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 27, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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; ,CoL Beit &i 'History. rable'without the hearty concurrence':of the si e"wtjoteJof: f>fa li would&V: tf 4"- ,. -. '4. -< "--". 's. ,! '" ,..;... ). -J_ ::
-' '. Northern and not1alaveholding ;States' It to" foreien 8 prgrOweraro; : JJ2flI1' !: ;llllf11TC IACX8ON7TLLp : thnd by.the\erCUma&D P i ipiJe. F4r. CIIlow.o sttg.t
AXVO 1824- JlMMi MOSXOE' PmibtBEHT.RIMOTML .- might awaken thrtilavery question, hardly .Sopar bu never been snppliedtotfiifeonu ;.Tbe,Sultanjrefnsed I 'f to'wcC the:: : 4 :: .&txThtr .," .

; or IKDUKS. got to sleep after the alarming agitationsof ,ners of.Jhe ,war afc1 ratlon,"tbe Cledare ThMtRuMia, Zdterfruza "pUt4.
; JJnidStates at.BO low aTrat 1 .Mailer datdA&ut 21 etA CJb'a,
in different seclionefc'f tbeMiSt'IOon controversy., Tbe States and and they now f .. .- ,.--. -. lfltbesosaiTnft1riMThe ; '
. The Indian tribes the .at; present ; yb1aip it"a.< L c' 'c"r' French and British Amha sadnn .Uberefore ,Iitaads :. ._ '
; 'the Union"had experienced very different Territories to be relieved,' were aIaYeboldi ,. prices Jowerthan, the people;.or.aythenatIOflexcept Thursday.'OetObe-r- i8Z3., sent lay assistance to Jhe oitaa and .' J:wuul4ber. state our di& kfw.JIaf ) t
fates irv the "Northern. and Middle States To remove the Indians -would tnake room at the places fits immediate ,.u '. k.t._ ,.. ..,_'-' L',_ '. .-'- the ehrintian protect. I ComniAndaiH, whqa drove ,
; : res d fttfl.- Four steam frigates; f I. w Mtif.
'i r1jetnct; .in'the South'a d AVesi they for effected the spread'of slaves! No removal couldbe production., The: proTerbIet well 1 alonit ; 'If, '1'Ja'. ._,pa, "Ii l L.::. two French*:'and'; twp'Bf ,'immediately L masters from'the. dctkpf the. guard abiPr atf.Wi. :
VtmiiriedXamerous formidable.. Before double'process a severwas more applicable than. iir the present i 1 r-t i.. .2A )' 0 If pa.wd'1b t>trdan neV and came to atchor i !h !. jfnf bayonet, for,asking..a beVing -
$ie" war:pf J812, with'[Great Britain "these treaty and an appropriation acV-the treatyto 'case; for there would 1 ,be,hardly, .any I. On accountoft"various hindrances, 'we before Constantinople,"'bere'they.'J10w re- and explanation o( th.jmpriaon ft1 .!fri

Southern", and Western tribes held vail be ratified by two-thirds of the -Senatcj; posalbnitj r of obtaining i 'the article jbn ore l'nave orauted"io nole''in:'our columns the main. The8Tshsels werethieNgerandTeraIJdtheFreach1heGousr i cur seanwB.a 4 officers. .>Four' shipymaslers -

eomj .din of land in these-States pre. where'tbe. slave arid free States were equal la'rorable tenns by any leguklatire'action '- ; [and ,lave po e up.to.Lima with \peutipn.,
:'ventinj the expansion the white settle- and the appropriation to be 'obtained from connected'with it/'whilst'such inlermeJilyn: appearance oflaprospectaswDich i his been; !ozedn.. 'The -werw all four under corn for,redress for jibe as aalt oourpera.s: ,

'menU within their limit*' and, retaining a Congress where free States,. held the majority with the subject would almost certainly,adfranee '-for sevralwieksbe12reThe p blil'i fm the Bland of i,Rear t Admiral,:1Jarbierk"Ietina; 1.04| to ak.aul.of.onr .Minister; :')Sr..CJ .'

dangerous ,neighbor' within the} orders.Th of.members.i It 'was evident that. the the jatesn T- "r A \: 'i issue of a new pspef under the,abovt'Ijitlei: ; Besides 1b ;'the'\cmitaL'sbaronderTbisorder.the We, .wan\ a, Fnan-ofwzr1ere;' tbew.evertobeJozndwh
* victories of General Jackson .over .the execution of the';(whole :plan waS. in; the .Odrj leguulators4o not seem to take ,intorlew Tampa, Hillisboro copnty. '% is6 issued British shlpanRtt ik o"1.F ,' :. : u .iheir; jKrvjc aTur: '
Creeks, and the territorial cessions which hands of the free Stales; and nobly did they that the-'prod '\ on in the ''United and Caradore and four French reguedVi $ ven, !if us were badly'wpuftdef&
do their duty by the South. 'Some societiesand States'.of : rticlet! ar', :}rMT$ &OTx'c'CoT4e'4fiSan J ; \ & . ' nsued, made' the first great breach in, this any consamptiou' ; TfcTDaily"Nriiesof the.ZSlh stitesthat 'Lrcccu4s| : Ikmyjeft ibigh and,three-
Tast Indian domain ; but much remained to some individuals, DO" doubt with very has the eflect of keeping down the price of 'mlm&r'or fj.and. th e fitnn'Wlng Our' 'well' ltnowni"T Admiral Dundas has Vfceivfd orders* from .,tea vy)blows> *i! my bods, .and ,savedf my
be done to free the Southern and Western humane motives,, but with the folly 'and I that article in .the general markets of l>the a t! :( llow-ctuzen" of Columbia. ,. "ii The Bnflisb-Mmirat to'mOT with1'the'whole fife'by turninr1 aside a bayonet wtll ttj
'Sitie' from a'Useless and ,Iang ions population blindness and injury-to the'objects of ,their world, if not by enpplying-thoae markets'at tYiiTiLEq.>; ;.'-, I h... English fleet from'Besica to Constantinople ,handy and received -one blow,that knocked

:to give them the use and jurisdicllooof tare which generally attend Kraturtous interference -. least by preventing additional demands upon 'The 1a of the Hrro/J wi1 be to" H J'be.r'ejfctiorrby.jhe Czaf pf.thejTttrkiahamendments pie' head fo'rjrri .t,doVo the gangway' ,'',atohnaL -

all the territoiy within .their limits, with the affairs of others, attempted them for the consumption: of.this country; frobject-.. J. It .. ... w'as known at. Cpn Uril>iioplion'the a tjt/i impossible for te-.itf'YO"I'

and to place"! them, in that respect on, an to raise an outcry, and made themselves, No onc.can doubt that.the operation of the aid in developmg' .the. resources. ... of- "that. 4"rich. i9ih;but Ihe expected'crisis did not all the parl5cutar ; avrt WtMitl take .scuta}
equality with the Northern and Middle busy to frustrate The plan ; but thf.free existing '..tarifi;; by so: greatly reducing the and deligbtul section* 'known' 'as South occur;'and the' 'Mintvy;' : tbe' date 'of-the fbeellof papvrt but rtferjoalp. the ,xeport.whicbwullbe .

Stat a.- From! the earliest periods of.the States themselves, in their federal-action and production of iron in the United'States has Florida.- -' '_ ." last ktter, remained without change J : j wot by the same mail as tai..-

colonial settlements it bad been tbe policy through the proper exponents of their will- been one principal cause flf the,recent great It will be neutral in and The Chief of the Ulemans had apologizedfor VwiUpnly! add, that, so base aDd;' cowardly
of the Government by successive purchases their delegations in Congress-cordially concurred advance in the price of that article. We ftrietly 'politics! theidisrespectful style of. their a'ldres, inset was !fcr.ponimiUed. on a. body :Of '

o f their territory,. to remove their tribes in it, and faithfully lent it a helpingand have not the, data to refer to,.bowing: to will pursue straiglit forwardtndeperuleni' and the feastofBeriam' *had "passed "over unarmed! ana especiab1emeniiaceuaiiooa.bavebeencnuiteuanc .

further and farther to the West ; and thatpolicy effi ient hand. what extent that 'production has been' reduced course upon all subjects in which(the'people.}i ;: without a breach of thi peace "'The'Sultan i i ; d by .each' ber v 1

vigorously pursued"after the war The President Mr. Monroe, in the session by so large a portion of the American arein1. ested. .a" | appeared itf the. procession, :and./was>:hot am Tiow suffering from my wounds,and hopeere -

with Great Britain, Las made much of 1824-25, recommended i its, adoptionto .furnaces going out of blast, within ,the last Terms in advance! molested..He afterwards presided a Cabinet long tit bear ,*hat steps bur government'
progressin Advertisements
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freeing'several' of these States (Kentucky Congress, and asked the necessary appropriation threefurs but'we presume it would be a' year, Council', the"proceedings. which, did will take. inttte ;matter/..-AV Y. Courur.TVe .-

entirety" and Tenneree almost) from this to begin from the Senate. A bill moderate estimate to place it at 300,000 toni i inserted. at the .usual- jates/r' not. frarippTref a .'- .* c..ta.Unep _

population, which w' greatly'hindered the Vas reported to the Senate for that purpose, annually.. Does any one i .theo,' 'suppose We have always regarded Tampa : .an 'Th,'Saltan was said to be'displeased with _

expansion i of their settlements, ando much and unanimously passed that body. What that if within.the last three yearsdhere hid admirable location for.a_newspaper;and the the. .Foreign"Ministry forfcrmg'mg'their % ,state of public feeling At Constantinople .

checked the increase of their growth and is more the treaties,made with the Kansas been 900,000 tons more of.iron made in the position'.rendered .the t'more""so ]fqm tfijeincreased 'fleetsto ConsUntinople considered' .:it is thus, described by-,The Jtloyuag"Cknntdt
&lr nrtb. Still there remained to the and Osage tribes in 1825 for the cession to United States than has been made tbe p1 ce 'wbic6Y unnecessary, and derogatory.; ..contJI.PaadeltlTbere.. (one
jear1824-' last of Mr.up'isbn roe's I the United States of all their vast territory of it would have been doubled in England, attention has of late been *-. 'A'report had been ;curferft itarAusrla, con deration which has undoubtedly'gruZ." -'

UD..tTatIOD-Jarg.year portions of many of west of {be Missouri and Arkansas except or that the English iron-masters could thus turned to't e'-ag'rcult !al.a4yauiages of Prussia and Russia bad entered 3nto joint !ly i influenced, Ottoman Government;*!

these"Stales and: of the Territories in the small reserves to themselves, and which have taken advantage of us, and coerced us that portion of the State, 'arid :the facilities protest against the ships passing; iUbe Straits whicu mainly,;contributed the refusal f4'

bands"of the tribes : in Georgia, nine and a treaties had been made without; previous to the paymentof the present high'nues for! of intercourse.which have'of late been=added -but it had been con1radcted.t. s. ,11 ;be lter note forwarded from Ywnsa. lam'assured

h-If.._millions of 'acres In Alabama, seven authority from the Government for the the. hundred* of :thousands of tons .f railroad ,. Advices, viaTneste' of the 29th,/state,thata Iron a'.good bruce .that the Sheikul
and ba1f'millions, in; Mississippi, fifteen purpose of acquiring new homes for all tbe .iron' which we are now compelled by steam communication'witt New Orleans 5 ,, better [und rst hdi g thence. vall d'he. ;Islam, ot Jnaa .of the faith, plainly, de
'and three'quarter millions; Jn the Territory Indians' east of the Mississippi were. duly purchase from them 1 The duty of,thirty i and sailing &tiwitiCh'i.rle nii Y tween the ;peace" and war fatties" nn the cUred iu the.U council that he would oofbe

"ofFlorida four million. ;_;in the Territoiy and readily rat Bed.Those treaties-Were percent on the European prices that existed i We wish i the'projectors the i new -enterprise Divan,. i ct c. ., 'y.i -. an wciaUI Jor the peace ufo StainbooV

Arkansas,, fifteen and a half millions; in made at St. Louis by General Clark, without at the time that the tariff of 1846 vas passed very'abundant success<: ,.The Austrian; Lloyd,'says4jnder date of should thai *uote :be ;.adopted. J The,army

\hc' tate of 'MtE5ourS, two millions and any authority far as this lar e.a qnisition was a sufficient protection, and had it then JIt. Coustantiuople,16tb. September,_ t that ,the stationed.|aon:the ,banks.o the three quarters in Indiana and Illinois fifteen :was concerned at my..instizatiou- upon been made a specific duty, at .Ike same.rof. Dtsgraeeful r1zc_ 1ght. Power" bad 'n ot'to-that. the,'induced1 the uudei the cotnmaad of Omer'Pacha'and th*

millions ;RaW i in Michigan east of the my assurance that the3>enate would ratify per ton, our own furnaces ,would by: this Porte accept fbe'" Vienna-hole batthe jiuiDerouaj,irregular forces that. havebeen:
lake seven mlll; lis. All these States and them. It was done they were ratified;. a t.me have supplied the domestic demand, and A'prize fight; for a' wager'of' tOoo: a Sultan had decided oot.to-iaaue an appeal to drawn togelberwill The rcaMlnsum-oiT

Territories were'desirous, and most justly great aci of justice was rendered Jo the at a less price than we are' sow compelled side'wbicb had long teen talked of('tbok' the nation.at present. n.. : r'* 4" peace, hare., toretaro, to their homs.> 7Thi
South. The fouudation was laid for the to pay in ,. ilueDce.f cessation to o place at place called 'Boston'F'o i"C A.yierinaJetter'oTf'.tlie! 21st states, that umstauce, places.tbe ,Turkwhi.Gwvernmeutiaaa -
and naturally so to possession pf these rn-
future removal of the .Indians which was great an,extent American comjietitioii in Lord WesMMJj and 'had recsived'Instructions awkward .predaca nt. .Shoal&anominous
bodies pf land the best within .
'vast generally d.miles from New
tbeir followed up by subsequent treaties and .acts the production of the article. Congress, of ers, York, on from. ieJmMup'i insist" that the peace be concluded and tbeselueii > .
l mitl. held the United Stale '
bound Georgia to relieve her. Justice* pf Congress, until the Southern and Western course, ,in fixing the per centage of duty, the 12th instT1epugilists, fighters,' wen proposed declaration that the: Vienna note be ;dsban4ed, theywiIL.uudoubisdly..

the other bya coitipacl States and Territories States were as free as the Northern froji was-RovenieJ bythe then existing" cost of the notorious!Yankft Sullivan;and;"a raari contains nothing"dangerous' to--theJ.sove- not ietL l1 ,empty banded their-ihoanab

.to the.a me relief?'and the applications required to the the incumbrance of an Indan: population ; tbieign,iron ; but 1bat rate of duty,"instead named M8 riUeY" .It U thai'd s ribed':intbe reigntypf the.Sultan should-be.drawn up4frtheorii .Government' ? will, in that eVenl,.nof
and I, who was an actor in these transact;, of remaining at the rate under which' the ) of a protocol, as, after,.the.interpretafion have.the power tn control any but tberegUfla
federal which the of '
Govetnment to right lions who reported the bills and advocatrd present tariff went into operation, continuedto Tribune :'- giten'by Russia to the note,Enstaiid ; and even that will prove .aa

purchasing Indian lands, even within the the treaties which brought this jrreal.benefit decline with .the ,decline of prices 'and "The fight tasted 55 minutes,durmg.wbich might invite,'but could not'press the Suttari. ar.1.aou.ta6k." Tne. irregular lroop :who

Suits exclusively belonged, were incessant I to the South and West and witnessed the thus operated in a double ratio against the 37-rounds were fought at the. expiration to adopt it:" "* have. gathered from the interior of thi.>Asiratic :-

and urgent. Piecemeal; acquisition, to end cordial support of.the members from the free iron-masters of the United States, from the which MorriNey.wbo.bad been ,punished .Iu feply to this notification' the Austrian Turkey-will wres '* ia.-

in getting the \bole, were tbe constant States, without whose concurrence they reduction 111.the foreign cost and the reduction severely! nearly every round. was, in'a Plenipotentiary i is saidto i have i informed the' vengeance on tJ.e. Cb..atlan pop*

effort and it was evident that the Encumbered could not have been paosed-I, who wish of the duty at the same time. The,te- shocking' condition bis hose' b.injt'om.. French and 'British' representatives, that wtiomihfj,meeion,their path;vuf'4 -.

Siates and Territories.would ,notuandcr&mty'oright for harmony and concord among all the pull as to price would, without doubt be the pletely flattened and his (see cut f gbtl'1Ir,'- trorn the position'the Western Cabinets bad the Turkwb 4roops. even ,demand- $ : .

not to be satisfied until all States and all the "sections, of this Union, same as regards sugar; shoeld any steps le from k.bich tbe blood flowed'profusely,'* taken; Jtis, "stow timpossible for-Aualria :todsaint through Constantinople on theIr relaro'wfc'pis .'
their soil was open to settlement abd subject At this of tbe occurred to collective! .declaratiuo in ,the to them 1 The latter
fight a eonttipnVcy.is
owe it to the cause of truth and justice, an I taken which would destroy, or even considerably stage anthe'ring auy prevent _
to jurisdiction. To tbe Indians themselves ,' during _the'noi.e and confusion form ufjp. protocoL however uot. .. Nevtrlutless
to the cultivation of fraternal feelings to reduce, cultivation of the cane and r ; very, probable -
it was equally essential' to be removed. which ensued' time called but Sullivan ': th'is Vienna corrrspohJentsstate 'tl1.f'ru k of.Conatanti
bear this faithful testimony to tbe just arid m the United States; and it should be recollected was flg iopulatiou
I The' contact and (Treasure of the white race liberal conduct of the non-slaveholding that an advance of price In that not hearing it'did not appear 'The friends' that tbe most perfecV accord existed noplc is. by uo ineaus at its ease; and as re-

xras fatal to them. They bad dwindled under State in relieving the Southern 'and Western ; article could not very easily be corrected by | Morrissey therefore,declared him'.t". oeiween Austria'and.Russia'with i ,resuecfto t"dri.b the G!( "$,\ bo.inhabit the numerous-
it, degenerated, become depraved. and States trom so' large an incumbrance, increased cultivation abroad ; for the West i victor, which" ,was also'pronounced by"tth* Turk y.' > vi1Laes that line the baulu of the Buspb
whole tribes extinct or reduced to a few in The Cologne Gttzftte f farther intimates that rus, ar 11 gWat ,
and1 aiding the extens on of their settlement Indian and Brazil sugar grower* have hot judges. ; J. lUey aLtrakr\l cau> assure
dividuals wherever they attempted to remain and cultivation. The recommecJation of tbe.necessary labor nor can they procure it, ,Mt is said that, by Ibis'accident''or.. oversight Aualna.w,eudeavonug Iu quarrelwith.Turkey you, 5,4 H -VU. c.1U1 tbai,every bouse--i

in tbe old States and could look for Mr.Monroe and the treaties oP 1825 were' so as to give the required ,increase in the and this.only;on the part of Sullivan; uudt 1r {t.he pretext.of :indemnity "due; toAustrian ruifd, auU luaciuutur .M awaited"wuJi.

BO other fate in tbe new ones. tbe beginning of the syRtem of total removal; production ofthe, cane. he lost the battle.. Morrissey, although he sunjccts. :- uiruiiupea niixitfiy.. Hitherto the..ciishud
-Wbat," exclaimed Mr. Elliott Senator but it was "beginning which assured the At :the last session of Congress the Hon.' exhibited goofcpluck sadly disappointed bjs The Trieste Gazette states that' Russia demands 1 <'r-wda'.wccjwkcatupoa: : as allies,-wif '

from Georgia, in advocating a system.of success of tbe whole plan, and was followed Mr. BROOKS of New York, introduced into friends, as be showed. huts srn..desrcepf[ the'Province Pf D"visten (!).in' payment nut t>y"euiiuient; at lea M y interest; bnVisuice
general removal "what has become of the up\ as .will be seen in the 'biltor .of each the lower House the subject of a modification skilL Nearly three thousand'people were Expenses .in cUIYlng the Pnuc* ue Ute .u|>i o rt given by the; wpreieutklives -
immrnee botdes (if these people who once case until the entire was) 'accolJ of the tariff'with the view to:meet on the ground to witnesS the''figfet,' which palities.';This.Province,possesses valuable vi UIUM; Puwsrs to,tne..Viennese i
system very -
occupied the eoil of tbe older States T In lished. "'p.. the present difficulty; and his plan was ort the wasnot the least interrupted by tbe authorities miiies and forests, and. cuinmaiuliBarkistanant ,\ ".. iibte! we are,;kh put very,:.coucb tutu,the !; '
New Eogland, where numerous and warlike basin have of.that vicinity. tit said nearly all the Circassia.CojinJent sanie. box'a* uulri Mliy:giaours.w 1ttuBa
same as we suggested addingto -
tribes once so fiercely contended for supremacy the free-list all materials and other farmers and citizens of that region, were expectations' 'are 'expressed in "" .
with our forefathers, but two thousand From the National InttlligfHctr. articles which did not raw interfere with American present) \vitni.'thi 'disgraceful,. exhibition .- Europe that Americas privateers will not ac KiA.-TlTe Chicago Decaoeratic

five hundred of their descendant remain The ..pJ.. Revenue. labor. Mr. BrooKs urged it with much ; pl letters. -of. ,.Marque/roin, Russia. Press publishes the proceedings of a "Con.
and they are dispirited and 'dt raded. "Tbe fight was for $1,000 a side:' The veutiou of.citizens of 'Nebraska TerritorjV
th attentioo of the House but
: .
ability on
Of the powerful league of the Six Nations Having discussed the subject of a reduced did not succeed in'effecting any change, or outside..beta were $100 to $80 in favors .of ,An. KxcIUnK-, C -_ :. safd to have $IeahC1d atKzkapootosuaix.'

so long the monrge and terror of New York duty on iron, we now turn to sugar as.the even bt inillg. a consideration- the sub Morrissey. -'Iu Washington County, Md recently- ; the 20th i of laiiOutb' at which resbtntioa'
ai>8ed' declaring it to.be}inexpcdicntloestablisu' ,
ject. however itself Mr'-Swan' tried..for: murder the
New Jersey show waS bound win < one was A temt..raal. goTerniucnt iu Nebiaj';
Pennsylvania, and Maryland is derived. the attention of Congress and will that.lie to or never '
tbe numerous and powerful tribes once seen We are fully convinced that there is an doubt upon be carried into effect and, no strip for anntberfigbt and it.is to be'hoped provocation to, the. art.having been that the ka.uVtii rAfterrtbe .eitiuctianpf. tfa; iadiait/
our only
there-are either extinct or so reJuced as"to amount cf raw materials and other foreign. wish is that it may be done in a"manner calculated be,wiH adhere to his, determination." v ictim jppit,ia Swan's face; The jnrv in'tbe UIII"to tLe aullt toncuniug m ,the.'Ie., o(; .

escape observation in any enumeration of merchandise imported into the United States to promote.the general! 1 interests of 'At thi*,barbarous Qe''pr .se 1ted -in/th* case acquitted Swan: ubseqoeRtl.r; rflg1 tbeCuUiasrwirufjndiaft--AUairi i io r specf
their inhabitants In Mr. JeffcrMQ none of the i item. of which into- competition : Id Jh prti t.l* ulrneotpl.Uje wbits,
informs thai there Virginia were,,at the commencement with the borne industry come of tbe country the country, without injury (6 any particular ft9e of the public.authorities of:NewJCark. nation.tn.etings :have -beea held' in 'Waslhiuglori : .&f:iL-e itttritory, and_.directing the ..openingaf ;

of its colonization (1607,) iu which could be placed upon tbe free-list, class oldie community Khree tbousaiid eople?."=arplsaidjto have Cou..ty,.atwbi; b the jury have'teen polls! ,thtougLouVtbe ,.terrUoryotb >.

the comparatively small portion of her extent or the .duty so far removed as to'make1 up fl.athif Dr..Oeorge.. \.t.\atson. been present, many;'pf.whom doubtless'rare fiercely denounced:.In Bro r di' 'i r&i&utItut,4-(ktnbir,lot the' eleclioo' ;

whtch' lies betweta the seacoast and the he required reduction in tbe gross revenue; We have jut learned wiLD'-deep regret of great-af plefonned in processibo;'beaded "by; tiies i.. -ucrc.tc..JU.ColI'. ._&, ./, ""-.: '..' ,.;

M. and from the Potomac to thetnostfbalhe'rn for we presume. no one would be .willing; the death lx f; this"distinguished'physician. "Uuc1ero,'.,Cabin," and display. horror in I representing the'twelvejurors,2pioceededi 'uOd I The .Louisville. Juuraalof"ihesay's *ih'r. '
waters of James river, upwards have a less .surplus than six to elgbt..ml.li He breathed his la. the morning of Wednesdaythe. .
of forty.tribes .Indians. ; now there over the ordinary and current expenses 12th'instapt.l ou! :.:at' ,hs;: country the,whites of.their eyes on reading an account 1 through several' streets,'' 'after :- ,.. : o. ...'

are but forty-seven individuals in the whole of' the Go.ernmen..1o meet any :unfure-5 residence.ih LoVisa, his\naUve. county,., .of _some, crqelty to a slave in :tbeS9uLb. which"they.halted fri tlie 5quareand'lhCre Tae :TOBACCO CtoffWt *.1 I.??"-

Stale I In North Carolina none are counted; seen contingencies or to be employed in the Dri Watson wa'nearly seventy years old, ,The details of the above brutal en consigned 'to alit'devouring'element'" the < aaiers'fiuitiuaUreut s ctiunsiatfais'!''State*'

Va South Carolina only four hundred and radialreduction;: of the public debt. and for.fortyiyears was a pr ctismjj i. physician counter; & a be all .eager y' devoured :by twelve representatives of Nthe jury in the aud' jikdMLMwhohave ;"ifrrett-iB'lJJe .

fIfty ; 'while Georgia,'where thirty years So far, then as the revenueis concerned, in thin city. He was one of the Jut j theii alates I '. diirm Uw.week-,.that the slight.'frbsJ -Jod'j
inose'Auoianis/i.aua nut Swan >
since there were jwrt leu than thirty thou- we do" noL.believe would. be necessary ,to of that band of distinguished men of. which' j will cadet' > Sunday'aM Aioniitymcrnin 4o ttot'aSectr

and:souls there now. remain:,some fifteen interfere with the 'present .duty on sugars Richmond was so'justly Sroud, aiidf whose even y l the.subsequeat atan.uonBCrmenl The provocation; given'to'jiwarr n.s .b.IaJ.Pc. 'trI. II'too r

taoasaadvibe one-half having disappeared and we only:refer.to it because;in the discussion memories she sbontd so fondly chersb-for we have:that..Morrissey' has died'olUhedrubbiughe doubtless;one which demanded''Bomej even -- T-t "p.;'; I.

ill a &wgk'enetation.' That many,of These'peple of the subject, it has been alluded to with %Wickham Leigbi;'Johnson'and Stanard received. ." severe personal' redress f butthe' f' thtlictiou P oTJEstxT; 1iulldu-Tbe' Nevada1 r J... ,
bare removed, aud, otbera"p rilhedLIth"wOrd as an article.on which the duty conld-be re at her'bar, and Fohsbee,McClurg, McCaw, .. (l CafOniouruiat! mention*il as a cunott*.. .
duced. The of I : of death:was a ferocious'"arid'unjusiihable fact tlutt utanvbf the Cnhtanitetf-ia? thai ft*?
in the .frequent wars'' which pre'entduty thirty per cent.will and Watson in her faculty, she could );truly Th Irish. PatrloU.' '
have occurred in Jbe progress of our Eettle- give an.average of but a traction-above i -. r' f : ,. ---3 -S retribution} and the 'jury wfiich"acquitted gion rVroteti1sWho take sxI..a iWB )
carn'a! ; proportiori of.
,meats I am free to admit :Bat 'where are one cent."per'pound; and it is with thgrea fessional larger lily than other city in the. .ReponiJa! y! Seen, j ceivedoLihe escape i entirely't.b.' inflict far tjfsuch'pnniibm'entiiu -' J>ie'in court* O'JustlCf' aud say.they:vere'' .

the hundreds of thoiisandswiththe,!: des. test difficulty that the sugar..interest of the country; any- ::. froth. 'Australiaol! two more ofAh,\ Itishpatriotaiiishehihre this: case','slrould meel{'as it'if meeting iuuvenied in Cbiim !by IbeJaborsof amass
cendants who neither removed nor, werethus' I South .can contend aaJn fore rn. erown .1' siunaiy, whom. they name with much iae.Thef'i *
In the various branches of Medicine and They are Afyuheland U
destroyed.'. Sir, like a.:promontory. of sugar, under'', this ..;r1-l lowrate, 0(duty. Surety Dr.'Watsion".woii high nd'almo t Martin. .iadvicef, frainPort iwtth,the fiownsPf. annunity. \outraged"comconsist -. ; peaceable and,. industriOus,>ard.
The art
usa cxpoKJ to the ,ceaseless encroachi.tiMBturfthe Any,material reduction of it would therefore unrivalled dish netion. To skill : ,, < L c give practical e_ ulcoce that""their Jai.
ocean, they have been gradual- inevitablyruin and break up the cultivation and splendid attainments in allots congenial l .Philip tu, the. ,.4th_ of.,JulY..,.,_' ', The scauepf. ;-. "..-, ": '. f ,rhlu4bWI4k1-. ... .<. 1 : .
.Ijrassngwsy.beforeTha' current'3ofr the' of.the cane in' Ron la, FOUISi;' I. and Texas branches acqurred by a thorough educatton, Martin: ,would. .appear; from; tbese4 ip..beThe C: 1 si i 9f tl Iirliopilu.}.aa. takeCastt&ucur&aatent 'iGjJOO"T.0 JlT."JlriI""p- -1.'RI"r eiireJbyThe ':
white 'wbicbji inv where of $80.000,000 invest : firaalmLruvenent -
Mnatiagi population a
i in'his own and most
the n 1
r .B aireof which l $ *iicil.thittDr.
: : pr rpgt :
a' them indn- It would eminently -
< from'
| verf quarter; e4.iqthalcI1ILure l i Europe be had added :
: schools aprofoulidanti escapejqf.Jphn.. Mitchell: Tfro.o) Au'iIralia. certain rarrarigemerrt'-of.\- l)rampt&fLk1L tftiII4$4 wlydi.fre
;less speedily reirioved beyond the, influence nnjutt.tbiu-to.ruinsuch an extensive inter 1 irt
k'nowted of general literature ,
jof l:llue! cause, ol.lbe many tens of thousands particularly as it is tbe only article pro and science'accurate,VA'memory 'of iron grasp., retained j js.confirmed., ..He calledat the police water chambers and"al-p'pe.1I'Jaerebrtht.: ; ied'hilrataty{ has leeotbathstaikaed iirrsenled iiis ..ValuaM

,BowjwilbJn the limitrof 'the Southern' .and ducied at the South for which they require all! 'tbit traaselected'li! i i;a sound: dwcrimlrlah'ng office'with, aiorulrsigoaUoapt' his parole bottom.of?the water'but inlet pip* {s always'seaied.lyrt&e'wast H.ra'Y,1l.tile klta( Haiked their iseitst ofbis*
isf'aflogetfiier WyonJib : .
the Western,States*remnant win not ]r>ng or.ask protection It would also be impoli1tie. Ju gment. 'A. a physician and and while.th.officers .were -read'ng jt. ;b.e otitrolbfthecdrisamieflwho bt found' theirattlorJo .and highly disadvantageous to do so as \ *
,to point"you tptb&.gravezpf : citizenJie secured the iiJmrration arid enjoyed niouuted memorial ol the *C
; thai grateful m
horseitiPiiwaitingt .
p put, a tUe .te.teri! except reqarred'lft' -
: r &o.tiJatlabe NJetory.1011bear regards the entire ..Union as' it :would undoubtedly the foil confjderii( f1Ials':'community, and 9et. ;: seal theiubeanIalanctbe presturejbfithegaX .uf Lh pi&hiicspiriteuldonor.-C&ar.
disappearance)' 'garth.". be Abe: means of greatly enba'n1cing {mrmtf walks of Kfe fee t cite 1 'thiwarm pdcnacopani4bjV. .JrnyUi, -
which l -J- ;'
-'Mt."eleflOa; tbat! statesman In Tact ,as the cost of the article all the* consu- 'aflectipn.'of: ,ll\'({! ku .w1; ', :;welDr. 11|. th'e,correpondentoftbe2'ri&une.' yt r felDlUn.for .propel'. 'Quantity.; .must always. e': _,r. 4rJ...'.. :..., ,.- ., : ,.a

*! 1J.u'i iOn e.Jh,DaD<,enTarged t: ndtprtheuiiiewi1 menofit. Watsutfs''personal ..ap'oearanctr" Mr ,Martin.has,sincej repprte4fibimseUaihis -4. .- I 1 f1 5I _jICVLBeaICawl- : aw party arrived si t
jrhose prerogative it The above-named States!produce annually '- very Blriktngjf Wrtbout great regutarily": 1o 'Tal MrruonirrCuucu vzr.Accord.inft "
authorized place of residence-i t.f S7ta of'.AujusCIroB They .
i tl"-'j qnJL
about 300,000,000 yoand oisugarbe- ', -* *____ -he Advertiser .
:"10 loteue .illi.and 'p ide.'PiDSS| featuretie' had thitWge( tIe, that.fnrm piberoic -v t NlwTork'ComJBereail ijhe eutire tft" We si portiigmiTrSlftfr. ,- Ma i'fi.j&
,.'both sides wfairh'fnieignimportations'are'made i A.heede..t z-.eaL-:11 z tAii. ", awl the Charleston? &C TC&rutuud& ,
nna; bad long-foreseen tbeDevils, to iriouliLlui4rtbaf majestic port;,wbichiiif i-tj "t.st' f j VsUt'dap- .I1e-iOej1fZvu&
!'Indian*mud to'.titeVbltM: ,, "in retaJainey 10 tbe extent of about 350,000,000 !pounds early Jmanb od. made, him a mod I pf, "tnaTibSmfaloft :. .' tab the'Jon ,pending lawx: oit "rehrtivefto! i q'1 aJrauic .
; put of tbesf tribe.within our organized and it is tbe production of these three State manly beauty;:' With i this, j comiindiipresencegravejiut t'l the4WIC$ .the.prDpertyand; OtI; (.tfi t BPpk i1r partaltoa li .
-iJe which .hrto the"general supply' ,. demeanor laii n J ; rpool tt.trt; }sfabUshrnen1 ibo4itEijiscop4 a
;.ndvpon1be ,";s icqaisitiooof: coming .cWrteousl.n 1tairter o!! a.w, 1h.t' ". l'Witk 01
.isiana withintfefe inontbs'mfier the. the 'wont; bas its full fffect''in keeping -witb an"ele fimpliciiy(. of ' dow -If boweverVtbat ,rodiictibnwa : i benevolence c. ,,. {' the'Ui '&'.Stfpreme; Coar ;,:Jovari :
isui&-proposd it tor Ibe futurte l'ritt and'ati inTaTjrirfglihdness/and: { Fwm the"t'J: v'ih1Q h, .I Ir JS.u._ 1c!
tit all tbe tribW/OB' .1 :r Mt utoCnao4j4be United States. called Cowards\ men**M every,c au, I : i; : >4mtioni>otapanies.nah .dis pnte .baling r -
?_ii rtindh iyjai ,la4)'1***. iCied' upon ..the otherHsngar'erowing .countries,1principally +.T* :: .llo'Wt.th ut reproach there ii_ tfli ni i"'M1nti 1" tio iiJh" agVeed: tp.jr such' _JtrraiijEtmeat u The ,,' '1.r U N i hior"Cl-
: '
.poa.1paL defree Jbotii .br ,iawelftjBff, tb*:Westlediei for an additional u's* .'. fTb Bra 4.14 Dame of Caitle.a.Anct [." 7" Din. wnether' itur- _oufto tfF1 1 pot, J dg }!,-fPt I..a" 1 9:r .rrvc t LatNe wJiirk WW" .. ;

-Pate ;B r itfltatt quantily*f-;* ( ponnds, it would npw Uat;* eatb ibas-po ''real, _pf-" ', 4i,1.pg city lit.-e'iI i meet hi Camseiouersotbe'tw&isloh1 r i__' jrtth tty;fliIbemWcoasuni4a 1ft(.'tI .
'succfwor. ".Ir dors ,,InI.ILL-.fl.5n5flt 1ifew. .uld. bfi''tnYf, r rt.an2 J 9. 1 v 1 1.,.L.UIIW ,oi ulbwa-r. ". r. I $ '".o.a #
-- .
-- -
'i' I'I'ObaJaJl.iJiiibae the-pfwent priced -- .
tD :d! :] 1 busineiw experieuceiQtHeonriciedvtlhi -r--Imitation*'r ih.l completed character!; asH J WaBvJcis'DTeviPUsly' Mh. wwht* .}:f : i ,,.,:; t.:.I t ,'.. k,; \ Wsbui1bj lealn4iia.Yto;
r'r te! s 1jt|n Its Foil 1 ewe,* ,BX?.. not require aay practical* ievitab1e'rewrh1rntif elands belore'BS'irr-all*hs' attfuniortiou '*bjtheC** ;-_' -,.with" i"wv Liverpool-*" -dates: toilbf* : : A" r'ate Paris Sepfc,15 says..that witl le: t..J ... 'L..: ; 't'
.. ..._ audio accorrrplisb aibt'JMmml.of 1 raes1tete well to.twt.auda ,' > .Sf...W '.wi ; .****J.ri '!" 'i1 thftitJIearfBediuiger5 r".v Charge a'I1t ,. -.,
I of it is it .be founfllri I;th plastic ; IllstaUT" 6
M1 1I Ae' Iribe* proof ;: required j" j rbi.1. "
opeip : I' -M-ti _'t. itt ftO'D l m dfai .I.hisbed M'
: the fact that even a short crop of*Sugar'atUK aiharacterrrxhibitiBras'ftJ'did .f.T"! : _"_ra _. ;. :
,01 i' { .
MMbeItIds sHsysUBJatie :
i v
j'ibe'Srefltbm trop? J o wee > .
; _,/IX* tuthwbieJl1beuuaI 'produe- ,"potleJC1 inieryaiut Roman dmue5iZ4'.' n 1E t ilqait eh W." i,t r. .V. i ._... .<.,i '. '
ed sl
'1IM'1 lioo oolf; ,or 150,000,000 pounds, -.j holWl', -Ui f;rtf,::1''itd't.A"' f tM fethresoI ktorm;f uj'etil6i ta"b itUi p.iev1ou.of c ;seYure'.1..t 1"t.a1 -'.: &.. i
4wild.zpnUOf1Ills bitoDed nation ohis pmf eMossJc5 pd.$ _.. ..w' "'1IIl .
; .
: from
*M 'f dv4bcethtqt of'tupn _
invariably ; t. .lrlfleeaiss* b.co ..
CJ1d* .J ,
.lj.i 1 ifri 'ft4 iti mere'eiiio1ument, cnutlenibl.I ",scoruu ':tU rP" ,-""v"-l ,0 .
_. ai aa4'MH 'ttllW''p ; he t..A. .
v { i< I -* V** 'atnti_. ** .iutlPft. .nrtht ,.!_.. ;---." "'. ",'.41''
iat&U htir. Uamptlon 465ODoOOOO : de1iOeWlHflC5fA8 'f athaiaavara -
Jt J1j' =' j .biell"\O'DI_ cent4tboOOeO f. S..$' Dllt O'I,,' .t"r tt .quau c, blthi7 .1Wt'I.l.. ... .. .,. .. Uj
k 4.
.. pondt4 equaI1fle J 't1H' : deetieatioJr i : -Aiqni1 A '
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:; ndi.4t. JbeIA'. :..I (e"f.ff&t. 1., ntire fiIqmpf Iiiuty,of. nq.rJ.. i.t ajafpahiiertrrbi .,. .. : 431D .. .I..n.t ..- I. :- *;hR W&p '' A. '" .
c" '." rn., j. -. ft- ace, :the e ;, : ..1 GfJ"'I.. li.. {:- ;
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1 b:1t ,. .tt ptobabUnJ) siot.eiithai5" ft4 taIwe M o isMiswu'o 1pe1, IOJ1I aa; eftirt wdl 16 r& .EnJt paper states W
t. .JI '.WI.1ff it tM.a-fPd i' ntirqual wyromiddi ','.Oftb', ''nll .. i "and .bt 1At. .;,' Thq_ per;' place Ccl..BenUiB. in tbe Siwrnkei1 Chail. ' .I l'Jii_I1f.,4II'J. $. II _= U a oblc.ezamP'1O'b15 ..prulADlOD. ; .- r"O M.
.ttl"IJio aJ wc'Jt Uia1 iw' c1tmand 0&. o' Wiy L.-
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'.-."... ... '. tV: V :JI' c;;V.Railroad-Coaipanj V (V-V _,";'" .': oarselves' 'from this result,, wI ---- DY1-- -- -* !1A.kRO4 ,THE SAVANNAH"' "' .REPWOcIJ
A".1-I nlL rt 4iI J V -V } -
t'if :Jt ;- V teia <
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5IJ1lS lfe'ihgaicVannel ; f ,
largely -f. V
'AEJLWAilOFTHEA'J3igtJybnfortaifrom &mic. gt 1nletitIC'. tbe
.., I :' >, '. p Railjlioad Pirt };11 pfJg1on9g" 'm.i";'o..fO't"i> .. f tii rJif t Or.l ..! 3 Daily, In advance. v.;-; < Woe"

.4iwT.zOet.36PtM.the East.jjJBf .- ;m..,. .J'A QK 80It ,; : .! Jat' onVille'on I Satorday Uhe. 22J.,inst41&1V1iOiI. I ; tr S :,,i 4 p ; \ a Dt ; ,Tri-Weeklyv lfnotpadtn' advance.advance.. ,.:...., .. :I 00:
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a[The,/American steamship Atlantic; ,with Tk rr 1 1..t ; 1). *yQ1!, wtio' hadf commercial. eneig'Ies V trade, with i the1 Prec!: ;Jaersofl4Ff4rll i MessrS.tsouglaiand not paid in advance.-. COO 00'If
reach '
,jUiTerpool date* to'the lib loat, has arrivedutWetryorkv --.' previous' meetiinie, of.,the'\:Board, been SavannaYmay a .G1 Lwih.Director' Weekly, brtnably! in raaeV. J V

'She bring three day later V seems to as to be.almost imppssible t elected Presfcent f deliveredin address, ports, in which. they could not otherwise 8 Ordei ed: aI obta bare leen' expressed ,,
:: 'T iveRepuMicars tillw lt
,;:44alea frooi.'the Canada, at Halifax. ::to 'realize our, owri. wish toac_. : : profit 1. Plti "1 J iitD' ad totheraltimate'eompletiod of the fi ,t I
iebiwitt found another columnAmong 'a" arid tb I
in !
*"the -**- A-s-i"T nr'l-? tt? ;> i* doubts hare influenced "subscribers rebT1to.nl1J' .
rfeljrifirnhTi.rrnTtTrM. knowledgeAvithrreguunty' the receipt of .J.- the intercourse between promote road, which and its basiess ,
tem more
Canada on the itt ins the other resolutions adopted. :.by the otherwise well disposed, to neglect the proau
.ilingqfjbe .
; several Magazines' which! their- !!!PeU!! the growth pf our "'Seaports? country, the r Jtorioaerthelr .
,,- .'I.t..i'rItV\t.l".nttOft.alarlcH.luia: remained on- Board,we bare ben Qmi b cr w lh'. IeOI1Y payment of their instalment 'with Tj .
'i -the.:: eakadarthe-" three day publishers have the kindnets to forward us: of the Gulf and Atlantic ; an object. valuable and promptness which i i. necessary to' Jn are an per at $5 00 a year,and their TrU\?qJtll

cJppries1 baleal previous, quota: The J latestnttm ir.of-tbat: Ji e!*!1- favprite, V. ',..,tiuelveft'Tbil following: the Direetoni" of.V.the.Florida desirable tojlhe'prosperity"of the'iectibnTo i economical and rapid rprogre' s of the' work $3 subscribers 00.to all new the subscriber'.will*.Jwhe To 1ftIett.
4ot : GroAamphas' been hands several .allied! with -Therefore.V : __ paper ,
; in our Railroad Company:do. not consider the country we sre most nearly < V reduced rate on and .
ff. whicu bad That the Board of Director see .afterJ..f*
JorBre&dst, pre also the Parlor Magazine pubtUhed Road ontem Iatea' this 'a Resolved ; .
'r as ( a and those
days, by charter Mill January. o.ba.pai4
-1iJdeclined again reeof ered, and closet Jlectlno of Pr.prtetorsoV no reason to despair of the tpeedy ,completion < j Ie If.
last weeks prices: Rice was in good jh. I in Cincinnati;' also late numbers of Myerf route whose tnrerests ,would conflict with I. -- _.: j-ir-rr .* ''**>,- *\' of be road .That thiyVbaye exp. nded ranee Yiil.be credited i i.We .ecerdlltrtV"-

maud .r-l'nyiQus.t: !ei; ">. :>.J3ferLostxmMoxEY /" :.Vnivemun the pictorial l attractions'of' whch!| those of:a mad'ro "tbroogh. the State but Pursuant. i ,iatioo general.,-. naetiuJ large sum of money machinery, tools, .propose also' .t? i .a ?u-

.MAatrr."Consols: baa w Save before admitted.: We' have ..received oh fromrtbe'the Atlantic Ocean W Pensacolav interests of.the proprietors"of.mills on the. St..lobn carts, provisions and other: essen'Jals: also commencing e-rlY.I for i in Nuvember,"'at It Of,
"' contrary,therbelierejthat'the held Jacksonville.The in the routeotithe'ioad; and .in rear; to .be paid invariably
declined to 901. River was ,at: locating
several numbiriortbe Self-In tbe of
.also ( 'of and local interests '
commerce To the wilfal"nishedatl500
immediately ten Weekly
will .
;.flfra'jE4ST: .! "Qvisriox.i-Dtpatches devise opening several miles thereof, and .
( ;
: -i the State imperatively, -demand both roads, object of the .meeting was to
work l ,commenced n \ .
structor new lately with
"from Vienna 'dated the 3d lUst, announced ,.a : and energetically progress 1
"hat the Sultan! had .on that day, on'recomniendatioh Charleston, by.R, W. Habersham- Its purpose and that near seventy miles of the, Atlantic etwul abe some remedy for the, J inequality! and !irregularity'arising the aClualyork', upon the road ; and that t., We4make'thisreJ'uct Q W tie rici tl
r tasen.n.d of tbe road might and i from the diflerent'rules! r sur who,.have paid !Republican; ; forttireireuonl
those inbscriber
-- of the Divan signed' a' is to educate for ,tht South. Extended to'lhe. saving i justice to: r.r "
of s war'against Rnssia.. It was reported m dicommon and meaurrs'of lumber.on said river and whose money has been thus expended, cause we.d.&ue..to scatter the' paper"thi.
and highly favorable. notices have.appeared the expense of.tbe construction of two near veyors .and aJjoinin1'Sta in
: from ordcare'able .
"' that faostililies had reinly; commenced, and and such mode of measure' requires the board to enforce payment ,,
the sam suggest
parallel"road. at
of this work in the Charleston papers.. ly terminating their .extend: the on.1a '
that the Russians bad attacked the Turkish all other*by all the legal .remedies in
And with this,view the Board invites ..hould'.ensore equality
point. ,. m.ntand sumy as the',business of Savannah; :btliei
\ofttttons; at Rontschonk. power. V. ;tIet
Female choo1.From of the-Directors
Previous reports slated thatolltii bad .. f -l. _J_ co-operation and justice to both purchasers .a sellers; ,Ordered, therefore, That the Secretary do whatever piomes the prosperhy of..
-- Central Rail Road
the Company.
agin sided with England l 'and France, and the long existence of the "Female also. to specify and define the duties of sarvjyors. proceed forthwith to cause sails to be instituted cannot fail to exert" a beneficial' ej

tbat"lOme new position was to have been Seminary"advertised; in our columns over Address of Hon D. L. ,Yulet before the meetin .against all sabscribers the;capital bar own'. fortune strl&. Tb. great.fac,_ ,_'..

:"'tnade. Turkey.of the, when 26tb a arrived dispatch, announcing from Con- the name of tin;p. SWART and Mrs. % of Director. of the Florida Railroad A free interchange of opinion was had stock who hare, of this not Company paid their first resident instalment in Florida;that and possess weekly 10r.iI intelligence GDI daily,, by.OIJ, UMJ n"j,

lhat the Divan bad recommended the Sultan MLaz.ow. ,.aiid from the general testimonyborne Company. ,at between those present, and tbe following James M. Baker and M.,.W. Smith, ,Esqs, connections and.steamboat .lines, enci

;-to declare.war.. This'action on the'jarfof by'our citizens to the high characterand GaIITLEHJNIt wu your pleasure, resolutions l were adopted by the meeting : be, requested to superintend such sans as us to belie VV)that the}undertaking witj. ,

Turkey; was opposed by the Foar Power competency of those i instructresses, we the first Meeting! yoa held, as Directors! of 1. Tbat the calculations for round, sided may be brought in Columbia. County under because .it ought. be, successful. ..:::

The English and French fleets remained tbe Company in which we are associated, to and timber, known a* Preston's Ta- the foregoing resolution, and John P. San- Secondly, because otheV;paper*.U
feel warranted in calling tbe'.particular attention square derson and W. Gill 'Esqs., be in like out the country are reducing ii.
At Besika Bay. appoint me to serve as the President of your bles, shall be used. George r_ el "
Kosta was to hue embarked for the United of the public to the Seminary which Board.I 2. That all sound, 'roond logs over 15 manner requested to superintend such suitsas subscription, and we !OUldptaciourrt.upon .

States on the 21st by consent of Austria it may be said they hare fully establishedfor V inches in diameter at the small end, and 20 may be, brougbt in Duval County, and. a fooling' favorable as th&ftia- M
efforts -
and will devote *
The Cholera was slowly increasing at Liverpool. female pupils.. Aside from' any considerations accept the trust, my feet and upwards in length, and all sound that said attorneys, or either of them, be. .Lytb reader of those papers. ; '

under your direction and counsel, to sided 11x11 small end and authorized to receive I'u acription.aoJ pay 1blrdl1becao" we shall neverWmort
timber at
France and 'Naples had extended the as to teims of instruction, &C., the duty of promoting tbe purposes of tbe 35 feet and upwards square in length, to be considered the same over to the Treasurer.. I able. to make.a .reduction. than-_co *_t_ ,.......

term for the free importation of breadsluffs it may be regarded as a public advantagethat organization. merchantable timber-all log or timer And whereas, also, 'subscriptions to the Ve wouM not boalt.of. our success jtt'wi

and bad prohibited the export of potatoes such opportunities of education as are have undertaken d. of less dimensions to be classed and stock of this Company, were made in Savannah beg|Jeae to say that,the support walelkev

and all kinds of vegtable food. presented by this School, exist. Without The enterprise we designated by tbe unmerchantable. under the following stipulation, patron 'have.aceorJed us. up to tbisuW
from tbe circumstance surveyor a enables us to make this
unusual interest
< Among the passengers of the Atfanlic are rives viz : reJoctioo;ta4
TJent Maury and' J. R. Ingersol, late manis- other pretence than that of an ordinary day that in accomplishing tbe objects of the 3. That all logs and sided timber to be "Savannah subscriptions V to the stock ol' has to offtf 'ome'light' acknowledgatttor

iter to England. school. we believe there are few, if any, company, a great public good will be measured at the smallest part of the stick, the Alligator and Jacksonville Plankroad their past favors. We hope tbey.wiQ
'in this for
V more matured institutions upon a larger 'jjp-- deduction to be made for all Company,'payable in'ir.talmcntla' collect for see a conti DCir
achieved. crklu1tient
Lat.rfrom IC their and for sticb
h aropc.ARRIVAL scale which combine more effectually atten- to make the logs etriht-xept in common with the subscribers at Jacksonville patronage, efibrts. as,they

6 F THE ASIA. tion to the acquirements both in English The present commercial isolation of usual sweep in sided timber-and deductions ,and, elsewhere and to be' expended on the may.find additional'convenient.: to make;i!: procu.

well the Florida, resulting from a peculiar geographical for all visible defect Also, the purchaserstall last twenty miles of the road." ng ns subscribers. Tb'e 'f"
ranches and acromplishmentsas as have resolved itust
The British mail steamship Asia, Capt. location, is tbe chief embarrassment to be entitleJ to deductions for all defects Sha es. Shares. upon remit i. *

: &. G. LOTT, arrived at New York on the personal deportment of Scholars than this our progress in development and if we were novseen by the surveyor, but;which could J. SUnWard, 5 J. M. "Milieu, 1 without a large accession sobMnbers. .

J JHh, from Liverpool, which port she left on academy. And while so deserving in every ; have been seen by the hauler chopper be- Anderson & Co., John Boston, 2 j The'growing importance of Savaiual

-the 8th.jn t. moral and educational respect, we hope the required to await the natural growth of our fore being put in the water. E. Padelford, 5 J. H. Gunby. 1 as a commercial' !! centre,.'to'' the pUi ieT,4th
merchant iud indeed CfUlf'ali.
Nothing definite has transpired relative to internal wealth, and tbe pressure of local 4. That the size and length of every sMed A. C. Toms, 1 F. A. Tnpper 1 to all

Ube Eastern question but many.rumors are efforts of the principals may not be without exigency before establishing the means of a and square stick measured shall.be marked Brigham, Kelly & La Roche Bowne, 1 in this State' renders V .,it opnecemry for as

afloat. The Paris correspondent of the London a liberal; pecuniary reward. closer connection with the rest of the Slates upon Lbs same, a also all >defects ; and inmeasurement Co., 2 Scranton, JohnsonV to pffrr argument, why 'tbty. ibo I4L
Ti'm/jsays that the English and French We mean not to detract in the slightest of round logs the place of beginning Webster & Pal me! 2 & Co' l' L vail themselves of the means. thus 4i&r4
had informed Russia that the our progress would continue to be compara. be marked and S. 2 for obtaining the IaiCstaM most rtHaKe ii.elligence .
governments from another Female academy a few weeks on the raft shal Hull & King, 2 Solomons
time for modification. had passed, and that advertised tively slow. But tbe necessities of inter- such other marks made al shall enable the J. Rosseau, 1 W. T: Thompson, 1 from all quarters both'V .rtol
since in co.umnl.V
our e speakof and the mails.
they would maintain the integrity of Turkey. cdurse betwee tbe Atlantic! and Western seller or buyer to trace the measurement of S. Wilmot, 1 A. Low & Co. 2 graph ina41&\
The Sultan it is said has not jet signed the above, from a knowledge' derived demands the same. W. R. Symona 1 G. W. Garmany, 1 Remittances by'mail may be ,
sections of it Union multiplication '
rtfee declaration of war, but that the grand' from its long existence. We have not the e a 5. The sarreyor shall furnish a bi enu M-Pendergrast, '2 W. P. Clark, 1 risk of. the proprietor ');;

Council has'Toted in favor of war, leavingit pleasure of an acquaintance With the young of the channels of intercommunication meriting the size and length of stick N. B. Knapp, '2 Roberts & Forte, .2. .'.

: optional with the Executive when to commence ; and a transit road across the Peninsula to both buyer and seller if -equired. A. A. Solomons 2 E. F. %Vood&. Co j' I MARRIED, :
conducts the
who more recently opened At the CumberUaJ
lady Church in
hostilities. On the other hand the of Florida, must, from geographical 6. That a Surveyor General be selected, Jas. Sullivan, 1 Fort & Dunham, 2 Char1 8.
ttbe ,Paris correspondent of the London school ; but.have beard terms of warm commendation necessity be relied to furnish of who shall .eln his deputies, by- whomsuveysof J. VV. Morrell, 2 M. J. Solomon 1 C., on the evening of the 17th Instant,fcy UM

Times says in that paper of the 8th instant: expressed, in connection with it. upon one 10. and timber are to be made- T Telfair Long, 1 W. B. Hodgson, 5 Rer. WhiUfoord Smith, Mr. FRANK 6.
that intelligence had been received confirmatory "* f TW--_'tffCapU tbe convenient avenues for this intercourse. and in case any dispute arising between C. A; L. Lamar, 1 S. M. Lafiiteau, 1 HAIGHT, of New York, 'w>4' Mrs. SABJUi

of the report that the Sultan had signed .-c..7:3:4 Once constructed Florida, from being isolated parties his decision to he final. That.Thos. Aikin & Burns, 1 T. M. Turner, 1 ANN NARCISSA. HAIGHT h ,"of'ChaibsUfci. ;

the declaration of war on the 26th ult. This officer proceeded from Charleston in will become a central point in the Led with be such Surveyor General, and i i. Nevilt, Latbrop Claghorn & Can- On the 17th just, at St. 'Stepbta's Cbap; <

Another dispatch from Vienna say thaiTurkey the West on the 15th thoroughfare of trade and travel ; and a new requested to select deputies, a> many as be & Stebbins, 1 niiigham, 2 Charleston, by Key.. C. Wallace, Mr. TflAO.
Key steamer Sunday
had demanded that Russia should
think* properrom tbose now.holding appointments J; B. Hendrickson, 1 S. S. Sibley, 2 DEUS C. ANDREWS of FIorite.iu4.
within four weeks evacuate the Principalities. nst., to resume his post at Tampa. We stream of.population and wealth will swell a surveyors and who may be Henry Lathrop, ANNA MARIA DUKES of. CharJeiteL.

mentioned some months ago that the local tbe tide of our then rapid course to maturity. appointed by the Governor. & Co., 2 ..
> It is stated that France would send On the 21st inrt., at Fleming's laUnd,\jj.
thousand men to Constantinople, and that ten official conduct of Indian affairs by the Fortunately, this consummation may be 7.. That all logs and timber are to be surveyed And whereas, also on the 14th March, w. FriceiEzq: : ,;lIfr.JOSHUA D. O'HElfiy

entrusted enjoyed without diminishing! the importanceand and measured by such inspectors or 1853, it was, at a regular meeting of the '
the combined fleets would reach there on the General Government was again to tbe Surveyor and to be measured to 'MissilARY, JANE BRANTLEY, sfl .(

7th' instant.IllpsaKrihat. him; though be did not at that time assume value of other routes projected with a in accordance General foregoing resolutions. Board of Directors, bis county. ?

\ the Czar .expre *eed at 01. in person the discharge of tbe duties. We hew. to meet the sane. commercial necessity; 8. Parties above Pieolata, in event of the Ordered That an assessment of 20 percent V V .

nntz, an ardent desire for peace. learn that authority is in the hands of Cap for if all the routes proposed in this and regularly appointed deputies being inaccessible be male upou the stuck of this. COin- DIED,. .
The Paris Paine contradicts the rumor select pany payable on or before the first day On the 21st iiut., ia this place, GEORGE T,
that the Sultan bad declared war. Casey to make renewed efforts for the removal our sister States, were established, they to measure, may or others by, mutual. areement. June next. That 0. J. Chafes Esq. ,be. son of the UU GEORGE F. SX.JTT, v jti H
Cholera was destroying the Russian of the Indians, in which- parties would still be insufficient to answer tbe constantly are in re-survey accordance with the above authorized to receive the instalments from months and 2S days. ,.

troops on the Danube. will wish bio rery hearty success.f increasing demands of trade and in- resolutions. the Stockholders in Charleston H..R. Fort, V
V The Czar had ordered a new levy of tercourse. The overcrowded business of 9., Whereas serious losses occur to both Esq. in Savannah, and Gen. W. B..Ross in Arrivals$ 'at the Bnjfington flow*; ,,.-

roop'. Louis NAPOLEON had sent 18,000 We direct the attention of the reader parties by the difficulty of identifying Alligator, and deposit the same, subject to '
caen to reinforce the rmy at Rome. 'the the multiplied artificial ways terminating on in for prop the order of the Treasurer of Company.. October 21. \V Fraaet'FIa .
to announcement from tbe logs, tbe mutual benefit
we eny '
The ship An tie Jane for Quebec, was copy Lake Erie, is strongly illustrative of this And, .whereas, also, notice of said assessment ton J J Fioloj, FJa"- 'CaJlt Sawyer It SmGeo
Savannah Republican, of the reduction of w. request all persons getting logs to mark Olivex and 2 srU., ti W Cokura SC '-
wrecked on the 24th ult. off the Hebrides view : for tbe Gulf of Mexico is a more extensive their logs so'they identified. was regularly communicated to the FU OctoUrS. V

and three hundred individuals perished. the terms of that paper, and the renewed basin of supply thaiLIhe Lakes. 10. That we, canb andersigucd, owners and Savannah subscribers, as was. '.called ion Hon I H Bro11S01i FJa, A E Drake. U S Eat
V A great Rail Road accident had occurred efforts which its editors are making to extendits of from them,, "in common with the ,tubtcribert A ti Cole FlaVKCo1e,1ady&ehild Mr Harmon Juto.
near Dublin, Ireland whereby fourteen per. While then we laudably exert our energiesto managers! mils hereby mlluaIY'fleJgeoursfs at Jacksonville elsewhere" And,whereas \ -villa -. -*
subscription. Among mercantile men of' will
cksoarilla .M F Parks doCWDUIPhiIad's '
.sons were killed and fifty wounded. op"n.tbe avenue we propose .we may .tbt.we also,al! oftb 'said subscribers .xcept i"-
Savannah without distinction cause to or receive at our J II Barton do ",?,
MARTIN KOSZTA left Smyrna on the 234 party, the heartily wish success to all other similar mills, logs such are Andrew Low & Co., Thomas T. Long, Esq October 22. MUs Nearer,NY.
ulu board the Republican is a favorite while it is at any except a meauredand and John HI V have ;
on American Iarqne llimosa, great ; enterprises which the according to the above Gunbft Esq., wholly L W' Pant eaton V Oa&oberu wvW
accommodating reso
- for the UaiteJ States. Mr. BROWS saw him the same time a valuable chronicler of same lnr'e, neglected and refused to comply with the C Knight, G. T E Beckman, 'Jd-
: commercial want, will aid us .in drawing IUtIOII. of their said And whereas B A Hopkins GasonTill*' v
terms subscription : -
intelligence. The opportunity offered by .11. That the editors of the Geo Clinch,G& R AUaly. C -
The Hvn. P. SOULE reached Madrid. on its through our Southern section of the Union, and News be requested to publish Ruin also! ; the said subscribers are all nonresidents J 8 Frmiier Ga C W Williims. Its *
terms place within (be reach of all who "
Ihe 23d ult.CIICT. a sbare of the enriching stream of Western rn their respective journals. of this_State, and it is impossible H Wills Tallahassee Mr Gt4sden lilt _,'
are not supplied with a good newspaper ; enforce payment of said 'subscriptions. by C Byrne Fla Miss Edwards do" ..
without trouble and ex- L J Gilmartin G.' Mr Hairbt, NT
Wrxnrr Miss tbe
AKD occasion of process greater
possessing an object so
Equally fortunate it is that the track most r, \ <
of readers than the thereof would
Some the amounts
oar may forget curious esseiital to every man who desires to know I TATLOR. RICHARDSON & Co. pens warrant -
incidents In which the names of these par- what is in likely to be required by the general necessities PARSOii. & HOEG, although the Company, relying upon V SHIPPING LtST., MJ"'
going on the world .
t flourished about two years a?o. Mr."VVikofTs v of commerce, will.accomodate itself FllRBAKKS & Co. the good faith and integrity of the said subcscfibers .'

persecutions" of the lady from the Those interested will find .in our columns admirably to in* requirements of our local MNDERSON & Co., have incurred great expenses based PORT OF.. JACKSONVILLE.. : **
Quaker ;at Various ia said And whereas
city points in Europe- part upon subscriptions: -
his assiduous'offers of his hand and heart- to-day the proceedings of meeting of the convenience and development. For wb'iletbe KELLY McRoar, also, by the terms of .the,Charter.- stock ,., EHTERED. t'1DeL'

and his subsequent attempt to obtain her Mill proprietors on oar river. convenience of the northern portion of REED HARSELL& HOLMES& in1j; be forfeited for non-payment of instal- 21", Scbr BriJ Philadelphia Segnin,ubi1.,Tbompeoa1 Jamaica. BostonM -
: '
content to anion by, force. eventuate*, in The rapid; increase of mills on the St John's the G Jt will demand a terminus as near H. R. Alut.Co. m4Its< after due notice publication or circa Sept 23, Brig Moraney; (at Nataaa%mn,

V hit' sentence to a long imprisonment at has now made tbe lumber business the most tbe base of the Peninsular practicable the ,PALATES DLI SAW. VV ar, Ion two months which terms havebeen Oct 10. ,'Brig J alia Ann, do,-
Genoa. Some rumol'll'were' of late that V Abu ', duly complied with : Therefore be 4 Brie Angila, dLI'! *-J;
Miss G. bad become reconciled to, her perecator. prominent branch of industry. The exports intercourse with the southern portions of A. H. COLIC & it I -
.-The N. Y..:'Iralcf V tatbese reports'I of lumber will probably reach 50 millions that greatsu, will call for a terminus as The Eastern Question In L udsa. Ordered That the stock of the above 2I 23, Schr 8ehr Maria Lud\11'ig.FoesWoostur GreeD1aw.$esoV '

\ upon the most con. ; the value of ibis export alone will sula. It ,will thus be iajispensible, that However contrary:are the reports .by laeamvll tion of Andrew'Low & Co., Thomas 'T.Lonr Oct..20, Brig:Friendship Wilson N. r5V '

elusive evidence, to say that the newspaperreports of, the declaration, war by, and John H. be ** ." .,Brig Mareellae Norton,S.'v- .;'
probably reach nearly half a million of dol! while one fork of our road shall rest upon : Esq., Gunby Esq., V:
of.the restoration of the tntiate tor- Sultan, the following notice of'the receptionof arid the is declared be forfeited 22, Say Velocity, Knowlw BeI&oL25.
same hereby to
dial between Chevalier 'Wikoff and Miss:liar., and this mo'ney is the product of labor the excellent harbor of Cedar Key another the i intelligence in London shows the for non-payment of said instalment., cc U 8ehr Cicero $peed. Balt1Jaon. -,.

Camble,are.wholly without any foundation I alone, as tie original raw material in tbe must make its way to the .magnijiceut Bay great importance that is attached to the anuoancemenl '.Ordred Tbat the .Secretary.furnish a 12 BgMorssey.frornNsruJIl1fl.NTROLLOWAT'S -

iu fact; bat that oa the contrary it is the forest i i. but a small :item pne need only of/Tampa, in time to be extended to Cnar- : 0py of these proceedings to the Jacksonville PtLts en'I*fallible RtM fif

belief.of the injured party that.the a10retAidneWl'p.per look at the progress of affair about us lotte's harbour, if a suitable depot may be The London 'Morning Chronicle of the paper for publication: Liver Com/tanfe and Ditto** of tAt Sto-tI
reports owe their origin to a disappointment 4th> GEO. W Copy of a letter from Mr; Henry Wooi1f&lll.
fourth edition ,in. ; CALL
spirit of ..(. At all eventi; to realize tbat the present high price of found there., In looking to this double' termination October'pubisbeall convoked, t.: &c'y. Richmond dated 25th Mav: .18M.: ;'T.Fros$

we uCbeerfully. make the, labor mules land tbe of road sttes'tbalthDivn by lOt Holloway: nttx Sin.I. ideM we. rtJM1
t correction called lots increased number oar on the Gulf, I fed per the clared Lot-war, and that the Tribute of '
Sultn Respect.: 'years from a moat obstinate Liver Cusplt.1'
for,by-tbe facts of the"cue. The 'relations I of,vessels, steamboats and conveyances suaded the best interests of tbe company, of, against aiceof the four Powers t and although I tried various remedies *"***

between, the parties.are {became as upon to *ee_that all are mainly to be attributed to the State, and of general commerce, will be had signed and that hos. JSoiojcoM LODGE, No. 20, y. &A. M., I by the most eminent medi' tL_ .
the lodgment of our .Cherajif tia Maranee Jucasoevru.x FLA. !parts of the COQQ&ry.rea1 eoold ebLaioDsr4
had .'commenced. That t Ocr., 18* A.L.i 6833.
lt'ist Genoa.1' "* the active' and busy labor. of 'the Mills. alike prom t d. If you cacuri'this view,, London evening's i and in despair 1 bad recoamtoyearPiBit ;PI
V : Globe, the Ministerial, paper,, only tW7sereasThe great "Artificer of the UniTI 'thai I alq
is aeknowWgf
V [n consequence of the small aumber of it will! be. for you to de ide upon tbe' point, isssued, (five ,o'clock, P. M.) gives tbis'in- rse" baa for the first time since the rganiz have been tit means anderttTjaa PFOVMeOS.

The foil'returns of 'the late election nTeiu i I log inspectors, .and the difficulty, often of on the Gulf, to which the attention', of the formation, and states that although not in a lion of this Lodge, removed by Death of restoring me to .'state of good health -that V I

them also to be'first position! to confirm it, they do not doubt thestatement. brother member from our midst therefore be never could have anticipated.' > _2)
sum up.as J follows:, V : I procuring as the different Mills company ought. cteil I
The funds iti .
.For en'ernor.-Pue. I'.602. Ochiltree. and manner, ,of surveying. by different! surireyers But-gentlemen, although'confined'.by our which price'much- u.business hal"alin done.--tat __ 011 ,.lRmlwd.Tbat. we deeply.deplore: the lossWChV .'ritvii. LOTREWARD.-7b5. ''.a\o

24 8141.Cbawbers.Wood, 4,926; Erans465* .V ;, Dahby, hitherto,. it ,Was :.thought :j judicious charter to the country on this 'side of the 1 his is'the quotation 'at 2 o'clock! w that day. jQfir fraternity baa 'sustained in, the .1. ,acriber missed a Trek!_ or abort Plath de18th'

For; Li ut. .Gorernor.2,360' -Dicksoh, > r80 both for the:buver a seller. that some regular Suwannee River, or. what may be defined s'' Thia.telegraphic despatch'Cli d ari immediate dejceaseVVof brother.:GEORGK F. Sxirr,"and la one of of September the St. John's last, after river arrivinc steamers M II 055

Robert, .n,' C. 77; Henry 3.402*' 'Kirby, 4.; system should be adopted which should Peninsular Florida,the p'rop'er'J interests' of meeting of .Cabinet,'and wile we.would', not invade. the privacy; 'of a large black Trunk from IbW meraee 0 thres V.'

al; Good 709 V V -! hereafter''govern pal'ti.l.Oneacinr bur company extend 'beyond this.( it'- inuchappreension) amon the public. ., thiat pcrief.which werd. cannot.assuage, we feet long baring straps aerosa the top tad
1 r Courier hourly expected at Marseilles. bs g to assure bit bereaved:companion f. _lig lock. MG.. 0..1f&I painted so enae-
;ne'lotal..oci for the River Bill is 2.2 the a connection with western Florid 'I [It either stolen,oraccideaunylort. Itea
J2; : proceedings we. certainly. so important Constantinople 'and Turkey- 09. :*}mpathy 'and condolence and to're was
gainit the BiI16,866i for amendment of .generally tamed among. other tbingt'a .Masonle.*prbeantifaUy *,
Coflstitation, 5,604 against amendment: cannot, perceive.any thing objectionable n.or to the value of'the enterprise we quite tranquil. Nu hostilities.CABINET ./. 'V V commend her.to look to Him.'and to Him worked, with fringe-around:;all).
36. .' ;.- exclusive! ; on the..contrary:we should think are charged lo eondact, thaTwe einno't 'fail MEETING i New ND.,'Inpoa- 01 y.who can,administer comfort and con- a blaok salt af dotbet $85 to t Id, *piI&tI. sail
: :" thatit will .' to'e"tertalllOlic loUi : TAN ASPECT: or TH& TURKISH QUESTION. so lion ,in the dark hour of her distress!' a mat many articles t penoaal d". ,";*>'f
V "' : -} neet the approbation of all Concert i in favor of Tery
"t l pB M* t + con Tne E twined That L' Any IDton1Wioa "hieh may j.jid 0 the dlI o<
ministirsV London, token'oi ,
now in fraternal
CtojnvoorniB Carsni Pu& :isaarertieed cernedi.While. V V enterprise.< I :constituting our. of the aame, can be eommanieated to Jsast
that .*-!!. every. looking- :ari extension a'lnaJorIJyof the' cabl e 'm t.on' Monday, rej ard fur oar deceased brother,'tbe member O. Derail Palatka or tothesub.eriberVb *

closed in December the and Crystal Palace "Wilt\\\ be 'opon this abject we would remark westw rd.lroru''ourl eastern' improrementitowards i 3d inatVat the Forign'Office, and bud a long of this Lodge and all Masona'.within ',iu addresS will.b at Savannah for*%vml 05SkL'*

as by that tbVy mean 'it is I range'ibC labor 'and"' Peosacola l a i ; conference'oil condition of Eastern ju ldictioD, ,:will ,wearJbe ..usualbadga of ,V aAa I am apprehensive that IhkTtat WI:
the first of December, it is possible that lit-- ., ...' capital .; poihiVVipiIr. preparedby affiiu. The intelligence eD ) : me ruing, on the left for the or beeo pojwibly stolen,I will pay reward et Hr
which arm.
tie more than four weeks from hare nature as the mart for' \ was apace ftttte nT'
remain Ir.wiLting urneiphborngStste5 _not ,been a large share of the thi and TY DOLLARS for the afprebansioa
days Jhac the '
occasion of ty
the ewel
j | and fumi- "
the xhibition,:>nd.the ,New York journals more brought to t Ibe commerce of the mmelat m etinrwa ber er for proof to b"eon vicUoo. V ?-'
rapidly west
our tate.' If the great interior with that' &ptmbe(* week tan> of the Lodge be also clothed in mourn Get. 4tGEORGF_ ,

berefrirexalling. riiit Jt:.. tbas upon far the>es denr-all eitizena.lo -- proper.information could t be 'disseminated inGeorgia 'the. Mexican, :and Carribeau I' ...":: In: _this_. lat feUlrl the'Grinc 6th'a'CUQcd.boI'CQOIltlnl ,..''in&*for the like |Period of time.: :LANDFOR-SALE: : .
nearly the and Carolina hare view i 'it will be desire '. -V. lex>lved, TbZaVbankpagabef.ftj! in .
Tisitors.bare been .tra" ; The we no doubt my as) am, sore .it 'tajn"tea Tlrk our .
efl. stock isV ;)
-Mu at 69 ; but that planters of labor 'teams will be' t:"give p had re ;toe.Sultan I ,to j oat of Proceedings"on which the Secr* W E will off bUo u..cDeoe.wauli
r or 45 below par. Before the Gert. an4 your every pDUibteti$i make a declaration; of:war.f'.. tart shalL inscribe the n.m..g.&l d date of 'JaoboOYiU"0Il'Th1lrlb1 .

opening! it waaasLighs.a. 170.ThePostnasterof ., would) emigrate flP J1. Ceriaialyjbe! present inaividuallyiinaas a:company, 'to; the ef ? A letter f L1noziOctbir; ; 4tb;'erenmg -' decase pf depahedibrotaer *&' V : tbe-enata. Catoocl th. *JtHi e""of,.Lud Metsb'"1oa;' ''

Cb ift and prospective want of-?tabor. on, this forts'of V )thostjol l ar, : .fellpw :
ton, who bat river alone,would! offer'a sure jod profitableinmtmtnf tinder otherorgaifizatlon. propose 4 : to_ sup-, had declared war.against Russia;tbe'"Solt 'p4 jesolution* benforvwitd.,loirthe clock's BJaff, eontainiBgadl $two batlrtll."
iff&StdV 9(\PoaiCMiee.; adopts : .44 A,cabinet council is Id tit c9pan,4upt oaKdeeeaaedl! broWir also at d-on'th- :ea tiid or &J.ba" !4wu.:
io.any'MdtirtHanlvpulil ..come.We ply fa whole l or m, part, th(aeant. of suchconnection. : today.orifnot : ; m abort three!:mllea*Qai w)iar *nav-o"' "- i"eea'
the ,
tb.1QUotriDr'ml'lilleDtarl., WbUVlljbelfliitister*: hare co4'the ceofThj: nday.lafronl *
to the, hope)to'U able Repub- the,V>we of tea and two 'eIOC5
.PrMiderat to lay before our readers ;, London JUwnorrovr.and re /wop with.& 'ba *'
: V V : I the. question request the publish ',the ;of the Coart Hou 4' Ter* ,
I V j bf.ffi 4 17i15i t.er'Ha1.4tuiiu In :'the; wrirsY of ; Hboft';time; 'same' 'ftjflli"ot escape';:your".obse'rva; : )ori V "thatimong tiT.''intfrferrneC}, will ;Jbe'['dilu.i., 'Tbtresignation sau (r.js: 't. .J known t*atht-ttoa.- .f salt;; -- '--0' --.*;: *

rve tewad 01111'iI..&riVo DO aaoftJ.r; definite cI.t'mjwrtanX'Information*;%.&' *. toe ra" ],iahie! fruiu,! enterprize, ot;Lord A .Ii me, :tsrnaJly''QbmiU .- : J. f '- B.ft JACOB: PUTNAM w.ALb, "&G.\"wOc&w"'I ,- '
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. ,&SX&SffS3SS suet...* darinj; $|i "eti;..endinf ;Saturdayymocn.ng ; important resource *of OUfJtate'i.net ".' graiified to lean, that be hu will:be ? ae foregoingPreambleattd" Rtsolatloa : IIO ( M (
recovered Iron lO'tIi.-.a.S'
tVe' ; "( -e .& f
oats,\ Wiring reflttiretaenif of oiif ioflaeit .Ho rUn&nu1nOUlJ adopted,al a,regular com, :,Skfiata "
CtJeJ1; 1. b,.-e! be J,ftI. ) thelStb, "wa* 1 a 4, iocJodlng. from Yellow -i V V: i W terete bodily fcffljctioqCwhichCcompelled mQ ication. .of $ !loIDOQ;Lodge No 2OOiI ""I ,
.,.'' tra44oLngthts t ,t,if YjliJti himtoreliuqtiisti the command of t : ,., ..*4. ..f..r.aa.rial
jjg. jjf ,*T?*i r.*. r '"*p 1'* Fern. rand 18 from Iik owtiiiQ.. ; .bt.( 11 b. Tfowg_ ; of the: 19th inst4 .-'r 4v C Itr
Al'fUlemeAy'a" makinjf In New York V Si i ;.:f.j.nL .,tv *.-'iII IUll th. wblr. P 4hDI. ar.!!.Stt :wa all! ,i er (of torn. tnbhtot'!pa etraw 1 ;;. ; TkIoD0L4sw.y1Vf ; .. .1. _

to.ifr'Joe; ; 'MrrcntOqitt1.11 Irish" r.riot( t. S4vl t'lr nrtheJsuEzp' 4it4o7t4iqO1 dobeeefltVtoour uIghbor.4Foraltbough V ,V i erid ol"t."Ci/ ta."e" 'cfit., J- !l : < : .
anappropritte. reception. irflifrarriral'id. ) \ tl'
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tI"XanN.p.aaa'B&1est1cs.W : ";f "'TBE Stismor ST J01tN 1-M ; .
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take pleasure la calling th* attention 1 : >_. '': Faanno&ii'wm make_a?trip 't..r{:_ ."
of Planters to our very extensive -d STIdh.t4 ,iof > I: sMBBBi'SVAagBtftine,on Sunday atora- .1 J _rY '----' -- 'p

Stock of:Woctlt. and Itaaeific. Goads; : ,Il >. ins th th-lnW,an* War';ta* *jn*&day for : I. :
a'MeMnze Savannah,tonchiog at St.Mary* Braaswiea. fid
||*ay of widen wo pamhased before the peat ?.4 8pMter ,t. .mb r tn Darien.. -fot o _. .
advaaee Ia wool and wffl therefor ell them oor- Ocrral Cota.t7i": '. '4. ---1 .
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I1 .r' 4 A CAEU' ,
71pmdIIg17 ; consisting
May be ben .
1oand w. :
I services ar Jmlr.d
Forty"bale*Brrwn London Duffiland ColoredJBlankets. ; I 1D'l11 at.tho aWicaD offee.Z1EHBOURS ,OD Mm"C..AiroKXirinfornu the Ladies of Jaek- -., I U. rO'.*.%,
Wet Twilled
Fifty Keney; Jane 10' &aa and vicinity that rite is now ready '- -
T 7d. Black Ido 'do'nlrtJ and prepared 4o teach Piano and Vocal Mash at ,

do.Brawn Domestic Goods the.house formerly belonging to Air. Thomas 3' :..
Twenty-art bale Striped White OsnabergsTR Jone, Explanation of terms win be giren upon
do PlaiD Red Flannel; NOTABY application.'j ., : -- ,
Fin do TwilTddo' do PUBLIC ksonrffle,.October 18th.1853 ,'U 5.oct OW rS':' L

Ffteea do Skirting Stripe; JACKSONVIL1 Eo FLA. '- _, .f -" '. L'NTNAORDTAT
Tea do' Shely' Georgia Flab; -. .
Tallorin -
Fifteen Cae Louisiana and Marlboro Stripes & | "
.Plain* F. C. BARRETT frUIOMAS ANDREU well known to be ex- I 'C7KC ''J.CII'. i&1Iir. .
Fin *; S perieneed in Cutting and Making informs
-trjr Public
FIT do Satinet and Kentucky Jeans; !the eititens Jacksonville and this vicinity that Or. THE. .SLOGS.HEAD. ._. >7
Fin do Scotch and Domestic Ginghams; Commissioner. for..takingtnent .Aek.1edr. be baa taken the bouse formerly belonging to Mr ., -
Thirty do BleaeheJ Sheeting and Shirting r needs Thomas Jones when be is now ready to receive --.--
Twmty do English dozen Negro Gape the States of, all suits or garments to be fitted and made EVM. itJt1r.I.i
Fifty 1It/d'Jl
x>n vrn, near ,
One hundred Pieces Carpeting; HEW YORK AKD PEKNSTXTAHIA.Jacksonville. in as neat a style as at any. other'place in the. .n_ *
One hundred and Fifty ling and Mats; Florida. O t.l4-tf United State '> mh : To Professor UOLLOWATI ,. .

Two Hundred Carpet Bags; ft>CaUiag.- repairing, and cleaning will be 1 SIR 1 avail myself e the first ppwUafiy of
Three hundred Negro Head Handkerchief*; F. Waver & Co. done at the shortest notice. ..aLC.T-" ::.' informing'yao.that for a very sag ported i wo*

'One thousand dozen Woollen.and Cotton Ho- Conamlsslon and Forwarding Kerchanta Jacksonville Octobefl8thJS53. 'y'nval. II' affihrted with a dangerou*giddiness ned ftiunl
winning in the Laid attended by lem***>
8W1.' and. Merchants Visiting Savannah AKD ; .. J JPTUiE .PROPRIETOR of this well known liou. Usleawd to aonomco to his old Friends and petite dunrdemt ",stomach and Ca ra&.tsa ."

JTanters the Winter'WiUlind it to their interest to Dealers in Groceries Provisions, Choice Wines : t kJL. Patrons,and those visiting the "Sunny South"for Health or Pleasure,that his House ha \paired hfahh Every mean had failed to .j.Joo
daring Stock to Liquors and Seara,Paints Oils,Drugs to.& Subscriber has taken the Store formerly'Jo. undergone a thorough renovation and has been well.fitted op to suit the ..ra.ti41io. tumor BO any pefwancot relief and at length U. '
disposed .
we are
look through oar as
Messrs. Fernandes Bisbee Ji another addition to the Building and having most of hi Room
cost. for CASH only. novlS occupied by made furnished with new Fum. so alarming that I Wa reaDy afraid of
.aell at a small ad ranee on BURNS. Bay Street, Jacksonville, E. Fla. Co.,where be will be pleased to ceo hit friends tare entire. -, '_ about witboBt an attendant .tathi-.-:
o27 and customers. Having visited the North very recently for the purposeof ascertaining from personal observation eoaditiCIIIlwa1tec1.ieyotsflypsaM.U" -'

i- S. WILLIAMS oet.kh S. N. WILLIAMS.. the mean best adapted to the comfort and convenience of Traveller and invalids from that Chemist,ilarleeb.fo tM'WPSUS ."ne"bimas
Hew Fall! and Winter Goods. section of the country,!feel fully prepared to give assurance to. thow who visit my House, that towIaatl ha4bstkrd..Hekiaee '

Oommission &Forwarding BLerch't JUST received by S. N.WILLIAMS they will meet with every attention and accommodation which can be reasonably expected* commended ycur rilw.: I tried these wi.od.

ROBIN50N CAMP,. sacks. 94 lbs each, of The Proprietor has also secured-the services of a Lady of long standing and reputation as a i lay and after taking them for a short lime I "- ,

Jacksonville..Kla. Georgia Floor, from the Atlanta Houaekee per.. ,He will spare no pains to make his House one of th* best u Florida,and hope*, :aw happy U, bear.t_ .. toe .thee wovdarfuleffle.ej .'
Draper! and Tailors, and Dealer in Fine Mills an excellent article. by keeping a good House and giving his personal attention to Business, to merit and receive the ; I am ,II8W restored to perfcet fcoaM. f ,

Ready-made Clothing Alee 10 bit Hiram Smith's; patronage of the Public He respectfully solicits a call from ni.friends and traveller generally. and enabled to resume my usual daUea, T* *f* i'

and their stock of JAS. LIVINGSTON, Also 10 bis& oct 20. CO-Alaree and extensive Livery Stable is attached to the House. at liberty te publish this.ktur ia any,wv j**> .-
BOW receiving opening Western Stage leave. the House soon after the arrival of the Boat. ARE Irh think ,
may proper.
and Pinter Goods consisting part Forwarding & Commission Herch't.DEALER f
I For MUEL.BUFrJNGTOSt PTOpr:or. ..Iam..lJr..y.obedient cervaaL -
.f black and fancy colored French and English Sale or Hent. -
and American Cashmeres IN DRY GOODS,PROVISIONS, October 15tb.l853.6m (Signed) JOH LLOTTX
Cloths;.French, English &.C. &. etcJacksonville., P1COLATA:HOUSE, one of the best ,J. 6th Ajfiixiaicvtnrs .
of all grades and colors; Vesting of THE
Silks, Satins, Cashmeres Cut Velvet and r.m- Fla.L. in the State for a Boarding 0.J. CHA FEE, ). W. STAMAND, THOS. H. CROFT. ccit '
House,and where by attention to business a for- orvnnnr.
broidered Patterns; OvercoMing do euch as fine B. tune may be realised in a few years. CIAFEE SrAMMB & CROFT Extract of a 1.eterfrom' Edward Rofftf
English Bearers Norway Esquimaux or AMKRMAN
For terms apply to B. E. CAKR St. Angus-
Double-nded fine Kerseys and Pilot'ot.ho. AHf Ell ttf I dn Walk,Tooogo doled Apri8i

which will be made and trimmed in our usual Dealer in Dry Goods Ready-made tine Jacksonville or A. M.,REED October Jacksonville.19th 1833. 2 No. 79 East Bay, opposite Fitzsimmons' Wharf 1852 '

styli and at the shortest notice. Clothing Gentlemen's Wardrobe To l'ro.re*or HOLLUWAT:
Oar ready-made Clothing is manufactured by 4iIIAItEESTON So C. DEAR SIR: ldeewliadtstyiewstayes-saI
one of the first houses in Broadway, New York, articles Fancy Goods &c., Notice- Jacksonville.-- and- Alligator the Public at Urge U iuforni yo of a ndseirp.eulons -

and comprises all that is fine and fashionable. Flank: Road. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign LRXON STRUT 'in. half pipex quarter easks recovery: from, that dreadful dteaoa*. '

k We have oar usual large supply of Furnishing Jacksonville, Fla. n / to thirty able-bodied HANDS WANT- and Domestic Wines Cordials. barrels kegs,and ia boxes of one dozen each. Dcorar.and .we..1I1Ider'tied wa efteettd by
Goods on band. Every thing requisite for a WU ED.-Notice is hereby given to all Liquors, Jamaica lame J Juice do do do do.' your invalaable Pills. ,.1 was tapped,iv Uane-
Gentleman's Wardrobe together with Trunks JAmES EAN iiI! Stockholders in this Company who may proposeto egars 'Tobacco &c., and Manufacturers Sardines in whole,half and quarter boxe within eight months and skilfully treated by,.

Valises and Carpet Bags. Also lndi rubber furnish labor and materials for the construction of Lemon Syrup of superior qualily. Lobsters}Mackerel Salmon and. Clams ia 1 medical praetionen but could not get eared sm--

Goods such as Coats Cloaks Pondio't Leggin KEEPS constantly of- on hand a general as of the same tBat by the terms of the charter they Keep emlJiaatl,'on hand an'tztttllll" tupffy e&U t.ers. ioU I had recourse to your remedy and aetwtth.

and Capes. All of which we offer as low and on have a preference and that the subscriber is now the fnUowi.* article, which they are preparedto East India Preserved. Ginger in boxes of 9 standing all 1 had a.dergoae..tII airaeulai
terms they can be bad elsewhere. Family Groceries and Provisions each medicine c1u..I..t in the coarse of six.,
as good as ready to contract for the same. tell to City and Country. Mci chants. on their.. jars i
t&-Gaudrift Buildings, not to PulasiiHoute. Of which he is alwtys receiving fresh supplies. THUS. LEDWITH Html liberal terms French Cherries in Brandy, in boxes of 1 dez. J (Signed). DWALW1WWLEY., .

o27-m ALSO, October 15th 1353. 1m Superintendent. COGNAC BaUDy.-J.J. Dnpur J- J-Roosee each. HirALUBLC CCRE or A STOJUCHi cOMPLAINT,,
Fruit in Brandy'in boxes of 1 dozen each -
Numerous Articles of Household Furniture, Jacksonville and Alligator Flank Pinet,Castillon & Co., J. Hennesy, P. II. Go- assorted. i WITH lSDICt.'TIoa .AND TtOLOT MUD.ACHEs. .

Watches Jewelry Silver and Building Fixtures, $c. dard t Co.. Leger Freres, Otard Dupuy tt Co., Do do in their own juic*, do do. [ ;, ':. -'" .

GLif Silver Plated Ware. Customers are respectfully invited to call. Road. J. & F, Martel, and other choice brands in Pie Fruit. ,do do.- Extract of a Letterfrom'Jto.-

fTYHE Subecriberbas on hand and is constantly ft>Store on Bay street opposite Dr. Byrne's NOTICE U herebp given to aH subscribers of half 1 pipes dos. ,each.AJlEIUCAJil quarter. and eighth casks and in boxes Stuart'. and Lovering. Steam Refined Sugar Chemist of CliflM near".Bristol-, dgitio .
JL receiving from the best and most respectable a.i1dillp-tG: jn2 not paid their first instalmentsthat BRANDT-4th proof, in imitation July 14t1.185l"- .
Do Loaf in boxes and half boxes of 16 leave '
manufacturers in the country rich IsUA- suits will be immediately instituted againstthem 'renehin hall pipes quarter and eighth casks. each. [* Professor UoLLOWiTi 1'

WIND BUBi>pEARL, and other Jewelry For Sale. for the aame.GEO. Do do 1st proof, barrels. Do Crashed,in barrels.Do OUt Sis 1 am requested by a lady UIIIIIt
and Sterling SILVER WAKE; such as Table. W. CALL. HOLLAND Gin-Pine Apple Anchor Cologneand Ground in barreL Thomas,just arrived from the West ..to.
or Pulverized
Dessert aod Teaspoons and Forks; Silver Plates Valuable Sugar and Cotton October 15,1853. 1m_Secretary. Clover Leaf Brands. Do Steam RefineV Candy, in boxes of 43 Ib*. aMuaial you that for a period of eight years htfreelf -
and Waiters;Tea Sets,Castors Cops and Saucers. No.4.BYRNE'S WUISUT-lriab and Scotch. eaehJ and family anferedfrosa frotaeuntinaedbad .

Goblets Tumblers Pap Boats Soup and Land in Florida. Do Monongahela,1st and 2d quality. Almonds best Bordeaux and .Manefflea- soft arising from disorders'of the liver aad*taasjeaindigestioa ..-

Sauce Ladles; Pie Ice Cream Cake and Fruit mIlE undersigned offers the following Vat Do O"Mara. Pittsburg.She."*and and hard shell. q low of appetite violent he -,. : ,

Knives; solid Silver Desert, Pickle, and Batter JL nable Property for sale vii : BUILDING, Bourbon. Castile Soap of superior* quality:la box** of pain in the side weakness and general.1.
Knives; Napkin Rings Salt Cellars, and Fruit His SUGAR PLAN 1ATION. known as St. DA"-liTJlEET. JACKSONVILLE. Do Baltimore, Western Rye and New about 25 Ibs.each. for which she cosjsulted the most eminent mm ia

.. Josephs situated in St. Johns county, at the Orleans rectified. Soap Jackson's No.1.CorkzVeIvetWine the colony, without any beneficial result; at Us
Silver Plated Spcons.._Forks and Ladles; head of Matansas River in Graham Swamp, IS now receiving a large,new, and elegant assortment Rex-Old Jamaica St. Croix,.New Orleans in bale*,and bag 'of 7 abe bad recourse to pour JuTaIsabli Pills whisk
Cake Baskets, Castors Waiters SnnSers and, containing 1300 acres, of which about 800 are of of Fall and Winter DRY GOODS. and New England. each. ift a very abort tias ,Iree&ed. great ehaago

Trays.- rich loam.tased on marl: 500 are well cleared. of the most fashionable and latest styles em- PEACH BRANDT-Old North Carolina and Vir gross Do common Bottle;bags 7 ". for the better;that she continued.them and sW .'
Ivory Balance Handle Knives and Silver Plated thoroughly ditched and at present under culti bracing every description and variety of Stapleand ginia.Appii. ,Jog and Tap 5 gross.Do .4. wkole family were restored bealthandtTOfC&

on Ste-1,Table and Desert Knives. ration; about 5)acres of well re-snpplied and Fancy Articles. Bu.NDy-New Jersey and North Caro .Do Velvet Demgobn;" 4&Dd5po f'lII'th"r.she desires me to say. that .

Twenty-one Day Marble Mantle-clocks plant cane. Centrally located on the plantation ALSO, lina. Vinegar'White Wine ia cask ewed their extraordinary virtue in aIMr..irJal.t
.and Common Brass Clocks of every description. is a superior Steam Lngine,with Sugar mill and Groceries,Liquors,Wines,Glass and Crockery CORDIALS-Noyeau. Perfect Love Annisett, Do, Cider or A pple.in barrels quarter, plants incidental. .children; '
Gold and Silver Lever and Lepine Watches complete Sugar works capable of manufacturing Hardware and a very urge and complete assortment Rose Cinnamon and Peppermint. SEOARS-A large assortment of Rio Hondo, case of meaale and eearietinahaving affsotoC .r .
fine enamelled Hunting W at.chelt.Gold and SilTr 10 to 15 hhd per day and saw mill attached of Ladies', Gents and Children1* Shoes WINES-Madeira,Newton Gordon Cossart Consolacion Filantropa Washington, and other positive cure of those diseases with. no KlIert..

Watch Chains Seals, and Keys, Gold and running two single saw Also, finely situatedon Hats Cads, and Baskets kc, fcc For sale low Co., Leacock and Jardine, in J and |casks. choice brands of direct i DpCrta .. Also Flo- eJy. ( Signed) 'S-GO WEN. ..
Silver Thimbles Gold and Silver Spectacles pine land and commanding view of the whole for Cash only, by J. M. CL1ELAMD Port Page's, Key and other choice brands.Sherry ridas Havana Cheroot and Cuba Sixes.

Rogers Fine Pocket Cutlery Kazors and Kasor plantation a comfortable two story and attic oct 13 ,pale Daff Gordon& Co.,Benitaa and TOBACCO-P.' Robinson's 'celebrated Honey "Hiae celebrated Pills art smdsrfijRy 4.

Strops, Card Cases Port Monaies, Jus. name dwelling house, containing ten rooms and other choice brands. -' u, I Dew, 4 Ib.plugs in whole and half boxes of 100Ibs. cio. in following comptaiatf.
Particular attention win be given to Repairing necessary out buildi p. The works and buildings New Goods! New Goods! Do do Brown do do. : .each. Ages Drupay 1t 1 -mnt_fro j

.of Watches Clocks and Jewelry.I are all in complete order for immediate Do Teneriffe, Ventoso's London Particular Do Rough and Ready,ia.kegs of about 100 Asthma Dysentery Jaundio .
am also prepared to manufacture any Dia- occupation. Also a fine stock of several hundred JUST received by steamer. a rich and well Cargo do. I Ibs,each. ?* Bilkws eoaplt..Erysipelas' Liver oonpTl* '.

: mood Ruby, Opal Emerald or any other pre- head mixed Darhams and common breeds of Stock of Domestic and Fancy Dry Do Sicily Madeira, quarter casks.. Do Word's PremiumTobacco-- in 5'*,8**,and Blotche.oaakin Female irrega- LuBbago
.eions Stone or Relic into Rings or Pins, having cattle and a stock of about 80 full breed West Goods- Ready-made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Do Malaga,dry and sweet ia 4 and i cask. I.Ib. & laritie Fevers-ofatt .iF .

tin my employ the finest workman in the United India Sheep which will be sold with the plantation Hat. &tc. LONDON PORTER-Byass'quarts and pints. I Do El Dorado in box.40 to 45 Ibs. each reIJG filM r kind* .
The Friends and Patrons of the Subscriber
if are Do Scotch and East India Ale quarts t pint. Rheumatism .
Jfcutes. desired or separately. I And a variety of other brands,ia 5's,8',and Conotipatiom.Retention
.My price are as low, and terms as favorable, S ALSO. solicited to call and examine his present Stock CHACTAONE CIDER-Boxes,one dozen each. i. lb.ping- Goat I of of the 1ao1r

attt any other establishment in the State. The tract known as "St. Ann," containing consisting in part of- Do do Casks three and six dozen each. Smoking Tobacco.Ia boxes of 5 and 8 dozen Consumption the Urine Headache
675 of Small fig'd Prints or Gingham';M.de Lames WINS BITTERS-Boxes,one dozen each and on ladigeotioa
G.M GR1FFEN, acres,mostly high heavy hammock and 4 and 8 os.paper Scrofula or Debility
Successor to the late M. Eastman. prairie, having a rich.soil from thee to six feet Alpaceas Chameleon Mohair Lustre.Persian;Cloths Brocade Alpaccas, draught. Wine Bottles French and German Patent,in ..King'*Evfl SoreThvoat .StoalcGjwrol
Lustres English
in depth,based on marl. Cordials assorted, do do. hamper,on* gross ench.Flasks3nartapiuts. Secondary Symp-Tie Douloureux Tumour
02718m rinoes Paramatta all wool Thin I .
.. ALSO, Cloths ; andFig'd Claret Wine, do do. and half pints. I turns Uleea VnrealAfl ...
The two tracts known respectively as "MalaCompra" M. de Lames black and colored-Silks, Madeira do do.. Demijohn V-l.2,3,4, and 5 gallons." I Worms of aU Weakness, tioat'

A CAllD.ftmE and "Bella Vests," adjoining each plain and embroidered Cashmere Shawls,Hosiery Port do do. v Candle*-Sperm,Pearl and Adamantine.. I kind. front whatever cam*,*v ..

undersigned,having disposed of his Stock other,and being at the head and on the East Gloves, Laces, Dress Trimmings Bonnets Ribbons Sherry do do. Pickles and Sauces. Sold at the ea&abl baD of Roflwor H0o-

JL Methandiie to CoL H.Tu Ajins, would aide Matanca River and containing in all very rich Gaitors Bootees, Slippers, Champagne in baskets,one dosen each, quarts TEAS Hyson, Imperial and Black. way.244 Strand (lIeU Temple Bar.) London,
IleUm his thanks to the many kind friends whom 1173 acre The Southern half of Mala Compra, French Ties Wear.A Children's. Shoes of all kinds, Gontiemen's and pints-Flag, Heidseick Boache Calhoun II jan 5-1; and by aU vender Medicines*throoghoat the

the numbered among his customers for their lib..etpatr.nae which is heavy hammock and St. Ann, lie andotherbrsnds. United State,in brae at 37|r,87ewad$2 IG.
;and would add that it is his pur- immediately contiguous to St. Josephs and very rich assortment of ready-made Coats, The above comprise some of the finest Wine each. Wholesale by &beDrar..

4>OM i to continue the Mission Business, together might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus Pants,VeBta. Hats Boots Shoes. and ooteel. imported. ia the Union and by Mew A.JJ.Jt D. Saoda
Shirts,Collar,Cravats Scarts, Ties, Stocks te. .
with the Shipment of Lumber and Timber forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards tIlew York
leaving formed a connection with Steam Saw of 2013 The balance Boys Clothing good assortment on hand. Female Institute. ..
acres. of these two and New Goods! ,New Goods I Jacksonville There i* a considerable savIng Dy taking
MstlCMBpany.: tracts U of Lave Oak hammock based on closely Negro Clothing Clothyery cheap. the lise -
U*has Teeerred spacious wharf and Ware- concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture Please call and examine Goods and Prices. mH Undersigned is now receiving Us Fall MISS- P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW, _N.larger.-DirMtwoe lor thogjddaneooTpataoio)

Iheuse R..m.ad will receive and forward Goods ,and of the first quality for Sea Island Cotton Sold for cash- only. JL Stock of Goods-consisting of ASSOCIATE PRINCIPALS.fTTtHE in every disorder are affixed to each boL' .
-and Cotton,nuking the usual advances. and Tobacco They might be easily brought L. B. AMERMAN. Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Studies of this institution will be resumed For Bale in'J cksonviB by T. MciULLANrApothecary

J.H.McRORY.JR.13th. under cultivation having been in tarp passed September 22. Groceries, SaJdlery JL:, on the First Monday of October next. HalL -

"J.uUOf1'JLlS. & .1853. cultivated in Cotton of which the yield was Hardware and Hals and Caps Term of the institution according' to studies j ; -

$.50 REWARD! frequently one bale ginned cotton to the acre. IOft SALE.-The nnders'igned offers for Cutlery Crockery Glass and inisued.The English branches from f4 to$3 ,:'
There is
on the place a large number of sweet )) Josiah Ash erst
Stop XliM! Stop Thief orange pomegranate, fig lemon and peach .12 sale one or two good PIANOS, from one Wines & Liquors, Stone Ware French and Ornamental branches extra. oct. ,.

inst. tree, and an extensive soar orange grove all ot the best Manufacturers at the North. Bagging & Twine, Wood& WillowWare, N. B. Lesson in French will be'given by Mr*. VKTILL keep constantly &kaad' MedleTV *
'JAIL on the night of the 10th They can be Been and tested upon applicationto for tae-eun of al CbnoM Diasase. Ne
BROKK of which with proper attention,can be easily &c. &c. Tin Waie. Marlow at the Institute to Pupils not attending
Manning who was committed for Mrs. House. ,
me, at Taylor's Boarding Terns. branches. barge made for exanrinationo icoaeilptleB;
restored to their condition.All >*English
theft. Said Manning is about 5 ieet 2 or S inches once promising will also be then made known. : Comprising a eomp'ete Stock selected carefully .tI' and what II of most larpertsaee.n* charge.l.lbs
of the .
above .
high,fair complected, blue eyes and a flat nose tract are situated betweenone SeptS A. OCHU8. for this Market. He ha also just received per s.pt.g.1 made for failures a* they are dear.-** ,tf
mile from the _
opposed to fcave J eeu caused by a blow has or ocean, of healthy brig Allaretti a large.lot of FURNITURE Among hi.MedicInes.wiU be J'Maa4--'
BEHTUCKY191111317 price
!Ijcfat hair and between 30 and 35 j ears of age. the location of and St.in convenient communication with To CIRCULAR SAW Hill Owners.I which together with his entire Stock he natters ._ Institute Compound Toni Pill*; ..
The above reward will be paid for his apprehen City Augustine being about thirty himself will give satisfaction to purchasers in by a Board of Visitors appoint Antifebrile or Antibaiomf Pahj .' .
miles to the South, by land, and about the DIRECTED .
aioa and delivery U ne at Jaekaonrille. quality and pnee.. State is under the sopennten- Pile Ointment :.
EXPECT to be in Jacksonville in ;
the Matansas
distance River.
GEO. H.SMITH, heri.B oy waters by health a Call and see. at the Store by tha.CHARLEsroa. deuce of CoL R.T.P. ALLEN a distinguished Geoor7baIa SPtbeTMILtYS-IO OIfolbw,
S.W. BARRIUC-TOX, Deputy SheriL.cb&r1eaion ALSO, ( permitting.) when I shall be STEAMER'S ''. : 3R Graduate of West Point and a practical Engi- failure;no Balaams or usual wmedka.: '.
Courier and Savannah Morning The tract known a* "New Hope," lying 16 prepared to pat in order, and give instruction the of these SAWS
How copy sad send bIlls to this Office, oct 13 mile by water North of St. Augustine and between management ,under special- study is that-usuallytought in the best colleges Medieima- curs*warranted. v
I will with
contract. warrant them to eat 18-
the North river and Guana creek both Boot and Shoe Maker.. with the addition of an extended course of Matbmatics Address aU eoamoRrieatioas to Dr.Josiah Asfc-
PLANTATION ; navagable for large boats. It contains 673 acre horse power from five thousand to eight thousandfeet Natural Science. and Theoretic and ant Jacksonville East Florida.poeUgepaidi .
I of hammock and pine land and i well situated per 12 boors according to the convenience UNDERSIGNED desires to inform Practical I Uaandbot
FOR Engineering. nrtiIl -
M AI.ETbe Plantation owned and or please caD and examine r
"1* formerly occupied by the late Col...:H. and-s4npt for Sea Island cotton and stock of the Mill.to cut Contracts eight thousand made feet for Mills per day and if warranted put rtTHE Public Gentlemen'that be is Boot prepared Bootee to make, and to The buildings'of the Institute have been en- I I ferred to tentlemeu. March I7-4f
rely refitted aad made heating
"TMelNTOSH arrangements
,situated on the St.John'i'ri."Sr. raiaing.A up by myself. AL LOWJ, '' Sheet.and them with steam, which will render the Institute
about fifteen mile above Jacksonville East
Florida about hundred, .moo acre of unimproved landat'Salt Spring," for other kinds of MilL and Machinery in gene employed afirstrate Workman he pledges him. entirely unequalled in regard to health convenience CLINCH :BOUSE
twenty-feven ral. references information in the I
ainf hundred of which and at the north end of Lake George on the St. Any or given self to give satisfaction to all who may favor him ,and agreeableness of residence it i* already It",' )
sores ,
Bear are open mean time, by addressing me at Columbus Geor- J. TEMPLE
with their custom. SUBSCRIBER
John river,immediately west Drayton Island. ia thoroughness of instruction- strict- THE
were cultivated with by him. and the .
aueeeo* re-
'. **" Bay street near the comer of .&St., II
*"_.o\K t*ijnj ff"mmwmnfjr and pine land' It Tho track embrace. "Salt Spring. and ,& ,SAMUEL HEYS aes of government. Nb&vthrTee.tI1 opene .
is Spring creek." which nearly equally divides it ip8-6m .Jacksonville. The seventh annual torn commenced OB the .BOlIN w aJ4. '
eiglblysiuatedaadcapebteofabigb degree for & Co.
ito whole and from Agent George Page eond,Monday September 1953., Entire k efthre ,
of e .. The building are in good order through length, is navigable 1853. 18 Baltimore. Bricks Bricks. licit patr Ag
eoasUUng of a comfortable Dwelling fee.,anSI the river for boats of lhre or four feet draught. August ; barge $100 per emi-annuaT session.. (". at this tilDe some note-six rooms umos11.. .,
and convenient houses adapted to all The land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the first 'Northern Brick of the best M$2 extra) payable in advance.. ."rater UJe.mam with five******''*** "JS*.

Scions *of a long staple cotton plantation quality entirely free,from Palmetto of any kind Dr. & Upham'a Vegetable O UUIMf quality just. reeeivecl for Address the Superintendent, at' *Military Institute ia within one hundred aisd ffty yards of -

f Wher with grinding house and mill and a and thought to be good cotton land together with isle by. A. M.Kr.EJJ.eptS ,Franklin county, Kentucky,"or the an-, ._. Tho ado -. .
l > iegse&. and boilers,'which are capable of some considerable bodies of cabbage and lire Pile 'E!ecf ary. de rsigned. fee Gen.Seofti lour horn Coach a4 ,. kern,. '- :

\**** J9tt from fifty to one.hundred hogsheads oak hammock and prairie contiguous to the creek. A certain Cure for files cither Internal GARDEN SEEDS ., or DUDLEY, HaekMal11i.'b..riAcforOeala.Ua d -:':. -,1,
of Pinota The location also embrace facilities fur constructing President of the.Board. tJ. F I'ftlrt1MrJl&f' aptly ous.
AiM thousand acrtf
agar. '
ft ,
eight -
one of the largest and most water or EstcrnalflleedingorBhlnd.A &ptamber 21-3 t. t ltipnfdieen sad:. "."
practicable and Genuine. Jacksonville
|f |.Abo greater past of which U well timbered. Fresh .
.1A.b.IESB..LSxE'W.: : .
as, .independent of the flow from the LSD for all Diseases affections .
powers inflammatory, .
; :0 "
,in4.9 the fit. /<&*, river and its"TiehutJ. *f : ,
.! &eWpJyto the Admlnistra-spring, the waters of lake Cherehell' about. four L of the Skin,and Imparities of the Blood, "TUST received from the Nursery of Mr.David N I 'ralatka.Jaauaryl.UM.ETUR : ,. ... ;. ". '

rP4cnn miles in length by one mile in .breadth, may be arising from any source.. Jnepand and sold only oJP Landreth,near Philadelphia,' a full assortment -PLANTERS'A'I"I'El"TI ., -- :
3.'W&LDnURG&Y&DUh mad1 aY&i1&hleby" a canal of about.16 chain in by the original proprietor,at nis Medical Ofiee, of Fresh and Genuine. Garden'Soedi, 'of LEISAtMI- .j Bloodpd ua-- :: : :
-" '' ,
B. A. Imtfth yielding an inexhaustible supply with 198 Bowery Mew York and by his agents the ero of>1833. laII II ; .r-:, '
St..Angnstine.Mr. .. a fail of at least IS .. The spring itself the throughout the United States 'The genuine"has Rats Baga Turnips, ,Long arlet Radish, ;AMERICAN. FERTILIZER (V the*thanks Ut vicinity a* fir their KW-. -';':'.- ,
of which ha been analysed .ty Prof. signature in n own handwriting. Salmon OF LIMB .JvkaonvrncInd .
T.Tf JOHBSOS,who is OB Uu Plantation water, my y Flat Dutch Long AND SUPER PHOSPHATE bestowed tbs1aic they esa.minced
and shown to be of valuable ,Forsaleat' APOTHECARYHALC.. rat pitoJr. a
York '
CbeltonofN'ww ", Lettuce '
Red RoyalCabbage BAi .
frin xkibtt It and the ether land. Top SO : business .and hbptdt aitosi.iI.. : -
of di- I .
medicinal properties* eapaeioo. JolySJ. .
Globe : Early Cabbage -
September 15th, JssLU Largo ICOOLIUOSW4be- .
mont ,
. -.u ij being GO yard in diameter,and most :. Yellow Aberdeen i": White Cue PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOB please. toThey have constantly eulsend claD wsrtaes.i. H., .
Wanted eligibly and picturesquely located. It* position In Juttieft Court lit: District Alachua l Iandreth's Early York' -, Hat '
-- Clotai a4
U a commercial or agricultural point of view co. Cabbage Corn Salad ." Wlitat, and Gram of all kinds Corn, Potatoet .f Dry Good RtrfyMad r. -

SIX good able-bodied Negro Hands to work with its advantage ia constructing a boat canal Florida June 30/A 1853. 'a.- Large Asiatic'anlinower., and Gram; it tuitallf for Caps Boots*D4SbO1. S&atiMI uaa '. ,; ...JeiD"

ct of Mill for which good wage will of only a few BaUes across to the Gulf of Mexico A Attachment. Green Glazed ." Late Dutch t&llSoil& cnk .=qen.. :.. :
before draw the attention ofp1uten the Thomal J-Pryatt.& Flat Dutch" Extra Early Beet ', Wiae. .. 'u.Joski.viIIe.JaL ..,..
11.R.IUC1WtDSO most very long, s Ua.ora to SO 00 Eailt BARREL is raffiekni for aa Acre of i1attk.very1ewedoslleea -
CO.BCJJAMIM : and merchant of that fertile .region., ILT1OTntOn.Damgsiai4at$100. Largo Drumhead ," Long Blood ** ONE ,far superior toGnane.and at half it* ).Id_ "-

Jon a .., Savoy Early Turnip Rooted. > price,can U had at|3 30 per barrel or$23 per ton _--- ---, .
F. TOWgBKa-p Two 00114t0 acre on the west fTTlHE detendanaaa'all others interested are ,4. Green Curld" Plain Parsley, ofi240Ib Method using it,_u.,Broad- -_ ,
tho, side of.St. John fiver JL hereby notified ,of the'institution of the M ttliC ..S.10. :
and 4500 east Sugar Parsnip Spinach. east and Harrow In.- To be had of th* prs. J.Sb'ci f nU "
AUOTMEEER about 12 mile above Falatka and having 'a above suit by attachment and to:appear and London, Leekv.At.APOTHECARYHALL tor ny., GEO. A.LEINAU, PeP'r,: .emis_ .rl.rd&. ., ....c..t7.. te..Jt ",( "....
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, river front each of abort low mile In:xtenV;! plead to the declarations filed therein within the :NoI3 South FzoebetreetI'bi1s. "1 ; ,

RotpectfaUy soUdU sale ta Town and Country That___ on_ the_ west of the river is mostly. of vise time-' nrescribed..-- by. law. ;. '. eel 64t !Jacksonville. E:F.Clothing. USEDSUCCESSFUI.LY Wmm. 'c.:0' 111& _. .I&IIJ 7"c.. .
1andsreiei the site of the TOySOBLOOD, .d.:5',
lilt Aactloa Room is over Lhe Storo.occnpiedT- y and English swamp Indian trading store of Paaton Lesly JtCo '. .Justice of the Peace. ;: -By3)r. 'Wnu W. Clark,of PhDada.; G. ,bgsl1LBIIIJdidaflL) ". ;-i. ,. "

.LW'Dr. For.old,stand.) !,now known a*"Uambly'old store,"'which ,June ZO&bLD.l83.Ang.4.a_ I rulE, SUBSCRIBER keeps constantly on I.Graves Esq.;Mr.Field of Fox Chase Psvj Mr. flofeepia1sIbeinuSlId1tJ.4Ii A. 1Ii_ .. t/; .. _:
bandbioSton.onEaytreetafeDe- Mr. Back.C>.T II..piurIt lit ..1 .; : .
Jtuu ca Is"beginning corner,and runs thence south to .. .Bmvid.of Al.A n Jenny "-,. .

-H. Ii*., Ea,Madison;John W.' "WetettC too widowPangree's"oldfteld"theno the beginning.west The and 'A t.L''penoa indebted to Andrew' f ullwood, ra1 Ca *UiOrtlDlIlt,-eoLa. Shoes.of Read1.ma.Gloves; 'atoek Cloths Handker-, Hits, .Isaih Mr.Rhoads Wood,k MontgomeryCA.tMt..Bro" .N. J.; Mr. Boa&n.eof ChaaiWood, Stat Court*of' that-Il..Florida;to defeet w W to '=.-i ..," ";-,".-:.:iso ..."

Ja .N. Wil north to point opposite late of Columbia bounty, Florida deceased ..ber Bi&erEi-Tia!
Angurtlae; JUvingston cast side of the river tie between .BL chiefs. Hosiery and every article'usually kept in BarU1S Ci&1.N.j. JJoa4.elf,SfrN.J.j mules otJ.M'
s. ia.ksonvm ,JyU one on the known "Buffalo 61011"and"Mount are requested to make immediate payment to the FnmUbing Estti.Lmentssfl'pf which.mm Jbt Mr*-Troutwine/Abiagtott, Backs c..rLJ for* iplaI5Ut,It Is.Jersd .a n.srtaglbi /
the places undersigned; and'.all persons having demands low for CalL V of Delaware .. feats charged said triQ.I eeaqJ.is* .
CBarHIBe WAe1one of.n timbered old 11"\ Mr.Trainer -.CojwMf
Besides large 1
: Tacker.- a said estate,art required to present thorn N. .. ofboCostt.tetoksaIPala&k' : .
1 .
against 1 ,.ttbsnzStIres
JOHNJ.1UPLE11' of Salem Ce.
; tf. *
ept29l, Jto.Wahf
tain some excellent hammock .* jaitenener
JACKSONVILLE.E.F. pq..1uc It eon within time required by law otherwise ef. ..ik.Inst :
... site duly proven .;. rq.-oI.J4arieUa'a. aa .1*ear part Vf'thTCoaaty"attended to,' and a.versl well wooded blntsand .tW61t ihlulOtiwun.. plead in bar..ARTHUR. .- :.r N1IUt.aa.. <
eed. reepeetfuHy olicIUd '.: for nddonooB. 'By a recent aaiujJHUe west .J.T*W IGHr.Shedir. HIlT AIi.OA.Z "N ey,,Pennsylvania. xand.ue ..day.: and"plead.wnor4.W
Hi Anrtlon Rooms and 8tor1iouM ar"kept tract ha been dQeedU'2940 acre.,aDd tie MMnthartsideoftherivertoS406itisbelJeved .'.Administrator.ang 'T when.- -
: > 'Ex-offioie Dental fiirg.onrhMeTIa FarsetrimakIirMicki1in*." wfll tad a fewkarreUlBTalaabie. he said hSfofMuvj&oi.en wr.
M ee Bay Strcot,near th*prtootakl market rhero will be made 4tflgai.ri.41tb,3L BnVSAZTER.at Jaeksonvab,and Is mu v, Fovfr'RUIT TREE-i.whiei or deer*, will tharmev pm.JM**-ta .:-

b.band ataH.eL4f the year, on howerorthat the deficit will be received np Jjy, -. 0 <. prepared to insert.taelh-on th* 'no**;improved is will greater benett by being*cattr d around *if th*defendant had*ff>oa/M g*** .
ski for '
aostroasonabJ*tarns famDy Orocerie* aadTviicn Proposals p1U'01aaN lobe Peek.Yorav "- Notice, Ia TIle vrw th.'eosamunIty iI to- after they have bees dun about,a lirnt coating ill Cenrt" U U f*tbor ordmC *M *
*_ ,for oash or eountry Tirodae; ., VT. Walker. &.* New Lsvsndir, .Esq.dBltimore ;.- .., Dr. B.. baa m.preparation"with which Fer-Sals IJIDIy JJ7GEO.;A.LEINAU..' the at'wdrfYb* fohivhad in:.j
'Coeds ant Subscriber, *a Cemmissioa lth- q..r Now .8Jamin A. EM. ,of,St.' GDC wAfroindat ,'I will make applicationS the nerve', -.aching teeth,may. :$a'destroyed No.19 South FronMtreet,.Phil;, Provriotar.rN t.- 1w .- ;;
*.,oraetlo-dIswm to qakkJiy George Washington, to th* Hea.Jade* of Probate for Columbia. without n- .-.-. r {>'i M st>_:n.'' 1 ;. Th A TieanFrtiIiCTaaJ> -need : : :;t
sgs4* !aM .*wuiipoedily lorwartod.ithieomnraaityXei.-. AUgedIn$4 Florida r io myeU a&lb.latter County,:for.LetttrT el dminlitrtUon on,the, paln&'" -. tuooasfaSyia:tt o Uxnds sf Benauda and Bap. .'. # :-4 ..
lisiib baa beesknowa RMERT W.,' .".lato ,of sift '1'L .ar. wn..u.ut A. JrORW.dIL.Wn. -,
it&tPU; 1lHAN Edit. .' W.. ... ,_ .., 4
"tMrafitfmiiftft -' $ t' :
-.t. ancUoneerandoiherwi**. : :\ fI'I' .. '41 *
a* .V..4n'-.L \lA" irt"h"
jmmtm "
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.'Stirs a. !..L'l T OHA8.:.mXTEL'tt -- '. ,> '' t''Tl1A.u : .-
that ., .
so reeommendations, bat desiro i :. tu j. JI B' lit.. .r..n :
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.-*0.14 *. j *&ls\mt'. e1 I &. ,' .. : "Oo&ober" t distance er steamboat wharf, =ANO1QYwbo; .Lie aaa IihDOIJ.PU8aM i.0' .
7 CisaicI&1 Hwe at the DIaesof hw-jsd. :.c : :Zi .Et .ti .
CHARLES DzWAkL. 1I.1111r- 18ILU: Jn "s.r &- &. ,_ r .,T'& :' -. rb4s houses waU*:-the.eotI et CUr.0.:..."., -- -' .
.- ,- 1ate *.'Froajb : ...k.tlnl..M4i..t ..r1ISiss I .J.- If .
:. the bed'maa* aad H5.a s&s"U' to thu I r .f Mr Ri'J4 'aUl71iI t ,.
., Frock a4 .rees"QIMI -ant eie.MN.ffrb.Pss- ncE v. el ,
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JUk1II1I., DuTal CowMtr,1 .F. I. WMOR1E&QQF"'i, ; ."." "_ ,- ".;'.; ." 1 ffirOTSVGRr' {4'TUZ;.' 1'IOItS?' AnJJ. ,
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r I; d... !., Late 3d Auditor otthTreasar1 Gold nd1ilvejW&hCs: Jewelry .
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., 'annum,payabl8 _.." --1'. ". CAPITAL$2OOcIO )lC .'t cf'h. >"{._ S v. i
nd 'Clafmrbefert S-Silver"Warer .
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pIfek jtbetJi.tb6. : a ht.oa'ist.'8..1&:0.. 1k' '' .'. 1.. Pres1dent.;' : -. &scretaJ'1. < ..: flepartmeflt1tW$8biflgt -.D 'it :a1reIaL.rnolesIJu1Atba: usual prices.JUJ1GENsENwA1cIIIs .. > -_ '
h&r- d"J \ '. isB 1 W MogjtEt- -.lf F.'WKBSTgEk. ; r. .-' '..-V .-: "1fIi'I"j Tl'Tt113. ..'&:reasonable, men throughout '
nfiJ tr\e4 J\ \!. itra i rare .liisura1tejCumpany. o the:Union,jwho have had buiness.if>thblm;and j : : ;- I (

L Jo1'b.tjer' OTare (of twelve lines)for nJl'iinlshin "'.EstabHshmeSTyFtmtttare ;, 'to .. ... t1t1.a.t, ,':' ,. lie relfcVfor ioceess'upon hli'familiarity,-.. *with' the Real Jules JurgeriseV Wi.t ;with cerfificaies : t ,
Th.itr.riov4nu1br'"J'1anb- Wholesale and 'K.tri'"V '".f, ; .""routine.of toAw--'frJK: from him with,,each a.teh..warraraW perf tt.mebepeflf' 1"-.1'.
it- yearlr Advertiser & liberal nr\HE-ubscrib by desires to'call the further at- .'APITA$2OOOOOqio. 9. )Y Ir1f1I9. : f. ; ..- r. *. riee *150 to t250. .4

i_ I-$4AiL i Iran slenl Ai vertise- M.ftenUon of the'Florida public_to bis-well ..CCzTtS.Pre.,& VMn1eiLerbOc1ierFIIe ,p B T5S- {: ) C6OVgIt'VATCIIES, ?? TDtplfx
V $n ;1'J1) &', nn\ni\ t O'l1nt establishment for the sale of *'.t- *'. ; T- .Z' 'D" "G t.M 'N 'and Le 'ri, Jlaating'and Magic Ca <
? ni in.e Cern t .
: Jo ,* I ,
cvWiiit1 paid for prfrioui to rmblitanees WURNITVREd FURNISHJNO: ,. ... p. I $
5 HOtJSE > gePENSYLY4NIA'AVENUC. l,,perfect time-keepers. $ to F -
tnO .t'V' t ; r'L ; ,; VttrfodjW '' mii sJ.Ca. : tr

.Vt1't VdIJ6uf 11\)6mart ir mie tlO1llle-kePper'M4pR:4L8oftvI7 anil merchants DESCRlPTI0 can supplythem-; ;i.:i ,, ., APi$5oo.: ",:10i. .INDEPENDENT''SECOND, iTtr.
for&dertIethbythe following rates 'eGrJ.Hv & j and Quarter,Second, Watches, for timing
: for CIW.CJAxu.1'Tee .t".D.-l1o SecTy .
eyrrtTtIcl& for general use er ; '
fln".. 1t.welr..lin *). ttblUIed ix month* fvrmlsg eh'ea-wf\h a good eiere stocks ,'. ;*' : .( : .. :l.-'r f ';' .: : :4 : W;A Sfi IN' Q T 6 N ;C ITrY,,' horse;. Id'oM and silrer'tasesVi|123'io 230. '

dt.r : .. flO K Every thTng'in-'the"line:,of business mentioned ; Insures property against loss or' ItmA1ge.by I .lAttntca and Proprittorcf 4 ''timo.Vd Etisns" -.?tJt

spttrefoi14r tnn'n'\bi: 13'CJ&T kept on bandjjinclndlng'.Parlor.Hall, liedroomindKltchen ,atr /lighting,on:aS're.sonabe;terms as any N".S" Splendid Gold Pocket Chronometers, which. .. ;11'11
'A' '
6gal and ether Hiuineti Cards,"per an.- 10 -: rnmlJure. arid;eale will be made1wn. other .'IeD\.et. ,r : Applicationsreceived: ,- 'p I L'M run without anyir1ation.. .., f 123 to $ Ot .
.. ,
Notices to debtors and creditors 1- l- nWi: *" Br I .
and : ,HalrDyeT'he' ,
] i as eood terms as 'purchases ean be effected ,} Iasie4by'iz ; Instantaneous Liquid EIGHT.DAY WATCHES. Make.'the rcbet-hea'vbeg; .; _
'_ 4t-Application.N44 for Icttersof administration Adminis',6 at-thoNorth. .,- ; ,jMOLtftELVST > ', :;' ,: ,'A"WIL"UR :onlll.14&lantaruotu Huir-Dyt, which it per. '-'Watch'es, which run jtigut days $l4Oto|185.. and mod permanent Ith.rof. _
'Application. for dismissal. -I Old established stand. Savannah. (.i&., .: .ACent'l29 Congress street Savannah.vO ; > -nanents -- .: bg Soap now in a.so"., '- ,1.'I., .
I. ,
4 e siSIO .naitl24 : l l' :',",;ft? 1't" }/ __- For sale by .1 .. .
; '? :,.
Forannouneem.ntofeftndkjathsfoT office," S : h.rte': k'I.Ife Insurance Company JOHN M. PAYNE. ,for Ladies some in hunting.tates- $33 ta. $100. --4-- ,. .
,tNe*nnouneem.nt'w1II be made unless the lam MAHONOV: {E t *" }
\ | :: f ii IldrtfordCt.CPlT&t425OOOOttha 'i., _Jacksonville;.Florida. DIAMOND WATCHES,
*J*it acedananled with th.'amoanteharg'd.. J -large surplus. En for Ladies. some in magic cases., $55 to f 300.. L'E NARD' "Ft.Y 1 ING_
'E4i rial 'ttotJce*' for private benefit 1'be> : :WHOLESAIK'DEA'LER: *' N' ; ---:-* flowed b, thrStater G.-MIAN'S LIQUID Iliis-Drs is the only article :' .'. ,TRACTS, namely" ,'Lemon, VaMfls 'jST
> tflu.b1e the rate of- Gentlemen-who MAGIC WATCHES, : ., ,
J ? TC advertising.KeHcionspbituaryVand now
used in.this city.
-* .' Marriage notices. ;wil I I N /h ALFRED H. Gut Pres't.JA; C. WALKL Y. Whiskers orjMostachios a gray or reddish which change Into three different watches. $100 Peach, Of&1gei for ,Cakes Pnd
lillCllI! AND'PBnYI L. BYRD, M. D.. I :
Exam'g Physician '
'. 2*">rfbl hed'gratis.. : ,annah.; '&oi'* hue, wishing to attend a'Ball or Party can appear to$175." I r .Peat! C'tard v Cieama, Ice &8Terj .' 4'

(Cenuaunieatlohi. be post pajd FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, 'This'company will issue policies on' : in a suit of black, by 'devoting one"addi- >Va wt&iebVlnd TJp ; ;. choice and exceedingly eoaf =

HLih ",,_ .r_. __. .__I NO. i90 BAY STREET: stock principle; and upon the mutual plan' thus tional minute to'their toilet, In using the'very ad'turn the bands without any key. $83 to$140.. Housekeepers ihoald ncter".k't.
trTCHARLEBTOP4, DVERTJSEMENTS. 'combining the benefits of both at the celebrated article which heads this notice. Fine Gold Watches -t hem; Thowi who '
(Opi.o ;Ue \IegSrs.Scranton,Johnston & Co ) systems op Philadelphia Ledger. Lapina ,4 holes; ?- delight in .i it
lion of the insured. [ .
jeweled $25 -lieioos favor and mrisitFrartf
;az OLIVER FARNDM,' 'Formerly occupied by. C1uts.aihrtridie.i Esq.. Policies will be issued 'at the lowest sats .r my9 Fine Gold CfetachedLereW, ;.-$. d.i- SO: and Flowe,: :.n1.1-Deif -

'' : : SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. premium'that can be adopted and afford requi Gold enamelled Watches, for the Ladies.f.85 1 1jGold
:;who1csaIe Grocery, Liquor, and L JOHN'M'MAFION.: JAMES DOTLE.jan27lyV site'security'.to the., Insured and. perpetuity. to the MALQNF4.TAYLWh\ ; Englisb'Patent Levers,"-- "' ---35: FlavorlugEitracts' :all that-- nit".

'r jm : ProviSIon Dealer I>! '. institution Gold English Patent J.eren.hunt'g eases, 68' .deaire/ 1
*!&*N9yi*,'KAT IJAY. CHARLESTON, ; Policies issued for the benefit of a married LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Silver Patent Lever*, as low as. 16 LEONARD'S LEMON
'' SYR
: woman on the life of her husband or any other ITEST WHARF BKfXW NOBLE IT., "I' Detached Levers 14 1 .
Atfeeosta'atly band wel selected stock ,
..IJL of'Liijsors and Groceries a which he offers ANDERSONS GO., person will enure to her"Beparate use, Independentlydf PHILADELPHIAVery : and all other style of;Watches? at equally low made from PunT instead of front'As

"' "rte"Jr(Wr from the eouutrf.earefullynd {FACTORS AND GEiNEKAL 'her husband. and'.of* the claim of her' : respectfully solicit-consignments' of- prices.. -- an are all the ordinary kinds i. i j
promptly attended to. creditors Southern Lumber, Shingles, &c. fee. DD4 mm.aDtm.cn far more pleasant; but'also'mory Il
ft>Terni'...CASH oaCrrT xccicrTAScie. COMMISSION.; MERCHANTS, SLAVES INSURED on reasonable terms. Refer to,1 '*. '" -' '' Diamond.:Ear-riDRS' Plot, Bracelets FingerRings ',fol and wholesome,, and make..tj moil

**April t-f _'J SAVANNAh, GA. California aDd'Allstra1i Risks lakcn. 'A. McCALU Cashier Camden Bank" ,'Ht J.: and Crosses,for sale at much less than agreeable of ..ammerdrinb.rW::
A. WJLBUR; JoifATRAN BROCK, Philadelphia; \. the usual'prices; / > :' -) ? ;
t.OBq.,4BBOTT&CO. O.W.AMDfTSOX, $.W.\.DEKlON. J '. JACK.SOS Agent Congress'st.'It.i Savannah. E. T RldBABDSOM, dO. JEWELRY.- LEO ARp'S,, l\JUSTARD. Thti1'a.

X j n27.1 y' ., ,_,__-_ -my26-y --,----,--- T. E.; BUCKEQAX Jacksonville* Florida.- All, kinds of GOLD,CHAINS,*Pure Gold, rons. o.asmg ,Ma.stard. that iI D i
t' 'll'BPO'rAND WATCHES AND JEWELRY r.llaryI7. WEDDING -RINGS. Gold KEYS andSE4.L8 ricefloorand; :wish it, pertect.j.ahould : .
,\ .tJILJi.reJ"D STOVK I Gold PENS and PENOJL Gold and Sflrer
Leo a.rii'a'Pure
-try Mustard
: OILS ARNISiI: MOUSE. VER.lID L1Ell D WARE. Publish the t'oUolng.Valuabe, CUFF :PINS/LCCKETS KINGS very .
f Gold and SPECTACLES Gold TOOTh :from,what !usually called'lloitari.1k


every description of I Subscriber most respectfully invites .a of Savannah. are informed Tqhns.on's'' Case, 3'vols., 2d eJ., with a &C. &c. : :,4. -
i.. .* ,r In Pnlut Store,, at hu Establishment, where every effort that the subilcriber'bal on band and i*I ., large number of additional, cases Stiver< 1"Ware. I .
will be made to. give satisfactiofc The largest constantly receiving from the best and most j
:) ,'97 East. Bay Charleston., S. C. and most varied assortment of Cooking>and Par manufacturers in the country rich DIAfaONn. respectable Caines' Report! 3d ed. 3 vbls; Anton's Nisi STERLING .SILVER SPOONS,.C DPS, FORKS,' I Dardot'e.Ta.feIm. ,
lor Stores, from the best Manufactures., All RUBY, PEARL, and.other JtWEL&Y. Prius Reports, 2d ed., with many additional PIE KNIVES NAPKIN RINGS, TRUlY, KK1VES :: .

-." Aim on land Fresh Cuniphene and Burning kinds of hollow Ware Hardware Cuttlery and sterling Silver Ware, such as cases;';Joh lson's' Reports, 20 vols., the latest -' WEDDING CAKE KNIVES&C. &C.fl : WOBM SUGAR DROPS
-fluid and evenr description of Lamps and Chan Wooden-ware, Brushes,Guns-single and double TABLE, DESERT and and best edition Cowen's New York Watches and Jewelry exchanged. All Watches .
Melien. for banting, the same, at the Mannfactni barrels, Pistols Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps, TEA SPOONS and FORKS ; warranted to keep good time, or the money
r?prioes> &., k 3. Also constantly manufacturing SILVER PLATES WAITERS, Reports, 9 YotVentfell's; New York Reports returned. I

Afenttfor Slate' Fire Proof Paint. kiddsof Plain Planished and Japaned Tin-ware, TEA SETTS, CASTORS CUPS and 1 26 vols.; Hill'. N. Y.- Reports 7 Repair

,.?.iApril7y"Johnston Cainpbene. and Burning Fluid-conslantv en SAUCERS, GOBLETS, TOJS! ; Denio's ,.N. Y. Reports,.5 vols.; BarbbifrV All kinds Watches and Clocks cleaned and
hand. rjan27-ly] J. J. MAUI JCE. TUMBLERS, PAP BOATS -Law'.Reporls/13-vols.rN.-Y.-. repaired in the best manner,at much less than .

Crews fi'Brawley, PII SOUp:. ICE and CREAMCAKE SAUCE LADLES.. stock's Report 4.yols.; N. Y.; $andford'aSuperior the Goods usual.prices. : ?
PRICE & VEADER and sent by express or mail to..U parts of,
.TXPOITIR,1' WjIlLF.lt A T.E DEALERS IN ., FRUJT KNIVES SOLID Court Report 2 vols.; Johnson's the. .United States. .

", "Dny' GODS 147, SILVER DESERT, PICKLE and Chancery Reports, 7 vols.; HOI kins' '(N. Y. GEO. ALLEN" .

Baystreet Savannah BUTTER.KNIVES, Ch. Reports Paipe's N. Y; Ch. Reports '
.O.IIIEASTD.IlV.CIUltLESTtNS.C. ,. NAPKIN RINGS, SALT CELLARS and- ; Importer of Watches and Jewel Vy, ,
all times assortment of fineCASSIMERES.
keep large 10 vols. Edwards' N. Y. Chancery e-
AT FRUIT KNiVES.- ; Wholesale and
1.II; V i CLOTHS; ; _
.i; ...,*. JOHNSON, J. H* BRAWLETI ,. ANn'VESTiyGS, .$ilver plated'spoons Forks and Ladles, Cake (ports A vols.' Hoffman's Ch Reports, 2d No. II{vall, t..:d floor, near flroaday, _

... ;- ...l.tIlA'oUS M/BRAWtET.,I Which these prepared ff make to measure in Baskets Castor, Waiters Snuffers and'' Trays ed.; Sandford's Chancery Reports, N. Y., 4 June fYy', NE'V. TURk. _
(Ivory balance Handle Knives and silver plated veils. Barhour' Ch.- 3 vols., N. Y. : .
4 ': ci'inc CANNADAT, A. 8. /. PERRY;. the best manner. Also 'Steel'Table and Desert ; Reports ; .- .4
m'in6.ty: made on : 'Knives fine,twenty- CJarke's ChanceryR porlB, N''Y.i4 English -Woodman'sClierry They contain no calomel'br mete a
__ . 'Ready- Clothing one"diy'Marble Mantle ( Clocks and common : .
.s : A large Stock of'Fn\E.Clothing. of good. ma- Bras Clucks of every description. Chancery -RepotU, 35vofa'aiea'formerly : 'any form, or any deJeterio11l1Dghdientwhatever !

:CMBLESTON HOTEL 'terials and well made. Gold& Silver; Lever and'Lepwe Watches, Condensed,' hut now published 'verbatim, Expectorant and are at'once attractivf

.. .m J I With a largeTarirty ofFANCARTICLES., Fine enamelled Hunting*Watches, with notes'and references to both English FOR :THE CURE 'OF the eye, pleaaant to"the tasteand tiirs

'' .' wr Hats, Caps, Cane..'Um rellas Shirh;Cravats Gold' &-Silver Watch-Chains, Seals& Keys, and'American'decisions John A. Dun- S in their operation.- Children eat '&hi1a
..::. .: D. MIXER. Stocb,' arrs; &e. &c. AlI of which. will be Gold & Silver Thimbles, by Consumption, Decline, Asthma, BrOTtcfiitH'; with 0 .
Jdtelinr.treel,blrl'ttn flaunt ant! Pi cJcneij P,, sold at the LOWESTPRICES. .Gold & Silver'Spectacles,-. lap, Esq., two entire 'EiIishvoIur es in Wasting of the Flesh,Night Sweats:Spitting great aTiditJandpIeasnre._ _. :.:

,4:1.t11"7.: .CHARLESTON. S. C.. Savannah March 4th. 1853 IQ-ly Rodger's Fine Pocket Cutlery, one American.; Phillipp! .on Evidence, 5 of Blood.Whooping Cough*Difficulty of ,- !.**

-'ja6-Jy :. WM. RVSYMONS.D.KAPBtt Razors and Razor Strops vol,., with extensive notes and references' Breath;f- Colds Coughs, Influenza Uriel, Dec: 2; 1852.
Card Cases Port Monaies &e: by the'Hon. Eiek Cowen, one of the Judges 'Genk-The' frequent caDa and1 Mat
: .f'I U Particular! attention will be riven to ep.Ir."K Phthisic, Pain jn tte2lC; ;
: ;; h : :1.AJIa 11 EsUw"Commission .! ,AND TAII.QR, of Watches Clocks and Jewelry. of the Supreme Court of the State ol New And all Diseases /the" .' able' reports 'we get:of.the. uae'.ptB4*.

Mcrclfaut.and AND DEALER IN" From kit long experience and extensive facilities -. Xort, SSI t .by.Nicl'"las ItiJ ,*.J 'n.. Councilor Chest and Lungs !-. DO'r'B': VVoKM Sr/GAK Dion,Rmiadt

I ..rt'HO'LF.I'ALE -nF.AL -READY-MADECLOTHING ,he favor confidently him believes be will satisfy all who at Law; N. Y. Digest, 4,vols., being This li.5- the remedy universally.used and recommended .; of.the promise I recently&7O made'to seal

may His with their patronage. a Digest of all the N. Y. Common'Law Reports by the Medical Faculty where it has some certificates taken by usl 'Here
-:II'tGr.c erio Liquors 2JO 17 lUIITTAKER STREET prices are as low and terms at favorabie, *
.'. NO. 139 EAST BAY, :" .: 4? SAVANNAHloves ,.- | as at any other establishment id the State. from the earliest period to the pr.esen'ttime L 'been Sit contains introduced.no opium or other dangerous In. with you will fiad copies of two, ar
W1LMOT.. No 1 Market-Sqnare, ; 1850; American Chancery Digest 3 I flnbeieandWiI1iain ..StantonXbptbhonest
.-">v '.' CtfARLCSTOK: S.:C., G Suspender, Shirts, and.Gentlemen'sFurnishing Mueii gredient and is safe for the most delicate child !
Un and reliable th latter him
JanE-ly articles generally. Savannah, Ga. vols. 3d ed.; Harbour's Chancery Practice, It.is estimated tha., loO.COO persons die annual men, ,
"_--_--_-_.. ---- been known tome beartytwentyyeanToday '
'l 'r1 r -- -- 2vols., anew American work, wiih.afi exensive ly in the United States with consumption and

,JENNINGS.4 CO., .Jn2.l3. 'J !: j Line collection of Precedents; Wheeler's Professor Eberly say a vast number of these afarmer'called "aidgotth;
r. Wh&e.aii. ; n BUTTER. AND CHEESE. EMPORIUM- carrying Criminal Cases, 3 vols City Hall Recorder could be saved by the timely use of some prompt second box 'the first having been adaaiatered
:: "' 4i1 B'Y dj \ ; remedy. We believe that Medicine ezsi '
sid n"BBiM poss g favorable. cI
the ILS. Mail with reaaItJ
sJ 6 i vols. in 3; Conkling's Trealise\ J ed., on Real Meriti, will effect cubes wherever it is used very

4.. ;SADDLE .fra. tJRPE1' &limm mD lAVANNM" .,, EWEEiPalatka the Practice of the. U. S. Coiirt>; Graharnir ; at home as well as abroad.' This'is no Pareg: two or three weeks since, to a daughter'of

B4G& 'Fla., and Savannah. Ga. Practice 3d ed;: 2 voli; io preparation;but one which if used in: season of thirteen years old. .In this east
1IA11XKSS, will the lives the -did not knew thai the chili
save thousands. 'certificates parents .
; "'TRCKKS. VAttSRA, &c., &c&c.* $ ( lIHGIA, (INSIDE ALL TUE WAY.) Trials 2d (d. enlarged; Barber's 'Criminal .Many -
couljbe furnished but it
NO. 165 M EKTI NGf -STREETV VTHOLESAJEBUTTBlt 1)EILEk'I .' Via Picolata Blatk Creek and Jacksonville Treat e; 2d ed.; .PamellJ' C.:C.Reports, 2 any Medicine should sell on its owjyBerits preferable,, thai The .'eoiered Toidea worms her healthf but Ihe'immediatelt,r, -

'**. Ojipos t' Charleston I inteL ANn CIIKESR, Fla., and St. Alarms, UriinsisLdc, and Darien vols; Petersdorfl's Abridgment. and Supplement following is only one of thousands of testimonials -

jan 6-Jy ,flARtE'TuN. !. c. DI&ECT FROM Ga. jf 17 vols;; 'Wheaton'sLwof, AT a ign.I; *from well 1marm'Phyn ialll. Tralyand, res eclruny Y011rtqVILUllI"

: Cowen't\ Treatist, 3d,ed. .2:vors; Benedict', "
: TIlE Arnericai Admiralty Dul's Law.tof Ven'. NEW OKLJUJIS,April 9. :. ,<-,-
: ; ,HARDWARE. jtn27.1 KING Captain ; Dear Sin-The public" generally 'ful' Unci, June 10r 1852.fi
.44 "t" leaves Palatka every Monday morning Jors and Purchasers, 4th e d.; Moneil's are 'y
: aware of the thousands Remedies ,I that I of Me a.WM. .
at 8 o'clock. IHseawd certify purchased
&COURTNEY, TENNENT & Co.G II A U IV A tt E Practice, 2 volsArchbod's: Criminal Pleading 5- Longs under the titles .of ,
"" "A.rri-ves.at Jacksonville same evening. and Sarsaparillas Pills] BRISTOL & Co:, day before '! &*
mRECT IMPORTER OF _HAVE on hand and am co taDt1y.receiving leaves Tuesday morning at 3''clock, touching. 3 vols; PhiHips'on"Insuran"cei2'vols.' Plasters Liniments,* &0:, hat are daily.brough' .day &box of BafdotteT 1 Vermifuge $UgZ
CUTLCR. GUNS, PIS- I' "a'.full"supply of H.'dware. consisting of .at all the fntermedlatj places is above: : 3d ed.; Edei onjnjunctioiis, 3volsj( Revised to their notice through the newspapers; byway andavhaUrean
I". TOLS, &c., Cutlery Cookin4 Utensils Mill Saws, Cross Cut Through Farq /roin :Pal tka, Pieolata' and Statutes. 4th ed.: ,2 vols.; .Adams ou Eject.meni 4'.-. of advertisements. My. object in writing this Drops, for a hild of mine;
No. tt'Haiine Street Black note for publication to induce the at old whom I supposed troubled with
Creek public or
Saws, ,Chains Nails Axes;lilacksmith andCarpenters' f 8 o X{ Connecti'Ut Reports,412 vols. .
cr.nntJ9nC5 Ji 6lt.' Tools, and all other articles'us ally Through Fare from'Jacksonville, .;6 00 They are constantly supplied with 'all the Report least those who are afflicted to use one that contains .worms. .1. had tried to getVermiI

VM.'C.'COURTNEY, G.B.TENNENT, kept in my line of business. CCJ-N. .'The Welaka* con n cett with the of the various States* as. oon as published. articles pf real usein, Pulmowiry Diseaset- down' h r'several times'bat could sot da
AMES B. EVA S. C. HOPKINS .gent.- eamsUlp State of Georgia, for Philadelphia. I am conscious that in so doing, 1 am a'cting most it 'without holding her nose .andtit

janG-ly No. 177 Congress St., ,.Savannah, Ga. ARCHBOLD'S CRIMINAL" PRACTICE & onprafessionally, and derogatory to the interestsof would von sI1 again Bat alter
LD27.ty' "AOE.NTS, PLEADING, Science and the regular Practitioners up
A, .AMBLER K.R. DUKE, PaS :' lh. ) The foregoing is the sixth American from the Medicine I refer Woodman's Cherry abe got the taste,of. the Scoia DKOPS, &i

MA Vr acrjCRERi AKD PEALEH',' JN, ( ). M. COOP ;R 4.00.: F WAVrn! & Co..:1jacksonville. twelfth and lust .London edition of AliCtlBLIJ'S ] Expectorant, which is a scientific remedy that ] cried for more. Yesterday and fenst y
: M. S have used with.more success.than ,any of the
.tIa, oaaS; DD 1P LAFFITEAIJ' Savaricah. CHI INU FLeALIN(;. Mr. Archboid' .we cave her'the contents of the boxfflatoday
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Feb.24.tf.: usual Prescriptions used Physicians.Jr .
DEALLEBooks by
4 J.T. : writiflggliave; been, before the for
public FOURTEffiiLARGE
; ;;:.6j'.MEETING.STRKET: : .; 1j" M:-MMTLAtfU D. away
half .
1j&n64y : fy Station'ei'y: nearly a century-a proof of the high e..teem'ill 'J-
United some of them fOol
States Mail
cHA-Rt Line .
.r r which
) N. s;c. they aresbeU.Thw' edition is much
i.' CORNER WHITAKER &isT.JUlSlAN srs, more comprehensive than of its : Sold by W.W.'Lincoln'; Join a JIayer, A.A. long. ,. -S l\l
'Iitr.It *1tesaI It.t & Cup AV' .: boa. A a. ftl \V-rli .lt..'", ETWEr.f' The former editions were any confined preaeces to Pleading' Solomons & Co.:.J. B.Moore & Co.T.M. Tur- MARTIN. HUBER, ,,,;[
J."<.y.iTJNG ton Hotel. Charleston ST, opposite The Charles ? .SAVANNA' .. .* ,.' Palatka, F1. rand Savannah; .Ga., and Evidenc'efr: ,The present,"in addition to,what ner& Co.,Jas. H.Carter,' I. E.Deford, Apothe East of the Big Basin,Broad-,Uti *.
undersigned .ias.-r o.ePu1 oiAbr. It., caries' Hall,. in'Savannah and aU .
ItItAl"J' ; ..DrllgJ ,
: '.JNSIDE'ALLTHE'WAY Was contained 1n 'any of the others treats .
Thu in Store is very s
and ; ,) '
concUntly receirinj from his 1 of the different crimes everywhere' .'. / .
ererat manofaetdrers, all of the'different kinds Printing arid Bookbinding executed .with Fw 1Cf1la'l Black Creek. -Jacksonville*. of fully'CRIMINAL' 'PRACTICE and.of It every branch OLIVER T. BRAGG;' General Agent.' UtiCA, Nov"l6 1853..:
,f liAT-d: &d .CAM suitable fur. the cootbcrniand "- realneahIe.spqcJi.Foreign Fid., ajdj St. 'larJ's, Brunfwillnd r three volumes,'If nine hundred paces> each and 304 Broadway New York. Messrs.Wi.-&moL&Co.: . >

A'tUntiun fontbwfttern of merchant markets de iriox to'wbich he in invites the, Books imported rder'jct N. Y.prices. Danen.Wfla., ..4 .will be found by far'the most ex tensive,thorooghr JOHN,PAYNE, Agent, Gentlemen,-My little dangtUra*
hit .
C good* ,
Having jna.ny Tear*experience in the blLliaeN he Feb 10-tf _,_.- _:'. : I f'. .JNIUE STEAM PACKET WM. and It useful work On. criminal law,ever published.* '.-March 11 3My- S Jacksonville- ,'.Fla. '. _;. had been ailing for thm- wa

jAa IeT. biu3clt that m prices .aud aiiafity his Par hment' Paper Letter-Copying.. .. '.lGASTON.C pt.T.-E.SHAW., law contains, with 'appropriate.all the American practical as well forms as for English; ., -S months, and:fearini ihatt: she might bt
.bod. cannot be excelled.. D.A.AMBLLIlMAT. every ;
B OOJS.-This Paper is ,very;tough; slows leaves Palatka every Thursday morning 8 proceeding. .No lawyer,and certainly,.Dojadgeor : :Q'Q EI'PQT.T troubled.with wonnl;about week ptf

"t M. TUNXO up a perfect and d'wtinot copy and ,effors oc1OCk.t ,.rt district attorney, should ,.10 with at a copy.1 ;bought at year" store a.boi.,1 JS&DOTTE'S
the advantage
J'actarand;Conmission ,Merchant be written upon,without.spreading, The Books I leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clocktouching into Criminal Practice as well as an accurate 134. Front Street'"Corner Maiden. Lat, I'VpStairsWew !, *teTta uiei, *- ".jul to her at all the
I lF 6rU1da are well bound and' paged, and are, 1d. at'the intermediate p iita as above. : and profound knowledge of .the principles of. ; ,T ,"X ; York,' ;
1'rbdticj')j manufacturer's price* i>,\single one er an !UDII. wltU The. Steamer William, Gaston connect I. Criminal.Law, this is just'the Book. WILL attend promptly to all business' entrusted. after- ;ahe. passed away. ***

dij OVT.l .lft WU'AIW.-Q1" ties, n c '... ".. ; the,Mew, York Steamers every Satar- BANKS. GOULD'CO,, to their eare. : Particular attention given to fhe TWHTT-Twovjfroajis,some o thee!
n..J st .: 'C,4Kf.i : p.A'rENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING! da.l.'U"*' .Fare i- ". i. 4 ,144 Nassau st New York: sale 01.Cotton, Lumber Timberand Turpentine;: oir twelve'Incbea long.Wi P ?

...'.., 1.1' "' t J t.J .. r : ,.- 'PRESS" Black hrough Creek .from. '."Palatka.' i'--i Pieolata:' ,' ana ; And. 475. ,Broadway, Albany. g.lsoto. the purchase of goods.. t ." 'her no other medici e.Sine1thCUsA'1iaa :
8 July 28. Liberal
\ JI f 00 advancements .,
? made"on
Faze : been hi1d entixeI' ',
With thisreu'oj5ies :.are','taken 'with'. more t Trough from JaokWnTilloJ 6 00 >ebrnaryl9.1352.-ly. i
; kstiIIei4'uund\ $ 1. easeand''much -quicker,Tthan with .tbe.Serew 4-- .. AQBST3 v p-> S. Vt -- -- t She had not sierjt well nietts but ..

4t'1. Press and-Other*'ordinarily>In use. It does not 'A/E. HERTZ.ePilatka.' '..K.. K GUTTAPERCHA1NDA---of'--- RUBBER.. -. ." .. i to cry out in her sleep; and"I waVawiwe

'tD'Gt Lr tb'tD:1\ .AMP.1 'I. require fastening. ''down- *,- and is- 'not,Jiable to;get DI CLAGUORN BEE &; faclwonvillo. \80METHJNO{ ETfTIKEl. $: ,:JOSEPH. .,. .'y ..jN4z, J should not raiser her, ,.. .Now she U *. |
of -
a PAGS ont orfler.METALMC & CO. Savannah.Charleston ; '
I .
...'c.. ,t' &eb..24.tt. The North American OutiaPercha S r :'W1IWortr .
.mR .ubs rfl ; DAMPENER PRAPERTAILOR:; ; Having previously-used' nzionaotbwwmmedicineain *.
T.i 'lii'ngtnsi% ext D r-tnd Superseding : of!'the : t' ,CoanorEV'. ,YORTl",; i
use Wet .
s *luiM.mprvern.uts in Brush C2oh. :and Florida', .10. ll .llL. e -, .JACKSONVILLE. :E. :Fi my family cansaWT
tieir' establish, .. and Blotting Paper (saving all the time and trou,. II ,. AreoffergtWbo1essto .
3 rt t H i >
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ventare -' >HERNAN UEZ 'DROPS ie
qw'prjlpare4 io furnUh : return thank recommendBi.anos as
ble incident to '
their "
use;) with it a perfect $T&A"M.E 'I A Great Va1ttotcIothing I
na Steam to itee Engine-of hundred horse any required. "" powerfroi'." ,may always be secured with' any press. copy j OLINiLj' :" .-"/. ljrj. .aiadefrom. ; 4RXDEE'S -&c.1GUTTA. the liberal: patronage friend, and he the ha public received:generally, and for .able tb all ",remedies for1 the' ,
; hopes
undersigned ore thes,1e .and 'exclusive tJ PATENTVULCANIZED toal eradication of worms*
"SawTVIIH ? t ; J-- by.strict .
attention business .
; .. s to merit a eootianance '
Agents .AW0.
Georgia and Florida for I '
fin-- un.rf._ .. _,. ar: / 'itt.PBRCHA.at"; of. the'tame. Having*just received a fine .
Iliotse! Vower,-. "-. sf.iU.I tides_ and have m&d0 arrangements by which 'JEr'I, I. OF i BwBTyw: AND BEAQTrrdz."VINtsB..h'l. assortment of GoodS onalstin, of blue and black 42 Water Street. IJcL.,
) &r& they re enabled to dispose of them at'tkVmanufAatnrer's .i'I rbwgft "Paljj&a in nnilESE, goods,;are : CLOTHS of -
1 Hto Ilourt
I,..tberPLaellWi.; iediuim price. Q: ;' Jl water-prooffree from dift'erent'laaliti'es blaek and colored .. r.i
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>\ n I I 11 unpleasant smell-pliable and-elatle: like CASHMERES. LINENS DRILLS ;
wwipfj' :- American The CAROLINA wm 1eaCharleIto1a and for
*.-Iron and Bruasiagi,; > .' d: andEngluh Copying, Writing,. Saturday at 8-I'.: 10f0 Returning wUJ.le..ye:: every FA' :dllt. Rubber" not iredby .fatty,substances,, pants VBST1NGS of different patternsTTKlM* Alwaya ready for wie.,IIt.:
". SUan Boat, baw5UJJ, and other repairing,a' 'Carmine and Red Ink,, LATKA every Monday at TA -M. Picolata 10' < t LNGS, &0.,&0.;direct from the North, he it JI1'I, .. ,
.4cft! notice. ; ., < of the .Vert qlit3ontAntlyonii&nd-! A. M., and Jackeonville Tuesday at;A/M., : '111.i. decompseThey -and.fecorne.ttickn..jr4 pared to-,:execute aU workentrusted to his.caret it .
-I I KA1I.Machinery parohased from,n will .be : Marking Ink, by the gallon .( barrel., The FLORIDA?.win leave Charleston -are'very different' 'character from any with .despatch-and'In at workmanlike'manner.; ,.of >8to
aIs operation ia any partofthe tate.,1tll They hare also made large additions to their Tuesday at 9 P. JM., taramgwill1IeaY'e'every other goods heretofor* made1 of.Gutta Percha He invite all to.give him a'call] ,-oa Newnaa'.t '. J

Detent.maehinUts. jthen desired and.upon stock of Writing Papers;of, evety'd.,8cription- latka Thursday, 10 o'clock A, M. Black Creek a either in this.country Europe, and sri 2&.do.rfroin Dr.B'fDC''* new building;assuring ; .

.' ?aay. '. liberal discounts made when.told" :in'quantities, t 3 P. M.. Jacksonville.Frlday, o'clock; A; M; ". ,1Darranfedt4.tand. alt tlfihaiet'cAmong the'public that his prices shall be moderate,, and
) awing* ao4.'.eiUmatesttrnuhed, ,'..,wthod of fivo reams and upwards. > These steamers -- in*variety- be all rarmenta warranted to 5. SN.
connect with all tbe f interio pay found Coats, Cloaks,
.Jaarr'. I Mathematical InstramonU Snrrcyors Com- Stages of East' Florida, and connect both Capes PoncbogJReefingrJackets, OY'eratla.Ler- B. Cutting and repairing. at the shorteit;; .
,!lJOONEY" GOOKIN. passes. Chaina rafting ateriali-,-Ice; &e? with the New.Terk .ltumllhlpe,1 Carolina Rail way, gin, Sou-westeriCop,;' Camp Blanket,Hone Jio'ice.J .- I'.b':10-7.: I _
,They faclIitlea _
hUe. ( ,
'OredeuUng B okbindinr -
reads and the Shower Mat I
\.*- t. He- fafeVi t'ottndeftand: I'1J T .JiIaJii'IlflUy" 'ulJI&&teru, lm'which (hey pat $8 from Charletton men'Drinking COLORED; '
; to Palatka $10. : Cape? Sleam' acldiil. Machine <7W PERSON wrn'liieaftr1;
mIlE UKDEUSJGNtiD, keeps oonstaptlyon the beatofitock., Also of Card Circular, Label;; For further particulars ,TJ.'W > Belting Carriage Llots&o'&a-witb "JLli .allowed to travel ; _
: apply : .on, any pf the boets
J full and Fancy Printing., to. very run iirti
hand a wpbly ef XiUOCKUltES : : CALDWELWCharleston.i, ,CHi\p.AND.EFFEC'fIvEuF&-P E- sing between Savannah and thif
AHO PIlitViailOKS, eenilsting partly Foreign- "Books imported at New Y'nrl rices BELLECHASSE &.({ EGAN. 1
ofGoshen Batter.Cheese, Lard, IIai. L* JOHN.ftf-yCOOPEK'fc. .CO. '. fv;. : ; -.. made expressly to meet the. new Passenger.r." Law'of..Congreu. T special tisket, to be-re&Jn d ;by:the Captain of -
'>.t8fcoa-81'ca Savannah. F e.IQtb.; : 't-- Dnlle..I i the.' ----Sq
: "a.Lfe. Fl1iar, ,, 1 f t .t.R.'RR.EIDPa.latb : All of finish and quality superior steamers'and Jbcendorsed; if"required by -
6a'of ad ttu4',''CVffee S utter I F. .. ., to other some well knewn :' .
Teas; al, .IOtt''r any .water. proof.good* now.before person.' :PartIee'il1tertstec1 will -h---
< *1&r ilftctea Crackers, Pilot Bread. COOPM& B kin C' Establishment.. -",, : public.7.. For sal*at the T "!; ,' the' please take notice as.t" ru1.1ri1t be'.trictlTen-i _
.f&.U'ml; Herring,Codflsh, ; upIouie:3.a.a .; H R.YI'COOP1tU.N"tllt.iDtteat' jufl JI-l : :. : : :N EWYORKCxET 'WAREHOU8Q-EDAIt: cm1. .K foroeJ1 v-* ** *> *' v-. VJ---M*: V ,
: > '1.1h.-people laeksonTille'witll" ,: t
*;p.t&to "To" ..E-pr 13qarbaff ., CCAGtiOR.N"&i INOl
't l' '' t.X" t ., 'GOODflRAD- ': -0.- f *WVdRXi.-t 1f'I n ': 4't, 1tfr ts.iM; f -
; &; VAFflTiJL. -L
Adi1'; lii.'Pit" I *'ltC4$1l.41\11 V 6P..b.Nt"Y. i ; 'J I'N1E- :Dea.JerhlD .w&terLproof? Goods'art: Invited to 1' 'ct S, .I"t y-
riute. 4fnot1kd1lrsudy.3'tacb ., i ezsmIrte.theie: *. < ; :; --AIPenb a', .,.. 1.i1t -5-
'11(1( Itor.'Jt Itnat d 4 goods!believing tbey 'wyi find 4 z t' \ -1. ..'. J *: --- _
; 4' Scotch, \Vhbkyl-( on"Bav-strfet.2 them ca>APKftUm: > pa(!llJioJtaIoa-io. 'i.' J4..W'AvAR"CO IrYgAriii- 1
'Sfe* Iae Wey'!1 ,;111 : Ia-r. goal 4. eld Bonier" 'ttf.Wit :Altw .a\'pr.e"ra' .' ) thing :
? ,. F?Wa;eV*Go's where .A..O.--Tff. they i.to..ver.eeri. toreW%\ 4M: ,. :1:. Joi1 JtEt.CA:( Y1.nl
.....'ae ..Ch r"..s.e."I'eort 4aclust 44 ;) ean\e had at aU time rden to anyettent: executed at short notice..' t.. 'P.AgeDui.tJaeboQ1Ut.f,
'A,1tb PRptPft CAK land !s. offrisrjr.de. J.' rl '! 'Ji
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'Persons from the .
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to b1 the
t 14..1.1P1 (vpplfthemtelvei With these _' : ,p 'Anll
enlo articea,fr6th.At Pefo. .
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bluolUtPr-c Private faoUIljw; Jolepla Grl4i. 27LhoJlJ A.R.OGERS COm't .- .4 tha1csliberal io''f1e"'eitilen.'
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q..r 1' zj\- ,Ou o\QE.S-f t .l.f.. .patrgnsgco,, ;Ilia itrace, .he'bq' 1'to! 1 4ii
; PrtIei-'WithgpLiti7, farnli ..CIoQ..tlitne. i1 4WI lIt pyegularly between the ports. .j 1i 11 4tt4kZ Jt':4e" .l' .." o.-x ,. 1111I i nea.01.,4,1 .I.'. -. ;.
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JrfundPPEov131oflt8t6je | be accommodated.wjth.pr lApLDe.4 : ,Ajent1u.ewYerk.4 t He desire Inform 1' Mt.
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reasonable term:" -* ; UIJ EP".Ot\IOEtWa.ter" ak-t4 i. .tit > w
rk,4k.c1.4'L-) _. 1 take'thU opportunity{ of expresslrtgjny thanks c4 I 'Ageuts1a.i k.oUIe : WILL pay particular attention t*siles'flf aijesys N''SiGN o b'e found Pitl" '110".n. ., **> Cak< When
.Tr..tr..ftIpeOt/.n, IafMomJ IoU efit fof 'Ii'_ loWJ..ombrUy: ,Oak;and other Sdnfhern 'lirbbr > aUlhlmM.f '
the liberal erJd eel of eDo'KeaaeD'wbleh D1 JiEE & C NOV..i. Tint Pef6rWkUdaU.I i dte1 ,IeIX
.: 'h ot'JacMawtllJ*.aadrieinityihal. b. I bare&l.readrt lvedaWwHleVespectfallratking ) W1A'D.ID'P"a.tb'91JIW'l.-Ii\l, ber and.todnc f:and to order for pttihasdeoStf 'j ,
k of .*.. : : ingMerebsne4i : : ." ; -
:.. -eonunnanoeof the I&n d're l warrantel *\\if*>$fj&SI.'xKs DUKE. ;* % ; ,:,-_. 1ttltL.s''O&' -
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