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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
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VOLUJO, r! VI. ,JACKSONVILLE, FIQEIDA/JUNE| ; 29,. 1854., NUMBER 43. :
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Dry Dock at Pensacola. the sum of $13,000 for it-mark the II country. ,There is Major WilliamH. persisted'in their refusal to take the dock into the Gent ''in 'everv ; to Look sir at the contract"*'"-Here ;
{ basin, it would be necessary that the ship shouldbe capacity, ,, ,1eSt ,
II language, Mr. Prcsidcntin case Chase, well known as one of the released from the dock,as soon as the take the dock .in with on I :was the t .

pE' tflOF HOK. J. MORTON 1c!Jtf.,?.. a floating gate is made," the contractors most accomplished: officers of the corps which been she bad sustained the by the docking. "operation- bad, weighing .five thousand three paid on S $921,3T&urti .
have repaired by agents
or Tutus, are to receive $13,000. From of engineers, and .gentleman distinguished At the time of refusal of the gents h was high hu e tons ; yet it,had not water provision in it which will really protect

h 0*Seiute, JTay S3, 1854 I this language, I should infer that at for his general intelligence water for the day,at which time there were nine to receive theJ dock with. the Columbia the Government from loss 7.tla a

On the report of the Secretary of the the time the contract was entered in- and :high and honorable- bear' feet six. and a half,inches over the' gate sill of thebasID. docked weighing two' thousandone it not 'a contract to ,"experiment

Navy,in reference to the dry dock, to the Department had doubts as tothe ing.. The next is :Mr. Hartt; a'naval The greater draught'of the'dock was near the and eighty-five tons, at the of ta _

basin and railway at the Pensacola propnety of having a floating constructor, who ranks among the -center It was of nine her bottom.feet six inches and accurately obtained less than one-half of the stipulated instead of r te Govet,

navy yard. gate to the basin, and reserved to it- first of his profession in the'service; under the immediate supervision: of the board. tonnage. T other reason assigned to'derive;large pecuniary benefit we?.*-

self to direct it to be made or not and,lastly,Mr.'Herron,the then civil The board.arrives at the conclusion, that the contractors is that the
Mr. MORTON said. Mr. Presi-- have signally failed to exhibit fdlly and to contractor never agreedto I The sum, of ,$737,550was,' paid: .t
dent the report of the Secretary of as it thereafter might determine.If .- engineer of the Pensacola navy yard, its satisfaction the conveniency, power, and faithful take the dock into the I these. contractors on';
I the made the who is well known in his construction of their floating dock, basin, and railway -. bam ,8,8net
gate was professionas with all her and of
the Navy, in response to a resolutionof Govern-I and for the following reasons: >i ing a ship nme t on a bond $100,000
the Senate, calling for informa- ment to pay $13,000 for it; a most skillful and scientific engi- 1. That it weighs about 2,000 tons more than Ltftard., Was there ever such a:suberfuge to save the Government harmless 3

tion relating to the dry dock, basin : dispensed with,to pay nothing. This, neer, and who has executed at that of timated water, two which fact consequently, thereby interfering increases with the drw its attempted to be practiced ; In this, the Department has failed h. }

and railways at the navy yard, Pen- I I hold, is the true construction of the place one of the most difficult works sage into the basin. ppon practical, sensible men ? 'Wy I exercise, that vigilance which :& d ; !
contract. The did dis- constructed in this other 2. That by settling under the Colombia, when '" l
sacola, was received some five or six i Department I ever or any docked, nineteen and a half inches (that ship 1 ask tiptilate to take up Greet individual would ,have ,

days since, and was, on my motion, pense with it, considering it entirely t country which excites the admiration weighing but ,185! tons,) it proved that it was of of ,thousand three hundred ton and which should ever, characterizethe

laid on the table, and ordered to be useless, and even an incumbranco ; : of scientific men, and entitles raising inadequate a ship strength of 5,300, and ton altogether weight, as contracted and float the dock into the bin, expenditure o the public ,

printed. I observe, sir, the order hasbeen and, in my humble judgment, the I. him to be ranked, if not the first, draught; Jrl'C also, bv increasing the and then refuse to float the ney. m
water
executed, and copies of the report 1 i Government should not have paid among the first civil engineers of the pssan2e into of the basin.,: augmenting the difficulty of a the basin with aship of two.thousand But the twenty per-cent reserved )

furnished us. I, therefore, one dollar. day. Let us hear what this commission 8. That when the dock was: sunk t> twenty-three one hundred and eighty-five tons, on each payment has long since gone .

it be taken from the table witha The Bureau informs us, for a reasonable says : feet above ,ae working platform, (the Columbia because, fo her armament was in the pockets of the' cnttr.
move the of it, it oot
CoMHAXDivr's OrncE )l being just on point entering ) rose on
view to reference.The consideration, it was agreedto NAn YARD, PISSACOLA, M&128; 1853. J one side three feet m ten minutes, by a sudden and on board ; was the thingto Why was this done? Td' :,report ,

resolution calling for the in- be dispensed with by the Depart- Sir: The board of officers appointed by your let- great loss of water in the chambers", although; the be considered. The contractors shows why, and the papers accompanying
the still in
formation was adopted at my in- ment but does not enlighten us as ter of the 12th February, 1853, "to examine and pumps thereby supplying showing; a very water great were leakage of operation the tanks, stipulated that the dock should be of the same disclose..'te
the result of the test to be made of the bal-
stance, and before moving a reference to what was the reasonable conside- ance report floating dry dock, basin and railway, con- and pumps construction., or probably both,and consequently! sufficient capacity to -take over the that the payment was most lp > .

of the report to the appropriate ration. It was not a deduction of structed at the navy yard at Pensacola" by the con- improper 4. .:.hilt sixty tons additional ballast were necessary ba at Pensacola a ship of the lar- ly made. It 1 true, as we' are,informed #

committee, I ask tho indulgence of the $13,000 from the gross amount of tractors your, Messrs.instructions Gilbert of the& Secor some, date and, and acting subse-under in ink the dock, (the engines: being worked to gest class. When a ship of that description ,the Department exercised the

the contract,_which I consider would quently under the instructions contained in ., their highest gauges,) it being evident at the same made its off the of from the "
the Senate, while I submit a few re- your time that the engines were unequal to sinking it to appearance precaution taking cntc. E
letters of the 12th, 13th, 15th and 22d end of
marks ; for the report, in my humble have been the proper reasonable con- j' the 3d May, baa the honor tc report April, that it has grater depth than that required to take m the bar of Pensacola, and desired to en- tors a refunding bond, to ,

estimation calls for the prompt con- sideration ; neither was it an abate- j completed the duties assigned to it, so far as its re- contracted Columbia: a for.ship of less than one-half of the weight ter the harbor with the aid of this interest of the Goverent, 'in the I

sideration, and action of Congress, ;,' ment of any portion of the $13,000 ; I i cently relation limited to instructions the mannUl'in have which permitted.In the board. has !1 I I I H. That it was found very difficult, with the high- dock as a camel,what was to be done event-of a failure of the structuresnot '

and the notice of the country. Byan for 'we are told in the report, that the performed its duties, reference is made to its journal est the gauga lcaluge of steam already, to referred lift the to Columbia showing, owing that the to with her armament? Was it to be I standing the test required bythe

3 contractors have been paid the full and the accompanying documents, all of which dock was incapable raising a ship of five th! !.niand throw overboard; and, after she I contract. This, .'
act of Congress, passed August have been verified by the members of the board, rJr. forst.'wa pp
three hundred tons contracted
weight as
amount of the contract $921,937 from was repaired and recrossed the bar erly guarding
1848, the Secretary of the Navy was as being correct copies the originals.The 6. That the contractors declined the test of takingthe ,
directed into contract with less $12,000 deducted for cancelling to enter a worded instructions, with latitude allowed"
the provisions for the camel ample! was a deficiency of water in the basin, and that ? The commission further themoney before the contract.,
Gilbert & decor, for the constructionof proper- to supply any notable deficiencies therein, to makea the contract did not it. The water at high quo ,
I a balance floating dock, basin and ties, and $2,500 retained to cover I the close, critical named and comprehensive iu the contract examination with Gilbert of tide was nine feet six require and a half inches above the that it will take twenty per S3. complied with, and i they failbriIIg

railways at the navy yard, Pensaco- contingencies. This, sir, I repeat, is j & Secor apparatus, as a balance floating dock, basin and railway granite would have courses hecn at sufficient the bottom to of have the basin admitted, which the the original cost of the dock per annum suit, I supps 0 'the refunding !

la. the only deduction from the gross ; looking to ita parts in detail; to its separateuses dock, had its draught of water: not been increased to keep it in repair, equivalent bond. M.President, t.I
amount of the contract as shown as a dock, a basin and a railway, and to its three feet by the causes referred to. I to a renewal five The laughable. you, sir, ever ;
Pursuant to this direction of Con- by ,i completeness as a whole,in order to test the prin- The board cannot, therefore, recommend that every yer.
the did the 25th the report on our tables. Thus the ciple, conveniency, power and faithful construction the whole apparatus, or any part of it, whether it cost of the dock was $555,712 that in the htor of this,Government, a
secretary on it and I
gress claimed for the contractors to form
Bureau its by ; an be the balance 't-dock. basin, or railway be I
will be
by own report overpaid oot.in sum have to expended
of October ensuing enter into a con- > opinion as to the performance or non-performance received by the United States. The board having ever contctor'treund: mon
tract with the said Gilbert & :'ccor to Gilbert & Secor 13,000 ; or, in other of the stipulations of the contract. Under this been also! ordered to consider the "advantage or five years, should i be ey improperly'' h bl'te
view of its instructions, the board notified the
words allowed them that duly of that of docking ships of the the Government? The idea
build the dock basin and railwaysfor sum for not authorized agents of Messrs. Gilbert & Secor that disadvantage" plan Government, $111,156 per annum i
the of $921,937., making the floating gate, which the the frigate Columbia was at their disposal in orderto Navy thebalancefluating-dockisfarinferiortotheor-, ail compared: with: others, is of the opinionthat i to keep it in repair. It may lou You had a wel attempt t .
sum >
contract left optional with the De be placed in the dock, carried into the basin,and dinary stone dock, whether as regards economy, from these data be safely calculatedthat get melted butter of a .
I will not into detail further liinled on and off the railway, in the manner pres- dogs
go safety, or facility of operation.The
partment.The scribed b\r the board. A correspondence ensued it will take some ten or twelve mouth, as money out of the t
than to that the dock basin and "estimate of the probable expense of work-
,
railways say were, to be of sufficient capacity '! contract stipulated that the jections between made the agents by the and contractors tho board to arising certain from parts ob-of iug, and cost IK"r annum of repairing: and takingcare per cent. of the cost of the railways a defaulting contc at he-- h
of the dock, and a report on the touting gate: ,
dock .
should the ofa the lasin and other and fix once placed
to dock and haul on and off :. possess properties prescribed operations.The the board will make the subject gf'a separateand appendages '
camel, to transport vessels of the board adhering: without material change to future communication. tures of this dock, to keep them inrepa. I seems that it was assumed by
the a war steamer of the first : its first determination,it was finally arranged; with
class ways line of battle of class mentioned ; that is, a line of the agents of the contractors that the frigate Columbia AVcwe, sir, ruspectfuHy.JO:5EPa'T: yourobedientservants TS.A.LL, : So it may be estimated they Department, that there was not
or a ship fifty- battle of should be placed on the cradle in the dock, annual I. water of sufficient -depth near 'the
ship, or a war steamer the (.r fui l/'iiittd States Jaw.VTM. require outlay of .
three hundred tons. and the whole carried into the basin, in readinessfor .a '
to the of the first class, in and out of the harbor, the frigate to be tuled on and off the railway, Major. IL: sweat CIIASE:: Mates, Engineers. some $150,000.The bas t si the dock and the
According report and over the bar of Pensacola the board reserving the right to haul the ship on to of the commission whether the United
bay; S.JIA11TT,Aaoi: ll Juiutructor.+ report question ,
Bureau of Yards and Docks, the the railway, with her entire armament on board or
and have been and if it failed to perform this stipulation not, and assuming the entire responsibility of her JAS. IIERKOX, hows that the contractors have fail- *tatcs or the contractors were boundto
dock basin railways (.vU Eityinetr TarJ.
time since $75,000 were to be abated safety.The. Commodore JOSEPH SUITE, ary- ed, most signally failed, to fulfill find the water, or, in other words, ;
completed some a year or board designed to make the several tests of -
but not the from the amount of the contract. the dock,railway and basin with all much weight as GuirfoftkeBardwofFerdeanJi: d. their contract ; and it ought long to deepen by excavation or t
wore- yet accepted by dg
.This possible, see- that'all that could be commanded NOTE.-The undersigned entertained the opiniou of the
secretary
'Ihaing stipulation was dispensed with, ng since to have been declared by Te navy
Government ; the tests thus far: not would f>U ahem more than oue hill'of that required that the balance floating-dock, basin, and railway, s
The as it appears, at the instance of the by the contract to be used. combined: advantages for repairing vessels not possessed the Department, and steps taken ac opinion of the attorney gee _
proved satisfactory. Departmentand the contractors The naval constructor at this yard, one of the by the ordinary stone dock, for the reason who decided that the. 4
only
contractors have, however, been paid members of the board,was deputed to place shores that two"OJ'more ships could be repaired at the cordingly.This bound tb furnish the and'as '- 't
the whole amount stipulated by the required to abate $12,000, which and braces in the frigate, and, also, to remove theguns same time by tha turmer apparatus whilst the fir. affects the only was waterjj '
proposition they, I presume, accepted and stores to such a position as would bringthe stone dock afforded facility tor the repair of only 1 tiaval station on the Gulf of Mexico the Government was no\ ready to
contract, with the exception of two I' centre of gravity as nearly as possible within one ship at a time; and it was" believed that eqail
furnish it and the
thousand five hundred dollars reserved with avidity ; for they well knew certain lines. economy, safety! and facility of operation! would be and which happens to be locate structures having !
they had entered into a stipulation idvhich i On the same day that this agreement with the obtained by either mod The undersigned has in Florida ; and I here, Mr. been completed ctctr were ,
for contingencies.An these his opinion this; change ii not due solely!
refused changed ;
agents wa-i! made, < persons to executeit entitled to the
examination of the contract they could not perform, and and one of their Lu.uixr! proceeded directly to to the signal failure, on the part of the contractors, dent, a one of the Senators from I. prctg re
never would have been guilty of the I I, the north, in order to confer with his prinei tals.lt .- to perform whit they promised! in their contract, '. that poor, small, wronged and neglected and lay order .of t w
Mr. President, and the manner of its was deemed important that: the senior otocer of which r. illJre was" pnninpally tine to error in calculation i them.
consummate folly and temerity of at- : of the dock to the want of i state, enter protest against paid
execution will a most extra- the board should proceed at displacement ; : I my t
present tempting, but would unhesitatingly !! iu order to explain the proceedings of the boar: strength in the dok and to the lack of sufficient I: this $1,000,000 being placed to her I From what Bce'did.te Department t
prdinary state of things. I by of water basin-but it was producedby :
go and to meet and refute the objections made by the depth derive that
the received from the Department have forfeited the $75,000, as stipu contractors to the fair and proper test prescribed by ample evidence afforded to the board, in the ,: debit, in any estimate that may hereafter it .otio
report the board. I i 1 course of the operation of taking up the frigate CoInmbia i I be made of her cost to the there was near

and will not mention facts de- lated.The reasons for them The proceedings or the board were not disapproved -I 1 ,that,oil the score of economy, safety, and I United States. The $40,000,000 expended -' the basin?' Was it frpm actual measurement I
rived from other sources, althoughI releasing ot: But representations having been madeto facility, the from this requirement of the contract the Nay Department, that there was not sufficient ndvaetagts. in the Seminole war, com- or sounding by the""proper
have statements from gentlemen of of water off and near the permanent I Taking this in connection with the tme: and uI officers of the 1
have been depth i in 1835 it been insisted ;
already read, and to themI I the dock in the basin and hauling I II i mencing ha Goveet or'dd.t
high character: and standing, in relation wharf of the navy yard to sink the duck to the | penscof placing ;
execution of this respectfully call the attention of the depth necessary to receive the frigate Columbia, I the ship on and off the railway,&well a considering 1 f I| should bo charged to her, when it come to the
to the con- Senate. To have with; her arms and stores on board, it was deemed the d&anictibility: : of the material of which the notorious that the sufficient the assertion of
tract, which are entitled to serious attempted its execution important to obtain: the opinion of the Attorney dock and a portion of the rlwy a composed, I.I was greater por- the wte upn When the'
the record I shall the Bureau informs us, would General in the premises.This leaves no doubt ia the mind the undersigned &I| tion of the amount was suanderedI test
consideration.
By : huve been"hazardous to the vessel opinion was decidedly: given as to the obligation t the correctness of the opinion unoull.ex ex- I of the with the frigate Columbia was about 1
on
be governed, and not go beyond it. : of the Government t.i furnish the requisite pressedby the board i the I I hngers-n army 'made 'tha
The Bureau of Yards and Docks as well as the dock." :o no doubt, depth of water. Under this consideration: and of WILLIAM IL CIE Jrju, Eiiylnetri.CoLtmsrs trctors other states, while the being ,a year ago, ct
i that of the time and deemed tt>' GA-, I tors again alleged that was
1 thought the contractors and they expense necessary llt53.CXMA.'D4n. I I of Florida were not only im- r
;
people
says, that none of the stipulations of excavate the required depth, the tent of placing the ,
the contract have been dispensed I would of their own accord have forfeited ah'on the cradle was dispensed with,and the operation ', OrnC \ poverished, but many of them ru- not water,,, .fcCdt to float' 'thedockinto ,
the $75,000 rather than have confined to the simple one of taking the XAVT Y AD'USCL J ;3. ) ed. The sum of $921,937, the u s' the instructions
:with, except that of a floating gate, and the one which provides for test- ', attempted that which they believed apart of the armament and stores,in order to reduce basin, and railway in their report of May t8,1853, this wild and fanciful experiment,
they could not have accomplished, the draught of the ship, and, consequently, that of refl'nod t a fut report 'ou th subject of the be charged to New York ac- appointe t me the test, w
ing the dock as a camel for transporting the of work shod
!! the dock, when sunk to the lack of water com- floating probable expense .
ships over the bar at Pensa and have put their property, the plained of: lint it was required after the ship bad ing and gt per annum of repairing and taking I| Gilbert & Secor, the contractors upon hytei f- 'i

cola. But" let the Bureau speak for dock, in imminent peril. It does ap- been raised, to place in the dock weight equal to .1 submit care of the dock, which they now have the honor to ;' are from 'therethe engineers does the Board, :
that removed from the
i itself: pear 'a little strange to me, that all The board was instructed ship.} accordingly.; As these The test of shipping the fioating ate was madeon I I and mechanics i fact"M,the board.isetrsclioserere deemed itedatdto founded rtportOn is error ef

.'r i these difficulties should not have suggested instructionswere' founded in error of fact, the the 30th of May :, supplies were brought from there Xaty Departtoent;i aj/lmuty .M-
"
Fuurth.1uther any of the atipuktiona of Board deemed it its duty to report the some to The time occupied in getting it from its moorings t I t. .
the contract have been dispensed with; and if so, themselves to the Department, the Navy Department,affirming that there was wa- at the side of the basin to the position shipping i i and every dollar of the money, ac soak, loard t afurd toot a ezcavatiomioert adtyvftt .krnlt
what were the tipulationa 110 diapengud with, and at the time of making the contract ; ter enough to afford an adequate test as prescribed was,one hour and fifteen minutes. T o were I i cording the stipulations of the 1 >y& ; no d&at ntctttaryto no obefo1 -
the reaiona therefor? by the board that no excavations were necessaryto eight men employed in the weather t procrmaido tf
"In reply to this question, I respectfully: state, a change appears to have come over procure additional i depth of water, and that no being and opawDt The gate I j contract, was paid] there. So, I re- I ut madt would pnwut \

that the tmlr) stipulation in said contract ditpe- the spirit of the dreams of the De obstacle existed, known to the board, that would I proved to be very crank, and fgn a lever peat, let Florida not be charged i epos every*the proper raU&emat4of Uftleiitg theAar witktMtytlifttateoiiGi er.
Mil Nit are those for the floating pate: proposed in prevent' every: proper test being made with any > across its gunwales, and considerable time and \
the pecificationa to be'fitted, tor the purpose of partmentBureau, contractors and all, ship that could pass the bar at the mouth of the management t get it into the j with this folly; she had no lot, part, The Bureau, in reply, 'expressed
forming a partition in the dock, and that for can since this humbug of -. glance float- j harbor. It could Dot'sunk into its gVL'plac owing "j portion in it ; for my late coilcai doubts to the .
celling the stipulation which provide for testing i In answer to the letter of the board,it was stated to the washed int the lel groove, a suCec.ow
the dock u a camel tat transporting thins over the ing dry dock was urge on Congressin that the Navy Department adhered to its instructions and a little above it on each i gue, [Mr. Yulee,] then a member of claimed in the 'Te;Bu

bar at Peniacola 1848, and several years previous. I but that it was left optional with the board In regard to the cost of working the dock, the !, the Naval Committee, resisted this I rean seemed :y 'pes; :
"Tie reason for diipenting with the former are, I I to remove the armament and stores or not; at theI board cannot offer a estimate.. All! the circumstances I i .
Thenone of its at
test thU gate wa considered entirely useless, and greatest beauties, one I same time doubts were expressed as to the sufficiency -- attending cr docking of th Cubia appropriation every stage, thoughit I opinion as to the'' depth of t
eve aa incnmhnnce, and, therefore, for a reasonable of its greatest recommendations, was of water claimed in the remised It is due being different from and very whe was apparently for the.beneft of a and well it should,. upon that '
wnaideration, it wa agreed to be dispensedwith the camel properties. One in those I to the board in this place to state that the testa required : compared whUJbe contemplated mode of workingthe dock yard his J for .
the The reason for cancel- i dock shall be finished. wIthn satehe the Attorney ad-
by Department to be made were, in its judgment, perfectlyconsistent deep "ai opinion ;:
II bog the camel properties of the dock were, that, daysreading the glowing descriptionof with the first instructions received from In view of the rapid decay in this climate, thinking th of ,this experiment I[Ved .of, 'near.$200,000,
upon the representation of this Bureau to theIfmartment the advantages and beauties of the Navy Department<*nd with the stipulations of and that the dock is now about three years old, the at the Pensacola te pyent
that in its opinion,the experiment! ofinking the contract %*. board a of opinion that it will require twentypercent ,ya hot'i ntctonwhic they
the dock outside of and carrying the ship these docks,in fancy saw these beasts That before inch testa were arranged, the board of the original cost to keep it in order, equivolenttoarenewalinfive7earsfromtbepresenttime. would not advance its onward Were ot 'cnttejte: ,teltt"o.
over the bar would be hazardous to the vessel a* : of burden of Neptune walking like a made. itself acquainted with all the local circum- to be classed with the first dock yards the case .
wen u to the dock; that, a* the Government was ...an(es existing in the premises,a knowledge of It now recaulking and painting.We mde I
bound to furnish the steam power to tow and manage I I thing of life o'er the waters, bearing which was indispensable to the exact performanceof are,muir w respectfully, your obedient servants, of the country. The result has prove is' remarkable, Mr..President: ,

said dock when to used, and as the side of the 1 with majestic grandeur on their backsa its duties. That it required nothing at the hands I :08IAI TATAL(pliR.I the correctness of his course, the Bureau should, in direct.opposition '
dock would much surface to the of the contractors but what considered fair .
a illustration
*
: present oppose was a
wind as all the square sails,of a !large ship, it ship of the first class over shoals of the principle, conveniency and power I \I.. .> IIABTT.\&JlJ& ". wisdom, of the conclusion to which t the report of the cmm1Aon

,would require immense power-which the Government and bars, to secure Tiavens within:the 1 I of the apparatus:: generally styled the floating balance JAMES I1ERKON, trail J I. he came ; for this wate eaperi composed oLsnch'menas. wa
'had iiot si command, and could not procure j dock, basin and railway,offered at, a great CnlOO JOSEPH SKIm a
except at an enormous expeaae-to more and control numerous bars on our coast. since t i cost as a whole its designers and the contractors Farde asd DorFs; ment there, ha'i my etton, insist there was_not sufficient ,

the dock: when passing over the bar to tea; that day,'new. light appears to have 1 confidently to the Government,'as being superiorto CA./ql.INU WaaiinroJl..t retarded the' advacmet when the ofco .that commission t ,
the dock should be sunk under the and in substitution of the
that
provided dry-dock.
permanent '
bottom of a ship at anchor outside the bar, after dawned upon the subject ; now, all The contractors were notified of the final instrnotions Theirreport speaks ior.Hse1;and yard, 1 fear,forbears to come. .Had being on spot, laTuevor. .

raping the wkoU or a portion of the water from look upon the,experiment as an abortion from the Navy Department,and of the readi- I- only ask, attention two not Congress .been imposed, upon Jl without the : g gz
the chambers, should there be an undulating motion 1 failure thevericst..humbng of i'neu of the board to witness the. operation of,placing it.: ; the these.humbugwooden'ocktitwoal there was water' sufficient doubt. -r.::.
a to_ ',
of the water, as there generally is at that the Columbia in the dock. points i According, 1erJ y? : .
place, the ship e taste with battery on.decks,as this age and generation uding, I, The Journal will show the time taken to prepare of the ship pf.five ,thou o it should.have done ere this, havemade that could pass the bar;w,1 is'' "
she could not then be securely shored, would -be and sink thedock fur tb*reception of the ship, with contract n for'a' stone ship
them- known will admit. -
have doubt the contractors sand _to ,be appropriation .vessels'drawing
likely to bit over upon one side or the other, and no all the attendant circumstance'up to the time tons was. a .
cnonsrinjure,if not render utterly useless, both selvt'a'who; may well laugh ,at ,theIgullibility.of that the dock was raised and pumped out-- The into ,the dock and ,basin, and dock-such as 1 erected 'at Norfolk, twenty-two or_ twenty-three'fee,
the aD4.the dock la consideration, there* journal will also-show draught of the dock at ten We cannothow
ship 'and withfease.,
:to Government, various and the on, the 'The.tes New'Yorklad'Dst : ,.j'
fore:of the great yowsr required to more such a pointi, exact amount of depression
toast,x he impossibility' of procuring it at times. their:own :good luck ;' for they have from right lines,extending the keelson, and made with ;the ralwaj' Columbia, day wlienaworkof.thatkindwill F: a'reTewothe."entire
b
warn it might to wanted, and it* great eort, together less the 1 the ends-and Sides..whUat the the > commenced believe:
hundred .
received aU 'their..nnoney, wiwrerU two
: 1 I dock also the several weighing ;
with 'the danger attending the several neMsvr -I ; draught of the thoud.onel ject
operations,the Secretary: of the 5avr,afterHposmltmg enormous Bum' or.$2,5o.0i retaincd'tocontingencies. { ship was removed, and, eigh y- ve ; demon-.. at theiensacola navy yard j,.for this of the-Government- have been .-
persons of expeneMo-tnd r .J dtBt ., -- After the dock,'with he'frigtte'Columbu"on mass. "perishable ,,'materials '
ot,< -
se, be as a amel in practice;that it would But a'commission WaS appointed to the agents of Messrs.Gilbert..&cor made a....- 'inadequate to da'that;:,which:the long'r' I :fear"; a'a u : : ? .- the

ant %be safe or proper to vvntart the experiment, fn. pinp the dock,basin and railways;,! bal request to the.board,that her removal from the contract stiMkte..(,>lThe':.Columbia". '' .: There Mr PrerideaVi '- ,
the basin ut.
sad. therefore directed i roposWoM to temadato moorings to might dispensed with. 1aS1I'fIr' 'l
the.contractor to dispense with that part of UM hare.J. elr'testf'.pp1; ; ;! and thereto the board stated, that'ita instruc- was. 'oxJj4aken! iato.fthe, dockrj i' -the dock >should" ultimately:l>e rived : o8e smewhe:.which should ,

*....far s fair consideration| and, .*fter..'" .- I of, a contract jiad; been i tiona left it TO discretion: on this'point and thatiti contractors declined .totake'thedock' byr the Navy Depaftment: ud b r ad I trust,the .
otherwise Desire tba| the dock should be Jisalsd etde. '
'
Ur. Kennedy) "
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tto < ;
= Secretary : fulfilled the :This c inio'the'basin'wiflf the onboard freely vote ior-',a liberal.appropriatienTto will hare: : '
: tcr tbd ptoisio. of die eo.tr.d; by contractor.. into the basin.', .- ., hp' mst : ctaig&W.ilie 4 :
taatfatf..m*. nt of va,..nts.ndertfa* contract, commission: was composed.of.gentlemen IB reply to this= was:received jeisons:''.One; te-: ; 'float it without .the -, subject, .&o- .: :_ .
11.sb..J1ftIJMIII). iOII.was aowyted,and that from-1i&agerte = 1be floating foFt. d."dt. .W. gTafu ',.
> i& iii the b adriftand.; relieve )had ,: ;"t
: ; .
..... fy taw deducted.i.H eminently qualified[ for the duty dock into the baiin,with- ss3 rough-1 I. ;
( 'fixe assigned 'theln.)" "There.; :.Captain in the dock, for two reasons,.vii:.first, that there h C elwo; ild"tekV;' fadlnras'it from: tho: disjSgurement;of the the following resolll"aa;1-W-, ". .
,
inll i .reference I 1o- .
j ?I | pear, V o i is not ten'feet of wader in-the basin;and secondly, ,lhe basin and .dn J ; J
r o ltiractjpage' 27ilia ;the'' tjontractbfi.irere Tattnall, a gentleman'well known that,the-eontractors-haveiieTer; proposed to put there, waa not'bn in railwaysand; rr'it t} Bordad.ThattlM> =' of 0 : f J
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"1 toreceiv; ),4injcase.tt floatifiggite -, the':country as :'sir"lutQlligehit.irn; ; cr".? tb armament*.dock'is-the on lt basin",:beanog' 'shipxroi'aO,her. basing 'Surely'the> :; l i ntracfors.haaengag it tie'but d"e1 : 2 'cument'. .of of IliaOth the pna sot '-j '',.,'' ";,,,:J'I. I i +I
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wls!! (rw is) made to Bald basin," t getic and honorable officer of-- our The board, ia repply,: slated, Out If h.' agents' d fTnst l a basin of s" I to,this rprt.- informatMn compUanct with U z : r



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'1 Senate, 1 In relation'to the dock basin and r ilrsy I THE FLORIDAREPUBLICAN THE JiEBRAS&BILL.. marks of dpb of his'C_o t partment prosper of in industry the only the branch South to can 111:aaid. MALI'tNtw.pOT O"JACnONL

at Peoeacola be referred to the Committee & TT
onSfaval I II this from Grant county;.Ken ENTERED, S
last notice we made of measure, not the aecret dear sir
Affairs, with instruction to examine into Tet- any ,my ,
Te p June
$ jThey pi'Do .
I on
York.
the contract with Gilbert ft Secor,for the constrnotion : &the fire,'W.in meDti its, & came down the Licking escape river Tuesday In Ail' rest 'tSC meet inoon-; !a'eDp, :

of laid dock buin and ailway; and also, toMoartain : the' Cmit ie ''Ol'motion of Mr. the Onio below?this city,and yesterday took vention and-resolve,the the field,'the ,,.. l B Wil
Thomas
I' bow and in what manner aaid contract JACKSONVILLE: It.luuf i teen the Hoe age o the Underground railroad(br.Canada,'p the 'i perform? : .Stl. .
;
baa been performed what security hu been given JA Cuting. Sictel. slaves from fi.or cntm 84, O Waitstul,Morse,
the the Senate bill) : Bne"entl"K "
fcc reimbursing the United States the amount of b( same Ni&'faitT the suburbs :. te light nw,bfo m I am inc 26, O AUsntleNorgraTe.f
i
$919.457 which haa been paid to the aaid Gilbert& Thursday, June 29,1854'. passed both House of Congress; and that the we party consists of four men, two WOe and t think hat the secret of the difference. I ifanyone .
I a Secor by the Nary Department. in cue the Mid end was attained by one of the adroit move of Mr. three and present a deplorable tuecttti*J&tSovtk t R..ld CD .
edr.
dock.basin and ahould' not be l/Mo tw I O sch ,
railwev accepted by One of They B
which.that gentleman receives ;over sixty years age.- O
i the Government what further steps are necessary Tin A.ac.MKDICAL}o1Jrt title ofa Stephens. of Gri f than-hi did for his will .be brought m to-day before the United Stt Mint di 1 11 entryyOuvim4; .Ail4 lu '.: v brig Duffell;Fet
I to protect the interest of the United States. recently etblhed York' T much ci king Commissioner,-Etcbamg*ptpcr.. kea 11't earia cay O/MPW d.partmeats;or, O p, ach Relief; _._ ,
..aoiThatUsaidcommitteeintheinYestiV.tiDn off the Compromise Bill in 1849, or 50., One lead tAoS S.J -
three first numbers are before us,and they promisewell These are such'incidents'as we haT said we tlHineianettoffaUvrt fetm bttnprcportionaUy ," ; ,-'- --
should deem it necessary they be authorized of the chief provisions in the bill which now a 2 At
for the future success of the P i feared would result the successful of ff renter tka attln Narl .
to send for persona and papers.The entri is that inserted in an' amendment by Mr. upon passage brig Waccamaw.Ober,B
reaolntioni! were adopted. fessor J. M. Carnochanv; an eminet surgeon law the Nebrsk bill. Even the Democrats of the If we a t believe our politicians, the South de
bill shall not understood
New York (who recently distinguished hiscr by Badger that the b a reviving North'and for: 'especial credit sr to be independent of the North. How can CB ?
-s .Wet whoi i June 21, Sergeant Bsitoa.1 rI'
law ,
Am removing the cnt'.ro: lower jaw from it Impr any previously prhibitg'or tbliab. claimed by organs of the independence be effected so long ss we continueto e Wi Bin
A 88.,
CUA' Tn..ILLIDUSTERS. within the territory to which it refers. St thardinst
connected ing slavery look the North for PaY .e"
maxillary: articulations,) is the,only reliable supporters of the sm t aOt every artiste of comfort -

The Memphis ITliff gives the following" information Journal and has already added much t it value This destroys a possibility of the South carrying bent on manifesting, renewed hostility to slavery ,. of.* luxury, and indeed necessity,thatie., 'Dissolution. : : TmUE A
which if true: into tho under, the old French (
important the of his brilliant and slaves territory, skill in its manipulationAs, well
As this subject u engrossing a large share of iterest by rpr and the laws for its protection. .1 qui t 0
I public attention, and a degree of myutery is at- Successful feats in surgery. I well merits the usage existing in Louisiana. I this move, the independence of its mother'of the child vet : ". the partnership undersigned,leIzr 1

ached to it which tends to excite curiosity we patronage of tho medical profession.' bill w made more acceptable t the North and PARTY MOVEMENTS FLORIDA.We cannot way the use of knife! and fork i; Oofh' '. ., has this day been t a :

hara been endeavoring for acme time past to gather S.. the hope of practical benefit to the South was lost dependence of the fledgling with wing.: sent. J. II. U Bocas dn to!at e.
at
I such information as might be interesting and other to FLORIDA METHODIST CONFERENCE.It The other important action upon it wan, that of observe that Democratic:party of this South to be independent must have unte its 0't agricultural met of all outstanding ba.w & t a
From our exchanges
I I our aourOML readers.we learn that the available funds at the is stated in the C/irutian Adcocaft, published the repeal of a clause prohibiting other than naturalized State, or at least a large number of the party dines schools, its own work shp its ow meb (All is persons indebted t the Dae late of the firm f, p

I command of the friends of Cuban liberty: amount in Charleston, that the place.of holding the next citizens from voting! in the territorial elec tons of that sect, are making arrangements for holding ics, its own artisans, of a 1 cmad a' quested to make inmtdiaU p.yuient-.th.i re.

I to a little short of one million of dollars while of Florida bus been tions. This, too, is favorable to the North, inasmuch political convention for the nomination of tention,'and have'weight in the political scale.. their accounts will b left in hands for col
vessels have been annual conference
U eight steamer* and four sailing cb'g. it is a bid for an immense foreign Representative to Congress. The move for a convention Where' is made bring about ktn 'JVH.: OUR:
for sailing attempt
I placed at their disposaland can be ready : from Jacksonville to Madison Court a emig- t th FRANCIS
I at twenty-four hours notice. They are also Capers is preside. Time holding, January tion into the territory, the stream of : i originated in .Alachua county,and has been state oft.r I think you will, agree with me, it Jacksonville, June 19, [(22,1] 1854. WAn
1 posf essors of between eighty and ninety thuusind op t ready to the northwest,and which will soon fill the followed by Putnam, Leon, Gidsdcn, and a few ought t be encouraged. Believing this to b -_ -

I stand of arms muskets and rifles inclusive; they Sd, 1855 land with those who have an inherent aversion t other counties that we have each named. The I have taken the liberty yrsentment Fork.Corn, fee. -
I also have if we are rightly informed about ninety We were rather gratified at the original announcement t ,
field pieces, including cannon, howitzers' and mortars of the appointment of the next meeting sip very. central organ of the party prefers ,the present Representative you prices of artice manultur at an JUST received Mess at the old stand- '
and are pretty well supplied with amrnuuit.cnA vibe provision which may be wise, and which Mr. Maxwell; while in the same numb establishment in now interested, and 5) Pok <*
whih a barrels
I and '
this that
,
of the conference place, regret ,a.change&as .
J !.st.ti.>vvka. ( lt
is
1 t UUA ,VsC are \glad has successfully passed Congress, of the Fin in which such preference express have been since Januar 1353. 500 bushels Corn;
entire command of this expedition will be .been made. Perhaps, the change isjj '
: rested The in a gentleman of known ability and skill under the impression that the fire has lefW is;* hat repealing the Missouri Compromise or obliterating o/tAe Peoplf,"writes in opposition to What t desire that you will take the trouble to 100 barrels Flour, .

I... and whose name has already become a household order community in a condition unprepared to accommodate a line which conveys with i an idea of Convention, because beleving; in the inform me how the prices in the list compare with 100 10 bales sacks Eastern Flour, Hay -

d word with the citizens ?f the United States, inconsequence our demarcation between the North,and the South ot existence general satisfaction: with Mr. Maxwell, prices similar work sold in the Savannah market 3 New Butter. -
members of the conference and
the no Arks
successful
and maIIC11U'frel -
of his brilliant ,
while in command of a division of the the alarming reports of disease have had this Union. When looking to its permanence and the writer himself favoring his renominatkm.'One I know that this II rather out of your line but there June 18 g. N. WILLIAMS.,

:1 American army, during the late war between the doubt e1flt. But the latter reason should have no prosperity, our best precept is to "know no north, of the People"appears t b little more favorable arc doubtless those who will b willing t assist .

4 United States and Mexico. no south." This provision of the bill is to Convention nominations than are manyin you in obtaining the desired Notice.
f The second in command wIll, in all probibuity.be weigh in the question, 8 there will in aU human f"undc ranks and in this inforton C. BROWN would' respectfully inform
upon the hypothesis, that the Compromise men. the Whig ; case an argument [This establishment is for the manufacture of J tiw
I with southern jirinciples disease here next winter .
a northern man probability no except citzens of Jacksonville and the
b of 1810 made in effect 4he same provision for used against them is that Mr. Brockenbrongh, window blinds, sashes, panel doors, We shall Mmmndiar
commander of
also a brigade in
and who was a suchas, Li Irottyit fort to le rid and we sure dc that be ha located his Store on Bar
p the same war, and who has since held the office of all'feel recovered' from Vtw"the i the the territories then organized; and that this organization after the first Stat election, was thrown aside for a endeavor to forward the information sought. in a few cnt. Dr. Baldwin's Ofc.and near .te

Governor and who if we mistake not still retainsa shl fir being a complement the other, should "Compromis, candidate, when, it i claie Mr. 'days.-Ens. GEOUGIAX*] opt, where he ofr: fl at wholesale
by the beginning of the next new and that t a
civil
position.Gen. year retail and
a large stock
prominent of
B. the the We Dry .
reiterate even more explicitly the repeal of the was unquestionably popular are now manufacturing the rate between weU-lle
h-s been associated
Gonzales whose name will be bright and bnsiness buoyant There Boots and Shoes, Provisioa Hardware
time Gre
4 with this movement from the first, will without will also be some or room for the accommodation Missouri lino. result of that move, the writer thinks Mr. Cabl six and seven thousand dollars, worth of work and Cutlery; large lot of Crockeryware.

doubt be third in command.CoL hal ready The remaining provisions of the late bill are was elected aid held hid seat nntill d's 1 by monthly; are gradually driving out the Northern For sale at extremely low prices,"r cash ia
the assembly, which will be freely tendered -
Wheat CoL P.ckett Cot Bell, Mj. J. A. I those of ordinary application to territorial govern Mr. Maxwell. Mr. Cabcll's intrinsic power >re work from Mobile, New Orleans, and Texas; and hand by /. c. BROWH. :
Keller, Major Moore Capt. W. S. Edwards Capt. and our method's: friends will have the additional June 2 1853.
King Capt J. W. Demet and Lieut. Frank Ouil- of two printing offices to give ment being the mere details of operation. the people and his personal popularity, are wholly now wish to advance upon the North by- etablh

xnette all of whom were intimately connected with anntg When this: Nebraska bill was frt presented in overlooked By the Fioriduin't correspondent; and ing agencies in the Atlantic cities. Lime &c.

I the previous expedition themselves, are,in we are credibly for the informed publicity t proeding the spot Congress at the present session, we felt but little we think in that might: hive been found the argument Our work is of the best character, equal to any ,-v CARRELS Thomaston, Lime,

forthcoming exerting struggle, and will be preparation"at the death." IMPORTANT IF CORRECT.-DECISION ON thanks to Senator Douglas, thinking the introduction of his success a well as in
The number f men that have enrolled their. TIE FLORIDA INTEREST CLAIMS. of the slavery question: agtin into the political pat of the opposition Convention.Our we think, better adapted to a Southern clime than 12 bags Ro Cfe. .,.,. '

names and pledged their honor to support th s arena superfluous, and useless, if not neighbor the.Mwn City, in a late number that which is brought from'the North, our work. 4 ,
We clip the following from the Washington dangrous 2 hogshead: MoIassM
be much less than thousand and among ,
cannot ,
cause fifty of that dissent from the make and
expressed proposal being juniper, yellow pine
We are not fully certain that the it cypress. 1 Porto
of late evi whcb pap Rico Sugar
they are men who are well skilled in the u=e of firearms scraps our exchanges: hOgbe -
flow from its not coun 8 uncalled for, inexpedient An early reply will much oblige. 15 Tobacco
and who are determined to avenge the caw- The General has decided against the by pssibity. passage may fnutu -
ardly massacre of Crttenden; Kerr and others, in claim for Attorney interest on Florida depredation cases priorto I satisfaction which! ws of the South Ac., since which we have seen no reference to Very truly yours, 0.)L AVERT. 10 barrels ke '''

Havana on the Sd August 1851: e'phteen'! hundred and nineteen, amounting to derive from the that a line of prohibition the subject in that print-the paper having undergone :r o i. l HIITOX, Esq. l barrels barrels Rum, -
This expedition will.in all probability leave the cguranc ...
dollars. Hon.
nine hundred thousand The HenryA. in its In the
chores of the United States about the middle of Wise to the emigration of our people with their peculiar some chang manngment. ForuYe! cheap lr j3. ,by J. C.BBOWJf.

next month and will land in the Vuelto Abajo The was cgent in relation to the above claims, was property, has been removed. Not that we number of t' inst. we fd.the folowin:'notice Qtl.-Wi! Ex-Gov.- BloW to run : June 22 1854. '

country and thence proceed to Havana (There question of the South stand in any dread of Northern bom- ; : Whig cndd.te; for Congress a the ensuing
will be,perhaps, ten thousand men thrown into the three years since brought before Judge Bronson,of but the deep-rooted antipathies of the "A meeting of the Demotic party of St.John's election Ax E.sUR"WHIO. For Ret
island the first effort and immediately followed by the United States Court, at St acting bastics; county, in i its primitive; sovereign is her DWELLING street Inquire -
reinforcements, until thirty or forty thousand soldiers as Commissioner in the cases. .ugstine.then argued North to slavery m1Y attempt to recompense the by invited to aSlmbleat the )( caJcity. in '.. A: of Ious. F. a BARRETT.

are there, and with that force there cannot be and in which the principle of cai all the ethers triumph its people think: the South his achieTed by this; city, at 7 o'clock, on Friday evening, the 30th In the New Ycrk Lunatic Asylum last year June 22.18M
much doubt to which will be the successfulone.
as party flagrant demonstrations; against inst t icru were fourteen admissions from the effects ifa
more fllgitve
was involved, was that of Antonio Jlicr-the coun
desired of
A general attendance is as :
slave law and Southsrn equality in the Union until questions lirtul rl.ping. Notice.
S. for claimants being Col. Sherman, of Washington vital importance to the party will b presented for
FLORIDA. se,Judge Thomas Dough, t this Sk.tp,fur S. L.Bunlit ,in turn,v>"heap revenge,like Ossa upon Pelon.IWd the consideration of the meeting.MANY 2EX2BB SS SC3 S33BB SESE3S3S3S3tSKXO SS33i& rp HE undersigned will be absent at the North
crumble beneath the OBITUARY.
of the Union OLD-SCHOOL DEMOCRATS.St
and others. Messrs. G. W. and D. L.Yulee the supports JL from the present tie until about the lit ofOctober
The inhabitant of Middle Florida are miking C.LI weight With this apprehension, we hailed with no Augustine, 22d June, ;! Disc, at Madison: Court House, Florida., on the when re-open a stock
counsel for thj United States. Jud nex ty
were o
Bad complaints of the universal scarcity of pro of the Nebraska bill.:! In : Goods In the time
pleasure the introduction ,Among the questions of importance" t come 15th June,Mrs. MART C. GAHTIR,wife of Mr. mr
visions. The Wakulla (Newport) Time boaststhat Bronson decided in favor. of the and Y business will in the hands of Ronjrtv DOUAJT.
I the accounts from the growing crops in the appeal was made to the Supreme Court camont'of the Unit the course of it discussion, we heard a great deal before this meeting, may be perhaps that of appointing
interior of the State are cheering; but what is to States. This Court decided that no appeal from it opponents about violations of plighted! delegates to the called State Convention, met death with Christian regaion; tle'hourof June 22d,18 2m DWSE

be done for food before they arrive at maturity faith to the North," by tha repeal of the Missouri ciaugre the dissent of our cotemporary; it i apparent death, she called her thr litle chidn to her, .
:
Commissioner
That journal states that meat, breadstuff's, Ac. ordered could be taken from a sitting a
With this idea, we did not concur, on this occasion, it was on another not long and bid them an earthly and departed Notice.WILL .
been ; inconsequence Compromise.
r from New Orleans had not received, such, and not sitting in the ordinary of : & blei f.reweU .
I of an insufficiency of vessels to suppll capait satire Compronrsa was nothing more than previous, there arc of the party in St. Au- ere she reached the merdian lfe but we
Court Miout membr
and that the higher no
be mid the
; at residence CoL Z. D.
ri the universal demand. A vessel lately arrived Curt hve re "who will she has to the mansion of Father.In .
an act of Congress- only as a"Compro gustine assuming a sovereign capacity, trust; gone our in Nassau
{ cf the case. The Executive then d 5igat ", eountr, just opposite
I load of there
4 4 wiLl applicants a that,provisions had the entire, but cargo: were been so divided many the question to the Attorney General, and rcr decision mise," in the parlance day; and certainly, disregard the advice of their 4 organ," and operate all her family. relations she was kind, affectionate Traders' Hill, on Friday,the 14th day of July next

:s among them it would scarcely have furnibhed ,it appears, is .as above h even if establishing a principle subject t be mod: on their own hook. But the notice i ominous,and and devoted. the following Government property, to w One
and harness
f I each with a sufficient supply for one day. Many state fied, when a means of effecting a g.iod a principle,, we shall see what i is to reveal. old buggy and a lam lot. of ol TO
,, -*- ship one old Spy Glass. sale
obliged wagons JU from return a long dibtancc in what the is country worse,were with TEE REPORTS SICKNESS AGAIN. by more just processes, was dlcov
,p the prospect of finding emptY.lWd an empty corn-crib and South felt that she bad committed a fatal mistake,,, the primitive sovereigns"of this precinct was held Jacksonville, East Florida, on the 22d instant June 8th 1851. 22-d-. U.a Timber Agent.

w Smoke-house when they got borne. We"have been inf"red a gentleman engagedin by concession to the Missouri Compromise,and that t at the Court House in this place on Friday evening by John W.Price, E. Mr. "us'KElY -

What a confession from a State whose soil is of commercial transitions between our port and thereby a detraction from her dignity: and self-re. 1:1 in response to a written call previfuly posted, Miss ELIZABETH J. : of D. coiuty. For Sale.
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almost unequalled fertility, and capable of feeding the North, that the accounts of the sickne s at this spect hid since been experienced,duty t herself required object of which was to appoint del-gates: to the va
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the world with its superabundance!-QMS. .4frrT -
I. place, probably reported at the time when thee ; her to avail of any opportunity to redress the Convention. We understand that tpose present PIANO FOR SALE. O NE-THIRD of the Burlington steam saw-miff,
situated at the of Doctor's tab
We are quite sure that a latitude has been given wai a considerable amount of disease prevalenthere wrong she had committed upon herself; and magnanimity adjourned over to next Saturday.The A good PIANO is offered< for sale upon advan-., and St John's river, twelve junction miles above Jacksonville

to the remarks of the Newport paper on ths: subject ,ore about this: time obtaining currency among should have induced the North to submit, Convention referred to is ,prp to b tjgeous terras, by A A OCHUS. The mill baa recently b put in fine ran

: which the editor; never designed and which the newspapers northward,and obstacles are there with good grace,to I success,which the Siuth has held at Madison, on the 2d Monday June 2: 1854-tf[ ning cndthn. and the i in every way
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S the facts,do not warrant. Florida, at this time, is by occasioned in the obtaining charters for vesselsin won in such an attempt. I was, after all, an abstraction What is the Whig party of Florid\\doing on the ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE dellrble.neighborhood Tbe of two is belonging hundred acres to the of mill i, (the

in no worse condition relative to provision than i this drecion At the time we lIt:1t that no -no slavery aggression being expected by subject of politic? I cannot b wlJiout interest ""WTOTICE: is hereby given, that the subscriberl old feld)which answers well for a pasture for a

her neighbors. Owing to the drought last year stranger visiting this: place had contracted sf the South in the direction of the Norwest; and on this topic, and we fee sure it i? not. There bus been duly appointed Administrator of the ; fi1e dollars per acre b h. frequently offered

the corn cropfras, measurably a failure, as is well while here, we should have added, that t our often, when yielded to, pleasure may be no precipitate anxiety ( If gin party organization estate deceased.of John All L Blodgett having, late of Monroe county against, for houses it. Te a blacksmith comfortable

i known not only in Florida,but in nearly or qu'tetil knowledge no crew or part of a crew of a vessel to those who obtain their recognition,without injuring or action, but there can ('b no reason said estate, are persons hereby requested demd present thesame dwelling tools,&c F.lr ,further quarters particulars, and s

the Southern States,and, consequently large touch'cg: here during the prevalence of the sick- the parties who concede them. why they will not b fund united in support of duly substantiated, to the lubber, wih ply &the undersigned on the premises.B. a

importations of that article hive to be made from cess, has.Buff-Ted from contagion; and there were There are some party recurrence, however, in candidates of their own selection, cfiosen by Whig in the time presented, by law, or WILSON.

New Orleans. Bat in no instance baa the supply the usual number visiting: here at the time. Since connection with this subject. which are a little amu- sentiment and Whig votes. We,too., must prepare plead in b; called persons on to make indebted t said to e Burlington Mill,March SO,1354.. as
tate payment
I been unequal to the demand. It is true, at one lour lat account of the health o Jacksonville, the sing, and very instructive, particularly! in showing for action for the ensuing fill. We bfe no candidate a hereby GEORGE D. ALLS, Admn lit raZor.
absence cf cases of disease has continued, and at how is the authorship of whom has at yet centered Monroe Co. } St"WiJOTICE A DMINISTRATION NOTICE.-By virtue of
,
public Key
time and one only since the season set in, the precarious mo- on expression j; Wet Fl 'eb 2 Is Jm. an ordor of the Hon.Felix Livingston,Jodje

l vessels running to St. Marks from New Orleans I present we venture to say,there i MRe.ie town.tJuin sures"with those who initiate them. The Washington but we need not be long, or find it flfficuH: ;in concentrating is hereby given to all creditors, heirs of Probate for Dnval county,on the 22d day of

were finable to find room for all the freight: ordered tilt on&e who Atlantic seaboard Union has been, perhaps, the best trumpet that expression. Pcrhapr ws can ascertain 1/31 and ad all others interested in the Jalynewil1beoffredforaalebeforetbeCoarthouse

and'it was to| th's: solitary failure that the -S. blower of the Democratic wing of the Nebraska the sentiment of the party withf I State Con estate of lej.tsL lt of Putnam door in the town Jacksonville! ,the Jlow-

V Tans had reference in the paragraph to which such THE FORGED BONDS OF THE TERRITORY army. The I Squatter Soveigt" which it i is vention; and on this paint we ho'e to receive the decease lthaton, the higin of six cunt ing personal aid all the real estate,belonging to the
estate of the late John A.Jones deceased for the
OF FLORIDA.In
Court of Probate
I will to the
the date hereof, apply -
wide circulation baa been given. But there is claimed the bill re niz a bn trumpeted as communications of fellow Whigs I this and adjoining for the of Putnam for a final payment of the debt cf sid estate,viz

another feature. virtue of an act of the legislature of the territory the first principle of the revolution and of Republicanism counties. The party his. former occasions settlement. of county my accounts ard sd etu and a One negro woman, about aixty years of age
.
( The of of Florida March -"the right of the to them- matured its by of primary discharge administrator S.XofSs.2.i.T.l.R,25;
in gJTern
hun people thejoice
quantity provisions reaching our Gull r passed 1839 one preference tbef N. %of See. SS, T. 1,B. 25, 610 acre;
ports by every arrival is not to be taken as a crltc-. dred bonds of 1.0 each were to hive been isue elves"-say the foster fathers of the Nebraskabill meetings; and if we arc to dispense with a Stt Palatka WILLIAM.8th, JinNO N.KWofScc.24T1R.2.i, S.&E.,1OaeieaS.E.ofN.E.XofSec.iOT.224,8.LE.

zion by which to judge of the demand in Florid by the Governor of the territory, bearing signature and its prototype of 1850. Convention, is it not time for n tojneet in our primary -. February 18 Im ..

alone. The whole of South-Western Georgia,,p and that of the Secretary, to raise money for The changes hive been repeated ad itjinitum capacity to express our choice at least for a to jail on the 23d instant, a negro 40S. &

I where the provision crop was equally short obU'u I territorial war purposes. They were issued accord- in the Union,upon this! discovery; and even farther candidate of the Whig party i Congress? BROUGHT sara his name is April,and that he E.?of Y. U ofSec. 12 T. 2 R.25 40 acres

their supplies through St. Marks and Apalachcola: indly, and five additional; ones were issued, that South, in quarters where the Compromise mea We believe the Whig party of the State to Said belongs boy to is of John Deneny, of Hamilton about Cunt.- S. W.X of S.W..%of See 7,T. 2,R. 26,S.*K,

and the probability is, that at least half the impor.. number having been stolen by an assistant Quartermaster sures" were the "abomination of desolation," seas vitality and numerical strength sufficient p ches high: and bla years cmpleon.. :ft. I S) 8.lOO.aes.

tations of this character are fur the benefit of ow r of tho territorial service, called Clone these latent virtues have now been revived in them.It sure it a if not a victorious race in the i.I The owner i 2 rue to come forward,prove W. H of S.W.3 X of Sec.7T.2, B. 28,S.180 A am E,*

r aister State. Robert Armstrong, after being signed by terri was hard to get even an.acquiescence" in them nlpb1e property, pay & take him away.
.. In our ow county wet JAMES TINZAXT JizUor. N. W.3ofN.E. V of Se* S3,T.1,B. 25,8.A K,
Whatever Impressions may hive been created I tri and Treasurer, but before the Governor i immediately after their passage. Hon. Buchanan we 89 88-100 acres.
Seet .ae can safely say Whigs we were nevermore Jacksonville,June 29,1854.
..' by the statement quoted above by the Mercury par.. h signed them. The fact. of the theft b recommended< that they only stand by united. Would not a a meeting of the of S. W.}of S.W.J orsee.22 T.l. R.85,a*K,

eons at a distance may rest assured that there itno I came known to th Treasury Department here in InfI'ornc; the Pierce Convention only 'oucsafed"acquiescenc. the County to be held at. the Court JoU Wig BROUGHT to jail on the 23d instant negro N..W.ON.W.h' amdS.W.of 11* 25-lOOscrel.NW.V.
th. and who he
danger ofsuferingin Florida for the want of th< 1842,and a watch was kept for them for some years; but by no means approval of place on or about the second Thursday July net Deneny m, of Hamilton, County.says bong a John And &W.ofN..L3andN.W3.ofS.E'J(

.necessaries of life. The scarcity is chiefly: confinec I but they were not presented at the Treasury for redemption them \'hich if we mistake not the Washington be advisable, especially t express what may be compleiun. 5 fet 6 or 7 inches high,and.33 yean .;. iT, or 1, R. 25 1II 8 9$400cres.

to corn and is but temporary and partial,and wi. -.-Congress having ordered the redemption Union, et while since, averred; but now our views to the candidate of the party for Congress ofage. Also, Lots No. 1, 2, S, and 4, IDSec.2T.IS..
R. about All tb
26 180, of
containing
acres. *
,, f dare aay at the worst is not so great as in the othci r of the $10<\000, which had been raised for military !- their vital principle becomes the touchstone and ? What do our friends say f The owner is requested and to take come him frr prove aforesaid tracts of land situate ia Dun County

: States. The inconvenience however slight or ex. purpose That is, they were not presenteduntil "test of Democracy"-they become a platform only ,.3 property,.pay charges JAMES, VINZANT,JiThr./ Terms made known roth of sale. '

i. iiteuiTe will soon be relieved by the incoming bar," the theft bad been forgotton h Last year, broad wugh for the Democracy to stand upon; Jacksonville,June 29,1354. '. ANN JONES'

l. ".. Test which bids fair to be'most beautiful one.-Tai. however one of them turned up, having been forwarded and, as the Savannah Georgian suggests, the Nebraska ; FOREIN.Papn 'Administratrix.J.P.SANDERSON. .

i f _i___ ?a4uH Jour.I. here by a New Orleans banking house "plank" OUlb t be added. by the steamer DMM. arve on the21t BROUGHT to of jail Sharper on the 23d.tb instant, a negro John March 80,1834. ju22d Attorney.

l r with whom it had been left for collection. It was If i b said tha Flord was the original! Liverpool t 10t give the Deneny of Hamilton county a prpryof black-

DUll or DAllas CoIIJUSSlor.-The ommissioners -I duly paid principal and interest, amounting to nizer of the right of territorial legislation, wll rcg i I following in relation to the condition easternwar complexion, 5 feet, 6'or 7 inches high, and about DURING my absence from the State MeQm

o appointed by the last Legislature, to settle than ) subsequently two have be forgotten that certain delegates the Cass Convention at tho point at which the main land operationshave 4Ojrears a A .Esq.will attend to the settlement
'the claims of the creditors of more $5,0; more t
The Bank of Darien of of late been confined-the city of Siliatria. At Th ower mpaestcd to come forward,prove of all my fClIMttW:professional business and fuDy,
upon the State of Georgia, adjourned on Wednesday been sent on for the money. The Third Auditor 184 -or particularly one Mr R. J. Moses I pay charges and take him away.' authorized by me for this purpose..
last after several d..nlKllion. to meet again had reason to believe that they the missing -caihe home and rpudiat the n miation'; the time of the despatch of this intelligence 70,00 proper. JAMES VL ZAT.Jailor. JAMES A. PEDZT.

on the Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October bonds;and having duly investigated.the affair b)' and that shortly arars the Statt'of men'of uiAnglYrenchaflies were daily expectedin Jacksonville,June. 29, 1834 .T Jacksonville Fla.;May 81st 1854. Jnl5-4t .
next The questions of law and equty: involved aid of the and was doubtful whether
I 'in these claims are important and and correspondence with the present Governor of Florida distinctly and emphatically repudiated it also, on bi i to jail on the 26th a
the Utter hold out until their BROUGHT iDtt negro Jacksonville& Plank Bead
.. elaborately argued, both by the counsel for ,has positively ascertained that they are portion account of the doctrine in rCere1 to sonreigy wuld b t u his name is torn, he,' Alligator '

a the claimants and for the St The autbrie of the bonds stolen as above described.; Means in the territories, which tught rival: longs to Goy Odom, of Columbia county-i-of Company.. .
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: adduced on either side Immense anxiety prevaUettwith regard to Silistrin black and aged about 20 t
numerus have therefore been, taken to recover the amount These reminiscences have nothing to do with the on ye General meeting of Stockholders ,wiH beheld
Board of Commissioners felt constrained to take bold the Talks. The Russians had _The owner, is requested to come A
the 8th
of thr now by prove at Jacksonville on day of.JatrDen
t time properly to deliberate upon th and exam-" already paid from the Treasury on account of them, met Nebro1 bill- it is well that the the continued property, pay charges, and take him.ora' for the of electing:Board of Director a
men on spot/and they assault purpose
.Ine &m 1he decision in control and 1 arrest those who have been knowingly egg merit of asaasuruare not ellwith the meritsof 70,0, t JAMES VL ZT, StOor. to serve for twelve months. By order of the Board.
1 claims to brought before tbe com but the fortifications day and night ,They had Jacksonville,June 29. ,
every e' b in perpetrating the fraud.Washington partiet- they keep one in countenance, when 8M GEO.W..CALL Secretary.
; m In. that dei.ion, an appeal lies to tile one sees in the sigs of the times that the gentlemen mae a practicable brh in the walls, buts rise in julStdJacksonrille- -
Court of Baldwin
and
Superior thence to
Court- countJ.( ) OaiutitutionJla&a I.. who have along to their platform of the Daub prevented the from taking advantage Savannah Medical,College,,

't SUPe 1s. I't KIT WEST.The Key West correspondent of compromise of 1850, are now going to crown their of it Advices to':'the 25th May repn'tt the SESSION ISSi-'sT. & Alligator Plank Road

S.' the Wakulla Times writes to that under date devotion, by adding on the Nebraska fortress might bold out, fifteen The I ''Company. '
_
paper c'plan" day JODg. R.1 D ARSOLD,,M. DJ., and Practice ImBETrcuureroftbe
( : i the name of a new Barge recently but of June 6,a*follows: .e. I Turkish commander threatens t for of Mecine : Pt Thor Company now preparsi.L
; the Spring and Palatka tress rather than surrender_ it the Onthealghtoftbe M. D. to receive the second and third instalmeats* .
&Pa Siye Iwo on the 22d nit. relative the sickness Burns, the fugitive,who : enemy. P.f. KoL Pf orObtteJ
!, iaof other barges you t Deg wu"frst reported 87th the Russians'made M. D. on the stock of the Company each of SO per ceat.
,
Bul .
'on the Owa and capt..d Messrs. Ilowse. prevailing at this place,which baa been much to have 1 AJexndri boa bn, it appears, at- C. W ; D. Pf # TaEO.W.CALL Secretary, a "
.Pf Meic Chet.
She has made he frt trip; and exaggerated., .Since that date we have b five cnduct t ., Detpatcn, of that I tempts to carry the,works by storm, but were repulsed U. L..Brat* 1 1 Pt M Mec jalStf _

ae at the Spring on Thursday Sun deaths of fever; all of whom' were persons unoc- cit says, on tho 15th"AnthoiBurns, the'fugi-I withfeullO'leaving 1,600 dead beneaththe Therapeutics. -; : S

It must be acknowledged that is bo sent further .rpa' Tk also made a sortie, -R U. MASTO; U.D, P of ln ite.of Medlcine. .. '
4 p.. cat the'd. tTe sl8t t ,South,t find a Dew Cu ." ,; Tailoring.HOMAS i .
F 'Tun CoAt LAVD. There wag a suit d ease Wlt remained in the'locality to a new master." ing rd bvo the Russians,kng J. G. HowAfto, )L D., Prot of Anatomy.J. .' : ,

.& few days ago,. the (Kanawha)) de had been most fatal at my last writing, I one of 'Deputy Marshal Riley and the aids wounding 4u000.TJicy .B. RBAD, ,M. D.. Prof of Anatomy ANDREW;well known to batrperfJL -
Car Cir who accompanied Patulg. and
'euit Court before Summt for the of the above deaths occurred at the Barracks and one likewise! defeated Russians : and Demonstrator of .' cooed in Cutting Making,informs the lid-
ndg him from Boston t'e
eoal that been. of with the fugitive were entertained .f'S1ta J. J. Wss; M. D. Assistant Demoosteator of lena of Jacksonville and thiJriw that he baa
,
facturing b and u. decided purpose ito be manu worth at the Fort There .baa also been two cases a Fort last evening by our citizens a dinner kflKng 1. a capturing a numb of gnLr Anatomy. .- .. at theju Jefferson the past at the wit r r-i _'*,_- this In- Store, where he is r..w to receive all order' .
one cent ir te mine which brought TDruga'For thre'01 fur American.Hotel. I;,. HE REGULAR CbursTof Lamms i j
the land to the e hundrtd Sadtixtyfiyto at all the that are trusted to Mm;; H*wamatt all suitS
up net.a day, there new, cases of a serious '.. from t&ia, 'Gwrgian.. .' ititutron, will commence O Monday
garment to be fitted and mada to aansataatyiaas
doUart per acre. The true value of our nature have ,and terminate in the following Han or
t coal lands i just apredate&UVap4ier. ; some few'chdn' b alight TH NRAKA'DIL IN INDIANA-. .FUGI. .' :SOUTHERNlNDUSTRY.The Preliminary lectures will be dliyered-tm YOD at any other place in the United State
&b, bilious H ,
b&r. at have 1ril1 MM.Mtheshortet
u yielded raUWe /: day,' the j 16th day of October, until the comen ) t Cutting,repairing.tmcI iJlr *" .
.
1" ,,' : '" have butone' c on.band for which rie 'CnrcnheAtij! ,June and. enthusiastic following letter, the reader,win readily"tee, ment-oUhe-Rl Cu for no add"Jacksonville OctobeTI8tlI:1833.J$25Bead.otice7 : Jy,
,
isA'la
4 ..Run"op Doa Cna. w K. fears are eatertained., We have had within meeting was. held at Maison. ,' yesterday, I)rrit aa a'pint communication,,to,one of tona the Medical and Surgical Wards have of the e*. ._ .

1 r- : tw 1m past few days some heavy showers, attended with composed ,of Deot Relutins.r the et of this paper, yet It not only informs cl This extensive is under '
? "WoodJord who were concerned'in challenging thunder and l lightning,which has cooled the atmos repudiating I Tnnah HOpt chart ,.
passed Dmcio pltorm mau ns te establishment:.of, Important the of tw ; 3
Pnrdy inLebnnonduringlut (aU appeared .uc & Fac.
: answer a prosecution of the against phere. 'Pnon't this thtlie4noieter. ranged fat'a Indinlpli-rntlr;the ground branch .manufacturing.industry lywhom.ci lectures are delivered.. ade away from the sabscrflxaroa bottw tie 1 Jthinsij
GEOZQS.
extension of
cJrnw.fti a
p .-; t.lmMshe p'escntseseion court from 8"tD 91 deg. during the day; and hot and oppressive whiskey and'elaT Dmo conrention-wasre in Floridv but expresses'some .yjewswhich'w.deem Int'praatieal, have apl the opportunity for Clinique, 11"Jr.nerw.He i I man about five feet eight inch*bit*,a

.Ttai gnU poafessed Jagmet Twithout go Jig into Dight no wind blowing. commended&be held at on the 12thof most consideration whichisopendailytoatienta. Ceg: ; bow-legpl. black complexion.wwrtaAny
trial,and were fined end Indpl 1ol.otte b
disfranchised leo
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S. : aaofiaeiridii"&ha
., ,
.bi
the the of hundred .aaallriDg
.ul. writeXwHI past session upwards two
s'4 t Cbcama 7e1A.-.5Lovf.rW4 Qrier,Jwu 10. number of the Ancient non.John Pcttit Stf Dug concerning him will be
City attempted: addres the foforoiatioB
.:.: j '. .Oal I'! J :-' ipi- .' te.l ce,'over'the lignaturf of con ppe' T ofLafayette tonTMonday, on! Nebraska 4on,5th:ti"rwh''ban akin, oUiC ifW oper t tioniperfonniedhi/ prescribed for the, and presence over thirty of the Student Surgical received and tbe ahov,reward wffl be paid to aajonawho

I Mt He,met with a' stormyroception-iuing: l the at will lodge him toii3aotnatl,cetainser
4&bWbilarJnkaprovis1onatotheMainsUqor Ramon Canon,to the following effect: [ o t de .. the Clnlque :'Material tot Anatomical investigations
U j, law was, .
Fet
"The '
1M b undersigned baring b OraagellittaroathaSt ka
M p pohdthe 1"'e; the vote taken on a aeries "- .. : riculatioB. IbuaDtlYllpie J o.M.BegjV at %
type and good will ., tlu&n.of Jff$win the eecretoftbe great difference PI] ; $10ft J of .
of.t t1 paper fered, the confusion and'excitement t :W tod all reasonably expenses paid fn case danvtrj.SLAagustiae
monstrator Graduation tao
r'' tf It Is as cheap gran I' on* cf be ,under hU andmmt' gt ; ;, 'lo fe i -1
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f 'tote* t r"-t o w J that the question could not. b decided., The between and,the South?>Why i formation, ,address,post-paid. ", '." .:
.p .. pIe of Y. Pett'l district 1 it that while ia'prospcrgus'ln! ,March U, r ** *5
k .***VVi- !"" -"*" "exbit anm.tbl. *the North"V-lji every* de-- Jeh B.LBrD\] 1. DU' .,.



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!1'flZ.tpidersi is onder the Mceaaity;.Cagai BISOkEi-r& BOWJUAtt 1ii"!''; .
'.', : :.1.thole indebted to htm to comefoqwardwrtUut NEW: G ;. -
ODS
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further delay and pay opAs it AX9 AUomeji 'at' Law aaC Ar..fi1II. '

: -' is his intention to make some changes in l baldj j TIlE Subscriber J1aa iast received, eed Js eon- TEA OtPOSrrORYi; :Ctalas "
MM th6 ensuing &1I. bell compelled to done hla receiving large supply of-- Removed to the NewStcre in Hclacs'- 'mJ '

present unsettled arrangementa that by time the will 1st be of July.placed All in the accounts :Dry Goodsand Orocerie;Eeady-- Buildiap,opposite Dr.Baldwin's '_ "" .. ? ,. ;.. T.U. T-:

hands of the proper officer fur:.. made. Clothi tsand Shoes," Office, Jacksonvine.W gb. pranpt ttentloD te .
Hie remnant of stock Bared from the fire is now Hats Bonbbons&c* HEM!-fa C'.ams for Bounty Land, ExtraPiy.:B et fwr '
kept hecl'alarzt
offered at coat for etsh.- constancy on Peea-ooa Ae,before Cosgrmmad& wmparfcnetu. ,
anginal "
THEODORE HAETBJDGE.: I.- Among the many articles may be foondPEIKTS, and well selected asaortmett tf, All Business estrated to Unit 11ft.

May Wth, :. ju5 .LAWNS;, JACKONETS' MUSLINS. 'GINGHAMS &nigs 3 ,Chemicals; 1nI1bupeelWyacl'tl' ... ',, .
Plain and Figured BKRAGES, SILK ELU..t1)
t Li ,TIJ5SCES, PlainSwisStripcd and Barred )ttJS.Iafl't Always received by the latest arrivals warranted Eoa.J Moflon.11.S.StDatar. .
...APOTHECARY HALT.
A CASD and 1e. -
Black SILKS Colored Dress SILKS Lining fresh Also ..,COMBS S-B-MiUory. -'i- .. a
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rufus will inform my friends end customers ;i iIL SILKS 'butted SWISS t 4 CwpTshawls, BRUSHES SOAPS LAiUTJ BCRfiEfQ* JLCmic. U A.E.MaiweliU nct- -

Out since the late fire in Jacksonville which :Embroidered Swiss Shawls,Plain and Emb'd L.C. &&, wh ch will be sold low for cash. Eo Co ':. .' .1U ''

'iib'mallT other stores also consumed the Apothecary :Hdkfa Emb'd Collars Chemiactts UDders1ee, Country orders solicited and punctually attended O.Tale,. San Francisco Cslifotlft.' ,.-> .. :',
Hull I. hare now established in Holmes' Laces, Hosiery, Gloves Bonnets, Ribbons &ci k to. ;Physuaani'prescriptIons put upwioj.care and T.H.Dnval,"Esq, Anstn. Texas '. 'J .'
d.esp&1lb.IT
Blocs three door from)Mean Bisbee&Canora'swhere :.Smalhrood Andenoajk Co.F.wT *a .
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I ajn receiving fresh and new supply of Ready-mads mcthh r. SODA WATER IN BOTTLES Brndia A Pet 1c.wa.Tor.a
Jlodn-ineii erfomery Combs, .
Soaps *
Drugs
,
articles Garden A large selection of Beady-made Clothing; of win be kept on hind during all tM summer,with J.G.DdJ.A.CmP8sa4UkyOh.
Brushes and Fancy Seeds Paints H a
make and Ice far that Holbrook &Nelionliw Tan.- '"
cut. refresh
:superior cooling j>g beverage,for those .
Oils .t I'ruaiws : Fluid, No 1 always on
: Burning prtSf .
___ Drap d'Ete Coats and Pants heavy Linen who mar call'UI'it at the aore. 4
hand and Glass Lamps; Choice Tens. Being t .
fur the Jfew,York Ptkin Tea Company, I shall keep I Coats Pants A<4 TOT fine Marseilles Tests col'd jgr-boda. ter will be kept also cof n&irosr. ', aruderalgned
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and Shirt, Collars Cravats .. : : ClrarlBr. :
white ,
I ; ;
their Teas in great variety, and au of their own IniI .: ,
portatkm aim warra tccL I shall be happy to see Gentlemen wishing good Clothing win do well _. TEAS. nru&, begs kava to fnftfmnts x.
"BUFFINGTON HOUSE my old friends and customers call and bud every to call. The public in general are solicited to call Agent for the New York PeWn Tea' '- Factors PunUn sad DMkn g..
JACKSONVILLE
THE Goods and which will be eoluTery Tea
thing fresh and new and at low prices .rcaab, and examine Prices of cUred import and of C4 TarietiesScm orally that he is still pcjriBf Ie hjgbvt mortal
for cash and cash at T.0.HOLMES'BLOCK .
AttendaucrTNight and Day,when prescriptions will low only a quarter to lib ill a package. aJ1 warrant. $and cash prices for,TJZZLeather ,
Continues open during the present summer, prepared to receive and accommodate be pat op with punctuality and care. ,JacksonvJIe.L. B. AMEEliAN.JAez:3ovTLL .crtremelr low prices.CE"COL'STRY '" '
DEALERS supplied, aT'' inthe Bough
transient and Boarders. je22 T. McYIIUY.CA 'OKDBUXO -
permanent -
: ;April 25, 1854The ACCOIIPASUU) WITH CAgg.
Hides Sheep's Pelts Deer =z- --- UTIOK.-I forewarn; all persons from trading Garden & Flower Seeds Ew. Goat
for a note of band which I drew in favor of I, Old Stand on the Burnt District. IIlio alwal'bpt on band.mr26y Plant ter, Goon, retnir.! Oposscn, Fox
henry Ifcnderbon,for two hundred and fifty dollars i andCatSHas '
T. ,
IDl2l rnYl ddtbe latter part of June,IS.3!,(eighteen hundred I Undersigned keeps comtantlv on hind a McMhLLqt. I nISw.u wooL-TALtow-&c.; .
and fifty-three.) Said note will become due the latter THE Hupply of FAMILY GROCERIES and 9 h7Il1.tn'1 >" ., I
part of June,Ts54. I notified H.Henderson in PROVISIONS, consisting partly of- Being direct:consumer and erport ,otTabore :Cb*

WHOLESALERETAILHAT the presence of Mr. Spencer Brooks, that I would Goslien Butter, Cheese, Lard Hun D glt rean Gallery named commodities, his faciLtles therein moneqasllcd
not pnr aid note,for certain cause Bacon Sides and Shoulders; Flour; enabling hid to offer iDd Bffiinnt t* '

STEPHEN FARROW. Sugar of all kinds; Coffee Tea!, Soda Butter, : begs leave t3 inform the titi .all,a Having in this line established cf FBOOCCX a trade to consign of this such to hif \
Batar JK
STORE Yay.WI ISH, jalC-2 and Boston 1Ebscrber
_. Sugar Crackers Pilot Bread :\"weand. its vicinity that hit Jhartewon, in connection with an crtenaiv
CURT
---- '
Mackerel Herring; Codfish, Syrup, Molasses; open b business Leather in the
lug B
I Rough kept oweity'
JVotice. Beans Potatoes, Tobacco,Spiiiisli Segars, 't4iNEW: SKYLIGHT GALLERT.OaFbrsyth will yield a more lucrative resmit than ftriajt 1M

c'I& JiiI3 J g ci ac. 'Stake this method to inform my friends and for- Snu frn"t: : Preserves ALSO- Sardines street, second door west of Dr. Hol ireference to foreign markets and from tbs mod-
customer, that I hare discontinued my Brandy Prunes ; land's residence: rate rates of freight on all transportatton had tbs
lin.ndr Peach do.
Scotch :
Mercantile business in this place and most respect- Cogniac Whiskey; Where ha is prepared to take p.cturss in a manner exists nothing ia ubatmcticm to the angneatatiCA

SAVANNAH CARRIAGE IAMJFACTORY.The fully request nil indebted to me to cume forward and Monocguhela Wine Whiskey do., Port, Holland do. Claret Gin do, Madeira Champagne not surpassed.br eny. He has spared no expensein or this business with the Southern and Weatcn a
Sherry '
settle their accounts with. as little delay as possible.I fittng up h's: Rooms, having a splendid recep country. C. hopes therefi e, by strict atte&tiua

____,.._ _______-.--, ._-- p will inform them that I bare an office in the store Abynthe.jyl4y T. O. MTER3. tion room for ladies tttad up in a neat anv' ttetc- to this branch to merit the pairo of the iarg
Subvriber takes this method to inform of Messrs.Burton&Graves(Holmes Blockwhcre) fut style bcsdes his large line SkyLght enabling and rapidly increasing trade pouring Into this mass
myself Mr.GEORGE W. COLE,can be found at all him to take pictures in groups cr singly! in clear keto with the assurance that product coeaigasd t*
THE I.71.H.l aI"1-TS or FLO RID.ZHe times,ready to settle with those who may favor them hiuh or cloudy weuthcr. He feels confident of giving him will realize the highest proceeds., '
with a calf HEXKY TlJIAXUS. satlsflicUin to all who may furor ban with a calL He presents this to the favorable notice of *Q nvsrested >
carries on Jacksonville; ,June 1st 1854. 15-1 GROCERY AIm PROVISION STOBE lie is thankful for past favors, and hopes to receive in the extension of the commerce and boa*

THE: CARRIAGE BUSINESSIn : a continuance of the same. Those who do not productions of the South. .
B ROUGHT TO JAIL-a black boy named THE Cndcrs-'gncd Jacksonville reopertfully informs the citi: want pictures: are respectfully invited to call cad Very raspectfuiliJon. P. BAUM,, '
of and
all its various Branches, i Is-ilum-says be belongs to a Mr. GeofreyOduci vicinity that he baareerected examine his rooms and ::. Leather and Shoe Finding*HomMi
his store the old site: the burnt
of Columbia lie is abjut 18 to 20 upon on m2tf 2S6, King ..
county. M W. ORA.\ES. street
And solicits a share of their patronage. He manufacture and keeps on hand constantly Carriages descriptions, and he invites person fruui Florida to cull and examine his stuck when they vimt Savannah. Lad had when fington house where he still continues on hand a dly juIS
a near on the left side of bus bend; on Hides Leather fee., L
,
stock ofFamIly :
All kinds of work made to order such as Plantation Wagons, Dray Carts and Timber Carriage taken straw hat.up a The fitr.ped: owner shirt is requu&tcd grey pantaloons to come forward, and a Groceries and Provisions. Charles De Waal, THE tmdengned informs Liz friends:.tint k* ?* .

*, aad of the very bent material. lie flatten hmielf that the practical experience of over thirtyIf1U'1l1'laich and tike him still paying the highest cash price lot U*
he will secure to him a liberal share of Florida patronage. and prove property PRY cb-irgas Every ert.cle: necessary for family use con be AUCTIONEER following, vir .
poncses away,or else he will be dealt with according to law. tamed oa reasonable t.nns, and Lr >"%. Ob-I Prime Bides Di
Orders promptly attended, to, uud repairing done in the bcxt style aud at living price. MorshaL 11 to ISO per
Town
E.
GORDON .
I invite call from .
'' a purchasers. Prune Deer Skins 23 to lIe "
dlly "Live and Let Li\"e. Jacksonville; June(>th 1S54. 13fGrottee JACKSONVILLE E. F.
jul7 J. B. HOWELL I Leather in the rough 18 to S4c N'
__
G. W. HARD CASTLE. -- --- -- g ALES in cy prt of the County attended to Beeswax S7taSSe *

JJtajllialll Jacksonville K7 and respectfully schctad. The above flrsc of any commission will Je received ., \
Foundry
I Goods sent to subscr.ber on commission: cither direct or through consignment to factors.
I. W. MOmSEli{ & CO. W ATCHr.r A TrF.1t AND JEWELLEfl, ANDnACHIKE for pr.vjte or suction disposal will be quitkly; JOHN P. BAUM.mrtf .
.
(In the Itoom adjoining the Post Office,) attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The Charleston S.'C ,
WOHSS.rn Subscriber baa been known in this community for .
-
PIANO AND FURNITURE STORE 1Df\ISO rctarned from Europe, again begs *
a number of years as Anct'oneer: and otherwise. Senator Beaton's Great Work
jL leave to ofiVr his services to his old friends and
IIE Subscribers, having made extensive and II?cdUrs no recommendations; but desires that inquiries -
With his for the "TIIIRTY TI.U'.s'nEW.
SMETS' BUILDINGS BUOUGHTOX STKEET the public generally. experience should be made h mselfof .
_u. valuable improvements in their establishment, concerning any
l list: twenty-six years as a Watchmaker, he hopesto commerc'si house at the place of lus residence.Since I AGENTS WANTED IN EACH COUNTY.
furnish
:are now prepared to
EI-E CE&- sit'sfaction: those who
.iL.r IL entire to wish to ban
give in workmanlike Steam Engines of any required power, from the tire he has located his store Forsyth SATISFACTORY evidence ss to reliability
their work done : manner. 1 to 100 horse street, on the burnt district: where his Auction bus- s3 qn'red: and should accompaiUfcapplieatioiis.
Clocks and :
I. W. 3IORRELL. X. F. TVEBSTER. S frhortest Watchcs notice., Jewelry repaired at Saw ilJln; mess is also at present conducted and where he We shall be pleased to receive AibscriptKjns by
the fb23y Sugar ImSi keeps on hind, on the most reasonable terms, mail, and will enter the nams so received in rega

H',r;Powers; FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, lay order upon our subscription list. &abserib n '

nousc-furiiisliing Establishment. Stoves Stoves tirifct Mills-and all other machinery used in TOE CASH AM COCXTBT PBOBCCE.ju5 living in the country will greatly f'M'1lrtatB the d*.
this country; CHARLES DE WAAL. livery of the work by giving us the name of som*
r1READWELL i PERU, Merchants and Proprietors Iron and Brass Castings.: nll-52 one in the nearest town,who will receive it for

Furniture by Wholesale and Retail. .11. of the Eagle Foundry, Xo. lit Beaver .Steamboat, S-iwiiill, and other repairing, them. *
!f. Y offlr to the trade FIFTY
street Albany, :at short notice. .7ucao33 eei' To have it sent by nail, enclose to as thirty
Bnbecribcr) desiirn to call the further attention of the Florida public to his: well known cstab- DISTINCT-VAR'lETrES of Cooking and Heating J3iT All machinery purchased from ns will be cents as part postage. .
THE fur the cale of Stoves f'r Coal and Wood. Also a complete list put in operation in any part of the State by competent I AND CCimiSEIOH BUSKESS.p I The work will be sold eTerasivrfy by iobscrtp. '
of Stove and : Hollow Ware Plain and :
Frep\ce :1 machinists when desired and tion. JOHN M. COOPER & CO. Savannah

reasonable Subscriber: AacJL
and upon p having bcclIPi'OJlt.--d an -
Furniture materials of
House-furnishing every description. Enameled Washing: Krtt'e-' Ptew Pang, Lc.;Sc.tch i tsrms.Drawings. tioneer; for the county of Dun!, by the Governor r mr2 General Agents for Georgia. Florida.. .
House-keepers and merchants can vupplv theniftelvm with every article for general UK or for ()rm- Bowls, Sinks Iron end Clay Furnaces, Agricultural and estimates furnished, without of Florida will attend.punctually to all business ,
Good Store .toe) in the line of business mentioned Parlor, Kittles, Water Cooler! *, .., &c. ,
ink a Every thing kept on hand including c entrusted to his care. From nill long experience :- KENTUCKY, t .
Hall Bedroom and kitchen. Furniture, and sales will be nude on as goUd terms a* purchaots cau be Also their new and improved "mllmond"R.wgl d.rge.IOOSEY 4 GQpsnr, in this capae>ty, he flatters himself Cut he
', and Hot Air: Stationery and Portable fur-
effected a*the Sorth. Founders and Machinists.JACKSOSVILLE will afford satisfaction to all 1\ho may require his i Insfitite \ A
nnces. Terms liberal. junl -:m Mlitary .
I. W. JIORRELL & CO., January 1, 18-1. 6m service*. All shipments or consignments made to : -

mr24-je22f Old established stand, Savannah, Georgia.from 20,000 Copies in 20 Days! Calvin! Oak *5* Son hnn will,be promptly and faithfully attended to. DIRECTED by a Board of Visitors appointed 4

._ BETF2EXCSS. -i s under the superintendence of
-- --- -- P1anfacturrs end DealersWOULD T. 0. Holmes and C. Drew, Jacksonville. C, L R.:T. i'. ALLEN, a distinguished graduate of .
tie UrralJ.
Tampa j Ax EVENTFUL CAREER. At the The Boston and Savannah.Bancroft '
-
ViUalonga
I Lamplighter: West Point and a practical Engineer, aided by aa J -
I I late term of the superior court of the mot aud tale of mod- Beits & Marshall Charleston. able Faculty. The course of study is that usually
extraordinary thrilling
The following is of the report F1ioIs G. H. IDIImJad.iOnT'i1c. the addition
copy taught in best Calleges with the uf aa ,
era Lines. This is the universal testimony of G m T &c.
Lowndes county, Georgia, a man by Fla, Feb.23,1854.DENTAL Natural
made bjr Mr. Jackson, to the Hon. the newspaper press, and verdict of the readingpublie. extended course cf Mathematics Sciene%
the name of GR'AHAM was convictedof and Theoretic and Practical Engineering. -
D. L. 1 ulee, Homosassa: JacksonviUcFia: CARD. The buildings of the Institute have buea entirely ." j
We have been unable to fill orders, ..
'TAIU'AJr,, 131.h, 1 j.!. man-slaughter, and sentenced to I has been utterly the demand for this our American so inform the public that" they are pre TR. :BAXTER Dental Surgeon, has permanently refitted,and asrangements made for beatiDgth.el by ,' .
Dear Sir : I received a letter : the penitentiary at the age of nineteen II Feat romance. great to manufacture nt short notce: any .L located at Jacksonville and is fully sUam wh,cb will render the Institute entirsifan. :
prepared to insert Teeth on the most improved cQualied in regard to health u4 .
PUBLISHED BY JOHX P. JEWETT & CO., :kind of EJFLE or other GUN, in a style unsurpassed co&Ttfnicnca
from you some time since making enquiries ; years.We BOSTOV -by makers They keep constantly on plans. The patronage of the community is sol.citcd. ; : agreeableness of residence as it is already m this
,
about the depth of crater, at have been informed of a few And fur sole! by all Booksellers.P. :I band, at their any manufactory R.fies; Guns, Pistols, Dr.of B. has Teeth a preparation be w.th which; the I roughness cf instruction and str acss of, '
nerves echjij may destroyedjw.thcutp&in. : meut
certain points on our Bay, &c. &c. incidents in the life of this young S. The work will be forwarded by mail to ..Powder Pouches, and Shot Belts, Lead Elastic Percussion Gun Wadding Caps. Flasks, and Shot other He has also a large assortnent w toe fiat The e'ghth: annual tern ccnraesca in Septsa

anv person enclosing $1 and six postage btimps. PORCELADt her 13.4. lliitj-e charge; $100 sem>uuml
which
1 was from home at the time your man. will excite sympathy in March Spcrtsman's articles. Together With Bowie TEETH per
S0-ju2 4tFarmers -4
Knives and Dirks"of : and and !is to insert fan of the session (Surgeon's ice, i2 extra. parable ia advance.
letter arrived, otherwise I would his misfortunes. At the age of thir- every description a vi- prepared sets cos TIM.- ,
cf other articles too to mention. end
I riety numerous ors ocas, a.recart valuable imprvenent.Dccember la I
have answered it sooner; immediately I teen, be was attacked by a tiger,who, & Planters efRJles Shot Guns and Pistols,repaired and 1st, 15C3. tf Address the Superintendent at Unitary InsU.,

however I after tearing him badly and crushing warranted. nvl7-Cm tate,1wih1incouutyKy."orthenudegs4.1ay-
on mv return home applied For Sale. P. DITDLEX

!to Capt. Wm. Nelson, our coast both his jaws, left him for dead Attention! i 'TBOS. J. HESDRICKS. JAMES H. CEZSS. desirable playvcot only for hsalth. tnt ,1E54. President of the Board. .

pilot, as the person best acquaintedwith under a covering of leaves, which he Owners of poor and worn-out Lands, 'To Planters and Lumbermen Arary having souis Very go d flenUsg: Lied

the depths of water in our Bay had piled on him. Subsequently he i use LEINAU's TEE Undersigned,having formed a cepariner fiit-en near Jacksonville from the,Bar being known about ten as miles Riudy's below Point and Eagle IronWorks

and he proposed going with me to was caught in a sugar-mill, and lost I ; for the purpose of transacting a trjct. For particulars, inqn,re of the undars'trnei. ,
I American Fertilizer. GENERAL MERCANTILE BUSINESS AT nsrssf CHAS. J. McMELL.SASH 05 CAST ST., Brrwcar nan*18rx tav, .
one arm bitten twice rattlesnakes .
take soundings, and point.out the ; was by MAGNOLIA, EI Fot '

most eligible places for a terminus. and struck senseless by a At a renovator qtz i1 itluul no t
1 fen extfttfiedy vtd far tht jxint three ytart in del'TouII of purchusing cheaply, to thcir large and i A T these Worts are manufactured Portable and
You will see ly the accompanying flash of lightning. His greatest calamity .'*!!.,., , the or" occurred few months r rairiia,and "fl the Jdadt of JiHtllUDA andBAIiBAl Subscriber keeps constantly oa band Tobacco Presses \
Diagram, what results our I a ago, Dry Goods, Groceries, Queenswsrc THE an Mill Machinery. Levers Baeda
> \ Corn
OE8far&t
at the lowest tide. when he killed one of his neighbors GrOWIng ofVhtat, Hats Caps, Crockery and Glassware, ofSASH Sheeting and Sharpening Mills! Knrrta Sinkeraj. Vl
soundings were I Potatoet, TubafK', (Gotlm and Um Sugar (Jane.CAX DOORS, BLINDS 4c, Bran and Iron Castings of everr description.
Boots and Shoes Drugs, Medicines
The principal points to which he in a drunken frolic, by stabbing. .E HAD AT HALf TRA'PRICE OFGUASO Iron, sails, Paint, Oils regularly imported from the North which be will JnlJcy PHILIP BAnMTroprietonJ
and vUi burn
Lie tied.OSLT
,u more lattAny, not
Since then he has in Hardware and Window Ghss. I scu at very reasonable advances on cost.J. .
directed my attention, were Gadsden I laid prison, and tia: A TOK,OF 2,220 LltS.AltorertSizertfor Cutlery B. D. HAJfHAM,

and Ballast; we found 23ft of water has now a term of years to serve at Fruit Trte attd Grape lltutA -. Particular attention paid to the Provision Busi ,i jan gg-Sm Jackson vga. M. EASON-&-BED,,
I Corn Mess Pork Flour Fish ,
ness. Hay, ,Bacon -
off the Point of Gadsden hoal, about \some trade suited to his peculiar nllioOf lure remedy for tite tin Proprietor Ptaeh IVvrm, and the dr- !Molasses Sugar constantly on bond ia large -Por SalSJLE. GHA'LEST017r: S. 0.,

one mile from the point- Sftat 3-4ths, i'physical condition. If Jhftre he any GEORGE A. LEINAtJ, quantities.Produce of all kinds' purchased. THAT valuable and desirable prop- Slrc. SlCt'3'QPCS

-16ft at 1-2 and 12 within 200 yardsof I extenuating circumstances inhis case, Xo.19 South Front street Philadelphia City All are invited to call before making purchases ,twl"npnj w the .$ate ot (.191. iti.w- STEAWENGINES.qnaBoile
should be State of Pennsylvania. elsewhere. eea.rtlNta the shore.Ve found 23ft within I we glad"to see them brought a eiiuuiuue tliiriv-rulii acre,. mure .r lift, 15 nulv
the notice of the J.-sT''Delivered free of Postage at any Wharf in N. B.-A J large assortment of Negro Goods such (Olin Jao *..m.. ImptovHura, two dwi-l'inf: '
1 1-2 of Ballast pt., and within 2 1-2 i i to Executive, for the the city. as Kersevs' B Blankets 4c. houses fca/u nearly new, and eouimodloa s114.mat..re .
J
of Tampa-for the other soundingsI I| exercise of official clemency. We ja5y UEXD2JCKS t CHESS. ,wbaif: and.e. r..l ua.bi.iljjur, a good well ol OF ALL SIZES AM DESCXIPTIOI & "
PHILADELPHIA, October 15th; 1833. waleI'..ad a fine 1I.-II1",1ge 01 swtesorausgelr.-ei. I
refer you to the diagram, as near j doubt very much whether any man G. A. LEETA?-Dear Sir I used your American Fashionable AUn au'tli>r lot uf land,iiiualtd in the iiuuicdiateUiniiy Machinery far Siw.Gnst,Rice Poundmgand Thresh

as I can place them without actual living ever encountered similar perils. FertiLftrt and found it equal to the best Peruvian T of ll* ikop.. known as...the Caraplxil lot, I trig Mills, or for any special Castings I to '
i eouuuuliig rlf hi IC .lIWr"'*I. i aid |1.t lian hevuimptored IrOn and of all varieties. Our facilities for
Guano. I used it side side. farmers I Brass
\ rorvey. We have 23ft. of water on This is said to be a true record, with- much opposed to the use by of chemical My manures were but Boot-Jflalting., and tree rultivaud I I',and end other ha* (a gust grmre inn of*. jouuftwrei doing work are equal to any establishment ia thJniteoi ,.

Egmont bar, at the very lowest tides, out the least fancy or in ention.- I will use it again this: season. Please send me 33 4 THE Subscriber would inform the Public that .. Ainu oranf a kit of land spun OB the east tAe! of the rand lemdm* States, being able ta tarn off wheels and .
The above is taken from the Wakul-- tons to Smyrna. Delaware. "gone through the fire" be'can be Jalinxlna"lrek.balr a mile dt.-lanl tom MawUuio, pullers np to 12 feet diameter bore cylinders vpo
'and can carry that depth to the foregoing (Signed) ALEXAXDEB PATCRSC found at his shop at present located on the burnt containing 75,IUU ar".. being lou *o 7,.in ec. 80 inch diameter,and plane t feet square of any
points, as shown on the diagram. -I la Times of the 14th inst. I.EIVU'S AMERICAN FEBT1LIZER. district on Fonyth street where he wiQ continue 13,rau'.26!.IL E A portion of llii lane ha. betrlcar -n desjed length. ap 8m
a to manufacture to orderG2nUemen's .d and under eulLVBti", aId some iinprovinenU
-I. Hear what Mr. Barksdale of Virginia, of Lei-
i says Dimdn upoa it,aM it . I THE THUKDBR MORM.-On yesterI nau's American Fertlizer."Upon Boots of first quality, an t valuaUr timbrr. ThAtiafcfl1lORKS .
'I refer yon particularly to the Cove day afternoon our city was visited my Tobacco phinU your Fertilizer surpassed To a .iwiawUl.iRia locate la Florida. the above .
off Gadsden and Catfish for any thing I ever Ubed. I mean to try it on my as well as execute repairing in generaL He Hitters proyriy Ud *irabevblBtKalUir: and plutauUj cit-
points, a by a severe thunder"storm accompanied Wheat this year, 1854." hjmsulf that the general sotisuct'on he has g-ven q".d.the M J.hB'. .n a biab l Uufi. There Up a
safe Harbour, well land-locked,witha with rain and He purchased crop 583k tons. while following th, business In St.Augustine aa *t uffir Bl thb poiatBBd lisa mail boon from -a""D.b 'ASDXATCTACTCSX
heavy strong weU as since his res:dcnce here will entitle him to ". top there twice ww kiy. sal all tii. loartolon Foundry
good anchorage in from 12 to 18 ft. wind I from South west. It lasted Hear what William Powell Esq.,,of Camden co. the patronage of those who wish a weO-fitting lad river buani When fieifbt or. ,(. BJ* iob -

at the" lowest tides. Ballast. JTew Jersey, says: Boot, made out of the best material. Ee will endeavor landed. -
very j about an hour, during which the "I used Leinau's American Fertilizer a part of to, perform hllI'fk with every degree of rot panlcQara aD.10 F.&PaI..MEItt'Jokosvflleoe.ad- tmO. Well IronThdThgrmcii -

pointwitbplentyofsearoomtoget,, I lightning struck house in the northern my it Farm whch Corn was shaded, and by where my woods.the Fertilizer I used promptness and fidelity. mr9t_C r.I.tEP.on the prvmixi.Duval is ao 'called .because composed ef ''
under at nj.time, no matter of the upon my crop &- "r and Cast Iron ccnnertrd without -
way part city occupied by Mr. was used my.crop of Corn was fur superior to the Tax-sale.. Wrought
what the wind blow from other where I badAsed Guano and born County .rivets or joints, the ornaments and eanaae
point part yardmanure. -
may MASTERS.. The fluid to kSTABLE.
appears virtue of in lair tions being melted around the wrought iron ianctnr
I will use JNm all this season, authority me by
is a beautiful site for a terminus,with have entered through the chimney, 1804." 3S? my crops By v.n>d, I will Miertor rale,at t l-'oort Hou.a TtwMM fn > Bg each panel* aa it ware.
:10 a.nd12 ft. of water within 'about; I n. .the Iowa of 1m.l"" B"il! .. >>. the nt MeSsily one solid p.-and avo-dinj!all crericee' where majreneraDy _
i and after knocking off the plasterfrom .TJear what Dr.'Tr'm.'Vr'.Clark says: uf.uniBr),1E54,the following ..ed irw't of land,or commences. It"may be made light Tie-
150 yds of the shore, but we cannot; the ceiling :and walls passed WEST Pmt..UIELPmAOT.. i;1855. nnBE: Subscriber is now prepared to accommOdate "tuiiK.b Hi.rof K will pay tbr 'ute and Canal;... WIRE KAELISG, or heavy-like CAST DOS
', I used Leinau's Amerxan Fertilizer .JL his customers in any way ehipe or man. B<>c-Mvd apu.t the e verysnocesafally
bar at low
get over 9 ft. up that I through the open door'and windows I ; the ground is very poor; being a heavy neT, in first rate stylo from splendid Bone*and tbvooa f.4 iha jrmr,1 J8J tiwcUh-i. with all Der-*yWI : jess, itxeogth, and durability, and it a
iratcr. Fertilizer earrings down to horseback elt Matt,BdiB Mid lery and ar,na A tract ot because it
without doing further damage.-Mrs. clay sou. I used the upon the tills of riding. lid lytaf tn>Duifal county,U uodrd.i Uw-.II r waited of the
the stalks fourteen hip-h PASTIES on-Pat hour day or '
feet and
corn: STEW hea- any .
In the gale of 1848, on the Eastern MASTERS and children narrowly escaped Till eared,and mT potatoes are of a very superior rrght. Calls made to any part of the City. Lr. person .U Mile Had LrIcPk To,'au aia ther.t* Ledwllh by,land on Ui bclmciaflBjiihttHoherv "Dth by Moo,' ::. new style Farm Fenee..at $5 pan 1

. bank of the Hfllsborough ri\"eritrose injury;being at the time on the I quality and a full crop.. It gives me pleasure to *who wiih to tike the steamers. crh r.Cek. sad on the mm by, land brlunftnt 10 bet, easily transported sad.let,, sad .very, ntcfc. "
recommend. American Every exertion wall be madd toplease.fbSm 'JahaJ'JiH cald Ult' _WIIIf ,- ".
i TOur Fertilizer to> all JOOB Hoberta awl Jced. '
about 8 'or 10 It. above high watermark : portico.Ancient. City, 24th. friends and (am well satisfied. it will pay tie Farmer my It A. BLISS sparrVIUAII. BOWOEN,. .Ala,.aIl kinds tTrocgnt and Cad lies .

..in ordinary tides, and on the:' I.- T >r its extensive use. : -* 'Near the BuiSngton Uonse.Eoe ; Tat Awemir tad CoUcciot- oDIOQal7."' fences.Verandahs,Vnrifoij,4c Msohincry. aad

western bank it ) 6 The Great: HVestern,:Express to Hear what'Dr. Joseph Berens: of Leinau's. "November bsb,1i53.' 'f t. : other castings to order .
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opposite only rose : says The ab'we-sal.) ;in p'wtponed; tilt. thu CmMond y Ja Design and other lfaflirfiit'"ft fyrf to 'IT.

ft, -'f. : Exeter, England made to go at a American Fertilizer. c,.Go's. Patent. ., Ground Saws.I .,' la.b. ,II34-.. 5,1 .'' : Meaday dress po fre, J
firrt -
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B0RDEXTflW New 1858., The&lIMe .> *fanber p1Btpott" to. .. tl1:0RGE"'OSt'D
Jersey, ,. An
AS to a dcscript5onof,6ld Tampa speed 'of seventy"tniles i an hour; including '1fybiother-iHaw.' Conrad Boerper, of Beverly, wEt S Subacribera nunufitetare; 'from the best .- ,t bo In.AD.B Hxweiaie"M' .K-h'tvther 0,IBS*portpontd." 'to tbe eras.,on-' {03 Broadway,ccrner of wlJhr siEirl ;

Bay, I am not sufficiently acquainted: stoppages.' ,Supposuigtbelo. New Jersey, used your Fertilizer upon his cornfields .J. -'CAST,STEEL, CiKCULAB SAWS, from. 'da.lnMv-AiriI6. ,I'W" m' .. SEWKurd's ,TO&L
aad raised corn from fourteen sixteen feethigh I two Inches to e-ghty inches in diameter. Their 'Th '..ale'b rarthV'mnponed' IDt flieS Mon-, -
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:irith it jdojjustice--therefore: I comotivewzuchdrawssach, train' to with ears ranging..from eight hundred to Saws are hardened and tempered, and are ground 'clay te July n'zI.l tni>* la. I54. -, Gloss for UieB ..,. -

would prefe/lawg silent.on the.snbjfxt have driving ylieels:7: ft.,in diameter eleven hundred grains apiece The yield was very I and finished by machinery" fles'gned expreawr'for Duval County.Tax-sale. [ Golden ,,_ .
five greafcv received thcargo of American Tertili- the purpose and are, therefore much,superior to 'A' 1I05O the many preparstiona: for the Rowtit
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,and leave It to some person whoa ," these wheels"will revolve/; zer I purchase* from y.and shall use about two thou gfjound io the usual l manner aa.they are "Dv; virtue of. authority metylaxr .8\ of the Hair this Gouts' Gum 'take* 1h.,

jubetteiIJ1t4d with it times in'a second; the; valve. rand hundred barrels oa my,Farm- at Bordontown this I etrengthened and stiffened by increasing thorn in .J_..wtR e ff1Ir.Ie.tD from oC the Coast lead. 'Three'reasons will be gives whr tt is ao,

-tt: *, tz' the.steam ten,.times, in a yt1J8M.L : ,Jam.A' twym regularly! from the cutting edge to the 1ICMJk.II<." tile low" of ooael1lf',Ni th e enl 1IDiT used and preferred to an'.f
". escapes" centre con QIft1UY-do:not become heated,.or, ,M..d.y ill rBWMniKM. the RHhrnist property, ai r weaaaa it baa proved the most ef&daaI in Bale. -
In 'coadnrion, vould art that" I second- but as'there:1' arewo, cylinders ISTRATBIX1ICOTICE.AU persons Indebted budded and produce a great saving timber' .. ... Ovrfof.I'u.t"4.G'epry.will pay tb* i'aaand tb..lf UaamybiMtligr 13 ness: id because it imparts ba1 k PM ':-- .

'. fc&re interest in the which"act there are to the estate of William S.Donaldson, They also mnanumcturs-CAST TEEL'. '' assea-dIswed with an siarMrary.rp rnfc-. .ue1liHaf .s.t \ and deh| ttftd.jerttane to the Hair; M, bus, ..' ." "
gryo&er alternately
report.laakflon Duval ,deceased PIT.-' CROSS Cn5T,3AW:Ai n : TVaLaWEDS.4mneesor aftJ sdiefl,wita' < d7. | 'wbicb' -"- "
late county ,are bereby request'ed .tory and MM;visv'OM ."ld.< bair of tb* alar*. ns qpgtfi) Iwt. ':" ,
". .lie points, I describe In rmUy twerftj puna or escapes of e teaa to make immediate payment the undersigned au iir.*U fwnicalhgrhave. i Bmw PM Jose ctraaud em tnceast fld. <* tb* aU pcIIIeIIIa"have'adopted It.. Many omI '";', :'. .' :
,; aid what hqaIcL4 in second. 1 al thm6L1iO d And all persons, baring demands igajnst said*sIs$& for sale or iyiayheobtainedfif pr.ncipalusrdwir4lktgants St.-J. rtTcr lo'Dvnl Cottar, etmuteinf two could be grrea why ii Is a greet S\r.VOntIStO$1. -,;. I: c- :
t. reporttian a f 1IIeC NB teH 1. and sad..,.--** '.
*' required to present them,daly proven, withIn tbrougheut kndrMI. .. eljiitr wo, who want more Mveoslyio give it.*Tal. ". : ,
:," ted ij any other. citizen,of fguth, is.equal to nearly onefonrth' of that the time reeulre&by'- thenris this notic*will _0.-& '" .-aT .. ,,,. ,, : v A tv- AMesMcudCoUwtar.DatmJ" : IJK1AH CciWI>eH Uoo, PrJ S5oarta,..larga botOea. .Jar' *im W' ', :'--" ,
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J3I1LY: ''W n'B1WIaco. .. :,-'
" tflonda. ,' of ball mbsientum ;1g053 ia'bar. L.D05ALDS05 .,'- 'P\--az:4 ." :
,,; ft cannon, ; andithe Adminatratrixare I'I'4fJu.sw' .'h 'Ii 4 1 -" 'I wcisaarcbk54Ftb.i.lftSt.;*" .8rnL : ':- fA .

-:. ).baT the ODO2.10.beYOiIr, ora'Whole train; inoring at .such; -- : ?.:_, .cfwrijape 1a!'W'this;w note iBiirttkiiiidvertiaeowntthreetoev and I i f.._Tb_"t ta'>T tT in., diia,.-. 'ill..-:.,'.utGQ'"-'--" -'111 'Wb _Broadway' 7Ii.-fl '._,:'.1" : """"'' -.

,*>rv' .TV 3Io t bedient'servant, sp edwonld; 11 i Wel t: A nMEfISTBATOR'SSOTICE months 'ne* .lIt..n2JtIr--.ttIJaa.h. IZ. " .. ," After date J UflT to the Boa.Jade t4 toward'W a ppamt '.4ayiiAplL..Mars9stt854.Ti.bei 7 ;- ',:.' !wAxDrL-- 1... ga2' ..;. ,
I ".."J''i't.. '. ,, JOHN"JA.CKSON. the aggregate.force-'of mbei.r Probate of Dnral /. !JU-s 4ammoe asadm1utar .sd in TTT'j'tif Ti11** *"!' fbewi1t'j ala I.rartlet fIIItpIIU. .'_.c, .Xaa4IY1aSa .LvLBzshitnnpon: JeU"O"1o.ta- m 'I ." t ': :'',:,.-: ";'
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'? .1'1, t".1 ',\i i'+, r -._.u.omosassa.un '; weight of the- train,ff : :':.,' < ; .;:",l':'lUm a 1: k..1"fl, .." 0"1Z1r., ...,..,, c i : 1r.tt.. : .;: ., : !tm.. 'i I;t.;_. .t-fUl.u,_ }. _- : ''. :i-",, :", .etd' .:;- '';-. '.' .:: r::
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.. -I ;:.p a.Yol.RIllgiov') _u_ AMEHIOAITS FRIEND. litton which hat tea jive. It, sat Baring tested It port oddniswd Io-DL'E1EEL1N;PMI.d.1 Philadelphia. & SavannahS '
,- THE' virtues,we alelta1 u11 deserves it." plus lmp secure a copy at citbet oftM above Carpet t. & Flowclftth'

INi1ATENLflCWXAflLT : J."'ud Ba.takal.; KyJaly II, books by return omor a..IY.e. J**sea j' Ste"amshi"-Line ,
BEST ,
1 t sold: "We **Perforated fret)of postage !rav
olaJ
1&2 ate of Dr. Hooflsndt Bitten, led be-, elllag &geala,lie.supplied .bl.atUn pber. OARfUINO THE UNITED STATES MAIL. i WAREHOUSE

nucuuD to s. A.t.Ujr 124D. these II bee valuable Medlct.L"S price which amt of a bug pCL .

rfttll i Is haYeD rest is not here,. I S IP b J.Grant, Ire.'. Kv., June 86, 1853, told. "We .AU Letters b.p. "STATE OF GEORGIA*. Sd.rdNNdH
my Bit- ; 1 1rIBE
have Introducing year DoCad" 1,250 tons, lapt..3. 3. OUTDo Jr. ,

y.Th. j why; thould I murmur al trials aereref' ten.naif dozen Pbysteisot and a aer. purchase. .tem. -,a. HEDICINES "KETST05S STATE" Curtains, Curtain Goods,' tel fee tel,
flf tranquil spirit-; the wont that can come, -
iny Dr.P. Fatio asS Bro., Knoxville, Tenn., April 9, 1,500 tons, Capt Soxxn BAKDIB. NO. 140 COyORESa cIT 8?.

: 'Bit hoctoas my journey, and hastens me home. I S 1854. said.. "Your bitten arc now telling very that, : ver Ftl Ninety-ight passages without a single tail. River JULIAN_ Sta.

tr fi CTnot lor me'to IM seeUiifmy, bliss, j4s and been:'l to person learn that,bat bat be.seed benefini-a.It,to )f I, we Have. Jtkla GIVE S navigation 100 miles on the Delaware. ..L Subscriber wwU re baa the
'Pabllo I
two that baa
be
These eaUrely vegetable; they InYt Only nighto at Ie& bow oteae4 the Mean
Or staying my hopes in a'egion'1ike thiaIekfwcit1DoibuildedwithbaIds ; and strengthen Bit a tyurm, never pltt ,,D 'Tia. J. ROSE is an honorary member ftUUXG DATS XVBKT WBDXKSDJ.T tTtOJI?JUCS MtT, plate assortment of all the various styles ot Gooo

b used fo inftots.well at by Al of tht Philadelphia Medical Society,and graduated Asrouows: usually kept similar establishments. Tb Stock

>M 'itt riorums temple'eternally stands.i Holloway's! Pills. Fo gale by ruptle dealer wner.l S la 1890 from tie University of Penocylvanlo,under UM "STATE OF GA." "KEYSTOXE STATE." of the different departments will consist inparto/

tji. MCMILLAN, guidance of the truly eminent Professor Physic Cbap- From Sar.Feb'y From the following goods, Tir
Afflictions may try me,they cannot destroy Jacksonville P1i3ea5y .' Gibeoa,Coxe James,and Hare,names celebratedfor PbiL From PhiL Feb'y 1 RI'ise DEPABTinCTfr _,
Medical Science. Bring solicited by thousand of 8 Feb'y 8 '15 a
On Tiaion of hearen turns all into joy To the Pitlsens of the States: a 22 Feb'let ." Royal Ye1veTipestry DruaeIa" odg.n-
a UDle bit patient to put op bit preparation, be BOW offer to 23 March 1 eb Brussels Velvet
Immense ,
for the
Tapestry and
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I and thank
D Mt humbly BrvtttU
Ad tb. bittereet tear that flows from my eyes, .tDcel G tdc public a* the result of hit experience for the part March 8 March 8 15 fir
ltain three-ply
patronage wblcb you baf btowe upon my UK enperftne, fine, and 0IJIIa0G1&
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thirty valuable
Dot sweetens my hope of a home in the kics.r pin.. I take of my ancestor Challenge! each years tailed following famtl1lfedlelnea, .5' 22 15 23 sg twSed Tnfitian b MMy
tl. oPpruDi1 $500 one to a specific disease: April 5 'I sfl
'.J were '.. that I entertain 5' 29 April. 6 April 12 Sc4 rbrnggeta, M, 1M, and 11fa width of
fur all that America the Americans the 19 April 12 19 14 eve-
Though trouble and danger my progress oppose cooeenu I 2 variety of patterns Hearth
lively cympattay, .o that I oriirtmlly DR. J. S. BOSS'S NERVOUS AND INVIG- 8 1' afay ry ; Rugs and
-28 10 ,
mot 1 MaT
make heaven at the close MaT Stoop Mate Table and Piano
.-Thewfll! only more bright ; compounded lliene Pills ciprruly to nit your climate, HobcnsachsWORM ir May' 10 17 .z 24a Coverg silver IDct
Come Joy or come sorrow, whatever befall ba&coniutaliont,and manner of liYie. inlendin ORATING COBDIAL. 81 24 4' 81 Jnnj.Y; brass oral and Octagon Stair Bode Stair Linen.
Tbe greatest discovery in Medical telenet. This AC. &.
ia will make for aH. t e.t.bl.b myself among yon, have now ? SYRUP.An June 14 June 7 June U
On moment glory 21
up *' dOle. premise in New York.THOMAI astonishing preparation fur raising tip a weak constitution U 44.54 OIL cLOTHs
tn u
ti"t' HOLLOWAY on scientific principles, ,debilitated by care,labor study, or disease acts 23 21 28 Of every width from one to eight :
-:A scrip on my back and A sta1l'in my ham; 3; corner of q it..,New York. Hounded,article with funded vegetable sabtanc, being(pcr- like a charm. It give* strength and appetite,and pot- Cabin passage, .,. ((2000 dining rooms steamboats, saloons, \e yard Rosewood for han-!

-' ni march on in haste through an enemy's land; PURIFICATION OF TUE BLOOD, UD LIVER cull safe wben taken, and has never been known to terse great invigorating qniliUc Steerage passage (reduced to) 700 mahogany. and snail ,flgnred-faraitareOiKJ.. 1
For ,
heart disease ;
the mod obstinate case. Worms can never ,ill nervous affection,flatulence, Steerage can through to New York ,
but be AND BILIOUS fail in curing passengers go '
cannot .w.
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be long wide
The road rough COMPLAINT" f-mnd
may The eilizrni of the Union 1 dldel exist warn tbi remedy I I. once used, from the (actthat heartburn, levtlvenew, numbness, neuralgia, lairing by the 7 o'clock 2d class train, for one dollar and for. ; figured. ) Cloth,
IH smooth it with hope,-and cheer it with song. free from them Lut all the the spirits,and giving power to the whole system,It is S
of the Liver and Stomach. Scarcely any are it not dpltry. rLlOye. almost miiaculout in ill eflect fifty cents., and by the 1st class train for two dollars. -I : I
50 boule. CURTAILS.
cent a 5
M. A. S. the influence of ihte destructive maladies; hence lire lime and mucous which may remain. 5.

.I' wear f.At The women are prap the mOt handsome THE TAPE WORM. C. A. L. LAMAR, Agent in Savannah. Bilk and worsted damask DeLaine; worsted and

BEST OF THE SAKBATH. worl.up 1 a cern rro.when dll This worm is the most difficult one to destroy of allthalinhabitihe DR. J. S. ROSE'S GREAT PAIN CURER. HERON & MARTIN, ." linen damask De Laine; figured and plain Damask;
treMinf to fa, |.."h.ir good looks human body. 'It jvowt to an amoi Do yon suffer with any pain-If you do you will find o6tf in variety of colors white and buff; for ihadefc "
tad Agents
while yet in bey-dey of lift. Such evi. may indefinite length,and becoming so coiled and immediate reliefby usIng Dr. J.8.Rose.'s Pain Carer. Philadelphia. WINDOW
SHADES.
the
The North British Review illustrates the impor- kewffectually by continually keeping in tbe intestines and Ito acb as to produce Fit. t It it the only preparation which cures almost instantly '
tance sufficient sleep on a psrallcl with the natural blood pure and the Liver auJ Stomach In a healthy action Vims'Dance &c.,which it tl cause of many goingto Sore Throat Rheumatism from Colds, Paint In ibe ,4Eg U S. MaifLine. white Transparent and landscapes medallion gwland, an d

history of the Sabbath: "The Creator has given when life will flowFiuoothly,and resemble plantsin the grave not believing the complaints have side, back, or limbs; face,ear or tooth ache stomach gold, entirely new style? Cord, Lbot.,

tn a natural restorative sleep; and a moral restora- a'coneenlal clime,where an etenal spring of the appears human their origin from tbe Tape Worm; consequently they or bowels,tide or back; stiff neck, bruises,corns,orcbUlblain. New York & SavannahSTEAMSHIFSSEMIWEELY tassels; together with all the various trimm ,
tJTe Sabbath keeping and it ruin to dispense to rr n. A* it regard the preservation be effected do not use the proper medicines for their ciea. To .. Wherever )ou have Paint use the Pain for curtains and shades. *
; life much ,
Under the i of frame and the duration of life may be wbo are afflicted wit this awful fo b, Curer. Bold to all ages. Price 12 1.2. 25,and 50 ceat LINE. GILT CORNICES.
with high l that heallh and can prolonged tOBI
pressure uci.t and I frarlewly "
l ment,ete. hare passed wek Wit say for many year beyond their ordinsr*.-Urnlt*, if rcoullcna. the Uce to be taken llY Worm in dons Syrup of two and ubleepoonfuls Liver. bottle On and after March 18th, the new and splendid Bands, Loops' and Pins, of the great' ,
and
little sleep or none; but when te process is 1.Hollowiy*rllre taken to purify theUoofcaecordinsto ,three>rup tunes a day. Then take torn live to side-wheel steamshipsI I patterns of the latest! lDIportatii; all of wbkj "

continued, the over-driven the rule for health contained- _' Ue direction eight of my Liver Pills to dislodge aud pass tie FOB COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, AND Florida, 1,800 tons, Capt. M. S. Woodhnll will be sold at wholesale or retail, on the most lib-

delirium, and death come pwer can the natural which accompany each bx. \-: W or:!,. Hy stnctly folowinllbele directions,the WHOOPINGCOUGH.The Alabama 1,300 tons, Capt. G. R. Scbenck, era! terms.

amount systematically curtailed without corresponding Case of weakness and debity, of obotinate coses of 'i'ap V cn be speedilycured.ROUND best Cough S)rep In tbe woild. Dr. Rose't Augusta. 1,500 tons Capt. T. Lyon, d29tf WM. H. GUION Agnf,,

mischief: The Sabbath docs not arrive ten years' STOMACH WORM. celebrated Cough Syrup elves immediate relief to the Knoxville, 1,500 tons, Capt. C. D. Lndlow, no Congress ul 57 SL Juiua lti'

lie sleep. The day of rest does not steal over us CUREil BY; L1LLS. This worm it usually found in tie email intestines, worst Cough whether consumptive or proceeding from will leave New "iork and Savannah Wednesday .
like thsourofalumber. does not entrance us 10LLOWAY'i end i* the worm most common toehidrel. Yeti a cold. It allays any irritation of the lungs and fortifies every Jewelry!
I '
of a Letter Johnson Astor and !
ropy Saturday. Je'tcJrJ
Capt confined to a* the system against future attacks. In bottle at SO
almost whether we will or not; but addressing us llou-e, York, Jan.5 not entirely tbm. aul.bae frequently
intelligent beings, our that To Professor Pew ,16. been known to suffer lb.m. ')symptoms cents and one dollar. These ships are the largest on the coast unsurpassed -
.need and notice in and u Inu.wnlirI heartfelt I hive to prominent while affected with this worm,ale hardnessand Children are also liable to Croup; which dangerous in s speed twfety or comfort making theirpassage At Savannah. v.
; its we it bid u, going retr cur I*that I have mOt reelnied,pleasure to health and I ullness uf the bely.tinny btooln, 10lBne..of the complaint yields immediately to Dr.J. S.ROlle' never in 50 to 60 hours, and are commanded by
S. fl b"el .
bowels at a bluish streak under the failing Croup Syrup. Price 25c" "
ronton. strength by taking Pills. For the last I ,picking Ilo.e1 skilful, careful and polite officers. They offer a T OTICE.-
kde we for ourselves to work all your ten year rye, Su. lyouor any of your children have any of Whooping Cough, another complaint ..Iwnwol'lein am in constanirg.lar receipt
days i long till we pay the forfeit The puttered from a demnjeinent of the Liver and Stomach the above yniptoins, IHIJEN3ArK'S WOUAI 1 SYRUP cold and damp weather. The afflicted find great relief most desirable conveyance to New York. l\l of rich and beautiful varieties of Jewelry!

a the man of business, or the ma n of and wa reduced to such an extremity that 1 gave up can safely be depended upon.' By using it you in the use of Dr. Kobe's Whooping Cough Syrup Cabin passage, $23. consisting in part of Diamond Rings'PiU Eat.

letters-finds his ideas coming turbid and slow;the tried my.hlp, never expecting that to go to eon again,.I had but bave a certain, sale, and speedy cure; and if, after which always relieve and prevents the disease from P PADELFORD FAY A CO., rings Crosses and Stnda; fine enamelled JJedal-
recommended
of his faculties be ever remedy wa to me, using it according to the diiecliuns, the patient it not running into other diseases such is inflamation of the Agents in Savannah. lions Sleeve Button
equipoise Ear-rings and .
grows all and bad Nnbn
moody to
i upst given myself up to despair ,, CollarButtons
purpe. restored to health and the worms thoroughly eradicated lungs,dropsy in the chest, and consumption. Price SAMUEL L. MITCHELL and Studs
Sad mental clastici- .
capricious; when 1 ommended to take your Pill* imported Carbuncle do. do
6t rest assured there no SO cent.oJ.FOR
can is rem-
bke should any disaster: occur, he subsides After usilig them for three monihi". the result I b that I from the )stln.you A. for fail, there is no such nl7y 13 Broadway New York. fine 18 k't gold Mountings, Charms. '
t edy
melancholy or in selfdestructionspeeds am now in better health than I have been for eleven beyond grave. I bare the best assortment of
woid fail, with those who use my syrup. good articles
as
and indeed as well 1 in wum ALL DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS To Travellers Going North. now
ever
his guilty exit from a world. Andmanual year pail I. wa my on hand ever ahown to customers. Bicfc
gloomy ASOAR1DE3 OR SMALL THREAD WORMS. pearl box
life. are quite at libeny to make this known forte ,
the worker-the art !I. the engineer, by 101 of oilier These worms,to which the humally.terl5 liable, AND BLADDER. and glass Brooches of the very finest kind fOr fiunuy -

toiling on from day to day and week t week the I remain,sir,yours are the IIICMI troublesome of all otheis. They are generally Dr. Rose's Compound Fluid Extract of Buchn. This ; U. 8. Mail Line. bairwork or Daguerreotypes, baring in our city
bright intuition of his eyes gets blunted;and (Signrd) re-pclfl"Y.O to be found, in the rectum, and if allowed to re it decidedly one of the best remedies ever used for 1)1- the best artists in both branches of the United

nil of their his fingers no orm These celebrated Pill are wonderfully JOIN in main rom the irritation LI1Irout'e. lay the foundation senses of the Kidneys, Bladder, &c., and also for ..Joi Through In 48 to 50 hours. States. Lara Lar-nngs of the most exquisite work

their feats of twinkling cgilitv. nor by a plastic the following complaints: for serious disorders' 8 : of the Gouly flections. Always highly recommended by the manship different patterns and sixes. I hare
mould dead or wield mechanic ; A pic Dropsy IntammationAxliina Low el*and other d"rlngemelt of Ihe ttomarb. The lute Dr. Physic and many of the most distinguished New York & CharlestonSEMIWEEKLY in morocco cases of Ear-ring. Brooch and sets
power Bracelet
touc. matt. Dy nicry, Jaundice best and safru medicine that can I.e used i I. IIUBKN- medical men abroad. Price 50 cenu.
h le' i his daily dJger. Rilinmcumpl'ts Er>.*iiela| *, IJvrr complaints SACK'S WORM SYttl'P. Such is the astotmishingpower STEAMSHIP LINE. ; Ear-rings and Brooch and single Brooches imported -

his locks a prematurely gray, his Blot'be.ou Female IrregI.uinhago of my Medicine over Ascarides,that I defy anyone FOR LIVER COMPLAINT DYSPEPSIA etc. cf finest quality of gold and unique pat
/ BOUTS, and slaving it till he h become a morose or Skin : Bowel complaint, to prodare aca where my Worm Syrup and Liver Leaves Adder's Wharf every Saturday and Wednesday terns. My assortment of Ear-rings and Brooches
reckless man, for an efor or any blink of "holies ulate Fever of all kind Pill ale recommended t be u.ed. that they will not The Livct being the largest gland In tbe human body after the arrival of the cars from the larger than usual,hating had allthe new pattern
'
ex if
lit than other. Then
balmy feelings, he mut opium or Pile, Rhtumntism Constipation of the ture. All that i* necessary is to use the Syrup according more frequently deranged any South and WestON : brought out.
std follows ,
t Dyspepsia constipation cold feet and loss of

directions on each bottle, and in cake a
Gout EelcntionofUu Bowel 10 Gold
gealepiigauve and silver Watches
8.\TtRDAY--TUB KBTTJLSD gPLETDID oaAlflTas for ladies and
appetite;the tkin becomes yellow the spirits droop gentle
sloohot"'I.
in order the
Scrofula Consumption Urine Iltadaclie ,Ihe i it required Liver by their U allay Irr.l8ion: action they and there i is a great aversion to society. Regulate the )MARION 1,20ft tons, W*. J. FOSTKB Com'r. men. I hare the best stock and greatest variety
IndipeslionKing'Kvil produce 'Ylplbi
A RELIGION WHICH WILL NOT SAVE S US. [ blliJ. Stone and Gravel nnd healthy O[>craii Pia., upon the bowels, is the luoat Liver, and )'011 correct all these evils. The surest pre. JAMES ADGEB, 1,500 tons. ever before exhibited(Crystal Palace not e jmtc .)
Ulcers fore .of all kind, Medicine that can be taken. piirallon to take are Dr. Rose's relehiated Railroad or ox WEDNESDAY: I can with confidence invite orders from Florida

There is a religion which is too sincere for hypocrisy Secondary Tic attI'linn.'orm.Tllnour. pleasant HOBCNSACK'S: LIVER PILLS. give Anu-hiliouiFill"appetite and.strength.They carry off the bile,and lOOn UNION 1,500 tons, RICHARD ADAMs, Com'r. and elsewhere as I feel assured my stock must
all. Orders
but too transient to profitable, symptoms Weakness fro'ii whatever caiiffJic. Hi* Dyspeptic Compound should be taken where a SOUTHERNER, 1,000 tons THOS. EWA.V Comr. please can be suit by mail and pack
b to superficial Sold at the )! of ?rofci.or No part: of Ihe .y.tem is more liable to disease than ages or articles returned in perfect
to tho unproductive e'lbl.hment olo\vn person ha been troubled with Dypepia for a long These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safcry throughan
to Liver u lieui with
r her t pro 244 Strand ar. London and by the ; fcuuptied numerous blood-vpl officer of of the
Yel- one steamboats.
ceed l I It but, &far as goes, of medicine throughout the United Stales, ache mid nerves and if diseased the Muod course time. Price 50 tents; but for colds, bilious habits, safety speed and comfort, experienced and courteous -
not false. has discernment to distinguish del<,bt Z17 1.2 cent,87 ci-nt*,and &l 5U each. i flotiinslhroucb all pins of the body products Liver jaundice: .tc..lnke Dr.Rome's Anli-UUious or Railroad commanders tables supplied with every lux G. M. GSJFFEX.

sin, but not firmness cnoug oppose itcompunction ; \\'bolellle. by the principa Draa house 'if the cOII'til' Jaundice, Bilious afTvctioLs, bjtpepeia, Pill*, 12 1.2 and 25 cents per box. ury-which will insure to travellers by this line Successor to the late 1L Eastman,

sufficient to soften the but not Union and liv Me5<'.. 'I. Sands, New Voik.Note. : FOR FEMALE CmrPL.U rrS. every possible comfort and accommodation.This jal9 June.18.1._Savannah,Georgia.

vigor sufficient to reform it It bet whc'n it .-There is a considerable caving;by taking the LIVER COMPLAINT Dr. J. S. [n.e'* Golden Pills, for falling of the line connects with the steamers Carolina and

does wrong, and performs the functions of tin lamer size*. i io attended with chill, fuccccded by fever, severe womb female neaknendebilityand relaxation. Florid, from Palatka or Jacksonville, Florida,and Savannah City Hotel
S ( a N. B.-lurectinn*for this euidnnce of Iatcntln eve- pains in the region of the Liver ionium?, idea r tole, Dr. J. 8. Rose's Female Specific a remedy for _
forsaking it It has of devotion through tickets will be issued to New York.
except ellowlurred ,Pulse and bounding,the
evcl'thin ry disorder nif nffiied to ea< b box. ) tongue ful pain painful menstruation,lucorrbea or white Price one
4. except the stability, and everrthwgt religionS For tale in Jacksonville hv ia the aide U increased by pre&ur;should Ihe left lutiebeclfccudlhe dollar. For freight or passage having elegant stateroom Terms per Day $1 50.;

except the heart This is gve events, T. MCMILLAN pain i U generally iu tie left fhnuliler, All of the above preparation, with Dr.Rose't. Medical accommodations, apply at the office of theagent

and circumstances; it i brought into play by accidents with a shunt dry cough the akin Lcomlnl of a fallow Adviser to persons in ickuet and iu health,to be HENRY: MISROO.V TUB BEST 10CATIOX W TM CTTT-BUT slUr, *ufc

and dwindles away with the occasion which Apothecary Hall. ppurancr.. and Die stools clay-colored. disease had of Corner of East Bay and Adgcr's Sontl!*)Yharf, Tan POST orncx crsrox HOCSC, AXD IXCHAXG

S called it ont Festivals and flt which occur but June 23yRICE'S ran P1LLSm.theyaet be cured by the direcUy use of upon IIOUENSACK'.S the seat of LiVER the di- T. McillLLAN, Jacksonville.Daniel Cabin passage from Charleston, $25; steerage oM established Hotel continues

seldom,are much observed, is to b feared, cease,and .then operating upon the bowels they expel II. Ames,Tallahassee; Samuel Pulrston Monllcello $*._splo MTHIS to the travelling public at the above
bs telo but seldom; while the get fes- all the corrupt and vitiated nialterlrum the yslim. ; A. H. Wilson Newport; ,V. 8herve ee, Pa charge,the home being well fitted
I week Wild E. R. AU'eli. WondMock Mills CHARLESTON end FLORIDAU.
cme every comes to t Cherry 1)Ysl'EPSIA. lalka; ; and of Dealer and constant attention
up being to
tie paid
F 1 respcctfijlly tretd The piety of these. p The rymptnma of Uytptp-la, and ill vniiuui die-!i gi.ncMllthroughout the Slate. d Jy S. Mail Steamers its proper management
S pie comes out ,but is apt to dizziness, the heartburn,
ca-es.are heed oppression| --- ----- An omnibus will be i ia attendance at lbs ateam-
gain .recovery approaches. If they die, thevare COUGH CABDT.AGREEABLE a'lrr eating weal, rouine arising from the lomleb. I boat and
$ steamship and railroad
;pl by their admirers in the Saint's Calendar; &.C.,and..O..timp.J"ncalla"rI',of the whole hody. LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. ; Carolina landings, depot to
'S recover, they back into the world to the taste, and variJ From this it will be "ae OWl*it* aim convey passengers to the hotel where the undersigned
go they orl:1
te and their ranted if used to the are to n disortamzrd slate nf the Liter and Momai h.oUENAeK'8 ; will mate every tSurt to please all who.may
again suspend amendment according directon..wbwh
I reuc ( LIVER FiLLS i I. the Medi- Governor JAMESE. BROOME. : : Florida. favor them with a calL
simple,to cure all of & very : ;
h ca'l ald ,
suspends blow.-Jrs. h.Mxrre. : t'C''f.larv of State F. L- VILLIPIGUE.enU'I.lrnlier.
s : cine and I listing ..
are "uhil Ihe reach of any u.edilne. be>ijp* aOiuil- lo'feet. permanent cure : they act t/. P. CONDOS
T. BRKVAUD.Tna THIOUGH
.. ing relief in cases of CrOul'| AUlul., Calarrli and by cha"gi. certain mUI.id aiuoiiiiol the.,letu ,C.II. ALVi'LV.Allornet : TO PALATKA IN 24 TO so HOURS. JAMES B. FOLEY
lironcliitiaii Icdiclel nSy Marshall House.
( < neial.ll.: I"PAPY. The CAROLINA leave Charleston _
A LESSON FROM THE LAPLANDERS. in the rarly ol TO FEMALE everySaturday -- -
.tae. .
con.umpton.
-UFREME ( lilT JL'IJGL'S.Thomas
Mr. Rice before the public, You will And these Pills an snvitnshhe Medicine in LhlrfJustcv., T.illahavee.t at S I'L Returning will leave Palatka SOUTHERN: mSURAIJCE AGENCY'

: We are indebted to Edinburgh Review for .1 lm'to have discovered or ingf oiomly ciuupounited many complaints t A medicine bllber unknown or known only u separate lion*,either total or pa.li.il; they have been found bomns Ace-iate Ju-tice, Jack.onviKe.: Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A. M. Life
S introduction to "Cartrcn's Travels o Douglas Fire and Marine
our
frt i Lp r.mo'dlu. or II such combination a. preventedthe inesiimable nefitin ,toni.g. and punfjire, the blood CIRCUIT JUDUiy.Wenern. The FLORIDA will: leave Charleston every Tuesday ,
land, work of much interest, which has full force of their beneficial Nor doolie and other. fluid,so tut i wlm-h
ctcet. 10 cure a coulp'all' niny J.J. ulutley, Marianna. at 3 I'. M. Returning, will leave Palatka
S : been translated int English. We refer it here aver that his Cough Candy ha nf the"en miise Iron lumaltf regularities oj INSURANCE.CIIABTEK
t te I..atl.lc.. dil.I" Middle: J. W. Baker Tnlliliossec. Thnrsday 1ft o'clock A. M7 Black Cretk 3 P. M.
;
for tfiepurpose illuntratirig, in a single particular tire Medical Faculty or tins r c uiuieudrd by the of.lgII.pain in the sole,bai k. OLC. PIl.alt the E..I..na.V.. A. Foiward; Piil ifm.Southern Jacksonville, Flidav o'clock A. M. ; .
v the religious condition of the "m;" but be would .lorrUy (il .at;and evctual lemedy to cure following; 1 IIOIU.IM F. King, Key U eft.teOLIClTOUS These be
S have been visited by Lpfders' The Mate,that havingliiuisclfsuffered severely (ruin bioncbUI c..uipiiiit. Gout, Nervou"ii, Melancholy, SickllemiabeGiuhihiiae.5itheumatismn.disiieuispig OF TilE CIRCUITS. trips will regularly kept up except incases OAK LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY .
Ii Chit m'bionaiC. afiectionn, and when either steamer be
kccouiuaiiied by couching ui lil : iis stuis, may temporarily
condition Wi James M. Landiuui Millon. HARTF03D CT.
,, temporal of the lowest .went.,he apptn-d to one of tae Foi'ulty, who>e pio- Uiuiiniiet. of Sialil.or in lart any of I"f diix'iixj that stern, Saiu'l withdrawn for overhauling, which cases due ,
i *p.Ae. A barren soil, a inhospitable clt. hard cnpUounffoided such speedy relief and resulted in ..i.e fOU atletUnnn or the. Liver uf Middle! James M.B.tepiieiis HaAe,, Uumcy,. notice will be given. Capital and Surplus over $2.11\000.>
and scanty subsistence petfevt cure, that be wa incliued oUalu impurity te Kjwiern Alllgawr.Ioull.eln. ALFRED GILL, President JAXES C. WAULST,See.
I br. might regardedU .lcb t 1 Ulood; of tho Bo\ I. D. Kendnck These steamers connect with all
CO.IUplol Henry Tampa.COUNTY the interior
for of the and of the In This will issue policies on the
preparation disposing the mind to thereception knowledge Incrent o.lnlo MEDICAL EVIbENCE. OFFICERS. company Jointstock
Stages of East"Florida and
connect both with
which they might UK.tr, ways and the
religious instruction; and yet the avidity Wit We Tim name,Judge of Probate; second name, Clerk of the New York principle upon mutual plan-4.hua
to live them A convenient and palatable' *nice til hid the re ( steamships, Carolina railroads and ;
benefits
nn.r.ig.d. the of both
of the in Jh.ielhlbavlnj combining at the
this third
people to be SheruT hounds systems,
reepuct seems iicuit: CouiU name ; name the op
pr which be hu of | inl itucci ( incper- Wilmington roads.
their distressing riyutions. At Enure Ila ta..lifoLon aln.lliftel, llp I. lo %%nenever it occui*-Tat Assfekor and Collator.) tion of the insured.
t wfully in ingredient*of which say Hie infrediriila' which Pn
lon. they are com- JS" from Charleston to Jacksonville
tat
prone nycu. 8
two d (::"uuitits. Utn<'er* Foal Otfice.Ecaaibia sage | ; "The strength, ability, and well invested capital
points at which self-denying missionaries tbu candy in comp."d. among which Wild Cherry I I. n.nke thri the b.t fill in use for all disease from Charleston to Palatks $10. !
have established themscves. striking effects the principal, harmless, and may be takenbv of the Liver, impurities the Blond, kc. F.Chnrl..IU.E. De Jordan, Peiisacola.Milton... For further of the institution are, in my opinion, unsurpassed
have attended the the gospel. all per W.
I At the former place Mr. Costren could not fail t, of the Cough Candle now' offered for vale, purportiUK CII\\'IEY. M.D.I. Santa Rota, John Chain,, BELLECHASSE CAEDWELL Charleston. Union." (Signed) R, G. PIYNEY.L ,
to be the product of profound medical rC"larcb. bltwbicb ,. & FINNEGAN Controller Public Ac's State of Connecticut.
notice the remarkable craving of the people for rue UOWENM.I. \\ J. blokes, [ S.J] ,
ar.iii reality tie concoction of genuine Candy Purchase none but those having the of Jacksonville.
signature II
Isaiah
ligious An one occasion of a pastoralS maker,title article i all the" Cobb.jr. blot R B. K7 Slaves insured. California and Australia
I'' H ipeeled 10 cure ill.ikat "J. N. liOBENdACK, all others are worthle..Im Daniel McLeoJ, Euchccanna.CerroGordo.. ItEIDl'alatb.OP1'OSITIOl1 .
sron of streu hour' duration was flesh li u heir to." but i is peculiarly adapted to lha jtstiuiis.Agents. Walton risks taken on reasonable terms.
not found sufficient t aatilf. much less exhaust few ducuse ibovementioneil, and instead of being I Giles Ni.-IIC.Bowei, I The Subscriber ia also Agent for the following
new ,and all other wishins Munroe LINE
.the audience. He Laplanders as unremittingly componed of the poorest quality of withlhecztmactofhoahoundit wishing Ilpple. Fre
lUar.lnfu.pd A. H. Krownell Companies
to become AIPnt. mu the proprietor, J. N. Holmes, ,
p., excercUes occupied, partly for 24 in consecutive the church hours and purt-withreligions : h !bell state of perft-cuon.and i* made contains rolusucar well knownand in its IIOBKN: AI'K.al Race tile ,|.al PHILADELPHIA.'>orat
approved remedies. Try it, and Its intrinsic merit .trect.ab.ve Capital) $200,000.
11.1 their own smoke-filled and uninviting huts. by Druggists and Merchants In the T'nitcd Washington \Vafhiucton Tabor Vernon.
5 Will i all forth a al
; ;I of the people had committed to memory the cpontaneou it *approval fiorn you, Which i States. U. Worthington, It Falatka, Fla., and Savannah Ga. GRANITE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. ?
erelong give a in 1\2 ,
t .hul populanty unparalleled the )
whole of the >ew Tetent and in the public history John fTabor, It (mimE ALL THE WAY,) XEW YORK CITY.
aeryices none of the of Pm-eS5 oOlrm.cenn packue. I Jackson, J. B. RoulLac, Marianna. CapiUl $300,000.
wer necessity! per .
Philadelphia Medical house-Es- John W. Pooler VIA PICOLATA BLAC
'
their books in the Each genuine of Rice' CREEK. AND
opening following Theintroduction package Cough Candy will STATE MUTUAL FIRE AND MARINE ISSC-
James JACKSONVILLe.FLA
S of the gospel 1 to JII. bear on Ihe the signature or T.C. KICK, .Jtolilihed twenty years azo by Dr. KlrKELIN. Griffin STAtARY'S. RANGE COMPANY OF PESN."' .
comparatively -
tl vannah.Ga.envlop 1 a corn.rnfThird aid Uuluu street, Sprucea.d Jesse 111. Clark, ItCllboun. BRUNSWICK, AND DARIEN, GA. ,

recent d bnt they are 8 thoroughly Country merchants ran be supplied by the box,each Pine btaclpbi., t'a blweeD Elias Branch Aspen Grove.James t> The steampacket WELAKA Capital f3ou,000. .
their
I ancient ,
wee idolatry as box containing SO package, at$B S3. INVALIDSAre H. Parker us CaP N' KKG leaves Pa- KNICKERBOCKER FIRE INSURANCE. CO.. .
is scarcely the names of their heathen nov 3-It apprised that Dr. KIMCELIN confines his Tbomu J.Lllnd. IC H -
4rods. It is under such circumstances as these to a particular branch ol Melcll.wliu-h prtce Franklin, Thomas J.Eppes Apalacbicola.Quincy. II'Z'- __ _=. 1atkaeveryMondaymorningArrives CapiUl 150,000.
J ,- t the power of the gospel receives its most happy Ji. undivided attention. He e."UI.I .nla.1 Samuel VV.Spencer. It > at 8 o'cloc NEW YORK AND ERIE FIRE INS CO.

t convincing What a rebuke does UVBB OOTIPLMT ;linst the abase olmu'reury. Thousand a anuually C.TblcpiMi, It at Jacksonville same evening, and leaves Capital $150,000.: .

1 the insatiable iusttion. mercurialized nut of liie. Cevvut alcctoD are Gadsden, E.O.I.uve. Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching at all the These Companies baring cash capital,'safely
for DYSPEPSIA
Laplanders .
poor
R. (; Letter 44Tallahassee.
instruction piomptly extinguUbed.TWENTY intermediate places as above. invested in bond and mortgage, are prepared to effect
to Christians
5Jd convey in our own Jaundice Chronic Nervous Debility 'YF.AR3 OF PRACTICE! S.B.Love, U Through fore from Palatka Picolata and Black: Insurance fin and all kind
::5j 4 land! With all the means of in rich or James M. Smith, ., against damage bj
grace In the treatment of a of diseases .
r and with all the facilities for Disease of the cla hithero neglected Leon, D. W.Gwynn Creek, $3 00 of_property, on reasonable terms. _
nnderaiond .
improving and bat
adc Kidneys impertecUy KIN- .
do enahlid H. Areberjr. ., Through fare from J Jacksonville 6 00 For Insurance in either of the above named Commies
we such thirst for ? author of .
see the KELIN
word Work
o ,( a on ) to
God, such attention its public ministrations,and and all Diseases arising from adisordered prove that nine-tenUis of the. conei Selpre."rltlon II.T. Blocker, It Through tickets are furnished from Jacksonville apply to A. WILBUR
pondering t and Liver Stomach local and coiwtituiional weakness and phY"tal L.U. Demllly, to Charleston for 8 00 eneral Insurance Agent and Agent for the above.
perseverance i treasuring up its or : .Wllt Wakulla George Miller, New Port. 3f The Welaka connects with one of the New
street Savannah.
I saving truths? May we not fear perfunctory suferltigsrelraceable la certain forming the .. Companies, 142. Bay ,
and uninterested of tbt ou Shch a. Constpatoo. Inward Pile, Fullnen 01 mOt secret yet deadly and fatal spring of domestic T.J.31.RichardsonN.. York and Philadelphia steamships from Savannah J. H. H.McRORrJr,
.
ft perusal! Scptu.ou Blood to of the Nausea and G. W. Walk r, It ,
: tbl Held. tmlcb. premature mortality.TAKE every Wednesday. my26y mrS Agent Jacksonville.'
and mt1 *
in the house
apathy Noah It
we may to Harlburn l>ivgu.t for Food, Fullness Wright In the PARTICULAR NOTICE. Posey, S AGENTS.
Cfuion be contrasted at the day judgment Ionlicb.Sr EruciaUon, Sinking or Fluttering at it an evil habit sometime indulged In by Jefferson, 'J'..Chace HonUcello.Madison. K. R. DUKE. Palatka,
with ernete of these imporerished tbe pit of Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried Tbe; solitude, often growing up with them .I.mult.Tucker, 5 BISBEE & CANOVA Jacksonville. T. C. Rice

i,: and hard-faring .-EtcJianye. and Difficult, Hre.tlne. Fluttering of Inn let, hood and which, if not reformed in due time,not t m.n only James Joel Walker D. Morris, IC 1C fb24f S. )1. L.AFFITE.AU, Sayannlh.- ,
Choking or when In a seiiou obstacle
beget to
In'&lon matrimonial
ull.tne but
... ._I' Dimness p happiness Madison A. McDonald C. n.Jasper. manufacturer and Dealer is
ture, Douor Web before the give rise to a series nf Insidious,and devastating Steam Communication
THE GOSPEL Fever and dull Pain In the Peflciency of Peivpi-, affections. potllcd. who H. R.Sessions, 5'
'
r PRECIOU. rton."elowne.of tbe Hea. Eyes, Pain in the thIs pernicious practice are aware of tbeeonsequences give way to T. M.Anderson, 5' BETWIES Everyv p of Common
., &c.,sudden or heat, until find the feelstrange R.McKIDne), It
lide. t'hlihO they nervous
0 precious gospel! Will merciless system .bIWI.d. J. Savannah and Florida.
H Stewart
any had endeavor Burning the "Flesh constant imagining evil,and and unaccountable feelings, and fears in Hamilton, and Fine
o vague CAOTP
&tear away from oar hearts this best, this depression of pirlt the mind. S John Frlnk, IC \
lt sweetest avenue through which one &s CAN BE EFFECTCALLY CUBED BV The thus affected becomes feeble unable James M. Hendry, n 1 The new and elegant steam- Efln-dned. and tto
can enter Would tear from ray to unfotunat Jerry B.Smith! u h packet hot,daap atmosphere of a Southern climate...
the "CapL
you agedandtfl.rnipoortheonlvpronon DR.HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED lar IlI1101ldIor.,or to apply bis mind t Columbia George 8.Herbert, Alligator.Ncwnantville. "ST.JOHN'S
..: which their souls Ills step Ii tardy and weak,be i i. dul.ll80 8. Scarborough It ._.;_- ._.. JAKES FRKKBOBX, will leave TERMS CASH-PRICES LOW.'

.. can repose in peace? Woulcyoudpr ethedyiu GERMAN BITTERS, lute,and. engages i bU i-port with lest energy t.1 Reuben HogaBt, is ni''-..-- Savannah every Thursday coals or BBOccHToar Ajm WUTTAXU ses.SavaiznaIi -

I: .- of their onl11ur W.A.Sheffield, It morning at 10 o'clock, for.Palatka, touching at all .
cnll u.ual.I
Dr. C. M.
i I 1 rob the Wrld of it teU- Would you Prepared by Jackson, he iu emancipate and himself before.the practice bat Alacbua, A. M. Gaston, the intermediate points. I
let-loose of Xo. 120 Arch street wor& enter matrimony, hit marriage isunfruithi B.Yuungnlood, 5'C.L.L'thson,4 This boat has been built for this .
gt every and bring Philadelphia.Tbeirpower hu sense ttlls him that this it caused by w expressly trade; S pjj .
I. back upon the horrors superstition or has large and airy state room accommodations for .

1 '" the atrocities of atheism Then endeavor over the above Diseases i* not ucJld. blerlYlole.al which should. awaken the Dura), Felix Livingston" Jacksonville.. passengers and taking the inland route presents Common assorted Candies, by 25'Ibs. or: ,. -

S :.* vert the gl throw around you the t.ub equalled, by any other preparation In attvutiou those similarly situated.: George filch Bowden Stone, Co superior accommodations for invalids and others. upwards . -- ,- 1,15o.. (,

infidelity at and make mock of State, .the caret attest, i many cue after ..Jrulpb.lla. IIAIUIACE John D. McKinlay, .. This boat will leave Jacksonville on her returnto Common assorted- Candies,by 2oO.Ibs.. or"

futurity but i be rlgon for all these thing bad fulled. rqulre the lVral conditions, In order .Nassau. JamesT. O'NIeIl. Woodstock Savannah every Sunday morning at* o'clock. upwaFrench .vlSe'I'
the attention be the
are worthy Invalid really
may cause 01
God will bittn o mutual happiness. S : For further Frmt DLSugar 1'lama&c.by25The.1.
bringyou iutojudguient. I Mills.Nassau particulars inquire of Capt. Fu -
S >
S 5 wi persuade Pane great virtue in the rectification Diseases Could the veil which coven the oneln of domesticwrelcbednett -.1. -" 44 '
1nftat! a regard for the welfare coun and lesser Gland, Exercising be and true O.Co' BcwnU M 4 son, on board, or toCLAQHOEN S 200MlSe
C .try;If no higher motive, willlndQeeznen ti Marching te Livr power In weakuci and affection t.t ,rld. many.could source it I every instancedlselosed to S A... Braddock U & CUNNINGHAM, ,Candies by 23 Ihs, .. 1 S7CUdU

f. the Christian And every pious heart will Seed*. organs, they are,withal,safe, cern and plea physical dl.qulleatoQ and tei aund t.tp. Gad L. HiggiBhothani, U SIY nah. N, 'aasortedt ,.; ,.; ..45byl4lba

S say;rather let relgon 6f the sun be extinguishedS IOt ,while i yet ,In di.lp St.JohnV, T.C.Humphreys Humphreys, Augustine.1C BJ BEE A CANOVA, Jacksonville. Sugar T p American : : &Tit .
the READ AND BE CONVINCED. to have your unstrung and relaxed orgauizaUon precious light of the gospel re- S Jacob Mlckler, U. BENET & TEASDALE Palatka.,
Testimony from Alabama In favor of Dr. Hoofland'i raced tevivlfied and ,
.
\ strengthened Lemon Syrup from 118 20. of .ti..,J. qod
r' DL A. ALLtXDU.Je. cllebraera Bitters, prepared by Dr U..M. REMEMBER Putnam W.W.Tumblin. ,. ralatka. splJy__ ___ May 20th. .a a '" U ft. ..A Oa. ,
U
t The greatest remedy He wbo places himself under Dr. kinkehin's ttanhstausUlin.kl, _
\ .
"* treatment
Rcuaiors IxgTKCcnox or Suva.-The* follow- fo Complant Dyipepria, Jaundice, Nervous may religiously confide in bit honor a Nathan Norton 5 For Enterprise charge for boxing or'dehvery,at railroad

i4 ing passage occurs in a lato address of L lu kidney, 4tc.tc.HicfcMO and rely upon the assurance that the secret s l of ntemaD.. Marion,. John Robert Mcintosh Bullock, Ocaia.ItII. '.: a *'* and Intermediate cr steamboa'o y', .to aHa

of South Carolina: Dip Gren. Alexandria, Ala., September, patient will never be disclosed.Young ,. ,. .
D'f does seem be a wide field of 1853, aidi "WI have taken pain t introduce yourGerman man-let no tala mot ty deter you-freu J.M.Wlllis lIeltelltton, IC It 5 ,Landings on the GEORGIA. mARBLE WOBZS.SUMMEY ..-
.e & useful- Bitters,and ws find to *very valuable making your case to from education .5__u .-;. ", a
.JC:opening t the ehu especially among the' medicine." 1 b and can certainly befriend Levy, ., D. A.Mol'pD, .".Wac._ .. ,,. -r S St. John's River.Thar ;. \' WH1LmmLIlAGto.p (' -L
re.ptbI11. O. BASKET :
j fo. JohaR.Hatgher 5 J.
. pultn a great field of 5,.A. Robinson, BelerOt. Ala.January 30,'1851, they will conceal the we.ret in their Robert Wattenston .4'flillsborough Steamer, DARLINGTON Captain JAXIS to.&nDra.
that bears equally upon the aid: "Your mut eventually have a large I own beans, and cure Alas, bow often it BKOCE. will leave Jackaon'fille'eery'' Saturday S ; (irecuesod C0.
I! "..conlinence of hymen and clergymen. We 'owe ale; al tbO who oed It IB the fall liked it very Ibis a fatal delusion, teDev.ho a promising young Simon M.Cunnhsghm Turm.lI.L' 'Tampa.. U, rnornSir at 8 o'dock.arri'fing. same day.Leaving THIS establishment has been ia kneeessJbJ ope* ,4-
". j .thIs peoge much. bass bees much deceived here man. wbo niva fur number:. The *.
Instruction,'and unless by might been ornament 5 o'clock.-XODd'l morning in a }
pole I .B T. u. Palatka
.,pay 0, Edo_ < hgO we be Justified in the we trifling ,and. that aflbcu the sale of has faded from the ear I 'liet. l flernazdo, Joseph Kendrlckr H.Taylor ,De Solo. I. with the;steamers Carolina and Welaka, are well opened and the tasHIe i" trperio* to nf
c valuable.Bitten, l i it become Strictures of the connection wft-
latent OfOoa and man. m your e..w ., Wt.i are rapidly removed by the In the United States. We have !
W.M.flarnjsoa 'a' Lake'Monroe same day. .Returning
hippy will' ieach'
( ; fcaown. : of I''
\ 4 Z nave Lund no opinmu to combat this t sy application a new thcrapeuUcal agent' ,used only I) Charles McMlJuI, USE.L.Oelph at 5 o'clock Tuesday I cilities for cutting out and tI.nI hiD(work that we
Mu1ft 01 lubJet V.Foe Ala., January 1. 1M1; laid: Dr. K. : Weakness and Constitutional ., ''u' will leave Enterprise morning HeaditoBe.
..lj: $ of slaves in South Carln Tukec.well,and I think eon.linueio I ,DblUt pmpIeudadful S and Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, and can ftinushMoirament8TombsT,
for tbeij religious a litu Mtteygiv* good iUjfaclion ty.l who Vlfrltr. -S ,. -Monroe., ..8eojamlD Sawyer, ICey W..f., 'arrive Jacksonville same day.' and every thing io our line bnafaesa i*better

.. -l'Thegre4dithculty lies In the an howahall ave D.t.". Uo S Caa have (b)staling their case explicitly, together Peter Robert Cruo---:CIark -- -. "IC .: .A.'M< REED AgH at Jacksonville style and. it cheaper 'S rate S than. B7iJm5Jf thu

;.beecnnplisbed' And this inu to refer 1 Dr. .Leoard. Fayette Court House, Ala.;Jan. wt.1 terlp.per letter,enclosing a remit. U L.L.REID&g'tiitralatk&Steamer conn' '
J ,tnotber 10.i8S3aiid<...Vonr Bitten have done wooden In ). '- 5- BameehYoung, .Jnlf _.men tt fa considered W wtWe ..V''frr'J
rd mrtorsetiIreiearnesdeYote4 lbur. ction., Ayouths so.oaM.uutt.rt.q., Forwarded u any .appatecUcolel'r. Orange._ ; ;AIae"oll S.tJpeer, E.terpriM,. Jssr'pZ0fit,53d ao hid AhLAIul

S 1 the whole oft c ethic county,bad been for* veral months under the 'p.ekedsecnrefkombA5AGZ or CURIOSITY.-1 f ArffiarClnnu Elijah W.oII,. f.I5nmpCIr ., : Mount Pleasant. the,North pay no; 11 war be .eeubatwedG poaest Stelal

.. ,.omJe 'thoughts and prayers. J eu o b petta. wSt'relief maa., and the HEAD: ) --:r aud31wli6odiA -- ., S W. WUUatu" ,; A4lamlYiDct.. ''. '.- This ateamer,which has been .. ad'fl1Jlaget cmP ov.AieDdaIDll'tIM aU eestpeales 1 :.7 n tit
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'. .K ,--_. I _'. scarcely ale t leI.about, commenced With atop te BIt .. :, D.O.L. : t.; u-t-s i .put in condition for effecveservice WiicodiiUy lOIici p Iexami.
.. .lit mach relief from A PREkilDBEA E.B.aoactr.t' works an4-eompart oarpricerwith
the bid'
Out 'IQORqUS.LIPB ia to
ter four 1 now prepared
1 'AEmirtaif until S 'plfIIII1Ii1.! :. l IIdbn ordernk0tth&! ImubIo.
Napoleon's b & a clt.cure wm eOitct. __ 'resume"her regular Dusiuets those of"othe! yardII
.Fn Ltzcfe. Bonaparte, second son of the co'I' He I is perfectly well sla. DEATH.KlNKELWONiELFPRiaeRVATrNoslSSeta.. S v bntb.St.John'in'tie towing vessels rafts .. ; r _' ". :J T

t i 4 k.. : :bi'.liu; .! e l and dOUe priestly -,11.MOBE W. Chancy TEflTIMONV,MWebr.FROM Kentucky,8OCT1I October.15." .I 1 a wort eminently,ADl't .la..1. re.WitE'RaleB .-' :.T .' : I :. z: &.,sad performing.gnch':other.service. as.may, 'be We haTeonhlnd Moortoeni-ft 1DJahad'worE.atoueYard1nWitletb Mouumcuti,

r ? ,vlug.etIKh a I8tlad"Iuln 8do Bitten MOM time, i toDtC vices .1 ,A',. I, ,. 'itig. appointea by special contract. ". : large Tombe ACo where our ARea' )G.W.&
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.EDgageJJ1enta'rbe
ttelop 1 every. bat ; .u' work i fa.dcusthiMil1&
S '.. 7_' conic tmisrioy notice." Ul iiajr1.f : riUiill at will ae af ur pnices..u?,principal
f. 'I' fof the of &m the Captain jn charge of her, at any point '1 .'.1 f' !'rI
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N t"I .tf' i'wee aid Nelson: r*..E"a.'SaIYI').'KetYJ: .i 1 lei. ._ Life just PloDato: : (J 4.wdU,.wiI1 be purchased at this Office,faluge which she may be- upon the route, or wltH nerjpnH I 'Addtul'.-.- j.- G.- R.LUlN ; .

Lr Lr'S' ,,. 'tf'i'i liratcd Medicine line fully wilculntd annl..I.I. 'A I letter ,a from te Yes sinai -r. qnantiUet and -a fiur price'offered prietor. CRI- .WjLLEtV: : DTI'L .WorkJ'.o.c.i

wit n tce &e Yaq.e1. orttio same, by the pound. Jon a6f a

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