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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: August 11, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LOCAL -, -CARDS.- """""" iIiiflujL: fill ll.U11t.At ,43., HotuUceeJTustennukkee.. the other., .I 'do' not- regard{ thrs J 'question- as !lately! --come 'from aboard ship*, (and carry. jCamyamdtna eftJn SfcMSMoAlXn/r. Gcorfw

S-- LEGAL. 44. Istin-summthtsee., *.' a political one; it mailers not what administration ing, in all probability, the ship fever along -' ..
) EivWariali 2SJ 1SB.Mean. .
4Sl ConWHajo. performs the act-Florida will forever with them as would suffice,to form a small ,'
JHOHAS! DOUGIiAS 1 JACKSONVILLE, : ""- hold it as a just one,towards her peopl village. _Tbedi.ease. be. states, in almost Edilan.-The',evening of ',the

'.TTORNEY AND COUNSFLLOR AT LAW 46. Nilkusa.tiajo.: I have been! over a large part of the unoccupied exclusively confined to persons''newlr arrived 20th instant our citizens were shown, for "

AND SOLICITOR CHANCERY, Thursday, August J83. 4'7. X see.:(12 years old, no' parents.) i country, and J, do not hesitate to say, ; and that it is only owing to thevapidity. the first time, tbe brilliancy and beauty of

S JACKSONVILLE FLA. 48.. Okluiassee-Fixico-cbee I_ :. ; and; two'sin- if the Indians were off it would be thickly ot the 'atmosphere,', that it is so a "Fresnel Light"":The engineer in charge

t PALATCA, July 29,1853., terse .; settled up by wealthy and enterprising men hard upon even them. of the structure oa Sand, :Key bad, so far
1 To Vie Editor of the Republican.DEARSIR .- .r.i Awn completed all its as tube able to light
n every 1'echon.of tbe United States, alBpst Let no one who has been acclimated fear parts
..- B. m. PEARSOW: \ ; :" In compliance! with my pro 49. Mika1 jo. >:3 immediately. Humanity .as well .as the disease, provided be or she keeps the the lamps, although some important arrangements -

.a; COt NSELLOft AT LAW, mise,.I enclose Lust of Indian warriors 50: Pohaihti.ih.tsee.::. : feonomy would: dictate, if possible,' their system in a proper'condition, avoids 'exposure' ia detail are: to 'H''niabea,
,A'I"fOIUEV you t peaceable removal. A belore the house is turned over to the LightHouse .
51. Fu.,s Hajo. deputation should to thenight air, changes his clothing
EAST FLA. '
JACKSONVILLE, which I procured while among Billy and 52. Bill Bowle. ,' be sent by the proper authority into the nation if rendered damp by rain or moistureof IBoard. The light win be ,shown

.. n'ttdto the Circuit transaction Courts of for Boriness.in the EastJrmand the his delegation, at Fort Myers, in August, l' i" calling upon them, in fact commanding any kind and wear flannel next the regularly: for the future. It failed a JtaA

and Southern Districts of Florida.Ji 1852. The schedule is correct so far as it 53. Wassee Hajo. them, loprepare: .for removal-willingly if skin. Add to tbe ab ve a temperate living lighfi and nr..er disappears entirely-snow
54.. Nirinei HomatblaTustennukkee.Toial54. : Lratr,wi1J--specifying the oar for them to both as respects food and drink, and very ing. at it*,least size an ordinary flame similar _
it
goes, as was taken, I..think, by Captain in to 1be'common "reflected light but at
[ .] COn? Rt any designated place. If. they little is lobe apprehended in'regard to the ,
: lAmES m. BATTER,. Casey, U. S Army, on or about six yearsago. failao accept of the proposed advantages yellow fever. tbe flashes, which occur ax rated Intervals

ATTORKET AT LAW Yon will find 147 'Warriors then werein MIl o, or Boat Indian resnltil1 .rrom co humane an'offer, a sufficient it is realy dazzling, glowing,with so intensea
., A Disease Resembling Yellow Paver !. light as to cast a shadow at the dT&iance
.
Columbia Co., East 17orida..t 1. Ismahtee, Head Man.) military force should at once be
.4izaIor, the six since. Now all "
country,: years thrown intothe either Philadelphia.A of nine miles. "We have: seen, neatly..all
countryrand
--. .1[. WHIT SmITH.lT1'OIU.EV boys then I 2 years old are efficient warrio ts. 2. Cowaspat Fixico. destroy the race I would further captureor suggest despatch dated Baltimore, July 28th, tbe lights on the Atlantic coast, .the Moro

AT LAW Admitting their number to be 50, and allow 3. 'Ahallok-Fixico-chee' or Isab-pa. that a proper escort should accompany saysA disease resemblin .Ycl1ow Fever light the Snrkar.,light on tbe Irish coast,

JRigat; Columbia Co., East Florida.J. 50 more then in the nation, and not taken 4. Meebaikee, (son of 1.) the deputation if sent: and therefore mostrespectfully has broken out along the South wharves at and those on tbe English channel, bat none .
Philadelphia, and has created considerable are equal to tbe Sand Key., .
5. Malai.ih.pee do. recommend to His
down-which 1 have no doubt of,as Indians Excellency The officers attached the Coast
Sanderson to
P. alarm there Satiny
it ,
should be be applied to for such a force,that ; was brought! by a foreign
6. Nohos Hajo.chee
never all leave home at once-would give (son of 2.) he vessel. have finished their season's work and
l1T01t1'ET AND COt'J>"SEI.t.OR AT LAW appoint to the pleasurable position the
OSlCDIns:, 7UUl(5e 247 men fit for duly, besides the superan 7. -Suffche .y'ee, (son of 2.) celebrated corporal and his guard, of'Legist [In 1811, we believe S the Yellow Fever leave for Washington to-night, The Trian.
nlation under of Lieut.
tf Fukosa party, ,command
8. Enee.othloochee.
JlCbonvnIe.Jan.17.1830._ nuated. Allow 4 to every warrior the total latin notoriety. I appeared in the same locality in Philadelphia James Toiten, commenced work in December

James W. Bryant, population would be near 1,000. I think, 9. Yana Fixico. B. HOPKINS.From ,and killed a vast number of persons.] last, at that part of the- .reef known as

ATTORNEY AND CoPNSELU>R-AT-LAW, from all-I could learn, not only from some 10. Chiu Bobukee, (12 years son of Ta- the JJorwnita Whig,July 23. A dispatch from Philadelphia, dated Basin Hill and they have 'completed over
onaahsIIJl.: : : 7mulCDe ha.) six hundred square miles. Thfj bring their
of the head men. but from the Arkansas 26th, says :
Railroad Meeting.At work down as far as Tawnier y. Lient.
j- GKO. \". CALL, delegation, the above computation Is near Miliasootteei. A severe form of bilious fever has broken Totten was assisted through the season, by

aatt 1x03JACKSONVILLE correct. 1. Apaiakee, or Sam Jones, Chief.. an adjourned meeting of the citizens of out violently on the South wharves in this C. Jardella, Esq. :Both these gentlemen

s3om.C57 FLA. 8 Yours 2. An-chai-bailee. Jackson county, held to-day i in the Court city. Seven persons have already died. have labored earnestly, and with scarcelyan

truly,, 3. Choko Tustennukkee. House, Thomas M. White, Esq., resumed The disease is supposed to have been interval of rest, and have performed as
p21 1 B.: HOPKINS. the Chair, and'called the meeting to order. brought into this city by vessels passing tbe much if not more" real service than any >

HOPKINS & BKAHAM, 4. Chokotee Tustennukkee. On motion John F. Huges was appointed quarantine.The other party that ban gone before them.-
Attorney at Law A List ,of Indian Warriors, Tallahasstss 5. Chokochootee (related to Eneba Secretary.The baik Mandarin, which arrived this With such zeal and industry as, they bring

OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fla., and cthert, living in Florida in 1850. Thlokkochee.) object of the meeting having been morning from Cicnfuegos, lost two of bet into the field the'progress of the survey of

WILLpraeliee in the Eastern be Circuit. Business 1. Quatkascal,* Echo Emathla Chopko, 6. brother briefly explained by the Chairman, Medicns hands by the fever. The night custom the Florida Reefs and Keys will rapidly
Till
attended
Conip Hajo
( to
their promptly ,
entrusted to care younger
February 19, 1852.-tf: (Tallahassee Head-man.) A. Long Esq., was requested to address house officer who boarded her was also approach completion.For .
U.- Cotsa. Huithly-waloochee.) the people upon the subject Railroads in attacked, and died in a few hours after. the purpose of throwing into market
2.
OSSIAN B. HART, 7. Eneha Tblokkocbee.! Florida, which he did at some length presenting some of the best of the Keys, the superintendent

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 3. Coe Emathla Achalee (brother of 8. Enehochee Kotsa. many strong reasons why capitalists Terrible Tragedy- la Mlasearl. of the Coast Survey, orderedTl. M.

KEY WEST FLA., Wildcat.) S 9. Enehab Kochokkonee. should come forward, throughout the State, A negro man about twenty years of Bache, sub-assistant early in the'summer'to .
age
frwUeeMn the United States and State Courts 4. Cotsa Fixico Thlokko (related to in aid of such an enterprise. The audiencewas in Boonville, went to tbe house of John proceed to Key West,and make'a final survey ..'
.the Southern District of Florida. 10. Fixico-chee (related to 1.)
,
composed chiefly of citizens who are of Bocca Chica an adjacent island.
Wild Cat. Rains, for the purpose (an be confessed) of
, JafrlO-tf ) 11. Fuss Hajo-chee, (nephew of Sam abe: to bubscribe and who will no doubt do offering violence to Mrs. Rains, whose The result of this survey the
Isa-na-lai-kee goes101fOTe
F. C. BARRETT 5. Cotsa Acbulee or (uncle Jones. so in a Jiberal manner, when the proper husband was at church. The consequencewas entire worthlessness of any

to 4.) time arrives, when they know beyond a other than toll mating. It eon-
Rotary Public, 12. Hospotatkee, (related to 1.) I that tbia lady was brutally murderedwith purpose
Acknowledge doubt where the Road is to commence, and tains two natural salt ponds, -whose
_oaMalstUner for taking 6. Compper Tusteannakkee, or Sai-yot- I a club. Tbe negro attempted also to large
mciit of Heeds, 13. Anlata (related to Bowlegs.) end. Mr. remarks elicited both
where Long's I kill her oldest son and believed be had done area is over six hundred acres, having
jlsi ether Instruments of Writing, to be used- in pee. 14. Hunnahfulihtpee. strict attention, and all present seemed to so. Two other children at the narrow inlets from the sea. Tbe. depth of
were same
the States 1A8TLTAN1A.3uljonrille of 7. Chitto Tusteannakkee, (brother to 15. Hoithlywaloochee. concur m the necessity of doing somethingfor time cruelly maltreated and thrown into the water in these ponds is sufficient for all the
AND
JETORE. Florida.". Oet.l4-tf Bowlegs.) 16. Isfatee. our State, in order to invite emigrationand corner of the fence. When Rains returned practical purposes of salt making, and with

8. Ekon Tsahtee, (cousin of Cowassat bring her lands into market.: The interest home bis son told him who had committed judicious improvements might bemade, a
J. H. H. BOURS, 17. Ist-in-summihtsee, nephew of Eneha manifested by those who own properly Ibe act; and tbe negro was arrested. very valuable property. Mr. Bafbe has

Fixico.) Thlokkochee.) in West Florida clearly demonstrates The citizens. however much had much to .contend with, in prosecutingthis
PUBLIC were so
NOTARY 9. Fuss Hatchee Emathla, (son of 7.) 18. Istai-paih-kootsee, (Seminole, son ol the importance which they: attach to the incensed tbat they took the prisoner by survey-the frequent stormvexcessne .
JACK&O.NVILI.E. J::. FLA. of the State with some hand of mosquitoes 'delayingits
10. Eowocbee. Tubka Eneha dead.) project connecting force and burnt him at the stake. A meet- swarms ,
Mab-wah-hee of Atlantic seaport, by means of a Railroad, John progress.
11. (nephew 7.) ing was then called and Rains was
GENERAL. 19. Kotsa Hajo, (nephew of 1.) thereby affording an easy exit to the staple Tbe marine news for to-day's steamer is
of
ordered State
to quit the on suspicion
12. O.-anna Hajo, (brother-in-law of 7.) 20. Kotsa Tustennukkee (nephew of 1.]) productions of the soil and incleasing tbe having been to or at least cognizant bare of interest. No.wrecks-no :vessels in
accessory
'ME P1GAL HOt ICE, 12. Okchan Tusteannakkee. facilities of barter and other trade in distress for
21. Kot a Chopko, (related to 1.) every of the intended murder of his wife. repair.
14. Pa.' uk Tusteannakkee, cousin of 7. norliou of the State.

DOCTOR W. J. L'ENGLE 15. Pabosre (Seminole.) 22. Nelkuss Hajo. I Gen.. John Milton next addressed the We are informed, nays the New York Express la &heVJaJ-Party Dead I

Ofers his Professional Serricen to the citizens of of 4. 23. Naolkee. (nephew of Okloblachnlee.]) meeting;; be reterrei! to the history of Railroads that samples of the bales of Cotton Since the Administration is 'beginning"

O-Offiec Jacksonville In the and<. Rtpubli Coral County.iu" Onlld- 16. Pannukkee (stepson ) 24.. Osanna'Hajo. in Georgia, showing what had been exhibited at the Crystal Pylace were submit i develop itself fairly, the Democratic organsin

'?5' ap2I_ 17. Tellico. 25. OlUaiats-ochalee. (related toKassiklootsee the results her present condition as com ted to the examination of a committee of I sundry places have taken the alarm, and

F. Waver & Co. 18. Rufiarnee, (brother.in.law of 7.) ,who emigrated.) pared to Florida and urged upon the people three gentleman of our city, two of them I in place of trying to prove, as before, tbat

Commlul H and Forwarding :Merchants, 19. Passalitcb-tsee. tbe vital importance of constructing a Road cotton brokers, and the 'other a merchant, the Whig party is dead,they are striving to
Oklakl-ochulee.
AND 26. connecting us with our sister States.:; Gen. for their opinion on its merits. They decidedthe create the contrary impression among the

Dealen in Groceries. Proy ions. Choice Wines, 20. Tallapoosa. 27. Oklaiatsee Hajo. Milton next expressed the opinion that samples were beautiful in the higEest "Faithful." They make out quite a strong

Liquors and Segars,Paints Oils,Drugs.&e.&c., 21. Tustennuk Hajo. 28. Paynee, or Sopokta Mikko, (brother. West Florida will do her part in raising degree-that the one market (B.) of Dr. case in favor of Whigery.

for Bay CASH Street.only. Jadcuonvnie.nor E.13 Fla. 22. Tussakia Sustee. in.lawof 27.) subscriptions for stock in the contemplatedRoad. Samuel; 1 Bond, of Memphis, Tenn., was 1 Thus a Northern Democratic paper argues

23. Tomathlee. He presented many sensible suggestions most attractive in color-but the one marked. from the vote of last fall as follows: For

Bloodgood and Bouse. 29. Pnk-ah-jo, (related to 7.) !' on tile subject. (A.) exhibited by Col. John Pore, of Memphis Fierce Democrat, 1,607,723 ; Scott, Whig,
their thanki the inhabitants of 24. Yahalee. of En' ha Kockok- Col. R. H. Long made a few remarks in fineness of ,Webster
RETURN liberal 30. Sah-tai-yee, (son up- ,Tean., was superior 1,386,930;Hale, Free Soil. 155,944 ;
patronage bestowed,and vicinity them clues for their they comaeneed -- 25. lEtachoksee-hoh-kee, (son of 15.) kona.) on Railroads, but did not entertain as san- staple better ginned, and was entitled to the Union Whig, 7,436; Troop, State
upon
Fixico. guine hopes fur Florida as other speakers ; The latter is the Broome Native 2,475 ; ;
business; and hope by strict aitention to 26. Uolata Tustennuk Halka. preference. sample product Rights. 2,300; ,
31.
plea*to merit a continuance of the same he at the same time, however, desired to see of a new variety of cotton called the Goodell!, Abolition 72-total vote,3,162,890
They hare constantly on band a full awortmentf Seminoles. 32. Tustenuk Chopko, (old man.) a Railroad running through tbe State, and golden teed obtained from Central Mexico. -showing that Pierce got but a bare ma-

Caps Dry Boot Goods.and Ready Sboes.Made Stationery Clothin,=Hard. Hats ware.and 1. HOLAHTA MIEKO, or Billy Bowlegs, 33. Tnstenuk Chopko. favored the general views of other gentle Its peculiar excellence is its unrivalled fine- jority of the popular'vote-that the vote

Crockery,Groceries Provisions.Drags and Medi- King of the Seminoles. 34. Tusakin Hajo; (related to Bowlegs.) men. less of staple and the large size of its bales. given for? Mr. Webster came from the Whig 5

t i te.Segars, Wine. fee .tc..which they are selling 2. Assinwah, (father-in-law of Billy, 35. TUFlenuk.Kocbokkonee Col. C. C. Yonge also made a few perti. Col. John Pope obtained the prize at theYirld's party, and added to Gen. ScottY rote makes ... -
at the very lowest each prices. nent remarks, and urged; the propriety of % Fair at London. He is an accom- it'1.394.,360that thousands of disaffected : -
JacklOn1"iUe,.-an.2D.1 53 and Big Man of his tribe.) 36. Cabil, (J2.' years old, eon of Ness. :going to work at once, for the purpose of :i plieheJ planter. Whigs did not vote at all, while some of the

JAmES HANBAlIKEEPS 3. Achulee Hajo. S no-ranutn.) ascertaining what can be done by actual party voted for Gen. Pierce-that General

4. A-sa-ho-Iee, (son of Hoith-le-wake, Arkansas Delegation.-Abraham, Interpreter subscription. i The New York Journal of Commerce say Pierce'a majority was not very large in anyone <-

constantlypn. of- band a general as and half brother of Waxee Hajo.) ; Genrge Cloud, full Indian; John The following resolution" unanimously of the appointed Minister from Spain : '.State, and that by good luck be got a : -

adopted ; small majority1neacb of the twenty-seven :. .
'Family Groceries pad Provisions.fresh 5. Chnjianthlokko. (younger brother of Jumper,.. Pasak-ee-ahola, Speaker ot thi<< "Resolved, That it is expedient that the "He is, we are informed a man of intelligence Stales be carried-that the change of a few .. .' >

Of which b* iI alwcjs receiving supplies. FOES Hatchee Emathla.) Seminoles! ; Tony Hadjo Co-amoo-chee, t Commissioners appointed to open Books for : and character, has been a member of thousand votes in a few of .the large States : i. :.

Numerous .Article ALSO of Household Furniture 6. Cbajianoska, (son of Nokosee Emathla. Tallahassee, shipped in' the last war. subscriptions to the Savannah and Pensaco- the Queen's Cabinet, and -about; forty would have elected Gen.. Scotland that a
of He is eminently a conservative of
should at to'. jears age. numbering a million and, a half
Uuildmx Fixtures, ifc. ..) la Railroad, proceed once open devoted the of the party
and to support
OF TOE 1SOIASS. lifeless affair bat
REMOVAL voters is by no means a
and take all
invited to call.ft Chow-es-tai-oo-chee of Hoith- the Books proper t'tep10 procure will Le the
is and
Customers are respectfully 7. (son Spanish dominion as it I nnconspicnons
the in all uis destined to play no part
to
>Store on Bay street, opposite Dr. Byme' le-wake-achulee. EtLATLI,July 2J, 1853. subscriptions" same parts last man of all tbe Queen's subjects to agree in the political history of-tbe country in the .

Baildings -CQ: jn2 8. Costa Fixico. Editor of the Jacksonville News of the State. to the cession of Cuba, either to the United future, as it has done in the past" 11 would 0 .
Gen. then offered the
lIowing
SIR: In of the 23J of this Milton Slates or to any other power. the ia not ,
S 'Edmund Whitney, your paper seem from this, that Whig party
9. Cblee Hajo, (nephew of Ismathla.) which also passed : '
resolution was the Minister
Commlscioned and legally qualified as month. discover, ItUvr over the signature : The selection of such a man, as dead
Measurer _d Inspector of Lr.mbcr for 10. Choskowa. uf "V," addressed to Mr. J. W. Bryant, in Resolved,That this meeting do now organize to the United States at this time, is no yet. _ .

Dnval Caantjr.May 11. Chokta M ikko. which the author has officiously introduced ; itself into a "Railroad Association," doubt designed i to counteract the policy The TarUT. .
be found,whea his serrires are desired, on name and applies to me an opinion totally and meet at Marianna on Saturday two : attributed by Spain to this Government in

jane 10 inquiry< at the Republican tim office 12. Echo Hajo. my contrary to my real one so far as' the weeks from this day to accomplish all purposes regard to Cuba. It is a petoffagainst: our The National Inieiligencer, of last Monday .,

13. Ee-ko-cbee. removal of 'he Indians is concerned. My of organization.On appointment of Mr. Souls, who though be contains tbe followinsi paragraph :'

BKKJAU1S F. TOWNSEND, 14. Fuss Hatcbee Etnatbla, (brother-in- friend Col. Bryant was mistaken if he raid motion, the Florida Whig and other does Lot disapprove of acquisition in tome>> "THE OVERFLOW 'or. 'run TaAscTj.

AUCTIONEER: law of BowIegH.) I agreed with him hi the opinion he ad papers in the State are requested to publish other way, is probably to be so instructed. There is now a surplus of within a fraction

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 15. FUN Hajo, (son of 3.) vanced.I tbe proceedings of this meeting. of $22,000,000 in the Treasury, notwithstanding
meeting adjourned.THOMAS
lUspectfully solicits sales in. Town and Country 16. Foklinaa, son of ,Hoith-lee-wake- presume, however, .this that anonymous Ou motion the M. WHITE, Piu 1tnt. Gov. NEIL'S. BKOWJJ.The WashingtonUnion tbe Secretary is redeeming United
revive political the
writer felt inclined to States stocks and otherwise paying -
Bit Asretioa Room is over the Store oceopied by achulee.) S vindictiveness so strongly developed and JOHN F. HUGES, Secretary. of 24th ult., says: public debt as far as the law to that end

S. Williams- (Dr. Foreman's old'stand.) 17. Fus Enaba. ., carrirdouCagainst:: me by a majority Marianna, Fla., July IMA, 1853. "'Thisdistinguisbed: gentleman our will allow him.' Thus it 'appears that thegovernment's

RCTCSCXCES. 18. Hoilh-le-wake-achnlee.] of the wt ever memorable Legislature simply Minister to St. Petersburg, arrived in Washinglun revenues 'are increasing sorpidjy .

0. M. ,Le, Eaq.Madison; John W. Westcott because they.knew me to be a Wlti,;. Yellow FeTer at New Orleans. yesterday on return'to .his homein as that the public debt is being fast
St. A gatine; Jaa. .LtT lptoD, 9. N. 'WO- 19. Hoitb-le-paya, (brother of 18.) : it Tennessee He left Russia in, rather |
all
would not rioticehis .letter At were !extinguished without materially decreasingthe
12 24th ulu
of
liaaas.Jacksonville. "j The Delta says-
20. Hokssiss Hajo.' health but we are glad .to learn
not fur the purpose of disabusing the impression delicate amount of cash on ha cL .Wbat will
Charles Do Waal, Auctioneer, 21. Holuttkec Tustennnkkee, (brother of 1 given to,your readers, that I was Its with deep sorrow and pain that. we that the 'voyage has restored him to bis 'Congress do with this surplus 1 Will it not. .
Fever
JACKSONVILLE, E.F. 17. opposed to the*removal of,the, In ians.. ,So. feel bound to admit that the Yellow usualltalth.V e understand that he expresses be a bane to tlie real interests of the
Sale*Sa sac part .f.lbs County.attended to, ) far from it, I am,. and ever have been prevails;) in'this city to an extent equal, if tbe opinion that there will be no States very J The' fear is thai it will be regarded
.ad respectfully solicited 22. Hoitblee: Machtee. not surpassing, almost any previous year of between Russia"and Turkey,
advocate for their immediate war
His Anetion itoouis sad Store-house are kept strongly speedy expul merely as'so much'plunder, to squabbled
m Bay Street.near the principal market; where 23. Itu Mannnttee, (son of 19, half sion., h does not follow that bec use' I its history. According to the report.of the although l he,is not surprised by the; occultation for by a horde of sharps men, each of whoa

he kaeps on hand at ail aaojK of the 'year, on brother of Maxee Haju.) i have recommended peaceable removal!, if Chanty HospitaHor the twenty-four hours of the Moldavian and Walladiia pro will keep a freedoggery here' next winterto

the mad reasonable twins, family Groceries and popsible, 1 should opposed tolheir going on Thursday; a, larger number! of deaths vinces.:, '.He anticipated) this 'movement of' aid their operations on the members."
J;>Prevision for cash or country prodnee., 24. Kapifca Yahola. if furce should! be-necessary. effect the ob- have occurred from this diseanethan have, the Emperor's forces before be. left St.ter&burgh.tI. .
Post
Goods Nut to Sohseriber on Commission either 25. M'kko Haju (*on of.2.) Government perhaps) ever before been reported in the Upon whid tw"orkEtmiag:
General
Had the
pursued '
fur private or&nction4ispoul, will be quickly ject.: q;: ,
thus
for speaks :
timll. .. That number is forty-two
.
26. Mikko Kochokkonnee or Ponreyib His Gov. une. S
attended to aad aaaoonU speedily forwardedfiaUcriber ; the plan proposed by. Excellency - brings
la for the 24 hours preceding 12 M"" oa the 21st "As surely; as breaking the, neck
has been known this eommoBity of 25.) Brown near two j ears since-'the olive ALABAMA AND F .o nDA iUAILaOAD-SeY.
ten (nephew
a ...her of years as a.etnsersnd otherwise. branch in dne hand and abe sword in tbeulber"uot The deaths during the.week before last, at from this place, officersin death, no surely trill an excess of 'revenue:
be He-offers. recommendations. ,.but.-desire' thai 27. Jlunuailsee (tepson to Old Alligator -I! an Indian would have been left the Hospital,when the presence of an epidemic eral the of Alabama the gentlemen section of the Gulf Road returned in the treasury, beget corruption. We are'
nei shoald be made regarding himself .of showed nearlyas the
been admitted, that the.InteHigencer ares eviljn
who emigrated.) bad not
*Commercial UVSM at the place of his reri- among us now. Col.l; Bryant's plan would from their trip to Pensacola a few glad 'W., !
dine,. CHARLES. DaW AAL. 28. Noksa Hajo or Mee-bai-see, (son ,of I be only.suspending the .ey.il._not remedyingit large a number occurred.in the, sanje days wnce.,:All matter have been favorably such extent a? ithas Mated it,arid percent wilb* :: ',' -

: '!vtmbet1llb.1S2. If 14.) ; The fact of Indians being iu the coun- establishment during any.week of the year arranged,' and the 'Surveyors commence ing it,'we hope that journalwill Join ...'... -:
visited The
which antidote only
would ever deter useful 'emigrants from '1347,-;the last.greatepidemic. week.. They speakin '.the u* in demanding ttie '.:
Jacksonville .Foundry 29. Kokosee Emathla, (ran of 2.) try onrcity. ..1Cnutn' oprations-next one which tbe ca.dmits, 'is 'in diminish ,:
; frontier however peaceably beautiful location oiPensarola
the the
Ruling on highest termsol
"
..D 30. Ninnee Honeathlee Tostennnkkee, or Hospmt. 'The f lIowi"g'is the revenue aDa4III:collected, to eUnnch. '/ "
inclined the Indians,,may ,appear to ..be. :' the salubrity of its climate) ; and : '
*TT gl CDD:14:: CItpD1.,. EoebaYahala. ,animosity the weekly report of the:above institution,' the aources.of HB overflow- which the .' ; j: "
ould instinctive for the class
-S That natural,, I ;r .say, facilities as a port large ,
from Friday; ihe I5thr..to, Friday;the, 22d ifc; Ingencer find eb: pernicious. The revenue :: .
tovrard 1tbe
'also of
1iJieo'.eh ( of HoithJepoya existing lathe one ace and stearners-aTild the unbounded ;:-, .
Okt a : e, son '
31. rfjipa :
mIlE extensire anew :'
made and mast be draught
: nVseriben, having I other from infancy and'nurtured insu, at 12 o'clock M.; carefully 'prttared.f -tendered them by the laws taken to ;
.. Tslnabb Improvements is their establisb- :) engendered Crescent Hy.Yanderlinden, hospitality -u the burdens borne by the people mud b. : <,
< the by .- <
obliterated.' The ; :
sent.are now prepared to fornishOieaai in'manhood can never be inhabitants, of,the i, ancient chji;f akecft duties from : '
the ;
OsaEnebarelatedtoHolntkeeTnstennnkkeel clerk lightened we must :
Englies of from 1 32. ;'nev..r 'intended: that weshould the obliging : ; '
rtquired 'of
power nature
any God extracted from '
31< a Montgomerypa : : #
The above ? convenience : :
5s to sa hundred luane. :' ; I ) 5- ''Assimilate 'nor i ia it prudent;'at least Admitted .-' ;" ,i- ,> !all articles'which there isanr : .
,
'V MillsSn. w-ab. that we' sboald.. Even 'if Discharged -? .- --. ,f, :- 282 ,,''affords ,a reasonable prospect ,ol, in admitting free; and :reduce.'them.rOD 'aD'1<;' ; :
Ji m. ,1 33. See-pah-sab-kee, (son of' as n ) ; for oar own race, ; '213imberrem'ainngiui TiOIedJ'IOCtheevilrwboa :..
: = ; and one'half of them t 'be Died. TV-- ---'' the ultimate completion of this important: the remainder" 'That is the
Pow"; 34. Oklaw. Ah1ie, '(nephew of Ch klafidt' force be neceseaty, it N Hospital. -. ,769 prepared to spplv it wW: >
Grist Mnis, ad an .tber Bidtlacrj wed b killed. 'the wbole family destroyed, work 0 .
*
or -
wen from Yellow "' band J. then is s- .. .
1k1is5112t,7. 4rass :l' be more-Itumane Uiaa?to allow them Of 213'deaths, 180 S a firm and anebrbking '_ "' ,
tIro. &ad 1\ "Casting oIHolthle-payo. !would ed since the Fever an increase of 94 over the preceding ; ip. t con icerahle-.party bj-rndy';> for -tais ,refoirn '
<
S ) Year' have *lapt :
So-sa-yee, ( : When
35. us. .
Osicra
'
among TiRii .
&. MilIsa4 tbel ;teilrlg. ** 1832 9tb week .- / *;: THE Fopt there is aargeiarIyftheWCt1we
IB ? ;
ISunnumtatatskee: or Phillip,(ntphew treaty of FayiieV LandingV. r ; 'of tb Delta Cromwell berame"JProtectort:after the deathof : ; *and .hop
36. : .. .. aoutbem uorllon1t Dr. Dalton. .informs the. ....editor. .. ., there u"'at least there was,
M ,from DI'.iiJ a \1.. .. .i oven now__ our_ ; *
tML in.y pa.rdaaita ->n> v.vw Charles | bejcaused stainpofibe cap iba
> :
,
S : tbat1hedioese at .soatay
.. ) that he fiTlfllyat convinced : tbereJs a party
i. part at th. .SUt, by to Bowlegs. ,, the tatelsai tar from binfr.ett ed- up by'be fi .now strong
any $ onlh. used
ofllibertV be oi>
to placed ',
sSIs. -!::?i4"when' desired,,and .izon TosUnBOsrHajo: (stepspa" ".(Cboku -' whiles'as it was then,"'f romio other rcatonbat :present. that" \ c4ynotbyftfl7'" ;Y; '# '?: -tf ] : by;.tbe G\nmment.. ,;Soon after paper the reatora. 'To_:wblcb 1 tbel&vannabGeorgianijjuU; $: : *-: >

.. )I it to.> because! "the'Indians inhabit span [ epidemic ? : liontof Cbarles'lU:havingbecWionJoVusetome : ">7e believe; *hte can.very wnfideBdTsay"tbatj 1
confined : ; '
:;: Lad stiiBat | ,forBished, without ,- ;atid ,Hasayft"it is ,merely sporadic, OT;> : np.sed.
taaoaestion" newii
.38 Wji )t O ( tep i'O 1.y: of/it; indndepedentlfTOa11Wben! '' ; : for.despatch**, that government .were' '!': '
: : ,... pn to ceriainlocalutiesnd: ; ropagated.tbereby paper :
: Hhe se4itheastronerpantyinfsvorot swrta
: be
# lIOONEt t,GOC> N.. '> -' : o(7)' where:;tbcyf please,* depredalmg opun 'circumstances"the ;roo .t 'favorabl. ...todiseasesof paper,was brought to Jhmn.:".Oa. loot'? at I tbere would :very-seen ; ,
JuedmcdiehiisSi 39.: 1\IP. ( ,., /_ ', their wbi elIeitrhbora"with'lm.tp : ; be sehdOSO1;

:J_.i.a' 1aJ.1a' ,J. .Jr, 40.. Ttt' *- 'Hatebee" ;Em*this';<,'..(brotber....-:: >i ">. projiflyb1, f.t: W .'r un'w ;lai 'b .:.ta' fUid.e tbat: in every'those descnptionrThe'Doctorstates places where tbe disease it the.*meaning nd discovering of!it. "On thestawp'being told, be inquired saidaTaWit the Tariff of 1e46thanuiskd',. OU* .

js ftHn. wef'1: : ; ; at H>e b dOol r.GO'nromelltl, J lo most alent be found in bounce\ away, l'1tbT..DolbiD t3-:dowHbtbsfoorscap.n ,seven:years'since in faTorof 01 tM. IedO.
still is moil some
esutinaN to be iiestb'eIbHsiaD.es.dtk. :" 110. the helm pre 1. "
... that thos* ,t : tbat of 1842.
.. ) hope
i I o sincerely
at .B .4I..fca illirt-IM: 'io"BJDgl* rooms-as ap ay tmicnnts,
. :a: .c.t ...., enforce. Ibta Temoval the ont way or; -11&1. .
S .
will a
lIDt'tt.llfltotfaD1 IteitlUte. flakt.t asv'(3.yeata.r -. ., T F -.<1'r I' i....
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Latfe Slave Case. >:**< lfBl ; Thingstbey Ji ) I.t w'-t
,, '. .. >MooraaT:- ,:Aug.t Jiti; ii'H r fill UkL! .. usli, assuming the soitSlbabiilVoJ( 'no pouthihityof-adisinten ; and V: '. :. : ,, "
stated Baltimore l by.the: V oucrcnAauAagtonncil
We yesterday, eay* the { rrbabytiow! Got" ;
'
the The ins .f1 i'.t\> ntjerfor... ; f"f j v' 4 ..r te ice, and Sto2tpnitorn!( f nmntThl4r. C metthi day: a&och4m
Sun of 26th ,July that Mr. Ingraharo, F'P _' jt 0 S ) T.v.E'... .. lnhzieVandt' ebas ,
f ; .
[whigi.itt t Montgomery: cotontyis :1.. : 1- semiciv1i| ( ol our pdp. .- Present?'Hon. T.-
United States Commissioner Philadelphia, gress, .1 _. f.\ '; .r------ t : -. Fast a,. pirt : been grbishtwrolged fp.\ ietiaflaCttOO.4IInz4r4u7zcatl : Swart '!Itmd.tj'h4
on Saturday ordered William Fisher, a fugitive about 40 votes, bi5 TotfnJlusseI|| cottnty! ,1' ,![hurSd3r3AUP1St1IVxssEL; : j : n or so merged);aSiong' j"saMimi- : Messrs.; BoursJJ.. ; 'Clark, Ii.' ; Clirk..
_
Mr.!Howard slave into, of the Cecilcounty custody of, bis Maryland master] ,, is In 325,Macon, and that county of Ctopton3bO., the Wfiig)county, \ ticketis 'f' IN DISTRESS.-Messrs.. ." .Waver & ia!.o1' us. ''as..'o Jose). ;the' alarming &.Whie certain 4t.-- i party'presserare T ; Juxurfa- ,Oak, and Ward, Councilmtn.., V _

distinctions with which we'now
elected.In traces and The minntes. :o1'thi .last
i
having tin lathe which let
and that a writ fbejcorpus letter wrIters meetor-'wir
been subsequently isaned from the Court ofFQnamrTSessionsrtUreetinsr Montgomery, MacOn, Chambers, and Co. have'ad i es, from Georgeown, S- Cuflhe .' regahe i.e4iink.afl r9 'c r grbage \ & Cte, r ppro, !;,r l. ""

; .CoJ.:Wynkoop,' Barbnur counties,'the cont' rior-. Congress -'1st instant,'wtich-rtate that on tl either of these objects, IS tar less perilous' trbi" Tbe chairman of the,committee i
fc othercharge's'
i round each
the U. S: Marshal], to produce the body-in will probably be very close.:- .Wednesday previous .the. sbr. lidrc to the of, the.Statelthanjojnalse a -" '>are forking to to revfstHbYOttinantw of Ih iT Ipi
.order,. it is alleged, to. release his bail, but In Mobil district, Phillips-has; 200;,.majority Haxkvrt Leek put'lnto t -interst bf dishonesty, against T; But r .1e
and the Democrat'c ticket is elected. ,Cpt r precipitate a open war upon the Indiats; for further time i to make,
probably with tbe intent of preventing or -ate k King, .while Collector ot, 'the Customs. jnCaljforiKiytbe report, w ,
distress
3ui.-n" < his, Aurrendar' --he iefused-lo -comtly Dowdell. is-probably, -elected te.Congress.--. tbe'morning, Ibe :of rig,sprung 27th "alt. About.at .sea one.on. I for though,we' should! undoubieliin time fate action of Congress to- 'grante. eh

whereupon he was arrested for contempt Another dispatch says : tb i ex pel,*.them' from. our'limit! by war'our' State. wards that gentleman looks singularly he et Committee, was,also:alloved
= .t
of:court. The Marshal, it appears, Clopton probably elected-Phillips ahead., third .of'tbe'cargowaa landed-j j -a"damaged would retrograde from its effects to an 'extent cxtill next meeting to njake their
.Il' in his refusal to produce the body of Fisher, condition, which a .called. culpatory. In the deficiency bill, approved report '
upon survey
5.15 P. M.
,
,
MoirrooMKBT, Aug. \
&
which
before the Quarter Sessions, takes the Clopton's majority over AbercombemMontgomery heB surveyors ,recommended .
.1tfOund 1hat'.Mr.' Ingraham 'acts-'as: Judge is In Macon come., f foundthe i i to.be paid. .,. i"
co 20. county, .goods should be sold{at aution, and '' following. provision,, ., V : .< '
for the United States; and his decisions cannot The poll surveying Thos. for
y
hundred and to thrte hun professional
from fifty
two I beJan.s-does 8. And te.it; That, Duglas'.s services
the balance of the Jack. rurner. ,
bereYersed! by;a. ,Slate tribunaL The dred. Phillips' majority over Lockwood cargo reshipped to not pre-suppose .withholding ,: in i c settlement of enadr, late $10 ; and,for hauling,- $14 50.

."Court of Quarter Sessions.on tribunals, the have other [whig:] in Mobile county is two hundredand sonvie.with' despatch. The vessel was drawing of a respectable ,force of Govern Cotlectorothe1'6rtof San Francisco, In ,BiU'Bdnting's, for cleaning! out well
hand claims that the Slate a
I -aad
The whole democratic' ticket is bound for tb place.'Vlhdawal. .
fifty. ,
the State of California, be allowed credit
of the ment State voluueers 'from the dit cbesS6. "
right to examine into the legality imprisonment troops or "-."
elected the :
to Legislature.
for five thousand dollars advanced to J. .
of a' citizen, and interfere, if of Col. ftlltchel. frontier. asthefndZane in l
So long are any ames A. Peden's bill l of $25, for
Neely Johnson for taking the seventh .
census. -
: need -be, to prevent" Mr. Ingraham from Kentucky Election. prfes
sense in a doubtful attitude, this force should sional services rendered .
.
the from Ocala ,
We take the
transcending his ,oers. The PLUadeI1.hia.Lecfgerays following lat Counc
'..';. : LOUISVILLE, Aug. 1, P. M. Mirror, which of course ,induces ujjito be kept on the lines-first-as a permanent As all claims are examined" by- committees presented and laid upon the .-..Coaa-1.W,

the of The following returns of the Congressional name of Cot.' security to the people of the south, and secondly in before bti ijr poi( man H.K.W. Clark called tor the
one withdraw the
: 'c.W e do not regard; case as election in this State have been received : Mtcbel'lr, Congress d.on ci .ait

any conflict .of authority between the State In this city, which forms part of the our columns : that their'posts might be ra lying and passed, it is strange that this credit for 'and' toes on this yote which: being t

and the United States Courts at aU. It i iff 7th Congressional District, !Mr. Preston, the Editors perceivethat points in case of any interruption of '"advanced" by Mr.. King ,should resulted as1: follows :' f. em
'. misconception\ of his duty by the JiroentemenI moneyS
merely Whig candidate for Congress, has 1,250 my your paper surveys by hostilities. if there was ,Ayes:Messni. bn Clark ''
United, Slates Marshal. The act of Congress and is chosen. Wolfe, na aJo\ved ,any thing .suspicions 'Bour'I
Courts majority, undoubtedly asa candidate for the Judgeship ot the Our aim should be to ,throw the onus of : .' n
the State
; takes from jurisdic."tion whig, is elected to the Senate.In Eastern Circuit. This announcement has or wrong in the diSha'rge of his du- Ok

in Fugitive Slave cases_ where tbe the Ashland District, Mr. Breckenridge, been made in accordance with conditional commencing hostilities upon the Indians : ties. '. Noes- Iesr. H. .E. W. Clark 'and
<)u elwtn nf nwnoThtp.Qn4 rrice i io concerned democrat, is re.elected by a handsome ma of themselves ; and should they determine to I ; Ward.. : V
: butt does not take away j jurisdiction consent to it given by me to some myfriends HON. T.:, BUTLER KINO.-In our telegraphic l V
-over offences against the commonwealth, jority. in'which I reserved to myself the t resist our humane and peaceful measures,I column yesterday was a paragraph James L..I Hogarth, tendered, 'resignation '
In.lhe 5th district the is close
vote
.committed within its borders. The jurisdiction between Hill,.whig, and Stone,very democrat, privilege of declining their nomination then the strength and feelings of our whole 1 stating that the Hon. T.' Butler King, late as Town j. Marshal1 which was
should future consideration determine 'neiTe
of each authority ,is clearly markedout and the result is doubtful. Stone was elected me to people should, as we have'no doubt ,those Collector at San Francisco, had been charged The Intendant placed the'
do I
stated
and it was the io answer so. to my friends that it was with n E
jMarsnarsuuiy hundred thousand. of
in 1851 by 363 influences would, be brought to bear using- dollrs. ward Gordon
to. Absalom
majority.
doubtful whether would ,
the writ of habeas corpus'issued i by the very ultimately j Government funds.. We learn Hoar a T. G. V
Quarter Sessions. The object of that writon [SECOND DESPATCH.] consent to be a candidate, but if they desiredto I wards the result which the dictates of patriotism that the charge js sid to, have morning Myers in nomination for tb ofTowa
riginate
p the part of those who applied for it. may LOUISVILLE, Aug. 2. place my name among the list of as would present to us-the termination in a jooTrnal published at San Marshal, and upon 'a vote being taken,
have been to the alleged fugitive out of The returns from the 19th district indicate pirants with this understanding they were E.
get of their war by their speedy deportation I is a pure fabrication. Mr. King I ward Gordon was found to elect ).
'tbat organize
the Marshal's custody and as an excuse for hedge [whig] is elected to Congress at liberty to do so. the at Fan .b "
the latter's refusing to obey the writ, It. IS :, over R. 11, Stanton. Since that time more mature thought or annihilation. circumstances custom.hous of peculiar Yrancis difficulty and Ceo. C. Powers tendered his resignation
,
.said that be i is responsible for the:safe deliverance LAT.ER.-A despatch just from Maysville upon the subject has presented to me Tea was compelled to assume a Clerk of the Counci which was also received -
to the owner of any fugitive in his states that full returns have been received, sons of a personal nature which constrainme Our statement that an effort would be bilities in cases not provided many fot respnsi- *
by I .
with without and HoJge is. elected. Leander M. Cox, to decline the nomination. '
cu'tody'tiether icleased or made to have
all his
Col. appointed to tbe such instances
Harney course was. approvedby The Intendant
his consent. But this excuse cannot cer wh i i-- is also elected to Congress in the 9thlitrlct. These reasons are of such a character, nemnnatedCoarnDrew
Both of them that it is detail work of a speedy removal of the Indians:, tbe Treasury Department ; and though to fill tbe office made vacant
tainly avail in this instance. It is not to be are whig gains.- unnecessary to them in a a officer be by i rtsigl
as public
'presumed that the Stale, Courts intended to I Baltimore Sun.Turkey. i, public communication ;: though I am willing was based, a we remarked, upon forma-- the lawless part of tbe was population not acceptable of ,the to nation and be was elected.

-violate the Unite I States laws, or frustrate I to explain them to any person, and have no tien communicated in a letter from Senator city, he received the most flattering testimonials On'motion by Bours, -

their action. If the Marshal had producedthe and Russia. doubt that they will be deemed stisfactor.While Mallory, received in this place. We have of respect and confidence.from the 1 That Cunima tbe Town Council form
I
feel RJft
and elated the facts under which compelled to
man Thirty Russia was at with subsequently beard that it has been definitely most eminent of the commercial community. '
years ago war
the fugiiive was held in custody, the Court nomination, which I regret to do after my its e) a Board of Health. V
Turkey. As that event may possibly again name has been thus fixed upon that Capt. Casey, uniting in No man living has a more nice sense than : '
Quarter Sessions would undoubtedly have it is publicly mentioned, I Mr. of and There being no .further before
King
occur, interesting-says the .N. Y. duty responsibility, and bas'ne.
respected the action of the U. S. Commissioner Tribune-to recur to the sentiments of two cannot refrain those who his military capacity, as he has done for a we do not hesitate to pronounce any imputation the Conncil J, adjourned. _

released the bail, and handed the alleged of the most eminent that existed have announced mefof my sincere and longtime, the functions of an Agent his
men at that earnest gratitude for the distinction among upon integrity a a ,public officer G..C. Powcss, C. C.
of
tbe the United
fugitive over to custody time, of the merits of the question, and of confer they the Florida Indians, will again resume his as 'a base calumny.-Boston Transcript, V
:-Stales. i were willing It is
MarshaL"w from ar in general. Jefferson,'when he wrote expression of confidence upon in me me., and readiness an j duties in that service, and have charge of the July 28. _ At a meeting of the Board of Directors(
A despatch Philadelphia says : this letter, was 82 years ol age,- and John I the Jacksonville and
in local intercourse Alligator
of
to'promote me profession of the tribes. From this
my Plank Ro
Adams 90. Day DOCK PENSACOLA.
The afiair is NAVL
AT
producing considerable *
? ex.'citemellt. which I shall entertain the most infer i I Company, .held at Jacksonville on
we that there has been failure 1stday
The United States District Court MOKTICELLO, June 1, 1822. graeulrecledion. in the stated that the Commission whose duty '
-to-day issued a writ of habeas corpus for the 5 "To return to the news of the I ob't. effort to have Cot. Harney-the terrible In is to examine and the i of.August ;flslV!. the "resolutions.of tbe
or Naval
am accept reject 1
q. body of Marshal' Wynkoop, and afterwards day ; it seems that the Cannibals of Europeare your C. A. M.servt.M1TCHEL. dian.hanger-sent down among us, and that Floating Dock Savannah subscribers,adopted at their,netting .
.quashed it, acknowledging' the power cUbe going to eat one another again. A war Indian affairs to remain in Dry at Pensacola, have re:- in Savannah on the 7th July !lasL/wera tread
are tatu for
lower court in tbe premises. The Marshal, between Russia and Turkey is like the battle The Indians. Q pored.adversely to the 8tr ctllre.. The I 'By the, :Secretary ,when in-
6lill refusing to surrender the slave, has been of the kite and snake ; which ever destroys a while. Should the policy which we have Commissioners required the frigate j' reply, it

eent to prison. the other, leaves a destroyer less fore On our first page will be found a communication imperfectly indicated in another article fo 1- be taken upon tbe dock, and drawn Clumbia'JO off \as ,

Another despatch, of date the 26th, says: th world. This pugnacious humor man. from Gea. B. Hopkins, addressedto low up the reinstatement of Capt. Casey: the railway connected with Resolved, ,That the Board of Director see
In Court of Quarter Sessions tins kind seems to be the law of his nature upon it with all nothing in the resolutions adopted on the
,
morning
of the obstacles the Nrics, and copied by us from that we do not know but we would rather seethe her stores and 7th of the Savannah
George Smith, the fugitive slave, could one to too great multiplication pa. /guns armament on board I, July 'by subscriberstothe
not be surrendered by his bail, in consequence provided in the mechanism of the (Uni per, in reply t a previous communication beginning this way, than to see Gen.Harney and to remain in that position for a given stock of this company, to induce tem

of an informality in the application. verse. The cocks of the hen yard kill one in its columns. I will be remembered that sent down to finish the Indian time. The contractor?,.Messrs. Dakin, Gilbert I- to alter their order of the 25th May, b .et
another : bears, bulls, rams do the ul fore communicated to said subscribers.Resolyed .
Smith then ,
was discharged, but immediately same, business
with
was we some weeks published a single flourish his
ago a communication sword Secor &
arrested by the United States and the horse in his wild state kills all the Co., o New York, deny that 'That thf Secretary dO proceed,
males til from J. W. Bryant, advancing a I makes little difference to us'wbat adminis.tration the terms of the by publication =in
-Marshal, who placed him in a carriage and young worn dqxvn with age and Cot contract require this service: ac th terms
.drove totbe Baltimore railroad, depot. war, some vigorous youth kills him. * pacific jolicy towards the.Indians in this deals with this knotty question. I at their'Laud.*, and refuse to perform it. of the charter, to forfeit the of all V

The friends of the slave followed in close I hope we shall prove how much happier State-by surveying and gradually occupying it act wisely, and do not forget the true i in. 'subscribers to the stock of this company,

pursuit to arrest him on the bail. for man the Quaker policy is, and that the I: the land now in their and terests of our State'it shall have THE SICKNESS IN PHLDELHu.-It resident in Savannah, who shall no bare
possession
cheer.ful
The result of the pnrsuit is not yet L life of the feeder is better than that of the our thought that the fever from which several paid their first instalment by the first day of
;known, but his friends! will probably .' fighter. And it is some consolation that the giving certain reasons in support of his commendation. I is no party football; September next. .

him to Maryland. carry' "j' desolation by these maniacs of one part of I views. This letter was replied to by a correspondent and when some of our political opponentswere deaths ha occurred in Philadelphia ha e n. That these _resolutions. be

SECOND DESPATCH.-After the fugitive the earth is the means of improving it in of the News, who signed himself inclined to be denunciatory of the last tirely disappeared, but- we learn from a Philadelphia hi Ordered Jacksonville papers. pub_

was placed in tbe bands of the Marshal, a another and let us part milk Let the the cow latter while be our office ; y." This writer undertook to repel, with administration, for not ridding the State of letter in the Baltimore Sun that ia GEO.' W. CALL.'

in hail order piece to was reclaim got out him.by Officers the abolitionists holds her by the horns, and the the Turk Russian by some manifestation of pungency, certain the Indians at one fell swoop,' and pre.a:id- young man named Clements, whose fatherkeeps -__ .

patched to the Baltimore railroad were de the tail. .God bless you, and give you imputations which be alleged had been cast ulatory of its successor for what. it would the Commercial House, on .tl ic A PabIUBi EXCOMMUXICATIOM..

.-expecting that he would be sent on depot in the health, strength good spirts, and as much upon the people of the frontier in the communication do, we thought the Florida Indians would wharves above South Street, died suddenly article in the Washington Union .(says.the
of life
two o'clock train. The fugitive was not as you"THOMAS think worth having. to which be was replying, and be still something like a wolf by.the ears,' on Monday forenoon of the 1st, from what Providence Journal) 'ommunic ting'the

there he however taken and the supposition is that JEFFERSON. in general to oppose the views of Col. Bry- whatever party might have the management is reported to be yellow fever. The letler Buffalo Republic-said t have received, i
was out of the State
in
The officer with the bail piece went a carriage.on to Mr. Adams' Reply. ant. Tot : a rejoinder appeared from-Col. of them. But our information a to the says :. Two or three other sudden dealhshave manusript the. personal approbation of

Wilmington in the train, expecting; to head QCINCT, June 11,1822. B. 7ri the News, in which the imputation course of the Administration are mere passing taken place in the same neighborhoodsince President-has been followed by an'aJm-,

the Marshal off; but there is no intelligence Dear Sir.-Half an hour ago I received, charged to be cast upon the frontier peoplewas o dits, and we only give them as such.: Friday night. They died from malig-tiscment ;vorth n ar$ .OOo' given to t
..of the result. No riotous demonstration and this moment have heard reaJ/for the denied the'number : nant fevers, supposed to have been
in the city, though the occurred third or fourth time, ihe best letter that ever a regret expressed at the apparent As to of Indians in the country ; broughthere paper! We suppose western organ 'of

the fugitive was lursued carriage by a crowd containing was. writen by an octagenarian,dated June 1. desire of V." to sacrifice argument to we think Gen. Hopkins has overestimated by the.bark Mandarin.. ew York Barnburnerism would liketo'le

ol blacks. S S "This globe is a theatre of war ; pungency, and a frank declaration made in allowing 4 extra to every warrior excommunicated weekly on the same termvn

i its inhabitants are all heroes. The little that whatever the writer might have proposed be has. enumerated., Many of those warriors Roger A. Pryor, Esq, late of the Was h. And the excommunication, of the New
,
klngton Go slp.WASHINGTON eels in vinegar, and the animalcules in !: Union and the .'
: author of the
pep. his only aim was to arrive the tbe of York will be
p er-water, 1 believe at were sons families: when the I list r arice.toucbing Pos folowe by the appointment .
are
quarrelsome. The
July 26, 1832. bees are as warlike as the Romans, Russians best policy to be pursued in reference to i said to have been taken, six years ago.: Russia intends, it is said, publishing ofiisrightband man, John A. Kr, .

*'" A California newspaper, received by the Britons,or Frenchmen. Ants, caterpillars Indians. It was said also, that as the theG en. H. allows' 50 to have been :i a democratic journal at Richmond.. Minister to France, or likwis with some

Treasury jury of $au Department Francisco, has states found that a the true grand bill among, whom and cankerworms I have are the only tribes tion had been opened partly with ,a view to at that time, many of whom were unrepoted course The Washington correspondent of the fat Government job. The Union excommunicates -

of indictment against; Col. James Collier, first Heaven i itself, if we believe-Hindoos not seen battles Jews: and elicit public opinion, "V." was advised to boys or young I warriors." Fifty since, New York Express, says : the more effectually to humbug

Collector at that port, charging him with Christians and Mahomedans, has ,not al, propose any definite plan which he regrd. who have attained the ages of &warriors,1, : The prolpect I understand, is by no means ,i tbe Southern Democracy, while the President

the having public misappropriated funds; also! that some a similar$300,000 indictment of- ourselves ways been about at peace.these We need' not trouble; ed as superior to the one suggested. I wasalso are of course also tbe sons of 'families. To of the fishery an early question.,or a satisfactory settlement deals out material aids to the excommunicated -

was expected to be found against T. : because of evil things doers, nor but fret ourselves stated that the views of[ the writer of allow 4 additional Indians to eachof these with a more liberal hand. The

Butler King, who succeeded Col. Collier. trust the 'Ruler with his skies.': safely the rejoinder were endorsed by Gen. Hop. would make some of tbe families unreasonably By magnetic telegraph to the Savannah ppcrs.NEW game is a deep one. ,

charging/ him with the misapplication of "JOHN kins. A surrejoinder again appears from large, and be :
ADAMS." our mind rather
highcompounding.t I '
about t July The U. S.
OXLEXS. statement
$100,000.It the of "V. in which he 2h. Treasurer'sweekIy
pen admits
his
is not true, I believe, that the Department The Coolie In Cnba. The list of Indians "will, Yllot Fever at New O lcan,.-The total t published in the 1/nion'of
-
purpose to be pungent, lays continued stress however,be of interest tothe the-31t sows
has received official public-though number deaths in.this city
any not.ific.ij j yesterday were balance
a subject to draft in the T
lion of the facts, or any information on the To the Editvr of ihe N. Y.: Daily Times: upon the supposed reflecton on the people somewhat puzzlng-to tyros in orthographyand 124'of which 100 were from 'tbe reUowfever. ,I of !r1

b -6ubjectr.excel't that contained in the newspaper DELMOKIC j's HOTEL: July 22, 1833. of the jtontier, and remarks in substance we are indebted for its communica: $22896,306.76. ,

referred to. Some months since DFAE SIR : Having been: a reader of your that if GenvIIopkins agreeswitb Col. Bryant lion to our columns. # PACIFIC RAILAOAD.-The Washington
4be Department sent out to San Francisc paper for the last and NEwOaL"s.Aug.l. '
year of r
approving
the former
.by the present Collector-Major Hammond its "honest, manly, and candid" course, has changed his opinions, To those of our.readers who may nt have Commodore JOHN T. NEWTON, Co unnd- Union' contains a 'Ieing editorial urging

*uc ev:1ellce as it had in its pobsession: particularly with regard to Cuba, and noticing &c.. attentively read the appropriation bills of er of the Home Suadrn.of the United the construction of a railway to tbe Pac.

niith directions to have the subject brought in one-of your contemporaries 'denialof This is the link which brings us up to the last session of Congress;which we have States is not dea ha The article' urges the constitutionality .

'before,the and. grand pucb Additional jury, if the evidence evidence transmitted the certain pay and of your treatment statements of the in-Chinese regard to the letter of Gen. Hopkins, and we give the published, the following provisions for the though be is still sick,a and has removed reported his the right of the general government aid;

expected !to' t he obtained" was deemed: as sufficient was. Coolies; in said Island, I beg/ to add,my or points of the intervening discussion for the Florida Indians may be new: j flag to the U. ;. steamer Vixen, now at Pen the work," and: base3.it.upon:the war powerrwhich !.-

\'rocurcnhe\ indictments.: This actiOn testimony to the correctness of your asser. satisfaction of our readers, without having Florida 'Indians,'or hifloes.-For'tbe sacola. it affirms to_be' ample for the .pur-".'

of the Derailment was kept a profoundsecrr.t tions. Although the Cool.ca are under: a the letters before us, and only from memory removal and The. U. S. frigate Columbus sailed :from pose.tsnt ,"r-
_
until! to day, "special written contract" to 'erve for eight after a very cursory reading as they m in Florida,' two:hundred thousand 'dollars .
H Pensacola
'Coll J C Jlier'a accounts have never been' years, they are bull 'subject i to the same appeared this amount haying been heretofore appropriated Saturday for San 'Juan, having .. _. The Aupst(Ga.) Constitutionalist, .of

adjusted! by the Department. jle acknowledges treatment: as negro slaves, and are punished and carried to the surplus fund under the Hon. SOLON Boar.DU.. S. .1Iinis: the 2d jnst. says:_The Hoc,Henry .,Jack'4

Laving in |his possession'moneys be. with the same kind instrument, viz: the As for otrll we have been in favor of the act approved the thirty-first of August ter'to Central A meric on board. son, our Charge (TAffaires toAastaame-
longing to'tbe UnlteJ! lash-and I have surveying the lands the Indians eighteen hundred and i in this city last evening Athe. ,
Slates, but bad steadi- myself oidered such castigation occupied. ,I fifty.two, making appropriations The steamer Texas, sailed from New Orleans 'lr.
.-. Jy.refused to pay them Over, until! the Dei aJmijmlered,. and been'sustained- inso from the first time this policy was recommended for the civil and diplomatic expenses tor Vera Cruz on' l leaves this mrnlg.and, bk ialaad J p
of the Monday having route, and after spending a days IA:
:Bailment should allow i uncertain : : doing bythe l local Government. : Govrnmentj' .
tied suspen which, if we remember aright, I "' For tenth Gen. U. S. Minister Washington City will leave in ,a,
items charged against him From( the Their pay, under the contract by which a offifteen instalments in goods, ADSDE'I Mexico, onboard. U
Jirst, however, he declared his readiness to I employed them, was $4 ((out dollars,) per then officialJylone by Gov. Brown 'sometime stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty .' froof New York for Llrerpl.)

-fctaiid a'suit. and abide the! issue, whatever it month,and two suits'of clothes per! annum ,in 1149.. The policy! "as L\t opposed L of the. fourth'of January,. eighteen hundred The total number of deaths in.New Orleans *- CMUy.It V

nisht_be.: It teems tbe'Department prefer: -in addition to this, and primarily, the by many of the political l sof tbe and :forty-five,' two thousand dolars. during the' .Dltra.ag V '
forty-eight hours
red to take the more summar/' method of a merchant' importer received of the employer Governor, and even .treated opponent with For tenth of fifteen nt i money, sundown ending'at :: becomes our melancholy! duty.to recorJ r

criminal: proseciitioji, which will! probably a bonus of six ounce" (or $102.) upon 'each ridicule stipulated !in the fourth article 'the treaty on'MondayeveroEwas 290;. 263 the dea ot our. friend .Mr, Alexander .
end in 6mu e. Perhaps the. prosecution Sri head-this' sum'has latterly been increased: though of late many of these are found endorsing of the foul"January, eighteen hundred, weie caused by Yellow Fever. & ..,
j.
3Ir: k'ng'scase rests upon a similar basis. Obviously, the work required bf them:,' .i it,.supported .as .i it .has been:,by.the i and f ,two thousand dollars: '" NEW ORLEANS; Aug. 5. Mr. S. was in'ch rof Dr. J.. C. OJ-'

Minister Soule 'left the city to-day for particularly in view of a large immigration, whole_ l delegation in Congress,. and .urged I s riin-taw'of'Gen.: 'Taylor houn's plantation' ''at Island, m the
The ,
New York, after a'final is the tame as that gentleman alluded to'b ; Col.ls' of
conference with the performed uy tne Uegroes, with especial zeal by Senator' loViiam St. Johns River on Thursday Ju.
President this forenoon.John ; both in kind and Mallory, a C. Zantzinger' Puscagoula,of Yellow Feer.The week be $ .
degiee. wehave' ,,was lately) removed;from the with a friend a Mr. Allen, trO f
understood .
A. Culhbert Southern Rights man,I Respectfully' yours. the Senate., since ,his Jecion to ,office of Disbursing Age of the State I Department deaths at New, .Orleans of fever, for over t the main land for the purp'w
has been appointed live oak We have believed this 'poHcy"t the twenty-four hours deer
agent of the and, his number 123. hunting. They had started .
,
Government, for, Alabama. ,- 'ZCKE.v :' ,The city correspondent of :the' Washing. ',be the best, as, a.means. either,of:forcing; removawu,followed by Second Dispatch.)' Mr.,Solana cone led himselUa J a.expecting ,. .tow,
ton Republic says : the Indians ',newspaper reports .f ,a d'e to on'hispart the deer to that
.
to Ns.Oaz.asAug.5 if. ,
remove to .the West or V P. pass
com \ .
TIIK Cswtco: Fixe.-The great fire at I do not believe'bere is a shadow, of bined \ to' the' amount of $1 ,000., '.We:are The V Yellow Fever o"n iiiaea V he was in this position,his'companion eaae
Gswego, it ,is ,supposed was the ,work of foundation for the rumor that Col. Jame' with Dtheru1t ra'' processes, otdes happy to.find in thefoilowing I i the se.iu.. within gunshot and Mro1anawb.le t rising
exchanges ,
design. The Onondaga Gazette publishes Gardiner, editor ,of the Augusta, Georgia troying jjieir ;identity' as a :savage. -, Yesterday-166: deaths, er..pore,inc ; from hia' concealment,'was mistaken fO

(!!following letter which was. previously Constitutionalist, .will' get' the, mission to race unproductive! and dangerous prompt vindication! "of him. Having d.nlfI51.by Yellow, l : e.vr'i deer by Mr. Allen who shot at hUI :

Exci retired. by one vl the!'Jomroissioners of r France.: Dix is,the man; :<>/br-,the',_elec .Ia-a.a a:civilized. ;-community., ,There is. known Mr:, Zanlzinarerfram' . earlv. ,bvhn.' : Charlptt, Wynnes :and.iH*:.brig killed him instantly dead,"Mr.len's /
e, wbieh indicates fte sort of fiendswho. tions. lt we placed no 'faith'n' { the;
reporffrom the' Cioctwboth ings can be ea imagined than. descnpeor
'f one policy if it f frpm'New4Yorkvjajri the
; -
caa&ecLth, policy; :)maybe called ship
'
immense- destruction -to dS'pleaiure
ofpropert3 moment we aawitih at such 1 awful 'ierminatlba tot:.a.
: p rijt;
from araHL ,
Suffolk '
: bu.uu.uTot. Anj.:2.: which we are utterly opposed-thatof f ceep.gtMsindian : The ,Boston have z ',: .

'fJ< Dr. Hard sir, ,... A duel 'was fought .,near this city this i question' .n- :indefinite abeyance nger,-alleged E 'Ja,,defalcation Di b of,Wm. C..Za mt- The..sales, cottrnjor1the"two days ''The took'place : ,,ft,. DUO'.

l."wiaht ogev;you-Nplia that ef there amt morning at $,o'clock, ,between JOHN DOKO- State ; sipjr'Ag n( oC the Amount to1500bales; &KdaKugl teda1O4cens. Ocurence, Mr.-A4 ab. & .
:Department it' ******
,
leaving frm'te o
4 DYlliae 's.give damb noon' that tbar wont Tilt, of Chester and J. DAVIDSON LEGARof of tb'Jnians'uDdisigrb Ia isssaidundoubtedly; is'q1 in tou bodyVtG ,
fur much of this Town left by next .rpriog; I Charleston.. The latter was killed at the I their wide domain, even though ve had :' bad bavenot its origin Jn,,malice.: : His;account* 1 : V t. .- V' boat and. :conveyed dragging if' Anwe
mind:the loco matches firstre.TuaLAflD. I that: ; yet been settled, having ', _The total ,sales of th? .week 'amount to .Js c
;are plenty and,the guaranty : 1lie/WOuZd; teep;,.tht.peace,, prevented him from aInes ; Jo; There being no one on;:the: PafttallIrftfe!
.ttpl,: .rnt Iii be Deprive.of that writes ,bv I This" policy!J,pbjecf to' difficulty oaThursdaylast making.would up. .Te' 4,000 bal s.: The' receipts for.the week are, Allen conveyed the body Jo "< LJ
all
-4Iewca54ed loow in,a lana o liberty lornothio : L .AT CiiABesTp The think i it behooves every citizen tlya.e been avoided,' 1,200 bales and. !thOjstock; ,'on iancLia, ',18- PaUtkathavngon the'warpnjemassistance :: .,
: aid ,Robepon beer not fine. nuther Charleston papers don t give the particulars! C '6eStte ba.beDeparJmentgten: -1 -,
: : him, :notice.that 000bales."X'v; : of an old ,man -Jivingaio ffrmileifcotn
to set (/ace against ,.\
: thousand
Aaa or hide bet bet.i .< of"the late'fatal. duel between Capt John [..t' .us pursue dolJarshad ; Of V .Anzie IsIanJMtvbo1U*'* '

;. .>.i ;' one, .OT:five hundred. free maca.4 ." Dnuovant and;J.'D. Legate: 'Esq."whichwas : such a"plan: as.would teach j the Indians that c : not been honored.'He' bad l''ac. THE 'CR J__r reprs.rQdi1r was hrougbrto''lbI1 T' .H
untiwitbCorcorart''Riggs
\\ I fought near that city tD'I! the 2d jl1lt., we1 deem |tji* '.matter olcourM4herwasteland 1 different heads. He. drew.a:check under jEvm ra sections'of: 'toje Ipa Saturday.ue I : wa*,i*palT 8;,.1
'
nwhneedleworked: I. handkerchief) : further'than to state jtbat! the 'affair tooknlace'af :must be .and .'their the certified sgainst ufavoiable,. ,. .' ." ".- ; Cityt;arjdj u oniversafldeportment !
:
theJanili'ork ,of a'Jdr'of St. AugustinereleiitnijQtfiibeAneientCtij ,' i the; Race"Corsesh&;' f tbatMr occupied. ,limits( .;.as balance'doe him on one account; - -. ,>.V'I: ;"wooTu'm: *
Uw O
,\ : < ; 'tribe, be' :cfrcumseriliedl: 'This which Jthe banktcllerdec1inimI4ecause; i >:he (. f'< ., t
-to : ;, drew the Leffare ws"Jo.tl through the heart'at: Hiefi .foidic. .1 '- .wa. a '_iljW
liigbeKt frfee jo the.Worl JVTair and died idp rate upon them } : had.ovcrdrawnpnaQother private:account. li'Trh'Jr"ri QD' There'balcstbe / '
fit London? t J5rr; foslantlv.. :He:)waj. the ,ojilellyHo. :quiY'jtbecountryi It is 80 @ cu'd .
.4**y.anide:of:ft*,kicd'cibibiltd Ih rE.;' '. s i..:of CoLJixne5; Lepre. ,,? '" ", *::, <"' '; lttei that all will bearranged amicably, ( i' ao r lc \ '(I; ""
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TbomuJ"1'renU .' .. pereb* House. ,and neb 1 -; .,4.t J.. : \ -
.tJ".1t Jamu UY p&oa.;an. orrof. I' '. .' '.I."IUD-Bona _'tft.OO t.r.ipa' &Snu..hunaumedber"plar .' '.T :, ; '. :' -: ."' t< ..,. .z." r JN o.aatO :
nre to bbls Mest 'GA1LA1IER
,. JLTbtoL, "PJO.muE .at Intermediate landi&e Lake!.Monroe'. tenching ,:" One nu thousand new Ibs. new,Pork Sidles: : .'J. 1 4 '.

. : defendant'sad all.otters interested wm leave:;Jacksonville: every Satnrdry Dodo do new Shoulders; SdAirfiter of: tie Trwawy, *
SHIPPIN U 8T'I I I' hereby notified of the' are morning: 8 o'clock:.arriving at PaUtka Eight hundred Ibs-chokw Hams ''Claims '
institution .f tu same ; WiQ attend to before CoBfttM aad. tile
above evening.; Five .
suit by Attachment __ j hundred., Ibs.Leaf Lard. ; '
'i" .
and to : at w. M.
and
Lepmrtmeata! .
appear ; Leave -' .
Pilatka
. loJt1' OF JAC NVI1.L.E. ..time pkad to the declarations filed therein within, the 'dock, ierl.tolld Y 'morning, .t7 AUSO j' ?,:." "' I ., :ile" refer* to-all.reasonable .Brti tbT0LEhodf'
.t
prescribed law Enterprise arriving at %.> .
by ; .fI J Enterprise % new Ctut&ti.. ,
: the
c "' '' "" : Ualoai who have had besine"with kimaa4 _
Three boxes"Pin I ''",
ROBT. CheeM.
; rUED TOUNGBLOOD The SaraU., Apple # he relies for hit wilh the .
' firaldiag. For ;: saeeen upon famOiarBy
Justice of the Peace the U."S.-.MaU sale by F. WAVERIt.CO. = routine ef ...
aton."C. from btniness.
_
&C1wl Palatka .
Charle.'i11iamJJo, to Co. .
June '
80th A. D. Enterprise.. She will be Jacksonvflle Jury 23 1853.
,1858. so over 23
W
__ Ang.4-3m .
hauled .ASI11GToNMay 10 ie.zn.
: Enterprise Gordon .as to be in excellent condition for the APOTHECARY .
HALLand
. levies, >and the aeetommodation' .
' arereqoesttdlo announce BEN1l1Y'RIGllT virtue Sherlil's8ale. .BISBEE tCANOTA.otJlUMDcen, Mess Pork. Tea Depository. OILMAN; 5kic
of
BY an execution issued from a Jus April 2S-a... I .
a(a C&Ddid&t.e for Cat tice1 Court in and for the county of Dun Agents.; I 13 BARRELS,just received and for sale by So. 3,'Dr. a.'I'P.O '
I Bjrne's New Ja -
win expose at pnblie' / I 8. W. WILLIAMS. Bolldlag,. tITBT'here >
th Supreme Court at.the election in Conrt UOUM door in the-outcry town, of in Jackson front of the FAli1tEDVC.ED.- J-aly* !. sonYflie.E.F. PENNSYLVANU nNUf

.\aesL on the first Monday in. September'next within, ,- -- .. V7ABHIKOTOHCITYhvtmiorcMutSoUPnprittoref: .
is
"
i kept constantly qn hand a Large .
the usual hours of Lime!
sale the Lime!
to wit A following property FOR, PPTT.kDELPEIAUnited : T T and well(elected assortment of .
ffe are authorized to announce house and lot,being lot No.7.Jn .' ; Bbla Eastern Lime Btig Rebee- DRUGS : .,
r square S3,bounded east by property of T. Hen- : 300 JIe1' and CHEMICALS OILMAN'S ,, a

"*Tip p. HOGUE, as a candidate for the derson south by property, of T.' Douglas,west -- .- .States._ Mail. ; Line. by'A.ca and Francis received M.and REtD.for sale' ; just received by late arrivals warranted fresh and Instantaneous Ltenid Hak-Bye, 'r- -.

J.j..esocun JCSTICE of the SITOXXErfthil by property of C. Dibble and north by Monroe '- Jyll iC 1. genuine. Also PERFUMERY, COMBS, The oafg Iitat**t street-lened on as the of Simeon i BRUSHES SOAPS, LAMPS BURNING
the election property S.
M In October Philadelphia sanest
'.- State Tyler and Margaret C..Tyler,his wile to satisfy and Savannah" Steam ffariga-. .Kresli FLUID &e. &e., which will. ,be sold low for For. sale. by .
do Augu5t4 said execution in tor' of Theodore G,Myers. turn Company'. ,Groceries. cash. JOHN M. PAYNE

GEt H. SMITH, nruIE new'and splendid side- FRESH supplies Groceries and Previsions, Country orders solicited and punctually attended _JacksonvUk..Florida.
IlCUIT COURT lUDGE HIP.r1e Sheriff of Duval County. I" -wheel steamship just received and for sale by to. Physician's prescriptions pt up with GtJBA.i's
_August 4th, 1853.BA.NKS 11Tmj "STATE OF GEORGIA" jyl4 A. ok&EED. care and despatch. LIQUID Hira-D laths only stud.now .
Boo\VILUAM A. FORWARD lcA tons regisier,Capt.WALTER COLLINS' llifed in this city. Gentlemen wb wear

C nit Court for the Eastern JndiQrtBU GOULD k CO., wiQ leave Savannah as follows: SODA WATER AND SYRUPS, Whiskers or Uostaehioa of a gray or'reddish
er die .I1flE RSIGNEI) keeps eonstaptly on- of my own manufacture ia their highest state of:.|hue,wishing 10 attend a Ball or Party,eaa ap
Wednesday
*" of Florid,win be voted for by the Publish the following Valuable I July July 13.7. Wednesday" Sc t.21. 1 hand a full supply of Ii'AWL y.G ROCEuSES perfection, 'in their season, to be had at the pear in a suit of black by devoting GIlt addVtionol

Did Circuit to fill the same office which LAW BOOKS. 4' Octobers. AND PItO'11ONS.consisting partly counter. minute to their toilet m.using tbe Ttrj
,11 August 10. October 19. Goshen Butter Cheese Lard, Ham. ., celebrated article which beads this aotiea.imbuttfc .
ill',
:. large number of additional eases j September 7. November 16. Sugar of aU kinds, Coffee Teas, Sod,Butter. Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company.-

'111 Caines' Reports 3d ed. 3 vols; Anwm's Nisi This Ship has been built with the strictest re- Sugar and Boston Crackers Pilot Bread Tea direct importation,and of thirty-four varieties

-.ne Jricnda 0' LESLIE A.THOMP- Prios Reports,2d ed with many additional I gird td-the safety and comfort of her passengers, Mac -
and her Beans Potatoes Tobacco and at low .
accommodations ,Sp.Segar.SouL extremely prices.
the Associate Justices of Johnson's 20 vols. the la- unsurpassed. by any
jy.itntsooteBeof cases Reports, steamship on the coast. ALSO: CO-COUNTRY DEALERS supplied er omI H.1UXJ.KB ..
..MB*Court announce him to the voters : test and best edition; Coweo's New York Cabin Passage from Savannah to PhOa- Brandy Fruits Preserves, Prunes Sardines EKTCO ACCOMPANIED WITH CASH. .WHOLESALE

for CHIEF J of the I Reports, 9'vols. Wendell's New York Reports deiphia rV_.. Peach WATCH&JEWELRY HOUSE .
. jTfofati a candidate CSTICK ; $20 Brandy, do.. Scotch Whisky, Gardan& Flower Seeds Plants lei
th. approaching election ia October 26. vols4 Hill's N. Y. Reports, 7 Steers------------- 8 Monenahe1aWhiskey, Holland Gin; Madeira N..227 Baltimore stn S.E.cor.of Chartea it.

,toB at vole; Denio's N. Y. Reports, 5 vols. Barbour' \Vine Cherry do., Port do..Claret clo.. T. MCMILLAN. I WMPOKTKR* English and Swiss Watehes
; I II
I HERON & MARTIN, Champagne Ift and of de
,Absynthe. tools every Watch ease
__ I Law Reports, 13 vols. N. Y.; Corn- Agent in Philadelphia. ** ALSOI my26yA- --- ff Makers and ManuGscturersof flne'old Jewelry.

Jg rne Friends of Col. BYRD M. stock's Reports. 4 vols.,. N. Y.; Sand ford'. Feb. 2i-tC Dry Goods, SboeS Blankets, &e. Great Bargain. We caH the attention of Southern and Western

PEilSOJ ?,of Jacksonville announce him as a Superior COurt'Reports 2 vols.:; Johnson's Which I will sell low for cash tr country pro ; dealers In W&tcbel.Jewelry and Silver Ware.tbour
N. Y. Opposition Line carrying duce. T. G. MYERS. STOIIE"FOU very extensive stock assuring them that ia
aitfdste for the offie of ASSOCIATE J CSTICK of Chancery Reports, 7 vols.;-Hopkins' DRUG SALE. no article in our line shall we allow establishment
JL" any
lilt Sqnne CtH of the State at the approachr"L Ch. Reports Paige's N. Y. Ch. Reports, the tf. S. Mail S. THE Undersigned offers for sale his Stock of to surpass us,either in quantity, quality or

10 vols.' Edwards' N. Y. Chancery I-.e- *, schr.N. L. Davis and steamer Carolina UGS,MEDICINES,&c.,with the privilege or low prices. We are the only Wholesale Howe
ports 4 vols.; Hoffman's Ch. Reports 2d BEIWgEltPalatka PER Bbls Flour BUS Mackerel; : of the best store in the town. The stock in this branch of trade in RaHimore, and ..ha11use .,
Fla, and Savannah Ga. was purchased with great care,and will compare every fair means to bdnse Southern and Western
N. 2 Bbb. Lard 2 4 Casks
-Tbe Friends of CHARLES H. DUPOXT : ed.; Sandford's Chancery Reports Y.4 ; Brandy
j favorably with of the amount that can be
same merchant
any to accounts with ms. Our
Bbb
(INSIDE ALL THE 4 Whiskey,choice brands open
WAY
,of Gadsden county Florida, announce I vols.; Barbour's Ch. Reports, 3 vols., N. Y.; Via Picolata, Black Creek and Jacksonville) 4 Bbls Sugar;8 Boxes Soap; 2: do Codfish found. The trade is rapidly increasing, and as terms shall be as liberal and accommodating a*
Clarke's Chancery Reports N. Y. English ; the town is growing so rapidly a corresponding can possibly be found in the United States.
candidate for "ASSOCIATE JosTiCE"ofthe ; 4 Kegs Butter: 5 Foxes Ada'ne Candles. i
IB MS Fla- and St. Martfs Brunswick and Darien income of trade be When the I! We
Chancery Repolts 35 volumes'formerly jy4 T.G.MYERS. may expected. will lake great pleasure ia showing our
Stfttmt Cocrt of the State at the approach- Go plank road now in contemplation w completed, goods to Southern and Westein merchants
condensed hut now published verbatim, Jacksonville will the interior of Florida,
in October next. 1 supply whether they open accounts wibus or not.
fc ejection with notes and references to both Englishand *..f7-t g_.?r .g ft mIlE STEAM PACKET meW Grocery and Provision Store. I in a great measure with TJoods. To any onewishing L. IL MILLER & CO.,

fte are authorized to announce the American decisions, by John A. Dun- tJ _.g ::__ jj WELAKA, Captain N. .to engage in this burmese rare opportunity fcb3-6m Importers of Watches,Baltimore.
J9 KING leaves Palatka
every Monday morning is now offered. My reasons for offering -
jlM.JL G. SEMMES, as a candidate for re- lap Esq., two Vntire English volumes in at 8 o'clock. ,. TUE undersigned. respectfully informs the eit- the Store for sale is that I have other business

Itetiant the office of ASSOCUTE JUSTICE of the one American.; Fhillippa on Evidence, 5 Arrives at Jacksonville same evening and has opened a of.new Jacksonville stock of and vicinity that he which will take all of my tim,. Any eounuunicatioa MALONE. _$ TAYLOR,

vols. with extensive notes and referencesby leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock touchingat will be promptly attended to. LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Court,at the next October election. all the FAMILY GROCERIES &
Sqreme intermediate places as above. PROVISfONS, JOHN M. PAYNE. -
the Hon. Ezek Cowen one of the Judgesof FIJtSTWRAEF JET.oW'nu IT.; .
Through Fare from Palatka Picolata, and In the Store Fla. 1333.I. .
117.! formerly occupied by S. X. Jacksonville May Ittth
the Supreme Conrt of the State of New Black] Creek, -- $800 WILLIAMS., ---",-.-_.._- Very respectfully PHILADELPHIA solicit consignments, of.

iSMhe Friends of the lion. THOMAS York assisted by Nicholas Hill, Jon. Coo Through Fare from Jacksonville 6 00 where every article necessary for Family Use,can SA V ANNAH ADVERTISE'MENTSI..W. : Southern Lumber Shingles &.c. &c.

DOUGLAS (late Judge of the Eastern Circuit,) sellor at Law; N. Y. Digest, 4 vols., beinga ftJ-N. B. The Welaka connects with the be obtained.. reasonable terms and for ,cash.I -- Refrto- ,. '
from
nuance him as a candidate for the office of Digest of all the N. Y. Common Law Re- phia.ateanuhlp.State or. Georgia-for Philadel July invite a call purchasers.J. B. HOWELL MORRELL & CO., A. MCCALLA, Cashier Camden Bank, N.JUJO .
the : ATHAM B Philadelphia
ports from the earliest period to present ;
ocumJvrzcrofthe Supreme Court, at the Accrrs.
cfeetion in October next July 2 time, 1850; American Chancery Digest, '3 K. R.DUKE Palatka. New Butter and Cheese. fIAfiO ANn -rnRNIT RI SIIL E.T.T.E.RicnARDSot BccKmAX,Jacksonville, do.'- ,Florida. "Zl

vols. 3d ed.; Bajbour's Chancery Practice, F. WAVER t CO., Jacksonville. Firkins new Delaware Co. Batter; February,1853... _

a-We are authorized to announce 2 vols., a new American work, with an extensive S.M. LAFFITEAU Savannah. 5 5 Boxes new Cheese; SMETS' BUILDINGS,

collection of Precedents Wheeler's Feb.24-tf 1" Pine Apple Cheese. Bronghton St., Savannah Ga.I .
liMES M. BAKER candidate the
as a for WATm AID HILDY.
Hall Just received per steamer, from New York, W.MORREL.L. N.F.WE iTEB. .
let .r Solicitor for the Eastern Indicia Cir- Criminal Cases, 3 vols; City Recorder United States Mail Line July F. WAVER & CO.

oit of the State of Florida, at the approaching 6 vols. in 3; Conkling's Treatise, 2d ed.,on House FurnIshIng Establishment I't THE SUBSCRIBES: is SEXLHO ALL DESCXJT
the Practice of the U. S. Courts Graham's BETWEEN -Glii TIOXS or
tetioa ia October next. ; 1I1RA.M SMITH'S FLOUR. Furniture by Wholesale and Ketnil.,

Practice 3d ed. 2 vols Graham's New .Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Ga., -a jTL Bbls of this choice Flour. mIlE subscriber desires to call the further at- Gold and Sliver Watches, Jewelry ,

T.the Voter of Dnral County Trials, 2d ed. enlarged; Barber's Criminal (INSIDE ALL.THE WAY) JfLr Just received by. -B. tention of the Florida publie to his well and Silver Ware
C. 2 .WAVER & known establishment, for the rale of .
C. CO.
Treatise 2d ed. Fame's Reports, July
Gmmstanecg induce me to announce ; Via Black Creek and Jacksonville
again Picokta FURNITURE HOUSE FURNISHING at retail at much less than the usual prieeavJU11GENSEN
and --'- ----- --- ---- -
BTH to you as a candidate for re-election to the vols; Petersdorff's Abridgment Supplement Fla, and St. Alar if t, Brunswick and Hiram Smith's Flour Bacon Pork MATERIALS of eeery DESCRIPTION. WATCHES
of Nations ,
vols. Wheaton's Law ,
17 ; themselves
Office of JCDCE of PEOBATE of County. ; Darien, Ga. House-keepers and merchants can supply
your Cowen's Treatise 3d ed. 2 vols: Benedict's Goshen Butter &c. with every article far general use or for Real Jules Jnrgensen Watcbes,received by every
roorrepiiort is respectfully solicited arrival with certificates from him with each '.
of Vendors fl nnHE STEAM PACKET WM. store stock. ,
American Dart's Law I forming a good
FELIX LIVINGSTON. Admiralty; Monell's ;J. GASTON,C.pt.T.E.SIIAW, JUST RECEIVED, from New York- Everything in the line business!mentioned Watch,warranted perfect time-keepers., .
and Purchasers 4th ed4 Bblfr Hiram Smith's Flour
leaves Palatka Thursday morning at 8 ; kept on hand, including Parlor,Ha\l\ Ikdroom COOPER WATCHES, .
The friends of ISAAC Practice 2 vols. Arehbold's Criminal Plea- every Twenty BbLj pure Genesee do soles will be made
SWART Kitchen and
p. present ; o'clock. Mess Pork llacon Sides, Goshcn Butter, and Furniture, Duplex and Levers, in Hunting and Magic Ca4
.
ks Dame as a candidate for JUDGE OF PROBATE ding, 3 vols; Phillips on Insurance, 2vols. Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings and White Lead, aud upon as Food tclms as purchases can be effected ses, perfect time-keepers. -

TDgral County at the ensuing election inOctokrnext. 3d ed.; Eden on Injunctions 3 vols; Revised leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clock touchingat Four Hunered Bushels Corn; at the N'orth.Old established| I. ,stand-. MORRELL'S Savannah,Ua., INDEPENDENT SECOND,

Statutes 4th ed., 2 vols. Adams on Eject all the intermediate points as above. For sale by march 24McMAHON and Quarter Second, Watches for timing

ment; Connecticut Reports, 12 vols. -N'-B{ The new steamer- July 7 S. N. WILLIAMS. horses in gold and silver cases. .

-We are authorized to announce JOHN W. They are constantly supplied with all the Report "St. John? & DOYLE CIHIOSOMETKRS..Splendid .

PtlCE as a candidate for Judge of Probate of of the various States as soon as published. now nearly finished will be put on the line. Di. 4. Upham's Vegetable Gold Pocket Chronometers. 'whichrun

Hani cowl at the ensuing election in October ARCHBOLD'S CRIMINAL PRACTICE & The Steamer William Gaston connects Pile Electuary. WHOtESALE DEALER3IN without any variation -

Kit Jane 23d. PLEADING with the Sew York Steamer every Satur- EIGHT DAY WATCHES. .
The foregoing b the sixth American,from the day. A certain Cure for Plies, either Internalor &llOCEllIES AIfD) FRllVIsmlt Watches which.run eight days.E .

Mi. EDITOR Please announce the name of twelfth and last London edition of ARCH Through Fare from Palatka, Picolata, and External, Bleeding,or BUnd AMEL WATCHES
bus BOLD'S CRIMINAL PLEADING. Mr.Archbold' Black Creek $8 OO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, .,
affections
D. McKIXLA candidate for the A LSO for all inflammatory Diseases. someJn -
as a for Ladies hunting eo es.
.writings have been before the public for Trough Fare from Jacksonville 8 00 .Cm. of the Skin, and Impurities of the Blood, NO. 190 BAY STREET,
Offiee of Tax Assessor and Collector for Data. nearly half a century-a proof of the high esteem AGETTS. arising from any source. ?>ared and sold only (Opposite Messrs.Scranton,Johnston &Co.) DIAMOND 'WATCHES, _

Couty,at the election in October next andAJANY'VOTERS. i in which they are held. This edition much A. E. HERTZ Palatka. by the original proprietor,at his Medical Office Formerly occupied la Cfuis. Hartridge Esq. for Ladies. some in mugie eases.

flbIire more comprehensive than any of its predecessors. BISBEE &"CO.,Jacksonville. 196 Bowery, New York and by his agents SAVANNAH GEORGIA. MAGIC WATCHES, -
The former editions were confined to Pleadingand CLAGH011N & CO., Savannah. throughout the United States. The genuine has which change into three different watches.
The present in addition to what M'MAUOX. JAMES DOYLE.
T. Eridence. Feb.24-tf JOHN
the Voters of Dnral CO.U'T- signature in own handwriting.
By
my AVatehes wbleh Wind
I was contained i in any of the others treats very Fir sale at APOTHECARY HALL. jan27-ly Up
Irespeetfdiy announce myself my fellow-cit- fully of the different crimes,and of every branch Charleston and Florida July 23. and turn the hands without any key.
KM of Dnral County as a candidate for the of CRIMINAL PRACTICE. It consists-
ADER- S & COli Fine Gold Lapine Watches,4 holes
eSetof CLERK OF THE CIRCU1TCOURT three volumes of nine hundred pares each, and U. S. WAIL STEAMERS ( ) jeweled. .- $2$
will be found by far the most extensive thorough JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ I'ACTORS'AND GENERAL '
or ai4 County pledging myself if elected. to 1 CAROLINA* Fine Gold Detached Lever, 30
.
and useful work on criminal law ever published.It
for the 85
COMMISSION Gold enamelled Watches, Ladies *
4irhare mr duties to the best of my abilities.i. contains all the American as well as Englishlaw AWl' DRAPER & TAILOR, MERCHANTS, Gold English Patent Levers, _- 85

!) i. V. GARME.STOXE ,with appropriate practical forms for everyproceeding. F'JL"IC.JiIDI.A9L JACKSONVILLE E. F. SATAKXAH, CA. Gold English Patent Levers hunfg cases 58
No lawyer,and certainly no judgeor Silver Patent Levers low IS
as as
thanks
b-GEonC& presents his name asiewdidalefor district attorney should Le with nt a copy. Through to Palatka in 24 to 30 Hours. JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ returns for G.W. ASDEESOX, J.A-1DEESOS, J J.JACKSOX.ja Detached Levers, '14
friends and the public generally,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT And for the student wishing to obtain an insight The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every the liberal natronasre he has received. and hopes I !,27-ly. and all other styles of Watches, at equally loW
into Criminal Practice,as well as an accurate will leave P A- -
Saturday at 3 P.M. Returning merit continuance prices.
fOL'RT.ot Dual county at the October elect's and profound knowledge of the principles of LATKA every Monday at 7 AM., Picolata 10 by.tdctatentjon"tobusines8,just to received a a fine STOVE DEPOTAND am tnclli. -S
of the Having
,at the instance of several friends. Criminal Law. this is just the Book. A. M., and Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A.M. assortment of same.Goods,consisting of blue and black WARE Diamond Ear-rings Pins Bracelets Finger .
A.pn17th. BANKS. GOULD Jc CO., The FLORIDA will leave Charleston every CLOTHS of different qualities,black and colored GENERAL FURNISHNG Rings, and Crosses for sale at much less than
144 Nassau st New York. Tuesday at 3 P. !.. Returning, will leave P a CASHMERES, LINENS.and DRILLS for HOUSE. the usual prices.

fc>The Friends of URIAH BOWDEN preat And 475 Broadway Albany. latka Thursday 10 o'clock A.M.; Black Creek pants, VESTINGS of different patterns,TRIM- 10 12 AND 1-1 BARSAUD STREET.BATATAS,GEO. JEWELRY.

his name as a candidate for the office of JulyZS. 3 P. M.; Jacksonville, Friday, 4 o'clock the A.interio M. INGS &e.,&e., direct from the North he is pre THE Subscriber moat respectfully invites a AH kinds of GOLD CHAINS Pure Gold
These steamers connect with all all work entrusted to his care at his Eta.blihmentTbere every effort
pared to execute GoldKEYSandSEALS
SHERIFF OF DUVAL COUNTY at the FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. of East Florida, and connect b oth way The largest WEDDING RINGS,
Stages with despatch and in a workmanlike manner. will be made to give satisfaction. Gold PENS and PENCILS, Gold and SUver .
October election. with the New York steamships, Carolina Hail- He invites all to give him a call, on Newnan St., and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor THIMBLES,BRACELETS,BREASTPINS,
June AGENCY. roads,and the Wilmington Roads. Dr. .assuringthe from the best Manufactures. All .
1.1853. 2d door from Byrne's new Stoves CUFF PINS, LCCKETS EAR RINGS,
CO-Passage from Charleston to Jacksonville public that his prices shall be moderate and kinds of hollow Ware, Hardware Cuttlerr Gold and Silver SPECT TOOTHPICKS

Columbia County. Farmers' Fire Insurance Company of $8 from Charleston to Palatka $10. all garments warranted fit. Wooden-ware,Brushes Guns-single and double ,CHARMS, Actt13old & ,
TJUea, Hew York. I For further particulars apply to N. B. Cutting and repairing at the shirtesi: barrels,Pistols Brittania and Gloss Fluid Lamps Ita:AG.
fchWe authorized to announce GEORGE CAPITAL .- j; W.CALDWELL.Charleston. notice. Fib. 10-y. &0., &3. Also constantly manufacturing all Silver Ware. .
8.HERBERT u a candidate for re-election to $200,000.GE BELLECHASSE & FIN EG AN. kinds of Plain,Planished and Japaned'Tin-ware.
CUTS :
SILVER TOKXS
? F.WEAVER E.3. RICBAKDSOK Jacksonville.R.K COOPaiAN'tf Baking Establishment. Camphene and Burning .1uidcOnstanU on STERLING BPOOX8
tit office of JUDGE or PROBATE of Columbia President. Secretary. REID Palatka.. hand.' .jan27-lv] J.S.MAUIUCE. pIt UNITES KAPKIN RIKOS, TRCIT KKITKS.
continues to.supply
* nty,at the ensuing election in October next. Feb. IO-tC HENRY COOPMAN with WEDDING CAD KKITES &C. &C.
Jacksonville t.
Granite Fire Insurance Company of of ., Watches and Jewelry exchanged. All Watches t
VEADER .
HoLLOWAT'a PlLLS-WOKDEBFCTAT EFFICAOors TJtlca. NEW YORK GOOD BREAD, PRICE & warranted t*. .keep food time .r the.money

in THE CUBE OF A DlSOKDEUD LlVEK.Mr. .- CAPITAL $200,000. FOR CASH 4NLJC4SIJ ONLY J47 returned.
.B..W. Kekus chemist of Prescot st, Lir- W.h Dana See'y. Bepa.. .
oloo2 lately informed Professor Holleway that GEO.Crxris Prest cr, PACKET LINE. His store is situated on Bay.- 2 doors Bay atreet,Savannah assortment All kind of Watches and Clocks'cleaned"a&4

eutomer of hill (a lady to whom be bat liberty Knickerbocker Fire Insurance Company from the old corner of Win. Alsop (at presentF. A T all times a Urge of fine repaired in the Bed manner, at much less than.

"*&*',) has been cured by the use of these in- Waterford, V. Y. Waver &Go's,) where can be had at aU times CLOTllCASSIMERES. *'YESTING the usual price : .
4i (JAkESand P,48TRl"'orevef1doICriptioD. AND -, ) mail to aU of
9Ihaablt Pills of a Liver complaint with which BREAD Goods sent by express or parts
*e kai been troubled for several years, and so CAPITAL $150,000. Which they are prepared to make to measira in the United '
tovkfltvasthe last attack that even her life CHAS.CKAXXK Pres't; F.D. MOE See'y. The New and Regular line of Packet.between .Persons from the country will find it convenientto the best manner. lsoBeady.made'mothlng Statea.QEO.. 0. ALLE8

idefpaired of. In this alarming state she New York Jacksonville_and_ Palatka,composed supply themselves with these articles fresh at Importer of IFatcia /tfIJtlffi t

Iie4 Hollo way's Pills,the first dose of which yeLdber Insures property against loss or damage by by the new and*- :1! cboonenJ..eph his counter. Private families' regularly supplied A'large Stock of FINE Clothing;of good materials ,Wl otexilea d Retail -
,and continuing their use fur short fire or lightning,on as reasonable terms as any I Ostee 270 tons A.ROGERS,Com'r. in town u heretorore. anJ well made. >
solvent received I6otons L S. ROCELtS Com'r Parties wishing pastry finished can at all Jf*. 11-IVaU .. 4.near Brsadwa ,
pmed she has been restored to the enjoyment of other company Applications JcrseyOak and With a large variety of FANCY ARTICLES JlE''V YORK.
perfect health. 8 and-policies issued by I will ply regularly between the ports times be accommodated with promptness. on Hats, Caps Cranes,Umbrellas, Shirts Cravats. Jun. 16-y ; .
- A. WILBUR. Agent. in New York, reasonable term .- thanks Stocks Scarfs, &e. *0. All of which will. be HOLMES.

- [ Agent 129 Congress street,Savannah.Charter JOSEPH GRICE,W.terd., I take this opportunity of expressing my which sold at the LOWEST PRICES- General eo.... Uarckacit, ,
encouragement
in Jacksonville for the liberal evidences 4th 1853. iQJyWM.
Agents March ;
Notice. Savannah
respectfully : 100 WAI.I.STaLE NSW .
.u received and, while ?,
BISBEE t I have already
.
WEEKS shall to the Oak Life Insurance Company. continuance of the fame, feel warrantedin I WILLpy particularattautlon I.sales of yet- .
SYMONS
from date I apply
SIX Agent in Palatka asking a R.
.J Dd of Probe for Columbia coot U.rtford. B,. K. DUKE.- claiming for the bread which I offer qualities I low Pine,Lumber, Live Oak and.thec Southern'

wr Utters of administration on the estate oreahea I CAPITAL $2.,(, with a large surplus. .Endorsed AH goods directed to their care will be promptly unsurpassed in aU the essentials which go to make. DRAPER AND TAILOR, Timber and Pioduce J and to order for punkas. *

Usteen,late of raid county deceased. by the State.ALTKZD forwarded. the staff of life palatable,pore and wholesome.I ing Merchandise.dec94f v _
--
EZEKIEL WEEKS. Gnx Pres't;JAB.C. WAUCLTT, Scc'y. September 4th.1852. 23-tf will continue to sue the best Boar which with ANn DEALER lit -

AlbraUr, Cohaabia Co.,Aug.1.. 11 Hf.. nvnM1iFzam't2bvsicianforSa-_. _. __'H _ penonal'qMriellH i*the art Baking,justifies 'READY-MADE CLOTHING, rung COPAnTSBaSHIP heretofore ex..JL .
Manufacturing
;= .- South Carolina Paper m.in promising ny customers Good Bread.to NO. 17 JrHI1'T HER STREET isting between the andem'rned,under the
Company. march 24-tf HENRY COOPMA. style of Brown&-Uerndon is tlu day dissolved
Notice. This company will issue policiel'OD the joint SAVANNAH, GA. by mutual consent. The business .f the firm.

SIX WEEKS from date I ihaU apply to the stock combining principle the benefits and upon of both the mutual systems plan at the thus option Subscriber,'Agent'of the above Compa TEN.THOUSAND ACHES of LAND- Gloves Suspender- Shirts and Gentlemen's. will be adjusted br John Brown exeept a small

Hon.Judge of Probate of Columbia county insured. THE ,begs leave to inform '*' 'Including, Furnishing articles generally.' portion;upon whom aU indebted an requested t*-
for of the : I ,
setters of call and make immediate payment,as U is necessary -
of
irnr *dmlnistration on the 'estate win be issued at the lowest rates of Printer.and Publisher jan27-ly .
.Policies with Exten- the books of the late firm without
A. Plantation to close
Osteen late deceased. Valuable, up
of said ,
county, that be adopted,and afford requisite .-
MOOD1T premium can that the extensive Mill of the South Carolina Paper GUTTER AND. CHEESE EMPORIUM., deliy. .
BENJAMIN I security to the insured and perpetuity to theinstitution. Manufacturing Company is now in fan opeSSSKAnm siva Improvements.. BY jyM-lw BROWNt UERNDON.5 .
Colambia Co., Aug. I, 1ss3. 11 I. _
Policies issned for the benefit- of. a marriedWOD1&D. ration PAPER WELL: known as the residence of the'late" '. Caution. .
Brought to JaiL&Ie the life of her husband,1 any other HMclKTos, Immj rr
.en of all sizes and of.the best quality. ? directly A LL persons are forewarned from trading for
-aa."y.his name b Sandy about person,.will enure to her separate use independently ALSO-- Only Fifteen.JUUetfrom Jacksonville :SAVANNAH' GEORGIA, / U a certain note given t* J.W.Bryant or,
;; 7.srs 014,aboaIn feet I" Inches high, of.her husband and of"the claims of her XXAVTX.&A. WBAPPnrO PAPER upon the St.,John't.river- IN'' bearer,as the consideration of said vote has not

j'iiv&) II'. he belongs to'Jlieh rd Miller Creditors :suitable for Grocers Hardware Defers, Iw. subscriber baa been a int.ecl.Ageni'for WIJOLESALE DEALER been complied with. Therefore ahaU. not pay .

-'l&tOGnty. FjoridaT ,* SLAVES IVSTJIIKD on reasonable tertna.Ciililbfnli No pains or expense ha ben roared to render The Administrators and will show Ua...fpremiHlto BUTTER .AND CHEESE, It till compelled by la. .
the
&ap ftJIer b forward the bed Northern Mills; aD the latest Jr'W1LLLU Z HERNDON
requested to come prort and Australia Risks taken.A. it. aU *wishing to .
Iropert",pay charges and take him away. ? WILBUR and aOlt &pproved machinery' having been. intro' Also any on the Equipments of a Sugar ''House embracing WWCT TROMGOSHENt YORK.U4RD July. 21.1. 3. 1 \
NEW .
T. G MYEJIS, dneed into the same. r connected with .
.51t.1a,1S.U. 'Jailor J). C.I Agent 129 Congress-st,Savannah.Tht .. All oram prompUy, atma d to'by the i necessary: apparatus jan27.11' ALL PERSONS tadebted io George.WljRe-:
I
JOSEPH'WALItER. & 'and Tools used ef Cutuabieosatydeeeased.-.
msr of Machines
_, uy
.Brought to Jail. .- J-Jpd 81 Bay. CllARLE8TON,- in raising. ud preparing Cotton,with Iron. Geer- : W AU ErI are- qted to make hmnedsat paysaent to th*.

8.&iegYo.sayf her name U Ltd!*,about :ee CJhecrs .( ." 8oatb Mo1bl.. ed Horse Power complete order. S V.HAVE D.hand.and am constantly neeiriogA. unJer sued;, andv aU,,peroas'harj g 4eIDaDb''l

L4v years oLd, about *v. feet aU Jwsh1 Wltolesale ppsrCom'n Ware1uas" The Land will.be,paroeflad to\amt v/nrchaseri- I a fall supply *f' Hardware; consisting or against said.esUte are required to present them ,

ir ) says she belong to.Jamw.Files Enzrab! HrraHurXuI ftr the I .-j -Terin*liberaL .. JOHNSON CuUery.. Cooking Utcnsila,Mill Saws,Crow Cut tlulv' ,'proven. :within. the MARX time A7ROBERTS requited by law-,,'. ;.
hand J. Eo ,. .
eoa on
Florida. Constantly Axes Blacksmith andCaypenters'Toolsand
t1\e.l. coraer Ho. 4 lay'ft l..TiJ1e. i. wRrnWia PAPERS 'Aren for Administrator. Saws HueS,Chains Nails, -Jaly eth,1833.. 116..Acba'x.. .
II reqiested to eome forward TOOT* LARGE STOCK"OF -' all other. article. usually .
;1,W eharjef and taka him away.:-r A.' OF EVERY| DESCRIPTION, S -chmfoflkl. : .2tt kept in my line of business. 1 WOTIOILLL : :
j "T.iG.. MYEK.5r.185.t. wINE OLD WINES. It LIQUORS, below of aU Assorted 'Coloredlunds. PfrC.d1ifl. -g .
Pager : .
.Jallor 0. C. .r eost, finr Mia, .by the quantity or Wrapping '. */. :: .NOTICE.' 'w.o '177 Congress St.,Savannah,Ga. A:. persons'are hereby. forbid tnipu two
&JeonV river,
8Z' Into.PHntlnB ., JS my land* en the
.. .euame1104. printing mrrh'CQLOREU.JL PEaSONwtU.bere&fter be jan27Jy bath tides 'of the cwtwtevHamWy
,Bronchi to JaiL .Mi4.lrsWlu mid.1herry traeti lying on ; rivet
very
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do4ecampp.2 .w ftIiL -, allowed to travel on allY of the boat running : CO. Old .Store and Mount Tucker, and on .-'
1ae .,hl Um' It JDngo. tibonl v."ia ; 'jonJOHfT wnnzTypU$4 .- between Savannah*and this port unless ae-' JNO? M!;COQPER. 05 .t Salt Spring,at the:north,o d .Lake George J.
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.1..t. I4.I"efMelrhU.ehOi 1l k) c ,. 5s.eotypO:Ptwidr7l com nfod by their master owner or having a' _>'WBOUSAli'AJtB BJETAtt BEAW.R IiBooksJtati eaIsbUpeoaeetefltrespaeet wt.rn'.x-l

1)e.r'J..l'UeI J4ari0a Patrt g..' r" : ... special ticket,tvbe retained'by Captainof I h1of e Is.". .y:_.. >.
.yei$4 to emmt forward proY4.gIy B13.flT.-BeJt"Bran4 very olj."J. I RHOE4'CO. '- the teamen and to lehaipaa. tab him swsy.- __.1.' Press .a4,are .W.JI''T Parties interested will JUL1AN 'Jltoe''S3nh' '
,' ,. "' 'well'known person.; QORNELWI41TAE' ST 8T -, -
t.i tit :._G.MYEJU5.. .l., 'J .VOOtC""w4' 'JUYN4RD-.t>NOYES. Jease Uk.aotioe.as this rule wilt b*strictlyen- S jio-4* '' .*Lange S .'' .
1_. : Jailer ft._. 40. t stUng ,aka., Oroect1"* '- *-' -- ..;',,- i: >; "!VANNAH. ..": ,<* -,-I 'r. bN" ... ". .'.< ",.;;,. '.
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c ,oA11o 11 LAFI'lTEA U,:,.. .' .. c- '. ; : S'IX -
lbs ,8.; ; .o L : '
terM JWbkkq 'fIri nsIItlai,.bJ : { : JIi/C' Prftae'fet Darn etruyt
,0Id 7'4": .. -> .. ". .' Savannaa.. .JadpGf ,
Ce.tI..eNIlaBt.WA.TEIt :A..at : ". : -&gent&It : .\ .
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.WJL HiM nM BnH K. : "" Pflckindiji exec* Atministrat
niMannnnnMnnnwMMBVSMBnsM
.! ,' M n nB M nBHB nB nn { fop a fatal settlement aad dfacBOrg< atjalat
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81";'tmW:. 1t..1DJiMI.; 'OK. Btffl eontlnTiM to be neatly ; ._: .' iWAVER' 00/ I': .";X-.ii4l 9
:'&-r' FUmatio*gives.the saleII1IJesed r .,;,Teae.Alie:TOhedO. 'erJ Jo3-PRiTu0'Republican'.XMbe;and the -''-- BISBEE'--- It CANkAJj'7.5ia "JacksoBvill*., Fore nJSoolu Importc4 Wder, at Jt.V. FJ, !'.' late .sold.coasts deceased. -. 1"rl:" uJ-
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'. -.-: 'J'Q ,(: S lV: STAAN'' &ORO$,- ,, J : :. -r ,.' :.i 0' ,$KItGsSQ4I ', i ,:::.) : It T'JbUJt.jt.o i ntifl afj, .r '-.aw" A S"'bb.Vftt- art ot.IG&hthl.h"ff11lJtG"" otn handa U.ra4nt&i'mclit. those'ot m relaX i halUv.r:N'ialrt.f'tlii'Ja-lsblot4 .sopplkd ItMTt Ua\le'' ... I

In *, "especially Teasel and
newspaper _
if
l nerves and .
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> C. LSTO\Sc-f. DYSFEBStAJ!: ting to Patent Med&inea we deem cIt'. duty to blood oC lOarM flowlDg&hroul aD
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' ,Informsneh persons and alq tbosWho bar* 0* bodyprodneesrei' Conla- .'
rrs ani W ore$ le Dealers/mFprw n;I LE110t STKUPinliairpipes-quarter: casks I': -' '. ., ,&hr4 learned the,fact from thejrjo eperi- i.IJ.Piri4.tt.; foe.' ,
_,. _. ...., ,
: Wines Cordials,! barrels kegs, and in boxes of one doicn each. DR J. S.IIOUCHTOWS time and obaerT"UOD.Lbu the)1811e. MastsDgLimen o
tB'and.pAmel5cLianorsr;, *1 : 4- uo1oa1l.1 the LIvEn:c.oJIPLAlrr
Jamaica Lime'-Joiee'do'do do do. .5- : 1..teJ1lf: ;;truly sad, ,

v- : r fa'r vl'obaccf i-c.&a.nd. Manufacturers: Sardines in whole half, and quarter boxes. I 4, bestTremedy ever ctorll-,. f'8rtd ,tocthe.m..te it attended wflb ebills, succeeded;& ..

,,'i; ..Or:tn.S1rp.f'5oprl.or.qually.. Lobsters, Maekerel.salmon and Clams,.in 1 I' toube atism\ nenrajfia,.itiffness or sorenetoofjontsim pains in the region'of tbe Liver,o.Weii fit

:. o/canisters. *L ; scle ortevdons. For cuts, bruises, taste yellow furred tongue,pnle-I\1U L

,ficinzu-liclft, ichidithey art uPI! l East India preserved Ginger- ,in boxes'of 9 \ 'l burns or sqalds, sore nipplesj caked breuta;& ., lag,the pain In the.aide. inersa.-- '., .

tell to City and Country Maduintt ont4eirl ar.each, -1--' it is unrivalled excellence, and we baveproved should the left lobe be effected'the 1
.,. ..to "- -, French Cherries In Brandy, ,in.boxes of.1'dot. it to be a certain $DJid1 JT.P'e piles We ea., rally in the left shoulder, with a.bon I
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tl3lbr4 tins <- .- ::., therefore, eohfidenilT". cot1 meDd it\'and advise tht stein becoming of* taltmo a dr7..

CogLQBEASDT..JJJ.DuptV* J. J. Honsse,! Fruits 'ih.'Brandy" boxes of 1,_dozen eaoh, every reader to try:.it,feeling a certainty of&*.-, tools claycoloredThis.dise. /,"a.'
Go- c.,
;r1Act. & P.I1. : __ r
ion Co..J.lennes.,1 assorted. o insatlsfactionbygv1ng relief., by the use of,11OBEN SACK'3 mER.
da a Co.: .& C Do do in their'oWDJuiee, do do. ,p -- Pn
: New You .Jul1,3t.,1852'We U theY'acUtrectl1',1IpoaJthtlQ&
of
and :otber" choice .brand., .
F.'larl. Pie Frnits do do. ,
"- '."'" hAlf quat and' ighth casks,and in boxes Stuart's..aid Lovering's Steam Refined-'SII-- "j ,tIj' ._ hereby certify thai we have used the coni- and all the then operatirg and'vitiated upon the wwca "er.-'t
corrupt
) 1 fpi the LInimtut;and he-Ye xoattei ftom
.f Mustang
-_ .* JM! pound known as ; .
gl.rs.
AMCKICA-I BRANDT -4thproof; in imitation of Do Loaf, in boxes and half, boxes of 16 loaves ttleichest thickest t; SgsssagiHSg; DO hesitation Recommending it''a the besttarticle 1cm '
French,in halt pipes..quarter and eighth casks.yk' each fr Makes' heaviest, w.e have ever used tot'l the carE ,f.eprains, \"IPEPIU,
-
Oil'''do OjQtrrcls, Do Crushed in barrels. and_ moet permanent lather of any Shaf.ing : < I J 'V :iTHETRUE hfGASTRIC -Yl'- gall' cuts,brnts;&c., on'horws.Alf The symptoms ofDypvepsae-a' ke

!-* t 9 1oiL.!lt1rQr.il Apple Anchor.,* Cologne Do Ground or Pulverized, in barrels.Do Soap now in use.LEONAflt'S J. FLUID ..f who-aonbt this; wilt please call on the ttn. 'diseases.are.diiiioesi ia the head.'tam hr.ftu

", .vt' Leaf Brand- Steam Refined Candy;in boxes of 45 Ibs. ..DIGESTIVE \_ __' J ders5gnedanO;: :they'will be happy"to'afford all pressioa after eating meals,sour .

WnisiT-Irih and Scotch. each. JUICE other information"ciq their} .Iower'AI rejrardsits ,. the stontaeh. fro., and sometimes I

Do JlonoogaheU 1st and 2d 'oamy. Almond-, best Bordeaux and Marseilles, soft 'F li;AV 0 Kl N G ..EXTRACTSnamely ..oi. efficacy. ,'& ; '. ::' LUTZ DAf.L ok Co: of th.whole body. From this it,rnerar1U1Iif be.
Do O'Mara; Pittburg. :hea and hard shell.Castto ; the fourth sTOMACH l'roprietorsManhattan Stage Co. the dwease'owei ill origin tea "
..- Lemon, Vanilla ePeacb' Prepared from RKSJIKT, or .. disor .IIf4.
Soap of superior quality, in boxes or Podding OF rue ox, after directions of Baron LIEB.O, Extract from letter dated of tM' Liter andStomach.UVELtPlLLS :
Do Baltimore, Western Rye aad New about 25 lbs.each. Orange; for Cakes b-J Ilongb- is'th : 't'S
Chemist *
'"' the great Physiological Cal. AngaS 1852. :1'ft711Jediei.
Orleans rectified. Soap ackson's No.1. Pies,- .C9st rds. Creams J;es, &0., are ton, M.-IX.rbiladelpbuaVPa.. .. 'SACRAMfistTfl P- cicelleitertIolo permanent and lasting cw-ess they aet k t.ilfe.i d ring a
HUM Old Jamaica New Orleans'Vi Lfthnent
St. Croix most an
New- Corks, Velvet Wine in bales, and. bags of 7 very choice, and exceedinglYconvenien'; This is a truly wpnderM remedy,for Tades- I beli ve-tM Mustang of bottle .the certain morbid aclon.of the lJItfalai
.and Englnd each. *)- be without JaundiceLiver Complaint Constipation : -My wife brought conple &thy action and'
-' gross should never sion, Dyspepsia. a renderiof the '
North Carolina Vir- Housekeepers for.
I'EACU Old and thank .
: Do, common Bottle,bags. 7 gross.. them. Those who delight in the. 'de-, and Debility,'curlng'.after ;Nature's with her,,whicb.'I mush' horse fell down you with To.Females. '-.
,-cinia Do, Jug and Tap, 5 Nature's ,.the Gastric Since she cawe here, tiny .
.: of own method, by 'OWl,agent '
,
ArrLr Daxxor-New.Jersey and- North Carolina. Do Velvet Demijohn, 4 and 5 gross licious flavor and :'exquisite perfume Juice. me, and injured'me considerably but ,broke. no Yon will ntiesePflhsas1iyaljis at"

Vinogar.'Whito Wine, in quarter casks.. Fruits. and Flowers, will .find in these bones. ;I had recourse to the Liniment and the in many complaints to which yon are .

-* 'ConniAi.*-Noyeau, Perfect Lore,Annisett, I Do, Cider or A pple.in barrels. Flavoring Extracts all that they can $3-llalf a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused in relief,in fact the cure,; wa.'astonishing obstructions either total or partial.iubjtefa tao -
ROM, Cinnamon and PepH. u wnter.will digest or dissolve Five pound of r04lt D.. lt U-lSO\I. ,,
I SEOARS-A largo assortment of Rio Hondo. desire. (Signed) been t onnd illestimabre benefIc in re.Ur&pnnfying /
Wi-MaaoIraNewton1 Gordon,Cofsart & Consolacion, fc'ilantropa Washington, and other cliiff.tn about twohiwrs, out of the stomach.; Extract frou. a letterdated the blood and-other laids 'ad
.',CoiI4ftcovk Jardine in and cnsb.l'&rt.P'ge' -I'esin is the element, or great Digestiveprinciple '' ,M as is is
and I 'SYRUP great
j choice brand, of direct importation. Also Florid LEONARD'S LEMON being PjsTTSpuna, Pa., Oct.. 5, 1332 all complaints. which may aria from'r'lI1aJefn.
nd other choice brands. of the gastric Juice-the.Solvent afthe
*, Key a Havana Cheroots and Cuba Six'es. instead of.from Acids, 'gularitie*;as headache; dimness of
os, made from FaulT Stimulating .Another cirnemstance which I noticed in Ohio, .ght,
pale, 1)affGurdon. & Co., Benitau and Food the Purifying, Preservingand pi
Shel Robin.-on's celebrated the side,back &e. These
TOBACCO-P. HoneyDew I. In pills'are
brands.: as are all the ordinary kinds,.is not only Agent of the Stomaeh and Intestines. It is a few days ago, l"tboulhI k" highly of the

- -tbe do Urown, do do. each., i Ib.:plugs, in whole and half boxes' of 110 far more pleasant, bnt-also more health extracted from the Digestive Stomach of,the Ox, virtues of-the Mustang.' emg In the office of safe eft'cetualremtclJ.: Gout Nervousness to.cure t1tecomplaint. ?

o Do Vcutoso'i London lbs and makes the most thus forming AN 'ARTIFICIAL DJOESTIVR FLFID, a physician of,high sta tling- noticed a* he MelaneU
wholesome
ful and
,
Sick Headache
Tenerife. PartcuarutCargo Do Hough and Ready in kegs of about ICO. bottles Giddiness.. KhenmatisBT
several
ij
: precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its opened the door of his i book-case,
Ibs each. of summer drinks. .tresdng Dreams ,Dimness of '
lo SieHy Madeira, quarter casks. agreeable .'fLEONARD'S chemical powers, and furnishing a.comT'tt.add of Mustang, along side of.which was an-empty igbt or uiftjj
Do NVorO's Premium lobacco, in 5's, 8's, and lay of the Diseases that arise from
lUSTARD.--Those desirous the aid of this ;and ,two ounce vial affectiotirf
D M&lgl dry apd sweet, in j and 1 casks. lb. perfect tubttituttfvr it. By preparation .l1nstangottle a presceiption the the Blood
Liveryimpurity'of
i the and'.evilj of and I I with Liniment. on-which,wa ,.or eoastipttiu
half Indigestion Mustang
and is
filled
-fyasa quarts pints. of Mustard that not pains
o Do El Dorado in boxes 40 to 45 Ibs. each using { of the flowels.I .
1V> Scotch and East India Ale, quarts & pints it Dyspepsia are removed,just as they would be by the"following directions Kub the throat well .
And a variety of other brands, in 5's, ift, and rice-flour and wish perfectly. PUEE;
I JIedleal'E.'YI..e...
It if fo. Djs- the Liniment, and
CHAMPAGNE CIDEK-Boxes,one dozen each. and a healthy Stomach. > doing wonders night and morning.with wrap

Do.do Casks, three and six dozen each. I I | Ib'IJlugs. Tobacco, in' boxes. of 5 and 8 dozenI should try Leonard's Pure Mustard, peptics, curing cases of debility, emaciation, nero a woolen cloth around it." J. P. FLEMING. I We the undersigned, pby.iciau.h1'ru.

WiMcBiTTEits-Doses,.one dozen each aDd 011 and Smoking 8 they will enjoy an ,article very different- vous decline, and dyspeptic Consumption, supposed B.H.Meekiugs,189 Walnut-street,Cincinnati, the receipt of their manufacture 'biaitte7teu

draught. ; Wine oz.Bottles papers.-French and German Patent, in from what is usually called Mustard.JJardotte's to be on the derge of the grave.' The Sceentifie was confined to his bed and under treatment of a I for inspection, say that the ingredients ,f *Mc\

I- Cordials; assorted, do do. hampers, one -ach. '. evidenced which it is based is in this physician some six weeks,with neuralgia, of the I I the,'ar composed makes them the best pin Ia

Claret Wine do do. Flasks-Quarts gross, pints; and half pints.Demijohn's highest degree curious and remarkable. whole of his right side leg arm and face; his I use for all diseases of the Liver,imporiUw of O*

Madeira do do.. -1,2,3, 4, and 5 gallons. sufferings were indescribable, and the only cessation I Blood &c. GEORGE WOOCUI.

Port do do. Candles Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine.. Tasteless SCIENTIFIC' EVIDENCE.. from the most agonizing pain, was while : F. CROWLEY,M.D.

Sherry do do. Pickles 'nd Sauces. Baron LIEBEQ in his celebrated work on Ani- under the influence of opinm or morphine. His I 1. B9WE ,}1.l.'-
Champagne; in baskets,one dozen each, quart "An Artificial I doctor finally advised him to try the Mustang ,
mal Digestive
TEAS-Hyson, Imperial, and Black. Chemistry, says I :Pnrcbai but those
DROPS e none having the if
and pint*-Flag Heidseick, Douche Calhoui. j.n :- *. WORM: SUGAR. -. __ .- Fluid, analagous to the Gastric Juice. may be : Liniment; he did so,.and in two days was able to I lure of "J. N. HOBEXSACK," .as a3 o&krt;
and otber brand II readily prepared from the .mucous membrane of go about Us business, perfectly,cured. -
worthless imitations
The above comprise somo of the finest Wine' the Stomach of the Ox, in: which)various articlesof .VOICE. FROM TUX SOUTH.. I are .

imported. _. food fc Agents wishing new supplies and all otMri
as meat and Eggs, will softened, has been used
1 _ The Mexican Mustang Liniment wishing to become Agents, mast address titirvrrietor
changed, and digetttd,just in the same manner
in and on plantation, for a great
1 my family my J"N. HOBENSACK, at his LaloraUr
STATE OF FLORIDA. ['or Sale. at they would be in the.human itomach. *
Variety of diseaaea requiring an external application -
Dr. COMBS, in his valuable writings on the No. 130 North Second street above Race.JI. .
and has never failed to give immediate relief -
,
A DELPHI A.
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PtorosED AMENDMENTS TO run CONSTITUTION Valuable and Cotton Physiology of Digestion, observes that a and effect a permanent cure. I have cured
Sugar diminution of the due Gastric Juice Sold by all and
of Merchasls
or SAID STATE quantity several cases of rheumatism that had resisted the Druggists ,- b tie
Adopted the sixth General Assembly.. Land in Florida is a prominent and all-prevailing" cause of Dyspepsia skill of our 'best phyicians. It has cured ring- I United tate!. ..sJi
and he states that
[Xo. I.] undersigned offers the following Val a distinguished proC worms by a single application; chillblains in a
& THE of medicine in London whO'
AN ACT to alter'and amend the Fourteenth am' Property for sale, viz : Sor was severely few days; toothache immediately; frost bites, i Kever-failing Uemedy.
afflicted with this
f Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article. His SUGAR PLAN iATIOX. known as St. complaint, finding every thing cuts;sores and corns,by a few applications nervous -
else to fail had ( the Gastric Juice obtained -
and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses ot loscphs. situated in St. Johns county, at the recourse o headache cured entirely.,:-In1 fact, I have
from the stomachs of anima whicb
tho Fifth Article cf the Constitution of thi'lead of Mn.ln.nzas River, in Graham Swamp, "living used it for almost everything and .it has always -

Statc.. I containing 1300 acres, of which about 800 are of I, proved completely nteeeuful. cured.' 'I 'consider it the best medicine I have -
Dr.
p GRAHAM author- the famous works on
SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Hmiof rich loam, based on marl ; 500 arc well cleared, It ever. used.'VM"JOHNSON,
calomel is remarkable
contain Vegetable Diet
IIr a
i no mercuryinI says:
ditched cultivation -I They Proprietor of the Marshall House.SAVAXXAH .
and at under
Rrjireteftitticet of the State "f Florida in Gcn- thoroughly present fact in that tho stomachs animals
deleterious physiology pT ,
eriligteinbJy conccned, 'j hat the fourteentl' ; about 53 acres of well re-supplied and 1 I form, or any ingredient iiiacernJoj in water, impart the>flnid.the June 2-I, 1852
third Article of the Constitution ol plant cane. Ocntrailv located on the plantation }I whatever, and are at once attractive to'r property -
Clauleofh ordisaolring various artkles of food'arid of A. K.Moore of the editors and
Esq., one proprietors
tbi. altered .ud amended as to rend, is a superior Steam Lngino,with Sugar mill and !r the eye, pleasant, to the ta-t, and sure effecting a kind of artificial digestion of then in of the Savannah (Gtf.) Republican,"

as followsvia: "There! be a Secretary offcUte complete Sugar works, _manufacturing I in their opeiation. Children eat them no wise different from natural-digestJTO. pro- in that paper of the 20th.December, 1331, says:
10 to 15 hbdd and mill attached
day,
saw .
elected by the qualified voters of this Statton per '
and T' -- "
I with avidity pleasure. cess. Our enables us ,to recom-
personal experience
great i
running two single saw Aldo finely situated !
the first Monday in October, in the year I ,
18. CO-Call the and
on Agent get- a :Descriptivecircular mend'tho Mexican Mustang !Liniment to the
who shall continue in office during the I )U pine laud and commanding view of the whole
gratis, giving a large amount of,scientific public with confidence, as we1:have felt the good
four and bo shall keep a fair register of the plantation, a comfortable two story and attic '
years; UTICA, Dec. 2, 1852. evidence,similar to the above; together with effects sprained ankle'whlch received
official acts and of the Goveri and flame dwelling house, containing ten rooms, and pun HOLLOWA7SOINT31ENT.
proceedings or, : Gent. The of remarkable from all of the
calla
frequent and favorable reports cures, parts great benefit from one application, and ha been
out The works build-
; buildings. and '
shall, when required,lay the same,and all papers, necessary
minute"andJrouchers relative thereto, beoie the lags are all in complete order for immediate reports we get of tbe use of BAR- United States. J. cured by C ee&lIian&lly,wing it for a week. : .

General Assembly, and shall perform such othei ccupation. Alo a fine stock of several hundred ; DOTTE'S WORM SUGAR DROPS, reminds me AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. Mr.J. F.Mur'hy'ofthe firm of Murphy Gait

duties as may be required of him by law : Provided lend mixed: I'urhams, and common breeds of '_ f the promise I recently made to send Houghtoi 's Pepsin has produced the mostmlt'ellous & Co of this city-says that by the use of the
That the term of office of the.Secretary oft attle, and a stock of about 80 full Dree.1T c"tIndill. I certificates taken Herewith effects, in curing Diseases of Debility Mustang Liniment be has received more benefit A CRIPPLE -ET3 ASIDE HIS CRUTCHES :,nn&

State to be elected under this amended Constitution Sheep;which will be sold with tho plantaion -! you some by us. Emaciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Con- than from ,any other remedy he has used and TEN TEARS SUFFERI5G. *$

-hull not commence until the term of offici if desired or separately. you will find copies of two Martin sumption. It is impossible to give the details of now feels better than be has for the last six yearsFacts Copy o/"a letter from Mr.'Thompson fiautf
ALS I Hubers and William Stanton's both speak for themselves,comments are unnecessary ,
,
of the officer now elected shall expire. ( cases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated
SEC. 2. Be it/itther enacted, Tbthetwenty Tbe tract known as "r t. Ann," containing honest and reliable men. the latter having certificates have been given of more ,Dalton Times, Feb. 10. Lit&fporJ. d ted August 20/A 1852..

-- third Clause of the third Article lt 75 acre, mostly of high heavy hummock and been known to me nearly twenty than two hundred remarkable caret, in 'Philadel- RhrL'matim.-Tbis is to certify that my wife To Professor HILLOWAY:

tion of this tate be so altered aud amended av
to read as follow, viz: A State Treasurer anuComptroller ID depth based on I To-day a called and got the nearly all desperate cases, and the cures were not She had suffered for. months with the'mest excruciating most extraordinary cure effected by your iavali--

of Public Accounts shall bo clecteVi marl.ALSO, second box, the first having been admin only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.It pain*-she had tried rheumatic compound ble Ointment and Fills which has astonished tr-

by qualified electors of this State on the firs; The two tracts known respectively ns ":1111Compra" istered with very favorable results, some is great' nervous antidote, and particularlyuseful *, reliefs, and almost eyerything recommended err person acquainted withthe sufferer. Abed

Monday in October in tho year 1356, and ever; and "Bella Vesta," adjoining each two or three weeks since, to a daughterof for tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver for this dreadful disease.- None of them 10 years ago Mr. \V. Cummins, of a1LaellL.

two ;years thereafter.SEC. ther, and being at the head and ou the East his, thirteen old. In this Complaint Fever and Ague, or badly.treated relieved her pains in the leastShe used one fifty in this town, was thrown from his horse' wher-ky

3. Be it enacteJ, That the thirteenth ;ide of Mutauzas River, and containing in ull years cane Fever and Ague and the evil effects Quinine, cent bottle Mustang Liniment,-and. cured he received very serious injurieS ,He had tt*
flu.t/t the know
Clause Article of the Constitution 175 acres. The Southern half of Mala Comprn, parents did not that the child Mercury, and other Drugs upon the Digestive organs her entirely. She is now perfectly well, and recommended best medical advice at the tine and was afterwards
cebe ffh
of thin altered and amended a?. which is of heavy hammock, and St. 'Ann, lie ; voided worms, but she immediately recovered after a long sickness. Also, for excess in all of her. friends to use the Mustang an inmate of different infirmaries; yell*

to read u follows., ViII The Clerk of the Supreme. ;mmediately contiguous to St. Josephs, and her health. eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. It Liniment JAS. L. OLIVER. grew worse.and afterwards a malignant r-aoiif

Court and the Clerks of the.Courts of Chancery, night be conveniently cultivated with it, thus Truly and respectfully yours almost reconciles Health with Intemperance. _Sa"annahJan.IISj ulcer set tit d in his hip,which so eprapletely crippled

be elected by the electors of this. forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards WILLIAM BRISTOL AS him that he could not move without enteaes
Ibal qnalfed
ECHO FROAI TBS WEST.
on tho first Uetob\r in the ycai uf:( !( acres. The balance of these two DR. J. S. H9 HTON'S for nearly ten years. Recently he began toss
1836, aud every four ;years thereafter, and th, tracts is of Live Oak hammock based ou closelv Mrs. B., of Si Louis was nursing young your Ointment and Pills, which have now healed

Clerks of tho Circuit Courts shall be elected b, I joncretcd fcbcll stone or coquina, favoring moid-'- UTICA, June 10, 1852- :i child, one nipple became very sore,ami the breast the wound strengthened limb and enabled

the qualified electors, in such tuanne: as is now are. and of tho first quality fur Sea Island Cot- I certify that I purchased of Messrs. ..- inflamed and caked hard- A few application of him to dispense with his crutches, so thatIseaa
hereafter be Ion and Tobacco be the Mustang Liniment healed the walk with the greatest ease and with renewed
or thy prescribed by law. TLey.might easily brought WH. BRISTOL & Co day before yesterday nif.p1e.re- "
SBC. lie it further enacted That the -ixteenth under cultivation, having been in years passed I 1, box of Bardotte's Vermifuge moved the hardness and health and vigor. (Signed)
a -
Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution 'cultivated in Cottor. of which the yield was Sugar breast. and she bad j no further trouble 'With it. THOMPSON._
of this Drops, for a child of mine, four and a half Numerous cases of this description have come to '
State be, and the same is hereby si frequently one bale giun6jcotton to tbe acre. A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A'DREIDTCL9CIN .
altered and amended to read follow viz : There is ou the place a large number' oC sweet years old, whom supposed troubled with our knowledge, and it is always effectual.

There shall be an ttorney a General a for the:Stt.who irange pomegranate fig, lemon and peach worms I bad tried to get Vermifuge Mrs. Hughes, of St. Louis, had a very severe DISEASE,*WHEN-ILL;MtDICJl.D. .

shall reside at the seat of ; ;rces, and an extensive tour orange grove, all down her.86ver31 times but could not do attack innainmntory rheumatism in her shoulders IUD FAILED.

shall be his duty to attend all sessions of th ,)f which, with proper attention, can be easily it without her, and arms, and back. Aftea suffering the most Copy of a Letter from Mr. Hird Dropff.o/
she
eneral the 'estored to their holding' nose, excruciating pains fur some ten days,without obtaining '
Assembly and upon passage of HU\ once promising condition.All Keady, nearGainsboro, dated Mank 1, 5t.
act. to draft and lubmtt the General Assembly of the above tracts are situated between 1 would vomit all up again. But after, any relief from, her physicians,, she was To Professor HOL&WAT: '

at the same 8: necessary forms of proceeding one or two milas from the ocean, of healthy she got the taste of the SUGAR DROPS she induced to try the Mustang Liniment. Two fifty SIR: Some time since one of my emldrex tru

*uudcr such laws, which when approved :ccation, and in convenient communication with cried ,for more. Yesterday and todaywe -= cent bottles effected a perfect cure. afflicted with dreadful eruptions over the tedy

.bal bii published therewith, and ,Le shall per the City of St. Augustine, being about thirty gave her the contents of the box, and =- Tho Mustang Liniment is put up in 25c, 50c and limbs. I obtained the advice of H1'eral.

._.' ouch other duties in may bo preicribed b) nilcs to the South, by land, and about the game it FOURTEEN Is sold by nearly all the Dealers in fine Drugs and and 9'1 bottles. The flOe bottles contain as much inent surgeons and physicians, by aU o-b.
to-day
; law;'belhllle elected. by'the qualified electorssir listance by wlI.ter. by tWdatauzas Uiver. brought away popular medicines throughout the United States. as three of the 2fci bottles.* The $1 bottles contain the case was considered hopeless. At length I

tle. 01 the first Monday of October in ALSO, !" LARGE WORMS! some of them a foot It prepared in powder and in fluid form, and io as much as eight of the Z3obottlea. The $1 tried your Ointment and Pills, and witboat ute-

the year and every four years thereafter The tract known loiig. prescription phial for the use of bottles hold one pint! they are cheapest.
"New physicians. .
as Hope, lying 16 geration the effect was miraculous; for by pen**
A. G. BRAGG & Co.; sole
but may be removed by Governor, on the address niles by water North of t..Augu.tine and,between MARTIN HUBER, .* Private Circulars for the use of physicians may proprietors of the vering in their use, all the'eruptions quickly Or
ortwotbh'tur the two Houses of the Gen- the North river Guana East of the Utica. be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his Agents do- Mexican Mustang Linimtnt, rinciparoffices,
W and creek, both Big Basin,Broad-st., 304 Y*. appeared and the child was restored. to perfect.
.. ," rA i.lembI1. .fan rciv for his service, iHvagable for large boats. It contains 575 acres I scribing the whole process preparation and giving BroadwayiN. ,and' corner' Third and Mar I health. '

a to be fixed by law Pror ltd. >f hammock and pine land,and it well situated UTICA Nov 16 1852. the authorities upon which the claims of this ket streets, St. Louis., Mo. 11S 1 previously lost a child from a similar complaint
That the term of office of the Genera OLIVERT.llRAGG.
Attorney
ind adApted for Sea Island cotton and stock new remedy are baaed A. it. is NOT A RECRE'rKEMEDY
and I firmly btlieve had I ia her cue
to'be .elected-uuder this amendeJ Constitutio Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & Co., Gen ralo\gen\.for the &nth.
raising. no objection can be raised against its bars ieee-
she would
hal not commence until the term (office of th ALSO I Gentlemen,-My little daughter aged use by physician in respectable standing and regular .[Broadway, N. y. saved adopted also.your I shall medicine be happy.to testify tie tenth

Sec. now 5. Be elected it shall expire. That said eJections 9300 acres unimproved land.at' Salt Spring," 7 years, had been ailing for three or four practice. 'Price" ONE' DOLLAR ,PER D. McCUEN, BLOODGOOD& BOUSE of this to any inquirer. -
enacted
shall be conducted further and the returns thereo it the north eud.ot LakeGeorge, on ibe St. months; and fearing that she might be DOTTLE, 4 A. M. REED, MORRIS KE1L-are appointed (Signed) J. HlRD.Duper.CERTAIN .'
Iphns river,immediately west of UraJ.toa Island. troubled with about :OBSERVE THIS.-Every bottlo of the Agents for the sale of the celebrated Mexican '
made In the manner now prescribed, or whicl The track embraces worms, a week ago I IEMEDT FOR SCOREI-TIC HCMO1V ACT
"SaltSpring" and "Salt genuine l'EPSINbears the written signature of Mustang Liniment in Jacksonville Also for sale
way hereafter be prescribed by law, for the dec spring creek," which nearly bought at your store a box of BAR. ASTOMSHI.1G. G CURB,' AX OLD LADT 8IVISTT
divides J. S.
equally it IlOUGH7'ON"lU. D.. sole Proprietor by Druggists and Storekeepers ia
"every village
tion of member to Congress from this State whole :DO fTE'S SUGAR TEARS OF AGE OF A. BAD LEG.CcpofaktterfromMeacrz..
through its length and i* navigable fro,;: DROPS, and administered Philadelphia Copy-right. and Trade-mark in theUnitefl States. '
and it shall be the duty of the Governor to issu he riverfor,bqHt of tfare" four feet r' them WaOur Co
. or draught. all.to.her in one day. Within secured. -,. march 24 *
i commissions, under the seal of the State, tb.
-., persons receiving the highest number of voles to fo rho laud is mostly rolling yellow pine of the tirstjnality twenty.four hours after,'she passed,away rJ- old by all Druggists and Dealers in Mel '. Chemists, <..
?
entirely free from Palmetto of '
any kind cine ,
To ProrellorIloLLOWATJ'
tho said 4veral ode TWENTY-TWO WORMS ot them teu
.. md thouzbt to be good cotton Land some :
SIXTH: GINERAI.AssnMrn.y.-PaIsed the House hue considerable bodies' of together with or, twelve Inches long. We IT. MCMILLAN, $500 CHALLENGE! DEAR SIR;,Among the numerous cures *-Mei
; cabbage and liveidk gave
efltepresentatives the Constitutional Agent, Jacksonville ffa bythe' use ,of your valuable medicines 13-.tliI
r by majority. hammock,and prairie contiguous the creek 'her no other, medicine. Sinco then she 1 r., old
.f
;- January 3, .'. Paawd the Senate by th The location also embraces facilities for construct.. .has been different child .- J.A., MAYER IIqnEjscioni' neighborhood we meymentionthat aa ITS
entirely. about
'Constitutional UP. lad.J.li'ing'in the 'of Preston,
C 'ti33. villge
'It m.ijurity, January : .
of tbe
one largest and moot JVholetate and Retail
ng practicable water "Agent Savannah Ga.Sepr221y .
She had wo
", -i., powers as, independent of tho. flow from the not slept well nights, but used 0" .An article founded on.gcientifio principles, miles from this city >be had" ulcerated

OFFICE OF SECRETA or STATB ) spring the waters of lake Clicrehell about four. ,to cry out in her sleep, and,.I was afraid, ::1-- compounded purely.vegetable substances in her leg for many years; and latterly the dey.-?I*-

CdTpitck-:Ti'Uvssa' ;'Mnrch 2i, 1*J3. S., miles in l length by one mile in breadth; may be we should not raise her.. 'Now.. she. is.entirely '. being perfectly,safe when taken, and has neyer creased to such an alarming" extent as to giviacway
I,CHIBLEJ. DOWNING Secretary of Stat made available by a canal of aboutv 16 chains in well.Having Wqotlmnii'sClierry been known to fail in caring the mot obstinate the usual remedies; .he health rapidly

1oHbo State'of Florida, do hereby certify tile i i.b,'yielding an inexhaustible supply with Expectorant easel H'oint can never exitt when thu-remedy under the suffering she endured. iT
.
used tw-
/fore-loin to bea true and correct copy of the i full ot'at J'--'t IS feet. The spring, itself; the I previously *various cither is once used, frton the fact that-.it iot only..de tressing condition she bad recourse to your !

original- on file in this office. r water, of which ui3 been,analyzed by Prof. I worm medicines in my family, I can safely FOR THE CURE' OF stroys thewjjbot removes. all tbealime and mucus meat and Pills, and by the intheir-nseun13 as8i.t.e.offwas I'

"' : In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto CbeltonofNew York and shown 4o bo of yal- recommend B DOTTE'S.PROP as preferable Consumption Dtclinet< ,' AslliindS'Ero'ncfiitix, !which may rcuiain. received enabled perfect to persevere cure. 'We have ourselves leR

: affixed my. signature and the Great Seal of, uable medicinal is of:o ; to other\rernedles"for.' ;. the effec, Want a
'"j' the State of Flot ida: properties, :1c\1s..di : i'ng'of the Flesh, Night Sventt'i Spitting THE TAPE WORST. astonished at the effect'upon so old a persoa we
I
Doae.'atthoCsjitojj. mensions, .being CO yards i. diameter,'and mon tual eradicati n Worms. : : This is the above 70 of age.Wer shall be aappf
: .' in the City Tallahassee on Monday, thel : -" ofBlpOil, IVtiooping-Cougfi,:Difficulty of ., wor-n' most-difficult on$ to destroy acing years
and
..;: JSth day'of March, A. D. 1S53, and seven eligibly in a commercial picturesquely located. Us position WILLJAMSTANTON", Bl' at/dnf. CulJs, Coughs; l Influenza of all that inhabit the human body. It grows to to satisfy any inquiries la.to the satbesVillJ ci
"agricultural point .{'view, .42:Water an almost- indefinite and this really wonderful ease,either persooaQx er |
ty-seventh year of the Independence of the with its In -I ,Street Utica. FIzt1oscP. ,n in. the length, :becoming I ,
advantages .
Siilet
a'boat ? :
constructing canal .
.
coiled in .
..UnlMd States of America. ,-*>: -- -I, and fastened the intestines,and stomachas letter... --
C. W. DOWNING, of only a few miles across to the liulf of?.lexio. -" Arid all DHe'dses'oftheCtiest to produce'Fttt, SI l twf.Dancei&e,.which A private la the Bath police force, else, iii

Secretary i>f State; must before very long, draw the attention the Always; ready for tuft and.Lungs AThs is the cause of many going to ihe grave, not believing -' been perfectly eared of an old acorbutlo affeetieain -

punters and mvrchauts. of that fertile- region. .- . is'the remedy so universally used and recommended -' -that these complaints have their origin the face,after all other means had failed. Ill

WATCHES AND JEWELRL.i&VERA5Dj1LYJR1W1D',1URE... Two tracts ALSOJ 5000 acres % ILC by the Medical f'iicu1tywheri.it has' from tbe Tape Pom; con'leftucmt1y they do not states that it i* entiielyby tbe use of yoU S1e- -
containing on the -
wcstand450 '.medlclnes for went its
*
been lueed. use the-proper their;diseasi. 'Tothosflwho and speaks loudly praise.
:
:)
: & about 12 on'tbe miles above east ,eido of St. Johns liver It contains no' opium or other; dangerous ingredient .a,-,afftleteI
;: 'river front each
'JMU where 1 'I nC in ,l.J.'II I'I4U1UUA.anc1 we- fbat'on- 'the west of the river is i ;tI''oTpj.w it IK estimated thai 130,100 persons die annual* rvp and Llvtr,Pililo The Syrup to, be taken in (Signed) WALKER CO.T
the vicinity of Savannah, are in- ( doser or two table *three
y in the United tatef with consumption, and spoonfuls, times a day;- Apm6tbIS52. -
Termed that the subscriber baa on hand, and i i'cJtuUntly is., and swamp Indian lands, and embraces the siteof the Professor.Eberly says a ->vastpnmber .of.theso then take from five to eight of my Liver Pills to The Pilla should be used eonjointly with tie Oiat-
: receiving from the best and most s-es- u:1it'h trading store It JJanton Lelly & dislodge and the Worm.: By.strictly follow ,
Co. could be saved by the timely use of some prompt pass ment ia most of the following t-sesi
manufacturers now known as"UamblJuJ. !
necUUa tbe country rich DIA store, which ; We'believe that ing *be-e directions, tho most obstinate of Bad Sore TareavBadDrea
cases
remedy a Medicine 1egsChiegofoot Fistula
cuing .
is its pos
; MUNI*. ItUBY, PEARL, and other JEWliL11 beginning corner,and runs thence south to ,"
Tape-Worm san speedil/'c&red. .DiaM
leal./.11trlt, will Ski
effect
cures wberever.it ia used. tsChilblains, Gout
tbe widow
V. and sterling Silver W Pangrce (ld fields thence -
,ro, such as< west and UOUKIJ, or ST01lACIJVORJr.. ,
at home well abroad. GlaadularS-rtHisp
r.orth to the. as as ,This is no Paregor- Burns, Chap'dbauds, -
DE8E11T
TAI3LB a point opposite
and beginnIngThe This Is tutfally found in the small in
worm tes-
reparalion. but which if Enmons CorasoflL1'SoreliealsCaneera
TEASPOON'S and .FORKS. one on tbe east side'of the 'riv-r lies between one used in season ;Scurvy ,
IrvFaprATEsanJwA1TER ,the places known us "liuffulo WolT'.and "Mount will save the lives;of -thousands. Jl lanyoertificatca tines and i8 the-wonn most common to children' ;- ,, Files, Tumorsv.Kheumatinn .
k--' ,, Tucker." Besides largu of could be furnished, bt it 14 preferable that yet itU not entirely confined to them,-as adults ; Ulcers,' 'ScaUsWe: -4s,.
a body well
:JEA; SAUCE118 SETTS, GOBLETS CASTO.IIS CUPS and pine lands it eon tains dome excellent timbered nny\ledicine should sell on its own.merits, ,The have frequently been known to suffer witH them. SoHTNipples, Yw4 ,Coeo-Uy,EfephtoiM-*.

Of TUMBLEitS: PAP BOATS, aDd several well wooded.bluff, and eligible ham"Joek.sites ,following is only one of ,thousands of tcsUmonU. The Symptom most, procaiocur' while affected 'Bit*of Mosquitoes and Sand Flies, ,
-
with this -are hardness and'fullness the .
I\la well StifJotoU..Sold
SOUl> and SAUCE' er'residences.. B.v a reaent surveythe ,from. known. Fhyticiant. .worm of Contracted and
LADLES "
west -
tlim stools looseness of the bowels
.' TIG.lCECltBAM.CAKlSand' tract has been reduced to 29.&Oacl'f..nd the one 1/- ( >. ..' belly ,picking at the;, estabJUhment of Proftssot'BbHway -''
un the t side of the river 34WJ. E-o&LLUI.., pri19.S52. at the noser a.blueUa'itrtak underJthe eyes -234 Strand Bar bed *v
.' ., ,a' FH.Ul'.KXIVESSOLJO cat to It is believed (rear Temple ,)
that ____ Dear: Si -The ;pubic-;gene l1.r 'ar :tu1li &c. If you or any of your children have any of all thwnM*"
'. .. 4 S1LVEK DESERT,. PICKLE. and however the deficit will be made up .. aware c4the thousandoffteraediesfor the above eyroptomHOBENSACK'S WC-HM and by the Vendors Medic-joes *
lJoA88d *-'-.."
Proposals for :
l1trf'Ell purchase wU1.bo received .
L"lI.E8 by A. theUniledlStatei.iapots.atyjJet19YSO
$ :" NrKIaNG3( .SALT CELLARS and \V.Walkor.. of' Zew ()rleans.John $''eck .' -: I'I Lungs?under the'\Itl,sot arsaparillaaPiUs- SYRUP ean safely.ba depended opon'4sBy using et-u:eachWbolesalMiy' thl'-;

.,. FRUIT KNIVeS. o' 1 Esq of New Vorlt; Benjamin A, LUYtd4"i Esq.< ; PJasiers, LAuIinepts&othat'are.daily bfQUgh''; it you have terWini'safsi'aad >peedyenre.'andif Drug houses in the Union: abyNa.A

?il"et Forks I Ladles I of Baltimore. George Washington. Esq' S_ to tbelr Dot ;e through the"n'npapera'bY.'WA1 after using itieeordiag' tith cllr.ctfon.-the & D.SandzNewYork.1"
plated Spoon*, an Cake of, onard Yeast Pbwde.V of advertisements paUeitIl"bO'teat k r'd.t" ill&tc1i..ndJb. -
':JU.k,u, Castors* Walters Snuffers. awL Trays Augustine, Latt Florida,or to myself tbe latter : Aly bbJ"c' jrriting this wormstbordtl7r0efOrttb There is ;consIdersayIsgi 1 '
{ ; place note for pabUcattaS ia tolndaoi the pabliaT or at; ,tem''loll IQ : "
Ivory balance Ibodle.Kn r..,loud silver po.t&gepad. : large siie ;
plated
"
This 'least thos ho'are rest &aIIurea there fa remedy beyond the
JOSEPH Powder lean admirable substitute Steel Table )t. HERNANDEZ.St. BDiireelloa gaiiP'1
a and Desert Knives fine ; W *JOT ihe
. oae'd.. ,3Iiril. )laaUetlocb. 'and common twenty. Augustine, ,March?, 1S53. mar 17-'tr- ;for/Yam'in.: makingBread,> and, :all .tarn'conioious articles ol that real in we so' fw doing Pvtmimarv.Diuatet.;Jam acting moat'I I As those for who.nsa fil>therei my'Jl:|s> .no orff fuch f S'yrvp;-word. 41.if ail,-.With> in.! 1.ion1ear sexed te ewll j.-->

Hrast Clocks of every description. kinds :or Batter"Cakes-and .has the advantage -: Thi
; *Cip.ta&ent It fof
I : unprofe-slonally, and derogatory to the interests A SO A RIDES or amU Thread T''Vona.1, '
& Silver J-rerei "
Gold >d rApine,Watches '
c- ."".'*Fine enamelled Hunting' Watches, ., : CLINCH :HOUSE.I overYeastiinmatin1; the batter of loledieat&ience;and:thrf 'regular Practition* These worm, to trhiea ih J1matistem U llablo y -

-''jJoll & SUver-Watch-Chaina !i :perfectly light and ready for,baking tho; en Medicine.': refer to:: Woodman's Cherry ,are thetnost,trouMesome of aUothers Ther nS2-3': -tc-a- :

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.. fOr t' ; Gold -fc Silrer Spectacles : having-'recently* 'opened _-_ _ i otheruCkes\when 'tnaJtf;witlf'thls Tow- have osod WIth iflOr ;'n.Aoe.i: than: "any of the allowed to remain from th, Irritation they produce -- -
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".-, ,llo}*er's Fine Pocket (Cutlery, _IM'_ th.above.House,'--would rvpovuuuy w ;der'r tf(Jew)likely, ((disagree;withthitomachiba -"ir8scrlptlonsc4- q by Pbyalolaus.34 _, ; lay''the foundation ; : ',; J;.{? MAI'lJ..NU ; M;D. such inflmnmationpfthabowelsand tiout lbe
'".' lU ors and Razor straps,. t licit the patronage of the pu lie. ,Ijiere'ro ./ *;: th as other derangements with genirdIatWlt P"P !
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p. .\ ,CrJ-Cases Port 101o0afet. &. a .4 time,tome Ave to six room unoccupied, 1 L- and : .
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: ;, ..J l' W tehe ;c.iecun Jewelryr u wit bin one hundred nd fifty yards Tb"Uo'1. Ljpre for,bakntoas1bI1jty'of eift Solomont ft .. : Jfl.54f0 ., ;::IML'1 WOUM.SYHUP.-. S noh: is,:tboi4onhbin require.Ui a.tfve abset 1e-mf1 it'

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