The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: October 6, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00203
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MUSTANG, LINIMENT. felt In the Greejf patriarch and believe
our community V our are the'more stringent; but horn its.'naflve .
this paper win fall Into the bands of muj : last week on account of the non- of clergy and which contains the confirmation it is somewhat difficult to enforce them 'in herself by force of tint
AS are Dot ia the habit reading adrertiranenU arrival of the their-spiritual rri"ilt'Jtes'fill of course both countries. ,. greatly t the f of ail
Welaka .
.in newipanera, and ecpeeUliy those rela- Tltunday October 6th 1853. steamer from Savannah be regarded as a new proof of those' generous :' These expeditions got np in, the United hnndfe'd miles 01 the
ting tq'Pa.teaL Mediciaea w? deem it a duty to due here Sunday the 25th alt; Our :sentiment tand as, ,moreover, the States by a and with.itn indefinite Africa
tpanish geiierafj supposed :
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inform neh. and aluo tboM'who hare not
already learned person the Cut from their own ezperi- Suggestion, 'for Dior Malls. mails of the following Wednesday bring promulgation which 'of will his', firman affords a guarantee I to indicate a lawless! disposition 0n" the part i iorj;.arid has one of

eaee and obMrration, that the Mexican Mustang us the following statement of the cause of with regardlothe dispel f .vej. all ,fear of the American'people; comprised a very the most, important : ofrtbe _
Liniment U really truly and intrinsically, the The Savannah ritual which is the religion small '
V Republican makes the following the number of persons," some of whom Pacific. England other'
delay,, extracted from the Savannah i of H.ftM.
tat remedy ever before offered to 'H afflicted the Emperor of Russia I am '
were foreigners
rheumatism itiffneu suggestion, in connection with a notice News to' be enjoying the freedom .of numerous recent part
for neuralgia oreorenwsof : happy charged, '
'. tI, masdcB or tendon For eats, bruises i of !the new ""steamer St. Johns making the!: -with the 'duty of action. i in the Uniie'd States,:;hat refugees of the globe, has ,
.barns or acald,tore nipples,caked breutt, tt., plying ACCIDENT T THE STIME WELAKA. for present intimation.' V V As for the from very part of !ibe continent enjoyjn of the 16th pf Feb.rn ,. nol
,It it ,anriralled excellence,'and n hare prored'it between this river; and Savannah On Saturday last tbe steamer Welaka, Capt. guarantee the future, nothing will' be England.The reptaacb'whld, is cast nCedhalf 'of, the bet .

to oe a certain remedy for the We can,
therefore, confidently recommend it, and advise and Florida, are dependent upon when off Cabbage Island, 'broke both her regulated by the firman issued by the'Hatti moment,' east upnn 'England -by the 'continental the,Btateme'nts jrj t.t

'hag Tery utisfaction reader to try by giriig it, feeling relief.a certainty of gir- this route for their mail facilities, would it crank One of them' baving'broke from a boi Humayon i Ulahir, on the 15th of the month, by Re. : 1 powers.. .Eventswbichbave occur are; to !be relied upJn ,bcl'

v .NEw YORK:, Sa11 31, 1852. not be well for th*. Department atWashing- the iron 'the whol weight 'was 'necessarily inc, 1268 (February, 1852.) and explained red in London.since your 'despatch' was the reasons! assigned 1 1
that hare used the ton to contract with our lines of Florida thrown other, which also -i .: onfir'led by the firmans of written, strikingly'' iIIlJ trate'"tbe''difficulty Turkey are .
W hereby certify we com amjth'e l
mvnd known Mtb*MrfsUasJJniment.and haven boats to carry the mails! This arrangement gave way j instantaneously. A card.\from i8to-c, IntentIon.of H. M. the"Sultan and the risfc"hnder conslitutionif: "goVerrt- .The United StatM ,4" ,

betiuiion in recommending it as the best article I would put the government to very lit. the passengers, I another column, bears, the forced without u his'8onreiJfcisfoD'.t 'ben merits, of preventing abases of that hospital' Ti dTr"Mhr; tJIitt V
we have ever used for the care of sprains, Ille additional and it be fullest testimony to the energy and efficiency any alteration .< ,ity;, which it is the pnvilege.andj; of observanoe inlt 1ia which
rail*, cuts, bruises, &c., on hones. cst wouh renderins4I of The Sublime Porte. moreover, promises such for
I a great tbes Capt. King. and acknowledges the governments to extend to all who. seek. cel iu.'jestbae' ;
All who doubt this, will please call en the that *
ndersigned spontaneously modification -.t.
no -
and they will be happy to afford all of steam and telegrpbs of speed and progress prompt aid rendered them ii. their emergency inttoduced in the established will be it.'c'. by ihe nameo(the I la ( : They

ether information in their power at regards its we our South of d to by Capt. Brooks of the steamer Calhoun. without previous state of, affairs; There is no doubt widely prevalent.irt ihis are known* and 'o e ,tI1,
efficacy, &e. LUTZ DAl.L Co. ehare in the "general welfare,11 and we Immediately upon casting anchor, owing understanding with the country a (eelit.that the people'l of (Jubaarejustly same ,veneable .

Proprietors Manhattan Stage Co. make suggestion for the benefit of whomit to a heavy sea running at the time, the governments without of' Russia and France, arid .disaffected to, the government of slancJes in bar history tn,ti1

Extract from a letter dated may concern." cable broke ; a second anchor was then prejudice for the various Christian Spain. A recent. mpar.tial French, traveller. be'studied,more f ,-

SACRAMENTO Crrr, CaL, Ag. 15, 1852.I There' be thrown over board, by which the vessel was communities. V confirms this impression. All)! I ly,here than in akini
can no question as to the advantages In. the event of the
Court of
held until about Imperial Rus. the ordinary out of tbe 'of"th
believe the Mustang Liniment most 12 o'clock on Saturday political rights enjoyed in free wars .
an excellent sia
article. My wife brought a couple of hot which would accrue to the public night, when its cable also parted. making: such a request a proper locality countries are denied to the 'people of that to the''ear'1812, tb knew

tIes with her which must thank you for. from granting a mail to this, and all new The weather being extremely rough at will be assigned in the city of Jerusalem, Island.! The government is, in principle, the law of nations .ot

Since she came here, ray horse fell down with boats which to reach our river the time, the steamer drifted South of St.Calharine's or its evirois for the1 erection of a churchset the worst form of des(loti em, "it i absolute its s's malie' : 'marU V
me, and injured me considerably, but broke no arrange ports apart fcr the celebration of divine service authority delegated time ol'g a
Island about to powers viola l
bones. I had recourse to the Liniment, and the different from the mail twenty miles from Rissian a military vieefoy, *
days by 'ecclesiastics
upon regular and of
an and latioO'on
.relief,in fact the core, was astonishing. where the accident occurred, when she was supported by arhgrray from' abroad. I the part of 1794
(Signed) D. RAMSOM. bats; and we have no doubt, with the picked up by the Calhoun, at 10 o'clock on the hospital for nttion.k th i indigent, or sik pilgrims of speak of the nature of the government and iI..l mnilicalioR was'

Extract fro* a letter datedPISTTSBURS travel and communication which has been, Sunday morinl. and towed to this city last same V not of tbe individuals by whom it is ad- article ,of Jay's tt V

Pa., Oct. 5,1852. and is now increasing into the interior mails night at formal The Sutlime dccument Porte to this engages effect to which subscribea will '$inistered-for I have formed a very favorable on the,part of

Another cWcmstance which I noticed in Ohio, Much credit is due to Mr. Harris, the opinion of the personal character of the to accept an' illusory convention ,
I 1. might be provided with public advantage, to of the place theee pious establishments under the present captain general, as of of.1800. A ( ,- .
a few.days ago, thought spoke highly of the engineer Weaaho with five of the one or two of )
virtues of the Mustang being in the office of connect by stage, these lines with the in hands belonging in a small especial supervision of the general Cqnsu- his predecessors. Of tbe bad faith and the before a": 'new : _Q ra1

a physiciaa of high standing I noticed as he terior. We understand a coach has been boat i immediately after the accident, and late of Russia in Syria and Palestine. utter disregard of treaties with which this rights was o"m.ene er'l
opened the door of his book Qe, several bottles [fhe undersigned, &c.] bad One hundred .
of Misting, along side of which was an empty run from one point in the interior to Pa- reached Thunderbolt at 2 o'clock on Sunday government' is administered your Committees & :
Mustang bottle,and a two ounce preseeiplion vial morning, whence Mr. H. came afoot to this Modifications 'proposed by Turkey of points on the slave trade 'haV- spoken pro'erty'were swept r'
latka-this coach being connected with a marled by figures in the above. plainly the late British orders in .
filled with MmgUig Liniment on which wa city, to obtain assistance. The passengersand enough at session of Parlia
the following directions Rub the throat well house of public resort there-which has mails of the be forwardedby 1. The sultans have never ceased to.keep ment. Such being the state of things in Berlin and Milan 'order*
'night and morning with the Liniment and wrap been remunerated Wm. Weakvil watch the Cuba,it dues not and decrees were ai 'declared
a woolen eiotha"umdlt." J. P. FLEMING.B by passengers arriving at the morning. on maintenance of the immunities seem,to me very extraor -
H.Meekinn,189 Walnut-street,Cincinnati Palatka'by the earliest boat from Savannahor ,Tbe S3LVAnna.il-Republican states that the and privileges of this worship and this dinary or reproachful that ,throughout tbe to be1 in of V
was cootncd ta his bed and under treatment of a church in tht Ottoman empire, and to con- United States, a handful fmsimidedyoing; nations by thtwo each
physician some six weeks with neuralgia, />f the Charleston, and such a coach will, doubt. Welaka went to sea instead of going the firm them anew by solemn acts, which attested men should be found, ready to join a party speaking of the meas part,. V

whole .f his right side, leg arm and face; his less be kept up to meet the boats which inland passage to Darien and that the, ac &c. of foreigners. headed by a Spanish general In 1831, after'the rigin
sufferings were indescribable, and the only ces-
satin from the most agonizing pain, was while may arrive at Palatka on the intermediate occurred a few milessuth of War- 2. The communications. who wag able to persuade them, not as you bad; sunk tot
the influence of teM 3. Of Kuscuik and view it, "by armed Invasion to the tunes lo the grave,' I d ed
under opium or morpbine. His days of the mail boats. Then, of about 11 o'clock A. M. Kainadji, confirmed by excite
course a her
doctor finally advised him to try the Mustang that of Adrnnople relating to the obedient to revolt and the tranquil to disturbance decrees to have ,
Liniment; be did so, and in two days was able to mail could, with advantage, be provided for Letter from Mr. Everett. of Christian worship by the Porte.protection ," but, as they were led to believeto by a late and.partial -

go abouthia business, perfectly cured. such,a coach, and the mail matter it received -' 4. And to notify that H. M. the.. u1tan. aid an oppressed people in their struggle Cat kni. ''Fo the
A VOICE'ROM THE SOfTTH. We published week before last letter lor freedom. There is Hrltlst'tlnler, ;in V coU'il j) never '
would probably return an amount sufficient a 5. In the advantages granted or which unreason .to doubt
The Mexican Mustang Liniment has been nsed from Lord John Russell to Mr. shall be granted to other Christian communities that there are, at this moment, as rt'cdYJl1 : :
Crampton many
the per-
In to equal
my family, and on my plantation, for a great compensation paid the and sufferings of' <-
v ; those
variety of diseases requiring an external cot in the of Ottoman subjects.Feorn sons, foreigner as well as natives in Eng
application to statesmanlike of
response note
for mail service. But
in these jpoliatio'is ou'r
and has never failed to give immediate relief days: land, who entertain these feelings and opinions 6ioQ
and effect a permanent cure. I have cured postage stamps and stamped envelopes Mr. Everett, in reply to the proposal of the the Charleston Mercury.A as in the Un
several cases of rheumatism that had resisted the French and British Governments to the United Britain lay at a distance of hundred and ration. Tfiose re4garded
make one
kill of our best physicians. It has cured ringworms every man, or conveyance, perhaps, Letter from BIr. Everett. by. the : '
by a single application; chillblains in -a l legally a common carrier, it would be fully States, to enter into a triple non-intervention ten miles from Cuba instead of thirty-five tile Broughams g8
few days; toothache immediately; front bites When it was announced ihat Mr. EVERETT hundred, you might riot. with all jour re'u.u and
relating to Cuba. We ___ ,
treaty to-day ofth. _
as well, at least, that official r statesmen _._ fc
cuts, sores and by a few applications be had nna u --
corns ; nervous authority I publishedin the Boston papers a pressive inrce easy tprevenl a -
headache cured entirely. In fact, I have added to tbeee proposed new methods of copy tbe other dispatch from Mr. Crampton reply to the official comnvinication of Lord mall steamer, disguised as a traIing.essel. bug, a" a yi14tion of .:'
nsed it for almost everything and it has always relative to interview between from offfrom'an well as of sound : :,
an the British JOHN RUSSELL addressed to the British min slipping outport,i,the'night )
cared. I consider it the best medicine 1 have conveyance.
ever used WM. JOHNSON, I and French Ministers and Mr. Marcy; at ister at Washington felt as' if he had on an enterprise.I The expedition Ic v years the present i'W r ebie' (

Proprietor of the Marshall House. New Savannah and Philadelphia Steam- Washington. We also publish another committed an impropriety. We still think of General Torrijos; in 1S31, as far as illegality -I j jutice, placed by d'o/.

SAVANNAH, June 24, 1852 .hlp. agd it was a mistake to publish his commentary is concerned, is.Ute parallel of that of .the tribunals of E.i that
It will be seen by the advertisement in unexpected document, which has just cometo in the of formal Gerjeral Lopez. It was fitted in the orders iir no-
A. K. Moore, Esq., one of the editors and proprietor shape a letter from EDWARD ,out the
of the *' Savannah (Ga.) Republican" our paper of to-day that the new steamer hand through the mails-being an unofficial EVERETT to Lord IOHN RUSSELL, but a perusal Thames without interruption till the last just j to neutral., and "al-

"in that paper of the 20th December, 1351, says: KegsfoneStat:, to*run upon the line be. paper from Mr. Everett, elicited by of the letter shows tha ttbe author has moment and'though it then feU under therasp owed that they wrr 01

Our personal the Mexican experience Mustang enables Liniment us to to recommend the tween Philadelphia and Savannah a that from Lord Russell. We have had telegraphic nol in-the substance of it, gone contrary to g of the police, its members succeededin nations and call oar Dan' : ,
I L-
a the of his and has in escaping to Spain, where for time That my expreVsion -
public with confidence we have felt the good cnnsort of the State of Georgia, has taken notes of it mails-and proprieties position, no some
effect upon a sprained ankle which received her the The by previous sort invaded the province of his successor they found shelter at Gibraltar. It is declared "a tht
great benefit from one application, and has been place upon route. Pbila0el.phia must cOI'fcss we thought it a little extra.dipematic as the organ of the Administration in direct- i in the last number of the Quarterly Review chief of the1 jl r"'I1f enf
cured by occasionally using it for a we*. Ledger of the 14th September, in an that Mr. Everett should hive ing.the inttrnationaJ'rdatlo'ns of the United to be "notorious, that associations have been pire. Acts ol""its Bo count V
Mr.J. account of trial of the re- '
Murphy, of the firm Murphy, Gait a trip new steamer tenanced i
Jc Co of this city, says that by the use of the from Philadelphia harbor, speaks as follows: his retirement from the Cahijet.Wlt -j States. Moreover, the letter has very little formed at London for the subversion of dynasties hy parl.i-.1"'
aCer of the i with which is by its fleet on ) /'tb.-
Mustang Liniment be has received more benefit stateliness I and reserve of a diplomatic England at' peace ;
than from any other remedy be has used and performances, however, highly we copy the letter, with some introductory communication, and is merely a free and that arms have been purchased and loans courts of'ad inralty 4!

now feels better.tban be has for the last six years. satisfactory to her owners and a comparison remarks, from the Charleston very effective dissection of a public docu. proposed ; that 'central committee isiue I learning and modern .

Facts speak,-Dalton for themselves Times, Feb.comments 10. are unnecessary with that of her consort showed manifest Mercury which relieve the act from an ment. The suggestion of Philadelphia orders from England, and that' l\Ie? rs. glorieof ll'the,

Rhsatmatism.-This u to.certify that wife superiority. The model of this ship, which which Bulletin, that Mr. EVERETT havppparent- Mazzini and Kossiith have'established and l lawful commerce via dretf
my of
was afflicted with severe chronic rheumatism. has been condemned by many who profess appearance might ly by design, anticipated the reply.of Secretary preside over ,boards of regencyfor the nation 'wal IAn lihilat : by"r
She bad suffered for months with the med excruciating to be judges, has thus far given evidence of seem to possess to the undiplomatized. MARCY to Lord JOHN RUSSELL'Sdes Roman States and Hungary, and for the the'higfiest! legal lIt .

puing and-she almost had tried rheumatic compounds possessing the requisites of speed. Her The Vienna Note. patch, seems not to be;well founded ; as we promotion of revolution,! in every part of the Jay,.cO Itrar1lnot f.bAiiOiis V .
rlefs. everything recommended through the water and the ab. i but own; J i iUn'derv
dreadful None of them easy passage judge from the last number of the Washing world. I have before"mea: listi purporting your
relieved her pains in the least. She used one fifty sence of any commotion, were much admiredby The following is the draft of the note ton Union,that it i is not intended to make any to he taken from a1 Prussian police gazette, .these .i i-

cent bottle of Mustang Liniment, and it cued all on boar the formal reply to a document which, was adt o f fteen associations continental refugees meat and people'of .'wntf":
her ,. She is now well,and "On her to the she transited by conference of Vienna to have never committed '
entirely. perfectly recommended return city, yesterday dressed to the British Minister, and which 'organized, in London and now in action for Yio.
Liniment a other friends JAS.to use L. the OLIX Mustang took her place at the pier of the company, the Sublime Porte, with the modifications left no practical point open for discussion the above mentioned Ilurp 8es. l lation, of the 1 law, of i 'tinf'

V Svannb.J&n.lI8AS ER. and after the departure, ol the Slate of proposed by the Sultan thereto. $ n eur bttween the two governments. When these things are' considered: ; the ther power; may w pkc
ECHO FROM THE WEST. Georgia to-day, will commence loading, and last accounts on the subject of th, ils We copy below' the ,most interesting and fact that in' the course of four or fivV'year&; that they_should* be lisbt. V Vminister
start on her fird trip in the line on ,nextWednesday the of Mr. EVERETT'S letter two inconsiderable and abortive efforts have m the II ,
haves largest part :
B. of St and Russian differences there
Louis was nursing a young been ,
Mr. < ; so that Philadelphia will hereafter (centuries have' :
nipple became ve>y sore,and tbe breast been made trom the United. States, though '*
inflamed O and caked bard. A few applications of have a weekly steam communicationwith two foreign arrivals by steamer but nothing You observe that "Lord &lalmesburyarj3M. l lee ply to be lamentedVand sternly to, be by Ihe'name/of t law '

the. Mug Liniment healed the nipple, re Savannah. Her bul. which was built decisive as to the acceptance of the Turgot put forward as a rea.o4Ol1.for. entering condemned as'a', violation r mumcipal ajidinternational' 'There are 'several j at;

and inflammation from the by Messrs. Vaughn & is 220 feet modifications by Russia. One of these arrivals into tbe proposed compact the attackswhich i law, does not ar'pear to mososhockin'g" despatch, some 'of ;"
bruaad she bad no farther trouble with it. 35 feet beam, 21 feet hold. which 'if I still di i 1 .
of this have long, She had been made oil tbe island of Cubabf'lawless '.' as.it se'emsMo:; Be thought by ers ;:
and it description always come t drew on her trip being ballasted with 180 brings atc unt of revolutionary bands of adventurers from the y?u. It does in.myjudjinentv i furnish, cuss. on }this ) ccaion ; ;. f {' V :IV

ou MI kowlege.Halb of, L i Louis, etretu severe tons of coal and 20 tons of water in casks, murmurings in Constantinople, upon the United tales and wjtb the aiowed design ;any ground. for:the reproaches which i it has deemed It proper) at1 p : tnj ;; '. V <

attack rheumatism in ber shoulders but Ipi feet. Her engine, bu il.by Messrs. supposed concession of' the Porte j and a of taking'p0:5:1 ssTon of that island," and to'I I drawn upon'the 'GoVeriiment 'and'peV>pie"of sell I to such rt to* V

anus, and back. After suffering the most I Merrick Son.of Southwark foundry, is a late announcement the London this reason-you add,."Air. Everett replies 1 the United States. "Nor does the'remark inmy VI 4lu.Ue! my letter of V V V
excruciating pina fur come ten days,without obtaining -' single side.lever, with cylinder oi 80 inches very by from' strict rts, r tut,
any from her physicians, she was Times is, that Russia will not accede iij'4 these'termst1' :"The'Prel.4ldent', is con 1 Idler of the first of December, that,a disposition your u :
if diced to try the Mustang.Liniment. Two fifty and a stroke of 8 feet. Her wheels are 30
cent bottles effected a perfect core. fee In diameter and 10 feet face,. with buck- the modifications .oribe proposals of the i instead"putting'a stop to these, lawless be increased rather then diminished! by our, t>enis,: espec iaily in V

and Tbe 91 Mnstang. The Liniment SOs bottles is put contain up in as 25e, 5 ets ol* ,20 inches. Her cabins are cpcious conferees and that must ensue t proceeding .would'give a new:and, powerS. accession to the'proposed 'coiivintiotjj: s\rke\ | paH, raphSf;to those. '

U The'$1 bottles contain and will b beautifully furnished DftA/T CJfTHE totp., '. V .V I ul'impulse to.tbe}ifl ;!;an4,thI' argument you I me as "a melancholy avowal," as you pronounce is to conliderhillta. -'t J:
as much as eight of the 25c bottles. The f 1 Moore &Champion. The joiner work was His, Majesty the : '.n9tl ing call """0t only .unfounded i hut disquieting.1'' it, on the'part of the President; You You wiU not I ,lhV V

bottles bold one pint, they a cheapest.A. completed by Messrs. Cox & Lynn and.the more at heart thinVt Sult re. stablih V between A acknowledging) rdtber:coldly I think, f forgot the, class. fro >,which! .such adyen spirit in, Which this iAmer V

G. BRAGG It Liniment Co., sole 'proprietors of the painting'is. the handiwork of Edward H.. himself and his Majesty" the,'Emperor" Ihe/conduct'bfjbe I late President i in disavowing j turera are t in all ,countries! enl : Mustang ,
office ,
Mule Prneipl' Wester. The will nf'Cuba eithHr foVt vr
a Broadway, N.Y.,and erner:thid Mar public probably have an relations of good neighborhood, and' perfect and discouraging the lawessVnttrprises( you UK, the reckless, the misinforVried What ; i'
kt streets,,St. Louis' Me. 'd opportunity on Monday next t inspect the amity.::which have rinforturiateijT been' referred, yoii reproachfully pronounce ray other effect could be expected to".b4 pfindAcedno of arms.-: When : ll
,OLIVER T. interior of ibis magnificent specimen of a remark avowal\ .for this upon"our brief, i cerf
DR'AG weakened by recent'nd*disagreeable coin- just cited melancholy l I partof; the population} by being tVld
General 304 Agent for the Sutb. Philadelphia built sea steamer.1 /. has 'himself :diligently the chief of f a"free statf j" and you' ,em/:to 1 t that our Government in disregJLrdi<)fthe- tainly am'not.Ied i k 4
plictions hetke
Broadway, The Savannah Republican' the 24th; to of seeking menswhereby- to' intimate without! expressly i ayrng's .that: I most obvious public 1 interests, a*. 'eir.as of State have reached thelrV! :'
tsk '
A.D. McCCEN.MORRIS BLOODGOOD & BOtfSE, thus announces" the arrival of" the Keystone efface the. trace of these'varions incidentsThe : it implies} on'We< ,11art' f' tbe peopUTpf the 1 the most cherished histOrtcartfaJitioii8J, had growth,or what tn..-
M. REED, KEIL-are appointed V Sublime be' able United 'States 'an iueen lbil ty,''tlJ the'value entered j into a comnpa:-With', two,foreignpowersrtrt same thing, that repre ;"
Agents for the saleof the celebrated Mexican State in Savannah her" first Porte '
upon voyage; is'hllpy"io religious freeJ-
Mustang Liniment,in Jacksonville, Also for sale to communicate to nt of the eternal laws of right..and.wrong," of guarantee the perpetuity' of'the equality,
by Druggists and Storekeepers la_every ,village 'This splendid-Iew' Steamship arrived at Nesselrode a supreme ExcelencY'ICo, givespublicity peace and friiili hip*' and of''duty to bur I system under which Cubanow luff '.} Does dom of. the preis,:and attl "

in theVnited State her wharf, early, last made to the result of these labors : If neighbor, which ought to.guide every Chrisliaii not Lord Hoy4Cn.the i EllIt1bflflhLiiSIerZt biitefl-of our,Augjb- ',areV'J
U0L.L.OWAY'S march 24' V Am the 'riint from Pbiladelpbia! in fifty-six and a the Emperors of;: Russia bave; on, all 'occa-f; ;IatlOn.'* Yoa'also t occasion in're. Madrid 'make a.very similar avowaljn bU never-to gain'a; ',* .:' V
CALL RElianT OJ. "a Ps,OBSTINATE A half'f hours.: ; i .with machinery I sions evinced their;active care for the maintenance '' erSfleetrthe same" remark,lo irtipiessn'pon l letter of the 30th of Maylat&JreeseiV V totbe continent; :1 regard what

S ES.-Mr. John (Make. proprietor: of the entirely1 jiewshows that the "Key-tlone"!! : of tbe immunities privileges-of: the people of the!United',Siates'"he utility of, i Sp ciisbT' Minister -ForeijjuV,Affairs political organization i --U)))1-'

Nor Emif. fnrcrm.l Hol- V41 take ran among f-he. fastest sbips,,onlbeVcoat 1 1i the orthodox Greek Church; within the limits .' those rules''for the"' observance C"mternatl : when be .says t.Mf cannot'conclade without take place, M a vain ? w

he.is Ijtter' : dated Aprl 3rd, 1851, ,c'Th' i t and,we congratulate the owners of the Ottoman Empire, 'the" Sultans,Jon' iaualt'relatioid 'whichifofCenturies' i : have1' ,expressing Jl. [ epeget tdb! jh 7jcqucsepf inscrutable myst! ;"ItT- -

Holloway aware Ointment 9. and Pill Instance been in' of '.opbnT | .occasiori.j The.bUlldersofJ her, their part, have never refused to (I) confirm been'knOMrn to 'Europe by the name vt' the )pain! i suchaa; ; to?; produce .ajeener! l will. if we are wise, '

greatest service to sufferers; bv part'of Lh hull! Messrs(Vaughn.and Lynn,, must Js\\: them anew' by solemn acts''which* Il\w'Of, nations! ;Among theVcomfrientat6rs i alienation in the bpiniorfpfthe'Euglmh puo- of.,ourexauiplet J 1 ( : Vlbf '
testify .
wintry, more'especially 'as regards wounds 'f I proud: (. their work, a weU'a! MessrsMerrick'and V jheir old and enduring 'benevolence'towards on
longstanding, and that he V could,V if-permittvd. II Son, builders the ,EngineThatoniverisalfavorlttjpapt i / their Christian i subjects. Arnericail citizen s.t'have: >tae pfjeIipg.whicbo. governuae'otT.caacontrol state extend : V

ly.the been DaN of many, caredby.respectable' theiruee.No parties who -. 'S'' '.' S His Maiestv the Sultan Abdul) Meiid. now earned an enviable:r putatioaid i it is difficult 1 or or-Doae._ ,_ ,: :,Il'r partially ; was'** "
.e enti Bardie, is iu command. obliging as ever. ;; lift'United"StateV would''set { The idea that }ike that. heard,at the fir'l 'I) 5 V
family of thew ex '. : a reigning,is animated by the same i t.eh' to suppose ; ',! conyentiop ,pro nk'
ecflentIIedieIDes.wblclL$a1lP1'tr S S ?* Tie' annexed card of the and--desirous' to give his | the i example of;,abrogating its most :sacred XedVWS.a$ easo.re"\1aturafly'calkdfor, i IIi ofihe,United s .
foughouIMdvfllse&'wor1d. .. shows tlfaf the performance of t > V of these !lawless iifitmn the almost baandleM ,
1 passengers Emperor ofi' Russia a personal profr of his p rovmsious., ,hi t V I' V coitsequence i eeeJt'1i Ving'tU
V the ship was (o their eutire eatisfactibnrTbeKeySlont i friendship.he h listened! to .nothings 'suppose,no one'ilt'Europe or" America eeema jo rest upon'an--entlre-m ICOD ptlOn already in oUf'' < 'e IUf
;7 ,. F :'VaTer&Co; :. Stt.rws ts water than any: lute but:his VuLbcwided.coiifidence: In the : w"|l th.nk' the intended force of ,this*rebuke of the, p're8 u,(wale of t ih 1law3nSlafesi UU.uted enlarre'it:'Sy", 'i <$' l tsi'tclfalfon. .

Commission V Merchants'* of jhe steamships miIngVber ;':aDd diftinguisheJ-'qualities' his august' friend mitigated by the diplomatic'reservation coii-I t 'and/pr; 'k treaty> ,jt.Utioi.yi'ijrith: I .eannotithihk.' : .. and->*
T :
Deafen f1" AND'i; ; though/ loaded, ta e"up ,to ,her. I / and aUy,-*nd has,eotwlesceiided to take intoSerious tained inr the1 last I wo lines.- Let us' theirmquire Spaiii.J Our freaiiWwiih'tbat XJpv'erumeiitam V ; '. .
la Groceries Provisions, Choice are Jt
; last J1h Jfurbid alljuche0tefpO5t5& France, while they : V
We. evening at a quarter.flood. / 'for Liquors and& %.Paints Oils eohsfderatfOniihe representation's (2)
gar ,, l .selves every.shore* *ri4.r>, V
fcrCASHonl/ DRP The'JST. <$.;wnijeayejbe relori ...Wednesay'nexl of which, hi*, ''ExcellencytPrince! : V The,expeilitioits,to \which you alliideaa )Tie triparUte'cBnveittioawould V

-,&Y8l q"tn., E F ; and', In::connexion with ih Philadef-: kofff; has; been made the'medium p(Me'nsbi.tommQ"oictiop calculated ,\lo.-excrte' the 'rtpi'obatf6ij5 ofeveryiCir1IizedfStatew haveaddejdn9th; been!' (desirous to their, :iunlaw.multiplyirig to pushing the uti,their, riDO t.ends! .._! '' '. .'
Geoi-gia, males weekly lne't f' tbtbeSdbIiffiEPOftee< : 4 ye're discb rfitena'needby fmiIiieiVllwe bave :.o ervtt1 '0 *
be,UUlted;; -
Blee&oodafidBo&se ': upon;
M- tbe"President;in everybconstitntibn'il rod Bbjectiori, we'nil(6t well.have com-
h V ,' ,$ I The 1Inl a has'iiicbnseqnence, r,: : ; .'
inhiutants pcraICUia'leo
EUUN their. thanks t th, pf .LUcre t91.lo\ card-.signed.by all the pervedbrders.to b1 ',tb legal way.; The'oti; &PVigilaitceiwa"' piasnedthat., tbe'actsbf.iirery small nuroyoung bya ( wSf
,and lU for rthelr,likeiwuge -, "tclare pre t onuf lU jneu, caizeneCW foreign. circunwlancetto : V
tbemInoe they com- passengers, .highly'.emplimentry' to',the tha* the Ko.erlmen ." 'MajeM I alt times: employed buunbaplfirthehis island:which liee.al e4 .
ee4bulue kweuPp d r r* tbemaelves'withoruveffect5j3t!; r1\aholltd b, 21U1'Q t 1 t 'iot.he
.,strict aitcntioa (a .' Sultan,'" letter Yen : maiKJs'tkc.entrauce r UIeiti
$** etfl i'merij aoontinaanof of the same.C -;1 boat, ,, r'o ,riaildcrew., ,]. the spirit ofrtbe4BlipnIaUori t1h.} ,: treaties I there are:waiter neither,for worfder1 norreprbaehpfTbe Ie di n (power? o.. 'jp Pt at tp 1.i, rea2I l.cOitiuiiiti V : ,

Tb.r1,1 constantly oa han4 a fall..assortmentReady .. V- "- .V ', .' Knacuik; Kainadji'{3)andAIrmanopIe .,,e'V territory;:0"1>the U! JS$ic but i ott why.'we >hoiild.be expecte4 to I.te I : ; } VV If .

,'t D7 UooAj: Shoes M. C1otbI..R4to. aM'PsUootia4 V Th.fltggestKlnd.V" ,-,._ Jating,to the protection of'CUHstianworsbrp. ,' little lew than hevrh6le4of; l1oP'tt whr1thwrfpopiiiatibn .\ Into a strange1 omjactWit < tbose 'po r. !r fo J rrmainmy' ; &; / ,
mak."I' LiwFul' V
ya t.o; ii
SOD and: 1iaMsjesty.Coh5ideT i himself r f is-hftt:qUif\ e eq\1.l. tb" bindingqurse1YeueVett 1 i 161
p.snd4edI'i | that I
Ge : The biggest ear 'corn *eaveyetsein (4) ; and'houorabja acquittioij of,Cuba, Tbc : .
;: .&e.whIcbyrs.seU.Ittbs the bou nd'tn boOt to ho wandin United KiugJomrid tbefcitandinj: military! ,' V"V ) : t' 1S' '
very lowest cash prices.JI '- any note of,-bigger, considerably' e"ote.refp.cJe. .l ll force>emall .ndr Bcaitered iriverjail; inle: isWlugi'ca) epnnectipH'j; :Between,the deas Ii-- .:_, 3'4* .
_lkoll :"Jan.20.18S5lJacksonfille. : ". r' ., ,_ :j one "nttlown to us f in 1849- by one of,:'this futrfhte; ,efj 1elt,: d "Rteftli 'tnJl1iler. 'at pYemftSeCJtihb and tliere'U something borjernig4bffe \ 3"'Jb, Jt Votoryi4
riv'ilege bythi U ; :'T irid -h
of volunteers:-4 for the Wa.r'from this l> ,wbtb b<" 'of1aw'efld 're'U iiVeiii'liJeWas8ocialldrir -;-,'* .-- ,?ij r .
rorpi thotEng1nd1a'bkls ,
__ .::4I1I'" ,; 'I '''q 1 1fer haA brtn >produced' by' r D,.N.Voungbloodi .,augiut* : ,Obi1eJetYV1OIheIr.Pr0oCb1lcVo1 th !nd._ hieh nrt*V, 1greatlmiYbtt* 't"J! *r tC, 'j; :;Cou"ider idOtthe 1 t B! flnUcefci>Ujbf} I Ip tttl,. m. ft. n V
I II .ort l. cotiniyr If In inches ;Et. cototrteaiwbleri rp t llmitit 1'JS'' lae'p0wera thaun vita u>to.disable I oursel,'e 1Y, -, s"-

I, .. t,f..' __, _- ,1J!, ,Jont, and contains' 22 row*;' 'with fid grains' now co firme4 Wbli.n' ufoo'i j t!) i ikf''th 1W'ellh ioiisagalait,thtf yd W t'i br)friend!ver'Hlri1ctyburftVri 'iotbeend: o.tIrne'r'|t : at.pntly 10 :

," k lt f.1 IIi ertli8lment ei8i .nf w 1"Ot', qUjryVlHr-mbre"mp : . _
r"6. tiil V jU
; i
: t 1
.rJ r & around out'lfeWe: tm .ieRLy quitW'spiritV! : sdya4tagtmitC *) *aaada>itteJr: bjr Mri :C.nnrota coiiUnei.tS 'FranceVahi.r.WireVfT.r'Cen.turyt iL 1 tAilC'llMtrt'a..arpmea\ "i\\

.?I. I -arib.,.:of'lb.-wold io','coru' ,4't' to special,otfrejClftUtian'a ordinance (9)cbynytonU' J'I have bun 'founded, in part,oa oar neutrality t. to say Jot.hiltl'of ,thi ,acquisition ol I bikeptuttrcT'V, .

and i melon I V _.ir.f.:, '

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"" i'r\ "If ", : : !.'Cltii 'II'iIw ; ; ': J .-"-- -'r. _.I .'. .'_ ,

:KUtory t Uw.Wind* andV...ou. remind the gentleman that Engljand andb'e tfee probable fl <*r-mijonties<* i* .' -V *the- -returns-. > re&4 i fi l4i,t ". .e'. ., ,.. .m.. r,bT".ie._'..,, ,. ...4...V'.,,..n.\7 lying south :jnast fiftVljftfcMi'down I do el: bi :i If' We" Y. "_ J/--
-. .. ;' fc dimensions But be would
forwarb. i/ .i- i r- ;>i ; jviL il Vvi 'Y 'i'f'' not attempt accufately .' Rlvejtbe. have as value It v4j"

Linnr. MACKT IM EKOUKD. United.'States Load_&inow jealous : good .wi nabour- r .to'J g ; / .O s 9.b.r 1i ,s.rro fIbitsubMaueoa(oave, but% these- < are to let it,wfor all jt U WOf\l& 1

Lieutenant Maugf officer of.the Un Govrment( 'ebe".Ib'tfnteBritiS fidP!?o1tb ')nty
an '
ted Slatea has scheme for bat of the 'United States boirnurofthese : jigc t6in.; ,Our.iwnsinan.3udge = .,ussd AND TcRkBYVr-Tbe; flussiantrQUpSt.25feetjttithewateriusbes{ \j th11c& r tjromtbis .cave may prize it, we shall not grieve! tftL :
navy planned a '
recording the varieties of wind and cuirents investigations( : moa I as. seems to 'bave'\een: upported png 5t stillccritinue fortifyjtbft} Nrjp,witttgreat'ap4ity. I | our most merciful Fatbernerbt *1onwi :
a4' lbaU"be "" '* V 1 several fist
\x observed enter
in the see the two immediate.fellow-citizens ; : entire" Dannbe'A! ; despatch from Odessa, August large attempt to Img loreiehanga tb'woij.jS. .
ocean. He it the "mertbahtprnees" -
explained and baPlyt) which 1* likely 'to be 'attendedhV5iL ilb lmJt | 6, says : _"The settlement 01 the Onenla.1 it, and they succeeded only after, vigorous j Itj glories d', *Allurement

at UoyJ'soA Thursday, each good n uba." (Cheers.' ) unanimity.TheS. question'i is not so near atjiand as. i.gen; e xerlions j small pebbles tOOt were, thrown'jplohiedistance j epotjO be bet1er; : IOf'FQ
of observations 1 '
*interesting. ,: .
; yer.uc 7 fthrdepilrof.be tbe worth '
# -- believed! most 'active >; tbmj* llel
!iTetaif; 'The AtWdOU't "ifforde'd 'himvhenhe I ouabpp.'m nt the' Tealh I er ally The preparations
for hostilities have, not at anytime t water above the cave, that the'surfa.e as to judge the better,of tbjirparisorfi va Ia
j ia
.. \vaAchaixewith! the navigation of o f Capt. PEUR WILTBEROIR., of the Pulaski i been suspended.' Tbe Russian! armies i h.as scarcely.a'perceptible motion. with.. at'b.:, ten* 'QI1 -'
*4ship/lofindkid'd Jrnf>on the chart the 'HOBID& flEHHIC1.AOKSONVILLE I tI '
House. were fast wasting away from sickness Nearly a week has elapsed since my exursion v alued: .7
track of a vessel bound at the same season S .l.
'of for.the and:epidemics prevailing in,jibe, localities c to tbis-curiosity, yet the impressive I That there,is *uch.a'.thing M&;
the ,a> to which his S
year ne port Ytu.owFavca iT PRiio-svi
: : Panorama i is before mind- able
bound. the 1 ?, along the Danube. frequently my religion, may as welt be aeb 1r

tdietAncu own ship of was that vessel 1 from By observing to he learn from_the1oe..Tztizne. that the'fever The-advjcesto the_ 15th, state;that jibe and in my dreams I again grow giddy,as.my I rst as last.. ''Everl.b ;jt f. fO "1

Vra enabled to judge of the kind day) of Jay.winds Thursday October 6th, 185& has entirely ceased m'Pensacola. No new' : army of Omef 'Pacha consists of 65,000 frail bark seems to bang over a deep chasm, --amon the great and ,i6e r&.sL -

..He.was M where rainbows intertwine, writhe, ..andreak the well bred, ant Ib, lit
\hatBehad.. ,In carrying out and entering case has occurred,there for tbe last three or men, and 180 pieces of, cannon. I I '
The Election. daily receiving "reinforcements.vbie: the I into thousands of pieces. and for the present. thtre ,
it occurred him S Id .
the'principle to to rummage four .
.II the I log took- he could obtain, .in order The annual electiin this State came off days. Russians, it was said," lost 15,000 men since the t. p.jO; ; F.Thi 'Grand .Lod &. of the should help for i it, unless to, God in bit'-fmt. rbr-
their entrance into .the Principalities .ch.oose. p1lUie'J'JorUa
'to find something more with regard to The officers ,be YELLOW FEVCR IN PHILDELPHIA.-The United States closed its annual session on by:"
on Monday-last. only to of the typhoid fever and di rrbC2a. judgments, and shipreck Lheutoigea -
thi wind and; currents-the causes and'agenU Philadelphia Sun'in. tbe fa'ct that ravages the 17th 0 It. been in .
Saturday, having convention *
whch'ronrnIkdthe: of elected by the State at large, were a Chief recording The Russians to the number of 5,000 men, s or n some other way bring tbt*'.-

:_:and! to reduce the Whole length Wyages tu a- Justice of the Supreme Court and Associate tbe Board of Hea'lb reports two fatal)I cases on the'10th, pitched new'. tents'on the west duringilie entire week. The session sense of their helplesness and sinfalsest.'.&
system- 1\0' of,1854. will beheld .Bal :
of Yello in that before bank of the Danube, so that the sentinels of more But there is a, 8.t'
city week dift"treoee.
al of r .Fevr betweeaa
more'pl shape. Taking a chart Justices. Although,in the electionof t: musket shut Every State in'tb Union was represented fashionable reh ,
the two armies are .within on, ,alel.matID :
the North Atlantic Ocean he collected to- l last remarks that the disease exists still in ieij.
those lines in the body, and much interesting, business
officers not strictly
party were of each other. The troops of the Sultan fashionable. ,\% bat we" .wouM bavei
'tether 11.11 the men-of-war tracks thai heconld ; drawn, the known political views of the the n neighborhood oCt Southand'Swansofi,, are'8c'tid to be inmost excellent spirits,and was transacted, which will in due time be a conformity, to the fashion of the day.iet'

'chart in lay such boLl a of.way and:*projected to show them the melho.ldirection. on the, several candidates have no doubt been the streets, to which locality it .was brought by ardently desire an opportunity to distinguish* whole laid before number the of subordinate Odd Fellow in lodges.connection. The i in matters of religion, 'lest for the Mast .

alld fo.u'uf iKt winds dailv encountered occasion of their being supported to some the barque'Mandarin ; but it is of a mild t themselves, at this time is. about. 230,000; "and' the receipts son Unitarians*bAtyou are Roman CulboUca bert uj
It, stated that fever bad broken out there Episcopalians
1 by1 each 'vessel. Having ne I with their 'type, and, in moslinstances, yields to medical was of the last year'wars nearly one dajgo
extent in accordance party predi- i in some of, the British ships at Besika Bay, $ Presbyterian another according to
that, he was surprised to find That there was treatment. Many houses in the vicinity 500,000. S .
ections. and small ox'oiboaihe:, French fleet ion;of the neighborhood 'where

'termed in the hiid.llt blank of the Atlantic what of !miirht be Circuit Judges and Solicitors for the several hue been deserted, and several factories The'accounts were thought ,to be exaggerated The Grand Lodge made an appropriation you' might become'a":Jew,.:or a' MOSH 10t nn J.
terra incog-
a space-a sort of five hundred dollars for ihereliel of- the '
closed. Tbe diseasefhowever( it i is is nljafew invalids having been sent if your Jot were cast the
among Rolas
sid .
firffl, a spare in the ocean 1 lying between the Judicial Circuits were also elected. For r sufferers al.New-Orleanl and two hundredand

:route' of t.ntwltn.b nhcl vessels going to Circ it Judges in three of the four districts t confined almost exclusively to badly ventilated to Malta.F.iolANJ-T British, funds r.' foreign i bfty'.dollars for the same object at the and.Ajabambra Goldschmidts-,but or among fixed the d.eiUr4f

the Southern hemisphere! and that of home localities, to purify which the Board of > Mobile.< a and settled"
there was no opposition to the present incumbents stocks railway and other shares, have all l lief, attended by correspondent
ward bound rffces! from it. U i"examining 4aI
returning < -consequently the following gen- Heath is doing eer}thing in its power, but fallen in value during the week. Not the least interesting incident of' the no man. desenes to be ibdoght well
fmther he found it :
thr ,
matter lattl.
wetk the of beautiful .
was presentation a
few F&ANcE.-The coostitutionnel who is
it is it will contains hot and
supposed require a heavy an truly '
to be the 'impression of many navigators tl lemeu can be set.downas elected. Eastern cane, the unanimous contribution of Dp'ardsof a .
article tbe conduct of In* while
censuring Captain however
that, in order! to get to the Equator from District Wm. A. Forward dem.) frosts to kill it off effectually. hundred of the everyman bumble, or soar
( jliddeDistrc graham, and disappr ving the policy of.the one : members ; Grand or uoed.ucatect if there ba
''America Atlantic ; no guile io,|i:
had. first the
they to cross I Lodge, to their Chaplain and valued riend
J. Wayles Baker (whig.) Western THE FEVER AT VICKSBURO.-The VIcks- United tates. and be is really and truly a
Ocean and Into Cook' track then to far
pet got Rev. J. M. Rector'of '
District, J. J. Finley (whit) of 15lh Ledru Rollin is dying. Willey, Calvary as we are permitted to judge, his
the Cape de Verde Islands, then to proceed burg F7ttg the states that there is Church at Stonington, Conn. Itva, by aieak.
SpAIN.-The Madrid of i presented ness and.lowliness
to Cape St. Roque, and then to cross Judges of Probate, Sheriffs, Clerks, Commissioners no perceptible abatement in the fever, and the correspondent by Grand Sire De Saussure, in behalf > and patience, and:kind
London Morning Chronicle, writing of ness and love, i is a well bred
the ocean' A thirJ time before they coud! Tax Assessors and Collectors, thai it is still marching onward with fearful date 1st inst., says that the question as to of the representatives, in a neat address, other words a gentleman. mala-Or' .Q

reach the Cape of Good Hope, making a and County Surveyors also elected in I the reception of Mr. Soule which was feelingly responded to by the TAt such
zig-zag, and crossing the Atlantic three times. Wee terror, seeming to gather ne\9 strength'and or non-reception characteristic as, are mpposrf

Now, by the investigation of the subject of tbe several counties of the State. In this power a!it progresses. The Whig adds : as Minister of the United States has been finished Grand Chaplain. The cane is elaborately: (distinguish the true follower of CnriiL, .
gold ornam'nts set with diamonds
much at the Court and I become fashionable
the wind* on the outward and homeward county no party nominations were made- Other neighboring cities and towns (and agitated Spanish and is a deserved -and why should ,they
compliment to
"routes he dUcovered the space which he although the known proclivities of the even the country, in the ,COU'II) of Clai- the been recent much accounts of his proceedings bad Iso highly esteemed as Mr. Willey.: one Ii not?-and we shall han a new.type of, a**
commented It believed the
manity over bead of the
lud he cnncludldthat aol
before'mentioned and
: several candidates was the occasion of their borne.) are similarly afflicted. In Port Gibt
( in this the w'inds1"ere the same Grand Gulfazoo hathe Spanish Government will oppose no I THE HOME titude everywhere like.Saul among tte priories
spare son, City, we OF HENRY CLAT.-Ashland!
'in going out and in coming home. Accordingly being generally supported by their party that it rages with like violence,& that lear the objection to bis reception as American Envoy the residence of the late H 'nry'Clay, con and prophets of Isarel.Ckritiita:gntleaun -

he recommended vessels t.o take the f We therefore cassify the can citizens are fleeing in every direction.. Even but if any passage in his address on taining 330 acres near Lexington, Ky., was and Christian gentlewomen.. "
"middle or new route. The If. // C. rr,; "t, dates: politically in the returns which \j in Jackson and Raymond, we are told that presenting credentials can be found to have been sold at auction on a recent day. '
'of Baltimore Jackson the first it has made its lauit: with, it will be seized as an opportunity Important, to tJ Owalaf $layss.
master was subjoin : appearance, ani created the to dismiss him. Mr. Sonle tbe writer At an early day, it belonged to Daniel Boone, -
vessel that h .lthe to take the new consternation. Where is whose fame is
courage greatest this associated
to intimately with
Jacksonville Precinct. al adds bis The Supreme Court of. Alabama
will best find difficult
position a .
Tonte The. to the Equatorteing end ? and where shall those the recently
average passage would early history of Kentucky, and whose rendered the.. following decision !_
then 41 days, Captain Jackson made CHIEF JUSTICE. avoid it flee to ? one.RUSSIA. name is coupled with many of the thrilling to the of :reference *
Vienna letters that cholera hiring slaves which
5t In 24. He \t't'utlo Rio and back in little; Leslie 175 state ts aU*
Thompson, (whig) The and f'arrullegends of Western adventure.
same i
paper announces the death of interesting and The i"
inroads in Russia decision
was .
making great especially -
'Jncire than the usual time in
This fart railed the attention occupied;'of American; Benj. D. Wright, (whig) 9 Herman S. Noble, principal of the Job in the Southern Provinces, where Col.The Nathaniel Hart, who fell at the battle a wise one: ;-;'

navigators: ; to the subject; ai.l: enabled Lien-:: Thoma Baltzeli, (dem.) 99 of that establishment. officel l large bodies of troops were stationed. Ithad of and it subsequently river Raisen, afterwards descended purchased it, 1.,When the'contract of hiring,:as;'r .

tenant Manry to proceed with his investiga ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. alscr made its appearance at various I to Mrs. Clay, dnced writing, is general hilts termsi'aot
maiden '
IMPORTANT TREASURY CIRCULAR Modi1 points of the frontier of Eastern Gallicia.- name was Lucretia Hart. restricting the employment of: the-'slave'to
tions. It enabled him to enlist! the volunMaTiry Albert G. Semmes, (whig) 157 i .
co operation of shipmasters who 1 fication of the Tariff".-A cirular bas been A letter from Irkosk! Qly lst'meTltio'ns SEDUCTION ATTEMPTED any particular busi ess'the' bailee !. authorized .
furnished him with an abstract log (If the David P. Hogue, (whig) 56 addressed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the discovery of several rich gold placers on daughter of a widow lady, in Philadelphia -- to employ! him i .in any',bosiacssT6:

daily position of the ship ; of the prevailing Thomas Douglas, (dem.) 246 to a number of prominent New York mer- the right bank of the .river Lena. Thousands having been reduced by a' young man which slaves are ordinarily) put,and.wbic&
i is : with
direction of the .vind for each of the three Charles H. Dupont.. (dem.) 132 chants, which indicates that' he intends to of diggers are there at present. in tbat city, the brother of the girl on Sunday extraordioary risk at

3>arts of the twenty-four hours into which SOLICITOR FOR EASTERN DISTRICT. iccommend, to Congress somi aleratioD of The frigate Diana and the brig Pollt: sent for him, and appealed to him to peril to his life or health, .and parbl, pmod .
the Tariff. have sailed from CronstaJi, to reinforce the is admissible, show that tne slave wxl
sailors were accustomed! to diviJe the day ; present contribute to the supportof the ruined sister
the height of the barometer, the state of thethermometer James M Baler.(whig) 172 Inquiries are made in the circular as to I Russian squadron in the Japan sea c. The and her offspring, avowing his own inability only to employed ia particular, bo

and remarks: which it S; St. Geo. Rogers, (dem.) 98 squadron now numbers five vessels. An to bear the burden ness. ,*
any what articles, with a view to equality l of r imposed'on him, 'in 2. The hirer of a slave re-hire hici
might have occurred to them to make touching JUDGE OF EASTERN CIRCUIT. army' of 6,000 men was this cummer collected consequence of long-continued ill health. may .

the winds and the waves and the general William A. Forward, (dem.) 139JUDGEOF effect upon different interest of the country,I at Irkutsk, tbe entrepot of Russian commerce I author of the gill's ruin finally declared to another, being responsible! .to tbe owjicr

course of navigation. By these means might be made duty free, and upon what with Cbina, via K.lakbla. It was asserted .te willingness to marry the sister, and Sunday for his proper treatment, and for bis DOt
PROBATE. tr being otherwise than
lie soon had a volunteer corps of a thousand articles the duties might be advantageously that these troops were destined to : night, at seven o'clock, was fixed for employed isanthorizidby
American ships; co-operating with him John W. Price, ( HftSl keep watch on undefended frontiers of f the the scope .of his original, ,contract:dhiring
wedding thing was in "
whig lowered. The movement made with regardto ; every readiness' ., .
mall parts of the ocean, and furnUhing Isaac Swart ( 16 the Chinese dominions. but the groom did not make his r 1'41't
''him with the most valuable statistics. "the increasing .revenie and accumulating LAtest. appear -. 3.ft! the hirer empldys. the slave ia.a
Felix Livingston, (dem.) 169 THE CZAR REFUSES TURKISH NOTE.- hazardous business not warranted, by ail
: The results <>f these investigations have amount of money.in the Treasury. brother is be
teen their the CLERK OF COURT. We give the following important despatch said.to a very exemplary contract or re-hires him to another, to'bi.;
striking. By
very from the United States to i George Stone, (whig) 154 Cotton Crop Florida, from the London Times, with a recommeridatimi young man, but, rendered desparate. by employed in such hazardous', busioess
average pawa 'the conduct of the seducer
on Monday the slave, while thus is Jki&d
to receive with caution whatever is employed ,
the Equator haJ l een reduced ftoin a mean r V. Gaiftie, (dem.) 169SHERIFF. .We have been politely furnished (says the published exclusively in that and morning lie went to the boarding house of even by inevitable accident the owner may
of forty one Jo a mean of about twenty- paper the latter at the of Callow hill and
Charleston with the ) corner r.gard such &suse of his slave 'a"
seven days.: Since the investigations were ) following immediately preceding the sailing of a,mail 1 haLF as cool-
Nixon streetsj aii.f interview with
first omniencd, the pasnage ha been done Uriah Bowden, (whig) 205 letter, from an intelligent and reliable source, steamer for America : him. Some an, between them,I version,' .and recover. 'the". value'tour ,the
words.passed '
in as short a lime as seventeen Jays and a Andrew J. Phiilsi (dem.) 91 F b)a mercantile house in,this city: "PARlS.-h was positively stated to-day, and the brother drew. pistol.frorh !bis, pocket '.
Thursday, 8th, at the Russian
few hours. It w is soon found that thy TAX ES OI AND COLLECTOR. OT.ul.tmstt, Sept. 17. Pans that Embassy at for the purpose, as be'declaredL of f snoot- 3tor l..History of.tixe,Segr*,R eWe '<:
the Emperor of Russia has.,
arly charts did nut Rive information enough John D. McKinlay, (whig) 183 The Caterpillars are not so' as herelo'rore ,. .' re- Ins the destioyer of his sister. The weapon : .

Accordingly, another system of investigation A. W. Crichton dem. represented. A few days since I notfced mseu to accept' 'me immmcauon. u was was cocked and exploded prematurely, notice a series of interesting articre *
( ) 116 Added when the
was co-nmcnce-d, in which the. ocean them for the first time, and set them downas that Emperor was informed the entire load passing t&rough his own in the course of publication in the Ltxiac-

was divided into spaces of five degrees COMMISSIONERS. the first crop er hatch. Others say' it is Vienna the Conference Porte had modified before'i the note of the right' band and wounding his. leg. 'The ton Telegraph only tbe 8th,' '9th: and lOtk

square, five degrees of lu'.itu'le, and five oflongi"o Elijah Blitcb, (whig) 141 the second crop ; in tl'at case, Conor? will accepting it, he sufferer was conveyed borne in a high stale numbers of which however have yet.came
e. Talcjiz the logbook' Lieutenant: he cut offal least think I inclihetotheopinion observed, in a tone of much moderation, hand concerned
: James Plummer, (whig) a sti that he would of excitement. A warrant for the arrest of to These are mainly u
co-ordinated the result. showing 11John that it is their' appearance, willingly make, concessions, the seducer was issued and placed in the tbe criticism: of Dr. Priest's"Bi'bl, deftncttf
what Vl's.cel" had rej'orlod In he the S. Pickett, (whig) 182 which will occasion for the express purpose of meetiif the b
; pre not more than the bands of police officer. slavery and as the theory oi our author'.
vailhigdir ctln: of the wind for each eight Elijah Higginbotham, (whig) 174 loss above stated. I have never half so wishes of the European powers ; but b.would. % developed fully in these numbers,.'

hours' of the twenty-four.; In some cases he Thomas Suarez, (dem.) 82 destructive a spell of weather asve have .not humiliate himself in the eyes of Hard Words.Tb must suspend ,such further.-notice' ot&

had a thousand; eri'ations for a whole CORONER.B. had for the last two week on Cotton. All the world' by submitting to propositions proceeding series as we bop t'take"to its' complc .

yrriiij1icre, he had Iwo thousand in a the open Cotton is either beaten oufinto the direct from the Sultan." e N. Y.'National,Democrat,.the leading The most 'ii.terestijig*portion of the .-subject

arnll .,IODb., : 'Of course he then had the; F. Townsend (whig) 60 ground, or sprouted. The grown and half It was also asserted that Napoleon had Hanker.organ,.discources, follows on t the so far exhibited is in the disposition of@1t'

means of presenting.a pretty fair average of SURVEYOR. grown bolls, many of them, are rotted. I stated in that he would not go tei war at present conduct of the, Barnburners in Syracuse. author to coincide;; in Dr. Priest's the fJ of
lie'prevail ing direction of the wind in that Benjamin Frisbee, (dem.) 3- is hard to estimate now the loss, but you his, present' scarcity .of food among Convention 'the origin ofthe, race,.whose J statemfat is ai
;>art.<>f the oo-an and in that month of the MANDARIN. may rely on it that an average crop cannotbe people._ _ CoJlows.Th .original race of man it is

yeaf"io"which the returns applied. Among .In addition, what is usually the The Silver Spring. "this last act is a worthy'finale of' the supposed was red, but ."God,'who madiaJI

'other tilings tbaj. he J learnt was the fact that Chief Justice-Thompson 26, Baltzeli 25. fairest portion of our will this year be events of 1818. II is no more than the:id.mination things,' and endowed aU animated-aattrt

..('J'lart1cular .I irtof the ocean during win Wright 7. very sorry. I 'cro a few days The following is an extract of a private of principles then established, and with the unexplained,power: of propaxatiaa,

:te(or pilr ft'le' wind was never found to Asxociale Justices-Douglas 57, Dupont 28, since from one of our largest and best planters letter, lathe Savannah Republican, dated- cherished in the secret heart of faction ever superintended the formation of two ol,lot.

'blow' from the west ward or the northward. Semrries 23. who plants in the heart of the greatest tJ ,; OCALA, (FLA.) Sept.'l853. since. And'as they have in this last act sons of Noah, in the womb' 'of their moticr,

The American Government, anxious to Cotton growing district in the State. He "infaon shown themselves we can only congratulate in an extraordinary and,:fupematnral a>*i-

collect and publish, for the !benefit of commerce Solicitor-Baker 26, Rogers 30. tays that before'the rains his crop was not county, East Florida there I Ia Is ourselves, in the midst of oorsorrtJYj ncr, giving to these two children,.inch form

all the results of these observations Judge of Probate-Livingston 37, ?rice 8. as good as usual, "though his: neighborssaid very extraordinary? spring, called by the that we'have obtained so complete and so of bodies constitutions of natares and complexions

ihave,supplied their own mercantile marine Clerk-Stone 30, Garnie 25. theirs were very fine." The Sea Island people,"and not inappropriately, "the Silver honorable an emancipation from the: degrading of skin;as suited histritf."Japhttk; '

) with charts on the new principle on condition Sheriff Bowden 37, Phillips 22. Cotton, on an average, was better in .comparison curiosities Spring. It in ;is not only one of the greatest associations of sucb'a conglomeration he cau e t to'ne'bbrn'white; differing frmtbecaour
that they should abstract this than I.ature, but as a source of pro of political hucksters, traitors/shoulder- biters
the.short -
return an log, year staple, up found of his,parents while he.caastd
properly. kept! and at the proper time. By a.receitregulatuii Tax lessor McKinlay 7, Crichton 39. to the late rains. but has suffered more than has. sublime, ,and pleasing impressions] thimble' rigger thieves, rowdies\ 'and Hain ,to be born black a,colour still further

the American Governmen: Commisnonert-Blitch 28, Plummer 42, the other from that cause, lor this reason,' probably no equal. It is approached, assassins' !' This}language' is strong,-,which removed: from the red hoe of'his parents

,pl4ces] Britishfhlpiriasters Qn the same (opt. Picked .26, Higginbotham. 25, Swarez 25. that with the short staple, after it has sprout I through here what is called "a hammock," which we know, but the facts are strong,converting events'and products. wholl7'eqitrary tor!

.injj.with Aniericati.captains.Illustrating CLAY HILL. ed, by sunning and keeping it tossed about may termed hastily describe. The hammock the Democratic State Convent ion in to a Tammany dniarynatur ,.iifthe ,particular'! ..ageneratioru" (
so jn Florida is a thick dense .
the uses of this systemati until dried, we can make a tolerably decent forest Hall riot; and which-'ba've leftthe -Charleston Standard ....1/t",
observation Lieutenant .t'laurytohi a story, Chief Justice-Wright IS, Ba1tzelH2.bociteJusiceDooglas I looking article ; but when the f Sea Island in which the branches arid vines are so brand of Iterial rnfamfiipoii thoseAvho(are S ,

showing bow whales haveguij'ed the search 29. Du pont 12, sprouts in the bol it is impossible to rOll}ll'or matted and interwoven in, thai you arcable'to'see responsible ,for the breaking" of the Con. SHlPPINOtLIST.PORT -.f.' :
only a few '
ifor r John Franklin. Some time agotSbe Semmes 19, Hogue gin it, from that'the ted becomessoft .paces_ any.direetion.-' vention." -1 .5- S -

requested the American whaling masters to Solicitor-Baker 31, Rogers 1. and crushes between' :the: rollers! *prpducing trees Bay. Gum usuallytouna! .Waboo in:Palmetto them are.,' the'Asfy: i *The B1aldepubUc'Barnburner1)sp, ; b ;" 'ACKSONVILLE.- 't J.Sept. "
furbish him with their as know, stained and : : Magnolia ,
journals. With these you a foul cot oJ"iheflard Shell democrats .:, "
Live this -
Judge of Prolate-Price 19, Livingston 6. and, White Oaks. Overthe trlllltand wise .
journal be divided the ocean into ton sample: on for XHTCRKD.miuaraoir.J \1' 4 .c
of degrees each and be had the squat es Cleric-Stone, 17, G rnie 6. week to 'Of'ture:' the"uiruns Cotton limbs"of these'trees' creep 'and-twine: thoujeanJs'of ''.Thiithey have,:done wcrelly.for ,year?; S. 23 ,Schr.CUa WiUiaais,Boyd No Y4
; map so vines, ampng which I and it is a.matter of sincere '" ;Chu Rober"" 1'.e...
-arraogeJ ibid be could tell hour Sheriff' Bowden 24, Phillips 1. ; as a. mixture'with what.ope a maycnumer- congratulationthat M. 'S1 ,:
many days Brig 'ltli3la Kerr. :
ate .the Sarsapafilla ,the and Jessa they bave now.raised the ADa.
later continues ( Grape ,flag of faction .",
till eacb the vessels the The Sea 4 "
IelmaFseer.S. -
monib'.pf spent in Tax Assessor Crichton ; ;
year -McKinlay 23, 1.Commitsionert dlfcu1ty. mine
'* particular of the in Island planters must of we vmlf.a..ki9d, 'ofylvan and! floral! and sedjtion, and will. henceforth, 'be known 'I. 44 .- )'
for ny whales; how spot ocean ,had looking -Blitch 25, Plummer 25, their rop. They talk now ota portion of fabrjc, throtigu' which"..passage is ,almost and read of all men' as: forming a.uw' of ..; ";Scbr. ChaltoBge, Smith, Chariasttav"
many days they seen a ,
sperm wb lu.- and' how many days they Picket 25,. Higgmbolham' 25. third: I presume the quantity Sea.l land impracticable.; Through such a wood a political desperadoes and .freebooters; who 4 .: .S ,Cornelias W, 4..Cook Beaufort Lu.<<. Cit

.badeeeo right whale; by wh'
wa*-aabl J to e very' clearly what part. BLACK CREEK. Keysthis, year will New'Por.. 4. ',and 2000. ble length,.by which 'and.without any percepti.. -,own.bock? Aii i !iini .tree.: DemocratS I s '. tl', Au.._ _, r1e1Z4York. S f
bales." S descentiybu] reach th?.spring.: At .first will rejoice tbatjve'are be rid r
-t..e.oel. were ,most frequented by Chief Justice-Thompson 27, Baltzeil 26, to at. Jenglb, "' J.UJtE ,
appearance it at'elll'S almost a circle. And ia of their"pres arid "
of. it. various pc "Tbey
.periods of.( the yurafi'orJed I'\tl' the best at Wright 3. \Uallne'Aca. ." u... about seventy' 'yards, diameter t ; When have been the reproach"and the'disgrace1 of. Sept i'30,.BrigJiToiinX HofiPLANTEESVEOUSII: e d I
hunting ,
;inoundtf.i; I turned out,that there was 4nociattJutiu-Doogla641 Dupont21\ ,. ,The SchponerVp/itarw; ,H. .DAGGETT>; -.3' first r. stood upon its banks -and :took the the party: foK-taanjrf; ;Veara.t;-jHotninal'l :

'belt of ruiJes, in, bieadth- going right 'SemmesTlfr, Hogue 7, Master,, from Boston bound, to-1Panama, first glance.into the deer; blue"calml gemlike members of r'political: organization?"tbejr ., '

tronnd the worl ..which) the nght whale Judge of Probate-Price 26.Livingston.28, Mills'? St. John's River, for a ; of lumber' thing,before roe, I felt as though {.were have been In'' position to inflict upon'us'numberless >aT."MAa'( 8, 0*.. ;

"al. .The whale. could mistook her and loa looking I intothebright j eye of some ,great disgraces, and at &ani'lime' S BUiITihorf
.Deef IltR .rlh Swart 2. "' < ,TbU n liowii Ha; w
light clime port oxt "
Jto angel,,and. in troth
it is unlike divide
not the to ancflhisfra'etourcounsel '
(Defer crow the tropics; il the .opinion'ofawhalqrwho the 28th. '9 noble;' Bu'tv e t dUUaM*f Ute tUwnboU whuCUr
luul been onboth sides, &lcizor-aer 52, Rogers"12.&ieriffrBolen whilst attempting togo out Captl state? fearful' eye, which. imagination might give are'now happily'relived. They have'gbne 1 aowper&v.n4er'th': oatn4.Ui,*

tbt.right whale :Ollth,North .Pacific, and Clei"St' '.i, ,jGarnie'33. hear the bar, where she now.he lies got in aground..criti to a powerful 1 benevolent Divinity. I founda bythemaelvu." :The C_:ole'S Croswel1i i BNawr..iTh'U how waile, under.aM J Jof
a small.boat embarking, inwhico,I, Uws and on'ar have' Jlra.'K..Mfflw, W I" PUoa ''
the right cat situation. paddled io to a p ttt (lfe\i '' aeqolnd a ray
"bl tie GrenJaud'"wa one Phillips 17.Tax4isessop.McKinlay .. Hopes are entertained.'that *-
.0 to'tbecentre Ana olaat BOOM. "Th MBt pISVtorbyigJuudsbed
S and*he ; she4vil1. be atlth. inferencesbeing; got iff. The vessel | tUV nlilfU a*"*
.Jha1stame Irio o year' tre' must 53,'Crtcbtori1' I 8.BkoYA&D'1GaTni&s hai'|rid is,4y) off for. ground.parted tackle.ber parency of'the' water ,when I call it as I. f f'feiser: '!jigbtsofnfaction and' 'idisorgi'rirpi'tiooara'to hoP.0 retiia Its,. tXit.limUB;htp.itatIaat L I"

le. water 10 fjo.one to,:the majorty 13: 'Phil. \understand she had no pilot boardat clear as the sunny air... H :. form tb.*.ta J.'* _.'. merit pubtio patrOflZ*. .'-:_' ,-, ,j

other through the Arctic su;. ,At ,thajuried I.plptie I lip:* 'majority 14, r Y''S ,15, the. time. she 'went ashore.7"A'e o eniCity.) The depth::of'the spring is variously 'es- P b, 1citon.s- 1.. to ; pat 6V,. ftUNLE'Ptspde ,
from '
; the .If toe iroild were J Livingston' maj.,5. -" one to'A.O.. hundred feetr atone .t < .5 .
11 "The Itey-Stom "tate." \ place.. I: .do.no lea ; i pRTT.ln1T.pm 2'I
Cteniy & w John,'Frank 20' } t;'.tol i hazard the tW&: l1 .ldt !e igt t SS.f. 9 hJ\':
lid and ,hit. The .rsoJuFIL-Repored majority' for statemeot, that the depth cannot beJ Jess than '
companion* : fact of the ;The \'fand.magii pfetyi dfstinguisnedlcbaractf t'n vS Vfa'well :
whales .either aide being eottsulered iden Stone.' -'the "same' for McKinlay, ,.Bowden.' this in ent steamship beasing one hundred, yet .such is the: 'ranlparen;) :( bM ' Baker and ihe residue of name honor of the State ot Penn. of the water,,that might .discern. 'which .. tio* Company.J' "
'ticii,1ea toaw;,'':protJil.u.el'Yv; Tak Whig ticket aylvania is now in our harbor on' ber first you ; a pin! :'our Fatherreqaires of}asf calC'ifa'tei 1 o rWWE1est- sad slsn&14 .,

lngul.'tleatte dumb :By 1U abure ret it will be .seen,.that" {rip. from.PJiiladelphia.. The : upon (tbe boUom." IJ,. nc1e"voredto. .ascejv blower us Ib.th.;:eHtim4tibri! ofo;h rsV !to' ,' ".wh..t It (
/ performance ; ,
it tain .sccgraujyits.depth,; and .threw, ian unfit .for..the 'dutici vor AT"'Ca'
rere".h ,,: "Wt. placed ia his the Whig Skerifj Tat Assessor and of bei*Jrf .from us ; tbeleas'yres.or i EY8TON
he of Collector : passage Philadelphia ounce ball uitu the water faC that,. ? 'We Iar..* j'STAT&OPGEQRou.
| ec/rtary this purpose, !irt3 Slay >piijorgtru'eltbe; uw
b. Navy CoinmissloBer and cijy,)irt.tbe, abort space of fifty.six,and ; ; J. fitd.elphla.rnzy.Wibinsd&y.
j. eites4stde.jiueJiihe eommanAmrtcatitxpeJtfiott Coroner'are elected:! a half.hour*,.when her but. a .large (fii.hi .sVallowed Jt b"foreiit; L inorei !if we';'dbserye His lawsl Think'of, j. G4LTjUl1eaY. San'beM-S&e .

4e'.ibt. in search, of by large,majorities' The precincts to comin. and: tiff j has created. quite machineryvas.a sensation new..in. reached,the bottIInf.hicb tb\Varte4uy.pur-; b1.? ;.my yotfngfrten"d.; Tbrnkfof thiij 'inj 'I are the mosLeoJattrCaw., sunzupasseforithtfsadptL" Qt .._. ;;

; za pup the WeUingtoiSzraILsaiidi'Jiea ,will probabI/ increase.;!their majorities.: business. f'Otej-b| ; Ji'4-- lot gaiji:pleasure;;.for himself, aged friend. : ; lU7ean

ibere.t. lUIktO the north- Tbevote for.Cierk, 'close curiosity our .r Jea "I) excited! a ,general as.be seemed not to enjuyb s;{leaden.bteak., [ >-W e ate despise; the worid., '8uibowllio.what S -. :l Svaantbas. lIwx,;" .. :;.. ". a
loo to enable'us alt toe jhis ,e&e.I..Sbe; ,will i fast. .pit&Jtbtj bottom a ,ruc4rioas Ie 8 t tdn
deposit !.
"t.fDt..qpen 'nea-wssnge. Lieutenant be thrown .way By undervaluing; God's ;
to d 'tirminehIc&'canddateii ;open to-day for public inspection which ha gift: :S oL 64Oo w.j
i4i id
elected ; rabla
a C reductive
S* *, 4nt'Cij pti., }'e laud others powers stopping our t, 'it' ,
HI' tiny; r and.the gallant ; ears, /ind scaling! OIgI eyes :I Kt- Ill u' :,40." 4
";*y en t there,,found the and came !ib e precrnits'yet '.tb. be"; (aril1 :from. 'jnus. | r.v ....; ,-J 1Ie. aft SaVarl\'M: H.trdle.wiIlhc.lIleased! When. tb. sno'leuinest ..the>ppripg"t'is,:;filled against the reyclation* of bis love! No inf: ttate.of'Gestts'--11., t'i",- ., l'.:

,to Hd-ftjioried; : its, 1'1'1!) ,w9r4.al! drcit.h enteit fSongt: .we.jncirijo & h"' e .j 1O'ClOck4.Mu4; oboarJ 2.Q'dock.,: he-"I. meat with ran\bow;,:fftfo/s,!au4 makes jtof the I ; lleed, Next. cTverjaluing'l bewrlif, iio- KeSI5s 5 S&&' it', ''J 1,'t*' = :*.4"Slata L'.

ia ,Ie1,4A a gr1rneureJu; the op'mioa tbatfiStone (whig)' irel.eted'lrlng. M., and the',cnUemen aand"tn 4 'clock,' bevitchmhil.fairy.likasceiiestvhithnaiuraIc mhiiitiq iler-valutng it'rousfbft and *if WB%,are''to I 1L81tf 0( '\. ;. *, J
: .
can proJocB.orj.creatai
$ijdWycrK" P;.:) j iul5eojjuinbyljia O.rSfiJ. povtdene :State'of M..t I .
w'eS_ .
ii re-elected i'V .nlk .arrangementandsplendid ,
"' Tatc'tiieiiU oa'Jt.) Jttdje'of: .I/observed .QtQulbof.Jarg: ,fiwarr "
7bJ } ) .these ao4 t
fact i : ; & aehlags.'tm inostoff.ps1v.Ean.Lonfitgo j['lItoee.-s :::I :
erlb'i '
'wertncetvt.d "the,8riiMi meriniil lj P r e C The,majority! ,lot.Bake J itig/or: ) .tbe J Slo4 accprambdaup, lal'lor.hr.Lpasaeiigersre.a. proifided.onboard cavcinth4 rocks,beloH% ;Fromth.. chasm Lte : ,hhn, sQ4' Jb .\bo f' 'erl J of UeoflIa" \ ." ,

teic4n4 (JiYeJy1t l' Ot .gf'ltl.maIi' Solicitor in the rill welbink ja: this Jim p5drifer'eem oaiiiedJortti.}Tbr i4pvreCL jittcI bonoadie lCeatoGC&M;
D. courrty< ,. ? "ot .wrILwurttyu' ,bou C'. Jiispection41Eer-;i ssiireor. FI IG S&&e of fi' .1. t.I '
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'_At Iea"4'. ._... 'i I f {-. J CHAFEE. t.. .l 1Iam ostlQ";l 1h'. : .Td S 5' '8_l WnD.1.a *b.. j

man from Savannah Geoa* 1-1'C""ftIUa :. 1" : .. ...! '' -- -- L------. rug the emabI merPisctIn,.of the .j..

By1"I1t nU..S:r Satisfactory refer 1'ge,t1W Mrma- I:_/- .: m..l-.E.'E. -.S. .fi-f .ND',& JRO .. ":5 ". i ;trtit1hwei .f *_healthy action, oaf muteriec Ueh blood

.) Ji ..frwa Conner taoployen, Compsa.tioQ and is folly t. .' ,.I } \ ) :! 1 4. .*_al.[ *5.%' "
not*o mach an object a* a prepared to An most improved ''j KI "
permanentgitnation. .
I Tiigl (
; St \ *tty'fl
: Bav,4oi .
> plan The patronage: the -eommonity boJteited' .- FitZflons1y,1: -'_" -'" ,-';_. f rOil waited tLPhflsiIasbaZ,e4lel.s'
Addre C.G.. .M.. throujb Jadnonrine P. O. DfMv.ha a:preparation -with whIch :." miiv i *'amnyompLibeti titwbkb7eis are booL fa'ob
tilt' .* _2&' the nervesof!,CBinf: teeth: may be destroyed ,CIl RLESTON "i.S .C l. rli"'i mia_ 'em. *. either total tr-1UVaL th1.
- without I, t bees fond 0IMItimbI.bsndt Ia....
pala.-------- oct 6 'weetly taRhJp.Lta"Sl
Brought.to JaiLj *. ,X-ANSEATJ/jt BCIICKJIVEK ,Importers an3! Wholesale.Dealers Foreign )> LEXOif' Sntor. in naif ptpes*'quarter cask : p.r the blood .s oberSn1ioo u..w. .

NEIRo BOY;".., laii 1 ADO 1i 'and:Domestic LJquors %%'mneeCordials. .,barn, kf'g-<" lIt fn boxes of one doen each. AA r : W rt.ftr. t r r. od eotnpJaiat *which may erlahs.Irn- .

A PHUS.and that be belong*to James Reed.; W.liolesalc Grocers. eaiii;Tobacco!, &c!. and Martofacturers. 1JaaiafcaLhneJiiic lci d do to.'t 4 Yedees4a7,"aTierahe.*rriral i-of the Can eulariuea.a> headache t&sncse'tfeifM. f+fM

l.r c rleltoa.s. a Said boy i*4'.fet 9 ioehei. of Lemon of Sardines in whole'haff quarter boxes. .l tbut1n4UVa..i ., ,.. the tide,back let ,Tinsw pills are-tfcee rikafik
lira,black complexion,. &.about fourteen orjteea 14 JHaywrtrerf,":CAorZfUon. &' C.. ,Syrup, .urorqualitf.! T Lobsters;Mackerel;SalmoaAind Clam*,.in I S.e -." and efiectoal renwdy to mtitt. H flonliHT!
yean eld. Keep witanll, M'hand **'txtennrt .pply of,C'fD ': S .'J.t..J"'tt.O. Saturday. ," eamplalnUi toot Nervouaee. Mli ehefr/>.

The owner Isnqae to eome'forward,prorci FLEETWOOD U rrESTi;." C..BCSCErTKR.. tAg fnllatnn artidti tchtck they art prtjxirtd East IndiaJPnserred Gu rr.in boxes of 9 iThe* ; and Splendid Ocean Sick.IleadWBae, Giddiness,. K.'I-. I **w.v
.,ptrty,jajcbArjea. *take him awa,. to selL to City m4 Country Mu chtiUt a* their araeash..55 , ,. ; -r .steamOn Ironing Dreamy Dieii ,st Wight or tt wr.
rJAMES VINZANT.ec& HOLLOWAT'JI Oi-rnnPTT Aim Pn-w turn tf- tuital liberal trrtav .. 5 *French Cherries in Brandy,itt boxes of I'doi. J any of the Dfawasee that sum from affeatlsaa rf.

.It Bailor D. C. 'tWIll, Cw(f .. Bad Leg.after..Thirty Yean COCRAC BKASDT..:J.J.Dcplifi J,5 J.'Bousse 5 each. 9 Y'}IJ I Mo .CcnrV the Liver. Imparity oflhe mood. "&dIr-
tufftrinz- yir. WHliam Albt, builder of J'rniU In flray.nores'oti dozen each, of tw Bowel _
-:- gee Pinet.CastiBon & Co.. J. UenneVy. P. H. Uo- 3IAa1ON ,
For. : Enterprise- O'rell" Knshcliffe, near Hnddenfield, raftered for dard & CoLeger Freres third Dapny'Jc Co.; assorted. \ tons,, } X. r'1,2O osTxz, '-on"r.S ,)I.dIiai Eida,4;. .
a period of thirty from a bad which .Do do in their own juice7 do do. .5w.
yean J. & F. Mart l. and other choice brands in : eivI5ibJthe
Landing tie St. 1 IV toKterstgAodt Tb'y :
AJld Intermediate on. was accompanied \y itrong scorbutic svmntoms. Pie Fruits do do. d Wednesdaysrrvrnv S
half pipe quarter and eighth casks,and in boxes .
John't nicer.Tberteamer He Stuart' and St receipt of their manuTactare nbmHted M
: bad recoUrM to various medical men for advice of 1 doi- each. Loverbg' Refined Sa- ro.-
"DARLINGTON .without obtaining relief S. 1X00 ton n AUA Com'r.SoUTflliwEa forinspection. say that tbe'iuzredfceU ef whIch
and told
any was ASTER ic** Ha.uIDv-4th proof in imitation of gan.Do *
I i Ca-pt. J. BEOCK.Will leave Jacksoni3El by them the leg must be. amputated. Notwithstanding French ball pipes quarter and eighth caskv. Loaf, in boxes and half boxes of 16 loaves ,lR' they for are all composed make(abUt the i pHi oflW Ia
4i.IeaRI. tkt Liter'fmpariUo
Com'r. use
S ville every Saturday morning.rat 8 all thi be ha recently beei cared by Do do let proof, Inbarrels.lhou..ED S each. '1.000 iops. Lw&s Blood fce. GEOHGE WCQD.M.J' .
o'clock, arriving at Palalka lame day. Leaving the ne of lloUowaV Ointment and J'ills although trN-PineAple, Anchor, Cologneand Do Crushed in \ rrels. These Steamers'are unrivaDed'oo. the coast for F. CKQVTLEY.M.D. .

Palatka 6 o'clock Monday morning,'in connection he has ntUfoed ,the venerable age of Clover Leaf Brands. 5Vnisxvlrish Do Ground or Pulverized,in barrels.Do safety speed and comfort experienced and courteous I. .
with the-eteamewOoroliBa and Welaka, tIl'Yent -.ears. The truth of.this statement, can % and Scotch. Steam Refined Candy,'.in boxes of 45 Ibs. BOWEN.1LD.,
tables. with
wW reach lake. Munroe same day. Relinking, be verified by Mr. England,.chemist, Ilndd.!- Do Monongah'ela 1st and 2d quality.Do each. luxury eomDlUJden.-which will ensure ;to supplied travellers by every thu f Pare'l1aitll bni tboee Iniut firt'tfreafture .
Almonds, best Bordeaux and I nand of "i. N. HOBE 3ACS/5aa. iLer
Enterprise at 5 o'clock 1'a.eIda1'8JornIII field An TMara Marseilles
yin leave ( PitUburg. SheaT&ye and shell. S line every possible comfort and accommodation.
*nd Pa1atb at 8 o'clock Wednesday HornIn OQr OIL S hard t This line connect with the steamers Carolinaand are woTthIe im5taiii/fci.. .. -. .. .>,

*.'&Ddatri. at Jacksonville earn diy. Dr. 'A. Upham' Vegetable Do Baltimore,.Western Eye and New abort,Castile 25 Ibs.Soap each.of superior. quality, in boxes of Florida and through. tickets will be issued Agent*wiping 'new iatfStJL &d all etterf
A. M.HEED.Ag't at Jacksonville Orleans rectified.Bux S to New.York. i wishing to become Arentf;sand*kUr H bbs sre*

pet 6-tf It. R &. Ag't at Palatka. Pile Electuary.A -Old Jamaica,.St. Croix 'New, Orleans Soap, Jackson's Velvet Wine No.1. -. For freight or passage having elegant' stateroom rrietor..J. N.HOBEXSACff hi* Labaatory

- PLANTERS ATTENTION and.New England. 'S : ." : I Cork. ', in bake,and bags of 7groseesib. aeeommodatioas, apply at the office of the No. ISO Nnrtu Second street aove'Rao. *;PHIL.
., certain Car for Pllre,cither Internal Old North Carolina and Vir S HENRy ADELPHIA.- .
. JJClSAtTS *' .'. or External, Bleeding,or Blind. ginia.APPLE. '. Do,Jug common and Tap Bottle, ,bags 4. fiDp 7 rross.Do .."S Corner East Bay and Adger South Wharf.: Sold by aftDroggiita aBd Hcre&u t t 4k/ .

for all inflammatory s. affections BEASDT-New Jersey and North Caro from United State. ." ...
FERTIOZEH.; ALSO Velvet Demijohn,'* 4ana5ggarWhiie' &?-Cabin passage Charleston! $25;stecr- _. l .
:.AMERICAN the kin,and Impuritie of the Blood lina. S Wine in k .. ae,S. /, Sept. 13. .4r
quarter ea
AND's1PE.B.;: PHOSPHATE p1LIME. arising from any source. Prepared and sold only CoROUt* Neyean. Terfect Lore,. Annisett Do, Cider or Apple,in barrel -> ::: td'G
bribe original proprietorat his Medical Office, Rose Cinnamon*nd Peppertuiuu NcverfaUing3v' .m
BIS I>0 EQUAL.ESPRESSLYron SEOABS-A large assortment of Rio Hondo FOil PALATKA F.
190 Bowery. JCew York end .br hi agents S Wms-tMadeira,Newton; Gordon Cossart fc Conaolacion :.
r'ilantropa J'
'PREPI\'RED throughout the United State The genuine. has Co., Leacock and Jardine, in i and } casks. choice brands, of direct Washington importation., and Also other Flo. Touching at Darien, Brunswick St.:Jforzjs, '

my signature in .y own handwriting. Port;Page's Key and other choice brands. rida,Havana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes.' Jacbonvdlc Middleburz,Btatk Cieekond. '
Wheat. CI"rI' Graf nll'kindt. Corn Po. .For sale at- .APOTU .CAR Y HALL Sherry pale Daff Gordon. &Co.Beoitaa and TOBACCO-P.- Rebinnon' celebrated S Picolata.
Honey .
t&toetand Groat i*suitable for 23. other choice brandsDo
; July .
Dew lb. in whole half
i plugs. and boxes, of 100
all Snili. do Brown, do do Ibs.each. S h : The. new and superior eteam-Backets

BARREL* ii sufficient for an Acre oi Pohonlnl. Do Teftrifie., Ventoso's London.Particular Do Hough and" Ready in kegs of about 100 .1.Ek' JOHX'S and WILLjfASI, Capt. JAKEjJ GASTON FHKKBT -

OVE. far superior to Guano and at half iu Thousands of Parents who n*e Vermifuge composed Cargo do. jiDo Ibs, each. BOM, will ,
casks. Cupt THOMAS SHAW leave Savannah for
price,eanbeh&dst35Operbarrelor23perton of Castor Oil..Calomel."&c.. are not aware Sicily Madeira, quarter Do W or .'.Premium lobacco in 5's, 8's, and the above follows 5
ofZiztOlb*. Methud of using iL, Matter ikoad.esstandklrrOWifl. that while they appear to benefit the patient, Do Malaga, dry and sweet in J and i casks. places as
and fib.Do The S( John' on Thursday morning the 13thinstant
To be bsdofthe.prepria. they are actually laying the foundation for a series Loinot POUTER-Byass.quarts pints. El Dorado,in boxes 40 to 45lbs. each

tor only. GEO. A. LEINAU PropV.. of diseases,tnch as Ialivationloll of sight, Do Scotch and East India Boxes Ale quarts dozen It each.pints.1 And a variety.of other brands;in JP.,8'*, and Tuesday, at morning 10 o'clock the;29th and instant William at 10 Uastoa o'clock OD-; .
No. 19 South Front-street Phila: weakness of limbs, &e. t lb. plug. _. -
dozen each. ? f r and continue to leave at the same hoar
Do do Casks three and six : every
In another column -will be found the'adT'ertile- Smoking Tobacco, in boxes of 5 and 8 dozen
USED SUCCESSFULLY each and Thursday and Tuesday thereafter. The latter HOLLOWATd
which ask WISE BITTEHS-Boxea,one dozen on '
Ho nsack'8l\.Jedieines ,
ment of to we 4and8oz.papere- S
boat the United StAtes mail. For
By Dr. Wm. W. Clarke. of Philada? Go.Graves. the attention of all directly interested in their draught. Wine Bottles-French and German Patent in freight carrying or Baring handsome ltat roomaccommodatiotll 0 1 'N '1' M. li

Esa.Mr. Field,of Fox Chaw,Pa; Air.Darid own and their children's health. In Liver Complaint Cordials assorted, do do. hampers, one gross each passage apply on board, or to -.

of Mount Airy; Mr. Janny, Backs Co.;; *and all disorders arising from those of a C'aretVine, do do. Flavks-Quarts, pints and half pints. J..H. GUNBY

Mr. Kboadi Montgomery; Mr.Chu. Wood Bilious type, you should make use of the only Madeira do do. Demijohn's, 2, 3, 4, and 5 gallon Agent.Savannah. CBIPFLC-SCT. A. H>r. HIS CRUTC0ZS. I.in. .
Iiaih W.od& re" N. J.; Mr. Boadlnotte, ol genuine Medicine Hoben aek'i> Liver Pills. Port dodo. # Candles Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine.. BlSBEE & CANOVA TEiaaa'nr&1st. ..
Burlington City N. J.; Mr..Bond, of Salem N. $3-Be not deceived-but ask for Hobensack's Sherry' do do. Pickle end Sauces. Jacksonville.
J.; Mr. Troutwine, Abingtoo Backs Co.-Pa.j;; \r orm ?yrup and Liver Pills and obsfrve that Champagne in baskets,one dozen each,.quart* TEA*-Hyson, Imperial and Black. Agents Copy eTa letter from Sir. Thompson,'Ch.emid'' ;

) .:Trainer,of Delaware Co ; Messrs.'Cotemat each has the signature of the proprietor, J. N. and -Flag, Heidaeick, Douche, jan 5-by fjCJ-Tlie St. John's will go to Ss. Augustine 5 .Lnerponl d teil Aa;vat !0th, 1852. '
liitchener of Salem Co., :li. J.; Mr. Mahaf- IIOBEN SACK,as none else are genuine andotherbrandi. Wines every fourth trip commencing" (leaving Savannah To Professor HotLowATsDtAR '.

fey, of Marietta Pa and a host of Farmers in my26-y The above comprise some of the finest I ),,on the 20th in' &. Sept.13yIn SIR: 1 am enabled furnish you'with Ik

Delaware flew Jersey, Pennsylvania. and eUewbere. imported. t" .die Circuit Court of the'Ea.tern CIi-- most extraordinary cove effected! by year iaTaJsr-
fJCf-The mo t astonishing results are being ble Ointment and FilU.which astonished evt.
Farmers making Mack Hills, will find"a fen produced' by the use of OILMAN'S H JRUYE. STATE OF FLORIDA. For Sale. Ionic of Florida*Pntiiam County to wit.;; cry person acquainted with the ittffeier. Abo**

barrels invaluable. For FRUIT TREE:*,ttbict It is doing what has never been done before Isham C. Ellis, complainant,f 10 yean ago Mr..W. ,Cummins,of Sattney st.,'
it will greatly benefit by being scattered around -changing Gentlemen's Hair. Whiskers or PROPOSED AME:DMEXTS TO THE CossTrrrrios Valuable Sugar and Cotton against >Bill for Divorce. in th w town, was thrown from his horc*.whereby

alter they bare been dug about a light coating. Mustache from red, white, or jrrwley grey, to a OF SAID STATE, Abigail R. Ellis.defendant.Bill > he received very serious injuries. He"had tbs

For Sale only by GEO. A. LEINAU, permanent JET BLACK or beautiful brown, as required Adopted the sixth General Assembly. Land in Florida. of complaint being filed in this ease, and best medical advice at the UBM, and was afterwards -*

'.. 19 South Front-street Phila.,"Proprietor. in one minute. [No. ].] THE undersigned offers the following Val- it appearing to the, satisfaction of the an inmate of different infirmaries; yet he
N. 15.-The American Fertiliser ha been. used Z. D. OILMAN, Sole Proprietor city of AN ACT.to alter and amend the Fourteenth Property for sale viz : i Court that the defendant resides without the grew worm and afterward a malignant r-.nniag

sceeenfal y in the Islands Bermuda and Bar- Washington For sale by Druggists and Hair- Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article.. II SUGAR PLAN I ATlOtf, known as St. State of Florida, to wit, in the State of Georgia nicer settled in his hip which so completely P"

badoea._Ui_'_ pet 6 Prc'sers. everywhere.Clothing.. and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses ol Josephs nitnated in St. Johns county at the on motion of J. McRobert Baker,Esq.,solicitor p'.e.l him that he could not move without emtehesf.

GARDEN SEEDS the Fifth Article of the Constitution of thu head of Matania River, in Graham Swamp : for complainant, it U ordered that a bearing ol fur nearly ten yeanReefBtly be .began U BM

: 0 State. containing 1300 acres of which about 800 are of I I the facts charged in mid bii:of complaint bo bad your Ointment and Pllli which have now healed

Fresh and Genuine.JUST SUBSCRIBER: keeps constantly on t-EC. l.'Ee itenaettSbit the Senate and lion rich loam, based on- marl; 000 are well cleared, I at the next term of the Court to bo. holden at the wound strengthened 10m limb.and enabled

THE. ,in his Store, on Bay Street, a general of Rcprcientatirtt of the State of Florida in Central thoroughly ditched and at .present under culti-1 Palatka in the said county of Putnam, on the him to du>pense with his crutches,to that fce sa<
receiftd from the unel'J.pfMr. David assortment of Ready-made Cloths Hats, jtttembly convened 'J hat the fourteenth, vation ; about 53 acres of well re-supplied and I first day of November next and that said defendants walk with the greatest ease andtwrta ;na v4;

near Philadelphia a full assortmen Caps. Boots, -Shoes, Gloves, $tocks. Handkerchiefs Clause of the third Article of the Constitution ol plant cane. Centrally d on the plantation do apt-ear and plead,answer or demur to .health and vigor (Signed) I J
\of Frtth and Genuine Garden Seeds, of Hosiery, and every article1 usually kept in this State be so altered and amended as to readas ol. is a superior Steam Lcgine,with Sugar mill and i i the said bill of complaint, on or before said day S 1. 'TBOMPSOY.A .

the crop of"1353. Furnishing Establishment, all of which will be follows,riz: "Tbere shall be a Secretary complete Sugar works capable manufacturing I r or decree will thereupon pass in the aime manneras MO'T EITBAOKDISiRT CCRC,Or A I.un-
Rata Kaga Turnips Long Scarlet Radish, eold low for Cash. State elected by the qualified voters of this tAte 10 to 15 Lhds per.day, and saw mill attached if the defendant bad appeared and was present
Flat Dutch M Long Salmon .' 29 tf JOHN L. RlPLEY. on the first Monday iu October, in the year 1S56 tunning two single *aw*. Abo, finely situatedon ; in Court. It ia further ordered that a copy of rCL 5 SKIS CI:CAfiE 5 ,WhEN Ait 5 IlEDJC1J."UD.5-.' -*....
Red Top Royal Cabbage Lettuce, sept who shall continue in omse during the term of pine land and commanding a view of the whole the above order be published in some public HAD KAILED. .

Large ulobe.' Early Cabbage PLANTATION four years; and he shall keep a fair register of the plantation a comfortable two story and attie newspaper in this .,State, for the space of three Copy of a Let,"from Mr. Hlrd\\ Draper,of

Yellow Aberdeen White CosLsadrth'a official act and proceedings the Governor, and f same dwelling house containing ten rooms, and I month before the day appointed for laid* ear- heady, itcarGaiiisborn, dated Monk 1,*52v '
( York .Fon! SAtE-The Plantation owned and shall, when required,lay thtlallame,and all papers neeeseary buildings. The works and buildings I ing. "
Early To Professor llotU'WATS .
Cabbage Corn Salad :i formerly occupied by the late Col.John'oHf-J., minutes and vouchers relative thereto, before the are all in complete order for immediate o1LUA I A. FORWARD, SIB: Some time since one_of' .nry.children T' was. *

Large *. Asiatic aoliflower, icINTOSli, situated on the St. General Assembly and shall perform such other occupation. Also a fine stock of several hundred Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern afflicted with dreadful ernptiom over tie body

Green Glased rt Late Dutch ver, about fifteen miles above Jacksonville, East duties as may be required of him by law: Pro- head mixed Durhams, and common breeds of Cir'uit of Florida. and limbs. I obtained tha advice of several nm-*

Early Flat Dutch Extra Early Beet, Florida, containing about twenty-seven hundred oidd. That the term of office of the Secretary of: cattle, and a stock of about 80 full breed West Aril 21st, .; ineiit -and phyIl G an.,1)7 allot whowrtht
acres, near nine hundred ot which are open, and this amended Constitution S surgeon
State to be elected under India SheeP. which will be sold with the plantation -
Drumhead Blood 1 Stanilans GHnski Clerk ofthe Circuit Courtin considered At bngtk'Itried
Large Long 'ease WM hopetess.
cultivated with by him, add the re- of office
were success until the term
.. shall if .
not commence desired or separately.ALSO.
U Early Turnip Rooted for Putnam Ointment and Fills and withoot
Savoy sidue consisting hammock and pine land. It shall and County du certify that the your esq-
elected expire.
** Green Cnrld11ain Parsk.gu rf the officer now above is true of order file in office. geration the effect luirarnloua for by
of degreeof a copy on my was ; poemvering -
is eligibly situated, and capable a high enacted. That the twenty "
SEC. 2. Be it The tract known "St.
further as Ana containing.
: l'amip.IC Spinach. Witness my band and the seal of office this in their use, all the eruptions quickly di-?
cultivation. The building are in good order Article of the Constitu-
Clause of the third J73 of .
third acres, mostly high heavy hammock and
London Leek. 21st of D. the eliiid to
[L. s.] day April, A. li'.S. appeared and way restored perf'edbealth.
consisting of a comfortable Dwelling. &c., and be alt-ered and amended asto rich soil
At APOTHECARY HALL, tion of this Mate so prairie, having a from thiee to six feet S. (;LINsKI. :. '
bet 6-3t JaduanviUt, E. F. spacious and convenient botuws, adapted to all read as follows viz: A State Treasurer and in depth based on marl. Clerk C. C. cf Putnam county. I previously lost I S ehilU.from.a 'similar S .S co'
toe of stapllbutton plantation. shall be elected .
purposes a of Public Accounts
Comptroller AtSo,
h Jusltce'i Court Isf Dirtricl..A1och't&. co... I together with a grinding bouse and mill, and a I by the qualified electors of this State on the first TLetwo tracts known respectively as "Mala Sept S3m plaint, and I Jirtaly mediciae believe.,she, Jaad.1 would ia K fiav,her.h eaWadopted

Florida June 30/tf, 1853. boning house and boilers which are capable of Monday in October in the year l-56. and every -ouipra" and "Bella Vests," adjoining each Notice. saved ftt o.your' I sHa'l bet lupj-y to testify the truth"

Attachment.Thomas .. I turning ont from fifty to one hundred bog!hcada two years thereafter.SEC. other,and being at the bead and on the .Eastside of tab to any inquirer. "' _
of sugar. Also eight thousand acres of Pine 3. Be it further enacted, That the thirteenth Alataniiis Hirer end containing in all : MONTHS after date I shall apply to the i 1. HIB.DDimpOT.CESTAIt ; .
J. Prevail & Co. l SIX (Signed) .
am wOrD.u P 00 Land, the greater part of which U well timbered, Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution -1175 acres' The Southern half of Mala Compra, Hon. Judge of Probate fur Duval county, "'

1I.T- D..m "Wd *tJOO. lying on the St. John's river and its vicinity. of this State be go' altered and amended as which i is of heavy hammock and St. Ann, lie for a final settlement a.id discharge a*joint Administrator .BEHEDT To" ..1CItJWTlC.Biiici. .
Jolla andafl. For p.icc end terms apply to the Administrators to read as follows Till The Clerk of the Supreme immediately contiguous to St. Josephs, and i. "on tha estate of Oboduh Congar.'I AX AT0IIIItt ers.: f AX OLD LADY. '8ZTKST*
others interested
mIl E defendant of are : Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery,.I might conveniently cultivated with .thus :' late of raid county, deceased. TE.1K3 or AGE OP A tUZ LE3.

.a. hereby notified the institution of and the J. WALDBURG. Savannah, shall be elected by the qualified electors of thi, forming an extensive Sugar Plantation W upwards 'I je6-6m GEO. C. FLEMING. Copy qa Letter from Sftart. Waller tt ..;
above suit attachment and to :
appear B. A. PUTNAM, tate, on the first (October the year 2000 acres. The balance of these two I Cuemuls,"lJtIU&) S
filed therein within the
to the declaration's .
plead St. Augustine.Mr. 1836, and every thereafter, and the tracts is of Live Oak hammock based on closely To Professor HOLLOWY. :

tune prescribed. bv"KOBT.law. YOUNGBLOOD, J. N. JOHXSOX who is on the Plantation, Clerks of the IO.d hall be elected by I concreted hell stone or coquina, favoring moisture $500 CHALLENGE! DEAR SIR: Among the:numerous cure* dHtttby ?
will exhibit it and the other land. electors as is now for Sea. Cotton
Justice of the Pebce. the qualified manne II and of the firs anJjt1 Island ha use. of j*ur valauble 'medJeiaeijJ) tbltf
June A. P. 1853. September 15th, 1853. tf or may hereafter be prescribed by law. and Tobacco Twy might be easily brought neighborhood we may mention that of aa old
30th. Aug. 4-3m
SKC. 4. Be it (u.rtl1lr enacted. That the sixteenth under cultivation having been in years passed IIOBESA CK'SWORM SYRUP. lady living in the village of Preston about fire

Jacksonville Female Institute.MISS Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution -cultivated in Cotton of which thn yield wasfrequently mile from this city hbe bad ulcerated wound
New Goods! New Goods! Au article founded on Scientific principles I '
of this State be, and the came i N hereby so one half ginned cotton to the acre. with I in her leg fur inaay years; aaj latterly they increased

P. SWART AND MRS. M."IAFiL, trUST received by steamer. a rich and well altered and amended as to read ns follow, viz : There is.on the place a large number of sweet compounded perfectly safe purely when taken vegetable, and sutwtanec ha never to roth alarming extent,as to defy all .
ASSOCIATE TKIXCIFAU.fTVHE .), selected Stock of Domestic and Fancy Dry There shall bean 'tttorneyGeneralforthe State, orange, pomegranate fig lemon and peach been known to fail in curing the must obstinatecase. the :usual retaediestbcr' nealth .TapidJyg vinj..
Studies of this institation will he resumed Goods, Ready-made Clothing, I'ouU and Shoes, who shttll reside at the seat of Government ; ir tree*,and an extensive soar orange grove, all HTotmt can never exist when this remedy way under the flWrenl1;abe enduntL fiua fitresaing

Jon the First Monday of October next. Hats, tc. shall be his duty to attend all evasions of the of which; with proper attention can jbe. easily is once used from the fact that Jt not only destroys condition the bad recourse to joar OinV-

Terms of the institution according to eta liespursued. The Friends and Patrons of the Subscriber are General Assembly, and npon the passage of any restored to their once promising condition. _. them but all the slime anti mucus meut and FIRe and by the asfflrtaaee/oT friend*
solicited to call and examine his present :Stock act, to draft and submit to the General Assembly All of the above tract are situated between which remain.removes was enabled to persevere in their use"; null.sh*
The English branches from $4 to $S consisting part ofSmall at the same session all necessary forms of proceedings one or two nilss from the ocean, of healthy may recmved a perfect euro. We have eurselve been

French and Ornamental branches extra. figM Prints or Gingaam'a do Lames, under such laws, which when approved, location, and in convenient communication with TIlE TAPE \roiur. asttmuhed at the effect upon mold person she

N. B. Lessons in French will be given by Mrs. Alpaccas, Mohair Ln tres; Brocade ,Alpaeea, shall be published therewith, and be shall per- the City of St. Augustine being about thirty This worm is the most difficult one to destroyof .o iug above 7i>years of a e. We shall be happy
Marlow at the Institute to Pupils not'attending Chameleon Lustres, Persian Cloths, English Me- form such other duties M may be prescribed by miles to the South, by land, and about the same all that inhabit the human body. It grows to to satisfy any inquiries'a*.to.the authenticity

lb. Engliih branch rinoen, Paramatta Cloths, all wool; Plain and law ; he shall be elected by the qualified electorsof distance by..a.ter. by MaUazas River. an almost indefinite length .owl .becoming so thi really wonderful case;either personally or by-

5ept..L tf .' .. Fig'd M. de Lain black and colored Sills this Mate on the first Monday of October in ALSO, coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomach I letter. S S 5 >

plain and embroidered Cashmere Shawls,Hosiery the year I I6, and every four years thereafter The tract known as "New Hope," lying 16 as to produce Flit, St. Vltia' Dance tff.i whichis A private in ,the Bath police. force,also, baa
KENTUCKY HiliUry Institute Gloves, Laces Drew Trimmings, Bonnets, Uib- but may be removed by the Governor,on the address miles by water North of St. Augustine and between the cause of many going to'the"grave not believing been perfectly cured of'an old scorbutic afltetum"

by a Board of Visitera bon. very rich GalLon, Bootees, .Slippers, two-thirds of the two Houses of>ihoien- the North river and Guana creek; both that these complaints have their origin in the face, after all Other mean*bad. failed.?"Heaiates

DIRECTED State, ii under the raperintendeooe appoint- French Ties, Children' Shoes of.all kinds, Gentlemen's eral Assembly, and haIl receive fori.servicesa dtd. navagable for Urge boats. It contains 575 acres .. from the Tape Worn; --consequently they do net that it is entirely by the use of year. olat-.

of Col. It. T P. ALLEN a d>"tinimi.'bed, Wear. comijoiiaitiou to be fixed by la rf1 of hammock and pine land,and i; well situated use the proper medicines for their disease. To meat, and speaks loudly fq itS an&ev '.'' '
GcadnaU.f.West Point.and practical Engi- A very rich assortment of ready-made Coats That the term of office of the Attorneytfeneral and adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock those who are affiicto.1 ,with this awful'b to S WerernatnderssrS .* -. .
aided able Faculty. The of Pants Vests, Hats, Boots, Shoes and Hootces.SUirta to be elected under this amended Constitution raising.* health, I recommend the ue:of my Warm Sy. YoarfLuthfaTfr.SignedJ S.
tody seer, is that by usually an. taught in the best course colleges Collars,CravaU Scarfs, Ties, Stocks &c. shall not commence until the term of office of the ALSO, nsparsdLsvnrPitls.., The Syrup to be taken in ( WALKER_ ':'CO-

with the addition of an extended course of Math Boys Clothing-A good assortment on hand. officer now elected shall ex pi re. 9300 acres unimproved landat',Salt Spring doses of two table spoonfuls. three times a day; April 6th,-1352. -, ; ._ '" JJT
*matlos,; Natural Science, and Tbeoretie "and S Negro Clothing and Cloths very cheap. SEC. 5. Be it further enacted. That said elections -at*the north end ot Lake George,on the St. then take from five to eight of" my Liver Pills, to The Pith should be used eonjolntly with(be Oiit?

.Pnctkal Ear ra Please call and examiue Goods and Prices. shall be conducted and the returns thereol Johns ,immediately west of Urayton Island. dislodge and pass the W unn, strictly following meat in most of the followingje z .
made in the manner now prescribed, or whichay embraces "5alf ,and "Salt these directions, the .most bjtinate eases of
The bmUdings of the .Institute .bare been en- Sold for cash only. The track Spring Cad Legs. Chlego-foot Futola Sons T1
hereafter be prescribed by law,for the election it .Worm can speedily eoreiL ..
.tirtly refitted,and airangements made for heating t. B. AMERMAN. Spring -reek. which nearly equally divides Tape BadBreaatiChilblani*. Gout -, SkinDueaataBums
of member to Congress from this State ; S ROUND or STOI1.1CHvOR!.
whole and fromthe.riYerfor
length navigable GlandSllar
.them with steam which win render tb* Instknte Septemberc and it shall be the duty of the Governor to issue through tor This worm'.is usually found in the small intestines ..' Chip'dhandi, Swefliiigt
S boats of J or lour feeldraaght.The Corn (soft,)Lumbago;
entirely unequalled in regard to be.att1Jt eontenfl .the ScurvyBunion*, ,
commissions, under the seal of the State, to- and lithe worm most common to children '
of the
land lint ,
is mostly rolling yellow pine ; Pile ,
Careers ,
of salt u a1 !. ;
aDcI.zTeeableae. reridewse
ewe. -I:mEu: C L.A receiving the highest number of Totes for it not entirely confined to them adult
'it.dy@tb of instroctioa tM'strict- persons quality entirely free from Palmetto of Any kind yet' is ,as KheumaUsm, Ulcers .celtiI Woanda, '. .
trngnnesr the said several offices. snd thought to be good cotton land;together with have frequently been known to suffer with them. SON ippIee Yaws; ''Co-bay.EbphaatiasU
aeiudgeria.at. S T. in Jacksonville at the SIXTH GENERAL ASSEXBLT.-Passed the Houseof considerable bodies of and.live The Symptomt.taoft prominent.while. affected
The seventh Annual terra .commenced the SCIIC'OL win! open some cabbage Bito of Mtwquitoe*anf Saod FBea .
DSL C. Sum- Representatives by the Constitutional majority with this worm; are hardness aftdt fullness of the "
small Dwelling belonging to Mr. oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. Contracted and Stiff iambi
second Mdndsy, far September: 1833. ..Entireeharre January 3, .1353. 'Passed the Senatn by the stoob looseness of the bowels
1eID1-nna.a1'11e8 ion' men corner of Oeean and Monroe-stl taught The location also embraces facilitiesfor constructing belly slimy picki .aIeI ProfeeW.IWo
9100 surreoa'sbe at tb$ edabliabBAeni
( I .
.-extra.)per payable- advaoee;' v ".AAddreM trva yavne Lady"who feels confident' that she Constitutional majority_, January 6,1833.Capital. I: one of the largest and most practicable,water ng at the nose*:a bloeUh streak DdIr.th eyes 234Strana. '(pear riemple Bar,).'wCand
satisfaction to her She Independent'of the flow from the Ice... If you or.any of your children have say of way.
will give entire patrons. tower, as, 6fMedtcfneilbrdhhout
S rf !
th *
t.eacltCI'- at In-
; > Military 1AI tb'e Vendor*
oa'tbe 19th oft he month, OF \ print the water of lake Cherchell about four the &bonl'mptolDtl.HOB ENS4C 'g.WuHU
>stiuu,FraaUift county, Katuckyr,or,th.,na? irill commence present } 1. 'TaUahattee. In-pot
SYRUP safely
the _ion to eootinne 12 weeks., .She will teach --r---' ---no :miles length by one mile in breadth, may be can be depended.npoo.. Bynln; > .the
ec1... # 1 t..p DUnLt'' Speag;Defining,Reading. Writing,. d Arith-; I,CHARLES W. Dnwwie*Secretary of State the I made available by a canal' of about.16 chains in it yon have certain, sale, and speedy cure; And 6160 houses eta.cavoV inTtne Wjtolesoir Union and by Messi iirmerBeJUrn" *.A. B.
IDeMcJ"'crapItJi Grammar Philosophy. Nat- forthe-SUte ol Florida do 'hereby-certify; length, yielding an inexhaustible supply with if after using it according to the directions, the ;
President of the'Toard.. PbisiologyjAlgebr& 'to be a true attd'correet copy ofthe is.not restored to(health and the '; & I).Sands.isfew Verk.
;S ftlhr SIt' *ra.vMotAi aid Intellectual; I ,foregoing a fall of at least 1H feet.- 'Thespring-itself'the patient : worms I' eonsidferabie rrnTiT'takMili

:T ::. .. History.Modem and Ancient,and any other ,original on file in this office. water of..'hich .ha*:been jaaalyted;]yj Prof. thoroughly 'eradicated from the system','you*can I rrbere Is"a. S. S''
S branches that may be'necessaq to the In Testimony; .Whereof.,I have hereunto CheltonofNewSorkaadshown to be of vat rest assured there is no remedy beyond the grave. 'large sues. .Jtr..tJ
studjCsor ; pJ ii if .
..- i .:; affixed 'signature and the Great Seal oi As for fail there uTno" rachword sa MI;with i. p.- Dio' Mt the -
t *advancement oi the pupiL itecununcDoauvui. -S my !uable medicinal properties, ia of 1apa lous!dimenoionf S. affixed to'eaJ jSiCahThls'Oiatiaent "" .
.0. ) .. .5 can be procured from reliable sources._' ".i 3 the tState of Fbi lda- Done at the Capitol being ft)yards in'diameter most those who use my Warn'-''. '. e'veryfJIsbrder are. JaduonvilU'V -

She wishes all pupil to begin at the"commencement .: in the City ofTallahauee.on Monday the eligibly.and plctur6squely-located. Its:;position ASCARIDES oramatl Thrria TTo'rti*, ; i* rorli

ot the quarter, and they will be ex- ": 23th day of>larch,Ar: D.1S53, and seven the in a Commercial or agricultural point of view These worms,"to'which the:h'uraaa systenfTi liable Ii 'T. MeMlLtTAK Apethiearyfiafl'Duct. .''.

peeted to.Mttle at-the expiration.of, half theTurn's S i ty-seventh year of the Independence. of. with iU advantages jn constructing a boafcanal are the most troublesome of all others. They e23-1
4 : United.States of America. r only, a fwr muee across to the Gulf of.Mexico are generally ttf be found in" the reetuaa, aui if .

q of iTuitio'B for those who BpeJl,'reAd:'anei *,:: C.' W.. DOWXINO Stated: must before very long, draw,the attention of the allowed to remain, .from the irritatIon. they produce Josiub AsharstWlLU ..

1; f write-Junior Class** $-T other Studies will constituU S 1iI" S Secretary of lIU.IUrI'an4 merchants,of'that fertile.region lay the'"foundation. serious dWordeft S \'L1 Mdlc1ae

., Senior Cla set-r$3. She will perform her S -:: '. ALSO," ., such as infiamntation of the bowels and other derangements keep of all l1arord Dia. oe,..R.
duties faithfully and bope to receite. a. hart. of i To CIRCULAR SAW mill Owners..PPEoTto 'vTw tract containing 6000 acres on the' west ofthe stottach- The best and safest the ci e and nptioaa
examiaationa nre
'. the patronage o&be'community., ; :; and 4500 on.the.east, aide of,St..Johns liter Medicine that can be used HOBKN'SACK'S' charge:ntade- oTaBokt for .' ,.n4.d> *wiHbe |

: : : S JAQuasyiLLC.September 15; ., t. ..be:Jacksonville in' a 'few bout. 12"miles above Palatka, and having WORM vSVKUP Such b the 'astoaishinr aud wT, forfaiIuree.s w ,1m pr1anc they re,dw arf a1 anyprzce'
5 I : permitting.) wheal:shall be river front each:of'about four mile in .etent.. power .of myMedictnee-over :J ajrorf ;that maOB Medicine in.CompoundT.n M roema

: .mADQ.UARTERS1m .: S.. prepared to put in order and give instruction in That.en; the west.ofthe'rlrer is mostly of. pine defy.any one to prtfdflee a ease whet*._y Wona Amon n w Ia1ts ; *

APOTHECARY HALL S .D&JQ.4D&. fJ.L Mn.m,' the management of these SAWS under special]I and swamp hands and embraces site of-thengtifb Syrup and Liver PVU are jreeommended. to be 4nUb1iulss Pifti .'
or .
.- S.- and I) ppgitory.X7k .. .. : ,,-. 'JJ... 1 J' 'u. ." contract. I wIll warrant them to cut with ,1ft, I; Indian trading store of Panton Lesly IcCo.'no' used that thejf win j>ot core All that <.neeessary A"Rr4rn"uiuens S iIi" .
Jcu r. o -
Order *7o.S \ bone :power> from five thousand to eight thousand known,"Hambry'a tore, which, is1 tone the Syrup'in accordance wittdirections '(Jonorrteal sd ol&er)Y-410 r.treiitcJ'.

Dr.irI.4'; -.u4i.rack.w. -.. .T. "ELLWOOD BC1tA.ofths, feet 12.h uri. according'to,the convenience i* Its beginning corner,and runs. thence south to on each boUle;&ad in ease a gentle purjfativft. S fSJHreanVBiirlsnis or ftiuaT rtJttdk.f
-.a.. S of Duval and Stateot Florida. i* .Couint; of the per Mil! Contracts made (forMills and war. the widow Pangree'"oldfields"thence west and is required in order to, allay the irritation AU f leoi eineSinf.illib1eII

.. E.JJ'.' poblt.ei P.r .iiTE .oCald Brigade, ranted to cut eight.thousand feet;per day- if pnop north to,*point:opposite the beginning. .The they,produce, the Liver 'by their symp :a1.Medieiae.re.riia .
;. VT ,* lla"fil1'be respect&qdnl Alo 'pUns.and draiaisnad., one.on the east aide of the river Ret between biingction Land healthy operation' pon tbe'bowe' JKJdrwT to Dr Josiah AA4r :.
: r4 U&t t. Iuo& J>Y nurel .eouftauatcatioiu .
re 1* kept OBstantly !band r& fcd"4tonot."acker. M.dieinethas em'h.Ukeza .
on Large MOb and Machinery'gene. the places known a(6C'Suft'alo'mar* to the most pleasant :ta..II; .
V V.a4 wellseleeted Ddatar1. ., rifnOPKINS for other kinds at1 Beside oC well timbered : r thi; .aoksovilk.
I /1 :E : ; ; ral. Any references or information given is tlw r.1argo.bod1 plese'calh uel.exun':.t'ert1A &lid M,'
BRUGSAdCUEMLC. *t.s, I' 5eTpt. 15,:. .G'Com't 1 mean-".time. .'V by addressing me at Columbus,G or S.. nd pius several Iuds,\well contains wooded some blufi excellent and,eligible hammock'liter .- .UODEUiew8: .. 'PJi.i&-,... -,' feed to gontUmeiu, S. _'_ a J1 .

rereiTad by bnIVIWaV&itg fresh and "- S Jot $ 8 6J ,, 5 fur-residences.- 'B a-recent'survey-the west' .J<*o part.of the tystenvi*mere aJe.4iaeutb .l&i
ra1;Alae.. PERFUMERY COMBS 'Notice. ..'tkw f- : : : S:SAWElaUES. beea. io.lOaeresand the on* :,the Liver k.being-supptied witliflumeroasMood ;Iri p Ovem&l1t,
BRUSHES,. SOAPS.J.4PSMURNlffU > AgentforGeorgePage&.C0., tract has. TewieU.aniltnervts,.andif. iosse4 tto .
eanttone4'fdf'roftwarue4.frosa ,..SeJ8dO'
.FLUID ILc .wbict.wiU.be soU lew LL persons are nereby? I -18 '.J.timol'f' on the east side-of iJwriret to:4' believed. .through all parts of, the: { ,
_.L _. .*-. **'for. purchasing rtradirlg.ror a Angn$4'i. > however thattfiedaflolt will b*made up blood of course flowing Siundice Btl, HE..OTdcrdBedUofic$ ftir-s k. *B i"soonntT .
S "S known received by;A.' body;produce* T .IJDJbOat .00 ..,
certain Lot la the Town Jacksonville, Proposals for fOrchase'wtU"bcI bUnd.'Od aerosol .
Alterative o e ,
rdert UeiUi ( :
or ,
tended>CoHBtry. -PbysieiaB'sprtscTiptionipatBpwith nd TwaetuaHy' a*Lot No.4, i Square Ne-IT.M aaid property rDrnQr f -' S ,, 'S ...S .S_S"Thaepowders'bYe W.') aJkeq EsS.of ,2*...:Orlflttna Job Peck. jfcwti 1)yspcJs(4, 4Ct4rv; rr' ''I dred&Cfd S .Mf which-ass..le 4.n&de.cahlvstlobO'rhi (
I. mtaeVaod the tIde thereto ha been.inrrepu- been :extanfivelyinsedVitb ? Eanr'of'Nerr York, A'.Lavender'E q. .' UY .CO1PIA1 'fj beinggoo 'eottoneor "

"&D4 Uoush-obt JieJ bi soother.IA' "" ,. satwfjctioo; for' the purpose f'l 11- of > ***D1 VTVf_George -aihington,'-Cja*rof S.. Ja attended with ehillueee ded>y rem,*MTtNpJna Sane landJ 'b--t 'uW.t.u.aerth pr.a ,t, ".

:SODA' AERNff.YRUP$ f' i 4AUGUTINEGONZ&LES.JiSo1tiOi. general the condition uf horse, wbeij Tedn eLi Anputic*X1 1 Floridatir mjself. ib A latter in the regiesof the Llrer 'omWngbIttes r laekCreek.Sb""I1I "r.oaM .. -
IS-tf proving ; naid." ; S 1;::V't' T .Qow "rre U ,pal! 'rQ stod benuding Florida. 1haieaproflmi tC' .
..w ll&Ctm. thaW highest state elIn Septembey bard work.V improper feeding.. 1 it plaCfi lo jge. U t*+y ap. .
erf.cue .their eeas&Bi Atr ..'lu&.. tl.toute I l1y diaease but, short time to manifest iu alters .; to.: E 1 I..J1ER.NA.4 DEZ:7 ,the pain iu the side is increased'.by pressure, ; Fence, a Dwelling'and etlsr
; .. reqairej' a e _
M'I $.> JPI.J7 ; the left lobe be.effocted t-t11.pmD,1a generally Peach Oreinitt.1.ithos'ettwc
:. f ,; rr. ,, ; 1T, _',n -vbs/l F1.( .. tirVacticm iu thE improved spirit and appearaaeof .. .t( ., ,. .1.1', hoald UftibonlaarV'With 4 short' wa KH,,1 fine 'Thev 'aW .
.. dry
U.'3 4ii, ii ii.I i mill I.i"r hI'' animal and ma be antlfvstotb'eaeoinplaint.to a .,4 '-"- "" 1nI Troo*;! wsW.ol4o
1i'Um Copartnenhip rieretofore*etfrttnr 1>4wltwWB tb! ; :, wodttn .l'or wbith
.v .1. ,TUS.',; ."'1.6 i 4.emf&t..m&nr: t Ibttki eromeag If.tJloM'trp""mild. .1; 'd.r.toc1 bogs. trbti
'or 1. hadenigBed-'and'George KeQy.osdet "Y"t4UTO. \ fnTJTt\TCn HDJm1l' If. stool elajeolored.TbU.dl.' *nki'b " lllde-
-Agent .jiewYofk1P Te*,C af Botta, ,
; anpak&exteemtly4ow y. aqhjest1ueb. .
which tJey,a.A' '
tk*IISI,1.4Tmv and>style-of IJeily;Tlmanoj&Co. : ,. ., "1 ihwscfUOENSACL'tUVEft P1LU3,
Jea.of -by
direAl porUt4omand af rlM"fY vtJetfreai i1t .YcJ1p; tdi *
., .U this day dissolved by.the' rithdrawal bou.d.JJAsa.f' e" < .r71 SIJB IBEIl..i [ shey'seteetb'jon-tki'set of Ike disww i rif
1 t.e 11h.1P & JWereuC w1r.o hat : :
&e"k.e: i-f
ioN'. If oT-tbe;udersigaed' from-advfirm! 0 per; U'-1rithtnCtess. can i.tJ .'i" J .1 :tMT : :lapelled ![[and then operating 'noon.the ttw/eipi: .

'aUNTaY'.VI.LLIR; 1.1t"ft a- wtieh aU'persons Interested-witt take 8otie4. rf"" aIed }ut r "tbe above.House-.would*nwp* M 107'.; .u the cxa &anJ.u1ettIrfro. ..th*.'nf.e. : I &. :( ., t Q. W" R. .
salary :. t tf .. _
". P .n.IC;. i "" S .e' i\6 ,-H. TlMANUS.1Jt *-_-JBj : __:_For__ ... iBMa S Ma MM *" JiflitthapUronagBofUi: public-Ibenue .,. \ 1w *.AUZs 't".r" J :.. "
;. .t "' (IBUCMATE1 ; :'.Ardrev7u11u&t1JtIfCO1WUbi at th'uT time tome fir'to sit rooms wiocoumed. p E t -.. ,.. '._ "'- '' '
: JTXl.Persontb'debtei'i*.' MIj f"'S..r'I S
.. .. a"
1vI.1t : 't
r18.iI'TJ ) ewaatyrrlondaf* aaf d., several of tb*sanie with fire placed:The llo-ue : \'. -E. ; swriow if vJf" I BtJe..' _"'..f'o:,
.1 l( 1i /% ot aa4 <
I4 J ; '>
ri'A' .' ; l' : sniy'dt0MI -' "1MI
1Hc h.I..C.ll1 -_ ., tGD4e..ne4. tb I' ,.: 4rii.
'u : >.,. ." ..- : : '. lO I :. 1 : j are recpea .aake .pa1meDi bi401Uai0 I I Office add w1aarnL Tin tVhderslgne&l$ LP5 4myksre iIJ .ii"Ja4JIWtbUVSP' iX r = .
< t. anMagfroai.
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,.THE.PLORIDA1UPUB ICl\N, r' ..eAVANNAHADVEKTteEMENT- "$. l'-"i. .::ri. AKD. ': IRstm.A1IOIf.. ,W tff. z.JADvEaTIsEMENTk' t. -NEVV, .. TTiJA$1T. ">. !! II l'j'.t.I1Iuiln"'U.-i. .. :. :
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tV HtB TM.YTHJIlLSif.kT.: : GENCY rFarmen' : '
.t W.'MOR.P.CO. i i ,: 't- 'J'aK i* mtoa AttnisaiiGold *-
;atkaonrlll*.,Dvral, Comply, E.T., by .. .:?-, .: .'.". : '. -S''GAJj R J scsicUBnt .: .
tr' ; ., .
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: : Ptrftt bieurane.Compu ,et { ., .f '. .; I :111 "
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"Jt., cpn31JsDnEw 'rIItJ An\nlmmtSTDll\ l1Ue., NewYodt' tHe a.-1
atea-Auaitor TreaiBiy? and.SUvwWatcfees: Jewelry
eT !*...* Three j Dollars per'annum, payakl* '. : *
M. t.f CAPITAL $2U cxo.. 1.:: '
upon ora.rbll'h.Paret. ., ,Ixmi:VILDINC3, Uxi' F.'WEAna,1 E.JRzcnA1vsoe .. Vfti atUnd to Claims before Congress and the .:and Silver, Ware, --. 1i

SaftsenpUons,if.not paid before' the expirationS DroOKhto- 5t.-' Bavmnnal 0*. President. '. Secretary. Departments at Washington.. at retail,'at much lets_than the usual prices.JUIIOENSEN j% iiTT -
the year,are charred 84 jAdvsrtiaemcnU I w91ItEu.! .iN'"F.1VKB. .. ..T.ER.. ,- 'n.otfer to. aU'reu6nabli meD throughoutthe J '
will U inserted at the following Granite Fir' Insurance :Companjr.\oldAPITAL Union,who hav bad business with him and i* *' j- i 5 _i t / ,*y *
'Vesi .t)1)ozfpo..u&Te (twelve lines)forM House' Furnishing':Establishment Vt1va.; : be relies for access upon his familiarity WIdS. the 1 Real Jules Jnrgensen Watches, with eerUflcates $
\ kit&A Yoftty-FiTe Cents for every subse- Wholesale and'netll. : 'j routine of business from him with each 'Watch,warranted perfect (
"QAUl1IeItiGn. ',To arlr iibera Furniture by $ ,. 1853.
AdvertiMrt a
MayiO '
.WASHINGTON. $150 to
y the further at- time-keepers price $3X _
d) will beciaa4.' vtit,t transient 5 Advertisements TIlE subscriber of the desires Florida toCall public to. his well Gso.. CUKTIS. ,, Pres't, WM..h,.DEDB"qf, Se.*r. ,> .COOPER WATCHES, __ -_

wWa the(except office)by must$f1IMl"dllJ be paid for a previous running to aeeo1lnt pub1leatl. known entablSshment for the sale ofFURNITURECI'4 Knickerbocker r Fire Insurance Company, ,z.GILMA. Duplex and Levers .in Hnntlor and Magie' .Cases ___ -

HOUSE'FVnWSmgQMATERIALSvfevery '' perfect time-keepers. $125 Cb $275.
.: JJJSCP4pTION.IIousekeeeri : ; '; -*j'Wa< rifordKi'fi D:1 am C trtmcr a ,
.Psnonsat dUUnce e 'their remit l50bGO. INDEPENDENT'SECOND, ,
n sovern and merchants Jan wpp1/.themselves CAPITAL $. :*, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
t&oeesfor adrertisinjr, by tb! f..l1/lnt ratesl' with article'for general use. or. -or CziisCaT.utia, Pres'l:; *'. D. Mo; Seo',. and Quarter Second, Wstcbcsfor, :timing. -
On square(.twelve lines) published x month every store stock.. 'WASHINGTON. CITYj hones., in gold and silver oases- $125 to.250.CUBOXOaiETEQS. .

(* '.. ., .. '_ ... -, IO( forming Everything a good in the line business mentioned Insures property.'against loss or d mnge4by Inventor and Sole Prtpnetar of .,. .j__ .
Two squares.for six months, 15 kept on hand, including Parlor Hall, Bedroomand fire or lightning,on as reasonable terms as any Splendid' Gold Pocket Chronometers.wbicb j ..
Legal and otber BosincM Cards,per"an. 10 Kitchen Furniture, and sales will be made other solvent company. Applications received GILMAN'S ruB without any variation., $123 to $220. ; -:
Notices to debtors and 1oliors, 7 be effected and policies issuedby Instantaneous Llanid .
upon as good terms as purchases can EIO.HTDAY W ATOttES. Makes he rich et,.heaTi\
Application for Iett of administration, 5
Notice of Application' for dinmisaal Administrator at the North. I. W. .MORRELL'S( A. WILBUR, Ttie only Inttantaneous Jmir-Dye, which is.per.4 ,Watches. which run eight da,... $ -to$185. and meet permanent,lather of aa,-.
Savannah i& 129 Savannah. -
Old established stand. Agent, Congress street manent : ,
,. '
: ENAMEL i ,
; ; $10 march 24MCMAHON -- For BAle by .WATCHES, gSopnoffnh1e.
For announcement teancliJatesfor office, 5 I. Charter .O*k Life Insoranc Company. JOHN.M..PAY" for Ladies, some banting ea.es. $35 to $100. 'f

No announcement will be made unices the same & DOYLE lI rtCord. Ct. .. Jacksonville Florida. '. DIAMOND WATCHES -. .
be, accompanied with the amount charged. CAPITAL 230,000, with a large surplus.: Endorsed -! for Ladies, some in magic cases. .$00 to $300. LEONARD'S FLAVORING '
Editorial notices for private benefit will bo WHOLESALE DEALERS IN \ by the State. Gi.seiia's LIQUID HA IE-DTZ lathe only articlenow ; Lemon TajuIITPeach

abarged double the rate of advertising. AI.FEED GILL, Pres't; JAS. C".WAiJLEY'S used in this city. Gentlemen who wear .MAO 10 .WATCHES, t 'aAcTs'nameI1 .
Religions;Obituary aud.Marriage notices,wi'i gIIOCEIIIES AND FHnVISmN 11. L. DIED, M. D., Exam'g Physician for Savannah. Whiskers Mostachios s' of a gray or reddish which'change into three different watches.. $100 ;' Oruze--.; Cakes, Pnd !

bojmblisbcd. gratis.urfanieatious. hue, wishing to attend a Ball or Party can appear to $173. : : Plea, CosUrdij,. .Creama, ..Icet &O4 ..

must bo post raid.L FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, This company will issue policies on the joint lo"a suit of black by devoting one a.dditional Watches which Wind Up terj choice, ud ezMedioglj eoHoQsekeepen t

'-'_. .,- ....- NO. 190.BAY STREET, stock principle and upon the mutual plan;' thus minute to their toilet; In using the. .'very and torn the hands without any key- $83 to.$140. hoaH never 'h' '
celebrated article which heads this notice.Philadelphia
CHARLESTON- ADVERTISEMENTS.. (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston & Co.) combining tion of the insured.the benefits of both systems at the'op [ Ledger. Fine GoJd.L&ptDi tc 1e','4 holes, them. 'Tbow., who':dsb'ght, inlieioaa tht .
.... ,,! OLIVER- PARPJUM Formerly occupied by Clurs..HlJ.rtridgt, Esq. Policies will be-issued at ;the lowest rates of 'my 19 "" Fine Jeweled Gold Detached'_ .Levers" -' **- $SO 25, flam tad :ezqalat.'.perfuar ,
:- 1 .
1 Frniu and Floiren wilt ftnFlavoriog
that <
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. premium can.he adopted; and afford requisite 1"-
Gold enamelled Watches for the Ladles, 85 .
Wholesale. Grocery, Liquor, and JOHN M'MAHON. JAMES DOYLE. security to the insured and perpetuity the MALOtfK ',TAYLQJt, Gold English Patent Levers, -< 35 Extracts :aHv, ttat _
0. j ; Dealer institution;r. deairt.LEONARTJcSi '
4 Provision : .
Gold English Patent Levers ho& eases; 68
: ,
C1JwtESTON! Policies .issued for thebenefit .of a married
: '
No. 189 EASTB.41'' Silver Patent Levers as low a* 18 '
woman, on the life pf her husband or any other FIRST. WHARF BELOW NOBLE ST., LEJIOff STROP;<)*
Detached Levers 14 c
:HAS conrtXi.tljr.on'html. a well selected stock ANDEBSORS' & OO will to.her PHILADELPHIA made from F instead
LJ of the claims
and of her all the
Tor Sale low, ,Orders from the country carefully FACTORS AND GENERAL .creditors.SLAVES. Southern Lumber Shingles""kc &o prices.. are ordinary kinds, is not edj
lid promptly-attended to. DD4S1amggtlncfl far more pleasant but also more heals.ml .
INSURED reasonable '
Crrr llefertor: Diamond Bracelets, Finger and.wholesome ud'JD
\ft -Ttrnis-CAu OK ACCKFTASCK.April California and Australia Risks taken. Cashier Ear-ringsPIna, u.tht..
A. McCALLA, Cam Jn Bank LI.: for.sale'at much less than
7-y. 6AVANKAH GA. Kings and Crosses
; A. WILBUR, JONATHAN BROCK, Philadelphia; ,' .agreeable pf Bomtacr drinks *; p
theuzualprlcei. > '
: :\ OEO. ABBOTT & co, G.W. AXDKRSOX, :.W. ANDERSON, J J. JACKSON Agent, 129 Congress st., Savannah. ,:. T. RICHARDSON, doT. JEWELRY. .- LEONARD'S ..MUSTARDThsirona .t
my26-y E. BucKtnA! Jacksonville, Florida.
jau27-ly I .__
0 of Mustard that it
:; TRH01.KALK, AND RETAIL REAI.RRS IN February :11, 1853* All kinds of GOLD CHAINS. Pore Gold using not half

STOVE DEPOT: WATCHES AND JEWELRY,, WEDDING RINGS Gold KEYS and SEALS, rice. o r, and wish it, perfectly .'oit'
.; -L'treJ : : 9 : Gold PENS and PENCIL Gold and Silrer should try Leonard's. PUre Mustard &od
I1SL ARNISI 110 USE. Publish the following Valuable CUFF PINS, LCCKETS EAt RINGS,
; from what is usually called Mustard :
.I Gold and Silver SPECT ACLES190ld TOOTHPICKS : ,
Subscriber most respectfully invites a vicinity Savannah, are informed 2d ed with .
And every df> rilptl!U of $ ohnson's Cases, S.vols., a &e. &e.' : i.
In a I'nlut Storr, JL call at his Establishment, where et'eryetrort that the subscriber ha. on hand, and is J large *w5hiber of additional caws Silver Ware. -.
will be made to give satisfaction. The largest constantly receiving from the best and most respectable j '
N)r 97 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.i and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor manufacturers in the country rich DIAMOND 'Caines' Reports 3d ed,3 vols; Anson's Nisi STERLING SILVER SPOON, CUPS,. FORKS, .Bardottefc. Tasteless. j.*,.

Stoves from the_ best Manufactures... All RUBY PEAULAnd-other JEWELRY I'riusReports, 2d ed., with many additional PIE KNIVES, NAPKIN RINGS, TRUlY KKIYE4
;Also on i band Fresh Camplu-no and Burning kinds of Hollow Ware u Hardware n. ULuer'y, I and sterling Silver Ware such as cases; Johnson's Reports, 20 PolL,. the la- WEDDING CAKE KNIVES, &C. &C.. WORM .8tJGAR'DROPI':

Fluid,and every description of l.amp1.11(1 Chan Wooden-ware, Brushes,Guns-single and double ,. TABLE DESERT and lest and best edition Cowen's ;'New York Watches and Jewelry exchanged.All Watches .- -. .
deliers for the at the Manufacturers'prices. Fluid SPOONS ;
burning same, barrels Pistols Brittania and Glass Lamps TEA and FORKS,
warranted to keep good time, or the
&c., &3. Also, constantly mannfacturingjall SILVER PLATES and WAITERS, a ReporU, 9 vols.; Wendell's New York Reports returned.
"' Agent for IOU".rlre Procf Paint. kinds of Plain Planished Japan Tin-wire. TEA SETTS, CASTORS, CUPS and l 26 vitI!.; Hill's N.- Y. Reports, 7 Repairs.

: April 7-y Camphene and Burning Fluid -constantly On SAUCERS, GOBLETS vols ; Demo's N.'Y. Reports, 5 vols.; Bar- All kind of Watches and Clocks cleaned and

hand. Ijan27-ly] J.J.MAURICE. TUMBLE, PAP BOATS, hour's Law Reports, 13 vols., N. Y.; Corn- repaired in the best manner at mttch less than
Johnston Crews & Brawley SOUP and SAUCE LADLES,, I the usual .
stock's Reports, 4 vols., N. Sandford's; prices.
PRICE & VEADER and Goods sent by express or mail to all parts of .
IMPORTERS AND wn-.Lr.sAi DF.ALERS IN FRUIT KNIVES, SOLID Superior Court Reports. 2 vols.; Johnson's the United States. _

DRY OtDS 147, SILVER DESERT, PICKLE and' Chancery Reports 7 vols.; Hopkins' N. Y. GEO. Or ALLEN !

Day street. Savannah BUTTER.KNIVES, Ch.. Rt'uort.Pai. .. .e's. N. Y. Ch. Reports.. ,
XO.I81 EAST BAY,CH A ULKSTOX,S.C. all times keep a large assortment of fine NAPKIN RINGS SALT CELLARS andFRUIT io vols.-- ;--Edwards'- -N. -Y. Chancery eporls Importer of Watches and Jewelry 'If'

AT CLOTHS, KNIVES. ftholexale and Retail : ,
A< JOHNSON, J. fl. BRA WLT, CASSIMERES, AND VESTING, :Silver plated Spoons, Forks ani Ladle!, Cake 4 vols.; Hoffman's Ch. Reports, 2d No. 11 WaU St.,3d floor neacBroadwajr,

-,. I. CREWS, JAMF.SM BRAXVLET, Which tl'eyae prepared to make to measure in j Baskets Castors, Waiters, Snuffers and Trays. ed.; Sandford's Chancery Reports N. Y., 4 June 16-y NEW YOfl.K.Woodman's .
Ivory balance Handle Knives and silver platedon .ils. Harbour's Ch. Report. 3 vols., N. Y. .
v : : .
:, AUSTIN CAKNADAT, A. 6. J. PERRY. the best manuer. AlsoReadymade Steel,Table and Desert Knives fine I -I .'
1 0'"au t 6-17 Clothing. : day Marble Mantle Clocks, and common twentyone Clarke's Chancery Reports, N. Y.; English They contain'no aloinel or mercury ia

: A large Stock of FINE Clothing, of good materials firast Clocks of every description. Chancery Repoits 35 volumes-formerly any form,:or any ingredienlwhatever
HOTEL and well made. I Gold & Silver Lever and Lepine Watches, condensed, hut now published verbatim, Clierry Expectorant ,-and are at 'o ce at tractive'6:

cTrA1LEsr1cpN With a large variety ofF FANG ARTICLES, Fine enamelled Hunting Watches with notes and references to both English FOR THE :OURE OF the eye'pleasant to the taste, and-nri

Hats, Caps Canes Urn rellns, Shirts, Cravats Gold & SilverWatrh-Chains. Seals& Keys, John A. Dun- .in' their operation. Children eat, Utta
r1" D. MIXER. Stocks, Scar &c. &c. AU of which will be Gold & Silver Thimbles I and American decisions by Consumption Decline Asthma, Bronchitis "

letting street, I'Hettn Hayne! and Pinclvey, sold at the'LOWEST PRICES.SavannahMarch4th1853.1017. Gold & Silver Spectacles, lap, Esq., two entire English volumes in Waiting of the Flesh Night Sweats, Spitting with great aridity and ple. -*

CHARLESTON. S. C.VJan'6Iy __ Rodger's Fine Pocket Cutlery, one American.; PhSIHpp on Evidence, 5 of Blood, Whooping Cough Difficulty of -' .."
Razors and Razor Strops, vols., with extensive notes and references UTICA, Dec. 2.1852.{ .
WM. R. SYMONS Card Cases, Port Monaies &c. realltiJ/;. Colds, Coughs Influenza. -
the Hon. Eztlt Co of the Judges Gent.-The frequent call;and favorable
Particular attention will be given to Repairing by wen, one Plitiiw'c, Pain in the Side,
._ 1M. dESSEr J DRAPER AND TAILOR, of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. of the Supreme Court of the State of New 9 And all Diseases of the reports 'we 'get of thd 'uaa, of_Bi .

Commission Merchant. AND DEALER IN From his long experience and extensive facilities York, assisted by Nicholas Hill, Jun. Coun Chest and Lungs D01"', WORM SuuiiDiopsrcmindam*

-v.erriinLC5AI.E DEALER 'REA D Y- ADE CLOTHING, may,he favor confidently him with Believes their he will satisfy. all who sellor at Law; N. Y. Digest 4 vols., beinga This Is the remedy so universally used and re- of'tha' proouBe I recently; lndeto, 'sen4

IVHITTAKER STREET patronage.His Digest of all the N. Y. Common Law Reports eommepded by the Medical F.culty.here.it has yoa some certificates taken by us. Her
In Groceries and Liquors. NO. 17 prices are as low, and terms as favorable, -
from the earliest the been introduced. with will find copies of '.0- Mart
/ SAVANNAH, GA. as at any other establishment in the State. period to present you
,. other ingredient
It contains no opium or dangerous
HnberV and -WilliamStantonV botfchoneat
W1LMOT, No Market-Square, time 1850 American Digest, 3
.. and Gentlemen'sFtirnistilng ; Chancery
CHARLESTON, S. C. Glove, Suspender, and is safe for the most delicate child !
March -
Ga. and reliable the latter kavia
/} Savannah vols. 3d ed.; Barbour's Chancery Practice, men |
3s.n61.yCONDIO articles generally. It is estimated tha 150.COO persons die annually -
.. ---- --- -, _- 2 vols., a new American work, with an extensive in the United States with consumption, and been known to me nearly twenty y earl*

r, JBNOTNaS & CO., jnn27-ly ] Line collection of Precedents Wheeler's Professor E berth says a vast number of these Ttnlay a fanner called and got'dti

.--., U'lio'f.alaid Rein I Poalpr! in BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM Opposition carrying i Criminal Cases, 3 vats; City Hall Recorder, could be saved Ty the timely use of some prompt second box-the first having been adaaristered

; 8B1DL BY the U. S. Mail 6 vols. in 3; Conkltn '8 Treatise, 2J ed., on remedy. We believe that a Medicine poss easing 'with very favorable resnlU, too*
SADDLES Real Merit, will effect cures wherever it is used.
ffi W" TX'&W&SVW / I two or three weeks since to a danghtoof
J '
of the Grahams
BETWEEN the Practice U, S. Courts; at home as well as abroad. This is no Paregoric -
SADDLE 4VAnPKT BAGS, W Palatka Fla. and Savannah Ga. Practice, 3d ed. 2 vols: Graham's New preparation, but one which if used in season his,-thirteen years old. In this cast
v *
ia vf* *&* *J assassiiswfc ,
.'r- \UNt':" SAVANNAH, liEOUGlAVHOLCSALK (INSIDE ALL THE WAY) Trials! 2d ed. enlarged; Barber's Criminal will save the lives of thousands. Many certificates the parents did not knew that the child
TTU1P5. TR SEJr. VALISK &c &C.. &C. be famished but it is
that but
could preferable voided she immediataly'rt-
: \ DEALER IN Via Picolala, Black Creek and Jacksonville, Treatise 2d edFame's; C. C. Reports, 2 worms .
; .STREET should sell its The
T ,Kl). 1C5 MBIJTINi any Medicine on own merits -coeredberhealtb. *
Oj-jiosle" Cliar lesion Hotel. BUTTER AND CHEESE, Fla., and St. Marl, Brunswick* and Da- vols; Petersdorfl's Abridgment and Supplement following is only one of thousands of testimonials 'Truly and respectfully. .
., Ga. 17 vols.; Whealon's Law of Nations; ,from well known Physicians. yours
GOSHEN NEW YORK.ian27lv STEAM PACKET Cowen's Treatisejd ed. 2 vote; Benedict's .
l Ozuuxs ApriI9ls.'i2.Vear
.IIARD'Y AIlE. f TIlE Captain N. American Admi B Dart's Law of Yen- !

.j KING leaves Pal atka eVerv. Monday.. morniup dors and Purc1Hp& 4th ed.; MoneHTs Sin-The public generally are fatty
----0 of the thousands of Remedies Diseased t certify that I of Mean.Witv .
", : OOURTrjEY" TEWI8ENT & Co.. I H A R I) W A llE at rrives 8 o'clock.at Jacksonville 4p same evening. and I Practice, 2 vols.; nl bold's! Criminal Pleading aware Lungs under the titles of Sarsaparillas, Pills BaisroiTt Co.purchased, day before yesterday -

''* lfl'ECTI'WPOflTKRSOY leaves 3 o'clock 3 vols; Phillips on Insurance. 2 P018. Plasters, Liniments, &c., that are daily broughtto '
HAVE on hand, and am constantly receivinga Tuesday morning at touchingat ,a box of Bardotte's Venniftige Svpr
",.HARDWARE, CUTLKHY.: GUNS PISTOLS. I full supply *f Hardware ; consisting of all the intermediate places as abovr.. 3d ed.; Eden on Injunctions 3 vole; Revised their notice through the newspapers, by way 'DrOp'tor a'child of mine ft'QJ'and.J
&1"., Cutlery Cooking Utensils Mill Saws, Crow Cut Through Fare from Palatka Picolata, and Statutes, 4th ed., 2 vols.; Adams on Eject. of advertisements. My object'-m writing ,this ,
;j', .,, .. !%.o. 35 II i tine Street. Saw,does,Chains, Nails,Axes, Blacksmith and Black Greet, $900 ment Connecticut Reports, 12 VOIf. note for publication,Is to induce the public or at yean old whom I supposed troubled withworms.
'_ ...bS1a-n_ 3.1 it a a Carpenters' Tools, and all other articles usually Through Fare from Jacksonville G 00CCJN. are constantly supplied with all the Report least those who are afflicted to use one that con- rhatnato.t.yermirnp
B. The Wclaka They talus articles of real use m Pulmonary Diseases down her several times but could'not da
;C.COURTNEY, G.B.TENNENT, kept in my line of business. connect with the of the various States, as soon as published. ,
.'.. JAMES B. EVA S.MAM'FACTUREK C. HOPKINS Agent.No. teamshlpJStatc of Georgia for Philadel I am conscious that in so doing lam acting most It without holding' her nose'and abs

;; 3n5-1y, 177 Congress' St., Savannah Ga. phia. AQESTS. ARCHBOLD'S PLEADING CRIMINAL PRACTICE fc unprofessionally Medical Science, and and derogatory the regular to the Practitioners interestsof would vomit all, up again. But .afte,

,: DA Af tBLEBJ jan27-ly K. R. DUKE, Palatka The foregoing is the sixth American from the Medicine. 1 refer to Woodman's Cherry she got the,taste of the.Sceut Dion sil

JNO. 11. COOPER $ CO. F. WAVER & CO., Jacksonville. twelfth and last London edition of ARCll- Expectorant, which is a scientific remedy that I 'cried for:more. Yesterday .and to4 ywe
AtTh IJKALER INc S. M. LAFFITEAU, Savannah. BOLU'S CRIMINAL PLEADING. Mr.Arch hare used with more success than any o'f the' gave'her'the contents of the box tai
.mt CQI LJ J it WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALKK IN Feb.<-tf bold's writings have been before the public for usual Prescriptions used by Physicians.- to.dayit brought ,FOURTEEN

161 1EETING-STRKET, BooktP5j Stationery i nearly! half a centurv-a proof of the high esteem J. M. MAITLANl,M D., LARGE WORMS! awa1-of them foot
'jan6-'ty' CIUa : .TON, s. c. United States Mail Line, in which they are held. This edition is much ..
CORNER. WHITAKER & ST. JULIAN'STS, comprehensive than of itspreoecesaors. Sold by W. W.Lincoln John Mayer, A.A. long.. Y T ,

:.rjajO: 161 !MEETING-. opposite Charles- SAVANNAH. Palatka, Fla., and .Savashah, Ga. ;,idence. The present in addition to what & Co.,Jas.H. Carter, 1. E. Deford Apothe East-_of the Big Basu Broad-et UHo.Messrs. .-
L,: ton ,JIoteL, CUtrlenton. The undersigned 1 10. J COOPER WM" A.OLCOTT, K. [ *Pr. INSIDEALL was contained in any of the others, treats very caries1 Hall, in Savannah, and all Druggists
'hula Store sadie ) -
several manufacturers constantly, all of the receiving different from kinds bis 'Printing and Bookbinding executed with Via PicoUta Black Creek, and Jacksonville. fully CRIMINAL of the different PRACT crimes,CB.and of It every consists branchof of everywhere.. OLIVER T. BRAGG, General Agent. Uvici New. 11&2-

of HATS d CAPS suitable for the Fla., and St. Mar Wjr. BirrroL & Co .
a southern neatness and despatch. !. Brunswick. and three volumes of nine hundred each, and 304 Broadway New.York .
southwestern markets, to which be invites the Foreign Books imported to order at N. Y.prices. Darien, Ga. wll be found by far the most extensive pages thoroughand JOHN M.PAYNE,Agent, Gentlemen,-My little daughter,a
attention of merchants desiring goods in his line. J Jacksonville Fla.
Feb 10-tf useful work on. criminal law ever published. 7yerbadbeenail1ngfothn. or MB*
_ _
Having many years experience in the bmiuess-ht 1 rUHlJS; ?mHE STEAM PACKET TVM. It contains all the American as well as English March 31.1, -' v, "months -
'flatters himself that in prices aud quality his Parchment .Paper..Letter-Oopying SEaasJL OASTOCaPt.T.ESHAWleaves law, with appropriate practical foYms for nod fg.thst.sbofligbtbItrcaibled
cannot be excelled. D. AMBLERP1.A1. every with warms about a week agol
A. I
goods : B OOKt4.-Tbis Paper is very:tough; shows Palatka every. Thursday'. ''morning itS, proceeding. No lawyer. and certainly no judge DOLLNER & POTTER. box: .tBAR-.
o'clock. a'
up a perfect and distinct cOPY 'and'offen or district attorney, should le with ut a copy. bought'atyov"ltore
-.. -\ TUNNO.. the advantage t f texture and surface which may Arrives at Jacksonville" same evenings and And for the student,wishing to obtain an insight General Commission chant *! .DOTTED SUGAR. DROPS,-andadsaK;*

:.Factor and Commission Merchant be,written upon without epreadinf: "The Hooks leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clock,1 touching into Criminal...Practice as well as an accurate 154" Front Street Corner Maiden LaM I tered them all'to her m'obe day* -w'w*
are well bound and pdgedand are* sold. .at the at all the intermediate points as above,i* .' and,profound knowledge ,of the principles of _Vp Stairs hew York,. ? .h'en".Coarloan.afterabe Dsred away
.TlFor Florida Produce,r.. manufacturer's prlce.insingleonee or in quanti. The.Steamer William Gaston connect Criminal Law, this is just the Book. WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted,I
': .O..5. SOUTH EllN WllARF .. with the New,York Steamers .BANKS. ] TWMITT-TWO ,woos BCmftt '.. IS
,.?. ;; tOCliarlesioii ties every Satvd tv GOULD & co., to their care.Particular attention given t? the '
; .- S". C.tayJ9y' PArENT DOURL&LEV' .fi.roughtlFa. --L > j 1447< .tti .; 144 Nassau st% New York. sale oi,Cotton, Lumber Timber and Turpentine'or'. txrclTe Incbci lonfr' We gas
t ; .from Palatka, PJcolata," ".1' And 475 Broadway., Albany. also to the purchase of ,. t' $:. her'Ot.her mediei.:;5iDc.t.h; aJt
> PRESS. Black Creek, >t-'r '*8 00 23. 'S Liberal
July advancements .
on consignments.JOSEPH entirely .
't&-______ _____ ', Fare from ha* been a different child *J
1'J --___ With this press copies' are 'taken with more Trough Jacksonville., 6.00 "tb 1w'119.l8i2..Jl : .ool U&
ck l c ease, and much quicker,'than"with' the Screw AOK.TTS. r T >She had not aleptwell nighta,
ly Foundry !
; Press and others ordinarily' use.: It'does not A. E. HERTZ, Palatka. GUTTA. .PERCHA.INDLt. ,RUBBER.. 11'!:, to'err oat' in her deep,in cPl'wU"'i.hi4"
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1.:1. .iKtna > v .B1 BE E k CO. viNiz -'
( req fastening down. .and not'liable. to. get Jacksonville. SOMITHIHO TJITIRfXT HEW.. ,. we ahould Dotf her Now'sLeueatirelywelL .
'tIt'In'd C8 gg p. out of order. '" CLAGHORN & CO. Savannah --
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.- .' .. MET4LLICI4MPENEn I' f ,Feb.21-tf -_ ) ( .;- The".Worth American GuUaPerc' bi 5:, D DRAPERV&rFAILOR ; Having previously. wed tTarfoosr othtr.

.'n1 subscribers; baring made extenoire'and "Superseding'the.use of, the Brush Wet Cloth :::iCharleston. and. Florida Company, if flEW YORK,, "*. 'JACKSONVILLE F: *", -wormn-medicin iiDm (unnyTTeaa i iJUway ..I17recommen
-.R: alQ&bl"fmpruroinoul' in heir establish and Blotting all the '- tf'l !Are. &"WholesaleA '
Paper (saving time and trou offering
.Beat art MW prepared to farul !
incident to! theirne;)'with it a perfect copy ,1- >STEAMERS, Great Variety of Clothing.v & SUam, Cngbe of required 'power, from, may always be secured with any press., i ''CAROUWA *- Ml from generally able to .
t- liberal b has
patronage received and
no U one lallil red Lurae; The undersigned the le I ; hopes, eradiatinrftt! .
are s aud'exclusive thER'SAT.B1T.VULCANIZEDGUTT -
t -Saw Mills; Agents for Florida AKD by strict attention to business merit a continuance STANTVN
Georgia and for the above ar : WILLJA. .
J "PERCHAil of the '
same Having
just received fine
: --i: .
have f
t.iclesand' suede arrangements, by.,which aL''JHlI-JD 'Or NW STYLES AND 't U .
HOMO Powers;' fc J- Eit72pJy.SINISI1. ,. assortment Goods;consisting of blue,and black 1l jStne" -
Crist Mifis,and"-an 'olber machinery wed in they are.enabled to-dispose' of thm.at." the. nsnn.faeturer' Through Palatka'in 24 /o'SO; 'Hourt... TJWESE goods are j.waterproof freejfrom CLOTHS of different qualities W k and colored .
prices. : .' smell; feNlS ,< .- ,
thIs out.7-t : r. The CAIOLIiJAwi11 .1 a'\re pliable and elaslR likel CASHMERES, H" WDRJLtS for --
Iron and Brass Catlings. ",._,,_ American ,and .EriglMi. Copying Writing, Saturday at 3 P. M.:..fietnrnfng Charleston will leave every PA. India Rubber, not injured ,..by fatty substances, pants,V ESTINGS oC different. patterns,TRIMINGS ,.d1fo?!V
**.Steam BoaCi5aw v Car and Rtdlnksjof and fcc,,&0.,dl from the North he U _r "
Mat.and LATKA 1 ;
other L. prepared
repairing, at'inort Monday ( 't
I *t 1 AM. '
< Pioolata '
; fjtll ; r'
ibe, best ( iuiffltwiipJU ;;
aotioe. quality,constantly oa hand;' :,Also A. M., and Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A. ? a i1c1y to ixeent aQ work entrusted tohUem
:if 0AU: M&ebtnerypufthaj from ns will'bojwtin Marking ink by the gallon or barreL' The FLORIDA ,will leavCharleston They are very different-in character from any with despatch, and ,In a..w rknjanlikemanar.; .,

peratian'in any part d.the State by .They ha" also made; large addition to their Tuesday at 3.P, M.r' Returning will leave every Pa, other goods heretofore, made 'of Guttsr Percha. He"invites all to CiTe him a call;on Newnaa st,
competent:machtuliU.wken desired andupon stock of>Writing Papers of every description latka Thursday 10 o'clock AtM. Black Creek either'ia this country or Europe'and are* .**. door from'Dr. '" new buUdIngi.senring
reasonable terms: : : : 1 Liberal discounts made when sold in quantities, ?JI. M.JaoksonY111e'rjday,4o'.1oek| A. M warranted to stand atldirndtet.1' the public that his,prices shall bo moderate an4

Drawings .and ".estimate'sf furnished ihout of flre reams and upwards.) These; steamers connect with aU th ,j4nterio, Among ebe variety may'be found Coats,'Cloak. : all garments' warranted fit '
charge: > Mathematical InstrumenU .&"eyon' Compasses Stages ofLast Florida'l.J1d Capes foDehos Reefing r N7. a; Cutting and !epairiog.attbe shortest
MOONEY & ,'Chains, Drafting AlatcriaU,,' fco. fce. with the New' connect both. way; Leg.g1nrlotwesters DOUoe., :. -inFeb JO-y
,JO,| ,, oOKIN.; York steamships,.Carolina Bail CapsCampiflanketi, 316re .' r v -
have Cover" -
jTbey. facilities for
*' .' Founders and Madiinitts. in executing Bookbinding roadsand the.Wilmingp JtOaa.s.l : _' .;"fhower&latl. SyrlDgeJ; Breast rumpe,,'I -10. .
all the various 0 :
styles and NOTICE
Blank .
making BaJlt.'entlU md ,
Jacksonville.' March 1.1853. 1Q.1T. up kJ-Passage'trom Charleston to Jacksonville, Ink Erasers Gas Bags. Sports. ; -
ruled to pattern.--ia which e1 pot .|8; from Charleston to Palatka. $10; men' ISnUKUli? Cups f .Stear.u Packing Machine pcotoREuPaso will hwaher
hnUE'tTNJlKftftlGNKI) the best stock.' 'Also of Card,Circular,Label, 'otIntt.ber Ueltin _L allowed travel the
keeps wnjstaptly on particulars apply to ; Carnage Cloths, 0&8:1 &e very on any of boats ran
il b *band Vfoi:Vjpply of PA MIL, .
AXU rtt-iVlttlOSStiMntlfUav partly Books imported at Now York prices; .fllLLECUAS8 &,FIN&wAJ.fcii.ffjSbVPtf.S N.. :', -' :- r: :!ERVEft .' by their master or owner,,having ape
4tG4abi$ Bk'tter; Cheese, L rd. 110 -fOllN.M..COOP. 'X.'A ,CU.. ; "11" .ade expressly to meet the'new..Passenger Law D Jd..n.1 81ionl<]nrsl Fl.ur< ._ -Savannah- ; Feb. 10th. : ) ., Congress .All of a finish and quality superior the:,t Alae and to >e endorsed teq Ired by

-'sagii-bfI1lub; : *; -ireeTas,-S da;Batter, -ia Feb. 10-tr H.. ou L .:. to any other,"ate proof goods now before the some well:known persons,?Parties interested wiU
U Sugar. itosUa Craekars. Pilot Bread;' ioPJiAi's: < Ic I tt g EstabLlihsiej. -B-; ., I public. For sate a\ the :. please take notice!as, this rule will bo strictly en

Mao eraL t1errioxcudah. .Syrup, Molasses,' HENRY COOPMAN continues"to. supply, NEWYOKP :: K ;WAREHOUSE. so CEDAR ST:'. lOrll&tJ. '.r''i-ii.k' ', "'
pl"of Jacksonville with".GOODJJIIEAD CLAGhORN k"CtmNINGut -
Bfaa*,Potatoes f"l>iict9ipt'esar'Snufl 'M V-' :' . -
L4 4tso* < -, ,;; A: 'CJTI/E'T '':'LTJN 1j. -Dealers' :water'proof- .p&W..fR Goods:.,, ...I" ? ,. .S". ,,M". AfcoJTt".y.", -_-'.. U : -T ; 1

*}ll"find to .. '** ,. :.A&wU.a l Lr : -----w :4:;
.r.CJcwnao Iir ody.Peach M.,Scotch Whisky ItoriLesitaate.ou.1Jay.et, 2 doors them F.WAVER'kCOit lJ,
CU&.4PU AID"n.
\A i.!rieUWUsk.yi Ho audGin, ,} .. from the 7oldeorner, of\Vm..Alsop (at present 4i' .. they haro. ever seen.bcforo.tirPUttOK. ... ..0" &a1.tbtD. *.. ,BI8JIE&CANuA. .
F. ;
Warer .
4deIrWth*.Cberrr da.;Port d
4.f.4.Clatam-e,.(. .1& '.,,4 'l1eLbe AIMI'. ; ., : ASTlYottrtrj4owrijption. -. Th. Neir .lid fligular Uneot Picket.- ", ';. -ft!.r WILLIAM. RIDER,.-I Iun*231333.jy 7. 4- {Thk Powder (an idakbaUft iub.tiuiI, ?

.I Good &" Blanket,&e. Persons'from the country win And it'e ventent fcy New the Yort. aekIODrille; aid"PaUtkaVeoSd i 'E> ''.".. Br UoLJ'' .Glj" 'n'N:: .,.JUOt&Gi.. :. 1': TAHES'., D,1\V.Ai.KBR.4 UIrDr.isei, f p :YtitTr:ia m kHig-fc a4 *ad>T

?*>Wbic*;J wOlsefl tow far"cash cr country prtAie MlIIIPJllytheualllye.wI..h.. these arUclesj/reih; a* BOW and fB.lf..latuag'lCboon8rt- '' ', ,. Tre&8Utefa.DdSfe.y'.I.r eP :adVerfosr.yepey ritarM"\ kiDdi ofT anuFbu lbs.
.' T. .MYE1 bis counter. Private familie*regularly wpplied oooplt Orlee, 270 tent 'AflOGERSCom'r* .Ia thjnksto thoitUens,'of?JacJuonTHle. for their

).J711 f" 11 J*. ton &I beretoton ..d'i' :' "_ ; J.rsr Oak; IftloDS, itS.JtpD1tvom'r 1.. .. \; ( '). ,' ';i beral 'pa" .:to.hiw ..";. Wea ia
Parties, wishingpattry fttrnlshedvrefta a' all' ..W" lilt regularLy between the ports ,, > \ .on.tal'iaBAi \- Jt1tJhIU' T' .l i _ae.s. .t :-, ,
New im 8ry andProvision ;Store, time* be aocoramodated with-jpromptneu and on T-A&'.'ifiNew'Yorki.I" tf .. (? 'ft, mv* 3rs wK7.ttfHffS& : Hedulzesto tIfQflZtbepilb1Ifbik. tutu-
-MI-.tMAlf '-' freuon..b1. term*. .-, < fa ,; ; ,- + ." EPH'JRICE''f\Va t iIAgents 1: i lar&'teDtloJl' Ve1r slvtiyst. tfoQ1l4-bill$hopaeasMrUlowth'g c er *:i lwitk.l '
le ,-*J tab this opportunity expreuing thanks '1,' '- 1flJeksObvlIlS- *" -tuzbei >> .1elor N.. -
jodsf> >tAjtfir Informs tWelU Fur the liberal my '- : t Ue Oak 'dd.9 ber Sontbeni t.ore.'wbt "m bist ill ti.ses4y opcrforw dcrar: ,> ikoJ to ** r
evidences "
of 1 : BISBEE -
1 'Iii Jacksonviilo ana vicinity that'* ho ,I have already recoIcedsod.rhIIe enoonragemeat; which '.&- 'nt In Palatka,&QANV4.. ," t ,,Tftbet1 duc rull tG orden tor irobasIMeroba'i aU utles 1. his line with promj>to MaDd.
respectfully ,. :f "Jlt 'f apldC.'o_ ,
.. : 01Uao
".. sLew stock eL .: n-! b.; \.0fIV'd; t ir. '- l U't.t..i A SMl
.Dta P ,
asking a eontiniJince of the, same, fee wsirqut4 1 'v".J.0,-A. wwivBi*!* Vfef. ift. ,-AttcL'ozlYeUVtgetuUe4hlCopojcnn.-W.nt'1&1rR
FAMILY GBQCKHIE-S& PnOVJSfO.VS. la claiming for the brtad which-I otftr''oiiaBtleinnsarpund AUgobdi dlrecteOJotbelreire berrtaptlTorwarddriyyc :: ,ftt'JOBBf.'I&Ift t of 1t.Jt gQ .'Sha" nAMAflBvp I TK* Ahv "a"-

In tbo tro-'.rm.rly ..ecne4.b7.a4 .". ff. to all the eswntials whlch'f-*nakt [ 'hS" Knm ttt f fxJr .' ta) ( J\'Mi 1J rit.Ttlt ... .". 8o.&Pq.kq .j.i'1"i'lt'J tibe MMMk it eaMC *H*' 4Jt -
'Jfjflt .th w.LaAJI''f' I. the "I"of Ute.1&tabl..fP'lU't" rio to b B4th-J85Xxf38.tf,- .- .t -
I u4, J2tt. ) ? gy'JOa f ; :\ t *Jt.4 WalrHte44a be1IpgaCIT t < ii* 1
.It..Yo-'a'H..forPmfl, tadeai, ,) wlU oetinM ftiM the belt ; ;: t "k '
11r.f'wbletiwitk PXIMX1NU still. feontiniuu ...1'0 ""\ u.a ,(. i&j-f
bejiestl STtu i I JOQ'I.Jl
.:.bUtne4 !
I fortt a8fcwa,a* r*.. *. .t aIajirpinlang mjcuste rt Godre&d' ordrt.o ont I.rI (h$: Pj .: f qf pr ,'II4refI SGk1. e&.t; .,1ra1 "fISii'.Nt

t u ;:.. (IOWr.L, t J"J"1ri .. .tHf.iH, a otLt' rf"l. -. '''UhisJ41rel. tfV5, .3 ;. .".. (prV7umpfted w1k- tadone & aRt bat

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