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: March 8, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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her tenderly. Overcome by this little act of aflec- raveled 'with bar for t71'{ the rest of nature revolted from'the Injusa and cruelty Te.evening after their arrival a home Lucy (w m noun BSPCTUCAJT.} ': 'Touching .
tion, Lucy clasped her arm around the neck of the tons abe(spent wit U a hoe' Dr.and meted ,oqt,t tncy.: Ha .the bhoU- stle quitely out intoUe' garden..; 'All around her, A Scene from Every Day Life' .b"t:
her friend and wept Mrs. Ellicott held her closely Mrs. Elcot wh.bad visited many of principal iroaah,and shame, that b ha\OanHtglit' were the labors of those who lov her, and had ._, ,A few,days sine awed ebfld,'a gWfaf'sti '

r ( ,and passed her hand caressingly over the beautiful x>int att loa with Lucy, Joined her.for a vgWioN,deceired, imposed ,me a.t ape 1 long for,her return. thb%. indeed, the .a'mal summers,reaidtag fa BrooUy( ;'.kksafoW

head that lay on her bosom; but she did not Few weeks before te return 1 America, And in tlnil. A lio testing.. left 1 eagerly? How warm, .and wu a beautiful morning'in month of Hay rest under circumstance*-fwc&Barlf afce 'ag.-7
, interrupt this bunt of griet When Lucy was now we will tears ;happier theb; b been Lac over with Jnigbtyforce. t had been the welcome that greeted bert She 1 sun rose all its splendor t S bad lost ft young brother tat ft&tVwkBe|e3

silent she said cheerfully, "I have work on hand mince her lid ma but une say present A warm gush of tenderness filled his heart lad her cheek as the clustering roses, that joy in every heart I which Us bright beams leme ft IW ., and a, .ceased ttlii.UIii1;

, for you now, my child, and I mean to keep you so enjoyment'whly fort th psst Let ns tarn wit a irrepressible dei to compensate for a literally cvr beautiful how' she had regardless of station, or f a of bearing .parent o C
. active you will not hare time to think of sorrow. to Mordaunt ss Lucy left hm / her put alf'.rg wu interrupted in bisreflections r'seen destroyed, yet saw,.blooml again, the ripples of the chct St Johns Mlr, l b which be r About week egd/sbe1*
C Look here." She lifted the corner of her basket; Miss Howard suggested something of her mot bo at the door,and the gardener muerit a b te- one after another on bd beautiful "he, plainly asked h ft C tO bet again where ber
a f it was filled with course garments ready for making er' coming to preside over his household, but entered. received him kindly, and al my Lucy? and more that yon hare told of the brew, laden with .-1:"Ye t dnld .bar'.*
. up. "I will lend you a thimble and you shall 1 Mordannt was insensible to her hints; he lied like i he would return to h service,expressing ret She turned her, silently,to that,dear grsnee of Bt fanned t h ,T. going t W ils'>firp* [
help me this morning; and then we will pay a his, cousin better than his aunt but would not regret at his dismissal. husband, whose protecting arm wu around her i; It war a t org gTe tat b. m f I bare taken I., !
visit to the family for whom they are intended." : endure the latter for the sake of the former. H. The old man respectfully,declined, and when but her heart wu too fall for;words.- "I hare not th busy scenes of a city thi life, to meditate sway f to coma 1t J-t, 3

Lucy began readily; and although at first silent; poke of hr going as a matter of c but she lr. Mordaunt pressed the reason,ha said he could told yon before that the tu measure of your hp beauties of Dar.tad the wisdom God.:0'is I soon a bit h h t' ,
Mrs. Ellicott succeeded in winning her attention lingered on for two weeks after Lucy's departure not serve under Miss Howard-'f. ", pie mgt reach you our own home.., advanced,wfth'my heat'fiiledwlh'gesittud.tothe e I and J'I. .
,, and interest in several families,whose wants bad ODe morning, Mrs.Bolton et the breakfast- "She cannot puil.l.anything.t do (&I yon C I followed, that I might tell'you w Ctof: all 1 beheld Tp. eased ..a

, recently attracted her own notice. No further allusion room, where Mr. Mordaunt W sitting, and told the ge." ad MOrauD& a one i t dpr snd, truer sense-than yon mdeD blde. .'tng'a i the at. 'W\prayer, ea of fhah..._ .t. .r,4
was made to Lucy' suffering. Mrs.Ellicott him she wished to give up bar lituton.and hoped I .i; always contradicted Mrs. hare ret thought with b'ckuped;tightly tog.her'aod a h tr ;':I.}( wj.iiq( lu's..
. knew enough of her painful history to sympathize 1 h.i would provide himself another hose.' lordsnnt'a ordere/,and a your name a her Lucy aur I suspicion of the Joyful truth countenance that told too plainly,thedeep'emotion.which t sad meek u J'f.fa
deeply with her, but she did not think such knowledge Iter. Mordaunt dropped his paper in sitonuh authority. She bade me things that would entered mid lay heavy at her hesrt At the moment sHwu ones.eamenpoaheraBe. .Just at lb.bar as '

was any warrant fur pressing into Lucy's I mauL"Mr spoil the ge and when I refusedjwu dis- "He hu. opened mine eyes that I see wondrous .ilet except the chirping the birds,which closed W,tyn. ,'and
confidence. She saw that activity would lighten Bolton, i is I possible you can think of pleased> me and then I w disi The ting ot of His law(1" said Mordannt gently. sed say, "mourn DOt 0 arise and be em h little we togttiysaijfe" a vpip, 'HC
her sorrow; to guide thai activity into wise and leaving met *Thirty years yon hare lived in ou new man b done more m b tba three years undet it alL Other happiness &u forted." I felt at that te U though I wu*sa intruder audible, P
useful channels was to her task. and will now ?" of care can bring round nothing comparison with this silent'' "JTow I lay me down *
a delightful Camiy. you go again.1 wu hard to see ; now they were, interfering with the devotion of ft til '"
St ( Lucy learned readily; she entered with earnest "Yes, thirty years hare lived with mother and i a one's trouble go for noUna?but I did not core indeed, one-not,for time that mirb end with pure and spotless he and determined t retrace I pray tte Lord my C ke t' '

SM into the benevolent plans of Mrs. Lllicott lon, and it is hard on me to g aYl1 but I can on my own account saw ) Mordannt cry another day, bu for etrait looked up with my step when ab' her full black eyes If I should die before I -* :_- i
and who can tell the benefit it was to her Her not stay in the same house : I like a child over the arbor roses that cost us tr eyes,in her de and thought cmlr. a radiant smile of joy lit up her beau Te but wr wu pronounced uthatdnaorl !;
step grew lighter, and her eye brightened as of would not have been here now if Mrs. Mordannt both 8 much pains and car*. I would rather bear -"All the way which He had led her r She tiful bt troubled cnntnc a she exclaimed tDe which t tongue uses wl.Ie steals ta
.t ; and many a IOn low tone of song escaped had not made the best of our troubles. She was trouble than see the old masters daughter feel it- rmemb then, what trial* had done for her- wilt not leTe me Its muscles, and the .wt chd .asleep m
her in the peace of a fully occupied mind. an angel t bear all she did-and I am little like it'. little she was used to it in his time." ) ; blessed influences had come with them, I turned aUDd and mj very heart sank within Je-bdlprf bl.b J

Your wife looks as ,happy as any of us," said her,as everybody knows." Mordaunt was much distd "You must u the early and the latter rains upon the thirsty me, to bhold tt wasted form,the once lovely chie wt It rough bloom "
Miss: Howard to Morduunt as they stood together She drew her band over her eyes, and was silent come to me again," he sid; I Howard leaves earth, to enrich and beautify. She felt it was so, Alice W-, of the town of N_ I spproached in a more genial 'clime. wt 'wouUnot '.

( by the fire, watching Lucy's rapid lingers as they Mordaunt walked across the room, and sat down my house immediately. You must make this and. her heart was silent before that Great Being her with theprofod.Ueling ofmyus- roic t have a child, lfvingordying,

: moved over a piece of work. beside ber."There I Mrs. Morduunt wished tojiave it; and, who worketh out such wondrous ends through tare, for 1 thought t culd a Qung ltlt" Wow blessed words o Jesus'-l.' *:' ,,
Mordaunt made no reply. "She looks happy is something in all this I do not understand gen telo., spare neither money nor labor O loch means. from her that would be a satisfaction t a gam. ;.,
l and beautiful too," he thought; "and if she lack ," he said. "What can Miss Howard have the arbor of roses: i she ever returns to letter My reader, who hu followed with me this story warning'to others. S I stpp'fr and T" ;-I K'-i
the sensibility of a higher nature than her own, at done t grieve or offend you? And what do you find it ss she first arranged it.I to i the end, shall we not bear patiently, and go on clap her hand st silence, ToTe .

least she is saved from its suffering." mean by saying Mrs.Mordaunt had much to bear?" The old man promised joyfully. "Ill make i meekly in our appoint way, trusting evermoreto tears.a meeting thus, fel fast from her Hara yon a wicked pupil, 'h C olenoj) *

He sighed heavily, moved over to the table "It is not my business to spek sir; and if you such a place, Mr. Mordaunt, a her little foot hu the love meteth out all our tw Shall pallid cheeks. slumbers,'wh sod f lost shame., '
where Lucy sat and lifted a book from it. SUe haTe not seen for you will not believe never trod in old England!I" we not leave judgment with Him, repine not At last I found utto, aD. 'the first t wh you bY vainly U&tead tna o good,,the
beard the nigh, and ventured to look up; she met ; my telling. The first hour Miss Howard stepped I do not mean to inflict upon my reader tbo tough the burden b heavy? Shall we not hope break the eileDc What h broughtyou t the right; .who illayoardrfwtthsnxioa. .,
his glance. He smiled upon her; he bad not done I her foot over your threshold, she made herself scene between Miss Howard and Mordaunt. She on when the day is darkest until eablystrgle here t" At the question, I saw a shudder,run esns your night with aWI ftonght,and"
'I since their ride: together. mistress, and she treated your wife like a doglike met his wrath and scorn with taunt and defiance. pas away in life, and lght and imortlJ! through her entire frame; sh shook in every limb, whom you sometimes you lore 1
"What do you find to employ you so busily?" a dog indeed I I could not bring myself torring "I' depise you" were her parting words; "and but spoke not a wor Yet don't a to crush him with yow r n.T

rr '"I love to work," said Lucy laughingly' aud the heart of a dog a she has done that of your baby wife will do the same for you have A Siter'. Love. Dear Alice, "I'cannot expressthe b a sad will u h.1, c p,tin-- *

rolling it up; "I am the happier for it." my dear young lady,every day they were together. turned her love into contempt and if you seek to "SISTER I the mate of childhood's hour joy I feel at meeting yon once more. Yen harmonixiog. 'Yon 1I! Ksst'ha
"I should not think you were ever otherwisethan But God will remember her for it; she may live win it yon will find it as I tell you." When life was young and fresh and green; bare elapsed since we p and on that day then b sacrificed? 'Jfo,better far rria.,
: j happy," said Mordaunt. t b homeless hellf and b driven out among So they parted, and they met no more. Her The comforter when cares did lower I bid yon fllrewell I in ill the beautiesof Dons b din andbagofrea/f 1.ruins

Luey'n bright eyes were dimmed with tears; strangers. bcUIO te" wo no place for her course was downward, uuhonored and unloved; The sharer in e1 joyous scene, grlbo to society,and s blessing ronhavanotdrirenbimthertjrestrsiiToaieonld, '
reproach and pain mingled in the glance she bent among her own f' a mischief-maker, in the pleasant places by the What dearer tie/what purer love to you pt But alas! what inroads a few DOt Perplh hand tamy gently knacks tb* .:
'(n him. It troubled him; he wished for a mo- he uttered the last words with the emphasis of learth-side she found no room; without friends, Can we around our hearts entwine, short years sor can make on the human chord c nt Another heart may find '
then,to read a page in the history her bid strong feelings; the tears were on her flushed rep* or affliction, the sun of Eleanor Howard's (Save that which beameth from abve.) frame! Will you tell me now,candidly,what it is Im sympathy,where ; ieraWd tsotbi
life. He doubted if she were so happy as he check, and mingled grief and indignation were in life set iu deep darkness. As she had sown, so Than this abiding love of thine t" that lays so heavy at your heart, and b assured more care, but bni Met i7
thought her; but this slight:; emotion of inter- her truthful and sincere countenance. The pent she reaped. Evil was meted ont to her for evil, There is something inexpressibly: in a that all the comfort and assistance-that a sincere mould hi&bU ,se. h
h t
soon neither did emotions of her .heart had found and tcbinA friend can render will given you.1. care hi leprosy and build him a '
passed away: it influence up warm rent malignant passions pressed sore upon the Sister's lova. Her heart is a pure and b np
materially the prevailing sentiments of bill mind either did she much restrain herself! She felt her heart that had cherished them. affections,and happy should that brotherbe She r her eyes again calmly, and with a would your bartrejoutsandsowual&Havmr: iBROWSIU.
unearthly -
\ :" her He was unconscious of the power master ns much t blame as Miss Howard. Mor- Now, our reader, we will fancy"two long years to whom she clings through the changing scenes mournful;yet sweet voice, said-From my earliest 'a.Perc.

) llia'lloward exercised over himself and in his daunt seemed greatly agitated. He desired her togo are flown-two years and more, for Lucy landed of this blighting world. She his been his com- childhood, I forruej an attachment for one of Lore.
: He would have been inezprcsbibly: with him t the library, where they would b on her native shore "in the leafy month of June." panion from childhood; she has watched the developments the noblest of boys. Though young, he wu manly j
had be known the system of petty perse free from interruption. Mrs.Bolton followed she is at the hotel, aud Mordaunt who has just of his mind and person, hu admonished in deportment gentle and kind in disposition, Peo lore b this ad vantage In|;that it leaved *f

she maintained against Lncy. She controlled rapid steps, wondering where all this would lead arrived in his own carriage, shaking bonds with him when wrong, and smiled upon his and beloved by every one that knew him. We th pr nothing farther t desire.:'Thar*'.'
the servants at her pleasure in bin name. to.i She began t think something wrong. Dr. Elcott and begging permission t see Mrs. triumphs-she has peopled his mind with the rare were raised tip together; and u we advanced b a least,la w t sod flndVab-'

bad: contrived the dismissal of Lucy's old and "Now, Mrs. Bolton," he said, locking the door, IOrIUD\ The Doctor, like a wise man, and beautiful treasures of her own, she has taught years, that attachment kindled. into a flame solute to content; for which seeks 1 Bra.or darea"' '
; gardener; and, as Faring advanced she "we are alone. You have said things you must asked no questions,but lead him to their parlor, 1 him those virtues which will render him a useful love the purest, holiest of lore and 0 pt 4'T.h has, u It were,fitted npwftS 4.
made ouch change and alterations in the gar unsay, or substantiate. I have confidence in your and sends a to Lucy that her husband member of society, prepare him and encouraged it and;often, spoke of the te w o imagination r th# truth"of pssaSa*'
I'r; as threatened nearly tll destroy it. Lucy truth, but do not let prejudice color it in this instance wishes to see meg. will not say her heart did embalm his when he has Mdet delight when we should b joined together.' But t pace wit and outvies Uun.
memory pl1se alas! they knew bow There
not quick the of
staggered under this accumulation of evils ; her ; you cannot know how much depends upon not beat a little more quickly when she heard it, He who never knew a administration c pleasure ID are f.
authority was disregarded in the houRthold and it Tell me all you have seen, all you have herd, yet she looked calm, and her slightly deepened nor felt his heart warming sit' beneath her endearing could b dashed away' and one'ot sorrow pel lattery so, soft, .that. here f jtotft

1 ; hu.bond made complaint of annoyances whichit and tell it truly rs you must answer it to God." color subsided into its usual* tinge before sh I smiles and lore-beaming eye, has been Days.b its and place months, for me rolled-t drink t and its I very d the beyond bottom them of the that heart 1 f Ip t I, at in her "I will, sir," she said "and if did reached the door. Mordaunt by, wu approaching &I '
was not power to remove. The convic ; you really was 1 surprised a I unfortunate It not be if
t the
inde i wonden idle
bad strengthened in her mind that Morduunt Dot know how it was with the tender ben God her .PI.ranc. that he neither moved nor spoke. tb fountains pure feeling, flow i his bosom, of womanhood. Ad be in all the beauties Hud commas phrases,fJcnUtaaaAa, 1tryaref

of Miss Howard's conduct permitted: it gave you to watch over, it will b hard for you t Pale, suffering, dressed in deep mourning, she had but sluggishly, or if the gentle emotions of his mllnho now graced every station,and being chars Whpr it bf
of a
[ that she might leave him. ienr. I know how the marriage was forced on dwelt in his mind since her absence-but this lady nature b lost in the sterner attributes of mankind.A arie1ing dipioD he wu persuaded by his the feeling.we a to *
: She began to think it would be better fur her togoLad you; still it was a bitter thing to humble her in was richly clad; health and beauty were in her sister's influence is felt even in manhood's associates to Tiit every hOTe of crime and misery, br.t 1b Mctterable,, t which sH
she not already done all that could be the dust a you did! and let that proud woman fine expressive face and now fully developed form, riper years, and the heart of him who baa grown until It proved his ruin ever. I tried to plead fing a li& and vain! Perfect JOT*
tier with him, to forsake those that were dragging him its Cka the
atkcdof her? trample her under foot" and her somewbat'stately manners were little like cold in its chilly contact with the will warm rp &e c nalcyom' t
; One day Mordaunt came in from the garden "$he did not dare I' said Mordaunt through his those of the young shrinking girl he had made and thrill with pure world incident with lightning speed, to an untimely grave. I entreated t ware, and the a I around 1 ItE. 4.
; with a look of anger, which. his face but rarely clenched! teeth; "she did not"-he checked him his wife "Can this b Lucy?" was his almost awakens within him te 11\ toDe the glad melodies him with all the earnestness of a intended Ado pima I
bride I reminded him of all the sacred G
: : wore. He found Miss Howard alone in the parlor. sale "Go on, Mrs. Bolton ; speak to the pint involuntary exclamation. of a sister's voice, and ho will turn from purposes ; rows w, II .
"Where is llr*. Mordaunt Eleanor There is and begin at the beginning." "Am I so altered, then?" sbq said gently, surprised which a warped and false philosophy had had made fm.me to time, but i prov useless; 'e. I win btc a cot a eie wife *.
the and
terrible work going on in the garden ; it will be She did; Dud such a tale as she poured into the st his emotion. He took the hand she ex turned into and even weep for the fangs dl d had sunk ivy, ,, C by *
l utterly ruined if it U not put a stop to. That clr of her astouuded listener, it would b hard teDde and held i in both his own; she withdrew i iit gentle ePicDC moved him i his earlier en deep; in his heart, and ther w no loosing brook,meandering e its aJ'"aii 1
; beautiful arbor of roses is torn up by the roots, for uu to Keen, shrewd, observant, holding unkindly, but naturally-there was no I years. them; and s step by step, from one pUce of infamy ant babbling" in dulcet twkjing'straias, -1ara.>*H.
rept. and crime to another
: and the stupid gardener says Mrs. Mordauut a place abve that of a seraDt having the ad answering sympathy in her heart He felt it deep Sooner can you bind the free winds, than seal be w hurried by h love love; -where the ath radolsnt a
hellish associates, to participate in the vices of eoothing.t e' s
ordered it. I dou't understand why she did so, vantage of some education, being much in ly; for many moments he lit silently by her aide, up the springs of such mysterious affections. ft a ., aromas, t,.ru. '
' when it went up in the first instance under her contact with her superiors, she was far from being unable to speak."I They will flow on and the desert and the cave dDk pfigt lalgf:i sad the dissolve m the quld fires/: J
: direction." incompetent to the task. All her womanly sympathies have wronged you, Lucy" he said at leDgth cannot resist their and u sorrow and "The Tt us to make me every day,DOW -where the balmy morning sephyr rfgV tin
proga became could I see him once a tha dense forest's
Under the old gardener's, you mean; it was bad been enlisted for Lucy; and although "and have much t say in explanation; frt misfortune strips fm charms and dreams, adom Scarcely leafy maze,chanting 11m.
and when I did see bun he seemed to Inml melody i-where the
his taste not your wife's, that beautified the gar she. told the story in her own way with love for will you tell me truly if there was ever a time there is one recollection that will come like musicto week b tiny songsters that whirl ia
he had rather have been In ethereal warble
r ; den. She goes contrary to the judgment of the her mistress, and strong dislike to Miss Howard when you regarded me with interest and affection?" a brother's heart-that will thrill upon its u tough any space nought but love,, 'I;win
one's company than mine--snd I shall never forget plant thee a garden of
. present gardener in everything; he has complainedto tnnnifefct in every it sounded like truth t She sighed-"Once--there was." darkened and troubled depths with a yet gorgeoa.1oveIiDe culled
wor atg the night I him last" ,And the tears from nature's
me repeatedly, and uDleU'yuu give absolute her agitated 'be veil lifted; there werecorroborating "Once! Oh Lucy! Yet I knew i must be s sweet melody, and bring up the ScDe s. b moat ardent designs,,warmest tints,
gun to drop fast from beautiful she and sweet incenseDolpby -**. -
order that she shall not interfere your poor creum.tDC that flashed like light Tat love died out for want of aliment?. aDd childhood, long uDrmemb by him. I i continued-"He came in he about eight e I and '- smelling dear
mother's garden will be a perfect ruin." ning on his mind. He felt it true,and his distresswas She seemed troubled. "I am afraid it wu so," tbe recollection of a Sisters Love. o'co doD'UozeUo leave a bitch for
e he entered the door, I saw that cowcnmbera and .
Mordannt's eye flashed fire; he left the room He remembered the suffererwas she said, sadly. ---'". a h toynn.-tey'r. -so elr'pickled.
unspkble. A Well-ordered ted. His face wu and his eyes glared *_ '
under the influence of the strongest excitement mid. uncomplaining; and under his '"Through me you have suffered deeply, Lucy; | like a madman's. fuh heart sank 5,

and in the hall, met Lucy. roof, beneath his very eye this oppression bad yet I sometimes hope, when I tell you all, your These words are a "home thrust" to maty in me, to think the one tesigbt I wu raised my with Eloquence is not only the art.of sddiepiag'mat
Allow me to detain you one moment" he said, gone OUt and he had strebe forth no hand to gentle hen will forgive it freely. Selfreproachbu practical lessons of wisdom. The relations of wit taught to. respect aDd to love,yes fminfc. in Pablio-it is the gift.of strong feeliug acconte
with difficulty restraining himself within the help her. He groaned made and I do not feel childrei f thought extensive
, il ablut agony. my sorrow agony, a husband and wife p.reDt and and the recess of my that I should now knowledge splendor of fanagf-
bounds of common civility. "I am excessively r Bolton softened:-"If it will comfort you if I ever could forgive myself." brothers and sisters, a all embraced within their dept he me by the hand, nation force of expression; and the power''t cons
I disuatitsfied with your alterations in the garden; I to know it, Mr. Mordannt I can tell you she for He took her hand, and this time i lay quiet in meaning. his bold dk came hot A h my lk face, filled with mnnkating.in: written or spoken )langaaga' to

beg madam you will let it alone,or your senseless gave you everything. The night bfur she went his own. He began far back his sod reitl when To husband, love, kindness, honesty,, sincerity the brt of mm,and not like that of my John a, other mIlD'the idea,the feeling the eonvictooa'ae( '
folly will destroy it." away, I overheard her praying you; and i i first his father told bun she must b He and forbearance towards the chosen partner of I and oor cried aloud My God,why hit thou visited truth, the admiration for the beautiful,'tba'dts/ J

. Luc made no def.nce She only felt ho joined my belief that is how she came to forgive ou mae her understand how it wu; he laid bare the his life, a essential. To the wife, a loving hen 1. ua with thy judgments severely 1 r I dropped position to uprightness the enthusiasm for rirteej: ,'
with Miss Howard in heaping upon her insult and She spoke so long and earnest, a if her heart was workings of his mind through all the period of a cheerful home; brgh fires inste of black upon my knees and asked 1 him stay his devotion' to duty the hernia late af ou faf ,
injury. She shrank from his aDt countenance in it; and she did not remember any unkindness their aftercourse;he d..et with shame and remorse stoves,smiles of deotion and obedience, steps, and we might yet be 1 happy, but dow with and the feifli'in 1mmorlaJitifwi i "." )
u be approached her, and h ceased speaking then, I know. She did so much&please you, I on Miss Howard's influence over bun, and the unworthy natural forbnc mutual interests a cultivation i wa ha left the house, return honcrable-the feeling heart' the clear bearf/&tMt,
she instantly left his presence. often wondered bow you could keep 1 cold and ands fir which she used it He had always of mutoa bt plwt and studies,a love I more.ftghutfy m very night he-went 1 a gambling D sound,judgment the popaiar kaowbdga' tho''
. Te next day Lucy wrote:- stern lk; she had a I..trouj face, too, as loved( her .a sister, did not believe.fier of the beautiful te parents, fixed'rules : saloon,and began to throw the cards t with artistic imagination;'the ardent patrfctism, lisV -K.
"Ms.MOKOACXT believe I have done all andborne ever gladdened a mtbe. her tbXh father capable of a seriously wrong action ; was blinded of government for children,.founded on justiceand I child of and being better skilled a the manly courage the attachment to Cberty:'tb* j ,
all,that mother she had ber. I usedto to her real character. As ce b pious philosophy and, lastly,tba reHglon ca.o. ** :.
can reasonably be demanded of me and none core ss regarded her actual mercy, whose fruit ,Is love, recognizing and game ft
to fulfil my marriage row. Xo good can cm.of think she thought of that sometimes; when she intercourse with Lcr. he wu sn ablut stranger strictly observing the'rights'' the ,chid as t by t dpt'a'a bc rant with'the moat exalted Idea of the drvmity, ,
c t
I my bearing this bitter burden any longer, and it sad 'Our Father!I' sh* seemed to feel a kind of to every part of i t. would him the justice scrupulously as they demand obedience; cut et which ended lathe lift of&t my hopes which tender the Individual,pId'thepeopJ.1hat *
is my wish to j with Dr. and Mrs. Ellicott to nearness to Im And He w near to her, or to'believe thatI. vate order and system!in a things and a tst for the,. "I buried to the very hill in his breast and the human race sacred. It supposes in ns&bepoueaaioD' ,
. England for rears. If.t the expiration of she could not have smiled her patient smile on us, Yes-she did him that justice. the useful and beautfl instead of and he never spoke again" and exercise of aO ale intellectual and
time desire she did when we went in to her room "When the whole story of her frivolities all essential. moral acuities that are involved hi speech-tba' J
that yon me t ntra to your house, as always bne came I the ae Alice fell insensible at my feet 'I hte t
a.r.: I shall feel bound t do so-not Otherwise. Perhaps morning and evening. Her heart war heavy withit my knowledge, I can scarcely yon how I felt Provide amusements for children,i yon would bathe her temples with water and W tit glad power. of the human *orkt'Lanu...' *.
I hate done to force though I never her sing she Over emotion indignation againsther them from seeking it from home., ," '
wrong myael upon all ; her bwr Lucy. every o keep away see ber soon begin to sh. igns fveAf Burrs TO LauD M0<-Feppergrau says),
J ( yon ; my motive were K and I hae been the away, and she never laughed when trie t ,there wu warm, gushing tenderness for yourself Make the house cheerful, and happy,and desirable she be better t p. that if be stays cat late.at night and wishes t*
; greatest sufferer. I wil in three days, i ch her up, but she always turned wht -, sympathy, admiration by turns fled if you would have it irresistible to the members'of aitc conveyed her home whe Tt avoid scolding or curtain lectir. from.. Mrs l'j
yon hare no objection to make. something for my good, in her jDtle tender my hesrt. I loved you then, and have (loved you it .Discard the austerity and cold stiffnessof her every day,until she wu restored to her natural ha generally waits ont tin+ ,:the "wea'sma boar. t t
"Lrcr MORDACM." way. And i I lore God better I usedto over since, my sweet Lucy; and if you.will for formality,, but observe a the true and genuine mind. yont the twal"rhea then auger of bit better* t

tI Mordanat wrote a few words i answer, expressive do I owe it all t her." give the past you old! feeling may return for one politeness of, honest,hearty humanitywhich Tune rolled on and, I am hppyl uy,th half subsides Into ran for his personal safety...,. 1
of his approbation and consent Luey d She lifted her streaming eyes to heaven wit a who J is unworthy, I ko., wh w b so teaches u to others u wa would that bloom gradually returned t hr ce and i ne goes ont, -.011 bnwic">* with a promise to b.
ped some tears over the first line she bad r lot of gratitude. After a few moments, she deeply,trulrjrrateful for your lore I" othe should do'unt us,'and "love one another.. about two yean after,I had the pleasure seeing home at II. ,Hal psst nine, .Jfia,, P. utMtff
aired from him; but her feelings towards him said-"You hare only my word against that of Lucy's head wu bent down; he could not see a"home ihod every, Christian family b her united t one o the first men in town., : ten,aggravated; half-past; tin,positively enrajjti !
t had changed; her heart war chilled into indifference Miss Howard. You know that I hare been faithful her face. She said, so low, he could just he the Then'- the seeds of pie, honesty, uprightness, Such were the misery,and end of one,that bid and rehearses to herself an address for. Pepper*

. ; the prospect of char wa*pleasant to her; and truthful in the thi.re that I hare Wo cheerfulness; and happiness, sown and fair to be a uq man in society when lOg bt grass's ia1'ecliAcltioa. filled with euttiegrea; '

the .uliug of a li. tm have gathered served your family. I tnk t you believe me; "Why did yon never write me this?" nurtured in the home. ,.would spring up,,and grow dear reader,h young heart. wu t every preaches; eleven vague'anea4maam..oann9ftnis4
. &e.lye the point of time she bad but send fur the old -he has a.itatO "Because I dare not Lncy. t cd Hot intrude and multiply,'u the different mmb of these rice,and,he kept going,.uw.t by, t until by an Indefinite fear,that "somathiqpunastbftTa).

e pent under 1ordDuDts root in this square-question him, and yon find he my remorse upon the only time tranquility yon families rdit t all points O co p like be b gained,the but round o Infr. filled happenedhsttput The astonishment Eleanor wa unbounded asher has suspicions I well ss myself. Before he left, bad enjoyed since yon bad bOW I had not ,I. halo'' glory, led'"peace'on earth a drunkard's've' leaving.on* of the tenderestand sioo-ears. tab the place tijjUiii: jag flancca.
; indignation, when she heard that Lucy was he asked me if he should go,to you and make the courage,' lest you should write ma what yon will t men" would be the prl resultTWIKTT .- gentlest'o creatures almost broken-hearted. twelve o'clock,aneadursbls"SMfcnse, If aba anr/;
going. She never supposed that one who would complaint, I ,told him he might.well save hirn- would not say, if I could succeed In making you ._ ,_ -.... r I Take warning from this, dear friends,and b kaesii the ont'ODe'Vcleesvjkrww8worked ., ;. '.
; bear wrong would tarn at (last and act sell,the labor, for 1i Ho..a's will, w law, understand bow it b,h with'me'from th Yeas,JUaww- 4m.>'JU.Qt.1 careful what epI1.ke foritmayjirove bas -wtinlptions," ,a for herself.a m1 saw at a',ln that Mordaunt'sbona and,if she.said "go" go he must ,I thought 1 first :I bare lived upon t single hope,that yon Lrviv. .A woman In Connecticut whose hud !! ., .' off np the bsadbVirnaa Pepperpasa' jwiwtifthrows ".
drunkenness, 1.u going ,
s .sir but I believe the truth,spoken and softer win'the has reclaimed from through t I
t could U no home f h.i his wife weregone then, sooner, would frye me t try.and b. law Mid a' 1ufte1tbato.lai'! *."i(>jed. b see bMyu
Mrs. Mordaunt of the Maine physician i One of the
: "She bad digged the she saw a. might, have kept among us.Kobodyl .- love tt nw 1 pru. 1 De" In.tWt sin1'Ibarebeen''marriedtwenty 1 Vate she"ivyu Wraid that, ftoma_ .accident_ _mwstbe..b.ppodbh .
fI. l had Mien into U: truly they were scorpion sting :will JOy..b over there,uwlT herb 'He bth head .Oerth. hamdbe held, a art JL bachelor friend of 'at which"opened" _.
lashed ber-"cony, malice, and I .with h and I .her hi*lips) Lac felt h tears upon years, bt it seems.I my hub and beautifully.. 'OUg. In r r .J
j that .u- sang ,
a unc how it sod the I begun lire &w& flu drw or eM Auufaa seams 8"j
,'sad, the could not restrain Mordannt t & Ta I
ow hJut 'that
ttableness,1"Days .b h. It Sh h had ,Tea sweet rymes she wu dying t learn a _frf.-DreuWdtioek oa .. '
DeTer M
_and went,on In t silent flight mae glad .with goodness.' ,May bring it saw it wu sot; be drew her gently to him .uc o .aP which be cruelly kept shot np in his heart '. 1 &o ,with
w of She back on her own "' She "The put is not so lou In abundance, ,two:pig in the a' g r.m"UItD-.1 .
and,Lucy shore hen b1rl" ig1nD L- f when"be not to know if he wu to va '
t Engnd due d h wL&
'spn "All my .b 6'eeft _" & .S.-
welcome that caused heartto rose aad t th forgiven 1": hi-pedieree and .blood to
met ft -"b 1f I t h 't
g : when be.
ronl of
3e I with "where' finished ft job Formerly ; fur all considsrssi hueynrtridgsandshatawoedoumptat :
home W
of its early said, in "And yon will go me, yonr Ye 10" .
with .uqtt .dp .Q.
beat .h h ., ) '. W'rit
drink flit .
do but
his nothing bt
theJy butchered pork,
3t t : He 1c /u received her with kindness "I will send to"you' it&saying, one _word known gentle 5 pretence for 1llmp a' gDe: I.bare. '" ,Dt. and carouse the remainder of the-day; This yearbe'got Bt 1a't h a 'm'ON &'w d.ai of-PNa.uniforms.sane of Ueaa mldters ran .7
that a' longer c ripened into oXu t him ma1" ,- years ; : confer bappm s ea.in their willwatthaWbtost Laces'-
aunt hb'teamtand'broughtbomesloadefwood .
t genial atnuwphwt,.be gained confidencein 'Issenttand she left the room. I do,not know that the yes was .spoken audibly, ,. up upon her 111a not:briagt veaienee. The Englishman,witn h&lroa MOBIL.
I snch a charm thatuuchinteroonreawitbgoodsocictyimparte. )cannot idea of his I but husband wu satisfied. the soewer. i ii (* I it strange. that that woman believed be. would h* toll her- e A tight coatee, and straightened pantaloons woufal-
herself sad tie many nameless adequately coney any th wel "wit of th Maine law* v. l..F.acdange J'aprr_ f sot be able to disport bimsalf fit an frea ft saanoe/.
I'x &s hole. 'a the virtu* ,
sad man, *
(11 They suffering a just .
; "
pat hex arm around bet,.and kitten ht.m1de i <: : *! ; .

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lrlt Sloriba The. Florida Central tM J 0.. R lca, .0 VoeuioanI.tr4a The Honso, in'Committee'of,the'Wbol., coisidertd J 'HEWS ITEMS. .., t. __ 4 .
) Ucpubltcan.JACKSONVILLE. rx the, erflui'ofbe ? 'the'Senate4amendmenU to" S fa, t" ,- cac. -
During Februa.rr ) Supreme the Indian Ape Oatbe'225of
S following articles".which: WaaniavoiFeb. 2 Lateacconnts from : stat.that,tbe Fibruar7.b the XeY. j
"lie } at ths{ place the following order was entered b ,rf tt v Goysu. nOtiJAVID WL
L Charleston papqsflL commend > N '., ,%Tbere Werejoid b refte'Sast1wo: Messages PAl4thftftnr' r;tt.' fu" ';W taken nosiessMni of.the-SaQ Iloads, PEOYESCE. ofXarbi _
S he attention its_ records/ 5'5- v- (- from PresTdrorof'thVUnite i StaW-one re- became general, ana In'aU directions.Havana FJa.J I- MARY ELlZ.\llETB.
( our reader We : ,the aia were transporting troops !
,., ., daugbteot
-'-- -'- -j-fl. > .i Thursday Hatch 8 1855. of,the business men of let1i this Court the Clerk M r ---rcertain ajprepriatlonsvanjl the etherS thID t f l was strongly guarded\>j tolnntoers and Nt.1tI 110. c. t A

terest i ia' the construction this wo copies of the"Head Nolej., UiredSl' Uae'. en.... ..r.I"I. ; the bLut v.r. "'..f, ,Feb.SS.The aD outbreak wu'expected.!n"a few days. '. >: please copl
1 .__ delivered in the ". ''J.'rit .WMDmfQTO : A
S 'is. fJIFHon S. R. MAtLoar will accept our thanks aoebUess; as aoonlu theen' reent opinions tortd;for the use of the cases '1Jd' _: J : {(?- rf.t'"I ,nomination "of'General Scott as' Brevet UesarsC'ar 0.Wtfson Co,'Cottow:Factors in OB1T17AHY "=**,

c for valuable public documents. long existed in monetary affairs newspapers, published in the city of Jackson- $? /fc'commnafcation' 'Lit aaniGen ral, nndertb9 bUe act revrrinjf 'Jfw Orleans,have fcO d-Ttwir liabilities amount |i--ThftCMMTeisrs-Bn.' I

i- -- S SI t"i I subeeribeliberally towards_the e should they or either of them' desire to pub- Wai;transmttfln/c/ the repari larXJorTunet m bait rank'in the army has been confirmed by the to (6SO.OOO.; but their sts. probably exceed I FERGL'SQ pLouru1 H&H ilis.t

**rw:: from C pt Krso, .f the steamer "We recently had an them for' the information of tire bar or pnbiic. survey of the Bed River! 3 t i in thi*_region' _' 5. .of._ *the"** raft.. l SenahUft4cstGp i 'ti j.T. amount ,Thus wean, agahr'called, & foC

,we that the Town'of St tlarysliu been visi- I with gentlemen interested in tbe 'name;to fjbe4udge bo stated. dliveringtbqQpiniomJx. 'witfln accompanying pr i. : 5Tke Senate-hasjas..edthe .Ocean,.:Mail Steam _Judge_Trumbnll.the new Senator from Illi] -% workof.Deathia ou upob to

; / serious fr which destroyed sometwentvBinebnfldings. : tbe Florida Central Railroad to :In accordance irithtbat'order, .it' affords me .Mr. Clayton: ,submitted:a resolution caHinjf.oahe :Sbip"BillWith the clause.l continuing the'Collinscontract is:a Connecticut man, and formerly lived In Oi' Object of the above eom.mJU1itr.III¬ice C
t .' "e not in possession'bf ville,'wesfwardlyj' through 'the" President of,thtf United States, it.nll incompatiWe Chester. He is a grandson of Trumbull the wia
until 1SCO. hj
ae any to furnish the following statement of cases bf all l : stranger with M,let heLM lived k S ? 4to C:
r further particulars.i ? .. ports of Middle and West of 'v ;i the P ubli'nterei for:copijs '"The consideration the tariff Bill was made the torian of CbnnecticitThe'S'avy'Depaftment win the .,-.
.. delivery opinions. oV record file l in regard thesettlemroVof1the"eont respect and .esomofby ,
r statistics and information thus S flespectfullyTours, .., documents or on. ., to, ,the Special order of the day for to-morrow. : havVadTices, saying that freads.. Uibfrrtfted nat- rd.1 r

i G.Dr.rr.'C t our anriDlclamu 'disposed to consider'ths! Vork'o A. DOGGETT C. S. C. >Ymly.in' 'relation : The,House has passed the Old Soldiers Bounty tSutqvt\aMt :arrived"Valparaiso on Jani whIch had been thorOuhhe1tahe! 1I'bb qusiI i

: 1 that the favorit &eae needed by the people of Florida, i Lob; Islands i agreed to.' Land Bill which includes thlm who. have' served nary'.1 at,' in'nineteen f days nd:fonr boors front with winning lDlJU1era'lh OOIDbiaeil o,
will hereafter touch atMiddlebnrg, (Block Creek,) Maria On'motion Yr.Yl ; the Senat?Uok np the obW traita
Samuel L. Burritt, Appellant s. Doggctt. by 01.
desirablo"AtlnntiCoutlet as at sea. as well as those on jihore ,\( 5 Acapulco, the ih'ortestjuassge* ever made between tborungfr :gentleman.
I ; Friday,on her way up the river 'io.tewh.r from Duval I Circuit Court House'bill remodel tbe 'diplomatic and consular l '
; the of their : Appeal .
e erating growth yonng ,_ WASHnfOTOX, March 1.' the two ports- She left Valparaiso for the United -------5. 'l:4
considered ; -- :
( ; Saturday heretofore. This :arrangement, by a terminus upon the"St Johns ) delivered by.Judge King,of the Southern system'of the United States;'which was "to The Senate adapted resolutions securing freedom I Stateson January 15th., All 'well. She isexvected ------------- --: n
I : making the communication more' direct, cannot of Court below reversed and ,and passed. ;-' 1' :: COl'f'LRCiA BEc01U'
which we have a direct interest Judgment : -* 1 of worship American citizens abroad. to reach the United States In the coarse of [ It
: 4 i fail be acceptable all interested.We trial and the is remanded Several iinternal-itnpwvement billsWere; eon : ,
t t will also.be productive of new awarded cause Several private-bills ward passed. two months. 3 T

'are luct t state that the St. Juknt will to Charleston from the increase further proceedings, not inconsistent with this, sidered and passed; also a'bill pninting' certain The Civil and,Diplomatic: Bill was taken up and By ,the late foreign news we learn that a law Shipments of Cotton." ir
,tI make trip 6t Augustine this week, leaving forward the West and made additional pawers to the corporations of Washiag- made to push From the Port of Jackson victor the
t frorn an attempt It thronghjrith the House laving been enacted in Sardinia for the sale of the : 11
sp Jacksonville.. on the llth in at S o'co A 11. upon the St. Johns. It is. in Seymour Ilalliday t'l. Jacksonville and Alligator toa'and Georgetown and bill authorizing the corporate ; amendment;for the .modification ef the TarittMelsrs.IDroadhead estates of convents and churches being arranged Off on the 6th'Wtte, n halest, yf fz'r ToSavsnZ'SeminoleT t
1T .5'S. of to imposo addi-- f St.Joans,53
inform which appeals strongly to Road Company: Writ of Certiorari.-Opin authorities Geargetown Cooper Clayton and othersavow that the latter shall be supported by the State the I ; W'e1ab !Totalw*' rand
I 'iWe are requested 1 our readers Let the appeal' ional tiios, and for other purposes.The oChsestdby' Florida! ,1; CaroW 7
'S: : who has for sale a collection of apd support. by Associate Justice Dupont. Senate t. the consideration of the their intentions of tacking thereto tbe"rtnch plpc115 published allocation, delivered before Totah9.'S ..

't Foreign Plants,'will remain in this city only two And It is hardly to be presumed ) dismissed with costs. bill to reorganise proceeded the courts in the District' if Courabia : ; Spoliation Bill, Messrs. Dix's Insane Bill, the CVrdiaals,'against the measured. He denounces .' Ii'- --_... : ___: :

of Florida along its line are Seymour na'.Iiday 01:1:Jacksonville and Alligator I and every vetoed bill,. if any modification of 31rBadger's .' the Sardinian Government, declares the e'naettnen'ttobeofn Markets. _
i Tboao wishing to purchase will find and to reform and improve the laws thee .
S .ylong. carry to completion) so extensive Road Company:' Appeal from Duval,Circuit amendment to the bill providing for the effect.It : t "- : .SAVANNAH, MARCHer l.-ConorAni.c
L1 describing his different varieties, at of which discussed by Messrs. Pettti'ToombiDutler ice
was the
enterprise, but they have .-Opinion by Associate Justico Dupont ; reduction of the duties on rail road Iron should be is rumored that thtiX' ow' Nothing State 211t ult..l1,504 tTpI ((1 sj I'
atore of S. If. Aubert. and Toueey until the hour railroad 1305. ( Aagua
I determination to make a Let the appeal be dismissed with costs! Geyer Clayton' .. nsisted on.. rTbe convention has nominated 'Win. T.' }[inero 41. m Daticn rum.anm ii.1111JaadU&) ._

r' i Assistamt Editor 'Vatcd.tf forward tba construction, with Joseph A.BarbeO or,. Jacksonville and Alligator of adjournment, .Senate theo took a recess Stamford,for Governor,' and William Fields,'of. exports i fi.r the sum* period,snxw l"lJJo4*2!
business demanded
order of being
r mensurate with their means. Read Company Appeal from'D'unl Circuit The regular In the evening,session the Civil and Diplomatic Pomfret, for Lleut. Governor of Connecticut Upland and 670 do h I **-!.faj'..22
'TPV 1sadly in want of a assinlaiit in the must be met from by Associate"-Justico*Dupont the House proceeded to the consideration of pending Dill 'but half nine and on shipboard not cleared,a stock of *? i. .
.r trading -Opinion .was again considered up to past The celebrated yacht builders and :* I
George James bales
.tf' to the Civil and Diplomatic t"plal1t.IIU'' 4.17 dnJ
I of sbcarb Who will amendments Appropriation l.i' laIId
$hap* pair come our affirmed with costs.
t is proposed to devote the l the Judgment be o'clock no vote bid been taken. Steers,''are about to'construct a beautiful pleasure 422 bli. Upload alld a t.
i Bill.- amendment in Committee &a
t relief The 2Tevt baa evinced a willingness i along the route to this purpose Francis (a slave) Appellant ft. State of Florida, In the House, Executive communications! askingfor vessel for'Messrs. Edgar and Brothers of the New tb. same time I 1ut/lear. UIaD4a', .at

'' give.us teuton tint they a too dull i cut fparcd from other pursuits. : Writ of Error.-Opinion' by' Associate of the Whole appropriating $10,010 and appropriations; wore referred. York Yacht' Club 88 feet The sales of the week amount" to'10JS3'bat" :
the United long on deck listens *, W
ii''j. I authorizing tbe President of Status, to prkesrangingat fmrf C st.m '
I been graded in sections of ten Donglass. No error i in Judgment of Cir The bill for the.amendment of the reciprocity burthen
the estimated
5. cost of which is The
St. Johns Company. accommodations f.r sick and disabled (17,000. recept: in the jtwtod f
; Fir provide hospital 1iJ1n
State aid! is furnikbcd towards and it is, therefore affirmed. treaty was passed. "- time IlS rth 1IpJo We )1
compared ''lISt
) It will be seen that a meeting of this Company fur the road, which places it in a Wile B. Otway (*. James 0. Devall: "Appeal seamen at or'near the port of Havana, was The House disagreed .to the spec amendments' Job Stanley's sash:manufactory and four other lug result:, .' <' I" fear t. S&Li. .. ".

)} I 1 called for to-morrow evening.; We have bead tain itself. There is also a large Putnam Circuit Court-Opinion by Associate rejected by the IIou e-yeas 73, nays 11 2.; The of the Senate} to,tbe Indian Appropriation Bill, buildings 'adjoining; in" Market-street a ovDridewatcrstnet Decrease" utMobie; .*..,,?....1i& :

I 1 I amendment of Mr. Lctcncr it being the compromisetariff West,Philadelphia, were.destroyed Tex.os\.,..,.......
1 I rumored that CoL;crrnrcrov, the present worthy along the route, applicable to the Dupont. Let the appeal be dismissed with and referred them to Committee, of Conference. ,- .' I' 2.dz .
i to reduce by fire: Loss about Flurida'.: .........
I and which must have bill of llr. Houston,proposing 10000. 11I.I2t
resignation a
i and efficient contemplates a any> .
Ci .In Committee of the Whole ,on the Army Appropriation '
p .\ :*of his office. hop however, that we have after the road has been ; Henry Henderson r,. James B. Brown ; Appeal the duties on articles now paying 100, 40, and 30 B.1I: a long debate ensued on M. Ben- The Hon. Wm. Dubose, 'at one time Lieut.Governor increase New.Orleans.' ......-jfM 4 1

; 'l t ''f been misinformed, that tbe Company may prudential> motives these lands Putnam Circuit Court-Opinion by Associate per; cent to CO,32, and 24.per cent. respestively) on ton's amendment to raise eight batalliona of mounted of South Carolina, and a gentleman, .fine .4.4 t>riesfm ...U,5.Yi 1

} : iki prevail vponbim.t continue in the office which sale until the road has imparted Dupont. Appeal dismissed with costs. the principle of the,law of 1746, proposing in the rangers, or frnir companies of seventy each for character and attainments, died at his plantation 4. S..vlUllI&b..IJ.I flgLfl1aafldN.VaruIin4. .t .
will then become the main to reduce duties on im ports,iO per cent. was and residence in St t:21
but Saturday
{p1: be has 1 ably filled. Ex I).uu-lIenr, Henderson.-Opinion by protection of the Western frontiers. Stephen's Parish on
I I; 'S. We wish the effort made entitled concurred in-yeas li'G ; nays 82. Tlie bill, passed week in the 65th of his Total D. -
ny. Justice Baltzcll. That the party w as The House then took a recess. year age. a".h........ M,5tr
1 .loda and Charleston- Boats. the enterprise entire success; w trial of bis case below, and that the opinion of as amended was then read a third time and In the evening, the debate on the Army Appropriation Out of the three hundred and thirteen soil l of week Sat baa JsLATbe Nn demand during the l'U'
faSt *be
.. advertisement in another must have a general well as a certified to said Ciwrt. gassed-yeas 126; nays 77. vessels belonging! to New Bedford and' sJcs amt-ninr t I lpo .J
It will be seen from a Court be Bill was resumed, but no action had been engaged in wards of iOO biilw, lit ttrvtucs tan '
: that some have taken place in constituting, as it must, a link in Charles Dibble) r.. Jacksonville and Alligator The House then went into Committee and proceeded taken. thereon. the whale fishery there are only eight now in 45 cents. Received of tbe week nag!baa oe bulea t Utj EL.
1. .lun chang ca-coast roads from the extreme to the, consideration of the Naval Appropriation WASBIXCTOT ports o7 II.
W. M. LAWVOV ACb Road Company: Appeal from Duval Circuit March 2. _
tli lef treme Southwest over which bill ; nnd, after th, offering of various In the ta Mr. moved port.The Herald contains: ,RlctTIl" sales of tha ,week amonnt to 500
'J of Charleston have recently become their .-Opiniony Associate Justice Dupoutfudgment Sen: yesterday, Clayton to dispatches from Harrisburg cn.ks at
S.. : ,I i that city. The Carolina, apt {onT commercial mail, gathering up, in ; affirmed with costs. amendment, tIle coamiitte rose, and the House ad- strike out tbe nmeiiUmtnt modifying tbe tariff from sitting that thepeakerof the 1'cnnnyIran.n hundred pounds. ranging trout f3,74
,.,' At leae Charleston every Saturday afternoon, ter from every important seaport Win. D. Branch Appellant r*. L. Branch A pcllee -' journed. WASHIMGTOV the Civil d Diplomatic Bill!, but the aiotioi was Legislature and many members had lately ad- )'L :.-We quote Georgia n4 Tent i
S Ya at 8 o'clock, touching the usual ports. The-For town upon our Atlantic border. : Appeal from Marion County.-Opinion byMociate In the Senate, the bill to promote the, cflicLncy 2G. rijrctctl: by a vote of 21 to 21. Mr. Douglas vec-! clrttscd a letter to George Law sounding him: on brands Cuuv.ut 'I The I",W;deinjii-l) is good and
". iii, CkpL STKWAKT. wileV Charleston on every Florida and tranujnitting it to its Justice Douglas. Let the Judgment and of the Navy wall taken up, and, lifter SKJUIO discussion with the mrjorty with a view i'f bringing up the nut*, loud urging on.Lit acteptance the bulk at 41,10dt,12( }, smut>{ in sack n at lUUti* clUo J
1 Wednesday morning 10 o'clock. for Jacksonville, a despatch wLic'j cannot be of dismissal of the Court below be reversed the amciidmcnU of the House to tbj bill question to-day, which he did, wheu ths Senate nomination fir tli? }'r2 wencl. This announcement per bnudred. '. t* J

PicoUta and Pat Ukuig the inland route, route because none can be more cost, and the case be remanded to the Court, were agreed It) rejected the amendment by a vote of 2-1 to 21. has created, considerable excitement HAV.Extern-Northern setting from wharf at 1JJJ. ,
k: icing at Dufor litn Head Island, Darien, the game amonnt eof also so there reinstated that such fill tllt r proeecd- At twelve o'clock the sword worn by General The President has approved ot the Texas Credi. The Prohibitory Liquor LavBill, 'boS-ro tha :fn.ni store at fla at ',r"'lJglJ/I.and lUcI.tU.nt the'drmer I,6s$3 reiHu

.' 1 Brunswick itarys.S And along the same route ; m ty be had therein, as to right and justice Jackson during hs campaignsnnd at the battleof tors BilL New Jersey Legislature, was lost in the iSiate on per hundred Jy ind"". I,

S These boats arc well known t the travelling throng whom business or appertain, not 5ncon5!>tei>t with this opinion. New-OrKans( was presented to Congress by,JIr. The House concurred in time Senate's amend Thursday, by & vote of 10 to 9. The substitute, i in.L..Jj<(. :.-. \ ut ir.ugfr. CI.1: @T,3in. 1

$t' community a being eminently seaworthy and the move from one extreme of --...- Cass, in bi-half of tile family of the late: General mctits to the Army Bill for the purchase of Camels calling simply for a vote of the people will now 310L.o\IIoE.i.eub 11l1ntitv. is Ir.ot from wharf i is Iuet

.a,,' elegantly fitted up wit every convenience t b other, wherever the facilities of TIME xorcu.-Just III every body might have Armstrong. Mr. C. made some uppropriate, re- for the use of the army and adding four new regiments :- probably! become a law. The prohibitory liquor: at t-J c*>nt We -qiH'te New Drlnn, at ll+ ij

.. desired. They a also under the orders of gnte lug arc afforded.-.'' .. The "ZrUungn a German newspaper marks and was followed by Mr. Bell, who palja ; to the blinding army for the defence of the law iu the N. Y.Legislature parsed the Uoase on coats, accuruhing; Jo qiuatity. 'Onlt ear;,.vf Cub
who have & "We publish to-day a mblisbed in the city of New York, 'conceals not frontier: with another General. hal been m-rive*! since sour List rtport.
1"; men o long te high and well-deserved compliment to (the inill- Brigadier Wednesday by a vote of !0 to 45.
eec of know them. telligent gentleman of }Florida joy over Award's re-e-leetion. Naturally Both Houses ill the lAcot.W quote WuttkrhH, };and Sides *
6 ul'ho tlry career and eminent public services of Gen. are occupied discussing Appropriation at
cnfdec cents.
.I, rspt of A late letter from Rome says that there are two 3/- J
I. feasibility and advantage the it considers the decided -5 -
victory a one over Bills. .
; Jackson. Mr. B. also introduced -
I S a joint reoIution great events taking place at this moment-France -
Death of Col. Dell. '
Railroad which now attracts Satin American clement of tbe country. ----' CIIAP.LESTON.M5tflC11: L-Covrna.-Pee,4'
the sword of General ,
"accepting Andrew
Th and Austria their
tion in this State. At the last We may venture to express the belief that joy Late European News by the'Canada.. withdrawing ttoops, and tile past with l I'J'1'-ulruaJ I II.!,3 bults.bj w irftn4
It Is with regret that we announce the Jackson, aud returning the thanks of Congress to .
deep symptoms of revolution are appearing in tbe Roman bales ,
2,34 ,together 14,419bole
ida internal i ; CUI'1'falJUudiu
Legislature an is confined to the Germans
this result not olew
;. t death of CoL MAXCT DEL which occurred at his certain the family (If the late Gen. Armstrong," which, S HALIFAX N. S., March 1. States and in Tuscany. Meanwhile I : theItalian Heekia,t 1 "lJr..Il',!"4. !$) ExnuneJtu .
tossed which to
residence Alachna County a few days since.- granted York. The Abolition Germans of Richmond read throe times unanimous and tim same linle h> foreign ports, 4V7 ba1eteoastwif
i was by consent\, The British and North American Royal Mail princes (especially Naples) are fl.cruting: : ; p
L ,ilation a large portion of the no doubt eklihtcd also. The sworn disciples 1,2 3 1I:11..s; making. total
( tlpurUcf
Although bad not the of a personal : a
we pleasure passed. CbnaJii, J. Stone has arrived in largely in Switzerland at ruinous cost.
steamship Capt. a
4 .
and the iu 12.0>:> baleandluuvii I Land
contiguous thereto ; a Mock.
gun t
4: acquaintance with CoL D. yet his name, being intimately the internal improvement fassius .1.. tiny, they arc I likewise the friends The House bill to change the times of holding our harbor from Liverpool which port she left ou From tho"'Wot Chest of Africa: we have by tIe of 4:>,34> bile; mctnive of 1.:;;,3S7 bale on ihn. a

1 identified with the history of East Florida, upon sympathizers William II. Reward. Nor the United States Courts in Tennessee was read a the 17th ult boar not cleared,against a stork of 75tMiUln
I .,S was aU her lie appears to or ten thousar.d dollars per mile we be surprised to hear that the German third time and passed.Mr. Baltic the particulars connected with the bombardment aDd 14t:2'J bales on .hipb.vrdiiiuue tiiue Lut 1', -
&t cticll the iron. Among these tbe Commercial Intelligence. and subsequent burning; of the town fChri.tiaubnrg The total rceeiI.t5.since mir List
in the democratic Associations of Richmond had celejrated report imoual
a have equally at Legislature introduced resolution
eithe be Florida Railroad proposed a joint respecting The Liverpool Cotton market during the weekending : by the British forces. CTiri!tianborg Gi .O"ou ,latIs.gsEnst B.t .,; bales maune tine list
or the field both of which spheres be had. the grtat event of .S'ewird's re-election by ajrand the distribution of certain I
:1 i public ) makmy a grand total from the 1st
from Fcrnandina to CWar Keys the 16th ult, exhibited little FpcculativeI was left what is culled a "pc l-ct ruin and the year Septet'
on occasions acquitted himself with honor. German Democratic festival. Whether our which was read three times and is"cd. bcrto tbe tite-a d,ttoi. of 1.1I=.40 Well.po.({ '
it! East has met with a lose, the Florida Central Railroad ; of the Enquirer was an invited guest we Mr. Mason from the Commit p on Foreign Relations demand }Prices of the lower qnibties especially newspapers add that the town of Tessea was also I.'..-;l- bales the Jla.tae.ti..u. last year and*,42J,.
4 I h deth Forid sonville near the mouth of tbe : iU of German to were easier but not qnotibly lower. In this opinion levelled by the ship ItI1'7t'. il'Jl, bales the rear j-rcViutw. DecrpuM from laM
to correspondents
i see repaired. bevy say.Kl.h to whom was referred the House bill authorizing ,. .
t .m i.i t bnkrs.
ex ending through the counties of iiiuinL 1t-h; the Circular of Messrs.( Million, Evans, Letu- .Vrar HW41t ,
E [ the President of the United State to Time of Sitting of the Different Courts The aj-rreprate sales "ttt.ewll'umnqDttol1oeo'!
Adjournment of >n nnd through Tallabassc -.- priere Co., of tbe ICth nit, concurs. The sales
Congress. erse ,
i give tbe requisite notice to terminate our reciprocity in I'lorida. bales at prices ranging 'Irons 6 tn t '"& tLotc
,e S 'cnsacola. These roads will It is with regret tsays thc Savannah JlfpMlean]) during the week comprised ;:,\' bale, of which COTTOCV: have no chaujre to trwrtf4 '

.5 ; S The second session of the thirty-third Congs near the mouth of the St J..110'.t'T.' we Announce the death Tuesday night, of Mr. treaties of Commerce and navigation in certain speculators took 60", and exporters 17QO bales: The time of sittinsr of the different Courts, inFlorida >r this! de *ription. The dimuml sl&hisi. Ut,. i I

has adjourned. Although some ducts[ of the richest portions of }' jiics W. DeLyon, son (if Ci.l. Levi: S. De-Lyon case, reported a substitute therefor. leaving32,500 bales of all descriptions to tbe trade as enacted by the Legislature and approved moderate i nevertheless of a stesdv chanrter/*' "* '
auras have been perfected with less of sectional The Senate proceeded to the consideration of the by the Governor on the hilt January &>, more particularly bovrevtr S-r the finer f padn.e
t 4 reasonable probability the the thirtieth year of his age. The deceased The imports had been small. The market clcsci are as follows: \VuiIe the lower ii scriptiobs lire more .
: Post Otfice bill and long discussion Bey
appropriation a
a f e agitation than usual, yet we doubt if any preceding Gulf const, which are designed at West Point in 1311 graduated in 134', ; dull ut :%d. for Fair Orleans 5d.. for Middling EISVEBX ciRCrrr-SPRIXC TERH.ft. Our foninr quotations continue nncbunj.

I : ti session has been marked by more corrupt efforts the north or Europe. Of the was admitted to the bar in 183!. lie was at ensued on various amendments in which Orleans SJfd. for Fair Uplands, and fit 5eL fur JvftK_Second Mond.iv' in March.JtHCitl Kice.-Thj rece'p' cf the week amounting W
Messrs. Hunter flush Seward Wcller, Brown, Third in larcb. !.253 tierces, the .
at speculation. The surplus in the U. S. times of the first Monday wtr rally abiwirbMl fcr exismnig
ages to communities on our City Sur"eyur.djut.nnt Benjamin Adam, and others participated. The Middling Uplands. .',.tM-Thursday alter last Monday March Uenun-J, pncrs ranging tnnn tJh'U41r( eul10
been before
\ TrW appears t have constantly io result from their construction and member of the Chatham Artillery bill: was then read a third time and passed.Tbo The Circular of Meters. Brown, & Sb'pley of Orange-First Monday in Apn) nmn to.(priiiii; *qua.tr,4u! choice loU upwards.Fwruu.We .
j. l te eyes eml members, as a prize too tempting doubt and among these none bad recently connected himself with the the 16th nit, agrees with that of Messrs. MPlig-m J'iil/uw cC' St. ZtcM-Thursday after 1st Monday quote North Cand'na aad5 atli .

f;. t be forgotten or given u without an effort t greater extent thait the | Watchman. Coming to Savannah on Henate then proceeded to tbe consideration & Co., and adds that buyers are expecting arrivals in April.J'afwiThird Carol:nii at I'jJ{ '.O?:; and Et,wuhat';-duj
of bill the House of :
aecurestleasta.Aare. from Representatives to Monday In April. in proportion. The inquiry is principally by
Itischargedbyrespect.i- Charleston. The Central business lie was seized with pneumonia, Friday: The stock exclusive of that on shipboard comprises .. S
Ja.we--lurth Mondajr hi April. bak r
amend tbe act approved August.2\1. IS;:, entitled
I I :r ble journals, that there were many in the House of Apalachicola river will, t and died at his father's residence near town. ".\n act to reduce and define the boundaries of the G7SCCO bales of which 157,000 were bmnpter-First Monday( in May. MOLASSES.-A r r w of 80 bhds. Cuba arrived'

I :.:,I Representatives who devoted their whole time and of tbe St Mark' and ; Tuesday night, much lamented by his schoolmate Americin. Alaekua-Second Mnnd.iy in Jl"y. since onr last, solJ [ruin the wharf at i/v'J'-'S:.
: products military reserve at St. Vctcr's river, in the Territory jlumbia-Third Monday in The article i.in demand aa well New Orletua *
: attention the of probably May. _
of whom indebtedfor Tho
friends to breadstuff
t tbe early one we are Liverpool market
plg tif"'wcb which now export was quiet ,
4/ ricts of Minnesota, and for other purposes; pending riLL nRn..ci' which, \mltar. eUs readily at 27 :.
would never bn I Treasury : the foregoing part'culars.Instructions nnd prices a shade lower. Western Canal Flour .
I- bn 0,000, and the other about which tbe Senate adjourned.In .finii Second Monday in October. I ES''S
S S h b empty. scheme could be e absnrd.no and in exchange will l take from -.- the House the bill extending the wfu quoted at 42s. Cd., and Ohio at 4s. per Lbl. of /JuGal-Third Monday( in'October..AOMKIM SEW ORLC.IXS FEll. ':.-Torrot-Ta. t 1<

cm 1 groundless as not t find many ardent to this to lUre Buchanan. provision 196 Ibs. Wheat was a trifle lower and 'Whit -Thursday after last Monday in October. a good enquiry; bat owing to the light supply ..,
S\ supporters those who although andS supplies nccassary of the act of August 4, 182, granting the right Orange-First Monday in November.Vclnn'ut have thus far only heard of the sale.-f lWu( ) bale*.
among their eet can scarcely amount to I than f The special Washington correspondent of tbe of way to rail roads, plank and imcadum'zcd' and commanded lls. fid. f) 70 Ibs. Corn bed declined J &st. 'Thursday after first Monday Si GA L-cmaiiJ-good bale 500 Ltidi. mu

paid' to. represent constituents, ho been "There is no certainty that : \ York JfrraU, who pretends to know everything turnpike roads, to all of the public lands in the CiL, and White was worth 44s., and Yellow 4Cs6d. in November. MOLA SM.-l&M Lba.! ,were .,101.t171t118Xe.r| ,
charged with'accepting large fees, alias bib for constructed Men of per 430 pounds. P'ibmam-Thirtt Monday in November. for fcrme-htiiur'tn choice, anti l a few days since a ...'
) ; supporting the attempts of speculators } that is passing in Washington, writes: Territories of the United States was read a third Beef was dull. Fork was in demand. Jarifl/--Fourth Monday in Xvnmbcr.umi't.'irst crop cf 14,000 gallons at the advanced rate Of'15C. mu
them but speculative
,S. rlchattheeipenaeofthe telligence conduct ; "./ J/urcy.is preparing to J/r. Buchanan a time and passed. S i> Monday in De-cembvr. per gillon.FLoca. S
eouer. Wehopefur loned to the abil.ty: of so sparce requesting to know tbe true object in view' Mr. Disney from the Committee on public For Bacon little speculative demand existed. Lard -flac.hllll-Scco'H Monday in December.CUtnUrla .-Market heavy and thus for we have Sot '
the honor the American name, that the next firm aud stiflVr but Third in Deeembcr.BorrREBX .
was prices not Monday heard of 'sale of niomtnt-
\ o in fact are almost the British for Jrack the Senate bills quotably highcr. anv
by government so
centering large a Lands reported granting
i present a higher standard of morals Rice in moderate demand cittcciT-SPRIXC Taax.Lfty Corc.-1000 sacks od? at 92e.per bnvbeL '
was at
; Cnl11l ad although this is hardly to be expected They are work which quite as naval force in the American waters and for explanation lands to the States of Michigan and Florida to aid 25s. d. -Third Mondavin March. UACOV.-J-1 casks sides were ae i 1. at:c. Lad Ii'
tm sections of our country beyond and French of certain per cw tIn /ll'NlantlFonrth in March.JlXtloronrih .
and regarding English interference in the constrnction rail roads; both of Mond.iy casks Shoulder at 5c..
L s I long as e-eb agnt are permitted State, and the efforts which we with our affairs in South America and in which were laid on the table.A Manchester trade was wenk.Loxoox -First Monday in ApriL Currza.-.iU0 bag Prime sold&lOc
carry on their schemes among those in Manatee Third in .. -
i be made to & MONET MARKET.:-Consols for Monday ApriL
{i soon procure tbe Pacific. This letter is to anticipate a resolution was received from the Senate Mr. money
message by !
bands entrusted the welfare of the Unite Afonroe-Second Monday ia May RITTrT FEB. 2 -Sates to-day of srwe5.COO .
4 wh mercantile communities may be about to be presented to the House for Dickins their bad declined aDd were quoted at from 90J to 90jj;. '
calling Secretary
ii but who too become willing. announcing that they bad ru.1. TKRX. bbl*. llawurd street Flour at J5.5C, aid l,!W
Stt in transactions a which prone i should the propriety."Standard.. information upon- the latter subject- The resolution passed a joint resolution accepting of the sword of American Stocks were higher and firm. The Ltty-First Monday in October. do. City Mill at $tl2it25. Also. 3. 00 ba hls

S partners bring -. will be replied to by sending a copy of thel'reaident's General Andrew Jackson, and returning the thanksof bullion in the Bonk of England had decrease! /r.rnamlo-Sccond Monday in October. Corn at 83ig3Ccfor wbOe, sad b64S3 for ytll".'
IS 'S g blush of sham. the Lee of honorable "National
i any man. More : J1ii1sJ.oruvh-Third Monday in October. Provisions are scarce and firm with an upward
t r '5,- letter to J/r. Buchanan. Bo not snr ,Congress to tbe family of the late Genera 31,000 Sterling. Munattt-First of November., tenilencT. Groceries steady.

I : rLater from South America. Tbe attention of "that painted priced to learn at'the last moment,. Congress voting Armstrong, After a few appropriate and eloquent General Intelligence Jf01lIW-Firat of December., Waasy 3333e.

fully invited to the following to tbe President ten millions and upward of remarks by Messrs. Smith of Tennessee Zollicofter. Lord John Russell! had I left for the Vienna Con-. _n___ __ -S. S '

Siw Olua Feb..28..-By the arrival yester tonal Democracy" upon which : dollars, subject to bis demand. The question is and Ben ton, the joint resolution was read a third feranc-t1, which was to have met on the 25th ult ARRIVALS AT HOTELS.. _, PmLVDELPHIA, FEB. 33.-CoTTOX.-Salc f-
) day of steanuhip CraftiU from Havana
t Sty of the of Relations time and of ISO bale at previous r U-s. 5. '
relies Car the welfare ; now before Committee. Foreign in passed.They Affairs at Scbastopol were unchanged. '
which po'rt she left on !hhnat.weare enabled : -FLOCK inactive at $S75Lt'wthi5' the rmff
t :' } send some. i So Ui American intell of the South. We advise our the House. with every prospect of a unanimous I then went into committee, and resumed The King(Naples b joined the Western AIliancc BUFFIXGTOJI HOUSE. for common to Cincy. family brands'with fe*

I t i/)., t : yon that British articles aid* by aide with the conclusion. JLTarcy warmly advocates the necessity; the consideration of the bill making appropriationsfor hs also b'nd Tuscany' Parma and Modena 'Feb.:23-B J; Jones, Dr.;Cole; Mass; Joseph hover -
geocebrougbtt by
;ti froaiSYrra The port Cuba th news has been steamer antidpatedof Ohio Democracy. for such an appropriation and &nator CUss the naval service for the year ending the 30th It was rumored, likewise, that:Spain and Portugal 1 WhiteB E Seylei:Charleston{DrJlTPayne.FIa.Marcb"l .' Coax.cts.and-Sales 10,000 2,00ft bushels bnstict Southern yellow in store,afloat tSO ,
.C the arrival of the Isold at i The following resolution was i Douglas and J/ason stand. ready to lend it.their of June 1838; and after the adoption of various had joined. Switzerland still continues neutral "' :Mrs BlackVell' ,.: ,C; H'X Whcaton. at prices not public. 5 5

CW cratic meeting held recently in aid." amendments,the bill was laid aside,. to be reported and forbids her 'citixens to enlist in"the service or D U Smith;Isaac Reels, S C; B Broward, Fla. Wwstrdn&latZIe.furblmda.snd mif

h5 C&arLisUBjTht county, New Hampshire by 'S.Ilannisurno to the House. > any foreign power. "Warlike1 preparations'in Austria I March_ 2-Wm Allen;Fla;'Capt. Pachard,Baltimore -, 5 -
; insurrection I
w bSouthAme&afsprogreu. and was passed Ly an Fb. 27.-A Convention of both The appropriations for the several lJav.yards, and rnssiaeoaflnue' It rumored thit,no | Capt Cogbill New York. ;* NEWTOUKT2Corrr.Tbedeomdis ;
( s% lag, and many Government troops have gone over Resolved, That this meeting Houses of the Legislature was held to-day and ; March 3 Ceo W Smith 'B ton S fair at full prices. The days operations embrsea .,
which were left blank in tho bills as reported from terms can be arranged between Prussia"and the :; FHaJTyday! ., UO Java' at toe. 200 bags Jama-ea,al *
I pkjra. ;
(I ::3 t tbstosnrgepta..General's the duct competency the Government and ability of the of ( three ballotings for U. S. Senator took place. Ou the Committee of Ways and Means, were filled up; Western Powers;and that she will be left'to'pursue Fli":i ? Lieut Hawly!S C Survey.March 11C4 250 MaracaiDo. at. IOtl0iC4 SOORKva*

I Then. pla i Chilpanciogo wa credit to himself and benefit to tbe I.uit. Cameron had 55 and Buckelew 23 vote?. as follows: a strict, neutrality. :ill, take the'consequences' 4-O F Smith and 2 servant*,!R J Smith 9V@100e., and 150 St Domm p. at 9c? ft. ,
I J. besieged by and the "i 8000 bushels at We.,
I : were reduced tp opt mi ton.N.a./lmllJ.) The balance were scattering. An adjournment Portsmouth ll. t58.2 31| Washington 192,885 a breach of it The Vienna Conference, it is rn: and 4 servants S A Council, SoCa; Bryan, 9c.CotJfw frr-Southern Sales "reachinjf White and Yellow,and SSc.for

;4 S The Commissioners nearly t have WHAT DOES IT Me INS.-The ; then took place, to the first Tuesday of October. Boston, 2'5,32 j Norfolk, 821,317 mired, will merely receive categorical yet or no. Burlington : J Black,' Mississippi;j' M llearn do. mixed. per busheL .- '
agreed 80 degktitods'and consin his elected to the (
-.5' Nlw York, 344,848 I Pcnsocola 104,870 from Prince G$Gortschnkoff. A Dogget, Fl-u MotASSBS.-New Orlcana is plenty and heavy
S r ; *7 deg. longitude as the initial pit Durkec, a fnt has toil Democrat WASHISGTOK, Feb. 26.-Great excitement existsin I'biladc-lphiti, 000 1 B.ID' Francisco 50,000 The Ciar'a'SODS were at Sebastopol on theist March 5-Col Sammis"Jas' Allen, Gen Fiord, wtbseks of 900 tbhs. at 24C.6c., per pikms.
Legislature passed a re
S ] UM Boundary! ,Line. this city in consequence of two Boards of the For continuation of basin aud railway. at Other kinds are unaltered. -
f the fTiu>te loiAJ.lnu,1Tho nit, making recotinnisances. GeoM Galphin and Lady Joseph Greer'Fla B.
Washington Monument Association having been San Francisco. 400,000 ; Bici-Is firm at H@$4.75 for good to choice,
Intenstbgi'om; has elected to the U. S. Senate The Allies'were attack Wilson J Blister Burlington fCapt Mosely Richmond lbs.SecaLThe. '
Meiico.Kiw wit '.Iktnncret I There were elected. Both assert that they have been legally After concurring in most of the amendments of daily expecting an and ; per 100 S
crate who voted for &vard- the Senate to the Indian appropriation bill the pickets: hod been ordered to be on the alert The ; S A Tennlspn, N Y'R; Miller,So Ca; J P sales'consistui* of about 1,000
TOM, Feb. 26.-The Jfezican elected, and the cue will go before the United< hhds. mostly New Orleans, at t%iS t.'. with
correspondent did not but to i weather'was e and the cavalry underarms Savage;Baltimore J W Crocker Boston. '
vote were ready Stales Circuit Court for decision. committee took a recess until 7 o'clock, P. 11. warm were ; ; Cubaat4M43 o te'Hm that Alvarez'will soon became necessary to his ._- S At the evening session Mr.:' Aikcn of South all nightThe 'S.- ? WHISKT.-Ohio and Prison sold at-fl22he.

lit te city JTextco: with (000 men, wi Dtmocratie Ouitorn lloutt / '5 Carolina presented tho Memorial of the Chailcs- Russians ,were making tremendous' nigh' S JUDSOX HOUSE. cash, per gallon, closing at the inside rate, being a
from City did all they could to Accounts from Hamburg mention the arrival of i farther reduction.' -
and Chu1pcg-b more. dfftat till Knou Nth ingt I Jenny Lind Goldsmidt, who with her husband ton Chamber of Commcrccon 'the 'subject of sortie*, which were as vigorously repulsed'. Feb. 27-A R Emery.Daltimore-G WMeu-ker' .5- 5 'S

wh'J th e Presides mean flu ,tbe Northern a concert which was crowded to suffocation floating mercantile schools. ., .Tbe Russians had been largely reinforced; aini Walter Meeker, Conn.; Jno'Hall?'Jr, J L Lawrence BOSTON, FEB. 27.-ILOrL--SaIes of W ster' -
of S4th ult. gave '
the that Abolitionist the
says to put down "WASHisaTOs'','Feb. 27.;:* on tha8th.ut[ ] ; Prince Mensehikoff telegraphed to N Y-; S common at$8.5 7; fancy $9.23L5A.extra 10 117
.3 General Zidoagi, with 10 ofSanta' Anna's nice, X. C. Xatit &nlind. ,. A marked difference in tier voice'. .was, however. The S ,nate passed the Postage Bill, which provides : the Czar that his situation remained unchanged. 'Feb. 28-.W' B 'Diackaton/Jsi IsabeL,'Joseph Geneses extra 11@12. as to brand, per bbL en-- .

_ acrrendertdonU.etOth. tilt, to General Alvarez, The Washington perceptible between now and those palmy day that the postage on letters going less than Gen Canroberf been'virtually' supersede White'S; C; W G Chriieopher.'FIa* WmAAlbro, In Southern the sales have been at|9 .V9.90fcr *
f she earned for herself :the soperfine $9.5097--5rfancy iotJ197fextra
when of th'Swedish ;
Dome ;
gepprelsossThn7masketaandaLz' can- York' Tunes Is perfectly : ; I .! 5S 2000 miles shall be 8 cents, and over 8000 miles 6cents. by Gen.PeQessier Bosquet : N Y;; Wadsort !Carman; 'A EShalze, J C Teager per barrlt:cash, .-, ,. -J

I v 1-The. men joined' the..troops""of JR lo..necked'dreuea of our city ; / Nightingale., .5.- 'a It was rumored that Lord Raglan and the Earl. and Lady,Phllaf 'Dr::Col*,"Boston {fi J Brown Coax -There ds'afair demand for jfoodSoBtB- _,

I ::. ... ,Fire ia.Washinstoi. _, tWilit are,:supposed to be in full i ibosband ,". election for,United States Senator came. upi ; 1 T e'bi11 for the relief of owners of swamp lands of Lu6an would shortly return to England.Omar Nova Scotia; 'S H Maepherson' .; Canada; ''J L era ush.7ellow Corn' at-$1.03 ; whit*Me.per bnsbel

I ,- > 'S ) or father, or botb, I i h5 the Indiana, Legislature, on r Thursday. ,The was taken up discussed and passed,, It'will probably 5 Pasha'embarked intheiy ,on.the Coleman Ga; B H Carlton, Me.ft .. : Posn-iiiiL a..1eso(. pruned |14@14JOT;

uroy; Ftb.27r-8cDat
was b&t aftcrnoon The ruit was aavedThs iecbl; protest against ,the 'ad by: inserting' ',tbt\n.ame.: of tbo.. Honr-Jog.:.0Jirthall. ,the Mail Steam Ship Bill was ,taken np, and ,* The winter has been severe Ihroaghont''Europe. ,Dodge FUv LAW).in bbls. 10<10C4 kejjs HWc.P "

t on;each'aide' -cue 'occupied by MrMeLaloe being only an unaccompanied The Senate 'refused to concur. There motion Ltbat Government should< give'notice to )Frederick Peel had been'appointed1 Under Secretary /-Mb2G'P'': Hittredge' Mass; ST Sampson mos. _
cash and 4 -
HAMS llx mos'i
Secretary of the Colonization! :Society -wicked, weary world, I am is little hope of a compromise 'being'made." terminate the Collins' contract discussed for eight 'at War. 4' ? itMessrs. : Conil f H E Holmes PUTT *Ponler Phila f T B 10(310Kc.( _per -f -
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ii"'one' time 'CD fire,but tbe flames were _. hours without. :' BlackstM,, J: B HH<::Miss' 11 U UittMrsLR;
wen u ncr,as I aail-w penchant for T!e. i ij J S ,; any action thereon. Tbe Senate Kirk & Farncss of Liverpool.hid failed:

rested l tn time'to,'smthemfromdeatructt.wAaTo3c'b. ., both led,. Besides the Calht & 'According 5-- to a min i return just issued it appears then adjourned.! ;.--' t'J., 1" l' S :. Sawyer, Illinois l'bos Leggett t\wife and, daughiler FOR TUB Steamer ST.AVGVSTIY AROUNA"

: JS;-:-By ()lit'destruction'ollr. panlcd with tbe tender ando, 1i that the gold coinage of Great Britain during the The House greed to the Sonata'amendments ., I.Iitixora'Eaio.-InallWsior'; tob th diue i ,'L trw CDonnelliBTI; Carlton, Me." on the.next trip,,the Uth wjt,

flOt U'I' house. by fire. yesterday', the notes (ancyj As the countryman said past roar,amounted to U,1 2,1S3 of which B62. to the Appropriations Bill and passed it.- 'the Senate,'wliich took pta*bet ireenjrnDonfc. ; 'March S-Jno B Spencer Thos Blanchard: 5 gtflonch at 8t Augustine, for thai' i"

., S and toannscrtpU tat t 8d'volume of,TkirtTMr leaving' one of the Presidential 272 was in half sovereigns that the silver coinage she: California Conr Bill and.r the' Fortification las on put side,'and.ikars.-Fease demt'.Jmd Wadeon JosCrewsQCCibb; ',-Flar'JLIlrigham, NT; Jaloc14u.; JacksoovUl at the jnhfrltsaassts5" usual toe- .* ,

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r-I lew. loetHtle.. .. Jam.bariDa-paW' ue,respect, lo. emphatic,reply"not 'tint J v< and that'the copper coinage was Ial,88.f. Tho! Senate's. amendments to the bjll for the con ,ioa new frcesoll.Senator;',Ha :Lyman Tram- March 4-47 W Sonford. ,St Isabel, I J n Burton, THE Steamer Pt jOii.-

rf4)'earL' rttpondaut PtMUJlN l4. ;' -5- S I! ,: :' structkm of four YeJ1ue'ctUiira were agreed to,. bull BasftebSgrspbed to Washington, $s follows f1.ALT'f J o 1Ti11e. -' -* :r ; J&wss fnnoBX, Meit* ) ,

(J' 'i '.._' t S .. General' Houston declined a public reception in Tho' :' appropriation for the improvement of Jhg" ,* u "'.;$.. WU'&beUt iu r-on&ie C March 5-J N Haddock 'W DeCosta,'Fla;.' B S will after this Black date *touch CreA)

Tbe Hotf Miki VTiUb;has dcternioed lo conU*i "-:Ex-Cbanccllor BILL of Boston, bat received the cslis,of the,citizens at P1, Savannah Biver was "cted.' .;r- ;,'-Wo! 1. } they of the"electwn, Tbe anttNebraskaDdnoj.cra ., LWbeelerNUDavidDOr1awoIdNTTayIorflazmanGaG1I; Middleburjr to,PaUtka( ,>tostoadj

tte riJ>t((9t Aldermaa Kelly to.a'eeat ia bngreesfrem years;old, appears, in Liz ;; Tremoni,House. :On, his, ,arrival.at Provideno, The, consideration the ,bill granting.' bounty K this "districtsnpported had nothing.Vooreo: to do: ':'March -Benj ; .* VBISBIB

'tbe, &?, BgTt *Ioo"w T'ZKstrkt" of NewTcrlv "'" Supreme-fcJ-L *":". Moffitt;3 C{ Samuel Jones, Ms r'J,A Thompson, S S ,A CA50TA' j$4I, Io.IahLaich <

..isdti.*"*' WKife'.CIJ o.,'; <." l t'J; i"1t '..4 : : LegiaIsturbt4decithifprwaiat I tint.; rf + until. to morrow$ *. ,; -l i.t11lf1'!) 1,1 .,()'{. ,1. : ;i.r..u-'T&vnvu. 1 NswTprk, '. ,, -' : ir:; .' 8th,I8W. r.

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and by irtae of an order of the Hon. Celling :Off at. Oast.

J1 -j;;;; $eMho.;from iraauah,FeCirnrth : -; U5DER PrvbaU for the Cwmty tfDvn, S Farmers & ':!1iets

L :wgbIp the rnidenHgnedjrul flnV for/ ale to the highest ,
Udder,btraTh*Coort,House door in Jackson.ville. Cqm One GomeJill r tatt I *1
C. Wright S : &.. .
LBcTFE1n.wcvZc.L .on the t&omdyi* April nest, the following ,1Jl ibecribe.* es 0sal.
Calber.a t t 7tin,.t Z UOpth lands bdoartug, to the EUta fIL & A Thy,.Rofled M.;.The wu a1vstdi2. paO

flW$ fN* tTk1tfll T !S ;.iUei.late of Mil CouatT,deceased.LotJfo.4Soc,2a.T.5aRS6E.43. i.4ODE & .HUGTflER'SDry S ,r ceeral by VL',and _
& ; M is every rspeet. Ttt. t j American
1' 1MO .3G
JJJ C D Oak J B radius. HEWptrstsa ; U Goods and Establishment In completo order and .will be Mid at*brnb>- ; _
weodeWd I
2, >M, V SM Clothing Inquire B. Wilson at the r
S Bartinirtofl >
a .u 4' J8.04v Hitt.tr JbT i M wMr (2 C**is7ij5ii JI j'1

Cwtflt1Ddct* fr.mSaanr&h liar. SCL&hB 4:" U. 42.11T.12 OPPOSITE COt. StiMMK? tfEW BRICK JW1LDW& ares KitOffice.B.XPCT7CAJIand him fcrfiirtbefpartiailu%at the)tandazi sesIIftMd 10 wrf 8trN i.r*.
erSt.J .
f K. E. K *s. T8i S. R.6 E. 40 In order dear Stock : Pwyi Jwy; D4e'I'gYZm.&,.
to their baudnowiofferto sell /
eBJrCJCBI-B >mmnaa, C L i:1cN. E. $ 9:VS T. 5, a R. 26 E. 80 120 present on tfnring COLE'S tWJdJ. r zxrii

rth, W Grotbe, Coodfrey A Co Lot Xft. 1.Sec. tt.T. R, S.L26E.1T,84R.6E.. 30Elv the month of Harch, their ertensire Stock'at Cash prices, and to,those who Music: Adni'a Est.Joha U..M- Iatol> &tSB4Jo.f..tAt tfiW / J ean.iO&
>. 40 <60Loto ; and Hnsical Instrument Jiits4wi1,B3 Wvei.q Q4tflfl ****** SSL *-*
>ert sBHT Wl*ks,4uir nfxfjuce**:?
rtlis* Irfdwi51.S Blankenshiji. BUbee t Canova, dt 2, 4I4' 44 C2.O113 cnrs in Jacksonville. For C.iSU ONLY! 'mhrv I OFFER Jdr safe,;iaMUaeaaa Crmsty, Florida 0U4.O,is a.v'el4liarwl sec

J BDnanhaantW; X AT.. Jk S. E. & T > % KIXO STBEET; two miles snath JfewawvilJet OB the rsed OSt.r
I H n Bou W.X U S2. T. 5.'S.R.S6E.. CILUtLESTOfr ., I4eeFrnitNrtJo
Where be obtained thejatestsnd toMIcanopy, WO acres of good mixed land, and Fr1.i re;..
477 : can most elect eJps
OIkSd.WA1AFed. T R 100 1aadViut
utfEmpIoment.AGErTSt acres t t
os >
Carli *,from Charleston,Mar. 4.- East if$e. 5, 'Ti .' S. T2G E. ?21.95 S ;MuBtc, and Musical Instruments of every sari,44y. open of good betiding thenon ;.4isreees.1y/ie d4JiV5cA S* *i frn
p tieuM* S. W.V' ,- 4, S **4\ :* 160 : WANTED CABIX PASSAGE TO EWpflE .2O4- $*)Mfldemt prices.rSrPiAXosorthBlxst .- The, consulting a frtme dwelling *) by 94 feet cs1-. Oftl. % jfS
wdJ E Lambeth. MFHadiuJL place well watered sod ia -
1K I1ioe. JSTown S.E. zI. TS;( 4' 4. :ico :S ETERT'sECTtON oKT/IE CNtTED STATED -'-kSM-- % -quality kept ot hand, and desirable for a planting ,location.everv A'ddms respects I. -GORG : L'xi
TMcSKB*". R U Sadler; S Iackwoed, forwarded to 4 h by
% poinU ring coninmnjcit ion 5.
and )IWenw.. 11Lhte. letter, 0. LJQJINbhONV'a _I,South Front street,Pdsdelisf
A Ebfatt Ftfful
Foster TOUjer F Smith.EIlSJtLedwith, S S Acres, 186.T *** withChttrksion.S Oetl2f1vinQakS's '5 lcewnansnlleYIa.ALE. 'State of PemwyrTMio

JhaClark. P Delicti. IchJiMarcLer. Iam4 Warrant,, S Stars' Great. TITork on Ktwsla. : : DeIverl frssof 13Ot.
thai C B11r. S.E./Sec.2; T.5, S.K.28E. ico.Aere5 pnbluiTieiiran Illn'trated Description of S New York, fe SavannahSTEAMSHirSSEMIWEELY Posta.tsifWIrf
Ambler _
JLE.ri.CBIU JUST ii S ity 5- _
4 Jjinj ntIeozntyoft2 .PtU.aDRLU.
nt* A)(Ird.JB I UanhMn, ni: & C¬&t1od 1745 7 nod I'uliticxl Rstsiy of sits Government and The new and splendid side-wheel steomsnim:- Ilanufactiirera and Dealers Alwljua,
A Thiu.e. 11 P J1olfryinn.1:1Tpojr Said to par.dcbts of Slid Estate. Terms made Yovince, Produrtions, Resources, Imperial Covernment. Florida, 1,300 tons, Capt. M. S. WoodlwII, Lake, about one mile from l'avne's iPrairi j and and mud it equal to the bet PerRkvJi.Guaao. .

known on day of sale. Purchasers to pay for Commerce, Literature, Educational Alabama, 1,500; tons, Capt O. K. Scbenck,f twelve miles frraa Mkanppy. Tbe tract eot>tain I ned if side by ide. Mr fermenwer

paper IL U. SADLER, fAamr8- Means,Befigfon, People, Manners, Customs, Anquittes Augusta, 1,500 tons, Capt. T. Lyon, MtfS acres, about 100 acre under cnKJTation, and raoch opposed to the us of ebemaal n&onOf "**

IL M.tAILE1f ,'etc, etc., from the latest end most autbent'c Knoxville, 1,300 tons, Capt C. IX Lfldlow,. SO acre more nearly prepared for ptmthit1 I will u.s it* this pess ,fleeesea4todsDelanM
C. A. SADLER. Adm'x.Feb. sources. Embellished with about SOO En- About 400 acres of the tract is
will leave New York and Savannah good hammock
t : : ACKSONV LLF. S4, 1855.: _inhl4t4tdmiiik1ra1cr'i gravhWs, avid Mips of European and Asiatic Russia. end Saturday. every Wednesday + iYaCksouilt Fla: and the greatest portion of the bslam* U excellent A3IIL'tDa., VAWO*

The whole complete in one large octavo volume S Und.mixed with,
These pine hfckorr growth. Thtobad
chips are the largest the coast 'wbat esP1imr 1eA
on trwnr- e O1WUr
- Sale.Of of about TOO pages, elegantly and'iubxtanti- in OCLD'inform the pnblie that theyar prepared u well adapted to nine am,colto*, and cene. and
passed peed, comfort
Woorter.Moor, lrovMence, R. I. 12th davof next at the allr safety,or making their U a inOtdesIrIbl. -. is, belawir., ssy : .d)
bound. Retail ?
Apnl $
.. 1eb. !$- S Thnrsday.the price, passage in SO to Cd honrs, and -ore commanded V to manufacture at abort notice any plantation to any eeIoa bam S have e4v,4 tet nm frmFSIII..
4-Br J44"I Carpenter. Xew York late residence of CoL John I/eix, deceased, Jliis work bus beca several vear ln preparation, skilful, careful and officers. by k-odof EIFLE:or-other GUN, lns style snimr- a coflTtciect force to bring it into cnlt
..Schr Ma > Leydtoii. 5 Y. near Mandarin, in th.County of Dnval and State and will, it is believed, -meet, in the fullest accepatiuiitif most desirable polite toNeYork.They offer_a. passed by any makers. They keep constantly on district io healthy the year round,nd the drinking Chester Covoty and Laaowtor Tertofiwr boOr ta
_$ hr b UWI1S1IY&1UM1.N *>f Florida, we will offer at public sale the following the word, the want BO universally fur Cabin conveyance ; band, at their mannfaetoiy, Rifles Gnus Pistols water ezcdlent. S T whom m ;.Cocutn 4$gii
Passage,............ .,. ..$20. r we sold Leizup''s Amema1seti ,
1rat. deitcribed personal property belonging to said reliable information on the history and ioUinialrc- .? Powder' Lend Percussion Flasks Shot There are tome eoftift>rtabl. dwelling houses ,
N ,- Steerage Pasnige,.. ...... ..,. ....$3'PADELFOHD. shot Caps, thatitwaatothbbestOs5i.
...$clrl7 Uiire.. 1L&viaC1akstGn. Fj.6-.te: s>Hirce of a country occupy ig *o large a portion FAY-A Pouches and Belts, Elastic G air Wadding, and oth- and a gin home and stable upon tike nUce. '
' Otiii Arnohi One and two Ilorscs and Mules furmida- CO,. The above S Hev what Mri Tftmr tay V ? i iI Z) I
I. z-Ih ig horse wagons, if the EaMern Hem ipherennd holding so in ?r -Sporisnuo's articles. Together with Bowie will be sold low tar cash. For any

0 ...$cbr Gt 1JT. L .nng, Boltnaore. LtUubtr Cart and fixture. Carriage and Buggr, ble> a position at the present time to the rest of SAMUEL Agents Savannah. Knives nd,Dirks .of every description, and a variety farther detail or information,writ to 2Lr.. J. I). the have seen a moat beautiiul.tleU rf Wk a\

;_$&in.Tug Tybtr. Wilson, D-Tun. In>n Siir-ir Mill Sugar Kettles,UlacVcmitlisTi wit, Europe and Asia; but of which f.ir less ia known n0 13 Broadway MITCHELL.Xew York. of other articles,too numerous to mention.JjffRifles McKinlar,JaclsonTQk, FU,,, or ta me, at Mkaa- Old neighborhood York Bd-nd of the Rising caVtrj.Sa 'HoW 3 en the
Plai.tat.on valuable lot of lloubiholdKnrn'.tare. opyLE. open Vad
CLEARED.BrS Tools a very ban of any other European nuton. Shot Guns end Pistols, repaired and
rUM. Cumcoa..CMe lied and Beddinjg, Kitchen Furniture, ALSO, it dot'ilv intercating volume, entitled FARE BEDUCED. warranted. -- -S uvl7-6m S S 5-- JOHN B. SAUXDEB3Ltf been raised by the use of Leioau'k. America* Pec'L3
? n C P.ro-kS SCOUX1TIUT1 UliierI have made mind to pordUM
Fib. Yirk.dr a IJoat and Flat Also various other articles, too 4' THE Uh'XAK'KAHLR ADVZSTL'ESSi OF Septrmberth1q.1. np'my"
New '

..r. ; .kJCr.r.afiolJ. ,Keene, IUo Je Janeiro.E.v uuierou4 to mention.SARAH Terms E.cash.LEWIS, Ad's. Romantic OF VKLEKRATED Incidents at.d PERbOyS Adventures? embrncimftho in the Lives Colin Passage from Charleston to New Charles Be Waal Attachment in Justice Hear load of what your FerfcliieA David KdJ, E.*, flased'Leiaaa't

.4 Z-ehr rs, Alien! Havana.MHMOIUXDA m'al-rt A. V. LEWIS. Ad'r. of Soi erel nit, frutes-men, Generals, Princes, Wairiins. York, Tvxnty Dollar : Comity? Florida. 'Newierst-yiavm

%otic to Debtors and Creditor Travelers, Adventurers, Vovnpers, Ac., emi- A UJT IOiN.EB3ACK1ONVILLE BISBCI the ft CAJWTA Savannah, Ageots"for and Sara Sworn Wheat and- 'An erksn Ferpr ca
to $20.05 Fields exceeded
they WheatY1iO
C' fur this irc ccrd ** New neut iu the hislorv of Europe ana America, inclu- United States Mail Line say
The brX th tilt.Tbr A LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of John liug s-Uitches of ocr fifty celebrated horoic thararters. honda Steam Packets. ) Bond Filed toO OQ to my neighborhood. S I' 1|-4t-;

T4.r (ID hr.the AIr. for tVta port, cleared at Xew XJi. Iwig, late of Dnval County, deceased, are lkanl.fulT! illustrated with numerous enrriTiiies. IJEW YORK & CHARLESTON E. F. '-vs. SSOLIDIG Farmer of !Cew J r eT see Tert3acr. *

ut.. requested to come forward and make immediate O.io vol.400 piges' royd l: mo, cloth, GALES; in any part of the County attended to 0. SAaP5O5. Hear whatS.TboiipaonEjqabf Cherter ti y i3liD
TdrL oil ti uaunetit and thoM having demands against said jit.! fricp tlXiZ. STEAM PACKETS, and respectfully solicited.Gvods THE defendant* and all others interested, are 1 have used Leinau'a American. Fer%Ccer, po% Tmy
Estate, will preeent them duly anthenticatod tn the The nb '
Attention undersigned w.thin the Time prescribed by law, ur PiUorul hooks and of such ther for private or auction disposal will be quickly cuit, returnable to & Justice Court to be held at ni.yotFiIds wb.rsiusaGunouperp&cepha-.a$
popular, amoral ,
St. Jous? Fire Company. they wilt be barred. and rtl.cious UifliKji'.cc very tlut while piod men NASHVILLE, 1,500 tons, M. Tterry, Commander. attended to and amounts speeui'y! forwarded. Tht Coart'Honye hi Jacksonville on"the Third and Barnyard Manure. -

a V Vir x'' t '''"'- *''' 'lie 'btiL ut the **""rtR SAPvAii r. Lirvns. Ad'x.. m.iy safely engip. ia their circul.ition, they will JAMIS MARION tDEr, 1.2i14) toni, \Vt. J Fo'me, Com'r. Subscriber has been known in this community fcsi Monday of May next- and.to appear and plead to Urn PmwaoGcotov i Jsey., IaV
the ,th inL ut AMJREWD., LEWIS, Ad'r.gftI a>-tW *ns> S. Turner, Com'r. number of Auctioneer and otherwise the same. *** A.Lcnuv Dear Shill .
tI'u. .n Kr ir. f h1tfpJt; confer i. fiii>n:> tx-ut.ht, and retch a fair cuwfttil7f OUTIIEK.\EK years es bass used JOIjS'I.American
1 T.-. tf I.OOQ tons T. I). EWAX Given trader hand and seal this 29thJty of
tiVnCk' I'll JcRul attendane I* remi.ned.iUrrh m fur their labtir.JC Leave cotO-. 3e offers no recommendation, bnt desires that in my -Fertiliser npoa se, lsrged4,aft
i : flULI. Il.uuINtTtrN: IVotice.FOUR JC TH ivU: i-f enterprise and tact, this bn Iuess Saturday Adder's afternoons Wharves every Wednesday and quirks should be made concerning himself an) January, 1353. Wheat The field had neeriaIie mry of .
ui.rti&n. afUrthe arrival of the cars commercal house at the place of his residence JOHN VT. PRICE, fi- t-l the oldest inhabitant,produced sal1dngbut indisa *
after ftr-?
1' WEEKS dute, I will apply to the < jn opp ntun.tr forprofitible tinpluylaiit from the South and fob '
West l-Zm.
Justice of the Peace.
Judge of 1'robatc for the Countv ofl .si-M.nu to b.t nut uluJ These Since the fire he has located his store on Forsytl Gnu, (a weed.) My .ncightMrs laughed 'myu,,.

l>tival, to have inv dower in the Kst.ite of JubuI :?: *" I'ltxtdis& witliii to engage in their sale, Line, and steamshii.su for ere built expressly for the street, on the burnt district,where his Auction bus Attachment in Justice Court, Doral cultivating that field and wing von fertJiiefc
b. "W. rt tin"t >f Ocron t-treet rrn safety, comfort and speed are nnri- mess is ito at conducted and where ht But the of white bearded Wheat-whicn X
Jl I. i evris, late of s aid Couiitr, dectKi cd; also one will rpefjve promj t'y! br mail, u Circular coutiiting ailed on the coast. present County, Florida. crop
T..n'li> H i >ttI. t'' "list. at U o'clock, y "irs' ,sihtai.ce, set apart and assigned to me. full p.irtioi!..1 with Dlret-tiuiis: to persons Tables with keeps on Jiatul, on the most reasonable terms Bzsazs;& Cixova, ) raised was the admiration aQbebo4den.. mali *

F. Mr? M.f-i. l ue Tis.r Call I, cvnapUtc.TfiiiCa All inrsops iuur<.t.l d are dwlrtil ti take notice Ib-piisvd to act a< Ap r.N," tngetlur with terms onulutH and courteous supplied coinmanders ecerslunry.Will Attentive FA1IILY GROCERIES SAND PROVISIONS, c*. }\ Sum Sworn to(9J55Jotn ( { the Wheat to Mf. WhHner, of Glasahonb VewJersey'sad 1

h. G. 11. .SMITH, SARAH E. LEWIS thy will iiiruialicU, by aJilresoing the by this line insure travellers roc CASH ASD corvrirr monrce.julS >ioG.S\upsox. ) Bond Filed ISO 00f1IIE send you busnehforthe Crystal [
n- t Widow of John lit-wis, lato of subscriber, tx.st p id.KOWERT. dation. every iiossible comfort and accommo CUAKLES DE WAAL. defendant and all others interested, are Palace at Xew York. -I am now preparintf slar kr'i'

Duvul Countv, dece.uvd. PEATIS.: PrBusuKR, For freight c.r .11. hereby notified of the commencement of this field for wheat this Fall,and using your Anuricaar j I
(P7 ('o.ertfleriiip. passage, having elegant state Fertilizer in to Gnuw.
Mr1i1lV. 4w rahl 1$1 irSlMOii>ti-tttA'fiP Yuri. dirction suit returnable to a Justices Court to be held at preference ISAIIV WoooL
room mcouuiiodatioua cer
,I I1c f T VLOR.. 2C11.t1C1bUN &. CO, apj.lv; ; t.iikyuv the Court House iu Jacksonville on the Third Hear.what Mr. Barkesdale, of Virgianv Ay*sf

I i)*t'j'. la< 4 > .vc.1! i liiiiutu:il oiliMrUt All rok e. \ ulaa ,Ic Proper
I I.II, 'Ij-, '..f II.Ktiriu w Flflt .'! iH-fvtt'ed bv fi Cabin .
T.LLu(aM4.? J Lkf ol ll II. TA VLOR. made to tl.e Hon. Judge of Probat- Xas- 'fwndtt.ng; tenns, the 1-UuiJ passage, j-',( THE Subscriber having been appointed n Auc Given under hand and seal this 29th day of paused any thiag 1 ever ned. Imeaa to trHeVmv

1.:. T MillAKPSOA, lau Countv, for K tters of Jinuii
\1. H.1.ONE, It.ite: of \\ iliuiui: ; PeiiJurvitt, latoof XRSK.III C ..ni.ty .- JJnlrtrt'1 laud. situated int'ieJtlr-ze* >ov. fth. r>Tv_ _ _ ernor of Florida, will attend punctually"to all business JOHN V. PRICE [L. .] llepurchaiied $.3 < Inas.LE1XAUS S

T. E.: !!CCKMAS. d.xersed. JE11U: 1HXITU.efa. ) er St. Ji'hnuxiiit CO mil' 9 above Steam ComminicatiimSavanna3i entrusted to hit care. I rom hIs long experience feb 1-Cra. Justice of the Peace AMERICAN FERTLUZEB can
v;" r.n. ->r. -.. >' "4, I*". in this cnpic".tv, he flatters himself that ha had at half the prices ofQuaoo.. *,
_ ':ilaikn, 1:2 nii'i.' "* -ibove Vi lukrt, and 3 miles rlx.reirHJatfs nErwaEs : -
will afford *utsf all who may require hisservtcis.
RIH07AL.T !tcriI Sale.T"ILL }\ ut the nortlnrn entrance into J ahoJeorp and All shipments or con ! ( \xli-fh) is about Fl miks in leiijrth and liiiiles Florida. iflANf KNOW THYSELF.
% i 'ifl.'iI li-v.' Teflr., I f.. b > > .Id V5.re( the court Iiou.se ti-ior, him tv III be promptly and faithfully attciideu to. S t
Tintr.iet contains .
l.44 ncrtiioind
tII44I4 T(1d Iii 41T41itut in the town i.f J.kuflIlIe, Florida in ff&3eif The new and eleirint ffeam1
Lirek ftlt ou -
iki sarrarvers.
pt itboiii ** !ieU and,! Fashionable
of trluch acres are
ian ..
h1 by 'i4 bt. tt4".y In ffT\r tii.i4.t cii,.. th lii.t M.idiy 'ui April iicxL. the following pro- ncik I N iifttii-i Jilwiiit Oii acres are suited for LIF1-t: N packet"hT.JOUX'S/'Ciipt( T. 0. Holmes and C. Drew Jacksonville.

tutii'l".. ii4 (tie U.V geULC11.It, .lli p.ud t4 K-rty iiz: A CtiUln parcelf land beginning atj40ti1s ngarCatii'.ii ;;lii! tliereiiMiluler ruttim! and Prois l..___!.:, .*. J vw FnttBocx, will leave In' ton and A ill Ione-a, .Sarannih.UancnSft JS oot-JHaking. 100,000 Copies Sold in kjssthana1 Yw .
trv liw J ..1It cU.. landjig ou IftCoy creek, and rnnii.ng U ;- : Ssavannnh evrrv Thur vi 'lle srruwt'i and A New Edition.
,. hod! N1i'ill thry.ee to the Jil.ic'! t'r.vk Riiatl ia a line rr.s. prii.iipal'yVter morning IftoVJoefc, for 1'alatka all Improved, ..
I' rMvift; iii ("I parallel touching at IL SM5IT1T. undersigned would inform his old friends
Lii e U-fc, Ld l 15 iv, C> s 'u eet Gum, Cabbage THE Just Issued.DR. .
pri S.
srtiu.iit at titita l rv *tn..l< *ti1 Ur nvric t.frT to: the crtf V., and dowu said creek ujxin I he back 'almrtl.i! wild orange and Pino. Tin-re j the intermediate wjints. Jacksonville, Fla..Ftb. 23, 1834.Grotltc. customers that lie has just returned from
\ kind i&I4i i UeiCniU4U.{ tt.ixli iic wit heil line of the orguiil trait as liurciid] : by the InteJani of, Or.inri Citron Lciuim are und aiitinihr This I boat has ben buHt expr sr f..r this trade; Charleston w.th an entire new stock of goods. lieU : HU5TER1S MWVICAI Mxjrcjft Sweet .
I: i'i .lt>J aittl nuil ii.iibiE9S 1 $. .ie ra.tL'i ,-> I, nijr tr.'n AllitrtG. Philip it'being the hiclid! mil, and, the has Large nnd airy hiate roonj aecoinmoJations firnngeN J-oilk1m: prepared to furnish them BOOTS of the best ro& TEL ArrucrsD-Cbatainur aa i -
ime Trw I
:i ., .%. A. 11. lil'XiAgent; iixe.-pj, an wa 4 allotted us doWr t.i Mary Long, our Oraiijre trici; thrie may pnnluce bupeik.r accominixlation fir invalids and others. WATCnEAILER AND JEWELLER! neatness and d-spatch, He flatten himself that of every form of diseue contracted by promis.-
n.li. 5 i Ins v I.-, and uow Luoy n as the residence of \Viii.lladiiiMk Oranges in two or years by bnjilmg. The j jtnprox This b ar will leave Jacksonville, on her return the general Mtisfaetion be has given heretofore, onsseznal -intercourse, bysdtb ashy .eznai'
cwpsi.-u of and valuable In the Room the Post Office
fluents a large two to ( adjoining ,) with advice for their written
; also mie l.to man namLJ Moae, about Savannah every Sunday morning at 5 o'clock. will entitle him to the patronage of those who wish excess prevention, ia.,
tory lweling hi>n<>e and OLit h"usc which cortvei FIT further rUrt'culara" returned from Enrppe, arrain begs a familiar style,avoiding an medical technieaEtie
th.ri or th'rt>-Sn'years ut inquire of FELLBOE.N Boot %
Capt well
3or? Florida age. RAVING a fitting made out of the beet materials.
Ill -tid property was leviud upon and l Till' be > f 4.0 *). (J-uitS i.f cruiy kud abani (>n the on board, or toCLAGHOnN tiffer his services to his old friend and Ho will endeavor to give satisfaction to all who and every thing thai would offend the ear of de'

2 'ii7. < /.' T .": /.v.r 1 v/a K" rrr, A< IT it'ild a. the pr.ptrtv ot Win. Haddock, to futtfjv slnnd, aud C>U mind writer foul I.laml in the wIthin Lake, Aivtr & CUSMNGHAM, the public genrally. With bin experience for the may favor him with a caP, at his hop on Fonyth cency; with an outline of complaints incident tor
few *
ft r i ."ill TllL: < !KI\i. Of r.lU two n r.t: if Fini J'atM*, is-iitd (r..ni the Circuit fitt-nnicr 1iasLythe a Savannah. last twentj-sjt yrars, as a Watchmaker, he hopes Street,first door from X ww iwrtreet Females, fnwa the vweltef some twenty year* "
t'.rtrl 11 !>u\a"! c'.ii.ty, fur the amount ol a judguitnt .ai'dred yMrds cftiie dwelling house twice a wwk.Lui'Ir BJSBEE & CAXOYXJacUonvii:.. to give entire satiC rtion to those who wish to iuvs feb 1-ulO :ly CHARLES POETTTXG. SQCCdtsful practice, exclusively devoted to the cure
-p v tltf1 to time -i-uicriu'.r ur to U. A. Putnam their work don, ina.workmanlike disease of a delicate or private nature
BE : manner.
.u s. ij Court, m the ce vf Win. KnlmnLsv >'ET & TBASiJALJl, 1'Jatka.fpl.ly *
* IT. ;$ JFal!! Stcnmcrs v "\ JUdilock. Saul property to be bold at at j-1. ngttsfuie, FU. J. C. CAUIOUX.Valuable MavS'ith.OPPOSITION -Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at DYING AND -T which is added reeeipU for the weal Lbs ,

t I public! uutcrr. to th* highest bidder.URIAH K ii .2 the shortest notice Renoratin Latabliabinent. above-diseases and a treatise en the nrnses-symy*-'

BOWL'EX Sheri: LINE, 73 Yori trtt,ntar tit Ontrt ZZnite, toon s and cure of the Fever and Ague. ,- ?
** '* Sea Island Cotton and Corn S
wFLORIDA. Jaclc 'mvni March 1, Is.'iS. Ini : To the Public. BAVAXXAH, GEORGIA, .T timo y tf TK Profotor of GxUtri* i*
the U.
d Carrying S Kail. Fesa..Li1egt P1ilpA-Da.Ronysz'agI
,e _ \ nli c. Land for Sale, BETH Et! .ESTABUiHIDIX IKS.ft .- JeLl. Mutaa.-Ths author of this work vnlft*?

WIIJ> bosnldlxforethetVurt House r, m"e! above the TUr of t. John's river, Falatka Fla. and Savannah IlE nn-lertig'HHl, successors to HBXRT TINA 'HE Subscriber grateful to his patrons and the majority of those who advertise cor*the. ..
(' JR OLT1'ND the highest b.dder, in the town of Jaiksonville FOUR., located ou the river. The tract Ga. I srs, Xu. Z, Holmes Bailding, have iu store JL friends for their continued favors wimUt state diseases cf which it treats,"U a rradoat of one of -

on the first Monday iu April) DHL the rmbractft ecreu'hundred and lifty acres, live hundred (DfSIPB ALL TUB WAT.) and for sale, that, in addition to the improvements in Dying, acquired the best Colleges in the Uaited States It aJEorib 4

tolUm ir.g dti. rihcd pri'pcrtv. to wit: Xegro slaves, of it, or nearly s<', first rate hammock laud, VIA PICOLATA.! BLACK CarEK. AND A General Assortment of by him during his last visit to England and me pleasure to recommend him to the mrtbrtonata, 1-
Mir,. ,* Tenuli. Cite and with the of JACKSONVILLEFLA.. AND ST.MARY'S, Scotland!, has made arrangements for extending or to the victim of malpractice iiicrniful
f niiisoii, Clara, the proptrtv mId in its original .tat.-, exception BRUNSWICK u ,
..( Win. lladdoct.- >ld to sat.f a decree about eighty Herts cleared, and well adapted foraCn'p v, DARIEN, GA.1aii4 Merchandize his business, by which he in now enabled to Dve.a and experienced practitutaer, in whose honor and.

:i..- 1L'-L1v4. L. M. r.n ? r, Ma.-t.-r. wi'.I: eiiuftvd in the Court nt Chancery of Duval Cuuny the ens'iiiig season btraincrs necessarily .. The tteampacket WELAKA, greater variety of.Colors on Silk and Woolen integrity they may place the greatest cons.i..c.
(Cant. X. KING leaves AmwtKting cf Dry Goods Groceries. Provision Dresses Shawls 4c. which he trusts will
v-r jv--t 5 Pavr *, generally -
I i"4 IurItM.n! < \rtuiir.tai m luif-jai-i o iu. m lavortif 11. O. Mi-, and IHu el C. Ambler, pass with'n iiitv yards of thi- ;place, iu ascending t5 S.Mt.I -Joe.&Loxcsaax-D-
, r.r the ?.i.J.h" Rrdzreit st.itiiz ti Jaek.nn. 3go4U .t >in-K ud Wm. liaiUoik; decree rendered the nver. Ou lime premises lher > U a very suptn- .' / r-T:: kiLka eTerT Monday niorningi Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware, please all who may favor him with their patronage.Gentlemen's fnwi JL IJW*orrf,VLD., /-4en*,. L'iu..r..a

irilk IV.L.to, ami 14Iti. Uvturai.-ij:, will the May U-ri.i A. I D. Js.i.CULH tim. tlrw-'tovy Jllan !on house, with a ba>tn e: t of i .l'iuJ> 8 o'clock. Hats and Cipti, Boots and Shoes.* Saddlery, and a S Garments Dyed, Cleaned or Renovated ty,PkiladHi>liiA<-1\ gives me pleasure to add my'
flOWIiT .Slriar I) and all jthtr Arrives at Jacksonville same evening; and loaves large assortment of Books and t>t tionerv| and all as may be required, in the same superior ttstimonv to the of
I4tt ?.LIItL.t4 ir.'ry il"day "t t *. m.: IVxilatain. C. Tine fixt. J.iitt.fl! Health, Water, < professional ability the
Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, at all the oth .r articles sii.teJ tothe trade to which they invite style which has generally so much pleased his
touching ; of -'Medical ilanoftL" xWeroas- 'l
a *, .; ai.d" J-iiLs'icvUIe:: fjr C13rci'teuI. and Swctil] Master iu Cbaurcrr. natural r.-lvit t:.gi" nit t-i be ur.oemL Title the cases f
T.i a4. Jacksonville, Feb. i'stn !l's.V. Jui" and rccunitnodaiing. Apply to Tun intermediate plans as aVvc.ThtuiiiMi the attention of the public, and atik them to patrons and friends. Disease of the Genital Organs some of them et
Ur. rood tirms ,
j. BI. > i ....
f.in fmni Pt .tt..*. Pt.t_.,T. it..* **.J. 1)l..J. .tt .1.. e. ; .e.r .te., .t Ladies' Bonnets Dyed,-Bleached and Pressed in
t4&t &a..n.> ta. ret.a c.u.C U&
.., Ile tLViI4'$. 1. IL taart; lla-tiT, will leiveI'jriitiBev.t ;10, PIpcLncv A Co,Charleston, S. C.A.; T. Bra- long standing, have come under my notice*, ia .
DTAL NOTICE.Wil. Carolina $s w elsewhere, as theyflatter themselves that they can the most fashionable styles. Order* from the which his skilL has been manifest to l
him Palatka Coeutr bteainer restoring
Vi\ilnrsjjy inoritnir, t Jn m, ; C.ipt. ;
,'. % a Through fare from Jacksonville Fell low eke for cash attended to.. Terms moderate
BOSTWICK. Would repectfuUrin.! g on an ad any one or country country punctually health in where the has
t-kit; tl r lIlir: r 'il'f'ir; the plaert: named i or to the ou ncr, on the;1ice. perfect some cases ]patiest
,. and" Through tickets are funi hcd from Jacksonville produce.J. Orders for the above establishment will be received
,! and t.iu K.-anf.: the citizen* of JacLnouviIle its E. HOPKINS.Mavport been considered beyond medical aid In theeai-
MII at Ili't.
-lung > Head
l Iti4.i l>jr.en, ll'njjfwck anj St. M..rv guingml vjc'-aity. that, having oi>t-md an office on Fiiryth Mill: P. o., to Charleston. for fi IHIJ II. BTOTOX.] PJ.W. GHAUTS.X. without charges fur freight to Savannah or back, ment of Semoui weaknesses, or diianaagemsn- -
.trtt. "ill ";t' iil i 11 nil braitrhesot Iietittbtr iahe tit. F. .4. J'TheWtlaka connects with one of the New bv Mrs.UajLucss, Jacksonville,Fla.- of the TunctieJi, produced by.seltahnseer i_,
rrtnrumg. Ti! ii l.iat; : ha* bvn pit o-i the ) Johc's JilLff. F.Septombrr7,1 fork and P...-M. W. GRAVES wonld respectfully inform GALLOWAY. ; ??
; I '.gtd tunic: for the aco>inn.( .uUiiii ut Tnvvlen'm 'in.>t tm.1)ried| and curefull maniHT.J (News, JjitkMJlu lie; Soulhern Sun Oculti; will PhJadtlphiu. feteanuships from Savannah the public that he still continues the fc.b8lyALEXANDER of venery,I da not knovr-his wperior m the pre. ._ -,

;ti!<- iiiw mini thcmt. w!Uo iclj U. keep a ii much T"Xerves of aching teeth, destroyed without lubli h iintj lorbid, und scud bills to this office.) everyVednesd.ty. Daguerreaii liusinc sonf Kurd's Golden Gloss for the Hair.AUOXO fessioa I hare been acquainted with the Anifaor*' -->
nv-srtf and deem it *" Y
.a n. soma thirty no saere
u )>* iUe in .htr. pa sl-f years >
' T'I' i 'rrfirtr1-is 7tState UoomK.twt K. R. DtTKK, Palatka, door vat tf Iff. IL D. HuttatuF rttideinx. the many preparation fur,the growth him as well as kindness to the niDrtonate Tie-

.t n niir.rt! w:II be I'iiiid ntiially n-tjuircd Primary School.JTKS. lUM.'EE: & CAXOVA.Jacksonville. Jacksonville, July a). 1834.?. fair, this (.oi.nex.Uwss,takes the tim of early iadiscretion, to Teeomnwnd him es

i..T ii!. 1 rj i e ing Public. 1 IM-V: coiuei-t: wlh the IRAXKUX PAVSOXMAS FLORIDA fb24fS.___ SI. LitFu1TEAtsvannab. Goods of Description.U ead. Three reasons will be gives why it is so one in whose professional skin sad- integrity they

h. ff--iit Line* of StxeH in }' *Wkt4. auU $< for l.peneil( a .SclwxJ. in Jacksonville, in the Steamer Iflount every universally used and preferred to all others: 1st, may safely cunfid* themselves -
4 *'ii'li .n T tiniia BJJ, ThrT aW e.iunoct with the !. bololipng Hi W.I. 1)es ersi, for the IIo/vr0RKS. Pleasant U E undersigned 2s now prepared to announce becauseit has proved the most effectual in Baldness -- t M.rzsn WOOBWAKD, IL B.

I W York liual* iT Mi U-iiiruad Lne! from th.a infraction of Children, in the Primary ..Engtit.liBdocutMinal /J****This steamer, which bus been to the public and bis fellow citizens that his j 2d. because it imparts a beautiful dark gloss -"This is, without exception, the most eoarpr i, ihensive
Brat, hes the WDV.. BlOCS & CO., JACKtJQXTtLLE. FA., New Store, ou Hay street is cow provided with a to the flair 3d and work
fltfxIWiy- ,- -vu: Alphabet pel.hug. put '.n fondition fir effectivewrvice and delightful perfume ; because intelligible 'published on the -, .
and ArithLietic. are now prepared to execute promptly orders full assortment of Goods of every description, consisting fine discrimination which claas of diseases of which it
npr CanJIna; frnn Charleston to JackTn Heading Writing, Ceop phy is now prepared to the Ladies, with they treats. Avoiding all
.4 4aTdI., t 8 .-together with OuUiue Drawing. for < resume her repiUr business Groceries and Provisions. all posse, have adopted it Many other reasons all technical terms, it address*iUelf to the reesom "

4 P'.eoUU and P latka l t Jackaonville, Florida. Feb. 15, is. Steam Engines Saw Jfill? Sugar on the St JolmV, in the towing of vessels, rafts, Dry Goods and Kcadv Made Clothing. could be given why it is a great favorite, bat those of its readers. It is free from all objecting!hie -y.

. I'ajf per Flor.Jj fn>m CbarUkKi tu Ikaufort, 3T .V.:t 7?.-Mrs. P. will also be prepared to give fcc., and ix-rloming dnih other service as may bappoiuteil Crockery and Table Ware of every Description, who want more have only to give its trial. matter, and DO parent, however Cutidkxn,can object

S l nrien, 4 private instruction to a few young Indies inDrawing. Mills and Tan, Grist Mill?, HorsePower by special contract Plain and Fancy Lamps, Lookin -Gloss, ic.IHardware. t Price 25 cent, in Urge bottles. For sale bf to placing it ia the hands of hiss sees. The

To lirunxH ick and St ilarj*, 2 febl5-1t ?, Iron and Brass Castings ilngai 'nients may be at any time entered into Saddles & lfiroes of all kinds Druggists and Storekeepers every where. author has devoted many yean to the treatment(.
with in her )Wooden-Ware Tin Wnre. I W. C. HUBD Fntrktr the various, treated and with lee
To Jwkmvilf! 4)To ) tin- Captain chnrge of et any al complaints of.- ,
piciilata and Palaika, 6 Jacksonville Hale Academy. md everyark.ty <>f llachinery. Casting, Forg1- which she may be upon the route, or with ler pro And a great variety Fancy and useful artiJcsC n246m 304 Broadway,hew York.. little breath to pnC and too little presomptios) te

Staid IJT the FWuU 6nt e fh.frc.gUt T71I1E UXDEIWIGXED having located in this lug, and 1tlaekmmiih Work, Saw Mill, Steamboat, CHARLES WILLEY.efa S >r general and House-keeping purposes.. I II impose, be has offered to the world, at the merely ..

Fr : eiir.tg'i.mein aud tither paK'culars, M place, would respectfully announce that be and other rejiainrg. would respectivelyjnvito purchasers who are Wm. Blanchard nominal price of 25 cent* the fruitof some tenty'

a* Sp4t; %% M. M. LAWTOX k CO, has opened a school in the nVom formerly occupiedby They will cont.iiue: the manufacture, and keepronhtantiv in want of lievJy-madg Clvtltiay to give men opll, Bay Street '.Digsrs & Co,'*, Fonadrr.TTUST years' most successful praetieeu.2fcr .. -i .V 3*
reh flT. Stk.rn What Mr. Swart With neveral years experience asa on band, the'r variety of PLOWtCTIMBEIt'CAUTS For Enterprise as I have ou hand a great variety ) op. "No teacher or parent should be without he -v
teacher, he is prepared to give instruction in all CHAINS ic, to wWch they fa Ladies and others, I would also offer my assortment received, direct from New York, knowledge imparted in this invaluable wort. '.It.

' FfliGrceries, Provisions, SLC. the brunches pertaining to a finished English cduiUm respectfully piitronagc. jy6y- and Intermediate of Dry.> and Eancv Goods, which I eSiall J> 5 barrels Coffee Sugar. _. would save year of pain,mortification sndsemW

" JTT KCCK1V, per chouuvr Mary and and to prepare tiuug men for College. keep constantly replenUhed. { 2 So.1 Large Mackerel, to the youth, under their cha-I's
-4 S. TUUIS PCS VCABTES. Hardee'3 Livery Stable. Landings ou the I shall always sell upon moderate and accommodating Z PpermOiU' J.dteeatt :

FI.sur, Plot flred. Sdi n.t: ; Primary DetMutmcnt, S f S to *s 00 provided with a largt nnmber of fine St. John's River. terms. HORKLS KIll!... 10 u .Whiskey, S A Presbyterian clergyman ia Ohio,writinj of ?Jt"Boater's

$iIa; Battrr and Cotton Crackers; Second 10 00 B horses and carriages Mr. the The Steamer* DARLISGfTOX Captain JAXES S 5,000 Choice Segars, ". Medical Manual" says:-"Thousands .--,

.*. LuCu *; X 1 Snap: SurchjAdamanutie Collegiate u S f t4'! > 15 00" following schedule f prices, tolthose Hardeetoffers who favor JKOCK, will leave Jacksonville, every Saturday tvovSlMyWAY i boxes tendy, .. -- e. upon thonsaads of eor youth, by e3 example and *

and Taylor e Candles; W. H. CUKIiTV, A. JLJackaonville liini with their may Horning nt S o'clock; arriving at Puhtk'a same day. &TAYLOR, 4 barrels New Orleans Molasses; mflaeneeof the sessions, bars bees led krta te>i
Onulied rinjar; Vt'oegar; Feb. 1\ 1$yt. Sm div patronage. Lieaving Palatka 5 o'clock Monday morning, ft Together with a,'full assortment of Family jCroeanea habit of selPpollulioo, without realizing the sia, & f
Saddle f 2 W)
' Buck hhot. Drop Shot, Caps; .4 per half connection with the steamers Carolina and Weiaka, ACfOliS CllMdISO hIEIICIIAM1S which will be sold*very low for cash. Cal and tearful eonaeqnences upon t&emsrivBs their

(V".-Concortlin, La .atiqud&4.I General Assortment Single ni rscaad per day, -dav.'- 1 8 00 00pcrbalfdaj.orless will' reach Lake Monroe come day. Returning,, mad see.' 5- w>v 0-tf posterity. The constitutions of thousands wh ,'t
> Uugpy -
Tbne aruclea all fresh and of .. per will leave Enterprise at 5 o'cIockTuiaday Corner are raising families have be-n en&bled, if ast ,
are ewd omility A T THE STOKE OF X. Ji7EL, A1S7. 4' .4 2 00 moning of Bay and Drayton Streets*
_mll-* )zoRktS. KEILS and Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, and Liquors, winc ; & ; broken down,and they do. not know the esas. -
I;' KIEL Two Horses Carrie d a 600 sAv..tiNit.u GA.
itgatn calls -
the attention of ge, per yr arrire.at Jacksonville same day; Cask Oianl Bnady, the core. Anything that can be dose so le.niigb.s. r
6000 BLSI1ELS COIt.\J .l. thepublictubiastockofgoodsofageneralcharcter. rn' iwrh lfd!yoresR,4! 00 A. M. REED. .Ag't at Jacksonville'tnlf PEA ISLA DrCOTT03r: GESH.fTIIIE 9 bafrate Amtrirtm Baaij ea and rufloence the public mind as to cheek,sad
In provisions, a fresh supply of good Drirers will be furnished to those Mho may re ] quarter cask Holland GUI,
2ThG R. R. TIEID, Ajt at Palatka.F011IVELAKA. Undersigned being SOLS Agents for SchaAJL ultimately to remove this widespread sooree of
OATS them with the honed and without S barrel*KoMGlB,
Eice has been Also baud quire
just received on carriages, the '
S I4 -< fur's Sea Island Gins,hare s supply constant S barreta N.w EaIasd Ran human wretchednesswould eoofcr freatert
FEEl), I too 3flAN On cOW Saddles, ISridlra, Ac,; Crockery and Tin Ware, uiv extra charge. ly on hand, and are prepared to execute orders at 10 twrirl.Double Reetiflnl Whltk V,' blessing next to the religion of Jeans Christ,oa
r.cJIEL. siilpsi'rr,.or MWJ'W'j111t Wood sad Hollow M are, of every description.A The horses which lire hired at fhts! stable, are
'- The steamer SEMINOLE, the shortest notice. These Gins have been in Fus* ,5 barrel FuadanJOU Maneafahrla, the present and coming generation Intemperance
eIyweS received, and whkh will W old fresh enppl v of fine Teas; warranted to be gentle and well broken" for the CpL POSTELI, will proceed for eight yean in Georgia and South Carolina, and 9 barred Boarbon VVbUkey, (or the use of Intoxicating drinks} though it baa -'
S. Domestic and other Dry Goods service which they are required for, S barrel weft M'J.r Wi e, _
Alit, ; to Weluka.on Wednesday have afforded.universal satisfaction. All orders shun thousands upon thousand,n not a greaterseoorze -
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Irrt Bd richest Ac. Ac.ftT" Conveyances for wishing to travel in the 9baml.TenerinV Miae
& rtment of FornKSa Hate Caps ,
*n sw> persons LJ---I .-. '-- 81st insL, and continue to will receive prompt attention. to the human race. Accept say thaaks an.
- Crr'nr%, h. Door M. KIEL will in due time have interior will be promptly furnished, on short no S baffeJ gocrrr Wine,,
Blinds, and O3ys on hand a make regular trips to that place every other Wednesday : WAY 4 TAYLOR. 1 barrel Alcohol. behalf of the sfflicted, and, believe ne,7o eo-
pi* ""wer offered m tliiiiofk4)c'jft pUcc.f1 fair addition cf Spring Stock. feblS tice. Hones with or without carriages mar be thereafter.uLtil further notice. :-, Sea Island Cotton Factors.lEagle .. 2barreI.CiderVliutl, worker te the good work yon are so actively engaged -

i 'f1! and PROVISIOXSlct iiv ioois.I hired by the week, at a reasonable discount from For freight of passn.ue anpl to '1 barrel White WunViMfw S., ; i in." J JOse _
Vi1ctfuUy the attention of aH who are of Almonds the above prices, by application at the stable, near B1S1/EE/ & CAXOVA 3 baskets Heidilek Cbaipsgi', copy {tecately>enveloped)will be forward -
W k". ch< lud in order to tare the extra per 5 boxes bag Candy; ; the Jadxen Term House Invariably Adnutce Jan. 23th,1855-tf. Agents.W : f onncliy.OX -1 'p. 1S bases Ckampafae Cid* .r, edfree of postage to any part of the United
00 Iron SeuluAle, -,
wronglit llonchs -
States for 25 cents, or six copies fcr fL Address
S*. hich we are at 1 case of Matches; y.: 2>.-Horses kept, on reasonable terms. CAST ST., BKTWXEX PKJLU.*15tH STS 9 casks toner, > -
viing pna.s paid COSDEX A COv Foblishen Box _
(post ) ce
m1'epoding! o the 1mes. 6 boxes Yeast Powders; Jacksonville, Jan. 2 1&5. Jy Measurerof Timber.. 5 boie*Lemoa fjraf, ,
S.' 10 do Herring; Francis Laud Richmond Va. .-4 boit* Port WlM,. 196, Philadelphia.1
A LEDWTTH. 4 boxes Scaaapp for *at* lam' fr cask
Canvasesr and Book
C bbls Rectified Vrbiicey; : Livery Stable.fT ILL perform the duties alTewurer of -- THEO HAaT.gD t".Booksefleis; jLgentsv
4) a1 the ttte a! r1uri. t do Old Rye do 1HE undersigned has now completed his arX Timber m the place of Mr. E. Whitne, ,TPUE Subscriber manufactures st.his Works Jik.o.W.OetobflIIO34 by w.. applied on the"most liberal terms. _

; j4 TLAvELER. 5n4 thae intrp.t4 n Then- 2 boxes Prime Mustard; rangemeaU for keeping open during the winter during the ibflity oftito 1itteron ..cconn of 111.hoaltbtoact1nthatcapanitv1 .., Stationary Steam Engines,of any required
; Steam'En
also his celebrated Portable
f Rii I cask London Porter. his : JJvery Stable power; andries. S3obqsIi.coree Hides Le thert &c. -
tti*. Rmd is Honda, can purApothecarv from 18 to 40 horse whkh hare riv -
Jut received and fat sale CASH OTLTFtb. gines, power, '-
cheap ,
Il "" HaIL at the former Ftand. on-Xewnan street, on the F. 14. Y tfOflhi5 services to the limE undersigned informs his friends thaI at*
S7. WM. BLA5CUABD.A en such universal satisfaction, together with his 3 b.c.fort Klcg Coffe -
5 above the Bonne. public ss a Timber iluasorer,, ,
'SI S 1.'S MCMILLAN, square DufiLogton improved Circular Saw Mills attached,for lumber .- 5b.gsOt4Q.eevsmeBiJavaCsO' .,' S .._ k stUl peyuig the highest cash prices for thefollowing.
.tnsbrosln gar Single horses at all times furnished for riding, BT-S34T sad 1 bait Ma --. -. Tie *?
These Mills constructed size
-I cutting. are -t _
l any
Grdu Seed*. FEW BOXES ef this favorite brand just re or singly or in pairs.attached to baggies end other capacitvrequired. ,. , *ttopheatt foru.Bco Snr; ? 'PrimeHidesHVlleperl lb.: 5.frime .
\ FtLL a.j vehicles. -! ,% *. NEW STORES S hogshead*New Orleans$ *'
* freb sippi c LDdrt1'I Oare.4 oeived and fur sale bv'feb. S Hill Machinery of allkinds famished, togetherwith .gar<' Deer Skins,. 23 le2Ie -
; ; ,j BLAXCHABD.e. To citizens wishing such accommodation,,or to Comer Pine Street.rpHESubscriber '10 barreksiwt'iCms4.8 (ar/. leather ia the l l tM "-
tf Irsrriittq4 (;flnlbi% and of 27. WIL cfForsytharul : .- Brass and Iron Castings generally,with',d** lOaneI'tase.5.sari -'" -' S rough; fl
ISM, at Apothecary Halt'T. strangers sojourning la Jacksonville during the bas opened a Store at the above and reasonable terms.--' 1 Beeswax o- fjOtolSjThe _
!ii.L patch upon 1 rue DetP.FigToSaceO ,- .
.fee will be at all tones to furnish
: Priratc winter happy fcerf
McMILLAK. BoardlugrpnE ptacm and1 p constantly on band The above Engines and Mills can he erected and I eiiejocteytnub-Tooaeee, S above free of utyauaSaajnn __
nndersigaed desires to intorm persons who such conveyances ss they may require jonvwys, fresh supplies of pot m operation in from to 10 dsvs. ',. ''. .,-. 3cesMetetsToeeo eeired dawafor ttaon ; ; 0
b v 1 S ,are in want of J.1eeunt Boarding Accommodations er transient rides. H. A, BLISS.Kov. 5- 5 : nor iL .PLfl.AItt.Proprietors e boxes Yellow Baa fcTohacee/ v BAUJI. ;

: 5,, .. in a private kouly, thai lie is prepared to t_ 8m. : of aH I kind-fromBaltimore,' at thi Lowest Cash .-. -' 90 boieiTlrpaUTotacc*, uir2i : cbatestcssc.! -' _
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.. Jtcoiv Pncesj .20 bases A4uBa*tta VawHSSv '
f' e-
:::;& -. .or.aanazs-.5- Zerma.S 5- : Lone.Star .Restaurant. S sod Jiarness-LIio-and- would noae1cioa respntfsflyaaiisI4sahar.-<>fBooU,8adUawtlec, -, .. JOP1LWHt ..ScIlAhLTo

- e.. U. ApplicanU are requested to call tat K flBderaignedwould inform the eitzens of of M WATEB Sr; Ntw. o***!; .. < is"- 4boze.GaspowderTsanrpiiZSj(
upon perse patronajrei .- < 4b01eakimsN. Faints Oils aayo"ll $
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attentian to'Oiesaleof
Bally, w M yreaideneeo the caro er af Ocean l'J. *Jacksonville and vicinity, that be has fitted S Jecl-6mo. vsiLJViniDJi'ALLrHiram Syicr and prompt pven SO bous No.A.Map.Ibairet HstTTta street -;
and Adam aU rts. JtAKCEL CKESPO. on the moms formerly occupied by the Republican -- tan articles of produce entrusted-hhf ore,' $ .lCzrs PileBeaplbezWomsutaublrase.,-' _

Crocerlis.clii Jaeksoaville. November xlS5i.Sashl .> tjffi< asa.UESTAtTUA.NTv inastyWwhkh be I S itb's FlourM and all orders promptly complied wiflt' ., SS ; oum'ciou.s, --

*oJ.B.IIOWeII,oa thinks will give general satisfaction.' It-will bo bis '. spe.1tf. ,f'*-*- -'- oxe.Tessi Powderp-. Xeepe ecasyst$1 asortoeaf. el**..
Lu the choicest of WINES. LIQUORS other extra brands in whole ma.i half -- itir -
Laiiit Doors Blindi and Furniture.r sun to farawB AKD
: & *- -
: :.; assutwii1y and SEOARS,.and nnexceptionable OYSTER and ; just received and for.wlebyv:, J03 ilffcSo u rt IEj 3.bozU8isgit'.Caiy5_ ,_ -
th w1 se1 bw r JAMES B. J>. HAJOLIM. or M ..WM.BLASCHAgD.. jlCKSOSYILLEFLA4 ? Ibairelst.hs.eudt'tLS Window Class.inn Se,8PI
: ,4 ,
short-to omplet
CA1IB .HUF'E1lS.t* pye $ Cotton Font.4 *
$ II baimis W.B.WbaJe Ot( Th peatae,Spirit G$1p,
& i&n tr555 IIuortaeMo- ( Ji4anacijjE, FZ A&s&ctiontohispatmos.f; : .*a : IflOBSBT'Alftf'COirKSELLOR' -ATx tivj; LardOll6boze.Iaecuaii4. -- Pinleres,Glub and Bzuaas.t

A Large supply of the above articles constant]; A couple of floe BILLIARD TABLES will soon CHOICEMess Pork. y4c SOLIC1TOK UT CUANcERY.s. .' *' varioos kinds* Jaa11

fur sale: at Charleston and Savannah prieei. be added ta his establishment. Baem ides. ii ** *> : :* AlSO kep Lnf Lartfe| y -*,'
: S deo 28-tf JOHN WHEELER.CIGARS S S IS semis Mew Pork, *-- *_ ; :: -
Lard *e.e.V 1 u tHik aao Baker
L .l'orale. S S Prime Leaf -S. > : &. B parks at Bass Ceorrti rtaer saM : James BL -
14 S 4 LIKELY yegie boy about U years of age, .-.12,000 Cigars, rariou brands, n Just received bf WM.lpORK40 BI.AUAU biIIukni tIl! and Qaii. gt4e' & tin bJe.-of5Ea.m* Hay.' FotfliSUt S 51l : ATTUt-tir AT tAW, -

$ .kL wmrra&Udsoead and healthy. Enquire at and bar sale, Umla;,for sale by f- Office in the Court Rouse, basement story, advase.M too,tot Cs.s, y TH4O. U.&ZTIIDI.Bnov23 .uiga1or Columbia Co Easi Florid
J. It. D. 11Asflj Ibis office. b1Z-Im deep HAXHAM- BAKHAiL nut door to Probate Office. feb33-ly ,


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master hearing ono 'of his Scholars AT LAW AND J-; J If .II De. NMtIIIIe ...
$ 1
SKETCH ,OP EDGAR A. POE. ;ATTORNEYS .1ft.Wadder,,. Fri... .
read, the boy, when he came to the Solicitor! in Chancery, ---- ia. :. s. BOSK'S jr-mrous unDB. >'nna \

It was a weary talc to ,tell Low word 'hon r,' pronounced it full; the ALLIOATOB AND NEWN ANSVJLLE'fUjv'nR ; ''OUtDQ C01I.Dtu.. .. -

often he repented and was forgiven ; master told him it should be pronounced attend promptly- aU business" entrwtedIf. .I/e/ I "hr beAiee ... ..'

how he passed from the editorship of without the H.: thus''onor.. !: .=... .. .
wiu SMITH; H. BBAOTOBD.; 0 .. .,... .,. ., Net ---JI..
one.. magazino to an other ; how he 'Very well Buy replied, the lad, : I Office at Alligator... Office at Kewnansrille. 11'-'- .

went from city to city and State to will remember this for the future.,, febS-lT _____ -- -- --J-i .j. s. BOSS'S mrspzpTicndraluatiu C018'Omr:

State an energetic aspiring sanguine 'Ay,' said the master.' always drop ,Copartnership Notice. !I _- =-.--. jki! __. i A... 4yipa )1hW.IIfu4..
undersigned bare entered into* Copart- gSstoswboa likes Is- ..
brilliant man-bearing the the H.! TIlE ibr the p'raetice of LswMCQUEEN FILLS.. 1 or ru.n,. rue. '.botb.i3c.t' 11II ; ,

course of irresolution-never constant The next morning the master's tea, 1IcmOSH, ,. TO the CMMM Of Ih0 SIMM* .:. .
hot muffin had been brought FRANCIS L WHEATOJT.Jacksonville. 1 S tl.,thank for the l taif I DB. J. B. BOSS'S COLDES PILLS A,'
but to the dangerous besetments with a .NOT.Uth.1854. DO 1stl.In manse 0. .b..tlacerely yon bestowed you Far l'alUec ofta --"hu1e. .

of.dissipation and how to his desk I but the ,duties of his -s-- Pills, pta.lld epportaaHy 'naUafikat ap.J \ rice SOeDB. mis,dIWfll',
pr08igancy .
; I..FLEMING! ecnon_ all .
vocation made him''' wait till it __ __ r Aancaa t11.that I eaumla .
friends. advised him and publishers was tQ tI"ml aaO tlASl for all that concerns A.a a d Aa J. S. BOSS'S I'DU BPJC:'
cold when addressing the same boy, FLA. most lively..pry"1 8.1 A remady lbs pUaM
remonstrated ora 1IIIIItnaIIq
; how at one time, he Zut117&h.JACKSONVILLE I Ppe I. rail e whiles Fries$1. ,, It''
had his he told him to take it to the fire and c.rlt.masses ef Uviat tauadlas
conquered propensity so as

to call himself in a letter to a friend, heat it.'Yes. .J. P. Sanderson, to dan"*.by taktnf,11 p.&..New wWefcT Tack.SoIdsi \. ... DR.'I.s. BOSS'S Asn-Biuora 01. 'im.

replied boy ROAD '
a model of temperance and virtue : W Maiden ." Strand. PILLS
taking it to the fire, ate it. Presently D CDthQZJ and how at another he forfeited high JacksoBTffle Jan.11,18 0. it .7 .- Or THE 1.0D. AI. L1VEE or dlMaaa IneUeM to ma,sas th.y its I.-
the master called for the muffin.'I for a bilious state of die ..
the occupation (editor) which was George W. Call, : THE: B UFFI.W.4 TO.V, HO USE The citizen ntthe COMPUIN.l disorder Without grlpJnt.they are anTo pors..r..
have ate it as bade me replied Ual.l.a
and the
the Solo dependence of his family by you A'O'O 'iI"5f' O Sl ; > nllbe Liver and Iab. &are free froat purifying. UVersUe5.
the boy. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 'h.IDGu.n maladiea bea e liCe
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frequent relapses into his former This well known HOUSE, situated on the corner of Newnan and Adams streets within few rods wear .it. Tb women a perbapa UM avwt _Dr.aTOIl" 111aN..wiii..iams.
' ; dissolute habits; how ho committed 'Eat it, you scoundrel! I bade you mrSl I of the Post Office, and near to the Steam Boat landings and most convenient to the Churches, has dome la the ,up to a certain period,"I.1.) a4 .IUiou'I1..a.e.. PrIc...,

tinder the excitement of intoxication take it to the fire and heat it.! lOSe McRobert Baker, I just received order.new The COAT.Table and baring will be been under renovated the snperintendance from top to bottom of an with experienced every convenience Housekeeper[ is,now andshall t.o,1, ay the,"bev-der' lo.eihelr of life.teeth Such and sad arils looks. -.

faults and excess that were unpardon- 'But sir,' answered the lad, yesterday JACKSONVILLE,FLA., in perfect not be surpassed by any other in this climate. The Proprietor has determined that his exertions be blood effectually pure and the remedied Lifer and by amour eootlanny I la a keaplac U. THI GMAT'BLOOD PtTainu

able' how he forfeited the of you told me always to drop the H. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ; to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him shall be without regard to trouble or. ) '10 wh.winrVnwtmooUilyand ,1,s. 'he kit ?"".** **HI,aad ao skis mee.
: esteem "1' to Dr.
seq SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. A LIVERY STABLE U attached to the House; with good Horses and Carriages. The Western. a I congenial clime,wbero aa aiatwd 1. 8. Roe Banaparllla CawaoaiHL n..'
the public even whilst his talents ]* QUIZZING A QUIZZEB.-A proCessional ALSOComniuioHtrof Stage leaves this House soon after the arrival the Savannah and Charleston boats. > 1 reifa. Aa II retard the preservation ,a.pA. ella no|preparatlonfbi of nil' er5ptio.;pnrUyto, die bluo4....,
commanded admiration how C 11u.p. tiaac. Oat.80, US4-6m S. BUFFDCQTOJf. Ir..De t. .II of If., maeb any bo.fleeted, IdI1ll like she .*.tttIIIIYI. tk _
; he succeeded gentleman of our acquaintancehas <*.AOantie and GulfSteW* sad I sad life can a* pro- aU.by'flv.Rnm. Price"cad .' .e..._

in bringing many literary hanging in his room a fine large tgy Office in the Court House, basement story, looted Hollo for ay*many Pllla years are beyqod 1.lr the ordinary Mood U.I.I All s/ the shove prepantioiM with I' 1k.....

next door to Probate Office._ feb28-ly JEWELRY SILYEE to the -ale*laid "tlf.. ad1n leal A.YlMr..noe. I..lek..1e. .111 .. .
speculations life, which his colored engraving of the head of a H. Baker WATCHES, WARE, recline which aeeompany lo bed.e &.4 bidet .

Ticious habits and inattention to busi- quadruped, vulgarly known as a jackass. James ATTOKXCT AT tAW, ANDFancyGoods. Case of weakness and .debility, o T. McanLLAN. Jacksonyflj1

ness murdered in their youth ; how Not long since a friend droppedin Columbia Co. East Florida.
Alligator, ten -
he became a confirmed inebriate,with and stopping before the picture, .., years'stnding. Sea Island Roller Cotton Gha.
only and then fitful hour it for few UCBAUI T. BIRCHMT. CHA8. T. OWIG.BIRCHETT CE& HOLLOWAY'PILL.Estet TnE ratacribw.RrtttrU for Ute liber.J1t.
now a or so gazed intently upon a moments & DOWNING, c-i: IF'JIL..8iLGG- a Ltr front C.p John Jol,A 'of which be baa been tk*reCiPiskI.
with which to throw off and then out abruptly New York, J. this
on paper sung ATTTORXEYS AT LAW AND AGENTS To Hoe d.le .5 18. Ute Planter* or SE.\
the. of mind rich with and he : JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLORIDA PrnlrNr fnLLw6T: LSLAjbcOTtO.V.thath. CODtiraaes to
vagaries a as imagined, very wittily : FOR CLAIMS, Sir-I I I. mO' heartfelt' pfeanre 1 bare to ]: improved lIIIIIafa.
learning and fancies Holloo doctor is that OULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country that be has Ilfo .that I b.been rowed to health Roller
imaginative street Cotton Gins
; your por-I Wo. 490, Seventh %V .gainopenedatSOMERS' NEW BRICK BUILDING, with large and well lelected tirnftb by taking Fill.. For the tart ten year. ,Doable and Siarlo,
how his young and beautiful wife trait ?' : WASHIWGTOJr CITY. stock IfWATCHES .sacVrcd from a derangementoftheLIera"Stomach, at the lowest rates,for UH durability lad aaabtfaf

died broken-hearted and how he became Oh the doctor I Will attention to the prosecution of JEWELRY SILVER WARE AND FANCY GOODS and WM reduced to inch an Ulmlllbl 1 cave up the Gins. Apply. at the Mlowini-
no, replied coolly, rive prompt .bip, never expectinf 1 la I had I.oal'f':
. so reduced in as no 4 that's a looking-glass.! Patents Claims for Bounty Land Extra Pay Back To which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the New York manu tried every remedy that .recommended to.,.e tm Ambler& noeg,Jacksonville Florida ,.
appearance simply PST, Pensions Ae,before'Congress and the severalDepartment facturers I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as regards style and price. that can- all to no purpose,and bad pires myieir npt i, "patr, S. B. Thompson A Co..Black Creek FTUT1fS.
longer to be able to make his appearance The anxious inquirer suddenly discovered All business entrusted to their.can not be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. when 1 'at Ian nne.Ad ..I.ke your tl". IlealI' Richard .t .
win be speedily and faithfully attended to. assortment be found Aftrr mini them for I"r month. "rail I. I Bcnet A Traadell .
his Among Palatka
among friends : how hiswife's that he had some business attention to my may am now I In better health than 1 for eleven
Messrs. B.A D., will give particular WATCHES.Butter Knives, Fruit do.; ,ru. pait. and Indeed at.well a. brl George L. Brown ewn.nni1l. is
I mother constant to his fallen down the street, and departed. the prosecution of claims for losses incurred by Knapkin Rings, Children's Setts,Ac. Ae.- life. You are quite at liberty to eer tbi*"known in my for T.D. Dexter, Mineral Springs -
.. Fine Gold Patent Levers
..rortunes, and anxious to conceal his depredations Indians during the Seminole Warin ". (fulijewsilid" ;) Constantly on hand and made to order from the benefit of oihen. P. JlamfuH., Centrevillage.: jeorzia.
Why are your nose and chin alwaysat Florida. No provision has, as yet, been made .. .. Detached pure coin, and warranted. I remain,tlr.yonrt re'nvetfnllv. S.HcCall, -
vices, went with his manuscript from variance? Because words for the payment of these claims, but it is believed Lupines; (Clpt JOUJOHNSOY.. liessent Collim, Trader Hal,
, office to office, and from publisher to con- that if strong and continuous efforts be made Con- Silver" Patent Levers" ; CUTLERY: Tbe. the Pille following are wonderfully" el.doU la James I. King 4 Co, H Georria..

stantly pass between them. gross will afford relief. Detached From the eet.brated.mnnfdetory of George Wostcnholm Arie eowpl.lnt Ilardee A uo.,Savannah M
f 1 publisher, in search of means to support Why are railway companies like They also give particular attention to Claims for U Lapines;- A Son, consisting of Pocket Knives, ,. f Prop. ", JanurffceBIIHHII amniatlim"Asthma way & King, Savannah s
him how Back Pay, Rations,Ao,in prosecution of which, (With and without hnntin rates.) J. Ti.
II. ,
for '
; a little while, he sors, Shears, Razors, Ac.FANCY compile Krytipelaa' Livi-r eomplalataBMrhei .n Bethel is
laundresses? Because they have as also in rejected and mifponded Pension and AH from good makers, and will b*warrantedgood oa Female IreI.umb Tlaon A Richard. WaTnesviHe.Georgia.

shook off the lethargy of intoxication ironed all England, and sometimes Bounty Land Claims they have been very suc time keepers. GOODS. rnolici Skin a'arUe.' e.mp.la., Hevward & Dawaon Charleston. South rarofiu.

,and appeared in the pay, aristocratic do little mangling. ..1I.ruL1IJlrERF.NCE JEWELRY. Such as Corals, Port Monaies,'Accordions Per.Conli.tin Pile, khrnmatitm, Conniption Fever of the The subscriber keeps oa hand at kw uke?
citizens fumery, Lubins'.and other extracts; Fancy Soaps, Gout KrtrniiooofUi Bowel' Boxes and L'rrshci. lie, also, repair GuaTu
wealthy of iew York -
] Why is Sebastopol like a dose of Hon.J.Morton,U. S. Scnathr.I' Gold Guard, Fob and Vest Chains Papier Macbe. Jewel Cases, Rosewood ,\urk Box Coninmption Unne le.dal. lowest ntes.Persons

City; how ho was caressed and admired Castor oil? Because it is hard to S. R. Mallorr Maxwell U. S. Senator. Chatelains,Lockets, Bracelets Pencil; en, Portable Writing Desks; Reticules! Fans, Scrofula,or Debility, .ndlJe in wnnt of Gins will p'eaw dret their
feted and congratulated by "" A. E. 11. of BepresenUtivci. Crosses, Keys, Seals! Diamond Rings, Regard do.; Combs, Brushes, Thermometers; Children's Toys, King'*Evil Hor Throat Btonr and Gravelt'lcere orders to the tubscriber, at't. Ia"'.Ueonria.ir
Florida. Vrn'l affection
E. C. Cxbell, Tea Bells. orll of all kiudi, to his Amenta. THOMAS
the beauty fashion and elite how take.Why Ex-GoT. T. Brown, Tallahassee.Hon. Gold Thimble,Sleeve and Collar Buttons; Secondary, Tie Douloureux Tumour.symptom. YAVCS.
with various articles too Jacksonville,August 24.IV4.Jewelry .
; Together numerous
was Noah a bad mouser ? .J.J. ,Judge West'n Ct.Mariannala.a Studs, Cuff Finn, Brooches, Ear Ring; Weakness,from "baneuulelc
the efforts of his magic pen and towering Gold Spectacles, Eve Glasses, Plain aud Set Rings; mentIOn.Children' .
Because he and W.A.Forward, Judge East'n Ct., Palatka MDCCTIOX PUCKS.nOLLOWAYti .
was forty days forty '
4 Scarf .. N.B. Clocks Watches and OJ
were Loops Pins Jewelry !
genius rival Florida. dec 7-U. Jewelrj
sought by publishers PILLS AND OINTMENT. I
nights before he found ary rat. SILVER WARE. fully repaired and warranted, at the
: how lie was engaged to be Ararat. F. C. BAEtilETT, shortest notice. These famous Medicines will in future b sold
married ( ) CompnslI\irDlUlUjrnnd Dessert Forks; throughout the States at the following
the second ; At
time to an SAN NOTARY PUBLIC, r'ER'IS Savannah.
accomplished -
Tea .lliJ..e.I
Dessert and
Table Spoons; Small Pot or Box, !!cents, iustedt ur 3. (.
EYE TO BUSINESS.-The following C.mmissioner for taking Acknowledgment Suit and Mustard do. 2-f -
wealthy and beautiful Sugar Scoops' ; ? oY' Medium do. do 62f 57!.. .m in

young lady ; and how the engagement is a verbatim copy of the And other Instruments of Witting Deeds, to be used in Large do. do. f 1 50. 'oTte-l benntiful cousnIan4regiarept varieties of Jennlst'Djt
cc: 1lJGS aD.LU..Jir& Professor Holow y'a Manufactories are at 80 : in of Diamond iir-
was finally broken off proclamation which a deputy the States of part Rings, Pins
Maiden lAne
through Reed's New York !< ,l.ndon Crane*, and Studs fine enamelled Medallions
Has Removed to Building, Ocean Street rings ;
Colusa ,
his Sheriff of Cal. closed NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.
to ,
pernicious habits. It I Sleeve Buttons har-nngs and>abs .
was a melancholy a district court awhile since : Jacksonville Florida. oct4-tf Philadelphia -EsJL Buttons and Studs imported Carbuncle doda;
weary, be has received and keeps constantly on hand, e assortment twenty yvaraa** hy I r. KI.VKELIN. .
I just large of "blthr fine 13 k't gold Mountings',Charms.I
I I I I f / The EDMUND WIIfTNEY, aid Union.treeu,between
The Dyes
versatile Oyes Dyes eomtotTblr Spruce and
unhappy scenes of Commissioned and ] qualified as Pa. have the best assortment of good articles new
legally Watches Clocks l
Edgar A. Poe's life.was soon to close honorable the 9th district Court in Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for Jewelry Pin 'bilaelpbi. INVALIDS on band ever shown to customers. Rich pearl BOX
Are apprised that Dr. KINKF.t.IN cOnfines blcprae- and glass Brooches of the very fin*t kind for fiun-
and for the Dnval
of Colusa is County,
snapped rudely asunder by his own county now be found, when his services are desired, on Fancy Goods, Toys, fee. lice to a particular branch of Medicine which rafay fly hairwork or DagiwrreotypeB,having ht our ty
t hand I He had partly recovered from adjourned until the next regular May inquiry at the Republican office. selected by himself which will be sold Terr cheap hr CASU I consisting in part of Gold and Silver bi.undivided the, abuse attention. He eaniioo!the unfortunateafiinit the best artists, in both branches of the United
Watches of Eight Dar and Thirty Hour Brass Clocks, Fine Gold of 0 menar. ThD.ands are annuallymercurtahzed State Lava Ear-rings of the must uquW -
his dangerous term-the races will commence over jnnelO 6m every variety Jewelry en"nrieh' Recent affection
course,and was engaged Jet and Gold Stone Mowic }Pins and Ear Drops, Cameo and Lara Pins Diamond'Pin. and piouiutly exlinf ui'I.hed. lf. are manship, different patterns and nize I have sets
in delivering lectures in different the Colusa course on the 19th-and That new and splcmlld Hotel Rings Fine Guld Ear Rings and Drops in great variety, Fine Chased and Pl-in Gold Rings, Fine TWENTY, YEARS OF PRACTICEIn in morocco eases of Ear-ring.Brooch and Bracelet

towns. They were any gentleman in the crowd who THE HILLS HOUSE, Stone Set & Scale Gold Rings, in great variety, Gold Pcn"i Pencils Tooth Picks Keys, Seals A Crosses, the tretf menl ota clai: of di.eiue.hiibenoneflerted ; Ear-rings and Brooch and single Eroycbel
numerously at- Thimbles, Gold Fob, Vest eu"b.t Chataline ported of finest quality of gold and miicBe ,
Etetntly erected tn.the Corner Meeting and Queen Gold &Silver Sleeve Buttons Studs nr Chains. and imprellnnderun has enabled Dr. KIN
tended ; and it; was something like flatters himself that he has an animal KlretU, KELIV ( ielrpr.ervanso terns. Mr assortment of Ear-ringA anj Brooebt

renewed confidence that the ardent that can beat my horse for a single ctI Dl tp n fiO 3 Q tn. 5:1Q .. Gold Lockets & Charms, Every? Variety.Pure local provelhatnine and contiluiinnaIweakneimenulandphyiKrai'lentniof iheeueaofnervnaadebility,. is brought larger out.than asual,having hail aU new patterns;

friends of the distinguished lecturer dash of a mile, may then and thereon Andfvrn'uJted in a ttyl not exceeded Jut of thtCilyof Silver Dinner A Tea Forks; Table 4 Tea Spoons; Dessert Spoons; Preserve Spoons; Sugar .ufsering.are traceable' 10 certain haMt>,I.rmine the Gold and silver Watches for ladies and gentle.
Sew York; continue open for lie recep Salt! & Mustard Spoons; Soup Ladles; Pie Knives, Butter Knires, Pickle Knives & Forks, }rniiKninfl mo "ecret yet drall.nd lala ipring of domeiuemuery men. I have the best stock and greatest variety
4.watched his conduct, which was now the day aforesaid by trotting out tion ofj>oardrr,Gild the TrarflJinq PiMif. Fine Steel Table Knives. and mnalt ever before exhibited(Crystal Palace.not exented.)

distinguished by extreme the aforesaid animal have an opportunity T. S. NICKERSON, Silver Plated Tea Sets (Jhstors it Gike Baskets. Silver. Plated Forks Spoons Batter Knives. TAKE PARTICULAR NfrTICE. I can with confidence invite orders from Florida
sobriety.- .S-f _Proprietor Curd Baskets. Candlesticks, &c. Britannia Ware Tea Sets and IJastora. There I Is an evil habit aometime indulged/ In by and elsewhere, as I feel assured slock Bust
:He even to have to win all and singular the boy.In.olitiide, often growinf op with them pjashood my
appeared renewed
JOSEPHDealer VIJ.lLDEN, NEW SHEET BOOKS &c. ,and which.lnoi reformed in duetime,not only please all. Orders can be sent by mail and packages
his igor and youth and it was with several scads now in my pocket? in Paints Oils and Glass Good Stock of Fine STATIOSMT; Visiting Cards; Papier Macbe and Rosewood Work Boxes; Papier been iciioniobitacle* to matrimonlalhapptneM.but or articles returned in perfect safety through
pleasure and delight that his friends street, Macbe and Leather Port Folios; Rosewood and Mahogany Writing Desks; Hair, Cloth, trumb. Teeth give. .tn n aerie.f protracted,lnsldiou.s.4 de- an officer of one of the steamboats.
No"l1lIarnc ..
Few of tbora }. oEirm
DOUGLAS JEBROLD'S WIT.-A Lon- and Nail Brushes. ..lt..reuo. who five way to o. ,
1 and acquaintances received him into CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, Parian Marble A Terra Cotta Flower Vases, new styles; Violins Guitars, Flutes Flageolets,Banjos, thi are aware IbeeoaieqiteBce, Successor to the late M.Eastman
: their society and home again. At don correspondent writes : Keeps constantly for aale a general assortment of Flutinas & Accorduons; Violin & Guitar Strings best quality. .until they find the nervoej *,aD.,and abatteiert va
the brilliant Is Mr. Heraud known to you ? He Paints and Oils of all kinds, Varnishes CUTLERY.Rodgers' the mind. To tl7f CM Settlor* of Florida.

parties given at the is the author of "The Desent into Window Glass,ann Sasnes,Spirits ofTur- .Scissors A Shears best quality; Pocket Knives & Razors in great varietv. Thennfnrtnnatethn arfeet>dbeeomefeeMennaMo
houses of his Gas Cotton Foot-Gin Pruning to labor with accustomed vigor,or to apply hi*mind to JULIUS E. MEIERE, late of
veutine,Spirit .1
I generous acquaintancesat Knives and Shears. Porte Monnaies, Card Cases, Cbmbs, Perfumery, Soaps Hair Oils aDd Washes .
Hell"apropos of which he was annoying Fixtures, Glue and Brushes .tad, lit Mep I I. tardy: and weak.be i I. dnll.irreto- General Lied:-nWand Pearion I>nVe,ir
. of other Goods such I IX found in
which he and. great variety as are usually a of the kindVfarrantel. .
| in his with leaa .
was the lion of the Douglas Jerrold with impor- various kinds. Janll-y B.-II. Gaett and Jewelry Rfptiired_ and janll-tt uteandenafea niual. port eneigy than inn,D.c.Arm.*ill.attend krnpniwu promptly Arts/ to ar all 18-tJ.elawH.I.-***Pu-**

t evening-Mr. Poe met with a refined tunate questions at an unwelcometime. .. E20LJT1ES, If he Imaclp.t bim.lblor the practice uisdone MHM Florida who were arttlrra..dt, the.., ACT*!<,"
i i and 'lovely woman, whom he had General Commission Merchant, lit"o..nd, e."r 'hlon his marriage I I. having compllfd with the 1I'qIri1l'| ..ia ainni,kail
Among others he queried a sense tell bimthatlbisia canted by PATENT'of them bwfeeaa bare MaohtainM
: received
i formerly known. Their 100 WALL ST., New YORK:, i bin early follie. not
1 friendship "By the by, Mr. Jerrold, did you WILL pay particular attention to sales of Yellow Tbrseare consideration which .boD.wakD the ebim railemlrd pr w tofcy rted the fPnwinM I..nIIft;R"UU11
: was renewed an attachment Pine Lumber Live Oak and other Southern attention of those. Abo
was reciprocal read Descent into Hell 1- .i.il.r.lt"d.M.HBIAGE: Snip, fiack-Pay,& -,.the mW i/I.
.t ever my Timber and Produce and to orders fur purchasing .
T and ; IiruuivCvi.Iins.L.wIs
they, were engaged to "No, sir replied the infuriated Merchandise. Janll-y WHOLESALE & RETAIL1AT require the fnlfilment of several eoniiiiinn In order ..Doited mates tIna..
be that II be really the M
married. may cause mutual 4I 4
4 Everything Seemed topromise .4 Jarox foopee.
dramatist, "but I should like to see WAY TAYLOR Could the veil which cover the onxin b.ppn- 11am.J-a Wll on,C..GH.1'IIl laid( I
well ; the dawn of the better wr.theoeS he raised i ,and it*true anaree in everyin-- Add_ paid. lU1.1l114 JI&UU: ,
1 pnt'
it" STORE.7 .Iaee ., la bow maay could it be traced to Wul ... .
j .Jt; oay appeared, and tho istful re "Douglas, dear," said his wife appealing AT'OIIS& &.llMMISS1O& UH&HANT& --- physical di.qunilncstrnn.| sod thPlrltpndant disappointments -OrtMer
1 1 formation so long Apply,.h.l,whileltlsyettime.UrtfUerto
., coming,seemed to to him,in a small, feminine Corner of Day and Drayton Streets, CJit-I.A .:]il&K..JiEJ m"CIJ ce bar your unstrung and relaxed orgaoizaUca rebraeedrvivifiedand British Periodicals. I
come at last 1 But
I was not to be. slr.laed.
1 On dispute, "do you think I am generally SAVANNAH, GA. -- REMKMRKR, Early Copies Seewred. .
a gunny afternoon in October, bad tempered?" SEA ISLAXDCOTTOX----- GINS. CANDIES CANDIES He who plaeehimelf under Dr.Kiakelin'rlmnnent LEONARD SCOTT CO. New York eontaar

1849, he started to fulfill a literary fTTIE Undersigned being Son Agents for BchafJL SSORTED CANDlES 25 religiously confide, in hi. honor a. a geutlemas, to republish the following British Periodical TO.
"No, my dear, said he, "I think by pounds, 15c per pound. and rely upon the assurance tbattheseeretaofDr.K.'* 1.
engagement and for his mar- fer's Sea Island Gins have a supply constantly A u u" 250 patient"m.ne, be disclosed. Consarntn).
prepare you are particularly on hand, and are prepared to execute orders at 13c" Young man-let no lalae modesty deter yoo fro* THE LONDON QUARTERLY (
: Tiage:. Ho arrived at Baltimore, f. the shortest notice. These Gins have been in use SUGAR PLUMS, assorted, by 25 20c makiaiyonreaaekaown to one who,from education I t.
where he gave his to A GOOD PUN.-One of the wittiest for eight years in Georgia and South Carolina, and DROPS and respectability certainly befriend JO'Ii i THE EDINGBURO REVIEW Whig))
luggage FRUIT "
a 25
por- have afforded universal satisfaction. All orders 20c Ton many think they aril I conceal' the secret in their a.
ter, with instructions Oto carry it to bijont: in the way of punning was per- will receive prompt attention. 'MOTTOES, 25 u 20c own heart. and care&._ ... Alan, bow often latblsafataldeluionaad THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW(Frts Chmci)

the railroad depot In an hour he petrated a few nights ago, by a gen WAY TAYLOR LEMON SYRUP 5 gallons & upwards $1 00 gallon. .who might have been how aa many ornament a penmisingynangman society, .REVIEW(Liberal)
dee 7-Smo Sea Island Cotton Factors. per THE
would tleman of Portsmouth at the Ladies' has faded from till earth: .
set out for "
"u "
But 5.
Philadelphia. RASPBERRY SYRUP 5 u
JOSEPH $1 50" Strictures the oretba are rapidly removed by the )
,. -/ be would just take a glass before he Fair. GltlCE RICE'S WILD CHERRY COUGH CANDY.No application of a new lkecapu-nllesIagu.ats.ed only, by BLACKWOOD'S EDINBGH MAGAZISEtTorjV(
General Commission merchant, Dr.K. Weak.ad ConatitnUonal WI;promptly The present critical state of European.saw.
-I It' started-for refreshment sake-that's A lady wished a scat. A portly I .8S'W.A.TUST., NEW YORK. charge for boxing or delivery to Railroads or Steamboats. cured.and full VIIM Teslored.COIJNTRY will render these publications nn sn*lly .&
all. Oh. fatal hour handsome gentleman brought one in- STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale of : INVALIDS the fOrth Tb.y ri1 II'
4 I In big during
& gorge- aU articles of produce entrusted to his care, T. 0. RICE, Tan have (by stating tbeir ease explicitly,tot fiber middle ground tweS'tte aa nry writ
I! drinking saloon ho of stanter and seated the lady. and all orders with. with all tb.I rsyaptoms, per '.ItHeac...*n remittance ropy
met some promptly complied sad*
Cor. Broughton .and Whitaker sts., )Dr.K.'...d ",."."accordingly. news-items crude speculations, !mtl'4of
II bis old acquaintances and associates, "Oh I you're jewel!1" said she. ap29-tf! Dec. 14 154. ly SAVANNAH GA. Forwarded to aay part of the United State*,aadpacked the daily, Journal and the pondernns.TWJf

11 who invited him to join them in a "Oh, no !I" replied he, "I am a jew- -measurer of Timber. _- ,-,- READ eeeartfrom!I-Youth DAMAGE and or CnRlUdlTY.Manhood est the and future extitenwH historian of written the great after political the living.eventall

I social glass. In a moment all his eller. I have just set jewel. Francis Laud, I Wfnd W-Shac1 ; and : the time shall have passed away. It is'&bell
I.. WILL perform the duties of is Measurer of Eagle, A VIGOROUS LIFE OR A PBEMATUHE Periodicals that readers moat Lick "r tba ee1r

: good resolutions-home,duty, honor In the early part of the eighteenth in the place of Mr. E. Whitney, Upholstering and DEATH.KINKELINONBELr really inteUiblo and rehaWe history of-cm"

; and intended bride were forgotten during the in.bUityofthe latter, on account of ill- O* CART 8?., Warehouse, events and as' such, in addition to t
; century, a farmer was condemned to health to act in that capacitr. and Retail 179 and It I I. work PRE9ERVATIW-only established literary scteobfic and theo1Og0
King a ami ncntly required aa a amaaiof rot "
4 t ere the night had mantled the earth suffer the extreme penalty of the F. L. very respectfully offers his services to the ; of forming the vice of the age in w.reb wa UfaAlio., character,we urge them upon the cousiJerWtheresdintPub

4 t with ,her dark ho was in a public as a Timber l1euurer.ny23i. Subscriber King & Berrisford-st., NATURE'S GUIDE, Jir :
canopy _
law for His wife called
cow stealing.
THE ITS uv permanently
Charleston S. 0. With Bales for the Prolongation of 4trran&etneuila
Steam ,
state of intoxication. the BriIi
beastly life Swirs from
I to see him a few days previous to his HEW STORE: power: also, his & it rteeirina a large auort ewiS of lit Life,just from the Press for the reeeipC or which KAW.T are ensUed to place itS-
sanity ensued ; ho was taken to .Vei execution take last farewell 1t. from 18 to'4Q" : 50,000 roO,of PAPEJtHAXOVfO Uneb WI *"*
to a ; A letter with of subscribers a
Corner and Pine Street. p a remittance of S3 cent,or tbo rain*I* RsWSTS in the bands
i hospital, and the next morning he of Forsyth en such universal /VUXDO W WSXADES 100 Mat***, pontstamp ,addreedto -DltV KINKKLINsPhiladetbhia ova can be furnished with the fiIrI
when she asked him- THE Subscriber has opened a Store at the above improved Circular Saw Alto Pillow, UrI, Lace Pa., willtecnre copy of either of mo above M soon as they this a very larys oat
died a miserable, raving maniac.Poorlnnfortunatemisguided .- 1 My dear, would you like the chil-- place and will keep constantly on hand cutting. These Mill I Curfoiiu, Damajitt, Satin d* Lain, book by return of mail:or twelve copies will **seal UyoTonr AlthOugh we shall invokes continue to furnish the
creature! fresh supplies of capacity required.Mill Und.. Fir Screen, I'tnetian .MUndt tree ofpostage for 1*. Booksener,Caa va re.Travelling part low newtow' ,
dren to see you executed ? dltOCZRlES AND. PROVISIONS Machinery of all lindt Upkohttriny, and At burinut at Ageau,ke.(applied wholesale atlhe pobllaber' Periodicals at the same as Per.J

He was thirty-five years old when 'No,' lie replied what must they of all kind, from Baltimore at the Lowest Cash with Brass and Iron *!to in all ito branthe price*,which admit. of a large profit. of Use four Reriews fS IS
Letter bo
this last scene of hu life's tragedy Prices. Also, a fine selection of Boots Saddles patch and upon rea ; & paid for }florida MOM. All matt poal.JIaiaI-MCMILLAN For any one two of the four Reviews I H.
for l''That's T. For
come and Harness and would respectfully solicit a share. The above Engines I.W.KINS3Lt.N&CO. any Reviews f 01
of Use four
'ensued. just like you,'said the wife, patronage. put in operation in from je23y Apothecary Hall. For For all any Cmr three of the Reviews Itt

Kind readers, this is no fancy wanted the children to c7-6mo... If. F. UUDNALL.S ._ EOT 18 ForBlackwood'sMRaZine It*
sketch of fiction. No you Undries. .- Circular. Fur Blackwood and three Reviews. I0
or drapery d Remedy
havq 10' at.
any enjoyment.. 30 bat Rio Coffee, :1. ME : Undersigned begs leave to inform For Blackwood and the four Reviews
single circumstance hero relatednor x"'
S bags Porto Rico Coffee, Planters, and Dealers For Each Disease. rllJ7lfMtl I N'".u tcMO ia .
Sentimental 'RT. Fator gene-
lady-Tray S Old Government Ceffke. OR "'
young bags if
a solitary event hero recorded, I baIl MCk'ba Coffee he .ti paying the highest market q eerreai M C Sht4,1. SVSJceifat will

but happened to Edgar Allen Poo1 Mr. Charley, how's the wind ? I bopheadi) Porto RieoPufar, U1SltQ for,rlx par. .
Embarrassed I bofibaads New Orleans sugar, A T the request of,many of my pa- Clnbbla.T.A '
man-'Pretty the
the Editor Critic and Post-one of young' 10 barrels tftnarl'a Urusbed Bdfar, STEAM ater'in' 'Rulh.; lienu.1 bavo eoweBUdiepniap acbuiof, i 'discount of twenty-Arc per ceaL f'roDI! t1It;
tho most popular and brilliant writersof well, I thank you. 10 barrels Coffee$nsr, .ft'T : m- MOM efflcieni preaerlpUonln the form of FAMILY ; abovepriceswiflbeaflowedbaaube orderiD 4 '

'S. I reel PelI.FI"obllccO. MEDICINES.each on*suited ton parliealardfaeaae, ju or mMl coplel"
Amenca< I ease Jockey Ciab Tobacco, Aid Goon, Opossom, Fox, majMtfactarer* of the maay nootram* meet frees L. SCOTT CO.
'Dick I why don't turn tho J and sot like tbo of the abo".1rOI'ka. Thill-!
you 8 cases Merera Tobacco, sad .r the daypromulirata M the world that any one or more Wl
: panacean
buffalo robe t'other side out 1 hair I boxes Yellow Bank Tobacco, ad Sk aD MNBpoad lllcar* alldieaaeaad. who (Isbe copies of Blackwood or of on. RITI'oIlJ11W,
. )
The man who,tried,to sweeten his SO bnses Virginia Tobacco, Machinery fbrSawGriat WOOL Ao word. 0'the great Italian phyiielan Bpallansani) seal to ODe address fir$9; toor oop $
is the warmest/ lit boxes Adamantine Caadlei ing Mills, 01 for,any a 4 consumer and exporter the "put Bjedtelneeof which they know UtIle ate bodii Reviews and Blackwood for$30 d..1
? tea with one of his wife's smiles, has ,Id boxes Sperm Candles, Iron and Brass of all his facilities therein art ofwhlchlheykaowl. I.**." postare.1o
Tom out. Do .
Bah you get you 4 botesGanpowdarTeatsarprlsf( ,) work oit offer inducements J.8.R03EM.D.Pb adelpb4
fallen back on sugar .. doing are equal t In an the cities and town'u.- .
t .. suppose -the animal himself didn't JbozetOolonfrea, United States being' urn of raomrcB consign I SronpH' 'us O1AG &-
b eD"
to loIn No. CHOLERA BOWEb will be
tloep .r\
: remark / pulleys op to,15 feet$ .established a trade of .tu, .COMPLAINTS' "the posts to*i7
I. : This is a very striking of know how to wear' 'his-own hide. ? .I lOboses Pale Soap to 80_inch diameter,and ,in with.an extensive Jtc.DB. ?. Vhaa sent by m baU.-I7 -.At'.
I boa WoreetMUrs Banes, C wilt be
.: Do Quincey,'in one of his essays : follow his style.! boxes Yeast powders, desired length. : cnn Rough kept tn ou & : J. 8. BOSE'8 C.uwmATIVEBAL8.U(. of the United kr UBiackwcod,5 tltalea sed but. IbartI. !' '.
I., 18 boxes Assorted Pickles, a lucrative'result than giving the This Mixture to on* of the moat Imnortaat medlclaeaaadsboaldbaieMlaallfiuDllie a year '. .
as respects I. rnechotth.R.riews.
empire '"
"Russia, a mighty A gentleman 'met. a girl' 4]0 boxes Kuan's Candy, Hiram t and f the mode *. As a"*pecJflc"lb.Cholera mmunicatiouIIW"u '
: tho li iuiplegrandeur l of magnitude young I barn"Linseed OilIbitrel.W.LWkaIsOU other extra i zke $there aad all Bowel Complalati.ttaa aevtr failed Remittances sod Pabl. .
I1ao _
whose parents lived his house 1 AND o Oyaeatary vaaiibe In I few' 111. Ibis aitUla U be.poat.paicl to
near' ; ,.. i Juat obstruction to the augmentation SCOTT \\00 '
builds her sterility. ,. i .. ...'' p 1'fABD
laid Price$3
power upon I barret Lard Oil, .v 80' Southern and Western a* TtoLa -
'What are you doing, Jenny? 8 fd he. CboxeaMaccarofll., with u .- MOo1d4tree New

I She has it in into her power vutrirda to n sodnco of starvaradii an- 'Looking for a on.b .law for 'my. .:SO! kegs barrels Leaf Mesa Lard Pork, _, CHOICE; Men HAMS Pork He,b d by Btnc of attention the Urge DR;.J,, 8.[BOSS'S EXPECTORANT,. OB S.B.-L.: toe s.saleths4* .*..E?:&g/tih" >r;:

invading mother,fir' was the"smart reply.; SS sacks of Bast Georgia Floor, .BeewStde tacreasaig trade pouring into this I CROUP.STBUP, haw Bo now 8ae of Ediagbilrgb,J sad J JH 1lIe-.
ton of'Which ..the measure. a U" 100 bales of Easter Hay.: For sale at a small l'rim.lAaI the assurance that produce Ce. Ia em fallinf remedy ror "I'coW.I by ry of Tale college New ,
advance!! oa eoat, for CUll,by. THKO.AETKIDOC < < '" the highest precedi.' ,. tries bOe.un4l. PmnL Norton. iaI.Dr
I thousand leagues? { "UNaALLANT.- Tho .last 'ki tcker; .111.h..rYed.1t1 r the notice of all in disease plfle m'SToILo: 1'0-.1'' _to."eo
: : 8asbDoors-Bllnds and. Fnrnltitre. OiiK-'O t rfrbl >,IJ-1z' ,:. steel l and iXJ,wt-od .eagva1l5P
bockcr h lhc. ol1owing Tipon'a'poo .. 'p IIT.I., homa pdcd. '
: & the
: l
: In becoming Iho Itoa(of a'party; JAMES B/D'/HANNAH:; 'M Ii : utllol t wm JB* J, S.- nos'erATN'CURERYlll m m1l&ilJl binding.-$*' ".Hd J iI'
tees with red hair.. of. 1 .,\ flllIl atiff necb,5oNtbtOltitIlI thIde .vI, 1.This wrb is pOT 158 J :_.a''IJ''F
JS&W Jime.&w-Stv4 JscitOM/iiU,fid.- -Jj.ooi) I neetfi4yj} JOBN P.BAUK, ,ckri UtIz ,
does uecessarilj aake beast CIGARS ,buck,or fimka.trea a eold It urea apruaa CtUJP f
a; man ." ''U (ortu .te woman, how sad is your lot- 4 Lug JoppjT pf the aboT articles constantly &tI4. .M., '.le Lie and Shoo Findiors House Ilaiu.ct.mpeor pain la. .the.ws ...L bo.'l..Jroco I' ', 14Wll, J. ., '

: of himself? Tour ringlets< are ltd.nad. _'jrouryoemiirtntt." ,4 for &!e !r A,J3""cnAhj.prlcea. .H- ZI I &,X ireeOaarlctt*. WI.I s.sad Ls.J >1'Wr4dv. _

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