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 8, 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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I :: Washington Union.. and relurned'his dissent to the act. and..his; :: Powhatan FJRs/bj t; .Missfssfpp'i" 'Ttins"I From the N( !.York TribM., when-we: openly the trangreibion .of formula'by which of" v .'

. condemnation of the policy on which it t'a8 Rawllhis; treaty, which repulsed Tesas.anddismembered ; ;, l of the aforesaid" rmand; 'before:enjoineil oa rigt Wtca. .- "; .".,

Colonel: B ntOI'. History. done; General Jackson had yielded to'th the valleyof. the, Mississippi 1i. you ;(seeing that in.the same book you had .bo 'we, the. underwritten Cardinal,: pro". _

, of Mr and consentedto which placed foreign. on' the resumed and defended aforesaid ., ,.. '
:: seof Florida and Cession of Texas. arguments Mon r IIUThat.the o d.mn t -.ncl Abj.rt I tbe opinion nounce : f. 'N
Purr the.tesion', of"'Texas' as' a temporary upper halves of the Red river and' the Ar.kansasplaced 't alreadytondemned and" in your 'presence F. Cardinal De Asculo, .. '-?

- 4no 1821. James Monroe, President.] measure. The words of,hs answer to-Mr. a foreign power and',a' wilderness eminent the asjr'onqmer'( tltf'"''of aconstrained declared to be erroneous; because, in the ,G.Cardinal Bentiyolas .' : ','

I.was a member of the bar at St. Luis, Monroe's letter were : "lam clearly of youropinion between.Misfouri and New Mexico, ; by 'R thnInquisiti doctrine I said book, by various circumlocutions", yon F. Cardinal D Crmona .:-ff:h

in the then Territory of Missouri, that, for tbe'present,"' \ve ought to' and which brought a non-slaveholdin' : empire and abjure d!the'and u niver\ ; earnestly endeavor to persuade, that 1 it isleftbyyou Fr. Antony rOuphU.. \

year 1818 when the Washington city newspapers be contented with the Floridas." to the boundary line'of the State, ofLouisiana now sally abundanty'c, the Siin'is the center of ? : 'undecided, and aj;; the least i B. Caroinal Gypsius,' ; '!:"

made known the progress of that I But Mr.'Jefferson-.would yield to no tem and almost to the southwest probable, which'must necessarily a grie. i Fi Cardinal Yerospiu > .;-...:

treaty with Spain which was signed on the. porary viewR of, policy, and remained inflexibly corner of Missouri-saw this treaty, three our planetary several orbs).st m"a'n' the Earth on* ous error,' since an'opinion'" can by ho I AI..Cardinal GinettttC., .:: [

. 22d,of February folowing, and which, in opposed to the treaty ; ar.d in this i times ratified by the American Senate, as among that has periodically been, revolvingaround means' be probable which hath already been -4. \2,;,

acquiring Florida, gave away Texas. I was he was consistent with his own conduct in ;ood as unanimously every timt. and with credited but cent r" vry'vlJeJy We have declared and adjudged contrary :to divine Tilt'A VUL&flO$01' iAttd.- .,

locked at it-at the cession of Texas and similar circumstances. Sixteen years before the hearty concurrenc' of the American not fullyadmitted.. scripture. A I, GalileoGalileo GaUlei/stwelfcc;J t yioetri i .

the new boundaries proposed for the United he had been in the tame, ciicumslafices public,and the full applause of the Amer. : repeatedly condemned met assertions that'the hat abstract the Inquisition 'Wherefore yon have, by our authority, a Florentine, of the aappearing of evepty. 4 _.-:

States on th I southwest. The acquisition the time.of the acquisition of Louisiana can press. Yet I remaine in the Selatei doctrine of Copernicus,was and not Galileo, but the bern summoned to this our holy office, in personally. .In. :jagenbeing \ ,&c.Y .

of Florida was a desirable object, long when he bad the same repugnance of Southwestern to see, within a fe political of the latter base which, being examined,.you have on oath on my knees in the presence or ,
10 ught, and sure'to be obtained in the pro aggrandizement to contend with, est sweeping the lears overturning all presumptuous attempts acknowledged the said book it and establish it texts of Scripture.We .
pers of erects ; hut the new boundaries, and the same bait (Florida) to tempt him. that stood-before it, back this very upon Ie., to,.ttie.. friend nd.printed by you : ,And have also con- nals of the universal Christian

,, besides cutting off Texas, dismembered the Then easter men raised the same objections; country which this treaty had given away who HobI18d.thereore ., frselllat about.ten.or twelve years .ago, wealth, inquisitor gen illKains heretical'
" mutilated two of fourmAihs and the Union itself with'dissolution sert JJal IIibtran'Magazne had been ,
valley of the Mississippi, and as early as August, 1803, only menacing for Feb., i given you 'as eyeahe"bor
its noblest rivers, brought a foreign dominion after the purchase of Louisiana, heHlfjhoDr. if it was not immediately done, and I Sentence above, the said book was begun to be written gospels, on'wbich I now my ,,

(and it non-slaveholding' ) to the neighborhood Brecken e : ''bjecion are without regard to consequences. Bit of this Galileo by the actually passed together on by you. Also, that you petitioned for swear that I have always believe ind no.
hereafter. Papal Inquisitor I [ it but without si believe, and, helping, .that .han .lor
' of New Orleans, and established a raising to the eastward to the vast extent of with his therein The cense to publish Go

wilderness barrier between Missouri and our boundaries, and propositions are madeto The point to be now noteJ of this treaty Magazine Abjuration affirms that this excted.Sentence had t' those who gate you such license,niryinp the future believe whatever ChurcbVholds holy'Catholic

New Mexico-to interrupt their trade exchange e Louisianaor a part of it for of 1819 is, that it completed very nearly, in Ibd .been prohibited you by any means toMaintain and Aptolicl 'Roman', ,
never appeared in save a Out becausethis
he extinction of slave territory within the defend, .or.teach such doctrines. preaches ;
their inhabitants, and shelter the the Floridas ; but, as I have said, shall few before, I,
separate limits of the United States and that it was provincial newspaper a years You likewise confessed that the holy office had enjoined roe byprKpt'entirrly
j the lives andproperly the Floridas without and I would riot
wild depredators upon get ; and that the authenticity and accuracy of writlJ
the work of southern with the sanc. of the aforesaid book to relinquish lats qma.bi
of all who undertook to pass from i give one inch of the waters of the Mississippi men, the be relied ou. was so
following .
tran..latiol may is 'the <
of the South. It rut that the reader might think the the sun center
tion extinguished or 'iany places mintjQi'that
nation. So that Mr.
then in politics
the other. I not to foreign
one to wa any The intrinsic evidence of such authenticityis and that"lbe earth i i&
and had nothing to do with political affairs; Jefferson neither in 1803 nor in 1819 wou1 off the slave territory beyond the Mississippibelow very decisive. It seems to us that this rgumenls adduced on the false part, cal- \ord'' ,I.movabc. nor to' bold, defend *
36 30 minutes all the ulated rather to perplex the understandingy movs J
whole evil of this have mutilated Louisiana to degrees except
but I paw at be'pondered, not
qnce sentence
may profitably teath or by writingthe /
in Arkansas which was soon to their weight than be easily resolved or by'any means
voice diagram ;
I: sacrifice and instantly raised my cession of Florida, which he knew alone by champions of Papal infallibility, after it had
great 'doctrine
i''ftfunct it i in articles published in the St.t be obtained without that mutilation ; nor become a State. The Missouri compromise, but by alkthose who regard dissent from the xcusing yourself, by saying, you bad fallen been aforesaid notified fals tome that ; sid doctrine -' .
had interdicted in all the vast Into an error so foreign from intention te"afor
line blavery your
which the :
t uis and in were given would he have yielded to 'threatening interpretations of Scripture insisted on by I
newsrapcs of Louisiana north of 36 degrees :as declared,) because yo'u had handled is repugnant to holy'scriptnrei-l
national reasons againstJBing discontent in the East.I expanse yon
j substance T
the canons of their respective sects as sy. have book, iawbcb
wiitten and printed a
minutes this first to in the form of a dialogue; and ,
\ the country, which were at- have a gratification that, without knowing 30 ; treaty gave away, with Infidelity. Read and consider '
away nonymois treat of the doctrina already'condewn.
and at and thousand miles from him I I Spain,and then to Mexico, nearly all the **" ,because of the natural complaisance which same
towards, and by many tongues, it, a :
: ed and adduce .with great
1 ,
hundred Jefferson slave territory south of that line; and'what every one hath in maintaining his own efccy
of and the
an took same ground
the'expense miions. llr. little left by the SENTENCE PASSED UPOX GALILEO, BY THE and In himself more in favor of It, notofrins any.
was Spanish treaty was .shewing
used his words- rlments
to get it back. I denounced treaty, blood on, and even own adjudged 'and
given assigned in perpetuity by laws and by COURT OF INQUISITION, WITH HIS ABJURA acute than others, in defending even false them, therefore
and attacked its authors and their motives not an inch of the waters of the Mississippi of heresy, namely,
different Indian tribes. These TION. ingenious deductions, and of vehemently !
treaties to ProPositions by
he heads of these nation but I mortified at the
and imprecated a woe on ( to any ; was I and believed, the sun
Cross of I maintained
that tpat
of '
We of the Holy
treaties, (Indian and Spanish,) together with Caspar, apparent probability.;
United States ,
who should continue to favor it."T" time that not a paper in the and immovable,
of the
is the ,
Jerusalem Borgia, brother FelixCertinus, of time for center jrprld
the Missouri compromise line-a measure And, a was assigned you
nattr nt valley of the Mississippi backed my essays. It was my frt experience of and that the earth TT the center, and,
the title of St. Anastatia surnamed defense .
and in "solitary and contemporaneous with the treaty-extinguished making your you produced a certificate o
c f a ; springs standing ;
; It Juntains slave in all the United Asculuni. under the hand-writing of the most moves:
States '
the stated-man who shall but I stood it without and even soi .
. to
v >
: d- e
:. finchig. the Guidus, of the title of St. Mary of the 1 eminent lord cardinal Beliarraine, procured, Therefore, being willing t
west Mississippi except .
in .
/ ',' .>: ,..: ...ponder one drop of its water, incurred the !imputation "opposed territory minds of eminences, and of every Catb
. the diagram which was Io constitute the people Benlivolus, brother DesiJerius Scag- as you said, in'order to defend yourself your
:1 the adminislration"-had to encounter
-it !, to foreign power. to this vehement suspicion,
rte r olic Christian ,
of ,
v and in this election the State of Aikansas; and, including the extinction lia, of thfcjitle) of St Charles, surnamed against the calumnies of your'enemies, who
!u <.hf, '.< f poke, spiritT that objection in my first to right conceived against me, I, with sincere
in Texas cession Cremona. where it out that you had abjured,
r even ratified.lr. Senate and viewed as an consequent upon its every gave
U' treaty was was even opponent heart and faith unfeigned, abjure, Execrate
\\ott Barbarinus
the of himself when 1 first to a non-slavehoMing power constitutedthe Brother Antonius and had been punished by the holy ofcl heresies
> ?!."-vjmncy Adams, Secretary by Mr. Monroe and detest the aboveaaid errors and ,
Zacehia of the is
Landivius it aid that
territorial abolition of of St. Onuphrius, in which certificate > you
largest slaverythat
ostensible author of He had and
to sect
i "' POd came to reason other error ,
'a &' of and generally every
: Washinjton. title of St. Peter in Vinculis surnamed had been punished, but
affected the not abjured nor
whom and still was ever by political powerof Church
p i >-a'.v uat Eli"! statesman against know expired, contrary to the said Holy i
: had been filed against abY
nation. The ordinance of 1787 had St. Sixtus.Berlingerius only that a declaration
r.y: fc' .. i> u-tnected and 1 was certain- more after it expired] that no one (of the any of and I swear that never anymore hereafter -
St. Aug.ustinGoiius. said lord and wi
of the title the formally
slavery in all the drawn up by !
I ,' :UiCtC :' c. .i,e of his great culpability.B young generation) had a more exalted opin- previously extinguished you issued the congregation Iiidicis, say or assert, by sprcb or. writing.
; > : :>:c frmness. of St. Lawrence. is declared that the doctrine concerning -
Fabricius which it
I;. : mv.i ; r 'be) li t II'. )f the House absolved general soundness of judgment, be of the : the Ohio, and out the aud be had of me; but r. il.I shall know.anyone ,
of to the great lakes so that at this moment Francis_ of St. Lawrence. the motion of earth ,tbe.i' I '-"
\4 hiii .' iS'H-e'h. account that treaty, more ready, whenever the occasion permitted ; heretical,or suspected of heresy, .1.
oi the bt. MaryandGinetluis, of the is to
new sun contrary
eiaof the second election of Mr. Monroe Martin nobility
blame the in his and illustrious : him this office,otto the jnqnis'.tor
an 'CL Uie on majority ,to justice to long1 Cardinals of neither be de- denounce to holy
of God therefore
in and :Florida Deacons by the mercy scriptures, and ,
Mr. Monroe's cabinet-stther men, by career of public service. slave soil, except Arkansas Church andspecially cal Wherefore : and ordinary of the place in which
Roman Catholic femlellnor maintained. ,
the of the United the Holy seeing
"whose vote he been governed in ceding The treaty, as I have said, was promptly was extinct in territory deputed by the Holy ApostolicalSee no mention was then made of two particulars I I sbal be. I moreover' swear and 'lrmst

Texas and fixing the boundary which 1 so and unanimously ratified,by the American States. heretical docere will fulfil and observe en
against of mandate namely ( quovis tlat
inquisitors general the ,
The growth of slave States ( of as
much After this authoritative Senate ; not so on the part of Spain. She except the whole Christian and penitencies "whiih have been it\o upott
cndemne. modo 'teaching by any means, we
in my place in the Senate hesitated, ,delayed, procrastinated, and finally Arkansas and Florida) was stopped-the perverseness Commonwealth throughout: ,)that in the course of fourteen or sixteen me, or which shall be .-holy

the honorable amends to Mr. Adams suffered the time limited for the exchange of increase of free States was permitted inall judge of office. But if it shall happnbat I f o eonJ

hicbere equally due to him and to ratifications to expire without having gone the vast expanse from Lake Michigan and Whereas yon, Galileo son of the late : years they bal slipt out your memory trary(which God avert my "o

that indispensable formality. Of the Mississippi river to the Rocky mountains Vincent Galileo of Florence being seventyyears arid for same reason you were and 1 '
nyself.The. ob
was signed on the anniversary through course this put an nlto tbe treaty, unless and to Oregon, and there was not a of age, had a charge brought againstyou silent respecting the mandate when book you! promiss1rotettioD'myself ad .,punibrnthich
treaty of discontent visible on the surfaceof I in this holy office, petitioned for a license to print your
and sent to revived and therefore new negotiations ripple in the year 1615 the holy ad CD'
f the birthday of Washington, it could be ; and this by not to main- \\ by canonS
the public mind at this mighty transformation that held as true erroneous opinion )-e wa'saiJ you have been
ana unanimously and vehement expostulations'against you a stitutions,
he Senate the same day, in but
obstinately error,
is in ain persist. your
the or
free No That
into sun
alified on the day, with the general I the conduct which refused to ratifya of slave territory. held by many namely : from vain ambition and not enacted and promulgated agtvihst sucb.lo.
ICx talk then about dissolving the Union, of the world, and immovable and proceeding and
approbation of country and tbe warm' treaty negotiated upon full powers and i the center as '. But this certificate, quents. So help me God, holy gnaw .
i citizen was not allowed to with the earth moves even with a' diurnal lerverseness' very t hands.
go that which
This instructions. It in now lay my
of the in conformity to was every pels, on
press. rather lends to
applanse unanimity of the Senate newspaper and applause of the the course of this renewed negotiation, and I his: .'property"-that is, all his slaves-Io motion ; ,also that you had certain scholarsinto irouuced in' your look worse, because inill I, the aforesaid Galileo Galilei, have b
all the acquired by the "common whom instilled the same doctrine ; make your excuse and have bound myself
made no impression upon me. I continued of these warm expostulations that Mr. territory you the aforesaid opinion is' jured, sworn, promised,
press of all the Union. But maintained correspondence IS declared that of th ,e
blood and treasure" also, that a and in the fidelity
and its author?, Adams used the to you as
assail the strong
expressions and abT
t the oi 1844 wheieof with certain s contrary to the holy scripture, yet you and have subscribedto
this to chapter
belongs this hand
point matlu.matica
the on with ,
the official enigmatical at time of my own
because dispute
and Spanish ministry, so
the more bitterly, and have dared to treat of it as a matter -
I have the material to write the true also'thai published
when showed 'that had offered more than we accepted of Germany ; this writing'or my 'abjurio.whicb !
published Spain )01 defend and teach it probable : present
correspondence it with fair. solar in and as wonl.At
and of spot word
histr to
't." secret ), hope use tain epistles mating I have re ted by
rivers that she dare not deny
that this great sacrifice of territory, and : the license itself favor seeingit
doctrine does you 22d
and with 'moderatlon.Tbc the as nor this
with same of
justice, explained the Convent Minerva
all gratuitous after the lapse of a or the news, \\hich you obtained Rome, in
ind boundaries, was Finally, year Sl. and artfully by -
I deceitfully
proper in the objections was -
of the slave answered to
In the outside view question Irue,.because you of June, of the 1633.
( tlie ratified by Span. meantime i the imposed year
was mandate
and voluntary on our parttfl treaty did not produce
had more Spr- Mr. Clay had mad a movement the United States at this lime which any which, from time to lime were brought you, as you I, Galileo Galilei, have' abjured&above
vtrrtment offered us
tji ft'< write is thai the extension from the Holy Scriptures on you.
chronicler taken hand.
can with
accepted and that it was our policy, and against it in the House of Reprt ntalvesunsuccetdul of was then arrested, ciicum-crit l, against, by you glossing over the said scripture And whereas it appeared to us that the'whole my own .

here \>hich had deprived us of Texas, of course, but exciting "some slavery ,. I truth was not expressed by von concerning View* Cferkt
territorial ai-
lot and the larg? country in addition to Texas sensation, both for the reasons he gave and and confined within narrow according to your own sense writing; anu inai in the ; i intention;"we have j'ij.iit j ; 1apoeo' -'
of your
: while free States were permitted an terward when a
who ( copy
the Red river and tl.eUpper the vote of some thirty.odd members announced an account givetf
accurate examination We recently
which between to come to a more
certain -
lay unlimited expansion.; That is the outside form of an epistle written by you to a necessary
: Arkansas. This was an enigma, concurred with him. he to of the business, in which (with by one ol tbe pastors iuijt&is citjf in a pub
view the iiiM.le is, that all this was ( late scholar of was presented
tbe solution- of which, in my mind, strongly This movement very certainly induced work;of Southern men candidates for the it following the yours hypothesis of Copernicus out prejudice to those things which you lie discourse, of a conversation"which' "p

itself with the Missouri coutiovewy the letters of Mr. Monroe to General Jackson in you( for, and defended, cer- have confessed, and which have been sed between the Emperor Napoleon,
in stood
cnuecte with its greatest and Mr. Jefferson, as they were contemporaneous presidency, some abeyance, some ,) you up .as above respectingyour his banishment to St. his faithful *
(1819) against Helen
raging and all to that repugnanceto lain in it, which are againstthe brought you ar
1820) and also some prcuenti. yielding propositions have answered as Count de'M ., The con*
violence, threatening existing political parties (May, territorial and and authority of the Holy said intention.) you friend '
with and the Union with ,. expressions in the letter to General Jackson, which slavery Mr. true sense a penitent and good Catholic. Wherefore vernation was published rot long since in
in the Southwest
di Bubersioli.. went there, to that which evidently referred to Mr. Clay's move- extension Monroe mentioned in his letter to Geneial Scripture.This holy tribunal desiring, therefore, to we, having maturely considered the merits a foreign Journal h is ,10 well .althn' i.

controversy, for the solution, but with a ment. The ratification of Spain was given Jackson the "internal difficulty11 which the inconveniences and mis of your cause, together with your above cated, and s iateresling itself,

misdirection of iU application. I blamed October, 1820, and being after the time I occasioned as the cession of Texas .t>> Spain. chiefs provide, which against have issued hence, and increased said confessions and defense, are come to here preentthat portion which. ,? te"f.to.
Monroe's cabinet; limited, it became to submit it definitive I to our readers: : ..
necessary under-written
in-Mr. faith the
the northern men I' of ; '
chapter is a point in the hit-tory of to the danger our holy sentence'aginst Cbrist "and 1
which tbe American Senate, which was .i. Tils : Napoieeo
General Jackson, again to ?
tbe of :
private papers the times which will require to be understood retable to the mandate yon I Tbe'
hay come to my bands, enable me to correct tone at the sesion of 1820-21. It was all who wish to understand andappreciate the eminent doctors, cardinals of this Having invoked the holy name, of our tell you Jes1s f. man. religion

that error, and give me an inside view again, and almost unanimously, but by and actors of twenty very and universal inquisition, two pro- lord Jesus Christ, and of his most glorious.mothe of Christ is a mystery which sabsist.eby
the events i
of that which I could only see on the outs :le not quite four votes being given against it, supreme positions respecting the immobility of the the ever Blessed Virgin Mary; we, its own force,and proeetJxfronacniud. ,

before. In a private letter from Mr. Monroe and al by western senators-namely : Col. years later.A sun and the motion of the earth, were our definitive, a.entence,'by tbe advice which is not a mind. We findia

to General Jackson, dated at Washington R. Johnson, of Kentucky; Colonel John NEW KIND OF COTTON.-We have adopted and pronouncedwas under : and judgment of jhe most reerend masters it marked individaalityf whichoriimit.d *.

May 23J!, 1820, more than one Ytar Williams, of Tennessee ; Mr. James Brown, seen, says the New Kork Tribune A specimen That the sun is in tbe center of f the worli of holy theology,and the doctors of train of words and actions ou'r knowledge

after the ratification of the treaty, written tojustify of Louisiana ; and Col. Trimble, of Ohio. I 1a of a new. and very beautiful sort of and immovable in respect of local motion i is both laws, our couiicelora respecting the Jesus borrowed nothing from e'xamplr

it, and evidently called out by Mr. ,\ then in Washington, and a senator Cotton brought from among the Pino Indians an absurd proposition* false in philosophy, cause and causes controverted before "9, He'uhiite in himself perfect ,

Clay's it, are these : elect though not yet entitled to a seat, in of New Mexico by an officer of the and formally heretical, seeing it is expresslycontrary between the magnificient Charles Sincerns, of His precepts .Jesus is riot a philosopher learning ,
upon pataJe
alack of tbe ) of Him. In fact
admission Fiscal
both hisdicipleslidored
of the Doctor of Jaws procurator for
known repugnance consequence dea'ed Mexican Boundary Commission. Its peculiarity to holy scripture. I salvaw
with which the'eaterl portion of our Union, new Male lisouri the Union, and consists in a fine, silky staple, superior !- The earth is not the center. of the 'world, this holy office,'on the one par and, you and philosophy are of no the.ase'worldt.for;, reaval

or rather come of those who have enjoyed 8 bad no opifortunity to record my vote length and strength toall kinds previously nor immovable, but moves even with adiurnal Gal o Galilei, defendant' questioned, ex lion J and Jesus came, into and Lbs Jaws

its confidence, (for I do not think that the against: the treaty. But the progress of known. We learn that the seed has motion is also an absurd propositionfaUe and' hainj confessed, a above, on the mysterious of"Heaven ,

themselves have any interestor events soon gave me an opportunity' to been introduced into Texas, and that the in philosophy, and, 'considered theologically the.oth! par. say, judge'and declarerby efthrSpivit. -
people aggrandizement manifest opposition, and to ,appear in in faith. the present processional writing; you tbe .Alexander, Casar, 'blemagDeal
wi.b that kind,) have seen it my plant will soon be grown there extensively is at least an error those .
( of
been the history as an 10 it. the interimto above said Galileo, on account myself, founded
have enemy
and South, parliamentary of degenerating iboughtfitrn
West not -
the advantage
to also we
(t has the great But, whereas: been'adduced in the written Iid rest the -creations of our
that we ought be The case was this: While the treaty was renewal of with you, it JllT* "ed' things which have foundations _
decidedly opinion t and not requiring a proceed gently force.Jesus alone
content'with Florida for the and still encountering Spanish procrastination in if all these peculiari- 'congregationTieta, beforeD. process, and.which youtiave confeSed. genius? Upon Chist' '
pre< the plant, the holy : tbi
ratifications Mexico sed. Tbe upon"in that have rend red yourself founded Hisempire von 'Io. | at *
shall the of exchanging as' above, you
nntiljbe public opinion in that quarter mention (delay to whom the amputated part of Louisiana ties are permanently, to belong to it, N.on the 25th day of February cardinal ,. 1616'j liable, to the suspicion of heresy by this'ofcethat hoar,millions of merr-wonld die for Him
be reconciled to any further change. effect revolution in cotton raising. the most eminent lord achieved
must a that battle that ,
that and the whole of Texas was to be recede is, you believedand, maintained "It'wa>not or ;
these circumstances to show )ou The specimen we have seen will be exhibied mine should enjoin you entirely to and contrary'to the holy the triumph of a day n religion,in the
to ,
alone but attache 1) itself ceased to belong Spain.She doctrine and, ,on docrin
forwarded false '
with It aforesaid ;
Rur difficulties are not repulsedall at the CrY8talJalac. was from the and divine namely l that the sun world. No, it was M long war, a contestof
her independence the scriptures
established com
likewise internal, from various here a house of San.,An- refusal, it was commanded, by the and apostle,
:r proceeding authority and remained at war mercantie your should is the centerof the orb'of earth, three centuries, began by the'
certain men are promptto Spanish tonio for that the holy office, that you ef Christian
causeswhich The l law for giving purpose. mhsary'of 'shoul that it does not "move from Ihe east to thewest then continue/I by the flood -
their with the mother country. and '
of own doctrine
seite and turn to the account "aid false
d is not thswarah1 tbe.kingsamt
the by providing for recanthe' itnor dispute !, and .that the earth, moyes'a generations; In .
effect treaty, CORRESPONDENCE defend "
Ambitions. views." : tO t/i illft. new THE TRESONALE not tlRch it to. otbers". nor _____._ ;r the centertiOn of theworld; tnalOIS t posi.- potentates of the eadhthe 'were on one i side; oa
This from Mr. commissioners run aim m.rt found concealed in Major Andre's boots, it to which u anl '
paragraph Monroe'sleltr.Jl' the time i concerning ; CUIUalU be held and defended as a probable other I see no army, but a mysterious,
the curtain which concealed the secret boundary, had not been passed at when he was searched by Paulding, Wil- you would not submit, that you'shtuld. be may i had been declared and defined force some men scattered hem:and there in
fur ceding which of the ratification of the treaty ; it came up hams and Van Wert, has recently been discovered into prison ;'and, i in order in opinion, alter scriptueandconsequently of the wnrldy no
to My all
can cst to be contrary and 1ba.
explains what -our after I took my seat, and it \va at Albany. The papers consist of execution the same decree on thofcfollowing have incurred all the pars point than .
that other rallying-
I i it not only upon. ,the of the number and disposition admonish'ed in Hiepalace you fatb.i.the
opposed .
much enumeration .
having refused to accept as a Spain an dav: you were gently .and "penalties l bttb. holy canons, mystery of the crossv j
the lord censures
Difficulties it ground of original objections to treaty of the American forces at West Point before abovesaid 'roost .eminent : i .
lad offered. Internal \& that and other ,general and particulai I I die before"mr ;im ,-ana my body .i'
thus shown, bad induced that refusal ; and but on the further and obvious ground tual in- and a description of the fortifcations. with .cardinal 13ellarminer' ,and afterward by tbe ,-enacted'Consttutons promulgated against such, ,!be given back ,to'tbe earth, to become fdp4

these difficulties grew out of the repugnance tbe revolution in xico-her a. suggestions in regard t same 'lord cardinal'and by the 'commissryof from which .it.s our pleasure for .i b the fate of him'

cl leading men in the Northeast to see the dependence-had superseded the Spanish ,. .oints. There i is also.a pass from Arnold, the holy:office' ,' :a notary'and I witnesses. ,, delinquents absolve oh coi.ditiohjthat! 'firs .with- \otmL.-Snc irea.N ..
in tbe whole! article of the boundaries, under which Andre, as lr.John Smith," to"'desist from the to you, who.ha PeD.
of the Union treaty entirely ;
further aggrandizement upon herself that being! present, sincere beait and aith'unfeigned,you abjure, What an abyss betweeflmy great
tlis Sooth and.West. This repugnance was and that it was with Mexic was was returning, to.the .B itish camp.. said erroneous opinion}and that' thereafteritshould it execrate and detest'the above errors and and the Eterwal KJngdofforChfiWwbieh i is'prOclaimed
form io the shape we rhould now settle them. The act not 'be permitted you to defend and'adoreJ.'aiuJ' which U
tbra taking operative other errbr.and.heresy loved
a On the 23Jn1t. heresies, and'eve.rt. ,
'and an passed, however, by a sweepingmajority: ,MWOCRI COTTOM.- it manner, either by speaking earth. Call
of the .Mian'controversy ; a or teach iiiamy CaOiolic'ahd ApostolicalRb'matvChurch extending ovtr the whole, jo*
subversion administration being for it, and ,senators six of cotton raised .and pickedn'Pplk wb rea&ou promised contrary the, *
threatened the the twenty bale .or writing }r and,: in that J8ii not living, ratheVJ' -&
_ou: presence tbiadyIugI
of cnlenc and. the in- themselves committed by previous county,, Missouri, arrived at .St. I ; were at that time' dismissed. lf .
lin obedienCeyou exhibited to -
ary oldinj of events soon"justified Louis! The Newt oftbat: city says': 'such formula, which i is hereby you.But' X.'EvanIi44 '
trodoetion of }slavery question' into the vote but the progress 1 Arid: to the'end that a pernicious and n clouserror'anlrlsgreslon'
federal elections and legislation, and bring my' opposition to it. The countrybeing : We'note this as'tbe'frst eh1junntof. Cot- doctrin might be entirely extirpated )\vay' : that ..yp'u'r"grievous not remain, al According to the Washington "torwponv-
in possession Mexico and she,at ion from :he,M -rivr. ,In the course the' grievious, detriment may ,'
of those elections farther negotiationarbe'tween.Mr Marcy.
ing i into, tbe highest and spread no :and that "you may den cc, the
President and Vice President-..a war.with Spain, no Spanish commissioners of lime, South: Sea 'Island willbe rolling! of tbe. atboI verity a'decree: was *be more'cautious, .sewng'as ,an and the Britwb,Minister! relative I0'tbej6sbing >
toot Dtbem'cndidate could could go there to join ours in executing it } over.tbekMroad; from India,", and down .the issued by the holf' congregation Inc/icar breafer ab- .trbublev beein4ercupteslbjiheinadmiai'ib3li'of
DO 'that they,
remained dead letter. upon ; Missouri by tbe hundred and'per p8'thousands books' to. ,others", may
stand The fl 'Norbeat and e tbe act a prohibiting the 'printing of ,:'wlitb'treat likeoffenceX 'we decree the propositipii tbinitteby

.was repugnance to territorial! aggrandize- the ftatute.bok.. Its. futility_ _i' _was___ ,afterwards __nO I 'of bates.TJeEvening. .' of suclv'soh ,of'doctrine. 4 t \' .IA\\as* sf the*DOOK o.m t \f the.h_t'1f'tTs\f uiaiogue' pi Af uiii n\i\mf\ \;-*. I.oo.-.. tat *. England. These* uroposHtob's* *' ',are Jl**Uteito 'w
meat Uthw 4 but" to the cor.seqnrnt acknowledged by 'ourgTtrIUC", : ; Post noticing thedijprop'brtibriate :therein 'pronounced fils ,andaltoge, But the hibiied by"9(\(1 publicr edict; and we'. : be-. \ ,. .

extension slavery tn tat 'quarter; and the m.a-lep'. corrected herself. mortality amotig children in 'New. contrary* tb holy'divine! :;scripturei :'Florence, yourself to the prison of hoI1otce': r"-I "To permit Colonial bait vwsehi to ob *
prevent the-boundary with Meic *book bas'sirice appearedat tai American registers, lhat frjtile jejbein
and to allay that i pugnanceand same eIObe limited byodrdIretion *
:: ti
'the slavery extension question from becoming i 'This was done b'treaty in.the year 1828, York. ciiyreiriarksf'The:1arge inhmberof. deaths .is from published in the year last past,the inscrip ita a weXJrtjoini'under the titjfe ,bf salutary t 'penancerthat already i nted'in'EagIando AmerieAnanitheir '

residefltal' election, was adopting the bundarie. previously 'agreed tionfiwbicliho' ; edi 'were' ; WsseK; 'To *b6l Bl 'tl>f J15tern "
uch 'come
a test tn the ,b jnfanumn ;: he' majority M: > of .during three, ears to Vjroo foreign'
and wilU Spain'and"cnseqltmtly 'ampo.tatingoDr ter' author theititle! was, 'Dialogue': ntia1pels bounties to tehertneni jPe*iOw'
the iru&reasonfor. giving awayTezas upon : Arkansas o\ingto'.he jreckr a l recite( ,, oncea.week the seven, 'peDit of our
rivers (tbeRed'and withQutdoobt concerning the two principalsystthiofthe ; U to
the true aolntion.tbe eamanoVed! to :of 'the s "wholly unnecessary; Galileo GaHleV and thCopernicadithi i tbe 'or open the Californiaeoasi.nz: tf rr
'asTwucb as ) : dismembering the"valley Irses. pa ;' 1 rkt.tbe Ptolemaic rsrYiigtcf allowBritishiesiel&l$ iev'theAant&tt
the etrariice rhiat Id.: accept donebl.te the innocents in a civilized ; > ; ; rtakintffaway: entirelyfr aVrto
the exentaa was je '
Spain ., Tbetreaty was disapproved Missisipjito ii':'positively'(1rightul.They'are holy:.congregation! I or in'ipart ihe aforesaid penajties andpenitences fofi4
18t9. .1 opposed community} ioaOf tbe afore- I. l
.' from tbe'3mpr "' '. colonial
by Mr.'JelerDi tor wbo.mular letter I pnabtratY".of! 'with Mexicoforthe stuffed atd 4octred, and" bandaged.beyoniIlafl cbghlzing cqjhtiomiebiiernifl :' .1'. r\ix4U:, thee duty on ,
General treaty I 'rea.sonand : 'Jegitimate said bobkflhat the false &ndeo'wi 'sal1 pronotmce,', out bItomL-.ec3proaI. ihe:
tnt t 'reason that I'opposed Its original : : wbp? the ealth:"and:\helimaftbbilitx 1 Jy '
;and forthsMthepurpoie.toobtaiobis ap* same -Oil re.uiofucbcrueitJes.:. come4on,. .it ;isarje4ot'tO motion'(: oce"" ; .rei : t '
i. reftndnore : :
srithduf success. : : detreenactt r.conemn.
bat ;: :
$Uion J btft.Jw"oo Judacqaired. Lou island .' with senator'Spiin Toted; with me'namellltjadeWiI1iu < in oily.4but'tqs; epe'illte lt the;sforesaidboqkivs.sunprevail' ailf, iligenl'jr examined, re;.bjf ti' 'fr \ mode.!

i vinu .the. .*cttould two Carolina MrV" i D" e '' ; I, "

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CASES'M" : :;jJI,1'A.: ,"' ;"" -,..r.<; :removing ; sideratlon:of the meetingdavan&the : to tagea i for.the vSoaih- and betfconi
S \Vaa made, '. .-';'' NOTES OF 'Judgment'affirmed.?:" < jT: ::: : "":._'' : ;" I a sl :ol, proptrtjyreal; and personal,reiceivingjpayment qbesttb.t
.. D.clded' ., th" .Mnpreme. Court*f;Sl..rlat BuA for appellant,. :. $<, n.". jn :wilbjjthe; nglistt! -eapftatists r tended IDes f Railroads, cfler great facility
4. parrr'cbi'pluty' the bopesof "re! ey now
; Mat-Unit, 1\e1 I. U* ftbiagCt.err iabHlwsorancea'y to going many direction
him .
Hace1uJljf n6p Di..v : .", .1 ebtale by; .1 :v d d. il'.te'prosecution over Wiltoa Cleland vs.i.ili Lott,la bi.own right, '--, : the promissory'notes of the vendee, terprise indeedwiltbe.he4iYf0! entertain WIt utterlj4ash#Wip"ay:bavi, extended possessions.Arriud at Baltimoit
&D4.. Executor of Mary Thomas, dcoeaaed, Alphonse Lonbat VB..Abigail A Nonwe. ; wlicbvere subseuently and. posses Savannah, when the first spade shall cleave b bide i e:a;little IQ but the con.: the southern'traveller, whether for bust***)
.In! Lquit'on appeal.1 ,from the Carcult" followed and ac the earth to open the track' for .the )"iron- ien or pleasure, will find himself a ;
amiMziMBimap." "v% **-** sion prpety'sold ,vi i ction.,may yet be_ a the true pint'r'
,. _
1 EquityrOa an'aiPt from -Jai so Jourt for iranklin County. companied" the eoB"ymnrV HeWnottOconstitute borsew and, greater'will, b *t.numpl -* +- '- '$ whence be eaa diverge easiest ,.
Circuit Court. The Opinion'of the Court was delivered evidence of fraud, although jt appeared when she'realizes the benefits interests and,best C nedhop of 4besEca s be ,pleases, -over the, finest liner:of RaC? >

4 MotiocYto.'dotk t tbe H...(for argument by Thompson, J. that the vendee was the mother-in- : will receive when this great.work) bal havebeen tions of the State He cordil ;co-opera: r road in the nation. A line of steamers | '

*t' the present term. The Opinion of the 1. The widow is not entitled to be em- l law of the vendor, and that, owing to subsequent completed., :- ti ontowarda: a great central road within, our tweeU'adD inl(6re1r 'cta ;

Coarfdeli'eI': by Thompson, J,. ; ''' lowed of real estate purchased by her_ de- misconduct ;the.,.vendor, the proceeds We hope the attendance oi oar cjtizens! at own limits, .by our own and. ob- on ',thgreat ile of Railroad '
Where' the term of a Court adjourned, cased husband and his partner, with_ _, the of the sale were lost to,his,creditors. th e Exchange iAlicj;i'wi"be 'such as to : pse88e. Georgia* extending-i and'*onth,and.-

afbei the day :appointed! for its! commence artnership funds, for, partnership use and 4.:Where it thatt6 bsq eltly! give a ear st of ,interet in the tainrd resources, and as tot the Maryland extending east and north; .*
iuentjfo'another day, it is- but a prolongsticn : onvenience: and held and owned as part of toe the apeard. of the' vendee te rriandtheir i determination,' ; -to:ha'.eJ inherent i prideand enterprise of Florida., fail to be of iic hcnlabje4vantago Bier-
S :oj the term : but when the term is postponed" th joint property! of the be separated built, In reference the above chants and ira'veUersaatt we* l *
!OccO partner-, .\ ..was ,unwillTng I ., ,_ t correspondence beKeveif!
1>1 ah aujourmnenfT Its corn sh1nnceme.ttaJiIv ip, when herclaim comes'in'conflict with from nerflaughter, and upon her'promise to Peniaco18slrOd.- 1.- m entioned j w9 ;/a'reply- 'was'received:: ;Ds- ;' w oudb&proib&entesLmei.! to, .eaat.talists. .

anticipation of the appointed that of the surviving partner, or a creditor. remember her grand ,children liberal in herwill S.T.ona and ", : fror *'*>

time, to another day, the return thereof 2. Although such estate be; conveyed tothe I the vendor yielded to the,said. slic.ta.tions A'correspondence has of late"appeared in Scriven. He"remarks'"Our engineerre' : We have not tfme Jo-day to''eater- i intj,

'is.; adjourned ; and those things which partners, so a to vest. in them a legal and promises abandoned his eiv d'i 1 instructions to make a :.survey in particular*,and, /orpine present,jhraw ,ojj ,.

were appointed to be done on the first day estate as tenants in common, yet in the ab- of removing,' and resided,with' the,vendee, the Tallahassee pap'J, 'between several 'f Florida. The":,reply w; as satisfactory as' these suggestions witIUttabopetgtt.*--,

of term, are postponed and adjourned alsoto senee of an express agreement, or of circun- but never resumed any dominion or control the leading gentlemen)interested 'it favor of; c ouldbe l wished, in against a,purpose m ing attention to the immediate consideration

the.deferred time: Therefore, the term of stances showing an intent that the over the property sold,)it was held! that it L the "Savannah and Tensacola Railroad, ," re '. "iSe protesting ,of f the subject.It ., "
this Court appointed by law for the 3d Monday held for the of the the to violate! pledges made to the people -
to separate use partners did not constitute such a In i Flori1a and is the Savannah
,of March, having been, by an order of r it will be considered, in equity, a vesting vendor from which a secret possession trust in, his favor sding'n! liJ\1e' r.Scrivnof. of 'the JJdl! .: He states,that after the Rlf7 wbwit"

the 18th February preCf'dinpOl'tpone.i/ and L in the partners in their partnership capacity, would be i inferred, so as to make thetransaction Savannah, provisional president of sid h line was 'run ,to Hamilton ,county, while thus remark in nne : te laaajjof ''

adjourned to Monday, the 11th day of July, subject to an implied trust that they shall 1 fraudulent by construction of r road, and also with Mr. Holcomb' the engineer instructions in reference another; t ,new steamer for tbe: .Charleston! *

the transcript of the record in this canse! filed 1 I hold it until the purposes for which it was! L law. engaged in the survey. 'Dr. Scriven I awaiting t Baltimore.line. The ,Tennatee'n .
on thejlast named filed in due I within Georgia, Mr. Holcomb assumedA t
day, was have been and survey 'allema
purchased accomplishe Decree is addressed the individuals with the Palmetto
afrmt'd. by parties as "private on that I
time. 4 that it shall be applied, necessary, to the responsibility ot making ihe survey already, : :
: Jrzrzan JU. jiZng for the mo- Woward who feel a:deep and friendly. interest a' ,[ 'I
It, ,11'0'..' payment of the partnership debtl Campbell for repondent.Tomas ; i in FJ ri'da to keep his party. employed.! The; FLRu
, r w. I 3. At law, upon the partner, in effecting concert b.e't\ee Savannah
Campbell an1IIawkinagainst it.Grffin held and Jordan Henry C. Pettes Bobert A. line l ran is."not a fixed,' but an experimental National Intelligencer -
his share or interest in the reality vs. and Middle Florida in 1e says :
by the firm, is by descent upon Ware, et al. undertaking. 'n ." ,Dr. Scriven 'remarks also, that I '- comet now risible 'was; .J
.i.mea lvne cst At law from the Circuit Court This correspondence i is 'prompted by the
Sheriff and uoffieiodmin itra. and he becomes tenant in common : appeal "Savannah stands ready to redeem the! Jrne; iota, at otin by Mr'Khinkerf ,
; .
tot of S.w&fl Y*. ThoinM Orioan, .turvivor, with and at law for Franklin county. fact that Mr. Holcomb ha been engaged in first the ..t
the surviving partner; was seen at '
Ito 8 delivered I pledges delegates at the late Connn Natonal Observatorr
,On'motion. the widow may have dower assigned her in The opinion the Court was making a survey through the northern portion i in this city on'the July, and a notice'

The Opinion of the Court was delivered such share or interest ; but both-beir and by Thompson Where J. verdict of Middle Florida, upon a line and I 'don in Talabaee. He thus concludes,I was published in the,National Intelligencer
widow will take the estate the ancestor 1. a jndJmert upon a was his letter of its observed'
'Thompson.. J. same place the 28tb;and
the Court afler.vrds between points different from those I : o
defectively indicted th i'
1. Tbe.3 of the 5th article of the Constitution and husband held therein, clothed with "For fear that the line now being run inay was then probably visible to the
the same trust, in equity for those who are \ on motion, ordered a ne\1 Judgment by the people ofthe Middle as conditiona I i It bEenobserved .
giving power to the Judaea! of the be entered such latter give rise to suspicion in Florida; of the ha on every favorable
Circuit entit'ed to the beneficial interest, whethersurvivinc to nuncepro tune, entry of Their co.operation with the work. The night since, an.? has constant! '
Court or a 'yon/y af them, pre- as between the parties to the record, relates good faith of Savannah, I heg leave to stale i ) 'inctefe 5r

-aide i in' the Supreme Court, aud l.old the ses- partners or creltors. l back to the date of the first entry, and following extract from the letter to Dr that if Florida does not furnish the proper r brightness. Bv, the lat i
reversed and ttace is
dions thereof, was temporary.and special F.; bi evidence of cordial desire to as follows :
i is to be regarded and treated to all intent Scriven, dated the 18th August, describe: co-operate -
.-and does not apply to the Court as it is at Davis for appellant. it with Savannah by making the promised M.: T. Washington.Right ,AscensLar.i, '
as entered at that time and /ectify the line which has been
hawkins for ; wi run : "
present constituted so far as to authorize a respondent. and subscription, tbat line viz : to the junction I Deg. Nh.Au variance
cure originalentry .
majority of the Justices to hoid a term. any "We learn that the survey reached Florid;I of the Flint and Chatiahoochee, will probably 33.63. 25 I'50. .
*3. The 5th section of the act (If January Simon (a slave) va. The $tate. ot the judgment and the execution issued I. on a straight line from the Altamaha, in the adopted." The diameter of the 'last .

111 1851, by necessary application, requires On Writ of Error to the Circuit Court for thereon. 15th District of Lowndes, 10 or 12 mile me eleven nuceu5'wben.
When $800,000 it be remembered the ur teconds arc and
2. other was
Escambia a fieri facidsot execution L- the
County. \vi
the action of three Ju'lges in every case, west of Hamilton County, Fla., and abou l len t coma fifty two minutes!
The Opinion of the Court was delivered is taken out on a judgment within the 25 miles the "promised subscription" of the Middle and I r
who must all hear the argument, and confer west ot Alapaba, where it enters ; was visible in the great refractor of the Ob
together upon the judgment although; two by Semmes, J. time limited by law, and which is rot executed this State, and that tbere was no exploration with the fears already awakened in that t servatory_> at fifty five minutes *," .

being a majority, may pronounce the judgment I. Whether the confession of a prisoneris the plaintiff may sue out a new writ east of that line, made by the chief and which must be confirmed by the o'clock. 1.SIGULR .
i of execution at lime afterwards without quarter
is is for
of the Court. or not voluntary a question the any engineer,even on horseback while waiting -
Motion denied. determination of the Court; and it is error a scire facias, provided the first writ be returned 1- on the work of running and measuring the diversion contemplated altogether from the P E oXENO-A writer in i i"

Baltzdl for the motion. for the Court to refer it to the considerationof and fled.Judgment l line, and taking levels, in order to ascertain Pe'nsacola line, we hardly think this substantial ntelligencer 'a CBtiaat' .

Bash and Campbell contra. v the Jury. ed. whether the country is or,is not as favorable, "proper evidence" will be furnished. dent. A !communicate ai&.

2. Alhoulb the inquiry should, in the Davis for appellant. i if not more so, for a line from the Altamaha dow beore which was a snda ,
Forsyth & Simpson firct have been restricted to the Hawkins for respondents. to Florida east of the and which After flash 1r.'
vs. George Perry. _._- Alapaha We bad the, temerity to attempt a the .l ant of ruiNga' com
At law; on appeal from auu llosa Circuit r question of the influences which operated"pon could have been made and not"in the least pun jlete image of the tree, fomd

Court. 41 the prisoner to induce the confession, FlOBIOi, L 0 OEfOBlICA E B L I have"delayed! the main work. We further other day, in noticing the arrival of the cargo on her This is 'not wa the first imprnfe t

Opinion of the Court delivered by Semjnes I- yet if it afterwards appeared that such confession learn, that after entering Florida, the survey of Ice to Messrs. Waver & Co. An old I of the b.dy. JfevarTt advertiser., ,

J. I was not voluntary, the Court should = has been made along the line dividing Townships fried and correspondent, the cue ,
1.. In all relations antI in all matters, ev-: have arrested the examination, and wit[I- JACKSONVILLE: two and three north of the base line, from it' taking A Good O.. -
went afterwards
-cDpt as to crimes, a slave is regarded by our dawn the evidence from the jury. throwing it 9 miles above Madison CourtHouseS us,

Jaw as property; and therefore the rule that : 3. To render a confession voluntary and Thursday, September, 1853. miles above Monticello,and ir continued : The New-York Spirit of, the'times'-pobf '

the principal is not liable to one agent) or'' admissable in evidence, the mind of the prisoner = would have passed 12 miles north of Tee. Ice. Ice. isbes the following-"good un s"

employee, for damages occasioned by the ihoul at the time be free to act, un [WEDNESDAY EVENING.] Tallahassee. 3 or 4 miles north of Quincy. About the time of jj.:

negligence or misconduct of another agent i by fear or hope. Where the I HARMONIC MINSTRELS.-This But it has been stopped, for the present, on Mr. EDITOR: When Ice aw the Ice vessel l I President Pierce a Ihe-inorin"o. ,

or employee" is not applicable to slaves. prisoner had been arrested on a charge of I musical it will companyof the Weet side of Lake Mickasookie. As Ice-o rejo-ice-d, that Ice-poke aloud, and Ice belonging to Concordjoined in the general"
performers, be
2. The contract of slave arson, on suspicion and carried seen,
hiring a between merely, to propose far it informed that the rush to witness the oration Oar f
as proceded we are
the owner and the hirer constitutes a bail the Magistrate's office, a large and drowdDfpersonsattendingfrom to give one of their entertaiments this level l was used, to get an accurate profile of aid -incerely forgive ,F. Waver & Co. forgetting who is an attorney of some;note, rn.

ment of the slave? and. the hirer is bound c the violence: evening, in this town. We have seen frequent this line, and enable the engineer to make out oi Ice-reparation is made. I I been much a traveller, but is 1u aware nt"

4.0 take ordinary care of him. of which the firmness and determination of notices of their performances in the estimates, for the cost of constructionalonj now send for Ice, but before Jcrend ain that there are such things as the swapping
Judgment affirmed. the Magistrate was barely sufficient to
'protect Savannah it. : I hope they'll have an eye to the supply of umbrela hats at big/ hotels. To
Campbell for appellant. him, and thus situated, the excited po )- papers accompanied with such : loss

Haickins.... for respondent. ulace remaining \lthO.1t the office, but complimentary, expressions as justify us i in that not the this slightest Slate attempt, we likewise was made learn to Jce-ip Ice water all day, and Ice-Ieep Joard ne\1 "tile," Mr. P. got a or printer exchange t of h

Antonio within the hearing of the prisoner, who exhibited : promising for. those who witness them on examine the country a few miles further soundly all night. c him off a four-inch square card, upon whichlooked .

At law ;Collins on an TJ appeal Nicholas from II. Mitchell.Eacamhia : the prisoner marks, was of great urged terror by the and Magistrate alarm, he, the present occasions a rare fund of enter South, even by riding over it, although i it When Ice peak I mean what Ice-zj, and out of the crown of his hat, in bold' ::

-Circuit: Court. : to confess his saying to bun that tainment. i is appalent that the local interests of this myadv.ice to all is to do like myself forget two line pica, ,

The opinion of the Court wasP delivered 'they were guilt his guilt-that he State, will be deeply involved by the direction and forgive. ASA PARKCa, ATTORXETAT. UW COSC08B,'

4y Thompson( J. would be his trial Galileo. of this road through Middle Florida. HJtW '
and would H.MPwaE
put upon certainly :i Like Aristides I would make any sacrifice "
1. In an action against C, a a furetror be hung-that if he had "The surveying corps have just passed There'was a great msh ".,
accomplices The "
!, scientific
-S. in world have now before here their to for just-ice sake, \JJard5"
a replevin bond!, coii'liumed! ; for the t hey would be put upon their trial, and not on way some point on Apalachicola inauguration day-indeed ther per'
re-delivery of the propertv p ttache.;, to abide him, if he would turn State's evidence ;" and their attention the Comet so recently visibl e. River. probably at or near Aspalaga; Yours truly, feet jam every where-and onr friend.as Parker,
the final. order.of the Court he that The America Almanac for I where the township line previously adoptedby found : '
pleaded thereupon the prisoner confessed his own 1853, though SOLST-JCJET. some difficulty in getting dowrf tc
*t the,time of, and prior to the in:.tutioii uilt but denied be bad any accqmplices : containing a long article on the recent discoveries them crosses the river-whence they the dinner ;table along with "some' of h's
-of tits are to run a line to Thomasville in FOR THK REFCBUCA& '
original Georgia,
a'tachuient S the h h.4efendant .
That the circumstances of the case; of townsmen. The dinner was a fine one the
theiein, and the in h lead comets, makes no mention of and thence. east back to the Alapaha if timel'ermlL '
principal the to and induce the conclusion that the champaign delicious, .and'after an honrVsitting
replevin bond:, wa dead : HELD that the confession was not voluntary, but was forced this one. We therefore conclude that it I Loafer ; ; the New' Englanders left the table'

matter set up in such plea does! not consti from the mind of the prisoner the "tortureof comes an unexpected visiter to our side of 1 "Suchare the facts as well as we can On the top of a kettle of boillngwate. in the tnprripst mcwI Imainable.'Now .
tute a sufficient ban to the action that l lear Ihem. with the additional one. that the 1 :
C. is fear. With said
; such ,
estopped by the bond! as well as hy the) In this case the fpace. appearances the subject engineers claim to be closely obeying their there wil oftentimes gather a foul scum ; felo\vt Parker as they one"'
judgment in the prisoner's gilt according of astronomy revives in interest ; and as a i instructions." and the surface of the emerge dioing.rom-'eery
original suit pot
to aver the to the bill of exceptions on theconfession great lo'l for his own bat; I've got
,death of S. prior thereto. !by any proof of the mater of history we transfer to our columns, "i these things are true," continues the of society there frequently collects a loatho n mine that nobody can mistake.' !mk.

2. Estopped, by deed., conclu.le the party: ulsupporte directed suspicion from an exchange, the indictment, condemnation l letter, they furnish stjong ground for "con.clusions" some scum, composed of spongers, dandies, But there was some sort of a mistake'
'executing it, not only I a* t intended to be effected ; proof the corpus astronomer which formed the apprehensions/ of and loafers. sn.ewhere. notyitbstanliog.I'wa sometime

but also as to any fact by ttated the or instrument recited in, delicti the place, the where statement the house of the was prisoner fired,as was to Gajileo.and The opinions which he abjured many in Florida who were not favorable to And here, perhaps, we may lawfully dis- and even before then he labored: under the hat ataJ.
it. contradicted by two witnesses. j which he was punished, are this enterprise. This is in substance the covei the primitive meaning of the sentence sin that it had grown a trifle older since he'

,conclude 3. Judgments and decree, as estoppels, Wright, C. J..dissented, on the groundthat those which more enlightened generations further language of the letter almost a recapitulation top of the pot. A real professional loafer to dinner. But theplacard was father

ground on parties which and perso'ns!prmes only. The the confes ion was voluntary. universally receive in fact, of the argument of has some peculiarities. He is a most unhappy crown, all right, and "Asa Paskfr, Attornerf
standing ill the Judgment reversed and trial ordered. at law, Concord, New
relation ol privily the lit./gatinparty; are Campbell for the plaintiff in error. ( Railroad Movement In Sarannah.It those persons. This line, it is added, is I creature. There is an innate principle him in the face he looked Hampshire inside. stared.:,

bound by the is proceedings to which he was Archer for the Attorney General for the will be remembered- that the late violative of the pledges made by the rep urging man to action. There is planted 'All right, fellows a !' said Parker, raising

-a.him party, that they are identified with State. movement resentatives of Savannah in the Conventionat within the human-heart an ardent desire to the tile to his gourd., "'Nothing' like making'
for *
In interest direct
and a road from
; uheneveMhis Savannah
,is found to exist all identity '- to Tallahassee, and if adopted "must cripple obtain the blessings resulting from labor; sure, of things when you are. going into,at
alike are conclude Hicbard Administrator ofDawaon, Pensacola oy of Hamilton Fla. crowd hat's safe '
McGrf. way My
county ,
Where, therefore T. the commerce of all town and hence indolence is anyhow. -t
our ? allowed
one binds and John G. Rnan, at. includingthe i to reign
ohjijes Wiiam Portr. took
But be
himself that'the e a more concentrated form upon a disagreement only put the hat on the top of hit
defendant in an attachment In Equity,; appeal from the Circuit Courtof with city of Tallahassee." This "proceeding"is paramount, or pride to sway an unlawful for it was too 'email
suit those
would cause the leived Franklin interested in the Savannah hea entirely t.go
property County.
upon contemplated within becomes .
two weeks of the man a miserable wretch,
replevined by the said bond be forthcoming The of and Albany charter sceptre :
to [ opinion the Court was delivered by at a meeting in
/ to abide the final order of the Court Thompson Savannah some time since. The old charter time when books of subscription were to be and surrenders himself to that hydr.beadel 'Whafs the matter.Parker?" enquired "

in the said suit, he connected himself in priv. 1. Where, to secure a loan of money, the was" then surrendered to Col. Tift and opened in Middle Florida-the 1st of Sep. I monster, ennui. to one of th pry, as. 'the. attorney attempted

ity.with the proceedings therein, and made' borrower executed an instrument of writing; tember. i The day loafer is slanderer. pnl
others and the a
the record of the judgment new survey towards Florida every nothing responded Parker, a aii*-
conclusive the lender
i- authorizing
default The
evidence upon in repayment letter concludes by that if the With an earnest look and in into
against him. of the borrowed to undertaken with reference to a new charter saying deep silence, looking thp hat-"oothing-it's all r ht
money enter
4. Wherever the matter of the estoppel upon the premises ol the borrower. and take from Georgia for Ihe abovenamed purpose. fears and surmises awakened are groundless the blood-thirsty hyena a\vait its doomed of course-'Asa Parkr. Attorney at .

'Js apparent on the face of the record, advan and carry away certain slaves specified( there Our Tallahassee Convention was a of and if those controlling the Georgia prey, and without a mome-rt's warning or Concor New. Hampghir-Celly? l

tage may be taken thereof upon demurrer: in, and sell and dispose of them, and from that part portion the work will give some reliable pang of remorse the must X U! my >.Ar again be,
\ 5. The movement. be seen by.the fol upon unsuspecting attempted pall the hat _
death of a party defendant a. the produce of the sale to himself the .I\vi of their ponces on. v
pen pay assurance
to conform
ing the notice from the purpose to the victim. like manner this The around could,
suit, and before judgment therein, money due, and all expenses, the' lowins Savannah Republican I party lily suppress
does not render such judgment void, but. overlilus if any : Held, That returning such instru 30th ult. that the disagreeing parties pledges made in the.Convention, confidence hideous blot upon society, crouching in the laughter at the comical mtions the eic-

;merely....,L:. voidable, upon a writ of error eoramJudgment was not a mortzasre. but a novver. have again coalesced.. and for anothpr. nnr. can be again restored. and these a----9iiranrp-.-- .! shade near some' corner with pricked ears I notice barred it lawyer, bat he did not .-ppr. to.
--'-- and
MNI., ; affirmed. without 2. A interest power is simply collateral: and pose. The call alluded to, for the-meetingon r-- will be genera1ly'made knownthat, the and argus eyes, watches his passing fellow- mike'tle,bat industriously\ In a state of to .

.J.iig and tfotfing Baker for appellant. when to a stranger, or a authority mere naked is power to, the 30lh, was, signed by Co,. Tift, Dr. people of the Middle may do 'what they creature, while in his heart envy in its most L most absolute bewilderment,'he at length'

Campbell, for respondent. dispose of an interest in which he given had not Screven, and others, and states that an organization may in promoting this great work, &c. re olini form gives a shout of. demoniacal 1 I turned to one of the .party, and prentg

'.. -- before, nor instrument had been formed on' the 27th This is one of many obstacles which, we a the last vestige of generosity or the bat'desired him to tel what ,
crealin by
"Conklin, ft -Smith vi. Goldsmith CoAt Forchoimcr & the power, any estate'whatsoeer ; Col. Tit( by which the Albany charter was feared would i interpose:before this,work, "in charity disappears. in .at Law man read New Hampshire,1 Parker; 'Attorney :

,, law; on.an appeal from the Circuit power is given to person who derves, under and the organization made abso which so much interest was manifested by a He'.orget'that to err is human.1 A right, Comon exclaimed Parker
the instrument "AI -
the surrendered courS
Court The for Opinion Santa of Rosa County. other wine, a present creating or future interest power, the or terms which would secure the portion of the people of the Middle, could traveler mak,a false step. Listen to the a an attempting pall on the hat, only t.:

the "CourtVas. delivered which is the contemplated work indicated attain an approach to consummation., For wild beast gnashing his with' his greater bewilderment.'Will ,
by Semmes, J. '*i|* property subject of the power, in the fangs ferocious tell ,m&
it is then a with remark this reason we did not enter into the ,you have the kindness. to
A' bond necnted'nd power coupled an interest : which appre. at his success-and
filed on obtaining I lolo\ tis&.tioD you can who I !* still more perplexed.
.. Held therefore in the hensions a .
writ of present case, that the which were entertained '
attachment, by the agent of the i THE RAILROAD MEETING To-DAT.-We by many forI rm conception of the fiendish exulta 'Certainly,' said the man dressed ;yoa

4>uiHtiff; in his character as agent and pro- power power,giver or creale is a mere interest naked would remind our readers of the call for a in the East that in' a mutual eagerness' to iioD manifested by a loafing slanderer as he are Asa Parker, Attorney at Law, of C... a-

". Jessing to bind himself and not his principal, estate in'the ", the any thepower or meeting of our citizens to-day at 12/>'clock, cement &alliance between one portion oC finds a'now subject to lash:with his cord-New Hampshire. .
Js a substantial sutject of envenomed
tiOtI' of the statute compliance with the requisi- j and thougb"founded property upon a consideration to take into cons iJt rat ion, the subject of a our State and Georgia, our own peculiar tongue Of coarse,' said P. it I *8e9r |LAnd ".
provided the Fond
; be new he bat.
and organization, whicu Ms been formed made one more trial
Executed by two and therefore irrevocable by the projects would be overshadowed and frus The loafer also' held
good. sufficient sure- in his life in this city to construct SptUherrt and IS general con would be very difficult to say whether?
tile yet was trated.
revoked Ihe of '
Baker? by his death before the Soutb-Western Railroad under ,Int. provisions i I people ,Georgia, 'will be tempt. Parker. knew, himself from hole in>
Judge of the ,Middle Circuit, who execution of the charter rarenougb to :'avail the ground about this he, looie) *
eat tio the of thereof. of the Savannah and AJbany :.I 11 themselves l of the: This ,needs no ,proof. Everyloaferwil I juncture j

..of the disqualifications argument of this cnr-e, because 3. The act January 30, 1833, entitled Railroad Company,, from this city to i oiJcrs of Middle Florida, in, good, faith ,tomakthetowzlW0tk admit.he de pie',himself -whilst' again into tile hat a read the inscription,
Wright, C. J ,dis. Florida and Mobile. We ; by pro* and then at his l who preserved
an act to amend are informe4
M' dented.3"s an act to regulate the foreclosure in fessional Iti
measure tributary men merchants
:, reliable,intelligence has been ,'and machanics, he straight faces, and finally '
ot mortgages, (Thomp.; received in this ear ; 'f'.
; /or Judgment further reversed!, and'cause' remanded 3.' lf considered and ,interpreted Dig.to 376 be, ch.in. city from .London, that English capitalists to,the interims,o: any own State,"'we i is oi) ,all occasions' voted a: &UiSaflCCWi-. 'Gentlemen,' said P. with intense gravity,

Hawking proceedings.for appellant' I. tended to':.limit:and, restrict the operative have expressed a desire to construct a Railroad thought could not be fcne :wi.'hout:! ..in l- suffer, the application of leeches ,because I If I am Asa, Parker.Attorney. at TAtVC0cold ,
force of certain classes, of from Savannah to Mobile under this dentally subserving toa'the'exint prescribed, New Hampshire," and this bal beto*?*'
Campbell for respondent. conveyances charter with the ,i ntertsts by a physician ; but why dowi trmitthesiconfirmed to .Asa Parker
; at -
mentioned and and such Attorney Cnc.
not Florida
: L.
'TbomNOTlnan1' Administrator- l the effect of others...: t extend- 'or enlarge other points as may be,"determined :upon.,- of the East, .as.the !letter. to Jr. Scri-I: j idlers! ,to prey upon NewHampshirev hat i It,

< & D. J. Uajr. and. .the ApabchicoU WSimiwon Land Comr v..J., Decree affirmed. The English capitalist give assurance,: we yen shows.th. ,the; people ,of the 'Middlewould f j society arid! taint', the youth by ,an example headkatvetUil, taosl" d- (* *

: ny. Davis the'appellant. are informed, stOOOOOO of the stock not he content with a L of'that 6ace of, a,1.1! ,honorable" .' treat to dml,," '
\, In Equity on an l from .be taken if far lne. atarmcnt ,It is not told who .Mr. Parker'Scard
; appeal the, Circuit BU/ldl ald A If. Btult for respondents; wi Ihe.Companr is formed South'as could be available l f Iiobiect. idleness changed .
Court sitting! Franklin County.;. : '.- upon.a,basis,to command Plb'IC eonfiJenri. ., So f : ..;' iL r.that".._ '.'!j : When, "oar dlt parnt.linne Into somebjy els' b f __*'*'_
The 'ml God
S Opinion of the Court was ,delivered Wilaoo and anu iney desire the co-operation ,of- the city -f'T!.; <)4 Ubbll ,UIB. cursed the, earth with "ITh3 d, '
Cloland '
by Wright. C.J., : right, and &executor, vi. Luk'Lott, in his oW of Saannah in the work.Satisfied 'with cussed in, this tate t and.so certainly is the thist ts i" but I declare I don't fnk, f *- DIEo- ,* -

.: The building of a party wall bf the owner ceased, et &: Mal. :. om "I i :: assurances from London, and', im- want of them being experienced in.J.J localities thing:was said about loa/trt., a J eoagestive eh"oQ Ue 18 day of September.J833 .

'; ",; ",'P* a lot, gi'tl him no' rigbt to claim contri. In equity, on appeal from the Circuit prel with the magnitude and, importance as well, as -throught entire .' ,.'i* >."rerfdence .of B Walker, Ej: '
:' :: ".I." 1' tio-, 'rom" the owaeroftIe, 'adjoining lot, Court for Jackson county., rnterprie and the, great advantages from' limit thai ak ,_ -. NICHOLAS.. lumbia "eotrav, Fla-Vin 'the',lfc "' "e

:'t.: 3iihout ': parties, Opinion! which,wi result from it, to. this" and mos any point within bo. limit would ; Tba )ie OtIMaabteougJati.15Zht i
city E4Wwr
.,.:i-;1e. *, Decree I'req.dgrtement'oltb, ,delreed.x.T.o ps n,.J,: the a, provisional we lik't heVtbe echo of the for 11CH.-The,Iteamlbip 'Tennesie built iigeAs : tft
"; ;. > Fraud organization has wbis- and b a_ .
Charleston !
; is not be I
: "" 'Ballzell to but ) packet
presumed tie U
for must been
appellant. entered into ,
under the & advent of line was
be proved, and this is'the 'vannaf! ;and oqe1me'tb the iron horse, launched last Thursday' from the days,
; ;
JDavit; for: ; general rule, as Albany charter which agamong le 4
esponJe t > : it is But as of JOHH
well in RUroaJs have. not. heretofore yard A. Row, ;
equity as at law.' be : wi. been Philadelphia, lions, th* r 1.14.e eJo1t
; entirely E t bu
: t, .: Jo 2.',Jn-equity,, fraud, satisfactory' fo all parties* i the Of-a: :decade neither,will) The'Tnn l is 2i2jeet 34 feet wiUip8 &
:Mjrfck v,. Benj.. D. IlattlAt1awoi .;. wi ime "esbpreqme terested,,and,a r een;; Directors they depth of bold u. & & pl 1 ft
.from ,the bethe and ,
rd'of''b o ,work ? of-aboat rvad
:' have Q a : P :p
.: an appeal, from{ the Circuit ;itself'-b anl beenappointe4; ,- ( ,wborn'are 1ranpreJit' 1200 tons burthe-custornbouse to 'h "
.'Court lor Jackson irgli as ha man of our;,mostrespectable and that opportunity be measure- otthi,. dj1egzrd t asetrilalla urD.m" ,
County, .. not under some delusion\ i would : ::wealthy, :citi- ; : : _
*Tb Opujiorfoft&e! qtlJw: $ 'delivered,! band, .nd:as, no' ,honest andJairmanwould make'on theo zen provides,.'".Thisorgaalzetion:for we are infonrfed, our, _whole, ..>mean's' .of::constructing< t: :a'"State .tnent.We :should 'be.tnost' -oappyto/cbroniele' kfl4faIberoLberbroth: wd li:,'be;snov d- l &
% 'kl.>ySemajei7.; accepVon thtother -the simultaneous building f.a road before the the :.organization <>fa,.line of' ker..aMm/ tb. ,Bat
: and ,it willbe: connecion of Middle steamers between Ue1tou4.o
; line Florida -
;; The Mt of .a.!&ichj4, 1814. changing "if.e presumed from ,lhe, and ji bnhtoJjoriJa. !,; '" Savannah and Baltimore LTherarj u4roseithntboding .'c lj h t ,
"rat. of 'Interest," -doe, not affect a,'comruct dittdtt of the"parties; ctrcar8tance' ihij'ngbtthebranch' ; .to-FJoridvifl: < wit J&vao xwill.,"be' corppleted The considerations connected..wUhlan; : .'ld.nee thai her) w. .,1

t .:'''',::1Lda! before,, lIat'wbicfi'iteame! due anil instances ;, c these carry,oat tin -resolutions of, 'thWcitizeM, new. Z dirctioiYh] are'taktng--nf:Savan-" of.this sort-wbielv,,\ ,enterprise 1.r1, and 1.r' ,

:; Jt(1e- tlt.'afi.f jt fM j pawedi') :: ''i'hatoor inoa /; rule1 'formexceptions, ','to 1'f >gnerl Savannah; adopted in:Town. Meeting,on the $, l '. -\ | an'abaddonment'ol- ( (the-- would 'P roerl-welhed: ;of. ,f:. .W Whom It.v IssAn4 .; ei."7Iatii.; '
.V ,
$! ery tofltact'ft lobe.ritlated : j ; 318tday Msy ,last bfi scheme this, \11cl.rl' bim rnce ,:
bl ;J'J ir i Pens we conclude t wbere
q1 .. ; tfj b'i as i'
... *' 3tL'H \ e 1,:n" t J' ;; pp j. ,t"! !1.it< ): -1'eop1"; '.-r i that'ei. .ii4do J at.once to set the projet, rot a e.cnrsguir. ; J.I.aT4;"'hQIPQS.'e.I ;

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flJ i :
.H ,* "'DTUU.- '- .JL citizens of Jacksonville and Y that 3r Helf abotrt [ at S; !lirtaiJiJm 'Id't tI ,."- *ia the regies ef tike Lirer,T vniuLa.biller

AIII.Sl: Seh'GrtclM.'Richwdson, Boitoti. at the request of mhny citizens.of'Florida;they WU 11lu'ItJ:. -aoL i ''f1 ". ,. ..I .'. ,-" ... .. .. .. .-- 'IoIIV- taste;). *..toe g .,puhi Skit 1b.snJ T

Sea io.ephi&m.i, Smith, New York. hare visited this portion,ef tbe State for the > Ju.breast s. 1"h ",,4. i. : :I.C ?O.. J : sag.tM J lit &h.we..rlt1I r.
of Airing a brief eeries of ''"-*'' front a lnTL .1 ? should the left lob.ho.tN.-
purpose E'e > (
61*. 8, Brrg Royal Southwick, 5U1phia.B&th. .wn'1lr for 1, ta : .
.s Brig Florence-;Hopkins, Bodon.' VOCAL fc INSTRUMENTAL."COSCKRTS.Th delivery tome. .or is & t .L-nb1s Property 'ibr sale WINES &::11QiroB.s. 'Wo1rcteaij' Jo fa the Ietahoii1der1 with jlsey.
and } J :r.HfcSUGAiCPLANl the a ktosenig ef. sofiosf .. ,'
fty the I eT
a 8ehA.BTafuHa, New York. Agent of the Cor ;M Cfl'Doo-eTc Dla Bau..id J .' csepbe. in St. N..b.the SC ; :tlh; U steels clay-colored. ,Thie,dIsease eir ha wed' -

,. xcixARt., spectfuHy, announces' that' '- ujwhW'.u &BaANN1NG.B1ack .'e of'at M&ln..1 f* Graham : Madeira Wine TRT old. by the use of HOnE.'lSAC".-.&. I.

*SrpLl, Sea Lneretfa.Heady, Boston. :The Harmonic Hlnstrelswffl cr.ekE.Th4 Au&m. W. .Sherry: ",do ':_ :s*. as they &..,:Ibeical .r the-the'... '
:'*?< Everglade, Conner.New York. :NeW zt, rich loam, b.a orwb .8 Champa ie,-1 T..in. mod then eperatinr- npoatk* Ixmsis$ !.
I' I. MalUpocy,C&nar1New York. give:three Concerts Jacksonville, oa 'the 241. e Claret win*.. -. all the corrupt and ridated gutter tnm. tt*">

4' SS, Brig&barine 01ftS. CWbara Phil. teninet of Wednesday, .Thursday and Fri : ration; about 65 aD of, pnI ,Pert' .do; -:
Z & Philed'a. Hayl ,Hay 'eaae. Umtrariy w"p.& eld. -
Getenl1il1Iorn day, the 7/A 8 A end 914 iJUl. _. plant ;BZ4.1wI-Dest.llenJy; Tery ; :
H 1 & eLler, N Y. A kbL Steam wKh .
B.ofEagt.rn'uay.: fe. sager mill and Do17 good. The !'"
New ork. These Concerts Win take : '* Y. ja rT Sugar .J) symptoms of PysittfMia,anJ'Jls 1ukn .
complete ,
X <. Brig Crawford Norton place at the ACADE Adelmo. and Of manafaetarinc -. *' ,;Cherry cia diseases
.' 6t. .8cb &: >avis,Davis FhJlad'a.HOLLOWATY MY building Jacksonville. ," for. sale by "- x. A.M. ltEt..D. 10&1 bbd. wo. dy. and sawmill,attached Holland Gla. do.. pension,after are cliaaineal.aU the bead,heart bora frw,op-
25.1GE.ICEICE.' two Ram gtautt.sOones arising
running Also ,Jamaica old- .
finely situated very '
&>Programmes.will l,e presented'ia bills on i .1 pine land tgl IW. Old B. the stomach, to,and sometimes general taajrucr' .
; FlU AX CXCXUJEirr EEMEDTrox. each evening. : I commanding a view of the whole Whiskey,various qualities, bfthe et the whole body. From this it will he feeathsi .
JXl1mlTt"w-TIU BLOOD.un *ESRRII.]EKjvoEimT plantion. a comfortable.. two storyand attie bbL ,.AAJo
Terms : the disease
admittance filty cents. Children owes its origin ton disorganised stole
OF HULTH-Man1 perBoni of ro- half price.sept ; fame dwelling boose,eorijpnins tea rooms,and ,la pinta Cord; l gLemon Syrup, Olives, or the LiTer ned Sio.naeh.- Hoift'lSACn
bast habits fftq1lUtl1trer from a dangerous determination tUt rglHE cargo of ICE we had ordered'' necessary. out ln ding The wo.and buildings Pickles, and Fuw?Teaa "Also,'Tobacco, very LIVER PILLS o 71MdieiH t.eUes a,
of blood to tbe bead benumbed feelings -M. hopes to it in.time supply a all in immediate low, by tb* quantity to clow stock. of Groceriesat and ;
permanent lasting core,a*they set *
t by ehaag
ia the limb, heaviness and drowsiness arising S4f.E.---TU for oar customers on the fiist importation being eon- oecupation ,,,A.fine stock of_Y)uud No.4. Byrne'' *_.llalldlnc. In* the certain morbid aetfau of the system fataV;
undersigned offers head ormlxed "
from the blood being in a bad state; the stomach FOR arrived by Schr Lneretiaaod u .and Julys..
now a healthy action and the blood
one or two good PIAAOS, from one lame cattle, and a stock of rendering .pureTe
in inch eases ii generally oat of order.with h1' "'-- about 83.fun breed West Corn & ,
ot the best Manufacturers beig denr .. -.
no appetite. Such individuals should at the North. F. CO. India Sheep, which will sold with the'vlartation > P.
take little a or course of Holloway's Pills. Thousands to They can be seen and tested upon application g2 WAVER' I if desired or separately.. FRESH SUPPLIES ot Corn. Just. received ,You will find t hew Pills an.i..al1nble..w- via

who bad been given up as incurable by the faculty will me, at Mn.Taylor's Boarding House. Terms New York ALSO sale by many eompIaiuU to which yon are .,to,
,have been thoroughly reinvigorated in constitution also be then made known. C LAMS, Lbten Order received The tract known as "St. Ann," containing Aug. Zi A. M. REED. obstructions either total or1IUUaI.; they have
,and restored to the uninterrupted enjoy Sept _A. A. OCIIUS. by a WAVER CO. 675 acres mostly of high heavy hammock and been found ofinesUmabWbeoefit ia restoring sad

jnent of food health by this admirable remedy. Aug IS., J prairie, having a rich soil from thee to six feet A.LIKFLY'NEGRUV01IAY and child- purifying the Mood and other fluid,so ae to ear* -
12 MR. THOMAS McMlLLAN is my author- in depth, based on marl. sale by an complaint which may arise from female Irre
r- ised Agent during my absence from the SMITH'S ALSO, sept 1. ., .S,;N WILLIAMS. Clarities as headache, dimaese of sight, pain :
-...- Scientific otlder-ISO'Oa ta&e. J \I. EILAJSD. :J1"IRAM FOUR-Ja. received CO. The two tracts known respectively as "Mala ia the aide back, fte. These pills .are the enry
Aid TO YlPEPTJcs.-Dr. J. & 110 Will- September 8th. Auglby I Compra" and -Bella Vesta," adjoining each % rANTED-on.. hundred thousand Ibs. safe and effectual remedy to care the (aBasing

TONS PEPSIN, the true Digestive Fluid, or. other,and being at the head and on the East ,COW" HIDES. for which cash will be complaints: GOUt Nervousness* Melancholy,
side of Matanx Hirer, and paid. S. N. WILLIAMS. Sick Headache Kheamat Die-.'
-*---- Juice, prepared .rom REKXET or the Bricks Bricks. containing all Giddiness .
STOXACB OF T Ox,after directions ofBa.ron Fresh Groceries and Provisions. 1175 acres. The Southern half of Mala Compra sept 1 tressing Dreaaw, Disane ef Sight er ia fast
FdrKTJ L1EBEG. the great physiological Chemist. ;o lsTfesTh Northern Brick of tbe best which is heavy hammock and St. Ann/lie roubt.t any of the Di8euN"ha& arbe front aOeetieae of*

7. S. ROUGHTOJ't", M. 1)., Philadel- V quality just received for 130 BBLS and W bbls Fou.of variouschoice immediately contiguous to St. .Josephs and JaiL the Liver imparity ofthe Blood,or eoastipetioa.
vj ale by A. Al. REEl brands 1 might be conveniently cultivated it'thllS NEG RO of the BoweteT *
Th'ie is truly wonderful remedy for /JVT)1GEST1OX. cak : Ale, 1 do with A MAN.who say. his name ia S Ail.
T-his. DYSPEPSIA, JAUffDICE sept London Poer. 7 baskets Chmpze, 1 bbls forminran extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards .BL the property of Joseph Chairs of Leon Itedleal *3rlde....: .f
Candles, of2000 acres. The balance of these two county. He i. six feet 2 inches .
& high.
LIVER COMPLAINT Boot and Shoe Maker. 1 case Pckle. Vinegar, 7 bbl Wine,Df tracts is of Live Oak hammock. based on closely The owner is requested to come forward, We the radersfgwil..physicians; ,having lad
DEBILITY curing after NATURE'S prove the ef their manafaetere..bai.T to> *
own receipt as
mo Fluid. I do Oil, I Seears, concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring mois. property, pay charges, and take him
.rr efl,b.rl'IATUKE'80WN ABETT,the GASTRIC UNDERSIGNED desires to inform I hf bbl Split Peas, 10 6 C Crackers tare and ofthe first quality for Sea Island Cot- T. G. MYERS away. for inspection.say that the ingredients! ef which,
JL'ICE. Pataphlets, containing Scientific evident rnTlIE! Public that he is prepared to make to 2 bbls Sugar, &e. scbSl. ten and Tobacco They might be easily brought Aug.13 r Jailor IX,C. they are composed makes them the best pill Ia'
*of its value, Arnished by Agents gratis. Gentlemen's Boots, Eootees, and Schrs. Joe Ic. Ic.; ju receivep under cultivation, having been in use for alTHueaae of the Liver,irapwritfea ef tke.
Shoes,and also Ladies' Shoes. Having Gr.lenJe anel'Irig years passed J Blood &e. M.D.
09ee adrerUsement. sp 2-ly recently Olive,and cultivated in Cotton of which th yield GEORGE WOOD
employed a first rate Workman he pledges him- Aug 18 F. WAVER & CO. frequently one bale of ginned cotton to the was I Notice.SLX ., F. CROW LEY. M,P. -

Poisoning. sell with to their give satisfaction to all J. C.who may favor him .- ----- There is on tbe place a large number of sweet acre. WEEKS from date I shall apply to the i. BOWEN:D:"- -

TkenssaJs of ParenU who nile Vermifuge com- custom. TEMPLE, Choice Segars orange, pomegranate, fig lemon and peach Hon. Judge of Probate of Columbia county f Parehsne none but these having Ute signs*
posed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c.. are not aware Bay street, near the corner of Newnan st., trees, and an extensive sour orange grove, all for letters of administration on the ertate of' lure of "J N. HOHENSACK." ''M.*H ether

that while they appear to benefit the patient, sp m Jacksonville. OF Ambrose the following and superior La Caidad brands-La Rsguel. of which, with proper attention,can Tjgk easily WiIlia.m Osteen late of said county deceased- are worthless imitations. '

they are actually laying the foundation for a aeries MJTION.-i forewarn all F. WAVER; just received restored to their once promising condition. BENJAMINOODY.. Agents wishing new supplies, 'and all other,
hereby by CO.
of diseases such as salivation loss of sight, C from giving credit on my account persons to Aug 18. J All oCtbt"'above tracts are situated betweenone ,Alligator Columbia Co.,Aug. 1, 18.U. 11 wishing to become Agents mast addre Ira.rrietnr.J.N.1I0 pro .
weakness limbs&e my or two miles from the ocean, of healthy I E SACK.a&laia LaJratoryNo.
wife Elizabeth -
Higginbotham, as, for sufficient
In another column will be found the advertisement twit 3.EH.BOURS location, and in convenient communication with 130 North Second street above Rase.PHIL
reasons, pay no debts contracted by her. the City of St. Notice. *
of Hobenaackf's. Medicines to whieh we ask .. J. W. Augustine, being about thirty ADELPH1A; "T :

the attention of all directly interested in their September 8th, 1853. H1GG1N1JOTHAM.3t NOTARY PUBLIC miles to the South By land, and about the some SIX MONTHS after date T shall apply to the sold by atl Druggists and. ilerebMU. fa"tk*
own and theirchiWrea'. health. In Liver Com- -- -- distance by water, by the Matanzos River. Hon. Judge of Probate for Duval county, United States. 'my26-y '.

tilainU and all disorders arising from those of a MECHANICS INVSNTORS & MANUFAC JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ALSO, for a final settlement and discharge as joint Administrator .
Bilious type yen should make use of the onlygenuine TURERS. The tract known as "New Hope," lying 16 on the estate of Obadiah Cougar .
Medicine Hobensack' Liver Pills. miles by water North of St. Angudtine and between late of said county, deceased. Never-failing Remedy.
(& not deceived-but ask for Hobensack's $450 In Splendid Prizes. $450 F. C. BARRETT, the North river and Guana creek both jelfr&n GEO. C. FLEMING. .

\r orm Syrup aiyi Liver Pills and observe that Volume IX of the "ScreTTiFic AMERICAN" NOtary Pnbllc, naragable for large boats. It contains 575 acres ,
eac1l baa the signature of the proprietor J.N. commences on the 17th of September It is 01 hammock and pine land and is well situatedand GUTTA PERCHA & .INDIA RUBBER.

OBENSACKfas none else are genuine. chiefly devoted to the advancement of the interests Commissioner for taking Aekno'ledg adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock SOJTETHISO ETTIBELT HEW. .
myS-y of Mechanics .on, Manufacturers ".f ment of Deed raising. f }.
And otherInstruments of Writing, to be used in The North American GuttaPercha .4 .
most and Farmers by the diffusion of useful know- At.M. t \' .. .
-The astonishing results are being ledge upon these important branches. It is edited the States of 9300 acres of unimproved londat I Salt Spring," I Company \ ", .. .
produced by the use of GILMAN'S H/ (R1) by men practically skilled in the arts and sdenecs. NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.Jacksonville at the north end of Lake George, on the fct. Are "" .. \ :
YE. It is dcfng what has never been done be- and is widelv regarded as a sound and Florida. Oct.H-t Johns river,immediately west of Drayton Island. offering at Wholesale l '.' t .L:
fore changing Gentlemen's Hair, Whiskers or able]ourn l. Nearly'all-the-valuable Patents Edmund J be track embraces "Salt Spring" and "Salt A Great. Variety of Clothing, &c., fiA : 1. 1 ". "J' :.

.Mustache from red, white, or gruley grey to a which issue weekly from the Patent Office are illustrated Whitney, I spring cretk," which nearly equally] divides it Mode fromRIDER'S ._.;t '. 0 I
permanent JET BLACK or bcantitul brown, as required with engravings, and the Claims of all Commissioned and legally qnalified as ''trough its whole length, and is navigable from PAT.E VULCANIZED GUTTA ... _. : :-
in .*. the Patents are published weekly in its columns; .rer and Inspector of Lumber Cn 1 the river for boats of thre* or four feet draught. I I PERCHA, C.' .jqq : '
Z. D. GIliMAN, Sole Proprietor, city of thus making the paper a perfect Scientific and DnvaJ County, The land is mostly rolling yellow pine oCt first OF HEW STYLES AID BEACTIFUI TIXISH.fVUlESE ".:
Wu intoa..For sale by Druggists and Hair- Mechanical Encyclopedia, for future as well as May be found, when his services are desired. on quality, entirely free from Palmetto of any kind goods are water-proof, free from 1 'HOLLOWAFSOINTMENT.
Dresser, eveywhere. present reference. The Scientific American is :1 lqwr11t the Repnble ofce. and thought to be good cotton land together with M. unpleasant smell pliable and elastic like i
circulated its circulation jone considerable bodies India Uubbdr, not injured by fatty substances,
very extensively in the im some of cabbage and live .

.rsr-We are requested to announce BENJAMIN last volume exceeding eighteen thoiuanj copies BENJAMIN F. TOWNSEND, oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. i t and
per week. It is in form for binding. Each volume The location also embraces facilities for constructing ,1' willnot Jecomp and become rtidy.
D. WRIGHT as a candidate for CHIEF contains several hundred engravings andover one of the largest and most practicable water :' They are very different in character from any A CRIPPIJ errs AMDS ma CRUTCHES AJTEJI.

JrtriCE of the Supreme Court, at the election in four hundred rages of reading matter,withan AUCTON powers, as, independent of the flow from the '! other goods heretofore made of Gutta Petcha TEN TEAKS' pcrrEai.vo. -
. October nJ.xt.U'e. Index. The Piurtical Receipts alone are J A C h t D.A, spring, the waters of lake Cherchell about four i either in this country or Europe,and are

worth to any family much more than the subscrip Recfull18ticit sales in Town and Country miles in length by one mile in breadth, may be i f warranted to stand all climates. Copy of a teller from Sir. Thompson, Chemist'

are authorized to 1' tion price.The His Auction Room over the Store occupied byS. made available by a canal of about 16 chains m1 Among the variety may be found Coats. Cloaks, Liverpool d ted August' 20/A, 1852.
z. announce publishers offer the following valuable i length yielding an inexhaustible supply with f Capes Ponchos, Reefing Jackets Overall, Leg- To Professor HOLLOWAT: '
DAVID P. HOGCE as a candidate for the for the largest list of subscribers sent in N. Williams, (Dr. Foreman's old stand.) a fall of at leant IS feet. The spring itself, the ,. gins Son-westers Caps, Camp Blankets. Hone DEAR SIR: 1 am enabled to furnish,you with a

office of ASSOCIATE JCSTICE of the SrpKEiiE Kites_ first of January next: One hundred dollars REFER :CnS. water, of which has been analyzed by Prof. Covers Shower Mats, Syringes Breast Pumps, most extraordinary rare etf'.seiedby your vain-"
Chelton of New York, and shown to be of BalD, Pencil and Ink Erasers Gas ble Ointment and Pills which has astonished"
will Sports
Cot of this State at tbe election in October be given for the largest list; seventy-five O. M. Lee, Esq., Madison; John W. WesteottSt. val-I
dollars for the second; fifty dollars for the third, Augnntine; Jos. Livingston, S. N. Williams. nable medicinal properties, is of capacious men's Drinking Cups, Steam Packing Machine cry person acquainted with the sufferer. Aooa-
next._, August forty-fire dollars for the fourth; forty dollars for .Jacksonville. jy 12 mensions, being 60 yards in diameter?and most Belting Carriage Cloths, fce., &0.,with a very 10 years ago Mr. W. Cummins of Saltney stn .
the 5th; thirty-five dollars for the 6th; thirty dollars eligibly and picturesquely located. Its position f CHbiP AND EFFECTIVE L1FE-PKE- this town was thrown from his horse wherebyhe
fS-The friends of LESLIE A.THOMP-- for the seventh; twenty-five dollars for the Charles Do'Waal in a commercial or agricultural point of view, SERVER, received very serious injuries. fished the

SON, at present one e.f the Associate Justices of eighth, twenty dollars for the ninth; fifteen dol- Auctioneer with its advantages in constructing a boat canal made expressly to meet the new Passenger Lawof best medical advice at the time and was afterwards '
Court him to the voters lars for tbe 10th; ten dollars for the llth; and JACKSONVILLE, E. F. of only a few miles across to the Gulf of Mexico Congress. All of a finish and quality superiorto an inmate of different infirmariesyet bo
Supreme announce five dollars for the 12th. The cash will be paid Sale ia anv part ot the County attended to, must before very long draw the attention of tbe any other water proof goods now before th'e grew worse and afterwards a malignant i-.a ipg
Florida as a candidate for CHIEF J I-STICE of the to the order of the successful competitor, immediately and respectfully solicited planters and merchants of that fertile region I public. For sale at theWAREHOUSE nicer settled in his hip.which so completely erip
::Stato'at the approaching election in Octobernext. after January 1st. 1S54. His Auction Rooms and Store-house are kept ALSO, :* 80 CEDAR ST. pled him that he could not move without crutches

TEEMS: One copy one year $2; one six on Bay Street, near the principal market; where Two tracts containing 5000 acres on the west Dealers in water proof Goods are invited to for nearly ten years. Recently he began to nae,
months $1; five copies six months $4; ten copy copies he keeps on hand at all seasons of.the year, on and 4300 on the east side of St. Johns liver, I examine these goods believing they will find your Ointment and Pills. which have now healed
the moat reasonable terms, family Groceries and about 12 miles above Palatka, and having a the wound strengthened his limb and enabled.
six months $8 ten copies twelve months them CHEAPER AID FAit sirrngion to thing
fifteen -
DUl'UNT ; $15 any
-Tbe Friends II
f ;
river front each of about four his that he
: copies twelve months $22 Provisions, for cash or country produce. miles in extent. they have ever seen before. him to dispense with erntcbes. so east
twenty '
of Gajstlen county Florida announce twelve months $28-in advance. ; copies Goods sent to Subscriber on Commission, either That on the west ofthe river is mostly of pine Orders to any extent executed at short notice. walk with the greatest ease and with renewed

him as a candidate for ."ASSOCIATE JUSTICE" of Southern and western money taken for sub- for private or auction,disposal, will be quickly and swamp lands, and embraces the site of the WILLIAM RIDER health and rigor *" (Signed)
attended to and forwarded- English Indian trading !store of Panton Lesly & J. THOMPSON.A .
Pres't N.
amount A. G. P. Co.
the Supreme Cocrt.the State,at the approaching scriptions.Letters should be directed post-paid, to Mrs Subscriber has b spdily community fora Co., now known as"UamblJ's old store," whichis E. R. BILUXQS, MOST EXTRAORDINARY CCRE OF '. DRIADrUL

election in October next. Si Co. 128 Fulton street New York. number of years as auctioneer and otherwise. its beginning corner,and runs thence south to Treasurer and Sec'y. 25-6m
9-3t He offers no recommendations, but desir.es that the widow Pangree's "old fields,"thence west and
a-We are authorized to announce the sept inquiries should be mode regarding himsl of north to a point opposite the beginning. The I HAD rAIL ..
any Commercial House at the place one on the east side of the river lies between TEN THOUSAND S of LAND, Copy of a Letter from Mr.Bird. Draper of
HOB. A. G. SCMMES, as a candidate for reelection In the Circuit Court of the
: Easern Circuit dence. CHARLES DKWAAL. the places known as "Buffalo Bluff' and Ioult f Including a A heady, nearGaauiboro, dated M.'IJ'dtl.'52.,
the office of JUSTICE of the ;of Florida,Putnam wit "
to ASSOCIATE November Hth, 1852. tf Tucker. Besides a large body of well timbered To Professor HOLV.WATS .

:apreme Court,at the next October election. Lham C. Ellis, COmPlot.) -i- pine lands it eon tains some excellent hammock, Valuable Plantation. with Extensive SIR Some time since one of my children was

July*. >nm for Divorce. STATE OF FLORIDA. and several well wooded bluffs and eligible site* Improvements afflicted with dreadful eruptions over the body
Maa R- ;Rwt! defendant. > for residences. By a recent survey the vest and limbs. I obtained the advice of several em

(-The Friends of the Hon. THOMAS of cm laint being filed in this case, and PROPOSED AMENDMENTS THE CO:STITCTIOS tract has been reduced to 2940 acres and the one WELL known as the residence of the late inent surgeons .and physicians by ,aH ef whoa
the ..1. H.MCI.TTOSH
east side ofthe river to 3106. It is
on believed ,
to the of the the case was considered hopeless. length
DOUCL4S, (late .1 udge of the Eastern Circuit,) Court that appear the defendaS' reside,tiCaton. the Adopted by the sixth Geuera Assembly.No. however, that the deficit will be made up Only Fifteen Slileifrom Jacksonville, direct tried TOUT Ointment and Pill, and without exaggeration .
announce him as a candidate for the office of [ .] Proposals for purchase will be received by A. the effect miraculous for by
State of Florida, to wjt, in the uLe of Georgia, ly upon the St. John's river. was ; persevering
W. Walker of New Orleans John
AN ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and Esq. Peck
l' disappeared
ASSOCIATE JCSTICE in their use, all the eruptions quickly
of the Supreme Court at the.Iection motion of J. McRobcrt Siter, Esq.,soc tor
on : Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article, Esq. of New York Benjamin A. Lavender Esq. The subscriber has been appointed Agent for and the child was restored to perfect
in October next July 2 for complainant, it ordered that .pcarinj; of I and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth of of Baltimore, George Washington Esq. of St. the Administrators, and will show the premises health. ..

the facts charged said bill of complint b u2d the Fifth Article of the Cus this Augustine East Florida,or to myself the latter' to anyone wishing to purchase.Also I previously lost a child from a siatfct oca-
CIRCUIT COURT JQDGESH1P.ISThe at the next term of the Court, at I state place, postage paid. tbe Equipments of a Sugar House em- plaint and I firmly believe, bad I in her eax<
Patka in the said coantyof Putnam, on the I JOSEPH M. ER.NA. DEZ. bracing tbe connected with '
Hon.WILLIAM A. FORWARD SEC. 1. Be ittZfietedbv the Senate and House necessary apparatus adopted your medicine, she woaU have been
of November next and that
y siddeen'j icts the SiZte of Florida i. Gffl- St. Augustine March 8th, 1833. mar 17-tf Sugar Making. saved also. I shall be happy to testify the trot* '
Judge of the Circuit Court for tbe Eastern Judicial dante do appear and plead answer or : of Rest of fourteenth -Abo a quantity of Machines and Tools used of this to .
convened 1 hat thC any inquirer. -
Circuit of Florida will be voted for the the said bill of complaint, on or before said day, era of Hill in raising and preparing Cotton, with Iron Geer- J. H1RD,Draper. .,*
by or decree will thereupon pass in the same manneras Clause of the third Article of the Constitution To CIRCULAR SAW Owners. ed Horse Power complete order. Signed) ., .
people in said Circuit to fill the office which this State be so altered and amended as readas STORBTttC ttTTMORS 'ASBATI .
same if the defendant bad appeared and was present & Tbe Land will be parcelled to suit purchasers CErtAIN EEXEDT FOR
he now holds,at the election in October next. in Court. It is further ordered that a copy of fol011.vixs "There shalf be a Secretary ef EXPECT to be fu Jacksonville in a few ATTOSISHItO CCREUF At OLD LADT SEIlLSlf
July 7. the above order be published in some public Stte by the qualified voters of this State I weeks (health permitting.) when I shall be Teruuliberal.J.. E. JOHNSON, TEARS OF AGE OF A BAD LEO.

newspaper in this State, for the space of three on first Monday in October, in the year 18. prepared to put in order, anti give instruction in Agent for Administrator Copy of a Letter frO''JJumtrczl1u.. & Co..,
months before the day appointed for said hcarU who.shall continue in office daring the of these SAWS under
.lS'-We are authorize to the management special Jacksonville,June 1, 18.U. 2tf Chemists JBdtk '
announce of the
S' four years; and be shall keep a fair register contract i will warrant them to cut with 13-
JAMES M. BAKER as a candidate for the WILLIAM A. FORWARD, official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and borse from five thousand to eight thousand To Professor HOLLOWAT; .
Judge of tbe Circuit Court of the shall, when required,lay)be same,and all papers, power the DEAR SIR Among the namerone cures effected
office of Solicitor for the Eastern Judicial Circuit Eater feet per 12 hours, according to convenience $500 CHALLENGE! valuable medicines ia ,tais>'
the of
vouchers relative thereto
Cirruit of Florida. minutes and bfore by the use your
of the Mil Contracts made for Mills and warranted
of the State of Florida, at the approaching April 21st, 1853. General Assembly, and shall perform to cut eight thousand feet day,if put neighborhood, we may mention that of an oil
election ia October next. duties as may be required of Dim by law: per lady living in the village of Preston about five
1, Stsnilaus Glinski, Clerk of the Circuit Courtin oidrd. That the office ofthe P up by myself. Abo plan and drawings in made HOBEYSACK'S WORM ,SYRUP mile from this city.. S-be bad ulcerated woundS
ten for other kinds of Mills and Machinery
C3-Tbe Friends of JAMES PLUMMER, re- and for Putnam County do certify that the State to be elected under this amended Constitution ta). Any references or information given in gene theme An article founded. on Scientific 'principles, in her leg for many years; and latterly they increased
above is a true of order on file in offiee. all
copy my shall not commence until the term of office Columbus Geor- compounded with purely vegetable substances to such an alarming extentas to defy
pcctfuHy announce him as a candidate for theollice Witness my band and tbe seal of office,this rf the officer now elected shall expire. time, by addressing me at being perfectly1 sate when taken, and has never the usual remedies; her health rapidly giving

of County Commissioner for Duval County, [r s.] 211 day of April, A. D. Ii53. SEC. 2. Be it further enacted.ThUhetweDty gia. SAMUEL HEYS been known to till in curing the most obstinate way under the offering she etnTured. in this distressing

at the October election. S. GLIN SKI, third Clause'of the third Article Agent for George Page& Co., ease. /Forms can never exist when this remedy condition she had recourse to yonrOintment -'
Clerk C. C. of Putnam county. tion of this State be so altered and amended as August". ,. 18 Baltimore. is once used,from the fact that it not only destroys and PUb, and by the assistance ef friend .
0>The Friends of SEYMOUR PICKETT Sept 8-3m to read as follows, Tis: A State Treasurer and them but removes all the slime and mucus was enabled to persevere' in theirase; until she
Comptroller of Public Accounts shall be elected Land Improvements and Stock for which may remain received a perfect tart- We have ourselves been
respectfully announce him as a candidate for the WATCHES AND JEWELRY. electors of this State on the first astonished at the effect Upon so old a person, she.

once of County Commissioner for Duval County, Monday in October i the year 1836, and every Sale. TilE TAPE \YOR3r. oeing above 70 years of age. W* shall be happy
at the election in October next. two years thereafter. THE undersigned offers for sale about six This worn is the most difficult one to destroyof satisfy any inquiries as to' th, aatheDt'eily.f
-. .-- SIYll Alli S1VL WARE. SEC. 3. Be further. enacted, That the thirteenth acres of Land about one hun all that inhabit the human body. It grows to this really wonderful ease, either personally er by
CJ-The Friends of ELIJAH BLTTCH -- PLTD Clause cube fifth Article of the loustitution dred acres of which are cleared and under amalmoet .indefinite length, and becoming so 1etter .
respectfully PURCHASERS IN and else of this State be so altered and amended as cultivation,the whole being good cotton, corn or coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomachas A private in the Rata putlc bree.also has
announce bJm as a candidate for the are informed to read follows viz The Clerk of the Supreme cane land. It is situated on the north prong of to produce Fit, St. Fifui Dance,'4-r.which been perfectly cured of an old seertmtie affection-
Office of County Commissioner for Duval county I that the subscriber has on band and is Court and a the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery, Black Creek,three miles faom Middleburg. Dnval is the cause of many going to the grave, not believing in the face,after all other means had foiled, He
at the October election. constantly receiving from the best respectable shall be elected by the qualified electors of this county, Florida. The improvements on it are a that these complaints have their origin states that it entirely by the ase of year ointment .
manufacturers in the eonutry rich DIAMOND State, on the first Monday in October 1 the year good Fence, a Dwelling and other houses, and a from the Tapt Worm; consequently they do-not and speaks loudly in its 1aLt-

0: The friends of ISAAC SWART present RUBY, PEARL, and other .EWEL 1856, and every four years and tine Peach Orchard,with over two hundred bearing ,use the proper medicines for their diseasu To We remain;dear sir .
Ware tberr.
it'. and sterling Silver such Clerks of the Circuit Courts by Trees. There are also'ou the play about those who are a1Ilkte.l.with this awful foe to Years faithfully. .
hu name as a candidate for JUDGE OF PKOBATE TABLE DESERT and whissj rill be recommend the ate 'of Warm Syrup WALKER t CO.
All of health
SPOONS the qualified electors, in such manner as now fifty bead of stock hogs. my (Signed .
ef Duval County at the ensuing election in October TEA and FORKS, or may hereafter be prescribed by law. i told on reasonable terms and further particulars : and Ltftr Pill' The Syrup to be taken in April Qh.Jd:1:

DexL SILVER PL1ESaud WAITERS. SEC 4. Bt it further enacted That the sixteenth given, on application to doses of two tablo spoonfuls, three times a day; The PiUs should be asciiMJoinUy with-the-Oint>-
TEA : CUP Clause ofthe fifth Article of the Constitution S. B. THOMPSON, then take from five to eight of my Liver Pills to meat in most of"fallowing eases : ;
fiOWe: are authorised to announce JOHN W. SAUCERS, GOBLETS, of this State be, and the same is hereby 8 Middleborg; dislodge and pass the Worm. By strictly following Bad Legs Chiego-b- R t. Sore"**

PRICE a candidate for Judge of Probate of SOUP L BOAT altered and amended as to read A follows, vii; Or to G. C. TIPPINS these directions the.most obstinate eases of BadBreastsChilMaiBS. rrtit. SkinDiiiease*
and shall be General for the State 18. on the premises. Tape Worm can be speedily cured.
an Attorney Aug. G
Doval ClOUt the The Burns Chap'dba *
,. at ensaing election in octobernext. PIE. ICE CREAMICAKE and ROUND or STOMACH WOUM. '
who shall reside at the seat of Government ; Bonfons,' *,(() -.hap;
FRUIT KNIVES SOLID i Josiah AshurstWILL Scurvy,
J ane3& shall be his duty to attend all sessions of :Doct. This worm is usually found in the small intestines Sore Head Caneers Piles Tunters,

To the V.tu.1 Daral COtUlt,. I BUTTER.KNIVES SILVEB DESERT PICKLE. and I General Assembly, and upon the passage of any keep constantly on hand Medicines ,and is the worm most common to children; Rheumatism, Uleers ScaUs* We mds; _
I act to and submit to the General Chronic yet it is not entirely confined to them as adultsbavefreqnefltI *
No Coco-bty.Efcphantias
NAPKIN RINGS SALT CELLARS and da Assembly, the cure of all Diseases. Sore Nipples;Yaws, .
Circumstances induce me again to announce been known to suffer with them.
at the all of Files
KNIVES. s necessary rOr proceedings charge made for examinations and prescriptions; Bite Mosqwtoesaad
uysell to you as a candidate for re-election to the FRUIT laws, which and what U of most importance no charge will The Symptom most prominent while affected Contracted and SUJTlointt .
Silver plated Spoons, and Ladles approve ; hardness and fullness of the
Office of JCDOE of PZOBATE of your County. Fork. and Ce. ball[ be published therewith, and he perform be made for failures &I.they are dear at any with this worm stools are looseness of the bowels, picking Sold at the establishment ef.Professor QoQe
Snde ,
kt.Cton. such other duties as may b prescribed by Among his Medicines will be found- belly, slimy ,& ..London,,
Your support. Is respectfully solicited '. Knivesand silver platedon law; be shall be elected by the electors price Tonic Pills I at the nose a blueiah streak under the eyes way 2M Strand (rear Temple r
bteeU Table and Desert Knives, fine twentyone qualified Compound ; of children have of and by all the Vendors Medkinea throa-bout
FELIX LIVINGSTON. of this State,on the first Monday of October,.in.be'year &e- .If TOO or any your any
Antifebrile or Antibilions Pills ttS.' 87 eU. aaA
; SX ,
States ,at | .
day Marble Mantle Clocks, and. common I t36, and four years thereafter the above symptomahfOBCNSACKS WORM the United ,injpOU :' '
EORGB: STOKE bis BrIM Clocks of description. ne. Pile Ointment; be : By usingit 3120 eta. eaen." Waelesali by the priaeipdl .'
.presents name as every but be removed Governor, on the ad forfeitfor SYRUP can safely depended upon .
may other Mixture '
Gonorrhea and -110 and fttessrs.A. B.
Geld fr Silver Lever and have certain, safe,and speedy cure and Drug houses in tbe Union; by
a ;
a candidate CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Lp Wahea the two Houses of the Gen- yon
H d olwotd failures;no Balsams or usual remedies. D.Sand .New York-. '
Fine enamelled anting hall receive for his services if after using it according to the directions the "' .cv .
COURT Duval county, at the October/lee- Gold & Sivr Watch-Chains, Seals J Keys, a L compensation to be fixed by law Provided. All Medicines infallible. warranted. patient is not restored to health,and the warns There ia a considerabb' tmt ,ly taking *
ieal Medicines-cures
bliss the instance of several'. Gold SUyer1'hble I That the term of office of the General Address Drop all communications to Vr.Josiah A hnrst. thoroughly eradtatted from the system,you can Ireettan.1or tile icb..1It' tt
April.. .Gold Syer tte. to be elected under this amended .Constitutionshall rest assured then is no remedy beyond the grave. .
.. East Florida paid;
Jacksonville postage
As for fail,there is no such word es Jail,with ia every dworder are affixed to esa ptL ,
Rr. Fi rokt Cuiel mot commence until of office of the call and examine certificates, and be referred
T. tlie Vatore Dsiwal C. th t or please those who use Worm SympASCARIDBS .TWSOintment 1. ThTI fD .J ,
_'. suity.I f e R o. officer now ee shall 4.Sec. to gentlemen. March 17-tf QT fe> ] $ ?
u se. arraktl Tluwsul W.r..
& S. enacted That
respeetlalry aanomee_myself my fellow-eit- lall further said ete b1. T.MeMlLLANb'.JaneS'

ttsi.of Dnval Coaotyas a.eaadidate for the.mce Particular of Watches, and J given t 1par.S. Lions shall .conducted a reto.r NoticeIX .- These worms to which .the human system is liable : .., __d__ _alL..___.
Cos ewel. made in the'.manner'ne .prb or which '. '. ,are the_most troublesome of.all others.;They ONDl'l'103l. .r, asI.gaIswgwwx.5
CLERfjOF THE CIRCUIT i From his extensive facilities '
of COURT may hereafter be the election IX WEEKS from.data X ahatt apply to the are generally be towns in inc rectum ana u C for UorstT.beee .
of said Coaaty-fledging myself if elected, to ,be confidently believes be will satisfy., all who of member,&Congress front .1h St; Hon Judge -Probate for Columbia county i allowed t.renislfl-frOL1t the irritation they pro- : powderr nave kee teeireTyued.
discharge ditties to the best of abilities.mrKtd may favor him with their patronage.His and it shall be duty.of the for letters of,administration: the estate of duce,lay'the.foandation'. for serious disorders with general satisfaction for parpfcse of lir.
my my prices are as low a terms.as lTrab" eommluions'nnder the seal of the Stateto1 the Re'C tMteen,late or Aid county deosaseiL' such as inflammation of the bowels and Other derangements proving"the'condition of aonesvwatejtaeoed .

I.V, GARME.fr ., .i at any S.other ecIYm tbe St&t. persons receiving the hpe number of Votes- for ,.EZEKIEL WEF.KS.Colombia of the stomach. The best and safest fby di'enss 'berfworiuoT.inrpoper ftedins... &'
:' u. the said severs '. Co..Ang.l133S.' H Medicine that can to used U HOBBNSACK'S W. eaerttimelo Wifcstto'a5teTS> .
01c 'Alligator, require.
fr> Friends of URIAH BOWDEN March 24vt ,Savannah,Ga. i ,the"'astonishinr
pre- Sirra & /-Passed the Home WOitWSYRUP.-Such tIre aetioa to the improved:spirit aad spearan** '
eat his name ar a candidate' for the office of, Representatives the Constitutional majority, T1AJ1E3 D. WALXKH.: ., Hair ,u..eer' powetf my'Medicines" over Jtxaradtt, that! of the animal andmy be safely- : as aprerentatfre ..'.*;.

SHERIFF VFDWAL COUXTY at the : Fresh Provisions. Jani-.18.:Passed the Senate by the I and Performer, respectfully returns his defy any one produce a ease where my Worm and enr 'ftir many eetapWste .'. "
1833. thanks to the citizens Jacksonville for their ,Lint Pills 'recommended to be 1Ie -
DIto January, Syrup and are which they are alj CS'IGh'. !'S"* ;
October election. 1 EW Go Butter;- mtr. liberal :-patronage. to ,J1bD.ainCMt'he.l1aI. been la_ used that they witt not ewe. A.B that is neees'sary -, bound 'Losref Appetite.;YeBo*aster,*idess

Jane.1m._ Do C OrlC;SEcarrisT or SriT V In i"n is to use the Syrup ia accordance with directions er.J &a Reference to jeatlemea. who kar..
Le&fl.i&rd, M ( ; ,He desires to Inform the publie hat be is still oa eaeh bottle;and la ease gentle potntive sedit with CllD1Ie&iyt" -T::
MR. EDTTORI Please ..announce"the name of Bacon ShiesTwo ;rl W. .C, of St I always to be found at bis Shop, arMr..Uow.n'. to required ia order to> allay the irritation For sale by .T.Jc3BUA
JOHN:'D.J.lcEINLAY.cudida'for the hundred Bosneb Corn; fo State of Florida,.do"hereby, th I New Store,where be will be at all times ready to '11ey'the Liver' 1111s by Ibeixaynip. my :

Office ,of Tax-Assessor'and 'Collector for*Doval Ten Barrels Ui Smith's Floor,. foregoing boa'true and correct>,f o te I perform all duties in Lii line with promptness. sadlit histor action[and healthy operatie*-upon thebowels .A LLPerson.idbd to .Aa4nFn' t .
Ten ( Ie ) original on file in this office a' spirit af accommodation -,;- -- ,.- S ,is tie most pleasant Medicine. that can. betaken e FItr&Ik li. 1
very ; 1ateotColmabia
'Comity,iu fat 'ebcUan."' la October:nexi and "" Tea 'd.E Aleet'. ,* "la Testimony Wbereo4-i basslaerenntc \ AXT1CLK3 rot BAUC.-Walker's Hair;Restorative .'' .' A ._ ,.tL azeaca-.. .w-, _-..._ .-.. .. ._ -"m-.tJ--,
.\lip'!! MANY VOTERS. Fifteen H If Barrels Telegraph* .' affixed my,signature end the Great Seal ol r or Vegetable Hair. .Composition' ; Slaving ':uoithSAcz:'$ UTJt.a.PlLl& ; undempacl;'ad .'JI .C'.
Alto to errfvs by Sebr Ben Nevis-, .-t;' : Soaps Pomatum k. \ ': 'c'. a&aU.., ; rMpr .them
.. ..., ,', .".Co..tw.. ..Twenty Barrels Hiram ..1heSttefFotde.UbeCptl JLszo&SWarranted to be innip ., part of the system is more liable to disease aca .w .
0,We axsactherired to do.Central Sit' Fu' M'.,ZAh day of March,*A.D.1353,and seven. To certify that' -,Hair:Rest ratiT .i war 1-- the Liver; being supplied with numerous drdFpenawiWlt wise WI JIOtiee 1wHl be fa. : o' > .,
announce' GEORGE Twenty : Ctlr. ... ... > .' ty-se of tb ft.jBEB-BERTas a"etadldate forre-tlectlos to ,S" .dl..o .", ".. .;;V D 'Dthoth.b: : ," .. 1 several gentlemen Inthe ton who are willing.to of course flowing through til parts oT the < ff-E-f. A4Iw a\tnd8r....{ -
". .c).arD OTPJU &:of Colombia dred Ja 1. "- -ec"..; ..'W.,DOWNING : _aoraelt..after, having"ful7Iestd' lt. "t; ". ,produces Ixetr'CmaSJIesIdist1.' ... ., ..Am.et..b'Je ; t.
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tm- )IOMDA, .,1pUnu, . CAN- .! AJ"IW,-:,:.. AWNNA"A8VERTISEMENTS.- - .- ..- J- ;(', :, fj1forL,. ; ke'r .Monroe- / .v WASHINGTON)''. YORK AD,'H1A"V ER BELPHI&"ff."L-.tt NEW-, 1,'IW11. JnWrt.-, -- '".. t ir .v .
,f'\D; rCBUSHED ZTE&Y TlIbKSlUy.At / .:/ .HE: ptezneiRMIsvAtb.beeitpurcbased: .: '. r a ,
iMbl\'RE r &rO ) : ; srT2GAL2.kCZrP. SII vn fr
Jd"'h 11.j-pnY 1'C ui.1 &.F., by: ,ING, aTing by Dr. .
T : iUttItI' ,: ," fT, A.S.SPKEX,baireeumedberregnlarips ,;ao.' & "fJ'01 QJ 1
: : i.
f.- 'i.
PlAID :ANll, ''nBNITnRI.ST n"1 : fromJack mville to Lake Monroe-touch* SnvefWatclieg Jewelry .
r';of the;'Treasury ., .I
Twur..>: Three-Julian per 'annum. payabl. -, tnt at the intermediate landings,: ".ad .- '" .
vpotf Ordering the Faptr." '. 'i SMETS'.BVlLDI. ,1 s She i twill 'leave.Jacksonville ,every'' ,WEB,attend W'ciaYms-Defore'Congress*;*ndUi-_;:., .f jfU d'j SflyeW6fe', 0

Sabscrlptlon,if not twM before the exptrtiOfldth flronhtoii 5t..Sa..nu.h.. *. morning 8.iK,lock. ;''arriving"_ at,;: .-.tka.l&II1e" '_,,.Departments at Washington. at retail, at much .than.the usual prices, ".
'year,'are ebar red $4v ; I W. MORRE LL.; ;N. Ff..WEBSTER. evening.. I ,&:_ J 'He-' refers1 to' all resJonabft.me*'tbrongntrat r -
Adttrtisements will bo inserted at the following Leave Palatka everMondaY'lIkor at 7. the Union who have had business with him; and -V JRGENSEN W'.':" TOUF., J'k' I
tatest One Dollar per pqnare (oftwclve lines)for House Furnishing Est b ishment. o'clock, for Enterprise ;"'arriving"'at Enterprise' he relies for success upon his- lliarit.1,with the i Rea Ja1e Jnrgensen Wahe received by ere-. .
the iubscqnent the same night.1 ; 'i'
ftr l,and Seventy-Fire Cents every : - of bus1ntas.f i with each
Wholesale and lletall. routine r.amn.
insertion. Totfearly Advertisers a liberal Furniture by The Sarah Spaldiugcarries the U. S. Mail perfect time-keepers tr
WSllINqTONMa71Ol8.zu .
discount will be made.' All transient AdcrLlenentexoepIby TIlE'eubscriber derires to call the further at- from Palatka Enterprise. ,She. will be TO overhauled -' COOPER'WATCIIE*,
: Florida public to his well .
condition for the
to hem excellent '
b lvtng a running account as :
pren "
wit.b'Ul..tI1c.) must be paid for previous. to publiatl known establishment, for the sale of service..-.and the'accommodation ,of passengers' : : GILMAN,. DpJ. d Levers,, in UcLg.. and Magic Ca
FURNISHINGMATERIALSofttery timeKeepers.i ,
< nI7: -BISBEE. ,: tS pered
Persons aC & distance.i' can govern their' remittances DESCRIPTION.f 'April2tf' Agents,' G9Q&QDOQ&&S33_ '- 'C,,'.....DDa.cre. ..----. a ; INDEPENDENT.;.SECOND,:
..... ,_ _
for advertising by,the following rates:' lCi'Miih TJI-A ;.nA mAMhllnll: rum lIotmlv' them-or ; v f-:.PEI'fN.SYL'VANIA-A-VE.'ipE, r' > i and :Quarter Second., Watches, for timing j I a- ,

for-.n One square f. "(.twelve", ,- line f. ). published- _'z months$10 : .furming a good every'store article stock.'6r.' *general.' use' .for PAUE: : I!iD U C'E D. "'WASHIWGTONCITYy'Inventor. : : ; hones,in gold CIIIIOJIOMETKIIS.and silver ., r
'of business
in the line mentioned -
Everything and SciiProprittafof.GIL'MAN'.S
JTwo squares for.izmonthsi' 15 Parlor Hall, Bedroom Splendid Gold.Pocket Chronometers. which .
kept on hand, including PHOADELPHIAUnited _
Legal .
and other Business .
Cards 10 .
per au. without variation.'
Kitchen and sales will be made any ,
Notices and Furniture -\r r .
to debtors and creditors 7 ; '
'administration- 5 upon as pod terms as purchases can be effectedat Instantaneous Liquid Hair-Dye, EIGHT DAY WATCHES. Makes'\&be.ri\ hed. heaTJest, Wc
A.rP1icationforlcU ,
Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrator the North.. I. W. MORRELL'S States lUaU Line. The. only Initaataneoia. 1I ir.DYI, whiAuptr- *. Watches which inn eight days.. I and most permanent lather ol.-D1 Slay:

.. $10 Old established stand Savannah, Ga. tnanent.Forsale -E, ing Soap now in use.LEONARD'S .

For announcement for office, 5- march 2.jMcMAHON Philadelphia and Savannah Steam Naviga-. b. ,. JOHN-. M. PAYNE" for Ladies,some MELWATCHtB -
No announcement will be made nnlo.u the
same & DOYLE ion'Company. Jacksonville Florida. DIAMOND WATCHES,
(> with the .
accompanied amount charged. <>ae- FLAVORING'jfc
na'HE new and splendid
for Ladies, some in magic cases.
Editorial notices for private benefit will ii. 1'i .R wheel GLMAN'S HAIE-DTE is the only article
WHOLESALE DEALER} IN steamship LIQUID TRACTS, namely Lemon, Vanilla :
charged double the rate of MAGIOWATCHES, : -
"STATE OF GEOKGJA Gentlemen who wear
now used in this city.- '
b.lteli Castards Creams
published gratis.Communications. will leave Savannah as follows I hue wishing to attend a Ball or Party* can appear .' 'AVatchcsrhteh Wind Vp Pies Ices b....
must be post paid. : in a suit of black by devoting one .addi the bands without terj choice, and exceedingly couyeai -
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Wednesday July 13. Wednesday. Scpt.21. and turn any key
...._ .
---" "- the should :
I- < : tional minute to their toilet. In using very Housekeepers be ,
NO. 190 BAY STREET, July27. October Fine Gold Capine Watches,4.boles, wilW8'
"CHARLESTON. ADVERTISEMENTS. (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston & Co.) August 10. October 19. celebrated- article'which' heads this notice.. jeweled :.>' ;. ,. $23 them., Those, who 'delight! in''U-t,
Aw'ust2-1. M November 2. [Philadtlphi4'udZY Fine Gold licious flavor and ,exquisite perfans'rf'Fruits

OLIVER F FARTJUEI Formerly, occupied by Chns. H/irtridge, Esq. u September 7.'C iJie Kovember 16. .' Gold DetacbedLvrp3., ,. :and Flower, will flnd.in/Uw

Wholesale. Grocery, Liquor, and SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. This Ship has been built with the strictest regard my9MALONE! Gold English Patent Levers, : .:- .- 3. Flavoring 'Extract*;all that theTf eij

Provision Dealer JOIlN JlI'l\UIION. JAMES DOYLE. to the safety and comfort of her passengers, $ TAYLOR, Gold English Patent Levers bnnt'g cases, 5 desire., .
and bcr accommodations by Silver Patent low ( &
jan27-ly unsurpassed any Lver a a

:HAS constantly on hand a well cclectcd stock tANDE SONS & OO Cabin Passage from Savannah to Phila- FIRST WHARF BELOWNOBLE ST.,, and all other styles of Watches, at equally. lowprices. made from FRUIT instead of from Acid ;
Liquors and Grocerio, which he offers delphia, $20 .J -
for tale low Orders from the couutry carefully FACTORS AND GENERAL Steerage 8 Very respectfully solicit consignments of" as are all the.ordinary kinis, is not.ciy'far

and promptly attended to. C. A. L. LAMAR;Agent in Savannah.HEIION Southern Lumber Shingles, &c. &o. Diamond:. fnm. :, Bracelets,- more pleasant, bat'alft&morai h sl.\

0ChTerins-CASH OK Cur ACCEPTANCE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, & MARTIN, Refer to- --t Kings,'and 'Crosses,for sale at much Figr ful and wholesome, and.Makes the T ftrt.'

April 7-y_ SAVANNAH, GA. Agent in Philadelphia. A. McCALLA Cashier Camden Bank, N. J.: the usual agreeable of summer drinks,, '
Fcb. 24-tf JONATHAN BROCK Philadelphia; prices.JEWELRY..

TTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKns IS jan27-ly Opposition Line, carrying T. E. BrcicmA, Jacksonville, Florida. WEDDING RINGS, Gold KEYS and SEALS, of,osin Mustard that is'no wr
February., 1S53, Gold PENS and PENCILS Gold and Silver rice-floor,, and wish it perfectly',rvui:
JP.e&.JI : J STOVE DEPOTAND i the U. S. Mail, THIMBLES BRACELETS,BREAST PINS sbonld try Leonard's Pure Mustard'.'


OILS, VAMISH, HOUSE. Palatka Fla., and Savannah, Ga., Publish the followingValuable. Gold and Silver SPECTACLES CHA ,Gold CHAINS TOOTHPICKS from what,u usually called Mustard .;;


And every description of fatal'* t'C ulld railllS Subscriber most rel'peetfllltyiuvites a Via Picolata, Black Creek, and Jacksonville, John on'8 Case; 3 vols., 2d ed.Avith: a Sliver \ .re. -
- Story M. call at his Establishment, where everycffortwill '
In ,
be made to give satisfaction. The largest Fla., and St. Mary's, Brunswick,. and Darien large number of additional" cases j : STERLING SILVER SPOONS, cups FORKS,
Ho. 97 East Charleston
S. C Bardode's Tasteless
Bay,. and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor Ga. Caines' Reports, 3il ed. 3 vols; An son's Nisi PIE KNIVES, NAPKIN lU GS FRUIT KNITE ,

Stoves from the best iManniaciures. AII Prius 2J cd. with additional &C. 'r
Also on band Fresh and Burning nniiE STEAM '
kinds of Hollow Ware, Hardware Cuttlcry -- cases Johnson's Reports, 20 vols, the latest Watehes and Jewelry exchanged. All Watch WORM.GA1t DROPS;
Fluid and every description of Lamp nnd Chandeliers Guns-single and double !:r'VELAlCA, Captain N. ; .
Wooden-ware, Brushes -
for burning the. same, at the Manufacturer'prices. barrels, Pistols Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps KING, leaves Palatka every Monday morning and best edition; Cowen's New York es warranted to keep good time, or the money : J

&e., &3. Also, constantly manufacturing all at 8 o'clock. Reports, 9 vols.; Wendell's New York Re- returned. Repair
Agent for Bloke's Fire Proof Paint. kinds of Plain Planished Japaned Tin-ware Arrives at Jacksonville same evening. and 26 vc.ls. Hill's N. Y. .Reports, 7
leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touchingat ports, ; All kinds of Watches and Clocks cleaned and
April 7-y Camphene and Burning Fluid J. J.-constantly MAURICE.on all the intermediate places as above. 'vols ; .Denio's N. Y. Reports, 5 Vols.; Bar- repaired in the best manner, at.much leas than

hand. (Uan27-ly] Through Fare from Palatka Picolata and bour's Law Reports 13 yols., N. Y.; Corn- the usual prices. -
Johnston, Crews & Brawley, Black Creek S 00 J Goods sent by express or mail to all parts of
& YEADER $ stock's Reports, 4 vols., N. Y.; Sandford's "I.GEO. .f
PRICE Fare the United States.
IMPORTERS AND"H'LF. U.F. DEALERS INDBY Through from Jacksonville 6 00 Superior Court Report, 2 vols.: Johnson's 1
: 147 CCJ N. B. The Welaka conned with tfceteamlilpJ5tatcof N. Y. .- ALLEN,
GOODS Chancery Reports, 7 ; Hopkins'
Georgia, for Philadel and
Savannah Importer of Jatre Jewelry,
HO.ISlEASTllAYCHAUL.ESTOJrS.C. Bay street phia. Cb. Report; Paige's N. Y. Cb. Reports,

AT all times keep CLOTHS a large ,assortment. of fine AGESTS.K. 10 vols.; Edward' N. Y. Chancery reports No. 11 Wall Jt hoe.'d!floor ald,near Uroadtvay, ,

A. 8.JOHNSON, J. II. BRAWLEV, CASSDIERES, AND VESTINGS, R. DUKE, Palatka. 4 vols.; Hoffman's Ch. Report, 2d June 16-y SEW YORK: ''c
F. WAV Kit & CO., Jacksonville.
A. J. CREWS, JAMES M. BRAVTXET, Which they are prepared to make to measure in S/M. LAFFITEAU, Savannah.Feb. ed.; Sandford's Chancery Reports, N. Y., 4

AUSTIN CAS SADAT, A. S. J. FEKRV. the best manner. AlsoReadymade 21-tf vols.; Barbour's Ch. Reports, 3 vols., N. Y.; FIRE LIFE

Jan 6-ly Clothing Clarke's Chancery Reports, N. Y.; English AN INSURACE. They contain no.calomel or merearjn"

A large Stock FINE Clothing of good ma- United States 31 ail Line Chancery Reports, 35 volumes-formerly any form or any deleterious. ingredient
CHARLESTON] HOTELBV tcriils and well made. and at attractive tethe
condensed, hut now published verbatim! whatever are- once
Farmers' Fire Insurance Company.. 01
With a large variety FANCY ARTICLES BETWEEN to tbe.tu ; 'and ..
I wan notes and references to DOIII tigIIsn: I Vtlea, New York. eye, pleasant
Hats, Caps, Cane'', iMrm.TellasShirts, Cravats. Palatka Fla. and Savannah Ga. 1 in their operation. Children eat then .
D. MIX12R. Stocks, Scarfs &c. &c. All of which will be and American decisions, by-John A. Dun- : CAPITAL

Meeting. sired' brtwecn Iluuae and Pin cL-ncy, sold at the LOWEST PRICES. (INSIDE ALL THE WAY) I lap Esq., two entire English volumes in GEI F. WEAVER E.J.$2,0.RICHAHDSO: with great avidity and pleasure.** '

CHARLESTON. S. C. Savannah, March 4th, 1853. iDly Via Picoh-ta, Black Creek, and JacksonvilleFla. one American.; Phillipp on Evidence, 5 President. .Secretary -

jan 6-ly WM. R. SYMONS ., and St. Marifs, Brunswick, and vos.! with extensive notes and referencesby UTICA Dec.2,1851: "

Darien, Ga. the lion. Ezek Cowen, one of the Judgesof Granite Fire Insurance Company of Gent.-The frequent calls and. favorable

H dESS i f DRAPER AND TAILOR, STEAM PACKET WM. the Supreme Court of the Stale of New 'Uea.'APITAL reports we get of the use of Sn

j1 Commission Alercliaiit. AND DEALER IN ..- TIlE ,Capt. T.E.SHAW. York, assisted by Nicholas Hill, Jun. Con $200,000. DOTTZ'S WORM SUGAR DROPS reminds IMof

5|, WHOLESALE DEALER 'REA D V-M IA DE CLOTHING, leaves- Palatka every Thursday morning at 8 sellor at taw; N. Y. Digest, 4 voTs., beinga GEO. ClTIS. Pres't.VM.. h, DEDS cs, Sec'y. the promise I recently made to' send

In.tlroceries and Liquors. NO. 17 irHLTTAKER STREET o'clock. Digest of all the N. Y. Common Law Reports Knickerbocker. Fire Insurance Company, you some certificates taken by us. Hmo'
\o. 139 EAST HAY, SAVANNAH, GA. Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings and from the earliest period to the present .trror N. Y. with you will find copies of two, MirtiiHubers

ClfAR'.E:TON, S. C.. Glove, Suspender, Shirts, and! Gentlemen's leaves at all the on intermediate Friday morning points at 3 as o'clock above., touching time, 1850; American Chancery Digest, 3 CAPITAL $15.0. and William Stanton'8jbeik

'. Jan 6-1, ._ Furnishing articles generally. (OJ- .n The new steamer- vols. 3d ed.; Barbour's Chancery Practice, CHAS.CRAMER, Pres't F. D. MOE, Scc'y- honest and reliable men, the latter.wpj|
been known tome \T
jan27lyBUTTER 2 vos.! a new American work, with an extensive nearly twenty,
CONDIOTJ JErlNINGS! & CO., ? St. John," collection of Precedents; Wheeler's Insures property against loss or damage by To-day a farmer called and got the

S \ ') ne.aIp nnd llet.vl; Dealers in AND CHEESE EMPORIUM, now nearly finished, will bo put on the line. Criminal Cases, 3 vols; City Hall Recorder, fire or lightning, on a reasonable terms as any second box, the first having been administered ',

SADDLES BRIDLES BY=-1t. -' -. The t.eamerVilJiam Gaston connect 6 vols. in 3; Conklm 's Treatise, 2d ed., on other and policies solvent issuedby company. .Applications received with very favorable results, MM
with the New York Steamers Sa.tllr- two or three weeks since, to a daaghter
SADDLE ft t"UPf:1' JtAGS, F1"'Bn.-" t I m& day. every the Practice of the U. S. Courts; Graham'sPractice A. WILBUR, of hiat thirteen old. In this CMS

IIAUXI.SS, EOKGtA Through Fare irom Palatka Picolata and 3d ed. 2 vMs; Graham's New Agent 129 Congress street,Savannah. years
SAVANNAH, ( l 2d ed. Barber's Criminal tho'pareuta.did not hunS that the duty
Black Trials enlarged
S 00
WHIPS TRUNKS. VALISES JcC &C., &C. Creek $ ( ; voided bat
NO. 165 MEETING STUKET I WHOLESALE DEALER INBUTTER Trough Fare from Jacksonville, 6 00 Treatise, 2d ed ; Paine's C. c. Reports, 2 Ch.rer Oak Hartford Life Insurance, Ct. Company.. covered worms her health., she. immediately*-

Opposite Cllar!'.tlll Hotel. AND ChEESE, A. E. HERTZ AGENTS.Palatka. vMs; Petersdorfl's Abridgment andSupple En- and
t2O.1th a large surplus.' L Truly respectfully JOan
jan 6-ly CtRLETn. .*. c. DIRECT FROM BISBEE & CO., Jacksonville. ment, 17 vols.; Wheaton's Law of Nations; CAPITAl dored State. WILLIAM BRISTOL.

GOSHEN NEW YORK. CLAGHORN. & CO., Savannah. Cowen's Treatise, 3d ed. 2 vols; Benedict' ALFRED Pres't; JAS. Seo'y.

HARD'V AltE. jau27-lv i -_;- Feb. 24-tf American and Admiralt Purchasers: Dart's 4th ed.Law Monell's of Vendors H.vannah.L. BVRD.- M. D_. Exm'J\VALLE.Pviici for- Sa,-- UTICA, June 10, 1852. .

; and ; I certify that I of. Mesca.WM. .
Charleston Florida purchased
COURTNEY TENNE\ & Piactice 2 vols. Archbold's Criminal Pleading This
Co. issue
: iIA1t1)WliE. 1 ; company.will policies on the joint BRISTOL & Co., day before '
; DIRECT IMPORTKRS OP u. S. MAIL STEAMERS 3 vols; Phillips on Insurance, 2 vols. stock principle, and upon the mutual plan, thus yesterday '
HARDWARE CUTLERY I HAVE on hand, and am constantly receiving combining the of both at the a box of Bardotte's Vermifuge Sapr
PISTOLS I systems
GUNS 3d ed. Eden 3 vols Revised benefiL
&c., a full supply of Hardware ; consisting of i; H CAROLINA ; on Injunctions ; tion of the op Drops for a child of mine, four and a half
Cutlery Cooking Utensils Mill Suwg, Cross Cut Statutes, 4th ed., 2 vols.; Adams on Eject insured at the lowest
rates of
No. 35 AND is"ed old whom I troubled wits
Hayne Street, Polices years supposed
Haw?, Hoes, Chains Nails Axes,Blacksmith and Connecticut vol .
ment; Reports, 12 that can be adopted, and afford requisite .
IhnJ nC5Sr3: .oit .E-:4"Ti 6D ULIEIB.i3iL worms. I: had tried to Yermiran
Tools all get
Q Carpenters' and other articles usually !
with all the Report to the insured and

They are constantly' supplied perpetuity to the
WM.C. COURTNEY, G..T:NNENT, kept in my line of business. : Through to Palatka in 24 to 30 Hours. of the various States as soon as published. institution. down her several times, but could not dait'
'jan6-11 JAMESB.EVA S. C. HOPKINS, Agent. Policies issued for the benefit of a married without holding her. nose, and :'sit
.' No. 177 Congress St., Savannah, Ga. The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every ARCII OLD'S CRIMINAL PRACTICE &
on the life of her husband would vomit all But after
jan27-ly Saturday at 3 P. M. Returning will leave PA PLEADING woman or any other up again.:
o ntE LATKA every Monday at 7 A \., Picolata 10 The foregoing is the sixth American, from the person,of will her enure husband to her separate of use, independently she got the taste of the SUGAR DROFS abs

M : ''NDa JNO. 11. COOPER J CO., A. M., and Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A. M. twelfth and last' London edition, of ARCH- creditors. and the claims of her cried for more. Yesterday to47

caa5iB Lm C.c..IP The FLORIDA will leave Charleston every BOLD'S CRIMINAL PLEADING. Mr.Arch- we save her the contents of the box,u4
i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKR IS Tuesday at S 1'. M. Returning, will leave Pa bold's writings have been before the public for SLAVES INSURED on reasonable terms. to-day it brought FOURTEEN

161 MEETING.STUKKT: Books C Stationery latka Thursday 10 o'clock A. M.; Black Creek nearly half a ccntarv-a proof of tbe high esteemin California and Australia Risks taken. LARGE WORMS! away of them fMt
) some
jan6-ly CHARI.ESTOS, s. c. 31'.1\1.' : -Iftckflnnrillo.- Fridiv. 4 o'clock. A. M. which they are held. This edition is much -
CORNER WHITAKER & ST. JULIAN STS-, These steamers neet.'wi'tllaiCihe interio long. -
"Wholesale Hat& Cap Warehouse .o. (i:4 Wuri.g's iloi'Olfe-- more comprehend than any ofiu predecessors. Agent, 129 Congress st.,Savannah.
Stages of Florida and connect both
way The former editions were confined to Pleadingand ,
161 '
NO.ton Hotel, Charleston.ST.. opposite Charles SAVANNAH. with the New York steamships, Carolina Rail- Evidence. The present,in addition to what my26-y East of the Big Basin,Broad.m
WM. A.
OLCOTT E. VNAPP. roads,and the Wilmington Roads.GOPasKpge .
bas in Store and Ii was contained in any of the others treats very
constantly receiving from his --
ereral manufacturers, all of the different kinds Printing and Bookbinding executed with $8;:from Charleston from to Charleston Palatka. $10.to Jacksonville of fully CRIMINAL of the different PRACTICE.crimes, and of It every consists branch of. UTICA, Nov 16,1852.
of HAT and CAP suitable for the toutbern For further Messrs. WHo
neatness and despatch. particulars apply to three volumesof nine hundred BRISTOL & Co., .

and attention southwestern of merchants markets desiring to which good he in invites his lino.the Foreign Books imported to order at N. Y.prices. BELLECHASSE J. W. CALDWELL& FINEGAN.Charleston. will be found by far the most extensive pages,each thoroughand and Gentlemen,-My little daughter, and

Haring many :years experience in the business, he Feb 10tfParchment_ _ _ Jacksonville. useful work on criminal law ever published. 7 years had-been ailing for three or war,

flatten himself that in prices and quality' hisoods Paper Letter-Copying i It. It, REID, Palatka. law It contains, with all the American well as English months and-fearing that she might be
appropriate forms for
cannot be excelled. D.A.AMBLER practical every troubled I
Feb. I0-tf with worms about a week
BOOKS.-This Paper is very tough; slows proceeding. iVo lawyer and certainly no judge ,
WAI. M.TUNNO and distinct copy and offers or'district attorney should Le with ut a copy. bought at your store a. box of BAR-
the advantage Factor and Commission merchant be written upon without eprcadinf. The Rooks into Criminal Practice as well as an accurate -e them all to her in one day. atwentyfoar
are well bound and paged and are sold at themanufacturer's LINE. and profound knowledge of the principles of a. -
(For Florida Produce hours after,she paned av*y
,) -
prices in single ones or in quanti. Criminal Law, this is just the Book. --- -
"' NO. 5. SOUTHERN WHARF,-} ties. BANKS. GOULD & co., TWENTYTWOWORMS,' some oit themtea::

:. Charleston, S. C. PA TENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING 144 Nassau st New York. APOTHECARYHALL 'or, twelve Inches long We gait:

oyl-y PRESS. I And 475 Broadway, Albany. 'and Tea Depository.JToi her no other medicine: Since then,-BM.
July 23.
: With this press copies are taken with nore I The.New and Regular line.Packets: between I has been &different' nhiM ntinlT
J llvilFFundl'Y-- ease, and much quicker than with the Screw New York Jacksonville, and Palatka composed 3'D. JJyrne'a New Bnlldlng, J. k- She had not slept weUnghta'bnt1
Press and others ordinarily in use. It does not by the new and fast-sailing schooner. Herrmann J. Meyer 184 William .t., .on..IUe, ,E.F. to cry out in her deep and Iwastn*"
AND require fastening down, and b not liable to get.out Joseph Orler,270 tons A.ROGERS, Com'r. New York y we should not raise her. Now she a en-
ox will ply regularly between the well selected assortment of tirely
ports..Ageut ,
METALLIC DAMPENED In New York, THE UNITED STATES ILLUSTRATED, DRUGS Having previously used various other
subscribers d CHEMICALS
having made
eittnuire and Superseding the use of the Brush Wet Cloth. JOSEPH RICE EAST,No. 1, Containing accurate views medicines in I 1areI1
Water worm
improvements in their establishwent and j descriptive jusfrereived late arrivals my family, can
Blotting Paper (saving all the time and trou- by ,warranted fresh and
Agents in J Jacksonville articles of-the President's *'
are now to furnish recommend BARDOTTS'S Daon prif
prepared as
ble incident their Also
to use ) with it genuine. ,
; a perfect House in COMBS,
Steam Engines of any required power, from may always bo secured with any press. copy Agent in'Palatka B1SBEE,&. CANQVA. Fallsj Barhyydt's Washington Lake ; Niagara BRUSHES, JPERFUlIERY, BURMtfb able to all other remedies ,far, the eft.*
to -
"ne one hundred Tiowo near Sara- "
Saw Mill; 'fiBf; Tho undersigned are the Bile and exclusive U,. K. DUKE. toga and the Bunker Hill Monu FLUID;*'&o. & ., which wiibe' sold low for tual eradication of worms.' .

Sugar Mills; *fa ". Agents fur Georgia and Florida for the above articles All goods directed to their care will be promptly men I.. : cash. WILLIAM STANTON,
Hor o Powers; and have made arrangements by which forwarded. WEST, No. 1,,Lake IUwska, (sources of-tho Mississippi Country orders solicited and punctually attended -, 42 Water Street, WcA1iys
Grift ) they are enabled to dispose of them at the inanu- September 4th 1852. 23-tf ,) Falls of St, Physician' prescriptions put up with
Mills and. all other machinery used in 4_.&t..."..'...... Anthony, (.two care and despatch. I
-t'' -' .
this country. plates,) and San Francisco. --

Iron and Brass Carting. American and Englinh Copying, Writing, NOTICE.No PIUCE,fifty cents per iiumber. 'SODA- WATER ..AND SYRUPS, ,. :ready roaii..

,' Short Steam Boat. Saw. Mill,aud other repairing at of the best Carmine and Red Ink*, COLORED PERSON will hereafter be Each subscriber to East and West receives a of my own manufacture, in their highest state of
notice. quality constantly hand. Also allowed to travel on any of the boats run- magnificent plate "the Battle of Bunker HW," perfection, in thei. Bean b bad at the
(O-A11 Machinery purchased from w will be Marking Ink by the gallon or barrel. ning between Savannah and this port unless accompanied after Trumbull, as a premium.- counter. _
put in operation io 'a01 of the They hare also made large additions to their
State their
-"competent.machinistswhen by stock of Writing Papers of every description- by master or owner, or having a MYBR'S' ,lIIV nSVU.V TEAS ,
desired and Upon special ticket to be retained by the Captain of -- .
s reasonable terms. Liberal discounts made when sold l.II.;,
in quantitiesof the steamers and to be endorsed if required by Agent for the New York're\in Tea Company.
;;; 1. ;; 'Drawing and. estimates furnished without five reams and upwards. some well known person. Parties interested will No., Containing. theiViews; and' Descriptions- o Tea of direct importation, and of .

"1- .4barge., Mathematical Instruments Surveyors' 'Compasses please tako notice, 01 this rule will be strictly en Columbia Badge, 'Saiqnehanna rieties,from 4 to lIb a package tbart1o T -
f j MOONEY & GOOKIN, Chains Drafting Materials!, &c. &e. forced. Scenery the San Jnau.'Nicara and at extremely ces. *- :

. Foundert and Jlllchinf.t,. in They all the have various facilities furueeQtio. Bookbinding CLAGhORN &CUNNINGHAM, gus; Luxemburg, near .Vienna; COUNTRY DEALERS BTOKJSRraO -
styles and of spped ffT
.-.3aeksonville March 1. 13. 'TO-ly Books ruled |o.any pattern in making which np they Blank pot S. M. LAFFITEAU. and Valley Goecktu: ; .near. Con ACCOaiAaLD.WI-rij

-. fJlHE UNDERSIGNED keeps the best of stock. ,AUo Card/Circular r, Label Agents at Savannah.' stantinople. Oardan fc Flower,Seeds. ;Plants &c
const.i.tly and F. WAVER & PEICK, twe
co. cents
full Fane11JrioUnl. ty-flvo per"Bnmberv
a supply of F.' >u r.Y (.fl 1. T
flIES.AMD PBUVliUOV.MBstlnf! Foreign Books imported at New York prices BISHEE & CA. IVA..J Each subscriber to'volume It're evesQ his '.1 ..
** fGo.hen partly JOHN M. COOPEK&Co. A"entit. Jacksonville. tOrioall'ictnre. tho Makl, -
Butters Cheese Lard, flaw' of Saragossa,as a
pro -
f Bacon Sides and Shoulders. Flour. -Savannah Feb. lOth: une,23..18.'S3. J17o mium with the last uomber.r ..- Dr., Upham's. Vegetable -
1 jy-l-l < .
cugar or all kinds Ccffee, Tca,-Soda,flutter -- -> -
,,Sugar Boston COOPMAN'S: Baking -Establishment. 0 -Pile
an4 Cracker Pilot -
Bread Electuary.
,J .
>Ilseseral Herring Codflsh. Syrap ilolas. ,' II ENB.Y COOPMAN continues to 'supply JOSEPH'V.. itAND EDRAPER&TAILoR,, JOSEPH.,GUIDE. ". *a .
, -.. .B.an" Potatoes Tobacco ?p. SegarJ Snuff.. the people Jacksonville with; '- General. .Commission Merchant' A certain Cure forVllei.eUber luternal
: 'i" ALso GOODIJILEAD, ;, ; .o r,C*t rn It Blceiliuff,or Blind.LSpforalUnfiammatoryTJisease8.'aJeettoni.>
Pmcrrea Pranes JACKSONVILLE.
Sardines; E. F. STRICT and
prompt attention .
His given to the sale
.. Cogaae Inindy Peach store is situated on Bay-rtreet; 2 doors of the Skin and
do., Scotch Whisky V, HERNANDEZ returns thanks all articles of produce entrusted '* Impurities of the Blood, '- -
., :. *> from tbe old corner of Wm., Alsop (at JOSEPh to.his care, arising fromairysonre.,
5ffhlfWWikeW Holl&ndGiD ila- present friends alTd and all Prepared and sold only
T r F. Waver the public generally, for or4era promptly Complied wilhi..- : wdi
".t.dira WIn Cherry do., Port do.,Claret do.,. BllEAD &Co'.) where can bo had at all times the liberal patronage he has received, and hopes, .apI2tk.tf b? the original proprietor,at bis ,Medical Offioe- : te nr&g! Yeast P

:'. .: ,: A'. J' thiwpag., Abeyuthe 94'YscrlptIQn. PJJST4Y- 4t hfe'ry.de. : by strict attention to business to merit continuance .: : -- I96.Bowery'j-New York 'and'.by his'agents
a .
,. -
ALSO i ot/.the.ame., States; Th has .Tn'is'Powder'ls: admJraUa! 1\ \ .
.. -- Hariug'JOlt. received fine I tb1lboIHh..UDf&
.. AiIIi..DrY Good. Shoet1 Blanket,tie: : to Persons from the country will find H'cooveniont i assortment of Goods,consisting of blue and black nOLLNEn'POTTEn., i 11 handwritin celu., for YiAst, ;rn'mak&.g; tBT 4$4ll
$Which I 0" for ClUb i fupply themselves with these articles;fresh at CLOTHS : I
dae treonntryr.roT. hu counter. ,.Privata.&unilie I different qualities black and colored General ,aoii1otoiiaita Forae 'PO'flC4RY lLL kinds,:.or' Batter CakeaT arid."bI.\J.
.w ,
supplied CASHMERES !
Jyl4 CE.. in town aajrerefofore.Parties .. r I i ;VRMTINGS, LINliNSan4 lMULLS->for .ll ITrpiit IUreet Corner,Miua.n Lane tantage over;Yeast, in,makin :rttetJ'
patterns.TRIM- lVp 8**l.r.. w' ,
rants ,
partry.furolshedjVcaii Tprli, -v. ind.re Jbr
,. .
.f.ll f > perCeoUi-1Jgtit
&e/to.direct from''hel'Jortb Ito ii WILL In J .
Jfew.Grocery ana Provision St re. times be acoommodate4 with. prepared attend promptly to all baslnew entrusted i'Dittit: .,
,promptnuand on: to.-execute all 'work entrusted to his to their Cour idJt&n&: itmixe4. 'Baek1rheat'aD1A..other .
'"4&x .. reasonable J take thil terms., :: : -S ;1' : : I with.'despatch,.and in A workmanlike manner care. sale ft.Cottoa ears,1,.Partfcttjar.LumberiTlmber attention given tot the .. ,Flo /1t1:3Qt '18 3:c t'v ,Cak. whe:,mad.1riU1 i
HE tmciel'llpeeln'ltlulJ1'! tnforas the fit-i oferprss1nff m tnanu He invite* all to give him a call, on.Newnan ... also to the &i Turpentine --A ttnelu eaf.t ; Jri
.-. -lien of for A. liberal erlden ea ot ODoollrago14el1fJ\'hlob 'f good, : ; .i .. : I : '._t'ue 1ibl1..&o.4i; I" d.
JackonviU and 24 'door from Dr. Maaraaoementa nODl& "
Byron's 'J1Pr '
rioiiiitthat ,be new building. ,'Liberal "" .eo( .c "
_.u.ubswitocknf. :. J hat' MW ad1.roccnd.( and,. wbile,resptctttzI1y the public that.Jfls price shall be moderate assuring February 19 made on eonalgnmenti. -' '.- '. -.:.1 .. -- .11m. 1Iot' .".. stomach than,.thosei: 8 ). t.

***FAMILY'GROCEU1ES & PJlOVISfONS In asking continuance 01 the whichi same reel warranted airgsrojents. warranted to'fit._ and,. ;1Srl1.::t. xte 4-, : -, Johft.Jt. T.la-'i-rDtOD." .. : 1. .Jahh,1oo.. .and ultequreebntfew IaiAMis' '

t&tn ill. JtortKfarracrljr bc.apii-a.by:.,,js, ,I ansnrpassedln claiming for all the the bread essentials which I offer qualities 1 ,N. B-" Cutting. anarepalr1ng.. at the shortutnoUte. ', ;: ;: : : .' IE'derend&b'aDd il' 1'O&Mrt'Jateret&ed.':" Jt.'p. : ,' ;prepare for baking, the\ osathiht-0 -
go to make J.ll:0UlIiBS'I. :Jl.t.Jth .
? IVILtUM. the staff 01'life palatable '" \.io.I ltb.aot.iG d of th. toltlt1lUOQ' ot the oaring.them 100*ia enj
tWO...T "articl. Jecel ary for family Use 1 will pureand wboJ.some. r I .. above aui'-,b7&ttabitand &o't :for&iuairtt slaMS"Tfw po -.*
can eontlmte k
eel the,best 4ollr..whleh.Itbpersonal 'T, .JI.lI"JNG 'lW'eont.lJ1ue. lOWlu8ul : &pp..nd !

-iba dlllafit..taUlro..pvcbue"ob1n,4on reasonable Urmi, and' for' cash,: me In uperlenee! itt the art of Bakiur,justifies S.,, ,ezeeuUd al the Republican,.Office tobo:and peatly the IO-1j ', Jrcl N&You..ot Y.14' finie lead to crihed the-denlsi.nywj"1la"-/'i \ >, therelItwithia. 1 the.,. f .- .&..,.: ; BSfeXDW( 't 11 .

u1t17' uc:3p promislngmyenstomers Good Bread, &o. orders'of our friandj la that line .la.supestMiy Oaksnd, other uthet "- "; \ t-- ifl wr
J. 11. -\aOHT.YOUNGBtoon. % A% *l* e
: rei r
m&rcb2-tf : !
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.JlE. 'fRr. COOPMAN/ soUsitid.s Ttb IJuoe J a.i4 t.orders for pucbj.doP4L ft '
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