The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: January 4, 1855
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. I ... (ffrm! tin Atntritam Q>*rir.) cousin, and no word of her fortune the wealth of the world.' ')figs' Denton said he, 'this is an i happiness of another.' 'True but that know -I ------- --

-" GEBTBUDE DEXTO.V; .1 or standing: be revealed until she 'You are enthusiastic-pity you'reso unexpected: pleasure 1 I did not Gertrude. with an effort, suppressed merely flirtation you was fight, however.cxpcrienced.the latte'
a le be. As
0I* withdraws do know I aid know I should meet here.' 'pour peustr may an extra indnccfiteaf (W
the restriction. bashful. But you her "'
FORTUNEHUNTZBY you agitation and Gerald
DEFEATED: : tempt, sa.id'sbe, ,'only "tokeepinpracticeona good
ironically secure 1neii Jet .'
BESSIE BEECHWOOD.CHAPTEB 'Capital! I like her all the better clad you do not intend to competefor Did not. cousin Lucy tell you, continued : little : t"0eirpajbo liberal
I for that. She would make friends for the heiress, for you are the only then?' asked she, with a gratified Miss Denton, I love passionately ri iridre worthy silly object should thing"fnitil I moved., and for after which the ,Indiana.arc re* _

I. herself alone, and not for her wealth,' one I anticipated any trouble with ; smile. but without hope. When I believedthe whom bestow purpose,every man
j on to should
The last rays of an October n.yore exclaimed Mr. Hamilton, rubbing his not that you have interfered with No ; the invitation was a formal lady in humble circumstances, ]I present ble and disinterested! affections.your! no- each officer!enroll and, until they.are ; give to'
the vinewreathed hands. the condition of affair added the for 'a pic-nic at Wilney Hall." too r man: a iqnarter see-'
falling through 'You will accept any my young cue was poor, and when I discovered Gerald Lester has been poisoningyour t tion of land in the
casements of a handsome villa, in of course, wife?' man, conceitedly, 'but being a poor Presently Mr. Hamilton came up her to be wealthy, I was too proud 3 mind 'exclaimed the take new.:.eoentry they
against me
of Southern States As the John bad 'Ger 1 and joined Jessie, leaving Gertrudeand to woo her but I posscssionofot in, a'nj other
one our 'Why, ,you are as as young lawyer, though a rising one. rashly remained man angrily. U. S. unanoronriatrtJ fimte\r l,AnA
breeze lifted the fairf curtain, which trude. It's too provoking to have an thought the money might be an object Gerald to enjoy a delightful Me- near her until my happiness is irrevocably young f T J II* !"J
Gerald Lester is too noble and further ;
nearly covered l one" of the windows, heiress under my own roof, and not and you know you can be vastly a-tftecanter to the Hall. involved ; and now that it is generOus be guiltiof encourage a of friend
to : ,
mean an ly intercourse between
I II tad! tiro: dft beams filled the apart- be able to acknowledge; it,' said the agreeable when you try. As it is, the When they had arrived, Lawton too late to hope, I cannot with calmness -, action,' returned Gertrude so.,..warmly. and the Indians offer the. troops

ncpt beyond with a mellow, dreamy I little lady, pontingly ; and then fortune is mine to a certainty-but reminded Mrs. Hamilton that she had see her bestow her hand upon 1 'K 0 ; Tracy Lawton, a year ago tonight warrior enticed in.'for: $100 for:every)

'. radianc'e. mal fell unheeded over the brightening up, she continued, 'Never come, the ladies will miss us,' and not presented them to their hostess. another, and, in leaving her presence, I I heard you, on this very spot, the-men soldiers_..and emigration 20 ,ty
praceful form of a young and lovely mindher beauty will be some novelty, ;I the two moved on. I leg) ten thousand pardons for perhaps forever, I can only say, God boast to Mr. Lester, that you wen for every.or.'wothixi t'and' chfld--wniclx* ;each
ita Sad and I make the best 1 1or Gertrude sank back into the chair rcaiissness,' cried the lively lady. that he cherish
sroman. only occupant. inm- :any way: must : i my grant may her as 1 I trifling with affections of a would be somewhat less
young ;; without
'ini seemed to occupy: the lady's h.' covering her face with her hands, Gentlemen, Miss Dentcn is most happy would have done and inexperienced girl,though,thank flection) than eight hundred(( each.-re-

tuoujlit! ?, for her loajr. dark !lashes: I, 'That's right, Lucy. Write, :and while tears of mortification and disappointment :-;i welcome >()u to the hospitali- The young man's distress touched Heaven she learned your true character .As soon as this force is organized.
were heavy with tears.: and her head 1 iirre! her to come on any term: trickled through her I tie of Wilney Uall. Gertrude, but there was a sweet feeling in time to guard against let the first intimation the.
rested!; a-ivcly: on one hand.: \\ hUe The next week saw the lovely :girl slender fingers. Her distress was I :Miss Denton !' exclaimed: both ina of relief at heart,as, with a pow arts! You asserted too, with your cool be, to the Indians, their object in

in the other she held an opcu: ]ext'r. | lom After toemlng for sometime to i J home. A few weeks of cheerful com of so warm a friend in Gerald With many fine speeches( tending she asked : the fortune of an unknown !md the whites, (which I recommended
Witch the fantastic< shadows: eat: 1 h\ 1! panions'iip) revived( her drooping Lester ; still, bitter was the knowledge ,I to obliterate the recollection: of the May I know the name of one who heiress, with the slight encumbranceof four years since) by ,which vtheii>
swaying tendrils of the vine !?hcraisc I spirits, and renewed the fading roses: that she had been deceived and i slight neglect with \s hich he had could knowingly overlook such loveas her for this peltries which .subist, .
; reason, now, they
i her head! and r<....peru?cd the ]I on her cheek ; her soft hazel eyes i trifled with by the man she had c"I', treated herLnwt'm sought!: Gertrude's yours?' though poor I have person scorned to encourage ,would Le valueless-not being: : aWe,

letter:!siiaing: ; heavilylie extiimcd'I : 1! alone showed in their dreamy depths:; j jI I II t'emed-nay, almost loved. In side, where, with a confident: and devoted She never knew it, until now', an- your addresses, I have not repulsed to procure in exchange the small civilized -
1 mut rouse::; myself. Tnis lonely I that s'.ic 1 had not forgotten her orphan I Ii Ii few moments, pride claimed its sharein ; air, he held his position duringthe swered Gerald, anxiously, fixing his you that I might, as at this moment comfort which they now enjoy
life i* making me ncnom and wel'l lan l--i i lot. She, attracted, much to '('ou*in II J her feelings, and brushing away evening.Gei eyes ou the half-averted face of the offended pride.' the country would Joose l its charms,
;!' l!'. I will accept cousin Lucy's LllC'y' 'idgh! :: t.considerable: ( ( attention j I her tears, she' drew her protdly truJ 's eye had bren fixed on maiden. avenge Lawton my looked surprised and dissatisfaction would coon .shov

kin: ,! invitation.; I amontr!! the! beaux of their circle and up, and schemes of revenge flitted Gerald's! iace during the i introduction The crimson flood that"ed her abashed on the fair girl as she itreIr-t palpable demonstration of

'::;:r'ru.ie( D-'n'on) was an orphan, t formed :s.'iue:! friendships she could confusedly through her brain. However and the cloud of disappointment, cheek she would fain have hidden stood in the quiet starlight young her !slender our Government, df$ her intention,
.',M.u.-;: 1. -aa'Iful: :; a r.'l l r.iJlrrmoth; J I! never rc;.r.'t.Tnuy disguise of her knowledge was which !settled there, gratified her from those searching eyes she could form drawn to its full height, surrounding their iresideswould
f r in 1,1 1 ui.vl m) 4:iyv: rJvfore! ; but I Lawton-Mrr.! Hamilton's, imperative for the present ; so has- more than all Lawton's high flown so plainly) feel were fixed upon her.RaIlmg und her calm eye flashing with indigo disarm any combined resistance;'ud
.vir:'t one n'ar ;.i i < ;aj.-e. i ?iir'c !:''r I II an>!. in fat! t tb c.tE'ral': 1 l\"nritc-\\lS tening to her\ chamber, she removedall compliments ; but the silence into hers, and endeavoring to I nation. He must speak. and to cover a small' advance, in way of reward
I 'o&-t::;'-"..1 fathr had: ( 1 IKW !h'.J: :u ti'! "! -.le\oV l i:: }hc: Attention--: Gertiude :. traces of her emotion and i ejoincd which he sank oppressed her and speak calmly, she commenced : i his confusion, he assumed a taunting would induce them if not from inclination

I .;-..;.t.. \:.e? had m m: .\' :'. l-ithe.s: ::, I w's fhtUi'eJ t ; and pcaM! : l. and per- the guests.: made it almost impossible for her to !. Faint heart, you know-' tone. from policy to, seek 'a','home

... r:: i -h.* wi Vr .t rr hejit slur! ._ ,11mr'tier heart would have: early All this had occupied but a few respond becomingly to Lawton's But the effort was too great ; for 'All this is fine, Gertrude more congenial to their savage nature.
;M- ''"..1 yoar f)i r I".,uri,: ';'- thoojhmV.re.js : ] \ ..:hll'j to the potter of his fci l>cinai moments, and as she entered the 'graceful nothing,' or to take: her meeting that troubled gaze, her eyes Denton, but think very I cannot see This force should be accompanied bya
of h: nrl-) i.n ;,'. ait""i\ ,i t.o-c.: : hall! not n (pair ofdark, lustrous room from the hall, the two gentlemen part in the general conversation.Thus : filled and she burst: into tears.A through this heroic you denunciation ? sufficient body of surveyors.. Toe
l l 11the ia-Jiif.il:: !! :: which -cenied heroc.cr in from the Law- matters stood during the : seemed break Gerald
Mirr-Minl; iut; :uri! grey eye, ; to meet stepped piazza. stay light to upon You love'another, and that too, unsought whole country should be townshipped,
devote 1 sc-vr.nt, For a !long! Mm.-: -:, f-hc iunj:d, so continually ton sprang to her side with one of of the guests.; Lawton all devotion, ; and, taking courage, he pleaded are piqued that attentions sectioned and quartW'sectioncd, under -
lii l"ati) Mr.D.'ut.i< hvla" :l'WI.d her. his and and Lc silent and 5ad, "ct lackingthe his with that the ; you my
f' 111"1.\'i'fi1- to < i >! : prettiest compliments! thoughher tcr ) cause an eloquence have kept him at a distance; the protection of the'troops above
11P"il : invalidand: front herot! ; ',1 'rii-1 owii'-r of t1c'c: wn a quiet and heart turned sick at his duplicity, resolution to leave Gertrude's heart of the blushing, delighted girl and thus-revengejyourself,on me.' referred to. aThe:object of the Government
sst" .' J ln.cc '1:1: !uiifl.! iJertni': 1.:: i h.. "-tiring; ; t th'iuirh hand: ome young 'I she forced herself to greet him with delightful presence. readily seconded. You are insolent, sir,' exclaimed upon the arrival of the
,, 1 :ii> inti'iiat": : frioj--.t'-' ; vi i:!Ii i \\Iiogeiierallyniadconeat: the.-e! : her usual smile. As she raised her It was with difficulty she could, Night was drawing on,and 'cousin Gertrude, vexed beyond measure. I. troops in the Indian'territory,should

1,1,' :'''I! ::I'l'irinir' 1 f.'vci1: ;;i:, -, "I t ii i IiIji'iJ! i I a-o'nllies, but was little noticed, I eyes mechanically to where Lester even in his presence; smother the expression John' was reluctantly obliged to announce 'Think not I am Mind as well as be fully explained to them;by a called
'::'i :ui.>-:ciety l f.'r: hJ f:1':: : i.oartiui : o rept by tlIO'C.110 knew him well. I II stood, the mingled expression of pity of that disgust:: for Lawton the fact ere cither noticed,it he proud fool who, though a fortunebe Convention, through trusty interpreter : .

i "' i male no tS'-C! : lo the atten I I, '1',) these. :among: wllom3:: )Ir.Hamilton j for herself and contempt and indigo which was daily growing stronger. or remembered the duties which were lying at his feet, he will not stoop the peaceable intention of
tioll! 'of 01 a'1\' whonn Itv her lieauty l he: wa- the most affable and entertaining I nation for her false companion which She gave him no encouragement, but awaiting both. As Gertrude passedhim to pick it I shall be most! happy our Government strongly portrayed,
aid! i.ToJ/A:would. fain have found a of beings: ; bat with !stran-I she met, sent the conscious blood in a was unwilling to repel' him l-y "show the happiness: which illumined to inform up. the fortunate Gerald but her unyielding determination to
placa: there.1 1'hlL.: during:: the I I t'Ir-tear 1 ger he was diffident and reserved.so crimson! flu h over cheek and brow, ing the coldness she: felt as *hc still her face revealed to her kind cousin Lester of the amount of affection have the land they 'are on, and its
} of her Burning': ttie: had l tljsimTt i as in society generally, those hoye I and accepting with an inward shud- cherished a hope of revenge for his the fulfillment of his! halfexpressedhope lavhhed on him by Miss Gertrude immediate settlement by the'whites.

the life of a redii-e. hc power to please! )lies not upon the I tier, the offeree arm of her companion unprincipled conduct towards her. ; and his fervant 'God bless Denton, and of which he seems to be In[ proposing the organization of,such'
drwi-leJ to min now that she' wa :alone with no one whoc capabilities go 4so fur, and no earnest compassionate orbs. give his acquaintance with her the ears as she sprang lightly up stairsto .Pray yourself that trouble, ask of the Government the effective -
to gui.le nn.I protect: her inexprtrienc: i. i! farther,' Gerald Lester was known to I Some days after the soiree: Ger- most confidential appearance and effectually prepare for the evening. sir the spare lady: has anticipated aid of that invincible( scien-

l Juiu jj; hi' ;iilne-*. litfr lather: feeling i but few who troubled thcm -clvo.*' to i ii ; trude was leaning pensively against j kept at a distance, all other Never had the fair young girl said; a deep voice near them,you and tific warfare) arm of,our'conn try,the
that lIe would! n-it Ions; be spared to i extend their acquaintance beyond( a : the window frame. in the breakfastroom aspirants: he cautiously] refrained as lookod so lovely as when, quickly} I Gerald Lester advanced from the regulars now among.- Combined
tl"rcct HT. !iaJ i i.lnnI; ; I rTV occa- 1, pacing!' 1 bow. when Mr.\ Hamilton entered yet, from any expression of his own tired in a simple white muslin, witha shadow of the pillar. Taking Ger- action roust:; secure a peaceable i re
,I.I I. fn: to caution an,1 iu-tru.'t her that : On one or two occasion: Gertrude I and approached her. He !took her sentiments! and she was thus obligedto spray of valley]) liliiea: in her rich rude's offered hand, he pressed it mo\"alof the.Indians in a few months
I! Khe might! ntt be dazzled; and deceived had been surprised an,1 wrapt into al- hand playfully and affectionately, endure his most irksome attention brown hair, she descended to the warmly to his )lips, saying after the experiment begins to,ope-
l 11\ the first glitter of*witiMost( ';i i mot breathless! attention when, forgetting saying : as best she might. drawing-room on that auspicious 'Miss Denton has consented to reward rate. ..
c-u'-iK1: tiy ha:1:l he uarMi! IT against; : his reserve, he had revealed, ., 'So: little coz, Tracy Lawton is, to When winter approacliedG crtrnde evening. Perfect happiness filled I a of silent devotion with I had forgotten ,to add that the
. tlut: wiiirh} was likely to lie her | in choicest:; language, the trea urcs! be the happy man?' returned with her cousin to the city, her heart, beamed in her eyes and this little year hand, and has permitted volunteers should allowed to elect
h prc tet danger, the \ ile? of fortune- gathered from study and observation, Sir ?' said Gertrude, looking t renewing the pleasant associations of dimpled around her coral lips. 'Cou- me to hope that in a few short mouths their own officers, their commander
; Imnters. until her sensitive: :: nature 'j with which his mind was stored. But inquiringly.'It's the previous season, but placing herself sin John's' knowing smile and warm I her to as wife! ncluded. For myself, I have no as-
present yon my
., shrank from encountering: the risk, I! these gleams of sunshine were but no use denying it,' continuedhe more frequently in Lawton's disagreeable presure of the hand as she enteredwas Come may, dearest, the night air will >irations-I will not, seek the com-
I and looked with distrust upon all few, for, as Lawton became more attentive tapping her on the cheek, 'every society. Their engagement returned by a look (,f affctiouate chill ,' and drawing her hand mand of inch a gallant: band I tb per-
who chanced to approach her. 'I withdrew, and at length body says so, and Lucy declares it was universally discn-scd and codfidence, and even Lawton's compliments through you his arm the proud }happy form so delicate.caution, forbearing: !
The letter which had thrown her ceased altogether to approach her, will be a match.' believed }by every one but 'cousin were received more affably couple re-entered the drawing-room, and resolute duty. That the Indians -
. into the painful reverie iir-which we \ seeming to feel I that where Tracy !Cousin John, you do not really John ;l even Lester could not doubtit. than was her wont. caving the discomtitted fortuue-hun- % can be ,got off by proper.management -

a, discovered her. was from Mrs. Hamilton I Lawton was admired, he could not believe the story?' asked Gertrude, Too poor to. woo tic humble Her beauty had awakened, in the ter to contemplate, at leisure, the I would risk my"life on the
a a cousin of her mother's, and hope to plen e. anxiouslyfor! she had great confidence maiden, and too proud to sue for the vain heart of the young man, all the brilliant termination of his nicely ,. result, knowing them'as I.do. The
IKT only surviving; relative who re- I The season was almost over, and in the old gentleman's judgment. 'I heiress! he had yet remained within love lie could spare from himself,and laid plans. fortuna .man, whoever: fie may be,
. I tided in a neigh'xmng city. Frequent I Mrs. Hamilton's last soiree was in have not accepted Mr. Lawton, thatI the circle of her attraction: until it her unusual loveliness and conde- ____ and his troops will get, I hope*, the
and pressing had been the invitations' I full tide of success!' when Gertrude am aware of, and as to refusing him, I would be torture to stand quietly by sccnG ion this evening had determined From tit TuUifMteraif.. grateful thanks of)his country and if
I the young cousin had received make left the dancing roomand entering a it will be quite time enough for that and see her become another's ; the him to hazzard all upon the Removal oS tbe Florida Indians.ST. my suggestions, in any way, advances

. "cou'it! Lucy's" house her home whenever I small side parlor, threw herself( intoa I when the gentleman offers himself, I contemplation WIS too painful for decishe step.Although JOHNS BLCFF Dec. 3.18U. nieces the bloodless victory will be
flic! should desire ; but as yet' large arm-chair and reviewed the don't you think so?' him, and he determined:: to leave the he had promised, if pos- Jtlr. F..iillif"In' vour valuable glory enough for me. ,

. they had been unaccepted.Mrs. II. events of the past: few months. Undoubtedly(} ,' replied her couiin, place until he had learned submissionto sible' to see Gertrude again before paper> of the 15th ult., i noticed some B. IIOPKINS.PI.cucoL4 .,
Hamilton was a lively little I Tracy Lawton had been unceasingin laughing: 'I did hope that Gc-' his destin) his departure which was now una remarks (editorial]) in reference to
tr".j woman of forty, who, having no children his attentions, and but for the A white hand stopped the farther CHArTEB IV.Mrs. voidable. Gerald had not yet arrived the removal of.the Indians remainingin ., Jane. 10,. 155*.
.S....t..t.I of her own,took delight in drawing magic: influence ef those dark eyesan expression; of the hope. [ Hamilton's cards were out for and the happy girl, who would fain Florida. which induced me to offer GEX B. Horsras' :
.;.. \ around her a circle of !happy influence unrealized by herself} 'Never mind, cousin John, it will another reunion, and, allcr assistingher I be, alone with her own thoughts, for publication, a synopsis of a plan' lhar Sir: I left 'W .sIJingtoJ1" on)
young people and doing all in her the first affections of her young heart' bc all right jet !I' whispered the cousin in her arrangements, Gertrude -i slipped from the room and sought the for their peaceable removal, which 11 the 28th nIt., oc a flying visit to.Florda -

. power to add to their enjoyment.Thus had, ere this, fallan captive to the owner of the hand as she escaped, threw herself into the same l piazza where the mildness of the sent to our Congressional Delegation j my private business calling metome.
.ill.'J "dear Mrs. Hamilton" was the furcination of his handsome person; blushing and laughing from the room. chair which concealed her on the evening formed a delightful contrastto last Spring, appended also, a letter ; .' I should have 'received y ur
It" oracle and divinity of half the young and pleasing conversation. As it was, 'Ah, these women,' exclaimed cons- night that had. revealed Lawton'strue the warm and crowded dancingroom. from Senator Mortor, in reference: to avor of the 7th of May before I.l left,

; people! of II be had won her admiration, and she 1 in John, 'there is uo understandingthem character. She was weary and he F;\me. The question of removal, in- the regular course of mail' it "did
.,II! (tl1t'failing! ; had the little lady-one thought with pleasure of his evident !' sad ; cousin John' had informed her As she stood there, in the calm I consider, of too'momentous"a char? : hot ..howeverreach me until yesterday -

a. wic4t !grew ont of the* very circumstance prrferent c for her. c ,unn in. of Gerald's early departure for the starlight, tears of happiness filled her acter to be mixed with the mush- having"teen[.forwzdedtojlus;

a... jut mentioned. ince the .\she!' sat, musing thus, near the In a few week Gertrude rctured Forth,and it had strangely depressedher eyes:, and thankfulness; for the bright room politics of the present day-it place. ". v .
.. same: circle! met frequently at her open window, l..eter'8"OCC; in conversation to her villa, accompanied by her spirits. Why, his movements promise of her future possessed her I interests: every good citizen of our. I feel the ntmostsolicit for.the
'...-, house; the fpod: ho>,ic" was purzlelto. I with ioineoncou: the piazza cousins!': and tiC quiet! of the old placewas should thus interest her could not heart. Presently some one approached State-the more particulaly, the in- removal_of the Indians from our State.
tot furnish:! novelties( to arnu-e her ; beyond, attr.iett1! her attention. disturbed by many a joyous longer remain hidden from herself, and addressed her. habitant! of East and South Florida. They have been suffered too long;to
Tounp;:: pac-t:: ; therefore ehe hcr.am i *:;o, the gay,fastidiou,ickleTracy laugh and light footfall. and she sat there musing on her hard: Ah :Mr. Lawton,' said she, roUSe I; have been particularly] industrious remain here her citizens.
i- 1UI u idcous Itm-ttttntrr. A now Lawton is in love at last, caught in Towards the close of the summer, fate until tears chased each other ing herself. 'it is a beautiful night,is in procuring correct information for and retard hergrowth: and proeperfty,
:. V.auty, a celebrity any: kind was i, earnest'said' he. fe'e champctre was proposed and as down her pale cheek, and though it not?' the last five years ) ast, :as to the to the disgrace ThflIias of every been Federal Administration

eagerly sought by her to :add interest I 'Not exactly, my friend,' replied: }frs. Hamilton was authorized to invite young, beautiful and rich, she believed 'Possibly,Miss Gertrude,'answered number of savages remaining! amongus ft power?
.; *ad ecist to her soiree *and her ax.-- I the toicc of Lawton himself. her friends as well as Gertrude's, herself the most! miserable the young man, but no beauty has and from all that I can learn, since 1S35. It, a Subject of vital

'" able, uatured husband humored! ('rrtrude's; interest was; now thor among the invited guests, of course, being in the world. While she was any charms for me but yours.? there cannot be less than 1000. I mportance to the peace. and! prosperity -
our. State and such; :havennwaieringItirtred
r: let fancy: whenever it was in his oughly aroused\ as the, conversation were Gerald Lester and Tracy thus employed increasing her own You are pleased to flatter, sir,' have names of 247'warriors;obtained of ] u .

.03.. power. was likely to conceinherself and the Lawton. unhappiness: the door opened, and returned Gertrude,coldly.bnt almost five years since. Very' many 1 toys I hon'haye"b Thegov.cithentetersinc6' en ,in
I. This i penchant: uaitcd to her na- speakers were now so year the window Arriving on a bright summer after the subject of her thoughts entered. pleased to feel that her hour of vengeance at that time are now men-it is true, > ,
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borally kind feeling?, made Mr?. that: s-he! could not withdraw noon in company, tho young men Hastily brushing away her tear! and had come. 1 some men, nd some boy, may have Congress. : of !
-,. na Itou\'cr:1..xioU$ fcr Gertrude's without disclosing her proximity. found the ladies absent on an equestrian -I blushing. as though the cause of her My attentions for the past year. since died ; all casualties: allowed, justly andthe FJodb] ;;Djn aid
.. cce.taue; : : of !her invitation; and her .w hat. not in earnest yet?' asked cxcumon.Mr emotion were known, she endeavoredto should prove that it is not mere flattery there must yet IHJ near, 300' fightingmen. abovepartY ;
"Jltlft". h'J3Zj. win! }had ever admired th' : Lester :-:1rpri d. ?. Hamilton's invitations were .stammer an excuse for her con- I ,' replied Lawton, 'and 1 now ask .- However small that: number, or: out of office,,, *ho.'would:*nake it a
... YO1ii4* ::rid's devotion 1 ;: to her father, 'No, indeed not I,' replied Lawton '-' issued in her own name, leaving the AU: 10t. I you to reward such devotion as it in comparison to our J population: ,circumstances party'question., to the injnrj..df.the
,3:*" 1rl \"E szjnded!: h.er wishes.CaAPTE3 ) 'it's mere povr ;.( *T le temps, I two friends in i ignorance of all con 'Pardon my intrusion,' said the deserves.' rendering their situation State, postponing: 'one: day or: boor;
of"the Indians
.,: ,: :z. assure you. Ila: lielle! Ger1ru e'i is cerning their hostess!, except that she young man, his rich voice mellowed There was a confidence in his man desperate, combined with natural advantages the : wovld!
the execrations Ofa11 citizens
.4 t tjCare it's too tai.) : exclaimed j! the newest face YOU know, and I am was wealthy,and the heiress of whom by a shade of sadness! 4 I have called ner which evinced his belief in his we would find some troublein merit good
-... 1fr!. "aaiilt')2.: a? the (:l1hc.I"I} uli i:i practi-iujr on the ciojplc little thing Mrs. Hamilton had spoken.A to bid my friends adieu, and your own irresistibility, and that he iJl- dispossessing them. Policy, as : of our State. J detfsegiaT-, ,
.-.- itJl !a ietie.. which had Ijcefi 'n&ndedi :,, to be ready: for the heircs, :-:Ir.t. Ham- servant pointed out the road the cousin told me I should find you here.' agined his plans too well laid to ad- well as humanity, should encourage All previous plansazid sd
"S1 hr; : t'.tkf.: : {fU xiniag.1't \I'I''I ilton: promises next season!r ladies would return, and the gentlemen 4 Shall we not see you then, this mit a thought of failure. This provoked their peaceable removal. ing to consummate an object should
I thinko plan
i sj'!u; tsiar.tis: ? fo ao-.li;1 on "Icr !I 'Can U be po? ble that yon are rode on to meet them. Ere long evening?' asked Gertrude, endeavoring Gertrude, and banished any Now, for my plan: important, tnafr SOI
: Ji1Yflcxtpartv.. :';DiLly triflai; with Miss Dcnto1l.1' ex I they discovered i the party, which consisted to hide her interest under the regret she might have felt at painingone Let the U, S.! Government authorize receive -a fall and fair -

: fWh1.t new, ay dear ?' asked l her .;.....Itnnit." ........ .1 I.Airnr.... ......, .in.1i..n1nth.'e"--.' t of ,11!..:and, Mrs. Hamilton, common places of friendsluin.a who prof sro'to love. her... the enrollment of 500 good, able- retunT' to.Washing2onJwiIIirgeir of war- and|
IXLtid who : ;; ; If and Jessie Hamilton fear : teach sir,' said sac, bodied woodtmtn.to be well mounted. it: on the Secretary ?
had been vatclimz: Ill!; I OrJv a flirtation; 'j n honor. Gertrude ,"cousin I not, us I leave to-morrow. 'Pray me, coueagneswmch; ( I
stfl ,-tro'.fjc f with an affectionate, half! the siliv little thing Iras fallen in love John's" niece, on horseback, and SosoonJ'Her ,', :*what reward is due for attentions, Four hundred of them to be'armed seconded .b1.m1.: 14Y-4OabtI hope theSecretary.

,'till a4e1 loot> 'Doe little Gertrude i with TnJ-,1 caat: help that, yon: .kuo,,:.' .I 8et' -alladili5 and gentlemen in car voice certainly did- ,tremble, tlic'.. honor. of.. *which I owe to my with double barreled gun?, supplied I have DO reason will adopt, the plaa/aod

rer IL ta mc!' 'CO"toornh: !1' mattered Lester.. but ria eg. : or he fancied itj; at least,. there:was wealth. ,alone:_, with wire cartridges-the remaining cad ample triaL'DviY'i --:
: '-but almost as lid." What'otlow, } caoagh: to escape' Gertrude'scar. Tracy: Lawton merely touching his something its tone that unlocked 4 You are unkind and unjust, Miss I hundred with rifles, in two companies, give jt jtrIilJa.: .. ,;

3: r ell:'"* romuntie notions ,these" .'- hat Co ,Gertrude, rode on ''to' Mrs. his heart. Dentonexclaimed her companion, selected! for their good shooting. and '". Your ObL servanf' ,: .
' *5 l. do get into t1stir heads: l' cx- *By-the-way7; asked Lawton, :haTer I Hamilton's side eager to learn which *Yes; tomorrowreplied he,'on4-I in an injured tone. 'I have never for advance positions. There IB too : "JACKSONlIORT N

'1" t4JQ$ te! lad.r,Te cdlv. &h:; con- you learned the name of the heiress?!; was tbeheiress! ;,bat,_with a bright I did think wy"secret would go with been 'more dev ted than, 'before much distance generally,between the '.' ,* '
J eng Come; but, aft r a thonand :'No,'for lum uotinterested to dii'-'. smile that lighted his! face like a sunbeam me, but it will be some comfort te l learned,. your real) position.? muzzle of the rifle and the Indian,to Miss .Gillinore.was "eonrted a1nan '
\\raogiti fy her whim i it mut cov.cr it/ replied_ L Ster. 'I would: Gerald L sterrcined his horse,' have your'sympathy!. ,'for'know your: ,There ,was A_triumph,in his.voice' be very effective.: The font hundret .. named,Haddock, who '.ifWo'
1 r01ditiouthatthey: be Al- not...give"ODe, of Gertrude,Denton'.I[and joined Gertrude and:Jessie,:who_1 heart is"too-noble and generous to do: which, showed .that, believed' his men armed with'gunswouldbe'equ&I' j he ";-*I onlywantmake oee-iWmer 1 W'

: IW for a UtUe country miJea' for"' ibe l eicsitb..... 1 [weI4vnce.."' ., aqb"t. -but sympathize. .with:the.tt-tt Unanswerable.. ,: .to eight taadnd:wS&asa in...d me- a 1)) &ib .
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Hcpubluan,_ -:.. -s. ...- f / -.. s., : -. tba leakages whicVtf( not. 'toon'puVk-stop, to iil I'l", ": A.nt"t \. _. ';," 'British e thioik. 'lr
MJL'0TOBIa. 1 gThatTs T..1UJI JO 3, r..r-T; \ .
.( :, 4 ; 18M. lend to ill depivtioui v ft 8h1pmenttotCcLou .i 4 ..Early CopIei lee.. .
the Democratic Organ;I cam*uon a.reply tti J.J.ft! k two day respite both bouses of the General t 1\ fiO Skf r ;lt evIvr1: I I ; .tt05-AR1 SCOTT 110
tbjJ-Ju co-
: .1 jn.y':in tore,When Jhe u and cow"onion" ... a Cran re.-'DS. ideH tr \. :rom the Port of JackaontilH far tfe week ndwaihe Torkio'
1 JACKSONVILLE. ; renoncistion th! iMaocralic party.and'! .tercUyicd Astenibly met raQai1t:io adjournment t t>S $fttpttbhb the knowing Brituh ?ertofl
..,,.. attendant apoa a sc ajon of tne rishiturVbill 4jAnd . -
-'- "TI ) tajk" aVoot ICnflW-N'tliiingWi li groat Wednesday toorningJast. 'Although maBjbooor- hav/ceMed rtpairto' ray privaWapartinentsnd J. .- flowed,from Jesus' tide! :' v lows:: to Savannab bSemioe,13! }* bySL cuE LOSDO*QTJABTERLT **"* ,

I Thursday January 4, 1255.t Brutes that sheet terms the poor little notice! able Senators as well as 'Representatives"showed note down a fowltenu from time to time dur- ,.'. 13{ by Welaka,"14-total 54.' And to

if da'ia you pub1bi4assweek .vLignturejLj..h3. unmistakable cvidaoceaof h ring und rgunamuchfdttffut tms'-vrtntcr witb regard to the'fccref mamSttf rclTc .. *jfun Oil,,siusJI'minlon seta*wholly free!n4Jtapuwp.-----; .CnarLstontiSo Oat trrl'i iWt Fro'ridavMarket 24 &rd--' TIlE ..

t tfT The attention the re directed to'r .:us. And before attempting a reply,"I would say during the brief time alloted them in which .; ., of some of the Democratic wire-pnller Hinluding (; And make us live in heart and mind pSr Erntu

; tha Shr. SJei i!U-dy'a,. piper.S. to Brutus that I think the endeavors be ml41i'' to pass a "merry. Christmas" i iq the lotomt of tltlr. the editor of Vi'Ftpn Jiau) bcreabouts, aa 'IDerot\ldUitd.t i : thee.L't ;," *. I

\\1",t: oFui.'EU"said an iudulgent- father bil find out who the author uf the article signed Ots- ,vtittfamUitt and with their friends around only a looker on at the Capital 1 previous. and:tub- Teach ns to ee with rivid SAVANNAH, DEC. 2V-Cotton.--Arrived since TREWESTMINI5TR RZTIzwS -

L when the Utter was leaving New Yurk t f..rFlorida. sins ia, were uut successful ; and if thry had been, the family fireside and at tho social circle, they sequent to a LPIt"llltiY'eIICI/Iiol1, can be expected tote The sinfu'.ness! uf sin; eye 31st,in 625_t,from 12,71 bales aud Upland, (lii>9-4 per'railroad BLACKWOOIrS EDIcB'Gfl MAlA.

Li.' ..an be would have found Cousins! a Democrat and cue seemed deposed to difpatch._ihe.businemi which with. r ; % Save nv;o..Ldr from foes without, August Lui.d.ujptoii the river,) The .
"r Pa,O.he replied, sure to.rr fiilly Hcqiiaintcd 'It J ; and 563 do Sea Island The exports for the sam preent critical nUU if Euron *'
110 at that *'to the manor I, >ro." had called them together, and weilf to work with i Dafeud frunJ'oxa within. will render these
4 .!V, for Tin going atop at the Bulfington House.' The II:I!!. to Incorporate'il'IJankinthecilylbfJacksonville period amount to :, IJ bales Upland sail 181 do poW.crt.on* ,EybSSS
I f t .. BrutiK takes the Wui:( put in I.is mouth by' the a "ill.' ,_ ,-'to-lay received-its.< qiet..in'\be TbT precious gift faith bestow f '*-... .. dou Jslauds-levingun luutd.iuul uu.*hipbimnl ing during th forth cumin;year. TB.T jiI! !"

o: 3Iagazines. great bard'to prove thatlis Would!prefer'*"* !>iit.- "The Bill introduced bis nl\tc1.frrlck:; to abolish lonsc-it failing to receive the two-thirds vote The sense that thou art near; 2 not, .;4 cleared do. S., a Islnud"stock of JtVtfcj bales Uplaud out ropy or-tcniv f: nuddWgT crude Hiiid SBcculattonv between tbi"WVm Jui *
api'.II' bale
54,884 ami
jug the moon".to being-* treA ric.1I1 in principle. the Supreme Court < f the State having been made required for incorporations. And imiy our hearts the dwelling bei ; and liul( do. Sea Islands at the Vplane (ii time doily| Jour uL and the
s:iui We I bog leave t call the attention .f our, readers In>ll unt depute' his, right to do, us he the Special Ordur for Wudaesd iy, was token up An animated debate arose in the House tbi* i Of holy love and fear.; year.The the suture historian/written I v ? .

t advertisement, in ut1ivrcvwai.oftlie. : pleases about is out fur myself politically claim Iud was supported in eUboiLte, and abluHpeech morning ou a resolution introduced by Capt. Dujl) ,l.ry.ul1 'Of thy free grace partake sales of the Week amount to 6,233 bale,at rt.1 the and time exc.tcbwnt shall have of the great puhtma

i :Hi'itlfcV I"cilodicat,. the same right 1 ant w,lling to allow him, and as a by the Senator who introduced ut. He was opposed of Alachua provid.ng, : for a recess uf the Legislature All know that tliou art love, prices The raugiug of flora 6 to 8cts Periodicals that readers passed away. tt
,- ld..od.la. J.uar i.(:our tablo. and if Democrat. (I know nothing about the party be in un equally able speech by" Senator Lung from January: 10th to November i-'i.next-in All with a willing fiuin,mind above.receive thin time receipts, as compared with the lust United year States give up the to really mte'.htle and reliable nrnst historyof bwk fcr t

.' we did not led thd its merls T ere be .md the mime,) without]the fur of benc: read out before of Leon-after which the Bill\Has carried by a vue which its introducer, (Mr. Dell) MIM.: Bowley, Thy message following result: event. and as iiuch.'ia addition to

reach of our humble pen's d-wiptyc! pjwer: we UII e .:. I honestly differ with .him about the of U to 5. Tlra( Seilators who\ voted for the Bill Galbraitb, Dumuielt, Pope, and Jsh.ue'; took pait The earth shnll theu in'beauty i shine, lucre-use at New Orleans.. .26,813 established literary,' scientific. ,04 Sn

.wlul try 'nit its pr&ie..0s ', policy our Gjvernmcut should pursue iu ref.rence were: Mr. Pr"II'd\nt, Messrs. Brinson, ChAllis, Without disposing of the resolution, after several 1 Nature aloud rejoIce; "" Texas ... ...,.... iiI character.the reading we public.urge then upon the eonaWn2Kr
-, ----- And all!! the lDJuntaillll. roles and bill Charleston.,. ....24,315;
Unircnitr to foreigner. Huwos Hopkiua Myrick Kicholnon Provence and calls of the House motions to adjourn, ic.,Ac., ,the Lift the-j cheerful voice., Virginia and N.C. ioliuit 8WO 25,073 fctJT Arrangements are now Permaaently a4
: Fran- I can sec uo particular evil in purmlttlng; Roman Tracy. The itayt were: llessrs. Bird. Cone, Crig-- louse adjourned till Monday.: up for the rwcuiI vfAia&x

.. II will be seen,by rfernc t a advertisement Catholics' hs smb. to bold mini.r uQicea, but do ler. Eppes' and Long. Gen. Kilcrease.' of whose Injury1.1 Informed you Oh happy time! by faith's keen eya Ueersasn" at Mobile.,........SJ/aj-J: oca Publishers ItsrmiT, by which in ihe. band.we are ,fall ensUed so

ID another oolumn that the next term of ,b! ex9blhsnt most heart Iy object to placing them almost above The Bill was, however on the following day in my lost, has sufficiently recovered to return Ins Jo'elllluw; it meets our s:ght. 5ayaimai.-Florida.......IL M 5(5,4) 5* they can his fanaiabej
And tills ..,.... .14,140 09.1J3 w
school will commence on Wednesday, theo our executive himself aa u the case with our Chief indifinitely postponed in the House by a vote of 1Ctu seat in the Senate. With our lotigmg, waiting. soul copies. Although this esa very tog. _
delight.g1Lg.z7is' ee
?lh Fe-burary next The wide spread popularity ustice. My friend Bi utus ia mistaken when he 13. A like disposition was also made in the The municipal election in this city take place Total Increase............. 14,505 lay l'criuihcl M our part; w shall eontw,. to
at to low
Prof. C. U. Judson renders it uunl'Ur thinks the course pursued by our delegates in the House of the Bill: which had previously passed the on Iolldol). It is presumed the "KnuiT Slltbill L.l SEA ISLANDS:-There boa bt:aii. demand ann. rates is ar

,f for u us to do more than call attention t the opening Lksembly, is the only cause of complaint,although Senate for the abolishment of the officeufSUtj \v.ll: triumph, as they ore rcpoi-ted to "preparing, Ditn.-At the residence of Dennis llankiiin in fur we hove this qual.ty no sites ut culloa tore-port.during Tiuuit.rmg the poitt week stock,and is Pair any one of the four Rjview Per.sm_ *

c of bis school. There lois beeu ample arrange- heir course cannot approved by any sound Engineer und Geologist.A to show their: hand, and report says they'cam- Jacksonville, on 1.c. 211.!, JAMES: U.VSSEX, Ute gootL R>.cvipta of tlu week, Oi'j baled. Kxpurt For Fur any two three of cf the the(four four Kev. wa IX

S .neuL made for the accommodation. of a larg.. hiiiking mural chiton. And I know enough of resolution of the Senate in regard to St. Johns arise[ large ninjonty. of the citizens of the city, of New Yoi.k cit}. 141 bales. For all HUT four of the Itevica-s Reviews. .. .. ?1 JjT II

Lumber StudeuU. Irutus uf the Xrtv to know that he does nut ape Bar and the St. Julius Light house-instructing orrequesting regardless of former party predilections. Now York RICK-Tbe bulk ef tie! salts were made at from For Bbckwoud'* JIaguain I ?
papers copy. $33} to jox'rt lV iua. .
of children more facilities ourSenatorsnud Representative i" Congress The; Court of the SUto assembles For liioekwood and three lU.TU.-wi 2L
The Florida Indians. prove affording our any Supreme on -- .- -- .__ __ FLOIR-Ueurzin.' ill retolinir at til to Jll.-'W.' Ljt.. tit._t.lL ....-.A ....! .m. .. f.._ IB _* ** WPaymmtt
ban they already enjoy fur Ix.'cuw intemperate to renew the application for uu appropriation Monday next. AH the Judges have rived in the ARRIVALS n COilS is retan.ug at fI!,-."', pr bushel. I --- '-"S .a WUj LbeTlew5 .

our exchange week. men. bj Congress w.1th regard to those. objects was called ct: ). preparatory to the discharge of their: duties. AT HOTELS. HAT-The lLat'IIrjCI' snle ut U-sU-rn was at 81-! I' to AMiJf in all fun U sJsiii,.,. Jfr,,
I,glanciagovcr pl'plln"t 5\I We hear uf .of IJrtbl.'ru. The .gc&-r.eat us 14. .uI. Atcrd
){ no IlfjII.I ;wiiij
when ho all in the House and passed. jccscoio.
by in the .Urutull i. truly generous says we up More anon. Yours, ic.
our attention t' art arce BUFFINUTOXDoc. llOCSE. flu mimer is ret.tiling truni "t.r"at $iou, aud the Utter jso.
t-f fellow will zeal we did truly, and were successful Senate Bill to be entitled an Act to amend an FLORIDA.
Tampa J&raU irum the pen our tele ; -- ...._ at $l i,2; per hundred pounds. Clubbing.
cit:ten.Gen.: B. Iloruxs. wUdi: we. th-. week in what proves to be a cause: worthy uf such ctturt. Art entitled An Act to incorporate the Jacksonville The Legislature. 30-J C Bates, Coan.; Mathcw lUeiM We quoto S.dca1 lSj(IS ct.., Shoulders A discount: i>f twi.i>tv-nve per cent from tto

traubfer columns and commend to the attention I am honest in my belief that a,new party is neessary and Alligator Monk Road Company, came up on Phillips;, Fla.; ii Bi Iott-, do.: J (ijS ee-nis. above prices vv.ll I* utluvred to Cluba vrdrnnr aV

-i '.) of t our ou rd The well known experience ; and my first aiticle maybe a bungling its third reading: ; the rules were waived, and the In the He-solution Scnuto, Mr. Hopkins! iutroduceJ the following llexamltr, N C.; Dr D Wildo, S C. 'LT-1II retol.ug:---at $l,23-(ft $1,50 per sack. any reel one from or L.inon-SCOT..t thcabve i CO., four or inure eupie*uf
the thus ex- flair" although it is no art'.fies: it is penned by Bill referred to the Committee ou Internal Im- : r Thus: Fesr
opinion ; I CIIAIiLEbTOX.L'EC. Cotton
ofVen.lol'ul' !imparts t WHEUKAS In l2, an application.is made to Dec., 31-J L Reynolds, Va.; E 2V- -Received! the C.I.Cs of 1.1 ic.uoud,
presced by him on a momentous question, an importance one who is us unused to politics as the 'pen.. Yet pru\"cmeutli. which: Committee will doubtless make Congress for un appr.ipnatioii fur the impioveiiientf itkhibon .N Y. T and past Week by Railroad lo.oT-t b.,1..1S. by Water and sent 1., tame addre-s rFL; ?copies at *SiIn
which no remarks of u r could increase* hitf sh all nut deter me from offering from time to a favorable report and recommend the passage of the narigitioii; of the mouth of the St. John's ; iiTywu lady, : vuguik, 21 2 bales together II',2tl> bides. ; fc..rresouding Reyleas ;mLd ;or ;u; saul au

t Wbila we dismiss: the prtttigt; of a name whlc i is hue, as I fiud leisure, what I think of the American : the BilL River Florida: : Axi: WHERE, twu appropriations Chicago; CaptV E Vlummer, Va; ; the week Ume.last year, isij! ; bules.) !1.I".rtldaa

sure t carry buecess w.th its bearer,.wh.N.e and movement I think it will puzzle Brutus to Mr. Long introduced a bill in the Senate fir the often nhiehere thousand b.isjcl dollars upon each the were pl.in granted and estimates, both of Capt Godfrey, NY;- Capt Parker, coastwise same, I,5.i2. bales to ;foreigii nuking purty the total, i4,141 expuitnuf halts; f.bu\ al! tieilvereJ the princip.il, tliruiyb ct es A ami jnU.town. Fa,thesis work

j whenever he carries the war in t the encl camp, pr"\"e that being a member ut the Demecratic party location of the Western Seminary of Learning at made by Dr. A. S. liildAiu and nh'ch received Boston; Capt Steal, do; Capt Clifford the week, l.,7w.btlt:1Ij; lOud leuviiigou baud oskiekufil,34J AliS. U bulk SemiS by Hi iii, time pustigi,K.j or PO rtut T-

we iuu t yet 6tt our conviction that the l for in iU present corrupt form, i is it very great 'allabassee which he ardently advocated, and was the recimmieudatioiiii; of the proper autburit.es and Maine; Sydnia Ilobiou, Jackson- board nut boles clear.xl; inclusive: of I:."..:. bales uu sllj::p- tic L'u.uu ai.u. w.K be but any
against a stoelt uf .V> 'J b..Im
also the sanctums of Congi l: n me.r f.r "nL.ckw.u.L" .e.J J JTviir 'oat fusr
I'rovence of Marion. These
of the Florida Indians which is hunor. sustained by Senator ,
ville. tu'
the nail l bales
"removal ,41i on shlpUunl ; last
: Tltn'futt fif it Iff*o'rrtlll/ t/, Senate anal Jfuuit ve- r. f--i :ail <>t the K.riett.
l thus elicited from bit pen by the casual rcmaiks of Aud if the present movement should' even turnout Senators were met wth: forcible aud pungent arguments of1 enfatiefn'/tie Miite iff'ivnilti; In tltnend Jan. 1-F Wheaton, C S Emery, The total rece.pu' since our last r-M.it{ kiiLuiit; hl.iii.t.o.-,I CKiiiiuu.i catinin ah
an editor are sound, practicable, and susceptible > to bj trash, we c i uuot really loose ai thing;, by Col. M.vrlck: of Jackson, and Judge AiteiMiOunoeHtil, Tint our Delegation iu C'oiigress E A Oak J U Uutler to <>t>, t7v : ..{%: .Llns' liIVuii bilosdalue tulle IU4Cr bj _tl-l v U, IH> I-;>I.I. t, the! 1'nbl.iJh.T,,
Judge Livington ur iiiikmgH. .isud i tolt.1 im.i
demonstration. Of the many plans brought forward Mr. Ed.tor, as we only barter trash iugvilmgawayour : 'ppes; of Franklin. Upon the b:U being put upou bu requested to use their bust exei t'oiH, tu her to) the latest : '! iu ist Svpteiii- :.II: >. AUI> SCOTT jt co,
dates ut d4il2i'>
M ii (iravcs W 1)) Ward F A hates, O..i.itSH
by the U.S. Government to : this desired: democracy, so that in the cud we will only beraJing its final' passage: it was lost-the vote being : Yeas 'cause the Ppl.ruprilot./lli| of ten thousand dollarsgranted u I, bales the same ti-ie UityiiT, sod! (i.2. ? .IIIkIl.4Tl.LI. Nw Vurk.
cfc .
in : ., : appropriation bill for G E 'Y WPous > N. -U X i! C j.. h. rotvMtU .iiUitbetl n.I
the immense of blood and worn out trash for new. Whiggery his 10. o. j Hopkins, Wiusrate, ct.J "71 bale the yj-ir li.t.rc ( ,*
cveut,wit expenditure Nays the preservatitiii of the Light House Site ut the .. previous. sj .vvr last hmive a %% t..r s.k. tk. "ib ii'jj
money incident thereto, there has nut been one, in >ecouie II small and is becom.ng: beautifully less The Repurt of ths Board uf Internal Improve-i mouth of time K.vcr St. John's Florid i, J"utl'tl l in G W Cole, B Williams N P year 1 -,' 4.The > ll.iny M p.kL.i Lihiusurht, anti this hat.

onr bumble opinion, which merited half the and Democracy is keeping :It in pace. 1'h'1l peopl.-, mont with uu accompanying B.H, was transmitted August, 1S.::>2, t<> be restored and .pplied tu the Carr, F A Webb, John Clarke, j) L were \IbN areg..te bales at sales a of Upland during fi-oui the week I lr..l. >..itn, .j \ ilu C..Lg iw il.e.m, cm.mu .
consti'nclioii of:a 1.uii across Fort Geui Inlet in raugjuf pr.ccs 2,; lo pl.M? i r nl 'tL,,.,, cisdania.
weight which ought to attach W the 'pinion of hare rlseu: in their might, mid\ will! drive from tu both Houses by ILs: Excellency the Governor on uccoid inie with tii<' plan proposed.Aiufj'ui "e Wright, (J C Acohta, E Gordon, G P. & 'e. |hiiit-*, 1 1 Uel ituti w J voed Ircr'i)

3 Gen. n Disclaiming any intention (reflecting the House of State, the old lUe loaves and Thursday last. On the r.ltowiuj/)' after the tlitr It it ittuli-ul, That onr Delegation Foster, E J Nix, J 0 Mattair, Chas For_1.N FlonJs Loxc..COTTONS-Viry( I rUle his been iimw.- in inn-il.> b..iU II,;. *!. ,
aiid S .
upon the pl. of others who have endeavored to fish takers and, maybe get iu a set that idoptiou sundry immediate amendments in the be requested to placj the appropriation in the .lIl" :", tin re is u" lu- It* y-** <."'.s i.s u IT L '.it "j4 .f
Poettiiy) J U: Clark J Sammi* K II quiry whatsoever, whi.u: iur line Ae-a Island, l.uivis
hands of ,
the Oounior -
if tlm St.ite atnl that .LL..1.si.1 vT.i .44 IttrwifH
< the tinS
the removal of these neighbors viHtnra bod. But Bill : lfau*
dangerous out louse the
cannot uno
accomplish as we was pasted by a vote to o. soiuealL-maud, but ulillel'ulIlIl..f the Ie"lv uf
!he .
money expendeduul the work of cunstrucliuii Wats'ou closes Curry J A Farmer F
"" again commend to the most attentive possibly do any worse Mr. Editor and the new The Bill has engrossed the attention of the Senate of saul; dalii l he placed under!iie: ei! .,irgeof an agent the article, but teW hole at unsettled pi levs.RK.K .
perusal of our readers ths article alluded to, bleb Ilart"iIJ! need a few years practice before they r..r the past two J.i\s, but as yet Without arrivingat or orwijjmcer, 211',1"1 ted bv. the I..mrnorof Kloi.d.i. II Cana, J D )McCarly Keil, M J ; -}'-,: raiige usl.:>.!uus; k'..e n.t+:lLlj ;': hul.'CiI5' SI4i'.
:J : GOIH til 1'nllU' "f r I M. bo -->M If lunlr! sit house due
i4'; f I/i 1'i' o *,inV
will be found on our nrtt peg.! can become such adopts at filching from Uucle a definite conclusion as to iuwt.riu. A strong Which was read the fir"t time ami placed auioii; Phillips, J P Godfrey, II F UudnallW LOUN-is selling bt 1) cts j I"r l u"bcJ.: V lii;, t.xii trf Jiik-iitrjir. uu.ir.du.tuiJm

.. ; Sam, as either: the Whigs or Democrats.Brutus 'third house" influence has been brought to bear the Orders of the day 1 r a second rc.iJlIri.; K Cole, J S Sammi*, J Ivcw, J II.ir-Wiu-Jesaii-1 J pir ivOibs.FUJI iii,_Iio t b.udi,u.t lIu'itLty tao .iti uf Fvbnun,
Odd Fellows Celebration. -- -S. 1 tt-\Vu.,le-s..le) tu I \. D. !>..;, UK? f-.H-tiv..,; -r > ti> wl
)t' pirtr
says it is strange that the new party iu iU favurs, amid it is to be hoped that after its Xortlicru! Democracy. W BryantOchn:3 J A Duubar. dJ a 4)"UASISffi a. ; : -
ClIu-l'r.c.I ram:., rom ..; to 31:, I Tiie % qui1u.1t; t.-f, Irm >.i: iiiimrih aid.i >if the
was not jiight of before the election lIe know ,rovlsious shall have been thoroughly digested, It L llo/cnblatt. T C Blanehard Jacksonville ibs per I t.'j.l, C.tl.tl.c
unJ.y, the first instant, being: the anniversary j/iil 4t OMi..i.e.-u i; .U t.a Chunk,
3 better. He as well as yourself knows that fur will'pass the Senate and become a law. The Bill; Will tlw "HJcirb: Standard"hive: the manliness _. I I a.HI rLmIlu1.: ..he! sv'.ml ln lictirvva -cu w't'iit
of ths organization of Florida. No. 1,, and 11 ii Lawrence rf C. J II
day J.g. courage to lay before readers the follow ngpiragr.iii ; ; u .
i..d on.ill ,
--ii i I. ; u a.1 th
which carried < > i >; laud &
of that Jer culcbr years many honest citizens have been struggling! >rop ses a system, into effect will : from tlu "HuiCilu! : It IIITELLIGEIvIOS. i iMARINc
: I. U. of 0. F. the member < ] Itepuijlic? ish'gli lluggilll; do; Garrett Washington j rvtiu llt.lUt"! ...rlti < I a .1 tc.l dlKl Wcsi tat ib.
ted the day with all the honor Tiny f"rDl- manfully against fiMiful odds to establish those connect the extreme parts the State with; roads ; lime the Souiliir.i Demncracy were <>|>eiiin; ----.-- .-- -" .- ,-" -- _-.- ili.inii It, \ i}.: .1 1-.u f -iv, ,.i.j\e tI-ri front,
proccsaioB at their rooui aud intheir .riucipae-s[ which Were so d .ar in the eyes uf "Tiie CJf> iron that would reflect credit upon older and their i-je-H ti the true Ute affairs among Ilue.rbretlureum City; Capt Pluinmcr, Virginia; A C LlS -POi'iT. Cr JAC<3ONVI.. j. iu .gu.'- l.b il-shy I)-if; 'in rdt; ournha.I t I the Lust

lug with emblematic arrayed: }father of our country" when lie wrote "iigaius more important States uf the L"uio,. The Bill!pn- of the Nor.h-: Piunirncr, Boston; J II MeKory, Jacksonville ----- -- I| uii < "* i ln.lu.Mi awxlu ..i the road aunt was uf
beautiful r'gia .d their TIIE.POL-\o<. I'L.\U'II\I: RfcPi'DiATtu.-We invite 1.XrrIUm; ; I >ii< I..KI.J; i .,, t 1., :!.-j (.r.tk, uu.l hit ihme hoe bttwecui
buc waving mnchc t the Molhodist church the insidious: wiles ot foreign influence, (I conjure rides iur the construction of railroad from the the utt-nt.iiu; (f South.rn Mipptutei of the .\dmini..tr.ti" ; Amanda Parsons, May port; 1KDi'g.. I_ 1*. buun.l'.eic: iLi4tia. t >... t.14 iir'-m u.l b..rl: < <..:.. .thil L.t ._ i, hp.c.

to he ail addrto from their fellow craftsman 1'I. you to btlieve my fellow-citizens; ) T/iejtalvuty St. Johns river at Jacksonville to Escarnbia bay at ,. ii Ii., are cungraliitating! themselves II: II Jloeg, 'llDr; T liViiglit, .. I1'I: :. Jliy Queen I:i.u'no. .V:3....u. t i'U to-iri, n, Ui>.ul n. !ls.t ut .aout Iss &rrt.eto.

WUIATOS, Esq. Upoa their arrival: at the- Frte 1'tofjlt 'juyht to le imtjittly a wot?, at it is or near 1'eus.icula with branehes to St. Andrews (out Ill the of (\poss,Softs b.lity in of llit..tc:in'iki.ig t.N u.t.tiu.ul the Dcin.icrats, J U Wright, Va.; 'G M Galphi.! Mid- 11'g. Linity l.iagcM..rii.iLL "r:.1<. i ( .., ;V *" *'. ''rte''T'i.. and a lot sold .
: Ir.nu
eneef the baneful hi West Florida ;. Maiksriver following beur. Uci.ry L-ur-.ic., 'J u.il, u'.U-: i :M I tU u>.-. <>i: ti-e tii*. JiUiiur. IS.K-, c.s.L.
must foes ala Bay anjl Middle
eurh the order of ceremonies was announced Republican gov the liiiflalx: : UtpiiM.c of :.;d instant, one uf tlI: dlcburg; U Brisk, Va.JL'DSON delphia.Jau. i ,. bu.i' tiV-' ,.cr > o' !haue.:. As.' Lit .ce. 'ifacl
GE.R. FOSTLB, Esq.. JI.j-.hal of the d.iy, t eminent" These sentiments have been endorsee Florida: ; and from Feruandina ou the Atlantic to le.nii.-g proven' ol that fiction. It ab!! -- ri.iiifinbirid 1-I>'r'g. Kov.utbX.r.n'in, ios o i. .i.i ,..imri-l,, tM.-i.il i.v>-' IIX: .tt r<- !U.ii 1.4

I Singing; second ; third Address; by every promiueut moan since the fonuatun: of our Tampa in the .South: with an extension: to CeiLrKcj tint w-ii.it *the lcpu.lic call IXiuucrat.e' isgeii1a.y HOUSE. hchr. t r lie- .V\\b.i U10', .>. '1. ,,ty.ud uz.ad |>itti .o' ili-iuT' Ket.u. A1o .> Ls.N. .
b frt Pr.'yer ci le I 8..ft' by otiier papi I's.We Dec. 27 J G ittad Maine. C F hr. U. .'. ;, ;'. ti i.xtiu.i t.iui'v-a.x. AUot Isi.
The B.11 also recommend T.I iit isu.taMe.
f urUi and benediclioii. The : and government, and more particularly: so by leading s. a mal' to be cut ; z> mici, rl' .
t singing singing b-eiv.! that tho Congressional C"lIn."tI01tf a 'A,.,. .&nd .
i'r.Jh.Jo.J"t..r tus
; llrlg iiuoi.-;aA.r... u. Di is. ti.iu tiuru-vu, .Oi ases
I democrats th wWIz: ird uf Kinder- for the of connecting: the water of the St. I the Coffin and Auburn N. Y. )- -
pcrforonce upon the organ were by an anutuurcUulr including even j : purpose lJellluerolcvucl'LIIv speak in Ul1t'qui\.C.11 Lady, : :. CLCAUED.Dec. : 11 ,l. i (fv1U, .n t'Xt.i.-ivp tivi-. au.! ring.

t : ,and cannot be excelled. The swelling strains hook" Johns with those of Indian river.' This: plan is unu of 2i4.pprobat.on; of'the repeal of the M:* Xickol:, and Sifter, Auburn N. Y.; ri ;Samuel \\ ".:n. U.aretl, lilu: ue Janeiro. tfle.T-o.ir.( ..i.u2i -'l.i earl; nil so-il torimivq
and Mr. Editor I desire: light of Brutes, and don truly spljud.d; and magnificent one. and thUI'l leAtritt.i.n. In this resptit the -".lIupl III'( r.i ..s j .. i:. ioi;is.it im-uui tj. C.reu.tCuurtat
of the
'f symphony were inspiring striking ear llioStitj CoJu\e..ti.til has been follnvted. Indecsi II McPhcnson, Kingston; E M Harris, -- :, ,x .1 e..uI.' 1.1 Hi.- ease uf 11 iU.rt Brows t*.
while the eye rested on the snowy banner,inscribed want it through the "Great Bards" savings, let flue fur a sufficient security; from the State by weha\e\et tu learn ul the first IJjniocratic, Cuncntiiin ProIt.. J.; Wm llaskcll Hallowell MLMORAMA. _L.-1.: i u.rtuiU.iui and CIMU ia taut I
with .\Vc tasUt the widow; clothe the destitute, liovo, cith.r Whig bt or Democratic light, not means uf the internal Improvement Fund, 113 to \ that h..s congratulated: the Country on tlurea.ills 1:.. "(br. Oreg'ii., l>uini .l.: :, iv.r ills port cleared sat. t. uu Bu\i>sss>b>.rjaa
Me. W CDonnell) XewCastlc.
and educate the orphan," wouIJ lead one uud..r Shakl'l: perian. Let Bmtns give us facts why the render its successful a-id: cventu ito cirr: )) ing ill toeT..ct !J.kily U flow Inun the pai.sage, of Mr ; Me.; lot ..'i York ..i the ruth! mulL J.c.s.uvieJ..a.2, l>&. _Insii'iU'4

the believe taut the dawa of th ..better Mple should not make a cbauge'lIf certain, \without the possibility: of th2 State liata U"'U.tI.t1l1l b.ll.: Looking at the eIectiini.shc NT C Clark, Fla.; II M Saddler, Fla.; The tr.g 1;. L. IlIt1man.Yr'jCht, fur this port Sale.
111 t : recently lie-Id, the results are nut of a clellr".JV Voi k the KJii! ultThe
day, bad bruVcnon the wjild. Thca after an he really fears that a stcrioiw influence i is being a loser. eh.lr.ct. to piimt: Democrats tu iiiilu'gi! in con F .Hopkins, :Fla.; C 11 Budd, Philadelphia. M.lir. l.ouVUIi uil Uit.u, for this port ; ILL be s K1 bfire the court-house door,

by the Rer. Mr. Uussiiig, fulloued the at work among us, let him and all his; ci.-laborer House ll.1I10 bs entitled: "An "dto define the Hr.it illation.-., ur lead! them to hope lb.., the sin cleared at B.ir..g on time L'-Jd uL 'I l tue t'iw.i ut JacXs-nivJ.e, tlursta, ualloa-

ale orator.prle and go to "woik and convince these nho are selling the boundary lines of Duval) amid Nissan cou.it.es"; render >fii furui.dible: function Congress w.l Dee.) 28-J D Sheldon New The sehr. ji.lIIt.mk, Iktheil. from t11:611OI&! arrived I was pointed, pertinent eloquent.The pr.itebeneficiii, ; tu the Democracy and co.itr.bate Smyr- i t\. v .zA cert uu p.reel uf loud Ixg na aj{
epiMlcr dwelt ably upon the uses and necebty great birthright of democracy so cheaply, that theyare which bill, would! throw the Dr in "Greek has Greek. l* into Duval in the Senate "To thoe u the Ul.iek ('reek ICiKui .> of association in the attaiuuicnt of all human error. met c. come on came up on Io lJ.m"croltrla" felt that their: scnti
meuts bad been in the Gynn, do.; C Saubom, Boston, Mass; Emplo'D1CUIV:1Uted, to time ctves. and dowi: said creek npoii the back
It State
ant the with argument of some kind, or other, ridicule terday. nan supported by Senators Cone and miMieprcsentetl Col.veut.oii -
CJds .enlarged Upon benevolent amis, social : by the udopliuii of the second resolution,, Dec. 20-F A Hopkins Jacksonville EITHER iu a Cuuutaig house ur store, by a Laid UtIh yr'gmul tract as purcleuett the late I
t virtues; cud fraternal bonds of oddfellowbkip. wout do Mr. Brutus.I Long, amid was warmly opposed by Senators; hopkins it id a moot rrlltil"illj indcatiuu: that the local col.veiitjons .- of expe-neiice >u business who wishisto J..iiie-H Long ir mi Aloert! U. I'liiups H being uVt
I The ud-Ircss its author net the fin inn almost tempted Mr. Editor to w rite: down aud Tiacy. The 15.il: was finally ou niot.on ut those .".llIIg Democratic CUll u tielt., ; Joseph Crews, Darien, Ga.; HIt spend a few months in Fk>r...\ Cia k ca part ur porum ..f land .n Ueil by a.d Jaunts Lang.

kbcd oraUr. ,&uwe but a man of letters vilI WOK in for the inspection of Brutus, an address deliveredby by Senator Tracy of Nassau,indtJinitttyjrit'poMd. Oiiondig.i, St. LanreuccHeikiuier, Oue.da; Webb, Brownville, N. Y.; J L set uf bunks and make himself IlI \IMr'li d.en.ed. o. was ulioltcdas iLvvvr ti>Mary Land; S
; I&id A. B.! the JacUouv ha Wife amid kuuwu the rra.iU.nce vf Wau
Oiangjaii his: great 1'ototype : The text Mr. I'rescott from the Committee to trbCm uuty phrase SPemik11mg Mathews[ and Ser. S. Ca. G B Montgomery
J brief, one of tbs best of the land wh.ch it has everboen many years ago. was of the pcrtidju.s act \\lieh: opened 1 territory ; 11 d.loe-k.; als> o.ie negro man named Most> shoot
our good foi.tune t Lear.t.t will not be adheicd to III)closely as the corre"pondei.tofthc referred the pet.tiunofa few individuals iu Duval consecrated to freodom to the uses of the slave S. Ca. Furman University. unrty ur tluriy-hvi y>urs of age 4- 1

After tiij beaedict the : AMM stuck to it, but I trust that all l>rujii>gior the creation: of a ncw county from the power buti,., utter,nice to tho feelings of tin Dec. 30E Snow Phil. F THE next Term. f tie: Fur.ujii CuiviT-'ity nil The sa.il pnjivriyvv.. leva.il apun and win b*
fraternity again formed Will understand. I end of the people iu language which cannot be isejjsruJ.Sq. : ; Pa.; 11I 10.1 Wednesday the Tth uf Febru.irvISM. mud as the pr.KTir| i-f Wm. Haddock, to aatisrjr
p. in aud muxhed tj the upper same, Iu* reported in favor of ; ;. \n. l. 1 has been Uu I
procession, UuffingtonHJUSC A Hopkins, Jacfeonville: D Wright prov s uu made iur uecouimodat lw.nriIsut f'-.r. fae.f, uuc l fimu the t'rcuitVniriot
Brutus-"Hard Shell, Soft Shells.and shell's: such new to be called the of HAI N w.Guv. of
; where them a collation, after the no county county The Cottoa Crop of 1851.In on a large number of Student-. ( Duval ci'imiy, u-r the auMiimt of judgme I
Iwat do. Mrs Burnt
J manner of tXL L's b kt, where with a good cheer, at JM I:! Hear me for my cau e ; and be silent th-t Broome has appointed by and with: the ; Taylor, Fort, Ga.; Mrs For further iufurn ation se-e C-Ul.'gu.w'l't!, .it* .u tuo cae-s in saul f.uit ( nein the ess.

i and LuuHy zest, all the of the board you M:iy her. Believe sue lor mine honor, id advke and consent of the Seatte, Messrs. George the December number of Hunt's tIcrel..nt'liMIIzilll' Haunum, do.; Benjamin Taylor, do.; may be bad uu applitut.ou toI'rwt ut Tin-mis I D. Kxter VA. Wm. ILddtick, Sad I
4 cuyi\witC : C. H.JUDSOX, il.iiikii.rt & lL.nloe said Lao uilier in Inc cuss at
i were enjoyed t o'crflowing. have rl'.ped to mine b .' '1' tiult you may believe. H. Smith and William Lt.dwit1uelioueel"! for : we find un able cud interesting article; L A Marwood, Burlington Mills. jan4-4t iieeuville. S. C. rVniaii.wX.! B.stK-e;i
I ..* The Lr.tletho preaouta a pmmiaing prospect Closure me hi vour u.i. ili>in. amid avivke- your the county of Duval and R. V.! C'anova.for the from the peu of Professor MeCay, of our State Col! Dec. :31-J W Wagner Y.; G aq.* Southern Sun, Oath an I Sentmcl. T II' ;- *>.u-l |.periv Ii a. said at {mblic outcry, to ito

I aud we Wioh theta many a, recurrence uf t'l senses, that you may the LtterjsizIe. If there be county of St. Ji.hns. lego, ou the "Cotton trade," :rum hie-h we wake W Scott, Wife and daughter, Montpelier liis f, n itl: copy four S.t.nits and scud bills: tu C. 11.JuJs..n ii gu..t u.tI,1r. UlllAlI BUWDEN.i.I.nvJle'Jsnl'.V. ,

aunivt.rwy, and the culmination of all the joys' any in these partio,an> dear I friends of Old Fogies, )'. Spear uf'Orange has obtained leave of ab- the follow extract: Lltj.rltiton Jfetcury. Vermont M A Metcalf andLady Greenville C. 4t I

prum vd bjr their ctubknutlc: elu.iice: ol puri'y, to them I siy unit my love fur old Fog.e: was uo ,cnco fioui the House fur the residue: of the li s"oJn. The erop of the United States exhibits; a decrease ; $73-Reward, EherIP3 Sale.

Mild gulJtfU tvr*t euu.. less than your If then you du-uund why I raise The BUI:! introduced by this gentleman some time for 18.V4 ot'33C'Wu, Ij-ilt comparedith: the preceedaig 3 children and Servant, Boston, ILL hcpnMfir the apprehension and delivery be wild t. the highest bidder bclI I

4 -5-. ngu'nst: old jiarties tb.II.1I. uiy' answer-Sut tbat I since fi.r the creation of the new county of I t'vlutia, be recoteredm year. Part, but not all,1'1'this decline wIll Mass.; A C )VS V bblfO and Servant, 9' uf thre nt-prtix, in any Jail in this WILL Court ll. u
$:' From the f-ttof the *Vw york /. ;' "/.e c x- !loVv-d them any less, but because I loved my cuun-I, being that portion" ; of Crangj East of the St. Johns I Bid"rable increase l&ij.is From expected.Sout'i C'1'e:.tv,'."...L.I. 'ltllive cou Aug, Ga.; F \\VallaceJackso4illc; or them.any other America State, about, or s'ife twcntv-e-p-lit place so that rears I on of -"t'get aonnlk.the ,>u Monday lujuaatd the 5th hundred dT of and February fifty SVe, i*,. S

+ presmug a disiue'lnution; to Kn'S.t'1I1t'U.UIL'J'l. trj'a. welfare Had that Um old river; hi.it passed both 'Houses, been approved by drought of Ib03 dd; more injury tnuii the F A Allcxander C. and year ouc e-'sfht Bx- 3I
1Itl'll11l to tbiul tut.reof niit :.. .1 (..;"11 more. you rather, hate this; one we Hopkindo.; ; ; stout bnilil Las got a Kcnr on but Lice the all! tlut ctt talus parcvl of land, bmUiups and
4;I it and the Seas about to take .1ec.-Vt.-' p-rles: and Und Sam be plucked to death, thai. the GU\.t.rn.r) und is now a law. Apnl interlerod year with experi-jnccd.the The Uu Irosts ill 1J, P Mosley, Richmond, Va.; jJ W leader of one of his thumbs cut,. about 5 feet ft t1r lures thereto annexed, in the said tdwuof Jackaoa-
emirhygrowthi ul
Mr. Ye.gler ; the plant,, 9 inches high. Jell about a j veam of age. 5 feet anal known 1105
hut a whig member of vile, a*
they off the track and houest lhJlIIcmby but
; Thla ia slightly erroneoui"fui kiu" 1: ,,hat were pushed thebiMiuliul tveither iu Miy und fullymuiado Hickman Fla. -
from Ui.ddde-i .Imiu I 7 or 8 inches high, some of bin front teeth decayed \Vuitx. and the Lot on which they utand.
hall '
YI think more likely ** to tuVe place." men in their .L 'Who ia there here who wouldbe rcs'gued his seat for reasons up for the bJckwdr\hl'ril1g. The drought o f Jan. 1 C F Coffin and Auburn and his thumbs unnatural!,stuttering in bus""' .' utupcrty t aold U satisly awrilouJeMi s
<-there are but few criminals who have not a bondauhV If any, speak'; 'for him bare I with which "this: deponent"as not familiar.A July which aud August was relieved by the partial show- Ladj, Romeo about 21'* years of og\ 5 feet II or 7 inche i from the Circuit Court of Duval county. 1 ik.i.muuut .

some redeeming points of characttr, and we shall!! offended. Who U here so mean he woutd not be bill has passed both Houses which: provides ers, have Tim givou to many planters most execlleut N. J.; W Foster. Boston, ass.; I. higli, qn'ck spoken, walks hoavvj: they are all iudjjiiiout in the case of -

I not blush for oar poaitkm, because the Yew York an KElUCAJC. If any, apoak; fur him bare I ofcfendtdt for the changing af the name of St. Lucie county produced crops. well. InwIauJs The sti.rui and bottoms bate A Foster, do.; MLs ri E Fostej, do.; blncfc: ,, Two will probably maW f'r! way back to UUIAII UOWUEN, Sheriff P.C.
Very oil the 6th of left
to They
Sep South Carolina, and one Virginia.
TrJ f allows JicLsoarille Jan. laSIicrifF
II.1 .".-.r.onc. some signs of a sense of Who ia here so vile that will.not. love to that of JlrtearJ and the location of the county tember destroyed not a little by blowing it off the ilra Nickols, do.; Miss NICkols.;; me on the night of the 2Tth December,at Newnans- 4iS,2.

'We bia ownntry better than Germany Ireland France site at a point to bj called Sutatmah. In the Sen. stalk, as a large ainoir.t: won open iu the fields, Wm Lawton Charleston S C. J II yule, Florida. Sale.BVT }
hp.hat the Xnei possesses some of thcaeredeeminx or England t I pause for a reply I" ate Mr. Myrick moved to insert the words "Jn't under the influence oi (the hot unclouded! sun lIC; ; And I will pRY MOO to any perw ornerwms for rirtne of a writ ftVrii* #Iwis lamed from
WI. :points" though we hare never heard The above evince ciafter Susauuab August. Thu deficiency. ou the poor uplands,, Colcoek, do.; U Huntington[ X. Y.; nra ,f to convict those who hare ent'ccd thon off. : the clerks office of the Circuit Court of SC
Out ulSbakesperian which
amount close
them attnbnte-d to the Tr ulI'. Who w. it that may any great you failed by. a though not so gu cat as'lust year, will be consider Alex. Mackca Wilmiugton N. C. They will probably chIlD, their nnmi. John county, and Eastern Circuit of Florida.Mheruiu I'I
t I aid "there's honor thieves?" lure but, I trust Mr. Editor: ; that vote. uble. Vet, as the killing fi'ost has conic very late,, ; LOUIS ROSENBLATT.Savannah. Noble A. Ilardee is plaintiff and Pail -

among will atrive in most of your readers will be able to draw a profitable Mr. Haynes to-day introduced into the House a every boll that could! come to maturity has opened Col. 8. Buffington, Hufiington House.; jnn4-4t*_ Ga. Demere u UcfjiKUnt, I Lye levied upon and will 'II

valE"The. iJao Editor, to >/iia of the the JtrfuUico Rea' in the* public! mind inference from a fact ur two therein.In Bill regulating the IMotage at St.Johns Bar. The interrupt imd the weathtr the :picking fur the- wholu of dol October. Fioui did but Capt B F Mosley, Richmond, Va.; JEubauksFla.B i j1Itllitcr lii ChaiperT' Sale. expose fir sale before the court Louse door,ia u* (
single South
with bia from the conclusion Mr. Editor. I Bill. ; I u ) F BeenN Y.M W Y virtue of Decree of the Circuit court for town of J ickikinT.Ho, ou Monday the 5tb day"
even twice copied quotations trust that ere long, provides as am informed for the appointment Carolina an increase of 10) or l 15 cent be ; ; B a W
per may February next, the (ollowinj property TII:
S UM Richmond Ctvurvf:the"qirr Kuewiuthigs.ewa., that that pajwr is.courting aa far as the leading principles of the American of three Commissioners of Pilotage by the CJtpt.'lt favorable.d. From Geoiiiu the proKpecLi are nut to Graves, Fla.; S P Barnum, Fla.; J of Dnvsl.the in Eastern n cie Circuit wherein of WiHiani Florida W.and fheenerLt county hundred and th.rtyitix M.cLa of square tmbtfnieanuritii

Party are concerned,we may be able to point to all Governor,who *hail have, power to grant branches Ths drought xva. more severe and!pro Higgins Jamestown Va. J G Butler complainant and Ellen A.Btockenhrongh Adm'x ; 31,643 feet; levied upon aa the pruper-
: tracted. ; ,
won I. they say that the third attempt is always our friends (Brutus of the.\iirt included and and act such other matters if Win. H. deceased and other tr of said dcii.-uJ.iut, and sold tu uaitisf said writ
) exclaim upon pertaining to The excessive ( BrocVenbronsrh,
; heat of July and August made the I Fla.; 0 Goodale, 'Ia., F A Hopkins, of AVrii/ iw. UBIAU BOWDE.j1n4lft .
.occtWuL So here it goes. with truth, e-u-Ilrutt. Pilotflge as they &lul! deem proper. It iuUrfers atun.gpheie drier than it would otherwise have are defendant I will expose for side! before the Sheriff Pntal Ca. I
"Ta the Democratic: Knon.-Xothinga .'e appeal 1 Yours very truly &e. CASSIUS. materially with the pr sent arrangement and been uud the funus fell(ruin the stalks very largely. Ellsworth, Me.; H Walker, Jack- Court house door in the town of Jacksonville on It IC
te all luMUeaa and friendship. II\andournuinimta I Ou the rich wet lauds production has increllll\d.liud sonville Fla. Monday the fifth day of February j.ext.. sixteen Srrh't'us Si1i.UTILL f It
mta. nJk all the cardinal principle S.' dlvcsis: your County Commissioners of all further on tome favored the hue fields hundred acres of land, lying in Duval county, at bciK Mh> the highest.bidder, beCiraf
yv vpon is said be the of spots in uplands may >
"Money to 'root all evil but
ff ptlnlfJl,. 3V e and our nominees ve.tOOd ill voice or vote in their official capacities with regardto I be seen. But gi-ue-rally the u short though Jan. 2 Charles Broward, Jr. Fla.; Cedar wllmD. on the past (tide of the St. Johns i f tlI nrc house door in the town of Jack.'

berefafrre aide by aide with you ruling the tame I will we are be Ibo hopes root of that a,goodly in the tree.case"-elr.V our tM.paper, it the matter of Pilotage' not to much so un it was lost crop)ear. The shipments F I Wheaton, Jacksonville, Fla.: ; U A River the same being part of a mill grant originally ; ;syPe.: <>n ilunduy the Mb day of February nex .
ticket. woTkbipping at the same altar/ glorying from Columbus made to James Ricbnrd. : tract of hind together wttb all lba
Tbe editor of the Joridlan in this: city I II and South-western Georgia to Satan Bliss do. one cirtain
While: thus acknowledges that the perceive URIAH BOWDEN. .
over the name tnuuipha and mourning over common our neighbor n'>h will be increased bv the extension of the railroads I houses buildings and other improvements ton.muinjr
I defeat We ditfir now upon one topic; why Xtvt has an evil nut, he shows an unexpected disinterestedness comes duwn upon your bumble correspondent in that direction. !The receipts at Savannahwill "ti.iAI 1"':_. -\\r..t.-- -in- Chiln--- 'rY'. fifteen acres, more or less, and known a*

fln abonld that drive you from usf Our nominee*are in Ins wish to extract it with a rim in consequence of bis iuditiug for th.is probably be higher than lust year, though CONSIGNEES. Jacksonville Jan. 4, 1J. '. ID UM residence of the Uu Calvin H-d deceased ba
} neither alien bora foreigner nor Catholics. They I. thj benefit of your readers A brief statement of the incrojis.1 will be small. From Florida the promise -Lone Star Restaurant satisfy a writ of /'*. fa. issued from the CtrraAA

are not likely' tu undertake to place the Pope at 44 The first half year of tho new series of the facts wth: regard to thu unjust bestowal of the en- of good crops is very general, amid an increase Per steamer Si.-miu.olc, from Savannah, Dee.27. TIE Undersigned would inform the citizen of ( urt of Dnvril Doruiin county, for the judgment Adaiovlatrator ia the
the bead this then be of C. S.
I w pivcrnment. Why turn may expected notwithstanding tho extension T that he ba*fltted cane Rodney vs. Emery.
Florida A'ttci baa .
I from them?"-i'iciiM KExynirtr.. ezpirvd.Nves.Iii tire Printing of both the Senate and Assemblyupon of the South-Western Itailroad to Americu*.- M B Baxter B & C, Creighton, H R Ross, Mrs AId Jacksonville formerly and necwied vicinity by the B !n.bJien of the estate of 6Uvm Reed, deceased.

h "11 .true, the Eqvirtr appeals to such Democrats friends and acquaintance, mind those of the an individual, whose article! iu question if no In eastern Alabama the drought has been very Maxey,J Mode, Gardner. up the room RESTAURANT in a style which. he URIAH BOWDEN, bheiff B. ft
office a* a
14. 'who may be Know-Not gai to stand by the other "half" are requested to attend its funeral previous act, shows 'him to beau unworthy recipient severe, but ou the prairie lauds, and oil the Tombigbee I Per steamer Florida, from Charleston,Dec 27- thinks will cwral satiation. It will lIP b'lI Jacksonville, Jon. 2, lai5. Ins-
DemocratM faith instead of their votes from iU late : and the Tu calooui the will than LQUOR4! '
Laving position, in the Democratic party. gain more J W aim to fin-nth the choicestof
of public favor. Tho bad temper he displays Woodward, E Ban. J S Townsend.J K
4 L bartered ud auld in some secret cumcr.-'Nc'. Democracy 1 U to balanca the loss ou the Alabam river. At New and SEO4R mind uneJtCt'ptionable OYSTER And To the PublialK an
,J This: U the first time that we have ICeD an official! the of fifteen expected wear half mourning as well as his unkind flings at Dr. Jones Orleans aud throughout time Mississippi Valley, Uarrison, R.W Biggs & Co, U C Gibb. W W GAME UPPER.. In short au give complete 0

:I Bot'Acatioii that "Democratic" votes could be so be fired.PRUBTTCOIAX apace. days. JIa'f minute gum will the venerable whig member from Key West to the tmued storm and 0:1: the 2zd of September was long cou- flours, J Fullunnau, S G Samson. 1IlI1iafilctinil 1.1 his ."". TABLES 'f'iIIIOOU ? nnders-'gHuT tsiM'ra* "10 I1 T Ttt *

soy nothing of bill attempt excite renewed sympathy very disastrous. The drought and Per steamer SU JohuV fromSHvanuah Dec.211- A rouple oft ne UTLU.\RD lure W $tar%
bartered and t No. lloliae Building
I easily sold. We hare noticed that .a- heat which injured the Atlantic States did much si*. 2. ,
( aome of them looked cheep, but did not know that Cuine-n.'.We notice that the from those whoso agent ho was in the late damage ou the uplands. But so numerous are the B A C, N B RJIS 0 C McCiellanJ' P Canova. J be dec added 2-tf h bU MUb"ahmf"jQlLV WHEELER. and for sole,

c. they were ftr sal or barter. This account frame of the new Presbyterim! Church turn been Congressional Can vat* in an unjnst abuse of tho rivers, so wide the bottoms to late the front that Mode, I V Garnfc-! P & A. A General Assortmeat or
may erected and that the the favorable influences much exceed the adverse; Sheriff Sale.
M wuikmuti.ue-liusilycuipleyul distinguished ,'bljuuwillco for Congressional Per steamer Carolina from Charleston Dec.81-
fcr tbo b' Dttniained by our neighbor that in its completion. From Texas the reports of a fair are uuifonn i .Id at outcry'to the highest Merchandize
crop be ,
well tho aud Ellis 4 Miller & J IT.L
honor as as use"slang Ledmth T M A. McCuen
d b be able! to extract that "evil ruoL" The sound of another church und invariable the ,
may going bull will, we drought having done no damage bidder before tie Court House dour in ui Goods. OmeaTicS.P10'
'"Asfcrour' mu.ten. we hue not 't> choose hope, soon bj heard iu our midnt. !Service is at an uncommon extent may be deemed by the ou the Gulf. From the whole United States Woodward, T O Myers, T D Dexter, S Buffing- the v town w uf Jacksonville, on Monday the 5tlr d itrdwre biusistIui! : uiJ Dry V.'uthcry. pgT and GIIUWits

this day 'bom we will tern,' Air wo have lung present bold in a chapel which is too small tu nccomiuodato dominant party in the Legislature essential prerequisites the crop may ba estimated at Z,SOOOtW. bales, ILl ton, M F Iluduall. S B Thomas J S Towutend T of February. A. D. one thousand eight hundred hats and tiilai. flouts and Shoes,SaddIei7, and s

deco devoted imr scrvico to UM people and to the the increasing congregation.!' fur an individual to have lavished upon follows: McMUlen, J B'D llaulmm ,U Keil. C D Oak T and W..liye the following described property to large uaortmtiat of Rooki sad 8tt101. and all
of those which .' thInk S.. Rccli'... Estimates.1WS. certain Lot of land in the said town of trd to WhieL they ii
diwomuistiun principles c "J K wit: One articli suited to tha *
most conducive to their wellanj."- \ II''. W'oaTH CUDIXU!-T.I fcuflerers from Scrofula. him gold and silver from tho Treasury of the 154. IS... Douglas, Capt Willey C Ellingor; ) II chess; ,Jacksonville* beinlt a part of what i ia know on the other attentia 0fthe'pubrc, sad ask-thea 5.

f There is mor tratli than poetry la this obser- Wonderful case of a bcn>fuloua Ulcer, cured by sint., In this lubUncc, as in others, it is painful Tt'XoUl..balel 8l>t>0 110,000 lai'.Ol: ( Harrison 4 Co, W 0 Mclntire. J P Sanderson, I map or plot.of *>id. town aa Lot No. 3, in tenure call vile the and examine theiP stuck before pnrcAasinc
JbUtnOaft OitUmtittand PUl*.-VL ty Ann John- observe tha looseness with which drains upou the New Orleans... 8I\< IS'H.OClU.< 1,660,000 C Drew,Dr Holland,T J Pans. No. 2, and bounded and described an fifllowa: On they ditter th1adVes it they ea
f tlou vi tLe ;lr#. It ba4 not the privilege of son.of BaUvw, Xew Y ur .. was afflicted fur eight Treasury are made by the in .Refusing Mobile... MOth o3tiO!) ,) C.IH.OOO Per steamer Webtka from Savannah. Deo. 81Bnfflagton the north by a part tlf Mid Lot No. 3; on tl'e east ell!! asTw aTaiy one eUe, te cash or oomproduce.
cbooaiiig dtf think; ita muter art with acrufulous party power. Florida:.. .. '? ') ; ) south
mafckr bur. wa : 11 a uiocrunber culf which P 15CiX)0 160,000 hy i Lot No.?, In said square Nu 2; on the
j I, Ud tho privilege tf choosing .its servant. If affected the bone) she resorted teal! kinds of to Abolish Supremo Court and the office of Genrgia....... : ouo 816,000 825,000 house;D J 4 J W Shefilold, Mra Mary by: Bay-street, and on the west by l\ew An-titreet J. 11.jITON.1-. (M.W,GRATEa.p .

been then both the FrU rooiudicii, but ubbuned IH relief,until she bud tvcoursc State Engineer endeavors.,to procure additional South Carolina.. 40:1,000: 417OlH, 473,000 .Bellows, Dr W Bostwick, J ;Muustcr. JH, H B, fronting nu rtnv.strwt. lOIS feet and On *-\YI1III1.at. -_- -
: either bad the case to lloway'a. Ointment and Pills. The Other places.. lill.OWiG,1JI.IQ 4 Co Night about feet.;' be'lIOlo1 the ? jiv", GaAvxa would pectMU7 athVpuUic
compensation to minor office holders an,iue-reasft 60,000 Bloodwood 4 Bouse A T Thompson 90 The name to aa proper- ? -
I ) Jfat.ud, WadlMV&'Mtid. would biro been PilUtlurourtily clounstd and purified the blood. .' -' of the Estate! of Charles! Byrne late or DuvajeonnrV that to still cJuUnue* UwIJt
and aJtUnBgli tho wountls dresdfuistate salaries, to the i important officers, and last but Total! .. ... i Carl" 0 Uill bw.: nisueI
t $
bettft&. were iu a most 3,2tJ3OOO 2,930,000 3,200,000 -, deceased, to sntiufy a writ of J1.F Dauerrcau Business,
a 1 ... by continued of uot les t the actual payment to a Public Printer of ,_ --_, --- -- the L
-- yet applications the,Ointment -., ,- -S. -- from the Circuit Court of said roiintv, for judg. ) 1.Waa.isidM& t
r t 4TweEOdeabsincvYorkwcekbcfuro.I they Have perfect1!. healed, and her health Is a largely .increased ".nni cf'money, from that'expended T. F. Meogher-- lectured in Boston on the eveningof _''i LOIN .r : ment and costs in the cane of Felix Livingston vs. On, dIe4. west i ( Dr.R j .

.I ... .4. completely rQ&u, .cL, ..I'_ 14. in former yean'an matter which;it it to the 26th ult, to about 8,000 persons.Miss.Hurray Jacksonville,'ott Thursday 28th alt. a ladiei' .Tereu "\.' Byrne; Administratra of Uw EsUto of
i %"went flr.Shad told in Uw Sarannth mar- mechanics Institute- New- be hoped'&* :will consider 'andVhon Broach; representing female headv-. decessed. v'.:, ',j
11 <% I.rhe: at OrwiJ] it isatrucdbJirc I ftopti ; opportunity one .of the'bousohohi of, Queen. The finder will bu rewarded brJ at 'fCIw..DlrDe URLUlJlOWDFZ".Sh\Jl'w n .

: \ be ... ,'l'lulrlQ9". "..J'oT'att); fteft.. .: ".:: .f,' f ._ _on:*k* r'nlu'. ,: 'i- I otrm.place BJcuiupowrr. '. Who will be. Victoria, is on a visit to Washington.- '. ''-,* fi '
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t ., awtrtained, rn. 1847J3,, that they Steamer Mount Pleasant FJLEE'RHB9CED. 'ot rp r' -. k

I "f"V" ASmsGrox, DEe. 26- 'conld *!HJ profitably imported from -. *This .temerwhieb ha beaaBowprr PASSAGE. TO 5EWTORK$20.], .nd Intermediate, : -: -. :. _ie__ _
tho United' $ a. IThcse, 'articles .a ia.lODlliti for d'eeti're.s '. -. 7"tfttlll _&
4Iih&U. S. .Senate; Mr. ] ROD- value .' red:to H. & liai 1.ine. LandIngs OB: the airMiIi P.rMZe.
export ,
hruitdiupled iix .. txzaineM -
rt* m berregular -
memorial of the --
: the &tJohn'sR1ver.'' rpm:indenT o...taIe.
presented since the 1821. -: oath* St.John's, II the towing of vesselsrafts, NeW- rk'k'Sa'nn a ..
fgtfelpUft &srd'ot Trade;asking year *&, and 1Ie such other aerrk*u aiaay be The Stiaaner" BAKtntGTOjr'Captalw I 'ted apes -ifclU vine,Oowgirn. Itbavery
'Ploor and grain promise, to: be- STE.UlSm CII-WEELY UKE. Boacwill Urge-aad. cogiparagvery;.rr MlT.rMfc
contract. leave Jacksonville:
iit ba taken.for.the relief appointed by special J : every Saturday
measures come permanently of great !importance Enpigvments may be at anT tone'entered Into The new and splendid side-wb-rJ lltaaJMhiplt- morning st S o'clock.arming at Palatka same day. sowhsi1ersia4sDhorns-en _
Dr. Kane and gave notice that lie values. Rice with the Captain in there of"her,at any point at Florida ik'tnns Capt H.So WoedhlllJ LeaTra1atka 5 o'clock Monday awrnmr. ta If desired a vahisbls tract of wsi14t.bw,1

of the toll for the relief to us in export which she may bstnpoB the vnnte,or with berproprietor. Alabama, 1,(00 tons, CapL & B.Kchenck, connection with the stenmers Carolina and VTtlaka lMHi a tir MM totk* JKL wffl se oU witk lit
11'01.1 call up diminished. The following will Lake Monroe _. sad if appiiH '11'earl,.2O.OOO) to oo.IOO.
week. and flush have CHAKLES WILLET. Angusta L.')toes,t Capt T. Lyon, same day. Returning, 't"o -

!!the soldiers of1812 next 'tables will be found valuable ad Knoxville: l,5uO tubs CapL c D. Ludlow will leave Enterprise et 5 o'clockTueeday moriin OftibiresbeahopurchsdS.
l f load
COLE'Smu31c drawing 14 feet water t tW
can *
Sumner submitted a resolution I j will leave New York and Savannah Wedaesdny and Paatka! at 8 o'clock Wednesday( morning,and MilL! and the _
Mr. cammittee Commerce I for future reference by the legislatorand t otiC'e to Debtor Dud Creditors and Satnrdar. _every arrive at Jacksonville same duo apply ef river fernUamff aa itteshaastiU
tiat on and nusieil InstnuncutDPOHIIOEY tiaber.affvrds most advantag***ait>
X M. REED A!'t at
asking if the merchant ; persons indebted to the estate of James These ships ere the largest on the coast, nnsnr- Jacksonville untius t* use wiahoia lot eaga fa th* Lumber
consider f
to jnlf R. K. Palatka.
directed ALT. REID. Ap-t at
be nnyI --l .. .. : deceased late (.r Ducal 'cnuat.". are passed in i'. safety,or comfort making theii ,, Baainwe. D..1. CLlSCB.
tion be needed to secnre the OO CO OC OD OD berebTiu>ttfied to moker "it to the onderip rmD>to cSt) hours, aud. are.. commanded by Boots and Shoes.fPflE JefTemiutoB Soveotb 5.ISM.Tornie -.
I of d en : :. 4------I. tI ed.'witliuMhethne required bylaw; and allpernua skilful careful and polite officer They offer a KIXG STREET, CHAIILESTOX_.
llL-3 of Merchant seamen case ,u ti o :. taring civms npiinst said estate, are most desirable conveyance to3Cew'Yorfc. Subscriber will keep constantly on band Where can be obtained the latent and neoust select .' '

-rCck. Passed.Vr -1C -;: tC K) .C4-i. <-J'1+. les t-,+.-1 r4 t hereby notified to prcseut them with'n due time Cabin Passage.....,.../......t21\. I a large assortment of Children's, Misses and Manic, and Miwel: ImtmmeoU .f every rarirtr. A PLACE in Daval County, about

introduced a bill --- t.--bbb? "- payment.. JOBS HEDGES: Steerage Pamsge.......tip.U Ladies'Shoes, of all sixes and qualities also. Gen at Moderate price ttnf m\tff sad a liat w**-nf Jai4.e.eeisjipgeeie
Douglass ap- ; oc c o ooc gt .Adm 1listnlor. ELFOnD. FAY 4 CO.. tlemen's Bouts and Shoe Tour attention i is particularly TPiAXOs of the best quality kept on hand and It a r._"oritla a e'tumay.esui

nropriatingthousand dollars for .j oc : If SARAH FAGIX.XOT. Agents in Savannah.SAMUEL called to this selection of good forwarded to all point Iiaring cunimaoicatiun .*. mrt toiMiitf- The pliew remMaa hfty anv/

and annual appropriations o. I'.1 sJ-.1 9. lSi4-8w. Admtnistratrij. L. MITCIIELIiiSOy L. B. AMERMAJT.ftsv with Charleston. Oct 12-f fru..d ...with! arroi ketaaftaar .tk*ararlai,
the, expenses OX 00 oc t' : -- ,- 13 Broadway, New York. SO tf BoI_' Block Jacksonville. TwMrhWt. Is r-t IIPIbUPS ta1fII. APIfI$ *. oal.s.1.
--- - -
current rendered _.CSCStS.OIi c.. r0 of .. rn.Id..se aPeses lc Peas 4I(1Iu_uppl,.L,
the Goods Description.
of year -- every
- ..* For New York or Philadelphia. Calvin Oak & Son N.'If.LI tMSJsukomWefm_ *,...
ul1Aroidsb1e by the decease of Governor --Q-O> oc -a I TOE nnder:(& ed i ill now prepared to announce QUARANTINE or no QUARANTINE, n>t tt-tjaal J. A. aLDDOCLT
Passed. ;- =o "- the pubIc and his feU<>w-cititfns that hia CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. Quick Sales at Low Cask Prices is tke Hairafkctixren and Dealers -
Curt. t: -I C ; -. 15av street is with
New Sire, on now provided a Philadelphia k Savannah Word I FOR SALE.

Many local bills were presented ---;--.-- -_-.o.- t.lt .= full axsurtment of Uoodn nf erery description, con'siting .- '- The Gianft Big Hat consumed IX TRMTOFWD. tying iaAhebM '-'
: : : : byfrt A
and Pmriiiionii. Steamshirj
fGnxcrte5 '
-.joo-too : ? oa the west aiM .f ..
and referred. .0 : co .-i ]>ry Goods and Read, Made Chithin But vf can now fatty tfIlip'tM Giant Guts PIST LS. &l. Lake about ooe a i'. from'P vW. Prmbto sad

In the House the Senate bill r -Dp-- -r Crockery and Table Ware of e"err IesciTptioa CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ,icilh Hat, Coat, Pan and twain mile frees Mtaanopy. tTse tract.
o'Xoooc.c. c> ca re"cs : ..c Plain and Fancy IAn," Looking-GIasa Ac. The R clsoJ.tiUe FEd ,'*5 acre,about IOU under eahini .
Messrs. Choate andllawley - ;- Atlantic & LaGrange iilroad connects at own ,
minteil : I 5 :. -t 0 lf-"s"bo'b* 2 Q Stddles t Harnens of all kinds. Boot! W fa '
-- East Point with the JUcon 4 Western R.itrll.d.Tbru1 .- acre more nearlT prepared *aaMtiafiAboat _
; ; t. *- QDCS -
I e cnts of the Smithsonian Institute, : ; -t. --4i- : liardI'1'ooden1'nrt'aod Tin War. from Montgomery to SAvannah in 30 hoar MEN OF ALL SIZES CAN BU APPARELLED VWTOULD inform the tmUie that y are prrT 4 erwor the tract ia goo*aaai
-cI- --t- -_-.-C i4-4-' 3.s a And a great VarIety of Fancy-and n eful articles Leave Arrive at V pared to manafiietarc at abort notion any and the greatest putties the balaanj i* i

was passed.Mr. Co .0I C t. 00 00 Ot E i WI'; general and Jltlmie-k hljr pnrpollel. Montgimiery at fi.30 P. 3!. East IV.nt at 8.20 A.). AT MODE'S L. kind of'-UU'TX or other( CN. bt a mill IPIIJII'o pine land mixed with hickory growth. \i load

Bridge: ? moved! the passage of .::!.F t- C -.1.0 _. I I wimld TvspectireHr inrito purchasers who vrei East 1'oint"at S.43 A. M. Mncon at 2.30 P. M. THE SHELVES CROASIXG BENEATh FALL passed by antr raakcrc They keep enoatintir oo IS well adapted tit raise cum,euttoa sad eaaa sad.
j r ; I" I' 4 7.ClCIOX i Ia of JKi-ma ta I hand at their mannfirtorr Riflm Gums Pinti,! is drsinble ;
preventing the importation : wnnt Cl"t/iiny pit DM a call ?, Mtcon at 4.50 P. M. Sivann-h at !.z' A. M. ; a tm t ptantatioa to aay psnoakariac
I resolution = = OfO. lOr': as I hare on baud a great variety. Fare from Wet SUPPLIES OF CLOTHING owjur. Shot Lead. Percussion CupH. FLub Shot a MiBScKmt furee to bring it isle e .,Tted.dtr.rt
to S 50
Montgimiery Point $
'"=: "e fe"o." u : T, Ladies and others I would aim oflVr -- Pouches and Belts Elastic Ron and vth- ; U the
of foreign paupers.] 4- = li tiWZ5OiO aD my a.Iofltnent West Point: to East I'"illt S .Ti Come AUaad Re Clad! Wadding. healthy year roaad.ad.
Mr. Hunt moved that the Secreta- pc jf.c j=pc wiJ to: CA"in 11 & of Dry and E.iner Goods which I''ahull I '' East Point, to Suvannaii. 8 oo er Sportsraaa'n articles. Together with Bowie water eieellenL I '

1 w >i"bo u1" "in 1 1 t* ; keep constantlyreplenished. This Line consists of the well known first cluss JMOpE & BR6r again"beg leave to call Knives and ,Dirk ftf every deacript,and a TSrintr Then are some .oiuurtablo'dssUiag .
rr of the Navy inquire into the c.jidiency \- .- r; C.T er ..1to E I shall alwar* sell upon tuodi-ntp and acnimmo-. to the immense stock of of other article, too numerous t<> nicntUm.Rifles and a gn: honse and stables spun tb.rHn.
li t; QC 30 .- -I -1l tC CJ : MORUIS KIEL.u Steauiships ; Shot Gnu The above will be sold low for caiks Feraar
and Pistols and
of locating a natal: depot atSew ; dating terms. STATE OF GEORGIA" DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, A-c., : repaired -
- -
J further detail Jufurmitlon.write to Mr. J. U.
.: t. : 00 : :i I,:;" tons, t'-pt.: J. J. J\K\IV! Jr. which they have now opened. Their stock is just warranted.. Tl7oi or
Orlean --- -- llcKinlav *T topr' at L.
Jacksonville or
- > -- -- me
c. Of t" I' :. -t t."re e: 3t'1yWAY "KEYSTONE STATE, impurted,nd consists
ilr. Letchcr" resolution was = -1 : CI 4.1 1.:1 en 00 & TAYLOR 1..VK. ) tons, C.ipf. RdBEKT HAKDIK. Charles Waal E.t.
.o-. .-Fp'._ :.F Every variety of Dry Goods. Clothing.Amon JOBS B.tf $..ttNDEa&Seitemb.rthl.54.
adopted instructing the Committee -. .-..: -- .< In strength, speed BIK! iiccoiiiMKxI.itioiig, these .this stock '
; T. ; I' z ;: ,we name tn part

(" ,the JuJifiary; to inquire into the .c =: .E:. :Co t t. ,00 0 :. fAtTOH & CMMISI IijJ! MEIICIIilTS aLi'I'|oa- are the tiu count.urp;'sscd River, if navgatIon;equ illcd I ,,by loo any Cnttoa aud Woollen Dry Good do. of fine qualities du. ; ucrjiIo NE ER1 For Sate
-_-- ---- Do. do. coarse '
cxpeJie n y of roi ortiig; a bill making j, .- -t. : ; .;- c. Corner of Day and Drayton Streets miles. Two nights at sea. Coarse and fine shirtings and sheetings; JACKSONVILLE, E. F. ATBACT of Land Cmnerly owned by the Ide-

cull :It..'- *Hil the }law in Minnesota j jitartv I : -I x1;o .; 7. t'n SAVAXNAH, GA. 5.LILING b.&TSt-Rny "EI>NE>I AV J'UOM LaCK roar, C-oarseand fine Hosiery; ALES ia any part of the County attended to lying in Dowel county abed l'mlteo.
:-i X. x : : = AHKNTS: Stocks Gloves .
North West Hail c : en C'ranL' Suspenders Collars C7 and respectfully Holicited. above JackstaiviH and two from the tow*,
;...5 j I I, .:;x.:. _::P.: .: SEV T5I.\M) rriTTOV-' C.TqirlE In Savannnh. C. A. I.. LAMAlt. Hats, Cap. Uoois, and Shoes; Good neat to the,subscriber on commission or *). ,_iBUining about fnar hundred acrw.
Road. i I : ; :.1t -y: r Goo Undcrwjcned being SOLE Agents for Bchafftr's Corner; Drntm and lrnn Street Ready-made Clothing fur persons of all the for auction Sixty of which are under excellent fence:aad prodnee -''
private or will be
:" : t: t. I: I: 0 dinpoaal, quickly
Mr. C U h introduced a bill .. .-- -- -,- -- ", --1' 1- ---' L Sea IsLtnd Gins,hare supply constantly In Philadelphia I1EKON .t MARTIN And a variety of fancy articles fur ladies, gentlemen attended to and amounts speedily ''.. TbSnbscribtr *well,com.coUen and ... s _
& :I '* .- QI on hand and arc i>rvj>are l to i-secute orders at ?..: North Wlnrves. children and servants. has been known in this The place Ian noun it a good framed Voasa witk
III;; ::1 b.r: of la*t !*'??\;\on amC'nd-j'I Oft : : t. : x -: the "h..rtnu These Gina have been in n
tin .'. t' price; of' tlC (T11'1'0' ', !. I I 1.i"I t-Z'---I-t-I.t."I::": I -- sir eight ymrs in Georgia and South Carolina and la Old Slip near foot of Wall Street the burnt site still known as He: offers no recommendation years but desires that inquiries and two well with excellent water, a new hum

:; I : :c = i ii : oc tii icI I C; on har* nff.inlyd; univtrael l satisfaction. All orders "STATE OF GEORGIV"() leave S-ivannah: THE POPULAR CLOTHING STORE OF should be made concerning binwelfof Sngar Mill and about three acres ia Can*.' Aba-

It wa* .'siI'IVd t' : lor one \tcek. j jVAsJiIlXGTtJX I I "cc"bo1r !:'"-i'b-Xo ";rsx I' will receive prouipt attention. July l.'th and Hl\\\ I October 4th und IttU, J. MODE & BRO. commercial house at the place of his| '! .auj au Orange Grove,tal about sixty Boviaaina toataV

\ I H>U'. _4. :I Ir I : : z = : I WAY A TAYLOR August fth and aSJ, t Novemlx r l IstlSth,2titls. Since Die fire be has located hue store OB Forsytl The place has long been known as the moat*
I I -1't.3'S._ dee.-lm. Sea Island Cotton }'ucthr%. : SejiiembcrGthandioth. I, December 13th and 27th. Hav btrtff, J.rt""uilliliad corset nf Day and the burnt district where his bealtby. pleasant and beautiful one ca the St,
----- ----- -- street on Auction Uu '
In the ScJ-ate to day no L ;I.C:5 : Jfrayioa .14., \itanxah, Oa. Nov 2-2m John Kiver. Term will be made_w Purar
:;,_:.. .x_:_X ?.x crfI "KEYSTONE STATIT will leave Savannah: incas in also at present conducted, and where hi tnfiirtiiaLoo to Ut.C.8.
wtrau.airUtl I ---- --- ----- -- wishing eaa apply a"kaarw
of iiujo'i-uuH-o ; NEW STORE. July IPth I November Mh and 22d. keeps on hand on the moat reisonnble :
any : -
r = = z 0 =1 on Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road. at Jacba..nn.or taw uretaiaeswd
and aiii 4lIU'-:1I'11W'i.t tuol; pla.cc ULtUFriday. :! = = 0-, -I ii CT in c; I -' :. Corner of Forsyth and Pine Street.T Aug. Sd. 16th and :'1h I. IKtviuUor Cth and 20tb, will be received until the let of FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIOXS. upua JOhN -I.J'a'RL
'jj : ; oo :1': iT_o : Septemb'r 1Mb find iTtli January 8d, 1855. PROPOSALS rca CASH AXD cnrrrar raonrcc.
: ha fur doing the work
Storv nC the bnv I following
opened a
"ii"-"t'1r tc'ao -"sc -t ocy r ; 1'111SnbMcriber October 11th and 2.>t h. jutiS ChARLES DE WAAL.
j I -r-ij- ccrti : w.1I! keep cuustuully on hand on the Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road: i For Sale.. .
III the House the Army and I'o.-t- I ti ti li iJ -1 4j.t SSfr- fmh supplies .fGRoi'KEiExX37) lIe C. SCOTT Travtliug Agent. I 1st. fatifttn. yraiit, ditch and throw up the -- - -- -- OFFER Lends, ia AUchua County,FlonfJL

Appropriation; Dills were : morizroxsnt -July 2"th 1S4._n ,_ line of road from McGirt's creek to the most eligible Auctioneer I two mile south of Newnansville.on-the toad
) -T.>: _ac4" :it ic --- i; is 7" 1 %= &: all kind from tSaltinn-rt- at the lowest Cash FARE REDUCED. ; crossing place on the St Mary's river above toMicaoopy, COO acres of rood. mhted land and

ljl, "ber: -'XJI= -r s'cc'ci rx :. :. -=ITCy. :fas' Also! a fine nelertion of!{
Tlie liter ai.l LarUir! bill which Y. I' X -1 : ; T. and Haniens, aud would re" >ectfullv sol.c.t; a soar. Cabin Passage from Charleston to J\"ev) twenty miles. Subscriber iw"inabooen appointed an ABC ,consisting of a frame dwelling 4& by M fcetTlw '

iou the President. -j :I---' I / of patroiu'pe.dec7 id. To ''.. dltrh, grade and throw up the line leer for the county of Dural by the Uorn place i ia well watered,and in every respects,
\va< "\'llll'llll-t; M>: by I' = Z' E y: g ..- ; t. -- -;ni.. M. F. Jlt'I S.\I.L. I I York, Twenty Dollars.! of road from Alligator to the crossing nf the St. > r of FUirvd,will attend nuuctnallr to all! boa durable fur a planting Lwatioa. Address. by
lwicJ and .Mr.: Haven :i: j z; : -- ------ -- -.- Marv's dUuuce of about miles. '
.i I __ ri..cr.a thirty letter. tf. R. JOHS.SOX
uu-5 = -- -' iuleaI entrusted to his cre. }toni his\an%cipri

tate I tiiit he thduirht: that the Comniitliv I ----------1 _,' A Card. United States Mail Line. The toad on both sections to be opened twenty- cute in tbs csmacity. he flatter bioLseli'that ht _&'C"im XewnaasvUIe.ru.jfX ._
six feet wide, to be *. graded as in uo place to will iBT.rd satisfaction to all who his '
j TAYLOR. desin-s- inform the politic NEW YORK & may require month from date I shall present ar5
CUll1lt'n'houli be iiru.uJ CHARLESTON descent than f.ot in -
*.u : :: I' = = _' = J' i l' MRS. a greater aICttnt..r one All shipments or conn'jjnnirnt* md to
: she is again pn-pired to nceonin-ixl.ite Tbochrrs to the of Probate of CulembmCounty
-_ _- .. hftecn, and no where les than eight inches abov Judge
him will be and
1111 forery promptly faithfully to.
>: to' rqnirtqnnite e ac -i c o n tr cc tsv 1 tr.m..i..fll or 1 jK-miauont Hoarder for the winter -., STEAM PACKETss, high water murk, where ditching is necessary to ,and ask for a filial settlement and dtsxaia'

t\ it:ta, &.s tl.ut would 1 bo the ; -in : -_i- --_:r.cso season strangers ori.there "ii>h>np genteel n.,1$ l .' (SEMI-WEEKLY.) be less than: twenty feet between the inner edgesof 2tJ't&L"tCEf. sioa as Administrator on the estate of WkUia
-- i.,: = -1 -. ': --. -- I are invtrd ti c.ill. Ilminm nay street, imuiedutely the dutebes-the ditches in all to be sufficient T. O. holmes and C. Drew,icktonTiUe.: Vunant,Ute of aid county,deceased.
0:1Io IL .l.n the .co" .Jf t; c XASHVllm, l.-Wrt ton. M. ewes Boston and VilUIor-rT, Sarannah. -' -.
'Miilr ( ; :. 'ZI. = : = west of 11 r. Burrctt's euclosure. I Hurry. C.m'1andcr.: wide to drain the -JAMES VIXZAST.r f .
: r. '.aCt.: I ---.--I ,:.---' _.:.--.- --' .--.--1 .-:- v-23tf MARIOS 1.I,) tons, \\'). J. Fosri-i:.:, (om r. rod"!r font-teen dei-p I and feet fai the thoroughly centre ot the road to be Bancroft & Jt Marahall Cbarteti JckoaviUe,July IMA.1*Sl. -
; : = JAMES ADER( 1,3.111' tonS S. C. Turner G. 1L SMITH.eb. .
--- Com'r.
lie llou.- Adjourned until ?turJu ,: -. .. -- x I ti SOuThERNER entirely !1C.&r..C all roots, stumps and other impediments. To tbe Old Settler .f.Fl ri Uu
-I I: -I ; -, I' = I Sugar mil For Sale. 1.''") toua, T. I 1). EWAX: Com'r. i Jacksonville, TI., 23. ..

Ja : -- Nt sulmcrihers oflTers fur sale a valuable Leave Adgcr's Wharves every 'f'edl1lO'dav and :d. To build a substantial bridge across the St --- -- JULIUS E. MEIERE; late of-.'

--_.-- I :?; ; --1 7.:' ? :. 1-5I THE K..1K-1 Su.:ir M;ll. Th* Mill w.is n ed Saturday ufu-rnooim aftcrth" arrival of the cars Mary's nt the point indicated not less than sixteen NEW F A IcGOoDs.JUST .Oeaeral L..d Oflk.;ad Fraxra Offlee,TVa-

// :*. .r J'i..& .: se& 1ur.r.s..uitr.I : "ir-: I'0 7. ."c!: .- f..r "cv<-ral ie r1 1 b" Cu!. John II. Mclntot-h. and (rims the South and \VcaUTliesie feet wide: and to be constructed throughout ol &I).c....11 ansad promptly in alt elaaawaaalFNmte .,
I the
iii rtrc;' : RECEIVED cxmiprlsii-jc ruu..ing .
lI..m.bI.| s were built cipre slr for the AiawdUee aauos Aet IN*asS L** r-
rrstcd : in The Mill
-odll h. I. -:. ---"i II ;. < |> admirably cvrrr rC7'ct. is Line, and for safety, c.iiufurt Mull i.iee4'are uurivallr.l sound heart timber. : ntf who wrre urtth'rs| cadre tfccvaM Ass aflMItavinf .sad
in order and will be sold in sections f
I' X ?c i ; rtz : complete t a barirain.Ennn 4th. To plank the Road <> one or
wish tile Ibesto
I -. <. : -. t.i S :i n ;i :r. I I1 .. ,I re.f B. \ ilMrn at the Uurlinsrton Mil// oradd'I'l' Tables on the cnn"t. I more miles, with sound heart plank two inches American Prints, $buctinr. MH rwtrnl rompltr PATENTS fM v.qeiwmqai.Iknr taxis.eaa haw ckaaabtalnea
tht fXjNirts; ot iine.-tic pro-I --- -- --- -1.-- I I as' him fur farther particulars."t thr Mandarin btippIUd with evry luxury.: Attentive thick and eght feet four inches in length to rest French OU dc tobin;. It' Of ntnutrt tn fcy tb.s... rlXf. '
." :1--1111.11 I Tost Offlca. R. A. PCTXAM and courteous commander will insure traveller on strong nieces in the centre of the track.N. Scotch At, Ir. bEnfrliob Loses, Al.., tla, *n f* ntr< f-r faaaioaa. Bawufy La4Beit
iwr '
i- 1 ouou has :; MI:< C 1-1' I-t I II" JACOB WAI.IUURG.deil4tf ) by tins hue every IIlJ""iblo: comfort aud accommo B.-The Company have an excellent porta bSiw t do, ]>anui>k Table An, *, Back-raj, .e..tk.aiast raasosaU*wsva.1.
-1 i: -T T oc ri ii. 20 = dation.
T :' ,uinit-: iuijrfTiaii'. 1'ioina I ,. Adms EC John It.Y I'I .h. Mill and a fine lot of mules, which, they will Ginphinis- IhonaskaTabloCluthi marsunc
'A i.
Jr: ;.' rs i. -r For freight nr P-ISMI&, baring elegant stateroom )uUlIlin de Lanes I)iniask Napkins, Him.Lewis Cas.tTiuiic4 Stases 5ena.S. .
;;'iU of ttnTyAIaCrIrUi: jui.;..;">:..< in Ifclil, 7I -I I: ----i-i I accouimoJatiuus, upplv iiiIIINICY either S'-ll or lease to a contractor on fair farrms All wall plain do. Ueninm.C Jam..t.pet. oa .. -- .
=: J- t'-.i-ix-.ix C- g Good Groceries. P. MOODY, President.JCKovviLLt _. *
U H** Job tTUsoa.C C* *mt l ncijfc.
Wiiea ('"fl'iJ jroods werenarmy 'l-: -tr. :"= -iT :>- :0 -". I MISKOOV October 26,18.>*. ithimer Hickory StuCk ArfJrr...po.paid, JULlt'H E.ME1CIB. _
-I ii : i il .: --I-I :. itt : Subscriber sucrete.sir, to J. It. Howell on C'liarluntun. So. Ca. Persian de Lanes Marlbr t do, (kI.Mmr 1O-Gs. Wa.MissD.L'I.
\ i..MH' .., it i.urc' etaly proiiuiod w. ti C-. it ii In ;S THE '. corner, has on hand a full assort Cabin passage J"Steeragi :"; --- --- English Matinees, Ticking
The 01 Stand the Burnt District
; on .
trou UIC IIUIUHM; u> ul.e l.ulI-1 = .* a ment, .family Groceries which lie will sell low -, g. Brocade Alpacas, A prnu CheekS iqnon, IViueis AcJLJ .
10 '' I' S'.91b. Undersigned keep constantly! on baud a
fur cah. tipli.ySteam Main Black do Cloths
dr9l l auil twelve jil.iun :: : _ THE of I .arterC'i'aiaiI nu4ft.
p> r year, I 'C i- :. lie has on hind at all times an assortment of Communication M-pply FAMILY GROCERIES and Bomb.\zoeK.; CuMimcrs, b mb>Amrnra BfWHtjr.

l.e.-i.U'-: turuii-hinir MUHC s-ix: hundred. :;1_--tCrY.Jt.= :_- .? ?;'; z : good liquor. which will be sold at the lowest cash PROVISIONS, consisting partly ofO..heu Chnmel I.nstres. "eathigui. I eianrv ra k Mnllaatf Cm,
will meet w-th) an Butter Cheese Lard. ; Jlohmir J PUids hats Jt 3anrlaRGIa,
Customers ac-
t.IIJ-J.UJ luios U": tuf '', did lastjcar = = C, = :: 'XI t: : prices. INcon Sides and Shoulders .Flour Caps .. .
: '; '' '- 1''I'. &- II I Ir commodat-nfr; (jcntK-man ill the person of Ilr.Got Savannahand Florida.ps'Tlie ; Scotch do, Clothing 5 karrrls N Eadaiul W. ,
) lot !uiiiue c< j.su iptiwu in :: ._: -1-1 ;_, ., _, :ow.-t- who baa charge of the esI.blishinenJo.$- Suz-tr of all kinds; (' .- Tens Sodt. Bntter Shawls t Mintnian, Ibmnets trimmed 1*....(><*b r N.eti >4 *Vlris"r.i -
;_-; -: --' ----. and Siijr and Itoritun' Cracfcrr, Pilot Bread kwn-H 9taad fdV f>W MnsisajifcaU, .
: new elegnnt steamS ; Talmns A ('loaks. Ribbons and Bonus
"New; l England and other :tatc:5. In -_ = ;'I1 Mackerel Codfi-Jt. ,barrels Boarboo WhUk.v. '
.- = n".. ltl-C-m ; -It cket"ST.JOHN'S."Capt.. !, herring Syrup Mohtsnes lAce ti Embnt. fl "el. Wine
f.,1 t | Matap ,
order to show the prodm ing States, .1:1.. Ci:.i: i;- i i i: ., __ -_- -. ---- I :- ;*? JvKts. f' EEi&lIKX, will leave Bean, I Potatoes, Tobacco, Spanish Segars, ,. dollars, undersiecytDress Trimmings, 9 tamhiTVaenir wer H"i.,
OV' = I' tsesjooox. c f '
e sC.c i iij.i:4ii! : SL .r iO' Sivannah evtry Thursday Siiiff. ALSO- Ch jnenetts,Worked Hand.Zephyrs W Worsteds ilrnoeI.brnyWa.5 _
tabular view of the :_ : .; *- vjc : ?. Hot Buckwheat Cakes
we Lund a uuin- "c.tVi"cs"s' 'ci morning ut 10 o'clock, fur 1'olatika, touchilig at all Brand, Fruits! Preserves, ".. Sardines Linen floss Knitting o.Uen. I barrel 4lr h>4. -
her of bales (iu round numbers) of ; -,I :: ss -3 -->. .1. ,1 c. CAN be bad at soc, hour by those who buy the intennedhite points. Coguinc Bnindy. Peach do .Scotch Whiskey; Boots .t Shoes, Tie* Buskins, IbanrUCiaVf Vlaefar, .

= : : = : S-i r -I C ,U Buckwheat Flour from the subscriber This boat has be-u Iml'i;! cxjirrssly for this trade MonongnlicU Whisker, Holland Gin, Madeira Slippers. B.>tee, Gaiter Half Caters I barrel Wait Wnr VkMr .r ,

each, laliorcrs employed: acres in cut- I eithrrbv the barrel:, box, bip or t"un,!. ball larre; and airy -tite room aecommodat'oim' for Wine, Slurry do.. Port do., Claret do, Cham Ctuldren i MVB&TS Shoes, Honerr 3c Gloves, J haketau, Rel.i.kk t'bap5gnip
IB bnie
C *n,
). fbwttcne
tiratiou. adJitiouul suitable for -"" = nov ;:11)1. and th! inland PIj1.'IICl.J'utbe..
area -- ,--- passengers, taking ? route preneut Kid Glares Gusntletn, >rwta"..
I ott. rt = ts i ropcre.reec.mmniiidations for invalid and otlien. y4jj: T. G. MYERS.ELORIDA Silk do. Bmrrr do .
cult'naiioii nunilicr of laborers still ""1 DENTAL NOTICE. : 5ei.Is Porter
: :- : :' ; 11 ; 1 -J E: This boat will leave Jackw.iivilUr. on her return Stationary 4k Blank Books,Gilt Edge noted S hnie l.iHim Syrup,
.- .- .- I '
needed. iu order that each State shall I -: : = -1-: -_-.:. C -1 c.. WM. BOSTWICK.-Would res|ctfullv ir.- to Savannah every Suml y morning at 3 o'clock. Paper. 4 bnses Past IVfiM4 -, -
furuLh to its utmost capacity and I''I == -- = : --1-- 2 the citizens of Jacksonville and its For further particulars inquire of Capt. FSELBOEX Fine Letter Paper Fools Cap. IH"W bebaapp*. Tm aVbv b. e'v Ca
Z = i-t TUEO. UA&TaIU4L'HrIt.llleIJetnIII't
= ; : -
? vicinitv that bi.ingmcJ an ofSce on Forsyth on board, or toCLAGHORX Blank Books oppy Bt.>k!>,
183V. -
the additional number ot bales that :i ti Jfr Ii MtFL Ct. will attend to nil/ branches ot DouLatry' in & CUNNINGHAM IRO.TJOBKS.. The public are solicited: to call and examine this It.

each Stat is ..ble of prodtcing .rr _-l.Sa. _iT_ _** I Elii on the tniwt approved and on-full manner. Sivanuah.IWSBFE : ... stock of K"od, binnjr selected them with taste
caj : -I I i=: cs rt, -7'1 ,. IO-c.: .* c.oc. i -= t. f3 >'erves of aching teeth destroyed without A C.\XO\-\.J1c'.n\'ilIt R W. BIGGSCO. JACKSO Y'tLJ.E. FA, and care will undoubtedly! please all who favor PERHAMSGIFT : -

-B-le.---i..awr"" I Acres iu fc-OCSltittiJ. F O -JJ. j n"ct'o : pain._ 1It'-!'$ur BESET TKASDALE, Palatka. are .now prepared: to execute promptly orders me with a calL Terms Cush.

I Ir"llld :"1101 a. ct1.I I cuU.iat.ou! .'rf'It'cr'o'bo'iies I. S Q IIpl:, May I.tb.oPPOSIT for L. B. AMEKMAN.Holnu THIRD ENTZKPEI3S.
: : = = -100 : tKU .. PEARSON-, | 1. B CO KIR: : .
1- I I in ,:. I Steam Paw Mills : ,JaduonriDe.
!__ --. : : 'J 1- ,. _1 : Ja.l""l.Ci.l,tia. .] Sutcuautidlt FJt. O LINE. Engine, Sugar nr-23tf 0COO Tickets alrcadf Sol*!..
ITunds.Arkansas..,.... ti'..I4Np, :0.0,0, 0,000 I 4- : t Co I: Co: Mills and Pan, Gri-t Mills, Horse
the S. Kail
Taa. ....... H.'..'.' :, 100,000 - :0 0-. :-0-co Pearson Coker. Carrying LSU. Powers Iron and Brass Castings, '. undrics. CALL FOR FINAL
... 1'. .uth', :! :OuiiOO1M tz rw 0 tc to : e" 00 t : Attorneys at Law and Solicitor IB : 10bmuICint'ofre,
.&.. J\\." .o.ij) ..O ; *- o is c.t. oo.'jl Chancery. Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Ga. and every variety" of Machinenr.' CaMng, Forging S bag Porto Pico I'uffff, Mass Meeting of Shareholdenfc

Te1IDs1oce .. tt'.M <44lOO( .0-: Q t. 1.:1- .. associated themselves together in the THK and BUcksm'ith Work, Saw Mill, Steamboat i tattf(lid nnvrrnnirut Java OffM,
((1""IDE.iLL W4T. of tto
00 : l'" CJ OO to -1 1 HAVE ,.. .. To determine of the disposition
KCuulaia.MiisiHippi. .OO, 6O.OCO1.OO.WW and other I "Of &La"
Si"/1"" .. f.r their im. repairing.
5- 54- X : 0 prnfeiu> VIA PICOLATA, BLACK CR EK. AND kiKim
.-. :00,''"' l s,5'0'" 1.0u:0lAJeurri : _I letters addresi I to them either at Jacksonville JACKSONVILLEFLA., AND ST.MARVS, They will continue! the manufacture, and keep II lL opI....I"" 'lap.'.. % eva .PtnCltpmtn; .

*..... !4'I IIis(' 1OJ 1..1'O.1JOO _00 9'_CS :_. IS!.P 1C Ii I or Xewnaosville will receive Irompt.ttcotion. BRUNSWICK, AND DARIEN, GA., constantly on hand thet"r variety of PLOWS. 1"l1anc"'eu.him 1.rt'IMd New()vi.asa" To the Shareholder
I .
11&16.000 11.,(100' : ," 0 : 010' :, nt.v it ly "The steamp-icket WEL.VK, TIMBER CARTS, CHAINS, tic. to which they 10..n..ftti.' "",,'. iupY 'pmiiuw.
:- At of the Shareholder ia
I Ci C.1 OS > tnr invite a Meeting
1 .. jy *
w Cispt. *. Klsc ''taves j'aI respectfully patronage. >y 1 visa 0o '.Tabotrrcf,
'lull!..... :,1COCbO ; ..tiCOSoo.tJCO ;.vi' .v oc oc_01 ti ii ii I Private Boarding.T I- !.11t-6 taLks every Monday morning I caur Jack.'I'..u,Tol ec., Third Gift EenkTprise.: held on the 27th of Jdj' "
rrO'J mot.I : I ElitE undersigned desires: to inform t ;-_ : 3 0UeII Mv.r.Totaero.S the fbllowioc resolution wa adopted: "
o'clock.Arrives .
At1dltio Addition-Gna addicutlua -I = : ; 0 t. pennn..ho -_ at 3 The Mills .
Springfield : .. Yellow Risk Tobarra, 'BesolvetF-Tbet a* soon *a it M
'al biborer tiumJ c.t c. oc 1 are in want.,f Pleasant Boardme Accommo. at Jacksonville same evening and leave
ar"L pro- SO boxes Tionnw Tokarro.aoifitus that\.()of the Gift Ticket issued by Mr. Par-,
needeeiL. iductioa 111 When vrc take into view that these dationa in a private funily, that be ia prepared toreceive Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching at all the Comprising Aiim.!iftB*I'aadlcs, bam ia his third enterprise, are BOld the CoccmiUee -

aLimittdA'vnkbrrfif interniediatephucell as above.Thaough Steam Saw Mill Corn 1Iill-Lath. 10 hozes C.'."1... at IU
I Kn chill tie tocvUer
: -_ fL.- States are vet in their infancy ; that Jtnardtrt,o,R uo alU 7i,. fare from Palatka Picolata and Black 4 boar Cauupnwd.rTeaaiirpIas( ,) most convenient pleef.e the porpoaaoti....1

;;....... f.OOC'11'( : "'' 8,0110,000 I the population although twentv- Applicants are rennested to call upon me perso- Creek f? OO Shingle, and Planing Machines 4 boxes i hiking Tern. lug said Committee in rpgsrd to the.III8*f di -

Toaa...... 1/1..01)' 1'Z5u.'It' .'olOlIloJ natty' ,.T at my residence, on the corner of Ocean Through fare from Jacksonville, 6 00 LOCATE AT TBK BAST BSD Or THE CITY, tn..N..I.ILM'.. .. pue'eg: of Uu:Gift Prupcrty.**

Litw_... SUflUH( i :.;.. ; 1"Ofl00LIl.U4 four millions or more, is; still sparse ; &nd danoi streets. MANUEL CRESPO. Through tickets are fnruUhed from Jacksonville are prepared to execute orders for 3111055a box Wnn Pair>e ..'..p.I .'I.an, Having learned from )lr.Perham that Hgrao of

I. _... *,"H VXI) :;.011' 1',0"0 i i that the areas adapted for cultivation Jacksonville November 2, 181)4. to Charleston for fl ooSTTIie Lumber, Shingles, and Laths, S koxe Yca P.iwitp._ laid Tickets were sold and that in all peoisbllit7

, TIrubee..... :,aW)1tNN, :j\.if'! lCvn.OOOS.ouO.0. Welaka connects with one of the New at moderate prices, deliverable on then wharf for ]*base Assorted "irk", theremininr2 eatled fcr by ft*abuse it..
8. Ca IIIa.OI'. 'I\ :, ,I. 1I\,OClO) of indispensable products is almost Wm. Blanchard, York and Philadelphia steaaisii.ps; fr m Savannah shipment or ou the street for City use.- !"bnies
Mnsnrppi( _.: '.'..I.tlOI .7M1GvI, t =,0110.000) unlimited, it needs but little foresight Bar Street, up. Di: & Co.'s Foundry. every day.A'IE". Terms CASIL 9 bitrels) l.ln.ed(1I. next we bane determined in eeoHaao with t W
" JIfRa.XV.Whale Oil
G..raa ....j .* InnI1.500.000 KEETWO OF THKSHAREIIOLDEBS
\IaIIaata_".. ti.wI 1DO.llJt, 8.,1(1I.000 :: to believe that with adequate legislation JCST received d:rect from New York, K. R. DUKE. Pa'atka.. Arply toE. Ifcarrrl.II..I'iI.laft'arnel.. above MHnion. taH. at a KiSS sane place .be btfeaftLTwuned.
barrels Coffee I boxes: ,
I Sugar BISHEE & C.O, Jacksonville. A. DeCOTTES,on thepreraise*.
I need fear the 17th day t.i January1853.. .tit*
we .
no foreign 90 kee lest l.s.lOMreiMp..Puk. on
, Trtal.... I =,.e\1)0 4,1/OI'I/l1C t 19.11"1.01)0 competitorEl. 2 :sJ. I Large Mackerel, fb24f S. M. LAFFITCAU. Savannah.CHARLESTOII X. B.-Cora ground on toll at any hour of.the purpose designated by the recohrBoa. .
Wisdom Od .
points to more encouragement 2 Sperm and day. r..bnf' Real G- floe ROBERT BEATTT.J. 1 ,- '
Texas is thus fchovm to be, pros- of the home market for 10 Whiskey, FLORIDA lacbonriI1eJntJ'Cth,1854.TBOO. 109 bake .r E4.r M II.,. F...!* at a <**B J.LATHBOP. VCownrm.
pcctirelr! ,00')Choice Scgars U. S. Mail advsaoens efMf. >fCa..,"1 TIIEU.I1AETKIDUK.IT -
of the richest Jstates in Steamers B. S. ADAMS I
cotton and woollen goods and the 4 boxes ( indr J. RESnUCKS. &. < .'1 9.1t'M.BUlanl Tickets Only at fl Back
the Cni n. and the cotton States aretpa1ile These 4 bvrels New Orleans Molasses; Carolina rrr 10O/WO will mmlt
metals. are prospectively the m'lm wilt ke Sold. Each Ticket
Together with a full assortment of Family Groceries O flAIillS $ Grothe
of about FOUR PERSOxsaU aXOHce rfHTttmj
jjroilucing annually {Treat sources of the wealth of the which win be sold very low for cash. Call -. ,t.l .j 1AJlO -
mt tine tm
Ueatr-tliree millIons of bales. This United States. and see nov30tftlrcry OJ'::; Florida.THROUGH THE Undersigned, having formed a copartner WATCHHAKER AND JEWELLER: at Pa-ham'* BuriUquelI,

.:" IOVee 01 wealth is not likely to be'. .. Stable.sijjiHKi TOJ'ALATKA IN24TO_ 80 HOURS GENERAL for the MERCANTILE purpose of transacting BUSINESS a AT (In the Boom adjoining the Post Office.) tt* ,re4rff JW Tori. _

04 oUi\ly interrupted. The attempts SOT BETWEEN GEORGIA ANT FLOBIDA. -, 'PIIE lisa now completed his arJL The CAROLINA will leaVe Charleston eYer MAGNOLIA,L F. flAYING returned from Europe n, again f'rieodsaDdthe beg 'Or to his.thcr Euutcrtainme ,.un-peru'
r JUde by Great Dritiaa; thus far to The boundary line betweenthe I ranrementK for keeping open during the winter Saturday 3 P. M. Returning will leave Palatka would respectfully call the attention of all who are offer hi*service to hi* tartbeUt of the COIJa ,. Each purchaser cf_uthss
.- With hi; experience
hi. Ktable public generally. certificate then *
Livery ticket will receive a entitling
every Mondav at 7 A. M. Picoluta 10 A. M and desirous of purchasing cheaply to their large and
t'- i prodcte cotton Lave sirnalhfailed two States of Georgia and Florida at the former stand on NewnaQ street on the Jacksonville Tticsdav. at 3 X M. well-selected Stock consisting in part of-. twenty-six years a* a Watchmaker wish, he hope one share in tO# \.noo COSTLY A TAU7ABLE
- it the Ea.t square above the Bnffiugton House. The FLORIDA will leave to give entire satisfaction to those who &It hays GIFTS slid of which ha*already heea pobfidHd.,.
* Indies besides it would which has been for so Charleston every Tnr- I Dry Goods Groceries Qneensware .
; many yearsin horace at all tunes famished lor their work done hi a workmanlike masse
in alienist
be Single riding dayat 3 I). M. Returning, will leave Palatka I Hats Caps Crockery and Glassware Person can obtaia the Mm* form,.,7addresaiDra
l bad policy for that country to dispute. may possibly i be settled ina or singly or in pairs,attached to buggies and other Thursday. 10 o'clock A. M.. Black Creek 3 P. M.; Boots and Shoe. Drugs Medicines KTWatches notice.Clocks and Jewelry repajed ote to the proprietDC.NOW8TH .

. {tease buying of U5. The United short while. The friendly suit in- vehicles.To Jacksonville, Friday, o'clock A. M. Iron Kails. Paint. Oils the shortest .TI" TO PURCMASE."OCETL
citizens wishing each accommodations or to These trips will be and Window Glass. In order that the lOO.MiO' Ticket* Bay bepoaed .
Ttates are now the best market for stituted by Florida against this State strangers sojourning in Jacksonville during the when either uteanier regularly kept be up temporarily except incases Particular Hardware attention Cutlery paid to the Provision Bon of by the time fpecifled.th.suiber.s

the manufactures winter be will be at all times hapPY to furnish withdrawn for may Fish. New Grocery and Provision Store- the foOowing faducemcnt penonstoges :
of Great Britian will IJG heard during the present term overhauling, in which cases due nes*. Hay. Corn Mess pork.Flour Bacon .

*?* w long a* we cxdjangc commoditiespoa of the Supreme Court of the United or such transient conveyances ride as. they may require H. A.for BLISS.journeys. notice These will steamers be given.connect _with all the interior Molasses.Sugar, constantly. oa hand in large Somers' New Brick Building; CUib, Each*. person wp *dub*i ten Mbseribera -

the literal principles now States at W hington. Mr. Papy, : Nov. -. Stages or East Florida,and connect both wars with quantities.Produce of all kinds' BAY STREET. ,.reeeive and *, wholW( Uo'dollar etier ta that ofior.wiU .

ttiting there need uo uo abatement the Attorney General of Florida is measurer of Timber. the the New Wilmington York steamships roads. Carolina railroads and elsewhere.All are invited to call before making' purchase.TllA THE subscriber would respectfully Inform the TICKETS. or CbtrrryaaaeavELETE5 -

Francis Land :*of Jacksonville and the surrounding Each who sends at tease)**>e *aa>>-
uf .p ;supply of raw cotton to all now in Washington, and has associated tirPatIIIt from Charleston to Jacksonville. $8; Urge assortment of Negro Goods web enmity that they have opened a FamilyGroeerj{ died dollar peraoo, will have lent( in one fake maju erO55.
. the duties of Measurer from Charleston to Palatka :
conduct of the WILL perform a ol tiO. 1kcbl and Provision 8tore. where cle ia that A Ifc
with him in the ia the place of Mr. E. Whither, For further particulars apply to arY5I LIENDRiCKS A CHESS.Hedd78 every HUNDRED ASDFIFTECJTiaarrS. '.J
In the aljvc tables the labor Johnson of during the inability of the Litter, ou of ill. J. W. line can dram be'. .nf the nrstquaJity and at all krrer sums ia exact pruuurtio). _'
*: is csal case, the Hon. Reverdy ;accuunt CALDWELL Charleston.A. low price' They intend to sell eutireK fcr eaaa, lilt should happen that aB theTiefati aM

I tirnited an average of one man to Maryland. Mr.[ Berrien and Senator health F. L,to very act respectfully in that captcitv.offers his services to thepablic fblOf It..R.M.REID REED,Palatka.Jacksonville. Point.For, Sale.OXE andean HIt Uer on that account. .W.are sow when the order$* received..will be rtarned ">

tack and well .
"' four' bales and'the the Timber Measurer. of the most besntiftil and without doubt receiving aud opening a Urge selected at oar expense for portage. .
land Carolina
is csti- of North are a*
," 1 ate4 Badger, nv-25tf NOTICK & places oat.the river; being immediately stock of Grucerlearnad Pn>vi .ms.direct New t3T.All ordersfur Ticket.. I"Ib JIto
U capable counsel for the State of to the breeze York to which we invite the attentk i>f all who -
" producing two Georgia.Mr. fl HE undersigned has disposed of hi. stock of on it,ana perfectly open *ea ; --

hadred !pounds, (or half a bale) Cushing the Attorney General C -12.0UO t'igars, varioo brands received 1. Goods to John S. Townsemi/aad while tendering having a nyc?front of more than two mile.. notd-article- in- 'that line.MILLER. .I Pa..ea B.-.7.i.Y.r' .
per ft dv.
fe't'D wiD"
i L. Mid fur sale his thank fuT the which baa A good dwelling howe and kitchens gin ,borom ; f?F.MUCIa Ens.rpfiPS
!i i Tobacco. is one of the most Important of the United States,will also appear dec 88 J. B. D. HAKHAM.JVotice. heretofore been extended to patronage him nt'J1edfl61ly1n- and new gin,corn house,stable negro bouses,le. J0ct0IMr 14th .. ttoenI as the third one iI, :'TtaTIckeli its. :
f in our vite ail well built and ia good ordsrt 100 acre of Hammock already prtettd. .
expor, although the in behalf of the Government, to'sos- his former friends to continue their patronage .
*: Und now cleared and .well fenced about For Hent.A -
his ;
* hu o sucowaor.: 8. N. WILLIAMS.Groceries
r' -erea.-e not been very rapid.- tain the line run by the United 1mere tattUminuck-yet :. from whichat BOO 11 wBavHrtrpet. suitable Sr a Lawyer'* THO.HASWSSlft 1UJUR1'x

: te export to all countries Sttaes and Spanish Commissioners in Sabsmber respectfully tender his thicks fee.rpIIE .. let lt>00 cords of oak wood _lei tweut,aot office. Apply. at the Republican office.Copartnership ae.pec ; y solicit tiii ptM.
V.?*, 18J. 3 THE the citoen of Jacksonville and the snrrtmndrngcountry !' subscriber, bating purchased the stock of orer one-qnarterof a mile to baa; J5t or 800 acre .dec7-at. .
,' : ; Ul,319.0t( in value 1800. The judgment of the Courtin fair Pine Und.. Afcw cattle -riHe aha
tolerable .bones ;
0rat fiirtbeir liberal patronage dnrinr JL Oroeerie of Mr. S. N. Williams respectfully of .f 1la1l.. Ha ft IT-r.-.Day
r. Bri tian levying a tax (fOrted this case, will throw into'the Stator Mk-t years, .and invite their attention to his stock solicit the.patronage of the public H.will al- and nogs,would b.sold wit the plae- If desired. Notice.ri .- .: where ha1 wffl' If.,.." .
2Z50opoo0 the on bund and being received at his atm. DOt way keep OB hand a fall supply and fresh Stock of A.rood *troog lighter. byl tcA," .iU'be..w rru.ad vtawa
Florida two >
orn small quantity im- 'Georgia: nearly .iturwitbeutIbepiaur.-- HE undersigned have entered late a Copar-
dear to ). Biste anor eonrpriauuc a FUlLY ecomaodal hi frtead wiabaagflk.jara
" 28.500.000 pounds. millions of acres of land belonging, a assortment of Orocerie* and Provisions, which be will eU oa reasonable term*. Vy stock Furparticulars enquire of O. C.Gibba,at the .J. ,r.a..b&MtnIdiee.rlAw.r xcrsToa'.*-* ;", tInt balaaPPf" ta, ,say work) they* anyw*. .
,. .fd po h&ve become of.it to: the United. Oara,Saabea Door Dd FnrmtuM. He wilt sue will be coostaetly renUniabed by new arrival Agencyof tbe PUnter Bonk af FairfWd cQUECT TsIhrlog Lia wobbe khmoVSosms'
it imP9for the greater part _" of O 1UI4..i.I'Sl * .Udti brp oa law) Jtoct claD kiDdJ of Cud. from the Kerth.' i : *" : 'T"-t n ,or. LLi1iimUJ4 t I It sbioebla .
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export 1 Ead States,-. M1.) I(1lt1'fttl1.t4-, .rCn. .< h 'J1J. .1U1fILUt ...trO.IOIlS'fO, & .m *>s..i. Jbt.niitsYjLitbIU4. i i41r





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.:; .;': :. I "'.<:\.- lYGZ5I7' i2 nQSl-. .. ... uitj1j: :st Thtt1cton l (.A./.rRa2L_ XENNBDY.BEACH-t kMaedl.H, J1n"J.. ; ': '' ,: _i'f; : : ..tJ Th E:1: : c4Nft; : -.r.lb.s It lie.''' sst- .. :: -,

: IQr" ) nat'1f
.' :; witufOtfm&m I CauM.. t
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FLA. --, : : -
; 3.17U..AC.I S9- yILLE flEALlRs1a'every variety of.STOVES. #, :-'. ;.. -- -.-- I WIitSbW.u....IDen,.If' .
P.W. Sheet Iron Tin IFlato fl. j; : I uredsed.ta bswa.uy.11 .
:; "y. P. 'Sanderson, Dealer ia Hardware.c t.I'err.** ailktnd :Ware Japanned Ware Hardware and Boose Furbishing __________ I .simestalhave. ,..". aA"
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, "- O3flryaaat.8ATAKNA&OA.CAROLINA ; --_-_ _- I -. Ps15D4,''_.
"-. __.n8-y Goods generally; : 1Ifteaf. ..."
r&IIUOftan. -
r r DSlQans.Sl C tIIl caehnunJe. At the Lowest New York rices. U .
: 1'S" .
IT. I8M. tt CLOTHING i Any- ODe ordering Stores either for their own -4 .' ____ I __-_ .... :' :1 .' .,

Z' ',. -.;. -George' W.. Call, *61 JCCrOST.CILARLESTOyS... C.. use or to sell again will do well to order from tn, _- ,._ _' '- -- r I i'I'iIItlie.mrre.f4...1M.&lle.ha m.. ., ( '.'
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,.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .ltd FvrnMitty Good, ehtbil Gill retaiL ASfotidi any eitablialiiuent in the Used kinda-&iUtr.. Oar assortment : 4i I y. .,... mo1.*,,dvmakIayoeeas .
embraces ,
forty I
.. 1t'1IIrl1 _ ( ,imnttJ at : over PLLLS. I sa.etalll1I1) t....,r. __ ,
desired.KENNEDY" .
if .r.
with cuts of which will be sent e.nuw. _.
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A;A. CODEX. L. LE7T s., -_ ., .
I '. .'. ::. Jos. IftcRobert Baker, BEACH. __ ..ih.tr..i, !.i*. I I awn or.II.. .... ....-..".-- -. .r.i ..
j A.g.ntSt. Andrtw't 1JM, .&ts nnaJi, Gtorfia. ) thank for thl lBt -- --- -
JACKSONVILLE, TLA, 1131.lIoscn -. Wy and rtntrttly Tea 'hl..ra..all4.tIJ ..-: It d
L '' & FLEiIHiG. September 21. 1S54..-3m.2Uucrttsemcnt0.. .kleli .yn* hawj..iowM mpmmy .. a J
.&iTOt.tr AND COTJXSKLT/R AT LAW j jt manufa ttlI'2rs' of Steam-refined "Itr ppnna cy .f..fiallll.I .ya- II, a ru, the... <.-.! '-t
I ,: SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.A1M .u Aewmtii ei4 aig'..d thiS I MetfUii 'nrlanass .,.j .
.. Via Urothe',. .
> c.IIJt-n 1 ortltnt --i : .raii 'Aoierh'ir and HH Aaterimm sppIkatli.t aimr. ..'' ftJit4tJ--- a "
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{ .tb2 .. } 'mr.tll-o trtuch m thai I e )({Mlly .K. ." _
: Uc OSlU"7 -a..Ce..
thtnt 1111. ripmlr InsetS frtir tlimstr, .. ,
I t p' cJM' a. .dtla.tie GM CuFf /'atu.t. Sugar Plums, Lozenges, Rock. Candy, -- ; ; r ." "..SII4 mannci M I lr>in*>, htlendlnf l1.fI.lI4r.lly.' .V'lasps4, .UfJ..of

t. "4 J fjfOffice >n the Court House, basement story &c. &c.STREET. j. no m Eli 7 ., .,." amnnf yne. ..111.I have now c.. -ha'. ((,Ot1NT.Y.tI.. J Y ,

: .: text door to Probate Office. fcb2R-ly tat EI..YG CDACLESTOS"rniM' -: General Commission Merchant, ....,... New'orll.. --__ -'. wIth II 1" "."_.UlPtr,, lpi.ItDiklltyt.esa. ; 'Jt
eiaMifmfw of 1.NOr."n9'A Y' .
: ----- lot WAJ.L ST, NEW YOKE, tseeDr. Ie "..teh. ,, .II ..
.; .% F. C. BARRETT, quality Lemon. yrup cvnifaittfy onnJr 14M. WILL psy particular attention to sales of Yellow _- ...t."ble.. New DritrsM York and. .*M. ,Strand.' Loadae. F.wv.rd.d rot a.IsX tile."as-lattr. ., ',t ,

t r ., XOTARY PUBLIC, Pine Lumber Live Oak, and other Southern -tV. ', ) op TilE'Rr.nO",. ua'. LIVER Pftlr'.r. tt 0' rl'It ; .
d '- ,READ
Timber and Produce and to orders for purchasing RIUOU4 t;iMPrAlVT !-Yonth
:" a dMt
Cewmissioner for takinc Acknowledgment WEBB A CO.
Merchandise. d c9tfJO TUB *nftne Union ntffT much tr m 4tnrder$ -
of Deeds, of China Glass.and Earthenware and r"t'.niarhSrirrrly any are rree fintn l1COnOUs LIFE 011 A 1
Ai oilier Instrumenta of Writing, to be used inf Importers ""\CIt..S or lh_ rfeMrmnive ma'a(*,;bcM life DEA1'Il.I t- .
,! the States of P1I GKICE, Tans well; known HOUSE,'situated ou the corner ; The omen"me, jwrliajw Hit mesS Bsn4- Itl\lfIULlololUln.r .

..* KEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.octitf. 145 JgTAVg. tiTRKET. CHARLESTON. General Commission Merchant, of the Post Office, and near to. the Steam Boat w.,..up lo a etrtilnierbkl,wbclI.tI" isa 1I'9rt..I..aU PIR.'TAriIII. --"_", ,
--- Nsw YOM. received a new COAT and baring been renovated r. man 'InMlhrlr teeth and C'Md J-mk fontllllll, hqtt II .
WATsaSr. Weft
34 J just af :
.._ laebon.me FIondL I. P. CAVItO, W. U "CHr WM. M. IAOB.r STMCT anj prompt attention given to the tale of ID perfect order. The Table will IM under the the h.-,*,. .*f hfe.. iHeli .a4 tvili miy I'fATUU IItIt aIi, 1'Ifr1Ft".1Jt .1,! ",

'.' J. II. II. BOVR ) O$vj ply Oovnlry XrrtlianUititt Ceodnintfitir all articles of produce entrusted to his ear, shall not be surpassed b7any other iD this climmtc.- a4 th.ts-iiidie4-ts.v l.lvet an J toouHh eontinaally!in hi-alUiy keepinf s.the. With flnlesifor the .. .!. ,..
wbich shall be bestowed ProJo.nrttj.
1fl U 3Sltr7 tbut1.. One al at Ln Hat*tutfoy CIM &*'**JoN Tort end aU orders promptly complied wiik. 0 merit the patronage .wil r.&ht'.lInd, rttrmhle plants J'r r 'U' "

ACiSONTILLE. FLA. or .z..wltr nl-1_ apl29-tf A LIVEUY'STAULE iA attached to the house; rlini',WbT an rternal .mnl.4 ,Just .rom the b.. __' '(t ..t
after the arrival of the I'A I."., : .
this house w..lI. .
I leaves soon : ,
Stare it rtrartU thr prrvrvtiMi'i nf the nKiimii resniosee
", : EDJi fDWlirnE': % -J OOS ViLTHYDE & CLARK, HALONEXTAYLOR Oct. 26, 1334-din l damn nf lifo mm-h "., he rAerN. pn4t.... dd'essed .r K.I .,...".tw.1aI"f .f .
Dealers ", .-, 11,., heillh and life ran be pr'- Mil". ,.. .IOU,. IIIL 15kB1.1N1 JL-
Direct and Wholesale .
.. &;- Commissioned; and legally qualified ssVeasirer Importers _._ boil by r. .
MeTchnnts rita
r Lumber for Lumbers & Commission ---- ---- -- ---- *" ,y ar "tyo..d Ihelr orrllnurT Umllm j if: 5f555fl: .,, s ef'UIe..
and Inspector inHardwareCutlenrGun8. I Philadelphia ( rlllt an* tikrn M fini'jr Ihr hl"4 u-rorilinf I r.e of',.I.rar I.. .,.
$?:,._ Dnval County, .' Tar, respectfully solicit consignments of WATCHES 'dbw" f"f heath ronuiiied in Ibedi rllj.." .. .ke.. !ItaokIeI7fl..I.R.s.l.. _. ,
159UKKTJA't .. t
JIM** lit,.
May to found when his services are desired ea .accompany h Dot. 1I..lm"! s.f I larp .,. .
; office. Xtarlv Oppf**!* tlie. ChrrkafoJfo.Z. SOUThERN LUMBER, SHINGLES, AC. AU Ln.r. ..I.. "
at the Republican ,
'Jass1O i v inquiry Imv. CHAnLESTON,S. c. n!-, (Liberal advances made. Refer to weakness:.and debility, of -.irt .
E. T. BROCK. Philadelphia Fancy \ 1fJLLAl
A. !. IIIJJUL & CO.,
CQ1/D1D.a E. T. RIChARDSON .. ten years' standing, Je.3y
James HL Baker catf'ajDD.fDtnC U" bccU
,.- ,. STREET '! --*f 1E. BUCKMAN. Darien Oa.Jewelry ., RY'lIUM.on'AT'4". 1t .
.kATTOI.JI&1' AT tAW : E-OCTD'gng:
err gS-:
.' Co. East Florida. Near Charleston Hotel Charleston. Letter r..m t'./ J'.hn J"bJ-oll. .<.tr .. SlcJlIedll -

: Migalor, Columbia JACKSONVILLE ... ,.w YI'Ttr..t'id I ian :0. '&4.
A.,& nULt .. na-y'> /). T. HENAKD. Jewelry! tin s.'hY: For Each Diseas
10An ". B,.C ETT. CHAS. T. 01nmrli. OULD respectfully inform the ctizens: of | wills, lh.imi't hmrl'Vh f..ii
It.BIRCIIETT & DOWNING, Chamberlain Killer & Co., W : at his old stand NO. 1 I nave "*n mnm.(J tn h-Mih aTf .
opened I
and Jobbers of Goods At Savannah. aria ,' ),",, rtJl<._ For ih. I tut ten ,**' I AT the
ATTTOBNEYS AT LAW AND AGENTS Importers Dry ed stock reqnef 0' .
n dcmiifnieol nflh.t.ivrn4| "imnii h. ,.. many
'TL\ff OP. IfAYA'S ST. JEWELIY ...' Pays ."",... my p .
WATCHES In .b"M that I lit
rmrtmniy ivr I
,: FOR CLAIMS, ( Up m-.s 11.,, rI Y. up a.fa .,.
.1; ChAR LESTO.! \1l\.TOTICJt-I in constant and regular receipt : ir .rxH"1)n| lot'.i!'.wtitihi.at that p. I ( I In I.:. c..
To which the attention of the Public i il invited. MEIltrf4.. .r
: No. 490, Seventh street, November 8, 18.VJ-,. 1' of rich and beautiful varieties of Jewelryl I to offer customers ; "'jr llml on rr..i nm-ii.lfd !". 'm", :.m sal not. "5i". the It "or ".." '1"" ""I' "If.r.11LL ,"
facturers am prepared ( .
101.11' .
of Diamond; Ea'r- my .n4 lied ri" n myvrlf "tM
CITY. in Rings Pins. : m'ptsi.t'-pmir, .
JJRSllIXGTO.N' consisting part lilt I .
.t Savannah.. p..rrra. ? th.an. ".,.
not be surpassed in Charleston or I at lit rernniinnilcil |.'ink. tII". "; :
Hotel and Studs fine enamelled Medallions vo.ir I rl> .. 'C q .t
.f That new aud uploadi. rings Cresses ; N I.I.W,54 'Mfrt"
:'Will attention to the proyrcntion wlfleu'. ,,.... ..
prompt Among >
give llrm f'jr tnrrr I"It..
) my : rn' Ihrrif nil I. tiiut I ,. ,
Sleeve 1 Buttons Ear-rings and Nubs Collar- "".of. o. 111. ,.. .
: Patent. Clamis for Bounty I>and, Extra Pay, Back THE MILLS HOUSE WA TCnB ; txrllrrh. a Hi ill o, I hay IHM-H T.r.U-Trn .1:1\1'.1. "",.Ie' : .Ia.
r Ac. before'CongrcM and the serenil JlutjlJ Buttons and Stud, imported Carbuncle do. do.; :' anAiirirrri n-wrl I .., .. 1' n.irre.snq W'd' ii isvy ,,.,, 'pilhaiu, .
,1 ray Pensions fttl, tnettd*n the (\rner of a"d Qtit n full : < I w In mv Ci w I.Ir,.they kift, (fre..>. Ifflelll "
tine 18 k't gold Mountings Cli.irms. Fine Gold Potent Levers ( jewelled ) .
'. Department. All bntinea utnl*ted to their care Streets .. ; '! iiu' at )'il'teit* t. nnke HIM know'o' -
and faithfully attended tn.Ueanrs. I have the best assortment of good articles now J Detached oilirr. J.I. ():r.\I. ....'....
Will be speedily filI
1 :1n 51u'fl; 5 at 3 a n 9 Ja. hand shown to customers. Rich box I re"ill.'Ir.,"U".
ever Lap.nes N.l"ttfll'Iy.
attention to on pearl ; .
B.A D., will give particular .4utlrtr.ilf' in a ttylt tu>t exctedtd out r f thtCdypf ) J'l\!, FOR cno.I-r.: \. D ;!La '
And glass Brooches of the very finest kind for family Silver Patent Ie\tri; ( J.flI'4.t.| !cnii1..
of claims for losxes by
(I" the pronecution WarI Xac Yorl', roRi'tnitt pn for tht rtctytian hairwork or lagueiTeot, having in our city Detuned ,,, -. J il14 .,. "."-r.aI'yl'llt."r'1' ... hI cUrl'LArcr. &!
ix! depredations of Indiana during the Senrinole iff.&uard(n and tht Trnttttinv PnHif. the C>l'>mi!{ cinii|>laliti>: I'rFM r.O the bust artists in both branches of the United Lnpincs' C.1
I in Florida No provision baa as yet been nude '- I l. lit mTl"C
NICKERSOJf ip > n.i.aliti: JUt
T. S. States. Lava of the most work. With and without hnnt'ng ) I Tab 1; .IU,# ."0" "I ,,. :
is believed Kar-ringt exquisite ( I C'lell. i I
but : Wnaf
i for the payment of these claims, it : Hy ii'rry.! J'm.I.i f sins! .-hn'. 'Ce-naut .
1 that strong and continuous effort be made Congress ns-r Propthtur.E. __ inanhip, different patterns and szcs.! I have sets All from good makers and will It warranted .'1 .':..fN| .I*., I.iv' rr.iinpMinu; : I .hsir: .ni 4; .,t-p: .1t Ill i,....., .. '''!.tfW.'.'(

will afford relief. in morocco cases of Enr-ring, Brooch and Brace- good time .e pe". "r.",'.. frrrj- I.nnti/ ir. > j I, '.T. -rt.. r"'I'.I".wrl.? -, ,. .. ".".. ;=. .-.rrJ'
H. LANE M Ear-ringn and Brooch and single Brooches imported tttaritlr* rUiwrl <'..lInI.'nl, .. .. ? ..wt!*" lit.. .'
I The also give particular attention to Claims! for ; JEWELRY.CnniiiHtIng : Fk Pevrra I.r..t kin :. I, II. I. ttf n,' :.7.: !!!.'
Back '. Rntiona Ac,.hi theprnserution of which.as of finest quality of gold aud unique pat.
:. ; { Rh. Iiii.t-'sfl. ...
Books of- Liit.sti- .r!thtI I .
1 also in rejected and upended Pension and Stationery, terns. Mv assortment of Enr-rmgn and Brooches Gold OII.rdH.: Fob and Vest Chains : I I k",.nmiti"the ;II..,.'* D.. .1. .. J O..: ;. : :
have been sue- larger than usual having had all the new patterus ; kr'cTA-r. QI .
Bounty Land Claims they very ; I \ I:rini Iii-i.! H- >
AND FANCY GOODS Chatelain Ixx.Li t:, IJracclcN Pencils, : I
eessfuLTJon. brought out I ,: n'b." 11..1..n cnr:: 'vr.cr.lv.v
ltreRrca. A T XUURER 5 II A YSE STREET Gold and silver Watches for ladies and gentlemen. Crosse. Keys Sea-! Ui;, iiiond Kmgt Regard do.; ; : ;. -.s,...1 brut'. iis", ..-1,10-rr': ... ..p.-.".,.'na'n..s,V ro, < .'

J. ITortnn U. S. Senator. I have (the best stock nnd greatest variety Gold Th'nibics, t>'eve and Collar Huttuna; I \nrit.-ri-timi n."T,,..>' ::.l ki.i'!,, di-'i. ., &rsr.ri. 'r.'1:01. "I.' e'tdi III", lit'i .

.4 S. R. U. S. Senator. CH.rlRLE S TOei1- ever before exhibited (Crystal Putlee not ) Stud*. CulT Pins }Lrooclirp liir Rings{ ; ltri. il' 'ore t/ T imin... ,
Mallory, I with confidence invite order exct'r.ted.. Gotds p.itapUs, Ee (;lss-s, Pliinnud SttR.ngx; ; \0\.11.. '':n wz: .:.; ,-a ..c !te. .1. s.
A. E. Maxwell, II. of Represeititves.I. : Has a Good Stock of can nr : rrllePIS.
E. C. Cabell!! Flnrda.rOov. WORKS and elsewhere, as I feel assured m"tock must Childrtu'it Ixw'psScirf: Pins, Ac. I .., by ."iJ. ,'U'" 5i If n.ck. .. 111:1: -
7IEDICAL 1'.tu ,
T Brown Tallaha."ee. To which the attention of Medical Gentlemen, please all.articles Orders returned can be in sent perfect by mail, and packages SILVER WAKE.CompKa'ng : ILLAN/ApntI.crv H1 I!L 'I-I-h""P". .h-ii-5.." ::1".r.flta" .r..'It. -i-o14,!. r.:.,.'., '....:
sfnCtMarianna.Fla. or safety through -
JIon.J.J.FmleyJudgcW throughout the United Xtati-s is respectfully inTited.VTll : D.ninjand: )l'! ert Folks; ::1 I .'",:n.. ..! Str. b-.n5 .ru'
of of the steamboat
a W.A.Forward Judge East'u CL. PalatVa .IRKCEn'E ORDERS FOB an officer one Table. I lesiklt .mil Tia SIMJOIIU: ,

4 Florida. dec.-tf. u. ';; U3aD Jnn:!: 1 Successor to the G. M.late nRJFFE M. Eastman: Su ar.Sc.M.jiti! S
'i'ir Which will be sold to the Profession at Philadelphia l. ja9 June 1854. Savannah G. rJia.; Dy1EIqA.: ,.:, ..q.f ", ssi! ,.,,,,i,. ... ....j. 'hre.''
5.. .,. .. .f
price,or on a liberal credit to approved jurcbaaera. 1.1.1.,01 I "-" 1Ic
: I Farmers? & Planters. ITIl\ Chronic or Nerv' I- tt .

c AND AX woimirfT or Eagle Fcmuhy.OX S Disease of the KMnr-y-. i. t1;:. .. C'i; }' E.- fIn'r.; : ;; AND IJTICsOLtTIXG -
nOOKS.Dy .
: Attention MISCELLANEOUS } all Diseases arising froni a CORDIAL.

Owners of'poor and worn-out Lands CART IT., BCTWBKX PKAEL l.rTU ITS., "VII OLE .1 V., '".- : ,10._ ..11 .,.,...:'lio.". 11,,
NELSON CARTER, rcd Liver or Stomach: ',s-, tJ".. .e-I..."... II..'.... ..., Jm ,
LEINAU'American Richmond Va. ,(. ..
'- use Wholesale Drneffiot, &r. &.. r iflipiiii.n. lawnrl I'iI.-s. ..JI"... It' V. ssid riciusi p.p to '11.wPp4.siin.m ... .
$ lie.". 'rkJiIy ..r th. -'Io.nirb Naiwem. mllmrnlos.msati.e5y..sribrae..
Fertilizer. 17 ITA YNEST., CHARLESTON SJGXOFTIIE Subscriber manuficturc at his Works HAT
THE a>t f"r F... Follnro sir *\rijhl in Ihr
>. LARGE YLLLO W MORTAR Steam: l Lngine; of any required .r 1rsCttinnsisiksny or ClntiriiiK nt DR.j. s. r.O?E'S DTSPEI'TTC

: Aiemot -5 IMHtrttnnvtly vtedfor LISt pat tkrtr !ears in /I.II!., Ifedifinft Dmgaittt Furniture, Phial, from IS to 40 horse power which have given
nnylmnia, Juetf ". Jffiurcre, JsHryland. vrytcal Inr.rumnu.I) yt Staff Perfumery, such universal Mtisfiction together with hisimproved Siflrsiing.psiLnjflfl whm I in alrinf p,,. or 5 Y.umib!!I"n.u hen I' ..55km.In..j..,..nll"AJI_
.I UWd,ltad i* tit Ucndt rf JlhRUL'DA end ,Vvy> Wtndott (;lass Putty, tfe.;
ft B ARBAl>OESJ rtke Grotrmy of UToat, Corn en at tin lovcttt market p"'*. jlertlantt, cutting. These Mill are constructed any size and "l\NNAII .Pals.nt psi inc tile'firstS kin anil,I'rfif Kto h-nc, Tnin r of P.m,". PH. J. S. ROSE'S- rILt.

fotatun, 7! t EB'HAD 'AT HALF TIlE PRICE OF atfi fall and examine).it Mnrl.and I'rifti Ifjorefurfkatiny Mill Machinery: of all kind furnished, together t'Inll. n-mni 1..1C'1..19.' cvil.and cad relax.Unu.r..II/1 of Ih w1t. re.. wsak.w,4siiIhy; .

g4 47 CAA'O,it more lamling,and trW not lurn the teed. efatrltere. Good carefully packed. with Brass and Iron Castings generally with dift- | ion.f.pini- I'nceo.

OM.T f 25 A TOK,or 2,240 LBS.Al AUartielir'irrantft. n.y patch and upon reasonable tinns. The Subscriber takes BE Ern:''I'1'\I.r.! Y ITRED BY -

Fruit Tree nail HIM The above Engines and Mills can be erected and THE I.1eII.r.lBIT.r \ )\ DB. J. S. ROSlfs FEMAH SPZCITIC, ,
*>FtrtZistrt Graff W. II. IU ACJJ. CELEBRATED A reused* r... pamful .
in from 61 d _
put in operation 10 :ivs. t---
tit Ptack Wvnn and tht Jit-
Arurtrenueyfor Importer Wholesale Dealer in \ white* Price $1.DE. 1.
nov 16 P. R. UI. Proprietor.J. lie BITTERS
.wnf Prtirirtetor


I Ifo 19 South Frout Hiiladclphia! XILLIXERY GOODS' GLOVES, Arch
i street City M. EASON& BRO. street, Philadelphia. ROAD PILLS
A' In all its ,
lfI'ennll'IYDDia.1 nO.-lERr.d'; c. *u- ,
These rill. ., ..
: I pjf 'DellTird free of Postage, at any Wharf in Gold aud Silver Watches nnd Jewelry, CHARLESTON, S. C., And solicits a share of ther: patronage. lie j'U' nyc th. mitawe r'I''II. 'I. ant",Ps-ITp.J 0' d,_Ssi-b'ri'sat S.m.'ra"bet.llI-y a.sri evrp a"a4 nwy.urms-dy-

the city. nS-y_ ;vo. 19HAT>E iT. CHAIILESTON.R. all descriptions, and be invites persons from : : by any. usher prt pxralit in the P HeH r".,a .1I11III..flbe "st-rn ... __ivw..a

I t P ,LADUrRU. ,,'. A J. pFOlM'lAi: &: CO., 2Xnm.oo.rllID'3 :9: zer .. ..cure rlilt-d..11..11. m many raxe alter .kilful \ithoBl iripm tb.y are am. arIvr parPh.IJt
J nsed American kind! of work made to order such mud pur.l)me the liver,>tnm irb sail._..IM t ttar
G. A. LnxAr-Ief r Bin I All its .
., your Wholesale Dealer in lnot and Shoes, .* ar, worth thi ti>nion of Invalids the .'.1.. (. fmiM .'i"._ .
STEM irk. wH
': I Fmiliser and found it equal to the bent Peruvian Jt'().81 J/A 1'KEST t.'J/ARLJiTO.\: ENGINES ages and of the very best material. He flatters rrat vlrtars in the ,eellll..allo.n.r DiN_ I lit. R_'.To,W Mittara.will rar the_, Mktora Mk

Il 'I Gnano. lured it &de by side. My farmers were EXJ. W. rOBCE Joan P. POItCE. BEXJ. COiCLT. Jests which be possesses will secure to him II and lww, (.InniU. KiMrvmf the most **,-..r |tlU.M Fever of fever a4 A... Prin IS l--V
p -I much opposed to the use of chemical manures but 113 Y Intl BoilersOF promptly attended to, end "repairing '"I.weaknrs* an4 aiTreuonraf ,- sad U... .
I will nee it spun this IIC.'AS ID. 1'lcase scad me SJ _ "Livc and ', they>e>.iUtaIiare, ecnaUaxl plea -
tots to Smjnia Delaware. SAMUEL C. DUNN & CO., ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS.Machinery dlly
ALCSAvrcc PATEHSOX. Wholesale Cloth. i Hone
t\\ ng ,' f'.rSn.Grst: ; Rice Pound'ugandThreshi. ._- from Alabama ia fan.nf II,. "nlll"'. Tho best m-sfwias. r" seroesim...
: flair wkat }Mcur A Kcil J!, of \"ilin'.njfttm :3" I'qist. .Mw rurl'- JlIIY/ zi., Carlufon.Y. i.. Mills for -- --- ---- --- -- --- sit sli is dlm.s'is
r'nTtily < g or any special purpose.. Cuttings in -- --- :.rmn Ilillrm, prepared "' |Sir. I;. M hr J. S. Rmc'. JIrIo".parillt ('_"aft'. ,.*
Oplnware: anrW I r...."- Iron :aud JJnsn: ":f all tiinct.t-s. Our ficil.t.es! fordo.uirnoikrrc ..'|,bin "I h. ,.al..' II"-", rr.""" loft "'.",. ..for pnrifrii ll. kl*. IIH rfMMtef
44'M k received uiU-'lipcnce: f.-on Fllrmrr trl):n = & FloorcktliWAREHOUSEJ .. )}*prp-ia, Jn.tndi.-r, Aeivou, kiii .f all
vf ''IUa to any tstabWnn! < in the Carpet rmiuinin. sad firing -"*t hue' u *d linnu' AtiKTican, Ftrtil:zer both in \ a t J. s;. "UHa: L'ln'eJ! M.U*, bstiff abe! U; turn off win-flu and 1 ra. ..nf Hie .i"/I.<>. %c. titnnmi, like 1M skier !>.."HIImi tmp.isd. ..

t cheater County and in Ijii'Cuttpr Countr, and I" j Impoitcrs of Hard'.inr", Cutlery, f.'unr, fuller:Kiip to I 15 4ect diameter bore cylinders upI "<\\'e;r hurrukrn n, AlrimdrU.pains A'-in' .introduce SrplraiVrSO -*.->v the Sir R.i_. Pnrr Sflr.*a4. *l.AlInT .-N.t_

whom we have'sold Ix-muii' Amor:un Firtilixor. Arc., I t.i fi'<.> inch diameter aud 3 fett of your sSsvrpci'pnraj.us. milker impS
; I plane square any ',and we And II lo be a very vsIuai.i, Mr.t4vjvs, .
: that it was equal to the best Guano. :%o. f,4 Eaf T-ii'i, !.mr Hit Pout OjRff, (,n,'.*';n, tlc.i.rcj Iciigt'i.! ap6Cm; S.' r.10-'vdII. bad of pct-- i i.kkwi amid in tk.t* .

M Hear what Mr.{ Warner anys: Kit'p constantly oi hand a full!) and complete 11- I I RriteCnn'. *, Afa.. Jxnaorv M, tpi,
I mjrtment of Hardware and Plantation Tocils. nWinnea! max eventually h.ve. I.rr T. MCMILLAN jaA oimn.
:I t I bare seen a most benntiful field nf Wheat in n-, Savannah Hotel. i ,
-- -- City Curtains, Curtain Goods, fee. &c &c.XO. wlm urr-t it m UNi| i| hkrd iitut
of the
the Sun tile
npifrMxirlnKxl Kminj! Hotel on ,
have been much
people .
JOS5JU'nILDI; drrcirnl heir fc
Old York Road. and found it had CpSGRtSS :
t upon enquiry j.I II""Uum..a" th"i aflkrte Ibr pale! .r
.\ f : been raised by the use of Leinau's American: Fer Dealer in Faints, Oil, and Glass, Terms per Day $1 50. SubstT.ber: infi'rm the Hitters, and will, until u brromrr Plantation For Sale.
"Iiliur.. I have made up my mind to purchase a i No. 1 1 Harne street, THE
load of your F rtiliZ"l'. that he his now ojivncd, tho nnwt complete Tn.. re, Ala.. Jtnnnry 1, 1>5'. mil,!: 1f IImEny offer for utte the plantation.Iwnr*
: Hear what David! }Field Esq. of Camden co., CII.mI.ESTO801TII CAROLINA, TBK BEST tOCATIOX IX TD& CITT-BAT STftr.n. KCAK assortment of nil the various ttU Us of (!o./dn : a.e HI"I> wrll unit I think th> wil!<-". i.IL: hf ;lie name nf :HAN JOSi which fIJI buss fcfthi
: 1 Keeps constantly for aale a general assortment of kept in similar Cfctublishments.. The Stockof .,Ii.' good rail rartion in lh .
.' iew Jersey, 11II\11: TUB posy onricc, crsTOM nocsE AXis KXCHAHGK. usually ." '" .1"| lout four years ca'tTiinl; by ra.. It hm !oeslr4 l
Paints and Oils of all kinds Varniilies TillS old established Hotel continues the difiircut KpartmciiU will cons.st: m part of it
\ I used Lcinsu's American }'ertil7.l'r!; upon mv .I Leonard, FavMIc l' iifwin a good dwellinc-hon.v. end not baiMunir.th
l nn fn.e. Ah .J
4; Wheat Fields,and they exceeded any Wheat Field's Window Glash,nnn Saisnen,Spirits ofTor- open to tbe travelling public.at tbe above the following goods yin : Vonr Ih".-" have dome wondrr i"a ; in czetllrnt well of witer. .The Banker

; 10 lay uegbborhoo4l.I pentine,Spirit Ga, Cotton Foot-Gin rates charge,the IIOUNB being well fitted CARPKTRoynl ; nF.\'RnIE A youth a son of s;. M. llnhhrrt. Km acres .f land I.i 5W>. which w cleared himtnodlj

I I Farmers <>f New Jervr use the F'rt'Jizl'r. Fixtures, Glue and llrnshesof up and constant attcLtiou being paid to Velvet Tapestry Brussels, Mocet-Brns- !! ,hid br.n for several mnnth ond'rlhe some timber land. There U an orange (tTOTi;eof

\\JNIT.hat S.Thompson, Ewjr.,of Chester co.,II.. various kinds. d"-y i its proper management. sels, Brussels, Velvet! Tapestry and Itru.ssels for br't prariiii'mrr,wlih.n|relief, 'IM| ih. taming from four to fire hundred trie
I An omnibus will be in attendance at the steam donbtfnl and !t. ,
I have twed Leinmfa American Fertilizer uPon S. S. FARRAR BROS., boat and steamship landing, and railroad depot to stairs; three-ply, superfine fine. and common Ingrain ., rrl anont, r*>mmpnci yn "e>d man wnh 'tintth,!hot Kil- The plantation i i. sltnited about seven mite
.1 1 ny Wheat Crop, and the Wheat is fir superior tony TVhoIettale Grocery Merchants, to line hotel here tbe undersigned ; plain and twilled Vcnitiaii for stairs halls ,n" .0 muittteltrt fmm the flm. bottle abort JickitonrJI b. water; five br In.( wi H

other Field whrre I use Guano Superphosphate jVb. 172 Due Chtorletlan S. C. convey will passenger make effort to please all who Ac.; Druggets G-I. 12-t and 164 in width of every -' tnuke,'nnttl a complete nna was eitert- immediately iipoa the east bask sit th. flL.Mmd.
ftnd Barnyard Maunrt. Bay them with every may variety of patterns; Hearth Rugs I'arlor and i rvrt'y writ aiid utoql." easily! ceceMtblr. and in view; of the stesmbia

Vms PrrrsciOTB. New Jersey. n5yIVATIICSON favor a call.P.. Stoop Mats; Table and Pi mo Covers; silver and <>VF8i >M TII F. 1I0UTfr" passing: np the river.'
Gtoaci A. ).u iD-Dear Sir: I have used CO. CONDON. brass oval and Stair Rods Stair Linen ,\tllI.! ,".,. KflIftJI'lI,. Urtober I IS
yew SIMONS & JAMES 1J. }FOLEY Octagon ; "ilavift! sold your Biitrr* Mine hair, I wou'd *!M Hell With the place ettren IftC'OIIo
American Fertilizer npcn a very large field of i Wholesale Grocerr and Com'n Merchants, nSy Late of the Marshall House. &. &. ..ti f-iiou in every iixtuice ibn ha large and amill ; fourlfen l Lead at "sevet7f

p r H'keat. The field tad never in the memory of ,d. 14 East ha;. CkarUtton.M. OIL CLOTHS ." nm<-e."* five bend of stock Wife: and hots; sod if injP

tbeold *t inhabitant produced anythnt) but Indian MATntBOX. K. P.1SJHOKS.. SBDOW1CE 1iOW5.nv Of every width from one to eight yirJs. for halls, I' .., :.tisa.,! Kentorkv.June ?.I8.I. ann would !:ke: t., purchase nhortlr they ew ecli.mse
Crane(a ...) My neigibors I laughed% at my dining rooms steamboats, saloons ic.; Rosewood ,j"M-.l. inform ,nu 'tliii ihiw' Mtlv rrlr> the now ewrastuijr .'.
4 growing
ealtivatin that field and uhinjr four Fertilizer.fint" .- ._ .---.,- ..- Circular mahogany and small figured furniture Oil-Cloths $ inr boa fully aivntainrd ISis r\xli$ r.". acre of corn 5 acres f crop a-tH
has it
-- swan given ant Imvlnc imed j jt. nw. potatoes
the of white
crop ardld"b1II which I CAMPSEN & ELLEIIHORST, 4-4.5-4. and C-4 wide; figured ludio-rubber Cloth ..,'\ nl'y' sly it".." .it." crop ail in prosperous cond-tion. :
raved was tbe admiratk.n of all beholder I sold Undersigned begs leave to inform Mer for stain. .
,IJItS Hairy L'uiontoun, K} luly 91. For tcnr of ""> rppr? to the nbs r.bfr." '
tU Wheat to Mr. Whitney of GLiwboro. Xew CRIST-MIL *. Factors Planters, and Dealers genel'rally. CURTAINS. V\> tnt,. beard ef nJh", urr "or.; ,
'Jersey vend bunch f., that be j is still paying the market < f-,. can lx found throcjh"appl JII"tcO at the RrptUc
I'd you r the Crystal General Importers and Dealers in highest Silk and worsted damask DeLaine; worsted and ll'xin.io'1'n lirrni m Bittrra. and be<
Palace at New York. lam now prcparinr a larger cash prices fur, TIZ: linen damask De Lame; figured and plain Damask valuahle Mulii-lur." can office.TV .

I J field fur wheat this Fall and using your American hay, Corn. Oats. Pea, and Bran: variety of colors white and buff fur shade .., Ky. Juno S3, IW, ,. ". MI. "'Irn.!; ,.r desires tn say, tVit fcs; ide" d 1.cct .
C I! Fertilizer in preference to Guano. ISAIAH Wooo. UARkETST., NORTH Mill!, OP.STATE'THCJARL1TO. Leather in the Rough; : I in iiilmlnriiic ,..nr Ittviliimr Pit ;In ellinj; m bocaiiw of his wish to rrirs rI
ofLrinsv's : .\ S. C. WINDOW SHADES. :;m" mid other |liusrha' lliem tv. the .
Hear what Mr. BarkeadaJe cot Virginia says ; Pelts pi intincr. and not on ncconnt of any iU-prsp"!
: AmerieaaVertliti. .n.-AU mm lejtfor Grid trill beprotnpfiyettend4I Hides Sheep's Deer, Goat, Otter Transparent landscapes medallion gnrlnnd, and iloi'n otthe 1'u.t..tou b. nT..rs'.r 11I1.? .
nnl Kin
Knnxvillr .
Upon- my Tobacco planU yonc. Fertilizer urpaastd to. Coon Kink, Opossom Fox white and gold entirely new style; Cord Loops ",".r Ml er. are now, Trim eiitf;( April fuss 9 nf..o.nurd's .'en rCJ TOrn '' 1.

any thing I ever used.' I mean to try it on 3. CAUP8EN. WI!. ELLERHOP.ST. Tassels; together with all I the various trimmings ..m ib4t II. "-.,l it, m fjr jv.very. hj 'r J .c .TukAII.1'. .Decal (A.!
WY wheat crop this rear..I SS4. an4 Cat Skins, for curtains and shades.. less,ha"kren bmicnitrit I .

..Il. wirchaaed JlfU/ tons. i3.yWaidlaw GILT CORNICES. | .ar. ealll') YeeIllLI.; Ihir' .." .' Glen! Gloss 'for the Hafe"
LKftAlTS 'AMERICAN' FERTILIZER be BEESWAX; WOOL, TALLOW, !. \ the stein l nr.'r JTh ,.. i 1lnJ rae *
.' kad- tt balf,the price of Guano. Walker & Bnrn ide, Being a direct consumer and exporter or the Bands Ixx>ps and Pins of the greatest variety i i* well a.,14.' MONO the many preparations for the-gf***
i .* ,* Factor*and Commission erch'ts. above named commodities, his facilit.es therein are. and patterns,of the latest importation; all of which re-p''&.'-'' dii.t.i-, <'.Y,7 "II....sn 1 liy 4 of the hair this dotes* GLOSS .take* Wf

CHARLESTON. S. C., unequalled enabling him to offer inducements to will be sold at wholesale or retail on the most liberal ( T. fcIILJJlX.Tn .t. Three rons-m. w H be given why it Ioznvera.sUr "

Ii1 :Pnffcf Improved Patent Circular Will sell lone or abort staple Cotton or any other all in this line of FBODCCE to consign such to him. terms. k' il\'i1Ie Fla. med mid prctlTMd to I:'othmJt

1 L' ;'t SAW-MILLS. produce will buy supplies fur those who send us Having established a trade of this nature in d29tf WI.!. II. GUION Azent, ( . ocause ii fin I nvtl the mQ41 eJr"C'tnsJ lt'seus
140 and 67 St. Julian sts.
Congress *
nruduee..lrreofMmnllllAiou.w Charleston in connection with an extensive Curry ; : 2d. bo'-'ute it impart MUr.i dut t"tsghtnt
1" GEORGE TACK COForA &'";iuvr A.-WABDLA- r, {AbbC YiIII,. S.C. ing business Leather in the Rough kept in our city ; 3fodicnl House-E ;- -THI < ; perfit-nf to the Hs:>: Sd. bcea*

I U'ort*>rtrt. RaUimoM,Jfd. respect- G. WALKER, A.IhR"'IDI: Hamburg S. C. will yield a more lucrative result than giving the Transparent Window Shades, and 4.iloi.tv snI '>v I',. KlNKf'l: .!..!, the Ladies w th tine dil.min:1iwfI.'dt 1Vil

fully Informs the public, that they bite greatlv in- i preference to foreign markets; and from the moderate Upholstering! and ,t actS t'lIlon1n. ..'.h.Sws-"s'pI\e..... \ wxaess, have ad:ipt d.l it. Many. other .
eat.6iabmf'nt! ana /tt/nv"u-J. 0. Dcroll and B. 0. l.ewi, PaltkF1a. Paper-Hangings
J ,ereae 4 their manufiictarinff ire .. 1'..
I rates of freight on all transportation lines there Warehouse oouJ be jr\ea why .\ ti rest favor te, bat ttafwho
j t BOW prepared to execute all orders with prompt. n3.y. exists nothing; in obstruction t'pre it a tr:aLPr .
: 'beta Iiv- their celebrated FaserPoaTAsLs Cn of this business with the Southern and Western Wholesale and Retail 179 and : 2: in l; tor sale wj
much aatisction U BOPKIXS 1X0. E. er.DiOIf King ( ; ; ..! t.ra.i h ft"- ils4s-bw.which "IrJl ce: CAMJI. rgs bottljs.
crlt.1 which have given an
1j S. HAV-MILU JOB i. COBEX. V. K. PLEM1XO.I10PKIK8 country. lie hopes, therefore by strict attentionto of Berri. ord:8t. : ) mt i ln l< ire. -5..yloms irw, UBi-rtuna', Drv.ats( .and Storekeepers eYrI"Y'W T .. '*
/ throughout the Union. es also FTEAM Pow- HLTDSON & CO., this'branth to merit the patronage of the large corner King & i" mwriiry... 'J'l"n'*mi$.." a"ltu.lty: W. u. nuR). i f'rorrfIr;
:CRS, of afl. and kindm IIOBfi )'(111".". GRIST of III*.. k Hercirt afirction. arc
trade Charleston C 01 :
Factors Dud and rapidly increasing pouring into this mur- S. !H"m' $'4 EII'lIdfl'lIt.ie
and Coittuilss'n
"ttiu variiM ether Machines and Jlcrch'U
11 Implement
Lr Vet with the assurance that produce to Is.aliorGOOde ",
consigned 21e 11l'1..criT"iareceivina larplQtfltl.fmtlltof( 'i 'vEA *
tot rcoDomUinr Ubor.Smea AcoonuBoduaon Wharf Charleston S. C..e. ; : OF rfurucn. Hoe & Go's. Patent Ground S1Wi1L1E
will rcal.ze the
him highest
\.. their l I I'OCTABLC Citrrut SAW-MIUI were .' proceeds. : WOI\, rolla'nf PAPEA'IIAJGIKG; ; .: .f"s-i!is.of!!;ea.es ti.lt..nTlfteI..t. th. 11M'
HUDSON, I Ll'.lJlltG. & CO. lie presents th's to the favorable notice of all interested Ioooi'i' Jrk7olI'.IAJEs Ik'Jfare'e'. .. :ohlb'ICribcl'1t manTarmcre{ fm's
c invented by and patented U. their denier partner ; S ."")m.d"r'on4hn bi-d iJr KIN S fr'
r j they have wade many improvements which render Farton &c. in the extension of the commerce and home of every t_iptlbtJ. Al*> I'Vlowt Robtert,.Late of a .ttoik on.S.!'r ff i"rration) lo CAST &TC ;.L. CIRCUL.\R.S.\\'
of the South.' ... ., twu hrhei to inches m *"m"r'Siws : .nz
I in all their and No 94 atrert productions end Afutlin Cairtoins*, fiamuil, Satin di Liiinf' ) ">'n nf lhe eaof it r It. il.-Mu-, eighty
them perfect detain, lastly entitl nS-y Bay garaanab Oa.
:4bem U be considered Ute Cr t Ubor-savin Very respectfully, JOHN P. BAUM Gu-niefn Blind; Fire Scrn, Venetian Blin-l, I l ti'H .l weaksstie,-.,.,and !,ii.n.,, are h'.rtlea and .::, sod *"
t among | Leather and Shoe "'' 10 'UI'UII haiat. Iiwluine 'sj. i.n.l :. .h"d Jdja eIlreSsl" '
1 machine nf the .'< "'M.lt.IlTAl'f Findings Honse te. All Hndt g)Up!:aMt t wy, 11114 tic, business nt .. .. .1 ; bv n.sh.try.: .: 't" rio
1 age. roltf 988 King street Charleston.Fashionable is.woiatendeJlo in ali Ut Irimtie yrt dxaliva.d: fntal sp ia;* .C u.tn- the pnrp.ie. and art', rt'f.rt'. IfltC1 h 1P'tiese
;jlpamt>hleteonttin'uigfnn descriptions of their -ni luri'ni rialitjr. tlltfI
i 1 Cotton Factor & Gen'l Cem'n Merchant in the nssa.Lmoi5T. .
( aIi iid for Jot'ida .
,, ..n' of JfiUt. price. terrnt eapaeitg for .*8- Boyce ft Co.'s Wharf Charleston. 8. tir. f Jou.T "? r\RTfC''l .K \' ''I taieinff. .".I.">r. .JI.I IIS" ,,-|., I r.u'-' tht cutt.Pi.

warded to any gentleman wanting one. .. '. dl'C -11y ; | '. .1h-ear-lwirrnp( nt-h ili.h1.., ..,- .d .miot tec'ss. .hog'biseke4 .
'., obtained datnayet in action SMITH -h.II.,tr'ormvil In < Having recently an &flfltDFOHDlT2OflXEY&4T ,. BooT dE a k i ia. g'. ; .olinni-l, tn ,.IItUIJl..IlIItpltlR. ..bui : .lIt1d J."odure Ii great sav.r.g jn C'
U/fl. Circuit Court for the District STIlL
the Hides. CAY
tonngbtui Leath'er'Ec. .
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,1 ( Infringement of their Patent ./ LAW AMD HE BubscribeMroold inform thn Public that a rn i"'f pf-Jrx-tr.', isisisLss.n4;! |,j, 1'bl'.1. > SAA1P EWEt :.
I W Maryland, oran CUT'
the fire he .be mulE tmders>gned inform his friends that <... Horn., P-- i i Ii 01 : 1U ta they fcereby warn tktpMit':eytlntt pvr- Solicitors In Chancery,' f\lDDd.t having "gone through tbe can is still puyuig tbe highest cash prices fur the ".,''1'' 5fl555 'IbIt."q.1I' iies-.. n.Oo1. ufistmeror ql1.tt aJt o&wb.e.tkiy '
.. M6 J, UMvikorisrd tUdtr or UeirAfftnU.A4dreM bis shop at present located.on burpt Tint ;; .. lha aervnj.* rv..n, .h:1III.: 1..1 fr .lc.1r th""III" tlbb red "t t isu.1Jidware r" -.
I ; _. GEORGE; PAGE CO, ALLIGATOR AND NEWJf AXSVILLE,FLA, district Iomanufsctutetoorder on Forsyth street where be will continue following Prime, Hides 11 to 18c per I lb.S -naee. .
; ( I.,' 'Jr.; Schroeder. .,near- BaltiinorMt JOHN CLARK Baltimorel1L url Will attend promptly to all business .otrantedt4othenu GenUemen'i Boots; ,A of:firstliuality m IVnne Deerskins, ,- .25to lc M !Ih..rr..elad rcomrrrrheqi| .C' -ad.. 1 't.,no' reoL -
; v- Leather the 16 tu 24c
In rongb vi-nr. t l iol"I"'I*
d tn < tlu1d.Sttt
l Florida ar*'tft' m nppJi ,2. andil
I !!".. .JackMmriUe; ,t"r JL W lT. S lITi n. BR DFORn., ar well aa exeent.repsIringIn generaL' He flatten : Beeswax, r' r 29 to tAc '." I. !" ls lardy nut'.'>.',b. M dult-irrr")- j.l

Offie tAlligator.$ Offie at NtwnansrilJe.Hiram lalmlell&bst the'general satisfaction he has given The above, free of any commission,will be received ;[ : .$*..in.kin p*,>niwilli lrt- tungj, tbaa. Jw York, April >X I Me""UOIC .
.1 "hI.ly while following the.tmalnewin RL Augustine u direct consignment to factors.mrSt .' ? .
I/ : ; or through HAJIH .
Sale "
1 For : .r, -- < elp.te. ia_rt- fore the practice -
i < well aa since his residence here,will entitle him to JOHN.P. DACAl. : usaftimnnY; .I. -... I. Mesa Pork. J ,
'..nd shIrT .
i : Smith's' Flow" -10-T. the patronage of those:.who wish: ,a'well-fitting 'Plluliiton.. 8. C. blmsease tenshimtb.SlkI.i.caseed' by Be.aad,' _. \ -

r -y AJo5)fronUufon'Adsm.Stnet' ,' near &b.f' Book made out!for:the beat materiaLU.; will endeavor : ; .. J'riJM lA LartI.A. .
L i J: MdaieoM Doctor : "- NDthr extra brands in. whole and half to perform his work with every degree,'.ofprompteesa : : FotRent. ,.. ...aldfsew.. .wi j. h.b J4 _wb.stb: ; r !LLS!. _...
1lartri4rJ'crmVal A . A DWELLING II.. .n Dun)L atTest..LL.f. ..1. iss4r } \
f'tt: PPl1to" t X barrelijuitneeLvan4wealeby'Dv .l4aIit,.- -. ..... .
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