The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 28, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00194
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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BUSINESS CARDS. LOVEI UK, OB.1iOTt bencbeseai'npoithe stairs, 'or stood am- Prom- iAiRkA.-l'.. Taut.He .- he'Had\ no hope they would grant, for Gem I lha World's. ,ftaSUs-w ":;
L C4L the leave to his record and to -
iousfy looking over gallery railing \Vm. bange votes on :
9J'ke J. Drowm AIn iaJ.t'e 1
BT MART -w. C&XAH. fleUgt.fl.at2f1 _
-- LEGAL. The platform set apart for the 'receptidn of -! vote for a man who wore but one face, .J -

DOUGLAS Go sepbyr; softly go, the President was erected in the north nave oar last issue we'called"the attention who was'true to the North' or to the South Always In the-child, the. maiden, the ,
SomAS of the Palace towards. the centre of the -to.one -ohhem-'and who. was not pointing .
Nearer, more near- of.the public to the appointment of this individual the mother,-religion shines with a
towEY AND COUNSELLOR building, and on it were ranged seats for back to the record with one hand and of which
Thro his tresses flow itITn,
CHANCERY, light to 'an holy, benignant! beauty ,
SOLICITOR important and the. asked
1A1I0 over 700 persons. These were occupie responsibleoffice signing a pledge with other. He of earth
in his nothing can mar. ZLryet
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.r1J.r Sing ear; by the Officers and Directors of the Association by the administration of Mr. .Pierce. leave of this House to change his vote, for the female perfect w
not seeming charter olt.t
and their Secretaries Guthri he had cast it under a misapprehension of
guests The character of the transaction by which faith of .
Steal to his breast piety.Bltb tle "
and Davis, and Attorney General Cushin!;, facts. and even then reluctantly. :'
B.m.l'JiA'RSON. Fold the sweet eyelids down, the Committees from Philadelphia and other the appomtee obtained' his unenviable notoriety Mr. Stanton, of Tennessee, said: No man wealth i ; they.r, lietit d & .
brightest day
AT LAW, Kiss them to rest : ,-(as induced nato refer to files than'I do the of diYiaelibt uua
EY COTJKSBIAORJACKSONVILLE places,and-quite a number of genth our can regret more necessity: religion throw her soft aD4 ,
EAST FLA- Sing to him, sigh to him, distinguished ih'various walks of lift with a jiew of refreshing the memory of this discussion. But l-Ho not' regret since to purify and exalt, making twice gloriousthat ,

,, the transaction of Business In t.h. Woo bim full well- Sir Charles Lyell and lady, and lady our Democratic friends, with the.facts connected the fa"3w existed, that they have been which seemed-all loveliness bO. -

-ww:111.atte0 and Circuit Courts1 for the East- Gather more nigh to him, El1esll1e and daughter, occupied eligible 'ith that brought; light. I felt it incumbent upon Religion is.very beautiful-is '. .-,

Sid Southern Districts ot Florid&. Coax him to t.eU. positions near the platform, at the ngb, most disgraceful aSkir. It me, sir, to say one word in explanation. I .sickness,in wealth poverty. We never :

II e Toy, t.i1l1rith sleeping eye, front corner. Lord Ellesmere, who reache is known that at the meeting of Congress in am unfortunately among: those who voted enter the sick chamber o of good bat soft ...f ,-

-) jjii.BAR, Earth nigh forgot, the city at an early hour in the morning; December, 1849,'a considerable time elapsed for the gentleman from .Indiana -even ,**to I music .em. float:on th air,',mad .the ,".}

J' AT LAW, He to thy voice reply, having; come express from Quebec on purpose before the organization of the House of Rep- the.bitter end." Like alt those gentlemenfrom burden of their song is, t, peace is here."

ATTORNEY Co. East Honda. Loves be, or not to attend the inauguration: was unfortunately : the South who gave him the same support Could we look into thousnds of families '-
JIliralor, Cofomtttt confined to his room by a severe resenlathes. The Whig and Democratic : ,I had ,assurances that, in his canvass to-day, where disontent snllenly ,;'

WHIT SMITH Oh!to his bosom steal, attack of the pout. Profj Wilson, Mr. c. parties being about equally divided, the balance before the people, he bad boldly taken life, we sit ghti chief "

1\1.\ ATTORNEY AT LAW, Softly and low, Wentworth Dilke, with his Secretary, Mi of the power was supposed to reside ground against a measure which has produced cause wit !.of religfoa 'in .

Columbia Co., East Fforida.J. Pray the sweet heart reveal Duncan, and the other gentlemen of tbe with David Wilmot and hi* clique of Free all cur difficulties, and exposed the Union I woman ., .. '

JUizalar, Things that it know; Royal Commission, were also upon the itself to' such imminent danger. I did not, And in the felon's cell, in places of crime, : -
... mino dim 'S. soilers. In this state of thinrs, and after for moment deem it possible that he
P. Sanderson Say that eyes are platform. Mr. August Belmont U. one misery, ; we should -
AT LAW Seeming to smile- Charge to the Hague, and several Minister numerous ineffectual efforts had been madeto could seek an alliance with the authors of behold, estiutin igoree deformity,
AT1'01WEV ItU3aDZ-rfiaa.: t8a Loving, adoring bim, resident at Washington from foreign countries elect a Speaker, It was discovered that this mischief, much less that he could descend the fruit irelgio 1t woman. .

JaebonriUe.Jan.17.1850.D demanded. I feet; sir that the odium exalted. -
Wild are my pulses told, THE OPENING CERE'IONIES.-Tbe President thy throne
aUest. glriouand
W. Bryant were 'voting for Brown. This led at once : in
James Waiting to fly- entered the building at a little after 2 Not above the d. clouds
JLTTORNIT AND CoCNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Longing this heart to fold o'clock, preceded by the Chief of Polici, to the suspicion that-a treaty of amity and some measure fall upon myself in common come never between tee and the truly

OSlCDas.nII"lnIl: : : : : a His bosom nigh and walking between Captains Du Pont anJ alliance had been entered into between said with the whole South. I desire to throw pious soul-not bob the clouds, for-
this odium and I deem it a complete justi- -
Oh!then, all else forgot, Davis. The Band immediately struck nJ:I Brown and the Freesoilers. A charge was off ; have above thee is beavn, through 's -
AY.XJALL that I could never
KO. fication to say supported vista of beauty.
G Woo him full well- Hail Columbia, and followed it with Yen:: made by several Whig ,embers! that an that gentleman if I had entertainedthe bro in eceedin of jasper
3x3JACKSONVILLE other Th gates
Doodle and popularairs. II
.A oo3raa.c sr Loves be, or loves be not, kee understanding existed between the parties, least suspicion of such a transaction as n
FLA. President was escorted to the platform, ani!I precious stones,shine with a dewy light,ad .
.rll Coax him to tell! seated in a large arm chair, at tbe right oj f and that the understanding had been.. reduce tbafwhieh has been disclosed. 1 "gave thegentleman neither flashes'nor blazes, but steadily pro
I leaveit
BRAHAM Go, ah! wild zephyr, go the President of the Association, who greeted to writing. The charge was denied ; a "generous confidence ceedeth fro the throne of God. Its tower,
whether that confidence
j1OPKlNSAttorneys& to the country to say bathed in ten times the
Thy pinion tame- him his entrance. After th, refulgent glory,
at Law, upon in the terms.-Gen. Bayly I
low, most positive has not been abused.I brightness of ten sins, yet soft, .' ,)._
at PA1.ATK.A. E. Fla., Shed thy sweet whisper audience had become quiet, and the musi thou
OFFICE went far as to make the denial in the have but one more wortf to pay. It is :
Business so to the :
WILLpraet.iee in the Eastern Murmer his name; had ceased, Right Rev. Bishop Wainwrigt undazzhng eye. .,
,U usUd to their care..ill be S&lOSSIAW attended. Fold thy soft lips again read a fervent and appropriate prayer.A presence of Brown, and was not corrected that I feel myself, in in common the with every, And there religion points. Art to -
: Southern gentleman same position .
: wt
.-.. Near to his cheek Choral, composed for the occasion, 'wa' :15 by him. It turned out, however. that a con- deeply indebted to these few gentleman; on Art weary thou! It weighed;pww-H-rtW down with .unmmiea* 4-'-. -

B. HART Kissing and coaxing,then, then sung to the tune of "Old Hundred" b tract did exist, by which it was agreed that this side of the House who had the courage ignominy 1 "kings in that, holy
ATTORNEY AT LAWr Woo him to speak; the New York Sacred Harmonic Guard Societj Ram Mr. Brown, selected Speaker, would constitute and tbe foresight, so far to break party lies home.n Art thou poor a. Me very: street
WEST. FL.A., that mine are dim, accompanied by the National of the Art.
KEY Cay eyes as to arrest the election gentlemanfrom before thy be goUL"
the Judicary
lruLioea' iu the United States and State Courts I I Seeming to smile- and members of other Societies, and th the committees on Territories, Indiana. I take this occasion publiclyto thou DlalAion'shl"the shall be hy

of the Southern District of Florida. Loving, adoring him, Organ.At and the District of Columbia, in express my thanks to those gentleman frienl awl a God thy friend and father.1* .
-lylO-tf Doubting the while the conclusion of this Anthem, Theodore such manner as should be satisfactory to for having thus prevented the abominable U religion beautiful! We answer, all i .

F. C. BARRETT, Spirit, all else forgot, ; r- Association Sedgwick, addressed, Esq., the the President President of of th th', Air. Wilmot and his friends. We subjoin consummation whic was so near being ef desolation and deformity where religion i "

notary F.blle, Woo him full well- the correspondence between the parties, and fected.. '. noL -
AcUnowledgsnent United States.
mmlssloner for taking Oh! Ions he me, or not. v The above extracts from the debate in.the -
of Deed, Tbe President .responded, and resumini, a jortion of the debate that took place inS FERVCKT Panyia.-It is recorded

AM.tker Instruments of Writing of to be used in Coax him to tell! his seat, was greeted.with six tremeudou the House of Representatives on the disclosure House will show the indignation at the deception EJECUJ of one of the Reformers, that when -

the States cbeers. and treachery attempted to b practiced be bad himself in a- public 'dis

SEW YORK Florida.AND PC&S6TLTANIA.Oct..U-tr The Crystal Palace. Then the organ again pealed forth th, of the plot: them. Volumes virtuous indignation putation acquitted great credit t.bl tla

JpckioavWe Hallelujah Chorus, from Handel's "Mi DECEMBER 10, 1SJ9. upon friend the' noteffr
begged see
Democratic cause, a
all the
New froum
H. SOURS OPENING or THE ExHfITloK.-The siah" followed by the Triumphal Mart, conversation which poured. write '.
J. H. Dear Sir-In tbe I which he had been observed to ,
PUBLIC York papers, received by late mails, are filled by Ferd flIes, and a Chorus from Haydi 'a had with you this evening, you were free to papers&the South. The Enquirer, .'hic posing that be had taken down the lap

NOTARY with details of the sayings, doings" incidents Creation. say that if elected Speaker of the House of had rejoiced in anticipation of his election, ments of his opponents, and sketched .the
JACKSONVILLE. E. FLA. The ceremonies concluded, those on tb c would constitute the deceived substance of his own Greatly
and ceremonies attendant upon the opening Representatives, you says- 'We have been thoroughly reply. w
platform threw off all official formality, an I Committees on Territories,' the Judiciary, unite ia i .; he s to find that his notes consisted
in the Palace. and with we rpris '
GENERAL.mEDIOAL of the World's Crystal the t correspondent
in on ere
together groups and the District of Columbia, in a manner these ejaculatory petitions :
KDTIGE. We condense, from the Times, the following event of the day, while those in the galleri is that should be satisfactory to myself and the thanking our two representatives for having I 'More liht Lrd-o light-more light!'

account of the ceremonies: and naves wandered arouud the building t ) friends with whom I have the honor to act. avoided a catastrophe. To-morrow we : And w true spirit of' prayercompressed '. -

: least their upon such stores as we commrnicated this to friends and this and illustrated in these short
TiLt Scene at the Palace.-The CRYSTAL eyes I have my ; shall give tbe debate on extraordinary .
DOCTOR W. J. L'ENGLE yet visible.! if.'in reply to this note, you can give them Could they fail of success 1 If
The attempt
event pirations 4
on J.
is opened great I with
Offers his Professional Serriees to the citizens of PALACE and expectations and The President retired to one of the offic.'5 the wrnie assurance, they will give you a ca \m Dron's very poor any yon lack wio let, ban ask of
Jacksonville and Dun County. which so many hopes with Mr. Sedgwick. Belt at an explanation of his position. liberally, and -
in cordial God that giveth
company and ,
cheerful support.
BuildUK. wire clustered, is at last completed.The al
to the *Uepubllcau anxieties
OOCee. ap-I Temple of N.tionai; Iinlu \try has informed that General Scott was in tb Respectfully", yours. Far stronger dlncnciations were indulged upbraiJeth not, ; and i be given bun.* .
great r.I-ce, tue Pre&ulrtil sent his respectful r.. D. WILMOT. Now we wish to .
other ,
and its trea- in
F. Waver & Co. unclosed its portals displayed and to see him.- by prsses. COOLIES.-The New York SaDi
C.-mmlMlM aad Forwarding Merchant, sures to the multitude. No event, for a gards General to him Scott, instantly requested called upon tb Hoa. WM. J. BROWS. .. i know what thoe, members of Congress and CEJ that Chinese labor is ''

AND Choice Wines long time, has created so general and BO and pleasant intervie' 1949. have fiy in regard to this appoint ing ovrsgine in the West IdiaIlands
Dealers ia Groceries Provisions. in the mind President, a ,very \VA9HiNoroCrry!' Dec.10, editor t
Lioaori and Segars.Faints,Oils,Drugs,tc.tic., profound an ceremonial.At interest public as took place between the" distinguished ge; DEAR SIR-In answer to yours of this ment t We bane witles the equanimitythey as some Kern to think. The Eitrla

for CA.SH only. JaetgonTilk nodS, E. Fla. yesterday's the Palace besieged tlemen. M. de Sartiges, Minister fro I date I will state that, should I be elected have displayed at the high and honorable iforation Regarding the hit'.adtemper
hour was ,
Bay Street an early Ira people, ,
France, Senor Almonte, Minister I of House of Representatives I administration singular i .
officials Speaker conferred this '
Bloodgood and Bocse, applicants. for admission. Mexico, Baron Girolt, MirJeter from Prassi: constitute the committees on the District of positions by true, goes far to raise doubts of the value

their thanU the inhabitants of guarded the entrances, and informed all and Senor Molina, Minister from Cos Columbia, on Territories amid on the Judiciary upon the members of the Freesoil faction. Chinese labor. .Tbeya represented a indisposed .
bestowed,and vicinity them since for their they eom-liberal who came,would that until be admitted.10 o'clock At none 10, how but Rica, also called upon the President at tl in such manner- shall.be satisfactory Bat we have now an opportunity, of t bar severe .or. "ctnae .

, .eaoed patronage business; and hop upon by strict aitention to exhibitors unclosed, and red, Palace and paid their respects. to yourself and Your friends. I am a repre- testing their powers of endur;. We regard -toil,fond o rep gossipptog, f'2Y'I'and .
pksie to merit a continuance of the same ever the jealous gates Thus waned tbe day in tbe interiorthe >I?' tentative from a free Slate, and have always fitful in their requiring patient
hand a full assortment and yellow, and white, and blue invitations hallowed i this appointment as an outrage upon and_ dangerous in the
Tbtj. are constantly on Crystal Palace. A day been opposed to the extension of slavery, judicious mament
.f Dry Goods, Ready ilade Clothing. Hats and poured in at the different 'entrances. The American history as connected with an eve ID.nl and believe that the Federal Government public morals, and as insult to the people I extreme,.wbn t existence,knowingno

Caps Boots and Shoes, Stationery, Hard ware, throng, even then, was excessive. The the nationA tl;L of South. ,vain to say ad placing no on hum
Crockery,Groceries,Provisions Drugs and Medi- the the hackney coaches, of rare importance to Ly should be relieved from the responsibility of the I tat rent. nue
sine,Segars, Wine,tc ,fee.,which &.heya.re selling omnibuses,forth cars their live freight at Forty. on which tbe energy and perseverance of slavery where they have the constitutional Mr. Pierce may have been ignorant of the Tb continues to a negro is
at the lowest cash prices. all poured individuals was crown ed "The Chins repugnance
very few higb.t lliriled abolish it. been said
Jacksonville,Jan.2O,iSi: second street, and ladies and gentlemen, at with success-A day with ptomi se power to character of his appointee a h desri. a something unconquerable.'
pregnant .
degree of temperature, ascended the world. I am, yours, truly, of of his Wm. J. "black the worst
every industrial W.J. BROWN. aprintents. Qnelt'-a dni-I
to our
JAmES BANIIA1I! stairs:: that led to the interior.; r. And though the Sun that glittered throi;h *DAVID WiLMof. Brown's fame .wa a ur Union. form of opprobrious abus Cbina
eonstantly on hand a general as Thai interior of the Palace was even more and there would be a strong ,
KEEPS the Palace soon sunk below the wand st in which he achieved his prej-
panes transaction I mout
could have anticipated. 'elI in responding .The reconciling them
imposing than we the cold, blue night speedily Jon Mr.Bayly: I take pleasure I overcome
Family Groceria and Provisions, The change wrought in it since the night the though dome warmed by tbe noon-day be at, to the inquiries of my friend from South notoriety must have ..arrested the attention and work wt the blacks in.'Jaac and

Of which be is always receiving: fresh supplies. before seemed a miracle. Everything was that sun of American industrial t'plen( or Carolina (Mr. Burt.). It was known that I of all men taking! an interest in public attains; Cuba. great difficulty tto'

'*"* ALSO, neat and orderly. The floors were thoroughly which rose to-day, shall never set, but sb ne had served in the 2Slh Congress with the in the face of these things this man- receives Chinese emigration o colonization would '
Kumermu Article of Household Furniture, swept much of the contributions were displayed ever. above 1 be member from .In- n;,-tMr. Brown:} and yet Chief seem to' b getting of wires fa.
like the arctic luminary the hands of the Magistrateof therefor -
Budding Fixtures, tfc. among which Thorwaldsen's noble : when he began to be spoken of as speaker, at be revolution now In

Customers are respectfully invited to call. series of Chust and his Apostles, in the horizon.- frequent inquiries were made of me as to the" Union, a' lucrative and responsible progress in may on (the public A.

fcJ-Store: on Bay street, opposite Dr.Byrne's Danish section, attracted much deserved at TILl Procession-Appearance of Btyadwa.,,- bis opinions and votes on the slavery ques- trust. We have a curiosity to know 'what sentiment o the subject of femle emtgra-. \ .. .

Buddings.X) jn2 tention. Bright banners flaunted from the The Sluncer. tion. Among others such inquiries 'were defence will be made for this appointment! tion'we cannot atcipt but it is'wy.t '- ,

Edmund Whitney, galleries-suits of Old Armor, from the The had assembled at an ez.rly: made of me by my friend from Georgia, {Mr. comprehend minds

Commissioned and legally qualified asXeaaarcr Tower of London, frowned grimly on the hour on troops the Battery and lent the gaiety of Welborn-1 I told bim that no one couldof Jenny Und-GIIIdt., feet of the Chinese women are emanieipated
or Laiuber for if the of antiquity was wroth more unexceptionable course. from their hereditary bondage, the 'prospectof
a4 Inspector: scene, as spirit accoutrements and the excitement have taken a to us from over
Davai County within them at the contrast between our their swell the grandeur of beHe When a gentleman from Massacbnsettu, [the :. A pleasant rumor comes improving any countr by.an importation .

May be found,when his services are desired, on days,bright with intellectual progress, and i their presence After, the to proceedings at Ca late Speaker of this house.Mr. 'Winthrop] the sea, that Jenny. Lid Goldschmidt is of unmarried strange notioae C .
jUt 10 inquiry at the Republican fern those good old benighted times in which Garden scene. were concluded, the President eed had"in____ ''1845, moved an amendment of to the the again to grace the Operatic Ste The. oarnen cannot b very eDurng. ., .
all the .1. i-- containing the principles
And great bill
they saw service. over viewed them, mounted on the full.b1oocharger VCEUn : Briton i correspondent of the Morning 'Havanscorrespondent
DE5JAJ11N F. TOWKSKSO, I Dome stretched its painted canopy, joining "Black Warriorowned by J:JIaj.. Wilmot proviso, the member from IndianaMr. writes CHINES* AWl NEGaa-Te Courier .
that Chronicle of
and ,
AUCTIONEER the naves, as the building 21 Brown] voted against it; up-
diverging now past [
together of the U. S. Dragoons, of -
Merril assertion '
he truth in
I knew
far as there he says:.
differingnations. occasions as If
itself drew together widely 1 and all other ; any
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, old and cherished for the longfaithful ; on of illustrious .
: years \ fter bad voted with the'southern Democracy upon the Dresden Echo, the prophecy an Since mv last we have Tiad Wlfain .

KespectfaDy solicits sales In Town and Coontry1.I1sAicto The Palace filled rapidly. At the intersections services be has performed.formed,D:and all questions touching the subject of composerto the effect that Madame of Chinese,some 700 in all;and pa t

; a.m; is over the Store occupied by of the naves, and all beneath the the review,the'procession.Everywhere was rere slavery.' I assured him that 110 one could I Lind Goldshmidt 'woul apin''appar on an insurrection of these people, in which an

8.N.Williams, (Oc, Foreman's old stand.) dome, the floor was soon parti-colored as a proceeded up Broadway. to the P esa- present a fairer record. In addition to this, the atg is likely Eco overseer was a victim. This is a know

Here RICES.O. garden with brilliant bonnets and silks, and crowds of people eager densely greet thro:'ged I also informed him that I knew tbe'mem- y" is to take the heroine's about the matter. Such an iwit y1wold

.M. Lee. Esq, Madison; John W. WesUott, ladies who were afraid of being too dent. The sidewalks were overflow ber while be was in office;, and I thought I in-Goldschoridt's Todtlerlein (Little Daugh be fully explained by tbe press-
St. J... Livingston, S. N. Wil- young -the windpws v/ere filled to tug and that I would of a year since the great negroes
Augustine; 12 enthusiastic, lest they should be laughedat the hoasel,, knew his sentiments well; ter.) Upwards have had more -anin
multitudes ps.
liams.Jacksonville. Jy The and there were on the agitation alluded to to a ffl od however, :you of
plat- Africa
walked wonderingly about. and the President and his pledge) myself he was opposed compo el obsr.e from ; iforn
Charles De Waal Auctioneer, form in the north nave, which was to be After tbe troops in carriages, the Mayor andthe of the subject slavery and the Wit- "The Lied is sure retrn to the sta this, I will not go'so.far 'a the
suite love
for the day, came in which it from two opposite causes, General connivance jiut -
JACKSON VILLEE.F. the great scene of interest of mot 4n every form and shape and Captain ter
Council tbe city.
Sale In saT part of the County attended to, about .this time to be animated. Common reachei I be presented. He, (Mr. Welborn) venge."How so T, demanded the must, winking somewhere they
oliciUd, began Shortly before the procession could she sh b .
..el nepeetfiaUy the maestro, "U ull .ia
conversationwith retorted
invited The planters
by ,
of the Senate to have a "Why, not be 'pnrl
November IUVIB32. tf Members Park a shower of rain, which had &:, )suggested to me husband and not lne
her ,
Store-ltonse kept officers looking anything I did BO. Hold him of be disappointed in would rejoice
His Auction Rooms and are special request, militia threatened to fall, came down 'with the member that is tbeCuban ae
.n Bay Street near the principal market; where but easy in their uniforms, and the time and caused general I cat- the pledge i bad made for biinHe: assured find the domestic happiness she antcipate Te Brit meaofwai' -

be the keeps moat OB reasonable band at tores all seasons,family of Groceries the year,and on President of the Crystal Palace with his i great ering; emphasis of thespectators., Even a the"'wellme! f was perfectly safe in.doing' eo. ,This she will seek for consolation be happy 'appear' to have ten i. backia t-w

official staff, and a host of other persona roofook I repeated to many gentlemen besides ) in public pplauS.whereuihhe have not seen any for .
not remark -
Provisions, for cash or country produce.! ordered ranks of the military were ] who bas ,'
Commission eith- to be well-known, madetheirtappearance i friend from 'G orgiaMr.We1ing and continue, lov b.usbad oar harbor.SATCST '- ,'
Goods sent U Subscriber on too distinguished against, and many of the soldiers my :1 seen 1st. -
n) 1
quickJ.r hniat1e for composition !Ul
r for private or aaetion disposal t waaa w on the a turn '
and underawi ; born.) .
attended to and amouta speedily forwardedSnhecriber -- It already 1 o'clock, and the President refuge in door-ways flinch but, Having said thus much in i response to :my satisfy her vanity and affection by urging SKAT is A. CAR,-The Ame camRailroad
was however did. not ;
has been known in this community fora on The majority, Mr. Burt,) I 'him to write an and she : ays the the
could Carolina .
South ( ol'er 'wiappr .
number of u auctioneer and otherwise. without whom nothing go bravely) held on their' march, defying the friend from ooma c:ere
years reference rear
lie offm DO recommendations, bat desires- that bad not arrived. Watches innumerable were of' the rain Though repel ledlythe feel it dne,to say a word ortwo. I.in the first par il orer t engine is to least **
Belting. existence .
should be made regarding himself of the Mr. Sedgwick had 1 known of the belt of a train is safer,than! .
bqnines pulled out on platform. urged .to dismount. and take refuge, to myself.Sir foo c ""culI,Wi_ T_trk4' w
Commercial House at the place of hit looked still more character, of the correspondencerried front
uy looked grave. His break the liD e of and A BALL.- TDeAlet.aa'"ul.Jprobably.
refqsed to DBESSJKO pox cr.
AAL. President up of
..... CHARLES DaW interviews
took and of the 'wu & hut .
But be not, and people blocks he rriedhim fcas been! read resided Libertyr DI.
grave. came march. .For about two can would ,,who on fewer
is there are
: Miss
Jacksonville Foundry more' through the galleries thrust ; preo-ding it; no earthly'considera1ion Sbiels eveningof more tha twd cars-thai
wandering once
to umbrella,which was upon asJ did... -And: l' street went up room on the accidents to this than any other.
astir of
was vote
there Induced to chances
and naves. Presently this be'soon dispensed with. In'puy com- have me dress for a,ball to be' given
but .ban'been
AJCQ : July .. moderate petd, or
!;b1 ,. and bam and the people surged to all lathe 'processioi I., he am quite sure(that such 4lh Broadway. _Vben the If it is a::1ay-tain'at.
aa CD Ua.a aanbeoriben C8 .QI': g: a ron ran"and with i nearly .a--- .L (....In....of -ereafmasarof: 1b-. mem- at, on __ uainstandingtilI,a coIlision.iaossbisfwm'JiOthefUiuJntbiITeX !-
could ct any
to a
and all that 'and had to
and fro, got fairly wet through, ine leruug gentleman' wbo WI accompanyher In which
extensive and time 'see'a tall, soldierly, and he reached the C Irstal hers on'this side of-the'Hoaee: come down stairs. Her I ?
'r'E unD made arrived in to his clothes when (Mr. her,'she._had;not Deceives :the ,first'shock.
valaabk improvements ia their establish- not ungracelulgentlemancrossthe platform'hero" P lace.' We.were gtad to'learn last J light, .When tbe gent1emanftharolin Massachnta mother called berr but ,she did ,nt'Cm case the last car the front of a train
; cars .
.Mat,are.o w prepared to furnish-: i of bands greeted the : "suffering ill 1.sffectsrfereo" Stanly)and thgentIemnfromT ':passed
A Ioudclapping he npt any AgD'a'engn
waai. Engines of any required.power, from Then some more celeb'ritiesmounted. that was he eived.. [rMr. .Anhmnml made Jheir;remarks. tbo ghtieanhy an.bot went to the : .a brokenrail, urn cow,
... .. ofChippewa. from drenching re bOllS saw at fur her. ,,jSi heJnotet
eo iuiDdrt4 horse; T as the without
> any -- Jii&h1j1iulignant .t1b
uurecognized y I returned tbrowl
the bi
-&w-Ki11a stage inte ,
.. the rain' materially most doorand.rapped anawera
; 'Of : insinuations
&.pr demoutral On.: Mr.: Meagber, whic! I' ::. the tinier IJJ o.btb ;and,she bad locked the 40r. tb.lat % .'
popular the'order of the procession pro I ,,pow -I. -to
vecbenches. with illiberal.But rejoice; line of the train, :
on'the door the 1.tt
.. reset someunfounded the 1'
one ..-* othera 100k hit seat alarmed .
wearing a for Thenbecam ad' for
th&nkbe [
1Ue4Iba among eeeded alone Broadway : and, ( the ,
Grist MiUs,and all. other. macblnery The:time wore rapidly, until, at ;tce.e ._ that -they'wCre"mad to whenLaura'wai found jibe floor Ned .
,and dejected-appearat; tora
led. ;
WaeoutIJ. what draggled the most !
'ret and Brass Castlnrt-- leirth, '1huouod of trumpets .was: caught Notwithstanding this 'contte tempt, It :an- ..them:;; TheY'bav: 'was_entitled:_and: rt, bas nearly\.dressed for the! ball Lan e. She probably 1e'i81'The
the safest neat u .
.,**M Boat,claw MOLa-d .tberrrthg.at op in the ;distance, and;:theD. every body ihimsisamot .thipeop1d"dd' not'Ladi xbate. which! ,thank God, to save, u* appeared to halo perfect h.in ; ve Pr.LU4.jna. tom"tio
or made in time, dress, of the car'but yeJer i
"- *rt oUce.RKA11 settle themselves firmly their placep, handkerchiefs froi n Wbeen ," .> "i- attca4Shewas buried :in ,the oe
... wffl be their waved Jheir aloa..tofobloqof "- : :, > la
from Dt tbr centre* n o
/ to regain 1
Maddimy porebaMd batfrom MondayCincinnati
new .ones, or: strove: shouted huzzas'Iron> Burt found her iotiMi
,.1. Etat.by sought : and men j'Jlfle55CtIt. f
atto. is. .any part of the aunoanced tbatte<,PresiAithiVmoraeiit do ws,: the Mr: ,Tbornal, of -' teI-n "
>>[ t
aad otd-fodt.wu tbe street.Many "i ibooses of those Gaz Ltt; net (.miisniiiiity>
.Pet** auehiniswh a desired, opon, eonies.and from lnrther'Vieldiod B&III- he j vras one- -. w fO ,< .
". nttiUe Unas. n'w ic miog. the route-were decked wit!:I flan freluctantlyyoieaforlh; ; enUej f, jj m Q atD -- -* .
on : had: 35man' > ISwtlt D .
*& M4 etUmata furnlAed" wltboutUOONEY the scene;preentedfrom; ;' the.Astor House,: iticnlari I i par who -. ,ln the street* of Leicester onejfcj t'9 \ .
J aZ' crowd .be floo rbeloW' arid evergreens: \ from: Indiananpoutthres15eTe1ed'0; accosted by a drnnk*weaver, rb51Iox--G.e.: ; :
the tallery T y :the upon' theTiesidentbaa fix sd ,hi* deceived; Mto was i .t.. .
1 ;, lie bac.dotle.ng 'lusteverencee&id: -'
: & GOOKW brilliancy tk .
: ting '
wanunequalled iththe who staggering -e
&wAmerican beeq TFe-oa
Jroumfnon._ Machinist pacein Ier the Dome,',extend qoarter;.having,' "its pillars: .. s, and the posiiion/wWch: thatgeaflemaa'- : : \nifgiro t" ': L* t: r ,. f '.1
.' < ,. ImimaeIfi.nd 1O ,
., Thiwbole Flagdraped n tejtopnhearing I 'N'tav Democrai* :
the .
.Jut.- '
::1 br
we '
( .. -land elf1.d ? .
6.AroRA 1,188.. 10-V( ; : ieadl'.J1aY", was ith'tbeitaiacd fc ';. ,, _* .
jnearlydenseI1ed t 4tbe'end, entrance.aishieId w he had the ,-onor torbpreteotDn t "' *' Usbahd .
: ladies over the. \he conetitueniy'wbiCh_ ; yaf it 'fJ1 '. gate., ._.1.b" .

.jeB PalnU at *&eont!-...Office to be and neatly thehIlIcIIrfde5d1 with Uwwerjaan.of the exceedingly.b&uds .. PKSJdeaf.nune- .. .emblazoned......,...e', Ir' "'--"on" jtixshyer i.f4M this, floor, to *IkM1ThiUQU55what: _a j: tl, tu I $ .
.rdITIZae2I4 Eputlicaji ; numberaflY -- "'
iatbatiut iinvpKtfall iD great me.a' 4 mil pulj'Srewefl,.iiUec1: the 1 eue .: : 'I



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,&,Comtpodtt, ; oftktChtalttton Courier.Voartk .II. Arrtrlj- >f.teua l'. Franklin from- Kn- :I1HtLIVLL pine'wbich ;the::'"sapient:editor'1'hastIn-. ).., TTli: .Hon., _- *m. 3aa 'B.t K. .. toulsuin' and,:Mississippi;' The .1;

.fJui1yat- Weft rope. tlI1B' & Barred by..his""pAWrppi ," i, pfl compensated ':;W.publish la another column,from the Washington says .urveyswil b Conmencedfiama ';
Key July19th.'Tbe steamer immediately ColoneIiand
New-York : '
; d his ad an article entitled. )on heTrr
; by,the in formation by U.1 &
[if yotttovc tan ihtd them Franklin, from Havre and Southampton, ,'1 A OK.'S: 0 'for the official character of the that the route fr Mobile
all had ,impart to siow.3We a' arrived this morning, bringing passengers, 'li"V 1 I E fr'-premising. that latter,be notovrnfdent lt Cl&of h Port of B Fri 1 t near the coast a nature of the rl
the pteasure of .
enjoying say
will permit the "A CD
and Liverpool'dates of the 6th instant.Yanderbilfs correctness of his rev R'rolet;
fine tlear and At 8 A. M. Thursday, July, 528,1853. that we regard the whole story M a fiction t
warm day. our North?Star Ipt : this.distance u in of 1n
steamer yacht arrived the is of knowledgeseekingi .M
the in eltions. case one if not a base dander upon Mr. KC. .
flags were seen trout chipping
flying at Havre the day the Franklin sailed. of this District and of who p p
ple '
our portfalso, from the, various cupolas, Among the passengers by,the Franklin ZJOur acknowledgments are due to Sen under jlifficulties' ,' and the Mr. Kins.will b to Geoll&. 'report, Proceedings- ofToTva" -

,- Custom House, and U. S. Quarters. This are Wm. H. Babbit, bearer of despatches, ator Mo.ron for the'receipt(byihe asjfrnail world may be a. little wiser than before in especially solely upon. the authorityof CoUu'

was fourth.all that No could dinner be-, wen amusements of our, nor glorious and the Princess Mural.TURKEV .. of tbe following- 'government- publicaticma. : ,: regard t.. the Canal ,Survey,'we feel, .even LIons an of anonymous pnblio men belong to the- The,rpt ,CoUitCtL Casisus, ,

anything Andrews'. ii tEe Colonial and rather i be should not be thns grossly assailed except upon Council met this day at 5 '* .
; td indicate the day, that all true Americans AND RUSSIA. RepCl'r now, more tined to congratulatory ocok-.
should respect. Shame to acknowledge I The intelligence from the East is decidedly Lake,Trade:)852-With volume'of maps 'than otherwise that 'we mooted the positive frauds in and the reliable Coat&tmony.Hou Ti story abut for[ special purp. : Hoa..j

that our retail stores kepi open as warlike, though, notwithstanding' the accompanying the same ; question. an old one, Ience by/ropr inresti- Swat?, ; Mel,., Boini
usual,-one or two did close at about 2 P. threatening aspect of affairs, there are some gsllon.antl we are ont I should
U. Commerce and for 1852 Jobn's'Bar Clark; Oak and .
Navigation In the St. Williams
; to
M. At mid-day, the report of 31 who hope for peace. A despatch to the regard we shall nave ben revived in such a paper as WashIngton .War C
from U. S. Quarters, reminded one that London Times dated Vienna, July' 6th, Eulogies in the two Houses of Congresson have to defer accepting "D.' explanation"until" absent, especially the when-corfntry.he gentleman. Mr. KINO assailed mn. ... .

their was some spirit of rejoicing. The states that the Russians had crossed the river the death of Webster; with a life-like the "joint commission' is ofcaJy I return, Crm doubt, demand in. On motion of Councilman ."

Sons of Temperance also exhibited their Pruth at two {points for the purpose of portrait of the distinguished statesman; anDou Iced. weD ., It would w' least charitable in was .i t
the Wallachia the ubUo. to await the result before condemningone
banners of occupying principalities _
through .
some our principal
; -
Abstracts 9f Correspondence respecting Resolved, That
who hitherto maintained an I
atreel1etlcorted by our celebrated Imported and Moldavia.. .. Commercial regulations.ARTHUR'S The "Cohesion" BraIDK. reputation ha, and whose accounts have nnspoiiea alf been pointed to examine commitee.or revise three the tea*.
Sand consisting of one drum, one fife, one A protracted cabinet council wan heM ai < and
and deliberately rUar
'With carefully : passed upon approved of the Tax Assessor, and
bass drum and tambonreen. This was a London on the 2d instant, at which"' it was all tbe'praises that havebeenbestowed by the authorities at Wahiston.SMfM report at" ne
HOME 2 of '-' m-
glorious sight: still-with all, he trucks, said to he decided that the French and English MjG.INE -No. ; upon General Pierce, for the laudable [ ing.., '
&e\ could fleets were-to enter the Dardanelles as volume 2, of this work bas been received The Intendant appointed Conneitmen
be beard
drays, busily engaged duty which jt is boasted he'and his administration Lumbermen' Convention. Wjj.
on our wharves &c. A delegation from the a counter move to the hostile demonstrationof from the publisher., The address.of the have been in since hams, John Clark and 'Bonrs, as the ,CooJ

'works at Sand Key, did, b\-the-by honor the Itu sians. 'It was thought, however, publication is T. S. Arthur & Co.,'Philadel. engaged ev they j A convention of persons engaged in furnishing mittee under the above resolution.
our city with a visit, and returned this that negotiations would continue even after : came into power-tbat.. cementing the
phia. Price tor one for one'year, $2. the mills with lumber, was held in Councilman .
morning, no doubt satisfied, as I underl'tandfrom the occupation by.Russia of the principalties. discordant elements of.tbe. Dempcratic party Bur bmitec the> follow.,
: -
good authority, the majority of them i Maj. JOHN P.RSONS of Florida,;has bean -there are' still some Indications of the collapse Lumber City, lower Ga., on the 4th inst. ing Ordinance, which was aopt:, *

bare been in exile on said Key for all'of six The warlike prep'arations of Turkey are folowing are the measures adopted by Be ordained by the Coancilof '
Consul which been
St. John's Rico. to have
appointed to Porto was naturally ex-
months. Thus ended a day, which in all continued on the most extensive scale. The them, extracted from their Town of Jacksonville, That penon
of the Sacred Banner of Mahomet pected. The Washington Union other unfurling
villages; throughout our States, was ANOTHER REMOVAL.-We unexpectedly i I The Timber persons give or sell liquor .
no doubt celebrated by old and younjr, as will be the signal: for the rising of the no longer the Free-si givings-out of ita combination Buyers the t. of which alan (except the owner, Center t J
find ourself object employ
under formed a
Mahommedan tribes from the Red Sea to occupying a position, such slave
should have been. .Music- ui&/& /uere quondam allies, the New York. of ,) within the corporate
a boy again.9Southern the Caspian. At the Arsenal of Constantinople newly appointed U. S. Collector of this port, Evening I seems to be said town, shall, on tit f
Post and the Buffalo Those To down in the Timber eOfictione
1st. competition -
44 vessels were being armed, and the by the removal of the office of that functionary Rule. papers put exceeding twenty dollars'or lne l

-Seaport militia of Constantinople bad been ordered to the upper room of the building in have of late been any thing else Markt'in. that'place.the Timber inspectors to more than five days, at the'd imprsne l

Commerce bas long suffered from the shallow out. The Prince of Servia had of offered to which the Republican is printed. While lan 'compromising' their anti-slavery opinions measure Timber contrary to the Laws of Intendant.. This ordinance to take' 'effect tl
at the Sultan I
place 45,000 men disposal .
bars and and as they have all along been soon a approved.
narrow channels that obstruct and a similar force was being raised in the pangs of extracting process are first this State, to the great loss and injury of the

the passage of large vessels to the. wharvesof Albania. It was stated that the occupationof 'by us in the loss of the list ; claimed a, in good Democratic standing,,the seller, and believing that these unfair and On motion by Councilman Williams, section

our Southern seaport towns. The pressure Moldavia by Russia and caused Austriato experienced of head organ at Washington is compelled unjust proceedings require concerl of acton 1 of the Ordinance passed Jane
of Western letters, it is to know that have 3,1822.
At- consoling
commerce seeking an 'we the part of the Timber Cutters, ,
lantic outlet, the increasing size of merchant Prussia unite maintains cordially with her neutrality.France and England. gained-the neighborship of the Collector. make some sort of a demonstration in view pa if possible, to secure for themselves justice; was amended 8 a to read a follows :

ships, and the researches of the Coast of the attitude they have now more boldly be it therefore. SECTION. 1. Rn it ordain*.*-] bir' ih.- T......
Count Gayluse was to leave Vienna on a ..
Survey, are all stimulating rival cities to pecial mist ion to St. in regardto NEW COTTON.-Mr. T. C. Andrews has taken. In a number of the Union of the 1. Resolved, That this meeting appoint dant and Councilmen of the Town of Jzc.
efforts to remove all impediments to commercial Petersburg! of one agent from each county here represented sonville, That all male Free Negroes
the Turkish question. banded us a specimen new cotton, grown early part of the present month, therefore, or
prosperity. And almost! every seaport and one in Darien, whose duty it shall Mulattoes between the ages of 16 and. 60
from Baltimore to Galvestop, is now The following extraordinary and highly.. by B. Hart, .near Payne's Prairie, these papers are deliberately read out of the be to ascertain, a near as practicable, the )ears, residing or staying within the

adopting measures to give safe and easy access important Russian manifesto reached London Alachua county. It was planted the 21st t parly. In an article of some length, in amount of timber which will be' ready for rate limits of the Town Jacksonville crp

to the heavy class of merchant vessels.A on the 5tb.JIanifesto."By. of March. The bloom given us is very long; which the excommunication is announced, market next fall, and the probable amount ty days after the passage of this Qrdidance,

few facts relative to the obstructions to the Grace of God, we, and silky of fibre, and is a fine4 specimen of I occurs the following : that will be cut during the next timber season shall have a Guardian, whose name,, with

chipping, will show that these efforts are I Nicholas I., Emperor and Autocrat of all the in East paragraph and open a correspondence with timber that pf bis ward, shal be registere.annually
Dot being made without cause. The depthof the Russias, Czar of Poland, &c.; &c., inform staple grown Florida.1 One of the great objects of the compromise buyers from other places besides Darien and in a book to kept te of

water in the channel of the Patapsco, in all people : We understand that over $800 i have been which: was effected in the Baltimore invite them into the market And until the the town, and the Marshal shal
front of the city of Baltimore, is so small Be it known to our beloved faithful sub. Convention in 1852, was that for the future timber buyers from the unfair each a certificate of Kiye'.1.

that only vessels of two hundred tons burden jectsthe defence of our faith has alwaysbeen ; contributed by our citizens, for the purchase the party might be relieved from all con- and unjust steps which they have taken, pay to the Marshal.registry sur of Ten eb Dollar'

can ascend the' river to .tile upper part a sacred duty of our blessed ancestors,I of a new Fire Engine for, the use of tbeFire nection with those quasi Democrats who we pledge ourselves to sel our timber to and Fifty Cnts' of which sum the

of' the city, the bars that block up the from the day it pleased the Almighty Fathers Company, and that the purchase of the new claimed fellowship with us, but who were others in preference to whenever we, shall rec iv cents for each Mar

channel are composed partially of solid ; for the maintenance of our holy obliga; one is to be made in Boston. constantly furnishing material to our enemies can do S on as good terms. We make this for his srvices and the balance to be paid

sand and shells and partly of cU>*y muJ. lions, witl.- rhich it is inseparably connected with which to assail us. The New pledge in no unkind feelings towards Darien, into Treasury a a contingent Jtad.

Charleston possesses a spacious and! con I has been the object of our constant care *The naval .MlIItin Claim. York Evening Post and Buffalo Republic for our interest is identified with the piosper- And that all female free negroes and aralattoet -

renienl harbor, but the depth of water, in I and attention. These, acting on the groundwork belong to that eMS of hangers-on to the ity of that place, but we make it in self-de between the ages of 16 and years,
the shallowest portion of the main channel, I of the famous treaty of Kain-adjii: The act passed at the last session Congress Democratic party sail under Democratic fence, and will be ready to rescind it when-- shall in like manner pay to the 6

is only twelve feet at low tide, and from which subsequent solemn treaties with the for the payment of these claims, authorizes colors, but who are, in reality the worst enemies ever the people of Darien will manifest a Five Dollars and Fifty Cents of Mara
17 to 18 fee at high tide. Two small rivers, Ottoman Porte fully confirmed, have ever ot the party." the Marshal
the Secretary of War to pay one disposition to fairly and justly with us. shal reein fifty cent for each
carrying but little earthy material in solution been directed towards upholding the right of of the and allowances of We fear,if the party ba been relieved" 2 Resolvfd, That no instanceubm certificate services, balance
empty into the Bay the Bar is formed I church. hat pay mounted 'evi.o te'
; our from all of those quasi-democrats" to e have our contra to be paid to the any free
of sand and shells. "But to our extreme grief in latter times, troops to the following militia' forces of the mulatto Treslrr.
mode and or female
r manner pointed out by negro refosinir
The Mississippi river is wide and deep, notwithstanding all our efforts to defeat the Territory of Florida, for the respective periods whom this applies, it,_ would not have attained l law. to comply with the above Ordinance,'shall 4

affording every facility to the largest class inviolability of the rights and privileges! of specified : Capt. Bush's company, the power it now possesses. Instead 3. Resolved, That any Inspector of timberor be imprisoned not exceeding ,'or
of ships, but an the main channel to the our orthodox church, the numerous and wile of the of them have be whipped
not Surveyor, be influenced not nine
can exceeding
"relning" by
from any
the 25th party
Gulf, the water at ordinary tides does not ful acts of the Ottoman Porte have infringedupon January, 1838, to the tSth thirty
those who hre attained to the elevation of person or combination of persons .to deviate at the discretion of the sp
exceed 12 feet, and at the rise.jpf tide there these rights, and threatened finally the January, 1839. Capt. Price's company, from the mode pointed out by law for tbemeasurement There being no Intendant before

is only from two to Iwo-and-one-half feet, entire overthrow of all that ancient discip. from the 20th Januarj 1838 to the 20th day leaders been endeavoring to wheedle them, of timber, is not entitled to I the Council, it adjourned.
and as ships of heavy draught must be pline so precious to the orthodoxy."All and to impress the American public, with
of July, 1839. Capt. Suarrez's company, public confidence, and we pledge ourselves G. C. POWERS, C, C.
dragged through the mud bank that bars the our efforts to restrain the Porte from
the that that
river, by steam from the 20th July, 1838, to the 20th January bele "compromise" superin never to patronize any one who has been -
the such have
loss ] vain and
tugs of time and[ acts proved even the honorable coalescence of all guilty of this but will enforcethe GOULD & CO.
an ex- transgression
money. occasioned thereby is frequently word: !of the Sultan _solemnly; ,given us, by 1839. law for said offence, whenever it comes BASJ
6'C: Ioi. himself, is soon faithlessly broken. Having 1 'The muster rolls according to which the tremes? From the day that the Compromisewas within our knowledge. foU.wne Vaa.LW'

Savannah, on the contrary, has a bar andi exhausted all the means of conviction-having adopted (?)at Baltimore-that the outrageous 4. Resolved That those and BOOKS.
harbor that affords safe and easy access ancTj in vain tried all the means by which payments were made, were to be sworn to tale was circulated that it not Inspectorswho have suffered themselves u"eyor be 'ohnson's Css 3'yol5'2d ed.;wrli a
good ancb to the claims be by the or senior officer in \a t
rage largest merchantmen. just can praceably adjusted, we captain surviving sanctioned when the in turned out of employment, rather, be: large of additional ;
The assemblage was a c
city is situated on the river, eighteen have deemed it indispensible to move our Florida of each company, and approved by dictated by a combination of interested i Caines' 3d d.3 vols; A nln'
miles from the sea. The obstructions to armies into lh; provinces on the Danube, in the Governor of the State. condition of the utmost order-from that day t are entitled not only to our Prius Rep 2d -. with many additional

navigation are in the channel of the river. order that the Porte may see to what his The there have been complacent assurances that persns past, but to our confidence tbank cases; Johnson's Reports,' 20 vols I ,, the latest
appropriation was much paf-
of money
heavy draught arc forced to stop stubbornness may lead. But even now w.e "s the all-healing operation bad commencedas j ronage for the future. ao and best edition'CoweaV New Yn
four miles below the city, and transfer their have no intention of commencing war. In as may be necessary for the p roses and .' Reports 9 vols.;' Wendell's New

cargo to lighters until the draught is reduced ocrupying those provinces, we will hold a aforesaid, out of any money in the Treasurynot though a thing of ink-mark foolscap An ports 26 vote.; Hi's N- Y. Reports R,
to about fourteen feet, before be sufficient pledge and for ourselves could bind together a body of men united Imposter.
they can ;: guarantee otherwise appropriated." ;! Deni 's N. 5 vols.! ;Bar.bout's -

carried that the up to 'the wharves. It is evident for the re-establishment our rights, under During (he time these claims have been but for the time, and but for the purpose of The individual referred to in the following Law Reprs Repr'N. Y.Const -
resulfbf operations in these differ any circumstances whatever. '. N.Y. SandfonfsSuperior
setting up the pieces of game, that would it : ;
ent ports must be modified tO'a great; extent Conquests we do not peek for. Rnssia before Congress, two of the Captain, Bush after1 Stakes.a account, appears, graced this county Court ,'2 vols.rJohnson's
lose its charm the had
by local influences. The volume of water does not require them. We seek to vindicate and Price, have died. They have been reported carried with a sojourn among us and as \T are Chancery Rep, voYs! HopkLn.. ..T.

brought in ly fresh water''feeders,the am'ountof those rights which have been so openly on front time to time favorably, and, off. s informed, married a lady here, but "left her Cb. Reports; Paige's N. Y. Ch, Report,

matter brought down h solution by those violated. We are yet ready to flop the if remember Upon the act of the,Union, and the inci a few years after with two children to 'take 10 vols.; Edwards' N. Y ChanceryFeports ; -

/eeders, the course of harbor tides, the char- movements of our armies if the Ottoman we aright, unfavorably. Various dent which prompt it, the Courier and Enquirer of." 4 vols.- Hoffman's Cb. Reports, 2d

acter of neighboring oceanic currents and Porte will bind itself solemnly to respectthe delegation and various attorneys, thus discourses care ed.; N.Y.4

other causes, must all affect the ultimate re- inviolability of the Orthodox Church ; have had a hand in getting them through : The Rev. Dr. J. F. Minor came to tbi S vols.;Sandfor's Chancer'. Reprs.N.Y.;
sult of the laboof the but if and ; "Upon no principle does the of city last June from
Engineers. obstinacy blindness will it otherwise but they eistence Montgomery; Ala. He Clarke's Chancery Reports, N.Y English'
were never got thiough till about ;
The most elaborate charts have been then, calling God to our aid, we leaveit I the Democratic party depend had just married an am young wife, Chancery 35 -{ormerJy
made by the Coast Survey. The best engineer to him to decide the juarrel, and in the the middle of the last session. The service than upon the Compromise; and the sacrifice and was in search of a home. He was,'we Rtptt published,

talent has been employed to determine: full confidence in the right hand of the Almighty performed was soitewhat that of1 minutemen of it in any degree must produce weakness understand, a' regularly; accredited clergy condens and references to nrb1

the proper means necessary to we shall move forward behalf of" and not strength. To lavish patronage upon men in the Methodist' Church, land
ensure success, on scouting in this and adjacent counties I, over ine American decisions, by John A. Duo-
and the Federal the Orthodox the enemies of the principle, is to sacrifice signature of Andrew.
appropriations have been income faith.: Bishop He preached
Esq., two entire volumes
lap, English
cases largely increased by corporate "My Success would render the government during a period when this portion of tb eState the principle itself. The major part of the here repeatedly, and a be bore himself likea one Phillipps on.JSvtdenctv i

enterprise.,_. The city of Savannah bas appropriated more popular than at present with the was threatened, and in a measure visited Ii I- Democratic Free-Soil leaders are at heart as true Christian, and possessed an agreeable vols.Amerca.; notes and references
---- extensiv
one ntuiared and sixty thousand Muscovite! party, which is not now attached i with Indian attack. I much opposed to the Fugitive Slave Law as address, he readily ingratiated bimsl into by the Ho i.Ezek :one of theJafces

dollars in addition! to the Government ap to the former by any good will. Under the act it was found about $28,500were ever. They have never in any way de. favor. After contracting debt and of the Supreme Court of the Stat of New

propriation. Charleston has, we believe, "Given at Peterhofis, twenty-sixth day: of due. eared their"acceptance of it, and whenever becoming involved, be took his ,e York, assisted by Nicholas Bill, Cons-
made similar but smaller appropriation, June, in the year of the birth of Christ, to' the', men, for which .certificates have broken silence in regard to i at for Florida, leaving his wife here, with the sellor at Law: N. Y. Digest.4 vo1 ., being
and it is probable that 1853 and were issued to the } There all, it bas been to it in
two or three years our reign the twenty eighth. Gvrnor1 were depreciate some indirect avowed purpose of returning with some a Digest of all the N. Y. CoBRhbh'Law
Vill determine whetber steam dredges, directed "Sealed: at Senate, St. Petersburg, the 150 certificates in all, of which i not more or covert way. The refusal of thirty negroes he owned in that State. He from the earliest period to the R
by the best engineering skill of the twenty-sixth of June 1853. than one of the Democratic members of been however ba por present
GO wee doliverpd.:owing to the death our Leg not gone, more than a American Chancery Digest, 3
day, are competent to remove the beds of "Signed:) ; NIKOLAI." and non-residence here of the other' islature to vote for a resolution endorsing before bis wife received a letter from Mobile, 185. Barbonr's Practice,
And and mud that obstruct our Southern The latest telegraphic dispatch, dated 'parties. it, and the open coalition which still exists I enclosing a ring he had taken from her and yols ; Chancery
In the of death 2 Vols., a new American work with extensive
barters, and afford a deep and convenient Vienna, July 5th, states that the Pruth was cases administration was in Masshusett between the Democratic announcing his death. Through the exertions a
collection of Precedents ,Wheeler'sCriminal
. chinnel! to heavy shippirg! at an expense passed by the Russians at Devva, a corps taken on the estates of many of the parties, Liberty Parties are true tokens of r of the Rev..A. R. Winfield, we learn 3'vols Hall; Recorder,

commensurate with the object to be attained.N. .* destined for the occupation of Wallachia, but we learn that the issuance of the certi- the real feeling by these sup. that means were raised which enabled Mrs. 6 vols. Cs ;Treatise City 2d ed. on
nkhing' ,
Y Courier tf Enquirer. and at Skoubany which porters of the Administration towards the Minor ; .
a to
corps was j cates to the administrators has been suspended And to, return to Alabama, where she the Practice' of the U. S. Grhm'I
invade Moldavia. Compromise. the preference which lives. This Cour
for further reference to the the Democratic of the I viaiD, we have Practice, 3d ed. 2, VQ!ls W
South '
A Chinaman party bas i been
who had stolen $ Depf. so informedvis not dead
too at Dry was seen
2d ed.
Town, was handed over to his oven country. Still Later. mer.t. The certificates of the abs nt parties generally given in the selection of candi by one of,our citizens a few weeks ago, in Trials 2d, ed.enlarged Paine's; C C. CmlU
men, who after Arrival of Steamer have also be dates to those who made themselves conspicuous Philadelphia in ; Repr
whipping( him, under pretext Europa. .to returned or withheld for company with another vole; Petersdorifs Abridgment -
of sending him to San Francisco, took him Halifax, July 19th.- .The steamer Eur the present. by their hostility. to the Compromise lady, no doubt another victim of his dccc p. ment, 17 vols. Wheaton's Law of Nations;
aside aid shot him I has is a similar token of the real feelings tion. Dr. Minor has his ;
through the head. pa arrived, bringing Liverpool dates of left hand just Cowen's
The Sonora Herald records the finding in July 9th.-The steamer Arctic, arrived at @ Our exchanges in other States might of that wing of the Democracy.. There bas above the wrist, is tall an J slim, ot.delicate Treatise, 3d ed. ,2 vols; BelCUAmerican

the heart pf that city, of a lump weighing Liverpool on the 6th, at noon. do a service to some of the scattered partiesby not in truth been any real submission by and well calculated deceive.-Ar- dors and Admiralty; ,Dirt's 4th ed. "Moaelr.Prctiet. .

-40 ounces, containing from 24 to 26 ounces copying the latter item of this notice. these extremes to the principles of the Compromise kansas True Democrat,June 14., 2 Purchasr. ;
of gold. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. nor any engagement of any kind, I CriminafJ-
individu :
S The Nevada Journal climates that 400. London, July 9th.-It is now hoped that Hear Both Sides. express or implied, that ihe:'old sectional short time iboye named was for a ding, 3 vols! ; Phillips on In uree J

Indians have perished from the ofmall the peace of Europe may be maintained by I issues shall not be re-opened. The Administration -. a travelling preacher in the 3d ed.; Eden on'Injunctions. :yolS nflt

# pox in that county, during ravages six months a Convention of France, England and Austria I The editor of the Fo7id'Reulcn, \in bas been endeavoring' tobuy that Florida"Conference.Conference At the first session of Statute 4th ed... 2'"ot) E

past. But few whiles take the infection. through which the demands of Russia an article headed its peace from these men ; but it has*been ,' Tallahassee, in ut r 12.voV
occasion to utter what be de its 1845, be,was appointed by Bishop Soule to They$r. constantly apple vItb> all lbs .
California{ Items. may satisfied in substance, iT not iu form. mslO\lbtless. peace by selling' fa birth-right. the Jacksonville of the various pukMei
a severe phillipic upon the The policy was suicidal." Circuit. His name appears ports 1.

Our Minister to Mexico. ol. FOREIGN ITEMS.-The Russian ministerat in that work) going into Bmmtr ofcers quarters at in the list of published appointments for ACHOL' CRIMINAL .RCICE';
JAMES Paris, M. has St. Alligator Planltroad. that year as "John JV. Minor." 'PLEADING,
< KisseliefF renewed the leaseof Augustine. We if ,the 'He married
xAD DEjr. our newly wonde. gentleman froaitM
appointed minister The the sixth American,
Mexico, attired in Ibis city, on Sunday.to his ambassadorial l residence for nine years. would have ,beln 8 severe, had those It seems the and somewhere local the East, and sustained a twelfth and S London edition, .f ABC-
from Washington This considered decisive of the Turkey officers selected Jacksonville as their summer intemperate uncalled forattack relation to the Methodist Church" in HOLD'S CRIMINAL PLEADING.
t* route for M.A
the in
the Montezumas.-Charleston capital question SIt resort 1 As Hal said to "Fat Jack," "See howa the editorial columns of the. : Jacksonville -, that section' for several, -years, where he hold's writings hare ben before ''pUo t
Cour r.'SAolCITr tale' News, of the 2d, upon the Savannah taught school, and was much nearly century t of the
is understood that the Emperor of Russia plain will put you ,Be it very esteemed ba *
do\nr subscribers fan*
to the stock in held. This edition
has offered 190,000 for the Franklinand known, then, to the sapient. ( ) [ ; that of the ,Alliga' by those who knew.blm.. ;He is a man of a of -
or A ,G1JIDER.-One day last not dollar tor Plank road Company, is At insinuating address, and it villain vaore comprehensive tb'any itspredeeessMfThe .
one of the a
week This will be joyful news appropriation for that the time as as. former editions confined to lJtsa a gander was-"on duty" near the Can to the stockholders. work is being "melted down," inasmuch as the editor of the .Ne was temporarily serted, above-isquaiifiedto! be 'a successful and Evidenco., present, ."b'
al Basin, at Albacy, in keeping guard over all the'officers connected with the work absent from his pot.leaving his one: was contained Te of, I ado& n ,
.a flock of goslings, which led to & rencontre There are rumors afloat of secret attemptson members of the United States are duties to be discharged by nd in whoso .If be is tUb) man we think he fa, the fully of the different th, &d ote

between his gandership and a roo ter. The the life of Louis 'Napoleon. One evening I and salaried officers Topographical'1Corps wisdom and discretion be bad 'confidence. cords of the Circuit of this County re of CRIMINAL PHCTJCE. It COn'three bo
that far .
contest however a number of were discovered so The.resnlt is that Curt volumes of pages
was of short duration for ropes from a catalogue of apologies will show that he \
selecting St. convcteml .
the stretched across the road to St. Cloud Augustine as a. pleasant follows from will b found by far the most eteDf&ok
intended the
seized the "of '
gander cock tbe'editor
the in
by neck and pen his horse-stealing and was punished and
resort, the officers of by standing on ever
the Ufulwork
flew into the to trip up the.horses of the i imperial summer corps web issue of the 9th 'for II c1&w EngUA
straightway canal, where he car take their : errors committed, by his in the lost his It cta the well as
(brut riage. It is said the Empress is up quarter here, on account his, p.lory.Snbseq'entlrihe a forms for eteryproceeding.
antagonist under water, and there very nervous pf the of substiut during ; ,The posi hand, :the Me prtc
the rpt
when she rides presence Surveyor G n.eral's .
out with him. ,
him ttotn be was dead. 'offl course of the Savannah, thodist Church.-Horttftan crthal.aJa
c. wIth ths.'un rif 9lh
"blch in : !aitcommunication ; subriber or district a \
Alex. Humbolt has written a' letter -- -C""J aforesaid is too well grounded -Jour tre.lo11d .Ut ;
jor reference ini; And for the to
ir ,
to "that i i1
The San Francisco maps be den& ob.
Times; '
says that mar. which be advocates the construction of an instead-, of.-Jdly'summering injured by such unreasonable and wholly ; into Criminal ,as well

feet U onl'llockedyitb'maiiyof the chief articles oceanic canal l, without' locks, across, the enoQghnnUmated in,the Republican's; as is plainly article gratuitous attacks from' atlye quarter, F'EXPORT or LARGE.PINE T .-Under prrou'bowlp: ot'f.po"o a"ad :

of consumption Some lately arrived Isthmus of Darien,''havingreference to thecorptiictiv > mai ., yet they regard,the cours oar, Jacksonville our ship'news head .this' morning IB wilt be Cr Lw, BaNLS&
ngaged on >scon it
.'cargoes have been sold at a discount of ten point on. the.Gull of.SaD Miguel and Cupica. nected wlMUheJlrork for, the cotemporary regret as exhibiting noticed' the ezppttulromn (Doboy',.Island! )' Ut Nassau it.,Ne'c
cent. of "
f er the cost. Consignees are in. report an unfriendly disposition towards of ,
1 beadoftb'oporaphical l ., In refe those Darien 44 large pine m ,to Ant 474.Broadway.Colnmnl !'
ctracted to bold onor higher prices. Ship- Athens July2d.-T American Envoy rence'to operations on the St.John's Bar, the feeling a.common interest ,in.the development : be as I long and large as'any,u.beleved ee, July.1. .. .. -
,, pets,frei to order them to draw fur immediate all-wise'I)'editor ought to knowtthat orderswere'iseued of the resources" "Florida.. ,The ed; from the United States We bar eporte .-, -
be reva
*?V and this expenditure alone cation' of the sentence against Mr. from the itorof.the News will, doubtless be' more returns recently from Darien '. Q ,
half a1 Klg. Department to suspend we think *
qoaU* million i future 1.t
'*batainoufi cf goods at per'least month to, be requiring forceS ,A Dublin paper says tbSqith O'Brienwas all 'operations, until "a joint commission, others remembering!in'delegatingbiiduties, ; to the export, of pine timber and I lumber this ,.Wear authoriied to annwinee GB9GZ

poo the,trad.' residing at Norfolk; John Mitchel. comnposedof1citizens': East.Floridaandofficerp'of can shoe a ; that"becujea man, year have been .about thirty 1111ns'of feet, 8. HEUBERT ..cantata'for &.

at and Doherty. at I-obartTown the Engineers;:shoold:deciJe'upon address a borae'eell ctt ; or' and a" equal amount ba.Been, /exported the offiee of -PiokATK; O Cll
United States r-allwell. f the'nature of the work to be'done,. D* )qualified from Savannah Georgia now exports more at
Commissioner MOXTOM of discharge the'r ponslble! te ege1tfoa f Ot
; pertain pini'lumber than !1. ?
New York; in a case: of VAN ORDCM, ah up- HEALTH GKACRAL SCOTT,-It will.,be ',We take ,the above;'j interrogations', and i log tp the'.chairjeditoriaL.-Sav i .: Georgian. 14thnst.. ,Maine-.Sav.'Republica. ; '..,. ,_: : : .
> '
all from Vhe'ncYenj i
; prentice .whose rendition his .
Ci/yof BOPOSAX.8
to willbereoeiTedhtsKET
master uMi
in remembered that General Scot met wmth'i" tSaturdaylasLIt ; I That's, rthet severe..on.fie c>ear.ouHhe "- 1, !
:Congress NewJeney coumonlyknown wu claimed underMbe as'"the: (act of. severe accident,lome,'" : while 'appears' I that tbes remarks {\n' our, :last I truth, 'i.,'we, ,suppose,the>p/ear,ever_ ..New ORLIUSS'iab'MoB: fUii.apAp>- July-. ; i' CmTEtuC ;.

Iw.wbu decided that the act does fugitiveslave not We walking learn i .Nint Tribune street in that New he is'York. week'sljsueiin'referencetothe' -cessation. ,oftheifiejd'laSoriolfthiB shod &borse'solabale; t ::of cottbri r The Mobile papers
;;:.applto>> apprentice; This decision u important lowly,h the ofhis,.. 'arm' very Ii :J' CansJ[SnveTloflicejs, addressed a:jary.in his)ife. t1'jr and MpbHe Ne,w Orleajis. iu.tWelearjrwit. .' rJ r$fed.J.--.
**; oyrng' use i impinge ,___ '._ *' ," & :;; ,,'a; {ail-, 11JoIiojotstraot.to.zten4
bu in ider -
.as it been. .. the practice, heretofore is very Jie va, .{the.full upon,parties a manner t;bavprovoked ; \ road betw .eompaIHetQtbuddlg subscripttioVfor on eah rnnn1ngfflIeath ,
>"* ;:wr believe, to"surrender apprentices use but 'restored a'champion who defends T Nii il'hO\1fJ lower i it'has...seen
to He thee"Maried -
: !* t $ lr--;
blm. ""' thMobUecornpany:; 'set on UMes y
; i nowlir : OO.OO
bad! ; hloor
fled Lt '
New York
.wbo to ( "
.-vltbor rom "wivice. ". or at West Point' for ,the btft officers'!! as tougb'lme grave waaiiU! -r was. ., to be Open on"the' : s ;
,' t2"in
dw another Jenny b'niGoldscli 'are.
Malt. < bealib.- :, : bad fceea\m \u' '- iniJtiawd to b.'th main opea,u nlU : >W ,. ," cjj .
"ir. ,:! : ,. tt the ex- & .t' .w ;
'; -? *or.je.\V. happy of a fijio daogbtera C ; J' .
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:IwE: ; AYANNAH' .
pORT between the .4:1' : A
ondersIne W
POR PKELPflTL .' aryieef Onn fc Herndon.is this day, dissolved the bI ".TG.d.TipHA..
by mutual -
L <
consent. The business VMORREtiir&'Co. ;
New York. Gt the V oiITER1um .
tRs1w;SbolP1. w ill U ,

JI11Elltil'fl Waunrrlch1. United States Majl J ine.' portion,adjosted upon whom by John all indebted Bro.an except requested a'sSS FUJI: in 'ram -. ke1e5ale GreceiyLiquk. and: JNO. S. ; ,

: J.G.FUOL PanoUo Xenuebu -' *aU and make immediate payment,asiiJsMce f Frovki6& Dealer GAR

Frien of Col. CHARLES A. Philadelphia and Savannah Seam 'Naviga d ary to close np the books- of tie late firm withoatJyJMw W.B..tea' .mrrs'.BUILDUCS 1aV&OR.G. 1 1t I I! He. .189 .5r jr.C1J.4RIESTONUAS Lt'3d ,

-'be Company. % constantly oa hand a well selected stock to, Congress) and the
in ** x. B_ ,OWtA HERNDON. .. N.F.. WEBSTER. td C.
MlTCBEL take pleasure aaaoaneing mHE Dew aiY.pienaia: u.-of Lhpors aaft Groceries,which he offers .: .
&ide- -
_ZAjI k! JlTDCla oPrBa STMUI JeCrimea. 1 ,. wheel t *nuhlp ,Cantion. Housev_ Fnrnlshiaff' ErtaPlfehMeat. for sale low .Orders from' the eoantry*earefnllT He refers to' 'r-
i and promptly attended to. a .
w-L: "STATE .
=QJC11'1'. HUT : I,nAtIoDi regiaier.Capt.WALTJRCOLLlNS'OF GEORGIA A LL persons are forewarned from 'trading for : Funltiu*fey WlM.!.*and ILttL1. i',t ? .TeTmi.-.CAiU 0*Crt, .*c ntncz., he t he .. .w. *
a certain pRE subscriber desires to call the ipso w
farther trw
,- URTJESflIP.be Willieue Savannah AI followl I ., note given to J. W.Bryant,or JL at- ApnIT.y routine ef hosiaesa .
bearer tention of the Florida
Cz1CO'JT as the consideration of said public to his weU
OB.WILUAM A.FORWARD, Wednesday July Wednesday. _?. bin een complied with. Therefore 1 shill note not baa pot k establishment,for the sale of I! GEO. ABBOTT k CO, WASHINGTON, May 10 IS33. _
July 27. Ie October till compelled hr law. pay F FURNITURE HOUSE FURmstUNO
esf' the Cireait Court for the Eastern Jndi- "
;' Florida wffl be Toted for the Angnst24. r July21,1833.' House-keepers merchants themselves ,
QrcIIi&.r by II November 2. can supply t.e-w. I -IIL"fii o.QDtrai
September T. with 9'OI1S cf
every article for
Cireait to fill the same office which November 16. general use or for

fL.1.I1a.w;,;j io2di,at the election in October DuLJ.J1 This to Ship the safety baa been and built comfort with of the her strictest regard ALL PERSONS,late of Columbia indebted to George W.Ro forming Everything a good"in store the stock line business mentioned ; P '5YVA.vE t.W.A'

passengers, county dMwaaed CITY1
on land
and her including Parlor Hall Bedroomand PU.T'TY'
&cCOmmodationa are
J. _ _ _ lteamship the are UDll1rp&11ed b7 any requested to make. immediate payment to the Kitchen Furniture.and sales will be made GLASS .aDJ Ialntwso4&t.Papjjafcr.
on cout. undersIgned; and all persons having And T ry deeerlptlON of PalaU (
friends of LESLIE A.THOMPsoN Cabin Passage from against said demands upon as rood terms as purchases can be effected t ,1
--.The Sannnah to Phila estate are required to present them at the ortb.- I. In si salnt Store < L MAN SInstantaneons ,

at present one of the Associate Justices of Steerage delphi., . t20 duly proven within. the MARY-A.time required by law. hOld established MQRRELL'S.stand.. Savannah Ga. No.: 97 East Bay, Charleston, S. o. Liquid Hair-Dvs. .
to Stpr 'Co rt, announce him to the rotersat (c. A. L. LAMAR,Agent In SaY&DDah. JR176th.1853. 14-6V ROBERTS,Adm'x. mare Also on> hand Fresh 7 lit_ only- ./MfcMAnwoiis Uair-Dyt irAidk is sr.maamtr .-
Camphrae and Burning :
.cfl"a di&&te for Cmu iC3TIC of the HERON & MARTL"i, WEBSTER AND PALMES Fluid,'and every description of Lamps and Chan For sale- by
approaching election in October Agent in Philadelphia. Lime! Lime! deliers for Ml:
iii the _Feb.24-tf burning. the'same. at the Manufacturers'prices. JOHN PAYNE.
DEALEBS IN J Jacksonville Florida.
300 Bbb Eastern Lime per Brig Rebecca Mole's _
Agent for Fire *
New Provisions and Francis, received and for sale GROCERIES, Proc/Paint. G.rjiA *s Liqnro Hint-DTE b the only article
.The Friends of CoL RYRD M.TELLSO b7. A.M.REED. (Successors to'A. Welles &Ce.-at the old April 7-y new ailed in this 'eity. Gentlemen'who'-wear

N.of Jacksonville announce him as a RECEIVED peuchr. James House and sch. J1U Stand whiskers -Mostacbios of a gray or reddish
New York ,) Johnston Crews &Brawley hue,wishing to attend Ball
the office of ASSOCIATE JusTiex'ofOi ,, a or Party can an- .
CMdWf Ten bbls new Mess Pork; Fresh Groceries. NO. 195 BAY STREET, pear in a suit of black by devoting one *addi
Supreme Court of the State, at the approach- One thousand lb. new Sides; Jan.27.6m. SAVANNAH,GA. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS tional minute to their toilet, fat using the very
Do do do new Shoulders FRESH supplies of Groceries and Provisions, JOS. V.WEBSTER. GEO. F. PALMES. DRY GOODS celebrated article which heads this notice"" .
tag\_ _ Eight hundred Ibs. choice Hams _just received. and for sale by 1Pi7o LUp-
.n.Friends of CHARLES H. DU- Five hundred Ibs.Leaf Lard. ; j,14 A. M. REED. BEHII & FOSTER NO.181 EAST BAT,CHARLESTON,8.C.t m19

POST tt Cadsden county Florida announce Six_ boxes new Cheese ALSO;, fflHE UNDERSIGNED keeps eonstaptlyon FACTORS AND COMMISSION 'jlERCHANTS .A. S.JOHNSON, J. H.'BRAWIJCT, Watches, Gold and lSflrer.Ware.. ..
for "ASSOCIATE JOSTICE"of -H hand a full of Ii' A. J. JAKES .
Ida si&candidate Three boxes Pine Apple Cheese. supply Y GROCERIES CREWS BXAWLKY. IM H.PULLER A CO. .
Coat of the State at the approach- For sale by F. WAVER. & CO. AND PROTISIOXS consisting partly SAVANNAH GEORGIA. AtlSTIJJ CANNADAT. A.S.3.FERRT. *
tbi Sort" jft WHOLESALE
o Goshen Butter Cheese .
Lard Ham
Jacksonville ,
July 25 Jan 6-ly .
1853. 23 _
October next. -V '
tof dectios in Bacon Sides and Shoulders,Flour P. H. BERN, JOHN FOSTER. WATCH JEWELRY ROUSE

Sugar of all kinds, Coffee Teas Soda,Butter, jan27-6m No.227 Baltimore...,S.E.eor.of Charles st.
"We are authorized to announce the Mess Pork. Sugar and Boston Crackers, Pilot Bread. IMPORTERS of English od Swiss WatCheS

A- & SEMMES as a candidate for rejjetjas 1 4> BARRELS just received and for sale Madteral, Herring Codfish. Syrup.Molasses McMAHON & DOYLE (srCC 8SOR'TO M'CARTER&ALLEN,) deacnlptiouWatch ease
Boa. S. N. AVTfT.i4M by Beans Potatoes Tobacco Sp.Segars, Snuff. WHOLESALE Maken and Manufacturers fit Ii,. Geld Jewelry
to the office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the WHOLESALE &
J We call the attention Qr Southern
ul7 26. 28 ALSO and Western
cgMtme Cout,at the next October election. Brandy Fruits, Preserves:Prunes, Sardines, llflCEliIE AII 1iimls B OllSll1I1S' I n S1IIIIIILn do in Watc.Jewelry and SilverWare tour

Cognac Brandy, Peach do., Scotch Whisky, very extensive stock,wiring them that In
Three t Corner Meeting and o article in our line shall allow .
Cheers we any establishment
3.177.Tbe Mpnonrahela Whiskey, Holland Gin, Madeira FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, .
Friends of the Hon. THOMAS Wine, Cherry do., Port do.,Claret do., _Charleston, S. C. to surpass us?either in quantity, quality or
NO. 190_BAY STREET low
Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! for the Champagne Absyntbe. ,, or price We". .only Wholesale lions
DOUGLA.S (late Judge of the Eastern Circuit,) ALSO: (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston&Co.) etDmplete' assortment of LAW. in this branch of trade in Baltimore and shall

induce him as a candidate for the office ofMSOCLLTE corner Wo. 4, Bay st., Jacksonville. Dry Goods. Shoes, Blankets, &e. Formerly occupied by Chat. Hartridge, Esq. MEDICAL SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUSBOOKS use every merchants fair mean to *to induce Southern and Western
Court at the Which I will sell low for cash country SAVANNAH GEORGIA. open accounts with. Our
JUSTICE of the Supreme cr pro.une. ,
together with terms shall be liberal
FINE WINES LIQUORS, below i d T. G. MYERS. accommodating as
election in October next July 2 cost, for cash, by the quantity or jy" I JOHN M'MAUON. JAMES DOTLE. PAPER apd STATIONERY, of every can possibly be found in the United States

demijohn. jan27.ly description! kept constantly hand,and offered We will take great pleasure In showing our
authorized to goods to Southern and Western
announce Madeira merchants
-We are Wine ,
rery old. schr.N. L. Davis and steamer Carolina at the loVest prices. jan6-6m
: whether '
they accounts with
PER ns or not.
Sherry do open *
do ANDERSOrtiS a OO ,
candidate for the
JAMES M. as a Ie Bbls Flour;5 Bbls Mackerel; J L. H.MILLER It CO. '
Champagne, 2 V. in pints. 2 Bbls. Lard 2 Casks FACTORS AND GEN ERA L
See of Solicitor for the Eastern Judicial Circuit Claret Wine. ; 4 Brandy; feb3-6m Jmpon.enotWatehee.Bahimo.

ef the State of Florid, at the approaching Port doB&ANDIBeCt 4 Bbls Whiskey choice brands; COMMISSION MERCHANTS CHARLESTONHOTEL -
4 Bbls Sugar; 8 Boxes Soap; 2 do Codfish; .
action in October next Brandy; very old. 4 Kegs Butter; 5 Boxes Ada'ne Candles. SAVANNAH GA. BY MALONE$ TAYLOR,_

T.the Vctcrs of Doral County. Do Cherry do. jan27.ly Meeting,street between Hayne and Pinelney, MERCHANTS..
Circumstance induce me again to announce Hum,amaica,very old. do. New Grocery and Provision Store. .STOVE DEPOT i CHARLESTON. S. C. PHILADELPHIA ,

yseli to yon as a candidate for re-election to the Old Whiskey, various qualities, by the jan 6-ly Very respectfully solicit consignments of-

Office of JUDGE of PKOBATE of your County bbl. THE undersigned respectfully informs the cit- AND GENERAL FURNISHNG WARE Southern Lumber, Shisdes., &c.be. .
it solicited Ale, in pints, Cordials, Lemon Syrup, Olives, of Jacksonville ana vicinity that he ROUSE. (Ha dESSEN, Keferto .. ; ?
lour support respectfully Pickles, and Fine Teas. Also, Tobacco, verb has opened a new stock of 10 12 Awl 14 BARNARD STREET SAVANNAH, GEO.rilIlE Commission merchant. A.HcCALtA Cashier Camdeu'Bank,N.J.:
FELIX LIVINGSTON. low, by the quantity, to close stock of Groceries FAMILY GROCERIES & Subscriber most respectfully invites a JONATHAN BROCK,Philadelphia;. .
at. No. 4, Byrne's Bui Id Inc. PROVISIONS, JL call at his Establishment,where effort WHOLESALE DEALER. E.T.RJCHARDSOT,' 'do. _
gj-Tfce: friends of ISAAC SWART present July 28. In the Store formerly occupied by S. N. will be made to give satisfaction. The every largest In Groceries arrd Llqu orB. T.E. BccEmAff,Jaefsonville,Florida.

kit aftste u a candidate for JUDGE OP PEOBATEf whereevef7 article WILLIAMS for Use and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor NO. 139 EAST BAY, February 17, 1S53.* _

Thirst County at the ensuing election in Octoternext Dr. 4. Uphain's Vegetable be obtained on reasonable necessary terms Family, and for cash.can Stoves, from the best Manufactures. All CHARLESTON, 8. C.
I invite a call from purchasers. kinds of Hollow Ware, Hardware Cnttlery jan 6-ly WAT HES AID JEmJlY:
Pile Electuary. JnlyT J.B.HOWELL Wooden-ware Brushes,Guns-single and double
barrels,Pistols,Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps.
s .a.r.L
.We are authorized to announce JOHN W. # I DESCRIPTIONS -
A &s. Also all
certain Cure for Piles &e., constantly manufacturing
cither Internalor
P&ICE as a candidate for Judge of Probate of External, Bleeding,or Blind. New Butter and Cheese. kinds of Plain,Planished and Japaned Tin-ware Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JJl or

Dors county,at the ensuing election in October for all inflammatory Diseases, affections 5: Firkins new Delaware Co. Batter Camphene and Burning Fluid-constantly on SADDLES, BRIDLES Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry
A.LSO 4. 5 Boxes new Cheese; hand. [Jan27-1yl J. MAURICE. ,
txt June 23d. the SkiD, and impurities of the Blood 1" Pine Apple Cheese. SADDLE CARPET BAGS and Silver Ware,

rising b the from any source. Prepared and sold onlyy Just received per steamer from New York, PRICE & VEADER KL&HSICSS, atretan, at much less than the usual price .
Weare authorized to announce OSCAR original proprietor at his Medical Office, ,
July & CO. &C. &C.
Bowery, >ew York, and by his 147 .JURGENSENVATCDES
HART as a candidate for Judge of Probate of agents NO. 165 lEETING STREET
Devil County, at the ensuing election in October .hrongbont the in United States. The genuine has HIRAM SMITH'S FLOUR. Bay street Savannah, Oplosite Charleston Hotel., Real Jules Jnrgensen Watches,received by eve '
my a y own handwriting. all times keep a large assortment of fine T arrival,with certificates from him with each
Bert. June 23d. July For 23.sale at APOTHECARY HALL. 1 0 Bbls of this Just choice received Flour, AT CLOTHSCA.SSDIERE8 Jail 6-ly CHARLESTON, s. c. watch. ,warranted perfect time-keepers. "
- IlL EDITOR Please announce the name of JnlyT F. WAVER & CO. AND VESTINGS, HARDWARE. COOPER WATCHES, .
Which they are prepared to make to measure in .
and in
JOHN D. McKINLAY, as a candidate for the the Also Duplex Levers Hunting and Magfc Cs .
Auction. best
manner. lea,perfect time-keepers.
Office of Tax Assessor and Collector for Dual NO.4 NO.4
Ready-made Clothing COURTNEY T iiiMiNT & Co.
MONDAY August 1st, at 4 o'clock, P. INDEPENDENT SECOND
County, at the election in October next and ON M., will be sold from and at the Warehouse BYRNE'S BUILDING.To A large Stock of FINE Clothing,of good materials DIRECT LMPORTTRS OP and Quarter Second Watches .for *timing .

Wife MANY VOTERS. of A. M. REED Esq., to close consignment and well made. HARDWARE, CUTLERY GUNS PISTOLS bones,in gold and silver eases. .
With a large variety of FANCY ARTICLES, tc.. -
1'. the Voters Dnral Comity. Five thousand Cuba Segars; Planters and Others. Hats, Caps,Canes.Umbrellas, Shirts. Cravats .No. 35 Haifne Street CI1UONOMTER3. .
One hundred sacks Stocks, Scarfs tte. &e. All of which will be naasr3 Splendid Gold Pocket Chronometers, which
I respectfully announce myself my fellow-cit- (200 bushels) Alum Salt; SELLING OFF at PRIME COST.-In order IIIl. a without variation. '.
One hundred gross assorted Brads the entire Stock before I go North sold at the LOWEST PRICES. WM.C. G.B.TENNENT, run any .
beat of Dnral ; .
County as a candidate for the Fifteen barrels Flour; I'll sell Goods at cost when a bill of Fifty Dollarsor Savannah,_March 4th, 1853. iDly COUTFEs B. EVA S. EIGHT DAY WATCHES.'

.&;of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Four boxes Tobacco; upwards is made. jan 6-ly Watches which run eight days. .

of sail County -pledgtng myself, if elected to Three boxes Lemon Syrup; July 7. J. M. CLEILAND.Smith's WM. R. SYMONS, i i E AMEL WATCHES, -- .

discharge my duties to the best of my abilities. One Sixty mat pairs Raisins Women's; Bootees; Hiram Flour, Bacon, Pork DRAPER' AND TAILOR, D. A. AMBLER, for Ladies some ia hunting eases. .
Jtd I. V. GARNIE. '
Twenty Butt
Butter &c.TUST
Two dozen Jack Planes for Ladies some in magic -
; :
oGIIORG&: STONE presents his name as Two dozen Blacking Brushes; RECE VED/Crom New York- MAGIC WATCHES .
candidate for CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Two dozen Cotton Cards; er Twenty fibls Hiram Smith's Flour; NO. 11 WHITTAKER STREET S 161 MEETING-STREET, 'z
which into three different watches.
COURT Buys county at the October eleo- One Hhd Bacon Shoulders; I Twenty Bbls pore Genesee do SAVANNAH, GA. jan6-ly CHARLESTOS, t. c.Wholesale change which
Cheese Pork, &c. Mess Pork, Bacon Sides, Goshen Batter p Gloves, Suspenders Shirts,and Gentlemen'sFurnishing Watches Wind TJp.
t msl the instance of several friends. Sale positive, without reserve.CHARLES White Lead,and articles Hat is Cap Warehouse and turn the hands without any key.

April 7th.fchTheuame. UE WAAL, Four Hunered Bushels Corn; generally. NO. 161., MEETING ST., opposite Charleston i Fine Gold Lapine Watches,4 holes, '
JT 23 Auctioneer. For sale by jan27.ly Hotel Charleston. The undersigned jeweled. .' $28 .

of Captain SAMUEL SOMERS: Jnly7 S. N. WILLIAMS. BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM, basin several Store manufacturers and is constantly all of the receiving different from kinds his Fine Gold Detached Lever, ..' 39 .

ii hereby announced as a candidate for the office A Great Bargain. BY of HATS and CAP suitable for the"southern Gold enamelled Watches,for the Ladies 33 "

er Tax Assesswand Collector of Dnral county, NOTICE. and southwestern markets,to which he invites the Gold English Patent Levers 85 ,.
*t the October election. p NO COLORED PERSON will horeafterbe .t m t attention of merchants desiring goods in his line. Geld English Patent Lever, but' eases.'68
DRUG STORE FOR SALE. allowed to travel on any of the boats run in the business ; Silver Patent Levers,as low as 16
GEATKLLT HILL,June 20, 1S33. ning between Savannah and this port unless ac GEORGIA: Having many years experience hiS "' Detached Levers, .> 14
flatters himself that and <
Undersigned offers for sale his Stock of prices quality
THE companied by their master or owner or having a AMBLER and all other styles-of Watches.at equally low
-1'he Friends of URIAH BOWDEN present ,MEDICINES,&c.,with the priv special ticket to be retained by the Captain of: WHOLESALE DEALER IN goods cannotbeexeelled. prices. ,.

his name as a candidate for the office of ilege of the best store in the town. The stock the steamers, and to be endorsed if required by BUTTER ANI CHEESE, DD 'J1n"nalm. .
was purchased with great care,and will N. A. COHEN & OOHN
SHERIFF compare some well known person. Parties interested will Diamond Ear-rings Pins Bracelets Finger
OFDUVAL COUA'TY at the. favorably with any of the same amount that can be, take notice this rule will be DIKECT FROM .
please as strictly enibreed. ? Importers & Dealers'of Rings, and Crosses,-for sale at much less than.
October election. found. The trade is rapidly increasing, and as GOSHEN NEW YORK. the usual prices.
June I. 1851. the town is growing so rapidly a corresponding CLAGhORN & CUNNINGHAM Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods
income of trade may be expected. When the S. M. LAFFITEA U. yMOOIIE NO. 175 EAST BAY JEWELRY.
P.l..IItslg. plank road now in contemplation is completed p Agents at Savannah. Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar &Bro. AH kinds of> GOLD CHAINS, Pure Coil
who Jacksonville will supply the interior .f Florida, All llhIllliItOI WEDDING RINGS,Gold KEYSand SEALS.
use Vermifuge composed CHARLESTON
I F. WAVER & CO., jan6-6m B. c.
of CaKr Oil, CalomeL Ae. are not aware 1 in a great measure with Goods. To any one Geld PENS and PENCILS. G ld and Silver
that,while they appear to benefit the patient, wishing to engage in this business,a rare oppor WHOLESALE DUUGGISTS, THIMBLES BRACELETS,BREAST PINS
they are actu.U71&J the foundation tunity now --offered. My reasons for offering jy7ia at Jacksonville New Stock Spring Goods. CUFF PISS, LCCKETS EAR .RINGS
a series -
Jane *
23 1853.
of diseases such as salivation, loss of sight, the Store for sale, is that I have other business AND DEALERS Gold and Silver SPECTACLES,Gold TOOThPICKS
which will take all of time. PAINTS OILS WINDOW GLASS 4c CHA&M ,C AT .ECU4L .
weakness of limbs tte. my Any communication Ml
Ja&DOthereohunn will be found the advertise I win be promptly attended to. JOSEPH V HERNANDEZ, ; MUSTARD SPICES, & SNUFF B flOATS SOS AID &0.Ao -

Aeatof Hobensaek'sltedteines, to which we ask JOHN M' PAYNE. PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, &c.I VMIIWUUWy 811rerV.r.. wSTEttUNC .
J DRAPER TAILOR No. 30 East South of the Post Office
Fla. ,
Jacksonville Bay.
May 19th 1833. .
the attention of all directly interested in their AND LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS SILTEA, BTOOSS, :CUPS, TORES ;

and all disorders arising from those of a Regularly for Lake Monroe. V. HERNANDEZ returns thanks jan27.6m &C.&C. fir
Eflisos *TM,'you should make use of the wy w* THE steamer SARAH SPALD14 JOSEPH friends and the public generally for rI"VIE Subscriber offers for sale a weD-seleeted .WEDDING CAKE SMITES
genuine Medicine,Hofcensack's Liver Fills.JOBe ? ING.having been purchased Dr. the liberal patronage he has received and hopes, HARD. WARE.I .. JL assortment of the above Goods specially Watches and Jewelry exchanged.' All WatchI
not deeeired-but ask for Hobenssck's B* A.S.SPEEJt has resumed her by by strict attention to business, to merit a eontin* reeeivinja adapted to the Southern trade,which will be sold es warranted keep' good time, .or the money-
Hrm Syrup and Liver Pills and observe that regular HAVE on band, and am constantly : at the lowest rates for cash or approved returned-
trips fromJJacksonvQle to Lake Monroe. touch vance the same. Having just received a fine of Hardware consisting o paper.
each has the of the J.N.. fall supply ; Merchants visiting the city are invited to an Repairs.
signature proprietor lug at the intermediate landings. aasortment Goods,consisting of blue and black Cooking Utensils,Mill Saws,Cross Co
UOBENSACK. ,as none else are genuine.HOLLOWLY'S She will leave Jacksonville every Satu&lry CLOTHS of different qualities black and colored Saws Cutlery,Hoes, ,Chains Nails Axes Blacksmith and inspection of the stock.R. AH kind of Watches and Clocks cleaned and

"s7 morning at 8 o'clock; arriving at Palatka same CASHMERES i'"ENS.and DRILLS for Carpenters Tools and all other articles usually A. PRINGLE.SO repaired in the best manner at much less.than
evening. pants, VESTINGS of different patterns,TRIM liDo of busloeu. East Bay South<)f the Post Office the usual prices.. .
PILL. A WOHDEETCL REXEDYPoa Leave Palatksrery Monday morning at 1 INGS, Ice.,&e., direct from the North be is prepared kept m7, C. HOPKINS' Allnt.- Jan 6-6m: Charleston S C. Goods sent*y express or mail t au parts. of
IHDIBBSTIOM: Biuonn CoxrLAixnt AND to execute aU work entrusted to his V V the States. '
o'clock. fer care Ga. United
Enterprise St. Savannah
at 177 ,
; arriving Enterprise I Congress ,
HEADACHES Thomas Goodman of .
: ,Esq., the same night. with despatch and ia a workmanlike manner.He OEO. O. AT.T.NS!
Baker tit,Portman Square, had for many years The Sarah Spalding carries the U. S. Mail invites all to give him a call on Newnan st., jan27lyJNO. ;WM. M. TUNNO, Welches and '
geed froa indigestion and frequent BilioMtrlrt I from Palatka 2d doer from Dr. Byrne's new building assuring IItlJH.tn-'tif' Jaoanf, ,
& and was very seldom free from severe hauled as to be in nterpri excellent e. She condition will be so for over : the public that his prices shall be moderate,and M. COOPER CO., Factor.and Commission Merchant, Wholesale and Retail r-

lick" -" He had consulted the most emi service and the accommodation of the all garments warranted fit. < WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IlIf- ForF1orIda Produce) No. U Wall sU,ad floor,near Broadway
meat fihysleiaas and surgeons of the Metropolis BISBEE'.. CANOVA.passengers :,N. B. Cutting and repairing at the shortest I ( June 16-y NEW YORK.
But ,*uid derive no permanent relief from their Apri12S-tt.: 'Agenta.Opposition aetice. Fe1 IO-y Books. $ Stationery, ftJ-NO.. SOUTHERN WHARF,- -

remedies. At last tired out by their ill-success CORNER IT.JULIAN. 8T8, Charleston S. C.myl9y DOLtNEIl & POTTER.
be resorted to UM use of Uollowsy's Pills which Line TEN THOUSAND ACRES LAND .WHIIAKER.'. RanS" ..
carryingthe ,, General Commlssloa Mercaanti
so renovated his system and strengthened bis constitution SAVANNAH ,

that he neither suffer from bile, Indi- U. S. Including, no". COOfCT, :WX. .'OLCOT1", I. MA??V. 1M Front Street Corner Uald**. Laa. .
gestiom, or tt 4>fbf, bat ajoys the best of Mail Valuable Plantation 'with ; Up Stairs Hew York. .
ntLwLEW executed vitlfs. NOTICE.ALL WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
Palatka Fla. and Savannah' Improvements Printing. ,''and Bookbinding persons are hereby forbid trespassing'I to their eare. .Particular attention given 'to the :'
1fl.ka.tor BcleHUfieTVonder-Iitrom Ga.I : nealnes and despatch. *. lands oa the St. John's river tEl* :oi Cotton Lumber Timber and Turpentine. ':
TAuT TO.DYSPEPTICS.-IV. J. 8. HOUGH-- (INSIDE ALL THE WAY) WELL known as the residence of the late I Foreign Books imported to order at N. Y..prices. tracts lying on both sides of the river,between i I also to the purchase of goods. -_ -, *

TOys PEPSIN;the trw IHftttiw Fluid or Via Picola.ta, Black Creek and Jacksonville, .1. H.McIirrosH,, Feb lOot **: Hambly Old Store sn.-Meant Tucker and on Liberal advancements made oa consignments.Cj .

Gtatrie Jvict prepared from REKKET, or the Fla, and St. Marift, Brunswick, and Darien Only Fifteen Miles from Jacksonville, direct. parchmeofMFaper Letter-Copying Salt Spring;at the all north end of Lake to tie George full ex-; | .ebmnery 19, !- !
1 shall -
rora-n STOXACB: or THE Ox after directions ofVwnLJEBEG. Ga. ly upon the St. John river. .. NOOKS.-Thz Paper is very Wngh; show I as prosecute tnsspassers. .

tbe great physiological Chem- The subscriber has been appointed,Agent for np a perfect and distinct copy, and offers teuteftheIaw0 M. HERNANDEZ; Spiritualist's Library.
foil& .7 J. 6. SOUGHTON At. Z>.Philadelpilla. nrnm STEAM PACKET the Administrators and will show the the advantage If texture and surface-which maybe ,Jane -
Taktrp17&woaderfUl remedy for INCJPT --- 1. WELAXA, Captain i written upon without spreading. The Books PARTRIDGE ft BRITTAN.
to wishing to purchase. -
/ KING, leaves Palatka anyone .JwU at thsuafacturer'a 23mNotice. New York
//>" DYSPEPSIA every Monday morning are well bound and paged and are
J..4.UNDICE. I Also, the Equipments of a Sugar House,em
UVBR COMPLAINT CONSTIPATIO! at 8 o clock. I prices in single ones or ia quanli- HAVE a complete ortsMnt .t Books and
bracing the connected with] .
Arrives necessary apparatus devoted to the facts
aM DEBtUTY. at Jacksonville same evening and ties. .. I w.nappt,1 to the philewpby.
earing after ATPEE'S OWT Snrar Making.Also after date which.
leaves SIX'MONTHS and advocacy of they,wilt
oD \y KATCTE'S ow AOEUT.the GASTRIC all the Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock touching a quantity of Machines,and Tools used "PAFENTDOUBLE LEVER COPYING of Probate. for Duval county snpplyinanyquantitystidontbenodfavorsblsterms. Spiritualism

I WICE. PampUetf. eontaining SdentUU eri at Through intermediate Fare from places as above. in raising and preparing Cotton with iron Geer- PRESS. for a final settlement and discharge as joint Administrator We refer to the Spiritual Telegraph for

tees ofits raUj furnished by Agents gratis. Black Creek. Palatka Pioolata. and 00 ed Horse Power,complete order. With this press espies. &rt'tah" with more- on the estate of Obadiah'Cougar., a 114 of our Books prices, rate of postage, Itt.THE .. .
*Kthe w<. The Land will be to salt late of said county deceased. -
sp 2-ly Through Fare from Jacksonville,, 9 00 parcelled purchasers I.- ease.Md much 'quiekei' than with the Screw GEO. C. FLEMING. SPIRITUAL TELEGRAEII is s> :'
: Terms liberal Press iK others ordinarily iause.It: does Do&I1 Jel6-6m .. weekly paper;, devoted .to. the Elucidation ef
b 1 -_ asUnishing results are being .N.B. Th.We1ab connects with tfc S J. E. JOHNSON fastening down*n4iinoi liable,to flPA' .. Spiritual Phenomena,and contains record ot :

,ty111114 fcy the ue Gt OILMAN'S RAR.Gentlemen's ito-'u"p1h&t." of Gewrela. *for. Philadel. .Agent for Admln a.Jacbon'riIle.JUDe order.3IETALLICDAVJ'ZNER. -._- 3. ._. "'', 4''. COOPMAJTS.'.D *'ki.S .. .tU.1im.I\t.1 t1 most Interesting nets Jce A interesting V
.delaJ w1aa&baa beq phia 1,1853. .2tf diseusdon of,tfte lasts and philosophy tUManifeat.atiooa.
Denr 40u hi' .' ; ipOOPMAN 'continues to supply ,
Ie1aangbig "Hair"WhUkers."orrhite AOEirrs.4LR. > HENR is now ia worse of publioatioa,,
: '
Jacksonville with
from .DUKE, Palatka.F. SUp4rsediDg the 0f.4WetGlotk: }le between Dr.B. Richmond and 6.B. Brittaa.,
red, or frisky grey to aIn 'T lES D. TVAI KEO.. Hair' Prcwserand 1 and trou- :
P'IMsot 8L4C& or bfiairtKul brown as re- WAVER &CO. Jacksonville. Performer, respectfully returns his &D4BloUiDg Paper. S.LAFFITEA ii Savannah I ble incident to their see;) li'WPfc perfect copy
"L1 .IIeItt, Feh.24.tf thanks to the dtisens of:Jacksonville for their be secured with PORCASI4..fNDC.ASB OfiLV .'Specimen.eopiessent :
always any press. -
; GILM ANJ"Sola 't ... him since has boon inbusiness. may u : _.
r. city fr liberal patronage. ne. then sale.and exclnslv'S .
gt.a. For sole Druggists and HairOOENER Clrcadt .. ...Eastern Circuit of Vlrl- .. .' ,. 'The mndersigned for arc Florida for the above articles store is situated, -on Bay-street, 2 doors The increasing intenst.and'rapid oeurteef :
: !uzI,._. .L._. -,da,Onral Casinty.SamnslBryant .He desires to Inform the public hat he U'stillalways Agents Georgia and. whle from the old corner of Wnu Alsop. (at present facts demand mere space ud'A44ttlouJ set- .
to be found at his .Shop near Mr. : i-and1iave made arrangements by 'A. F.'Waver fc Go's,) where can be had at aU times vices andthe Telegraph.lura* Il, tomenee .aces-
.io. .4 -, 1 New Store where fce win be at all times HoveRVs&toperform they are enabled to dispose of them at the mans BREAD.tM &S and P STfir of every description in Msy next) will'be greatly enlarged. ,

NO.4. 1 all duties in bis line with and: raet.ter'Pnoo..iw. w.- *: : ". _. "-, : after-'whieh the price win bsTwqDoflan.V... :
promptness .,
nr &raliR :"E-Kliilt. CW WrilJtJg'C4ri
Joseph 8. VlaChaaeery of accommodation. _. f .and g" Persons froathe country will find it convenient IIESHE1AHVs1umo11,1absi.gIma&Monthly
or BYRNE'S BUILDING. Baker,bis wfe, Calvin f '. in ARTICLES a spirit ton&.--Walker1iHalr'' Restorative 0 ; .: &l.Bidla :/ to supply themselves.with. these articles fresh at ,an*Is dented mental and'Spiritual

: Bryan and others.:_ Jr _. Vegetable. Hair Composition Shaving of'.the"-best'quality;constantly oa ,.: .Also hit counter. Private families reruJarlylUpp1ied. Saienee.,.It contains many importaatfa U sot w ..:
Jj* ,S<|M witiomt retard to cast having been mad to appear by affidavit that Soaps Pomatum fce, Marklnc lak>y the gallon or barreL, .' ia. town as heretofore*_: :- profound expositi.asof thJByChOIsgIcal lava a.
'TWPlril Joseph A.Baker and Sarah B..,lab wife two Rizots warranted be nnsurpassed.-" They aarc-also made large additions to their :Iartiu'lrialtJac pamtiyfnznlihedtan; :at aUj which they depend* Each number eoatains at ,;
>erwffl eloa u.-1 1aae* Ithmt regard to cost,ia Iota to the' limits of this State and in the State of Georgia ranted to be"-aU that Is claimed for,U,there are Liberal discooats made when told ia quantities I raet., .H, ;'. '" -. _.aa411.embellished. with-a portrait.en .
:$lLt fTftYDOflar$0r mere,to suit P1saerI Oa motion. of R.Dormaa Solicitor for eompwDII several gentlemen'the town who are willing.I to. ofUve teams and P..rdlo.k': : -wJ of expressing my& steel, 'of -some Spiritualist'"or.JLeformer.3Thearst ..
:,- ws, who' would do well aD ,u.s -ordered that_notice;b. ci II endorse ,after having.rally,tested it. *Mathematical InstnamentiSrv7oTs', Cotpasses i. for the liberal erideaeesafeuoouraremeav. '
,or "tare a chance Immediately, asrariety J newspaper pablished in this elreuit reqairiog the I. .J 1'i: '. ., ..:) Materials, ::&e.;*: .-- i bar*already received.'and,>-while.respectfully i sUoftb. gbekl "b Is" .,; uaUyprinted .
1oat MMO, ,. AI Je.u4'at said io. ph:JJak raa4SarahlL- wife.to 1 1, = I-- V tey aarc faemOe*ftr execatiag Iiookblndhk asking a ccntinsansc at tu same feel warranted and,bound and Us:.iatoinsw toerits and
appear and answer the said complainant's bill,1 -- ; : In all e various ,and of U elauaiag for the brstwhlch i oSsr.,qoaHtiestt ..jtigIo-beeatr.utKWto-. every .
t.y.. within foar months; otherwise said:bHlshaa betaken -', ro STOCK:BAISERS.OTICB .< Boob Tiled-o any jistLOrI* whicL7e7p .osnrpassed In all the essentials which 11 m] Library.;Price,ia morocco, lettartd".&.gas. ,
..1Ianlnre.GONLT. pro onfes o against them and,that tills i ";Ui.oerebV!Y giTe \that a splendid the best ef.stock.:\&e of Card Circalar.La1md L the a life palatable,pure'iand *3ismuaHn. 68. .. / '

: ;;,Wlue.ao.. ., order be published as aforesaid one a week eoi 1- N. StaHloaDonQa&otte". just imported Fancy U1ngi ;- i;-' .- I e'uscUie.ben So'wJe1' :.a.1iI. .. =u-a' eSU _
; .U.tj lor four months.. ff j from Montreal;Canada,wffl stand ia till soon L i 1orIgllookl lreiortad at New York prices, ia the art ", '. "va.- ,." '

1. $.CLEILAND t ,W..A..fO.RWAR.n...., *Ii..1\ I r OM....a1., ."i." "- .d.t" -.. 4-, 1.J .. ,. .. me ia promising,toy customers Good Bread.1 ttjarS.Z ;ft.. .' -i.1CourUaa4tnstfswtork., '

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ifg fc bowels, *
CAHAFt 'l M, h;8..Hooutmf. M. ia A thoaust! .1?
b thsaaia.I I ta ken- &
STAMAN11&. ORO'T < 4 th* '
; ; .. { .* v ._ PDJJIVInIa. I !MUSTANG, JLIN1MENT. I .
', ,. ,t :' SHAVING Itt 0 noBEssAc&rt isvuA:VXLL
'. :" ." iSOA. ..J Ano'ther S ientlfl Wofld rJ! I i this win fan into the hands of many +,
: -No.'79 East opposite Kitzsimmons! Wharf ; f As paper I No p oUhel.1 I to iw.
GREAT -CURE FOR are not lathehabil oteing arr.I than wiiS wS2?
ments.in nowspauerssnd e rt blood vessels and.serves,p dsiaM7*
CH S. C..' !I. i ting to Patent Medicines, we deem_ it a blood of course flowing through all tartT S*
Inform such and also those who have not
and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign Lsvon in" half DYSPEPSI persons I bo dyprodacse Laser C tt,/
Importers pipes quarr' !
Sat C.bll. learned the fact from their own exiferi- JtetiaHtJjnprjFiiov WHCr,
ajid Domestic Liquors', Wines, Cordials in boxes of one eah !. ale observation,that the Mexican Mustang iotrf fe. fr. G

etcr and Manufacturers Jamaic Lime J nice, do do do do. **, ; ._-- ; Liniment Icreally- truly and ZtlVSR COHP&AlX
Sugars, Tobacxd, in whole,half, and quarter boxes." it.r cY.lhe ? .' ..
Sardnes. b lest before offered .
of Leinoo of quality. remedy ever is attended with
Mackerel, and Clams, 1 e fow
Son i for rheumatism stiffness or soreness ne'
pains ia the f*
Kftp eotuianttn hand.* txtenttve supply of canisters. neurlga For ents, braises, f
the foUatcit articles which they an prepared East India Preserved Otogrr.,. in boxes of 9 orjot bur., muse., sore nipples, caked breasts, fro.* taste the, yellow furred tocgulae al'w
ing pain side
to tttl to Cit,and Country Met chants on their j Jar each. t unrivalled and we have t thj f L1
French Cherries ia boxes of 1 dos. eclleDce. proved should the .
utual liberal tmnvCOGNAC Brandy, i lob"
It to be a certain remedy the piles.
rally in the left p
BU Dy.-J. J. Dispart J. J. 'each. it and advise IhoaIe.wth a lP
Rousse, Fruits boxes of 1' dozen each, therefore, confidently recommend tht skin
Pinet, Castillon It Co., Hennesy, P. H. Go- assorted. i Brnd i every reader to try it, feeling a certainty of givng -' stools clay-colored. This ..p
dard & Co.. Leger Freree Otard Dupuy & Co., -, satisfaction by giving ,relitf.
Do do in theirowujidac, do
J. fc F. and other in *ttJSff5!&
Martel choici brands Pie Fruits;do do. .Nsw YOKE July 81, 1852. S&8.and
> half"f 1 pipe dot each quarter and*eighth. casks and in boxes4e Stuart's; and Lovering's Steam Refined Su- '" We hereby certify that we have used the compound then operating upon the bowtis. th.r7

AMKEICAN BRANDT- ItFproof in imitation of known as the Mustang Lioient.adbaeno all the corrnp and vitiated matte tnm. ti. "
;Loaf, in boxes and half boxes of 16 loaves tern '. 7**
French in bait pipe quarter and eighth casks. Make'the richest, heaviest, thickest, heitio in a b ar *
Do do hI. prow, in r..zv18.1I01.LAlD e ach.Do l permanent of any Shaving THE TRUE ti de we hav ever used for the cure olsr., DT8PEP8U.
Crushed, in barrels. ad mOt later hones. .
Pine galls, cuts, bruises, &c., on
UI* Apple-Anchor Cologneand
Clover Leaf Brands. Do Ground or Pulverilec.ln barrels.Do Soap now i us.LEONARD'S FLUID All who doubt will please call on the undersigned > symptoms ofDysspsiasn4ft1.4._
diseases disl
boxes of 43 Ibs. be to afford are ae. tho-head.Jae artb ALM
WHISKEY-Irish and Scotch. Ste Refed Cad. DIGESTIE and happy a pression after eating meals sonrnen
Do Monongahela let and 2d quality. each. JUICE other information i their power as regards the Ste. arfsbtnvi.
stomach and ometlme
Almonds best Bordeaux and soft FLAVORING EX- &c. LUTZ DAI.L & Co; ftIIeraI
Do fMara, PitUburg. Sheaf 11 je and .rdeics. ot the whole body From this 1'.ilI
Bourbon. and hard sbel. Lemon Rose Prepared from RENNET the fourth STOMACH Proprietors Manhattan Stage Co. b..&b&
namely, Vanla : or the disease owes its origin tea .
Castile of in boxes of diacrPIIIII4
Do Baltimore Western Rye and New superior quality. TRCTS, for OF THE ox, after directions of Baron LEBIG. Extract from .letter dated of the Liver and Stomach HOHENSA
about 25 each.
Caes Paddg
Orleans rectified. Pies Cre the great Physiological Chemist, by J SACRAMETTO CITY, Cal:,Aug.'15, 1852. LIVER.PILLS is the nrymedieineto.
No.1.Corks ,
lltru-Old Jamaica St. Croix, New Orleans! Soap, Jakson's Custrs ton M. I)., Philadelphia, Pa. and lAat.in .
and New England. ,Velvet Wine, in bales and bags of 7 very exceedingly oonveDent.HOUekeepers This is .truly wonderful remedy for Indiges- I believe the Mustang Liniment mst an excellent permanent ing the certaIn morbid;eue actions at they aet b1 ebaa

PEACU BEAADT-Old North Carolina and Virgini ,- gross each. should never be without lon, Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complint. Constipation article. My wife brought a of bottles a healthy action, and ot the sy .j We
*. Do, common Bottle, bags 7 gr08. them. who delight in the delicious and Debility, curing ', with her which I must you for. rendering the.b1oo4[port
APriL BaAxnr-New Jersey and North Caro- Do, Jug and Tap I and of own method by Natue's own agent the Gas- Since she came here my horse fell down with T. Female*.
lina. Do Velvet Demijohn 4.and 5 gross flavor exquisite perfume trio Juice. me, and injured me .considerably f bet_broke no You will find these Pills aa Invaluable
Vinegar White Wine in casks. Fruits and Flowers, will find in these i had the and the atJUu
quarter bones
Korean, Perfect recourse Liment. in many complaints to
COKDU in- kLove, Annisett of infused in t which anabieetTt
Cider 03-Half a teaspoonful Pepsin yea
ROM, Cinnamon and Peppermint. Do or Apple in barrels.SEOAKS Flavoring Extracts that they can rllier. in fact the cure, was i obstructions, either, total 7w
a water will digest or dissolve Five pounds of roast or
WINES-Madeira, Newton, Gordon Cossart & A large assortment of Rio JlondosConsoUcion desire. cLEONARD'S hief in about two hours, out of the stomach. (Signed) D. RA :. been found Inestimable benel iu mtorS/2
Co., Leaeock and Jardine, in 4 and } casks Filantropa Washington, and other Extract (rou. a letter datdPISTBIG purifying the blood and other flalds
choice of direct Also Florida LEMON SYRUP, being Pepsin is the great element, or great Digestive ,so as to"
brands -
Port Page'*, Key and uther choice brands. importion. Acids principle, of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent af the Pa., Oct. 5,1852. all complaints which may arise from female
Sherry, pair, Daff Gonlou & Co., Beuitau another *, Havana Cheroots Sixs. i made from FRUIT instead of from Stimulating .as headache dimness ioplailties -
< TOBACCO P. Robinson's celebrated honeyDew Food, the Punfyinfr; ,and Another cirncmstance which I noticed in Ohio of sight
choice brands.Do M are all the kinds, is not only Prea1ff. in the side back tco. These
| lb. plugs in whole and boxes of ICO ordinary Agent of the It is I a few days ago I thought spoke highly of the pills are the dr
do Brown do do. Ibs each. hal far more pleasant, but also more health- extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox. virtues of the Mustang. Being in the office of safe and effectual remedy to core the foDonh.,

Do Tcneriffe Ventoso's London Particular and Do Rough and Ready in kegs of about 100 i' ful and wholesome, and makes the most thus forming AN ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE FLUID. a physician of high standing, I noticed as he complaints Gout Nervousness Melaaeharr
Sick Giddin.
Cargo do. lbs, each. agreeable of summer drinks. precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in it I opened the door of Lis bok-cae. several bottles Headache Rheumatism, ;Qu?
Do Madeira casks. I Dreams.
Sicily tressing Dimness
quarter chemical and a complete aatperfect side of igsoi hi
powers furnishing of along was an
DoVori3's Premium obacco in 5's. S's and empty fet
Do Malaga, dry and sweet in 4 and J casks. MUSTARD. Those desirous any of the Diseases that arise
t lb. LEONARD'S substitute far It. By the aid of this preparation Mustang bottle,and a two ounce presceiption vial from affection ct
LONDON l'uRTESYILM' quarts and pints. Mustard that is not half the and evils of Indigestion and the Liver, impurity ofthe Blood or
Do El Dorado, in boxes 40 to 4i Ibs. each of using pains filled with Mustang Liniment, on was conIp..
Do Scotch East India Ale of the Bowels-
and tc -
quarts pints Dyspepsia are removed as they would be by Hub the throat wellight
And a variety of other brands 5'.8'1. and rice-flour, and wish it. perfectly just ; the following directions
,one dozen each. Jlemeal
| lb.plugs. should Pure Mustard, a healthy Stomach I is doing wonders to.Dya n and morning with the Liniment, and wrap Evidence.,
Do do Caskstbree.and six dozen each. try .
of 5 8 Lonad's peptics curing cases emaciation, nervous woolen cloth around it." J. P. FLEMING.
Smoking Tobacco in boxes and dozen, debity. a We the undersigned physicians
WINE BITTEItSuxes. dozen each and will article different ,
one on they very decline, and Di IIi
1SB Cincinnati
4 and 8 : Conumpton. B.II. the of
ox. papers. fj sup Meekug. \auHtre. receipt their manufacture
draught.Cordials I Wine Bottles-French and Gorman Patent, in from what i usually called Mustard. posed to be on tbe derge of grave. was and of a for inspection say that the ingredients ,u
assorted do do. i cntifio evidenced on which it is based in ef..hkk.
hampers one gross ach.Flofck i thl physician some six week with the they makes them
Claret' Wiu, do do. neulga.- ,the best
Madeira do do. *-Quarts, [,int and half pints. highest degree curious and remarkable. whole of his right his use for all diseases of the Liver IIDjMriUelClltq piJ1j ia

Port do do. Demijohn's, 2, and 5 gallons. sufferings were indescribable and the'only.eecB &c. GEORGE WOODs.. '
Sherry do do.it Candles Sperm, Pearl and AUimautino. Bardoite'g Tasteless bCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. sation from the most agonizing pain, was while F. CROWLEY M.D.

Chatnpngne in baskets,one dozen each, quart Pickles and Sauces. Baron LIEBEO in his celebrated work on Ani under the influence of opium os morphine. His 1. BOWEN)1. V.
Imperial, a I Black mal Chemistry : .An Artificial DigestiveFluid doctor finally advised him to try the
TEAsHyson. says I Mustang
and pint*--Flag, lleidseick, Boucho Calhoun : SUGAR DROPS but
:and other brands. I' jan S-ly ': WORM analagous to the Gastric Juice. may be Liniment; be did so, and in two days was 03-Porchsse none those having" tbe'it.
tnr or"J.N.
The above comprise some of the fluent Wines readily prepared from the mucous membrane o I. go about his business, perfectly cured. are worthies imitations.HOBENSACK, as all.oUieza
the Stomach of tbe Ox in which article
imported. _ ____ vat01 I A VOICE FROM THE SOUTH.
of food, a meat and Eggs, wi ). Agents wishing new supplies, add aQ otiien
Liniment has been used
The Mexican Mustang
GTey changed, and digested just in same manner wishing to become Agents must addresi the proprietor
STATE OP FLORIDA. For Sale. as they would be in the human stomach." in my famiy. and on my plantatoD. for a great J. N. HO E SACK. alLis Laboratory

Dr. COMBS, in his valuable writings on. tbe variety eterl application No. 130 North Second street, above Race.;
PROPOSED AMENDMENT. THE Co.\sriTirno Valuable and Cotton Physiology of Digestion" observes that .a i and has never failed to give immediate re ADELPHIA. .
Sugar ; ief, and effect a permanent cure. I have cured
OF SAID STATE, diminution of the due quantity "f Gastric Juice Sold bran Druggists and Merchant
several cases of rheumatism that bad resisted the n'tU
Adopted by the tilth General Assembly. Land in Florida is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia United tates. ,
"' kill of our best physicians. It has cured ringWorms mIS,
and he states that
I a distinguished
[Xo. I.] professor
offers the Val
undersigned following
by single application chillblains in a
AN ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and THE ble Property for sale vii : of medicine in London, who was severely ; :
Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article His SUGAR PLAN I ATIONT, known St.oscphs. afflicted with this complnt., finding every thing few days; toothache immediately few ; bites Ncver.failing: Remedy. ,'
a cuts, sores and corns, by a applications nervous
else to fail ;
the Gastric
Thirteenth Juice obtained

and and Sixteenth Clauses of
) situated in St. Johns county at the recourl headache cured entirely fact, I
the Fifth Articlcfef the Constitution of thi from the stomachs of living animalswhichproved l b..v
lead of'Mataiwas River, in Graham Swamp used it for almost everything it has always
State. containing 13UO acres, of which about HOO are of completely"letufv.
Dr. GRAHAM, cured. I consider it the best medicine 1 have
SEC. 1. Be it tnarledbv tht Senate and Houseof rich loam, based on marl ; 500 are well cleared, the famous works on verused. W l.JOHNSON: ,
contain calomel iu
Diet .
Rrjireteftalictt of the State tf Ftariila in General -thoroughly ditched and at present under cnlti- no or mercury vegetable says: It is a remarkablefact Proprietor oPthe Marshall House.
Assembly convened, 'J hut the fourteenth ration ; about 55 acres of well re-supplied and any o any deleterious ingredient in physiology, that the stomachs of aniD1
Clause of the third Article of the Constitution ol plant cane. Centrally located on the plantation whatever, and are at once attractive t macerated in water impart to the fluid prop SAVANAU.June 24, 1832

this State be so altered itid amended as to read Is a superior Steam tngine. with Sugar mill and I the eye, pleasant to the taste, and erty of dissolving various articles of food A. K. Moore, Esq, one of the editors and proirietoraof \
us followsviz "Tht're.11.111 be a Secretary of complete Sugar work of manufacturing Children eat them electing a kind of artificial digestion of them in the Savannah (Ga.) 'RepubliaD." '
elected 10 to 15 Lhdd mill i teir'operatio. from the natural digestive pro that of the 20th :
State by the qualified voters of this Staten per : and aw attached and I paper says:
the first Monday ii October in the year ISoC. running two single saw*. Also, finely situated geat avdty pleasure. cess. Our personal experience enables u to rem.
who shall continue in office during the term of on pine laud and commanding a view of the whole Cc-Call on the Agent and get a descriptive mend the Mexican Mustang Liniment to the

four years; aud he shall keep a fair register of the >lantatioii, a comfortable two story and attic 1 UTICA, Dec. 2 1852. circular gratis, giving a large amount of scion Iti'jc public with condeDce. as we have rel the good
official acts and proceedings of the Governor and fame dwelling house, containing ten rooms and evidence similar to thee above, together with effects upon ankle, received
shall when required,lay jhe same,and all papers necessary out buiding. The works and buildings Gent.-The frequent calls and favorable reports of remarkable cures, from all parts of the great benefit from one application, and has been HOLLOWA7SOINT31ENT.' '

p.nnutesandtoucbers relative thereto before thi are all order for immedateoccupation. report we get of the use of BA- United States. cured: by occasionally using it for a week. : .

General Assembly and shall perform such other Also a fine stock of DOTE'S \ SUGAR DROPS, reminds me AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER. Mr.J. F.Murphy, of the firm of Murphy, Gal

duties as may be required of him by law: Provided head ofmizedDurhams, and common breeds of r of the promise I recently made to send Dr. Ilougbtoi 'a Pepsin has produced the most & Co of this city says that by the use

That the term of office of the Secretary of cattle, and a stock of about 8 full breed West i I'I you some certificates taken by us. herewith marvellous effects, in caring of Mustang Liiment he has received more bene1it A CRIPPLE SETS AMOK HIS CRUTCH / .
. State to be elected under this amended Coustitu India Sheep, which will be with the planta- Emaciation Nervous and Dv Dbity. than any remedy he ba ud. L .
tion shall not commence until the term of office ion:, if desired or separately. 'I you will find copies of two, Mar II sumption. It is Dclne. give the details of tow feels better than be has for the last six yea TTLIIHG.

of the officer now elected fcball expire. ALSO. Hubr's and William Stanton'a, cases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated 1 Fats speak for themselves, comment are unuecessary -: Copy of a letter from Mr.Jhomjnoa, CAe.rsi,

SAC. 2. Beitfiutherenaited, That the twenty The tract known as "St. Ann. containing I I hone ad reliable men, the latter having certificates have been given of more ,-Dalton Times Liverpool sited August 20fA, 1852..

third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution 175 acre, mostly of high and t me nearly twenty years. than two hundred rtarkbl cures, in Rheumatism.-This i t certify that my wife To Professor HOLLOWAY: _
of this State be so altered and amended a'" prairie having a rich soi from thiee to "I feet ben kow t called and the phia, New York, a&d alone. Phildel- wa afflicted with chrnic rheumatism. DEAR SIR I am enabled to furnish yon with a
to read as follows, vii: A State Treasurer and I in depth based on I I Toy the got nearly all desperate cases, and the cures were She had suffered for months with the meat excruciating most extraordinary cure effected by your iaTila-

Comptroller of Public Accounts shall be electee AI.SO. '. scond bx first having been admin only rapid aDd wonderful, but permanent.It nut pains-she bad tried rheumatic commands ble Ointment and Pills which has astonished er-

by qualified electors of this Stale ou the first Lr The two tracts known respectively a"MalaCoinjira" istered very favorable resut some is a great nervous antidote, and particularly relief I. and almost everything recommended ery person acquainted with the .cofferer.: Abcvt
Monday October iu the do6, and and "Bella Vesta,". each two three weeks since for thia dreadful disease. None of them '
year every : adjoining or ]r useful for tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver 10 years ago Air. W. Cammins, of SaJtaey it,
two years thereafter. other and being at the bead and on.the Eastside of thirteen years old. In this case, Complaint Fever and Ague or badly treated, relieved her pains in the least. She used one fifty i this town was thrown from his hone whereby

SEC. 3. Be it fmllirr ,narled. That the thirteenth of Matanzas River, and containing in all the h did not know that the child I Fever and Age. and the e\"i effects of Quinine cent bottle of Mustang Liniment, and it cure L he received very serious Injuries. He had Uie
Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution 1175 The Southern parent
acres. Mala She is well
balof Compra Mercury Drugs upon the Digestive organs her entrely. now perfectly best medical advice at the time and wu afterwards
of this State be bo altered and amended &II I which is heavy snd St. Ann, lie;I1 J I wor but she immediately recovered after a long sickness. Also, for excess in cOn a of her friends to use the Mustan.Liniment : an inmate of different itfirmarWi yet**:

to read as follows viz The Clerk of the Supreme immediately contiguous to St. Joseph*, -1 eating and the too free use of ardent spirits. I JAS. L. OLIVER. grew worse' and afterwards a malignant '

Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus Truly and respectfully a yours, almost reconciles Health with Intemperance.I. I Lr Savannah, Jan. 1, 1852.AX ulcer settled in his hip,which so completely naaioj crip.

shall be elected by the qualified electors of this I forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards WILLIAM BRISTOL pled him thatbe could not move without cratches
State on the first Monday in October in the year1S5G uf2000 acres. The balance of these two DR. J. S. HOUCHTON'S ECHO PROM THE WEST. for nearly ten Recently he

and every four years thereafter and tbeClerk. tracts is of Lie Oak hammock. based on closely #-, Mrs. B., of St Louis, was nursing a 10UDichid. your Ointment years.and Pills which have begaovtou aow'leaW*
of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by concreted shell stohotor coquina favoring moisture UTICA, June 10, 1852. p one nipple became sore,and the breast the wound his limb
ver strengthened and
the qualified electors in such manne as is DOW and of the first quality for Sea Inland Cot I certify that I purchased of Messrs. and caked few application him to dispense with his crutches that k

or may hereafter be prescribed by law. ton and Tobacco They might be easily brought WHo BRISTOL & Co..day before yesterday the Mustang Liniment healed the row alk with the greatest ease and with so *CM
SEC. 4. Be it father envied. That the sixteenth under cultivation having been in years pawedcultivated a box of Bardotte'fl Vermifuge moved the hardness and nippe. the: health and T relieve*
Sugar &or. Signed)
Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution I. in Cotton, ot which the yield vras and she had no further trouble with it.. .
of this State be, and the same ill hereby so, frequently one bale ginned cotton to the acre Drop for a child of mine, four and a bal Numerous cases. of this description have come to J THOA1PSON.'

altered and amended as to read as follows viz :: There is on the place a large number of sweet whom I supposed troubled our knowlege. and it i always efet A'MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURl OP A DBiiCFCL -

There shall be an Attorney Generalfor the tate,, orange pmeglanate. fig lemon and pcaehtree.and worms. I had te to get Vermifugeil Mr. of St. Louis v.severe SKIS DI5CA8E WHEN'ALL MEDIC1LA13
who shall reside at the seat of Government ; it t sour orange grove al[ down her but could not do attack inflammatory rheumatism shoulders BID FAILED. .tjfc .
shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the of which with proper attention, can be easily tes arms, and back. After suffering the
General Assembly, and upon the passage of an} restored to their once pVoiniiing condition.All it without nose, and she excruciating pains for some ten days, mos Copy of a Letter from Mid Draper,t/

act,.to draft and.submit to the General Assembly,. ofhe above tracts- are- Bftiiatpi7-- bptwln'one I would vomit'all up again. But after taming any relief from her physicians.' she ob heady, near Gainst/on, daiijALzrcic 1,.'52*'

_at the same session, au necessary forms ol proceedings -' miles from the ocean, of healthy she got the taste of the SUGAR DROPS she. induce to try the Mustang Linrment. Two fif- To Prufessor-HOLLOWAYr -

under such laws, which when approved,:l Ioeaton. and in convenient communication with cried for more. Y _- ty cet. effected a perfect car SIR Some time since one of my children
,ball be published therewith and be fcball of St. Yesterday The Mustang Liniment is in afflicted with 'dreadful ernptieus the
per- Augustne. being about thirty : we her the the box, and put op 25o, SOc over body
form such other duties as may bo prescribed by miles to the and about the gave,it bro content FOURTEEN Is sold by nearly all the Dealers in fine Drugs and and$1 bottles. The Soc bottles contain a much and limbs., I obtained the advice of several***
law; he shall be elected by the elector distance sme j, to-day away ofthe 2o bottles. The inent and
qualified by water by the Matanzas Rher. I popular medicines throughout the United tate.I. a three $1 bottles con- surgeons physicians by all of wksa
of this State, on the first Monday of (October, in, ALSO, I I I LARGE"'VORMS! some of te a foot It is prepared in powder and in fiaid form and Jai a much &eight of the 25o bottles. The f 1 the case was considered hopeless. At'knru.I

the year IrioG, and every four years thereafter Te tract known as "New Hope," lying prescription phials for the of physicians. i hold one pint, they ae cheapest. tried your Ointment and Pills aDd'withoat utf
but may be removed toy the Governor, on the address I u A. G. BRAGG & Co. sole geration, the'efl'eet. was '
by water North of St. Angnatine and MARTIN Private Circulars for the of proprietors of the miraculous for by persevering
l physicians
two-thirds of the two Houses of the General -'tween the North HUE u Mexican Mustang Liniment, offices in their use, all the eruptions quicker dif
Assembly and hall receive for bin service' river and nUlnn creek, both East ofthe Big ca be obtained of Dr. Honghton or his Agents, describing Principl w
navagable for large boats. It contains 575 acres '. Ba ;' tbe whola-proccss of and giving L- sBrawal. N.f.,and Mar appeared and the child was restored to perfect.
a be
compensation to fixed law Provided. "
by : h&
of hammock 'rparaton. Louis, Mo. -
and it
,and well the authorities
pine situated of this
That the terra of offi.c ofthe upon \
General! Uiic .
Attorney' I frOm'IniIIJ
OLIVER previously lost child
and for Sea T. BRAGG a
Island cotton NO..16182 based As complaint
ad"pt and stock now remedy are it is NOT SECRET ,
to be elected under this amended Constitution Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & REMEDY, no objection can be raised against A its General Agent for the and firmly believe, had'I In her ease

, shall officer not now commence elected shall until the tertn>of office of the Ar.so I Gentlemen,-My little daughter, aged'a use by physicians in respectable standing and reguUr 3 Broadway, Sut adopted your medicine,she weald haft beta

SEC. fi. Be it further enarird expire. That said elections 9300 acres ofunimprovedlndnt' Salt Spring," : 7 years, had been ailing. for three or four 'practice.' Price ONE DOLLAR PER r D. McCUEN. BLOODGOOD& BOUSE, saved of this also.to I shall be happy, .to testify th*tr, U
at the JiOTTLE.' ail inquirer.
e shall conducted and the returns thereofmade on the S t. and fearing that she b. : MORRIS KEIL- >
mnth .mgh are L
Johns A.lREED. appointed (Signed) J.
t !n the manner now or which The riverimmediately west of Drajtou Inland.' .with worms, about a ago I 'fjg-OBSERVE TIJIS.-Every bottle'of the sale of the celebrated Mexican llIRDDrper.. .
hereafter be J.rescribed. track embraces "bait Spring" and. "Sa genuine PEPSIN bears the written signature of Liniment,Jacksonville. CXRTAHT REXEOT Fot- SCORJWTIC BOXORS.AtA5 :
may the elec creek which j bought at your store a box of BAR.Dl'ES Mustang Also for sale
S ion of member to Congress from this State Spring nearly equally Divides it J. S. UOUQUTON M. D., solo Proprietor, by l Druggists and Asroxiaauo erjRK or U OLD LAST. uvum. .
; SUGAR every
tb'- and it shall be the duty of the Governor to issue through its whole length and 1:navigable from DROPS, and ads Phdelpha. Pa. Copy-right and.'Trade-mark in the Onited Storekepr i 'Tg TEARS OF ASS OF A BAD LEO ,, -

commission, under the seal of the State, to the the The river land for is boats of thre? or four feet draught. terd all to her.in one day. scured. march 2 Copy of a Letter from MetsnlWaRtr & Ca..
persons receiving the highest number of votes for mostly rolling yellow pine of the nr st twenty-four hours after, she passed away> ftJ-Sold by all Druggists and Dealers i Med C/zemisi'Ba& >
the said several offices. quality, entirely free from Palmetto of any kind cines. .'
TWENTY-TWO WORMS some of ten
and Proferaor HOLLOWATI
thoughttobegoodcottonland, together tem
the House
of Representatives the Constitutional some confciderable bodies of cabbage and live or twelve Inches long. gaveL DEAR SIR Among the numerous cures effect*!

January 3, 1S53.by Pasted the SenaUt majority the oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the her no other medicine. Since then, ehe: Agent. Jackri'F -' by the use' of your valuable medicines1 ia this

Constitutional majority, January 6, ,. by The location also embraces facilities for construct. has been a different child entirely. J. A. MAYER 'IIOBENSACE9WORM neighborhood we may mention thai of aa eU
ing one of the largest aud most practicable er She had not slept but used WhoZesdeandRitail4gent, Cm. SYRUP.An lady living in the Tillage of Preston"about i":

OFFICE: OF SCCHETAIY powers, us, independent of tho flow from the in wel nght Sept2 '52-ly Sva.a.. article founded on Scientific principles, miles from this city; She,had ulcerated wounds.
OF STATE to out her
> afraid
Capitol Tallahassee March 23 :. spring the waters of lake Cberchel. about four cry : compounded with purely vegetable substances I, in her leg for many years; *nd latterly they '-'
I.CHARLES W. Dow.xivo, Secretary of State J miles in length by one wile h, may be we should not raise her. Now the i ci I- ;' Woodman'sCherry 4 being perfectly safe when tbD; and has neve creased to such aa alarming extent as U defy aS.

for the State Florida, do hereby the made available by acanalofbout 16 chains i in tirely well. been known to f in curing most obsttaatecase. the usual remedies; her health- rapidly tffyt,

foregoing to be a true and correct certify of the.length yielding an inexhaustible supply wit:h t Having previously used various other Expectorant, I Vet ma !never exist when thi remedy way under the suffering she endured. 'In this distressing -
original on file in this office. copy a fall of st least 13 feet. The spring itself, the ilnc from the fact that it condition she had recoil to jour Out.
In Testimony Whereof I' bave hereunto,water of whfcb has been analyzed by Pro worm medces1 my family, I can safely FOR 'THE CURE: OF stroys use., but removes the slime ouy'mucus de ment and Pills and by the assistance of Mends

affixed my signature and the Great Seal ci: Chelton of New York, aud shown to be of valuable recmmend BUDOTE'S' DROPS as preCer.able Consumption,DeAme, ,Asthma; Bronchitis, which may remaUu a was enabled persevere in their'use; until u*.
the StateofFloilda. medicinal properties, is of capacious dimensions to all other' remedies for the 'cffeo. of the Flesh, Night Sweats '> received a perfect euro. We have ourselves bMR
LoneattheCs1itol Wasting TIiIiTAILEVOiUf.
in the Tallahassee. being CO yard in diameter and most tool eradication of Spitting astonished at the effect upon so old a eereon1h'
Jj City Monday Blood
28th the eligibly and picturesquely located its position wotl.WILLAM of Whooping Cough Difficulty of This wor-n is the most difficult one to destroy; being above 70 years of age. We sh au be happy .
JSt day March, A. D.IIG3. and seven- in I Or agricultural point of view STANTON, CoMe, of;all that inhabit the human It satiafv any inquiries as to the antbent'eity*C
ty-seventh of the commercil BretMnt. Cough b. grows t
Indei endeuce of the
United Stat year* ef America.C. > with in constructing a boat canalof Watr Street, Utica Pain I the Infuza an amos indefinite. length becoming 1 this really wonderful case, either personaflyotb3'. ,
W. DOWNING only afew miles across to the Gulf of Mexico, -- And coied and fastened,in the intestines and Stomach] letter.- '
must before vuylong, draw the attention of the al Dieaulth, produce Fits, St. Vttu.' Dance, &c., which] > private in the Bath police"fore*,also is*',

Secretary of State -planters and merchants of that- -fertile------ PPllon Awayready for me "... /' .Lungs is the.cause of many going-to the grave, not be been perfectly cured of aa old soork.affcotjf--
WATCHES AND JEWELRY;' Az.-o. a.at This is the remedy so universally used and recommended lieving that"these complaints have their origin in the face, after all other means had faHeoV H*

Two tracts containing 6000 acres on the we by the Medical Faculty, 'where it has from te/lbp Warm; consequently they do not states that It Is entisalybyth.uof7ourOimeat

II SIYE flTII IIE. and 4500( on the east side of St. Johns I liver been introduced. use groper medicines .for.their disu'.' To I and speaks loudly Ia its praise. 0. .f
about 12 miles above I'alatk and having a It contains no _,opium"or1 other dangerous in" those w affiict ,l :with thi awru'roe t,, We remain dear sirr
AkRS IN FL.OIIbA and else., river front each of in gredient and is safe for the most delicate child II hea'b. I recommend n.-e .Y01lllfaitId'Q ," "

JtT where in the vicinity Savanuah, are Informed That on the west ofthe river is mies mostly of otent.pine It is estimated thai 150.COO persons die annual rp Liver Pl. 'The Syrup to 1 ten Sr! (Signed). 'WAY.K, J C

that the subscriber has on'hand and is 1 and swamp lad and embrace the site of the .i ly in the United States with .consumption and doses of two spoonfuls, three te. dy' April 6Lh,1 53. u -" .

constantly receiving from the best and most res-I ngluh store of Panton Lc l ly & Professor Eherly says a Tat number o the so then take from A to eight of my. The, Pilla should be osed eonjoinOy with th*OUUment
manufacturers in the ., known ". could be saved by the timely use'of dislodge and Worm. By
rL. country rich DIA "ilambly's old store which: some prompt strictly folio wing ia a *V of the folio win*esses r .
lINDlUBPEAUf aud other JEWLL iU beginning corner and mrs thence south I to _Ij I _, remedy J We believe th. Medicine pos easing hese directions,the most obti c of, Bad 1Agt Oiwo-loot. FUtala' Sort Tlrtst f
widow '5 Real Merits, will wherever it is Tape be speedily '
.trlin.Sil"er are, such. Pangree's "old field, thence west and njed Wor'cn BadBreatta Chilblains -ut,. SkinDi!
TABLE at home well as abroad.. This is nOUMD or STOMACH >
north to
and a opposite the beginning.. The a no Parsgorio Burn GlUdl larS.eBiDC'it
TEA SPOONS and FOUKR. oue on the plnt. side of the river lies preparation but one which if used in >aaon' This wor'f usually found in ihe'lta.U'tea Scurvy, Bunions Chap'd hands. softLunb
SILVER PLATE.Sand WAITFRS. the places known as "Buffalo Bluff" and beween tbelv.. of:th tand,.'_ Many' certifi tIes worm most common ; Sore Beads Cancers. Piles. (. Turners

TEA SETTS, and Tucker.I Besides a large body ut well timbered I cates but it is preferable that II not entirely confined to them,'as adut ltheumathsmUlcers, Scalds 'Wooad:: ..

.. SAUCERS, GOULETM. pine lands, it contains some excellent hammock any Medicine should .el on its own merits The have frequentlybeen known to4suffer with ,Sore Nipples, Yaw. Coco-bay,)Elephant**
TUMBLERS, PAP and several well bluffs and eligible sites followingtsonly.one thousands of teatlthos 1- The Symptoms most prominent while affected Bite of Flies
wooed and Sand
., SOUP and BOATS for residences. reeent lurvY-the west als'firom,.: tf"a Physicians. wit this worm, a hardness and fullness of the Mosquitoes. ,Contracted and Stiff Joints:
PIE.ICECREAM.CAKliand. tract been reduced to 2940 the onool slimy stools,looseness 9f the bowe pick: fl
FRUIT KNIVES SOLIDSILVEU the.eat t side of the river to &fj0.acre is I.- 1 NCWOIlLKnsAcr9182.: f ng;.'at the nose, a<4>Ineiah streak eyes I, 'Soldat'the ed&bI18hme.otPt or a t
DESERT PICKLE and : however that the deficit will bfmade up bleed -. ,S \ Dear.Sin- &4.. Iyot or any of your children h..v any of way, 501 Strand (near Temple Bar).Lea k"*""*

.', BUTTERKNIVES, .' i Proposals for purchase wi be received by'A. : aware of Lbs thousands of.Remediesfor lease the abv smptm HO ENSCKS WORM and by all th..VudorsofMedieine< ,hroq

NAPKIN JdNG8, 'SALT CELLLRS and W. Walker, Esq.of: John Peck.: Lungs, under the titles of SYRUPe By using theUnite48teIn37ets.ItiUSt if
FRUIT KNIVES., Orens. Plasters,Liniments, &e. that P. pertain up. CO eta, each.: '\VholesaIe "hy" the: r *' .
< I Esq. of New Eq.of L. :! ,are daily I you hve. ,sarer and cure; and
Silver plated Spoons,' Forks an-t Ladles" Baltimore,Yor. Washington Esq. of St. } : : to their notice through the newspapers,''by way it according 't the directions the Drag. house* In the Unkm;aad .rM. p..r

'H" ,BaskeU, Castors. Waiter Snuffers and Ck. Augustine, Eatt or't tbelatter. Leonard;? Yeat Powder., .. of advertiaenieutL.iy 'o'jee:in writing' this patient is'not restored,t healt.l and the worms & n ,; N..Yerlt1. '."[.
Ivory balance Jiuidle Knives,and silver place, postage Flord mllJf note for pbl.atoDa f t the publo.or at thoroughly.eradicated you can 'There is a.con4dcabli, ,saYlig_.,,. ... '.
.on Steel,Table and Desert Knives, fine plt JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ.. This Powder is & '*substitute least tho aictd, to use eontalcs rest assured the U no remedy beyond largeslies.N. .' u g.' to
one'day Marble Mantle Clocks, common 6t.>Augustine.'March 8th, 1853., par 17-tf for YEAST in making Bread articles of real "ti Pulmonary As for fail, the;f no ,such- a*te.Jye. .Bevry'isorer Direction*for the.'gvIdanM efto

S Bras. C.of every description. an, lands ofPatter;, CoEe, 'and has'and.al. I am:conscious tat 8 doing,jam .D"mOt those who .my Form .wor' arc,affixed to_each pot f TL
.Cold Lever and Lepine tier nnprofessionally, derar to the ASCAIUDKS, 'or mall Thread- -.to-TWa Ointment. la Jors&le'Cn 1kogT'
Fine enamelled Hutting Wabel. ; vantage oer.Yet, in,making the halt of Medical Science, & Iar These w.n. by ''T14.MILLANr?
Gold It ftlrer Wt. -, h''and read i for baking the" Medicine. .'rg! PttOI.er worms, \which the human s.tm ali ; HaD.
.. Wab-Can Sa k CLICH'ROUSE, prectl1l > lrter' t C'1 ble,are the mOt troublesome of Sun23.y I Apo&becar1 '
Gold. It 111 "u, med. :. aokwheat ad Expectorant, a' remedy are generally to be found .the 1oler,and ,r 10ND1TIOJlf & --t;
have i '
Gold it SUrer etJ01' baring recently..opened j !'other Cakes, '.1t.t'.pow. used with.mon,.sncceflthanryoflJ: I. allowed to remaIn from, irritation they pro* 'f'or ..- .,- : .lli

..,. '':< lUdgtr'f Fine ro.t '. the above House,'would eMI 11 der,'are:less Uk1r.t ;: usual' hsrnUel uad by : dues, I..y' the foundation!for-eerious Tt. .;.Bave':leea? iiel. ''
.. .' licit the of the 1 'stomach' dsge'.wIt.to'. 'JttM.ilArfLANJMVD, snob of the bowels 'diron .
.- ..aloru.aRlor&rop.Cae patronage public. her than ; i &luamatO with general satWaetion.foe -.
;; ..' > ..,,to. are at this time some ire to six rooms : The 'eoaditioa wbeby
and safest ; of bevies
- unoccupied pro'riDCth.
ud it requires but few lnteiTlrepfte : W.W.LYneolnT'jfinn: : 1gODt ott.ll.
af ;
Particular aDUoa be given &IpalraS several of the same with fire places. .The House ; > SJdbj Mayer; AYA, HOBENSACK'S disesas bard wort .t .
'".'' .' of Watches Cl and J'welry.' is within one honored and fifty yards of the Post for.baking, the posslMUtr*of everbanag ""'* CoSas.&Co.H.,J:B,'Moor & CoT.M..Tto-: WUHMSYRUP.Sach :Is the,'astonishinrpower.of reqvJres bat a short: ttne to;manife tu '

<" 'Proa bis JDr eptDO and extensive t&Office and .hae. 'The undersigned is Ag"et them soca is ryEpeforaVApoUio.0- ay Medicines-ovor4seiudst that! live action the improved spirit and I
fA tUh forGeni Coach and twobor .l..a : oie.il in: Savtnziab,;and, any one where of the be : *, a
; w. a & ho. 'a."I! def t prle acase a animal and may ,saWy a** ;
V,. S las f favor him with their patronage Wl, Hack' ,both leaving for Oeala semi-week l rfFoa. SALX aT;. .' .. ,. : I" -. .i. v" ,c.} : '\ ., I are.,recommended to bensed preventativa.and'ear* ,ft1 1maftjr' .
Ills prices are AS low., and terms alaobr., ly,' For farther particular,apply at the offices of ,BWODGOOD'BOIJSE, ,: ; t pLvEa-BnAGqieniAg, : ,that theywilinot core,J.n. that is necessary WhIOlI'they' &rf'la .
,- u&lajij ether and News.' .' Je-v\-S04 firWdWBTfc New Y l. K 'Js to us*.the ia wttft directions l. boaod.Losof '

'<.' !'WIt(1.IJIIII.nU:0. te&Jo&&W .J 1 JaDT".Plbi CSJJ. ,ASKEW. 7Ft ,l1Ijh ,,Bay street af Jachooli, .' :* "C, QN, ..PAYNBAf \r.l.:. oo each :Sl i ai e. tte Mr.? 1.to-tonsedit : A.c. ...'_ _."._ .,".
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ftppf ef: ; : .
Hr "JDG. \\1 4'in&1ilL, t.tf.;: M '. rtl"4 ;: -ohioaii1l., initatioa with sacoe** u be > -.

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