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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: December 15, 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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;AGENOYi.In Publish the following- Valuable. oce' thesians Cabinet, but because 9 cordial Union coctld the"..parties without the arbitrament of tfebil .

; LAW BOOKS. The intelligence from the Seat of War has soldiers, and Bji itf auxiliaries many tri l be establshietLwjth: France.-. -f I party, and is to each entirely atafattory; ,

e' X..aa.ra.-ee Company 01'VUe. crowded t4-jirvhve foree-JB, Asa This error has'been. fatal. to him. "" "" eonelosioir: thia "' .
out of fpl '
news
New York, Johnson's Cases,. volv ?J ed., with a. every other discriptioni that gives 4hewfc: ians enough tod to hold arn>gant construction of the .cote ofi' ed by thankf"i'vimr .: e .< .
large number of additional notwithstanding which it Is lhtuj\\"n, ; -
CAPITAL 200000.: ca'it's.Carnes' extremely difficult u .- Vienna conference ,was' IheVconseque ,. Ity expressions' of ; **?' .
Ct', F."WUVEIt. E..J. RICUARDSOc Reports, 3d ed. 3 vols; Anton's Nisi to'arrive anything like" a connected' I.ThcRussianabaye nowjn: be; rincipaf-- and when, all too late, he was plainly loLJ mutual confiden eThaI feeting.vbkb

President._ Secretary.GrCBIU I'rius Reports, 2d ed, with many additionalcaseJohnson'e narrative. !in !the confusion of contradictory' ilies455,000 serviceable men, and,.42,000 ,inhospital. both by France and England, that if he didnot prevail .among the Commissioners .ef' thrtrocborchrs .
Fire insurance Company of''Utica. Reports, 20 vols., the latest .i Their head quartersaiat Bucharest retreat voluntarily would
and undated they compel we bopeistr.fjpt.
despatches that fbUovv may
and best edition each
: Cowen's New York .defendedjby tdme hundied heavy, bUD to do- he
guns. eo, was moot anxious1o retrace of that which will prevail hereafter Ihroatb-*
.. s CAPITAL $200,000.fito. Reports, 9 vols.; 'Wendell's New York Reports other to the markets of Paris and London. i The army operates in -two 'divisions, com- his steps, and doubtless deeply, regretted out the bonds'of our'

.CCT Prea't Wii. h, DEPR CK, Sec'y. 26 vols.; 'Hill's .N. Y. Reports, 7 From the materials before us we are enabled" : maid resirtjvely by Dannenberg(already that he bad miscalculated the feeling North and :Sooth common MetbaduB.

tt-fctehtroocltrr\Vatcrford Fire Imoranec, W. Y. Company.. vole ; Demo's N. Y. Reports, 5 vols.; Bar- to gather the details of the events that havetrnnsired flogged) and Gortecbakofl", The, latter can of the. :French and. 'English I govern Mneb'credit tn be awirfed to 1 ioecv
bour's Law Reports, 13 vols., N. Y.;: Comstock's bold his various positions with suitable To '
garripons ments. pave the way for his retreat and Jad e McLtao;'Jot'1Jt .ta ,tfee.epletioo
*' CAPITAL to the time. agency .
$15OX.Fres't A
F. Reports, 4' vols.! N. Y."b'andford's np present decir ; and epare 24,000 men for the field, submission to the mandate of England antt of Lbie.imPOrll.DI.uc dniraA-sr'- .

Ciis.Cuxn,.. .. -; D. MOE, Sec'y.Innres Superior Coijh Reports, 2 vols.; Johnson's sive battle was honrly looked for. Report eitherin junction with" Dannenberg or/onhis France he promptly "repudiated the note of raugeroent, and we.doubt not Me tbia .aci, ..

property against loss or damage by Chancery Reports, vols.; Hopkins' N. Y. says the battle"has_already been fought 'at own hooki They communication' his -ministerwhich however m body will stand prnminpntly' among those*of ,b.. .

fire or lightning, on -as reasonable terms as any Ch. Report; Paige's N. Y. Ch. Reports, or near Bucharest and victory is variously open with Russia, are well'equipped, and' doubted bad keen written with bis' full 'ap.probation long and brilliant eairer which have e vet
other solvent company. Applications received 10 vols. Edwards' N. Y. Chancery | passably! well provisioned. Strong reinforcements
issued ; .e- assigned to either side. ; and.he was rapidly shaping Lisa < enviable_a'l|>vsition.before tbe Cbis.
oy tim
and fcoliciw A. WILBUR ports, 4 vols.: Hoffman's Ch. Reports, 2d Infantry are on the way,'' but cari- coarse in conformity .with' the necruitif of pubBc.. .:. ,_ _.
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129 Congress ctreet avazwsj., ed.; SandfonTs Chancery Reports, N. Y.4 The only authentic statement of any repulse net reach' for five weeks. ,Cavalry reinforce' the erisitf, when the eaaunrnceKieul of :bos.tilities : The details tithe aelflement will belied' '

Agent Oak i.lfe Insurance vols.; Barbonr's Ch.,Reports 3 vols., N. Y.; the Turks have met with, is that,, on bent are. not intended to be writ uriiill and the defeat of hi* army in every; known to the public when the final .decree

Charter v>p. H Hartford Ct.L Company Clarke's Chancery Reports, N. Y. English the morning of th* 9th, their force of 2000 spring. Old Paskiewitch is to take the command battle known to have taken place rendered of the Coart shall transpire. .

CAPITAL $230,000, with a large surplus. Endorsed Chancery Reports, 35 volumes-formerly were compelled the island in and the Emperor, it .is expected will any action equally dangerous. If lie perseveres .. GcpajBC PecsViujiM ,
by the State. condensed, hut now published verbatim, .tjevacuate come near the seat of wa.r.Var being now in war,'he will be so punished as to \ A'. .
Atnra GILL Pres't; JAS. C. WAUCLET See',. with notes and references to both Englishand front of the .8tr:ng Russian position of formally declared, the Russian generals may retard the great object of Russian Ambition The above-' report}jpajivadopted. aJT.

H.vunaa.L.J3rD, M. D., Exam'g Physician for Sa- American decisions, by John A. Dun- Ginrgevo. In contrast to this trifling check l act on the (ffellsive-if they can. At an island for half a century to come; while if be 2. VKOza* &re1afJ..

This company will issue policies on the joint lap, Esq., two entire English volumes in we Lave the details of the following brilliant opposite Giurgevo, (hut not at Giurgevo makes peace under existing circumstances: .

ttack pnne
combining the benefits of both systems at the op- vos., with extensive notes and references i-occasionally bombarded by the whose fanaticism it was not difficult to tabs the above annooiicement of ,the am.,

tioi.f the insured. i by the lion. Ezek Co wen, one of the Judgesof THE BATTLE OF OLTFJ ITZ1.We'llave Turks across the river,) at Siainniiza at arouse, but which he cannot so easily rabl settlement of the dispute wbiefc has
Policies will be toned at the lowest rates of ,
prcniiun tb&t can be adopted, and afford requisite the Supreme Court of the State of New now detailed accounts of this first encounter Turna, at Kalarash, at Kalafat \here they control.On ; ra long existed between the two branches,

secwity to the insured and perpetuity to the York, assisted by Nicholas Hill, Jun. Cot n- between the Moslem and Russians. It lave 42,000 men, at Rustchuck, and at Si- i Tuesday afternoon. the 15th, a rumor of the Methodist Episcopal Church North,

institution. pellor at Law; N. Y. Digest vols., beinga proves to have been an affair of much more There are besides movements alongthe was industriously circulated that Lord Aberdeen and South, in regard to the property--which

Policies issued for the benefit of a married Digest of all the N. Y. Common Law Reports importance than at first stated. After a continued Turkish side of the Danube that indicate had resigned, and that a more warlike belonged to them in common, prior to'..the',

woman will on the enure life to of her her separate husband,use or any, independently other from the earliest period to the present fire from midnight of November 1st an attempt on the part of the Turks tocrosslo'"eriJown ministry would immediately, be appointed. separation. The terms of .the adjustment'

perm of her husband and of the claims of her time, 1850; American Chancery Digest, 3voh. to daybreak of the 3d. the Turkish ammu- the stream. at Galatz.! perhaps The consequence of this rumor was seriously are withheld from the public, ,until the

creditors. 3d ed.. Barbour's Chancery Practice, nition became exhausted-and with the wild with a view to turn the Russian flank. felt in the Money Market; but I have no courts (which have long bad the subject.

SLAVES IXSntED on reasonable term 2 vols., a new American work, with an extensivecollection cries of Moslem warfare, the entire.Turkish ,Oaiac'g quarters, and base of the Turkish i means of judging of its accuracy. The charge) shall conform their action "to 'th.

California and Australia Risks taken. of Precedents; Wheeler'sCriminal force charged the enemy with baronet and operations, are at Shumla. He has already ; probabilities however, .are all against its new state of, things; or, in other warder

129 A. WILBUR, Cases, 3 vols; City Hall Recorder, sabre and scattered them at all points! The'. taking the medium of conflicting staements being true ; and 1 think the next steamer's issue a decree in conformity with the Tolun-

inyZG-y Agent, Congress st.,Savannah. 6 vols. in 3; Conkhn 's Treatise 2d ed., on Russians left twelve hundred on the field in -80,000 men across the river, and an equal news will show that it was a mere stock tary settlement. The Journal says:- ,

the Practice of the U. S. Courts Grahams killed and wounded, and were driven back number between the Danube and the Balkan. jobbing rumor. The present Cabinet are It is however safe to infer, that the adJuI'm

WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Practice, 3J ed. 2 vols; Graham's New upon Bucharest where a heavy fire from the His troops are well armed, equipped, fed, and, now.quite ready.to act whenever it betome! nt is based on the principle of a. pro rats

Trials, 2d ed. enlarged; Barber Criminal artillery of the place, brought up the pursuing in the meantime, paid, and he has in his necessary to do so ; but this readiness division of the property. No other adjustment -. .

SIlYlll AND SILVER PLATED WAHE. Treatise, 2d ed.; Paine's C. C. Reports, 2 Turks, who then returned toOltenitza army officers of skill.A comes rather late, antI when Parliamentmeets _would! be admissible, even if the eoartfj

IN FLORIDA and else- vols; Petersdorffs Abridgment and Supplement and encamped upon the field, their first care movement wenay look for at an early they will probably lose their places decreed some other, provided the two bodiesare

PURCHASERS ricinity of Savannah, are informed 17 vols.; Wheaton's Law of Nations; .. being to fortify the position. The battle date, is an encounter between the main bodyof because they neglected to act when Nicholasfirst continue WI| arate. The, N Nortbera

that the subscriber has on hand, and is Cowen's Treatise, 3d ed. 2 vole; Benedict's was fought within a triangle of land formed i the two armies.Letter crossed the Prntb. That was an error [.ranch of the church never could feel easy

eouUntly receiving from the best and most respectable American Admiralty; Dirt's Law of Vendors by the waters of the Arais and Danube; on- : pregnant with disastrous consequence and possession of the whole property, becanaf

,manufacturers RUBY, PEARL in,the and country other JEWIiLY rich DIAMOND and Purchasers. 4th 'ed.; Monell'sPractice. ly nine thousand Turks were engaged, hut from General Webb. not to be forgiven ; and yet, when we bear they know that the"LoledoaDDi in enquiry

and sterling Silver Ware, such as 2 vols.; Archbold's Criminal Pleading they had occupied a strong quarentine building O ( nun STEAMSHIP ATLANTIC, ) in mind, the constant attempts made upon belong to them. .
TABLE, DESERT and 3 vols; Phillips on Insurance. 2 vols. I and an old redoubt situated in the :Monday, 12 M. $ I' the life of the Emperor of France and the The ef&ct of the compromise will IM to .

TEA SPOONS and FORKS, 3d ed.; Eden on Injunctions, 3 vols; Revised plain near the Dan.ube as well! as the village. Three years ago I was fourteen days in'' consequences which might result from their allay the bad feeling, which for sooe year
SILVER PLATES and WAITERS, From this position they threw shot and shell success it is not difficult to percieve why it past baA existed between the churches .
TEA SETTS CASTORS, CUPS and Statutes, 4th ed., 2 vols.; Adams on Eject making the passage from Liverpool to New
SAUCER, GOBLETS, I ment; Connecticut Reports, 12 vol!. with great effect up to the very entrance ofa York ; and for several, days after sailingthis was that England! abstained from taking North and South. We should not be greatly .

TETMBL1aS, PAl' BOATS I They are constantly supplied with all tJaRe- village whence Gen. Dannenbnrg was directing I time we had a right to that our decisive measures at the proper moment, and surprised to record, in.,he course of a few

SOUP and SAUCE LADLES ort' of the various titatco, as soon as pulflRied.ARCIIBOLD'S the attack. A telegraphic despatch would be one of the suppose longest and weakly trusted the peace of Europe to negotiations years, the re-unioirof the Iwo bodies in .
PIE. ICE CREAM,CAKE and sent to the French Government, and imme- j I' passage and contingent .events. There one vast christian fraternity. The friendly
FRUIT KNIVES, SOLID CRIMINAL PRACTICE & !I mOlt tedious ever made by a steamer of the
SILVER DESERT. PICKLE and I'LEAUIXG, diately (on 13th lust) communicated to the Collins Line. But thanks to the sailing was an absence of judgment and; decision in eXpressions contained iif the certificate of

BUTTER KNIVES, The foregoing is the sixth American, from the Turkish Minister at Paris says that the I qualities and admirable model of the Atlantic their snpinene when the Pruth was adjustment clearly point in that directioa.
NAPKIN ItL\Gs SALT CELLARS and twelfth and last Lonticn edition, of ARCH- Russians twice drove the Turks from their crossed, which is not only unpardonable, It may even be po iUe that the adjustment
I and to the watchfulness and indomitable
FRUIT KNIVES. BOLLPS CRIMINAL PLEADING. Mr.Arch- but that the third this energy, but which I think will their is based which
position, on day, (by ensure early on a iropectiverennien,
bold's writings have hen before the public for 1 of Capt. West and
Silver plated Spoons, Forts and Ladle Cake perseverance
d-ssolution after convenes indeed is the natural
called fur
November 4th Parliament mont well
despatch ,) ths Turks as as the
fiukeU Castors, Waiters, Snuffers and Trays. !| nearly half a ccntary-aproofofthe high esteemin I all under his command, we shall probably '
Ivory balance Handle Knives,and silver plated which they are held. This edition u much dispersed the Russians with the loss above be along side our wharf in about twelve the despatch of business. J. W. W. most equitable wnrse'.
en .Tabte and Desert Knives, fine twentyone more comprehensive than any of its precee srars. stated. The Russian loss of officers was I .
from
I i The former editions confined to days and thrce-ql arters tbc time of ludla and China. linn Ztenu brcIgra1auiI Ball
day Marble Mantle Blocks and common I were Pleading particularly severe, the enemy's marksmen & *-
'
firav Clocks of every description. aud Evidence. The present, in addition to what our sailing. 1&& :
Gold t Silver Lever and Lepine Watches, was contained in any of the others, treats very having apparently endeavored to pick off as A reference to our log will show, that The overland mail in England, arrive Advices have been'reeeived in NeW.Tork

Fine enamelled Hunting Watches, I fully of the different crimes, and (f every branch many as they conld. It is particularly from Thursday noon on the 17th when we with dates from Calcutta October 4th, Bombay from Mexico that the Government Jiad-.received "

vGold & Silver Watch-Chatns, Seals& Keys J I of CRIMINAL PRACTICE. It consists of noticed that the disabled officers are almost I passed Cape Clear, until Saturday the 26th, October 14th, Burmah September( ,,17tu, official notice of the landing'of 200
of nine hundred each
three volumes, and
Gold & Silver TaimUeJ, pages without wounded the conical
Gold & Silver fc'jx-ctacles, I will be found by far the taost extensive, thorough balls of exception the chasseur by I I we Lave been obliged to contend with a con- and Hong Kong September 27tli. armed men. from Fan Francisco La Pat, ,
KoOger' Fine Locket Cutlery and useful work on criminal.lair ever published. regiments organised oit j tinunus succession of gales such as are The alarming intelligence .telegraphed! to in Lower Califoinia.-who had taken posse- .
liawrs and Razor Strops It contains all the American as ncil as Englishlaw the model of the celebrated French chasseursof t'[ rarely met with on the Atlantic, even in the effect that Russia had formed an alliance son' of the,town placed the Commanding .

Card Case. Port Monaies, fce.Fartieolar with appropriate practical forms for every Vincennes. The Turkish artillery was j what is denominated a "winter's passage.1 witt'Dost Mahomed to stir up hostilities in Genera! in prison anti declared Lower California
attention will be given to Uepalriug proceeding. No lawyer, and certainly no judge beautifully served. The Russians, too stood I *
.
The fact that has stoo-1) Ind If the following The expedition arne*
. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. !or district attorney, should Le with nt a copy. their all solitary our Captain rest! mainly on authority { independent.
manfully to and the affair had
arms,
From his long experience and extensive facilities And for the student,wibLiog to obtain an insight on deck, during seven hours nf a dark paragraph in the Delhi Gazette of a flag with two star?. Great excitement
features
,he confidently believes he"will!satisfy all who into Criminal Practice as well as an accurate the of a pitched battle. Omar Pasha tempestuous night, lashed to one of the September 28th. How much credence is to ists throughout the Republic. 'It i is believed

ay favor him with the patronage. and profound knowledge of the principles of did not command in person. The positionof masts, i is calculated to demonstrate that our be assigned to it remains to be seen. "Let that Santa Anna will declare himself ,Emp.-- .
His prices are as low. and terms as favorable, Criminal Law, this i just the Book.BANKS. Oltenitza is very strong; the left wing ot C.
has been and from Cabul receiveJ this morning
a rough one our safety ters men- ror.
GOULD & co. passage
as at other establishment in the State. the Turks Anlis '
the river
any being protected by there bas been has advanced Advices have been received at the State
S. WILMOT. 1 Market-Square, 144 Nassau, New York. been cared for. Danger tion that a Russian army
March 24-/ ::Savannah Ga. And 475 Broadway, Albany. (Ardrisch,) The right: by a sramp impassableto none; because the steamers of this line> are within ten marches of Oorgunire, the capitalof Department Washington, from "Mri. Ba--

July 23. horse, and the rear by the fortress of Si- so large, so buoyant, and so admirably managed Khiva. The Khan of Khiva and the chaOlan: who haJ an interview..with,Lord

listria and the fort of Turtukai. The gunners that they may be safely said to put at King of Bokhara had taken the field with Aberdeen regarding the fishery treaty sod

IIKfCIIES All EEJI1IY. PLANNERS ATTENTION in Turtukai fireJ with such precision: defiance the natural hazards of the ocean ; their respective forces to resist the enemy, the projiosed reciprocity trade. The treaty
.4V _. during the battle, that the shots passing over wills it otherwise will! be Mr Buchanan
and unless Providence and were at the date of our advices two prubably accepted.
THE iTBSCIUBCE IS SELLING ALL DESCRIPTIONS heads of the
the Turks execution
LEISATTSAMERICAN didgreat I
OF are as safe as the safest land conveyancecan marches this side of O-irgunge. The avow expresses the opinion that England will soon.
JI FERTILIZER among the Russans.; A report says the be where comfort and pleasure only, ed object of the Russians is the conquest of. declare! war against RussJa. ,

Gold and Silver Watche, Jewelry AND SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, Russians lost eight. guns. and not speed are sought for. I: the country. It is thus easy to understand' Senator Wrller has published a letter_..

aijd 'Silver Ware, HAS KO E UJL. Referring to .this engagement a Vienna Incidents of voyage we have none ; butit why the Czar shou'J' have effected the alleged nounclng his determination to 'support 'In*'

at retail, at ranch: less than the usual prices. EXPRESSLY FOR letter of the 10th says, "it is not likely that is creditable to all on board that with one ; alliance with Dost Mahomed whose aJiniiiislralion, bat proclaiming his" sympsvhv -
PREPARED
JU11GENSEX WATCHES the following: startling news will find its hundred and twenty passengers confined to neutrality, alone in such a quarrel! would! with the Hards. '-"*
WJieat and Grain of all kinds Corn Potatoes
R al Jolea with way into our papers but you may rely implicitly the saloons for nine consecutive days, nota be worth securing at any cost." Rnmors of It is understood that according to the ditm -
Jnrgenren atehes. certificates and Gram in suitable for .
from him witheach Watch,warranted perfect all Soils.; on its truth. The victory of the solitary instance of jarring or dissension the Russian alliance had) reached the Britislr j nt of the MethodJst:CHjurch:controersy -' .

..u..bepe.Iriee f50 to $230. BARREL is sufficient for an Acre of Turks (which was owing to treachery,) was has occurred. It has been two rough to both by way of he Bolan an I Kyl-er passes, the Church South will receive the

OOOFEU 1VATCIIES, ONE far superior to Guano and at half its more complete than is generally supposed.The read or to write ; we have experienced the and these rumors, together with 'some apprehension regular dividends with interest tiaee.' U7.

.5Pvplqc and Leyera. in Hunting and Magic Ca- price can be had at$3 53 per barref, or$23 per ton oulpqsts nearest the river were Poles, tedium inseparable from oar position; and of movement among the Aff--amounting to $70.000 the presws *t Rieb

,.' perfect tune-keepers. $125 to $275. of 2,240 Ibs. Method of using it, scatter Broad. and they not only permitted the Turks to most undoubtedly, the temper and forbearance gans. ha i led to a large reinforcement o!1he mol, Nashvillejand Charleston valued at
!
INDEPENDENT SECOND cast and Harrow in. To be bad of the proprietor without giving notice ot their of all have been
cross
approach abundantly tested. British garrison of Peshawur. The report f30OOO'all dues from the Southern" States'
and .,Qnartr Second Watches, for timing only. No.GEO.19 South A. LEINAU Front-street Prop'r., Phila., but actually assisted them in the And yet there has ever been evinced a kindly that Persia is collecting an' army to operate ammounting to S30.000 and 121,000 jt cub.'

bones, in,gold, and silver cases. $123 to 250. USED SUCCESSFULLYBy work of death. The cannonade lasted, with feeling, a corJial good-will, and a considera against the.Turks we have already noticed The trustees of the Book concern at Cincinnati

CimOJfO31ETKIlS. slight intermission, twenty-eight hours. The tion for each other, so entirely at war with for the purpose of discrediting it.. have not assented bat probably!'will.

run Splendid without Gold variation Pocket.Chronometers$123 to $230. which Dr. Wm. W. Clarke. of Philada.; Geo. date was a mistake ; the affair; began in the selfishness and so utterly distinctive to a From China we have intelligence that the Martin Koszta left Boston on the 2d'BAiwas

EIGHT any DAY WATCHES. David Graves,,of Esq.Mount;Mr.Airy Field;, of Mr.Fox Jenny Chase, Bucks,Pa.;Co.Mr.; night, between the 1st and 2d, and lasted to captious spirit, that harmony and good feel- city of Sbangbae fell into the bands of the announced in"Washington ontbe, 3d. .

Watches which run eight days f 140 to$185.. Mr. Kboads,Montgomery Co.; Mr.Chas. Wood. the 3d." ing have prevailed to an extent almost in- insurgents Sept.7th. A band of the insurgents It is rumored that two or three heavy fail'

ENAMEL WATCHES, Tsaih Wood & Bro., N. J.; Mr. Boudinotte, of On learning the defeat of Danneberg at credible to one who like myself, has crossed surprised the Imperial gxrrison and ures of houses':yepsjftged in the CaliXoniis.

for Ladies*,some in hunting cases. $35 to $100. Burlington City, N.J.; Mr. Bond of Salem, N. Otenitza: Prince' Gortscbakoff without delay the Atlantic ten times, and witnessed the gained possession of tbe"city, with little or trade, have takep pace in Boston.
DIAMOND WATCHES J.; Mr. Trontwine.Abington, Bucks Co., Pa.; took measures to attack the Turks ere they ordinary tendency of such a state of things. no resistance. Some of the mandarins were The "Vermontij. ulatare have elected

for Ladies,-some in magic cases. $55*to $300. &Mr."lIit Trainer hener.of of Delaware Salem Co.Co, I-.:.Messrs.J.; Mr.Coleman Mohaf- bad time to recover from the former casual as has existed on board the Atlantic. Our killed. The Taontae, Samqua, escaped and Hon. Isaac J.7 Redfiefd. Chief Justice :'of
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MAGIC WATCHES, fey, of Marietta, Pa., and a host of Farmers in ties of the-ronner action. 'With this view passengers are mostly Americans, who I do placed himself under the protection of the that State ,

which change into three different watches $100 Delaware New Jersey, Pennsylvania, .and else- be left Bucharest, on' the 7ib, at the bead believe, are the best natured people in the U. S. authorities. There was a report that A dispatch received from Washington the

to $175. where. of 24,090 fresh troops, and accompanied by world and under ucb circumstances as I Pekin bad fallen but it wanted comnnna- 4th, says the Democratic' cancnswhrcfi' assembled
TTateli which Wind tip Farmers making Muck hums, will find a fcv his entire staff advanced Pltenitza. have described .the most and in that '
barrels invaluable. For FRUIT TREES,whichit upon joyous ; ,yetit tion. Canton remained qUiet. Fighting con- city the night previoux *
and turn the hands without any key. $85 to$140. will greatly benefit by being scattered around Tbs Turks at that position were only 9000 must not forgotten,. that the tone of tinued at Amoy the Iml1eriatists'.making quite well attended.' The Hon. Mi.'taatpa, "

Fine Gold Lapine' Watches. ,4 holes. alter they'bare been dug about/a light coating. strong, less the hors de combat of the previous feeling among Passengers is very much dependent strong efforts t.:take the place. Recent of Tennessee, was Chairman. resolntioa
Fine jeweled $25 For Sale only by GEO. A. LEINAU, battle: probably 1000 in dead and upon that of the Captain of one of accounts of tta !nrogress of 'the:rebellion' was ofiered 'ffifJ ;n the' principles' tii* '
Gold Detached Lever, 30
No. 19 South Front-street, Phila., Proprietor. wounded. This left but 8,000 to the these Ocean Steamers. If be be gentlemanly it Democratic laid down ia the
Gold enswflfltbei.for the Ladies S5 N. B-The American Fertilizer has been used oppose were rather contradictory, but seems certain party as $at9j
hid English PJ.tiIp'l Levers, -' 35 successfully in the Islands of Bermuda and Bar- Russian general, bat the: Turks being in I cheerful and agreeable and evinces by thattbeinsnrgents possession of form of. the Baltimcre convention, and sa"4'
Gold English Palest Levers, bw., cases, 68 ladoes. tf oct 6 force higher on the river would no doubt his bearing.t he is striving tb render' all' Keang.pingand -other towns 100 mites Presi em Pierce's inaugural address. .A resolution -' .
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Silver M Patent Levers, M low" as 16 14udaQ come up in time to take pan in the fray. on board comfoi table and happy, his spirit north of the Yellow River. It is said that Against the genrralgoternment 'in-.

Detached other styles Levers of,Watches at GUTTA PERCH & INDIA RUBBER. At the date when our correspondent prepared ieto certain extent,imparted to ail 'with the Emperor has accepted the' proffered .aid terfering inState poEiics was ruled oat 'of

equIly.lo1f sojomnso xmsEur KEW. his despatch, Tuesday evening 15th,. whom he comes in contact and a comfortable of the Tartar chiefs'north. of the Wall,, as'a order by the Ch irman. The decision baring
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"l._ North American GuttaPercha rumors were flying thick that the battle had and pleasant association is the cons last source i been appealed from, the.Cba'tr was sea.taiue& -*
iamoaa.Ear-riD Pins. Bracelets Finger The been i of -' of the meeting HaL t '
fought. quence. The inevitable consequences: a by a vote :
'ibe Rfn4Creuesfor nsual sale 1 much less than ,Company, .of_ KE\V YORK'; One account stated ,circumstantially that different cou* and the influence for evil, ofa Settlement of the atetfcodut Cbnreh Property Boyd was ,nominated for Speaker pi- ,

price_ JEWELRY. ? Are offering at Wholesale the ,Turks bad been disastrously, defeated, Captain of a'different character, are"'too Question IM. New Torb. House on the second ballot,.when 'tb<;*

AH kinds of GOLD CHAINS. Pure Gold A Great Variety of C lotUing, &C.' and driveR ,across the river. Another account well known,and .have been too frequently, -, stood for Boyd 64 V Orr.of Soeth Caroona-

WEDDING RINGS, Gold KEYS and SEALS Made from GUTTA .asserted,no less postively, that the witnessed by Jill who have crossed the At- Tfae.nndersigned, a committee appointed 23; and Disney of Ohio?!. Col.''J., M. -.

Gold PENS and PENCILS. Gold and Silver EOER'S PATENT. 1'EB.CIIA VULCANIZED, Rnssians had met .with a terrible repulse. rantic frequently,'to require comment.. Capt. for the purpose of preparing a' statement for Forney,of Pennsylvania received the aO-'
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"THIMBLES,BRACELETS.BREAST PINS or KEW rrrtEs AND rKAtrrnrtn. FJ'OSH. The locality of this battle is vaguely called West has rendered 'all his passengers as publication of.Jhe 'action' of the Commissioners nation for.Clerk of the,.House of Rejtesatives **-
CUFF PINg, LCCKETS EAK RINGS free from of Bucharest.". Another the in 'between the first ballot. .All other ofictrs
,,<3 M and Silver SPECTACLES Gold TOOTH fTXHESE "good 'are u.pTOOf, the neighborhood comfortable as was possible under the err- upon question litigation on ,
PICKS CHARM,CIIATELE1NE CHAINS, JL 'nnpleacant smell, pliable and .elaitie like report fay s"le twee a Widdin and Bucharest.?, PllDstaUctS;"and The influence of his' pleasant the M. E. Church and ;tie M. E. of ibe last HimXe were renominated.TbeIargeowneis .

.* ; ladi Rubber, not.Injured by,fatty,aUtance8; And third .despatch, promulgated by certain and gentlemanly;'bearing has tot been, Church'Sooth, in relation to the'property citheBook' oTNew York\' ..
Sllrer "Ware.ITERUVO and Baid4nrider the walls of : the 'ginn'oir 1s tb their agents at Liverpool .
"- trill not and become rfjcty. speculators : lost upon any of Concern in.New York report. ,
BILTIE:' BPOOSB. CUps .'&". They. 'in very decompose different In'character"front any Bucharest," and that,"the Russians attribute Tb 'otiticaI'ne-Ua| rop you" will following! 'i''" ",. ., *<& *:q decline taking any emigrants :as,:psua* -''

:. .UJYu KATCUT ,sixes, raurr uorrs' other goodi heretofore made 'of Gutta Percha to themselves the victory.'*._And yet another gather from the't 'd :every reader Fbi Hon.'John:.McLean, laviflgToIantarily jemon boarj thefr'largest sbipeea .they' .

'WEDDUQ CUE PIYD && either|a this conntry xa Europe,and are account estates' that the fight took,place at mast draw his
I .Watches and Jewelry.exchanged.' All Watch :warranted stand all ;11J/l. Krajova,-which it the, most likely ;to be facts.Jre 11ed.; It .can.not .concealed:: ,. Commissioners of alie :.)f. E Churchnod single l passenger while the chplen existo>"&imaies '.

WRr&atedLo keep good time_. or the money Among the variety may be found Coati Cloak*. corrects we learn licit on the 3d usL: the however that the !successe'sof' ", Sultan's those of the JL!ECCh rcb Sk>ujb,and Jiavingr. *ucb dreadlol hovoc, .. as,,:rojtsos

: ---b--Hrpalr ,. : jr'501-w51.1: Reefing. Jackets, Of'eralJ.i i Leg-eConn. .Turkinbtiorce( at Ealafatwasawaitiog: ,re- arms-In..whichTcU.Western"Europerejices1is1 .received assurances b parties birefltiesbips laid! amYQk:1. '' : .
t Caps, Camp ?
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'AD kind or Waiebes tad Clocks cleaned and ; bowr Mats 8ng-Brcast1umpS, enforcements to march uppn rajovai/' : very"materiallyincreased, he: chance a disposition to come'to_j his;settle; *:S P.:Ai Ga t l''i i i' -.- 'f= "'.., .

'? >aird la tit*.Itest,aauer1. much lea then. Balls Pencil and Ink Erawn,LsJ B$f"**& That,'a:.battle;' has.ibeea .fought appears of a.general war The ..EaiperoriNicfaolasbeJieied ment efihe .matter In .n :hating ge t 0 i.N e'.od. -...
-.. i m'.Drinking. Cbi ,'4St am Paefans. Wichineits' highly} -probable..FTOn, ,:ieana';we Jearn. ,.that it.was morally -impossible. be njny |led; p be'jTresental.&':Bseeting; of The Committee .Wars and 'M...tit ''..
3 to aQ of wIth : "
< tJ'aUe4.5&at.c&ae 1apra.. .,. r ja: 'parts 1Jelttn.cugiP -rti&g Clotl1ac : ?L1FPK a very-.'.\ that',ghtin;*waa certainly,,going.a;near. produce,such.onion betweenEnglan&aDtlhanh ; the :.aforesaid Commissioners, and to,aid' the Sooth.Caroirna Leg7sltarer fcave Hfefted .

". ,' 4J9.&ALLEN1 ,, ifiEKVER : ; Bucharest on.the morning ineJllUi.: ;: as.that,which_'nbV. "exists; anJO, them-"itb'bis'wnr&jifcjwt >ith 'them at. in'fivor : f1raiJtinwfeiJer'JM, .

.'. Wntckt and J'Yi JUde expressly to'soeet tho.iww Passenger,L w; .Oitof, theeonfu and.rCOFivlraaictory; believing,deterratnefrlo i tor"Torwy j.01 the, mission. 'roomiMMf luIberfy-sirMt" Central Bank ofCIttrleslan, aDd..
Importer of $ ,
JfLelaaleandJltlailH CoDp-f AU.f&Anhib an4 qua1ty superior' statements that :are'circulated your"-correspondent .hid'Danubian?rcijhtie lie aCC'rd g.: NewYork"ii :i ,and.bj the1nanhlnou8 let. of>U.the pinks ..rnlp.os\ : : : : .
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.-*.." Wan' at.ad After.Dear Broadway.,: to' .ny_ watei1 proof I -goods.now-'befort.= 'thepablio.r .. :;endeavorstQ elucidate the'tespectiveporitions -. Jy crossed.;ruth fJ'iiettJW', .tkoe : ; r i", seqnst'iL4 F-T"-e "Coroauisioners> tv -f %; ,. ..The schoonerXnchaatress' ,-fat' few
---JDtJ !o.1I;:. Formal at the : of the hostile armies.; for fiogland to JutrBs id-ruthere is a com acted ue a"DaD. ., t -t rAfter York, arrived oo.FI'id41'th ;

'. ". WAREHOUSE,1. '80 CEDAR. Sti" ,The..Anstr ah ;have.t ,900:mtn.;spreadalong yyou must letreat af once'or we'declare! a careful and most fmndljr examin.iroD -. 4'fusily of ne persona p.eseCtblHhDsvtonoliio .
.f. "i '.. ''. E Ii- i -:fi&W,Y iiLr. ; their frontier.crTrje'French .- ._ .' waragainst/'jrofc1-' .'.N!n'*took of the 'wholevqucstionv l 'the';outbern ,last week :Oo" w1r.:'W "5:,:

..t.en1 :C..r.kMio Verctuuit' Dealers ilL.ater iirof G I1 in&:t..umiDt.tbet -and British have a fieetin. the this,View:of th .ubje t;and''rged8ach'; a Coinmiawonerr"JB' a/proi sltIoi{ d f..Bsettlement"of lo'': f.bUnia.df.,1' : .1*, .
: '_WAtL.lm;Nrwr ut.W ., goods believing 'thet: wm thid the their claimv, W bteb'itbeyConvmissionersTprihe .r'l '
: Sea of M rmora..1 .: fse; coarse,and,iiadrPalmer.sttMHbeeivvat .r-r'r :Ia '
sties of T lLsu .. .. 1h'Z&1O&Lo;anything ; ? :"i
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-4, 'IM particular attention M t.L..cDA1' LID bae31eetboutthirtT lc YOtld Pie wTYork concern acceprLe3 : rs
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W;Lit*Oaks and a-ther Southern W'aver Pus bekiEJ--: ,.. f 'k ; 'TheRussian *" ieaoe. li l tr1. to 'be doriir ', DQI..1INMa MWceflt
..ftt-= they .No i g'DQw: ,mains toconsamnutethis 01 Iadrngw$1Dad!
at.hod th BIack Sea i have been'the corirW oflutcll.'ttie Nortbem ,
iiote4. It ji
-.C".ndae J.to 1 f opIII'CIa.uo '. Or- 1ta5euted beuyalupa .. .. : '
;1i14: \ : I' any 1 lL&WEI: heTr. 7. !Jl o.zbaut 7 eqtia1treDgtbwunduthe.ccmuDudDf Beaf wonld ,J 'i.61iro lpU1; harawifb J, desirable(fdjosuneat:cl a CHNIU'a." .._'!\Ik. ,. $
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>Jjf ) r -'p' "NAGC.. '. .-fI' .aa.E g.! fofceifBinJ peace-)f aro|> %oald ban. most troublesome litig iionni>u, be tvxecution :: .ed N'i'.n." .
< ': .J01I8lB &J1I, L-ThE.LIiai' '.-. 4'* 1.Sf, ; '.<. tisaatAjinuiral'IadeparttfOrC; ; beertlpreierrediButrin6 t&nBfortnnateIy,I of the',neces ary\papers ,aDiltih ur- ..tIq.Pr...". \4. _- '
I. J TrssuI !..'.* .T and L ltflUtAIO&fifl4dCT5S of.the'UwM .
"l 'a the Qla k aeIa revai1edlJJSla}:: l.
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t I _,uTI- -rr -: bu States Court for coutfaera district ot JI.. .
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M4 PGmI4 attotIa aina ie &U aa1 t1 r YOU l' "Jm 'btwfiir'a'm.ti s'"W tibm1t?toeplbeczus1'tho yor.n wou.sthyj.j4 v.r .- .1-i '
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last advices; destructive hurricanes bad come amj expenditure! from ,jh. tratsmissi!io |terforffle|patiafaclotily r and there i Is now tf Th J Eurc&s,mail contit&s*> correpon. ,r.r., .-t** "f. jf ., r '

occurred, daimtging the'cane cropstj .'and un by mail steamers. ( and, ilttiiands_ proinpf well defiiied .channel< otthe'month 'oLtbriyertbre ence' between LonK;Howdea.'the Brilisb I Incomprehensible, Ekigma.'r .., Beaufort, N.,C? ,1' 1. .i.. rr' Tes 10 th.
roofing '* action tbert'qt ,. .! '-: e '. '' : *'hunared/ee'nde>tHl-eiglteen' .. ". .- ___?, T* *r State 36 rtocV rYfcons ,
dwellings. : v- 'Ai I Sad ii at Madrid, lo )lr._vCorbirt, of negros ." proTisW
Jmlge' Nelson in the U S.Circuit Court for He alludes to the numerous frauds perpetrated feet Jeep,.'at ordinary'Jaw waterr'-Tbis: *..information Virginiarela'Iive o.the.British'designs'respecting It Is tormed"1ik &b 'gtobe'a d i cictJn- to. &c., the, property ofMr, *jT onjM:J. p.
be DiMricl; of New York,delivered a decision i on.1he'1'erision Bureau, .nuil hopes must certainly gratifying to the centre of'N ,

Ott m ,iQ.Ir. h a1j4i y. QLqp2j I!that\ the I ilelecisin* .the I law,will: be FpeetlilyrcmetTlra. shipping interests, as well as to all i interestedin the Afric nizationol. Cuba. HisJotdship' It commands every tongue, every:month' It win teur, formerly ; COn < "" '

year'6 Talent for vulcanised India KuHerr;'' IJenmntimehi1s1hisent Land the future commercial- prosperity' of our 'pronounces the. whole ,story .a :enter; .' ', -. DIED J.- -U

She late SeyatorUhertonof! New HampfoWtJneatnedMo system, and states that the nett returns.fiom city. We have also l been i informed, by excellent ,wicked" fabrication, and says that his efforts, It in always In fashion tho" first to be old, Tuesday evening ,th. 6th '
President Pierce the sale of Public Landslip, to June 30lh authority, that vessels can nqw stat from home; it wanders abroad.It ,
U not yet
$8000 and tl.e balance of his properly, 1853, were $53,250.000. lie recommendsthe taken out of the river at high water, drawing mve been-dired to induce Spain to sup departs in each ingdom ai1d in every oU, AsnTTQTOff, twin MD, of,Dafl*_ n : ".too

ntrtounUng (o-. fer.fllTd.OOO, to his wife and extension ,of the Public. Land! system full twenty' feet,. and .that< ..no ,vessel, 6 press the Slave Trade and obtain the free- It[ grow is fond too of tabor, the partner of toil, FLOTD aged seven months and tea,daysl -
COUt'IIUI. : .* over Utah and New 1\1e :. aruUth.it some I eighteen feet draught has been';detained a 'dom and emancipation of those who ,have :

.A ? ..' '.inrh' 'ar White Hall New mn\ideations\ be made iu' favor "of actual moment- on the.,bar" -for the, past two months.0 been unjustly detained! in bondage' It appears in all seasons, belongs to all nations SHIPPING L181. ..

Yoik, wa ,lrm>wn off the track on Friday settlers, ami 4ial the pre-emption principle' 1 [O.Delti : It hot many connections and worthy relationsIt -PO1tTOFiACKSONY

l1iJh..ft i.1Ht ki1led., \tI'- ., "bc., de. !C;..:, _., "..,, ." 1817' The' Washington- Union, however, presides oe'r the ocean,reigns likewise en chore, ; .J'i 1
The RLII1OOQIfrT' tttethat the'steamcru'of j: -He ma'otalns, the power, of Congress to nofesses,to find"internal evidence the U loads every object it enriches over store ENTERED.Dee. .

Ihe)MJchyran'Ceritra: ? Uailrbad'line. construct' Road within the Territories, and IL UI1IIEHLtth. letter confirming its statement. i It attends (our actions,directs every word,' ..' J 9. Drig:1\ atAnlU.Trefe tIieT/ ._
for U turns one Into ten,hates men and Ions woman ,II .Brig Timothy Crosby. lJardiII ;
lin' !'brelj"\J.III'\ | //or the! winter. It mentions say tbat ciantof Land the constructIon : f' &br .lleed. )
12 Marf .
'a faCtwoitliy of'notice' -tbat this'line 'of roads should be made under proper # r A 0 It S 0 N'V,, f4'w.... w. .: -The following are provisions in Secretary It is seen in the morning, gets brighter In noon, ." Sohr Rdief, CaUf,.New CM YodT 'j,

Las bottoefaelinjclc trip this. ,ea n'J' &yji\irstuicis. : 'A--. GutLri 's Treasury report : It I is hid in the ran, though it shines in the moon. 14, Scbr Edwin Thomas Bcacfort, H..; :'

>r' i* '\ ; ". f e"recommends' the enlargement and modi- Thursday, December 15, 1853. One hundred per cent. ad valorem to be It is shono in the rainbow likewise in the snow, Brig rank.' Garmow.N .YOB.t t21f"t

..M1.opd*_ r th.el'.hlellt' Meacnge.JVVe ficatuiofthe Judicial system, as its pre levied on brandy and other spirits distilled It will follow our footsteps wherever we go, CtEARXD.

ent organization i is confessedly inadequateto E3f: Several communications 'received from-grain or other materials, and on cordials It is shunned in the palace, beloved in the cot, Dee. 10. Scbr Antoinette, Brown Port1aa :

latelf, ,., following. synopsis of the. the duties to be performed. within the.past week, we regret to be compelled absynthe, arrack, curacoa 'kirschenasser It is found in our bosoms whatever be our lot; 12, Scbr Elgirah Small,Borton. ; r(1KXWOIU.1UIOX.

Presidents Message from the telegraphic recommends the immediate organization \\ liqueurs, maraschino ratafia. and' It vales in account when weballance our coppers, .
the topostpc e until next week. One of GarmoW'. or Brig Frank
IiiMitute
of the Smithsonian Capt. ftJIGrtI"liJ
upon all other spirituous beverages of a similar It begets every order whatever be our offers
Charleston .
of the
correspondence papers. John s Bar, on Sunday last,
shin China'f--
...A ,.' 0" ',.,_ ,' terms prescribed in the act of Congress. these from a writer who ouabt. to knaw.init3 .. character., It is sure to be foremost on every occasion Boston for Savannah mala
He commence hy saying ijianne imeresi He lake* strong grounds against internal i the !denominated The free list table embraces to U ioi-PD&D1.. '
on classifying a great many It willjoin any court, proud to make an oration gone-wanted reported. I .
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!loTk lbe assembling
with which the tc Federal
people being; made by the
that improvements ', Hards' and OfIS" of New York as articles, i including coffee, tea, cocoa books It is part of our reason and also our hope .
of and the fulfilment occasion" 4
Congress Government : nnd asks, if the policy were medicines &c. f PoI.onig
of the duty imposed on their new.President once settled$ against appropriations by the Nationals and Free-aoilera, maugre the,de. magazines, It does honour to god. its a prop to the pope Thousands of Parent who UM V.nlirap.
evidenccsof their It will peep through each window and naif! every posed of Castor.Oil, Calomel to, JJ
are the best capacity Federal Government 'for local improvements sire evinced tyTthe champions of the Administration Loss HCMEOLDT. Tbe are.
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or THE steamship that while they to benefit pUeiSJthey
appear the
of the founders of door
to"realize the'ltopes for the benefits of Commerce would not
{ow keep out of view this important are actually laying the
the Government, I!the sole reliance, of this such localities! by mean clearly legitimate Humboldt went ashore off Halifax. on the It despises the rich, but is kind to the poor vies of diseases, inch aa salivation foundation,loss of lot a.

Confederacy is on the justice and intelligence nod proper, raise the funds for themselves distinction among their northern 7th inst. The vessel it is probable will _be It aids all our knowledge. oar morality too, weakness of limbs,&e. dril/* ,

of the masses. The country has abundant He hopes the question will be deliberately allies. _ _ a total loss. It lends doable service for lovers to woo, In another column will be found tie *drerliMf.
of Hobensaek'i
cause for thalb ivin to God! (for the many reconsidered a pl.in! matured to promote The Prr%!ilriit'> Mtaiage. The Passengers have been saved. It. is taught with our lessons in all we receive, ,meat the attention of all directly Medicines interested to which ta we atf ''

mercies showered upon the nation ; thus rec- the permanent intere'ts of the coiintiy. Ue It is mixed with our doctrines in all we believe own and their children's health. la LIver Ca tW, _-

ogniying the wildom of absolute religious thinks aNo, where constructions are being Instead of copying the message entire, ZZtlltors not Appreciated. It assists to make joy,it abides in the foe f.laints and all disorders arising from thei tI-lJ/

toleration' ,as no secure reliance' can be placed made by the General Government, the right which is extended out to some six columns, It dwells in tho regions above and below, Bilious t 'r. you IboWel mske. tile of n, 'l1 .'
unless) The San Francisco Advert, genuine l\fcdicine.Uobensaek' Liver PiUs .
sustained Cowojercial
vpparAit progress the soil to be 'list obtained.
upon any" o ought It is present in and is absent in mirth,
substitute the abstract woe 6trBe not deceived-but ask for
telegraphic Hobeaiaek'i
1 l by national; Integrity, resting upon the i Referring to tbe means for affording communication we communicated ser the editor of which was recently defeated It was ne'er owned in heaven in hell nor in earth, Worm Syrup and Liver Pill, and obMrrttbU
truths. of Revelation. I between the States along and to the Charleston papers in ad in the election in that Slate, very coolly each has the signature of the proprietor.J.H.: -
(leagues with the coward as well ad the bold
With ra'ird to our Diplomatic relations on the opposite side of th- Rocky mountain, vance-which is, lor a synopsis, both com remarks upon the occasion, that the' people HOUEXSAC ,as none cb are genuIne' : '
with fo'eigl lower the P..s lent says they he maintains that the Federal Government prchensive and correct. The itself!is'i'I don't appreciate editors. They nominated It combines with the bro the young and the old, my2G.y r

have change since the adjournment has the power to construct military lead, message four at the late election, apparently for the It embraces all points yet it stands in tho wrong.It I- ,- '

d )la. Congress, and that those and protect haibo'is of 'erl1 :e. lie thinks, temporate, and, so far a? our foreign affairsare pleasure to be derived fron, defeating them is eourteom.to those who are robrat and strong, I NOTICE.-- The steamer 1

now pending] of a disturbing character will however that it is of doubtful power, and concerned, unexceptionable in its Ian. These were selected from the four quartersof It clings to the doctor, tho parson, the patron, r" ,.. JOIIM'S, Cast. JAMES FUno11

probably! be amicably adjusted. Respectingthe more than doubtful propriety, for the General guage. the State, in order that the people's disapproval It favors the bachelor, widiw, and matron will make a trip to St. Augustine on 8a fj'

Fishery question he says that the United 1 Government to administer the affiirs ofa _ of the whole tribe .might be considered It is kept from the father,bestowed on the mother the 18th! inst., from this place and leave St.AtX'

States never recojiii/ed! the British construction -. tail road and canal, and that, therefore, THE fnoN RULE-OR, TYRANNY IN THE I a general! thing. Served them right.In It disowns every sister and courts every brother, gustine dec 1;same day for Savannah !:

of the Treaty} of 1818. and that with a its connection with such work should be HOUSEHOLD.-This i is the title of one of T. the first place they .have no business to It forms a companion in forming a quorom 1.

rievr view of extending the rights of American incidental rather than primary ; and aids S. Arthur's late productions, from the be editors; and in the next place they haveno It is beard in each council,in college and forum. NOTICE.-Tbe steamer CAROLINA/- .

i fishermen and regulating the trade between that no grandeur of euterpri.-e or inducements pressof right to run for office. Whether they It prevails with the flood, and it roams through. Capt. JL. M. COXETTER,will make a trip to St.
"" the United! States and the British promising popular favor shall lead T. B. Peterson Philadelphia. It is, like have a right to live is doubtful : that some I the wood Augustine from this place. on the morning

American Possessions, negotiations had been him to disregard the light of the Constitution. all the works of T. S. Arthur, written with )icople woud: like to kill them is sure I Tue'day next, 20th innt., at the usual hour, JII''
It was never caught in evil, but always in good ceeding thence to Charleston. dee U
Aliened with 1 fair prospect of a favorable lIe refers to the settlement by compromiseof a moral aim and conveys a moral in its Gentlemen editors, Republics are ungrate- It soars with ambition joins pupils in school
iesnlt/ the cf 1850, givinga ful." You know that modest merit is never
exciting questions as
sentiments. It is remarked
Notice.
by a writer It boasteth of wisdom though the heart of a fool,
,In regard to the controversy upon the affairs new vigor to cur institutions, aid! reposeto appreciated, and that "full many a flower is
in Central America he says that Great the counry.: lie urges fidelity to the that this is "oneof the very best works Mr. born to blush unseen." Plod along, then, It was partial to Solomon monarch of song, TUG Subscriber will sell Goods on'and after

Britain has proposed' an amicable arrangement Constitutional: : rights of the States and avoidance Arthur has written, and a copy of it shouldbe in the way of duty-receive the curses of It is melody sweet to the musical throng. 1st day of January next at; ",

and that our Minister in London has agitation, and winds up by a general in every family and household in the The sovereigns meekly, and snap your fingers It is marked as the soul or the essence of glory, Reduced Prices, for CASH and CASH only:

consequently been instructed to enter Into review of the past and prospective) advances land.-for co one, either old at all offers for place or position. Some It will mingle its voice and be heard in eachstory All notes and accounts then doe most be pnapt-
hegotiations on the subject.. He represents of the country. lie urges again a or young, can will tell you that "truth crushed to earth It is known in the land as the third ofoureorrow. ]y paid. Experience has taught him that ,"ifc*
read it wiThout it:" nimble sixpence is better than the slow
if as desirable) that the Boundary line between strict adherence to the con>Mnlic, and profiting by will rise again." Don't believe them. We It; may sleep in the night but it wakes on the both for the buyer and teller. ihiDinjj

the United States and the British Pos avoidance of the exercise of doubtful powers, MECHANICS AND ENGINEERING by Oliver have seen it tried. Lay not that flattering morrow, JAMES LIVINGSTON.

sessions in the north went be traced and as the only means of maintaining national Byrne. This a small handsomely bound unction to your soul. 'Tis the voice of the It was never found in silver but always in gold, Jacksonville, December, 1853., Agett;

cohesion. He advises, also the' cultivationof volume from the publishing house of De syren, endeavoring to wheedle you into It has merits so various they never can be told, .

nrTf reht'ons with France are friendly, the cardinal! \'irtue-V\tblic frugality and Witt& another canvass. Serve God, eschew politics It will stand by the pilot that weathers the storm, For Sale '
New York. -
Davenport It is devotedto
of Commerce and Navigation official integrity-and that a wise economybe I i and edit your papers. It is useful in commerce in many a form, Small HOUSE and two Lots on Bay street.

lb''treatf introduced into the administration of the principles* and practical application of No, "people don't appreciate editors. It is shut from our notice ten months in the year, A Said House is eligibly located, and.

.In reffaid to Cuba, he fays that he is affairs. Mechanics The editor, Mr. Byrne, is well But they ought not to be blamed. It is only in two it presumes to appear, Teniently arranged for the comfort ota small t'ata-

happy to announce that finre last Congress He refers appropriately to the death of known as the author of many works on stolid! things haven't sense enough. Tht It citthes us with raiment supplies as with food, ily. Inquire of J. H. McRORt.
de !- '
no unauthorised 1 expeditions bad been Vice-President _King, and concludes I by practical science and hftve before would -do right, if they only knew It isnopcd this enigma is well understood.
fitted out from the United States, and that soliciting the firm co-operation of the coordinate we mentioned but they don't. Therefore, they are excusable RECEIVED, from New ,YorkIr

should any such movements be undertaken, branches of the government. his name in connection with the receipt on account of ignorance. It is nothing JUST & the following arti, 'wbie&. !

be \i suppress them by all means in his of the "Dictionary: of Machinery, bat ignorance-not innate depravity. VIEW os TilE CITT.-We are indebted, are offered to customers on reasonable term, U
Scat through Col. S. S. Sibley, to Mr. R. H. wit
lie refers to several occurrences Removal of the of Uoi eminent of :
power annoying Giorgln. Mechanics, Engine Work," tc. The size of Horclble Outrage by the Utah Indian. Howell, Lithographer and Engraver, for a Mackinaw and Bed Blankets ;
taken Havana
M having place at .... . .. -
the Flannel, white.drab and red;
volume is very convenient small.. itt,. .
Citizens mnograpnic oinrs eye view 01 me city ol .'
and $ ---
between our Iaoi"h subjects, It i is kn-uvn that the bill introduced in the -- 1 Massacre Gun 1i Kern Crockery and Hard Ware;
ofCcptain on Capt.
and the Savannah the lithographing was done .
and fayslhat prompt rfJref be obVtiined pages are illustrated with many cut ; by Locks, Knob, Itim and Pad: '
: ; because diplomatic intercourse is not .house of Representatives) of Georga: some appropriate to the text. Where Engineers and their Party. Mr. Howell, at his establishment on Brough- Cheese; Kaiains. in I and 4 boxes

ffllo% wed im-rican Consul I and days since, to icmme the seat of government The Silt Lake mail has arrived at Independence lon-street, and the original sketch was made K-andy Otard Dupuy Co.;'.ScheUam

Ceplaib-Gencral.bet\fenthe, to avoid vexation and i'e-! to M.ICOII, was fened to a "pccial among our increasing Mills, and other followers Mo., and brings sad intelligenceof by Mr. F. Cerveau, a deserving artist, also Wines Schnapps Champagne; ,Madeira, and Sherry"- ;
committee of seven. That committee hAS of the Mechanic arts are the Government railroad located on the street. The ,
forming same
lays;j.aud thataproosition| had 'been made a exploring party, picture reflects -a fine assortment; c
toprqviJc for a direct appeal for redress. made the following report : numerous class there may be many in this commanded by Captain Gunnison. Gov. much credit upon both these gentlemen Preserves and Jellies;

from the American Consul to the Captain-) I The special ccsriinittie to whom was re- vicinity to whom this book would be valuable Young, of Utah, writes that thin party had : on the latter for its fidelity and spirit Lobsters, fresh in cans;Worcester Saoes;
been surprised by band of Utah Indians and on tbe former for the excellent tone French Mustard; Yeast Powders;
a
,
jeneral which the Spatfiith Government had ) '
cried a bill pioviiling foi the te'iioial of the and interestin Address the publishersby Cinnamon Nutmegs;
and cut ofT. An reached Gov. finish, and natural which he has
Vuberlo refused but that express appearance Garden Feed
to agree to : our seal of poveiiiii.ent to the city of Macon Clo vea and Spice; trench .
mail. Young on tbe 31st October, from Capt. imparted to it. The point from which the LIVINGSTON
fcAlmh>ter at Madrid bad been instructed to also! that portion of the Executive Menage JAMES ,
4enew the application. lie also recommends relative to the permanent location of the Morris giving an account of the massacre sketch was taken, was the Exchange steeple dee 15 AgeiL
adjustment with Spain of the claim Congress. committed by the Indians on GunuLson'a and it embraces almost the entire city withinits '
leave to A.
.J prompt same-beg re poll : I _
.fur.lq-scs the case of the schooner Amisttad. That after mature dol;benition the This party, on Sevier river. The' killed arc Capt. compass. We regret to learn that a very New.Goods. .
upon body assembled the 5th. Gunnison Capt. ; ern, of the Topographical" limited number of copies) has been printedfar A JUST RECEIVED and for sab..
bub.niUc.il their
Concerning die case of MAUTIN Ko7TAhe subject and matter after weighing the! conni.leratioii Mr. Olds moved that the House proceed EngineersVm.. Porter, gunK-, und two too limited to answer the demand-anil : < : New Supply of Groceries and ProriFionsi -
advantages ,
ic- the election others and three to Com that the sketch has been effaced from the rit.:
recapitulates the facts as set faith in Mr. suiting and the evils accruing from a removal of a Speakci, viva race whtcli privates belonging 200 bushels com,
!JARCY'S letter and that tbe ; and pany A, mounted riflemen. All their a.ms. stone. Those desiring copies should apply bales
Messrs.
J says lrilcples of the seat of governintn?, they ire prevailed Ingersoll; Chandler 1VI Hay
{and p"icy| there! in niaiutaiiitj will be en- foiced to the opinion, that the wishes of the of Indiana mules, &c., were taken from them. early to Mr. Howell, or Col. Siblev, by 21 barrels mess pork
Davis and
fyrced, uhei occasion Ewing were appointed The particulars of the massacre are briefly whom they are for sale.! -Savannah Repub- 10 kegs butter,
ever. proper may public and the licesilits ot the Legislature tellers, and the ballot ,resulted, for Linn described as follows: Capt. Gunnison and .lean." 3 hbd bacon rides, hams, ihonld cii.
("riF. ;, call fur a removal fro'n its present locality. $. Smoked btef;:Fulton market dof codfish, herring.
,iOur.Commissioner in China, he says, has Your committee, in making u lecotnmendaliou Boyd, 143; J. R. Chdiidlcr, 25; Mr. Haven, twelve of his command had separated from ,rice,SteiakL'..syrup; Sugar-brown,erssb-

been nstrc..ltn avail! himself of all occa.eioue to this effect, d'sclaim; any feeling: ofhot.tility 6; Mr. Orr, 4; Mr. Campbell, 11; Scattering, the rest, and while at their breakfast, a IMPORTANT TO ABSENT HEIRS.-It is said ed,pnlverize ,cn4 coffee sugars; molasses;back-
eleuJ olr commercial relations, to the ii.lrnst and future prosperity: I 17. band of Indians, intending to destroy: the that owing to the great mortality at New- wheat in bbl*; boxes, an d and BUtk
,with that and other Asiatic nations. He Mormon village near at hand, came suddenly Orleans, caused by the late epidemic coffee; Young Hyson ten, imperial )
of the citizens cf Mi'.ledgeviile. Nor large to men
are The Clerk then and a great many articles, too numerals
_pelinnL; the aniul of Commodore PERRY'S they disposed to isolate what are erroneously announced the Hon. Linn I upon them, tiring first a volley with amounts of propelty have been inheritedby tion. Also, a fine assortment of ladies' and

Squadron on the const of Japan, but states l con.-iJereJ ve-tid lights, under the act of Boyd, of Ke .tucky,as Speaker of the House, i their rifles and then using their bows. The absent heirs who reside in different Statesof gentlemen's Shoes, mL 3C3,boy,and children. .

.tbat Le has not ascertained the dee of the'Expeditioj 1810 providing fill' tIle pi'imanent location of and appointed Messrs. Chandler and Orr to arrows und shots were returned by CaptainGunnison's I the Union. By the law of Louisiana, .lo. To arrive from Boston- _' ..
0' the Emjiemr.f party but he was quickly over. such is only bound for the SO bhU lime, 20 boxes scaled herring.
the seat of government at this place. Your conduct him to the chair. property payment 20 apples, 200 cabbage; ,
lie refers:to the di.-pute with Mexico powered by the savages, and only four of debts that all i
t regardingtlie commiUec are awaie that a large expenditureof The persons liquidated so partner- 20 onion, 5 boxes No.1 io p,t
: Meiilla Val ey, and sa) s that the muney will be .necessary to can)' into effect Speaker, berore taking his seat, ad- escaped to tell the sad news. ship or subsequent contracts are null and 20 Irish potatoes. J2 ". Rose :" "'
'. former Cummissiouer. of the United States this contemplated removal ; yet our dresscd-the House. Capt. Gunnison had twenty six arrows void. The absence of the lawful heirs has dec 15 S.'N. ,WILLIAMS

,made an error in ruuning atoundary, which checks would crimson with shame and mortification The house proceeded to ballot for Clerk, shot into his body, and when found one opened a wide field Jar frauds which are '

,was not binding on the United States, but as could we for one moment imagine with the foL'owing result: whole number of arm was off. being daily practiced. Garden andFlower SeedsPlaatto.
:Mexico takes different of the sub. The notes ot the instruments I '
view ,
a survey "i
that of her
Georgia WitS BO regard and Ml
votes 200 of which RECEIVED. a. large
Minister that Court had been in- Forney received 121, animals &c., were all taken by the Indians. JUST
.ject, our to means as to withhold! a sum sufficient erect MISSISSIPPI STATE CREDIT. The intelligence Garden and Flower Saeds warraateq.,
strudel to negotiate upon) that and other Such! public edifices as would be an ornament R. M. Young 27, E. P. Smith: 10, B. B. The survey had been nearly completed, and from Mississippi is to the- effect that crop of 1353, from I). Landreth. Narsery... .;'

." questions of magnitude now pending, but to a State holding euclt an e'ev.itcd: position Pringle 18, E. Whitman 13, and the others the party intended. soon to go into winter the people have decided by a large vote to Bttl,. Ltfk. '
,
what fl progress has been made in the )premises in our great Confederacy of Slates.Th's .- 8catteri Mr. Forney declared quarters. the Long red blood, London Flag.
g. was elected repudiate opinions lately set forth the .
he know but that Captain Morris was in a critical position by Extra early turnip, LettvctEarly -,
hopes an ar- ,
cf
dlfs'not condition ;
.onr public" buildings
nellt will be present and was sworn in. in tbe midst of a hostile and treacherousband High Court of Errors, and by the Chancellor ) turnip rooted. Early Cabbage
range mutually .
a satisfactory their: dilapidated and decayed situation, of the State, in reference to the Union .Bran Royal cabbar.Lima
Oa motion of Mr. .Stanton of Indians. ,
made in a spirit of fiberijity and friendship. their size! ftiuctuie, anil appearance are the of Tennessee, Bank Bonds. At the recent election or butterbean, White eo*. f

t" Our Minuter,iLq( C e4ffcit Ahierica has re- mockery of every visitor to our capital) and the remaining officers, Glosbrennerfor Ser. Governor Young, on learning tbe dreadful YERGER, who was a candidate for ,reelection Judge Cranberry bush, Jl/rfw-sweetuk?,
China bush. Mountain
fii'-ndJy r iL at San Juan dc intelligence, immediately sent aid to .
a Captain
I." cejved degrading to the pride of every Georgian. geant-at-Arms McXnew Door-Keeper and Morris to obtain his release was defeated ; and those who we believed Cabbage. :Netted Nutmeg,, -
Nicaragua, Our Minister Brazil has been and the lost ?
O'litr State j who are a quarter of a century Johnson Postmaster, were jointly appointed of the to friendly to a State tax to..meet Landreth early,York. 'Grwn citron,, -.
induce
instructed to that Government to property expedition.On -
behind ours in everything that makes a people the interests the State Bonds also earliest Onion. Setts.
;abate its restilclive policy in regard to the great and happy, in wealth and position, by resolution. the route from Salt Lake a party of defealed. were Landreth'a large York; PttU. '
.navigation of the Amazon and Cbeycnes surrouuded the mail and demanded Early YorkLandreth's extra ead1tJ.arge
as Paraguay in civilization ar.d tetinemenl, in character at ,. .
the Argentine Confederation have opened home and reputation abroad, can boast of Later from Europe-Arrival of the provisions of those having charge of drumhead Large Early frameEartV B T'owa-- -
llieir navigable.! rivers. He however it, which were nearly ail given Some of the papers are already breaking drumhead -
: says, public grounds and legislative haTh, compared the Niagara.The up. Flat Dutch Rad&.
'l1 t'trC:1le on, the subject. will b submitted to which our sintinto disgraceful Mr. Gallegos, delegate to Congress from ground" on the matter of President-making, Early Dutch. LOOK salmon,

.,, tlel tIte.! significance. Ojrs is gtoft'mg State ; her British mail bleam ship Niagara arrived New Mexico arrived with the mail and feeling tbe popular pulse, or endeavoring to Green curled Saroyxmg scarlet short&wp\

.leaurel have been'taken, he says, to inexhaustible resources her schools of learning at Halifax on the 8th inst. from Liverpool left immediately Washington. ingratiate their favorite candidates' in the Drumhead Savoy" Red. turnip. roo p

_,./ difficulty now experienced in ob her halls of and above all good graces of the people. The Washington Green glased, .! .Y uh- .
- piety, her which port she left on the 26th ult. The Cholera at New Oilcan Union in CAu1iftower.eai-11A. atie vp
Uuiiiig'gu'aiioaudlliat it is believed that an editorial denunciation of
elevated. positon among her sister! States, are a' late utcb.. pinacCairc. :
the Peruvian Goverumenl have made an indcmnily > attracting the attention of those who desire THE EASTERN QUESTION. A letter in the New York Tribune dated the "Hards," intimates the return to the Bound 3avoyIesTOdr.ng HI'.r"
,
for-the recent at the Chin- refined religious' r.J and For the present hostilities, hare ceased Presidential chair of FRANKLIN PIKRCE with Orange, 7'w11il'o
outrage society Dutch.
vantages New Orleans Nov. Early&t
22 the horn .
announces or without the of Early .
,cbaJtands. the Danube in Moidavia appearance consent New York State. ;-I'
and
profitable pecuniary investment;,and thousands along Walla- Red top
Ctlery. .
.
",
He refers to our expansion in.territorial of cholera in that unfortunate( city. "Ion, the Baltimore Sun's Washington correspondent Large globe; >
are flocking into oar limits to enjoyour chia on account of the floods, but it is be- White solid,
itenl, and the increased happiness amTjirosperily'of prosperity and share our The writer says: says- Coon salad;' YeUow-Abordeea
greatness.-
lieved: they will be renewed .inasmuch Yellow sndiIh or
; our'cmintr.;and endorses tbe Hence the wants of our people) are increased; as About three weeks ago there were a few "The empire'State'of the North and the Cr eu'orPeppergrass.Cwvmbtr.J JUta bags' '1','<

; doctrine' of State and the strict limi. new counties are made, and our representation the Turkish! and Russian commanders, have cases ot:cholera and two deaths, but since empire State of the South will take the lead, >>ng green prickly,. Flower Se0d5 .

Jjtatioif: of"the.powers of the Federal Governmelt enlarged; and lu mec t these necessities, received orders from their respective superiors that time there has been no cases until yes- at the next Presidential election, in:present Early ramo. CaulS
'; and provide room' for this increased tepre- .to prosecute' the! war vigorously- day;f but I'regret tbat I am now to record ing a national democrat for the suffrages of Bulbous, Roou. &0'T't,

1: ..Thej revenue of the country, be Mates totejncreasin eentation, w, must pull down or enlarge at Diplomacy, is again reported* to the commencement of the ravages of the the American people. What do you th1nk AT APOTHECARY HALL .!"r '. 111'
k< beyond) either the interest or a heavy,expense the present buildings of Asiatic cholera in the most malignant form. of Dickinson and Cobb for a team l It Dee15-3t .THOMAS. .MMl ''
Woepective:wants of the country.i amounting our Stale ', be active, and it is said that a new note, At the Charity! Hospital, yesterday,'and the be considered that the canvass' for the next may -y'

f /or the year ending June'.30th, 1353, to Fn,view therefore,,ol the present condi which is'very comprehensive, and the proposals day before, there were admissions of per- presidency has already commenced, and that *i1drsLnprqve4 Planin g

j jnearly $QOOOOO JroriusWrnand $2- tioqof eou' buildings! a.nd'oi1r, 'i inci eased contained !therein'prepared i in Paris sons of various diseases, :which' is aj\very it will give a direction to' the acts and the H. T. TITUS Proprietor and Agent for,tiale'of .
p'jSOO.bOpJrpm,public land, &c. TIle expenditures : *committee recommend the' number for discussions of : ,
wa.qt ; ybur ic J/3DI3 large this'season of the the coming Congress. Per- -
by has year.- !
been
.*. exclusive of pajments, on"accounttbeubJic iiwI"ci the seatof.governtnent to' dome lIlse presented Of the admissions on yesterday many ,were haps we"may see some indications a new o. RigbtSj&c.. tIO1. 4 of 5J1

of, debt, were $43,250.000, J leaving paebuem'cakulaed!! from mti1cnmrercialresouces ,: la the >,who.declined" <. ,tb.con-, of cholera. ,As to the exact number I .cannot organization! :of parties, in reference ,to, the: ;Would respectfoDy'ean men to this the Improved'ali n :?Ui J

'.i'lb'alttiice'of: 532,250,000 including! the bal- .anti acceplatje/poaition!! satisfy eider it. It is, also, stated that England and ; ; at this time, state::.but a list of a deaths,' next presidency, in the choice speaker of Tongueing and Grooving Maehlii ,'!$;***

ince !fdjrthe'jear eiMlihg(Jnne"30th: 18521He'recommends : the:want and nccesities of'tbS"people..- : France Lave got up"a project,in which they with full particulars of the parties who died .the House and of the public printer. tar superior to*ny Maehia.'BOW ta'.uiVdmpUcitysBd
tbtJt he Mifplds! lerenue e.frJr Your comrnittee'.havefnot thought'proper to shows clever deaths of Asiatic cholera.' Alltbe 'durability of,the MMUw. %
will .invite the other to' ,
orth'e' ( powers join. If. < '. .' doubt when to othtn, wvf
tohe4icbamge public yond a compared
? Jtio, Ihewiom I cases terminated iff
designate ; 1eing death in
tt'p1ac less than
FLOR1DL' C&OPL-The .Mfrror with lesS*ZO
| tbat.rnetni devised : ; Austria4stitthentsarerelpbIeihg:Czar is i : Ocala ,has dress more lumber IB tea hour,
secondly f1be. 9eiterI ,AssernbIy JI twelve hours, Wow ttp
t been Maohin*
informed iy Mr. Sam'l Jones the of wer;than any now .
1j i .grz4qa4qcionbttberevenue.'TJW.tfLisa1c'eadjiittL : seieq ,j:_, future" locality! ,' npprng mat amicably! disposed, ::As yet none of our pipers have announced request of many of:the planters of ,Hernando at : Uo/Penons using theM impwred Mills triU.-.
riaZ'tor
.course /of accom4j)1i.1imnj'lT5tLe Stale 'priile JVI} llr II'phem fto' erect eucb JJetlers from':'Constantinople, .-dated'thedt.fefaVihatthe'm&y the existence :of the: disease ; but ,the ,'that the'result! of iHarming.this ear compelled to pay such an enormous 1..Blg'price &,M

'Iublic''debt sjnojinliii2* to buIJiugsavi1! !! 'an:bonoffla. r.uafInent 10b: i > Allffilza Mayor has,called a meeting t f, the Board'of bas'b'een'.T tu *implright'tanuo
e Sq-OpO.1 y Isecondlyy' t ** if ." ra eat'fpn': $ graUf ring. .:.Cptton,Corn and sale in inyof the SouUwra'L : Sta&e1.-1
| to (be J mpirfcJlafe6ft & althfor: t I all ,
to submit.
: the
.morro\V facts'oEtn. Cane have alt turned, sad ahIppe4 lIthe !
cGaJatand iWlo out equal to their mthMId, jgo -
tbayjiiTiJlaiS I wfywwfohlyemt moat
the
r tie
t'11altI Your'conindffiper1drmid tt&duty -' existence' of.;cholera .and 'for them 'ta .
pr"of U co.r '
,t,ijemtary.rf' /*-,!'ib ction> t :assigned Ibenieave'io be discharged to'draV off Prince GOBTSCHAKOW, aad,,;that take such action'in"making,it public as they sanguine gathered hopes.about. :Many 900-.1bs.- them1have. ., already -' AU. eommUDIC&"oba- ; .d'Jj.1 iH Q.I.-. .ITUiNortkRkverPlanbgMilZi k.,
,ii' N'
of)aiiOf} 'oo .arUcTe/"and ftddr'og t.Ji. from the lurther.'co'nwld '.ti n of'"the"'camel OMER :.PACHA ;was,large may tleem I ',expedient.-. addition\to the cotton'per acre with Island atenod1e4 2thitreet, 04
J lt2erez( list .tiid i'elt injfliiio'inanufac- of Milled 'evillr' deaths in l ;. :y?$ a prehtoo4 piCk :, mce&wI_ .r .. ,, '
ilar- there
t
Mpssts.Mccomks i
-
;: Bcii&s reported theHospital .wire the field : : :
: .
force diviei6ri inB'esarabia
In, and ri *fJatg in the'count -': r1&On'; Chatham',and'Walton of Richmond,' jtovj: fttlackj. pen.. li: a ,number ritatepractice. 0 log m. Tbey.clamv to have made .-

".1',+ bt i 11 1 4cd;: JrIIGerd i .: io; Im4AItjJYtttJ1 -I dj enti ,.* The. merhbers'df the cflmrnjttee h vanX:!tbaftfie'.Jtteef "ttbeJl ck 'l on bushels their good.hammock. land, from'35 to 40 S.V li t 'f1 lQL1'.S .'

:\112e bc eofiettliii'g' accountofjifreVis agreeing to the report are Mesirn, HarJemanofBibbTboftiio'n Seawas' C co-operate; with' theJandorcei, ''.Tllc"DavJ w1CXl4tuoAD.-'By" ; the per acre.. The Cane crop: i is_very PU JJ.AT ;"'._ rs't.7b. ) II :
arrival promising, bttnoy: jnade:? 'lJtnll.-
anJ't tHi 'OR and :cannot 6 WaJtiofl..rilB
.. jduer from. public 'of. Muscogee Smith of Trie Porte had received of'ef- of fro Florida ,
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; ( ; ,, assurances;: passengers Ob on 'Satur therefor. be repoftet1.on' ; iMf.1 nei brings ,Post QIcecTfl1So1d.stablinbed Pidi '
= f i DeKalb..vTnEBAaAT,,-,.and Adams- of: Ilabun, : e{tive i aid from j Ihe-Br'itija, French Am. ,d'l.i: learn' tliat4be; cargo'of.'iron"taken dp from the! larau\of:1rtr.M.. c..JPetersoD : UCSh$Ij"'
l i iii. t t"t"ion1o the ) i -t" 'Bninawjck'on board SbP '
on ; lhe//fnMisv now Jt*
fine : iJwatJ
m3q4'4j jjJ.Dt..;. '.The Post 'OIfc11L THE'MotTTH OF;.JOE' hssI asadors. .,.,.in"ca.i'--of4if'cL. f"f'. ., -f. %" _/ "/ ,: disciwrgiflff.*.tT (:Albany patriot, of the,2tl some matured abont ipecimenf' fof'the'growing*' cane: t centlyfitted.tbetni-ellingpublio'IP .HU.T* ;. ...
8 feftt ribband .
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*r *** 1early' $8,000 jp'l.V underBliind lhat Jlaj.'Baa regard- .; TbotParVrafrw. has telegraphic! rjpatebi dsa inst- one .cape, -eAD"'OanibUrwill b6'ID'a&a"IM-a1
) | 'top y .F ,; ,' says that it:'!!learns'.from a>letter re with'23 matured. aDd
.i ooolbrttt, chairmarf.of:the"committed appointed i the joints;!,one ,a Creole! a 9 S&etamba" bit,::8at''It'f .4aadi.Pt
ij'Y1 nearly $6,000.00p. leavingciency >v :fr m.T1n} date4tthe21st, :ii1t wired-at that plac&froflr'couNstbaCJanuirjiIl; : joints to. ..
-t e. of *ab0PIJ.'OOO'.OOO; ;/J;riiieijiaIJy' Goenm f t tbefamiHelhelwork- :'od; Ieep'ningihe'fcafanbe 'which Btaies t'bat'tb'f: Ruasian:army tad. t e. th ron7\bjrx that.first.,', ( au jubenning tfiough measuring Dng'tQ'ttrOs'-mtl1o 8!. leefc 'TbVcapestheir'can.e ( .RQM..,Dsot tho U. reT.witnD""." -

.' a a 1f Jj" tbet enotl1'J u& ')htici paid ,Rail mouth'of be.Mississippi, '**' J-"- .V-1 ""r./-'jyu., t'i-t ZA > ftt.,, be JaiUdown.,and the':cars running,tV about!. wiUU&sle p18U1-atIwhom5y ,orths.wtteslL..iJ

4' Rp. -" aifis". .. ..1 f1'fHrt r. tfC ;lie las mad# areport';irt'fivor of the tontractoh. "AT'cross; .,!'t" ti.. ,. { ''r '.M. t1'i; t ri4'', Wa'neaYllrijJcb."t".ab atO,. 11, Is'fm HemO1saireatcouniyWe crops .tiata.eeasoa.'j' ,, --i.t"'t #wjoJ.,C. .
to ; \
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tate'a ub .a W
cor1ecrictd Ar S' .iafwbich'itU. that lhvOk'1i i'bdli Bruu5wmck.-Sav. ;
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!n ET l**-** *#\TWTVT" .nVl VV' "4Wttf JIE Jl'uable 1mdersigued4)trers .the> '- ( ine-- iiuITA mettio*:kkform. ,. .. :, .: : JACKSONVILLE. ,
l'ro rt .
Fam for DIe,vii*' ,*..
aSlC ills flllllk :
: losephs.SUqAR"pLANT ATIO .known as Bt.rul :- C..D : ;
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in1e'.1uJ1. I.I in .St;Johns : .
Jae head or lbtatllU River, in 'Gnth&lll county 8"&mp at the He carries' on. the- .CABHI&0E'BUSIHESS fa all, its various Tranches,' WOULD inform S the public that be has just made : .

-. :. james W. Bryant. ; eontaiuin3ao,5. of which about 8X are of and solieitgu, hatef th eir pronge.of' U* ."'aetues W keep OD" 1I.ud" conotantljC&rrlagea." Waf ches, JeweliTj and

1) rich thoroug4jteie loam basedon marl; 000 are well clesre& of fcU descriptions sod.he invite/persona from:Florida to call and examine his Stock when.they of the serybest quality,carefully selected by himself and .
At1'OUET COVNIELLOS.A.T.I:1W, and at present under eult Tisit barannatu S S country. He wonUinrtte the citlses-s of Jackionvifle,'and
DSl 7mm. a I about?acres,0' well -8UppUedand AU kinds of work-Jtaade to order,neb. PlantatienWagona Drays Carts and Timber Car. attjat ihe fcHIrlclt stare,Bay $1VtSIr4. $ ._ .
inferior. i71eated.? ou the plantation ri&ge '&ad of the very bed lIi&terid. HeflattertJumwlftnVrthe pictic experience or over enumerated below s ; !
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W. CALL a .Steam Sugar mill and .thirty years which b. poIRlIe.-m secure to>Iwliberal& of Florida J18lronae. WATCHES jijJ
GEORGE complete IOteU.hhdI Sugar works,apab1e of manufacturing ,Orders. promptly attended W, and.repairing done in the best tIle and at a bring price. Gold Magic Hunters Gold and Silver Hunters,f} Pearl aid t.
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3:7 .1 :Lk1.a numin per day.and saw,.saUl attached UTJ.UD. UTTJJtf,! and Open-faced w itb a variety -of.Fob, Vest, Card .

! JACKSONVILLE, FLA.COUSSKLLOR on plDe=laud two single and commanding uw. Also a view inely of the situated whole (L AVIJosepliWiiilden I1A1UCSTLE. Guard and Chatalin JRWELht.LiDO.Chains. } Weights,

IatI1 Flantationa< comfortable Iwo story and attic I Gold Lock .11 e7ktVVrateb- eab. ud, *?* ff*
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.iamedweijing house
B.L1PEABSON.. out containing ten rooms,and Key s; Ladies*Broachci U&ff Pins Breast Pine, Books,
necessary
buildings.:
The
JIT LAW, togs-r..*U.in complete order works/or and immediate build- Dealer in Paints Oils, Glass, '.Box and Glass Fins for daguerreolypesi; gamnKMi Tea
& IronNETl occupation. Also a fine stock of SHIP,CHANDLERY Ear Drops snd Rian,'Skere Ecttous &D.HII mention."
"EAST several hundred to
FLA.
JACKSONVILLE, head of mixed Durhams Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold Pens Go1d..d
._..,,,-3 to the transaction of Business in the cattle, and a stock of about and 83 common full breeds of ,,No. 601 EAST BAT, 1TJP : SrverlhimUei: Gold and: it'"tt .

-nweme and Circuit Courts for the East- India Sheep, which will be sold with. the breed planta West l\IECIIuncs'.BuE Gold and SHver Tootb dt' .& peCt&dea1 j jFIXGER of Pearl
i-j Southern Districts cijTh51R Florida. tion, if desired RINGS. i every
ee or separately.ALSO .
CHARLESTON 5ci
Jtf. C. Diamond. Seal Pearl and Ruby ... Rings; Shears,
The tract known as;St .Ann," containing He keeps constantly for sale a general Plain and Scale do., of every variety. i bcitmaken

675 acres, mortly of high heavy hammock and ment of Paints and Oils of all kinds SILVER WARE. I .
TTbNEY AT LAW prairie having a rich soil from thee to eix feet Glass and SasheS Spirits Turpentine Forks,Table, -Tea and DeHt Spoon; Soup LnVu>!s
in depth based on marL Cainphene Spirit Gad;Tallow, Ladles. Sugar Spoons, Mjislsrd Toilet,
4lZi Columbia Co. East Florida. ALSO, Grindstones, Cordage, Chain Pumps, Spoons, Pickle Knives and ForisLter Knives'Aspkln J page, o

WHIT SmITH The two tracts known respectively as "Mala Foot Gin Fixtures, Glue, Packing : Rings, Cnpa,Card Cases,'aad Port S
m. Compra" and "Della Vesta," adjoining each Brushes of rations kinds. Clock,
ATTORNEY AT LAW other,and being at the head and on the_East I naies.SILVER PLATED:W ACE. mometers

Co- East Florida. side of Matanzas U her, and containing all Seeds! Seeds! Flowering Plants Tea Sets, Cake Baskets. Castors, .Cups 11i Bags. &c.
Columbia
Alligator, 1175 acres. .The Southern half of Mala Compra Cellars Candle-sticks Butter-knives, ice. with many
which is FULL, SUPPLY of Garden Seeds of the kind. ;
heavy hammock, and St. Ann, lie A '
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OSSIAN B. HART, immediately contiguous to St. kinds just received. .Also Onion
JoKcphs, and Garden Peas the '\D" ;:bC5 ;
23 cenU by C:9
quart. tn
be per a :
might conveniently cultivated with it thus a
AT LAW ,
,
ATTORNEY Flower Seeda-from the of 1J.
nursery and %
forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of Repaired
KET 1VEST, FLA., upward -all warranted of the crop of 1833.APOTHECARY. NOT. lT-3al
of 2000 acres. .The balance of these two
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hi the United States and State Courts tracts is of Live Oak hAmmock. based on closely S
Prae'\ien
oHM Southern District of Florida.KJNBIHX concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring inuis- ,ALSO: l .
j.J11.tt' Lure, and of the first quality for :ya Island Cotton fly the "next steamboat large
and Tobacco They might be easily brought Camellias, all of choice kinds ;' Rose TraEGS
nmler cultivation, having been in years passed Fuchsias ; Pinks, Geraniums; Dahlia 53\
Attorneys at Law, cultivated in Cotton. of which the yield was and Bulbous Roots of various kinds; with eating him
frequently one bale ginned cotton to the acre. Fhtwer seeds Flower J srs. ,'fee.. pursuing
OFFICE at PALATXEA Fla., There lion the place a large number of sweet Amateurs are inTitedJweall; ) and [ 1'r

WILLpractiee in the Eastern Circuit. Business orange, pomegranate, fig lemon and peach themset e. Orders UK/jjfke./ country and that '
tBtnzJted to their care will be promptly attended trees and an extensive sour orange grove all to and forwarded. *&- and

to. February.19, iS52..tf I of which with proper attention can be easily : APOTIISCARY HALL I
restored to their once promising condition.All Dec..3tI' T. Capt.

GENERAL j of the above tracts are situated between ,

one or two miles from the ocean, of healthy Store'. 4, Byrne's He ia
Edmund Whitney, location,and in convenient communication with FOR 1 ;XT. years and
the City of St. Augustine, being about thirty CALVIN OAK & SON
Entire Stock now on hand for tended his
ComJl oned and legally qnalified as miles to the South by land and about the same THE : '
or at wholesale, at prime cost, $
or umber for distance the M 1IAKCFACTCRERS AKD DEALERS IS GUNS, :
M.arer and Inspector by water by stanzas River. their
Duvnl County, ALSO. log ofFlannels,:Kerseys Jeans; PISTOLS,'ETC. JicfcsOKTILtE, FLA. The &
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Mi!be foond when his services arc desired, on The tract known as "New Hope" lying 16 Bleached and Brown Sheeting ; Would inform the public that they are '" weeks will
inquiry at the Republican oS.ce. miles by water North of St. Augustine and between Fancy and Plain Prints,Mourning to manufacture short notice, ; ::
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the North any kind of RIFLE or otlierGJX ins style unsurpassed -, '
10 tmJ. river and Guana creek, both Furniture Prints ; !
-J1IIIt navagable for large boats. It contain 575 acres Plain and Fig. DeLains; by any makers. They keep constantly English
H. H. BOURS, of hammock and pine laud,and is well situatedand Mourning DeLains; ou hand, at their manufactory. Rifles, Guns .
adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock Cashmeres and Ginghams ; Pistols, Powder, Shot, Lead Perc oollen Shawls Flasks Shot Pouches aad j Belts, Elastic Gun phy
NOTARY PUBLIC raising. Apron Checks and,w ;
Arjeo. Emb. Furniture Damask ; Wadding, and all other Sportsman's articles. The

JACK50 "ILl4E. E. FLA. 9300 acre ofunimpr Salt Spring Gents. and Ladies Hosiery ; Together with Bowie Knives and Dirks of every
at the north end of Lake George, on the :t. Misses' and Boys do. ; description and a variety of other articles, too

F. C. BARRETT Johns river, mmediately west of Li ray ton Island. Linen Diaper, BIk. and Florenco numerous to mention.
The track embraces "Salt Spring" and "Salt Bishop Lawns Book Muslin ; &>Riflea, Shot Guns and.Pi3toLslrepaired and NOT. %

Notary P.nblle. Spring creek," which nearly equally divides it Fancy Baskets. Hoot and Shoes warranted. Nov. 17-6ui I

CMunlssloner for taking Acknowledgment through its whole krgth, and is navigable from Lamps, Glass Ware, Umbrellars Wines 1 .
of Deed, the river for boats of threv or four feet draught.The quors, &c., too numerous to mention MISS P.

And other Instrument of Writing to.be used in land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the tin which will. .be sold'at cost. .
the States of quality, entirely free from Palmetto of acy kind, = = --'- -- -- : icjIA.

KEW Ton: AND PE KkSTLTAKIA.Jacksonville. and thoubt to be good cotton land togetherwith redical Card.Consumption mllE

Florida.. Oet.}-[ some considerable bodies of cabbage and live Bronchitis i JL on
oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. Terms
The location also embraces facilities for constructing .:. ft. & J. I1U.NTER, pursued. -
S. WiLLIAMS, one of tbe largest and most practicable water B Diseases of the Lungs (late of : The

Commission & Forwarding EEercli't powers as, independent of the flow from the London,) beg .o announce that having I F
spring, the waters of lake Chcreheil, about four ted professional arrangements in regard N.B, !
Jackson\=l1e. Fla. miles in length by one mile in breadth, may be Practice Washington and Baltimore. I Marlow at
made available by a canal of about 16 chains in remove to New York on the 1st of DL FOLSOM, the ;

JAS. LIVINGSTON length, yielding an inexhaustible supply witha ,' The motive for this change is tnat !! Dealer in Furniture of all Kinds Sept.%
fall of at least 13 feet. The spring itself, the more central and easy of access to those
water of which has been analyzed by Prof. 'them from distant parts of the Union. Piano Fortes Melodeons, Sash, Doors Window
Fwwardlng & Commission Herch't, Chelton of New York, and shown to be of valuable Hunter will Tisit Washington and Blind,late improved Cooking and Parlor Stoves -
tiEALERIN DRY GOODS,PROVISIONS: medicinal properties, is of capacious di- once in each month after December.Dr. i' and Matresses, SAMMId BLOCK, Bay etreeiJawon"ille '
.C. &.C. &.C., J. Hunter, Member of the Royal ,
mensions being 60 yards in diameter and most F1a.m36m
Jacksonville Fla. eligibly and picturesquely located. Its positionin of Surgeons, and late pupil in the H03p D.Y.-
Consumption, London, &c., will daring i S TS now
a commercial or agricultural point of view,
L. B. AMERMAN with its advantages in constructing a boat canal ter visit professionally St.Augustine, FIAXO FORTES. I I fl.
of only a few miles across to the Gulf of Mexico nIle, and the principal resorts for invalids Having dealt largely in Piano Fortes for the uf the

Dealer in Dry Goods, Ready-made must before very long, draw the attention of the Southern Coast. j.I art eighteen years I feel confident that none but bracing ,
planters and merchants of that fertile region. The treatment pursued in the finest and purest toned and best finished will,,snd Fancy
Clothing, Gentlemen's Wardrobe ALSO ma, and Bronchitis, is that of inhaling a i I be selected. 1 he best reference in this city giY-j I ar'"F

articles, Fancy Goods, &c., Two tracts containing 5060 acres on the west vapor from suitable instrument or by ,I :u-persons who have purchased Pi VIM and .,I Gr
and 4500 on thc east ei.ie of St. Johns liver, chamber in the patient's house or by lodeons tor the last two years. Also,a fine lot [Hardware,
Jacksonville, Fla. about 12 miles above Palatka, and baring a ployment both those means, as the l of Guitars, Violins, and Strings. Accordions)meat of
river front each of about four miles in extent. stances of the case may require. 1 Sheet Music, &c. All will be sold at New York1!I Bats,
JAHES HA TTATffKEEPS That on the west ofthe river is mostly of pine The peculiar advantages of Aabition prices by L. M. FOLSOM. i I tor dash
of the lungs &c., are, that the oct 13
lands. and embraces the site of the eases
and swamp N. B.-Old Pianos taken in exchange for new!'I
constantly on hand a general as- English Indian trading etore of Panton Lesly & applied directly to the seat of Disease; ones. n3-tf
of- Co., now known as"Ilambly'old store," whichis does not interfere with the exercise or S I
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Family Groceries jjnd Provisions, its beginning corner,and runs thence south to ,I nary business the patient; that the
OT which he IB alwcys receiving fresh supplies. the widow Pangree's"old ficUs,"thence west and invalid may UM it without an nuplcaaant I Stoves, Stoves at Great Bargains.A D .
north to a point opposite the beginning. The tom; and lastly and principally that it lot of late improved bat-air Cooking Stoves",
ALSO one on the ea Numerous Articles / Household Furniture the places know as "Buffalo Bluff" and"Mount Dr. HesTER is assisted by Dr.v& constantly on hand, over'! ,' &\'JOSEPH

Building Fixtures, frc. Tucker." Besides a large body of well timbered Will be published in January next, an I EOlie' Store. L. M. FOLaOM.n3tf I.the liberal

Customers are respectfully invited to call.ft pine lands,it con talus some excellent hammock can edition ofir Charles Scudamore'g
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by strict
I.. Slore on Bay ctreet, opposite Dr. Byrne's! for and residences.several well wooded By a recent bluffs and survey eligible the west sites !I and Inhalation'an Appendix, with an, by introduction R. Hunter M. It. p"I {() .L. M. FOLSOU continues to teach Music!j uance at ;
.lIiJdinajn)} assortment
tract has been reduced to 2JJ49 acres_,and the. one I December ___ _ thoroughly, scientifically, and understandingly,!'CLOTHS
not rote, work. most of the
by ear. or as :
the cat side of the river to HUt it is believed, n
Charles De Waal,Auctioneer, on however, that the deficit will be made up RICE'SWILD [ caching is done in the last. earned stIle, and' ':
amounts to nothing,and is a hun n3-tf pants
JACKSONVILLE Eo F. Proposals for purchase will be received by A. INGS &.
Sale of the attended to CHERRY COUGH -
*in toy part County \V. Walker E q.of New Orleans, John Peek.Elq. .pared to
and respectfully solicited I ofNew York. enjamin A. Lavender, El'q. AGREEABLE to the taste, and with
Hit Auction Rooms and tor-houe are kepton oi1.elD JewelryESTABLISHMENTS
f George Washington, Esq. of St. : the directions I
Bay Street. near the principal market; where' Augustine/ > .aviaaaus*East Florida,or to myself the latter (if used according to : He invites
2d door
he keeps on band at aU .seasons of the year on simple) to cure all uses of Coughs i I InnHE
the most reasonable Groceries and place postagejttHERNANDEZ. I the public
terms family which are within the reach of any
Subscriber having recently located hm-;all
Provisions, for cash or country relief in of r .
produce. St. Augustine March 8th, 1833. mar 17-tf sides affording cases Croup, Jl self in Jacksonville respectfully infuricsj, .N. B.
Good cent to Subscriber on Commission either Catarrh, and Bronchitis, and being
the citizens of this place and vicinity that he has notice.
for private or auction disposal will be quickly most useful remedies in the early stages I
I
.attended to sad ,amount speedily forwarded.8.bscriberbias .- New Goods! New Goods! sumption.MrV taken. store j',
been known in this community for Rice, in placing this article I ON NEWNAN STREET, NEAR THE CORNER -L
lumber of yean a* auctioneer and otherwise. JUST received by steamer a rich and well public,claims not to have discovered or i' 1 1I OF BAY, ,
fA.LL
H. offers H recommendation, but desire that Stock of Domestic and Fancy Dry ously compounded medicines hitherto ,I I for the purpose of carrying on the :
..irleelbould be made regarding himself, of Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Boots and Shoes I
v Commercial House at the place of hit reidneo. Hats, &e.The or combinations known only as as prevented separate the remedies full force or Watch and Jewelry Business in all;;payment are
CHARLES DsWAAL. Friends and Patrons of the Subscriber are its branches.My .
Nor
he
beneficial effects. does
aver I having
his
November 11th. 1832. tf solicited to call and examine present Stock
Cough Candy has the approval of the tv present
consisting in part Stock ia composed of the latest and most I t
BUS AMIS F. TO"'SSEND. Small fig'd Prints or Gingham's;M.de Lames, Medical Faculty or has been S fashionable styles, selected with great care, and ing to law
AUCTIONEER.JACKSONVILLE Alpaecas Mohair Lustres; Brocade Alpaccas- the mo t enlightened physicians; I will be sold cheap for cash. against .
FLORIDA Chameleon Lustres Persian Cloths English Me- would merely state that having himself Particular attention paid to the'repairing of

rinocs Paramatta Cloths, all wool; Plain and severely from Bronchial affection, Watches and Time-pieeWof every description.
.Respectfully solicits sales in Town and Country Fig'd M. de Lames, black and colored Silks, Coughing and Night Sweats he applied Having devoted my time for the lost six' ears October

lib Auction Room is over the Store occupied by plain and embroidered Cashmere Shawls,Hosiery, of the Faculty,whose prescription I to the practical branch of the business 1 flatter

S.N.Williams (Dr. Foreman's old stand.) Gloves, Laces Dress Trimmings, Bonnets Ribbons speedy relief and resulted obtain in such I myself' that in this particular- I shall be able to A..LL
that he was induced to a
Gaitors Bootees give satisfaction. are '
rich Slippers, ,
very :
REFER !
EfCES. French Ties, Children's Shoes of all kinds, Gen ingredients and the manner in which By close attention to business and honorable :
O. M. Lee Esq., Madison; John W. Westeott tlemen's Wear.A be property compounded with sugar I dealing, 1 hope to merit share ofthe public poronoge. against
8t Augustine Jas. Livingston S. N. WiT very rich assortment of ready-made Coats, them a convenient and palatable Respectfully duly
Klims.Jackson Jlle. jy 12 Pants,Vests, Hats, Boots Shoes and Bootees. which he has had the satisfaction of 't .GKO.. FLAGG. wise this
Shirts Collars Cravats Scans, Ties, Stocks tee.Boys' ing it successfully in many coses. The NoT.lT-tf -5- '
mIlE UNDERSIGNED keeps constantly Clothing good assortment on hand. ents of which this Candy is composed
J: which Wild Cherry is the principal]are Alli
hand a full supply of FAMILY OUOCE&IKS Negro Clothing and Cloths-very cheap. .
'AID PROVISIONS, consisting partly Please call and examine Goods and Prices. harmless and may be taken by THE ." MAGNO ..BOTEL," I.
of the I
Gbshen Batter, Cheese,'Lard, Ham Sold for cash only. ages atall times. Unlike for sale many On the St.Jolm'at
offered
Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Flour, L. B. AMERMAN Candies now ( : '

fcogar of all kinds, Coffee Teas Soda,flutter, September 22.APOTHECARY. which the product are in of reality profound the concoctions medical of .Under charge of Capt. 0._J. Blurry.rinHlS SIX: \ .
Sugar and Boston Crackers l'ilot Bread,
Maeceral Codfish Syrup,}Molasses Candy Makers,) this article is not I ; ia a new House,recently opencd'for the for a final
Beans Herring Tobacco Snuff.tf HALLand cure aU the "ills that flesh is heir to," JL, accommodation.of-Hoarders and visiters
Potatoes ,Sp. Sega,
Tea Depository. enliarly adapted to the few diseases II.bo from the North, daring, the.enanin: and. future late of
ALSO: tioned and instead of being composed le&80nSo. S j 16-6m
Brandy Fruits Preserve, Prunes Sardines with the the St.John's
So. 3, Dr.iJyrne'a Kew Building, Jack- poorest quality of sugar, infused It is situated immediately on
Cornae Brandy, Peach do., Scotch Whisky aonTIUe,E.F. ot Hoarbonnd it is made from sugar in river, a sboft.stonca from the mouth t if Block
MmumtaheU Whiskey, Holland Gin, Madeira est state of perfection, and contains well Creek.and inmost favorably located and conveniently -SIX;

%Wine, Cherry do., Port do.,Claret do., is kept constantly on hand a Large and approved remedies. /Try it,and its fitted up for the purpose mentioned. Arrangements
.Champagne,Absynthe. Where well selected assortment of merit will call forth a spontaneous I are made for theawommodktionof of
ALSO: from yon which ere long shall five it.a about sixty boarders and already numerous visi deceased.
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.Dry Gcds, Shoes Blankets, Jco. DRUGS, and CHEMIcALS, ity unparalleled in the history of ten have availed themselves of,a location at thel t
which I win sell low for eash or country pro- just rereived by late arrivals,warranted fresh and PriceZS cents per package. ",Mageolia.5 The House convenient to t : &

dES. T. G.Sew MYERS.Jy genuine. Also, PERFfl.YERYco.uns, Each genuine package of,Rice's fine Mineral Spring;and boats and P* y..are :
'4 BRUSHES, SOAPS, LAMPS, BURNING dy will bear on the envelope the kept for the purpose .r going thither., 'The proprietor ,
ALL
FLUID. &?. fcc., which will be sold low for C. RICE;Savannah-Ga. respert&dly invites strangers and citizeni
Grocery and Provision Store. each.' I Country merchants can be supplied I to "drop in" or sojourn at thr jWajuwia umbia

Country orders solicited and punctually attended box. each box containing packages .at : in winter or summer,'and thus afford him HUfJ1 present'

THE udenlrned respectfully Informs the eit- to. Physician's prescriptions put up with DOTS U.COOP31A'M : portunity devoting that attention to comfort -ycor.from
of JacksonvUle and vieiaity that be tare and despatch.. which it will give himself and the ablo superintendent bar eno
Baking manifear -
bIa pssedlhaews.eJIf: a.?much pleuure. to :
I FAnllLY GROCERIES' 'It :PROVISIONS SODA WATER AND SYRUPS, HENRY COOPMAN continues to '. .J'A.-SlIMMERu."t__ : .
Jacksonville
with :
I. u. __ '.. their of .November .11.2z, i _
alen. forwcrly pled by. V. of my own manufacture, in highest state GOOD BREAD S
.- 1'WILL1.uenry perfection. in.their Mason, to be had at the D .
FOR CASH AND C.A.6U
article necessary for FamQy Use can counter. ________________ His store is situated'on Kotke to Trespassers.JMC I BY J T 5
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obtained OB Teasenable temu, azul f or eash. .
..&eaU( .. TEAS. from the oU corner ofWm. AIsop (at cK-flona Cutting tim1. or otherwise ins1IL'Lng door in i
.JIII t. toni .J.11.'UOWELL.r Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company.Tea F.Waver &Go's.)'where can be had at oa 1hsZrCt ot inna eying la N. r.to:.
of direct importation and of fhtrty-four varieties BREAD, UAK Sand PASTRY of ,IgVUOfcJ,aDd known .-...:"P&tiO ( nIk", tract Gf
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,from i to I lb.ia package,warranted. Mriptioo. S S S are hereby notified that they wffl pnseeia Stale
tl tlto *
i Tailoring and at etPem6J11 prices.OOCOUNXRYJDEALERS" : S Persona from the country will find it for so .doing, !thftandersiff" e tat el J

.mH .A.NIU wel1'kbon: to'b u- supplied croft-, supply themselves.Private with families these articles : '. -DAS...F\J ; year 1S53
. his counter. regularly "
-perioMed in Cutting sod Making, Informs t xuso ACcaapA npwjTH CASH.. o 5L6' r MDdiaA'/
tte in town as herefofore. l --II' '
eiiuetu ia
this that
JaeksoarUle and vicinity "
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}M has taken the house seat door to.SIP"Jt Garden fe Flower_ Seeds, Plants,Sic Parties wiahingpltry' t famished ,- ... Sajf .
cAa.vh'. T/McMtLLAN.: times be &. promptness ., : to
jn* Store,where** la now readyt receivecrdeisthat.J '. reasonable terms ; oJiAS"YAH: : swtth-by
** entrusted .to: bim.kHewarWsJl ; ;
:' suits or'nnMntl ioN fitted and made, TJEINoTh-EoUsE.: Ji take this opportunity expressing :; FACTOa- AND' CO jO1ON' r-RCHAN1 lands
: for the liberal evidences ofencouragemen :
| otherUcelnahe, : u 4' CdIflarf 1 St.ld, '
4T.r: -..y -.I'.at jsjjy ", j 1 have already received and while' '1.-/, j't ., .'- ;
, THE SUBSCRIBER/ __ of the feel ; .AR9 A '{
., asking a continuance same I1l S
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t S ftI1t :
b.Weto.r1b
tidj leonins V m I : /Tax
baring $'opened, n
for the bread whicJ*J offer
in claiming
,.aL u.'GOrt.ut DOti e. the above House would rspeouuitypo-' unsurpassed in all the ess.ntIA1&WbICb go .. ., .... :- _..- : _c-q- No.. : t

.. i ; ;. :y lieU the patrouge'4UJa.pulilJc; There', the staff of life palatable,pore,..and I : t, ,4 : n.x Ti"* ?*VJ'V "*" -'i '-
are at this time some five to six rooms unoccupied, I will continue to use Ute $dour. ,. LNaisaniuti Taxcollector'swfli ,
,-. .rUt iee&iYAL amral of th*MOM with fir* plaeeav The liovseto personal experience in the art of Baking, i.t _1L' J4.Iu BY
ly.v..UEaiiilDEZ DrtperAteanttftTiot 1 within oa hundred and ftfty yards of the Post We to promising 52u7.customers Good B c ..ritlJ"-1I1 l nstta llaose a

,! Office and wharves. The undersigned..Agentf .' arehZ4f,-.;* HENRY, } I .:. .:expos* W aletiefoi'th/ -CourtlSaawHt 5.. 5
horse L
f for Gta.;Sotf foor'hone Coach and two. .
.f French black : 1I0CIe c1. eomrty, n'ti-intlon; .
>Broadcloths. .i Hack M5.UIiflObtb leaving for Ocola semiweekft. : by.maderCotbI..etesmer S' &'
Una.ucI Green dyInMareb.J4.'tbset bnoeazscrss third .adcs>att<
; ,-I IV.r..di4JtJ For f art bcrparticnbirs apply at the offices ot .
c4 ..pWa **fcl fWnJMre- '" JLECEIVED, Vy yatlaid,lying-.the SMarj's tiWi1aacIs..J..i I51rtbs 5. .
J the Jacksonville. Republican aad Newt. OJ 'stock Superior Ready<4aad*\ J ', lat 5.raqe::aa&'feT1'&t1d ale ja. aliv1ded -. '

'.' ,m."""'' "'IUnAo.litk. : JAJUS.B.ASKEW'.' the made and Jattst Freneb f 1 : .'Willi bad! ef Ih:.tsews&nJesetace34n&b
,. d. PalaiSra,Jw7!, : '. ,'tt.,. ;IirnuE'Q 1Ock..1JreII..0.1;.Riak .'P'y1.w .1"U4. ,_ .\J-e! es4Ui..J.u'i riIft'1)aY ,:-

''t.'It7.W: anhal-netincl..a 1 a tM>.tM Btvn'for rnerl*' Vests;Black Doeskin Pants; ,:; ; : Newton together wttb.tJl.mWtTaHlM- *, "-c twobes4.5.sgb&. .. lt"
.at" s>ofiUt ,"Boots,:,Saoe v7k 4fn _. I & .or." F
" "." Rn4Hs" Coats 'JlS;; eopi d Sir Mwr&Yeruande*.:i3ube A. : .
each 45 tilot ,
Clothing, a fine aseortmant. : +.. 1.4R 'IitC .t t'ylUwbf3ff-: ,.
g 1t44cb&Cleth,LlP1Cord Mined Bifme tohen.will beIsis.dto: ,.tl.fii d,, ,.W..h'-a : :
< A. o .t 4A'.N. r8oLl fc.cula.oWt.'If" f..1t _". 'r ,,! Sl'_ iSM i.1l ..14fJ n.c.
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MUSTANG LIN1.MKNT.AS An* article' founded on Scientific :principles, ,: I. -

t thi paper*!!!fall into the band of many compounded with purely vegetable' .ftbitances. T I' SXtThlT1LDii6 .
",pare not in tbehauU of reading advertisetaenU being perfectly safe when taken, and hat never :: t: : ; fttOft''Wt.11", tt; .
tho. relating been known to fail In 'the Q.
fr newspaper*. and ei pcci lly 13i. caring most obstinate' = Ill W. ltIORRELL. 'No
l rofiHTU pMeff tiertont and aW those who have. not is once used, from the fact that 1t not only destroys I j ; ''House .
ti
already learned the fact ("tD their own experience them, but removes an the slime and. mucus FnrnlaMiig > b Uiffiii
ami v-rriitiou.. that, Mexican; MutvgUniwdrnHj which may-rem in. ttI [ ,'Fnrnltarc. ,, VhOI..a1. ..An.?-!:?*'

.'truly and latrlutcally, the Hbsbedersj to Cfltbefn.
to the afflicted THE TAPE wonsr.. I II 'JL fcntioa of Ihs. Florid tt.
r' oflkred fmbiie.Ie
trt
r aedy ;v : 'f're" I This is the ouo' w..Wt11
most difficult to
worm destroyof known -
establishment for tbe sale -
for rheiifl.ti!"!iii. toouralcuv, stiffness or soreness all that inhabit the hurnanbocly. "J& of
to
fjobitf, &" >*.or_ <' .1I1h.. Fur cuts bruises almost indefinite grOWl .URNJTURkaedIIOU3E FtJRcThJJ1PQ .
length
and
tarnca1iJm"eoT* nipple caked breasts &c., an ,* bottoming JlA TEIl/AL8olnrry'DEBClUPT10N.
coiled and fastened the intestines
and stomach
It rfjattrfi-alle.1 cci-llenc., An.1t"e'harcprovedit House-keeper a&dmerebaat caa ukL.
ft the We can, as to produce Pitt,6ft. &'gius'1)aare, 4w.,which = I selves with ertiefe, totgeneral wppj,
b fur jiiles. every.:
4.jwta iq
to ,remedy -
; recommend nndadriseevery is the cause of many going to the grave not believing j a good store took. ,". er r.tryrmin" ,
therrfcr'r,<'l'in4cnt''r' ,
} that. these complaints have their origin
reader U try it. fueling certainty of giving Everything ia the.fiD'Ofbaiinesa
,. .. from the Tape Warm; consequently do not kept on band "S
relief.J. including Parl4rz
.
ati factlo.n by giving d _
use the proper medicines for their dUeosi. To .
and Kitchen
Furniture/1 '
NEW You July 31, 1832.W txtj r/tWeTCifc DIet"i1I.
those who are nfJicteJ with thi.awful foe to a* good term MI pareianet .
: ."er by certify thnt we hare nwl the compound Makes the richest heaviest, tb'ckest health, I recommend,the v\I'e ,of.ray IVorm'Sy-i : -:- at upon the Norths .-.'. MOIUULI can-Wd5- ""&
kiwwnaslhe Mn< ang Liniment and have and m ;t permanent lather of any Shay-. nip and Liver Pills. 'The Syrup.to bo taken in ; Old established stand 5aYau;

no liesita/loa in rewinmeBdiiig it as the best article log Soap now in use.LEONARD'S doses of two table spoonful,three times a day; '. aii march- 24 ,' :
wo have ever ,-oed for the cure of gpraias, then take from five to eight cfmLiver; Pills, tc. mW W Y--1IilI

gal1.tut"bl1i1t'c. sc., Oil bOrf' I. dislodge and pass the Worm.'By strictly following i McMAHONFOREIGN &
,1w.doubt thi, will plcnse eaU on thennersigncd EXTRACTS these directions, the most obstinate cases of DOyLE
tand thev.will be happy to afford all FLAVORING Tape Worm can be speedily cured SBHOC.M t iW.L _CIr-Q. CIB .r.rW'. JiL WHOLESALE DJU.EU'JJ" l
.
iUtfflcaey.&e. LemonVaniIla, Rose, >, hTOMACUVt3u9T.. FLO1t1DA
ether iof-mnation in their i wer aP regards namely, .or .
LUl'Z D\i.l. & Co. 1'cach, Orange, for Cakes, Paddings' This worm' li usually found in'the small intestines PROPRIETOR of this well known house i is pleased to announce to his old Friends and &liOCllIRS: hill illlTIIt1c[

"*.: Proprielors Manhattan. Stage Co. Tics Custards Creams, Ices, &0., are ,and if the worm most common to children; THE and those visiting the Sunny fcouth" tor Health or !Pleasure that his House has .
''.s and convenient. yet it is not entirely conGued to them as adults undergone a thorongb renovation, and has been well fitted UD to suit the most fastidious having %AND ,
exceedingly DOMESTIC
.Ekdrn' a letter dated very choice, without have frequently been known'to imfier"with them.: made another addition to the Building and having most,of has Rooms furnished with new Furniture LIQUOR
;!'al(4AuI"Tn C'TY""Cal.,Aug. 15, 1si2. Housekeepers should never be The Symptoms most prominent while, affected entire. ; NOA9Q BAY STREET, f
'telie\'e the Mnntarg Liniment most an ex them. Those who delight In the delicious with this worm, are hardness and TuIlneM of the Having visited the North very recently for the purposeof ascertaining from personal observation (Opposite Me88r.SuantonJobQStoaa 1iCo.

eeU lIt an,kL). My wile brought couple of bottle flavor and ex'iuisito' perfume of belly, limy stools,looseness of the bowels pick- the means best adapted to the comfort and convenience Travellers and Invalids from that Formerly occupied by.Ch llartrid
with INT. whieuVJ;'nm-t .thank you for. Fruits and Flowers will find in these i ng'at the nose, a blueish streak nnder the eyes section of the country,I feel fuHy prepared to give assurance to those who visit my House, that SAVANNAH .GEORGTA,. .
with &c. If you or any of children have any of attention and accommodation which be \ 1\
Knceohe e.niuo hcre.-iqjr Korre Cell clown Extracts all that they can your they will meet with every cau reasonably expected.
tec. and injured tne-en3Ti1OruhV, but broke no Flavoring the above symptoms, HOBKNSACK'S WORM Tbe Proprietor has also secured the services of a Lady of long standing and reputation as a JOHN M'MiHOX. !AJlif -
desire. SV UUP.can safely be depended By usingit lie will to make his House of the bert Florida and jan27-ly -
boneTrf thtre >n.t..b l e. Liniment, and the upon. Housekeeper. spare no pains one in hopes,
relief iu fart ihe, euro was.a..t\.li"hint. LEONARD'S LEMON SYRUP, being you hovea certain, safe, and speedy cure;' and by keeping a good House, and giving his personal attention to Business to merit and receive the

(:'ff1" !) **" lU"*anv*J-*" FRVIT instead of from Acids, if,after sIng it according ,to the directions the patronage of the Public. lIe respectfully solicits a call from his friends and travellers generally. Art DRS &. or
'
from
made patient is not restored t<> health and the worms JC3-A,largo and extensive Livery Stable is attached to the House. -
Extract fro. a U-ltcr dated Mare all tho ordinary kinds, is not only thoroughly eradicated from tlio ysV'm you can { -The-cVestern Stage leaves the House soon after the arrival of the ftoat. FACTORS AND GENERAL'COMMISSION .,

t., Pis-mumta, IV, Oct. 5, 1852. far more. pleasant. but .also_ ,more_ .healthful __ rest assured there is no remedy boyond the grave. Oct. 15, 1853. 3m SAMUEL BWF1NGTOV, Proprietor. MERCHANTS. .
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As for fail, hero is no such word as fail with
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Another eirnl.'lII"flltll.'O wVn.li noticed In Ohio, and wholesome ana manes me Ulvn ---T. .
I thought spoke highly of the drinks. those who use iny IVortit Syrup. SA1NIAI1 1 GA. .
a few On.** "go agreeable of summer (. t
in the office of ASCARIDKS or.mNliThrrn tic Mn-tatig. i-cing
virtue*of de- Q.w..AnE1tSO, I.W.4."IIJiU03. 1.1.
a phridVinn of high 1I1nlinJr. I noticed as he LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Those These worms, to which tho human system U liable jan27411 J4CuoL

opened; tie! c1nflr of his brKok.rJ ", several bottles eirom of using Mustard that' i is not half arc the most troulilcsome of all others. Theyare I

of Mnrtang. alii ij ide *f which ws an empty rice-flour, and wish it perfectly PORE generally to be found in the rectum and if STOVE DEPOT
Mustang ""ute,nnd a two oanrc pre'efiplion- should Leonard's Pure Mustard and allowed to remain from the irritation they produce : >,v .
al CUM with Mr. ting Liniment on whu-h was try article different lay the foundation for serious disorders AND GENERAL FUfflUSHNG WAUll
the following! direeficms I lib the throat well they will enjoy an very such as inflammation of tho bowels and other derangements .;
ROUSE
night and morning with the Liiiiiiient. and wrap> from what is usually: called Mustard. oCt stomach. Tho best and safest
." J. 1'. FLLM1NG.B. is 10 12 ATO 14 BABtAKDSTlrrr.SATvmA3.Ctn.
a o.leii eSoth :uolIlI.I it. Medicine that ean bo used HOBIJNSACK'S
:II Mer-kiu ".I"1! Walnut rcct,ci1lC'ionaLi. WORM SYKUP. Such is the n tomshing THE Subscriber.most respeeU'u111IDYiWt a
was eoufi'icd '., l his bfd n-id i-der treatment i>faiihv.sician power or'lay Medicines over Auraiailet, that.1 at hu Eltabliabment.hen trcmfibrt
i""ui j .ix ,"c..k-'.wilb ieuralia i of the fl3rdoj'fa1e1CSS defy any ono to produce a caso where my Worm will be made to give satisfaction. nil wmt
whole .,f hilt right si-K lez. arm an.l faee; his Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended bused and most varied assortment of Cooking aa<}f w.
'luilTcrii'S weie hut cribtMe. and ths only eea- DROPSThey that they will not cure. AU that is necessary lor Stove, ,from the best Manufacture' tU
uliun from the moit ?"nizing pain was while WORM SUGAR is to uo the Syrup in accordance with directions II kinds of ,Hollow Ware Hardware, Cut..
Hi it' '. -' _-- :---::_- Wooden-ware Brushes,Guns-ringU and 4
under the influence of oj-i-im *r Morphine. on each bottle; and in case a gentle purgative iUv
doctorfi.mlly ad\i.ed him tn try.the Mustang is required in order to allay the irritation barrels Pistols,Brittania and Glass Fluid i..s-
Liniment l.e did *"'. and in ,,*'day. waiable togo they produce, the Liver Pills by their sympnhi'ing &c., &3. Also, constantly' manotaetariog
of
about hilf bu-uBCMi, pet fectly \ action antI healthy operation upon the kinds PlaiPsoisbedandJapanedTj.,1,5.
4 VOICE FKOV THE SOPTH. bowels ia the most pleasant: Medicine that con be Camphene aad Burning Fluid-emstantlv n
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hand.U1n271l J.J.MATJRlCg.
The MeucaR: Mustang Liniment hall been ed taken. JAMES SULLIVAN.

la my fmii'ly: and nn my plantation, for a great II OB EX SACK'S LIVER PILLS. : SAVANNAH. CAt"iW'JtN..aU PRICE & TEBBK L

vanety of di eade reqniriiiK an external application No part of the system is more liable to disease ;
and hat ut-vcr failed to gipetimmediate relief than the Liver it being supplied with numerous -4 *4' -

,,**id ffect a permanent cure. I have cured blood vessels and nerves, and if diseased the I Bay street SrlTau" l
reicral cases of rheumatisi.i that had resisted the blood of course flowing through all parts of the ,
,. T all time keep a large assortment ef h.
ikni'oT'our best physician It h** cured ring- body produces Liver' Cmtjilamtt, Jiundice Ld- w Mga" A CLOTH

norms br a fingle application; ekillhlains in aftw I, tout .Ajfecti'nt, Dytjxpiia, fyc. frr. CASSIMERESt' ..FESTWCSr'
days; toothache immediately; frost bites LIVER C03JPLA1XT SOUTHERN COOKING STOVE.
Which tIeyare prepared to mike tomearanbi
cute sore and euros, by a few applications; nervous .
headache: eared lItire)'. In fa,t, I haven in is attended trith chill, succeeded by fever, severe : STOVES FOR SALE BY JAMES SULLIVAN, Broughton Street, ava.nnab.1 the best manner. Also 11CIA
contan nil calomel <>r tvercury in the of the Liver bitter OO
"ed it fur almost everything and it has always pains region vomiting, tJf Georgia. Ready-made Clothing, .
cured. I consider it the best medicine 1 have any form, or any deleu-rious i'lgreJiontwbutevcr taste, yellow furred tongue pulse full and bound- The SOUTHERN IRON WITCH COOKING STOVE has been got out by the advertiser A large Stock of FINE ClotbiBg.fti'goeiu 4 -
eVer Oiled w-'t. JOhNSON, and are at oi.ce attractive to ing, the pain in the side is increased by pressure expressly for Southern use, and challenges all others before the public as the most complete now offered terials and well made. .

". Proprietor of the Marshall House. the pleasant to the taste, and sure should the left lobe be effected the pain in generally and Las been made very strong and of heavy casting 11 is the first Cooking Stove for With a large variety FANCY ARTICLES
eye in the left shoulder, with a short dry cough, which Premium has been awarded in Georgin which done at Ga. last
a was Macon October by UmfirellM
June 2-I 1852 Children eat them Hats Caps, Cane, Shfartr.'Crartts.
'\. ; ? AVA>:SH, in their petation.
tallow
the skin becoming nfa and tbe consent SiLVER MEDAL bein the Preminm.
apptara.net. general
A. K. Moore ulle lUbe editors and prottriotonnfthe and I ; a Stocks Searfe. &e. tor. AU of which, *
F.llq. with great avidity pleasure.UTICA (tools clay-colored.Tbis diseasocanboenred Stoves aU other TIN 'VAltI Wholesale which "\
.. Savuniikh.. CO..) Koimblicail" __ for purposes at to Florida merchants are par Sold at the LOWEST.PRICES. .
--- --- ) 1851 l.IIII'S' by the am of 1IOKENSACK'S LIVKIl PILLS ticularly invited as heretofore. Hollow Ware Wooden Ware and Home J"urnuhing Goods of Savannah, March 4b. '185310ly
ofUie-JHh Lccember. :
in thatpii as they act directly upon the seat of the disease, every variety for sale at Wholesale anti Retail. nov3
Se Qur enables us to recommend Dec. 2 1852. '--
personal experience I and then operating upon the bowels they expel
the Mexican Murt.ing: Liniment to the Gent. The calls and favor .WM.R.SVMONSDRAPER
frequent
nil the corrupt and vitiated matter from the EJ s- SOMETHING NEW.
public with confidence as we bare felt the gou.leffects
able reports we get of the use of BAR. tem '
anUs, which received I
great benefit upon a from sprained one nrplicntion, and has been I DOTTE'S W ORl1 SUGAR DROPS, reminds me DTSPEPSIA. j S) n ) n / ( n I / AND !TAILOR..

eared by rrcacionally tising it for a week. | 'of the promise I recently made to send The symptoms of Dyspep-ia, and it' various 11.4@e 1J&9 'g Sfi&g II lS111 IfillfH AND DEALER

.' Mr./ Murphy, of the firm of Murphy, Gait I you some certificates taken by us. Herewith diseases are dizziness in the head heartburn: oppression 5 3 n tflEA DY-MADE CLOTHING

I& Co of thi' iiy, says that by the use of the you will find copies of two, Martin after eating meals sourness arising from AND CHEAPER VnAN"EVER. NO. 17 WmTTAKErC&TKEZT. ..
taCtabg he bUll received benefit ] &c. sometimes .
Liniment more Huber's and William Stanton's, both the stomach and general languor
than from any other remedy be has used, and ot the whole body. From this it will be seen that unprecedented SUCCCM of the NEW HAT MANUFACTORY and the liberal SAVANNAH f
than he hus for the ltst six honest and reliable men the latter having the disease its ton THE patronage Gloves Suspender. Shirts aoJ Gentlemen'sFurnishing
now feel better years. I owes origin disorganized state .} encomiums bestowed on our first eSorti tocjf.ibli.-h manufactory of HATS, by the citizens ; .
Facts speak for themselves, comments ore unnecessary i been known to me nearly twenty years. of the Liver and Stomach. HOHCNSACK'S of Charleston, has induced us to engage still moro largely in the business of producing a articles generally,'- iL
,-Dal ton-Times, Feb. 10. To-day a farmer called and got the Ll\'iiL PILLS is tho very medicine to effect a .J'J
IVcinnutism.-Tbis is to certify that my,.tife second box the first having been admin permanent and lasting cUre as they act by changing -I HOME MADE HAT \n27.11 ,
afflicted with severe chronic rbcum. tt, the certain morbid actions of the into ,
was system BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORWMSAVANNAH
favorable results
istered with very dome That shall successfully rival those from Northern or Foreign Factories.
She bal.suffered for nio-ithsuith the uiestr xrcruciating a healthy action and rendering the blood pure
piiu'-he had tried rb.eum.itic com two or three weeks since, to a daughterof With the aid skilful workmen, tka most superior materials imported expressly for this market BY' rr

pounds, relief, and almost everything recommended his, thirteen years old. In this case, oTo Females.You and an experience of ten years in catering for the wants of the Hat wearing community of this b
for this dreadful ui e.ie. None them I the parents did not know that the child will find tBese Pills an invalmlde medicine State we arc confidant that all HaU issued from 2 1<> will bo unsurpassed for beauty of proportions [ : r wit
her pains in the lcat. Flic n ed one CJt.v i ia many complaints to which you are subject. In quality of material, workmanship ;'rico by any store in the United States. l Jb
relieved
eell bottle of AWtang Liniment and it _cured I voided worms, but oho immediately recovered I. obstructions, either total or partial they have Good Silk Hats for GISt $2. 0 aa.l <-3.())); and n better Hat for $4 CO than can be found at any GEORGIA, ,1J.-1"

her entirely. ?*he it now perfectly well and re- her health. been found inestimable benefit in restoring and house in the city and of our OWN MAXUFACTlJiEmade upon the spot, which fact can. be ascertained WHOLESALE DEALER ISBUTTER :
coiamendej all of her fricud to use the Mustang Truly and respectfully yours, purifying the blood and other fluid, so as to cure by calling in at any hour of the day and observing the process. ANl1CJlE- &
Liniment JAS. L. OLU Lit. WILLIAM BillSTOL all complaints which may arise from female irregularities -
: Savannah Jan. 1, 1352- as headache, dimness of sight pain 'THE f E PLtiS OITBA mAT, DIRECT FROM
', in the side back, &c. These pills are the only Our beautiful SATIN CEAElt cannot be sold for loss than and do to
: AS ECHO FK'IV THE WKST. UTICA, June 101852. $3 justice our friends and @SHEN NEW'TORK//
effectual to the
safe and remedy following
cure
Mrs. C., fM l oiils. was nursing a young ourelvcs-and we warrant them to give satisfaction or the money will be refunded We shall introduce '
I that' I of Messrs.
;'child one nippVberinuc mrc.aml the breast I certify purchased complaints: Gout, Nervousness, Melancholy. our Charleston styles in a few.days, and are ready to make to order any of the most fashionable ._ jan27-ly; _
WM. BRISTOL & Co day before Sick Headache Giddiness Kheamatism- Die- "
yesterday -
.inlUuied and raked hard. A fey aTlie\l >4of styles now worn,with promptness, and all warranted to suit AiD Fir, as our PERSONAL attention -
,, the Mustang Liniment healed the nipple re- a box of Bardotte's Vermifuge Sugar trc. sing Dreams, Dimness of Sight or in fact will hereafter be given to that d'partine'it.N. ; .JNUAI.. COOPKR CO.,

.taioved the hardness and inflaiumation {rum the Drops, for a child of mine, four and a half any of the Diseases that arise from affbctions ofthe IJ.-A large assortment CAPS and FANCY HATS for Youths, Boys, and Children;"of '.,1Book's
Liver, impurity of tho Ulood, or constipation new and varied patterns will be opened next week at the Charleston Hat WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 15 _
)rca..t. and she had no further trouble with it. i years old, whom I suppot-ed troubled with of the Uowels. Factory 240 Kingstreet.irnv

Rume-ous cases of this description have come tour worms. I bad tried to get Vermifuge Medical Evidence. 3-6m. u. RAWLEY. ). Stationisyy,

knowledge, and it N alw.iys effectual. \I down her several times but could not do CORNER WHJTAKEfJ & ST.JULIAN\\m,
Mrs. IluKhcs of :t. Louis, l.nd a very severe We the undersigned, physicians having had. First quality Hat Four Dollai.sllrl l u. : WarIng's ttauge,' ""
'. attack inflHtniurftory rti'-urti.itii-m in her ahoul-;i: it without holding her nose and she the receipt of their manufacture submitted to us SAVANNAH. .**

-. ders .rlOIl,""lid back. Ai'tcr eufliTing the most would vomit all up again. But after inspection, say that thin ingredients of which So.;APP.
excruciating pains for yonir tcnllaYaI.without ob- j.'I she got the taste of the SCCAR DROP?, she they are composed make them the best pill inu STEELE'S: "HAT HALL I JXO. X COOPER, WJt.A.OLCOTT ,. .

:. taiiiing any relief fiom her ""hj..iciallll. she was cried for more. Yesterday and todaywe < for nil diseases of tho Liver impurities of the Printing and JjookLiadi'ag' .exnvtetf: *j jrietii 1
The \III Two fifty WOOD M. D.
induced to try -lal;: 1lood kc. GEOUGK 231 KING STREET .r '
cent bottles vlfc U-J A J.ri jot tuie.. I gave her the contents of the box, and F. CROWLEY. \1. J). ness and despatch. ,"'Tt i'jForeizn

The Mustang Ll-iinicnt is put up in C'ic, SOc to-day it Lrought away FOURTEEN 1. BOWEN, M. I). cx : rc'e.rD g Q Books imported to order at N.. ..
and '1 bottles. The .*>0c bottles contain ni much I LARGE WORMS! some of them a foot but those the Feb 10-tf 1
03-Purchase none having signature appreciation of the immense growing trade of this, the most extensive fashionable Hat House ___
< -M three of the ic buttles. The il bottles con- I Ion .. of "J. N. IIO1JINSACK." as all others IN in the South I have seen fit to rabjee the first quality of Geatleinen'a dress black Hats from LetterCopjifeBOOKS.
taia much the 23c bottles. The Parchment Paper
as M cibtof $1 ; MARTIN HUBER axe worthless imitations. $5 to $-1; the$4 Hats to $3 50; the $3 50 to $3. .
bottles hold one \hit, the are cliea[>cst. .-This Paper is very .;:l "
,: G. BRA(;(. t Co., sole proprietors of the I I East of the Big Basin,Broad-st., Utica. Agents wishing new supplies and all others. && J&e&xrtment perfect and distinct eopy.M&M"i
Mexicrn Mustang Liniuunt, l'rillllal; olTn-cs, wishing to become Agents, must address the proprietor the advantage cf texture aad surface y"I' .1'
-2OU1rddwA.v. N. V.,-OrllerTbirl an.1 Market UTICA, Nov., 10, 1552- J. N. IIOBliNSACE, at his Laboratory Gentlemen's Foshionahlo Dress Cloth Caps Hunting Fishing, and" Travelling Caps. Also alb be written upon without enreadinf "The.hUare >

atr ets, Kt. Louis, Mo. Messrs..WM. BRISTOL & Co., No. 130 North. Second street, above.Race..PUlLADELl'JUA. tho latest..French and American Fancy Caps for Children together with a grand variety little wen bound and, p ged. and are:S04Mmanufacturer's ; >
OLIVKll BRAGG I Children's richly trimmed Fancy Hats. 'oriaq Ulti-
prices in insWone
Gentlemen littler-daughter aged
-My
.
.
all Merchants in the -
General Agen1 f.r the South, Sold by Druggists and ties. '
304 Broadway, N. Y. 7 years had been ailing_ for three_or four United States. my2-y( Ladies JFnrs: PAFENTDOUXLE LEVER"COPTTh'G

D.: l\f(- 11E'J, HLOODGOOIJ & r.OUSE months, and fearing tbat she might be Sable Martin and other Fur Cuffs, Muff-land Victorines, and ilismsPtrnt&ofl -
,'' A.M ItEEr MOlKlSKElF.areapr>o5ntfld troubled with worms, about a week ago I quTSres ;. PRESS. t _
Agents for the SAle of the celebrated Mexican bought at your store a box of BAR- GEORGIA MARBLE WORKS. With this press copies are taken with' >*

A Mustang liniment.in JacksnvillnALo! fornale DOiTE'S SUGAR DROPS, and administered J. G. ltA\ItIS'.WU. M.HUBLICK, GEO. J.. SI'MMEY PlantationWool Hats,by the dozen cheap! Cloth Caps$2O per dozen. Glazed Cap$1 i per dOl ease, and much quicker than with toe' scww

.' by hrirrsiets ,ud Storekeepers ia every village them all to her in one day. Within [Successors to A. Atkinson & Co.] \V. STEEU?, PURVEYOR HAT t'ASIIlON CHARLESTONs. c. Press and others ordinarily in use.liable It 4DO't gd
and. not ;
-In IbeL'nilrd require fastening down u
i- :tal.e. in successful
TIllS Establishment baa been
-.. .-. march 24 twenty four hours after,she passed away operation for a number of years. The quarries o. j. CH. FEE, M. W/STAMAND, THOS.. H.. CROFT., out of order. ;

TWENTYTWO"ORIIIS, some of them ten arc well opened and the marble ia superior to DAMPENED .

:: \'OOhIIfltU'Sj or twelve inches long. We gave any in the United States. CHAFEE ST lAND & CBOT Superseding the'use of the .Brush We ClotB,

her no other medicine. Since then, she We have so pcrf< etcd>>nr facilities for getting and Blotting Paper (soring all the,time an4'
Cherry 1p ctorant. has been a different child entirely. out andfinishing work that we can furnish Monuments No. 79 East Bav, opposite Fitzsimmons' Wharf, hie incident to their use;) with its perfeett0

She had not slept well but usedto Tombs, Tablets, Headstones,and everything m ay always be secured with any ,rea ;;
FOR THE 'CURE OF nights, in our line of basilicas, in better style and CHAlliS3STON S. C. The undersigned ,are the s>le and eZS1dRSAgents
out in her sleep, and I was afraidwe ,_ ahovi> articles
*, cry at cljcnpcrratcs than any yard in ihe count.ry.When for Georgia and Florida for the
"'t Consumption, Decline, Atlhma, Bronciuti; : should not raise her. Now she is en- it is considered that we saw our own Importers and Wholesale Deafers .in Foreign and Domestic Liquors and have made arrangements bf wttieft

b JraanfvreI"r. fft ltt Siceali, Spitting ,tirely well.Having. Marble pay no Jobber's profit and no high Wines Cordials Segars Tobacco, &0. and Manufacturers of they are enabled to dispose of them at.the,maa -
/ ,. of BFonl, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of various other freight from the North it will be seen that wo factorer'a prices. '

B.e'tl;. Co/// Cough Iiijlitensa, worm medicines'previousIY.Dlled in family I can safely do possess material advantage over all competitors. -i Lemon Syruji of; : Quality.. American and EnzlM, Copying,, Wrilt.S>
*
P/tthuic Pain in the Side, my Keep constantly on hand an extennve sujtfy ] Jamaica Lime'J nice, do do do do. Carmine and Red Itks, -
recommend BARDOTTE'S
Dis&wt DROPS as prefer Ws cordially solicit our friends and the public the foltnwinc; artuiet, which they art prewire'il "Sardines, in whole half and quarter b iea. constantly o. hud Alto
Anil all ,
oflier. able to all other remedies for the effectual to examine our work and compare our prices to tell to City and Country Met chants ml their Lobsters, Mackerel Salmon and Clams, in 1 of the best quality the CJt.barrel. -

.. .' Chest and Lung eradication of wormi.y with those of other yards before ordering Northern usual liberal twins J canister Marking,They have ink/,aLso, wuto'largeadd gallon otbeWstock

v This is the remedy n universally used end ,- WILLIAM STANTON, marble. COCVAC BRANDT.-J. J.Dupny, J. J. Russe.East.lndl. Preserved, Ginger, in boxes of 9. of Writing Papers of every dicripUO5'Liberal
,;-; commanded by the Medical Faculty where it has 42 Water Street Utica. We have on hand at our yard In Marietta a ?inet, Castillon & Co., J. lIe ,If. Gojars each. '.. discoants made when. soilsa&xsssassisi Laof cpaatiUel

been introduced. large assortment of finished work-Monuments, dard & Co.. Legor Freres Otard Kupuy 4 Co., French,Cherries. in Brandy; in boxes of.1 doi. Ave reams alld np"arcts.'L
"" Jr contains uo opium or other dangerous in. -- Tombs &o.,.where our agentbMr. G. W. Summers J. & F. 'Martel!, and other.choice bran iin *neh.. Mathematical Instruments.Sum10p-t Cornpasses -

gredicnt, and U sale for liie mo t delicate child! Always ready for uz" will sell at our principal work 1 hatfppee quarter and eighth caeksand. in ,ous Fruits in :Brandy. in boxes-of 1 dozen each
-- It It ejtiuiated tha,.150,1ml)persons die anuual- is done at the mills. Address of 1 dos. each. *, assortedDo -; .
ly lathe United ;;tatci with consumption, And J. G. RANKIN & CO., AMERICA BRANDY-4th proof,'in imitation of do in their own juice, do do., innil They the yariOGl styles aM of ag.p
Ga. '
.j iVofessoT hberly says a vast number of thosecoald .novS Marble Work' P.O.,. ,French,in halt pipes*quarter and eighth cas. Pie Frnlt!,do 1lo:- -> Boob ruled 'to aq pat&e, 1. whicnsel7dthe

", bo saved by the timely use of some prompt Do do let proof, barrels.; Stuart's and Lovering's .Steam Refined Sn- best or stock, A1Io.of Card C"arcQ1ar._ .
.?. reuwd.TWe 'liere that a Medicine possessing HOLLAND GIN-Pine.Apple,,.-Anchor, Cologne jars. :, apd Faney PriDtillg.' L.
.,. Rent jleritt, will effect cures wherever it (*used. Jacksonville,Foundry and Clover Leaf Brands 0- Do Loaf in boxes and half boxes of 16.. loaves .Foreip Q DPorlod a1 Ne" York
fl : 'at home at well M abroad. This f*nn ParegorJe WniSKKT-Irish and Scotch. each. '- JoHN M. COOP"'A CO

pn-pjri-tfMiy clue which if used in season ANDS3CX Do Monongahela, lilt and 2d qua t,. Do Crashed barrels. S&T.ab:Feb.: 1oth- .
will .aveJ-bblnrei of thousands. Many certificate sx o Da a m C8' 'c*y GDOpOiSJarHTHE ,Do, O'Mara. ; Pittsbnrg, Sheaf Rye and Do Ground or Pulverised in barrels. '_ -
eo'ild lie famished but it it preferable that Bourbon: :- '? Do Steam Refined Candy In boxes-of 45Ibs.oach. I -

any Mcdiciiie should sell na its own merits. The b'j subscribers, having made extensive and Do Baltimore Western,Rye ,and New ., In Ua. Circuit Court .r the EadUltfClr''
following I I.only 4 1'or IhooJaodt oftestimoni- -'rY A ,valuable improvements in their establishment >.Orleans rectified. -' t :Almonds, best.Bordeau'and Marseilles. ,, soft cult ol Florida.Patastm.County, rIs1&ia
q i'. slsfrota wdllksown PJJy.uiaru.i : ____ are now prepared to furnish i ,"* RUM-Old Jamaica, St., Croix New'eans and hard shell., comlsAfltJ _' .lIt
'' ,." '- Steam Engines of any required power.' ,from. and New England. -'-. I Castile Soap of superior quality, in boxes of C EU
NEW ORI.XA.. : PEACH BRANDY Old North-Carolina about 25 Ibs.eaeh. s :: agalnit ,, -. .BiRfI7.Pij
\ f April 9. 1352. one to one hundred horse; aifil Vir ; : .tB
Dear S -The public generally, arej t ly Saw Mills; .; ginia. JArrut Soap, Jackson's No.1. ,_ 1 Abl IiijEiusdefendauL ) J..

c.' .wart of the thoasaud of H cmedies for 1 fytftftrdLuogit'under ",, Sugar Mills; t .' -, BLUfDy-N._ Jcr4engj. North Caro ... .CorksVelvotWine' baleeandbsp. ,ofT. nplaiDt 'beiD1 tW ia'CU .
., the title of &rsapnriUuii"l11t. Horse Powers J. lina. h : gross each :" : :- rCOJpJ.LsN01eau. Ul. t appesringto the sntiaf$4dO ot. :

"',; Viamrt LininimU, tsMtbal.'art. Uily brought : ,-r-4 _ Grist Mills and alT other machinery used..in, Perfect Love, Annlsett. Do,common Bottle;bigi7ftyoss. ,' Court-that th'-def41 t"1'tIfdecwidaft& Ut
*"* ,to their B.t 4le throufh the newspaper by way ? \ this country.. Rote. Cinnamon and Peppermint., -"' 'Do, Jog and Tap;. V 'I : S&a&e of F1 T1d,1UI i. the Stats 01O".1D.o.t.iolttof.J. G'
-- .f 4C irertt'm Bt. My object in writing this iron and Brass Castings., ?_ WINu-Madetra; Newton, Gordon,Cossar'. & Do-Velvet Demjohri| "_ ,4 and B groe. Bator..Eaq.
*'" Mt for poUieaUoit,i* to induce the public,or at :' Steam Boat, Saw Mill,and other repairing-at Co.;Leaeock and Jardine, in 4 and {cask Vinegar. White:Wine,in q-aatt' *.' ror'oomp ua f..It t d ,fa" a;".irJD\l
;-. -least tb>*.4 who are afflicted to UM oue that eon- : abort notices _" .. : -', Port, Page's, Key and other choice brands. ,. Do Cider or Applej in barrels.SEOARS .- I the rac"clIarg ID said bill of O mpl ..
*",' ,(. $.sIai artiole ef rfuliutin Pnlmo ,arff Diteamj fo>All Machinery puroh ea-rrom"ui'wm be -'Sherry, pale Daff Gordon&-.Coi:,Benitau and : --A larje,assortment";of Rio << >.--1 am coftsoltmi that in M>doing, 1 ataneting woNt put operation 1n, any' par 'fth. SUtebycompetent' other choice brands. ConsoUcion, Filantropa Washington,.and Other saidlcountiof ranaw.t..'.

.,**,! > profossioually, and derogatory to the interests Leonardos', Yeast Powder. maohlnltt*,'When. desired. aDd' upon' Do do Brown do do. r. ,-., cho ce'bnnds- direct importation. :AUotFlo-, It"day ofNovembe nix!*ndtbM ia+ddats
ftfld reasonable ," :Do TeneriflV Ven olO" London Partionlarand rides Havana Cheroots, iudCabaSiesr".T.oBAfcCd'P.iJ n r antd"
.r Medical *ci.necV JiUnttttnUr.iVactitionfftn : --i" terms. :: ., .. do a pe&t ..uetlleadi
of&l.dioii> .'.I'-tf&r.. to-odinan'a Cherry 'rklspowderIs' admirable substitute Drawing .and --estimates furnished, ,without Cargo do.. _' Rhinson' sekbraUd > 011ey U&.tcl bAtotcompWn, on k 1.
-'>> tip.oraast'whlcfr.a touotlfto remedy that 1 an ": _' : '., .:' -Do Madeira"quarter casks.. Dew,. 11b'\111111', inwhol. and half boxes, ,. of 100 wintkettapboiiaiab the-. ,
Iaa,. ailed with more ineeesi'than. 'any of the I for YXAST, In.making 'Bread and all oharg.I MOONEY St.'GOOKIN'I : Do Malaga, dry and sweet in 4 and j casks.LOJOO Ibs:each.: '* V> deem UI.he del'eDtWa' U4 appeared -,:
-- ) kind* of Batter Cekesand has the advantage ; PORTCK- ass1 DoRoUlhiaDd. : I u t ,1' -
"muai i'rMoriplion used bJ"l I..lelans. : By quarts and pints. &cb"ttDkelotaboqUoaDoBootehand.EIUt.lnd iD CoQdIt k f'rther ordered th4the
<* &"' -J.'M* MA1TLLN1),3LD.. bveOTeut, hxjnaklng the batter Founderiand. :Machinist Ale.qu&rt.ep.tnts. Ibs, each. -, "f' ..... . ebeva. 6t.e"pu'b1iahecl.10 (='
.: :, :, perfectly light and ready'for'.baking the JacksonviHe,March 1, 1853. 'lo.bf' CflAMtAGCitZR43oXeI,one dozen each.. 1Do Word'sPremlnmlobaoco n:8.%.and newlpaper iD 'hi- StAte;fOr' .
*.<*** MUhr W. W.Ueolni'his Mayer; A. A. U' *' }'. '. ; 'Do do.Casks, three and six dOleD each lib;' '. .V. fothi 1'ap "IVI--.
41 >,. golmaei Co..J. li. Moor* & Co.Tf..Turt iniUuit it 'mixed.; Buckwheat and' t; Jjil :'ocfinii ui& -XW4NB JJmua-BoxeI"one. dOleD each,and on :-Do El Dorado,6 boxes 40 to 43 lbs eO1 ;- mODtu : '

;1IFts.,.C., Ju. II. Carter ,1, foford.'Apothe-I I4.irl4I1sU "other Cakes,,.when':made.witWthle;Powder -''* ,, _dralllbt ,-.. Yo .' .l1" d -3 Audsvartetyototherbrsndata,4'a'iIiiic1"-" 1, .ingn: ; # .1-1J"\'.aR "
In Straunab, and' all, ikgzLttass.i <,are.lesijjkely;,to: ta8gr'wit.b.th.: B.ETURV th.lrtaaoWUtae'anhaHtants ol t --Cordial, UlorteeiL do do; 'd."i-. .lIb plug -- -, -J '.. It ; tr *** ,Judge? ort.be CIreiut.POu54M!
.1 ;' atomach :tbaq;'tho 4 mode with--Yeast Jacksonville,and'Iotntr) for their liberal vqi rct \rlne--; dq"d\ 'SmokingTobaeeo.'ia"boxeof. 5. ,aad8.doi,, 4A2l f- '8." Ii
patronage bestowed upon them since they commenced !.Madeira K "'do d o'a! ; 4 and 8 *.-p&pei.. i"- K >*Hrv-"<"* C .
.itT. i1 : 'I.1r;UT nRAOO, GoD.rale lf. 'and at it require*.but:a' few minutes t'. J4' & 18, ,&. ;HtI o1II
buiTneisj and bop by strict aitenuoa toploMfl I 1'4'ott- ;dodo: WineBottlasFrenchiud.GwnanPeiitlnEb.rry
." 111
f' 4 au '1roa4" YurkcbVh7 1tr
-w : .W n
,"61\ :' ,, :prepare' for baking,'the feasibility of$!er: to merit aeon tlnuanos of the lame .-, -.. -. W a.. .. hsmpenen.gsieh.c' i....,. ii StanUMtG1fliMIWI1eWA13MM. i\JIa&-
'I-r':": '. : :. : having,them ofa it eatirely, >Toided., -* ,f "They have constantly haiy 'fultissortihealofDrr I I ,Champagne,i4beaketione doseteu1! \ --Flaska-QuerU, pint, and balf pint*. t Ift' ., .
\1 T ', ; ': Goods U.ead11olade{ tbtng Hats and I a.ndi DlF1agrue&c1H10kOVl (DemUo1in'e-12Z"fu41 gaflooai o all. sa iIi&. i
# y ; :JOB IflINTId! Wo* I&iiTY' -' '* f' Cap.-Boot and'Shoes/Statflnery.Hardware;I .sndtherbrudan'4': ',Candle* Sperm,"Peart*a 4'Adamantlni.fTU _! ; lad A.J '

F .' ;-'OJJPJU: TJNd of ner,4iaorlpt1oD neatly It v ,. ULOODGOOD-&-,BOUSE. CrockeryiGrofl. .,Provisions.Drngi and Medtcn .ne-atioYe"eompr ImOOf thi fwlD. .kP1ckle auces.JI :r .i.T' '*f,._ !ls.4', ot,.p.4 -
j "A sri.uti4 .t.tht *fflce,' aod on the Iud ; ..jtlJ.ar.; ,, 'Jaeki9nfiIJet .,eegari'Wtna.,&-.whlo'- they art; cUIc Imported.'' t.f.J'lm1 't J.' : -Hyon.fflpeS l a4Blackif ? 4r ". :tt.ir -
'uaon&bI trms. W. Ifititf our Wffod* to girt( [at Uat veryow.st easpsiei. 11' d4V4O( Sr--bbaltpp.suerter. J-JrA.-J. 1 1't. r" ,'(c-f,
4 articles
the above
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bomb h.a
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