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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: November 9, 1854
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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jejiud of Preaching that doe :thA is i tt%:
and poor folk did'nt ought to be fan- ed him, for he was' universally be Ah James, this is bad in dead o>
afore"'I -
the Poor. grace a dead w
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food to ciful. 'Tis am leaving my (named by the Esquimaux Out-koo- S tar.withiaoMo". ec1.A111er Tf'ft'tD''''ea oat -- -
me, sir partin' wi' my loved. dying man. It is enough for everyone Mary.; Kiss my forehead, girl. God hi-ca-lik its aId" and o* th.reT rpeO:ftMDecXT :!
James Fielding was the son of apotter husband, that should fret." All God's works are beautifuland to look to himself bear his bless thee! Comfort these little ,) as description, and that i Ak a number of other tWar of*>ro*topnrt, ;1
of the ;
shore in the lure r;
Jow once M they m particular inarfct
neighborhoodof by vfefch
S ,and brought up to his father'sfide. "But you should-remember, Mary, happy," said he to himself, as he own burden, and to know that,in the children, God!. they be orphans now." Point 'Ogle and Montreal Island they oaI4 be-reeortiwd. bat wtticU.tLni<<: : 'rii" ', '
: married belore that when James and were wound the lanes the above.Mined sash .b.banded"rtr to.t4 SoreUrj :
; lie "oung-long you mar- among green and midst of trial, and sorrow, and ?uffering And he prayed inwardly. In that ," .
with
\ agreed
exactly that of Sir of the lion.Hudauiu'Bar Co. .
ried it i iI
te could keep a wife-and withboth was on the condition that gazed upon the broad benignant sky. he can have recourse to One hour, he .had no succor but prayer George Back Some of the bodies *, 'Jvi&sL&c1.. .j)

his parents consent, or rather you were to part one day. We must Man alone makes the world misera who Knew them all on earth. This., and the 'remembrance of any good had been buried -llqlaJ.B4",Jily,1854;. 'i.: "...
(probably those of _,.
tfth their forgiveness, as they could not forget the ninety-nine favors, be- ble. I cannot think the design of surely, is fair comfort." he had done,in! his lire: -!The babywas the first victims, of famine) )- tIM Jill- Furk'' -c6', "r2.";':\!-t 11o "<

jot help themselves ; for, as they cause the hundredth is not granted. Providence was to make the chief ofa It be, sir. Tis at the point I crying on its mother'sbreast, and were in tent some ,- .
a or tents others under to 1
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We bare .
&id. "it war very nat'ral, an' heigbt The Lord'" gave, and the Lord taketh joyous creation wretched ; thee am at now, a man feels he must believe the candle trembled in the hands of a boat that had been turned over to am aJ tciU A l*got tlti.*09 territorial_.4'r...JI.t'..._ptlf&ff''dM" 'nd a's t, '"

t ha': done worse ; 'twar to be away. must be some key to human felicity. in some religion, and there is the weeping boy who still held it.- form a shelter, and several scat- dr tit, us i .... Lor4Lm.qhIy its''Uuswtv, .

?..'? the first time, an' belike he Oh, sir, 'tis beautiful to hear ye The departing sun shines on these none so nat'ral like as our own. A The wife was still and pale-her tered about in'ditrere directions.lay I.TOO",k tI 5D l!tIlo 09 II f U n.r.uMII........' : :' ;::I,... t'.

I.If Vonldn't do it agen." And so they talk ; you alway say summut so com- dingy cottages, and the few 'straggling dyin' man is not a. doubter. I wishI heart was being rifted fromber. The Of those found,_on the island one, "No.personsseed tnmUc-lbmaettffr_ tlfcnt

I, tordially shook hatods with him, and fortin', feelin', an' sensible like. Oneis flowers bloom- cheerfully, and ha' been 0':this way o' thinkin' long curate had bent his knee in prayer, was supposed to have been an officer, would''better control"r ae 1 to that woatt 1I1a) be JokTMt reincred*JtI>_easi'u4 tfceLord| I' 1/1

pledged the pretty bride in a flagon ashamed to grumble afore you, 'tis cast their sweetness abroad on the ago-'twould ha' made me content- and. comforted the dying and the i as he had a telescope strapped over neither President PSere"$or w*tber*Present -l

fcfdld Barton, and were both present so selfish and ill-natured." air. Outside, is God's work ; within an' a contented man is a regular man, desolate.'S. his shoulder and his doublebarrelledgun ,would a remore him nntU tb.Lsrtt periitL"u. -::

I, it the first child's christening ; but : But how are the little ones, is man's." an' a regular man -is a toilsome man, The Fate of lay underneath him. fI, "'dlt Every.man?y whoa that c.'omcs&4y mr f fi fmi-e Ii's';ot'-.A.t1 tti q'IMl ,ple C,.. ."J 1 ;':
Sir
the cholera came soon afterwards, Mary ?" And the curate entered the cabinof an' a toilsome man is a thriving man ; and his Companions.DR. John Franklin. From the mutilated state of manyof ore text, rjrir LAT rncizB ATTBKIOW Y?OT :

ud took off the old manand his wife. I can't say much for'em, sir-they James Fielding, tIle potter. but when one begins in grumblin',one the corpses and the contents of '/W TEl*w TiES tirynm TO KILL*ktrt JlUSILYrs--d1'.Y, UST_I SfcOriO J1tepk a tXB.Jf eve.mTL *tt 1

'4 'This was the opening scene of James be but poorly." There had evidently been preparations ends wi' sorrow. Mary, dear,gi' mea RAK'S LETTER TO SIR GKOBOB SIXP80X. the kettles, it is evident that our n GBL" _- .- -ii

Fielding's sufferings -want, pestilence They have had some food today to receive him. The clay floor drink-I feel faintish." YORK FACTOBT Aug. 4, 18M. miserable countrymen had been Thus proclaimed BRIGIIAMYOrQ :

and death. His wife and him- I hope?" was newly sprinkled and swept, and The curate took the teapot from Mr DEAR GEQRGE : Your several driven to the last resource-cannialisin in a speech to the Mormons published: :;;"'..-

,ell were soon afterwards both seized 'Tis early yet, sir." It was past the few articles of crockery and the attentive and yearning wife's letters, public and private, of dates > -as a means of prolonging in the Destret Jievs, March 10th, ;\;

vita the disorder, and, though they mid-day. "But, indeed, they hante china, nearly all misshapen,or other- hand, and the fevered patient from 15th June and 1st December, 1853, ife. 854. An issue is thus made between k

recovered slowly, it was only to find well." wise defective, were as clean as the the broken spout held to his mouth, and 13th and 16th June, 1854, were There appears to have been an ITouKO and the United!! tat s,. Jtasettlement'cannot i.;

their father and mother, and firstborn Did they eat any thing last night pebbles in a river. The children's drained the vessel greedily, until the handed me on the 28th ultimo, on my abundant stock of ammunition, as bslontk JW : iI

child, removed from their once before lying down ? faces, hands and feet-for they had few leaves at the strainer whizzed reaching Churchill, and ,I rejoiced the powder was emptied in a heapon for the commission by which Yonrn

comfortable home to thc church-yard, Baby had a sup o' gruel out o' no shoes-were all fresh from the with their dryness. As he drank, to; learn that your health had benefited the ground by the natives out of idlda _his onicd, expired-oa Ile.th?_.

and they themselves with feeble James's cup, but Billy and Jacky, washing-basin, and their hair was Godfrey had an opportunity of observing so much by your visit to the north. the kegs or cases containing, anda of September. For tho ]ast' two' ::

ir.ir bodies and accumulated debts, which and the t'other ent had nothing." sleekly combed across their fore- his.count nance. "Thisman"safd Let me now allude to the expedition quantity of ball and shot was found years, he Ms.virtu: :iJJT..tefu.C; : !I.to :re-

had run On wildly during sickness. And you ?" heads. There was evident poverty, he to himself, "was formed ; affairs. I arrived here on the below> high-water mark, having.been sognise the government of ihe UnitedSpates ;.;('.;

First James was put into jail for the Oh, sir, God be praised, I'm usedto but an equally evident wish to con- for a lofty destiny, but with him ignorance 31st ult. with my small party in excellent left on the ice close to the beach.- having .forwarded neither "

doctor's bill, and then the landlord it. Ten is a long 'prenti-- ceal it. Not a vestige of furniture had marred nature. When health, but I am sorry to say There[ must have been a number of copies of the territorial laws nor.the- .',

distrained for rent, and turned themon sage. 'Tis surprisin'years how the famine ornament. was in the room,beyondthe will man vindicate the purposes of without, having effected our object.At watches, telescopes, compasses, guns, I accounts of the expenditures: toe .. :::

the world ; and so they were feeds i itself. An' then, tho childern's few articles of earthenware men God to his fellows! When will the same time, information has (several double-barreled,) &c., all of r public appropriations.. A; manifesto _: ,.

ruined. cries, an' him a dyin' drives the tioned ; all the rest, to the three- England provide education for all her been obtained and articles purchasedfrom which appear to have been brokenup or his determination 'Ito';-retai -'";hb .

To be in prison, never serves a thought awav from me., I ant trot legged stool for the baby; had either people? As these thoughts passed the natives, which places the as I saw pieces of these different office against the authority of tho :.:

man: ; begets habit of shifting,and the hard stomach o'hunger sir 'tis been sold or burned for fuel. There rapidly through the pastor's mind, fate of a portion, if not all of the articles with the Esquimaux, and together United States i is a fit sequel to:puch ::.
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shuffling, and leaning, and talking, unfeelin' in a mother." were three or four hassocks of hay the sick man spoke with a fainter survivors of Sir. John Franklin's with some silver spoons and I contumacy. We takb: it as a'scttlcd ; ', .'

I tnd idling; he has the short hand-in- No wonder she did not feel thc for seats, but these, too, had been voice, but with renewed energy : miserable party beyond a doubtafate forks, purchased as many as I could I fact that the re-appointment! will-riot! .. ..:
rsa '" be made the AdmIRt tratloI ; ;
the-pocket walk, and the hangdownlook gnawings of want she had passed preyed on for fuel, and ran out at the The spirit war willing, but the the most deplorable-death from obtain. A list of the most important: by :
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1pj of a jail companion ; he is:: never her being into other; existences she sides ; and there were some layers of flesh war weak.' Well, sir, I knowI starvation, after having had recourse of these I enclose, with a rough pen- The government would ba disgraced" *

pjUra a man again. James :Fielding came had lost her identity in the wife; and chipped, dried-up straw, as a bed, in am a dyin'. I war never a coward, to cannibalism as a means of.prolon-., and-ink sketch of the crests and ini- by yielding to such insolence.' I -: /::
Yet who shall be YOUNG'S ..
out of Stafford jail a changed char the mother. the corner. On this was stretchedthe but I does fear death. 'Tis like a ging life. tials on the forks and spoon The BUCC S-

r'asr. acter ; more clever and less capable dying man. The eldest boy ran goin' over a common one don't know, I reached old at Re- articles themselves shall be handed soT? Is he to l be a Mormon dr not .;!:
quarters
my
of work-daintier, but not so refi Well,well,we must"do something to borrow a chair as Mr. Godfrey on a dark night-there be none about pulse Bay on the 15th August and over to the Secretary of the Hon. H. The question is difficult. end.serious. ,
for the children On the ,-
Mary. one hand no MorinonVit"lsbelieved '
ned-prouder, but not more honorable entered, and the thrifty housewifehad you but sperits. preparations were B. Co., on my arrival in LonJon. -
Oh, sir, I did na come for that.- immediately commenced can be found/who 'ja.
; the edge was taken from the just drawn the old rags from the Keep your eyes steadily on your for wintering. On the"lst None of the Esquimaux with whomI posaessesfaithful
. What I wants is work. You ha'comed law-abiding character: :i.
mind and given to the three lower panes of the glassless guiding-star, James. That light suf-- I conversed had seen the "whites,"
f an' combined with the I
atwccn us death a requisite ablirtj'. 3
< nevertheless he was a fond father- : many's and only window in the hovel, to let ficeth. our position, the stock of provisionswe nor had they ever been at the place
luiImej- for he shortly became one again, and time. But, indeed, what I am here the sun and air in. This was the I believe, sir. 0, Lord, help my had on hand (not more than threemonths' :where the dead were found, but had On the other it is very..doubtfulwhether "
for is afore Jeames I wish he lormon
goes, unbelief." a person not a ) ,
abode of theheartof their information
from those who
an Englishmanin
a loving husband to a wife who doat--j rations)and the
could see; sir, an' talk wi' a prospects we being distitute as he thereby !:
and woujd
you :
you Thank Heaven for those words had been ,
But England.The had of there, and those who had
cd him.
and| on a thoroughly fallen getting more, &C.; &c., point- ,-. ,
mind be of could maintain
bit. His be an' influence
strange uncomfortable personal, : -
patient had been propped said the curate and now, Fielding, seen the when alive.
man seldom rights himself,and bankruptcy like up j ing out all the danger and difficultyof 'party his official '
ctat"I i is:: a break-up for life in the about religion. somewhat on his straw, and a neigh- since you are in this good frame of our position. All readily volun- From the head of Pelly Bay- authorityTheater;
constitution successful industry.- I thought him a believer, :Mary. bor had shaved him and lent him a mind, I must tell you one thing that teered to remain, and our exertionsto which is a bay, spite of Sir H. Beau- ritory is a complete! anomaly1'in! : our ,':;.,
Mayhap he be ; but men tell wives shirt which old clean. will lighten last moments. Old fort's political systemIt:1S a'"commuiiUyof _,
James Fielding labored, but his toil I though was your collect food and fuel went on with opinion to the contrary-I .. ,
vas thriftless he found friends but what, if they should, they would hide So, what with well-washed skin and Mrs. Williams is getting too agedforthe unabated the crossed 60 miles of land in a westerly I vagabonds, gathered from aU
1 ; energy. By end of
one way or other, he let in C\-tlry from God, an' I ha' heerd him say combed hair, and a cup of refreshingtea parish school, and as she is to retire September, 109 deer, one musk ox, direction, traced the west shore from : quarters defiance.of the civilized'ivqrld' ,;set- t
awful things ; he war always so ho was prepared torecciwe the on a small pension, I have secured Castor and Pollux River to Ling at th&rdllgiqpthemo- .t(
who had 54 brace of Cape .
.body any thing to do with Tike. patarmigan, and one seal and the decencies of*the ',
-6 courageous Howsomdeverf his curate's visit in of decent the for Mary. I know Porter of Sir James Ross and I rality age,
lim. he something a post had been shot and the ,
By degrees
got, as was nets produced of all ivil, and
impatient authority
hour become an' he ha' losed his da.rin' .
.
T | natural, a bad character and and Christian manner. One of she will fill it well. This will,keep 190 salmon. could have got within 30 or 40 milesof ..
very ,as themselves in
an' behaves jist like a child. I the in rather the the wolf from the door,.and I will Belot Strait but I thought it useless burying thamiast( of.a
i is generally the case under such circumstances boys was or. on, Of the larger animals above enu- dcsert for the verypurpose. of .
being
if he could sir.
thought on'y see you, bed for there look to the little ones. So see further 1 could not
I without altogether deserving was no covering- you merated, 49 deer and the musk ox proceeding ,as outorthelaw'sreaeh'They.1 \,
}Ir. bell. An
the
Godfrey rang from sheer nakedness. lie things are not so bad as expected. the whole. ::
it. He partly you shot complete:
were himself
unfortunate but by 21 deer
CRSl was an by in the territory about forty thousand _
I but notable ,
aged servant woman :
You will leave those dear to Never in former Arctic
nestled in the straw and journeys -
evil and ,was partly Mistcgan the deer-hunter my
not an man ; we all know ( ,) 14 by and it is not tube. "denied ;'
how falling bodies quicken in their came. concealed by the rags taken from the you pretty) middling off, and they one of the men, nine by Ouligbuck, had I met with such an accumulation considerable possess and / .7
physicalforce. -
'lull
and descent. "Martha, bring Mrs. Fielding a window ; he was contented and hap- will remain, under Providence, to bea and 16 by the other four men. The of obstacles. Fogs, storms, No energy > ;;;,
little warm bread and milk. ? for he had had the bloving, to themselves and to their ice, and deep snow we had to government' ,troopshave; :.
rough
of : '
: >
To ::till, he was a man born to suffer, I ) blessing a migration of tho deer terminated ever been stationed among them, ;and: :::
talk* ind to earn his bread by the sweat I Oh, no, no, sir 1 'Tis otly my full meal-a rarity in the hut of the coulltr.,.'.' about the middle of October, and 25 ; fight against. On.one occasion we we believe that the nearest ..military ':: .

P. V.'SPt or his brow. Men of all countries, way, what you see in my face ; I war dying potter. Thank God Thank God I My more animals were added to our were 4 and a haIt'days unable to geta post is that of Fort Laramie whfcK

lit itation and fortunes labor-from the alway palish like-least ways this The curate took the chair borrowed soul is at peace now. She is provided stock. glimpse at the sun, or even to make is situated about half way between t:i-,
many a day." for him, placed it by the bed side for and they too. Read to me, out his position in the heavens. '
duwit erf to tie lord-and Fielding's des- On the 28th of October, the snow Salt Lake City.and St.Louis. They
tiny vaa only that of his sex. But :Martha, who had promptly obeyedher and leaned toward the-sick man. sir! please ; 'twill rous me up-I being sufficiently hard for building, This, on a level coast, where the compass have never in fact felt.the strongarm .fJ

the gentle, pretty girl, whom we had master, returned in a few minutes Well" James, how do you feel feel drowsyish." wo were happy to exchange our cold was in of the little extreme.or no use, was perplexing of the Federal- Government, ando 7':

'4,58 toien from her father's home to-comfort with a basin. now? The curate opened}his pocket Bible tents for the more comfortable shelter : all intents and purposes ham 1' ::?

and t-hcrish, to keep his fireside There, take that gently, Mary ; Better, sir, thank you, but still and, in a gweet low voice, read of the snow-house. The winterwas The weather was much finer on tained an existence entirely I independent >/

dean, and to nurse his little ones it will warm you." weakly. God will bless you for what from the fourteenth to the seventeenth very severe, but the temperature our return journey than* when out of it. They have1.indeed .pre

ton.nrflli. wound him-her lot was not cast by Will you forgive me, sir? In- you ha' done. 'Tis mony a long day : of John. As he proceeded, in.our snow huts was never so low ward bound, and marches'were our loads being served the formality!i .ofsCnding; :'i'; ::-1:'

.AX God for labor for toil, and moil, deed, I cannot. It 'ud choke me.- sin' I could" prove my gratitude to the little boy peeped up from his as in my winter quarters of 1846-7. lighter double, our the days distance and near- delegate to.:Congress; but the spirit

ud auguith ; yet who can tell what The child'n-the poor, hungry chil- any body. ., straw, and sucked in the.words. The Up to the 12th of January we had ly the we 26th arrived in which .BEBXBisEL was 'sent jBuffi ;::1

- ITTOTS of grief pierced that wom- den, sir I""They Never mind that. The Searcherof sick man opened his stiffening lids nets set under the ice in the lakes; at Repulse accident Bay on, in ciently shows..itself in.thjeiastructions :.'-i

lA's heart during her twelve years shall be thought of." Mr. all, Hearts knows your intentions, from time to time, and murmured a the nets were taken up on that dateas }May, without except of one which Governor ;YpuxC gave -
in which the
ill Pprcnticeship to wifehood WhoA Godfrey left the room, returning James." : prayer from unparted. motionless they produced nothing.On instance, one party 1 him "not to fear' their faces. or their. !
from frost bite.
itfl 1 describe the unwomanly mise- shortly after with his long surtout Yes-true I But d'ye think God lips, which sounded strange and unearthly the 31st of March my spring lost The a toe a of power, for we'are perfoctlr.prepared; :

G tiet alag, too common in England 1 1rf buttoned closely up, and a small par heeds a poor critter like me ?" I in the small chamber. The journey commenced, but in consequence fine commencement but June and spring was to take all tho nations of the' earth, *

her daily shifts and struggles, her cel in his hand. Undoubtedly. Our'fatJJer." pale wife, with her infant daughter in" of gales of wind, deep and very colder. ,We unable July to were out on our back." It is ,time that;:the, ;::

NO y,6. PPDI gaunt looks, her threadbare ,. This contains a loaf, Mary-and %"Ahl Good-good. But; never her lap, wept silently ; and the little soft snow, and foggy weather, we of the until were the 6th of August.get relations of the General-Gbverniaent; ". ,

' dotLc insufficient to protect her something else-you know what to found a true Friend but, Him and .boy, Jemmy, who was seated on one made but very little progress. Wedid Our bay the coast to these people should t be better, i;
1
. KlJ with it. Let have the ticket yourself, sir-they all forsook and of the out hassocks > progress along as fined.1 :
45 1'. from the winter weather, her hard do me worn holdingthe not entcr l elly.Bay until the 17th. Fullerton much impeded ., They'areyearlyobtainingan; > : i:
DruiD &y labor her endurance of : when 1 call, which will be in the misbelicd me.: I never was as .bad candle, which was stuck in a bottle At this place we met with Esquim far as Cape was accession of thousands ip their"num ':' .
sharp ice but to the .
fri t dren's hunger, and forgetful- course of the evening. Leave .me as people made me. He knows that, for the good pastor, as he read. aux,.one of'whom,on being asked if southward by of;the Cape on getting'we had clear ber, and.increasing' injjoldicsaas' ,;

inn 1i of her her sad cata- now." and the children. One's hearth is a The other was gone of'an errand fora he ever saw white people, replied in afterward.The ,*eua: sl strength. : Thereu.nt; '
own long, water and ice -
; saw no
gue of distresses, compared with The comforted mother looked on fair assize. neighbor. Night had set in, and,a the negative, but said that a large conduct of the men, I am hap- reason to hope that their delnsiorfor;. p

,' nP thich the pains of childbirth, and Heaven's minister, arid then up to "True, a fond husband and a kind gentle breeze fanQ.edthe chamber party (at least 40 persons) had per to was, generally speaking, iniquity,whichever it be termed.will.: .
father cannot be a very bad man. I through the door and paneless ished py' say die out formaiiy years yet;,'forit, ial ..
loaTh"MO' Jtt the death of the child at the Heaven, and passed noiselessly thro' open from want of 'food, some 10 or good and we had not.a single case ..
8t, are nothing, being feminine the small door, with faith, hope and never" believed you ill-disposed, Field window. People glided cautiouslyby 12 days journey to the westward.The .- of sickness; all the time of our absence. sustained by some.of 'the moai;-p oit'

be)1"Sc. g maternal love-the three. strongest ing. from time to time, urged by curiosity substance of the information Being anxious to send this to Red erful 'passions human ,hature! *

-This! poor,wo-l>egone mother stood pulses of the.hcart-to support her. No,"bless thce for it, and He will or pity. obtained, at various times and from River-by the first boats, I write ;in They wilL/not: l long hencer'EaVe'" x..,

'*re good curate Godfrey, ono of a She had had the only full and perfect bless thee. Ye ha' made me a Chris- After about an h'our's' stillness, the various sources, was as follow s : haste and briefly, but. shall have the quired a- suflicieqt-pbpulation iA jj ? ifcr r to'en'title i.i *A A.
IOiel ; wayfaring of Chris- lesson of religion-charity. But tian ; the ways o' the world made me sick man stirred;. tried to sigh, In the spring, four winters past, pleasure of sending a more detailed themtho'Union, ) pJrrora:: s ;

a 1I1eD who make body little stir be- she did not know, until she got to an infidel long ago. A man kindly but the groan died! within him: and (spring 1850) a party of white men, account by some future opportunity. as ;independent' :, ttJ,'" '

Jtn4 their own but there the pawnshop>>, that the poor curate treated, feels like a Christians sir." for a time he whispered ; but nobody amounting about forty, were seen With the utmost respect, I have and the cO 1ntr1.rwi!I I1Ac1\ r :

jwttatly felt and parish heard, of-the are true had, ,taken hIs only -waistcoat from "But we must give up resentments knew what he said. At length, after traveling s thward over the ice,'and the honor to be, necessity! of prono'uncfng'wnctberttshall
its
d&l841J.tJ Qi4ei Of the Father the his back to feed her children.. Then, now. I see by your countenance'you the curate had applied. afew dropsof dragging a boat with them, by some Your obedient servant share powersand1t8_ iid'heathen. ; IAAi U"WIth

orld'M first poor indeed, the tide of religloti came will soon meet your God. Prepare ,moisture from an orange to his Esquimaux who were killing sealson JOHN,R %: a herd polygainfits : *
teacher of
quiet that he' spoke audibly. the north shore of King William's So long a3--Araefican3rteaiuCJ
her. So true it is, that Fielding, for great judgment. lips, -
strong upon ,*t'Yes I know it will Land which-is a large island named LIST CLOSED IX DR.BAB'S LETTER.WESTS a Christian pcople.tbeyjriUnot con.
soon I
liIee'ngM ute kindness :is worth a vol-- come was dreaming.Mary.as we war *
act
goin' fast, indeed he be, one Noneof sen t to. this.. -The,ixew-f, angled\doctrine >
indeed Keiliktak the
an' that ha changed me. ButJ; with God. The children had by Esquimaux.
converting people.
in
) happy
.1Py Fielding of the nmA nf sermOnS : No. L Dead of( apparently) Walrus or Seahorse enjf'I
speaking The--- -curate's- ---- vest"was a 'baptismal sir, I am aweary of the world., enow.to eat j they give, me my- good the party: could speak the native ,w.tn dnpm'a wnjt"-: squatter sovereignty\( {.
t .who had been down some ) A Qr-ffia, Wltb w.ugulld forked I it[ coald n: ,tKc oilier hard.tcet.\to"i
I. her .and the children' an' all intelligibly but. by signs, No. IL tongu
of If it '. not-for back we were language:} '
rated war name
JJ*"a low fever. Tis hard to robe to the'unregen spirit ;: 1 agen ; Iud tail. _: _' whrchit:most- be .subjected,"**Qui( .
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the freethinkin '"poter's ; I had gone years back I very .happy. 4 After, a, pause,.and the natives were made to understandthat No. Ii!. A OrliBn'i bend,with wings.Nit. T
Sir lather f one's child'n. 1 Mary Fielding, ; fall at be.foesnchj.aorde l1\sJ\
once
iziu internal muttering resumed their ships or-ship: had. !been IV. A DoTe wi;h an olive brdpuhjq its b'tllanrruQnded
r'bOrne stroke but this'n. wifo. The Christian-religion always : by it anvil, w-tb_Uw tuoU th.isr A Ch tia aetithentprdol1 ;
any middle and sufferingJames. :with aperceptible spiiit.otenergylthough crushed! >yice i ; and '.the; "whites"were toSpere meor.1 !
J7iJtere is a now It was on an eveniug in the: supposes poverty world sinless and his nt-powers: made him ,now"going.. .to' where theye'ipected ; No. y, A1W. H*dwithapp( rntjr! ) conj imitca: .i':1': the"Amerjca ;'in4h1ehwn1d i '
hfehduggutom.T'11voLot that Mr. Godfrey passed Were'a.11the hap: "- brwKI; OU4ItV lIdl!,. ,' 'n'Jt b thuoutrageLi.Tbais4heplairi
June From :
of shoot c
.
., find deer to :
:;; Gods to _
audible Oh31r. ,
had been useless. !. scarcely ; ; : ; 'Wrc .
Atonement tit ,
py/the; l' Liner A'Ticn W front E-glritlwtti
murmur, but think of the along to the potter's cottageThere J. 'l.c ii::well believe'thish l o' :thee'y fre l., if.noi_ :wouiu :-.like 'vucc,'fw'j- the appearanc iQ men, all ol tM to law ltf J.*i to tJu.W"';,or?*&,* tit : i "fa t. and 1iOrifl1d5l! CUV'about
( I remember christening some had .1-eenJ l ] some smart ..refreshingshowers ; 'dumb iuid.blindycr. come,jand tw' 'h"poI,an- hat they whom,,,except.,-one: .officer!! .(chef! ) It.. JY fJf .DisdL'i Rsei..it 1M p..ufI1: lY'f} h., _.pioeipt1intojeancs.iig' \f : :
'
11 f fiA.children, when he and you
ot health and joy.! Inthis_I grass Tras"healtMljr green; mint: hometo a hungry 1 1al"Fine'words ; bj -but'.to;sirug lelonV for.ther ':is : posecl;to be:'getting1.short of: rprqviBi6na .; ,I .Jre*tobit fork1Cnlst S*i.' retuinVita If ormonito.fcbaraetertAi. KXA' t.jremafn.aiTqr

or lire* Mary, there is no :. were vigo3.an&: balmy, as goes be Email accountUUutWhen hope for the:working'-mari .;An*bid : /. nd..d ey: purchased Ia., : small ., "1 1 shyer aiirer Ube fcibt! spOoli spoon.,L'reat.No.,1.moth Suero: Meliorx Crest- '' \ .rl.or,., thuTiderc.rshouiT (!

Nout, its hollow. .YourjieigadUottjiriil and bcre.n4tlerewas theuresUess, p cr1 the rich folk consider:.the laborer,an' seal from the natives.t &. .;,111"> ,.4.1 ,\ '},:. -' af 6oVernmeui f maken, 6dj- -
D'; tJ11 brsZa; { not-bare totoes un&syCil'P; lnthe tree of h ge/o( ft- rich.p rson; bishop,suffers or.- the, parson's to.bgal1'Jike; the. ai} I ,4t a later date,the same- season,. .:' 'a;irw UbU |urk,motto. Spero, McLora* ,'Crust: Auction between' :it 'i i'It1e. other
; ver' ,
yet, "aer < of a;husband,fat'She : 'l)1rd\ll1i) Jta 'l1eat., ,The such, as nevCrgiVcSrp itarvin like me gJ& 1 ','Jvi11-: '.-:r gl t; if ,:; I but previouH.to the'-4isruption-of: the 1siIed.etfirkCr.tNo.5.:44).4 : j Territories. :lta basines'iaL: Idil _a

hi.;J'.... q !J1 the love and piot c'b Seep:vcre',. t1inyo':: ( :.foi' :4"01fh't. tells poorfellows ihe drink dear ?' tfca.tear*# as dry.as a ,.Ice;';.t bebodje 'oe bout..tbirtv-vhit:: :. 1 lilret! tibme) ip-wo.'Crv t So.:5." : point i ra>Governor bo'shaI1.'rttog ;
;; their:crosses;as pnly.road sliver, , 8a" meadows' bear k..lpCorD
ha
: to. ; ortheiIiitcii'scatei'a
theconit : any' theTauthpriQr
._b'' .One ; indYheri 8Ji !mthe'; j jcovs WlthflIia.Lf: : .. : pWs us'were discoveredj "H : !
goesehe: = it iiJeiunbPg l5iT: fcirider 1 Mlf er UbU fork, with<< :initial* ;TX S. O, '
.... .IOJ-Jeio orphans to1 grieve for ; 'a1\ rIlkb:: ;' were tt ied'Orert.ho ,uen i; o 1I ', ; vHia'wife bronghthim a'Jittle coldwer1tlrch tinent, and : v.e.Q utin-7ial i d.Mar; 1 shyer) table fork,wUb iaitUl ......AM Q.--. i ; l cause i its )lawb i f1
4 .&sin.' If.J1eav91f.is}o4bo.won Lyjovertytu4intIjnothing.ls. J! i I tilTer Ub'e' r0i5 w.th initial "O. A.M..? .Uu circuai3tan
( petted. er existing
f : ; abbuial6ng'4ay'8 journey( thirty .
4lstapzge.1: thciir i : iueezedgoine say "
; J
mad,.:? ;-au that, Susan ;is,very : so easy or'emU } | < iiker\ taLl},fork,with initial.J.F. -'- ; .
JD F"I' nobody terralsthere: was an unyokedhorseexultiuj enow: ; tofc4bun'jA' bar
,.aJ. !ot 'ssaYI abnndance i and freedom} to g1vo all they more t. .tT.lt9ni.et; ; ,'\ -commit( .a 4arge, stream, ,whch| 'can Wfno of ; *'*. '*"f a'; Frank.liD barrassment & d.dinlty1itduty. | 12?2, A
thoaflicted ( 1I'1 A smaniilwpUte.fentnTed)4 } John
.....,. .S 1 1*( lbp; but Suian ''Jwkson The poor;saluted:'Mr Godfrerras; he. ", p io$...;" .<<, ,.. thee, girlv: wheitl: am-gone.. Lam other thatf.Back's-G 'eat'Fi5h Hirer, I ,TT/tTI, ," -;( i !* < not toJ\; dispensed \vit1t.j. ,
) J1
iJ
e torri for wh hhe never !bad/; !; .9rich: cordialgree! : : : .

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-. -later from Eurep -"r the Paciflc.I ; : IcpubIic let Dr:Charleston.. : I Florida* ectl.oa--n ldal. /i''rbbte of ttwpecuJVTmnii J( .;: .. '.'(PILLS Tor-the ,CUM of Coflghi; .:\ ,STATE Oy FLORIDA.g I.

""" 61)) rbtf t ni : >* -m--m ?' Vfc. Colds and Asthmatics! iinpWnt&The'sdmi'rsb'PIUi ; .
j
I "jriw Tout. Oct. M.Tl ,- ,' L\: ."wthra11 one death from yellow fever ia The omct Totiof the late election contained 'So1o : "'LK. are the mos.efiaeni remedy ever.di*< Carnation 'or7da3 .

United I1IaiI Steamship Pacific. Cap bours'eniing on ,S9&ult in the table he,." 7. ': ." *V JscbooTill'la4NoTZ A. 58M. covered for the cure of coaghs colds and asthma i ofThank ,
taln ExraKye, has arrived at this port from Liverpool Sunday > kme of the most obstinate 6f inch disorders h\Ag and Pratteby James- BrJ
JACKSONVILLE., 1 ,caws ,
baa ; .
the
.The It nleaso Supreme
which it* left on Wednesday, the 18th to- at V o'clock P. IU Mercury says: The following is the final JesultC,. AS, Architect .
together with affections ot.1he chest yield ta their Governor ,
however from the .There have been but two deaths from ; $ '{* of the Universe In dispensation of His all-wise1 of said Slate:
.taut 6h bring, BO newt yellow feer :Maxwell,\ ; 8,63 ,: curative powers They speedily remove any aectbmnlationi .
Thursday 9i.; 1854. in the hut four days.' We have '' '' .t Providence, to remove from the cares and troubles I Whereas Ii Ie DrflperLr iDdivtcfnts
made
tjeatof war. cI
Novemr careful Jf :>Brown Brother of phlegm, whereby the respiratory or1 CIIftIm..
of this mundane sphere MICHAELHEARX.Sr. attics to
1 acknowledge their
Intelligence relative to tile war I la conflicting. inquiries, and find that this indication of the depar- and depead
relieved
gans are permanently ultimately a
1JOIa aa4
,
member ,
TJp to tbs et.l testftat nothing bad been done. The New York Charleston Steamship tare of the epidemic is confirmed by the general "' ,..1O741-" ,JJe it therefore.,ajenerable* ,gr onj" "fraternity.{ eomd and'!-' 'ft"ect,therefore, the I to ibId retirnthsi.a.mercies aDd bleuin t.hI'Pi. 0cMt $ .
Allies number \( .mod have a strong position a report of the physidansT the'marine'hospital Mthmatical patient suffering from ft tightness of : : ADd wbere
Line. Kttolttd That deeply sympathize with the lags
on&be Math of ScbMtopoL Th fleet apparatus there is no cue of fever on.hand; in tho Alms Tho vote of Dad*was not counted by the State ,relative we of deceased Brother the the chest. a difficulty of breathing,or ft bad cough number GUIM H&at.ill the Jj.ilaaye"

baft been. landed.. Mensehikoff holds the field, public will observe the advertisement of the house there has, been- no case since Monday last, -canvassers, the turn not'bdng acoording to l W'. family irreparable and le lou which our they have sustained. should have recount to these well-known Pills, toensureaidica1cus I 1 bet'UId U esae a a&r4ed Llie the AtvtJ Tiueiy CI t J.lffttt.
To the in the estab- tIsIr Tbanksgiin
Forth with M.OOO nice. and tl.expectwg 80.000 and only fever patient.remaining a or4
Brown received 19 and in that that
ew York and Charleston line under In the Maxwell i. county. Ktsolttd That a blank page be on our record i it may be onservea with uina
nor It w u reported that he bad Aid the cit1ClOG' steamship ishmeut is convalescent Hoper Hospital numfurusty ,
The congrnsionar of tho State was book on hich shall be inscribed the name, an United Stat: tile
whole T age
the Charleston of there has since Wednesday
not possibly bold out more than fwelve agency H. Misroon. The fare in been but one new case ; ,
reinforcement and in all there but five cases under treatment increase"on the vote in 1852 of date dee of Bro. Ucarn..JiMolMtl High School. Now, therefore I. JAMES) l1ftmJj '1
substantial ,
dsvs longer, without the cabin has been reduced in this line are 10,803 showing ftn :
ua assistance which be was anxiously expecting from $5 t uo ouo of which threaten a fatal termination. In n"'' ** That 1\ copy of these resolutions be truE undersigned, yielding to the eolieitationa,0Ihls of the State ol ulorith, do, by Ibis 101 ubl.1f

Terr dsr. The Allies were in good spirits and '20. Te some vessels constitute tho line N private practice, the cases are very few; nnd we reJoice t,.VUThe signed by the proper officers and forwarded to thofamilyof X friends,gives,notice that"on the second I Rlamation,set apart Thuwday, the Iik1 tIaIe
confident of ultimate victory. formed i before with exception the substitute to say that all our prognostics of the tcrmina- result by District ws a*follows:' our deceasedBAtherf andnTso'to'theilasonic }tonaay of November instant ho will open a vember. proximo as a Dar of PDblie 't

_ Tbe Baltic fleet will return borne. of the Nashville t the Union. u ion of the epidemic are verified. We can no lougir JfuctU, frown. Lodge in Tarborongb, Carolina of ,. ; .high School, for Male., ingand 40 most tfulfyreriest the
.
Pasha is for extensive consider it as a'prevailing disease.'" West, 1.235 1,803 which the deceased was for many years a member.: in the Odd Fellows Hall, in the town of Jacksonville the various religious denomination to ODeot/
preparation
Omar preparing 1 j
Drobrndscha.sTbe .5, i Middle, 1.913 1,507 l.olrAI. That a copy of these resolutions be ., The scholastic year will be divided into two respective houstes of worship and dvliveraddi.Z
on Euaiiian the Prnth forces and are being concentrated on First Trip to Wclaka. The steamer KitAnUle, which reached Savannah East 1,881 1,442 also forwarded to the town papers with'a request sessions of ftve months each. N<> student received es suited to so solemn and wterertiiiif an OCOL
53T 312 that they publish the same. for less time than session and deduction of and I respectfully request the *
South one no good citizen
the frontiers. The steamer CmUua her last from from New York the brought of
Austrian trip on 81st large
0 a S. BUFFISOTON ) State to abstain Iron
and Franco tuition foes will be made for absence,unless occasioned their tMU&I svo
-It* surmised that England Kingdom for are!secretly '- Caetn. proceeded all the way up t Welaka, number of returning Savannah\ people besides a 5,683 4,564 C. !'t. COOPER, )}J-Cox'. by protracted illness. To avoid all mi unIcrstanding --engage IB its exercises -AIcfo

organizing independent on tis} river, whence we lea sho took freight and great number of atnan She had 118 in the follows GEO. W. COLE, ) with reference to tuition fees and an- ,In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto. IIf.'C _
land.Intento. On the Removal queslioa thereto, was as A true from the Minutes. band, and caused IllyI.
copy novanccs of presenting bills no student will be received to bet*
throughout England I passengers-being the first time either of cabin and iy in the There not greagj
ftnxietr provaiU th steerage. wee Attest Join W. PRICK [ ] of the State of thee
: : unless,tlie foes. bo paid 4 in advance for the ,5. Florida It
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t pel France to hear from the Crimea expedition.Tbe steamers from distant have reached that room found in the houses .
ports of
weather in England Wft fine and the supply point, public for the numbers arrived a No Removal" 6029 Sect eta' se.ision. CIty Tallahassee, this 1Jth. IUl"t
except on a pleasure excursion. ; but as the Pulaski House has again been "Removal" '4402 '5' Tuition from $20 to' fGO per annum,'according berA.D.1S4. --
of breadrtnffli
good.Lint.. p., opened, and the other public houses which have PresentmentOf to the branches pursued. JAMES E.BROOMK.By .

Sebastopol 37"Our intercourse with Savannah and against Removal, 618 th. Grand Jury Orange and Si LvcitCountui. ,FRANCIS L WHSATOX. f7orerscqqJ7 :' .
L Lord Raglan expected to open fire upon. Clarle been> of late closed will Boon again be doing business Majority : of Nov. 9 tf. the (3oveJacksonville .- : -:

in a few days. ton i .again regularly etblshe quarantine accommodations will be afforded for nil who For State Register David S. Walker received I ,KL ,- .L1Plon.Ssc'y tf..
that 80.000 Runians had made a
It 1* reported vessels from '
upon th being now remain in that The Savannah Kewt inc len- 5ll3votee. Spauiah S and IVorpO Mi.t31e. :
city.
ffar ,
ortte from Sebaatopol. but had been driven buck. The Seminolf from Savannah and the We, the Grand Jurors of Orange and St Lode :
The Russian garrisons and armies in the Crimea removo tell, speaking of the ,KitorviUe lets out tho follow- 1852. 1854. Counties Florida having been sworn to consider, arrive, by the steamer Isabel from Havana and Alligator Plaik RoaJ,.
are lr from Charleston, having arrived on Wednesday lag: -. JL an invoice of Genuine Spanish Scgai, and PROPOSALS will be received until the

I'be ehofcra'iffspreading 1 in Dublin but diaap- the 1st; and the Carolina, from Charleston, ARRIVAL or THK KNOTJILLI BROW AT Sex- oj and true presentments make, of all matters com can be had at the APOTHECARY' HALL, for doing th7',llowiB;Uf, *0'

-n11Jl' from London. The We2aZa (due on Sun dny This ing before na, of interest to the country, having Nov. 9 St JackiwnviUe: E. F. on the Jacksonville and Alligator 4'lank Enil
on.undJthe th steamer yentcrday brought a full complement .I .I .
Thlnswgits in China had made three unsuccessful b bn past two weeks anticipated by-theSe of cabin and steerage passengers, and a full freight I .i jj :: r 8 concluded onr labor, beg leave to make the following stud Creditors. line l.of Tofyw.. "1,. ditch, and throw 'the,
Notice to Debtors McUut's
attempts to take Canton. COUNTIES. creek to the mold
ince her arrival we have met familiar faces and jI ; presentment: tIi-
The hostilities at Shanghai were going on, but JuTm'i. which brought mails from Savnnnah on Os ( Wble crowing clace on the St )1" '
ixchangod the cordial with friends who have k 0 1 0 The J.I indebted to the estate of James .rivs'
grasp counties persons
of and St. Lucie situated
the Imperialists were still unsuccessful. Friday of both weeks. The Welala has been undergoing >een absent since the breaking out of the late epidemic sIt I Z 0 Orange are A. Fagin, deceased late of luval county are TiarberX and below the Forks, a distoes og

.The American ship Lady Pierce hud arrived at some repair in Sn'auab. but L expectedhere and whoso presence now, with the daily increasing on the St. John's river and open to navigation hereby notificil.to make payment to the undersigned twenty mllH.

Bong Kong after visiting Jeddo ADd Saiuodi. She next Sunday. activity in our streets, give token of the Alnchu.v 231 163 2(52( 162 380 .8 from the Atlantic by said river for steamers of a within ,the time rvqmred by law ; and all 2.1."Tn,,pem1 f.dit.'lI, grade and throw "P. tlof Ii

reports that she was favorably received. n r esuni]>tiou of business. Our friends have arrived Calhoun 78 1032S5 87 84 165 large class;-having within their limits various post persons having claim against suit estate, are rood! Alligator t.> the crossing' ; Vf ,
AU foreign refugees had been ordered to leave I The of the Planters Bank of here before frost but we understand that the steamer Columbia 33527t 52'J 338 846 11 hereby notified to iireaeiit them within due time, 81117'I rivera distance.about thirty ilet.L
Madrid or security for their good conduct 137" agency FIr offices, and many more required, they are almost Tbe Ko-id on both sections to b-,
gin 332
experienced; a little Sow, accompanied with Juval 4j)6 416 6\10 7 for payment JOHN liEDGKS, 'opcnn]I Wt.h-
i -.p field, in this town, has been removed t Swers'new frequent mjvaUn, on the first night out from New Dade deprived of mail facilities, which can only be attributed Administrator. 1 lIX.tJeVlu to, be *> graded aamM I /to

Latest Foreign Jfe\rs by the Arabia. building, Bay street fork, in lit.36, Ion.72-an accident of the voyage 'scambia 212 250( 179 177 2 334 to the entire neglect of the mail authori SARAH FAOIX, have a. greater accent or decent than one :
_" which 167 69 18 120 2 Administratrix. fiftt-eD and no where let titan eight. inches aUv"ip
gave great eatisfacSon t3 her worthy cap- }franklin : 242 ties. Numberless instances have occurred of Nov. 9,18&1-3w..
Kiw YORK November 3. THK DARUSGTOJJ.-We welcome back t our !Ain and his cabin passengers, who celebrated the (jadsdenJernnndo 432 419 88S 431 1 786 serious bl water mark, where ditching u ueceMvv L,
I event with 106 66 124 7t'' 17:: disadvantage to our citizens and we sincerely Stable. be l loss than twenty feet U-twetii tbe inner
c The British and North American Royal Mail port and the rie the good and fa1'urit steamer, interesting becoming honors. The new Livery iUm
C. IL E. Judkina hns Kisseiigers was christened CHARLES LUDLOW Ssow Hamilton 159IS'J 159 183 186 258. I I hope that a remedy will not be long wanting. his of the ditehe*-the ditches in all case to be taffi-
Steamship Arabia, Captain the After passing a few months in 'T'HB undersigned has now completed ar- and wide
Darl7glo. in compliment to Captain L., who responded the Uillsboro' 128 223 111)) 323,' 7 Our counties without and serious cieutly deep thoroughly to drain Uw
she
arrived at this port from Liverpool which are a jail, 1 X rangemcnts for keeping open during the winter fourteen
roud
feet in the
ultimo. Cbarletn undergoing the process of repaintingand shape of a basket champagne, which was made holmes[ S'J 112 66 77 3 137 centre of the row! t,, b.
left he 21s his Stable
oo inconveniences arise from this in the matter Livery ,
want clear
COMMERCIAL IVTKLLIGKKCB. overhauling, she reached this place on Friday the; medium of many appropriate sentiments and Jackson 213 366 357 414 1 728 .. at the former stand, on' Newnan street, on the entirely- iments.3d. of all roots, stamps and other kn--
of tbe to
In Liverpool the sales of cotton during the lost about 9 on her return she continued good wishes to the young voyager on life's ocean. Jcflerson 2583'J5 150 364 IBS ,,66 421: safe-keeping of criminals-having above the Buffington House. To balk
week ending the 20th ultimo, comprised 46,000 her o'cuk river As be was bound for Darien, he left the steamer at Leon ) 332 424 831) 5 745 send them to the jails of the neighboring counties, square Single horses at all times furnished for riding, the a substantial bridge acro the ! cure up on Suuday morning, T boc where she was met the SeminoU and 82 43 ,51 48 105 Mary's at point indicated.not less than sixteen
) by Levy
took from at great serious inconvenience
bales. Speculators exporters 5,1-00 a expense And ; anti or singly or in pairs attached to buggies and other Ji.'etvlde. and tu be
bales. The market fell off at the close of tho and she will doubtless receive a cordial welcome with hilt mother (both doing well) he continued Madison 254 3.11)) 437 34\1! 67 63 this matter recommend to fellow- vehicles. heart, timber. couatructa.tjsound throne houi rf
Orleans from her numerous friends on the of his voyage. We trust both may arrive safe, to Monroe 160 66 151 75 4 175 we earnestly our
week, but prices are unchanged. Middling part To citizens wishing such accommodations,.or to To
uppr gladden the heart of the expectant father, who will Marion 253 244 256 196 436 5 citizens, as claiming their early attention. 4th. plank the Road in sections as of one or
was quoted at 5 l-4i and Middling Uplands at SGEJTERAL her The the only strangers sojourning in Jacksonville during the milt with
Ilne
more sound heart
1-Bd. rirer boat DZigtn which lunnA bn time no doubt regard him as the gem of the ocean. Orange[ 27 41 18 62 6! 1 The roads of our counties is' another subject we winter, he will be at all times happy to furu h thick and eight feet four inches plank in ,two iochei
his some 1)\t' 60 length to
22
Nassau 70
57 61 57 fiaton
IKTCUJCKICCC. regla .5. wish specially to bring to the attention of the people such conveyances they may require for journey, strongpieces the centre of tbe track.
The bombardment of Sebastopol commenced on b plying t the Lakes, she has at the same time Absence of the Isabel. Putnam 123 52 128 of this section. Their rough and irregular or transient rides. U. A. DLL"3 N. B.-The Company have ttn excellent
the 18th ultimo from two I'iocelof heavy artille- been one of the conducted and best St. John's 193 IGi 137 103 94 4 Nov. b Km. : porUU
Snw
and
bt Mill a fine lot of rank which
man The Savannah Santa ItoSt11)7 257 181 205 16 352 state and the general inattention to their improvement : they win
1. She is still command of papers which reached on Fri. either sell or lease to a contractor,on fair
Omar Pasha has to tho Crimea to attend a Capt 11d Bt. LucicSurnptcr 7 1 12 9 2 is a matter of incere regret. Societies and Pladerlng-Plain and Ornamental UTTUH.
gone the 3d
her CPerk day steamer St. Johrts contain P. MOODY
Mr. McDonald still offi per paragraphs 7ft 48 127 President
council of war. It is believed lila force will be acmmoatinA neighborhoods elevated and refined to .
are a corresponding ; IZricklariu, &c. JACKSONVILLE, October 2H'!, 1854.,
transferred there.Ilenechikolr ciat tht capacity; ,'hicbar pluralities that in expressing some uneasiness on account of Walton 111 171 132 171 270 I
has been partially reinforced. her restoration the river there will bo no diminution the non-arrival of the steamer Isabel at Charleston WukullaWashington 151 164 16'J 134 298' degree with their facilities of intercourse : fl"HE subscriber desires again to offer his serriJ. *'Alligator Advertiser, copy tin lit Jannsry.T .
t
Reports have been again circulated at Vienna, of the estimation in which id held on Friday the 89th ult., the day on which the wasdue. 124, 82 144 55 197 ;-a social interchange of friendly feelingand ces to his old friends and the public, iu the -

Paris and London that Sebastopol had fallen g bhl This vessel baa been of late -' -- -- those courtesies which, between man and performance of Plain and Ornament Plastering Iqtions Wines &c.I .
by the public. ( replaced on the 450' to68 Ho will contract for JLJ
and although they were not generally credited 563f14rl10215020Proceedlnits man smooth life's Bricklaying, 1lSOn1'r..tc. U'tarwr Oank Hani Bmnjy,
rugged and alleviate
Urge stock operations had taken place on the I. Havana and Charleston line.) The steamer Governor pathway, brick-work and plastering of buildings entire S laurels Amen>-an ""lid,

strength of them. The employees of the English Wanted. Dudly was dispatched on Motday the 80th of Council. its sorrows, is, to a much greater extent than is upon reasonable terms, and pledges himself to I quarter rk HoUaod Gu
Inoraton
Government however, Buy, that no serious intelli- to endeavor to get tidings oi her. Capt. Rollinswas generally supposed attributable to good roads ; use despatch in the execution of all work entrusted 5 bum-til barn-Is New Rme mil Enxhnil Rum,
be looked for before the beginning of The Warrenton N. C. Keut COUNCIL CIr&KBEa.l) and to his care.
can
we hope our will mend
ppnce says community their 10 barn-li ponlile K 6rd1I1":1'Y
not in of ,
November. command the Isabel at the time of October 31,1854. f He hardly thinks it necessaay to give those to
Of Hancock who left 5 barreb Standard'I Hit Munouniwia.
General Canrobcrt had notified the French Government Warrenton, (N. C.a,)Jore-man, Printer. He is about five the trip, he being detained in Baltimore in consequence Council met ways. whom he is known any assurance as to the qualityof 9 harnrt llourlmn Wbi kcf,

that the position of the Allies was impJg feet six inches high medium) has a of the ill health of his family. The Isabel Present lion. F.C.Barrett, Infcndant; Messrs. Another subject which we would urge npon the his work as in that respect he has heretofore 2 barrel 9wert Matapi n Inc.,
scar
J Dbl and could be bold ain lt 20,0 on his face, and has but one e'e siz He was last was in command of Capt. Tittle.: George C. Acosta, S. Buffington, George W. Call public attention, though it is not within the limits I. given He respectfully to his patrons solicits the moat a renewal perfect of satisfaction.the patronage 9 9 barrel barrels'.Teoenff Ch'ny Wine. Was, ,

aa affairs England looked very heard of in Wilmington, N. C., Any information George W. Cole, and Samuel N. Williams Couneilntn. of onr county, is yet to us,of material impor of his fellow-citizens. JOHN, IVERS.Nov. I barrel AICnb.I1.C .

1101 Cme I concerning him will be thankfully received at thisofce ifBy our late advices from Charleston we lance. We allude to tlio Plank Road project-of I bnrrKl barrvb White Cider Wi Vinrtnr..Vinrrr. ,

TH VrBT WTI.JCt I'aper throughout the South will confer a are happy to state that the steamer Isold is safe Proceedings of last meeting were read and ap connecting Palatka on the St John's river, with 9Gm.FARE REDUCED. 5 ba-kft II.iiUi.-k rtiimpipie, .

have been received, stating that it w on a distressed mother by copying the above having broken her shaft, and put into Key'Vest.A proved. the interior. This would give to the river a per- 10 bnt fbimpntna Cider, ]
that Sebabhqiol could bold out more ... a CIt U Ale,
than throe notice.A correspondent of the Courier, writing from that Councilman Call introduced the following ordinance manent port-to our counties a fixed market, and 9 e4 k*Ponar, 1

d, 'I1 yonng man answering the above description city says: which was unanimouHly p.i!sed: to the State a precedent in internal improvement; I Cabin Passage from Charleston to .New 5 hoses Lemon Symp, ,

'ttr from Captain Luc*. and of the name of Hancock, worked in the office of .The weather the day before the break down An Ordinance in relation to Side Walks and Plank which will make this favored land of ours what it York, Twenty Dollars. 4 4 boxes boie Port iJchnapp Wine., For n*1'e low, for Case f

this ppC for about one week in the month of wan heavy and a high sea running, vessel rollingand Streets in the Town of Jacksonville.B should be, the Garden of the Sunny South-eliciting by THJackM UTtUIJGL

The Charleston Oovritr publishes tho!)following 111 whence he prc"de up the river for l the pitching and one wheel out of the water nearly it ordained by the Intendant and Town Council the rich resources which now lie hidden and United States Mail Line. >nvlIIe' ,October III, .83L ,
whole time. The strain the shaft -
wasgreat
letter from Captain Lace: the purpose of going to Tamp t reach New and 4 M. f>f tbe upon 21st, when directly of the TiAcn of Jacktonvitte, That from and after exhuming the treasures of a clime, unequalled in NEW' YORK & CHARLESTON undrie. t

Yonns, N. T.October 2,18M Orleans, as: ho informed prprietr of this abreast O'cOCtA.Florida, the larboard shaft the passage of this Ordinance it shall and fertility of soil and salubrity of climate; and we ,.. 30 balll Rio CofTee, )

Tnonou 8. Ocean, Esq..Charleston: paper. He bid previously, as we I learn, worked. gave way \ crashing noise awaking may be lawful for or to improve trust that the Legislature will favorably consider :: ;. STEAM PACKETS, 5 5 hap bftaa liLt Porto Government Bicn Cnfftf Java Caffn, II

Dtar Sir-Yourletter of the 17th instant should in Svannh Go, and stated that he had worked nearly every soul on board. .The engine was at any person persons a project of such deep and universal interest. (SEMI-WEEKLY.) I hale Mocha Coflir. 't
:'. have answered befor but my excuse must in and in Boston Mass. He : once stopped, and sail put on the ship. As soon as any of the side walks or public streets of Another 9 bophenrfj Praia kid)fnjnr, .
', be b, with Bach pressure of inquiries and Norb Calna may I possible, the broken shaft was disconnected from the Town of Jacksonville by planking the same, matter within the limits of our county NASHVILLE, 1,500 tons, M. Berry, Commander. 9.. ",.New Orleans(Sugar,

I persona calling that I really have not been able have been temporarily employed in one of the the wheel, and the ship turned towards the shore. or by paving the same with brick, stone or gravel. of which serious complaint has been made to MARION, l,2i>0 tons, WM. J.F rlER Com'r. 10 karrrbi dtosuf :.J dagar, 1.
the made. offices in tho interior, when on his Charles Johnson a Key West and JAMES ADGER tons S. C. Turner Com'r. 10 barrel! Cotfve 8nar,
1 attend to one-half inquiries Wt Tampa; Captain pilot, was us, which we would present as a matter claiming 1,200 .
See. 2. lie it If I. Oell'i mi.I
I recollect Mr. Jeffords, who was on board the and if s i might be a service t the anxious inquirer fortunately on board, and brought the snip to an further ordaintd any person or the attention the parties is the fact SOUTHERNER, l.OO tons, T.D. EWAJC, Com'r. ewe Jockey FljT Cl*b TobtIeCo t
hip with mo. I took leave of him at the lost moment if further information him anchorage under the Fowey Hocks soon after 8 persons shall tear up remove or destroy, or shall proper i Leave Adgcr's Wharves everyWedoesday and 3 cues MeycnTuhaeco, t
but did not see him after the ship sunk; bespoke any concerning o'clock. The mails were at once despatched as cause to be torn up removed or destroyed or that at Fort Capron is stationed 'a company of I Saturday afternoons after the arrival of the cars 6 bnxc Yellow B.unkTsceo,

to me of his wife sndchildrenand said t could b fumibhed by our Florid brethren. above and orders sent by Captain Tittle to the shall be engaged in destroying United States troops. They were allowed to occupy from the South and West. 90 boxes Virginia Tobacco F

toe last. "Captain, God will preserve us in some I. ugent at Key West, to charter vessels to take offtoe tearing up, removing or the spot by Major Russell for their accommodation These steamships were' built expressly for the 90 boUt AilamaallD. Caaille, J
pavement of brick stone IU boxes Candles
'1. .behaved. throughout the trying scone Health of Savannah. passengers. any or gravel, and his protection : but their occupation Line, and for safety, comfort and speed are unrivalled 4!to,.,.Gunpowder Sperm Tea, ( in a worthr of a great perfectlycool I or side-walk of plank or plank road thro'the
mnr name The mails were brought to Charleston by the pilot any any on the coast 4 loaN tI..1 Tea
exerting himself to a forming We are much gratified t learn from the Savannah boat 'art. streets of the town of Jacksonville or any has been represented to us as being if not a nuisance Tables supplied with every luxury. Attentive Z) box..No. I.Jioap, '
rafts and each means U could b procured 1' other at least a roost annoying appurtenance: to and courteous commanders will insure travellersby 10 bnx' Pain Soap .
of the I
side-walks
ving the lives of those { at the press t'a the health of that city id uow again .5. improvement or streets of the this line possible comfort and accommo I bus WOITlJotJr.bire Sauce

a time encouraging other who were seeming fully established, or that the yellow fever 1m dis- Negroes Recovered.We said town designed for the ease and accommodation neighborhood, undisciplined and .- dation. every 5 hnu"Yeast Pnwll,,,

to despair. I can my dear sir, I cherish of the inhabitants the They offer to the settlement no protection against IB boxr* Awiirtiui Pkklrv, :'
a8ure you The Savanmib IitpuUlt.au. of the 1st thereof person or perSons For freight or passage, having elegant state
his for his coolnessand appe. understand that two of the the Indians but 10 bos"QII""IAndy,
with the
missing
memory, high negroes ; on contrary, verify the ne- toHENRY
: so offending shall if a free'pel'llon, be fined room accommodationaapplv 9 hairtrl: Linseed f\il, C
I bravery that occasion,and do mot sincere iut& to Mr.W. Ii.G. of this of the old
Saunders county CCSIIity MLSROON
o belonging "deliver
complaint from
us our 10 biur.1. W. B.Wbale Ott.
ly with his frienda for his I fear The interments this week were eleven I less than twenty dollars for each offence and if a slave f
10.
SJptl last week whole supposed to have been stolen have been recovered friend, and we will take care of our enemitt." Charleston, So. Ca. 1 harrrl lArd Oil.
the Lumber ,
The -
reasonable hope for bin sa6ty.II binl just 20. shall be punished by thirty-nine stripes: J'rocidrd 6 box,.Marcamoi,
Mr. Mustard and Mr. Cannon I did lot know health of the city; may be saId nearly established It seems they absconded from their master and Nothiig in this Ordinance contained shall We earnestly hope that the proper authorities will Cabin passage, f2<>; Si) lee l..nf Lent, t

I and regret I cannot give you the information you and the safety of return t i.Wntcca becoming concealed themselves on Fleming's Island where remove at onco these annoying neighbors or or- Steerage, 8. 10 barrel Miw Fmk, I
require. Mr.:C. T. Mitchell may possibly kuow div more reliable.: There were only 4 deaths prevent any person owning or occupying any lot or ; :Nov.8th. sp15yPrhate 2.sacks or Btfl Cei>rji3 flour, .
discovered and taken. der such
something of from '' fever the week jiu.t past against 18 tIle they,were part of a lot within tho limits of tho Town of discipline to observed, as shall remove 10U( bale of -Yd Hay. Fornlr *l a nDaJvsnce l
t .5' the impression that they wish the Boarding.T on end. for(IIIb,' TU CO. II AKTIIDCk.
Ja dear very respectfully week l'l\ioul' The epidemic may therefore be Jacksonville from removing any side walk or. improvement military to be I
a yuU Vhibvr 19, ll4.
JA. LLCE. said to have posted us, and the few cases occurringconsidered COLLISION.-The cars due in Savannab, on the of the street in the front of his premises nn annoyance instead of benefit to the public. "HE undersigned desires to inform persons who i

.. rporadic.Yenterday Central Road on the morning of the 81st did not t Other matters too numerous to be embodied in a are in want of Pleasant Boarding Accommodations -I Garden Seeds.
was a clear and day though for the purpose of replacing the same with a that he in .f Gardea f
pleasant a to
Health of in private family, prepared RECEIVED an assortment
Angnsta. arrive to collision of trains that occurred presentment, force themselves
owing a notice
a little war. The wind which had been from more substantial better description of walk or npon our : an receive JUST and Onion SetU, of b.5tAlaS
the South for the t three five miles below M.icou the act to enforce the better crop J
pat> two or days yesterday on previous night.- collection of debts-4hc Reatonablt toe brand t* ,
Tbe LmdEumer of tbo best
OaniMationalut of Sunday morning, the pavement.The of Boarder,on '. Quinine very qwaUty,
hauled
round the Westward thermometer
t Thirteen cars were considerably damaged' but no prohibition of papers and books of an abolition Pelletier Delaudre Paris atAPOTHECARY 1
,
29tbnltiniosayi: last night 10 o'clock wan at 61 degrees committee, to whom was referred the mat- Applicant are requested to call upon me personally BALL.
"We have with a fahrenheit a parson was injured. The telegraph wires were ter of building a new Market House reported progress tendency-the removal of any restriction on the or at my residence, on the corner of Ocean nnvil'.e FIorid 1

I? isle, and fm 1 fvr appearance I Skinl The itenw for th past eleven weeks have disconnected by this occurrence in three different and asked for further time. Granted.On slave trade, and numberless other matters whichwe and Adams streets. MANUEL CRESPO. oct26-3t Jack -. T

doubt, m The weather, however will any been o follows places but have been repaired and the connection motion by Councilman Buffington, a committee have not the timo or space to notice. Jacksonville, November 2, 1854. New Grocery and Provision Storer.

li I LI thing which but seems to have to spread the lang city.epidemic That, Jan. Fellow Fever i is complete. of three was directed to be appointed, to Hoping that the public will move and activelymove Steam Saw 31111 For Sale.' Somers' New Brick Building, t

i1 portion, called Dublin, which hetfo th has been Week end Aug. 2d. 4: 5' take into consideration matters pertaining to the in all these matters we dose,:"our presentment rplIE undersigned offers for sale his Mill shunted 'I'

t exempt, is now in a suffering l. and we 12 0' Our friend Mixer says the Charleston Oovrier. "Willey Cemetery." Whereupon, the Intendant by offering our kindest regards arid best J, upon the Satilla river, Georgia. It w avery BAY BEET.

bear of a number of new c in that portion of p.. Sept... 12th Cth 210 123 12 74 has, wa are gratified to perceive,repaired the damages appointed Councilmen Buffington'Call and'Williams !- wishes to our courteous and able Judge, to our efficient largo and, comparatively, new Mill-with. subscriber would respectfully inform the {

I the city as well .o continue wtr advice > 19th 1i9 181 the Charleston Hotel suffered from the great said committee. and gentlemanly Solicitor, and tothe Bar newboilers, ania 75 bone engine. .' TilE Jacksonville and the surfopndmircorn4ry t
to .
absentees to away until w a vlit ... .. .. 26 121 63 storm, and has again everything in first rate order generally who.Jivc attended If desired, a valuable tract of well-timbered that they have opened ft Family (Smceryand t
,
with a black' frost. So ( On motion Councilman Williams our Court fit the
by the bill of that
-' soon as we are land, contiguous to the Mill, will be sold with it; Provision'Store, where every article is
with one, w will give the gratifying information .... Oct 10th 65 2 "Tho Crystal Palace" was re-opened on Saturday.The Isaac Swart, for funds advanced in tho casa of the present Term., and if applied for early,2,000,0M to SOU0,000 feet Hue can alwuvs tw fi>. of the first qualitv and" ,

p t at" 8 1 'S. JOHN L. STEWART, Rl1'tmtlA. of timber can bo also purchased. low they intend to cU entirely for csaV- .
prices
S I: .. 17th steamer Jlfrom this place for Key Town Biggs & Co.,'was taken from the table II. E. Ostees
: W. 0. Simmons, Vessels drawing 14 feet water can load at the and can sell barr on that account We axe soV
YK.LOW FIVKR nr XLuucma.-We regret t ... ... 24th slat 2d 81 West, arrived at the latter port on the 16th nit and after a discussion thereon, it was passed and Matthew Stewart, A. J. Vaughn' Mill, and the river furnishing on inexhaustible receiving and opening a I large andweUstiert** t

lean (says the Charleston Stanford, of the e 4 .Si ordered to be paid. Jon. C.St.ewart Charles Griffith, supply of timber, affords a most advantageous situation stock of.Groceries and Provisions direct from Se (

t th yellow fever b made ite appearance Total for eleven weeks, OC7 COO Tho majority! against a prohibitory liquor law, A bill of J. )[. Pons for drayage, Aa, being' John P. Craig, James Yates, for one wishing to engage in the Lumber York, to which we Invite the attention of all _.
in and that tw detb b O at tho late election in i i. Campbell Laskitor, Aaron Jernigan, llu8. I). L. CLINCH. need articles iu that (
The Jbfmllic of the 2d confirmsthe Pennsylvania 5,163. presented was, on motion by Councilman Call, line.MILLER
I( there o Saturday. ad ). !. more fully 'S. referred Jacob Smith, Hampton Hunter, I Jefferaonton, November 3,1824. & McCOTS.,

Ct. .e other oases are under t. cpc of the disease.It The vessels sent in searh of the Arcltfi boats to a committee consisting of Councilman, John C. Houston, Virgil DnponC JacssocvftL. October Uth 1851. 2** .

le ,*," layt have returned to St Johns but have brought no Call, Acosta and Cole. By request of the Grand Jury, these eftments'were QUARANTINE or no QUARANTINE' .Farui.For (

DAH.T BKTOBTS OJ ISTIEMKXTS DISOOKTIHCBD. The petition of Thomas McMillan, with regardto ordered to be published and tha& the Clerk Low Cash Sale. r.
I Uann TVASHnroto*.-Daring the year end There but tidings of them. Quick Sales at Prices is .the
of June were two interments yesterday-one ft fire proof building ordinance being presented do furnish one of the Jacksonville papers with '. iWordt. flf Probate 1 will der
ing on 18M, tbe total number who died and the other infant .5- a i order of the Jlge t
negro Dropsy, BY
deaths was 1,115, while fur the year thereafter it of tpasms. It now being an give the, fIn Montgomery, there were but three deathson was laid on the table, and Mr. McMillan unanimously copy of tho same. The Giant's' Big Hat consumed byfae! for wile to.the highest bidder, in the lon'

.1,409. Estimating the present population ofWashington daily report of interments unnt t exists the 27th ultimo-a considerable decrease from directed to be notified that provisions of A true' extract from the Minutes : But. of Newnansville. Florida, nn Monday the S7U )
at sixty, tnd. we have one death have been ARTHUR GISN, CUrLgTTho : we .con, not/r./ % equip the Giant November next a tract of land containing abort t
among they This dates. said ordinance -
to every fifty & course of the W dilntinue. previous must be complied with. with 240 comprising the farm and residents
year. afford the .. llattCoaft Pflntst .and acres
No in the Ui plOurc a Olliua 8 warrants 0- By Councilman and unanimously 'late' of -\Iacl1ua coot
city probably,enjoys better general 'Williams henry C. Wilson, '',
Unin be said mail which left
it city may now to enjoy its the ; Apalachicola on the Boots! ttaa,la
health, of Washington.CoBDunoi health disease t1rThe Agency of Marine Bank at Macon passed: tv. The above is mostly excellent line.
t
I., a.tnw be of aud-no brought save about catarrhs by thai was relieved last week of (10,000, by the defalcation WmsBiAs The Governor of the State of Florida 24th July lost for New York containing a pack- MEN OF ALL SIZES CAN..BE.APPARELLEPAT eluding some 23 or 30 acres of gnod bamwOCkedlies Of JXewnausrillt.
thel '
c
mile of the towS
r HIGH N. T. tech age of thirty-mne letters to reach its desti within three-fourths of a
failed :
Journal of OIa.418 lnve says Pala.-Te .( weather 1ual. produce such 1 of Samuel D. Scovil, a book keeper 'in has set apart Thursday the 23d of November 1 nation. The Postmaster;at -MODE'S' I awl is a healthy location. iw (

dubbing! together in that city in prnt fie a- the institution. Robert Slsppy and Ileywooc next as a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer I Apalachicola requestsall THE SHELVES 70 acres *>f the tract is cleared (mostly DeW')laid- C
GROANING
to supply: themselves DUI that they tn.I Savannah Benevolent Association. Hughes are his securities for 17,000. throughout the State And tohennu.) 'The town persons who sent letters by that mail containing BENEATH FALL under fence. Terms made known on the.II at'si .
wth ,
may avoid being fleeced pt& ; articles of value furnish him with the address SUPPLIES,OP CLOTHING !U) : !Je. LEJl'L WIlSON; I

I ,, Potatoes that can bought in MaiwarhiiertU rpeculatora At a meeting of the Savannah Bneolet.s .5. of Jacksonville has been signally blessed duringthe of the same that' he make -'S.- .' Oct,26-t. Adminstotor. 1
at a
for b held at the Exchange on The Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge present summer entirely exempt may inquiry. Come All,and He Cladt 1t
85 or 40 bushel sell New citOl intbeing :
the
dead letter
I Yo fur five time ct&IUm i ult, the following preamble uiid resolutions of Georgia opened in Macon on Tuesday the 81sult t from, the visitation of-that dreadful scourge office. .- J MODE & .BIi: agiiin beg leave'to callS For _Sale. -

.- were offered paused by Cal't J. W. Audchn. and M. W. G. M. Wm. C. Damwn presiding. which baa desolated our slater cities. .on the Atlantic In New Orleans for the.+< week ending. October public attention ta" the,immense stock'of 1; subscriber wishing sell his propert1.Jat

WM Edward united Z.0.Judson.few ai"Ne Buntjne who unanimously.Whereas uo death: from yellow fever his occurred Vs .5' with on ; Be it, therefore 80th( there,were 243, interments, including ,107, DRY G06pS, QLOTHING,, &c... TIlE' town, of Jacksonville (only. r55T'1' c

:' hooting a cetored a dYI li has Ie.been for for the peat four days, and as for a this Fredericksburg evening ,the 24th, was ult lighted for the first time.gas Euoloed That His Honor, the Intendant, be requested from yellow fever., I II.e which they have now opened., Their stock is',just, two lots and office,) offers his dwelling hoa stable**,,*-**?*' )
; mn Fr. Association ascertain there u Tuesday consists' eight rooms four fire places, kitchen,
itled can not ft case of imported, and .
oq the ground that he committed to to issue his Proclamation all -
urging
upon carriage house bathing hoses*.Ac, bD *** 8
in
tea the ,
scourge city. The body of Governor BTOT,Nebraska,arrival Every variety of Dry Goods &Clihi g; *
i Be it therefore That we believe'it safe Lanai NUMBERS or MACHINISTS and other Mochan the inhabitants of this town the strict observanceof at St Louis in ncr of Newnan-and For trectA. Adjoin (

Hamnu- I.-I and prDent and BUD our absent fellow citi. ics, are said to be going from Boston to Cuba. said day aa a day of han giving and prayer, acting Gov. CyMixa charge, to of accompany a committee them appointed to South by Cotton, Among and.this Woollen stock,we name Goods w,part-of fine qualities: ; a Lot,wih{ two dwellings and .Improvement aeetion*. -*.. t
Dry beaatiful
2. Oct. 28 tons the ir home aud t Also two vacant Lots, in ft
POLCcrd t retu thc biue' .5pFresidentPiercobas'been and requesting the merchants and others to close Carolina. This committee consists of CoL W. IL; Do. do. do. coarse do. said town.

bated tortpTernor/ Asa Fowler, of Cncr" nom for. I Savannah, 31st Oet, 16M C. S Se.. in ill health far sometime their, stores and other places' of business on said. .. II HOWARD:Doa, New E"York., and;Maj.CoL WM 11. GBUKB:R Joxra Ohio,of Souths JAMBS Coarse and fine shirtings and sheeting- ;. Also a two-horse buggy -.u

Sfft".014 Ln*democrat and the > of but the. .Union says is. now considerably improved. day. ClU'Olina.a ,' T StockTcrtVatt Suspended.5; Gloves"" iTbe above.prop.rty can beexamined "T.PrT.'
: Collars
% .oP. Hale addressed the coa- Board of Health. On motion of Councilman Cole Council tleni4journed. -_'. ; '- .cReadymade chasers and will be sold oa *nch terms.*** 1
: Hats Caps, Boois, and Shoes -
Tentioa.PnrjttTtrAvti. _ oat R a good investment '
ee. of all .
Clothing fOr persons Isijes. t
J", At the regular well meeting of tho Savannah CoTTOjf.-While cotton is on the rise in Charleston Attest-E. GORDOX, ask 0YOUIIO. win or.. ,. '..,- 0' And .variety ef faney articles"'for ladles, gentle- Tier further puticallr..appw. '.to'LLANo.;: '

$ EixcnoKv-Tbe ofc vote for Board (fhct bd ) the following resolutions and Savannah it looking up in Ocala Mr. .. A'Boat r 'often Monday iixt in awn, children and servants., *, ; 25th 1354. i oUd a

OND.Pollock, .. 8; Bigler, ; B. A:CAKTIR disposed of his last yearns crop to .' front of our city starting'point[ at St Marks fort All to be had cheap for cash at the,new. store .ontheburutaite'stilikflOwflaa' Jacbonvi11btil m' I
; C Ip 7.9tl.Th .ukt That as no epidemic prevails in this Mr. NASH of this place at tho round price OI27Xcents. Pr eJaJnaUOJl. 'T and winning point opposite St Francis Barracks : r.
maloritf furBlack dam time, itwfllbepcrfectlfiafijforonaabsent IStsm.UILLasOOITGE The boats entered are the Chud,'owned by Mr. fc ; 5rorSaie.A .
.-ITvrral/ur Ofialq HURSDAY, the 23d .dayof,November Instant THE POPULAR CLOTHING STORE OP
fcllow-citisens T
to home.Jbeoleed. .
return B/CanAva and the JUnd Mr.'P. Gomes. p
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bavug'bocn set His Excel Duva1ounty; :
'IJ __ __ That apart by MODE'&BRO..ilav PLACE in
the Editors of 0 city oancrs ha The .ilTet" cap 0,be'..arded to the-snccesaju 1 _, (1. : '
the
Governor of I .
lency the. State nfTlor1dsis'day '
_ i4 rcuWy of the Medical College of Georgia directed discontinue the publication of t! rc C.urp.Munll'o.-Tho first meeting of ,.PubUc Thanksgiving- artd,Praise and-, party lued t'IIn hundred dollars. IW e expect )Se4 ktovSUZ:**& toeiur of fay -ymd three mite art aue..1rit1l..pn4 a Wf we-of'llfiek liilJe9.elaJar1\ Cpnaitafrsmeb

s. that lutions adopted by this Board on the Ot of this character ever held in this county eon> whereas, thc citizens of the town of Jacksonville; to lee quite art interesting spectacle not only-in the Dra ,8tf;, Saeanvah (? NOT 2.-Jm otlaPt olt.lMdl4lapTII.. place ceeW" -
and
to ., #
'L UDOt the I am pe meuced on the 12th and closed on tbe 17th alt.It .- have more than for I inulOUlarexertioz1 of the rowers. but also in-.th. ,- ,:'" > teneecl laRd WiLlI 100 letM 11I.101I11"! to the lrId f
l eonmnnfir ed, and pLJ.That the foregoing resolutions be pub resulted in the conversIon of about fifty persons, to God ordinary for cause being grateful I crowds'of the fair sex who will line the wharf,and ,- --, at whkfc U food tI..llerlclland. 7Xlybef ..'

,t a Lector Boarding I fullynadyforu. Stdents the l b t city, and will form a green spot in the memory of at Almighty of that dreaded, sparing which thcmTrom baa but th4 rava-i_;i. wall to witness the contest, and encourage by To!the' Old Settler* of I1ir1di.JULIUS OC addzeus 1IING111. lbs Poet (1Ice..01' .1'1"> .

'-' Moodsy,th* Wh b oi., ut &and pap Chairman of 1[. J. Bueno who Tampa attended Ilsratd.it with pure- and--'proper- motives' < > .. gee east A gloom--over scourge lo-mmy of our neighboringcities recently I. their Oil presence. the 'contending. .i.V .ltId4CMM. .. E1.: ''MEIERti, late 'bt the N.- Qd..lt-Clul WILLlAIISJ' .y." ,"-!_AAJMIV"BuDdmfLots. '_ -_. I
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-' Dd t and town on the Atlantic coast "I a Office.M Pension Office;Wiibin- -
4. '1'.X a i.. T. Lawrence Secretary.Bsrannab '4- I. ,7.; > ---r--:::: 4' r
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Therefore.I; F. C. DARUTT, Intendant of, tho tnfte Do 0.will attend pIIIr te all elai.under 11M / "
_. or vii Kxo\r: VorantOL -.The Nov. 2, 18M. Cot. Wiixuk DMA..We are deeply pained at town of.Jacksonville by and with the advice and I r NwYo Markets-Ifov. I.. Florida Armed Occupation Act or 1841 and I84H. >P.r. JIIbaTbfi1 .: r
I of Nothings of the State The the of this death., We ,- I I &low resolntionsoftheBoord of Health of the llth intelligence gentleman's consent of Uu.Comm ,CoJiqciLi do issue this my;: F orJ.oBo ,
of J.vYork, )* in learn through a private letter to a friend that be 'proclamation requesting tho' Cotton ft ftmi io.d1i'F1 'ha declined frot bovine complied with the.rqoimient thereof, have : pp1yIoes7ijenALB'cci
eibcen
I which' t.r their nomination mkt St om October, above referred t wae persons again' died at residence of his father, Col. B. M.DelL of the said earnestly town to abstain from their good Honkl- 85 to87>tf cents tfbbL i,LAM> higher and quote not received PATENTS fbi these lands can nave Bum. Baker.Teb2. .' .''."JA '
cer* nude, and Mr. returning Savannah period nudes''the at from 9 cents Jfw CORD is dull Obuloed or attended laby the IIIbltriber.) .l "V ,'
KV>
t & & t near Newnansville. nthe 5I2d.ult. f.Deep ,and'poign.nt vocation on the aforesaid.Ud"c2ibwviriiaiantsndnniteiniteprcperobservancs! X Bw Also '1Mm. vrostctttod for PeMloiia 1tOUnt Liii ,,' i
candidate fee Oorernor, i f and beliefthatan abatement of tha'disease rendered a must be the grief of bereft relatives an< with' declining tendency- and commands from nasonaiil *.,.. .
::1 .A .,- ,- Scrip&Seek.,",*.<,en ito m n urn ; : .To'Hire.SERVANT "
Pt They, a friends at the loss ofon. lOXQIOJtf t eentai? ,Jb.IoSp toH>f:Tcwrornnr '
I all mQk 't return safe so noble upright( Given under mjrBand and tha Corporate Seal r lirHIliCII. ?
.pp& was worth from 61@31 cenTlooir ta, HeawLcwtsCaatVoted Stale '.lteJ. .-" A GIRL.. pnetaasw 10 t
.s. manly, in character;and deportment" and one So [L. e,3] of Jacksonville this lit'' day'of Kvem-o ; -- '
IbsnOJjr.and to remit U to thorn immedUWyl and well worthy their love and admiration; :We sinoercly .ber.D,1854. ... Ie, "am..OIMI r" ,Mr. ..:' -' "" 22.*.itreas and rood howierTBfcVM. "
dfttm Lace not born in has I 'aLis It 11osiJoeWiaonVena0enirILsad; uu..11.AcWfMI r.1QOIIth..A at.th.R pjJbhc**,Offl'' .
was .
I tobfidlCWsLbthisIdofamwtbon.iddc1lsrrrytbs8tat. I Cspt. band p 1. ,
Aleuoda a .sympathise with bis numerous relatives and a' P. C. BARRETT, 1nfenddl. was wiling per wholesale, at ,n/LIUS J.I'E1EI&' "T *
.. ben slated,but in Rochester, H friends who.mourn:his \a&JlrfrJl "_ J.Uata .Ooanc-kf OnIllCiCj(' 'r.alj. h.w Orleans, on the 33th ult *-"'3i-. '. Oelobo'.r lJ..1a.pal','.. ",, Wu qaaa,P.C. 'Oct'1Zdt.









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Court; in. opinion/did well, and J eJ\SliVillemUy. NEW GOODS. J!, .- ;'rOP .ifj.tjJtg.1: 1 ., tl"tnaa7 m .;\ "D'. For If ew York or Ulelpldl/
Pensacola are > CARRYING THE UNrTED$TAT
carntlr -- MAIL.
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: The papers evinced & good degree of moral.courage AKB .. NEW GOODS. "- 7UuJACWOWVIUX, FLA. .
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advocating! the "annexation" in its dec .on. -Exchange. BLiCHLTIE! WOBK8.THE *. HantaUtm For Sale., i Ml I f'AJII4"Y' k Seaiah :
Subscriber has fast', Bad is con HEREBY'offer fcr IaIe1be' I
THE known J. '
r plantation F. SandersonATTOEXEY TJ-ML
the State of Alabama.T I : SteainsMp
I Stilt place to > i sub having made extensive and receiving'a large supply of L by the name ot SAN JOSE wUch baa been fur ,

tTnrobable that the ensuing ',ses- Doctor-A man vho'kilJa yon today improvements in thcire.tah'li."meut Dry Goods and Groceries,Beady- the last bar years cultivated by me. It baa located AND COCKSELLOU AT UW,
., it a good dwellineon,eand out buildiJ D cDU1&D n .. GH156s> OF BCUEUCLC it .
tegtalature will to save from : upon | "
areiMTwpwmreatoInrniab--
t the Florida you 'dying'tomor. made ClothingBootaand shoes with excellent well Jacbo Tb. AUanttoAUGranr Baflroad soasect.
ion of Steam'Engines: uf from an of water. The number rille &IT,1850. It at
take some action any requiredpower. of land 55> which is cleared East Point with the MA oa A W.. arau .
npon to :.1 in 100 Hats Bonnets,Ribbons &c. acres w < hammock; -
caI1ed bone ,
Pensacola row.CriticA l some timber:.There is an George W. Can Throvich from Montpxnery tofh MnHh to 30 how
orange containing
SawMills grove
I JJoTthis! subject. The large dog, that goes unchained Mills; Among the nanr articles BUT b*firnnd PKI5TS. from four to five hundred trees. ,. x>araQ instant discusses and barks Sugar ; LAWNS,' JACKTOXET3. 'MUSLIMS. GINGHAMS Montgomery at 800P.M. EartPoiatUSJO A.)
federal.ofthe 12th at every thing he Horse The plantation ia situated about seven miles FLA. .
Powers; Plain and Figured BEKAGES, SILK gut Tom at 8,45A.M. 1l.s.ao P. K.
I 1e : does not comprehend. Grist Mills and all other machinery used in above Jacksonville bY water; five by Und and is
I in the following sty TISSUES, Plain Swiss Striped and Barred MCSLINS. immediately the east bank of the St.Johns mr31B. Matenat **>P-M-8 Mnshat 1M.M.
It t otbinJ but its isolation fromer A Man: of Talents .An impertinent Irnn thin and country Brass Castings._ } Black SILKS Colored Drew SILKS Lining easily Accessible upon, and in view of the steamboats, BL PEAESCTJ, Far a from. Moatomeey to West FOIr $ IIU

prominent points m the State scoundrel, who thrusts himself CSfRtenmboBt, Saw Mill, and other repairing, Embroidered bILKS Swiss Dotted Shawls SWISS, Plain Ac.;and Crape Emb'd-Shawls L.C.i i pII'ISID I would m ai the"river.sell with the eleven ATrO2NET AND COUKSELLOB AT LAW, M 'westPuintt.LutPeiat EsatPoattt*Savannah. I. plnec.
this from forward writer at short notice. Hdkfs Emb'd Collars Cbcmisetta. Underslecvea 1 nogmw, 5llU1eotn' e This Line consist of tW wall u..a
tl Florida, prevents city ; a of execrable poetry C57 AIl ninchinery; purchased from ns will be Lace, Hosiery, Gloves, Bonnets Ribbons Ac. Ac. large and small ; fourteen head of horse, seventy- Will attend to the transaction of ." in the Steamihrpa ftrstciMd-
mingonc ofthe first sea ports in I ; a person without modesty ; a put in operation in any part of the State, by competent five would head of like stock cattle and hojrg; and if any per- Supreme and Circuit Courts fjr the Ea tern STATE OF OtOKGU.- a

the.United States. We seem to be' noisy fellow,; a speech maker. able k machinists, when desired,and upon retuwnDrnwiugs Ready-made Clothing: wm chase"the now to growing purchase crop shortly, consisting they can of nnr-SO jnly! *. and Southern Districts of Florida. 1, :3rt; -ton, Capt J.J. !JKKEYSTOSC '; '
STATE
from the East, South, Virtue-An awkward habit of and estimates furnished acres of corn, 5 acre of (sane potatoes .:-the ..
cicely acting withoutchargo. .
of A large selection of Ready-made Clothing, of crop all in prosperous condition. ; Jos. McRobert Baker, 1. M tons Copt.Roust lUutnt

I Si Jfiddlc Florida, and the rcsiTjjts differently from other i>eoplp.A .- MOONEY GOOKIX superior make and cut. For terms of sale,apply to the subscriber who' JACKSONVILLE In ", spcvd. and afeommodalfcn dies i
do not to Drap d'Ete Coats and Punts henry LmenCtiati" can be found through application st the ships are unsnrpessed. if eqaallvd by
Of tho c sections seem vulgar word-It creates great Founders and Machiuiits. Republican !- ATTOKN-EY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ; any
.. fine Mjrstillcs Vests col'daM
I Pant*. ; rcrv office. on the coast. River navigation,100 .
tare any svmpathy with us. It will mirth in fashionable circles. J"C OIII-IU.E, January 1, 14o4. 6m white; Shirts, Collars, Cravut. Ac. The subscriber desires to s4-, thnt hu soV {,bed SOLICiTOR IN CIIANCEBY. miles. Two ghte! at sea.aUUXa .-

I two or three weeks Heart-A rare article sometimes Gentlemen wishing good:"ClothiBg will do wtll in sclLnp k because of hitlwwh to retirw from AUtO ATS BTTCT WKCXfciBAT TWOt IACB rote. ,-
I 1ic pcra, \vcnturc, FLORIDAIRO&VWORIA. to c l. The public in general arc solicited to call planting, end not on account"jf any illprospectsof ci1tr7&mtrn4ssiuni.rfor 3iil AnD'
ICfore"c can hear the result of the found in human beings. It is goon, and examine Goods and Prices which will be sold the Plantation he offers for *I Je.WM tile Atlantic omt ifvlf AjtM.1ST InS-vannah. C A. L. .\:. ,:
I from South and East however destroyed by commerce TOT-low for cash and au3 only at T.O.HOLMES' O. CiRISTOPITER, Office i in the Court Rouse, basement story Caner Drarton and Brra BintSa_ sIn
election next door Probate Office.
late BLOCK Jea Jacksonflle. Duval Co. FU. "23-11 Phawlelphia, UUtOS MA&TLX 4
then the news must with the world oV else becomes *' J.ck.ioll.ille.L.
fatalto
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Torida, and 'v.mOOR A CO. J ACK O .YtLLE. FA, B. AMEKMAX.JACTSOKTILLI F. S7K Korth Whsrv.In .
C.
BARRETT
tho way of Savannah.I its possessor. R. ore how prepared to execute promptly orders April So, 1854. FOB SAf E. N.Tart SIC1CIT05 TALLXAX,, ,-
owe br for : NOTARY rUBble, 19 Old Slip.lUlU foot of WallS.
I ti uth is more and more conclu- Cigar A slender, yellow speckled A TRACT OF LAND, lying: in the county or Commissioner for taking Acknowledgment "STATE 07 GEORGIA will' bar Savannah!

i ''rrk ttortravcd that this city and tube, formed of the dried and folded Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Calvin Oak & Son, Lake Alitchna on mile the uVs* side of !'&' of Iteedn, July 13th and 14th. I October. ,4th and 14th.-
r. about one from Payne's Prairie, and And other Instruments Writing, to be used in August Wh sad t3d, \j November ls t.l5th,$ h-
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the State leaves Mills and Pan Grist Mills
to of wonderful discovered Horse Manufacturers and DealersWOULD The
'should twelve miles from
btr,.,.r appertain a plant, Micanopvi tract contain the States of September 6th and**h, I Downer 15th and 37th."KEVSTO5E '- -

rf AW ma. and Florida would lose by Raleigh. When woman turns Powers, Iron and Brass Casting, :30 1.235 acres acres more about nearly 100 prepared acre aider planting.cultivation and KEW YORK AXD P.E. SSYLT'ANI.\. STATE" will lear Saramaht,

bv its cession, but PensacolaHOllllUL false, and men selfish when your and every raricty of Slachincry. Ca tmp, Furring FIiOI1L! About 400 acres of the tract u good hammock, Jacksonville Florida. ocU-tf July 19th I I Hcmsnher 8th and d.
and likckhinith Work,Saw Mill Steamboat &&II &C. and the greatest portion of th"balance i ill excellent Aug. Sd. 16th and 8utb I[Duecmbt-r Cth aDd$Qth,'
would] lie ten thousand fold thegamrt. creditor duns you like a fiend, and and other n-jKiinng. pine land mixed with hickor.f wth. This land j. ii. n. Otn Septernb'r ISlh and 27th I Janurr tdlSS&.'.

The natural boundary of the your debtor takes the act-when the They will continue the manufacture: and Vwn JacksoJlrille PIal ii well adapted to raise corn f itton, and cane, and X7oOaaa7JACKSONVILLE.tPwt lttD1iI October 11th and 13th. ) v ;

of Alabama and Florida is the future looks dark and the con"tantiv (m hand tI..irlriety of PLOWS, is a most desirable plantation/to/ any perron having; FLA. I H.C. adOTT.Traveling Afi est:
FtatC5 present TIMBER CARTS, CHAINS, Ac., U, which: tht-y inform the public that they are ,- a ouilicient force to bring it i ito cultivation. The El>Tlt *i> 'HIT.NE1" July 20th, 185ig L
fhoctawhatchic Hirer which would tll'cary--l, the fragrance of this lit re"I''c'lfllll.iU'I'ih! lutrnDa j 'I1- ti> mann ture ut blioil notice; any district i is healthy the year ruled,and the drinking Commissioned and legUIy nnalified, on U. S. Mail Line.
counties of Escambia, santa tIc instrument extracted of kind of RIFLE or other CUX in a style um.ur- water excellent. f
the by means Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for
rive DHMted by makers. They keep cnn-.ui.tlv t>n There are some ronif.trta'e! ,ltt-ellinj houses,
The any y Duvni
Rosa and Watlou to Alabama ; but lire, you arc for a brief period) rendered Springfield Mills: Land at their nianuftctory.." Guns, l'i>l il-. and a gin bonce end stable son the place. May be f mn
assured that the citizens of insensible to every sorrow and Cimiprisir.jj; Powder Shot I/cad l'ereuion' (Uw, Flanks Shot The above will be bold I losr for nu h. For.ipv inquiry at the Republican CJIic :
.,\ we arc Pouchee and Belts, Elastic Gun; Waddinor and other further details('F iufclnn:1tio1write to Mr. J. 1 iJ.McKiulay .
Tcnsacola would vole unanimously lulled into dreams more entertaining Steam Saw Mill-Corn Mill-Lath, Sportsman's articles. Together with liowie ,JacLsouville, i'la., or to me, at Mic.tuopy jnnelO .tim On and after March 1Mb. th. DeW end apleod.it,

to accept the Ulack Water River as than those of deep sleep. Shingle, and Plaiting Machines, Knives of and other Dirks article of, too every numerous description to mention.and a variety E. F. IJOHi R. 8A 'JERS. NJJITII A ll.\DFOHD. side-wheel Florida sleanuhips 1'00 tons. C p.V.S.WoodhmlJ'

the boundary Itne, and relinquish all --- .-. LOCATED are prepared AT THE to EAST executa END orders OF THE for CITr.. {: "Rifles, Shot Guns and l'Pistols repaired andwarranted. September 7th, 18 4. tf* ATTOEJCEYS AT LAW; JLVD Ahhiuna. 1,3410 tona. Capt O.L Schenck_ !

their tlarc of the School Fund lands ShcrifPs Sale. I Lumber Shingles and Laths nvl7-6m a- Solicitors in Chancery, Knoxville Augusta, 1.5'-11)1..VX1 ton tons. CapCT.Lyoa CapL C.LX LudW., i

to the State of Florida, provided B Y virtue oran execution i issued out or and nn- at jmodtrate prices dcli"erab\e\ rn their whdr! for Valuable Sea Island Gotton and Corn ALUGATOB AND NEWNANSVILLE FLA, will leave; Sew York and Savannah every WedM
tier the seal of the Circuit Court of the Eastern FashionableBOOIe'Iakino.
shipment, or on the t s-trtit for City Ute. Land for Will attend to an business entrustedto day and Saturday.
1ht Alabama would agree to the arrsnjrraicnt -I Circuit Florida fur the county of Dnval and tale, promptly
in Civorof Kplestoii & Batted Terms CASH. them. These ships are the Urpwt OB the coast momr.
to und
me directed miles Abo.etbe Buz of St. John's river
Situated as we are, : npiinrt f'.f'ur Mooney, I have levied upon and Arplvta FOUR \ located on"he river. The tract M. WHIT. SMITH. H. BRADFORD. panned in speed, safety,or comfort,making theirpoamge
seithcr our own State, or the one t-hall offer fur sale to the highest bidder, at the E. A. DrCOTTCS t epreru JIC8. TIlE Subscriber would inform the Public that embraces seven'hundred and fifty acres five hundred Office at AlI jtator. Office at ewuanvdle. in Co to 60 boars and are commanded by .
to take interest : court-hon door in the town of Jacksonville, on N. B.-Corn ground on toll jtt coy hour of the "gone through the fire," he can be of it, or nearly so, first rate hammock hind fcb2-1, skilful, careful and polite officers. They offer a
adjoining, seems any the lirs >Iondar of December next between the cIa 1'. f.mnd at his shop, at present located on the burnt and in it* original state with the exception of most desirable conveyance to New T.
in our fate, and the finest seaportJVrath hours.f 12 o'clock M. and 9. o'cWfc P. M. of that Jacksonville,July 6th,1S.>4. district on Fon>yth street, where he will continue about eighty acres cleared and well adapted for a CLAUDE KT WART, Cabin passage, t2S.PADELFORD.. .

of the Chespeake is in a normal day the mterwt of the Raid George Mooney in aLt to manufacture to orderGentlemen's crop the ensuing season. Steamers necessarily .OOwt1fr7 siO Ua3XEWXAS3VILLE 1iI FAY co.
in Savannah.
fir hits of land and the improvements thereon TIIO4. 3. IIKXfIIJrK4. JA11KS U. ClJESII.TO Boots of first quality, pass within fifty yards of the place, in ascending FLA. Agents
state. :and we fear will continue in the of Jacksonville & the river. On the there is angS-tf SAMUEL LT MITCHELL
town Knim n as Mooney PLAmH AND IIffI1IIEIIMEL as well as execute repairing in '. He flatters premises a very supenor U Broad.iew York.
das until some decided movement is Go)l.in's Iron Works, or Foundry aud Machine hinuldf that the general eatistiction helms given three-story mansion house, with a basement of James IL Daker nlTy
the Shop :., to sit':>fy Miid execution a aint aid lIE UndiTS'jrned hdviiijr forniwl a while following the bnsinecs in Augustine, as nine feet. Location,Health Water, and all other I CHABLESTOU and FLOEIDATJ.
made to change Its condition by Moonev-the property, pointod out bv the said de T p for tha purpose of tnuwactin copartnerfch a \t ell ii* since his residence here, will entitle him to natural advantage not to be surpttused. Titles ATTOttSET AT LAW,
assistance of Alalicma. Situated asTC fendant. UIllAII BOWDCX.fifrf ) GENERAL MERCANTILE BUSINESS AT the patronage of those who wuh a well-fitting good and terms accommodating. Apply-to Ton- Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. S. Mail Steamers -
blame the l.Htta.1 ivunt.u.J MAGNOLIA E. F., lioot made out of the best materiaL lie will endeavor no, Pii.ckney, & Co.Charleston, S. C.; A. T. Bra-
arc now, we cannot Jackon11le :Sin October, 1s4. nv2-td would respectfully. MIl the attention of all who are to jierfunn his work with every degree of, hum, Palatka; Cupt. Coxetter, steamer. Carolina; RICHAKn T. BIBCHETT. CHAS. T. DOWEISO.BIRCILETT .- Carolina
VolJilialls for oncratins against us desirous uf promptness' aud fidelity. or to the owner, on the place.D. ::; LED
-------- --- purchasing cliwiply, to their large uudwellsclcctod & DOWSING, .
for.cities as well as individuals must B Y virlne of nnthor'.ty: rested in me by law, I tfb,ck, consisting: in pert ja2.-f.m CHAULIS POETTIXO. HOPKINS. :; _- Florida
1 shall offjr for sale. before the Court IIou- Groceries YBYJI Mill 1' On ATTTORSEYS AT LAW AND AGENTS
Dry GtMtdn Quecnswaro
take care themselves, and the Ala- door, iu th town uf Jacksonville on the first llafc, Caps, CrockervaBdGldasware! William Grothe St. John's Biuff, F. F.,September 7, 1S.4. FOR CLAIMS, THROUGH TO PALATKJUS MroMHOUBS

lamians cannot at present have any Monday November nest within the I lepil I htmr, Boot*and Shoes, Dntg' Medicines, (News, Jackonville; Southern Sun Ocala; will WJSHWGTQJT CITY.Will
of wile, the following; property, to wit }'ort.4. )1. I In'n, Nails Paint, Oils WATCHmAKER AND JEWELLER; : publish until forbid,and send bills to this office.) The CAROLINA wiU leave Charleston every
particular interest or sympathy with of land situatuu ilic east side of the St.Jolm's )21-f give prompt attention to the prosecntion of
ncrc-s% : on Hardware and Cutlery, AVind- Gla!. II Saturday at 3 f.it. Returning will leave Palatk
river bi-tween the two Mill creeks, known (In the Room adjoining the Post Office) claims fur Bounty Land Extra Pay, Back Pay
,
us Floridians, resident at Pensacola. Particular attention j'rd to the Provision I5n incHM. i- several every Monday at 7 A.U.; Picolata 10A.JL; and
r.s the Bonthuast quarter of the southwest qu.irter Hay, Corn, Mess Pork 1"lonr, Bacon, Fish VINO returned from Europe n'aintbegs Heddf's Point For Sale. Pensions, Ao, before Congress and the Jacksonville Tuesday,at 3 A. M. .*-
But if we were the gulf city audM I I <>ft ctiou ttcAen (C7,i tuwniihip two (t,1! )! sonth of I Mol.iRsw, Sugar, constantly on Loud in large fLSL have to offer lus services to hi sold friends and of the most beautiful and without doubt Departments. All business entrusted to) their care The FLORIDA will leave Charleston evervTne
}port of Alabama, all cau c'of opposition range twenty-oipht ((2l east bounded 1 on the quantities. the piAHc generally. With his experience fr the ONE places on the river; being immediately will be speedily and faithfully attended to. day at 8 P. M. Returning, will leave 1'J&latb

removed and Mobile north by land of John Bmward. Sa.d proj"rfy I Produce of all Vin>hopes on it, and perfectly open to the sea breeze; REFBBWCES. Thursday 10 o'clock, A. M": Black Creek S P.Jt;
would be ties been kvit-U on as the property.>f Daiu Iloldif, All i.iv uiv.tt-d to cull before making parchasc to give entire satisfaction to thooc who wish to.vs having a river front of more than two miles.A Hon.J. Morton U. S. Senator. Jacksonville, Friday 4 o'clock A..iL
connected with us by a railroad to i>atnfr: throe cxccutioLo issui-d from a jitetice't e1'cnI.ere. their woik done in a workmanlike manner. good dwelling house and kitchen, gin house 41 S. R. Mallory, U. S. Senator. These trips will I be regularly kept op except in

vonld] he fortress to sustainnd cimrt of Dnvsil county, in for of David Turner, J.. 11.-A large assortment of.Xegro Goods, such p5V tches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at and new pin, corn house, stable, negro hou <, &. A.E. Maxwell H. of Representatives. cases when either steamer may be temporarily
a strong thib October: aiM, IT i.JAilES. as KeTseyb, Blankets,&. the shortest notice. flr2Sy all well built and i in good order; Toy acres of II mi- E. C. Cabell. Florida withdrawn for overhauling; in which eases d. c
. build us up as a place of export, VIXZANT Coastible. _j j. >v llFDr.JCKS.ClIES.'t mock land now,cleared and well fenced; about O. Yale, Esq.,San Francisco CaL votice will be given.
attentionto n-r.J IOU more of Hammock yet uncleared from whichat T. IL Dnval, Exq., Austin, Texas. These steamers connect with all the Interior
while she could turn her The Atlantic Charles De Waal, least 1,000 cords of oak wood could be cut, not Messrs. Smallwood Anderson & Co,N.York. Stages of East Florida,and connect both ways with
extensive manufactories, as Columbus B Y virtue of authority in me rested by law, I over one-quarter a mile to haul; 150 or 200 acres Brodie& I'ettis New York. the Sew York &teI1miIhCaroIiDa railroads and
.
will expose for sale at public outcry Iu front UCTIONEER. J. G. k J. A. Camp, Sanduiky.Ohio. Wilmington roads.tSTPaBsage .
of tolerable fair Pine land. A few horses, cattle
other cities of Georgia nAiL t G WORKS
and
) Linisf in Jacksonville Uuvul m23-tf
of the N.Y.
court County. and hogs,would be sold with the place if desired.A Holbrook & Nelson. from Charleston to Jaduonrille,$
doing and who look Savan- Florida uu the Crtt iloud-iy! uf December next, AXOFoundry from Charleston to Pahuka tlO.
arc i
upon JACKSOnVILLE E. F.6ALEs good strong lighter, 40 by 11 feet will be sold
[tab as their shipping port. following Eightitn property of ,laud to Hit: less lIitnlL-.ed in of the attended to with or without the place. & Planters For farther particulars amry to
acres wore or stir part County For particulars enquire of G. CGibbs at the Farmers J. W. CALDWELL ChariesttauBELLECHASSE
We sincerely hope that our friendsin in Duval collDhF"rida, dehcribud an follows, tu II LNtFaCTrUS and respectfully solicited.Goodd Agency of the Planters Bank Foirficld, Jackson A FLYXEQAJf.Jaekaoavius.
the of State will wit: Lot three and four (3 and 4))of section eleven, Wen Known Composite Iron Railing, sent to the subscriber on commission, villa or of the ucdursicmed.p2l Attention >
Legislature our of township two, of range twenty-nix south andti't thor for private or auction Jumoxal l, will be quickly CI1AS. J. XAC '. thief R. g. RHP PalatbuOPPOSmOH
tote up this subject the ensuing win- ; levied on um the property of Edward ADrCuttni WHICH !i. BO called because composed of attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. Th Owners of poor and worn-out Lands,
;t r to sutihfv an Execution issued from a \ aud Cast Iron, connected with- Subscriber has been known in this community lora LEIXAU'SAmerican USE
ter, and urge the justice of the mea Juaticc'B Court in fa\"orof George Uurt. mt rfveU or joints, the ornaments and conneeti number of years Auctioneer and otherwise For Sale. use ---

sure with all their power, for it is a tcpia JUlES VL.'. tJu, lMe, D. CRy "r..< being melted around the wrought iron inineTailic lie offers no recommendations but desires that inquiries SB-THIRD of the Bnrlington steam saw-mitt Fertilizer. Carrying the U.S. Hail
laouKls, making each panel, as it were, should be made concerning l1iIw f of unj O gitnated at the junction of Doctor's Lake
maiUr! of justice, neither more or less. \.;rtu cf autlmrity; in me by law rested, IiH one SOlid! p'lfe; and avoiding all cm'ices whore rust commercial house at the place of his residence. and St. John's river twelve miles above Jackson At a rtvotator nfthe tfS i It Ian no < It lot I umnu

'., offer tir sale on the tirst Monday in Oc- peiierallv rnnmiencc It mar be made light like Since the fire he has located his fctpre on For rtl ville. The mill has recently been put in fine run 7e, itteunxely wed for fa put tkret yean it Palatka, Fla., and Savaanai, Ga.
I tobrr next, before the finirt House! door in the WIRE 'KAILIXG. or heavy lie CAST 1HOSKALLIXU. street on the burnt dl.strict,where his Auction business ning condition and the location is in every way Pemvalfiniit, JT P Jersey, Dtlat **, Maryland, (BESIDE AIL TOM war,)
LrpU rcropnfUon of JTormoiikm town of JacLdouville within the legal hours of This Klnpr: in unpqnnlled fi/r cheopnes. is also at present conducted, and where he dettirablc. There M belonging to the mill in the Vir:-ia,gail in the ManJ of BERMUDA and VIA PICOLATA BLACK CREEK. ANDJACKSONVILLEFLA.ANDST.MARY'3.
. as I'rolotaniKin iu Enlaud. I b.iK-, the llowinj pmjicrtr,to wit: .-,, rtrenjrtli and flurtbilitr, and is peculiarly keeps on hand on the most runvmnble terms. neighborhood of two hundrt4'acres of land (liD IIARBJDOf.Sf'rtAe (rrovtng of HTuat Cur, .
Known in the plan of said town as the west half uduj.ttd it> CeUicK-ry ., !-.e It never need }JULY GROCERIES AND PKO VISIONS, old fieldhieh answers well for a pasture for Pvtatnrt, Tuba G&>H,and OieXugar fanf.CAS BRUNSWICK, AND DARIEN GA.

Tic London Times of a late dale of lot >o. neveu, C.1 in equarc No. thirty-three, I ivp.iirs.AI'o. FOB C\aH A.NI CnrXTBY FBOIIUCE.jul5 stock; five dollar per acre has been fregnently UK 1LAD AT HALF TILE PRICE OF : *The teampaeket WELAtA,
(33,i lyit'R on Monroe street. Bimnded on the.>tl I A new style uf Farm Fence, at J.VpcrlSfeet C1IAULES I DE WAAL. f.'rP for it. There are also two comfortable G:.. ,it Jitare latting and will not hint the ttLOXIT P. N. .Knre leaves Pa-
| contains the details of the trial before l h y licndo onoii the west by Dbbleton: the south easily trausftorted and set, und very much I dwelling houses,-negro quarters blacksmith shop, $25 A TOS,or 2,240 IBS.AltoFfrtSixtrffnr _-.-- aft a. loadaJJDOrtDDC

M. Bodkin a bench of magis- bJ" DonpUs on the r.crth by M.jnr" ureet. IIilul.: lctioilcer t"nls.te. For further particulars and terms, apply Fmit Trff and Grrpe Tuu.- VVM BKM KB -' at IW'W* Viifc. -
LeTu.don ab the property"of Siuieon S. Tjler and nil kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron to the undersigned on the premises.B. A sure reouayfor ttt fiack Worm and ti4 drealu Arrives at Jacksonville same evening and tesrem
!. tales and a jury, of one Andrew Isrpan't C. Tyler, his ,wife to satisfy a e.atfierij Fences, Verandahs, lUlcuJiice, ic. Machiuery nod AND CCEHHSSlOn] BUSINESS WILSON. >- Oftkf Pnwrietir, Tuesday morning at S o'clock touching all the
Hepburn charged with the crime of am* and tlucrfef the Ctrcait Court ot Duwlwunty uther c-istir.ps to order. Burlington Mill, March 80, 1554. aG GEOHGE A. LEOTAI7. intermediate places as above.
( I in the t'.f Smiemi S. Tyler 'I'll. Dnnielter.uford. Designs and other information sent to any ad- THE Subscriber having been appointed an Atio No.19 South Front street Philadelphia City, Through&LK from Palatka Pianists and Black
It ; disturbing a congregation of Jlor- Levied on bv me tins 2- th dav of Au- drusc, post free, by for the county of Duval!, by the Gov ForSale. State of Pennsylvania. Creek $so W
- I who worshipping pi-t, l:,>4. JAMES VlXZANT, Dy-HtySfarif. GEORGE FOSTER Arent crnor of Florida, will attend punctually to all busiiiuis Through fire from Jacksonville C 00
sons. were quietly August :21, 1>A. SOS Broadway, corner(.f Walker Kt, entrusted to his ;: 1:rom hU long experience & very handsome building Lot, in square 6So. :Delivered free"" of Postage- at any WUorf in Through tickets are furnished from Jacksonville
n a lull hired and licensed by them until the fin.t mrlQ-8m XEW YORK. in this capacity, he flatten himself! that hewill ( 5)) fronting on Adalllil Street near the the citv.- to Charleston for &
t"The wbovc sale is -
t. p-istjoLed afford Hatisfaction to all who may require Lis residence of.Doctor llartridge. Terms easy, Pau.anaurnm. Webb connects with one of the New
11CJ fertile purpose, in conformity to a Monday in Ikecember next. services. shipments nsignnients made to I Apply to 1). McCEN. i O. A. Leisir-Denr Sin: I used your American York and Philadelphia ctuomshipa from Savannah
CJ.IC teneral statute, requiring all disscntJBZ J. M EASON & BRO.., him will be promptly and faithfully utWnded to.RSFEtKVCES. I July 13. 15)4. tf : Fertilizer and found it equal to the best Peruvian every
[ Y virtue of authority in me by law ve ted, I Guano. I ned it Hide.by side. ily.farmers were WeciDeaday.Amrns.
congregations to procure such B will offer for sale ou the &
j{>!aces of worship. It appeared the next before the Conrt llonne door hours in the of n iZl'3-Jat"oJitt1iiO ;r T.Boston O. Holm and ViUulongn and C. Drew Scvannah.Bancroft Jacksonville.. ii-: EITHER Rooms in, or tho House entire, will u'it again this tle 8t'll. Please send me 3M B13BEE A CANOVA7jackaoaT>ntfbStf
ton of Jacksonville, within tie kpul on the corner of Lmim and irytk streets, tons to Smyrna DeUware.
hall with book Ik-tts & iUrehalL Charleston. S.iLLAFFrrEAUrSavannah .
- [?TiT'r entered the a sale, the following property, tit wit: STEM' ENGINES G. 11. SMITH. owned by Mrs. Bubion. Apply at this office for .AuLumElt Piruaos.

- jud paKrs' ] in his hand, and while o.The Keren half, ((7 lot,) in known frquure in No.the pUn thirty-three of said, (town S3,) lyn Mf Jacksonville, Pin, Feb. 2:, 1354. term eke Jnly27 t-f Hear what Messrs.Plainly A Neilds, of Wilmington Steam OommmtfcatJaa&n'I .

was engaged in the scr- the emit t 2nd Boilers Delaware sir. .
preacher ;;on Monroe street. Bounded on >ylendentun For Rent. received from Farmers who
We have intelligence
%?, loudly demanded, to be infonnj ,on the west by Dibble tfrett.on the south by OF ALL SIZES AXD DESCRIPTIONS.: A Small Dwelling House en moderate have used Leinaa'a American Fertilizer, both in and Florida.
north Monroe
he j where the text was, &c. The dis- Douglas Levied on on the as the property by of Simeon P.Tyler JIachtnery C>r S wGrij-t,Rice Pounding Threrti- Jewelry Jewelry .M terms. It is situated in the western aub- Cheater County and in Lancaster County.. and to
in urb of the town the tract owned by whom have sold Leinau'a American Fertilizer, The sew and t .
C. but wife to aattfy a/ |fcbancc created h) him was so great, and Margaret. Tyler Justice's, court of lJu"llcolmt1" Iron and Bras, of all varieties. Our facilities for Dr.Baker. There over an acre of ground that it was equal to the bust Guano. n. packet 8T. Onrs..p.

2 list tLc police interfered, and, after fae'uut ,isi in u the from case of a Foster and Ptevens vs. S. K doing w.,rk are equal to tOiy establishment in the At Savannah."jflTOTICE.i1 attached. Apply to C. DREW, Dear what Mr. Warner says: J-i-- 34.55$PSWOIX. wixi hays
wife. Levied un i United States, being able to turn off wheels andpulleys July 13-tf. Republican Office. I have seen a most beautiful field of Wheat, in : Savannah every Thursday
I secured.fi and C. T-lcr.l1i1i '
Tlcr Margaret ,
at .
Violent struggles, he was up to 16 feet diameter, bore cylinders up am in constant and regular receipt the neighborhood of the Rising San Hotel on the morning at 10otockta 1"aJatb 1o at.aD
.- Mormon preacher then preferred by me this August 23d 1S54.JAMES VIXZANT, lJIMldlJt.Anl'ftort to t4J inch diameter, and plane 3 fett square of any iv of rich and beautiful varieties of Jewelry The Old Stand on the Burnt District. Old York Road. and upon enquiry found it had \ the intermediate pointd. .
dtdlength. pr.6m consisting in part of Diamond Rings, Pins Earrings the of Leinira's American Fertiliser. This boot baa been built expressly Qua trade
.: U complaint against llcburn] for theme :n, isT-i. Cro*es. and Stud; fine enamelled Medallions Undersigned keeps constantly hand a been raised. I have by made use mind to purchase baa large and airy state room.d.&aa'
>w of disturbing a worshipping J TThe above sale is postponed until the first Sleeve llnttons, Ear-ringn and Nubtt, Collar- THE pnpply of FAMILY GROCERIES and load of Fertilizer.op my passengers, and taking the inland rooto presenta
- klonday in December. Eagle Iron Works Buttons and Studs imported Carbuncle do. do.; PROVISIONS, consisting partly of- Hear what TOUT David Field, Eaq, of Camden eo, superior accommodations Sir a.nliI and otbtra
flregation. fine 18 k't gold Mountings, Charms.I Goshen Butter, Cheese Lard Ham; New Jersey,san: This boat will leave Jacksonville on her return n
. The is the ox CoLBY BT., srrwKZK PEARL A 15rH BIS., have the best assortment of good articles now Bacon Sid'j and Shoulders; Flour; nsed Leimvn'4 American Fertilizer upon my to Savannah every Sunday moraing at I o'clock
the
curious of
1 part case hand shown to customers. Rich box For further particulars inquire of Cap fan
Richmond. VaT on ever pearl Sugar of all kind; Coffee, Teas, Soda Butter Wheat Fields and they exceeded any Wheat Field .
- i defence set up by. the counsel for the And- etasa Brooches of the very finest kind for family Sugnr and Boston Crackers Pilot Bread; .our.on board,or to _
Wck manufiietnred i hairwork Daguerreotypes; having in olU'cifTthe in my neighborhood. CLAaBOR.'i a ::.( .,
and or
Unued who held that as the Morton 1' these !are : Portable Mackerel, Herring, Codfish Syrup, Molasses; Farmers of New Jersey use the Fertflixcr.Hear .
artists in both branched of the United Sarmnnahc
best ,
W .EA. Stationery Steam Engines, Circular-saw Leans, Potatoes, Tobacco Spanish Segars what S.Thompson Esqr of Chester.say&
Was.f tenets were not based upon thetooted Mill JUchiwry, Tobucco Presses, Levers Bands, States. Lava Ear-rings of the most exquisite work S Sunft ALI I have used Lenwn's American Fertilizer upon BISBEE & CAKOYA JackaonriOs*
elements of Christianity so Sheeting and "Sharpening Mills, Knives Sinkers manship, different patterns and sizes. I hare sets Brandy }Fruits: Pr >crve8 Prunes Sardines; Wheat Crop, and the Wh *t is fer superior to BESET X TKASDALE,Palatka
rthMt Brass aud Iron Custuign of every description.PHILIP in morocco case of Earning, Brooch and Bracelet .- Co it Brandy Peach do., Scotch Whiskey my other FuMawhere I use Gnano Superphosphate pU1 Mayjoth. .
jfejcpujd not be considered Protes mb30y RAlUf.1'rltprirtor.Circr.lal. ; Ear-rings and Brooch and single Broaches imported Itonongahcla AVhisker, Holland Gin Madeira my and Barnyard Manure.

I- I tot t dissenters and the statute only of finest quality of of gold and unique pat Wine, Sherry do. Port do, Claret do, Cham- Urns PmwRort New Jersey. PorEntereaM
and Brooches
; terns. If assortment Bowing
. I r Absynthe.yl4yj A. LMAO-De Sir: I hare used your
. iranting the license to hold meetings __.___-.- i i ig larger than usual having had all the new patterns pagli e T.'G. MYERS. American GsomcB FertiBzer upon'a very large field of tat.mei

,ofMI, lid& to such the disturbing leare to inform Mer brought out. Wheat. The field had never to the memory of -
[ preach to COLE'SMusic THE Undersigned' begs Planters, and Dealers Gold and silver Watches *>r ladies and gentle Wm. Blanchard, the oldsst inhabitant,produced(anything bat IndianGra4Ae : Lzpth.
Factors
geneersily
) could not be I hare the beat tock and lanimea
ormon gatherings a market mend greatest variety weed.\ My lI.bon &t mv s.--- John's Rlygr.-
the (
a
.s'r.l that be is still paying highest & Co.'a Fonndry.
before exhibited,(Crystal Palaco not exempted.) Day Strtop. Bigss 'rertilizer.Ba .-
ever and
I eiae This and Hosical Instrument that field using your
cultivating
under the statute. point h' for, viz: The Steamer DARLINGTON JausBaocc
Captain
j cat prices I can with confidence '- from Florida received, diiect from Kew York; of white bearded Wheat winch I
J4 strenuously attempted to hold, DEPOSITOHY, Leather in the Rough; and elsewhere, u I fed..UllU1"edm, tock must JUST 5 barrels Coffee Sngar the crop the admiration of all behoWa I oMSeWbeU ..wtU bar JaekaonviQe. every Saturday
r. please, alL Orders can be cent by nail and packages 2 Ko. Large Mackerel Mr. Whitney of niJersev. New morning at 8 o.cIoct arrrringatPaUtkasameday.
11. the court decided adversely, and KIXO STKEET CHABLE6T01T, $ Deer Goat Otter in to Palatka 6 o'clock Monday,morning, tn
- Hides, Sh op'sFlt or articles returned perfect safety through 8 Sperm Oil, and send you a bunch far the Crya1II.I Leaving ,
"eoefendant was convicted and held Where ran be obtained the latest and most select Coon -run- upossom- *--01, an officer of one of the steamboat 10Vh llkey, PaUce.at New York. lam now Dgawgtt' connection with the steamers Carolina sadweleka,
,
1 a Ie bail to when Music, and Musical ImOmmeuU of erery ranctr. G. )I. GRIFFEN. 6,000 Choice Segan field Cr wheat this FaIl and using your AmericaD will reach Lake Monroe tame day. Returning,
for judgment Skins will leave at ft o'clock bilday.
Cat Enterprise
appear .Moderate price and Successor to the late M. Eastman, 4 boxes 6hndy Fertilizer in preference to Gnann. ISAMK WOOD.
':, SUed upon, the plaintiff very geneI W PIAXOS of the beat quality kept on hand andforwarded BEESWAX, WOOL, TALLOW *& ja.19 Juno,1854.. IkorgiL. 4 barrels New Orleans Molasses; Hear what Mr.. Barkesdale of Virginia, says. orLeio3u' and Palatka at Jacksonville at 8 o'clock sam Wedneaday day.' anuhag asiAarrius
? baring oommoniaibon with fall assortment of FanulyCress- .American Fertiliser.
all a
14&ob
to points Together
*earCtlJ 1 miueting that judgment with O1arlelltDn.Od 124 Being a,direct connnmer and exporter,of the ries, which will be soldrery low for cash. Call Upon my Tobacco plants your Fertilizer BWpaJed -- A. M. KEKD,Ag-t at JaekaonriD
iould not> be immediately rendered, above named commodities his facilities therein are Savannah City Ro l and see. July I.__ any thing I ever nseiL I mean to try U oomrwheat jnlf LLiDAg'tMP'thuBt .
= enabling him to offer inducements to : 1S54.
*the unequalled, crop this year,
defendant's not
m*, promise again1EtflrbtheworshipofthecongrC To the Public. all in this Un*of J-BODVCK to consign such to him. ,Prime Orange Comity Butter. lie purchased 3K tons.LELN'AUt ai er Monnt Pleasaat
established a trade of thiL nature inCharleMon AMERICAN FEUTIUZEK can be
Having Terms Day $1 50. >
.
per from New York, steam fesThis steaqter,which hbsca
per
connection with an extensive Currying ,weekly
in half the price of Onano.
RECEIVED at
had I _
.
n. to UUaT'TnrA. basiucea Leather in the Rough kept in our city r sale by, WII.BLASCllAJW.I ;: lIpdmsoadilk.tmctt.*

t .The Times Is indignant at the rn- 1'nE VuSne.Bufldiiiff, hare in store will yield a mow lucrative result than giving thepreference rat BIST tocATios a THX crrr-BAT BTBEET,WE I 37,1S54. 950 BEW ABD.I I t4%! WITTcoi i. now nrepsnd.toreanm
.bermalar MatMss
)
to foreign markets and from the moderate CTBTOM nOVaS, Aim BXC&AKGC. A1UWAY from the subscriber,en the 11th
"g of the Court, and thinks it angethat and fur sale rates of freight on all transportation lines there THE pun ornot old established Hotel continues Choice- Hams.- U Jane bat, his negro man .ooser.". H* is on the 81.John's, to-the towing of vessels\ ,rsA ,

the Mormons should be A General ..t.sortment0ferc11ftfldiZe exists nothing' in obstruction to the augmentationof .TillS to the traveUing public,at the above Irvin New York4.J about 50 years of age,and has lump on his fwe- *candp rformnn nch other ssrviee sasMfh. *
this bncincM with' the Southern and Western charge,the house being well fitted I' "per. irteamer bead about half the sis eta pigeon's egg.bywhich appjointea by special contract. -
)$ to class themselves among eonntnv. 'He hnpca therefore by strict attentionto up and constant attention being paid to : andKteat 1r J.toiJOanck Cheap. he can be feadiry !. A reward of $25 taofleied Engagements may be at any fins* entend into

- t& It is going a'little_too of Dry Good Groceries rroriniont this branch to merit-the patronage or the large iU proper management. > Rtore.- _. j July2T.SIx tar his apprehension sad dehrery either.to with lht>Captain in charge of her,at any point at .
lbneiatinl increasing trade pouring into this market will be in at&eDdaDceat the steam to the a'tllICUOIIYWC' An wckthybeqonWO.
omnibus subscriber jailor
An the or
and Glassware and
JOt t' [towards, perfect freedom of con- IlaTdware and Oitlery.Lad Crockery boes; Saddlery, and mrSnat ,rtpidlT wIth die aiBurenee 'that.produce consigned to boat and steamahip landings and railroad depot,to ; montb* from-daiq, I shall, present m.J' cdditional reward of $25 will be given for proof .' O'J. 1LL. ILXPUGTZR
BooU 01 ColumbiaCosuty.
; !* to suit the mtol riuif theories llat.a u4 Books aDd 8tatioiMrT.and another v.-DUD_ _ni _!..the hirbeet-e-- tnuceeds.S eonTeTnaagencer*to.the hotel.when the undersigned l4Jadge of Probate I aonvictJon of his baring been harbored by any ace
; larp $ wtienUtto the favorable notice of an intercctcd aDCI a Iw a tiDal settlement sad diamission JOHN I/ESGLK..
to will aUwho
make erery effort to please .mar : -
deVaSted hlcbti.cyfete He wbitepersofl.
to* .
i jjjarch and State and the Thun- to the trades; of the CIOIBIXI8I'ee and home Admini traior on,tha estate of William 18M. ,-If -
..11I i and uk.tbeinw in the extension S favor them with,a.calL, M"= I DrilIe 1'J&pL 1, TTfcemos .
me attention of the public Sou\h.1 P.1 CONDON. Vinzant.late of said county, deceased. '. ell, .
:. Pta: eeSdanccrtoiomODfithDCt call and .examine their i&oek'.before porcb I productionS of the JOHK P.'BAUMT / '.J KB,B..FOLET, ._" fjiMig. : viSiAKT.AdmMtbratm.Jacksonville ,For. ., ) Amselesa Reaesj..
.JIf,. ISS008111, thiS innovation." The eIwbe.aI ihe1 aUor themselves that they can Very ,Late offto Marshall flons. ,Jnly 10th.ISM. Iloose oa Doral street la- J G P. .11'.-wrr CO,
-P.'BAUMa5aeaKaiBK nJy _
,. .
1. the, Blatter sell sa low as any. ODe eIaeSr. cash .weoan7Dca. 'v f c A'DWELLING quire of F.. G.BASBXTT.' 04134golIILJfb7, Pnhlishsr8BostoJ.-
polygamy of
m2tf Ix weeks after date,I-wffl apply tate Bono* j June
-'.r tz"i mica against them us _,.. u nURTON IlL W.ORA. Boardlns; House NewJI2 rtbJetheJsdCTof Probate ol Jlonroe county, 2J1854.Bart Ray.Dr. .tL'
Lrii.&c .
tohop.nndenJrned
er
> :,Plo 4a. ihr letters of dtnmistratioa. ,upon, the estate ofeyVcitfay -
hytheyBhonld not be i : Infonat rina 1Iia tfa?*that tMr I Jato or aid coanty. would renMctinlry intbrmibe ,wfll read
..I ; "wca4 reepecttuDj & undcni DC ldI Albe I'.JJca..P.ll TIIE Americans TO fb*nasterrjrexjMOT
lIV. HAJJIDAT heba. re
.4 g1ze& Ctrkiana but the N t1ew T t1i highest cash pricea10r the -: BOn., of JckaooyiIiat: ofthsmrttensaof BomeT Pric tl. :
M still continues I M u .j -
that M is sti1Ipsyng D ,and.tbe imt&g the
.. the p .. .-,. ," 1 '- 1 bWra.JaeuJrl U3S'o 'pu. 'p 214k'jjjjtflrISTnATOI'5 = a Barbec.hop adioininr JOHNPjwrrTiCO i ,
., ?8 Distinctly Btatcd that this 'DaPerreaa- JhpInelll; 1UUowinIP _.. .11 to 180 per 1b.. comm t1", that .baring awd jaomftrtjb of Mr. Canora whew A* will tie Oct 14, _P hli L_.Dlon.ODEEII .
-I.L.m : PriJae aa- .c and suitable arrangements,he M now prepared to ;J01'1c&-8ix, months found ready tn wait on all who will favor him with .
v.t jtaeir practice Is not knqwt"d 1r'J"IH,X'].icaZi., _Ff.7 rnimeDe&Skinssstosie accommodate taoM,who may visit that place> for to the Hon. oi ealL Thi Shop.111 be from'o'cioct Lx. HOR8BDOCTOR2 .Bnyb
160 opeD
to : date I shall Jndge a
apply
.. "IILUo. ...:.: _Leather,in,the roaPIt -' tablawill beenppliedwith .EL after Shimag. 11& work of Dr. ...worker &lie
and so fasiipendS _._: .. G.tiO health or business. .' : Probate*Dnval county,for letters dismisaorysa tillS o'clock.; P. B.for Sharing rrbmDiBr. -
. Macaws; -,_ the best that.JIe afforded. By attentionpersonally whicS.wa l bdonete the mast acM Horse ever published ia America.JOHJi -
.m be .
., record before .the Court, .-- ,1PIano' For sO.. :" ,'. '" .,Thesbore free, or,.D1 oommilllO. reooeiYe4 to the comfort of Boarders, the trust Dr.of'&k.catate' .of'l'bomaa UUR1CXJtIEL W. Jones. and.oftd.vle.& :, .. ." iYX BhTlSUJtaonyiUI1&i r. JKWBTT 00.'

I regation disturbed was -ina o.1a 06ere4 J *4T&Dtggeou1 ctited or UarouP. edrnrrLitt to merit a portion of patro&ag u. 1.'lHza'at. .. AJf11'jti.ahlair. ;".If,UK' 18' OetU4 .'

.TThei1a4.s rdigioua body, en- .;.\ p t1flI by A .L OCEU&. ?:, J CbadeIem,. BqrtembC 11, .

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,There are few tilings F. 'V. CORN WELL :nedingWarehonse .
more prated -_- TIIM..lib.,
Wholesalean&RetaiL .
Dealer in Hardware and ; 177 King'st. .! 8edidvs1rcas. .
about in this country than the in- Cutlery, Edge !( ,
Tools of all I kinds Charleston ; 5- r es&agn .!,
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the fulent
of the ? Yet eg esmti
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dependence
press we ___II :y 103 Dl'J'aDlIl SAVANNAH, GA. 7 # .,"i",a1r'lt. tl, .I may 5. Nafly. j -

are constrained to say, there are few Goode: O ; tGtIN &lie selL wb5 severs the anlta
JO US JOHX T.KOWI A>D, JR. qo" 6 eg.
T. ROWLAXD ..
'things! which meet with less tolerance -, ROWLAND & CO., 10 ptth.oDLVDO I SH4/E 10 Jal4 Wfe1eltM-S.bow.aen&4 lie me.j ill.in

in our country than an independent General Com'n and Shipping Merchants, and rg Jril,.l P., BW" = .et.sat.t and ttefrr
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:; SAVANNAH,GA. JN Vtntia ---- __ A"ay..1rtiI..h,.. .
press. SuiU against editorsfor ti Or" Blt'Ftr Screh, flindt, I.bars your auag and R.. .
AU UpAomnf. a"(tA libels; it is true arc not very frequent CAROLINA CLOTHING DEPOT, o "U. -REE5IlRI' ,S

but browbeat $61 KIXG ,$T CHARLESTOX. C.A Florida J/OM. 4. OINTMENT ,. Ht who pliers bbwcif Bo rr Dr.lUllkeli..t:
to j
; attempts antintimidate ..- Ira pifor II W. KINSMAN. : -= -*nllfioMlr odda-J. ble __ a
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dm fir ft AnrttneRt .
are quite nnc ."
common r
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CltlzeasofIb.Ualoe win
tint /VrnioJinGood*, ntokmlt and retail. All Notice. ,- \ 4ieek1eed. -.
catechizing anti complaining, i intimations -: (ftimh tcarranttnl a* "tl'tfft'Nkd. under the firm of Yo have dose me the aoanr a*with one- role, ::Young -.let ._ C I
TUNNO asking
of obligation for advertising X. A. COI1EX., Projfr. L. LEVY Sup't. rpJIE L copartnership CO. is this dissolved. from oae end of the Untoa to the OdI..r,to .taata the sad JOT eae know g...w- r. _.
PINCKNEY day Ift""ettlbiUfJ
S S character of my Ointment witk your &" ". ... isIs .1.IT.riQd,
patronage being old subscribers.. uS-r _ The settlement of af"il. by mutual agreement \ scarcelv two J... since I BMdert knowa anon I Ton ".y thi.k the will.. ..t. .
tt FLEJ'II G. devolves M. ; and it baa awn lIeute..ad tire... .
iioscii on TUXKO yon already, obtained more celebrity thaaany A.
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arc even more common, nearly as manufacturers of Steam-refined whom all persons having demands or being other Medicine ia tn, short a period.THOMAS this manwbo a fuel might d.lu.Ion hire,Sad W how my a Pnltohikg."WI'ele
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much so di:pL-ns of real indepcndcncein are referred. HULLOWAY. Mg_Itomthsssrtlat ors.. ._ .
any csqs7.D Ti'; debt WILLIAM M. TUKNO 38.Corner ufAaa aDd Nassau 'UN,T S Strictafc.( IM rvlb* -, -,

our newppajiors. K. Q. PINCKNEY JR. | .pplicKio of a new p.tto.7lIIS! > I.

In political canvasses, almost anything : Sugar Plums, Lozenges, Rock Candy, Charleston, August 31, 1954. Sept 21-It. a ASTONISHING CURB OF SORE LEGS, Dr.K- We.k_.&CoJwHiS roiwSfz'H"-.''
Ij eased,Md full Vlfnr MnwA
&c. &c. ---- reo
may be raid with impunity : The Subscrihcr \ after niae yean standing! COUNTRY IMVAUIM

but let an editor say, on any topic of: 269 KIXO STREET- ---CHARLESTON- the business heretofore( carried THE n llPPIN61 TON_ 110 USE, Copy of a fetter from W.J. Lanr,.*f HaatovllleYaakla Can with an bare their(by ntinf theIr COM MnU ) .

interest to the community slIMror; quality L rnollupcoM8tt7ntlll on hind.CA3IUROX CONTINUES name of TUNNO PINCKNEY JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.- County,North farolin..U.8., lanes)Dr.KForwirded.ymptee'p_did,,.pee.ppnlttrtMed te.raeln. ..

general i-y: _ & CO, and tenders t his friends the renewal of THIS well known HOUSE situated on the comer of Newnan and Adams streets, within few rods dated November 1.1,183J.09REAU M nay part of IIINr ltit.4 1IIrent .S..
what is unpalatable l to individuals, his services. WILLIAM )1 TUNXO. of the Post Office aad near to the steam Boat landings and most convenient to the Churches has S HIS OWN WOUDi-d pecked secure ttom PAfAGB or CUI'OlflTT'' '

and his sanctum will be immediate! WEBB & CO., Sept. 1,1 SS4.- scptai- just received a new CO.\T,and having been renovated from top to bottom with every convenience is now To Professor Hollow,,: READYo! th and 1Ianh d,

Importers of China,G lnss,and Earth- KENNEDY & in perfect order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an experienCed housekeeper and Sir,-It la not my wish to become notorious, aeitheie A
entered by offended "patron, and l nEACI shall not be surpassed by any other in this climatc. The Pronrietor lets determined that his exertions this letter written for the mre sake..',lInr. bnto VIGOBOU3 LIFE OB A paEXiT:

)his time consumed with complaintsit enware, (Agenttfor lMMn 115 XEET1XG STREET CITARLESTOX. .1Lull!.'tl ,) LIVERY STABLE attached to the House; with good Horses and Carriages. The Western dreadful cutaneous diseur that flesh is heir to, and KINKELINoNHp S
may be with abusive charges, and -... I EALERS in vnriety of STOVES Stage 1 leaves this House soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. which waacnn.idrnd by all who knew m.to be entirely It I I. a wo emliwady' rattIvAlj. jtlf". .
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H, P. CAMEEONW. I. WEBB, VTM. M. SICE. Wholesale and Retail Sheet Iron, Tin Plate, Oct. -16 -; BUFFINGTOX. beyond the teach of merfirlne. For om year I formiag u..vices nI. ft" a.a I1It p.,
S.
even threats, where they dare go Will Sti]),ly fttuntryllereliaiiUtflt'h GemhlntlitirLiurat Wire and Tinners stock of all kinds; also Tin was afflicted with On4 nf the most pninfal nod troublesome NATUIE'II.1\1.Whkbwe Ii.'.tis.,.
G'1WP '
that far. tilt Low Jululu titty can luyiitXne Yurivr : Ware, Japanned ''ar.Hardware and house Furnibhing ------- ,---- -- ---- sore lets that ever frll to the lot of man: and With'Rules
ilM-iflitie. after trying.,ey medicine I halt"!r brardof,I relnml for the Proiongit) ion
Let him for that n3-y Gds 1'nerlily. la despair or all hope of betas versa but ofrlrM
example, say according WATCIIESJ1WELRY SILYER WARE ; t a Life just from
ROOSEVELTTH & CLARW; At the Lowest New York prices. friend brontht me a couple of larsje "e o>your Olnl the PrCS.
to his best judgment and in- Any one ordering Stoves, either fur their ow manS,which cau" the enrr on my I**. tt heal, and pA If'ttl'r with a remfn..efl orts eIi

formation bricks are a dollar a thou- Direct Importers and Wholesale Dealers me or t sell Rloin.fi do well t order from us, ANDFilncyGoods. I entire IT regained my heallh In my njreeaMe serprUe pit1lampsddrp.e4flg I hla r.. wilt K.JIll IELIII,, ,..-
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and .r..re a
inHardwareCutlervGuns fcc. as we can sell at as low prices as delight,and to the astonishment(my Mend booke espy or sithey stto ..
sand dearer than the) houl be, and any tnUblislmient in tbe United M is9:; UEETIXG STREET It. BooIIllile.....
that, by means of a combination between Xtarlii Ontxailfe flif fliarktton Jfottl soi'I mi-lit embraces over forty kinds-catlogucs. .5. ailing Agents."e.-upplied..119IU1h.Tra.
CHARLESTON S. C. with cuts of which, will be sent, delirl'd. a-J.EJ: ai rm EE4"I'L. a IJ AN EXTRAORDINARY CUREOF BAO BREAST ,which admit ofa large proflu ;".."
brickmakcrs and dealers n-y
In'ices All Letter
_ KENNEDY &lEACH. S when nearly at the point of Death. nut he po.s..oaii.T. ,

arc thus kept up and how quickly A. 'hULL & CO., Aycnt*, St. Andreir't Hall, &lo'lall. Oill'Vi. EAST FLORIDA, of McMILUJf
Copy a letter from Mr.R. O"nl.N.Oi leans, November J ;
11l September 21,1354.-3m.
a row of brickmakers will tile :5U'l3b.: r53i1 WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country that \be has 9tb, l&ia. jc23y Apothecary Ran' /

133 J/ ATSTREET medical College. opened at his old stand NO. 1,HOLMES' BLOCK, with a Urge and well select.JACKSONVILLE To Professor Holloway: I
into his office prepared to to
prove near Charleston Hotel Charleston. Savanah
cd stock or S Dear Sir,-It l 14 with heartMi gratitude I hays to in- RICE'SVlld

)him that clay i is warce, wood is dear, .4. & JfrLL n3-v" D. T. MEXARDChambcrlain"Miler D A RNOLD, M. D., I'ruf 1855.R. Theory and Practiceof WATCHES JEWELRY, SILVER TVJ1REAND F.JVCF GOODS, form you Urn by :he ass ofyoar ,Itnlmenl.lld Pill. Cherry

and labor exorbitantly high ; and to -- :Medicine. To which the attention of the l'ublic is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the New York manufacturers the she had life of bad my wi tan been raved. For sees year COUGH
with
a breast ten running wonrdu
v tell him that if he expects their & Co,, P. M. KOLLOCK, M. D. Prof of Obstetrics I eta prepared to offer my customers inducements both as regards style and prIce.. that can- a eancfrou nature)-I was told that nothing, (eonld not o CANDY

Patronage Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods. "'. f;. HrLLocl. M. I)., I'rof of tirgcry. not be surpassed in Charleston or. vannah. save her;she wad thrn la,limul to try your Oinlmen AGREEABLE to the taste. and

lie mut take back what he 143 XLETIXG STREET OF. ILl)'X: ST., C. W. WES, JI. I)., I'nlf Mt-icl Chemistry Among my assortment may be found- and Pills when in the short spare .f three month. aecording to the ..11II"y..

has said about bricks swallow his CHAitLEtTON. II. L. I\KD: M. M., l'ror Materia Medica WATCHES.Butter Knives, Fruit do.; IheyrflV-ctedn perfect cure to the astonishment, alt .i.nple.secure all ... COtIthot and CO4kwbj.
Therapeutics. Knapkin Rings, Children'sSettsc.c.- who knew u*. We obtainetl ,.., MMtcine froiiMesr are within! the truth or .ny med,,
words and his X ember 3, 1*"i I-y. Fine Gold Patent Levers (full jewelled;) Wri.ht and Co,"re"., n.. New Ortmin*. lac relief h. f'l1f' of be.jj .
own own judgment, __ E. II. MARTIN, M. D., Prof of Institutes of Medicine. Constantly) on baud and made to order from I send this C""I" Aulba., CIlI-n. U4
Detached Hotel Brnncblti"
dm Pnnew, Paris, altbnoih .and being
one nthe .
tooand declare thatconsidering i the That IIPW and 'ph'ndhl Hotel, Lapnn: ; pure com, and warranted. I had. written it at New Orleans,before w" IIn.I'', left. ill fIe early.1.,..nt 1OII"'DlPCioll- _rid-4ici.

THE MILLS( HOUSE .1. G. IIowiRn M. I)., Prof of Anatomy. Silver Patent levers CUTLERY: at that time,not knowing your address at New York. Mr. Rice, IB placing thw article before the
exhausted of the beds ;
fctate
.ie
clay J. D. RRU>, M. I).. Prof of Patholopcal Anat- Dctich.d, Signed/ ) E. UURANT. claim to IttvediMwrnf or lnr....eniep'uw4
the high price of carting and the Recently tr The Pills should be f ,
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Street, of ID"'n" ; 1 I & Son Pocket Knives Scissors used conjointly with the Ointment rate wm.li ., nr In such
Assistant Demonstrator
M. D.
J. WEST, "ll' "n III m consisting ; wmlHB.iton. M
tolls which have been, iihtccd! ill ti S0} CS (\\ and without hunting ,,"I'll.) ia most of the following canes:- the full f..reer their
on : CS Ib.fDU'll o e CD an.1n.lfsuj e e Anatomr. Shears, Razor, Ac.FANCY. brn arul I ",! N"-lie
u'/'r''I.1 vnt if the All from good makers and will be warranted Bad Legs Corn (soft) .Rheumatism aver that hi.Couch Candy b..the
in. not
the bridges and the iunnense: consumption a tyle 'I'lIE REIULAR( Course LecrrnES, in this In- tire Medical .ppr..1 nthan- Ietale I--
{'IiJl"f X'eir Yvrl foiilinun <}*n ft-r the ;rfnptioiiiif 1 stitution, will commence on the first Monday good time kut-pers. GOODS. Bad Breattl, Cancels, dralds, "HH.lenlixhWneJ Faci.lty.or bu kern----.11I..

of the article, he is now livardirt and the Tr"rf//i f'ulllf. in November, and terminate in following March. 4 JEWELRY. Such as Corals, Port Monaies Accordions Perfumery Burns, Contracted and Sore nipple, .that having lrimoetr/Itfti.pnyiMianbut liP woel4" ..,

persuaded that bricks arc dirt cheap T. I'. MCKKItSOX, Preliminary lectures will be d \erl from Monday Consisting of- Lubins' and other extract; Fancy Soaps Bunions, Stiff Joint*, Sore threats: cbialaHectMHii, aecompamed .y eoojhini severely Ira.and ken Iip&

after all __! .:.f _P"1.lIr._ _;_ _._ the Irtth; day of October, until the commencemt'nt Gold (Guards Fob and Vest Chains; Papier Macbe. Jewel Caws Rosewoixl Work Boxes Bite ofminqnit- Klephaatiasi, Skin disease, Sweats,be applied: w one nf the Pacity, whoa,pu
of the Regular Course, for which no additional Chatelains Lockets, Bracelets Pencils Portable Writing Desks; Reticules! Fans, oes & sandflies FUtnlas Knplioa .ftll speedy irlief. and j Ia
Scurvy
So, if he drops a remark about dishonest E H. LANE fit will be requ'rcd. Student* have free ac- Crosses, Keys Seals Diamond Rings, Regard do.; Comb, Brushes Thermometers; Children's Toys Coco-bay, Coat Sore beads such...wlood'e-porters of cure the, incmliei.that he wu and iDcbanl of tile, wotaa a
Wards the Sa- Ten Bells. maan- I h
cola to the Medical and Surgical of Gold Thimbles Sleeve and Collar Buttons
which
dishonest he is ; they uigbt be
act-
men, or Sold at the eitihlwhmrnt or Professor p""perl'lOIIIpntlMf4 with
Hollowly,
Books Stationery, vannuh Hospital. This extensive charity is undc( Studs, Cuff Pins Brooches Ear Rings; Together with various articles too numerous to 244 Stiand near Temple Bar,l.ondonaool by all venders IfXiv*them a convenient and p.Uttl.1, form pm W 5
immediately liable.: to calls from Mr medical ntnil. of two members of the mention. winch hf ha.
the had
c > Fucu1\ Gold Spt ctiitln, Eye CLoses, Pl.tin and Set Rings; or medicines throughout the foiled I r-Ules, iabuxei thefarl",11 of ailmiaMeniit It
A and Mr.-n 1 and every other letterof AND: FACT GOODS, by whom clinical lectures are delivere Children's: LooJls.Hcarf, Punt Ac. N. B.-Clocks,Watches, and Jewelry, ,bt 37 1-3 cent,87 e..IIII" *I 51 each. nm.-this".( 'III many' The npnimtaowlHch
A T 'TJIllERl.t YXE STREET tion to th's, they hire ample opportunity for learning fully repaired and warranted, at the Wholeonle, hy the principal Drug houses or the easily I. compmrd, among which Wild Cherry to
the alphabet, and t".IJC put undera tinutictil medicine at College Clni'lue. SILVER WARE.Comprising shortest notice. Union,and bv Me... A. B.& I>, Hands, New Vor*. the principal,are perfectly harmlen,and may ke inkea
a-eerlaii CU.1 12 LE S TO 1 n'hicha: daily patients. Diningnnd Dessert Forks; Note.-Tliere ia aconsideiable sating by taking tile by all prnant,at all ages at nil time*. L'ulike auar
of catechizing to ojien t of the Couth Candir. MMroflrnd
process 'TER'rs CASIL.r.SugarScotps g3fM larger sizes.. **ale,porpmM
During the past session upwards of two Table. Dessert and Tea Spoons; I lit .
II the
Has nCJooJ Stock of hnndr prowi of proToond medical .
what he and whom he N.B.Directions for the guidance of patienUlo every rewairk tat
means ineaiismay cases were prcser,bod tlr. and O\'r thirty : Salt and Mustard do.; Nov. 2-f disorder are affixed, to eat'b box. which are in reality the concoction of p-muM Uurfy
:UI DICAL'O Uiii, of the Studentsat .nke,this article ie .
JIc f'la8 good natured operations performed presence ------ aol expected'0""allli iIIe| I #
many To which the attention of Medical Gentlemen the Cliiuque. Material for Anatomical investigations Sold in Jacksonville by tkai firth i. heir to." hut ia peeuhaily. adapted, to the

things as hit' IPe1 r will hold, and he throughout the UniU-d.states 5 j"respectfully invited.RKCEIVK wilh be abundantly supplied. Fees: Matriculation T. McMILLAX Apothecary Hall few di_. abovcmcBliiHWMl, and instead of MM
,. OHI HS FOR Full of $lt'5 De- composed or the poorest qualu of tmnr,infiued whh
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will ran'h't to much as an acknowlcdguicnt f5; Coune J'cture. ; r Wl w the e.ll'at'l of""bnen4III. made froratvar ia k
D3 : further information
monitrutor *!10( Graduation $
; highest ute of
; from any quarter) ; but Profession at Philadelphia LIVES! perfretioo.and contain well kaewanrt
Which will be sold to the address. post-paid. cw1pLMwr9 appruveil leraedir*. Try it,and n*intniwie anrK '
one word that is capable of being prices,or on a liberal credit to appiwcd pur- June: II. L. BYRD. M. P.. Dean.Puge'it WHOLESALE & RETAIL DYSPEPSIA will call rorih a ponlaaeou approval_yen whvk
chaseis. erelong shell 1 1. it a popularity uapaiallelrd la UK
construed into an oljjcction to any AVI AS ASSORTMENT OF Patent Circular Jaundice Chronic or Nervous Debility bUtory of nosirom

body or any thing then let him look MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. Improved SAW-ETILLS. HAT t TORE ,Disease of the Kidneys Each Prire(TPBUiiM 95 cents' pet packf packai of Rl<*'. Coiigh Tandr,wHI

nS-y __ __. brar Ibe
oo
for lie
; oat complaints accusations and envelope| sieaajure of T.C. RICE,8v
,
EORCE PAGE CO., "'rlh SeJirafdtr near all
NELSON CARTJ: G & and Diseases arising from a rannab.Ga.'iHiHtry .
,
7i threats, or at least gentle intimations, Drni't &r. II' BflIOr.tretf.; laUuwrt.ift!., respectfully a :::: l..La.D: :: rm : disordered Liver Stomach 4: nierrbanli ran be .Bipli| >it by the box,tack
: 'holcIoale .e. \' ply increased : ._ .m C(i ._ cr or : box containing packafe.at$6 2S.
of the rink he of his
i runs looMug 17 JIAYXEST. CITARLrXTOX.: SlGX(IFTEE their manufacturing ebtdbli.->eiitui>d are Shell as Constipation, Inward Piles, FHllneo o.
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friends bv such a course.-Uoston LARGE YELLOW MORTAR, now prepared to execute all orders with prulpt Blond to the head, Acidity of the Stomach NniwaHartbnra .11. kteinedFor ,
Wherr Ae i*prtpartd to #,,,iMI a lirge .(-)1'l'1 ness for their celebrated PATENT SA.Vlll1NAD CARRIAGE JIANUFACTO ,Y. I'fcgui-t for Fond, Follnem or Weight ia the !/
TravclUr.II
Itriig, J/r --.- Xaryifal IIIII'.rUIII"l6 M>iff*, Perfumery: throughout the Union also STEAM POWERS the pit of the Sloinach Swimming(the Head, Hur '
a
,"" Wtudoif Olds, Putt./ tt-!. '!.. irich heCM of ; and kinds, HOBSB : GRISTMILLS ned and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering of the Heart. .
; Au Ercc:1li'ic'rifl.. aliz"R I'UnR The Subscriber tikes this method to inform Choking orSufli>caungen Mio.whrn in alyiupo .
/If"Ult fit the lotrut ffll1rl.t't pricu. Jlt'rrJantll. other Machines and Implements lure,Dunnes or.iM.n Dots or Webs before the Sight the request of of
of New 1M/4Siln",anti Jr"Ifli.J".are rt'ltl'lrtflll.Iinri- fur economising labor. THE: IJWOMUBimjPTS of FLORIDA Fever and ilnll Pala in tile Head l>rflrif ney nf Per>uirationyellownevnf "*- ttents,I have eoawBitd many my pa-.
Mr. ,
In arks.is
Hailing
Hampshire pot *
: ; 'cud j',;,' Iti-e up
: i"I'IJll tFMni/t n (''*! "N Since their PORTABLE CIRCULAR S."V. hLL!were the Skin aad Eirn,Pain ia the RKist efBcwnl presrnpuons,in UM farm of PAMILT
; England was among the victims of nrriaiuy!, /(!. ". Uvud c
i: the lato railroad accident between .41(OI tiN'a W.rrdkte.I. n-y- -_ they ha\c many improvements which render THE CARRIAGE BUSINESSIn Burning in the Flesh of spirit, coiutaal_ imalIJiu of e"d._amgrcatdeprvsaion and not, like the manufacturers of the many BMTMBS
-- and of the
IV. II. : Xc-n.--- them perfect in all their details, and justly entitle panaceas day,promolm to the world that
Brighton and London. His heirs Dealer in them to be considered among the first labur.vinglaehin all its various Branches CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY in) one nipnnna will care all,dispute,and who (la
Importer and Wholesale Dp..HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED Ihe word of trw great Italian (ihywi.m !>palls SM)
{ after having paid him the ru>tomary XXr/X, KIliKOXS TRUIM1XGX rio W 'of the age. And solicits a share of their patronage. He manufactures and keeps on hand constantly Carriages of **put nedH-incs irf whi b they know Hide into..

funeral honor did what all heirs do JCRS ,(-t'., FREXi'MAXI GERMAX FAXVl'G001K. A pamphlet ilatnu containing full descriptions of their all descriptions aud he invites persons from Florida to call and examine his stock when they visit 8 ; JJILL1XERY GOOD, GLOfJSS, several if: price*, term, aipaciiy far .:.ROSE M.D..Piuladelpliie.

f in similar oaj-es, opened the will of JIOSlKRY.ti-r. AloCold tiitriiH?, &c., will, on application by letter, b forwlrdtod All kinds of work made to order such ns Plantation Wagons, Dray, Carts and Timber Carriages Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, FOR CHOLERA.

thdeceased, to ascertain what share and SiI.er"'atches and Jewelry, to any recently gentleman wanting one.in an action and of the very best material. lie Hatters himself 4hat the practical experience of over thirty No. 120, Arch street, Philadelphia. C01iPL.1L UTERr.. .tc. BOWEL

n::.)' :.'. lt U HATE ST., CHABLESTOS. Having oblaintJ'"Irl years which be possesses will secure to him a liberal share of Florida patronage.
each was to have in his posthumous ; co. the U. S. the Districtof Orders promptly attended to, and repairing done in the best style and at a living price. Theirpowerovei the above Diseases b not excelled DR. J. S, ROSE'S C.\IDIIXATIYEBLS.Uf.
n. w. & j 1. 11CE & ,
for infringement of their Patent .
Maryland, an ifequjlled by any other preparation in the hilled Tbl .Miitnre leone of Ibe most Impiinantm.iiieiws
liberalities. he had never {given Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes Rights:they hereby war the puMie against pur- dlly "Live and Let Live. Slnte*. an the core attest,. in many cue after .kilfupli and should be rpt in all rami''I" A. a"pre"*.,

a penny to either of his relatives, _'-o. :81 J/AYXEfiK:, (:/. 1ILL:*TO.\: c/miinf from vnautliuriznl. liulliltr or their Altl/ G. "'. HARDCASTLE. >siclans had failed. Cholera' and all B.wel Complaints it b'\. never railed .
BESS. w. roucK JOHN r. FOUCE. BENJ. COXLT.r Address GEORGE PAGE; & ., These bitter are worthy the attention of Invalid, Dysentery vanishes in*ft-w daS,"bel Ib aiude ma
'. during his life time, they expectedto r>3 X. Schroeder,near Baltimore-st., Md.,or -- Possexnng great virtue in the rectification of Disease >ed as directed. PiKe23o BU.
--- atimore 2, the l.iver and lesser Glands, ExnciMng the man I .
--- .
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be the richer, now that he was no SAMUEL C. DUN & CO., JOIL" I. W. HOBBELL & CO. nrching powers in weakness and aflections of the Digestive -

more. One may imagine the surprise V1.olcsae Clothing House, a\igl7 Jacksonville, Florida. organ, lisa,are,withal,sale, ctruia and pica DR. J. S. ROSE'SqPECTOUANT, 01

caused by the first line of the 87 JJryit Xttc YuiLMJitynet. Cl.ark PIANO AND FURNITURE STORE .aua.RE,4.D AND BE CONVINCED. CROCP SYRUP,
I.a never failing for colds and
from A'anaiua! remedy coughs leaf
: ntg.J. Testimony ia favor or Dr.ffnoflin4'celetualed
Kortljcru
;
:
will ) diseases. Sties SUe and jl.
.; :- 1I3y"r. Uttt5tn1 KMETS' German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M.
BUILDINGS BROUGHTON STREET
This is testament. I &. .. E. ADGKK, Jackson Philadelphia. The neatest known remedy
my give and for Liver Complaint, DysprpVia, Jaundice, Nervous DR. J. S. ROSE'S PAIN CUREB
IOLMES c.t-
all Importers of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, s-EJ9 Debility, DixeaM of the kidneys,&'.Ac.
bequeath my goods, present or future Ace. General Commission Merchant Will cure alit" Beck.aore throat,pmus m $Mfbee,
&
t'ickson Green Alexandria Ala., September 30, ide,backorliuih.rroutacold. I >
moveable or immovcable, in .'-. 54 Eat Say. near the Pott OjRre, Clmrletton 100 WAU. ST., NEW YORI. 1853 raid: "We have taken pains lei inlrudai-e your Mains cramp or paia In the>lou>1I.n.r acb or ku_.ls. tilLS
the Keep conbUntly m hand a full and complete assortment WILL pay particular to sales of Yel- I. W. :MORRELL. N. F. WEBSTER.stabllshinent. German Hitlers,and we nod it to be a very valuable[ 1:11 Sc.,23c.sad JOc.
England or on continent, to that of Hardware and Plautatiou Tools. n3-y low I'ine Lumber Live Oak, and other Southern medicine." -

Railroad Company on whose load I Timber and Produce; and orders for C.A. Robinson Bellefonte Ala.January 30, 1851,
t
llouse4ll1'nis1iinoFurnituie ROSE'S
OMViit F1IflNUM, Merchandise. purbaiol said: "Your medicines mot eventually have large DR. J. 8. EXTRACT OF BCCHIT,
have had the happiness to meet with Wholesale Grocery, Liquor and Provision sale; all those who used it in the fall liked U very I.one of the l>el remedies rev seed,for dueaswef
Dealer much. The people have been much deceived here b, be kid..ey.,Bladder,ic. Price Me.
death,that blessed deliverance from so.189 EAST ILl Y: CHARLESTON JOSEPH GUICE'Generl : by Wholesale and Retail. trifling patent nostrums,and that anVcl the sale of

my terrestrial prison." JTnuirtmtantluoh hand a well tflerted Stork nfL.i- rpIIE Subscriber desires to call the further attention of the Florida public to his well known e UbJL your valuable." Bitten, and will until it becomesknown. DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND Lffia1 .

Further on, the testator gives his qnortand Grorrrit, which lie l.1f'.,for milt loir. 36 WATER ST., NEW YORK. libhmeut for the sale of C.Fowler,Tu5kegee, Ala, January 1, II'SI. said ORATING CORDIAL.For .

Orders from tie bvritry cartfully and promptlyattniM STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale of "The Hub-is are selling well aud I think they will continue heart dbvasea,all senna aaVrtiiias,flalalnc,
reasons for 'his bequest. The idea to. oil articles of produce entrusted to his care, Furniture and House-furnishing materials of every description. so, U they give good aatuiaclioa lo those who heartburn rentk-ssB**, MmhM, nriraloa. iaiM*(

had taken firm po$8cssi9n of his mind Terms cash or city acceptance._ ap"-y_ and all orders promptly complied with. bmw-keepers and mercbant! can,._1_ themselves with every article for nerailise or fur filrm.mg have Dr.nsed II. P.them.Leonard" Fayette Court Hn... A I.,Ju. UM spirit*,and givtngpowerto the wltnIe.).,ttM S .

that he was to die a violent death, JOSEPH WIIILDE f, ap23-tf! ) A Good Store stock. Every thing In tllhne of business mentioned kept on hand including Parlor, 10, !,.id: "Your Buu-rs have done wooden I la -IDI"Ie.lou fit ILnlr-<- .rriceiO e.
Hall Bedroom and kitchen Furniture, and sales will be made on till good terms this Kctlon. A youth. a son ol G. M. Mubbert Esq.,
and the most desirable one in his Dealer in Paints, Oils, and Glass MON TAYLOR, ueected at the North. purchases can be oflbu county,had been ror seveial month under the DR.J. S. ROSENS DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND,

view was that caused by the explosion No. 11 Hayne street, Merchants, S I. W. MORRELL & CO. care of oar best pnetiliiwen,witboBt relief, and the A rare care for dypep,live eomplaiats and mdl-
case reported doubtful and the young a..a.allliough r.1ina.when taken IB conjiiBclmn with bu Alicnurtt
: of a locomotive. Uc travelled CHARLESTON', SOUTH CAROLINA, P.w"ia.. mr24- e22f Old established stand Savannah scarcely able to get about commenced with the Hitter or Family Fill. PrIce of both,75c. .
Keeps couctantly for aale a general assortment of Very solcit of Georgia. *. lie found so much relief, from the Hist bottle. f. _
: therefore constantly on the railroads SOUTHERN LUMBER ShINGLES &C. -- be continued lo lake, until a complete cure wn effect S.J
Paints and Oils of all kinds Varniohes ROSE'S
-. ed. He I i. now prrleeily well Sad. '.."" 1 R. J. 8. GOLDEN PILLS,
in England, Belgium and France. Window (:Ia"",ann Kane*,Spirits ofTnr Liberal advances made. Refer t Carpet & FloOI oloth'WAREHOUSE Sea Island Roller Cotton Gins. MORE TESTIMONY FROM THE SOUTH. For MUiif of lh. womb,female weakoess, 4e1liIitJ,

There not station where he pent I nP,Spirit Cas, Cotton Foot.iin K.; T. BROCK, Pbiadelphi T lIE subscriber grateful for the liberal patronage H. W. Chancy Millewhurg.Kentucky October 15 and lelaxaiion. Price Me. '
1 was a Fixtures, Glue and Brushes E. T. of which he has been the recipient,takes 185-2. said: "llavinf sold your Bitter Route time, I

was not known. All the conductors various Linds. dS-r sep21-tf T. E. BUCKMAN, Darien, Oa. this opportunity to inform the Planter of SEA. find it under hal given notice.satMfar-Uon in every iuatauce that ba* DR. J. S. ROSE'S FEMALE SPECIFIC,

familiar with his S. S. FARRAK & nR S. ISLAND COTTON that he continues to manufac- come Settee my Edwards 8alvia A rrmedy for paiaTui meuHmalioo. liKorrtx erwbi I
were peculiar: costume. Hard's Golden Gloss for the Hair. Sd P.lJ't N.lBt ture the latest improved ,Kentucky,mae 9,1851. : Trice I.
,
I aid: "We rejoice inform >ou that tbin .
lIe had narrowly escaped 1VIioIeaIe, Grocery MerriJautc MONO the for the ,Holler Cotton Gins,Double and Single, boiled Medicine bus fully mainioiiied the exalted justly cele_ "- .

death several times. Once he was Xo.172 Eaol Lay diarlteton & C. \ 4 of the Hair many this preparations UOLDBX GL takes growth the Curtains, Curtain Goods, &c. &c. &c. at the lowest rates for the durability and quality of which bw been given it, and having tented reputation its DR. 3. B.'ROSE'S'ANTI-BIUOUS OB RAILROAD I
3-7 the GillS. Apply at the virtues' ,we unhesitatingly' u oe. It."
ead. Three reasons will be given why it is so NO. 14u CONGRESS A 57 ST.JULIAN STS. following say ervee PILLS
shut up.ill a car under the water AOKNT8 : J.T. and J. W. Barry, Uurontowa, Ky-. July SI, .
; JIATn SOX, SIITZONS & CO., universally used and preferred to all others: 1st, abler & Hoeg S 185-2,said: "We have heard ofmsny,performed These Pill are sea warranted to cute every malady
another time he jra in the next car 'Wholesale Grocery and Com'n Merchants, because it has proved the most effectual in Baldness THE Subscriber would respectfully inform the 8. B. &Jacksonville Co. Black Florida. by the ne of Hooflnnd's German Bitter, and behave or disease, lucidrnt to man,bat they are grand remedy
it imparts a beautiful dark that be bus now opened the most complete Thompson Creek Florida. it to be a valuable Medicine." row a billiHie ute nf I" sjstrai and commoa feveTn-' '.
Xo. 11 milt Jjg C'Aarltattau. ; gloss
to tho that shattered and ,, \d. bus Messrs. Richard "
one was & Co. "
I'' and ume to the Hair: 3d, becausethe assortment ofaH the various styles of Goods ; J.Grant 'Irvine, Ky. June 96, 1851, said. "We Without grrpin,they are an active part;au"e, .,
described with the greatest enthusiasm H. HATDEkOK. K. P.L. blMOXS. SKDGWICK SIMONS. Ladies, with fane discrimination,!which theyall usually kept iu similar establishment The Stockof Benet & Teasdell Puhitka tc- have succeeded ia introducing your H 0-41.od<* Bit sad partfyiim abell"er.HOBMCB sad_.e...,and Iravtnfhe
D3-y_ i the different in of George L. Brown NewnanniIle.tc (crc. PtaysieiMM and other lb. .).(ene free from ewtiven***. .Wbev escd wltk
consist purchase them
_ _ have Many departments will part by .
those noHHess otbe rensons R_"Tonic will Ia.
H terrible accidents, anpt it the following T. D. Dexter Mineral Springs, Ie b lf dozen and doaea. Dr. Mixture rare moat Mubborae
CAMPSEX & ELLERHORST could be given why great but those goods, TicCARPET I,. Mumford Dr.P. Patio an J lIre, Knoxville Teas April 9, .ur Bilious Fever tie fever Ague. 'friceUt4odUcu.
when he death Centrevilkge, Georgia.
saw so near without who have it trial. DEPARTMENT. .
want more only t give a S. SIcCall 'c' 1854, said. Vour kiUer are now selling very Cut,
being able to obtain it. Disan oint- GKISTIILLEEiS, Price 2: cnt. in large bUle. For sale by Royal Velvet, Tapestry Brussels Mucci. ms- Bessent ft, and every person that ha ned it,.. far as we bars -
General Importers and Dealers in Drugist ad Storekeepers ,'berl. Belli. Brussels Velvet Tapestry and Brussels for Collins Traders' Hill,.Georgia. bten able to learn,ha bran benefiited." THE GREAT BLOOD PUBIFIH
od in Europe he went to the lmtcdj HURb stairs three-ply James L. King 4 (?o., IC. Thee Bluer are entirely vegetable they invigorate
W. C. and In- ;
Proprietor, ; superfine, fine common Tbo beat BtMdirlBe for scrofula aad all ski* dieeateala
hay Corn. Oats Peas and Bran N. llardce A Savannah "
J States. lie made frequent excursions : n24Cm 304 Broadway, New York. grain; plain and twilled Venitian for stairs halls, co. and strengthen the sy.timaeverpro.uate itaadcaa Ur. J. 8. Rose's 8araaparUI Cooipnaod.. There b
.
A Kiu, be used for infant a well as adult
Way
llARkETST. XORTirSlltE, OP.STATE ST.. Savannah
Ac. BO prrparatioB for Moud lbS
; 1Jru 2tt. 64. 12-4.. and 16-4 in width. of eve- "" ponTyiiif the sad deaaeiaf
; L on the Ohio, the Mls.fraippi, VHARLESTOXfS. C. Stoves Stoves !II! ty variety-of patterns; Hearth Rugs Parlor and J. JL Thou Bethel CI For aile respectable dealer every where,and by skin of all emjitioB,and living strength lo.tb coai.dinioe .
X" li. All Jen left for Grift will be promptlyOtUtuIedto. Tison at Richard Waynesville. Georgia. T. MCMILLAN, UUr the above aampanlta. composedan!
or
the Ontario the but Stoup Mats Table, and Piano Covers silver and
1 Niagara notwithstanding & PERRY Merchants.nd ; ; .
; TREADWELL P brass oral Heyward A Dawson Charleston South Carolina. Fla. .ia.te by Or a_. Price Me.aad II.l.AH -S
II their the Eagle t'oundr.No. 110 and Octagon Stair Rods; Stair Linen, The subscriber Jacksonville, of the Move preparaiinoe, with Pr.lost1*.'
frequent cxnlo- keeps low
on hand at
1. CAMPSEN. WM. ELLERHORST.n"v .. 'ver street, Albany, N.1., trade FIFTY Ac. &c S i I Boxes and Bnibhes. prices cat Adviser lo keraob*ia skkaeM sad, U fcaallt,!* to
He .
'snsireturncd, with a whole skin. "-, DISTINCT V AltETIE Cooking and :Heating OIL CLOTHS I lowest rates. ', also, repairs Gina, at deIphi Medical HouseEstabIWiOt ,,11I4ol' p

Stoves for Also, a list Of every width from one to eight yards for halls Persons J. ( twenty yean ago by Dr. Ki NKCLIN.
1qs-adcstincd to crushed under cmplet in want or jadtaonTjUe.
I AVnrdlaw, Walker & Itiimside, of Stove and Fin'la Hollow and dining rooms, steamboats ;saloons Ac.; Rosewood orders to the Gins will please direct their corner of Third aid Union streets belweea Spruce odAreapprUed ._ ,T..MCMILLAN "'
of the mother It is mahogany and small furniture Oil-Cloths subscriber at-t Mary'a.Georgia, or I1Uadclpl1la l's. """ h<
I a" car couatry. Factors and CommiMfcion erch'te, Enameled Washing Ketll. Stew l'as.&c.;Scotch figured to his Agents. Pine,, INVALIDS

'ead| "Ibat lie relatives will attempt CllA ItLESTOy;.s. c &\11. Sinks Iron Ild Clay Furac..Agricultural 44 stairs., 6-4 and 64 wide;*figured, India-rubber Cloth,' I. Jacksonville, August 84, 18.14.THOMAS VANCE. that Dr. KINKELIN ronflnes hisprac.apsiIkuIUbfaiCb For SALE.:; _. S / f;
Will sell lone short Water Coolers & _
or stiple Cotton other of MrdieI.icwbich
or any Ketld. r '
to-break the will, on the ground of produce iHat/uy supplies fur tho e who send usvuc new and improved "Diamond" CURTAINS: I[ Sea Island Cotton Gins.: his tic undivided to aU".utI. lie cautions the unfortunate engage PuATYahiable and desfr bl pro> :

l insanity; but, it is probable that the (re of couiini* iiin.W. Ranges and \i Stationary and Portable fur. Silk and worsted damask DeLalnc; worsted and subscriber take this opportunity to in- ag.iinl the abuse mercury, .Thousands anuuallyaiercurUlixed ertJ."IOIICiac IA the estate .TCaMa I e WeW'
I : >L4Wof S.C. lot jun5-Sra linen damask De Laine; figured and plain Dainask. THE the oat .of life. Recent aflccliona arco.yUyuUDguished. ee-C.Jl Illat.e4.al) lMajid *,ia >avalCaMiyFkMidveouiaininf

9 Railroad: will win the j buit iu spite of G. W.ua AIh: IDJ Abb"ie.If Hamburg,S. C. aces. variety of colors, white and buff fur shades.S I[TON, that he still planters continues of LONG the manufacturing STAPLE COT-of from ,Jactsoaille.tbtnv-eUbt laiprowawBU aeiee, man or, 'two les,. dweihH 13 BIU<*

: ('the proverb, *that tho murderer Rt'"I.-. Devoll and B. 0. Lewis,Pa. Hoe b Go's. Patent Ground Saws. WINDOW SHADES: the latest unproved Roller Gina at his usual rates TWENTY YEARS OP PRACTICE bosses, bam nearly..Bew,' jid coeMaodioirt Ita"-! ..
n3. Transparent landscapes, medallion,garland, and and j u now ready to fill all orders without delay. la the treatment of a class of diseases hitherto aerterted store,wharf Had several naibaiblliigi,a rood weB ed
ti I 'i ire::iu1ieri r91llJlis'icthn.. THE Subscribers,' manufacture.f i from tbe best white and gold, entirely new style;,Curd,'Loops, AOBHTS.t and imperfectly auderstond,bus eu bIed Dr. KIN i w.t ,.da fine IM.'lacaro" of awtetoraageweoi.,
S.. L. UOPKIXS, JO. .nrcsoN STEEL; CIRCULAR SAWS, from Tassels; together with, all .the various ,trimmings I'I Bisbee A Canova Jacksonville Florida." S 1 i K&LIN.t.utbor( of a Work QB Self preservation) to Alee tBotber'of"ad,. ie .. taa aWvinvity

i "Death". An ilM! d fellow, who JOBS .I. COITEX, W. B, rLSHIXO.1IU11iL1N two inches to eighty>inches in diameter.' Their for curtain aid shades. : ;K. B. Duke Palatka,'. "". prove local and that constitutional Blue-tenths of weakness-the caws,mental of arvm lad ubvsjeatsonerinc debjlitj.. ef the store k owa M lbs' $aid.kHbubeea.morvvcd |. ft6eoatelnlagrhghIscelImOteOfkIs. .

: all Joi( insists S, IIUDSO.\ CO., Saws are hardened and tempered;and are ground S GILT CORNICES. S. L. Niblack Co..Alligator :. ,are traceable to canals babitu ibraiioi the .sad caWva" and,baa a grove of veeaf
Wts .
'f hsVan3 : i
ij "at >
\ people ) Farton und Comtui!!u'JlcrcIi'U, and finished by machinery. designed expressly for Bands Loops and Pins of the greatest variety Tison A Spencer, White Springs ,f S uMt secret yet deadly aid (buy iprian of .duoKstio sweet orm.tree apoe it,aad other rart ue- 's-i '

upon "their immediately return Accotnmudiuion \ .tr'Cliarlestdn, 8.C.HUDSON1 ., the purpose and are, therefore'much superior to and patterns of the latest Impartation; all of which Watts & Cole;Hamburg Madison, Florida j miller and preiMUire tonaUtj,. i 'Also.tot of bud ea lbS east..of the rood toj* tM .
.
those ground in the usual manner, u they are D. C. Aeoata Oeorf TAKE PARTICULAR freek.half a pite dMaat nej bJsjfati '
will be lte sold at wholesale or retail,_on the most lib 4 Co., Centnvillage : NOTICE. JaUBIhM .
ingjils: call. > i FL :,tll G & CO., \ strengthened and stiffened by increasing them_in era! rm.. "" Thomas Hilliard ---"- -*-' '.Tbere la no evil habit somcUnM Indulged la bv coatijninf.'5100< nee. betef tow No.7ttose.XraageSS

--j'ticntl--t | ereon.* l f'ilLnot asiisfj'duV Factors &c. thickness regularly from the cuttinj'edge to the. S 1? WI-S'. GillON, Agent, vd28tf John MielL! Trader'Dill, ". |i boys,la solitude, often |mwln n p with then to snaa- dereaWvaUoa 8.k.B. >A perU and of soi tbtolaM.prove ha* bsrtcteand tBia.;
? 94 centre' consequently do" not become heated hoed and which,limos reformed IB due tine,sacbegets osly aid ,
n3-y o. Bay Oa.IVJtt. Ot Charles H. Savannah
140 Congress and 67 St. Julian ate I' Campfield Nil, aid diioaDtaJaaaomeg.I
because he knows | .tr&Snnla seiloosohsucks to ainmwiitl .Cpus I& .
bappiaew.bvl
your qje r buckled, and produce a great saving in timber. 4 "S *
Cooper Gilliland 'T"; .
I -
rise to Mrkaof valaaMe : -
aod
M. TU ,
f fires a Kolmted,
WOf I jnsidiuusasd de
Lim.Blrgain They also manufacture CAST STEEL-MILL, I B. M.Allen '"' ='rto locate I ir Flarlda.the sM''
will County, .
I ;excuse Window Blinds Liberty ,, vutating affection. Few,of thon* who, tin war to To a peiana ,
Factor and Comml'loo'lercb't PIT AND CROSS CUT SAWS,451>, BILLET Scott A Deveaux Charleston, South'Carolina.' '' tbls pernicious practice are aware ol UMeotseqaoaeca. waI k derebtebeth(healthy 8 .111 ,
vVJudicroiu transaction (For WEBS; superior all! which have Subscriber baud I aWdritbeah 8John's i a blab hi5fff5J.atI
quality they THE keeps constantly. on an Capt. B. B:Bythewood, eauforI I atll they Bad the nervous sjrsum dulleifd,' feel U'a '
whiCh 'each-party; has cheated'the JTp:I SOVT11EKX WJIARJ-, br'sale ort1ey mar be obtained of the principal of ,: '-\dUff -' strange aid aacemutable feelings aid,vacue, lean iatbe tMIIce as tote i1eId the mall boaa.m
.J.wLElf- Hardware Merchant throughout the United ; SASH DOORS Ac. ; mind. -- .. stop there twice weekly, and all tbeaad l3Wf J
I rayl9-y States. BLINDS Extra Boxes Brushes and RoUeJ'l'caD be had at! c ri"af boalawaeafrtlfhl or aaaear itS toWS
'
.
Other and.CaD ad.: \ : f4It regularlr imported from the North, which ha.wil the subscriber's at all times. Persona,wanting Tbe nnlhiKnatt thuaffletnd beeomufbableuaabII laade40 .- .

:- Ioa6lf( fy beautiful flower, -tha W.-'K& nrAl,Merchant :EOF&CO.,"' sell d'at very reasonable. advance' on-cost' Gins,orGin repaired" ,will please apply to A rents, to study labor whit Hts Hep at-easi la tardy aiedviforo aad weak(W,be.Is dull I1I,mind Irresolute tit .For partie". u to"- rmsruss S L IC.p.IMBg1.S..b.v21e.N
Factor -
Cotton -to and 11 Gold-Street. B. '
J. D.
UANUAM -
GD' orto-. \ u8.L.BURNS an4 > Witt leal Ibis
I; flourishes c .-", .c'onl. -,"Vii'i n'secret ni I"".s. n8-y Borce j.Co.:*}; Charleston,.S. C' New York,: April n, 1161. jnlS-Sm. Jan 26.8m S Jacluonville. Julr, --c 1<.1J54, ;.-Jnv, 8U Marys. Gaorjfia.1 j t' asual., -J I'.1a taon- .--' eaerf- -'f ...&. ,.Ill.\.0'preat"


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