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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 21, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JCALBUSINESSTHONAS CARDS. UliilA, I llflU'HAt P The World' Fair- at lew Tork. Proceedings of the. Railroad your- ,consideration the following resolnWjtfDlved dividends. ner. ;g your forerunners .

LEGAL. The following! gentlemen have been appointed C onVeition.In Ikns;o': the work, we can aflJrd to' instruct you in

Gov. Brown That we view the connectionoPIbe first principles and we shall not fee!jealous,
by to
DOUGLAS JACKSONVILLE represent the conformity with recommendations from
: Atlantic Ocean with the Gulf of if
::. even yon overtake us.in the race.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, State of Florida at the Exhibition of the County Meetings of a&nmberof counties Mexico as of paramount importance to the SUAXUJI.

AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Thursday, July 21,. 1853. Industry of all Nations to be opened in the in Eastand South Florida, a Rail Road people of East and South Florida, and thata .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Convention assembled in Ocala on Friday road from From th* Richmond !nic.
starting in Nassau
City of New York on the 14th of this some point
the 1st of
Bjyl9-y A ratification meeting was held in Savannah month day July, 1853' ,and was organized county on or near St..Marys Harbor, and The Pn.lde"i;'ClimeM Oae*.
: by Major L. C.
Gaines
being called to the terminating at Tampa Bay is the .
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the 8th inst. only
B. m. PEARSON on of those who endorsed Maj. John C.,Casey, U. S. A., Col. W. Chair' who fully stated the object of the proper and tine one, combining as it does The Whig: Central Committee the

, .TTOHSET & COTJKSEUXJK. AT LAW, the nomination of Charles J. Jenkinsfor H. Wall, C. M. Wells, Esq., Hon. Sam. J. meeting.On all the advantages necessary for speed Ashland (Ky.) District have put forth an address

JACKSONVILLE EAST FLA., Governor. W. H. Davis was appointed Douglas, of Key West; Hon. H. Bronson, motion of Capt. D. Provence,a committee i profit and comfort. showing some specimnennofihe chosen ..

to the transaction of Business in the Chairman, and G. L. Cope, Jr., Secretary. Palatka; Col.: Geo. Washington, Geo. R. of three was appointed to select officers to I Resolved, That we will co-operate with ones President Pierce delights to honor with

Will attend and Circuit Courts.for the East- Resolutions Fairbanks, Esq., St. Augustine; Columbus preside over this convention. the existing Florida Rail Road company, public office. Rend it Union-loving'

Supreme ern mi Southern DistricU of Florida. adopted expressed gratificationat Drew, Esq., Dr.A. S. Baldwin, Jacksonville; The chairman appointed as that commit- I upon the express understanding and condition Freesoil.abhorring Southern Democrats..

J<9 the nomination of Mr. Jenkins, endorsedhis Col. Geo. T. Ward, Maj. T. L. Betton, tee.Capt. that they will consent to have the Jefieivon Davis, Secretary of War-Nulli.

n. BAKER letter of acceptance (which recognizesthe Wm. R. Pettes, John G. Anderson, Jos. Provence of Marion, Hon. E. J. termini at ihe points above designated-St. fier and Secessionist.

urns reserved sovereignty of the States Clisby, Dr. W. R. Hayward, Tallahassee ; Knightof,Hernando, M. Post Esq., of Hills- Marys outlet and Tampa Bay.Resolved" Robert McClelland, Secretary of the Interior .
AT LAW, ,
ATTORNEY Wm., Denham, Esq., Monticello ; B. F. boro : whoJetired for a few moments, and That it is the opinion of this -Freesoiler.
AHitalor Columbia Co., East Florida. pledges a continued support of the Union Nourse, Major Harry R. Taylor, Thos. H. on returning reported. convention that this section of country ,John ,A. Campbell, "Judge of Supreme

H. WHIT SlttlTH platform Georgia of 1850, and condemns Austin, Esq., Apalachicola; Maj. Joseph That in conformity with their duty, they and all south of it should not subscribe to Court-Nullifier and disunionist.: .

ATTORNEY AT LAW, : the dangerous appointment of extremists to Forsyth, Milton ; Thos. B. Alexander, have selected the Hon. Wm. McGahagin, of the Florida Rail Road, or any other already Pierre Spule, Minister to SpainFrenchred
Mananna W. H. Chase Pensacola Marion, as President, Hon. E. J. Knight, of chartered, condition that filibuster,1 and ,
411iator Columbia Co., East Florida. office by the Federal administration ; Major ; except upon one republican, Heni.
,) regarded Maj. L. C. Games, Ocala ; Daniel Ladd, Hernando, C. Q.Crawford, of Hillsborough, of the termini be Tampa Bay. John A. Dix, sub-treasurer York -

J P. Sanderson old party questions as obsolete, opposed New Port.It as Vice Presidents, and nominated John G. Resolved, That a committee of seven be with the offer of a mission to France

AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW the partial appropriation of the pub is believed that most of the above Reanlon, and Arthur P. Wright, of Marion, appointed by the President of this convention soiler, and leader of the Van Boren factions'
ATTORNEY named as Secretaries, which report was unanimously who are authorised offer against General Cass in 1848. ,
G3aU2.S3CE: >:n<3r2IHlc5 Q lic lauds to particular projects and States gentlemen are now or probably will hereby to a I
tksonville.Jan. 17. :1830.: tr be in New York, about the time of opening ccncnired in by the Convention. conditional subscription of two hundred and I Samuel W. loge U. S. Attorney for the
and claimed that any alieuation of them, the Toe above named gentlemen thousand dollars I Northern
Exhibition, and their names have been I proceeded to I fifty (which we pledge to -Disunionist.
James W. Bryant except to brinK money into the public trea- officially announced to the Secretary of the fill the stations assigned them. I raise south of Alacbua) to the stockholders Peter D. Vroom. Minister to Prussia-

ATTORNEY AND COCNSELLOR-AT-LAW, bury, should be with reference to the rightsof Board of Directors of the Association, at TheHon. Wm. McGahagan in a brief ad of the company of the Florida Rail Road According to the New York Evening Post

a31CDnIi:5: : atQG : all the States. The whose office, those who may find it con- dress thanked the Convention for the hon who are to assemble at Jacksonville on the he is a freesoiler, who denies the constitutionality
anti inter-
foreign venient to attend, will please report their conferred upon himself and associates.On 12th inst., if they are disposed to co-operale of tbe fugitive slave law.. "

EO. 'y. CALL, vention resolve of the last Whig National names. motion of M. Post, of Htllsborougb, a with the views we have Here set forth. James Gadaden. Minister to MexicoNuftifier -

A 3 InC57 aiO 3ias i Convention is also incorporated in the series.F. call of East and South Florida was then Resolved, further, That if the existing and secessionist.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S. Bartovr addressed, and J. M. Berrien Carolina Dividend made by counties, when it appeared that company refuse to co-operate.with this sec- Wm. Trousdale, Minister to 'Bril-
delegates from Marion, Hernando and Hills- tion of country, we will throw ourselves ponent of the compromise .Cnsd
.rtl participated in the of the meet- The banks of South Carolina declared
proceedings borough answered.On upon our own internal and rich resources, the State of Tennessee, in opposition to it

HOPKINS &;, BRAIIAM, ing. Delegates were then appointed to their annual dividends on the 1st inst. The motion of E. J. Hart of Hillsborough, apply for our own charter anJ build our when a Governor, and was defeated.

OFFICE Attorney: at PALATKA at Law, E., Fla., attend a district Convention at Holmesville, Charleston Courier says : I. the delegates then came forward and deposited own road. Solon Borland, Minister to Central America

WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business on the 21st, for the nomination by the "The little bank Georgetown heads the their credentials with the Secretaries, Wbichvere received, read, and debated ; -Bitterly anti-compromise, and s ultra
and registered their names-rthe finally when the question "Shall State rights to the Congress .
BtnuUd to their care will be promptly attended list with a dividend at the rate of 16 following was j-ut a deny power -
tt._ February 19, lS52.-tf: Union party of a candidate for Congress.The annum, and the Mammoth: Bank percent of being list: this preamble and these resolutions be approved to pass a fugitive slave law.*

Savannah Republican leans towardsthe Cbarleston per holds Hillsborough County, Madison Post, C. and adopted it was decided unanimously Benjamin F.Angel! Consul to Honolulu "
B. HART at 10 The
OSSIAN on
selection of Air. Bartow. At the same Bank Camden has per cent. L. Frieble E. J. Hart, H. C. Bellows, C. Q. in the affirmative. Biter; .
run to 12 cent.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, up per Craw forfl. tie Consul at Alexandria
KEY WEST, FLA., time a Convention representing six countiesof at least 4 or 5 per cent. more than it ever Hernando E. J. The president of the committee proceeded Lon.lately editor of..the dis
County, Knight. under the 4th Resolution Disunionist
the
to following -
State Courts attained before the Commercial Bank of appoint
Practises in the United States and the District tendered the nomination to- ; Marion union the Southern Press.
County
:
I organ
of the Southern District of Florida. Columbia 10 cent. the Planters and gentlemen to attend the meeting, of
per
JalylO-tf_ T.T. Long ; but it was not accepted, as Mechanics Bank 8 per cent.; ; and the State' Jas. Thompson, Wm. Milligan, the stock holders of the Florida Rail Road at Au nste Belmont, Charg the Hage '
.
Thos. Mr. Belmont has
Mr. Long preferred to await the action of a Bank 8 per cent.; the Bank of South Caro- Williamson Wm. Connell, Jacksonville on the 12th July inst., viz: that
F. BARRETT John M. T1 lor. H. T. Mann C. Q. Crawford and John Jackson of General in the United States 0 Austria,
full lina nearly 7 cent. and the Union Bank "
more convention. Air. has been per ;
Public, Long K. C. Morrison A. blooJy d and is the uponwhom
Aotary Waterman Hillsborongh. despotism person
and the S. \V. R. R. Bank
Commissioner for of taking Deed,Acknowledgment addressed by committee touching his pres- The South Carolina Rail, Road each 6 per cent. Irby[ Roberts, J. A. Badger, E.-J. Knight, and M. C. Peterson, of Hernando. Hulsemann devolved his duties when

ether Instruments \Vriting, to be used in ent opinions and preferences for Governor ; continues 8 Company David Provence, B. G. O'Bryen, Webster's severe rebuke drove him from '
And at per cent.; and the CharlestonGas +
the There is American feeling ,- .
Wm. McGahagin Wiley Roberts, J. G. Reardon A. Waterman and D. Prov- country. no
the :States: of to which he replies that his views are in Light Company at 10 per cent., and ,
S. S. Burton about him.
);EW TORE: AND FENSTLTMIA.Jackonrille W. J. C. Rogers, ence of Marion.
Florida. Oct.].J.t! accordance with the Union platform of 1850, even the South Carolina and Charlotte Rail- F. N. Foy. J. M. Mcintosh, On motionResolved, That the proceedingsof J. J. \V. Grey, Postmaster, at Cleaveland
road has
that be believes the name of Democracy is Company declared its first dividend, Simeon Helvenston, Wm. D. Branch, this convention be published in the Florida Abolitionist, and editor of an abolition
and the of
at 5
J. H. H. BOURS rate per cent. annum.1tllectinl
per T. McHall, Rev. Wra. Royal! Mirror and paper.James.
now but a sham to cover party success and that the newspapers of East
L. C. Gaines J. G. Reardon Long, Register of the Land Office
and South Florida be
KOTABY PUBLIC requested to
misrule, and that he will vote for Charles J ; at Tampa. copy. .
Freesoiler.Richard '
:'
On motion of C. L. Frieble a committee of Oa motion this convention adjourned i the city of Chicago- .
JACKSONVILLE.:; E. FLA. Jenkins.Mr. the Land
... At a public meeting held at the.. Court six was appointed to prepare and report sine die. S. Maloney, Register .
: .. .
IllinoisAbolitionist.Thomas
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business for this convention which consisted Office at Danville,
WM.MCGAHAGIN
GENERAL. Leake, of Virginia, has declined the House in the Town of Tampajixn Saturday of Capt. J. M. Taylor, A Waterman andL. President., Hlyne, U. S. Attorney for Illinois

K1DIOAL KOYICE. commissionership to the Sandwich Islands, evening, June 4lL, 1853, CapLVm., .,.,. B. C. Gaines of Marion : M. Post and E, J. E. J. KNIGHT -Freesoiler, and an elector on the Van

and it is understood that Judge Smith has Hooker, was elected Chairman,'and Edward Hart, of Hillsborough and Hon. E. J. Knight C.Q. CRAWFORD, Buren ticket in 18 8. '
been appointed to the place. Thomas Commissioner of Land
T. Hendrick ,. of Hernando. Vice Presidents. Campbell,
DOCTOR W. J. L'ENGLE Mr. Severance, whom the above gentleman Secretary. On motion of Capt D.Provence,J.G.Rear- .JOHN G. REARDON, > Claims in California-Freesoiler.

Olin hit Professional Service to the citizens: of is to supercede, is from Maine, a printer Capt. Hooker explained that the meeting don, and Wm. Royal, were added to said A. P. WRIGHT, j s'*s. Benjamin F. Hallett, U. S. Attorney forMassachusetshie
Jacksonville and. Duval County. by profession, for many years the editor had been called to take into considerationsome : committee. leader
In tile Bttlldaplg -
lair'tJ-omce Republican". of the leading whig paper of the State-a rumcr or statement concerning: a large i On motion of Dr. W. J. C. RoJgers, Gent M.Whit Smith, delegate from Columbia ant abolitionistsin
member of Congress. It was in his office cow-trail, which reported to have gone John Scott of Marion and Col.James that State.
Waver & Co. .. I McKay county, with written proxies: of S. L. Nib- .
from the stock of the citizens towardsthe
that our idea was first initiated into range I All these are but a sample of the
CommlMIon and Forwarding Merchants, young of Hillsborough (not being delegates) were lack, W m. B. Ross, James M Baker,' and Presi
the of the polite art of printing, Indian Nation, and to devise means appropriate dent's indefensible .
mysteries
AND requested to act and co-operate with the Jesse McClaren, having arrived soon after appinten1 Te
Dealers in Groceries, Provisions. Choice Wines, and it was during our apprenticeship that to that emergency. committee. the ajournmenlof the convention, but not in might be prolonged .
Liquors and Segars,Punts,Oils,Drugs,&c. &e., Mr. Severance received from Mr. Fillmore, Capt. Hagan, being called on, stated to The Convention requested the committeeto time take in tbe has A beautiful list of specimens, for a Preafc .
to part proccedings,
for CASH only. DaviS the appointment of Commissioner to the the meeting that be had seen that cow-trail; dent to appoint, whose election was urged
Bay Street, Jacksonville. E. Fla. report at 3 and 1-2 P. M., to which timea since carefully examined the action of the
Sandwich Islands, a station which be has first, on the west side oi Peas Creek, leadingin recess was ordered. convention and and secured on the ground that his com

Bloodgood and Bouse, adorned, and in the discharge of its duties I a southeast direction, and after be crossed J.fully G. REARDON.approves the same. petitor might appoint a Wm. H. Swar or

R ETUIt'V their thanks tbe inhabitants ofJacksonville done much to promote the interest of the Peas Creek, (being then on a journey to the 3 1-2 P. M. JJ Sec'y. some such Freesoil Whiz to': .
,acd its vicinity lor their liberal Indian The convention assembled, when the committee .. .
Nation be the
the LineDemocrats
since country .n that quarter.-Milton Courier. ,) again saw same I llrltlin. Ship Leander. are the offices that Old
patronage bestowed upon them aitention they commenced to cow-tail, or one very similar, leading in reported what follows : wanted badly, but could'nt! get them, because
strict
business
and hope by Before Mr. Severance became the "editorof
pleat to merit a;coutinU&DCtHlf the same the same direction. That in the course of The committee appointed to examine into The arrival of the Leander with the Brit tbe Abolitionists and Disunionistswan

They have constantly on hand a full assortment the leading Whig paper of Maine," beforehe his journey, he saw this trail several times, all business .and matter suitable for the action ish Commissioners to the World's Fair, it ted them. The Freesoilersare enjoying

ef Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing. HaU and was a member of Congress, bcfoie he and left it finally at about from three to five of this convention, after as much deliberation seems, has created some talk in regard to themselves highly over their feasts of the *

Caps, Boots and Shoes, Stationery,Hard and Medicine ware-, Commissioner the Sandwich miles from the head of Carlo<-ahatchie River, as the time allowed them would par- her former history. The Washington Union choice and best that tbe President has at '
Crockery,Groceries,Provisions,Drugs went as to
,Segars, Wine, tc ,&c.,which they are selling where the same flows from Lake Okechobee. mit, beg leave to rep tt. thus explains the whole matter :-"It is his disposal, and chuckle over the hard fat
at the very lowest cash prices. Islands-somewhere about the year 1827 From the size of the trail it is bis opinion, That the convention being represented by true, as stated by the Inleflioencer that it oi the Old Line Democrats most beaUily.

Jacksonville,Jan.20,1S3l -be worked as "a printer by profession1'in that it must have taken a thousand head of few counties owing to the non-attendance of was the Leopard and not the Lander, which The New York Post, the Abolition or

the capacity of journeyman, in the In- cattle to have made it. delegates, and as a general expression of fired into the Chesapeake in 1807 ; but 'this is delighted with the banishment _
JAMES HAWTTATTT! and Capt. Hagan's statement being concluded, opinion cannot be given by this body for all does not meet the$ int which is raised by Compromise men from the Brigadier's presence -

KEEPS constantly on hand a general as- telligencer office at Washington, we considerable speaking ensued. Some were of East and South Florida, your committeeare the arrival of the Leander. The point and -boasTs over the appointment of Free

of- know old typos who were familiar with him in favor of raising a party to go in pursuit, confined exclusively to the opinions and the fact is this : In 1806 the British ship soilers of the etraitest sect, North,

Family Groceries and Provisions, when lie officiated at the ",;pace box." If on the trail, with a view to reclaim the cattle sentiments of the counties of Marion, Her- Leander fired into a coasting vessel belong- and states that "out of the seventeen appointments -

Of which he is alwtys: receiving fresh supplies. oty friend of the Courier esteems it a .pleasure supposed to be lost, forthwith. It was nando, and Hillsborough, which we endeavour jug to Connecticut, and killed a man named from the Slave) States) tbere'are
ALSO others that about to gi\e with as much brevity as the sub Pierce. For the wanton who not
John ,
thought by any party logo outrage but two were antiCompris
Household his idea" first
A'luneroiu.. Articles of Furniture, to think "young was ject will admit o!. i issued :
into such business would go armed, and President Jefferson a proclamation on men. The Post lben-adding
Building Fixtures, fyc. initiated in the office of Mr. Severance, we prepared for extremities, and that such a The last"General Assembly of the State the 34,of May, 1806, forever interdictingfrom injury-wants to know what the- Compromise -

Customer!-Are respectfully invited to call. deem equally so the fact that our "young condition of things would cause Indi&jp hostilities of Florida, passed an act incorporating a our waters the _British ship Leander, men think of it.
ftJ-Store Bay street,opposite Dr. Byrne'sBaildings.c : "to construct a Rail Road across the Cambria and Driver
on idea," familiarized with the duties of to commence immediately ; and remembering company together with ,
were of Florida under he of IIou. Win.J. Brown. .
( 0) jn2 that no military organizationwas the Peninsula style which were in company with her. We
assistant proof reader or "copy-holder and Rail Road
the Florida comrany"nndertbat venerable neighbortbat there
submit to
until October our
likely to occur next at announced
Edmund Whitney, afterwards of in the office in charter enough has been subscribed to in referring It is at length positively tat .
type-seller, And after the inauguration of Gov. Broome is nothing strange or improper of
Commissioned and legally qualified as ; and the bids the Hon. ,Wm. J. Brown, Indiana,
which Mr. Severance well also that the immediate insnre its organization, prospect to the singular fact that the government
Xtaaurer and Inspector or Lumber fat was a journeymanbefore as as occur- Mail Agent the
fair that it will in due time be completed. have select.id the vessel so been appointed Spci fo
should
Dnval County, 1 rence of IndhCn hostilities would take the very .
he ascended the >f better luck. of 0
May b. found when his services are .,sired, on steps country unprepared: and at the present With proper termini the importance of this interdicted to convey to our country the State Indiaa Ilnois The'pot.the

inquiry at the Republican office. road cannot be estimated, as a highway of royal commissioners aforesaid. We deemit may not be a very exled appointment
'
be inconvenient all and ruinousto
TheNew York Times publishes a table moment to of this any office
jut 10 bin transit
for commerce'as iyidla t
a
it motion of SimonL. travel, as a route but candid also to say that we do not .l '
was on Capt.
many under the nt ought, we
showing the amounts of American stocks for in our should be at whatever
troops ( case country tbe British bad
BENJAMIN P. TOWBBEKDAUCTIONEER Sparkman, suppose government any with tbe decided reprobation of
held Europe, which places the amountfor Resolved, That the'People of Hillsborongh war,) as a thoroughfare for all that intereststhe view of offering to us any indignity in sending think, to meet who values integrity in: public!
i it is second to none of man,
human family, that the incident
Florida territory at $tO OOOO. county postpone going in. pursuit of the I .. I___ L.. __ : ._ ;.. A .. the Leander, or indeed every who does- not regard public virtue -
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JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA, .. ." ,. mat-- uos uceu I'ruJcIu IU D.U"- :_ _.._ I.:..'___ ._r.t 'n .rQ .rm.mKi'rpI_.._ agentsOr -
importance IU UUI iciciltu tv "WY v..w ,
supposed Jost MOCK ui in yciooer nexi. from UIBlUljr as'a meie sham and imposture. .The
.Rflpe ttuUYllOliciu sales in Town and Country Judge WARNER hasresigned seat Resolved, That a Committee of correspondence ica; and-while your committee interest refrain in its by the British government." antecedents of Mr. Wm. J. Brown are well
)
HU Auction Room hover* the tore occupied by upon the Supreme Bench of Georgia, of and another of Vigilance, be appointed expressing a deep deem and lively it a duty devolved known to the .co ntry. He is the same individual -

S.N. Williams, (Dr.Foreman'. old stand.) which he was Chief Justife. by the Chairman of this meeting ; the construction they their firm convictionsas From the Charlatan, Standard. who entered into articles'of bargainandgale -
them
to
REFSI: ENCES.: .< Committee of Correspondence to consist of upon express 'should with the abolitionists of Congress
that Plank Road
the points
is
O. M. Lee, Esq., Madison; John W.Wertcott, The people of Union district, South Carolina five members,'and the Committee of Vigilance to what proper the "Atlantic with the _. at the commencement of the memorable' session I

_St.ttami.Jaclu6aTill Augustine; Jas.*. *Livingston S. N jy: Wil-12 are moving upon the subject of,a a considerable number. Thereupon Gulf.be selected" to connect Mum. Editort:-l see by the papers of : 'of 1850.'H had.been taken up a the

the Chairman appointed on the Committeeof the Atlantic city, that are becoming interestedin Democratic andidatelor Speaker, received
plank road from Union to Newberry or In doing this we will first view your you
Charles De Waal Auctioneer, Correspondence, the following gentlemen and find we have but one point the subject of Plank Roads. However the votes of nearly all the Southern
coast, '
E. F. Columbia. .:- Savannah for the first .inevitably -
'JACKSONVILLE, of a safe and Charleston and may quarrel members on balot'andvoil
fitlw In anY part of the County attended to, Messrs. T.: Magbee, Chairman, C. Q. that affords all the requisites of and sufficient tbe honor of pr cedence in other respects, have been trial,
.ad nnwetfnllT otieited.. The Washington Union having descanted Crawford S. L Moore commodious harbor, easy access that be had 'pledged
Sparkman
November llth, 1832. tfHUAnctioa Joseph of to admit ocean steamers those,of your citizens who have visited us when (was discovered
Rooms and Store-house are kept most loftily on the. complaints of the Whig and Simon Truman. The following named and depth iJPps vcaler-that harbor is St.) in past years, know that we are ahead of himself to the Free-soilers: in writing, 1

,, on Bay Street, near the principal market; where Pres of Gen. Pierce's appointments, is persons were then appointed by the Chairman large to the gulf, and along yon in this great.branch of industry, and organise the committees in such a way as to -
b k. band at all seasons of tb. .n ot Marys-next we turn i '
oa
year Committee
eps s a Vigilance, viz : that enjoyed the benefit of a Plank Road suit their peculiar views. This act covered
we
the most reasonable terms, family Groceries and1rovisieOiJor "took np rather short" by the Evening Post, Ibe entire coast of the ," 1 1America" .
cash irodnce. ,. Messrs. B. Hooker, B. F. iJagann S. L. rough our streets ,long before yon even Brown with well, merited disir. and he
: or country there are no .
Goods tent to Subscriber oa Commission,either as follows : Sparkman, Rigdon: Brown, Lewis Lanier, B of Pensacola. and MedlterralGf penght of availing yourselves of our exffience. very soon retired. from .b.et of hi

for private or auction disposal will be quickly! "We have heard nothing of any Whig F. Durance, S. Pearce, Wm. Hancock, Jas. Ihow We will not, therefore contendr shame and dishonor. But Geuer ,

attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. complaints about the Administration, except Cook,J..L. Skipper Wm. Wyatt, D. Plum- whilst.these three of points : the palm here, feeling satisfied that you itseems, has fished this cne

Subscriber bas been known In this community otherwise.for from ,the Washington Union. That print bly, W. Weeks, John Pearce, J. Sumuaerlin, by the iron band distant of the same importance will be generous'enough to yield it without man up tom the dept of ,
number auctioneer and others )
as
a ofyears as than (
He offers no recommendations- but desires that has been laboring with superfluous zeal for W. WbHten, E.; T. Kendrick, H. 'V. Snelt, any in the United States if not the world, a murmur. What I' wish to do now, is bestowed of hi o tden {

iaouinei should be made retarding himself of some time to make the country believe that W. Whitlaker, D. Sloane, A. Carlton and suicidal .in the people fthis simply to add an item of practical interestto and favor. We are bound ,

as, Commercial. House at the place of his ereii- the President has about as muc$ as he cando'to Capt. Jernigan.Resolved IS it state not a to throw ,policy this.boon,of provi- those which have_been_ furnished latelyby the. President sees nothing' disgraceful. ...in.

.aee. CHARLES DcWAAL. : eel alone aeainst: the current of opposition That any information that..at _L ._away___.A: & "w-,\t.p'otd... --.-.tIL... the correspondents 'yon ; papers." i Brown's couft-yd'etat ; nothing 1cmpuDt.wilb "
which the him time should come to the knowledge ofihfe aence ana ee.10 BgiMiuu.o Plank Road recently his owtandardof -
Jacksonville Union is helping to any. other people, to the sacrifice allude. to the Ogeecbee ,
.. Foundry ... stem. The fact is, no better evidence of Committee of_Vigilance; shall by them other capitalists, committee are appre- completed.:: ,It was' commenced in July, If this be the proper as it unollbtedllSt

AKD. V the 6trengthof the Administration could be be communicated to thL Chairman of the of her own-your" of the limes" war. 1852 .operations were at first delayed, moatcharitable c, *
...IX1A Ib U. mL C8 (I:)iP Ih II of and that the hensive that the ign lumber.Tbe .' ''rer the public service"witba
CD e required than may be found in the slightness Committee Correspondence, such fear and would gladly direct in consequence of great scarcity we shall bave r'in
'-----. of the'impression! wbicji the Union'jcontaDt saw ,Com'mfttee of Correspondence be in-- ant a to their own resour- whole cost of the Road was $30,000, ,vengeance,under .Gen. Pierce's. ad.- \ .
LIWE subscribers, having made eztensive'aadV nicati 11 such information the; minds of our people .
defence of it has prdUtffced :upon strutted to comma including :expenses-of toll houses,'gates ministrtion -

M. ,valuable ue now prepared Improvements to furnish in their.establishment popularity. We I do not.. eee,"but,rt. is by tbefr"Chairman, so received.,as wellas ces.Take. into consideration' *&' the important &c.. Jive thousand dollars of tbe' Stock" is aboultlie l'\now'b w ihe 'Sonth .

Steam Engines .of aay required power from just as strong''now a*' it. was before the alt other matter tbeY'.dfem'material, to that the three.named portTare,the ,only :owned ..brlbe city of Savannah, :the remaining ern this appointment.They '', .
fact
ODe to one hundred bone; Union commenced telling the country, what the Executive Department. where nature ; ,twenty-five '.thousand dollars by .may a.c to treatitas. a small mailer, ,::".
II Saw lfiDa; nobody else had beard of,' or would even ,JZ o/reJ, That the Chairman of the Committee ones' which Flopa tbd possesses sa.ry'to'co sUtnte planters and citizens :of Savannah., Tbe but we .a them does it not look little ;'.-.,;":'
all i. nece '
L &PPMU1r Horse Powers have suspected, that the Whig press of' ,the of Correspondence. dQ.notify.each of bas commercial given emporiums of the first msgainde average number of vehicles which,passed strange .to seethe. tpl their.boi : ;.
"
w.GrilUtm.,and; an. other'machinery'tued !a country was making lerrible ravages upon the members of,the' Vigilance committee" ,, of i. -viewing'the'clim! te,'soil and:profitable over the Road'with cotton and produce; during andcreaton", bet rng on t.e_ ,

its ch&r eter.. We remember once Jo, lave their appointment < ." .productions as superior any' portion the winter was one bundred'per:jtey, I who,sold tel the abolitionists_ :
won and Brass Castle beard famo'ns'wag'of thii eitiiay;duringthe .,Retolvtd. That the Editors of the various' knowing>hat. we have :. besidea1argequanti es of beef cattle: milch '.

A 8Uam Boat Saw MUL and other repairing, at closing year of Tyler's Administration, Newspapemsinlhie State; be, requested to of within onrconfederacy onrtorders,a'vast unt'ogoveni cows, bogs,sheep, &e-i'for, : tbe Savannah Woauur or KxJITvTh.Biiig.. ,

.. 03.Aflttehinel?purchased from os wffl be that be felt his country.was safe, for; said publish the proceedings; of ibis meeting ment land unknown and,nntrod by.the foot market.; We,estimate here that 'the Road Green, Ky., Standard, says''the, 'difficulty. o

pt.psTt1oIIw3y part tf the State byttpetent he, "* oTcroant. 'that.can.stand; .,such aPzeiident WM. B., HOOKERChairman.. of 1he, white man, timbered with tbe)mostrsluahle will pay twenty totwenty-five ,per cent, end in that conntv;Ton ,and 3 Jo b
Mrs/MarioaBBnch
: machinists when eiired.. nd upon as John ;Tjler, ..can stand jany Pt ,gDwLaD 1., !,na1c*;?&crstary. Cl"QwthknowD.tO commerce,wherein f ran 1st:July. Your: :projected, Red has 'twe .klHed. Thejafcc4
terms. .' ,be choicest advantages which ought to make itpay' :at in which the latter. was

ebarg.urawmn*. sotd estimates f furnished* 'without thing.tiatan Administration'that Weniigbtuy with equal can-stand propriety: the, 'Ml &r 'sk A nev packet:shfp, blesslngs/who: fact nature"wilt has sar.lavished'that an" undertaking?: least equally as well,.and under the auspices u lra'whiJ.t" this borribLifiagedytri.-;.a" ,' ;
inansbywhich Jt
'
HOONEY '.President Pierce.;has named CalhOttnlnten Jed lor the Liverpool six_millions'of dollars cannot with-,which it will commence: its 'career; it gnkDwu 1 -
& kind of only ;
GOOKINj, ."ppon.&bat requiring Wattempting
sister -
.. launched al NewYort" otf Sator' is not assumption to ;uifethat tlaliu'Brwn .
Mac.&zuieLsT. late fromvtbeUnioBis: trade?,was 'the state of_Flonda. an extravagant .
Founders and been recemiTg of( .: !; be accomplished by the several -
day;, 'She.|',.aid.to:be ihe largest merchantship of ,;.committeeto the'AYing--ofabor.aDd: ; expense. c f "appease
JoYinej41rcbI.lL 10-ly the reachiof danger. : : itlstbepurposa:' your !
: beyond But 4jif aredwdIprovefata1
: {
equally wounds 'w
: .
capacity for ear severe ,
in the.world, having confine, themselves within the hauls oi ditching and grubbing"':two'very important b

jon. Z?*? *? iit.bi l to be executed The President of the United Slates is on a\ rying'2,000; tow of freight; and accommodations East and South Florida,. and therefore.offeifor. item in the cost-may still farther increase .
the *
R.bUcaa Offiee,sod the orders ia .
, ttat World's Fair at New York. for J,000 steerage passengers.
',/ .. Has cf oar friends,bmpecU'uDTJOJkc4. visit 10 the ,



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-4th of July CcUfcrmtlon' Colvmbta c.* still.-very- bad* ,ir from****his" wounds- *** *s,> V-being'""**stab"'?""*>>"*' Ulllll; --' n Texas'which,lbe Democracy takecredit' j From d.'WaU.tOll.Dd" *.,Jmtrimn"*. ,of- 1817.: up' bat the :injeeper1deligbud'n! $>|.t.f*
:
bed very severely in the left hip,' though imUIllThursday ( for by labelling it with..tj.eirna .f:: : ." Fanny 1-: Glean< ,. guests with cortversation, arid .thefifcn'of '

Early in the morning of the 4jh. a large not mortally : McKinnon ,was ,stabbed ,in' ForGovernOr-M. T.'' loh'nson,11'JamesW. the forger
number and Alachna of ladies' and gentlemen! Columbia the right tblg'b but IS' retting much' better. 3.ACXS'01iYIL'L: :. .. Henderson, L. D. Evans, E..!.I.Pease- "Bring flowers,pale-flowers,o'er.the Merto' 'ihed- not glad when his toil was domebutKirrow.fui. .

Mineral counties assembled at the Big Two of the sons of McCoy: are aged 12 < John W Pancy,.Thomas J. Chambers. I A crown for the brow of,the early deeM' At nightfall,.the many,who bad loved 4,

Spring near Ellisville, where ample and 14 years, whose carrotids may be teen : July 21,1853.: .. For Lieutenant Governor-J. B. 'Robinson For>thl< through iU bares hath the .white rose'
preparations had been previously made for labouring veb mently. The presumptionis David C. Dickson': burst, the girl in life gathered around the door. It- .

their reception. that their father carried out, fully the was all whispering-kind. '
This district
whispering
District
First violent nursed. fir
the woods the
W. M. 0. President To ALL WHOM IT MAT c ..cA note Congressional For this in was ;
Jeffreys was appointed andS. old maxim in teaching 'the young ideas was represented in the Jut Congressby Though'they smile in 'mIa'for ,what once WM there was no jealousy-no bate-born reserve
Henry Mattair Vice-President how to shoot.' b. W. M. from Col. HARDEr requests us to give notice The'nominee
tbe Hon. Richard Scurry.
I) Crews The President oars, among Jhe young men. It was like anguish
Secretary. Ucbeeanna June 24th. that that officer will be in Jacksonville, on of the'party in the present canvass is Col. '
the for They are lore's last gift bring ye flowers-pale from fountains
and announced proceedings leaping
arose many mingle! ,
Monday, the 1st of .August,.tocaah4be, certificates George! W. mytb., We do,not learn' that [JEBrwaiu. in
the day. The Declaration of Independencewas From the Charleston Courier, 20C& June. ; ; flowers! one reservoir of tare. The Pride of
for Mice-in--the- 1i Price be Has an opponent. that
audible and given ,
clear,
read in impressive
Joseph a M. Crews after whichDr. Colored Seamen at Chftrle iCon. and Suwarrez companies. Second Oongressional District.-This is At the western base of the Blue Ridge village was no more .

manner by I the old district of the Hon. Yoln-y E. How mountains the turnpike to the valley of A few friends watched by the
Samuel T. Day arose, and delivered a The ease of Reuben Roberts vs. J. D. i ard. The candidates in this Gov.P. .corps daring
The Eastern Clrewlt. race are
lengthy and eloquent Oration, replete' with Yates Charleston District.-We Virginia passes through the Tillage of two long nights; and 'when morning '
sheriff
of II. Bell, G. K.Lexvis, Thos. _W.; 'Blake, ajafecamjgfanny <
sentiments of glowing of the "inner patriotism.The are gratified to learn, from an entirely reliable It will.be seen that Co). C. A. M. MITCHEL and W.R. Scurry.-Washington Un ion,1 0th. Waynesboro'-a quiet! spot save when its Glenn was vailing-patiently
man"
wants having
been supplied at a table bountifully spread had source the good, that sense the and British the good Governmenthas feelingto has been announced in our columns as a In Tennessee the canvass is at a pretty retirement is broken by' the jingle of the aseter!'-for the farewell kisses of her kin-

with all the requisites, prepared by Wm. order the discontinuance of this case, instituted candidate for the position of Judge of tbe high pitch-Churchwell having pitched into team-bells, or the distant winding of the dred! Oh! they were warm kisses-those

Townsend, "the feast of reason and the flow by the British Consul in this! city, Eastern Circuit. Col. M. is known to the Maynard, during a discussion in the Knoxville stagemaiv's horn. I say it was a quiet: village last, long kisses of that livid cheek!

of tbe soul" was resumed, when the President i Mr. Mathew, to try the constitutionlsjfand people of the Circuit as a practising lawyerof district, for abusive language utteredby ,although the hours of-jach successive A prayer-and a stifled hjmn aid tie

toasts of of the the day day read: the following regular I I validity colored of seamen our police, cooks law, and in relatiotftofree stewards fine talents, and in reference to several the latter. They are candidates for Con- day were'occupied by its inhabitants in al closed coffin was removed into the street

1. The Day we celebrate-The down of anew I coming from a sister or foreign State into of the qualifications important to the judicial gress for that District Churchwell Democratic the thrifty pursuits of i id stry. The hospitable There was no h'earsttlIor vehicle, nor*

Era-the Era of Freedom-May it never the ports of South Carolina. The case had station, he possesses quick mental perceptions Maynard Whig. innkeeper might be seen at the appointed .' equipage-but the village was at that door.,

be forgotten, nor its history cease to be : reached the stage! of an appeal to tbe Supreme a large store of legal information, In East Tennessee, a brother of our fellow hour waiting anxiously upon the Rare testimony of a beauty's worth! Six

precious to the American People.States-A. Court of the United States constitution from the and much firmness of purpose. In tbe citizen, M. Whit Smith, is a candidate for long white porch to assist the traveller from young men were selected as pall-bearer.:.
2. Tht Thirteen Original galaxyof verdict of a jury sustaining the
Freedom, Fortitude and Wisdom. ality of the law, under charge of hi- honor choice of him by the people a< Circuit Congress. We observed a highly flattering the morning coach, and provide "good en.' with six others in reserve., They raised the

3. George Washinston was the will Judge Gilchrist to that effect. We had some Judge, or in the selection of the only other notice of this candidate some weeks sincein tertainment" for such as felt disposed to tar- offin from the earth, 'and passed under ittainlesT

of Providence that be should die chiMless, time since learned on Senatorial authoritythat candidate at present before the people for the Charleston Standard, and designedto ry;the "merchant1-or that respectable class white *hankerchiefs, upon which

that bin Country might( call the him Father.Slates Mr. Crampton, the British Minister at that office, (Hon. WM. A. FORWARD,) the copy it, but have mislaid the paper. Mr. of country traders who keep on hand articles they lifted the remains. They turned with
4. The Constitution of United Washington, bad intimated that Mr. Mathewwas
The Charter.of Liberty and Union. proceeding against the wishes or without Bench would be respectably, honorably, and Smith is classed as an "Independent Dem of general consumption-was early behind their precious burden into the narrow lane.... .

5. The President the United States. tne sanction of the British Government. efficiently occupied. ocrat." his counter; the smoke of the tireless he lone mother followed, leaning on the

6. The Army of the United Slates-The This is now fully confirmed, as we learn forge ever mingled with the coming dawn, arm of her remaining son; and the villagers,.- -

defence of our homes, the standard bearerof that the instructions to withdraw the suit The Ship Canal. Letter from Major Putnam. and the clink of the hammer was heard up- good men, kind women, and wondering
Banner the architects have been transmitted
the from
Star Spanned emanate or '
of our national glory. through, Mr. Crampton. We hail this The U. S. Surveying party, who were engaged The following letter irom a distinguished on the glistening anvil. children, accompanied their lost favorite to

7. The Navy of the United States-The pacific, friendly, and considerate course on in the spring in surveying the courseof citizen, which bas been placed in our possession So, you will think it was a right smart he old church. .

guardians of our Commerce, the pride! of the part of Great Britain as an augury of canal the ,though,written as private, may with village. Well, it was; it contained, may In the old church the body was placed! in

our Flag throughout the universe. good ; and, as an example, it ought not be the proposed ship across peninsula out impropriety be published, as it refers to be, three hundred people so long ago'as front of the altar: and the solemn
8. The Judiciary-Tht bulwark of Justice lost on the people of our Northern and and who then ran one or more lines, preacher
a matter of public interest, and one upon 1831. I have not been there since,but I doubt his discourse. It
began painful
and the guardian of the Constitution.' Western sister States. If Great Britain, in are now in retirement at St. Augustine was brief,

9. The Congress of the United States all the majesty of her power, and in all her summering out the warm months. We understand which public opinion is broadly variant whether it has increased, though I know it touching, and appropriate. If the presence

for the inteiems the whole anti.slavery feeling, yields to the necessityof fall. as the letter itself signifies. We only add has changed, greatly changed; for I have of numerous bearers could the more animate

country-May they ever be inspired with our police law, surely our sister States they resume work in the the hope that our approaching judicial elections been told that the old landlord has removed; such an occasion, his lips must have been .
wisdom and patriotism. should not be behind her either in justice or There was $20,000 appropriated for this
will exhibit an instance in which such that the merchant has
once happy through
10. Declaration of Intltpendenee-The in comity.On survey by the last Congress, which can b e "Touched with hallowed fire;"

announcement to the world of those principles the other band, this wise and friendly melted down by the warm weather as weUas an occasion can transpire unattended by the misfortune, yielded place to an avaricious for perhaps the largest congregation ever assembled
of liberty which are the birthright of step of the British Government should reacton evils which so vividly present themselves to grasping money.lover; that the honest smith
some other things. It may be impracticable in that sanctuary was the one which
alb men. ourselves, and induce ns so to modify tbe contemplation of the writer : tasted and, alas reeled down under the

11. The Star Spangled Banner The the existing law as to render it less offensive to perform government surveying in ST. AUGUSTINE, June 27, 1853. I fumes of the intoxicating bowl and sto- listened to the truthful panegyric of Fanny

Flag of Liberty-its protection upon the to foreigners, and to substitute a kind this climate during the warm season, andit DEAR SIR I have received let : ; my Glenn.
land and on the sea-all are secure beneath of curfew or some other system for the : just your ry tells (if it were well thus to anticipate its
had
officers The not risen above
be for long the
sun
a regular thing engaged giant
may the 26th instant and hasten
of to reply.
its shadow. present unwise and impolitic one. Colored ter close) that tbe "village pride"has given dustto
Tlie Union It should know no North, and in that line of duty I down South' I You desire to know views to the mountains, ere the relics were gently
12. cooks, stewards, seamen are now my as ju dust and winged her flight to the "Parque ?
no South, no East no West, but the interest locked up in jail, as soon as they arrive to suspend operations for the summer. If dicial election, and to learn if I have an immortelle." lowered into their silent tabernacle. As the

and rights" and dory of all. in 'our citv. until the ves&elsin which they this be so there is no special cause of. idea of running for either of the judicial preacher spoke the words, "Dust to dust,
Who bas read of "tbe belle?"
13. The Ladies-The magnets of our love cameare'readytor sea and in the meantime not village "
"
; I objection. But if the suspension of the' ashes to ashes! there was some disorder in
; -the ornaments and conservators of society.in malcontent with supposed ill-treatment, ,. offices. The proud city alone is not the abode of the
be merely because there is plenty the rush to see the first clod of the valley
peace our angels, in war our heroines; they are allowed to hold intercourse will survey The last inquiry may be very easily an beautiful. Every village is reputed to have

VdLUNTEEa TOASTS. our slaves! left ia jail for'sale or committed of time and plenty of money," and no great swered. I have no idea of running, and I its and reader if broken upon the coffin; but it was a strange
there for crime. The impolicy of the law occasion to push woiks projected for Florida beauty; you are passing confusion-an agitation of the crowd with
Adam Feigle-American would under of elec
Dy Indepen not serve our plan an
the still of such
is on its face, and needs no argument along through ways a place,
dence. patent there is hardly as much "progress" in out even the noise of a breath.It ,
Mattair-The Constitution and to show it. Let us then yield, in our turn, tive judiciary. I am opposed to the election and should chance to meet.a lass with clusters -
By Henry our behalf, by the supervisors at Washing; was soon over. The stricken widow
Union, they roust be preserved.By and, as well for our own good as in courtesyto ; of Judges, and must be so until human Jia of careless hair, cheeks blushing like
R. Buck-Woman-The first to love other States and nations, substitute a ton, as could be wished in tte matter of tare shall be reformed and improved. This the and departed to her desolate hearth; and the
curfew or some other for the he The be said of the ripe ruddy apple, a person .graceful crowd that amid those stone-
us and th last to leave us. system present survey. same may is not likely to be the case, but we shall remain lingered long
By S. T. Day-State's Rights-The surest plan of personal incarceration without operations on the St. John's Bar, for which frail and selfish without the appliances of art,and feet formedto less graves,. returned full of sadness to the
I as we are, corrupt, ,
crime. Let it be made a law either that the heather in if
short
"trip meeta
bulwarks tendencies.The you
against anti-republican a fair appropriation was made. Certainly village. A slip of the wild bush from which
Constitution and the Union-the sheet after the ringing of the curfew, (i. e. of our very and the election project is calculated to cultivate sweet, simple and rustic girl, with her .
anchor of our peace at home and safety first night bell,) or at any other time, no there has been no particular Jlibus- those infirmities. I am no better than Fanny bad often gathered meek roses to bind
and hat of fixed
abroad. free colored cook, stewarJ, or seaman shall tiering evinced in the business. fellow men. My nature and propensities winning garb, straw gyp ber hair was planted upon the mound, and
be on shore without a permit specifying its my sy-like on her I.ead-you! may be sure it is .
By B. Moody-The reader of the Dec. are similar to theirs, and I need the same it bloomed for a long, long time above the
laration and Orator of the day we celebrate object, from either the master or first mate Hunlover Canal, &e. "the village belle."

-May.they ever remain the steady supporters : of his vessel, or from the Mayor or any checks to my natural tendencies and inclinations It spot.At \
of patriotism. Alderman. We are informed that Dr. Hawes has the ; and these are not to be found in FANNY GLENN was a-.ViLtAGE B-ELLE-a the base of those azure mountains, a '

B A. J. PrevaU Woman last the canal between Indian fair child-the daughter of a widowed moth the roll "tbe flowers
,*, ) -The contract foe cutting our plan of an elective judiciary.It years round appear
% the best, and fairest work of creation. The Whig Party.Is river inlet and the Mosquito lagoon, is tfueVibe people have settled this er. She had plucked the flowers of more than upon the earth; of the singing of

By Wm. Ostein-General Zachary Taylorand the whig party dead or not?-Boston on the southeast' coast, for which an appropriation questionfyettlthave the right to. entertain sixteen springs, and bad even learned to find birds still comes; and the voice of the turtleis
the brave who ,
men fell! in the battle
.
of made the last < ;* someihing superior to bright tints and sweet heard in the land but the "village belle7 .
fields of Mexico-Let them not be forgotten. Post.Put $5.000"as by and expressjiny opinion. I consider tbe ; '.
in its mouth and
S. P. your fingers you He has. bands perfumes upon their velvet leaves. She is not there to bless tbe sound. She was '
,l By Crews-George Washington- will perhaps find out.-Louisville Journal. Dongre-3.. now engaged; on plan as vicious, and I will not consent to become

May his memory be an ever- reen in the You are trying to gum us, Mr. Journal.- the work. It has been found that the excavation an agent l in its execution. No person looked at the golden hues of the daffodil,and too fragile a being for tS bleak atmosphere

hearts of of the forest.people, as the Magnolia, tbe Boston Post. has to be through a solid bed of co- has been or will be authorized by me to use thought that the robes of angels must be beauteous oHife.and she soared upward when the

pride our Not wishing to interfere in this matter at rock which will make the ; she inhaled the odors of the violet and voie&of "Arise, lore,
By J. E. O ;den-May the same spirit quina job an arduous my name on any ticket as candidate for any spirf'ag my ay
all Mr. Post, we beg to that
say you may of the redolence of the Eden. "
thought
that existed In 1776 still exist in the rising run foul of a snag yet, some of these days.N. one for the contractor. The work, judicial station in this State.I upper fair one, and come away. .

generation.By 0. Pic. we believe, is under the charge of Lieu &c. Fanny was a somewhat siltnt being, yet "
am, very truly, yours, The melody "Old Folks at Home, bas
T. J. Prevail
Franklin Pierce of
.There cannot be left in the there were many, very many, who loved to
Smith is also the in behind theSt.
New many snags as filling B. A. PUTNAM.Is become The last number ofZion's
Hampshire President of the United popular.
,
mouth of the party which has had so much be at her side; for she could smile-so sweet very .
Slates, the soldier patriot and statesman. Augustine sea-wall, for which $5,000 Herald contains the
that is bad extracted from it following new.
already, as the it not rather strange that the Republican a smile, that it spoke words more preciousthan
By Theophilus Weeks George Wash. also The latter
work is
were appropriated.
above extracts display. Let us have no could not reply to an article in our last pa- could version, entitled
ington-The hero of the Revolution and ever tongue utter. And then
father of more jaw upon this subj ct.-N. 0. Delta. also going on. per without dragging before its readers the The Blest Ones at Home
our happy country. of Probate of this ? As that she was cultured in mind, cheerful of heart,
James Many of our readers are already informed Judge county
By Ostein-May politics never NORTH AND Sonrn.-Tbe New-York is an candidate before kind in companionship. She had bright Away on the ba of life's bright river.
gentleman independant
bend the that tbe Town Council of St.
tree, of Liberty.By Courier in Augustinelast Far, far .
If Enquirer, a recent article, remarks >
re-election the
for to office he
the auburn hair .
that
people
R. Youngblood-The tree of Liberty : spring discussed the subject of a canalto was parted gently,over a There will my heart 'turning Ie .
planted by the of the Declaration of now r ery capably fills, and being abundantly brow of delicate whiteness, and gathered There's where the bes oDeslty ; ."
signers "Never, within the last twenty has
years, connect the Matanzas and Halifax rivers. able to defend himself against any attack All through this vale ad
Independence, watered by the blood of our there been a deliberative assemblage of that make him his above her neck with an interwoven sprig of Sadly 1 roam, s sw
They solicited a government survey for the paper may upon or course, .
forefathers-May its growth be perpetual.By Southern free from Still longing for the dawn of morrow
men so utterly barsh the wild Her
do not feel called to rose. stature was erect-her tb
Wm.J. S. Prevail. Tbe three greatest language towards the North as the recent purpose ; and it is stated5that Lieut. Smith, we upon say anything And for the blest ones at h

Generals-General Peace, General Plentyand Memphis Convention, though the body met who is now in St. Augustine, will comply in his defence.-News.'Is contour symmetrical; and there was an inherent All without is dark 1 ao daz '
Every where ,
General Satisfaction. it not strange" that the News should in her which
for the very purpose stimulating an hon with the request of the Town Coun grace bearing would O, brothers, how the heart ,
intimate that incidental allusion the
By J. M. Crews-Our sister county of orable competition with the free Slates in all our to Judge have repelled many a village swain who had Sighing for the bleat gW .
Marion. cil. An inland communication already exists of Probate was an attack" upon him The .'
the great branches of industry. not beheld the soft and gentle of Through all earth's scenes I wandered
Col. Mitchell, of Marion, being present, from the northern portion of South Car only] result of such an interpretation of our lan expression In youth's morn sunny 1
;
responded in a few eloquent and appropriate KOSSCTH AND THE AMERICANS.-Tile olina to St. John's river, Florida. From a guage, is to place the, Newt in an awkward fix her eye, the meek paleness ot her cheek,.and How m. ny precious gar hours IVe squandered
remarks. New York 1\lirror'alleges that Kossuth is some time- when- it- might- -be found- necessary to the kindness that ever rested upon her,lips. How many mercies scorned ;
-- miles south of St.
The day was pleasant, and nothing occurred writing letters from Europe to a New York point forty Augustine a allude to a Whig office-holder. Our neighbor Yes, 6he was a rural beauty-born and When seeking sin's delusive pleasures, ,
to mar the enjoyment'of the in which be speaks.of) Americans cut of three-fourths of a mile will extend the Wretched was I, .
in
company. paper has done all the dragging" in on the
present reared in But now heart has found a treasure
W. M. O. JEFFREYS, President.S. tbe following complimentary language : communication to the Florida Reef.: In a' occasion. Ills paper "dragged" in the subject I strange contrast a spot where the There with my the bled ones on high. 4 '

P. CREWS Secretary. "And, amidst these important events, (the letter from the Mayor of St. Augustine |to
Ftom the Milton (,Pt.t JTa.) Courier. troubles between Turkey and Russia) what Lieut. Smith, it is stated that about fifteen to it. lie" dragged"it in,and'th, Judge of morn with azure'shadows) which gathered One hour there is (orYr bringing*.

ot America sir Why, America is represented miles of cutting between Pablo creek and Probate along with It, by a piece of inconsistency. into dark frowns as the day departed. She Memories of lore uTwas
Fatal Itencountre. nowhere Not one of tbe diplomatic It was done in an attempt to the faithful, when my sighs were ty singing *, .
defend was a Can
gentlemen daughter more be eulogy! chg ,
agents of her democratic governmentis North river, and between Matanzas and Of the blest ones above

On Wednesday the-15th ult., a party of yet at his post in Europe ; and a Minister Halifax rivers, will extend this line of inland of whose a Whig names Convention were in this! There paper was from no the real action intent A faithful daughter! She had seen a mother When On his shall white 1 see my Suiou reigning .1.

four men, consisting of Dr. McKinnon, act. to Constantinople, and Paris! not even communication from North Carolina to to get votes for those gentlemen-but to put on the weeds of widowhood, and she When will be &rono my heart's compWg'

ing deputy Sheriff, Lauchlin McRae, R. L. nominated yet Why, sir, that's but a the Florida gulf. pull wool over their eyet. The worit "attack clung to her-she consoled her-she watchedover There with the blest ones at
Anderson negligence surpassing imagination ; that a All till then is dark dreary .
and Thomas Barrow, proceeded degradation of your national dignity whichis in fact has been made upon them, for their de her in her waning hopes-when the si-! Every where 1 a. _
to arrest John McCoy, upon an indictment, fence was rather a severe satire. It ver cord was lopsening and the O, brothers, how the grows
for an assault with intent to kill, and also bordering upon ridicule, if not upon the Acknowledgment. was not halfas golden bow Longing for the hear at ;ear>

in search of a negro belonging to Capt. contempt, of and from the civilized world !" "Father Gavazzfs-Lectures- in New York legitimate as our "attack." was breaking. Alas! she might not long

of this county'ho had been in the tend! that mother for their Ma. R JOHSSON has been appointed -. '
Sharp
rHI: T HUANTEPEC GRANT.-In the Supreme have been received from the publishers CtJ-We have observed a call in the last News, was a meaning i in Jot! :
woods for Marshalfor
upwards of two years, supposedto "Justice the silentness-a by the United States
signed for girl's
Convention
Court of New York in the a at Palatka, meaning concealedfrom President
he barboured matter of Messrs. DeWitt and C.
The Davenport of that vice H.
by McCoy. partyapproached city. to nominate the Georgia, W. .
Francisco P. Falconet against Albert G. a candidate for Associate of the Sn- the heedless world whispered
tbe residence of McCoy early Sloo, to recover $600,000, with $15,000 interest They compose a volumne of 300 pages, and preme Cench. Is this for a party ConventionlIf the observant yet ,to MILLS, resigned.. ,. *
in the
the morning when near to-the of by tinge of crimson that .
; camp attachment will be interesting at a time when their it is contrary to the *
an was Wednesday generally
granted on expressedwish
was'received at
McCoy, which is in the midst of those dense crested her cheek's whitetess-a" Gen. Pierce's Inaugural
hammocks or cbapparals so common on against the property of the defendantin author has obtained a national celebrity by that no party action should be had in the tinge that Honolula.with as much enthusiasm if it,
New York. It appears that Falconet, the matter. came stealthily and disappeared, like an ill. a
Choctawbatchie Bay, they discovered the attacks of his enemies. were part and parcel of the glorious Union,
negro chopping wood. When ther rushed who resides in Mexico, at the instance of The United States Illustrated has been It is said Mr. Buchanan will decline the omened bird upon the threshold of vitality. and all unite in wishing him the admitustra.

ipon the negro, the negro ran into the the agent$300,000 of the defendant tor Mr.,Sloo paid, on that accountof government received from Hermann Meyer-containing mission to England-rdesiring to remain at I said that Fanny Glenn had admirers tion that is foreshadowed in his"addrsSoutb

swamp party accompanied; McCoy came by rushing his three out sons upon, tie all the Tehuantepec grant, and bound him views of Itasca Lake, the Falls of St., Anthony home to complete a work in which be is She had many. I know not of one preferred Carolina is again .agitating the

armed, McCoy making severe threats self to pay 300,000 more, in two drafts, and San Francisco. engaged; some American State papers, including above another. If there was, I think thefa question of boundary between herself and

against the party. After cavilling for sometime during alleged,July Mr.and Sloo August.has refused Since to honor then, it the is Also the first No. of the Parlor Magazine! a history"of the administration of vorite's seU scarce knew it; for Fanny feltit Georgia _ _

with him and finding stratagem necessary drafts of the plaintiff upon him, for the just commenced in Cincinnati. Mr. Polk. From the same source we learn was all vain to tell the struggles of the STEAMER Jis. L. DAT.-Even from the ,

McKinnon proposed leaving, gave money advanced, and hence the attachment ...-io'Q.. that the administration;.: has nearly heart for time. She may have loved, but I short time this steamer has been .running t
bis hold
McCoy hand, and when be of approached -
got August Elections.s believe she" settlement ot
a of the
hi. hand Flord
he seized, closed in with and ., '" Fishery
Gambling -The St. Louis :; question
that
corresponden has been learnt
wed for she enough
was wedded sho
threw in the at port t
time Washington.There .
McCoy mean McRae i of the Savannah Georgian furnishes the .will take place next month inatepof e, as was requiretv'o.boat&
came to the aid of McKinnon; then McCoy i item below illustrative There was a lone church epeted\woul
hard
of the terrible fascination yard by
Kentucky Missouri Arkansas As
.
was a ha
called for help, when bis three sons and great earthquake at Schiras, t'a'
of the
wife all came up manfully to his aid, and a He that gambling"a singular: mode of ;AlabamaTexas. Tennessee and North in Persia, on the first'of May, which killed village-an enclosure reached from Fan agent of the contractors has gone Norh t
general ensued with says betting Car 1ana. In the latter ny's dwelling by a straight though na'trow purchase o build another boat, _to put .
fight and knives two
guns ; is resorted to on Sundays, on the western States the elections 12,000 people. During the night the Plague upon the route. In the meantime, it at*
McCoy succeeded in firing'one barrel of bison waters, on which days there is no card play will be held on Thursday, the 4th of had arisen from the unburied -corpses. lane. It was as narrow as the pathway into tempted to perform)the service ,by the. i
at McKinnon, but missed; by this time ing allowed. The "life," and ,as straight as die'road that D
gamblers sit around a August and in the, others on Monday, tbe alone/in 17 or ,18 days.
his wife ran up and fired a gun at Mc table, each having before him a lump -of: 1st of August. In The duel California between Messrs. leadeth unto"aeath." In the centre of .1Ili .
and
Kinnon bat missed when she Kentucky Arkansas '
managed to loaf sugar; a stake is put up by the players, members Gwinn and McCorkle had terminated without yard was the old white church-a church Another conclusion 'may be drawn- from
of
another and and fired also and
.
get ran it Congress tbe State
gun
up ,
and he whose Legislature
upon lump a fly lights first the and that is *that
bloodshed. experiment, ,
-
Three present
ineffectual to Methodist
but missed second lime shots appropriated worship and
builtof
fortunately a ,though wins the 'pile.' They also make tbe side are to be chosen ; in Missouri and were without an active effort to support the line

the powder from the pan of the gun burned bets among themselves upon: this important North Carolina members of Congress and fired, when the matter. was satisfactorily) hewn logs. Plain ,and ,humble ask was, by those concerned, it will prove a failure <
McRae ;
blind him eo severely in the left eye as to event.-Tbe.excitement often waxes high, in each of the States of Alabama adjusted. ,A.* *: it consecrated, the Sabbath, -morn with the after all.-Wakulla Tunes,v 6th iiuf.' .
completely, and about this time ,Texas, --- '
as tbe fly hovers and aiound the .
over
sweet music of praise and the t
she clubbed ber gun; and struck McRae a morsels, undecided upon which to feast." and Tennessee, a Governor, Legislature, and A FLOATING Lwcoa SHOP.-The'.'Boston incense of,prayer. THE or JACE .-A corfeipon-,
.
severe blow upon the head. In the meantime members of Congress are to 'be elected. Transcript states that sloop: with a"..house It.was spring-not a spring.of fragranceand dent of'GJVE who

McCoy drew his knife and stabbed THE VVoRD TAKUT" is taken from a fortress Party lines, except in Texas, are upon it, has been anchored between Apple flowers, for the" blossoms. b begun to recently visited Tennee ust CoituiU, -

McRae two places, and McKinnon in which is situated on the Straits of Gibraltar -;; drawn pretty and Deer'Island for the drop one by one, from their fragile stems,and "It was my intention to hav
strictly and in of pd'litto
purpose
one place- this turned him Kentucky, Missouri supply
upon they loose, a. promontory which, from its position the :leaves the Hermitage, to view the
be with knife in hand'and and Tennessee the ing parties up and down the' harbor .,were losing their greenness. at
rose made at is admirably adapted for commanding canvass is exceedingly with of Andrew Jackson, but I was prennte by
another one of tbe party, threatening his the entrance of the' Mediterancan Sea, and animated. piritous liquors. This is the'latest ,contri.' the approach< cia summer sun. the village! i indisposition I. understand, bo\vnr, .

life, when be received a load of buck shot watching. tbe exit aud entrance of all ships.It ,In Texas, the Washington Union gives vance to evade the new liquor law. .. was full of the hum of life, and suolime ; every thing still remains he left them, and
in the breast,,which quieted him soon. was the custom othe Moors ; Die is visited thousandsof
pretty to watch the things were forgotten in ,the ardor of occnpation. j although place by
1 be negro fired. from tbe svramp'dunng the from this point all merchant. ships going: in. field names oftl following! candidates: i.rijhe" The harvest bad commenced. .in:California '.. There ,came ',& .word-first to the I his admiring countrymen,,they are looked*
combat, doing no.damage however. The to or coming out puL Midland Sea; then left for settlement for a rein this knows the e. innkeeper, then toJh mercbant'theu'l9 :the .-,- - --- -
issuing from to -
party ittjKboId, to levy a certain contrary.. It 'says ."th., 't oil of the Stite the -, .
forcement. 'The ;inquisition has been bad, I fixed pIt qt f on all merchandize and climate of Texas to be< ry part report. i".J..that.. the e smith,'and.swift .even'to the'wearied reaper : ; MARIE v

tbe'family all arrecled and the negro gone. pawing in and flVlbe, Straits, and. ,this seem nncpngenia grain product will astlyexceed that of 1852. a,sad word, -"Fanny Glean:I.'dead f O evening last, at ilatidaria,'

Young McCoy was:wounded, a hot taking was called, fro Tbe place where it was to the' propagation! of Wh ig" pri cipl i." All' lOrteof, ,field 'crops are :equally, g od. People! asked .. L. Hamilton,Esq:Justice' of thiPeao.Tuox.uBow'naze ,.
not bn .
ttbttln the left side, which struck rib and leif d, "Urifa,"', J'lariff,1'; and in.this 'way WeIhrnkthta ii not altogether the caseas In,'some places the wheat was : many' questions, Mr., a Miss: E' A*a, r'

g1antf, dolof Jilt',' damage.-. McRae' It tri baty acquired"the: word. there w.a great deal..of' good :Whiggery; feet in height, 'with head, 6,} inches over seven they had heavy thoughts.: ,' TheWnerjru[ Pm -Dnral county... .,. 71"<'. .
long; served at the Inn-and i the fire ] ': '
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forge was kept _
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-, Friends of Col. CgARLES A. TIlE COPAnTfliERSIHP her .,,. ?- IJ BI j rI_ ; .

"aooncint him between the ana gt1ecli and"the _, I 'ADV:EM V V
fTCSpt tab leanre style of iJrown ft Uerndo cIs WAHRN TON BALTIMORE PHILADEHIA JGPR ", .:.V' "
**? JCDOK orThtEAsm3 Jt3)I- b7 mutual ,1I1 day diuolTe4 ( XXiuif r-ij-Tr-L t! ,A NEW YOR If ADVEftIISEMENTS.iio & '
f-T ennsent.- The
ai4t. bubiesl or the, &rm 1 l .. General V
PAHNUBI
cIAL'M.&y CmzzRS. portion win be,adjusted apon' hom by John aU indebted Brown. ucep&. email ana_ ; S. GALtAlEE 88,WATER 8T.NEW TORE
are Iy ,
to qnor
requested
and
SisjcT attention
.
call and make immediate prompt *
cULCUJT OUaTJ1P.The ears to close up the boob of the ffietoSrifflBROWN I Late '3d Auditor of: V aH articles of pr.iiae* lm u*, e
the
.WILUAM A.FORWARD delay.jjJ.4wr. _. ;CRARIESTON. Treasury' and all orders promptly.ompli*!wlt

Circuit Court for the Eastern Jndi- & HERNDON. I s hand a weD selected stock Will attend to Claims MfanCcr and theDepartments 'aplZ
.r the Groceries,which he offers at Washington.
: t of Florida will be Toted for by the Caution. from the country carefully He refers V to all reasonable men throughoutthe J. HOLMES, V

ffc ld Circuit to fill the same office which to. V Union who have had business vith him,aad Go.e Comaalwlo flerehant, .
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fP--J.I I&t the election in October next.* ALL certain pet'ODl Dote are forewarned from trading for I .1 I R Crrr V ACCEPTANCE- be relies for success upon his familiarity withrthe 100 WALL Srxirr,Nnr TOXK.
.so' 0 bearer given to J. \V. Bryant,or I routine of bnrineaa.WASHINGTON. .,particular attention to Td*
the JL
been as consideration of said note has notAL I May 10, 1853. WL Live Oak,and n .
M2L _fc complied with. Therefore I shall & 00 Pe Lmb
Dot ,
ir till pal and orders for purcbaa
compelled by laW' Tib'Po &
of LESLIE A. THOMP-
eThe friends WII.1.TA'M Z. HERNDOli. I RETAIL DEALERS IN Z. D. elLMAN, V ng & dec9tfIlcrnaanv

envat vtttaA one of the Associate Justices of July 21. 1853. tkl Jtn O UD J. Meyer. 164 VlllUsstKew at
4pren Court announce him to the voters

tk 'a candidate for CHIEF JCSTI'CE of the PERSONS indebted to George W. Roberts TAEMSH PENNSYLANIA AVENUE Publishes Y.rk

.rnoricJa"the approaching election in October late of Columbia county, deceased. kept WASHINGTON CITY .rilE UNITED STATES ILLUSTRATED
tt are to make PUTTY
aS' undersigned requested; and all immediate persons hiving payment demands to the and of Point found, Inventor ami Sole Proprietor of SAST,No. I. Containing accurate views! tad do

aa'- against said estate are required to them Store, GIEMAN'S V scriptiv articles of the President's

.Tbe Friends of Col. RYRD M. duly proven within the time required present by law. at Charleston, S. C. Instantaneous Liquid Hair-Dye, House in Washington; Niagara
Falls Lake Sara.
of Jacksonville, announce him as a MARY A./ROBER.TS; The oejj Jnitantanl.-nu Oair-Dye, vhieh isptrtiantnt. ; Barhyydfs nw
and the Bunker Hill
PELsoN July 6th 1853. toga,
14-6w Adm'x.Lime V1. Mo
the office of ASSOCIATE J DSTICE of Camphene and Burning "oH fJtHN meat.
fOT
*"ga-rtme 4&te Court cf the State at the approach- of Lamps and Chan- For sale by M. WEST, No., 1, Lake Ithaska (1 olt M V
Lime! same, at the Manufactu PAYNE. sissippi,)Falls of St. .
\
j't'0 300 Bbls Eastern Lime per Brig Rebecca Fire Proof Paint. _t Jacksonville Florida. p. and San Francisco.

Friends of CHARLES H. DU. and Francis, received and for sale GLMAS S Licjtni/IlArR-DTE is the only articlenow cents per number. _
eTbe by A.M. REED. ( need in this aty. Gentlemen who wear Each subscriber to East and West receives s>
of Gadsdea county Florida, announce jlU hikers or Moabichio of a gray or reddish magnificent .lbs Battle of Bunker
,
rorr candidate for "ASSOCIATE JUSTICE" of & Brawley, hue, wishing to atfnd a Ball or Party, can appear afUr plate,as premium. H"
foil a in a suit of Uack, by devoting one additional I
A,Supreme Cocrt ofthe State,at the approach- Fresli Groceries & DEALERS: IN minute to tleir toilet In using the very JIYKU'S. U.VIVKKSC2I.
I IJOS.
,election October uext.jeWe FRESH supplies of Groceries and Provisions, GOOnS celebrated article w ich heads this notice. ToLl
h just received and for sale'by J [Philadelphia Ledger.myl9 !.1,Containing the Views and'Dpt.
authorized to announce the jy 1.1 A. M. REED. ,CUAUL-KSTOaf,S.C. V Columbia Bridge,
r _
ire
Scenery the Baa Juan,Kiearar-
HOB. A. G. SEMSlt.-1, as a candidate for re- mIlE UNDERSIGNED keeps eonstaptly J. H. BRAVTI.ET, Watches, Grid and Silver Ware. gas; Lembur G near Vienna;

decUoo to the office of ASSOCIATE JCSTICE of the Jl hand a full supply of FAMILY GIIOCKHIES JAMES U.ERA WLET, L. II. *ILLER & CO., and y GOt soar ConstantinopU.
AND PROVISIONS, AT, A. s.J. PERRT. .
Coart.a t the next October election. consisting partly WhOLESALE
Seprcne Goshen Butter, Cheese, Lard, Ham, V V WATCH UJEWELRY HOUSE P.ucJ twenty-five tents par number.

J all __ Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Flour P. N a.227 Baltimo)st.,S. E. cor.of Charles, It.I3IPORTERi Each subscriber to volume IL.receives a h
1.Tbe Sugar of all kinds, Coffee, Teas, Soda,Butter & CO. the Maid of SaragossaM a
of the Hon. THOMAS hf torca Pctnr
Friends Sugar and Boston Crackers, Pilot Bread, English and Swiss Watches last unmber. p
DOUGLAS (late Judge of the Eastern Circuit,) Macieral, Herring,Codfish. Syrup Molasses, Jl'CARTER&ALLEN.) ry description, Watch ease milm te .
Makers and Manu icturersof fine Gold
Jewelry. -
Beans Potatoes Tobacco,Sp. Segw SnuJr.ALSO
him as a candidate for the office of We call the of Southern Western JJFIEE=
Bounce a'ttent5)n and --- -V- -
&ssocUTEJt'ITICEorthe Supreme Court, at the : R AND 1 I 1'IIOEIIS' dealers in Watche!.Jewelry and Silver Ware,to LIFE
Fruits Preserves Prunes Sardines A DS1C
Brandy
: our very extensive tock, assuring them that in
election_in October next July 2BWe Cognac Brandy Peach do., Scotch Whiskl'1lonunlt3.hela'"hiske and PmcLney-sts, no article in our line shall we allow any establishment AGENCY. ,

r ,, Holland Gin, Madeira Charleston S. C. to surpass u-i either in quantity, quality or
are authorized to announce Wine, Cherry do., Port do.,Claret do., or low prices. Wl are the only Wholesale Housein Farmers Fire Insurance Company, off
Champagne, Absynthe.ALSO this branch of Lade in Raltimore, and shall
candidate for thetiet title., New York.
BAKER
JUIES }. as a ( assortment of LAW, '
: use every foil mean to induce Southern and Western
of Solicitor for the Eastern Judicial Circsi& Dry Goods, Shoes, Blankets, &e. and MISCELLANEOUS merchant.to t>pen accounts with us. Our CAPITAL $200,000.

of the State of Florida, at the approaching Which I will sell low for cash cr country pro with BLANK BOOKS, terms shall be as liberal and accommodating as GJ. F.WEAVER C.J. RICBAIMOS
duce. T. G. MYERS. be folnd in the United States.
JeetioD in October next. V I 0 Ii E R Y. of every can possibly Psdnt Sotntary,
jy4 We will take great pleasure in showing our
hand and of
-- on goods to South n and Western merchants, Granite Fe Insurance of
fcj-The friends of ISAAC SWART present schr. N. L. Davis and steamer Carolina: I prices. jan6-6m whether they open accounts with us or not. Vtlea. Co-pl
PER .
: Bbls Flour;5 Bbls Mackerel; < L. MILLER & CO., CAPITAL
kisumeua candidate for JUDGE OF P&OEATEf 2 Bbls. Lard 2 Casks feb3- m Importers? of Watches,Baltimore. Po
; 4 Brandy; HOTEL GEO.CCKIIS, Pres't, cx,Sos1Knickerbocker /.
Dan !County at the ensuing election in October 4 Bbls Whiskey, choice brands; D.

next. 4 Bbls Sugar; U Boxes Soap 2 do Codfish; BY MALONE TAYLOR Fire Insorane
4 Kegs Butter; 5 Boxes Ada'ne Candles. BT. T. Co-pal

To the Voter of Dnval County. jy 14 T. G. MYERS. G. Hayne and Pinctney LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS CAPITAL'Vated.1
FIEST WIMEF tELOW NOBLE ST., $15,0.
Circumstances induce me again to announce S. C. PHILADELPHIA CHAS.CKAIIES, Pres't; F. D. MOE, Set'y.
New and
Provision Store.
jKli to yon as a candidate for re-election to the Grocery Very respectiijly solicit consignments -

dee of JUDGE of PEOBATE of your County. Southern Lniaber, Shingles, &c. &o. Insures property against loss or damage ) .
"HE undersigned respectfully informs the citizens Refer to- I fire or lightning,on as rule terms as aD .
Iigriupport is respectfully solicited .JL of Jacksonville and vicinity that he ) MCCALLA, Cashier Camden Bank, N. J.: other solvent comp. receivedand
FELIX LIVINGSTON.MX. has opened a new stock of 10 Merchant. JONATHAN BKOCE, Philadelphia; policies V

FAMILY GROCERIES & PROVISfONS, ? DEALER E.T. RICHARDSON, do A. WILB
EDITOR: Please announce the name of lu the Store formerly occupied by S. N. JL and Liquors. T. E. BCCBJUAI, Jacksonville, Florida. Agent, 129 Congress .
JOHN D. McKINLAY. as a candidate for the AVIL.HAMS, will EAST February 11, l3.*

Ofiee of Tax Assessor and Collector for DnralCwnty where every article necessary for Family Use cane and BAY Cnarter Oak Life Insurance Cop7.

at the election in October next, and > obtained on reasonable terms, and for cash. lor CHARLESTON, S. C. IIATfCIIES ill JEWELRY. IIart ordCt.
I invite a call from purchasers. \V CAPITAL $230,000,with a large nh E
Uigt MANY VOTERS. July 3. B. HOWELL, dorsed by the St.
& CO. IS -
THE SCB3CEIEEE SELLLXa ALL DESC2IPTIO.S
T* the Voter ofDuval County. &0. Retail Dealers in JZ A OF AXE GILL, Pres't; JAS.. C WALELET, Bos'y.
New Butter and Cheese. D., Physician Savannah.
rK. Ea'g f
1.
respectfully announce myself my fellow-cit- Firkins new Delaware Co. Butter; IBBDL SJ Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelryand .

lieu of Dnral County, as a candidate for the 5 5 Boxes new Cheese )CARPET BAGS Silver Ware This company win issue policies o the joint
&etel CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 1 *' Pine Apple Cheese. stock principle, and upon the mutual thus
Just received from New York at retail, at much less than the usual prices. the of both p.
per steamer combining systems
.aid County-pledging myself if elected, to }nefit op
July 7 F. WAVER & CO. VALISES &c., &C., &C. JUIIGEXSEN tion of the .
torhtrge my duties to the best of my abilities. G STREET, Policies will be issued at the lowest rates of
lI'Std I. V. GARNIE. Real Jules Jurgensen Watches received by eve- that can and afford requi
HlllAM SJI1TIFS FLOUR. Charleston' Hotel.
7 arrival,with certificates from him with each premu b adote

j.GEOatIl: STOVE presents his name as g fBbls of this choice Flour A CHARLESTON, s. c. Watch,warranted perfect time-keepers. institution.security t the i.Jud perpetuity to*u..

Ivr Just received by 'COOPKU. WATCHES, Policies Issued for the benefit of a
leudidatefor CLERK OF TILE CIRCUIT
V
July F. WAVER & CO.imi. ARE. Daplex and Levers, in Hunting and Magic Cases woman, on the life of her husband,or m '
COURT Dnral county, at the October election the ,perfect time-keepers. person, will enure to her separate use,Independently -

,at the instance of wreral friends. NO.4 V TENHEHT & Co.. INDEPENDENT SECOND, of her husband and of the claims o h
creditors.
11th. A rWPORTERS OF and Quarter Second, Watches for timing
BYRNE'S BUILDING.To GUXS, PIS horses,in gold and silver cases. SLATES IssuED on r..Wo t

-Theume Captain SAMUEL SOMERS &c., CIIROSO3IETEItS.Splendid C&ur and Australia Risks taken. VV

hereby announced as a candidate for the office Planters and Others.CELLING Hatfne Street. A. .
Guld Pocket Chronometers whichrun
,
.r Tax Assessor and Collector of Dnral county, OFF at PRIME COST.-In order ;' : o c. without any variation. Agent, 129 WILBU .
Cong a. &
it the October election. 9 to close the entire Stock before I go North, sold Y, G.B.TENNENT, my2C-y
I'll sell Goods at cost when bill of Dollars B. EVA_-.. EIGHT DAY WATCHES.
a Fifty
GIATTU.T HILL
June
Z. 183. made. Baftllllah.,1OU&,1" Watches which run eight days.E .
\ or upwards is
EJuly 7. J. M. CLEILAND. AMEL WATCHES, APOTHECARY HALLand
-: are authorized to announce JOHN W.
fur Ladies, some in hunting cases. Tea
PRICE as a candidate for Judge of Probate of Hiram Smith's Flour, Bacon, Pork AmBLER) DIAMOND WATCHES, Depostor.So.

Dival county at the ensuing election in October AND DEALER IN 3, Dr. Byrne New
Goshen Butter &c. for Ladies some in magic cases. Da.t.8
June 23d.re tC a ND'We,E..
TUST RECEIVED from New York- G.STREET, MAGIC WATCHES,
J Twenty Bbls Hiram Smith's Flour; which change into three different watches. MTnere i* kept constantly on hand ft
CJ-We authorized to OSCAR x
CHARLESTON c.
announce s.
Twenty Bbls pure Genesee do AVMtehe which Wind 'Cp T V and well selected assortment of
flIRT as a candidate for Judge of Probate of Mess Pork, Bacon Sides, Goshen Butter,
& Warehouse,
t
Cap DRUGS
and turn the hands without any key. and
Diral County,at the ensuing eviction in October White Lead, and ST., opposite Charles- CHEMICAL
Hit. June 23d.OThe Four llnnered Bushels Corn; The undersigned Fine Gold Lapine Watches,4 holes, just rive by late V
For sale by from bin jeweled, $23 genuine. Ab PERFUMERY, COMBS,
July 7 S. N. WILLIAMS. tantly receiving Fine Gold Detached Levers .. 30 BRUSHS. LAMPS, BURNING
all of the different kinds
Friends of URIAH BOWDEN present :,suitable for the southern Gold enamelled Watches,for the Ladies 33 FLllD. kc& which will !* .ol low fo

his name as a candidate for the office ol NOTICE. to which he invites the Gold English Patent Levers, 35 cash.Country .
Gold English Patent Levers, hunt',cases, 58 orders solicited and punctually attended
SHERIFF OF DUV L COUXTY at the NTO COLORED PERSON will hereafter be desiring goods in his line.
Silver Patent Levers, as low as 16 to. *prescriptions put with
October election. .Lit allowed to travel on any of the boats run- experience in the business,he Levers 14 Physci'. up
Detached care and
ning between Savannah and this port,unless accompanied in prices and quality his _
Jane I, 18 and all 'other styles of Watches, at equally lowprices.
by their master or owner, or having a 4D.A.A lBLE1t SODA WATER AND SYRUPS,
.
ticket to be retained the of .
special by Captain -
the steamers, and to be endorsed if required by t DlD1n s, of my own manuatu their hip o
.
Thousands of Parents Poisoning who com- some well known person. Parties interested will & COHN, Diamond Ear-rings, Pins Bracelets, Finger perfection, lean, to (

pwtd of Castor Oil Calomel use&e.Vermifuge. are not aware please take notice, as this rule wili be strictly en & Dealers of Rings, and Crosses, for sale at much less than ,counter. _____________
the usual
prices.
dot.while they appear to benefit the patient, forced. Dry Goods, TEAS.
they are actually laying the foundation for a sera CLAGhORN & CUNNINGHAM, EAST BAY JEWELRY. Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company.Tea .

of diseases, such as salivation, lost of sight ? S. M. LAFFITEAU, of S. S. Farrar &Bro. AH kinds of GOLD CHAINS. Pure Gold direct importation,and of tufa y.
nakness of limbs, &e. Agents at Savannah.F. WEDDING RINGS, Gold KEY and SEALS, vittles,from| t 1 Ib.in a package,.wat
In another column will be found the 4vetikent WAVER & CO., CHARLESTON, i. c. Gold PENS and PENCILS, Gold and Silver and at etrt'm.lylow prices. -

i of liobensack's Medicines, to which we ask BISHEE & CANOVA, Til BIBLES,BRACELETS,BREAST PINS, DEALERS BT 0
:;' tot attention of all directly interested in their AgenU at Jacksonville.June Spring Goods CUFF FINS, LCCKETS EAR RINGS, i COUNTY WITH nppe

I' ft.and their children's health. In Liver Com- 23, 1S53. jy 7-&n Gold and Silver SPECTACLES,Gold TOOTH Cardan Flower Seeds Plants fcc. '
|UinU and all disorders arising from those of a PICKS,CHARMS,CHATELEINE CHAINS, ,

I Bibon type, yon should make use of the only JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ ESJ:AfID llllOilS &c.V &c.yy T.V 'MCMILLAN.my26y .

FMine Medicine, llobensack Liver Pills. Sliver Ware. .
I 6>De not deceived-but ask for Hobensackjs DRAPER & TAILOR South of the Post Office,
"enn Syrup and Liver Pills, and observe thatch STON. S. C. STEELING SILVER SPOONS CUPS, TOIlS Dr.Robert Elartia,

I ** bas the signature of the proprietor,J. N. JACKSONVILLE E. F. PIE KJilTES NAFCTN RINGS, FECIT :'\ TTTAVING permanently located in

fiOBE SACK,as none else are genuine. JOSEPH V. HER ANDEZ returns thanks -for sale well-selected WEDDING CAEE KNIVES &C. &C. JLJBL respectfully offer service PT

.y2&-y friends and the public generally, for above Goods a Watches and Jewelry exchanged. All Watch- sells of county h generally&, e
the liberal patronage he has received, and hopes, the trade,which will specially be old es warranted to keep good time, or the money various COLU1U.h hopes t
preon
by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance returned. close attention to may him withse.illtomenftasliareofpubliepatronage.
HOLLOW AY'S OiTnrrtT AJTD PILLS,a superior of the same. Having just received a fine I cash or approved paper. Repair. -
invited to
Remedy for Scorbutic Affections and all Diseases assortment of Goods,consisting of blue and black the city are an 7thtfDoct.
If the Skin.-Cutaneous Diseases are in their na- CLOTHS different qualities,black and colored AU kinds of Watches and Clocks cleaned and July -
lire both obnoxious and painful to those afflicted, CASHMERES, LINENS and DRILLS for R. A. PRINGLE repaired in the best manner, at much less than Josiah

awing great anxiety of mind heaviness,wean- pants, VESTINGS different patterns TRIM- .South of the Pwt Office, the usual prices. -shurt
"dejection of spirits. To effect a cure of INGS, Jte.,tc. direct from the North, he is pre- P Charleston S C. Goods sent by express or mail to all parts of WILL keep constantly hand M.dicf..
IMH dreadful maladies Ointwt his the United the oar of all Cbronio Diaeasat."K*
DIe Holloway's pared to execute all work entrusted to care States.GEO.
and Pills. The latter is the finest purifier with despatch, and in a workmanlike manner. ALIEN! charge made for examinations and ptl
tf&be blood ever discoreredr there is nothing He invites all to give him a call,on Newnan st., L TUNNO, Importer of Watches aNd Jevelfy and what U of-mpoT n e .

eq.aI.0 thepintment for allaying the irritation 2d door from Dr. Byrne's new building.amuiDg Merchant Wholesale and Retail, be made Among for his Medicines*, as ,will art be found any. V
"the pat affected. By a steady perseverance the public that his prices shall be moderate;and price.
floor ,
ia 'o. u Wall it.,3d ,near Broadway Compound Tonic Pills;
the use of these remedies,the most aggravated all garments warranted to fit. Produce,) NEW YORK. Antiiebril Antibilions Pills
"Kates of the skin may be cured,and the patient N. B. Cutting and repairing at the shortest June 16-, or ;
WI1ARF Pile Ointment
nstoredto sound health! 5 notice. Feb. 10-y ,- _
1, DOLLNER & POTTER. Gonorrhea!and other Mutare-f 10 rorr.Ufarfailurea ,
-
S. C
1 ;no Balsams or usual remedka.An
&:>An.ther Scientific Wonder-IKPOIltur TEN THOUSAND ACRES of LAUD General Commission merchants, Medicine infallible.

TO Vrenmc .-Dr. J. S. IlOUfJUfox's Including a = 154 Front Street Corner Maiden- Lane Dropsical Medicine*-core*warranted.Addreu
PEPSIN; the true Dire Flid'or Vp Stairs Hew York, all communications to Joaiah Ashnnt ,
I "We Juice, prepared from RunT, or the Valuable Plantation, with Exten- WILL attend promptly to all business entrustedto ,_Jacksonville, East Florida postage paid
ittlTB STOMACH or THE Ox after directions of sive Improvements hereby forbid trespassing on their care.. Particular attention given to the or please call and examine certificaUt,and M referred
fVon LLEBEG the treat physiological Chem thet.. John' river, two sale of Cotton,Lumber Timberand Turpentine; to gentlemen. Marsh 17-tf
K by J. S. HOUGHTON M. D- PhOadelpua. WELL known as the residence of the late rides of,the river, between also to the purchase of goods.
This is truly a wonderful remedy for IN- .J. H.MclRTOSH and JUount Tucker, and on Liberal advancements made on consignments. Clroalt Court Kaatcr-i Clrcvlt of JI'1ed-

JIG EST JON. D DYSPEPSIA Only Fifteen JUiletfrom Jacksonville directly noctbgbd of Lake George ; f3-ebmaryl9.1832.-ly. jSpiritualist's V da, Days Com tjr. .

UVER COMPLAINT CONSTIPATION upon the St. John' river. trJVpasaer* to the full ex Samuel Bryant, ) ,
114 DEBILITY curing after NATURE'S oWN Library.' I
5 Dby KATTKE'B own taEi ,the GASTRIC The subscriber has been appointed Agent for .1 M. HERNANDEZ. Joseph.Baker, Sarah R VtaCoaary

JWc. Pamphlets, containing Scientific evi the Administrators, and will show the premises the .. 1.t.Sfe-.,**'CARTRIDGE fc .BRITTAN.I Baker, his wife, Calvin I
be V "
ties of its value,furnished by Agents gratis. to anyone wishing to purchase. I < % New York Bryan and others. JF
**.-M the advertisement. cp 2-ly Also the Equipments of a Sugar House,embracing are tice. f: a complete as-ortment of Books and having been made to appear by affidavit thai
the connected with devoted the facts, ,
Periodicals philosophy
necessary apparatus i
= Joseph S.Baker and Sarah B .his wife,tw* _
shall to the will V
Sugar ilaking. date I apply and advocacy of Spiritualism, which they
: of the defendants in this reside beyond Ute
bone Also of Machines and Tools used Probate for Duval county ,and on the most favorable cause,
Boot astonishing results a quantity supply in any quantity
are being i limit of this State and in the State of Georgia
trd by the me of GILMAN'S HAIR in raising and preparing Cotton, with Iron Geared and discharge as joint Ad- terms. We refer to the Spiritual Telegraph for On motion of K,Dorman,Solicitor for eomplaia-

1 .- _. II doing what has never ben done be- Horse Power,in complete order. estate of,Obadiah Cougar I a list of our Books,prices,rate of postage., AM. ant,it iI ordered that notice be given iaaom* r .
is
Land will be to suit deceased SPIRITUAL .TELEGRAPH a
w- The parcelled purchasers. THE
nfing Gentlemen' Hair, Whiskers or i newspaper published in this circuit,requiring th*
-.at h. from red white or rrisky grey,to a Terms liberal.J..E. GEO. C. FLEMING. weekly paper, devoted to the Elucidation of nidJoMphS. Baker and Sarah tUhi. wiJe" ,
contains record of
JS fcatJETBL0* or beautiful,brown M re- JOHNSON Spiritual ,and a appear and answer the,aid eomplaiaanf bill, .
-z!_7"lV.1w .1&0ISt""Nt. Agent for Administrators. .u k I n g 'EatablJlJuaeat.1 the most interesting facts,&0 A very interesting the within four month;eUftrwiie laid bin shall b*. .f- .
L,. Jacksonville.June 11853. 2tf discussion of the facts and, philosophy'of -
GILMAN Sole -
Wa-
Proprietor, city of of taken pro eonfeao aiBrt_ them,and that .
publication,
l course
Manifestations, now
isgton. For sale Druggists and Haireverywhere. JackaonvilleTrith.; i i 3.B. Brittan. order b published a* afnftniitaniaeeutiTelyfOTfonrnonth -
I between Dr. B. _c .
W.Rchmodand '
O. WALKER. Hair Dreuer ,
-- V JAMES Performer, respectfully returns his DREAD, All the back mb.c b lied. copiessent ,Subscription -W.A. FOR WAKTl JFudje,Jt*."-

thanks to the citizens of Jacksonville for their, ble JLNDCA&B. ONLY p.$ per V a1.. Jaeksonville.2Sth Mirth 1S3V"ZI-hra I
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No. 4 NO.4. liberal patronage to him since he has been,in'. I on BaT-ttreet, 2 door Te increasing inter.- and,rapid oc Court rPjr btea,.t OUUKken V V V

business. ..ofWm Alsop (at of demand and ser ilARCH ..
XRNERoJ' BYRNE'S BUILDING. He desires to inform the public that be U atm ti where can be had at all present times ft, th Telegp (Volume II, to eommenoeia ,State of Florida
always to b e found at his Shop,near Mr. HowelTiNew 8 and).JJ.BTRY of erery de- be greatly Hemando County V B.b' ,
JjU B leewitiioiit Store where be will be at all times ready to V *, after'.which the price will be Two e John A.Snttoo and T.Mayo,Ex-
COSt.
? regard to perform all duties in his line with promptness and country will bet V 'i&convenient V THU& : .Volume 11,la being issued oa the W.Law, de.- _.
|R&rf eriber win dole the balance of the In a- spirit of accommodation VARTICLNS *with these articles,fresh at Monthly,and is devoted to mental and Spiritual ceued.,.Martha C.Law,and ether -' V V V
Wftbot"?*1 to colt in loU to thor 70&SAU.-Walker's Hair Restorative Cunllie regularly supplied Scienee. It contains facto To Sir Martha C.,Law, widow of,Peter VT. ,
"4 of }y!Dofl&yi more. w1 Planters or Vegetable Hair Composition. ; Sharing of .' V : profound expositions Jnprt laws U Law,late of aaid-eoanty, d.eeaMd, aad to all,
1hsieslatoTs, who woald do well to avail Soaps Pomatum toRAZOKZ -lhed cal' at au which they depend. E contains at other .concerned to whom' lkat1lftlllJib"abaU
V
irar.a chaace immediately, 11 warranted to be unsurpassed.To withpromptotUfl4: en least 43 page of matt.iron the ablest come greeting. V .
-Iu 0 IOOQ aDd certify'that the Hair Restorative U warranted V cntbt and is ebUh a portrait, New know ye, that you art hereby-.acI-
ne ortL. to be all that is claimed for it,then are efexpncdng thank I some or Reformer ed to beaM ,appear.before tkiscoartnths 'V.
&oek reGDIiIt,of e'\'fJf'1 several gentlemen in the tows whojut wining-to of .of eneooragament which Terms,$3 per .Bh' V 21st day of May next to e* fttect or demur.a*. <
Groeer, 1lardware.yz endorse it,after having fall,tested it. .:and."while) respectfully The first volume.of ihe Shekinah I the cafe may be the proving eat of the last wffl

1' A1ao FiDe WI551 and Llquon. 47" of the same feel warranted printed bn 1.,intrinsic eg and testament .f Peter W..., a* :B. aepatirery .
01 LY. bread which 1 offer-qualities artistic'a, a 1 t a place b tvwy made by.him,::th* a-d. .Law.la fak UttTiUnett. : .

17fl: ). M. 'CLElLAND.J TO STOCK-RAJSEBS. in .tablepare essential;which V andwholeiome.go**make |3: SJlflWOOOOOV:&gilt,, .vader my'haad and pVIP1R4'theT* ,

ii --hereby jrirea ;ttat. .irpkndid the beat Sour, whiob.'with :A discount made to the Trade: Address. being BO. eealofofioe, this l*h day of Mars -
NOTICE D, "Donftnixott,! just imported in the art ofBaklng i Justifies V l PARTRIDGE t BRITTAN., V A..D.1& V V V. J. ANIGHT (JL, .

.tIn. t.o" ueeuted bom'Montreal,Canada wffl tand ia this county teaaen Good Bread kHENB.Y .SCourUandt .New Yo 1111132n1dp Probate,. Bernando co'Flev1. .
.If omo..4 tU orden Ia for OM month from Wl4ar.GYl"YlI'-V V ; OOl'4 ml: -1'.-
fthnd;b 8D1 te4. JiOy XfrSt CEO. F. 89..

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.. i Wondefl
Wharf' VNG Scientific S this T hands of many: No part of the"system is dfele
;Fitzsiramons pWtttt more
: No. 79 East nay, opposite ( 1 OREAT CORE FjOR.: % 4 j3Lwho are advertliemeats than Ue tlrer, it being '. -
in newspapers,, and thaN relating blood and Bemviad, '

CHARLESTON. S. C., : : to & ,also,- .lcal those who a have duty not toinforaf I. blood "esl e flowing through a I to MaiT* "T*
and

Importers and Domestic and :Wl Liouorf, !tt' -l\te-D'altrl', Wines.Foreigrt Cordials.i ,I Lox, s ,&V.h bxs t pip., dozen quarter el ta '1 --I M IYSPEPSIt 8< already and. o1mto pn. fact that from the Mexican their on Mustang experience t I body,o,Pouc.
Jamaica Lime J do do do.
nic Liniment and the xPtA1ria4pndea
Separs, Tobacco\ ,'&c., and Manufacturersof Sardines, in and quarter boxes. I Ia. try offered iCrc& : With : .
Lemon Syrtii| of superior quality. Lblters Mackerel, Salmon and Clams, i I I bst rheumts eer stiffness or soreness in the a receeededbyfeV.pains IJm.'TonSnV'

Kerv eon rwon hand .n txteniirt supply of eln ,. of Joint neuraga. For' cuts, braises, taste,yellow furred pulse fufl aaTlLi
the fntlfttfiiif aittrtcs, ichtch they art prepared East India Preserved Ginger, i boxes of 9 'j bun scalds, sore nipples,caked breasts, ke., lag,the eain i the &Ie.I .
to sell ta City and Country Met chants on their' ars each. excellence, and we bsveprovedIt should the eu"
"l1U11librrallrrm.: French Cherries i Brandy,'in boxes of 1 dox. to be.certain remedy for the piles. We can, rally In the left lob b wit-, th B'

each. N therefore confidently it, and advise the M becoming a saltovt Ion""
COGNAC BaUDY.-J. J. Dupuv, J. J. Rousse, of
Pinet. Castilloo & Co., J. llcane!y, P. II. Go- assorted.Fruits In. Brandy, in boxes. of 1 osen'eAh., Ii every reader to try it, reelig.certainty of giving stools cly-lr..This din .

dard & Co.. Legcr Frere, OUrd, Dupuy & Co., Do do in their own juice, do de. satisfaction by r.lef. by the u .IU
J. & F. Mattel, and other choice brands in Pie Frnits do do. NEW YORK, July31, 1852. as they act directly. upon'the seat of IK *

half' [*!, quarter and eighth sand boxes Stuart's and Lovering Steam Refined ou- 'a .! o We hereby- certify that we have used the compound .' and then peraUn.irpoii the "we .tie .
of 1 dot. each.AFRICAN known the the corrupt and vitiated matter front I
c. as a i
gars. Mnstanjj Lniment.adhaYno ,
BBAXDT-1th proof in imitation of Do Loaf, in boise and half boxes of 16 loaves the heaviest hesitation in a a t.1.
French.in halt pir- quarter and eighth casks. I richest thickest
tide we have ever used for the cure of sprains, DYSPEPSIA.
TIlE TRUEDIGESTIVE .
Do do li-t i proof: in larrels.HOUJI i each.Do Crushed, in barls. .'j!' and most permanent lather of any Shav- galls, cuts, bruises&o., on horses. The of

:P Leaf(iix-Brands.V'ni Pinc Aj'jJe. Anchor, Cologneand i Do Ground or Pulverized in barrel*, ing Soap now i use.LEONARD'S FLUID All who doubt thi- will please call on the undersigned diseases symptoms, are dizziness DP.&lit Uf.. .
Clover Do Steam Refined Candy, in boxes 45 Ibs. and be happy to afford "
\ !KBT-Irish and Fcotch.Do a pression ar eating meal lurei arisUirV
each. other information in their as regards
JUICE power
OR GASTRIC II the &c., li
Monongnhela If t and 2d quality. Almonds best Bordeaux and 'arseies. soft FLAVORING EXTRACTS efficacy, &e. LUTZ'DALL ft Co. ad general .

Do O'lara.litubur Bourbon. Sheaf Rye and and bard .hel. namely, Lemon, Rose, Prepared from'RKISET: : or the fourth STOMACH Proprietors Manhattan Stage C. otthewholebody.the disease owes its origin Emthhalswh to dlsomn!,* ?,
Vania *
of
boxes
Castile of in LIEBIG
superior quality, op THE ox, after of Baron ,
Do l1a.1timore.Vetcrn Rye and New Peach for directons Extract from a letter dated of the L1vevandSomaeh.LIVER HO
Orange ,
about each. Pnddgs the J
Orleans rectified. 21bs., '" No.1. Pies, Custards, Creams, Ices, ., ar' ton,great M I)., Chemst, ,.by 8.1onlk- SACRAMESTO CIT Cat, Aug. 15, 1832. PILL I .Tr ES

'Hew-Old Jamaica-St. Croix New.Orleans Corks Velve Wine, i bales and bags of 7gross very choice, and exceedingly convenient.Housekeepers This is a truly w"nderf.1 remedy for Indigession : I believe the Mustang Liniment most an excellent ing the certain morbid actions the at 1 _

and PEACH New BRANDT Cngland.-Old North Carolina and v irgiiiia. j should never be without Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint, Constipation 1'I article. .My wife-brough couple of bottles a healthy action, and rendering the. I
Do, common Botte. bugs 7 grs. them. Those who delight in the delicious and Dbity.. curing .after Natu.e's with her which I mue you for. To b a
13uJlDT-Sew North Caro Do Jug and hi" of own method, } Naturo.s own agent Since she came here my horse fell down with Fe.ae.
and
APPLE Jersey 4 and 5 flavor and exquisite perfume considerably, but broke no You will
Do Velvet Dmijohn. gross trio Juice. me, and injured me find these invaluable
lina.COBPIALS Perfect Annisett Vinegar \Vhit in.quarter casks. Fruits and Flowers, will fni in these. C3-Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin infused. ia bones. I had recourse to the Liniment, and the in many complaints &p yon soki me&: .
-Noycau kLove a
Cinnamon and Do, Cider or Apple ia barrels. Flavoring Extracts all they can water, will digest or dissolve Five of roast relief, in fact the cure, was astonishing. obstructions, either .tota or they k>.
Rose Peppermint.ViES
-A large assortment of Rio Hondo, pun. (Signed) D. r. been found of prl
\ Madeira Newton, Gordon,Cossart & SEG.\J desire.LEONARD'S. in about two hor.,out of RA.SO
I Consolacion, F'ilantropaVashi ngton, and other cit Extract from letter datedP'STBUG the blood
purifying and
other
is the great element or great Digestive 4nld>rarc'
in awl ciuks.
Co., Lea ock and Jurdine J j
Port, Page's Key aud other c .oiee..ra.nd3.! choice brands, of direct importation. Also Flo- I LEMON SYRUP, being principle of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent of the Pa., Oct. 5, 1832. all complaints which may arise (

Sherry, paic, JaffUonlon at Uo., lieuuau andother ridU.Havana Cheroots and Cuba' .Sixes. made from FRUIT instead of .from Acids- Food, the Purfi11. Preserving and Stimulating Another cirncmstance which I noticed in Ohio gularities, I.heaahe. dimness of sight. I

choice brands.Do Tl1BACoP.lb. Robnon's celebrated half boxes Honey of 100 I as are all the ordinarykinds, is not only Agent and'ntesties. It isextracted a few days ago 1 thought spoke highly of the in the and side effectual, Te pin ar the,
| plugs
Dw. but also healthful from the Digestive Ox, lanstang. ofa Ire folW
do Brown do do. far moro pleasant, more virtues of the being in the office e r
Do Teneriffe V'entoso's London Particular and i Do each.i Rough and Ready in kegs of about 100 and wholesome, and maks the most thus forming A: ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE FLUID physician of high standing, I noticed a he complaint Gout Ne"oue. Melaoeg rf
like tho natural Gastrio Juice in its ,
Cargo do. of precisely opened the door of his bok-cae, several bottles Sik Heahe. RheQm.ti. **
Do Sicily Madeira casks. bs; each. agreeable summer chemical powers, and furnishing a complete aad of side of which tuig Dems. Dimness i fW
quarter Do Wor 's Premium Icbacco, in 5.'s S'8. and Mustang, along was an empty that o Sight o i
Do Malaga dry and sweet in 4 and } casks. LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Those; desirous perfect tubftitutefor it. By the aid of this preparation Mustang btte.and a-two ounce presceiption vial any Dia. afe& .
jib. the Liver of the Blood e
LONDON PORTER-HYM:5' qnnrts and pints. Do El Dorado, in boxes 40 to 4* Ibs. each of using Mustard that is not half the pains and evils of Indigestion and filled Mustang Liiment. on which was of the Bowels., ,or o .
Scotch East India .-\Ie. It Dyspepsia are removed,just as they would be bya well
and the
ljj> quarts pints the following
in 8's and and wish it throat
of other
And a variety brands 5's. rice-flour perfectly
CHAMPAGNE Cmm Boxes,one dozen each. PURE healthy Stomach. I is doing wonders for Dyspeptics night and morning with the Liniment, wrapa Medical Evidence.
Do Casks three and fix dozen each. 4 lb. plugs.Smoking should try Leonard's Pure curing cases debility, emaciation, nervous UNU. '
do Tobacco, in boxes of 5 and 3 dozen Mustard woolen cloth around it. J. P. FLE We the physicians 'navlnr
WINE BITTERS Boxes, one dozen each, and on. 4 and 8 ox. they will enjoy an article ver diferent decline, and dyspeptic Consumption supposed B.II.:Ieekings.l8 Walutstrce.Cincinnati the receipt uderged. nbmiU b

draught. Wine EoUlas paper.Freneh and German Patent in from what i usually called Mutard. to be on the derge of the grave. Te.See- was confned ad of a for inspection, say that the I
Cordials. assorted, (l do. hampers, one gross 'ach.Fla entitle evidenced on which it is based this physician six week.with neurlga. of the they are composed makes them the best -h

Claret Wine, do do. ks-Quarts. pint and half pints.Demijohn's highest degree curious and remarkable. whole of his rgh ; his use for all diseases of the Liver impurities W Oa>
Madeira do do. sufferings and the only cessation Blood &c. GEORGE WOOD
-1, 2, and 5 galoni. SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. idesribable. M.D.
Port do (10. Candles-Sperm Pearl and Bardotte's Tasteless from the agoniing pain, was while F.CROWLEYMD.!
Sherry do do. Pickles end Sauces. Baron LIEBEO in his celebrated work on Animal under the influence of opinm or morphine. His 1. BOWEN,M. D.
Champagne, in basket,one dozen each, quarts TkAS-Hyson, Imperial and Blnck. Chemistry, says: .An Artificial Digestive doctor finally advised bin. to try the Mustang Purchase but those
and pints-Flag, Ileidscick, Bouche Calhon jan 6-ly WORM SUGAR DROPSThey Fluid analagous to tho Gastric Juice. may be Liniment; he did so, and in tw day wasable to tare -of "J. N.none HOBENSACK having" Ui lp
and other bra uJ as
reaJily prepared from the raucous membrane of go about his business, perfectly
The above comprise some of the finoat Wines thc 'Stomach of the Ox, in which various articlesof a worthless imitations.
A VOICE PROM THE SOnTII.
.
imported. food, meat and Eggs will be softened Agents wishing new supplies, and aH oUen
.
__. ____ a The Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used become
to Agents, must address
L--- -------- -" ; changed and digested,just in the same manneras wishing the proprietor
STATE .. For Sale. I they would be in the human stomach." in my famiy. and on my plantation for a great J. N. HOBENSACK, at his Laboratorv
OFJTLORIDA.PEOPO Dr. COMBE in his valuable writings on the variety diseaes requiring an external aplea No. 130 North Second street, above Race,.PIUL.ADELPIIIA. .
tion, and has never failed to give .
.
Physiology of observes that .a re
KD AMENDMENTS TilE CONSTITUTION Valuable and Cotton Digeston. lief and effect cure. I have cured
a permanent
SUg'II the of Gastric Juice
quantity Sold all Merchants
OF SAID ST.TE.Adoltd diminution several cases of rheumatism that bad resisted the by Dggi and h tie
is prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia United States.
the lstn General Land in Florida. a myS-y
by Assembly. ;' and he states that "a distinguished skill of our best physicians. It has cured ringworms
J. [No. 1.] THE undersigned offers the following Val tWor of medicine in London, who was pro by a single application; cbillblains in a
AN ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and Property for sale, viz : afflicted with this complaint finding every severely thing few days; toothache immedatly frost bites, Healh for the States!!!!

Twenty.Third.uuses of the Third Article. His SUGAll'JA I 1ATION. known a St. else to fail, had recourse to the Gastric Juice, obtained cuts sores and corns, aJP ; nervous -
and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of) tituated St. Johns county, at the from the stomachs of living animalswhich headache cured entirely. fact, I have
the Fifth Article of tho Constitution of this bead of Matanzas River in Graham Swamp, proved used it for almost everything and it has always

Mate.She. ''containing 1300 acres, of which about bOO are of Dr. rompetelY'UtfUfu.the famous works on cured. I consider. it the best medicine I have

1. Be ittnnrttdbii the Senate and 11ltw rich loam based on marl ; 500 are well cleared, contain no calomel or in I Vegetable Diet," :' .It is a remarkablefact ever. used. WM. JOHNSON,
if Itrprcc>itfiliret nf the State f florida in General thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation mercury I in that says the stomachs of animals Proprietor of the Marshall House.
.Amll'!y conrenrd, 1 hILt the fourteenth ; about 53 acres of well re-supplied and any form, or any deleterious ingredient lhYEiolog. impart to the fluid the SAVAXXAH, June 21, 1852
Clause oUll" third Article of the Constitution of plant cane. Centrally located on the plantation I I whatever, and are at once attractive to erty of dissolving various:articles of food, proP
A. K. Moore,Esq., one of the editors and

this state be so altered jud amended as to realil is a superior Steam Engine, with Sugar mill and the eye, pleasant to the taltf and eure eOccting a kind of artificial fligestion of them in of the .Savannah (Ga.) proprietors
ai follows\iz: "1'hereahalt be a Secretary oli: complete Sugar works capable of nianufacturinglOto in their operation. Children eat them no wise different from the natural digestive pro- that of the 20th Republcan.Y
Mate elected by the qualified voters of this State 13 hhds per day, and saw mill attached and cess." in paper 181, says: \ '
running two single saws. Also, finely situatedon with great avidity pleasure. I Our personal experience enables us recommend -
0:1 the Sift .Monday iu October in the year 1S56. 03-Call on the Agent, and got a descriptive
the Mexican Liniment the
who fchall continue in office during i tho term of t pine land and commanding a view of the whole gratis, a large amount of scien Mustang t -.#
crcular. giving with have felt
four year; and he shall keep a fair register of the plantation, a comfortable two story and attic I, UTICA, Dec. 2, 1852.GentTe tfio ,similar to the above; together with effects public confdence. as ankle we which goot
reeeivec
official acts aud proceedings of the Governor and flame dwelling house containing ten rooms, and upon
calls and reports of remarkable cures, from all of the
shall when required,lay the same,and all papers.I necessary out buildings. The works and buildings frequent favor United States. pa. great benefit from one application, and h.b\n HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
minute and voueheis relative thereto before the are all in complete order for immediateoccupation. reports we get of the use of BAR. cured by occasionally using it for a week. -

teneralt'.emLI.r., and shall perform such othe Also a fine stock of several hundred DOTTE'S WORM SUGAR DROPS, reminds me AS.A DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. Mr.J. F.Mirphy, of the firm of Murphy, Gal

duties as may be required of him by law : Pro- head ofinixedlurhams, and common breeds of ?f the promise I recently made send Iloughtoi Pepsin has produced the most t Co of this city says that by the use EXTRAORDINARY. CUBE OT 15 OJ HEALTH,
tided That the term of office o{the Secretary of cattle, and a stock of about 0 ful.brtcJ West some taken by us.t manellous effects, in curing Diseases of Debility, Mustang Liniment he has received more benefit DISORDERED STOMACH, I5DIGESTIOS 3D.
Mate to lie elected under this amended Constitution India Sheep which will be wih tho plantation you certifcate Here. Emaciation, Nervous Delne.and Dyspeptic Con- than from any other remedy be has used, and DETERMINATION Of THE BLOOD THZ
halL not commence until the term of office if desired, or separately. with you copies of two, Martin sumption. It is give the details of now feels better than he has for the last six years.. HEAD. T
of the officer uoiv elected shall expire. ALSO Huber'a and William Statn's both cases in the limits of this advertisement; but anthenLicatd Facts speak for themselves, comment are unnecessary -

:t(-. 2..lie i itfurthcrcssui-lrd Thathe twenty The tract known as ":t. Ann" containing honest and reliable men, hating certificates have been given of moreIhantwo'hsndred ,-Dalton Times Ccrru.ofa Letter from Mr. John Uayatf
third Clause thud $ -u75 acres, mostly of high heavy hammock and me nearly twenty years. remarkable cures, in PhiladelphiaNew Rheumatism.-This is to certify that my wife :Erw.wt; near JUerionethihirt.
tion of this :tote bo so altered,and amended a'- prairie having a rich soil frU thee to fix feetin ben kow farmer called and thesecond York and Boston 'alone. These were was afflicted with severe chronic rheumatism. Harec
to rend as : A State Treasurer and depth based on got nearly aff desperate cases, and the cures were not She had suffered for months with the meat cxcruciating To Professor HOLLWAY:
fulovt'iz AI.unts shall b
4::. the qa.iliQcd electors of this fc't.it eon the first The two tract known respectively as "Mala istered with very fnvorbe results, some It ff a' aut nen.ou' antidote, and particularlyuseful relef:5. and almost everything recommended informing yo that for a very long pro 1 f
Monday in October in the year "ISoG, and even Compra" Vesta,"' adjoining each two or three to a daughter for tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver dsea. None of them afflicted a dangerous giddiness
ftvn- vf-nrg Ih.rf.nrr. 'jther. and being at the bead and on the Eat of his, thirteen old. In this case, Complaint Fever and or badly treated relieved her pains in the used one fifty swimmings in the he d, attnd by loss of appetite '
years Age.
fM-: 3. lie tt further enacted That the thirteeutli -iidc (f Matancaa H i\er. and containing in nil the know Fet'erand Ague and ct'i effects Quinine, cent bottle of Mustang Lienl. and it cured disordered .tomh. ad generally impaired .
Hid not that the child
CLttueoitbc fifth Article of the Constitution 1175 acres. Tho Southern half of Mali Coinpra, parent Mercury, and other Drugs upon the Digestive organs her entirely. well, and recommended health Every means had failed to fire
ofllm.Mate be no altered and amended a- which i of heavy hammock, and St. Ann, lie worms but she immediately recovered after a long sickness. Also, for excess in all of her friends to u the Mustang 'me any permanent rlef.and at length it becameso
to read as follows, viz I The Clerk of the Supreme immediately contiguous to St. Josephs, nnd eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. I'' Liniment JAS. L. OLIVER' alarming that I > really afraid of going'
Court aud the Clerk of the Courts of Chancery:night be conveniently cultivated with it, thus Truly and respectfully yours, almost reconciles Health with Intemperance.OR. Savannah, Jan. about without an attendant. In this melancholycondition
shall be elected by the qualified electors of thi forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards WILLIAM BRISTOL I waited personally upon Mr.Hughes,
Statc on the first Monday in October the yeai of 2000 acres. The balance of these two J. G. HOUCHTOPJ'S A: ECHO FROM THE WEST. Chemist, Harlech, for the pur of consulting'
185, und every four years thereafter, and the tracts is of Live Oak hammock based on closely Mrs. B., of St Louis, was nursing a young him .to what 1 had d. He kindly recommended -
Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected b, concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture UTICA, June 10, 1852. child, one nipple became very sore,and the bread your Pills. I withoat d
the qualiCcd elector", in such manne a is now and of the first quality fur Sea Maud Cotton I certify that I purchased of Messrs. inflamed and caked hard. A few applications ol lay, and after taking them for a sho timeam ,

or may heicallcrhe prescribed by law. and Tobacco be easily brought WM. BRISTOL & Co., day before yesterday : the Mustang Liniment healed the nippe. removed happy to bear testimony to wonder
SKC. 4. Be it further enarted. That the fix- under cultivation, hating been in years passedcultivateal the hardness and the efficacy. I am now restored to pret helt
box of Bardotte's
a Vermifuge Sugar breast and she had no farther trouble with it. and enabled to resume usual
teecth Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution in Cotton of which the ) was PPS my 0 a
of this State be, and the same is hereby si frequently one bale ginned cotton to'i(1 at're. Drop for a child of mine, four and&hal Numerous cases orhi description have come to at liberty t publish this letter i any way JOB

altered and amended as to read as follows, via : here is on the place a large number of sweet whom I supposed troubled our knowlege. is always effectual. may think proper.I .
There shall be an Attorney General for the Mate range Cg, lemon and peach worms. I had to get Vermifuge' Mr. of St. Louis, had a very severe am, sir, your obedient servant ,
pmegranate.
who shall reside ut the seat of Government ; ii; rees, and tour orange grove all down her ted but could not do t :' attack inflammatory rbeumati in her shoulders (Signed JOHN LLOYD-..
shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the of which with proper attention, con be easily it without ties .. 'i'I arms, and back. Afr. suffering the most June
General Assembly and upon the jiasage of anj restored to their once promising condition.All nose, and she excruciating pains for days without obtaining MIRACCLOCS OF DROPST.
act, to draft and submit to tLc General Assembly.at of tho above tracts are situated betweenone would vomit all up again. But after any relief from her physicians she was CURl
the same Fet ion. all necessary forms of pro or two miles from the ocean, of healthy she got the taste of the SUGAR DROPS she induced to try the Mustang Two fifty Extract of a Letter from Edward RovJey,.

ceediiis under eiii-h laws which when approved. locaton. and in convenient communication with cried for more. Yesterday ay cent bottles effected .perfect cure. Esq., of India J Tobago, dated
k
shall bo published therwib. and be shall per.f of St. Agu tine being about thirty we gave her the contents of the box, and -'- I' The Mustang. Liniment is put up in 2 5 8th, 1852. .pi
rw such other a may bo proscribed by miles to tbe South, by laud, and about the same it Is sold by nearly all the Dealers i fine Drugs and and$1 bottles. The flOe bottles contain To Professor HOLLOWATI
law; he.bal be elected by the qualified elector? liatance by water, by the Matanzas Uivcr. to-day brought away FOURTEEN poplar medicines throughout United States. as three of the 2c bottles. The $1 bottles con DEAR SIR: 1 deem a duty I owe to and
of thi t the first LARGE WORMS! some of them a foot It tain much eight of the 25c bottles. The i yon
: on Monday of October, il ALSO, I prepared in powder and in fluid form, and in a a $1 the large of
the I ItoG : bottles bold one l'ublc at ifor you most-
they are
and cheapest.A.
year every four years tbtreaneo The tract known "New Hope," lying 16 long. prescription phials for the use of physicians. pint ,
..but may be removed by the on iul- a :MARTIN HUBER Private Circulars for the G. BRAGG & Co., sole proprietors of t&e recovery. thadu
GI\cfor. miles by water North of St. Augustine and be use physicians may I DROPST,and which, by,
dress two-third of the two Homes of the Gen, tween the North river and Guuna creek, both East of the Basin,Broad-st., be obtained of D. Ilongbton or his Agents, de Mexican Mustang Liniment, Principal offices, your invaluable.Pills.uder I was tapped eKe
eral Big a. S04 N. V.
Assembly, and hall receive for his servicera navagable for large boats. It contains 575 acres Ui scribing the process of preparation and giving Broadway ,and corner Third and Mar- witnin eight months, and skilfully treated by two
compensation to be tied law ket streets St. Louis Mo.
by : Proridcd. of hammock tho authorities which the claims ,
and pine and i well upon of this
situated medical but could not cured,
,
lmc. practioners get
tho term of office of the Attorney General UTICA, NOT. 16, 1852. OLIVER T. BRAGG u
1'hn
anal for new remedy are basedAs is ,
adapted cotton and stock i NOT A SECBCTUEMCDY til I had and notwithstanding -
ea recourse your remedy
elected under thin amended Constitution raising. Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & Co.. no objection can raised against its General Agent for the Sutb. t
all I this
0 shall not commence the term cf uffice of the Gentlemen little Broadway, underone. mrO
.officer unt ALSO, ,-My daughter, aged use by physicians in respectable standing and regular 3 medicine cured me of
now elected !expire. 9300 acres unimproved landat' Salt 7 had been for practice. Price ONE DOLLAR PER ct .
three
SEC. 5. lie it further That said elections Spring, years ailing or four D. McCUEN BLOPDGOOD & BOUSE, (Signed) EDWARD ROWLEY.
7 entitled .it the north end of Lake George'on the t..ohnl and fearing that she might be EOrl'LE.f.ODSERVE A. M.REED KE1L are
shall conducted and the returns thereof months MORRIS appointed '
INFALLIBLE CURE OF A STOMACH
riverimmediately west of
Drajton Island. T///.V.-Ersry bottle of the Agents for the celebrated Mexican COXLI1WTH
made in the about I
week
worms a
cri ,
manner now d. which ago
Ire or The track embraces "Salt toubled wt HEAD: .
Spring" and "saltspring the written Liniment INDIGESTION AND IDLEST .
in
Jacksonville.
signature of ,
Mustang Also
for salt .
hereafter be Jaw for the box .
may prescribed by election store a of BAR
creek which nearly equally divides it bough your J. S. JlOUailTON M. D.
solo
by Druggists and in -
of member to Congress from this Mate : through its whole length and I fromthe I'E'S SUGAR DROPS, Md administered Pa. lroprietr. Storekeepr every vie* .CHE.
navigable Copy-right and in the United
and it shall be : Philaelpbia. -
the duty of the Governor to ioniecommission Extnct of a Letter from NT. S. Goon,
rherfpr boats of thre.* or four feet draught.. them all to her in one day. Within securd. march 24
*, under the seal of the btate
persons receiving the highest number of votes, to the for The land entirely is mostly free rolling from yellow Palmetto pine of of thc unit twenty-four hours after, she passed away cine(fc3-SoId. by all' Druggists and Dealers in Sled. Chemist, o'Clifton, near Brio dated
/lunly. kind Uth :
Judy
the said several office be Iny TWENTY-TWO WORMS, some of them tenor
SIXTH GEYERAL'F' .-Pa-wed the House wine- considerable to good colonlant. together and with live twelve Inches long. We gave EGBERT'POINSETT, $500 CHALLENGE! To Professor HOLLOWAT: .

of Representative by the Constitutional majority, oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. her no other medicine. Since then, she .gNt Jacksonville, E DEl Sin I a requested by a.lady named
January 3, 1S53. Pas.-td. the .Sonata by the The location all embraces facilities for construct- J. A., MAYER Thomas,just arrived from' the West .ad's to
has been a different child .
entirely.She
Constitutional IIOBENSACKS WORM .
iu jority, January SYRUP.An
6.1t. ing one of the largest and most practicable water Wholesale and Retail Agent Savannah Ga acquaint you that for a period eight
nowerft ILII. in.1e"m. nt stf llm "nU fmm ,IIAspring had not slept well nght but usedto STpt2, 02-ly article founded on Scientific principles,, self and family suffered from continued bad beattk
--
OFFICE OF fc-ecRETASY OF STATE ) the waters of lake Cherchcll l, about four cry out in her sleep wa afraid compounded with purely vegetable arising from disorders of the liver and stomaea
Capital 7 ll&t. Ma>ch23l&t. J miles in length by one mile in breadth be we should not Now she en- being perfectly when taken and subtances.ha : indigestion, loss of appetite,violent headaches,
I i Woodman's
CUARLS : \ Secretary of State made available by acanalofabout 16 chaius may in tirely rn been known to fail in curing the obstinate pains in the side, weakness'and general debilitY,
for
State of Forida. d hereby certify the .length yielding an inexhaustible supply with wel.Hvng Cherry fVoimt can-neverexist most remedj for which she consulted the most eminent menthe *
foregoing to be ad correct copy of the a full of at least IS feet. The spring itself, the previously used various other Expectorant, ce.once used, from the fact that it not only destroys colony, without any beneficial result ; at ua
original on file in this office. water of which has been analyzed by Prof. wo medcineain my family, I can safely FOR THE CURE OF them but removes the slime and mucus she had recourse to pour invaluable Pills which.

In Testimony Whereof, I Lave hereunto :Chelton of Nor York, and shown to be of valuable rcommend .' DROPS as preferable Consumption, Decline, Asthma which may remain. & in a very short time effected so great chaos
affixed my signature and the Great Seal of Brorcdi that she continued them,and Ito'
medicinal properties, is of capacious dimensions to all other remedies for the for the better
r: the-Muteof Fltl ida. Done,nt the Capitol bcing w)yards in diam'ctcr and most tual eradication of cteo. Wasting of the Flesh, Night Spitting TUB TAPE 'VOR3.Tis wkola family were restored to health and-.
in the City Tallahassee on Monday, the eligibly and picturesquely located. Its position wor.WILLAM of Blood, Whooping Cough"Difficulty of worn is the most one t destroy Further she desires me to say that she has witnessed

23th day March, A. D.I".53, and herentyeeventh in a commercial or agricultural point of ,view STANTON, Breathing, Colds!Roughs, Influenza, of that inhabit the human body. I grows to their extraordinary virtue in those eonv-
year of the Independence of the with its advantages iu boat Street, Utica. Pain almost indefinite length and incidental to children particnlarten
United States of America.C. constructing a canal 4 Watr P/L/UIC, in the Side, a becoming 8 plaints
of only a few miles across to the Gulf of Diseases coiled and Catene in the intestines stmch cases of measles and scarletina having effected
W. DOWNING, i must before very long, draw the .exico. -- al of the a to St. Vitiu Dance, $ ., positive cures of those diseases with no other ft -
Secretary of State. ,planters and merchants of that fertile region. Always ready for Ole and Lungs is the cause of many going t the grave, not believing edy. (Signed) -S. GO WEN- .
Aro This is the remedy so universally used and that these complaints have their origin
WATCHES AND recommended celebrated Pill wonderftltf ef"
JEWELRY These
I Two tracts containing COUO acres on the west by the Medical Faculty where it has from the Tape 'Vo consequently they do not an
SILYEII ll SIYEil I P FLEII and 4 on tho east side of St. Johns liver been introduced.It use the proper medicines for their diseasi. To< carious in :following complaints .
liE.
miles above l'atk. and having a contains no opium or other dangerous in. those who are afflicted with thi awful foe>to Ague Drop.1n11ammaUoD,
. VJUKCHA&EK& IN FL.OKIDA and elsewhere -,river front each of in extent. gradient and is safe for' the most delicate child tIt health I recommend the n'' my JJ'hrm5vnip Asthma' Dysentery Jaundice
JfL in the vicinity Savannah, are in- ITha on the west of the river is mostly of i: estimated thai 130,000 persons die annual and Liver Pilti.- The Syrup to be taken in Bilious compl'ts 'Erysipelas Liver eompn*

fore that the subscriber has on hand, and IB swamp land. and embraces the site of tin ly in the United .States with consumption, and does of two table spoonfuls, three times a day;; Blotches on skin Female irregu-. Lumbago a
,receiving; from the best and most respectable English store, of Panton Lesly & 9f Professor Eberly says a vast number of these then take from fire to eight of my Liver.Pills, todislodge Bowel compl'ts Unties Fevers of
manufacturers in the country rich DIAMOND Co., now known a"Hamblv's old store," ; : could be saved by the timely use of some prompt and pass the W or- By strictly following Colics Fits kinds .
RUBY, PMAUL. and other is its beginning corner,and runs thence wl : remedy. We believe that a Medicine poss easing these'directions, most obtnat cases or Piles Rheumatism ConstipttW"
,Ui?. and sterling silver Ware, such JEWEL the widow Pangree's "old fields,"thence west and Real jUert/s, will effect cures wherever it is med, Tape Worm can be speedily cud Gout Retention of tkeboireli
"TABLE :I:ltT and a. north to a point opposite the beginning. The at homo as well as abroad. This is no Parjgor- ROUND, or S' Consumption the Urine Headache,

TEl SPOOLS and FORKS' one on the east side of the river lies betweenthe preparation, but one which if used in season This worm f usually found in"the small intes ScrofnU. or Debility tfOllnl
:; I PLATES and WAITERS places known as "Buffalo Bluff" and lount will save the lives of thousands. Many certificates ties.and is worm most common t children; King's Evil Sure Throats' Stone .

TEA rT8, CASTORS CUPS and Tucker. Besides a large body of well timbered could be furnished, but i ii preferable that ye. is not entirely confined to a adults Secondary. Symp-Tle Douloureux Tumour* _,
coo
:\ CJOHLirrX pine lands it con tame come excellent hammock any Medicine should sell on own merts. The frequently been known to suffer'with them toms Ulcers Venereal '
TUMI5LERS, PAP BOATS and several well wooded bluffs and eligible sites following is only one of thousands The Symptoms most prominent while affected Wonnsjof Weakness &ionl'
SOUP and SAUCE LADLES. for residences By a recent survey the west ale,from well known Phyncians. with this worm; are hardness and (fullness of the kinds ,from whatever caase,**

/ PlEICECREAMCAKlSand tract .been reduce to 2940 acres.and the one bly. slimy stol.loosnes of the bowels, pick- Sold at the establishment of ProteSlOLor O
r '. FRUIT KNIVES, POLlll on the cart to 3I I is Niw ORLEANS, April 9;1852. I the b1ueih .tra underthe'eles way 244 Strand (near a '.. .** SILVER DESERT, PICKLE and hQwever, that the deficit will up belet'ed. Dear Sir-Te public generally are fully &0_. If yon or any your and by all venders of Medicine throughout.t
t .P. BUTTER.KNIVES.WAPKIN Proposal for purchase will be received by A. ,,: aware of thousand of Remedies for Diseased the above symptoms, IlOBENSACK'S WORM United States,in boxes, at 37J e..Slo.,
.., RtNGS, SALT CELLARS and W. Walker, Esq. of New Orleans. John Peck I I Lungs under ties of Sarsaparillas Pills SYRUP can safely be depended upon.. By using each.. Wholesale by the principal DjSnds
FIlUIT'KNn"ES. E.". of New York Benjamin A. Lavender, Esq. Plasters,Lniment. ., tat are daily brought' it you have a cr safe, and speedy cure; and in the Union,and by Messrs-.B. .:
Filrer platcSpnl. Fork an-l Ladles. of Baltimore, George Walbingtn. Esq. of St. to their byway if after using to the'dicton the New York -l .},
Snuful and Cak Augustine Eatt Florda,or. t myself the latter Leonard's Yeast Powder., of advertisements. My new8apr this patient is not restored to health, w. ftt-There is a considerable savbgibyWflt J
'Ivory balance handle Kl.e., ad silver place, postage note for publication,is to induce the public,or at thoroughly ,eradicated from the system,you can the larger shev -
:O tel,Tabl and Knives, fine plate JOgpl M. HERNANDEZ. This Powder ia an, admirable'substitute least those wh .are afflicted, to use one that con rest assured there is no remedy beyond the.grave. ''N.B.-Directions' tinIdanee'- ot P&5

,one Mantle Clocks, and common St. Augu tne, 8th, 1853. mar 17-tf for Yxisr, ,in' making Bread and ,all tains articles of real W Pulmonary .. As for fail, there I no such,word' as_ 1 with in every,disorder are affixed to eacbJtfi.r N.
Urai Uockrvf! err ducrlptlon.6o14 kinds'of and has the advantage ... I am conscious that so doing, lam acting mostunnrofessionally those who use my Form Syrvp.ASCARIDK8 .: For sale In Jacksonville by "
It fijrer ai4 LepSne Wathu. Battr.Cake' ,and derogatory the interests or small ThreadVonae..,' ApotheearyliaU. .
Fine ensmelled Hunting Watches, CLINCH HOUSE. ovrYeat makg the batter Medical Science, and the.;regular Ptton These worms, to which hal system is lia Jo:1 tCONDITIOZI ,. .
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Oold It Bllrer XVatrE-Chainit, Seals t Keys, perfectly Igh' rea baking tho ers of Medicine. .1.refer' to Chef ble, are the most all others They ''
f Gold > tinr"bimbe., .THE SUBSCRIBER, /Ste3= :instant it : Buckwheat, and Expotorant. which i a scientific are generally to'be found in. the 'o* Alterativei ) .1.'f'
i O.'ld SPsHSfcggal snooess rmed of the allowed r1a i ._ .
e.del al baring recently opened _ ctherCakesjwhen made wlththisPow. t ra. from the .
JZodger'sEin. i'ocketutIory, the House, would der, are;lees.likely,to;dlaagree.with the usual Prescriptions, used byPhysjciang.J.14.MAITLANIJM.D.-< duce, for serious disorders, .T1_ powders haYW'NeautenatfeIT f t'
Ualr and Razor Strous. ; ... licit the patronage of the feJotfull'o stomach than. those .made with Yeast inch as inflammation of the bowels and other derangements with general satisfaction,for the
--.:'.' .'' Card J'aws, Port Monales, '&0. a re at this time some five to six rooms unoccupied and it. : ; .->, of the Btomach.-._ The besfc and safest provint .Uw-eonditioa hones n
,. Particular attention will be given to Repairing. several of the same with fire places., The House & requiresbutafewmhutes t* Soldby W. W.' LinoIlohJfa Mayer, A. A, Medicine that ca be used'is HOBENSACK'S y toS ."brd worker .s.proper'l-
-"- ; "fWa4sheIUoctusn4iewcIry. V is within one hundred and fifty yards of the Post prepare for.baking: the possibility of ever. Solomont.& Co., ., M.-' 1. WORM SYRUP. Such ia the astonishing require, but a;short time to;manifest IW "
t- From bis bat extMrienoe and extenslre faolli- Office and wharves The undersigned'is Agent hAving them sou* is Avoided. net&'Co.,J*"; H. Carter, I. E. 1. Apoth.caries .- power .cf my_Medicine over Atcaradtt, that! tire action In the Improved spirit and a

tie*,be confidently believes be ." fl all who for Gen,Scott's four horse_Coach and two' horse entirely :Hall.;: fa_-Savannah" ,;,and .,all DrnggfcU def any one. &prduc ease where-my.Worm of thftanlnwLjMd saay.litit used tJa.at:
totr fun kfm wit their' patronage.Illiprloisarf .- hack Mail lines,both leaving for Goals semiweeky. Foa BAU 'ITBLOODGOOD' : everywhere.pL1Y:1vr.. .. -__ _. and recommended to be prev ntativ :and.eare fur'man1 co

/ and terms a*favorable, 1! For further particulars apply at the offices of; & BOUSE, BRAGG, General 4gent.a ., need, tht.they will not cure.,; All that it necessary wMcft:they ,are-suldeeti,suck-ai,-BOtB1 "
1 M at say Mhf..t.Mfljinent,,the stat, Jacksonville, Uepublloan and News.; 3 Broadway New"York .. the'SyrupIn'aecordanco; wilts di'reotion bound. Loss of Appetlt. :YeUo.n Un
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8,,WJLMOT, Xt J Markst.tuaro,. !' JAMES ASKEW.. all] the: 1 8,. M.'PAYNE,Agent,, on each bottle) and ia ease a'gentle purgative per,'tit:
f Marsh j1 '! .ha I II ral&t! lU1 8, l2. tf. .' f of' aboyeaJuabl. ] articles-I .- ; : : : .JaokionrtUe, FU,. M required ia order to
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