on fL i* ftn._" f
M. Cabin
,.,,,, from
ia -- Passage Savannah to Phila ,
ofndillltory rheumll.oJ her shoul m mif7iT. Having many years experience in the business, ho There shall be an Attorney General for the ctate. 0"M "
aID.s, Id.back. the most: Wj flatters himself that in prices and nnnlity his who shall reside at the seat of Government it orange trel. >, and, pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach delphia. - V. -- ;$2S
excruciatirg pains fur some ten day,without ob SAVANNAh EOKofA goods cannot be excelled. D.A.AMBLLR shall be his duty to attend all sessions ; an extensive sour orange grove all Cabin passage from Sar. to New York 2t
l of the which with
taming relief from her v proper attention, bo
nay the General can easily I Steerage, >
ioul'.lto try the Mustang Jb.Fcuns. Two wag fif WHOLESALE DEALER IN N. A. COHEN & COHN, act.; to draft Assembly and submit, and to upon the tho General paa.-nge of any restored to their once promising condition. ?. A. L. L A3 FAR.Agent in Sav&npah. -

r nt effected a perfec euro. BUTTER AND CHKESK Importers & Dealers of at the Fame session, all forms Assembly of All! of tho above tracts are situated between HERON & AlARTl.. ,
Mustang necessary proceedings one or two miles from tho
aad$1 b.tttlcs. The 50c bottles pat contain up in 2,uch 50o DIRECT FROM Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods ball be under such laws, which when approved, l ocation, and in convenient communication ocean, of healthy with Feb. 2-1-'t Agent in Philadelphia-. .

M three of the 2.'c bottles. The $1 I GOSIIEN XE\V NO. 175 EAST BAY, I form such published therewith, and he shall pert, City of St. Augustine being about thirty
YORK.
con- other
I tain a much .eight of the 23o hotte". $1 jan27-lv Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar & Bro. ,I law; he shall be duties elected as by may the bo prescribed by miles to the South by land and about the same NEW YORK
bottles hold int qualified electors' distance by water the ,
ue i> they are cheapest. I by Matanzas River.
.A. O. BLAH! & Co sole j.in6-Gm; CHARLESTON, s. c. of this State, on the first Monday of October, in
proprietors of the 1UUII the year IJ36, and four ALSO, PACKET :LINE
Mexican
Mustang l/unuicut AND II every years thereafter
principal llillICSOL
The
offices tract known "
,
"New
&94 Broadway N. V.,an hid
lod dress oftwo-thirdsof the two Augustine and between
itroets, st.. Louis Mo. WHOLLSAI.K UUUGUISTS Houses the Gen- the ;
-
North
eral Assembly, and ball receive for his sorviecx river and Onana creek both
OLIVER-.
BRAGG
AND DEALERS IN a compensation to bo fixed law navagable for largo boats. It contains 575 acres
Genet by ProviJtd
Aci''ft the rBOnrS SHOES AND II : ,
South, PAINTS OILS WINDOW M1OiJS That the terra of if hammock and pine land,and u well
a-l N. V. GLASS, be. office of the Attorney Genera sitnatei The New and
iiroadway, and Regular line of Packet betwtm
for Sea
adapted
No. 30 Last to bo elected Island cotton
MUSTARD Half. Sout/i under this and stock
amended
SPICES & SNUFF, of the PuSt Office, Constitution I New York J Jacksonville and Palatka
D. WtCURX, 1U.OODOOOD& nOU:E.; : PERFUMERY BUUSIIES CHARLESTON shall not commence until the terra of office of the raising. the ,composed
_ & S. C. by
:A.: M. REED MORKIS I c. officer now elected shall expire. ALso, new and fast-sailing schooner -' ,

Agents for the sale of UI KIILAre.a'Iintet: ASD UXDRETH'S GARDEN SEED fcec. 5. Be it further enacted That said elections 9300 acres unimproved landat' Salt Spring," Joseph Crlee 270 tons A.ItOGEItSC.m'r.

31u4ang Liniment in Jacksonville Also for pale GIBBON'S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAh G.A. fjnilE Subscriber offers for sale a well-selected shall be conducted and the returns thereof- at the north end of Lake George on the tt. Jf'ruyOak.l60 tons, .1. ROGERS ComV

ty Druggists a 'd Storekeepers ia every village j.ui27-C.7i JL assortment of the above Goods, specially made :n the manner now prescribed, or which fohns river,immediately west of Drayton Island will ply regularly between the ports. '

in the United Sutcj. adapted to the Southern trade, which will be sold may hereafter be prescribed by law, for the elec L The track embraces "*.a1t Spring" and "Salt Agent New York V VV

march 21Spintualist's. 11 A it JV A U E at the lowest rates for ca h or approved paper. tion of member to Congress from this State -tyring creek," which nearly equally l divides it JOSEPH GRICE Wat.! ,.

, -. HAVE on hand, and am constantly Merchants visiting the city are invited to an and it shall bo the duty of the Governor to issue;, through its wholo length, and is navigable from Agents in Jacksonville V tB1SREE&CAXOTA. ,"-
I receiving inspection of the stock. the river for boats .,
commissions under the seal of threj .
of the or four feet
fun State!
a snpply of Hardware *< the draaght
: >
of ,
library.PARTRIDGK ; consisting The in
land is Agent Palatk.x .
Cutlery Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws, Cross Cut R. A. PRIXGLE, persons receiving the highest number of votes for mostly rolling yellow pine of the first ,'
& BRITTAN. Saws ues. Chains, Nails Axes, Blacksmith 33 East Bay South of the Post Office, the said several office. quality entirely free from Palmetto of any kind, R. K.,11UKE, .

N ,York, Carf enters' Tools and all other articles usually and jan G-Cia Charleston S C. of SIXTH GEXERAI.ASSEMBLY._Pawed the House and thoucht to be good cotton land, together will forwarded.AU goods directed to their care will b*pronpUJ.

_
a complete ortm nt of Books kept in my line of business. Representatives by the Constitutional majority some considerable bodies of cabbage and lice -V .
and I
,,
: .'" 'JTH. Periodical devoted to tLe facts philosophr, C. HOPKINS, Agent. South January 3, 1S53. Passed the Sonata by the oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. September_4th. ]8.)2._23-tf __
Carolina
:* I f ho
location
; and advoency of :|iritualism, which they will No. 177 Congress St., Savannah Ga. Paper Manufac Constitutional majority, January 6, .. also embraces facilities for construct: Regularly I fo. Lake ,Monroe. '
lag of the
one
;cupply in any quantity,and on tbs most farornl.'e! jan2My_ _ _ turing Company. largest and most practicable water Ir THE steamer SARAH SPAtD-
'ttruas. Vc'refr to the Or-rcE or SECRETARY powers, as, independent of the flow
S-piiitiiil OF STATE ) from the TW
TWegraph for ,
.Alut o our 13iK.k, pricw. rate of JNO. M. COOPEE rjnilE Subscriber Capitol Tallahassee, March 2$, 1353. spring, tho waters of lake CherchelU about JE.I G.having been purchased_ly :
four
&c. { CO.vnoT.EAtE '. Agent of the above Compa- I, CHARLES, $ miles in length 'A.8.SrEE ;has resumed her regu1s-.
THE SPUfl\I. TEf.Er.RAPlf is Ja. ny, begs leave to inform for the DOWNING, Secretary of StatE made by one mile in breadth, may be, trips frorofJacksonvilla to Lake Monrortoa-.
available
weekly Jr, t* the : ; \ AMD RETAIL DHALf IN Printers State Florida, do hereby certify th by a canal of about 16 chains in inat the Inn

Spiritual_ ,Phenomena_ ,. _,and_ _contins Elucdation ot ", n oks *S? Sfj finiii i-T'_ and Publisher. foreoinir to he ft true fln L 'J -I'"J Satnrtry
f that the extensive I' taU of at
original file least every
-'s- UIU"'tln: .- -- .' 3HI1 of tho South Carolina Pa- on in this office. 18 feet. The itself
of the .acts. u. ft. *cry luicreAiing CORNER WHITAKER & ST. per Manufacturing In.Testimony.Vhoreof water, of which has spring the morning at 8 o'clock; arriving at Palatk U*..
di6u..on lacts anti philosophy of the JULIAN 8TSIVo. Company is now ia full opo- I have hereunto been analyzed by Prof. evening. V V .
.Manifestations, ii 6:4.t"'I Itnnirt, ration raanrf.icturing affixed my signature and the Great CheltonofNew York, and shown _
10i of. publication Seal of to bo of valuable Leave Palatka
cours M 1
between Hr. SAVANNAH.J.VO.M HOOK AND KEWS i' the State Floiida.. medicinal every MondAy. morning
U. VV. B PAPER Done
I properties ia
anSI 8. B. Brittan. ,at the Capitol of
Alltha% Back of all sizes and of the best S in the ,; capacious dimensions o'clock for Enterprise; arriving at- .If.
City being 60
numbers <-:m be furnished. Sub- COOPER, w r. A. OLCOTT E. KNAPP. quality. Tallahassee; on Monday, the yards in diameter and most the same "
night. *
aoriptionpriceL -_ J __. ALSO V 28th day of March A. D. eligibly and "
1853
.x AOperannu-n and picturesquely located.
Its
Specimen seven- The Sarah
copies position carries K&
MAXILLA Spalding the tT.:S.
1VHAPPI\O ty-seventh in a
commercial
'lnt F8LK.Tho Printing ar.dflookbindingexecuied PAPER. year of the or
with Independence of agricultural
the point of view from Palatka to
suitable for with Enterprise. .She will be so ver-
Increasing interest, aid rapid occurrence nenintst and despatch. No Grocers. Hardware Dealers, &c. United States of America. its advantages in constructing a boat cana hauled as'to be in excellent condition for the
Ir fact, demand more and additional Foreign Books pains or expense has been spared to render C. W. DOWNING of only a few miles across to the Gulf of Mexico
oce ssr.Tiee imported to order at N. Y. it lervice and the accommodation of
prices. to tho passmen
equal best must before
Northern
and Telegraph. (Volnmn 11, to coiawencaiij Fcb 10-tf and MilL ; all the j/test Secretary of State. very long, draw the attention of the BISBEE fc ;
rrost CANOYA
May uszL) will be approved machinery having been Introduced planters and merchants of that
greatly fertile
enlarged 2S-tf.
April
region.
IItr.
:aroliment into the WATCHES < Age
After whi.-.h tie price will bo Two Dollars. Paper Letter-Copying same. AND JEWELRY. ALSO V ,

0!. 'THES11EJC1XAJ4. Volume II 1, is being <
''i ,..il.ntily! aul Udovoio.l t mental: and Spiritual JO up a perfect and distinct copy and offers V JOSEPH WALKER, SILVER A1J II SILVER PLATED WAHB.I and 4j0 on the!! cad llo or St- Join. ,iw Court Eastern Circuit of Tier .
*
,fioicnco. Jt contains many important facts ando the advantage cf texture and surface which may CCKtgent, 82 East Bay, CHARLESTON 'B'bUI CI1A. __"..I1'.1 O. H... about 12 mi1\_n_ -n.hnVA--. PofnU......_. aD"__ nann. daflisvalConssty.V I
--- V
-- &
i; .T profound up.itio'Cft1Iep'leholnjicallaws on bo written upon without spreading. The Books South Carolina, .II where in the mrv .In .L'.V1.JUJIUld 'C18 river front each,of about four miles in V extent: Samuel Bryant, > -*
vicinity of
which the at are well bound and paged, and aro sold at the Wholesale Paper Coiuiri'n Warehouse. that the Savannah are informed That on tho west oftho river is mostly of TS. I

Ipse( 43 pages of..riginI1Inttr, from the ablest! manufacturer's prices i.i single ones or in quanti constantly receiving subscriber from the has on hand, and is and swamp lands, and embraces tho site of pine the Joseph,S. Baler,. Sarah R. >.1nbsiesm7
snjtribuiorg. an l ties. best and most respectable English Indian Baker his wife Calvin
> trading I'V
elol.jsb with a portrait Constantly on Land manufacturers store of Panton f
... in the Leslr & ,
i" tel. of fooi pirlual t or Reformer. PA TENT DOUBLE LEVER A LARGE STOCK MOND.RUBY, PEARL country rich DIA- Co.nowknwna3"Haaibly'sold store" which 'V Bryan and others. J 'T&...: ,

Terms... $3per. amium.- -, DIJVOO COPYING nC'-. -rVn. ..- .OF.WRITING 1..._.__._ PAPERS R Y 'And, IItm.lin. n.T., .and._._ _other__" JEWEL-j sinningcorner.anel. .- ,rrn--,-. t.1.--.."-.."" ou..t&___n. ,_ 1rT having been mad to appear by affidavit ttoiof
.,... MW urn. or A n \oinl.-lgN, "' -' tile widow Pangree'a "old 'II ...
YOIrC t'f ;heldnah Wrapping Pagers of all TAULEDJER1j'rEA fields, thence west L'ioeeph s. &kerand&rah It.bis WIZSI,
i eteganty With snd
this Assorted Colored north to
'printel Pa- a
and bou-il, and its irftiinnio press copies are taken with more kinds, SPOONS point opposite the bcginninr.Th ,, the defendants in this reside beyoad"
'. artistic 'entitle mer" ease, and much quicker, than V per, an\I FORKS, one on.the : cause,
b''lt1 it to a pJ with the Screw Cards SILVER cast'sido of the river limits of this State
/. every Press and others plain, enamelled Printing Inks. PLATES and WAITERS the lies between and in the State of Gwjte
-Library. in 110rcO. lettered and ordinarily use. It does not and TEA SETTS places known as "Buffalo Bluff" On motion of R. Dorman
rill, colored and "Alonn Solicitor for eempua
"
.'3lnunslin, $2 out require fastening down and is not liable to get AGENT SAUCERS, CASTORS CUPS and 1 acker. Besides a large body of well timbered nut,U 111 ordered that notice be gitw to i of GOBLETS '
order. FOR pine
vA liberal discount JOHN lands, it
made
? ti the Trade. Address T. WHITE -TUMBLERS PAP con tains some excellent hammock newspaper published In this circuit reqniriaf
BOATS
t- -'n' No.PAStTKIDGE fc trfAN. METALLIC DAMPENED, Type Stereotype Foundry; V SOUP and SAUCE LADLES., for and residences.severs! well wooded bluffs and, eligible sites said Joseph S. Baker and Sarah 1W"*,**'.}:

t..i. ./rmar 17 3 Courtlsadt street, Superseding the use of the Urnsh Wet Cloth. R. HOE (f CO., pm ICE CREAMCAK and V tract has been By a'recent! survey the west appear and answer the 'said; eoffiplainaavi..

%"J ,t .-- .. and Blotting Paper, (saving all the time and trou Printing Press and Circular Saw IIa.' FRUIT KNiVES SOLID on the cart aide reduced to -2JMO acres,and the on* within four months;,otherwise saii bill shill,.J
JLji ( ble incident to their use;) with it a perfect V '. SILVER DESERT. PICKLE of tht river to 3106. It is believed, taken pro confesso against them*'and:'tow ta'.
; Unisn copy MAYNARD and however
Agricultural Warchooso bo $ NOYES* tbaUho.dotieit Will b. order be "V
and may always secured with any press. nUTTEIt.KNIVE, V made up-r published as aforesaid,once a w*
Proposals
.'" .i SEED STORE. The undersigned are the_ s>le .and exclusive V Celebrated lo}rUing Inks. NAPKIN JtfNGS. SALT CELLARS '%v. for purchase will b4t received by A, seoutlvely for four mo thS-- -

...u: HALPJI Co Agents for Georgia/ and Florida forth above ar- CtJ-All the above at )ruufa'cto en' prices. .(rapiA.mviiS. :; ,V, ** V .and Escf.-ofNew Walker Es'l' or New Orleans"John Peek, ;, : I> ",::WA. FOR.WAR1) Judge, '

.K3 Vnlton St., N. V. ticles, and have lutda arrangements by which ,April! ?., 'Silver plated Spoons, Forks"ant L'adlca. Cake of York, Benjamin A. Lavender, Esq. f_' eleionvrn2stlrM&reb,18&_ 11-411I {"

-.-_-4)FPER mont FOR SALE a large and select a wort they are enabled to dispose of them at the manu. Baskets Castors,..\V-.iter" gnuffbrs and Trays. Augustine laltimorot Last George'\Vahington, Esq..1o or St: Court. ot Probate. *; tC*.*'.
Agrloultnral facturer's Ivory balance Florida t
: Handle Ot -
and Hertlcnltural prices. Knives mysIfst
Im- and' ilver the latter : .t
HUcu 12
'plemeuu.ooai.tJns of llows,nnd Castings.. Corn ,'lUrCM and 'En liCopying. :1) on SteelfTable and Desert Knives floe plat PIacOpostage, V 'paid. V'V V 0 V V ; .r-
BLC1IfZ&rW Writing oc I. Josiah Ashnrer, l1'entyone : 'Stateoon1orida.I' )*
t JOSEL'Il-fl. .
? Cuuers thor,. day' Marble- { ; "
UE1thANEZ.
:
__ __ ,_ Carmine and .,. Mantle Clo kn. -sntiIirassIoaicu i V .
u .l'.wer. .br.her 111 iakif -- n .ft. St.a4"ustinft_ 1.J. O.. __ .. ( __
"''Q
: ___ "
... -- Q"I&wrl.r 11I a4IILP., uram. 'raaies the best 'qualityconstantly: WILL keep constantly on hand Medicines Gold' or every \eriptioQ --: V V -'---yr- : Ut _,__ maf J1-.tr Sutton and Washtorton T.M1O'*> ,
SqtIu.ae4aathi John'A.
> : ran Mills tiurar ilarkins on 'hand. Also. the Cure of all Chronitt.IJi Silver..ever an! Lepln, .WAtehes the La-, Q"-
', Ail' lair by <. nol CaLer.&U:1 CltLf and have : charge made for examinations and UanLingVat.ohes... 4 ,ceased.YL: cLaw
They _
also made prestriptipns j Martha and 0$b<
:-Y .large JLINC1f-'HOUSE.
..tl Gk. Hak, Hay andManu.e additions/ to their l\od'Wha i| of most' Gold & Silver Wateh-Chai,, 'jTfJE nwitr.'
Son
Hoe. took of Writing Papers-or importance,no*lharge'will V ; ].& Keys, MrsMattU- .n &.' .
E & every description-/ be Gold & Silver )
'
made for "
Thimbles V
.f!fob ,par. Wisgogs.Wbeel. Liberal dUcounts made : failures as they are dear at taw latasol said d a"
: when fold in' rany : eonnty aeea J Jfiln
Jto, ; SBSlIBEIL'
"i : quantities prioe.it'Amobg hU Medicines .Gold & Silver !
attire will Spectacles others .
; rearm and be found V ; concernea to whom these -n.
;. ) GA upwards. < V : -' 4 having preeeaw
FIBU UDENAND .
) FLOWBR Comnoan4Tonlo Pills V itodger'. Fins )reeent.l1
;., ,' SEED3 >.Malbomatioal Instroraents, ,Snrveyors' CompaweiChalns. 'Antifebrile/ ; V V tailors Pocket ( u4orj.'. ,' the openeil 'come greeting. .iJ-i"-K'5New .-* ,.-
and abOYe.IIoUM"oulc1.re.pe;
or Antibllioos Ra
'
a"rl.ra.tl. 2ITJLISEt8P.rIIQ Drafting Materials &o.lto. 111 Pills; I orStrop8 : h licit: tiuut. know y. Jhal TOO are hereby eomffl*" 1ed
pile the
.&p"S'ol "They : Ointment; ; Card Cases, Portl\lQno.les. V ; V. P trooa, olthe public I'arp ber to be eaW
Jne'Dl Pot have beilities foreieeatlng tlookblndinr V. ,Gonbrrheal P rtic tlifatteftUoa -& : 't this time and V appear before this eourt,
.1..tt, jgt" PJu&r In all the varfons styles.'and of making :! and other Mixtnre-10 forfeit for' will be given tottepalrlng' several or h"lame someflvetosu rooms unoccupied 21st day:oC: fay nextr.ta'eo nUrt 'Ce*myif
o'Watflhesi'Cldcki
upUlan .
\u.'jvrACUJEJJ oCt' ch1NEBfVS liooksrnlei) to"any'pattern;'IB-which 'Callure'l'no 'Mt.Tl1o usual remedies. From his ant 3owelry., s : _.. i.'WU-.hl one wth"tlre pl eeTheUorr.ee 1 the ease may be. tMovhnonIoft44 b9W
I4NIEL5' the best ofttMfc" Also tff Cire they put -.A1IlledloIDe. hlr.tubl. 'V ;L ". f. long experionoo and oxtonsira facHi- 0111ce hundred. and 4ftrarctl.of the Post and testament -' PsterW.,tiWJ$51tP'
tlMh
: "". ,ffiUi. itter*: 'Agent' for and Fancy Printing/ ..'',Card- .. .. Lir', Label/. sWDapsIcaI. '\dicl 'a-cllre. WafraDtod. confidently ben iel Tie'willsatisfy all who nd wharves The 1U1denlgnec1,Ii c.Agvat
U. < ; t fot.Gell,&ot
;
?? .sJeesj 5 may'faror klmwlth
aU *
"' lioj' PaUot Ltrawatt.ri.eatalogas ; 6ommunloaUonll t4 Or their patronage/ footers*Coae* aod two horse i1nei. ,
Foreign. DookiitnnofU. at New ,Josiah Ahpaid- VP. I fack ,
.C York 1&
4Herl prWj:J. Pt J ao !O prices are low- MallUaes.bo h leaving for
witi 1a r"A plicat/oii JOHN M tJIJ.J1t Eaat{.Florlda-po.ta as 'ancJ tenDS,as faTorahii Ocala semi-week.
l.t1MI1 :, .J.a IlUtlJ SaT.2Dab Feb.lHb COOPEKlA po.' or pease oil -1tCI'SZimIn Ctrt14O&toe.'ad: ; M at nay other Mtabllshmeot in-tho Slal/-*V_ ;'For farthecpartlottlars apply.u the offices of VV
( MW re'Terrtd .tht'Jaok
to lenUtmell., 1.- S. W LUT..NO.I\.tarket-Sqa&re olnW.R. mf cf. aod..e".:" .
March ;
i"" .' V V 17-f 'Mar h 24-tf V ,. : r Al\mS
V Savannah .uKE .;
,Ga. ra1atb .
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