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: June 5, 1856
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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System ID: UF00079922:00330
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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w the presence of the stranger. A cord hitherto 11:1.1'' air touched her pale cheek, there'Sprang' op again A THRILLING INDIAN TRAGEDY. He obeyed her, aa d she moon ted,hJs bone aW -' t- 'w'"'\

toothed now thrilled in strange melody, and ba her soul a desire to .life, if bat to retells the The dashed oa !n 'a serpentine. course through .iII JSfVi v' '>
fallowing graphic description of the deathof .
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song the bran Fontmelle chief of the Omahas ia Icarus marks along the boahes by wUA" } .1< ,t .!
gUfGRY MOTHER.r Earnest May: was not a declared lun,.. Be was One day Earnest bore Annie into the gardea ar- Abe could. be traced, If"t. 1
the single-handed conflict with band of Bios ,..,. .r"'J.4 .
erer calm and dignified ia his affection for Annw. bor. Annie.. still wfak, and ti X.4 ss Isom the_ I "arttteraeeou..''ot1owt JajIlAiJ. .:-. w V*':
mother i we- : ram Ne Missouri Democrat:! 11 ia the "!. t' : .,. '
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He may bare fared the beautiful child bat bow effect of bar long iifnewu Shy seeae&as&sgi e gone somediatanoe down the ': M tto
wawa O joy.1tber i more interesting oa account of.It baring"ooenrrtd: ;.r-
b. mother well oo one could tell; pertwps be thought of her u an infant in the arms of the strong man.. How the water add foSowed .. < ":..r'.J.I.j -:
mother 1 only as a gifted child of song and so lingered in slight a breath. might nip the beautiful flower; very recently : 1 a few steps, making br horse'toacb Jt*>'. 1! 'f' : .r ,
t with thy boy her presence chained by sympathy of mind over and yet a strong will was beating in her bosom, !I Logan Fontsnelle, Chief of the Omihas- his leaving footprints in that direction; -.rt 1!< .

i since we have traversed, mind. and a bran hart was ia that frail tenement, that jest been slain and scalped at Loupe Fork,by a ned op the stream'and rod abort t&s -', :s,. .

!arEti9'te stormy sea Annie did net ask herself if Earnest loved her. was buoying ber by on the ware of destiny, and band of Sioux. Logan was a noble fellow and In which. she entered it without leis a tntec M.* r "r y.

broken hearted. She only felt his kindness, and was blessed in her and would surely' bear her safsly to some protecting : this last mortal conflict be dispatched several of back to where. Logan anal concealed. 8ss\\ .toll* r
ypd ja think of the* : the enemy .to the spirit land before to herald the
own absorbing passion. harbor. bim to mount and speed away, while his tw'tk .
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'!I< uiotba, mother One Summer day Annie was surprised by the Earnest drew from hit bosom a tablet! upon ; coming of his own soot. He fought long, desperately were going ia a contrary direction fromths! >:":_..} t_ "'!'

.rJ.l V i.y what it will; arrival of Earnest. She bad not been warned of which were inscribed the lines of lb. soeg improvised and with great effect, but numbers finally He did ao&Dd got a long distant outofsigh 'sad.. L",:;S4.s ; i;' ( *%
his and abe tbe door sill in Annie's delirium. Be commenced read. overcame him an 1 his life departed'through a himself .t.- .
Ti-r e thy favor approach sprang orer again thought oat of danger Rhea. .. ; ..' ; <: '; .
with almost! wild welcomebim. it to Annie who sat perfectly absorbed in the hundred wounds. He died a martyr to his people 7
'. )rft diee still a light step to lag Taller jast ahead of him he saw fifty braves antes :
..glurid toptber. Too did cot tell me you were coming. Earnest, strange mystery. Tbe rhyme, tbe thought washers and his name should be inscribed upon fam..'. tog up the bill to meet him they wertsjscaccf : L3,
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knew little pain; and now I am more glad that you did not for the but bow. could she sccoaut for the traceable brightest tablet. those returning from the pursuit of bis' ...... :-?.;.: --Ai'. .. ,
.JtI, se.st Ber. mother, l surprise is YCf'1..eet.- lines? He was on his annual hunt with hit nation. A He changed his directum and tried to escap,' bd. ,

W-ftybK5iir& n. I *I hare come sooner than I thought to, for Ihave Earnest closed the verse and replaced the tablet number of his lodges were pitched upon the plains: bas poor horse was too much' bsuttedto ""tear s ?.i,_'. ...

something to say to you,Annie. I lore most and then said in a low voice :- I near Loupe Fork. As a young warrior one day him with sufficient speed. With savage yells flieyj* .7' ,"
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.otbK'. mother tenderly even passionately alorely girl. Do dot Annie, this is our bridal song.' rode around the adjoining hills, bee.pieda powerful plunged the rowels into their horses sides. tad v; \ .t.

JI_Est thy feet turn your eyes from me, I am sore you are my Annie turned ber bean :ul eyes into the face of band of Sioux encamped along stream in a gained upon him. As the foremost approachedwithin ....,. \ .
lrs of the nightly good friend.* of Earnest as if to read the meaning of his words. sequestered rale. He hastened to inform Loganof good shooting; distance LogsnytorBsdlnd* .4',-s'''' ,)

,.ftl\b\, lCia =' slap' Is she rrry beautiful Earnest said Annie 'D ar Annie why did you let your wild way the propinquity and power of their natural foe. ; denly! an;]lent a bullet through his brat,. Taea f" 5 .

, a..iochcr.'i. mother, trembling.A ward heart mislead yon, when I strove to tell you Logan ordered his people back immediately, who 'loading asbagalloped on.he soon: cade|ai 1l 6lr. '. ',

,l, .it)feast of pain ; yes Annie more beautiful than eren your of my lore for you f proceeded in a straight line,with all speed for bite: the dust, and another, aatill Lur; werialong .r.. F ,

I'I"aocbet' mother. own wildest fancy ever wore into song. Will Your. love for me, dearest Earnest I you said home while he would remain behind and divert tbe plain. JasJtben/- however s!*"..flirt .. ... to

,W-. *ilol.+Rsin.FOT 1"OD. dear child when IOu are in the glow of yoorbtghest she whom lured was very beautiful and gifted.' the Sioux by' false camp fires and other devices, again reloading his horse stumbled: andfi ],*,ystt4 v ':. A ..

-) COJIE AGAIN. imagination, write a bridal song? and let 'And so she is, sweet Annie. Who! Annie bat from a direct pursuit of them. This was about the band rushed upon him before he bad well recovered ::1 I''y I. 1. .

fILl. i it be more rich in beauty thin the sky is at mid yua cuuld have inspired such lore as has blessed twilight. The people got under weigh u quickly from the shock. He was shot with ballets ; .:JI:t.. .w}. t
W'--- carelesword, night with start.. Ob, Annie she is divinely beau. and weU: -ci2ht wrecked my life.. as possible but not too soon ; for scarcely bad and arrows, and gashed with tomahawks, ad !

-_-Bwa I? en.a',4 tifn. fur a gifted soul looks out of the soft features | And is it me. dear Earnest, that you loved so they turned a highland when. several Sioux war pierced with lances notwithstandingatf whida"0 :

1., the charm that bound and tinges the smile and lights the eye with more tenderly, so passionately P And the pour girl buried non came in sight,and discovered the place of rose amid a his foes, and with hip.. dabbed rifla T: J ., ;

s..,.. were broken. than a human beauty. Will! you not rejoice with her face ic the bosom of Earnest and wept, the their recent encampment. They examined it, and boating knife,be piled aroundblmflveproatratsv. .... \-. "t
pissed away. me. that at last I can see with a Inters vision, fint happy tears that! had touched her cheeks for bond that tbe Omabas had been there and they bodies and felt with his back upon their corpsctt. .t_;g *:" : "*
V._fcqtts remains, that tbe scales: hare all fakes from dead e)es, and maDyloueek... then returned to notify their chief, and to bringan and expired still a htin... He was a&1edsad* : .r :'. __".

,.,1trbwtbtteo3e &tudcr J:1accea now every wbtre ae newneM of fe.f You, and you only, my beautiful child poet?' adequate force to pursue and slaughter them. hundreds warriors held a great war dance: orer' .' ;'

A. Annie was sjlcnt; she did cot say that she rejoiced and Earnest raised the small bead from his bosom Logan, from a biding place saw all. and knew him. : \.4.J"" .;,

in her friends b pp>ness. aud kissed away. the tears. be playfully said- that no time was to be lost in drawing their attention Thus LOGAX FOXTAXIXXB depsried/ood his... $,c[.' y, .' :'".. *.

..tsej libber path. 'Furgire me Annie for withholding this secret 'Haste, Annie and soon be well for I long to (rom tbe trail which they would soon discover ble soul wu followed to they*lIpir land by the .i- ':.p-, y. .. ,j C t.

.....,p*t Us heart.iBuaBS come.sad 50, from you so long. It was awed to keep it in my I sing the bridal song." and follow; and mounting his horse b* .ibuod lamentations of his nation and the fjrp* : f;.

apadck own soul and gloat over it, and look at it with amiser' &caden u the story told. ? pushed away a't full! speed across the prairies,at patbies and asp'rations of the bran of every i land. :.'. f....'"

4'WIIIIIsiI1 ere. You forgive me, Annie ?* .' right angles with the route bas tribe had taken Let=- be honored. 1DONT ..,..,2.-4....-''''' _'- ..
is paler l sowtaoeotpaia. THINGS NOT TO POLAND TO DO.. ,
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v* yrsi forgfTe/ and a re eight. miles dUtant, on aa .. .r' -fl.'. .. s'ter. ,;.-.
Earnest and Annie did not meet again till tbe 1. Never laugh at the mistakes of others. Re eminence where tbe Sioux could distinctly see it. STAY. LOTCk: .ts-+ ',. t .,. _
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sdasns si f1I1C1-&Ddtt atria family circle was gathered for the enuin Earn member while it is senseless to correct the mistakes He had scarcely! done so before a powerful. band "Don't stay long, l1Ubqd.- said yovng ..;' ,t. o..

,. +c est ut apart from Annie and engaged tbe old pea of any save those of your personal friends, were on the spot be and his people bad left, and tenderly inmy presence: $..evening as bet;bas- ...i to.. ,:

tt.sgrl, calm and cod.4J1 pie in pleasant conversation. Annie listened but it is more tolerable in society than to laugh at who, without stopping to distinguish the trail J band was preparing-to go out. Tbe wordsthcaselves :.. .....

,part looked oat into the night on the soft moonlight on : them, or bow. by any look or gesture tad you started fur the fire, which they.... rising against were insignificant, but the look jnalting .p

._1rtisathat tranquil nanfrdii'vttafcd the green sloping bank abe was exerting a more. notice it. the clear blue sky, and where they expected iu fondness with ..hich.thelwere accompanied i spok* ,t._ .J 1 1volumes.
heart.Wat tbau physical orer her thought, and striving with if would another moment to imbrue their! bands tbe -
power 2. Treat every body civility, you in :: It told all the rant dcptbVof a wuaaa'a. ...<< .
[ wH sai Vt to light: to beat back the low rumblings uf the tumult not make strangers your euemies. pore of their unguarded victims. But Logan bad lore-of her grief when the light offtls);aSe. ;" to". :-

[ k..:jm ire rain.I that deep down in her young ardent nature was 3. Think of others, and the world, of your self not been unwary. As soon as tbe fire was lighted, source of all her joy, beamed > ,: .r Ib

I Millar. ;esc'y bring relief- I I bursting into new rebellion. only to improve. he again mounted and rode eight or tea miles r. y i$ .

,111-'" 'PiA..II Tbe effort was too grate. A diziness stole into 4. He not over anxious to say too much. Remember farther, and kindled another fire just as they "Don't itaj long, hasbanH* tad I { IrWt, ..
Annie's over taxed brain. She saw tbe tree dancing silent than make the first This rather bewildered them. the '
led and warm that it is better to be to reached I gentle wife, sitting alone anxiously! 'i s >lettsia "':' .
.p :kMr.. ; hoMlr.It..erluamau the brook waving backward and forward, an m med remark. Mankind were given two They dismounted and examined tbe ground. the momerfu of her husband's absencev fair .4('III.Jt.. .,.... .
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jyvai beartsid and the moonlight shadow swam before her eyes. ears and two eyes and but one tongue, 10 tbat Logan, anticipating this had trotted and walked moments running to the door'to aee if be 'wets ,' ... .
She uttered a font cry. and would have fallen they should see all their heart and hear twice u bis horse around it, so as to make the appearance sight and finding that be was not thought I 's ..

: id! -=fcsrtallJC'1rtt. from heir seat had not Earnest who bad been much u they say. upon the grass of the treading of a dozen horses ; could bear her exclaiming J in diaappoiatecl:1; 1
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tie: watching her iutently sprang forward and caught 5. Whatever sublunary stations you mal aspireto and this drew them into the belief that a small -not yet"- Don't stay long husband. lad I -J.J" :, .

kfredtrn are '&In. cold her in hut arms. though. they be earth's highest, let them be body bad lingered behind and kindled this fire again tboogh I conld see the young.wife' .rpekine;, ;;' '" ...."i.,

k..ririlrkearu grown They took Annie to her bed. secondary in vuur estia.& :un. Let heaven be the and then gone to where they could see the Dew nervously in thereat arm chair end weeping ." ''t
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again. The powerful! excitement of the day with her main end of your life and the highest pinnacle to fire burning; and 'so they followed with renewed though her heart would break,jas her fKffygtiTlsm''..,4' 4-"'.. ._ r.._....
effort it, bad created fever in bier reins which ambition soar. The thing happened as before. "lord and master "..' *. r. ,. s tanK
.lrdlancous.J.mE to conquer your may avidity. same prolodged hi.. stn7to a wisv ''''oJ r .. ......1 .. '' -r e
.. and her brain. For a week Annie lay in great 6. Remember that earth at must has but a tem- Logan bad gone and another fire met their gaze nsome length of time, "* 1 .Y.ry i or, j..'t .

danger.In poral being, bow much more temporal is yours!1- while the same footprints were about tbe oDe 0,you that hare wire to say-Doot stay.leaf,**" "<1 '-

LEE her nnconetous state Annie talked canstantlyuf Let tbe greater portion of your time on it be aronna which they were now gathered. Their when you go forth think of them kindwton! ym."*.t*' -.- :". ...

Earnest of his beautiful bride and of ber spent in preparing for a more substantial, an suspicions were now awakened. They examined are mingling in the busy, hire of life, and! "1.J"-l' : :: >>' .'

IE, own grief. Sometimes she would fancy she was eternal mode of existence. the ground more closely, both far and near aced a little to make their homes and hearts happy, ,fliittr- : x4 I ;.

!iU JIIDAL SON G. preparing the bridal wreath and would call for 7. Always do your duty to those whose happiness discovered that a solitary' horseman bad deceived they are gems too seldom replaced/)Tm canoC:"' "'."'": :fiiili.: '.

fresh flowers from the brook. Again she would in some measure "r other depends upon your them, and they knew it was for the sole purpose nod mid the pleasures of the world the peso,sad-; :. <.: 11',2'

; TUSK l&XBOLTB.Xtare. repeat the .urd..uC. Earnest; effort: of le ding them off from the party whose encamp- JOY that a quiet home blessed with such wt -0:'" ..'

Ah, Annie she is more beautiful than your wildest 8. Never forget that each moment is a courier meut they had first discovered. man's presence will afford. + ..

T hlentpteie aide her one. fancy erer wove into song. sent to warn you that you ant approaching eternity Logan saw them moving about with glaring ""Don't stay long husband I' ud*,. _jog .. I
(a atairai sink" and the flower this as fast as tt is leaving you. wife's look seemeJ to say-"for her*.ia jt t avers .
Then she would improvise rhyme, saying torches ; be understood: their object, and knew '" .
sk>fcelircdwith her parentseititry 9. Know that each bring is to the sweet borne, is beaH ... i
step one a loriog whose Ia'
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shall tbe bridallOlIlt. I will not be the naughty I that his only chance for safety was immediate i'

..., : child of my dear friend. 1 will write him a grave and- to ekrmt!. flight toward his home ; and h" farther knew that hushed when you are absent-here is.abreast 80ft .4 :. .
Bf timJnn The old loved' herShe IIn be for TOO toA.Ja.T bead sad let.a ..
a bridal song, and sing it too at b-s wedding.l \ your person, cleanly. by tbe time they could retrace the way to their opon. .
IIIhimplicit had Overt, 11. In your conversation be chaste, cheerful are par lips nnsoUbd by'' sink; that wffl pad yiNa' ""': f :a ., i
and find the trail his J"
e Eafoest at such times would listen with the place of starting, own people :
adaseatand cu1tare..ho looked' with kisses back k.. ". .
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kJmghsmtaad deepest feeling to all t J.uee revelations of her poet had taken. they would be- beyond the reat6ofdanger. ---r.: '. =.".. ....... .. ._" ... -.. '1""
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12. Never forget that sU your actions are noted : ":' .It. ,.: <:
Lim Bat as yet Annie loved nos lOUt He ...'tte in his tablets each line of tbe ; A young ladyjn..Charleston' kleu* _,_ ." ,., : ; ... "' :
-. sweet she bad named the 'bridal song.' He down.'S.. committed suicide'because her lever Piped 11II, V ." f Y
.. ; she sung her songs Terse The Sioux in the meantime bad divided into : ...
iALlappysnuland rejoiced tile was never absent from her side and the ant object "My dear." said ilra. Dogbary to her daughter. smaller bands the largest of which was to return cheek at parting instead of thsLtip*, as BsnaL fi* .t' : r '
l' i the ti"ea or aU who CAme that Annie saw on the return of consciousness "You should not bold your dress so high and pursue the Omabas and the other tf endeavorto bad never been so "cruel',*sto'said, and life bid,t'*' ;.::. .

.. was jJLirnest ilay. She held out ber thin white crossing the street" capture the one they bad missed. They knew become a burden to heron that uL)1; :,;:'. '.t \ : .
and tried to her thanks for his 'bow shall I chi nirout,* *. '. .
band speak the maiden .1I
to him Then ma, replied that be would either go farther and kindle another .* + '';. ?;. ., .v

chatey: presence. show tbe beauty of my flounced patalettes that I watcb-fire, or start for his nation ia a straight line; Nhnrod, can you tell m. who was the first Baa r. : "J-, ""T"

?w aduajr the cottage. It was 1.nlwecb weariness and languor came to bare almost ruined my eyesight to make I'm and therefore one party went on a little further Adam Somebody; ant his father was Nobody;' to.- :. r' i'

.E... *iad that bad been absent the pour sick girl en she could: leave ber "bed.- sure I don't care if the beaux do look at me." and the others spread out toward the Omaha and be never bad a mother oa aD out Jtttsjscarcity ;'l '. ,

bit couuy. HehadreUrD* There seemed to be something holding her back -- .-- country, Bi IIJ stared with experience and from health. Her mind was not quiet and at rrst- "Were you married to this woman 1" asked a Logan pressed forward u fast as his jaded steed J' M ": > t.. ..:.. .. '
hi 1Jt..cL Ten years before Earnest read the soul of the young girl, and on stern judge, with a solemn eye, of a man who was evu'd' bear him until he thought be had entirely The best thing to give your eaaiyj ferfr ';.- s ,. r

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"?d lfcddifld u she really was. who bad crushed in his rode band a beautiful l and band; -were you" united to Let in the holy bonds horror and dismay,he saw his pursuers close upon your heart; to your th d's good ir. -11r; f.k", .'. ; -J. ... '. ..

7 0{lID of twenty, Annie a child fragile flower. Well as be bad imagined be bad of matrimony! his track. He turned hit coarse toward a ravine, father deference; toyor'I ,6eoieet, flkatl" :\l'- if
and sensitivencst Not marri ed exactly: your honor, replied the will make ber proud cf you 'ads .
no conception: of the extreme delicacy which be saw at a distance covered with trees ; &o.JMf'1 epust -" .f a
h.. ;At lice of their guest, and of herutv.rL Ko attention or kindness man, Kjnintingat her with a recognising glance and undergrowth. He succeeded in reaching it, to all men, charity. > \ .. a "+ l .
which seemed to be did not think her 'heu A .
+A **"t*bays *> T ttea her old from him coald in any" wipe out tbe great ( say and JOlt within its verge' he met with an Indian Alice.-Fred do yon kjow "l lafp btu Gtr,: iI' ,
tisbd late the beautiful poetic I wrong be bad done br Pot 'wbat was in his sent i. "I was only jiaedr"==---- gif 1 t. dipping/water from a spring. She was star Fred.-K41 didn't" bow it boat r. asssg ; _= ,

JAi! taoak' be bad never : puwer ta give, he gave with earnestness and de'vutioa. There was a fellow in York'.State tfcit asked a tied and about to cry for help, when be baatilj lygladtobea. ". ":!.exxa,. .. .. .,', ..' .
Wt be who sat ber bedside and ride the lady agreed assured her that be need and assistance. I : -
$ fix: skies a more & It was by I young lady out So : young ; protection Alias BUwv B bar '
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-* *brat aad Soon came 1tnIe-1 strove by pleasant conversation and reading to i be drove around to the bouse at the appointedtime With the true instinct of a noble woman, .he\p- Bloomers, snf appeared"M the aati Ola.ssi:pwiv.>ll"a.; 't :y ; E
L.J went to his life c4 hi* stud entice her tvtck t, health and cheerfulness. His ; a young lady mad. appearance dressed in preeiatrd his situation in an instant, and all her "-" sRt : i aft:1
7s:1l I i I form in New York, in: C IHet' 4MI.t; : Nyt Ia .'
!,flit a oottign girl, west arm bore her sight frame from the sick room iota the preraiUngCohioo' baring got herself and sympathies were with him. She directed him: to faabionablyUoaaeed.. .. ,
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V-wiJd noca. to wear in- the gmn sal sanibina hoops into the cotter, the yoang man saw there dismount: and go to a small natural bower to which HMM .... '. ); "' .'..

bas that crowded her brain. i I Nil was Earnest wholly Basocceasful, in hit af- was no chance for bimMwbnopon he Boosted Lbs she pointed him in the edge of the forest, wafle '!fat. areyoo*"; : 'OK''I "-i; """ I

baicoM the Tocsf| rl with forts to restore Annie to health and when the soft hem's back mod dror off ia triUlpk. she mooted his borne and led his partners sway for?* 1am motttortr, .. lepsarlsiitap4itr. : '" .
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:#' e.i .' r _. .l. '. : .th* decline and. f.H **ftf a jrrrftt empire.. moa"1 .i. .
f' .t. Thirsda ,JnnfrlSjilW6: 'lay: it hot t4.tW privy tgo w 'in the.dt, .Unce of zt* I tLWusttsu'thta
e I trome, 'fur some sarcb after pb!uuptrcalkmjwlrdjr Feat 7 fiat .i' ,'.
,f < a' .. .t-.t1'l: AI.:.. ''t'.s ''t5. *; : seker or truth; >nie painter t'omoemen t..f'be..d.tI..r i u. .a.tIt.tnlT.CJlI.
.' '. orr. f'\o I II ; : : of the luminous points ill. our biat..g.s.. ,imitate we feet 1 ed 1 4I'r n P'M en et t. t

: ., 4.7. ,With.that presenltoajber.i: we disaolr*onr I' the G boon In d cribm},tbo virtue; and vice of of tIN Kfw tba l'1rnM end i. r.'-e'sog
t jMrttenw tb.Tbe principal reai i ft'nfghty natioVefttbtf. nrth"b w. shiU: Vestryby Iy".L. It ia tats
'.' soon why"no paf lrW.oett'!issued from the office bav.,*nd wilt.**tfote/itomemoriaJ vxprriance; the : t.J.". "'atc'" .TS
the' .
m..qrol d
I t wbrcrevolution,, sh-ili have succeeded,refutation' ; :"i1e" shoo 01 Prv ."
during t lff..p* tte, | ,daj3 ,f"tUt our band,left : : : whew wars f.rr"gn and'{ Stlfte may have darn* mocu'i '

't t vf for the lTorand; :f:jwuld nol pbtiln, o'ther* : ; ; I tatcd the free of our lair country> when gurera-, IrlllWO IIr tb'aPsr'sh: .bdl: Se '

inee lh!r line,' tTi t.oflice, Las passed, into other : ( : ment may have charged and re-char'ed .-cwsUtntion for a l lung avrnr "f vein*. htilJ st>5, '
1 t lb.sta ttllS"t W.Neq t MM
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i i .t .whn.wtll *made, re d and br"ltD'i"r and republics sod He &' tY iy
continue the of :
.t publication A,
,paper raised by gniu east into the dust by fan same II. w is one of the Grit ti 1' Md'tt'4t'
east devoted?o1h* adrttcac/ of the'.PrfnciPto of i I aticiurn and violence; the tearing task Aa d. ibt the ClI.nb in .Ui..W.Ifa&1.'sod.fi'ay ,-.

t. the Ame can J'arty.Datingttieihstrt .. ( i ,, .will be the lot of some pb i $ 4S* I II that gl.h""h."d "
Athe bitonanuf' the turn bark vdc-t s
time thfti hare been Liupir* PP u'tw
we enf d
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I ) from the t fervid denunciation of.b' 1.,. ft& 1 nrj pnn"dnetn EfpvlUeant we have. : dns, the on and dwrb| oa tbe-prttf of the In- i t.1rrla.twt. t,1.-Ir. sedbte or 'for

." spared new:exertion, expense or labor,to make ; : 'trous<.rirtues"uf an Antontnu. the.father may nut I b. eriJAt..d !lnaoreoitmitb.a by h,cr,11i4 tIa4"'
It tcc tiblMoHe r ding'ci>mmnni I. generally, thin new traveler iu tbe path uf ko.wlr-lg* rcytrl I thit U' 1 w.th! ens'' the : Piry '
back from some t In*hippy period '*>f our' b.i1'to r ii t". II'U'1t.,:....'.nae.of tbe v l''
wd4tnVbatpnr- huraWe! efforts', hare been duty) those eariler and purer' Jay of the ttj.t century oltheowtry-an.idea -d,Rub its .
and tra1 ,j ppmiite i ;. As fntfrosted. and.. In fact of out Republic When ho spread (be c.'.ntitirtion : I i wet) u. n'lt .ofli it bistrr 1It

; fully expfwsed in out'intrpdactnr/\ we.advocated of mr c,fintrv.bcfrre bU jdonng guj with bevn- a pet v fib, t"lTlt+ .f1\lrt'J.: 17', ti ,t.lot

++ tbe rincje8.of partcnlar, Party, and yUdlvv' all the element of re".oD jbU bapptnu ,uQta u. Et.J. T4..c si:a Y titsr bet"fly' t
j I\ its reo'jrait: of the lsa '
: ed within.it.compass, shall h. uwt bUttL, at W a Cbrriuur ,
+. red by | infln in.our [puner.to t nk ,t.t.a. and honored (
rq the fact thit, with it a* the cu'Je to pebtcalsut"eramty rUuwcZtwlard trill'fQI
ncTrcpaper.tJbatronld recommend itself to every'o i : ; men have been IwtiKd who were wjll- .I"rtbe 4ccui4jp a'' httidy,,-4. >tiuau4btdreof

;' .desintis offeceiring correct intimation} on' fog to destroy for principle it CMntaiuwl a* bully ns.urdng tie..

.. .. : the prinejple.fopieft of.the, day, As .we hare oftenb a* the paper upon which it was eugnattcd f deeeused RUI-l 1. That wr'tesiJ tb. f._ ._ ,
: When be shalMook''for, the who hire ouraucr. c.ndo ft-J bat:
+fbre said, ,Vbeta sky and'labors of a public journalist done battle for its maintenance patriots f HM sfaiMiuc.rwho bef re them as> b.vpaft ho" tit

:: art o'tent)2( ) ?,l difficult! io.the .extreme, as it. is have thrown around it the.bi Idot intelluet high trait .rt"rla&ia ,ctan net/ t"e"1" "

impossible to pursue.ft eonrse,that:will meet witb and ,virtue will it not be hi* pride:and his please marked his cirit r. the JT, bat'whJda R 4.1..
the tear and
E fire to record the name of Franklin Pierce w U.. brighted tb, hops pt'
i the appfpra ro!erery bne7. In cooducting, ft.pub- mourner. 1
for his strict adhearance ta the valued Hr
.. sic jonrni 'one'ibat jtoay te relied on for, .the 'correcjnessand precept C.Inltttd. That
that ft eonr fit the
instrument anexcvllrd by Uut badpreceded *
was any
.rt snundncuofits.rrews. in political-as ?: htm. communicated to the lim,: -. 1s
well as other'matters, great care should betakento ; ( It may be thought by.some that we write. In the entered up-ni the rvcwrd of tit*' III
language of when tint of the newspaper of the town U htI:2l:";
in tend hyperbole we peak a
that, to
avoid d. cfytbing
.sty, may them._ ..
4 :, I man wb ha bad a Washington and a Jefferson
.j; wound the feelings" and sensibilities those who I as his predecessors bat such are tbe honest coo- .. -

tnay entertiin. contrary oI'ioiOts. We bare. eat ,yiction u four hearts. To" \afbiugtim alone we A Meeting of the AlOC1ao '

dearored,by. every, mean in our"power; to pursue I give the reverence and filil"! affectum due to **tb* Central Raltrad. it.
} ) Father of our Country; Jefferson wa v ew a* the
such a coarse .nd feel. that no one tat accuse us | voonger brother of ,that "fatbeibut Franklin At a meeting: of Shcknofor/ ( ".r.tt : ..

t of anything, whatever, in our abort editorial career Pierce is the nun of America and, good "cause >baa AtUntfe and Gulf! Central roes;f ,,> :

i I that would establish the coDt''r1. or be ,a America to feel proud of such a ou., ant tn untied civ ntal their fmc..l Mho.
reason of We have endeavored to Many may differ with us, bat when the 'Iine-1 Jnm Xd. 18H, JmnftfM. Bi"] +. _," "
< ,. I and C. l4.
Chile. Em
of shall have the r
# nest parties passed away, an Impartial a J&t.f tTb..I:1e.tln \
f maintain an even,and just course, and. trust that l pnur ty will do hem jastkM. Assailed front : W" 11. ea tier) b artR-. :

tl oar readers_ /,will consider,that we have only carried tP.e region in which he first drew' breath by a : Chairman and a CixnmiUeeof W. -bl dl '
s out the infeutfon. ;"expressed in our first num. horde of fidlcou: and roercile revilera; defamed Dr. A. S.'D lid win and L. J.pl et'0gJ'1 '
I, truthless and licenCotu. he ascertain !ifthenotli-e p've t' +a,,
; .hr. b-a pre s; b bared I .fW
h'" breast to tb..t.unn which made, the gigantic gaited bat the Ch.nerbad Dres fly. M
'I" .;*. Ill health, and other reasons not, necessary toDare Wetwter qnil and bnw his bead and recently thecultivated i i win"1monw& of Stuck 1

.ntntionj induced.us to tike the present stfp.To Everett entirely SMccmnb Ta this man the Stockb'-'der* present:,
.' we give our u-tquidfied "p"rted thus due not'ce: Vwl been
Rho approbation.
f those have extended ua the patronage aud. tltwaatrt
I The cIiMing scene of his political career; 'as connected there wa ;perly 1'Pp retea/.d Innrt(.
given us thei/good wishes, we return our sincere with his candidacy for the Prfrxleney, is j.iritv n' the fnckn,. firs: tk

..". thank and heartfelt gratitude and humbly hope contained in ,his speech which we publish this clarrd by the Ch lirman duty I wjftib.#' i
\I -ithttthcy will,still' remain qtr friends and bestow inorniog. It U the crowning glory' of bas: life.Breathing .- for bnAinf4 The Report nf roe> BII. .D
: *i a. dignity, nmguaniuitlv; and fervent for, in rehtion to tbe financial Cuef ij .
1 tipon UI their best feelings in private life, as we tt"
patriotism that claims our mthnswsai, it will Ownpanv, Contract made the tngnm.work. .
'v know th&Ttbey'will ever retain .ours.. challenge C'Onpal'l son in style and entinientMwith &t, wa then read by Dr.J. 4. 1 ?
.1f"4. CHARLES W. DLA. CnARD. i any production of our couutry. President of the B Mrd.TigvtW wftiftiViar.

II ... i ---- r.. npplementary Repovrt af tb*aid IstfS'
Civil War in Kansas. which on motion: wu re rr<4 Q4".at"
i.. The Finite Potato. dnpted.. and ordered .* be .
; o prisltd la
I 4' 1- It ?il reported that the ,AbolitionUts have cap- form vISM! -

,...:, Among the foreign TegetabJ s' introducd into toned Franklin afier boors uf fighting. Three The Stucih"'Fders then prot+mdd'i4....
the United Stites end distributed for cultivation pro slavery men -while knottier report discredits ftmrd of nine D'rrtnr t r the eiMcinr,rirenantirg <
the capture th>rgb confirming the assault. 4
s e during the"year 18M-by the Agricultural Departwent Marshal Dunaldon and fur men have been kilt the bnllntv it was fund that t tft4,,
Ing named jrerttlemer hud
of the- States Patent Office was rh* near Hickory Point while arresting tb":4aulteraaLlJatt1l retf'vfdilh ..a
United ,
rote*-J. P. S ind.... A, J|. .L
( .oc7kl Potato, from.England,wh:ch,was then doe party; the AboIitiouNt destroying the Bil bri!. Thc if irtridr! ,J.. H. Biker'L.*
'Bribed *4 One hundred and fitly uieu have in
gone pursuitof
f LiftrpOo,1I f.fl;stfape, and fine qualities for : the mnrderer.4.Uov Jf'fxir, who were stared dnhsGeped '

t domestie;use and fUr. long keeping," As 'those*---a Shauon had bl'ued'a proclamation on the It was then nf si7g this annual'std thit saLtry thethfxttnonnt of,.WLt.tr q Rii4a ,

J who bare e P.'Tim ted 'wit this potato in our, 4th dubmd comm.ind.ng ur.be oil illegil military orginixttion of(the p.nrd of IVrrct-m. after sans l
to force
country*my 'd ire'formation, in regard to'it, The Governcr bad dispersed a!*t nude by a rvqaiaiti by the troop wuSnmner on motion tnade., the Chair +ppaiakd xtiea

nre quote front the communication of**A.Farmed," for troops from Chcag! on the loth.Saniner neon FJemi the>tRrtrrs.mattrrnn and ftrenmi lt-elat?
i written to m Scotch paper, the'following inform ; i for passed tbND Lecooipton on the 4th, mitten mad the CJIiwring,repwtt

l j.. tion: t \ I Tiiptika. Tint the I''n .f Two Thxmol Buse, R
i A new attack oa Liwrcnce if repnrjed. *nd it .
i "The flukes are expensive to plant, as cut acts ( I nmrm. would? bee f ur c xnpa>nUot, milt's
p do not answer and the who'e one being generally in is contemplated! that nljht 6-w attack men f;art. to/take a part. .** nhon d he allowed the' Pr,,;.f of( lC

of a (Urge size, the >seed bears a disproportion i ,The anticipated fret State met tJa e'd4red their detertnl ,**,.f, /! >et'v f'r hi* wv?***.'* -
.. to the"'return' that can be calculated I upon. ; nation resist." .. .. Co.nO\l't1N' WUttc1! farttlft...'
though an almost entire freedom from disease has i M tr rielyenddisuseofa'! lc'Dr....
hill rumored thit Sheriff Janes has been killed
'i I M
s hitherto rked their gr wtb.- in Franklin, win someanihMeeompen.ntien Orbs
thetigbtat .
In to thj4IA\Practcal: eOardener. ," : rendered tn Ill.COtfftJl..".d'ft'i"tJ..
e, a response the''Osrdners'thruuice; : Sr. Loris Jena'.-An.extra, nf the .Westport N ,in-it etprrd' the ".E.fro ik ass k>r'
wriiiBgln and .
,t Agricultural ; ,Tine+01 the :tb say that reliable nqr* has been ,Bi iinl of Directciad ,tt wb'ch su ra.4
Gixette" of London says: rece.Ycd of th' 'burning of the 'toVrn on r raard ananiniAirlr$'pt i .Jjoorn nt, .t4tti

"I obtained last. seasoni-.peck of seed potatoes Kansas on the night of the Ad, br the frev-whito I fn ftirf"rfc.. A. M,3ge t&,
ef the fluke fariety from Edinburgh. .I cut-them men. Twelve! to fifteen thousand dollars.worth.f I Stockh..lI r* w.t ",',wt.u.4etK 1
alf up,j.nR. unly.pne eye to each net, E'en the property wa destroyed. Tfos report of the C rntt* ,.1fV wmt'J1.tSindertoo :
smallest were cut. Not:a single plant Jiild.} .- : The Time also says that ft conp.iny of 300 abo i BiMnrir. M*>d/ and 11i wippiiMf
The prqduce 'from the peck was fire bushel olbeantiful ; 'ditiunistshadeipturedFranklin, biting 0ppa redby- ism the titb dy a Jnar> Isst, 1t16t,1II'I dltireetnrr

: potatoes;'frith only two, diseased tubes only" fifteen fighting pr.alavtrj men 'Mr. F ah- to hkttnt.J p nMdeot,7nictiona ( tJd.
.. a t. in the whole .crop. They were grow.n in garden mated and tw. Bother were"reported .ksl. It of th.Pen..crJ" iw4 .bass'
1 aol but in ratb ran"onf"yoritbte.situation: being wa reported the fight laUd an nr. Cnmpinr, addre-sed "s th'. C'eirs''y.rlasb
d 4 under Ute shadow of large trait
," doubt that if they bad been more favorably sitna-. p>*nie9 at or near Alligator, wan 04 viuWl
ST. Lnet,:June 1 18, 1B3.-By the. latest arrival
+ would havebeea of resolutions iiccwnpt.nrine the ,. ;'a
ted tlje pruduce greater.
it i ia now certain thatMirahU IMnildson is port "q neP.1fII.! llId vet.-rr'1.ieail"s+
e is?. :: "e' alive. ,0)1 k Suinoer i i. engaged in diapera'o:all ,"nli8tinlrnnr"I .tYhrWnFusisg: v.
4" A CEAKCB tort...THE, Jtatxn or THE. UXDXB l the armed band*of bulb" parties, and Uure ia i tow I Roberts sad riirtHJr-% I.. rpr4saebtead8$.

noun BAicgoAD.-. Sani'I iBugg. of Nash ; aprupeet of peace. I a4 the Case deti vv i. T'to aa-J OreoIea+'

.tt villa, Teno, who is now'iu', Cincinna aa one of } By ,Irttrr n-ceiv+d In thf* place! It arpeart thatonibetrthrnst. I delibent on retorted a see es of rewtditea+ir
.. General) Whitfieid was in O>OKnuudufj0 were n-eeY! ..td I\tt 't't"Q1 ma itvderrl +.
w h the Democratic.delegates, baa &Q riled.the Cineinnati | troop near Prairie, City. lie woe tb.t the! 4'e'etry t" 'an' t,.ths.P.tt.i.6.rd ,
i Enquirer to, aay. Ibat_ hi! body servant i ordered hr Cut Sumner to disband htr? ,.t>p*. I ..tP"4II'1cols and'.a 'ri. R.i. Rod Crtpw!; 'I

-' !!s Pbd," wT o U1nr Cincinnati, ami.who.i'a i alarehi and complied at the time but XIOD afte reformed I certified enpr nf rid resuaM+as.; ..

-. roend who'-baa been raised) ,.by him, them again.. A strong bode, of troop i i. on toe' Dr. A. s. BelJwil1 tb.eMa erde at.
watch, aud ready to interrupt has movement 5.9aa.'datlkv
Lswttorthegwrmbi ut'if ;
i 4 'and who'can by the laws of Ohui, be taken from \ .
d ST. Locxs June 12.-.te accounts from Kansas .pon rece.h"d: ad... ,
him if be desire to ,tbaif ant person *o disposed thin egtllC r
go state ShanonV proclamation. had produced tuteflV'Ct The CtUowin-r R>*fntoa wi*
*taU State,'cantak. him away from his on either aid. Twenty Camlinkn. MisaoQ.run oL J, P. nd.r oar '
master' ormitrv he will 'forfeit one thousand i and Alabamians are reported aa b tying bean .JlM.z That ti.! B ,r3 at D'ndvt tilt

.i dollar orphan asylum in Cincinnati tit killed in a< recent agag toftny There was Ivirehr aarb..rii" to sub
t i Truups. a gvuvrar disperse of the b. GMnpany. are -
4 he Mayor mayin ea.t.e ._ after the .* f.r i issue ft'
K 1 ligerants battle were finished. provu rm this rt"J.
.,. 4 ii ,. recei4., giten by th*-aty of.0.- .

LOLA )foxes: IX ,*.Froar.-I'.olsi'Montes bas StLtXDLD rfciiowcs.-Tbe New York Journal .5 the Te .' ur J"eUlI1..illtM p ''<1 d,

been playtn.t. f tv.the "Victoria'theatre i Bas. Crab- : Commerce say tbit the mania in that cty for .M.inter.M C.>t antyaidTtwaaadmtb whchhotter shall aCcra Sp",,,".5\

.Australia. *A fracas bad taken place between her : Building spleuded houses baa abated. The most n;'.'n she Inter s r. wfceft W rots

'alld )ir.nVSeekamp.of the Ballarat Time ''It ; elegant building in that city cost S t\OJU. It npun tbeit tacos p"clJ..tf' r?* .;
t slower
1 appears that a wri tef" i ip the.Times had made some, : name many others that coat SI50Dti0[and $100- years.a* that ra iy deemexpedent t. T1.> 3

f |l remark.rtfltctjjug'on the character Lola, and a I 1100aud it says that there are, a 'duxen.of .this lutionThe after.* .irlo..dfI1rcaed.was uin'ti'njKiiIJ
t meeting then
u t nl l ftflerward*,Mr. Seelamp ,called at ; sort, rivalling i in magniticenco almost any of the JAMES L.i L p1 L

io: the UniedjStaies.llytel, where ahe, 'wa* residing.! royal palaces in Europe. In on. of those houses Co S.ExsR Sec.- ,i

'. s Lola:rnsbed o\tim-with a riding whip,:and. be I an .pparimeD''u fitted up at the coat of 25,000 ..51Mr. .i-
rttlUted! with ft caoe, A';general ro w>nsuf d,.in. or'80,000 dollars.. Fillmore i tee7ti. .

,.. #. which lifcpiwrjerVafldjefoJver. were:'drawn. ii_.a... N w. Yoax. Jcr Ii-Mr.ft .F Dot.litslttw'

t When separated it wu bund thai ,the ..beljigereots Bon. James G. Hardy. Lieutenant Governor fit I letter everat .olomnkaC| (: .
the State 'of Kentucky u deranged,or rather baa .
,' had hold of. the hair. At j{'nation Bt..1f I :
:t f\ eachxrther b/, I suntlnti state of .almoit' mental itnbeeilil/- t fur the Prttideney* toMr

"It : the theatre; the-pert eVenlng/ appeared before 1 Ilia h memory seot1rslygotdrandbamindishope.. j tba American party h* elimssp.

tb. rta1D:"j1cf"fc&i;that'W bad offered to sassy shattered.gr I friend of the Union

a t" 'fijftt the cnlnckjr editor with pistols, but b. had --'cc 'Ir-- -' i
RaUficaiion Hare been held in '
... } meetings 'yt'
r4 1'1'- all UM priucipal) northern cites, and tf. lL J'nIJIOU w n ie.

L .:,< t w.** --*,n.i.- -?, in0 had over the nomination is f lir.aw.naa.,. .,Ccunr S-T. it baa baird stated td K'

J..brA r writter,f ll1th*Chaj|estonttagdarduomin, I A call for'a meetingjn (Charleston! on the lbtbhis intended( to sail. from B*,rt is.tN .
mad in the that'tba .
I stating meeting
tttq;HoDPaurojr: 8. Bao LY for theloexf G'TseerofhePalmb era bo addressed Meuri. the teamhip Arago. If au, to tnll p r
by Douglass, Orr, Brooks
r' 'Stet.., i and others. rot about tb. Itth a weak from tHaTAY :-

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.U&n'last that Jesse Al; rtdene*Wfor the iraaafcr*tta*twraarjr,the i rims LOTTERY is set up cm tbe H.raoa plan I JackaooTflle inP.ra tb*'in Ladies* and Jit-.r1i,, a.._ .4. 44 .
ffc3s rwaadla >
) \t1UicJham !i 1111.1.:4 $tdea. "d buuig crartiAu o'reade I 'Jt'of aimpU:BumbrRv becauae it Uobctief eo.t. I' euuhtrtitbtt, they !bats fcixord Ibfir : new and splendid side-wheel tiaKf 1. ., '.. -
-. pana1..be.. .lid to, pirtflt ntJr.LtP. was ice 4 ibir.eal.est alD4 older': be the must easily underatiHid as well u the twsthoaorable. Dew keantiful stock of 4 min laud Somaaer OXVlLLE.:15Oc.pt.: c. B 't.-M.t- I
.11tt4 be went s. WiUml1ktD clBfiUc.LkeiM; ilk t.f its > 'I ..
daring pcTiotf I .
1Ira. Tucker* | prencot 1''abudaCQIInutin, In nt4'l': AUGUSTA, J.500tons. Capt. Tttos.Iuaa; "**. V-
tWMc Ig ;
b cturr. S* lung e.i Jk fa6b.p r-M sue ut useful "
< FLORIDA 1-SWtoas t.Y.B.W
told bin there wcmmtr r via gd.me I!Dear'&d UwHuT. Mir."., his JJipUC\. his : FOR JUNE : DRy Gp.oDS; ALABAMA ,
ie the -w asked i. O and his arid iate i ''- Calicos Hnslins 1,800 ton, CepL O;R.(5t'a Mt5.w. I .
educat iuftj jwctjr f>iI .4 Wi1ulIJ\w t.;.1 hUll that I I the first play in the atetin' <*f bA >.fc1w1f'o. \, Will Leave .faraaaka !,

i. that bad J Jo de tagdberep i I cics\-I1II.;: and as mirk t.f their pprvciaoa Mnu ur. 3= nUm. ", s. i ham,Jac'ionets and Checked Cam- .i WZD,Z3D.4.T cad SdT1lBDaf. ; .f1
*.tnr. aDd by it to I .4i ..r\J} after the .. .Uua oti&. TonturudK WILL BSDHAW- -.nfTaE Crft' tip'' MOT' : ..brie'9. JBl4qkahaCord.: ..: SIlks, M

fJ.-cl.b asked WiUiup.m1f 1M i i Gurerumnt puictrdluOe*>f the,.":..&.JuJpvt Chalh } Shah ships are among the largest oa ths coast, t .
1l'gbam agtetd t.du.nspa ''i sat theTtrr.tjry. Oilier put lie UUnu, > olci7vd, COMCRT, ALABAMA, JUNE. Cbambrap, Silk ,And TOSttrpaasca ,ia spaed-safety, or comfjrt, nuJdar ..k". ', 7' '
"iA1lo..tIf. him, and pint the tbrwa tb lb. cut>fi4cac'Jf the puUtc, be W aiin 12tUt 185S Lace MantHlas, 'lca'cbcd'and In* their pass&ees in,'>i to CO hoar*,sad art oeansaaftv ..1 -

Irbt4 11I'Wr it H."" rr held*nd Loaor M' lab Ilia life; they Sloaa ask' Ua liTt- to.i r.p u d age, blessed with beiltb* WHEN PRIZES AMOUNTING TO bleached. Homespun, Irish Linens, elegant *taterom 'aecou m.d&tU t. they .ct&r R., .,,'. 5. '
rmes-W.w.Id toil :t S. tal life and looking outilr toetaatttiugauadime- : Dnm:1skTn\ I Cloths and Nap mUt dtsirable.conveyance to yew ''ark. 1 .,"f .
"1np.am'a Damn S. aid tit 60,009T7IU Cabin Pa&Mge'J. .-,. $
bjr nuaieuUrj bodair that were vutUnvd and kiD E.
-L. flanker
.a be acrid lpH; tat it bcaul Jtcd bjr the atria 1.Jir at L.tiI4MM+a c4 M (!. B. .Djaper, ,. Stem*.ru ,..'.....(";...... _.:" -
rat a time--then W. ftpW4! Iprrrt."ueiere. be distributed According to the following chiefs, Fancy Silk Trlmmin 's. P lW01U. .1' y L... a '_ ,. ItA

r\.. that tbs: c'ub' wwa'd : that each day i*the last to shine upon beautiful Scheme, adopted attbe e>pres. desire w Silk Glove3 and Mitts El bro'd. ia8a ..,'

2 sotto let bas ntn be known tbcc,** KU<1 Uc Cawoa u .cLwr. 2>u 4U.red he, many patrons,-who preter a few chances at large SYtmL 1 Y1TCi1.:1 : .
ski end to teal OpUin Hauker aD:.au bdienng, turd. 1' i&cL to many dianeea&l ls ,ffieaDt nttia.' :-a>d Gra Skirts, Plain and Fig'd. ttSOy-spUt .taBro&dway.1.t'L" .,, ,' : .

aid, wets take and these w.cn Mid n.--it ikohe YU c.lpl Lae copy.BROUGHT. 10 CAPITAL. PRIZES ; Ribbons, Silk and Straw Bonnets, Cabin Passage from C 4T1ullmio'N_ f. % '

be ,td ill LSaOnly Silk,Illusion and Bobenets Muslin ,7SEMIWEEKLY.
.Jb Tn a> Uht ,1
r 1-JdI 1 Dr' w&d! ..cmnwtcet.adat TO JAILON Ten Thousand Xambers! and Cambric 'Ed eings. _Collars Yom 'yFize.. Dollars < ,: .. y' ;

":'is born b.twea, k.ll r.'f;. the lath test, a Stjtra Man about 25 or 26 t -
,$4 ual &I Pear l.1. 1.1..aid Tarr of age,and ab>wt tire fort ft ur I lucbtsLeist Chimesctts and Sleevca, Ar.tifi'J.Flo"cnJ United, lall.Lin8, : f..'

: itUoaD w U"o't ire tl.h,'Ft_' > bed. by \\dialn :. HaTis, wfC'mintr Hr And REMEMBER every Prize drawn at and Tabs Musmieto Netting '. ,
.1ITpI1M him, 14 .. i each Drawing, and paid when daa WITHOUTD1SCOUXTJ YOar'&CSTEAM CSABLESTO > .
V 1. UuaW ".u. i kond.t.*ud a-ya b.* hauie raJsry.Tt.r Parasols Fans Umbrellasand .. .
,, D.I be keewtbe arrra.: .tvuerur uwnere'are quvud to cuuie iurn SHIPS V t '

-Cap& IlsoukerW havept."tkroled ".uod.l.iuye >]H.r>y, Iwl-a chirgt rod tkIM < CLASS D. a large assortment of Hosiery ',1... <,
tf at ru.d;and aid i.I Imu N. "t ; n ui VM deft With .ccuniu. io .THROUGH IN 48,TO 53 HOUR5. ;
: I 1 Prize of..-........JlSOOOia..... 15.000 da &c. ; "
,"or..If' be fc.d better dl.. tb.l", I_ I d41 .......,...:.0v0 are.......... 6,0\.10 ')v; ,

& to k.se..u.t.r 111 the A. B. nOGASTH.Jailoi 1 do ..........4,000 4,'00 Clothing. ; ( .) .
,11 to Hate Uw new of the D. C. 1 do 2iKW re. .:.OuO ",",

,k II iblf' then Sloan len him J"t" I t":: 1 flu. Jaae 1:, IS G. 1 do 2;*>0are... S/MW< ) .Dress Coats, Flannel Shirts l 1.800.y.lenT. Comae ; .
retorted tn ,j M
.M.1he rbe irnit Bnd."e r. 00 the AtW' ': ,Q1t (I-c.-GIUUS, ia tuy anthurxed: Agent 1 do -.... l.WOare... J.OOO do P.auta.t"KfO dodo lIAR10h,1sA toy.W.J.FOITEa.c..maI'c .. .*

..d if he knew f 1 r1i w "&(.1& ltrwi.a J.ruig bu..uc kitty toe 1 do l, Uinjrbaia
1 do ..........1,000--ere..1 Stock. and Cravats Shirts and COU... SOUTHERNER 1,1)00 T.D. '' '.
t.. the etab that he i-c.kc tons Ewu.Conx'r' .
ytkl.rsged l'l".t.JOn. S. SA11M13. 1 do .', If**) ROOTS AND .Lene'AdJ >
grid he .ne. t.rIf. P.)6JJft&Tld Wharres'eYcry Wednesday sal : ,' }
i it Jute 1:. is3C. I do l. Dl Tyro bet belieted Boots lien's Bouts, .
; Ia coarse
2'J < 4W are... 8,000 the *--
from South and
rJsrr Colt tbem.. Wrftn'am EJrlltug Flnid.JU5T W do 2'+trt are.W ........ ... 1cuo do colored Ties, do do, fine These VeiL "
.ateatiahiIm were built for ta us'
there amid be I I do kid do do Shoes Jb expressly ,,
1.a sa more d> .. ... 200 ...... Slippers r
laud 1CO > ; are ..... bOdOAppruxirnatlon Line and fur '
.bir Sloen asled bite Lww.ne received. Uuru.nZ at | per do silk Others, d. Giu reas Gaiters, safety, ,comfort- sad- .speed.- Are- unrivalled ...

.p6I he w..uid and J It 10 hue two m' toeakg.aa ort 1.U1., at iLe APOTIlECAIirHALL.Junetxh. 4 Appr. '.L prJ' "ur.:. tarkzcs&..:..t OO Muses do add kid Slippers G. :tur,, Youths do Kip Br.'jrtes dado ; Tables on the supplied coast.with every I loxary. ,Attaatlvisod _' ,,:: .

'd under the bridge l&4L. J.ck_>.uuti,e.. Fla.TK.1I 4 do. da of ... l"0ire...: 400 Bowta A Slippem, do Shoes and Boots conrteo'ua commanders will insure travellers ; : ..
tii-.nc1 grt I" do dv ,.f.... iO .re. tat by this line every possible wmfjrt and acomaaaa*:;."'**io'
and b their tilt t Itegro Brogans. .
. Club +Yf' 1'2.1. 7['EA UI .
8 do do of -
i. .... 25 are. 200 datiun. ;
eocld{ hearslw' I Together with assortment of
h a large
.t .1t4 : men iajn be I l'lTEW 1'.4 just imported by tbe K-kine Tea i 20 do du of... 20 are. 40)Prises For freight or passage, 'having elegant sUU, '' .
eatine was .
., wailed I,.I i.w Coiupnuj,uf alt hrietld in La.f aud qjur.r room accommodations,soul; to ."; J
seven 'tr eight
'." $oevdr.eyt Star b:m: then wbt,1d I P"ui.d -pv-ra, at UMA1OTDECABT 1S 3 amounting to.,.$; CUTLERY uExRiTMisiioox, .; i '

._ yam the news SLOAN. June Sth. 182&-. J ckaubviiie HALL FixWai. Price'of-Ticket GROCERIES, &c. Cc..Cabin.
-r UAilEL -- Purchasers will find it to their interest to call and S' .
cibed before me this tbe%lat : G. M CLEAN.Comnm Tickets 9 -Halres $Quarters '$2.50.. e. 8. '
i &AM'L SWAN .ud examine tmr Sfock. at the Carolina corner before -Feb., 21. ap5-T ?'
iL ,ioued and t.eau Qualified as Agent Manager. pnrcbaatn else where. As we shall take '(rreut I. '

Joxx C. Oars.J.P. U.usurer Rod liispector of Lumber for Agency at "APOTHECARY Montgumerr.HALt:"Ala pleasure in trying to'pteaae aU thou wbu may For Florida Direct V

__ ., Uorai Conntf.MAY Urur n* with a calL All orders from the .
JackI\J \"ille.Fit. country hall be attended Through in 25 to 30 honnv f
;sa rnuCAXo] be toned wben bis services are desired i iI THOMAS WIUB and Jcsrcs WTKAX. L.q.', promptly to. ;ta'J.:
Jacksonville Fla.april Sf 18 Mi'SINGER'S
I 1fqnit"l..t rhr! rU>r e .>t S. >. Williams ) Swum Cumtniasiuuera to suM.-riuteod the Drawing Palatka!
c ffO.\DE5CT.! I I or Tee d:ncj (f ). Wuttuey. Corner >>'. B. letters cuutain'Ug; money will be strict THE FAVORITE 8TEAMIBCAROLINA. '
Adau and llcpnus Sti ects.JackwnTillt Ij attended to and confidenu..LApotllecnry SEWING HACHINES. ) .
Hirctirrs w. who desire in obtain full and rr
:. Fla.lay rSith IMWrIZooftaods ALL peraana re-
.>lft inf.>rm\ton respecting FINGER'S

.. M to or heart rrf l/icg. German Bitter superior to all SEWING iiACIIIN -th ;r price capabilities, .,

lafRN mure: preperatious now in use Hall advantages ices, tmproreineoU.. method of work y
ing. means of t canng them and all other .
tlipm particutira
>n It' lpi ; JacxsosXuusjicna. Augl. & AND fo'
.. -CJH dan br ar>plringatnamflic* '
Dear Sir-I f*.I buuud cu ;
.etrmtsk express I" grat cation No. 323 BIIOAUWA'r NEW-YORK
,t 17 loce pathway dries! to you for the incalculable benefit*I love derived TEA DEPOSITORY' : BT LETTER OKI!* rCKSON, loft IM 71. COXETT, Cpmranati r. "igf .

from the n eot two bottles of ruur German Removed to the 'New Store in Holmes I.':,!. Si & Co' Gazette. WILL rerome her regular trips fur the seaso* ,,WW
yNraoty.NJ" B ttera. I bare f ond them t. be all!t yuu rccum tiger Iwv.ig South 'fay < o1l..TUESDAY.etbe : "
bearea'a mend them to be, and cheerfully rtrcxmniend them Building, opposite Dr.BaldwinfsOffice This paper is devoted entirely to the Sewing 25th in.L. at half put two o'clock P. 1L, and -
dear ttLiaiogbia1
tie Machine iiitereaU will b
!- tu the and fur Jacksonville Copies supplied gratia TUESDAY at the time
publtc as a -ift s re reuu-dr the di es- every same aba wiU lasts
all intemted.N. .
; ca>ea hey intended Irep ratiuas iDERE i iJ' krpt cunatantlj on bind a large to f.r Jacksonville. PieuUU and Palatka and $le. .
)1 gt'i dcn raja de IinivNeelerpale DOW in use Very 'p cttu'lr. r+ ur*. V Y and ttell, lecttxl asMiruoent ofDrnw Machines B.-Tb..unparalleled has iaduced several neoess frandolent: on imiutumaf Sewii*; other landings on the St.-Juhns River. :.-a.. .
U. OJ' '. H} Lllta and Cbemicals STAGES connect at the places nan.-. -
t 6 iW; The Bitten are all they them besides namVrooa infringements of our Alligator JLuiisun, and other interior towns of >.
are represented
twining Always received br tbe latest amraU, warranted which we own aixtetu. Jude for tbe ,
pinioct p"tenf.-or
to be. E tat aDd 11 iddl FJoricb.St.A t
fresh and ire aine. Also, of bare been < pum. TIUIIJ, '. .
tufringement our recently
JACEiO. LLu.iana,Aug..) IS34. patents on tbe Gulf of Mexico.. .
lAst ,
Perfumery Comb Brushes 't
Soaps favor in
decided in our the U.S. Circuit C< arta illeYurk .
Dear Sir-J L\vi uedy<>ur German Bitters,and Lamps Daruiu Fluid ic. Returning the CAROLINA will leave Pabotka r, .
; and New In these the
Jeraey. au.ta
.s s iijriE g of the morrow find them all ifiey we rep'rea need to be.and chctrr- at 8 /clock A. M. Thursday morning, Pieolata at: .
.bicb".m be add !lux fir&ib. great principle: <*f bul J.ng down the fAbric to be
Iiuui if Cf fun, recunime them "'tbe putlicaa+ an exce.ltntVrr 11 o'clock and Jacksonville on Friday.at 3 o'cfoffc:.. 'JGi
: nedie.tie. Country urdrra A. M. rleatoa that
ttcttullrr.nrs: reaching ,night,
rte ,
Wi1b fearful sorruw.J..tr ed 1"1".ici.A.D which is cned in all Machines coaacctiaf. y
hrtrd i a w. -'. FADLKXER.ACKTJCWLEBGIISEOT. to. prcscnptiuna put up with care presaare, Sewing with the>ew York steamers both ways 5
and tusbeen eatablubed. The Wheeler A Wil 'M
fully .
.- Ces adrertiitement Fur freight eagagementa and other partictlsra. >
: 4-t dflpatcb.TEAH. -r. : '
and tbe GroTer it Baker Machine
son. Sewing .
ivc&StttLc fctsre burrow apply to W. M. LAWTOS A CO,
I Arent. for the few Turk Pekin Tea Company.Tea as we allege each infringe three dtatinct patents Agents Routben.. .
1i.d.' owned by u*. We bare auita against them in sere ,
.. direct aud ur ,
importation, $4 Tar tiea. JOHN BROW ARD, AnaV"*:
$ -St- ""T'lJE undcrs geed beg leave return their sin'crrr from a.3( tu 1 & in a packl.ll warranted aDd ,oral of the U. S Courts,.which will soon be tried. Sept. 21JactaunJ1e FIs. .. .

1s' ea osr Gnaicr.) JL thaLka. tit the C.t5zn.f Jatlauuville at extrwoelj l.w prices. We hereby caution the public nut to bay any infringing ; -I.
aid its fir their k.nd >fCoantry Dealers supplied, bf order ,Machine, as they can be compelled by For :
vicinity pinC'
+ .
riEHUTO FLORIDA.Uta. l htrotirge Enterprise 11
law to using them, and to costs aDd dAm. :
In with Ca h. atop pay,
tbetr or ms cicnKBt in baeiu.tr. anal b.--. iu- ? accompanied t
-. I.6cibearlyl l.Ttn them that .1 have surd their entire slack GABDEN i FJ.OV-EU SEEDS .PUNTS etc., ages.p'fSr; Local azccts wanted to make sales of ourimproved and is tJlf1$8ilLanding .;-- .
nd bue.-s t: Hr. Lew:* Levy and hope ins also iJwaT*kept uo bai: d.. Ta i. -'
; .. tLc !fay IS-tf T. JlcMILLAN. sewing mach ues. perao..ptopdly Ikt .
atric t .t .hfD wJl merit f .- .
coutinuauce '
Cower '
if KRJTIV Ib..r qaatificd fur the ,buaineas, a rare vppurtua: for, 'St.-lou'i l.1i.. 'co j. 4. .?.
1saapk tL.nd Ekes are ever bine, nicer I s. lU A. MODE 1I O. Fresh Arrivals. ptii6tabId New and improved pleasant mac employment cues exchanged u ti&crea.im liberal The Steamer DARLINGTON' Captain JAXWBsocc '

eiattmi.k'a 4 sby native bowers.kL4Of for old michinrti of ever kiud. will hors Jacksonville, every Sabirdayt .

1slrr4M&are'.caching true A Rare Chance 1. f.SING Lft do CO. morning at 8 o'clock,arriving Palatka aama day, ,. .}
sacs of Corn Leaving Palatka 5 o'clock Monday morning; ia.. 0 .-
vzrb'c,mod the burrs jo ; Principal Office, 323 ilroadwarf X. V. '
Bbl connection with the steamers Carolina and Weuiks _>,'.-
50 Flour
haQtraeTi. Gf rotieate bye: IS OFFERED TO A ELACKSHTTH :. ; lily I-1n will reach Like 'Monroe.same day. Bctarniag;*,J *

+ekatrbre and meai'ir dear I 25 Whiskey; will leave Enterprise at 5 o dock Tuesday morning '.

AND WOEELWRIGOT.* FELIX LIVINGSTON and Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday mu 1q.sari ., .
j. aikik,rr team tLj klu.rt I aleer 10 Pork; *. ]t. '.
arrive. Jacksonville same day. -
S 'lIE I'Qboaa1Ler fflVm for : 6 Casks Bacon ATT OR WE Y1 T LAW KEED
bi Ewers have adieu sale, h'a Shops and ; A. Jd. Aic'tstJaslsoBTitU ,, '
sttsty wept .: iu* Nt..!. c avroU U-v ,.*utd Oar mottu is '*5iu.H pnifiu and quick Sates." [Offi.") Bruward's Br.ck; Building.] ''JaIl n.. R.'ILEID AC&at Palatks > ;. ,
r1ia&l.eky.td! DJT ftrtrt-d tr.. ta the d 7F.t aDd bn ; Can be '' '"
neget.ersliy purecI PABSBCSST Jk ACAKS. Jack-onFille E. Fla. '
t 1een 1hu'iuce.sa- r\JQr.d pie *led w.h ,.r wab,at traits,UD g>K d ter ma. April Stb-tt A. U. UUSSri'\ / t. IpTATlNG? retired from,the Pn.bste office, I HE RRI N G .. ,.. .. .

P. S. Ila on h.n l.1 -Bn: waggt, 1 c-rt. ffJL hate resumed the practice ut Law.in all the Patent Champion.Fire amid Burglar rPILUUk' :

'tist.tsr recta seem to bcwDJT al.d' p.r whets! cuu pld. .Isu a tut tit wagg.rn P port on Spermntorrhna.Pnblished .tarts of the E.stern Circuit and in the Supreme 6AFr$. ._, '- ''" :
'siT' aud Bufgy j>]rags, ,haze a qmntitr uf r-.GJ' made J by the Howard A alinD.PbJ..delplti. U urt at JackaH viIie also in the United States THE great interest manifested by the pbtfe w : '. .
+.UD sa'w, woo k. .u.I.be: lor FtrouT. and T.IhM getters, a Rc-p f''em Spermatnrrbeea.nr District Court at St. Au(ostine. Having during mors: perfect security rum lire," :
f&adEOk hcd and yew all "t wh.cb Can b. bought vtrr ..., ral! and t. Seminal Wt-aknea. IWl'Ott"fcebe Vke.olOnamtkO ; my occupancy of the Prutxtte office acquired corn saleable papers, saco as&..Uxrta .a, Dade:f.

.df, is ce,aid mr ere hay li-tf JA'S. A. FAR ER.Y..tfce ilfBturbatK..r eIf-Abne, and otherI .dd".bio.t&lUllwi'y'> witb all matters relating io Fetea, and Books of:Aeo>aot, thaa UMin erdina, '
tfet \ six ) aeanes wf the Sexual Org ins. within aeomnt of tbe estates uf'minors and deceased persona,.and Mar.- heretofore IUd h&cla1l'.mt. iDdaciad iii& ,." ;, .'
OMe and s1c T. to Debtors and Creditor<* the error and dt"Ct'1llivntl..r Qwck..nd **iaanledrice ibe settlement of accuauts by Guardians and AantioUtraturs Subscribera to devote a 1 J irx.'D uf time and ; >

.cJII'I;h krt amt ni>11E UfideTKigaed b-vice been pp-Tinted Adm. to the afiicltd by Get R. Calhoun ). J>. Under my service* particularly to attention.daring tbd psVWfc.*y are' iX iaK c; } ..
warerin l
b ne, m u tratur of the E&ute ot Th.maa C. Consulting burgeon uf the.Aa cithm.. a benero- perrons baring' buaineaa in that line. 1 will also ''i'proemuAt4 sad vaur fur t4u J u4.r. '\1" ,!4- ..

tNnpaf the cce.n'. rer,;e, BUncbaid, drce>aed, hereby gives notice tn all ,, lent Inatituttun, established by special Endowment strand Pensions, Bounty Land and to all other they now beg leave ta auare their. numerws*. .
e die only 1 .i persona indebted Ui Aid Mite to cucoe forward for the relief of the .ick and distressed, claims against the Federal Government,entrusted friends,aud the public geOtrJly, that their effjrU w .#", .

1 so 61 Kttlcai spot,tU tatat&riag acid rtte! up. Aud altptraooa having claims . demands against kid Estate are noUurd to preacnt A copy of ibis R-port will be sent by mail (m a nuwtifier the"proved Bcrruig.'a Patent WorldsFair .: ,
theca to the nuden igted. within two rcara sealed mTeU'pe,) free of charge. on the receipt i of Premium Fire Proof safe,"as the't. .y $"- ;

.- ;jBwti'is that answer mine fri m for d.te'sf tb. notice ur the statute will be two stamp t p...;! AddreM Pr GEO. B. Laborers Wanted. I CHAMPION SAFE OF THE WOULD, .. '; : "
Cad in bar f'Mid daia.a.CHARLES CALHOUN, 5o. *South Ninth Su Philadelphia tj
.1tIf..luaell + > : :
wilt aeveity.fiie (15) ceata d.. -I
Pa. Ter
pay sand "
rht, tines nI aadoeM dwell. : ear 29tb JCt WE bwrd,ur one dull&rp day.without j Fair, London 1M1,. f ; :'

11\ mat S w vy land! farewell.p Jackmarme. Kay 1 ilh,J $- .. irau>r.. beard fur labo rerm, to work OD the FLORIDA rend And la If e\1t' y Qrk, tU > :; ,';.1i S4, ::
As tu all others. It ta now.vados bte4t" .
--- IN OTIC E.SIX GULF COTBAL RAILROAD. Paymeat to b. I snperor ''
11>i., WEEKS after, date we will mk applica- nude at the end vf every ,thirty day*. Work tacoaimenc 1 anti ed to that, ,appellation aad,,scpired wilL. ".f
IF Sruna.- stew Boots and Shoes. !n'a Patent P.-derProut Locks which aJ.-i' '
the IIun 4f4ble the Jadge/af Prub tea *ua the first dar*f March next ( <
tarsettiag Liweee L'verp..duttb.Indun 7 .CASES >rw Bunts and Shoes just received of Xaaaaa 1q Ctrauty. fur .letters'of Administration 'L.J.MILLER A CO. was'awarded Uedalaaa above.) forma the SMS* '- '

d Jiutth Anxnca There Csas and ur sale by PAXXBCKST A tzp n the Estate of L.JL Hofao,late of said county, .Office,Jacksonville,E. Fla. febT-tf'Merchants' uffcred perfect Fire to the and PcJblic.Burglar Proofs Safaa ever'Ufor- iTbeSub.cribersalapmantfaetanallkinds 0
sod DAKS.
,7e, well built w.th April tf.b..tL A. 1LHUS. EY. Agent. deceased. M05KOE D. HAGI5 : if a1. .
bega i a bop rate ur JOUNH.B.HAG15., Hotel, Boiler and (billed Inm,Bank beat and.Vadta.. o. 0 .
t"l ant tittle over JI Vault Duora. and Jdunev. Boxes Cheats, for ., ,
"ILlme assert that these FLOUR -\DL\CD. Kewnansrine.; Alaeboa.Cu,TIa.May2 JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. Brokers Jw Uers,; and PrinCe Hari.. tar .
-q bIe m.ketba rua from BU Extra Genocwre&JFi. I tb,18i -12tFrench undersigned beg leave to avail himself of Plate:w.cuoQ.d.aDd other Taloahlea. Aad." '
30 : .
,!lt$ c141'or uda. 2 i Sacks Georgia Flour.Bat&ela I THE UP .tlUli11 1444, notifjing his friends also Patentwa.' (brptjirWae.)and Uasufws fa" "

IRA Cure. New laadiag, and far sale by Mfllinery and the public gw erally, that his- buys, ia of J onea'Patent Fermntatioa sank Ltt eke .
-f'-dtt March 26. lb *. J. C.BROWN. : now open 'T the reception of permanent and tilL.Ci C. UZIUW G CO.Pdmktess, "Ut" '
Peree. t f'amIn.topa
4 in E.I... 0Ht.tt And Dress Making. transient boarders by strict attention to buain ta ;i.e'Block, 'Nos.! 11.S JJ7 A 1.Ws fer to. "' >
mOTIOE., and moderate charge*. he hopes to merit a bb n\ j '_ JD Y. : p

ooeaeqaeat .isa rl.mare M'HIBTT days .fteriUte. I ban apply to theAun.r.b. > lraa opened;arUer t1triiiti. share ufpablic'pttninage.v" 0 - --- .I', $
'4 primacy ubrut J. ',William "A. Forward fur per MRS.,174 Urun ntun. Street aiDe a. fA 7-ly' JOHN,1SOZEMA3, ,Proprietor.V CASH PAJD. FOB p}. '; '. r

.a1nta'* Ltyc. iu the Terri.e nuaaiua iaaeil the real estate,shaded la the Town Dr Ki'"g MUlmery.Jaofl is constantly recemnj' .GOODS/- :land 'Wam ::
--1Ia11DUifcs&itsrlLtt of Jacksonville. TionoU; 4, 'the htirs **f Mrs. per Steamers new'sud 4'emst11ct of Btooatc; NEW Bounty ;. / + a,

J'UJr1"PrPCL" Eta L. Feraande; deasaeL aiao Dress aAdiUatHla Pattern+ .' -s. .. y JCST received arid' for sili"aaTow as at say PHILIP FRASEB. ..,,
BY .:
r 8.D.FERfUDEZ. I Orders promptly attended to. establishment tn this state by ;. ,:
,CL lit cuslsr. t JaM Snd 15Mw.. Goardiao. Saraaoab Nay 1l, 1" 4t March 2*, 18M. J.C. BRO WF.C may IT-61 .aj' "'.::.

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'q ES W.-a--: BLANCHABB- : ,Cheap' fr: .Csb_ : :W*, .L.n* I Ci'ectU.-i,: i I H, : BrfJOTtMUY'OfHiMJUinV CUIBL1YE1

T'a* .-'Pour Dollars per annum. ,payable trpon .AT. tiffs
twining the Paper. : ; .DYSPEPSIA w
& GRAVES t"-
bef nlhtup1ratioa BURTON
SabjcriptionsVif DOt.f4 ...
<,, the yew,en chargd 1. Jaundice,. Chronic: or NcrTeoua DC-

Adrtrtisemenu .aubemMrW at the fonowtngritesOne -No. 3, .UDUsr.. 1LWK, ;msnmTJJ'A: xnr.LJ: :., bUitr. Disease- of tho and ee0n"
Dollar per > .noC ,.etytllo-) for ,, Kidneys, oosscxtza! lntereoaf9rWs S's"d

'the first,sod SeTwtj-Fire To Cents Adrertwer for every a ItbersJJisooantwiflb aubse- 'THE 9abscxt'benl ita re Jut reoeind &geceriaiaortment or 2J gar GoodI' at their biw store x a1da, All Diseases arising from, .a, disordered excess with advice fbr,their'r BW

Mtinsertioa. made.yearly, 'Ail tn.nsieD.1dmtiJe..' cub;they will sell as cb0 AI any other house la the country.' T1( bare adopted? the prin.dpi. Liver or Stomach:, a familiar styte;avoiding
.or ", melt riJjU aDd ftiki ratarss." and invite the atWotiua of the pub lie to a. fJamtaa; of and every;,thing that Jeency
9t.ts (except by persons hiring running ac- Bbeh a* 4U. .*eUpiiU, lawar* fifes. failae*. t. with ant
other article : an fFeauie
stock with
their before elsewhere. In it be found *
purchasing will the following, puny
coast wHlt the office) matt be paid tor previous top Mood t 0 tae ll t), .leklity tM $,IatatlNr..a
)numerous to mention: ... *. from th* matt of
W..tt8.. lUrUHUH, |Jbtl t M Fourf, r.n. r Wnffet IB IB* sofas
at & ci&t.aace'caD" their remit- Dry Goods. ) t'taaratbdcet Ftacstki, 8iakJc or+ nsUmiaf at saeeesafiil practice* exdaeivtl/ M
: rsoBt rorcrn -b the pit of,UM itiMBacfe, awiamiiHf of tie Nerd,. lint of diseases of a delicate or
heisting&4rertlti t, bl the following rates: Prints Glagham.'Checu, 'Uoenss.Oro ried sad l>ifft<.ft Hieaiaiaf, FTviMrikf of tft. Heart.Cboklnt To which i is added rteriabov

One usre (twelve lines! published six Jaconets, ,Grenadines- B&rfgeS. : D< Rhine Silks,. ; of B'dlKirattagMMailOM wbea ia a'*t.t pos! *d'teaaaft,and a treatise ,
oatks&r...... ..$I5 00 '.... .... en>tarn
Florence Silk, Illusion Cambric, .BobineU., tare,UiBineM ortUtua, Dotse M w. ta4ight, tows and eur' of the Fevr
Two squares" & ;, for six IDOU th..-......20 00 Lawns 'Muslins, DLaioe ; 'Chpe f ever and rf.U Faia la tu. Head. ,ftdetIC'of h rp- Tatlatony q Ti. **
aDd other Baa1Deu Cardsperannum.15 00 + ration,jejjowue..ol tke&kia and KytWjfaiB: I. Ute 1'Mfi.re.
;( Cravats, Hosiery, Spool Cotton, Cora., '
"..b..or" f VJWV* v----- w -v Tww'Dtk
.......T 00 b.ckebesth1aI4lhtyad.d4ea j-p
Koticzs to debtors and .
Grass Osnabnrrhs, Brown Bleached Sheeting NsttgATb..
Skirts Sheeting
r3.ruin|tutu r'hrsb. eo l..ta.' ...(ialM|*of nO.. aatbor of
Application for letters of administration 00 .Ticking; .PUidi, Btnpcsr '' Drill st treat depreMioa of pith..*. the majority of hone who afc
Kotice of Application! fordismissal MAdr. .' Mosquito Nets, Ribbons,Braids, Staying : Webbing;, The,roptIo-"J( /. BUI".e aneadca of the paWie- IG disease of which h treats, is
...lttr&&nr.....;;;....;.;........".....to 00 Whale i Bone : Hooks and Eyes Edging and Inserting, ,Mettr Charts, thb prepvatioitt dow" MI wild. fcttlbc of the sta ..r e *<> the best College ia the United a
For anoounc ement of candidates for off ioe..JO 00 Linen CariibriiHandl erchiefs'Jc. Ac.Boots. ftdraevia Ke snnooncement will be made unless the time .. |>U reeoMiBw-BJed. e i to the vietiid of h
e bf ecoapanied with,the amount charged.! A9 ..1SlOeS.Ladles I ll U no sew aura Blued article,bat ww that a**stand. 1 or and maJpracij**. d
Calls on to become candidates, will be Black Silk Concress Gaiters,' ,Men's Fin Boots, the tr.t of a tea years'frtal. ketnr UM[Ameak.a peepfr, experienced fraftt ner; a
persons "
,i to be paid fur "', colored Ties 4' .. Shoes '. &h41u upagdon and sale I.v.tyalkd ay say,.tewiacprrparati integrity they may< phe the pttsrlttt'
other sdrertisements ,
inserted u \ : ..*u"' .... The tenliacv j in lU fef"'r gi..m kytb JOB, SL
iarsriab/! in adrance.tjpeci .". FiDe English Kid Clippers.. Kip: Brogans, .. Mtwi prouiiiMM aid wc.t Sawn niy. iuM nil IA FronA- Iroadwrnd1,
*! notices 10 cents per line for the first *' French .'* '8ppenlr dlvidnat In ail part of for tuwauy k IMUKTM, art a ty, PhZi Mp4M.It gives

tndf cents for each subsequent insertion and in .44. ,'! GoatBunkins, 41 .Enameled and Fancy Shoes, careful pcrotil, of ik. Almanar. pvl.IWid anawaHy kytl testimony to th*pru anion mq{ '
BO ess* .to be subject ',to contract llsrrtage notices "Kid. .Cloth tipped Gaiters AC"- U,caruol bot.-.t .r> the eat II k..ptwai that of th* "Medjeal'Maa )." I
each. No 44 '" Kid Ties this roncdy U really niiii U>. cckbiuy It ba a
tl. Funeral Inritationa 60 cents ... .. Lasting Congress Gaiters, ( great Disease of the GeaiUl Orn
for less than 60 cents. Enameled Boots "
special notices .inserted Leather tippedMisses' obuinrd.Offlee
and Maao/aetoqr, No. 98 Arcn-St.' \ long stndinr. have -eom*
Gfettosry' Notices, Reports; Resolution, orPro- Parodi Boots, Youths'. Brogans, J&4tlpbia.. ra. which his skill ha been
os.diags of any Society,Association or Corpora- I Boys Shoes calf JJrogans,, health, ia mperfect
Hoa ordered to be published,5 cents per line. Children Shoes,'a !arge'stc ck, Ac. Ac. FLORIDA'TESTIMONYVKCT been considered BOO*ease* 1_?

,Steamboats will be advertised. at $20 per annum Hats 5* ,' %VUT,Fla.,F....94,185S. .of beyond medieal IB*
."each boat sdyertiud.Steamships < Caps. .' E.O.Owyn ajti_* JOIH.tfinv ilMW kov,blwTwrrck meat Seminal weaka*****, er
where but one is running. $Z0 per. A good assortment, comprising: Meas''Leghorn,' Panama, sew, Palm Leaf; U'ool.. Felt, and Wide : .al. bore,a nu of peer U.,... IlIf1l,;'" lla* of the firacbons prodaeed by
'> if two more >|20 each: Awake Bats, together with Children Bats and Bloomers. I hag keen troubtotl with d.rM HMMit wt the Uert w>t (4cr of venery I da aol know aia MM W1
or .
+ ao aTb.mr Included : witb r u., and MI.JU4tbla'a'ram front pkyMvn" fission. I have been aeaueJataivS j
paper under no circumstances_ ,to be '. Saddlery. 1 Ut..J ibf Bitter,awl I.*on round tk n. perfect ears# some thirty years,and deta,it a*
in a contract. ; A well selected stock, suitable to the'demand of the market. made l a pe*eat eta oape! wf koitlM t>,mm .'.. ,t* to him a*well as kiadaes to its*i
Advertisements not marked on the copy. for a frkBey. kl M .fw tiio f i
<> early indiscretion.,
specffled time, will be inserted until forbid and I Hardware. elrwhe.einvain. Ullbo-.rre4'Hl.lOe..lI4ua..u| ia whose tc

pavmntexacted.: limited' to the!, Hollow Ware, JUives, Forks & Carvers, Pocket Knives; Butcher A Shoe Knives, inqulrlet r r*(I And nr my th raM..ai entI.ol Uium...... entirely I eli< .,aid'tbr i&jwicJ.. rrf-n be and pica ebb one may safjy oufid pntfiMswoal* theaiaelvea skiQ, tai

Y: arryvadvertiers shall space Razors, Scissors, Brushes Spoons,, S ring Balances, tbttoa dtrds. Bellows, cd !>.b-ivw yuu end a ,_....&;1'liuiHCdiauly.M Auasa W*
ccnrtraeUd.for. Any advertisements not properly Cbffee Mills, Chains, Rope, Nails,.Butts, Hooks A Hinges, AaTONIdlllNR EFFECTS OFTIIE GERMAN OJT- This (lswttbout'bemire exceptwiB.
a tjOHMtUti with the business shall' be charged Screws, Files, Tacks, Bolts, Locks. Hooks A SLplcs. Window iStops, TEKd. CERTIFICATE' Iltc.II>I1TU, and intelligible wvrk ta>

separately' and also any excess of matter over the Powder, Shot Lead Percussion Caps! Spades. Axes,;. Angers, &ws, OF pun IIILLKICHMONDCO'Y., clans of diseases of which it twaCT

amount contracted for., Drawing Knives Planes Gouges, Spirit Levels, Squares, Rules, N.U.MARCIM, 1834.. all technical terms, U sddrtMe
Editorial notices for private benefit will be (At enters Sash Tools, Chisels, Tap Borers,Ac. .tc. nr.C.M. Jar""'....n, Pbtla..lVar>tr> I...beets a of iu readcfs. It is free aj
barged at,the rate of not less than 15 cents per Also WOOp. JV AilE such ss Buckets Booms, Pails, Ax.e Belves,- Ac. .ubj,, .of Dnprp, in iu wont fi>na,Ibt th*ran ft*. matter, sad no howwer fro**
Baa. yar. S*'to wu my cowrfiiiwa Inv t..lv. ....tIuI tttat parent
L Books. 4V Stationery. ", the y.ktaa. and air wb e..r '.. Mid 1 a>.i.ldle.Wliiiv jest to'plaeing it ia th* haWs- Me
Blank Books Fools Cv sod Letter Paper. Pencils Wafers Pens Wax Blank Books in this condiuon I wow .ranknl,. die. watering author has devoted many years%%
Sealing :
GALL & Ft1mtNG.ATTORNEYS place la Tirfloia, Teau.a... aid HOt tti Can4iai.k.itwaaoutk tbs various complaint totaled
with selection of School Ikoks Standard Horks and light
a readiflf' BAU water which 1. WMUkva.
AT LAW dky any 19 little breath to puff;and too Lii-
Groceries ffi Provisions. \\bile on.y way BOOM I*t,pp d week at kmM. :-et- impose, he has oOered tothtv
....U in North LariMiaa' *
FLORIDA. ion a village ,b uy rIM effect
JACKSONVILLE, A full assortment of Family Groceries; Dams, Bacon, Pork, .Lard, Beef! Tongues Mackerel, rime baiybeat/ wile. In tb>it,1.-,. AUxit the Ul oC Bwminal* price of 2S cents, At jfc
4 April, 18M. Potatoes Bean, Flour, Bread, Crackers, Ac. Ac.'rilleS the week 1 went late a dm 110,. to gel ....norflHi years most nceessfal prtetiaa..
J. P. Sanderson & f.r ny child and _,Ie" ., There a ere eetenl of the vii "No teacher or punt aaal .l.lll
Liquors l.e pb"U-"D.'Iv me sto...,trod one at then .eeawd to knowledge imparted la this
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Fine Old Brandy, New fFhiskey, Bourbon /Kbukey, Rectified i and Cbmmon IFhiskey take IHMIM interval ia my n-e..al'lrr.. .enr.. would save years of pain. BMttf '

.D taco>hd : :)aao: a09vJseksonviUe Champagne, Madeira and Port Wines, Schnapps, Ac. Ac.. jrieUon,add be bad .been a rfyvpepit ,and .....,'" the youth, lady t ',
.. *.
ly kcB+-flitrd ky the use o("D,.Honf s. Gttauin Bitten .
Jan IT, 1850. tf.: Fancy Goods. ,"prepared ky yoo,awl he> rn+itc4: that I wend try yldtast.A
the Bit"'.. f le,al4.called l&e seat day at ream Presbyterian elergyT"Hunter's ** KI
Perfumery Tooth Nail and Hair Brushes Combs Lookiu taues .4e.
JOHN W. PRICE ; Soaps; ; Dressing ; Medial
sad (intuited to mot< b that 1 w.mld try then that I ...... ManaaT *
The above which enumerates but comparatively) few article of stock offer to attract
uur we
present .
? him I"net mr one biXiIe. He did it, sad I niie areUkioe t upon thousand vf
ATTORNEY AND COUNCELLOB AT LAW, the attention of tbe public, trusting that those who may be induced to call upon us by it will have no it aa diretUd,and. I de say J warn mare keueO influence of the pstsioBS oaryBy4, bas f
Jacksonville, FloridaWILL reason to regret the same. nov 15 i by it Uua nil the water or medicine I bad aver take. habit of selfpul ration, witaeaf
in tbe Eastren Circuit of : : ;
practice Ant rewhin.tt..e Of My adpltonHld tome and tear
and the Counties of Char 1 ton for mf'tflri. hI 4giro I zleonadgaenasepoe **
&, a pre.e.lptiea.1Id ( a dy pepde a
sad Camden of Georgia. dec 12-tf WATCHES JEWELRI I i SILVER 1 WAItE' biia ..att.n Uw Bitters I had left; wkirk fIVcf.dBineb posferity The eotuttta: mss .fare
e a c nod In bto ra.e. II* has often tatted on MM fat raising tonilies bar |**a < 8
James M. Baker, I AND more of Uw eama kind of medicine,Mytnf be WM**** broken duwa, and they d*'act koaatJ
AT LAW kenefiued ky It than .1I711th.r be had Uken.he I have the cure. Anything Uuteaji at 4ea
ATTORNEY Fancy Goods. not teen aM.,to get any pore for Mini or yetT tittee I and tnflwnce the pobCa a 4i
lUIOAIOB. COLUMBIA COCXTT, EAST rLOUOA.M. +1.---- will a oo,therefore,please ship m."adn" aor awn .. ultimately to remove this wi'
A. OARRUTH.ATTORNEY.I1T _EE7i-:IE ... :IE ;JL c.c;;.!, moon a. p"uitte.RsspecUtl'y".yoor.. W.8M IT".)'.n.Tbe.e human wretchedness, troth
LAW Utltr are .TfUL'I vaeu.baa... free boss bl juiag next to th* tefad s

JACKSONVILLE, ,EAST FLORIDA, all injurion la jiedtenu. Cor Mia" ky every dntfsietaBd the preeentandcomisggasscaMie1.
Alllrator, East Florida. atore keeper la Florida and elewber. (or the us. bf inUaicatmj
erne: next door to. C<>1. II. W. Smith, orerJanli WOULD respectfully) inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country that he has T..McMILLAN slain thousands :pow tbtoaea
Afatrliur Preu-Room.I opened,at SOXERS' N BRICK BUILDING, with a large and well selected scour to the hnnua raeev

I stock of Sept,27-ly Jacksonville, Fla. behalf of the afflicted and,
tau T. miacxiTt. CHAS. T. DOW UW.BIBCHET *

To which the attention of the Public is inrited. Getting my Goods direct from the New York manufacturers Charles De Waal gaged ii." 1

ATTTORNEYS, AT LAW AND AGENTS I am prepared! to offer my customers inducements: both' as regards style and price. that can* One copy (securely en rtllsfll
FOR CLAIMS, not be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. r I ed, free of postagci to wyMat

Wo. 490 Seventh street Among my assortment may be found AUCTIONEER States for 25 cents or six
WATCHES.Butter Knives, Fruit do.; ,, (post p id) C03DEX 4

WASHINGTON CITY. Fine Gold Patent Levers, (full jewelled;) Kna kin Rings; Children's Sells,Ac. &. JACKSONVILLE E. .)'. 1 I, PhiUddphia.M ,eIi"
WILL practice before the Court of Claif Detached M ? Consuntlr on hand and made to order from in 0(' the County attended to iiWksdl.rs, Caarsum
any part
d prosecute Claims' before Congress Lapines; pure com, warranted. SALES respectfully Hcited. sopplied on the most liber I

dIM seteral Departments._Jy 19-tm.s Silver Patent Levers; CUTLERY: Good. sent to the subscriber on commission either .

ELLIS & LEDWITHAUCTION .. Detached fur ,irate or auction dupooal, will be quickly RICH C, x
Lapines;- From the eelebrated.m'outactozy': of George Wostenholm ? attend to and amounts speedily: (forward: Tile AJiD MOSAIC

.- ,AND COMMISSIOA. (With and without hunting eases.)' A Son consisting of Pocket Knives.,Scissors Subscriber baa been known ia thia community ft r rnjIE subscriber haviag fast I
AH from makers and will 1 be warranted Shears, Razors, Ac.FANCY. 'of and '
merchants. good a number jean a* auctioneer otherwise, X Yurk with a largs sad

Prompt:attention will be gina to all sales good time GOODS. lie offers no recommendations bat desires that inquiries JEWELRYSILYER WAS1A1
keepers.JEWELRY should be made htnuelf of
entrusted to our care. !Such as Corals, Port Monaies. Accordions: Per-: ounnnereial house at the concerning place: of hIS residence.any respectfully invites the pabK ai sj
JacksbnTille June 12.
ly. Consisting fiimrrv l Tjihinc' and other etracts; FancY'0 Soaps.; He can be Wand on Bay Street,'next to Apothecary of ai is s toclc, comprising ace. it *

That new and splendid Hotel, Gold Guards, Fob and Vest Chains; Pa pier Jlacbe. Jewel Cues, Rosewood Work Box- flail where will be found a Urge stock, of ticbait and most fiabio.abh.
2hatelains,Lockets Bracelets, Pencils, ea, Portable Writing Desks; Reticules Fans Family Groceries and Provision,Shoes,Dry Goods sale, Ltva sad Scroll Jew.kf
THE MILLS HOUSE, Crosses, Keys, Seala,Diamond Ring, Regard do.;' Combs, Brushes, Thermometers ChiJdteD"Toys, Ac. which i will b*offered on aa reasonable terms Alwi Silver Ware and Faa f Tb

Jtoffitff rioted n tke Comer of Meeting and Queen. Gold Thimbles,Sleeve and Collar Buttons; Tea Bells. u they can be obtained any where else, C>r cub Iidy and other presests 4

Streets, Studs Cuff Pms, Brooches, Ear Rings; Together with various articles, too numerous to and country produce. cheap for cash nor 15
.. C9Daoin'IIndfurnitJut C8 5130
i" a ttylt not exceeded out of the Children's Loops,Scarf Pine Ac. N. D.-Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry, -

at, .t A'ne Tort, continues open for the rtceptionof&oarltrtand SILVER 'WARE.fully repaired and. warranted, at' the Stable. JOMEPRDealer
the. TrateUina PiMie.T. Livery
\ shortest notice ia Palate
.. ,
s. NICKERSON Comprising Dining and Dessert Forks; -
eu: Propriaor1'raserFACTORS Table, Dessert+ and Tea Spoons; I .J. "1 TERMS CASH..*' TIlE fabscrlber' will keep eonstantltonbsnd B No. 11 HIM
sugar Scoops, Salt and Mustard do.; Nor. JoeONMANH'OOD of good Horses and Bunpes to let- CHARLESTON, SOCTH
ConTcynnce furnished to any part of the coantrr.
eoostantlv fur aal aFaints
Cooper ,& Horses boarded bf the single feed day,, weak ormoottu Kepa *
Transparent Window and Oils of all
I Shades and By moderate charges and personal attention ana

AND. ITS PREMATURE DEOL'INE. Paper-Hauginra Uplwlatering and he bup s to j(4fo a liberal abate otpatrooajce.. Window Glass, *
peuUne, ,
Stable on '4\c DU'I&rett.m the .vest pan ot the
Jest: Published,Gratis ': Grits-
AXDCommission Bedding Warehouse k'ixtales,
THE troth THOUSAND town. He also hn lots for the.kccomm KUtIoa ol '
Merchants : Wholesale and Retail ,179. Wurconers sad DroTers. rarioaslWATCHMAXHl
Few Words on the Rational Treatment, with- Kingand '
S BAY STREET' ''SAVANNAH, GA. A: out'Medicine, t>f Spermatorrhea or Local corner of King & Berriaford-st.., ,nor .15-8aio .' MEREDITH- PEABSO

WM. ACPUCT cs.] fJ: o. Cocria FBJUXX.ISTProdoc Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions,'Genital and Ner* :Charleston S. C.f4subaribetraa4aiagalarpea4wrtmeatn. i
& of every description: sold oq ous Debility, Impotency and Impediments.to COME ,AT ,LAST.
Commission.d Marriage generally. A. LARGE tut of choice Ooshen Butter and
abottGoodt: 50.000 roll PAPER 1b
eao-tet BY D. DE LANEY H. D. of lUSGlSQs Mi ,Ches4uOiJbtr- (lath* Room
_______. The important fact that the many alarming com 1,0008f WIXDO WXITAVES; 100 Jl ale x : A'those delicious new Dam.s.a..Co HAYING:
JOSEPH GltlCJB plaints originating tn the imprudence and soli- of every detcriptum. AUo ,Pillows, IhUtert, Late .NeW' Weoa SSdsa.JeIO & *
; General Commission, Merchant, tude of youth tray. be 'esslly removed without and MtuUn Cvrtoiru, amatttt Satin de Laiiut.Omfcff : if Shoulders do. the public generally Waw a
86 WAT ST. -NEW You Medicine is ia this small B lidt. Fir Screen* Venetian BlitWi .
& tract, clearly demonstrated '20 fibls Mess but twtnryix years, a* a
truer and prompt attention given to the scale of ; and the entirely new and highly' succesafal 6 .'< .Choice Henry Leaf Lkrd.Pork. to gin entire uti ftctin:i*

all articles of produce entrusted to his care, treatment as adopted' by the Author,,'fully' exlained all iU bra/vAet.. their work don la a
1 and all orders promptly! complied with.sp129tf > by means .f which .every ODe is enabled %;T Oath: paid for,florid*JfH..W. 5 Beg Socks jrronnd do Salt.do do.3ft L"Wstehee. Cktotii,asst,

to cure himself perfectly and at the least possible KINSMAN & CO. 10...&izes Tobacoa assorud. ,. the shortest notice.
1 cost all ; :
; thereby avoiding the advertised nostrums
J.- II O I M IS S, of the day. e diio..71T 10x1 cigOtri. ,. .

General Commission Merchant, Sent to any address, gratis and post free,'in a ; '. & Cases Cb&mp*! Cder. rer"'"
,0eneral Old
100 WAIJ.ST., NEW'You, sealed:envelope, by remitting (post,_paid) .two : Brokerage. .23 Bbls. Choice Manongsbala Wiab1J i v.rubl. trad of Id'w
WILL pay particular attention. to sales of Yel. stamps to rVlIIEJL undersigned Is now prepared to'asrr the 1 BbL.Extra Old U..rtr'D.: A ,abut Smiles tram flew.
:; '' low Pin Lomber, Live Oak, and other Southern na. A DE LANEY, i commuuityatlarg. ln his line ,of baainesl.I 1 :" Choice Old Peach,Brandy. Yellow BlDt; eoaUiniaf tit

Timber and Produce; and to orders fur purchasing IT, LUpeaard 8&feetNe" York City. I Bo will attend to the alt of Negroes, Lr.adJ.or 20 Bbls. Rectified Whisk land. There U oath*,pIWI.*<
P. A II.
other Ota. ,
Merchandise.: Feb. 21-6m any effects pL&ce4ia his charge. Letters hose eeittlat
Janli-y .and oat hoasea s
6 y E. Bam..
I addressed for information, will be promptly replied all oI.bteh togetbst'wM>M

; x DENTAL NOTICE House, Sign,' and Ornamental to. Bit general" acquaintance: la this State, 1 Bbl llalsgft Wine.Now old rt a\mabl < ,"11''.
and landing and u and tor ale
others render It unnecessary append rsfetvncea. store orMircb amaD trsattaa lis
Also two
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subscriber, ioX '
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street,will attend to all branches of in : NEW SPRING GOOBS. B tractaatsisiafeu1
Dentistry;, ia the abov* branches and solicits
,:* the most approved and carefoll manner.IP share olpatroaa JAMES UARKNESS.CBT a LAND; WARRANTS. :, 10 000 YARDS New Spring Rt vies acre, adjoining the Seat.**)ItitlAeJatokioavili. '...
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