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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: November 3, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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may chary of ;;embarking in the: "disunion" of be an American citizen 'demanded his '-. .
'ACT hare bean release
for and
AN vivmtiaciObttneUou t. theN a just fair valuation of the'same
much about ,
As hu been aid the The sudden la tbo
p&ioa '1Jae St. Joan Aim,> astFlorida ;and letting forth' the manner.in'which Federal topics"on an occasion like this;" from the:Austrian .brig,' and ,threatened to rence&t the'Chincha Islands we gire occur-belowa warm: to cold,change on Friday">'.; ,

lath, Iou occurred., and ,even upon :some 'questions1 of .State take htm byforce if aorrendend. .
.. not Yattel relation which is aid to be correct. aomlr of person, few, to j
Scene 1. &itertaded'ifte'Tliatfrvmtad "nil
after iht of this Act it shall be policy it h regarded as,""manifestly improper" indoor own authorities are quoted by Hol- i On the 16th of'August certain seamen of be taken rick; bilious..

unlawful for'any passage captain or other, person orpersons nmn liflillCH.: : C to dwell.. We might reasonably bar seman to show that.no other than the eore- the North American vessel -Defiance, 'at an- These art all doing well, the disease'baring
chor at the Chineha Islands ilfe.11)n.' of Tbia
medical attention.
readily yielded
that his *.
expected uld
hainrcbrp of teasel Excellency,w at Jeasl riegn 1
any ; or Tea : authority a nation has the power to the birds which'produced the"guano. As wen of yeUcvTbrcr.eQ th*

M1t 'otmne the SL .John'River, to\discharge J'A C r 8 ON. ,V. I LL! 'E:, bare, touched a, little on .the. Tariff"to declare war-that'Mr;. Ingraham baa done that is severely prohibited in the Islands, the, same two'a.,ia .' ,.a*.wiH MO by
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any atone; .gravel sand; or otherb.llut memorable:: aproper:.topic 'of !discussion", that thing on 'i*'own boek," and hence commandant of the Peruvian sloop-of-war reference' t ou'Ot :
into the said Hirer I
that '
of oaid.Rim be.obstmcted,ao the thereby.DaY; Thursday, November 3, IS 3., during the Canrass fortified on one side by violated the law of nations. That is pretty Ltbertadj a captain of the nary, .Don IgnacioNariatecni -. fatally tai i m. .
gtboa ,. who ia i of the I* Sam ***' bur retaraU
that voluminous which governor )
book
Sac *. Be it frrrtAer'eaaa4 That before scrap in :ourimrginatiou much the substance of the '
,
G.*..8r..ea.'e Swag.. I protest landS 'ordered 'th* seamen to, b* pat tor souL the wnlna* 84,'" ap-v
may captain --or" other person having i ia ao intimately associated'withthe .! .,,Mr.. -Marcy, in short--no,. .we.sb old. say. t.e ty-Iourhoara.in the Bans,the place of, p.&r.'no'danger:in... having

charge'of any vessel entering the St.John's The measage of the Governor elect of this 'candidate.for office*:that .e'ca.n;hardly ill a tremendously Jong drteumeat=attempts punishment for sailors. ; w* advise aboaat, .. '
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hirer, can aiirharge any ballast, be or they Stale,which we copied our.issue oj the direst.. it Lam the candidate ia 0&.. The 19"face up".mil this, and in fact pretty'.well ,The captain of.the Defiance.appeared to ,to remain away till w*.bar a froot 'II'J
the permission of the Board of 4 Most of the .> in bar ,
.h obtain demand hie seamen, and did so in dtecoun port preferred 4."
Pct Wardens of the port of Jacksonrille, 13tl.uli:, I* almost unobjectionable in ,its unit of proprietywilLhstrikingin either does 10., .He'aVI tbere are ao';treaties between OUt and ofiensirc term Hia'c1&im beiug lightennc their goods to,coming u>' New :

&kh Board,cpoa such application shall ton and language. It potsesse*.also what case-but in both perhaps it might bare .! Austria and Turkey which confer on refused, be returned, accompanied by several Port. There is, nevertheless, coBsiderablfMickness

.4eskaat*(at] what place the ballast may in'these days is regarded a peculiar: .virtue been a little more uniform. the former.the right to claim or seize ;political other captains his countrymen, and in an on shipboard: .not wore', however
)fa discharged.. actual tumult wished to compel Commandant than usual at this season of lh* year,
ia
inaugural documents-brevity- refugees on the soil of tb latter and
although
The Election IB Georgia. *, ,
deliver Tb brit Gen Wilson the only vessel ia.
Sme.3. Eeetff&er emoted 1bhhould _. Naviategui, to. up the, seamcn.
die Governor offers excuse for prolixity on quotes wsuaaln this a. clear avowal i which calD.tONeW Port ha lost her
captain .r ,.&er person or persons I' very The Commandant says that h*three times port .
soy The late election in '
'
bariBgcfeatgeof, ay vessel or craft navi- the few most important topics to ,which he Georgia-bal 'resultedin from an English minister;(Lord Palmeiston, used verbal instructions and courteous means, I captain, and 4 of ber ma are till sick with.

fating enid River, discharge or allow to be refers. The message devotes attention only the'success of H. V.JobD.,. for Gorernor I think as I only write from a recollectionof to persuade the captains to retire,and to desist the frr. They are mending '

discharged from the vessel or vessel which by 348 majority; and the election of from the outrage which they committed A-sailor has died on board the brig Wa- .
to the subjects of Common Schools the .In the terms of the correspondence:)-That cissa.
be or they may ban in charge any ballast two Whip and six Democrat?to the nextCongress. against his authority.. These means proving '
said Hirer the ; dians Internal Improvements with a, brief Austria refused to surrender Turkish're he ordered the in ,, A sailor on board the brig J.G.Anderson,
into contrary to provisionsof ,will also iDe ctual troops hi.
this Act,he or they so offending shall be reference to Federal affairs,'in which much The Legislator pre. ngees upon Austrian soil, upon the groundof b and t employ. : repel who cam into port sick, ill nowsaid to

bed a mom act exceeding one hundred dollars satisfaction is evinced at the_ selection and sent a majority lor the Democratic party of the admitted inviolability, under 'the law the captains. It is certain tl one of them have the yellow fever. '

to lie imposed and collected by the Port SJ in the Senate, and 16 In the House. As nations took a bayonet from a and then the There are reported to a* two case* of yellow
course of President Pierce. Every citizenof of of political fugitives in countries fever the head of the Wakullarirer.
others made use of their arms,so that ass near
Wardrtt of the Jacksonville and all the Democratic in the election
port the'State will unite heartily in secondingthe party comprised not their own: That .Kosta had made a era! of the were .-WaJniUa Taut, 19I& ult.AH .
UM collected shall constitute a fund to fusion of captains wounde.
op heterog.neoulelements.
a
be applied under the direction of the Boardof desire of the message for the, perfectionof formal Declaration in this country of intention -' The Peruvian government, lon as ladlaa .bl..

PortWarden for removing obstructions a school system, to the digest of which the former Union men coalescing with former to become a citizen, that be was trarel- they b knowledge of'the enn. sent a '. -

to be navigation of said River: Provided I several successive Legislatures, np to the avowed secessionist and oltraists w* had ling on private business, under a passport officer which the the 11d'to mal. inquiries Workmen have for some time past been

1ottn;.That the provisions of this Act ; doped for the election of Jenkins by the from the American in Constantinople ca engaged in digging away a portion of the
late session of the bare Charge fajfaire -
last directed their While this was the Captain of
pa-ing Bl at-the lower of the Bay -
shall not jVerentany captain or other part preparatory
person union of all the truly conservative elementsof
and the American Consul in the Defiance the Chincba with
or persons baring charge of any vessel or efforts. Tbe school law exi.ling'p"'rnious let Isl. to laying the foundation .for a.stone
vessels t&m discharging his or their ballast to tbe last session was somewhat Complex Georgia-at least by the co-operation of Smyrna;; and it ia broadly assumed, upon bit .YeYI while ", wall, which the City Council intend to arect
all the Whig of that St&1t.V e bad hoped without,any ill intntio'n, fired a cannon,and in order. to preserve the blofffrom :'inrthtr
upon any wharf, or into any lighter, for the and elaborate, and its provisions; were modified cited authority, that American, nationality as that was infraction of the
of being deposited the shore to see the party of obnoxious principles so other a new Regulations destruction. day .or two ago a portion
purpose upon and no nationality, attached to him
and condensed at that session, so to the Peruvian demanded
as
without the permission of said autboritie of the earth caved in, and exposed the remain
obtaining
effectually prostrated in 1850, kept in that from the fact of such declaration and that the of the fine in' such fixed
.Board of Port Wardens. be of more easy practical application. ; payment r of a human being,no doubt an Indian
SEe. 4..& further enacted That all Tbe Governor evinces 'no disposition, we position. But it has resulted otherwise, and even aliens residing in a country, whether by the Regulations. The captain 'of the who had been 'buried in a coffin'constructed
we bare no pitons lamentations over a result Defiance said be would the firing,and of bark Toe bark found
repeat pine orcedar was
fines imposed by this Act are hereby made are happy to understand from our readingof declaring their intention or intending to .become '
double fine it
recoverable before the' Master Wardens of which cannot be changed. Still the I pay a and was necessary 1 in extraordinary *fat* of preservation,
but evidence ,
the of bis in reference citizens giving of a residence force
portion message to employ to prevent him. The Captainwas and cone fined a human-skeleton.. From the
said Board before Justice of the
Peace in this or State. any the Indians, to sacrifice or endanger the Democracy of Georgia bar not much to in said country,attached to.themtelres sent t Callao, a prne in his own size and form fte'tkoll :the remain are

growing interests of the State by his construction exult over in their meagre 348 for Johnson, the nationality of that country, and hence vessel, to be tried there.All supposed to be thoM of 'a female. ''The**

when it is remembered that their triumph i'i. under certain circumstances were entitledto this has given occasion to an ecbang bone bar 'ro doubt 'retted .D: the place
AN ACT to amend aa Act entitled an Act in relation or action upon the Indian bill of notes bet ween .the Legation of
discovered of
Limber and for other over a divided foe. where they were. upward a
to Batted adrift its protection. This is'somewhat the
passed at the last session of, the GeneralAssembly. ted States and the Peruvian Minister for hundred
porpoees.WHCKUS In the it found the Scott years., .
canvass was
tenor of argument of course with many Foreign Affairs
of the Hirers and Water In reply to some'comments of
Courses,in Many this State are now being ex- the Floridian and Journal in April last in Whigs, many.of them would but support omitted points. Upon the issue of disavowaland The Peruvian government,awaiting EPISCOPAL MissxoMiaT Soctc t.Tb
Jenkins-on*of the leading Whig for the result of the investigation remove Episcopal Missionary Society hlei:* meeting
tensirely used for the of floating presses satisfaction, and the threat of Com, '
purpose which President Fillmore censured for
was their officers at Chineha, or to judge theCaptains at New York, on alai occasion at
Timber Lumber and and formerly for Scott) was throughout the
down Logs ( Ingrabam Mr. Marcy.says Com. Ingraham
pursuing a "fiddle-faddle" policy towards implicated in the affair.-N. Y. the Church of Ascension corner of Fifth

during their progress down stream eril-of tho Indians-we took occasion to not, that cannas opposed to him ; and the Democratic had private and reliable information that, .1.1." ? avenue and tenth street, over/which, the

disposed persona hare taken posession triumph is after all only over those despite his inquiries as to the citizenship of venerable Bishop Meads of Virginia, pre.
and claimed with all the show of
or remuneration the
arrested a salvage precipitancy by ma. .
Africa.It sided. The edifice was thronged, .and addresses -
who arrayed themselves as Union Whigs cub En.lnd.aat
and while those
for under the Costa inquiries were pending
so doing, prorisionsof '
jority of the last Legislature, in unnecssari- were delivered by the Rt. Rev. Dr.
an Act in relation to Rafted Lumber with small accessions of Democrats who and Kosta was confined on the Austrian is said that Lord Howden, British MiD late of Madras amt Deacon -
Bishop ,
ly superseding by a new act a former law Spencer,
drift approved February 10, 1834 : thought the principle involved in the Union brig a plan -was being arranged secretly ister to Madrid, in June lat, mad a treaty 'Sic.clair, of.Middlesex, England. 'Tb.
for raising a regiment in of urgent
ease necessity -
Therefore, name were still too vital to be surrendered to to transfer him to a 'steamer, /which with Spain, by which English cruiser are .o Rev. Ernest Hawkins; 'Prebendary of St.Paufs .
the provisions which would have permitted to land men to search the plantations London, England the Rev Mr.
SECTIOH 1. Be it entitled That the ;
old
tc. I party organizations.Deatli him to Trieste where. h
to *
was convey on which slaves are
first section of said act shall U ra amended applied to such necessity as well as the Cob. SUlp Casswell,.and Bishop Medley, of Frederick-
would hare been inextricably in the clutchesof ted to carried from slavers. '
of Floridian In California.A ben Ion' .
and hereafter construed that no person or new one appointing the commanding officer,
other than the Austria. Finally Mr. Ingraham is justified Howden, it is Dowr riD upon the After the reading of the Minutes'the Foreign -
persons owner or owners, or considerable caution was displayed in certain .
of Apalachicola Advertuer Government, with of
correspondent Spanish prospect Cutumittee made. ,their .report., The-
their shall hereafter and the delnaDd'for disavowal and
appointed agents, arrest, ,
reservations of the new act. We then success, a by which the English Government missionaries
take of such sawed encloses to that paper r extracts from treaty large addition to the number of
star or pose any satisfaction is declined. The correspondenceis
withdraw ber
offers from '
cruizers
Lumber in rafts hewn Timber, round SawMill aid : California papers giving account of recent t the la it year; requires a corresponding increase
all couched in a spirit of diplomati amity. the Coast of and permit any number 'of contributionswhich has.not been
Logs or Spars before the same shall It is wortby of note, too that in the very encounters of the whites in California with Cab
of slaves to they shall
bare reached the months or outlets of such section of the Indian bill which the Floridian The case certainly involves a grave issue, provide sufficiently 'realized, and embarrassment ia-

Rivera and bare passed out into the open quotes in its article, there is a proviso the Indjans. The Advertiser correspondentwrites taken in connection with the fact that Austria b made Emancipadot be in years the Island,,and that at apprehended.' unless the benefaction'of the-.
Com
Sea or Bays where they empty their waters which affords a very wideloophole" for all : alaYry.bal abli.he Church are promptly.nlarpl. The
has addressed a formal protest to the The Times !
years. number
mittee have than double the
under the penalties imposed by the third newly-inrtalled functionaries who, despite No doubt many of the old residents of ffty confirmed more
of the conductof that the by letters missionaries within the two The
Europe against
says years.
great powers past
section of the act aforesaid. their professions might wish to pursue the Apalachicola remember Mr. Asa Colburn, from Havana dated
Sec. 2. 1k further enacted. That all per. non-action. policy towards the Indians, to ("Old Cob*) I met bim in the mine some Mr. Ingraham. Perhaps the "Gordian just which received state that Mr. Crawford, th O br 1, receipts to 15th June 'last amounted'. to-

sons floating Lumber or Timber down the creep through in impending cases of operative time ago, the same Old Cobe U ever, with Knot" however, (which the Dural Demo Consul there procuring',' letra Eglis I I $4250089and'lb.45. From that lime to expenditures the 1st of October,,
w
of Rivers Water Course responsibility. From the clamor tbe the addition of a long beard and
current Streams or
very grey cracy used classically to say Mr. Casa cut prominent persons urging this plan, order the $8,515 89, and the expenditure-
ia this hereafter Floridian has kept against the Governor, mustaches straddling a well fed but otherwise recepts
State may adopt a par up with his 'broken sword' is renewed by to send to England to fortify her in 36. The i is and
) a de long replete
__ __hr $11,708 _report
ticvlar mark brand or stamp,to be used and for that bill, it might bare been thought diminutive California male, armed with asix mends ojiam. no"7 Bnush bad I
ou with statements of the interest concerning
aIM applied on all such Lumber or Timber, that it was a measure framed to Aye the shooter, (Navy size,) a bottle of "old late news item which I see copied from so been on the coast for a month,cnlCr and slaves I labors deepest and f success ia A

to distinguish and designate their ownership State from ruin, and that the Governor's bald face," a huge plug of tobacco, and, to good a source as the National Intelligencer were landing in crowds. various quarters missionary of the world .

thereof, and such person or persons so failure to execute it was the precurser of the uninitiated the all-important a pack of riz : that it has been the intention of Austria We do not believe that the Govern .. --'

adopting any certain mark brand or1fDp that ruin. But one single word in tbe pro- the papers-he said b*wu travelling for the to consent to the release of Kosta from ment wouldconsent tb any Brit. arrangement In the late Protestant Episcopal Convention

shall make record of the same with the visa we refer to, it will be seen, gives the good of bis health, and for the instruction of as .suggested here'and we think we in New-York the' presiding Bishop;

Clerk of the Circuit Court within the District new Administration a chance at "fiddle-fad the bops in the mystery of counting twenty- the hands of the French Consul, (wherein' know Mr.; to state THOMAS CHDRCB BaowMxxx of Connecticut,

,de&ribing it particularly, and it* DUal die" policy for an indefinite period.. They one. Alas poor Cobe! generous honorable he was placed temporarily by mutual, consent that he' 'CrwfonweU.enougb ofcialy, though in the terms ol tbe canon in such case"mad

mode of application and any person or persons were to bare a chance to coax and treat, and brave he died fighting the sarage foes of, the Austria and American, commanders long connected DOt the { of Cuba, and provided pronounced Lam SiuncmIres

who thereafter shall fraudulently use and use means of removal "othemisf- than of his country. Peace lo his ashes.I for the reference' of the question. to consent to any such plan robbing Africa of.Nartb-CaroLina,,p facto deposed
said mark brand or stamp,or who may alter, by force before it became incumbent on the lately met our old resident. Hex. S., G. of her children, in order to make a legion of to all intents and purposes, from the office ofa
deface- or.destroy the same, shall, noon State td take tIN task in band. Tbe clauseis R. D., of Eufanla, and Capt. E. A., of St. their governments,) provided he would' return Slaves' from ten to fifty years in"Cuba.- Bishop in the Church of,God and from all

proof thereof be deemed to be guilty of larceny as follows: Joseph, all well. to the United Slate.;. oi that be was England has 'abandoned a* hopeless the the rights, privileges, powers, and dignities

,and punished accordingly.Sec. "Prodded, That the Governor shall sot commence The.affair,of about the 25th of August detained on a charge of _stealing the regalia idea of keeping Slaves from Cuba by means thereunto pertaining .

.3.: Ee further enacted That from ratO actual the operation 4th day of*tcithin Mar next the,Indian and not boundary until in which Mr. Colburn lost his life, is thus Hungary; and farther that now that that of two or three vessels on the Coast. The
and after the of this act it shall be
passage ke u mtifftd that the 'GfnenU Oovtnuntnt hat mentioned in the Ala California of San regalia has been recovered'Kosta is to ,be whole' Ct Squadron there.a the CBxvAtica Hctacruxit."There .ala
lawful for owners of Lumber-or Timber dder uoed not to remove said indians by force Coast ha very practiallr Son
Afric I. those, says Ion of the Baltimore "it
floating down Rirers or Water Courses, to or OTHCKWISK." Francisco: released. If so, that will.e an upshot to for of'_the Slave trad*. seems,-who'credit the '"a,that Mr.

make use of floating booms on such Streams This proviso is the one of which GOT. "The Indians and whites bare bad an engagement the diplomatic powwow.It -1.,Y.E. HuUemann went t.Albany,the day after the

for the purpose of securing such Lumber or Broome now justifiably avails him- in Rogue River Valley,near Jacksonville is worthy of remark that the Intelli- publication of the Kosta eonupoadeac,
very
Timber .from loss: Provided 'always, That and after fighting for orer three '
self. "Hostilities". bare certainly not yet grncer comes out with a leader against some .T.b Ut.the, Cberk au. for th* express purpose;of ntracdnr'ltbedemand '
the said booms shall sot be used in such hours the whites were compelled to retreat.Botb of Austria 'and Mr
begging Mares
been commenced by tb. Indian* and it is suffered much loss. of Mr. Marcy'a positions fact which will Several had '
Banner as to cause any[unnecessary]delay .; parties days ago we a account, to accept an explanation and to tak*aTocztaT
1a:Boats and Vessels .engaged in the .nan- certainly a very difficult matter, as,the message "Amongit those that were taken prisoners hare weight even if the drift of public opinion copied from the Van Baren Intelligencer, ol back to his domicile ia th* United.State*.
'felioa of such .inn or Streams aor be Asa Colburn of Jacksonville, who was the atrocious murder Messrs Adair,in
remarks, to ascertain that the General was go.with: .the administration's Secretary. oft I The'rumor Improbable and abeard.:Jt'i*
permitted to; remain atrgicbed ont upon or butchered in a ,0101. horrible manner, bis instance in which the Cherokee nation of. over one much more likely) that the Chivaherhastenedto'inlarm

across such.1lilra or Streams any longer Government. has "determined- not" to I remOTe legs being cutoff; his entrails, taken out There u.is certainly. signal. .. hundred men. The Intelligencer. ,- the 24th. Mr. '.Marcy that andcr i th* tent

than u absolutely necessary to secure their them., The' commencement. of .hos ,and his body. shockingly. mutilated." the United States has evinced Its disposition alt says: of his instruction,be was.obliged wok his

Timber or Lumber from loss; and any per- tilities.was the other event which by the .not, to,riolate .the law of nations in. "This bloody workwas'.only the beginning passports Tb* fact i* that Austria must,
-
lOG or person who shall malieibusly turn new law, was to be the signal for 'orderingthe Tlw Koeta Case.. I countenancing interference of our people of,the.end, contemplated by the actors. at length, accede to the principle of repnbicanism -
boas aucb boom boom, to A number of the Adaira and who
cat or
or away tbaIothe United State bar bag
conneton *o
the injery and loss of the owner or owners Brigade into the field ; and.in that event The following references to the Kosta with their institutions in tbe.case of Cuba. weir marked for similar 1e;1 this |and swell taught her,or withdraw kerau

of Timber or Lumber contained or held by we hope there is not a man or a press in the case composed part of a letter,.written soma.weebaio. There the facts were that our own citizens- Stat anJ hare taken'rau;among I eitnzena. i from this repoblican athooL: We should **

sack loom or boom,shall deemed guilty local authorities own dearly beJ.oved.and cberi.bed6 s <* *
State that would embarrass the from.Charleston bat did not our orry.to Tos Mr. Hatssmana.gaie'bat wo
of a misdemeanor, and on proof thereof, inconsistenciesor ; werefqund engaged i in aiding overtly to "W..bayf' been 'j"informed .in a reliable cnneratulate ollraefTu.\haI.ho will) :r*%
i by evil.upon apparent bare place in oar.icolamnl; at the time for 'mob' i i may
hall b fine at the discretionof ; '
punished a e.IDoab(: turu lo Europ well instructed in'th* views
Cuba and taken in the act .
antecedents. Upon the other. point, we revolutionize ; wn'n ,
the Coon And shall also b*, answerable want of space. Since they were .penned to oYr two hundred of Jt99 gureramcnta.", :

ia'a-snit for damagerto* owner or own bar tno.ledge.that the General' Gorent- we bar bad intelligence of Kosta''release, they.had to pay the penality of .their sad three par iei to the'residenceot Jt .will 'b* remembered 'that .CheralierHalsemano '

en thereoLSBC. meet have'"determined"-not to Jean the and of erabarcation for the United States. undertaking. Upon no plea founded in law Messrs Thomas Bigley; Lafayette, Adair Jbtcua*'*.'?--netfW altee ikodiplomatic _
.4. 3'it further enacted: That the and Wm.,.Foreman, who fartunatelf beard '
could did, /_vernenent present ,a .:dreeingwbiek h* received.athf
Indian under of or our
any assurance permanencyin : the Adair in time make '
of to
murder '
contained in this act shall of the oW
applyto Th
Mr.'V
provisions of *
t .hatvd gen
who take interest
the State-bat '.renewed ,etl'ona'lOCCt Those of par readers a deep claim for their release-simply because; When called as principal .
all BaJa; Inlets and Creek within the upon their escape : upon.. tleman's nerve were is shocked on that oecasion
8ta. '* them out For mere' 'factious or party in the leading political events of.|$* whatever disposition the tribunals i .ofr Spain _chief.of the, 'nation, ;to cause these parties that be lost all control of biawetf.." Hobaurtled

Szc. 5. Be:it further enacted. That all purposes we shaHnotcarii at_this either- times doubtless take such papers.as can: afford cbose to make. ;of ,them, Spain bad- ,the ,law trbe' alpr the lee atieate& and MK \V:b.ur-unlilth. latler ''wa .

parts or portion of any act of ad conflicting although to see quite a*..much to reprint tie.long political documentsto of nations on her side and we could, make that a property :the threatened compelled U 4eliar'his visits wheq tbs.
with the true intent and meaning of this we expect' which modern often gives. birth: in behalf of the parties .be p otd.Mr Rf1 -i Chevalier r sought rIi.f.iD t:'* ..i of
progress other appeal* revolution-
"fiddle-faddle" in the mean* adopted as so no ,, 1.iketbesaawitbtb.-ibrklegbi .
act, b* and the ame re hereby repealed.JbtTeeo ,1npr te travel:;
delt
: terribly shocked'the sense of propriety 'of Such journals are now copying the letter of r1.ittim than upon,;the eni and:clemency they refuted t diJr.w lan .wandered orer.ta*country:visiting Charier

Comptroller our Tallahassee cotemporary.. Upon a Mr. ;; to our Secretary of State, of a friendly nation.. 'These, .are theca &time the principle toil,; ..Mobilr;'NewOrkVs 7lDnd sad

; aadlt and iloMa pay B.Hopkiai ifcort inrtke and otben for their top question which'is in the stage of discussion, asking a disavowal tad satisfaction from ;' s: in which. jt. ,aeenu_ to'. tne right of i Two to pat or down.three this hundred intectin*'warfare.:;'a: underarms iavana wtich.bi.with th ltamd* moat.astorisbiagrapiikti to Austria and did

1fIL Mrriees iadebndiac the frontier U ilw year, it becomes every,press in the State. to.; ex this government on account of the. late. KOala custody and infliction :of' punishments' bidding'defanceto( the J_aalhoriiies. ,, .after noL wb.lir; *.,trust bnascffafaia ift'tiM; ;.

air at the, portof Smyrna' .in the Med- warranted-thatt. of in the commission refuse pine. to th* : ,
Be it resolved frc.., Tbat the Comptroller press an opinion,a*jt doe every man to capture fa as to 1 up present Uaite4 Sans'uitfl after theieathof ;Mr;

,otthia State b*and foci*.hereby directed to entertain'one; sad with, reference 'to the< terranean.. Mr. Hulseman admits, that Mr. of oftrtact'-ob.the.aoU threatened- with .'sheriff;'Although they bar agreed to surrender .webster: W* think with Io4 i ic i ia moro.

wit 'and ,allow Hopkins one hundred Ihole! and we'belieye' Kosta was taken'possession'of through .th* insurrection. Does' Ihe;right to seize 'a .to the ae..ber. o.come i.ot.ole than probable that b.-will. deound'hi*paas
interests of the ,, a* Consul on the ;it; f. I: pon;>but, w*;shall; .* diaapporated Hb*
till month wbil in actual the Austrian, .at the
dollars of in revolution
fifty instrumentality partjcipatod
per who has ,
and to audit acxidance with the sentiment. of a majority, man thitr ibesemeii. ., hung, if. they does knot ginsbuaselt.aaotber;: -'alfHlC ia
atrrk Indian eat
,aaa allow aspecial Oscar Bart, Artier Cina, TbomW. of the people ot this section: ,'.we arei opposedto Smyrna eren though J>U 'transfer to 'the of a State, and who lies escaped ti anotherpeeviilatill I hoad.te'convictedscasis two. '' .\n the**part before,b.'takes his fiod.laveottheCountry..dpcioseicolQ.ddssr'ffnier .
; of ':$ worwa*by tort ''theja :of.flee side.. .-1-"
eren.oqder
Austrian brig -war. ; tbe'DoDteir :.
am .J. ws,John Hopkins sad Algtr- oar.Slate taking the snit ative of war :to .
of and hired ruffians,'who in the conveyance existence of treaties f fAreinq!inch:trades ., .
and'aUowancee .
by
Spear, ;in* pay Indians, fromthe -country albeit ; -- F ,
drrr the ; i .
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as.ktUt The Natchez (Mis*.) Coarier, treating tf .mH"tfi. -
Kostainto i Brit'-'piio ,rGua 1'.
".at.irhre in actual -n_;and the of from the land,to the.vesel eat. ; themselreaViolalire of ftho. l 1
to torsa'rrot. for we yield nothing; eves to expressions Kosta 'bad 06 "'ha'b i rot f the President Pierce liis'triicpled ilowctbepromiae"4 called atoiaetieeiberish 7 :
$* w nat oa : to the_. :He claim too that of common jasticeivwhich,;' "-'
Gownofamenagela bnr'anxiety .ritSoii,, .
a the. removed. wish right inlnrkish. erritbry; *il aving.a*;>' common Uw in a Stale/is also t the basiV;Df'interaatfoaaibetween meanof'D4iataw4pi, fsverro Gafreotua MrrHaf JvmnaAl:'". .,;
:Our first the .
p'jwikr.vwefretf, ?'hat the CorapHfiJi' bare tbr,Indiana: ' "' '' :; \- .. ; .
signed proinisewith'Koisntlti'nevermove Slates .Itwchclaims I. say ; aKs.Hagrhor'.;Yoek'ao; 'ltid" {
alleged S' ,
interests East
r r allow to 'Capbfio is the growing of Florida :vain Y
J .I1..1t.- Aaron to see to TetnrVto>ai arritotf; # .wleased.I ; '> and such ueatita.are tArtiarous'andpuss"teral'1 Ii ;.mi Fti may 6etataniiced in t GalvaatoRynrtriy't ro.'J..v, or < 'i
.)they wUi
and '
; 'tT'AIet
till more'prmnoted. expanded ; Bt'saya conducting tMi'9+t: .._
though
; iteatiaweip.Aostii&and wholiii tiKw.1
""=1p..1 the: owe they HWll1iiU be, wn w(*.the:plague I AIsortht.. certam.. .'< .", -tz. : 1hait'f elPectnponi'aua'" ; ;" ;1 three 6y" g 'Pr" oiateeciw o
.$. rr .si ikt1ravpe I. W niPif time'b Aalfoweato ,7 key entitle> >rmer Jo.ihefPrii; 7arteited,fbi Jf1 m his.WI.." ..gOVerne ." ware for,acq.ae' J-Cooffookjot, rwhoriidoiiwiU :==={.

.. 101$14N lie ssi4tT .r tMJdiai, ;.i a..ii 'waloa.ro leii' h' tak". ''nti,Fj' i !refugees tram. ... : .y.a )'ialiirteiiee deel- 'SSrte uY.Foote a..bbe'kof w e ...tariea .J '1.II.

-R' .'M.wark. ;, ia'bts, ,__.. '" : .t..W m rlWO* 4? ibM. ) >
JIHC .. .' -.'" s' ': the lane[ dnt sad"ihaiin. .view>f"Uieae Date toeitizeufchip-i-&C.J.vw&er,Mitethey. ip.1 "!
"t. .t. PsJtu \ kma'we
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opmsonro,_ 1O.har.
vrhiihp'thss ..he ,6 '
iii < e. .
.., ..i,. h.l'ii ", taixanrz1i! :J 1Hfa ?** tikes'iattbrti ayeo.asa',4d .uiewittt.bier{ ,;have LWCWM, *""y.rr ;JlarrucllsaDaar--tlCar'eBae"Fa' tPutaawi4
I.has : }
.." ; '' :. ;forJ1Yori1': 4.At i ilanq r* : and not. those JJ !fem;Mass hu gnneunoedno
bat
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I _"1' i.i.d'f.'i._.II _, ...;.A,- PIlI .e :' nIM'j'Dft to another country oai b..n.mlaYr b., the public' thttabe hu'adopted be.truf
he" ia afainat Uie.coanr ,
I tth oxirentiea, a"J.1.J.9- : aoin i found; .arma ', sion of a barber and.wilt take tie bfi f oCtaUatf .
\. d the Compromesaud::
i ; tile .npr.resistacrio
1' ;1; 1 g; li IY7rwboltf.li'! : .:r f"'.IbP r k! '; k's J f fC er ac ', a"! ing_ ,f ,". ,.. V -'-'<'. | a>'chia*'at'*a otut. tao i
n' !""f" .
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fnattkt IfaiAMgtM UmoulFlorida The V ; V V VV V MIPI'SWARAND Mfte'asaoCr.&TI
II'D UTOX.SOXLrE V Pursnxoa lfoii'sp cia1me tiEg,
4 *;. ,tcteJ,jerbapethV1ome lfeelinxOB ;V 3PtieCountf; '4c V $ '

; -. jibe partof the friends of: the re ecti.v. .. v atPjt. -*"-1. r.4 !1or wcrproecDt ,.p.fl2.j; rilliE Stadles ofthi,bmgi
8it tatdon _w Lb.
,An election was held throughout this : }J ciididateeCTeate_ anr &, & jiliy OJ'A : : and Terms of tb1tiitboapanue4. FiMMomdsye oct4lber'eL
4t
*.V t -- > >- {*\ --jr VVYIVVtbebigAssociate -isTi V* Tueaday .
Station, tha Silnitant tot a chief justice Jeetncd to ,
Councilmen
end tO' aocIataju8tic s of the supreme Thursday; Norember 8, 183.' poetessany"cfiaaee"of 1833; for thefpurpc -eipreAwg .jrnbtc : 'l'be Englmsfrbranel fr $

court, and for other important local officers.' ; jtlee n.t The electionof.CirMrt opinion; relatffe tcr Ihe fe.mova ofinairiing wn
It appears that party lines were strictly adhered "c'We regret to perceive, by sa notice JnN ; ;Judges, toq, jiiad itt DeanfJg upon Seminoles and other tribes of Indfans business in consequence of'there not being at the Institute, to Pupij 'I.

: lo, and that the democracy have generally the Ocala i/irror,. that Major GAIKCS and this result.' There were four Circuits :in living South Florida. <** !! ) ,.;*
in *
now -V'
'I ;_ .. 'reeejved an augmented vote over the his partner propose to cell that establ'shtnent. the Wist a Wing' !elected without ?PVV 'was'caUe'd 'to'thTchalrj anef a quorum present. -SepLfl. ti V V V
, i-_ last congressional election. In the eitjroT5L I Judge Wall Attest:: 'j.H.H Bonus,
this *
Varoe both
OR010- and ouoty ofSu Joh%V, We shall insert the notice next week. position. In the Middle Thomas Chase appointed Secretary. ..,tuaCicr1of.Council.," TAOA
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.- with a solitary'exception, every democratic .. with which have been doubtless getting a iarge,.Dempcratic, Tote *u 'V Honor Judge Lancaster"was& :%called! l onto V D IU BAXTER, Dental
slip we ,
the politely nentl bested
's.
candidate was successful. We extract and perhaps causing-Whigs jn return' to .TRIBUTE OFRESPECT.ALACQUA .
.*Mft- a-f fojloxrint','f mm"the democratic pres* of St. vor/d by the editor of the News, from vote forJPembcraU Supreme Associates.In express his views whatever to thTs ,question LoDor Ne 20, A.F.M. prepared The to insert, teeth on the a

a The AncWnt of the 3dinsl. last mail of date Baltimore who responded-ia eloquent address J'lori.Ia Oct. 15, 1853. plane patronage of the
Augustine, City Charleston y ,, EasVthere was no Whig candidate in ,NewnaniTiile bcited. Dr. B. j.V .: J .
V > .: These extracts show thai the vote is the 27th ult., we learn of the arrival of the CirTuft ppurjrayingjb.e Jdifivicjtltieaand / At a stated meeting of this Lodge to- the nerves ;cTacBZ teet *y
regarded there as evidence ol! the approval opposition'; :tp the Democrat Sot without pain..
Ambla with intalligence pn. itiveTyV con- under which the citizens of this State labored V V
j ijjfjof the! eourrt of the administration. Florida JnJge.'In the South, there were two Whigs
V. : is of the States as to which, out of the firming the war news from V the East.
Detnocratic'canJidate."Thus'ls
: one *____-_ ..,*_t against the V 4.r4 $ .1dPIak

*.&lisLale, there ha been no little croaking about3be We have only time to, invite attcn.L it as to Judges.i 'As to Solicitors, we- have assembly/lht aageop1cc. V .. Wfcerias, information Ifcatjog"readied ) to Road.
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exceedingly, nr. 1ie
tp.ipK4so ddr :
apotnttnei.ls / V CoIt..Mighee called>ntl 1JV"AX
lose to of aJvensernents elected Jn the-West,1 Middle, and -ibf' thatdeathf lofllrtfotncr in the t-i..tk IWm hereby j'
popular that.'the President would lion the gratifying array new Whigs> t3r toekho14ers hI ill
and recammendedlhat a enliijp 'tvhb*
i dnk
,; V : which In EaStiUV.e&ChVWithV De'mocratic'foppo-: meeng 1lytTh tei'11; Lr3Z1 ,Sf ; to furnish labor '
) fi1 4euengtbthere.: i : in general wef place our -a and materiai.ft

lL Appointments JaSUAiigusl n>i especially* columns to-day. We .should like. to make nent for -whom a' :p>ctlV8tit>ng'effort*tfasmads ofIhecounhies Iflostfntrcste4.-cex lled to left his home n'few Id'aV Indt t the. ;3te *
assailed! TBtseelections tbtlr-viswa cm the eutject'bof theTe 1iaearteercuce, sail "7
at A.havabeenthus of nature though vie admit the ilectiondidAdi press toady tb t nth W tbela 'I'LV
Special rotice.o( some a peculiar j ,
/ tell different storyV-4 ; .! "w
.* ',- em to a Abe.Indies.. ; 't> t4 Vt 'l' & V

$ni%*,> --- .: jVow j/e[ Ancient" City. isiitii bin"roust'be'contenmo drop'the; reader :n turn upon partygrounds'- it is hereabout' l.itjQr.PjeteroiiJ, caledonresppn4eda: rjotirne iroffo ever rt'h.rf. i'wili S2S3

*. BayJ HaVne, aieetm or King our:anxious friend, the 4Ancentclaim5'IiI"endorsement. :
Broughton, that we! arts'callell
and.nfcigned[ -
VV tUe.idea: bfc'warlinvouri dcoj eorroyr:
*W >* -. rRIGHT DC cp.- Jhe result c f tlie'elec4 ?ire.ets! or 'even along the a hanes,' and ." In the Somb, as war'tohave deprecated unprepared "upon to record the death "of;lro; < Wmj&mgBSKiT
tiorionV 'Alonilay 'last clearly proves the i state, b u t.enlarged on the advantages ,,--IJTlH itlUKldtr
}' tbrough' without our,assis- been'expected!' a Democratic11 Solicitor thhcodiunit > 'i !4ittjE'TWonce
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H;* = raiifyi g.fact that the. democracy ofSt.John's heiwiUibei'put: jlerired,from, the speedy removal ofdians. IWijJi&Jw11icli fc Nifcfcififiirfu.
i. .elected.- To offset!* Stz John'scoitny of its
i
V loss done
mosrt1enanlY
county (nnd we believe of the State) tance. V V ( was V sVie ts.t V sustained-the iiii5 'p& t&lg iimt.i

i uare tree to themselves ami to iheif principle*} '. ," we'll put lu>alwhefcrwe'; m dVThCittZ fls, ttnd ti tbyuiJid
4.
Important.
tinlwjunJeJ"coiifiileucejo V'; ;i Col. Prorenie being"calleiltrnvTe'sponded,
Uruin
.44 %>r that they e ___ eaiil/'elected'all-we had houhitt.
f slnj ,,
pretty ,
V $ 4 1W
HQ. V rV 1V V V saywe ?J JTO 1
and.his devotion the
V the President con-
.i in-
>f titotionawlahe Union.. If the V future of The Washington ffnon .of a l late' date gle candidates \and'we\ wduFd! ihbt'bMhe He was off from nsj.we.,. e, navo cQjasolaUoiii im Is,

.in--* ; the administration coiitrnues1Otxhib'V the' profescstp have strong confirmation of the. least surprised,.if the''factcould; "be Va'sily what state of!fe linjjl: W'tA its passage;'a4' tl2e 'COnsWOUsns8 L1 ,

4V I---; i !amV jiolitical; MgacUy whicli has clmrac- treaty alluded to in the extract on our first ascertained, that the/ Whigs had'a majority verted Ho the'pasthisfory: of IhJs? couhtry: i&tT4&leio marffmfii briber .Lt; 1s1PoqeiihtwptA4.Fs$ Ctaa&,0

v 3/ i terized it, .innagine it will bo.a. somewhat page, from the New York Express, oni the of the county officers throughoutlne State. theinjury.in'allowing the Indians'lS MRialnj; eternaHnW he'avens; tod'ftWMswR" Stf n. >

jts.Tdifficult mailer, for the oppfisiiipn to make iubject of "Cuba, England, and Africa." The 4 >*,< believed that we should 'have5:confidence- has'return d'toTh&GW WhVgCTe ItU' ,at Mw.TaytoV *

,l1S'V i i*n-organizatioii'aRainsi it in Florida that the with Gov.Ilrown. effirts.or.a' I .Wetneed words-howrev;-ifl:this!'our jy; will&abe'bo. then mad k Od.V.LV %54tti5
will tie anywise -formiahIe in its nature. Intelligencer, too, treats statement V Capt.vCaseys, timethat Capf
ihe-heartfelt .
,. V The- vhigs were 'particularly cautions in some gravity. Our exchangesarp filled with We clip the following from the editorial Casey failing-to remove the Indians, theSlate arable ta express --sorrow thiT -,*ck/-- '

IV.. selecting their host ">en for this canvass, comments upon the subject; and we can correspondence of the Sentinel ". diteJ at V V Vi should'aci'promplfy.! iL penenced. every;member:of : V VV51f
Boston' 20lh. The V tr at ihp dcathf f so. good ;a mau ,, 'her. Op 1J1IILB
!
ami, Sept indefatigablexlevo- ;
-. V- iend had their most jiopular rtrongesi only the opinion that the scheme Col. C. T. Jenkrns''was called on'andVresponted ,
names in the .field! and br.ids were uuusu.3 express tion of GOT; BROWN to the'duties of his office K "iT'-'Wl' i '/** .' "" T fore--. ., ,,, : bJtllVoaie.matoto OKJh1 John n the ,

ally indusirious. will be unanimously icsislad hy this country. presents a precedent which his'suc ;say ing he* yqtedfor he late1'actin 'real iz theft:-one Said Aranninz Maxzn&ii s1on S

Great hopes were entertained ,bjr ,the Meantime, there are more indications of an cessors would do.well to follow : V the' legislature lhe* sentiments* 01" the.peo- unfeigned sorrow'y tie sail intIIrgcnee' high, fair eotnpferte ; eefeIs 4 x 3 j.

,>-t* :.wbigs'Before the election of petting up a"iii- internal revolution in Cuba, which may erelong The papers last .Fritay] morning, announced pie ate his\ :' adverted.t-to the privations ic*>i I1 &( the 'of 'the death of 'bur. 'bfpilier "Guilfofd light supposed hair to, m have; bees f ease4 pi ,:blow
of i''J' >!' J.i"! V. kribetweenaJ.nd&seasda
distribution -
; vision .referei.ee to the cause the present wise diplomatists among the distinguished arrivals frontier settlements, and was severe on the Sjches"aticr that wiS j warmly "sympathize' .The above reward wjjl be pai4 &j
official patronage. S in Boston, that of "Gov.. Brown, of Florida of 'the deceased sin and delivery lome: at Jaeksoavdb.
of over slavery to look 'old fogeyish' in the ex Federal Government 'forJfajling'toVemorethese with the widow 'anoTfamily' -': '
V TLe nonsensical cant about 'change pol- The evening prints, however, with'aim eye V rGEO.I1sMm17Y4.

j.... ky' LestoweI upon the administration, we treme. to the result of the last election in Florid, Indians according io,treaty. V jj35 1VBAkiiaxoifDy hJr1 ;

have heretofore not noticed. We have V changed the name to GOT. Broome. They Capi. Sykes th'en'being called on.remark- lEesolved, That the'jcwclsof: this Lodge S Cbar1esio.C.urier.'and Saraan ,. jon ,
bill
ColltctorBronton and the Administration. err to.
been silent because knew the PEOPLE be clothed in mourningrand: brethren; copy a1mttiend ? ftlipffiee;aoct U
we cannot understand this way we have of ed that he wished Gov' Broome, in'the exercise '
were about to speak. They have rendered of readers 4 I had the to find the usual badge forthirty days. Vt V 'I'a1iOjii "" ""
that
'It is known to most our holding over. pleasure of his discretion, would hot wear ,, : .. : .
their decision' audhave triumphantly MIS's' he prevailing! leuds between what are called the Governor in improving health, and the recipient precipitate '.IZjsoh-edj. .That the. Secretary transmit rflhtf9M4 ANpRElYlt
lamed the and his administration, us into war-that he would leave the Indian fiateia
President of many polite and hospitable attentions a'8 py.ofjthe above to the widow of the peneneed mu Cutting and
V the Hards and of the New York Demo-
who in good faith stind on th Baltimore Soft from citizens and functionaries of the affairs the hands of the' Federal Govern land also the JIasoniq nal the citizens Jacksonville and'thft Vieim'tTtait
'platform of 1852. Those who expected induced Secretary Guthrie of theCabinet'toaddress Deceased, to he boa taken the hoase formtrr/belAngiar 4
racy, town. He was to leave ou Saturday, for ment. Hoped that the"Indians could be removed Mr
and bur local for insertion. Thomas Joact-where he is
anything el.'e have been prievlously disap papers, now ready n
lo Collector Bronson, of Saratoga. without the force of arid believed all orders that -entrnated tahinuLHewv.rants .
works.,has arms, L. SCARBOROUGH Sec'y.,
pointed. The President l.y his the Custom House, New York, a letter comdaining The Governor richly deserved, as well as alt suit a'or garments to be fitted and nab
V ehewn his love for the whole country firubj needed, some tiavel and recreation, after the that Johnson's Brigade was insufficient in aa neat stjleaa-at'aajrUier plait i> tit

the selection of the distinguished men that be bad confined his appoint long confinernen and almost constant labors of to remove the Indians.Oit MARRIED, United States.- -" : V V V rV. Vwt,

who compose his cabinet, and then by the ments in the custom house too much to the his official term To say nothing aBout theme motion, it'was V In Colombia County ., on-the 20th of Do: done CCJ-Cnttinr at the shortest repainnj notice.,,and. kmlnz-,. ;-5"win \t

equitable and fair distribution of the offices Hunker or anti-free-soil wing of the party, ntal application and anxiety inseparable Resolved, That a Committee of Five be tober.by.the Rev. S. F. II&LUVDAY' of tbc Presjterian JacksOn'TilIeqctoher ISth,1853., y'Just -

lo thedemocracy, thus keeping all the. members hereby preventing the so much to be desired from an intelligent and proper discharge of ) church, AMOS ,L. DELL-
of democratic party OH one platform bis Gubernatorial duties, the mere physical appointed by the chair to draft Resolutions county, to Misi MARY ELIZA, -second V 'Receivers ,

V of radical constitutional principles; am), liarmony. The telegraphic despatches toil he has performed is very great. I question to be presented an adjourned meeting. daughter of Mr.-Ws: O. JETFiEts. v JOSEPH .T. iiEitsAvr. I2ps
Bold and vigorous foreign have said much as to an expected stinging .u L:* and Tailor- *
moreover'by whether in the four a busi 'M. C. Peterson V
past years Whereupon, Major Capt. In Lancaster, Mass., on the 15th' 'September, A. beautiful lot of French JfroadclothjLtheL
policy, which comments itself to every of the Collector, and it has been a ness man or clerk of the State has been in "
response F. SyfceSjCol F. H. Ederington, Capt. Wm. by the Rev.Mr,PACKARD, CALVIN OAK.Esq., blue, and Green; V T
V patriotic citizen? making our governmental nooted question whether he intended or not his office PO many hours, or consumed so Mrs.ELIZA Ai-PROCTOK Cassimeres, plain'anJ fancj;
of this pjace, and ,
Eubahks
influence felt upon the side of such countries many of them in the manual labor of writing lope[ and.Judge were appointed Vettirgs. splendid styles,,,of different pates,
as are engaged in the glorious amid ennobling 10 reply, Late mails bring, however, the as.jias the Governor. From directly said Committee.V of Lancaster., .; .. J VV which' will be made (* -arrfcr onilwrttiee *-

cause of constitutional government. Collector's letter, in which, comprised in two after breakfast till sun-set, and, in busy On motion, the meeting adjourned, to meet / w.,. ., -DIED, ? V ,and in & manner ancarpaned.LATER. .- .
'
Strange would it have deen if lh democrats columns of other remarks, he informs the times, from sapper till midnight, have been the In Jacksonville the ICth nIt:, GEORGE: .-I have by later arrival received
John's should have at the same place on 19th, at 2 o'clock, on assortment of lleadr-made Coats, such at CQrt
of Florida
ol$t.
V or .in their permitted Secretary that ills new for a Cabinet officer his office hours. Every letter from the Executive P. M. SKIFF,.a native of the Statg of New.Vork.but doth,Light CIothLihZ Cot'iI ULrea BoanoiCoatstee
dust to have been, thrown office has been penned by his own V : "Also a number of'a tete. V
&V V for the last fire resident of
V to give special directions to custom years a thiaplace. '
one
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tyis by whige whose purposes to create hand, and not one addressed to him by ihe Oct. 19tb. The'meeting met, pursuant to The MasonYe hare formilly manifested nS-tf -. *'

:. divisions seemed holly selfish, and .whose louse particular, even if general regulations humblest individual Wall in the Cha7r.V Fraternity '
or on any topic never so adjournment, Judge their regard for this departed Brother j'an
speculations persuaded them that If what they hal in regard to subordinate appointments foreign to his official duties, has remained The Committee reported progress'and ask the deceased' leave'among"! OUr'citizens,many V kFOR SALE. -The PlanUtioa owned sad
they
tnoft desired was being < one. unanswered. From blundering epistle ''fonnerly becTipied br the 'late CCL!.IL
be the most seemly and he adds he never Rome '
succeeded, it would have been accidental ; as by the Secretary of War or the Interior, ed leave to set again; whereupon the meeting friends who, during bis.life,esteemed him for.hi* 1etNTO3U,eI&a1e4 ow the Sl'Jbz',n-

:. V and not on principle. Wt now eland beside sought the Collector's office, "be has no about the removal of the ,Indians -calling adjourned, to Friday, the 21st.' at 2 o'clock kindness of heart an&iiisnysoci4virtue5. The ver, about fifUen mile above Jacksonville,Last

Virginia, Alabama' and Tennessee in mani- favors to ask," and will have ho objection for of correction and P.. M. deep mourning of his surviving partner is rendered Florida, containing about twenty-Mrea aaa twenty pages exposure, near nine hunjrnl'ot which
acres at* ,sad
Vj.:: festlng their reliance on democratic 'principle to be relieved altogether of the duty pertaining or a long argument from Georgia about the Oct. 21st. The meeting assembled! Judge more poignant by the 'subsequent loss of an were cultivated with success by kin,and opei tat rtsTdne -
and their unshaken confidence in our only child- Severe"is the'aSicthm ; but "the
which vexed boundary question, down or up to a ; consisting of hammock and pine bod. It
to appointments
means
,.;.. .. patriotic PresidehU, We are daily growing we cramped, mispelled and almost unintelligible Wall, in the Chair. winds thereof shall .be tempered iothe shorn is eligibly situated, and capable of a big drgnt

stronger; the steadiness and nerve, and bold, suppose, that the high party managers at note, from some poor widow, about bounty The Committee reported the following preamble lamb.'? Ai aIn -. consisting eultiration.of acomfwrUblaDireQiagv.The bnildinge are 'good.&&aider,sai,

straight forward course, i>f the true demo- Washington can take, if they wish, an lands which she supposed herself entitled "and resolutions, VVb1Ch were carried Indianola, Texan, October. 8th, Mf,BER- spa clone and,conrenientlioiiees.i adapted I.alt

craey will always brush from Its midst any office tliat.'went a begging in the first in- to in the right of a dead volunteer husband without a dissenting1 voice',''viz : AIIDO SEGUJ,Jr.,a native of San Anguatin, the purposes of a long staple cottoaplsatatioa,
sudden th'il its Florida, and late of New Orleans-rOpected and
guU may arise to impede together with La grinding house aod milt,sad a
East
stan Dickinson having refused it. or son-an inquirj from North, South, lamented by all.who knew him-aged 34 ,
|>rogiess; useful, however, as a means to Whereas, it is the privilege ah-I dutypf, V years boiling house and boilers, which are rtpahle tf
dear the and consolidate or West, about the chances lor obtaining The deceaihai been ot a few short monthsinonr turning ont from fifty te en* hundred hogsheads
andinake political almnsphert, to Since writing the above, we have the announcement profitable employment for a school teacher every community express their views .on mid.-'t, but commanded esteem of all of sugar. AIoo, eights thousand aeree'g Fins
of faithful
invincible the aimy that the President has removed or a rnud-iimachine--application for commissions any and every public measuref ahJ especial who knew him) and possessed jn an'eminent degree land,' the greater prt of which is well tin ber i,
ones that remain. in the State the Seminoles those -finer.-virtues', which- decorate, and lying oh the St. John's river rand its ,>femitj.
war
"The administration have passe a through Judge lironson, and the letter of Mr. Guthrie upon inter ly on such as immediately concern their' interest adorn human nature. ;Ever kind, and fivithfoi to. *. QT jaico and terms apply tothe Adnnujtrt-
drain
offers the
: the fiery ordeal consequent upon.the announcement that effect has Hermann lo Everglades- and'prosperitya dwheea ,'byan'act hisS duties'as a son, brother husband and tors, ., V V V 'V VV
to appeared. J. rogatories about lands and agricultural resources friend, his loss is deeply' felt in community, Vj WALDI1UflG, *tinnak,
of and delicate t
V its policy the Red Geld, a reputed freesoiler, is appointed -applications for statistics and information of the late Legislature ofthe State of, Florida and suggests to the mind a train reSedtioni V V F. A.I1UTiAMW -

V and difficult tusk of thedistributioitepf office of all sorU-memorials from for it has been made the duty of the Executive making silence more eloquent;than; wonlJ.Tru: V : '-"' St .'Angastise.Mr. .
and have .thus far been tu taiaedf in State to the vacant post. We have no time at ly Death. loves a shining mark.-, v... 1 II N. Joto < irh< is on thr Tunittaa,
after Slate, as the elections have been held present to comment on the humiliating attitude eign toy-shops and manufactories, and missives of this State, undercertain; contingencies J.Indianola EuHttin, 'will exhibit it and the ether land.. rt
on a hundred other subjects not particularly VAt :September 15th, 1S3X tL .__
the to attempt the removal of the Seminole
by PLOPLE. in which the Administration is thus pertaining to his official duties, all Indianola-'Texas, Scpt.2IT' of Congestion .
inuians oy lorce 01 arms. Ana \\vnerea5 of the Brain, MARY BLANCO FLORIDA,. LAND FORSALE.. ;
placed. They.seem to regard their minor have been regularly answered with oldfat.h'bned youngest child"of Agatha and the late.Major J.P. .

The people of Florida have for the first "employees" as holding "ignoble positions' punctuality and politeness. I may the inhabitants of Hernando county, together .* J. O'Brienaged .3 years 10''i ontbe and 7days. fE will offer for sale"' pu"blicaiciia.'sl ftk .f
time enjoyed the and inestimable .- ' '* 'V Y Jackaonrillev oa 'Thor-Jay
'V high without hazard of contradiction
priYileje and attention to small party discipline as pay then, with the inhabitants the other counties December next,.the..tract ,ot Lait beloagmg I.
of voting for their own Judges! that the State will never have a more industrious bordering on the Indian the,e-Ute .of Colonel J,1k 1jatmch,3aZf
territory
While other elections were in their control one of the great principles" they'are committed and indefatigable Executive.Of are more ARRIVALS BUFF1NGTON HOUSr., Dutalcounty, deceased,,'and! known as Best-

V -the rejection of other officers theris the to'maintain. the sound sense, intelligence, forecast, immediately exposed to the dangers an J disasters V clock's Bluff containing about twfchnajrtdterw,

V mistaken, policy has been, to deny the energy, independence and patriotism which consequent upon an outbreak, of the Octohet,29th.,' .D Smith,Fla"4 situated obithdeast sidd"vf gr.John's
J Lewis Fla ACMcCantsFLiNIICorWin.KY about, three wiles ,below. Mandarin. sale between
,
Unfaithful:
celection of.those who sit V Ilepreteiitatlon
to and
V decide their were upon have marked his official career, 'I leave Ind'ans remaining on the Peninsula, and I R tfanljter, do ,* the hours:of.eu.aud' two.'cloek.li lbS
highest and dearest
rights. We We hope those of our cotemporaries who others judge themselves; and fain sure considering thaV the General Government P Babcock dd C F.Bnffinglob; GA.M day i"in front of the Court llouneTeriud'
congratulate them upon the change upon the secret and private judgment of hundreds Laab, Ga- 'ti U Ogiien.-N Orleans known: t atha time'of *ale.*' -'-
V the resumed right so incalculably imporlanU have formed their opinions of the result of of those who have most violently denounced has her agents at this time engaged I in an endeavour P M M artin v.Va tSVbeeIeFLa' V V jACOj.WiCflBfl'V

the recent elections in this State from what borne of'bis prominent acts, are or wilt be to efiect their removal jn a JG Weir, Canada3ht. -,., ,-. ., .-. V V B.A V
peaceable Mrs S C Gto K and Ociob 23. 133;.; 2Z4L Mmini4i
In other States the has Ryan Hy lady, r .
system operated has appeared in the columns of the Ancient reversed, in spite'of themselves. Time is a manner., Considering,, too, that the;.In R n'Sessions.: N C K" -' Ja'cksonrille
veil-honesty,fidelily and ability have char severe alchemist of political quack projects BKmballFl! V 'T-fnjVTood1. do To CmOULAR SAfl1OWIrI
find for their views dians manifest
City, ground altering no disposition to become hostile
octerized the people's choice. We trust ft may and expedients, ft would be fun, just now, -30th' ,V V J Man'ora.,..T % ; 1 I ,. t ZV_ :::'

V may so act in ours in the more correct representation of the to reproduce some of the red hot Culminations if not molested by the whites, but have George Brown; NY V. R EUrdn, Fla, 1 EXPECT to '..be.weeks fef

Onr State, following the example of hu case which can be made We find one of 'against Gov. Brown for his famous, given the strongest proofs of their peaceable ,MFarmerrSC r < H McMuffin'' ,, do (besithevmIUib.wnl ihI *
P Bogardus, N y J Vaughn',' 'do vretI to pntii ovder nJ "ive In8tIrgCi1
.. sister who have lead, the way,in thisigrea" the articles of that paper to which ve.refer letters'in opposition to the Nashville Con disposition that they, have promptly surrendered N BrowardlaVVVVSt.VV.JIlendenori/T doE Ihe ntaeigem nt ci these SVUdStV
;, 'work of Republican progress but acts vention. But let them and R. Graves do J D Mason cut still 18
upon would be into the pass goodbye ,, do cotr ct. 'I wiIL'rrnt them o
V copied, as we expected and all of their.tribes that
the Iheory of qur ,sjfitem of government to the Governor for a clear-headed, warm any : W.CLittteNiVJJr: Wmldri'J" 4o; home power from fite thoasaad t eftkt tatasaMfeef

the tnie basis npon which the noble super Washington Union, and we transfer it thenrtoour'columns hearted,' strong-willed, patriotic statesman, have been charged "with''depredtioris'committed ii A Crookerandlaiy; LMsysl4' ?' > dip.' per 12..hoora according:to.tbe.rneen'

r structure rests-their capacity, for 'with the Uhimft 'introduction V ; thC whitesi of the Ma.V.sCo tract ,ma4e for Iiflft.W11. !
V sclfgovrnmeht. "alf of the olden time. against ; "wh'en'emHnevi : ; : V,, : Jantc4fa\eut etghl thousand feet eri7, *"
V : g This idea,'one. so startling to the tberetotlbatfbur, readers'.maysee the V been'demanded'and> csedr <->!also- V V opifcy tnyself.AlVVWi *nif drawin
VV
world, has achieved"a- success beyond ex- Oclawaha Steamer* V for other kinda of UID4I5CbIThO7 1A1'
V. easapf, the: endorsement of the administralion" thatit! would be
.' 'Jpfctalion, and turned the grim sccff" rooreidisastrous the :: PORT'OF JACKSONVILLE?: 5 aV2q Apv reterenees or informatlan gfl&VC4I1OJ3'*

.4 Kiirppe in bitt.rnes >|pn! the scoffers,heads; >there made out. We have before remarked We do not know that we have before growth and prosp'erityipf the bordering eoun. ;: "V ;. SV .... .. V 5ca? e-

V Batwe do not purpose to dwell upx n, it'origin that no other pa'per the Slate,than mentioned that Messrs. Gray and Lewis ties tp b broken lip rn4tieir', lan ng/intei* ENTERED. V ":2'

and trace ,each new triumph in its the Ancient City has* have introduced & f ikr. ; *
brilliant pretended lojplaimtbat'resuU ;; upon Oclawaha a new eats, which are just beginning to be developed -! 4; 31-SchiMatysod FrafleesIDrtskoN1Y V VVj *. !4 s vAgent. for. George v Page BalUaTo
19 ei
proffress. 'inst3,1S'
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V : The-task is useless v aniV.nncalied. forj and SjX.political! victory} end even Steamer adapted to the navigation of 'that thanit.wpulil Traveller
the FloridlaA'&nd. Journal late'as river.' She built in Charleston -The Nov.Schriosepb lames, SthbaV ?
xo Saturday was : "
vs wilUimply'expreM Ihe, hope, that the maining peaceably-for vcarstq !come. Be L .r-Urig.O1ive.Kelty, Bermuda' : V "V''-" u t, ; ;

-; :day is not far distant whetvia our.Slate,. as lastin"congratulating** "' ji itself---Vmeration oh'an-' enuli.7'rk following notice, which we"take from' the IX therefore,' >l": : f\. ", V V*"-Bris Trnxillo, Mulligan, N. I.V ,, y.( : :. sIJ4S.laJ; Line.Yorkrand V5
it new u in many, tbe electipn vf all officers Democratic.victories"Jii( Penn- Ocala Mirror of the 28th ult. V
we presume Resolved 1st ffia'tthough feef V 'rbroaia d1btr1t 1oflftyOU114IV..t
,
.
W CLEARED. .
A
\villbe given to the people. 1 7J LO Ji' v --* i -* and ,i: : y
Advertiser, -Apalachicolti Iinia, Ohio1 and Georgia, with a credita. has reference to her : V acknowledge the desirablehess'of 'the' fwno- Oct.26rBrIg V Linda,Garrison, -N.J> fto -V' 4i V V." !"

1' val of,the. Indians -V r_Schr' tsrrii1 fl&hr > New ,Charleston
V V bIt' consistency Refrains from any allusion The ne* Steamer'Mianopj'4s expected to V from the limitsof the Jeroliman } V
,
_
State we deprecate '- /'-- Matapopev, Conarj}; ," : s ;|"-J weekly'Steamship Lfli| ,
vet
to th election-in 'Jt'fcitCitfyffien&t arriveat Silver Spring on Monday or Tuesday the.attempt.lo remove
Florida: But Th V 29 Richardson
The Camanches.of Western Te haring / ;-Schr Grecian, Boston a3Yednesday
MS ,them by force, without the existence AVer *'WtofT ever >tnrda|
% lo .next. SI -Brig Tcarttin;King i Kingston,Jamaica. Leaves j
exhausted their see inty'&Jicior'ypjtnin
Mean* of'substance, Shehas.. made one trip"to ..Fort Brook; of a real'necessity the 'employhierit ola'snffitieht V \ after,ibe arrival ofjke Ca
.nd StlJohli's
being reditcedtoasIepeiitanJ starvin county, but in ithe tate.i Let there is 'considerable workto, beMone, cut ,force lo!confln&tier&to 'the "- Schr Philadelphia, Thompson,; Btonr from tbe SouiV and >?et-, *>{

S condition ara aLowc.mg ta the agents oT'V1 us see what are the precise facts In reference ling away trees,'removing logs, &c., between present limits. 1 29r-N.Yi; Packet;Thompson, NYi V '* V OrtJSaivjJay;. $ t?
Hnilcd States Nor. Dido .
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? .GqvenimeiiUhe -Brig SmalJUJamaica..HOLLOWAYVQprrjonrr .
nesto,.seule ernunenlly fear FoVr willing Chad to this eleclionr TheiChief ;Jnsiice and thetw'o Fort Brook and the Spring.:VV 2d,' Resolved doestnol; -That"in our rievr, That the V'V I JIL r The M and Splendid Ocean*
;
jjjjj necessity lowcexistand'
; .bournand. tulti VHie the soil, ij the Govern Associates ol-tb Supreme Court,.elect, V A1 BEAUTIFUL TItOVOir.-ASljejerif lost; ] aUemft.to remove them, forcibly conseiquentyfan :?. A P .Prtis harepeis' .; ra- V 4 f:..,

4 meat will famish them;wilh-lrtjpltmens! ( and are )Dpmocrats.i: ; Why 1 Because there 'weren9party would be formed a most ettraorjlnafy! care'of an inflamnwitioa J4MES
utinecessanly'exposing VV15to
a 'sheep with its lamb. He went in the inhabitants 4 ,
pursuit 'V
,
V
and in the lideExtract letter V
< M61 guaraniy them The jiermthenft of a from Mr f.
V : PM sionlof lands! ltIry.majimjmrove. Alt nomination, but every man tan.ning.'ori of them.- He found them far off in a lonely horrors Of'the tbrdering"counties' to all vr'3d the Arnot, of Breahonne, ,Loth5an-roadEdinbnri;'V : sTz&coV
hiV own hooky there were V of'Indian warfare. V dated 29th Aprltl"To' Professor bib.ayrSiri *. .
v 'ibe various? MnJ*./ 'Jhe:*a.tj6n are:|0}:mee Wbigsrfunning for Ciilef two Xallejr.. He tried to drive them,but was, notable ResolveJi That confidently rely up. For more.than:twenty.yearamy"wife : .
at the
the above. namt-/oVKnTfoywuberuext by jubt1ce5hi and > At length he picktd upand carried on the forbearance of HisjExce.llency the suffered severely ,from an inflammation la' the
: ppointmeiit.i.t ; etfjbboni whoni Ieinocrau.6f! the.'AsBOciaies side, for-whlch she blistered bled'repeatedly V
Aluj with one the Whigs Governor that ( all' was and
off the lamb an'tlth motherMltow'ed Thus Jtwil wisely use, the
they *iILprababIyj kgm of. ,, ,and applied other,remedies,but without any
sort atrea had,no candidate from 'the Eastern District discretionary'pdwer .with which he
M good effect. It then
was resolved
the Saviour often 'h may thatyonr'L'iiIs5ntVjntment
The
ty. San, A utoiiio Ledger savs: brings a mother to inv, > clothed V
VV tbe-State.while in maintenance of' aml should Iiitve'atrla1aad' tt
"Tli one of the Democratic peace irl These Steamer*are uaiiralk J on
V buf1i1q.lia&otirety disaipeareJ and. self,'by tak'in* awaythe littlichild from her using themforaboutthree weeks es1tablinhed.
: quieting, ,the apprehension pf.-Indiaa distur* *.eareuwas etafetyipeed aM ebmiort,experienced
V .nearly:! all other pecies.of Rame, and the candidates 1was a resident of this section. bsor V bances.. .. ,,. ; Four years.hara giooe elapsed,but"V teous'eomtianderstabIe* maplied wi

',;J>oorndian is now .compelled to 'glean "a'tf JUny were.irnpressedVitk the Belief :that ,,V 'V : _- V 4Tii '4tli; 'Resolve That t we'feel): rati'fieiI'baI: ? V there 21 baa been. no.recurreooeof... V her.eomnlaint... luxury-which 'ildasur."ta &tsveUerIj

V Lave Wo'f Msteucefrom.wiU, fruits.. They this large diviiion of a State of'such geographical P.aEwcNT pr. LIBERIA..-In ,May the Thdian'hkV&'n t; heFeiofore ..been'infa- line every pouible cgmfortkTh&llne'contteets with *he,& ,

V ; ,?* ..becqmy.the while;.moat' .*rranHeggew from extent should have aTrepresenta last Mr*,J. J. I DDKRTS, was, re-elected president ded, and that,'our peactf and quirt:have'' 'not bd Floridi;tad.through. : stfmer15110sad

V ;i V8 falions, tlieU.huhger leads them Vi of been ;disturbed as we=,were led for> lime V t.NewYorkt': '
the liepuhlicjof
; tiberiaoef Chief a-
lion the
to on Bench and ,
V* VV: f'ljr' ; aidily.said' devour the Terriesi Supreme ; ihi rfo- to heIfeYewoul4bahea1 E"UndersjgnedIs nowreeQiTintuaJ ,., ot

:- flungtrou |j e.forts nDcrEiTco V gether with/the,4lon* personal acquaintance Justic; *:BENEDICT.' At the same time STEPHEN 'On 'motion It was" A / 5La .Stockof Goodai-consistinjftr .** ..
Vt
. V : : : sf the candidate among the people V of the ,A.,BEXSOO was electe.Ycii(; | President.At 'R'esotviti That'a cop'y'qr' j, ifie'proceedmRs' 'V Droode, 't' Boou and Shoes,?.

V' VV V is Bos- |a e4o whomfie, .vas;familiar. tf former the end of the present;' term Preaident.RoBiRTS be'sent'to the Florida"! Mlrfor'tviih k reanest' 4 ,uroceries"Hardware, ,and.,, T _. .SadJIery Hals'and.CapsJCtiUeVyt ? fl i&VguS.V

V V %TVrfllJI'B ""ow1!?*< Col.Cffanathanliof [ade, perhaps$ :to lhac| that he.wajj will :Itave ..serfe ejght. ye.ars. as for. other papers in copy; and that a copy be V T vCrockerjfGfiFl-'L-'' '--V V
V : We r,0flean*, has been laktn before""tb< ; sent to the n-*__., v "?__* _* *_i. j V
. TT ;iej States RJJKS! b7 lh' Defflocratic inajorjtf jai: President aud six ..rears'Governor of "" 8ntW ;tNOtlC. 10 D.btc d Cre4mttA
: V Pistfict Court at Bonorf W ; t AI** 4t(* r >r f* L "* ** -= .TheWefing'.then ajljoMrned '
,
*
V ,tb. Abo iionbtap .pit the irroiind that she the last Legislative election forejudges, Liberia-ii\ all fourteen yearn, .. ,M VS V ) EBRro: ; rV-ALLimtrmaB1.-; ,_ c &:t ine\\Wood&wuiow\Varf; ,* tnsnaF.kltIat

was detained wJL -* t's'4 '? 7lt> j; ,,- -fcf. -P 5v vW.! Yaift t.tusc 1'g.&re .
; ajamst.her Th charze. ; ben. i. AL ARMTf.-orOwHAss' ItowanlAuociaUpn ass* Having carefoHrre-reaa the pr anresoHjtions > Compri.Inga'comp'.feStooV.telecUcarcf'un .

i bbwevert,WM diiprored and thaer pf-Weff Cleansannounce? that hie! and i | t'dissen1f.roin hen; jn' for thi**Iark tr>Ha has tai jBrt reoetvedrpe> 2'ist "T

untlydi.missed. VV < >:J) ra6eatIc waJiJalo their .hare now.shout ,.300'rphin children :ojo: :brl Mlarjctti..ajiJaratJtoMv't'V J'togetfter ** '
&; yithW entire St oiistters .
*
; ; ,_; tibat
1iav V
anderheSryjcbaTgn
CuixauMHrox1jj, Vid ii1ar'V Mid'Ueit, br .t-reMded, .{ 'iiso ne {V ,tiie'ypilj) { fallen'victims to the,epidemitnFth&tbe tvh'pse1 parents > V _' _ hLl&w4klvaftstJ.f.ton-'t04ilstshwiI; in5UAMga"sWUalV Iatotaw 'za.nooa m* i--i TVi fS.
V V VVS.A ffi'si
$ this mttiitm will fa* coneredupon caQJeVme Aitsoeiata *wlll have a ''sUrplos 'of 'about boyernOtUTOwR b51ccenI7Uiqneg' o 'V

Rob tIAnLOf Baltimore 'V Do Vestviha duai'poiilibnro 1(00,000( after sealing' ; liability;.- : Tall h : }. ($ :. V/ 4& I.1

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.. POLSOBf 't : ... .., :-. :.T1 which'the atteotlri of )I&IIea&CiuI3S.eag1i.uthcrt \
GENERAL COJ1MlSSION..dNJSI11PPING iwA1wt&vUptIc4
DdeiiFujrnffureofojiEn.. ; I :\! : Staie" *.if' 1If 11'L ,r.InTfied. \
MERCHANTS R. nU1tN.su E I
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.aT2k1Z Will sell Long, or hort;Staple Cettoow.any ; .;
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. 3-6m DEALER'INpRl'GOpDS "' +
-. -,-other;i.'rodooju; Will boy Supplies fortkd*who "Wft ". .1IO.-. .td.bt Jt:., 'bl1a.r4eps
: MUd *******4 o; :161 BnnigWoa Street send us IVodace,frop.of CommifsioajS'. .1 '<
cit 'it wawg'deaU.Jarffily<1tt:"Piano Fortes for the & SAVANNAfe, GEORGIA.. '- .W. VVaidlaw, of 'Abbevtile5.Cd- ; 1 rci. ,. or a...r.berai,eredi#i*approredl
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14 Ce931deJ.bnone but .v IG.Walbr. \i-.t. -d "IA. 't' i. ; : ..; : > ," f'
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be selected.1 be.best retrenee in,thil city'rirM .oXv _, ', -. ..
.' penoaa-wno 'purchased'Pian B and SleiJAjMiaiter -- Crn ,. 'F.', >V. COUNWELlHARDWARE -, .. 1t1t1'E1tJ'lCJl t*.'. >* *" *. r ; -.- Ii IJ nc'.:)i J18ok,.: .1
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Sheet Music, tc. .JlH will be soldat! "New York Tooij br, THAT.Cortier. iW.AND THC'j
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prices IJI' > : 102 *
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Bryan. Savannah
: D.-old Jiaaos taken c-mrolS._ qz WXE' !1TLbis Georgia 1 Factors.and Commfuion. MerchantCIURLESTOS.citoLnui,,. iWILhSHO'lISE&n.II :
InVxeninge. for newS: : "" ,, ,' F LOI..IDA. iTES-Q. norS-y. s -t. ? V* Co ... '.. < ., ". J- -
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'TEHSSd5Undergone'a .2 o !hisweU,i owu lloue i plt.' to-a nee'to old J ;3HRS S. TOMB, : ... : : ,D3-t -. ,- kof: 8tmt.at ,, :
t{ 'si egj Stoves a -feat'BargainsTMa. "' : tb-8. UUD"&uth'\.for'lIt-hh or PI t'Ullre.' tbat .i'ien4aobserya ; QaeeseiiarlestqiiV .

.;..AoLbfb.tpfOred, bo -air Cookbrg Stores, another thorough renovation" ;: and has been wi : monf:tM. Fashionable Hillmer_&Dress.Maker, iisopxiu: ,! T ; ,. no. a.m'o'Jo. ..' 'c .:
made *dd"ltWn f \he CuUdi iistilolUomt-tl '.
also aoa had" M f 5prepared ,'_ -
wf\h tifMjWEKSj Parlor.Stores;and Store tfo e with ww F 3i COHEX, -w.LM.nsEIsG.< "
entire. .
f'\pei aPtUtly' ,on band;niver Joodroqd ;& visite,1he ort.h tlVfIJIJllll,: : / HOPKiNS" HUDSON it CO. And. FwrIIWI$14, KPiyK'not'vxevcdod!:oat of th* .'...
..lfning very receptJY', for the.pUrPolOof'Jlcert .'
t',...aore 'L. M. FOLOM.JI3.tl tlOD.l.he mean ) aJ'I\ed.to the CQlUr inl fr'9m '. :Sales,Rooms Md.174 Bronghton sth;np stairs' ", cfty t-N.wnr rtv7'.w*** .
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Merthants
rs an'1'f aliJ fi 1111 tat. "Oosit"St.-Andrews' HaIL ;. rCoimnwfqn -. MM J.D. .
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.ection 'Of the country I reel .., t& KiTe assurance to those who visit 'House ,.: I : : ; .,.. .
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T L.M.F, eonfinnes4. to teach 1\lu t the7 will meet with eveiyMtenfion andaeeommodatbjth can b? reasonabl my thaiJ ,1\Um i iY .ACCOMMODATIOH_ WHARF, CirARJJWTOX. .&,,.C, FrtheReceptfanjAWD: : .
v expected -
,tiorengnry.i eientlficaiy! ,' .-widerstandingly 1 he Proprietor.has aLnseeurod services of a' Lad of 'r. I I---- ; )::: :
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and re\mtat5on u. 4N.vM ;..C TXiJI9TEL..f'i: J. '; ,-
.t.fcy.ear,.ote0t? B8sswerkiui mos*. of the no. keeper.. : He wl lllpLre.no .. to makeaia House one of-the best in Florida and h .1TEHSTH : HUDSON, FLEMING & Co.- "-: '-.,
teaching Ii. done in' the 1aat 1I&ID ,1e..IiDd. "Y -pm goo dD, ,. ti gtVln" h.IlIlle ??Da1 atfntM| toBusinessometaj receive ta J'J PE1 AT "- ,- ..-. -, -, _' fl'50. ,.-'Faclortj:and 'Commission ..Merchants, '.'' : 'b' rON
'sinOuiita to 1IOth ,and ila'luul'J; a-tf patt"MIa of the ab1M his icnd. The best loratiovTin the trt/Bay Strut,War JAe ; :
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sSSeVeaUS. ran era 'r ESDA.r ;
-T-H-' ; -r.I 'fc' i. iJoA &?. and extensive Livery lIoulI&; gecTb. 1. ;.1 Poet pffiTcusiossJhI.sIandE.tchasgt.-; 0.94.; BAT ETREET8ATASSAH. .,:. CEORCIA.. -

,1 I frJ 1 rNotice ta Trespasseii.U .iWestern stage leaves the'House soon after the'arrival of thV'ttoaY THIS old established "not, having been recently bS-y: _. .s.rNCK '-- *

persons cutting timber or otherwise tres- Oct.: 15, 1853./ 3m 'sAMUEL,BUFFINGTo : Proprietor. fitted up in a superior' style ia. Bow open. n.tr. T.-q. : !r1! : '

.pacsiag and known a&.,the v.Fatio 'Oc:>- An Omnibus wilt be in attendance at the '.'f A.'S.'BULL k CO.> .ft 1'
, county Grant .- Steamboat COTTON. FACTOR & GEWL COMMIZ'Ni. .. .. ,
- ',bereby notified'that they will be and Steamship.Landings, and tAil '
ate prosecuted ..MERCHANT on 3 Dua ,
fou. doingTry the undersifrried Road Depot, to convey.paMcngera to the Hotel; .

DAVIS',FLOYD. J where,the undersigned will make every effort to nor : :ixri cp.VTvniRrj. CHARLESTOS c. 133 MCCmc STREET .HEAR 'rs a'jiBoTUfCHARLESTOZ'i.
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.' S..F. UALLU5AY.Cxrtober please all who may' favor P.-CSWDOX them with,a call. :n3-y. S. jC ,\ -

.2Mb., 1853.. n3-2m JAMES B.-PoLK1. 4 .' WALTERS & WALKER, A. .. nru; 'J1t..'T.'JfIi1m. ..
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The Worcross' Planing Machine. nov3yLate of therMarshall House. COTTON. FACTORS AND GENERAL 3-y 1CUAMBECLAIN :.

mIIJS'' Machine u -considered, by allwho are k'1 R'oi T. C-. RICE, ,:> C03UIlSSIOa MKUCIIAST8. 4' ia. ,, ULF.R" CO. .

LI" ,acquainted! it,-as the bcsfin'use being __ MASHFACrnRER AND DEAW.R IS BOTCE AND co." \THAIliyCHARLESTON lUFOKTEItg'AKD r"' ,:i : ,

&teTIrem accident, simpler in construction EVERY VARIETY OF COMMON (AND : SOUTH CAROLINA. ,JOBBgftsoFDRyooon" & -
and work better
In doing long contest with generally.the Woodworth :: FINE CANDIES. ftJ-Also.Agents for Pioneer Line of Packets- 143: Mcttmx S1reet-ojposiIe Hayv SSrut,
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-- between Charleston and Ne .. .
: Kiln dried and warranted to resist the : rport. '
in the Circuit Court of the United States Judg.sSpragae' iI-- __ effectually n3-y norS-y .. cfltos.c.-
decided in faoroforcross. hot damp atmosphere of a Southern climate. r .

."I Rights will be cold cheap. Terras Cash-Prices Low. JOSEPH A. W!NTJJ ROPt CAMERON. WEBB &:,CO.
Machine of the best quality ran be promptly Corner of Uroushton and Wlutater Streets, ':
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IMPORTERS V
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FACTOR
fomuhed by me. from the North. SAVANNAH, GA. .
-: H. UVEHMOIIE Agent. ADGE1TS WHARF. .. CHARLESTON. S. C. EARTHENWARE, '
PRICES
fthUoomsai Mrs Taylor's.. I nov3-lm -
Common assorted Candles, by 25 Ibs or 145 SlEm."a'ST. iJriiLE :ro.:
Jacksonville, Fla, October 30th, 1S33. -- JAMES.SULUVAN.. ,upwards
3-6w 13c ADAMs & FROST, II. P. Co\JttJtO'f. ..: :wX.eaog.
; SAVANNAH. CA. Common assorted Candies by 230 lbs or upwards Win Coantry Merchants with. Goods
F FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS supply la
Sheriffs Sale.Br 13C their Line at as low:rate* as .they can' buy ia
rirtne of authority in me by law rested .. Fruit Drops, Sugar Plums. &0.,by 25 Ibs, 20o New'torkofeljewbere. .- ;
'I will for sale, before the Court .".. v $4 200" ISo Atlzeft North Wharf Cnartntan S. C. n3-y'. ,
House door, in expose Jacksonville,on the first Monday vRI'"tN..C'.Ily'S.II"M French Candies by 25 lbs 57a(>2c Will pay particular attention to the sale of .

I. December next,'the following levied : assorted, 45e Cotton and other prodoQfc, and the purchase of .R ROOSEVELT, :VDBT Si CLARK,
property 'l' : .. _.
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Sugar Toys American by 141bs, 37C, family supplies.: ,Their long -experience in the .4. .
M to to
on belonging Floyd
satisfy Direct Defers
judgment in.tarer Washington ot C. ll. Griffin, j'laintiff; SOUTHERN. COOKING STOVE. French 5 62al 50 factorage business makeS them think they will ,Importers and Who ... in -

Mittr, a blaek'Woman'alonLW years old.* STOES.FO1LSALE BY JAMES SULLIVAN, Broughton Street, Savannah, Lemon Syrup,from 1 to 20,galls 1 00 be able to give satisfaction to those who may favor ,AKDWARE, crTUEUT GUNS,&e. .
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5 O *or 85c them with their and offer
Boy J im. 10 yean old. U Georgia.TheSOCTIlEltN upward patronage, they BO. 139 KEETtKO mEET
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:> No charge for boxing or delivery at RailRoad their services to the Planters and Merchants of
Boy Phil 8 old.GirLMarybyeara ItlON WITCH STOVE has been the
out advertiser.
years COOKING got by i or Steamboat. nov3 tf East F1orida.1" 1 (Nearly opposite the Charleston Hotel,)
old. expressly for Southern use,and challenges all cthin before the public as the most complete now offered .
G: H. SMITH. Sheriff ,. and'has been made very strong and oeary casftngi. his the first Cooking Stove for Blankets Kerseys and Domestics. nov3-6m JTI"EL I.. 'ADA3 '. fc H..FEOST', ..CHARLESTON, S. C.'

v.3. By SAX'L W BARKITOTOK S. which premium has been awarded in Georgia, which was clone at. Maeon, Ga., last October, by take, n3-y : :
pleasure the
calling attention
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For Sale. ? Stores for aH other purposes TIN JVVA I nE. at Wholesale. to which Florida merchants are particularly i Planters to our very extensive Leather! -

invited as heretofore. 'Hollow Ware, \VooJsa Waro and lluiue.uru Uing Goo of Stock of Woollen and Domestic Goods; INGRAIIA.MWEBC,-, ,LEather. .- -, :.

Valuable Sugai. and Cotton ,every variety. for- sale -Wholesale. ".and ..Retail. nov3 Many which we purehawd before the great FACTORSANDCOMMJSSIthY. MERCHANTS JOHN
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advance in wool and will therefore sell them correspondingly .j ?

Land in Florida. SOMETHING .NEW.mfiij low; consisting of Charleston S. C..
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Forty baled London Dnffil and ColoredTJIankets; Commercial Wharves, Charleston, &C.
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mIlE na Me undersigned Property for ule'the-vis foUowing sUit V&lJL m ir m m @. 'WI1Hna Fifty bales Hrrwn Twilled Kersey; nov3-2m_._" -_ Importer and Dealer in ,Frentk {&/ Stint ",

SUGAJti'LANTATION.known. aa St. I 'd 1 .. 1 % Ten do Black, ,do do Sole Leather' Shoe Findingsanddlupm +
s j3Q1i sasa uoAjCHKApll JAS. LEOAXK*."" JSO. COLCOCK. >
Joivphs. situated in St. Johns county at the : Thirty do Brown Domestic Goods; pertaining ta'tAu Lin,. '.- ,

bead of Matansai.Hirer, !n Graham Swamp, Twenty-five bales Striped and White Osnaberga LEGARE & COLCOCK Agent for SteTetII'1'amoU Stoga ani !rogaa '. _

containing 130U acres of which about 800 are of a THAN EVER. Ten do Plain Red Flannel; FACTORS. AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Lasts.. .' '" ', .

rich loam, based on mail; 500 are -wefl cleared, unprecedented success of the NEW llA T 'U UF A TOr.Y, and the liberal patronage Fivo do TwilPddodo Southern Tanned Leather id the rough wan&.ttd.
,thoroughly ditched and at present under enlti- THE first eflorts to establish of HATS Ffteen do Shirting Stripes; Likewise an descriptions Hides.- Wool
encomiums bestowed on-onr manufactory by the citi- do 'North Commercial. Charleston S. U.
Ten Shely's Georgia Plains
ration; oboat 59 acres located-of well're-supplied the and seas of Charleston, ha induced. to engage stilLinor Oentrallr -
plant cane. en plantation prlceswiilbopaid. %> .
is a superior Steam Lngine,with Sogar mill and 'HOME MADE HAT Plains; ?, V. & E..ADGER 7" Jomfi'.iLiiftiVvNo. ,
Cases Linen and Cotton Bed Tick ,
Five ;
St. Charleston S. C.
complete Sngar works capable manufacturing 2S8King ,
shall fa11yriva"l those irom Northern Factories. ,.. .e.
That Foreign Cotton Silk Umbrellas
sueccs or .
dozen and
Fifty
10 to 15 bhdper day'and -
Also With the aid skilful workmen; tke inosi superior materials imported ezprestly for this market, One hundred pairs Window Sha.desaletJ'lcs. -
two Gnely'itnstedon GUNS
running tingle .eaw ; and uf ia for the wants of the Hat of this Plaid faso Y & -
land and commanding a view of the whole an experience ten years catering wearing community five Cues Linseys; HOSCH F-LEl.UfGf. -
plantation pine a comfortable two tory and attic State we are confident that all Hats issued from mo will be nnsnrpased for beauty of proportions Five do, Satinet and Kentucky Jeans; 54 EAST BAT"K EJMI.TH t.POST oFI1cJ, xayrI'AC'rrah5_ wf09STEAM : ,- ".' :
of material and by store in the United States. Scotch Domestic .
quality workumnslu'p price any fire do and Ginghams; '
house and
fume S.
dwelling ,eonUingt CILIRLESTOZ C.,
rooms Good Silk Hat for t 1.50, $2.t and $3.00 : and letter Hat for$4.00 than can be found at any Thirty do Bleached Sheeting and Shirting; 'I '
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The works and buildIngs r'NE
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necessary are all in buildings.complete order for immediate I home in the'city,and of oar O WN.il XUFACTC11E,made upon the spot which fact can be ascertained Twenty do English and American Prints.; I Keep constantly on hand a foil and complete assortment .

occuon. .Also a fine stock spreral hundred I by calling in at any hour of the day and observing the proceM.THE Fifty dozen Negro Caps; of Hardware and Plantation. ,Tool-. CANDY '

bead of mixed Unrhams, and common .breeds of I IRE '[ ULTRA! HATS One hundred Pieces Carpeting; n3-y "-
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'eattle.and a stock of about 89 full breed West' One hundred and Fifty Kngs and Mats' ; Matheson Simons & Co. Sugar Flams, Lozenges, Roct'Candr; &c.-, ,

India Sheep which"wBl be old with the plantation -' Onr beautiful SATIN..UEA Iit cannot be soJ! fur l loss than f 3 and do justice to our friends and rwo Hundred Carpet Bags? 8C9 King .Krrct Cnarleitaa,.S.C. .." .
,if desired. or separately. ourselves-and we warrant.them to give satisfaction, or the money will be refunded. "We hall introduce Three hundred Negro Head Handkerchiefs; WHOLESALE GROCERY tc COMMISSION .
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ALSO. oar Charleston styles in a few days, and are ready to wake to order any of the most fashionable One: thousand dozen Woollen and Cotton Hosiery. MERCHANTS, Superior quality* Lemon't Syrup 'eons- 'sitlyod/* -V "

The tract known f'St. Ann," containing styles now worn,with promptness and all warractud to suit AXD Fir, as our PEKSOSAL: attention Savannah' XO. 14 EAST'BAY STREET, hand. "r ,' n3-y
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675 acres, mostly of high ,heavy hammock and will hereafter be given to that department. Planters and Merchants visiting -
prairie, baring a rich eoil from.thiee to six feet ,N. B.-A large assortment of CAPS l'ANCTFIATS for Youth Coys, and Children, of during the Wint<,''will find' it to their interest to CHARLESTON.U.T.IIATHBSOX CAROLINA .CLOTH tNGpEPOT
and varied will 1 'ened next wcci at the Charleston Hut 210, look through our Stock, a5 we are disposed to %
u depth, based on now patterns >3 or Factory, King-street. K.L. SIMONS, SEDOWICE smo:!. 26t
marl.ALSO' cost. CISC CHARlESTOR CAXOU51.
3-6m R. RAWLEY. sell at a small advance on 6TRSXT,. ; 6.
nov 113-y :: .
BURNS.
AIKIN[
The two tracts known respectively as "Mala o27
Compra" and "Bella Vesta," adjoining each Flfsl Four Dollars S. FARHAR BROTHERS complete Asiortment .of Re&d1.nad.
qw1ilyq ,
other and being at the bead and on the Eastside New Pall! a&d Winter Goods Cfolhinj,ami For shing Goods wholesale .

Matanzas Hirer, and containing in all -p_ Wholesale. GroceryMerch'ts,. anil retaiL: All G6bd warranted as repre' .

1175 meres. Tbe Southern half of Mala Compra STEELE'S "HAT HALL" ROBIXSON CAMP, :KO. 172.EAST BATCHARLESTON ,-, ented. .
wbichwof heary hammock and 8&. Ann, lie pA.N.COIIEN,3r.51'ro'r.

immediately .eontignous to.St..Josephs, and 231 KING STREET Draper and Tailors,.and Dealers in Fine S.- C. L.L.Lm.Sup"- ,

might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus Ready-made Clothing, n3-y n3-y .

forming an extensive Sugar Plantation :of upwards CE S22SL-23I3S r:;: :aD r-g o a: A RE now receiving and opening their stock of 'and

.f 2000 acres. The balance of.Jhe two N appreciation of the immense growing trail of tlil. tlja most extensive fashioifable Hat House JrSL Fall and Winter Goods, consisting in part.of Lanneau &Burckm1er, Transparent Window Shades .

tracts of shell Lire Oa(hammock. based on closely I, in the South, i bare iCeD fit to reduce the first quality of Geatlem u'8 dress Hack Hats from black and fancy colored French and English Wholesale' Grocers. Paper Hangings, Upoolsterbig and -
concreted stone or oqnina, favoring ,moisture ( Cloths French .English, and American Cassl- .
and of the first quality for Sea bland Cotton $5 10I; tbetILatstoOthe$35tO-l.. meres, of. all grades and, colors; Vestings of Bedding-Wareaonse'
and Tobacco They might be easily brongb cap Ie&artnjfpnt: ( Silks Satins Cashmeres, Cut Velvet and Embroidered 11 Haynt" trtet, Charleston. S. C. XtUoleule and Zt.t $I,17T11taee,

under cultivation having been in years passed Patterns Overcoatings,' snob ,as fine '. CbarI..t..,5. C. ,
tinted in Cotton of which th. yield was Gent1emtll'Fuhionahe Dress'Cloth Caps, hunting, Fisuine and Travelling Caps. Also all English Beavers ;Norway 'do; Esquimaux or FLKETWOOD_lAXIfRAtr c:_*...JlUacUTZL' The Subscriber Ii'1m, ft.large .

frequently one bale of ginned cotton to the aere the lafst French and American Fancy Caps for Children together with a grand variety of little Double-side: fine Kerseys and Pilot Cloths. .All :: assortment of the above
There is on the place a large number of sweet Children's richly trimmed Fancy Hats.JLaeZies. of which will be made and trimmed in our usual SAMUEL C. DUNN & CO., Goods-

vrange, pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach'trees PI lies: style and at the shortest notice. Wholesale clothing House,, 50,000 Roto ,of'PAPbTt HANGING;JjOOD '!
all manufactured
extensive
,and an BOar orange ,
'of which, with proper, attention,can T grove e easily Sable,'Martin,and other Fur Cuffs, Muffs and Vjctoriacs, in suits for Ladies and Jlisses.. one Oar of ready-made the first houses Clothing in Broadway is New York by, 37 Kew Dey Vork..treet.. 20 Cturrlcstau./Hoyne street, pairs every'of description Window, SHADES: Aba Pillows; ICO, Bolsters Matres3es, Lace.f..

restored to their once promising condition.; and all that is fine and fashionable. .
comprises Muslin Curtains; Damasks, Satin de Lanes
AHofthe bore tracts are;,sitnated between Plantation .d T: We have our usual large supply of Furnishing n3-y _,_ Corniced and ,Blinds Fire Screens Venetian Blinds .

one or Iwo'miles from the ocean healthy Plantation Wool Hats by the dozen,cheap. Cloth Caps$250 iter dozen. Glazed Caps$l SO per doz. l Goods on band. Every thing requisite for a. W1LMANS& ?PRICE &c. ,AH kinds of Upholstering, and the- BusinoM .'
location, and in convenient communication with W. STEKUv PUUVEYOR OF HAT FASHIONS I CHARLESTON, S. C. Gentieml/oD'I.Wardrobe. together with Trunks, as URal attended to in all its bRDCJ
the City of St. Angnstine, being about thirty Valises;,and.Carpet JJa!s. Also India-rubber Importers and Dealers in Foreign :ash paid for Florida Moss,

miles to the"South by land, and about the same 0. J. CHA FEE, ji. W S A IArOT.n. $.: .l!.. CROFT. Goods, such as'Coats, Cloaks, Poncho's Legginsand and Domestic Hardware, Jl3.Y' 11. W 'JroiI1LL'., -
dirtance by water, by tlje Matauzas Itiver. > : Ca peS., All of which we offer as low and on Cutlery Guns and Pistols -

' """ ALSO, : GHAEBE StAMAND& CROFT as good terms as they can be had elsewhere.-- .
? nexttt1"fu1a..1illouse. 0: Sign of the Golden Padlock No.2-1 IIaJIlt :
The tract known as-"New Dope lying 16mUea > .. JB4g-GutM/ri/'j Buildings, : ,RlOE I $: .
Street Charleston S. c. '
by the water North North river of and St.Guana Augutine creek and, both between No.. 79 East: 'Bar oppositeFitZStJnmPns' Wharf,. .: .'o.27 WILD.CHERRY,CpUGH. CANDY." ,

naragable for Urge boats. It'contains B75 acres CHAfiCESTJON C. Silver and NELSON CART& ., AGP..EEABLE.t\the' :tajte,;and warranied.if -

IaairdDoek And pine land,and U well .situated &Watch Jewelry, ssnIl. ( ued aeeordin to the dineUonzwkkh. .
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and adapted for Se&' Dd.cottonand, : stock Importers and Wholesale :Dealers Foreign and! Domestic Llquors, Silver Plated ,Vare.. :11 HATKE 8TBECT* simple) to cure all; ejse of,Co gh and Cold .
raising. of TullE.Subscriber has on hand and is eonstant which are within the s-eacbfany medicine;.besides -

Auo, Wines- Cordials, Segars, To'baccoEtc., Manufacturers ly receiving from the best and most respectable Sign:of tie.Zargt Yellow Mortar, affording relief U eases of Croup,Asthma '.' .

9300 unimprovedlandAt Salt Spring," Lemon Syrup of Superior Qualily. wanufaeturersjfl.te country. ,_rich DIAMOND _- VJ htrr T>a J tire-nareit .to exhibit a Jam Stock of Catarrh. ,_.and. .Bronchitis.. .,, *n&beingonsottbemost .. ,'_ ...'... .
Johns stt th.--rth.end of Lake west Ueorge Urayton,on .Ute Island.fct. KftJf constantly hand aextenszicsupp&J :.Jamaica Lime''J nice, do do da do. KUUX. 1't.AK.Lana oiner L jeweiry, Drugs;Medicines:Druggists' 'Furniture-:Phials, useful. remedies. m cue eany stager 01 uonsnmptloou. '-w. '- ;

rirerimmediately vhidi Sardines in whole, half and quarter boxes and Sterling-SILVEJK. WARE; such as Table Instrumentsfly.., Stufl' Perfumery -f .
Tbe track embraces "Salt Spring and "Salt the following articttt they are prepared Plates Surgical ; Jlfrv Kiec -placing this article below the TR
;Spring ereek" which Dear1y.equUI..diddol It. to till to City and Country Ma.'chants on-their Lobsters,;l&ckerelSa1mon. and Clams, in 1 dessert\Wters and Teaspoons Tea Sets.and Castors Forks Cups; Silver and SanersGoblets Soaps Window Glass Putty,&.;&0.which he public,claims* not to bare discprgred'or injenionsly ,. .
canilltera. and :,
market
vnud liberal termv.COGNAC offers at th6lowest. prices. ,
whole and i navigable from medicines) hitherto unhnewBi ..
through 1U length East India' Preserved Ginger, in boxes of. 9 ; Tumblers, Pap.Boats, Soup and Merchants, Physicians, and Druggists,are respectfully compounded
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BaijsDT. J. .
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J. Jlousse le..b..cJa
the rlerfor boats 'Of threi or four feet draught. Dupuy Ladle Pie; lee.Cream, Cake and Fruit or known only as separate ,
/ Sauce
of the first r Castnioa & Co. HenneVy, ,P.> IL Go- jarseaeh--------. ; invited to call and examine his Stock tha lull force-e?thei -
combinations
Tbe land is mostly rolling yellow pine Pinet solid Silver Desert Pickle,and Butter prevented
French Cherries in Brandy in boxes of 1 dox.each. Knives elsewhere..Goods '
quality entirely free from Palmetto of any kind, dud k Co.. Leger Freres Otard, Dupuy t.Co., Chives; Rings Bait Cellars,,:and Fruit and Prices,before purchasing beneficial effects .Jfor. ; oee be aver that his .
Napkin
and thottcbt to be good cotton land, together with J. & F.,ilartel, andother choice brands in in each ;, carefully packed. All articles warranted. Cough;andy baa .the approval:the:.-
bodies. and'live half and elh1hca.su and in boxes Fruits nr.a .in/boxes, of 1.'dozen: ; KDiTe" p8-y .. ". baa been recommended by
*>me wwsiderabU ef-eabbage pipes, quarter assorted. -: < J Silver Plated Spcons. Forks, and Ladles; Medical Faculty. or
oakbammock,and prairie oontignoni to the creek, of 1 do*, each. ,: Do doin their own juice, do'do.l'icFrnitsdodo. Cake Baskets Castors Waiters Snnffen. and B. W. & Jt:.P. FORCE & CO, the ," most enlightened. pbysieiaosf biaielfsuffevsd'severely bet, be'wouldmerelyitate '\
Tbe locatienaLra embraces facilities for construct 'AxcRiCAK" Btwnv-4Lhproof, in imitation of .r I that baring; '

Lag." of the largest and most practicable water jo'rencbbI hall pipes.quarter and eighth casks., Stuart's ,and Lovering's- \ Steam- He&ned Sugar ,.TraYL Ivory Balance Handle'Kn'rves,-and. Silver. Plated I "WnOLE'SALE- DEALERS.JN-BOOTS- from Bronchial affection attended with '4.,

powers a*, independent *f the flow from the Do do la t proof in barrels. I: *. '. '. on SteM.Table and Desert knires.= AND. SHOES. -.I, Coughing and Night Sweats*he applied"U,ens ;' .

prtng, the waters of lake Cbercbell. about four HOLLAND Gw-Pine Apple;. Anchor Cologneand Do Loaf, in boxes and half boxes of 16 loaves Fine Twenty-one Day Marble ManUe-doeka, 1 O !n nATKK'BTREET, CHARLESTOX. of the Faculty and;wbM MMeription.inch afforded perfect sack,,r ':-.-
resaUed w
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miles in length by one mile in breadth,may be' Clover Leaf Brand each. - and Common Brass Clocks every description. speecry relief : -
.aa4esvaLsbleby a canal of about 16 chains in WUTlItET-lr and Scotch. *Do Crushed,in barrels.1 Gold and Silver Lever antI Lepine Watches BL".T. w. FORCE. ';omr.FOKCK, 'BESJ. COHLT.W. ; that he was induced to obtain ,kuowIedgo1'tM ,,

length;.yielding an inexhaustible 'xapply with Do lonongabelar 1st and 2d quality.Do Do Ground or Pulverized,in barrels i : fine enamelled Hunting Watches_Gold and SiWrer _'113-y' -- inicredienU and the manner in which' they to.them mightbe .:-** .8
;
loftJeattl8feeU The' spring itself the TMara, FHUbnrg.. Sheaf lye and '.Seals and Keys Gold and properly' compotinded witla snpr ..
; Do Steam Uefined Candy. in boxes of 45 Ibs.each. .. Wateh Chains, ; ," 'eoDTenient.1UJdfOC1D;,I1' ;0.
of which baa been analyied by Jrof.CbeltonofNew lionrboni' > Silver Spectaclet.ltogen' a .
water, Silver Thimbles,' Gold and H. BEACH satisfaction ot1niei"jug '.. -
shown to be of ral-' Do Baltimore,Western Rye and Raior whieb.be has bad the .
York and ana'Ncwl Almonds, best Bordeauxand Marseilles soft Fine Pocket Cat1ery..lt&aon The Iaedi' ';
Ceases;,
'kutble'medicinal projrtie. .is of.capacious ;dineosions Orieans reetitied.RnotdJamaic. and hard shell. Strops, Card Cases, Port Monaies &e.--------: Importer and'' \\'boleAte. Dealer in it ? many eotllpHed.1aauJ11( '

being GO yards in,diameter,and mart .* St.' .Croix N Orleans' Castile Soap-f superior quality, in, boxes of Particular attention will be given BONNETS, RlBSONirTRIMM'NQSiFtOWERSf which cuts .feta*n l7'i nnerpalj are]perfectly -

5gikly and picturesquely located. its position and New England.' .- about:;Ibs.each.&niacksou's.- .. of Watches Clocks and Jewelry.I .- &.Gj FRENCH AND GERMAN FANCY' belake*' rpetllODl"&It, -'-
'ta oommercial or 'agricultural:point of riew. *.PEACE BaA* r-Old J firUx.CarolHiaandT r- No.. am also prepared to'manufacture anyDinmood OO"DS MILLINERY-GOODS. GLOVES- Jaar a&LN'Y ol-the Co8l'Caudiel

,with iU advantages in conetrncting* boat eansi 'Corks,;.lvet\lne: in bales, &1d. bags 'cM.roi'ea Ruby Opal. }meraldor any other pre- ,HOSIERY, &0. ALSO : ages owceiedf0rsale (porportiD- bt

foaly si few miles across to the Golf of Mexloo, 1'rLS.nuDre" Jersey and Norta Care- :; bv 'tit. elena Stonier Relie-into4lthsgOr. Pteshaving1n .Gold tmd Silver Walesa dud,Jewelry. the prolbtd* of prof6Dlld mocaI -.18AI M'. .

tmst before rery lang, draw the attention. of the 1ia Do, common r Bottle bags 7 gross. my employ the finest workman in the United. ., ia reality: the tiOI'ea$. .
rlantersaod werchaflts of that fertile .region. CoKBiAtsrrNoyean.J'rreel'ljOTe: :. Annisett, Do.JnrandJXap, .-. .5, ", State*." : : KO. 19 HATSB fT-i.CHAKLESTOK.Xefoy which are thW'artkle 1*. 1Jot.-P ,-
Coee. Cinnamonand Peppermint.< '; 1JO". vri.vvc_._A TIL_:: .%.",ts .A ..uu J1 v R giua9__ My price are as lowland terms as farorabie; :113-y Candy Ma m.haC) le1b.v 1Iet,'O, '-
Twe 6000 acres on the west ,1" ';-la.deira Newton Gordon Cowart. & iicuiyuuu 'tI other establishment to the- t&te. enroan tll..1: ...
tract containing Vinegar AVWte Win quarter casks.1.Do as at any, to 'e men :
n4 4900 m ,the east side .of :' Joans slier, Co.,JLeaeoclc and Jardine.in 4 and J easts. ; ,' Cider or Ap'pleYIn barrels.toiE .- G. M. GRIFFEN Wileyl3anb.,!_.rCo"- ., e11liarlltecl&lobed aM instead thetc.wg..1.1IIa. .. .
boat mUes above ,ralatto, and baring a Pert,PageX hey cad other boice brands assortment 'of Ilondos M.Edslmart.: extract
12 Rio
--- large Successor tolfie. i.-41 'm CHAZLEST0N&Cr' quality of
river front each pf about four! miles k extent. Sherry pale, Daff Gordon&- Co..,>JJcuitau.. and ConlOlaeou "'ilantropW.sbington; and "other O27l8m ,- < -38TUET, -, .. ,- .' poorest ot nearfiottnd,it is made mat rogar 1m its bb* .
That OB the west .the river Is mostlrof pine other. choice brand* ::: choice brands, of directImportation.: Also. Florida : -' & .tateor perfection, and t01IWd wen')T"i-**
.5 aad swartp I&ndand nbraoM% the "W of'the DodoDrown-tlodo; : : J *..liar ana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes' 7i > .. .Y" '" .. .' '" '. ,: ,, .EL Wfley Co.. ;. est andapprevedremediea- '.Try'htnd|itt 11dnh1. .. ,.
London'ParllcuiarandCargo .
,Enrlica lodian &X sly fc Do Teueriffe/yentoso'e TOBACCO-Pi Robinso V"celebrated HoneyDew thIt 'LOSTREW.AnD--The' H0.194:BBOADWAT, StTVTTOKK. : merit.wOL,call 'fOrth."*i nrtanB WMi" .H>.a ,
Cs.,BOW known U..tb11..oLI store,"":wWchW do. :: ;. 4 tbV plugs. ;in whole and half boxes of 100 : s-ibej'mie4 1ruk' OR i-abotlhe J .". (rent .whtea ere lou'vv-" ": *-.*. '
iu beginning corner,and runs thence south to Do Sicily>Iadelra,quarter eas\ < "' '. ; V "?,, .' 13tb'if:September lad at\er arriving at Palatka ,in EvrmeaA*bndnlS It etipttt.1ecI TO' in&he h'.t.JtPW..c '. '
the widow'&rree'.MUd field*,"thence west and Do)1,dry,and II11ffO'--jn.t end|lski.. 1bs.eaoh.Rough amni ;iteady,In .kegs'of.abont 100, mono of the St,John'.:ri'eristeamer '.lt was :4-ilJohlim' < r: -7: ': -
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Tbe 'LoImOS' &'q rUAJld pints.i n bUckTmnk.: from thirty-inchM to ttreo -.4 Upry Gobdi t.1Hft' Co ,- "
.!artk to-.point ormoUte,the ginning. / iU&eaeh; : alarge :Eaeh'gen1lIM P !
.
L
oae'-oa tile ratt sAe-d'the river lies tetweeS ,Do Scotch andr East India Ale, quarts It.pintCBAWFAOSK :v ,,Do Vori?Premlomloba,.In 1r'yi/and feet long.baringstrap. across; the "Iluflalo ElalT.oa Mount CiOEa Iioxeg one dozen each. spring Jwk... .D.!WM painted von one 'iiZ.6't Ja : "V'i
.
places known as : ; r ;
'.ae\et.:' Besldee a largl dy of.timbered "Do'do"Ca k ,three and iz doses each.Wia '" &'El Boraio,.in noxei'40 to'45 Ibs.eachAnd either stoleapr aeotdeataay tostf,i>000-. -'--Y- g."RJC6S&,.Cek7IftOV5Mte ,aab4.-4' t'ij. t" -. ..'.

piM landih con taint.xeelleBt'iamiaoct$ _: XTW-I3X**,oae4oen each. n.d01l., a rariety of Trtber bTMSLI-a fff'Vti: and. tained nmongothefbiflPaMU0' ; :;. .'CA11fENEL1.ERHORST.-: box earfbox. eonlataiftg, ''.:... --" ;:,',
arondtaJaoa .
.u b1o.41ltet 4ra1lb1.; : .' ; ..- -". : beautifully.worked: with frbge : c .,' -'. '- ,
sad several well wooded t4olb Had : t 1b.plngs; *# -lUftmLLSasi ; : -iiovS tf > -
tar.mideoeea; ,.Py;,a.reeeut sorvey. .the"weit Cct'diii*.assorted, do do.; ;- .,, : ;tlDokkn'Tob in 'boxes of$'and 8'dozen; blaek anlt cloth$35 ia goldr*pistol t and v' ,. .
; ,.to40"_ -. r '" '. .arttelee ot personal leetar?ks*W o.fte t Zeapov.ra".,Bea1U11la. .. :- '.' :
tract bas bees reduced$o.2WO acre,,&Dtt the-ai \ ; 801.papers.-, : > 'Lr' : sreat many ,u- ". tf0 :: .;.
.do ; Patentinnara'peri .tDfor Moa wUtefc W U 4to the'! ri' .SJfBMNi': ._ -, O" ,! <. .
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'JI4de'tn.:40 andlGennan Any '
*a the ert id of tbi>river to 3408. It believed. EotHee-rrFreoeh : J1An ".' ':
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.' : eommuicatecl to James : ... ._.. .. .. "
,bowever,*at the deficit wOiU s4.up; Port. :(10 dq1' : T' one grosr aeh. ,, : : if7 ofthe eme.am be j ..,.." \.". \ i *: \ ." :
.
"IVmmalifer parehawwUl be rjpoaired bj.A. $herr* ,L tr'hlt"'cIo. .:. -: : .-.FOajn Cuart vplnt'JiMWnalft n"t.Deuriiob1 Q. Uenll Pa1aLka.&ftnuhf01'.rahe.u-'i r to riM eitbaeriberwhOiesdareaawin MAItr*T. *etTII ? t-q .r ;,1(Itr; '

,Ft.WaHte ;E 4of JCew. Orleans-Joba 1eek. Lbampaigl1e: ,in basketsone doae eaeb quarts :> *._1.9 '3..J.slid S iral u.f ':"v' i be aU thIs7nznk hnabeeit CnalC .$. wilLMwa..left 1 ;
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Xsq.of Ji.w)ore.Benjamin. Lavendw EsiVPf4ia1LImor sad .--F1a' ;eisIeoiwhe' orn Can41eapam1oarlAdamnan.: .A, l'am apprehhlint.hat .Iv fr ''7 .." "'' ,
ot.f1FTY t : 4steepiese -_ -* ,>
JoneaJ':0. *
t anw .. ,
OOOCWUblWflE$5. :of CAnfaatlae sndoLberbtn 5. 1 Pie1 end$ -Mi .. '. .. possiblY i1en, ll swehsGfl pay tbtoorforSJrOOfU "' .. -.t': ..! ,30\.J'- ""..>' ,:' .. .'- '' .. ''' ;

,Eat Florida,or to myoclfattbelAtter The abote. 'corafrke". -. tom' '+- ,nedraes. .:. ""1 Aai47sOti; IrnAflh1flach.c.kau Jr.- .'. OOLLA.Jt8&r JaW the I11TieUo ".J4-\--,) .'- Allf'SrIi'_ if"; ('T ,".. ;".-, ., ; : i": -:-. .' .ft :; ': "
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':, ,. liet ancf eJTecttxi nnanenteuror- I.harj:' enredseversl ': : For -ji: ter rise., ':' _: iL, ,c Ii;:USINESS, $ AltDs.. diNAir i IRT i MENT.iqWJ Aa.OH"- ABYM..- -
h$500 CHHLEME "
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easei of rheumatism that.bad resisted tbe' -_, __, -r _. -' -.r1. #.' .
skill of- best It bas cured ringt -. .4 ndJzueneduzu''i oat."Z!.. .St:; .'";LEGALkt1: ;'' v. MORRECC &-C'O: '
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worms by .:Wgleapplication; cuillblainr.ln & v. .; W holeeaI Iracei49iLPravl.e
,, 'I; .,', iOBElfS4 S WORM SYRUP. few 'days; toothache 'immediately:- froH. bites, ( :; n Th stealer' ,''DAaL1NGTO- "" -. J ;.P 8a d rioJi{ I IA.onNii.LncouRsgLl.0aLT iIthiWT1I1II1fllI 1O1LT iM- W'
applications ;
L article cats toresjand rns, by t Aw ; D.rI !TiC.Dt.- '
:>)ji founded oil Scientific piinoIpescoipoM.4 JBzoczwIll l6e T0 J eW $OH- :
T UI acb,eared entirely; la fact,1 ban t ; ,UW No. ist E ST
witb purely I Jli .. Yfiu. at 8 BAr:
vegetable substances.-. i .. for almost everything, and.U bas alwayi ev'.SLardl morag. nca : 8HtT Bvt 0*, Jiiilfio
safe OSiDt't m1
when arriving constantly
perfectly taken and bas never han 'ok ; _" 0.- HAS on &".-= lJ,
been known to:fail In oaring the moil obstinate I. .iJ 'oonaicler, Ii the: beet medici..l o'clock-Monday morning ia connec : MOSES"sir Liquors sad Otoceiji. '1sst
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WM..JOHNsON.Propri.tor Pat I J iekson'rIlle ia 17.ISSO. Lt, I ;
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.nr Welaka !. low Ordert
and
'. )1 ; WIt can never exist wberf this remedy c : the steamer* Corolina fen from_thIID. I *
{'c 'II one* weed,from the fact thai, it not only dotroys of the MarshallHoaso.SAVASKAH \ willreachlake .1 same day. '. .Returning; .I' "i'urnI d promptly attended U. -".'t,!itIay
them bat removes all u.uUmeueimucUi ;Jane 84,1852 wi lean 6 o'c ck Tuesday.morn James W.:Bryant, < ,tablhhmellt.pumttar CQ-Tera..cAIJI oa City

._,1F.;fchicb.may remain. A. Kl Moore,Esq., one of the editors and proprietors ,and Palatka at 8 o'clock,Wee mornIng ,ATTORNIT ,toytWh.leslo swd Retail. AOCDTUc
4 of tbe," Savannah (Ga.Y Jhpablicao," and arrive at Jacisonville : : ,AlIiDCOuNsELLO.i&ATa. mHE mbscriber desires to en the further at- AprU7'1GEO.

: : rftE'rAPwoH. *. ia that paper of the 20tb December, 1851, says; A.Ml REED.Ag't at Jacksonville.oci 1.-. "nttoa -\f the Florida pub r.to Wi wen ., '
;:r .,.. This worn istbetooiit dillic.lt ODe to destroy "*Par personal experience enables us toreeom* 6.tfIL U,. ,Ag't at Pal atka.. known ezitabIlsbmen"for be ale .t.Ot'r
RIID
;.* O' t all that Inhabit the human body: It grows toan mend the MexicanMustang Liniment to the 'GEORGE' fURNITVREand HOUSE FVkglSmgO ,BOLUU AND"rritt BiAit ,

almost Indefinite length and "becoming so public with ,confidence u we have felt the good FOil AtATK'A.. E. F.' GALL, MATERIALS of every *, .II a,
coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomach effects upon a sprained ankle."which. received 'T 'D; St. : ,. Oa trmL(8V: aaO t1.As1e'' House-keepers and merchants can supply themselves -
,: ."as.to produce fits & .'.' Dance, 4c., which great benefit from one application,.and bas,boen llv4 le ;Iinicl; MOTf JACKSON VILLEVFLA.AT with every article for,,ceDera1 ue.or. for "
vl 'is the cause of 1ISU1'go1nCbe grave, not b. ,.ed bjr oecarionally using it fot a week '' ", ",. ( forming a good store stock C
.
:. lieviiNC:that tbee complaints have their origin' Mr.J.-FvMnrphy/of firm'of Murphy, Gait 'PJ tti. I ma,r31, : Everything In the line of business|mentionedept WINDOW'OLA8&VJL .
ps from the Tape ,Warm consequently bey do not k Cof this citr;aays that by the use of the k 'on band-Including Parlor
hew and HallihBeeiroomaDd Aa.I'7 rlPU-,.
> f ,-;:use the proper 'l1t dici" for their di eai,. To Mustang Liniment he.has received more benefttt1&aa superior steampacketsVST. :lIPEARSON; ;' Kitchen Fnmitnre. nd'' '.. \1
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JO11N'Cspt.3AMmFRZRaoa .
< .. taosawho are afflicte.l with this awfuljfoe to from any other remedy he has used, and 'J" %VlLLftt ?ORSEY, &',COCWsJElil.Olt.f .AT LAW, upon is rood terms as, purchase' taD be effected L aI.tl'-iH
'health,1 recommend,the ue,.of my Werm! Syrp now feels better than be has forthe, last six years. and CASTOR( ai tile rforthi L'WaMOIUtELI'r ,JlO :,9'E J;
and tAPer Pillt. The lo.. ] : JACKSOiNVILL: ,EAST FLA., ..a.4f
be ,
I Syrup to taken in Facts speak for themselves comments are onnertitiiAM SRAW'wi SaraJ -Old established stand. Savannah,(.v*.' '
.:- dose of twoS table spooufals,' Jhree; time a day ,..waaon Time, Feb 10. The ls.asfolowt', Win attend to the transsitien brBusiness in the s march 24 c AlsOI4FNk.Csai L.
*'then take; from five to eight' .f my Liver.fills, to RJunmatum.-Tbu is to certify tbat my wife St.John' ,,the 15th Supreme and Circuit;nrts.for the Eastern FlaW ud every description.f
dislodge and pass the Worm. By irfeUy follow was afflicted with severe chronic rheumatism.. instant, o.olok; and William' oaston onTaw.y. and Southern District of Florida.' McMAHON & DOYLE delier for burning the um. a& -
:" !' Ing thene"directions,the '.0It4miDUj" 'c* ei of She.bad.suffered for months with the meat exwuciating and will. morning the 29th instant, at 10 o'clock ; je9 ,, ,. rtrs'pricss.April = _. :: '
MT' r-Tape Wornt bin be it- *"" continue to leave at the same hour every
'l'OY.CI\WO pains-she had tried rheumatic .compound Thursday VTHOtESiU WAlB s'J1I .4g! for Blof".l'iTl Pi
and ; The latter 1J.iL.
'rnmll D..1' M. relief and almost' TQe.da1th.reanr JAMES. A1rEJI. .
everything recommended T-y ,
\ This worm-Is oroatty fo.nd in.jtbe. 1l intestines : for this dreadful disease. None,of them I boat" carrying mail.:. For ,. pDOpyOftC AD'flDT1SIOIS.? ', ,
,and is the worm most'common to children; relieved her pains in the least. 'She used on.fifty freight o Managehaving handsome slateaccommodations AnoaNEY'AT LAW uUUu Uliu) -

-J.8 .Jaave ytl .it frequently U not entirely been known confined to to suffer'with them.as adults them c.n her bottle.ntirel,of.', She Mustang is now Liniment perfectly,and well,it and enred recommended apply" )., on. J.board H. GUNBY, or to .Alligator, Colum1ia-' o., East. Florida.H. FOREIGN 'AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS," :JoLnsloa' Crews_, &_ ..Brawl* .-

.The Symptom saort prominent while ..affectedwith all of her friends to use the Mustang; 'Ag.nt sVII. ; WHIT, ,SMITH ,NO.,190 BA STREET, IMPOZTUS AND ,,.WH"L""jU;" .'...
let's worm, are b'ardness and fullness of tbe t tI Uniment JAS.:L. OLIVLR. B1SBEE, .(Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Joblsto "Co ) DIY M-
belly slimy stools,looseness of.tbe bowels, pick- Savannah Jan.llAK Agents,Jacksonville. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
q "
""* 1 ing at the nose, a btueinh streak under tbe eyes ; &1-Tbe St. John's will go to. 3s. Augustine Alligator Columbia Co., East Florida Formerly occupied by Chas Hartridge' ,' &to :,HO-:Ul EAST BAT, i. ,.
ECHO FROM TH: WIST.Mrs. I SAVANNAH GEORGIA. .
"0. If yon or any of yonr ehiMren have any of! every,fourth trip, commencing (leaving tiavan- -.
the aboT symptom*. H08EN ACIC'S WOliM B.; of St Louts, was nursing a young on the 29th uut.THE .. Sept.15-y ton M'MAUOJI. lAMU.DOYLE: ,A. Jomsoiv t j.:H. lurixr
sh ild, one became and the breast na
SYRUP be : very sore; OSSIAN HART
can safely depended By ,
open. nsing 111'pIe jan27-ly A.jJanCly< CREWSJiMa
inflamed A IIZfltts
caked-hard. few application of, ., ,
t3"r9 ttyov hare a certain, safe, and ) '
L
pey cure; and United States Mail Line ATTORNEY A T ,L W -
: A
the Mustang Liniment healed 'the : AvXInsaDya.
if after using according to the direction, tbe nipplere .. > -r..
moved the hardness and inflammation from the AUDERSOHS' & CO "'! ,.,
:
patient Is not restored to health, and the VJTMS BETWEEJI.Palatka KEY WEST FLA.; ; .,,,
breast and she had no' further trouble with It.
; .thoroughly) eradicated frost the .syiteu you can Practices the United States and State Course, FACTORS AND GENERAL
,. Numerous easesofthis han toar Fla. ,and Savannah Ga. .
\ -t description come
'rest assured there I,no remedy beyond the grave of the Southern District of Florida. CHABLESTOKIOTl;
As for fail,there' in no such word .as fail, with knowledge. aud it is always effectual.Mrs. (INSIDE ALL'THE WAY) July 10-tf. COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
those tue I F5w. Hughes of St. Louis, had a very severe it. ';
S. who my Syr,; attack Via, Picolc.ldBlack Creek, and Jacisonville BATANHAH.Ca.
inflammatory rheumatism in her shoulders '
AaCAIUDE1I. .r.,1 'l'h '.cI Werma. Fla., and St. Brunswick HOPKINS,,& BllAHAM D. MIXER -
Mary's and ,
back. mOlt
and the
arms After'suffering ..W. AHDIMOS 3.W. JLHDIKSOIC.Jr.JACXSO9 \ '
These worms,to wkbb the human system M lie excruciating pains for some ten days without obtaining Darien, Ga. "Attorneys at. Law, \ftetine street, between lmrtu 11iS4II.
his, are the most trouW iwu e of all others. Tbe jan27-ly .- H._ .-Jt
relief from her she CHARLEON.Sc.ja6.Iy .
y any %hysioianst was OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fl*., -" .
,
are generally to be fvan iu the if fT.; STEAM
reettun, and induced to trythe Mustang Liniment. Two fifty I PACKET WM. I
,\ allowed to remain from tk* irritation they produce cent bottles effected a perfect cure. '' ,Capt. T.E.SHAW, WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business STOVE nEPO'l'fD'GENElULFURNISHNG .
lay the foundation for serious disorder, The is Palatka trusted to their care will be promptly4 attended -
Mustang Liniment put up in 25o, 60o leaves every Thursday morning at 8 WARE H.-tESEII
neb as inflammation of the bowels other to. February 19, lS52.-tf ,
aud de.rangements :
and 91 bottles. The f 0o bottles contain muchas o'clock. .. I ,
,. of tbe stomach. Tbe best and safest of the 2fo bottles. Tbe $1 bottles contain Iibr.o I- Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings and \ '. HOUSE.. Comtnlssion a
Medicine that can U med is HOBEXSACK'S as much as eight of the 25o bottles. The $1 leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clock touching ,GENERAL 10 12 AND 14 JBAKHAKD STREET, SATAHJUH,GIC. VTHOLTSALE DEALER ?
WORM SYRUP. Snob is the .astoaishiug b.ttle.bold one pint,they are cheapest. at all the intermediate points as above. THE Subscriber'most respectfully invites a In Groceries
power of my Medicines over Atcaradtt;that 1 I A. G. BRAGG k Co.;sole proprietors of the The Steamer William Gaston connects Edmund '.Whitney .. at his Establishment where every effort and LI,1,
defy any one to produce a cue where ay Worm Mexican Mustang Liuimtnt Principal office I vrltb the Sew York Steamers Satuda 1 will be made to give satisfaction. The largest NO. 139 EAST BAY '
Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended to l>S 304 Broadway N.I'.,cornerTbird and Market every Commissioned lad.legally ctnaliedx and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor mju. '

used, that they will not cure. All that is necessary streets, St. Louis Mo. Through Fare from Palatka. Picolata and Measurer and Inspector of Lanber. far II Stoves from the best Manufactures. All janft-ly .c.
iI to use the Syrup in accordance with directions OLIVER BRAGG, Black Creek. 3 DaYal COMBtjr,- kinds of Hollow Ware, Hardware Cuttlenr, -
on each bottle; aud in cass a gentle purgative General A South, Trough Fare from |. 6 0 l 11l May be- found;when his services Wooden-ware;Brushes,Guns-single and double]r CONDIOTJENJULVGS'1e -
is required in order to allay the irritation 304 broadway, N. Y. Jaebouille. 0 are rid, on barrels,Pistols,Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps, CO*
: at the ,
inquiry Wholesale'
Republican office. and
they prodnoe the Liver PUU. .IUT.A. to. Also Retail Dealers ia
by tbeir symps E. 1ft fro., constantly manufacturing all
0. Palatka. jane
McCUEN BLOODGOOD k BOUS 6m
bising action and healthy operation upon the A. M. REED, MORRIS KE1L BI HERTZ.., Jacksonville. kinds of Plain, .Ptanishedand Japaned Tin-ware SADDLES
bowels is the most pleasant dieine that -are appointedAgents I .and Fluid 'Ilmill.
be Burning
can for the sale of the celebrated Mexican 24tfCLAGI10RN fc CO..8avannah. J. H. BOURS, Campbene MAURICE.-constantly on SADDLE t ,
taken.HOBKXSACIC'S Mustang Liniment,Jacksonville Also for sale Feb. "- hand.anZTJyl} BAGS- ,
LIVER PILLS. 'Druggists and Storekeeper. in every village NOTARY PUBLIC HABJTKSS,
No part of Ihe system is more liable to disease in the United States.. Opposition Line, carrying PRICE & VEADER W.In TIOSKS, .VALISES, &C.'& -t

than the Liver it being supplied with numerou L* march 24 JACKSONVILLE. E. FLA. NO. 165 MEETING STREET,
blood vessels and nerves and it diitewcd the the U. S. Mail, 147, Opposite Charleston Hotel. '

: blood of course flowing throuh all parts of the Never-failing Remedy. F. C. BARRETT Bay street Savannah, jalS 8-11
body,produces /.tw Con f'matt, J,,,dirt, Hit- BET N A T all times keep a large usortmcnUof fine CHARL7os.cTIARDWAIIB.
,tout Ajftctumt, hytptptia 4e- 4-f- Palatka Fla., and Savannah, Ga.I, Notary Public, 4 CLOTHS, '

LIVER COMPL.UVT (INSIDE ALL THE WAY) Commissioner for taking Ackno-wleAg- CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS, ..

t-- is attended witb chills, succeeded by fever Via Picolata. Black Creek, and Jacksonville p1 ment of needs, Which they are prepared to make to measure in

.pains in the region oftbe Liver vomiting,,seven bitter Fla., and St.' Mary's, Brunswick, and Darien I- And other Instruments of Writing, to be used ia the best manner. AlsoReadymade COURTNEY TENNEHT & Co.

taste, yellow furred tongue pulse full anti bound Ga. I the States of Clothing. DIRECT IXFORTKU W. "
log,the pain in tbe side h increased by preniiure, I NEW YORE AND PENN8TLTAXIA. A large Stock of FINE Clothing of good materials HARDWARE CUTLERY .GUNS PIS.
should the left lobe be effected the pain i i. generally k .' --- THE STEAM PACKET Jacksonville Florida. Oct. 14-t,f and well made. 'TOLS':, ,
in the left nhoulder, with a short dry oough, J Captain N. With .la variety FANCY ARTICLES; No.35Hapte Street,
the Mn becoming of a vtUow qffeara.net. and the at KING 8 o'clock., leaves Palatka every Monday morning F.Waver&o.omtuslon Hats, Caps, Canes Umbrellas, Shirts,Cravats: n.. 68*Q*

stools clay-colored This di eae can be cured C and Forwarding Merchants Stocks, Scarfs, kc. Itc. All of whieu will. bo WM.CCOURTNEY, O.B.TENN
Arrives Jacksonville I
by the use of.HO EX:5ACK'oS LIX'KR PILLS. a same evening and sold at the LOWEST PRICES. 'JAMES 8. EVA: ",
as they act leaves TueeaymorniDg at 3 o'clock, touching AND Savannah March jani-ly -
directly npoa the Nat of the disease 4th. 1853. 10-1, .
and then operating upon the bowels they expel i at.n places as above. Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Choice Wines I, '

all the corrupt and vitiated: matter from the sys HOLLOWAY'S Black Through Creek,Fare from- -Palatka- ,-Pioolta. and Liquors and Segars,Paints Oils,Drugs,te. te., yy/M. R. SYMONS,. D. A. AMBLE
tem for CASH .
OINTMENT. 001 ,
0 I
nodS
Fare from Jacksonville $ KAKOrACTORER
Through Bay Street Jacksonville DRAPER'AND/TA1LOR 'AMD DEALER a
E. Fla.
DYSPEPSIA. ;
ft>N. B. The Welaka connects with thosteamship TFT tPSa JCXX7OD (.A

The symptoms of Dyspepsia and its various A CRIPPLE sera ASIDE HIS CRUTCHES AITKR: Stat of Georgia, for Philadel S. WILLIAMS AND DEALER IN '161 :MEETING-STREET
diseases are dlxiiness in the head heartburn, opf phia. -"REA DY-M ABE CLOTHING jan6-ly
pression after eating meals sourness from TEN nAR."tlVJ'FERIJIIO.COJ'Y. AOE5TS. Commission CHARLUTOS. c.
f arising fit NO. WH1TTAKER
Forwarding 17 STREET
the stomach, Jtc., and wmetimes general langnorot of a letter from !; /rompwn, Chem i itt K. R. DUKE Palatka. Merch't Wli.IeaaI*Hat&Cap Wankovs,
the whole body. Frfta this it will be Peen that Liverpool, d led August 20th 1852. F. W\PEl* CO.. Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Fla.JAS. AVANNAH, GA.. ST, CUr
the disease owes its origin to a disorganized state To Professwr HOLLOWAY: S. M. Savana. Glores, Suspenders, Shirts, aDd Gentlemen'sFurnishing NO.16Il..1rIEETL'lG, opposiU.The

of tbe Liver and Stomach. HOUENSACK'S' DEAn SIR: I am enabled to furnish yon with a Feb.24t articles generally. in Store india constantly receiving nndersipellas fross kit
LIVER PILLS is the very medieine to sleet most extraordinary effected LIVINGSTON "- several
a cure by your invaln- jan27-ly manufacturer,all of the different kinds
permanent and lasting cure,as they act by shan,g- ble Ointment and Pills which has astonished evtery Charleston and Florida Forwarding Commission of HATS and CAPS suitable for th*.SNthsm
tog the certain morbid actions of the system inte person acquainted with the sufferer. Abon10 MAIL ; Herch't! BUTTER AND QHEESE EMPORIUM, and southwestern markets to which he iavitss Ue
f a healthy action, and rendering the blood pure years ago Mr. W. Cummins, of S.Unel.t. U. S. STEAMERSCAA DEALER IN DRY GOODS,PROVISIONS, BY Attention of merchant desiring goods fas his Eat.

J..I 'J'. P.m.Ie.. in this town, was thrown from his horse whereby f &c. &O. &c. laving many yean experience ia the bejiaenv ke

'";: Yon will fihd these Pills invaluible! medicine" be received very serious injuries. He had tbe zA Jacksonville. flatters himself that in prices and qvafity kit

,:{ In many complaints to which:'011 are subject. I Inobstructions best medical-ad at the time, and was afterwards iHETMBL && a. goods cannot be excelled. D.A.AMBLKR
an inmate of different infirmaries hogrew I .L -SA ANNAHGEORGIA
'
; yet
.; either total or partial. they have L. B. AMERMAN "
e. (- been found inestimable benefit in restoring and worse, and afterwards a malignant running Through to Pa/atk in 24 to 30 WHOLESALE DEALER IX' WIM.'r1JNNOFactor : :

m...: purifying the blood and other fluid*, so as to careall pled ulcer him settled that in be his could hip not which more so without completely crutches en p. The will leaveXharleston ever Dealer in Dry Goods, Ready-made BUTTER AND CHEESE: and.Commission.STercoait: .
complaints which may arise from female irregularities Saturday at 3 P. M. ,
as headache, dimness of sight, pain for nearly Ointment ten years. Recently he began to use LATKA every Monday Returning at wi, Picolata P.-10 Clothing, Gentlemen's Wardrobe DIKECT FROM (For Florida Produce)
and Pills, which have 1.
in safe the and side effectual back Jtc. These pills are the only> yonr the wound, strengthened bisjimb and now enabled healed A. M., and Jacksonville Tues. 3A.M. articles, Fancy Goods, bo., GOSHEN NEW YORK. $ -NO. S, SOUTHERN WHARF.,'' ,
remedy to rare tJCollo"in&\ The FLORIDA I will Charleston ,
him to dispense with his crutches, so that he every j"an27-ly Charleston, S. C.
can
complaints Gout. NerTOulI 3 P. M. '
ClII, Melancholy, walk with the Returningwill leave Pa Jacksonville. Fla.
Tucsda' =
Sick Headache, Giddiness, Hh ulBat.m. Di 5. health gate.t ease and with renewed ,, 10 o'clock A. M.; Black Creek .yl9yCOOP9XAVif
" tressing Dreams, Dimnen of Sight, or in faei and J.(Signed) 3 P. M.; Jacksonville, Friday. o'clock, A. M.Theie JAmES-- JNO. M. COOPER :CO., .
JIi 4 any of the Diseases that arise from affections of THOMPSON steamers connect with all the interio. HAWHAH B .kliiK 1ahata&
Ii' the Liver impurity oRbs Blood or constipation A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURE 01 A DREA D- Stages of East Florida; and connect both way KEEPS constantly on hand a general as- WROUSALZ ASD RETAIL DKALIR Ilf HENRY COOP3IAN continues to wpjlj

of the Bowels. FOL 81lN DISEASE, WHEN ALL MEDICAL AID with tbe New York"teamship Carolina Railroads Books $ Stationery, of Jacksonville with

HedlealWo !YIc1enrl. HAD rAILED. ,and the Family Groceries and Provision, CORNER WHITAKER ST.JULIAN 8T& GOOD BREAD
,
the undersigned, physicians, having had Copy of a Letter from Mr. Ilird, of fcj-1'assage from Charleston to Jacksonville, Of which he is always receiving fresh supplies. No. Warlnn'a a ilaiigc FOR CASH AND CASH bNLl" .
the receipt of their manufacture imbmitted to ns nearGainsboro, dated Drap 48; from Charleston to Palatka $10. ALSO SAY NIIAH. His store situated on Bay-etreet, i doan

for inspection, say that the ingredients of which To Professor HOLL-.WAT: For further J.particulars: W. apply to Numerous Articles of Household Furniture JXO.M COOFKK, W3f A. OLCOTT, X. X5AFP. from the old corner of Win.' AIsop (at present
they are composed make. them tbe best pill in SIR: Some time since one of my children CAUflVELL; Charleston.BELLECHASSE F. Waver &Go's,) where can bo bad at all tisn
use for all diseases of tbe Liver, impurities oftbe afflicted with dreadful eruptions over the body w.> & FIN EG AN.- Customers Building Fixtures, $c. Printing and Bookbinding execute with BREAD CAXESand PASTRfottmjiescription. -
.Blood Jus. Jacksonville. are respectfully invited to call. ._ -, .
GEORGE WOOD.M.D. and limbs. I obtained the advice of neatness and I '
em despatch.
P. C1tOWLEY, M. D. inent surgeons and physicians, by all l.rl of whom. Feb. R. R, REID, Palatka. ft>Store on Bay street, opposite Dr.'Byrne's Foreign Books imported to order at N. Y.prices. Persons from the eJuntrywill find it coBvealsatto '
1. BOWEN,M. D. the ease was considered hopeless. At length 1 IOt : huildings.-C0 ja2 Feb 10-tf t supply themselves with these articles,firask at
., _ his counter. Private
ft -Pnrcbsse none but those having the signa tried your Ointment and Pl. and without enc.geratfon. FOR PHILADELPHIA -- -- families regularly. sappEei
ture of "1. N. lIOHES \CK" as all .th.rs the effect .mirauloU for by In Justice's Parchment Paper Letter-C pying in town as heretofore. -
in their all pn.Yrg Court, 1st District, Alachua Parties wishing pastry furnished, cus& aa
.
are worthless imitations.Agents use, eruptions co., OOKS.
This
Philadelphia and Savannah Steam Navigation Florida Paper is very tough; shows times be accommodated with
and the child was restored to : June 30th, 1853.Attachment. B promptness sad ea
S
wishing a perfect and distinct and' '
new supplies and all others"wishing > I health. p Company. np copy, offers reasonable terms. .
to become Agents, must address the proTrietor. -.. I the advantage of texture and surface which may I take this tiaab
$ J. N. HOBENSACK,at his laboratory preroul1 lost a child from a similar com- rwhIE new and splendid side- ThonJas J. Prevatt k Co. be written upon without spreading. The Books for the liberal opportunity ofezpressugmy which
evidences
-1i: o. iso North Second above firmly believe, bad I in her M wheel steamships SUIIJjIW'om to t50 00 are well bound and of encouragement
,
street Race.PUlL e paged and are sold at the 1 have
adopted medicine, she IIVTII'b Daies already received and while eetiw
'
ADELPHIA. 10ul weal have Sen KEYSTONE STATE, Capt. John 0 ntt S laid at 1100. manufacturer's in re
on.
j prices single ones or in
quanti warrant
saved shall be happy the 'fATE OF GEORGIA, asking a continuance of the same feel
Sold by all Druggists and Merchants in the of this t any inquirer. trllt.1 J. J,; aAavu.8r.wi leave Savannah for Phila Capt. 1\1IE defendant and all others interested are ties. in claiming for the bread which I offer qnafiiiei

United States. my26-y (Signed) J. HIRD I; r- every 'These above suit notified of the institution of the PArENTDOUBLE LEVER COPYING unsurpassed in all the essentials which go to nan
by attachment
are the most comfortable tamllhip and to appear and the staff of life and.boI...
the palatable
CERTAL* RCMEDT FOE SCORBUTIC HUMORS, A". on coast plead to the declarations filed therein PRESS. ,pore,
MEXIVANMUSTANG A ASTOXISHINa unsurpassed for and speed. They will within the With this I will continue use the beat flour which,,ih-
: OOREiiF .AN OLD LADY SIVNT! safety time prescribed by law. press copies are taken with more
leave
TEARS or AGE OF A BAD LEG. Savannah a follows: RO T. YOUNGBLOOD ease, and much quicker, than with the Screw personal experience in the art efBakhmg.jesthli'.

LINIMENT.AS Copy of a Letter fro Messrs. Walker & Co., Keystone State of State \Veeial. 28th September. Justice of the Peace., Press and others ordinarily in use. It does not me Hareh24-tr in promising- my nstomers IIEN&TGQOPXALJacksonville Good Bread&*

this paper will fall into the hands of many Chemists, Bath. Keystone Seorgia State, 12th 6th October.do. Jue 30th, A. D., 1853. Ang. 4-3m out require of order.fastening down and ia not liable to' gel _

are not in the habit reading advertinenente : To Professor HOLLOWAT: ': fttate of Georgia, 19th, do.
in newspapers and especially those rela DEAR SraAmong the numerous cures effected Keystone State, 26th do. ALL Persons indebted to Andrew Fullwood, METALLIC DAMPENED Foundry
ting to Patent Medicines, we deem it a daIs r to by the use of your valuable medicines in I this Stat of Georgia, 2d November. Columbia county, .Florida deceased Superseding the use of the Brush Wet Cloth. "AND ,
,inform cll persons and also those who have not neighborhood, we may mention that of an old State I 9th do. are requested to make immediate payment to the and Blotting Paper, (saving all tfie time and trou zxt m'Ib 1m. ca V7' a'IB"
,- :'already learned the tact from their own experi'once lady living ia the YiUge of Preltn about fivemiles State of Georgia I 16th do. undersigned; and all persons having demands ble incident to'their use;) with it a perfect copy .

and observation, that Mexican: Mu'tang from th.city woune Keystone 23d do. against said estate are required to present them may always be secured with any press. s karinjr ud
Liniment is aad In her leg many years; and latterly State of duly within The undersigned the THE subscribers nade exteasiv*
realty, trnly intrinsically, the io Gergia. SOth do. proven time required by law; otherwise are silo and exclusive _
best remedy ever before offered to the afflicted creased to such..alarming extent, as to defy rall Keystone ,State 7th December. this notice will be plead in bar. Agents for Georgia and Florida for the above ar improvements ta tieir estaWisk-.
for rheumatism- neuralgia,> stiffness.or soreness tbe .usual rm.die her health rapidly giving State of I4th do. "- ARTHUR T. WRIGHT, Sheriff and have made arrangements by which meat, are now prepared to-famBh, .

.joints, muscles or Jeajon.. For cuts braises, way undjtethe suffering she endured. Ia this distreniaglRdition -' Cabin Georga. Savannah to Ex-officio Administrator. they are enabled to dispose of them at the manu- Steam Engines of any reqolnd, power, &<

bums or scalds sore nipples, caked breasts, 1,e., she had reoar to your Ointment delphia rhn $20 Alligator Ang. 15th, 1853. ang *-0mNotice. facturer's prices.American sue to one hundred.none. ; *
it Is unrivalled excellence and we have proved and IHI. and by assistance of friends; Steerage - S and Engliih Copying Writing Saw Mills
.it to be s certain/emedy for the piles. We was persevere.In their use; until she C. A. L. LAMAR Agent in Savannah. Carmine and Sugar Mill;
eu. Redlnkt
therefore rived a penfeeteure. We have ourselves been HERON Horse Powers; -
confidently recommend it;and advise.every MARTIN,* -
reader to try it, feeling a certainty of giv astonished at the effect upon,*so old a prn. she I Alnt in Philadelphia. SIX weeks from date, AwOl make r application; of Marking the beat Ink quality bv the, constantly on hand. Also Grist Mills and,an' ether,machinery 55.41*
lag satisfaction by giving relief. oinlabo"70 years of age. We PP/ setS the Hon. Judge of Probate for Columbia gallon barreL. thiseountry.-
S satisfy any inquiries as to the anthent'city o County for Letters of They hare also made large additions to their lronaMBrsssCaatings.8teamo&tinwMi1ign4. .
Administration
Nay. Yoxx, Jnljr SI, 1S32.We this really either Estate on the stock of Writing Papers of other repairing al
wODdeu cue. personally ci rby of ROBCBT W, every description- !
NEW BROOKS; late
hereby certify that we have used the com- letter.. e YORK. county deceased.oct of said Liberal discounts'made when told.Ia quantities D&OS.- ; .
,. P"Ddknowauthe Mtctanj Liniment,and hare A private in the Bath police,force, also, 13THOMAS a of five reams and up wards. Iklscblniry pif..c. izs. 1IS win ispuilis
BO hesitation In recommeading it as the beat; ar- bCD perfectly cured of an i old scorbutic affect h: PACKET LINE.'The. MLXZEAL SPRINOS! ,.COLUMBIA Co.DEXTER. Mathematical Instruments, Surveyors'Com- operation in any part of the State bj
ibis we have ever,ue4 for the cure of sprains, face, after all other means had failed. Hestates October 4th FLa..l' passer;Chains Drafting Materials, &e.&o. competent machinists i when desired and njosreasonable ,
calla'eats, braises, lie., on horses. that it U entiiely by tbe use of 1853. $ They have facilities for executing Bookbinding terms. 'r.\'A
40 All who donbt this will please call on the un meat, and speaks loudly in It praise. 'your oinL ; .- C. In all the various styles. and of making np Blank: ,.1: Drawingm ,and;.astlnwt ...frusbstthiStcharge.

dersigned and their will bo happy to afford lall We remain sir, .I! Notice. Books ruled to any pattern which they put '
other information In their power as regards its Yours faithfully 'The New'and Regular line of Packets between SIX MONTHS- after date I shall the, the best of stock. Also of Card,Circular Label MOONEY t GOOKIN,

efficacy,Ju>* LUTZ DALL Jt Co. (Sige WALKER .&c. ). New.York Jacksonville, and Palatka; composed .Judge of Probate' for Duval apply to and Fancy Printing. -Foitdevsand Mtu1iaiall.

Proprietors$ Manhattan Stage Ci).-, I April 6th ,:, ., by the new and fast-sailing schooners for a final settlement and discharge as joint county Ad. Foreign-,Books imported at New York prices Jacksonville, March L 1868. 1 17 _
Eztrseitromaletter&&ted The mis should h..d conjointly with the F Joseph Orlce;270 tons A.ROGERS, Com'r. ministrator on the estate of Obadiah Congar. Savannah 'JOHN'.M.COOFEK"' ,CO.
: mont in most of the following eases s OiL JersejrOak, 160 tons, J. S. ROGERS Com'r late of said county,'deceased. Feb.. 10th.: No.4.
... .
OintCal Aag. 15, 185- Bad will .
"" Legs Chlego-foot .Fbtll Sore Throat ply regularly between the ports. jelWSm OEO. FLEMING.. ,
I believe the Mustang Liniment Chilblains Agont in New York UENJLMINP..T01VIISEND
most an ex- Bara. SkinDiseases > tIn .
silent article. My wife brought couple of I bot ,, Cbap'd hands, Glandular ..: JOSEPH GRICE, Waters the Circuit' Court- of' :the Eastern AUCTIONEER BYRNE'S BUILDING,
tles with bar which I most thank you for.rith. S. -. Bunions, Corns,( .)S.elDls.IgO, Agents in Jacksonville, ',cult of Florida,Putnam Cir JACKSONVILLE BAT-STBKKT .JACKSOlIVlJI&
::i Since she came here, my hone fell down s Sre Bea.CancersPiles, s Tumors ,''B1SBEE CANOVA., County to wits .FLORIDA, '
eIeP
.a., and injured me considerably but broke no Ulcers, oaod.,, j Agent Ip Pilatka,I Isham C. Ellis, Respectfully solicits sales in Town and Country IS Do..ne irlrr'1ama 1r; and =

bones.. 1 had recourse to the Liniment, and the Sore Nipples, Yaws,; 8al.V, iasls 1 R. K.-DLIKC. ., eomplalnant'l Bill for' Dl'orei. His Auction Room la over the Store occupied bj tortment of Fall and Winter DRY OOLo--

relief la fact tbe cure' WM.Astonishi ; Bile,of Mosquitoes and Sand Flies, ..;All goods directed to tbeir care will be promptly Abigail R. S. N.,Williams (Dr. Foreman's old ..t&lld.llu'UQcu. ..) of braelntr the most, fashionable and latest.stjfcs '
every description and varistT of SUp
(Signed) 'D.UAMSO3L : fnpweA.d' .
Contracted '
and Stiff --
Joints -
Extract u oroiu a letter .' Sold> the 1852. JLII of complaint being filed in thU ease;and : end Fancy Articles.
,fPrtmBCTiJf at .stablishme t of Professor tltember'4tl *
2. it O. M. Lee ;
lon appearing to the ;atisfftction of ,the Esq.:, Madison; Joha W Westeotl Atso, .
Oct, B, 1852. Way, 234 Strand, (near-Temple, Bar,) : ; mrt.:that the, defendant resides without: the 8W"-Angurtine; Jasivgston,5.- 'b Groceries,Uquors,Wines;C u nd ciectarr,
:
; an4 by all \endorsof throughout N Goods! Bt at of Florida to wit Lams..Jacksonville.. N.i Wl Hardware 'and sad complete ua'
Ajaetber.frusoiitaieewhtb .itiee41n Obto the United States in M.doln.. cu: New. Goud! in the State of Georgia, J Jjl2 avery large
I pots, 87 cts., and on motion of J MaRched scent of IAdieaC..Dd CbJUrea Sbeei
.ft dsvs 1 8 ; .Baker
Jetf thought spoke "blglal,.of the i 8150 'eta.each: Wholesale JUST received by, steamer, a.rich well for Elq..o1iOltor Charles Da' .
the and aaIe"
firt;eitttM M sUog. being In theoQoeofjft I principal Stook complainant,it is ordered that a bearing of Waal, Au t1qneer. Hats Caps, and Ba.tkts&a.. b' .Fot
la houses in the Union; and ,.,-. A/B. Clf Domestic and Fancy Dry 4e facts in I t Ca M.tJ,. D.
charged by
:, pbysldM otf.&h sttndigg, {Mtioed as be .- ": Goods, Ready-made said bill of.complaint be bad JACKSONVILLE F. qal7. ,J.,
,opeoed the doer offcU bok-casc,jtrer i bottles Hnd.New York. : ., Hats, to' 'Clothing_BooU'and Shoes,' at the next,term of the Court, to be. holden' at Sale in UT part of the Cjuntj attended to, _oct 13 \ _.- T" I:; '
.nIut.aa.r, .10111! side .1 w-'lcb1'waua considerable taring by, taking. the .The Friends -, Palatka. {In the said county of Putnam the and papeotfu1lj solicited. '
and
1'atroDlOtthl on
( sipty large Ues. {
'. ,_ Subscriber are first day .November His Auction Rooms (:_SKEDSfand .
)1all&Dc boU.I end two next, and that and Storo-how .
OIiIlOt solicited art
prac.1pl.1oa n. to calland said deftn. kept
GhA
N.B -
examine h V"
< the guidance of Stoo dints do on Bay Street
present
,
-11l1e4 1&iutammg Drctlon.lnr patients ; near the
with appear and plead principal : -G n'U1Be.
LInInent 00 which w. every d consisting in part of-. answer or demur to he market: where c.res .
,'ithe following directions '. i rcr t each pot. the said bill of complaint keeps on hand at all seasons of '
Rub t.\. throat well Small og'd Prints or Gingham's M ,on or before said day the ,oar. on TUST from thNnTiSitMh 4
,de Lalnei the received
SIght and with the for sale in Jacksonville pr&eurVriU* most reasonable terms, <
nwroing Liniment and wrap TJb.Oi tie &cJ. Alpaooos Mohair Lustra Brocade nerenP pass to tb.saus manner Provisions family Groeeriea,aw oj Laudreth M
;
:> woolen cloth by Alpaccas, as Jtthe..rendn bad for cash or ;a Phuadalpk1a.i
,
around U. J. P, FLE. country produe
appeared
Chameleon v
:' 'P..II..Meekiogs Il/NValnot-strcet Cincinnati UNU. Jane23-y _. "l"rAfoMILLf rinoes ,Paramatta Lustres Persian Cloths English Me. in Court It t. further ordered and that WM a present Goods sent to Subscriber oa Commission;'eltb* vent or Fresh.ij;' ,Genate' OrdS4f4. fth ., .
} Cloths -
Ha.C all wool; Plain and the above ClOPor i II for private eie ot1.- :. '
or auctIon
be
confined to bis ordar -
bed J
Faa and under treatment of a lDITI0l. orAltcrath Powder. Fig'd'M.: ,do Lames, black and colored ; published. In..some public attended disposal will be quickly
physician *om SI!. ""k.,wltla Silks, ttewsMpertn this State for the to and amounts reoedlly: '
neuralgia, of the < 10,lor.e..1 plain and embroidered Cashmere space ofthree orwsr4e4.-- ,tA;
'. affsriBM were indescribable ine" .. Bttmberofjreart M auctioneer IE"
,. and the '" : and otherwise. '
only bow -
rich
so.p.tIon gecer.1sattstanLlouforhepnrpoe ;
wt of Im 'Y'rl' ,< Gallon, Btell ''Slippers H. ,no
from the: most,agonizing pain, was,while eondltton vf horses Frefoh Ties Children'Sbyes WlLfJAM'A.FORWARD. reeommendaUoiw/;desires that If
of
prnC.th.
pnder,the influence of' whenrtuced aU ktnd. Gen- /ndg"of tie) Circuit Court $nqnlre.sboildb.ma4. ,tN' '?
oplnm or morphine: His hard Ilsmen's.War.Avery of the asteV rerardinff himself,: of : : ,
d. LenckeWs&rt7.Yctr ,
J4oetor finally advised him'to w010 5' 'r' Cfe $ FJorW.ai-- "* any Coomerolal House at the place yt his : '.
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try tie Mustang "can.lll' a- manifest its altera rich assortmeat-of: ready-made dno'. -- $11' .1-4--, i .. ,
Ualmenti be did so, and in two day .wuabls I.. the Improved spirit and appearance Pants,Veats-Hatgliqqt Shoev'and Bootees Coats,' c :April 31st,,18i3.i . : I: : '1fARLES' -DaWAU.' ,I '' ".t' :'" ..W'c.a. t .." -
,
.450 ftbonibl>14 boilness,perfectured> of the animal,and maybe .safely used both.as'a' Shirts CoUsri Ora.tI,Soartt, TiN Stooki, &c. ;1. St4n114Q' GJJnaklC1uk otUte ClrcUlt Court "IR\lUh'181Ltt.; 'I :: a.a tHaie4B1 ,:7'.: "J.aao .-
preventative and-cure fur jBdysl C1othl. and / 4 nil aotTTB., many .0mplt. to *good assortment on band- certify:that the DutIt'i-
.i \ The Mexican 0101:1' .LI .." bas be n.na d bou wbIeltiey'ar.nbject'sucbss' IUd" I' Negro.Clothing'and Cloths -very cheap; &bo,u/f./ tntt *$* of order on file ta"7 fflo,. 1 ;RCi110YRI. "i U&VtvAM*?***.m' ( "" '
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,.l,' I* f.mtly d.L.ot AppetlU'Yellow; !, ,Please call and examine Goods and Prices. .w i'IJ..1IJ1 hand and the seal of onfee this nmtBS ,.1" s.-H- "v ,-
ay plantation w.t '' h
; for a great 'per, ; .I. Uef'reno ," g ntl have t.,Sold fw cash only-"y "*."* ;.-.*.1, ,/ 2tstdsyofApr11&D:1ss-- -' ; kte too'Store formerly J.;MCOreeaCwM ,"
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