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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 13, 1854
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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THE CIMEB Aim.ns COMMERCIAL VALUE I its: strength, and the privations i it About 9 o'clock last evening, two of any furtlier f c 3'that develop Russia and j"I'OII

Ve, itracfrrom: a long and interesting can suffer, he ventures to traversethe boys, named! Reed and Sommers; : themselves.. may ... to restrain her from the SA.N. Y.rdri tf IfiF.?:. '

article 1 ,. a description of this trackless desert. When it lies each about fourteen years of age, Every'effort -will be made to d1. perpetration)jut'they of a greater wrong ; .- TIIECATIIOLICCIiRCfl1.FIC11LjT: : ':. '
are
remarkable animal. It will be remembered down to receive its load, it rests were walking along Plum -street, cover tho' perpetrator this outrage Tdeplorable not PrePared to resist' Last fill: we published-sa icooimt of the'difficulty .

that Congress has entertained upon the call sities of its breasts : near Perry, a small street between i and we rditstrongly urged this; : consequences which which had occurred: between the.TnuteM of the
must ensue if they) ,were i St Look' Church of Bufljlo and the .
Roman
Cttho-
a proposition to inquire into ,-aud limbs. It is ridden upoq, laden Fourth and Fifth, when' they were morning i : by influential men, that a ed to iseparatetbemselvea nowtempt lio Bishop of that Diocese.. It will be remembered

the expediency of introducing them : or unladen, either with or witHout accosted by a stranger, who askedone large reward should be offered for temperate .but from 'the that the Trustees refused to{KtTe( np to the Bate*.
,
as'leasts of burden upon the plains the pack-saddle ; if without, the rider of them if he wanted a job- his apprehension. Almost any amount : { of tho? Western:.unflinching! powers.d<<:terminatIon the bailding property,and of aba the demanded Charcb; the osIgofmIotad reawrat of aa oh-). '

and deserts which intervene betweenthe rides behind the lump, using $o Reed said' that he did, but Somers could be raised at present in our city .even more deeply interested Thcy'ar noxious Priest Archbishop Bioua WM commit. '

Mississippi and the Pacific, and manner of bridle, guiding the beast said No, they did not." The stranger for this purpose. Let it be done. are in securing the thanwe doe stoned inrestigttioa to settle the decided matter in in favor dmpvte of the, and Bishop.after '

this report seems favorable to the only by striking gently with a stick then told Reed to come with him. '.' of the Danubc.and in independence The Trustees refused to abide by the decision of tie
We remember however 011 his neck. 1.lesaddle} when used They Plum From kt London Tima,Jtm 14M. taking care Nuncio, and published a few daft since the follow- .
scheme. to passed along street to that when peace is restored between iDI*card, which we take from the Baasio Cb****.
J have seen it stated by Lieutenant is placed upon the withers, in front Longworth, and then along Long THE CONFERENCE o7 TilE EMPEROR OF Russia and the those ctal Adttrtisir: .
porte treaties
Lynch, who employed the camel in of the hump, and the legs of the rider worth in the direction of Plum.- AUSTRIA( AND THE KIXU, OF PRUSSIA. which established Russian, protectorate article In your purporting paper of to the hare 5th been bat written we bare by Cardinal read aa,

tho transportation of boats and baggage when mounted, rest upon; tileanimal's When about, half-way across the The conference of the Emperor of in Ottoman dominionsand might-, I. also Fraosooia the remarks, Prefect made of the Prppamnda in Borne aa
i by Bishop Timon on the
that their progress was infole.rably neck :' when razzias arc square, the stranger told Reed- to Austria andthe King of Prussia at at any time, be made the pretext of affairs of SL Louis'Church,which are. to construed .
slow, we think less than four made, two men are mounted on each. take a small box which he handed the castle of of should as to induce the public general to .think, and. '
Teschcn occupation or
war not be
naturally continues even to bring them to believe,that the
miles an hour. This interfered with In rising from its crouching posture, him, and convey it to the Marine to excite in the highest degree revived in the same form. They tion ofSt. Louis' Church h>te DOW.by eongrega the decision \ .
ideas of the the camel which is in situated the had in Rome on the subject, yielded to the demands .
Hospital
our preconceived speedof general so e.liberate. upon next corncr the curiosity and the solicitudeof must be aware that no conditions of made to her the destroying
by Bishop thereby -
this desert ship," derived princi-- in all its actions, mounts on viz : the southwest corner of every cabinet in Europe ; for, although peace, which do not secure these objects the act of incorporation of said church by

pally from Robins Narrative, and its hind: :legs very briskly, as soon as Western row and Longworth street, nothing can yet be known will now be entertained for a conformity submitting with to be the governed rule adopted in temporal the matters Seventh 1 ia -

bcnliam and Clapperton's travels : the uider leans on his saddle to and told him to be careful and not with certainty as to the results of moment by Turkey, or by England, Provincial Council of Bishops held at Baltimore ia
spring and throws him first turn it overas he be hurt. The 1849, which reads! as follows:
up, forward might
this interview it is evident by France and
or that
,
1eo.lfttI.JJiitiffigatht', Jan', 184.I ;; that the consequently, AancLIIITho!Cithers ordain! ,that all church
I I and then backward ; and it is boy took the box; and'instead of delivering German powers are now about to any propositions based on such condi- es and all other ecclesiastical property which bar

INTELLIGENCE, DOCILITY AXD TRAINING not until the fourth motion,when the it at the hospital left it at take a determination of the utmost tions would only shake the Union of faithful been acquired by donations or the offerings of the
for
OF THE CAMEL. beast is entirely on its legs, that the the store of Mr. Stockton, in the first> consequence to the public interests of the Four Courts, without producingany Bishop of religious the Diocese or charitable; :unless nse shall, belong be made w'the

rider can find his balance. The story of the hospital: building. the world. The of specific result. to appear, and be confirmed by writings that it
Russia must be
4'hc camel like a child Emperor They waS
grows up : granted to some religious order of monks, or
under the tent of its master,partakesof camel signifies that it i is sufficiently A clerk of Mr. :tockton:> lookedat has been called upon, i in pursuance of aware that their own subject, and to some congregation of priests for their use. .

I his plenty as well as his penury, loaded= either by a hiss or a shake of the box, and found.that it was di- the principles adopted in all the pro- public opinion throughout Europe, Bedni We: admit of hU that mission the report to the made United by: Archbishop States! has

!, enjoys his song, ana understands his the head ; it will refuse to rise, if rected by a small card fastened uponit tocols of Vienna and in the treaty of are deeply concerned in their decision been sanctioned: by the Propaganda in Borne, as
laden with even half a pound beyondits to J. H. Allison Marine JIo Berlin and recede being/ in accordance with the rule and statute of .
bidding. Its docility springs from pi-- to evacuate the principalities to at all this moment the Catholic Chnrch: and also that all the trabsae-' .

habit and reflection-nay, we may almost exact burden. A drove of camelswi11all tal, corner of Western row and Long. ; and we can now consider the from ,the position they have gradually tions of the 'irneprefato while GovernOr of Bologna/
"
say, from moral feeling ; for it rise or lie down at the wordof worth street." He then deliveredthe eventual course of action of the German assumed would be fatal. Lastly: were sanctioned any kind of by misconception the same college.on the But part,to of prevent the-

rebels when its temper is not sagaciously command; a;) if struck }by the sameblow. box at the office of the hospital], powers, whether Jie yields to they must perceive, if they do not publ'c! as to hiring yielded, we tko the liberty to'
1.'l1earc made to eat in a ] in the of the this in the sUte that there is no design whatever on the part of
S managed. When the French immediately rear store, summons, or whether he rejectsit. persevere course they have the congregation to aeede:!! to the demands made by .
went to Algiers and got possession of circle, all kneeling down, head to in care of Dr. Cummings and Dr. Should he reject it, as would adopted, until.this war is terminatedby the Bishop, nor submit to be gorerned in temporal .

camels, they thought that their obedience head, and eye to eye ; within this Baker, Jr., who told the clerk that seem to be the more probable of a solid and equitable> peace. they matters, not being according thoroughly to the said acquainted ArtS IV with, though our

mig ht be enforced like that of circle of heads is thrown the fodder ; Allison was not in, but as soon as he these alternatives, little doubt can would forfeit the confidence ot the pos muiy:tion,may think it a rury critical one.

I mules and asses, by simple beating: ; each: camel claims its portion, eating.I came they would send it up. be entertained that the Court of Vienna Western? powers, without gaining the whatever Our opinion to do is,that with the spintual.tien temporalities: ; and hare we nothing,hay.

but they soon showpd their conquerors that directly opposite to its head. They examined the box, shook it, is resolved and prepared to enforce 'good will of Russia, and would, in nothing to reproach ourselves with, wenot baring '

I that thc'wcl'e not to be so treated .E TRAVEL. ,I and supposed it to contain brown paper by arms those conditions which fact, place themselves between the been State the that aggressors there is not in this the afl'least' r.foundation We beg leare for the# ,

i and that both their kick and their The progress of the camel is: in i or :something of that:: kind, from the Western Powers are already contending forces, without even the belief that the congregation of St.Lou>>'Church wilt
'contending.: for and which Austria protection of that which ever yield" 'the request made to her, baring re- '
rather formidable. The slow the sound neutrality
bite were general especially when collected : peculiar: rustling emitted sol vetUo remain in the situation in which she II, until -
Arabs assert that: the animal is so in numbers to compose"a caravan from it on being.shaken. They soon herself has uniformly declared to be they, at one time, professed to ob it snail please the Bishop to provide her with ..

I sensible of ill-treatment, that, when ; but its pace is regular and uniform after sent it up to the room occupiedby the; fixpd and indispensable object of serve. These considerations appear good existed priest, and, therebr wh.ch'ia: i causing now so that rery peace much which needed once for '

this is carried too far. the inflictor and constitues no inaccurate Mr. Allison, who is steward of her policy. .to us' to be so obvious and so irresis1 the propagation of our holy religion,to be restored

I will not find it easy to escape its ven measurement of distance over desolate i the hospital. In a few moments,. \\, hen Count Orloff was informed, tible, that we have: never allowedourselves the In reply to this sentence card of the excommunication Bishop Buffalo,issued which at
following
geance. :Eager, however, to express regions, whcre.thcre is no guide, I they were startled by an explosion I during his short mission to Vienna, to doubt that they wouldat U pubhsned! in th3 Buffalo Seniixtl: .' '

its resentment, it no longer retains It does not appear that the load of that: shook the house to its founda 1 of the nature and extent of the con- last prevail over every obstacle] i WhiruM, the Trustee warned of of their St. Louis C&nrch, .

any rancor, when once it is satisfied ; the camel materially affects its progress tion. A crowd_ of a thousand eager I II cessions required of his master, he and convince the German (Courts that ceed.nga though frequently, and duly notifiod impending 8n-CatboIicilfP-excommunication -

and it is even sufficient for* it to be- ; the chief difference that I and excite people were soon on the replied that the concessions imposed: they cannot hope for..safety and impunity church ,law. cease anddisc'p'ine not! their: and usurpations whereas the against National \

Here that it has avenged its injury. case, lying in the 'daily duration of I ground. anxious to learn all the par- on him by Austria would have the in partial concessions, or in Council,held at Baltimore; in 1332L declare :

When an Arab has excited the rage its march. The camels are tied one ticulars. effect of rendering the war against terms which do not secure all the essential that all who do what sud Trustees hare long been ,
doing are, by the fet, under the sentence of excommunication -
'
of a camel, he throws down his garments after another, held together by The sound emanated: from the ex- Turkey impossible, and that Austria 'points-at issue in this quar- pronounced by the Holy Councilof '

in some place where the animal strinars in their nose, and arc not allowed herself might as well declare war as rel. Trent against such transgressors church dis-
of combustible .
plosion> some material If c'pline, and whereas the Siid Trustees did them-
\ is to pass. It immediately recognizes to graze during the march.- place> in the box, for the accom- exact them. Undoubtedly I \b- indeed, the policy of the German selVes appeal to Rome< and the Holy See send a .

I the clothes, seizes: and shakes This is an advantage ; for much time of t.hehellish ject of Austria, as well as of the states were governed by; the Nuncio decide that case,11 judged and decided
Iishmont. purpose thatIt Western Powers is to render this spirit and the foresight of Frederick that the Vmstces were wrong; that the Bishop was
them with his teeth, and tramples would otherwise bo lost, by the cam effected. Dr. Baker, who was in rght: and that "he could not hare acted other- .
upon them in a rage. When its anger els cropping herbage by the way.- hurried war of Russia against Turkey impossible the Great or Maria Theresa, we w.!e than: he did." Whereas then, the Nuncio exhorted
an adjacent room, to the the refractory and the Trustees to
is. thus appeased. it leaves them, The files in not only at the present time, should venture to hope that their their obey
are twenty or thirty and found, Mr. Allison Bishop and said: "The congregation of St.
and the owner then and number and sometimes thee files apartment, but for the future.' If, therefore, measures would not stop here. For "Louis'church, by adopting: the course indicated,
may appear upon his knees, near the 'window, Russia persists in carrying on this ;the first time since the partition of "wh.ch: alone is just and mdispentible: w>,l glre: 'a '
guide.it as he wills. There is no arc double. In mountainous districts with his clothes on fire. lIe tore: "nob'e proof of fiith and charity. But .f theyr.-
trouble in littering or feeding the united otherwise one war, she docs it at her peril, and in Poland, a rupture appears to be imminent "fusf, 1 cA only see in them persons faithless. to
they arc ; them from him and discovered that "
the between the three Northern their duties, who can never be received AS obedient -
camel.! As its load is taken I would draw another opposition to military as well as "
as camel
soon slipping, his bowels and that sons of the Church of God. The learned
were protruding
,
the; political strength of Europe.- Courts which shared in that trans- Xuncio ending his mission: by those words of tu '
off, it !is turned out to grazeon whatever after it, and so the whole line would.be ho .-
otherwise
was horribly mangled, ..Th? latest intelligence from Vienna :action. Let Austria and Pruss'a: last letter to the Trustees:
it can find around its owner'stent thrown\ into confusion. The ope- The Doctor. asked, Why, Allison, ask "'Now, then, it becomes my duty to say that
and never looked after until it ration of piercing the nose and passing represents that the Russian staff, : themselves what they have gained your answer is truly painful, especially teen envoyof
what has done this ? He answered
by it. Let them review the the Holy Father to whom referred
acting, no doubt, under orders fromt. dip- yon your
is again required to continue its through it piece of \voodwhich A torpedo in that box, Doctor.- case. The sad conviction forces itself on'tae that
journey. At other times, it sheltersthe is to serve as a bit, is painful, and Petersburg, is ..alreaily'alterina' lomatic transactions of the Congressof yon disregard altogether Catholic principles con
The of the wife from the adjoining
screams the disposition of the Russian armies I Vienna at the moment when Alexander sequently that if you persist, itonly remains form.
weary traveller, stretched along causes the animal utter loud wail room, now called the attention to deplore the sad position in'which 700 placedyourselves ,.
in the manner which was long [ announced his intention to in the face of the church but the
tlio sand ; watches o'er his slumbers, loand sure" has, in no case whatever ; responsibility
of the Doctor to her and
groping -, :avail himself of in which rests on selves."
the inevitable position your
out tilbe
pointed by us as -
and like the faithful dog, warns jm so good an application as it ago The learned and "
; > his in the dark, he fonud same pious Nuncio! writing to -
way I lIe 'and
stood the
Its insflRt result of the warlike attitude of to annex Duchy of the Bishop, the Trustees and of their abettors
of the enemy's approach. has to the i of the camel's S&1of
4
progress her the bed in the most
lying near Warsaw to his empire. If the : I consider them as not being Catholics at '
Austria. The divisions enor-
advancing
enables it to smell thc'dislant water, march. It is in the desert it '
gi"esproof extreme Her clothes were heart, and Bight Rev. Sir, should your Episcopal
and it recognizes the spot with wonderful of its peculiar advantages its agony. southward to the Danube by V olhynia mous acquisitions of Russia from the ministry inspire you to declare so, in order thi t
; fire and the flesh had been blown
on Poland Catholics know who their
Podolia and. :Moldavia, are stopped spoils of are contrasted with good may are brethren
precision; it is the very typeof long perpendicularly erected, from the sides of her face. Her left 1 the extension and and who are not, and that those who are now led OBlr
patience, fortitude and. perseverance removes its head from the sand in their march, so as to confront paltry questionable astray may no longer be deceived as to the right or
arm was also broken and horribly 1 of such in the benedictions and benefit of the
the Austrian armies of Gallicia, the advantage provinces as participation
load
charged with -a heavy its which! it half *
; waves ; eyes, keeps mangled. Catholic Church, leave it to your diacretion and to r '
Gallicia Austria
Posen to
the sand Jukowina and Transylvania, which o or whereas the
constaully.travelling over shut well defended by thick your holy inspirations. Finally Holy
are
,
-from which its nostrils The Doctor: tore the clothes from command..their right flank, and their .Prussia, it is evident that the practical See has since approved the judgment of the Nun
shaped
eye lids, largely provided with hair ; cio, though sad and reluctant the Bishop is bound C,'
her and carried her result of the .
into the lower I has beento
while ,
like narrow oblique slits, and provi-- the construction of its feet prevents line of :march ; a still larger partition to fulfil hu dut,. Alas! ansrc1ewhchtheTru.tees : .

ded with a sphincter mucle, like the its in the sand its part of the, building. In the meantime force, belonging to the 1st and 2d advance the Russian dominionsby hare just published in the public papers,boast .
deep
treading ; amid untruths, of their
dctjimn
help had arrived and Mr. Allison Russian and several degrees of longitude to ing; many
eye lidsare defended"iUi long hairs enable it to over the divisions of the army, never to comply with the decision of the Holy! .
to long legs pass was also removed!!! from the ruins, reinforced by five regiments Grenadiers the west, and to place her armies in Father,renders this sad duty more imperatire. '
at their margins-exposed: hunger, with half the
same space only number I then declare the said trustees of St. LOU'Church
and the fire extingqished. The room threatens the Austrian frontierto' the position they now occupy, threat-
thirst' and tile hottest rays of. the of of other animal in Buffalo; to wit: Messrs. Martin Roth,
and steps any apartment:: about ten by twelve the northeast from the kingdom I Iof ening Moravia and threatening Berr Alexander Allen brand, MichaeL Hesmer, Jacob
the
fan, it suffers fatigue pain and, therefore, with less fatigue.- feet where the took These for [lin. The full political and military Wilhelm, George Fisher, Nicolas Ottanot,J'. P...
Poland.
with incomparable meekness ; it lies These advantages give it a solid and explosion place, preparations Munschauner, to be excommunicated with .thsf
downon the burning sand without is badly torn to pieces, the northern active hostilities against Austria are effect of the annihilation of Poland major or greater excommunication, sad through
easy gait on a ground, where all the authority given to His Church by Almighty '
felt before because the
blown the Vi- was never
being well known at ,
betraying the least degree of impatience : other animals walk with slow, short jartition away entire accompanied, as js God, Father Son and Holy Ghost, I do hereby,' '
while at all able. to support i length, tho plastering shattered enna,.by secret attempts of Russian contingency now. before us had not then, excommunicate them; declaring further that
: and uncertain steps. In fact, it is I the sash and 'shutters :Slavonian-; previously occurred and we speak all who may henceforth accept the office of Trustee ,
from ceiling, glass agents in the south provinces ; .
tho it
4its load-and continue journey, in in St. Loua'! Church, to.continue the present OB
strains : nerve to proceed it only mounting or descending, or broken to pieces, and the furni- and even in Italy, to excite disaffection here, not of the wrongs of the roles : holy opposition the Church scipline: ,will ijuofacto '

crery ] upon a wet and marshy soil, that it ,are hurled in every direction.Mr. and rebellion against the themselves, or of the spirit with .. ;tint: is, b/ the tory bet, incur the lame majorcscommnnicition. ..
relaxes !
neither flags nor until ::1.1)30-) Wfcomcs' unsteady or unwieldy.- .:: .V;. .
outwhcxt falls to rise Allison lingered for about two Austrian government. On both sides, which they endure them, but of the Pray for their conversion, that they may rctnra .
lutely worn! Sometimes, when there are many therefore the Courts:! of Vienna and public interests of Germany and of to Catholic unity and that their. souls mab* --
'
in the most excruciating ,
hours .
no more ; ,tl'5: rendering its last camels travelling together the drivers ago saved in the! Day of JudgmentGiren
when he died. Mrs. Allison still St. Petersburg have taken measures Europe. For it an independent'stateb in the Feast of the Deters: of Corpus
to
breatt'on it
the very spot ceases beat drums, and attach small ny will :r.:4June.: 1S34,, from cur residence in Bui
the least are against one another,which are not ofa ? ever restored to Poland, it Christi.
farvives not hopes .
but '
,
be itfefal. Tho camel is occasionally bells to the leading camel's kneesand falo. .fJOILV, Bishop of BaffacV!
of
to bo Austria be tho policy neighboring -
) in'tho and other entertained her recovery. nature forgiven. only by Here wfh vea distinct issue between U, ecclesiastical ,
Orployed plough; if it becomes necessary to quickentho Wo learn from other I sources! that has thrown betweenlzsia and her states, who have learnt by expe- authorities of the Catholic Charon, claim ,,
agricultural 'nursoits, like. oxen or pace, the Arabs strike up a kind I fatal to them- ing temporal well as spiritual supremacy, and
the
stated intended whoso mere rience consequences
Tartar countries of Allison previous to .his death, pray an araxy, the trustees of the church ofSt. Louis, who ceir
cheering
.and' many which has the effect -
)hOrses ; itt' of song, his suspicions a"s whom he believedwas I rC3ence on tho frontier is more embarrassing selves of that act of injustice. It the right of the Bishop to interfere in tim;0" ,
it [s'1: sed to draw the coaches the whole party and urging the Pl forms of the system of France matters,, and determine, that they will exercis*
the His to raskiewitsch! no part
willed
but perpetrator. description prince their rested rights, and control the property
of the kingsnnd remark that princes when; used physiologists in- forward -., exactly corresponds; with'that of the than the allied forces he"b" td encounter and'England to excite by underhand !. them!As,a in punishment defiance of ecclesiastical their disobedience authority.the' trustees '. '

the elevation of From Cit Ctruinnvti; Tinwi, J-*** 27. boys :as to tho !stranger who gave ,beyond the Danube ; Russia, machinations, or by open encourage- hive been excommnnicatei, and are now on '
the yoke harness, them the bos.tTho the other hand seriously threatens ment, the" hopes of the disaffected ; der the Ban of the Church,with but one alternatiTt.By .
:. on. ,
of waste of the decision of the Nuncio and
a to
its shoulders is cause desire to submitting
for the of EXPLOSION OP" AN INFERNAL MACHINE : box,judging from the fragments -' the territories of,Austria by her and, however we might see? fnr'njr up the control of the property, which they '

. strength besides, purpose all AT CLVCISNATL was"mi.da: from black wal utwoodand armies in, the field, while she secret- concord. and content, introduced' in hold trustees under the laws of the State they
used at reoedred
tnwuon, it eaJ1'onll be of which are now, may mat.heir peace andb. again into
,its fleshy feet Last night,.about twenty minutes was about fifteen inches. ly assails the integrity: of the empire some parts Europe, the Church; but thisther exhibit no disposition to
upon-: flat' ground, : in obedience by.military power, On the other hand, their resist
"' wide and four deep and : encouraging! : those revolutions kept I do. by continuing
the entire western long.-six :
o'clock ,
Vhichare i two in number, and not after 10 it is not business to reconstruct I ance to the eeclesiwt'ciii: authority, they cut then
'of the:city was thrown into the contained metallic case filled with : which tho Emperor Nicholas our : salves tit from the Church,and become entrelr iso-' ,. aT
not part it is
externally' separated; permitting of the the'IJa: "Europe.. But our lated,not >testantsfor they adm't the spiritual ,
one C p pr
the and perforated .with ,small was wont to prescribe'as ? I
it to ascend hill and draw a carriage greatest: consternation? by com- powder, business to weigh'the motives which supremacy or the Pope yet prowtaD&, in protLt .,
L the diabolicalacts holes 'portions of it have been most dangerous and dishonorable h' .
beast of jssionof oneof, most lug P.gInst temporal.uprern -
after it. It'is as a ? Under 'mahave induced our ,own govern.ment. The ultimate determiDatioD ofbe truateea In this
> .warfare -
'Wden; :'that" the camel 'is chiefly that has I ever disgraced the ,an- found and placed in.safe keeping, as weapons o political and', those of 'other states, to l ease will be awaited with interest,for similar eases' \
less it lead to defection of the these circumstances,the reestablishment -. aria., and the mult .. '
in this nals history. It was no a may of, Russia may naturally be expected to
valuable i, and ;Its qualities : resist thai encroachments *
destruction of ,two assassin., -peaceTby t1le mere accep-- o the present eoatrorersj,wUI hare sa iafiusac fa!
'capacity,..are improred: to a $****. deed than' the I 'conditions'tend red,;to tile even by force.of arms.and to consid the future. ..
and'wif-W what .During ;tho last few months several tance/of: Ti.
husband
which jives-a and securities
ia barriers
it
extent the'mode. in : 'er'what'those _
OT .,boxes; of about' .the same:Size Cth'by"the other p'ow rs".appea.r 1:to. A Scotch blacksmith nthe fonowiaydenatetonof '
i as" infernal
&e carliearperiodj the is, generally! .khq\ra which i >
: fcs *
trained., At toJaa > .. are by, ; metlpb : dispotea theg-'thn; .
I make
-under ''tho body in machine., .. and, .h3e.: been reegived:/by us highly improbable. to'secure>,th'o world from a re- that's listening diana ken what ae thtt's ipeating
.. len"iirfi folded -_ i : after: } .
Bfl! be.s d,4fth0sake ; and he that' diaaa kw
< '' speakinjr
Mr. and, MrS..t.lhson: contaiiilngsmall let it bout neaan
.
; We tho last evening, .laniitie3. The Ottoman -
constrained i to were on spot > 'aevafaf thes ,
'" which'position it i is : that"RuSSIa4o.es > : what. he means'Mmmthst'i. metsphjsictvi ,
prosentsfrotn some unknown .argument,
obtain i ,
Is covered with a but found it'impossible tny empire cannot.be\defended: I.,f m im
back o
remain. Its fat at :
'with quanti thing-like a- clear tatement.of facts : friend, and sent/ub doubt from;tKe accede to thesoootditlousa Ottoman strength alone the.balance: ')czu.nzcn.-AjIl1lor had reeetri strM r-. b
down a
tarpet, :weighed same source, andfor the purpose oflliiiy.susPiCiOn J :isfu th uat1on.r.the princiDilities'is -: ; den not to keep soy prisoners in solitary eoaOa -
?
,ty":of stones; gradnally.augniented: (! : from toe.wbondw.inost; abriut 'it ; I i oncGrned"Would that of, .power between Russia an.4)he" ment Once" when hs had but two ia charge, ee*
food inact :pot!' feel\ .inclined! to of dangerthat : :'is'too C'unequal and< ) ust bo I e.cspedndwuoblIged iaeoaseqtteBrt<< ,** VAit
it receives j'c.ntypOrtiOflQf: } jre.jUg. I solution. porto with
: Haye'.otliSTjise t attended th? be a 6oiScieritt>r satisfactory MUrotdoori:- ,,to oomply_ .thr5"_. .
the.iimo ofLlho might moment :
At ,
professors!
present .
tr.iUl.water consume redressed
tions.-
It is>rareiy Buppliea ; eyes even ; : .
I ,
to1 their!.attentions reception of this.- 4. 'Of th$ present crki/KtJe! and armies.of.England.and > 1 I' .::-'
1'thi&m4nnerf.iS1 boughttqen.: who;:"ero--;busjr the fleets
find* ? :3 J? taw.. A,1aie-gi h :
; : ': thegreatest' of"the, Qij'pw8r5 prin.. ot
\
but this D&1rinrth&a'entiro' 'ihonring; w'intothe'Scale.bat :
", 4P' privation' 'WHen&$,.*ta? of< tipon rthe"1QILngled..bodlu1 & tl1at'.theyl.N''o b. ,tirselvr ) too. stton..... o. France are 'thi' was 1'8q1l'SteI( "to/ha. eom .l<_
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dthe and :,>excitement has. 'prevailedhgbonttbeity J .0, stor&tion'-of. bis f 'ot .
trial has elapsed,wsd it is,broke 1 ',JntQ _rnl lt'We''ftslt hospital; thZ3 ,4,, Qthi upd'i lie\j peace, YOU> meoa, wss. reply.poSka
: ; and; jinpresedbYk : I C I. r" ". _' ; '
;
tho' 'kindness ? .especiallyid 'be"
-t..tho f) thoUgh r- ofprofes3orpftBieg.a ; ; I' Qd.tq.t ihaV object 'must accomplished at" '
i
*.'-I..l....::1J ''J -.*h ,'":rfeaBter' ,...who' eitherisotmta ". Barj j ,.e' o ined"'r. m1' "''', hii '4Iotr tlieinItfthet: i ] Jha',exii Mont $ ': .t1Iemso1ve5- edtti '&1 1.adcJiiderp. and>secured
loads if.wiOra .following/fulfazi4 ok' pla ce; lapge .croirds >ieirlg incontinual !..t{ J1 ; ; rh, : Ktth. li, > gJ*>t ftahsrsBjfi ,t. '' 'f..JFI '
jJ MntselC;or : ; rm.f' i r" fttM' t .dp bs TpJ Jt..f.; } .' ?:'" : : .
narrative'of.'facts : attendance;anxious to.tear !-u./Ar. > ':I..::';... ... .-, .
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heavy' ; and then:; :tnwtingto. authentic : ... : '. .,' ., ..> .III., :.. :, ... .c ,- .. ;.};..' ,.

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; .s. '5V ALABAMA,_ t' 1' '- < AabtaWe feel IbM
BLACK MAN C01MJ TO CONG UESS. C , < -0'P Kfl1bdseenby s'rtmotieiof a Jctterreced, ';PursW to ea1J.; th.WhigSt..*JoW* eowWy _I. &be.11nvf.

1311 .Nr:. It witt be seen by; tha movcmenU-pn ho part of troD11fr.CabclhiOhwa: cop 1'roIQ tM cnfi uT, i assembled la force on Saturday ewningi the 8th, :' I1'e wilIhil" Oftierftf.toet_ \

A correspondent from Rochester of the sava Syracuse that "Fred Standard: Douglass writing ," 'the States .of,Alabama ,,Georgia' and Florida aa that:tb. giDtlel ao d cline'to. be couidereds I Inc5 ..:.'St! :Angustine, and oPDbK by..ppohnt. ,I."tolo&fahefpingband.*..,,::f'J.otirn-. a

: "JACKSONVILETh"ursday' well as the authorities at Waahingtonj;that there ia candidate' f ri :Tbere ; tnJ.W l GT cbd.J.l je'
the negro, is to be brought out for Congress in the : wa/pcrhap S : B Mcxicis! Tuufr To Unimt

Monroe I district, X. Y., and expresses the opinion reason to hope the difficulties so 1 long pending* in greater spontaneous _concentration: of sentimeat I eecrutarr\ bill appropriating ten millioos of BII.I"oo.n..t tit. -,

that be will'be elected. Well, why not? If the there district July 13 1854. regard to 'the;Northern boundary this. State, upon Mr. C. by'the'Whig* than upon 'any one After the object of the meeting had been briefly fob effect tho new'treaty vithMexko, h. ce-..: t,

is no;Fred.white Douglass man good will enough! do.'.to Hw represent abolitionism, at- =1COUNTY= will soon bo settled. .. whosen, me. h' 'been", mention tdjn connectionwith I stated.,by)ht..c tin i Mitchelt t.Jlarn !- .JfL:th_,.. .,ft..I.J ..' I'reeJdCt. P'11 .

_ _ least is sinccrcr. lIe 1 is neither a "Hard" nor a WHIG- MEETING. After repeated attempts heretofore. made bfibo the Congressional nomination. Particularly I county, and: C.. Gi.V formerly% of Duval was passed on Wednesday afteInoomsgt C'J .f.

\ IIs is grave woolly head" and, as such States themselves to affix'tha. boundary between boa this been;theca!in,.Dnvalond ,Columbia county, being called upon, addressed the meeting .tins 1011' boose of. .Congrcot J'

be may set up claims for the public support on theground Georgia and Florida had failed the nuttcrwas_ counties.- The question as to who shall be the iii a pertinent and,felicitous manner, The'enfimsiBHIU KxTyeas to-- 6i oays.'> The SenaelavVaiiof r..t'( ede
of Sincerity and candor, winch nobody A meeting of the,Whigs of Duval >>,
referred to the Suprem Court of the United of and with which: their remarks
would be disposed to question Whig tandidatc, becomes more importance, were received bet eurred with the Boa ia the passage of the tpl

Should the Block Douglass get rotes enough to County, will be held at the CourtHouse States fr a final adjustment; but aa yet the Court to solve it we must consult 'as"to the selection and kencd that the right spirit ia.awake in old St. propriation to carry the treaty u to effect, aa4tfe- ., .

go to Washington, however, a curious" question in Jacksonville, on Saturday bas not come to any decision, for want authority the mode of nomination The'St.John's Whigs, John's and that she but awaits toe proper responseof I Prcstient on Thursday evtnJDg;It U .ftitfcTlfij ,.
ikls"
6ud! UM aata qualifications* for a scat and evidence on. some point. ,It.is understoodnow whose resolutions breathe the true national spirit her sister,comities, to achieve with ease and. success ignod the bilk ., rt
faces in As *
the the "
mong-tlw "psle capitoL evening the 15th insC which meeting 1.) ". .
however that the Governors of and recommend State Convention to in hand. -
Federal Constitution stipulates that (sec. 5, art 1)) Georgia a at Alligator Dominate the work -. .
"Each Tuwse shall be ihffjvdpt rf tlt, qualifcatinn the Whigs of the respective pre- Florida have recently; behalf of'each State,"appointed -: and have appointed a Delegation the same. Mr.'Jo 11 Drysdale then offered 'a set of resolutions rnib t"DRrCOIDI I Li ,

of Its own members" a nice point would cincts 'of the County are requested to scientific and intelligent Commissioners The Whigs In all the counties should be moving.; ,which, after discussion and various amendments A eorrespondcn_of.:.!"*,'AlUgator. HPfiM
the the of the member
arise from Monroe moment was visible dusky f.c the assembled and"surveyors,who aw instructed to meet at White A meeting is to be held in this county at th-j court were unanimously adopted as follows:] wrfling from'White.Springs, Efunijton eoWty'h:

wisdom the nation." Oentwmen among from the other attend. The principal. obiect w of the Springs to consult andproceed to collect such intelligence house on Saturday next; 'and we presume the determination Jiudtttd, ,That we, the Whigs of St. John's that paper of the 2t nit,1 aay r i"

tide of )o lan and Dixon,of CI would exercise call is, to give: an expression of the : and data in relation to the line betweenthe will )be there adopted ia reference'to county view in the present unsatisfactory state '"For some weeks 1past,'oar jplaiT J.u.'

their cnnstitntional right t ? ," to as t ex- two States, as will enable the Court,to deter: the question of Convention, and, perhaps some of; our political relations, both'/oreign and domes .ned by quite number of TiUqra;f.cs.J. .
chide the oloro.! aspirant from a seat among sentiment of the'Whigs of the County tic,and in,the apparently portentous charaetee of phnr Springs. On the SOth bsUnt.quite aa ace**.*
established/ indicated to the choice
them. The '" of linoil. and sun mine where the line should be accordance expression preference as the fuiaro.'a peculiar,.colj on every true national lion to the number WIlt madei: bf the rrrral sdt tW'' _

dry Northerners Doug would do in regard to a candidate of the wifti the treaty with Spain. of the Whigs of the count)'. We hope there will ''Whig to do his duty. company appointed,by' the Supreme Cowt,of tW#, '

likewise-'so-that pressure would' be crate. for at the election.in That treaty directs that a line should be run be a large attendance. HtMittJ, That we eirncstl} call upon the Whigs United Stated to surrey th* source of the! $Lry's .'
which must eventually: "crush party Congress; of Florida to arouse from their seeming apathy,be- nrer. nd determine tbr
ont".te from the head waters of St Mary's river, to a pointon ,-' '* .wstert teems (
Fred, and tend hm: back. to his cnstituent with October next. QCEBB.-Will Ex-Governor BBOWX consent to lic'O'.ff that, as in, times-past, our common country the bormd"n-line.bet\mn.acorjri* nd,FJerid-'
the news that this is I white government,a .5' the Chattahoochae, in north latitude 32 degrees. ruii as the Whig candidate for Congress at the en- his had mainly to rely upon the counsels of the lied run said hun to tbe junction. o.the Ftot ao2
vet-not a a Dahomey, a Tlnbuc1 nor a FOURTH. Ellicott acting under instructions from the United suing election Whigs in the crisis of her fate, the future will soon Chfttteh'ochee rivers' -': ....* T"iThe *-

Liberia \Ily from alL thil, ,, wa TiE States, met a like commission. the part of Ax EASTEL" WBIO.JftpiMiean. demand the exertion of their best effort and energies co-p cnnssts or Col. B.-F.'Whtflw. Jrf-

don't see bow the Hon. member from the Monroe The excursions whichiwe stated in our last Spain who entered the St.Mary's at its mouth,and [ to restore that happy condition.cf prosperityand Surveyor, ta, the pirt of FIor'' sad JIaL A. >T-
District,if with sort of con harmony at home and respect abroad which Allen; Comnv'uioncr! and James R, Batta.'K
science or admit, C.uld support any the : were contemplated a in some sort an observanceof traversed it up to what they supposed to bo the, Governor Brown does not desire nomination illustrated the close of the Administration of }'JU''JlO Surveyor'on' ths ,port of Georgia, together ..';
cnlttution for but if it is the wish of his: that .:
Congress
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41 itself, an instrument which (imitating: certain the 4th July we might say cam off handsomely head waters of the river; here after spending upwards he party E. i' their CaAiatanta. ;
should become their Standard Bearer in the
a Senatorial precedents) he rather prides himself were it not for a little ttid'lng on the part of of two months in surveying and in 'astronomical contest, he will not fail on t'lij,as lie has approaching .L'oio7rsj: That for the purpose selecting a prcandld.ite "Thev purpose. I'rr.ccding'mincd':'i to'ft*'SC:
per Congress, recommend a W h'jf :Mary'a River, to examine '
we
upon f'4tnp denouncing and repudiating, und the Hancock. We cast off in latitude :- not former occasions to to h.s: cwWry the KorwVm.
n al and on all occasions. gravity contemplating observations they settled upon the on respond country'scall State Convention to be held at Alligator Columbia Middle and Southern branches and to decide,
i(
-S. the matter now, happy t think that what of.an inaccessible point around which they whenever his services have been* required. county, on the second Monday Ant next,and i possib&v.npon the true "head waters" of Ute River '
We make this however
h -A "NON SEQUITUR.1" looked like a threatening incident of the day, resulted drew a circle, and adopted.(he centre as the point statement. with the upon that our ownresponsibility that four Delegates be appointed by thi chairmanto 1 This labor will-canoe thorn to make u'tboromAM.
coupled rem:u K we are
;. Some of cur Southern in com in nothing more serious than some inconvenience of beginning, and as being the source of the St. aware that similar inquiries have been made from represent ns in said Convention in a Convention examination of the Okefimokeo swamp as mar b*
; ctprarie to be held at other time or that expedient -a no desirable '
menting upon the failure TiMft and various of the : kentins!. any place may way U'sk. I should( 1magine -
to some possible pecuniary river and calculation that parts tate.-
Marys by a ascertained
:
are drawing from it inf unfavorable to passengr ; generally fl eed upon bv the Wbl theStjte.' at th:4-: season'of the rear. 'They dain- tit,

I S city. This c hardly be.ece done except by those our loss ( coure, regret) t those inter- by running a line 100 miles north, 89 deg. 80 min. LETTER FROM lION.5 L\ C. CABELL. jKtttttef That wu would suggest ns suitable: complete the work in time for the next session. of.

who are entirely ignorant facts. -of the case. ested in the Hancock. But t the excursions. The west, the boundary between Georgia and Florida cindi.I.it.s in whom we have every confidence, for the upreme.Court of the United States.. '
the consideration of such Convpntionthe"'namesof "* ,
that That would paper failed have caused precisely f.failure,r the some reasons I IIouo left in the morning, fo the Bar about 1 would intersect the Chattahoochee in latitude 32 We have just time mention bcfurc going to I JESSS J. Foarr: DAVID S. WALKED GEOHO T, MODIFICATION- ir af OF TIlE-i :.
its Richmond I '
Charleston, or Savannah. Its i had, o\lok; the Col. Myert in the afternoon. Some deg. north, the present terminus of the south press that a Utter b.is been received-by a guutleiiiuu I WARD,and SAMUEL B. STEPHENS; at the same time TABIRR, (.

S neither the capital, always ( proprietr so expensive four or five miles from the bar, the latter,met the boundary "f Alabama; but before their duties nomination here, from for Congress.lion. E. C.The CABELL reasons declining for this a 1 pledgingpur undivided and cordial support to any Wshingtqn rcrre-tpondenls state that the llpuae

an experiment cs the starting of a Iancl returning, and passe her; and after could be completed, an outbreak of the Indians occurred step are set forth in h.s letter which wo will publish gong> Whig on whom the p'trtTmay unite Comcnitt.-o of Ways and Means have agreed'!* report
newplpr. Jiaov.-I That would recommend to brother
nor the I we our a bill for a modification
experience and without of the
reaching mill and there three- from further next week 'und doubt will be tariff KMK- .
capital would be tact.. whole affair Mayport remaining by which they were prevented not they satisfactory Whigs of Putnam county the name of HEXRY what upon the basis suggested bv Secretary Guth-'
was of an hour, returned, and on her to his tricnds..Vn.'t/iil, 4'/i inst. It. TEASDALE candidate in.the
quarters
aothlr illustration that; not one wdio way up procress. as a to represent us re. The bill cunta'ns; five schedules of faI..

taLes bold of newspaper IJb1"hin evcr capable er overtook the Hanfoci, near the Shoals at Dames' Subsequently, McNiel was instructed to proceedin D.1XK.GE- CY. State Legislature provided: the two counties send the first schedu'o.! the old one hundred per cent

carrying it on, and tbat mor perhaps than: any Point The latter boat appeared to move slowly, running the line from the Chattahoochee, as indi- but one-Representative to the.next Assembly.In : duty OH brand:es. liquorr, ic. remains uncbacrrd..
other business, it .a combination of compliance with the requisition of the third We now receive tlirec millions duties-
in those qualties and in fact, rather to throw herself athwart the cased in the notes of Elliott and the Spanish engineers We notice the remoi-aof! the Agency of the from this'wul'C. annnany'
assume the task which resolution: the chairman the follo' The second schedule! rates-th*
appointed jrg
rarely found. We can assure mr cotemporaries narrow passage of the river at that point Some to the point established by them as the Planter's Bank of Airfield South Carolina, from duty at twenty per cent This includes all Jbe arr,

that in this case their rmark have been entirely little irritation on the port of the Mgeri' passengers head waters of the St. Mary's river, which he did, the Butfington House where its business ball been gentlemen us our Delegates to a Whig State Con- tides wh:cb,in the pn-sfct t irifl; vary from twet-
wide of the mark,and of vention viz: John Drysdale B. W, Eritt,Ygnaclo: ty-five to one hundred Ct'llt.- It ah '
!
per ) include
years "self-cri- occurred at this; but the Hancock was soon and that: line is now the present boundary between transacted snce: the fire to the commodious build '
cing which failed to establish and Bartolo Olivcrez iron, sugar, Dl.1Imfldui'ed; silk and hemp, n
devotn" Lopez sr. *
.,high-tne journal," are a mere fig passed, and when in about half a mile in advance, Georgia and Florida.; ing in Holmes' Range,"recently occupied by Dr. T. 0. W WASHINGTON Chairman. third! schedule i i. fifteen per ctnt. the fourth In

imagination, and wth; those acqualuted cries of distress were distinguished from her.:- Uut his operation was not satisfactory to Geor H-irtridge. per cent, and iln'! 'fifth five per cent; and em-

with the fact will only excite mirth. With the utmost readiness, and the unanimous consent ga.: It seems thatin proceeding alt he digressed: This Agency is nndcr the directon: of Col. J.W. \. J. Notu, Sec'y. besets nearly all the articles: tie exIsting wit

"ulr As t Routlcrn"the disposition journal of,D ltimor can to be sustain no doubt an of the passengers, Captain Rossignoll turned north, and in marking out the line, found he was Bryant; J. II. U. Bours, C sllicr. I F r t.e ThriJaRepullknn.STREETS but reducii-g twenty; b to fifkea ten pacrnt.per cent., irt artic'es:ck which wl.ieh nowpay owpiv .

tht luch disposition il entirely wanting, and we back the Myers, and after petting abreast of the more then one and a half -nilts north of the cen. The business' capacity and public confidence fifteen, ... The twenty per cent seh d. Swill

t a glad of it These "ultra" journals!are one of Jfaneocl; though properly at such a "respectfuldistance" tte of the inaccessible point referred to above. these gentlemen possess will, we fed 1 Mire,. command STREETS: STREETS !1Jl'r. include raw silk and some dtscriptions of .

t the the greatest evils of the South ; they arc, i f.ct as t present a rush from that bat This error Georgia refused to allow, and claims for thjm a liberal share of the patronage of medicines,be : arid dya slnffii. FIReen per cent b to
of the nil
partners ubolitiuuibts in keeping up Elliot: The streets of Jacksonville are, or placed upon nnenumented artkkw. Salt.
L Ilal of sectional excitement and sooner the upon our already well-filled decks, it was art that. Ellicott and the Spanish surveyors erred in our community. wh'ch under the prcrent tir fl; II' aancnumerate4artce

it disposition to support them dies out the better it ne that the Hancock was in a leaking condition :- determining the source of the north branch of the should be, consdered: of inestimable value by the. pays twenty per cent., is to,be admitted

4I Trill be for the South. Baltimore certainly desiresnone -had become and rather un St the head waters of THE "FLORIDA NEWS. citizens, in regird to health aafity arid bcanty. free of duty. The free list t ikn in all the articb
water-loggd Mary's, as being properly
of them. Agitation and excitement then The of the town have it is now admitted free as well as article ia
are projectors flied said BOW
She for been many .. .
.1 emics of progress, and our city and State can manageable. therfor safety, the r river and assume that the river takes its rise The first number of the re-issue of the 'tU'I the loner list of duties *
in the Clerk's Office of the: Clrcuit: Court
r find better employmcnt aud at the same time place run upon a shoal. A Lat was sent from th; much farther south ; that the stream, commonly appeared on Saturday last; and is in every way a plan ---- '.5,

ki themselves position for the protection .J/ycr, and several ladies and male passengerswere known as th'south prong ol!jt Mary's should be cred.table! to its editor, Mr. COLE,, and the party wh.ch his been referred to in deeds of Jots and in ScircATPS Soot W'TEL-A.a med'e'ne web

.. 5 of their rights, by devoting their .cncrgie andthoughts brought from the Ia1l leaving the crew considered as the principal branch of the .river.- whose cause it espouses, as handsome and interesting M hich ample provision! is made for streets. It only great respect for fresh waterwheth in hirpj bodies
to the development of their resources, ancadvancement remains fur the town authorities to inslbt: that that like Lake Superior, or in saul qnintitie W.
J; of their and some others on board, she being considered the other Laud claims that the point shset also
agricultural and manufacturing Florida on like it whin impregnated w.ti> alkali and xt4
: ; whch: his been be secured to the
-- made
prov'slon
pursuit the extnsior of their railroad con safe from any sudden danger. This increase of established; is not the head waters of the river, but air it assi.cie the sparkling JUno of sods watcr.
the At a regular meeting: of Florida: Lodge, i o.i_ inhabitant Eghty; ((80)) felt wde: is the width of
and the expansion of numbers added greatly to the draught of the north that And tha brlttps: os to a new fuct in dlctelin, Tie:
is farther
cuntr' that its rise Georgia now
1 their commerce These are the remedial Jfyerr and the necessity the boat"trim," ; I. O. of O.,F., on J"uef day evening, 27th ultmo! Bay and Market aid seventy ((70)) feet of all ether The new iutn>duct'on and pupalarixntioa of II new
exertions which the South needs, aad which keeping holds a large portion of land which of right belongs the following officers wens dieted for the ensuing streets. moililiratlou; of Soda Wider,called '.Soi*.<(*.'
will do more t place her'people and her inst'tu-: suspended the recreation of dancing, which had to Florida. So great has been the differenceof It is simply an infusion: of a littTe Wolfe's Scbic-
Term F. J. X. G. C. S. V. G.
( tions in : Wheaton ; Emory, ; The-design Of having these streets so wide was,
t security from Northern aggression, than a been enjoyed up to the time. The Myers came opinion as to where the boundary line shouldbe dam Aromatic Sthnapp in ordinarySnU'W'&&ef'.,
folio of constitutional compacts or serried phalanx Jacksonville with and E. A.Oak, Secretary; Felix Livingston Treasurer.The as the writer is informed, to have three rows of This delightful tiliil.rant imparts pleasant flavor
safely up t he company established that effort the States to
t of ultra"journals.-Baltimore.American, 28/A. Much is duo to. every by Lodge is, at present in a very flourishing con- trees in each-one in the middle of the street ocd to the bvvr.ige -prevents Its.icy coldness from
new praise Capt. settle the matter has fruitless. '
acuisitions. proved dition. hiring any b'id"effect OI th. lIt.Hnach-eorrect itaac
.,I ,, FORT EARLY-DE SOTO. Rassigol for his coolness and good magmcnt Row, however, it may be expected that the recently one along bcth side-wafts. If this wise plan of the 'dlty: -read-.rs it more refreshing, and enVrtttally
when A original proprietors of.tncsoil should bar,carried quenches the thlrxt This is our and
some uneine WW fel.t commission will collect such fact COSSTITU1lOSAL.QUESTIOS. experience; .
1 W. William M. Stokes, writing from Fort Early, of accidents to the Jfycrt, appointed ont it would make tins town one of the most our readers arc welcome! to il.:Bodon Pint
possible
I to tlee: (M'ri4 Citizen, the interesting apprehension iu relation to the whole mutter as will enable the MIDUIEBCRO, July 1, 18M.
I g.\C following beautiful as well as healthy, and perfectly secure s'
.. information this in the performance by her of{he duty of rendering Court settle the eqmUble principles .
concerning interesting to boundary upon Dear Sir: Will you please inform me, through KARR'EC.. ,. ,
extension ,
the of fire.
'" work \Jiose construction reaches beyond aid to another boat, after dark, and each with n your columns, by what authority in the Constitution against O.1 JfrGIrtli's: Crek,on the-AA- 18:.
; the of the oldest ; Exitctive : The writer of this unwilling to believe the b-orJuJi, .
memory uborigmal inbabwnt: large number persons on occurred about 1798 of the United States, the or Legislative RJOIA'RR 0\
bard An somewhat similar byJonxW. PBICT Mr SHIEJI
.The Fort must l\l'e been built sinc discovery -S. error Department employs Chaplains: in slander! that sometimes is sad: namely, that the Esq., to .

I of fire ami!, in 131s, ss sevcrl! guojoarrels, Oman EXCURSIONS.-The steamer! Darlington, with Ellicott in cstiblishing: the boundary between Navy and both Houses of Congress, theI"IOY1 glorious appropriation is now regretted, because MRS LOUSA HAIL all of Duval County,Fbr.s .
.p mid bolls uf lead about the size uf tho.su carried. by Florida aad Alabama though of not such magnitude center a favor on your obt-dieht wn'unt, IL! In Pularta on the 29th June;by the an S.C.
: our b.Jls moulded in alcord.mc with announcement, made an excur- the land is very valuable and that the present
ritcshou :r sixty to the and much easier corrected. The difficulties It is by no "authority" in,the Constitution Sharidan WILLIAM U. C. FAWCSTT.Savannah
was express ,
I }pound, lmo ? and some tmialkr, have been sion trip to the St John's bar on Thursday last, proprietor and the heirs of the other desire: to diminish -
dug Oilier things as.! foui d with having been adjust satisfactorily to both that Chaplains arc'appointed in these instances Ga,to M s* IatnzaaaMaalxx, danghter cf.Trz'a-
up. ,
\'r J uutncrous and returned the same d ty. The time we learn, the width of the rtrecU. No act of theirs
beads, v-r>'i.ig with; th>> j/rlsui, from indgo; I Suites Ly the Washington, the line ; but their creation i is like a hundred other in- .cisandAnLni.iP. Uarin ,of s-t Anju! ..}'.':
off and be that tends authenticate the
to
I passed very pleasantly, a largo party on can pointed out
red. We Lea
to hate told by one of the marked Mr. B. F. Whit- which to
mind
r ole-t has lately been run by cidents and usages pertain our government .
board realized all that steamboat excursion slander of individual to
that, after the freshet of 1"27. a ; an expression opinion, as OSITU
ARY.
iobubithQ Wet the direction of the Surveyor the of which exists without the
under -
uprl t'trees and washed iwty 4 elbow: of r.\tr,as it cut acr.>i iron GeneraL necessity of applying to the CbnelHut'wn to find .
: I a upi Augustine.-The steamer St. Johns made a inference, here given; rise to it. =5din. M.i. Ma aauIow .,wiftiof fir.J ".
per chancel tJ the lower, tomo forty, feet djepvz0on la starting from a p Vint on the Pcrdido: river authority for them.-[EJ.TDB RT "
\ loads hum bones could" have been excursion from this place to St Augustine, leaving .. It is believed: to bo the determination: of the Howell formerly ofSivannab.but; present a rev

I gathered; and tInt one of the th'gh; bones, the-os here about noon on Sunday list-the trip beingincidental and running east to a g.ven point en the Charts- VincisfiA WASUISOTOX : .-Ths! present Common Council to preserve this! invaluable ident of Jacksonville, Fla. Tne'dcmi ofMra.Il4suddccly .
'. t was near 2 S inches and that the lower hoochee Ellicott found, on ascertaining the-latitude noble tribute which the "Mother States andStatesmen" '
I jemvr kitig t a longer one, announced from Savannah : of legacy to the town in its original; integrity; and urmespeittedly'srlien buf a fcw day
bone passed h integument and all of his position on the Chattahoochee that he ,
jaw be being ail ordinary o"e sown man, mid that to St. Augstine A very large number of has ordered for the memory of her keeping the streets clear from encroachments and before she. wss tt her home la the enjoyment
quirti about mile and half further north than he
s.z. was a a
c i of beads could have g illu-rcd; and these relics passengers many from points b greatest son, has lately been sent to Munich to be obstruction! as former Councils have done-when good health, leaves a deep flirting of regret*aaoaf

% 4 a were buried 8.ii fet more sr K-bs, beneath the Mir- tween Savannah and this ploc and with many should be; and baring: marked and blazed his line done in bronze the celebrated foundry of that they removed Mr.:Sedgwick's blacksmith shop,the many surviving: friends and actmiintonecs.MAr .
face, before the fivt-bet re-lerred to. Then all the way through, calculated the angle he had city. The artist who executed it, Mr. CB&WFOBD ,
others from this place. is unfortunate thit the house f Col.. Ilart's the fence of -
,negro 'Qman.
I !
must h ive been innumer-We ; of the be vis, raids in deviut from bis corrected
quantities course,
-
Jig proper an American sculptor, has Also l completed for the i IC;
nW3-PO JACKSONVILLE.
I the buys have been ab c, ui &.n hour to cull trip included! the S-bbath in its time, as that day Mr. Lcdwitb, and Mr. Bellows Ac. TOF' __
'I a from the. etritt .4! v h,tJ sand embanked in every b/itig the time announced for starting: from here, back to the Perdido, by running lines due south State of Virginia statues of HESET and JEFFERSON, THE HEALTH of the place-SKCCBITT against ----T. ENTERED :

direction, tneir binds from his random line, and throwing up mounds all which are expected ill Richmond near the close of -. -
tuil was objectionable. Still lumbers availed them fire and the BKACTT of our beloved.Jacksonvillelet June 50
Barbadoes.
,sen deem
., .Af.ir jius X.* .:j; in vain to find who it the way, though these mounds he never connect the year. The casting of the WASHISCTOS Equestrian D'ulby. :( ,. ,
selves of the : : and these be .
Tfai that itirt.-d here, lu-d who must have h d opportunity of an aquatcjaunt. our rallying points, and with law on J. tttacla Francis Wood;Boston.
of
the both Alabama
.. many ed. Consequently, surveyors Statue will it is said, fifteen
a rciiLi>Ltro \IUlln enemy, the LU- the steamer returned safely to her wh in this occupy months our sde: we shall.hateJUSTICE.. 1IIIIf. .4 El Dt>rad 'I l.uglul and a tr and Florida found the random line made by Elli- and when executed, it 'expected to increase the '
bat ojher signs amud tie place about 10 o'clock on Monday night last -I' .4 6, Bloomer, Tucker Boston. :'
.; plax wd.ct incliiieil t> the opinion; that 'S. cot, and although an erroneous one, adopted it as reputation of the artist, and add another proud ; _
4' "
&e Sa E'41&Jlal R. ". .
of
Ctrretpondenct
., tha mtrep.d > IMOIII-'|, DJ tiii', nhu, 20 yer af LATE PcnLzcnIoxs.-From the publishing house the boundary line between thettro Territories, trophy of American art in sculpture branch:'In brigEizaJaueBIakemnNwYork.-' .

,. tee tbe d.ecovtry of lire arai-, aidlio j\ars agn, .and closed their work it. The mound line, which have done OF THE SOUTHWESTERN 7, John Gutcnbnrg, Perkins :, .
traversed tins hue ben Applegate Co., Cincinnati, we have received a upon although we as yet but little in EXTENSION RAIL- *
"
must : Iho \ d- 11 Iati2daLut-eirYork. ;; .
: / ual. It will I.rl'I'mblrL-'after. c.nquiT.i I. g copy ota work on the subject of a new method of being the true line has lately been connected by quantity we hive done exceedingly* in quality .WAD. 'I' 8, Nancy McDonald Baltimore, .:. ,. 1

I Peru, be was the first, save the abrgmc: of thcountry building houses, upon a system which, as a notice Mr. Whitner; which has thrown a very considerable : 'I '-f"

i to explore the wldcrC of of the book by a "mokes portion. of land off iro..i this State,into .Ala The Pioneer Line between tho Gulf POtts- Jcsz27to,1854.MESSRS. ..10, sch' Coquette,BrcweKBosfonT; .
miles north ad et of l'lvr.da lelt SprituSante cateporry dlar and I .EDITORS :-The publication of a notice by William Cwron.Hntenins.Bostoji1 -
BORIC time 4lcr of every man his Ind secures every bama-cou81'qnently. the chainge'Clf boundary has Charleston having been discontinued, other vessels. .. "
.t May.15u3, on fahte the Directors of the South Western Rail Road,of a 11.M Riven,Bcsei New TorL .
hi* march, ,'bic husiio pfaralu.1 on the p. ges of house against ravages water and formed fractional townships: .nd'sections, u'well as have been substituted aud conveyance will be fur. '.
American fre. tie"The nished for all produce intended for Charleston.: meeting to be held Americas ia October next, 'CLEAEEDi;, '.
In rather u barren of the private entries of land ,
cut proportion
avcnture. is small a large .
region in jrscut tt.p..n Ucorgio, his men material for walling simply gravel or Agents for some at New Port,,ilcNaught .& Or- has aroused the, Attention of oar thinking oca.in J uJl10.! ash ::,Doulby: i..
te of which lie in both States and to avoid
stone! sand and lime. The book of course a part inond Cedar E- II. Richards
'er suh1trelle hunger, AS-to coarse ; Keys, ; Tampa, James- this portion of the State. The object of the meeting -
nuc-. greedily the dogs pre, b claims superiormerit for the plan construction it difficulties berea.ter the sale of lands in those McCoy: Tunno, Pmckney Jk.C x, Charleston,. ._' : '
.1 to devise ways and means for the extension of the $25 Rcwar/d.. :,, .:
them while the .5- i ii i ,
savages.t tiut-yvr w.ll examine the has been suspended Surveyor
by.t describes. The ingredients for walls are certainly townships ; f '
Cf hi trdV.IS! through FWida and Georgia, t under instructions from the Gnp MAIL SEBVICE.-The' intelligence com nu., rood is contemplated ,with much interest. 'We RAY away from the subscriber about tbt 20th-
and associate all.the with the number of bs relied upon, entering largely as a portion of General acting nicated in the following letter from Senator Mallc r, look upon the"immediate extension otthe road,-at ny negro UtlOKUi,a bouse aerraM sad

Btreauis be tt.. ; and his stopping in the do into the Commissioner of the General land Office, has employed will be highly: gratfymg to all our people and especially least to Chattahoocbee river, as of vital importance carpenter.-.lie u about five feet eight inches high a-"

a fertile'} C11, there was corn iu plenty- "HQuse of brick and mortar" a Deputy, who will shortly enter upon his to those living on the Gulf. That this service little bo'll".I ged-fel' black couplexioa;.wears,
his coft:w.tb tlie Indians, and subsequent: described in old instructed to those fractional since the destruction of the James L. Day to the value of the stock, to the prosperity I small ring iu one of ha CIRt and is Tery'iut5iflienL'Any
I r passage the t avinnah r.vi.r-hs: return a quaint song long f.il to us. duties resurvey has not been before resumed was not owing to these counties,and to the trade Savannah. Were informat'on concerning him will be thanktulrr
t To the mechanic and the book be of lands on.the State line and ascertain their exact inattention the of received and the above reward will be paid toany -
w.th
te''ukq the map before them acbet may. on part our Congressional delegation this road built to the river, at:some pointbctween
I .' r.'J that history is silent on the value, and it may be seen on bur table. contents; and, also, to survey all the entries but through the inability of the Post Office Eufizula'id all the cotton that o who will lodge him in Jail, so tint I get him;w,-
get Florence will
now
r eubjoct of any one else l torting here, must arrive at have, from Mr.IL Livermore the Agent through which the line runs, and identify their locality Department to compel the former contractors. to goes deliver.him Unue it, St Augustine,or to iln,
; ,
the conclusion that Dc tiotu must have been the I forte comply with and carry out their agreement Fail- down the river, both from"S&uthmsterd Georgiaand J. 11. at Orange Mill, GO the St. Johns,.
builder of th.s.FortBOSXEE'I. Wodworh-XQrcrsl Planing Machine in ,that all confusion may be avoided in issuing ing in that, the P. M. General has been obliged to Southeastern Alabama;would be immediately and all reasonable expenses. paid in case of delivery.""

0 MAP OF GeoitciA.-The first tbs section, whose head quarters are nQ,in Savannah patents to persons owning lands lying in both commence anew by.advertising for another contract; diverted to the road;and to the Savannah market : 'ILUjIA1S.LAugoatinuly,13tb /,-

knowledge a of the argument of William Whiting States; and in* all probability the whole matter as mentioned by our Senator..Mcridian.SUA" ; 1351.ta23_ U_.
we bv of the geogrpbycfGeorgia, wis obtained copy The receipts at' Apalacbicokv :will show thaMhe _J '

map of thai State, publ>bci bvtnccn frtj before the Supreme Court o the United States, in will be satisfactorily arranged, in a few months.. CHAMBER, )t value of this trade is immense., Here indeed,j is a SIX months froi rit>tf, l.ahJU1II7'

and tifty years age, by Lliiur Early. At that tune behalf of the patent Xbrcross, who was sued by .5 WASHXBGTON June' 15th- 1854. )f s'ik i and climate specially to'the ta tha,Judge Probate"Cohimbi
the country west of the Octnulgce and nortb.wct for i but THE CONTRIBUTION FOR MRS. BATCUEL- Editor Fiaridian d Journal: adapted growth of County and ask for atlas! scttlsineut and di,n ifc-
Wood worth whose
of the Cbattaboochce river, was in tho ringmet patentwas DEll Mr Dna SIR:' Aware of the interest felt by the this staple whilst there is an immense amount of i aba a* ,Admi 6tn.t..rOIl the. eatofo of WilLao

of the Crock and t'erkc Indians, and vpanc1; sustained by of the Cl.lur people Florida npon the Gulf! Coast in the mlilI capital and labor engaged in. the business with. the Ylnzant. late of tuld! oonfy, deceased., s"T* '
log teen surveyed, was reprCete.( W believe that subsequently some arrangement The following receipt from Mrs. Batchcldor of I service between'New Orleans and ,Kcy;West and most profitable results.;, 'n J.tMiS: vjiLtNV4dmia4di1Art':: .

as unexplored E.'lylmp been made between Messrs..XorcroHS and the amount contributed in her behalf, baa been, certain intermediate ports, it affords roe "pleasure And from the moment the railroad touched its .Jacksonville July J j.&.WM.i_'. .fIt.4C ': _
the to state that advertisements -ordered )
1833 Green .
Orange published alma are by the
t Abut map 'f year the State on vih.cbwas: dtJ.neated Wood worth by which {ho advantages cf their respective handed us, wth a letter from Messrs' E. D. Peters Post Office Department for a new contract to complete banks, the.river,1: a channel'of transportation to .' l'T'otic'e ;
r
the districts. of the Creek J and Cherokee purchases inventions are combined, and rights t the & Co., to whom a draft for the amount was.forwarded the term for which' tho former was made. the Gulf would cease to exist.:SO far as it.would be .,, : -,

$ a they bad been laid oft lots by authority cl j joint inventions offered fo sale. Mr., Livcrmore : The schedule calls for-semi-monthly service and used at all in the cotton trade 'it'would be both :'rt'BE'subscriber. 1* now prepared to pay tott! .
( the ofUrctn'smap BOSTOS, June &4, 1854. Manatee u designated. .one, of,,the points of the !J. sufferers by the fire ofApri1tb. tluarrespet-%
4 Lgltul of counties has increased from 90 t) has also sent u a pamphlet'description of the Nor- 100. received of Messrs. Edward D. Peters service. ' "- from below and above tributaries: to the road; the'boats tire pr rtU shares of thtf fund contnbuted by th*

'1 I tt t 12 Over one thousand miles railroad have cross machine, with the evidences i favor of the A Co., one Lundred dollars being the amount of a Very respectfully Tours &. would at once be attracted from op and'down city and people of Savannah;: : A* :-*-, x -'

Oltc and fifty cotton facrt and originality of the invention. generous contribution for my use by'tbo citizens of :s....MALLORY.t the river to the river'depot Every sensible planter 1 Those i who-have banded itt'ticip chUaur*'requested -
four fifty offices established. Jacksonville in East Fl rida. ;5.-,_ '4 .t' 0. .come fij f atd aad;receive theirousyasonce.
pst LATEB RECEIVED.-We are)ind feels and knows this. Hera would be, as regards ""
The operation in Georgia.roWctern bi1 t ler E. BATCEELDEE. 1'Om the fentacola Gazette,: .r1tIt.'BOtfDQ'-
A Atlantic(owned by the Stt)) its 'C. O. Courtenay ,Co., of Ch l1 Witness J. P. ELUCOTT.Messrs. .- T ., ,. those wealthy counties bordering on both sides of >*Joly 13;1334.Cbainnan of Commi1teL.2

r. miles j Georgia ltd, .with branches number of IlarperV valuable! Magazine. This ."'Peters &:Co., by J. P.Ellicott, make a 'MINERAL'- SPRINQ.'NEAB. PENSACOLA.. the Chattahoochee a re volution in trade immediateand .I:- -' '_ .'
Washington and uton 232; Central Railroad, work from Messrs. C at the .' :: signalj: in ? increase of NQtic( tf
most
and can b regular becoming acknowledgment of She donation which resulting larger : "I : '. ,
; ; Atlanta abd ordee Last'week,just a, ourpaper'la < J"
.' "12 PDt)80 a; Ett.Wetn; rle. 17; Wet 17, publ he' rts'and can'b easily received show that the,catastrophe .which_prompted:it, is we received the following communication gone from to press onr, the business of the road, of,tap vslufc, .tha, Stock, ::;N tm reMIOA.I pre.toiling*,thatjth. Steamer -r

ad Georgia, ;- number of direct from their bouse. deprecated right-thinking men at.tho North, iend, Dr.;Bailey;Which we insert now with much and of the tradf.of jour city.itban anj work of FLOJUDAhaibecnpera! enill1I tb4ra.n*. -.' ,

a miles in operation' ltlThe are now, bCide MunrvJi 13aercnJ Cm1rclZ,Reporter and iU authors are, equally and:strongly pleasure. We. trust that the Doctor's belief may the same, extent, with>, b>cb.,Savannali has, ever from the Charleston e.'Wa-illO wOP.Dthe pub. ',
tbe above, IMO> Snapped and in C'of &tn' -" reprehended. prove welltbundod, "when the waters are''anaIyied'astha'fact'of I lie,that she h,i* been omy tapiporariiy jbud np Jar '
The is,.we.b\ev .the:first p i ;. been coiiricctedj, aud ,will be
estcin Iat Gencra Ably procured t oitlekid having SQ' valuable:a mineral repair,, vonthehnoukq. Wweeks. .
C ic ,Mr. W. cmpie'a map i the ., It published b1. The money .was transmitted'by Mr.'Barrett of spring in our neighborhood will,prove a great ,And ..low'hnpoHm 'taf'tifa ralnaW 1rade .,' J.'W. O.ALDwJlL4

J ) the st' The map has just publhe Co., ,at .the'. Commercial D k29'Metg.[ our;town,'who, 'also,J undertook the collection of blessing to many invalids in this" Section of country should:be controlled afaa early'day. 'This teat JM5-5 ., : Ajren\ OwJerton" .

>nd i is most comprehensive, ,street, Charleston/ We nave the iubsc ion., -- as well a'* of pecuniary benefit and profit to Us. once apparent, when it la remembered that the G* : .Othepapcrs iattheEutw.aII_ op lio '
'q rcntcdtworluofthe sort that bus fallen under ri"e te' p { owner;' _
:: '
u D"It waa engraved by Mr..U. E Sherman number,which can be seen by any ou businea1neubyca1iingatourffice. "BtabopRuvaanoz'I'.administered Confirmation .- 'a 'U. S'N.lTTYA'aDr: 1 reed and,MpbileRaih-olxd .ie-goiDito"fdwi i ( : : Sea:'Island ,eottoa,Gias,. ,

; 1 13 Iiroady.-X 1jHe ur ."; _. inSt',John's,Church Tallajiassee Whii"sundsy .' June StlL 1854.. 'J' great ''. and thai Mobfleever; ,has and.eri CJ THE subscribe? takes this opportunity to.lof
v on -To O*ElUortf,fa Gastttti' i"k mark tl.: id ih(jrWjradeJakeaBettleddirwtioni the planters of LONUSTAPLE .
a good
Tri i: ,Spirit Examinid and'Ixplaintd.rBy' .
b. M Txvu O.Wcek before Jul (June. 4th,>) when' eight"persons. .weri Admitted -. Dear SITJ There is'on the fhii.cf; Mr.7illi* !it is difficult'to dTyert it > TON thaI -.t01 o ; tire"not a
4 ''1t we ; Court, and found the mine We been before to that rite., / Sturdevant a Mineral Spring, that bag Lk. many a ;laforor the I latent UDl'r0Te4BoUiI'; GiDnt hi* vsnal ratf
,1 fever raging'. 11gbout that;j-cgiou.; Almost able to miiuwledjfl the7reccipt'of- iP101.t. The-corner -stona of a'new. Eplsoopaf'efcfice (to gem of immense talus been orerlook for many 'Tbrdls' here, af thlar to<' MftifteHDf ., ,ndi,ia now ready to flit all order*without dttef-, <'*'
twy man we Cal&l wa* literally aT' work from Messrs..Dewitt 4' : bribe yean. It u a white sulphur chalibeate and if 1 of tho extension n of the road. -Our"planters 4iirPWHjr'!-' n -0.' _
be known Trinity< laid '
tw# pocket .It adJhat _a* 4pllwas camePrelate am:not much mistaken prepared to fake stock '. n. uvi1fe] ;-1cfa.
i Iitle-unferlor.if
I fesses to- i very not and capitalists are liberally,1 i
in .
Edmunds'
of rick copper ore are found i Cal reut Jug belief 'Spirit on the u1tiii'it'BelAIr.; ,It it built | equal to the celebrated! Saratoga Springs 'in medi- "UIh r ,B. Dnk 'l ".:, ..rL
wi&jyf ( eet.-r.P1.t re
4Jonnty. Gold has.already. bn'ouud YaDatts I o high interest on that tubjectr of wood- of the Gothic dcti The lite,was given I canal ,nahtie,. This will be of bnroer.se.value ta r : :s. UN b ot1 t.f .

.1 in nriu pll the county, .C b.e otf oar tabhvfc' 1qJfojorj nBupiidtha sittings are to be. the citizens of Pensafiola,Mobile and Ke. Orleans, i 'built to the river' ,.connection..' o with th 'Girard sn1Moth,1to34 1''QI"& certWVatt.l4JMe. ". ".. -
&probable many mere' rich,reins .i 4.I ,- ,' '.Being but four miles distant from the city.of Pen- atproj4of t .CJi 1en'Woi. nwburg..UtI01I :! "

..,-efb discovered.are'It' !said in other that many .?4u1cx- ;"taT '.J.ILT.'e:-:'paragraph"going free.-. 4 sq.--- .-, -_" . .r aacofa, ioyalids from, the. Ststei'oCAtabllmar> and asbocomphsimnent-' Upoai' th4u,. D.-c; ACta .t rThbmtddd.r''M4 '"\? ,
&" 0 a"e au Jot I Louismna'will have evert WYI1 1 geol.td: 4 iitheonnetot tn f :. '"ti
"oit t concerning th detb'oPu- ;. Dura o?MADA.UB SonA9-The Orbabo from .peecJy1r",1 :i thach-eontri1iudoiiof ".' 'J ...ass
*-' < b.r watp t .pensaooIa'ancLi$_ JOUU.l1&I ) I
; f ever/ man th&t'e: .saw)in ap 'mnu.u KICK Unar"ongt on, lately i.state of dot- II aktmdingsofthe bring!jtbjr meJftDcboly" 4..i ,"' t. inUee by omnibua io tb Sprin&. .''. trade and travel from the;Wiar.;I-wSQ c1riLJ'Jn"pmf19 "t-Chubll. S *c'anb44* *&' -. I
have I eoppertnhe found op his in JCPote LyntUmryPi deadamflni'aA8oA I bare bad ; hn. W -
no tlm io' sna1yzeths.wsterC.Ciirstelyi. I 1 tagt Coo <
'siiWf1I: of* ,ip\' \.&' -% lef1'.Federal- ai4ft by,member otthe*' fiunfiy' ,HUroungert -' .which event occurred on:thr jsth'ilt// the,City .bat shall have Jfr done wf taw M practic. ponn- .t"ftQ! II.ft.' 1 nlt.. aMJ b, '1'"'.' -aiaaa l I

son if aad his on irevrixu the Mexico. She Vu attacked blo'a.., : 1 \ &ou'
living
iI' : 1 ,yet suddenly'on'ibi lift, 'Th/object of this,odmmnnicatloi iitaJealLtte I obt&1DClt.- WkbIn) ._ .ri.It t Bl.IJ.'JJtt.

Not one. of thy literary'cxucutorn.\of the three .name. ,.--V ea. ..1 jn the., report'alluded ok te.;'dJ.. >maoy. when about V>'appear I In the Opera of Z T w a'JJI <>fffa attention, of be citizen wlhciprf premier* of.our timey 'Wellington, aUklelboanuv bat line;.Ilt t>,seem. !iIriV.aa n4W I' "Jf" .rJ.Spring to'sear ."A *s an'infily ; ..- 't1,? ; 1
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pub D a ; 4ai >&apied on the 181$ and died onth'18pC ; theoitr. :,*,f 1 \ .
iefly afraid to make .m".J 4t S be*bfeeonr A.--- .s t. ;' Iia-'OJ tha w.ter.te made* you ahalt bear from-m* s .!F I
till th* others have & aa.tLm ate stand* ter ofJPAmoc iTInrirr, by th. seco11ag. ,%-A.iCl1J, <. tl1al1..w.LWW'.eo .. 4; uofwdIBnJIK'rYO it tEat Ian ret $I ,. .". < '. Ji

; &f tHiiD eon equ, .td !*4' nrty 'Memphis.. ..09U 'Or aU du_.. "4.- '. 1> ," r',_ '1. '(&. ,'-_,",.n'JJJu.EY <' !',"between 1 'Pfd-A1U4.iridtl hrftI$ "3lr2Ie- $ti sliGrt "
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.' I be z1rtlrieCJ e biII .# 50. ;rDIseolnUon.T .. "" "THE JLMEBICAIPi. wbicbjiaabee, IiWII..n.11, wmp.. v sre.w i4)LzwRLLxNindiJi. .: -_ .,' -._, -. .- =-: -

,klOr'r4IlIny Tamttrflm*rtieh we extract.dfictaMoeipUfc BK'partnershfa*' lieretofbr" existinp"between "i.V -J? *i*. J. pWlus,,.IIbniIl'J'. ea""IL": ; '1 rUa mu, wfltaccaie aeopy eCeiibef TtM fcbovhooka N Philadelphia fc'k '. ., '- '
thf WlowLnf exquisitely Uautifol JL tteuBdcrstaJod.wodertbefinnofT.WAVMACo ,-.a.T. sad.JW.15sf .!' 1---1 t.ltd ItymBrcafsaaUiM twelve enstcs, wilt Warm J -' ; -

,Las this MY hemdaMolred bI mutual eon by UMBM,aaid or we Dr.UoafhM bav.Mad .(sasny c.s w.Mil fres'purs Is 1- ._n-- Tra., jj, mDaTPTE.IIAUJ. :: :.,
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tinea. ', wot a t.-J.. IL It BOOM wilt attend" the setUe T H to".rabubte "e.Carma&JiMalieva -aM b.-_ dtta Armw. ,"e.. tied .apIte. pltWialld..biQ..llot. OAR&YINQ rH '
Bctire 'a-iac.th. few. fcy wiueh we et m&olstanding and ,tiresj a.pmt- .
meat boaineM for that pnrpo irvtwi Kr" a .., s583 < we 1 AII.1ACIUI.be .' .
.w-'D1M!> "**oCher* varied life to wir rta o,tt ejrtborbeil te we the vane of the firm.. tire 811.." ia bitwsiBei t-yrfft Uoot Uadli Bit posinveeanpaJAME5- : : > .:!STATE OF GEORGIA,* -e .

of the f AUier.oss'indted. to the late firm I\r'6 n-- ten. PkTHetans arid -ether. pa..., -ttea. tlT.e "J,350 tots. Capt J.J.GVLXTXS,Jr: .
'let rfiteMw drops agony wrong ". .
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B lf doieo and doi ti : LisT OEHCEBS .
to make inmoiiote OP TIOBIDA rEEYSTOJTfi .
Quested OP .
otherwise
STATED
payment .
this 1** child h3e to* .n trisl-.poem their 'Jr I'; Patfo' as.I Pi ., xT.si4Apea9,' .
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gpa accounts will be left in bands li.UQcI
proper for col 1854 said. .Tour bitten are focal Mllinf brt ; 4ifompUMler. 1.uW&8pI.Ilou&&t
very ,
.rittsa.Arhermothar'f eyamlyt .and certainly lection. J. H.fl. BOUBS and every senna that has *>.d it,so tar aft*. fcav<. E, BROOKE.. ." ptsii Jr'qla ta"3 '

the msnifoat lint breath or. soars utterance ;thattavefcwsTeBbbwM'languag FRANCIS WAVER.JacksoovOk : .' bees.to Mars,baa been b ellurrl." ". f'ee.wy of sar, L. VILLlllCa-. ; Tur car.r..t 100 JI1ilea us.theJlaTs.- ". o 0 <_<"..

*. It vtt sent : ,Jane 19,(22,] 1854.- St .Tit_ m,are entirely verewUe; they lavifnnitnBd ,T." .BE ET AUJ.- Oib-.two.bgbt at sea.' ; .- .
fIH .aetben the }tirm, a...r,irn rate it,and can Tn anifrr.C. Atomic : \.
*some year ago, by one of her friends wider be aced for taianu as well ..adult-.. Attoo yt.>lieial, l. D TAPtVPL'rRCMKttHjcT W1JSUui-s rrxtr wDsxsBATmut&uat tot, "" ..

MB teal privmejwbich we presume is removed by' Perk Cora, &c. ll llOw !) Piits. .Porale by. ,rcJ.ry whet sod by Tboraa JVIAtt*.- .1O1.LOW1- '.- :. ;.,4
a ButtreSS IltefisinreTaflabawp.. '
H ilanlmain UST received at the o'} stand T, MCMILLAN H. "STATE CT CAT. *;TSTOS 81riT1.
dMtla. She wrote while mt the J < C. I' pout\ Are i JuMies Qulh y. ?
few M barrels Una Por9 Tfcnmas From Say From. hoaa PhiL 'tb'1" 1.1'eby .
Jacks nvilleFla: UotI&II.I.tal&JuMicc.' Jacksonville.
la India at which the bad beenleft : .
station ,
uo&nurj To the niUxen of Un Uaiied States 8 U,
> barrels Prime Pork. C11wt1lT JUL( *.. Feby 1 Feb>,-/8 B. .
byjter dying.) ." Dr.Judson, when-Wnnbvked 2SOO b shell Corn I a oH bssb,u< t meetljr thank von for lilt immcusc aa5-y -- \"e.tena, J.J.Fiulrj, KarUnsa /! .n"0 15 '<.- Ifardi.MiW.

a-nesrty' hopeless for health.. 100 barrels Flour .1"... wbieli ,.>u Jiave bestowed upon mvPills. 'Middle' J. \\.h.kar. T.Uaha,ace. :mh 8 March -1 Xanh ,9 -. a'H X"a.
OD voyage ; I take this opportunity -of UIIDC IbM mj ancestor ffOO Challenge! E* tera, W. A. Forw.ird FahiUia. U ir
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JU the d.of tbi* poem he had been four months 10 sacks Flour wrresn Amutcas ciuacn*.*M thai t entertain .! .. Tftnoia t..KuiC. Kevttnt.5OLlcrroB 15 ..11. .f" <.;,.
li$J biles Eastern n"r. r.r aU tb.t roseeras America cud the AIM&&iL-.b.lUe uf THE CIRCUITS. April ? ft ..V, 2> April. Awa" a.
4ad although U WJa tan days before the sad sews firkins mom so luuch 19 April :11 i 6J : .; '
3 New Butter. Ih'el'ym..OIV. so that I nrif innljfmmpouodrd Wrttera J... M. | anthem, Atilton.riratnameInd : .
WM eoouunuietled to her; June 22, 1854. S. X. 'WILLtA lS. itice fill nprrwly to nit soar cfiunir, HobensutiksJJ.OR.7fL MIddle. f it.Ptesaa. Utd1Wl. Mar 3II .1. 18)a', .1fdo'.
liamu,eimctiiutioDs, and manner of livmj, inlndlnt Ea.t.,*. J.\I Baker Alflo1. a' May10 l 71& _

\ ,zwrThe MOTHER. ; to eslabHsa ny r dnr New \ .
Notice. ,by taking p nu *in ork. "COtNT b UFFCEkJt. June '14 JOTO -
7 June
TUiaiA:I HOULOVVAV article founded on scientific lfluelpk'eoei- ( ( i>r PMbwrj'.eeooU 14 p1U
wild south west monsoon has risen O.t .
J. c. WiOTHf would respectfully" inform- the 33. rornef nf Ann N. N...-ni H-.,Nenr York. pou lf'd with mr>
THUt broad, gray wing* gloom. cif inns Jacksonville and the snrroundinjj PACIFICATION or1 jut ) "i'e mbeuiifcm,..*il .l.a. i eve l.se kinu lalaii ivbenvvr it uccui*.-Tat Atre cr and Uulkrtov ) C&binpaurge, : -. ,2000 .

nile ere from cut my dreary prison ** country, that lie bis located his Store on Vav street, AM Htl.TOUd m'MPl.AI'xTS.AJ i 'D,LiVER in .U.inn II:.ujraitibiitiwate .a le- Wnmsacan its,. Cuunlles.- fK\Jooer.:- 1-nttlHfieK .Steerage asajje (reduced to) .?,f .,
exi-l WH! IIlhl. remedy I" mice iim-d. from the act '
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opposite Dr. Udldwia's Office and near liic bee ACaiifivaX 'The rilizrnf of the Onion tuffcr h fr iluwderjof E.rea.aUa. Jnrtfan Etcemjre paatettKn can go UmraK toeTic1t,
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I look as from a fcimb-All*I that il i.ot uniy di-rtro theta Lot r.moves all the F. fit Lattoa '
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0F.M.iau by the T cloet 'Id class donaraad*
where he ofT J'8 for sole st wholesale and tbe Liver and Stoniarb. Scon-ely any are Ire from u uiib traia. Jar one
slime 111IIDeo. remain.
liy heirt.another tomb. 1 retail a Large and well-sclocted st.Kk of Dry Goods I the .iifluence of ih.*e dfelruriive malaJiebenre li'ewrar TilE TAP arty! UOKM.Thin Santa toes Jot.n Ctftm" MUtoa.Cachreuenk.at. lari.tayctauaadTby- the lit clue train for' tvo.fe- "-..* .
la.L Tire women ate perbap the iiintt ban4- u i
rpazabe low thatched root the railS j Boot und Shoeii, Groceries and. Provisions Hardware I petite in the wurM up to a certain peci.j.1,When di i'. worm U tic! moat cifll'ult! one to deftmy of all y \\"oJ. Olukel, UIanFih c A. .LUUn.'Aptlin'Saftl: .
and Cutlery; *l."o, a-larjra lot of Crockeryware. tre-ving to 0Ia1.III"ny !1._ ihi-rr teeth and facn\ look Ib"lwbahll'. bumnn ...",. It jrnws to .. Jlhnoe&i"dehllile culbJr. .i .1l
With eeaseks*patter fells; For sale low far emih .d e-'lhnl ned fatcuid Walton l'ahJP\.I.eod! .1U..n.'I .
at extremely prices, in 'while jet in the bey-di-.v of life. !*ucu sad .vis; nmy Icutiib. ai beeouui.c cu oCt ----r---'_.-'!
Mr. choicest treasure boar it*stain: hand by J. C. BfiOWXLim's I b. eflcrtu-illy remedied l>y continually ki>rpini ibe i iu tbe nr.e d aiul tiV. ai-li! t e to prudtK-e rlt I t Uite 110..... te A gents in? fllph.

JUlie Is3.;; Mood Ille Live I siumm-h hi Viiiia'Dincr, Sic.trhifh U the ca'i ew mnny rug 1\1..11 C. luRr.te, 44flolnies. .J :
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Mould on th:-wills wjuld heaven ptireaud au in a nldiy anHim tT.S.:: Mail-Line.
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gitbers A. II.
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i ,'b..tllir wit n"1I"nJtICJtlIIY.llnd re-rniMr plmtsiu to Ihe enve. "'l.e'i.-vinc! that thcrooiplaliii* haveUKii CcrroCoiio.Vernon. te; ; 0

T were only on the walls! *nuifciiiaJ climfjwUeai on rieiiMl .pnnilattpenr.| on:n frin JU*. Tape \\'win; eon.-qaeiitl> they M.ll.tuilry. I' '. i
do t:'f -r medicines fat tlh'ir .j Tutiioo It. K. Gd-ku l' 11
fee. t>> rt ifl. A. il ward prewrraiion of the humanI'nme net tue pnK w-art a.i IfewYcrk. Savannah -'
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Sfxi modier, I am here alone and the luiim of life, inix-h may he.pficcl.ed. .it. an-M.I,14, wI,-tI.I. a.ful foe tu bialb, t'Ultin'OII..1,1 12". Tahor .
I BARRELS Thoraaston Lime, I reoMnnn'inl ,iti' 11'8 of lIlY Worm tjnp and l.iver C. IVortUueti-n, '& STE.UfSH r.1\ttL
.o and I my frarlvtdiy IbM iienlih and life ran be prolonged
In sorrow and in pain> :20) Najig Iilii. loe l. tcvn don. .t John ;." .. M .' -
k.-gi I fr their Uiniu. il 1 |iev>r";> 10 in lao UbI&olOo'liful.

Th?combine from HIT heart has flown ; I Ii )bigs Kio Cofi'e, llollowny'ii many I'llls ytar ari tikeu beyond to (purify the ontiunry Mo>d arrnrdiiig .,1i..Irn"-:, fay.: : Ttnt lake fnun five u, Jackion J. U. :U'uuaae. Af..ianlla.J"bll U side-wheel On and after March: l&th,. tLeiiewinJ splenflid .',. ..:'f-. ,; .
tight of in I.Ir 11,. to dnilodre and the roofer steamship ,
4 hurrels Snup.h'ghais 10 IheruienUi I dbwn fur health 'contained in the dl- pm .
It feels the driving ram-Ah me! : Of,1a.. .tion* which srcnmpiny rarb box. t\urlllin i t'y to Unvinf I tbe.-dtre"IJ..... tl.e m'*t June GrllTiu, MAiprn Florida 1,500 tucs, Cspt if. S. "WoodboH -
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The chitt, and mould and rain.h obliua.e ca-e,01! l'ii.; Worm can be peediif t W' d. J-rse M. I lark, M Alabama 1.101'1011. *Capt. G. B. Scbenck .
1 hogshead Porto Rico Sugar.' Case of weakness and debility of Cilhcon.Fninkltn. Elisi "milt b. Grove. .,.
:t"/.:"oJ'. --H TO.AAUI: UOR.M. Artgusta, 1, 00 to"Cap& T. Lyon,
15 boxes Hanufacturod Tobacco Jaaie II srker
>llr lafgprd months have wheeled their round 10 barrels Whiskey ten years' standing, 1 bit rn in it valty fwrnd in the snwll ihteitioes! 1 bum,_ J 'Lund, I' i KnorvOIe, 1, 00 tuns,, ,Cap "c. :- |

Since l lore upon it smiled, r; barrels Rum, I CI'RI KV II4)1.t.WAV' I'zt.I.S. lull and. 1111'I'y l. the wet..>!.w&ui.<.'.si I t.i-Ux'iii.amull'oiuini to hiiureu.*.Lave. fi quent'j\et it'I., ThrnrisJ.;ppr .AnalarUeola.U.1fcisp.n ''I leave Ksw. York and Savannah rrrrjJVT'afTnia
(Vpy of a Litter from C.I;! John Jnh'i-on Antor t.autuel \V.epeurr. '. day and Saturday..
of earth his frowned 5 barrels wih.1I .
And every thing I gin. brvnkMi.U'itotfi m 1 be ttniplouiv m .tir ? -ff \ f-t
lou! (>, ,.rw York ilatcd J.tn 5 1d4.< I'
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On poor-stricken child sweet friend: I For sale cheap for cash! by J-C. BROWN. To Profr.. ("lot Ln wv: | mijfet.l"Me.ajTti'i: nth tlii*norm,.. '
and Inrr-i ( (fit" I I4l 1). .Ii.. .1. June 22. Sir-It I. .' lll the ino.'t.hfnrtfrlt ptiwnrp' l-hnve to iu t > etit-: of lbu C. L..ler. 0 in speed, saktyorcosafort matter Oaeir.a
TJijr weary, imScrhig child. t. inform \ n. that I hay li'.ii rM
.lren th by tnkt'ovr rill. For the ((4x1 ten tea:* I IMiflen a. !(. If )'"U u. any of 1'"r.' tiildren. tune ant J.\I f1l.11.b.. .4 skilful careful and polite officers. They offer s .. ,
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I'd watched loved one nigh and day. a Groceries &c. tr! aIO'e1' puoii IKli.NACH>: tVikb>l EVi .
roy d from iirinei-hipiit! nftbe I.ivvr nti I Stxinvch. LeonF.. W. (0")1", .T8lahulfe.II. :; most desirable ccnvevance to i ewTcrkr.. ...
I i I UUP can MI ly M depended nooa. Hy fboibr it y -
Scarce breathing when he slept 00 bushel Corn and wru rrd'uM-d tn .HCI nn rxmniDy: that 1 taw upmv jou ".lttr.J. -I- Cabin '
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have .. ami -. ; 1
a '.cn. *;" e. !*' !} cure; mid it. after
ulitn' nevr experliut tO CO t" *K/"IN;it,in I had II.? 'F. Itut; ker. UI. puslgt'P.uJELFO'RD.
And as my hopes wore swept away .Jj') bales hat, tried .very ri-tne y that was recomni'-mied t'. me. but I 1! usit'B it arc,>nliM210 the . the patient U not .DeniilIy. II FAT'C&V
5 hogsheads Baron Sides; i!i jloreit tu IteB.tUand .lie vniruw tbi>.,rl.l} .tradieatrdfrom i* Agents in Savannah.
rdinhishulom1lrept-oh.Ondl 1 ; all It nn purpose, and Lad given; my-elf up tu rii- pnir, Wakuhla Ctoige 3hll.. New fort. I .
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barrel Muss ill' )'Icn,. u ran ie l i siiri d lI.er..s II" rcmd .r SAMUEL .
; Pork. : L
4 'I.. MITCHELL
when I vi* At Inn recoiniuiiil !" take your I'ilN. I I I III. Mchudl. U
How Lad I prayed aud wept! j ,' ...1! C.: ciai'e .. for mil. there ti U"h
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15 barrels! CUrfiod Sugar. Alkr a.lntt them for thro miuitb. the result i i. tint tam S. G\\. \\1I.111or, nlTy IS Broadway New York.
d lal. iUlit f w V c.e
I II 5 Powdered aud Crushed now in heller h.-.lth than 1 have been for rlevrnvear n- > n.y'u'rup. N..b Lorry "0 I t

And when they bore him to the dtp; 10 Leaf Lnrd pant and indeed .. "ell!! as ever 1 rs in say* ASi'-AR'.liEs.t'K! \1U.I. TtltEADI"UII- Jrff'er..on. .r J.t'I.lwe. Ilon t'elo.: I To TravelleisGolngNorth.; .
."'I..a "..m,., 0 .hit! h the liatnin Ii liable OJiutpi It Tut-ker "
saw the white: sail spread, I I I r ymem ,
m 30 Canal flour! fe You uri-qiiiieat Ilbrityt-> make tills known for .
are liieniH.. t..U..OI.| '.t all ut'ici! 'J n"far"(en* Joel W.lhr, a' I IJ8111..1I. .
I kissed his spjochl!v quiv rin-j lip. So Racks Tennessee Flour. the benefit of oliier. ,,ra '} loltr f.niidiii tliie
.\D4Ieft him on Ir.s: b.sl-Alas 10 boxes 1'ale and No. 1 Soap, I remain,fir,yonr JOHX re--p"r J'M\sO\>ifiit y, .. r nm ti! UiiiuU'.n lbi-) (trinlii'%, l I.> liie finindatum \Iclmlllfid.. Madisnn C. H. I Iti. _.d 1

25 boxes Candles, (jiisni-it) 'tot' i>prl.",i'. ah orJ. N., ..' h a* mOauiii..n ol tinbowel R. r-e.inn., .4 1 ThrolIgh in 48 to 60 noun;
It sensed a cafiia bed. Tlu K celebiittH ril' are wonderfully!: effioaci.ju in .*
13 boxes Candy and flitter ili-iHincrtneiiU 01h. .1"1II'b.: 1 heb T. :.Anh'POa, UIt.
dozen the following couiplainir! : *.i and nfl medi in.-th, 'itcnn le Bard It IIOHK.'VSACK'S : Mctlnnry. : .
20 Uraotus Acil* Jut inmRtion New York & Charleston
When from my gentle slater's totub tirnrxv t\ (, UI rVKl'l'well II the AS"'III>b'n. Hamilton II J.tttwat. Jssper.Js.hn .
;; d. Buckets A.ilniS Jaun'ieRlltimsrnmpl'U
>z n I'verniery
| ">wer of Me.Uu.k f over A.'lIue.! ,U.tt'' defy rrtr.l. U
Ln;1Iine( 'in turs, wi cwnj, : F.rjfineiii" l my anyone 8EM1-WE-KLY STEAMS4IP'LVNE.I .
Zi'') -rriunplaluU .
reams Wrappirg Paper I .. \\ M
t<> {irO'inc a*an W.'t 011 or" -yt up and 1.lv..r James liendry. '
Thnu said it, "1tw d.ioUu each room!" 2/)0< pair BtxiU and Shoes I..1Ie.l uii Female Irrrf I uml' j<. r'lllx are ritciiiiimenilfft! t'I.tie lI.ed. tnal Ilirj will! in,t Jerry B "ftlll". U Leaves Ad r's"\\barf every Saturday and W.dnesday -
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. Well uune werejut the same th.it diy,- L'CN.I dozen Cotton Hose. fhnlic Skin Tin ulanlle Fevers Rowel .mmplaint fall kinds riire. All lint is iifeeuaiv I* in ue li'I! r\nip according ColumbIa G.p s. llrliect, AIigit.1' ...-, .aiter the arrival of the*cars'"from' ..th*_ .
All for sale low for c&h, bJ'June In dinrrtionr on -ai h Lolile: cud in tin a (f iiUepuifaUve :.a12b.! 4'LeuI.ru South and \7est -' ios --r
H fl:" r.lu'urr.3'i'm. C'u.tI.tiou uthe I
The same.: : .
very very w required iu order|" slay l tinirriiminn : 1I0Ilall"v. .
J. C. BROWN. theyprJt.e IT'UMARION
22,1854. (; ut IXmtionoftiie: Roel lATt"1ID4T--'rHE SFWAXD n>LZDin> OCSU
,the Livi-r Villa, hy tln-ir .( \ .A. a.
tnip.llbi'ti seiin.jand Iit..rlllJ.1.
Then mother little Charley came Urine llcadarlmc Com'r.JAMES
n5iimption 1,210 tons ". J FOSTEB .
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tienltliy emtiiHi' upon the bonti, I* the iuo>tplctuanl Alaebua, A. II. 1:811011.: X.wosnnne:
Our beautiful fair boy i The Old Stand on the Burnt District. > >i>fulii.il or.U ForeThroaK I'tbili.y, Mow In.tie.tionKi.g's and Crisp! )''tlll<:I.e that eau lie taken. ). \Ytiiiiloud .. ADOIR 1, 00 tons. .. -. ?.

father's clieri4iej llOCCXSACKy LIVEK m.LS.No t.. L. \\1I000n. I ot wrn'rasnaytIoN '
\Vith my own name: t'k-erj I VenT IIII".l"llnn..rme of all kinds,

Hut oh! he brought uojoy-aiy child T IE gnleN' ned keeps coustant'v on hand a :LCI.tIdfl7 Tic Douloureux TumoursWeakness pirt of the fy trm U more liable to dl tons RICHAE ADAJTS Com'r.sOlTIIERNER'ittoo .

full Ktpp'v! .FAMILY GROCERIES and I ymlnlll fnim whatever eaa... &". the l.ixrr itlieina .ulpi..d":; lib nnnitrniitiluod.vr Powdrn, 4'Juliii tons, TBOS. EWA.V, Comr.

Brought UlI.lurnwSand 110 joy. PKOVISIO.Vs) ; "consoling partly .hl at t'.ie! tJthlb1bm"ot or.l'rolefc-or liollowiiy. *rl*i,nrt 5' rv.., aDd if di
U:, little grave I cannot *er, J.-hKi ItittU-r' Cheese, Lard ot".1; .1 44 :Snand ueai' IVinptCar. London andy all venders flowine' thr-iu-.h alp! 'n, ol' tIe b dv. produce liverCOilIlIiItiIti Jan:"T.lJ'XwU. WondatoekNw&u sali.tr, speed, and comfort, experienced and COOT-
of niftlirineji the t'r.itrd f-'Wtes Ir
Uiroiighoit Jaundice lUSioui: afferuui.*, L.cprpeia, 111,Ii.. tcous commanders tables supplied with every lux-
Though month h-ive r pcd ISacon Sitljs and Shoulders! ; }Flour; b,xe",''!37 1-2 eenir,57 ecnt"and 31 5U eath.tVlmleonlo I.e.kc. I
weary I C. C. r"1. which will insure travellers thiS las
I Sugar of all k'md: Coffee Teas Soda, Butter I by Ih? pnueir'il Druf b''.u.e. of tie! I r.lvr.t COMPLAINT err- to by .

Since pitying lips bent over me.' I Sugir and Boston Crackers, PJut Bre-id; Union,arol bv Me<.is A. B. fc i) Smid*. New Viwk.NKlfl. i I. attended with ebillii, .nccedei by fever,"severe '. A J. Ilritild..ek. 'a C5rt. every possible; comfort aid accommodation. r .

And Whispered "Us is dend:" Mackcro!. Herring; Codfish Syrup. Molasses; _'1'Leie i* a cou.iderat!!e caving by takiuj the piinii in the r giuii nf tinLiver, vominni Wtt- tact,, .John'.. Cad L.llil1fln..t"oJ'II1.lluitapltreyt.AuAuctae._ This line connects with the steamers Carolina sad"
*
Tis dreadful to hi dead! Ue.n., 1'iititoes 'f"bacell. Spauiah Svgars larger uir.. j vilonfurred tm.uepu.'i'| : "full and "OUtthnr.lbf pale T.C Hnnoptny. Florida, from Palatka or JacksocvUle;Florida,said
Snuff. ALSO N. '8.-Iuirretinni for the enid.-.nce of pllielililio every ia the.Ide I b ire traced by prtixure;rttould the Irfl lobe Jaro\ 1.dlt'r.; tl through tickets will be issued to K.w.York.
-
1 do not mean for one like me- Brandy }Fm'.U: PrMtorves, Prunes SarJInrs di ; For lulu iu Jaciroiiiile! ; with a .110.. diy eouh.the .klii becnminz nf a fiiliow 8t11l1i.iall"(;Iuakl. .. accomzoodatiuns applr a? the office of the ,
S. weiry, wjrn and 1I"cLkIkath' Cognuc Brandy, IVach do., Scotch Whikey: ,; yT.. MCMILLAN, appantenutS t':.e tools rlavc"loiej This disease tban N Ibm". agent EOltY MISROOX *

sb.idi pJenesa seems b be nnngahila Wluekcv, Holland Gin M tdeira ran a.e eu..1 by theuce IIOCENSACK'S I.!VEIL J..bol".lnl..b. Ceaa.t.uhrfl .
Marion -
wy Comer of East Bay and Adger's South TTharC' "T tJ2"CabLa
Wine, Slurry do, 1'ort do, Claret do. Champagne Apothecary Hall. PILLS,a. they act directly upon the eat of the dl buloek: '4S
rim now upau my chsvk-hi* seal, Abimithe. June 1:1iiI(1E'S, I ..-a,e,and then eraiiiig| upon the b ."en.they etpel '1I.1\.eIOU. passage from Charleston $J5j steer.

<). firm aud brow and chicle.Utlt J)141 T. G. MTER3.REAVA11D. __ all the ccrrufilaiid titiated luaUerlruot the 'jsUiu.IAVPCPSIA. .- I J.M.1:11.: .. 4' sge, e3. BplS .

Levy. D. \. "In. '\ra *u._.
t f ir bright-winged bird: like him Wild} Cfceny The rympt-ro of 1 ln.p> >U, and iu various invxit Jnhn R.liatcb.r. CHARLESTON: and FLORIDA

..are ditiinef, in the b.ad. heartburn. > .bwatr r.1l1""t t' ar.erslOG. '
r I np; "
To lituh his Runavay.
joyous song, T8 U. S. Mail Steamers .
ratio meals soumf aruuif from Ole.100Uafb. m.1aboroub. line'ai Tllrmall. a.
t And prlsioed in a co&a dim i Qa .-Kinaway from the sube COUGH CANDY.AGREKABLE 1c..an'l>,'nvitmes -'. lai.ptinr of the m'tao'e' land). M.iw'uincbam 4 I *
I Frmi. tlii#it Wili be.-tn th. ihetlr a,e ewes it.origin C.T Kesidilek. I a Carolina-
JaiA Detth" pal ph in tout throng-my boy M-rlber; on the 215th June. a ncpnj > i f
to the taste, and var- to i. oi..n/'r.,d nate, ol the Liter and pins..b. Hsrezoto J..p" M.T/lylor. iSoso

Ta join tb.it grizzly throng! j man named JIM. ,.or sometimes: called Jim Shjw.j) a"rordine tthe dirtfrtnn.,whii'li' are H'lUEN.-'At-'K'si LIVEU Kit Ls in Use very : '.- tV.tt.Gsnli.ua, .,.. .
: Said is of yellow complexion about 2 feet 6 I ('bar! tSlI00F. FtU1)d
negro iinplit.tOCUte all caw*of O'oucru and Coliln, wtiirh! clue ctlert a permanent an j HsMnf run.m thry act ; ai
motlirr I bearS I stout and and of middle! r..".-l' 'I _-_ .. '
Oh. twn scarcely inches li'gh, strong build are \viiliin ilie tsar! of any mtdirinn, br>itle< vfliird- by "" the cctiain mniliid' iirtion uf the >)iieuiiuto 'rh.

TothinkoCt"} U to-ixy!! 'I I age; ratluT wild spoken, but with peculinritv in ; inc reli*!" in elate of t'Mtip, A.lhma, Catarrh and a hcalU.y actiun and rendcnn tie blood: pUle.I Monroe Ileojllo.ill ,awysr. Ety"'.. TEKOUGH T PA ..CIXUTO 2ft EOCE3- 5

his pecch. Said negro was raiwd by Mr. John ilronctiiuand Item;one ot Ute mu t uitful lacdiciuc ,I TO FP.MALE-5. Peter Unit-n. '41uiert .

It was so exquisitely fur i Houston of Amelia Island. I will give to anyone I in tior.."ily.Ia-.. 10' eon-iin-ption. You n.iJ r.ad thejPtU! an inT.iln'.l'-I : ..!'! ID t'llIrk. 'a. The CAEOLIXA will leave Cl. rleston eye7

TUat Uttie form of clay-Ay brutStQi : w ha will dolivcr; th-- negro to m at my plantitioa Mr. Bier in pincitue! Ihu article before the pu'ille I many C'iniulitir.l' Ui n H'cli >nu ate IU'j. llun'wruc! Orange, AI"fIIIn.4 tamoel"unlr.. Saturday at 2 P. M. Beturnrnp will 'leave PaJat ttaO
elniuw Imvn dUrovi-red -1tI'JU.ly cmnp'iun'rdmedicine ii.,,.. pit'ler",laI or b. been founrtofiii tpeer. Liaterprius.A ev.rafondar
JAil or in jail at J Jackmmville the RIIIII of $25. to or inr f.aitUI I. any v itbiti GI"o. : at T A. IT.; KeoLsta 10A.'JL-snd
linger by clay. ,
GEORGE Il&ANNINU.Middleburg ( hitherto ullknnwtI..r known only a. wp-i- .>iiui bln hrnefltlo sector,, e alld rurlljirf the blood Elijah Wit on. Jacksonville Tuesday, at S,,M. '.
; late remedies, <>r in -nrh ronibiuiition am prevrnted i and mier! fioii! ,.o a< toruiy a I romplaliil-. h uinyaii'e I
when
And for lorcff&r ? !
far The FLORIDA will ChsrTasbm Tue
one Inl.fr. SItpte: W.\\Jli.1It4 eire every -
.AduIillr"
Ju! : 1551. .C-lai
I r the full far.-e.( iheir benefit-la! i'ff.rt Nor dies beaver from temale irriKulantii sa lieaj.iebc,diiiifie'iif IfE. J I .
n c.
I..e. J'I\ at P. M. tuminr will leave Palatk
Came th'rkly-gatberiog t.irs, that Ins 'ouzli Cxndy li. the sppioval of HID"en s'alht.r.\ln''In the tide,10:. k. &.. 'l'l1ue fill-ate the 3 ,
of tire; .Medical Faculty,or ha Leru rrciiiuinviidcd by t.ac c.nly .alV sad etfcetuil: lemnl) to rote Ile f.'l'!owmg H.Crone. 54OIomoii Th'nrsdav, 10 .o'cldtk ..JT; Black Creek I. P.iLi .
My star faith clouded! u'cr I Hurl .
u i BnOt'GllT to jail on the 23d instant: a nejrro- "m"*l enlu'bten pint ici ins;" but -h" would nvrHyrtate enmphillt.11., !Neivck A. iL

I sink: beneath tuy fears, ewect friend. f sari his name is Ar.ril.and thit he i ii tli.it loa mi luii: .cf! *uffored feverely frum broucbi.il /1",11'1110-\.1.11_.,khe lltJI..m..1' 1I"WI'I nre"I". These trips will! fee rcfslorly kept up, except f lacstcs .

. My besry wegJ!: of fesr*. i belongs to John Dcmcre of Hamilton County.i .- I aitettiony, accompanied by cnu.-liiui nod r.ljlit Immune, of "ight,or in fvt a"yof ik* :.".. that when either ytsaner may be temporarily
i Slid buy in of black complexion about 5 feet, 6 in- nrenti.,lie aj| >ii-.l 10 one of the Fai'uliy who-e presrnpaoiiafT.tiiied a-im Irnm afiei tioti' of the! Liver impurity of the /. Reuedy withdrawn f..r oTcrhiuIicg iu which, ta.sQW

Oh. but to foe thy fond ann twiueAruund ,i dun high and 22 years old. : at,' h rpecdy relief and rvtulted In.utw Uluad,or eanlon of the RowdWV :.. notice w21 be fp ve ,

mn'oucc agiin i The owacr is requested to come fjrward proveproperty (knowl'tlpe(..(t'o.1 of.ure.the infredienb that he "".and inclined l of the to manii'-r utHaln in a Stir l'uruC.\I.: E\'IJIEN'P'. For Each Disease.AT These steamers concert with all the interior

It almost seems those lips uf thine 1, pay chanroo, and take him a r.ij,1 -. which they niizht l I" properly roinp-.uuiled with UHM, rrtpt of thrir unfl'-rwcn.-d.m 'nnf"cture phynri.iBbHvlnfhud mLiniti'-il m m lor In.the,is-. Stores of East Florid,and roasect both wan with
VISZAXTn7or./! the few York Carolina railroaSa nd--
JAMES IteaDo
to iivc them conxemrnt and pt" .1a.I. f.m. fince lion the tIps ,
inrredifnt nf
i (-lyihat wliich th nreenm-
kiM
Might away tUc pain-might soothe i Jacksonv21e, June 2v I8. n-birh he IIM had the itinfacti'm of ainiinuteiint! it p.cd make-them H* IM 111)) in nw for all dl'e_*. the requcstof'many of my pa- tbe WHoiiigton roads. .

Thin dull, cold hsavy pain. I uccmlul' ) ia many case '1 he 1"IT1fI f'hl.of"liirlitbu of tLe LJvtr,iaipurlUe ol lm! Bicxxj: k e. *- tie, t-, i bsB e. _1110-" lo pu up k i U. o say Q? Pa s<-ga from"Charleston to JicksdrriHe $3;..

i to jail on the 2d insUut candy in comixi-ed. among which Wild 'hvriy u IE():;\vnno.H.. D. m st ef.leient pn-rtpuuin! >.tn Uie f... o1 I'AMILYMLtilCINE.e'rh frkm Charlfcsua: to Palttki, $iO; """* 4;
But mother liII,. btornn BROUGHT negro Iii.prfllripa',are 'rfeellj-barnil. ,and may be i.ik.-n .
ginfle through i : and'l"a he belong to John F. CIliiWLEY. D. on cOiled loa par tieuI..r dians,,, For further particulars l.J'pT! to *
nays by nil penuiu,of all area. at all limw. Cnlike many 1. COVVEN.M.l: ). ant nut Uke tbc .u.t; relf ul the ;
n
I lean thee luauy <*:tuou J. W. CALDttTiL Chsriestoa. -
may not on j IJjmere, of Hamilton Cottnty. lie is uf a black I ifthe Con jli &;"ndl". how flernl l.r nale, pairnrtine Purchase btit those arid p"u",,a* ot the da\.pr--s..slte to Hut worMui.tan
For litUe fjrais o feet C 7 inches and S3 be the of proionnd wcdical' rec.-arcb but frt having use ticnMnr of BTLLECHASSE A JIX2fbicf .L'J&e.QQDYW& if
belplcsn, cowering ; complexion or high, years In prodo-t -J.\. fUCIi: ,"1181111 oth&-a ate nortbl*ainiiwtion ) une CutupnunJ willtu.e nil ..pie", am who (In t
j of age. which are in re"litIhe concoction of genuine t'n-iy Site "..1. M ill- great 'lioliin I'').iela' pnilan/Buii
b.tblTo' !
Cling trusting unto tae-poor < The owner u requested to come forward prove makers,this aiticle U not 'xperted to cure all the"ills I I.put mtt\IMn..o wbi h tfa-.y tnw attic tutu botUe R. R. HHO TaafkCFPOSITTCN l
hive no guide but me. katfli.h in heirlo." but ii pecohaily, adapted to the Accent wishing nw rnrDlies and atl othrr wtehlnz ulwhic1sbeyktaOWr' .
nd tike him __ _
property, par charges.* awav. few ditrntr bnvnnentinn-'l, and innlead of beingroinpokcd to become A--HIK; I11U.l ad Irex the proprietor. J. !i. J.!. K With weary foot t. and br..Ven wlug: i JAMES 'ISZ.\ T.; JaiJor.I of the poorest qualliy nf onr,infa.ed with IiUlifSlAt K.al I.i. l.aliiratity Tin Lau Nortb Second ,

With bleeding heart and Jacksonville June 23, 1854. the .u"rt of boailmutul,it is made froojKO" la inusbett lret.t,above Knee rillLAHKLPHIA. FOB CHOLERA: DYSENTERY BOWEL the TJ S. HailTPalatka
sore Carrying
I Ute of perft-ction.and contain' well known Sold by all Dru;;i-u and Uertbaou in the rutted CoitPLAlSTS. ic. ..
Thy dove luuks back..ardllllOmi.n: and approved 'remedie Try it,and intrinsic merit FI.I.. r mi6 1IEni'EES
I "nROUGIIT to jail on the S3d instant a negro
Hat seeks the ark breast I will call f'Hth a pnntaneou approval font, yon, which.erelonr DR. J. ROSS'S CARSIIKATrVE rIa.
no more-thy Sf by the nameof Sharper-tbe property of John Khali rive it B popularity uupaiatleled iu the 9 BALSA1LTbl and Savannah Oa.rSSIDE .

Seeks never, never more. Demere of Hamaton county, as he savs-of black li-lory or noMrnm. Philadelphia Medical House-EsJL. .Mtiiure w one o/ the Cio i 'luipurUul at-dictiw*, ( AU. TH* wiT,) ..7:
5 feet 6 inches high and about and .'.on d be sept in ill fami meA' a 4' *''till." .
hr.
complexion, or 7. Prii-c 25 remi per paekwe.Each tibti-U awenry>i r.ajo tt) KiNKLiS PICOtATA"Bl.AC '
VIA CR CK AND
Sweet mother fUr thy ndererpra1. t holer and a I tu.tvel Cmip .1... il hi. uevrr laud
40 Tears of e-mnnre paekme or Riees Conjh Candy,will! comer of fhiidiiij Union tiretU bclwetn SpiuceaiidPIUD .
age. FLAND6T.MARY
liyn-ntcrjr vantubta Inn !. w .i%.,td.cn ibi*BiUcte i* JACKSONVM t.- S.
That loftier ftith be given; The owner is requested to enme forward prove ..r..nelol.e| the tlgnatnre ofT. C. tUL'E, fa- bilutlcipbia PalVVAUI 3Ara 1hOd a' lilr clrd. like 2iCE. <.. B..UNSWICK, AND LARIEN, OA.- ,'

Her.bruken reeds all swept sway property pay charge and take nxZASyt him vannalttia Oxmtry merchant..n' rapplifld Ly. the Lax,each apprised that Dr. Il\KELN'onl!," Mspnetle es'.Thesteanrpicket WZLAK1,

That she nuvy lean on Uesven her heart June JAMES, JaSarm bo; conliiiolug SO packaje, ai 6 35.m : to a pnrtlrnaritnncb: or Med&clt.rwhtehtnpgri J. S. ROSE'S EXECTORAST, OR _/! _" \N Capt. N. Knre, leaves Pa c.
JacksonvHle 2'.15,1A.DID.'II5TR.TOR.S >v 3 If luf undivided "I.... lie! cautl IB* the unfuriunat : _' Istta ererr Alonday">""'"'s; '

Grow strong in Cbri and Heavc, nf iin>.1 the abuse of m. rcury. .J"hllol1nd'lre auuu illy CROUP SYRUP, ,_ "',s?" at 8 o'clock. -

Once wben young Ilope's fresh morning dew NOTICE. u.ercurialiied tOt of Ii... ttocenl slcctiuu: anTW2VTV Ts a never falling remedy for cuuglif,seWs sad lalll Arrives at Jacksonville same evcninji and leavM. .
L1VEB CPIIMWI' piQtatyt.iItI! '..4. !!kvia_ l-ric S catwi {I. !
morning at S o'clock touching at all th*
Tuesday
is
1AY.oSp'ltLing: on my.breast, 'MJ'OTICE hereby given that the subscriber ,
Administrator VBAUr'! OF PRACTICE i term cThlte places above. ,,' _
IV has been dulv wpointed of the DYSPEPSIA '
Vy bounding beart thought Lu to do.Tovort In the tre f rlaat di-etfti .. DR. J. 8. EOSE'S PACT CUEEP. from PalathaPicnhatasndSla&Creek
estate of John L. *!ugttt, late of Monroe county, nint n bit: ft..rl..r. Thsucghfare .
*t Heaven's beh"t-my pains eeeased. AH persons having detuauds against Jaundice Chronic or Nervous Debility ed and itt.p>-r. ectly ni.dertto.-d bas nmliit-d Ir 1I:. Will rUle ..I'Irleek.,torn ., pains in the fgee. --s0o .' a.

Cue at the same bcbest! said estate are hereby requested to present the Disease of the Kidneys h:1:1.I".I.U.b.; of a'o.lt on eli pre-rrnti.. ) iu title beck or liiubi frmn a ruld. it ruT >|.w>..,rhilblaiiiB Through fare from Jacksonville. 6 PO ,
piers that hi.. tent! or Iu the stomach LuIllo l. Through are
craiup pain or I glee
to the : within
lame, duly substantiated subocriber and all Diseases from loeal au.l ,'ottItUt4ifld w< iknesni-nul and 'HIuf ).''' .
.
AD ktri&y. aB tearfi* arising a la I Iii. ,S3e. auj &lc. 13 Charleston f..r- 8 00
the time prescribed by law or this notice will be em gr tfm-i-'bjn ia eel ain batit-, furuilnnio 'bit .
Alone and sorrowing, plead in bar; 'and all persons indebted to said eg disordered Liver or Stomach: tei-iat yet ..;..tl> ai.d total I upmig of d.o&Du T. *3TTUe TrVttlata connects with one of theXew .

Vy dim lifted to the ate, are hereby called on to make payment to Plu-li ai l.'ontupatl'm Inward Pil-s, Puiliieo 01 IIU'l"I' unit//1.| i riMtur m'.rt3lity.TAKL DR. J. S. EOSE 3 DETRACT OF BUCEU, York and Philadelphia' steamships from Ssvnus5every .,_ c

eye sky GEOBGE D. ALLEN Adminiitralor.Eex tlnod[ to the lle.nl. Ari.lity of the ftotuarh, ? aeaea.Ilaribtan ; :I.iflA",1t; : NrrrcR.Theie ; \V dsesdyi -' S
.
l one of Inc> !I..t reniccle": ever c*.d,for(Ujeass of '.. .
Fast to the Cross I cling-OU, Christ! I.i.eutf'vFiwid, Pullnen or w right in the Ii rrtr h Jin loan timemnolx>>d in by ACECT3.Z. .
West Monroe Co, FU, Feb. 22, 1S54.TOTICE Ctis he kidney>,blsJuei. &c. r-rir'n I0c.DE. .
l.oyi,in .n'.tP: with
termm. up ibein to iusnbi "
To thy dear cross I cling. Pioiimcti Pour Lructaiioni slaking or FlntivrmR at E. DI KE Palatks. .
., the pit I of the ttomv.-b, t-wimnitni of the head, llnr- >OiI. and. rf.in : i.ot r i 'oriiK.u in Cut: tiu.e' ,iioluuly U EISB2E & CASOVATJscbtmrffla, .
ir'tnzm.ts. _hf1Ul', 1650. ned and Infftenlt, Rreathtng. tlntterine of ih<- Heart bZfl -. it.ot1 ,v. C ii, matrimonial pi.inebut 1. s. EOSE'S TERVors AND DTTIGORATIITG .
hereby given: to all creditors: heirs tM4t S. 31.LATPITEAU ,
: ';hu1lnt or Suff.-atius entauoii whrn in shine pow rive iii.t,' a -?(' p.tractt d, in.idi a,...nd dr. '
.
-1
: .
Of the hymns is bantu Unguige/or tkitovltidyTew 1., and legatees and all others interested in thee lure, Diuinew nf viiiun, l>olt.,r V,elu hef-Te, tbc S ight, vctatii.g &(),4-I.Orc' I'I rlnj-r Who I.ve way to COEDIAL. ,'.1

of Ferebea Thippln, lit of Putnam county, Tevi-r and rtu'.l: Pain[ in the Head Pefli-iniey' nf Per.p.I .- OHM penn--to'.* p n tIp HI anair'o'tliernniwq'ii-n>l For beart di and holy and fall ofmeaningu the command- eceasedthaton the-t'Xprat oD of six months from I raiiimyellnwn( theKkin and E.Mnninlvi*. ist.Ing BE'l1rUf I '.

blatta--lhia: ;). I ha date herau I will apply to the Court of Probate f'ule. back,rhent.hml4, &e.,pu-iden FIuhe.onieil.Honiinz I anti uajrc: <.uuat.ie loa Lug" ...d vawui'- IVar in the vpiiiu. hid gi'iiiii power i's-the whole system tt uamot .' .
or evil aDd litmm. mllacll:..iu t"elfrcti l'ilc SO c.DR. and FloridaThe : -- .
for the aforesaid ullae Pliih. enu-tant imazinii.g ,
Pnaam
U:1tl..r for final
of a
Jtn. Jndson, by.her grains it iacJdeatally one "r tlfl'- 'I,In- ur.r
the world's memorable ones. To a religious class ettlentent of my accounts ". said' elute and a great deiAS *p. EP rU\I..9 rtmrt nv to 'l&tuifwilb a- cuo.rair>". 01 tn Hi pK_l-i mind Iu .J. S. ROSE'S DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND new and elegant iteara-*:.' -
.discharge as admtnistnilar .( "
/ ,
lacy liHile. I. ..re1..e I dull.Inc-n- "ST.JOHyS a
Capt.
packet ,
also of which her husband was a shining prophet, WILLIAM THIGPIN jldntiiuttrator. DB.HOOFLAN CELEBRATED lute,an"d engagin Li* .p rt wlib le
W fienyvial will be dear. Bat there are those who Palatka February fith 1854, fbi 6m GERMAN BITTERS uiual. ftlon wkea u en In mnjdBeiiiin with bu Ahctallve L--__ SaTannahevery: ThtDrsdaT--"
4 ltll *** l
If lie .micpatbtin.el! bffors the ha.drnr or rn.Pitc *
pmrtlre Funiilj of both 75e.DR.
,
tok fcr bright oae the pilgrims that tiorningat 10 o'clock, for .,touclxint| at tUy.theintennedistepoinU. .
among II. :
worn and mtrr initiliminy, 'bis mariner U
paft of trial by the world unseen-the soul-sore Jacksonville & Alligator Plank Road Prepared by Dr. -C. M. Jackson, : unfruitful ale. n-n.. tril. biinlbat in.u caiwrd by ROSE'S jj.- > '' -
ill .Il\ ttruThesaate .. S. GOLDEN PILL ,This boat has been-built expresslj fcr this trallt17..has
aM ktsrtwrnng, with the higher sensibilities that Company. :No. 1:0, bchstreet; Philadelphia. rtylpraita S 'h\"h.1tn1l1J 'Wllta. For follinf? rjfin. vrnmb, f.Biai.. weakness debility, ware IUd airy state room accommodnttfina for .

.art ali, 0 aD* :'1 scopeoagony. She will be, Treasurer of the Company is now prepared at ..li"1) .'i tiioc: ?:H.Uirv 'Ituttr.d' ted peIuaLl-.n. fnecioc.DR. passengers"and takicg.the inland rottte presents .
THE "tb..l.pnwct the xbove I.i eaj**1< notifequailed #.-.ll-5. '" MA'RiGEpqa'ros *
tT those sad i.membereL .Sacred be receive the second and thrd instaUnenu upon ; by any oilier pr'pirmloii; In ,us Units.: topcrior*acccmmoda s fur invalids and other .
yeecgnized the stock of the Company each of 20 per cent tftatw. a* ibeur *..taIIl. m BJSH) rannr after .fclirtilpbvuielana 0-f WJSm\, i tkffii ecnifltiniw, in Wrier J. S; EOSE'S FEMALE SPECIFIC, This boat will Lave Jacksonville on herretnr* ,. .

tile spot where rests what las'w sued and GEO..W. CALL, Secretory.julStf hail 'tailHtlwcr !.- .,. .. thai I-i.ud It .taf th' v-it t:.a!ntt:; tflrc.ujs'mtIt.iai, | | h paiii. !"'" A remedy 'i oVIock..

wear utcr are worthy th>: ttnHon or Invalid. m t rover lbs 'iifitM nr | .wieiUwmeliec wbilu. f rice{I. For fiirther DartlcoUn inquire ofCapt.'Tzus.imu .
n- i'na-ta au.i, '!" iu- .
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r.r e'sing great ttrtiiei in" ret'ttli..I."t Ihceane* twin to
of the '.I.,r and icsscr GlniM, Emri>inf tile mn t 'anoriseieeo.ph"'JlI l inLownIuyp.c,14 It be I irrrd to DB. J. S. HOSE'S AETI-EILIOrS OE SAILTVte ,on tf G1l0 L CNNLrGnAM; -
For Kent in wcakmts ) -ctioi.iofUi. hientive tt-qusIihicaiai.! ail, i2i.ir.tt"ni: iil diaappointui '
.rorvhiC pOWetS an .
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For Rent. 'ut*! App!>,,th.-B,wlili-UJ rIl tine,I..order '. Savanasi.
DWELLING house oa Dan street L ( organs, they are,withal,"., certain and pUaMint. to .:i'.ssr uitruig, and .Ilxl'd }ufg4i.Uuil.jn Pa- 'nOAD''pIls; BIS5EE 4 CANOTA.3ackiouiilla.: d
A F. C. BARBETT. .- braetd.tevivlfl.d Pills;! are nut warnuUd to Ore very malady .
A Email Dwelling House on moderate quire of BEAD AND BE CONVINCED.TeMlmHijt aid ctrength.n.d.1P.MtMKP.tt BEXET A TEASDALEPaMta. -
or diMMU*luel taut iu mu.011'they are a grist remedy '
.terms. U it siUatod ia tbe western suberb .Jane 22, ISM.Plantation from Manama in favor nf Dr.ilnoDaB ;rie who plaes ulmif muj r nr ,KtnkeiinV trearm>>nt fir a I 111 4M. Wt uf U, *.tun ud coammu IV er*- 1fy May 2tth. 4

of the low, on tie tract owned by celebrated UeruiHn ftlucra, prepared by Dr. V. tiJarkmn may rrlieinml.v ronfdw in hi. honor a. a ptitlr-iniiB, VX IU.nUIIr"pln,.they are an active pnrgaiivo cleansing .-

_Dr-Bksr. TbereMOTtrMaereofrroaad for Sale. PbUaJnlpbta. The create* known '.me.ly and n ly upon, Ute Mxumm-e that the scr. U uf tir. .'. and pad ing Ute liver,ttmuwb and bow l l.,and.vui| For Enterprise
C. DEE% > for Liver < MBdaint, Dyinep, Uw stsina ire* eikttwumXTwn o* d witiiDr. .
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to Jaundices Ih"olU (.atllit will sever tv diecktrd.. ... . .
'hi1 -E' fcepoblican Office. .Deblhl.J)1a) ,- orthe 11I'tI.. "e. .e. Vonnff m n-li-t no litlie mndWty rtet"r yon from Ua ff Toi.lr .VUstOra whit pure IR*BIO>.|tut.rnf *4 .. .lenaedlat ""
for ile the plantation known ,'kkso k Green, AI"nllflria ci's'.. KitioM mer ur fsver and Aasv .i"ke1J J-* '
IlEREDT offer t Ala., September 30 rnnkinf your ease known in _whet, from daealion Lmdmga' cnthi1.: : .
I by the nsm of SAN JOSE, which baa been for IBa. iUt 'WeliavBMkt-paiBs to Intrudue and rrap'-cuiHIrty.ran certaInly U-fri ltd you' Uti Jcta., .' -

For Sale.AWT the last four Tears cultivated by me It has locate Grr all Kitten" ,and *5 find U lo ba a very valuable Too.many think they will i-uneral __
it dwe1 J1g.hoUlC and out buildings, medicine." nwa beart and core Unttwlve.. Alan how often is TiE GREAT BLOOD PCZTTIEE The Steuaer DARLI5QT05 Captain J- :
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upon i:. A.K rhHOB. Bellefnnt, Ala.l January 30, 1851 this a fatal delusion,and how .a pruraicinf "" aD SkiS diseases :
many ) "I .SM4 ,
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g welt of water. .The number of ; Tbn bait*a lK-ia* .ern* Bxocx will leave Jasksonvilkieverf Saturday
fa excellent
tsndsome btiBdmg Lot square with an said! .WYnur -uri_ .u.t eventually ba*,a large nan,who misht have been so ornament tu soelrtj, It '.eiaiuianilaC* Purf Ibersi* stPalatia
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:$) fronting on Adams Street a. ..tb.Jlm4aam era of land iaSSO, which is cleared hammock ie; all those who .e4 it I. tar rJIII j| liirrt it very b>* fadfl finm UM enrthKtrkmre era > Icr pvutyt'4 IIW bLod aDd CieIt1SiII: has morning 8 o'clock arriving r.sa.day.Leaving .

-.r Dot1i* .IlutfidrTWIIII.r..' some timber land. There is an orange grove eons tuck. Tbr people base hea much dartivod b. by *or the stews are ,rtly removed by tin *klu pri or atat.i alt wai. lMHi| auJfivtaf m.qtll to Lbs con Palatka.. o'clock ilondaj-. morning .. .

Appiy to ., .IXMcCUES.Tiq taming from four to fire hundred trees. tnflmc patent imtnim*,aad nut ant the sale of application of a newtber.iifiilieal aa t.iitwd t only by .sttatms, :Jill".lAc.a'P, *"&P"4 ,C 151OIe4 as connecuon w thiift steamers' Carol.: 1Id.Weiaba. '.

.' .U.11U4.tt L The plantation.is situated about seven miles ycv.sr valuabi* Bitters, and will,_,unlil is, become Itt. K. WeakMw iVinMiludoital OeUlliy nrpnipt- made tIfIJTkS. 1'nn-.ht15.id el. .; -' will reach Lake Monroe .cIa,. Betarning;' .. .

above Jacksonville by water; fir* b viand, nd.is knewn-* > I ly cured,and.full Vigor mtuf ol, -. All of lite attove pnfuvif,with Dr. Roe,'. Med will leave EnterpriM at 5 o'c1Dck.Tnesday mcg*
the Fnw1erTmpPe, Ala.-J.M. !;"lIlU: ltd: COl'NTttY INVAZ.tflS feat 4y5ey$5psva5isf.kkIee5. aid U bedllb,to b* and Palatka at | ocIockWednedaj morning, si4irrire '.
Immediately powthe east bank of St Johns
"Tlu Bnuis ara fetlinc .eD and UUok tbev will ton, -
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Springfie J\lills: easily accessible, and ifl. view of t steamboats tiauc so. ast ryaiv |oo4 sattCaetto to mose who fan Bitvo >y .tItlhllt tllt-Ir_.,pI tI;. ttltfedterl iudof '. : at Jae.oyiUianmne. cay' .' ; ; .
t1tIIPtii.s T.M mLLAN; Jacksonville. A. JL /
Jl8.M8It lip the DYCI' km med Utem". .', ?_ .'. with all their qrmpiMU, poor Uf1dn1115 : ,_ REED'Ag'tatackionycl*. -** : :
1--1461ao t.Ci the place eleren negroes, Dr. H. P. I.eoaard, FayMte C un H'IOM. Aia.Jaa.. )Dr K 'it sft5.poi5e5assd seeordttI14Forwarded I..ua Ttaaiet H.A ws,Tallabr;S.morl Puleftoa MOOUeello jail E. &.:. (tatPaliti-i. :, -., ..-" c. ..
-Steam. o 1833id Year Biner bays done wooden taiMtscetiM. an."p'.t IIi&t tralte4 ; A. H.: VXil-m, Newpotu W..""_-n- "J.I
ir J. and of 10. : **
Lath Urge s ,an !
Saw :inn ; : ; fowteea head bones seventy. youth sow.M O.M,Habbert, r>q" packed**PI frisiAECE or.JWtlOltTY! lattc; & R.AlbenL widxtoek Mills;-sad of l'ed- -:

;SJmg1 =dJ l.Itachine&risauxo five.boul tj tock catUe and hags;'sad if any JMJT- : orlaN altty.1aad esu for..al montbs under uae READ .Tenth nd Manhoocl n(ratralty tbro*;h
; : son rtmldlik* t*purchasa.*bortly ".wiib. utii.F and the .
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V* .ara of our last 4 : a-Iieamfr.wb; basbs <. :'
: : a.m tun no or va an _$'the now',grawm crop,-. !. caw reported doubtfal. and We yoons man,&Utoiigicy 'YXGQCOCS- LITE .OSIlka >. f 1 dS' : ._,\' ';.::; :W>.
: >-n ma *re4"GIICId.or-' acres mrnerd with'ttie Bn.hntthr.. A. li -- EtE ', '.
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TsIe pdeivusb1i- w fte.- ,"ecty waN aM. -,. .. .* lt .F U3yATI-4alT5Sc. tmflie .,-m he sowing rf ; .- .
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;, : .,.. IIrCi at4h>jftt e40 MORB TE5rJItONY .&tIt TuK sOrTT ,, pacek eml.J'.I,. .a mrsuaofJfttraingllMi *- :rI'ilfi Enbscrlbg teepa' haaa anJUaortaMotof A said nerf.rmiat--snch.othaa.jseTu: mqb.t .. :', .. .: :..... ,,. &
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;. -- pD.11a.;oba rlar! .to xfft gist tlsaola obiJsctia p 1m. Ali:" .U .1..CsUsa. MUM time.IfISArtJOB H i1IATTI4 c.UlPE :. : &SB..J; BLDiDtnirorttd.fr : ..apE .- wna La. = ':.':.:-L.x...... ..',:' '. '..j, :::
.ps.,. .. ,.II'or MUbre of Jua wish to retire tea to IIMUM IbU bktatei na the ficaib wadvaztca b4O i ID 'tz;i- ,
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. ]cCOnm... wa. Maccount-of jO-ptMpwtt; With. on cost, \"OD rW& . "
Ga. ,.fI = tbI1.J't1I,1U. I t&Dt.iD'ti'J al'a.. ... .-JI=.e.lfI E_ ; 1.1.1 ; J ": ," '. .5 <:.. flJ.NB4* 'AI. dIf"WfIt. CBl.llT' .
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at(4idns. fully malAtalfe mG euiNd rt1"- .A letttt with a lemlnsac of ii eeau,es Ihi :

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_ : :poor j_ -,, Removed to the Newfltore in Holmes'Boildian OENIJIAL. MERQAITI9UINESS ATe.s 'w. k BeLec1i It 17 !ret of p'j
Tuso1EINAiJAmerican s ,'" >. t .(,'. ;
I. : : Dr.Baldwin's Wg1r4L(. ." Medics!" _
I ,opposltQ would fully,call,the atteatioa of all who;arc ,. .JJn. ,v. ",,'
-' a -s- Fertlizer.4sar.aovooira.aoi4isAa I : .Office. Jacksonville. : desirous*f purchasing cheaply to.their large and. I Tbenpeotic.1.. x..l'tof. ..
S Well-. .electe4 8tock>consisting ia part ofDry E.'.u.umu:J:; ,
-- -.THERE": kept constantly band a large aUia&a.
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= I no tonal,' 1I.u" Goods Grocerie Queenrware-- ,> .
Y"r- and well)selected assortment of i -*> .cia.4g.1* .
HM,aztenaiesZj fur'fAa put U" wezr. MPsssie < lists Cnia, '. Crocker/and Glassware, .J.o.Jf"t.n..l'rutot:
zi + 11ets if.rai'y.'lJ r'Jfflrglafl4.v D gs"N Chemicals; Boutr and Shoes,' Drugs MedJcinea : J.A BBABVXJL J. 0 rt 'h. ,
4 1iij w.aiI M lAs IslaSa tJBJJUl UIJ..I. as4B4R.B4D0ESfor Always received by the-latest arrivals-warrsated IroD. .PAint Oils omy;and Demomtr&of A llj';",....' 7..b.

tJu (rrowng t HTat, CbN&, fresh and enufne.- Also PERFUMER COMBS. Hardware and Cntlcry, Window.Glass. ;/." -3. War1HD,Assistant;Jnc s at.
Potatoes, nbacco Cotton,and On Sugar fib,.: -" BRUSHES, SOAPS LAiiPS,BURNIN FLUID Particular&tte"t ;ntPadWt the Provision Busi .Anatomy*. __. ,' tt

_. ? r CAN BE HAD :J1TlLl.LJl THE'PRICE OF &.be. 4c.,which will be sold low for cash. ness. Hay Com, Mesa" .'Flour;Bacon,Fiab, .WIIE REGULAR Cowof Umnjh'ait-;
1r T VANO,it mart lasting 454 uiU not burn tJ."ud. ,Country orders solicited and punctually attended Molasses, Sugar, constantly on. band in 'Urge v JL atitoiioBfc will commence on th*Ant Mondav'
? OxtT $25 A TOJt OF 2,220 IBS.AltoFertiruertfar to. Physicians'.prescriptions put up with,care and quantities. ia November,'and terminate thePreake2nreUl fbGowntf Van?
,Irvit Jrin and Grap n, despatch. -. Produce of all kinds purchased. I4WtHoa,
A aNTe rtmeay/or On Peack Worm and t&, Cr- All are invited to call before'making purchases dat..1h lath clar.of Dttoben _
culb-Z Qf Proprietor, SODA-WATER, IN BOTTLES *' elsewhere. ." ,' ,. meat of the.BOTlar >irse. Mwjtio addt
Tff GEORGE A. CEDTAILNo. will be kept on hand during all the summer, with N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Good,such sl(es will,b.required.rssItbeMedicaJandSugic: StudenthartfriTac
Ice ,for cooling that refreshing beverage for thosewhomaycaUforitatthestorc. Blankets > S?
.10 South Front street PhJadelphiaCity, -' as Kerseys, ., ,Ac -,. Ward of a.
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State of Pennsylvania ja5y UENDRICKS & CIIES3. Hospital. Thia extensive _.
tSfSoda Water will be kept also ox DRACOHT. the medical control owg member of the FscaltV, ;
SDclivcrod free of Postage at any Wharf in by whom clinical kUrcevre
______ the city. TEAS. Fashiohable.Boo.TIaking. ,hOD to this, they have ample pportwury.k.c
'- Agent for tho New York Pekin Tea Company. log vraetval ''CMdnane ai tte OiOenwhlchii -,.
PnrtADELrHiA, October 15th 1853. Tea of direct lmportation"and of 84 varieties froma ? open daily to MtiMth T> "
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THE GTON HOUSE JACKSONVILLE, O. A. LwsAU-Dear &: I used your American Penman quarter to 1 Ib. in a package all warranted and Subscriber would inform" the Public that During the peat sewtoa upwards Jtwu
THE
Fertilizer, and found it equal to the best at extremelv prices.J3TCOUNTRY I >."gone through ,the fire,"" he can be case wen pmcrJwd for, a ovettiiirtj UXtnt

CoatSiues open during th6 present summer, prepared to receive and accommodate much Guano. I used to it the side use by of side.chemical My manures fanners were, but ( DEALERS supplied BT OBDERIXO found at hi*shop at present located on the burnt :rion5pers.1ned1n tIle retleDee eth
opposed '
... ACCOMPANIED WITH CASH. district, on For yth street where he will continue Anatomjeal -
transient and permanent Boarders. je22 '. I[ will use it again this season. Please send me 3M gallons will be
to manufacture to orderGentlemen's abundantly supplied Fern Jlat-
Garden & Flower Seeds Plants &c.
Delaware.
tons to Smyrna, riculation $5: Full Course of Lector; 9105monstrator
Boots of first Dc-
(Signed) ALIXAXDES PATEKSOX. ALso always kept on hand. quality; tlO Graduation | fur
LEIN \U S AMERICAN PERT1 1.IZER. mr26-y UcMILLAN. as well as execute repairing in -:. lIe flatters formation,address po Vna2dv' Amber. br

ai1\1Y1)n\? ) Hear what Mr. Barksdale, of Virginia, says of Lpi- himself that the general he baa given June 23 ,ILLBrarUtXlWJulV $ -
; nau's American Fertilizer. while following the business in St Augustine, swell
"Upon tny Tobacco plants your Fertilizer surpassed d"ctioneeJ.AND' as since: his residence-here, wil entitle him to NOTICBy-c .r'
any thing I ever used. I mean to try it on my the patronage of those who wish ft, well-fitting AD1IIYISTUATIO iJvineci .
; & RETA'ILHAT 'COmmISSION BUSINESS. Boot made out of the best h4 .
WHOLESALE Wheat crop this year 1854. material. lie Will endeavor 01 Probate,fOr Devil '
J.; lie purchased 88> tons. Subscriber having been appointed an Auc ID perform his work with every degree of next,will UofforffoSal:brfbrJS."f C er

STORE Hear what William Fowell Esq., of Camden co.. THE for the county of Daval. by the Governor promptness and fidelity. House door in the town of Jacksonville,(bo fbQov 4
i \ r New Jersey says: of Florida will attend"punctnaby to all business ja2e-6m CHARLES POETTISO. inK personal and silibe real estate the. -
"I used Leinau's American 'Fertilizer on a part of entrusted to his pare. From his long experience estate of the late Job A.Jones. -S!&It

er. I '" my Farm which was shaded by my woods. I usedit in this capacity, he flatters himself that he A CARD..APOTHECARY TIAT.T.. payment 01 the dcbthf said HIT.N.Vof fItIJ -,rin. 't .

upon my Corn crop and where the Fertilizerwas will afford satisfaction to all who may require his will inform my ( and One negro woman about.ut,1e&n, .of.are
--- used my crop of Corn was far superior to the lervices. All shipment or consignments made to THIS since the late fire riend ctomer, whieh' S.Korsee.25T.In.v; ;' -
other part, where I had used Guano and barn yard him will be promptly and faithfully attended to. with other stores the Sec. U, T. ),B.SMO acres; -

i SAVANNAH CARRIAGE MAMIFACTOItYt manure." I will use it on all my crops this season BEFERJ-XCKS. eeary many Hall, I hare as consum, Apth 5 N.2f. EkofNizi of Sec. J4T. 1. fc U. So 0\ & ItO .

t .. ., 1804. T. 0. Holmes and C. Drew Jacksonville. Block, three doors from Messrs. Biab Canova's ( ScT2PL24..AL! ,
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says Villalonga am receiving a supply ot '
The Subscriber takes this method to inform WEST PHILADELPHIA, Nov.17: 1855. Bancroft Bctts & Marshall Charleston. Drugs, Medicine, 'eury. Combo, Soaps, 8.E.J of X.E.X of SeMS;T.8,R.P. .! i\.

FLORIDd I used Leinau's'American Fertilizer successfully G. H. SMITH. Brushes and Fancy Seeds 4Oaeres100 ;,
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THE IJYH.1BITAjrTS very of S.
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; the ground is very poor being a heavy Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 53, 18j.J. Oils, t Brushes; Burning Faid. No 1, Pain" I' to.-J/of. Sec.7., T.t.B.2f.&AI..
H Be carries on soiL I used the Fertilizer the hills of and Glass Lamps; Being Agent h! Mfts.I
clay upon hd. Te. .
'J" x of s. w.x or&.1.T. Be
cARRIAGE corn; tha sUlks grew fourteen feet high and heavily Charles De Waal New York Pekin TeCompany.llhl keep I t. It.S.0Eo
THE BUSINESS eared and of their Teas in Importation JllO:
are a superior
potatoes very
my gt vrtv. of:5'. E.
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In all its various Branches quality and a full crop. It gives me pleasure to AUCTIONEER want I shall be happy to see It 8Hoo 5.,.s.A.

And solicits share of their He manufactures and hand constantly of recommend. lour American Fertilizer to all my my old friends customcr .and find every s. w. ;/of s.w:x u t&.22.X. .T.1. R.2s.6E.,
a patronage. keeps on Carriages friends, and well satisfied it will pay tho Farmer thing fresh and new and at .price* for cash, ,
all descriptions, and he invites persons from Florida to call and examine his stock when they visit Sa fur its extensive use. JACKSONVILLE E. F. Attendance Night and Day,when prescriptions wil Y. W. of and l133-l00scre-
; W. V, 8.w V d XW,
A. vannah.AU kinds of work made to order finch as Plantation Wagons, Drays, Carts and. Timber Carriages Hear what Dr. Joseph Boron says of Leinau's S ALES in any part of the County attended to be put. up with punctuality and care.T. McMILLAK. and S. *.4.;of N.'E.X.tIDd yO' of 8.E}#

,,and of the very best material. Be flatters trmself: that the practical: experience of over thirty American Fertilizer.BOBDESTOWX and respectfully solicited. I ofScc. j7. i, K. 25, 1W !-100 am*, .
years which he possesses, will secure to him a h"btrallhare of Florida patronage. New Jersey, 1853. Goods sent to the subscriber on commiaston: either I Also l Lot No. 1.8. 8;and 4,,in Sec. t, T.t S,
Orders promptly attended to, and repairing done in the best style and at a living price. My brother-in-law Conrad Roerper of Beverly attended for private and or auction disposal will be quickly LIVERYSTAIJLE. R. 38, containirg about>ISO acres. AH o/ the
New Jersey used Fertilizer his cornfields amounts speedily forriirded. The I I aforesaid tractyit laid situate in Daval
dlly "Live and Let Live. your npon' Countr..
Subscriber; has been known in this '
for Terms '
otmimunity mode lauwn
raised on of wle.
and corn from fourteen to sixteen fee ; *- day
': G. W. HARDCASTLE. from hundred a number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise. Subscriber is tOUT ANN
high with ears ranging eight to now prepared to accommo JOXIS.
eleven hundred grains apiece. The yield was very He offers no ri.'COmmendatioDS. but desires that inquiries THE his customers in any way, shape or Admioiatratrix
great. I received the cargo of American Fertilizer should be made concerning himself any ner, in first style froji splendid horses m and I J. P.S.DERSOf...

: L W. lORIIELL & CO. I purchased from you, and shall use about two commercial Sines the house fire he at has the located place of his his store residence. carriage, rie'honebl riding.PARTIES 31arh.OJS34. ja2:1_' .Attornty., .
hundred barrels on my Farm at Burdcntown this on Forsyth waited any hour of the day or --
1834. jun street on the burnt district where his Auction business night. Calls made to of ths for For
," year any part city per- StZJLJD.
FURNITURE is also at present conducted and where he -
PIANO AND STORE sons'w'ho wish to take the steamer -
keeps on hand on.tho most reasonable terms J.c exertion will be made to please. THAT valuable and desirable prop-

SMETS' BUILDINGS, BROUGHTON STREET, KENTUCKY FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS H. A. BLISS ,bekn-finj M the .tote'ut Veins Luui, Jv.eeawil -
FOR CASK AXD COCNTBT PSODCCE. fbSm Near the Bnffington Houe. ,tituat.cM undnrin Is! lm\al Coanij HaUt

fIiiiJ..v IL .dLJIBit _.81L._ Military Institute: julS CI1AKLES DB WAAL. i I fmui miiiHihc JackM/atilla Uun>,eulii. tuiftmtmnwt rrm' m.re ut'.lex,'U
.JVotice. hovws, bam w :ly BOW, and cvtunadinvi.taMritnri .,a
DIRECTED by a Board Visitors appoints I *,shad and.ewe..1 tutwiUjuf, a food well'lit
L W. MORRELL. N. F. WEBSTER.Establisliincnt. -is under the superintendence of Circular. fJ1IIE undersigned! the necessity of again I water,nod a Cna baa "puss Ck .Wtctacjefo u n.AUo .
14 CoL R. T P. ALLEN a distinguished graduate of Undersigned begs leave to inform Mer JL calling upon those indebted to him to come _nile r hit of .,.iiuaud to tile iauwtfteMkmiir
Ip' : West Point, and a practical Engineer aided by an THE .., Factors Planters and Dealers foqward without further delay, and pay up. \i i\ I of be .,nt, kbuwa M Uw.fMpMt lot,
nonse.fnrnish able Faculty. The course of study is that usually emily that he i is still paying the highest'market gene- is h.'s! intention to mak sone chang in his bu'Ii. I cooLiiulnt-i\>*Mm,hair 01''_ &aM kx tau bm*

taught in the best illeges, with the addition of an cash prices fo%,vi*; ness the ensuing : close his I impioved aad tjtiaitia1. km< ..J' .
I :" extended course of Mathematics Natural Science present arrangements by the l"t of July. All ac-' I,1.oIenn."ed pun it,and eUu-f Oult urcnkAbn
** Furniture by Wholesale and Retail. I a lul IN laud uu Ida C'l.W. T tfw M4 b4bila '
and Theoretic and Practical Engineering. Leather the Rough; counts unsettled lit that time will be placed in the I iaiinjlon I nek.halt a mile dn-Unt In* ..,
Subscriber desires to call the further attention of the Florida public to his well known cstab- The buildings of the Institute have been entirely! hands of tho properofficers for collection. I conuiiiBjt8ill)0 wrr*. Uia| M7,8,in.....
THE for the sale of refitted,and arrangements made heating them by; Hides Sheep's Pelts Deer Goat, Otter His remnant of stock saved from the fire is now I 13,m..p 36$.It IiA pnfttoa .f IfefeliUM lYe kcrar
steam which will render the Institute entirely unequalled Coon Mink Opossom Fox offered at original cost, for cash. I (cured ant| aodrr cnUv! it-..and MMIW hIt.&lei" pi *i> rM> .
Furniture and House-furnishing materials of every description. in regard to health conTenit'nce. and THEODORE I upon If,and IlcoDtaI..IOJI\e|uu4 MMkMk.4
n.RTIGE .
t and Cat I sad valaable lie.IIP. ,
Skins ITo
:: ; w
BO ae-keepera and merchants can supply themselves with every article for general use or for forming agreeableness of residence, as it is already in thoroughness May24th,1S34. jnlSWilliam I pet_WIJalar locate U FtorUav above
*Good Store stock. Every thing in the line of business mentioned kept on hand including Parlor of instruction and strictness. of govern BEESWAX WOOL, TALLOW, ". I pmprrtjr M desirable kclug hrauhy u4 pIea.aadg sitI -
I Hall.Bedroom and kitchen Furniture, and sales will be made on as good terms as purchases can be merit Being a direct consumer and exporter of the Grothe I aalt-d.Ukt '. Jaha'! o. a hub buff. Tlwr !l.aI
'vi .ectedMtheNorth. The eighth annual term commences in Scptcm. nbdre named commodities his facilities therein ara .1 I put offli'e at UIH point,led thi maO boils Iruoi rtTwk-
bee, 1851. Entire charge $100 semi-annua; WATCHMAKER AND I nail flop there twice wm ki;, sit lbs CkarttiKiB
per unequalled, enabling him to or inducements to ,
I. W. MORRELL & CO.
r session (Surgeon's fee {2 extra,) payable in ad. all in this line of PRODCCS to consign such to him. (In the Room adjoining the JJWldT.1 and landed.il l.r .t*_Ilea fitijbt, or,>ueBti. ,$ lie. Mb
mr24-je22f Old established stand Savannah Georgia.i vance. Having established trade of this Pot Olc '
1 a nature in Foi particabm le term,.4 .' _
Address the at Institute AVING returned from Europe again beg)
Superintendent, Military Charleston in connection with an extensive Curry t. P. KMP.RyJrki tar
i- -- Franklin county Ky.." or the tllldersi ing business, Leather in the Rough kept in our city J leave to offerbserictoloid! fidsand I mar C F.CE OOB .

,,4 SOUTHERN INSURANCE AGENCY. P. DUDLEY, will yield a more lucrative result than giving the publc gneraly. .
r Carpet & FloorciothWAREHOUSE Iay 1S54. President of the Board. preference to foreign markets; and from the moderate last as a Watchmaker, he hop Daval County Tax-sale. '
to give entire satii-fcction to those who wish: to
Life rates of all
Fire and Marine freight on transportation lines there
exists nothing in obstruction to the their work done in a workmanlike manner. By virtue of authority in me bylaw

Eagle Iron Worts. of this business with the Southern augmentation and Western J3f Watches Cok and Jewelry repaired i at. TblwJ. I Will ofurr tee ale,U Ut*'ofi.lia*>*
IMJRMCE.CHABTEB He the shortest notic. fbCSy Mnnr,U the tn..of J.*. Bvllte. OB the tot Maadir
Sd P.1.i'.7P.IH country. hopes therefore, by strict attention
i in Fnonivy 1 854,the Utowiat Mined irart nf lcd*rwBckibeieoTaiiwill
OX CART ST., BETWEEN 15TH to this branch to merit the of the
PEARL STS., patronage large I I pay Uteiateaiid>(..Ktf tales
OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Curtains Curtain Goods Etc. &c. zc. and rapidly increasing trade pouring into this marI I. : .CT wd.|.ai..L the etat Jartfb a.fttf,end ft.the. .
\ HARTFORD CT. Richmond, Va. ket with the assurance that produce consigned. to ;Phmni' ..O. C"r to* yen I8i3. I.tbrt whh aB Bce'(vrcijynee
1 Capital and Surplus' over f 2."AOM.ALTBCO 1 I NO. 140 CONGRESS & 57 ST.JULIAN STS. these Works are manufactured Portable and him will realize the highest proceeds. *BUviidiM said.kvy sad iale,vis-*A lrat.t
AT He presents this to the favorable notice of all interested GROCERY Innd lylnf la DI"jl KWnty bovndrd 'a IkeaMtklyRobert
GILL President; JAMES C. WALKLET, See. Stationery Steam Engines, Circular-saw and STR. "
SteSItl.4re-koaili..ns 13.
: This company will issue policies on the joint THE Subscriber would respectfully inform the Mill Machinery Tobacco Presses Levers Bands, in the extension of the commerce and home THE Undersigned respectfully inor *aa.TIHIIIIW Lrttwiib',e* the b..sstajiwi.l.a. tltkyMcrieC **- '
S etock principle, and upon the mutual plan-thus that he has now opened the most complete Sheeting and Sharpening Mills Knives Sinkers, productions of the South. of JacksnrI and vicinity that he b *Creek"1N\Ot Ml lie wnrt t-y tomU,MencTtf.
j combining the benefits of both systems at the option assortment of all the various styles of Goods Brass and Iron Castings of every description. Very respectfully. JOHN P. B.Urn.- re-erected his lta upon the od! site on the bnrt John Robert sad John (eli-i'. .'aa4 tract ti*uire
of the insured. usually kept in similar establishments. The Stock mh30y PHILIP RAHM,Troprietor. Leather and Shoe Findings House, district, on the square immediately below the : 8,000 icr-". mUff )WPEN,
i .t -I "The strength ability and well invested capital of the different departments will consist in part of mStf 236. King street Charleston. fington HOe where he. still continues on Bo. Tu Axn*.*B4 CoUeetot efO fSle Bry.No .
of the institution unsurpassed the following poods vi m stock of ember6..1853. -
: are, in my opinion
Insurance in this State CARPET DEPARTMENT. NEW. GOODS The above pale i in pnttpnaed till lb*tm MOBJI j IiMarrk,1554Feb.t554.
: bt.&II1.LiC Company : or Hides Leather &c.THE Family Groceries and Provisions.Every *, '.""'. '
.m Royal Velvet, Tapestry Brussels Mocet-Brns- i -
(Signed, R. G. PINNEY,
) undersigned informs his friends article I 1 he above lal.! to funUrr pnMpoor4 IDI.bc IntMo*.
that to for
W obtained
eels Brussels Velvet Tupestry and Brussels fur necessary family use can .
IL] Controller Public Ac's, State of ConnecticutCir"SlAves -
( star: ; three-ply v superfine, Cue, and common Ingrain NEW GOODS, still paying the highest cash prices for the i on reasonable tennis and for Ch. day la A ptil -M*rrh 8,Iti4. .
insured. California and Australia 7 be above tale i I.i n< ,.to Ike IntMe-
., ;plain and twilled Venit'.an: for stairs, halls, THE Subscriber has JUSIX'CCived,and is con following, viz I invite a call from purchasers. day la) ,.-April t, 1&>4. poet, ,
risks taken reasonable .
on terms. &c.; Druggets 6-4, 12-4, and 1C-4 in width of every receiving a large supply of- Prime Hides 11 to 13c per Ib. jell .J.'B HOW TIle iiuve.ale I.r ri.poM...die I.st lien.ddy .
The Subscriber also Agent for the following variety of patterns; Hearth Rugs Parlor aac Goods Prime Deer Skins 25 to Sic ift.111'1'' anr.-j.DC 25.hl.4. -
and Groceries '
Fre Companies: Stoop Mata; Table and Phno Covers; silver and Dry Ready- Leather the rough, 18 to 2.t Hoe & Go's. t. : The ibrr ca.* i< pa ipoood e>ul Ue ". .)1-
_ ( FARMERS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. braes oval and Oct.,gon Stair Rods; Stair Linen made Clothing.Bootsand hoes, Beeswax. .' 20' to 2.5c Pat GroUd'SaW. i day*DitJane 13;Jti -
I Capital 2UO,0\JO.; \ &. &. Tho above, free of any commission will be received ,
GRANITE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. OF" OIL CLOTHS Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, &c. direct. or through consignment to factors. THE Subscribers STEEL,manufacture CIRCULAR. from SAWS the from best Duval.Counfy: Tax-sale,

NEW YORK CITY. Of every width from one to eight yards for halls Among the many articles: may be found PRINTS ; JOHN P.'BAUM.inr2f two inches to virtue ol in lavJL
"Ry authority me by
ic. LAWNS JACKONETi MULL CINC Charleston S.: .eihty'ich i'dct. :The
,
: Capital $300WO. dining rooms, steamboats saloons Rosewood, Cv Saws are grown > _&,I wOloffrffcr mte,ln froM of DM Cant
4 STATE MUTUAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE mahogany and small figured furniture Oil-Cloths HAMS Plan and Figured BERAUES SILK --p and finished by mach tcmf expressly for HOBM 4 ori. diet l_. arjckMiBnet_i the flit
\ COMPANY OF PENN. i -t.f. 54. and 6-4 wide; figured India.rubber'Cloth, TISSUES Plain Swiss Striped and Barred MUSLINS The Atlantic the much superior MoBd*v IB Fehraary,1BS4. the toflowtn pry, "
: ,Capital 1350,000. 1 for stairs. Black SILKS Colored Dress SILKS Li- pus in the therfo they t 10.much tberenT will par the. fW and Vnunyt
CURTAINS. Ding SILKS Dotkd SWISS Ac.; Crape Shawls RA.ILIHO''WORKS thoe and stiffened ma.,a : xe-., MP*<|.p*rnrt s'.A.GI'tI'IrtC teaS,
KNICKERBOCKER FIRE INSURANCE CO. I I Silk and worsted damask DeLainc; worsted and< Embroidered Swiss Shawls, ham and Emb'd L. C. Itrenghene by increasing them. in f' 'D'
Capital 150000. linen damask De Laine; figured and plain Damask. Hdkfs, Emb'd ,CollAr Cheniaetta Undcrsleeves front the cutting edge to the levy aid pair,vl*.. On. .*Ji.kl.half of ikekBOWB r-
,NEW YORK AND ERIE FIRE INS. CO. j variety of colors white and bun for shades. Laces Uoaivry Gloves, Bonnets, RJbbons, Ac. &. FoundryMAXUrACrCRB cent consequently ,do not:become heated or aa Pan. Je...rtiBitimi th cart rU* erik
Capital 150000. .v'fc eomOiBiBf' ewe
SHADES. They also manufacture CAST .a half k**.
hundred hty-iwo sad BTM* mar et
These Companies having a cahh capital, safely Transparent landscapes, medallion land,'and Ready-made Clothing. Well Known Composite Iron PIT AND CROSS CUT AND .f miUH BOWPEW,
-' -- .f Infested in bond and mortgage, are prepared to effect white and gold, entirely new style; Cord Loops A largo selection of Ready-made Clothing,, of Railing, SAWS BIL '. ..Ta AneiMr and CeOector: ,Duval UMUQ.
_ Insurance against damage by fire and all kinds Tassels; together with all the various trimmings superior make and cut. WHICH I is so called because :composed ;of WE.,ofurrquatt a o of the thc hav Kov.CUj.lW3. A' '_ :\ .

_ property,on reasonable terms. for curtaina and shades. Deep d'Ete Coats and Pants Heavy Linen : and Cast Iron,.connected with se throughout the pnc Thr above .aIe te'poitpoawfiitnthe ffrKM V jieWarth
For Insurance in either of the above named Compjiies GILT CORNICES. Coats Pants, &.; very fine Marseilles l Vests col'i opt rivets or joints the ornaments and connec lrdWI lert .*. ,!54;frk *1.l..a -
apply to A. WILBUR tions being melted around the Canda The above taw La'mis, pvtratwei.tollMflirtMoBt -
Bands Loops and Pins "f the greatest nriety and white Shuts Collars Cravats ". wrought iron in .
; Jt. HOE A CO .
';: / General Insurance and for the above metallic in M h a. 1854.. : .
; _. Agent, Agent and patterns of the latest importation; aU of which Gentlemen wishing good Clothing will do well moulds making each panel as it were, ', v A pnl.- f ;.
Gold-Street .
Companies, Bay street Savannah. will !be sold at wholesale the moat lib.etalterms. ono solid piece,and avoiding all crevices hDCUl The above cah fwthn*oM oed W *e 0M Me-
or retdl on where
. : 1! 1 'J'McRORYJr., to call. The public in general are sul.cited: to call! rust ., JPubliahcraofaewupepers-whowiU div la May.-April I. lM.f ,
i
generally It
mrS 'JacksonvQIe. and examine Goods and Prices which will be sold commences. may be made light like this advertisement three times,with thin nte The aloft! .Ie I*furiberp*>tBiwr4 h. ifc"* 1': -- .
myJSy -RAILING
-tI v Agent, WM.jGmONAgent;: very low (or cash and cash only at T.0.HOLMES'. WIRE ,> or heavy like CAST IRON forward,us a paper,containing 1be-same, be da, in jay! .-lnBettlBM., .: '- ':> -
S d29lf 140 Congress sad 57 St. Julian sts. BLOCK, Jacksonville. RAILING. This Railing I is unequalled for cheap paid in.printing,materials, by.purchasing four The abuve Mto t. P tpon I '
: BABBLE WORKS.
: GEORGIA and .. -
ness ;
strength
durability and is peculiarly .
I L. B. AMERMAN. times the amount of.their bill for the ,advertise .
.,, JACKSONVILLE April 25.1854Jaeksonville adapted to Cemetery lots because it never needs ment.. ,' -;
f J.,a-BANKIN, WM."lTnURLICK, CEO. L. Jewelry! repairs. New Tork 1s. : :
: Jewelry ,>pril. >15-3m, For Sale.O l :
c .r SUMMEY (SOOCCSSORS TO A. ATKIKSOX co.) Also a new style of Farm Fence, at $5 per 18 -- :

I 1 THIS establishment for a number baa of been iara.in successful The quarries ope I At Savannah. FoundryDIACHINE liked.feet. easily- transported, 'and,set and, ..very. .much ,Hard's Golden 'Gloss.. ; for, tha. Hair.. .. ) YETmRD'fthern.Wt. .. saw-mill.,
'Lak.and
'
situated at the Doctor'B
Also all : jumctioanof
kinjis "of-Wrought and Cost lrois MONGtheniiiypr '
p p4 for the
marble growth
I S well and the U superior to
are opened, any
I St John' twelve wifca above Jackson
AXD Fences, Verandahs Balconies &. Machinery and .8t. of tho Hair thin Gouxir GUM,takes.the river ;
in the United States. We have so perfected our faeilitiea -
in
am constant and regular receipt other to ville. The mill has recently been'pv hflnsrsa-
castings order. lead.
NOTICE.-1 Three:reasons will be given why it is.so
_ out and that ;
tar finishing work
wecan
cutting
WORKS.
beautiful varieties of condition and the location la in
Jewelry -Design and other information sent to ad. universally used and preferred to all others nine every:way .
Tablets any : tat
furnish MonnmentsTombs Headstones
consist; io of Diamond la'the
to.-the mill
part Pins desusb1..Thoro
ng Rings Earrings dress,post free ia'bdoogiBg
because i it
baa
\ proved tho most effectual in Bald'ness
and every thing in our line of business in better Crosses and ,Studs fine enamelled Medallions THE Subscribers, having made extensive and byGEORGE FOSTER. Agent. Sd, because iVimparto beautiful neighborhood of.tw kuadrwj.aerct,of.:land fan

style and at cheaper rates than any yard in the Sleeve Buttons Ear-rings and Nubs Collar- improvements in their establishment, .. 80S'nroadway; corner of Walker at, and ;delightful perfume to the a Hair Id dark' because gta old field) which, answer welT jbra pasture for
# Buttons and Stud'imported Carbuncle do. do.; are now prepared furnish mrlWin NEW YORK. the Ladies,with fine ; stock five dollars per acre h** been.frujneoily offered
,
: When It considered that weilw our own M r- discrinunaUoiv which they '
fine 18 k't gold Mountings, Charms.I Steam Engines of any required power from all have ic for it There are' also twoeuoifortahladwelling
biapsynojobbers'profitandnohghfreightfrumtheiotbItwill have the best assortment of good articles now 1 to IOU horse 1 could possess, adopted Many other reasons bouses Beproqwrtera,UwkaaiHi shop
be seen that we do posies. *materifcl on hand ever shown to CDf lmen. Rich pearl box Saw Mile'Sngar J.ff] EASON-&B: be given why it is a great favorite but'those- toolac-For, farttwparticnlAra andtermap

a vantages over all competitors.' and glass Brooches of:the very finest kind for dm Mil1s; ,,, wbowtmrehavIytogiteft&tr1aliPrice : ply to the.undersigned_on f th!- J .
.. I We cordially solicit our friends and he public to ily hairwork or Daguerreotypes having in our city Horse Powers; 'CHARLESTON 0. Vaocx 25 cents in largo bottles. For sale by Wnso"O

examine our .work. and compare our prices with the best artist in both branches, of the United Grist Mils and all other machinery used in Druggists'and- -- Storekeepers fc. every where' ., : lmJ 85--l"'
1 those of Other yard: before\, ordering northern States.' Lan Ear-riDgII or the moat exquisite work.manblr this country: ." .ni1ltLU' C'J3Q tp&:3STE'm or ''nId1n'J W. HURD, PropKrfor,,., _. -
'marble.: difflrent psttern and I& I ,hue sets Iron and Brass Castings. I a 8 .y J .
We have on band at our Yard'fa Marietta a in morocco eases or Ear-rinj,1ll, Brooch anel Bracelet rSteamboat SawMfll, and other repairing: [ ENGINESInd 'Tailoring. t, I
large- assortment of finished work Monuments ; Ear-rings and Brooch And ..ng'e Brooches imported at short notice. Stoves !..Stores I II'! .

I Z Tomb. Ac,where our Agent t Mr.O. W,Summers of'.finest quality of gold' and unique pat TAil machinery purchased from 'us will be PEBRYrMerchsnta afro rna01LlSmRl\f;ftt1 bon fo" expert.
; .will sell at our prices.: Our principal work ia done *erns.: Mr assortment of Ear-rings and Brooches' put in operation in any part of the State, by competent Boilers TREADWELL" Eaglo Foundry,NO.Ho Bea.- JL emin Cutting and Making informs tilt ciii-
I at the Mills. Address ia larger than usual,baring had alf tho machinists when desired OF ALL ) sans of Jactsonvaio aad.tbl.vtmnlty that he bM
1- J. O. BANKIN& COavS out. new. ,patterns en' ,and upon reason SIZES ND1ESCRWXIONS., Yer street Albany. N. Y offer to tt*trade lInT taken the house next door to Ban J: CuiorV
brought Machinery for Saw.Grfot t Rice Pounding and Threshing VARIETIES of Cooidn rn c
Marble Work P. 0., Ga Gold and silver Watches for ladles and i Drawings and estimates wIthocharge.
i gentle furnished ,. Mills or for any special purpose. Castings in Stoves for Coal and Wood. Ala complete* that are entrusted to-Urn. -Hemmatt:sB salts
I have the best stock
and
men. greatest variety I Iron and Brass of all varieties.' of Stove and Fireplace HollowWare-Plain
Our
facilities for orjrtrraentato be fitted and tude far u Met*lTlasatairvoth Ie
T. .C. Rice ever before exhibited(Crystal Palace not excepted) 'MOONEY A GOOKIN doing work are equal' any establishment in the Enameled Washing Kettles, Stew Pans-Ac;Scotch place.th, UBit8d8tate<."'.

I can with confidence Invite. orders from Florida Founders and fAe"ts.. United States being able:to turn off.wheels and Bowls Srnkvlron aDd Clay Furnace*.:Agrtenlta* l3rCnttirigrepairin Badete atagw21fied< 9
.. and elsewhere, aa I feel assured my stock-must jACXSOifviu.1,January, I8S1. em pulleys np to 16 feet diameter bore cylinders ral Settles! Water Cooler., AcAc, r. -- :r
T: Manufacturer and Dealer in, please alL Order can be scot by mail and packages to 80 inch diameter and plane 8 feet square of up -.Atso their new' and improved." '"Diamond1 .atJackszaviiIsOcoer18tbl$3...
or article returned in' perfect safety through desired length. any Hot and Portable flu :
Range and Air
Stationary
t :Eve 'of Common an. officer of one of the steamboat Calvin "Oakp; Son ap68mBCHAB ace., Terms JibcraL.vjunlSSia, -,-
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;'-;-and Fine':CANDIES: Successor_ ,to: .O.:1I.GRIJ1'D the latoH.Eastman, Manufacturers, and Dealers-,' T. .IJtCDn'. ., CHASWBIROHETT A DMINISTRATRIX NOTICEDAUoersnMto.debted Npticcf7 .

I r ,Kiln-dried,and warranted to, reatct effectually the I'Jalt Jane .: .Savannah,.Georgia.Savannah ., DOWNING to the estate of William 8.Donaldson; : -j7pL ti5o1d; ajthjMeneectdetD.oId .

.' '-hot., damp atmosphere of a Southern climate. 'h Attorneys 'at,Law ..and.l for. late cfDnvtl county, deceased are,hereby request. :VV.Ja.B...
x R" G1JS PIJIsLg,1 T '- ed to make immediate payment k.,the Tradm'Ae IpD oQ Friday. 1& :
OA.RICEI LOW I undersigned.
OlaJnf ,.'IfIt, .
Hotel : GoremmJIt -
City demands following
.: CIO uu o.uoeaiu WX11 TAU PU- And ail persons baring against said estate and' .'ftrpsa lse CCOKTO' .
buggy baiHaa
; B1ij required to present them duly k
Jaellsqilf'jllePlaI jit.l are provan, within
.
,'- :,. Savannah.PBICESL 'Terms.per Day,- $1 50.. the lime required by law otherwise this notice :t ltre
': ; -' inform the pnblio that are Will gfa rGmptiftenUon'4o be Iast5 b1Y..L..DOlfALDSON. "
WOULD they pre tht prosecution of IIIeaJ :;, ? -' 1.:
,._ : .' :- A- TBB BUT tocAnoirni TKBcmr--BATaTaxrr, VIA to manufacture at abort. notice any Climi'orBounty Land Extra Pay'Back"Pay J 1S-8w : Admlnstratrix .Ju'.eu..J.' '. :U.,' .._ '

i ,WJ. 1.a"'. '25'tt... m. ton oma ccnov. meaty*n xcxAyotv'THIS kind of RIFLE'or-other GUN..Tin '.a style unsurpassed Pensions Ac- before Congress and the :several Deipartments. : I j jf .
.
.:: f.. ,:'..rr epwardI .... ,1 ._ or,. 1 .: jold esUbliihed ,by any makers..They keep constantly .::AH'Business entrusted,to their cart I" < \, tFor Sale- !. t.Z fft-N1 : .a t tI
Hotel:"contnuei *
wjQ be -
band at their manufactoryRifles, GamvPistotiLPowder speedily and faithfiiUy attended to. '
': V"'O ueiirte4 CUlltie,bylso to the f k A.'.Irabe place ia t, at gsi 1friI
..-" I lbi.w'T .u. open travelling public the above ,Shot Lead-PeTCUJsion Capi Flaska Shot RFERYNc&Uonz. ':' ., ., .. I d rii
.
: 'nkl of charge thflbonse being welLfittodnp Bella JOL having soma'Very:r L bliatlar,land.trsct. I -. ...1-.F.-
:r, 25n.1ta. Pouches and ,Elast'o: Qua Wadding and bth- ifnu ,:Ir.arom. ,
i .
.,, S.8OUItO .? Jaekaoffvato r.- .
: ; T ... 0_ and constant.attention being paid to er.;Sportsmaa'a.jMttcld..jgogrthtr:jrlta Itowie ? !. d''S8.B. .Bear being about i 1I Mf ; _
.
H, 31&Uory
0" ,
";
:; 100 ISo '1* '-' tbe.8adclyV
improper I < -- their
management -; Kuiveaand: Dirlcrclf and "
v't;
everjdes
ptlQJ avaTiety -
f.A.E.MUWefl oul.pt3leprteDtt.iZ. .
: Pb CaD&I"7J5; 1 a1 -Ln.omnlbna will be inikend at the steam- ofothef artldeay-tDtftmaerou, to mention. ; 'J'orottJle.. r ee& ,
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