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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: June 15, 1854
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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VOLUME VI. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 15, 1854. NUMBER 41 I



THE FIRE IN JACKSONVILLE. 1 insured for little ''What! in old .
-
our own a more Virginny? services, and the integrity and ability -
than ment were offcrfcd to him gratis from entering it; and because the part
half its value. We lost all the 'The same. with which he
himselfin
On April 5th at 1 o'clock m. the acquitted the dockyard but he. left
to thus indicated
p.? was r is one of the two
printing paper, and a large quantityof 'How on earth did you get Here? his public trusts; are widely his -
alarm of fire was given in this town, own,'resou :es to defray the expenses I courses pointed out to husbandin
letter which had hand for 'I landed my
Green
at River
we on from a known. His dauntless too of
and in four hours'afterwards all the courage, employing workmen
tohelp the Admiralty's instructions for
Our forms have broad hdrn?
business portion of the town in jobbing. "setup" has been proved on various trying; him. by this time
was 'ing him to follow, and also because ,it
into molten 'And where
run a mass. are companions? occasions. But it is his inti-
ruins. The fire originated in S. N.Williams's your among awakened to proper sense of the had been pronounced after
a
,
Our edition of the of 'I have !
Republican none mates that his loss will be
mischief hid
more especially he done
hay shed, on the wharf, ; and a tolera- thorough examination of the other
that week off'the but few 'Where '
,was press, are going? lamented those I
you who
communicated is ; among bly strong nviction of the disa-
as supposed that he could
by a course; not have
copies of which however bad been where.: pas'sod
'Any delighted in his simple unaffected
spark from the Charleston steamer greeable position in which he was that way. 3. Because :within
"Florida. Itextended withastonishing taken from the office or mailed. 'What have' you come for?' goodness, his genial humor, his devotion -. placed with jhc Admiralty, he ad- this unexamined region the resources '

rapidity in every direction, The remainder were consumed. 'To hunt.' and unwavering friendship, 'dressed himself vigorously to the for supporting life are probably 1
!spreading first along the block of 'Well, cried the other, laughing, in the kind and generous qualitiesof task of repairing his fault. trong abundant-and. Because my husband '
From the National Intelligencer. 'you'll make a real hunter, there's no his heart, and the manly indepen- beams anted about -
the
stores on the south side of Bay street were l Log- and his officers steadily'con ,:. ;',
between Newnan and Ocean streets; GOV. WM./P. DUVAL. mistaking that. But come go home dence of his spirit. To such it will gan stone,chqins' were passed aroundit templated, and from the first provi '
with me ; my name is Bill Smithers; be a satisfaction to learn that and r-
pulleys
thence communicating with the rigged, capstanswere ded for, a detention extending over
Tho late William P.Duval,whose I live not far off stay with me a lit- throughout his illnesss
; '
was manned After week's
square opposite on the North, whichwas exempt a hard an indefinite period, should difficulties ,
I'll
all consumed; thence with the death took place at Washington. tle while' and teach you how to from suffering, and although nearly work and brave perseverance on the occur to prevent their return at

store of A. M. Reed and the Bank the 19th March, was a type of the hunt. helpless, he was cheerful to the last; part of every one employed in the the[ time expected." It is expected

agency adjoining on the west side genuine American character-apt, This was his first introduction in- and as he closed his eyes in deatha labor, the rock was pulled back in that: Capt. Inglefield. be readyto

of Ocean street, which were both self-relying and fertile in natural to hunting life. He soon became smile played upon his venerableand its former position, but not into its depart with.that Phoenix about .

destroyed; thence with the square resources. He was born in Virginia, expert in 'wood-craft and was a beloved countenance, seeming former perfection of balance; it has the 18th of this month. .
east of Newnan street and frontingon of one of its old families. Some great favorite among the hardy hun- to reflect good will to the world he never moved since as freely as it
early pranks, of a whimsical but innocent ters of Kentucky. He remained SHEEP llU-mANDRV" IN TENNESSEE" -LEGISLATIVE -
and
of
Bay, which contained the large was leaving, hopes a happierstate moved before. I.O.ORS TO M B coc.'KkILL.
and handsome block known as kind, gained him the character among them until, from the influx of in that to which he was going. "It is only fair'to the lieutenant, The Nashville correspondent of

Byrne's building; nearly the whole of an 'unlucky boy,' prone to all population, game became scarce ; In concluding this hasty sketchwe to add to the narrative of his mis- the Memphis Eagle, writes as follows -

square being consumed; at the same kinds of mischief. The harsh treat- and until, probably, he had satisfiedthe cannot but repeat the words chievous frolic, the fact that he, under date of Feb. 16:

time with the buildings on Bay ment he experienced in consequence hunting humour. He now be- with which 'it commenced, he was a though a poor man, defrayed all the A resolution was introduced a few
street cast of the point at which the stung him to the quick. He con- ganto think he was fit for something type of the genuine American 'char- heavy expenses of replacing the days since in the House to present

fire originated, and of Newnan sidered himself misunderstood and better than to carry a gun on his acter. rock. Just before his death he paid Mark R. Cockrill with a gold medal,
undervalued. 'I'll from home shoulder Not*. !Some' of the tae'in the above article 7
after -
street, which was at once swept go day day, dodging published several yran,finer,tn rkHch entitled were-Kxp : the last remaining debt, and paid it as a mark of approbation for his P
Ii said he, 'and shift for myself. There about after bears deer and other .r'eMr.e' of lialplt Kluitwnnd,"but which give incident with interest. exertions behalf of the agricultural -
away.This the of was at that time in Virginia a rage beasts. He called to his mind ]its ,own im the lipi.early lile of Governir Ittivtl, taken from LU interests of the ;tate. Several

and the was area principally which has been course devas- for emigration to Kentucky. He boyish boast never! to return home Bayard Taylor relates the:,f| ow- interesting speeches were made on

tated by tho devouring element.- had heard wonders of that country, until he returned a member of Con- ROCKING STONES. ing amusing incident in his gwifex-. the occasion, both: for and againstthe
and of the glorious:,independent life gress from Kentucky. Was this the perience in Arabia : proposition. Amendments of
The wind
at
the time and was caused blowing the strongly of of the hunters who ranged its for- way to fit himself for such a station? The most remarkable rock of this "While in Arabia, I had a very various kinds were proposed, more
course ests and lived by the rifle. He de- He determined kind, called Logging or Loggan
on becoming a remarkable experience. There is a for the purpose of defeating the resolution
the fire at first to be to the west '
termined to there and that It is true he knew almost stone, is near the .Laud's End, in in I
ward which several dwell- go adopt lawyer. drug the east whose effect is like than anything else; but in
ings at,by tho extreme west private end of the mode of life. His father consideredit nothing, having left school before he Cornwall, situated on a peninsula of that of opium ; it is prepared from the face of all opposition it passedby
town and several the passing caprice of a boy,being had learnt beyond the rule of three. granite. The stone is poised on a the Indian hemp. It is much used a triumphant majority-49 to 22.
Holmes's, Fairbanks'stores:Mills, lloody's and, little aware of his wounded spirit, Never: mind, he to himself, pyramid of rock, very near the edgeof by the Saracen warriors when aboutto This action should meet the appro-- r

the Hotel, of Messrs. ar.d of the dogged resolution of his 'I'm a terrible fellow for hanging on the precipice, down which it seemsto enter a battle as stimulous. It bation of every man in the country

set fire new but extinguished before Day, were character. Finding, however, that to anything when I've once made up threaten every instant, to fall. produces on the imagination a double interested agriculture, and should
any he was not to be moved either by my mind ; and if a man has but or- Avery small force, or even a strong consciousness ; one part of the mind jive an impetus to this branch of i in r
material
damage was t!sustained. persuasion or remonstrance he and will wind, will put this stone, though while the other medal Mr. Cock.
Still, the intense heat from the first gave dinary capacity, set to seems to study, part dustry. But a to
that way to his humor, trusting that a work"with heart and soul, and stickto computed to weigh upwards of looks on. From motives of curiosity rill was peculiarly appropriate.The .
block that of itself
was the so great little rough experience would soon' it, he can do almost anything.We eighty tons, into a state of vibration, I was persuaded to try the effects principal field of his exertion,
i the I
ignited on opposite
and squares the bring him home again. He even forbear to go into the detailof which continues for some minutes. I of it on my own system. 1 was .in was laid out by himself and as an .
sIde on east and the immense
-
The
amount of goods thrown from gave him a well-filled purse to assist his preparations for the bar, and common report is, that, after Damascus at the time. Soon after experimenter, he has proved emi.
him on his wayfaring expedition.The his first launch into the profession.The the occurrence we .are about to relate taking the drug the effect began to nently successful.
the stores along the whole of
formed from the Bay hunter in embryo asked for a : same spirit that had broughthim it has never vibrated so wellas appear. I saw the furniture of the Grain, cotton and tobacco were r
street
same cause
horse and servant.'A on foot from Kentucky and formerly The narrative is ex- room, talked with the company, and the staple productions of the tate,
immense of
an conflagration spirits
oil tc. horse why you would not goa made a huntsman of him, carried tracted from a lively book" called yet Fsecmed to be near the pyramidof and all seemed satisfied with the
paints
,
this fire mile without racing him and break- him on in his uew career. He was "Rambles beyond Railways. Cheops, whose blocks of stone appeared generous returns made by these pro- ;,.. >t
By
seventy buildings :are .
Of these ing your neck, and as to a servant, admitted to the bar just as he was "In the year 1824, a certain lieu- to me like huge squares of ducts. Mr. Cockrill believed thata t; 4.l.

three entirely were destroyed.stores and others, twenty-of you cannot take care of yourself, crossing the threshold of manhood. tenant in the royal navy, then in Virginia tobacco. The scene chan- still wider field of enterprise mightbe
the shops, much less of him.; The county town where the court command of a cutter stationed off ged, and I was on the desert in a opened in the s tate, by the culture -
viz
following persons, :- 'How am I to to travel__ u there ?' was sitting, was thronged with the southern coast of Cornwall, was boat made of mother of pearl. of wool, and "solitary and alonaho
F. Waver & Co., provision; C. D. 'Why, I suppose you are man country people. He was a stranger told of an ancient Cornish prophecy, The sand seemed grains of lustrous eat the ball in motion' The result
Oak, and Wm. Grot e,jewellers; S. enough to travel on foot.: there ; an accident made him at that no human power should ever gold, through which my boat has proved that he was right;

N. Williams, grocer ; D. McCuen, He spoke jestingly, little thinkingthe home; as he entered the public room succeed in overturning the Loggan ran as easily as on the waves of the and Tennessee,through his exertions,
grocer; J. P. Sanderson, dry goods lad would take him at his word; of the inn, where there was some stone. No sooner was the predic- sea; the air seemed filled with har- has been brought into competitionwith

and provision; Bloodgood & Bowse, but the latter was thoroughly piqued' noise and drinking, he saw a rough tion communicated to him than he monies of the sweetest music; the all other countries, as a growerof

do.; L. M. Folsom, furniture room; in respect to the enterprise, so he bully of a fellow, who was partly conceived a morbid and mischievous atmosphere was filled with light, this article, and at a "World's .

H. Timanus, grocery and provision; pocketed the pursemade up his pack intoxicated, strike an old man. Du- ambition to falsify practically an as- with odors, and music. Before me Fair" in each hemisphere, has been
T. Hartridge, dp. ; J. :Mode, dry and girded up his loins for the Jour- val knocked him down and kicked sertion which the commonest com- seemed to be a constant series of arcades successful in bearing off the prize.

goods; James Hanham, ; Mr. ney. him into the street. In a momenthe mon-sense might have informed him of rainbows, through which, :pain, J-'axony, and other European
Hernandez; tobacconist; C.Def aal, When will you come back?' asked had a dozen rough shakes of the had sprung from nothing but popu- for fifteen years, I seemed to glide. localities, which have heretofore '

auctioneer ; L. Capella, fruit store; his sister, as she hung around his hand, and invitations to drink, and lar error and popular superstitions. -The finer senses were developed, been admitted as the only growersof
J. Santo, do.; A. M. Reed,dry goods neck,weeping.-'Never, by Heavens! found himself quite a personage in Accompanied by a body of pickedmen and all gratification was a single the finest descriptions of wool, '
and provisions; !I. Keil, do.; A. B. till I come back a member of Con- the rough assembly. from his crew, he ascended to harmonious sensation. Hence, we have been rivalled and surpassed bya -

Hussey, grocer ; Mr. Moore, fruit gress from Kentucky. I am deter- The next morning the court opened.He the Loggan: stone, ordered several can easily conceive the origin of the singel wool-grower of Tennessee.
store; J. L. Hogarth, tinner; Am- mined to show that I am not the tail took his seat among the lawyersas levers to bs placed under it at one Arabian Nights. My\ companion, a This should be an encouragement! to

bler & Hoeg, dry goods and provis- end of the family. a mere spectator. A man was to point, gave the word to 'heave,' and huge Kentuckian, tried the drug all who have the means to embarkto
ions; J. L. Ripley, clothing; J. C. Such was the launch forth in life be tried for passing counterfeit mo the next moment had the miserable with an amusing effect. After look- some extent in this enterprise. .

Brown, fruit store; L. B. Amerman, 0f a youth but a little way in his ney. He had no lawyer, and was satisfaction: of seeing one of the most ing at me for a while, he started up Cotton does not command a more .- r
dry goods; T. McMillan: druggist; teens.< His pedestrian journey had told to choose one. He looked remarkable natural curiosities in the with the exclamation, 'I'm a locomotive certain sale, and in the face of a
T. G. Myers, grocer; A. C. Acosta, its hardships. lIe was at one time around the court and selected Duval. world utterly destroyed, for aughthe ,' and began to cut off his words largely increased supply, prices i

fruit store; J. B. Howell, grocer; in danger of being stopped as a run- The latter was astonished at being could foresee to the contrary under like the puff of an engine, and to have been constantly advancing,-until

Joseph Hernandez, tailor; C. De- away apprentice; after which he chosen; he, a beardless youngster, his own directions 1 work like the moving of the wheels. the returns are now, pel'hapgmore
Waal, Bakery; Geo. Flagg, Jewel avoided houses as much as possible, unpractised at the bar, perfectly un- "But fortune befriended the Log- At last he seized the water jug for a remunerative than any other :
ler; R. H. Darby, Tailor;; C. Poet- lighting a fire at night in some known. His defence of his client gan stone. One edge of it rolled drink, but set it down with a yell article requiring an equal amount of r

ting, Boot and Shoe Maker; Mr. wood or ravine, and sleeping beforeit was a perfect hit ; and the kickingthe over, and became fixed by a lucky saying, 'how can I take water into capital.Mr. .

Matthews, fruit store; Mr. Smith, __ _in_ hunter's____n. st.vlfi._ ." '_ bully_ out___ of__ doors__ ___ _set_, him_,_ UD'_.- in_ chance in a,crevice.in the rocks !immediately !- my boiler when I am letting off Cockrill has not only gained% .
sadler; M. Coopman, baker. At length he j arrived at Browns- business.n" Suits Crowded in upon below the granite slab steam ?" character, but fortune, by his dev '

Several of the rooms in the buildings ville, leg-weary, way-worn, and in him, and he soon became eminent in I from which it had been started. tion to this subject. A visit to .his It J,
consumed were occupied as law shabby plight, having "camped out" his profession, especially in the Had this not happened, it must have THE SEARCH FOR JOHN FRA KLIY. plantation, situated six miles from ... t h i

and other offices, and their contents for several nights. The landlord of branch of criminal law. fallen over a sheer precipice, and -It appears that the Admiralty the city, would delight the eye of the

either lost or injured. the inn was unwilling to receive a In 1812 he signalized himself in been lost into the sea. By another without sanctioning any new expedition agriculturist. It contains thousandsof .

The dwelling houses of P.Fraser, vagrant boy beneath his roof; he another capacity, commanding a accident, equally fortunate, two to search for fir John Franklin acres divided into fields,pastures, fe4 I4 I

C. M. Cooper, C. Willey, J. Han- was about to turn him off when his company of Kentucky mounted vol- laboring men, at work in the neigh have determined that such or- groves, &c. all in the most perfect .. t
ham, C. Poetting, Dr. Mitchell, E. : wife interfered. unteers, and protecting the frontier boring place, were led by curiosity ders shall be issued to sir E. Belcher order. His sheep flock amounts to ; .i

Ellis T. G. Myers, J. Harvey, C. 'Where can you be going my lad?' settlements in the valley of the Wa- secretly to follow the lieutenant and as will empower him to continue nearly 3,000, ranging-in price ham: ,_' a
De Waal, and J. Vinzant, were also paid she. bash from the murderous inroads of his myrmidoms up to the stone. I I the search for the missing expe- informed, from t50 the pair, to an : (
destroyed.The 'To Kentucky.' the savages. Whilst abroad from Having witnessed from a secure dition for another year. Thus we amount largely above that;but his attention -" *

bar-rooms and billiard roomson 'What are you going there for !l' home on this service he was elected hiding place, all that occured, the hope that the open water to the is not entirely devoted to the 4A

Bay and Newnan streets, being 'To hunt. I by his neighbors to represent them two workmen with great' propriety northwest of Wellington Channel culture of wool. In his various pastures

completely in range of the fire,were She looked earnestly at him for a I in Congress. Here was the realiza- immediately hastened off to inform will le examined/which, it will be may be seen fine blooded cattle, i

swept away. moment or two. 'Have you a mother tion of his boyish boast; he mightnow the lord of the manor of tho wanton remembered: was left unexplored by horses, and stock of almost every description -
The two and only Printing-offices living?' said she at length. return with honest pride to his act of destruction that they had Mr E. Belcher at the date of his ;which require no'more,'attention -

of the place-the REPUBLICAN and 'No Madam; she has been dead paternal home. He had proved that seen perpetrated."The despatches last year. The names of than, those ordinarily raised, :
the NEWS, were consumed, the latter for some time.: he was not the 'tail-end' of the fami- news was soon communicated the officers and crews of the Erebus but which bring prices: much higher.. a

entirely, and but enough of the Re- 'I thought so,' said she, warmly ; ly.As throughout the district, and and Terror, contrary to the notice WELT' TH:SPANIARDS'nitre or Cows AJRHXITIOX. ..;"':..
publican material was gleaned from 'I knew if you had a mother living a member of Congress he acquitted thence through all Cornwall.Th given by the Admiralty are still retained .-A letter from Madrid says: '. <". F
the harvest of the terrible Reaperto you would not be here.' From that himself with ability and I: indignation of the whole countrywas m the Navy List," and will "The more sensible men in this country; admit '. .'{;-. ..'
the treated credit but after time retired voluntarily aroused. Antiquaries who.believed remain there until the return of the that Cuba must, sooner or later but into the po- '. .
enable us barely to furnish a moment good woman ; a session of the United States; they admit 11'
brief and early account of tho fire. him during his sojourn with a wo from political life, and resumed the Loggan stone to have been searching ships. This change may w.th: .a feeling of infinite: bitterness, and with 'IIor -

.The steamer "Florida" was ly- man's kindness. his profession.. He was now balanced by the Druids ; philoSo- be, in some measure, due to Lady shall stubborn occur: resolution as late as that poss.ble the ,change and the of prize'owners be .
ing at her wharf at the time of the Embarking at Wheeling on a flat appointed judge in the courts of" phers who held that it was produced Franklin, who has Addressed a, ong dearly bought by the conqueror" > '

fire, and drew.off into the stream as bottomed boat, called aVbroadhorn,' Florida, and subsequently Governorof by an eccentricity of natural forma- and eloquent'protest to the' Admiralty '. the In Madrid case:of war correspondent between Spaia of the and London this country Tim_,

it progressed i.i.the "Seminole" from he floated down the Ohio::past the that Territory. Here ho was (ex- tion ; ignorant': people, 'who :carednothing ag'ainst the removal' of her husband's fays:-"America: would not escape. undamaged in
| '
Savannah, bringing the mail, (the Cincinnati,then n mere group of log officio) Superintendent of Indian affairs about Druids or the natural name, from,"the.AdmiraltJ'sbooksuntil him terminates a The contest ocean with would; this be quickly comparatively covered feeble by privateers country.

Gaston being taken off the line,) had cabins, and the site of Louisville, which he administered with formations, but who' liked to.climb all search. for' -under suffer colors, and American eommerce.. ... -
"
passed up the river. Every exertion where then stood a solitary house, great judgment and humanity.. He up and, rock the stone whenever .' .would' greutly.. i t ilj
was made by the citizens, firemen untill after a voyage of several days, appreciated the daring ana hero.fc they passed! near it; tribes of guides 'With nnextinguished: :hope she The thirty-second! annual Convention of {ha' ,",

and even the ladies, who were he landed near the mouth of .Green characteristics of some of the Florida who lived by showing it; innkeepersin still declares'that it appears Franklinand to herreasonable Protestant Georgia,met Episcopal in Stephen's Church,,Church in the,in Diocese UiUedge of* '.\

found here and there lending assistance 1-- River, and struck. for the interior,of chieftains, gained; their':confidence ;, the neighborhood, to 'whom! it ,that}sir john yule, on Thursday,the.4th.ultimo,,and held "its .
the fire-the He had relations ',in and exercised a surprising influence brought customers by ;hundreds ; _his companions should not be sittings: for three days. *
to arrest .negrosalso Kentucky. i dead but and .The Recorder,of the 9th; say that reports wera;; '
laboring faithfully to do their Lexington and other settled places, over their tribes. He resigned tourists,of every degree, who; were; considered living made from the parishes represented in the Convention
office of his their' to ace it- all joined bases her, conviction to the latter and Bishop ELLIOTT read an address in which 0
this accord
of
utmost. But the fire became un- but he resolved to. keep clear, own on way '" : he 'a view of his official acts during the past
rave
the intense heat. after filling it for twelve years. one general clamor: ;K f execrationagainst effect on these grounds : 1t Becausono under bl.Resointioei .'
managable, and as them all, being, resolute -bent on r year, and the condition of the Church ; I.
the overthrower of_this. _rocK. evidence has been discovered: oi .t ) .
extended itself confusion and ex making his'owu way.in.. the world .Most of his children having set; : care. .
,
b'the Convention, :
forwarded befallen presented x
were
.
theaffair having' j
haustion rendered human exertion without assistance ,or control.. So tied in.Texas,he was persuadedfive; A full report of 1'88., any..cataStrophe' relating to the adequate support ministers, mfeeble t,, ;:-. '
less efficient._ JL portion of the fir.ap'pa.ra.tus he made for the,,wildest part,of the orSlx years since, to remove to that ''to the'Admi: ltv ;;and the h m.,2. Because the quarter of the parishes and at missionary-stations-ana k sad the" niY.l, i
made for establishing :
it is most probable was
1Ylo.the; Sea where provision
acted Arctic ;
unfortunately fell into a country, camping out at night,. and State\ Business_.recently brought Admiralty i ;v.i o .rties would be support.of widows_ and. orphans of. _deceased. clog}' a I
situation which brought it contact supping- a wild turkey :which he him Washington. where h., was. public advantage, and "mercifullyspared that.the. missing .. .mehblolerriee.were be1d'and iatnotia preeebed'.N ': l r
'
with the flames, and it was lost had shot. In the'midst of the .wilderness !attacked .by paralysis, which nltijnately the pnblia;peaca: .' .' found: ,living 'or their fate'' ascertaineoV twice each! day and:it U bopet that tM Dnias r ,-:i: s- ,:' ,4-

Upon the amountof. property lost, he was: accosted by a man,in ::was!' the. cause...of his?death,, The lieutenant was officially;:informed has never, yet, as far.:: as wi, blessing wiD fuuon febe a inutratioos. '<", "" '.'' .. .-',.. 4W .,. ," 4E J Je '
1miS5iou'wu.tndangeru been. = E. Belcher convention adjournednext W'augga. ;", '
it is estimated that one-half. _is Id'aired a hunting dress.. ; ?_ ..* when about seventy'years of age.: 'that'his know.,: explored sir The :" .. .
year
some in New York and New !Where are iou from?' said the_ Few men, who nave led such &. : el8'hes! t up the I ggan when last heard of, having ad to the latest- datez,the decrease lie to "i
England offices, and some in figure latter. .. varied life have left behind BO pure stone again,in its proper place. The vanced only to the verge of the open of r TJTp cotton at.all the Southern. ports,' to tJbales. aooo
gia The two printing offices were 'From Richmond,' and spotless '.a name. His public materials for compassing thisi achieve sea to the northwest, but without 1I.'i i it

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11 THBTLOEIDA C Tct.And i regard t ou legal aTeng C(now engaged in the g blnc) GCAKO am GrLPf1ZUICOA: >pp'l mile of the Road, between ths. He place and also the w TM Fntst Baicx.-A new brick office ea-UK,
bank of the was
but artist magistrate was in circulation the Ogsecheo site of Mr. P. Fraser'.
in having Daguerrean ; former
we were i
dwelling baa
alal D Fe .ohn Pc asp rized to contract fir the grading from the been
REPUBLICAN : the the time of the'/ire, consequently. the L. Capl since lug that a ha been discovered to the west bank of the Altamaha river. O. completed for his us*, and i ia the nrst brick building .

pp U not very important, in.that ,. Mr. C np a handsome new frame r te Gulf coast Florida..; )V are,, not in This looks as if the Company bad gone earnestly which baa arisen on the ruins of the late fire.

I For such reasons. we-thought : & rept: dwelng'onthe,site of hi* former building, which foe at-bfpi1 this! island Is situated; but to work. Indeed we understand it was determin.ed
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JACKSONVILLE: ; the Board Saturday'to push forward the
by on
firea I months information in reference to MARINE NEWEPQRTOrJACKSONVJUgl
inconvenience Mr. his the couple r'te
Royal by accepting me"othe
l"f. w num .. b the work as far as the AJwmah* distance ot< )
And freely tendered offer. Our thanksare guano in .other parts of the GulfoMexico, whichis some fifty miles-as rapidly as a due regard to def
} Thursday June 15 1854. neverthelessdueandagnin : fire.DISEASE .-.p of rability and efficiency will admit of. Their objecis .JrrlMl 6ifIN CII' 10" evr.-Aprit I\t;:;;
8incll.tnder I itt Everglade. White Y Mary
; Et'Ubeth
OUR TOWN. The British Consul at Vera Cnw made a to reach Florida and Southwestern Georgia as Pott
Tan Naws.-An announcement I I h and to furnish that fertile New Bedford; llth-sen* Wm Hill, Sergeant t&s l
t p obituary and several other notices which h i soon as possible and
app Clarendon in which ton Amanda .
the "Ancient City" that the "News, I Without getting up issues of veracity as t what communication to the Earl teeming aectionof the two State!*. those facilities oi( N ; Clifford Uoore do; Ccmccv Lord.
edtoinsertinthisweek'spaperwereCQmpelled has been Mr. our cotemporaries and their correspondent he states that it b 'recently come t h knowledgethat travel and transportation which are enjoyed by Y; brigs Token Arty, Charleston: ;: Condor Hiiv!
defer till next th pl rcinqube by F.l .eiti n' on other portions of the country, and which it ha dy,Y Y; Celt, Pctligrcw, d", Alceno. Shaw. Nw ,
wek has
t h passed it d of say as t the existing state of het of this guano b discr sever Island been so long without Bedford; 12th- cb.JCI.oIloIalIl"! Smith Snan-
putting type most of the arice of the K. COLE, of this place. Mr. AD AIIS retires with the town-but allowing that many who nave tmpr- in the Gulf of Mexico; parclarlyon: those k w nah; Village Oem Case, Chit!.stan; bngfroxillo
i f
sla we have dispensed with the u of respect of his readers and the public, and the kind Thy visited here nave founded their a the Triangles,,not very distant from the coast of TIIII'GILJ'RAILaoAD.-We learn that the workon N Mulligan Y ,Aspmwalt l; soh J W Faro Filkcnbnrr
numbr. Rod .
and them less : brethren of the We heartily upon rumors and reports current in our Yucatan. He states that Iwo American vessels the Savannah and Gulf (; bg Borneo Charleston; 18th-tcb
bold face' type for badig placed regards of his press.- sttment Railroad has been commenced F ) erwin, Thomas, N Y. A Jleafm, Pagsn.
conspicuously, i te by Cr each ace The wish that his brief connection with the latter, in own streets-we take the occasion announcing on were loading there very lately, and one of temWt'upw a short distance; from the city of Savannah b?Australia Willie NtibLboro: I Sib-neb* Robert doc

'A type with which we deign t set captions, and its business .and practical details'bid been less the spot by this first opportunity since the fire,that ds'of2 tons guano.on board stranded under tin supervision of Mr. Stephen Collins. J Mercer r.obin'onllonllr.tt"ra II M.tehelL, E- I

r' which w shall hereafter use, was not received i attended with care and labor than our own experience ther no real foundation for< the terms of sever i strm the cluster islands cUe About 100 hands have arrived, and the force will !. b ton?John, Boston Guttt'nburg; D C Brook.,-lIoort'.l"h'U'lcston, H JUmmond N Y; 0tb.-.. 1
than that of Mr. of the which; have the public Arenas near, Triangles, and so the matter was ; scbsAR
statements
time far this issue. rather more lengthened be
; i be materially increased at an early day. It is the McKenzie, Driskn Boston Velocity Knowles War-
t.ar A., leads us t fear it has been. prints. A private letter t app weeks ago brought .t light.But learns- that the Mexican intention of the Company to press forward the en- run. R I: C A Griner Mart N Y; S1-t- chx Ln--
t 3j de some later details of insurance and Mr. CoLa is a gentleman of high moral worth, from" mentions that a Baltimore paper Government granted for ten years a monopoly terprise as rapidly: : cull, Ltifkin, Castine, Sle; U\rtPirdTeagat X Y
cc by the fire, which we a now only enabled possessing intelligence and considerable experience states 8shingD. from small pox had occurred i of all guano t b found either on the Atlantic or understand his been as practicable.*The contractwe bg CI.ira Ellen, Bfanchanl, do; 22d-ech Ann Eliza!
first the Pacific side of Mexico: association at the taken upon terms alike beth Stone do 23d-schs CIo: Kempton.. Charleston
: t republish on our page as a writer. The News will still d"ok't the Jasnvie Qther statements to the same purport t an head favorable to tho ; Rio. &ffin, N Y 24th-P C
gve b ;
Company, and the contractors.The Ferguson Ham
which'we and which of which: is Mr. O. Forms of Mexico
i aunt i prprd interests of our State .and, politically y, keep the- hve appeared in prnt The latest i,from our co- a. Joseph ; the Engineer; is Charleston. ; Roan, Wilson.Warren, R I. Mavlu
corps thoroughly and
we were only able partially t ulat among our anti-whig track. Off the track- we hope ,our of the IkrU.which paper of the only islands excepted from this grant arc the three organized, -brig Crawford Small N Y; acts EII Jane,
lo readers, at the time of the occurrence of the ; tmprar Tamp of a letter received from islands known under the name of tho Marias, in actively engaged in the performance of iU duties. Snowman dO Julia .\nn. Pierce, (1'1 bg SWIan
will have
neighbor a upon ..
voyage. ult Small Small
prosperous : -
Cuba cts
on account of the almost entjts destruction of ... here states that the disease; was .fearfully on the the Pacific. This information is from the London An intense interest has been excited in the country Boston Caroline Grant(1cm lIeiry lted5arit Alfred, Shout

materials. Another reason fur placing in our DETAIL OF INSURANCE .AND LOSSES. increase"a the time of the writing. Of the disease Tie and particularly in Kentucky, growing out of Davis. X I; l'ao"Vooster! ;1I1rnn; N Cc.ngt"ell Jones, .

cluml the first account of the conflagration, at The following named parties; insured in the pronounced small pox, we will be borne out by the It will be scan by the resolutions: which we the result of a trial ofa ![r. Matt F. Ward and h'is Youn N I: bg W II Parks. Webber. Bermuda;
this is that it h 'in \cr the copy Friendshp: White. Y fledf'tel} ;.1uls Edward
seeming period, r that
lat i mainc amount respectively stated in the Southern Mutual reports 6f the physicians here in saying below that a renewed movement is undertaken in brother, on on indictment for the murder of a.Mr. Kin..Ie\YI.; Opptanun!. K r: 1tlj.Reeve stot1

type ever since, and is so much \ making Insurance Company of Georgia; T. 0. Holmes, whole number of deaths has not exceeded: up t this Savannah'towards the construction of a railroad to Butler a school teacher in Louisville. A severance 'J 1ra..1Icar. Gr.thin, dlt'DIOrtj Eatre! Detnerest;

up the complement of 'mattr required for our date 15 in number out of our whole population., Of connect that city with Middle Florid Promises' of the parties arraigned was expected and Mitt S Y; \\'m l'c'erinr: Lund dO Tennessee, Caner
issue. For this have to 're-set agent exceed I do; 6th-Wm (Carrot! Hutehlns.: Hasten *
not !
of deaths
new we every i scarlet fever the number ; Acvon
The reference is only to property within the das and efforts towards this! object were some time : Ward principal; in the case-was put upon his Hand N Y; E C Hack: Coomb, do fcth-J
advertisement as well a large quantity of from time the discuses ; WLind
the first
: is
a reading range of the fire, and upon such only are tho insurances 12. And this counting since displayed, and_we wore told the people of trial I alone. He was acquitted after a most extraor- say Lewis, do; br T niothv Crosbv. Uirulbg. doschs
- matter, besides perform the labor of get ting up apr mentioned: assumed a prevailing form at the present pe- Middle Florida last foil met Savannah with a pledge diniry effort en the part di-tlngulrthed! ; council Ongon,Ru svll.! d.' John_E Pattcnon. Nick-;
I petting our materials arranged in order A&, 'n.".'mr over two month since. Xof a smile strangerwho arson, UnstoP; \sna, -bjr Sarah I5.-m:(. Sawyer
and is X
of of I
: rio subscription $3 I\OO'') to continue the road to now at large. The indignation: of the peopleof
and therefore it is important to 'work in' all we J. Formnn (tofnllossj") f 2ouO, -paid in full. visited the to our kno V; 10th- ha legend
'llace. the Gulf through Floridx But for a time all effort Kentucky his been greatly aroused Inst the I
that will effect amount of labor-saving. E C.iledrick, (pria 4,000 I *250. and ; M.wci ((llr't.sh,) Strtetnp. NJSSIU; lith-Eliivahl
c any F. Waver & Co. ( ) S.OOO in full. tere have been many flm necessity visiting fr'e to be suspended by the p.trie engaged in accused aud all who aided in his itcquitteonsidered -' Smill litwUn; Swjf.V, Young. Stmisnston; LA Ed-

S. O.COTBTEXAr ; has forwarded usa M. Kiel, (total)) '7,() in full. sojourning Lerebal-cntcted ether small pox the undertaking: the work beingembarrassed by as the latter i is, to be a monstrous outrsgj rp- wattle l.lrt'c:. N Y; I5th! -(lard ncr Pike, Cnn-
ofclestn. T.I.dwitb. total) 3.10" in full. or scarlet fever while here or after leaving.For mer. d,'; EqantinC"! Parker. c.ton
of for the of those interested in the on justice: and the character of the Stito. John J_ ; Evergiade
early Dlngzine. T. separate eomor Y Y J
copy Douglas, (partial) ) 1,610.l the last there has been crosspuroes ; E Csdr.r. hIun'ev: t'tonint:1on'
June Mr. C. is agent for the work C. M. CoJr. (total) ,, OO" in full. fortnight a rapid localities of Albany, :Middle Florida, and Bruns Cnttenden was one of the counsel Secretiry Y *'M.i,t.tv *u"iuji-rii, N Y; 1thih Loehiel ta-
article the of C. I). (partial) 67 71. abatement of cases disease h our community: ,and Outline and ton, Cistme Mo be
leads with a well illustrated op scene 1,00" wick.At a distinguished preacher witnesses to ; :Elg'ra, Brown, X Y; itch Mon-
f I C. D\ne. (partial) 6.(10" fi,77.:; at the present time; we know of no existing case of t.mk.Ikthel. A>r, lfHh-I'IItonl'e. Th-Tias
Danube aud ; the N
wale operations on the i f"lowe At present there 1 adisposition manifest by nearly "good character" of'"a rd. Hon. Mr. Preston, Bedford
A. } Red. (partial) 3.0"" 2315. scarlet fever and but one reported small ; 17th-Dolrh'nWH Faster NY l;
by a series of other interesting Iuprs .1 Mdl. 3.IH< ) a pox all parties in lower Georgia to concentrate effort Mr.Wolfe, and others,participated: ; in the acquittal, ;. (at Nassat1.h: V Y; i. .h-Mar'el; UhAgnc Hopkins -
11 J I Grla for June has also hen l reive D. McCuen (total 1,500 in full. and that. one confined t a hospital in the outskirts on the road from Savannah and the Branch thence and all seem to share public condemnation with Boston; fM|_' tl Ke'soy! Tn-nlwlm, X Y- "Oth

.4 Also the Parlor JtUair.of Cincinnati.; A. A. Ochus 800 of the town. into Middle Florida The Brunswick road has but very slight: palllntion.: For our own part we mlo.'.. ;tint ill!' d Larch HwkelL lWckl.lnd'22dOhi. ;
BcllechtsseFingan p.
1 .5.- & : (partial) 6,000" 4,323.T. L. H. DcLoP. E!, a civil engineer and reccntIji been suspended; Dr. Culling, the contractor for that look upon the cise as one of the most foul! murders Beiufort ,S Hatch C; E Sawyer N Y; ,schs(GoulJ A ,Sawyer Ch iVleston! UaskelL nip-!

AcINowuDcXEt.-'e have not been able L W. Jones, (total) 3,1)00" in full. ,connected with several of the improvements in road, has contracted for the road from Savannah, .: ever perpetrated, and it is only by such protests as say Ingolls! Boston; 2Jth-Lucrrtji. Hooper.;X Y

fore t acknowledge the receipt through the polite' J. Sot, (total) 1..00" in full. Virginia, is now ou a visit this part of our State, and it will be seen that road baa been commenced. the people of Kentucky are making, that the State T, roneWall ,do; Watchman,Frlend.d.j: ;AB Pinto;,
call at our office of Mr. \Villiam Oatcs,of Savannah, t The. in which the resolutions were can relieve herself from the stain which! has been Falkenberg. di; C II Simpson, Roarers.do; Ebroat
The following are the insurances: of parties in desiring to connect bitl8eI with some of our projected proceedings ( Nassau) Hopkins, do 2th-Auuatua
the morning of its destruction by fire, of a package cast ; Blunt
on Northern companies H. Mcltory, Agent; adopted took place in Savannah on tho 18th May.It upon her. d : ; TITV..
public works l r i lvc up his residence in > ; fith-brg !*"i, I'r-.wn, ItJ.'ton eeLs X II
of then late northern papers, for which we Amount insured. I.OM. Florida.; : An opportunity is now offered to someone will b seen that Col. N. Till, of Albany: who The New York Courier; makes ths following remarks Hall. Smith: do; O, .u Wave Yeilzp.! ; Portland
were indebted to Capt Wodhul of the New York Charles Somers, $700 (Mal) of once withdrew from the mO\ment. wilh. the charter in considering the conduct of the lawyers brig J u III J dJ Carteen t. Robinson, Boston; C.lIti1lln *
and Savannah steamer "Florida" These pipers I'. }Fraser 2.:0 ( .) our companies! to obtiiu the services of a and a large nominal bhireofthe stock under cnriged in the clefencv nf the WARD case: Morgan[ S Y; 3hrtb.Lenh'lo.; d. E H
S. X. (total.; competent officer, on the spot. Mr. D. comes with BI ickstonc. if we mstake; not his something to Nash\\"dlflce.. d.. XL.1lS5on,C".oombl, U.lrnlhble
much in advance of the mail. Our thanks Wiianlf. 3,00 -
were arc J. D. I : ,6j (totalMr : ) strong crl-rntial. from our Delcgittoa in Congress his control has, in corpliance with the requirementof say of the chivalric spirit of thf proftsslon.: There Jl-J.1rS[ 11i1!. W"f"m1r1, Y Y; 811t-brig
of cur due t Capt. IL I .- .Wootten, 150 (part.al.) and leading geitlenicn in the rL'luton. now made an assignment i of the I is such a spirit: recognised: in all the American law 31-irceLtus Norton, I.rtsnsonh: ; I'eD Allen n Tent,
41 To Mr. Marshall Holland,recently acting 8 clerk Henry Tmuiiu'', 1((Oj'}.) (partial.) -.-Virginia charter for hiniselfand Jfr. Brisbane, and a tconsolidation courts with: v.hca we are acquainted. It is ai'pirt Vright X II.ven; June i.t-F Merayn: *iiuiui%
I of the steamer Seminole, our th-mk ar also ten- Johng-Ssminis, 1.(,) (total.; ) Xcw is JCKsotvILLg.-Thle ; with the. Brunswick road is also conteinphted. : which will net' tolerate sophistry in argument X Y; bg L-"nt.t G.lhon: ; Sarah W<*!' Woostor,
& TiE lon; new misquoting: of cases mak-cg! of evidences, lijstor.: sch
B'oodgood HUIse. 8Ili (pirtlaU ; Lucy Eiton X Y; bg 11rtin: Van EIIr -
dered for th receipt various times of packages of hotel whch: h in of erection in this From the first resolution it be brow-bvatirg of simple witlcilsL'I-and
e Francis If Adams 1.21' (total.) ) : oourse wil seen nh'cli n. Coons di; L'<1-< .h D rig" Smith: Boston;
lat northern and other papers, in advance of them Boston by, 5liO, (total.ieorre 1) place fr the past year, is now in a stats of completion th it the company; is now known as the "Savannah: ,'treats wi h d'sfaror: every act by wh'ch: truth is Tiger Cjrison X Y; bg Kate F. l'r. J\illm.m. B_
( Flapg, 400 ( I pervErted justlea dcfeut d. It is a sp;r't: whchimpt.ls tm; sell J.>sf p'i! James, Smith X. Y. Van lali ( t
g? parral) and will be opened for. the of gue-ts Albany and Gulf Railroad Company. Its tithe! ; i
_____ .- F. C. H"rrt. 200' ( ) I reception all right-aiindi lawyers "to u: 'th C'' rgia, Pettmgill, do
Oat PBBSEST ISSUE.-Previous the fire we had Thos. JfcMilInn! 4,1(1 (psrttli) early in the eu'u'ng filL We are indebted to Mr. was thus amended by aa act of the last Legislature; words of an old writer: "ihe jxiwer of their tmgiie Cere ef>,Loril, .1.>; f.1, ("r'n"dr.Yilcll! ett;;
t Jjhn 'r.wdrd. :/o 0e (tot-il.) I F. Fonn the obliging; and able superintendent of of- ftnnrmnAs- I and wit to "!im ininillcnpi{>. 11. r.ntt.'pt-. :1n....-no' Sea Iheez''he.: -. >i. I I..:..t4.. rt hg ndrtin r, lat
from time to time been making expenditures towards n n. .
; .Toscjih, C. lru-l. ,:fto (total. the construction, for the following statement of the I to the actual operations on the new line; of to cnnh oppressors: fc> succor the atlicted; to advance NTFsnr) Willi in-, -, ", i .t, koi Kinney X. Y.;
the completion of our printing office and the Tht. 6,000: ( jii' tice and t't1uitanti! to hap! than ti r'gbt Wm. Moore, Eaton. d,; 1'. Xclwi, O d itch
l'r. -;
I improvement of the of uur piper. As Culnmbm Drew, l/'O) prl1ial( capacity, arrtngoment, dimensions, &., of the railroad, some information i.s convened by the subjoined thnt sutler wrong." It'is not a spirit which: nr t-s Atra'rs J..v. Ryder,d.,;!ith-Flying Cloud Clifford
hl
t evidence of the later apJeaulc: had: but so late .as Charles Wilier, 7,500 (bt.l!) building.The : notices hen from the Savannah Republican lawyers ta volunteer to screen guilt. There is an Bristol: I; l'ro jI''rt. X:ciot! % X. Y; 7tb-bg Borneo
fronts and streets and Courier ofa date shortly the elem 'ltarv law-b jk of.some repute*u this: iliwlck' liodgars, dx itch, Mcch-.n. Boston
last fall enlarged our pages the extent of one Par:; *t.ganinff loss list(forerfJ7t//;in*"Nnl- building on Bay Juli subsequent t entitled: A c. DinieN ; Julia
t Course of Log-d Study, by David Uofl"nnn. Ann Rich: Kldridge: do b Tyrone, Barttctt.! X. Y
I Jos. Hernandez .T. II. ; ;
column Meitoir Jr. southward and westward-main building; m Bay meeting :in that city. ;
each. We had incurred : It has -
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to > f the
expenses proportionate (; sojnthjig vi> professional sch. Alfarettj. 1'ratt do; fcth Marcia Fribon
Kelly Ij. 3! ,
t these in the way of labor in our office. t'rg Coopman, V\*. G; )IIMJU.he, 'rec. Sire of main buIMiug 125 x 12 feet; wug: Resolved, That the Charter of th, Sa.ann11& duties of Ifgil men ; and II" legil authority is far \veetzer, do; Wm. Hill: ,Sergeant. Boston.

I While we did this unquestionably expecting an ul- Chis-'DeWaal: L.. C-tpella, S3 x 55 n.; whole 3 stories h'gh. There arc pi- Albany Rulruad With; all acts am,. : thlrl.t better thin "torisl anth'>r.ty: in a case of th-a natare All the above **-!, h ive cleared from this port.
be assigned by proper dewl of a- we quote Ili follows, doubting: not that if it is
J.
; luxtfite pecuniary remuneration for our outlay, we John Vinziut W. Price 1'iirkLnr-t& Adtml. iwczns extending around the entire front, 10 feet fctgnmvtit by Nelson! Tilt, end Albert I lJ}. Brisbane; I applicable t<> retain lawyers it is doubly BO to volunteer up to June 12.h, with t'l- cxooptloaoftbe following

I Lad incidentally) in view what his always actuated MycrsiMoor,, J.lmCII"I.th.. mer. wide] ; making: length of fronts 1::f each, or 270 the present assignees, of the lid Charter, to the a1v c.tf.s: named:

j I ns, and which we have always ct.'t s far as Su-i>lions t Co. Ellis Co. f full length of front I is entered by 3 door Savannah. Albany & Gulf! R'lroad Company to beheld I "Whoa employed to defend those charged wth: BrigTnt'v.J.; barque Henry Kelsey itch Cjsti-

I i. circumstances would allow-the establishment; of a W.J.Fnitb. (ha n. &. Acosta, from hay street one door. at extreme eastern end!, by them upon tlu: following; con Jiteims.1st. I crimes of the deepest dye, and the evidence against hn. itch Marthi; itch X. I..W'a&IOT); bg Jl rcellus; bjj
That in the event consolidation with the them whether or moral be such t.J leave
l"yal as
I T. H. Paul Caii' which Linda bg SarkhWixwtr: b< Martin Van
takes to tha ; r Buren
\a
newspaper which in lp.cabity of appearance J. B. IIowill, R..11. you smoking room; one at extreme Brunswick Company all the funds derived from no just doubt of their; gu'lt I shall t not hold myself cbs Dirl i. Tiger b? Kite Foster lOChs Georgia
: and character would worthy of the merit Dr. Mitchell.Emanuel, 'Darby in: western end, f'r ladies entrance; and one in such consolid.it'on f\lal\ ; be cxcliiih cly ap': .red to I privileged, much lees ob!:ged, t> use my endeavors Ccreso, iJenmart. Son Kroer ': bij U trtiDjer, Eu-
.I: ou community has won fur il-elf in cnter- t'rcspo, 1 t'IW center fr main cntrince, wh'ch opens ia to the the constructisn of , F. X,.'- '.1: -.ohs Almlr Jtv.Fly
a terprise and After the new IEIrnILDIi51f1111LrINT office, and main 11.1; tii room is 33 ft. x 27, to when iui consolid itH, sli.il! so det'rilinf. .i resort to in aiu'ty! -to the artifices of clo- ing Clou.!, IVo-p*,. u_' 3-neo;ch! }Mechanic; Ju-
prgess. receiving SITE. 2nd. That in thj event of a failure cons> qnencp-to appeali to the mi rW; and fleeting lIe Ann Rich; ; bg T\"ro'1e. sch AJCirUU! Marcia Fri-
i._ mats with :paper 1 ilsuL'we found counter office, which is 1 f dorp. On the l.r as the two nmaniiS, all subscriptions; mid in I sympathizes; of we k jurie, or temporizing; courts, bon, V>*m. Hi'. !.
a : by a slight mistake the leads' and 'rules' for PKEPARVTIOXS FOR BULDINT..-We have; already J1 c'lter the han is the gentlemen's parlor, which South Western" (Ueurgla f>r the jiuip.ise'f bu.Ulnrf: i to jny own personal we'g'ut Ch.lrdCkr-nur final S

t .: the columns were calculated for columns somewhat here several vcMels, with cargoes of kick partly very large-20 x 21 ft., 12 ft. high.. On the r.gh:! the Branch t<> Florida: h.l bi specifically applied lly. to any of the overweening mlmerl'"cmnent induces I ia y pd- FOREIGX.
t th-it bl.joctSrd. :, from popular : talents, ex'il-
( :lf broader than those of the Republican formerly. In ordered by part'es! for their own building purposes, i: tie reading room, nlrlchU I x 21 f From < That all the fund now subscribed, ornh'ch! i ted learning, 4c Persons of etnxIons: character

I addition t this we had concluded to print our 'in- and others ct red in the market Bjs'.des! tlitse this hall you can pass t the second Stl'r.by a may hereafter I Iv generally shall' ba tx- vrh'have violated the laws of God and man arc tn- The war news by late arrivals is amnesia! inter.eL -

side editorial and reading matter with ('Minion') preparations' Juhn S. Sammis I: eiigagad in flight of st.rs.: one being on either hand of the elusively apple: t) ito <'n suhscr.bld! th; Branchto 1 nt..1: l to no such! special; exertions from say member sdiand: Tha fighting has commenced ia earnest on all

'. -r'- smaller type than before, which would enable us manufacturing bricks fur the re-erection of h's: office, which; are very spacious and easy of ascent. Branch the hh H have been t ir Meddle 1'! inda, until that I! of to our no pure inttaTjnt'on and honorable boYO'ld, profusion securing: to; and them indeed a- stnrthnp rich eventsThe day brings the news cf importantand

r1 to compress a much larger amount reading in en stores ou Biy strcet.Ve have been inf.rmc You can also pass t the dining room through a That the lVJIlctc.41h. the Rand fur and dVpas'iomtj: investigation of the f.ic's of a'hed flireth-ive bombard Salina and Bog-

4 equal amount of space t that which we previously that. Mr. S. has it in contemplation! t.) rr..c fur walk on (be left and i the roar of tu! g. iittciuoa's: to Albany toLd Jli'b.'e uLeniver Mibstrplions or j their cause: and the dna anplicJt" of the 1.iw; alt fa:ir. at the mouth of the ilaaub")

occupied. On these accounts,we have brought back stores on the Bay street site, to be 4 stories high, parlor, vhlch also comusun-cates) with dining room. means bpcc.Ccrflly: for that purpOM (nO bo obtained. tli.it goes -yond thi, e.'ther; in m mutter or substance force Oiair under Patch General has s'LuJ'-rs.; wily deflated the Russian

t the number columns in a page t their old figure, with iron fronts and hlmtti-r, This room is very large occupying nearly :the by means the Comp and the my"t manner>r its Agents of expending, the;aoVjmcy thin of the b
I ::3 six, and shall probably not make another enlarge Thos. Ix-dwltli intc'ids bullJing two stores, either first floor of wing:3 C; rooms a extreme jUzet of by the Comp-my. t I sel!, or front some unworthy and selli h motive 10,004)men.give b'ltt'" tcGvUcnl Lujcrs, between

I met i size before the beginning of the new volume of brick or stone, each 22U front, by GO fet deep, end for stJJrerom. &c. There is one entrance on That Nelson Tit and Jam!P. Screven w h'ch sets a h'gher value on profession il display Sili5'tr.a The battle and Rn't'll1C wh' 1gj

I J 'k i July 1655, or about the let January next and is cow engaged in erecting a T\liarfand will Julia street, through which you can pass s t diningroom shall be etntiulL'joint Agents cf the Company I and uccMS( than on truth end justice: and the sm> continued; fir. several ch was h-mrs.a very During sinjtninary the previous one
Ft uitml interests! of the
;
the and w.th thi Such
granted an inordinate -
'Il couimu'iity.
I t In the mean time we "hal endeavor t present an soon coiihtruct a wax choose; these erections are nil or to second story. From. the main hl thereis 1,1 twelllh purposes and thirteenth soct'osis powers.f the orspmizv: I ; amb'ti'm' I shall ever regird as a most t night! Omar had sent division of hiaarmy,towardsthe

enhancement instead of abatement of the interest to be upon his water lot on Bay street, corner of also an entrance t the smoking room, througha tion- of the Savannah; and Albiny! KJ Iroid Company dangerous perversion of ilcnts;. end a shinicful .'.

and ranle of our paper t our rcadears. We have Ocean, formerly occupied by Waver & Co. The passag in the rear of the readlng room. The except us herein iftjr. limited and expl.iIL', abuse of of an evilt.nl stati-m. The parr'cide: the This Dlvls'on the; :Russians during the night of the battle attacked
since the fire houses will be leads to wash room or of nnd'that it either of th-m should! r-jsigj trust gratuitous miirdorcr, or otiior perpetrators of like fiercely mtheren'r( causing
::1 some voluntary additions: to 2 stories in >_ passage rear and
rive height t great panic COnftl8ion'among the
1 conferred, the directjn 5h ill fill the place of such revolting crimes; has surely no mich claim on the Russians.who
our which with our former respectable Thos. Douglas purposes building a two story building. Ou the right, as yon enter the western resigning and they shall contJiuo to use commanding talents of a profoss'on whose object retreated behind TeuTnavont! with the loss of

: list i this large section of East Florida, render brick on his lot on Bay stret between Ocean and door! is the ladies' parlor 20 x 21 r This room 1he:1: hot \Jlnt. until the capital or meals shall and pride should! be the suppression of all vice by many.stores baggage and th> military chest of the

: s f th Republican a valuable medium of advertising. Pine streets,near the immediately west communicates with the gentemcn's parlor and also be obtained to complete the road. the"ind'COltion' and enforcement of the laws. amiy.The
lter ftret Those Russians are s>t II c-rrj-Ing on the siege of
therefore
of who
6th. That all acts the shill be wrest their
We respectfully solicit the public patronage, eitherin of the site of A. M. Reed's furmerltore. The houie with the main dining room. A. flight of stairs in authorized by a mjjorlty of th sait.ents Dr.krs cuistltut : from its legitimate: purposes, to pollute proud the knowledgi streamsof SjVstri! .

the form advertising .r subscription. will be two stories high, of fire proof material the same entrance also ar-ccncU to the 2d .t ry. A :quorum or submitted to them for rat.fiention; justice, and to screen such uml! offenders from TherTurks crossed the D-nrcbe on the 20th April

We shall but for a short time use the very large JuJge Duglas is now engaged iu erecting a wlurfj hill extends through the entire length of the front and approval and bv th.1 b t r.tifl' and approved merited pen4ltrrshould boJ regarded bv all (and for the purpose of dcr-jvinj' : ho U'lqsian' batteries

: i type which now appears: on our first intending aud will also build a warehouse, nearly building in this: and the whole building! in third. before they s.h.i'1 be the Com .certainly! shall by me) as minsters at a holy a.tar, on to the UPP.IIIte; s'Jj, .of'.1.: r.-r. They advanced
page
olpoit t pany.7th.. full of high pretension: and apparent smct'ty: but I".ut..ciu'and & -: :vr i J!jvi' h ml lighting, re-
ii t substitute for it a medium size between that the site of tut proposed btores. story from which you can: enter the rooms on That what: shall be the necessiry inwardly bise, unworthy, and hypocritical: ; dangerous tronted on the 2"d? t. S bra. la good order
:: and the kind we are now using for the inside mat A. M. Reed contemplates building upon lib old either hand. Oa the right as you arrive at the top of the aforcst'.d. : Agnts shall be jnJgctl of epeDC by the in this precise ratio of their commanding l'd kiewitch the U jss': ,:i comnunder-in-chlcf! bin

ter. Our present first page is the sum total of our corner, a brick house C2 feet front by 62 deep with of the stairs at the west entrance, is another parlor Directors' (those expenses first to be approved by talents and exalted learning." ordered DobrndVch h's aruiien U aJvauw no further into the

1 _-. -. aalvage type that we bad Lad i use for circulars a brick office in reiir. The building will be 2 stories cf same size as apartment below on tha left of the the l)>t.'lrJ)) before th-y shall L entitled to receive SHIP -1.1.0RlDA-lIesSrs..- An important i. battle wa fought ca the 23th between
is Brown &
I : I ,jobbing Ac. We shall now for a time mae high, designed for two stores. There is now a passage. You' enter ladies'. ordinary directly over 8th.pa\uent the rights reserved to the: original BciLDixa the Turks and (:rl"Ck Insurants. AiLs
t : 1 available for our columns. quantity of brick on the premises. main dining room on first floor-ladies ordinary corporators and their assignees< under the constltuton :- Curry, of Key West, have laid the ktcl of a clipper was taken by assault in fifty minute br, the Turks.
We hear of ship to be built at that place of 1,000 tons burthen The Greek leadtr. K:roakati and J..bellila.1Ied.Congid..rabIe .
I. no present arrangements for buildimr 68 x C8 f AB von nanst from main or dfTiro tii and articles: of association, not inconsistentwith
f ACOWDXE"AID PBOXPTLT TE: EaED.- on the lot owned by S. D. Fernandez.We second story, o enter another hall hal 12x21 -ft, ths: a.5gilmeIlt:: and the cond tons: hereto an- to be constructed wholly! of Florid wood and by The slaughter ensued.
important town of Meizos; also taken
by
Immediately on the return of the steamer t this learn that Mr. Kiel will relinquish! his admin through which is a passage to second piazza, new ucxed organization., are reserved to the said assignees under the resident mechanics. Cargoes of shp timber for the Turks, and pilhgjd by the Albanians.was

place from Svanah after the intelligence of our istration of the estate of TUOI. W. Jones, and that which is balnstratled, and entcnds around the en- Resolved, 2d, Tint until th's assignment upon the purpose have been received from Manatee. The Greek leader Frire, fled. Except the Pi-

fire had rche tht city we found a bx of tyre no immediate arrangements for rebuilding on the tire fl'nts The windows in this story extend the conditions; herein stated has been loyally made, -.- roes, all the const of Crete t A CARD the Allied
Fleet
addressed t U from the office of the Savannah Republican Jones ground will be made although an insurancewas the floor, and offer easy egress t the piazza On it is i xpedent further t proceed w.l the wurk.EXIUCS On the mb a fight took- place between the Turks

for which we certainly felt under great effected on the buildings formerly on that the left of this hal and on either hand of passageare riWlJI PltESIDEVT FOR THE UPt'1ILIC'.1S' and Montencgriani at Nicksick:: under the command
obligations the gentlemanly considerate end the amount insured f large rooms a/id suites of for SHEve's REPORT. Mr. Editor You will confer of their Chie( George iVtrovItch..
t proprietors ound jr, $:OOJ, has very rom accommodation ttto yesterday, that. the I'rei'dent of the S i- : a favor on one oi It is reported that the Austrians wJI
___ j of that journal. We should have been en- bn paid. of families. Beyond the ladies' ordinary I C.ufRoad'! hid been authorized: by the your patrons by conveying my thanks throng tho Provinces. occupy.the

abe-t avail oursclf of ,th generous tender, in No arrangements that we are aware of are made in the wing or north and south building are several tract Board for of 1 D:rectors to purchase the ill and con medium of your paper, in particular to Mr. George Sir Charles Napier: w.th the English Fleet, is

c keeping op i some form the issues of our paper for building on the ground adjoining north, owned suites: of rooms with Cre placis, and single rooms of lying than Road d.wl the superstructure th. on tint: Mooney and also fi's: Brother, who came to my closely blockading the U,lit.c Ports. Russia U

until we cud restore ou office, a we had fully by Piirkburst A. Adams. that are very large. The whole are very largo and portion Link of the O 'he bh\cl, and city also and to let the out West thj store with their workmen from the foundry and fitting out against h:m a tied :fsot) armed boats.

S intended t attempt, Lad we not fie in the effort Messrs Ambler c Hoeg will build 2 stores,of brick pleasant.The third story is all arranged for sleep grading for that section; of the Road extending rendered every assistance! in saving such goods as -

.: t obtain a press immediately for that purpose. t b 3 stories high! the building to be 54 x 6(feet, ing rooms, seve fcuites-of rooms being in this from the Ogeechee to the Alabama river-making was possible, under thoso trying circumstances in Brought to Jail on the 2d inst.,

-- But we Lave nevertheless found it convenient t the lower front t consist of stone columns, bases story also. rooms in this story are very spacious ther altogether, that the Jiffy-one or policy two miles.of the We stated fur- the late co1 agration. When Byrne's Block of : A negro -avs his name is Peter, and that

t .&.____. enlist this type into our present service, in several and caps, with full glass sanhes for the windows and pleasant,,some of(them 12 x and : to reply upon themselves present aDd the people Company of Georgia was Buildings caught fire, when all was consternation, he bel.iivs ta 1 1'.Thomas Darling of Marioncounty.
r 11. Pit
of ou standing advertisements, until we receive and door 12 x 16 r Many of them are also with aDd Florida for the means t j bu;Id the Road and at the appalling sped icle, Mr. Mooney voluntarily and almost ri.s live fet. .two inches high, black

additional new type with which we expect t replace J. }Forman T. 0. Holmes, and John Broward. fire places. The whole building! has arange beel finished from thut they parties had alnd'le. the. hope obtaining aid with his Brothers and Machinists: nobly performed to come thirty forward years, prove! property The owner, pay is charges requested ,

it The following note acmpanie the box, who own the remaining lots cart of Ambler I with an eye t comfort and ease. Whole number Not having seen the last report of the Presidentto the Christian part. I would avail myself of this opportunity and take him away.

and it corresponds well with te spirit s promptly noeg"8, and on Bay street, tlto design erecting of rooms in the building 80. the Stholder.he h favored us with the I returning my grateful acknowledgements Jacksonville'June JAMES VIXZAXT,Jailor.

t displayed by others of the good people of Savannah brick buildings i place of those desr"J.l. The cooking is all t b done i a separate build beside corroborating to isis: Lady,Mrs.George Mooney,who kindly loth; ,1S54. lif

: :- and the corporation of that city, i their displays J.S. Sammis, who owns the lots from Braward's ing. A very I large cistern in to bo connected with the what public we said: contains other matter of. interest t offered, her house as a receptacle for the goods saved Jacksonville &Alligator Plank Road

.' of generosity i another form, upon the occurrence corner, along Xewnan 8tt to the corner owned : the house, by which the house can be supplied with "Whe the organization of tho company was from the fire all which I will remember with the (

of the late disaster: by J. B. Howell, we dos not intend to build the best of water. I i is also designed t have an 6th 1854. those sites. Neither on the of the of L.- ------ ---- Genenerci meeting of Stockholders will bo
SAAA.Apr immediately on docs observatory top house, from which sangine'epLtwD Jacksonville
Dear Sir We send you a box hoping it Uowell ) fine view can had of the 1 immediate aid from that very b bay in front tion to the stock of the The next for the electing Board of Director
may do you a little good in your tune otneeL ad company. great in Middleburg Duval county F1& on the purpose *
Ii On the square on the T. McMillan of tbe village and the surrounding gency i the money market, the prospect a war to serve for twelve months liy order of the Board.
Your oppsit est CUtr.A Slst Mr.
Wiatt
I'. TirLEXANDER Cd. has purchased which of C. M. Barber's shop also is t attached the in Europe and the actual oCCUlenc of that March Powel, formerly of Amherst GEO.W. CALL, Sserctary.
t & building for the b t have Caused a failure for present, of the event Court House, Vu., Mr. Bowel came to this place several julStdJacksonvillo-
indebted the for
We also t obliging editors of Cooper atd $1,2 and purposes up a cn\'enienee of the
a putting
bder. tion of that ition.
expect months for his health and his short
ago during
t: ibe Charleston Courier, fur an effort on ti edifice. M. Somers does not at There will also bo proper stbles hoslers ic "Undjr these the of tho .t
p connected with the crcumshnC Dior stay amongst us he made some warm friends, and Alligator Plank Hoad
which baa come t our knwlg to present intd.t rebuild on the lot adjoining Mr. house; also a Bathing room, and company have energy
,_ } in a similar manner, altough th the tieD McMillan's. The lots owned by the estate of Dr. all the other appurtenances render'the the objects within; the power of commanded the highest esteem of all who knew Company.
a ness t their own means, without reliance him. I would say for the satisfaction of his: Relatives Treasurer of the
hotel and upon foreign Company is
surplus type i the Courier office. Byrne, on"'hic stood the handsome block,will not agreeable attactve strangers. The ad THE now prepared
wants cf Georgia and distant Friends that attention receive the second and third instalments
was
cmmeria' Suthern ,
,
every
)learn .
We Lave also we built from the estate but pp-
an equal display upon offered
t akowleg b a Flol'd their citizens rendered to make him comfortable during his illess. on the stock of the Company,each of 20 per cent.
1 of mit at bme i te following letter for sale. THB MARISE HOSPITAL AT PE.8COL-Te Pen- with UK, and their undoubted ability in R. Gfco. W.CALL, Secretary.

.from te proprietor the ut Sun at OcaLu The lot owned by J. Finegan, whereon sacola Democrat states that of, that cnnecion'th' Savannah' to construct within: a "-. JulStf
C Coler : road '
space a which must be'beneficial Richmond will please
OCALA, April 8th house of T. and others has port has received instructions from .papers copy. .
the
185 laid std ben Secretaryof t all interests, and make a fair *t,
conflagration Dear Sin The.in.painful town intelligence reached of us the rDt sold t John Drowarc $2.50 ib we t.'a designs the Treasury, t remove the Marine Hospital, Stockholder concur in establishing retuI t th TUB ,Msx5ajLT iATT.-The following are-the Tailoring.
your yesterday a brick building thereon. J.Hanham whichhas.been closed in company, to be in the place the *
lately
I erecting with frt provisions 'of Jp;enate'a treaty, as reported by
; morning trug'passengers. regret t ler acranc continuation ,,of a ,rood in that d.re towards IIOMAS ANDREW.wall known to be experfJL -
t you the luler If the will not DOW rebuild a permanent structure. the deicision of the Board of as iprp Florida from the Altamaha, which .will most unite the Washington Union :- enced in Cutting and Making,informs the citizens -

,1 wish t say tt a journeymanto C. WVley, we learn, purposes rebuilding, in ,the erly lct in'the centre of the city, t the people ofSutbe Georgia and subserve their "' arranges the--MesHl Valley difficulty, provides of Jjcksounllj and this vicinity that be has
? assist as, o cn your regular issues from course of a short tie, and with that object has point'mere convenient for such an colnraercml : : an d'gible! route for a rail road. Abrogatesthe taken; the house nJ Acr toBisauA CA.XOVA'S
our office until you can re-establish yourself which of his Mr. Sierra the Collector in etblinment '.The Direction therefore,submit their policy,the 11th art.cle. ofthu treaty.ofGuadalnpe Hidalgo, store, where he S c iw rvadv to receive all order
I trust will not be long. Or, if we wdl portion brick 8 ;
you pur cnforty wit sd application of all the menus in their power to the and recognizes the iuter-oceanic transit, granted in that are entrusted U him. lie warrant all smitsor
furnishour list until you a re-establishedchurg- Santo will not rebuild on lot permanently instructions, we are already engaged construction !: Tehnantepcc for all of which to be fitted
h ired hl ofher Branch Rood towards Florida, over ; 10,000-,- garment* and made in as neat a styU
a Sag for nothing but,the paper, Jby usig the asme at present. tWO houses at the mout.oftb Rlrnu-- ._Tnrar-_.: _XanrIt .".. !leaving, hl tnk towards Mobile con tmplA OOistbmaad.- : as at any other place in the United States.t3 .
nuwaianeoiu Beiecnona usca in paper, wuiie The following persons hare erected' temporary a, distance from Pcnsacola 1 tea DV lMr be provided for by ..:. ?"Cutting,repairing,and cleaning will bedone
P it wilt such a
privilege insert additional ToW. but fUDI t
De a be .
b your t especially for that The small-pox ira.ving'with great virulence at the shortest notice ,
.i I matter .yon may oeit. I shall b happy t buildings of wood, for the purpose of cntump p opr'ad_bthl' l location. ; .,and,we:"hope Another extract' of some importance purpose is the/olloir-' among the Chippewa Indiana Minessota. .In Jacksonville, October lth- ,1833.R .-
.w I acne you in any way tt can. their business upon th burnt district S : that the rmon1: te D pitl.i prmptly'b lug,'which we commend t tho attention : one bond fifty-seven had perished.. The Indians -

I remain lou &, 1.1 Coopman, Ambl Iloeg, J. A. effected,'and the sik for te whom it Stholderu n cr,_ -- o were frantic with fear of the dread pestilence, and $25 Reward. S
1 TV. JL J.B. c consequence of the great the moment it seized upon any one of their number -
tI EOYAL. ,T.O. R.H. intended will .'
ACt He Darby,c i ,sn b providedfur.a. Money 'market, when the first strgCla.te they abandoned him to tot fttc. Governor Borland AIT away front tV subscriber on the lath init,
Editor of Republican, Jacksonville.Vft Poetting P. G OBGE,a house servant and
nine
\ Cnlwo"C. due, and the unvoidablo delay in the of had despatched Dr Mann to their relief, with' instruction my negro
gratefully appreciate the. kind- oter'o Mr. E. E111J,1Lie1J. SaW, Hhl; )AUex: J50CTHBR*, F4lueGDG NORTH.' W,;;learn proposals fo cntC&iou aio 8ubsrib .to vaccinate all who were aa vet free little carpenter. He is about fire bUck feet eight inches high,a a

-- Royal : We were in. expectation, the fire, of andcr.Thefollownig. from the Wa t brig Hexaldwhichcleared have the not been fr .pavment, from the pestGIOBQIA. null ring bow-legged in one,of very his ears, and complexion is very intelligent.wears

:_ -I being ab t hare new printing materials h i persons, foelyltc"on what '"at New Port -on the ,10th.nit. tat.,New work i going;; it i expected.*that., they will $5. Any information concerning him will be thanklaUj

three o 100 weeks; and therefore Iex. is now the burnt b rem west York,"had on board 23 Dales of Cotton Yarn. manufactured : prmpt1.rpd < ,, ATO FLORIDA.Governor Johnson has received,and the above reward win be paid to any
togt icaneofoor end dit "e t t appointed }MaJ."A.c. (Allen of Bainbridge, Os.. one who will lodge him m jail,so thai I get hinsj or
peolent t m arrangement* t o Yltt respectively,, lg at the Jefferson Southern Rights Mann.Ihicturing SAVAXHAH'XKD Grir.ROAD.:-At meeting of the Commissioner, and James R. Butts, Esq.of MilledgeviUe will deliver him tome at St.' Augxutincy to Mr,
-I paper 1 0 tat ao' short & J",our ted by ti : 9. Dlw; (Republican omo) Company,. Montieello, Fla,. being";th; Directors of this Road,-on Saturday, a-.llut Surveyor,'to meet a like Commission on JDO M.Beggs, atUr oge Mills, oatbeSt Johns

local one of the most fptcns. T. Hartridge, Burton A Graves, (formerly H.Tim- first shipment by that Company The aanle'ycssel to was adopted authorizing, the President t the part of the State of Florida,to run the boundary Ii sad reasonable expenses paid in ease delivery.
contract for the laying down'the superstructureand. between the above named : B.O.MATS.
States. Commu-
J. mtiena, the.arT&vgemeDtwDul4 nbeeuir anus. ,) J.. C.DreO'ThgT.Mc31illnL- -;; -. bad on.board.ten bales (r the SUdiwa Factory.': "the.purchase of the,Iron for.:the ant sixteen iwu meet- on.the twentieth. ;of.this month.The. - Sl.A gustineMarchl$S -


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the important subject of the difficulty between .4rouce. JHEY :.! : \ J
nee Williams( Treas'r Jacksonville.. GORSNEW I"b .. ,
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y Bussis sad the other powers war bat been THE trndenigned is under the necessity of again :"". .
"1853.; DiuApl those indebted him to tome : .. ,
declared by the Gurernmcnta upon : GOODS. 1\.
formally orrngianctr 4,,To baL on hand- from former Treat. |t8 60 foqward without further delay, and )18yap. 'As it RE 181' : t,,. ./ i P' I
and Franc gainst Russia. The question of direct Subscriber has fast received, nd Ja con ;-IrE D! j ji
his .
July, cash fin. T. Ledwith, for dock 11. 1 00 is intention to make some changes in hit busi- '
importance to the United Stales in Connection .-, ... J. A. Barbee j oo mesa the ensuing fail!, h* is compelled to dose his -.15. ItantlJrce2T1ng; A large supply of- .. Removed to the \ '

with the war, is that of the rights of neutral pow. It .. J. L. Hogarth, Marshal !97 40 present arrangements by the 1st of Jury. All- accounts Dry Gooda and.Grpceries,Beady- .;3oildlngs, jy" \t 1 i 4r
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44 44 unsettled at that time will be placed in the % J.
ers whose vessels may be engaged in commerce I' M T. Douglas for dray lie. 10.1000 G7 hands of the proper officers for collection. made ClothingrBoo&and shoes, Office, tiIIIt tf V ": "

upon.the high seas. It is well known that it. was U II 4 Edward Gurd on,Martha!101 38 His remnant of stock saved from the fire is now' Hats; :BonnetsHiLbons; WHERE i ia kept : ; &ek..Pa1. ., \ -
the violation of those rights in searching American U a a 11000 offered at original coM for canh.TUEODOKE. selected De- 4 h
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a a 44 HAETRIDGE. Among tho1uantrtees mar be found pIUXT their cere t4 t :
vessels and impressing seamen therefrom, which .. ** 10S60 LAWNS JACKONETS/ MUSLINSGIXO- ,.- : .
00 &
Drugs
18"; .
Sept 102 00 May 24th julS HAMS PIa ,i
main that ltd to the declaration and Vored IJERAGES SILK -
the grievance ,
was Oct 7, mm G. It Smith, for lot in TL' ms Plain > .
received
Swiss Jstriped and Barred MUS- Alwajs by he '
the tnited States .1
England by in
of against A CABD APOTHECAEY BALL.I .
cemetery 5 00 -- LLXS BUck SILKS, Colored Dress SILKS Lining fresh! and genn-ne.:: Also. I '
1812. At the present time, it is stutt-d Hut Mr. \o.** 0.!, 44 E. Gordon. Marshal Si LII will inform my friends and cnstozners, SILKS Dotted :SWISS, Ao; Crape Shawls .CSITEJJ, SOAPS.' '. ,.F.;

Buchanan our Minister has received assurancs in Dec 21' U 15500pedlar's I THIS since the bite fire in Jacksonville, wli.ch Embroidered Swiss Shawl PUun and Emb'd L. c .... wh-eh wdl bo soU : 'f ,

England satisfactory to our government on this important Hellboyncr 4 Co. for I with many other stores, also consumed the Apothecary Hdkfs Emb'd Collars Chem etts, Undersleeves ,Country orders solicited C '. \

rubject England and France hare both 1S34, license'C 00 I Hall, I have now established, :in Holmes' Lace Hosiery, Gloves Bonnet, kbbona".tc. .. to. I'hyi.eaiLi'.p .
i Block three doors from ML'tI .Bisbue& Canova'swhere1 despatch.
announced that the of neutrals Jan 10, U a E.: Gordon Marshal 190 62 '" ewYart. i i
property .
.
publicly .. a i tun receiving a fresh and new supply of Ready made Clcthing. '.
will be from seizure, uuless it bo contra 23, no' 15 'Drugs Medicines: erfnmery Combs SODA WATER,
exempt taps, Ohio. .
Fcb.14 I' A large Mlcctfon Heady-made of .
:too 00a Clothing, will <
Brushes and Faucv articles Garden Seeds Paints bo kept on han '
-
band. The declaration of her majesty, Queen VICTORIA Ie. 44 superior make and cut. .- "y, .
1000 Oils & Brushes Burning Fluid, No ]. on Ice for cooling that :!
: always
the clause ; d'Ete Coats and Pants Linen ? .
contains following Dnp Heavy .
: Aprils ;
g 00 who Uhit
hand, and Glass Lamps; Choice Teas, living Agent may. at M ,,
Coats Pants Ac."Cry fine Marseilles Vests col'dand
"Her majesty will waive the right of seiz'ng' cn- for the New York Pelcin Tea Company, Ish.U keep ; i .j
Udon ou board neutral vcsctl, unless 1,:G19 their Teas in and ua white Shirts, Collars, Cnvata, A v .i I
rtny'ft property peat variety, vi their own Importation 1
contraband of To baL l<2 Gentlemen wishing good Clothing! will do well I l&f- .
it l be war. and warranted I shall be happy to see Agent for the Sew ) .
to call. The public in general ere solicited to call
Lord CLABESDOX the Foreign Secretary of State, uiy old friends and customers call and tm'd every and examine Goods and Prices, wh ch will be sold Tea of direct importation gene- 1. ..
circular in $1,5.7; i1S.5 thing fresh and new end nt low prices for cash a quarter to lIb in a } aarkct l r .
to .
has issued a reply en inquiry of the verv low for cash and cash onlyat T.O.HOLMES'BLOCK ** OJ
Attendance Night and Day, when prescriptions will at MtrenwJrnw prici a. : \
: ,
merchants truAug with llubsia which to '. 'a. Jacksonville. .
appears be with and t?-COTflK' :,
put
May 5 By cab B. F. Towr.scnd's bill S R9 up punctuality care. L. B. AMEHMAXJACKSOSTVIU.E !
paid f h
conflict with the Quecn'i declaration. It is as follows T. MCMILLAN. DBMXO ACCOMPANIEi WITH
4'v.. S. : 1S54. .
DonaVfon'a S 25 April2i, I
: Garden & Flower Ot Ip J
&
Moody Boulter's" 250 t
IflUr1NG absence from the State 3IcQtEE. ..
Sir: I am directed by the Ear.! of CHrendoa to I' Ambler & Ilocg's" 1 00 .11.7 HcI.XTOiu my,Esq will attend to too settlement The Old Stand on the Burnt DL'1rict.nnIIE aLa:)always to%, l
"
tint t hinceli.U l,h had 17 News Office
stile t'l"IIU : >r< n tlie-pleai>ure- fi i 73 iar2C-y .
of all civ uiMctiifu jirofessioual business and is _
fully
of seeing on the 2'ith' that, the deputation of merchants June Ie. C. Oak's bill; in part '1 fit authorized .
connected) with tla- trade with luIa; hU July, J. 1. Hogarth's: bills 11 52 by me for this purpose. Undersigned keeps constantly on hard: aIl S333r esa: .. i i. 1
JAMES A. PEDEN. full of FAMILY GROCERIES and
lord.hip ha* further considered the mie't:on* put 44 7, A. B. CanovaV bill 34 Oo supply ofth i.
., Jacksonville Fla 31st 1854. of-
May PROVISIONS
'a jutSit1AITION.I consisting-portly
M him by the &.puttton, wh/theT Uu<.jll'l! 'r.- Mooney A Goe-kiii's bill 3S47 PagcciTcaii therein aJ9 I
the frontier hv and ; M-d! J. II. Goshen Butter Cheese Lard Ham; '
brought 'land
ducc o" > Mcltorv's 1918
h1 ] forewarn all from trading Bacon Sides and hnu1dersj [ to- i 4.
persons I'
from theuci- by Crittl'oh or neutral' ve *el., 1 be 13, U G. Wingate's 400 ; Flour .
f for a note of hand which: I drew in favor of Subscriber to him. .
of all kinds Coffee Teas Soda Butter begs
Sugar .
,
44 ; ,
her M[ .rv"fc an.llo D. THE
nulject' to seizure bv jc cns'r., McCuen's 4 HO'
: nature ia
Ucnrv Henderson,for two hundred and fifty dollars, Sugar and Boston Cracker, Pilot Bread of Jacksonville
milmequcnt. cuuhscatiou in the lligh Cuurt of Admirulitv. 44 44 15 14, a" "" G.Clarke C. Powers'& Butler's S 15 d:ite 101'O Said: will become due the lat in our city .
-tbrea. note
Lord Clarendon conceive that the question Till 44 a", J. L. Hogarth' Ie 6 toO t..qlal'tof uiU J unc)) bu4. I l1utilicdlLllendCNun. in Beans, Potatoes, Tobacco, Spanish Segars, NEW givmfth -a. .,
,
Snuff. ALSO
turn ujmu the true oivnersh.p: or the interost, or 44 21, M.wdv & Bc.u'.tcr'a' OCOAugS the of }lr. Spencer Brooks, that I would Fruit Preserves-Prune On Fifeyth street, second the mode a
and the dtt luit.on it thi vihuU Bill presence Brandy Sardine; land ,
risk in, ? proj>crtv BunUig's: 6dO lines there ;,
not said cote, fur certain causes. I.rmJPeach
may b. seized or captured; ; and that ue'tlur: tin- a P, 4l T. Douglas s 24 Z Z) par STEPHEN FARROW. Cognise do., Scotch Whiskey; Where he is prepared to t : a. .
place of its origin nor the manner tofit.- ci>:iv<-\'jnce PertS t a Barbee's order in favor Honongahcla Whiskey, Holland Gin, Madeira not surpassed br any. Western .
to the port from whence it wa hh-pju-J: w ill [L>. de- Moody A Boulter 11C 83 MayithlSW. julJ-2 Wine, Sherry do., l'ort do., Claret do., Champagne in fitting up hs: Rooms attenum,;.... .- ii"

cixive. or even, in most caacs, cf any real I impor 8, 4< 44 J. A. '' n's bill 2.; 00) Absynthe.jyl4y tiou room fur lad'es"Ctted the large -' .. : .',
"
44 44 44 F. Waver Li Ct:01 13 0') Jt.olice.1f T. G. MTET.S. "alshle, besides his.large this marO. ...:

tance.ch property, if shipped; at neutral rVk:: or after 44 u. .(;. C. Powers 14 OIl take this: method to inform my friends and former him to take pictures in .- to .. '
it ha.- In-come lima title nt'utralNlt'tty.} will not a 4 11. E. \\. Clarke's l 7o customers, that I have discontinued my Pllmllix or cloudy weather. ll. t' "r .

1M' I habit tu condemnation, whatever tiny be its Se\ 2, E. Gordon's 33 12 Mercantile butintss in this place and most re"nect- tJ satlsCtct-on: to all who mil f all ia- _* -'e "

d tilUllinn. If it t.himld remain enemy' propcity. a co.< P. 5. TvLr's 5 50 tully request all indebted to me to come forward and GROCERY Arm PRO visiof STOBE. He i is thankful for past and horn .
not*'itlistanding it i if fchippml troni a mulru! 44 5, 4< e. Drt'\\\ '" fi 00 settle their accounts with us little delay as JOs .blc. a continuance,of the ? C ;
.Itft' V
TJhdersizned informs citi
port, and in a niuiralli:]). it wiil I condemned, 44 It;, J. A. Barbee's If :91 17 I will inform them th.it I ha c uu otSce in the store THE Jacksonville respectfully the want pictures, are . '
whatever may be dot.nation.propertr hit ho lint; h Dee?, 44 "'. D. t-ia.th's 44 61 (I tf Jle.-ter Burtou & Graves(Holmes' Block,)ivhere of and vicinity that he has examine his rooms and 1 House, '
or Dipped at Iinti-.li; risk it will be cou- ., 44 M. !'. 44 630: III myself}Ir. GEORGE W. COLE, can be found at all re-crccted his store upon the old site on the burnt. toD. .. V**- '
demuedifili-* proved to be null engaged in a 4' 44 n. "-. 11''YS & Cos bill S8: < tiiiics,ready to settle with those who maw lavor them district, on the fqnnrc immediately below the Bofington dly julS .; a ,.. .
f.therw. .1 If" E. Gordon's' 44 House where he etiUcoutinuea on hand a '* 4.t 'f.' .0.
trade with the enemY, but not TheC" 6362lH'4 w ith u calL 11ESK TlMANUS.Jacksonville .
4IIi
ce of iu origin will be immaterial and if tin re Fla. June 1st Ib34. 15-4 stock ofFamily Charles .
; *" ': '
that h / .
been a botia fade end complete tran-fer of on ncrship Fib I-, Of. C. BUbec, Trcas.F.E.C.SOO 00 Groceries and Provisions ; < -

; to a neutral. (las by ''urchit M the neutral Aprils,44.. 4.< C. Drew, f.ir, printing, 25 market I the good will nut be liable to condemnation 'I J. II. II.! B-urs, fur services .Jl Isaluin-sjys lie belongs ti a 31 rl: Get'lreyOdum tamed on reasonable terms, and fur:. *Sf Ib* ., '

notwithstanding tiiev may hive come to that es Cleik, 1300' of Columbia county. lie is about Is to i u I invite a nil from purchaser per" : : ,'." f
neutral market from the en' ny'" country, cither; a 44 44 J. L. Hogarth, (omitted) 38 00 verj o!J, about 5 fa 15 in heht: When t.kcn he jr.17 J. B. HOWELL. I 1 J'A C B SON V : "..,, a .*. .

overland or b\' sea. Lord CI:1r''II'IIII.t.,1owevcr. U 44 44 {Self, corn's on $l,4B3 7;, had a scar on the left side of his head; had on when ALES in anv part of ..

toolwerve. that; circunihtance-: -* reisonable: sifjicion -: lit 5 per ceut. 74 IS taken up a striped shirt, grey pauUloona and a S and respectfully ; will be .- .
will jutify capture although rclca, and not co 44 To haL '2 straw haL The owner is requested to come fonvard ia ekonvi lie Folluth'yAD Goods sent to th; factors.ruu" i1-. ".1" ,

condemnation, may f.11.,; and that ships With; and prove propirtv, pay charges and tike him ther for prink or suction -\ .*i .. ..r'f
cargoes of Itiu>,ian produce may unt iriprobaVy = i away, or else he will: be dealt'lIh according to law. attended to and amounts 8. C.
be considered, under certaiu circuuistanco, a* lu:- E. GOKDON, Town MarshaL HACHHIC WORXD Subscriber has been ,
ble to capture, even thougU n A liable to condemnation. P. S. The bills of the nl ove account have already Jacksonville, June'th, la.j-1. lofSKOUGHT cumber of years as '
IKOU .hcd and the uuaI forms : ; a
publ complied tie offers no r .
Subscribers: made extensive and .
I am, sir, .our obedient 'servant with to insure IIccuroley. It TO JAIL-a mulatto man by the.J THE lUll hle having in their establishment quiria tliould be made .
11. ADDIXRTOX.. name of Jacob-civs he belongs to the estate improvement cunmiircial house at the -

Foreign Office, March 2J 1 s.i!. EAST FLonioi ORANGE(;Ron-A corresr-on.Vnt Abraham Bissent of Duval county. He is about ere now prepcred Erg> to furniah of from Since; the fire he has .
Steam
nes required
i is to 40 to lit years of age, about 3 fettt 2 inches high,and any power, street on the burnt d strict 're- .
There
an important discroptncr l'urro"tJ of
the Floridian & Journal writing from rack Hill, 1 to lw horse : U .
; p 4/
When taken he had
his full d kcr win white .
mesa is also at present .
exist between the views cf the Engi. Fure'gnSecretary gives; thc fallowing dcAcription of this interesting and S'ITT Mil'' ; : : by 'ff' lII.\ -
t.I ha: 't, gray pantaloon, a black hat. The owners keeps on hand on the most .
!Jill- In
as above aJvanceJ, and those cxprcMM.ilby region cf Florida : requested to come forward and prove property, Sfgar I ; regu oil i-
Horse Pi-wet FAMILY GROCERIES .
the Queen, though it should be conalderud that visit! to the par charges, nod t.ke him awaj,or chic he will Le ; ._ '
Having recently p-ud Orange Grove Grst: ltlls-and all other machinery used in FOB CAsH AXD the dco. e .
in the latter case the rule is a gcnenJ one, and the in Minim couity, East Florid and thinking a dealt with; faccoi ding tala". ties country; julS cf some '. l.',"

declaration* of Lord Clarendon arc in reply to inquiries der:ption of it may not be uniiiti.rv'stiiig to your E. GORDON Town Marshal. Iron and BrasiCastinrs.1'Stcaniboat nll-52 : Te a''fcr ."

fpec'fica'.Iy: made by tho :e cngigt-d In the readers I will attcupt. to the botofmy IIbi.t\, Jacksonville,June t-th,14. ICf J Saw MU1, and other repairing, "_ ...,".-,. a
t. pve some ida of the beant'es of nature os at short 'oullCUO !
you notice. tu thirty a 4 .
lln-Man trade. Alfc>geth"r this c.mutry will itadcr therein di i>-pll Yet a perfect description of a Stoves Stoves I37 AH machnery: purchased from us will be : .. .} .. '"- ';' ', a

and England u> Meld>g the tUlniH which I thing of nature Of beautiful: IB s<> utterly unpo"Mble IL.thWELL: A PERRY, Merchants and Pro- put in Operation] in any part of the Slate, by com- AND : subserip. ,1 .- 0."' ,
Amcnca regards an obnoxmuaiid( : even iftln-y I that it is us it were almost in vain even to attempt T pnetors; of the Eagle Foundry, No. 110 BIM- patent machinists when desired and npou reasonable Subscriber: having e, :t :
were perniMed in, they would bo opjioifd by our it, Tiii- Grove is iu.ited about five mile belowMicanopy ver street, Albany, N. V., offer to the trade FIFTY terms. THE for the Florida .
country with as much deciMon as m IMi. Tbo a small but llourltJiing town, near thed.vuLng'Lne DISTINCT VARIETIES ot Cooking and Heating Drawings and estimates furnished without ernor: of FI"rida will ,
London (Jexptte remarks as follows UJHIU the .itw" between! Marion and Alachita counties. Moves for Coal end Wood. Also u complete list charge Incas entrusted to his :.

advanced by Lord Clarendon: It is umo.t! surtoundcd bv tatar, being placed on of Stove and Fireplace Hollow Ware Plain and MOONEY i GOOKIN, ence in this capacity he

I'erhap it may be of u
don that this na> one of the c.iii.iof the I Iut war neck of land couipntes about three huu'Jrcd acres Jowls, Sink. Iron Jid Clay Furnaces, Agricultural : ; January 1, 1SC4. _6mHanufactcren icrvice All sh'pnicats: : : .
between Engl.ind aid the United .Stat. of America two hundred acrr (,nhith contain nothing bat Kettles! Water Cooler, AI', die him will be promptly aud : .
; and it is'our UlicftU.it if the kJUU' nguKtion I Orange growth. The Orange trees are rather blender Also, ther: new and improved Damond"; -Cal'li; OalSO'lI" : : ; appointed -

be hid recourse to in tho war now decUred it will but run up to eight or twjve or fourteen feet Langes, and Hut Air Stationary and Portable fur T. 0. Holme and C. i deDCC of _
result in a milolr: occurrence. Furt.e.lr" hate forming a ]ietil-ct mat at the top and in consequence naces. Terms lberal. janl.VJmWATCEJIASER and Dealers Boston and Yiliafon! u e of
elapsed since the war with; Anicnc-i/aiiJ in thee a tine shade Lclcath.1 tb. tine; whichI r.f&tN lUacroft petts. k ; baD
,
fort tears the 17l1ittodltL" h ire increase. WL'a.dtrlufl .sued: this grove, the trees were buddwn out, I usually

\, in their wealth their IM.w.r-l.tl niurol and some vf them were in ful! b'oom affbioingu Jilii.a:; 61.0lllJ,. & FiJS T &C. Jacksonville, Fla., Fb. 2 on of aa '
and political-and in their commerce and naviga fragrance vliieli; could icc'ire ely be excelled. 1 he Science
tion. Can we Mipposr they will mm- Mibr.i: 1.1 a tre'< were also I iden with rpe: fruit of List year's AND JEWELLER, JackscmviUe Pta DENTAL "t'r.

restriction m thur commerce which they will repudiated j grov th. presenting the curious ,'ieuuma of matured (In the! Ro forty years ago* Orang auJ bluoms at the same time.- returned from Europe, again begs 1nTOULD inform the public that they are pre'tf' DR. located nt ;them by -..

Let us supjio-c a chip under the Amrr'can 2 ig About o-ih.rds of this prove contains-: nour Or- MAYING! oil'.r his jrr;.cvs to hia old Iriends and V pirisi to acaunfactere at short n'tce; tiny prepared to insert Teeth un .
akin: in a cargof Ku,,:ian produce at llan.'jiirgr : :*. The remainder consist.f the tiller sweet, the public genrJly. With his HJM rieiice fur the kind .f ltU'LE or other cas, in a style un'ur- plans. The patronage of : u4. 4'

.> Meuiel, ft.r.l1 port in thf'! Unittd Mate.-\.I1 thy wL.cli ere almost if not quite equal to the i.rul last twen.-".x years, till a \\Watchmaker he hopes passed by ny makers. Th y keep cotiatintly! .. Dr. B. bra a : { in thoV. _. .-' ,. _. ..

hip be puliject t.. r.zure if fallen ill with ba China Orange. These Oruugcs .re djtnbuiedtvrv tu g-.ve- ei't.ru: sat.sfactlon; to those n h.>wish to hlvsier hand at"thi.r nrimif(/ry, n Its, Guns, IVaols; nerves of cch'ne Teeth --e '# ."
ItntL-h crui er, and the cargo cmidi-tiu:tt.oi"lKtore winter through Hist, tjjulli and a jx.rtkm of [ work done iu a workman l.ke: nanucr.J 'owder, Shut, Led, 1'trciiaaion Cjps, FiaeLs Shot pain. He h-s also a large .
a prize cniirtv ()r. w'.tl the Amcncaits vi.Hjr:: }1.Jdlelorida and I hive no doubt but that in "Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at Pouches and lello! Eli&t: Gun \dding, and oth- :.- ;Septem ii'it.. '- .
.
their fcu.ps: t'J i be detained and bcarcb, while tile the course of three or Cmr rears they will be sent the shortest not.ce.: fb Jy M' SporUmcn's arucl. Together wth Bowie "
ownership of the cargo has to drtinamd: ? I to diff.rent State of the Union and "become ex- \. anti Dirks cf every descr ptoc, and a variety and is prepared;; "io insert : m adtit ... s. i-

.The United :Ltes, it is well Liion, will nut .i-ul.- teiial>L- article of trade.Evcu : of ijthcr art.ck-s, t.) numerous to mention. ova Guns, a. recent and > It,_.. .
mit to any cucb incanveuu.nce. Thee arc cjattjrswh'.ch -o Farmers & Planters : f litiics, shot Guns and Pistols, repaired and December 1st, Si3. Lutti- '4.. '
: mu-t be cmnK-vtl iu t JUl''t' cjr.iuit 'n EsrniATC orGfASO.-Admiral! Jlorseby warranted nvIT-Gm & rr ; ;" .
hae one law fur Amencin *hps and another for hall forwarded to the Admiralty the best inforuiu- For I # 'W ''I'.. ..

uthjr neutrals. The trade of L.igland:: wtli Kus"i.tBuiouuU ton: he could obtain rejtect; the amount of Attention! TH03. i. HEMJEICKS. JAMES H. CHESi. very desirable place, BOsT&t. t' ..t ..

to f>evtral millions iu the year, and it guano now remaining ou the Claudia Islands; he Owners of and worn-out Lands To Plantera and Lumbermen A as having some .
must not be be biippOM-d that it is carried on for is of the opinion that nt the prese-nt average rate of poor near Jacksonville, being .
the exclusive buiiehl of Kuiu; on the c :itrar>-, it exportation tin Island: v.lI: be exluuiu-d of the use LEIXAUy THE UnJers'giJi-d: --;ns t.,naed a copartner fifteen from the Car, } '
will be found that Uritmu Ulercb.mt-II:1"e the prc.- guano that would pay freight or be saleable in the ; fr the urpvxL etr aat::ng a tract. For particulars, .. :

test pecuniary intcrvt in i: Th. ought to be English market in eight or nine \"t'J'S. He says American Fertilizer. GENERAL MERCANTILE CUSINISS AT mrKf ; sr.Lo 1'y.
that from the northetu pnucpal; island! .
strung induceuiettt to the Government not uancoirany or more MA'NOL.IA! E. F. 0- .
to throw d.ficuUitand: linpeiiimeut in the than third; of the piano: has been r..mu"L-d, but AtarenittatofrftlteKjUitl at no tyiaL It Jtatfu would respectfully! call the atteutlon of ell who are W9ln ?ow "* '1

way of o-r coiiimcrce. We again, a" we have un> there *uiain &1.lIl.It" ,"J1JO'.J' tons of that termed 1. ertrimictiy uf-d fur; the }titt t.rtc lIt i* de[ rous of mirclusisg: che.'ply, to their large and and
'
f'.rmerlJCeiunii.l'\'l'OUm"nd the:,oliy I..\-'ld..I';-I "Eaglwli pi:mo, as formerly alone selected fur 'ftiH'iflruhia, *''fir JerMv i Jlt.lnri.rt, Jryuimi, weU-itle-cte-a Stock, consisting in part ( SASH : and .
*d for which the Uulti-d: &t.iti-s contend cud whet!: tile Eng! .h market about 5tt"Oiiu.." tons of that ':'tr'uinautt, we hope eventually hI.. the tablhud law of xpf.rted by ships America: and cI.t here, and 1.1.1.11)01(01": Gri>Kiig of \JI\ "-'I., Cam, Dry Goods, Groceries, Qneensware, or ,Sinkers .
nations for every manUme .lmIlT-tl1 th' IKItrality ::-I aboutc.: ',"no tons of inferior guano rest r\ed for '''ij.aluft, TJnui;, VJt'tn a id < 'b./ntr tse.ctx Hats, Caps, Crockery Jl-&ciaes and Glassware, SArfil, DOO?S, ,. S :1t
of the flag 1 hall protect the cr.I. If it b-: tli" coast trade On the centre i-land he say; ?, KL HAD J.3' HALF Tl'W ITJCL OF Boot nud Shoes Dregs, regularlv impurt from .
adopted by England in the pres-nt war, it will I here may be about feOO.'KX' tout of the ti..t quality G i'AA'V, ,t IM fe :.:I41,uttd tcill nut turn the Ite,. Iron,'adS, P.uit, OJ, ecu at very- reasonable Proprietor. .
rave much political difficulty and biiVeriu i-ud I and 7ofy"0 (If the second. The Bouthera a-id ONLY $25 A TOS, OF LVJZ ::O LBi. Uard\varu and Cutlery, Window Glass. J. .. t ;

it will secure to England the support and frcu'- smallest island has not yet been worked, but from [ 'o Ftrtilizfrtfor I'sult Trttt and Grape Vine*- ParKcul-r attention paid to the Provision Busi- jan S6-6m *? .a
ahip of eitry commi.rcial country iu Eurup.'S. its windward pos,tlnii; the piano is iufrr.or, and A tare reiitfty'fur tie 1'ejxL Worm aiul t4 C\r- flosS. H Iv.C"rn1' -11> Pork Flour B.icon: Fish f" .j
bas no great dt-pth. Our repriBeutitive at Lima culiuftJuJ! 1'niprietar, Molasses ougur, constantly! on hand in large. For & '. .. .. -'. a

SHIP TIKBES.-As th;' domaad fir Vp hj< in- wr tes that the commWion wait I I.v the Peruvian GEORGE A. LEINAU qu'mt :. I valuable an r" .'*. .J ." -
Sovernment to the Cuiiicha I. ands Produce all kinds THAT -
crea* d, and the most ucce-.ib'e timber lands hive lately surrey purrhased.All .
I :
been exlmuxu-d, feh-p-t.inbt.-r: has become exceeding have not yet publ.f: hi-d tlie-f reiwrt, but that he has No. ID South Front street PhJadeJphia City, are mv.ted to call be-fv/re making purchasesels e ca"4,rntuticd tx-lr.ijgin at .Mauuann l ih : S
State of
ly valuable, and an important quet-tion ar whence future tuppl** are to derived; and what '.'.'.., tons and that at the actual rate of czvtiditire free of Postage, at any Wharf in N. ..-A 1 1.rgc assortment of Negro Good?, such from Jack ovill". J St

effect the growing}ecsr-city t.mber: will lure. it will take 14 years to exhaust: the he et).. as KineyE, Blankets, &c. 'Imuw. kani nearly new, .
the internsts 4.f commerce. .Alrc ,. .a VII the upon New 1 nlaii York Journal t.f l jjebbtilcLre found in the Lobos Islands and other \"ts of Pnin.DEi.pniA October 15th, 1S33. wacrandzi fine bee I." .'
are 8Ometimet
greatly cmbarraMttd for uck of;n',table timber IVru, but that the guano of the CU.iic'ua; Islands is G. A. LEISAC-Doar Sin I used your American Fashionable Alco aiHiih'of dOt r'litt"boY"nt,liod., b ,' .4-

:; and in a few years except from tht.star.t intenor pnsdjre-d: superior; on account cf the grert quantity FertiljEer, aud found it equal to the best Peruvianjiuno. vHnity rontunlii .ilIl.e' ,!--,'. >-- I la ..+. Ii .
the supply must almost fill SjK-culators of ammonia in it. lie has been instructed to I used it side by ido. J'y farmers were B 0 0 t-.7F.ta 1ii nfl. iiiijMO-ffit ana lUltivaleil, for -V. .,. t 1..
obtain infurm-ition the ofuitratucf much the of : but in the :
and foreign agvuU are Kcattc-rud through the c:un- respect ing deposits cppot-ed to use chem.ealmamjreit, furfl ornne urn uP'III1.. _. .at. S
try, in all directions, from the L'r.tiiii 1'I'fjv.r.CC t.> M>Ja on the surface t>f the Uamjia of Samarugnl l. 1 1 iv Jl UM it again thn: 1:. Pluaafsend me S H TilE Subscriber would inform the Public; that Al.a 1.1 of lall.1| a'.tile and .t .04
the Florida Capt kupphuignotonlr the demand which stretches along the coii>t (it Peru.It tons to brnvma, Delaware. \ "gone through the fire," ha can be to Ju'iu t"III'.k.lmlf a up e' -0 !
for domestic but send. is believed that there are large bed of nitrate (Signed) ALEIASDCB PATEBSOS.LEIV found at his shop, at present located on the burnt ronUiii.injt-875 100 arr.l of any l. ,; .
off
a .
quantities consumption of timber) to England: I'nince: enormous and- of Soda alnu in Mexico, and the British Consul at \L'S AMERICAN FEITII.IZER.IlCo'lr district; on Forayth street where he will continueto r 13 Ira,Pal.red!.and 25 under 8. 4. K cnlu A*..., .p66m f" : .

other portion of the European coutiniut. The rapid Vera Cruz has been requested to nuke inquiries what Mr. Borksdale of Virginia, says of Lei- manufacture to OrdL'1'Gentlemen's made npon II,Bud U euntauu w f- -

extension railroads bu opened va.t sections; vf upon tbe sutjcct. In a letter to the Uirl of Clar- nan's American Fe-rtmzer. I Boots of first quality an-4 "aluahl..Iabrr' "IJr' 'c" "- .J; -
timber lands affording tsropurary n-litf but New endon, be states that there is no doubt of the exist- "Upon my Tobacco plants tour Fertilizer surpassed I To a pe''u wssl'tnylo :. .
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York and Sew Jersey, which were former! the ence of this salt in many parts of the table land any thing I ever usid. t mean to try it ou my ns well as execute repairing in general. He flatters pm..ny M 11':011'1\1.. ..' | 4-
himself: that the satisfaction he has sided lb- '. J.. u'. ua .
0
timber fcute have foiled and Virginia of Mexico, but that the difficulty of communication Wheat crt'ths; year, 1854. general given
great *, nearly _
Delaware audJiIaryUnd are now principal with the coast prevents the hope of its being He purchased M}$tons. while following the business in St. Augustiiie, as p-t nab otttr Ihert alll.l iwirr polaf frtf,-k J
timber $tate*. Very recently! live out has been brought to the Gulf for; shipment nt anything like Hear what William }Fowcll Esq., of Camden co., well as since his of residence here will entitle him to mid stop ilver boau rbeu ( .. .
the those who wish
a reasonable cost until railroads are established of patronage a well-fitting -
procured from Louisiana knot from and New landed.
Michigan, Jersey, saj s:
Boot made out of the best material. He will ,
which the prospect is very distant. endeavor For particular.as to term* !
other varieties timber from Ohio. used I/einau's Amer.cau Fertilizer on a ol }
part ,
.. ,' to perform his work with every degree ofrumplDess C. P. \ Bailing. ; ': :3 iIi
i men .
my 1 rm w 11.C1111"U 1 suudea} my"'ooWL
and fidelity. mart C F & .
Mrs. Anna Whether % who, with her children, How TO GET A FEAVHKB BID.-The fallowing extract it upon my Corn crop, and where the Fertilizerwas ja2 -0m CHARLES POETTING. of !
recently dwd at Key West was tbe daughter (.f is from Lover's "lUndv Andy:" used my crop of Corn was far superior to the Duval : with- .
Moms; J. Wheeler, who nerved in the Mobile "In carrying off a small thing ofa feather bed other part, where I had used Guano aud barn yard eonnee- t t'l'
Rifle Company during the Creek rebellion in J s.G.oC Joke Take, the burglar showed the skill ofa high manure. I will use it on all iny crops this season, LIVERYSTABLE. Thr virtue of iron ia '
about eight v y ing men comj>oiiig the Company practitioner, fur h e descended the stairs back 1854." Jvemrd, I will' offer -it were, _
does,In the town of Jnrk n : what rust
Lieut XVT: na tbe only married member. wards. Hear what Dr. Wm. W. Clark says: '". 18F.nrulU' .It'M,1he ration hh like

After enduring the scotching beat of tbe rummer'sran 44Baciwards for f""You11 exclaimed Lorry Hogan, "what'sthat WEST PHiLAnurnu, Nov. 17,1 B5. TIlE Subscriber is now prepared to accommo- U n nim-b U.ft1ofa.-.1II pay lEON .:' ."

while scouring the inuumatic wilderness in I used Lcinau's American Fertilizer very succcssfullv O hu customers in any way shape or man- MMMvd ipiini-t the estate flr cheap, '11& J' .,, .. "
said
March of the wily he returned borne see by and by Grosrzins."IIedescauded I and tbeieon f.'r the year 1K3, ,
in horses
first
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in ruepf uLd apparently Lischair. backwards wheu suddenly he heard the ; the ground is very poor, being a heavy ncr, rate style, from splendid aitendimt aid 'lr peculiarly' : J fp .
good health, suddenly expired iu clay sod. I used the Fertilizer upon the hills of carriage down to horseback riding. eipntto need .
and female voice Diced : ,
Ui door opening exclaiming: l .d Iiig in
orphan lath wan immedutvly aduptd .
of the
PARTICS waited hour- day or
at
Where with that bed!" com; the stalks grew fourteen feet high and heavily on any CU Milelr -k,on thermal ..
by the Rifle Company. The helpless little grl "I'm going are going stairs you with it, ma'am," said Jake, eared and mv potatoes are of a very superior night Culls made to any part of the.city for per Bohcn and Tb qnw L S2p r49 "
\ was cherished protected,and educated; each member backward up favored his lie and he began quality: and A full crop. It gives me pleasure to sons who wish to take the steamers. enfft Creek,and on the .mRda .
ofthe Company watched her with undisguised whose position recommend your American Fertilizer to all my Every exertion will be made to please.It John Roberts and John : .
eflectton until khe arrived at womanhood, and was to walk up spain. .A.,BLISS SJXWaem. .
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friends and I am well satisfied it will pay the Farmer Iran : .
united "Come down, ,said the lady;- e.JrBllt no bed Tu Aitewnr and' .
to Mr. Asa F. Tift. L ie her flitlicr,she was for its extensive use. fbSm Near the Buffington House. vd 't'
trtcken down in the vigor of youth end usefulness. here mut..r Nnftll1flerlllb,11lJ.. .
"lir. Sullivan ma'am, *cqf Oucn or TH TERM "Ou Dollmmr.-Ft'W himself;" said Jake *. ** American Fertilizer. Hoe & Go's. Patent Ground Saws. March,1854Fob 0.IBM. _e y :.
I "Come down I tell ," said the lady in a rage, BoJUE-Towtr'Kew Tbe above.> tarnnberp ,-- -'
you 1953. ,
Jersey, .
things well
calculated mind
are MI awaken iu the 4 .
I "there's Mr. Sullivan here.I ." of Subscribers; ; from the best .day In AprU-M cell II, : dIIL:2'
no brother-in-law Conrad manufectmtif
ff the proud Virginian when wandering in foreign i My lloerper, Beverly, THE 1 be above ial. i*mrtiw ": 'f, a
lands,touching reminiscences of home and kindred. beg your pardon, my la4y" said Jake. Then New Jersey, |used your Fertilizer upon hut cornfields STEEL, CrfiCULAR SAWS, from divinBIiy_Aprlie:1854 I 1
around and marching off with the bed Cur and raised from fourteen sixteen feet two inches to inches in diameter.' Their : (. f
as the simple mention of the "Old Dominion." turning corn to : eighty Tb.'YI.ale l I.further .
And yet there are comparatively few who ore aware and easy. high, with ears ranging.from eight hundred to Saws.are hardened and tempered, and are groundand day In Jnry IIJBM Ti.' '
ef the origin of lie term which baa so long and sopenerallv Well, there was a regular shilhoin the house eleven hundred grains apiece. The yield was verj finished by machinery designed expressly for Hair. ,. ::4; : .
been applied to Virginia. It originated when the thing was found wit and cart ropes great I received the cargo of American Fertilizer the purpose and.are, therefore, much superior. to .Duval growth. 7- "..' '
thus During the Protectorate of Cromwell, the wouldn't hold the lady >r the rage she was in. I purchased from you, and shall use about two those ground in the usual manner, 'u they"are "Dy virtue'of: takes the 1

colony of Viaginia refused to acknowledge his an. .S1 hundred barrel on my.Farm.Bordentown this. strengthened and stiffened by'increasing them'in .,Xr., 4 dI Win 11I.for l it is so
thorify end declared Itself independent. Shortly Tax LOST SOLDUB*-Information from Fort 11,. year,1854.' : jtm thickness regularly from the cutting' edge to the ttaa"4 st,Lu tile town of ": 1st; '4 : :f '-.

J I after, when Cromwell threatened to send a fleet Tea ays the Tampa Z&roW states that one of theSoldier' centre, .consequently do .not become heated ,rbuckled ;MamT mach i*thereof..ry,18M. will in Bald .. : *
: and reduce to wet NOTICE. All indebted ,-and produce a great saringin timber: to dark gtoes ,. .
army to Virginia subjection the TtfortMbr U8 a few weeks ince,u persona .,v iaz'asse apiiast S. A, '
,. CASTBTEEL
alarmed Virginians sent a messenger to Charles has found his way bock to the Fort,after an absence to the estate of William Donaldson They also maon&etare AN.BlLLE1' .tuccibcr with all 11_ beams : ;
IL, who was then an exile in Flauders inviticj of 18 days, subsisting principally upon berries Ac.Ho late of Duval county, 4etare hereby requested PIT AND CROSS 'Cin-BAW8.of,wtuch levy and .ak>,via On* : b''they '. f.
they hate I
., W to retain in the chip with the messenger, ana state that he separated from hia comrade the to make immediate payment to the undersigned. WEBS,of superior quality, all the kBowit as Pan-Jo.e, "'. resedas : '.

; be king ef Virginia. Coarlee accepltid ttie inviU- first day out,and b*has not beea heard of since. His And all persons having demands against said estate for sale or)Mmhants they may obtained the of Daiiud principal SUM .Bt.. John*!, liver, IB Po.. but tboee' l

I tie; and was on the eve embarUUon, when be novel manner of finding the Fort$an original idea are required to present them duly proven, within Hardware throughout bandied.cicbrjMw. and-a. .-.t"' <

: 7 TU celled to the throne England.. As loon U ADd may prove of come benefit to ojourneas at thasutioa. the time required by.thLTL.law otherwise this notice will and Canada. U. HOE &Co.' T*i AiwaorMd '_" by' 4

"y-i be was hirfy..se oo his throne, ia gratitude for .lie remembered .esch morning while at be plead D bu.- ", s DONALDSON, _. .S3 end 41 Gold-Street. 2Jov.thse5c! : :: "' '.
, ". a the loyalty of Virginia, be caused her coat of arms the Fort the arrival of large flock crows,aDd th* Ju 15-8w AdJuinistratrix.DMU1STRATOR'S -i.- *Pnhusher' of *who will insert Th allow nl Is ,'- r>.<
, -.'' tbq artere4 with those of AcI.Jre1aD4 end tboogfat struck him thai by porsaing the direction thSTadvati ment three newspapers tunes with this &<**.and Mareb.teM-T b.*,t8M.'Tnabo .' w Y Gd .<: -ft .'' 4
;- HcoUaad, ee ea independent member of the empire taken by them,be might find bin way back and by; KOTICE.-Six months. betb7JZ e_ if rtb- :f
lame
.d in after date I shall apply to the Hon.Judge olProbt fcrward nsspepercautainbgthe ,4ay ta ADrilMaiHiB..I8M.Tb .
portit t the old cIoa Urnce : watching his pilots, arrived at the Post a '- i sevenl' 1 4
.. .the origin of the term.' Copper coins of Vir- pretty JirJr condition ccs'.dcringbls long tintingi; t fDttval twunty, for letten>dismiasoryaJa riD the >.' a mtoi bfik ( it:tt* :. .' : ,4i if
.' Pia Indians vmtin'ng a4mia1atra&ca.o" ataa ofTbomaa W.Jouea. me ,_ dayIaMay-ApribI854. .I. _.i'. I.
Meowl-wcn everal
e4 late as the reign oIIL are aesrchingforihs ment.' "' : '- .TIle allMe.Is farther ., f .
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uUIUCEXIEL .
earp wtkh Scotland bore ea one aide the coats of' absent ODe and they express tbe belief that he may;. JKm ." .''A.dmi !en4 Toil; April 2Vt 54V :'; m .day to July BUU-JUM 13,. '' ug '

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"\ ..*v-' '. J: '. 4 '.. aldi'nVV: rejoteato inform yoq that thl"]ottJveel.e nut stamps,addressed to-DS. KINKEUNj PBilad-. ; ; Philadelphia &:1aYaina1 I
1 l *\ r J .- f t't bntrtMedicIii*has the exalted *ia, f*. will secure aeopyoT either oftt above t ,& Ftewefo
I .. : W'- 'wi .a.wi 4 .: t. .. 111)malte having tested Its look* by re turn stasH|r.r twelve topic will k*m : Steamship'Line .
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I J-1J ., ". ', .-'he'itii4iiib1eeing&r I t' t tt S.... .nd" W. Ilr.) UaolOW.Ky., July 81; filing Agent,fcetsapplpricr !wholesale M Ut*poblUbtf CARRYING THE UNITEDBTXTEB MAIL. ABEHOUSE
which admit of a large profit. '
,t. iC f.\: e 7o1 wboiThieu s l uJeh touI t.. ". try 18SJ the, Hd: Dr.I.e bed Ge.omDer performed and b- -.. AIlIAltUl.} atb* post-paid. STATE OF GEORGIA,to'' '.Sd PdNflt.dH.
\ \\t HQfad. BlU
I 'P. Ofep&nd %eathu IcmlI ,, : Heel I a.t b 0" S :iso tons, Capt J. J.OAavnr,Jr. .

I 'to4..aa4d '1.. :.conf'enj ., ,, r J.Grt la, Introducing Ky..June 85 your, 1KB Uonfjsnd, said. "We JUt 'mEDIanmS'JPhiel": "KEYSTONE 8TATE" Curtains, Curtain Goods fee. fee. tee

\ .. 't" KJcr wto so lone aT they 5, t q to. '' \" ter*.' riunicians and eer pwe tem by in* never ,Fail <1,500 tons Capt BOBCBT ILvun. NO. 140 CONGRESS A 67 ST.JULIAN Sn.
t bairdoten and dozen : 4 nnety-eight passages without a single' failure. River

I .. Upon whose path a mother's leva .t." \ I ,, Dr P. Fa.inS Bro.. Knoxville, Tean., Aprle. TO GIVE SAISPACTiONlln. navigation 100 miles on the Delaware. THE'Subscriber would respectfully Inform tbe

It 1 Sheda.DOUtahol1n11 I IJpTo "I. 18. .. Miters are'now selling )f..a ,- Only two nights at,sea. that ba baa now opened tile moat

_ I .J> 44- .. _' v. gentle form above them bends .; 1; t I..ever to prrn lean that,baa baa been used benefUted.It,** ,far a*. w*-hae /'.'ROSE is an honorary member. UUU50 DATS nUT W1DXKSDAT rROM BACK POtT, assortment of all the vsrtoua atyles of Goada eoaaplete

S **To .T"" *.,cmlrrty vegetable; UI invignrata il. of the Philadelphia Medical 8octetyalidgfidu4ted Asrouows. : usually kept in similar establishments. .The Stock
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'i 8O" uDQchop PWTo hen they.trm, nrvrr prostrate Itand can 10 1830 from the t'niversity or retlll.lnnla.llneler the ,STATE OF OA." "KEYSTONE STATE." of the different departments will conaist ia part of '
!! v Kef6ic ** ( ( KoIloMay's be ased for infant a*well a.adults. guidance of the truly eminent Professors Fbytie,Chap the following roods vixCARPET
"he.ll. torn Sav.Feb'y From I'liiL From PhiL
(kb To the ._ For sale by respectable d'*l b f.br T. MCMILLAN far Medical Science. Being olielted by inonsJiwd ofhis 8 Feb'y 1 Fcb'y 8 M 13 Velvet
tj : 4 Ohi .!: pgoe* rInaeoSrtsoftaD the ritienioftti! ( UnlwdSUtcK t'I. a patient to put up his preparations, be now offers to -M 22 15 22 March 1 Royal. Velvet Tapestry, Brussels -MoeetBnu.aels .
< l.W1T n 0 humbly wad Mnccrel taol yoa Im- Jacksonville, Fla. tde pablie as the result of nl*experience for tb- pat March 8 March 1 March 8 4tU 15 Brussels Tapestry and Lrnsaels toe
; ew namnsge wbirb 'rnu myrUU. thirty year,Ole lollowlng valuable family Medicines,, 44 22 CI' 15 22 29 stairsj three-ply, wperfine, fine and commoa 1*
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BnlnoBonrArQfs&purtttU at .* I tHe ibis eppottnaity of siatinit that mjanetaton eacli suited to dt.easeil : plain anal twilled Venitian for
// :/ ; < : on* a specific I II April 6 29 April 6 AprQM'J 12 grain stairs hallo.
: were all American citiaen,and UIII I entertain I &.; Drnggt. fi-*, 12-4, and 18-4 In
t AmtbsatckilL'i I 4' 19 12 >< width, ofev

j"I i ..' .;Judge kiadly of the 1 ,_ far Sit Uin cooeerni') America M' and so the Amerlal.leDHltel1 lnll! $.500) Challenge! DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INTIG. May S April u 26 Ma". 19 3 28 10 Stoop variety llats jpattvrns; Table and; Hearth Piano CoVert Rags Parlor aad-
silver
mote suit climele 17 HIT 10 aad
a. 17
sour ORATING CORDIAL. 24
.f,f k &w mpule. l"el 1.iI"zprdl\ brass oval and Stair
.1 Octagon
OT' trf living, Intending 44June 81 24 81 June 7 Rods Stair tiDeD
Th greatest In Medical science. Till*
1 f' discovery
&c.'c.
J/ P- :J&doftthebearthtgaeetseem 10 e uhli li myself among yon, which 1 have now HobcnsacKsWORJfl 14 June 7 June 14 .
21
a3iJf| jfca -. .- In New York. astonIshing preparmion tot raising up a weak eonathtutint -, OIL CLOTHS
.4 :. j, :ia i lone,by taking pL ,debilitated by care,labor, mudy, or disease,sell 28 M 21 28
; 10LLoVAY. like a charm. It jive strenzth aud and Cabin Of every width, from one to eight yards, for halls
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: # SrRlJP.AD appetite, poe.lessee $2000
L cf"flthfilVofced5rects! : comer( Ann & Ns.nu passage .
K ersten
j"( I' ,7l % 33 .tre great invigorating qualities.For Steerage passage (reduced to) 7 00 dining rooms, steamboats saloons Ac.; Rosewood!
i : ,.. ''/ < : Ortid them onwariptest PURIFICATION UK! 'HIE Hl.OUO, LCD LIVER article founded on clrniine principle, compounded bean disease..all nervou affections,flatulence, Steerage can through to New York mahogany, and small figured furniture Oil-Cloths.
4 AND BIUOU3 with purely vegetable substances, being per- heartburn, .livi ness, Dumbnr, ri.-uraliia,'lalxing passengers go 44.4, and 6-4 wide; figured India-rubber clout
"And ifthqr ga jf a ennin. wr *&\: a. The ctdai'nf of the Union luQVr much fr m disorders IV.clly safe when taken, and has never been known to the spirits arid giving power to the whole system,It ia by the 7 o'clock 2d class train for one dollar and for stairs. -

\ ., :}iddb 1p thexuothcu1 of til* Liver and Stnmarb. Scarcely any are (ten from ail in turing the most obstinate case. \Wormc never alrnoettniiaculousluiteffecis. 90 cent a bottle. uly cents and by the 1st class train for two dol CURTAHfi
r \ .> the influence of th.ie'd'Btruetive milidle.hence life exist when this remedy once used from the fact larS.C. Silk'and
; wkentbe'slnlUlandthefraiLt rant. The them tint moves all the A. L. LAMAR in Savannah. worsted damask DeLaine worsted and
; wears women are perhaps hInd that it not only detroy DR.1. S. ROSE'S GREAT PAIN CURER. Agent linen damask
4 .' t the tempt<5d and te tried sonic in tin world, up to a certain: prio. dime and mucous which may remain. HERON.& MA1JTIN De Laine figured and plain-Damask
with
Dv you suffer any p"ln-1f you do you will find of color white and
; variety buff
hiss their for
+ lo good shadea-
.: Unspotted one!' irrwing ray ninny In.1 TilE TAPE WORM. immediate, relief u> usins Or. J 8. an..'. Pain Curer.It ofitf Agents in Philadelphia.Us .
'S S .> alnthIpt. I 1'blelio the be-"y of life. t11lh lad evils may TbI worm i*the most ciiffl.-ult one to destiny or all 1 i is the only I preparation which cure alinrnt instantly WINDOW SHADES.I .
Oh, sptlrn i el Iual r by continually keeping the that inhabit, the human-MHiy.: It grow to an almoa Rheumatism from Cold Pain S. Mail-Line. Transparent landscapes
tcm aide the I I.Ive ,I Ftnmnrh In hrnll".r- ra-teneu ore Throat In ibe I medallion garland and
*Thou not what thou been I Jlru.d .11,1 and re.emble I indefinite k-ngtli.and becoming*o coiled and ride, IIIIl'k. or limhs; fare,ear or tooth ache; stomachor white and gold, entirely new style Cord
wl'l plantsInaeoneenial Loops
bo't e'e h'st I lion O"wlll\.I) in the intestines cud *to ach a* to produce FitfBl iw WHl". ide buck stiff neck .
> or ; bruLoeI,eorn. or Tassels together with all the
: Wit tls even less-.- A. it thnle regard,wber the preservation eieinnl spring of the appear human Vim.'Dance, fcc..which I I. the cause or many going have chillblain Wherever }ou have I aim, use the Pain New York & Savannah for curtains and shades. various. triiamhS
4 to rlo. to the stave not believing that Ihe1'fl"mplalllll Curer. Bold to all *. Price 13 -, SB and 50
thy would' vent age cent STEAMSIIIPS-SEMI-\VEELY LINE.
reproach life much l le effected
lp the duration of may ., their origin from the Tape Worm; consequently,! ) they bottles. GILT CORNICES.
p. .: 'they we motherless I and I say r..rlefI1Ib.t health and lifi. can be pr.<> do not use the proper medicine for their dim-aso 'I'o On and after March 18th, the new and splendid Bands, Loops and Pins of the greatest variety
"" Imiced tir mnn1yeaf beyond their ordinary limit* IIHollowaV'i those who are all licied with this awful Toe to html fa, side-wheel and patterns, of the latest
importation
I1. ". A blessing on the motherless, I'IIt.are taken 1 pmily the hlw. according I recommend, Ihe yes or my Worm 8yrnp and Liver FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, AND steamship will be sold at wholesale ; all of which
in tan Florida 1,300 kina Capt. M. S. Woodhull or retail, on the
for contained directions most
Where'er dwell lo the rule laid dbn-n helt Pills. Tbe S'up 10 be taken in dost < ( two table- lib.
j they on-earth. ,''h accompany eli bz. t'ponnCul*,three time a day. Then rake from five to WHOOPINGCOUGH.The Alabama 1,300 tons, Capt. O. R. Scbenck, erslterms.mL
Wit the homJftffhjldhood; Case of weakness and debility, of tight or m1.lv.r Pill.. 10 dislodge and pas theWorm i bent Couth t>j rup In the woild. Dr Roie's Augusta, 1,500 tons, Capt. T. Lyon H. GUlOK Agent

S Or hearth Ity strictly ro'lnwi/lllbeRl'directinns.the moat celebrated Cough Pyrup elves immediate relief In the Knozville 1,500 tons, Cupt C. D. Ludlow, d29tf 140 Congress and 57 St Julian ala.Jevefrflifry .
4 aUhutg ten years' obstinate ca>e*of Tipe Worm can be speedily cured. wont Cough,Whether coiuuniptive or proceeding rrom
'.Mue b ave their heads, CUUGtl .(standing) ,. ROUND OR STOMACH WORM. a cold. It allay. any irritation of Ihe lung and fortifies will leave.New York and Savannah every Wednesday '-. !
the future attack. bottles and Saturday. ![
bright the6nnwfthin. of a Letter from Astor This worm Is usually found in the small Intestine, system against la at 50
1 : 0 God, protect the motherless, CoP llon-e, 1ew Yorkdaied Jan. 5, IU4. and I i.< the worm most, common to children. Yet it l It c'nlllind one dollar.Children These ships are the largest on the coast unsurpassed
.1 To ProCelr HOI.IXIWIT: not entirely confinnl to then,aa adult have frequently are also liable to Croup; which dang ronscnmphiinl in speed safety or'comfurt making their At Savannah.
: : vvAnd keep them fm'an I. with the heartfelt plenvnre I have to suffer with ihi-m. The yield, immediately to Vr.J. S. Ro.e' never in
I i 4*," f ir-III n ben known tn symptom most lulling I'rll'eZ5l''III. passage 50 to 60 hours, and are commanded by
I ls that I to health and Crnuptymp.
r..IO.d while affected with thiiworm,ale burdnesi
t :
: '. 1BRi; ti strength by takint your Pill" For the I last ten year I and prominent I luilot'! nr the holly," ,1I1I1.1"01I., loosene-s ihe Whooiing| Conch, another complaint always' worse skilful careful and polite officer They offer a l\\.TOTICE.-I in constant and regular receipt
LOV.1
t '- fuflerrd fmm a derangement oCtheLiverand Stomnrh, bowel,picking at the Ilo.el a bluish strntik under the in cold and damp weather. Th ufflirted find great re- most desirable conveyance.to New York.Cabin j' of rich and beautiful varieties of Jewelry
and was reduced, to such an extremity that 1 earn up li.-fin the use or Dr. Itos-e'. \\hooping Cough tfyrnp, passage, $2:. consisting in of Diamond
rvct, &t.. If you or any or your children have all or part Rings Pins Earl
This Home J )
the
'. ;: beautifulmadrigal, says our: mlhil never einertlnc to go to sea neain, I I had the abOT symptoms. HOBENSACK'S WOBA1 HVUUP whiehalwrry. relieves and prevent the disease from })PADELFORD FAY &.CO., ring, Crosses, and Stnds fine enamelled
,: '.' written : by F. Nichols Crouch, (themutborTof ted remedy: thai was recommended to me, I ut can safely be depended upon. By using It jou running into other disease,such i* fnf lamatinn of the Agents in Savannah. liens, Sktre! buttons Ear-rings and Medal-
Nubs
: comps lungs, ia the chest Collar-
: ". "Dermot As H' purpose,and had given myself up to despair, I have a err tain, .a'e. and spee.ly cure; and if, after 50 cents.Eon dropjy. and consumption. Price SAMUEL L. MITCHELL Buttons and Studs. import Carbuncle,
DY when I wan at last f>take i'iIle. do. do.*
ue rl-ullended your usi"1111 according to the direction the patient i. nol n7y 13 Broadway New York. '
fine IS k't
tore and otherpopular ) and which has After D.lnr them for three niontln. the remit I La thit I Iam restored in health and the worm ihornuehly eradicated gold Mountings Charms.
8np now in better health than 1 havp been for eleven from the rest assured there ALL DISEASES THE KIDNEYS I have the best assortment of good articles
I sung before Portland by the author tyt-iem.you can is no remedy To Travellers Going North. now
b and indeed as well cc ever I in on hand shown
year past, was ) beyond the grave..a for fail, there U no such ever to customers. Rich pearl box
11.Arthurson, has been recently pulihe life. Yon are quite JJbeily* to make this. known ( word as fail will those \vl.o use my worm "yrup.A3nARlDEt'I"tR AND BLADDER. and glass Brooches of the very finest kind for family
It sale at the music stores. the benefit of oUiern. > Dr. Rose'. Compound Fluid Extract of Bnchu. Thi hairwork or Daguerreotypes
U. S.
.' I are Sony ? > SMAlL THREAD UURM3. Mail Line. having in our city
remain
I sir
,your repeetfnlly i I. decidedly one of the bet remedies ever used for 1)1- tbe best in
artists both
that the words are not given in the quaint orthography Signed) JOHN These worm,to which the humin 'Y'lenll.i linble, or the branches ol the United
.. ( JIJN'oN. senses Kidney, Kladder &1' and also for .
the lIIoAllroulol".ollle of all otlieis. Through In 48 to 50 hours. States Lava Ear-ringsofthe
are
Tliey are most
Pilhi generally exquisite workmanship
i celebrated are in
affections.
; : Alwny
ofth ; Gouty bijhly recommended the
original! manuscript whch by;pcrtjnission > Te. the following wonderCulyemencou. to be r.nnd in the r.tllll',and ir allowed to remain by different: patterns and sizes. I have
late Dr.
r- i'byilc, and of the ruott sets
eOlplalll many dutinguUhed
.' .. o the authoi,"we prn bloWi 'This I Are >H Prop'y fioin the irritation they produce, lay the fnundn- medical men abroad. Price 50 cents. New York & Charleston in Dii.rucco cases of Ear-rings Brooch and Bracelet
I a tion for wrloit disorders, sue'h a* inflamviion or ilie
r) Jaumii'cF.rynpela !
and
The "" >m-niery, Ear-rings Brooch and single Brooches imported
bowel a/lollliloer derangement of the vinmacb. The SEMI-WEFKLY STEAMSHIP LINE.
a "mgwi undoubtl"bme Piiui.p'! *, l.iverrnmplalnliFemale of
; .' wr in thematcnd Blolrheton Irregl.nmliago best nnd wrest medicine th t can be n>ed I I. IIUREN) FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, etc. Leaves AdgerV Wharf every Saturday and Wed- terns. finest quality of god and unique pat
musc My assortment of
t Skin ularit'es: KACK': WORM fiVKl'P. Such I I. the astonisliine Tbe LIver being the largot; eland iu the human body after Ear-rings and Brooches
the arrival of
f united to the f nesday, the cars from the
score, they a har- I"'ellnmplalnil. is than
of Meiiictne over A"andes that I larger usual having had all the
: r Tholics Fit FIpr. kiOI. power my defy nay itl ii more mquenlly' deranged' than any other. Then South and West new patterns
I a b .. cmlinltion rarely t be met with; and I file, Rh.umat1m.! Ci.ntipatiunorUieBetrntionoflhe one to prodnre aca'-e where my Worm Sytup:and Live follow Uyspcpyin coniiiipation! cold r.et. and lonolnppetite I brought cut.
I v_. when rendered with that expression of which both Gout HoweNl.'rine Pill.are recommended tn he n.t'd. tint they will not ;the akin becomes yellow the spirit, droop. OX SATCBDAT-THE NEW AJTD SPLENDID OCLtr ST'kS Gold and silver Watches for ladies and gentle
I'on'nmptinn headachercrula. cure. All 'liinl i Is neeesrnry' i is to ruse the S}nip according and there In a gn-ut aversion to society. Regulate tbe MARION, 1,200 tons Wn. J. FOSTER Com'r. men. I have the best stock and greatest variety
word and note are 6 cmincutly capable, we venture or P that in Evil Fore Throat Gravel puigatlve, I he required in order to allay the i irritation! theyprodnee ; to lake are Dr. Rive's celebrated Railroad or excepted.)
King' I with
our opinion can confidence
say no one can listen tloland invite orders
t from Florida
*_ W.rm" all kinds, ,the Liver Pills, by their vympathiring action Anti biliou* I'ilN. They carry off the bile,and soon ON WEDSESDAT:
t the performance wRSbut .keen sense, of enjoyment tr r.ln.laf..U"n. Tumour aid healthy opemtion Uxm| the bowel, i* the moat give appetite and strength. UNION, 1,500 toes RICIUED ADAHS, Com'r. and elsewhere as I feel assured my stock must

I t. We speak somewhat at length of this mad Sfnd.r rymptomiBICB'S Weakness.,from whatever can.e,Jic.Sold pheasant Medicine I bill can be taken. Ills Dyspeptic Compound should be taken where a SOUTHERNER, VKX tons, Taos. EWAX Com.r. please alL Orders can be sent by mail and packages

because at the of Profetsor Hollowny, HORENSACK'd LIVER PirL9. person ban been uoublrd with |)iyspep ia for a long These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for or artfcks: returned in perfect safety through
r we deem it one of the most effective 544 Strand, neal 1111,1"ln.nt, London and b all vendcr No part: of the i-ysleni in m..re liable to di'ea e thin lime. Price 50 cents; but for cold. billon habit,, safety speed and comfort experienced and courteous an officer of one of the steamboats.G. .

of modern music that-has been given of "Tmr'* throughout lie United, ) icboiex the l.ieeritlein .UI pli..d tilth numeroni bloiid-ve- jnnndice,tic.,take Dr. Uo..'. Anti-Bilious or Railroad commanders tables supplied with every lux M. GRIFFEX
.- the t .I I2 67 and 5(1( ttte wl 1 mid nerve*, mid if di-eased the Ibid or rnnrsifloninclhriuth Pill, 12 1-3 and 23 cent per box. Successor to the late M.
public for a I long The following the 113 rentf, cent $1 eRb. ury-which will insure to travellers by this lineevery Eastman
.Words tie & hy the principal' i'ruz houre or the all p>rl* or the body, produce Liveromiilnitiu FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS. possible comfort and accommodation. jal9 June 1854. Savannah Oeorgia.
; in,their original orthography: Union,and bv Mexts A. I It. & I O Sands), New York. Jaundice, Bilious affti-tioi.s, l>)snepia, Dr. J. 9. Rose'i Gulden Pills, for falling of the This line connects with the steamers Carolina and

.. f 4 .1 kiep r:,& lye b'de; *Tarter i Note size-Tliere*. is a considerable laving: b)liking the lir.lir.J.IVF.R COMPLAINT womb. ,J.female r4. Roue.weakm H,debility,and relaxation.Dr. Florida, from Palatka or Jacksonville, Florida, and Savannah City Hotel
Female
.4 I .' c j.Tys ye lI land. N. B.-.nirertionf for the nldlnc of patients every i III attended with dill, uccrcded by fever, severepains painful men.trUR1IlDlueorrbea Specific white a remedy Price for through tickets "IDlae issued to New York.
I "., Ande r( yts)t biande rffcordqr are aflixi-d to enl bx. i in the r>gion nt the Liver, vomllln!. bitur tastejellowfuired dollar. or one For freight or passage having elegant state Terms per Day $1 50.
,
l e prC toiiiiue, pulse full and the ,
,. .- '. for sale in Jacksonville I'V bonnduiff, pain All of the above preparation, with Dr. Rose'Medical room accommodations, apply at the office of the
I "Whyfe I ia the fide la increased by |lr.'e'rre;rliou!J the led lohebeetf.
t A.I. "rg T. :Mc3IILLAN, cied the pain l N ger..15h.: m t:e left shoulder Adviser to person in rickne and In health,to be agent, HENRY MISROON, TIlE BEST LOCATION IS TIlE CITT-BAT 8TKKT, JTIA*

4 ." ,r'pi..' :.' ,: Lylie whyte' .rst] nol -&' Apothecary Hall with a short dry cough,the >kin, lecrminenr a allow bad of Corner of East Bay and Adger's South Wharf TUB POST omCB CCSTOM nova, san IXCEAXGB.MTIIIS .

: .. i a .: Lyke a roleaf; D my we, app-iirnnce, arid tire.t.1011 rlay-rdlnird 1 hi.iliaeafe T. McMILLAN, Jacksonville.Daniel ?Cabin passage from Charleston, (25 steer old established Hotel continues

.. '. 3 je : ,.Lzadovemygbtf4nnmybrw _JoneJO-y_ ran be cured by theme of II/J EI\S"CK'$ l.IVERPIi.L II. Ames,Ta lahaxwc; Samuel Puieiton! ,Mnnlieello age *8. sp5 to the travelling public at the above
J i. ." t ,a-they act directly upon the seat of the di ; A. H. Wil..n, Newport W.lheryeeeel'a.
-' A,. c. : J ... W3-thits Wg Tihl Ciiei sense, and (hen operating open the bom-el,they expel latka E. All-erti, Woodstock Mill; and or PeaUer CHARLESTON and FLORIDAU. charge,the house being well fitted
I : .: .Welle 11 pryze above.... ry all the corrupt and vitiated matter Iroui the cystcja.DYSPEPSIA. : generally throuchont Plate. d2ly up, and constant attention being paid to
.l S. Mail Steamers its proper management
I : .Thys lear hand of herre I love. COUGH CANDY. Tie rympt"m of iysp.'p-ia, end ii* various di!ie. An omnibus; will be in attendance, at the steamboat

ea-r.are dizziness in the bead heartburn.oppression LIST OFFICERS FLORIDA. Carolina and stcarnrhip landings, and railroad depot to
I know
OF
a lyttle foote; alter eniiug mealu' M>umev*anting from thstotririh, [ convey passenpvre to the hotel where the under-
I, : Very cnnnynglye tys puRe, AGREEABLE to the tate, and war- ,. &c.,and o..ml'limplI/I'oc'f1Illa"ju"r of the whole' body ASB sigbed will mike every effort to please all who
'I Y Yn a &eordil.1 t',Ih. .(' ', are. From thin it will be seen th.il tlieiliw-a owe iu origin Governor JAMES E. BROOME.Secretary Florida. favor them witba can may .
dayntye lyttle bt simple to cure all Couch aud I'olil "hl'hare to a disiirganizi d state ol the Liver and rtoni/>h. of State, F. L. VILLIPICUE. P. .
Where ye ; within the rarh.f any nirdi--Inv, beciile afford ll'iBEN.'ArK'LIVEU: FILLS i* the very Medl Comptroller. T. W. RREV ARD. THROUGH TO PALATKA UTO 30 HOURS CONDON.
inlfc.lipr in ('ac. of Crmip, Asthma, C'nlarrh and cine lOflFert a perma>fent and 1lwlin'u": a* they act TreuurrrC. II. AUrfTIN. JAMES R FOLEY
Lyke a shuttle yt ever flycsBacke Itronchiiic,and uniof the most useful medicine |"y chaigit'gthecirtain tnorMd actions of the.)tern Attoinet UcneiaLM. D. PAPY. The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every ,n3y: Late of the Marshall House.

ande forth before myno eyes, in the early belll rnncuniptinn., into a huoltliy action and rendering the bood: pure. 8UPREMU CUtlET. JUUUE9. Saturday at 3 P. M. Rf tarn ing will leave Palatka

,: S mnsyque for myne Mr. Re. in plncliif? this article hrfore the public. TO FEMALE. Thomas Baltzell Chief Ju>lice. Tallahassee.C. every ifondav at 1 A. II.; Picolata 10.A.Y.j and SOUTHERN INSURANCE AGENCY.
1 :i; We"ng eye elalllO dl..lerl.d or infrrliiou iiiDpouii'emedicine < You will fInd these Pills an invalnaMn Medicine ii, H. Dupont, Associate Justice, Quincy. Jacksonville Tuesday, at 3 A. )J.
; 1 Associate Justice. JackunvilleCIRCUIT .
yt glydes..Welle hitherto lklown.or known only I rrpi- many cmpftirnte to which yon are cobje t,in otxtruc boma Uougla, The FLORIDA will leave Charleston Tuesday Life Fire and MarineIftMMjVCE.
I rate rpm.dipI, or in ,, '," a. prevo'nte,1 lion*. cither ti-tal or pailinl, they have been found or JUDUEd. every ,
przc ailet abo the full force<.( their f.enefieiil i (P <'!. Nor d.) *. lie ineiiniaMe l I. nt'fit in 11 Horn g and |l.urlfYlrllbe blond, Western, J.J. Finley, Marianna. at 3 P. M. Returning, will leave Palatka
Thys deare foote of herre I lore. lii.'ouh of Middle J. W. Baker, 1'alllll'atltee. Thursday. 10 o'clock A. ). Black
aver that .Cm i : ,""' tire Mrdicil 1 Faculty),or lm. been n-i'mnmendfd liy the alice from female irrrgiilariiie a* liesdncli"dirtiness E.is-tcrn, W. A. Forward Palalka. Jacksonville, Friday 4 o'clock A. M. .

., A'. .. J, I know a lyttle harte; ., "in"6l.iilu'litPiieil pliyficimtut In' would merely; of fdeht pan; in the fide,bR k, &'. These pill me the Southern, hnnui- F. KinKey Webt. These trips will be regularly kept tip, except incases .
-1 Yt ys free from '. rfite,that hnvin! himselfKiiRi-ird t-everely rrul bran only 'ale and efleclunl remedy to cure the follnwincomplnint : SOLICITORS OF TilE CIRCUITS.Western when either steamer be ] CHARTER OAt LlFfri INSURANCE COMPA
temporarily
\ ,. couye ue; 1 nnd Janice M. Landrum, Milton. may ; NY,1IARTFORD.CT.
j. : ,. ,' eli nle'llonl. accnmpiiiiied hy coughing night Com Nervou-neM. Melancholy, :li-k withdrawn for in which
: '"_. a Ad J owne yt every parte,, Iwlnl., alpl.d to one of the Fac-uliy. whoe pie lleadafheCidlinei! .Rheumatifm.diiIrefiiiiieDri>.inifIiimmne Middle, Eaui'l piepheui, Uulncy notice will be overhauling cases due C"ptallnd; Surplus over (.0,000.
-J ..; .,, .; For aU 1. rnplinn tut-h speedy relief, and rnultrd il **of ieht,or in fart any of the dirn.c_thll Eastern Jame M. Baker Alligator given. AITKED GILL President JAMES C. WAUUIT, See.
t te such (perCell cure, that !he was Inclined to obtain a ariiie from affei tion of the Liver, impurity or llIe KouUiein Henry U. Ken.lrick, Tauipa. These steamers connect with all the interior This will issue the
t rI *' .' i. : : : Err yt beats wythe mnsyque's tone knowledge of thu inemlirnu" and oClfte manner in Blood,or couftipaiion of the Bowel COUNT OFFICEBS.First Stages of East Florida and connect both ways with] company! and the policies mutual on join&stock
,1 4.: : Ever: an which they mi Eh I lie properly compounded with IUIMr. MF.niCAL ( name,Judge of Probate; second name, Clerk of the New York steamships Carolina railroads and pnncii.Ie, upon plan-thee
4 J .. .J bofmreowne. In tfivi Ihlm convenient and palatable' form, ciure EVIDENTE. Ciicuit Cnu.t; third name Sbenff; lounb name the Wilmington roads. combining the benefits of both systems at the optiou
; ; ,r f-- ', Ever myne OWe which he baa had the '.IliMfaeion or adminweiins i II We the nnrlen-ign' d. phy iriin': paving had there whenever it occuis-Tax AueMior and Collet tor.) of the insured.
4 } of ceipt of their nv'iiuftctnre fulnnittnl, to u< for inipec Officer Fret Dtfice.Pcasacola.. t3r"Pasg8ge from Charleston to Jacksonville $S; "
a :. S, > HolyetymetWelle I nupccnfullr t$many(.o. The inf redientf w hirh linn, that the redieui 1'ountie from Charleston The strength, ability and well invested capitalof
say inf or nlilch to Palatka
: ; this among which Wild ('herI1 i ia they are com cauibia, Charles Jordan, $10. the institution in
: t I ."nr111 eo".d. rn.ged make Ih"lIIlhe ben Pill In ue for all .'. For further are, my opinion, unsurpassed
.t.- pryze, heartes above the principal,ant perfectly haimlen,and may be taken diieue E. lIe LIRua, particulars applr to
3 of the Liver 4u Life Insurance Company in this State
,impurities ol the Blood by any orSgned
t '. 1" .,o : : herre I by nil persons,of all see, at nil llmec. Unlike many &c. F. M.M.nOr J. W. CAfDtV-ELL Charleston. "
de Union. ; R. O. P1NNEY
love GEORGE ( .) ,
nl h WOOD.M. D. John Milton.Euchceaona..
r of the Couch Iandl. now nfl'r.d t.r ale, Santa Rosa, Chain BELLECHASSE A F1XXEGAJT
v. .1" II' in IK; the product of profound medical rp*purplrlr, l F. CROWLEY, 51. O.I.80'ENM.0. W.J. Stokes, u JacUonriue. I [L.s.J] Controller Public Ac's, State of Connecticut

t 8 which art In reality the Concoctions of genuine Candy Isaiah fobb.jr.liHUielMcteod. a blot R. R. REID Palatka. CtirSlaves in'ured. California and Australia
.' / r TEE PERIL! OPfl1 SIA-The steamer City of mnkTi.this article .not expected to lUre nlle"ill. Purchase none but Hinge linvinz Ihe lienal lire or Walton, rifts takes on returnable terms. S .
i'.'. GI& whaS t been heard of for over 3 months; tkat fish i la heir to." but in peculiarly the "J. N. HOBE.\SACK all others are worthle**iin. Cite Bowrn, a The Subscriber U also Agent for the ibllaiog
tr : few disease ablv.me/llon.r and intend of heir,5crunpo.ed iialiim Mi-ll C. Monroe, If OPPOSITION LINE [
and is the that the four ,
,,.expectation -
of sugar, infu-fd with Agent wishing new supplies and all other wiltinll Holmes 1 A. II. Brownell, Ccrro Cordo. Fre Companies .
hundred fortv-seven souls who embarked rrelqlalil.r
and
f" O" in the extractor / from *u nr I lit' ITliixUrit to become Af cut*, mutt nd Irew the proprietor J. N. M. H. Stanley, a Carrying the U. S. Mail FARMERS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA5Y.
her on the I ofYa will ever again be greeted ) utate of rn-rf.-cuon. and contains well know linitKNSAl: K.at Iris LaU.ratnry ) .1311 North Secondxtrett K. B.Golden Is Capital 'Jl\ooo.
-, '' by kindred arrival of every vessel I and l approved reinedic Try It.and iu intrinsic ,above Race, PHILAOrLPIIIA. Washington, ".hluElon'I'abor. Vernon.Marianna.. BKTWEEX
without intelligence diminishes the slight chance will call forth a lpnlan.n.approval r,01101, whirl nl'rit, Sold by nil Drugjji't Merchants in the ITniteJ G. W ortli iiictnn, 'I Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Ga. GRANITE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OP

which remain t_ tidings of the steamer ereloll.h.1 Vf ; unparalleled in tile State m\Ii 1 John A Tabor, Ii (IXSIDI ALL TD ) NKW: YORK CITY.
WAY
Ia _
I b may yet reach os Baltic, Capt n.lnlnw. ) Jackson, J. K. Uoull.al', Capital |300,0t<0.STATE .
a Price 25 cpa' per parlate.Cachrnnuliie John W. Power 44 VIA PICOlATA, BLAC CREEK. AND
I :Medical
Honse-Es-
MUTUAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE -
CIiefmNewYorkonthe4toUJarb. Philadelphia .
pickact of nire' Cough Jame Griffin JACKSONVILLf.FLA AND STJvlARY'S.'
k Candy.will
f 9t ic bear on Ihe envelope the nijnature oC T. C. IUCE, twenty >ear. aao by Iir. KINKEL1N, JePe M Clark, I'Calhoun. BRUNSWICK, AND DARIEN, GA. COMPANY OF PENN.
definite idea of the Ia .
Having quantity and vnnnnh.Ca. comes of Third Hid Union streets between
l Spruce am Elias /lr.neh. Aspen Grove. The Capital SoO,000.
: extent Ote the Qaltic for a few hours held her Country mrrrhanl ran be supplied b the boa,neb! Fine, biladiHirtiia P.. i James II. Parker, "' tr-- llteampacket- \VELAKA,
Ca KNICKERBOCKER FIRE INSURANCE
L leave Pa- CO.
0- course, Ve low rate of fpeed, but it soon b box containing 5 packages, at $ti 25. ) INVAJ.ms' .. Tlinmt-i J.Land, it KUl'a.
S Are'l'prl.ed that Dr. KINKELIN confine hi IataeveryMon'dayrnorning Capital $150,000.
continueH effort to force nov r practice Franklin Thum.I'J. ..
gyune Fpp..ptpalachicola.
1 a .ship apt ta. and most broken 31 to a parlL'u'nr' branch of Mediciiir,wbirbrngages Patnnel.Spencer, __- __:;_7 at 8 o'clock. NEW YORK AND ERIE FIRE INS. CO.
ic iris undivided aUnu'u.. lie caml',
'n* the uuithrtuunwagtitistthe .
Arrives
.
at Jacksonville
% t" wotdd tear the wheels from her and LIVED CF1PLM1T : alue..f Thoutwnd Tbigp'-n, same evening, and leaves Capital $150.000.These
a side -rcury. are anuuallmercurialized
4 effort was then made to extricate e\r not of lile. Keceut afici-tiou: are I Gadtden, E..c. Love, Qulucy.K. Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock touching at all the Companies having a cash capital safely
fm O. Lester 14 intermediate
,. ic without regard to attaining a more DYSPEPSIA, promptly UllPlu!hed. B. B. Love if pieces as above. invested in bond and mortgage are prepared to effect
I' tijndet 'On'the I0ththe Baltic was in lat.long T"ENTVEARS OF PRACTICE James M. Smith, .I Creek Thsough fare from Palatka, Picolata and Black Insurance vgainst damage fire and all kind

lobg.,47: and on the llth, in lat 44, long 473. Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility In the treatment of a el.ir of di-enres hitherto nceleet Leon, f). W.Gwynn, Tallahagee.Il.Arch.rjr. $3 00 cf property on reasonable terms.

,- I Late onlsthe last day she cleared the ice, Disease of the Kidneys ed and imperieclly nnder loo'd' bus enabled Pr (IN.KiLlNauthor .4 Through fare from Jacksonville 6 00 For Insurance ia either of the above named Companies
then two degree the southward and a bmg of a Work on &lpreservahion) ti) II.T. Blocker, ii Through tickets are furnished from Jacksonvilleto apply to A. WILBUR
.,' |h* t three haJ before dee. and all Diseases arising from adisordercLiver prove that nine tenth uf the ca ca of n..rv..u-debility, L. C. Dcnully, aVakuI1a Charleston for > 8 00 General Insurance Agent and Agent for the above

1 q : ) ., t wetwa oh'piton terrific gale com or Stomach local and. roiiKtitulional weaknes,mental and |ihy iensuferiiig. George Miller New Port. p9 The Welaka connects with one of the New Companies, 142, Bay street, Savannah.
p O.t : .are traceable Ie ctr'ain .
habit' T.J.M.
a Richardson
a formiiia the York and Philadelphia from Savannah
: steamships
; from W. S. W. N. N. W. which lasted J. ILMcRORY.Jr,
V. t Phcb a* Con.tp3Uon. Inward Pilrf Fullne* or most secret yet dell.Uyalid fatal springs of domestic N. G. W. Walker, n .-.,-.- Ttr-j n..,.. .j-._
I mrt Jacksonville.
., unt isis the next day. Nautical men on board Blood to Iht Hel", of the etomarh, Nnuseallnrtburn tuircry and pn'mature mortality. 11 Noah Poesy, a tJ .J.ACE1m mv26v Agent
',f .c- t agreed thai they hd never seen a mor Dlcn fur Food, Fullness or Wright in the TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Jefferson, T. J. Chile, MonUcelo.MadUon K. R. DUKE.
-. Tl gale, and express, conviction no Ilomarb.Sour Eractation*, Sinking or.Fluttning' II There I I. nn evil habit onietime indulged In by hines R.Tucker, Palatka T. C. Rice
,. .f in ,by tbe ic could have outlived pit n tha tlomlh"llmmin.or the I ").,In solitude, often. growing up with them to man I Jo l Walker.Jame 4. BISBEE A CANOVA Jacksonville.
fr a Making ft fair calculation of time and ned bllrll trerc, 'Iultrll' 1.ld. 101- I bond, and which, II not reformed hi due time,not only O.Morris, fb24f S. M. LAFF1TEAU Savannah. ,
... '$-" t st, ca be:little City of Choking o luooallnc"elw.rn" wh.n a t ler" l 11f:1I11. eriou "".laeI'1 to matrimonial hnppmew.but Madison, A. "McDonald C. U. Steam Communication manufacturer and Dealer in
,' dubtbthe i IYCl rile to a lerie of t'. R. Sennkuw a'
lure, Webs the protruded InIdlllll".ltnd de ,
IhlI"I DO,1 Lef"r Sight,
p ll (4. S Glasgow rn-a.i the-icinity' icfeld and Fever and dull Pain in the lea Deficiency or Perpi.rationyeIlowiestif vacating affection Few of those who give way to M.Anderaon, II BETWEEN Every variety of Common
exposed to gale. It is a belief of tbiiueruteioii. U
'4 J. the E>"*, Pain in the I practice are await of thel'oruequ"nl'eantil R. MeKinaey,
!.. ,.4' fin1dc1wtuenDglheho. Strength. bark.rh .html>*, &e.Sudden Flus.be of Heat they fInd the nervou yitem Rhatteied reel Hamilton, H.J. 8tewart, Jasper. Savannah and Florida. and Fine
in suchA Kurning in Ihe Flfh, cuartsnt imagiuing or evil,miI strange and nnaceountable feeliiii', and vague rear*in John Frink, CANDIES:
m crashing mountains of great depntsion of spirii_ tb- inind. Jamr M Hrndry, itu *' The new and elegant steam- Kiln-dried and w the
Tho ic .
I
'' : e by such a gale, grind powder would CAN HE EFKECITPALI-T-CURED BYDn.IIOOFLAND'S 1 he unf Htonnte thus affected beromewf..eble,unable Jerry B Smith packet"ST.JOHN'S,"Cape hot damp atmosphere of a Southern climate.
-' b t t to labor with accuiiouied vigor,or to al'pl> Iris, mind to Columbia, George 8 Herbert, Alligator.ii 1.-. -Lz JAMES FUEBORX, will leave CASH-PRICES LOW.
TERMS
ac CELEBRATED study. His shell U urdy and weak,he u dull.irre.o- Scarhmoiigh, 'I ;:._ Savannah
I The iceberg seen from the deck of hubS,and engages In bill sport with less energy than Feuhrn Hngan, ii every Thursday CORXIB OF JCOt'GBTOJr..em WBITTAKXB SOSavannali. ,
.. the Baltic on that from nine to twelve GERMAN BITTERS, unual. W.A.Sheffield 4'Alnchua morning at 10 o'clock for Palatka, touching at all '

-% '-. f hundred,:varying T01aE t W the Ian Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson ir he emancipate himself before tha pracllce has A. M. Carton, NewnanivilleB. the intermediate nointii. .
rusge employed by the another ship done i4 worst,and enter matrimony, his marriage i I. .YunnBhlood, S. This boat has been built expressly for this trade;
t "from the size of an Captain Aster No. 120, Arch street, Philadelphia unfruitful. II nd la*lens tell him that this is caused by C. L. WlUon. 'S has large and airy state room accommodations ft'passenger PRICES.

It is estimated that only ort or his early follies. Dnval, Felix Livingston. Jacktonvllle. ; and taking the, inland route presents Common sj'Ortcd Candies by 25 Ib*. or

i I the-os.bulk ofthe ic rises above the WIr.. The Thrtrpower over the above Piieare Is not ejeelled aik-miun These are of those consideration* which should awaken the George Uriah Klone, iiIi superior accommodations for invalids and others. r.pwcrds, ISc
imil.irly ituated. Bowden
: ifequatled, by any other preparation in the IJIteJs'tae IiK This boat will leave assorted 250 Ibs.
Baltic making her out of tbe ic was com MAUKIAUEreqnire John D. McK Inlay, Jacksonville on her return Common Candies by or
polled t 4 follow the narrow way clear chnnels. steering pdyiiclan'. a* tlo eur.fiiilfd.TheM iu maiirca. ea after aWful the (fulfilment of several condition*, In order Naswa.St. James T.O'Nlell, WoodstockMill to Savannah every Sunday morning at S o'clock. IIPward., 130

.f o. I a boors by every point ort compass, and ha are worthy the attention Invalids. that It may I I.e really the caun ol mutual, happineu *. For further particulars inquire of Capt. FKEEIBS Fruit Props Sncar.. Plums, &. by 95 Ibs. SOe
\ o Could the veil which cover the Nassau C.C. Season, on board or toCLAGHORN J' 44 44 200" 180
: bracing the jrard* de the Patrtint C the reclirtrati'in Disease nneln of domestic ,
) ,ia eme t projecting of the l.lver IDd\Iroe.lo leler Ghad., Exercising, the wretchednen be mired,and it.true cource In every in- A J. Brartd'tk, 14II & CUNNINGHAM French Candles by 25 Ibs, 87@62c

; $ F ;- .' fs. That ice probably for a brief period as the mrcbing pwefln weakness and afli-ctkip or 10'Digeitivu lance I'isclored, I 18 how WililY could It be tratrd,10pb.I,11 L. Higginhothnm Savannah. CI H assorted 45c
ii a, a are,wlibalsate, certain and di-quHllflcation and their attendant disap .John', Gad Humphreys, SI.Auguirtine.T. BISBEE i CAXOVA Jacksonville. Sugar Toys American by 14 Ibs. 87o ,
Jamet fo ot Tc The chip orp te) plea pointment! Apply,then, while it i iyet time,in order .C. Ilitniplireys, w "
r a "r' !. _w. J 450 Richond; alna BEAD AND BE CONVINCED.Testimony In have vitur unalrunv- and.m_ .,ebviA..____ n V..A..i., .,,..ft. ..._. Jacob Mickler itFalalka. BOET' & TEASDALE, Palatka.splSy .- .4 -French, IS" 62H( 80a
Elaine, commanded by Captain IL S. T"ulu" braced,revivified and trenrihi-ned.| Putnam, W. W.Tumhlin May 20th. Lemon Syrup, from 1 to 20 galls. A 1 OOo
4 !. flatted from from AI''lllln faint or REMEMBER PtanilauGlinki .. 4' CI. 4. "or np'd. We .
a t this port on tbo 10th of February, an< Dr.lfnl.d' ,
4 I 4 <. ha never been heard ot She bad for 8786 lebited German Ilium, prepared Ur. He who place himself under Or. Klnkelln'f' treatment Nathan N'tfIoD. 14 For-Enterprise WNo charge for boxing or delivery, at railroad
cargo Jackion The
4. '4 p- f'. b of flour, and 14000 bushels of whet in I ro Liver, PhUaellbla.: | Dy.prp-la greatest, .lo"l, NervousDebility remedy and may rely rrJIuioudy, upon| the ronfde ariuranr in hIs that honor the secrets a* gentleman of lit. K.., Marion,. John Robert"'Mcintosh Bullock, Oeala.M and.IntermediateLandings steamboat. nS6m

; < ad was m8u chy i Europe, the ves.Berjortt35.000 Disease of the kidney, lie.fcc. _' patient will never be discloe.d. r S. Helvrnstnn. u .. on the PrA lBLE',
,*' t c 1r $ 8o and the "Irbnn "Grn. AI"xldra. Ala., (>eptrmber30. Young man-let no false, modesty deter yon fhr ..SI. Willis, M .JJ GEORGIA WOBKS.J. .
U .r.\' tfh""O. 1853, raid: "We t Introduce youGerman making your case known 10 one who, from education Levy, D. A.Mofgnn, W ... ?__ -_-- -St;; John's River.
'. : Hooper. Captain Spixcn,* I'iuert,and we find.it to a very. valuable and rcsp.cta4liyrn! certainly befriend yon. John R.Hatcher.RoheitWatiemon. .' The Steamer DARLINGTON Captain JAKESBaocx 0. RANKIN WM."M! 1IU1W GEO. L.SUIIMEY .

.; : : ed from NeT York fur Liverpool on the a.r1 medicine." Ton many think they will conceal the secret In their If. will leave 'Jcksonville every Saturday (SCCCKSSOBS TO A.ATxrasox* co.)
." 'p not wrirea ont 2tt U. A. Kobin on. Bellefonle, Ala.Jannnry : 1851. own hearts and cure lh"mwl e.. Aloe, how often I. BlIUboroab, Fimon Tnrmaa Tampa. at Palatka establishment baa been in sncccssfiil ope
o. .0 said! .I"nr nlllrlne, Plil eventually large this a fatal delusion, ,and bow many a aproroUlngoan M.runnintham, u morning at 6 o'clock arriving- same day. THIS
of a(sry sale all those it )liked it | Leaving Palatka. S o'clock Monday.morning, in for a number of Tears. The quarnoa
> *" b 'f 1 "1 aod fal very man, who might have been an,ornament to society E.T. Kendrlck 'ITDeBoto.
E : a: *- mnch. TTic pole l.v been much dlelve ler.by bill faded fiom the earth I, .-, Beraando, Joseph 51.Taylor, connection with the steamer Carolina and Welaka, are well opened and the marble is superior to yin
i: the City OlasgOT hav issued trifling ,and that all or flrlcture M the uretha are rapidly removed by the W.M.Carvtsnn- '4- will reach Lob .Monroe .aame day. Returning, i the United States. .We have so perfected our Ofeilities

". ".. +" which we hav*not at band t your valuable Bitten, and will, I'J. become. application of a new therapeutical agent,u-ed only by Charles McMInn, ii will leave Enterprise at 5 o clock Tuesday morning, fi r cutting out and finishing work, that we

gretcoofidence in the, knowj. .;: Dr. K. 0 Weakness and Constitutional Debility prompt. ''. B. I.. S-lph u and Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday. morning and can furnish Monuments/Tomba Tablets Headstonev
I part 0 he sailing safety I "1 C.b*fowler Biters, Tlh. Ala., January, 1.. IM1, Mid: 'ly. cured" ,aDd full Vigor restored. Monroe, Benjamin sawyer,. Key.West.w arrive at Jacksonville same day. and every thir.g in our lino of business D better $
qute and I think
theywihl ce
and the fact the wel eon COUNTRY INVALIDS Peter 'ruso. A. M. REED Ag't ai Jacksonville style and.at. cheaper rates than any yard in the
a c". tinuew, MtitrygiT ; .
"t I atUfacUon to those who Can limes (by stating their,case expllclUy, together Robert Clark : .
tinder any ctc press her to the west- b..o them.. With all their symptoms, per letter,cnclonn a remlt- 'Paoiael Voung; .ir < jnlf R.' R. REID, Aft,at Pal '"when -
,.1- ward. T it ti last fact, our information Leonard, Fayeiie Coir Hon... AI*.,Jan. tines) Dr K I.medicine,appropriated accordingly. OrangeAlrrsn.. H tfpeer. ,.EaIerPFl$5aAnhnrGIn it is considered that we saw our own tt T
beryls, I effect, later than JOI, | 33.svldt ,"Yonr Bitters have don wonders lalblKcUon. Forwarded t* lIav part of- the I'nlud Ptai-.aad -' U Steamer Mount Pleasant ble, pay noJr.bbera.profit,and no 1 high freightfroDl
.that op.which, th oe we*confidentMrartnce A oulh.a ins of G. M. Hubberi, E't packed Mre frov DAMAGE or CL'lli)8TY.' Elijah Watson the North ii will be seen that we do posseaa oatxrial -
their td orib .eouety,bad bess fat several mol BEAD I I-Youth and Manhood JumpierW..C. William,. "AdaawvlD. .. *This steamer,which has been advantages over all eonipetitor .
,1 tb* ship wa boundbeing at Pep'hU ear of oar bet praetltI"ner., .at relir. and the : "- D.G.Lee, .4.- k put in condition for efieetive We cordially solicit oar friends and the ptbIioIG-

tE t the 8th of ApriL Sailing hT case reported dlubtul.1 and. commenced the jaunt with.aldlouba.rel.bl the :A VIGOROUS LIFE. Ott A PRELATURE :,E.Bolomonflub'U H.Crone \a _. --_ -_ _- service is now prepared to examine our work ant compare our pnces ...

1"Yo which left at c ave a t a .: f.n. M atarh iSlet from the flint flt, DE TH. -a.-- resume her regular busines. those of.; oher yardVbetoro ordering ,sortherm
Looking at alt he continued 1 lake, until complete cur wn effect KINKELINONBELPPaESkftVATiN0nhy5etLIi : on the St. John'*, in the towing of vessela, rafta marble; '
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stance 0 hopes a extinguished o c. ed U*I I. perfectly well and ilnat." I It a work eminently required. aaa mieanaof ra> 4e., and performinr such other service may be Weho on 'hand.stsourTarf III Ifarietta, a

.4 MOlE ?,FROM THE BOUTff. forming th.vires of th*ate in which waUv AlIO, : appointed by special contract. I large assortment work Ionnm nt.v.

,'- e .'_ ,_ H. W. Cnaney, October NATURE mDE,, : -- Engagement*' may Mat any time entered into I ToiDb &e. where oar AMr.O.W.SUmineT5,
-w- ." **#The Young American.rstate*,.. that not less than 1853. .a.: aUe.aealtl) time 11 i HvjtHBnIe8: .foftlie Prolongation COTTON and Linen-Begs,'free from- dirt and in with the Captain in charge of. her;at any point at !will ae at our prl *vatthoMill uua r-.work.- tSoae.

: "OM imndrodhorse'bav* been kl in UnD find M "n .( )f every lostaoe that will be purchased at this Office,in which she may be upon the route or with her pro *. Addrtsa. -.
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Life from the.Pre s 1U.
*>county,ArjEantaa, I the vicinity come my ."- ; just smslfoV7large quantities and a" fair price offeree Pi5tOT.e ,CHARLES WILL, -1.' Q.

i i U pi\o three week-* Kelson fc Edwards, .+. f& ) ,l8,. A 4 letter with a rtmluaac* of S3 cents,or tke.nlue b. t forth-* game by the pound.' tJon< s6f --a- I ''UI' arbloWorkP..o..aa.


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