The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: August 18, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fHE FLORIDA USBiAW, please .a b out.:giring i ns railroads l .to the I uauld. '..- .
Pacific from-our western'border, oa' have terenee to the Soandpoliy alone: dictates, wllh' re- any ehttthorilyahi f, .1"do. -Vot thfnlr. limes as many io.Alicbigah, and I suppose be ready to ffy to-the!standard of Florida to .-

Debate'in tin Senatt on Hit Arm by this policy.cut us off from availingour should be Indians ,.thai this policy;i exists;. there are some in aUthe'western' States. defend her against a few hundred poor,ssis -
frr1IJ. pursaed.. In every point of,view j:MriJWsL ,I move.to amend this am r There but hnMtrefof Indians, erable half-starred fodiaaa human
4titrA Bill, FcbrwarJ 26tA,1853. i selves of thote advanUtts of, neighborhood it is the which are three these whom ,*;,.
and extended civilizedsettlements which This one U absolutely$ -celu, .* sent, by. adding to- it these words. r I believe, and that would give bat between ty requires that you aboaW feed T tbd
Mr.MALLORY. I offer the following .have been accorded to other States in this volunteers asks for ho money: These "ABtHkai tba Pr sii nt U a&tboriaed to.eaU fifty! seventy-fire. warrioivand I do not exterminate, Tbe Indians sraat jastice,and
&JI an additional tection :' Un may not be called; .but we'shall out P he 1aI:1. manner one regiment of Teiat think that if they.are"wandering* Indians wish there were an abler man than'my*
on Sir do
aJICIIdmCat ; why jou propose to, take not meet. until next 1Di1itla"tor t dabnat,.l- tbe '. t
again December and it frontwrt T that
.... would be declare self stand .thai .4-
to war to up on ftinrsjtfinnsnil.a
,rwadof tar these Indians of Florida _. necessary uponthem.
-. A4 In it ftll'fitr Tbat out 1Vhy did is'necessary to provide for ,
Ie any contingency > their behalf thii smflf 4e done
justice tathem.
from Florida the President'JISTiTSited take the Indians out-of .
IadiaDe you Georgia Alabama which
the Sut t be aoiborisod U -eaU into and may ,occur id i the mean time, and togive Mr.President,the Senat from Arkansas Mr. RUSK. As I understand Irons the Sir they are despoiled of ertrylbisg.Their .
Mississippi,, Tencesste
!_ LioBUchoftb TolutMr force railed by the be and Tenable the President power to' call oat such has josUy complained .of.the policy of the honorable Senator- from Michigan that the territory is taken freane, .
St Aimblj Floridafand .underJJjj country to "occupied cultivated force.as he may deem necessary.' United States in all their Indian Presideut has '
S Genertl forcing on this authority already I move are robbed of their annuities add tht purchase : ,
u be may deem aeortiarj.Wr. by white men. At'the very same .Air. DAWsoN I would i the borders of '
CUoni suggest my Arkansas. is oppressive to reconsider the Tote by which the amendment money for toeir landsis takta brfelons.
President I will say to the Senate time that yon did that;at the same time thai friend from Florida! to change his amendment f and,annoying to the State beyon i all question to the amendment wa agreed to. Is not this somethinf th&t ahoafit : .
the Stales .
is no*a remnant of .Indians yeiainng east the Mississippi received so as to' provide for calling oat the I : but it has-been I the settled policy of Mr. MALLORY. I desire to MJ to the be looked at and considered They,.bays .

th&1 there Florida which remnant w bound'JbtUtatyGf this kind' favor and consideration, at your militia instead of volunteers by. 'putting Jt the Government II .eYer..tbe Senator honorable Senator front Michigan in replyto no one here to appeal in their behalf or totelllheir #

w Payne'* Landing: to' go io the hand. yoa imposed on the p/opl west of in this form :. I f root-Arkansas has a. right;; to complain,.I the remarks Which be !has made that the griefs and wrongs to American

usipfcl the tribe in the West and Mississippi the inconvenience of bating. .-.ta4&itfwlir ffIMf Tbat Am tbe *na hare twice as ouch right to complain as ae Indians In Florida are not now in a.state ears; but it is nevertheless .cnae.1bIII thai,.
die J these Indians on their western borders; Ton of baa. ladians bare been sent fee of but stand of ontoIdY If
made special rwMTiar the Indiana Croat florida.tAt Pmst- out juxteen bostiliiy; that they defying toe history history-- wrongs
a agreement
rfcieh remnant of the, United Slates last removed them at an expense Billions upon dent of tbeUattei Stele* be;M4 be is busby, ior seventeen Years'past and, they'' hare for authority of the United Sutes,aad preparing Senators, independent of their pal.cannot

.itb the President Effort hare been I. millions the. public money.from thoe aatborited .to call into tbs eerrie eacb'portiouof that length.f 'time made'' war upon,Texas for hosiilitrei.' The special agent has returned stand forth and vindicate the -wronged
September to go there. States east of the ,Mississippi and have tbe militia roe of. .FlaritU .as be aaO&KB. I to show from and I
you an sire; ; thj documents reported proceedings to the Indians where is halo look bat to tbe Great-
Sde to remove them peaceably by baying imposed upon us west of that river in perpetuity btftIlUJ.' tbd the SuaiWl Slates have: permitted their President, .A message of the President upon Spirit for' redrew and that comes slowly;

them(If, bat the F *cjal agent of Gov.rnIItllt a.wu your legislation.could do:1 Mr. MALLORY. J accept that. ladians to go there in violation o! the plain ,the sabj>ct now lies upon our table. lie when compared the activity of tbeararica
in his .
hw entirely laded to re so, thus evil. I Mr. DAWSON. There are about three. provision a treaty requiring them to. says that ii Congress determines that the Indian's of the w'reked. -

move them- It is i impossible that these In- It has always seemed to me that the dutyof : hundred of these Indiana ia Florida. I hare restrain the,Indiana. A portion of these may remain be will let them remain; 1 cannot rote'for the amendment. I am.

tons should longer continue in the State of western representatives,in both Houses'. seen the ladiau agent here, .and 1 bad ai Florida ladians were'sent out a few year but if Congress determines that the .Indians sat'sfied that it will lead to a breaking our; .

Panda at reace with the border settlfpeDts of Congress was to have arrested this policy interview with him eLi got ,my information ago to their lands west of the Mississippi shall remove,in conformity to the treaty of ncsiiiitiex as tby hare been called s I

,and the probability is that hostilities from the first., ..Ordinary forecast it seems from him. .There are about a hnndd under the lead of the celebrated Wild Cat. then he wishes the action of Congress. have seen hostilities produced before,
wni commence in the eoming spring. If so, to me, would have prompted then to do so. of them who are .warriors. Now, my.wew The instant they- came there they commenced Tha motion! to consider was agreed to, I have seen a clamor run through the community '

the (fear i A that the Indians may be entirely They ought to have risen up as one man of the subject ia 'this :* Florida will Jrire depredations on'.the State of Texas and the queaion recurred 'on the amendment in regard to it, and every man capable

Annihilated. and to have resisted such a policy as long as these Indians oat and perhaps treat them and have continued tb ai. I i of Mr. R.VX. to the amendment of &Ir.M of bearing arms would be eager'to'rush

J am not aware that the President has they bad if not arguments to use, 'strength roughly and inhamacly. For ,the purpose I have no'object ion to the reraov&l of the LLOnY. to the standard; but when the facia came to .

OT power to call out the militia of the of lungs to talk'until by the expiration of of avoiding thai, as a southern mat, and to Indians from the State of Florida but while Mr. .MORTON- ask my friend from be inquired into it was fond that it, arose : "

Site to remore a body of Indians in con- time the policy could not have been con rreTell if possible, any neb iniBmanily, you provide for that removal by giving .authority Texas to withdraw it. from a white man shooting an Indian walking .

fortuity with their treaty stipulations. He summated. Sir such a policy tends more that the matter shall Ur put ends for calling out trotyl' for*that purpose i Mr. RUSK. 1 withdraw itMr. through his own corn-patch, carrying

la the power to call out the militia to supwe to retard the prosperity of the States.west of the control. of the General, ,Government; give us upon. the"raaaie principles: ,of I .-GWIN. I withdraw my amendment ibis head so high the proud rascal Yes, sir,

*insurrections, and to repel invasions the Mississippi than anything else that has which under the treaty, is bound to ,remove justice, an opportunity of 'calling out a regiment to the amendment. I have seen that- -

but not to remove these Indians. This been done in my opinion, frog the beginning thfse Indians. When this shall have been of Texan volunteer to defend oar Mr. HftiLjffi"-I have an amendment the : But sir we bare the faith of the Gorern

amendment simply provides that he may of the Government done Sam Jonerand Billy Bowlegs will understand I frontiers for they' are not defended' andtb.y amendmesf It is to add : I meat pledged to another frontier extending

_ll not. if he pleases any portion 01.the 1- -hold--- that--.A a.far *-*lhi" eau M SW unearned. that ibis is a oaller ia- which the! bars not been defended since: the annexation "And tkkt b.be further reqaefted to orJor a eight hundred miles.' You do not hear res volntions "

xjilitiaof the State under any conditionstb Florida, like Arkansas and Missouri in and General Govr/pment concerned, and that of Texas. raffieirat military COM on to the frontier between or amendments introduced hers for! '. "

be may think proper to accomplish hat Texas should be left to take care other Florida las not the ,management of.. it.When 4 Sir, the honorable Senator from New the United States and Mexico to earrr" oat our. the protection of Texas. We. hare despaired.

Abject Yon will pin by this operation this own Indians. These Indiana not-annoy they leant that the whole force of the Hampshire seems .to. make.himself' witty tnaiy atipuUUons with that ooontry. of it -

adraauge : if the militia shall be called Florida; as much as the Indians upon our nation is to take them in hand it will have over every subject and he seems to think i. Mr.110RTO I hope this amendment We can point to slaughtered citizens to

oat by the State authorities as matter of frontiers annoy .us. They are. dwindling' a moral i impression pa them and will save that with a regiment of old women be. could will act.be embarrassed*by adding on these numberless have massaerea_ .a ..t-n...
cocne the Federal Government will be away to nothing. They have got almost .to the lives of the Indians and the money of soon drive Billy Eowl, and his Indians other propositions. who '"itbiD the last years,
The amendment to the amendment was did not make such loud compwiats
yet we
looked to to foot the bill- a point. In'the course of a very abort the country in lay opinion. trom Florida. I should like to see that honorable is the

Mr. HUNTER. I would ask the Senator time, by,the operation of natural causes, Mr.HALE. If I understand the object of Senator command of such an army.I rejected.Mr.HOUSTON. I not when The raking business up of tbese of the Indian Commrttee matters on Indian
was present legitimate
from Florida if this is rrcommended by the Florida trill be relieved from them altogether.Am this amendment/it i& to produce a moral impression will thank him kindly for taking command this amendment was introduced, and I have Affairs and if I live to.resnme 'plaest''
1 on Billy Bowlegs. [Laughter.] 1 of it I will Kin him a gold medal if
bid cf any Department I to be told that five hundred Indians not had much time to reflect upon it; but on this ,floor at the neitmwos..bal1claim ,
Mr. MALLORY. No, air: it u not men woman and children-.and I understand am opposed to it There are about one bun. he succeeds. I will make him a better offer from the remarks just made by the Senator the. high privilege o/bs g-;tht t<

Tbere is no appropriation asked for in the there are no more-require that the sovereign dred of'these ,warriors all told. I suppose than that He may parade a regiment of from Florida. I learn for the first time, that committee, so if I am permitted to oafs my -

amendment, and lam not aware that it has State of Florida should have the protection that in my country we would take out s men just as good looking as himself, and the President has made a eommunlwion'tothill claim responded to, I may aland forth.not to

been recommended by any bead of any Department I of the General Government in order to contend warrant before a justice of the peace andsend come in contact with Wild Cat and the body the subject of the removalof seek Ja..orllor the Indians bat to' undicaa
the constable after them and be would if he remains face face upon .
and to
however Tecommendei by successfully with them Can she not Camancbes Soi .
It is, these Indians. I not in favor of calling them and opprHll
Executive of Florida, and by the entire bold them in subjection and quiet f Can take care of them., If. it be neecwanr to with them for two hours and keeps his hair .... am, .L _______ _6 -against- r _.__j wrongs_ __ ..:. A..v. i _Cn&:.ti. ..;...L_ :
the out me militia tar we purpose 01 ivmoving luug ma I 61 uiuu WI" W sr, s -
Leg latute of that State ; and I bare been she not keep them within their bounds 1 call out any portion of the farces of Florida upon his head, I will engage that"the Slate them, for the reason that local animosities cata their rights arid they shall bare justice

eipecidly instructed to call the attention of Why Florida has been in the Union nearlyas I would call out that portion with which of Texas r-yes, sir, the women and.children and a degree of prejudice may exist done them if there is integrity or truth in the
General Jackson said could have ended do the frontier of that State to be
the Senate to the subject 1 was going on long as Arkansas and she has not cot exposed in their minds to such an extent as will stipulations made by 'American officers Is'
the Florida'war in six months and I think massacred and murdered by these Indians
observe that by adopting lhi provision on her borders one. twentieth part of the very disqualify the authorities ol Florida from the Indians '

TOO will pin this advantage : If the State Indians we have on the settlements along the Senator from Florida knows what that -will.give him a'gold medal for his liYID ,to the subject that consideration to Mr. MALLORY. Mr President, I hara

berielf called out the militia to sappress oar western line. It is tree them Indiaus was.Mr. services. which'I think it is entitled. I am satisfied I. listened with a great deal of pleasure to my>
Jolla boctilities the amount will'JcotDe do not COMe in upon us. They keep beyondour BUTLER. What was it ? Mr. WALKER. I do not understand : that the Indian would go to the West and hunorable friend from Texas and I bars. no

the General Government through the State State line. As a matter of policy, if fro HALE. He said that if you would honorable Senator from New Hampshire to would uniTe with their brethren provided I doubt if the debates her shall ever reach

commiMaries and qnarter-BaKters and humanity would permit of men a wish we give aim aa army of old women he would propose to whip the Indians depredatingupon i suitable agent were sent for that purpose | those Indians, Billy Bowles of whom you -

the Federal Gorernment will be the paymaster could hope t.at'they would come withinour end that war in six months. (Laughter.] I I Texas with that army of old women i by whom the wishes of the Government I have beard so much, in common' with other

it last. If authorize the President i State Ln.its instead of remaining beyond J I 11 think thin m what they vulgarly call running but to whip these one hundred Indians in : might be communicated to them, and if all i of his who are murderers and cut_
yon the thing into the ground and I woeld Florida about whom so much fuss is made. feel indebted to the
the militia appoint us. It would be better for the whole conn- t ; .idun'bCtwt'crtbdiLzeti$ ofFlcrida | throats,that they"would
eaU .
to out you j ... 'h..1 i..ii. __ Tb.t was an 1ba1-1 uoaerewoa nin to tarow
from Texas far standinghere
honorable Senator
*iad eom.. 41Ie..7. -'u.iw.dq by' : and the Indians was alayed.i I
year awpjifolt. qu&Ptrevwa1et field for white settlers and by i Senator from Virginia [Mr. Hvirrca] was out. of the United and him. Sir who are these
niwaries and have the matter under the ning a larger ; i Snce: I came into the Senate upholding
looking so distressingly at hearing so many Mr. HALE. The idea was not oriinal
control ot Departments. This amen<- their coming in among us, these natural States, hardly a session has passed Indians for whomtall this sympathy expressed
1 have been illuminated
your I confess
removing that speeches. with me. from Florida hare not and who are spokaa of nere"as
slowly that claims come
does that they causes which are lOW i
Bent not provide positively have had here Mark it
the we to-day. Mr. WELLER. as a quotation.
wouldbe by speeches the who ben dnvsn from off their
ervtiization heroes bare
amount defray
*atllbe called oat It is contingent If obstaeleto the ftpread of deal of I up to an enormous
Indir hostilities render it necessary the much battened in their operation.So I have listened with a great pleasure [Laughter.] expenses of colling out the militia by the soil by a liOyerigo Staid Who art they
very remarks of Senators particularly Mr. WALKER. Bat the proposition
to the of Indian The of Indian tribe which, by
matter of far from having any unkind feelings State to aid in the suppression remnant an
State will them a
call out as
apprehend towards Florida there is no Senator on. this those of the Senator from Arkansas. Bat by the Senator was one which was really hostilities. We have bad claims for pay treaty engaged to go west, which was -paid'
course.; bat it is wiaerjor u& I will not detain the Senate, and I hope that Now I think the proposition of the received the and
President and flnnr whose. fWlinrs are kindlier and whoaQppropriatoaseeesary true. and for losses to an immense .&mOunLBeally for so doing which pay,
10 confer authority mttti upon under the hi. control. would vote to now,as we nave said enough we shall tare Senator from Texas is fur. and I beHeve! if I..do not know that any Slate .has then sped to the woods and refused to go.
Jet the whole be in ; '
President I am her welfare aud prosperity than I a vote f am. decidedly opposed to the any'man in the Senate would succeed ever received the same amount of appropriations Is it the fault of the Slate of Florida that
Mr. BORLAND. Mr. promote whole of this thing. '1 do not think will such command, it would be the Senator in the to1
this amendment and I would ; but thin i hi asking a little too much.It you a for defensive purposes which Florida money has been expended attempt .
constrained to oppose different from is asking the representatives of those prvdoce any mural impression on Billy Bow. from.New Hampshire, and that be, with has received.Mr. remove these Indiana The attempt has .

oppose it perhaps for a offered reason most of living west of the Mississippi to relieve I leo The next thing will tx that he will such a force, would succeed in conquering President, if you authorize the President been made by almost every general of the'

that which would be ,it.by-It involves her at their own expense, and to increase an I be carrying on hostilities and then we shall this hundred Seminoles in Florida. But I of the United States to do that whichis United States Army, from the Ge eral-iD. -

those who would vote against of Indian evil which is weighing< upon them so heavily have 10 declare that war exisU by the act of Mr. President, I see in the original amendment !I proposed by this amendment, he will have Chief down and every one has faD d-failed".
somewhat an examination of the Government that they are put to disadvantage, sail are Billy Bowlegs,' when in fact it will have if I see anything at all, another but little discretion left to him. Sir, a case in the judgment of every man who understands .

policy-that policy be. receiving a taunt that they are been done: by our own act. [Laughter.} Florida wu ;,not that the troops of'' the caD always be made out of efficient strength any thing'of Indian eharacjer.-by

,which beginning many jeais ago. long has every behind day the other Mates of this Union. But I hope the amendment will not be adopted. United States are unable to conquer Billy I and sufficiently imposing in its character to adopting the modes of civilized warfare
fore I had any part in- public Several Suuroas. Question! Question Bowlegs and hi. but that when the ia IOrIaIS&I.most -'
been troops President to act in conformity a parce.of! savages,
the result of is it f Because we have _not require tbe among. "__
till the time, why so desirable to conquer .. L'1. > i.
gone on present Mr _MORTON. Mr. .President I know fight is commenced it IS not ? -r ? : : r r< .I .t. wnea penwy uiuuFandth -
which has been to put to great disadvantage able to avail ourselves of those means of Senator- : i by; There is not peculation enough WHO me requisition ui ins UUICIUIM v' uiui impenetrable
condition which we should that no will be alarmed seeing them. State for if he does not clamors will be part of the money expended if spent
--njual.oppr: ,and cruel disadvantage, improving our for Indian policy-I me take the floor that the precious time of in the conquest but it must be perpetuated raised: that he has permitted its citizens to legitimately and properly in -the' Bands' of
tbe .State* west of the Mississippi Indians have had barbarian your policy-for it has the Senate will be consumed by a protracted a'war longer than the revolutionary war be butchered. Now, air, I will guarantee, .the volunteers of the country, would ban

That policy has been to remove the would say your .policy. I _.. .. I wish dis"bjict 10 be treated' in must be kept Jp, to do what J To conquer that if these Indians are let alone and not entirely removed them:because men familiar
from the States lying east of the Mississippi been nothing more-your savage the Senate. and ''Tustantga, and a few of th Indiana '
will be agreed to. a serious manner by Billy Bowlegs encroached until proper appliances with the character and warfare *
and to place them upon our.."** frontier hope amendment not stipulation, in 1837, the United others. Not that attribute this motive to ; upon to
By treaty Executive they would be much'more dangerous
cotfnuy perhaps Mr. MA .LORY. I feel it due to theSiittwbicbl | can be made by tbe present
sawgrnng' to them a entered into solemn obligation the Senators from Florida-by no means. did ..arularstandthem.
fertile, and Ueirable have the honor in part to Slate a will be removed and possibly without them than those, who not -
among tbe-most beautifcl Indians from the 'State of Now rill what I think of this matter.
to remove be eared
and shall thereby :
this debate bloodshed we
by saying
'regions in the whole of this Union represent to prolong the honorable Senator Florida.: All that we ask now, on tbe pan If Florida will go on, and by the exerciseof I the expenditure of several.hundred thousand I concede that the Senator frost Teaa "isau

and doing what With it and! control Subjecting of the it a few from words Arkansas.in reply to His argument' is not of Florida is. that they shall be removed. her civil authority. lake these Indians in I dollars for if yon keep but one regiment fait in all the matters relating to Iod n% .

forever to the occupancy. it is unjust addre.-d to the Point it I unJ.rl1an4.bim.. However. contemptible. they may .be in oumI.-. charge and remove. them beyond ber limits__ I of. Florida militia in the fell for one bull should like to appeal to him- far Wort"
Indian tribes I szythat an the tier, they' -nave- defied- ail'u.me armies ana aii as she baa a right to remove them, we internment -- the would probably be$ ..- mation on the subject'and conault'him

DPprnsiVe." ruel disadvantage .to impose for be attempts to argue here, hu10n against the generals-of toe United States :in their of tbe United States'wiU" foot the 000 year and expense this for the purpose of killing a about Bully Bowlegs and the duds sad In*
eslablifthed -
anon the Sates west of the Mississippi.It policy.which Government the Indians to b homes ecorta.to remove them, from 1836. to; 1842. bill if it is a fair one ;'and that, too, without hundred; Indians. The militia sir never diana of Florid: There ia scarcely& family

builds up,ash were a wall higher, and of removing to as 'to There is a small band POW',redtalDinr.. According : a provision of this kind. I believe can, the .lod.nL The Indians in that Stale'which has sat lost'a sal. **

stronger, and more impassable than the in toe'West I have nothing of say tlte country to stipulations entered into by General -. Florida is amply able to do it. Her Senators have conquer their hammocks and their places of tirs.among those In4ia -s-.' They Mat ba.
Chinese wall tbe countries bordering that but it is the settled policy made hesitate about the matter and to of tae abarater .
against callit Worth, there were arrangements seem to which art inaccwible to the mili supposed to know soaxlbiug *
makes a barrier beyond and it is too.1aSe in the day.now to the President has authorityto retreat cf,tha'
upon Cfaiaa. Jt |by which a cordon of military posts was established doubt whether. tia. of thaw Iaduas.. Ths.Cbvaraor

which civilization'cannot go. It subjects to in question.These They to protect the settlements from the order out thesetrbpps now, and therefore .As I bare said a regiment of mounted i State IUd be suujoard; $know aosMiaing
occupation and possession ft large Indians have made a treaty. these Indians. wast the authority of. Congress for the The aambars .of ..ihtLegialatnre
savage tbe .incursions: and depredations they men in Florida would probably cost $ i of tiieir chancur. ,
portion of the most beautiful country which have agreed by,a treaty, recngnized' 'ricut by to Notwithstanding the fact that we bad a large purpo.e. I do not believe that is necessary 000 for one year's service; it would, there coming Iron all parts a/ -tha'diate

we have wert of the Mississippi met, or in Senate, to remove.. Hive we any of Florida military force there in 1849, they' passed I. believe the question put by the honorable for be great saving if you were to appropriate mud be supposed' ..'acgttsinted

any part of the Union. set that treaty aside 1. HaYe'we shall the line and murdered many of our citizens. ehairjoan of the Committee Military $10,000 or 15.000 and place it in with it I defer very moth to the jaagment

Kr I do not oppose the policy of putting not a right to demand that the. treaty The people of Florida call upon tbe General Affairs is pregnant with an affirmative. Tbe i the hands of some agent who would expend of the Senator from Texas on Indian mat-.

the Indians upon our western frontier be- be complied with.! Havewe' not a right to Government to', interfere and protect, ber President has now the power. if be is wilting it for the real advantage of the Indians ten; but I am sorry to see bimoa this floor.:

cause we have any apprehension clan ask that it shall not be violated These citizens from the murderous' tomahawk of to exereue if V but 1 do not think the President ant in furnishing them the necessary sup to day as the advocate'of. this broksa. .down.
from them. We do not fear them They men for whom sympathy,is expressed, area the Indian. Our'women and children' have i has looked upon U & a matter' of Starvation often drives the Indiansto band of Ind n. /

are peaceable enough. They. give 11. no : common band of cut-throats, outlawed.J"'arid by been! slaughtered and murdered by them.and sufficient importance. 1 think that the gallant plies.war and to encroachments. Individuals The Senator aUWW'to.. certaia Honda

trot We in that way ;but it is because they their own people, common rene the we call upon the parent:Government, authorities Florida' should take tbe and kill their stock, or commit some outrage claims. Now. I hare not pre MW*iaim .r
are peaceable because they are quiet, became murderers;'who conceal, themselves is I comply with) its treaty stipulations and remove subject tin band as a matter.of execution' o! go thesis, which incenses them; and since 1 bare been on this lost for srrriees

,they hold the country and possess 4, frontiers .of Florida sad desolate them at tbeee"Indians." : their oWn internal. policy, and try to rid that is upon generally the cause of hostilities oa in Florida;'and thoughts, say* ibat. that.

and exclude civilized man from it, that I pleasure. -. *' Florida* As to the point to which they are to be themselves, an. evil. which. must'. be auannoysnte. their part. I have lived nearly to the age Stats has received as m.cb or aoia for iefcnaire

object the policy itself. J'object lo this Tb honorable,Senator* Bays Jet! We removed, I know not and care nM. The of three score and I never during the whole purposes taan aoy,otbsc; .I.abso-

I1ureisparticvl&r, because it is an extension take -care of her ,own' Indians.tbe are established policy of. this Government for The-ldlDCt'to" ,the 'amendment was course of my life,.knew treaty to,be violated !lately deny it,*aad I ca1l'f08. ksalo prore

of that policy and tbe putting.of doing it At the last sewbn of ttS"latDre many years has been to remove the Indians .agreed to. by the Indian, community which --a IeaIIIorthsd-'swhicbb. bases

more Indians west of es: taking step* which of Florida' ;a bill wa passed to pro- west of the Mississippi. I can appreciatevery Mr.WIN. 'We have some Indians inmy made with the United Slates in good faith it. The United Stales asve' alksl'ttpon'the

will tend to perpetuate more and more this Tide for raiei i< rolenteers. .for the psrpase. well the feelings and sentimeato of my Stats for which I shouldaIeoIike.top.ovideandthereforsi It never will be Jone. The Indians always citizens of Florida oesasiofttlly far supplies -'.

ttngeocenpancyoftbe country and the They are to be held in ksad *ntO the ,Eieentrve frjead_from Arkansas 1 know it is a great have very:strong regard their faith. _'.They know that they ,and those eitoena save si ISM ften for

delusion civilized man from it. What shall see At to remove the Indians by ,and ,nmstnteto; any Slat*,'to inclination o&rthe following- amendment are the weaker party and that in the event their pay; but the larger portis sf taa ax.penditures >
annoyance '
can nr State do! What can the Stats.)4issouri : of other .. We kave..tried the cxpenlentof bare an Indian tribe ipoa Hs borders., All to the amendment; of a collision, they would ba the sufferers. of the Florida war vest into_

eIttDSSlang removing them bys regnlar: troops, that ibm Indiana in our',State "And tbat tbe fnsident bs,aUo aatborised to They know that they bare not the resources pockets of your qoartrnDasstm ami easmis"'
do! The Indian country .. ____.1.._ _._t f.e w* H ._-_..* J -. -.U-
the whole western,border' of each and U has entirely,taueooecnuy' i r shall be removed according to'.treaty stipulations eaU .rt, m thmn DaAIIJIft'-deface of the na.-froatien- 'tht whit,man; and let.me .add, they are Rat-ms treat Inc omereniand atasee sime w.m
Gorenimerit the J'aeriA"waa
State. her border wan sent down' by the of, the )1iuiuip.. as those c.Iifonia.8Iili&ia lot c almost the'injured party.Why not a single man in tIm Stataal
What can Texas do along agent wesrt : State." :_ always .
to that -
where occupying there'w'rfb a large amoast of no ey buy Alabama! and other States / nancfthcommitton this. littlebandlull)of Indians ever enriched by H. 'I &II..i,
these Indian tribes, exist I. and .reported froa the State Mr.. DOUGLAS.., I think the hat prem upon fume Ww
back, I that endeavor made by ,
to 1 Sir them He has corns Missi.sippibavsbeeftremOted. necessities of Florida so great an .
wfarte have to
country and *excluding mea op. east of the. Territories'will Are the :
i :Dds oat laa idea
of getting with the of ,with asparse cousin f Mr. Witxia] w get f
*t arc cut cff from extension 5 not ttol we that there b BO mesas the We'ask the Government to comply coma in and take" cireofiZisChi.dtSfl! and extended over a rat area. country --tbauu4icns will

*'enlrgeourStais' borders, .but we i of tie ccontry but by 'tbspeopIof: haunts of stipulations! of tbe,treaty; :and that a proper thertfore I.shall;.have-to...movc, to insert population, her people cannot find that the hostilities order ensAlt.TMCa .
the of their in to
who know the removalof tbe settled limits be protraeied
themselves enforce within
of DL'We"WIJIt to
&at a west frontier granted
civUcad | force shall and NewJMe\-- employment
population "Utah.-Minnessota, Oregon innatmeot'of their capital, : money out of it;, Theory object:
of Florida are the more
who wiUJwstss Indians; The people for get
the '
the Indians. country .
civilized neighbors, : ; ; ;. -
of humanity :
? ta 'OMHcr
.the cause lbeUnited.5ta1ee"wmJoot the! hammocks of of tbJaameaament was '
and c<irate the omntry as emliied Those who espouse the Indiana I willing to, .do themselves provided ico"Mr. CASS:: it-rw be found, on, referringto without 'running in upon *
for protecting .SiltWe do interfering with their fisheries short Ii&itgresafeelapmd nre00T
those who are. the. full the'Indians,
hvs aright President'bw ,
making oar Swi as we it. The the law.lthat astib,
all and bwfir
view.of. There is the India&sat *
take this ;We only bunting grounds no necessi -
to W made for trade and may j justly ofwant.oafatat: trooped but forces or'mili and,tkeir
the thoroof Mare : ,to call any regular ic--Qia.avaacI.:
.their preseneeihaer the little, forbear. it I they sfaouls.ia
considers authority forJ.Let .us use a suppose
Florida give of : ;
between of t"Cnwn State of want thatyou.bt1 of part y '
the two cttemes evil 1Ot' to'be endvred ; of IbeStste tia necewary to the defend any m'Dot i such'terrible meat is intended to aecoatf it:irtathe'
intolerable the',-voln teers ceBIy! Bowlegs
-tbe eaU out tbere-
:Bt&Hs aa : Texas ,
'AI"1IticudPMilc. President '
these Jndiahe the 'U l ; With respect'to ; when he and -wrdi tfx frtwltsv'aa*
for least
it eiow anxious :war expense; .
coIleaguesmMdPt or so
and depend upon : scare ,
lknow well that Ia cbamof, lime ; ; I hope' my Ioreitwbo1afll8rYifl any point! .
ery : iw: will be ; it that be is going inanity to the Indiana the M J cv.
State :they be advantaged by ,
-'S 1haU frt clear of this evil.bat bow'will most 10 out.ol._.. ,,_ ,. ,- ji..n.. ,,tMm ,wilf be adopted:_; ,..- ,, fv. .:*.nn\_ ftr:View5 Hc has'full sntzene'ztntho*, j** -" eann t ufovida.41ilI .- -. Tbs,honorable SlnalDtfrtNII.7e.-IM" ..
de by, utermin&te@".'J el UJ. aawspmi -- ,.H1ELV1 merely wian ui 1.- tmdef.tbe: Cohsfttotronjand taws'j mstats'of loin ade tbeYformidable.State ',
itt Thewbm process tMtiIe tr{ lam aadeatend.tIIat fl''t't .
'i of cOunt-; .m hu'.aot' :this:power I not yoteQbee4Uiflt. not seem toj
1sts call
that Presidebt outjtteIndians.are
iar -
04 wb.ther-tba
-.a MaU o1e&r it a tawgs'reBoiresit,1 to. '
and esii"cm.gs .
iwob I '
let intbe&IC S :Doesiltha. thai any encouragement.given to of the United Stetes. by* .
ratiTtlJ abort tfefc What'is Oat sad tWpiCIl ncioD now,wMioatj:this renactmeut militia 'W b' pecttathITaathornyjitturn : I iatisied 'he .
Iiceettv 1O"
iutees1iith Lb.soaIoeJi ._, o aUitiDaalaDtborit1.ll" the xecnUre o[the'State will be succeeded has referred the sabjett .
.1-process that hi beta carried.,on ,in nee of .Root_ Nenth of7 iio.do(1bL 'Mr.llALLORY hiBaay .;.slould like.to. have preci lyol iiJ1; 'Jr bti; deman"upon the Exeentire of the has said to D".* >j'oA we disposed to let
&A Geor- sniii&ta: "
,u41rJ earned : .
was ain.oab1e be importunate the ladians eonlinas 1.PIOridSItCY.WtI '
: .1t.c1H\t\ anawered.elL.. 1 d tAta-dieYwil1 SQ
sw'aa.Alabama of wan wilb tbe Indians qustioa ..,*..- the question the, President placed in a state of!.dsnger.1be'rejiJent Unit com t"&r AisOae&10Nqnic* too
: ew5papersiUget4irstorwsof
.""Jjfc*' award.:TbatrypWR basalt that she .sboald./.rrmpre.vwwwj.maas. By the Constitution, hapowerbt allftimes tareajlout and .
extermiaaiiso tae '
by ..trustthe ?,State *of to.y4 eertaui forcts itt tceN bafallhslmoat.melancholy :and terrible f weayoa mut give me*I1A'U171O tj '
'place aad ksa bids' u N'ykirudabetw4f* wiU.you herSKi5a has a right to call out a'4D_'_ilita M ft.aIa.rtrDouL -- question .ueta.II jhst is'ai Uler.,
rty: : to rwaoveibe Indians in is Lslt.wflI.'n0ttIke 'plate-wa '*2uci1oth jn.&ntinencies k of lt &t iut.-Yet
th D 'tht. Ana'N f (. t bjuti o-
slower ol tl eso Jn- oiwq Chief of die l r---iIlira-dioc i Iih honoraVteitoi & .
process Will 14e1bc tlerintiaa4'1 ttBioaraaAonmi ;him :'u:.) tfarobgbout i tbe United biatesadtfcel ; .i'flJ.'IDt .
t'o. 47b &at and the Co 1 f 'eroertr from Texas Is jn teka* "aaetber
Je -- iaasioUOTipsaffNIien will fee raised tb* .v
.Wtat.I .r grtatcry
J"'L-I ..".J'". .. irotectthe &za.i ) ',ariwer..wandering. bdiana, tem this aaHmdaeat _.,-
.. .iai hey ..t... .1..;c.4". to, to ." If_ of tbtWtauand of their massacres" olItiwJpeopl point He supposes
_... we.)1n4t4 },'PII. :ia&t $;t etl.r- :aow'-.t..OTe..UIe we tte& *'
not : The authority on
'4_ ,..ec. :to .GaD;out I otttbe eoaBtrj: yea
.. 'jI.: sne1C _. ." :.. _'_.1Lt:._".. '.J" I Of tresideat Mapower ?. ......Wiue pMy.Iialau, ItTITJI :fcnir'[WU1r' : ; #.." -, slIatth.1. II

':Z.&u41.1 ; w.J.. Mbiokena \"itft'n, :.idi := (1D 1 rasasraSB .._ "_ ,1ftI Ia A.?' ,Wp I II .
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.the whole miter in the hand*'of the Executive tolbe ,_.:;_..gre.T wtg h aii. : ,.'D"9t'. ib" .. .C.: ..'. .t' :. ,'., ?',:' ': : ., TIL '. {, .'. '. ,'- s: and 'etrict._ ; free df: by detiv the' nm.rinft6 ,,Y .' jt\this? __i '' :'
k ; .. mt' '
that the commissaries' and quartermasters1 large ajori Lgis t r. 1Oi-tbe'Sternoon7pf/.Sa- rda i 'tUL13ih'' ... ; n.d te \ nln.RISl.. ,. and ter I have had no eoneernand acqoi >:: "

expenditures shall be revised :at the JT-it* Vi" L- V V/fc. f.j. tfQO dis ii m imp ,men and ance wrth .Col.,Pons jsrery recent, ha Tin
i $ Ia
Executive Departments of the Federal' GOT MIS4yRZ Aizaza.. fir ipjAdvices re?& *, e1oB M&iFilUpLERSoN a11 /, 'er l" .1Lnprirm t31eu ;. "blackrritaagrey.1 seen him! for the 'first the while' he was' ,
eminent and that, claims may came, here from-St'ixnitptithV| i 4t$1inslstate '. ., uwng. ; :,aAnigalor beSttwpmilestfromi. V.-I I 7 -? J t! ; ;. 'e ( .I here on that bu ineS.I the, partfts ."' .
properly adjudicated upon and that no more that it is almost certaih that both James Columbian Co., wbtle?!in the- y rJ. by ypov ome'time"siricemfyQor paper! h9 is proteatfifhask j who made these illegationswonhi not have '
officers be and under such Undleytand Samoel "Carntner Vhig -vf> *.-- **' '' S *** "" **" :. ioliic done so, if they.}hadwitnessed. I did '
may employed J. in, the,act of carrying a, '.bed/was .knocked broig'ht.upon him a" shower ol .editorial demagogues, of 'every any as Ue
conditions as the Executive of the whole have been elected to Congress from Missouri.. i ssVOrkCd2UPtoa'stat ; part of the country. In short,- "ft ..mpidM unremitt ? in thei ,
country may'think proper to rres ibe. Two hare been elected from down by lightning and jnstautly.ikilled.-! hail ; and' tbe.'Democratic. pr .ifm tenairTT verity belmevebut forColrPons7the :

did not misapprehend Democrt. .. ,' j >1 jpffererish. : x re t;:is8SPcharging ftpplimtftt claims would not have been
I *
Mr. HOUSTON, _. : 'T. :-' It.----- V! i I"That. adjusted at
3i l atrr arttB tf i1\11r8Aa'ii .kaQ& ;- : Snbtcrlptlon, the New Orleans lat at him its.batteries with unmitigated .is.modern' this tifetaq'obabt ntven would'-havf(
: democracy.
should not puppowfrt; to imagine that thel ALABAMA, I .' . Jc "* ." : ferocity mB'orthese.are.wry/imfl//: : How' do like this interesting picture! 1 been bad 'some oneeqlaly.S.
JJto micl.FMiteKWHi;.Derive any, authorily In this State there weretw6tWbigs, one you ; efficient .as CoL P, The
from the notice,which Congress pioposcd.logive.to Union, and one Democratic candidate for A despatch dated October 12th, states that : but'' rninglingtheir_ own .insignificant_ _, ._ notes_ Confes the.-trulh, and like rajrhonest inan Department sent .eertifi.fat

this subject .said. ,thatthe'Tepresehutions GoveFntir The'lattefrCol.-JrArWihsfon;: :thirteen'thousndoHars"- ha.c been .raised with" those of the, more 'respectable, they admit, that this is the most instructive i illustration cates to GOT. Brown, shoiild notrweiih-a.

oT ihe Governor of has been ;elected. i in," New* "*York l' for' .the U >relief, of the ,sufferers* 4I contrive,, altogether to, '.make>, coBsiderable of the difference of' principles of the ; feather against the. efficiency of Cof;i':
jorlda; $Jb$Executive of the United States, For Congress, in the 1st district, P. Philips )- I by the fellow T fever it 'New O re3' 1.I. The noise and confusion" about this little ''oa!I!" W Congress passed at the last session a''
flic Urgency't f the applications made to .te fe&njja YQ !
rind1 is elected over Lockxvood Whig. 9G 'strngel- 1f1 : .r
L e Tiirisintended-w donbt1otttmbOozettrevqters t ii
contained in 9n bave for time.
him to carry out provIsions { ) t bservei .
ibirWnBOTnm ffmrae j1mm tre l has been lect lc.S..4-ars. Deil change" 'on Thursday, the .tbJ;$IpOO"f9r in.th coming. ': election?, Judical. %(tbink't Mr., :Editor,.*that :wttti| i this! )iiia, of attorney, which has-created. much 'difficulty .
would have to .rely- upon- representations In 1l'e.th.e., Wh.'R'. Smith,.Union:: Democrat the same benevolent purpose, and appintet &.rb moive. 'is .itrarspre"rt ,to"be tration might conclode, and'save the.Democratic wit .ther; .prsns'
made to him, and he would probably'yield to ba ; l cted. I a Committee to obtain additional subscrip 1 1 jnislake'ri.. In!!:.deogia i elections i .will be heldjitt'b editorial association from :the infliction But for .that law rio' doubt the

them ; -the consequence would be a jprotrae- in.ihe; 7ih.James', ..Dowdell, Dem., has tions. faU}'afso5 T : J and a little claims would have paid to him under the
for elb btt'upo4
ted!warj; whereas postponing the matter elected. *i.*, dges of IirbeiJi's gr truths; powers he held. t know the'fae that Gen.
bE ,
until the new.' Executive'comes in,. the re- 1. v Philadelphia, likewise, the merchants dough-faced 'paper'published in Savannah reflection, ,1 cannot. dismiss. this,membEr of [ 1orton\3s' frequently at :Department

suit maybe different.. The arrangement was '' have subscribed $2,700, and GOTSCHALK, the thinks this sufficient'justification i to join'in: the.",illustrated JJemocraciJ" without few pwith, the. instance of. Col. Pons; and

entcied inlo'by.a former Executive, and 'he : R I D.A, BEfBBLlCilJACKSONVILLE U B L I celebrated Pianist, has volunteered to give a the onw.t.? The. editor,of this paper more He'says, "Among,.the De- if.the General .was now here hue D
hasnotiiad tfme -complete them. remark. doubt it wouM afford him much
: '
can still gnioifiwitli the experiment' to the Concert the proceeds of which are to' be devoted ; has,changed ,his flag ,so often, becomes m cratsth'me' are a few advocates, of this make'such'stateme t''s would pleasure render t

end. of hi!vAd iniMrstion. : to the same object. difficult to. distinguish ib color; !nt a 'st nd. iil do t ne'ihey'holJ the unpromising j justice Col.. which he so'richly that me,
I doubt ribt that the Indians can be pacificnted it might be'a slander against rits.
August 18 '1853.Tlie Relief from Sarannah. orps name of gies ;'" by which enpho-
: Thursday ,
and that they will go peaceably to him that Without the solicitation of CoirPons
demccral5qne"ito" 11, distinguish or
caSif. I he to -
term 'presume, means
the homes of their brethien across the-Mississippi The Mayor of Savannah .has issued .a Him the lion anyone eseI! have concluded to'address
.Indians.: cation I will put among "Swiss from'the "jllithtateii Dinocrats "
them ,
settle down i in "
will '
that they quiet this letter.'fo bear
; proclamation, dated the 12th inst. calling my testimony as to his
MIl .pctcevand'* 'husbandmen and the .time 'takemea.: guard," at''the service of those who pay such as. barnburner free. ilers, and abolitionists Zealand in'the prosecution of the'
citizens fcienct
We have postponed present meeting of the to C
that they will to a healthier ti public .
agriculturists; go most. secessionists and disunionists, four business \ been committed 'to
from,various the publication of the for thejr'rmt) .to '-ard.lhe relief h
diee taone where supplies are abundantfor causes sures doing the
It is not to'defend this.letter. charge by East Florida.I .
: of
these Indians west of the the Seriate the close of the fever. my purpose rierites and rapperteS"; et id crane geniu
debate in
the couotry.of ; to\Tri of the New Orleans, sufferers by am, very your obi senrt,
} from tuty
will that to seems
Mississippi-is puspasscd' by none on earth last session, on t'.e'question of authorizingthe 1 eave yon. I Democracy which imple 6cwhwJer" M..BLOUNT.' '
i in,its production of corii and all the ncc.'swiries President to:employ volunteers .of the Our exchanges depict the distress, and your remarks that Ifwas not intended for mean who use lar part Hon. FELtLIYIxCiTOZ .
.Indian comfort. I have no doubt I destitution arising from the of thy Major Puln m's consent Jacksonville Fla.
he there i State if foundnecessary in the removal of previce publication, nor was country where it. is used-that is modern ,
Indians transported
that the
epidemic in New Orleans, among. asked or ,obtained for that; purpose. "
without difficulty, and incMpnraled( with the Indians. The obstacle to our publishing Democracy.
their brethren : wheieas, if you authorizedor this debate as soon as it transpired, was the poorer classes of that city., The.Howard : "1 after all, there;is nothing i inf it.to wake I think, ,sir, the uniltustra'ted, that is thebgie Proceedings Town Councli.Corci. .

the daring and active spirit of Association is displaying, d u'sucb Democratic storm and'it is seized themselves
give to unb\nd a consider .
the occupancy of so much of our space / DinoTltlt may CHAMBEK, An:, 11, 1833.
:Florida the least encouragement as this benevolence in.its efiorts to assuage upln at this'particular limQj only as an ex- and their for
would do, for er.cioachmeiit upon with the United States Lwshicb we highly complimented, respectability Council. met special purposes'. Present:
amendment the Indians, that very moment the agitation \cr then. publishing. As "we could not ferings of this unfortunate class. c s }\\f '.de (u.nci i'ng the Wbig party that immensely increased, by being .separated Hon. I. Swart Intendant and Messrs.
would begin, appliances would be made lor copy the debate then, when and subsequently Litter from Texan beneGmay accrue :to the Democratic' Judicial from such a rowdy company; and may God Bours, J. Clark H. E. W. Clark, Wil-

the purpose of removing the Indians, the 1 cat>]idates.: It the fraijk'avowaI'of deliver the from *
such.jp/ogressives, and Ward Councilmtn.
other country hams
inhabitants would it the Government I it was published by .papers we concluded /.drices from Galveston, Texas, to !the 5th \ ,
urge upon it until time when sentiment. entertained by the. writer.in'. relation ; and the Government. from the control of A communication received from
and they would consider the adoption to lay over some inst. have been received in New Orleans. was C.. .
warrant for its lateness would freshness to to. the election of Judges, and .lie is en- such evil influences. This writer of the Drew to Clerk
of such a proposition as a even give a But few election returns have come to hand Esq., declining serve as of
commit. "The infernal .- ..ijh fe j titled to credit at least for candor and independence editorial who
any outrage they might reperusal of it. Manyof our readers, however and from them we Can learn nothing definiteas AncenCity seems to have Council.

and Indians we will will make not go them; they go.are" In boundto that have riot before met with it, and it to the results.-The crops ,were _promis-. in this respect. He could bav'ebad been top busily.occupied inhhprofessional The Market Committee made the follow]

way go a war might grow up i in Florida. Why still possesses all its interest in the fact tha ing. no motive. of "person!. advantage inproclaiming duties to keep.np his reading, manifests an ing report which was received : "

could not two hundred determined men expel it is the latest and most aulhenlic- xposition From San Antonio, Texas, the advicesare )his.j views; on .\ .contrary he evident anxiety to claim for the Democrats The Market committee beg leave respectfully .

this hundred warriors, if it was necessary to of the views of leading memberiTof the Legislative to the Cth inst., and they tate that thereis comes in conflict with a majority of his fel- the question of referring'the people the, to report that they advertised for proposal

compel them to go west I have no idea branch of the Government on a Llpvv! citizens, Whig and Democratic. I isan election of Judges. I thought.that this was to build market. house, as specified
of voting more means for an enterprise ol a report current in the ordinance of July 19th and have con- .
and of' vital importance to, our -State. office which: pays $2,000 a year,to the Whig progress," and I can establish the
that kind than are physically absolutely subject is dead. tracted with Mr. Barbee, he being the lowest
necessary and I shall not vole for the amendment The debate presents high Senatorial author The Gardiner Caic. incumbent, and i if the rush to the Bench by truth by reference to record evidence. The bidder to build said market in a. substantialmanner

because I see that it would lead to : ity in admission oi tbe right of the Executive "a legion" of hungry candidates is an indication Constitution framed by the Convention. assembled for the sum of $463, he furnishing -
war.to blpiuM"the destruction ond of the Mcie7 Indian it warriors wouldlead to order out volunteers for the purpose A despatch of the-12th. informs us that of its value, then the 'situation surely for that purpose 'in St. Joseph's, in all the materials; and agrees to build

indicated, the previous sanction of the Grand Jury have found an indictment holds out strong inducements- to secure -market-house: according to the plan
and when the men are destroyed, of course I without 1839 a majority .of whom including the furnished by said Committee.

the women and children will be reduced to Congress.Speaking. against JOHN CHARLES GARDINER for perjury aJ retain it. I may be complimentary; President, were- Democratic, provided that They would further report that, Mr. Bar-

starvation., I cannot see the justice of this, of the condition of the Indian alleged to have been committed on the I aria flattering to Major Putnam to receive the Judges 'should be first elected by the bee is progressing with the.work,and thinks

and inhumanity I will never if I can consent avoid to it.do injustice or tribes in the territories of the United Slates, late trial. The bail has been fixed $4,000.. i such distinguished notoriety and eventually General Assembly for the term of five he.will be ready to.raise on Saturday next.

.'. Mr. MORTON a&ked for the yeas and a late number of the Washington Union I The motion for a continuance of the for. I' be of great service to him. It' certainly !indicates years on the expiration of which they ,Council And your to allow Committee them to would erect further said house ask

nays upon amendment, ; and they were says : mer case has been renewed, but the Counselfor that great importance is attached to should be elected for the term'of and during to run north and south instead of east 'and

ordered. "The United States has regarded then I the United States objected on the groundsthat his opinions, and this should be to him a i good behaviour. [See article 5, Con titu-I west, it' appearing to be most convenient,
Mr. WELLCR moved
adjourn. that. the Senate as under its sovereign wardship and tutor : tbe return of the Commission from I soiree of gratification. Many individuals tion.] and would meet the general wish of the citi.

HUNTER. age. Her statute books are teplete with ; Mexico i is soon The consideration -i hare been elevated by the means.iised zens. .
Mr. I hope the Senator from /laws for their protection, and her Indian Department expected. very The first amendment of this article was Yours, respectfully, ,
California will permit us to take the vote and military power on the frontiers of the motion has been deferred until to destroy them. I is alleged that his sentiments made by a Whig Legislature, on the 8th of S. N. 'WnxiiMs

whole upon this debate question.will have If we adjourn now, the are employed to enforce those laws. That next week. imply distrust of the people. Absurd December, 1848, and this provided that the W. D. WARD.
again to-morrow. to gone over this benevolent policy will be rigidly enforced I is now said that ROGER A. PRTOR, Esq., This is the ordinary cant and slangof Judicial tenure should be" for eight years instead Councilman Boars proposed the following

The motion to adjourn was not agreed to, admission by President to Pierce-who just and seeks their whose famous article in the Washington the partisan and demagogue. With the of good behaviour. The next amend- amendment to the report, viz : That in lien

there being, on a division-ayes 19, noes 22. right-to the every selling apart further practicable coloniesof Union on the subject of Russia was the people there are honesty. virtue patriotism ment of this article was to give the election of placing the new market in the position

Theamei, there dmeiit of Mr.division MALLORT was rejected refuge for them, where they may dwell i cause of so much feeling, has become interested and right intention, and the letter neither of Judges to the people. The father of of the present one, it should be built so that
being, on 19
noes 24. a -ayes and devclope themselves under their own in the Richmond Enquirer, and will questions the existence of these nor the ca- : this amendment was a Whig, the Hon. J. J. its front would be on a line with' the South.

Mr. CHASE. I ask leave to offer an laws labor,, and letters, reach, and to religion respectability, we have in hssurauca arts-, in a few days enter upon his editorial duties. pacity of the people to appreciate them, nor, Finley, Judge of the Wester Circuit. This side of Bay-street-wbicb was lost as fol-

amendment from the Committee-: on Roads .of the hghpt.t moral we.ijl'',anJ An. .. their disposition to elec; lltose.who possess ,--- .*i l VyUAVt.s mcntlieia-of thc: 10- '

and On-Canals.motion, the Senate adjourned. not be mistaken." We repeated a statement last week that them ; but JuJas. Iscariot betrayed our Sa : General Assembly, and passed 1st January Ayes-J. Clark Bonrs.Noes .

: Steamboat Cn.c In Snvnntinh. he was to start a new paper. viour by a kiss, and'there is, no assurance: 1853. l this ,writer of the Ancient City -Williams, Ward H. E. W. Clark.

Extract of Letter of the Chief Engineer that the people not bs served the same Councilman
a The investigation may editorial 'ha been disposed to give the people Boors then called for the
Washington.&ar, on thorough <*
to the President the Savannah and Pen- We notice of the I
of two Savannah
papers way by Judges. and the of the Committee
information question,
sacola Rail,cad. finds that the story first appear i correct a reference to the report .
confound a late decision in the U. S. Courtin Among those who have joined in this hue
records of the General was adopted.
would have
ArousT IST, 1353. ing in the New York Express that Assembly
that city, in a suit for damages betweenthe sa'inl and cry is one who has written an editorialof J. II. H. C. C. tern.
I address you from the encampment on the Secretary of the Interior's recent visit to shown him that the election of Judges by Bovas pro
the Withlacoochic river south of the Ocean owners of the Savannah steamer Planter some length in the Ancient City. he the is
New York had reference to alleged fraudsor I people a Whig measure to which
Pond, and where Conner's and the Charleston Florida with the Charleston Sta/,. anl.
near you may see on steamer is not f.miarvith the use of the Jacob Correspondence of
malpractices of the head of some Govern Major Putnam is opposed, appears by
large the fetter E in the word a
map the suit instituted here between the ,
he has it hard
staff; given some rubs-
Withlacoochee.! ) The survey will cioss the Florid ment bureau in Washington and his brother per his letter, and therefore the illustration for KEY \VssT Aug. 4, 1853.

.JIve, a short distance below this point, and William Gaston some months since.It ,. also a Government employe in Washing haps, too, he may have been near some tan- which this is invoked Is aflat failure. Editors Charleston Standard :
which it will reach to-day. The line of appears the Flo,ida and Planter came yard, of which there arc also'perceptible
I.O.D. The Itaferto-day leaves for the
ton, with reference to land warrants, isuhol- us sea
Florida, it j is &|>ecled, will be reached tomorrow into collision, and as the result of the suit indications. I will not quarrel with him son. She proceeds to New-York, where, she
ly without foundation. No such public officers .y
The line from the Altamaha to in the case, his Honor Judge Nichol gave a for his profession his trade in hides and Having devoted some" attenfSSn to the will lay up until the 12lb Ocrober, when
.the line of Florida will l, I think I are suspected by branch of the Government -
may say her will be resumed. In the meantime
decision against the Florida, and awardedto bark ; both be useful and lucrative. trips ,
may I.. subject of the Duval Militia claims have'
prove quite as favorably as was expected. of any such conduct. is equally I we two fine first-class Pilot Boats have been
From the Altamaha to the 'AlapaLa, the the Jasper about $1,200 damages. untrue that frauds in the purchase of goodsfor must Jake issue however, with him whenhe been requested to publish the letters below; chartered to take the mails to this city, and

,rpulfi for. the greater ;part of the defence is.highl .In correcting its statemer.t of the case the the Indian Bureau's have been assumes this letter to be an illustration and while we comply with the request, those Havana from Charleston. The first boat

) favorable. After crossing the latter Savannah News adds : purposes of the difference; of principles of the Democratic who are interested in the claims and the his- the celebrated pilot-boat Eclipse, of your
river: the is .
slightly undulating or are suspected.The
country more -
"The cage of the F/or/Jaand William and port,will start on the 15th and make the
Whig parties. be
but, not so much so as to require any Star from which the I I may convenient of their prosecution, may derive a por-
Gaston was decided in the : Court of newspaper tory voyage as rapidly as the uncertain and ad-
deviation tbe Dstric for him BO to construe it for
from straight line which has political of that interest from
the United Slates for held at 1'alatka above contradiction emanates, has recently a perusal of these verse winds, and contrary current of the treacheroua -
from the Altamaha
been brought Bron. effect, if any of the numerous candidates for documents : Gulf \Vi her. These boats
"Tl e iUstancefiom Savannah to the line Judge on presiding. An appeal come into hands avowedly I Democratic ; and I permit
of Florida by this will to be was made from his decision, but as an from its many announcements of movementsin !judicial distinction. are his political friends.He TREASCRT DEPARTJTENT. are of a cla-s superior to those employed
survey prove appeal could only carried from that Court 2J Au itor" Office, June 16 1S33. for the Mr.Mordecai last
abopt 176 miles/ It will be a novel and in- and from Washington may be opposed to making this electiona S ; same purpose hy :
teresling feature in this to the Supreme Court at Washington, and presume SIR : The four packages claims pre- year and we hope that our mails will be
of the world party question-of course'I he
part -
a line of this extent with only I about three the amount involved being below the jurisdiction "knows something of the subject about be but ; presume sented b? you in May last, or pay for services forthcoming in less than 30, and in one
degrees pf curvature, and this at one of the Federal Court, the case was which it writes." mast ; the' people must be informed .. of sundry soldiers of the companies of instance, CO days, from you d y., We shall

) Dear tbe Altamaha. point, consequently'setled on Judge Bronson's through him that Democrats aloneare Capts. Bushv Price, and Saarrez, of Florida, avail ourselves of. Netf-prJ-eans SteamShip

Every thing, so far as this line. is concerned verdict. The Misisssippi papers state that the qualified to sit on the Bench.. He assumes were duly received. Co..and forward you oursemi-raonthly

has a favorable look." Important from Havana. High Court of Errors and Appeals of that that the people, without his instruction -. The reason the claims of those who were advices "by their regular steamship, the

State has decided the question of the legali. are incapable of alive were not sent to you was, that the Secretary James L. .Day,.when we are certain of anticipating

The LATE DCEL.-Nearly all,*the northern The N.Y.i/era/J has received important advices i ty of the Union Bank Bonds against the and making a'propcr se- of war and myself( considered it advisable their arrival by the.. regular mail.
'papers have 'telegraphic reports from lection thereby implies the very distrustof to make the Governor of the Sate: Our city remains as usual.healthy. We
Charleston, which represent the fatal and from Cut.ahich state that a demand State and in favor of the prosecuting': cred. which Major Putnam .is accused. of Florida distributee, inasmuch as the'law do not know of a single 'case, {of lever of

deplorable! duelxof last Tuesday resulting or request jnid been male by the British itors. It is stated that,each Judge delivered : Now, that letter makes no political all\i- providing for'the'payment of these soldiers any kind.: In the hospital".thereare, a few

from tbe.dlfJ. renct'8o hapIl}" apd honorably .. Government for a mixed commission with a very elaborate concurring opinion which sion, nor does it intimate' \ required the muster-iolls. tg,be approved by seamen sick of..Chares fever, contracted ,,
adjusted, be't ween'Messrs. Dwight and authority to search estates and all places in' is represented as able and any preference for him. That )'Over not made the recipientof elsewhere. All are rec ver ng, o\\'ing to
Rhe'lU :We know not where this strange of surpassingly con- Whig or D mo rat. Il does. not objectthat! them,, did' not .arise, therefore, from an the bealth-restoratiye.qualities of our. fine-. .'
mistake originates, but' there is 'not the' Cuba.wher new importations Africansare vincitigcovering the whole groun J and meet the election of Judges is in with want of 'con6J 'nce in your. integrity ) climate.. .

slightest i ground for*it 'except that the tWQ supposed to be sheltered! and that tbe ing and refuting every. point raised in .op any progressive nor accrdance that for the reason 'above stated.in'reference Several of our, citizens go, North by to'

difficiitiescane! to 'a conclusion nearly Spanish Government, had granted 'the .demand position. is to .be deprecated principle when the progress is to those claims wherein you day's boat,more, however, business than.
the fame time. :They had no connection ,. The Captain-General, previous to speed not' are theP'administrator) 'and thosejwhereinassignments'have pleasure or be lth. Were the Jaltercanse'
whatever \tith'ea f Wier,' either in their receiving orders'to this effect had searched THE COSTA AFFAIR': SMYRNA. 'A com.-; with I a looseness.' : : been! made to'you priorto only consulted, they would remain in Key

origin and progress or ill. the 'parties: iatc- munication; published in the New YorkCou4 Atuliis writer seems to.have a fancy for I the"actof'26lh February, 1853, I feel inclined Vest ,We notice amonsjjbe ,passengers
icfctcd':-Charleston Jllercvry, 8/Ai'ai/. 1'.fral estates, and taken a great many negro rier.$ Enquirer that the iustrationf I.will present him with one, i to allow them, provided you makean 'Jutfce Marvin'of the:Admiralty.Court Rev..

from them. says Englsh' papers and the affidavit that you'purchased said claims, C.< C.JUamsAsaF.Tift, Esq, huty ,and ;
v El ctlon XU'tnrn have* made a mistake their"accounts appeal 'honesty of Democratsto'say'whether others. '
: Wheeler
between specifying.eachj'ahd; family, Mrs. ,
Thcpreseitt: \ agreement .England e.'o.ir projjerty. -;
;: _p NORTH-CAROLINA. and "Spain proposed by ihe'foriner: of the trouble, at Snlyrnaj'bj confounding tbe/ calfbe'arore tPdUus'-, thartl'r New-Otleans steamer James L.Dar
> ,11
Dr, II.,M< Slaw, D
FirsuDistrict. over Hon. David Outlaw, a commands, U. S. sloop.of.war St. '.Illustration of Democracy: haye,been! taken'out by several, yesterday morning! !in. fine tie. : The-,citizens
v Inthefifst pla e, Englandvi consent Jo 'Luis persons, att! .powers of attorney'given toyou'Icannot of this cityaremuchconcenned at the
of .
a, majority
Whig by ninety .votes. with B .
'Commodore Sin ngh m, 'chief 4of the Is.DEIIOcilC"he ffa1o' Re i ;
In the Seventh, District the majority theimportation )J Cuba, 'apprentices a 'under. tile regulaiioaa.! at- success of this iinebeing'vetinitsinfancyall
public mocrtic
from squadron, who was at the dates at raperoasks"th.ar"qtes[ low them; ; in'conformity :are gratified! atlts"goqil beginning. and
Ciaige (Dem.) over Osbourne (Whig) is reported Africa, to serve ten years' apprentice. ., J latest" ; answers it WltJOOt3Jdltlonat" ,
312.-J .. P' > ? ship. Constantinople, on,.board. his ,flag ship the ,and comprehensive' I following all other u .e: )!! :!=4Qir e' ( : certain prospect of ultimate, success. The

Nothing definite from Clingman's: district. frigate Cumberland., The, correction is important names of ,things,* { .Payments wiirnpt'Jje made tQjadjninistra* Day Jeft'Ne\V'.Orreims' on.tbe 23J Julyr.with
r' the'
Thomas Ru1Iin..DelDocrat. has been elected & a.new census of every s vein: people mean who it.impliesi''wbae tors nntes they' h'eir'orafe autfior-. ,over 60: 'asengers,, and a full, cargo of
to Congress from the eecond District and the Islandv l.be.. taken by._the mixed Commission .. inasmuch as Commodore Strin hm where 'it istised.use :'vtt; in'':the particularcountry i,J1 l ized"by heirs* r to t adminlstef,t-or* are& :cre.di7''*: freight., Most p(ber asS ngers'were,. and .

William; A she, Qptfncrat, from the third. authorized to search every slave in i has been widely censured for. honoring(the. Jean J'toe complete .1 definition"of never: "tors, and Hheno61y jlie'jau entcatet usually are', fdr'AualacnicpIaaod SOIark's .-,' ,

Rogers.Whig i ha,4>een. elected to Congress the Island,'.so that in future th ycanas' Austrian envoy Bruck. with a nationalsalute .'democracyn-from ful'saur ,; arid "".'ampuiir(oD thelr clftlm'f'an'd I even '' She brought to.thlsjcity! .large amount of*, .
froID.tte_ ourt.b-J) lstritt. over Tenable, certain .whether" 'slavesfhave jjec'riintroduced. ,'which Bruck i is the person'.whowas this too Irn) art organ of".'democracy;"' ult:' t "admrnrsirationv! hiy .u t'e;a& *anidvithpnofof1hehirs 'freight r,. t and. the'following'llst 9f passengers 'fi
/ J.
.. P neyv. ,_ entitled;" Iii' Senad, Jady.and three sera.nt.HoQ. '
4emcrat.' the :
IlL't J" guilty.of thegrossestinjustice Award's, anAmerican imples ateer Pellle'meai dS' the', 'caseV:'ol;JsaacffRush' Williain! Carterjand Arcberii'dlatl L ..A J.C& f '
In .tbeJBigtb |)j trict Kerr i is undoubtedly ; ) the"particular) iparf, "of- tbecoti' ) : \ ;I.ft !
elected,as Ihe; opposition of Relxher, was .Thirdly, in fifty years frqm tbe acceptance .Consul'1,* some' time hack, rocrejv ftominalv '. of these down.is flag, etc..- democracy india have'beeii.granted to Mrs. ) Ig \\Vmqorman! J'J.B.: .C n1hgna :
0 propositions 'and ,a' treaty based '' a rabber cloak; that could '
.. .
Buib'Sm4h{'Cirter/and 0 BurkeJ.LBIUZQZIi.unit :
-_____J r. be stretched into : to 'all 'Abiiif ElIehdefe !. :p. Hof.1 ,
Ai thereon, the p'r &1ve and their children }. shape cover ,Jf. you will certify that yoko4' 8 _"i l1e k. "' ,
ks-- TT.Ku!:f. snt Speaking :the Yellow Fever in ;that dot i es, in any latit de. .en f. <
to be set/ree.; 111\88-1 these l ladiesto_ ethVwidowa. of : hac'toN.Qr1eim5.G .-r
Andrew -Johnson, Democrat has''been' i ,:theN, O. of sachusetts it implies the'abpye- The Da\ ; ,
.: Picayune the.Tth: says; York it Colitionism. named imersoai. I late soldlers"1 Floridi t'al\nfOdeckpat'&e: geh {ud.a : iinplieHiin"erjmn
elected Governor Tennessee over Gus Orange, ... 'Prc.err. ..- : It should be stated that of bur oldest and Barnburjir'lain 'i volunteers in' 1833 ami 1839thete.sthiouf fruitijuirt;'arrow .'&c":" Among ,bc; .
P' senrl bards and softs. ; ropt f.
tavo A. Henry, Whig A At th& North 'it im '' '
Wbg; majority. arid most.experienced able;pliysli .Freesoilism : i now 1 1Ver"ie81ect \ isCapY. J.: :Vogdes| U,.S ,A,rt -,
plies passengers
We have
and *
famished fce
ol Congressmen.has been 'elected : and the eo with:some samples 'Abolitionis0 at the' '
; clans find in the fever.this year features- of ur bdi. servu .7.vf who TiiprdereiMo FoBr0kTPit'o'atteiIa'cqurt :
Whig Uvtalsoi majority in the Legislature of this article., which! has beenprepared jnalignancy"wbicb'xceed.. their Sout,"Southern Rghts. Secession and 'Dis- f ? ;
orde .
; ;,
', recolec. In i ,. martial convened.by < r "
in this..yj.cinitjr ale iy Mrs. ''TlStone. : lions of what call the hnp1iesstrictcatfuction con-l ;- ? .2d' Avdfcft x" T_ tt J .
ChQrehweU Dem. is for }I.; ,,. they1 "yellow t 'j; ) Weat( internal .. Gen.;qhiIdCaVib4t.! ; P9f ;' pas>.
< ) re-elected
probably !improve "
(o Congress from the Knoxville 6trict. and ** -., It Jias> ben.s r ppJieUI' .this.andotbermarkets They are cases inclined Created,tq believe that fevetshouU.hi very many l ment byfthe federal governmentttthe' :, .ThtiitM.'P5F4'4 L : 2'"f r \ .-1'*:. '' 'senders ,fa'i&oAJames srJarnespf,)be e. .4.thevictnJty'4 .
asyellow. LTghfhous.e11"51'r
Smith.(Dellb) from the Chattanooga'district. severaL!successre! seasons ,. r North1it implies 'protection ;rat'tle South 1 WiSHraoTOs .qa _
Created .That ; PuZt4tbi833 li 1.i'.
.as. "pbngesUve type .of free-traded At the North., i f tica .l\eys !l a. t\.J ."
This last dfttricttWu'1'epreseated lit the last an&is air article of great-convenience and : : ,FodrieHsriijj, DEAR: *: ;
in the West iRh .
and. a convefsatlon vith' to'be ttkt .
TevrJ8'w knQwl .cooBidered Georgia 'Ir? lighthoqse J lut! p t "
&C'i &c ,ad
Democrat.Ang. < rapperl m" :, infiniflfti
Congress ,..a nsgUljr,ry fih*! fprwbfe,.use, Co, persons worse'tbij the yellow vr and more : I implies any,and,everythingT'iiivtufnV? ,1 Birchett'to-'da: ,XnHdeAtdoi' Miihii that ":X1IC,'schr,, JK Pl..R.'Ansr" beut...Seidcn,..

,who oprepare' such, .things .forjiheir. rapid in its:effects_ !; i thngIongits active principles !had'been' alleged by m ,ii t !f'tfjcPpartiatne'restcdlnthe !:, fllvr '!t e;''2tt ,-lY,'!t.daJ., frqin .
TTaIsYiL1t being'tlttf .
.I tTv: o : loaves and fishes ."ItimIies.Whate'e claims'f or services ferfdeVed >NorfoltiV4.; ;VentS W &:bu ,been. Ur -

; ; .,.9Jt,w n \-ascer. Dc0.ipti'n.; :. : "|VYpMjLH..iti- ,JJ L' TOR pEBTy There'.'Is people'! men. !' 'ftJs i 'one thing,at the. tho' i in'jCip ;Bush-; Price,"'and'Suarre'2'arcou; pa fediated i Inspectorrblher"LlglitiShip9aB, '4 iilghrUouses

tained'lo a certainty that -Messrs.4Jni) < :The cars on.the. :Baltimore end Ohio :Rail now 'a' 'widofe woman..incarcerated: in; the and another at th : and* ? oieithat'ColJphnM.'Pbng had. rendered li thisdistrictand, >!a2sr: .1

.BOydi.Chriltman.J Elliott; Brvck en ridge and,' Road ran oJlhtf track on'the llth, causing Portland Stan tori, democrats'and Messrs.:tJreyi Hill, '' < to meeb her We4;;.,and Eatr.all" at 1blf WaVDepartmeh Vnd 'stb.;wh'ch *!nov; t k"r. ), b.xchiniiul'Sf
Preston Ewjng and pox,;wfjfesj i are fecteito tbe 4eaf of,a reinzittand, '* seyerlyujuring1wO'bthererson liabilities, ic bemgnnlle. ,ehonse a..comprehensive'' dennocracyTruly.1. cited &>acOnfirmaVron; t 6f .,i| wiUiq 14 Oqkiber'fofth f 'f'R rol'nf. "t{Dt .
making the fet.ah4 ai" ., ". : 7 ,. \fi 'QnI1o democrcy. lenn, ftnd : fact that'tbe certificates of : at ;1"i l.1' tK( ii.i_
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-.- _. ting tolomuelt.PatfiDt fedieine JC
AA I' 11 '4'' ; .. I 4e
jpC ,-. ,Brig Olive, eUy.N.ry !raporters and Wholesale ltfc 'F reigu' Ltsioi' S-1trP : j a .adtrtj** Wood>,f mmne flawiagfthroogh sill.parts of'tW-

Aa. I. ,13.cc 13rig Unda, Ga1flson,.: Y. T and Domestic Liqaor, Vines, Cordials, bands. ,"' .l, n oaes half.f pipes.-ODe ea quarter eaehi:.b1 J I MreadyUearnedthefact persons and also.rom those.whoJiaT their 0"'Ji
,, II II fchr Abde aQ r'nr W1l Y. : Sfgar*, TobaccpI &:i..naJ tittr C l rers Jamaica Lime JieeNift ft*d.tto.rf.4 ,,,,' ,L Lease and obeerv ati'..that JtheMejtican Mnrt a4 ,'O"4fttQ., IJflFpej fot..or. fI .''.
v Brig yo.I.
iisanderofl mo.Yett.-.. I ofLeinopsypjp Sardines,in whole half and t UtrllDenUs reaDy truly*" the fvE1 COPL1T #
LAW U IS. hr JOllrP r ape riorquaIiiy: quartettoxeai vest <* intrinsically, ,_ _. .; ..,
AT Lobsters I remw "
MankereI,8aIieen and eeFj.efurer oferedto the
_Vlr'corxSE1Oa ra Ett7J eorutantl. *"* hand n. ct&mJS 1 fer i aSictedtsBi is attended with .hilfc oeeceded by t.vervesLmp
: .r-: or"'ctftf U'G t tt ",.1'b1'/l.1. wrters.- -, *> -, rheurni neuralgia; stiffness ,.
_J John 'i rt 1Z'/Ifff&. 9j or.lOrtnes. paiuaiatke region.of Ihe.uYU'.w..biUer.-1 :
treT fA.Tt'N "flTt' p"pdi J EosHndia r tesenred in : ofJo ts..lII.uscle or tendo. For bruisa
.Cinrrr; hexes bf cuts
'T_ t. : 16. BrigJtdeline, "Mflftkt-ri; BOStn to lea to City RlR/.AnJlhaJ&t.. Oil theirDwpuy jars-each : ,;1,:'lra, waldaysore Dirplu. ked breasts ic.., tMte,yeUaw.farred tongue, poise full sad boue&ss*

.U\ &br J rrcbble.' tI'QU ".;". ttltAldlibtral tmnW I ",French Cherrios .BraDdy.in boxes of 1 doz": i proved should tie
Bug Catturute itt: T.TT: l e& it to be certain tor left lobe be effetted the paiR Is geae-..
l ; the
WI B an e k Y sssig gj&j j Fru1t. -'- : p., remedy piles. We caa rally the left
es tri .1 shoulder with a sborWrt ewh-;
Brnr therefore I-
CLF.AEED. Cq:,J. Henneay, ,in boxes of 1 dosen each, confidently .recommend it, and advise the iki.
., iljDCor\uu.oaJ."L1 dard at Co.:! k'Srf'reres, Otard, .DupnYk Po: assorted.,". ..t>, -_ ** -: ." every ltd r..o try It,fselinga. l'l' tl."f gir., stools .btcmtKg of. a lI apeare.cs.an4ihe- ""*
Ani 5. Schr: 3. ; g ,- rM- This disease aiivb emI "
&F.tartel Do iri >
their *
arYCathfcartionr and otbet' do own ingmUfactj
; choice jaTee/ddao. iy'.civing: relief.
1 n7 CD.GE .. i'ie. brands in .A' ,- I hi/thi4e of HOBEN'SACK'S LIVER
c fechr Win : Pie Fruits do do.Stuart's PILLaM
TysDn..Learning.-.Bermm3a pipes, i
_'I ',: -_. _- .. : Ofldox.eaeh., quarter&nl1, caskajand._ in boxes._ l Jn AtafisXE'teiS l& n7d Su- .* KEW YORK,JulyrSI; IS2.CWe .. *Mid-s they then set directly _pH.the Mat tbe-4iMas*r "

W. CALL. IIOLLOWAY'S A3.T.c.J A1Y Bwcni-4tb in imitation gars. ,. hereby certify thai.we'have used the compound operating.opon.thebowtUtkey xp l!
OlXTJTCNTAXD PjLLS,A CER.TAIN .'iwd, of known as the M 1111 the torrent an4 yiOaled matter from.the
I Liniment
have .
CrRE FOR ItClFt"I.4:01t h'rG" 'rench.in hall pipes, quarter and eighth casks. 00 LO4I* bxcs 1IUIc1 ha.1t boxes d1S Jovs ,and aya
a.an tern
81'3 VJL.-Peqons no in
a :.' it the best cDYSPEPSIA.
7 afflicted with this awful JJo ao'lsVproof. in barrels. each'f. ; 1 '" '_-t- recommending as a" -s
SONVILLE FLA. mediate recourse to these aiwwa ,should b3t 1iu- HOLLASD Ois-Pjne Apple Anchor Cologne .no u.- 9, in barrels. __ tide we bate ever used for tbe.care' of- sprains. :
iaralnab1eEnedinine gallo, cut brnirrs'&e
and Clover Leaf Brandt. Do Ground Pulverized ;, on horses. The "*
@os it is a weUknown fact that patients barrels. AH! who srnif tores of Dyspepsia and its cnrf
been effectually cured many hate WmsKEY-i-IiishandScotchi, :""'! -r Do Steam Ucfined Candy. iA. boxes of 43 lbs. denbt'thjs wiU' please call on the nn- Uigeases.sre dixiiftew the headbesstbhnop.pression *
by rtheir
rtereigned and
me after they will bs happy tn afford all
-11118 DOUGLAS every Do each. '
other remedy had Monongahelalst and 2d quality af ser rating meats, SOVMSS arising front
failed and.several hare ll M other iBlormatioa in their t
been T-ower aj
Almonds best regards its
\v COUNSELLOR AT LAW, restored to perfect health after oeuig,discharged Do Q'rara.l Ht.burg.fheLf, iiye an and
Bourbon. hard shell. :: f ot the wlw1e body. Fmsi this it will be Art* .
Nt t* IN CHANCERY, from the hospitals and there 'c Proprietors teem
-1 fl! Holloway's Ointment Pills Pronounced" incurable. Do Baltimore Western Rye. and'New Castile Soap ofssnperior'quality. .in taxes 'of lJnlnf au Stage Co. the disease owes its origin to a diMrrantted *tat#{
:C'50xrlLLF. FLA. -are efficacious in Orleans rectified. about .lbs. e:1eb. Extract frota letter dated of the Liver and Stomaete., HOBENaA.CK ;

every bad breast variety,and diseases obstinate oftbe skin,scald heads, Rim-aid Jamaica, gt.. Croix, New Orleans' Soap, Jackson's Net 1; SACM)JUCXTO CITX,Cat Augi 13,1s.:. LIVER PILLS the very medicine totffeet a .- .

Ir" case,however sores but ; and there is no and New England. Corks,-Velvet Wiae/ln bales.,and bagi of 7 .1 believe the IMnstajjjj Liniment most an excellent permanent and lasting curs,as they act by ehangiog -
desperate will .
yield to the PEACH nnl'tDy-OId 'Korth Carolina gross-each. Jbe and Vir system
1JI. FEARSON. united. powers of these sovereign medicines. 9 ginia. .' I; Do, common Bottle,bags 7 gro,,. with avtieJe.her, which My wife I brought must thank couple of bottle for. a healthy action aud. readeiingl.b.. bloodpue
Et" I cOtNSELL0ft AT LAW, ---- -- Arri.E- BEAOTT-New Jersey and North Caro; Do-Jng anl Tap,* **, 5 ,.. Since she came here,"my horse fell dawn you withf To:F.a1.. -. l'
Do Velvet
lina. Demijohn, 4 5 '
J SOSfILLE EAST FLA.. To CIRCULAR SAW Hill Owners. CoEniAts j' Y D ar.Whito Win, in and gross me, and injured me considerablybut bruke no ; Ton will find these Pilbata> iivaJaibk mediciniobstructions
j-e:1U. Perfect Love Annisett qwtos ca bones.
the Liniment, an&the in
.J. ttetransartion of EuHness in the Rose, Cinnamon and Peppermint. Do. Cider or.Apple, in,barrel ,. relief fact the many enwl'laiutHO witiobyon are..bjeecldrf
I Cee&. Circuit Courts,for the LastTnthcrn I EXPECT to he in JacksonvHIe in a 'few WINES-Madeira, Newton, Gordon,Coraart & SEOARS-.-A large assortment.of Rib Jlondos ,in, (*!gned cure) ,,was* II.Stoni'D.'llAMSOM.bin' been either total,or partial,they have
ad found iaestima'bfe benefit fo
I, Districts of Florida. weeks (health permitting.) when I shall be Co., Leacock and Jardine, in 4 and { casks. onsolacion, tilaiitropa! Washington, and other hxtriet fro a leUer'deted J restoring and
prepared to put in order, and give instruction* in Port, Page's, Key and other choice brands. [choice brands, of direct,importation.tAlso Flo- .. *" purifying the blood ud other U1dS,so as to car*
the management of these SAWS: ,nnder.pecial Sherry, pale,Daff Gordon&' Co., Bcnitau and 'ridagj Havana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes. ,. PiStTsrota, Fa.,'..'- 18j:. nil complaint which may arise from female irr. Tnlaritieas

jIz.AmES j.BATITORET contract. I will warrant them to eut with 18- other choice brands. TOBACCO-P. Robinson's celebrated Doney Another cirnemttanse'whrfh'I notiredin Ohio, headache, dimness of sight paiR fin

horse power from five thousand to eight thousand Do do Brown do do. Dew, 4 lb. plugs in whiMkand half boxes, of 100( a fewdays ago Vtbongbtspoke highly of the safe the sjdc. back tc. These pills are the only
AT LAW feet per 12 hours, according to the convenience Do Tcnerifie, \'entoso'. London Particular and IbJ.cach. -. $ virtues of ihoAlnstang.. Being in the office ofa and effectual remedy to ear the following A

Co. East Florida. of the Mil!. Contracts made for Stills, and warranted Cargo do. Do Uougi and Heady,in.kegs of about 100 physician of high standing noticed .as he comrlnints Siek Headache: Gout ervoumess. ,Melancholyj

.P, ColumbIa _, to -cut eight thousand feet per day, if put Do Sicily Madeira, quarter casks. lbs.each. opened the door of his book-case, several bottlesof Giddiness Rheumatism Die
tre Jheams
.iujr Dimnessof
in fact'
up by myself. Alo and II' Do I }Worf's.Premium lobacco, in 3'c 8"11 Mustang along sldo; of which 'was an empty Sight, or
.w10.m. plans drawings made Malaga, dry and sweat,in j and } casks. and any of the Diseases that arise from affections of
WHIT SmITH for other kinds of .Mills and Machinery in gene- LONDON POUTEE-Byass' quarts and lint t lb.. i :Mustang bottle,and a two ounce presceiption vial the Liver, impurity ofthe
ral. Any references or information given in the Do Scotch and East India Ale, quarts & pints.I Do El6oraao, in boxes 40 to 451bs.each filled with Mustang Liniment. on which wIts of the Bowels. Blood or constipation

ATTOIt\ LAW mean time, by addressing me at Columbus, Georgia CHAMPAGNE CIDEC-Boxesone dozen each. I And a variety pf other brands, in 5's, 8's, and the following directions Hub the throat well '
East Florida. i lb. night and morning with the Liniment and Jtedlcal Evidence. .. .
Columbia Co, Do do Casks, three and six dozen each.. pngs.soking wrap
!lifglorI SAMUEL HEYS WINE BITTERS-Boxes, one dozen each, and On'I;I & Tobacco in boxes of 5 and 8 dozen, a woolen cloth around i t." J. P. FLEMING. We the. undersigned phyxicianshating.had
-- .
: i\.II.% I Agent for George Page& Co., draught. 4 n"d S oz.f.apers.r- ,' -- ,. B.J Meekiugs, \Valaut-strcet,Cincinnati, the receipt of their manufacture submitted i> as
noPKIXS k. August, I8i3.: 18 Baltimore.GROCERIES Cordials assorted, do do.: I Wins lkttles-F encQ and German Patent, iri was confined to his bed and under treatment of& for inspection, say that the ingreclientEofwhich.4

Auortlrat Law. Claret Wine, do do. tampers, one gross! -ach. physician some six weeks,with neuralgia, of the they aro coiiiposed makes them the best pill in' .

at PALATKA, E. Fla., Madeira do do.' 1 I Flasks Quarts. pints, and half pints.DettiTohn'E whole >,t LU right side, leg, arm and face; his use for all diseases of the Liver;imparities ofthe ,
oFFICE \\lzHT 1'ort do do. -1, 2, 3, 4, and o 110ns.. I ml'ferin3'er indescribable, and the only cessation Blood &c. GEORGE-WOOD. D. .
I1LL raetite i in the Eastern Circuit. nu.siness4 Afy Sherry do do. I Candles-Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine. frow the most agonizing pain, was while r FCHOWLEyiUD.; "*

--! to their tare will be promptly attended \ Champagne in ha'lkcts.one dozen each Pickles *nd Sauces. i*- *: under the influence of opium or morphine. His v 1. BOWEN M.1.. .
-- February 19, 1S52.-tf: iparts Tts-Hyson; Imperial,and BlacKM doctor finally advised him to try the Mustang .
and pints Flog, Jieidseick Douche, 'Calhocn (Gcr Pnrcha e none bat those having the signature
and other bracdk jan *>-ly i HiK* Liniment; he did so, and in two days was able to of "J,N. HOliENSACK" as all others _

OSSIAN B. HART, The above comprise some of the finest Wines go about his business, perfectly cured. are worthless imitations.

.ATTORNEY AT LAW, OF imported. .'. h A VOICE PKoatniE_" soirrn. Agents wishinz new sncnlics. and all others
-- The.Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used ;must.addie..
---------- wishing to become Aeents the pro-
KEY WEST FLA., F. WAVER&CLLNa STATE OF FLORIDA.; For Sale. in my family, and on plantation, for a great j1et0r. J. N. IIOBENSACK, at his Laboratory

ecin the Pnited States and State Courts variety diseases requiring an external application No. 1-TO North Second street above Race PillL

Southern District of Florida. end bus never failed to give immediate relief ADELI'HIA '_
tf the PROPOSED AJIEJTDMEHTS THE CoNs rrrtio j:_ ,
Val aWc Sugar and Cotton and effect a permanent cure. I have cured
JJIy.tfeWe OF SAiD SPATE Sold by an Druggists And Merchants in the
several cases rbcomatism that had resisted the
= Adopted the alxttt General Aascxably.No. Land in Florida. skill of our best physicians. It has cured ring- United States. my26-y .

regnested to announce BEX- 1 [ .' I.] THE undersigned offers the following Val worms by a single application; cliillblains in a
i A X A CT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and hIe Property for sal, vis : few days; toothache immediately; frost bites Health for the States!!!! .

WUX D. VTBlGHT.as a candidate for CHIEF Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article. His SUGAR PLAN 1ATION, known as St. cuts, sores and corns, by A few applications; nervous -

Jitnci of the Supreme Court, at the election infate and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of Josephs, situated in St. Johns county, at the I headache cured entirely. in fact, 1 have
next the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this head of Matanzas River; in Graham Swamp'. u ed it for almost everything, and it has always *

State. containing 13IJO acres of which about KK are of : cured. I consider it the best medicine 1 have

SEC. 1. Ee tnacttd bv tIll Senate and Jloitsi rich bain, based on marl ; tAX are well cleared, i ever used WM. JOHNSON, "

Ii"We are authorized to announce of IltprueAtaticts of the State of Florida in General thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation Proprietor of the Marshall House. J#

unD J-HOGUE, as a candidate for the Assembly convened That the fourteenth ; about 55 acres of well re-supplied and I SAVaNNaH, June 21, 1s.12'A. '
Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of] plant cane. Oenlrally located on the plantation 'f.
At sf AJSOCUTE JCSTICE of the SHTEEME is K. Moore, Esq., one of the editors and pro "A. .
a superior Lngis with $ mill and
this State be
so altered and amended as to reads ugar "
C.zrefthiiState at the election in October work of ') of the Savannah (Ga.) Jiepublican,
follows,viz: "There shall be a Secretary 01! complete Sugar capable manufacturing of the 2-th Decctabet 1351
mt August 48'The State elected by the qualified voters of this Stateon 10 to 15 buds per day, and saw mill attached paper enables to gays
personal experience 03 recommend -
the first Monday in October, in the year 1&5G running two single &1I"JI. Also, finely situated I I the Mexican Mustang Liniment to the

friends of LESLIE A.TIIO JP. who shall continue in office during the term Gf ou pine land and commanding a view of the whole I public with cocCJence, as we have felt the good
four years; and he shall keep a fair register of the plantation, a comfortable two story and attic
SON at' one of the Associate Justices ofAe official acts and proceedings of the Governor and fiame dwelling house, containing ten rooms, andnecessary ,r effects upon a sprained ankle. which received
benefit from and has been
great one application, HOLLOWAY'S
Supreme Court, announce him to the voters '\ Q' shall, when required,lay jhe ss me,and all palters, out IJuilJingg. The works and build- cured bv occasionally n.sing it for a week.

rffteidiu*candidate for CuiEP JUSTICE of the minutes and vouchers relative thereto, before the ings.are all in complete order for immediate !'1r.J. Murphy, of the firm Murphy, Gait
occupation, Afco a fine stock of several hundred
*&i tt the approaching election in October New York Oysters General Assembly and shall perform such other bead mixed Durham, and common breeds of & Co of this city, says that by the use of the EXTRAORDINARY CORE OT LOSS OT HEALTH, I1f
duties as may be required of him by law : l'ro-j *
he has received benefit
tot CLAMS, Lobsters and Salmon : just received oidrd. That the term of office of the Secretary of cattle, aDd a stock of about 8) full breed West MustangLiuimcut more DL.oaDEItEDSTOMACH., INDIGESTION AND
than from other be has and
F. WAVER & CO. India Sheep, which will be sold with the plantation any remedy used TO mil
State to be elected under this amended Constitution DETERMINATION Of THE BLOOD ;
feels better than he has for the last six
JJ-Tbe Friends of Col. BYRD M. Aug IS. shall not commence until tho term of office if desired or separately. Facts speak for themselves comments are unne HEAD.
rf the officer now elected shall expire. ALSO.
KiESON",of cksonviDc, announce him as aeuite IRAM SMITH'S FLOUR-Just received The tract known as "St. Ann," containing eessary-lalton Times, F.fb.IO. Letter Mr. John of
II SEC. 2. Dt it further enacted,'Ibjt the twenty Ill/llJlWlti.m.-Thii is to that wife Copy tf a from Lloyd,
fur the office of AseaciATE J CbTtCE of by F. W A YIt k CO. third Clause of the third Article of the Constitu- C75 acres mostly of high heavy hammock and was afflicted with severe chronic certify rheumatism.She my -Erir-tmi, near JLtrfech, Merionethshire.

fc Ssprtme Court of the State, at the approach- Aug M.Fresh. tion of this State be so altered and amended a prairie, having a rich,soil from thee to six feet- had suffered for month with the most excruciating To Professor BoLtovrAY .. -
to read as follows, viz: A State Treasurer and in depth, based on marl. : -
I pains-Hihe had tried rheumatic compr ofinforming
Sre 1 avail myself of.the first opportunity
Groceries and Provisions. ball* ALSO, :
of Public Accounts bo electedby
Comptroller unl-i, reliefs, and almost everything reeom- .
> that for long period 1 was -
The two tracts known respectively as "Mala you very
electors of this State the first
lie Friends of CHAULES II. DU- Lie qualified on C.. *' .. L "lUiU Vet-t each I!I i raen.ltf.l for this dreadful disrate. None of them afflicted with a dangerous giddiness acdireqeeiitswimminguin ..'
BLS ami Kf ) M. Ft.- 6t Var0S4 M"ol.r ei, t-.t.... 41.. 7c.u. lbim,aid vrcry *, adjoining relieved her the least. She
PiNT ot Gidsdcn county, Fhrida, announce I 130 choice brand 1 cask Scotch Ale I do II two years thereafter. 1 other, and being at the head and on the Eastside I! cent bottle of p&insia Mustang Liniment, and used it one cured fifty I' the nevi,attended l>y loss of appetite -
London Porter, 7 baskets Champagne, 11 bbls SEC. 3. lie it further enacted That the thlr? (If Matanzas Hirer, and containing in all j, disordered stomach and,cneral3y impaired -
a c4uiliUt fur "ASSOCIATE JUSTICE" of her entirely. fbl" is now perfectly well, and re-
Mackerel boxes Candles, 2 hf bbls R M. Bwf, tccnth Clauscnftbe fifth Article ofthe Constitution 175 acres. The Southern half of Mala Compra, j I| commended health Every means had ailed to giveme
*Supreme yen of the State,at the Approach- 1 case Pickles, 1 bbl Vinegar, 7 boxes Wine,1 bbl of this State be so altered and amended ag which is of heavy hammock and t. Ann, lie I Liuimeat all of her friends JAS.to use L. the OLIVER.Mustang any permanent relief,and at length it becameo

it Section ia October next.authorized. Fluid. 1 do Campbene I do Oil, 1 case Scgars, to read as follows viz i The Clerk of the Supreme immediately contiguous to St. Joseph, and Savannah, Jan. 1, Id52.AS alarming that 1 was really'.afraid of going
1 hf bbl Split Peas, 10 sacks Salt, 6 bbls Crackers I Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery.shall might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus about without an attendant. In this melancholy

t2'\\'e are to announce the 2 bbi Sugar, &:. &s. &:.; just received per i be elected by the qualified electors of this forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards ECEO FROM THE ""T. condition 1 waited personally upon Mr.Hughes
Sehrs. Jos. Grice, Ilcndrick Hudson and Brig State, on the first Monday in October the year of 20tiO acres. The balance of these two Chemist flarlech, for the purpose of consultinghim
Mrs. B. of St Louis
B*A G. SCMMES, as a candidate for re- Olive,and for sale by 1856 and every 'fonr years thereafter, and the tracts is of Live Oak hammock. bawd on closely was nursing a young as to what 1 had better do. He kindly recommended
child, one nipple became sore, and the breast
iaiffl to the office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the Aug IS F. WAVER & CO. Clerks ofthe Circuit Courts shall be elected by concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture inflamed and caked hard.very A few plications of your Pills. I tried them without delay
and of the first fur Sea Liland Cotton I af and after taking them for a short, time, I
Supreme Court,at the next October election. qualified; electors, in such manner as is now qualitv the Mustang Liniment healed the nipple, re I I to bear testimony to'their wonderful'
and Tobacco be am happy
Choice Segrara or hereafter be prescribed by law. They might easily brought inflammation
Jnlj7. may i movedthe hardness and from the I restored to health
the following superior br3.nds-La TlagneU SEC. 4. Beit further enirted. That the six,under cultivation having been in bears passed breast and she had no further trouble with it. am now perfect You
to usual duties. are
OF teenth Clause ofthe fifth Article of the Constitution -cultivated in Cotton of which the yield was resume my .'
Ambrosea and LarCandsd receivedby oftliis have
Numerous to
; just I cases description come
i'"The Fnemls to this letter in
of the Hon. THOMAS F. WAVKlt & CO. of this State be, and the same is hereby su frequently one bale of ginned cotton to the.acre. oar knowledge, and it is always effectuaL leffieacy. publish anyway you

DOrGL\5. (ktc J ndge of the Eastern Circuit,) Aug 15. altered and amended as'to read as follows, viz There is on the place a large number'of sweet Mrs. hughes of St. Louts, had a very severe sir proper. obedient servant .
There shall be Gencrnl for the State. orange, p ncgranatcfig, lemon and peach ,your --
IUoImte him as a candidate for the office of Attorney attack iutiammatory rheumatism in her shoulders (S ) JOHN" LLOYD. _
l Land and Stock for who shall reside at the seat of Government ; it trees, and an extensive sour orange grove, alII i I arms, an.l back. After suiTxring the most .. .- -
*' Improvements J 6th 1S52. ;
of the Supreme Court at thetioin shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the of which, with proper attention, can 00 easily excruciating pains for some ten days,without obtaining lIne

October next July 2 Sale. General Assembly and upon the passage of any'restored to their once promising condition. any relief from her physicians: she was MIRACULOUS CrE DROpSY.

cnclcrMgned offers for Bale about three act, to draft and submit to the General Assembly All ofthe above tract. arc situated between I I'I induced to try the Mustang Liniment. Two fifty Extract tf antler, from Edward Rmcley
THE one or two mllas; from the ocean, of healthy .
cIRCUIT at the same session, all necessary forms of bottles effected
COURT JUDGESIHP.Tte and fifty acres of Land, about one proceedings pent a perfect euro. ila
hundred acres of which are cleared and under under such laws, which when approved. locution, and in convenient commuiacittion with j i| The Mustang Liniment is put up in 25c, 5fc 'Eaq of India tt'aUt. ago, April

HonAVILLIAM A. FORWARD, cultivation.the whole being good cotton corn or shall be published therewith, and he shall per the City.of SL Augustine, being- about thirty I,! and$1 bottles. The : hot ties contain a* much 81., 1852. -

H rf the Circuit Court for the Eastern J adiIi cane land. It is situated on the north prong of form such other duties as may be prescribed by wiles to the South by land and about the sumo I I as three of the 2Tc bottles. The. 1 botths contain To Profeswr lloLtowAi: *: *

Circuit of Florida, will be voted for by the Black Creek, three miles horn Middleburg" Duval law; he shall be elected by the qualified elector* distance by water, .by the Matanzas lliver. as much as eight of the 23c bottles. The $1 DEAR SIR: 1 deem it a duty I owe to you and

t&ia Florida. The improvements on it are a of this State oa the first Monday of October, in ALSO, bottles bold one pint, they are cheapest. the tnblic at large to inform you of a most miraculous
laid Circuit to fill the same omce which good Fence, a Dwelling aud other bouses, and a tho year IHX, and every four years -thereafter, The tract known as ''e\1" Hope" lying 1C A. UllAGCr & Co., sol- proprietors of the I recovery from thai dreadful disease,

**,holds,at the election in October neiL tine Peach Orchard with over two hundred bearing but may be removed by the Governor on the ad miles by water North of St. Augustine u.nd.be- Mexican Mustang Liniment, Principal offices, D&ol'sy.and which under God was affected by

J.J: Trees. There are also on the place about dress two-thirds,of the two Houses of the General -: tween the North river and'Guana creek. both I 304 Uroiulway, X. Y.,and corner Third and Market your valuable Pills. I was tapped five time jr '

flay head of slock hoi All nf which will Im Assembly, and .han receive fur his services. !I navagable for large boats. It contains 573 acres I, streets, fct. Louis, .M o. within eight months and skilfully treated 1.1'11'01 r '
-We are authorized to announce sold reasonable- terms on-application-to --I a compensation to be fixed by law: Proeiuea.''I of hammock and pine land and iv well situatedand OLIVER T. BIIAOG medical practiouers but could not get cured nn-.

S. B. THOMPSON, That the term of office of the Attorney Generalto adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock General>; !* fr the South, til I had recourse to.yonr remedy, and notwithstanding -
taEs M. BAKER as candidate for the Middleburg: t be elected under this amended Constitution 1 raising. -304 Jiroadway, N. Y. all I had undergone this tuiraeuloo

< Solicitor for the Eastern Judicial Cir- Or to G. C. T1FPBX3 shall not commence until tho term of office of the AT. medicine cured me in the coure of six weeks.
til\he State of Florida, at the approaching Aug. 18. on the premises. officer now elected shall expire. 9200 acres unimproved land.at Salt Spring." D. MrCUEN, & BOUSE (Signed) EDWARD 11OWLEY. w
SEC. 5. EC it fuftlur enacted, That said elections at the north end tot f.ke George, on i be :t. A.1t. HEED, MORRIS -are appointed STOMACH
sale of the celebrated
October next. Persons indebted shall be conducted and the returns thereof:Johns river,immediately west of fc>rayton island. Ar nts for'the
to Andrew Fnllwood
in Jac).onvi!! Alsofrrsale YIOLEJJT HEADACHES.
Litthnent AND
ALL Mutaug = Columbia county, Florida-deceased made in the manner now preKcribed, or which The track embraces "rfalt Spring" and "Salt I '
b-Tbe art requested to make immediate payment to the, may hereafter be prescribed by law, for the .elec Spring creek," which nwirly eqnilly divides it I I Vy Dru..igts and Storekeepers in every village ,

Friends of ELIJAH BL1TCII re.illy undersigned ; and all persons having demands tion of member to Congress from this State through its whole length, and is navigable from 'i in tbeLnited.States. Extract of a Letter from Mr. tot Gotnn-

announce him AS a candidate for the 1 against raid estate, are required to present them I' and it shall be the duty of lobe Governor to issue; the river for boats of thre? or four feet draught.The 1' march 24.' Chemist if Clifton, war Bristol, -dated

lIser County CommisEiouer for Duval county duly proven within time required by law; otherwise commissions,under the seal of the State,' to the. land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the first : 13tli. lSi2.- !i.'t .

cGat October this notice will be plead in bar.AliTIIUR. persons receiving the highest number- of rotes for, quality entirely free from Palmetto of any kind, .: S500.-CTOLENGE: July .
election. .J. T. WKIGIIT,Sheriff ; the said several offices. and thoazht to be good cotton land, together with To Professor IIoiuWATi: 1"t __ .
SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY.-Passed the House some considerable bodies'.of cabbage and live DEAS SIK: 1 am requested by"a lady aame4

bth friends of ISAAC SWART present Ex-officio.Administrator.18-6m of Representatives by the Constitutional majority, oak hammock,and prairie contiguous! to the creek.The Thomas,just arrived trunt the West lodies'ttf
An-. 15th :
eaia candidate for JCOQE or PHOBATE Alligator, ang January 3, 1853. Passed the Senate by the location also embrace facilities for constructing IIOBES4CK'SWORM-l SYRUP.-,. acquaint you that for a period of eiutyear her'

tal Constitutional majority, January C,1S5. one -of the largest and most practicable water : founded Scientific ,eland family suffered from continued bad health.
County at the ensuing election in OcV Brought to Jail. ;An 'article on. principles, arising from disorders of the liver and itomaeh.ioUigesti .>
1tMXL powers, as, independent of the flow' from the- compounded with purely vegetable substances .
NEGRO MAN.who) says his name is S AM, OFFICE OF SECRET.VRY OF STATE 1CafJiloi. \spring, the waters of lakeChereheil; about four being perfectly sofa when taken, and has never i .*'loss of apetitelefltbeadachez,

*> A the property Joseph Chain of Leon TaUahauee. March 2*}. 1::13. S _miles _in__lcn__. hICE art authorized to announce JOHN W. county. lIe i. six feet 2 inches high" I, CHARLES W. DOWSING, Secretary of State I[ made available by a canal of about IS ehains ,iff ;;;;;---011,1. can never exttt when this remedy tor wntcn site coniuicu iu.beneficial wvn ruuneui result uiea at but in

w a candidate for Judge of Probate of The owner is requested to come forward,prove (or the State Florida, do hereby. certify the length yielding an inexhaustible supply with Ii onee used, from the fact that it not only destroys the colony, without any i.valuable PiUswJ; '..T tot

!II'Il5sgy,at the ensuing election in October property, pay charges, and take him way. foregoing to be a true and'eorrect copy of the a fall of at least IS feet. The spring f itself, the them', but removes all the. slime and mucus she had recourse lima-w-reur effected .
short so a change
in great
T. G. MYERS, original on file in this office. water, of which has been'analysed by Prof. which rem in. a very
-_ Jane 23d. Aug. 18 Jailor D. C. In Testimony Whereof, 'I have hereunto CheltonofSew York and shown to be of5.val may .for the better, that ahe continued them,and the J 1-

T. affixed my signature i and the Great Seal of uable medioiial properties,'is of.capacious di- _, TUK TAPE worm-' wkole family were restored to health and strength, JI
the Voter or Daral Cnntr. I This is the meet'difficnlt one to destroyof Further, shedesires me to say that the has wit*.
the worn -
Brought to Jail. j 31; the State of Florid Done,at Capitol ncnaioDs, being M yards diameter"aftd nioutdigily '
tkenit&n ctI induce me again to announce 1 2 in the City Tallahassee on Monday, the and picturesquely located.-: .Its position all that inhabit the human body. It grows toAD nessed their extraordinary virtues ia thos eon

***I*?..ai a candidate re-election ta the A negro man, says his name Sandy; About 2h day March-,- A. IJ.l3S3"and seven in a commerciAl or.rieultllral point f.Tiew. almost"indefinite length, and becoming so plaints incidental to children particularly in .
thirty old, about five feef five inches fastened in the intestines and stomach cases of measles and scarletina Laving effected
CIee ...jm. years ty-seventh year of the Independence of, the. I with its advantages ia constructing a boat canal coiled and
fl Jn K of PROBATE of your Co mty. high (black;) Mrs be,belongs' to RichardMiller j United. "States of America.'- :of only a few mdes across to the UniCef Mexico as to produce Fttt, St. nt"I' Dance $r., which roaitive cures of those diseases with no other rotedy. *-

"Ppwt is mpectfnlly solicited Atacbua county" Florida. ,C W.' DOWNING;' must before very long, drawthe attention of the is.the cause of many going to the grave not believing (Signed) S GOWEN. .

FELIX LIVINGSTON The owner is requested to come forward,.prove Setretary of Sldtt. planters and*merchantsof tbatfertileregion.Ai ; that these complaints have their origin These celebrated Pill are winder f afty'ejfi*
and'Ang take her aw... T *' ihe ffa.pt Warm; consequently they do not '
property pay charges -_ .." 't v from carious in following complainlsr _
tHJEOttCE J X., G.11YEHS. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Two tracts containing 60UO acres on the west use the proper".medicines for their disease. To Dropsy Inflammatloa

STOSE preseati bii name as 9th,1833. ._ ,. Jldlor DCBrought and 4300) oa the east side of. St., Johns liver tboewh.are afflicted with.this awful foo to Ague Dysentery Jaundice
'IIIaiaateror CLERfOF TIlE CIRCUITCRT1 JaiL ILVEHAB SILVER FITllAliE.;: abont 12 miles above Palatka and having a Malth.1 recommend the ne of my IFonn Byf'ffp Bilious eomplts Erysipelas Liver eompl"tt "f
to to be taken
Pills.The indo
ad LUlU Syrup
of miles in. extent.
eaeh about.iQ.ur ,
,Of Dun County at the October'eleej LV. FLO-KJDA and eUewbere.in river front Blotches on skin Female irrejraLombag*
ttCUABlt -
> is Lydia. about of the rivet U i of two. table:spoonfuhv three times a day; s "f13o
A woman says her name P That on the West mostly'of'pineand lariliei Fever of all .
negro elcompru fColio
jtU iruUnce of several friend the vicinity gaTannah, are inormd" take frem ytueightof ayUrerPiflsr, to ; .
old about fivejeetsirinches landsV *embraces theaite of the then '
twenty-five years is swamp Fits kinds ,
subscriber has 'hand and
Api ttatthe
71.\ on 'V follow- ",
By strictly "
and orm.
James store'of Panton & Bislodge pass tpo
Indian trading
black ) she belongs linglisb Rheumatism CousttpaaiOD'
high ; .ar. receiving from the best and Most respectable 1 1Tape Piles
constantly '' the most obstinate eases of .
T. Pflesi Marion tount),'Florid ; manufacturers in the-eonntry rich DIAMOND -Co., now known as"IJsmbly's old store which lAg hoee- Gout Retention of taetoweto?_. 'If

t ... v tr. Daral Connfy.tayielf The owner is requested to come forward prove. KUBV PEARL and other.-JEWEIf is I its beginning corner,and runs**'thence'i uUt.to W .direetii. eared.: WORW. J1f Consumption the Urine" Headaeh -** '

1&I1Ae1lD C"IIow-eii- property pay rga aDd Lake .h nway' : Silver Ware 'such as ie"wjdow Pangreesold fields: thence west and Scrofula or' Debility Indigestion
to my : R V. and sterling nmany found in the amaUinte.
If Danl G..J.IYERS. DL:EKT; and orthto a point'opposite the'bJginninz i JTh.e This jrotm-is Kiug'. ,1')1 Sure Threats ..toao&GcavsSeeondary7inpTiO .
County.u a' adidate the tines and is the worm most common children; .
Ang9thlSS3. : JaDorD.C. SPOONS and FORKS .on th(eastside of'the river Ilea between Doulomremx TBraoors I
TEA jajnoi MitLely. onlined:to-thertf,las adults
the kiowa as lI1ralo Bluff"and"Mount yet, -
placet Ulcers .V..realM" 'Of -

( f- t PlATES and WAITERS toms
to ,Jail. SILVER Tucker." Besides large body of wall timbered" have frequently been known to snfler with them.ne. "
I..L.C.utlP1e D mjttlt Jt to ... Brought > TEA SETTS,CASTORS CUPS and promlneat 'while affected Worms of all Weaknesafloes. t >
-o,4atl.te u. best or my abiUtiea.' Afro xa39.'.aap'2n.. name is Miogo aboni SAUCERS. ,.GOBLETS, nd pine several lands, it well con wooded tains ome:bluffs excellent and.eligible' hammock.rites;. with this worm ,I pe hardness and fullness of the kinds, .frerm whatrrer"ea; ..

f/GAItNI& A. thirty yeaw old,fl v> feet eight(Inches high, TUMBLERS, PAP'BOATS,' for residencesBy arecent survey tb." west belly slimy stoob,looseness of the bowels, pick- Sold at,the esfablrtiment or Professor HeCaf -

----------f---_ (black;} says he beloag j.Q.Jam! PileI.f Marion SOUP sted SAUCE LADLES, net has been reduced to '2SW acres,and the one I ng at the nose, a blueish streak under the eyes. way an Strand ( wremDJe Bar) London! \

:!: Frieadj of UKlAII BOWDEN-pre- COrWara' PIE, ICE CREAM,CAKK and oa the earl side ofthe river to 3JO& It Is believed, &e: 'If you or-any of your ehildren have any of and by all.-venders o( Medicines throughout thaUuitedStatciiflbO1e.at371C.,87dlO ''
The owner Is requested lo cone J>TOT FRUIT KNIVES however that tho deficit will be made ": the above sympte ,UQueNSA.CK:8 WORM "
&I a candidate for .he ice of property pay charges and take him awar. 1: SILVER DESERT. PICKLE- .Propoials for purchase win"be received by A. SYRUP can safely be depended upon.. By using eaeh Wttolesale by .t"priIIetpal.Dna: cone*' -,

JJUV'-L COUNXYih.e: 'T. G. yiicjis, BUTTER,KMVJS ,0 W.W&1ker..EeQ.pf .OHeaneJehn 'Peek.Jsq. tt yon have a eurtain,JW vand speedy rare;*and iathe Union,and by Messrs.A.U.fc J D-Saads,'. i "

Avg 9tb,1S3 ? < JaUo/D..Yo, NAPKIN! gs- SALT. CELLARS and of New York Benjamin; Lavender l q. if after nslnr it according to the direeti us.he ''.. nn:" .

isle tie- I- ___ F1tU1TKNWS.< of Baltimore, George AVashiegtoa, >Esq. of St -patieat lR>t rertarei ta"health,and th.irorwitoproughfy : CtJ-Tbere "It a ;eoa iderable.- raving "t, t.C. .
Forks an.1 .L dlespCkeaSeUCastorsTvVaitert "*radicied from the system,you can the larger sites. : .
i the ,
i JVotice.SIX'TTEEKSfrom Last Florida or tqyselfat latter
1 I' :" .. _. ; Snuffers Trays. Augustine-lacei postage, PAId s. _: :'.',. .* .rest assured there is BO remedy beyond the grave. : .;Directions Jor,- guidance of patnetja
mu .' Please &nDOtmee the t>am .of i date ,I ahall appTy.tothe Handle Knives;and .silver platedon ,. JOSEPlI't" :IIEItNADEz-- -, :As for fail,there ia no,.sueh word a* foil, with every disorder ar%: xed-eaeh box .

ftTM3 er MiiLAY. u a..candidate /or the for Columbia conn SeeUTable and Desert Kt.. fine twenty- -Angnrtbe,March_ 8th,'ISO.. : .nJatlT-Hf.. s. ;v. i those"who we JIlT IForm Syrup.ASCAHIDES .For sale in Jacksonville fcy T .McNlLt.A.\-' .. .
,and common c "
of' administration the estate pr Mantle.Clocks- Apethecaryjialt. 'e '
&z oa rb1e ;
A.eaot letters ,. TVovtna.
jttd,Collector.tor Devil tyler we day or m tl Thread .. ',, 5fsk& .' %
: tu ReubeA Usteen. late of Mid county. d8C6le Brass Clocks of every 4eKJriptioBr to which the human systenVisllable JuZ-r -" 3 _
; electi01t These worms __ ._ _: <
in October next and :..EZEKIEL.WE.EKS.jflatoiColnmbia Gold fc Saver.Lever and Lepine Watches' ,1 cLIN1r-JIOE:. ,are the most troaWesome of all othersThey __: : r.. ocT : "

MANY VOTERS.aWB ., Co.,Aug.1,1853. IISIX Fine enimellud Hunting Watches .- generally-to be found in, the rectum,and if f1O3I>lTIOa '*.* JUUratlv. P.Wd.i.," :I, .-.

.GtAA fc Saver Watb-halui,8e&lS&" Keys( ''TRQ..snBSC1U8 e allowed to remain, from the irritation they pro- : fat 110"'_ -
CeI-1 -: ..Noti: \ .p ; t Gold. -Silver ThimbW,, i .: haring'neentl.1 ,openetithebtIiouewoul4re4PecU! t-rt dace lay tbejonDdMiOW:1: : Ti0U disorders pewdergbsY&eewtxteiivlyUs4 --
C4t..tT; Gold k i1vet SpeetcIeEgodger' : with generafsatisfaitien, tot thepurpose of Inpiorinsths -
10,. such as inflammation of the bowels and other derangements > '
a "WEEKS from.date :I shall.apply to the .Fine rocket CntleryiHaxors ; eunditionisthOTiees when +
t.thorireio GEORGE '' licit tW patronage of the public. ; of the stomach :Th best and safest t.
.t : : lloa.Judge of,Brobate j-Colombia county and Rator Strop': this time some five to six rooms unoccupied, Medieine that !&canj forw-electiw to r administration the ,istate ofW..i1liamA .. -Card Cases:,Port Monaies, &cParUeBlar are at manifort Us '. -
for Vtters> ". several of the suM with are plaeW. *n.'He.ue WO11M SVUUP- .Such Is'the> .stonUhm* requires but short time /*

IUIDGK 'Gr hohn of OIIIIbI& ,. -titoen" Jate BhIUAMIN100DY..AlUg&toT of said county' .aeeeucta.- Ueirtloa'll be given.to J1epaJrtng'' ii within eDO hundred and fiHyyar4 of fob Post, power ef;my. Medicioes over ,-Isazrada,that 1 : live action in the Improved spirit sad appearance"g ."
BC.ba ober. I' WatehesiCJocki p.n'leweJi7.- Office and wharves.:' .The.undersigned is;Agent' defy any one to produf a case where my Worm of the animal, aad nay be. saftly wed bothi.. ;

V Colnmbl Gd.tJIg.1.1m. 11 From blueD:experience and cxtenilefaclfl-for{n; 8..',foeroriCO&-UUWQ-hOt* Syrup aad Liw'Pill* are.YeeftwnneodedXobe.nod.lhat prereatative',aad cave"for'aaAny..eomplaiaU U -'j -i.".- ..

,. ttes.M conMintlyJaror believes be irlfluatlsf.likWliOiay -'. Usek?UIiaeJo both leaving tt OIaaozal.weekly. .they,win not>enro*; All that is moee wJiloh.&heJ":are subJeelssoeb.s&Bott4. &Uv&k :: .
;' ; lADsJWnwi Mtt with their-patrouageSI For rartbetle apply at iti\oees. tt.11fJ sari oseit Syrup'ja'MCOfdaDeewiUl4l'- bound .Lost of Appetite; Yellow water,D5Um-. '. .

J "' ,.' ,pri ITO a1 low:d tina ai''. 1e,, .' ; e1te 1illCGD aDd Nwi'JAMES t.t rectioni On each bottle j and fa WM ft entfe mrfto per fce.:* .*."Refcrtoee 1o'&ut1eaeDybo.. havs. 'ae ,',> ." -

OTAy mLICj .. K ps.-7m-.r-, general as-at t other ett&WiI1uneDU the.Sta\e. ,.: '}. & ASKE\V.y...":, gaUve required in ord r.t. allay the irritation tlteditwUJa..ucetSeu1JepftD.-- "" : ," ': ..

Ji : 1OrUDeD'Orc, ;-" 4; 'tv ,&W1UI1or.-Jlo" "1 Market-Square-GV'. -. 1..JJUt'81.SIL' tf ih8f,'produce., tie' Liver,1'tllsbtbeir. symj. rrsilob, TSMcI4? .

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THE;FLORIDA:: REPUBLICAN- J n/ dke'f Coutt.'tt.D. .itricr JflQ l a.;' $ Jf': rakeMou iX 1t"%"; Vt"$e'rpYippflS.' nr R't ':-) 'i: t: ..: 't.1etqH.rJ' '. "A'HINeT IA 'r r -

., ,. i' iD'ivl1TarriD4i.: T" f ,"' HoriddfJune'. 30 ,'1853"; L I *. ,( EfttealiWSA sp.ti .,."Hft'CIVEDicbr.Iamei House,; sad_***.ch' : '_.: { i : r."- /- Tir"O&GAi1--:! _, _,

: DavsUl F ttAttachmeut.; :ING.havJagbeeapurchaSsd; by DrA. ; r-J- W .,tt
Jacksonville! C* tr. rCOL .S.SPXSE,ha*reroraedbcr regular Eotbji&Mn'NewYorki _- ,I

U ilB U S p R E W.. Thomas: IVerftt fc Co'1'Sun*;,,?.tVgtfJohnlllThornton O 'np.'fro; DUaetlonYiUI t*Lake:MdcrO loathing ..' :Ten bbJfnelr-Mes4. .Pork? f7 .1. :';, ....n 'rut.
One thousand lb.. new Sides; J : titWOt Ar-
at the intermediate, 0'1 {t
Three.Dollars per-annum., payable :S Damage. d..t flX: Do"3* doc Mo new Shoulders;
"08 ordering the Paper.Subscriptions She will leave Jacksonville,every 8atnrdiT< Eight hundred Ik;choice Hams .. .., attend. to 'CI&lIaI1Mtott'.Co&"' il
,If not paid1 before the expiration mIl E'defendant:anff'aU iberiiu.ere5tid are morning at.8 o'clOck' arriving:"at Palatka same fr'Iv. hundred Ibs.LeafLard/ ; .,.. v :,l>THrttferr ntaM1Wuht>o-
JL notified of the'. of the '. ;
Institution erenuig.
ef hereby e
the *. -
Advertisements year,are chanced wiU be S inserted at the followingMeat above suit.by aLtaehment.and.to appearandpleadto LcyeP.3&tk&eviry >Monday: rnonlegst7o'clock \. :.. ,.t-Aio" S .;.; '';'{ '<}. '.:" j- to--aU 1'e&IOII&b".11I-.a..4.
I the V.Ion.whohave had
for the deelara&lonllled therein within the for Enterprise arriving'at Enterprisethe 8ftn aew'Cbeea/t; .'. ." .111
One Dollar (onw. !lines) ; j
per square ,. ", Three boxes P.App Cheese.'Forsalbr -iI- r. he relies for raooest .his r.
law. I11frU1
the first and Seventy-Five Cents for every snbso- time Prescribed, same III" [ : ,. _
., roatiae of busin mWA1UGPMay ,
"ROUT. fj. S. Man WAVES k CO. -
.tunt taMrtto.. To yearlv Advertisers a liberal YOUNGBLOOO,,. The Sarah Spaldiag Carrie* the C ., -._.' +
iaeooat will be made. AU transient AdverUaeaunta -, Justice of the Peace.JnneSOth '. from Palatka Entcrprfe*.' Shf will be so over H I Jacksonville.July 23, ISO.. 28 APOTHECARYand HALL r .185ILi .....
A. D., ISZ.A.43i; I hauled as to bela exetlleBt candiHoo forth* ;
(except by persons n*Ting a running me count .. eerric and the aeoommodatioa of paoengen' L Miss' .Pork. z!b; .GItIf. ). .
with the.' office)must be paid for previous- to publi- --- SherUFiTSale.BY I ;' : BISBKE fe CAKOVAVARE Tea:Depository., _1 '

Mioa.Persons frO a' Ja5 ArIi2.-t! !. 4"V D.-\RB.XL5ju' received and for sale by :alcannnft L'
virtue bf execution issued '
I Jack.-
an .
at distance N.. Or. lew..u..as.
a can govern their remitiaaeec of DuvaliKillcxpore -- A\\ 5. N, WILLIAMS.Jvty9. .Byrne's .
for tico's Court In end for the eonnty .Ayll.. ... PE13YZ'WflA'WASHINGTONCITy1
advertlring by following rates 23 *ftl Ui.
One square (twelve liaes) published months at public cntcry,in front of the I ]? REDUCE ._. m
-E--4.----, -
Conrt Ilonfcc door In the town of Jacksonville .
.1' -' .. .- '19 I- is kept constantly on hand Large
Two-squares for six months; ?. '15 on the first Mond.yln September next wuhin : Lime! Lime! Wbere'.. well selected aaeortaieat of .1.atO fI1Ui of'
tho usual hours of cale. the following property, iron FH MELPHU '
Legal and other Basineu Card,per an. 10 I Bbls fatten Lime Brig Rete- DRUGS and CHEMICALS *PJ.1VMAN8. -
Kotieee to debtor to wit: A house and lot,being lot No.', in 'I 30' .0 per
and creditors, 7 T. Hen on r"d rlallol.nCleaTed aDd for M1e warranted fresh and Instantaneous.LtcriY
of 1I
S3 bounded received late arrivals
Application for letters of administration, 6 square east by property I United States 'Mail*Mific. b? ; A. M. RE D. jest by t'.artmt
bouth of T. DougUM west Th.
derson by Abo PERFlMERrCO.YBH owfmftMAsaeoiie
Notice of Application for dismissal Adminitrator. property genciae 'fr-Dr, *
., .as by property of C. Dibble. and .aorth by Monrce I I jyII BRUSHES SOAPS, LAMPS, BURNING ,

For announcement of candidatwfor office$10. street-levied oa as the property of 6ia.son S. Flt.iIadtlpidtJ aftd: ShunncA Steam tNiw -.- .FLUID JMJ. Jw., 'which.will be. sold low -for For sale by -
and C. Tyler his wife,to satisfy I Fresh Groceries.RCSH JOHN JoL
K.announcement will be mr.de csleas ihe sann Tyler Margaret 'I tion"Company."IE I cat PAY .
.. said exception in tavor of Theo.1or* O. Myew.j I I Co;an try :orders solicited and punctually attended .Jacksonville
aeeompaaied witk Iic1lJI .f1
the emetic charged. II. 8M1TH .new and splendid RCSH of Grxeriee and Previ In-, with -
Editorial: acMe-s for private ben.!: will 1;! ,I Sheriff Dovat CC ..,! ; wb'nl eteam.ha"STATE also iztt received and for sate by to. Physician's. prescriptions pat ap ,Gu<& ,'. LIQuID HAIK-DTK Uthe ni,
harged-doable.the rate of advertising. 'h 1853.; y.Augubi I -.-_.- OF GEORGIA jy U. A. 3!. HEID.F care now used:in thia cit7. -GeaUem >

Religious Obltaary and Marri,?notices,will tc egisier.Capt.WALTER COLLINS' WATERAND, SYRUPS j Whiskers or Mostaehioe o f a &nJ:or.rJ

l e published gratis.CemmaaicaMou. \ BANKS, GOULD & 00., I leave Savannah as foUowe: UNDERSIGNED keep e,staptly on of| my own manufacture,in their highest state ofufedion.'fA I I hue,wishing attend Ball or Par '.
mvit be p.,'paid. I WeJnisdar, July IS. Wednei&y, Set. I. TlJE a frll rapply of rA3/ILY G HOCKMIRS their season to be"had at the I.Tt ear In a suit of blaek. by devoting -:4t

--- ,--_.. __._4.-____ --- -' ---.- PuMiehthe following. Tain-I: J July 1. October AID PROTlSIOilS, cosAstbif parti/ coGoeben : _ _ tionalminuto to their. toilet,la u l &lit. .,
CHARLESTON A8VEnTISEtiEirn: LAW BOOKS. I Allgad 10. October W. cf Batter, CUe, Lard, Hart celebrated article which beads this n.tj. ,

_- -_- fohnson't Ctisce, 3 rots., 'Jd ed., ..wit.a; I Aoga 2- November 1. Bacon Sicks sad SheaUen.Floor TEAS. tPAi14dtlpAla.Ld .
OLIVER i'FAHTJOJJ ,,' large number of additional cajrs; I I Ssptcnbtr T. Novemksr IS. Sugar of all kinds,Coir**, Teas Soda Ratter.Sugar Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company.I 'm,19
Ibstoa Pilot Bread Tea of direct importation and of
and crackers
This Ship has beta built With tl., atrietert regard -
Wholesale Grocery, Liquor, tad L Cftines' Keports 3d ed. 3 rols; Anntn's Ni!i iPrJus I to the safety and comfort of aer passenger, Ma iraJ, H m k,! Syrup, Molasuxr, rietiee from j to I Ib.in a packa j,all warranted Watches, Gold andSllverWaS"ZM

Proviiioa Dealer Reports, iJ ed., with many Jitional I and her accommodation are uuarpaseal by soy Bean; Potatoes Tobseco.Sp. Segan,:Dd' and at extremely low price iz nxxxBR "

No. 189 EAST HAT, ClIA.RlESTOlI ca!; Johnson's Reports, 10 rob., the latest I steamship elt the eoi. ALSO: 0 COUNTUY DEALERS supplied, BTOXXXIX0 & co,
constantly on hand a well teheed stock and best edition; Covren'a New York I Cabin Passage from Scv&anita to Ph% > Brandy Fruit?,Preserves. Prunes Sardine S ACCOMPAXIIp WITH CAS3. WATCH WHOLESALE

HAS Liquors and Groceries, which be offers Report, 9 fols.; Wendell's New York Reports I delphia. .. |20 I Cl na. Brandy, Peach do.. Scotch .Whukv.Mononr Garden& Flower Seeds, Plants,fcc No.227 Baltimore JEWELRY,S,E.cor.HOUSEl of
9 .heU Holland Gin Madeira : Cbrlea.-
Steerage, Whiskey, ,
for sale low Orders from I
and promptly attended to. country carefully 23 TO!*.: HIIl'8> N. Y. Reports, 7 C. A. L.LAMAI4nt la Btv,saah.HERON .. Wine Cherry do., Port do.,,Claret do., T. l\1c lILLAN'. PORTERS$English and SIt,W

_-Term.-C.\Su OR CITY ACCEPTANCE. ols ; Demo's N. Y. Report, 5 "011'.; Bar-1 MARTIN, ChamfM:M,Absyathe. my26-y B. and tools of every{ description,.'Watch nT

April 7-y hour's Law Reporif, 13 rols., N. Y.; Corn Agent fa P i1adelpbia.Feb. ALSO: Makers and Manufacturers fiae"GoldJ,,,i.,

stock's Reports 1 Tot!., N. Y.; Sandford's I t 24-tf _______ Dry Goods. Shoes Blankets, Jto. A Great Bargain. We eafl the attention of Southern:and WS.
GEO. ABBOTT & 00. vols. John >II Which I will.!!low for cash cr country pro dealers b Watc'ea.Jlwelry'ad SHnrWarT.
Court : un
Superior IleportH.
Opposition Line carrying. d izee. T. G. MYERS. : DRUG STORE Fon SALE. our very extensive stoek, assuring the*tWu
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Chancery Report, 7 vols.! ; Hopkin N. Y Jyl-t I no article in our line shall we allow any sstgn.

-AIL. -- Ch. Report; '&e's. il. if. Ch. Reports, t.3! U. S. Mail r ril;C: Uistenigned offers for *!. hit Stock of Meat tD surpass us,either in quantity o"w2r7.,
rr I .t DRUGS.MEDICINES,He.,with the privilege er low ml'N. We are the only
10 voh.: ; WwarJa1 !\. Y. Chancery e- JlJTnoi'f schr.N. L. Davis and*tean'f Cavtliaa: Wholesale Hu
PER of the fcesf store in the town. Tio stock i this braaeh cf
n trade ia
OILS i Tols. HofTman's Ch. Report', 2d I : Bkls Floor;S Bbh Mackerel; Baltimore and iktB
VARNISH J'ortc, : Palatka Fla. and Oa. with arl will
Sarannah W i. pvrekaaed great CM*, compare uo every fUr means to induce Soathen
ed. Cmjfo.d'B Chancery Reports N. Y., 4n.Js. 2 Bbls. Lard; 3 i Casks Brandy; &ftiesneameaaitkteabefound. ani Wo.
WINDOW ; .INSIDE ALL TilE WAY.) 4 Bbla\Vlt key, choice brand; favorablywith any tern merchants to open accounts with a. Qw
GLASS, PUTTY, !.. N. Y. The trade U icercasing, and Ube .
Ch. 3 rapidly chall bo liberal
: Harbour's Reports, TO ; terms and aeeommodatiac
JMIa every aeietlpilnn or X'M.,. C?*n IIn Via Pieolata, Black Creek and Jatbonviile, 4 BbU Sugar;8 Boae Soap; 2 Jo Codfish:; t town is rapidly correspondingincome sica4
growing so be
fouau ia tie
coMbly United
Clarke's! ) N. Statea
Chancery Reports Y.EnglishChancery 4 Better 5 BOXM.Ada'D.l'antll.
P lnt* Kegs
a & ;
tnl'r. Fla., and St. Martfs runsvickt aoJ Da- of trade be eeted. When tho We
may ex will take jrraai plearora in shewk
Tolumes! Jy 14 T. G. MY EllS. *.
35 -formerly
No. 97 EasffiTf: Charleston, 8. O. ilepoits, run,' Ga. plank road now in 'ontemptatioa ts eom tId.JacklOD'f"ill. goofi U OoaKera aad Wertca aertfasatiLwhrlhvr '

condsnJ! hut now published verbatim cJ will supply the interior cf Florida they op a aooonr** wi.h as or aot. *
04 Also on hand F/esIi Campbene and Burning wiib notes and references to both Enrln1!; THE .STEAM. PACKET: New Grocery and Provision Store. la a great measure with Goods. To any one L.H.iIlLLERfcCO,

-- Fluid. and every description of Lamp and Chaadcliers and American decision" by John A. Dun. W Captain N. wuhing to engage la this business rare opportunity feb3-6a' 1mportersofWskesBa2tImoMALONETAYEOj.
for burning the game, at the Manufactul. h leave Palatka every Monday mor.d rat I 'W IiE the is now offered.MT:reasons for offering
l lap, ERq., two entire EI1i! yc.umea In 8 o'clock. onderrigted respectfullv nforms cit-
I other business
the that have
rer'prices.Agent Store for sale, is
JL kens cf Jacksonville! and thfit he
for Blake's Fire Paint. one American.; PhillijlJ on EY.ldence, 5vol. Arrives at Jacksonville same evening soc I vnbity which will take all of my time. Any communication ;
Proof I has opened a new stock of
April7.y .. with cstti SITC notes and referencesby leaves[ Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching will be promptly attended to. LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANT
at ill the intermediate places as above. FAMILYGROCERIES & PROVISfONS )t. .FAYNE. .
the JOHN.
th,:io:1. l fiitk Covren, one of Judgesof HIST wiUxr BELOW MBU
Through Fare from Palatka Pieolata, and I j j j j In the Store formerlyoeeaplrd by L. A. 1833. n.
Jacksonville May ,
Johnston, CFGOT & Brawtey, It j Stii-rcnie Court of the Elate of New Black Creek -- $8 OoJThrough 1; WILLIAMS, PHILADELPHIA, .

Yo.i, assisted: by Nicholas Hill Jen. Coun Fare from Jaeks.avills, 6 00 where every article accessary let Family Use eln --I very respectfully solicit consignments of-
. : DEALERS IN sellor at Law; N. Y. Digest, 4 ols., beinga ?-N. B. The Welaka roniects with *hrtearaaaJp be obtained on reasonable terms, aci for cash SEMENTL Southern Lumber Shingles ke. fc.
DRY GOODS, Digest of all the N. Y. Common Law Reports .ataio of Georgia, for Philadelphia I invite a call(rein purchaters. J - --- - : -_ K.rer L _
.July 7 J.B.liOWELL MORRELLCO. A.McCALru,Cashier Camdea Bank;9.:].'
I I. W.
1O.1S1ANT DA1CIL1L5STbNS.C. from the earliest period to the preornttime ABEITS. ., Jon AI OAJI BROCK Philadelphia;

-. S 1850? American Chancery Digest, 3 K. R. DUKE Palatka. New Butter and Cheese. E.T. RICHARDSON, do.
A. S.JOHNStiN, J. H. BRAWLET, vot!. 3d ed.; Barbour's Chancsry Practice, F. WAVER k CO.. JacksonvHle. PlAID /IBll1IIITlIRrST T. E. BccKmAt Jacksonville,Florida.
A. J. CREWS, JAMES S. M. L. Firkins new Delaware Co. Butter; February 17, 3.*
4 M. BRA WLEY, 2 vols., a new American work, with an exensive LAFFITEAU Savannah.Feb. 5 5 Boxes Cheese
.24tfUnited ; SMETS'.BUILDINGS,
AUSTIN CANKADAT, A. S.3. PERRY. t collection of Precedents Wheeler's 1 Pine -
; Apple Cheese.Jnst Broaghton St., S T....*K Gm. '
W' Jah6-ly ____ _ Criminal Cases, 3 vole; City Hall Recorder, received per steamer, from New York I MORRELL. N.F.-.WEBSTER. JACllS' AID iitiiir'

6 vols. in 3; Conklln 's Treatise, 2d ed.on: States Mail Line, July7' F. WAVER & CO.
he 1'raciics of the U. SKIourts; Graham's BE House Furnishing-EstablishmentFmrnit :
Practice 3d ed. 2 YOI r Graham's New Palatka PIa. .1 SaTannah Oa r. l y WaioTeMlc and Retail.

D. MIXER. Trial, 2d ed enlarged Barber's Criminal INSIDE, ,ALL 10 oC this choice Flour. mil subscriber desire tw call the further attention Gold and Silver Watrtes Jewtby1
: ( TilE WAY Jut
) received by
Sleeting street,between Ilayne and Treatise 2d cd Pame's C. C. Reports, 2 of the Florida'public to his well and Silver Ware
Pinctnev, ; Via Pitoltita, Black Creek, and Jatksmyille July 7 F. WAVER fc CO. known establishment, for the sale of ,
CHARLESTON. S. C. vols; Petersdoril's Abridgment and Supplement Fla., and St. Mar s Brttnsvick and FURNITURE HOUSE FURNISHING at retail at much less than the usual priees.

Jan 6-ly 17 vols.; Wheaton's Law of Nation); Darien, Ga. if HIram Smith's Flour, Bacon Fork MATERIALSoftvtrf DESCRIPTION. JUUGENSENVA.TCH

Cowen's Treatise 3d ed. 2 vol; Benedict' House-keepers and merchants can supply them ,
H JESSEN American Admiralty; Dart's Law of Vet mtIE.STE.-M PACKET WM. Goshen Batter be.JUST seln..with every article for general use or for Real Jules Jnrgensen Watches,received syen.ry .

OATflNCn,1.T.E.SH&W P, RECEIVED, from New York- forming a good store stock. arrival with certificate from him with sub .
"Commission dors and Purchasers 4th ed. Monell'sPractice -
Merchant. ; leaves .1'alatka Bbls Hiram Smith's Flour; Everything in 1 the line business mentioned Watch,warranted perfect tiwo.keeper'COOPft ,
WHOLESALE: DEALER 2 voh.; 'Archbold's Criminal Pleading o'clock. ersry Thursday morning at 8 Twenty Bbls pare Genesee do kept on band. including Parlor,Hall, Bedroose WATCHES., .

11 In Qrocerloa and LIJuors. 3 vole; Phillips on Insurance. 2 vol 5. Arrives at Jacksonville saa, evenings and Mess }Pork Bacon Sides, Goshen Butter, and Kitchen Furniture and sales will Duplex and Levers, ia Hunting and Magls- Cases -.

NO. 133 EAST DAY, 3d ed.; Edea on Injunctions, 3 vole; Revised leaves en Fiiday morning at 3 o'clock, touching White Lead and upon as good terms as purchases can be effected ,perfect time-keepers.

CHARLESTON, 8. C. Statutes, 4th ed., 2 vole; Adams on Eject at all Cite intcrcitfdiata poinU as above.nyN. Four Hunered For sale Bushels by Corn; at the North.established I. W.stand.MORRELL'S.Old Savannah Ga.. INDEPENDENT SECOND .

.Ju 6-1, -_____________________ ment; Connecticut Reports, 12 vols. .B Tuonewjteamcr-. July 7 S. N. WILLIAMS. march 24ANDERSONS and Quarter Second Watches for tis&f
They are constantly! enpplicd with all the Report "St. John '> horses in gold and silver eases.
coiraioT,jfinifiHos & po. of tho wions Statcn, as soon as ii.ARClII3OLDS CIIROJOXETKIIS.Splendid .
Wlio'esalf and Retail Dralerg in now nearly flouted 11 H1 1-put on the line. Dr. 4. Upham's Vegetable MCMAHON & DOYLE, .
The Steamer Willis Gaston .
SADDLES BRIDLES PLEADING, with tbe new Term 15aC mer Saturday. Pile Electuary.A WHOLESALE DEALERS IN run without any variation.
The is !L sixth from the every .
foregoing : American .
SADDLE CARPET 'certain Cure for Pile, cither Internal GRDtEHIES ANnPBDVI ml $
BAGS twelfth ani last Louden edition, cf AHCH-
un Eaa. J'I BOLU'S CRIMINAL PLEADl O. Mr.Arch- BlAck Throagh Fare .from Pal&lka Pieolata and or External, Bleeding or Blind. Watches which run eight days.
Creek S 00
WUIP, TRUNKS, TALKLS, &C., &C'. &C. bold's-writin iiaro !been before the public for Trough Fare from Jacksonville, $I 00 ALSO for all inflammatory Diseases affections FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS;, E AMEL WATCHES,

NO. 165 MEETING STREET, nearly half a century.-a proof of the high ejteem AOEXTS.Feb.2Hf the Skin, and Impurities of the Blood, NO. 190 BAY STREET, for Ladies, some in hunting eases.,

Opppsite Charleston Hotel. in which they are held. This edition is much A. E. HERTZ Palatka. arising from any source. Prepared and sold only (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston &Co.) DIAMOND WATCHES,
more comprehensive than any of its predecessors. BIBEE tt. CO., Jacksonville. by the original proprietor his Medical Office for Ladies in
some marie eases.
jan 6-ly CHARLESTON, s. c. The former editions WOre confined to Pleadingand CLAGHOK.N & CO., Savannah. 196 Bowery New York, and by his agents Formerly occupied by Cniu. Hartridge, Esq., .
Evidence. The present,in addition to what throughout the United States. The genuine has SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. MAGIC WATCHES

HABDiAEE.COURTNEY was contained in a., of tiro others, treats very my signature in ay own handwriting. JOHN M'MAHON. JAMES DOYLE. which change into three different wstctM.

fully of tbe different crijir. and of every branch; Charleston and Florida For 11&10 at APOTHECARY HALL. jan27-ly Watches which Wind U.
of CRIMINAL PRACTICE. It consists of July 23.
& and turn the hands
Co. three volumes, of nine hundred pages taclr, and __ U. S. MAIL STEAMER without any key.
DIRECT isror.Tcus: or will be found by far the inontei tensive,thorongb & CO. Fine Gold Lapine Watches,4 holes
and useful work on criminal law ever published. jeweled |
"l.'OLtl. fcc., It contains the American as well a English _______ AND FACTORS AND GENERAL Fine Gold Detached Levers, .I

No. 35 Jlatfne Street law with appropriate practical forms for eve,7pMcceiling. : ".JL..I..iILThroug1a: : : : :: DRAPER COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Gold enamelled Watches, for the Ladies SS
CIY.kLDtpn SIJ'1 n. CD. No lawyer, and certainly no judge JACKSONVILLE, E. F.JOSEPH Gold English Patent Levers, S
WM.C.COURTNEY, 3.B.TENNENT, or di trict attorney should le with at a copy. to Palatka in 24 to 30 //our V. HERNANDEZ returns thanks SAVANNAH, GJ.. Gold English Patent Levers h.B'''eases,M

jan ,-,y JAMES S. EVA 8. And for the student winLing to obtain an insight The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every friends end the public generally, for; 0.W. ANDERSON, J.W. A5DEK30JT S J.JACK9O.V. Silver'a Patent Levers as low" as V.
Detached 14
into Criminal Practice as well as an accurate Saturday 3 P. M. Returning will leave PA the liberal patronage he has received, and hopes, jan27-ly Levers,
Da and profound knowledge of the principles of LATKA every Monday at 7 AM., Picolata :10 by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance and all other styles of Watches at eqaifly Ire
AMBLER Criminal Law. this is just tho Book. M. of the same just received fine prices. ,
A. and Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A. M. flaring a 8TOVK I DEPOT DD4sumQ
MANCrACTCRER BA KS. GOULD & co., The FLORIDA will leave Charleston assortment of Goods consisting of blue and black aIl.
aa lbua .Q..EJ'D AND DEALER I: 144 NASsau st New York. Tuesday at 3 P. M. Returning, will leave every CLOTHS of different qualities,black and colored; 'AND GENERAL FURNISHNG WARE Diamond Ear-rings. PJns. Bracelets. rlBrsr

IP5a. Andsl75 Broadway Albany. 1atka Thursday, 10 o'clock A.M.; Black P'k CASHMERES LINENS and DRILLS for HOUSE. Rings, and Crosses,for sale at much lea ttas
161 WEET1NG-ST3KET: July 23.FIBS 3 P. M.; Jacksonville Friday 40'eloek. A. M.: !, VESTING of different patterns TRIM- the usual price .
rant 10 12 14 .
j&n 6-ly _CHARLESTON, s. c. These steamers connect with all the interio Ice.,fco., direct from the North he is prepared AND Subscriber BAR.tARD most STREET,SAVAXXAR invites,OEO.THE JEVvTLRY.; S

WkIesale Oat A Cap AND LIFE INSURANCEAGENCY. 1. Stages of East Florida and connect both way to execute all work entrusted to his care at his Establishment respectfully where effort a All kinds of GOLD CHAINS.'Pare r..u

161. MEETING ST. Wrbontei with the New York steamships, Carolina Railroads : with despatch, and in a workmanlike manner. will be made to give satisfaction. The every rI WEDDING RINGS Gold KEYS and SEALS
NO. Hotel Charleston., opposiia The Charleston ,and the Wilmington Roads. He Invites all to give him a call,On Newnan st., and most varied assortment of Cooking and largest Parlor Gold PENS and PENCILS. Gold and Slnf
has in Store Is undersigned Gg-Pasxage from Charleston to Jacksonville, 2d door from Dr. Byrne's new building assuring THIMBLES,BRACELETS,BREAST PUTS
and from the best Manufactures.
a".ral eontantr retiring from his Fnrmeti Fire Insurance Company, of IS,from Charleston to Palatka, $10. the public that bill prices shall be moderate. and Stovesi Ware All CUFF PINS, LCCKETS EAK RLNG3L
the Hardware Cnttlery
different ,
kinds ft lea, Sew York. For further particulars apply to all garments warranted to fit. Gold TOOTHPICKS
of HATS and Silver SPECTACLES Gold
and CAPS Wooden-ware, Brashes,Guns and doublebarrels ,
suitable for the -single
I J. W. N. B.
CALDWELL Charleston. Cutting and repairing at the shortetl
And outhwett'rn market CAPITAL $200,000. ,Pistols Brittania Glass ,CIL1RA1S,CI14TELEINE CHAINS;
:, to jrhie'u he Invltew the BELLECHASSE notice. Ftb. and Fluid Lamps i,
0 attention of merchants desirinjr good in'MS line. I r U2) F. TTurEE E.J. RICHARDSON fc FINEOAN. 10yCOOPMASTS &0., &3. Also manufacturing all ko. Itc. '1
S Having mUlyun experience in the hunaees, he I .PU:rlent. {Secretary.amtiHe R. R,-REID, Palatka.- Bale In a Establishment. kinds of Plain, l'laniabecjand Japaned Tin-ware, Silver W.re.. _
flatters bimitti that in prices and aoality! his Feb. I0-tf Camphene and Burning Fluid constantly on STERLING SILVER SpOONS CtrS rom,

foods cannot be excelled. D.A.AMBLER. Fire Inaaranee TJflca.CAPITAL Company of HENRY COOPMAN of Jacksonville continues with to supply hand. Cjan27-Jy] J. J.MAURICE. PIE INtVES NAPKIN .RINGS, fitlY:VXVtt

Wl11.. 'rUNN 0 1200,000 1; NEW YORKPACKET GOOD BREAD, PRICE & Watches and Jewelry exchanged. AH Wil

Factor and 'JoTmtBiioa! Elerchtnt, Oeo.CPJITIS, Pres't, WM. h, DKD* ct, So'''7. LINE. FOR CASH AND CASH ONLY 4YEADER, 'lea, returned.warranted to teep'good time or tie mow?'

Knickerbocker Fire His store is situated on Bay-street, 2 doors ...
For Florida Tninranee Company, Bay street Savannah Repair --
PrOduce ) from the old of Wm. ,
Alsop at sM
( All kinds cleaned
of Watches Clocks
Waterford 11. Y. present and
A. T all times keep a large assortment of fine
&NO. SOUTHERN Go's.) where be
T7I1ABF.48 CAPITAL 1160,000. can had at all times 4 CLOTHS, repaired in the best manner at much isis this
Charleston, 8. C. CHAS.CRAMER, Prw't; F. D. Mo, See'7. The New and Regular line of Packets between i 'c jltion.. orevery de CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS, the usual priets.Good..eutbjexpresa- or mall to aD pariI tI''

,19t New York Jacksonville and Palatka Persons from the country will find it convenient Which they are prepared to make to.measure in the United States.

I. JlAtru property against Iou or damage 1 by by tbe new and fast-sailing schooners composed to supply themselves with these articles fresh, at the best manner. AlsoReady.made ALLEN

Jacksonrillc Foundry== !"flro or lightning on aa reasonable terms as any Jo* i>h( rIee.2TO tons A.ROGERS, Com'r. his counter. Private families regularly supplied Clothing, GEO; 0. l'

other solvent eomcany.: Application received" Jereey O Jt, 100 tons, J. S.ROGERS, Com'r''S, ia town as herefofore. A large Stock of FINE Clothing, of good ma Importer of Watches and JtuttfjiWhotetolt
AMDloOa&otKc and policies aa'by will ply regularly between the ports. Parties wishing pastry furnished can at all terials and well made. and Retail, .

yy clpZt..SfWE : E. A. WILBUR Agent in New York times be accommodated. promptness and on With a large variety FANCY ARTICLES NO. U TV all atn 94 floor,near Bre. w'|V

Agent. 129 Congress street,Savannah. JOSEPH GRICE Water it. reasonable take this terms.I Hats, Caps, Cane'Umbrellas Shirts, Cravats June 16-y fEW yOULJ.IIoL1.ES -..
Agents in Jacksonville opportunity expressing my thanks Stocks Scarfs, Jco.. &c. All
1U lCrlbm. which will be -
Laving made for
JL valuable improvements extensive and I Charter Oak Life Inivranee Compan. i B1SBEE tt CANOVA. the liberal evidences of encouragement which old at the LOWEST PRICES. '. ,"
in han
their I
.,. ment:,are now prepared to furnish establish Hartford Ct. Agent In Palatka, already received and while respectfully _Savannah March 4th; J853.. IMy General CootoalMlon XfereJuwt, ,
asking a continuance of the
R. K. same, feel warranted 100 Wia.L Smart.Naw YOKE. _
Steam Engines of CAPITAL 250,000, with .5 oI.i.-
a large
any required from surplus. En in claiming for the bread I
4ae to one hundred hors( power I domed by the State. All good directed to their care will be promptly which offer qualities! WM. R. ,SYMONS WILL pay particular attention safe ;
Saw Mills:- forwarded. unsurpassed in all the esseatials which go to make lew '..Lumber, Lire Oak,and other Sotk r'
Sugar.Mills ALFRED Gut, IWt; JAS. C. WAMLET, &0'7. September 4th' J8 2. 23-tf the staff of life palatable pure and whole somi. DUAPEIt AND TAILOR Timber and Piodnce and to orders for panhM''
; H.L.Brno 31. D. I
Hone Powers Exam'g Physician for Sa will continue to one the beat flour which with lag Merchandise d cg4fnnUK -
Grist ; vannah. South Carolina Paper Manufacturing personal experience ia the art Baking,justifies AND DEALER IN : .
""I-...._ and all ether machinery used in This comrAOT will Issue eolicies-en thA.4Atnt. Compa f. me fa promising ray customers Good Bread, ko' -REA DT-M ADtf CLOTHING 'COPARTSBRSUIP beretOfb$
".' -- --- ---
., irn Brass Cartings. stock prineiple( and upon the mutual plan thus march 24-tf HENRY COOPMAN.TEIf .. NO. 17, WIIITTAKER STREET. J.. isting between the Underalped.uJi '

Steam Boat Saw Mill and other repairing at combining tion of the inrareft.the benefits of both c/Jiems at the op Tlifi Subscriber Agent of the above Compa THOUSAND ACRES :. o SAVANNAH GA. stile of Brows k'Hendan ia this day '
abort notice. 4 begs leave to inform LAND, Gloves by mutual ennseat The 'bosinesiwill -U5,
tt-All Machinery Policies will be farae4 at the lowest rates of ., Suspendens Shirts,and Gentlemen's be adjusted by John Brown.'exeepta05,
parehased from cs will be picminm that can be adopted, and Printer-Pobllihere. Including A Furnishing articles ** '
in afford *
I put operation in requisite generally. !00, whoa all indebted are reg ;
competent machinist any,Khan patt tletlred of tbd and State by Mcvriry to tee Insare and porpettrlty to the that the exteuiire Mill of the South Carolina Pa ValnaWe':Plantation, with Exten- jan27-ly C ,. call and upon make immediate payment,as it II""?,
upoa lartitntioa. per Manafiactaring Company ia now ia.fun ftm*&***"
"reasonable terms.Drawings ope- gary to close the book of the late
and ettim&tti Policies inneil for the benefit of s married I radon, manrfactoring '. ire Improvements, BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM. dIav.jyZ1.4it. .
tbt; furnished without wcm 8, on the lift ef her hssbanl, or any other -a.: BOOK ASTD SEWN PAPER known the BY. '; BROWN JtCaution. HEltjOO .
MOONEY pers&n, win envre to her separate *se,indepen of ul slice and of the best quality. WELL.J. H.McLiTosH residence'of: the. late ; -
& ,
GOOKW, dentof) beT hwband and of the oUims of her -Aisol I ImiftJmmMml1ifli .
.' Founder and Jla 1ainistt. eredittra. ,. MAtLLA,WB&PPIIIQ.PAPER' Only Fifteen Miles from'J chin'DfU,,'direct ALL forewarned. from trsduf k.

,Za.boeyifl.i.March I.135$. 10-ly 8LATE8 RISCRED eft reasonable te1'llU. suitable (.Grocers Hardware Dealers'fco.' ly upon the. .,JoAn' river."' Vt A._ .certain persons DotelTYea are to J..W.r1U&r.:

-. California and Australia flake Jak n., No.pains or expense hat been spared to render .The subscriber has been appointed Agent for 'WHOiC9ALK DEALER'IN bearer aa the consideration of saU aeto a
the best -
Doct. Josiah Ashurst and squat to: Northern Mills; all the latest the Administrator.,-and will show the premises BUTTER been complied with Therefore I shaflt *Pb
most ANlVCHtfESK
WILBUR approved machinery having been Intro
to any one wishing to urebsse. _' UU oompelleel ,
S WILL keep eOnitant)7o' band Medicine Agent. It9 Congress it.4 Savannah.. duced into the same. Also.the Equipments of a Sugar House ., __ WILLIAM z. vax***
tbe care of aQ ChroMe i elftl.'Mo mytfl-y All orders promptly attended to by bracing the::necessary em. DIRECT FROMGOSHENNEW Jury 21 1858
.apparatus ,
charge made for exe.inaeiom and -- ,. JOSEPH WALKER' Sugar Making. _., connected with : YO R K -

,S aDd what 1s of noet importance,!pre.mpttoJ1lfl Three-. Cheers fty-Agent; East Bay CHARLESTON., .Also, a quantity of Machines and Tools used jan27.ly "__- :. iadeitedl to G*****'*?_
'to made for fail.r ,, as they are a>ar at aay I South Carolina' -. In raising and preparing Cotton with Iron Geer- ALL late of Columbia ooanty,***" ..
price Compoand Among his Metfietvea- will be found. Jliurtli! .Hurrah!' Hurrah! for tbe Wholesale Paper- t'omnt'n. ,IVarchoase., eclHoraePowelneompteteorder.c '. HAItI) W A.RE., are requested to make immedlat.a.".
Tonic Pins; The Land wil|be_ parcelled to salt HAVEoa aadersigned arid all havug ""
; persons
., -'$ Antifebrile Pile Ointment Aatibflion. Pill corner No"4;Bay it, JackioaTlIle. ; Constantly hand, Terms liberal?:' f.: ,rrsen, I a. Cull supply hand..anaam-coDlt&nUi or 'Hard.are ; consisting ieeelvlnj of against said estate are required to r"" -

Gonorrhea ; '- ALAagfflgggWrapping .WRIT1''O PAPER ,< -..__J. E._ JOHNSON_ ,__ I Cut.lery, Coolrlii# Utan11i. Mill R_.__ I"_ r._ duly,proven within the time req!ird tt* .
aad other Mhrtare-flO forfeit L1iE OLP1TINES4 .&t....A m i .L _' '
failures Balaams .LIQUORS, below -.MRnwr..' Saws,Hoes,Chains, Nails,Aiea;Blacksmith and -NAi.I a.' .A 'Xo
;ao or asoal remedlee. -.- 51rHnv von. lor Jacksonvffle,June'C 8 ZLt- July 6th;1853.' 144' ""rLL'pereoai "
AU MedWnee Infallible. cain- .ny thl quantity Pageri of aH A uorted. Colored Pa- Carpenters Tools and all other articles' usually
demUohL kinds. kept la line of business. .
Dropdeal Medteiaeeearee per my : ..
". werraatei. Madeira Wine vsry old. Cards, eaameQed '. : C. NOTIOL. .-- .L,
; Addrtai an eommaaieatieai plain ,Printing Jnk* i ,NOTICE., HOPKINS,Agent .,-
to Dr. Joriah .
40' I tetFlP
Asn Sherry S forbid
.. cr.Jacksonviller Eaet Flerite.postage paid; ChamparM. V.do"Ia plait ,and colored'. < W COLORED PERSON will hereafter,' I Jan2My No.177. Congress, 8$...,.Savannah- Gav_ v A\" 'lIT IaDd.I aN oa hereby the 2$. John* tli:

?.r please can and eaaaiiae ci rtifieaUe, and be re. Claret \yino. AGENPFOlt JOHNT. WRITE allowed to.travel n. any of:the boats run tracts lying oa both-aide of 1k'ri" ,

ferred.to gentlemen. March I74TJJOLLNER Port 40W' !.7P'. ..lte\'eetTpe Vosndr I ning bet ween Savannah and this port unless so- JNO. M. COOPER CO. Hambly Old .Stort.sd Mount Taokor', $

:BtAjrot-CestErandyj very old.HoUanaOlo ,-., ,RHOE4CO: ., companied by their master or owner, .or having altSpdngatthenorthIn4rr : er Late .11':
POTTER.Mtrekaati... Do verygo6d. PrlftU"..!PIeM ,.'tMAYNARD rettl ,'a> ." special ticket to be retained,:by the Captain of WBOtXSALitBSALX W aU teeupare 10 th'. -". '.

". gal. Oe.lttoa' Cbety do. theiteamera and Who endorsed if.required by Boo'ks'4: : : ; ,Static *: .
tINOYE&: some well,known person. ;Parties interested will : ii rYt: : :- JOEP .MEIiAip' t&:
.u 6. ...1- Ilnet Ulra Caner Wew HaJflen' L&neUp Ram'Jamaica .. Celebrated WrlUnf ,I... please take.notice" ,as this ml*will be strictly en CORNER, WHITAtmt fAN iTs ,. )JtD6 : i3''
Tor l
*," : .014&WhlIb1.Ylriolll quUUeI1&ht ftfAU the.bore''it'Manufacturer o_. I .11.Vai". .. *. ;
WILL Attend promptly to all bnstnm enlnuted ; prices. j
iotJa ij>earl. Partfoafar attention glren to the bbl.. ,; j *: "..ApritT.JOB'pU".I.\ .:.. .>' _:.. ,: 8. fc CUNNINGHAM, SAVANNAH. : i---- .
Me. .t Cordl&J..'1 M.LAFFlTEAU.. no'.II cooiz-' '
r.l ol : moa 871';.' OlIve' ,( .. A.OLCOTT; 1.. Pm.A NTitl1i.i;
.Ie cLIiBberkflb-UPCflufl.J tbtperehaM.of goods.. Pok1.j-' ,u4 hneTeu. :*iao.' otsooo..very attn>'oua"s' bhi; ;Agents,at.Savannah* ,; ,: a SIX HOB,
5- low .117 Uae IUAUtr;to elose stock ef rgcerjss : a. WAVER &c Printing'and: accuSed .
natnMstntlaadeea : Republican OIiceJ w thq CO. _Bookbinding with
sIgnnanU. a *
M ., Sail.. 1. "
: "iJ' .i BISBEECANOVA8: .
: ...rIII'. i:. ,J. .pr.>'. -. -I. :. tc 1* Uns'larii1, or' :2U.t"s.vv f \"S, :nealntss and despatch... ,,i/f- J mlni tr;tor: .
-.',"; .. I a ,: : -\r I. l., -lut., ... '* ..117-_ -J6. :" .. Foreign Books.tm 4'order- -at-N.- -Y\',price- *. laM Jel of I&l4",". 7.-is e>pJ ,&' .

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