The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: June 22, 1854
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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f From the Kuitterlocier.] [ rot. the Xal Intelligencer..] .at Pcnsacola only about 40,000 I engineers: I1 necessary? to digest MRS..MOWATTS LAST.APPEARANCE. this'necessity have obtained ori.> ,

IT WILL ALL BERIGIIT IS THE MORXIXG. SEXATK c .uIBu.1I81 !2G! ,1854.Messrs. pounds. I learn, furthermore, that plans.> The 'mechanics'''now at the :A GRAND MARRIAGE FETE The one of.our lady friends a descrip I Ibon'which
Gales & Scaton : Do me there is no slip or foundation prepared yard can within sixty or at furthest be relied upon US'
When the bounding beat of the heart of lore, I marriage Mrs. Anna 'Cora Mow- may authentic t
And the springing-step,grow slow; I the favor to publish in the National upon which such a ship couldbe ninety days construct them upon the att and Wm. .F. Ritchie, took place [ and artistic. "The drefss 1ra!f
\ ben the form of*cloud in the blue above Intelligencer, the enclosed correspon- built. The other yards have a most approved scientific, principles yesterday at Ravenswqo; ; in' the of-white silk, beautifully'embroidered

Lies dart on the path below; dence. I have received numerous considerable quantity of other mate- If there is no appropriation applicable presence.of an immense''c neonrse.--_ lace applique being also let in i
The song:that he Kings is lost in a sigh, letters upon the subject,which I have rial besides the live oak, and have > to the building of slips or ship The.bride appeared' in a'dress of .gu- the veil of Honiton, fastened by'A,
And be turns where a star is dawning: not the time to answer, and, therefore ship-houses and other facilities for house, allow me to suggest that you perb white silk, inlaid 'with lace wreath of white-jose buds and ;iajt* '
be thinks,u it gladdens his! heart and his ,
And 1
"It will an be right in the morning:" eye adopt this method, so that my building which are not at Pensacola. cause estimates to be made for the and deeply flounced, and & .loigJiri- le leaves, and.would have swept tid"
correspondents, and all others inter- These facts will satisfy you that, un- same forthwith, and submitted to' dal Tell of costly thread lace se- floor, had it not 'been .looped up:i at
When "the strong man:armed," in the middle ested in it, can see what has been the der the circumstances, the ships can.. Congress, so that the amount can be cnred by a myrtle wreath ; the;toilette the side; a pearl, necklace; pre

From watch.life's dim deck is gazing, action of the Navy Department in be built cheaper and quicker at the provided for by the appropriation altogether exquisite, without sented by the groom, graced 'Vo*V

And strives, through the wreck of the tempest, to the_premises. other yards. bill now pending before that body. sacrificing simplicity extravagance.he neck, and the berthe of Brussels': I
catchA Very respectfully, It may, however, be suggested by The yard at'pensacola is the onlyone was attended by six bridesmaids, point was confined at the bosom by a-

gleam of the day-beam's blazing; JACKSON MORTON.SENATE you, that it is a matter of surprisethat on the Gulf of Mexico. Congresshas in embroidered white muslin; two roach belonging to the same set. ".- }

Amid the wild storm there lard by the helm, there should be a supply of live been,most liberal in its appro-' of them her own sisters, Misses Emily -! I."
He heeds not the dark ocean yawning:\; I CILlBEIpriI18, 18.1.:; oak at the other yards and none at priations for the erection of the necessary and Grace Ogden another THE STEAMER SKJONOLEnr A STOD:1:

For"It this will song all:\ be in his right soul iu not the morning a sorrow:can" whelm- i Sir : Congress, by a recent act, Pensacola, and that unless a supplyis improvements, which are in niece, :Miss Margaret ;Ogden, and, a -The following account from the Sa-' l

having authorized the construction of ordered to be cut and deposited, such a state, that with very slight three other young ladies from Boston vannah Georgian of the.4th instant,
When the battle: is done, the harp unstrung, six war steamers, duty to the south- the same reason for not building additions;requiring not more than and Cincinnati.. The bridegroom describes severe encounter, had.by;:

Its music trembling-dying; west portion of the Union,as well as there will continue to exist hereafter. sixty or-ninety days to make, vessels Mr. Ritchie,was attended by the corresponding -, the steamer scminole with the weather -; .
When its! woes arc unwept,and his deeds unsung: : ,
And be longs in the grave to be lying; to my 'constituents. induces me to My reply is that I regret very much could not only be repaired but built number of friends. The on het trip from Jacksonville to '

Then voice shall charm,as it charmed before, submit for your consideration, the that this difficulty exists, and that there. When application has been ceremony was after the Swedenbor- Savannah of that date. She was aferwards .

He hud Wept or waited the dawning; propriety) of causing one of the said the best I can do is to order a supplyto made to have vessels repaired or \gian form, novel of course, to nearlyall laid up for repair in Savannah

They do love there for aye-111 be thine es of yore- 'I steamers to be built at the navy yardat be cut and deposited at Pensacola, built at the yard, the stereotyped re- the spectators. It was performedby and, resumed her place on the
"It will all be right in the morning!I" Pensacola. This navy yard is: one and make preparation for building at ply of the Department has been, Rev. Mr. Keene, with impressiveness line last Tuesday weeK-arriving.
Thus all through the world,by ship and shore of the first class, and it was always that point in future. there are "no materials-on hand.- and proper solemnity, using the on Wednesday following, at;
Where the mother bends over contemplated that the same kind of I design advertising:: soon for a sup- This should not be so. Live oak, red ring as in the Episcopal ritual. lalf-past 9, A. .-the earliest V arrival "

The cradle, whose tenant"has gone on before;" work should be executed there, as at ply of material for the reusacola cedar, and as fine pine timber as is Dancing commmenced at 5 o'clock, of a Favannah steamer for' a, ..
Where the eyes of th?lover similar yards in other sections of the yard. produced in any country, are easily and the wedding pair meanwhile left great length of time. This .is ev -f
the to the soul whatever the word, dence that she
Light A welcome way,a wail,or a>warning, country: To this end, Congress has I am, sir, very respectfully, obtained in the immediate vicinity of for an excursion up the North river. I damage. experienced The s eminole no matesrial is in

This i is every where cherish;*!-'tis every where caused large expenditures of moneyat -your obedient servant, the yard, yet, strange to say, there A. large number of prominent persons command of Captain POSTELL for
beard that yard. and the argument urgedto J. C. DOBBIN. bas been no collection of materialat "Washington and elsewhere ,
merly of the avannah and Charleston .
44 It will all be right:\ in the morning:" induce the necessary appropriations Hon. JACKSON MouToN, that point, for the reason, it is were present, including ex-secretary line. The -

-- -S. I was, that it was absolutely indispensable U. S. Senate, Washington, D. C. presumed, that its cost is too dear.- Walker,senator Douglas and several "The steamer Georgian'says Seminole : '
[From tie Southern Pairiut.] that there should be a The very material which could have Congressmen.Mrs. Captain

HENRY CLAY AND THE EMIGRANT BOY.Mr. j yard of construction and repairs on W.\SrnXGTOX, May 10, 1854. i been so; easily collected there has Mowatt being a believer in i rida POSTELL, arrived that yesterday from Flo ;
the Gulf of Mexico.It Sir : Yours of the 9th instant, acknowledging : been transported to the Boston and the Swedenborgian faith, the cere- i reports on Friday evening J
Editor : During the ppring I is now nearly thirty years since the receipt of my communication I other Northern yards, ready for immediate mony was in that form, which varies. when twenty from miles Florida at sea, on this her return
preceding the death of Mr.\ Clay, I of the 18th ultimo, whenever the trip to port
the navy yard at Pensacola was suggest- use, an appropriation somewhat from others. After *
she encountered violent
passed, a fortnight in the city of commenced, end all the necessary ing that one of the steam frigates recently is made'by Congress to build a reading an address on the sacred- which lasted several a hours. When gale, .

Washington, and spent much oi"my wharves, workshops and other appliances ] ordered by Congress shouldbe ship or ships. If it is proposed to ness of the institution, &c. followed the steamer left the St. John's river .
time in the chamber to which he known was are now ready, not only lo built at reusacola, was receivedlast expend any of the liberal appropriations bv the Lord's Prayer, the Minister-, the weather was fair,and with no in- .
I had
then confined.
long repair, but to construct ships of war. evening.As by Congress for the benefit of addressing the man by name, said : dications of a coming storm, but in. .
him very intimately, and loved and All the officers allowed for a first a senator from the state of I the navy at the extreme south, we William Foushee-Wilt thou have less than two hours after lard
admired him, as all did who enjoyed class yard are stationed there, including Florida, 1 admit I do feel a '. Ih"eh'l have heretofore been met with the his woman for thy wife ? wind from .the southeast;
the happiness of such intimate inter- master mechanics of every interest in this subject." Not only asa objection, that materials and laborare Answer-I will. which sprung up to the north,
suddenly changed
course. There was in his character a branch ; added to these: there is sta- senator from that state do 1 desireit higher there than at the north. Then, addressing the woman by east in and
increasing fury lashing
rare accumulation of great qualities, tioned there a naval constructor: but, as a citizen of the country Such will be the case to the end of name, he said : the almost mountains thereby
softened by all the warm and gentle (Mr. Hart,) who is esteemed among bordering on the Gulf of Mexico: and time, unless our officers charged with Anna Cora-Wilt thou have this sea the high,of then-

affections of the human heart, which the first in his profession. Notwithstanding the Mississippi valley, 1 should be recreant the expenditure of these appropriations man for thy: husband? noble fully steamer testing whose qualities character for i
the time for the ,
accounts, same all this, from sonic inexplicable : to my duty if I did not use act so as to promote the*gene- Answer, 1 will. seaworthiness has long since"rendered s
with which
admiration all regarded cause, a vessel:: of war has all fair exertion to accomplish it. ral welfare," instead of the interestof Minister, to both-Do you, in the her favorite with the '
a great ,
and the intense affection with
him, never even been repaired, much less I am fully aware that it is very desirable particular sections. But I am presence of the Lord, and before She however did
which he all who knew him traveling; public. p
inspired I constructed there. No matter how those vessels should be built yet to learn that the mechanics and these witnesses, declare your intention unscathed tho
more intimately. I had known him trivial the repairs required for vessels with despatch, but I do not considerthe laborers at the navy yard, Pensacola, to perform your duties faithfully not pass she sustained through ,
in all the circumstances of his storm, although no serious
publiclife required in the Gulf of :Mexico and building of one of them at the are paid higher wages than those at in the marriage covenant, according At the moment the elements -
well the familiar and close;
as as :; Caribbean seas, resort has always navy yard, .Pcnsacola, would mate- other yards. All 1 ask for our me- to the Divine Laws ? reached their
relations of private .friendship ; but been had to the Northern yards.- rially interfere with that despatch: so chanics is, that they be afforded a Each answered do. Seminole shipped greatest three 'seas furyrhe in

never sufficiently appreciated the This was correct and proper: so longas much desired:: by the Department. I fair opportunity to display their Mr. Ritchie putting a gold ring on her bows and one in her stern, all >
more tender and touching qualities of there were no facilities for con- presume::: unless some extraordinary skill and ingenuity. If the mechanics the fourth finger of Mrs. :Mowatt's with the velocity of lightning,.and .

his nature, until then, when mellowed structing or repairing vessels::: at the emergency should arise, all these vessels at the Pensacola navy yard do not left hand, and holding it there, now immediately after the steamer shipped .-

by affliction, and hallowed by a navy yard, Pensacola. But now: that would not be in commission at sustain themselves in all they undertake said, (the minister prompting,) one or two seas amidships, which

lution.At sincere piety and approaching disso this yard is in a condition to afford I the same time.I as well as those at other :yards, With this ring, I espouse thee tobe stove in bulwarks, wheel, houses &c. .
all facilities requisite for either of I am, also:! aware that the Government I[ will,for one, submit, and consent tobe my wife, in the name of the and inundated the aft-cabin about .
one of my visits i to him, he readme these purposes, there is no satisfactory has a supply of live oak tributary to the north in all after Lord Jesus Christ, who is the Bride- two feet. After this, however, the .
letter and said he did not
a this state of frames at every yard except that at groom and Husband of the Church.
reason why : things= time.While wind and seas lulled,and the steamer
know that in his life
long public should longer continue. The live Pensacola ; but that, in my opinion, no material aid has been To which the lady answered, (Mr. pursued her course without 'obstrnclon. -
there had been any incident which oak and other valuable timbers used i is not a sufficient reason:: why one of collected at Pensacola, for the reason R. still hold ing the ring on the finger -

had afforded him PO much real happi- in the construction of ships!, of war at 'the ships; should not be built there. that "labor and materials are so and the Minister prompting..} We regret to add, that during

ness; and then gave me this account : the Northern yards, have principallyto The live oak frames and other materials high," (although, as I have before Together with this ring, I accept the storm, the Palatkamail bags-

A German boy about sixteen years be transported!' from the immediate 'necessary for the construction of stated, the !same; material. obtainedin thee to be my husband;in the name were washed overboard and lost. "
old had left his home for the United
vicinity of the depot on the Gulf of the vessels had to }be transported to the vicinity of the yard, is shipped of the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the "Immediately after the arrival of -
States seek his fortune and with
the to of :Mexico, (Pensacola.) their present places of deposite.- to Boston and elsewhere) the English Bridegroom and Husband of his the steamer at her wharf in thia .
holy purpose making moneyenough I The present time I deem propitious Why not adopt the same method in French and other governments Church. city yesterday,smoke was discovered
to defray the expenses of an for the commencement of the construction reference to the yard at Pensacola ? have for years been deriving their Then the minister joining their Issuing from one of her state-rooms '

aged father and mother to this country -I and repair of Ships of war The transportation of between 500- supply of ship and spar timber from right hands together,. ratified and causing momentary alarm, fearing ,t

lie came passenger in the ship at the Pensacola navy "ard. I trust 000 and G00,000 pounds of iron and. the immediate vicinity of Pensacola, confirmed their union, by saying : the vessel to be in flames. On examination '
Henry Clay. On his arrival in New you will coincide with me in this copper to Pensacola, I do not consider -i and late papers announce the arrivalof In the name of the Lord Jesus : it was found, from 'some 4v
York he failed in all his efforts
to opinion, and have one of the six a matter of much moment. The a Spanish vessel of war in Mobile Christ, I pronounce you husband and unknown cause, a mattress was' on;
obtain and in his despair
went employment to the ; in, which he- steam frigates above referred to time required for the transportationwould bay, for the purpose of obtaining wife. Ye are no more two, but one firs: The discovery proved timely- a
United ship built there.I not delay the building of the spar and other timber for the use of flesh.The and_the prompt action of those pres
to the States and said
came ,
ship a single day, provided measures their benediction pronounced upon material .
am, very respectfully, navy.I ; prevented damage.-, -
to of the officers, I have heard
some your obedient servant, were adopted at once to have it sent am pleased to learn that you the husband and wife,now made one, ---'8'
all talk much of the
yon so good man JACKSON MORTON. thither. I imagine a large portion of propose doing that which years ago was as follows : QUARANTINE AT CHARLESTON.!: '. t
that this is named after that I
ship Hon. J. C. DOBBIN, the copper required in- the construc- was urged by different, commandants The Lord bless thee, and keep The City Council of Charleston kaa
wish to write to him. and see if he Secretary of the Navy, Washington. tion of these ships would have to be of the yard and others upon your thee : the Lord make his face shine not+ finally] adopted the 'recently: '' ...

will not do something for me. Will !sent 5 from the navy- -yard at- this--- place predecessors, and which they nee upon thee, and be gracious unto proposed Quarantine laws,' -rhick< :..
you tell me" where to direct a letterto SAn DBPARTMBXT, May t, 1934.) to some if not all the other yards lected to do ; that is, order a sup- theo-the Lora lift up his countenance the Courier'stated: would;FA! ono;' '. V

him? Upon receiving the desired Sir : I have 'had the honor to receive where it is proposed to build them. ply of timber and materials to be deposited upon thee,and give thee peace. prejudicial to the commercial iaier- < i

information: he wrote to Mr. your communication of the 18th If I am not mistaken, the Washington at the yard, so that building Then, turning to the audience, the ests of that city. ... At; the lasting meet= .
Clay, who, when he received the let- yard is. the. only where be carried "in future." minister said :
ultimo, and have given considerationto navy : one cau on of.the.Board,. the :
ter of the poor little fellow, enclosedit the suggestion= that one of the there is the requisite machinery for I }have extended this communication The grace of our Lord Jesus was i indefinitely ntiflitioiits i !" :

to )S.. Maxwell, then Collector at steam frigates recently ordered by the preparation of the copper, and beyond the limits I contemplated. Christ }be) with you all. Amen. was determined to refer the; whole .;

'York, requesting him to send for Congress should be built at .ensa. the difference in the cost of trans- I could say more, ]but will not The New York Express, In its account subject' 'to the original Committee, p

the boy> :and if, as he had no doubt, cola. portation from this place to Pensacola trespass further upoh your\ attention of the fete, says:: to confer, with the Committee from

''e he.found him worthy, he would give It was very natural that, as a senator would be but very little more than to say,the subject is one of deep Our readers, who so well know the Chamber of Commerce, and report '
him some employment in the Custom from Florida, you should feel a than to either of the other yards, save interest to my constituents, and to the loveliness and grace "of the at a future meeting of"Couwflf"IMPORTANT .,

House, as a personal favor to him, lively interest in this subject, and it that of Norfolk. the whole country bordering on..the bride, need not be told that on an ,., t a
Mr. Clay. Mr. Maxwell promptly would have been unreasonable in me With regard to the. machinery, it Gulf of Mexico and the valley of the occasion so full,of the holiest and FROM JAPlHThe- English :

complied with the request, and find- to have hesitated (even without your is understood that the Government Mississippi.. I hope you will again deepest emotion, .her. beauty shown 'papers contain the 'jmportant? .. king

ing the boy intelligent and worthy suggestion) to institute inquiry as to has-not at its command the'meanS' of take the subject into consideration, out resplendent. .. announcement, under; date of Sha :' :

pave him a place, with an income" of the practicability of undertaking the building the steam engines for,more and arrive at a different conclusion So well it her beseems"that Clad aH would in wWte weed- hoe,April:12, that Commodore Ftrr/": .
; ye
live hundred dollars per' annum. construction of one of the frigates at than one, and at the most two, of from that indicated in your.lctter. Some angel die had been{ hti \succeeded in the object of las ; a

The letter was from this worthy andgrateful the Pcnsacolu yard. You are aware these ships within the requisitetime I am, very respectfully; Her long,loose,yellow lock,like golden wire, visit to'Jeddo, and 'that similar aoV:' }
boy,informing :Mr. Clay that of the fact, that it is very desirableto and the residue, of course, will your obedient servant; Sprinkled. with pearl, andpearling flowers \"anta.ges.ve been obtained JOT.:'the?; _

he had remitted to }his father aiyl build these vessels with despatch. be furnished from private foundriesor JACKSON MORTON... Don ntween like a golden, -,_ mantle I her- _attire; commerce'or this country "plat laed 1
mother the money to pay their passage Soon after the passage of the bill referred machine shops. A contractor Hon. J. C. DOBBIN, And being crowned with garland green, previously been concededHo Russia*: t

and that he expected them in to, I caused an investigationto would charge but little if any more Secretary of the Navy, &c. Seems* like.some. beauteous*. queen.it The same: condition is contained* ,, : 'dl
the next ship. During tM narration,I be made in reference to material to deliver the machinery at the navy I.. i Bnt if ye saw that which no eyes can aee, both treaties-namely, that :-ttre Vt
he shed tears, and was deeply affected. on hand, and the various yards at yard, Pensacola, than at' any other Hon. WILLIAM .A.,, GBAHAii.theable I The inward beauty of her torelyfprrte of high ,. ports are to be opened.in ia 'Jearr'' a

- which it had been deposited. It so yard, except the one in the 'immediate and ,popular secretary' of the Garnished Much more with then heavenly would gift jre wonder at degree sigh.; The fieldwhich, the success ofrthi. .

Is it to be wondered at that such a happens that the Government has a vicinity of his establishment.: Navy under Mr. Fillmore's' administration There dwell sweet Inn and constant cAastity; important': negotiation! ? lays.open Jtf;: ,
man should have been loved by his supply\ of.live oak .frames at every i The Department, I have no". doubt, has teen :Dominated as the .Unspotted faith and eomely womanhood,' our commerce is immeuseTs .,.

friends, as no other eminent,public yard except at Pensacola. The Bu would find little difficulty in makinga Whig candidate'f .the state senate: Regard. of honor. and mild.... mod. tY ,._ ,. 'V a ..
it -
man that I know of ever.has been? reau of Construction informs me that contract with responsible parties,I for the District'in which ho'resides. Ten me,ye merchanU!daughters I did ye.see8o =Bar(sosr)Boctm mAt the regtres t% ',. : r-. .
His was truly ft noble and elevated there is no live bak at Pensacola to .deliv r. tho requisite" machinery, The Legislature will, tithe'next ses; fcir a ereatare in your tow beforef of the War Department of; ,below orders the for ths Wash rarer Sanaa of*.".' ":'
nature. I have known no man who suitable to work Ito; a ship of:near copper and iron as cheap as tub same',: sign,, have two .United states sena ,After the c ceremony;; bountiful collation large of 1843,bare country been issued by the Secretary oT'., ...* try

possessed the quality of generosity, ly three' tbousand tonswhich, itis, can be: delivered at any other yard, tors'' to elect and Mr. ''tJraham is I Was'::provided forth h guests, the Interior.and opened The for eoantry settlement will ha as forthwith far. $oat!surveyed st j'.'"'. '"-, v.
In all its forms to an degree. : likely to be'onefth. ;iftheVhigJl.1. JDodworth's ,Band discoursed --'..
equal proposedjthesCrdups, and.it when it has to go on. : ship-board for: '". ; T *" and;; the following line,via: '
In a and confidential intimacy have annajOrity.Y.; "l From mouth Fat Rirer(S.E.:corner of OjwvJ" .' +**$:'a
long would : the of delivery. \ ct sweet music. The ,grounds were '
oe necessary to ,delay the purpose < "1 lottos .edge of the Big Pause'*:; '.'""T .;.
with him, I can,with truth say,that I work .at; Pcnsacola until it could ,be The objection ..that'.;there, are, no .PALATKA' : is-the name-of a new- filled withthe gay assemblage, rind. ':"i.;.._.".r: ': .
never! heard ,him speak unkindly or procured or shipped from'Boston.- building slips' or'Bhij: >ho1lSe:tat the barge recentlyibuilt, u.tTaln.t'ks.forthe the houses both of'1r.. Ogden.anc bonjer oTsaid laketo Istokpog, Credtj 1JIeDee%*.*...*; .' ,
i down Hid stream to the Bs I nee' ; V
disparagingly of. a political oppo, I am informed that* it will require: navy yard,Tensacoiai is,not'tenable SUver.spring'and Pal .tka'bui. big.Edej...thro'D.: pen, ;for ,their; rO Kwummee to Lake Okeeehotea;these d*> 8.tar:..- *" ", .;
nent. T., 42,000 cubic feet of'liv-e'pak'for one in jny opinion:; Thai .these cbnve nessShe .is rf equal C pacityjrith.: ception. .southern the moothtrf bordenh.icILab.Shark Rica;and lheeos the ..oleos disc.u.>W ,'. .

rliSV Detroit iVihune says: "Not t; of the'contemplated frigates. There+ niencesare notjtherejnust be attribn- the-Other; >barges,on ;thepclawaha, -. s At)six, the DrldeaJ d groom left Golf Coast to the point of original himty a,(om.,. ..

the least amusing in 'the,doings ,of would,also,have to be.shipped about ble4to, the omission of'the,: ;Depart- and :iTi owned"by ''Messrs Howse; the?company! and;most of-..the guests.' Rivet lUrbor.te.)excluding' <-all'theSe lalaBdi. pF',>feV'IHr...xn, .". ,, ',,"

/1-1 yesterday, (May 26,) was the l ..ctthati 50,000 cubic feet of white oak, in/addition ment'heretofore'to aslt for them. A: Henderson4 &";Cp>;'.?he'h S Tnade.her-- '. departed* ..- ".. 1'hiaCll'derW&, .issued az s the slits 1I1t.,w- ,: T' ,," .' .
large bodies of peoplc.whole. families r to what.,is already there, and bw.1 J tlip.pn4;; ; 'ship bonse will not .first trip,'anC' %rrivcd"'aVihetff uig eladieswill; notjforgiyp: ,ta i iwe if .. ," '-- > .1 '... J1. :: ; V

w from the -country- ,*came into the city,, between 500,000 and 600,000'pounds require:&n1:;extraordinary: science! *' 111 on'Thursday: last..:-'Sduthern- .sun., ';'do not:give'a'more'literal: account : A slap frost was otaerred fa]nhls'1r.' T,:*<>!*;*"

with their teams, to see the eclipse, of iron and copper, there being now their erection. No commission of 10th instant of her dress ; and; foreseeingpf ... the morning of the 1st last


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THE >EBRASKABILL GEORGIA fl -RAILROAD-rr- -11OVEYE. TS. 'fficers'and men as has boon operating tho, past t. be'three stsrted the smaller one home while-she t Dissolution.
THE FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE ,- will have the 'Florda Keyo and trout to another plantation near by. The lost boy >
elapsed bcfrre ; 1 : rT\n:

The Nebraska bill passed the House of Representative TLEP TJBJI O'A : While in this,part of our Sbt we have have not Reefs are accurately surveyed, ,Probably fiiro or I and icing woo_bewildcreft tr>cked through took the tb wrong. crub end and of Out;.the on rood tho,_ I- --I'the partnership undengt; ,heretofore andes the firm existing*f *.betweerfI Wiys .1-.1p9

c on.Monday night, the 22d ultimo by a as'yet the satisfaction of seeing any thing'practically aix years will piss by:beforeTwe aee tba engraved opposite*aide, some two mile Into tb< DIM woods' I Co., has this day been ditwolved by mutual coCi
I vote of yeas 11$, nays 100. It appears that it was in the railroads it i is interesting i sent J. IL B. Boras will attend to the
to a ) of Mr. of undertaken way!. charts that aro to point out tatbenatigatortheexact : but a bower obliterated hi*track', ,Up to Satur.day of all settlt
masterly move Stephens meat
owing outstanding business and for
p of afternoon xTth be bad toot been found. that
whit ultimo
: to know are the railroad prospect pa
Georgia, that the Douse was brought b a vote, the : sitknsn4extintofth :dangvrOurethand'shoal. lie to have become wild. StnttJttrn ; e, i* authorized to too the name of the firm.
seems perfectly -
condition of the bill hiving been such heretofore i .' ,. that portion ot Georgia contiguous to our territory.An ."thai luve so long bcea-his dread and des- A'v "' ':All persons indebted to tbe late firm or* a-,.

t *s to enable the minority to prevent a vote. After I Thursday, June 22 1854. :account we copy from tha Montgomery (Ala.) tt1 ctiob: _. ... quested to make inmtdiaU payment othenri
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I it wu once put upon the right track,it was pushed I I affords aaaur&Ji. that the the,accounts will bo left in } hands fur nl!
forward slowly but steadily, and with great cool- Advertiser gratifying .This survey has been most systematically conducted M.'RRYnrQ THK PEAcc.-A the last dates frorW lectioa. J. irk BOORS

ness end adroitness, until a final decision was had. RELIEF FOR THE WIDOW OF BATCHELDER. connection which Pensacala hasbeen lenVing north- and the results, I", for_.:,as known, ,ore most Utah Walker the Indian chief, KM continuing bu 1 ,FRANCISW.nn,,'
The House having resolved itsf! into Comaiit- wardly..froin"thtl-point ia iit"pro pec(of accomplishment '-aat rlict i.-' depredation upon emigrants 'and the Mormol" Jacksonville, June 19, [2I:] 1354.- St
I A coUwtion amounting one hundred dollars) indicate settlements., The subject being before of the I ,_
% tee of the WholeI t Circumstances a second abortion ofT. A. one .
iiJ! I move to strike out the and ,:The bydrographical rtl..ill command conference meetings of the Mormons. Elder Smith *. ..
Stephens has been raised by 'peorle of.cur town, remitted 'cf the Brunswick and Florida Enterprise Pork Ccin t&:
I cJ.aus3I do this to cut off all amendments !: Craven, Lieut th: S. X., eailedfor New York on the intimated (that ho could settle the difficulties with ,

enacting, and to have the Wl reported ta the Uus. t the widow. of Mr. Batchclderfths] offlocrwho the A'eiet, published there, in fact announces the 4th, in th'steamer clMwa.The the Indians provided some of the sisters bad a JUST received at the old sUad. .

I and"oted uion. (Sensation and expressions ofIlUrprisc. was killed iu Boston during the late fugitive rjault and with it its own demise, having been established -, schooner L'eut! Totten was towed taatef'r wigwam life. He Maid: barrels Mess Pork. .
Peirtt '
ft .) In dcfeces of ths! motion, I quote the stave riot. Savannah, we believe, took the load. into it states in of tho constructionof "1 know men arc careless, women are careless; 3 hands l'rime Pork IJIv, -,,:.If} 1'
prospect out of the harbor by the steamer. Lieut T. goeson and if there is not taken will C0; <> busbtU l (horn,
greater care
13th rule: iu this form the women
.p A motion to strike: out 'he enacting words of a South, i manifesting of appreciation to the road, and to represent its interests. We are board the GJrwi*, and Lieut Wescott takes the be carried away prisoner, and their children will ,lw barrels Flour. .f., .?-..". _....
devotion '
of the man lit) sacks Flour
bill fcball have th] fr..f>rer.ce if a motion b of iu people I sorry in this instance, as we always are, to lose a command-calling at St. Augustine e, and from, be' murdered, if they wander off carelessly and ,
bales Eastern ,
t amend, and if earned. shall be considered: equivalent support or the laws of the country-laws in whch: fraternal neighbor. la this complexion of Road thence sailing direct to New London. without protection. I tell you, in a country like ,l'/J S firkin New Butter.Hay '
its the whole Union has much this: where women are and bard
to rejection. and indeed scarce to
tin South, get, we -
Now let the committee stria out the enacting Oar kss matters the people of So thwes13rn Georgia! manyof The steamer Swetary Walter, Liout. Sands, arrived bare: treat need to take care of them. Walker :June u. 18M.. s:X WILLlAMi!
own numerous Ins
clause of this bill and let it thus be reported to A.te community whom had boon looking forward to a seabord on the 4th from the Bay. Taking a supply of himself has leased me for a whito wife, and if any I -A,

the House and have no further amendments. gre ths; ennll earnest of hu.good will in the outlet at Savannah, again turn their attention: to coal, she soiled far Norfolk"on the Cth. of the sisters will marry him: I believe I can Notice.
When we grt it into the House, the question will! dieciol. I Savannah close the war forthwith. I am certain that unless J C. BROWN would respectfully inform tliij
byway '
be on agreeing to the .' The fr.endsof the I the southwestern railroad, reaching The surveying schooner t>p7ii
bill will Dot vote down the motion ; then we will JASICS A. Pipes, of fiiis State, has received the of Macon; and in a public meeting! a committee and laid up in ordinary for the summer. may supply himself on a liberal scale, and without country, that he bus located his Store on Bay street!

have the bill to vote on. [Voices-"That's it--r-iod, : from the Administration of Charge was appointed to.address the Directors of the Lieut.O. "W. ?lead.-, of tho Topographical Corps closing the war either. In conclusion, I will sat, opposite Dr. Baldwin's Oilier, and near Bisbee"
go ahead."] It will then be in or:kr fir tha Chairman ppointent Southwestern in reference to the contin- if any lady wishes to be )(.,Walker if she will Ctnova'a where be offers for sole at wholesale M j
of the Committea oa Terr.;!* r.cs t) move hs: d'\tJc f Buenos Ayrcs, and his been confirmed company U. S. A., is at present at Sand Key, superintendingsome report herself to me, I will negotiate the match.OBITUARY. !' retail a large and well-selected stock of Dry Good,

substitute as an amendment, wh-d! I1! a'J cf us waul by tha Senate. Gen. P. this place fur Washington uation of their road to Albany. The committeehave repairs to thit structure. A government Boots and Shoes, Groceries and Provisions, Hardware -

to vote on. The friends of the b U'. stindirg tgether _- : on Tuesdiy, the Eth lef instant, preparatory to conferred with tho Directors, and pledge the transport is in I.icut.I's charge, on board of and Cutlery; also>a large lot of Crock -

will be brought to vote rectly mi tin contribution of one half: the expense necessary to which the materials for iruu ware. For sale at extremely low prices, for cash ui
beacon of
measure. In this wuv, wo get r.l; of ctnt:nuus receive his credentials from the Government,'and construction from Americus to Albany are an colossal DIED on the morning of ths 26th nit.by accident hand I, by .. c. BKOWX* ,

motions to adjourn. I make this u:<.tion, because let Snumbercf his; fulow-citzcr.s! ;: who cilled informally the additional ( dimensions the Rebecca Shoal; and also, from fire,:1XuCT HART, daughter of CoL Isaiah June r2, 1353.

it ia time we were voting; on the bl I IL Iu friends at hs: room the Bu.Tingtoa House, on' ;) but it appears that the Board have concluded materials for a light-hjusa tj ba built at the N.AT. D. Hart of Dar, }a.
And enemies have scusaed: it iu tin Senate, a decision the proposal until a couaty Groceries fee.KM
of the Monday previous. The occasion was tnado one to defer a upon pass ofthis harbor. We learn that nelth: jr of these .
House, and throughout the country; the mind regular meeting to be held in Americas on the 12th : structures will bo built this bushels Corn
at first intended.
summer ,
I doubt madj already we fur the interchange of porting social sentiment
man, not up; I '
every we have bad motions t) amend th' impcrt-mt: was a brief re-union cf political; friends and cppcncnts of October nest ,Among the reasons for this! are We are Lth to adJ to the record of aflllctlagd'sjcnaationa : : !3oO bobs Hay

Mr. int the gent'crasn: ra'sirg'! thit : hive been made fvr cosncrlloa: ; which have visited our town, another 5 lHjp.lioaJi Baron Sides! :
8' Giddings rntptci -.all gratified that a tlzen: of our SUt, and applications The light ship stationed at the above pass is now 45 barrels Mess Pork. -<

4-. the question could that IUR inuLon back to was the not enacting In order cUubO, because one ability: hid been selected for this resp.ctiLle w'th the Southwestern road by Eufanfo,TVrt C!attic, at the wharf of Browne & Curry, undergoing fortuitous calamity in which: Is; involved the painful 15 barrels Clur'fied Sopar

d the they bill not go diplomatic : < Biinbridg, and other points ia the v.clnliy. The repa'rs.: She will return tj lur position in a few death of a daughter of one of our oldest and most 5 Powdered aid Crushed, "'

The Chvnni overruled bis; point, saving the postiom'p.. estimated cost of ths extension to Albany is G't'- days.To public-spirited citizens. Th's: occurrence resulted: W "" Leaf Lard, -'.-

rule was specially adapted for that purpose.Mr. Prom destruction of tha country dwelling of CoL SO Canal }Flour ,--
I.VTOEMATIO: is ECQAEB TO Caora.-Information 50' sacks Tennessee Flour.
Jfo doubt of that! Does the 000.The
Hiboard contemplate- that, if his motion prevail!:gentleman thegentleman of a character most valuable. f .readers portion of Georgia now penetrated by the On Lt'rlcrt"file Georniin : Hart by fire, commencing ut at. early hour of the 10 boxes Pale and No. 1 Soap. .

from Illinois, Mr. Ii.chrdspn, shall is that ia rf r nee to the cl newp'Jpr condition Southern extreme of this railroad is that bordering L.ETVIST, June S, 1814, day, when the other members of the family ,were 25 boxes Candles, ,: '

tnove and the House order the previous question to ; of the crops i thj interior of the Stit3.: Will on the Florida line, and lying north of TalUlwcsce, A small schooner of 150 tons is being built! by ,, seated in Ihs piazza of the bulldinp. Tho flame 10 20' dozen boxes Candy Broom, .- "' ,.

be put. subscrlbsrs: others in the interior consisting! : Baker, Doughirty and Thomas count John D1ft un. She is intended for the coasting were heard roirlug; anti Ac soon discovered filling 5 dozen Bucket .
Mr. Stt-phens-It is to b'lsc th< House ta vote our or oblige us ,
directly' on Mr. Uichardson'* subtt.tdtand it i# by keeping us informed on this subject? Whether es. Its products have ia the main,we believe,heretof trade. Her Embers: are wholly of cedar and oak. the bed room which: tho unhappy daughterwas :0 ream Wrapping Paper

:I the object of the friecds of t'xe b'11! to hive a vote are acquaintances or cot, >re Lund an outlet through ths Florida ports. She will be a good vasaj'', and from her rresent ap- resting, and enveloping; the bed in which! she 2,000 pain Boots and :Shoes -

4 named.ately business. and then go on ai.d attend to other we crcpondcnt shall with; emit personal welcome recsive their fivers. But we notice; that by a late report of the opera- pearanc3 a far: sailor. Liy. The discovery: was too l..te. The unfortunate All 200 for dozen sale Cotton low for Hose.cash, by "' ,.-

Here the opposition rescmrd their ijirao cf maS A line or two occasionally for tho press on this tions of the Southwestern road, it his incrsascd in In the same yard with: the schooner preparationsare young lady being a.i invald: was unable! to rise June 22, 18.-1. J. C. BROWN.

'king motions and calling the yeas and: na"s. A subject is sa'acceptable servics: t the public. receipts, within the tea months ceding JUstMiy being made to lay down tho keel of a clipper from the bed or to givo the alarm,and was, unhappily -

tccne of much excitement e- uI: I, cad'was cont'i-: -. lst,?79,ISO 6?,over the receipts of the t;-i months ship: of 10,000) tons burthsn. ILr moulds arc all consumed before relief could be afforded. Col. lime, &c.

ned to a late her at n't.: TLc fr or.'Is of the previous to that period. Whether this is attnlmj> ready and most of thj t'inbcrs: upon the ground. Hart was at the time in town, and,notwithstandingthe BARRELS Thomaston Lime.
last emitted
were a ; !:-.:11 n.onJ l icadtiy;! foi- -la cur we to name amongth 5O
'ard L Mr. U:1t howenr: n i.Liuii h\ .q; l lon I. suMii- III: prtc:: insdreJ, the name cf Rev. W. D. liar- ble to a diversion of trade from f ur OW.I1' : ': tJ The 1.ec1.wJI bs sent oat from New York, and is summons to the negros on the plantation,nothing -iu IS kegs bags Rio Nails Coffee,

IT all : Savannah via the railroad wh,.ih it is iVuu timber to be used in her construc- could be done to the clement ,
previous cut na; t d'bt', e-r >.r the nly foreign stay devouring
; 4 barrels
ed te qust.u. low, who hid Lit his library and a number of articles Syrup,
Wi clc for and crtJ; ojur :pn-.tiicted ttru the gross increase production of the c'utry.: we tion; the balance, which consists: cf dog wood, mahogany unt'I the house and it contents were consumed.The 2 hogsheads Molasses,
'f Mr. R Unrdsun, to of value in the store of D. JlcCacn, boxed up
gle .t lezg;: .utut- XvLra-Va a i 1.1;; s.tme t me biing forwarded ta They are not just now enabled to say from ;V lat.be- color, oak, and yellow! pine, is furnished! remains of the deceased that were recovered 1 hogshead Porto Rico Sugar

since 5ubstutt introduced iu the l.ou .f the t>. eat preparatory 1 h'm Lire us. Should it b?, however, the r.ouit..r a by ourowa forests. This will bs the first ship: ever I from the ruins of the fire were interred with 15 boxes JIanulacturod Tobacco.
1.in were oIl stated at about $JOOO.Arnurg 10 barrel Whiskey
bil prevailed; ULJ, : Inli wss real : cansuc-OS preference growing with the people of Gejrg.i: to built in the State;but wo will not commence to brag due solemnities! from the residence: of Col. Hart in 5 barn Rum,
: insured whose
t and at 1 oV.ui.kat, uigL nas rcs>odby the part'cs name was abandon our ports and markets fur the.r: ow.i, or until her keel cats the water; sufScs to sty, that her town, on the following day. 5 barrelii gin.
IIS, l>*). emitted; Col. J. Sanderson, who was insured -
I svctofyeis Much in nays the llous and fjlluw- was that they fiid greater pecuniary advantage ta result tnodJ is beautiful, aud looks as if it embodied; all I We condole wth; ths bereaved parents upon their; For sale cheap for cash, by J. C. BROWN.
IPfbuS ? wlih; bss much beyonl
It for JV J>\ t reaching June 22,1854.
ed the vtite, accompaiiiod TV.t'a sue a., :.ug.
f Lord Elgin, Uovtrnor Gincriil I Canidi, and th..t r mountA instead ofa Florida port, we may expect the farther The excessive dry weather of ths p ist winter:and :I t> them the consoling privilege of 'Smoothing the For Rent.
w.th a ail miss'on: t th s Email portion: cf cur edition! contained an extra -
charged fp; C"Utr extension of the Southwestern road to mare devcl- jig has enabled the eatsrprising proprietor of i dying pillow and closing! the dim eyes of the de-
was present in the lobby dcr g ihs S.VULS :a the nought in stating: the amount for which! :Mr. I A DWELLING House on Duval street In-
House. ope th's: feeling and subtract the more from our the Key Wert SaltWorks: to collect an unprecedentedqaaattyofsalt par!d. quire of F. BARRETT..
Fini-gin: has soil his B street rroprty. was
I Gulf trade. At the same time: Savannah is bending -ths production, with"ths best portion "Thsrs is another :and a better world." June 2:, 1:1.-1.
: The XJ>r s\.a bP.l l, as pnj-sd by the n--.ise, i2rO'\< it was corr..ct'y'! jiutcJ iu most of our of double i "
all her efiorts to draw to lIeNc, the products of the year to come, being that cf any
without the Clarton aiueiwniPiit, was dnpt.d by> edition.
Florida! ; by her projected railroad. *These cw.s'deratiocs : )fr. Dennis! has already raked over Notice.
the cf the ath by of formerycar. MAFL7 ED.
I the Senats on night a vote The name of Crcspo was cT.Itt.d: in : of
24. ayes to 13 ims. The names ut tliese Jitter, od.tion; 1 the : 1o.tOI : make more apparent our duty of not bsing! 5O,1)'( bushels of the best rock salt, and his: artificial ; In Jacksonville, Florida, on tha 2.>th of April, undersigned will; be absent at the North

are Allen,Dell!' Che, Ci.ton.l"" 'M l!, Gilkttc, Uur.lin our as among tutre.LAlhough sight cf our own interest, and of not cbr.udjning : pans are full, and the natural ponds still contain Mr. FEANCIS M. WALLIS, of illimore, Maryland, TilE the present time until about the bat of
mentioned tht Jlr. Kid vrsuld rot
Jaincs, Sumner, \ e / we our purposs to devise some means to create such more than the entire force can collect (should and Mrs. M. C. JOEBA.V, daughter of Mr. E. Crcspo October next when they will re-open a stock of
The Cl.'yton:' an.cndmcnt, cur readers will remember bn:Id upon the Jones land: or for that cs.uto, we (Good for th's market. Ia the mean time their
1 prvh"bitcd: but citizc: s cf the facilities as will at least give: us the managementand there bj m further evaporation! ) fir months to of Augustine, Florida.
L r.ry 'nitc learn that be has .". store Lit. fiv.in Ja Ige business will be in the hands of RODXKV DomvAjr.
4 States voting on the fwirnnt'on. of the Stile purchased: transportation of our own State products. Su- come. Mr. Dcnais prospects are certainly flatter New York and Baltimore papers please copy. Esq. 15LOODGOOD & DOWSE.
and Pine;
tution ttliiiivvcr one :' be farmed-thereby Douglas, on the square 5
} miy pincncss will only make us tributt-payurs to our ing. JUlie 22d l 54. .Sm
to to whoci it t-ht.uM nciusivelj bi- streets' Bay where ha Ins baul .d near
I giving thp!: vhelha not i on already zr !luxs and anxious neighbors.: We must be up The sponge fisheries: about whch: little: has ever MARINE NSWS-POaTOFJACKSONVILLE.!
lon l the right of or .
d.t"nlilil oc'o' bricks; and contractor, M. McDermot, has Notice.WILL
-? tlaviTy frhtHild cx'st: in Netn>ka and Kans-is. The 1 and doing, or "Florida Enterprise": will became a been said, are becoming of considerable importance. ENTERED"Jmo .
I' commenced : for a brick store, 80 x .
defeat of this claus by the 1.u. (,f &"rrfnt- preparations G/ jest. The amount collected in 1353 exceeded (<)X>,-- 14,-Brig: Model Dorr, Portland. be BOld at the residence of CuL! E. I).
tivex, ( the IVnoictJa ,) operates to Mr. Sobers has also bought on ths same qurc, (
rmu'k the imids I. 000 Ibs, and the sales were $25,000. The price-! 18,-Schr. I'avihm.: Blanchard Charleston. ,, in Nassau county just opposite
of stiou
throw te s'.tJ\cnt qu ILW for the purposa buildIrg. I31TORTAST FUGITIVE SLAVE CASE. 20 Delma Foster New Traders' IHI; ite Friday the 14th day of July next,
Brig York.
of who wli, d-uLtks, be seat this: article has now gone up to {)? and the increase -
tb Iaup.r: -c- .. the following Government property to wit One
out : actiye l. Ila\"ery in the collection: u about ihe same ratIO-so CLEARED old and harncs. lot of old Township
buggy a large
ortOerts SALE. -
PRESS FOR Th trial! of an important fugitive: stave cass hsoccnrcd
I in the Northern i citics, wit i ctng upon that the crop of '51 will bs of considerable: value. June 17,-Bark Henry Kelsey, Brcnholm Bncno Maps, and one old Spy HlaM. Terra of sale
this in Boston, since our last issue. The
hh S very queston.I The Press, Type and other raatsria's: of the An The gathering is made by the Bahamian, who con"st'tute : Ayres. ca"h. JOHN C. PEW
-. arrested named Burns the of Col.Suttlc 1C, -Schr. Castilian Boston.
was property Morgan, June Sth, 1831. 2C-d U. S. Timber Agent.
-; COTTON IN ENGLAND. cie Cit Prlntjig Office, are advertised in the issue of Alexandria, Virginia. The case was : a larga portion of our popu tion. It is sold 18,- ':chr. X. L. Wesson, Coomb. Boston.

I FORI. of that paper of tlrJ.Y lest, fur sale. Application here to one or two dealers, who ship to New York, 14,-Schr. Marcelln. Norton Portland.
.1. ; The Wash'ngton! ScnUnt- publishes the following: ; : to be made t) E. B. Canova, the .late taken up an the 26th ultimo, the owner being prer- whence, it is said, the most finds iU way to Franca -Brig Linda Gallison, Philadelphia. For Sale.
COTWpondence : eat, and the negro burg in custody of the Unit V-BrigSarah Wooster, Wooster,Boston.
U! publisher. We da tot lera from the nctic, and Germany. It is there used in the manufactureof 16- Martin: Van of the Burlington steam saw-mil'
;8 GBOSVESOB STECET, February: \ 1S54. States Marshal. On the evening of that day, one BurKi.Coepns, N. Y. OXE-THIRD ,
I iq Deer:,: I have wntin th 1 ci:ts, ta bj l Lft in whether the books, good will, conduct, ic of the of the officers the entrance of the CourtHouse hats, mattrasscs, sofas, chairs! Ac. The preparation 1Schr. Dingo, Smith, Boston. at the junction: of Doctor' Lake
BhonJd! not find ct If will! guarding manufacture is 14,- Tiger, Carlson New York. and St John's river twclvj miles above Jackson
case I you hor! yru concern, are :included. so, the off.r presents a during the carctully kept a secret ,
be address ti Mr. Baylcy, I and who was acting as an aid to the JJarshal 14- Georgia,Pettingell,Philadelphia. ville. The mill has recently been put ia fine run
pood yourself
", enough t goad opportunity the conductor of a to We should! that the Eastern wars
( press suppose and the location isin
4 President cf M.mchi.eUr ChamUr: t/l Con.- f.r ', was shot dead by some one of a party who 17,- Ceresco,Lord, Bo toa. ning condition every wardurable.
: ', merce, he will, I am. sure, trUd'v! g'vo you all the locate in a del!gLtful stution-Lhc: enjoyments of made an onset upon the building.: On the same would enhance its valua (1'01thz counties 15Denmark, Cromwell, Bath. There is belong to the mill i in tb.

informiUon you require, lie is rrgily eng.:ged :n which: are fine climate end refined population, I rfonyiiiyt that thslr fire arms will need. liS Breeze, Chenev Boston. neighborhood of two hundred acres of land, (Sl&
i day, a meeting was held at Faneuil Hall, occasioned : old! field! which well for
answers a for
the cf Cotton 17Almira Ryder Biistou. pasture
: : quality respecting Joy,
,I spinning very bYe: share of advertising: There has been some sickness among oar foreign
., wMch you wish; tj be iufvrmed ilokc use of myntrne : very respectable nc by the arrest, and after several! abolitionists: bad M.! Flying Cloud, CLfford, Damaris.- stock; five dollars per acre has been frequently of-
i,:- fur an intrucion companies the transf"r."r e hope that the announcement delivered themselves, the meeting ctssolved, upon population. the past month, but a change in the cotta. fend for it. There are also two comfortable

; / I .nv ycur will secure a mutually advantageous temperature has: checked the disease, and the new 13,- Mechanic: Daniels Boston. dwelling house, negro quarters, blacksmith-shop
dr 1.1 of the attack the Court llousc.
: rem COBDEN. hearing upon V-Brig< : Tyrone BartXs! New Yurk.a tool, &c. For further particulars and terms apply
f. sale, and will insure the coctlnuad: permanence and cases all :yield! readily to proper treatment Then ,
The examination: continued 28th 20tb tu the the
Gco. N. Esq. May and -Schr.Marcia Tnbon Swcetezr Prov. undersigned on premises.
J S.'DtE prosperity of the Ancient City, as well a be a worthy have been twenty-one or twenty-two deaths; snce B. wr.cnT..
I was not brought ta a close until the beginning of -- ----
CHiMBEE OP COMSEBCB AVB } \ reflex of the polite centre of which its name is tile 10th of May, more by ten than occurred in the Burlington Mill, March 30, -. 08
: fIFACtIt the succeeding week, when the decision awarded
M&uclicMer, f whole previous Charleston Market June 16th.
; > : the fynocyme. year.r. ,
the fugitive into the hands of his! proven owner, DMIXISTRATIOX NOTICE.
Sir: This rooraing I had the.honor of recurringyour I.' & -By virtue of
: communicat'ou: : and ir.qu'ry: cf yestenliy. Cot Suttle. Of course, the excitement continued CHOPS. LONG COTTONS.-The transactions in this article an order cf the Hun.Felix Livingston Judgeof

I To the simple question, "do" the manufirtiifers: of "Pdssous! Somebody suggests that somc- throughout the trial, and the most thorough precautions have been all but confined Probate fur Duvul county on the 22d day of
t Sea Island Cotton assort it by the lock," 1 cnn body present the Editor of the Rfpulllcin with: a It is trulygrat'fyingsays the Tampa Fbi.\ JZeraFJ entirely to Stained July next, will be offered for"Sale, before the CourtHouse
deemed to the
:' 'r give the pofc'tlve rop'y that they do not, nor would of cd'torial: srfaera. We've been sorely ctuj were necessary preserve of the 7th instant, to near such flattering accounts Cottons, and of which a largo amount baa changed door in the town Jacksonville,the follow

it, upon an cxtinsl 5r prw'tic scale, possible pair slave in the hands of the officers. But the law finally us are gvcn: us froni all section of our own.and hands, say from 550 to COO bales! prices ranging ing personal and all the real estate,belonging to the

for them to do BO. 'he "Iinner of fine Se-, Island I without: the art'cle: since the.rr ws confess. I triumphed. The State Military were called the adjoining counties. From '( Creek, the Corn from 12) <(gl5 cents. There baa been little estate of the late John A. Jones deceased for the

I cotton, of course ett'n t--! longest stapled cotton somebody, in receipt of a "new stock cf cutkry, out on the occasion by the Mayor aiw! a talc- and Cotton crop is far better than any previous iu Whites very payment of the debts of said estate, yin .
upon doing they ore dull and and -
I the best, and in all thj'r r-n-cef bs they get ridf does us in that way, we shall certainly cut him; year by one-half and many acres of the cotton heavy, prices One negn woman about sixty; yean of ate;
1 a much short fibre rs th:' can, and prcsurve it thj kindest cut of all" Don't all graphic. despatch being sent to the President of the iiclda will not yield: less than from 1,500 to 2.00C of a decided downward tendency. S. >"of Sec. 25. T. 1. B. 25;
l unimpaired altht lout Cbrn'.)CssectUly the artof "i b United States, be responded approvingly of an order pounds per acre. The Corn will yield not less than RICE.-Prices ranging from 3> g3K for common N"ofScc.36T.l l .R. M, 640 acre*:

the cvr.sists i'f disentangling the sand at coca."p which had been given to the United States 85 to 4'J bushels per acre, on Most, if not all the q-i-.lity, and 3*'(@X fur Fair there having N. .. V of See. 24, !T.I. R. 23, S. 4 E.l6)aerrsSKofN.ofSl0T.2I14S&E. -
I fibres of cotton,in freeing these from all cxtroneouisubstances hammock lauds and rear that on tho common ,
longest I troops in the vicinity, to present themselves at the been no good or prime: on the market.
p and impute.: in aocuiingthc The (Ocala) Southern San, we are hippy to sea, 40aeren;
fbr in obtaining them of equal length and final Las nude its erpccra.nee-the number of the I scene of riot The call upon the Federal troops pine.From Itcliapucksassie, onr friend; }1. C. Brown GRAIN.-The arrivals cf Corn since our last S. E.U of X.E. ?of S c.. 12, T. 2, R. 25, S. E.
tem parallel, so that they wilt freely w.-s made on the spot, under the cuthority wh'ch: writes us: "It was presumed that the cold in have amounted in bulk to about 8000 bushels. Of 44 acres;
llnp pass cachotbor in the subsequent process 10th instant having reached us on Thursday last had been April last, would have niakr'u'.ly: aff.cled our Cot S. W. X*t S. W.3:cf Se?. 7, T. 2. R. 26, S.*E,
of elongation into a lice (if yarn W thr.c The Alligator Adttrtiter and the Tampa Herald, previously given by Mr. Fillmore in 1831 to in; but on the contrary, it i is barely poss'bkfir: i it these a cargo or 2500 bu>hcls Md., ordered by a 39 8-100 acres.

-* From my own knowledge, tbe'cotn Fhrd.! also, both came,t hand a week or so previously.It .- These preparations fur the mob were effectual; the to look better. I will net hazard my opinion, by; dealer, were stored; some 1700 bags Western, via W. }Jf of S,VT. J of See. ",T. 2, R. Sfl, 8. 4 E,

is a excellent end desirable quality the tJin- not little singular tint, antecedent. to their: Boston Adscrt'arr, however, a paper friendly to the giving its probable yield, for fear of exc.ting you"risible New Orleans, sold at 92 cents'$ bushel, of SO H 180 acres.
ncr, but it has been sent to market in a i a observance of the law, says, that the array of mill *. Our Corn, Peas Potatoes, in f.J.ct our S. W. !X of N. E. Jf of Sec. 53, T. 1, R. 25,S.4 E.,
returned the balance of Tennessee in
knotty condition; which ll greatly diminished its present appearance, these per all had the mis. as the evils entire vcgetablo crop, has never boon equalled. J I bags bags by 80 8-100 acrea.
: was ,
tary anticipated
value. I have seen 'Iurid.cotton cleaned fortiine' to 0 temporarily suspended, through die- unnecessary occasion ully hear you boasting of the great things Railroad remain unsold this quality is dull at O@; S. \\ of S. VT. >/of Sec.22,T.1, B.23, S. 4 E.

..- and pNpa I by the and which! cot : in the receipt: of printing! papsr. At not so imminent as was imagined. The result Gf from your sand hill village gardens; you da not 01 c. 1 19 85-100 SCftS.S.

ton, has been. incelcd in value by that appointments the affair was, that the negro was conducted to the know what tine vegetables are, until; yOU come mt HAY. The of the week about 250 bales W. %of N.W. V, snd S. W.V of N. WJ/l
preparation to the extent of twenty per cent That the same intsrval, our Jacksonville papers: were wharf, (whence be was conveyed on board a United hero and see them." Tuank'ye, .Mr. B., wtfl receipts and S.W. %of N" 1 }{. and N. VT.X of S.EX'
b;. gin, applied to Florida ctttun,would great arrested by the Cre-so that the whole East. Florida come. North River sold at $1,20 cash. of Sec. 27; :1'. 1, R. 25, 198 tltl0Oacrcs.AisoLotsNo1,2,8and4bScc2.

.. advantage, does not admit of a doubt press have been, for a time, under eclipse, with States Revenue Cutter in this harbor,)by an escort Mr. Fri reon from Ilernando count, iys, that FLOUR.-The sales made have been for So. Ca. T. 3 S..

a 'f: U the cotton planter would always recollect that of the City. of St Atine of 1,500 military, nod no further violence occurred thu crops of Corn, Cotton, Cune, Ac., have not and North Carolina, at from $S@3S', principally R. 26, containing about 180 acres AH of the
require even and disen th exception .nZn \ been excelled since the aforesaid tracts of land situate in Dun County.
; i te,. only pure on the way, than the impalement: of a dray settlement of that county;
f. -, fibres; I nave be would save him. Being again "out, miy they all shine! that the planters lire sanguine in not purchasing d &XV? I'M. and @tK for bur1- Etowab Terms made known on day of sale. -

-, -- 1gJet l mnc'truble and Increase the value of tho 'e horse by one of the bayonets, while an attemptwas corn next yearn; the contrary, will be able U brands in the early part of the week sold at $9, but POLLY:; ANN JOXES

p ; ad culd cliss.fy! : the fibre accord- CHARGE OP : .-Thj PonsioU Gazette made to drive tha animM through the, procctsioa. supply all that may commence now plantations in we understood that recent sales of small parcels Administratrix.J. .

;, ', lag' t teir length, ad pack the cott-iu: in biles mentions that Com. an relieved Com.Tat naIl! Burns, tha slave, has, aceord'ng: to late advices the county. had been mado at |8i". P. SANDERSON
t, .' with and assorted fibres, a further adnnf' In fact from of the March SO, 18o4. ju22d Attorney.
; be the of the command of the Navy Yard.at that place on arrived in Alexandras: and sijs the only regret every part our country. pros- BACON.-Sales of Sides and Shoulders have
would ,
for full
tage reult aro highly flatttring, quite
time I most happy ta afford thD 27th ult and received the usual 6Ut2S.la. he has on touching again "Old Virginuy's crops made the week the former from
At any bhal youanyrjfijbrmition sulScicnt t>> warrant us ia saying that "good times been during at my absence from the i State McQcrrv
upon this important subject which; shore," is that of having "l"st the cjnmlenee: 4 his are coming.". "- 707>i, the latter at from 6@8( >& the outside fig- DURISG ,Esq.will attend to the settlement

I may h1avcthhonorobeir possess. The Newport (Wukulkv county) J:1 locations master!I" Faithful fallow that-but he ought not to The St. AugustIne Ancient City nays: "We urea at retail only. Hams partake of the general of all my H nsettled professional business and fully, -
havo from all the most favorable accountsof -
have chir.ce. quarters authorized by me for this pnnwiw."
4 f most obedient servant, an affray which took place a that place!on the evening the growing crops., Tho rains have been abundant dulnes, and are even more so than the former. JAMES A. PEDEN.

1 'f yu TllOS. A YLE President' of the Sth, between Mr. WiMia-n Blythj and Tha press of the country is, of course, making! and reasonable, and the quantity of provisions LARD.-Is selling at retail at 10c@ 11 cents Jacksonville, Fla.,May t.lM1. jn5-4t

4 Gto.:2f. S.nu Elq. Haubcn Barrow. The ia3.ctjd; nu.nbt its comments upo\tht;* truly grava and fciportaai which; will bo I:u'd b,. will much ass-st the
ttt : for prime quality. ,
4w- !C; ; U' _Cou_. ._of_the_U. S. Lnon.11 11.severe wounds upon Blythr, which! however, it topic. Some regard ties result with great satisfaction new settlers in tin interior. :" S.\LT.-Thero is scarcely any thing doing in this J ackso'n\"iIIe Alligator Plank Road. <

is DOW thought will not prove 0 .tit Barrow was as a signal triumph of tho Fugitive Slave p article there being no demand-holders, however, Company.
r SCPDEX Diseaiacz.-The Charleston (",- in the of for ha Law, and a highly creditable display of the fid-hty PENSACOLA RAILROAD.. '
bound over sum. $3,00 : continue firm at lio sack for Liverpool Stockho'ders will bItch
S. wof 9th instant On the 7th of April ?t, jP.- ,generally p General meeting
a young man Ily of Rober II. McCartney aiice a cu.t of the officials of Boston, aa it truly is. Cot But The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Coarse. A at Jacksonville on the Sth day of July-

left this city bJ thoft visit: Atlant Gcorgiu, .' tle himself, in a card written by a friend, eulogizes Alabama and Florida Railroad Company.was heldon BAGGING AND ROPE..An order for the inte next for the purpose electing; a Board Directors

but nothing his been heard of alc: the Pita FLORIDA NAVAL RESERVATIONS.It the Bostonians, and says, even that Virginia and the Cth instant at the saloon of the Exchange. riorfor to serve for(weave months. By order of the Board
6 cf When be was on his way to Marietta, Massachusetts are united closer'than in the The reports of the President and the Chief Engi- about 70 bales Gunny Cloth, was executed GEO.W.c.u.L Secretary.

G pl i J. rather awkward to have .to ever neer were received. during the week at 14. cents, and of 200 coils Ropeat julotdJacksonvllo-
aa rout go f bonds of union. But other oT scott.!
lie i of high respectability, and exponeuts The elected Directors
was young min following gentlemen were lOM BUL articles are held firmly, and thesupopl1
engaged In the employ of Messrs. Adamft 4 (., in the Sn.anl press fur newt from ou Tampa ment are Baying that the result sadder than any for the ensuing rear: T.;J. Judge, Charles T. Pollard I- Plank Road

their Ataukug Department at Baltimore, ){uland! neighbor; but in th's: instance it is owing to the preceding one of a like character,and ihtt the utera Abner McGehee Wm. Taylor, T. M.( Cowles,. but light,_ I I Alligator

At the time,of"his'leavaig this city; he I ba fire and t our exchanges being "piled. Our Savannah necessity of calling out so vast an crray (militaryis George Goldthwaite".t-leming Freeman- B. S.'Bibb .. Company.

4 b&thta. has taken the trouble to con and Geo. Matthews. Savannah-Market June 17th. Treasurer ofthe ia now
flTUIE Company prepared
.ir about of : complex- ctmporr an awful commentary uponour vaunted union. The ,
21 years nge, light following resolution was adopted:>
2 o JL receive the second and third instalment

fen,ad in .a black pair of pints, light dense the following, and of cur:he becomes theprtpcr Tho latter, we fear, are of that class who are very That in the opinion of tho stockholders'it is for this quality of the: to stock the Company each of 20 per cent.upon
SEA ISLANDS Thedemand of
b1c oYercoat ana hard to pleased by the If there be no mani: GEO. .CALL Sccretarr.jalStf .
: hid a' .yalnable gold watch The Tampa JTt raid say :reserve- has been made the State much of it placed under contract as the means and Cotton has been light during tho week, the sjles '
festationofco-opcration by with the Federal
I and a considerable Bum of money. Any ia thit county, on IlJlsborough river, in Range the credit of the company will warrant and the being limited.to .120 bales at: extremes ranging .

information" of hi. dead or Ilivl w.ll Le thank' 29, Township 2S, MyecekedLttIte: offica )tlrL Adams most valuable and productive hammock in the State, letter 'and inoperative; -and when it Is invented : vigorous and prompt measures to secure the comP Tailoring.i
Coe ,either in city laud and t ( of the road at the earliest practicable Exports 478 bales ._ .
JJ t Batre at lent SO antes direct to Tampa by not with the life and power of a patriotic: determination ,- pc-. ,
; less than W Lj water, and much ofit having no instruments fiO ." BICE-The sales of the week,haves;bCSflhXIiitedROtIGh rpHOMAS ANDREW,well known to be expertJL -
find the
$ AJ'v TirtStNAT* OFAMBEt.-The Sacra* Naval timber.: they f.\uU.with by:whichit Tho.Presdent of this road has assured iii that to 150 casks at'$3#per hundred pound._ I enced in Cutting and Mskiug informs the citj--

L mento i'v*,
accne'in th California Senate Chamber: reserving the Keys, Islands and lands immediately where man is painted a good deal better, than man most eligible route surveyed, and that no time will taken the bomse next door toBissu4 Cuou'.

"Dar te eig of the yea.sandoays,- a ) on the sea coast for-Naval purposes, ,wherever really Is, that they can find the harmonious perfection be loot ia putting as much under contract as the at 95 cents per buaheL Store, where he is now ready to receive oQ erdera
proprietress, known o there nay be sufficient timber to make it a matter ability of Vip company will justify. Our community FLOUR -Georgia brands continue to sell at f 38J that are entrusted to lunv He warrants all nuts

( j 'widow Dwe.; entered the l tllvleadiug 1 one of of intercbt to that departmentIt _, they'contemplate. Wc'tIJ'O "aorry that there have been looking forward for prompt actionof 50 bbl. and.in sack asIa $7} tbe pages collar;and flourishing horsewhip does question- however, the propriety of locating are people at the North who, :will stand back'from this kind,and'we are glad that their anticipations per, ia as at any other place in the United States.

over hllbc Having reached the KKsess in reserved lands tt a point where timber cannot nothing but gun muzzles and sabres i but if they will be speedily realized. _' sack. The market. Curly supph'wL 13T Cutting,repairing and cleaning will be do tat

fron):Of:1e \-she presented ,a'uot whichshe be made available fur naval purposes-where there won't obey.the-!laws without the sight of these in* Most satisfactory reasons exist for the apparent CORN Wo quote ,at05cl..perbuaheL, ,, The the shortest notice. ,

t &J'r.tlplj baa II not the least possible chance of transporting i.it to, delay in.the prosecution of the work. In a monthor market well supplied.MOLASSES .' Jacksonville October iStb! ,l8l&$25Reward. ,
I the b.said: note coming from sea-board. ,, : struments, wo arc glad,that they:are at,band,and, so, an earnest will be manifested that will rj2ce ; There have been no cargo'arrivals: !. ,

member of the' S( Inrclrir cs dockrod The ZferaUtlso! thinks the relinquished Military that 'there-are 'men,North who are ready, to use all the friends of the important-enterprise.; '

,.- 4 L ccna und.diaparaglcj: allusions. Her Land Reservation surrounding Tuinpa should 1 bo them in defence ofthe l."Lj', With this road even beau, our city will at once of CuM it b selling front store at 22@23' ".- .'

comptolot'".S ihit'Uie p gJtud-lot! disclosetlu brought into market It has been surveyed some exhibjt new evidences oproaperitr-with] it finished New Orleans. is soiling at 24@2S cents, according from the anbscriber on h.18ua l InsC

*nw t1, |ndiridnU: lm the insult yean, but U 1 is impossible yet to purchase any por S.' she will be almost impregnable.-.fhrciifg other to quality., RAN away man GEORGE a bow servant and

eIAt'JJ; : ,. bO .-rutiamtd firm, tion' of it; while the timber, is being cut, and the .EE'-WT: INTELLIGENCE connectionsof;; Importance We bid tho road a HAY-We quote liastern, from wharf at |l W; carpenter.Heisaboutfive negro feeteightlncheeb1gbi "
i. tbligW',tocontenthcrselfthe lands being rendered I less viJuabler and in consequence hearty God-speed and merrily reiterate our former black complexion wes$a.
condwleoco:ct the Government will be 'deprived of the KET WEST,;Juno 8. 1854.3b ; 'I, suggestions. "straight. road constructed i iirthebttt and' from store aui, 3 and Northern from wharf little Imall bowlegged bi une oCbia wry esrs&lid iII"1 iatel .

ule of, perhaps, a large portion of it-Sea. Journal Ou Editor jl btanaA'tui; : I atyle- and-In the'shortest practicaltime.Montgomery .- at Jljss/and: 'from sto'ro.atl; CO.,per,.hundredpounds. ring OQ coneen him win M thankiWly'

S:1n! ;: ; r.:': 'afiichclor( grolo-J- Courier., "' All tbe:dlBerent pirtiea of officers 'attached"'to I A Jiertuer,6tAiJHt.LOST '-p., .:. '" .- : r .T __ Aeeived,and eM above reward will b.paidti uT ei

; A11 I' the who been that tnJE-.t -to sell l from wharf at ft'85, one Who will lodge him LaJai abftatl ce&hilll.i
Coast have prosecuting ;
; that every was us familiar -4- *- f* Survey Cmi.-We bate received l en anonymous cJaliTftbJna torn. at S*.:Aug atii*, rii' Vu
4, to bus a* the aJphtbet" bh.10 wi:.plt Thursday hit:the 2aofju ,''wl.the anniversary great(work,.,in,this immediate. vicinity, the put communicationconccnJng a lost child/OP'negro per cask.. ]will. M.Begp. at Orong* M, SjUWtaJr

I declared that aha Juawcf a which "u of the admission of Kentucky a State in winter and spring;hive broken,up and returned 4 to boy about'seven years of age, belonging,to.-Mr, SALT-There have been loCIIrgoarrinft.ae and all reauonable xpenscs pajd ro ea .
catircly i t'Name It madam r cried Q the Union. Upon that day in"the yeaf 17U>, Kenj ; .F.Mey,. -The boy wu'pIckin whortleberries on B.Q.'MATS.S -
admitted into tbe national! Woshbgton.: 'It is'iaidthafont i : snorea-esoui of borne 'snd our last.'., It\ selling from 'store at |J7K, tt.
tir confederacy; woods ,
leba. |& a rage. 1 It roclcihtjrvLl, ) tncky wui Sunday,91st ultimo in tot rear "Augustin*.MarcfcW .. .

': ,the UwlfILctpora-ttI.. -, ( '(,., ', ,' the firstborn of!the: revolutionary struggle'. J ?, f'n: *..>''on-j*biindred'a'ayii' -Kcb,"wtyh'aV* large.oJ a corys1. of r 1 Ip company:,with tnvotbtr.-nogrwf. tbe .largest of U CO per sick..

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-.p -- -__-__ I'' ,GiChCCI : .. : NEW, ,Q< .OJ,8t: : 1:P. tJte cir IT- lall: aaauu't aCnur.. V :o- emu.-w.iBIROHETT 'l :,- V : V
I "
THE undersigned is tinder tho necewity of again ., -- fit:jew IIJ50, -
indebted to-him tetuBtefoqward V -
- --- ---- -- without tzpoa.tboM further delay and'pay tm.-- As it .S ..m J1jGOODSoJ": : :, < 'TEA< 'An. -I 1. Attorneys at_ Law" andAgents fat V'S :
is bin intention to make some honea in hlsbns"nesfli6 TWKSR Subscriber has jest received and is conJtL .5 DEPOSITORY. : "
i -ensuing fall he is compelled to Close his 'o ,Unty! receiving,alirgeanpplyof-r_ >. Removed to the HewStore la Holmes1 555 5 Claims ,

present arrangement* by this.Jst July. All ac- Dry'Goo!and Grocerle Eeady-: 'DuildIng t cD1toito Dr.BaMwto's 'Wils1thfft.RcIfy
will be in the
autjunetted&t that time placed
bind! of the proper officers for collections made CIothing3ootsand Shoes,. I.oIi, acfcsonvffia. Will gIve JM'IItP attention to the Mgaecatio: Gf
His stock saved from the fire is now J.i Claju ttt Jlotukty Land .Eitra Par, heck Pay
cSLrcd remnant at original: uf cost, fur cadiTUEODOKE' S HatSj Bonnets,Ribbons,&., WILKRJ.. elected kept constantly assortment of haul a large- r mam. 4c, before Congress awl time several D*.

UAIlTniDGE.. Among the msnv art icWiBiiv be found PRINTS, partments. All Business entrusted to their an

)by! "18.4. ju5 J.\Wl\I. "JA.cAOl"USLIN: : 'OIN'G- DNlgs 3*-CAemlcats; will be speedily and faithfully attended to. .
HAMS Plain: flawed BELGkS
and, SILK '
Always received by the.latest arrival warranted REFERENCES.Hon. .
P ATT. TISSUES, 1'laui Swiss! iitrlpcd and Barred MUSLINS J.Morton U.S. Senator. -
A ,CASH APOTHECARY Black fre*and iremim*' Alxo.FERFUMEKY[ ;COMBS, .
SILKS Coterod Drew SILKS Lining OJ a
T illS \\'m 'inform tnr friends and:customers, SILKS Dotted SWISS &t; Crape Shawls, &c. .tc., which wJl be sold low, for cash. -FLUID, A. E. Maxwell, Houwj of Roprcecntativgg
that since the late lire in Jacksonville which Embroidered Swia; i ShawU, Plain and Emb'd L.C. Country crders solicited and E. C. CabrU Ktorida. .

with many othtr stum also consumed the Apothecary lldtft, Eicb'd Collars ChemisctU Undewkeveii. to. .' punctual with attended O.Yale Esq.,San Francisco California.
Physicians' prescriptions aud
1111,11 i have now established in Holmes' Laces Hoaicry, Gloves Bonnets, Itbbons Ac. etC deapa put up ore T. IL Duval. Eq. Austin Tojas.Messrs. '

C Itlock, three diMin, ,from Mewsrs. Bisbee& Csnnva's Kmallwoiid, Anderson A Co.New York:
where I am n cciylng: a fresh and new supply of, .Eeady-nade Clothing.A SODA WATER IN BOTTLES OJ JJrodie; t Fetfca New York _':

l>rups lledliaies: : Terfumcry Combs Soaps, large l selection'( RC dy-mad&Clothiig of : will be kept OB hand during all the summer, with 'I J. 0.and J. A. Camp Sandusly. Ohw.
liru&hes and }FancvarUclns Seed>,Paints, Ice fur 4. "
I that XeLwn.7iaw
su rlor make and cut. cooling refreshing beverage, for those Holbrook York.
Oils & llnishwi; IJurairg Fluid, Nol.. being always on I. ]):' d'Etd Coati .and Tanta 'Heavy Linen who may cull lor it at the store? nu2f V
and Class UiuicuTeas. Affjntfor
; Funk ic fine SlarscUles Teats col'dand : rsudaVaLrwh1 be.kept also '
Coats ; very ., ox >UICIIT.'lEAS. .
the New York Pctui TeaCurapacy, I shill keep <
white Shirts Cravats &: Circular .
Collars ,
their Teas in and all of their Importation ; ,
I great variety, own 1 !
: win do wellto
II and warranted. I shall be happy to see Gentlemen wishing good Clothing Uuicrsigned begs luav to Inform Mar-
I mr old friend: and customers call and nu'd every calL The public 111 (general are solicited to call Agent for the New'York Pckm Tea Company. THE .Factors Pointers and Deafer gen*:
1HE "BUFHNGrTON HOUSE JACKSONVILLE I and examine Goods and Prices which will be old Tea of Lnxt importation, and cf 34 varieties from
thlu fresh and new nnd at low prices for cash, erally, that I.te.iaatill paving thu highest mltkat.
low for cash and cash at T.0.HOLMES'ULbCK a quarter to lIb in
luij very onlr, a package all warranted and cash ; for V V -
Attuidaccc Night Day,when prescriptions--wil price* ,va: :
Continues open during the present summer, prepared to receive and accommodate be put up with punctuality and JjcLswnTillc. at extremely! low price' .
transient and permanent Boarders. je22 April 25, 18C4. flaRING ACCOXPUrlED WITH CASK. I

;:: Hides, Sheep's Pelts, Deer, Goat, Otter .
I forewarn all persons from trading fc Flower Seeds, Plants fcc,.
CAUTION of hand which I drew in Liver of. The Old Stand on the Burnt District. _,' SV ak olwavs kept on hand.mrSOy Coon, Blink (bossam, Fox*'

Henry Henderson,fur two hundred and fifty dollars T. McMILLAN. and Cat Skins,

rn rnLl dated'the Utter part of June,IRS?,(eighteen hundred I HE Undersigned keeps constantly on hand a BEESWAX WOOL TALLOW Ac. '
aud fatty-three.) Said note will become due the latterpari I T full supply cf FAMILY GROCERIES and 'a'r'Dagilerrean; n lC'ta .
of June, 18;!. I notified IL Eeudcroon, in j I PKOVISIOSS, consl-sting pertly ofGohhut Being a direct eonnnmcr and exporter of th*

WHOLESALE & RETAILSAYMXAHA8S1A the presence .f Mr. Spencer Urooks, that 1 would | Butter, C'hi-ese, Lp.rd, Hm; Gallery. above named commudit.es his facilities therein ar*'
not pity slid cote,for certain cau"en. Bacon S'des: and Shoulders Flour unequalled enabling h'm to offer inducement tw
; ;
siiJ'iiEN F.tflfloW. Suffer of all kinds; CelTic, Teat, S.nU, Butter,? THE Subscriber: beg leave t, inform the cit: all in this line of puouccs to consign such to bin.LUviiig .
HAT STORE May 'I still continues his Charleston in connection with an extensive Curry.iing
Mackerel, Hzrrirp, Codfish. Syruu Molasses keep open
; busmea. Leather in the Rough kept in oar
.tice. Bears, Piititois, Tobacoi Spanish StganSuufi -, I' NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, l will yield a more lucrative result than giving the

CliiEI- -JR.ELS3 r- :COD:w, 8 take this; method to inform my friend and former : AiwBrar.dy > Ou Forsyth street, second di cr west of Dr. Hol! preference to foreign markets;and from the moderate -
I Fruits, Preserves Prunes Sardines I
custouit.rs, that I have discontinued my ; land's residence, rate of freight on all transportation line then .
: Mercantile business this place, and most rci-pccJ- Cogniac Brandy Whibkcv, Peach Holland do., Scotch Whskey; I. WLere he is prepared to take pictures in a manner I| eiisti nothing in obstruction to the augmentation

G JE ]MAMFACTOIIY. Idly n'quet..U nulubUd to me tu come forward and Monrmgahcla l'urt, Gin, Madeira I not surpassed bv any. He has spared no expense lof i this business: wth; the Southern and Western
settle their: 1.ct\JtutS1\th; ts little! delay as possible.! Wine, Sherry do., do., CL-retdo., Chame : in fit r.g up his Rooms, baring a splendid recepti -,I country. lie hopes therefore by strict, attention

'. I will inform thfiu! tlrtt Lye an offico in the store |I -nt', A Absvnthe. "n room fur ladies, fitted up in a neiit and taster I to thin branch, to merit. the patronage of the largo
T. .
G. TYERS.htnLx
of Jlessis. horton&Graves,(llolmes Ilockwhere) J\014J' r ful stylv besides his large Hue Skylight enabling and ripidlv increasing trade pouring into thai market
Tho Sii* Tiber takes ths: method to inform lII\"tI..Cor! MroUWRG&, \-. COLE can be found at all him to take pictures iu groups or biiipiy, in clearor t with the assurance that produce consigned;ttr. .

THE I.7t.H.fJ.RiTfll or PLORID.I tmics,rends to settle with tSuwe who mav favor them I cloudy vcithr. He feels confident of giving him will realize the highest proceeds.- V
withacill.: : IIENKY T1MAXUS. ; stUhfcction: t j all who may favor him with a eilE I lie presents this to-the favorable notice of all in'

IK carries: on JacksonvIlle; ,Fla.,June lit IS 4-. lo-i GROCERY Atm PROVISION STORE.rTnilE lie is thankful for past favors and hopes to receivea i I tcrested in the extension of the commerce and ocxo*
I con tinu'Uloo of the !. Tluae who do nit productions of the South.
THE CAB.BIAGE BUSINESSIn ] TO JAIL-a black boy named Undcrs'gaed' respectfully informs the cit:- want pictures, are respectfully incited to call audI Very respectfully, JOHN P. BAUH,
BIIOUGIIT be to Mrl: Ge JH. ZiSii cf Jacksonville! mid vicinity that he lias and ; and
} sftjb bcbnp a thy I examine his: rooms specimens.il. Leather Shoe F'mdinlllllouae.
al its various Branches, O Jom,of l Co'umbtt! county. lie is about 1H' tj 'Mreirs I T?reltcd his store upon the old site: on the burnt W. GRAVES. m2tf Ub6, King street Charlfstoa.Hid33 .

And solicits a share of their patroaagmanufactures and keeps on h and: constintly Carriages of old, about 5 feet 5 in hcif it When taken he district, on the square imuiuduittly low the Uuf-| dly ju5Charles V .

all dfacnpttoutt and he invited IJlu.I- .. 1'lurlda to c.olllUld! Cioiuiuc his 1It..ck when'theJ' visit S.- h&d u scar ou the kit side of bis head;had on when hngton lions vrhcrs hs still continues on hand a I Leather, &c. '
stjrk fofFami11 ,
vannuh. taken up a fctr-ptd shirt! prey pantaloons: and a Bs Waal
IE : his friend.that tws
All kind of work made to lrd,), such as Plant ition WapmB. Drays Carts, and Timber Carriages !- straw hat. The owner is requested( to c.nne forward Grcceriss and Provisions. -'i. nnders'gntid inarms :
\ still tLc cash for UMfallowing.
best material. lie flatten; himself that the practical experience of over thirty uid harps and tike him paying highest price
,and uf tho very prove property ply Every art'cle: necessary for family u"e can be obtained AUCTIONEER Vie
yean which he |> .-.. will M-CUIV to him: a liberal shan. of Florida patronage. away,or cL>e ho Trill bs ddr.lt with nccording to law. I IU. on relS,1113 LIe tornis, and for cobh. Prime Hides. 11 to 13c Ib.Pr .
Orders promptly attended to, aid ivi>air.updune in th, best ytylu aud at a living price. r.OUDO.X: ,Town Marshal.Jacksonville I invite a call from purchasers. ne Deer Skins, 2.S to ZIc per"
dlly "Live and Let Live." Juuu Itli, 1&.J4. ICfWATCHHAHER jut J. U. IIOWELL.HACEIHS JACKSONVILLE E. P.gj LcatherinthcruughlGtu24c a

G. W. HARD CASTLE. ----- ALES in c.cy p.rt of the County attended to Beeswax 20 to 2oC a

JJOiliiajl: Groe, JacK ulrjlleFoim j'J I IA I C and respectfully solicited. i The above free of any commission will be raceired -
:: I Goods sent to the subscriber en commission, ether :- direct or through conaignment to factors.

L 'V.: ILL: & ( O. LSSD JZWELLEE, D fur pr.\te or auction, posol. will be quckly: : JOhN P. BAUM.cr2f ,
attended to and amounts speedily l forwarded. The
I ((In the Room adjoining tluMAYING Post Office,) Charleston S. (L
WORKS. {Subscriber has been known in this community fur .
FURNITURE STORE turned from Europe, tgnin bogs u cumber of years as Auct.onocr: and otherwise.
Senator Bcntcn's Great Work
PI.A.NOND pfitrhsrtrr: :ccstjhijiold h iend*and :
r1HE Subscribers, made extensive; and He offers no recocuacadat-ons, but desires thit inquiries -
ilt'. With his ; for the having "
the public gcDt r : experience I should be made h'maef "THIRTY TEAKS VIEW.
BBOCGIITON STREET I .a valuableimprovenienta in their! est.t Ihment.are cjnczrnhig lLtlycummcrtaI
BUILDINGS last twcnh-J.:j'eaVj., aa a Watchmaker he boposto ,
to furn'sh! house at the place: of his residence. AGENTS WANTED IN EACH COUNTY.
i give ciiLro satsfaction to those who wish; to havs nov.prepared Since the fire he has located his
'H .5L.o Steam Engines of any required power from en Forsyth SATISFACTORY evidence as to reliability 1'\)0'
their work done in a workmanl.ke manner. 1 to V.) horse: street, on the burnt district,where his Auction bus- : Jc? quired and should accompany application
I. W. MORRELL. N. F. WEBSTER. the hhortest not ce. fb2:y. Su.r Mills; keeps on hind, on the most reasonable: terms.I I mail, and will enter the nam-s go received in regular p

Hnrae Powers; FAMILY (GROCERIES AND! PROVISIONS, order upon our subscription list. Subscriber

Stoves Stoves I tiriat Slills-nnd all other machinery used in FOS tAa" A!"> living. in the country will greatly CtcJitate the dc- ,.
Honsc-Im1nisldng Establishment.Furniture this country: ja5 oSilES0DrEEWAAL.JSD liven of the weak by giving us the name of aoout
nnItE\nWEU. & )'Em Y, Merchants: and Prc- Iron and Br3s'tStn !". one ui the 1 teart t town, who will receive it tor
11 priet.rs ill the E igle Foundry, No. 110 Ue them.
7Stoasibjat Saw Mill, and other repairing n11.2dlfCliOJl
by Wholesale and Retail. vcr street, i1bZny! N. Y. oSlr to the trade FIFTY at sh.,rt notlco.: eel- To h4it seat by snail enclose to US thirty

attention of the Flurida his! well known estal- DISTINCT VARIETIES .rC-Mik-nj and Heating ;-3?"All machinery purchased from us will be cents as part postage. -
Subscriber desires to call the farther public to I
Stoics for Coal and W'o"d.1:1" list COHEISSIOH 3USIEESS.fglHE
complete .
TIlE. for the sale uf put in operation in any part of the State, by competent I The work will be wild exclusively by subscrip
of Stove cad ; Kuliov/ Ware Plain and
F.rejiUco m'Uhit tits, wh/n desired, and upon rcasor.I&b1e Subscriberhasir.g: been appointed nn Auctioneer tion. JOHN II. COOPER t CO.,Savannah
Furniture and ou e-fu'nbhil1g materials of every description.Hou8eJcerxTg En uiiLlud V V.hig: Kittles, Stew I'ans,:c.;Scotch tenin. SL : for the county of Durol!, by the Governor mr23 General Agents for Georgia Florid.
Bowls fc5.nk; Iron aud
| and merchants tupp'r' thrniselvt! with; every ort'cle for prrpri'l l ti!e(ir for forming ral Kettles, Water Coolers Clay&e Furnaces.,Lc. Agricultu- Drawings and estimates furnished, without of Floridj trill attend puactuil'y to all bu! S

a Good Sbire ":. Every thing ui tii- laic oi t.ns.its: ineutioned kept on bond,including Ptirlur, Also, their new and improved "Diamou'd" charge. mess entrusted to his care. I rom himselF his lon experience :-: KFiTaTUCSitlilitaiy
11 111, Bedroom a k.tchcu Furiutau. ., ccd t-Jcs wUl l/j made on ss good terms aa purchase can bscflected Kanpes mind Hot Air Statiouary tuid Portable fur- iMOXEY A GOOKLV, in this! capacity he flatters that he
Founders and Michiniats.JACKSONVILLE will afford siti&'acticiu: to all wha may require his: I Institute '
at Terms liberal. Cm :
I. ".. MORRELL & CO. I iiacea. junl : January, 1354. 6m services. AlVbhipmentd} or cous'gumenU: made to
him will Its promptly and faithfully attended to. :
Old established stand Savannah 20,009 Copies in 20 Days! CaR Oak Son 'la.IREC'lED by Board'of Visitors appointed V
rnr24-jc22f Georgia. I P..IFEItP.SCIS. J.J' by, the Stiteis under the superintendence of.
-- Eanufacturcrs and Dealers T. 0. Holmes and C. Drew Jacksonville. CuL R.:T. P. ALLEN a distinguished grtduite of 4

MAIL FACILITIESTO FLORIDA..-The MISSIXS SOLDIEn FOCXD.-The The Lamplighter: Boston and VilUlong-o.; bavuunah.Bancroft. West I'Dintud a practical Engineer aided by ta Sable
I Hells, & Marshall, Charleston. Faculty. The course of study is that usually
Savannah Republican, of the 17th, Tampa Herald of the 14th says. Our the mo t extraordinary mind t'urhjjng tale of modern iiiois O. H. SMITH. taught in the best Calleges,with the addition of an
times. This i w the universal I testhnonv of Gllm Jacksonville Fla. Feb. 23, 1354.DCNTAL extended course of Mathematics: Natural Science'
A has been left at readcr will remember that one of
pars: petition the ncwspapir press, csd verdct; of the reading JLFla i an.! Theoretic and Practical Engineering. _

our office, for the signature of c'jr the missing soldiers from Fort My jrtiblic.,! J'ckso3zv : CARD.BR. I The buildings of the Institute have been entirely

addressed the Post searched for the Indian TV e liiva been utterly unable to flu our orders so EASTER, Dental Surgeon, has permanently refitted,and amngsnects made for heaticgthcm by
citizens to : .cr ers was being by' inform the that
great bus been th: demand fur this great American WOULD public they are pre- located at Jacksonville, and is fully steam, which wIt render the Institute entirely tuiequallfd -
General, for an increase of our mail ?:. We are happy to state that rnm-moe. ] to manufacture tit short notice any I prepared to insert Teeth on the most improved ia regard to health, convenience and
PUBLISHED BY JOHN P. JEWETT L CO., kind of KIKLE cr other GUN, in aghlouDsur- plans. The tf the is solicited. I : of residence, as it is already in tho-
patronage community agrer-beuCS
facilities with Florida by tabliBh-- he was found on Pea river on the 7th
lJo'rox, nr s ed by :cy They kerp constantly en cf
I Dr. C. has a preparation v.th; which the' roughness of instruction and strictness government
ing a tri-wcekly, instead of aId-I iii-t.: by, Capt. Such, and carried to And for sale by all Bookseller. hand I'ltwiiur, at tLl'a'mlJ1uf..ctory. Rifles Guns, Pistols, nerves of ach'ng Teeth may be dettroyedjvvithout; .

weekly mail, as now exists*. 'T'I1C rapidly -I his station. This soldier has been i P. S. The wmk will be forwarded bT mail to Pouches, and Sliot HeltJ, Leoil, Elastic, Percussion: Gun Wadding Caps Flasks, and Shot other 1'n. He has also a large assortment of the Hue t The eighth annual term commences in September -
end semi-annual
any cncloMiig 1 six 1354. Entire charge 5100
person postage stamps.'It PORCELAIN TEETH per
increasing population of ?uuthcrn I ab=ent about :JJ7 days, subsisting en- llarc'i S-ju.l( I II hpcrtstuan'a artcljs. Together with Bowie session (Surgeon's fee, t-i extra,) payable in ad-
KnIves and Dirks of every dcscripton;! and a variety and is prepared to insert full acts of the COST .
Georgia and eastern Florida- tirely upon wild fruit, berries &c.- Lf otlicr articles. too numerous ta mention. ocs dens, a recent and valuable: improvemeut. vance. at Institute
Address the Superintendent Military
gether with the growing importance surely Florida i is a great country; Farmers & Planters 'jij K.lljB, Shot Guns and Pibtol, repaired and December lit, 1B.>3. tf_ Franklin county, KyV or the undeNilZMCLI

of agriculture and commerce in those i starvation i i.s next to an impo5 ibilitr.) I warranted. nv7-Cm For Sale. P. DUDLEY.
President; Board.
of the
sections, require, and we think ja-tly J The little daughter of Mr. Tillis, I Attention-! TUOS. J. HEXDBJCKS. JAUES B. CHESS. ATCTT desirable: plac;, not only for health, but I May 13--.4.

demand an increase of mail facilities. i about ten years of age, was lost 19) I Owners of poor and worn-out Lands, To Planters and Lunhsrinsn.orniwl : having some very good planting: land, i
near Jacksonville:, being about ten niebcliW:! and Iron Works
Nearly] a year ago we called attention days iu September last-subsisting on use LEINAU'SAmerican Unders'gncd, having firmed a copartncr- fifteen from the ]; known IS Roddy's Point Eagle ,

to this subject l and we arc gladto saw palmetto. The comrade of the Fertilizer.AiarrnorclorrftJ.et jL GENERAL ship f.r the MERCANTILE purpose transacting;BUSINESS a AT tract.: For particulars, inquire CHAS.cf the J. ilcA'IL'LL.Window unders'gnvd.mr23f OS CAST ST. BETWZEX pun A 15TH rcty

sec that nO\7 the people arc moving soldier above was lost 18 days, and MAGNOLIA, E. F., Richmond Va.
I would are
in the matter. If our friends in not materially affected by hunger. It respectfully Bttntis
j 1fe4 fur tlltr past ikreseC144 inPel.nllom" desirous of purchasing chs )ly, to their large and these Work are manufactured Portable and
southern Georgia and eastern Florida -, i is a great country. .tl.1' Jfrufy, JttLiicrtv, liirylan-d, will-selectee Stock, consisting in part SASH AHD DGGRS.TIIL AT Stationery Steam Engines, Circular-saw
-- -- JOlillj.l1,and tt''e .' / JJEt..I1CJJ I and Subscriber hand Mill Tobacco Presses
keeps constantly on anscrtmcnt Machinery, Levers Bands
itl .
desire more frequent 're0a! ( Dry GIMH! Groceries; Qucengwarc
X IIIUSK.AXH KAXSAS.We un- BJlIlJ.lnpE.fur the Ct'ul"ng rf JI'/.e'lt, urn, and : cf Sheeting and Sharpening Mills, Knives Sinkers
with us, we hope they will aL-o forward derstand. Star l'otatot. 71.1H.zC'II, iMtl14,aiJ tile.. inar l-attt. lots, CJpS'rockcn and ilcicincs Glassware. SASH, DOORS BLINDS Ac., Brass and Iron Castings of everv description. '
Washington Boot Shoes, Drugs, ,
their for the regularly imported which he will mhSL-y .t'rpprietar.J.
petitions accomplishmeut Iron Nails Paint ,
that all the Indian tribes in these G L:L'ASO u HanlatlitifffGtul trill vot liens tie*c J.Oxtr Window Glass. I Bill at very reasonable advances on cost.J. .
Hardware and
of this object. 1 t 25 A TON,oy!,'O LBS. Cutlery, U. D. HANHAJI,
United 1
two States territories, have Particular: attention paid to the Provision Bnsi e' M. EASON & BBO.CPP3TX5TOI
Trtes ; 2C- .
t Ftrliilztrrfiir I'ruit uudGroff Vine*- jan m Jacksonville. }
TVc would inform our cotcaiporary concluded treaties with the Commis- A tuiaiiiu.ir/fvr tl.e Peach Yt'vrt aid O c Ci,. nes>' liar* Corn Mess Pork Flour, Bacon .'j.h. S.'0. -'

that East Florida has moved in tli. Moncr of Indian affairs, for the rclinquishmcut culi.lftho! Proprietor, Muliii, Sugar cousLiitly on hand in .IsrgcIVodacc For BwfiLE. .. V
Dasiin 3t3Wl"C5
of the lands GEORGE A. LEKTAU' of all kinds purchased.All TIIAT1 and desirable prop- c
two months since u present occupied -
matter some ; 'o.15 South Front street, Philadelphia City, are invited to call before .making purchases : in lime'ftatu or CuI"'D n..d. ... STEAM M6INES
not mistaken their petition is I ) by them within the scope of State cf I'uiEsy i vauia.J2T"Dclivered cbicwhere.K. .eeaicd,situated\laad.rialu tiaral County Ftoiula, :
we arc 0 .
einitaining lUtrtv Uht acres, more or I Ion, K,milmfrniii
country proposed to be included under -. free of Postngc, at any Wharf in B.-A large assortment of Negro Goods such "ukeoD.il" Jniprovrmrni, 'two .dwi'King:
now before the Department at Wash the two governments.. These the city. as Kerseys, Blankets&c. hon es, harq nearly new, and cmiiuiodtita f t"l.l..,a 2jiiZ Hollers
ja5y HEXDRICKS A CHESS. stirs,whuf and everal ombuihljnps a coed well ul '
j ji
ington. ... treaties arc, one and all, before the PnJUIJEI.rBu, October loth 1853.G. water and a fina Itn'iir- rue at tweet or.tngi trJ.Alxiaimihrrlot ,
i j :.A. Ldf.AU-l>ear S n I used American uf land,shunted in the immediate Machinery for S.nrGr tit mC Pounding andThreshirg
and will doubtless your
be Fashionable
A correspondent of the New York t senate, promptly FiTtil zer,and found it equal to the best Peruvian virinny of the above known ii Urn. famplicll tot, Mills, or for any special.purpose* Castings ta
ratified that ] cnnuiatttg rlftil acrr ,more or .. Said lot his been I Iron and Brass of all varieties. Our facilities,for
Jacksonville ] body being quite Guano. I used it t;de by side. My tinners were 13 :
Herald writing from 0 -&PIa1ing. implored and ralttated, and baa a of
prove vouugw work to establishment in the
much the ail doing are equal any
to of chen butI
opposed use : manures,
anxious to expedite, the formal I t nrange irate spun it,and other fioit t._.
Florida : :j I organ- will use it again th s season. Please bend me 8'j THE Subscriber would inform the Public. that Aiwa lot aimed oa Ute cisiMitef the road leading United .being able U turn off wheels and
says ization of the new territorial govern tons ta vimyrua, Delaware. \'ing "gone through the fire," he can be loJulmjlnn ...k.II.,1 a niledItant from ftlandailn/ pulleys up to 15 fact,diameter, bore cylinder op
"The gratifying Intel!I i!cncc has !, ments. I ((.Signed: ) ALEXAICDEB PATEESOX.I.EIVM"S found at big shop, at present located on the burnt ronuinin? 8? -lUO acre, being ton No 7Bim ec to SO inch: .,and ploco V 3 feet square of.any
district on Foray street, \"herha will continueto 1t.ran; 28 P. E. A portion or tlii*lana has lieintrnr desired ap4-
reached us of of the Ncbruka -!' .
passage manufacture to orderGentlemen's <' l And nndrr eattiTii' ', and annr impfOTrmennmde
We extract the following itcms of Heir what Mr. Burksdalo of Virginia says of Lei- I II,and faiuikock length.The -- V
bill in the House. Wearied i upon it cunuuu LaBia guod Iniiilan
j I nnu's American Pert laser. I -S : V
Boots of Atlantic
J' first quality, '1 valualilr limbrr. .
from the \, -
as all ,had become with the protracted !I I news a -hington correspondence "Upon my Tobacco plantsyour Fertilizer surpags- TOB pa wuhiof locate in Florid. Ibe above
: of the Charleston Courier : discussion that the measure: hasundcrgoe i I Wheat this 1954." hinl\ielCthnt the guueral Ii.1 UCt:01 he hIlS given uatpdonthe tf. Jotin UD a.liish btaft. :''hers i la a V S V V
in cither branch of Con- !lor date June 10th: I He purchnscd crop S ye-r jtoas.. I I while following! the business in .Si. Augustine,as pt olfice at UIM point,and the mail., .from -a"JR.. -'L'fD.
i "The well as since lufl residence here, will entitle hint to i atop there twice wpckiyj' and all tie Cbarleslnn- FOUUVCJ" V ;
press, great is the pleasure) experienced difficulty with Spain is as Hear what Willintu Fowell, &11., of Camden co.. too patronage of those who wish A welt-fitting and liter boats when freight pmusenezv aia to be VAXCrACTUKE V

I good as settled so far as relates to New Jersey rwya Ikx, made out of the best materUL lie will eudouvor -, ..
at the of the gallant Stephens For particulars V trrm.,ad"tens Iron.Rilli.
move II. I used Lcinau's Amcncan FertHizcr on a part of to perform his work with degree cf Well Known Composite ,
the Black every
}, of G:., in bringing the bill to Warrior case, and even my Farm which! was shaded by my woods. 1 tts: : promptness and ti1elity.jc.8m mar9 C C.F.aF.1Uontheprsenaea.F. EMEKy.JiiekonvHteor. -.sTlIlcn is so called because- composed of
it Corn and where the Fertilizerwas _
members of the Cabinet .
have stated upon my crop CUAIiLESPOETTINES '
'i, v and Cast Iron connected with.
all Wrought
a vote and putting a quid- non used of Corn far the .
my crop was superior to sale.By .- and
this fact but Duval. County out rivets or joints, the ornament coonec*
; no adjustment was other ait, where I had used Guano and barn yard '
further harangues. It 'i. to t.e expected ]> bdng melted around,the wrought iron 'ia
made through Mr. Soule, and the offers manure. I will WoO it on all my crops this season, % virtue of authority in'me'by law metallic tions moulds nvk-np each panel, as it 'were.
that (Ireely, C ittiii::, Lucy 'BEYJTABIE. vented, I will ofirr tot tzt,at the Court llmtoa
on the part of the Spanish Government If.L"'ncuwbat toot in the town or Jark&'avillii, on the lirA Monday" one solid piece,and avoiding all erevice where rat
Stone, Esq., and' all Eu-r.1: :-.boiition Dr. Wm. W. Clark says: In uDmry.LESt,lbs(ollowfni named itartof land,or. eenmlly commences. It may be made light hk. .
woman's rights individual.1 will froth have been made through WEST PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 17, IS:>. THE Subscriber i is,now prepared to accommo. ..IQallltereou will pay tlw Stale' aUld L"Duot11a1.. WIRE BAILING or .baavy .like CAST IRON
their Minister, senor Cueta, .with I used Lclnau's American Fertilizer very euccessfuJIy !bis customers in tny way shape or manner aueMcd again the eateN of Jweph H. and foam for a time; but it will have ; the ground is-very poor baicg a heavy ,. in first rite. style from splendid horses and taeicoa fur the year tod tlwrwitti all jiecewrryespctiie ness strength,and durability and is. peculiarly
the same effect as heretofore icuding whom negotiations on that and other clay toiL I used the Fcrtduer upon the bills of carriage,down to horseback riding. *attending said levy and rate,.via. A Iran of c.dapted Cemetery. lots, because it sever need

matters are now pending here. But corn; the stalks grew-1iurteen feet high and heavily l'UTIU waited on at any hour of the day or thud IYII'I m Du aJ county bounded beloasiar n tile north t'Jobs Joy .' _. "'
in no degree whatever to intimidate Calls mada to of the for its ailld t.lbftt&A tiylaml : style of J'arm Pence at (5 '
to send mission eared and may potatoes are of a very superior night. any part city perSons Roberts and th'tant j.ed..itil!,on the outtt by Moocriffa -- Also a new perIl
members of Congress or the friends the proposition special quality, and a full crop. It gives me pleasure: who wish to take the steamers. Creek,and on Uw writ by land iKlimeinf(o feet easily transported_and.stt, and very ,much
to Spain is entirely} independentof recommend your American' Fertilizer to all my Every S exertion will bs mado. toplease.. John Robttiu aud>Jaba ',". ."aid tract fAouuur : liked. -' ,
of non-intervention, 'wheresoever dispersed. friends end T an. well satisfied it.Trill pay the Farmer ; ; JL 'A, ULTSS, tJIUII -,' URIAH ItO: WDEIV, Also] *Q Uflds 'of Wrought and Cast. Iron .
.' this matter,and is for tho purpose, for.extensive use. fb3m theBnffington ll u., Tat Auemr sad Collector of).,. county. Fences,Verandahs,Balconies,ic. Miichinfry and

[- '.. as will be avowed, at a proper time, Hear what Dr. Joseph Bern. of Lcinau'sAmerican )oveaaer jib,UI5J.. ; S V other castings to order. '
says The aknve nl* iti pnrtpoaed ml the Stat Modal faWarrh and ether informaUoa sent to address -/ V
GBEAT FIRE AT WORCESTER, 3IAES.A to makc'nn offer for tho-purchase of Fertihizr.S. Hoe & Go's.' ,Patent" _Ground Saws. ,iaS4-Feh.6,ISM. 5 Designs post free,b any

tremcJ1dous'firc'occurrcdltWor- Cuba showing at the same time that IOBDE5TOW, K W"ersey, 1553.'My The above vale U timber pnetponed' to ttc_ant Mon.totheret51aa.: V V (TEOKGE FOSTER 'Agent, '"
; bNther- .}aw. Conrad Boerper, u1 Ueverly Subscribers manufacture 'from the best fl."ht"ptu.-M. b 1I.1 of Walker .
; .1M Int MOD. Broadway,corner Iti
cester,14th inst, with alos&.0f half its possession is necessary to the United New Jersey, used your..Fertilizer upon his cornfields THE STEEL aUCULAli,SAWS from .fifty Tile in all..yApril.Mleletllltlt"18M. p mrl6-8m S V XEW YOBS.Hard's .

a million of dollars. 1,000 men arc states." and raised corn from fourteen to sixteen feet two inches to e'ghty: inches in diameter., Their TIte a.fttIo'pe..4' ,.

thrown but of employment.: It broke ., ___ high with'e2n ranging_from eight.hundred to Saws are hardened aad tempered,end are groundand day m July.-hmc IS. It54 Golden Gloss' for the Hair.
The Legislature of New Hampshire eleven hundred grain apiece.: The yield was very finished by machinery designed ISIrrb'the Tax-sale. '
out, in Heiryfieid's buildings, and great I received the cargtv;of Amcncan Fertili- purpose and are''therefore, much. superior to V Duval County ;.'MONO:fhe many'preparations for the grwth.t .

burn four acres of ground consuming has refused to lay the anti-Ne ter I purchased rom your and ahall uw about two those ground in.the usual manner,.as they are "Dy'virtueTof authority in me by law _: of the'Hair, this Gou>cr GLOSS tale*,th*
oyer : braska resolutions on the table by amajority'of hundred barrels on my Farm.at'Bordentown this strengthened and atlf&ned by incrcauur tham,iathicLuesa ''.L), vet.d,I wiltOf'r for rite,Ie rtonroT iheOMnlllnun lead.- Three reason will be given why it te *>'

the. principal manufactories, year.1854.. e S jun regularly from the cutting.to.VM ".or,' the town of Jaekmaivilte, abe fifat- aniT used and preferred to.all other: TV ;.
the.Union Cypress st 8 votes. centre consequently!, doTO. .tec.or. ''oedqilt Feiwaary,IfS,'thelbttmrtng pmpnty. ,*reo because'it Jus proTect the moat effectual in Bald:
exchange on ., itm 'mnca thereof will tlM State and Cwm yruie
A DMIN1STRATRIXNOT1CE.-A11 ia- huckled IUId produce a i ri" seas; Sd, because it imparts a,beautiful dark gloa
&e. .About. third of the.loss .Anexchatge jpcr..states..tbat.aMr. mamifcetareCAST>'STEELS MILL,1PIT .iwecaad against t.A.Ur* ory,for the).ftusbe Ifl3. .
one- was j3L debted to the estate of William S.Donaldson They also r with all attending .w and delightful perfume ta the Hair; ,J. becama

-/ covered'by insurance. Williams,'of Madison': county, lata oWn !coonty, deceased'arc hereby requested AND CR08SCUT"SAWSANPBILLET! levy a ad .1IIe.m.aertaavyexpeawre:- )i*.. Jivirfkh.tr ef. pta..' the Ladies,'with fine discrimination, whico 1ZIe7-
; .. Ga. to make immediate payment the undersigned.And WEBSofuperioroTiah'tyM which they have : known an ban Jose, -M'uated'aa thAeM'U. rthHu *' an possess,haVe adopted it.: any other noa.
DaIs from of July came to his death on the 59thultv all persons having demands i gainst said estate for aaleV or Uiey Buy be obtained the principal "- JoUuX river, to Devil Coauty, cwnaiwag two could be gtTm whittle a torit out boss_
; Washington, from them Hardware Merchants throughout-Uie United States hundred 4it.wond aad. half '.nor*or lew.URIAH .. to it trial. -
being stung by a wasp.He ...) -- are reqiured to present duly proven -within who want more have only give a ; a
16thbring information thattheixnnfl4tja3s law otherwise this and Canada ., .., BOWIIKN, Yer salt trfl
the time required by notice will e. 'Prie;:! cent*, hi1sxpotttaL
. and ileans have died In less ,than ten minutes be iriead in lIar.Y_ UIWNAUXSOX,:. -. .' : nOE.t CQ..f' S Tai _- .ajd'CotUctef-,Davat-Comitj.. >. n4Stqrckeeperaevet .., jtv*.,
after being stung. :'Jul5-Sw '.- "'- 1 KADMINISTRATOR'S ,_,Mminatr ,. '-', 2J>'ind.81 Gold.5trstr1'ublrabers .?- t JI'.dI.1t1:1 :: 00'W..tl.'mmD, Proprietor; w
agreed'upon A tariff of'20 per cent '. r ; of.k..ptIpCft who will.insert "The above sale la pnrrpmadmi the flitt )Uaadav Ii" nS46m "I06"'w..x..Ti aek.1
NOTlCESix month this advertisement tore time .with this noe,and ,W*'.IBS*.Feb.6,1854. 5 .-.. ., rT i
and "cotton and The amount OIteaTpisedjn China. *, J -The above sate Jdut11r..IIOStp01t..to the flzs1.os.-, ,
; wQO '' will ba -
to the
Hon. same
: 'chtehbalhpp'ly Judge of forward'un '
d.ibeAt..r.Mafth6lM.55 ; : ,'.
.. annually IB' 2,0OOO0OOOO,cfwhich Probat*of Duval county for letters dismissoryasadmhiUtrator paid in printing mater'y purchasing:four :The above jtale In faribet pmp.j.g. thlt J ....'rsuloudanJtayAprilt''t54. h :' If[m,J.. DBLL em.M.& .tmIIIo-."
1i i tlttbc' E ute' Thomas W.;.!' time tile a et thoirbdl tiol'tbo advertise '- Boadets.Ift.
flus till to increase Great Britain consumes Jlr. Cowl
fi5OOOOOQpound occupied by *,one aqmtt*
MAURICE ment. lite ahove tabi II farther postponed to the fibt Mott. Il house receudr V
the rates"of'postage, was rejected. Ju lf-5m Administrator. New Tort April 82,'1854. jnl3-5m day in July urn.-jtUII! li, iL51. east of the Buffinghm Haute. jot




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.. THE' POOR MAN TOUtS SON. ':.T and J.'Wr: n.ni UnicntowB, Ky.,-July t. n in .
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h ) 1"- f Cure ,for 31K uldV. buela omacarl performed '., will secure opy of either, ofUM above 4 Carpet to FlwrcktkWAREHOUSE
-- 18 use Dr. Gemla b books by retain of mail;or twelve tuple will"**seat Steamship Line
Work,work, my boy, be not afraid have ta o-valuable M IIe" 'JSltn a t tee of ponaga for If.' Boe** n.r', C ava en,TravV .

Look; labor boldly in tho face, J. 1 Irvine- Ky., J )K% sail. "\Ve aIling Agent"supplied wholesale attire pllW "PARRYING THE UNITED ffrXTEa MAIL.
liav Gr.at .InUSKluelng-your Hoof land** Bitter price which admit of a large profit. .
1 Takt up"the hame the spade t *._.ue.ee.and others purchase them by'the ,All Leuen BUM b*>poo-paid.- ,. "STATE OF GEORQIA'," SdPdJt.NdH.

And blush not for humble place. half doisn and dozen.". 1,2; tons, Capt. J.J.harm;Jr.
lOu .nJ Bra. Kaoxvin Teo ., April 9, 1YIEDIOIIgESJPldcli
Fetus ", Curtains Curtain Goods
Vr.l. ."Tour bitten are now very Cut, KEYSTONE STATE, fee. fcc fcc.
Hold brow in honest Mla
up your pride, and every pprsnn that bat used It,so fa u we .r never Fall 1, 00 tons Capt.Roam ILi&on. so._MO coycBEsa cyst.JULIAS Sn.

Th'rough and swart your hands may b; bean abl to learn,ha been beostlited.. Kincty-cight passages without sing! faOore. River
Such that Thet* Bitten are entirely vegetable they lavigonta TO GIVE SATISFACTION. Subscriber ;
has a sap-rein provide, stud strpnftben the system> never It,and can navigation 100 mile on the Delaware. THE would Tespihiyidirm Ole

The life-blood of the nation free. be*.*lor Infant .well a* pUt % Only two nights at tea.BAILCCO that he has now opened the most com.

: For ule,by ,and by Dn. J. ROSE is an honorary member DATS XTKBT WKTOnt81T TBOll UCR roar, plete assortment of all the vancms styles of G ods

There's honor i the toiling part, respevtaleMMILLAN: the Philadelphia Medical Society,graduated AS FOLLOWS: usually kept in similar eataUiahmenU. TM) stock
In 18:10 Irom the University of Pennsylvania,lieder the of the -department* will
different consist ia
Thit trads
us ; HOLLOWAY'IOINTmENT. part of
i telunfelds Jacksonville Fla. "STATE GP GA. "KETSTOXE STATE.
guidance of tbe truly emInent Profetsora Physic,t hap- the following goods, rirCARPET
It itUinps a crest upon the hert jan 5-y ____ uuian,Glhson, Coxe,James,and H are,names celebrated From Sav. From Pb3. From Phil. Feb'y 1 DEPARTMENT,

,. Worth more than al the quartered shields. Citizen'oftbe Unlon- for Medical Science. Bring solicited by thousand of Feb'y 8 Feb'r .-1 FebV 8 15 Royal Velvet Tapestry Brussels
--.. o.ve done me Ihs honor wltl one voet.frm tilt pailrnu to put up his preparations, be now offers to 22 13 22 March 1 Moeet'Bro. .
one end of tlwi Union to the .tamp the -500 tdc public,at the result of hit experience for the put March 8 March 1 March to eels Brussels Velvet Tapestry and BruwU fcf
A YER. Clialleiige 8 15
TiE Y\DEX'8 Il ehataeter of my Ointment with your .approbation. It $ thirty years,tIe, following valuable' family Medicines, 22 ** IJ stair. ; .- ;, superfine-*, and cbmmw I** '
i. .carcelr! two yur. tlnce I made it known among each one lulled to a specific disease: 28 29 twilled Venitian for stain h nt
My Lord, my God! you,and already,it ha oblaine more celebrity thauMICE'S April 5 'S 29 April 5 April 12 :'iruggets, s-c J2-4 and 18-4 in wMth,7fmirr

Thine is the fpiri which commands and smiles; any other Aledlle 10'IhOr prin.TIUIA Ilobcnsacfcs DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIGORATING 19 8 April": 12 19 25 variety of pattern*; Dearth Ross, Parlor ud
May 26
The soul serves and suffers;-Thine the stars Coreruf and Nasaau u.,N. Y. a May of S May* 10 Stoop Mate TAble and PUa Covers aflvw ud
17 Mar 10 17
whic 3a CORDIAL. 24
: bras oral and Octagon Stair Rod Stair
Tale upon thy bosom like the stones ASTONISHING CURE- OF SORE LEGS, JJ.ORdE srRUP. Tbe greatest discovery in Medical telenet. This 81 84 81 June 7 Ac. &. ; LIDea

of light,on the priest's. breast; after nile yean standing! astonishing preparation for raking up a weak constitution June 14 June 7 t. 14 'S 21 OIL CLOTHE
An article on scientific principle, compounded ,debilitated l I y cites,labor, study, or disease act a' 2S 'S 21 28
Of width
show! from
Thine the minutest mote sunbeams with being per- like a charm. It give strengih'and and every one to eight laM Lt fTlr.
nh.tnll. appetite poot1I1IfO..lreat Cabin
but thy words come true, and all arc blest! ; Copy ofa Yankin letter from W.,North J. Langli-y.Curolinn,of U.HunUvllIc 8 : f etly cafe when taken, and hallllU bel kuonu to invigorating cIUalil!... Steerage passage, (reduced to) ,.t20 7 00 00 dining room, steamboats, saloons, Ao$ Katewood.
Lt passage
County and
fail : For heart di all mahogany, small figured feraitore Oil-Clothi
lU, nervous affections flatulence :
in caring UemOlob.Un:11 clse.Vormcan lever ,
but thy infinite intents fulfilled: dated November 1-t, 1853.CtTUKAUIIld 'hart Steerage passengers can go through to New York ,
heartburn 4-4 and
exist when Ibis remedy uld. ie liven sF, numbness, neuralgia, raising 64 Cool wide; figured India-rubber Cloth.
And what shall foil the CMmkMth: OWN WOIW- that it not only dliry. them, but n DVVel a the the spirits sod giving power to tbe whole system,IIU by the 7 o'clock 2d class train, fur one dollar and for stairs.
To PrnfciB-or Ilolloway: and which remain. almost muavuluui In its effect fifty cents and by the 1st class train fur two dollars.
H Whereupos the mounded earth is b.ised-and Iu! 'ir-it is not my wish to become notorious, nelher slime mucous may 50 cent a bottle. .. CCRTAIJTS. ,
11 this letter written for the mae sake of writing, THE TAPE WORM. !. Silk and worsted damask .Uin worried u.I
redeemed imd : *;
The whole a last glorified. to say,that your Ointment cured me of one of the mOot This worm it the most difficult one to destroy of all DR. J. S. P.OSF/S GREAT PAIN CURER. C. A. L. LAMAR, Agent in Savannah. linen damask De Laine figured" and plate Ifetoaikj

[jP.J.Jt7i. dreadful cutaneous di.eae. Hint flesh U heir to, and thai inhabit the human, body. It crw. to annlmottIndefiutte fa-tened Do yon suffer w itb any pnin-If you do you will find hERON & !MARTIN variety of colon, white and bolt tor ihtdetv *-
..*- which was consiclt-red by who kuew me,to b entirely length,amid becoming to coiled and immediate reliefby u..1nC Dr. J.Roses Pain Curer.It ofitf Agents in Philadelphia.
THE ATMOSPHERE AND I ITS EFFECTS tl'ONAMMAL beyond the teach medicine. For nine years I in, the intestines and ctoaach at to produce Fit*,St. Is the only preparation which enreialmotl Instantly WINDOW SHADES.

LJ'l. wa afflicted wall one or the most painful and troulile- Vltiia'Dance &l.,which It the causeofsn'ifly' goingto have Pore Throat Rheumatism from Colds, Fain In the *. U S. Mail Line. Transparent landscape, medallion land ud
that these
annie sore leas that ever full to the lut of man; and the crave, not believing complaInts fltr., back, or limbs; fare,ear or tooth ache; stomachor white and gold, entirely new style told
after trjing every rnrdu-ine I hail ever beard of, I re- their origin from the Tape Worm; cons iueiitly| they dowels sido or back stiff neck bruise or : Tassel all LOOM..
A interesting was delivered by Dr. To ; ,corns k ; together with the various
l.tu1 for their disease New York
medicine Savannah
of beln but a : do not use tile proper trimnunn
'r Mcnert In despair of nil hope cure.; ruillblaini. Wherever jou have I'nlnl. use the Pain for curtains and
: the Xew York Mechanics' on this awful foe hral b,
with to
IK ted
Grm.t Institut friend broueht me a coyple! of large pots your Oint those who are Curer. Sold to all agci. Puce 12 1.2, 25,and 50 cent STE.UISlIII'8Em.WEF.L LINE.
II'I i nenc of Air in connection inrnt,which caused the sores! on my lg heat, and I recomnwiid the fee of my Worm S)rnp and Liver bottles. GILT CORNICES.
Life." Some of them would be surprised to hear I entirely regained my health to my agreeable t surprise Pills. The )tup to be taken in dose of two tablespoonfuls On and after March Igth, tho new'and splendid Band, Loops and I'in. of the greatest variety

? that they lived at the bottom of an immense ocean and delight, and t the astnniidiinenl of my friend ,three times a day. Then lake fiom five to side-wheel steamships. and patterns of tho latest importation all of which

t of air fitly miles deep; yet it was so, and the color <(Igned) VV. J.LANGLLY. eight 1\orm.of By my strictly Liver fo'lowing Till, 10 these dislodge directions nol pass the rniulobflinale the : FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, AND Florida, ],300 tons, Capt. M. S. Woodhul), will be gold at wholesale or retail, on the most lib-

I of this ocean, which is called the atmosphere, is a faxes of Worm can be speedily cured. ; WHOOPINGCOUGH.The Alabama, 1,300 tons, Capt. G. R. Schenck, eral terms.mI.

deep cerulean blue. To 1 perceive this it was necessary AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A RAt BEAST, ROUND'I'sp WOR t. best Couth Pynip in the world. Dr. Rose's Augusta, 1,500 tons Ciipt. T. Lyon, n. Gt'IOY, Agent f.r
t bo able to sec at once the whole volume,and when nearly: at the point of Death. 8TUtCf celebrated Cough Syrup elves Immedlale relief to the Knoxville 1,500 tons, Capt. C. D" Ludlow, d:2Otf: 1-10 Congress and 57 St. Julian atL, "
also a calm and clear day, for no color could This worm Is u.-ually found in the Email intestines, wont Cough whether consumptive or proceeding from
if seen in small quantities, or when b Copy ofa letter from Mr. U Dnrnnt,N. Oi leans, No and lathe worm mott common to children. Yet his a cold. It allay any irritation of the lungs and fortifies will leave New York and Savannah every 'Wednes
pve wind or In like manner, the veinberSili, 18. not entirely confined to turni,as adults bate frequentlybeen the system against future attacks. In bottle at 50 day and Saturday. Jewelry! Jewelry!
houioe itb tin-in. .
known to suffer u The )mptol" mont cents and one dollar.
color of water cannot be seen in small quantities, To rrofrnor IIollowiiy: Ihave inform bile affected with this worm,am lurdiicasandluilnesiuf Children am also liable In Croup which These ships are the largest on the coast, unsurpassed -
t Dear Sir,-It with heartfelt gratitude to prominent ; dangerous Savannah
and was only perceptible where there was a vast you that by I use of your Ointment, and Pills, I the belly,limy stools, loosene of the complaint yields immediately to Dr.J. S.Eose's nev- in speed, safety or comfort, making their At
expanse of occau. The air was. also a substance the life of my (tie < been i aveil. For. sevrn. year bowels,picking at the nose, I bluish rtrebk under the er (Riling Croup Syrup. I'rlee5 crnt passage in {fill to 60 i hour", and are commanded by

capable cocdcnsation and expansion. It expansion she had a bad breast.,wIth ten running wounds, (not ofa rrcs.. Set. If you or any of your children have any of Whooping Cough, another complaint always worse skilful, careful and polite officers. They offer a TOTICE.-I am in constant and regular
was seen in the winds, by ships cancerous nature)-I was told that nothing could the above 'YIplml.. IIUBKMSACK'S WOOM :Y- in cold and damp weather. The cfflietcd find great relief most desirable conveyance to New York. .1., of rich and beautiful varieties of receipt

were made the ocean, mid also in wind save her;she was then,. induced to try your Oii.tmenl ItUP Ian solely upon fly u.-ing I you in the use of Dr. Ko "'* U hooping Cough Syrup, Cabin passage, &">. consisting in pert of Diamond Jewelry Earl
t t\erl have a'certain, sale, and speedy cure; and if, after which relieves and Rings Fins
the disease from
and I'ilIs. when In the short space of three month always prevent P PADELFORD FAY 4 CO
mills. The another of its Crosses and
rings Studs
expansion -
trado'JI phase they effected a perfect to the astonishment, of all using it according to the direction, the patient i is not running iUo oilier li-"""",such is inflamaiion of the in ; fine enamcnedJIedaU
by tcc" uprooted and houses who knew Ui.Ve CUlt obtained your Medicines from restored to health und the worn,*thoroughly eradicated longs,drepjy in the chest, and consumption. Price Agents Savannah. lions, Sleeve Buttons, Ear-rings and Nnb, Collar-
overue and was cquul to the power of MessM. Wrieht ant, to ,oCChnrrel.t": New Orle m'. from the syMein,you can rest assured there i is no rem 50 cents. SAMUEL L !MITCHELL Buttons and Studs, imported Carbuncle do do.
at greatest weight ot ths atmosphere was I send tiii! from"llnlel de 1rineIB, I'arin, allhouahI edy beyondllie grave. A* for fail, there la no such n7y 13 Broadway, New York. fine 18 k't gold Mounting,, Charms. '
the inch weight New we final'/ left, word a.fail, n ith those who use my worm r}.rup.AS I have the best
pounds t square had written It lit FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS To assortment cf good article now
presses on every way: b>ith ullw.rdand! downward.. a that time, not knowing your address at New York. ('ARIES, OR SMALL THREAD \\ ORM3.These Going North. on hand ever shown to customer Rich pearl box

S To explain the pressure upwards> the lecturer exhausted (Signed) R. DURANT.The worms 10 which Ibe human system is 13blo. AND BLADDER.Dr. and glass Brooches of the very finest kind for family

the air out of a which then re- Pilla should be u'ed conjointly with the Ointment are the most troublesome of ill othci They ar,generally Rose' Compound Fluid Extract of Bpchn. This U. S. Mail Line. hairwork or Daguerreotypes, having in city
fast to the plate lrg it but onto in most of the follmvinjr :es:- to be f,niid in the rectum, ,and if allowed to remain is decidedly one of the best remedies ever used for Dispose .-z the best artist, in both brandies of the our United

me being let in it was easily sto Bad I.eg, Coin (.of Rhruinatisra, ,Born the irritation they produce, lay the foundation of the Kidneys, Bladder &c., and also for '. i ii ,Through In 48 to 50 hours. States. Lava Ear-rings of the moat
a Hud Breasts, ft'a'd., for serious disorders, lu1 as int'lamaiion of Ih. Gouty aneciions. Always niihly recommended by the exquisite workmanship -
I rmembr. said he, being nuked the question Burn, tJontnrfd and Soren-pplis, bowels and other derangements of the ituinach. The latn Dr. Phyi-ic, and many of the most distinguished diflcrent patterns and sizes. I have sets
if ter i i pressure of fifteen pounds to the square Dinion<, FtitTJoinw, OI throats, but nnd snfru medicine that can be used It IIOBENSACK'S medical men abroad. Price 50 cent New York & CharlestonSEMIWEEKLY in morocco cases or"Ear-ring, Brooch and Bracelet

inch reason why we were not at once erased Bite.fm ...rnuitFlaphanttjsis, Skin disease, WOllM' SYKLT. Such Is the astonihhnsjiowercfiny : ; Ear-rings and Brooch and single Brooches imported

weight; but this i a I before explained, Ol l cam f its, }'lluda', rurvy. ; .Medicinrsov r A .uiides,that I defy anyone FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, etc. STEAMSHIP LINE. of Unfit quality of gold and unique netterns
bus the air presses all directions: w.th ths Coo bay Coct, Sore heads to prod.ve aca.-e wheremy WOrUYIUPOlc; lAyer The Liver being the targetl eland iu the human l.ea"e"dgcr's Wharf every Saturday and Wednesday JIv assortment of Ear-rings and lIrooCbeti

snipe force,and hence, there i is an equilibrium.; rhi-cn-ot, Glandular' sw'lg, Ulcprs Tumcurs, Pills are relllmrnde to be will.t. it M more frequently deranged than; any otter. Then body after tile arrival of the can from the is larger than usual,having bad all the new pattern
This is a most important clement, and one that requires fhilblsins, 1.lnharo, (ur. Allh"t necessary is to use the S)rup follows Dycrirp-ia, constipation,cold] feet and loss of South and West: brought out. -
Hands Piles Wounds, Yaws. to, on each bottle, nnd In COM a senile
to be known, and also that the urne\cr prcs- Chapped Iinrlol'i*required in or.erf! allay the irritation appetite;Die skin becomes yellow the spirit droop,* OX S.'TrnD.\Y-THE SEW AND FPLE.\DII> OCEAXST'fiS Gold and silver Watches for ladies and gentle

kes more than fifteen pounds to square inch. Sold at the establishment' Par London of Professor and by Ilolloway all venders -, ,pllg"tv, Liver Pills, by their sjmpaihi-irg action they and there. I is a great aversion to society. Regulate the MARION, l,2irt' tons, WM. J. FOSTER, Com'r. men. I have the best stock and greatest variety

I The next quality of lcar Press itt CHSlrand of medicines, near'Temple throughout, the United Stales, in nnd liealtliy Ofpniiion upon the bowcU, is the II0t Liver, ,and you take correct are D,all. Rnee'a these evils.celebrated The Railroad snre-t pIe.pralinn.lo JAMES AllURE, 1,300 tons. ever before exhibited (CJ'IIt.111'alac-excepted:"

make it occupy a puce than it otherwise! boxes, bt 37 -:cent,b7 cent-i.and .}l 50 each. pleasant Medicine that can be taken.IlO8EN3ACK'3 AnU-LilinusPill They camay ofT the bile,and lOon or ox WED ESD.\T: I can with confidence lavite orders from florid

and then take away the weight and it Wholesale, by the priuc'pa! Drug hnuscs of the LiVeR PILLS.No give appetite and ttrength. UNION, Jriton8; RICHARD ADAMS Com'r. and elsewhere! I feel assured my stock must

I comes back and occupies its : The Uni'I,and by Me". A. It. & I II. S.in.li, New York.Note. His Dyspeptic Compound should be taken nbrre a SOUTHERNER, 1,000 ton, Tnos. EWAX Comr. please all. Orders can be sent by man and packages
the part of the f rutem 'Is more liable to disease thin ,
lecturer then explained in the ai there were .-There is a con Ueiible gating by taking pernon ban been Iroubleil with Dyspepsia for a 'long or articles returned in perfect
These steamers unrivalled the for safety through
the l.i\rr it being cut plied n ith numerous bliiod-ve- are on coast
two gases; one, oxygen, which is paitof: the larecr lizr lime. Price ro certs; but for eolds' bilious habits, au officer of one of the steamboats.
grlsand nnd if disused the Ibid of and comfort and
: nrrvrs safety speed
course experienced
I .fnr ti<> piiMance of very courteous -
and which is paticntsin ( jaundice,rte.,take Dr. Rcwe'Anti-BUioui Railroad
.tOliher by which chiefly we lire, N.Orl.tinn. d to"' box. flow ing through nil pins of the tx.dv, produces Liver commander, tables supplied with luxury G. 1L GRIITEX,
Pill 12 1.2 and 25 box. every
oneffh part; and the other nitrogen, which: is For!sale! in Jacksonville \I l Iv eomplaiiiti'! Jaundice, CiUous afTcttioi.s, O.JJlil.&c. cents per -which will insure to travellers by this line Successor to the late JL Eastman,

( the atmosphere. Oxygen sllporl T. McMILLAX &c. FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS. possible comfort and accommodation.This ja19 Juno. ;. Savannah Georgia.
I life and combustion, and nitrogen lIVER COMPLAINT Dr. J. S. Rn,e'4 Golden Pills, for falling of the every line connects with the steamers Carolina and
focts and dulls its operations. !Ths quantity of air Apothecary haiL ii attended with chills, succeeded l by fever, severe womb, female u-rakni-ss,detuilily and relaxation. Savannah HoteL
pains in the region of the r tat ; honda; from Palatka or Jacksonville, Florida and City
which in Lh'er'oDiunr.llc lr.) J. H. Rose' Female Specific-a remedy for
a consumes depends a measure onone's !
person June 23-y tickets will be issued to Sew York.
tot ,Ihirunia through
I yellow fured gue, ful bOUIdll' ( : painful menstruation, lucorrbea or while Price one
self and be made
by training, can more or the ice! Is increased by pn-xurr;fhould Ihe left lul.ebeeifrcied Joltnr. For freight or passage, having elegant stateroom Terms per Day $1 50.
less. The tailor and the (.hoc-maker take little in the IJil ii generally in tie left flumiiler, .! All of the ahovc preparations with fir. Rose'. Medical accommodations aplvat the oltice of the ,

comparison with the Iborr. and the public speaker Wild Cherry "it a slum dry cough,the tkin becoming of a..aluappBralcc'lnd \ Aivierlopeibon! in sickness and in health,to be agent, HLXUY MISROO.V, I
or singer, or those cry commodities for sale the stools claj-niloicd This"i"'a eUI had of Corner of East Bay and Adgcr's South Wharf '
t through the streets. A man in good health make I.eeurld the use IIOBEXdACK'S L1VTR THE POST OFFICE, CUSTOM HOCSC, AJtD IXCXATCK.
; T. McMILLAX Jacksonville.
4ghtecn respirations in a minute, and in twenty- i'ILLSastheyact directly upon the seat of th. dieate f Cabin passage from Charleston, ?23; steerage old established Hotel continue
I i four hours consumes fifty-one hogsheads of air. As COUGH CANDY. and then operatingupen this bowels,the} expelall Daniel! II. Ames,Ta.lahasneo; Samuel.Puleston,Hon- $1 spl5 MTUIS to the travelling public;at the abov
A. H.
the corrupt and \ilia ted matter from the fj'kti inDYSPEPSIA. 'into; Wilson, eVpol1V. finervesee, Pa-
the oxygen which supports lite is s small, we AGREEABLE to the taste and war- latka; E. ft.AII.eni, VVoofl tock Mills; and of Peal- CHARLESTON and FLORIDA charge,the house being well fitted
: ought to particular how we permit other 1 c generally throughout the State. d2ly up, and constant attention being paid to
b\Cr Cl- rauledif used according to tbe direction*,*likh are The 1)'mpLol of hyspepela) nnd its various c'uea !
to it and vitiate it. The blood I its .
g gases \vill simple,to cure all case of Ccushs and Cold, which c..nre dizziness in the lieadgliearttitirn.. opjnc;' ;i<>n U. S. Mail Steamers proper management.An
enters lungs is black but when the oxygen .. I omnibus will be in attendance the steam
\1hen i are within the reach of any inediriix',.beMdei aflbid- alter eating mIBI., rourner a'.iul thrrtomnch, .
( on i it, it becomes red, und sends it through ing relief in ease of Crimp, Asthma, Catarrh and he., and Muwtimn grlerallaljlur of the whole: bod).. LIST OF OFFICERS OF :FLORIDA. M* Carolina boat and steamship landings and railroad depot to
i the veins t impart life and animation. nronchitin,ami being one 'the most uful medicines t'rnl this it will be. "a..e owes tit origin convey passengers to the hotel where the undersigned

; 1 Hood is produced by carbon, and imparts the in the early stages of con>lmp"on. to a dUoreniiizcd mate of the Liver and Moma h.IldBENSACK'S Governor, JAMES E. BROOME. fik' ifey* nD will make every effort to please all who may
. Mr. ia placing thin article before the public, i LIVER FILLS U the Medicine "" SS Floeitlai
blackness which we sec in the face of persons who Re. very Secretary of State,I.'. I.. VILLIPIGUE. favor them with a
' discovered lo eflect a atil l l.uliii< cure, us act calLP.
or permanent they
injcniounly compounded
; lose their lives because the ,T. VV. OR EVARU. CONDON,
by .
lufocetion. air"as medicine hitherto unknown, or known only as cp.i- l I.y changing the certain mnibid actions of thervricmiutu Comptroller THROUGH PALATKA IN 24 TO s<> nOtRS.
not allowed to purify it When remedies in such hvaltliy and the blood: 'J'r..a"ahcrC.II. AIJTJN.Allornl'Y JAMES B.'OLEY,
t rate or cCmhinulonl al prrventejthe I action rendering l-ue.
.4. we send out the air from the do not sendit neiclM. I). PAPV.SUPREJiE The CAROLINA n3y Late of the Marshall Honse.
lungs we full force<>f their beneficial/ elecl. Nor d.ws lie TO FEMALE. rorKT; JUDGES.Thnrniu leave Charleston every ._ _
in the same manner a we inhaled it, for when aver that his Cough h Candy has te of the"en You will find these Pill" tin invaluaMe iril'in Baltzell thuIeJuptice. Tnllahnwee. Saturday at 3 P. M. Returning will leave Palatka

c txhko i is as deadly a poison as arsenic or corro tire Medical Faculty,or has reeoimnemled by the many complaint to which you are tut Ije> t,in ol' lrl' c'. II. Dupout, Aasocialeiuslice, Quincy.I every Jlondiiv at 7 A. JL; Picolata 10 A. 31.; and SOUTHERN INSURANCE AGENCY
t\e "ublmat. The lecturer showed this by ex "rmiFt rnhuhtencd pliysicmn--;" but hp would mirihysuite lion>. .. or partial, they have been tttumt: of j I Thomas Douglas, Acsoeiati Jui-Hc-r Jacksonville. JaeKOnville'rnl'ldav. at 3 A. M.
fled a vase, with his own breath, that having Ilm elfsud.red severely fruni bronchial Inestimable N nefil in uu.toriiugniud' unfjirp: lie lilund CIRCUIT JUDGES.U"e The FLORIDA will leave Charleston every Tuesday Life, Fire and Marine

1 which a Ii would not Lve. I WW nfleotion"he to of the by couching whoeniesenption and ni'ht and. other fluids eo an 1uIpre a'i I complaint: \vLirli may ,tcrn, I.J. Finley, Marianna. at 3 1'. }l. Returning, will leave Palatka
sweats, applied one Faculty -
aii elrom female irrcgnlariiie, as dni .
finch ar 8 killed persons who went into 111.lded such speedy relief and resulted in of sight,pain in Ihe ride, buck, &C. I.ad"el.ril llle ri tile. JA.lernV.Middle J. W.. A.Baker Forward, Pabitka.Tallnhassee. Thursday, 10 o'clock, A. M.; Black Creek Z P. M.; LWIBMCE.,

wells the country, or who died when alla of uch .ure, that bewal inclined to obtain a only safe and eOectuiil: remedy to cure Southern, Thomas F. King, Key VVe.U Jacksonville, Friday o'clock A. M: :
charcoal was placed in a room. The danger oftaking Knowledge of the InlrtdltIt and of the manner in complaintGout, Ncrvou-HfM, (.Iowiul, ik sOLICITORS OF THE CIRCUITS. I These trips will be. regularly kept np exCCJ t incases CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY -

impure matter into the ttumach had power which they might Iompululed with nucjr, HeadacheCiidint! ,lhlolatifmdl.It.il'l: Hi cams, .. Western, Jame.t.. Landrum, Milton. I when either steamer. iiiay be temporarily
to which the had Besides to eivc them convenIent form, mice bimmners of '! withdrawn fur hARTFORD, CT.
eject 0 fight Sam'l in which
pot ci"'a.e511'1 Middle Uoincy overhauling, cased due
lung which he ha had thes.ili fuelinn of and
from aff ition of the Capital Surplus over $0,000.
ahnini.tern < Liver
the impure air \hich ere 1 aril impurity tie Eastern: JII lU\t. Baker, Alligator notice will be given.
e successfully in many IUe8. The hrldilllof "' Blood,or constipation of die Bnwelk. Henry D.I Keiiilnck ALFEED GILL, President! JAXE C. WALEUT, See.
inch of
2,800 pores on every square of the surface this candy is composed, among which Wild Cherry U toutliein Tampa. These steamers connect with all the interior
she body aud to a body of size there MEDICAL EVIUCNCE. COUNTY OFFICERS. Stages of East Florida This company will issue policies on the joint
large are 2- the principal,arc perfectly baiuilew, and may taken and connect both with
I ) inches mid"these make of all nil Unlike We the (First l name,Judge of Probate; second name, Clerk of the Sew stock principle and upon the mutual plan -thua
8'1 square ; multiplied by all persons, sees, nt limes. many undersigned phyclclnn, having hd the reciipt York steamship, Carolina railroads, and
: OOO of pores. There is a sort drainage pipe nf the Cou: it Assessor and Collie tor.
i which sends out r to bi the of research, butwhich lion, say that insredienn of which: they are comrx.ned whenever occurs- ) from of the inMired. .
as as gas, prouct Officer.. Ulfiee.Escauibia Charleston
body mat "el are the concoction of genuine Candy make them the best Pill In use Counties. Post toJackson\.me. $8; "The ability and well invested capitalof
and is calculated miles! II for.1 di.euC Charles :. Jordan 1'tnsacola. from Charleston to strength, ,
Pahitka *
lt 10.
til twentJ'-igh niakerii,this article i I. not expected lo cure Illhe" ills of Ihe Liver, inipuriuei ol the Blood, .1. the institution are, in opinion, unsurpassedbv
of matter out F.E. lie [lEna 4'F For further my
; ,
particulars to
ancfwhich particles! hicllre lcnt ikatlli-sli: i* heir to." but ii peculiarly t the OEOIiGEVOQD.M.D.. .1\1.Mann M applv any Life Insurance Company in this State or
I ( dSlh'c: are so nUlcruuslhni in few diseases and instead of being F. CR( WLEY, M. D. J. W. CALDWELL Charleston. "
I/nion": G. PINNEY
i where the houses Santa Bora John Chain (Signed,) B. ,
l"ia are low, many composed of poorest of Ear,infused withthocxtrsctaifhuoarhioundtt I. BOVVEN.M.D. Milton.u UELLECUASSE & FIXSEOAJT,
cT \V.J.Stoke Controller Public Ac's State of Connecticut.
[L.s.l] ,
a in the habit: assembling in one room, i i. made from sur in inhizhest Purchase none hut those having Ihe signature of Isaiah tl Jacksonville.
t it has been discovered that, after fifteen or twcnlv ft Ke nf perfection and contains well knownand "J. f.IOBEN\CK."as all"thtrs are wonlilc llul.Iatonl. Walton Colib.jr.DauielMcLeod, Euchceanna.Giles fblOf R..R. REID Palatka.OPPOSITION :Slaves insured. California and Australia
years, the pit'.clesadhire to the ceiling; of the approved remedies. Try it, and il<*intrinsic merit Iloweii u rii-K* taken on reasonable terms.

a rt fnd the farmer w.11 contract to pat up a erelong ntll call fonh dye a spontaneous a popularity!approval uiiparalleled. (torn you,in which the Agents wishing new supplies,and all nlh"r_wiahini Nlell C. Monroe, u I LINE The Subscriber is also Agent fbr the following

if they aroulun-ed! to ttrtce down the .111 I. to become Agent, must ad.lren! the prnprli'ior., J. N. Holmes, A. II. Drownell, Cerro Gordo. Fre Companies
,j 1' oldone, so valuable. has it bjen found fur manure. hi.tory.f Price 25 n"num cents per packai I NAU\.1 I hIs Laluiratr-ry No.130 North Second M. Il. t'tnhlpy, u Carrying the U. S. Mail FARMERS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. '

7 Scieiitifie AiMrican.SciEsnnc Kaeh: rruh.C psckiRR of Ponjh Canrtr,will ctrenabove Race, PIIILADELPHIA.Kotd I U.K.Golden, U Capital $2UlIOOO-
.5. hear on HIP envelope the.Inaure of T. C. KIL'K; Sa- l luy nil Diug I l and Merchants iu the (;liledIall. Washington Was Illusion 'J'Rbor'eroon.. BETWECX
vanuahGa. mjSSy Worlhinclon' Palatka Fla. and Savannah Ga. GRANITE
is well known to almost ,
POI8JIG.-I Country, niprrlnnu ran be npplieil t by the box,each John A.fTahur, < YORK CITY.
every Iod that one of the most box contai iii5U packages at $0 25. Jackson J. K. KoulLar/ alarianna.Aspen -'T. Capital 1300,000.
important poisoning Csl trie in our countiy novJlfrJV Philadelphia :Medical Iouc-Es I..bnV.. Poorer, M VIA PICOLATA DLAC CREEK. AND INSTJRANCE .
was that of John llendrickson, .. the Court of yean IO by James Griffin, U JACKSONVILLE., AND ST.MARY'S. STATE MUTUAL[ FIRE AND MARINE

Oycr and Terminer, tt Albany, in June and July corner of Third aid Union streets between SpiuceanU Jose M. Clark), M BRUNSWICK, AND DARIEN, GA.rG COMPANY, OF PENX.

JM3, for tb murder of his wife Maria. I was, O r'PLA] TJ Fine. Uiladelphia. Pa.INVALIDS Calhoun. Elias Branch, U Grove. ,'TIle fteampuckctVELAlvA, Capital |3 ,000. '

crWged, poisoned his wife with acitiue. Are apprised that Dr. KIN KHUN confines his 'l'homaei.Land, n KING leaves I'alatEa

and from the ttilonyof Dr. who DYSPEPSIA, to a particular branch of Medicine' ,which engage practice Franklin Thomas J.Kppes, Apalachicola.Qulney. every Monday morning Capital t3t',000. 4

-. made the pott mok exmination, and Dr. R.lis his undivided attention. He cautions the unfurtuuatu' Samuel W.Spencer U ._- -- at 8 o'clock. NEW YORK AND ERIE FIRE 153. CO.
Jaundice Chronic or Nervous Debility the abuse of J.Tbi'pen, (i Arrives at Jacksonville and leaves
br-tt Chett of Albanv, the scienti against mercllr, Thoutund are anuunllyuiercuriuhzed same evening, Capital $150,000.
derived, which wentto Disease of the out of life. Iteceut aflcetion are Gadsden, E.C.Lon, Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching at all the These Companies having a cash capital, safely-
Kidneys piompUy extinla l b.d.TWENTY K. C:. Lester, U intermediate
convict the prisoner. He was condemned 8.B.Love u places as above. invested in bond and mortgage are prepared to et-
executed on t 26th of last bnt an cppcal t b and all Diseases arising from adisordered YEARS OF PRACTICE James M. Smith, u Tbsocgh fare from Palatka, Picolati, and Black feet Insurance against damage by fire and all kinds

bog taken t procure a AngUt, (which was at Liver or Stomach: In the and treatment imperfectly ofa understood class of disease hitherto netlpcted I Leon, l>. W.CW)nn, Tallabuiee. Creek - $8 00 of property, on reasonable terms.
) h time execution was put off KELIN author of Work boa enabled Dr. KIN- II. Archer,jr. ..1I Through fare from Jacksonville 6 00 lor Insurance in either of the above named Companies
but nsa ru fixed for Friday next week, we Ebcb ns Conetpaton. Inward Files, Fullness 01 that,( nine tenths a of the on Self of preservation) to I II.T.BilK ker, uI Through tickets are furnished from Jacksonville apply to A. WILBUR,

t believe. The whole testimony of the trial having Blood 10 the I> l"ad, Food Fullneu of the Bloinach, Nausea, local prove and constitutional weakness cases,mental nervou and debility pbYllearluflerlng I L.V. Demilly, 4'Wakuila to Charleston for - 8 00 General Insurance Agent, and Agent for the above
( or Weight in the
I r beeninbhishcdacopy of it fell intothe hands of larthur" or ,are traceable! ta certain habit', forming the George Miller New Port. 5? The \VeIaka connects with one of tho New Companies, 142, Bay street, Savannah.
at .
four CrctaUoD. finking Fluttering 'J' J.At.Richardson a
VM. who Illtch. most secret yet deadly and fatal York and Philadelphia steamships from Savannah
t -We ofostn being deeply impressedwith tlomah. swimming of the Head, Hurried springs of domestic N. G. W. Walker, U J.ILMcRORY.Jr-
wnt soundness in the scientific and ,, Fluttering of Ibo Heart, misery and premature mortality. Noah Pospy II every Wednesday. m2'y mr3 Agent, Jacksonville.
testimony on which the Clicking orSuD"'icatinf wmuiiinii when in TAKU PARTICULAR NOTICE. Aaixyq. _
prisoner was alyincpon- .
'r.J.Chace Monticello.MtJisonC.H.
cndemnt' lure, Winness vision, Dot or Web before the Thu I Is nn evil habit sometimes indulged In by Jefferson .. K. R. DUKE
:, b) aublwti the same to a number the first Sight, James R.Tucker, Palatka T. C. Rice
who have endorsed Fever and dull Pain in the lead,Deficiency of Perspirflllon,3ellOWnessof hoy.in olilude, often growing up with them. to man- Joel Walker, 'S BISBEE & CAXOVA,Jacksonville
'its i or buod and which If not reformed ,
AU onntr been ni the and Eye., Pain in the in due time,not only James ftorris, .4 fbgjf 8. M4.AFFITEAU Savannah. ,
opinion free voluntary vide bark, cheat.hmt.le",Sudden Flushes of Heat, beget serious obstacle to matrimonial hnrpne".but A. McDonald, manufacturer and Dealer la
on part ofProt Wells-he bad not the gives** loa serIes of Madison,
lest acquzintance Uurning in the ella& iwalinglo evil,and protracted Insidious,and devastating t. B. Sessions, 5' Steam CommunicationBETWGEX
with, nor personal interest in the great depression of spirits-. affections. Few of those who give way to T.M.Anderson, 'S of Common
ncr but has been at great trouble and Jris C.BE EFFECTCAf.Ly CURED BYDRHOOFLAND'S this pernicious practice are awaie ofUieeonsequeaces R. McKlnney, II ) Every variety

endeavoring to avert the execution, lie be until they Had the nervous system shatteied. fecfstrange HamPton, II.J.Stewart Jasper. Savannah and Florida.
bus and and Fine
lieves the prisoner has been upon wrong CELEBRATED the mind. unaccountable feelings, and vague fear*in John Frink, CAIDTtL ,

testimony. A petition signed by such eminent GERMAN The unfortunate thus affected( become.feeble,unable James M. llendry, II'I MThenewand elegnnt steam- Kiln-dried, and Southern
B- Smith <
Jerry a
chemists the has BITTER to labor with packet"ST.JOllX'S." hot damp atmosphere
a following been presented to accustomed vigor or to at ply his mind to 8. Herbert Capt
Governor &mor. Dr. llayes, State Assayer, Prepared by Dr. tludy. lit.step i II tardy and weak, he I U dull,Irresolute Columbia George 8.ScarbOI oub, ii "5'.q JAMES FBKBBOKX, will leave TERMS CASH....PRICES LOW.

Dr. C. T. Bacon, Chemist of the Mas- No. 120, Arch street, Philadelphia.Tbeirpower ,and engage In bill port with let eneigy than Reuben Uc-f ans, II -5--- Savannah every Thursday COE-V-a OF BBOrCHTOX AXn WHJTT4KM*T*%

r achntt General Hospital and Prf D.A Wells, usual.If he emancipate himself \V.A.Sherfield, II morning at 10 o'clock for Pahitka, touching at all Savannah
; ; the practice has A. M. Cation NewnansvllleJacksonville. the intermediate
Alachna points. *
a 1huatt Siiman. Sen. over the abov Diseases U not ec.Ued. done Its worst and enter matrimony hIs marriage i I. ,
Jrn l'fen Dana and Yule equalled, by any olher preparation 'in unfruitful', and his sense tells him that this i is caused by R. Yuunihlooa, IIt' Dr. State, the eures attest Iu cases alter skilful L. Wilson, has and state PRICES-
College. of College, Prof. many his early follies. large airy room accommodations fur
., fcllet Dr Chiltonand E Meic. of New York physicians bad failed. These are'consideratlont which should awaken the floral, Felix LIvingMon.Ceoigff Htone 'S passengers;and, taking the inland route presents Common assorted Candies, by S5 Ibs.or -
Kent These bitten are worthy the nttcntlon of Invalids. attention of those similBrlYlllualfd. 15*
City. Gale and Dr. Uriah Bowden superior accommodations for invalids and others. upwards, ,
I Washington, and J. Lawrence.. Pltnt Ofc Possessing,great and virtues In Glands the rectification of the Diseases MAURIAGB John D. McK inlay, IINUlI1u. This boat will leave Jacksonville on her returnto Common assorted Candles,.by 250. Ibs.or
81i& o leer Exercising most require the fulfilment of several conditions in order upwards -_ *'.M*'
Chemistry in Louisville searching powers and flections of the Di- that II be really the James T. U'Nlehh Wo ol
I may cause
t&kii1fic4merwua. ,] .April 29tt.' eUve organ, they are,withal,safe, certain and plea Could the veil which cover the origin mutual of happiness.domestic Nassau C.C. BcMent.- Mill- 'a. For.further.particulars inquire of Capt. F **- Fruit 44 Ihvpa J ,Sugar 44 Plums 45 ,,Ac IC, by-200 25 Ibl.45 18 20tf.
ant. wretchedness be raised and it*true BOBX, on board, or toCLAGIJORN
'S. DE source In every in- A.J. Braddnek,_ 54 Candies 25 Ibs S7 2iit
J.\D AND CONVnCED.Telm tlane disclosed. In how many could It be traced to A CUNNINGHAM French by .
THE ETHER BILL y Alabama in favor of Dr. Hoofland's I physic) disquahecatlons i and their attendant disap L.ltiflllr\bothnDl. I'Pt. 'Savannah. assorted 45c .
German Hitlers, prepre by Ur. U. M. I pointment! Apply then, while it Is yet time,in order John1,- T.C. Iliimphrtys, SLAngnKtine.Palatka.54 BISBEE4 CANOVA. JackonyWe., Sugar Toys, American, by'14 Ihn. Vfv- -
'-On.th lh inst, theU.S. Senate passed A bill Jackson, Philadelphia. Tbe known remedy to have your unstrung and relaxed organization re- .Jscoh Mlckler, u BENET A TEASDALE. l'ol tka..pl5y "FrenchV' 3 l r

gtnr 1100,000 t discoverer of fo SAver Complaint, Dy.ppI., Jaundice NervoU b raced,tevivifled and ftrengthened. Putnam, W. W.Tnmblin, May 80th. Lemon Syrnp,from 1 to SO gaUa. 1 OOffM
I as it is fmpnltb more commonly Debility,Db..of the fce.fte.' REMEMBER, PlanllanGIinkI, w 4..5 45No o, ipd, $3e '* "
known the Orl., AleJndr., Ah*., September, He who place himself under Dr. Kinkelin's treatment Nuibmi Norton wOcalt.
by term tfhtrtauio, or the ron- I IlUa. For EnterPrise'and charge tar boxing or delivery,at railros4'or
%Ve h.v litn panl to Introduce your may religiously confide in his honor a* a gentleman, Marion JotanMrlntosh .
dering ofpersona insensible to pain during urri- German BlUe. we I&b a very valuable and rely upon the assurance that the secrets of Dr. K.1i ,,. Robert Bullock, IntenncdlateLandings steamboat, tUtu
t et operations, by inhaling ether or medicine. patient will never be disclosed. itu w

I The bill provides that the 100,000 cbwrfr C.A. nobinson Bellefonte, Ala., January 30, 1851, Young man-let no 'tulsa modesty deter yna'frore J 8..1(1.Helve Willie nstnn.,, it '- on the GEORGIA 1ARBLE WORKS.J. .

by the Secretary of the Treasury until the as ..adY DedlciaC mutt eentu.lllve. large making your cane known to one who, from education Levy' D. A.Morgan,' W'acaitatta. _- -;. -: '?-. 'St. John's' River
to who f the real discoverer 1 decided by a c fle; 11 those u.e it It veiy and resptetabiliiyen certainly befriend you;. _. John R.Ditcher. w (I. RANKIN, Vni."M7HTJRLICI, GEO. VSUMMEY
I been mucb deceived here Too think they will conceal the The SlcamcT' DARLINGTON Captain JAKSS .
equity. A great number of have much. The people bae by many secret In their Robert Wanertton II co.)
: 'as. the authors of nae b trifling patent nostrums,and that all the talc of own hearts, and -cure themselves. Alan, how often I I. UUIiborough, Ptmoa Turman BROCK; will leave Jacksonville, every Saturday (sccczssoms TO A. tmsnos
let Drs. Jackson and th dve among your valuable Bitten,.and will, aoU it become this a fatal delusion,and bow many a promising young l\1.u: alqhlm, Tampa.w morning at 8 o'clock,1 amTing at Palatka same d 1. THIS establishment has been in luecessfhl eje-

I of ofH.Wells, known." .' mill,who might have been an ornament. to society,, E.T. Kendrlck .M Palatka 6 o'clock Monday morning, in for a number of Tears.. Tb' qutnai
Conn."'Gutbrje andColleycr.of>. Y. Long, C.Fowler, Tuskegpe, Ala., January 1,,1W1.1 said: hasfadedfoiutheeartht Ilernando,, Joseph M.T.lor,', De 8oto.ii. connection Leaving with the steamers Carolina and WeLaka are well opened, and the marble is aapenor to any
OTua. '10 mere act rendering persons Snsen- "Tbe Bitten are telling well,and 1 thlnkthsy will eon >Stricture of the nretha are rapidly removed by the W.M.CnrriMla,. ", ..Lnk Monroe same day.; Returning in the United States. We have so perfected set*-
Biblpaiflduringsurg-calopcrabona b not liant at tdey give good satisfactIon those application of a now Ibe'4jlelllltallJtlIt used only by will reach wwrfc.tIM we.ca.n .
new; s & ,1 titans MeMi'S duties for cutting out and flniahiM
tU thing 1 old, and if the re ward of$100,000 b tI aye ibtro. : .. Dr. K. Weakness and Constitutional. Debility promptly E. J.@elpb, tt will leave Enterprise at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, furnish)IonutncntsTombsTabtt1and
be based Dr. H. P. Leonard; Fly u. Court Home, Ala.5Jsn.iO,1853salth I .cured,and full Vigor restored. Monroe,) .Benjamin West : and Pahitka at ft o'clock Wednesday morningana 1* bet*
nthfliettbenItcerWalywillre.staIn Bawyer. Key 'of busine
"Year wonders COUNTRY INVALIDSCan atJl1ctsonriUuame day. every thing in cur lin.
ID arrive /
for a Ion time ta BIUer JV doe Peter Crnso, thS I Icountry.
"' the Treasury. UII.e. :A JII. Uubt -bart
:,1J Uo vfRepretsnUtives, un the 21st Id. ,,b la for siveisi E with all' their symptom, per letter,enclosing a remittance .'tumuelYong5 _. if Jnlf R. R. REID, Agt at Palatka. ; -- "
o by this. bill on the table and in 1 car of o bl' pctU.'wt&rtliet; and the ) Dr.K 'a lDedlctDl',aPJloprl.te accordingly.. Orange. Algernon B. gpeer, Enterprl.', When it IS COflBIiISftd that we Mv ouibwfl'r'
acted wy. The 11111 cat* Forwarded to gay part of the United Ptat'tand aid as high
i ou Vie exhibits yery rpr ,mass although ''AnhorGIn- -- ble nojobbe&profit,
little Senatorial wcom IAt who own pa- lae'ly to get about, commenced with tb. 8.a. packed ecnr from DAMAGE or CUKIOSlf. ElIjah] Wtifon, 4. St mer1\fotmf.saJ t, the sy orth, it will be seen thatwe dG poisiuiiterial
t ntsflp ease at -law ., found to amen relief from ttrat ., Bumpier .W. C. WIlll .Adamsvllle': all eompetitor$
and fie ,
enforce Youth' '
andManhood .
tie( READ 1 : Thin steamer which has advantages 01-er
continued to take, until ;: been
their" ,-if they have an1umaniea1i4merivaAprItlj.& I t1.lsnewpefleelhywshh.ndaIout.a complete ere was tet - D. G.Lee. ,"; .- '. put ha condition effective I I We cordially solicit out'frieud*aid tbs pnbi

pr e. vllOSB A IGOBOUS ,LIFE ,OB; .A PREMATURE ., F. H.Croat. c. woik and -eompar mr'othw rices wtt,
1 b .xandne'OU
Olomonftefr .. :
aerrice BOW proeparedZtQresume
r "J f'
'ffa it' TESTIMONY 7EOM,THE SOUTH.. ; .-- -- ; her businesson those'.of' yards, before crdertagith2

'e"enea Otyan.in recording the marriage H. W. Cbt5y,titlenbnrg, Kentucky, Oeiobert5>,' DEATH. I c -the--8-*. John'- -, In the towing'of regular vessels raft,. marble.We -- .-"". T '( "i ? >,
t of president ofa cold your J>iO*>. om* time, I KINKELrNONeELFfRESEttVATINOBlySictl.It ha's on band, at our Yard toT Xa4e a, $
temperance 'IWr 1..U.Yn' .
Ac and such other
J Pae Itr. It in I It a-work eminently reqUired afa mean of reformlBg performing service u may be '
t* Jt, perpetrate the folio v'aif.rsifalia lad lu ntlrlUn, every. Jlc. _that, f U>.Vice of the ace U which w. Uv*.,Alio. .Ris.- : appointed by special contract Isrg assortmentof Mat.0.W.aams. -
eOltaerDJO" V -- "- where our Agent,
tired .temperate ; Ewad., '"lstKenloc1tyJno.Bl8Jl;\ ; % NATURE'S GUIDE Engagement* may be jtt any time-entered into Tombs Ic.,

ianpcrance wi and morn taldi .We nJoe: Inform yon that inlijonly eel*, AVith.Rnlea' for'the-Prolongatioh'fpf C.of.r find Linen Rgi, free from dirt! and In with the Captain in charge of her, at any point at will cell at oCt prlcel.. Ou ,

j nigt bested maintained the exalted repu.taiton iLife from the Press. order, will bo purchased at this Officeinmanor which the.mar be npoo the route or with her proprtetor -" .It the Mills. Address1Ir3
ngbbor wliicb has been given IS. and Having tested just '
offered WILLEY,
a' 1 largo quaQtUiea. and fair price ,. CJ1ARLE3 "
J .,
otCht broke sn J t Horn., virtue, detcrrci, $I LI," A letter with t ftniliUiic of S3 e nt*,or lbs vriM!Ii for the' ; ,-- jut .61- 3Larb1kr.
''U'pledge! < < ..', w.1Jlltnll"7 Bam*;by,the. .-pound, ..


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