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: September 1, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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System ID: UF00079922:00198
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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: I -I-am'concerned,"-"madam'-that: is- comer with"Be; you little Cripplega the I was told "it would l be unnecessary" as' she her father corpS at this' fresh calamity 'Chapter- rAMI4eit.1'"-' A.

tIT T ? I my' honor,11 stammered the'Tn'' miser, sir !?.;The dashing defender 'of i bis would not be required again.1,1 Poor Alice seemed to ''of relief, orat least The moih"of'Au has opened at.:the .

have 'done 'so confounde'aly 1sh a I. country would,i he could, have ahnil scandal had done its worst. The colonel, it a mitigation of wo by having her attention North. with, aseries of Railroad ,

that I scarcely '" aplo the whole tace Cripplegait at tba mo- seems, was strolling down the road j just'as directed to a new claimant upon' her sym make it aecident'tbat

for it. The fact I bav jumj ment. Captain Dinsley.'came out of the cottage the pathy-or, did she at the moment discover promise to memorble; 0.
"Your window, and having IS done so, it oc. "Have you a message for my". Catber 1" night before,'and the colonel's man happen and betray a secret lurking unconsciously the 2J Belvidere, a train Railroafrvras of car on Philaelphia'And

light to me, that probably best atonement asked Alice of the new visitor, with'the ed to be in the.kitchen of the George Inn, in her heart 1 At all events;she rushed tohespot '
killed and
It make, is-to jump out .ain. composure of simple innocence. when the returned: messengerwas' amusingthe \ with a !reamand lifted ,the head track,by which ten men: were. -
fifteen wounded.
and yet I I enquire the reason for so extr. "Yes Miss; he's to be at the George Inn domestics at the'expense of -->oor Alice, of the sufferer, while ,the surgeon ;altemptedto :. 'But last badly week the week of '

ibis poor an intrusion asked Alice at six to-morrow morning, to go a hort by an account of"his visit to' Crippleait'acottage .bind up the still gushing woond. The It with collision was the week

"Its wager at mess yesterday. Your beau. journey with a gentleman on par: and encounter there with a drunken motion, broghtback ,a temporary life and and opene Ohio Railroad a on .

"stronger discussed rather freely, and your business, and back again' in the evenin:" officer. This was a very pretty tale for the consciousnes; he opened his eyes, and and conductor w'tre,killed.:whereby Next an en ineer .

"There loudly extolled; upon which' bad "Very well," said Alice ; "I will tak care colonels man to take to the' lady's "maid, meeting those of Alice, a faint smile illuminated accident tie New York.and NewHavenRaitamd al'

larked impertinence-forgive me-to boast that to tell him as soon as he comes home." who of course communicated il to bet mistress his wan Ceaturel a be: feebly aiti- on from .cfevasse, by .which' the'engine
people on. effect an interview with you; I had The man then retraced his steps to the which, combined with the colonels! culateil : atoned 1" and re- 'was, thrown off the'engineer killed!

pitmen or thrice watched you home, and had town, picking up by the way two or three.acqlamtances own personal observation, was powerful ,i lapsed into insensibility.Five and a brakeman injured. On day..
arming took tare'to evidence the unfortunate "after the circumstances above te'sme
g re i- with ,whom he against years '
to our girl
a fellow belonging tile 9th occurred a collision .
keeping young discuss of a Alice, who had suffered and a with two lovely children Camen
tl leave late in tbeevenjng. nce uteman fen .narrttd. lady very and'
"Indeed, i )your cottage her:father *wasnot" across the lawn, ia i Amboy Railrdbe\'ten Pbilaelphia" .
coming tumbling out of Cripplegah'a (lauHts, on account ];, ha8tene"Joyfully" .
circumstance, I gave an una cotag and New Yok,) by person
for alarm," to determinate ', tipsy,he said, in the absence the likel at once, to attribute these front mansion in, the north ,of killed and six wounded. trains'
impetus my I fmp were
cottage, th intention to have.entered rail "Aye,11 remarked one, "I've seen two or t oms disrespect) to their true, cause. England, to meet two gentleman who were were passing round a Te of

tacked, ; my of the three of them chaps after that god. could not conceive such wickedness in tire alightning from.a carriage! at,the loge gate.'Opapa sharp ; .
the door, but hearing the voice soger I. them out of time and 'going furiously :"to
for ten who a short lime looking lass down of a night about the minds of people, as to condemn. sit nastily papa!" shouted the boy make delk encies. and worst of
spark, you .
quilted up Lt
but blameless herself but the forward.
tis wait un1it cottage." one so utterly as ; edljrunning all have by lele accountof
I it wiser to we
ry a
he onvictioB forced her when her "AnJ." asked the little gill I, who was *
no rival had departed, when yot most "And no wonder," ,said another "If was upon horrible: tngc d jon the Boston and Wor
would follows the drum brother, flashed and entered the collage clinging to her mama's gown-"is.ihe other
barred the door, positively)' com- packs up her tatters and angry cesttr Railroad! ear the former place. It .
"I am to enter by the window. to get off from her old miserly father. in the evening; "Alice," he said in gentleman Uncle Edward1 puts to shame all the small affairs before
A me blades that excitement, "swear to me, by the "Yes, darling said the lady; and in an
safety. sir that a entleman 01 "There's one of the barrack great runt mentioned and challenges comparison with, .
of a am surprised, said third of our mother's and hope instant she was in the arms of her brother.
being should be to get her away a a$ memory your the wholeeaaleslaughterofNorwalk. "twenty
and \\ants
respect of appearance and unwarrantable calling ai gui Captain Dmsley' passed .them.Ovei meeting ber in heaven, that Captain Well, Alice," said her husband," I told persons were killed and thirty wounded. .

(or villiny 6 For mean sake, I advise ;:YOU.lC hearing partly what was sale, the Dinsley was tot here by your connivancelast you Edward would arrive today. The coach What aggravates the horror of their, i is

day, a before your O\\'I consciousness .the possible results to tbe night !" stopped just as I drove up. And now allow that, apparently, both trains were' out of .

hear one gt'ne dear -Miss my Cril'plegail"-said returs. th. poor girl whose artless beauty had maie; a "Who is unjusfas to say so?" asked me to the prf&ent-not Lieutenant time, and trying to save themselves 'from' a
with "My. officer, stumbling unfoituilalelj; upot strong impression upon him, struck tIle Alice, in alarm at her brother's frenzied Wheatly, but Captain Wbeatly.\ petty censure at the risk of a cargo humantives.CFiarleston
"Yes" said Edward as the Gazette has
goes little heart of this thoughtless but I state. < Mercury.
ant elerouB
1 could opprobrious appellation color, and p08sbl indig)_ young very man. "What have I done !" said "Everybody f'!"\bilterly exclaimed Ed it, 'ice'Henry Dinsley, retired."

"Hush, knew no other. hatrel he with passionate self-upbraiding, "and: ward. "I was taintedto-day on parade "Oh,I assure you," said Dinsley, "I find ..
she felt From the
increased positive
chance of quite enough to do, on succeeding to Diy .1a Caia
alarmed deliberately insul how can I atone ?" with the promotion through my my JVbi

these the man who could* so Scandalous tales, like mushrooms, iup Fprin": sister's pretty face !I" father's estate, in taking care of my tenant \ ;Proceedings in California.We .
heed their'evil! and these little spriles!" and he caught up .
'Thcy in and have as alhrre I "You not tongues ; -
a night, many
'share io '1y dear Miss Cripplegail'1 next morning. This poor Alice was ahou it wil bring mischief on us all." the girl, who seemed to be his especial; fa have no news of striking importance

nickname i I odious name by way of being iml"esiv However, in the will bring disgrace upon us all. But vorite. to record since the sailing of the steamerof
"I entreat}'olio forgive me; do not fro\v to experience. meanlilt the lie "But said the boy, not at jealous of The"most interesting event
ble be her only anxiety was about her father',I [ will force Captain Dinsley to give al the 1st inst., .

street the unmercifully; I wil atone in anya b delayed return. She resolved not to mention to their infamous assertions before the his sister-"I'm going to be soldierih of the fortnight} being the proceedings of the

"It is ; may dictate. you desire it, \vi the visit of the young officer either te) .whole regiment.. What is his life or mints papa's gun, and grand-papa plentyof State Reform Convention, which assembled

friends at once, without another e] her brpiher or father the former, sht I either, compared with your fair. fame ?" said money to buy me a commission.1And at Sacramento on the 6th. '

him at la'iation; but I sbal ever feel indebted wi I sure, would resent i! by some impruden t I the fiery young soldier; and he rose as ifinclined in due time the commission was The Convention met a Whigs, but, although .

has forbearance politeness, if'ou word act and the latter, from his 03._ to put his threat into execution bought; and when the boy,after fighting their nnmiiiationswere all of men
to me for minutes. Grant mv rl ; for his attained high honor that they in a greatmeasure
his own. fv'e lu suspicious disposition, it would L e without further'delay. bravely country belonging to .party '
-I will again; and recolec Edward said and rank in his there were few abandoned strictly partisan"groundsand
day, difficult to convince of her entire innocenr e "You shall not leave me, profession
asked err is human, to forgive divine.lookl in the matter. Alice had never before fe''It Alice, clinging to him, "until you promise i. let to remember that this great man was the assumed the position of Reformers*'

name not a second longer; desolate and unhappy tears were steail1e 1_ to abandon these rah intentions, 'tis madness grandson of Lillle Cril'plegait the Miser. avowing .the_ leading object of, th.e'c.
Alice so ; "
at as and
his watch then anxiously
: stupendous
Lei them talk it matter little conscious to
Alice t ; pagn ttat
cheeks-and was
down her oppstio
him mark tl ing napt
her to allow to innocence." almost tem of official 'corup"tion
to sentimental weakness ; as I am of my own the Middle.
Bheg to give way the
'Av 1Rb time.Proceed idea of deeming himse If "And yet the colonel says he was passing Crop unscrupulously practiced during
but the one -
been sir," sit Alice with fmethil g her any and d along the road when Captain Dinsley A correspondent of the Charleston Courier last four years"and now e boldly.
condescension but still stan privileged by poverty Inprotecte who have
Hies- queen.like and immovable. state to offer an insult which he dare nche )t came out of this cottage last night.11 writing from Jefferson county, Florida, by ,the clque.of.. office .

in positiol I, "I am not aware that I ever even saw August Bib, : usurped nae of Democracy.The
death. chair" said't have ventured to one a higher says
: "Allow me to give you a suck said Alice availing herself of last letter have reform movement is very general
of the girl and Cor e a person, Since the date my we
ful Alice she, 'OUtg officer wilt the most lrvoking t 10- hurt first time the pride the daughter's poor heart ;dared to t a'as rof her ignorance) of'the name of her visitor had frequent and fine rains, and the crops, throughout the State, and unless indiscreet-the.acra. -*

thus r to evade Edward's anger. of which I then a rather dolorous ac mento nominees should'be'e
who could dayday gave -
no Alice, in spite of her indignation, \" raign the arltu. 'make the campaign .
that saw no in The to upon
"Then solemnly
the swear, you are appearance. generl')1ticl
leave his child exposed to pos y alered
able < compelled to be seated, and \\a very nal lbiliii e-afler I quitted you last night." count corncrop a full one, however, issu'et the movement will be

lore of betrayed into the common-place civi of such an outrage. "EJward this is folly. I received a message wi instances the rains another year will witness the regeneration -
of raly With this and reproachful i I(eelil 19 for in too many
love new The .
duced } motioning to .her extraordinary gu est towards a her he.ar .\d for my father some time after you left .too late to save it.! The cotton crop is doing of the Government of Caliror people

he the same. parent Alce'raised bowl ed me-and".- well. Those only suffer who failed in obtaining -! are tired and diJuted sense of
from the cries
The handsome young officer looted p: "This evasion will not serve. Beware, stand in the season. less demagogisin party
and good
if tried coLU n- i a
and I can be down in sorrow, as and will support _
i ticularly happy. "To Alice of guilty. I haves bolls and the number Democracy and Whlggeryj .
and fwve'hat victed on the spot, beheld her fathering stan d- my believing you The are rapidly reform.
; i dlSlleleste my dear m'lam _- at her. His small shrewd e) oft"n blushed for my father; I 'will never of them that hang on every stalk pro. the l.en'who willadvocate -
shape of time gazing
lion you without reserve loss blush for sister. You shall take this abundant yield. There is a
and in mise peculiarity
my an
read her inmost thoughts; Pm.r-We a .feW
that seemed WouiB's gave
for you have"JmiieJ me to five minul -on ok oath 1" and with a strong arm he was forcing in the Floridian style of measuring THE ', .
affection, Alic: the PaimetloTree
have in one win, I :am spite of all her filial fhral the .days i some aeCChOJ
at sire
your misplced her on her knees, when a knocking "tall cotton1' that strike* singularly one
e by
stone-like l
of I the from the cold, appearan now in :a process of preparation
] sorryto say. altogether unworthy rray. complexio, a nd door, blended with the voices of children used to old fields and worn plantations. for exhibition -
.lst" aflection with which apparentlyhim. bOI lor ofher father- Alice !" made Mr."Werner, and or originally-intended
you into I calling "Miss Alice: Miss When in old limes we wandered through :
i .
ward, ." half-grizzled hair, blending strangely 1 "kneehigh at the Wor\ now
have bee m is- him the fields and measured the plants of odr Southern
for a "I really am at a loss to unJerstan y''ou, leaden hue, so that he migh led 'Oti," said the children entering, "Oh, ," "waist high," and last and greatest 1 to notice a product We were
chal taken for of the careJ figures escaf country, scarce less atnaciv.
sir.11 onC Miss Alice, father's hurt. "up to the sho'ulders" we thought that 'al of '
made "I certainly am taking a great ; m) from its niche in the old abbey. your ishe i I'1 admitted it shown yesterday, on ibe corner Qneeh
librty "Oh where, franticly and our neighbors generally most 'truculent
much to )() of the
father "You have lr
dear Miss Cripplegait"-Alice's culor r o e must asked Alice, rushing towards the the Hammock planter in begs you and tte.streels lot look
do not even ..hesapproach I IIder my F"ril been our
when *
"My again-"But though I run the risk of of nd- thought, you "A man's bringing him down the lane to ride with him throngli: cotton Alligators 15 feet long
frown came 0'Slr. ver from 12 to
Alice' a were
ing you, I now feel it my duty, even ; intellectual brow i or, 1 the said the elder by.hW e were late on.the which is only as high as your horse, and upon. They!.! each about 800 or 1000
1 fine weigh
am this the really and woo
TB"I so seveie a to tender you I a of coal and sticks then wishes show his new ground 'animals -
penalty gathering you
for the otherwise plain face of the little mise sa.shorl t L We have seen the repulsive
1m. ; pounds
Iny&cl vice and atone n some measure and coining or .
; the
aflerthe plant your .
rank : pertinence of which I have teen fOf uill IY." "No, father" sail, ) Alice confusedly j' 1el" home,Iringtide:granny Miss Alice'sfather even head, though overtops snoulues mount upon th r banks of rivers have in looked .
your you bevel times
< and" and at d.ff-nmt:
break anxious for latitudes,
Alice interested, and loC was )'CUrreturn him. Missed for
course was been something's happened to ed. *llow large the tree, cease from nearer 'point'
or : which seemed peifectly salisfaclo and "How long has your j gon ru'n and break become in this climate upon disgaating object
so, Alice always kind to us, calling it a plant, might Alligator at a
sister, ,' the miser in a tone "er of view, but never any
the only answer expected. questioned her that her father's hurt ;j' and is In Florida East
i L speak truth, COI r I the news to yet unacertained. 'other animal, from any
had better ,
"You liislanc, or
"I am real} grieved that a young ma n of to say: so we did miss-and that's all." And away and in the southern part of the State, we view any' an appearance of

the whom I thought to highly, should be 1paam aware of every thing. late, I fea forin scampered the children, just as a person now and then see colon gathered in the second point of present did the unhappy
into "He with me too ; such unmitigated bratallY'a
ble! of such duplicity: especially I \ards father he is compelled to belOW turned the corner of the lane cosE by the year from "ratoons" and wbether the of this Our New

rooms one so dr er\ing.so excellent, so- r nnst you know, cottage door, bearing the the old tune will ever come when the planter willultivate objects must hate become thoroughlysated

here!" I toy itso \ as yourself; but h barracks by nine o'cock.more privile I. I man in his aims. The stranger waved Edward his cotton trees a he.would a York friends with curious otjcts, if these shall fail

. Th I ever iniwelcome! the information, I am now "His'said superiors her father are with sarcastic uidvas aside, who had hastened out on the great orchard may yet be a mater of ..question. them "w.Ui an emOtOfl.'They

boiior to tell ) that ih< a fecranc ;' intimation of the children, and suffered to inspire
bound in you of the lips, which '\ first left in the Palmetto. fo Balimore.
the I compression yesterday
which a he
of was his burden until deposited.the n *
endearments to touch 43
tionate mho one
Alice, who treC no h 2tll 1m.
"It I full of meaning to poor Charleston Courier [ rluO artrd
iven -
ness, and of which I would fcsvi g; *'I don't mind it carefully and gently on the small white We see it stated in the
remained '
worlds to have been Ihe recipient, are, lingly sient. Alice blues utl I curtained bed of Alice. What was that a line of packets ls'been established Columbia C..
of the myself, In .
elear worthily bestowed. You, of cours,, 'can- sdom bewbo the thp surprise of the brother and sister to find to run regularly! city and 4th of July .
.lent.' I not be aware that the young man in G, wout of rather see HeAlh you myself dead-nay, than h:it it that the rescuer of their father was CaptainDinsley. and.Cedar Newport Fla Keys..via. The St. Marks line will,:Tampa consist Bay of Early in the morning of the"4tb, a are
tion is engaged to a ver.y amiable gir; What did theied .! of ladies and entleenofColumb!
ing should be pointed at you. from hisiourney first class schooners cmanled by experienced number
has not the least suspicion his afe=:Lon A n The old man had been returning four counties assemhjed at ihe Biff
; ii when they and will leave Charleston and Alachua
closd vile wretches rero home, when, at navigators,
elsewhere.11 and was hastening
being placed bissini ,.ftef Mineral Spring, near Ellisyilfe :wher ample
the by the first and fifteenth of each
onthe road just now, attacked or about
sir me of road he was on
"1 think I begin to comprehend Tart the fortbetrreeeptjoa.
ward ye for gold.! IImy !ave a lonely the of October. preparations had been pr vi/Ufy'mad
'Sell daughter the month commencing on
said Alice composedly. \ou ,have me : your ruffians, who doubtless supposed frst. .
I very be an by two will also with :
she .
that ofl er"
home may '
proide. '
a trouble on your wealth on his person. Transportation Presl-
I given yourself unnecessary miser to have great ? appointed
and regularity Wa \M.O. JdfeV! a
the account; and I must entreat of,you, wil hout lady father answered lice Madly eager to retain possession of the certainty all prodnce'destined for, and coming lef- ,lent. Mal ir Yice-President, andS.
further delay, to leave the house."Nylear "YOI know, have enemies who earnings of th'aday., and possibly of many river The rates of freight P. 'Crews' lry. The Pres rent
to ![ feel ev: "we many made1 desperate"resis- from Chareston for
; madam, permit me IY rively you.1'"I more; the old mail arose' and announced' proceedings .
of to annoy
r too great ah interest in you; my happ iness w !know anything have," said the miser saes Ily ; tance, but was ulimately overpowered, wit be reasonabe. ,the Jay The Declaration of Independence

) is too deeply involved 'to'allow me 1 10 drop we torture .0 Alic, If. 1 stabbed, and felled to ground ; when The Shkne.In New: Orleans :was'i a'dln a.clca "audiWe phd ,1mpINe!

; the coolly. If.the ocurrenci' of "but this is ::a new onl a in Captain Dinsley, who ..was accidentally manned by JoWph.M.Crewsi: .! wtlcb '
reach later.6' any
from : r this uIJ transpire) alked thought you could should encourage soon look for my within hearing! :ruhed.to ,his assistance, and The New York .Commercial Advertiser [Dr. Samnel T_ f>I y'arwe and detered a 4

C of at mess tomorrow, give me your En clioil my abslc"y savings 1.1iay bave encountering the ruffian, afer a severe con- gives the substance of a private dispatch received lengthy I Bl eToquenl Oration, : )

a to refute' the gossipotthat young ]pu I'P's return in vain The'scanty shall in' dangero were given New Orleans bjra gentleman in seltlmlBIS of glowing patnptis-in", '
accumulate, tom
her being so dear to you"allow, ra'e.Uhave '! I pinched myself to knows w e lffict "hiI, succeeded in, disabling both, that city. The-.wanls of Uie ji'ner man1' having

I Miss Cripplegaii's "authority i 101, con bestowed,unclaimed Iall I. who from aninter. gelic and leaving them expiring ojn the ground, It says that a universal panicpervades been ttfftfed at a table. bountifully :spread
co find them 1 If .that il was the of all kinds is suspended;
tradicting the assertion.11. you Alice I lake lifted the,old thecity ; business with all ftuj\reqiiiwte5, -
f "I must beg entirely to decline,thterest < purisypfy6urcbildhood'ravine,of the, wiI i n'or of' mar'.nd be had rescued ; but, and houses and stores are closed.;, '1he (feast of Irtpu and tbe1.lw

ir't saul Alici I 1sing, my grave in some olnta father of the dispatch,implores big resumed, when ,
you take in me, And the too lale.The.undivided. The writer ol the soul1''was < .
the if impatient for his 'departure1'correct nd to ditch t>y the waysidel" covered po bis. ltle attention of all. was: now friend to arouse the'people of the East and dent of theday read the following.! ..regulartoasts
) a be: miser sank into a chair, seemed to be ,behalf of the sufferers -
a mistake .which will probalsnfficienl a for the first time ilame. her given to the old man,. who North>to liberality on l of ihe'day: :
of the whole : Lir, by with hip hands, and, officer, hoping that send aid as promptly as posihle.or *
I explanation af life Alice mw him shed tears! Her first i dying; buJ the young and to for 1. 'T6Daf to
hastened perish
I informing you 'that Wbeally is.my"Wheatly11 I throw her arms ,0uII J his help might n come too late, .it will be to,late; Many ,Etaof
deig linrulsewas to In f min.' aid and the want of physicians fet
: echoed -the }young (Ifcer she 'wished to check, not ,curhe' barracks fora surgeon. a want"of medical forgotten t. nor ,1 its, history cease to" be
neck but el
'What! is Ned WbeMly your troth el I returned, Dinsley thoughtfolly U i painfully felt.' .'
)- thoughts that nme j utes .they prtciousto'Uie.American reuple
) the. painful agitated wine.with there will note
be the audacity to be your CUSI 1" age I of taking precaution of.bri.n ing From present appearances -\ galaxyof
e tyas said ; fnricenOnjiiiiolSlale3
: Ither," and for this purpose she ,I the.ar' III tbe to thepatient'seemed tend the sick'and 2. lie
"I thankful, sir'l;hat he .i is.my bl little of which Administered' left living sufficient ,
i : am his attention- E:f"There 111s blgiveu en: a him, a and Freedom Fortitude and Vi :
to diverting consciousness : .
apr. dead.DANGKROUS
"What o s fool I must be at to give the .r "
an'ofc I would havt I message for,you, father ; ,)'ouare_ to, ;- .-.. .L. '"Alicelnivdauzhter I11 were the bur --5- "3. George juiiigZon'-lt.: IU
b you, Mit six .o'clock;, orruw"qu strrngLrL. :'nl"' LELP.TheNashilte Banner '
Inn-aby should
i- the Georgia ; of
world have aroused one spark of words he ,suttered IJrofdelce'tbafbe
the to ,
i 'a rest in that frigid heart of yours"aof !I now,p morin to accompany a gentlemaii I : a first taleface watching .over him., "Do,.yon that 01 the 25th ut. a' large that his! Countiy might call, !?.
I In t '. reprls' assembled! tu the
I. he felt 'witnes
tune @ W course, your only feeling for me"contempt '/i be i said v Crilplegait'to? lo< t ty E into weep for memy child .1":\he, '.said as Watkins from suspension: 4. 'Tke'Conai'tutiaa nftht
; 1 know '
With thousand'anolog a'- hetearsJroping'\ fast upon leap of a Mr,, ,- The Chirter'of L.berly and,
tlever it being
to neck some accounts.' [Tbe miser w.asaVan : I havedraged bridge,at tbatplace'into the water, I -0 )
iby Iaveslnnedj, the United fizates.
risk-of breaking
face low me to r-n'th accountant, and made a gooamoiiey d.at: of for'me.'Alce ; But it descent of 110 feel. At the hour; appointed .5.; .T Pal/n'of
in. poverty. a ,
I came of scorn United Sto? ;
IO : going: out as byarrangingthe entangled aaa Irl you 1hro withsudden the on the lower I side '6. the :
*" "Tb "mode ; he mounted
the V_ "Certainly. said Alice, bankrupts or careless book.keeiiers.1I rButY was'all,for jou.atjast-! .he.8de: ,bed 1 ramnl hat to the ,asseou defence of.r"gof s the standard berd-
gbt t blm of the bridge waivd '
raising ,
of ibpugb harmless to you, need rlection. i**' i nergy, Ieiid the architect
shall > the leap.! Star Spangled
I the
think go ; you of B"naer"
; fgrel who I I do not feebly grasped bled I ipult.tnde l ,. gave ,
There mat 't***,
so to me. if riiy"and when,seeing he *
on I I, not prove, ainst ._ ,,1 ought to. have thought .ccomln' ) EIwar.e' sister f Jake of the water feet foremost intended of our'national Jloryi
she bv would readily turn such an incident I I 'poor: motherless girl-left heJples!. hint! : AMyl these.} your rambling walK! striking,he. fell partly' opol.his.bek';witH a 7. Th ".Navy t' 'United. S/a/ej-The
inhere I -from :
: it us: your thoughtless friendless in this hovel 1, No, Isalrl()t go.her from hence, and steaU concussion; 'came guardians vfourCotnrnereeibe pride of'ipuFlagthroiighouthe
through violent 8 tat .
the i; at all, and the;mere 'lcumslr ICe:0: Alicewhoim3inedherfathet d sink arberethieves may.break lleoty..of( siuface be was l 'swjm He ,.niyerS : t* .

; it. your'being l quitting i the housefather's r tntodesondency' and, diejif, be gaveusual ,' iphts Take her tq the' ,city/' ; I'f gold, 'my to wOl the like into a canoe aJ'enveye.mhl&' ,8,, Tht oCJItice "
( be sufficient < ccasion : to Yes: he'rfumphandy ihe" Gonslitotion.
it absencemay" avpcalions, now began, frcwn du y% ; Iold.} sid ; cily ; usI1.rljured and the guardiaa'of- ., '"*
aU --- lclginga-not_ m-t 'Ct f
ie for the gosfti i p of,out enemies. his ,going gradually awakeni i z;: the.; II snail J zo'tb thi.t 'J; the" eity-of -- -, 9. Con&reu''Jikf Unler :IUIa -.-'
Till :'father urge the'wall'is'of jasper find ,
,"Then5 'U Wtostay youjreturh'sV .. avarices by'represent tl, the wbCre iKt mvKtenousftS'VapiAin d EIa Unis1wbkh .seems Responsible foeittesuteris,$ of: thrwhple
ed. ; te. ruling passion; >v>th '"_ TbeiCourier ,
d be'asked!very "coolly> ; of !: or |je r purgo4) .( ;; 1* luspJred. witl
lack they
and their : money l,1 ,41.t 'affectiO'iand.ireligiott, intbiconfidenceofMrSOUle, : eo.untry-May, eUf
: : insist 8Y' .
K>n the contrary, I' must (' YOlr t'rofi! roverca ne bia uciatioQf, i .\ to b .: .'
i I on k&p,1This feirb'ack&nd expired "determinattwtf -
t whh'tpe'fixYd i
up --ssitI. iol !
the" iJity iziir :
the he ThDcdaratiovfJndependencesj'he,
ifistantlyftoavoid .and bu stFec.- That
,: goes ;
; i i jjomg >for daughter the misers the ,
f anxiety ,
> teal Dnsley'whoduriibg; l '
r vjjj eoitlo
; acquire for tho 4j'priii- :
: exert every .world/wf.
l. meeting'tblm."t. : b\Dgfr tbqua to ou ;
tonswerequickly4rausmuted 'Itoa'i beenleaning oil Cu cemn\10'h.
:. done" 'said Me: ypdnjgraveiy ;' r etclamaiionsf bad Mr.Pierce ;al .hirtbpgtit of
.thehOof h
"I : f lig Presidener
have :
h .
: edn .
I : 'J: 4 h ipIeao(1jberJ
forgoldY: !
viOnith'e ;, by ? "r
? ; l'b.111 ye4Jfl .a'I!* $ : *
a4 fegrej.f ; lis' rner" f J ba&1aneastioila ,
as ,
r: J JJ 'pf ; hrk at4men4 : '
dayt IAtce dl hecber1sheathebOP0f 'r"'l.i' "
ad < the > certain'-that -
'olo\lg tr be
behaviouiin" oincrcse
b''ul fJiilice1pow,! ivowaU' U ,11ot'lela ,1ol'Ubertyft
.tba' ) : own Tbi.'Ster
: ;
: ; ip I. aban > paleranilwilba whatmeaijs ; f
< ; \ d deadly' 'Bjr
uneasitrust' leftc.hirt.by >uddenly.turp : success* :
hatiiven 'y'oiia'moment'e | (xj 9- scenet roouonlecs; 10?the : !." ; 'iPrPrind'oi th

*' *. i$ sirall soon_::bave'aii advatiagebcf6ri..oppditiappearihgMo ilifI(! of n terf,Of.b-bybecolotte'& lad:r; the > !: 'bea't:*jrn's\ >kf e;. ifl'!the, t conflict :i.,bi/secreU"fixed i his But it does aol-seem hi plan ,land : &:the, .en_aesecursb, ,
lias .nDeI
S. ; more} taksittboine.'feOivheraher ,' ground-a' hla that be 'n O\Y 1":: r..ik.
of j *beii, bong himself out' after h?. ''lsblor tented lone to\hrbadt: : &1 aYI.gracios1:'1 given. whCkbC1ft4; .contriye&,t ,"J aach etropg.excitf.';wttt' :' *; *for heileclmed tp rceirom'he $ Jg.jTA; ; :UncnTtsEouTkpwot'tortb' ,.
hicb.ethe *
:; rd of ij;; >reseutaiioii! ai courtf*his Toot sthi I Ii \btiIl'; t ..word'othipdi'BOW .: vjq3o,9 1 handkerchief-bI'tusbled J \bii .hitherto} tary:of/Staje anyinstru ..nwbatePrtoscerntt1e no & ilHntX 4 i:Ww'bj|, -e.t
I 'ic
f : i i waVprecipiiated: ;very:;uceWmrrludtOttJ'CrPM. 'itherand.\YAh *' convmced;;he-da\ neXbf, :th ,\ rre8b.tc \wrttf;', da M'v.futkati4entiti ; of\\1*ii'Ights'and' ;I JoCA'Vw' : -l";sdlafr.
i1 I oart
idu th ie't1oht dl re1btln. prncalran4real Jec of our1o(f
rewywadlor ,
: ; le. anA tgnolI! \posit i9 be>/ :fb"e rfcwa .or \' ;. .tf.-lk: t paur. his inissib1" ""P* pttb. net

Ofri ff ahswer.wXMice* utqustyaw i ,
I : rrm-b1 :r :, and of despair ha4 been.. .' silentl-f ,: ,,' ,
off wayCt1lotbe knb infract : .
ll (
ly, tiroping ,ib she should. \ of ijr 'I r -
Im tvu cOte4 .. .
\ \the cottage. --. : ; .

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J. 'weiWbligethe .MaEorroa: To,0'. HeaHa.\ :
< youcvmsh .
:' ; .. fto distance i -'from the s on w ;at1gtbesnggesUOn i which ; J n .
'brightness ; headhofr "g1&Tfipio
:'J : article under the
.;. ...;., t' -tbe ornaments and conservators of society, now thirty !millions pf.niles;-.but fontbe : fraveinnKfp{I,yg1ng, pifal). : of which : The Common. Council(have appointed"|j
{ t Aewlori perusal
..' 'I-.:1 la peace our angels in war. our, heroines ; :, ."., earth.. .it is two.' or three. .tlmei more remote.' this new accommodationfur-jthern ; but we : a' that the IIDSCtor of the several ,Ward* ar ftj,

tll- YOLCSTKR TOASTS. '. ,w::C; BOND.' will; aYtba same time orido all this, by stating would induce a stranger to'sappose Town the following named
,. AOKS01f.VIL'LE: : : ,
-- -
' ''Cambrldge ObsentoJ7"A.g.2O' S53. 'C. '" steamfjoat running i between. this place cnteeaI
Adam American Indepen North
By Feigle '- tnat: bere is,another line to the" they hereby. respectfully .
: reue
dence. and Thursday, September, 1853' [JFVout the Sat'aftnah.J1omiftl. New3Tli. : w\ICTi. better deserves our patronage." Charleston- was the only means of_ communicating serve as such : tb t

44 Union By Henry,they must MaHair-i-The be',reeerve&Constitution: '. McElrath" Comet-' ; It may,'perhaps, be wellenough for. s.to :with the,North., Savannah. :Upper Ward(west of Pine street,to
ZWe 'again in receiptof 'You do not even allude to the Dr. C
for porate A. S.
By R. Buck-Woman-The first to love and for our readers to .remember, Baldwin Gea
as, and the last to leave us. & Barker's republication! of Dickens' House. Mr. Thompson :-A comet of some considerable say the,futare'that.'in 'no case where we may line, ,r.give: to the latter .city any credit Smitlu and' ,Walter Kipp. ''*.

By S.:T. Day-State's Rights-The surest hold Words. interest to an observer has' been on for sustaining a semi-weekly communicationat Middlt Ward,, (all 'east of Pine street "
__ for several find to devote to, and time to pen, an Market street.-Dr.
bulwarks against anti-republican tendencies. ., exhibition in the heavens here' room H. D. Holland !
Tbe Contituiiofl and the Union-the sheet The New: Sleaoier. evenings. As no notice has yet appeared in allusion or recommendation connected with a time 'when the trayel was cienqoremunerate Turkne.tt, and n\Iorris Kiel Ju,

anchor of our peace_ at home and safety The steamer'.' St. JbAn'a-- reached here from any of the papers of the day, a short'' description any particular interest, though we may be the proprietors.The Eastern Ward(from Market street to Ha.
abroad.' is here proffered to tbe-Kwjv: The comet wf intend to- trip can be made by any of the sea Kan's creek. ,J.- S.
Savannah, on FridayMast t agreeably to the naked eye and entirely silent as to othersVdo A. Ilurdk'iJ.E
By. B: Moody-the reader of the Declaration is plainly visible to t expeditiously and cheaply by Townseudand J.
steamers as Barbee.I.
and Orator of the day we celebrate mention which we made in' our issue of can be seen for about an hour, when it passes wards'.thosc.others. ,any.disparagement or SWART.

-,May they ever remain the steady supporters the day previous. She brought a number below the horizon of the western heavens neglect. way of S4v n ab.- Prudent of&of "
.. l-
of of goods
of patriotism.By # The difference cost sending Jacksonville,An*.2,1833.The
of Irom fcavannan, availing :
passengers -
'A. J. .Prevail-Woman-the last, the "On iU long travel of a thousand years." The Hew Orleans Dead. by. the two routes may be seen by the following .
themselves for the first time of a trip to the "
best and fairest work of creation. You see th e'nucleus, the train, and general has been-sent abroad that the bills, which we annex for the' informatien Blacksmith's Shop
By \\'m.05tein-General Zachary Taylor' "rjver of lakes," the interesting city bearing phenomena,< but not tbe corneta horrenda A report -

and the brave men who fell in the battlefields the santly patronymic, and the intermediate magnitudinis of Hallay's, the father of com pressure upon the labors. of- those.employed of your readers : What a common-plac theme for aaitoriaf .

of Mexico-L" them not be forgotten. points on the trip. Many of our own citizens ets. When observed last evening',(long.22) in intp.rring the dad: of New Oilcans! was so SAVAXNAH, Jat.16, 18j3. -the Blacksmith's Shop'J airj '
tt Co. :
availed themselves!! of this opportunityof the comet was in positionsome;: distance great, that burning of the bodies had to be Messrs. F. Waver To, S. M.LaQteaa, Dr. with morning's dawn, and ,the tain*
By S. P. Crews-George Washington; North East of the star Zosnia, in the con-
May his memory be an ever-green in the taking a trip up the river and of going, stellation Leo, and a little west of Coma resorted to as a means of disposing of them. 1853, Floridaon tation of my ears,is the' ring of the steadf

hearts of the people, as the Magnolia. the round to Augustine-to the inducements to Berenice, travelling with rapidity to its This report was copied by the CbarJe'stonjlecury June 3, For expenses 5 kegs Butter by steamer, and freight, hammer upon neighbor SEDOWICX'S a'i .

S pride of our forest. which every effort was made to contributeby perihelion a course that will pass between and denied by the New Orleans to Jacksonville |4 75 "Clink," "Clink," "'link,' it goestinmatin
By J. E. Ogden! -May the same spirit Delta Leonis and Xi U. Majoris, having a : thus beautifullyrecurs July 16,For expenses by steamer Augusta music of -.
the officers agents, &c., of the steamer. press. The Mercury again industry-every stroke
that existed in 1776 still exist in the rising ascension at the time of about 177, ,on 6 boxes Cheese, and fr't, lead
generation Our friend, Capt. SnAw, of the Gaston, we :. and right a declination North of about 260. Viewed to the subject : to Jacksonville, 3 03 ing too that, a the vibration of a pendulum

By T. J. Prevatt-Franklin Pierce of observed on board, taking a recreative trip, through a telescope, there is shown a "Horrible Rumor." 't778Messrs. denoting the progress of time, it denotes'

New Hampshire, President of the United preparatory to a northern hegira. The well defined nucleus, solid and opaque, ap. Under this head the New Orleans Bulletin F. Waver Co., also the progress of events. Why do

States: the soldier, patriot and statesman. of the Gaston will certainly miss parently of the size of the planet Jupiter.The i indignantly denies the report circulated To J. W. Caldwell, Dr. both music and morality in the IIi
Theophilus Weeks-George Washington patrons train follows directly in the course of throughout,; the country, that the dead had 1853. rn',1. jblackwitb'a
-The hero of the Revolution and father him for a while. We have already given the comet; enveloping half its disc and appearing been burned in that city in consequence of F'eb.2, Freight per steamer Marion 5 hammer! I bath mae l.

of our happy country. the dimensions: &c., of the St. John's. She; about three times the width of the the difficulty of providing for their burial. kegs Fatter 6 boxes Cheese; cause the note blends with morning song oftfe

.By James Ostein May politics never is a very neat and commodious steamer, and nucleus, without any, or very little diver- We say without hesitation' we are sorry to per drayage Carolina, wbfge, and- freight. -, f 10 59 feathered chorister, and bath a moral i,

lend the tree of Liberty.By will doubtltss'come in fora fair share of gence, and strikes over a space of the heavens see the denial, and still more sorry to see it By which you will perceive that the Charles its breaking on a forest ,stillness
R. Yoiingblood; -The tree of liberty of about five degrees. As this comet is made in a form that seems like repelling an anu
planted by the signers of the Declaration of the business to and from this region.A one of those casual visitors whose elementsare accusation, heinous criminality. Why is ton boat charges over thirty-six per cent. tomed t such sounds. A little ,tgone, J

,Independence, watered by the blood of our brass band brought by the boat, enlivened at present uncomputed by astronomers, this! ,The burning of the dead and the en- more tban the Savannah line. We will the Blacksmith's Shop was' a conspicuous

forefathers-May its growth be perpetual.By the adventure with strains of fine a more full description from some of.our observatories shrining of their purified ashes in vases or : show the original bills to any person who establishment within the village, and of
Win. J. S. Prevatt-The three greatest would have much interest to the monuments, was the custom of a people .e
Generals-General Peace,General Plenty music. curious. ST. MART'S. who, of all others that ever lived, were I may wish to see them. village an important component., T

.. and General :Satisfaction. FIRST BALE OF SEA ISLAND COTTON.-A most distinguished for their reverence for' Yours, respectfully, stroke upon the anvil where then tbe strong

By J. M. Crews-Our sister county of bale of Sea bland cotton was received here Steamboats the rights of sep lture. The custom, there- F. WAVER & CO. pulsations of its youthful,heart,and the De,'

Marion. yesterday by Messrs. WAY & KING from the fore, comes to our remembrance, hallowedby JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 29, 1853. settler who aspired to tbe honor towns-
Col. Mitchell, of Marlon, being present, plantation of E. BRANNIN, Esq., of Bulloch We are always ready to say any thing all that is religious andllft>etical!, in the betook himself o
responded in a few eloquent and appropriate county, Ga. The quality is fine and the comporting with truth which may be desiredin remains of that literature which has civilized Yellow Fever at New. Orleans.. manship a new 'clearing'

remarks. bale well put up. This is, we believe, the behalf of the steamboats running either and delighted all after ages. for bis domicil, with awful deference t the

The day was pleasant, and nothing occurred first bale of Sea Island cotton that has been between this place and Savannah, or be; Turn then, from the beautiful and solemn Despatches in the Savannah New are smithy, or asthough it impersonated some]
to mar the enjoyment of the com sepulchral ceremonies of the Greeks, in
sent to market this season. as follows : mighty Vulcan, who with ron'finger poTutedi
pany. tween this place and Glarleston. Having, which the sacred flame robbed death of all NEW 22.
[Savannah News of Saturday.The ORLEANS Aug.
W. M. JEFFREYS. Pre't.S. in the opinion of our corespondents, Messrs. that was disgusting and corruptible, to the YELLOW FEVER AT NEW ORLEANS:-The him to his allotted place. Aba! strong maio.
first bale of Sea Island cotton
P. CREWS, .sec'r}. received Waver & Co., done injustice to the Savannah intramural burials of large cities in our time. total number of interments yesterday were human willjand human want, weak a they. !

here, was by Bisbee & Canova, on boats not alluding to them in our and especially during the visitation of fatal 315, being fearful increase- the previous are sometimes, are, when.occasion maketlr
the Conttituttonolitt.lietter last from the plantation of JohnE. by and judge which of the two '
From Augusta Monday epidemics, mortality. To-day the total number of proper, strong enong? to OYe
from Tuten, Hamilton county. 40 cents per paragraph last week proposing through speaks most touchingly of reverence for the deaths reached 285, of which 265 were by thou hast!sinews f.the
Judge Berrlen.ROCKINORAM even though
trips to New York, we should certainly, in dead. Look over the descriptions of a few yellow fever.
.. lb. offered for it, apd refused.
Aug. 20,1853.To were ,, their estimation, confirm the implied chargeof years past, of the cemeteries of London, NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 23. those with which Tubal Cain .made pliant

the Editor of the Georgia Citizen Local Items. doing injustice, were we to decline pub- where burial was done by jobbing companiesand The interments to-day were 258, including the inflexible steel. Human want delights

SIR: Your paper of the 13th ir.st.! was what consider a becoming de so little earth wasted in covering the 234 by yellow fever.A in the beautiful, the.symmerricaJ, the oru
lishing they
received by the last mail. It was sent to If the week in which the Railroad dead, that human carcases were the every late despatch'in the Charleston Courier mental the chasie. It will '
many boats. We i not -
unknown doubt with fence of the Savannah must day food of dogs and obscene birds. Lookat ant trI '
me by some person! no accidents at the North occurred, has been all the cities of times thus reports : I nacle in the wilderness,' when it
kindly intentions, and so I have received it. say, however, that we think there is no room great tropical our can h.
pronounced by a "a week of wherein during epidemics, the cemeteriesare NzwOaz.rANsAng.21, 11.31 A.M. domicils of taste and
It contains an article which states and ap cotemporary for the supposition, based upon our paragraph The interments for the twenty-four hours beauty t

llfovelthe determination of some ofmy fel weeks," we ran with equal stress describe that the Charleston steamer was the of unmitigated redolent of pestilential disgust. Then vapors ask and, if scenes this : ending Wednesday morning, were 232, of dwell in cities. But what of human will!

low-citizens to vote for me at the approachIng the last month experienced: : in this region as a "only means of communicating with the is really reverence for the dead, which persists which 199 were from the yellow fever, It is aggressive transforms itselftrato iknighterrant
election for of the State,
a Governor of months." We have had recordof thus showing a. falling off in the number of that obstaS
"month tilts
which imposes upon me the necessity of North." We have frequently spoken singlyof in making them at once a poison and a deaths the in against ia
"local items" which would have kept a loathing to the living 1 reports published some of the its path until it them. It.saTta
addressing, through you, to those who have the Savannah steamers, and in the very Northern papers. to the contrary notwith removes no-

formed this determination, a respectful request reporter for Bennett's Herald up to his eyesin same paper in which our last week's para PIne Apple standing. to piles that mar the sieht, "Get theehence,

thai they will forbear to execute it. business. About three week's since, the graph appeared, was to be found the adver- In Vicksburg anJ Natchez the epidemicis thou sphynx, thou barbarous image of the

I am not insensible be to the from"compliment"vbicb iron safe of Mr. James Livingston, mer- &c. of the Savannah line. The Nassau (West Indies) Guardian says raging, and everybody, who can, is past! I want the space than occupied fo
\ might implied it-and still tisement, terms, ,
lessamjl indifferent to the good opinion of chant of this place, was opened, in the Neither can our non-allusion to' the Savan- that the pine apple speculation has been a leaving. _ _ mine ease, my mansion-go!" Thus deal

iny 'countrymen. Nor do I. question the night-and some five hundred dollars taken construed into losing one this season. Many fruit vessels Foreign News. etb waWand will with such ride things as

tight of every citizen to vote for whom he therefrom, the safe having been openedwith nah boats be withholdingcredit have returned from the United States, to the Blacksmith alone feel
pleases; but our most absolute rights are to for sustaining a semi-weekly! communication The steamship, Arabia and Pacific bring
and all make the .
be exercisedjWilh a just regard to those of its proper key, and the key safely at the time when the travel vas same complaint.Pine the latest intelligence in regard to the East- the pressure. ,dismaaId >

The nece consequence of the pro- back entrance of the store was found openin All this would have been going very far out- low as $21 per hundred and there can The London Morning Pout boldly asserts as many a .!beneath <

posed measure, would be to diminish the the morning, through which of course be now scarcely a probability of an improvement that the Danubian principalities will be axe of the the monarch of
vote of Mr. Jenkins to the extent of the of our way, in making a suggestion; in'compliance evacuated by the Russian forces in the first
the of the in the American fruit reason
have price, as
'Votes which may be thrown away upon me, perpetrator robbery must with a casual request from a sub week in September, and that soon after the the forest, and the 'sovereigns' too,:fall

and thus by indirection to increase the rela. entered. A portion of the money belongedto scriber, who has no pecuniary inteiest in is so fast approaching. The extreme back French and English fleets will retire from beneath the axe wielded to. give room to t

tive vote of his opponent. I do not ask if Mr. John M. Payne, Druggist, he having the Charleston boats whatever. As we wardness of the fruit, and the consequent the Turkish waters. new dynasty of Man.

this is! a fair, open, manly exercise of the short absence detriment to its size and Savor, has had jhe
during a placed it in the safe LONDON Aug. 13.-A from St. '
elective franchise. The appeal which I stated in our paragraph, this request was Can you realize with me the 8'rt masle
for security.The effect of producing this unfortunate result, Petersburg, dated the 5th instant, states that
make is a personal one, and to that, with a made some time ago-so far back as June and the moral from the Blacksmith's! Shop
single remark, 1 will confine myself. sleeping apartment of Mr. Isidore V. \"hith"a8, however,anticipated at the early the Emperor Nicholas has definitely accept I awake ; dawn the
last-the person who made it at the same ed the proposition made by the four with'tbe mri g' a
My relations with Mr. Jenkins are, and Garnie was entered week before last, at part of the season. powe"
time handing the extracted advertisementof for the settlement of the Turkish question. frt salutation of mine ear U that m ste>
from his early youth have been, such as to
night, evidently with the intention of rob- stated the following Steamship Ashore. Despatches from Trieste state that the I cast a look the r I
forbid me silently' to acquiesce in such a use the steamer O'preyvhich through op win\

. of my name; nay, more, they require me bing ; but Mr. G. being on the alert, sprung terms from Charleston : On the 23d, the steamship- Arabia arrived, Porte accepts without modification the pro see the sombre shop, i in hazy light,.
from his bed at the intruder-with posal drawn up at Vienna.An .
thus to appeal to the cense of right of ho- such
Cabin passage to Philadelphia, $15 reporting that a steamship was ashore on extraordinary ambassador to painteJ against the background of green !I.
norable whether it is and w
men, just to me, precipitation, however, as to enable the "
Steerage, 6 leave Constantinople for St. rest trees as the combinations of a beauteous
Shoal believed
to the Pacific
proper to them, to force upon me a position latter to elude him, and make bis Through tickets to New York. 17 Petersbur.
which is inconsistent with escape with the Sulan's decision, as landscape. The thought that strikes
utterly those re- which it was known was on her way sn a
through the door. Upon this it was suggested to us to pro Russian troops were ordered to evacuati the
latinns-to make me an instrument, a mere from The arrival of the Pacific me with solemnity-the mental pivot upon
unwilling instrument, to defeat (if by possibility i- Next, we have the loss of a pocket book pose to the Charleston boats from this placeto Europe. principalities.Great which all subordinate fancies turn, is

that should be the result) the electionof by Mr. John H. Madison, containing about give through tickets to New York, for since, however, sets that supposition at rest. Excitement Con.claniinople-Threai. thr
a man who has been through life not I Still there is much conjecture afloat as to the ened Turki-h Revolution. although in a country long in the ha.o
$150-supposed to be clandestinely taken the single or round trip, at a charge still
merely my political, but also my personal: 'vessel, and the Captain of the Arabia is Despatches from Constantinople dated civilizeJ man, in this particular Ipt,a
from his pocket. A man, hailing from : more reduced than that advertised for the the 31st that intense
friend 1 I rely on the justice of those to much blamed for not having to her July state excitement upon these miniature confines, fa
whom I aJdress mpelf-on that high sense Kentucky, named Spalding, has been arrested separate lines. That we weie in no haste gone prevailed there, in consequence of the refusal the forest for the use of man,and the ecbots

of honor which is the distinguishing char. on suspicion of this robbery, and is to comply with the request-although, as! lief. of the Hospotlars of Moldavia and Wal-

acterisiic of Southern freemen, for the success now in Jail. we saidJn deference to the individual from METHODISM in BALTIMORE. corres- lachia to obey the summons of the Porte to of the Blackmith's hammer through the ,
of this appeal. J I assure myself that repair to Constantinople. The old Turkish air, is as new and impressive thoif &
:this determination wilt be abandoned on reflection A few nights after, the jewelry store of whom it came, our previous inattention tit pondent of the Provincial Wesleyan reports party were indignant that fears were en- a when "the a West
as well from a conviction that it is Mr. C. D Oak was burglariously'entered was inaJvertant-Is.evident from the fact that there are in Baltimore 127 churches, affording tertained for the safety of the city. A revolution hey were contemplated

inconsistent with a manly exercise of the by boring with an anger through the back that we omitted to do_ so until late in August accommodations tor 99,150 persons. was regarded as imminent. was a great unknown. As the sweet song,

" elective franchise: as from a tense of its injustice window,'and removing the bar of the same, after the World's: Fair, to which it had part- Of these churches, 43 are Methodist Episcopal Wreck of a Stea'mhip_ of industry, stripped of mLnphoric' association

- A single to me.oiher remark. I infer from the thus admitting the buglar. A considerable ly reference,,had been long opened. And and can accommodate 26,150 persons ; The steamship Monumental City was to I, shall ever love the sound of ,the

.article which occasioned this note as wellas amount of valuables was taken from the even when we made the suggestion, the factis 4 are Protestant Methodist, with room for tal1 *her on from the 15th Port of May last, Blacksmith's hammer; and a one. of .thed
on way Philip to Syd-
from the public papers, that some persons store ; but a clue to their whereabouts was we took the pains to examine. the advertisements 3,150 ; 5 are'African, "Methodist, and can ney. It is stated that 35 perished. solid stakes, marking the progress of.1

belief that lie is, as it has been expressed, "the selves' found in the back of the Methodist doctrines there is church The Arab with subjugation. of the soil of a IecntulcDt
Toombscandidate.1' I do not so understandthis yard dwelling. Philadelphia steamers, and in them we find. room ship the Bombay mailson

matter. It I have been correctly informed of a Mr. Manny. This person was arrested, : the advertised passage $25 to New York, for 3,000 more. board, loundered at sea. One, hundred I shall ever muse, while stands it where r1 #

the of Mr. Toombs and learn and seventy-nine Lascars: were drowned. eyes can gaze upon if, interest
vote in the Con- we confessed the transaction, and $20 to Philadelphia. As we saw no We learn from the New Orleans Delta \"il rapt
nntlon,"WIlS given to Mr. Miller, of R ch- implicating the aforesaid purloiner of the advertisement of through tickets from Savannah .- .Latest Advices from China. upon the Blacksmiths Shop.
jnond. His subsequent advocacy of Mr. that Dr. Jacjues, who was a surgeon on The latest accounts from China representthe "

Jenkins is an act of jut deference to the pocket-book as an accomplice. The principal to New York for $17, we certainly, board of a Danish man.of.war in 1847, i Imperialists as preparing to retake Amoy. Scientific

will of the .great majority of those with in this case, being allowed egress out- so far as cheapness to our own travelling states while the vessel was at Rio, during II The insurgent forces were .within four days flg.Another Woadel'-tl-. J
whom he was politically associated side of the door of the prison march of Nankin. A TAT T UYPPc.-D. & *
as a through the community was concerned, bad not so muchto the of that private telegraphic TONS tr l-N
prevalence at
member of the nominating C"flvention-an leniency of the jailor, to hold a brief communication base a similar suggestion in favorof fever port, depatch'sa's they had beaten back the Imperialist J.ic. prepared from St
example not unworthy of imitation by those upon that upon the breaking: out of that diseaseon fleet from before Nankin, and that FOUIITH 8TOJIACH OF THS Ol,after d'red1 a.

who were represented in that boly. with a relative, suddenly demonstrated the Savannah boats, as the advertisement board of the ship, some six cases having they had ,concluded not to attack Canton Baron UEBEG, the great physiological,

I ask you, then, sir, to publish this note his belief in the "largest libertv": of the Charleston boats, in connectionwith occurred, the commander caused all on boardto until Septembe. 1st phia.* bv Ti J. s.is nouaaroN a .D.rMr remedy for**.

in the Georgia Citizen, and wkhdraw by making tracks. He overhfT! that line. tty wonder UNDIC'
my was Our silence in regard to the take morning and thimble A Floridian DIGEST/ON. ,JA '
every evening, a Defrauded.Mr. .
name from your columns.! :Aru ,1 rely as after a fine chase by LIVER IPUINT. C08nIP.1
a man Savannah line then
belonging constituted
well on sense of justice, as .. u .,' our good- full of white vnground mus'.ard teed, during and DEBILITY, caring' .
your on'our to u: >J. Pearson. He is again in limbo.In will for it. Win. B. Otway, of East Florid, MKTHOD.bv'KATCRR'S QWM AGL-ar GJ***"'
courtesy,.10 comply with my requesi. I the epidemic. No new cases occurredon mad New Ue "p'
a complaint at York,on the 19th. JUICE.
the course of this memorable But aside from Pamphet eontainioj8denhi
have availed myself of the earliest opportunity "month this we do not think, as board of the Danish vessel, though the belore a magistrate, against one Henry H. dence of its lle. r

which our tri-weekly mail affords to too, we have had a fresh arrival of we said before, that Messrs. Waver & Co.'s French and English ships suffered terribly.Dr. Sweezcoe, the reputed agent of Mr. Antonio O ee the aYrme '

present it to you. the Malaysian race as the crew ota northern inferences by any means follow ; nor have Jacques, further states, that he has Pelletier, shipping merchant, of 98, Wall- -
Very respectfully yours, vessel. One of these street, whom be *
preferred charges with
a chargeof they yet, as agents of a Jacksonvihhibranchof obtaining Poisoning.
JohN McPiieasoa' BERRIEN. often seen it tried in other instances
during from him false
4 ill-trement against the captain and the Savannah by pretences, the sum of who
line V.mia-
what ToUnd u
we epidemics of lever with $450 which &
success, and amount be paiI for two ..
lion. Butler King. awakened a good.deal of public, sympathy had hoped, and still hope, wilt, be done, that considers a sure. preventative.CoxsoLiDATiOJi tickets Tor.bimslf. and wife to Australia passage,' that whle Catr they ap Caomel bI' thepaW V

for his fate; but the result has been some they,will' ,carry-passengers through 'to.New. on board the ship Angelique. Warrantswere they a atu11 laving the **Jr.., *
This gentleman, formerly collector in San !. vies of salivation, loss of
of MEXICO.; issued the .dla.Ileb as .
sort IN Later dates by for
Franciscopublishes letter in a "compromise, and all parties are York ac cheaply as the Charleston line. magistrate the arrest ; &e. JW-
a the New
free of the'law.The from Mexico have been received. The of the accused, and placed in the hands of weab. column will be found he
scot .
The of aotbel an
; the publication tf of
York'vTrjbunf denying charge that be couple single billslot
Government has issued a.'decree Prince John .
; suppress- ofcer Davis Lord, and Dow- meat of HobcDak"Medicines, to whi =
: "_3r-< has b indebted, to the Government, ae S freight come very far short of doing, it. ing the title of sovereign as"applied to the brought Justice BogaV ,the aUetioD a directly Ikr f.'
has been'llt'Ked. He, mentions'several cir. Comet. People wishing to make the States of Mexico.. H. states that own and their chideu'! haUI .
cumstances, connected'with the office, it trip to the upon examination,. he can plaints J and all from LAt.t '.
as As. .this has for evenings World's Fair. will not wish to show'his entire innocence of any evil intent 1112u5 should "*. CJ '
was when he entered upon its duties, which many past at carry a great The" intelligence by the Arabia and Pa- in the transaction t7Jie you mae & -- .
above Uver'rw-
led to discrepancies in his tracted and been visible to the of this amount of flutter or Cheese named., He. was genuine Medcine.
accounts. He gaze eitberway. CVIc/ give a peaceful aspect to the Rnssolurkish committed to await examination.: It is ftJ-B -bat'ask tot Ho .'
adds moreover that all his accounts were i. portion tbe, population of the, world, we But the objections of"our friends, Messrs.W. question. ,The,"Chinese rebellion stated that there are a large of other Worm Syrup and Lye Pills, and .bs r'* teach

the thoroughly several branches examined of and the fully Treasury approved Department by. cojjy, a,few items of information bearing & Co., show ,to'vhat etriciionsnew5, : is progressing.FIRING -. persons who have been treated umbe in a similar HOBE has the none else the proprietor J.f,

under the late adl ini8tr&tion. Whether .: upon it(?) from our exchanges. papers may be subjected i iii their' desire to of CANNON.-There is a considerable corded manner above.to those.whose complaints are :1 SACK, alD1. .

they are to be and Subjected : The Philadelphia Bulletin i .This comply with a disinterested Arg'elique was to have
re-opened now says request. -They: diversity opinion existing among our sailed,on ,the I5tb, PILLs Ui""
: "gone.
to further is not known but comet, we understand, was discovered cannot with that yet HOLWt
scrutiny ; by comply request, withtmt citizens inregard to the expediency o! firing It i is bythe OLD '
Mr. King; declares bis entire willingness ,to Klmkerfus, ,Gotlingen, on the .10th. of enlarging upon 'the, merits of cannon, as has beendone for trjie two; time aleged the complainant that' at" the lt RUaDTIOR WOUND"t .
Jrrele"antin. past had .Sn.-Mr. Ma
v'.>..,. have thetgi submitted to ;any examination I June.. It will probably become brighter till i days. It U question that men, ,of science been attached for Icketstbt bip NoAE.i>*, p. r .
it its lerests-or steadbeing subject to v rllus claim by the '* ,
which may be desired. passes perihelion after which' ,it will imputation are'more dated AprU; 4
to' decide tOW&1.bl1.ter.
...... be lost i in th:: light of the sun.", of doing injustice those-'interests; competent upon: than aberif and also.) the U, S. Marshal and .numerons Instance* .hf.
laymen rand the
; whether
:advantages de accused of when Ointment and Filb nave.
Tint PRICE:or AMALGAMATION.'your. ,- Dr. Bond, the astronomer at Cambridge, If we: had been requested to make a sngges: riv d .from: the 'presumptive effect produced be,sold .the tick wa'awar > HoDow..mi to roftms S tba .r**:* ,f

gentleman; !itrn"of Scottish parent,, and I writes to the .Boston Traveller,. with reference tion in'cohnectionlwiih'trie'Savann'ai boats, in the atmospherr, .by;the concussion: occasioned (. gae'out.mor *Uy;;* L '.
now citizen of,the United States, 'advertises .. to ii i( as follows' : we" should t .not l have .deen; dJi'ec ay' to '. by jibe discharge: : of heavy :artillery, ,AnTroa ,NEW ORLEANS.-The ,IQb $-. give the saw a Ind 0' _b raspecUbla. .todd, -T :, ,(

in a city paper (I that has large abolition I "The comet discovered !-on, the 10th, of allu3e\ to .thaCharlestonboatsltr'- '> ". are greater than the' known\ evils, .produced tions in this city to.lhe Ward ,Cornrnitteeswho havo' been 'cure .-,by ;.their
:sympathies) for anegro'wife who is pos. Jane by M. Kl in kerf us, is'-now' risible:'to! any oth.ersj ) byannoying the nervously" sicjc and the bayethuskr'rep' rtid, to 'the; Mayoi', family. eD&rt ''P 'I'

yed"of a few thousand dollars. The 1 the naked eye, '. iq '..1I e\.yeatat about an aj d IfincdnhectioD;' : with 'the eligges.tioi lying! is a, problem thatis f far beyoni'ourability. amounted to $2,285rwhich'with the{ salient med feine*. which -, .

., adrertwr!' add*', thahe\. Ss a true Abolitionist I hour after sunset., wfrich i we. did.make,:we.had:Deferred' to to 'solve" We canionly' say, ,that contributed by b.e Corporation f; ,and Ir.oo Ullh0UheiWl .r-' .

:';' ', t(. of the English strip. ,, 'etc.{ efc.( We' have "Itu nucleus, "of, the brightne sofa' the circumstances.under which; the Savannah there have beeneame, grievous"Complaints forwarded by.as, gives" a total 'bf;>3433, '

no doubt we have pleiitr of such "Human- star of the third magnitude tail of,'one .'line.was first :established I! .bereVand its mad,of the'gre ( distress that this thunder contributed t by:'our city*.in aid.Vpf, the sufferera TL.. ;n;, ERMAN :

-ita.rian"among as. They have an" overpowering or two degreea in length can also be d jat tinpuished ing discharge otcannon."baa'cc nedhe' .of New;Orle anj. We, understand ;' 311 '
". affection for the .negroes'' or ne-, ,. extending<< upward. Thisint esh$ for, fr'rwafds suataining! .aVmUrwcekfy' ,ickFromphat; : >e learn the positive in\> that there.are a .f w. wards: '.tat.har: not' Dae: .G ooi.ie:

,. } -> grejM'doTar, which i is in. perfect, ,keeping ing! ,object has ,been., observed-by: astronomers : '.connection, "&.,_ 'i it would. ,, haveJookedyerjinuch jury iadoheVoatweighs. : any speculative yet beer reported,1andjwa'are request ; : ,: r! -
'with tbe'cprofesftions of ; in for;'one 'or!, two'' benefit,that.may'poqibly bi derfreda i :thetCpramjttcei ,
L t
philanthropy all monthspast"during ;; as ,tkouh3wo,}ia4;,Bald, ( $Itnei'Qm5; 'lu .
other refpecli.-ty. F Ex/rrw.. J which time it hu,beea gradually jncrraiing i !r.bKriber: we 'iUobl! I J 7ou-bT.; ihia.raodo cleartne .nd4pnrifying A Alt' the-*- v st.osbete4.Jo.8uuetifl -. to'the .Mayot wnJay.: .SavonwVywXfof. 1" t '' : )'
; '' ,; .n". ,! .'Saturday.,,fr:latt, ,' ':* : -!-: ;:., 1acKs. vlt! \,
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PORT :V %? .tf ; '" :.: : :. ;':* If attea4eJ.wftbcbiI5 mt ed<4by .* ,
Mr. SPENCER. BROOK*?, to MlwHAMILTON OF.JAC1NVLLE ., :: O''W' : k O. R'O'.FT ..'J l"' ;. 't10xr(Z5TLT wzw. ,- Ia the of Uw J'pi.
region ,
". J '
HOPKINS : ? ,' .. .. "t 'S'-m ." _. ,\_... The Inr" .t ';.
daughter .ETJUt.: ": + '' .jeIlorred tecge fc&t d : j
: ,' ;; ; : y ''; ,the Mia the .
B. Hopkins. Ang 2 Brig N.Y4 ; ; n1not's : Wharf : lag i tide to lueuwni, .. .
iI N : .
a" Schr J :. should the be eff ete4. sacaraiagme
allow me to ia .1 _, lb
say connection with then Ln.feUow.Young.&ert : Wholeiial .
pat I Brig : 'CH REEST,6iV. rally in the left with a sheet*y Vtheskiis -__

ab that among the variety of good things enJol'3 ..: .Schr United States, Babelder. N. Y. L 2 :' 7 ,S. ..C.' A Great. ,V Ale tT Clothing, &c.. becoiningofm .aliowsvsec OpJ "

wai apiue-applt of .moat delicious flavor, 25, Brig Eliia Ann, Importers and Wholesale Dealers m Foreign: L '"S 1. in.half ,.quarter casks' RIDER'S PATENT VUuSlNIZED S stools oa-lor.! This dl.b'i::
taken c. 26. Brig Crawford, Norton, N. Y. and Domestic banre.R kegs,' in boxes plp' GOTTA by the \ .
I saw from bush coltivated s, Cordials dosen each. V S .
bk thee by LlquOrta ,
I,,2.Sehr I3rooksyille,' Tibbetti, N. Y. Jamaica Lime Juice,do do dodo. PERCH. Ithey act directly npon tkWteftbsdisea**/' 's
Of General's accomplishedJady.LEQAU ".2 Schr Maria I I. Davis, Lavis.Charleston. iSegars, ., facuret$ Sardines, In whole half, and quarter boxes. OF mtW 1'. AIO JEUru IImlr. and then operating upon. the bl they expel .
of Lemon Syrup of superior quality rinilESB goods *re water-proof, free all the and vitiated the .
Brig S. Lamson
BUSINESS' R DaniehvN, Y.CLEARED. I Lblten.llakrl.Salmon< -and. ,Clams," inl M. unpleasant and.elastic tow aw I ,
LOCAL CARnS. pihl .
conttaniltt.on extensive tvppty
., Jeep M'uf. of India Rubber
: fallowing artwlet, which they are East India. boxes'or 9 fatty substances, DY PKPS1A. .
Aug Schr Hopkins. N. Y. ptpare" Prsred Gingr i'
2.Schr Min.st, Davis, N. Y.'I .- to till to City and Country' Mehan. thnr,Jars French each.Cherries in andjtcitt not deeomptse and become tticiy. Tie symptom ef Dyspepsia, and Ju rtrfouJ
utuallibtTaltcrmilCocif in boxes
J. P. Sanderson 26, Schr Abdel Kader, Brown,N. Y. each.. Bra.na; of 1 dox. They a.Ter different in character rrom any di.&I.are cll fa Use bead,besrtova,oppression -:;
c Brig Tarno, Fett, N. Y. AC BIUKDT.-J*J. Dupur, J. J. RoU, other made of Gntta after ut arising frosts
3 Fruits .1ID
I. 1tTO NET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I Brig John AUred Gray, Boston. Pinet, Castlon & Co.,-'J. Hennes. P.; assorted..'!Brandy, in boxes of 1 dozen each, eithct gos hertfor country or Europe,and are Perh. the stomach, ., ad nrlp
& .. Freres < 6tthewh&ebody. From this ft.
Schr J Prebble N. Y. dad .& Co.,
Do do in their warranted to itand all dimate .
OSlCD1h6IaDtm.ooranD.CltaZleklonvUle.JaD.17.1S50. 2 *
own juice, do do. .
J, & F.- the disease
MarteL' and choice'brands-in w tea dUomniird Ut#
Brig Catharine Nickels N. Y. : .
Nieket PiaFmiUdodo. Among the variety J>e found Coats, U"-ID
may of the Liver HOIN8ACK'SLIVER
tf So quarter and eighth in boxes CJoak
Brig Rebecca& Francis, cask ad Stuart's '" Lovering's Steam Refined Su Reefing-Jackets,
IS of 1 dox. each. Caps.l'oncbos. Oyeal" PILLSie the medicine to effet .
Schr Talbot Whitmore N. Y. -
James W. I 2.Brig Industry, Jewett ,N. Y. AMUICAI BRASDY 1th proof in imitation of gars. Caps, Camp manke horse permanent and lasting e.e they a by ehaag
Bryant in boxes Shower Mats
D and half boxes of 16 loaves Cover; Syringes, ,
Laf Pumps certain morbid action of
in hall
Dras lag *
24 Schr Florida quarter and eighth casks. ab
I Kinney,N. Y. lrnch pip Balls Pencil and Ink Erasers, Sportsmen' It y
t a action and Mood
helh fndernl.'M
la1.HOLL"D Do Crushed, in barL,.- Drinking Steam ,
Anchor Cnp.
I O CDtb.; tm.oordIlnCDa :For Sale Leaf GIl-Pine Brands. Coloie Do Ground or Pulverized in barrels. Belting, &e.Pfkin with a very T. F.a'al.

WHISKEY Clovr Irish Scotch. Do Steam, Refined Candy, in boxes of 45 Ibs. CHl3\P; AND EFFECTIVE'LIFE-PuE- Ton will find the.'rm.an invafoible mtdlcin.'
GEORGE A FINE SADDLE HORSE, 7 years old, each. SERVER in many to which yoa subject. Ia
W GALL let affd 2d a
perfectly sound and very showy D Monongabela Sheaf quality Almonds, best Bordeaux and Marseilles, mado expressly, to meet the new Pa"enge Lawof & epahlt. total ,or they havo
C A'3'3 urraacBsr gaO tia a under the saddle-can be gnte. WM. HEN- O'Mara, Pitsburg. Rye and and hard shell. 4 T. IOn Congru. AU of a finish and quality superior been Kirud of!n iim bl.bnl'prIal rtl ]

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Dli ICS', Esq., opposite Jacksonville.sept Do lourbon., Rye and New Castilo-Soap of superior.; lty"iu boxes ofabout2 to any other water f roof goods now before th. purifying the Mood &e oUre bi u
1 Ibs.each. > public., For sole at the V . all eonrfutnt* may fm female trregularitMii .
,r31 Orleans ar'
rectife.Uld Soap, ackson's No.1: WAREHOUSE; CEDAR ST. as heaaho. dimne paiain
Jamaica New Orleans Igbt.
THOMAS! DOUGLAS : For St. Augustine. and NeW England. Corks, Velvet. Wine, in bales, and bag. of 7 Dealer in water proof Goods ar invited to the af.iv. Tes plUs ar only.
each. .
safe cffcttmal the
MM following'eomplaint
gross examine these goods, believing they will find r < cure
PEACH BRANDT Old Nort Carolina and Vir
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I"Ilhe CAROLINA, L. 1. Do, common Bottle, bags 7 them ANDFA sirpEBioK to thing Gout Nervousness, Melancholy*
AND SOLICITOR 'N CHANCERY, I ._ JL Coxetter Master, will ginia. New North Do, Jug and Tap, l goB. they CHKPER ever seen before. any Sick IIea.larhe. ,Giddiness HbelmaU. LHetnftiaf i
JACKSONVILLE FLA. trip to St. Augustine, on Tuesday lina.. Jersey Do Velvet Demijohn, and 5 gross Orders to any extent executed at short 1)nss,' Dimness of SiKb& i ft** '
morning 6th September, and leave same day for Ferfeel Love Annisett Vinegar While Wine, in quarter casks. .5 WILLIAM ltIDEI loic.. any *>f he Diseases that arise bt
COHDIALS-Noycau, ,
.JI9-1' Charleston.
Do Cider or Apple in barrels. the Liver, blood, eonstipatio
i Prcs't N. A. G. P. Co. : imf1'rolb 01
Rose, Cinnamon and Peppermint.
of Rio Hondos E.
large R.
i 1 WINKS-Madeira, Newton, Gordon,Cossart & &ormen '
B. II. PEARSON Sept Agents. Consolacion, F
Washington anal other Treasurer and Sec'y. 25-6m Medical Krfdener
",-- Co., Leacock and Jardine, in4 and f casks. choice brands, of direct Ag .
JrI'ORl'IEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, JAMES HANHAH Port, Page's, Key and choice brands. ridas, HavanaChe/oots imNrtation. Als. Flo- We the undersigned, pfsyscisnsb&vhig had "

i JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLA., Sher pale, DaffGordon & Co., Bcnitau and TOBACCO-P. Robinson's celebrated BAROIAN3 BARQIAN311BARGIAFS I I the receipt of their 1lno.eor submitted. to us .,

I V31 attend to the transaction of Business in the !., KEEPS. constantly. of- on hand a general as- Do do Brown brands., do do. Ibs.Dew each.| lb. pings in whole and half boxes,Honey 1fo ? for they In JCion. say m kr* idient. of pill which to

Supreme and Circuit ConrU,for the Eastern Ventoso's London Particular for nil di. of the Livevimpnrltles
; Do and use ses
Family Groceries and Provisions Tenerife Do and Ready in of Subscriber begs leave to inform oth.
and Southern Districts of Florida. Cargo Rough kegs about 100 THE pub- liluod, &0. GEORGE WOOD, .
Ibs[ each. that he has 1
generally removed Au
Of which he is
always fresh F. CHOWL rM.D.
i je9 receiving supplies. Do Sicily Madeira, quarter casks.
Do Word's Premium in 5'., 8's, and Armstrong's corner, and .
-- in casks. 'obaco. Ue-pnel. I. BOWENU.U. ,
Awo, Do Malaga, dry and sweet, land i
JAmES EL BAKER, Numerous Articles of Household Furniture, LONDON PORTER-Byoss' quarts and pints. lb.D Dorado, in boxes 40 to 45 Ibs. each. in Doctor Forem Store, KhPnrrhiue none but those having the signature
East India fc (or mint,)where he would be .to meet hid I
Do Scotch
and Ale quarts pints. pleased of "J. N. as all
ATTORNEY AT LAW Fixtures a variety of other brands, in S's and othe
Building 4c. UUAMPAONE CIDER-Boxes,one dozen each. lb. 8s, ofd friends and customers, who may wish to purchase are worthless HOHfNSACK"
Alligator, Columbia Co., East florida. Customers are respectfully invited to call. Do do Casks, three and six dozen each. | plugs.Smoking Groceries and Provisions. imitaton"
in alIotbsra
Tobacco boxes of 5 8 and
and dozen
Agents wishing new supplies
His stock of Hiram
ft>Store on Bay street, Dr. WINE BITTERS-Boxes, one dozen each, and on con.t Smih'l and Alfred
opposite 4 8
Bye'l .and oz. papers. II.[ Smith's Family wishing to become Agent. most address pro
M! WHIT SHITH! Buildings.- draught.Cordials, assorted, do do. Wine Bottles-French and German Patent, in Double Extra Four,;in half bbla ; rrietor. J. N. HOBE.V.SACK, at hie Laboratory .

hampers, one gross each. Corn Grits,(Hams Xo. 1OT North Second street, above Race,PHILADELPIIIA. -
Claret Wine do. ,
JAS. Flasks-Quarts, pints and half pints.Demijohn's .
do do. Bacon a fine article, Mess Pu-k do
Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. Maeira do do. .1,2, 3, 4, and 5 gallons. Buts ; ; Sold by all Druggists and Merchanti i ther
Forwarding & Commission ZXerch't Candles-Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine.
Sherry do do: 1 Mackerel in bbls and kits; United States. my1

HOPKINS & BRAHAM, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, PROVISIONS, Champagne, in baskets,one dozen each, atrartt Pickles-Hyson and Sauces.TEAS Imperial,and Black Cod Fish. Colgate's, pale .and yellow Soap;
&c. &c. fancy do
Attorney at Law, &c. and and pint-Flag brand.,. Heidseick, Bouche, Calhoun : jan 5-ly Colgate's; Pearl Starch, manufactured from I for the States!!!!

4 OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fla., Jacksonvile, Fin. The above comprise some of the finest Wines Indian Corn ; lealth

iVJLL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business imported. Candles, Sperm sad Adamantine ;

entrusted to tb.ir care will promptly attended S. N.WILLIAMS, Cole old Government Java ; Rio ;

U. February 19, 1852.-tf: Commission & Forwarding. Merch't, To CIRCULAR SAW Hill Owners. For Sale. A fine,article Stuart's of crushed Port Rico,Refined Brown and; Loaf; .

Cheese. Butter, Yeast Powders, Salaratus -
OSSIAN B. HART, Jacksonville* Fla. I EPE9T to be in Jacksonville in a few Valuable and Cotton Sal Soda ;
weeks, (health permitting,) when I shall be
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Nutmegs, Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Cinnamon,
prepared to put in order, and give instruction; in Land in Florida Cloves ;
KEY WEST, FLA., Fresh Provisions. the management of these SAWS, under special Pickles in Sweet Oil Lemmon
undersigned offers the following Val- jars, ; Syrups,
Practices the United States and State Courts E\V Goshen Butter; contract. I will warrant them to cut with 18- THE Property for sale, viz : New Orleans do ; .... '
of the Southern District of Florida. Do do Cheese horse power from five thousand to eight tbou.andfett Salts. '
t. ; His SUGAR PLAN 1 IATION, known as St. Cordial; Epsom pjt?
July IOtfZWe Leaf Lardrefined;) per 12 hours, according to the convenience Josephs situated in St. Johns county, at the i a generllortme of other articles
of the Mill. Contracts made for Mills, and
Bacon Sides; war- head of Matonzas River, in Graham Swamp, j usually kept n grocery, best quality
Two hundred Bushels Corn; ranted to cut eight thousand feet per day, if put containing 1300 acres, of which about 800 are of which he will sell lower for cuh than tho :

are requested to announce BENJAMIN Ten Barrels Hiram Smith's Four, up by myself. Aljo Mills plans and drawings made rich loam, based on marl ; 500 are well cleared, j est Cash Store." Come on,gentlemen;we heap HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.

D. WRIGHT aSA candidate for CHIEF Ten do E. G'Merick's. very fine;) for other kinds of and Machinery in gene thoroughly ditched and at present under culti- with a sharp Razor, warrantednot.tocut L the -
Ten do Central City; ral. Any references or information given in the ration ; about 55 acres of well re-supplied and eye or tear across the grain.
JUSTICE of the Supreme Court, at the election in Fifteen Hlf Barrels Telegraph. m&l time, by addressing me at Columbus, Geor- plant cane. Oentrally located on the plantation ;| may 19, 1853. S. N. WILLIAMS. EXTRAORDINARY (ViI Pf LOSS OT HEALTH,

October next. Also to arrive by Schr Ben Nevis- gia. is a superior Steam hngine,with Sugar mill and DISORDERED STOMACH INDIOESTtOS ANDDETERMINATION

Twenty Barrels Hiram Smith's Flour; SAMUEL HErS, complete Sugar works, capable olmanufacturingto Three Cheers 0, THE BLOOD T: THC
J6@Ve 1ite authorized to announce Twenty do Central City; Agent for George Page Baltimore.Land & to 15 hhda. per day, and saw mill attached HEAD.

Six do Mess Pork; August, 1S53. 13_ running two single saws. Also, finely situated Hurrah! Hurrah! for the -
DAVID P. HOGUE, as a candidate for ihe Four do Refined Lard; and Stock for on pine land and commanding a view of the whole_ Hnra Copy of a Letter from Mr. John Lloyd, of

office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the SUPREME: Two hundred Bushels Corn. Improvements plantaton. a comfortable two story and 'attic corner Bay st., Jacksonville.FINE Erw-icen, near Merionethshire.To .'

Corn of.this State, at the election in October sept S N. WILLIAMS. Sale. dwelling house, containing ten rooms, and I ll.nler -
undersigned offers for sale about six necessary out buildings. The works and buildings OLD WINES & LIQUORS, below Professor HOLLOWAV: of
next. August 4- A LIKKLV NEGllO WOMAN and childa THE acres of Land about one hundred are all in complete order for immediateccupation.4 I cost, for cash, by the quantity or SIR: I avail myself of tho first opportunity I

good Cook, Washer, &c ,for sale by acres of which are cleared and under: ) Also a fine stock of several hundred demijohn. informing yon that for a terylong period was

.The friends of LESLIK A. THOM P. sept !1 S. WILLIAMS.. cultivation,tb whole being good cotton, corn or head ofmixedUurhams, and common breeds of Madeira Wine, very old. afflicted with a dangerous giddiness and freqlea&. .

SON, at present one of the Associate Justices of cane land. is situated on the north prong of cattle, and a stock of about 80 full breed West Sherry do do swimming in the ceid. attended b.lo ap

the Supreme Court, announce him to the votes WANTED hundred thousand Ibs. Black Creek three miles faom Middleburg, Duval India[ Sheep, which will be sold with the plantation Champagne, "2 V."in pints. petite, disordered stomach, and had J8Ir- int4" t"
for which cash will be Florida The improvements on it are a if desired, or separately. Claret Wine. paired health Every means :
.Florida as a candidate for CHIEF JUSTICE of the countY relief and at length it become-
paid. S. N. WILLIAMS.sept a Dwelling and other houses, and al ALSO. Port dolaUDyBest. me any permanent of .j
State at the approaching election in October 1 fine Peach Orchard,with over two hundred bearing The tract known as "St. Ann," containing Brandy; very old. so alarming that I was really afraid ClaC.1

ext. Trees. There are also on the 'place about 675 acres, mostly of high heavy hammock and very good. about rihoutan attendantIn this Mr. Hughes.&

fifty head of stock hogs. Al of which will bejpold prairie, having a rich soi from thice to six feet Do Cherry do. tonlitoo waite personally upon of consulting

@rThe Friends of CHARLES H. DU. ICE ICE ICE; on reasonable terms, further particularsrgiven in depth, based on ALSO. Holland Gin, do. him Chemiat., to what 1,bad for the pu Ile.kiodlr recuiamebded -
on application to Hum, Jamaica I old. a
very with delayf -
PONT, of Gadsden county, Florida, announce THE cargo of ICE which we had ordered n.' I- S. B. THOMPSON, The two tract known respectively a" lala Old B.Whiskey, various qualities, by the your Pills.I tried them short 1
him to have received it in time to supply'our Middleburg Coinpra" Vesta," adjoining each and after taking Utcra for a tram'happy
ai a candidate for "ASSOCIATE JUSTICE" of ; "Bcla' bbl. their
customers on the first importation hem ; consumed I Or to G. C. TIPPINS, other,and being bead and on the Eastside Ale, in pints. Lemon Syrup Olives to bear testimony to wonder1
the Supreme Com of the State,at the approaching -. has arrived bv. Schr Lucretia.. and is now Anz.. 18. on the premises. of Matanzos River and containing in all Pickles, and Cordial.. Also Tobacco, vera efficacy I am now restored to perfect You art,

election ia October next.ZWe being delivered by 1175 acres. The Southern half of Mala tompr j low, by the quantity, to close stock of Groceries and enabled to resume. my usual. dutie.
auTg25 F. WAVER & CO. STATK OF FLORIDA. which is heavy hammock, and St. I at Wo. 4. Byrne' Building. at liberty t publish thIs letter ia any way yon

ate authorized to announce the immediately contiguous to St. Josephs and j July 23. S may think proper. .
Hay! Hay! PROPOSED AMENDMENTS THE CONSTITUTION might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus jam ,your obeiien servant,
as candidate for JOHN
extensive Plantation of ( )
forming an Sugar up- TEN of LAND
election the office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of theSnjiroae 400 Bales of Eastern Hay. just receivedby Adopted the sixth Generl Assembly.No. wards of 1000 acres. The balance of these two THOqSANACRS June 6th 1S52.

Brigs Adelmo and Talbot, and [ .] is of Live Oak hammock. based Includog 1
Court,at the next October election. tracts on closely
for sale by A.. M. UE.D.August AN ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth andTwentyThird MIRACCI.OCS CURt at DROPSY.
concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture Plantation, with En en- .
July 7. 25. JUdtctird Rowley
Clauses of the Third Article, Vauable Letter from
and of the quality for Sea Island Cot Extract of a
and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of ton and Tobacco fr.t might be easily brought Improvements, Esq of India Tobago, dated April
of the this J al
e--Tlie"'riends Hon.
: Corn the Fifth Article of the Constitution of
under cultivation been in
cjc. having years passed known as the residence of the late 8th, 1852. .
DOUGLAS, (late Judge of the Eastern Circuit,) SUPPLIES of Corn, just received State. I cultivate in Cotton. of which the yield was WELL.J. H.McIvrosH, To
SEC. 1. Be it tnacled bv the Senate and Hovsr l&J.ow.nr
FRESI frequently one bale ginned cotton to the acre. lrfes'or I to and
announce him candidate for the office of owe you
as a by )
sac of Reprtstwtat ivtt of the State of Fd General -There is on tho place large number of sweet Only Fiteen Milefrom Jacksonville, direct' i.dut of a most miroculous -
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the Supreme Court, at the Aug. 25 A. M. REED. Assembly convened, 'hat orange pomegranate a, fig, lemon and peach the St. John's river. the Pultlio at large ifor you dreadful disease

election in October next July 2 Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of trees, and an extensive sour orange grove all The subscriber has been appointed Agent for DROPSY,and recovery which, under God, w effected by
BARGAINSUGAINS this State be so altered and amended a to read of which, with attention, can bo easily five times
of proper the Administrators, and will show the premises invaluable Pills. I was tapped
followe,viz: "Tbere shall be a Secretary restored to their once promising condition. your treated by two>
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES111P.JJ stock at cost and a to monthsand skilfully
WILL close out my a good voters of this Stateon to anyone wishing purchas.Also within eight
State elected by the All of the above situated betweenone cured,
tracts until
The Hon.W ILLIAM A. FORWARD I articles undercoat, as I expect to leavein in the are the Equipments of 1 Sugar House, embracing medical practiooers, but could ntH get
many the first Monday in October, year 18 or two miles from the ocean, of healthy remedy, and notwithstanding -
in the connected to
Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern Judicial a few days. Those wishing supplying any thing themselves my- who shall continue in office daring th location, and in convenient communiclion with Sugar"Making.: necessary apparatus I had recourse all I had un.lergone your ,* this miraenloas

Circuit of Florida, will be voted for by the line will at have less than an oportunity New York prices.JOHNM. four years; and and he shall keep of a the fair Governor register of, and the the City of St. Augustine, thirty Ali o, .a quantity of Machine's, and Tools used medicine cured me in the course of six weeks.
official acts and about the
proceedings miles to the South, by land, same and Cotton, with Iron Geer- EDWARD ROWLEY.
PAYNE.N in preparing
people in said Circuit, to fill the same office which shall, when required lay ho same,and all papers, distance by water, by the Matza River. raiding (Signed)
Power in ordar.
AU those having accounts are earnestly ej Horse complete
B. before the STOMACH
vouchers relative thereto, CCRE OF A COJPUIN
he now holds at the election in October minutes and INFALLIBLE
next. 1 to have ALSO, The Land will parcelled to suit purchasers
settle up, as am compelled and shall perform such other b VtOLKST HEAD
requested t Genera Assembly, The tract "New ," lying 16 liberal. WITH INDIGESTION AND
July 7. money. be of him by law: Pro- kjown as Hoe Terms h_ _._
duics may required miles bv water North of St. and be- J. E. JOHNSON, .
Jacksonville, Aug. J. PAYNE. of office of the Secretary 01amended ACHES.Eiirort
_. the term
2 Goiren
ThA S. ,
gtVe are authorized to announce -- -- this tween the North river and OuinD creek, both Agent for Administrator.JacknTieJne oa Letter from
elected under
State to be ConstituItion
for boats. It contains 575 acres 1853. 2tf datedJuJyl4lh.1852
:navagablo large Bristol,
JAMES M. BAKER as a candidate for the 850 RewnldRANA : shall not commence until the term of office'hammock and pine well situated C/iemH of Clifton, near

office of Solicitor for the Eastern Judicial Circuit tf the officer cow elected shall expire. and for Sea lm.1anJi. on and stock .
JACK the adapted '
WAY from me my Boy on SEC. 2. Be itfzsrtherenadeit That the twenty co -

of the State of Florida, at the approaching of July lie is about 21 years old, third Clause of tho third Article of the Constitu-[raising. ALSO, $5OO CHALLENGE! To DEAR Professor SIRS 1 Hor.J.WAT am requested by I b. 4

election in October nuL with black complexion is stout has front teetha of this State be HO altered aDd amended as Salt ," ron' \ ldi.to
little rotten, with a large sear on his breast ton follows, viz: A State Treasurer and 9300 acres unimproved lndat' Spring .homuju rived period of eight yean
a north end of, on the t-t. WORM SIR UP. you
Dollars for his at IIOBENSACRS acquaint health
from a burn. I will-give Twenty Comptroller of Public Accounts shall be elected suffered from continued bad ,
ft The Friends of JAMES PLUMMER respectfully in so that I get him, State the first I Johns river,immediately west of lrayton Island.The self and family and stomach,
delivery to me, or any jai by the qualified electors of this on track embraces "Salt "Salt An article founded on Scientific principles arising from disorders of the liver

announce him as a candidate for the and Fifty Dollars for the and evidence toconvict Monday in October in the year 1856, and ever''I Spring creek," which nearly Sprng" divides it compounded with' purely vegetable substances indigestion loss of appetite, violent headaches,

office of-Connty Commissioner for Duval County, any white man of harboring BU.ANN1NG.him. two years thereafter. through its whole length and is navigable from being perfectly safe when taken, and has never pains in the side, W.aDe and general debill'
GEORGE SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That the thirteenth been known to in curing the most obstinatecase. most 11
at the October-election. the river for boats of or four feet draught.The fai ,for which she consulted
Creek E. Fla. APg. 22,1853. the Constitution tbro resnU at la*t
Block 2t Clause of the fifth Article of land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the first tVotmt never exist when t.bi remed tho colony, without any beneficial
(News.) of this State so altered and amended as used from the fact that it intalaabU wWch
O'JooTbe Friends of SEYMOUR PICKETT b quality entirely free from Palmetto of any kind, is once she had recourse to pour FUI
follows, The Clerk of the Supreme but all the slime and mucus cffecte.i so e
to read as with stroys them, short time
vii and thought to be good cotton land, together rmovel in a very gat.
respectfully announce him ae candidate for the New York Oysters Court and the of the Courts of Cha.ncer. some considerable bodies of cabbage and live which may remain. for tho better, that she and the

office of County Commissioner for Dural County, CLAMS, Lobsters and received shall be elected by the qualified elector oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. THE TAPE SVOILM. wkole family were restored to health and.tgh -,

*t the election in October next. F. WAVER & CO. State, on the first Monday in October in year The location also embraces facilities for construct This il the difficult one to destroyof Further, she desircAie to say, tha she
and the worn -
thereafter, mot' those complaints
Ang 13.IRAM. 1836: and every four years their extraordinary "
the and most practicable waterpower nessed
of largest it
ing one all that inhabit the grows to incases
shall be elected by
Courts hum31bdy.
OJ-The Friends of ELIJAH BLITCII re- Clerks of the Circuit as, independent, of the flow from tho almost-indefinite so incidental to ehidra. effectedpositive

peetfully announce him ae a candidate for the II SMITH'S FLOUR-Inst received ,, the,__ -qualified. .ft..I.electors, in such manne hv Ia"..a is now sprig, the waters of lake Cherchell,.about four coiled an and fastened in the intestines bcmiDg of maaslev and l.rt with hazing ma other rem
by F., WAVER & CO. ir w..y n."t.ibe J mile breadth, oe cures of those
sixteenth length by one i may Fttt, St. Dance, &c., whichis d.l GOWEN
the to
That produce S
Office of County Commissioner for Duval it enacted Vi"
county SEC. 4. lIe
18.Fresh. further canal of about .16.chainl'inlength a (
Ang available believing edy.
made by a of the grave, not :
Article of the Constitution tho cause many ig I
of the fifth
at the October election09The -. Clause inexhaustible with going ttqnderfully effi"cacfous
yielding an, supply that these have tbeir origin TItese +re
is PiUt
hereby so
and the
be same -
Groceries and of this State a fall of at least 18 feet. The spring itself, the consequently they do not tomplaiuliAgan
Provisions. viz from the Tape 14
follows, : U'On
I and amended as to read /ulofilg
friends or'ISAAC SWART presentUs General R for the State, water of which has been analyzed by Prof. use the proper' fo their dfeoasi. To Inflammation

name as a candidate for JUDO or PROBATE BLS and hf bbls Flour of various There shall be an Attorney the seat of Government ; it Chelton of-New- York, and shown to be of val those who are afflicta-l with this awful foe to DrpJ J.undic
who shall reside at Asthra UYiente
.f Dural County, at the ensuing election in October 130 choice brands,1 cask Scotch Ale, 1 do shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the uable medicinal properties'is of capacious dimensions health, I recommend the use of ray Worm Syrup Bilious compl'ts Livrtomprt
London Porr. 7 baskets 11 bbls the of any being w yards in diameter, and and lAyer Pillt The Syrup to be taken in skin Fenia'e irreg.- Lumbago '
Cbampag General and passage Blotches on
next. Mackerel, bxel Candles,2hfbbl M. Beef, act, to Assmbly. .to upon the General Assembly eligibly and picturesquely located. Its positioh doses of two table spoonfuls, three time a day; Huel cowp1'ta1.biaQLi5: Fever of all

W. 1 case Pickles, Vinegar, Wine,1 bbl at the session all forms of in a commercial or agricultural point of view, then take from five to eight of my Liver Pills,t V'Fits kinds; -
JOHN same ,
necessary Colics
authorised to proceedings
aWe are announce Fluid I do Campbene I do Oil, 1 case Segars, under such laws, which when approved with it advantages in constructing a boat canal dislodge and pass the Worm. Bv strictly folio llheuuiatism ConstipationGout

PRICE a eaadidatcfor Judge of Probate of 1 hf bbl Split Pea t sack Sat. 6 bbls Crackers, shall published therewith, and be shall per of unly a few miles across to the Gulf of Mexico, lug these'directions, the most obstinate cases of Piles *Retention of th bowel*

Dual county, at the ensuing election in October 2 bbls Sugar, '0. received jerrfScbrs. for such other duties may bo prescribed bylaw must before very long, draw the attention of the .! Tape Won be speedily cured. Consumption tb.VrIUSVheadache *
Jnne 23d. Jos. Once,Hendrick Hudson, and Brig' be elected a by the qualified electors planters.and merchants of that fertile region. hOUND, or STOMACH WORM. Debility I.dijeUonKing's
; Scrofula, or
DU Olive and for tale by of be.hal on the first Monday of October, in ...Atso 'This w01m is usually found in the raall intestines Evil SON'Rnt Stone$ Grav l
F. WAVER & CO. : Two tracts containing 5000 acres on the west the worm most common to children; .Tumours
Ang 18 t56 and four thereafter DoHlaarcUX
Te the V.ter .of Dur l County the year every years liver Secondary SympTio.
.. side of St. Johns ,
but be removed by the Governor on the address and 4 on the east yet it is not,entirely confined to them, as adults UlcersV Venereal Affee-
Circnmitances Induce me again to announce may miles above Palatka, and having a suffer with them. toms
known to
Choice Segars, the two Houses of the;General have frequently ben Worms of all WeakncM, tOD
myself to yon as a candidate for re-election to the oCwothird, rhall receive for his services river front each of about 'four miles in extentsTbat The Symptom prominent while affected from whatever eU&e.

Office JCD&K of PKOBATC of County. OF the following superior brands-La Ragnel, compensation to be fixed by law I Provided. on the west of the river is mostly of pine with this worm", are hardness and rules of the kind Professor Hollo-
of your Ambrosea and La Cosid&d : jnst received a the Site ,Of,the i the establisbmenti't. ,
the of ofSca>of the General And tro.tnn embre .imv_.._ rtnnlj.___.looseness.. of bwel.Ijck. &, -'
F. %WAVER & CO. Tha term Attorney n Strand near Temple oar) anaoand
& (
Your support is mpeetfuU"IOUciteliFELIX by elected under this amended Constitution English df ll-tai g-store, ofPantonLesy I neat the nose,"a blneish streak aerthe yes, ,

LIVINGSTON. Aug IS shall not commence until the term of office. of the :Co., now Uably'.old store, .which & elected shall U its beginning corner,and runs thence south to the above symptoms, HOBENSACK'S WORM UnitedSutos, bose. > houses ,
officer expire. Drag
STOKE his name as Brought to Jail. now the widow Pungreo'a"old fields," thence west and safely be depended By wing each V Whel ky tb. priuCipal
fjcj-GKORGIC presents SEC. 5. fle it enacted, That said elections SYRUP can I A. $.fc D.
candidate for CLERK TUB CIRCUIT NEGRO MAN.who says his name it SAM, shall be conducted further and the returns thereof north to .point opposite'the beginning. The it you have a certain,safe, and op" cure; and in the ald by Mesr. SndewYork. v

A the property:-of Joseph Chain, of Leon the which oneontho, eastside of the river lie. between if after using according to the directions,the b1"fu j,4>
made in manner now prescribed, or considerable
COURT Dual county, at the October eleo- county. He is six feet 2 inches high. hereafter be by law,for the election the places known a"ItafTaro Bluff" and "Mount patient is not restored W health, and the worms I'fcf is.a .sg ./ J ,
may prescribed
loa,at the instance of several friends. The owner is requested to come forward,prove member to Congress from this..State; Tucker. BeelJea large body of well timbered thoroughly eradicated from the system,you can t for the gti&raee"of

April 7th property. ; pay charges and takehirnawar and it shall be the duty of the Governor .issuecommissions pine lands it contains some excellent hammock sites rest assured there i no remedy beyond the grave. NB.-' Directi on fflxc41 each box.pie\
and several well wooded and eligible such word fail,with in every disorder are
fail there no
under the veal of the State,* to the blufs. the west As for a tale in Jacksonville by T. McMILLAN.,
Te the Voters Comity.'I AaS.18 Jailor D. C. persons receiving the fcigbcat number of votes for for residences. By *a survey the ,those who use my. WarmSyrvp. For
tract been reduced to29-iOaores.anti one Thread Worme. ..ApOthOO&Tflt11.
!respectfully announce myself my,feUoweiten the said several offices.SIXTH ha of the river to is Jn23-y -
Notice. the House on eat'side 30."I bleed to which the human system
$ <.of Dural County, as a candidate for the GENEUL'AsJBLT.-PBssd however, deficit will b ma&up >These worms most, troublesome all Isli' or Alterative 'Powder,
of majority, ble the other. Tel
; are
A. o -
offleeof CLERK OF THE CJRCU1TCOURTof SIX WEEKS frordate I than apply to the January Representatives, .' Passed the Sonata by:the Proposals for purchase will .by : are generally" be found t't.be'rtu. COXDITIOM _

aI4Countj-pledglng If elected tom Hon.Judge of Columbia cut, Constitutional majority,January 6,1833. WVAValker Esq".of.New. Orleans; John .Peck.Eaqof allowed to remafa,3fronv the Irritation they pro. Thew.jwwOert have been extensively "la
arllf for' letters of administration on the New York Benjamin A. Lavender', Esq. layTlbe foundation for'' eriout'disorders, with general eatli.f iCtieii, fur the, purpose of

discharge t the b.t my abilities., William A. O.teDIat of saM county, deceased. 'OFFICE'o'p.SiCJEAPOF'STT ? Haltimoro', Gorge Washington, Esq. of St. such due inflammation of,the.bowels and other d-' ,wudrtioa of fcottes, when r4u

V. GAttNIE. NJ MIN MOODY. Capitol, lS. J Anguin a\ ; L myself the V latter ranzementa A of the stomach. The best and proviugt haf-lwork,or improper. .

.J& Apr Columbia Co., Aug. 1,'1833.. .; 1 I,CHAL'Taut DwNINej,' Stat p psa JOSEPH paid. ,HERNANDEZ:1 ; MelIeine that can be .used fciHOBENSACK'SWORM requires bat a'short ttwe Manifest. H. -ejtcrative -.

0>T Frec' URIAH BOWDEN pre- for hereby certify 1853. ;marl7-tfHOtJSEl r ,SYRUP ,i nch f tbe astonishing action in the improved ipirit and apjpearane*

.eat : name candidate for theoe.ofEHZRIPOFDUV4L NOTICE., foregoing to be a true and correct copy",of't.heorigaln St. Agtine.lao he :- power of my Medicines ,- ,. of the animal, and may be safety tued both at aprsventaIi'E.nd
in.this office.' "r. defy any COCWTF- > the A LL person are hereby forbid trespassing on fl Whereof. I.bai. hereunto Svrtip -and, Pin ar: to be which they are sajceUsnoh1 Bottv Hide-

October' eo 4. lands: on the St. John's river, two ,affixed my and the Great Seal ofI : i need, ta&. they \ ca. All that U Dee, 1)044 &f Afpetit,.r.ll.ter; Diatom-

_.June _' on both tides_of the rfver betweenUamblyOld I the State of ligature Done at the Capitol, 'cCLIOE 1 gary i ti the Syup.i adnc wit* dltrectiens 1unt, ftev lcterud ptI"'who V hun
I Store'and Mount Tucker, and on : .r' in the Tallahasseer on ; ; RB'R on each ca !. parr seult wHh .. -

Ux.Ei; >rroti Bean announce 'the name of Sl Spring:at the nor end of Lake George ; !*.St '28th Cir March,'A. D.1333 Moud'tht. a': :: having rcenty mlftfml ff _m_ ie reid la order to.allay irritation V For taley N! T..McULtN.
l to the full exJane' .. the M* Katv Liver Pills, by their < m,2 ;
JOHN D. McKlNLAY, a eandidaU (cribs prosecute a ta. year of th.1ndepondenoep. I .the lI,woud reujpecttuuy ; lymp
I lout of Lb.Iaw. United'- States of America. 'licit the public \'here 'ier. pduc.fond fpon the Peniont indebted to Aad.FuUw
Offioe of Tax Aitetsor and .Collector:for Dnral JOSEPU, IIER.NANDEZ., VV ", V ,..' ._. .fl..tn.ir roomi unocsumed..The. heat.hy.Medicine Wat betaken. .. A-Lt
: I
V \ViDOWNlNRi; .-' .." ""< bowel,is the most e ..,late of Columbia county. '
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'Cr. al tw.Jo ia Octobernext,, and 2-Sm __ ," &tar of State.: several of same with e, :.:. tfonseof I .; 14V are.reotesled- tamale- nauraaiBw->! .jt.-_"t. Lnth- -,-
Ue and thy- the Post 1 -baring:demandsagainu S
'oW- < V '- Is within 1ad. ;I1OnENC'MLE nndentgBed pd.all persons

r.A VOERS e, Notice. : 4 < ..,,Notice'. ;,' ;. ames ud whal buded e.lbe'uempea.b Afont'horse .. No*orV ot(he:tiei h'mo"a V diieM said.wlU ute ia,-are time required rewired to by present law,otker them

Six of for'Dnval county ; ;'Judge of Probate for,Columbia f1f Hack at th offices of'he blood;Ye* ',*nd nerve,rand diseased:ihe wise thU ..
b_ art Mthoriitd lo aanoiue GEORGE Hon.Jndge Prba 'Administration en',the. 1v.5 For farther partionlart apply 'i otbe -..tSJ5rW1tlUUT'Jbmlff..
"We Ad- ty.for ett :; btoodofeoarsoflo4tng-tbrough -"part*
I aciwdldat for a .dilebre joint Jct" : and NL. > _.f. : :E.coOaciQ AII .
fcrethcUosto 6alatLme& ::
at .
: nTH epbleu .Q ., LwrCn7audaJ k -
$ ,
.. Congar, llabl Olten VfEZEKlELWEES; > 4. .!:Z- ."W lodMroauee. Jln A .- "
*coffi.s ar3rpa* 'er\P> i.tn of Columbia .'. ,-. ; ,I t I ll, 1.A"W1.i
loUofadcountydceeaned. f ._
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"(. '-: j1'('F i ij>A'lEPunLl'd N. :: 8A V ANNAH' VEhTISIEMENTVI. ; .. .neg ;,' :Lake :Monroe f; l-i WASH'INGTONf; .r. YOftKADVERTlSMEP4T-1 PWUDEU H//f, :,NEW. tT. j ,:1hTtii4:1IEJflJLllLL.: : -,3 ,< iiard'Try.- J f --

" ( .:' *j.'ni.l"tnD: 1tVnTTHr.nD rfh .' I. .AA/ MbREWP1i: I ,T' -.IXJhavingbeenpurob.aed1I1'!I1AftAfl'.PALD Dr !:l'. ."TH*SCBSCWBM u DEC > $HAV1lg.: wt
,'JtIQfly1Ie'tuT&t OoUA..yt"E'iF!; .y'l JE-&tL.b ; 6 SffiA1i f EJf auC.L : ,
: ,. ; /A.S.Sraaa has resumed her regular ,

'. ". ;";. THEM*..' TJrte ertoUarl per annum: j payabl rIANO Aln "nHNITnBI.ST; trips Ing'the from-J Incrmediatelandings.tkso'l"ille to:Lake Monroe; .. Qch"_ Late! 3d Auditor rof:i the'Treasury, I -ld'&Si1vOtWatcheeWel7: "

l .t -. up JI1 orde"iDihel&per: 'BMETS1'BUII.DIHGS, -4 : She-will, leave 'Jacksonville. eve.ry .wIn.&tiui, to 'Claims'before Congress and .. 'and Silver Ware;

!Sft 1'. *'tlpl\olLsitnot paid fore the expiration Itroagliton 6t. SaanbCa.. < mornlpg at8. .o'clock" ; arririug. at .'Departments at Washington.lie .. : i a at much less 'ha the usual price'
ftbe''ta.r.'areUr > &etal.
ed $4.Advertisements .. I f.MORRELL., N.F. WEBSTER. evening. / refers t' aU"reasonable:men throughoutthe
will at the following I Palatka 7 JUlidENSEN WATCHES
be II1.nt.ed I Leave every Monday morning'at Union who have had businesswith him and ,
r' t ?On Dollar per square loftwelve lines)for Honso Furnishing Establishment o'clock for'Enterprise;. arriving- at Enterprise, be relies for, success upon hU familiarity with the Real mid i Jorgensen Wafches,received byevsry -
*a? first,and Seventy-Five Cent for every ub5eUeflthitrton. the same uighL.e arrival, with certificates from him with sash "
< To yearly Advertisers a liberal Furniture by AVholesale and -Retail. The Sarah. Braiding carries the (7. S. Mail routine of business. warranted time-keepers.
discount.will bo'made.11 transient Ajrertise- nIllE subscriber desires to call the fnrthgr attention from Palatka Enterprise She will be so over. WASHINGTON, ,May IO1853V, Watch perfect .

n?aU(except by persons a*ring running account of the Florida publie.to his -well hauled ,as to be in. excellent 'condition for the COOPEIl WATCHES, .
wia the .ffic.) must be paid for previous to publication. known establishment for the sale of -1?< service and. the'accommodation of passengers .Z. 'D. GILMAN, Duplex and Levers, in Hunting and Magi." Ca 'i

Persons: 2S-tr' ct9Da. ta sI'3 C. aacr4 i
airaxUstanec .
.ean jrorern their remit.* ..._ ...... .. April Agent SECOND
L 1f. _.A__mrnhniit____ -, unnlv..., themwiUecryarclefor .PENNSYLV ANJA.
: UUICIIOr iiveriiing,oy; tiie following ratei: u u.'w-.w.w u mmn -- for AVENUE, and QU4rtr Second, Watches, for 'timing
< .line square (twelve lines) published Jx months selves general use or FARE RIIU' CITY and slirerceses.CUROSOMETEfl..'
ED. W hor .
stock.Everything .
r.r. .0 .., ,., forming a good store ,
(1,10; the line business mentioned -. : s. ,,
.Two fo in Inventor and Soli of' \t
iX months
squares; 15
ffji -
Pocket Chronometer* .Wob
,' hand, including Parlor Hall, Bedroomand Splendid \
Legal and ot hejMusinesA Cards kept on FOR PHILADELPHIA Gol ; .
10 .'
: ,per an. OILMAN'SInstantaneous ,
iKotTOM to deb Kitchen Furniture, and sales will be made run without Vrtt.lon. f ,"

Application! for$eUere 111 and of creditors administration- 7 5 upon as good terms as purchases can be effectedat United States Mail Line. Liquid-Hair-Dye, EIGH1DAYWATCHES.: Makes'thtf richest
Notice Application for dismissal Admin i .the North. I. V. MORRELL'S The only Initantaneovs Hair-Dye, which itptr- Watch which run eight days a most pet'maDenlather of.taj i
trator Old established stand, Savannah, Ga.
$10 manent : E AMEL'WATCHES, i ngSoapnowin.use.LEONARDFYORING.
For announcement of candidate inarch 24 and Savannah Si Naviga' For gale by .
office, 5 Philadelphia ean
for Ladies, some huntingDIAMOND .
No JOHN M. PAYNE io as. ,
: announcement will be made unless the same tion Company. '. -
tb. McMAHON & DOYLE Jacksonville, Florida. WATCHES, -
accompanied the amount charged.dIWt'i"I.lJuti jf R rB 1ILnew and splendid side5T -

1I for private benent will te WHOLESALE DEALERS IN <-I- =%r&Wt -" "wheel steamshipR&SciffisSl GLMA'i'S LIQUID lfA tll-DYE is the only article for Ladies, some in magic cass. TRACTS; LemonfYaniIlaiPeach .
charged double the rate of advertising. WATCHES namely, "
"STATE OF GfcOROIA, now 'used in this city. Gentlemen who wear MAGIC ,
bt'lUilijrfous,Obituary,and Marriage notices,wi'l tll1OCEli1E 'AND ll IllllY1IOS I 1'AJOtons( regisicr,Capt. WALTER COLLINS' Whiskers or Mostachios of a gray or reddish which change in to'three'different watches.WaIehes Oranzefor Cakes, Faddhj ';

Couiuaiacatious published! gratis. f will leave Savannah as follows hue, wishing to attend a Ball or Party can appear which Wind Up Pies Custards Creams. Ices &o4 'Jvery. fZ"

must be post.paid. FOREIGN. AND DOMESTIC] LIQUORS Wednesday, July 13. Wednesday, Sept.21. in a suit of black by devoting one additional and turn the hands without anykey.FineGold .choice, and'ezceedingIeonveni ,

?. ." NO. 190 BAY STREET, July 27.C October minute tOtheir toilet. In using the very Lapine Watches,4 holes, Housekeepers should never be. WigW .
t .CHARLSTO1 ADVZflT1SZMNTs. August 10. October 19. celebrated article which heads Ibis notice. them. .Those wbo' in the
(Opposite Messrs. Scranton, Johnston & Co.) Philadelphia Ledger.myl9 jeweled $23 ; 'deUght 41
cc 2. [
24. November .
August Fine Gold Detached Levers, 30 licioos flaoran4> '
Chus. exquisite perfume -
-OLWERFARNUMJ Formerly occupied by GEORGIA.7/arfrtJge, Esq. September 7. "November 16. Gold enamelled Watches, for the Ladies, .,' Fruits and Flowers will find in tlFlaroring .

Wholesale Grocery, Liquor, and SAVANNAH, This Ship has been built with the strictest regard Gold English Patent Levers, s. Extracts '.aU .that \'
Provision Dealer JOUN M'MAHON. JAMES DOYLE. to the safety and comfort of her passengers, MALONE TAILOR, Gold English Patent Lever, hnnt'g cases, 63 ,they 4 -
+ jan27-ly and her accommodations unsurpassed by any COMMISSION Silver Patent Levers, as low as 16 desire. !.f
-..* ,'o. 189 E4ST'BAIT C1IA RLESTON, steamship on tbo coast. Detached Levers, 14 LEONARD'S LElOk'SYRUP. beJ
hand well selected stock Cabin from Savannah Philadelphia FIRST. WHARF BELOW NOBLE IT., of Watches at low i
HAS constantly on a AHDEB8OH8 & OO Passage and all other. styles equally '
PHILADELPHIA made from FBCIT instead of. from
Liquors and Groceries, which ie offers J $20 prices.. _
for sale low Orders from the country Carefully FACTORS AND GEN "lAL Steerage, 8 Very respectfully solicit consignments DDtl3:1.mm.J DacnstQ .as are.all the ordinary ,kinds, t.;not od[.

ami promptly attended to. COMMISSIONlIERCIIANTS A. L. LAMAR Agent in Savannah. Southern Lumber, Shingles, &c. &o. Diamond Ear-rings Pius, Bracelets,'Finger far more pleasant bat also more'heilt r-.

00-Terlus-CA -H OR Cnrr ACCEPTANCE. HERON & MARTI.V, Refer to- Rings, and Crosses, for sale at much less than ful and wholesome, and makes the .
April 7.y Agent in Philadelphia. McCALLA, Cashier Camden Bank N. J.I "
SAVANNAH, GA.. the usual. prices. agreeable of summer drinks. "'
Feb. 24-tf JONATHAN BROCK, Philadelphia;

janS7-ly Opposition Line carryingthe T. E. BtTCKmA, Jacksonville, Florida. iirous Mustard that
of la
STOVK DEPOTAXD U. S. Mail Gold PENS and PENCILS. Gold and Silver rice-flour,. and wish 'it perfectly ,cz4: ,
rjB, THIMBLES,BRACELETS,BREAST PINS, should tty Leonard's Pare Mustard'i !
will. article
S OILS VARNISH Publish the Valuable Gold and Silver SPECTACLES,Gold TOOTHPICKS they enjoy an Tcry differen
110 USE. Palatka Fla. and Savannah Ga following *
,CHARMS,CIIATELE1NE CHAINS, from what is usually called Mustard. :

And every drrc Iptl'l1 of Paint fouiul rSAUli Subscriber most respectfully invites a Via Picolata, Black Creek, and Jacksonville, Johnson's Cases, 3 vols., .2d ed., with a Sliver Ware. -
JL call at his Establishment, where effort
In n I'al"t Store every
will be made to give satisfaction. The largest Fla./ and St. Mary's, Brunswick, and Darien number of additional cases ; STERLING SILVER SPOONS, CUPS, FORKS,
No. 97 East Charleston S. C.
Bay, and most varied assortment of Cooking and ar- Ga. CSnes' Reports 3d ed. 3 vols; Anson'sNisi FIE KNIVES NAPKIN RINGS, FRUIT. KX1VE3 BardoUe'g Tasteless

lor Stoves, from the best Manufactures. All Reports, 2d ed., with many additional WEDDING CAKE KNIVES,.&C. &C.
Also on bandFresh Cam phone ,and Burning kinds of Hollow Ware, Hardware, Cnttlcry, -- TIlE STEAM PACKEfc vols. latest Watches Watches SUGAE DBOPf
Fluid, and every descripti6ii of Lamps and Chandeliers Crushes and double fT- ; Johnson's Reports, 20 the and Jewelry exchanged.-All WORM :

for burning thu same, at the Manufactu barrels Wooden-ware, Pistols,,Briltania,Guns-single and Glass Pluid Lamps, KING, leaves Palatka every Monday morningat .! and best edition; Cowen's New York returned.warranted to keep good time, or the money

rer. prices. &0.,. &3. Also. constantly manufacturing all 8 o'clock. Reports, 9 vols.; Wen.dell's New York Reports Repair .
.e i&ge't for BoLes Fire Proof Paint. Planished Tin-ware .Arrives at Jacksonville same evening. and I. vols. Hill's N. Y. 7
kinds of Plain Japaned 26 : Reports, All kind of Watches and Clocks cleaned and

6Apri1)-: Caujphene and Hurning Fluid J. MAURICE.constantly on leaves at all the Tuesday intermediate morning places at 3 as o'clock above., touching vols ; Denio'a k Y. Reports, 5 vols.; Bar- repaired in the best manner, at much less than

hand. fjan27-] Through Fare from Palatka, Picolata, and bour's Law Report, 13 vols., N. Y.; Corntocks the usual prices.
Johnston, Crews & Brawley, Black Creek 00 Y.; Sandford'sSuperior Goods sent byexpress or. mail to all parts of
$8 s Reports, 4 vols., N. ; .
PRICE & TEADER the United
IMPORTERS AND WH1LRSAI.R DEALERS IN Through Fare from Jacksonville, 6 00 Court Report 2 vols; Johnson's States.GEO. ALLEN
G3-N. B. The Welaka connect with the ,
147 Hopkins' N. Y.
DRY GOODS Chancery Reports 7 vols.
; Watches and
teanislilpJState of Georgia, for l'hiladel. Importer of Jewelfy,
Kay street, Savannah, Ch. Reports; Paige's N. Y. Ch. Reports,
1iO. 81 EAST CHAUL.KSTOX,S.C. phia. Wholesale and Retail,
., AT all times keep CLOTIlS a large ,assortment of fine. AGENTS.K. 10 vols.; Edwards' N. Y Chancery i e- No. 11 Wall St.,2<1 floor, near Broadway,

A. S. JOhNSoN, J. II, BRAWLEV, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGSVhieh R. DUKE, Palalka. ports, 4 vols.; Hoffman's Ch. Reports, 2J June 16-y NEW YORK.
F. WAVER &CO. Jacksonville.
ed. Sandford's N. Y. 4
A.JCRFVS, JMKSM.UItAWLEY, i \ they are prepared to make to measure in S. M. LAFFITEAU, avaunah.Feb. ; Chancery Reports ,
ACSTIN CANNADAV, A. S. J. r t\RY. the best manner. AlsoR3adymade .21-tf vols.; Barbour's Ch. Reports vols., N. Y.; FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE

jan 6-ly__ Clothing. Ciaike's CbanCTV Reports, N. Y.; English' AGENCY. They contain; no calomel or mercury inf

A large Stock of FIXE Clothing of good ma- United States Mail Line Chancery Repofts, 35 volumes! -forrty: : any form, or.any deleterious! ingrediea .

CHARLESTON HOTEL terials and well made. I condensed!, hut now published verbatim, i Fir Insurance ofVUea whatever, and.are at once attract! .tq.
"Iumera' Company,
With a large varw ty FAXCY ARTICLES, BETWEEN tho eye, pleasant to the taste, and sura.
I with both
and references Englishand
notes to Sew York.
BY Hats, Caps, Canes Um-jrellas, Shirts, Cravats II Children -
their eat then
I Palatka Fla. and Savannah Ga. in .operation.
MIXER. Stocks iScarfs, &c. &c. All of which will be American decisions, by John A. Dun- CAPITAL $200,000.GE and .

Meeting stretf belll'WI Ifaijne and Pinclney sot.lat the LOWEST PRICES. (INSIDE ALL TIlE WAY,) lap, Esq., two entire English volumes in > WEAVER, E.J. RICU.UIfISO'f, with great avidity ple&sore.TJTicxDeo.2,1852. !

CHARLESTON. S. C. Savannah, March 4th, 1853. 10-ly Via Picoli-ta, Black Creek, and Jacksonville one American.; Phillipp* on Evidence, 5 President. Secretary.

jaw -1y WM. R. SYMONS Fla., and St. Mary's, Brunywick, and vols., with extensive notes and referencesby 1"i

ISTICoituni.saioI! ( Darien, Ga. the lion. Ezek Cowen one of the Judgesof Granite Fire Insurance. Company' of Gent.-The frequent calls and favorable .,
? JiESSreI' | DllAPEIl AND TAILOR, -. a.rIlllE STEAM PACKET WM. the Supreme Court of the State of New reports we get of the use of BADOTTK'S ,

Merchant. AND DEALER IN u..' G.tSTONCapt.T.E.SlIAV, York, assisted by Nicholas Hill, Jun. Coun $200,000- Vfosm SUGAR Daops remind BHof

; WHOLESALE DEALER REA DV-M 1 A DE CLOTHING, lesves z- Palalka every Thursday morning at 8 sellor at Law; N. Y. Digest, 4 vols., being GEO.COBTIS Pres'tI..h, DEDS CK, Seo'y.. the promise I recently made to. send

-i Groceries and Liquors NO. 17 WniTTAKER STREET o'clock. a Digest of all the N. Y. Common Law Reports Knickerbocker Fire Insurance Company. you some certificates taken by us. Hen
"i NO. 139 EAST BAY, SAVANNAH, GA. Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings atfd from the earliest period to the present Waterford, N. Y. ,with you will find copies of two,:MaxtuHubers

ClURLHSTON, 8. C. Glove, Su.epemler?, Shirt, ami Gentlemen's leaves at. all the on intermediate Friday morning points at 3 o'clock above., touching time, 1850; American Chancery Digest, 3 CAPITAL $150,000. and William Stanton's, ,bptt
I as honest and reliable
:janSly33LCf Furnishing articles generally. fQ-X.: n The new steamer- vols. 3J ed.; Barbour's Chancery Practice, .iiAs.CRAJIEE, Pres't; F..D. MOE, Sec'y. been known to men the latter ham
2 vols., a new American work with an t me nearly twenty yearvToday
,JSrJNIfJGS 6t CO., a "St. John,?) tensive collection of Precedents; Wheel I Qlnsure* property against loss or damage byre ; ,a .farmer called andgottlu

VJioali' and Uetail Dealers i in BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM, now nearly finished, will be put on the line. Criminal Cases, 3 vols; .City Hall Recorder, or lightning, on as reasonable terms aa any second !box: the first having been administered
B'l other solvent Applications received
SADDLES. OSlJIyiaSADDLE S. = The :t.umer'Vil1iam Gaston connects 6 vols. in 3; Conklan 's Treatise, 2>1 ed., on I and policies issued company.by with Very favorable results BOTH
1 tvllii the New York Steamers every Saturday. the Practice of the U. S. Courts Graham's two or three weeks since, to a danghtcof
4' tt CARPET HAGS : c"m'-ID m'I fJ'm I -c ; A. WILBUR. '
rl' thirteen
I f.t:Vl/\2'S, _lf1ka Through Fare from Palatka, Picolata, and Practice 3d ed. 2 vols; Graham's New Agent, 129 Congress street,Savannah. the did years know old. In the'e&ik this ease
WHIP.;. TBfXKS VALISES &C.. &C.. &C.KU. SAVANNAh liEOHGlA, Black Creek $S 4J Trials, 2d ( enlarged; Barber's Criminal] Charter Oak Life Insnratiee voided parenta but pot
165 MKKTING:! STREET. WHOLESALE DEALER INBU'l"I'EIt Trough Faro from Jacksonville, 6 00 Treatise, 2d ed.; Panic's C. C. Reports, 2 Hartford Ct.. Company covered her health immediately-re
Ojtjios; te Charleston Hotel. A. E. HERTZ, Palatka. Petersdorfl's-Abridgment; Supplement CAPITAL $230,000, with a large surplus. Endorsed Truly and respectfully yours,

j.in C ly CIU RI.fqOS, 1'. c. DIRECT FROM Bli BEE & CO., Jacksonville.CLAG11ORN 17 vols.; Wheaton's Law of Nations;: by theJState. WILLIAM.B1U TOL' '

GOSHEN NEW YORK. & CO., Savannah. Cowen's Treatise, 3d ed. 2 vol; Benedict' ALFRED GILL, Pres't; JAS. C. WALKI.ET, See', ;
I.'eb.21-tf American Admiralty Dirt's Law of Vendors H. L. BraD 31. D. -
HARDWAEE. jan27-ly ; Exam'g Physician. for Sa -Unci, June 10, 1852.
and .4tb ed Moneil'sPractice vannah.This

COURTNEY;TEWaENT & Co.. H A II D WARE. Charleston and Florida 2 vol!.; Archbold's Criminal; Plea I company will issue policies on the jointstock certify. BRISTOL that&I Co.purchased, before of MessrsWM. jester '

U.'S. MAIL vols Insurance. 2 vols, principle, and the mutual planthuscombining day
MKKCT IMPORTERS Of STEAMERS ding, 3 ; Phillips on '
HAUDWAIJE!: CUTLKllV, GUNS PIS I HAVE on hand, and am constantly receivinga the benefits of both systems at the o" day, a.box of B'ardott&eVerxnifuge Suga -
3d ed. Eden 3 vols Revised I
full supply of Hardware consisting of CAROLINA ; on ; '
TOLS, &o., ; tion of the insured. Drops for a child of mine, four and a hal :
A"o. 33 Inline Street. Cutlery. Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws. Cross Cut AND Statutes 4lh ed., 2 vols.; Adams on Eject Policies will be issued at the lowest rates'of years old, whom I supposed troubled wit]
Saw, Hoes,Chains Xn.il.-5, Axes, Blacksmith aiid ment Connecticut Reports, 12 vols. that be
; premium can adopted, and afford reqni
Cc.31 .l3 3 a C:9a E'1NTh.D.:1l.IID worms. I had tried to Yennifag
a Carpenters' Tools, and all other articles usually get ,
They are constantly supplied with all the Re site security to the insured and perpetuity to tb 5intiLution.
V/y..C.COU.VTN, G.B.T,NNENT, kept in my line of businefM. Through to Palalka in 24 to 30 Hours. port' of the various Stales aa soon as published down her several times, but could not d ;.'
6-1 JAM B. EVA S. C. HOPKINS, Agent.Xo. Policies issued for the benefit of a married it without'holding her nose, and sh
Jan y 177 Congress St., Savannah, Ga. The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every AKCIIBOLD'S CRIMINAL PRACTICE &
the life of
woman, on her husband or any other would vomit: all up again.. But site .i '
3 P. M.
at PA-
Saturday .Returning will leave PLEAIJING
D.AA9BLER jan2T.lyiSO. LATK every Monday at 7 A M., Piculata 10( The.foregoing is the sixth American, from the dently person,of will her enure husband to her and separate of the claims use, indepen of she got the taste of the ScAR Daors, she,

NAMFY.C1eftER AND DKAI.EK,IN M. COOI'KK CO. A. M., and Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A. M. twelfth and last London edition of ARCH creditors. her cried for more. Yesterday .and to-daj : ,

DU UD P The FLORIDA will leave Charleston every BOLD'S CRIMINAL !'LEAl}G. Mr.Arch we gave her the contents of the box, an4today
o WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DF.ALf.R IX Tuesday at 3 P. M. Uelnrning will leave Pa bold's writings have been before the public for SLAVES IXSTJUED onreasonableterm,I. it brought- FOURTEEN

161 AlEETiNG-STUKET, Books ) Stationery latka Thursday, 10 o'clock A M.; Black Creek nearly half a century-a proof of the high esteem California and Australia Risks aben. LARGE WORMS! away of them foo '
some a
jai.C-ly CIIARLESTOX c. I P. M.; Jacksonville, Friday 4o'clock, A. M. in which they are held. This edition is mnch
r ftf>Mro wwtr&vrn Ri. T"IIII 1At. rn"N > A. WILBUR, 10DI'
- These steamers connect with all the interio
H' than of its
'Vho1.'u. lint .>i fop AVnrelionte, u. tj'A VVtvrln '. ilQ.Tgn more comprehensive any prooecesdors. Agent 129 Congress st., Savannah. MARTIN
Stages of I East Florida and connect b oth way The former editions were confined to Pleadingand HUBER -
WO. 16lMI! JoITl81"., opposite Charles SAVANNAH. with the New York Carolina Rail my26-y
steamships. Evidence. The present,in addition to what EastoftheBigBasinBroad-at.UtIeI
ton MoU-I ChiiilMftn.! The J.(O..r COOrER, y
uadernigned WM. A. OLCOTT E. KNAPP. roads,and the Wilmington Itouds.Passage .
was contained in of the others -
has in :-torenad is any very
c-wsfsintly receiving from bis from Charleston
evernl la.iouracliirors, all of the different kinds Printing and Bookbinding executed with! 8{; irotn Charleston to Palatka. $10.to Jacksonville. fully CRIMINAL of the different PRACTICE.crimes, and of It every consists branchof of __ Uric, NOT. 16, 1S52.

ofIIAT3and CAP." suitable for the southern ricnines.t and despatch. For further paiticularg apply to three volumes of nine hundred each Messrs. WM.-BRISTOL Co.," "
and attention southwestern of merchants market?, to ivhich be invites the Foreign Cooks imported to order at N. Y.pried J. W. CALDWftLL; Charleston. Will be found by far the most extensive pages, thoroughand Gentlemen,-My little daughter, aged '
tlesirin; >0'\\I" in bit line. BELLECIIASSE & .
Feb 10tfParchment useful work on criminal law 7 had been for three or four
Having many years experience in the business, he _ _ Jacksonville. ever published. 'years, ailing
flatters himself that It contains all the American as well English months and fearing .that she .might be
prices and quality hilJgoOfJs Paper R. It, REID, Palatka. law with
cannot be excelled.: I).A. A IBL hit Feb. 10-tf appropriate practical forms for every troubled with.worms about week ago I
Paper ia tough slows proceeding. No lawyer and
BOOl\\-This very ; certainly no judge BAR-
\%riI. M.TUNNO and distinct copy and offers or district attorney, should Ie with ut a copy. bought at.your store a box of.
.' the advantugo cf texture and surface which may NEW YORK And for the student wishing to obtain an insight DO 1TES SUGAR DROPS*and adminiarf -

o Factor and Commission Merchant be written upon without fprcadinr. The Honks into Criminal Practice as well as an accurale tered them all to her in one day. Within.

(For Florida 1'roduce r are well bound and paged and are sol.1 ,at themanufacturer's PACKET 110. and profound knowledge of the principles of- twenty-four hours after,she passed away
prices in single ones or in quanti Criminal Law, this is just the Book. tenor
O. 5 nviHTT-Tvro of.tnem
b- SOLTTillillNVliAKF,. ties. BANKS, GOULD & co., WORMS, some .

Clmrlestdh, S. C. PAFENTDOUBLE' LEVER COPYING 144 Nassau st New York. APOTHECARY- HALL twelve Inches Ion;. We gava

119.y PRESS. And 475 Broadway Albany. and Tea Depository. her no othermedicine.: Since then, she

t ---, With this press copies are taken with The New and Regular line of Packets between July 23.Herrmann. has been a different child entire1T.

Jackson; vifIeT<' iiiidry ease, and much quicker, than with the Screw more New York, Jacksonville and Palatka, composed No. 3, Dr. ISyrne'a Sew Building. Jack She had not slept well nights, but used

Pregg and others ordinarily in use. It does not by the new and fast. a.iling schoonersJoseph J. Meyer, 164 William at. ,aoivIltel.P.jbere to cry out in her sleep and.I.was afraid

AND require fastening d -a Sl i tb na (9 co a-n a out of order. JcrseyOak 16 J tons, I. S. ROGERS, Com'r, Publishes well constantly on -a,Large tirely wclLHaving '
will assortment of .
ply between the .
'FITIIIC METALLIC DAMPENER, in New York ports.A'gent THE UNITED STATES ILLUSTRATED, DRUGS' and ChEMICALS 'previously.used Tarious. oil*
JL having made cston ire and Superseding the use of the Brush Wet Cloth JOSEPH GRICE Water EAST, No. I, Containing' "accurate views and worm medicines in family I cansafuy
It descriptive
.. .valuable improvements in their establish- and Blotting l'aperosaving all tho lime and trou just received by late arrivals warranted fresh and
went are now prepared lo (furniih ble incident to their Agents in Jacksonville, articles -Ihe President's genuine. Also PERFUMERY' COMBS recommend .BJLRDOTTC'S DROPS asprtfW
use;) with it ,
a perfect House in
Stam Ciiiies flf say required power, from may always be secured with any presj. copy B1SBEE & CANOVA. Falls Washington; Niagara BRUSHES,, SOAPS, LAMPS JBURMNU able to all other remedies for the..efeOo. '
-ene to one buudrcd hurae.- The: Agent in Palatka, ; BarbYYdt's Lake near Sara FLUID &e. &o., which will be low toal eradication .
Saw Mill undersigned are the s>Io and exclusive It. K. DUKE. toga and the Bunker Hill Mont sold for of worms.WILLIAM
cash. -
; .
Sugar Mills: Agents for Georgia and Florida for the above arliclcs All goods directed to their care will be promptly ment. STANTON, .
and have uibde arrangements by which I forwarded. WEST, Xo. 1, Lake Iihnska Country orders solicited and punctually at '4i Street tiEc.&Iwya .
Horse l'owcra (sources of the Mississippi Water ,
; they are enabled to ili! tended to. "Physician's .
. nU.n Dose. nf thAn at. Mia_ 'n..nn1v prescriptions put up with '_
-- Falls
-" September 4th 1832. ,
wwufacturer' 23tf"T ) of St.An
yrm 'IUld,aUI au oiner machinery used in ,prices. Ihony, ftwa care and despatch.
.thiii country plates,) and San Francisco.. --

Iron mKl JJra, Castings. American and Engli3Is Copying Writing, NOTICE.NO PRICE,fifty cents per numoer. SODA WATER AND SYRUPS, '.: ready for u$&

tearn Boat, .Saw Mill, and other repairing, at of the best Carmine and Reatiiks, COLORED PERSON will hnrenfterbo Each subscriber to .East and West receives a I of my own manufacture, in their highest state .

-short notice. quality tho, constantly hand. Also allowed to travel on any of the boats run magnificent plate, the Battle of Bunker Hill." perfection, in their season to be had at the
CCJ-All Machinery purchased from will Marking Ink by gallon or barrel. between after Irumbull counter. ,
us bo ning Savannah and this port, unless accompanied a< a premium.
have also
They made
put In operation in any part of tho State, by large additions to their by their master owner, or having a 1I1\1iU.'S
stock of- ..
competent machinists \Vriting Papers of every description TEAS. '.
irhcu dc
ired. and upon special ticket, to bo retained by the Captain of -
reason able Liberal discounts made when told In 'ol. II. Agent for New
terms.1 quantities toe.steamers, anti to be endorsed if by the York Pekin Tea Company.
'. Drawings and estimate furnished, wuhout of five reams and upwards. some well known person. Parties interested will No., Containing the Views and Descriptions Teat>f direct importation and of thirty-four va '
.hare*. Mathematical Instruments, Surveyors' Compasses please take notice, as this rule will be strictly en Columbia Bridge Snsquehanna 0 ,rieties from Ito 1 lb.in a package all warranted Lm.L -

";.' MOONEY & GOOjqN, Chains, Drafting Materials,&0. &e. forced. .Scener1-on the San Juan, Nicaragua and at extremely low riee8. .
,r They have facilities 1
Founder and Jlacfsiniits.3mkronvlUe. in all the various foroxocuting Bookbinding CLAGhORN & CUNNINGHAM, ; Luxemburg,, near Vienna ftj-COUNTRY DEALERS supplied, BY O a-
styles and making -
March up Blank S. LAFFITEAU and Valley of' Goecktu KHISO.ACCOMPANIED WITH ctsu.Gazan&FowerSeedn .- .*
/r J. |0lyUNDKIiSlUNCl Books ruled to any pattern, iu which they put near- Con. _l _

:1.1111 ) keeps the best of stock. Also of Card,Circular, Label Agents at Savannah. stantinople.PHICE Plants. &c. I ,, -
eoustaptly on F. WAVER ; -
.u bund tllll.oPl.l,of P.XMIL.V UltOCKJIIKS and. Fancy Prinllng.- & CO., twenty-five cents per_number T. MCMILLAN. ,
AM Foreign Books Imported at Now York prices 1JISHEE & CANOV.A, Each subscriber to.volume It. receives'an'his. '
fktshen Duller PItlIVIIOSS.conitmg CbeeM .Lard partly .:r JOHN M. COOPEK &'CO.COOP.DIAN'S Agents at Jacksonville*. torical Picture,"the Maid of Saragossa as a .my2Gy .

!' oon Si cJlJtland, Shoulders., Flour., haze. -SaY&'Jnab, Feb. 10th. June. 23,185*. 3,73m41, .JyU minra with. the, last number.- .pro .Dr.; A."Upham's.ege.tablePile.

"t'u.tar of all kinds, t>flee. Teas,Soda,Butter, BaUlnff .

''. 'PlozeTht.t1cn.1a.'Sugar and .totou Crackers. Pilot Bread, E.NB.Y .COOP IAN continues EstabIistuieiit.II to supply: JOSEPH, V ,HERNANDEZ JOSEPH GRICE ----. JSledtiiarv; **":- _
.Codfish 'Jlolas.f: -
fyrup. certain
ss ,' .
< for'Piles
Jacksonville '
people with General Internal
Beans, Potatoes, Tobacco,t'p.. S5egar'f. utr.;:; (MOD BKCAD i DRAPER' '&,TAILOR Commission rchaDt *or External, DleCdI g'or uhlic!. .' "
: ;
4' UK. .A LSO
sfJrudr. Fruits, Preserves, Pruhc l, Sardines, lilt FOR CASH. AND CASH ONLY JACKSONVILLE E.- F. i STRICT.and rompt attention given to the sale of JtSL ,of for all inflammatory Diseases;affections ,
tL'ognao store is situated. on a,41.reet.2 doors TTOSEPH V all ,tho Skin and Imparities of,the.HlooJ ,. \
: BnnJy, I'eaeb do.: Scotch WbUkr.. t ; HERNANDEZ returns thanks article of produce entrusted to his -
the care, arising front
4j31 eJIt. old corner of Wm_ AIsop (at present tJI' "' to his friends and and all orders any source i'reparod and sold onlr
Holland the
< Whiskey; Alart .
mo. publio '
generally for nrompt.ly.eomplied
F. Waver &Cd'..) where bo had at by the original proprietor hi. Le.onanr! Yeasti d.fi
Ira Wine can all time the liberal ,at Medical Office ( !
ha. ,
*;-' L>'K 4'ba ,Cherry do"l'o. !- do..,,Claret.do.. BilE AD-, VAKESand PASTRYtteverf dowription. by.strict'attention patronage has receive, and bones, -x apl29-tf. ,. : 1X! >. J3owery, New' York" and 'by his ." ,
) agaats
>;1 pag ,,'Absynlhe. to business, to merit a continuance throughout '- ":;-'.' 1febetitllte'
.; 1 ALWr i :,!the same. Having_just received fine 'heTonod t.ates. The genutn.b.s.. : "This .owaer II,._an- I
Dry Goods. l1Th es. UUolctti-&o." Persons from the country will find it convenient assortment of Goods,consisting of blue arid a black l, &: p 'riEn. my.signature ia.trjr: own hanllwrlting.VotsaIe :for"''V'JUT.:.'1"nl"maunl! r ""..and._a1 L,,

.. :,- Which, 1' will fell- -low for' cash.. cr ennntry'proucb' bti to supply eowzt.er.Pr1vate themselves with those articles,fresh, at CLOTII3 of different qualities, black and colored. General ,Oomnitison.mercJiant ,Julj2." al : t'Q1'UECAl1ALV.. kiUd4orBAler.cakO, "aud.hu iWJq ., ; "

_. '"& ., ". G..3IVEfl5., il1 town hereCoCoro.,families. 'regubirly supplied- CASHMEUES VRSTIIfGS' LINENS and ',VltI LS for ,134t, FrontSttet'porserizJ4; .,, Ln.,, -". ,_ 2 ': :vantaga over'.Yeast,.in riakin t', pUperfectl.y l I
-.11' : pants, of4i TRIMNCS : V Stairs n.
iryBHattern -
: Parties Nnr York -
,New Grocery and-Provision Store times be accommodated wishing pastry with'famished,, ean at all ) h.&0,, direct from the North. he b pre WILL attend promptly to all.business, 'entrusted fl&.1 f.l( c''Co r'141',D t"ct;:ii Ti : ;. li.ht..an&TeadyfQt.buatsntiIsmixed.t! .BOS-Y &D!
ftaJOnabt.unna.. ,promptness... on' pared ta' execute alt work .entrusted to hit'care to their care. ,Particular attention 'Cci. 1-00".
I this : : with despatch; and: In :a''workizanUksmsnur sale of Cotton,'Lumber,Timber given tor the '.rdq; J(4jQf453'A1taclj ;; :. ,otc4kc: when;:____ : .. .
take of ,
.' :tzit sJericgtede..pt-.ettuflyinfcrini the ctt, for thcMibenl.-Jdonee.opportunity of expressing my thanks He invjtes s.llto give him a. c..n. on Newnan<'t., also to-the purchase of goods: ;'and, .Turpcntinej n. : t. 4 ,A : lilielj,.tQjdu U1o'del'tareJePJ _
:'JIl: ;: Iteut.bfackwanU0. encouragement which 2d door from Dr. Byrna'i *: Thm,414 t'ienu 15 Co a'
: rjclully.that be1ssoneu.4snewstoekof I bare new buildtng.'assaring : .Liberal itoactban.; tbesdeJI' "
already received
while adraiaotment on o.
and Docx.
respectfully the pullio that iU lI1al .
l prices shall be .oiulrnmonb
anktng; continuance the same"foel warranted moderate"and. 1r' rJ htt D3IX1sgellsddll.Io'lIE -and.IftTJwjnjres.lHi: :.f,". nibT'
,. .J..AMJ .-GROlUES'l, pnoVrStON In I all ganeenti warranted to fit.N. .\. _-: ?. 182(11. : IETh rnto' ;.
for the '
claiming bread '
th "tr : wbloU! offer qualities .; U.; uuiog..d 'repairing' at'the'ihorterK( deteadwzgasiaflcthmn p irepare'for baking. toe '.
interested are
'a" *
: "- S:1
ot'aplIb ia all the 7 '* *- '
,1Jt unsurpassed essential which ; t.
to miiko .
'." 's. Jr.L"\lr. : ,. the staff of life palatable,pare;,"and wholesome go ? U co..< .2"" __ "r"b, .'.,Jof 7"" L ', J.-'U OJliE'S: ,aboresult., hfiieby.notlflcd by orthelnstituUoo .f the -oh(, flDg..+weU1JOva'H. t .ODe r 1-;."J' .r"_ .:
Irtrelver7 tJo\eeeessarflerFni1j Use ean .will; continue to u'e the aUftebaeiItrandp.rlat: td .
floury wblcn .wivtt.TRKST.
n bet ,with" OBP.UNTING..tilh ryir.oniu 5"
: to the Ift'Hr.a'H"
to plead J '\
be'ueaU declarati
: bt4IIJk.1O, rca *L-iieutezI'attheJlepubUcan and the Une ''' > 'iWO.DQ
.omoet tcfnle prescribed law.P
S by .: *
nvftq low *+ !u '
taJl t1iJ:1 t
ii s
: r\UTJpa" if we Wpromufngyiuy ; Lira Oak t*** '
:4. Catornert Good DreGd & ; and i''f'
; ". rieitzi 1ibr ;. : : '
..'JuI/1 :J. UO\.tLV 'marcb2&.Uwjo' :#HENKY'COOPAIAN., ltli 4our t. ...;Yt1t'J"fm ,.1f .Timber An4 19.crder >., .. 'it1OU-tGB : .fl-. : :" 'lLav-: r 4
fouc'l '
n---- ". jug Meoa -s-f- < fr.uroha.t ,-'i'.i,"<' )h''tb 'J'4tD'il: ,J !6l."Pea.e8w tIg4-3Zn -Jr JrQb ". ..Hl, .r' .. .1' --,J.. "

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