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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 29, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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-.
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F rLBBIBA L I E P H B 1 I C fl. Court offlhshops..drh.- Conclusion. he declares that ibis act was only done onr The Crystal 'Pala e. >T .... .. .eYe.. "f

MUSTANG 'LINIMENT." The Court of Bishops met again Friday der.legal advice,. and in firm conviction of ,. .. 5- -_ _
its correctness.- S-' TheCrystalpatatjij gains, week, by : "M ryw, said Otonrt,"next rammer f wHP
this paper trill raUlnto the bands of many JACKSONVILLE: morning (the 16th inst., in Camden, pursuantto Some time after week its matters of' .turio '
have
his interest
AS not in the habit recovery from thE or ity. not a garden. ,Out pretty free"a djfnc i
art reading advertisements
'in newspapers and especially those relating adjournment on Tuesday previous. illness1 above alluded to, but while he" was The Freshel apparatus for light houses is a and I won t Jove another free aa long as't.

to Patent Medicine, we deem it a duty to Thursday September, 1853. Prayer was offered by Bishop Green. tn in the midst of bis perplexities, smart3ing splendid object by night \vhen illoroiiiatwl live. I will have a fun next tiunauv ta&

inform inch persons and also those who have not On the Court binder h15 'heayy disPIointments and and revolving, as it will now be e seen 'dur that will stay.!! winter." 'fIo, < '
Tueslay appointed ,
already learned observation tho tact that from the Mexican their own experi- Correspondence. of th Republican.. of seven Bishops, to confer with a comnittee the- wounded by the I.mpu which in mug what,one of: our city contemporariescalls "George,don't you remember my beautiful
snot and Mustang some .hVwas the: 'teYenu ; session." We under t.It died in.the middle! IQ'mer '
quarters Letter qiths.
sUbjPcted"the .
Presenting and canary -
Liniment is really truly and, intrinsically, the NEW YftRK, 14 1833. Responding Bishops} to as-
stand
that there bat
is other
best remedy ever before offered to the afflicted The Spt. certain whether-they could not of the three Bishops came to him. He" has one specimen and we pljnted ,btlfht flbweri'in:tber
far rheumatism neuralgia stiffness or soreness "Aroio' Democracy of the great some plan for dismissing the agree upon no disposition 'to ascribe to them any other of the ktld'IQ the United, SiaUs,-that on ground where we buried it. My bin! .6ft'

joints, muscles or tendons. For'cuts, braises, State of, New York, assembled in State presentmentTbe than just and proper' motives in thus ad. IbeTIorida coast. not lite an long as die free. -,- .
barns, or scalds,eor nipples, caked breasts &e., Convention at the city oi following paper was submitted to tbe dressing him. But at the time when h. received -: w The Power's statues have been turned ,."WelfTdontsee'ase.can 'tsanf
Syracuse yesterday Court
is and have the
it unrivalled excellence we proved by Presenting Bshops: the communication, he viewed it with their backs to the public, and present thing. Dear litUe brother died "r r .UW'.,
it to be a certain remedy for the piles. We can, morning, for the of
therefore confidently recommend it, and advise '* purpose nominating The Presenting Bishops having been informed otherwise ; and,under t excitement\ a'whimsically awkward:appearance,' very bird and I loved him better than any.bird/
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every reader to try it, feeling a certainty of giving a ticket to be supported by the party at the by a Committee of the Court, that a of tile, moment penned a part of poorly compensated for by the"little!,better or tree, or Rowe ,Oh,I. wish that we cndUf!

satisfaction by giving relief. November eleeti ij. Great Interest was proposal is now under consideration to dismiss whi h' he doe!not now'justify,. and VxpresBionfcjn light thrown upon them have something. to tote that'wouldn't dieL'torge jf'

Nxw YOKE July 31, 1852. manifested. 'in ibejesult of the Jelibantions the presentment, ap\in the several .which, in regardtaiboaeJireth.ren The Mineralogieal depart ne tJs.: getting'In ft"The;(lay p' rlng'! ._hooI.ta l
thai -. ., -. of the said .. drUer/an d wi tll! Ihfa'weeki, and almost .
We hereby certify we haw nsed the oompoofld gron sated ina-re0rt cor.mitee. he deeply regrets. ..s' : opened Mary had forgotten thai
known the Mustang Liniment,and have of this body, from ihe fact that the harmony I chief of which is, a certain acknowledgment In reference to his indebtedness, be .wrene."S {The Machinery lags' There is 'a great (their tree, was. dying, but atthey'drewthtir .tveninr.,a-

no hesitation have in recommending it u tbe best article which had BO lung existed in the ranks of I on the part of the respon- the declaration of intention, which deal l of it already on exhibition, but a great chain* to;: thabW'wir.tielr l .. ,
for the
galls we cuts braises ever,used&e., on horses.cure of sprains tbe untetr.fied had recently departedandstrong dent, do represent to the Court that the e he has constantly r1ad and has acted on deal more awaiting tbe dilatoriness of the mother'was sitting'K began to ?'arwt.

Ad! who doubt'this, will please call on the undersigned hopes were entertained by the Administration elusive right of withdra wing the presentment to the utmost of thus far to devote exhibitors persons charged with the duty range the,seeds they had keen gathering, tk..
and they will be happy to afford all Is with the presenting Bishops ; that the ony his means, efforts and influence, in dependence of putting it in order. This is unconscionable. remembrance of the tree .tame, opoa them;"

other information in <.heir power as regards its at Washington and its friends l legal mode of disposing of these chargesby upon God's blessing, to the payment Exhibitors who secure space, 'and "Mother,*' said .Mary, "Jo ( !y''gi1. .

efficacy, &c.Proprietors LUTZ Manhattan DAL.L Stage& Co.Co. throughout the Union that "oil woul be the Court, is to try them by the evidence; principal and.interest of every just occupy it for weeks with piles of rusty these.s ed* consin, John. ?<'i ,.never wiuf.;*:

poured upon the troubled waters" at this that the Presentors stand ready with theirevidence demand against expectation of iron, or delay occupying it at all until the another garden 5 '

Extract from a letter dated Convention of the and that hereafterall to enter on the trial, which they which there is reasonable hope of having exhibition has been opened two or three hY ." added George, poshing the paperin

SACRAXEXTO CitrCal.., Aug. 15, 1832. party, feel themselves bound.to. ask ; that the fllfled. since. a committee of the trustee* months, abuse not only the Association but which he
I believe the Mustang Liniment most an excellent would be "calm a summer's morn." Crt! will call on the respondent to pleadfuj'ty.iOr frends of by whom the public. wards his mother, "yon may give .them:ali

article. My wife brought couple of bot What a pity that all their fond anticipationsshould .not ,guilty to the presentment. both BurlnKtOColege on, have Prominent in the machine arcade, are the away. If I chuld find some seeds of s'tm-er'

Since tle.wfotk the her came, which here, I my must horse thank fell down you with for. be blasted at once,'and all prospects With this statement of the legal position of undertaken art enterprise which is nearly various patterns of Centrifugal Pumps, one that would never fade, I shook} like thtnftr**

.. the presentors as representing the Exe Uve of which makes the admirable fountain have a llanJenyonder;ntoftitr, if thtrif
,a! injured me considerably but broke no of reconciliation forever completed, to discharge the whole of the : .
feeses. I had recourse to*the Liniment, and the a departed But of the Church in this case the undersigned mortgage and thus secure the 'propertyat which sometimes plays for a few minutes, ever xvas such a garden ?* ." .'-,'. ,
relief, in fact the cure, was astonishing. thus it is-the Democracy is composed of are prepared to abide by such action as the debt St. Mary's' with that in the aisle leading to the machinery ; (admirable "Yes George' have read of a, garde*':

(Signed) > D. KAMSOM. too many discordant elements to admit of a Court may take in the premises. of Burlington College, to the Hal forever, in power and capacity only we beg where the trees never die." '. '

Extract froiu'. a letter datedPISTTSBOKO further harmonious working in the traces. Signed, WM. iIADE for the purposes of Christian education.And to be understood. It might and should have "A real garden, mother 1" "*"*' '"

Pa., Oct. 5, 18.)2. ClIAS. this done, the trustees have further been> as beautiful ash it is cplosaj'in volume.) "Yes, my son.' In tbe middle! of tfiv,'g r> ,

Another cirncmatance which 1 noticed in Ohio The Convention at Syracuse yesterday GE.BURGESS. agreed to appropriate dur.ng his life the There Is no means of setting water in motion den, I have been, told, there ,ra",,&: parr

a few days Mustang.I thought spoke.. highly of the was composed of about an equal number of After reading the foregoing report, the surplus income of ,both institutions to the artificially, among the innumerable river of water. clear as a, crystaj and oar--
virtues of the being in the office ofa from the pump family, to be compared to this. The each side of the river is the tret of lift--'-
physician of high standing I noticed as be delegates two wings of the party I committee of seven submitted the following liquidation of all his other debts, in carrying
his and resolutions the said institutions. larger sizes, such as that used for the fountain a tree that never fades. That garden i.
opened the door of >book-case several bottles in this State. The or Dickinson.antiStateandNationaladministrationparty I report as a basis of settle on .
Mustang, along side or which was an empty "llard" i ment : That in the course of all these transactions disgorge at the rate of about two bar- Heaven. Tbeie yon may love; and .lovr

Mustang bottle;and a two ounce presceiption VIal i I The committee appointed to confer with : human infirmity'may have led him into rels of water per second, and are incapableof forever. Tjiere will be ho'death-no ;Jad

the filled following with Mustang directions Liniment." Hub the on throat which well was were ably represented by lions. Mike Walsh, the Presenting Bishops and to ihany errors he deeply feels. He does being choked or disordered by any kind ing there. Let your .riasur. be in Ibv" treef
James Maurice and John Respondent of rubbish, throw out sand and even stones, of life, and will have something to
night and morning with the Liniment. and wrap Wheeler members ascertain whether they not wish to justify or excuse them. yon
a woolen cloth around it." J. P. FLEMING. of Congress elect-also by the wily understanding which shall be mutually satisfactory scandal to the Church and injury ,(Q I without tbe least discomposure., which your hearts can elinl'witbout.lt&f"and ,
B.II.Meekiugs,189 Walnut-street Cincinnati Dick's remarkable machines-not yet old without disappointment. Love lhr,
and also ot Christ have arisen from them
fully answer the.purpose cause theyare
Med Croswell
was confined to his bed and under treatment of aphysician of the Albany Argus and enough to lose altogether a title to novelty; Saviour here and be will prepare.yoor-; '- to
of justice, beg leave to report that consultation occasion to him of mortification and re
some six weeks,with neuralgia of the upon
Judge Rogersof Buffalo. The "fib/fo" area : with the For these in and are among the most attractive objects to .J\velllD those green pasture 'and. } ,.btadv
whole of his right side, leg, arm and face; his Presenting Bishops they gret. things al humility
sufferings were indescribable, and the only cessation faction composed of those members of the found that no understanding be coine sorrow, before God and be has alwaysfelt visitors; in particular the great boiler shears, those still waters." .s.J:

from the most agonizing pain, wasSVhileunder party who supported Martin Van Buren for i to of the sort contemplated cul thf order of himself liable to, and willing to receive, slicing up half inch iron plates, as if they A **
the influence of opinm or morphine. His were silk ribbons. The peculiarity,consists Earthquake at Bllaxl
doctor finally advised him to try the Mustang President[ in '48, and such members of tbe tbe Conrt the Presenting Bishops feeling the friendly reproofs of his brethren in Christ in a highly scientific as well as i ingenious .
Liniment; be did so, and in two days was able to unable to withdraw their pre- Jesus, and especially the Bishops of the At about S o'clock on' Sunday evemnjV
Cass
party as are willing to fraternize with : arrangement for realizing concentrated
go about his business perfectly cured. sentment under any such acknowledgementof Church. G. W. DOAME, without the loss power says tbe New Orleans Delia of the 13th .

A VOICE FROM TIlE SOTTTH. these abolition bolters. The "Softs'1 also. error as the Respondent would be willing I Bishop of New Jersey. from other contrivances large by for friction"resulting the violent shock of an earthquake was felt a*

The Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used send some of their strongest men to Syracuse to make. The committee thEn conferred Therefore, ordered, That the presentment same purpose Biloxi. It came rolling and rumbling 00
of which the connection of different
in family, and on my plantation, for a great with the who before this be dismissed and
my -such John Van Euren, John Coch-i Respondent, expressed him. court the respondent from the East hakingr' trees, homes an& '
sized whtels is
variety of diseases requiring an external application the most available and
self quite ready to acknowledge be had be discharged without delay. The
a.olh&l never failed to give immediate relief ran, Preston King, and J: B. Skinner- : as usual. The compactness and cheapness of ; every thing else which apptned.'to, bt ill
done some in committee likewise recommend
and effect a permanent cure. I have cured already to extent open Court, the'adoptionof the render it and i the vicinity of iU subterranean course- and/
several cases of rheumatism that had resisted the backed by Gov. Marcy and Gov. Seymour, such error as his conscience accused him of, the following orders. arrangement convenient, applicable at the same time communicated 'a, violent _

skill of our best physicians. It has cured ring- and the entire Federal and State patronage.The tbe result of which' conference was the pa- First. That po order or decree of the peculiarly for every imaginableuse palpitation to thettearts: of "elderly ladier .
worms by a ttinglo application; chilblains in a per embodied in the preamble and orders court in October, 1852, or of this court,'shall from a cheese press to 'a n.achine for : 4
of of both It to have' beer*
the sexes.
few days; toothache immediately; front bites very opening Convention\ was moving mountains. 'apjieara
now submitted the basis of a settlement be taken to admit the right of dioceseto of
few a any violent Biloxi other
cuts, sores and corns by a applications; nervous the for the more at than.at any
signal commencement of hos-
headache cured entirely. In fact I have of. this vexed and painful question. come between a Court of Bishops and HEALTH or NATCIIEZ, Miss.-During the the Lake shore watering places. Doors flew

used it for almost everything, and It has always tilities. Two Chairmen were declared to T. C. Brownell. Stephen Elliott. the respondent Bishop, after Canonical pre 1st inst., there were 24 yellow fever deaths, j open and trembled as, i it shaken, by. some
cured. I consider it the best medicine 1 have and both Jas. A. Otis. G. W. Freeman. sentment first made by three Bishops.
be elected
ever used WM. JOHNSON, ,ascended the platform, and it was supposed the disease was {spiritual agency ; plates and platters danced
of the Marshall House. Leomdas Polk. John Williams. Second. That this court believe tbe Pre- A letter tile f in their ClJ 1oMJ. and bottles and rdccmox
Proprietor each claiming to be the regular and legit. slightly abating. from, town j jsays )
.
I Jonathan N. to have acted in faith and in .
senters
Wainwright. good a ters leiipeil from their hiding places and
:
&V4NN..Hlune 21, lS52 '
mate officer. But this would not:
A. K. Moore, tti One of the editors and presiding Whereat Very serious embarrassments desire and determination "carry out the There are not'' four' hundred 'people' in waltzedahnnl tbe liming occasionally knock'
of tbo &vaun&b.' (Gar) ,flepu1i aa proprietors ," duo Art adjournment was Immediately ef i ba,e been ,, in the way of the action laws of the church, in such case made and town, including men "wonieiv'children and i ing against each other amrmiiiglmg,1: with'.

10 (hat PlIM'ol' ofth 2oth December l .'says: ''ected'a l d yells, groans, and pugnacious of this Court, first by the postponment of 'pro'vided, in the; painful duty which the'vfel negroes. Tbe stores are all closed, and .out stint! their spirituous conteuts.Som, *

"Oar Personal experience enables us to recom- displays. The 'Softs' having the bullies the trial of the original Presentment, and afterwards themselves called upon top rforl. everyone who could get'away has gone to houses, even, rocl e.l so ihut/it wa* feared
taurml the Mexican Mustang Liniment to thelpubh court deliberated upon the motion to I 'that would tumble over' anti no doubl
by the decree and ,orders of the Washington about six miles back of the they
with S Mu confidence a sprained as ankle we ,have which felt the received goodtffetirj mostly on their side-consequently havingthe ouitof Bishops which assembled at Cam- dismiss until 4 o'clock, when a vote was town, and only two of the aldermen to be they would have dune 50.h;\" not the underground *

great bcmXt from one application, and has been greatest physical strength, the "Hards11 : tieii in October 1852, and continued its taken, and the presentment was unanimousy found. A person can walk the main street railroad train passed on so sudJenly .

eared by occasionally using it for a week. concluded to set up for themselvesandwith session by adjournment at Burlington, to dltmis8ed, The Court then adjourned of the city, in the middle of the day, and I that the danger was over almost be fOra"
Mr.J. F.Marr-ay, of the firm Murphy Gait sine dze.rdYal. We await further'
wit not meet twd human beings. Such stampede it was known to exist.
& this view assembled at the Globe Hall :
Ce of ibis <**y. Bays that by.the use of the .
tIwtang Liniment be Las received more benefit elected permanent officers-all of their own Whereupon, it was decreed that, whereas .\ of the Steamer Georgia at Nor was never before known. details. "V.
thai from any other remedy he has used and previous to the making of the Presentmentnow folk- Terrible Hurricane. Biloxi is situated upon Lake otgneq
bow Facts feels better than he has for the last six years. aith-and proceeded to transact the busi- before this Court, the Convention of THE LATE CASKS or YELLOW Rygmt IK which.mptiea into the, Golf of icotT

speak,-Daltou for themselves Times. Feb.comment 10. are unnecessary ness which had brought them together. Ac- New Jersey had investigated most of the The steamer Georgia, Capt. Budd, from PHILADELPHL&-Tbe September number of short dislance from the month of, the-Mis'

tllnaat lm.-Tbil is to certify that my wife cordingly they nominated a'State matter contained therein, and had deter- New York, bound to Navy Bay, with three the Medical Examiner has an official account "
ticket-al hundred arrived here in distresson of tbe fever sissippi and let ween that point and Penaa.. .
was afflicted with severe chronic rheumatism the candidates which.are of the "unmiti mined that there was uo ground for Present. passengers, yellow cases brought to ,
NIe had suffered for months with the mest cxCraciating on ment ; therefore Saturdayevening, having encountered Philadelphia by the bark Mandarin from cola. .. V \
pains-she had tried rheumatic compound gated adamantine11 stripe-passed resolutions "Ordered, That as to the matters thus. terrible hurricane off Cape Hatteras on Wed Cienfuegos. It appears the first case hap "V' .' ; '.

*,for reliefs this and dreadful almost disease.everything None of recommended them- sustaining the compromise in all its parts- acted upon by said Convention, the Courtis nesday last, which none on board thoughtthe pened on, the 19th of July, six days after the Later from KUxteoff. -

relieved her pains la the least. She wed one fifty i appointed a State committee of their own- not called upon to proceed further." steamer could survive. We are indebted arrival of the bark and up to life' 20th. of NEW ORLEIW, Sept li.-t'hg :sttamef
cent bottle of Mustang Liniment and it cured I addressed Which decree and orders have been to.one of her passengers for the following August, when tbe disease disappeared:thirty Texas with the California i has arrived
her entirely. She -i.now perfectly well, and recommended were ablj and eloquently by pleaded in bar to the trial of the present thrilling account of the storm : victims had died. On the authority Professor -' mailSj
all of her friend to use the Mustang Gen. Clark, and Gov.' Millard of Indiana The Georgia left New 'York on the 5thinst.mantl S. Jackson and others, the disease is She brings dates from ihef eity'of M :iediu _.
Liniment JAS. L. OLIV ER. Presentment.And Sep lth and from VeriCru .of- the Stb.*
Savannah. Jan. 1,1832.AK (who denounced the administration for appointing whereas the Convention of the Diocese had pleasant weather until Wednesday pronounced to have been tbe real .yellow The Mexican; Government making, vl> '

Free.Soilers to prominent offices)- of New Jersey has, through a committee i 7th' about 10 A. M., on which uay fever. It was however, confined to.an area effort and several '
ECHO PROM THE WEST.Mrs. gorous to stop robberies
of its most influential and honorable 1 a severe storm suddenly arose, and continued of not more than 600 yards in length by *
B.. of St Louis was nursing a lauJed Ex-Senator Dickinson-cheered and culprits.had been executed* ,l
young
iTntil I P. M. when i abated somewhat. 200in breadth
laymen, satisfied Itself that whatever i i'i'a neighborhood by no *
e'aild! one nipple became very sore,and the breast may Mar troop had bee-n sent to the frqntierf,/
hurrahed and adjourned sine die. During this time the steamer behaved tolerably means densely populated but'filthy and .
;
inflamed and caked bard. A few applications of have been the imprudencies in word and act 1 ihebidians. V : T' \
the Mustang Liniment healed the nir.ple. removed TheSofts'1 are yet in session and wi of the respondent, there was no intention of i well. The storm, ,which' ,was. from S. damp, badly drainedand subject to overflows ostensibly Santa Anna to nfel.continues his hirbbanded"n1eaaures'
the hardness and the E" having continued abate for ,pernapsan from the Delaware.
nominate a ticket of their own. the interesting crime or immorality on his part. t on the slightesi V
breaxt. and the bad no further trouble with it. S hour changed into a perfect ueclning'persons
Numerous easesof this description have to will be of And, whereas the Diocese of the respondent -i suddenly and ,withoat warning:1 It wM4believedjli '
come spectacle presented a hurricane wind and ruin from N. E., attended FATAL CAMPHENE ACCIDENT. On the 7th suspicion-! '
cur knowledge and it U effectual. is now,engaged in raising 135.000 for '
.
always fol-
another revolution woujd
"house divided, against itself1- state of boisterous sea'as,perhapswas instant, in Mooratown, N.- J., 'a &V .
Mrs. Ixmis by as young
Hughes of St. bad a very severe : the release of all embarrassment of St.Alary's : law hi and tyrannical course.,: ,
attack inflammatory rheumatism in her shoulders enjoying ever witnessed.The married laity, named Mrs. Stroud wife of- !* arbitrary
affairs which the Whigs are not a Hall, Burlington College and River. ,beta ,
arms, and back. After the Dr. Stroud and eldest of Mr, Udsden'U. 3* Minister. bad
suffering most ship then ceased to be under the control daughter ,Mr. ,
fur little. But the war will not end here ; nor Side, the surplus incom of which property, well received .\
excruciating pain. some ten days,without obtaining of her machinery, and the water rushing Joshua Fletcher, one of tbe 'proprietors' :: ,
any relief from her physicians, the was be confined to the limits of this Slate. The when thus released is to be'annualy applied -.' into her in the course, of a the Philadelphia &tnrwa dreadfully burned > V Passengers byUei.leia*. fe"that.Sa .)-
induced to try the Mustang Liniment. Two fifty to the liquidation remainingdebts engine rooms, ,
cent bottles effected a perfect cure. same feeling which actuates the "Hards" of the few hours entirely extinguished :her; ,fires in consequence of tbe'explosiori! of .a 'cam- Ajied alreadjrai.sed an armpf 0d,00da'
The Mustang Liniment is put in 25c, SOc I respondent. and her I ( hiachinery phene lamp'which shewas, holding irt her of the finest troops ever kuown ia Mexico"
up here in making war on the national ort" And whereas, the respondent comes into 'submerged, a large, portion pf : '
andfcl bottles Tbe SOc bottles contain as much J0f the'400 souls board not one band. Shediedon the l4lh instant; after a, audit wasTelie, h&IIa4 'beeo .larjely, .
on .
"three of the 2'e bottles. The $1 bottles con- administration is observable in various sections Court and says,: kssiiledby Spanish s&bjrttSi "' virUV:
'of intense : ,
week
suffering .
Isle as much as eight of the 25c bottles. The $1 I The undersigned, prosecuting his plansof seemed tphave'the' faintest hope'of escapinga i .i : __ _rV. ..
bottle bold one Pint,they are cheapest.A. of the Union, notwithstanding the efforts education, in connection with watery grave,: The"j>urr'ipa having fail?'<$ ,. 7. .Jla.iae.EJMU', '; ..
G. BRAGG Co.; sole proprietors of the that are being, made to smother the St..Chrisian and Burlington College, to perform theiroffice.wmdla'pses& and.cask? THE Corrds' CROP.-Frooi all 1Jaru'of: ,.' vye: }'

Mexican*M Mtutanr Liniment Principal offices flame. will but gather strength from the found.Mary's tbat Hal of the enterprise were put i in r requisition,and I hands !labored Mississippi Alabama, there i in a general' V ttottJ!Iindi Sfpu 15."Reltf fit* flinety;
Broadway, N./V./ ,aDd corner Third and Mar I expenses
ket streets,, t5,.. .Louis Mo. partial suppression of t J'f utterance segments \ -. greatly exceeded his calculations, while the inceiantly: : Iree the ship to'S'.P. ,I'4. concurrence' ofaccounts,' of the great calamity four towns Cr05b1f'wbig"fot "JOy.erDor. .
OLIVER T. BK.AGG (f assistance i on'which he had confidently ,Thursday night, 'whien the violence of the 'to the" iotton crop, (a few wee'ks'ago' eo 38 Ctioj l, PIUtbut'f (Jemii2515OO )

Gtaeral Agent for tbe South av'rs lo "the powers that be, and if relied, perhaps too sanguinely, fell altogether sea had. sfficientIy.abated to allow, {the! fires promising) froiil bollworms, 'and the unpropitiOus Morrill!, (ind.-- dem.) 9, od;' Holmfstrreee .

lOt Broadway, N. Y. I mistake not the national Capitol will 'erelong short of wh'at he deemed his- reasonable to be rekindled. For'some hours after the: rainy Mason A Heller''Ishown! sailer,) 1,300. To the-Hnai s $ k'wbisD4ten >-.

fc: McCUEN. iJ oODG OD.& ..BOUSE be the theatre of such an onslaught on' expectations. In this, condition of they] were:unable".to make Jh!'engine ,work, the editor of tbe Masiuippian from, ,a gentleman democrats ttilil independents .:elTalhe Ctedl':
A.M. REED. MORRIS KElL-are appointed orismencedthe""work of who has just traveled over'a )large house fifty-four wbjsau4) sixty Jeis-"-
and
and without .hey.a.an ,
.Mexican the administration as must -eventuate. in a things, being* entirely left alone! ,' } .;
Ageau.for the sale ,of the celebrated and Alabama
balhnVltb.reneweiTvigor; and never .did portion'of'Mississippi ; expresses ocrats and indepeadeiitsardchot'en.'TwtuttWtO'fl3
advanced ,
advices, which': he :
Mustang Liniment Jacksonville. Also for sale and annihilation of the every step '
J>y DrargtsU and'Storekeeper in every village total disruption\ involved liirnthoreand more deeply in pe men labor'harder-a more heroic set cannotbe theconfident. Opinion that the'crop: .. ,.reintsiiti'bt- ." b. ir.HrttIU.I' ,; \
11 tbeJoIt.4tt&ks.I '' .. '. once might&anjl,powerful national Democratic embarrassments ;. he admits, that he foundThelast\ prayer. was" fervently cannot exceed 2,500,000. hales. a
march 24HounriT'tf' .It cannot. : be avertcd.r -Thefimidity cuniJr which, at the time, he offered to Him'who controls the'destinies of 'The ipitls''piistngdetiiiybubeWmob ; ,.
OnmkKicTJuiD Pitts, .Uir party. representations : and the.loved at' 'home Tae FISHERT QUESTIoN.-The home CONrespondent ihheJ)'g4rajemi| gofernments T>
whichturqed
of men jfriends ones
believed be but
-
'of President Pierce-Ms ftotorious to many !
JU KEXEDT jDto) A SD corret be and the"eotzkqueiI
FOI OIJ Oa"AT of the Republic Saturday,24th, owing to snort crops
out in to be erroreous. were remembered, and a tear silently droppedto hi
,
S.E.-Mr.NO Eu., Make, Professor'Hoi- imbecility well as that of bis ,Cabinet L o/He was also l d.by hi*ton"cdiifiJent relianceori I itieir"memory:and then ,the horrors oftheir&tuatio'mI says; "I have been informed t,the"Cabinet prevailing} 'high jirfces of graini '-:--f .:

1trr..dite4 April 3rd., 1S5I,, VThat mixurw-SecesbionisUsFree Spilers, '; aid, to make'promisee, which were faced' with the 'calm convened about 11 and 'continued ,'in > '

D HWlowsy's Is-aware' of numerous instances in which and renegade Whigs-are too apparent to, he .anticipated fully expected to pet form, but which experience courage of-despair.. session until 3''o' lock to-Jay. .Tbefishery' 'biter China .irftes 6y the 'f idgd.rt.rfp rt ; .

rs&teIturvIH Ointment and JJ;that have,been1 part of.of the thefafcytaore admit of' a1: quiet'toleration* ,of 'be'ah i has taught himvwere i far too strongly Not.a \Avail,went up. .from that large,as- question-.iJf i understood .to have,been the topicof ihVeontinlfeJ. ,failure, of the l l latiatj.

; &.le regards wounds of < } "xpre8t\ d.* Jfe'.was'also induced, for the temblagc of souls on thevergeof. eternity ; discussion; but, nothing of. imkttance| hefot 'the inMsl-gentL The late.bftht
w>I Htntaoff.'a be could if'pritt which they are'di1pe"pi! g; b'y J lending sake uf.obtairfninoney, to meet' his necessities with no' hope of escape from ,,he. raging has transpired. A messenger reached tbe Empire "is.',c side ed 'an deti blt 8'

rive l..a. rMpeeUble t & purposes ,as beingthe to resort to methods ,by the pay billows 'not a'cheek'was blanched with fear,' city onWednesday, night(torn'Portsmouth, tilled do pAM'tf iMfet'ibereign,of; the flebl I:. .
Mve .
fru>. ..tIYOIM"by, their of n theseez.e. -:No. political executioners of ,men: like ment of exorbitant interest on loans, whichbe but all struggled on with arms nerved for ew.'Hampsbirei: bringing toJhe Jfayy De Cbief. Tb*.JuiJf Vnt
ent-e.".which are justly celebrated. DANIEL SrDic ssd.i,1; JCREMUH .Ctbiuis ,did not suppose a in contravention! the occasion, determined' "yield;.toideath jjartrriehf despatches from Commodore .Ciliubijckv' -, for PeVini!but leW jll bfcqi.eiA tI.r catedpii
world.' alone. And at last crooned bekitldrt The'precise I character'. 'thesej commufalcatiohs dlutionibia brokeai: oat ifl II141IIdof -
seemed success ref
the law and which ]
common
,
Ch1l <
t.hapI 1 tave done use A ... tJ
.
and HunT S. Foore-men to tout R 'f"
i'ho of unknown f
i course ; "
,r.t to him'4o j justify.* Ue Also, ,mu entire confidence Iii ,the course ,of Thursday njgbt IS : Fot.o... V. 4 .t .. 's "
lWa.er";- '-' theWcdui1Tie1l;as theijj'party i service. .in .hMabilRy'toieldaee them, made machinery was got to' workand having! sideri; but it'i is currently;tepprle IXu4- !;, V .f. --. .. '.-.- ':. ,. "M

CIaarnl.s1.a an4 Forwarding nerlDta }ii limes, when every elort was ,needed and use of certain,Trust Fuou'a irr a *'vay- which continued their work of bailingnp to Saturday lieved i iha \'the'Commbdore/eipresses'; heopiisioatha ID&-'Tf.'T. ;J51i".Nti"oa 1Cfth WJsed

aa4w'A>" "'Aw: R. exerted, to save-the' (rom'' being "'torntqfltndeiS he deeply regrets.'and although they have !! morning, theirijafety :was assured,l>.y a is::.G rr t_ q fd .take. General .WstehlrfKfoKwa*ni';Ne'Yorki(.

be31 ,1 and* .,PainU' r6Tisions.Choice Wit.. ** mail' fanatics who Jong beeuperfectly: :\ ecured does.not 'nowlustily4 cessation 'of the'stprm.""During all!;thfs 'time icious'aiija'abtive\' .r fasilres,l6."prevent! a" ynt of.two
u'H tmly-* 1. '".,.Oi.:,Drugs'. S'. ly110. .are v" -_;:u ., not a.. soul on board.'bad-.slept, and not, a. serious clitli 1'1),1J81ge' il per eastern U baJ'a'VCof: false teeth..iI .ertedjy<; **:'

!Nt4T ,' AO, .f, J4" reaping>vlho .r .waatheJ :;Boholy;: 'Tbe'embarsmentbere'; t weie ,meal*'T bad.been' -cooked. ,As:iwe said' beforethy.arried fisb rrMlr and tne iwbjecti of Dai.stationbas QueenVicoria'Jbe'Engfls.h oflhIefrifiWin: /K-.:: -i" .* 'rI.&tbllo"nt
.l jauoYUe : : / .bereon: the afterDoon ofSatqi4ay ':VeWrOfrW| r;; :.
by: being1; t.bigb ofciat followed by; .long andhVeHnipti! } t l. } pciijigwi4ew'; York .nearIratbOdi
d' D :: :: I orl Yours &e.. ness' >bich; vsthdMwnhirn") .ih: ad e' IIt tfi jw ll find, i iz,;ourcityalltWd been kiting('ouric'outttrymen fcom 4- jtroaotej, nd4eniiaf, ., .
Il.e& .e-/ ; th8,1I1nto 'tbat H&e if gallant ..AinerJWuiCommodore :4V ,
q POltinl hlc a'njj _
: s1 (o! .' t. 1' from the businesVwbictf.be, bad 'carried comfort. aJld'j iurles i w ; .' :.
01'alple "
n! "' Jib Y"; }LORD4., une to makethetnamendI fot!'belrse 'haa'extiHssea :"biroWtf "ia'. p, "f
... nstrumenlat,1fl4thei? en can a i.
:1__ j was mainly/ i.tiJl f8 ne
f
'J towe vpn them since they OI :: .u.J R E-rThe:MobileAdvertiser I ioj ,hi( pecuniaryJvaffair;! ',.; "TbpeVpVx3tyVl6ing.rpm.tbi8f8ia ye! J ri, t 's. N.9.rfolk Birf .,',l 'j1ti; prIinsive, ohsfoundedA .Hr.ibtfmaf. o9J q Ji t bi f.l.rretooJllrj..1Jfa1'lC.ll?'

I-t. BMrlt& .1.b.UovaDd otthe 1 4th,instant the following } | ,rw; ;}he '. 'IC' ,; '; '(t' : .'ffr '' udis. ,He.is ,'deritnged at IxteSk'j ,- *,'*** ,
u&
at,havS otAtlyoi ralr.asortmen o1er irifinmtyhichfyHowe4! lime .,ckfneX 1 l, .uD".c&p 1.N. COAST l'i G..J.t. : ,.,,\ '''.f > '
t.. OoSdIcedj ld'Ctl:;.Ih n4tet ,:.easboabJe. excuse for' the geatdartb protracted fe.hira.jliableJq! 'lb.in uc of?tba,11a1 IataTYtraJ bwb } blff R e 'aI': i gar.J. Do..afiOP :. .,% .%"gTAy'. ,', 'lit .
eohtained. ttiVab'pve fna g< I ; '&I be ;the pie-whic'feIE'on! Filday)tfe,9tTi:, ".,.... .. p f''J : '
.t. .N- of jn t ,. mi Ukei>hlch. might easily'9y.rO hv"b..e ,,D,yiediegiti1t 't' tft. it' 0 ": t
elcvryWu0erJ; : & 5; 'mtei 1 P i.- l'.P'p "coe.et 1l lost.,"elng the last or .r.,1f ''It.ncz.tt.'Qrl V Utrztroi/',_J.letUtlr,. T\W '
.;, umber. r 1 : ( o:ci jntentiona1 msr .Iel.t mos\.eeftr \y.alotltbe.-.e. < "" -" 'c-i #" : "'<
41 :
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It 'Vil.A "lehthJ a.U 0 "rf tt accoafiu i ,- b. i.lapdl"lilftih1& 'quaffer tlii( .on 1"irr uIweJ1 &t."M" fa". make at t tIUI\ ,... .1 "'t; ,."",
] U lw..1.1 .1'lf idioriabarris! {preset .Al!most| 1 I, 1i9 / f \.. rgconfirpi ., M ht.r ,riati '_f'Nit of. '
1 ,1
or'.gMr..t .
the a1
tu" lifer$ imi6uve. JV t.bu acthallyco1y)} iropertv.be; set.bms'nrn ,aRJcatiIoJatLciitoWf. ; : .oluanticipatiQA&21 1j4fyiitamnciUiy 1It'I.p-l"r.(. -i1r, "v c". .. : bane .- 14!' .. li.'tI:0; <
: it.ban' ,
,
., said .. _
l'i tt icropwlkb'arc tA .
; ,bit goodtpitm w w'toJi"tofjiii' I the $ S : .{'' J'l-tc & 1 ( '
1 Jii" MA.ttM r iitor 1torkipwhat: : ti""e,n" ; 'wtreH ben.depreCn4fUU1t.tb'Uflde buckihlPUeaytia; ,t. .J '.rJ' I, r..f, E -11:otfr : :irtak5&cne .1'
n& i titf, tie bflilf rjbeiorpc.tI' J >
I : a.be ..-read''lfg tt d. : ? OOOOS.q Tad.1WMa :iFitei kinea makeinefsnutmht' 'c
doubie'inofrnCt31W severe !
; l ,
I. I aclwbicb.be, Ieve to fiu4 giyenr1e'ro1nkmpzeM1olJu4 jtie 1.'i''oI'.1.tfh"ri' .
; eiironly'grvBvt-fpartljf! : 'bl ,it f .f"_ i I a moonligljt thE1iiitC OnIJ'diig' ;
e' .
't' :. ; J1:
tr 8M JJj.f /i Jli Oc Tth4 isnprecedOe4 Q l' ; ..
: h4p9Iztbt' ?
>
W/or t .homakef .
ottis.bi rr .
."y No sic r' ,?excJaimed: theastonlthed : 'l ._
> I 'and tbe prtwU xc* '
to in ;
he hibitedaa JnMWibiUtjT the tlTseaonL1 ; 5
r I : ( wd.liozft minuet tfees 't'pt.;
Iqatomerlrom bead tofoot I Two ( *
: yr
'Uffeing .
tttmsi not astonished
r destroyed ( Cbrit nifoot tbe we are .
bceb fiaeikTai'or.tbt .tb.o a, .
: has
nearly jI awful A
iqEgyi
J&ek8onviIe ik1i f tT1 ; 11 Stzndard..' "I.jlavanQt jatbu.snou h l ew) make k4is Jc, ;

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i- -. .
"I -, . .- ; ;' of To'waCoiHHCil.: "r y "
.
Trad*betvrMB. [ ..CliarlMt" n and East-Flo the County,Commissioner* bare power, Vto $ :The !., .h., nnuioa.-.SIrfllZ. 4 .'"Proceedings_'.'_' '' -" _f'.' ,ie.*' .' ,.. ., ._. .. t.

"f..** rtd*.. jMR. ,nnin I nnnmiTliunday I add to the stun appropriated by tbestate.to. IA Georgia i .politician, anxious for tbe sac- COVXC1L'C $ .St"2 1853. N&'wY aI.Ss.jIN.. .

; the cbunty,': y.siufl shich'tbeytnaydeeI1proper ratiC'flOVemeflt { thatSs'te .,:Council: : ; '::,- 4.at 'o'dotW..1 ; Pre In my I gtn you the rewlt'tf
= of the Jt
Eorroa.-Th nptdlv, inerearinr trade to belaid out*'of"the county trea. "D o s, .e' 6e I
ft.. Its between Cast' FlorVU, and Charleston, 1 AC1'S'O'VIIL; : -. sury.",'',I, t errore hope tbat your Bounty. t and fearing, the, 'effects 'ophe' :I long eentRon.SwartInttnitt|; ; and Messrs. deliberations of tbt State Convention; of.!

the saMeet muce.lndace., that by A pu me 1ication.to addrenyoawpott of come :29,1853. this year will t employ' at least one eonlempla'ted appointment of!tie free-soiler i! J": :Ctark"WiUiarnsWard. "'an. < BoursCoui- "harmonious" Democracy of 'this'$ .

eta la reUlion to 1 tour eitttent mar be inform .--- .-. ,Stemb' good tesTeher.'and)if you think it best, make Dix to' the French Mfssjori; sought 'by cilmen.- "' .Ji"On "" which, evince a determination lbs&
eel of the facilities which exirt for the supply from ; him'divide his time between those places in '
thai oity. r all descriptiom pvodi we require ; ZOur&frends; in the interior will please the county, not exceeding three or four, written inquiries to that gentleVian to worm motion. Councilman Boqrs, it was,. the HaruV t sever theireooaectMTwiAthe

and;NiW from York*Ute and careful Charleston examination, with the of price Stocks and in forwar us the returns of the election at where his services are most needed. out of,him,certain assurances of,his! soundness Evolved,"That the Markl.tee be present National Administration,'ibfc

Urmi 1 am uti &od that our merchant can par., their earliest opportunity. This will at least set the bal of Common on the question 8 vital fo the South. empowered to cause stitbl fa and a it shall continue .under the "Soft*

cbaw their goods betttt,chefiptr and on more literal School Education in and once in Mr. Dix replies, affirming himself ,to ,be l, benches to' be. constructed in the ne\Market flaeoces which at prqfdi Mj'f ;
b Cbarterton than in New York. I : :
tmn. to House.
I Washington I satisfied )U will continue .
:liL. KXtxat 8ecau.the ntrchanU of Char lei.io laUona Jo..ent. motion, am the great object thai Southern Democracy couU ask, despitehis Resolved, That the said committee be further its movements, -at.least 1 far ,'sj I
roll till it has accomplished
best a:from'loDg adapted to experience a Southern know market what, and go nds lay are in |. The undersgned; inform the public that, on of bringing horn the means of Euc- antecedent The_Richmond Enquirer, empowered to advertise for, and receive the distribution, "the spoils,11 "' .

their assortment accordingly and selection from in conformity with the suggestion containedin I lion to every child, poor as well as which stands erect on the platform of ,Na- proposals for the removal of the oil Market In substantiation of my; assertion* .

stock thuchoaen are more readily and correctly the circular of the Secretary of the Wash the state. tional ''Demo receives ;llr. assurances House to the foot of Pine street, and fitting regard to the disaffection in the ranki ril
mad bY"II1J'Cbaacr, than from one suited racy Dx's of
and
house to
for
U'all p.n.1.tt.b United State I ington j National Monument Society they Yours most respectfully, with but satisfaction. the same an engine :of report' "harmonious,". I beg fears to invitt
anything Council.On tfc<
,
Another advantage is that the facility transporting > DAVID S. WALKER. the same to the next meeting &
foo-U by tno steamer?.from Charleston, j i1nabler will place a Box at the election poll of Jacksonville Superintendent of Schools, of the State of That paper protests strongly and vehemently motion of Councilman 'Williams, it tention of yoar readers. ,to the follower q.

the tIIerchaut'to bin assortment replenish complete his stock with frequeatlykaeping -!' ( precinct, on the day of election on Florida. against his appointment Minister to was, tract of a: letter recently pu\lie 1 i$

tar leu amount of capital invented and making 1 the 3d October next, for the reception of The naturalization Laws. France, and admonishes Presi4ent] Pierce that : Resolved, That the Marshal he, instructed journals"of this city, from pen I

hit payments fall due in smaller amounts and at contributions towards completing said Monument such a would be a "deplofable blunder. to remove the house. occupied by a negro JUlE,MAuRice, a member
extended pelodADd from the same facility j law of naturalization, step woman, named Sarah, in-street, said I ofc'Cnr
and they suggest the Under the original denies the assertion of elect from ; and
of transportation, should goods purchased ordered ; respectfully The Enquirer flatly house,being on the street. _, James.'county t
bom,prove they could unsatisfactory be promptly after returned examination to the at same course to their fellow-citizens at other a foreigner who came to the Unhed States the Charleston Mercury that Mr. Dix's appointment There being no further business, Council the late State Contention of the 1

render and relieve the party from bad or un precincts in the State. with the purpose to become a citizen, but would be satisfactory to the then adjourned., He says : DI .

salable,stock; and this advantage is by no moans COLUMBUS DREW, who temporarily left the country during the Southern Democracy. seems to think, Attest : J. H. H. Boras "It is not requisite' I should dwell ei'&g.special .
*trifling one. I
'2d.c'CIIUl'EtU Becmf the expenses of the GEO. C. POWERS. required five years' residence, forfeited the moreover and with a good merchants in Charleston are less than in New time be had previously awaited and bad to formation of the present national aAm7ar.."
York ;in rent alone there is a difference of from Yellow Fever In lewport. that the task of defending such an appointment The California Pacific mentions the lion,for they are matters of his y'j'
8 .OOO to S7,iJoO in stores of the same class. Tbe date the term from the time be returned. here in the South woul$ be a somewhat second meeting, in San Francisco, of a lately and likely be long
the -
Yellow
might and.insurance upon goods from the Northis Reports from Newport represent kOWD. t
This made a hardship for those engaged formed Young Men's Christian'Association.The rlbw4
but trlfihg,and foreign goods are imported direct I Fever as raging there in a most fearful i difficult one. The edits sy : npr asom the prophet's p
to Charleston at lower freights than to New in occupations which compelled them temporarily evening was spent in the discussion ofa diet
I manner. One letter which we have seen, i "If we want farther evide ce of the di consequences 'rom.tbem tfaitn
York,as vessels coming for Cotton aro frepnentlyin I to be absent such as seamen, &c.; and and of constitution, which, was unanimously coming of !
ballast. In addition there should be calculated dated yesterday, written by a physician trust ot Mr. Dix by Soutberr men and which breathes a ot such tbemSY8 1
the extra expense and.time in going to New states that persons to the number of twenty. in 1848 the following proceedings were had the impolicy of showering uln) : him addi. adopted, commends spirit this an efor equaly.unnecrl aa r
York .and delay in receiving goods from there, five were then down with the disease, and in the naturalizationlaws tional honors, we* have it i in the manner i inppoiiitment liberality that at once society : ftumptous ; say on poKcy, *
*ad no Ball Item to merchant who buy to the that black vowit had occurred in six cases. Congress, bearing upon which the of his to to the favorable consideration and it is.called, of consolidating the Pemocntic
mere rumor
xtent of $15,000 fcf20OdO annum, is the and thus situated. ail. a I
j-er relieving of the
persons by
inUrest the surplus stock necessary to be on A gentleman who came up from Newport the French Mission has beer!received in the support pry bestwal ptaces-of Rreafia.
upon Pacific ofa
band when good* Are, bought remote from home. last informs us that the town i is nearly Upon these amendments an argument is South. Democrats hear tte rumor with A correspondent of the seak trust 3n. profit upon onmifttakeaMi

Taking all thee, things int'i consideration, I nijht scarcely enough people remaining based that such an absence from the Unie doubt and dismay ; Whig, v ith eulatio.Aside Sabbath movement' in a specimens of every facion that'has of bu
think twenty per cent at least would be saved to. to take care of the sick. A son of Mr. States in the case of Kosta does from the personal fitness man. meeting to promote the observance of the years threatened to disturb"be of the
Mrchant who bis stock in Charleston : as
a purchases died last evening. the Sabbath, it wa."Rpiolved < country. These can be treated
the hotel keeper, in for topic
plead nothing theology Bonsatisfactorily
we can
rather than-New York. No'et feit the portion of th j term of res- That in opinion all loversof
,
A clerk in Ladd's previous his oor at another time, and if ned
3d. On foRK LIBRKAU TERM: Because the is himself down. appointment. But our enemys find in (
Banking capital ot Charleston being abundant, store, a young man irom New York named idence, but the distinction is very clear between past history much to him in the the Sabbath shoul, encourage Sabbath- I will then, enlarge upon them. For .
its merchants can obtain money on better terms discredi keeping men, by giving them ihe present will sufficient fiat
glip, also died last night such cases as that of Kosta, and esteem of the South. with to observe,
than the merchants in New York and therebycan in their trade other things being if I had
the preference believed it possible that the
extend tbeir credits conveniently and without The mail went morning- and those contemplated in the amendatoryact Van Buren in 1848- -his zealous cooperation nomineeof
charging more than interest for the indulgence.The first regular ommunication of the sort since with Charles Francis Aams and Seth equal. the last Baltimore Democratic Convention
stores in Charjeston arc large and well Wednesday last the stage driver having of Congress : M. Gates in the ovement-bit The Pacifc.complains .of the express could len l binrelf to the furtherance o.t

lighted, and the arrangements for exhibiting been seized with a panic and refused to "IN SENATE. .JUNE 19, 184S. furious abolition Buftlo in the Senate of' companies,1 Idrgealunt of business l. faction North or Sooth, my
roods excellent. To merchants inexperienced in "Mr. Dickinson moved to postpone the in goM! dint on tne ld's D.iy. It not have been presented for DaeOiI
bariness it is advantage to observe goods drive longer.It the United States, prior to t6atperiohisfam ,
fully while making a great their purchases.To is hardly necessary to caution people previous orders to take up the bi to amend $ >flourish about a says that the two great express companiesbetween And ij the great body of tlie American

facilitate any one of our merchants not acquainted against visiting the infected town for the the act entitled 'An act for regulation States surrounding the South and compelling !- New York and California have had not been deceived into hit. ,

in Charleston who may be desirous to As yet, Tallahassee and the surrounding of seamen on board the public and private slavery, like a scorpion encircle i by more power to prevent Sabbath-breaking was, Gen.Piercewould stilt Ipt pr
try that market. I give the names of a few of the present. vessels of the United State' there than all the other trades combined. law at Concord and
houses whose country are exempt from the disease fire, to sting itself to all bo revived tlludratins,bytu- 'At
principal there reputation guaranties deatb"-wi
fair and honorable dealing, and I hare been but to free communication. between "\lr. Dickinson; stated that the object of with every rbetorical.exaJlertln "Christian Associations" exist in numerous politics and jurisprudence of aevr ILip.
assured.they will sell their goods as lo*, if not Ihe places may introduce it. God help our this bill was to enable those individuals who to impair the etrength of the of the Atlantic cities-after which we shire. I have to high a' respect for.the
lower; than the same kind can be purchased for friends below. had not been able to perfect their letters of in the South. In vain, would office of Chief Magistrate of this republic) ,
in New York,atid execute orders on aa good terms naturalization in of being compelled presume, that in San Francisco is model ed. and I
am
the We believe the fever originated in Newport consequence we plead like the Charle ton Mercury, that to willing to yield to ;
Ju though party DRY was GOODS.present. as we have heard of no disease on to be absent from the United States the treachery of 1848 was 'but an indiscretion In Washington city there is one, which that respect the office 'Itself Itper:
"e1'.l
HOWL*NO & TAFT (only packages.) any of the vessels from New Orleans. since the notification of their intention, to into which the controlling influence of a among its other means of effecting good, I more at this lime,on.t'lluble ':

JofEPtt: L.VWT01 & Co. The weather, lor two or three'da's back, obal relief. He hal been for four }years "venerated chief" impelled him. We should keeps open a Room or Hall for gratiutous I Hon. JAMES.. ECOLE a leading ,
WfLKY HA IKS, & CO.CtUMBEELAIN. has been cool, with Northerly winds, a circumstance trying to get this through, and if there be met and confounded with the triumphant I cratic member of the Senate ',D
MILER & Co.GrUllLAVp public resort, in which are placed files of
quite favorable. was opposition' he must ask for the yeas reply-that the episode was of a piece with I.th Sr

BANCROFT,!.BETTS HOWELL& MARSHALL.& Co. Tallahatsee Floridian, of Saturday last. and nays on his motion. his political life ; and that he may again religious and the best secular papers, thus feelingly expressed his sentimeaU .

CLOTHING. I "Mr. Underwood asked whether the billproposed yield to the mischievous influence of some besides collections of valuable books. These the body of whicL he U a. member,*'

: .i' G. Z.WALDR i it & Co. The Election on Monday. thatthe. time__ .an. individual. might._ L_ '.venerat .d chief," and fall once more from are accessible to all who wish to peruse time since : t
be absent Irom the United states was 10 De ''
."': .PEAK BATES soi KENT& JKIXIWV& MITCHELL.SHOES. We cannot otherwise than suppose that made up by subsequent re"idence. prior (I ;his high estate. I them at the, Hal), where seats and other tilt seems to be the policy of' Mr. Fierce--

I the people are generally informed of the the granting of the certificate ? $*&" The Ancient City of Si. Augustine, I conveninces are also placed for the accommodation administration to lavish most of the .b
emoluments of
HA!ELTINE & A1.TOf. nature of the election which takes place I J Dickinson replied in the affirmative. to be .ambitious of being the only of yiiter. Lectures of a good a Government
.- H: IE. B. STOKDARP,. &Co.HATS. "\ Breese said that if the applicant for stems upon political renegades and faithless profligates
throughout this State on Monday next. We naturalization should be called out of the press in the State to manifest an anxiety. moral influence and character are also ap -upon those who have teen the t.

T.H.'M.11.HOR n'n.f.iAM'EV & Co. are to select Chief and Assistant Justice of United States, ar.d remain abioad for four rally its party followers in the coming elec- pointed to be delivered by eminent perrons unscrupulous in their continued & l te

.F.:D. FA.IMXG & Cn. the Supreme Court-two in number of the years and eleven months, th4t time would tion. In its last issue it makes a long display several of which, s far, have been delivered create dangerous dissensions between the
North and
'SADDLERY.HARRAL. later; Judges of the four Judicial Circuits ; not' counted. of lame argument in that direction, I at, the Smithsonian building to attentive Union 'r those the Suth and. prostitoted break op t. d
HARE & Co. 'Mr. Calhoun referred another 0
to"
Solicitors of the same, and local officer of Li.onthe of' collections of people. These institutions, selves to almost shade of all _
Cosoicr JKNM.\GS & Co. subject of naturalization which founded on the sayings of several "ones" every 4'

GROCERIES.FARRAR the respective counties. This is the first introduced, and thought it would be advisable the Whig townsmen new basis ot editorial tough "Christian": in all their bearing, are parties-to the neglect of nearly all tb u- '

&&r.KOTHKBa.LANKEAT t'nCltXYEII.. election of the kind in 'tbis State, and the : to have the whole subject before the effort, by the way ; but in this, as in not in any particular sectarian. wavering national democrats.7Again

W MIU.I EI.z canvass for it if it can be so calle.l, has Senate at the same time. He would there in speaking o the national sentiments
there for
Qther cases is no accounting tastes.
,
WJ N Kr LIQUORS been conducted with as little party unity. and fore prefer that this bill be informally passedover. Corretpondence fa Chrlol SlMat. expressed President, Picrce'sIuaaporal
.
FT. AMAND & CROFT. .
CHArtE -
IIAIDWA1C.c arrangement, and perhaps might adl.1 "\lr. Westcott was opposed to the bill, AN of IMPORTANT the Interior DECISION.bas approved-The a Secretary recent -- KEY WEST, Sept. 14, 1853. Mr. Cooley continues: "*
ROO EVEITII'rOJO & CLARK. in such election it could well very Editors the Southern Standard "With these just gaoiii;
W.&J. feeling as an and gave some reasons which were inaudible decision of the Commissioner of the of : declarrio"sfr
IJ.::,TK\E AlKIER.COUBTXET >T & Co. be. The candidates have, probably, through from his position under the gallery. General Land office, under which the latter There have been fewer arrivals the pa:t ing in the nalio' ear lin Mpf. ,if you

lilt IJGS. private sources, by this time become somewhat "Mr. Uerrien explained the laW as itwould reiused to sanction an administrator'ssale month, and less wrecks, than at any like, please the President,among the ffot 'Vt bi.-

HAVILA'XD HRRAL & Co. familiar the stand after the passage of the bill! of a military land warrant. The Commissioner lenod during the year. The sickness atNew appintments raises up to the ,."r"f'.1!
1..1\1. COHn & Cu. to people. Judge Wright, which required that the fve'ears' residenceshouh rules that the 4ih section of the Orleans is one cause, doubtles-s of the anti honorable -

.. ChINA GLASS WARE, &e. Chief Justice of the Supreme bench, i is be completed. : for a act of 23th of September 1850 (under Jreat scarcity of shipping in the Gulf this,, John A.'Dix and his dissnlve-tbe-Uninir" Mowers .

.. CAMEKHM.VEBb& STONE.& Co. now the incumbent of that office. Judge were absent any )part of that time which the said land warrant was issued) fal We do not see a vessel for week "the' Bufftlo Platform men of IMS 1

KROWM BOOKS ANU Thompson, another candidate for Chief Justice it would remain for court to decide whether cxemptel it from the debts of the person to opposite the city, where' usually they cane who, with Martin Van Buren at their .b aJ,
McCARTER & Co.STATIONERY. that absence was sufficient to prevent the whom it was issued, and made uiitill the > seen at all hours, either beating down tbe and his son John at their tail, brk down
WALKLR & ETANS.; has been from the frt an associate issuing of the certificate. As the law: now patent shall have issued, the properly it of the I Gulf or hugging; the reef flying before the. he democratic partyvitb ,'

CARRIAGES, &c. upon the same bench, and Judge Semmes stands if any person, after notifying his intention heirs of the deceased soldier, not to be.I. trade winds. We have cause to be thankful ambition,' and their 'morbid enthusiasm eal-,

KETNOU & Co. has, also, for the same perioil, held the same to become a citizen sets his foot out aliened by any act of the administrator.In that our city is g free from sickness, cut! te to dissolve the bonds of law ansI af
LEONARD Cn API!. of the United States be must through the while the cities of the Gulf are being de ( which unite For all of
position. Mr. Hogue is known go t
S. & L. M. GILUERT. as a highly regard to the granting to administrators us.
populated. Rains bave been and toil
full term of five residence aaiii. Under frequent perfidious conduct seems they are
.. CORN AXE IIY.ICTL' respectable Sawyer and gentleman, of the this hill he may years be called away for a of certificates of title to pay due for militia excessive, and the heat as great a usual in liberally revanleltlb the fattest places' Lithe
BEACH & Ct. .
GEORGE Kl!LOCII. Middle District and has been prominent be- short. period by business, but, having fled services rendered by deceased parties, the this lattuJe, yet we hear of flout solitarycase President's gift! Is this the reaJf u

icoul4 add many other guvd names to the fore the pcblic as the Attorney General of his desire to become naturalized, the COllt question has been presented in the late de- of fever. We have but one physicianto ster resistance Gen. Pierce assure. t

Above, but these will' suffice for an introduction. the State for several years. Politically, all may decide that there is no sufficient reason livery of certificates to certain volunteers of administer to'3,000 people! and his offices country he will interp'to prevent :a rt-
My C J6et in addressing this letter to encourage for Ins going again over the whole term of nearly a sinecure, and we pray it may s volt! tosave'the If so, in ihe wressive -
the commercial intvrcou tot'h'ee; the gentlemen named are whigs and as piobatiuii."The this county. As we before mentioned, this continue.An language of the'Inaugural,"'let :

Charleston business transacted aud East at l'lorida.anl the iunttlt t.as> hare It i. asmncl I there is little prospect, and no general desire hill was then considered, and read a question in some of the cases was referredto accident occurred at.Sand Key ,a few be foundation of our bopt rest .on i
poSJibl(I
to do cou istcntlT with our interests.iiesi expressed that any should be elected on third time and passed. the Department on the administrators days since, by which Charles Bowman, Assistant wisdom.; but in the nation' humble ackno*.

ectfully/ \jours.V.. party grounds, we have no doubt that should "Is HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ) applying to the delivering agent. The Keeper, was nearly killed, by Caling leiged dependence upon God and. Hi.onr-
Ult rA T.. from the level of the first tier of piles Providence."
September 2t.h. 1353. It either of them be chosen by the -people. he JUNE 22, 1843.- ) above mentioned decision, however being ground, striking against the braces, and receiving ruling ;
"The bill from the Senate to amend an More evidences m'ght added tO'tkow\
KENTUCKY Military Institute I would rise above every thing like party in act entitled 'An act for the regulation of founded on a general act of Congress, can some awful contusions and cut b
seamen the unpleasant state of affcirs which, exist,
the administration of justice, and reflect fie was removed next day to the ,
have little Hospital
Board board the and vesselsof bearing on special which
by a of YiUers on public private cases '
DIRECTED appoint- ,
credit the where h.r is slowly recovering. 1 in the ranks of the' Democracybnl.theabove'will
SLate, is under the upon Supreme bench. "
superintendence the United March 3, 1813 have in administration
passed no provision regard to
of Col. K. T. P. ALLEN Sttes. A, sailor fell from the of the I
a distinguished the other side-and topmast suffice for the presenL
Upon the other was read a and second time, when-
Graduate of Went Point and a practical Engi- political in the act providing for them. schr. St. Dennis on the 23th of August, and "
Deer, aided by an able Faculty The course of ) side also-are Judge Bahzell for Chief "\lr. Birdsall moved that the bill be now ; was taken for dead. He bo suffered Scarcely a year since the members of th.,.
atndy is that usually taught in the best colleges, read a third time and put upon its final pas- The Revolution In China. up an
"Dumocratlc" the'
with the addition of an extended couri of Mathematics Justice, and Gen. C. 11. Dupont and Judge sage. Mr. B. explained the practical amputation of his leg, and is party called throughout

Natural Science and Theoretic and Thomas Douglas for Associates. Ju'lge of the' law of naturalization, as operation Letters received by the steamer .Franklinall The Light Ship has been removed from length and breadth: of the land, 'abootetl'witb

I Practical The buildings Ellgioeeriog.I of the. Institute have been entirely nltzel is well known as a former judicial interpreted by the Courts of the State of\ allude to the difficulty of obtaining reliable the Northwest will! Passage of this harbor, and one acord the. name of Franklin'Puree,
no light be shown from that for
refitted and arrangement made for heating incumbent in Middle Florida ; Gen. Dupont New-Yoik, and showed the necessity of the information of the progress of the time point and co.operated together.as one man in sop-
some to A
them with steam which will render the Institute bill to relieve who, after come. screw pile LightHouse '
entirely unequalled in regard to health, convenience too, occupies a highly respectable standingin tbeir intention persons to become naturalizel declarinl, Chinese rebellion, though all agree in the will be.erected at the Pass the coming. port of' his election! to the Chief Magistracy

and In thoroughness agreeableness of of instruction residence,and as it strict-is already that portion of the Slate ; and Judge left the country as volunteers for Mexico.) fact of the whole country being in a state winter. of the United, States as the champion of

oess of government. Douglas is too well known as an able juristto and thus been prevented from obtaining the of extreme disturbance and,that in the tea their principles and of the compromise sua>

The seventh annual term commenced on the render more than the mention of his name residence required i by law..' districts! especially there was great disorder.It BRUTAL OUTRAGE.-A number of negroes sures in particular-and as the only;candidate
second Monday in September, 1653. Entire in
"Mr. McCIernand further a western
charge 9100 aemi-annnal cession to the peo'ple of this section, explained the will be remembered that city recently.lynched a roan of before the people in. .whose ,baada
fee$2 per in (surgeon's necessary. object of the hill, and urged the necessity of by former accounts their owncolor_ whom they suspected of
extra.) payable advance.
Address the :upe t.en.lellt. at "Military In- For Judge of the Eastern District Judge pas-ing it. Those who had enlisted in the the U. S. vessels which composed the being a spy upon tugitive slaves, in a most the administration of the government coalibeentrusted '

atitnte.'Franklin. county, Kentucky. or the nndersigoed. -. Forward, the present incumbent, is'the only service of the country, and had been sent Japan squadron and which had been 'in the ferocIous manner; the' skin of hs! back, -with ut endangering the I-

P. DUDLEY, tandidate before the people. For Solicitorsfor beyond its limits in the prosecution of the China seas, had proceeded to the Loo Choo from his heels, was completely cut off by mony of the States 'and the safety:of"1he!
war, fell within the wording of the the lashes, and in some the flesh
President of the Board. the same circuit the Present islands places .h Union. Franklin. the Great elected and
to rendezvous was
cal.didate are previous their sailing *
-
off ,
law and cut the
September 203tElectioxflYotice. were forced to lose all the time bones; he was then left tied to the
James M. Baker and S. St. George Rogers. they were thus absent, though they bad on the projected expedition to Japan. ground. Some time after he was found by' in.due time installed into office. The"'lio*"

Jn the respective sections of the circuit in previously notified their intention.of being Now it seems that naval assistance from the some humane 'pern,'who had him properly vraa supposed by..the "unterrified"1 )Ia"

O_N.MONDAY the third (3d) day of October which these gentlemen reside we learn that naturalized."Mr. United States is demanded for the protection takeii care of, and provided medical attend arrived when the political lions' and Jam
next, there will ht an election held at the Holmes of is
New-York r
ance.
different Precincts of L uval County for the following personal preferences and local attachmentsexert previous question, which was seconded, moved,and.the of American interests, and a letter from one ci f I doubtful,whether be recovers. should lie down together;which_snppositioa

A Chief offlcers Justise, viu of the Supreme (\rnrt of the a large influence in behalf of each. under the operation thereof,.,the the mOlt eminent American houses in China was substantiated, by Franklin's::calling! ;
bil wa DialogueWelImy!
State of Florida and two Associate Justices of Distribution of use School Fund. read a third time and passed by yeas 'and expresses the hope that the U. S. Japan me some ?' son, can you give around :him in ministerial capacities ,vcl

theMme.a Solicitor a Circuit of the Ju.lje Eastern of Circuit the Eastern; a Clerk Circuit nays : Yeas 165, nays 4." squadron will return horn Loo Choo, whereit reckon supper not'wehaint'notheat'nor'we" only roaring lions from.. .MtswsJppH but,

of the Circuit Court ; Mieriff ot County; Tax The following is a copy of a letter addressed The 'Question of Naturalization, and the was last heard from participate in the harnt no bread, nor we' hahn I t ters.'? '., also lamblike meekness in 'the persons 'ofDOBBIS '
t
.veyor Aueuor; and and four Collector County;Cotumusloner Coroner; County of Doval Sur t the.several Judges of Probate, of protection due tn a foreigner abroad tempo intervention that is so.likely to become a ne' ,,*'Wel you can give me abed, can't youl' of North 'Carolina and Campbell of

County. the State, in relation to the first distributionof rarily, after filing his declaration for naturalization cessity at an early. >. .rectoq not,,for:>vet haint no" feathers, Pennsylvania.' Many :of. New York W>>
The following named persona are hereby the interest nor'we'hafnt'nq .slrinot we, .hainl. no '
of the will
pointed Inspector of aid election, at their ieve-ap School Fund, which receive an early official exposition Another letter .states that'the Rebels floor to' our. bo :" was:called into lull the storm :which, PI'loni1txistedin.

Precincts At Bait ,M viI&.;d PwiVf Edward has recently' been made. The proportion ; the Washington Union says. The serve Saturday for the Sabbath day, and b'u 'Well you an'givemy; horse"''something ..the. empire. State.' ;!in J f

Mi1t.aGUaynellIardy !i. Piiillip Hopkins received ,by this county is $181 78. The question 1:an important one, and it is time that the Imperial Government at Pekin ba d to eat !', ,: tbe'Democratic ship'started' on her voyi '

Browkrd.At Cedar Jr.:,Ciitk.Cornelian PffinrtJ.West. .Bt.iknjlp. jno. number of children in the county is statedat that the principle recognised by the United expended 20,000,000 of taelsof silvern its :,we:;I haint reckon no. corn oti,foyihaintj nut we haint no hay oats, nor nor bat six brief.months'ago, 'with i all.naii4. i Iv

AtJactuoiivttlt; Ptnnct.-Oliver Wood Samael 951. States, government, as ruling in such case, fuiitness efforts to stay their triumphah't we'haint no barn' IQtb'r'.' under'her new commander?'wit1! bsgbtt'!| .

.4*,BatBngton Mci&darU&jkiarV:,1'rtri..v.I-JClhn.I5utt L. Hamilton,, TALLAHASSEE- Aug. 23, 1333. were, broadly enucciatei. and clearly un. progress. No less than one hundred private 'In'' the name'of hamar-nature, how do pacts .and ,the hopesTol million*. 9Lrbtt t,.
,
, james Plammcr, JVj i ti'. Hartley.At To lie Judge J Probate tfCounfgj derstoo. banking establishments in* Pekin,"whose you ail do here.1*. friends for. a successful, ,and, h.rmomod... ,
I&ndneWMJl Pmi".t.-'fholaas J,lIen- : The case of Kosta,. at notes formed ': 'lr. .very well,:I thank you. ''flov.are '- .. .
lately *
occurring the
t.
4ritk John SIR -Under School circulating medium .
A. Pummerlin : Act
our
j ,Daniel Thomai. passed by were all your folks to hum r voyage.'Already,
At MiddUburff Preci rt.i-Ouiu Buddingtoo, the last General Assembly (see page 83) Smyrna has- attracted particular attention compelled suspend ;'all' in single day. inconsequence : ., d baja *iuy1>roken, oat ,!

Henry At Clay Taratnf.IM George PrtriWr.-Khsha Uranllin;. VVilkerwn, Major John Beard, the Comptroller, has reported to 'this question, lat )individual having of the,: Government haying SHIPPING LIST.:' .. :, -' /arg, a crev Isfound tabeoa, bord' .. ,>
Moses Preteott. Jr.. me tba( the.whole amount of school only filed his declaration t .
Elijah Pa onlaat
its :exhaustec a'cci
paper
money supply as aeqti nu'tbey ifd Tj ,
Tkffmatvtiie mo e'tobe distributed _
'Preeisjt.-J&mes Jem" WiUa- Jobn, Philiw. counties,"according .ta the :'number" of chlleren although receiving the protection of treasury. : -, CiP Lt commander's. right-haifd 'ma wj* : ',(

". 1" Autgt.FL1X ofPn4ste LlVJNTOf, ndal Connty.xJn 1 in (.eacb, for. -t the,:year beginning\ on i I one of our naval commanders.The A COSTLY NECKLACE. The WE ID. ( : m.en une :his immediate supervision .th&

< till"... but wont' do,' Tbsc.t
Tenty-iune"hundred and on the
Will be:a. election'for Jnd 'wf I'robatei and .forty s'ix'iJolIars, 21'Sohr : :
tb sixty-six cisV This ,1b'ewbole rut of:Mexican war notoriety, have ,been Crystal Palace is'said to''beow Adl1 'Haln N..1)kj. ihelnutinoos comliet of nlseAarf ]l
4ame lupeetori aiw berety appointed to tnaoagtbeilame. divided} by; idla ,New 1. : ,W O "
I. \'. '. number of children in the xhirnedind' re-interred i '- .ri Q" to be.'thft/naafequae mi J it : ii
= GA1UNH5, State' to wit 15- ,injha parochaIchurch York, ;It'js i a j eait neckhacewhich. con', "I'U ,&'omter'Wooste Charleston.,
. t .2 Clerk.Jacksonflllo ., 4 15, gives to:each county nin te of Guanajuato, ,with ists of ; .c' "B commander. :Pierce ti : iesonsib1 '
, -ud a for each ,child tbe''militry a'tatb.Ofperls: wi th;tone: l large 4',2G. Yowgf.. .WOkr..P..o.t., 1
., Female 'Institute- your' lrcion' :children within, it. hon prescribed' by the decree of the.2d Au. diamond in, the mTdst;and Js'.valued"ajLfif: -.f :./ 7.4. Condor," I' .. i. \&*. h''bcf'C'. ,. c..J'. ." '- -
-
MISS.P..SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW g within. gust. teen ,tboisan41'dnhI .*-, ,SchrOliv*'Branch. 1 I c ntro1.sIsed. J. l -# ".
., ,> is therefore ent %_- :;: r. 'It isvsaidTth Ta ,14 Pttrnzlll Boston. ; ,
_ _
i' .A.A'U 'aUICJPA ,By at le.tu will"see i millionaire, recently1 appointed by Pre&den '. sa' ," : !N. \ f a'itt r !_.. : ,
looking you how Acn
initiation ,at M.ur' J1. .yo. '
will be SHOT' ,
,
BT, 'Youuo ... _
mE r..4 a WOMAN. One Pierce tof a diplomatic ili i a5 '!P
the Eu
Fimt M onday of October teachers are to "be&employed, and bow post f2.BrgEu\h.Kal.Newyor 'trinity-ahd. s eo seqaee
dayjast week
Terms of tUe itwtltatioa according .to lut*todUiEngllih J .: ,(in Muhlenburgcttnty'K! fourteen th uin'v hundred .rp'ofeta. r it "ft". .,.,' hound to founder' beta .".rl 1tl..krLi01
young ladyo character,1 daughter but that .- 1.t"'. '
ed 'Y
.
; Ni
earnest attention ii'Jov'itei ,
aYdr this! O. .
br iclses front $| to |S for although the sung to'be received,to Co,*W),lsonf t en calumniated bf a Woul.1,not'this democratic. mSl Bonaire1; : .'b,''CJI.aE," .b. -' ".e3cpc21rselu ., ..' t- ; f 11,1'1.81".1.rie .

..FfD aod OrnaIn.nWbranches.extrs.hi French by your county from the.state_ ihfo year 1quitesmalijvehave young man,-, allo upon him, armed: with'arevQhver who was to 're'tY a' bandsom 6utfit''bir' 'r," J2 f.'i: L 1 .J f) i : rirfii'Or
b ,
wu CIYII.,A*. accompanied by,her'father.The thi good favor of'Prtsfdent pierce '.ha've "$fr C .--: 'c. l 4
) & laititute. to I !. : strong. hope, that t ,in: .lal or ditaaonien ;'tft:.c. *, .; .: Mernb.arei b.wl.,, .
'lliL .t"II derer'.clldnot hisI {j ,1 j-. :
Lb. hngIsb r futur'yeara1twiljbe much ? d09.'al ilr\o a dtie', other five: fcoridred, tf, .A .; -. \
AI.
1uu
trger. legations : C'
'. :: Under lije 4t|) 8 ctopb! f whereupon .Abe frer,inflicting a and have took the.necklace, .if he\:venture ." .S I 1.." "" 1I t: at.
.r 4'1. :e .F. '
: ', .. :! :!!!, J.ll4t'. !, ia his throat- t go as, hlgb-as) ;$14.500.for.the baubli: ** : : ;_ .rwe r. _. a is tfte"'eatftJippti r .1p
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act In .
OctobrEext. They TO
the system, that by (ollowmr peculiar the direet.a manner ODl s.tm No.:79East. : Bay; opposit : Thretsigh. IB,ftety ticM te Any Bewra. Tea win tod' "Filltaa IsTaJrAto'aajlilarin ,. ..
-Ifiir We mn authorized to announce ed t aeh box asto-the S- r '" i -r -
-
modeoC unr them; many eoapUInrs to W1\iok,.1IIWtIL Ja "
DAVID P. HOGUE as a Tdiltitf> for theIcs nervous irritability i, lDayed 1he tone of the CHARLESTOIV. (_L New York and. Cliajlefttaasemiweekly obstractions either.'totat **. 0-

stomach _strengtlened the digestion improved 0. -7, fit Steamslilp'Liae.Letres been found tf'taafu !..lertlhir sat
of Arsocun JUSTTCI of the SirrtnCocar and WholesakDealera 1 in LEXoa, .
freedom ur areulatwn given .the blood. anda Imporer Foreign & half quarter purifying the blood smut call .
of this State.at ,the.lection,in October robust state >of hjjjhjuained._ Persons of st. Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cordials.egars barrels, kegs,and in boxes pi.dozen e e Adger Wharf erery'Saturday and otq.ta which maarlaf frofss.sls 1rvo.

_xL August 4fi3The dioni.aDd lede ;ita. being more especially Tobec and Manufacturer J&ln'aeUmeJ.ice, dodo do do. Wednesday, after tbe arrival of. the Car gularitiesa# headache. iBabBS bIB I $ pal
liable to the d "ers here alluded to.fbakJHO of & Sardines,in whole,half and quarter boxes from the South and WestOn the side,back;JW. ThMT ptrfr f". :

frJeod .LESLIE. THOMP. Ihonld wal'. Pills io ensure a od Lmo.n. Syrup ,superior quality. Lobsters,Mackerel, Salmon and-dams,, f 1cLr' safe and effectual rdi 4'y" et rfeomplaiatsr
<
ltate Kt cmutantl 0 hand sa exttnnte supply of Saturday GMt, NerTaso:. .40 .,
16Pol.lnC.
SON at promt one of the Associate Justices of
fotlatoinr article*,.which they art prepared E ID Plne Girr, in boxes of 9 ..The and Sick HeadacIa.'G14ssa; "aJI
new Ocean
the Supreme Court announce him to,the roters to tell tn City and Country Ma chant i.0 their Splendid team- trening Dreasss Dianess o/Nigat. 'or toted,

Floridaas candidate for CHMT Jcsnoc of the Thousands Parents ., IIswdI4beruitTmvc4eNAc ,y Frenc Cherries 1 Brandy, in boxes of 1 dos. : any of the Disease hat ari e'ftvur affections eC -

State at the approaching election in October of Castor Oil who UM ate Vermifuge composed : BOAX0T.-J.:*J. DpaT..).'Jl jise, JAM1,9i }Jonzzcxsi.soc, COD' the Liver imparity of tb4 tOwd or ei tiscUa. *
,Calomel Fruits in
1
are not aware Paet,Castillon It Co., J. Go- Brnd. in boxes of dozen each of th. Bowehv. > -
aflL that, while they appear to benefit the patient, dard & Le/er Freres, HenlC. & Co. assorted- : }Wz.i.Fovrzz, om'r. ..ea1.EriI..ci'-
,
they are actually)ng the foundation for a series J. C.. ei Do do in ., do do. .
fc3-The Frienda ,of CHARLES H. DU- of diseases sueh salivation loss of sight. i a and brndl, in Pie teowJue., We the nud.iilgted, pbysistanaj actfor,W

PUNT, of Gadtdea county, Florida announce weakness of limbs Itc.n baI pips quarter. and eightheasks,and in boxes Stuart's and,Lnrr". Steam-Refined Sugars. !UNIOY 0ffl7nWli'foytons. the receipt of their aMimfiMWra lalueJte nr

] 'another column win be found the advertisement '1.500 .- for "A&sociATK JCSTICE" AXRKICAN Ba&tDy-lth imitation
bin ai candidate of of Hobensack's Medicines to which we ask French in proof, il or Do Loaf in boxe and. half boxes of 16 loaves they are composed axakea them tU bid pill to
the Supreme Court of the State at the approaching the attention of all directly interested in their Do do, .1st halt pipes in quarter and eighth cab each. s9Ht0Nft1 T.oJUS.E1U. "Cem'r.- use for all dimees.r the Liver imMriUM af thy

election In October next own and their children's health. In Liver Complaints proof 'al. Do Crushed,in barrels. ", Blood, ke. GEORGE WOOD 3LD...
HOLLAND GIN Anchor
and all disorders from Cologneand Do Ground These Steamen are unrivalled on the coast forsafety F.CBOWLtY.M.Ou :
arising those of a Clover Leaf Brands.SVaistlHsh or Pulverized,in barrels. :
S-We are authorized to announce the Bilious type, you should make use of the only and Scotch. Do Steam Refined Candy, in boxes of 45 Ibs. speed and comfort,experienced and courteous 1..BO WEN.)'IX ,
commanders tables 'with
lion. A. G. SEMMES as a candidate for reelection genuine OJ-e:Medicine not deceived,Ilobensaek's but Liver Pills. Do Monongahela, lit and 2d quality.Do each.Almonds luxury-which will ensure to supplied travellers byVlhU every 0>: Pam.1IOft.but those having. the rfma*
I, : ask for Hobensack's Sheaf Rye and b Bordeaux and Marseilles, soft line tar*, of J.N. HOHENSACK." aaaB ***.'
to the office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the Worm Syrup and Liver Pills and observe that O'Ia Pithu. and hard This every line possible comfort accommodation. are worthless imitationa. : ,

Supreme Court at the next October election. each UUB has.i>i SAuK the signature,as none of else the are proprietor genuine.my26y ,J. N. D lurbon., Rye and New Castile 25 Sap. of.superior quality, f boxes of Florida connects, and through with the tickets steamers will be Carolinaand issued Agents wishing new uppOea, and aQ .& W k,

July 7. ; Orleans rectified. but Jackson's No.1. to New York. .' wishing become Agents, mast address tb*prs-r -+. vprietor.
I Rrsi-Old Jamaica, St. Croix, New Orleans oap, Velvet Wine For freight or passage,,baring elegant stateroom .J.N. HOBENSACX. SIMS Laboratory
;lerTbe Friends of the Hon. THOMAS 03-The most astonishin results and New England. i Corks each., in bales, and b.1 of 7 accommodatioas, apply at the office of the No. 130 North Second street sboe-PffllxADELPHU.

DOUGL4.S (late Judge of tbe Eastern Circuit,) produced by the use of GILMAN'S are II being* IR- PEACH BaAsoy-Old North Carolina and Vir-gross Do, common BUe. b.g.1 Agent toriser HENRY M1SSROON -- 1
DYE. ginia.APPLE. 1 ., g East Bay and Adger's South Wharf. Sold bv Merchant f* d
announce, him as a candidate for the office of It is doing'what never been done be. BRANDT New and North Caro Do,Jug and 5 allDruggistauimidUniie1.Statea. *
.
fore-changing Gentlemen's Hair, Whiskers or Jersey Do Velvet Demijohn, 4 and 5 gross 09-Cabin passage from Charleston $25;steer- _, ,'! aJ2S.1.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the Supreme Court at the Mustache from red, white, or grisley grey, to a- lina.CORDIALS Ferfsst Love Annisett Vinegar, White Wine, in qur casks. age$3._ Sept. 15. .-
election U October next July 2 permanent JET BLACK or beautiful brown as required !-Noyean, Do, Cider or Apple in !
in one ,mtnu/a.. Rose, CinD&on and Pepperwmt &, Sgaaas-A large assortment of.Rio .londo FOil PALATKA'E. F. Ifcnlth for theHOLLOWAV States!!(

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGESH1P. Z. D. OILMAN, Sole Proprietor, city of WUfE5laeir., NewLn, inl, and } ,Cos. CnlJaion.Filantropa Washington, Touching at Darien Brunswick St. Slarys
,
Washington. For sale II of direct
Hon.WILLIAM! A. FORWARD by Druggists and HairDressers Port another choice brands. brnd importation. AJ Flo- Grf
aThe everywhere. Pag'l. Key < rhine, Cheroots and Cuba Jacksonville Jiit5urg,Black Citti and
'
J*4 e of the Circuit Court for the Eastern Judicial ple Duff Gordon &Co., .Benitaa and, TOBACCO-P. Robinson's celebrated Honey Picolata.:

Circuit Florid, will be voted for by the other Do do brand. I i Dew, 4 lb. plugs,in whole and half boxes, of 10 The new and superior Ream- bta \ '
rw Ibs each.
people in said Circuit, to fill the same office which SUBSCKIBER Clothing.keeps constantly on Do Tenerie.'entoso's. London Particular and Do Rough and Ready, in kegs of about 100 J BeES ST. ,JOHN'S and VVIUIJAM, Capt. J".EIt UASTOM Fags-, '

lie now hold,at the election in October neiL THE in his Store, on Bay Street, a general Cargo Do Sicily quarter casks. Ibs, eaeh. Capt THOMAS SHAW, will leave Savannah for '

July ?. assortment of Ready-made Cloths, Hats, Maeir, sweet, in 4 and i casks. Do Wor ,Premium lobaeco, f 5s. 8's. and the above places as follows I

Caps, Hoots, Shoes Gloves, Stocks Handkerchiefs D PORTER- quarts and Vint. lib.Do The St. John's onThumdaymormng the 15th $
yU' El Dorado in boxes 40 45
to Ibs.
\Ve are authorized to announce Hosiery and every article usually kept in LSD and East India Ale, quarts pints. eahAnd. instant, at 10 o'clockanil William, t aston on : '
JAMES M. BAKER as a candidate for theo&ce Furnishing Establishments all of which will be CHAMPAGNE CIDER-Boxes,one dozen each. a variety of other brands,in 5',8's, and Tuesday rnorningthe 29th instant;at 10 o'clock ;

sold low for Cath. Do do Casks, tttree and six dozen eah. lIb plugs. and will continue to leave at the same*hour every
of Solicitor for the Eastern Judicial Cir- : Tobacco in boxes of 5 and 8 dozen
,
sept 29 tf JOHN L. RlPLEY. WINE BITTERS-Boxes, one dozen each,and on SmokinJ Thursday and Tuesday therealUr. The latter
nit of the State of Florida, at the approaching 4. papers- boat. carrying the United States mail. For PILLS
PRO draught. Wine Bottles-French and German in
POS A .
election in October next. Cordials assorted, do do. P.tent freight or passage? having handsome state-room jt _
be received the Market Commit hampers,one gross 'ah. :1 .
WILL by Claret Wine do do. accommodations, apply on board, or to
Flasks-Quarts, pints, and half pints.
Tuesday morning, the 4th of October J. H. GUNBY, EXTRAORDINARY CTRE OF W9 OT HULTHDIWUDERED /
do do.
Mends .
fchThe ELUAII I1IGG1NBOTHAMrespeetfully next, for the removal ot the old Market laeira do do. Demijohn's, 2, 3, 4, and 5 gallons. Agent, Savannah. STOMACH. DMcanC ,aXtf
present him as a candidate for Commissioner House from its present location to the foot of Candles-Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine.. BISBEE & CANOVA.-
Sherry do do. DETERMINATION of THE BLOOD TO TH*
Pickles Sauces.TEAS
Dural County. Pine-street and fitting the came for an Engine e, in baskets,one dozen each, quarts and Agent.,Jacksonville. .
Black. .,
S and
House. :. .N.VILLIAnS Chairman. Champ -Hyson, Imperial,
29 Flag, Heidseick, Bouche-, Calhocn jan 5-ly CCJ-The St. John's will ;0 to S,. Augustine
It IIEAD.of
fchThe Friends of JAMES PLUMMER, respectfully sept and other brands. every fourth trip commencing (leaving caran- c( a Letter from Sir. Job Hoyd,:vfnenr

announce him as a candidate for the Ir4r1oNa.FOR The above comprise some of the finest Wines nah) on the 29th in>t. Sept.13-, Erw.w *, Ilnleih MlrioutJuA

office of County-Commissioner for Duval County imported. _
SALEThe Plantation owned and .u In the Circuit Court or the Eastern CIifcult To Professor HOLJ OWAT
at the October election. J formerly occupied by the late Cu!. J. H 'STATE OF FLORIDA. For Sale. of Florida Putnam County to wit, SIR I avail myself nf the first opportunity of

'MclNTOSH, situated on the fet. John's riTer 1 informing yon that for a.very long periocll..
J-Tbe Friends of SEYMOUR PICKETT Isham C. Ellis, complainant,)
about fifteen miles above Jacksonville East AMENDMENTS THE COSSTITCTIOS afflicted with a dangerous giddiness and treqmenlswimmings '
PROPOSED Valuable and Cotton against \Bin for Divorce.
respectfully announce him as a candidate for the j Florida, containing about twenty-seven hundred OF STATE, Sugar Abigail R.. Ellis,defendant. $ in tbe be sd,attended byloesaf,

office of County Commissioner fur final County, acres, near nine hundred of which are open, and Adopted the sixth S.\I General Assembly.No. Land in Florida. petite, disordered stomach and centrally impaired
were cultivated with him, aud the of complaint being filed in this ease, and health Every means had total to girt
by
at the election in October next. success residue [ ].] Bill
undersigned offers the Vat-
I consisting of hammock and pine land. It A N A CT to alter and amend the Fourteenth andTwentvThird THE Property for sale, via following it appearing to the satisfaction of the me any permanent relief and at length II L.easssso
-n. Friends ELIJAH is eligibly situated, and capable of a high degree Clauses of the Third Article, : Court that the defendant resides without the alarming that J was reaD; afraid ot come'about..ith..utan
of BL1TCH re- His SUGAR PLAN 1ATION known St.
I as State of Florida, to wit, in the State of Georgia
of cultivation. The buildings are in good order, Sixteenth Clauses of i &ttencl..a& h this melaaAoll'eoodition
rpeetfully! announce him as a candidate for the consisting of a comfortable Dwelling. &c., and and the Fifth the Thirteenth Article of and the Constitution of this Josephs situated in St. Johns county, at the I on motion of J. Me Robert Baker, Esq.,solicitorfor 1 waited penoftall.1rpOa Mr.HngbaavCbeiaist.
head of Matanzas River in Graham
om.o-f County CommisMoner for Dural countyat ppaeious and convenient bouses, adapted to all State. 1 Swamp, ) complainant, it is ordered that a hearing of Harleeh for the purpose of eotosulting;
the October election. the purposes of a long staple cotton plantation, SEC. ]. lie it enacted bv the Senate and .J/OU'' containing 1300 acres, of which about 800 are of i> the facts charged in said bill of complaint be bad him as to what 1 had bettor d*.' ,He kindly rr
rich loam based marl 500 well
on ; are at the nut term of the Court, to be holden
at
together with a grindiug house and mill, and a R tlie nfFloridain General -! cler'i commended yourPihs. I tried them wilhooV delay
03-The friends of ISAAC SWART i j boiling house and boilers, which are capable of of prm"talL'CS of Stile lhat the fourteenth thoroughly ditched and at present Palatka, in the said county of Putnam, on the ,and after taking them for a IDrJ
presenthi vation about 55 of well
conttd. and
', ; acres re-supplied first of November next and that
day said defendants ,
turning ont from fifty to one hundred hogsheads Clause of tbe third Article of the Constitution of, I am happy to bear testimony t ; AeffiClicy.
name as a candidate for JUDGE PKOBATE cane. Oentrally located on the plantation ,
OP plant do and
plead answer or demur, to health
of sugar Also, eight thou and acres of Pine md amended to readas appear I am .now restored to perfect ,
be altered
of Doral County at the ensuing election in October land, the greater part of which is well timbered this follows State,viz so: "There shalt be a Secretary a of is a superior Steam works Engine, ,with of Sugar mill and i| the said bill of complaint on or before said day, and enabled t>>resume my usual duties. Tea set
complete Sugar capable manufacturing
the St. John's river and its I or decree will thereupon pass in the same manneras at liberty to publish this latter fas any way yenf
next. lying on Ticinity. State elected by the qualified voters of this Mate,, I
10 to 15 hhds per day, and saw mill attached if the defendant had appeared and WAS J"
For p.ice nnd terms apply to the Administrators first in October, in the ] Also present may think proper. .'
the
on Monday year two finely situatedon 1. .
g single
0: We are authorized to announce JOHN \VP1HCE in office the running sawI. i in Court. It is further ordered that a copy of lam, sir,your obedient servant.Signe.1) .
continue I
I who shall during : pine land and commanding a view of the whole the above order be in some JOllY LLOYD.
as a candidate for Judge of Probate of J. WALDBURG, Savannah, shall fair of the published public (
he register
four years; and keep a ; a comfortable two story and attic Jt *
B. A. PUTNAM plataton. I i' newspaper in this State for the space of three imzne6tkl352.e tf Iio f
buys county,at the ensuui; election in October official acts aud proceedings of the Governor, and dwelng house, containing ten rooms, and months before the day appointed for said hear
I St. Augustine.. shall,when required,lay she same,and all The works and build I or _1tn"t. \
iit. June 23d. papr ing. MIRACULOUS eeRir
Mr.' I. N. JOHXWV, who is on the }Plantation. minutes and vouchers relative thereto, necesr all buiding. order for immediate I" WILLIAM A.
FORWARD aril RavlrEq
T. u. V.ten ot Dural County.Circunstances will exhibit it and the otherland. General Assembly, and shall perform such other : Also a fine stock of several hundred Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern Extract of a Letter from /

induce to September 15th, 1833. i duties as may be required of him by law: Pro I OCUptOD. Durham and common breeds of Circuit of Florida. of India 'IFuft Tcfago, dated'Apri

t me again announce oidrd. That the term of office of the Secretary of'cattle, and a stock of about 80 full breed West April 21st, 1853. 81h.1852.! J.
*y eU U you as a candidate for re-election to the be elected under this amended Constitution lIot.&owm' ,
State to India Sheep, which will be sold with the plantation 1 TjJ; : .
New Goods! New GoodsrJUS i rvacrvuT ,.
Office of JUDOE of PROBATE of your Count,. shall not commence until the term of office i desired, or separately.ALSO. I, Stanilaus Glinski, Clerk of the Circuit Courtin 1 DEAR SIR : 1 deenVHaifaty.' *(yotf and

r is rnpeetfaD.01ieited received by steamer a rich and well rf the officer DOW elected shall expire. and fur Putnam County, do certify that the the I'ubJio at large to biforut you of a most sairacuJeos -' ,
support Stock Domestic SEC. 2. Be it enacted twenty above is a true copy of order on file in my oQee. dreadful 4
of and Fancy Dr Tbathe The tract known a"SL Ann, containing recovery frov that disease .
FELIX LIVINGSTON. I Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Cot and : third Clause of the third Article -675 acres, mostly f.high heavy hammock and Witness my 21st hand of and the seal of D.office,.this i DKOPST,and which under God.Was effecte(byi }'

OJ-GEORGG STONE: presents his name ai I Hat&c. tion of this :?tate be so altered and amended a''prairie, having a rich si from thiee to six feet [L. s.] day April. A. 1S53.S. i your invaluable Pilfc" I.. tapped five tisDev I.:.
Friend and Patrons of the Subscriber are to read a follows, viz: A State Treasurer and in depth, based on GLIXSKF 1 within eight months anal kHfaUy! treated by twe
a candidate for CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT solicited to cull and examine his present Stock Comptroller Pnblie Accounts shall be elected ALSO, S-3m Clerk C. C. of Putnam county. 1 medical pra tiuo'ra. hut e>oJ not get eared. *a-

COURT of Dual county at the October election consisting in part of- by the qualified electors of this State on the first The two tracts known respectively as''Mala Sept | tn I k d r .BT
,at the instance of several friends. Small fig'd Prints or Gingham's M.de Lines, Monday in October in the year 1S56, and ever Compra" and "Kclki Vesta," adjoining each :Notice. 1 stan.\ing.n I batt nuil:r; ne. this miraenleWI
Alpaccas, Mohair Lustres Brocade ca two years thereafter.SEC. other, and being at the head and on the East -4 I ineUi-ife cured me in th* ro-.nrM of six weeks.
ApriI.Lb. Chameleon Lustres, Persian Cloth, English Me- 3. Be it rlrlh"enacted, That the thirteenth -side of Matanzas River, and containing in all MONTHS after date I shaH apply to the (Signed) EUVTARD ROWLEY.

1'. 'II" .". U.WI &AI..fT. rinoes, Paramatta Cloths all wool; Plain and Clause of the fifth Article of the ConctituLion -1175 acres. The Southern half of. ala Compra, SIX Hon..Jndge of Probate for Dural county INFALLIBLE CCRE OT A "TOStAfcH tinI'UlJrTi

I respectfully announce wyself fellotr-eit- Fic'd M. de Lames, black and colored Silks, of this State be so altered and amended &1 which i il of heavy hammock and St. Ann, leimmediately I' for a final settlement an my 'I" .11.UX'1
heM I plain and embroidered Cashmere Shawl,Hosiery, to read a fo1owj viz> The Clerk of tbe Supreme II contiguous to St. Josephs, I on the estate of Ubadiah Congar, WITH lmun: au.P.Acuia
of Daval County,ms candidate for the : Gloves, Laces, Des Trimming, Bonnet Rib Court and crks of the Courts of Chancery, might be conveniently cultivated with it, tbW I I late of said county, deceased. _

office of CLERK OF TIlE CIR CUIT COURT I,, bons, very GaiLr t es, Jppe" shall be elected by the qualified electors of this forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of I je6-6m GEO. C. FLEMING. ExlTixl rJ a .LcTlet from Nr. S. CfotfaifMcmi

ef said Ce.ntl-p1 inl myself if elected, to I French Ties, of all State, on tbe frt Monday Octobcrin the year wards of 2000 ac. The balance of these up *t, rf Cl j1oJII. *ttr Bristol dated
I tlemen's Wear.A 1836, and every four years thereafter, and the: tracts is of Live Oak hammock based on closely
discharge my duties to the best of my abilities. very rich assortment of ready-made Coats, Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring inois- $500 CHALLENGE! July 14IA. 1852. .

,td I. V. GARSIE. :I I'ant\ ests, Hats, Boots, Shoes, and Bootees. the qualified electors, in such manner a is now tare, and of the first quality for Sa IslaiM Cotton To Professor H "i.LOwftTi .
Cravats,Scans, Ties, &c. or may hereafter b prescribed by law. I and Tobacco easily brought i DEAR Sin; I aa requeiteil by IIJaii.: .
bon. Friends of URIAH BOWDEN present I. Boys'Collr -a good assortment tlok hd. SEC. 4. Be it urh"reacted That the sixteenth under cultivation, having been in years passed HOBENSACKS WORM SYRUP.An Tb >ui,is,just arrived irons the West ladies to*

his name as a candidate for the office ofI1EI'tIFF I Negro Clothing and Cloth?-very Clause o Article of the Constu cultivated in Cotton. of which the yield was acquaint yim that fur a jxriod of eight years herselrand -
i Plel call and exainiue Goods and Pnces.bold tion of this State be, and the same is 8 frequently one bale of ginned cotton to the acre. article founded on Scientific principles, f.tmilr. suredfr'w eoathrtwd lftaaUh.
OFDVl'JL COUNTY at the follows viz compounded with purely vegetable substances, from Ji-torders of the liver and stomach,
fur cash only. altered and amended a to read as : There is on the place a large number of sweet arming
October election. L. B. AMERMAN. There shall be an Attorney General for the State, range, pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach I| being perfectly safe when taken, and has never indge5tiou: los* of appetite violent,headaches

June 1. 1853. who shall reside at the seat of Government ; it trees, and an extensive sour orange grove, all i been known to fail in curing the most obstinate pains in tbe rid?, weakliest' and general debflitr. .
September 2 of the .t Ir ums can never exist when this remedy for wiiirfa si e consulted tit* most e eminent lathe .
_ shall be his duty to attend all sessions or which, with proper attention, can be easily case. > III,
Ma Eorroas Please announce tM name of General Assembly, and upon the passage of any restored to their once promising condition.All I is once used, from the fact that it not only de- colony without any b'ocficial result ; at last '

JOHN D McKlNLAY.as a candidate for the : i ::w4A act, to draft and submit t the General Assembly, of tbe above tracts are situated between I i stroys them but removes all the slime and mucus she had recourse to pour invaluable Pill, whichio -

Office of Tax Assessor and Collector for Dural a.-c at the tame session, all necessary forms of proceeding one or two miles from the ocean, of ,health !I which may remain. a very ebon time eSeeud so great a ehaag

County a. the election in October next, and SCHOOL win open in Jacksonville at the :under such laws, which when approved, location, and in convenient communication with TUB TAPE WORM. fir the better, that she continued then*,and too .

oUie A!ANY VOTL1IS. small Iwellingbclonging to Mr. C. Summers shall be published therewith, and be shall per the City of St. Augustine, being about thirty I This worn is the most difficult one to destroyof wkole family were restored to health that and she IUnItLFu has witnessed ?

-. corner of Ocean and Monroe sts taught form such other duties as may be prescribed by wilci to the South, by land, and about the same all that inhabit the human bod,. It grows to har, she desires me to virtues say in thess -

Columbia Coanty.OcWe by a young Lady who feel Cn5dnt. that law; he shall be elected by the qualified electors distance by water, by the Matanzas River. an almost indefinite length, and becoming so their incidental extraordinary to chiljren. tartieularly cvnvplainU la
October in
are antborired to announce GEORGE will give entire satisfaction to She of this State on the first Monday of ALSO, I coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomachas aearkti .. havieg effected

S.:HERBERT as a candidate for re-ele-tioa to 1 wi commence oa the 19th of the present month, the year 1 lj36? and every four years thereafter, The tract known a"New Hope," lying 16mi's to produce Pitt, St. Pilus Dana 4oc.which cases of measles of these and diseases with no other rem
the address
the Governor positive cures
the office of JCME OF P OCATE of Columbia session to continue 12 weeks. She will teach but may be removed by the Houses, on the General by water North of St.Augustine and be- is the cause of many going to the grave, not believing (Signed) S.,OOWEj. .
county, at.Ue ensuing election in October next. I I Spelling, Defining,iteading.tgitjng,and Arithmetic ofwothid two services twee the North river and Guana creek both I that these complaints have their origin edy. C
Grammar, Philosophy, Natural Assembly, "hall receive for his for boats. It contains 575 from Warm 1 '
; Geography. law Provided. jvagable large acres I the Tape ; consequently they do not These celebrated Pins art tianderfullycocious eJ ,
New Goods! New ( cuJfsr! Moral and Intellectual; Ph'uiology, Alge! a compensation to be bed by : of hammock and pine land,and is well situated '!'nse the proper medicines for their diseasi. To ill the fiJIowin tomlaivtt "
Generalto
bra. Histor Mod jni and Ancient,and any other I IItudie That the term of,office of the Attorney and, adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock : those who are aQiete.l with this awful foe to ,"

fTMJK Undersigned; is new receiving his Fall or tha may be ncce&utry to the be elected under this amended Constitution aisfbg. I health, 1 recommend the use of my Worm Syrup Ague- Dro.1'u_. .__ ,--a:_. .
.MStock of GoodI-eolUUtin of advancement of pupiL Recommendationscan shall not commence until the term of office.of the ALSO, and letter Pill,. The Syrup to be taken in .Asinma 1.I1111HU'I' Liver.us.v eomplts1

Dry Good, Boots and Shoeg, be procured from reliable sources. officer now elected shall expire. 9300 acres unimproved Jndt. Salt Spring," doses of two table spoonfuls, three times a day; Bilious eorapTts skin Erysipelas Female 'LumbagoBcvelcompl'ts -
Grouriu.Saddlery.' She wishes all pupils to begin at the commencement SEC.5. Be it further enacted, That sid elections -at the north end ot Le Geore the St. then take from five to eight of my Liver Pills to Blotches no laritieJ rrregu- Fever*of all "

of the quarter, and they will be expected shall be conducted and the returns thereof Johns river,immediately Drayton Island.The dislodge and pass the Worm,. By strictly following Fits kind '
hardware and Hats and Caps t settle at lh expiration of half the made :n the manner now jreacrihed. or which trade embraces "Salt Spring" and "Salt these directions, the most obstinate cases of Colics RhenmatLnrf c Umri'+-:,

Cutlery t Crockery Glass an d quarter.Terms may hereafter be prescribed the election Spring creek," which nearly equally di"ide it Tape Worm can be speedily cured. Pile Retention of of the bowel *
Wince Liquora Stone Ware Tuition for those who spell, read, and of member to Congress from this State ; through its whole length, and is navigable Cromthe nOUikU, or STOMACH WORM. Gout the Urine" Headache
Junior other Studies will constitute and it shall be the duty of the Governor to i.aecomminions four feet is found in the small intestines Con mpLiol '
Bagging t wine Wood WillowWare i write- Clan$4: river for boats of thre. or draught This worm usually Debility I&iBgestioa .
Tin i Senior Clauei-$5. She will perform her under the seal of the State, t the lie land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the first .and is the worm most common to children; Scrofula Evil or SurnTbro1d Stone&Grant' .

Ice. Ix.. Waie. dotes fiithfully,and hopes to receive a share of persons receiving the highest number of votes for quality, entirely free from Palmetto of any kind, yet it is not entirely confined to them, as adclts King's : Tie DouIozreTuoutotom ,. '
Comprising a compete Stock, selected carefully patronage. of ihe community. the said s"erJ offices. ud thoncht to be good cotton land together with have frequently been known to suffer with them. Secondary -- :TefterealfcWorms .:
for this Market. lie has also just received I SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY.-Passed the Houseof i Ulcenf
per JACKSONVILLE, September 13. 1353. 4t some considerable bodies of cabbage and live The Symptom most prominent while affected Weaknesartions "
brig AHaretti. a large lot of FURNITURE Representatives by the Constitutional majority, oak hammock,and prairie the creek I with this worm are hardness and fullness of,the ofalt &
wlaicla.oceUaer.ith his entire Stock he flatters 3 1S53. Passed, the Senatn by the cntigou kinds frfln whatever ciuse, *,,. .
HEADQUARTERS, January The location also constructing belly, slimy stools,looseness of, the bowels, pick.
himself via girt satisfaction to purchasers, in I 4TH BEIOADE FLA.MrT.rru Constitutional majority January 6,183. one of the largest and most practicable water i i ng at the nose, a btueish streak under the eyes Sold ai di'wUhiiinment of Prtfs. HaHeway. -'

quality and ce.Call ., Jcly 16th, IS53. powers, as, independent of the from the 1 &e. If you or any of your children have any of : .244 Strand,, (near.Te"n'pl.,Bar.) Leado/
and pee11 at the Store by the CHAELESTO Order W.. 5, OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE, lCapio. spring, the waters of lake fo. about four the above symptom, HOB EN SACK'S WORM and bY all vemlerf or-TedieiJI'r6" the;

8TKAJRK1* 'WHAEF.pt2J T. ELLWOOD BUCK MAN, of the County Ttlhntt. March ZS, 1S3. S' miles in length by one mile CherhelJ may be SYRUP can safely be depended open- By usingit i United States,in i,6. al 37| e.;Wo.,and |1 ittmacho
LIVINGSTON. AKent. is I, Secretary of St canal of about 16 chains in certain sale aatf Wta.ksk'byth principal 11mg bens.tinsbeUloMestrs.k.Uk :
of.Dnval and State of Florida hereby ap- available by a yon have and speedy cure;
.
--:- x y-ATAIK 01 SaRi uncaae, wun me far th.S tdA nf. Fnid. fin hereby mae inexhaustible supply with if after using it according to the directions, the U.&. ..,. .
of yiedng'an' >
Ready-made Clotting.KECtJVEl plntQ title of MAJOR. He will be respectedaccordingly. ; i ; a true and correct copy teorgwa a fall of The spring itself, the patient is not restored to health and the worms I New York C "t

'SUST_ ). by steamer, a fresh in this office. ;water,-pf.which has been analyzed by Prof. thoroughly eradicated from the system, you can i '.fig-There. fcr'a" 01I _'nIL'-fhi. C iyuilnir'he
stock of Superior Ready-made Clothing, of : ED. HOPKINS, Testimony Whereof I have hereunto'Chelton.f f New York,and shown to be of val- rest assured there is no remedy beyond the grave, ( htrgrr wte*. i --. jv *
the V best made and latest French styles; Blue! Sept. 15. Brig.Gen'l Com'g. affixed my signature and the Great Seal of'able medicinal properties is of capacious dimensions i As for fail there is no such word as fail;with .'_ N.B.--Dirtiti6-' the guWance of paUaettffn .
Cloth Freek and ress Coats; Rich Embroider- 1:? the 8tt of Florida. Done,at the Capitol, being GO yards in diameter, and most those who use my Warn Syrup.ASCAR.IDKS every dl-iorder are aiSxcd to qaV boLo ,? : ...

.4 Satin Vests; Black Doeskin Pants Fancv do. Notice. 2 in City Tallahassee on Monday, the. eligibly and picturequeJ1loe.ted. Its positionin small Thread "Worm*. For sale in Janb.IIilJI'l"1'Mc JT.t.AN/

all kinds of Hate Boots. Shoes, lie. I3oys( fore- 1a 2Sth day of Mach, A. D. 1S33, and seventyseventh a commercial or agricultural point of view, These worms to which the human system is liable A. eeIVlUIltL t.;,'- v. -
cautioned and '
Clothing. a toe.ment. ALL.persons are hereby trading for a year of the Independence. of the,i with its advantages in constructing a boat canal are the most troublesome of all other They. Jn23-1. : . :, -
from or of America.C.
States
United
Sold for cash only. purchasing of wily a few.mites across to the Gulf of Mexico
rectum
in the
Town of /known DOWNING are generally to'be found and if
the \V.
certain Lot in .
L. B. AMERMAN. must before long, draw the attention of the the irritation 1)oct. 'eltisiah Aslmrst r
.pn' very allowed to remain, from they :
in No. 17 said produce
I as Lot No.4, Square .as property Secretary of ..
Stte.J ilanters aad:merchant* or*that-fertile region. lay the foundation for Serious dirforde "
1
is mine, and the title thereto has been surreptitiously J iee.ct"nitut1rOd hess 3etsE
1 .
ALSO BdttMcJ J
,
of the bowels
such as inflammation
Wanted, obtained by anotbe.AUGUTl E GONZALES. To CIRCULAR SAW Owe., Two tractacoutsining6000acreson, west J, rangements of the stomach.' The best anil mutest W'far fee cure of aft ChronJ IMs.saeN4<

SIX geed able-bodied..Negro Hands, to work m and 4500 on the east side.of Su<.Johns ver.'J' Medicine that can be used is HOBEXSACK'f'tWmtM charge Brtade ftfr exaimaaOon smd pro&riptioaf?

deck of Mill, for, which good wages will September Ut to be, in Jacksonville,in a few bout 12 miles above Palatka, .and having a S\RUP.&aeh. if- the astonishing and what UKsMnt: iaipBrtanee,ai iharg will. .
bigly... weeks, (health permitting,) when,I shall DC I river front each of about four miles in extent. power of my Medicine. *,over .scBfat ;that I be macl.loV,fjnares, M they arc de*f at'any: .

TAYLOR, RICHARDSON It CO. Dissolution.nrUIE prepared to put in oie.and give iDrcio in That ott the west ofthe rivet is mostly of pine defy any one to produce a cart whftrf'off W r price Among If 9 felrC\1.Cl1n1t fib fltenfi., 'r' > rt .
nd lands and embraces the aits''of the Liver Pffls reeotemmdra be" CowpoandToftw PlSi; *
JSeptoaberZMt existing the management the special swamp Syrup and are tfc i ABILTh'1t1frt '
? Copartnership bertfor b with English Indian trading store of Panton Lest) & wilt All that is i .Antif.lrilo or "
contract. I will warrant them to cat 18- used that they not ear* necessary .
.Private JL. tween the undersigned George I Co., now known as"Hambly'sold store," whichis the in accordance witn directions Pile! Ointment; -, .. : .
Boarding.
thousandfeet
under the name, firm, and style of Kelly, Tima- horse.power from five thousand to eight is to'use, _Syrup other H1O forfeit for
and
Gonorrhea .
FrUIEaadersiciMid is prepared the, withdrawal per 12 boar,,according'to the convenience its beginning corner,and runs thence south to on each bottle;and in caw a gentle purgative '
to accommodate Bus t is this day dissolved by 'rai\aresBo.tighidc? ufuat reatedieaAHMedieiwesfinfulliMe.
.1. 'a wunber Boarders with good aceommo- > Co.of the undersigned from said firm,, of of the Mil! Contracts made for Mills, and warranted the widowFaugrees 0 : "old fields thence west and is required in order to allay the irritation .. ; : -
eatieni to cut thousand feet per day, put north to'a point opposite the beginning. The they produce, the Liver Pills, by their symp <
sa4 w raasenebU torms,at his residence which will take eight i AWrflneif-seeTes warrantedLJdress .= 'it
persons iawrt Dotc.J. the east side of the river lies between Drowie1
a and drawings one on action'and healthy operation' the
hising wpoxi
es the corner of Oeaaa and Adams streets.am up by m111. AII.p1' mae known'as allxin tfiMwetirttt to OrJeeiaa JL*burt -
"Mount
TIMANUS' for of Machinery in he places "Buffalo Bluff"J n4 bowels;is the most pleasant Medicine that cab. betaken.
E IAK UCL peW r .
SrpL CRESPO. Mil gene Jk0mrviIe .Eat. Fhid.pudsge
timbered .
ral. Any information given in the fucker. _:Besides large body af well ., 1M
IUId '
N -
: >. Jacksonville, September 14th, 1853., eW Columbus GeorSl pine lands it contains some excellent hammock, oileM c.n aud ei ill' ecrttet '" :
? HAY, HAV. (4t men time.,by addressing. me BOBXSXSACK'8 LIVER PILLS. "' MazehJ74C.. !
sites genileutcu.- = .
nd several well.wooded bluffs and.,eligible ferrccllo _. .
300'I"IUIe northern Hay, Just. SALETh 'undersigned offers for ** SAMUEL for residences.." By. a recent survey the west _No part of the system is more liabU.- ae' S -' ip. -
by FOR PIANOS from IEYS. been 2WO ,and the one than the Liver U being supplied with numerous Ladvemeita eai StetkftrTUB'in '
S pt.211. 'A. )' REED. one or two good one Agent for George ., tract has reduced to acres. ;
ot the best Manufacturers aj the North 47IS53. 18 on the cart side of tb-river to 34U6. It believed, blood 'vessels'and nerves' and if diseased the' BalerIIIiiY
4. LIME LINE. They can b and tested n August ", BaJtimore.C05DITOl. however;that the deficit win be made up- blood of coarse flowing through all parts_of the. _'o5crTfbr aJr\Haff.

B.rre3a' at Boarding House. Terms .ssr4 .' Powder Proposals for purchase will be received by A. body produces Z-tfcrr CneyAaiutsJzur4ire'Bit.jootAfections ders .
Id of:iasrt. b odred
300 coked for sals ualitl by Lime jut no t me all be thn 7..11.bowa' ...-, .ltIU. W. Walker, Esq of New Orleans. John' Peck.2sa. Ifytfeptia. ft'. fr.is ; _.crW. ....,__ ...c..u.-.-. _. -..i.i..
ma ---- ---- --- ere-.Ci WDICII .iy -
.ZL .A. M. REED.IIIOnCE .. Sept 8 .. A. .A. ,OCIIUS. -n..* -nowden. have.,been extensively. useiLwithgenelsstWlsctiOflOthOpuFp4 of Ne. Benjamin A. Lavender 'Esq. ,,iiILvuLYkwT, whodebeiq pMf_c6\tdrr.s.rs. '
.._ _. -' -- -- -- --' -- jjvtiae
of Baltimore, George .Washington, Esql of St. I ; torJackCreekthree.b
$* of in &endeditJ chills, succeeded by fever severe caoa1u'I1I.icsituatetuwi(.

*-AD persons an forewarned against MR.TOMAS McMlLLAN Is my ator II' proving the 'condition, of hones,"he.read Augustine, East Florida' -or- to myself at.ihe latter- pains in the region'of the Liver,vomiting,'bitter rd -F:&+ -.
.L tiMing wither harboring Mrs. llalwlhatrag be et during my absence by hard r' J P 'poU5'ol taste,yellow furred tongue, pulse foil and bounding Florida. Ta larffat ements*e s U are rgoodFraee.
't._ Uft lay fced and board without Stato. J' 41. .CLEILAND.September d a> wort to.manieatits.1t.ratire Ep11"M.:HERNANDEZSUAjignstine -.', ,the pain in the side is Increased by pressure, county ajDweflw-taad'etimr tomes.anA*.*

reoestlon.. I .d..iDectaot to pay wry 8th.. __ action lathe improved spirit and appearane. March 8th,1833.: ,mat 17-tf : should the left lobe be effeeted-tn pain is generally ftoe Peeeh()bSrttW1t erer two bunded f
'sbW"ilia' .'MayMobMt.'and 1 intend to of the animal and may be.ldY1e both as a ; in the left ftbonlder.with a short dry eeugb b rreet' ;?Thcre"are"alsw'.-th' -does
;
K ssmttAy porsea that fcarkws ner In any way Bricks .Bricks., preventative sad -cure.fr m1.tlDpl.int t, JLINdIfJ1 USE At akin beeoimsg i' ,.-*and'M Iftl hi .r gtsbig4..; .AUcte wu 1&zcaeiaUe tlIJIl'
ifEEDHAMbaod .ATtS.' which they are'-subject Hid. stools claycoloredThis disease can-be enred \and "'_eII

.. ,Z3&f o Northern Brick, of the best Appetite, ,YeUow.wt.:& Distem THESUBSCRIBER. by the DM of UOBEtfSACK'3 LIVER FILLS. ,_- }d> .rJo"f.. cm4to
t. quality, just received for blnc'L Keferenee hoa&4jssuceesseanbeglven. as they act directly npon.the sent ef the dftesn tf.n. .!, 4 '
: "4ft' ,1"Dft ssl.by 'A..M.HEED. pt. N .-. II' baring recently opened[ and then'operating' upon the bowels they aptlall .

septB _mytt "For.sale by, 'T.McMILLAN., tbe.bov.House,would reepeoUuii* w u.corrupt uQ :vitiated. afctttrftoaf. ibhrsj '(itt. G. '.. ;
E1rj7 ; general.ascan. -'
lieU the pat.roupof.&be poblieThere .
tea. i' 'k.iptpixAt- 4u-- it,
fifid;Sfeo e Maker. ; Andrewflwoo&ire at this time some Ave to st rooms nnoooapied. '_ iF i ---,
0riitT nc Bt ALL leld1' the with'fire places.':Th*HoweU f' ', ,. i *
ef sam *
.t t ." Inform ". Florida, several / .' 1\1 tii.tir
or 7irs Iv1i.fna' the UERSN'd.- a Cbi 40c within one hundred and fifty yards ef the Pest "Thesymptofflsf f Iyrppsfaand' i ti -.J: -: 1 Jf'*' *. <* '!*
t ,' S rtud immed Office and wharves;.undersigned tf Agent diseases,art disxinsss*the head,heartburn,oppression -
, order Gentlemen's Boots. Bootees. .
a'pn bre del twohorseHaek after eating; meals sourness
.1dege COMB and
Naere: "ft Ai-$ Ladies Shoes.Having ncently, estate, fortlen. frarhorso fceand sometimes ;Jaiga T PVwtVMT let
Ocala III stomach wi
boih tea the ,
.. ta law othe Mail limes Drtur
by
.suaz&rta. 4';'" ; Wokl be,pledge* hiav dul.yIsTOVea'Vltbln .tirqte ; .:'ForfartaerBartiealanapplyattheomoatel et the whole body.r From this U will srwisttsofsaielstrsouJ4.cubeaU.tcen,3at.OtP1I .;
p. satisfaction favor b1w1ththeIr.snton wise this notice win ; ly .
give way zrs1a Mat
dIuI WIO ud Nsw.i f'o the disease owes its origia to a
!he r.-MIID.11 so. .: ". a C'JfLE' ;, : ,A&TflUE. J.",WiUGfnVaartt. ,..' h.J_aaItIoD'fJ11tll.epblicu, _..'-.- A3BKEW. i''.' of the,'IJvsr and $tomaeh.t a. f -4"- -' :* *

... ;. DP lllti1)r15Jntt' .Bay. itr ett'.,war the <' ., "Q ',- Ex-oSeto- AdmlnIgtxatoi.&flgat.r -_: ., '. 'i'"i. JaD"'" ,-8.,1' - U<-,:;'- r :LIVER. 'FILtSU,tt. very'rwdielrt, oecetat. ,. : AlllgterClauzb!: Co ,
1thi :: r. .'
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..j.-JJ. ; IQA, ;. t U LICAN- '; '. 46AVANNSEMEN.. Regularly; fLake!? Monroe, "J.WASHINOTON. ADVLRTISEMENTb., PHILADELPNLA' ;.& NEWs .as "'A QriAQ.fIJlUy. *& eonard's_! <4' ;; :s.;

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; YORK :
.j
.atb 1LkrD ,' afu.t13AltJ\IISPIJ J7 __ ___1 Itipucarp. I1l5.rDjk'tJtlt.cX .. ,
CVUYTBtTUDU''AT f
Oalninv llts'tVal CoWtyiTS.I ..Ijy 1 I 1. MQRRELL.& Co.., :ISO having been purchased by Dr. iJNO''S: G'W"r-Tf 'A'1J 1j1R li., ,'h.mr-._. n. fZ CIoALL SH'AVIfe7-&On

to. .. A.S.SruK*,has resumed her regular 2'IO'siO'r; : S ... ,
.
COLttM1ftrs. oil E. w,, n' 1RtSllliEJ !n : trips from'}aeklenviUo!1 Lik,'Monroo-4oaCh. 'jj. jr J \ -S -r--. 0.. -t.Nl4
-> "HllQ : ijRm L. fr3t 1 : of/toe
Gold.Udsn.verW .
*Tfcisri.t vThr1eV Dftllara ber annum*, payablewjn'&rteTinjthe : f! : lug M the intermediate landings.. : ._ Auditor; Treasnrr.JGcVVflt .- *" *-' Jewelry. C ", ; : 'tittTa .

,o.. Paper- : UETS WILDINGS' Bhe will leave Jacksonville:every" Satordl1mOrDiDg attend to,,'CIafan? before Congress,,and the and ,Silver, *Waxey '".
"
fSttW ,it DOt paid' before"the expiration BroagMont., 8.T*. fc.Oa. at 8 o'clock;" atriflng''.t.'Palatb same. "'" S Departments.at Wadjington.He !retail, at maeh-j'less ibin tile nsusl prieeWReal rat '"
.
th .
year;are cbartted 8--:. 1 W. MORggtbl, .,N..F. WEBSTER.. evening Palatka: 7 'roten'to reasonable.,men tb1'oagbou'tbe' .1' J \
Advertisements willb* inserted atb'e following Leave every Mondayj morning- at Union who have bad business with him;and !JU1tGENSEN TCHES. ,. : -t.

rate* jt>Be Dollar per qaare (twelve lines) for house' Furnishing Establishment o'clock, for Enterprise. ; arriving at" Enterprise. he relies rot success upon. hit farnrnarit'Wth the Jnles'Jurrensen ;:re eeiti by "verrival ,, :'J'/j h_
the night e'
irrt same r-
.
;and.Sevcnty.Five Cents for every*nV-se- routine of business.' ry a with him with each '
Fnrnltnre Wholesale and Uetall. Sarah carries the U. S -Mailfrom "
< The Braiding :
insertion. y ;
To literal WASHINGTON May 10,1853. Watch S J4
yearly Advertiser a ,warranted perfect time-k
"
call further at- epers. ,
the
dtseonnttrQI be made., subscriber desires to Palatka Enterprise. She will be 00 onrhauled __" > S '
.All transient Advcrlisetnenti THE .well the COOPER WATCIIKS, ... ,t'
( of the Florida public to his as to be in ;excellent condition for -
with'the'except office)by nuut persons be n ving a riuiain acconnt I known establishment for the MIl cfFURKITUREand service and tht accommodation of passengers ...z. D. G1LMAN,-, Duplex and Levers in Hunting' and Alagloses Ca 'tt
paid for to
previous publi- .. perfect timekeepers.INDEPENDENT.
HOUSE FURNISHING B1SBEE.-CANOVA
!tton. c* DESCRIPTION. S Utm O a maooo.= : -' ., :
PCI'IO at a distance can govern lhir remit rJZR14LSofeveTt__. _' 'AprU'-f. Agents. LVANI' SECOND, _.
taaees ti nlriA"n onVlVrinn-hantii. can snrTIV>neraselvea : ] ENN AVENUE, and ,
for advertising,by the fallowing reizne Quarter Second Watches for; timing .
for
.square (twelve lin .s) i.uWidhpil x month ; aj.JarLirle store stock.for general nse-or FARE REDUCED., W A 8 H I N O T,0 17,0 1 TV'f horses in gold and silver cases.. .oil'
for- V* '. -.- forming a Rood
.
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10 Everything in the line business mentioned Inventor and Salt ProprietOr'or -' : CllnO OJlETEns.
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ftTwo
squares, l nfi month*, 13 Parlor,Hall. Bedroom 'S plendkl Gold Pocket Chronometers, wbieli ,
.
Legal and otber kept on hand 'including FORe.FHILA-DELPHIA OILMAN'S .. ," <.
6 Notices Borinw Cards per an. 10' and Kitchen Furniture, and sales wiU be made run without any variation I .., .

Application to debtors for lettcnof and e.c1itbt1l.a lmiiiittmtc- 7 3 upon as good terms. ns ,Abases can be effected' United States Mail Line. Instantaneous Liquid HairDye,_ 5' EIGHT DAY'WATCHED "S Mak ,rl' b' Cr.ne\0. 1ia" 1 >"\.'
< : .
n. S
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North. I. The wily 'lnllanta which it ""
.Jkotie4of at the Oair-Dye, pet' f Watches which run ight 'da" ., arid '
mcrma
:
Application fur 4iniia as Adwinis Old established stand Sjavannab, Ga. manent'For S ent.Iatherofa7..z3. ;
traUr : -
Sp. ; $10 inarch 24 sale by E AMEL WATCHES,. ing Soap now in use. j.
and'Savannals
Steam Navigation
For Philadelphia
&nouneVent ofeniflIatc for office, 5 JOHN M. PAYNE. .for Ladies, some in bunting,cases. ,
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No announcement will be made uulcts the s. m" Company.
DOYLE J
& Jacksonville
t>e&eOOlO ala with the amount charged. MpMAHON -csrR1HF; new and splendid side- Florida.S DIAMOND WATCHES. LEO f RD'S"
1LA'V'ORlNftRACTS'name1y '
.Editorial .notices for private boucEt will be WHOLESALE DEALERS IN -" I[ wheel steamship 'GLMAN'S LIQUFD HAIR-DYE is the only rtlclenow for Ladies' some In magic'ca "

.ch&rgeddouble the rate of fI ertiEing. a: 3jHB3=Hsi "STATE OF GEORGIA," used in this city. Gentlemen who wear M OIC'WATCHES' T ; LemonVanilIa' ,'

.,.tteliJ ous.Obituary,aud \Carriuenotices,Will IIIICII1ES AND II llll1SIllS 1)0)( tonucgieierCapt. WALTER COLLINS' Whiskers or Mostocbios of a gray or reddish which change into three different watches. Peach! Orange, for Cakes; hd f

. oe' published graUx.t will leave Savannah as follows I hue, wishing to attend a Ball or Party, can appear i Watches which Wind Up" Pies, Custards .Creams feel ,At'.'

Communicaiions. must be.post p.lij FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Wednesday, July 13. Wednesday Sept.21. in a suit of black by' devoting one addi- and] tarn the bands"without any key! TCTJ choice, and exceedingly. G1I
r*fcrti>i'ii t_i.i TI.. .. ..__ J Octobers."l nal minute to their toilet In using the Very .
or- -h. NO. 190 BAY STREET, uty27.U celebrated article which beads thir notice.PhiladJphia Fine. Gold Lapine Watches,4 boles;, Housekeepers ,should..never::-.1ri ,
u 19.
.
10. October
CHARLESTONOLIVER .
ADVT1SEMNTS.- (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston & Co.) August August 24. November 2. [ Ledger' : jeweled. .- -. '.. $: themThose, who' delight,J'ilicioos t" 'd..

Formerly occupied by Chn Ilartridge, Esq. September 7. II November 16. my9 Fine Gold Detached Levers, 80 flavor and .exqniaita pefai0fulte
FARWUDJ Gold enamelled Watches, for the Ladies 85: '
GEORGIA. ,< Fr and Flower, will find 111'
sAVANNAH, This Ship has been built with the strictest regard Gold Patent Levers t.6f.
Wholesale English 35
Grocery Liquor, and JAMES DOYLE. to the MALONK & TAYLOR- Fl avoringEztracta ilI./:tht'5th1jt'.:
JOHN M'MAIIOX. safety and comfort other passengers Gold English Patent Levey, hUDt. eases, 8 ;

Provision( Dealer, jan27lyAHD1BSQ1S and her accommodations unsurpassed by any LUMBER' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Silver. Patent Levers as low U' '16 de eire:. : ,.: :'r..
<
No. 189 EAST SAY. CUAliLKSTON, steamship on the coast. Detached Levers, 14 '
constantly hand well Cabin Passage from Savannah to .FIRST' WHARF BETXW KOBLB ST.., and all other styles of Watches at low ,LEONARD r LEHPI.SYRuP: !
HAH ( a selected !stock -ft coFACTORS PhiIa2 PHILADELPHIA, equally made from FaulT iiuteM :
Liquors-And 'Groceries dclphia, 0 prices orom.J.ctJ
waich ha olTer Very retpcctfulJysolicit consignments of ._ .. ,... '
for salAlw Order from the country careCully AND GENERAL Steerage, 8C. Southern Lumber D)4 tmQiJtm S S aI'an aI\\ the ordiiiarj kind* i inosmIj'-

nd promptly attended to. COMMISSION MERCHANTS l. A. L.-L AM AR.Agent In- Savannah. Refer Shingles, &c. &c. Diamond Ear-rings< Pinnj;Bracelets, Fin c' far more pleasant ;:1)ul"116I1 "

. -rua-Cull' OK CITY ACCJrrUc.:. I HERON & MARTIN, A. MCCALT.A to'R, Cashier ings, and Crosses,for sale at mach less tbun j I ful'and'wholesome,'and males\lie 1I.
Camden Bank N. J. .
AJII'U 1.1" ', SAVANNAH, GA. Feb. 24-tf Agent in Philadelphia. JONATHAN BROCK; Philadelphia; the. usual prices. agreeable of summer drinks1 "JtLEONARD'S

;;.'. GEOIABBOTT a.IN-OTRSOX, L."'.'A DEnSOY,,J J. JACKSO. *. "- E. T. KICRARDSOX, do JEWELRY. '
: & co., i All kinds of HOLD MUSTARD. '.
T. E. BrcJtmAN. Jacksonville Florida. CHAINS. Pure Got I
J'11127.1' jj ,
f I HOi. .U,: s HETAU.. DCALKR5 IN I f' OppositionLine. carryingthe February, lt)53.) WEDDING RINGS, Gold KEYS and SEALS, irons of mine,Mustard that la'notSalf

STOVK DEPOT U. S. Mail Gold PENS and PENCILS. Gold 'and SilverTHIMBLESBRACELETSBREASTPINS rice-flour,: and wish it, perfectly iwuf

should Leonard's Pare Mustard
BANES GOULD & CO.I. try salt
.
GENERAL FURTflSIINC WARE CUFF PINS, .LCCKETS 'EAK'"RINGS
AND JlETWF.EN'Palatka ,
.
:'OffiS; YAENISH HOUSE. Fla and Savannah Ga. Publish the following ValnRbleLA Gold and Silver SPECTACLES Gold TOOTH they will enjoy, an article err diff ra ,

,: PICKS,CllARl\1 CIL1TELEINE from what is usually called ilaitarL,. ,-.
\ 'CLASS, PUTTY 10 12 AND 1-1 DAIL'IARDjlTJlEE1, lAVA\'iA GEO. (INSIDE ALl. TIlE WAY) W BOOKS. &0. &e. CHAINS,

And every dc erl;>ll*ii of 1'itliilj fount, THE Subscriber most respectfully invites a Via Picoala. Black Creek and Jacksonville, Tuhnsnn's Case, 3 vols., 2d ed., with a Silver Ware. -
,- < In a PnluC Sturr, at his Establishment, where e\"cryelTurt .,
will be made to give satisfaction. The largest Fla., and St. Mary's, Brunswick, and Darien :- large number of adJitional cases ; STERLING SILVER SPOON, CUP, FORK. ,"
No. 97 East Bay Charleston S. C I C.iines' 3d ed. 3 vols Anson's Nisi Bardo1te''Tast Ies >
nn.l most varied assortment of Cooking and 1 ar- Ga. Reports ; PIE KNIVES, NAPKIN RINGS FRUIT KNIVES J

-A1oon lor Stoves, from the best Manmasiures. AH L : STEAM PACKET Prios Reports 2J ed., with many additional WEDDING CAKE KNIVES &1. &C.
band Fresh Ph'a1ol Burning kinds of Hollow Ware Hardware. Cuttlcry TIlE cases J6hn on's 20 vol the latest Watches WORM SUGAR DROPS
Fluid and I '" iJ N.I ; Reports, and Jewelry exchanged. All Watch
every description of L.:nj.< nr.rj Chaadelieri Wooden-ware Brushes,Guns-single and double VELAKI.Captain ..
for burning the name, at the \Iaiiufactaba I rrels, Pistols,Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps, KING, loaves Palatka every Monday morning and best edition; Cowen's New York es warranted to keep good. time,, or the mone;, -
-era'priCei. i at o'clock.. 9 vols. Wendell's New York Reports returned.
&c,. &3. Also constantly manufacturing all] Reports, ; .
Repairs.All
Agent for Blake's Fire Proif Paint. kinds of Plain, Planisbedand Japaned Tin-ware Arrives at Jacksonville same evening. and 26 vols.; Hill's N. Y. Reports, 7 kind of Watches
Clocks cleaned
and
leaves
April 7-y Camphene and Burning Fluid -ennstantly on: Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching vols Denio's N. Y. vols. Bar- and
Reports in the best
J. J. MAURICE. at all the intermediate places as above. ; ; repaired manner, at .much less than I
hand. (O&n27-Jy I Through Fare from Palatka, Picolata and bour's Law Reports, 13 vols., N. Y.: Con the usual prices.

; Johnston, Crew3 & Brawlcy, i Black Creek '. .' -, $S 00 stock's Reports, 4 vols., N. Y.; SandforJ's Goods sent by express or mail to all parts of
PRICE & VEADEE
the United States.
IMPORTF.RS. ANDVH1I.K AI.E Dt .tUr.s IX Through Fare from Jacksonville' .6 00 Superior Court Reports 2 vols.; Johnson's

DRY' GOOD'S' 147, CCf-N.. The Welaka connects wltl1.thesteanllblp Chancery Reports, 7 vols.; HOII ins' N. Y. GEO. ALLEN, )
street Savannah State of Georgia, for Philadelphia. Importer of Wateftei'aiiWholesale Jewelry,
Bay "
Ch. Reports Paige's N. Y. Ch. \
Reports
%o.181 K AST KAY,(;11.HLISl.'Or,!?.r. ; and ,
all times keep a large assortment of fine Retail, .
10 vols. Edwards'
AT N. Y. Chancery
AGENTS. ; i e-
.
CLOTHS, JTo. 11 Wall at.,2(1 floor, near Broad tray,
A. S. JOHXPOS, J. H. BKAWLF.V, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS, K.. R. DUKE, Palatka.F. ports, 4 vols.; Hoffman's Ch. Reports, 2d June 16-y NEW YORK.

A. J. CREWS JAMES: >. CRAWLKV, Which they are prepared to make to measure intbe S. M.WAVER LAFFITEAU&CO., Jacksonville.Savannah. ed.; Sand ford's Chancery Reports N. Y., 4 I

AUSTIN. CANNADAV, A. S. J. PEUKV. bc=t manner. AIoReadymade.Clothlng. Feb.24-tf reds.; Harbour's Ch. Reports, 3 vols., N. Y.; FIRE AND LIFE IWSURAKCE

jan 6-ly __ Clarke's Chancery Reports, N. Y.; English They contain no calomel or mercury n i

A large Stock of FINE Clothing, of good ma United States Mail Line Chancery Repoits 35 volumes-formerly AGENCY. any form,' or any deleterious ingredient

cllARL1s'1pN; and well made. condensed, hut now published verbatim, whatever, and are at once attractive to*
HOTELS With largevariE't.y of FANCY ARTICLES], BETWEKX with F Farmer. Fire Insurance Company of the the and
notes and references to both Englishand : eye, pleasant to taste nrlt
lat Cups Cane., Unu-rellas, 8hir.ts. Cravat, Utica, Kew York.
.a D. MIXKR.Meeting I Scarfs, &o. &c. All! of which will bold Palatka, Fla., and Savannah Ga,. American decisions by John A. Du:i- CAPITAL 200,000.F. in their operation; Children eat thea

43ir street !''tu'i'en llnyae ami Piaciuey, s at the LOWEST PRICES. (INSIDE ALL TIlE WAY,) l lap, Esq., two entire English volumes in G F. WEAVER, E.'J. with great aridity and pleasure. > ,
Ricnjuinsoji
'\ :J'CljAItLtSTO:. S. C. Savannah March 4th 1853._ 10-Iy( Via Picoh-ta, Black Creek, and Jacksonville! one American.; Phillipp* on Evidence, 5 President. tecretar, |r" .- ..f ,

jantHy _'i- __ ; WM. R. SYMONS Fla., and St. Mary's, Brunswick, and vols., with extensive notes and referencesby UTICA, Dec. 2, 1852..-
I Darien, Ga. the" lion. Ezek Cowen one of the Judges Granite Fire Insurance Company of Gent.-The freqaent calls and favorable

-H. JIS'Et ) DRAPER AND TAILOR, lT STEAM PACKET 'Vi I of the Supreme Court of the State of New Utica. 'reports 'we'' get f1he tue'bf BUe ,

:; Commission 3IercIiatit. AND DEALER IN ;. -" ..THE ,Capt. T. E. SILAS f. York, assisted by Nicholas Hill, Jun. Coun: CAPITAL $200,000- : < ', WORM SCOAB DROPS, remind mtv

M-HULESILE Dt:!UR "RE.DY- 1.\DE CLOTHING, leaves Palatka every Thursday morning at S sellor at Law; N. Y. Digest 4 vols., beinga GEO. CPETIS, Pres', War.L-h, DEDE CK, Sec'y. ?f the promise I recently made to! siad"'

In Groceries and .t i quo r s 4. NO. 17 irUtTTAKER STREET, o'clock. Digest of all the.N. Y. Common Law Reports Knickerbocker Fire Insurance;_ '/ r you some certificates taken by oe. Hnt

: NO. 139 EAr RAY, SAVANNAH, GA. Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings and: from the earliest period to the present AVaferford JT. Y. Company" with you will find ,eopiea,of-two,"IIania!
l leaves op Friday morning at 3 o'clock, touching time 1850 American Ha eZ's and WUliam Stanton'a both
CIUUI.E.VTOX, S. C. *GloveR Suppeniler?, Shirts, and Gentlemen; at all the intermediate points as above. ; Chancery Digest, 3 CAPITAL $150,000. ,.

Jtn6-Ty _._._____ Furnishing articles generally. The Steamer William Gaston eoi"icc:its vols. 3:1 "ed.; Bal bour's Chancery Practice, CHAS. CRAMER, f'rcat; t'. D. MOB, See'". honest and reliable men. the fatter hatng'been "
jnn27-ly with the Sew York Steamers every Sati ir- 2 vols., a new American work, with an extensive kao n tome nearly"tireniy jeara}

."CONDI0T, J2:1 DTGS 8t CD., -_ collection of Precedents; Wheeler'sCriminal Insures property against loss or damage by Today..rarmerJ'e Uedtand got tl**

WluiVs-al: *. niul HI'laII{ ; ""I.'r< in BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM, day.Through Fare from Palatka, Picolata, and Cases 3 vols; City Hall Recorder, fire or lightning on as reasonable terms as any second box; the first having'been adma-! .

$ADDL1S BRI9L13 BYm Black reek, $3 OO 6 vols. in 3 Conklln Treatise 2d ed. other solvent company. Applications received. istered with"Very favorable TMnJlaiioni1two
; 8
on S
Trough Fare from Jacksourille! 6 00 and policies issued by ,
the Practice of or three weeks since to a daugM
the U.
SADDLE .a-m m ill "m'm-I' AGF.''r'l. S. Court. Graham'sPractice A. WILBUR
CARPET DAGS.IIAHNKSS "
4- c: A. P. HERTZ Palatka. 3d ed. 2 vols; Graham's New Agent, 129 Congress street,Savannah, ; of his, ,thirteea years oLL;Ia'the. tit.

'VHIW.TItrNK ".I.t:, &C &C.. &C. I SAVANNAH, BOHGIA, BI; :BEE & CO., Jacksonville. Trials, 2d ed. enlarged; 13srber'J Criminal -'- -',--:- .___.:.r...___. .parents,.did not knu that the,LI
WHOLESALE DEALER IN CLAGHORN & CO., Savannah. Treatise 2d ed Charter Oak Life Inaraiie 'voided wormav but abaimmediately r.a
Panic's
C. C. 2 Company
NO. Reports
Ifi5 AlEKTIN't 1 : : sTHKET; Feb.21-tf ; .
BUTTER I Hartford,.Ct. ,covered her health..'r .* .* **
Ojtjtos.to! Cl.mf! >t
jan Charleston and Florida 17 vols.; Wheaton' Law of Nations; CAPITAL $2.10,000. with a large surplus. I in- Truly. iind respectftdt;, ours, r -.
6-ly :
nuL."TU- fo' ( DI.1ECT FROM '
__ domed by the State. ,
5" WlLUAM..BRISTOL .
Cowen's Treatise 3d ed. vols Benedict'
2 .1
? .
GOSHEN NEW YORK. ;
U. S. MAIL STEAMERS'p. .
American ALFRED GILL, Pres't; JAS.C. WAULET Sec'y. .
Dirt's Law of Vendors 5-
HAIDWAP.COURTNEY jan2T-lv_ CAROLINA and Admiralty Purchasers; 4lh ed.; Monell'sPacticl' II.vannah.L. BIRD, M. n. Ejuun'g Physician for Safor UTICA JoueJO 1851 '?
-
TErJrJEWT & Co. lIAUB\\'AHE. 2 vols. Archbold's Criminal Pleading I certify.that-J purchased ofMessm\ ,
,. ; ; This will issue
I company policies on the joint WM. BRISTOL & Co. before
DIP.CT lMPlflTkS .rali':4: GJ JU1.JiJB I.. 3 vols! Insurance. 2 Is. stock ;day yesterday -Jt
0" HAVE on band, and am constantly receiving ; Phillips on 'vc principle, and upon the mutual plan, thus box of Bafdotte's
HARDWARE, rUTLIiUY: GUNS, PIS. I 3d ed. Eden 3 vols Revised combining the benefits of both at the a Vennifni Sap ,
Injunctions
Tor$. &r.. a full supply of Hardware ; consisting of Through to Palatka in 24 to 30 Hours. ; on ; systems option Drops for child of mine f ivzdaba1L
of the a
insured. ,
Cutlery Utensils, Mill Snws. Crow Cut Statutes 4th ed. 2 vols. Adams >1
Cooking
,
; on
Ejectmelll -
.1'"o. 35 //,!Ifll' Street.G.B.TENNENT. Saws, Hues, Ch.lns.ailll.,Axes, blacksmith and The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every Connecticut ; vok. Policies will be issued at the lowest rates of years old whom I supposed oa bIe4 wit&worms.
31tr'Il" 3aiJ 29 e C Carpenters Tools and all other articles usually Saturday at 3 P. M. Returning will leave PA ; Reports, 12 premium that can be adopted and afford.requi J 'had tried to getYCrmiUdown p,
LATKA every Mondny ..t 7 AM., Picolata 10 They are constantly supplied with all the Report I site security to the insured and
WM.C
COURTN the
i4 f Y, kept in line of busincs. perpetuity to I her
niy several times but could not do
A. M. and Jacksonville of the various .
, States
11 JAM SB'EVA Tuesday at 3 A. M. as soon as published.AKCHBOLD'S institution. _, t
: S. C. HOPKINS, -- ,
Agent. The FLORIDA will leave it without' holding .berine tod "ahi :
Charleston ;
3an6-ly Policies issued for the ,
every benefit of-
' No. 177 St. a married
Congress Savannah Ga.jan27ly CRIMINAL PRACTICE
: &
Tuesday at 3 P. M. Returning will leave Pa would -vomit all But '
PLEADING woman, on the life of her husband or any other] cp1 again. after k
D A latka Thursday, 10 o'elock A. \.; Black Creek will enure to her she the taste of the Sccia
AI9BLER.HAACFACTCHtU The foregoing is the sixth American, from the: person separate. use, independently got 'ors, she.
3 P. M.
JNO. 31. COOI'KK ; Jacksonville Friday. 4o'clock A. M. of her husband and of the claims of I her cried for'
AM DKAI.EK INcu { 05 CO., These steamers connect with all the interio: twelfth and last London edition, of ARCH creditors more. Yesterday and to-day

CU.liB .c..r.r i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKR IK Stages of East Florida.-Mid connect both ay BOLD'S CRIMINAL PLEADING. Air.Archbold's we gave her,.the contents of the box, ana
161 MEETINd-STRKET, with the New York stcamxhips, Carolina Kail- writings have been before the public SLAVES INSURED on reasonable term. to._ay it ,brocght away ''FOURTEEN
Books
oj Stationery and nearly half a century-a proof of the high California and Australia Risks laken' LARGE *
jan6-ly CIIARLF.TON, s. c. roads Wilmington Roads. in which they are h<&ol. Thin edition esteach WORMS! some of them. f"t
CORNER WHITAKER & ST.JULIAN CQ-Passngo from Charleston to Jacksonville, A. S
ST S WILBUR, long. : ;
Wbol..ale lint fe ('\Varchoaor., Ao. ti: W.rI.g's U ige, $S; trom Charleston to Palatka $10. more comprehensive than any of its preaccessors.The 129 .
Agent, Congress ct. Savannah. MARTIN
0. 161 MEETING PT- opposite Charlesife SAVANNAH. Fur further particulars apply to former. editions were confined to Pleadingand my26-y HUBER: .A*

''' ton Hotel, ctiarietn. The undenlgDed 1:50.11 C OrER, WM. A. OLCOTT. E. ati' J. W. CALDWELL, CharlestoT Evidenc; The present,in addition to what '- 'Easfoft.he. .gra8lJ1-.
'ba in Storeand is coniUiiU.v receiving frant bis --. IIELLECUASSE & FIN EG AN. was contained in any of the others, treats very I. ..-

.. t..veral manufacturers all of the different kinds Printing and Bookbinding executed willneaine.ii & Jacksonville. fully of the different crimes, and of every branch: 'UTICINOY.I6'1852. "r
of HATS and CAP.S suitable for Iho wutbcrn R. R, REID, Palatk B of CRIMINAL PRACTICE/ consists of
and southwestern market, to which he invites the and despatch.Foreign Feb. 10-tf three ,volumes of nine hundred pages each, and Messrs. Vfa.. BRISTOL & Co, J'
attention of merchants dofirinif good* in his line. Books imported to order at N. Y.prices w-11 be'found by far the most extensive, thoroughand Gentlemen,- My little daughter, q

Having many years experience in th* business, he Feb 10.trParchment'_ _ _ NEW YORKPACKET useful work on criminal law ever published. 7 years, bad-been ailing for'three' '
flatters himself that in prices and quality his It eontaina all the American as well as English months'find fearing that she might*
t goods cannot be excelled. Pap! Letter-Copying: law, with appropriate practical. forms for .
D.t.
.UmJ..I
R every ,
.; LIN ] t troubled with about a week sI I J';
worms
is
No
e.w 'JJ&OOKS.-ThLJ Paper very tough; sto>s proceeding. lawyer, and certainly nojujgeor '
: ,. \V AI. M. 'l'UNNO and distinct copy and offers district attorney, should \with. ut a copy. bought at yoor :store a"'box\of"BAB-
the advantage rf texture and surface which may And for the student,wishing to obtain an insight wS. DO ITBS'SUGAR'DROPS, tnd idunhi-

Factor,and Commission Merchant, be written upon without cprcadinf. The Cooks 4i into Criminal Practice, as well :.as an accurate S. teredthem, all.to her in one day. _Withia
:; are well bound and pflgeu, and are sold and of the '
t For Florida at I the profound knowledge principles of ,
flqf: NO. S, SOUTHERN Produce,! manufacturer's prices in single ones or in quaii:ti. The New and Regular line of Packets between) Criminal Law, this is just tho Book. : twenty-four honfter" ,aha P f TiTWjanrTTwq.woaJiSy

J' WilAKF.- ties. New York, Jacksonville and Palatka, composed BANKS, GOULD & 'CO., iomeof,them.J

'i: Charleston, .S. C. PATENT DOUBLE' LEVERCOPl"Il\"G by tho new and fast-sailing schooners Ill Nassau st T New York. APOTHECARY v HALL or twel TO inches Ion;. We s *

PRESS. I Josepli Grlc-, 270 tons, A. ROGERS Coin'r. Ana 475 Broadway, Albany.Herrmann and Tea hernootheriaedkiae, ,Sme tim -

101J9i _________-__ With this press copies are taken with more J will<-ry ply regularly Oak, 160 between tons, J. S.tho ROGERS, Com'r, July 23. ,I. Depository. has been a different ehM entatrr.r '' ;f-*

.Jacksojiviile. Foundry' ease, and much quicker. than with the Screw! Agent in New York ports. ,So. 3, Dr. Uyrnt'm New Building Jsick-' She had not'slept well nJrht3> bot naed*

Ii, Press and others ordinarily in use. It does J. Meyer, 164 'VIlIIam'at. *onvllle.K.P. 2' to in her fr$
*.*,% ? AND not JOSEPH GRICE Water I ,. ". cry pot sleep,and: I was *
Xl CD Zzxi: c oat require o'f order.fastening down, and is not liable to get Agents in Jacksonville, New.York.. :c ,U we should not raise"her.. Now abe U fBK"tirelywelk
sOt B1SHEE & CANOVA. Publishes ;'f constantly on hand a 'Lwre 53ii.Having
"
METALLIC Agent in Palatka 'vi' and veil selected assortment If' -:. ,> .'
DAMPENER. '
THE UNITED STATES..ILLUSTRATED .
fill HE IUb.eriber'baIludl extensive R. K. DUKE. DRUGS previously used Tarioos\oyiJf
and the
of i and
Superseding use the Brush Wet ChEMICALS
Cloth
JLvaluable. Improvements in their establish and Blotting Paper, (saving all the time and trou: All goods directed to theircare will be promptly i EAST. ,No..1, Containing accurate views and de- just received by late zufyats worm medidneain'my family c&a&J&'
ment, are now ccriptire articles of the ,warranted fresh .
furnishSteaoT forwarded. Presidc .
prepared .o ble incident to their use;)with it a perfect ;. > S ,, ut a genuine. Also and recommend,BAsfjOTri's.Djtors'M ge(
Engiue .jr a-iy required from be copy September 4tli 1852.. 23tfNQTJCE. House in Washington; Niagara PERFUMER; COMBS : .
to power may always secured with any press. Falls BRUSHES, SOAPS: able to all ofteV remedies,fir the el o" ;
.De LAMPS
one hundred uor.e ; Barhyydt'g Lake Saratoga BURMAG
; 'bo near '
Sugar Saw Mills Mills, ; Agents for undersigned Georgia and are Florida the sila fur and the above exclusive articles I <,. ment.; and the Bunker'Hill M muS -- cub.FLUID' ,- &.o. &0.'.,''which will"be sold, low" (llri! ..eradication WILLIAM of worma',STANTO. ,-- ,:, < ,-!'


Hone Powers; ; they are, and enabled have to made dispose arrangements of them at the by which TV. allowed COL.ORE1)1PEItSON to travel on 'any of will the bp.reanerbe'boats WEST, No.. 1, Lake Irhaska, (sources of tho Misissippi Country; orders.solleited and 'pOTetnalry, attended -' .42 Water Street,Wo ,:
mai running -
.
Grist 'Uactarer's Physician's
Milk and all other machinery used I in ( prices. between Savannah and this unless ,) Falls of St.Anthony, (two; prescriptions put.up,with'care ;
'
port *
this accompanied and
t despatch.- -
country ,, plates,) and San Francisco. : -
American and EnglM by their master or own ", '', ,
Copying having a
Iron ,
and Brass .; Writing
C
.
ting!! PKICE ft
read *
Always
special ticket, to be retained the fifty.cents number. SODA'WATER ?
SUam Boat.'Saw Carmine and Red Lib, by Captain of per AND SYRUPS, 1118."J"
abort DotiCil- Mill and other repairing, at of the best quality, constantly on hand. Also the steamers and to be.endorsed 'required by Each:subscriber'to lEast'and'West receives a of my own manufacture in their highest state of I '
OCKAU Marking Ink the some well known person.,.Portie* interested will magnificent plate, "the Battle of Bunker Hill" perfection.in their season, "
tobe1 .
Machinery p rchaed (roiu n. will be by gallon or barrel. please take notice after ; had' at:the ..' I ', "'
this
as rule will i Trnmbull. 7.
be .
as a counter. it'
put la operation in any part of the State by They have also made( large additions to their forced. strictly. sn- premium. -
OOmpe&.eDt, machiui.tII, wbeD desired stock Writing Papers (f every description MVEU'S. VNIVERSVlII.. 't. : -
'f' and CLAGhORN & .. k&
npoa '
1. TEAS.Agent .
reasonable Liberal discounts CUNNINGHAM r ; & S
terms.Drawings made when sold'in quantities S.'M. ;" volIL' ._.,.,
'
of fire LAFFITEAU for the NewYork Pekin,
-
and estimates reams and upwards.Books Tea Company,
.-"-...0.... furnUhcd, without MathematicaJ Instrllmontl. .. _. n""n.. ..' roA.._ Agents at Savanna No..1, Containing the Views and Descriptiona Tea of direct Importation, and of thartflfoftnlr '-
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MOONEY & GOOKIN passes. Chains. Drafting Materialll- --, &- 0.-&e..v.- 'F. WAVER CO.:,. Columbia Bridge,. Susquehanna'Seenert'on rieties;tVont'to 1 Ibj in a package. all Warranted.

t'1. 'Founder They hue facilities roruecutin Bookbinding BISHEE'&f CANOVA the San Juan, Nic ira' and> at extremely low prices.
r and9'MdeAini, in all the ; -COUNTRY DEALERS
Ja various .t1Ies. and ormuing lank Agents-at Jaeksonvifie. nearVienna; supplied, 'DT'O. -
souvIll.4rulj I. I33. lo..b'TIlE ruled, to any pattern in which up they put __June 23, 1833. 3y7m"_ : : '.-' and.V alley of' Goecktn, fear. Conitantinople. .. EBIDO ACCOMASIKD-WITU CASH.' -
-- .. -
UNDEH0nin keens the best of stock.Also of Card,Circular, Label, y. Garden& Flow iSeedS
eon.Uptlyon
PHICK I Plants &c.T .
and Fancy ,
Printing. '
uda full rapTJyAf PAOIILY UttOCRUIEtVAND JOSEPH v. HERNANDEZ twentyJive'ce'tl. per number.
'&'ItIvnoNM, conliltlllr Foreign Books imported at New York prices.. ; Each subscriber to volumo'H.: 'S McMILLAN.
his '
ClrGolheD partly JOHN M. COOPEK formal receives an my26-y _. "
Ratkr. Chee Lord lam, k & CO. DRAPER TAILOR Picture the Maid of Saragossa, as a S
Bacon Side*md 1I"qt.i'p.r. Flour, Savannah, Feb. 10th. mmm with the last unmbcr. pro "
'JACK Jv 14 Dr.. ,4.. Unham's, Veeetahla. .I
Sugar o/atl klivls, Oflce Tc,. Soda,Hotter. -- ynCT."tJu w s 9ILLEE.. .F. ,. ----- "
COOPJIAN't :
Baking ,
und8o1toflSrackeN, Pilot Bread ,Establishment. u imi\.nnnL>;it returns laanKS "IJilp JBHectuary.
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' Beans.. .,. '-t&tos4I'obaeco.. ?p.Segttt,Snoffi. of Jacksonville with the liberal) patronage he, bu received, and hopes, General Commission Merchant A, certain Cur'for PHet, either'Internal t

4- ", ; ." uor'' GODnUE, ', by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance 86 WATER ,orZCxtcriial, ,., Bleeding,e r.Blind; ..l-, ;
Braajy Fruits Prewrrt, Pmn, FOR CASH, AND VA&U ONLY 'of the same Having just received- fine ST'V'J'ORK..: .. for all -"
Sardtnei SiaTcr and Inflammatory .
Ceroao Br His store is situated &iliOrtmcnt or Goods onst3tlDg$ of.blue prompt attention given,to thtaa.lo of ALSO Diseases affections --. 1 ,. .
ady, Ptacli do., Scwtoh -.\Vbbk,, on'Bay-street, 2 doors CLOTH and black all articles of produce .. the Skin and Impurities of the Btood- 0. ;i
from ofdiferent # "
.be entrusted
old corner of Wm. quaJitie..blaok to hIs '
OBrtnirabeU and we'
VW k Ma- Alsop (at colored from
11. HoIUoU'tHlB. present arising '
Mr F.'W aver &Go's,) where be CASIIMERES"l.INENS; and mUL.LS i and tVI"<'rd0rr0iaptl/>PUed with.-' an1'lOurce. Prepared and sold o lr Lonarks .
< Wlnv, $erry do.. Port tlo.,Claret do., can had at all time ,for apI '' -- br the original proprietor at \is Medical oasJ
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Lhamaa.,AIPtbe. BHEAfj VAK H and P4S7'lZYofeyeryde. fants. $TINGS of different patterns. TRIM- : ---r- .. 196 ,Eoweryr New: 'York, ,and Offiqo. ;,
.. criptioa ... &o., &o.:, direct from thqj'Iorh bjr hia/agenta : ." W
he
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'f -m nne.a pre <"C 1 throughout .United.States.- O"" '.. _
Dry Good*. ,hV**. UUakoU, to Persons from the country will find U convenient-- pared" to exeoate all'work entrusted his care ;Pt'IOTmt m1-signature in .Tho.-genwuhae .(" .v ', l .' .. ..'f:
with vyownhandwritine.r z E B
MjUph jriU atU.low, f.,. & to supply themlVlr.urith these articles fresh despatch, and, la a .workmanlike, IT"'rm ftMJ.
e *htr: nroC at manner. General I For sale atf $
4u A : : T'( e4Ity 11YEK his counter-: Private families reglllarl11upplied lIe Invite all to give tln a call on Kewpan ..., :.Commission! HercljantSr: .J 'AP.o'fHECARY'ILUr.- S. kiDw.-or.BaUm; C arand' ta1t'JantageoTor
A ? ir. : Ja town 2d door from Dr. ', 1/J. Front'I'tre.t'WJL1.iattend .1 ,, t .
heretofore'
Byrn ,
Jyji... j Jr ** "' ? .. ." as ._ now buildinr.-assnrinz .I.ld.a L.u. / Q ".0 \ : Ye' H.
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the
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l&J1let wlllh1ng. furnished public that. hi. prkui shall tTp ta.s, w.ror .: .
pastry moderate
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can at all alf, : .g1 'perrecUT-fl ;G4r_,
a New, Qrroc&ry.and Provision Stor& limes M accommodated, with;promptness. .and. on all garm nU warranted to fll", ., b' t,", to their promptJy.tq U.1IultDe ( sudI TiuiTei;, Court, itt DsirictiItj: co.; in.tan., fa: \B. .
reasonable terms. -0" .NU.uCntthig caro...I'artcular 'a'tt
_. '. HiT! W.-.LL >" t.a&In.. $,nftreps1rlnga h tlieshort_ .. I.le of pUoD.gIven .to>,t.h.'I ..Florida..Jwl..301.6ISsa..Jt.- otht1":. owIitrDiidi
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'I"" una rs ipnpi fespecKuiiyi inrorms mo cit- for the% liberal opponunuyorexprel.lnlmj'tnanu "\JoT- tlt:1h1"b:1J.rchuo-ol Turpol.. delt Jeea'U I .
evidences of fgoo., are "
JTalUKmvilt > "
( ifjklch i
iuotot ana vicinity that ''e"" encouragement S.N.Commission YlL.Iu1i: : ; I" j '
I Thomu. "
have already woeired.'and while Llbd'aralanemeuts p .tomacJlt.M6'\.U "f J--
bu opentdji n'ir tto-k ot. .. ,; respectfully ; : made OQ.ousiIJUDe i1g l -t5
asking a continuance, of the same feel ; ru.ry,9. l a.JT: .. .oo nd'"jf Yi lc .fl m1't''
FAMILY k b 'f
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,GROCEIUfi9t& fROVISO S. in claiming for the'(read which;I offer warranted .. Forwarding Merch't : P.-_ >I i -.Jobft1fJ.ih int!h ( Agq'JtJda'tlJ]I( 1, "
In Iw S"re formfrl'oe bPI by. 8.}' unsurpassed in all the ; qualities tt :J1EOEMJE: HE"defeda.nt-''an4.1rb ;(: irena fobsk1nr' sbiiW tSWtlI
JL essential which go to make .;; Jacksonville Kla. ; S4:i : t. te ,
-. "11 .vi. nt. I kb, ftafftfllffl palatable, i.- Gon.... i '; etebl..l1 n etGr it inatJ\aij.oq T 1 .eL < .
v" port; and whole ome, ' < :0..011'410. Uesobaa _. ,
wbert 'I : tj"t j "
tvenr ---S-I H .1U"
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deJ F tan _____' .Ito "
necMiary J *
Will WMMM to BM the'bee\flour S 'l00'W.u..tSp.UTi .att W ijttJUhmcllr aoaTJoappeaisjwd ''"'- fi': .
whJch : t
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be ebtabJe4.fr'tUo1'ab14 ,Unas,and forpub.'jl'jl.11 .OQ" temicein th art of ,with Ipn pRIKTIiia tlll 6nttnae*'ta fcb neattf '; WILL "Yo..r.rdl' $leaJhe'.cIi olsa.Uons Ale' 'ther4a !'I .FO.tUz.W. 1Fi.'t1.t r1Y : ,', '
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lnJ.Jeut4u,, pay .t"QtJOII Vav 1!
t i : : '
'lraf'bt. ", *,. ;> '.:, J hi at.thUh""blleaD Offlc 7andtb.' low PiDe 'uU'Dt.YeJI L"c'DI Po
me
pro II" JlJllI.t4tlllllrt Good Bread & .r4ers ; ; .tUiber;Uy.Oak 1 "
: .bf 'fcieadi ,, other -1 ii Lb
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111.1ijJ1Il"1'' ,,,j.J .9 WELL. nt In.thai Jlnsjs L'I 8outbY1 1t '
r4.It 1 repsofUUy mberandoj1 BaMIt. t't1
1\ ;" .' 'fl' J :: N.I\999fM44t: \ .e i'U'4" ') ',",-S' : :. I"'terch4 I..f, j.!ndorder' ." S *4ee-tf.tot' JI h. ,Inns, ',' '. Ju.Uoe of the Pisci! of Lhtbtns, $ v&ablefh41* H

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