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The Florida news
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George C. Powers & Co.
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Began in 1852.
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Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
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Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
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Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
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Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.

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iAc5KSONviLLE; FLA.-: SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 18531 ; NUMBER 11.- .
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: (From'tht'London. Brituk' -- ... .
Justness Qarbs. Army Da ef Dee.2.J V V 1 4. '
: on.the other hand, that Loujs,' Napoleon Ho will itr&e'for th6Consulate (or"the ; 'and.: heated .
The Uncle Tom's Cabin manIa. : parasites, punps, prostitutes, ,ThVB1wJI; ,
\ PiCItAY 1AXKETT/ -PhjBICIAN is popular' with th m.: If,England:interfere I Dictatorship and'God ,knows what* will by wine, he'tries to-rouse hhnelfhi this ,.t .or'.

of i..r. ?Rblk.tukiig HEAL TUTSZLJ- with American Slavery/ she: will, (follow" He"ttrutlt... "the"eoitp tf rial despicable way'to emulate his untie.Xot'a .' In'an ti leiDth natmie"XI
., When, some time before not_effect her object, but the result of ,December 1851 tells in. :June' '
CI"e s. r/_, 4t2a.r7eitiet efr ago, long the may history _, : dozen persons in .Paris,apart the fofiowing Veli i"
". ";tV'r,.*
"' ,. _:runl 1i llie.8ttitu tf to,take up. Uncle, Tom', Cabin in the herself; We have no patience-(o pursue in the March. of the,present,'cutrimt "The this.. Butt have told it. Was I present ; etnxadpfttiewia.' t r. .

NJ'W Tons AND PENNSYLVANIA. apartment ofan American friend, we this subject further., The book'is V raise in alms at the.jnp t., His 'gaze is1 Did I receive'the report from one who West S. Tne'pKtew'< fa&. i

Offioe with E L H&niwa A,Co, jMlcfonrOI, stumbled upon a passage of the first force fact,'as the fine ladies arc false, in ,senti fixed" TTpoh ..the'crownV Before: was present T Was the orgy revealed 'to deeia'.1Jtil, ".co'-'*""', './ ,

ki0w Od 23-tt in cant ana nonsense.. It was in the style ment., The good and the evil to be done there trill be a revival of the Bonapartcan : a second party and then to''mo? More is,confirmed v7v byuceouaUirwaquarters r *tl' 'V II.II.,. -.

of those anti-slavery, American coast- by this excitement on our part are in dynasty,and the French will kneel before questions I cannot answer ,. of' !; ..

t,' WARDLAW % WALKER blockade tracts which: :we remember comparative force and reality. the tears flapoleda the.Third." The' empire; has I give.the information. true, ,exact, : p lP .'

Factors. and Commlssioa KutkanU, abounded some V years V since, and which of an'Adelphi audience mpar'to the come., and,historical. It:may be:denied.. That "Our legislation bb&tzte1tf;

'f*. lfOnK'ATLAJITICWRAU. assisted'In betraying destruction so tears of blood that arc:shed by n:tions.' V T.K man who predicted :these events will onljprece its truth, asfota Boa- the preS rJ ebAMeU" '

"% A.\VAUt.4W., CHARLtSTOV. 8. C. O.rA.n. :I many brave English seamen, and cost the This intervention; be indeed aceurs d. i if iro'&mniol rmm.. .He thinks and looks ,apartistto"'say a thing to bo is to prove slave. After the EmaficipaUdtf 1" '

Ai'au: 31 3m I lives of so many unhappy n
it U our deliberate opinion that more we arc peace-stricken hypocrites. movements quietly] ,and gathers knowledge _-( -J'diWJt.. ,. V

: WILUAM M. TUNNO crime, abomination every kind, loss of Thaddeous of Warsaw did not cause us whlehf! iifbur view, no..other man at this Dismissal.o f t he Ni caravan Minister.1! [ for the benefit;of;0>? :

,' Factor Commuiioa. Yareaaat, life and misery, bvc been caused,by our interfere ton"behalf of Poland.. Yet moment in'or out of Paris, could ,find ana it TTSS*Bdped tnsjectf

jOCTHlial wnrCnaRLtpovTfl' CAROLINA intervention to the negro race,,than thrice Miss Porter's work was not overdrawn, means for acquire. His previous predictions
at'rt ", 1852. v v tf the number of years would have wit. and in merit how immeasurably superior give us confidence in what he tates. the following letter of dismissal to Mr. assimilated tbdrfe1i.t1i 1

nessed had slavery been still the law of I. to Uncle Tom's Cabin T Alas I that the In fact we know him,'and know that he Marcoleta, Minister from Nicaragua ,to all theinlbnnatioei;hid recW&less 1.t-1l6:

9. H. HOCKENB1UGH Europe and all America, and been allowed 1 following verse should be K likely to receive would not detail as truth what he did not the U. S,.Government} 'than. I'from. ,' -thfr, tisibV pYeb&fl 1l

OENERYL COMMISSION. MERCHANT, its full fling throughout the whole civil an interpretation by such means. know to be true, for he is generally one ; RnI&'IT.OFSTATE, \ the case, we are constrained" botiere

112 7W/ St.,.Yetc Yorl ized world. To avoid our cruisers what The Devil, in the likeness'of Haynau, is of the least speculative' individuals we "Washington, Dec.30, 1852.,J.V that .these hopes bvebces'cIalk&tTh': "

W AUETtL Orttton. attention will be Riven to nales of forced marches and confined stowage have addressing Lord Palmei-ston in a farewell have ever met. "Sir: Some months ago Mr. Kerr was ahabita not acquired witi i iitflffBc '
1e. ,
Sugar ,Lumber. Timber and ot crors1iteWs
Alhrr Southern rrodQ Also, Merchandise pur.ebaaedoft been adopted I How many unfortunate letter : Well, that gentleman-wet 1d give instructed to request that you should be industry
i tfeaAUit-
ntt ftdruiUgooiu forms. Ja.081IJ-ly blacks have been killed by our grape and May the negroes yon stride to sot free, his name if, we were permitted"writes recalled, and some other person appointeda independence. litU tt belter' ;

JOSEPH CIIICE round shot! How many put out of the Forge the chains of a Jendlicr bate the subjoined on Thursday last, and l all representative'from'Nicaragua to this an uncaptttrcd brute7 flsI.aer V
Than the world has had feW of.IBs resCrutit of'ciVaixatjn brizmen1bIEtofei
ryes yet to see I before whom it. comes can its ; j
to the measure
lighten slaver avoid Government"A ,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT way flying or In the of ion'. of:its' feecetsiilc
gloom aprond n" fate : iad
detection While the worth, and the amount of credence to be received ; ;
we despatch
.13 WATER STNEW-YORK. philanthropists BeyourihopVeepers ruin'd, your commerce was ycstenlay the wants of his1 natttresVttsilj'sm'that
have furnished the slave-uionarchs fast bound, attached to it, from what they have already from Mr. Kerr transmitting a copy'o(a
awl attention tll'e $
STRICT prompt iron to the ale at { :rsd 'OC''wiiea' l ii.
artielef of prod nee entrusted to hit care, with*arms to take them captive-Brummagem And your people by taxC and ctcam engine learned. The revelation will seem letter to him from 'Senor (" teilou, the called .
V Injrfl nrnlen promptly complied with. guns, pistoh, and cutlasses to ground, curious to manj; to ns it is by no, meansso Minister for Foreign Affairs,who.declines, npoA for notbngtmf, :5ttiiVde.
exertion. '
seize land Mammon sultory l 6ta iIe
24.M85Z. Many l
.-April tf hunt down the unfortunate wretches, for coLfound philanthropists you, as we are aware of the sources: from on the part of _the Nicaraguan Government instead
of :
V ,becomingiUntbuaI4d.
S. N. William*, whom hypocrisy prays, while neglecting That which once was n free land. which much of Us information is derived, to comply with the President's request have become '
and how he derives it. That it is men, vagrants an4guittirrs,
COMMISSION the Hindu and stoning the white man i Yes true and a wish that the
MERCHANT we are cutting our own throats expresses and it is now apprehended that W1Thof" t'
JiCKSoiriLt.E.: FLA.. Philanthropy, too, sweetens her tea with with this hypocritical, tying sympathy. we are convince!, and" that the British reason on which it is founded given to failure culUvationlfflSV.iZanV rffl1

r/TEPS cotwtanHr on hand and.for.ate! a en.I ,: 1c-growusur, a halfpenny. a pound. Let British ladies, if they want a safety government are"' to the machinations ] be submitted to the Nicarajruan Chamber. come the failure of .
.. era&anortmcnt ot of the French Emperor is evident from "This would be followed discussions *. .
cucaper, rcnnea oy negro blood, at tIle valve for their hysterical emotion*, as well course by structin | '
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, expense of West India proprietors.How as a means of notoriety form committeefor the revived state of our defences, from of a most'uprofttablc character, or controlling t&ip6pulaioDy; "
a So imminent does this..mnm-JAAiio'
OF THE .FST: acrio\\ the imbodimcnt of militia from the ap..
is the our nnot'cons
I cotton raised, let us ask, the of the and besides, the President nt
and will cll them lower for rwil than tbejeittbebonght that enancipation monkeys addition to maritime hand and from pear, that mei oraiahayib&n altrned'oY 4 s..* '.
elsewhere in the 8oeth. supplies the raw material for the which afford them so much amusement our : that any condition be attached to the compliance classes.of colonial: 'C et WtilcTW : .
C-CJulr1lJrodl&ce taken in exchange at liberal white slaves at Manchester All such on Sundays the Zoological Gardens the establishment of a Channel fleet. of the Nicaraguan Government .. iw. .. .
aloof from and ool .8-
lag polities1 not .
pricet.STOIK The is the communication .
points woman never thinks of and if following with warranted the principlesof
A most and truthful work request by
touching more !
corner of Union and Ferrrth itr eU for. V bench and the bar; but the -
referred biabopc1evjj
fnrrir owned and occupied \tj Mr.Ja Armstrong.J.kon she hears them, cannot understand.' We than Uncle Tom's t&bin might written to: V public law and the practice of civifeed and ministers of all denominations

ville. Oct.2'. 1851_ly_ will be bound there is no peg in Harriet's on the sufferings of these; while, politically In a secluded part: of the wood of States. I have, ,therefore, directed Mr. land'WJtl1out have raednJecT# f

Wm. DL Lawton & Co head, whereon ''to.hang au infercnce.he ."- it would be harmless. No.1 t They Bologne, at a place called Matins, Kerr to renew the request for your recall their conviction tLitiitatl&of' $ !

FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS sips her tea and cries aloud, "Is ho have no occasion to invent, any more whiloine the residence ofLamartine, i i.a is and the appointment of another minister. relief the'rcligiooa'and d cifioUlciti.tuonsVofVtbe tuKety'.

AXD not a man and a brother!?" Bat this i ill than to borrow, an opportunity for the !house surrounded by tree, 'and the "Meantime, I have inform, you'. that island) be abandoned: ,
Nt I 13 Siittlt'rH Wharf Clmrlesto, s. C. ;
pardonable. We cannot the Duchess windows of which communication be received from
excuse exhibition of their Christian feeling and are never opened cx- no can and the"masses of, th Otih4'7itro.grade .-
Wx V L Wai.M. TAVIXW, .
B.Wi\r WTOX ioHTB.icoT, JoseraT.. DILL.Scpt6 of Sutherland and all those fine ladies I charity. migration and death hive ecpfr9ioetiraes at dawn as if to let, in you as Nicaraguan 'Envoy. Personally, ; a bbari5hu.1'ArcectettTF.z
.lSjh 6 round whom thousands of their fellow- stifled the groans: of Ireland. Let them frcI air. ::This house, all day, and in I regret that it is my duty to address yon .

country women toil unaided-pale daugh. aid vulgar misery at home Lot them many nights, has the air of being uninhabited a letter. of this character. V j13 tlful'rmi ia r r

Load & Co., ters of consumption, whose threads of visit the homes of the common English ; but oftentimes at night there "I have the honor to be; &c., :., ;
life are woven into the lace come about suspicious-looking characters EDWARD EVERETT." .4 .
FACTORS AND COMMISSION up trumpery poor. Let them pny their governessesmore :! Acanuliif &utf
MERCHANTS, adorning the dizzling bosom of tcmalu than $20 a year. But in the name who take up their pests in the thickets, "To Senor Don 'Jose de Marcolcta, V describes the funeral of two'. is '.

yn. 11R. BVT FTRFET.SAVANNAH philanthropy at a drawing-room. What of nations and mankind, of liberty and and then about twelve or one, up came &e. & &." beautiful. girls of eighteen"years. 'j !iiidw

GEORGIA. arc Hood's poems compared to Uncle hope, of their own truth, safety, honor se\eialcarjaagcswith tho blinds closedown The correspondent of the .. They wei c ed ti gT V :

Tom's Cabin Nothing. Wretched in. and salvation, let them, 03 well as the thcx>rte tnchtre is opened mysteriously N.Y. Tribune assigns the following reasons the evening side by-',sideiafraA'lopea'' '
Strict altontion will be Riren te the Kile of Coti of conduct! Miserable drive in and the door closes for this of Government .
*\, or othrr predate,aid liberal adrancM made consistency con. rest of the British public, pause and consider they step on tiiepart our funeral car, in dTeJW.whici.they y
-itb. .1""i.l tradiction of sympathy I What tear well, before the range themselves Oil behind them.- :' had Jb1 e.uh their'on.f,' for ti.

Jon W C Tx..>ro. P II LnID.j.e2Llil. must angels weep at these fantastic folliesof the side of the violent American abolitionists What is this place? It grew out,of Mr., Marcolcta's eoUr Spanish ball which was Co :sit tilrc* V'.

2. Jy mankind and betray by folly the cause It is the residence of Yirgiuie la Sabo- pending the, negotiation of the famous place on the evening'of theirDorSil?' !Tta' V

E. 'V, linker, IIo"cycr00 are straying from our intention. they arc still right with their hearts aloneto tiere.'Th treaty of mediation and settlement, between ear in which thecorp s't 1''d

SHIP CROKEit AVii.nKXEKiL) COU IIS. .. ,W uuintaiu that this one-sided advoe-atej or it miybc- the worse for ?for many persons-iadccd,nearly 'England, tho United..States,,'and deeorst.d.-.eisltig QtJ4A4m41= .-

MON MF.RCIUN7, representation u creating mischief be. them as \\cll as for slavery and }:n: ttnd. all-is no explanation. But let us enter, Costa Rica, which ')Ir. Marcolcta utterly a I beautifully gilded crowsid, feet ,tkfir

VAXNAH GA. tween Great Britain and the United States one evening lat week, and perhaps what opposed, and Nicaragua afterwards re ( gilded ornamental worV.T re8en&jftwo

?Li roll 20,1S52. ly which nothing can remedy, no treaties Here let us observe, that this i-$nut the may be going on may enlighten us. jected. During the time, .i it is: alleged, half moons.'- In thei/'Bands; Srhlefi

--- obviate, no statesmanship hereafter avoid. I voice of English women any more than In an apartment,sumptuously furnished that finding himself crowded, and the were locked together1 irf.ffit'atUEude:>of

-Boston & Ganby We may say that the sickly iutcrfcrcucc dramatised L'nclr Tom's Cabin i is the is a grand supper laid out, resplendentwith in terests of Nicaragua likely to be sacrificed prayer,they had bo1iqi tl of*4ri1d'mi4

corrov FACTOR AND GNERALV of our flue ladies many, nay most of 1 voice of English: men. And before any plate and brilliant with lights,. and to England, and Costa Rica the protege ,. their brows were cntircW. wiUjofrosesl ,: *S V

CO.1JllSSIO.V.'tCERC/IANTS, whom, would shrink frow the contact of] body of British toatrans or maids shall around sit half: a dozen men and as many of England he indulged in ,some rathundiplnnatie Toe/Wesof-tle ,

+olt'ua lI\T Ap JEFFEa-.o" flTllrY--, .1 thing needlewoman on their doorstepau -*, dare to send over their hollow condolence, women, who;:\\liile sipping their champagne language with respect to were unover d; but,, pa ..

/OIIX SAVANNAH, GA. >i pass unheeding the miseries of or their trashy sympathies, to the mn 1s are talking animatedly of conquest Mr. Webster and the Administration, magnificent i dresses. jftsifff *

.T.IICTO.1. 1831. J lOHf Cm n Gl MJTN thousands of white women, is an excess and matrons ot the United States, we and empire, of aggression and rapine. and also undiplomatically made public the richly worked laced f ell;'ccifertd alaibai

-- of folly and hypocrisy, that will be the would pray for an enquiry into their indi- "Yes," says one, striking his fist on datc'of the negotiations through the journals completely witn offerlogt of floirersV. .wjdl*

Dollner & Potter curse of freedom throughout the world. \.itJuallh'cs and conduct, to see whether the table-a man with heavy; moustache, of this country..' For*this Mr' Web.ster their tray feety encased in oiIed

OEVERAL \IMlNSIOX >I It'tl\XTg, We question the motives of these ladies. they are fit persons to communicate anyexpression hooked nose, and saturnine, bilious countenance demanded his recall. It is also said silk stockings jia1 '

Frtut Ir t. terser MmJrit Lane. rpetflirs.F Among them we see the names of some of national feeling-granting -"yes, when once I am crowned, that Mr.,Everett feels himself aggrievedby were aHghtly cxposedf i fwasDornepffthe'sTioalderVbf.. fW:_

NEW YORK, not renowned for matronly virtues, but fr a moment that it is national feeling, Ijtv ill proclaim Jerome King of Holland the late publication by Mr. Marcoleta. 'twdfeTnigroes -' V

Tlf ILTi attend to all bnimein entiwted notorious for vanity, frivolity, and fash and not a spuriou effort at notoriety on and not only proclaim' him King, but ; folfowfafe t Bc ,'ii

'* tn their nr pro-nplr. Partienlar attention pren to ion-that comprehensive word, which includes the part of a few idle] aristocrats and make him King, while Belgium shall Expensive Dressing among the ,Newt the toioftbl bana ti.Wi. .

.tile.ule of Cotton, Lnreber, TimSor ant Tarponm so much social eviL meddling blue-ftockings, leavened with a reign but as my vassal." nK:LADIES.-.- the lattef still. six ,_a1l1.I M.f'I: .
< : glee to the parehaw of goodt. On the this work aided the said all but whom : whida'th&cajrwaa 'down" In*.be
r7Liliora1 sitcoms uiade on consignments stage, by scorce of Mrs. Nickleby's, scarcely to be "Yes, sire, one, we 'th V upon V
morbid talent of its and the mention. The New York Express say fashionable street at interval >i"b f.Jh-
Feb 21. J8.,% Cm adapters exquisite held responsible for their folly. Before shall not .
cleverness of such actors and actresses they thus stand conspicuously forward is "And then King of Home and Italy, season has commenced unusually playing a lively tunetage /' i r&'

diaries K. I>unii, as are now electrifying and Adcl- philanthopists, we should like to know and Protector of the Helvetic confederation I early this year. "Receptions are full, andalvhi eilj-.i1lM

SURVEYOR Of1 TIMBER fa phi audience, is doing a mischief which a whether, as wires and mothers, and shall be no empty titles-they shall I and large balls.have called forth' a magnificence placed in the fob .and,:'cjiantfirfr cafef"

IL PPOIVTED b/ the rfoTemor,for Pm-a.1 eoantr., century cannot repair. Let the Lord daughters, they have no blot on their be mine." 5' of toilette never before' 'equalled them the.solemn! bttrja*. .fjH'Cathollt
Laying hen < alined auchoflera hit I Idcntl1. and
) aerrito in this new world' Ladies were gold '
*to the pnblie in that eanaeit1'.JMkllOnvillfJ Chamberlain to this. We are play. character, no stain on, their conduct.- "But, sire, England ? observed one : asd- Cbur, ,_.._. '.... ,'
brocades' jBoc dollars #
Feb 7. 18.. tf ing the part of the despot and the priest Are they all without reproach in their silver costiigj .i'.. 1h-
riek'ailis trimmed J tGT One ;
by insulting the United States of .America. and "England eternal nightmare England anymore, a dress, or, ;' of the moat. :
homes? Are they all respected iny '
David If. Oalrfoivny & Co., '
three thou
with lace. flounces from one to I of the IriMobileTribuneitha.yof .
.tY.tV.VAlf d.t What have we to do with the inter. beloved by their tenants, their tenants the acsas '
nal affairs of the American Republic?- their tradesmen and their friend? step I take I find her in my way/ Let sand dollars m value., pne'I lady t high !
\"':"'CT"A"D nr T.FR' it ,that ruWti oWh iir
costume affection Itis
ton appeared a partly .golden j
Friction Matche in rnnnd wood MUI' Marking Why are we to back this great exaggerated Have they individually shown piety and her take care,, perfidious and meddling V
Ink, PJacH Wr'iUnx Ink and LIE? Let the Americans .send out good "illl Are they true sisters of cba-- Albion. Lot her beware that she interfere embroidered with pearls; another wore a a" perpetnal tSrdi[ to SiB ;.
mar 1 7 Oil Paste mackin, lytl. a dress whose lace flounces were :wrought papers, aceounof' b4b6'1ilfWOmeIIb1VIVC
here and write a book which shall tell the it and rAre none of thcm scandalmongers not for as surely as she interferes, .
IV. DIGGS, truth-ay, one:half the truth, of London mercy and mischief makers odiousat V will land on'her :shot eg,'and show them with seed pearls, at the same fete. Another luJInSm ;O1V1'IJ]
:is 'as made & wore X set of diamonds which cost from day wages, ,havqsaved,,at ,,to
1ILACKSXITU AND .v.ACIIlNIS-r city; let them get up a drama, whose once both in the domestic circle and that their Island easily :
thirty.thousand dollars, at K grand party bring 'ovef. either arr rwtt Stbes t a
shall be let them French They fancy ; f
scene m Lancashire I colony was V
the social throng? ,If this can bo all :
JAeao'm'Lut. / &
belles desokfe and }
and even the are, [ starvingdother ,
make out Britons to task-masters with themselves impregnable they ,will :find
well established in their favor then have ; :
KEEPS constantly on hand a'lbJ Pompadour, Instead wearing wnose lifeWR an1 eternal fllih'1rd1ya :
out one redeeming point, over the emasculated their mistake"Thus : .
V : assortment of they a right to speak publicly-in a better V themselves ti IteJ .'- ;
e of
'the or muslin, !here1.y..making traHrfj
\ vonbar laoi PLOCGIK, millions of British workpeople, spoke Louis Napoleon in gaux
do these
his own manvfactarv,of cv.V whose sinews they commence. Let them cause. Yet, again, why not. women house of Virginie Sabotiere. ) old and matronly, m dress at least, character, and may be;foO$$' fl
V '. if they must ,be, busy, contribute, ]
rr kind together with Cost fashion the of
&tl.nt":.r.t I... Choi scud to India or Borneo. Let them .dra like the Roman women of old, to the,de I must now: explain 'who'.she is, aDd and yielding. simplicity among the poorest pf t.Xrib V .. psiqplry.'ill .
of all place, horse Shoes, and and himself there attire so becoming to' youth', and which ; Wesee that "eD'1O JIll .
found promisingthat
matise Warren Hastings .Rajah V how be ,
fences of :their country ? .The day'miy Wetofore marked the New York Iw1ia 'j!{'"'e ia
article ,
$azeeetbet ia lii line. A!* the I has : girl 'Vt =
throw ,
Let them the information giving
Brooke. light on am you mycost
] when shall 'be not '
; LUMBER CAttT* AND WHEELS, its and come they even. sorry I hope will out from others in strange cities as, being noted.. .,ADIii Itp.t.u .
f Outran business, with oppression to have done this IFruMtktNtto, me dear, though ,one !
Ian puce,kept onstantfy'OB hand. or made to poisonings together with the falsehoodsof aid the.rascally police of ,Bonaparte in the best dressed of all, ,from berVabsence very Limerick post .1
at notice.It
order .
suppression and assertion on the part ( York Ezj/rcii) tracing the author of the news here given. of ornament.V V "j i received enclosiut .frop ', :.* i**which!M prepared may be U required eloeato at with V priee despatch which of the East India Company. Let thempaint. A Strange Story. Howl'obtained,it ta secret of life.:end "Being in_a French! moditeCt t other ,:sent by poor Tpwtr,; V

.aIet taU tomt*1L' n* iraald only My to the famine in Ireland. For each deatli. But every word I wnte is true. morning, we were amnzedatM- prices,, -'1iOrDrt'theii onward -tdj4sts'
,\." noe.rap home Indtutry."*i.rerj arti.l. these airy balidF8esiwhich Birth' .t1miI.
bjithe-vay fpf
futrtbamd troet him, or'made a& his.tobluh.ftant American Legree theyshafl easily find an The following singular statement is Louis Napoleon may not carry oat his t h little and fields. eidri- .
-. ,U fallT". to MIT of the kind procured at ] English one: We forced slavery on the published the Belfast((Ireland) Chronicle i. ] after-supper boast, but ,t.he..words were in J14Wtycos' very are V
V .
f ho North.. April 1.184X-ly Americans.' ,TTe are now sowing V there journal which is said to be one, of spoken by him. 4 always becoming i to the skirt1 A tory of ,A o: ':}f 1'.. V
the seeds of dissension broad-cast., We the most trustworthy and reliable in theUnited When Louis Napoleon Bonaparte wasa youthful face was gazing a
& DUNHA&l 1
, S FORT do cot admit that f the negro Kingdom., If .true, i ii' 'disclosesthe State prisoner in Ham he'was treated pink t1tl e. displayed by Madame,which :the. Philadelphia. c..Evedng''I' t. 1ta'kItlateIJ .___
i'A D9. Al1ID consideration. I looped.up here and there with ribbons' to 'le DIJ &.C;.. t.:t '__ '"aIIQ
.' ': V 81a.vcIs'anything like what is pictured m character of the new Emperor of .the with kindness and ; Among .' I' '' L" -

COMMISSION MERCHANTS.8ATA51TAH Uncle Tomjl. Cabini in any case. There French,in a new, light and summarily. others who SAW him for different purposes,, suit,: was quite; a tasteful affair', ;.:wstiftg the receiYWIQWJI9m.. _" .. 'r .tt. 1. .
c'Whah. "
4 'ooBoxAAV may8Ii.try cases approaching it in dissipates whatever suspicions 'may have was.Vir'dnie, a very pretty girl, daughter fivo or ten dollirSperh Madam r ""ObMam'selle to beVithout.uestzop,_the luEcn
:abolitionists ,. "that ,"the of old talot maker in' lJ m. After price of this dress' > I- ; : :) rt4fr'
V *EtiTL ronr,, T. K* Dvin ur. abomination. But the Americans/ been innocently entertained an thcAman' iietnorth ofat _. V
all dollars .
of be ** If false 'while Lonis made proposals they were complete only sixty ., ". '
V not shall and will rid empire is" really to "peace. a ; .' ;
October. 30th. 18 % or ge I
.: : that. With flowers it The .
Slavery as.they j!easo themselves, and why, it is but another,of the newspaper accepted, and two children were the result. and very cheap'at Bule ta: ; ;, .i.ri

1'i :PJ1fljpVIyOJ.TTORXECoysELLoR4rLAW' everything done'i in'England, either. sentimentally ., romances of which. tktf'Ofcr/hew, of ,hisUneW' I'These was,very much attached would be:eighty dollars;jjb j' era, fA&fr" .. .We 'CanDO& 'as-bs If.t ,l.11." Vaecsirst4y

.or:not,.add only torte to op has been the .hero _since .his ,ac- to. They were provided for, and.sent .to )1am'1I11d materialypn is made see. ,'bjeuthn .
: ecbools. his adveni to .so money :
cession to power. There baf been BO first-rate On power V 0. be eomA'b.
>* / JAOUOIttLlK ITtAWILL Y.jIrs.-Sto1ie'hu' libelled her' countrywomen much ,of.the wonderful already: in"the i i In:. 1848,'the'Prince'gave'.Virginie a pension Wealth has lately ,been aectitnulated. soso : *' t!*z*+.**?xinailr .:& .

V ; attend to any professional tasi&tM let them look'to*'that. England extraordinary;career of. :this. man,' that and then, in December"1851, be I fast, .thatexpense J*.'notv,minded.- ."-. '.&sd ,-.,..r.-" ..1r ..,.In_
to tbs Court*of tM ; ,' i her tho beautiful residence above Venice aud.Genoa,.in. theirpalmy .days UORdV nq csbea U.l..f:. ..
should marvel at
back l with HolyweU-Btrect perhapwo.; cease to gave "
*E MUra tbo S.p,. Courts at Deed not er )
.' cbni'l.4; *. .ch ,aaexltntnU.rvm I ignorance and Exet .ha1l cant.' Ifuhedo what' we are now told.are veritable facts, .alluded to/ % I 'will soon' b..cus.qatbjtheVaerehantofNfjOrk. V, '* V 11" V1
V *ponawtimwith a*abl.Iyer at Wub.faftoa she will ow'the: wind and reap;'the V and yet,we presume' it will'be', 'a.,difficult | With a natural taste for I fitas viU dIU" prompt andapee. whirlwind., I Every American in London matter persuade one reader ten_that resembling in character, the debauchery -1' .lV-, .. .: ., : : -V "VV. .AS .

.' .. ,1.' iycolleetioa.lncJadehlau "r" bo placed }f disgusted'with jeUnce'Tom' l j mania the'revelations i in the Belfast paper are 'of the regent'and'Louis'XV,:one:_of the ,'Nemin CO.TbeV.LegWof .. :' ),..... 11" '- '.
'C' ,. kU hands asUast lbs United States. VepllbI r" this State at its late session eharterH LereitlsIeILw9rth, ..
: a J' hUe If'bd go to'a'theatre'he is:insult not of the Slievcgammon.texture; delights:of LouiVNapoleon" i 2wi ''orgy, 1'9f..

'tJ -. ._!:_*.V V V ed and'; .The English|K. ple; on I .There Paris a gentleman: .who,: 'with;.plenty-of wine and'women*;_'In fat/ no le .ibid twenty" .ttfne! ':plank*. 't1J. l ) __ '
builds railroad
.. .1 .al1d.kfo1 Ires the other hand are deluded Into the J falsest in D cernber/ 1847t wrote can I_ .-.J.Inrl, ,,
1'ArtwAviisULTcITOR'. ; notion/ oT' rWhcri the with perfect$clearness that Louis Philippe the regent.and luboasIicit To indulge from a"'te Uo."IO.1JUDeI. u Gt t't.1.L.iiCr.'
; America.f ] a.n1 oar' .
Wet&a1M .
V CHANCERY V J, f; 'throne ofFrance. in these at SC. Cloud and::Elysce"wouldTxidangerousia Three new-ba&ks i incorporated f fal ." .
-: IN slave in the ilrama" escapes'; t into f BritishCanadathere will not bo three months'on the \ :" -
VV> AWG .v'Vj ourxBU COCSTT,Via, i iJ.cheer.vThat ctm1l' ."-* Louis'Philippe was""exiled, in hcrels'a certain amount YanceyrillefYit&acapitalot ,: '\J1eif. )U... .. __..... ..')! ,
,"I'rrnL praoUce b tfa teriral eotiatiei 0001. ; 'That of pubGo' opinion;'still/"alhre}*but stben ..t'E'Jtobrth(CltyVwi th a branch at Greenborotign *-!Ta1. t1aan. .
be Hallitnce 'v At JeJ.---,1848" gnt1eiun.Vwroto .
lt' JVibe Baatora beiat CJremJtof FJoridalIaTaQtM oot us ,day" our- < 1. .
I qSlI"roftMM i
V f the teatfcom Cfftalt j and la a4dteioa to-his V America should De.pneJjfjWbj*not This Bonaparte'scion is a rah tor.t: *>Npt aman. .and Jhat'has-been, selected. by,bin. ; as' the CapiUl ; 800 00i The-.capiuL,.tjf tie theEn upoeeoflLM. "
UVflttV lfofzaaal '4atIeI..u prm$37; ,' onfercnces, on jlheaffairs' Bank of'Wadesbotough' waii increased i tft:_ _. tQlEeIn
feels the(instinc scat oClislnMdnignt .
b ladies Interfere behalf'of .looks at him:bUt. : .
'e the i44gJinctio. or fIaIof t1 thd KoffU 'onx 71- ; -
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.. "' "...Apt! f'... JL."C4 V the enslaved Breach'peoplpf: We belierp! avoiding '.him. M'asV..V/;treacherous', ....17:. of,f "the"empire.Sv .-. Jut4.. .f'."Surrounded-'.' .co .?.J". t '. 200OOO., JLIui4.elr..n tJ'# 'it t 'fI 1 dAr4 t, 'l4lsct SaJII5J4trrV 7 "O V V

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\r (hoped the removal for result,of ..the"' moaojely), ,).& its. i; A Plank; : ; Road Meeting., S S committee,, :consisting'I of. Councilmen; Village- '' The:train. ",:was under": the conS S The General AsS%.

/2 Will ouV-cotempo-{ : Butts, Buffington and Townscnd.:' dnctorehip Joseph Aboin,, ,EM., who
vary be good enough tell ns vnst ("thenopedfor A meeting of the toc&hoIdcmst the was at the time ,standing on tee, rear The 'most i important, measure-of thasession -

results", ww,.hcftrwas so' CIJ bonille'and'Alligator Plank 'Road ..Jfiscdlaneous.. platform, and seeing the car was about to jse4th House' on Tlrandar:

very extraT&gant'iItour merchants 'mill--. Company," was hehl at.the Court House Cemetery Committee, to whom was w be precipitated down the bank, ho jumped night, the Senate, last night, wfth :ameni,
erred bill of'Belle cHasse &,Finn g\,reported -off, {nereoy.receiving severe ,bruises.: rnentsudtL&floeantayj
men and log'men lo 'from in Jacksonville
: expect our delegates ,on Monday g 10th In the effect' produced 01
; 5- back the samd 'with amendments; referring to a bill a thorizTzigth&raisi'ug of two BOg.,
? What are,_those.favors, whichour in>t.Col 5 which amended bill was passed. the public feeling when the news reached imcnts of Volunteers. Indian service..
: cotemporary thinks too extravagant John P. Sanderson was called to Boston, the Courier adds:-ThTdfcadfo! The bill provides that the Regiments

'.-r-:4Trf- f" to be granted to this community! ',by"our the chair; and Felix JingstonEsq.jre- S Moody Boulter's, bill J for lumber., .D.McCucn'sfor accident on the Maine railroad, by which raised shall b6 tendered ,lo the iGovtrnmcnt -,

delegates Was ': S m merchandize: add, Ct ,M.Cooper's ,the iOn of General Franklin Pierce lost aad Ifrefnscty lime' 'Ooveruo'rthen is.
? '
rl I'n'll'I, .muchjto jusk .that quested to act as'secretary: ;
,.. .' the c mmerceof our river should be .re .5 The'Chairman explained'the object i of for .1'0on, Cemetery, .were his Kfejvbas given heavy chock,, tothepubhicfcelWg to'employ,them- imrvmovingtho.savagc& .
1n this The narrow
1fl3.uI city*
atur4a'l JanuiryI5& severally passed. appropriates$500 000 pledg
? .
.'.\ :! -- .--. 'lieved from ,unnecessary, burdens?;theta the meeting to be to organize the company The resignation of Dr. John S.? Mur-, .escape of, the .President.elect and his lug ten per- ceitt T of too*State,revenue, for-

; ''TheTflotLaw.A monopoly should be broken up, which .and informed the meeting thai Mr. IS!. hdy, and the deplorable Srcavcmentwhich the andernptionothe, bonds authorized,

.. 'V- : has wrought incalculable evil?-that 'the Whit,Smith, of Alligator"was present.,to do kL';, Port Physican, 'was accepted. .they have sustained, in' so awful to be issued to,raue jthuj janu, The Governor ->

:' ( petition numerously.and respectably i .door should be thrown 'open'to' fair competition represent tho stockholders of, Columbia S itcUourn meat. : a manner, toucbed.te, feelings'of everyone ,is$required keep the tender of the I
mill-nicnna On motion of Councilman: Townsend, ,and atc awakened a deep and sin- Volunteers until 4th of .
signed; fry letchanls, many 1 ?.that vessels which their authorized open May next,
) preferred. duly agent .
the commerce'' of the I I ccrc e nipathy throughout community. when if
- others interested in Council then adjourned. > they are n received, and nothing -,
( the to to towed out over the bar by steamers, Mr. Smith being called addressed in the midst oMife we' are in
to Truly
St.:John's'River; was Bent.tip LegIsUtare upon I Attest : F. C. BARRETT, is being done :towards removing the,
' 'alrtb I commeocement. jof the I should be allowed the previledgc of doingso'meeting at,considerable length and Clerk of.CounciL. death. .. .. Indians in the meantime State is Jo;.

prcient-s ssiofl, praying the abolition of without having contributions, leviedon with great force, and a, convincing arrayof j go to,work and do the business herself.-*.

irbal believed to be corrupt monopoly' them'for the benefit of those who rendered facts and agurnents, showing the rapid ((1i-oatAaN. K.Herald Jam 8) TELEGRAPHIC.Emes'o This measure. will,'not_only -test: the sincerity -, #
for to the injury The Late Accident on the the Wounded, &c.Bosros. of tho 'and determination
now exisfing years,. ,them no service?, Are these the of East Florida and the Melancholy S present *.
. of our commerce.r ... progress great BOSTOX AXD MAINE BAIUIOAI Jan. 3,1853. of'the future ,administration1, ,but will
: ,The petition,was placed in 'the hands "looked forrcsults" ,'Which the Republican increase of her. productions, and urged Accounts from Andover, this morning, forever settle the question'as 'towlctLer.'

-y 'of the speaker of, the House, and by himpresented thinks our merchants: and mill-men ,immediate action and organization by the We compile, from the Boston journals, state that Gen.- Pierce and lady are new the Indians arc to remain lathe State or,

. .._ We understand offence was are very extravagant in expecting our company. His remarks were received the following account'this'sad"accident, 'at'the'Home of johriik n at that place. not. Florida is in earnest and wilt.noS '

- taken by the members from this ,county' members to countenance?" If not,' ,will: with general satisfaction and _applause.Dr. the facts of which do not vary materiallyfrom They obtained some rest last night; and 'longer submit to ,have btr jJroeptrity_*
(because the potion wall not sent to 'them, he do the what was contained in our telegraphic have not received much if any physical blighted by '.the presence .of a band of,
us favor to tell us what he docs C. Byrne offered the following resolution -
t. andfor Ait_recaon' the, important Bill, despatches yesterday morning:- injury. miscreant savage,'who'might have been''
I based upon the petition, was defeated!1-- mean? What tho results, flowing from to wit: The train consisted only ofonc seventy- Mrs.: Pierce is prostrated with grief but removed long*go if proper energy had

Individually we said from .the first and the breaking of the monopoly,' 'can .be, ItetoIceJ, That inasmuch as more than two passenger car, a baggage car and the comparatively calm. been put forth on the part of those whose

.think still, that the petition ought to have which are too,good for all those Interested forty thousand dollars have been subscribed engine. It left Boston at quarter' past CONCORD, Jan. 7-P. M.Gen. duty i it is to remove them.Thdllouie .

passed thro'the hands of our own Representatives in'the commerce of this> river tor expect to the capital stock of the "Jack twelve o'clock, on the Cth instant, for S S Pierce and lady arc An- }cstcrday passed Senate bill

but that the,omission to give I ? sonville and Alligator Pland lload Company Concord,N. II., and reached Andover dover. The arrangements for.the funeral (introduced by CoK'Blactbuii'ya"meninS;
on hope
,it.that direction, should be given as a for S ," that the Company da now organize soon after one. The catastrophe happened of their son have not yet been decided the License Law. Hereafter all .license

- ration'for opposing and defeating an important We pause for a reply. and wo-request the commissioners appointed about two miles beyond the depot, and upon, though it is thought that it will to retail Spirituous Liquors are to pay 'a

act of legislation, is something so to receive subscriptions to stock, was occasioned by the breaking of..the take place
:: ,entirely,novel,'that we.feel it our duty to Plank Road, Meeting. to give the thirty days' notice required by flauge of one of the rear wheels, and also The axletrcc of the car was broken in I fined $500 'cD'c victhu. This tax it is

;.plaeeAbe matter,on record-not to standa tho character calling a meeting ,-of the the axletrcc. The train was running at the middle. The car broke in pieces likea i thought will operate t)'prohibit licences.

tf i *a precedent to guide the action of fu- Wepublish elsewhere, the proceedings stockholders for the purpose of electing a the time at a high rate of speed, Bay forty segar box. It contained sixty passcn- to alargeextcnt,if not altogether. Senator -

I c tore legislators,but,as example! of,very of the meeting of the Stockholders of the Board of Directors for said company. miles an hour. The passenger car at S Blackburn has been a, thorn in the

t 1 .mischievous tendency. Jacksonville and Alligator Plank ,Road Said resolution being submitted to the once became detached, and after proceeding gers.Gen.. Pierce is said to be composed, sides of the retail shops, against which beseems

; The_above is, from the JVws of last Company held in the Court House in meeting, it was carried ananimously. some ten rod, ran off the track, and and will bear the death of hia son-whom to have had a particirhr spite; if
then went over the embankment The he almost idolized while firing-with we judge by the preserviugeffurts he
I Republican makes some this place.oQ Monday evening 'last. the way
StiidayThe Mr., C. Drew moved /
following re- twelve or fifteen feet
precipice was some fortitude. Mrs. Pierce is of course much has made to cripple their power for mis
: comment* on it, in the"issue of Thursday Mr. Smith's address was able and convincing solution which was ooanimoualy adopted in depth, and at the bottom was a pile of afflicted. chief.

last,.of. which..w .'shall take a brief notice and the facts and arguments ne : stones. The car turned completely over, .A great sensation has been producedby A bill providing for the establishment.

: and for convenience, we dispose of used to prove to the stockholders that Resolved, That Mr. M. Whit Smith be and the passengers, some sixty in number, the affliction in this place. i of a penitentiary was indefinitely post-

it bti instalments- they ought to proceed to action produceda requested, and is hereby authorized, to were thrown into a state of the greatest I ported" the House yesterday. .. .,
the of Savannah and confusion. France. The Legislature has passed a ,bill providing
1st' ,*The tfnct" our cotempo- powerful effect. proceed to cities
says the fell the stove containing
: When car for the election of State
f : Charleston to solicit to the Loot Xafotroa "Retort and Attrr the 2J Dre. a Engineer
fault with"the present representatives Mr. Smith, under the authority of the subscriptions coal thrown several of
'rary''finds! stock of said burning was upon The obbcning Paris correspondent of and Geologic;to hold bin office fur
e this for voting Board of Commissoncrs has proceeded to company.It the burning them and destroying '
of county passengers, The Leader writes two years from the time of his election.A .
'S' and :
theroposcdPi1otLaW." "Where Savannah and Charleston to solicit subscriptions was further move uanituously their clothes. The wife and bill has also passed authorizing Incorporations -
against: carried that the commissioners appointed of Charles Marsh, apothecary, "Since his installation at the Tuilerics,
daughter for
obtain its information to tho stock of the manufacturing purj ose3.
does the Republican Company. Bonaparte has become, so far as the interior
? had their clothes destroy
to receive subscriptions to the stock of of Roxbury, The Governor on yesterday sent in a
word in the article of the is concerned invisible
is palace
? There not one burned. ,
S LICENSE LAW.-. Blackburn's bill themselves slightly veto of the resolutions
said Messrs. I. J. Hart, S. D. message joint relating -
company inaccessible At the
'above or.i in other we have yet Gen. crce'occupied a forward scat. unapproachable. roeeption his of of
any to term The Senate
the licence law which e.
amending by retailers be and
Fernandez, and C. Byrne, arc Ills wife beside him and his son sat on the cvcnir.g of 2d. Dec the
such assertion. the resolution his head
an passed
to warrant over bjr *
written of ,spirituous liquors will have to furnish Mr. Smith officers of the were not even admitted ,
S hereby requested to in front on the side scat behind the door. army
vote of 13 to 3, Tie Hqj
the 8
fimlf7 with with raison yeas ;
4 \ We pay two hundred dollars licence has be- with all necessary credential, to enable As the car approached the precipice, he as in the time of Louis Philippe also passed them by leas 21 nays S.lIisExcc11eney's .-

I given;for opposing the.abolition of a"cor come a law. him to act by their authority i in obtaining put his i arm round his wife, and bent forward Even field officers were outside; nothing political opponents f seem
The reason in our his At this rnomci.t under a General or a Colonel could be admitted. -
monopoly. son. .
rupt determined that he shall continue to Lo
t 4 to stocks in said cities of
subscriptions Another fact remarked.
judgement j is no.reason at all, or worse Appalling and Fatal Accident the car went over, and glided down the was Governor fur a few months longer. So
f Savannah nnd Charleston. bank its side. It is believed that ark Before the 2d Dec Bonaparte was very
and on mote it be.-FloriJfau.jBarinc .
\ and:we further, say, .
thWnonej! ; go The melancholy accident by which the On motion,the meeting then adjourned.J. penetrated the window bebin..J young prodigal of shaking hands-he shook ,
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I 7tK, t;if such,a practice is carried out to only son of Gen. Pierce, the President J:. SANDERSON, Chairman.F. Pierce, and caused a tetriblc fracture of hands with every body. On that evening :Journal.

S.;its Jegitimatc consequences, we can haveno elect, was instantly deprived of life is LIMNOSTOV, Secretary. his skull, which produced almost instantaneous : his- Majesty no longer deigned to grant "
at all. Let 'us suppose atc liatli. Nothing could be more any one this favor. This gave grate offence PORTOFMCKSONVILLE.
legislation thus announced in the Union. Jacksonville. Jan. llth A. D. 1853.
Washington to of the new 'subjects who
bc.irt-i' than the presentedby many .
not at all an extreme one, : ending spectacle S itliaftL.\R PACKETS
: We give the details in another column the features of the child. found themselves taken in. We do not S
Proceedings of Town Council. mangled Steamer Win.Gaston arriUII from Savannah i rrj -
be in practical
fcTut whVcn"might put oper- from the New York Jfenild:. lie It) upon the floor of the car, with like to be placed with in France. The Wednesday and retain* on Fri ... .' r ::

'. (. ction:in.any county in the State. "We received last evening,by'J-telegraph, COUNCIL ) his skull fractured in the most frightful sudden affectation of dignity grievously Ihnndar.Steamer and Florul ixturns amre*Friday from Chartatjo,' .t.r ,

,Suppose our county representatives lamentable intelligence of an accident Jan. 7, 1853. J mallner. The cap which ho wore had offended the company present. The reception Steamer Welaka arrives every Satnnlajr from

.1i*! to Tallahcssce (as very naturally which occurred'yesterday in S a train of Council! met : Present his Honor 11. D. fallen off, and was filled with his blood was very cold, and the ceremonial :avannaht and rotnrnsnext day.* .
gon Steamer Sarah Irarc.fipr
; not of the most exhilarating nature. 5-pJilir nterpruon
thay might have been expected to do) ears: on the Maine railroad, iu which Gen. Holland Intendant: Messrs S. Buffington, and brains. This was the horrid tight The Grand Master of the ceremonies Wednesdays, and returns'on Jui' dajT. ".
S which the of Mrs. Pierce when Steamer Thorn leans for Satorajs
Pierce the President elect and his met eyes Enterprise on -
made to abolish the family C. A. Canova J. E.
M.. A. Townsend
with'lheir minds
up were' Tho despatch states Cooper. the returned to con:doumc :. She sprang opened the doors of every saloon in suc- anil return on Wednesday S

."corrupt: monopoly"-and suppose that !ind we passengers.fear but too truly that the only, Councilincn. towards the body of her boy, but was cession, and shouted ,before' I nlpartc--I' -

-... they got there, a few individuals on of General Pierce, a boy of ten years Minutes of last meeting read and restrained by the General and his friends 'the' Emperor, gentlemen? 'l'rill) b rttjsrntrl1t5/
whole divided into ranks
S f "Miwfio... ..-- wished.. to continue tho "cor- of age, and of the fairest promise,. was endeavored to sooth her. She tU- company two ; C7 TuxSTOCKnoLDEKslof th*"Jtckwmnleand

S pfmon Pory,"'were determined to defeat instantly killed Mr*. Pierce, too, was approved.Rport: of Corn,ntttee:. tamed no visible injury but the bbock'' the Emperor to the passed right on and, barely left the salutinghis ranks Alligator Plank Road Company, are hereby .
occasioned the destruction of her son, guests ;
and is said to hue by the of toek
very seriously injured, notified that amcmat required by the .
** oar reprcscntat Councilman from Cemetery closed and all
; measure.which Cooper, had again was over.
S every narrowly escaped death. General Piercewas added to her previous debility, a charter,to authorize said eompeay to organize,has'
might tiring forward to abolish it? Committee, reported and ad- not effect The palace b now warded by an extra
t himself much stunned, but most for progress serious thonghr dangerous upon beta taken. Therefore the nndcrs gned Comm
'How wtmia"theytfbdertako to accomplish tunately sustained no further or dangerous *iscd public sale of Cemetery lots on Friday her. The unfortunate lad was named ordinary force of sentries. One cannot tioncra give notice to laid Stockholders, that an '

S 4.tKeir object, with the best chance of.suc1 injury. Ten or twelve other passen- the 21st instant; which was approved. after his grandfather, Governor Benjamin walk from the Court of the Tuilerics to election of Directors, to" Ftrre far tho .term of ooo:
The is henceforth
also less wounded at 1'ierce. Throughout the whole ot this the gardens. good public Tear will be held afr J-rtVxumlkv on Saturday
of they would getup gcrs were more or Committee draft ordinance relativeto '
,. .CCM 1. Why course the'sarne time. The sad accident is said to horrid scene, General Pierce preservedthe obliged to make a long detour of tho 19tn day of February,A-D.18 3.
: monopoly, erection of asked for ten minutes to from the Carrousel to .
S apetitJon7denoancmg. to Lave been caused by the breaking of powder magazine, most admirable presence of mind. get S S D & .

:*nd pryflgthCCl8ltUre for relief;-*- the axlctreo of one of the cars. further time, which was granted; as did The party in the immediate vicinage time Tuileries gardes. The triumphal en- 1-.'D.HA&T. .

F:"But t&ey-trouH be careful to send the pc- 'The earnest and respectful,sympathy of also committees on steam mills and patrol General I'icrcc, with the single exception try into Paris exactly corresponded' with S Ca.&Es Bnn.: .'; /:
last week S.L.XIBLJK-K,
ttffwrHo-the speaker of,the House instead the whole country will follow Gen. Pierce laws. of Master Pierce, escaped without my anticipatory' description ; '.. '. '
there crowd the of theChamr08' W.B Kosa, .
i much injury. The General was accompanied was no ; alleys I .
and his excellent lady to the home wLich '
tEetfOwnVemtwrs This would so.5. ', B ;
of deserted the : S ( MtLiwN.!
Elysecs were
has been thus suddenly and mournfully by Profe8--or Packard, one of his ; pop.ulation ,t
cure.thet hostility of the>members to the bereaved. communication from Mr. A. Coy, family (.connections and when the car of Paris. ordinarily- fbmi of T.V.:.Conniianoneni Lp-nrs,

t ffleajureprayed for,because)their dignity relative to payment of tavern license, be- I was thrown off, 'he was engaged in conversation sight seeing, had not taken'any trouble to .

jab: ,assailed, and they,would invoke Legislalore Not AdjourneJ. ing.rcad, was, on motion by Councilman with Mr. Young, the superintendent enjoy the spectacle. The few people who NOTICE. S
had witness the
of the mills at Lawrence. came to triumphal pomp,
*. new iatel will .to.ih*
counties to apply
of other come Buffington laid on the table Days
the "cKivalry1 The Florida 'Sentinel of 'Tuesday last ': Mr. Newell, of West Cambridge, was were sullen and,silent. Not a single cry TU1R'IY* r the Circuit fenrt of .
_to the.rescue, end make common cause : A bill of Belfechasse & Finncgan, for severely injured internally,and one of his front the National Guard.. There was the E"istcrn t ireuit of the State' ,r Y1qtja, .

"wWr thenr against two or three ,of their says sundries, wa, on motion of Councilman ribs was broken. Mr. Newell was on his truly something sinister and alarming in far 'Ieav.o sell the lab-I bLmgimtgtotbesIto r

;.5 :" n"cOn t,:"ho Iiaa DO betthr manner expectation The General.this Assembly body did.-Contrary not adjourn to Townsend, referred to Cemetery Commit. way to Lawrence to visit his son, Mr. C. this silence. When all that is now seething deceaaeJTIIO3IASJ.FRWmITT or WilhintS.aian.Uer of: Alachna eottnty,

haniopaw them bye andf send.their tine-dielast Saturday. A bill S.Newell, and it was erroneously stated in the recesses ofthesO human consciences Adminiiitrator by, ,
;! ... .... tee.S. the son, instead of the father, was injured. shall burst forth in the faceof 1 jan 15 Y. WhIT SllTII1 AU1.
01pe ns .to .the. pcak'cr. This game for the final removal of the Indians from Buffington's bill for hauling, &c., 3Ir. Bailey, of Lawrence, had his leg day the world will be aPl'f lcd'Cter: '
In' county in the this State passed the Legislature on 'was ordered be I walked .Notice *: ".
could be played every to paid. broken, and received other severe injuries. having seen Bonaparte pass by, ?
*' Wd if members will stand by eachotfrSsraSgnitj Saturday and was transmitted to the also Town Mar- lIe well attended Andovnv- 'xlovm the Champs Elysces to the Tuileries. Lots in' the New'COIIIMY will be.
gtfcte : ; Treasurer's report, as was THE .
Governor night for his approval, whichwas for sale .'jnblie eirf e,S..fronofthe !::
t : :and 'consistency, it mustlstoptHYtr not received up to'twelve o'clock.: As shall's account, being presented, were, on Mr. Kittredge, of Pelham, N. II., had Affected as I waS by all these symptoms Council Chamter, oS Fridiy the 21ttrnsi.
altogether his leg broken; three or four others were of the future, I was anxious. .to seethe ., t'10 o'clock A. M. ,.> '
: 1i'eehbf! > regulation- the contemplated the election by the by Councilman. Canova, referred -
At the
somewhat bruised, and few of the passengers population. ,Citizens T5 reqtte TeJ t. examiut lots prior ,
rUt/Jf n cmters fQthtOOttt1CZtOOIUS : : Legislature, of 'a Brigadier General to to a committee, consisting of Councilman escaped partial injury., The conductor Tuileries, there was not a soul to be seen, to the day', sad.give punctual ti-
"b bifdelito4ddCfl4th0 dignity andi"Jjonorof command the forces to be raised under' it, Townscnd and Cooper. who was standing at back'part nor on the Place du Carrousel. A few dance. '" .CL,JL CPEB, .

:member! from the theLegislature5adjourn&I over, till Monday and received children nero playing at hoop with ,their s.BUFFlWT9Z5CO7CbWItt5f.
,the DavaV 12 the action of the Council then adjourned. of the car, fell over> a slightcut .
o'clock awaiting
; '&uMl4i! bfteiI''of:their ,own 'constitnjji -' Governor.. S Attest: F. C. BARRETT, on the forehead, by coming in"contact nurses not. With that exception was there.,'not seemed a spectator .JactsaL1Ie,January, 183V .,15-tf.

ata:1tikeso: chivalrous" gentlemen, in- -1'1ndi 'Bitt.'Yesterday this bill with the back of a Beat.- a sigLt-scer S NOTICE.QKOPOSALS .
Clerk of C unciJ.SPECIAL' The dissevered. It belonged to dream- Then licit anxious to judgefor *
into of the House S carwas, badly will b4 reeetred till the 25th iut.
./stead.oT dsciding a.measure.on its- own : again came possession to the Concord Railroad Companyand myself the state of the"city, and -I JtC ftl etttttDX a ehannej throojV,"Daat..," ,
'V UStnta did a.ctuallyoPpole aid defeat t it,.I by means of a communication from the MEETING, January 8;.'185J. was deemed perfect a.ear as any walked on by tho Rue St..Honore to tile t.connect the waters of the Moaqmto, aad.,ladlaaRirerLagooM. '
Governor that.body that manifest -
,apprizing S >
4rv4 \- C6nncrrnetprescnt His Honor'H. S Faubourgs St. Denis, St. Martin, and St: <
a3ftTeat. : road. .
r9a1fletives errors Lad b cdcointht1ed. the on tIe> The canal la to lie eight feet wide at bottom.
teemheirwicafl only, say, enrolment of the bill. The Senate whose D. Holland,.Iptcndent: Messrs. Buffing- The Boston Courier,ofthc 7th inst., Antoine. Every man was at wdrkr The with ndei reefceal when of rock.and Hoped, M leat.
his popuhtion'had been Invitcd to keep holi 45 degrees from the reetieal.w. of aa
nussion when' they constitutional time for re-con-ideration ton. Butts Canova- 'Townsend says :-Gcn. i'icrce accompanied by IMB than tw fees dapt. fwftter. .
lfrj Jawfook'tJwfr,, Cooper, Not left work The mwt eontain not ?
.. day. a man shopkeepers
S wife and son, left this city on Wednesday and be continued'with-) lid. depth S0' fast.into
:went to,sit in:a l legislature body: ;: TteyXd.notexactlycomprehend not expired, .then procured the bill Coundlment > afternoon, and parsed tho night at An- had been i invited to shut their .each-lagoon beyond the fBorrhnetl '*:"- .' t
.the objectscbiv'wWthWrnone andjcconsidcred the1 vote upon its' 'final : : Rrporltfrtint tlmittcc,. ', r.C" uad been.hereto attend the shops.. The greater number f shops' remained 'The amount of.Exearalion eitmatM from
d dov .They .
S ,. asssgc''19ytas to I1"nay. The bill <. '*" Lieut Blake'i Surrey, i* as follows- .
"lor.Y.\ of was then committed to' a joint':select committee .Committee 'to draft ordinance. with r: funeral of the late Mr. Lawrence, and open. ._ I II I Rock and Shell ,. *- ,-. :- 2.SW, .It.r 3di..
.1. haftb ti.'i tit iiinInjakermsthafnnht gird to steam mills i.c tho im were on,their. journey home when the accident SaDa"I (r : 31" .
: h c:1"COUld ; of fourteen i who will probablyre- ,, reported, S3T A young man named.Gwinn mdr- ..
n. tt1t: rssnt0- port this morning, and we think the Legislature practicability so doing,; and, asked to happened. Gen., Pierco''nnd, hiswife dered his own, sister,. ,near Winchester, !ToUT *. '.-. -1 : NTb..prepOealsWtmsi .
Andovcr afternoon
..iii,i_t. itrom Vt&r "Wmntie*''End: 'some ;may get}through with and adjourn to:'d 8clirFr m"M" further'considera-' returned and remained to, there yesterday last night. ; (Tenricssce,) I last week.. The young man wortwOl he,executed.tate.s4 the thoe.bteh.Ibs-tin aithla which .
.in bCt' eonnc'tf the day. wished to: that, belongedto It_ill be completed they should alto gIve refer.
: ,
but the
'f'inaSviduaia their tion of which '
subject granted. to
of was
-- < Mrs. Pierce beingtoofecbl : proceed. *tU his 'noel abQity to perform the eon tract, and he
his father
--i 'r'; .: ,:f" STTIie.following card in.the old ; mterj."found outJ: mten.titn directed to the undersigned at this JII.... -
- SW' ant ., 4onie lar. ("' appears Committee.on erection. powder,magazine Master Pierce was:aboutreleyen years ; ,andcoramnnicatedit to bet father. .IL O..,WKIOHT.j .
- di'of tberopTh .. 5ti&E .Charleston Mercury of Thursday.: I presented a report; which being received .and:being An-only' remaining child, was, ..1so"exasperated the young man- that n 8 St Lieut ot Entpneers.
't #- >,.., 'Sav. *. : of coarse an;object of.great endearment Jacksonville Republican, an<| Aaelent City of
- \.t.r: TdtheEdilortoftkc Republican.; ; referred back to committee for he swore against his sister and
netiti w13"P was He slender frame ; vengeance St.Augn.tmrA'wtU tjhe 2JXh last.jMEonTDJe
.J.i: ,t'l :i #'- tii pou meh S GEJmJCMzs a''recent*number of amendrnenLS to his parents. ,was told her that he would kill her, if,he.had ,.Fla, Jan.. 6th, 1853 -
T t. .. r'from but,a youth much promise. 'j I L "
: it -- your paper yonpnbllahed"alett bent her throat whilo asleep Two or
1..f.\ i
l.1.t r j.TAX
( j : Committee: laws t"-nnd' Superintendent :of
- reported The
jd' Jacksonville, giving me as the'*author';'of progress l.rcsid three days afterwards, rn the absence* of COLLECTORS SALE.

S 'transumf.ea. '. r.w.tD.ello T1"t.:1 er j%.*** J'd, e J-O" *report that ''theBank ,Savannah was :t thc',Bo&ton and Maine Railroad, 'upon'hearing : thereat of the family,)he_procured.& ptol'walkeddcliberately' B 1 Virtue of the power! vested:is fee" bylaw
fw '; : accident with a S I shall_ for..l."h.r..ri the
""! ,broke't'a Petilwni., of the proceeded "pose I
this bed
ttcVohaSnd Fw her
ttrtf .
? mt-
'b" & ', I up Court the first Monday
House at Alligster oa
S train of two physicians
.raUi/ '.1'ihatll" fth i Nfews'jt1 to were
.>'r.P 'S' I t and 'request* that ,you'will'furnish "hisname instantly S erty ore. much thereof will pay the.Itate _
.. w' street : *! ,
j ._" --.uO ;rclt' that-tho brand mbeaa1Exedtot : a. thbeopaedimbtyvfQuurywasrcfhc(1 peiit"froiii' Audove and : and county Uses and the aeee5asr7IJSeS .

3' t.'t"2lnli.u6, '" fiiracrBonaUn*'>s S* ? d:. ; to, struetomm'mttec. everything done for the .comfort, 'of 'The; Qatholio,Herald"of:'"Philadelphia! due thereon,to vtt:,e4T( ere .24.rate lPd.
'\i- '''' T the wounded. Belonging Jo aDd estsscd
"::::: -d ..' S- 'y neartockeyrtsk,
I e- .5 ti
1.eew ses.asppsisieIyccrtaint af-Bishop
I to Thadeus 11.:Peea for the year 183% -
S -
Michael Donn ,
'e4 w ,' .1. t hlfothe S -i q; ..CllASVILLEY;1. < I Petition of;Charles Byrne,,praying,theatctoent'bf Tho''brak'man; 'had van, on. Ives ,m received into1"the'*'Catu>Uc1"Churchat ,; j-in 8 .-- 1if K. MlCELtBrf ,. .
.L theinjwedtrarn7 a : arrowcscape.lie '
+ 4 't C -"mcrida"ft .; uti Collector. .
-. rrTas,1It8I01' .
: l& Q .. : "a,nuisance,Wa referred, oa wui itTlhe act .fromtff&e New:York his.dep -S : ; ..
; Stepping pateato :
aI h".iJ&U.:4U853..,#; ,: *tafc Alligator,,Colombia asFUJ: *
f' it )Ifu .. .. motion :to ajelect S .
Cncilui13itffingthn 'to
by of the "of '
,. 1 : 9" > b.t t""G' ." platform pass&ngercar ture,. for. Europe,and. ,that'lmeleft. in the : t -. .. '

.IQtm iI3't. .... 'WO'1 'l'Ja! I'ja'.ted tha', *Not. "commUtec.. ," xonsisling'Jbf CounciPaaeff ,. the baggage carattho, moment of'theseparatiorrjuiel between hands of the Revd. 'Dr." FOIbC9Lcontanbgb1txian5hition1&n\0 "a. *a paper- S ;JfR'O'JDfES' .
1" fcTetitionfof came neaHalling : .1\171
1 1h i'41it 1wp Ji.the1centro. o! li'f n ;and CJMt ery .y."i't S -
.11". r'certifying' ; "j.iivueruC=
S r :lie1 succeeded however
IftiI 1Ir them ( ; .
, ( t.eIsse ; DW1 ..
.t/.w} :wndiycitixcni
: 'Y' praying mwiw. TatrzzwtOW
S > ci : in din'.' admission into the Church"TheTT. 8.Catholic'Miscellany lQg'. ,: "
iP 1ft "i ,')1ts nfictoring*most beautiful article of,lace gaining! : :
t4 .ntr-: g : for window curtains, bed curtains.. &/ of i the removal: :obstructionist foot;:of '.. Ibewir,'wa :on,"the )Manchester and Ofthiiclty ,in its J".W'il1 a1! JeaJ..aUeG---.pi otIMr .' .
'I'J l Un :
tAioa that' ur 44ted11O1 Jsye iron wire. Iron houseS iron ships: and : Newnan street, wai'referred, "On";,motion, Concord 'road, at the'time of the,accident, hs o'of 'S furday,:. also,,gives, ;;'a'Similarversion. Mr.-oJ.mber. pI tt4..1or. "1IIL1mJ&U.1Jeo.


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.CQtLKCTORS-SALE .IUI.EDeU!GRJUrr.OFXANDS. u' TV'"M -',:'- ----,. .. ,. h_. .. -. r t .
BTTfrtM.of fce hoer Y"is lee law. .PUIiLI t"V'I"u '.ftI1fMIE .i 'UFF.fN.TON'.f 8 E t ,J A6EiaJ1 'H.LtSALE ," '

for sale W'onUte--tll. Petty. ,ode T, Ar r dFert t pTHs6tttatf fa& JACKSOHVLLLE/. I'RDA.PF' [u.l1E.;iI''"':'$.. a r1" .t rt i'.
tus4iter.f .. .
1833 .
: as Allir rw i U. trM Moadayof Jlsy pR l tn ..( lad Ia"Mark ** '****** ,, .., $1t t
' .t tteionowUtdroefit 4 propwtTjW i" track Franc.P 8inekex"dee--fftftklaca&aeery{ Cooatr.; Zba 1atf A- 8hBanBnekaad rT riPJ "'"-' "" a. : s r' '

"; tkerwf L wM fray the****.aa4 Gaatl talc a tts..t'Yreid sander!far aiawelf faad *' ia raa&rjr'are rot ttttrp..ed by'YIa tta Sfcatw.- .Pt TETOfC of tkls'irrfl knows Boasothose .' ,. -i. !
doe thereon t. otters .qoartMcf Section XT, ti tttaosidy.MT prtrsadt,9 aad tkt utctnrr expenses f J Ft s decre Matter of rwtiag e4 I>t ,
vie 40 m.'otl.ftfa rtJtomi.les.rp1t.n TV 1V'T--'I3. Ba e*'''t 329 erasj pleasant that J ay fcr koaUhor : 't c. B... r.
SnwMB**, belonging to end Bmlsmla A P ataam.Eitt.ot'f t .dp wtcr -tit-West _'J .IJ..J'
Spriags o. tVt fcalf t-tNRaW. His nuuse-haa : ''
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.'": -- arter 1 ieo8++ .: tnroatJp nndcrgune> a th J
. t Astfwd f.the Ute./ttstpVB-Jteta,:(leeeaaeJl -Mite'.',and Basta'r I u. Jturi2l(1" .t onmgb rrtvr 1. Ftd. d..Z .
1S32.Taxassessorand. belt 1r11tL.tLDJ Sstrnd J"D The: : _, ', JOSS t.RRdlt'1"AS'DIt.dtSSEL41: [ .
" for las bear \ # ,.. ir.< Seetkm 33. the E. "i r r "G.HetJz"t1-.ZMf'.
pI L.L.lI.Icn.a. Moor. ,. ,J .t R.., Bash.; tint Ew* half of sad kasVemirtaflsoinito nit tbe most & 4n.aote Pr.unp.1L s '. Cirsakd'dihi: i > 't'. .
Collector: la aecordaBC**itb ttoksCdecreeentered tke a E.qaarter swtioa 27aadttt) W.,kalf of oil "C most of his TOTKTH SX> eraaVjaar Zasttotioe wffl Jb.!.. ;t'T ,; ., .

1m,{ toe t" 811abt&C.. .Jai'31" 1 S',3. sp ia At abort enUUeJ easy"on the Sib.' day th S-W.'quarter- ot nest 28',totfuhiaU;na-t rmrmUkeS wttk y?f- I.'fIlE tar ink of >giptmasiriliaw s.ciff: r "A 1: f' a"t'e yo4- .e4 ,
'- .- Cf NoTember,A. ),'\ $la the cir Drt Cotfrt. BandE.Also"- : Tfco Proprietor has aba iocwred tho Th >wgjbe gaaX snawtoosaar .. r.'ntn... .... j y. :

:, ;. COLLEL'TOla9. SALE.Tjf .' Mtting for the'concty.of St.:Jobnsj the lion OraagvUko.: a traetof erf} 4A5'extra ndeg tt ,oa.n.ioteer lady of long itaa ag andrepnfafiMi = ='age*frnmite aad eapaeUWefflM taoir.fnteUtetoal fwpihk> and tkas r ..4p.l4 f.lJr6d: .. y. :. -. .,

Tlrtoeel tee Power Vested b mob'. law, Tbmaaa Dow Ua preaidlB tK tk* ,following es.criVeil sleety aadeaibraoiagfraetioBatsMtkpns{ 21 Keepee. lie win'''tan'. aaak this meat,sad also nmnre to laeattaoiroaga iaotraefSoa unyrwvo* crW8Tar.'WIU.HU. rtes-
> 1 Shan expose female efm..tee Court H.eda lands bring tie portion of the Arrvdoado 25.ia township 12,rangv 22AH thew tncts and B... & bat ia.Rscida. and nepea Vy is tae variows depoTrtmeatsofStoratareaad anenco. --Apri819- R ISit; ; ,t.,. r. l"IIIU

.it Alligator es the first ;Moaday< of May, Sri, Grant belonging' to the estate of Peter the best q+r1 CdrtcaaLattdls. re tention keeping to a ted-*-* theW. Matbematkal Xastrnotte. wi3 betvVtSaaftdby. ,nOL.\I.a .a_ T ,z. .' .

f fee following de'uflied propert1.'W.IO.. Mitch,deceased remaining.a& offered For terms,+|*,h th.aDuetib.rlat Jadrk.oao ,,,G..n&.eeet.. .tho fcrmer Track*. -- .' ,. : ..
; ,hereof M will piy th*Sute and (.cybrts at pttblic ale at Ukaoopy\irf Alacbna ecanty. 'riI1e., blo.r..I85J 'CIIA.gt3TT.3r Ho =ea .se'allimea hit. fEfeods TV* French and brew aR Punartmtal Fb TIlffWAA. r.y '". .

and Ik*'aeeetsary expenses Jae tkereva, to Stateof FlorKUjO*. .Frilj, lie. T..Ll&dallor 4T. lkra +pl. : .-r direction of PwC Dot Bocbmf mlt.r"Ju" t'

'witr 40 acres 34 rate Uad lying iit Columbia lar aet. ," ,. HOUSE. FOR: SAMB.Frame .,.. A largo and xte&shre Livery Stakts to.attacked. .f thai lastitatiOB by of>"tt'reR &of PmOs tkal ,,,, .
long, (aeustiow net know.belonging to The said lands will b*sold poa the follow A tn" StOtj House, nearly newy and totkollowo.Tho Science; tbo Iirr it rrmE.w j .. 'n

and assessed to Leon ird Barwnr.for the year injt terms to wit OM third payable iD s cash on* ?&port et the host is '( Western Stage leave*tho Hoase soon mfter optional wU tkwpnrratt and gnordintTKKXS A+ .'.
Lv,E. )MICKIXtt the< *y.t park.a tile two 3'e. .Apply to of tho boots; w : .
IW remaining thirds nor CHARLES BY1L"I -.: (p lwblia.dduaw.F.rtdsequartet dCf n.ta asst z. .
jta 8 Tax sager and Collector.: *f tUe purchase payable in two ,eq J September 25,IS5L BUmXGTOX. '. ''i' : ....: t idr .:.. ... _'_ ,.. :art.:
alligator,Cotmtkt1CO.Fls,3".. 31,-1S5X and ataaal indal llt. with ,interest of six Jacksonville.ITIale Institute. Orthography, Redi+4 xrngaafdrtt JO'e 1riJl ;; ,J:
-- r-- per cent,tke sobecriber to signreal. and 4 ,- .:4I"' test t.essayay
TAX'cOLtECIQRS SALE. tote with th'e. parckors contract for title neIt, I. SWART,. A.. 3L. 1.1}tJ'2)J1. NEW 'FALL'AND WINTER Grammar,A..paphj uur.toP7..EadafII Tabr tol"Zft=11i : .:. ,t
tao'Power '.atedi rot"y Uw. I .conditional for the execution of a perfect title .- ',, ._.. ..OOn.&h'Iper branches of Fpea Matta 3"----

BTVtrtM pole for axle before the Court Howe, when the purchase money shall be Pa id. OrthJta .f l5titi0II. THE Sabseribors dealt 'm7 I eau tbo at- The French Lonroogo,,in .: i M rsrlewtsiaderted. .lriaria =

*t Alligttor.ou the first Monday of..j, 1S53, ScLud use o Iand3 to be Sold I'eDms ,r :. Arithamic aM fJe of tbeir fHoodi aid ewatomen to tbeir Drawing and Pamting._ rlaseav do. b t : Hefted *+rA I.'
pa a.a lta.ed& zII
much p.r gttsrterof tkven week ; t
prqjerty Cr-so $4.00.eII'. selected stock of FaU and Winter
tli following-described K.-)8. G X..I..115..U'.et .
& 1 9- +DDLl3rammarBn .
taxes to Cam potIi a Dreai Goods,eoosistins in of French Lrosdi file,j.
part EngOsb
tb.refa* win pay the State and County 'Bit, 'J 33 S> ,** 1 Elocution and Book Keeping; d. ; 5,00 and Americsa Printis Gingnams ,Chasbn An additional ebarg'of 59 cents for del viQ Bri 1ti.tat Ware;tastes '' ..,
ted theaeceassry expensed**thereon to : w y o. 19 Higher br'wcha.f.a Unglnk,I&thematkal'nitea C ( n' also be made to each patron for murter/dwring Rest Pm w.,Wa++ Pant -. .
SO.''. .r".1t1l'1yyiD= near the Suwanaee.Sho E haltsdS: .W.4T.ot" 3ftS 18 19 aini ScfenUGe C,09 Do4 EngTn-h ot.ratbtoeelidtlD.a{ Brocad Striped Ln tkewMer.CENTRAL. &.1..1j. IWm' Faee&li mp.ValnI.k.k: aad. p4asdtr
U, belonging to and assessed to Thos. W. 8. E. *' *' .. 3 -I. .to9 The Ansient Language*, do. 10,00 tres.Ac. tt' t drg.t fret with a largo: and woUe* 1-- .'d Watt Pipe.. all et3ode .
4 "10 19 The French Language, In classes,' b.OA. lectod 1AI'k.senW .i
Frisian toe the year JS32. stock of Boots and Shoes, llats and Caps withtnpatel..r. .
J' s L.K.MICKLCR; 9 1010 : 19 Drawing and Pcr noetire- 5,09 nardware and-C+ekrJof every description; ia .- 'STAGE LIVE. .._ _- ".t.
Tar n*.ei,r and Collector."Alligator 10 19 Painting" water colors, 9,00 fact a general stock suitable for oar PoBthera FROMJACISONYlUEmYA..aHASStt UVER'S'D.'ft F ..4... .
2.)1" 10. oil 15.00 market, which they fillet ft*sal. for .: ."
1'11..n,bt" Co., Fl*..J.n. 3 l. & 20 cheap, ea h, '
31 :. 1 sot C L DCS BOCIIEIIS instruct*in French, tOwatT1'pred-,or on fhort and af>proved erodit. CMI-WXXKI.V. nflalJ"o .
TAX COLLECTORS SALE.BT 31 1. ." 22 Drawing Painting. : oct9-Jy. I'lantcrs sod friends are roipectfeDy inritod to r BII. Proprietor takes pined---o'o:b ; 1 iiub,. :J
", C -it 29 ebKwaid exama* eMir stock before purchasing plan in annoonciag totbo a.rao YA -e.
\. ,ef tie Power Vested in me by law,I 252ft ",II 21 1n"t"n n- ,feeling asrared that they wiUbe enabled /.pablie that b.batjset.aU .Din,11.1Jt3t. 17-:'; "
expo ruu before the Crurt IIoue -11 M 21 't', QD'V'b ,& to give entire saturfactkm'all who may favor 4ac\M .pes the ronto a new D. M'CUEN .CO. .,
lit AITij.r t", the first Monday of May ,' 9 -12 .. 21 TT QULD rentcntfutlr call the attention otpa. hem with their patronage,both as to prices cud aad splendid FOUR HOR5X COACIL 1141Ja.. X'QI doott 1, ;. -
fiit .lwi..described property, or much 10It 12 21 1 V tronsi aad the public generally to the. large oils'of their cood&tW7, pMOiofcin throogtt i in- fkofbortest fie'Ditb.w d C... ..
tkeri f as w l' p.iy the State -0no'tales .. 12 >.' !1 and complete assortment<>fFURX S epd+,'5L E L UARRlSOtf CO. Hones posnbto time. Be ins relays the beat la r'aamltbenecr.aryexpensesdueth.reontowit + .... : ,
14 12 .21 at different points,M that no more time is LLteepea 'o
: ;: i T U 1 E l lust a y? y i;
Tl'CrE.t A
RO aenr of Uid 21.rate nor Packer rfk, dec IS 3ra C. A. MITCHELL. retciTedfrou n t. sell on ; try TII.s.t.p-.eJaeboariJe..Snd8yaad C = C ,Hardwele'i; t1

belonging t.!n for ike year ISui L. K. MifKLER mAGNOLIA HOUSE. Charleston as 'Ste are ranch hearerthan rOrLD respeetfanlnfonn tbeir cnstAsaers of the steamers from Savannah, aad returns ia A"iegtteuatlj tepl b tt lka. \1ie .
j*" S Tat a**.r ami Collector. Jacksonville Floridat any other port Boat, baring a number ef Te811 1 the public gen UlidfatcrGdnmbiiG i +. Fl*. Jan. 31, 1&52. "coming out in bala-for InraVr. Thtsbncwb STOCK: OF GOODS: hare armed and are now Tbciw atoamers connect.ilJaoUa.natSa..uJ& i- 2' ,,-.
A TilE SCBSCRIDCa ks for, Charleston and Xew York JOMS 'e
... just oCt.hetnld..iUbeeoll'laetedbyL M.FOLSOM, reu.drurtheburpeeUo.efthooewishiBc'oparebN ; thus affording to
TAX COLLECTORS SALE. .:: J.:pteted t>i, aHore HWL"* fitting it np ia the an experienced person in tkt basin cS. ,Profwor G,e4 Arttdet et-L m Pricrt. travellers from the JTorth!, or ethers qTa11. J1JS'.r '11 k n*
tn,t comfort*Vl .tyl and will n.e erery exrtioti Fotiom win keep on hand Piano Fort, Violins, baiieo or tbo interior towns of Florida a qeedy' 1+s+ ir wttdr, .
B f Tlrtm wt tb. Power Vested in tee by Uw. to pJcase alt that may favor ,him with their Gl1it"I'I\eeordcon..te..nd is prepared to furnish Tbd stock consists! ,in part of Dry Goods ol al- transit. A coach eonaest with this lino to and AT THE CHEAP CASH n
I rt.ll espMw fcc sale) before the Cart IIoaro pdlrooaB.Partie. marie and mnrical instruments of every quality and robot ererr 9 alit 7 and name,rrv1bte k et+e7+ from the White Futpaar. Springs in Hamilton ., .VIE"Of ,.. t-
tI\ AIIirtt r. n ,'heflr M the followiae* cril ed p.rty.*r lilt much A. COY gvtber with instruction books of all kinds. Orden ware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps of the Juno 26- m Agents for JaeJksoaviUe.po nALF.BARSELS best'0

then f ..will sty lh( c tee!*"n I County t axes. Conwr Ocean and Monroestreets.Jaeksotmlle from tho interior will be attended to promptly. latest styles. Ladies'Bonneta,and a variety of serviceable. _....,... ,r ,,,, O\J U bMs Hord Brad Low cti1_ '
,to wit ,Nor.%.1852 > Also.-STOVES, of different ki. sad fancy articles, cannot fan to li.tW STAGE LINE. BOMB' '
an>!the UK**try exne !rsda"thereon t. rest the most varied tastes ..= who AY4-ne am ,n F
Jacksonville{ October net sex
2. 1852. LADIES'ity.
Good StaWiBg tot Horsca. j CON81S6S3
,tel in the S
lot situ -
town ,
lIe t'oanlbu1..8 are especially invited to ealLALSO parfe .
hetnn+ing to an-l aw ?frl| THE PROPRIETORS will Ladios. ;Linen Oaitors, JtcT"CHOICE -, .; "
a CEE STORE Dying andReaovatins Establishment A ,
aaortaeJtIet. 1ft.
f.'r tkr year 1S3 A wlort ortment Saddles. BridJ..lI.rtiana..Zueo.cladniDg "
J' S r. K. {S1C6LEE oBdenicnvlliavir taken the XEW STOKE SA l A2TXAirr GEORGIA gaa'Cetlar*.ic.Tronks.Carpet Dap.t.IIreII. tat sammer season between F Illy GR .
Tt aMe *>ran
.ColaiaVit Co, Fl*,Jan.31 1, ISJ 1. attentioa of the public to bis weH selected stuck of ESTABLISHED IX 1S32.T country,the half of which would be"too awaeroo* on Mondays aad Upper White Dd. WL\E3 AliO BRAKDIK9, '.
Goods, .. teol both for Country and City trade. to mention. .c .8t fa> ."hgelbefwlth.-S-' '
COLLECTORS SALE. hover would do well to cad and examine hu>stock DIES' Silk and TTooten Dre.cs, Shswb,TaTbrir stock;having been refected by dint of tho Lower Mineral Spring OB Thursdays; cosaect-" pty of F tare.,1Iardtnii-e..cne-'&
TAX before parehasing elsewhere. .Consisting of the -I-< bio Covers* ,Xe..cleaned,and Dyed*arions colors firm and one well acquainted with the wants U lug with eke mail stage from Tallahassee oa tans 1e.-4he taee<.eet ..,. ?
Virta of the Power Ttltedl1tlllct.Ia., foil*wine assortment of rtaple and FMXT Dry : Ladles Bonnet Weaehed and preMed in afa the pe.pTo of ttie edxtda.. they only UST- Thursdays,snd nail sttge front Jscksonville ea M aobJ cheap,tottank.- i rrs
BT haT expos JOT Bile hf," the Coart Howe Uoodv llardwaro and Cutlery Boots and SBocs, ,bionable stylo Kid lores cleaned and GentleCALL AND SEE* 43 Mondays,. Tkis line will afford eonfortable jaaell. ,

at A.lli i;tt.r..D ihefirn Mond-ty otl 'day IS.i 3, Hats and Cap, llwieal IcatrumeBts, Perfatn ry, men' may beinz fuHy awared that none wiQ go away wnsaited. aad easy acceso, will no aigkt ttavel, to the 'LEg: :
f lli. inr'1"erihed pro p ertr. or go much Fancy fin P4 Combo and, ands general bo required. All h done in the rarae rtyl.which has .either as to the Duality of the goods or tbo pri.ces Mineral Springs ea eke trawaenee for all persons 100 pOTAOT-J.3t" Wlvr fad. "'."""maytLer.ntaswillp,7tbeStteanICuantjtaxey
amriraent Toys $MJ Faner Articled/ Atit' lI my patrons and friends. a"kedtfortkem. seeking leeaJtlaaada.uaut tae 1'710or .' 'J.M.PATPIL,.r .
utoek of Saddles bridats..e. from theeorn N.B.-AH kinds of Country Produce taken in J. above -
thereon to wit larr elegant .. J
expona-sdae heel
tftJlIHo n ce*drr. filed tenor of Geo' _. .Florida and South watering .
and f-neerta l.stock of exchange for goods,at the highest aa prices. I''J
0 aer;21 rite, .n-1 203eres f 31 rte land, roceries rrovislons- 11. TVYCLARK. tluntfulicrdxetvedl amtpbnctnally atteibled to.narSilT Again caLL ain see.honing We charge IIOtIa&for D J t J, W STIZFFIELD, 1iLtc9 r': .

Iria in dlaraUi Oxinty. nnabers and I.raaDOY' Street.TAX _. ALEXANDER GALLOWAY our goods. Proprietora. .ar "' :..
fi \Urtee.fortkeyeirlS3i ADunlsTR..TOR'SSL& CJ} 41 f a.g (let 16. 1SL '(OfticeiD *
:: e s the Cea Hoaaeyvp{ *Uln,l 'J- .
ja S L. K. MICKttR. OX F.'Tt-r.nAT. the firstdayot.1anl1&rnext. 7TIIIE nfDEUSIGSED. baring leased the flty JUSTJestou and Flerifk line. "\'TlLLpnaice fA the seven! Cot ,
T.X 1ie1" and e"ll etor.AlUsatiw. : / be cold in the town of XewnansrUfe, six il+ s A\"M 1 1 J>,hare formed a Copartnership for NEW FALL GOODS TT the Eastern fir t .
Ola-obit C.t." Kl.v, 31 1332.: (fike.'r! the Erialo of Wit. the,purpose of RECEIJ-.ED. TILE SPLETDID 5ZW PACKET STEAMER trait to"tb'eoU.ctrOD' of claims.c Florida,aat- '
Rtantey. late of A acbna County, D eed. cganfC tt*U.tioLtL&r .
TAI t OUALE. l."IfL" SG 'J'UlU"o FLORIDA Skateg for
DGtitarTSeneedaadtett Bones lee* 5
mad known far of j a1" e
T Virtn* 'f the Power Vested in by law. Ili&lllft. TIIO. J.on PRE\-\TT. -\tJlIl1ni tntor.ftJr the Home Market.under the rtrle and title of IIEbriealthusal wonld beg lease to inform the CHARLES WILLET CouaRnca or tIt*er property lost onlestroyed bj tnM 4a,, t f= .:
ke ha .
B reeeired
t jna
before the Court BUTLER JOHX a very large .
1 shall "srfor sale by \T- W. F.MIT1I. bu Attorney.CL.RK.t CLARK splendid assortment of 'h BOW emit. -. ;
lfma at AHieAtoron the fire Monday pf M-y &! /<. E-'/.\ov. YIth,1Si!. Jna.G.Bt TLBR r the Line between Chariestoa aadktht ,eLimt('.uorw.w+ SdS oldita' =

1 S35;.the ro'lowingdifcriHe.! property, or e, -. -. ',-- ---- Theaf.-e qb riLers would !tf ally DIIY GOODS, EEADF 3IADECLOTIIIXG St.John's river.Tberolowiogsekedale or tke Widows sad Orphans of 4ec ?edSeIi U., t '

hmch thereof as win py the SuteD County j. II. McnORY, ]r., solicit the PATRONAGE of the has been Also! ,claims for:Bcoaty Land to offieert cad ,._r r
as they bare entered into the boxnca fur the HATS CAPS slopttdy ;
ttxa, and tkt necr. try expCMes due tbcreoato "ITJILT, SELL to arrive per brig Speer, from of express & BOOTS w.icta.. tkekonrs ofarT:raIsaaddepar> soldiers and tke Widow*aa4 Orftkiai"
wit, 140 ttcrr-f 2J"relalt llM''r'f'ftln-1\ New CasUe. Maine, oa the meet farorabto pnrpose of AXD IIO.' tares from the nrion ports r '"_ otfi4rstsd so.-- "C :
eras princ ,n lW. Pnm'. b"*>i gicp and tests 23d bnles ken Eaatrrn llsy; 50.000 best s.numm FOR JACKSOSVnLLE L LeaveChaddatnr.dtala.t3.daetrst. Abo,'win atteatloattubn.Tejaadaf

assessed to Way and Kin p. for the year 1552.Jtn white piseLain IvO Ibis Ir!h Potatoes: 1500 the AriD CISITT.a rich a.w>rtment Mooslin deLa American. Leaves Jacksonville Wednesday at 3 toeumuuugitesatnletotdaa! >w/ >f liffc,('*
8 L. K. MICKLEn Fresh CodF"ash.d.rectCrom tbe Cchcriwr barrels English and French,both plain and Ogarod: Ging Learn Pkolata Weds--, at'op. fa'chine t Loa des. '
Tat a" : y-z. Oct23 Machinery;'snd as they bare thoaxeic of Lvtrcs: Penisn Cloths. Englixh Merinoea; ParaaItTtTUISG, nUaeitdtiltfaT7lfatdMjlli,} ,
.11IiT+ ,CCrmfid.C*-,Fla, JAil 3.1. l53. the FLA MNU MACIIIMS of Isaac gown, of mafia Cloths Bombaiines; Brocade SIb Plain Leaves PUaika'Tkanday, at 'd leek,a-x. prompt attention; and iaituhmaH s apr --
CMLLCCRUR.S SALE.B" ITJSUEAnCE Baltimore,wbkk will bora operation in a few da Jx Chameleon do wide black do Fl rencodoc. Lana Pkolata JO. t lCW1l1.beenute'lnr liar YitJa feotad*gl
and which is entirely novel in clue part of the. satins,4e. A very rick amortment Cashmere Learn Black Creek M JdlJPlfele. r*<-f>- .>.,. 'S
r Virtue of the Power Tested in b* L1 W, Soutlteru. JlnJiinl, Insurance Co. try-and onetf the firm being an Jd and eperiall.ooI, shawlR plain, printed and embroidered Leaves JacksoariBo Friday at 3' .P-. Jttealtsotivt i 3. 1 J' C -& 4 te
I slMll expose for sale before the ConrtIKuiieat of G or-ia. meet hand with all tbe abort mtwhinery.and Loth Mack rilk mairtnaic Persian doe block and colored ,Tke accommodations for a"t'i' 1 '

Alfigntor. on the first Mo&dty oft T. O. HOLMES, ACSST JoclswVJt, E.F.ortb.m being well acqnuattd with the wants of Engtvh silk hose Do gloves and law nester Paris nttsnrpawed by any boat ever .eS" the are J TUsr Warns RECEIVED-A b urf eLar 1/t flf* 5 p -
.V'.vIH.ll Mtowiair! described property Citym tLeir line they will endeavor .to.>giro kid glov. a Urge ajwrtment; rick dress trimminjr S .J h'. tmoalden; +W'' r 1/ -
"rM'lIIn.lh+ f'.r' as will pay the State and T IIE amlcrr'nedt t ."the above Company, general satisfaction jo all who will faror them braids 1aH pitnjw,cords fringescbraids.. Freight aad .leo as low a*by otLeraecessaryartkle/ forfaaUry wwa 4 Jar ,,. ;.,
other :
the due to.+ honed to take n"lrtta.-11I1't nit on with their or tors black lace trimmings, very wide a beautiful of any Any further information caa tolls b) Ian . neci"iry ripen n S9 a : "er*2I r1..n lUckeyI'rvek. l..krlll1rtftee.1Jl L Negroes: oat he mart farorableterm _- N.ndscb lestmtlenlen..aDdLCbad.lp b, '. ... ._ t __ '
.near the Siwsauee: belontrr.r tr and 'T 0 HOLMES, Agt. CLOCKS ETC, kerchiefs IIlie worked edgings and ; Agents.JW CALDWELL.Charleston.BELLECUASSE SThST Is ", 1 W,.. <;
a* *d to BucVinum! Smith. for the year January 3, 18S2 Y. linen and thread do German and Ya a & F15EQAN A -. adtndxtaeN otDrr ."T..i ,
I&,.. L. E. ) d-: -

jtn 8 Tax ama*>r an : B BED Pila u. } ,, ..
.lei "tor, elnmHia" tX Fl*. Inn,31,1S52.1 rpIIE nn Jerscned in weekly receipt of goods in TT VIKG jart m urged from the 5crth. would and velvet bonnet do!, rich bonnet Sept 18,1832. tf-. ID' C sa,. "
-- "- f his lute 1 fmra' the best hones in New York AJL revpcctfully inform pa h1'des that he has lost neck do, very wide plam and figured bos. "_ Df'J1II e7ochet. fJBud r.
TAX OU.IXTOHS BALE .1.ii at all times prepared to furnish any article brought out a splendid aannrtment of liD-tees. slippers ties and Jenny land boot; } $M' r eas5Virrat &JIll .\ Y, >
of the' p"tr ersted iD ere by I!, I.I1id.ay r 1Ure. T. ItraDgers be wendd GOLD AND:SILVER WATCHES gents'very fine boot do gaiters and.11. readymade This Side Up, with. Care. Linena,&b osh,, tea Cambrica, '
By law I alia tl n'er"r .file bel\'re' ". Five..utal.andlt, are not eatie3ed,de clothing, of every description and quality.Tke '- Jaekonets. Swim sod Dbte.d ,nrt fit .,
.. U. Ile 1-c take thesrtiele' j1lJl&re.-.t'ftd per Jltearaer- FLEE GOLD JEWELRY of.every description. snbfcriher would lay that be has enraged aa It' Zcu 'ol ln..r Hosiery QaadkereUc A.4e. -. r'; '
'I e. f Nor .t Itlor.V. first > Ruk to.Clsr k 1 Co,C.dLirer till:Wofee \roGoJJandlrnt" r accomplished Tailor lode ewtom work,which win I Wo ate also receiving .fta ralposonand c.1.i4HI ... i'-;
Monday slay15x}, Ue follow! property M..c i thereat will pay the I and Oogh FT1I pda, BoopUmi*.Fever and Gold and Silver Spectacles. meres and vesting*kept to suit customer/ Planters cr. zNr all!it J1.r. lllalY7 Flow. Z'yrk, rte s ., "
OfttunJColi" .,and the nre wsry ex.fnr Acne remedy: OjrwuJj India CboUgogue: Ayen f.UtE-task at. Spoons,of all kmds who wish to furnish their negroes with shoos" 3_ eto eI vl.Ir\u01l' n t'guA of Ja .loatastd:1lroryCr... r; ."$ '
? dee thereon X0 wir"l20 *er'S of 1st Cherry Pectoral.ncph..Qnioinoi WUtars BaliomWDd Hatter Knirca, Gold and SnrerPEXCILS or clothing,can botepplied with large maatitioSalvery i S&u ll. CnCken .c' i. { ;
lute land near C lstD'Nee on the Snwnuee, be.loopa Chorry. with..nyttt er SrtIdC'-toe Eumcrons -*- low prices.. The public are invited to can and ""PJIfm N'Fiifq!" *\mji rdf'r..aid Wbih -.. .-, N 5.
to and asseonl> to E. Stone for the to mention call and tec. GOLD PENS. 1. eumiMpodIpncedorUamwdftll.4 7Inl1C1L ' nrPAUlr8kJa.r.r .J.ii ;
; u. ,
.1P.1I' x" L B AMERMAX. aeedOiL Also.Load :
devt ': t Sbot.aad Powdcrl ., r ,
ye rl aujTaaiy \ Y.-:
j..8'' T.4X aasrawr an.l Collector..AUig.tvr 03tETnn ( EXTRA.--I' haro-'on hand a lot of LADIES' FAX'S Combs, BrusUes,etc. ,' ., ; Soap of aQkinoXBlank Books Cotogno d oCbor + :o
Calnmbia Co,Fla. ;J _a,31x1S53. O choice soiertioa of Eegsts. consisting in port 1) E It r U lE n Y &c. l latttation and Blill-itc for taleM naoq rra.d d IMp fq la't14 WJ .m.caa4. i yU'UI7 -
-- u of th< tlowlaJWKha: La Fernexa El Odorif. &tv4iJleiN' 71 +ess F.r'slo ea low tryy .
ClOAR 'PO ITE NONYAlES. 1 WILL DISPOSE OP .private. J q r1J semi.JPMp ". :
,TAX COLLECTORS SALE fern Ifs rant Cheroots Manila Cheroot which CA8ESr JO"'a w Nlab0.Ji8 't tared N Pr++bt.. Jc LIVING.Sf AMt p. r,
Plantation tae SLJo c. .
B T Virtue of tke power vested ia me by r win bo old cheap J.ii.PATXE.jan and many other articles, to nrmdrau to ucntisn.C7 -. sale my on paw:(doadmnKajaMo eqt, tttt+ 'p p.twlwab -.At ti macgas i old& actooorriBo Tta. '
law.f kTt r.peso for sale before the 1 Drng tt. The pablie.arelJJY'itedto{ aD..CJ river,at the month of JnlinjUm It.nenn b pan ,uoopodxa sew? wn Sqtea11', : 'A ;
Allir tko first tof 'WATCHES AND JEWELRY miles above Jacksonville. The sitnatio. ttaojd.dtittt '
1.rwreIo*?cot 1.on Monday 1. .. ,
May 153, ibe following' described P"OPTE.i.t| TEA U repaired rfvort notico.and warranted.Jacksnarillo. known to be the)most for its beautiful:the not a river ease 'aglcnrYl1nt3N' a/lY'31lYM r cxrcciitimo He r.T ;.tt M. :'1 Aeftoreerewchthereofewill

pay the State, Tr BTrt sired an extra fine artlo of Green and .Sept.1 1.152. 'III.DO is remark salubrity; .Jt1p'iytn.lddweIl! .tMp&Q1A SUBSCJUnu 1uf agtetxatly- { ,
and r.oUllttaU'5.aad' the peeet-sary, d --Black ,and fares!.by ef fever having occarred ft'ttotrlortabIIsad .list. t ,dadr. psi n :1a++ Ortt"ailuL TnE .. JlQIIIIC.-u. ems! ,

thereon,' to ,wit:' 64 acres 2d.j.te land, !'Ins .I..P.\UE.DraPt. HEW DRUG: A17D FANCY Tbe d. IDgbrOD.and at' of a .1iW'itd+lli+dewtTZ'1 0 tee p.trasg. 'dtitbe pebud t '.n;' din'" ''
the S calculated laFJf'.r somo ire t>aix room anocewde '. 5 '
near ota.bc't wannebelongingit ';". Oo &r..J.JIAuOS"'JVC and osscaeed t o'P a nt I".armsek. for thejesrlSM. 1"Ot. .-A Plant'Dear abont 2* feet leer 8 9. family. ,The land (about 400 acres) ii of good 'd a tH".1ritJa..pIMe&1'bH.aost.; ':
"- L EollloK :n.feel Beam and sharp aDd both>o
S' Tax C.ollktoraDd aHftM. riggod.+ The owner ean nat e ber by' proring prepcrtraad'payfngtharges. o. Earn,Ua Mnvt, ; cotton and corn,and about fifty acres sailed Lret.g pew paotogg 'TaenadaMga>i 1>| (a |taT ef.:s 'f'
jtB .
Allic. :tcr.C jumbia'G .>n....J.iB:3J1SJT : ; :rCnnIST rJ, A ,GIXTRAL ASSOttTME.,T Or' for steam sujar awmt'11 eaae:: There at .1Itcnatlut& is aa admirable jit for > .- ..if.- .'-$-$' OZ.1Ti. 'H :r fbnr-borso.' .tell T .: .
TtDTCallMtors Sale. ,dee 24 TalbotUand.JU3T '.D.It,UG. .SOl.. AIID./It LS P d, .I.ST- S, a U I\ud..Jlt.reofbf1.rl1theeatn m.nw< m" .pm" +T'dl '0u't t!! o qf 1..*! .

oft eeios otC01lDtrybd'.oodedYJt..ld !J ++Il.zI+ j ..g J .

.i' BY ta't"b&lI' the power for vested.!.' .before in-me tbe by : .: RECEIVED, : ., BeeeA.1Ea fl i cE.Ltf? s low D sal. fiefs p a fioorisaiBg oraagegrwr Pal Jsaa S I8S2 j.uJ"11. g ERt.. : "
erpose U
.T TITCS* 'CASirGKOCEBYA with great the city of whici formerly prvdacwi ; >.
nets"UIg-tror.on thelirBtMo.da. on the premisM, ant :11' 'f.. .
183 '''th Jollowia* described >DPROVI5ION STORE.Tnn .1 OKT. income of a thousand dollars year, and will .. i L ....'. l ', .
oTTUay } property H.h ribs the attaa& of)Merchant>nr lciaos shorts fo ajfia,judging from tin present ....r.1.. ;i' Sp.- r.. ",' 4 .
i or so touch thereof as will pay ke State BARRELS best quality FLOUl:' ,and the f,to his Stock,with tho J.1A ti aceofl.lree", ,' .B11 CAt3t nCtOTD.,: '" .

j sad Coaaty Taxn.sod the necessary expense .1U U 20 1st.Ivet MACKEREL,trubi assurance that tke articles wiB be found to be fresh Tke l.tofliC41'al JJadndaria it witaia'.two 'THfi RXW ABEGVLAIt: LISE OF Al'dBtB'r.rGEOB .' : ,
dee ',t* wit: t0'atr.SZdI;, rate tend UtitaN'otPiCKLED8AUIOS do' d prime quality.and at as low prire' +as they can bo and ;tkebouse Packets,between New York,Jacksonville, lad .. :, f'
k. aa Ike Alexander plaeev, belonging Lest ,, bought ia any market of tho Southern coojitry. miles,and tbe steamen pant, repaa Palatka, bj/tkc KeW and ut saffing '4t.W.ter4.if -.i. oi
1 ,AO'tins LARD; n *lity;:; in their,regular trips to and fear Sa- compose' :* .. F bab t .)1 6. i
: to aad aMeased to Joel ..for tke ye.rlS3ijta .3Otaw'ItAIUfJEDI..umtw"utrafanitrJoOI"TEBS. -. wiskiagtopareaase this ,." ScaooacrSt 9- las been;iaece4fnf. !.">. 1- :

.? 8- L MICKLER, nit. ." CHEWING TOBACCO .AKD SEQARS; nilealt', oa-or:address 1>/letter; tk f J0.zY.PfIBRICZ76teas,A.BeaetsCos.'r tiont*.bat ia !* 1IG&5 sttitatdjbdtf>s.
.i s Tax.asaebMr and Collector. '1000 UN sugar eared HAMS, OLD LIQUORS AND WKVES.'FINE"' sobecr 1!*'Jtebonr ," >t ATHlaatorcd>lssbiCaF.Jsa.3Je 1823. of pIT: CUTLERY;..JEWELRY.of -. i -' Ceiaprepa.dt.dttlalrrtaee'ais; .
50 box CHEESE svperior .C.aE3 IIY": WiD'piT j'br3wtL :; ,tars>Sds''o/loatata :: ., )

.1 ALSO JaeltsiatitkDiareb'ID15t .A Bea.t''" rot ae'fd' "
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dti ina'fistiLi- me by A fall assortment of IIuPdare'Plantare, '. J09EPlGBICE..Waftrit. firB' .
-a .r lawy.laball *xpojo:for Y.M re the TOGlo4ImploteatSotnn-ydeterlptioala- 'artkl Of the nost-be
.Ce rt Cease at Alligator,oa the((Mojiday eU-iisr Com Mills Corn Shelters Plongka'Hocxj ..can If "fJO) r BISBKE k-CA50VJLR.K.DUK1V who disk to avaa tti i.isilvo/af the 2 '.

of Hay ItSAf the following deacriked property ,Cbains,''Axes STe- ,Also alirjf;at- kolma.J. .lI.d Tl1EudeniKDeddft"ltOf'.ft'valuable a 11, .eat-is of thre.tseat sees.1B ; -_" a r A

"at h tkrreof,. .ill pay tke. Stale aad BOOTS. AND.81IOES, aad be tastos thinks-, IDP.: articles l1.wiil adapted bo'gtadto to tbeirwants Mineral Spring, sifoated aine ((9)) attics- JUlgoodV4ireete4to 4ael .iBE will beeorr. L .i: ., .

c.,1'&S. sod .tfce. atry .xpenrtBrf iseladlag men's coarse sad fine-Brogans.r ,ef ev. exhibit and l1fMC"'lL'o.U.wHl_bare; b a few b- ftltot.Ocala la Marioa eonnty ITorida.T P&Q ll'TLTFOB1fdRDER1;' IJ"a' INtatairferaptifJ. ,PSI hEtea .' '. ,
tlrerton, t.f it w,.ttA 1 acrdm". rai* *des pJA fast raU eprop rtiesef tke aiiaeral,as far aa ws 3 t.,2Odaw '
-leacriptie& .UKpaMQl'taleaul: Sep&aa'Wt'1S:2UE( :. zl', ,' t .
.,bajotfcsjt t.aadiaiYHltata:Eryaat;BoraeK. ery SODA FOl1NTA1Nr 'tal1d.tftmla..1Iun.a..yaaaanpriaiailar. ". .'.. !L/- -. .. _.. ._. : ..: : .. a "
'litdrlartrtld' Cyrui :
S.the Jeer.ISS2,- i. K} MlCKLFJL, -y.-u ._ v -- "GEe'-R.,f .Y
JuiS, Tat u.eeeotaad Col 1eclat. ef ''AHt" ;]Jrt.zs .n and 'r S nee w'uukf taV,A cof risV'VERTSCP fee Spring la la an eligible d .& at Ellettttti tao CBrna ,ieO.aadProiactiau of y'i "

.AlJi Z.t..r,C.I;tabu Ca'is,Jaa.3J,1S53. whole Targ t.' ijirgtfqnantlrjerWWES -..,. S8DA''Qj..a.'rE1l, k S1' LtPS some dntaaeo from'any water eoorse,'soaao- :F O RI'JA. f f t. iUcnONEM .=T N ;
:: 'l tS..nrikA'IeiM.ed 1 VCT: '(' q'ettLJ1D sable to tkt tame casualties aa tin f'l'BISt.lftM&ctnllt.'fc far aJed'tIIollanof rltEW ;

BOARDING QOV&. .. AWD AMNES r JIUnI-U'. _'.1uB.'K-PATlII. Suwaaaee,atd most ot ken ia Florida,sabter' A ''J.B-XsJUry. salt at.tho,. ?ewj".eee j d C ;. tt .
TOOT SUBSCRIBES b t>ma>t4JL t..cieaau .t older yiatspf.nrt.rt'eredio tkn mar -- "- ran.being exposed at this point iaeoase- Jaobaoaam.. 'Prick irl I T "H : r ; ; ,. ," .
r ; WARTrFttd.thf.reoMeetelK tcWre Peoi OSee Stamps- for tetters aa* s, ,
date a few ..e&W lhe.:1tl. TVodtan ;Segitt lLlligaa''qwna.ltuaro..Yi.c..n4.n1y.r. TJIB8t7BSQIBDsaftt '
.u.1f.rQ.U'et tke Town, lk .loeaOomof 14.1"-Nn tr.1" "fA &$. .& 'Srs: ;" "- ';. W s. ,

.Urk is know to baxkagaty fc+oraUota koattk .good p p 'brig h exek nge f*jooda.: .t1.' moved at tke Drag i. Fancy Store oT JIU&.a.eri.gplate.i' Address at liadieoa,Fa, uns.1ND1I'UOO1fGUa "; abe bu aeee t II :.. ;

.rddees.Ateth..tb toTatioeu. Tbe onse.kas. Ii raft'.".w i O'.tp 5 t 'JOHSaJLPAYHE.';' .. U n"p '[ ,L.WBJTE. J. JWW.t_'s .' I
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ko4.rooos+ well plaaiewd, ,. in' R ;"
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water whiek ts a important tt+s4 ia tin very examine befoi bayu *lMwkerc. .: ) feSh'Arelt'als'f' A.g:<8, 1832. t }- 't ;CatterpiLTHE \-.o :' "" Ji f" z' 0. Ia"- titler tbeat ii. '
bost.'aatf I ahaB flpo+s.watee to rondo my boose :**. -- *-y. rJ> aadendg'aed ki HtelJr remved a, fresa . OfL[," "lf1.4 >:adjteJM ids .

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E ,'. '. ...!':rr: "d tMUsTtrat II Pectoral;.Balsam; of Wild Cherry.-Just rtcelvedandfofsalebjr -TtflLL)practice la th.Eastern CJrcaiU Bmsiwa .CBAJOE3 W1LLEY,,.. r .JOft !a1AAxDrij lD\' -j
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t II- j.. j1i.U-Th: --JIII".laaGt" Jy, 10 ,' Druggist.NOTICE ._. J&t. Chmlo'Diarrhea Bet By.eIt& t t
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SLJoltn'nln.l'.fUt..tD .
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watfl ell arrearages *
dlacoaUannd :
,1te..p : ; ,w .d
> MISS P. SWART AXD.MES. M. M All LOW fiB BY'.t r JArt; .iCoedaH hus.betn Ptec'twhich' "_, #_
.* tW4-; loa the p aofUkoPabliAers.T undersigned Offers eighty (SOt T.r N ,' eiows ue boars bfamtatt and depar- as.rataJaedIu,4s. .. -

U71DvLirLW. : 'wHfbo Inserted o..the. TUB ,. : Mineral 'situated nine (Similes: 'FOURTH.TEAK fthis !seUtaI1otwiilL U >practieetnth*Eastern and Southern Circuits 3o'cloclrsn." ,' FXGLE'gTANt. ;
Ibo Spring, LeaiesCUr101toa T ,at ;
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I .* J under west.Ocala,la Marion county Florida. eoameaoe M th.<20th-of September Leaves Jacksonville Wednesday,'at 3 "* lI3Tdu I. t.p.ft d'
) tOaa poilar parequare,of twelve lines The ela es will be arranged w* aa to embraee CIao District Court teethe Northern DlktdllerIda. MKrnrtHnta T lOi'laP t.
;The properties ef.the..mlueral ai frva. .'We tf Leave _Picolata.Wedaesfhy, at 7 froieeYvlTmedic151t
.f Jlbrflie arrf bMerOoa.and f$ tmd for aach wbsejuent different ago son!capacities of&. pnpOa, and thearogrively February T,1851 OStgrowIngJis "Z
can determine, without aa a ualy sis.are"similar their Intel1eet8allmproy. -. --'- --_- tbe.WUtli.t l1 rWa..It I #vais.'gand weds.-
liberal promote .
< *.etto...4T" yearly advertisers. :a to those possess*! by the Snwannee Springs.fbe ment, and aim insure to them thorough Instruction Cooper & Basinger Leaves Pflaika.Thursday, at 7.o'cfock a JU, I.T Vegetable, ami designed*t,r.. tot the, 'Z1

.Y 4iiept'iifl1( $made., ., Spring Is 3 in ineligible situation,.at in the varioan l'rUHDt..rnterattm and science. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Leaves Piedata ." JO w M. care of tae above diieat*.; The lateatrr ainr ,:j'-

"S7'' ;antl'mut be paid for before some distance from any water cour f,t conseqnebtly -: Mathematical continued by Leave Black Creek I '' 'r K. Proprietor UfJly tSonvineed flat U 1 la I..*
-* 'il rUoB a"eBbtar i easterner.. By refer.. net!tab1 to the satnecasunItieas tie the former Teacher:- BArANNAu-GA.. Leaves Jacksonville Friday, at 3 A .. valuable dbii5 N fart ta* cut that :,Y. ,!

Hniu oar terms the requisite uia may,be _trI' Snwannee and most others In" Florida,subterranean The French aad Drawing Department will. be WILL practice la aU the Coeds of the Eastern The .accommodations Passengers. .are has given IUD the town ia which h*mUre-a* "'f'
under .
ed at this in consequence the dircctioa 01 Pro Des lLx-hen. : 'of Georgia! also In the Eastern Cir boat ',
sadfransnuttedwlth the advertisement.Jjy ,being ezpo point, Musical Instruction will be linn 5s'the rn.of .' unsurpassed by any ever placed oa the ant l'r csceeiiijtt. which it Jei -'
Florrfa. .
with the ,the earth's having caved;; easy of access. that cult St.John's. Freight and Passage as low M bj Met warran'' him1 '
AdverUsements not marked nam.isrof this Invitation by any of the Profe-rors of Office on the Bay,over the Republican Beading sayingihatit Is a POl- :J}.
Insertions'rocmired, wfll be eoatiauod untdfortW.smlebargedfbr. and is eapaple of being made very pleasant Science ia Jacksonville; the Principals leaving it Room. any other lice. Any farther Information can TIVECURE. lie a as therefore come to the, '.

; : .watering place. M.'JilOD Fa, optional with.tbe parents and gnaroians to decide.TERMS -.1 CBAKLES P.COOPER., W.S. DASIJI\GIIt. be obtained by apply ing to either of the under. determInation to pUee it Britain the reach O.

: ; wu 'all < DAVID L.-WHITE; Jr. ("IMdJMJU'Io-'or one quarter of Dee IX tf signed Agents.J all, knowing E6 w many safer with this -
be.cbarp for an- very
r' ;fjy.Five, J>ollars, out Jacksonville i. TL McBORY, Jr. '-eleven weeks; -,--- 'W CALDWELL Charleston nnpfeaaiBtand aften dangerous Disease '

.Boaacwnaota ef candHt foroBkce' ; la. 'adrance.Onssqaare Aug.28, t8 :_ Orthography, Reading,'.Writing and Arithmetic Felix' Livingston BELLECHASSE & FlNEGAff, tiM&rly In the Soulbfrn and Western State.pen-.'
'. for slf month ,' : T 410 00 ,'. m$4 M
; Jacksonville In pareJaAS 1 tny INDIAN LOXECCST
:Lea or'other Easiness Cards,' an. 10 90'Votice JUST Grammar, Geography and History, 5 00 ATTORNEY. LAW B II Pilatka.
:: per NEW FALL.,GOODS Mathematics and tho branches or : REID, partleulnr and .iee ttf(5Ty( written signature'
to Debtors aad cr clit.or.'i: TOO REaEIJ'ED.' English Literature '. 6 00 r,- FLA. Sept 18. 1852. :0 tf on the labeL -

: -Application; tor Letters Administration & 00 The French Language,In classes. 5 00 April 56. tf I refer Lbe ablicto'a few certiCeates below

.*- AppllcatloalordisialssalMAdmlaWrator,'10.00 THE Subscriber:woald beg'leave to inform the Drawing and Painting. iK & 00 .LV ; W STAGE, LINE. elected from among Many received from rspccUble *-*

"Editorial noticeJ fof private benefit wfll he char- -that he bas just received very largo Slosie, from f 10 to $15 for 24 ICSROBS. i C. A. PRICE. eitiiecs of Jacksonville.KGJttllT '.

.?-: Hiil splendid assortment. ? An additional charge of 50 cents for fuel, will ,;i-lQI-fllET0R8 will POISSETT
adVertking. *
rates of AND SOLICITOR.Palatka
do bl.the ATTORNEY
fed also be each patron for one quarter during .ran Passenger Coach during ; '
-. 07*An religion notices will be inserted grataitowrtyr ?" :D1tZ. ,GOODS, HEADY" MADE.< the winter. Feptl.lSJl. 1I.h\ : Florida. --- the summer season betweenthe valauWe P. S. Planters, Medkine.shouW. not lie .lt1o,' tai** "
.r' bo CLOTHING i,HATS,& CAPS, BOOTS Will attend the Courts of the Cercuit.jsn Upper White Snlpbur Spring and Alligator keep it on hand.A.M.UEED Eteiy ooiht- tef :

f ,Alf admiasablepenoaal communication will 1 :m ou Mondays, and 'Upper,White Sulphur ind ;
Agent for Jaekzon.rdue.
charged. ; as advertisement!.' .AND .SHOES, Lower Mineral Spring on Thursdays; connect' _

S : : :'. _bins for Job'Triating. ; mntTbe p on a rich' aMortracnt of Monslin de Laines.American, lasslcal .aid'Easlis i Institute, ( A N8mt ing with the mail stage from Tallahassee,11 ,Jacksonville,Aagasl 1C II*3i. .,fy

the doUvery of the work English and French, both plain and fibred; Uim- leased the ,and mail stage from Jacksonville onlunoJltl&
bu.ineanel eommunkatlons hams Cellcoen floored and plain Alpacas Mohair ) This line will afford comfortable Notice. T
'<1 Jty AH letters oa U HAW MILL have formed Copartnership for
Lustres Persian Cloths .Mednoea; Para and access with no night tiavel to tbe
English easy ,
attention. y. the of Direction for Poiaaett'a Jai
to receive using
mart be 7wf paid, Plain P..l3fl9W2rPItINCIPAL. 1iv
t matta Cloths; Bombasines; Broeade Filks Mineral Springs on the wanner, for all per Lust will .
l *. I. :- Chameleon do: wide black do; Florence do;;colored 8A'tVXGXTJ1flE1L, sons ajjpking health and asvnseme at the a- be found on the I-.idulta.wrappr/
,' l''j, ..." ': satin's; &.' .Krvry ,rich awortraent',of Cashmere TilE Subscriber baring bad several year for the Homo Market under the style and title of bon on enth bottle. Where there is fryer attend;
Watering places.
;: AGElITS'L.j.JoB't all wool' shawls; plain, printed and embroidered in teaching, has concluded to establish CLARK &BUTLER. JOhN CLARK. Ing the disease, a purgative',bill,! in, ire,j'
*- -:. :J BICAKD,'Tallaaassee, Fla.J. black silk mantillas Persian do: black and colored his School !i. this place; and respectfully J110.' BUTLER. D J & J W SHEFFIELD, ate b* osed before the Loxecutt. Sbful.
eilk hose Do and lace mitts,' Paris invitee the public to call and tent its merits. Proprietors.
English gloves there be
.'G. M.\ Jx>!f, Esq. Ocala, Fla.Jbim It will bo his constant effort to cultivate the n-: The above subscribers would respectfully White; Spring Pin a tendency toioffamntMin.parge moderately .
kid glor.s, a large assortment; rich dress trimmings solicit the PATRONAGE of the Public.2Ias __ :!__! 1752-ly and give the Loxeeust ia '
Fla. and .f and smaller doe
friendship esteem bis to instil
DAKLina, Esq Tamp, ; braid: lace gimp, tords and fringeebraldi.; pupil; they have entered into the business for the express than the dose.,
:.. .denTSRossKi.LJfewnansvilleFla. black lace trimming,very wide; a beautiful or tbo e.principles which tend to develop the human CEXTRAI STAGE L1TOE, average
: embroideries. needle worked collar; Do' cuffs, intellect and to refine tho heart. purpose of -
Capt. /J."Ks-iaHf,;Alligator, Fla. bands;chcmev ttes,'amlcnleevcs, andLChftndkcrchicfsx Without !ibtln tb. loan sectarian, the Institute SAW1XO LCSIBEH* FOB JACKSONVILLR, FROM JACKSONVilLE TALLAHASSEE. A FEW lORE OF TIlE jiAxi* CEP.TIFI

"fJBJ Faaar,.Esq,'Garey's Ferry, uia.a. l .. needle Worked e6ghig,< and inserting* will bo conducted on religious principle. : .e-AND VlCINITT.-3 SEMI-WKEKLY. GATESTutimtMnm
linen and thread do; German and Valencinei ox>; By a most thorough system reviews and examinations I -
I Crjiraa,Esq,,t. Augustine Fla. worked flouncing; embroidered skirts; do window which experience has, suggested, the They will aim have a Grist Mill attached to the I THE Proprietor takes The 0 frfwltr PtyMyn. _
Cedar Fla. Principal Batters himself that knowledge once ac. Machinery and at they have the agency of one of cS ,
J'udge A.,STESLK, Keys, drapery &e; a tory superior and rich style of nk'and ; I. ( that he bas itiea of this Medicine
j -ffiyt (he Is
; I public Jam from
velvet bonnets do strain-rich bonnet ribbons quired,cannot*>e lost. the PIA\1>O MACHINES of Isaac Brown of ; a regular pbysieiaB-
t Gi n>skt, Esq., Pilatka, Fla.' ; Great offered- ia in few -! --' sa placed upon the route a new in Columbia county:
.andneekdo,.very wide 4ain.nd: figured, buskins inducement" are in tho way ot Baltimore, which will b* operation a days. and
..' JACHO PaiesT, Esq;, Flemlngton, Fla. bootees slippers tics and Jenny I.ind boots health and beauty of situation-to parents wishing and which is entirely novel in this part of tho conn- is npiendkiFOfJRJIORSE to COACILand that in the he Pus: Osoyx Columbia e

I C. P. Esq Savannah, Gi. gents'very fine boots do gaiters and shoes: ready to send their children front home, as no pain will try-and ono of the firm beIng an old and experienced shortest prepared convey time.passengers throagh behorses aMr. E.F,Febl'1lAr1'JUt, IWt J
Ho ha. of the
possible relays
made clothing; of every description and quality.: be spared'in jirovidmg for their comfort and en. hand with all the above machinery and both Egbert Poiasettr -
-- : jovujtnt.The'dbcipnne'wni. of them being well acquainted with the wants of at ditTenent points, so that no more time is Dear Sir I have "
The subscriber would say that he ha'engaged an lost than is : used three bottle of In-'
if be inflexible,though mild..ridJ1eTSIJui the in their line, they will endeavor to give necessary for their change. dian Loxecnut your
: ; uEbr Nrws accomplished Tailor to do cntom"work,which will City This Stage leaves Jacksonville Sunday and all sneeeeding...irabI1. OM el
4 be done with elegance' and taste. Cloths, rasri- ve. general lIat f'aeUon. to all who will favor them. Wednesday every after the arrival the heCtic was used la a ease of Chrwii.l>v yi.tefy
The coarse of instruction includes alt the branches with their or lent which had ,
and to suit easterners. Plan- produced
mores Testings kept prolapse
of the steamer from Savannah and returns ia eMus*or protrusive vr
4 :JOB ton who wish to farni. their negroes with shoes of a thorough'flnwhed English education, and August 185% 14 tf time to connect with them on their return trillS.- the rectum, which bad baffled all other remedier

.' _# or clothing,can bemppliod with large quantities at a full preparation any college el*?*. These steamers connect with others at Savannahfor that had been tried, (and tb' were nut a frw J I .
very low price The puhlps are invited to call and JSXQLISU STUDIES. Charleston and New York thus affording to The result was a final cure with .ne bottle. Tour A
with Care. ;
.Yn.o..ree.iYocf"from New York a supply of examine goods ant prices.for tbemsclve Orthography. Heading; Penmanship; Phonogra This Side Up, travellers from the North or others visiting Tallaha Indian Lozoenat is tbe meet -ith. and certain i
L B AMERMAN. play Grammar; Geography Ancient and Modem cure for Dysentery ADd J) *rrL. f I
and other materials suitable for Job Printing /*eo or the interior towns of Florida,a speedy aay remedy
.' shortest Jacksont illc. Oct P. 185%. c History; Rhetoric: Book-keeping;Composition and I Lj .gpt '01 l.Jwnuwt transit. A coach ewmeets with this Ihio to and that I have as yet learned the naeot IKevpcetfany
to at no-
.f wo ire now prepared execute I Declamation: ; Botany; tho Bible; Vocal 3Iusie; a3gS: ;: N303Vn from the White Sutphnr Springs' in Hamilton ,your tt, .

bee; ,.all kinds ofPanrpbleU Plantation and Ifll-sitc for sale t'1rurin: county. FERX A DEZ.BISBEE A COUJane P.\.CAD).11. D.
SCIENTIFIC COURSE. (T.N Y 11 K Y.1I KJf.Iflqxv1 < >.15. e. ndmc another sumJy wtawdUulv
i Circular Jrb I WILL DISPOSE OF, prirate S.Olsale | Intellectual Moral a"d.S jo otes aiu( joj ju 3 y si Mf .lUOU3N If t 20-Cut Agent for Jacksonville. mar 11 P. W.V.J.
Law Blacks Hand BiitvBaalaeu .Philosophy;
,PWition on tie St.Jobu'sriver Astronomy Chemiafry: Logic Gpolo r.MATHEMATICALCOUjtSE.. sputa
Bill, ;
., < .. VisIting Cards CanU,, Khow Billa of Lading,: ;at the month of Julington creek sixteen ." slrcvapu'IItq1! pmrp..LI1..JO povat1niiid eq IlU\ BUFFINGTON HOUSE, TInt .Rc,, Strflrll.J.bnDvil1e .

miles abore JacksouTille. The situation is "J.t "U33KIJ VQJ.J.OJ'NOIJ.J11KtS JACKSONVILLE EAST FLORIDA. oy.1: 1851.
',Labela &' kft *". Arithmetic: Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry; Jlr.
t r.roillllett.-Dear
\ ::.\' AO 1r3mI01Jd Sir: I '
known the ex
to be most .beautiful on the river Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geometry,
.' ;AU lillifor (: ofthu linJ,to H paid on ppal s aud pressing to you nry approUtion of IndiajLoxictut
oJ eq IUM! /
Differential and Calculus.CLASSICAL your
rll. Juno,H.i and remarkable f.ria silnbriiy;T>ot case Integral rooD'pa.lD39i1 milE PROPRIETOR of this well known House M a family medicine. I have used it witf

of fever bating occurred there for many years. COURSE. U.-KHI svn ai'Iood fjyraay orf) Sinqsnunj.IoJ 11mrvJI JL is pleased tn announce to his old patrons,and good success. Younr, mroetntnr. _
Tbe is and cnmforta )f'ltnJ Latin: CreeL German. tho- visiting the "Sunny South" for health or
dwelling sp-icious
I .ca Ptt'AIiT.FroM
.' : 1i'IJVUl1I1iJ.l3jIP oq1I L .
: I 1111 JI9tlllIq Uiuwg eq
i CEO. 'H. SrciTII & CO., A course it Lectures will delivered duringthe pleasure that
calculated for the accommodation of awed
a large jo 3paittoiii wjnlis! o) ou puvU U.q!
AUCTIONEERING AWB COMMISSION family. The lint! (about 400 acres) is of good year upon PhiloKophy and'Chemistry. The I put'onlo/xl aqj jo rjtrsu oijj q1M; JIjJIDI'l 1'-)1Ul11nl His house has undergone a thorough renovation Rtr. Jtlm CLy.JurIwirille .

.MERC'J1ANTS, quality and well a&tpted to the.cnltiTation of School will be furnished with a'new set of apparatus i 0I 'UOnU.l3I1iQ jut 1IMUJadH.! a UlO.l f1lV1II Mr.Poinlltt-ni.; will -AW. 17.WJL,
inform that for
and will afford ample yn several -
: _.,. JACKSONVILLE,. E. FLA., cotton and corn,and about fifty acres'suited for becoming, acquainted with Science opportunities and the I 141U11MOilT and has been well fitted up to mit the mot fastidious yeml have suffered much at different times'from
'4 for sugar cane. There is an admirable site for 'HSraIIYHJHHW aNY HU'fPAf baring most of his rooms Chronic Diarrbcs I hav tried roar ladian

a steam saw.mill at the mouth of tbo creek and practical operation o fits law's.The :JO''!| U. q1l'UItImo'l1! II.dnlu.3 Cain omijsal3o1s Lt.iecu.-4, and received an entire relief;.and...*
SUBSCRIBERS co FarnUhed whit Xew Furniture entire.
; ,TIIE i t possesses the advantage being in the centre Academic year will be divided into four I "'itdWo tiq o) 'Ai| JOUd3 otqnd[ no reason to donU it* bring permanenC Bclieviar- '
.10 for the purpose of carry ing on sales the of a section country fine]; wooded with yellow quarters eleven weeks each Students may aquo uOIIU311.! call IP f l injiasaLiaz a'uold "I\ The Proprietor has aLes secured the services of a it to be a duty whkh I owe t. tbe afflieUd I pr- :'
,above business and are prepared to. enter after the commencement of any quarter lady oflonjr standing and reputation as a IlbnreKeepcr. sent yon this certificate which you can use as :.
There i II you .
either on consignment or' at auction, (one of the pine. flourishing orangfgrove and be charged only from the time of their ad. I .g 'ai'1JANoFNvr'AyIIiI He will spore no pains to make thi"Hotwo think proper. I will sIne aay. that I. eoavenmr "
auctioneer. Both of the firm'are on the premises, which formerly produced an
.. "flrmteingan ) misson. one of the beat in Florida and hopes by with nanny wise( havwHyar D1 iriJte.l have :
otgrrcico nxv xonoav :1
wen acquainted with the merchants and oitisens of income of a thousand dollars year, and will keeping a good house and giving his er'On.1 attention not found one who did net receive rvlirt .
.. (' tho interior, which gives them the advantage of do from the TERMS.- IltllJ1 pare .\\ > '
shortly so again judging present to bn!inws to merit and receive tb.patronage JOhN V.LEY.
4 'making ready sales of any goods or merchandize thrifty anal healthy, appearance of tbe trees Board and Tuition including light,fuel '.; 1I01t.! xi 'r of the public. PaftorMcthoiIift Charcb,Jacksonville.MCSD.etl .
.. .hiel1lD&l be seat to them on consignment. The Post Office at Madndarin U within two and washing, per svmion of 5 months *120 00 lie respectfully solicits a call front his friend -
'. '
will their attention to makinjt good Gorman or French 6 00
give .
They Dylngandlieno-vating Establishment and Travellers general % FLA. OeLTI.ISSI. ;:
miles. and the and the
and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit stemt'rsIll' repose (Payable quarterly in advance) A Large and extensive Livery Stable is attached Pear Fir-Pome time since I wax on a visit nar'your
house, in their trips to and ,from SnTonnfih. 8AVAXXA1I GEORGIA
patronage from merchants and tradesmen of FOR ianv ICDKITS. to the lon( e. place and was suddenly taken sick.
.tner cHios, who wish to-mll goods in our market. Those wishing purchase this pro- English Pindics and Mathematics. *.10 00 73 Yollr /, rear /tile Court Erase The Western Stage leaves the house soon after Your Indian Loxeesst waa reeommnxled.very Tb-.' .'

-AebusneaSin their Use will be promptly, at. perty may call on or address by letter, the Including the Scientific Course 12 OU TSTABLISUED IN 18T.Z the arrival of the o&tll.SAt'EL friend that I was visiting happened to have ab *tl.'

.*ndU" subscriber, at Jacksonville, E. Florida. Latin and Greek, 1200 -T AthS' Silk and Woolen Dresses Phawln Table BCFFINC.TON Proprietor. otic iu the hoailC and I used it, .and take pleasure "

41 i. -". GEORGE n. SMITH, CHARLES BYRNE.Jacksonville German or French extra 6 00 .Li Covers, Ac-, cleaned and Dyed various co Sojember 25, 1852. GusNEWDRUGANDPAN in informing you that it eared me, I cm aver**Ur

JOHN w. PRICE' March 10,1852.I ,(Payable quarterly in advance.) Ion Ladies' Bonnets bleached anil pressed in a .- baving niy name in print bat still, for tb.Unfif ,

ikrtwcts-A J&f Reed Fernando Bi l>ee Jt A liberal deduction will be made for pupils in fashionable style: Kid f loves cleaned and Gentle CT of those that may be afflicted. jom ran publish thirif -

,CrfBBimltCf'i; Cey Samuel Williams. Ahmp & >.!HV'CU!f & CO., the Primary rtndieg. Mr. Brown in also able toMHrnretbe men'.Garment.cleaned renovated or dyed as may yoa think it nceenvry. .

-.'Boun.J Jacksonville Boston ft Ganby.J A Laroacb BAY STREET' JACKSONVILLE. FLA services of a mOlt superior German Pi- tie required. All done ia tbe same style which bat 3 O g. Tours with rennet,
anirt should there be sufficient PtSAXSAH HARTLEY
,.EM, Moore A Co Seaborn Goodall Savannah.JatttonlU rncnnrappment to generally TO much pleased my patrons and friends
Fin Jan 10. 1852.' U' WOULD rwperffully Inform their customers employ him. Address, Jf. F. BROWN. Terms moderate. Orders from the country and interior TIIE SUBSCRICKR is now opening at his store, Dr.E.Pomfett.JackMnvin.. Fl*. '

) the|m\.t.\C generally that their FALL Tirttrmm.qilon of Georgia. Florida and South Carolina oa Fonrta tlrrrt, GRATIXI.T Hiu Otto

STOCK OF OOODS have arrived andare now Wniard Hall.Rev S R Wynkoop,Rev Corr thankfully received and punctually attended to. A OENEB.1T. ASSORTMENT OF Dear Sir-Year Indian Loxeeust i 20.1851. -

'. New Goods !:New Goods ready for the inspection of those wishing to purchase Chambers Capt H B Nones.Wilmington Del. Dr m r27-ir ALEXANDER GALLOWAY DRUGS OILS i PAINTS, Some time since I parrlnroi!a bottle m ffon diweine.

Q1Vh lmie and JletaU.-a Coed!'ArticJer at Lore--Price*. Miller, Brandvwine Village, Del. P.evT Bradfonl. awn \.M.Reed E*|> year spent awl gave U to on* or

Theirstoek consists. of Dry Good, ot at* D.t..erJk.I : llrvj F.RockwcTl. Brooklyn, XV; HOUSE FOR SALE. my negroes that had ruffered very math from a_
from NrwTorfc part
B CEIVEP : rrect a WAnDY aflD1-:
lion J Dr A E
Bndd MedforJNJ. attack
JUST moot and from jIb to Miphant. TWO Story Frame House nearly new, and vera of Dywnlery. It cured him. Semi
/ &Assortment of Fashionable Spring fresh fIniyOmCCriOP every! quality ; IIardwareTin name ware kerteys Wooden ,7>/<*lJr*.-Theo Hyatt Rev Thos Cann Rev Z A A situated in a pleasant part of the town, is offered Eocently selected with great care in the cityof afterwards I had another negro attacked with tile

.. Dress Gooda of French, Itritkh;and American' ware,Coots and Shoes,; Hats and Caps, of the MaiufiVItt, Wilmington, Dd. L Barrows, Andover, at private sale. Apply :JTEW-YORZ. same disease. I purchased aaotbcr bottle, sad it ,

*"*WanBtactBre1 comprising In part-. latest styles. Ladies'.Bonnets, and a variety of serviceable Ma<44 1; M Moore. Savannah, Ga. nov 13 CHARLES BYRNE. He tavitM the attention of Mrrcliawt rkrirlans > eared him.aim... .IL

a ;-**',:'French'oil eol'd Ginghams,.American do.1 and fancy articles, which cannot foil to ,Jauuary 3,1852. ly and the Comna.ltr,to nu Stock with the I A no sos nentate a moment ia- reeontBmTdinr'

,' French,English, and A mencan Prints, suit the mose"'rted tastes ol tae FAU sex who. MARION COUNTY LAND FOR SALE. a nrance that the articles will be found to be fresh your Indian Loxeeart to the public'.* Veins tbo
,, furniture.ChintXjFig'd and Plain La.nllal are especially invited to ell of prime quality and at a*low prices as they can bo I most certain remedy for Drmterj that I have ever"
t r. Muslins. ,, 'L A MECHANICS, MANUFACTURERS AND TIlE Subscriber offers at private vale, the fol- bought in any market of the S outbera country. used or beard ot If yo ace proper, you can JI'I b.
described tracts of land in Marion Jim this. Tours
A fcoleel ofSaidfra. Bridk l\l arl truly. .
assortment '
Plain and Fiy'd Swiss Mnsv1int -, n. -
tCoanty. These lands are nearly all hammock and MILES
.. gail;,Collars tc4 Trunks CarpetBags,Umbrellas, ciremrjo TOBA-CCO AND SEGARS PRICE
; *#< not In the 8tate.N. Dr. Poinsctt. Jaeknonsille.JSCISOSVILLLFJ.a.
'.' and all that usually found in store in this in quality are surpassed by any *
.*""", 'Cambriej andJacuonettptaiDlnd checked,I country, the half of which would.any be too numerousto The' Eighth' Volume;of the SCIENTIFIC W. qnart..roC Section 31,and g. W. quarter, of OLD LIQUORST AND WISES, VINE Sept :. 1551.

t .Rgfd'Beraget Silk Tissues, rerj rieh pat- mention." AMERICAN eommences on the 18tb ef September. Section 30, Township 13. Rang 20. ((320 acree.) CUTLERY JEAFELRY. Da.E.POI"IIETT-Sir: Thin ia to'.. thai I

. I ..'* tlfrnar. .* Their rtock having been selected by -one of tbe .. It is principally devoted to the diffusion The West half of N.W.quarter and the We t &. &.&. have been permanently cured eta"vero Aharrbte

.t 'Wid..Black Birti Tery cheap'- BIarseli. 1m. and one well:aequahtcdith the wants of. of useful practical knowledge, and i id eminent. half of the S. W. quarter of section 7, township TEAS-(1IL1CK4XD GREE.J.\ ) by the arc of your most valaablo medicine called;
.aad Florence Silks 'of color the people of this section. they only pay- H.;Range SO, ((160 acre) Indian Loieenrt. after snferlngtoraiertJan J: -
every ly calculated to advance tbe
interests at'airlow the
; great of The N.W.quarter of Section 35, the C. half Of the finest quality, prices aa ram
SEE months with that
r'CALLAND titrtrt.
Crape Shawls plain and embroidered, industry-Mttlanicalf 3t'rnIfuttvriv;. end jig.jTicB7f. ot N.E.quarterof Section 34, tho East half,of article can be sold in the Southern country. dfctrem'ng I lake plea_
being fully assured that none will nnraiC.ed aro in recommending,oar most valuable audieiiie'
". *Par's Kid. 'Gloves,Black. .and eolor'd Lace. either as to tbe quality of the goods go away or the pri- .
.Mtts' ; r them. *,_ nation., the S.W.quarter of sect 28, township 13, range 20 their
aDtitire.Gt jecs asked for : win find he thinks many atticT adapted to remaia your*trait .
: iI }.'-Alt kinds of Country Produce taken ia It it unti vailed as a Journal of the Arts and S. and E. wants and tastes-all of which ho will be glad to A. J. JOlIllST x.
icu'Lind Polka Gaiter .' exchange for good,at the highest market price Sciences, and maintains high character at Also, a tract of 483 acres,on the South side of exhibit and sell for CASH. He will have ia a few formerly of Jaekroirvlllc. Jf. C.

-. ..:'Bronte-tipped Bootees Opera Gaiters-- Again,CAtb AND scs, We charge nothu.; for .home and abroad. Orange Lake, adjoining the lands of Mr. Solomon days, a first rate Mr. .Pohisctt' Sir:' For tbe bebefit or ibr
and fractional sections 21 and
Moody, embracing
,h1a&l. TisBskinLSIippers&c.. showing our goods. ._ The Publishers pledge themselves that the dIeted cal 'the
.a < SODA IOU publi&h following have
in 22. All them FOUNTAIN
flFcUEN'&cO.Oetr. 22. township rangn tracts are .
a -., ,The moat appl'01'ecl.tle of Spring Bsnaets; ; future Volumes shall at least equal if not surpass the best quality Cotton Lands.For had raven caws of Dutnbeeaon my plaatalno

4'. Do. Children' Hats, Silk Bonneta.,.richly : 185T. __ ._ 0- their. predecessors. ,An>on g the subjects terms apply to the subscriber at Jackson A KD WIJ.I. KBCr A COBSrATT SCTP1.T or t bin season;all ef which have bern cured .
-. ', and of the latest fashion. HOJ33.: -WATE1L: A: 8'SB.UJ. ,
triBrtned Civil [ .
WINTER columns are Engineering, Architecture ville. nor 1852.] CIIAS. BYRNE. fob.e of your moss valuable medicine calW
.. .' ''Frtnch Flo werti rich Bnnet Ribbons. Railroads, Bridges- Agricultural Implement, ._' of the very best quality and flavor. Indian Loiecust. Yours r t'JW'cfcun1p.JOIIS
GntitMtift Wears Jacksonville Male Institute, june2*-tf JOHN )PAYNE.
4. Manufactures
,* dQOO. of Metals,. Fibrous and Textile .
'B".otSj Gaiterafld Shoe' flmK Eubscriben would respectfully eall the at. Substances,Machinery for the purpose Chem REV SWARt, A. M., PrnC'ljH.J/ . Black 'neL. Feb.PRICE. Jf

Beady made Clothing,a splendid assortment. X. teotion of their friends and customers to their ical Processes.Distilling,Coloiin?,&0. Steam I, WATCHES JEWB.RYj'; CLOCKS Dear Sir-Some lime sIne,.. member lat, M2.. -
aome very fine.twatry ;. new and well selected stock of Fall and Winter and Oas Engines, Boilers and Furnaces, Math ,Sates Tuition. my

4 'merchants supplied for cash, on Dress Good, connitting in part French. English cmatioal I, Philosophical and Optical inntrumr I. Orthography Reading, Defining, Arithmetic and C. D. OAK, family was very ill, Hxleed.-WMb D nltGtL I
The country and American PrintOinghamst Chambrays nts, Cars Carriages\ Penmanship, per quarter tleven weeks $4,00 tresorted to several tliiogr usually given for

rm'"WMNewrorkfritn.t. ; 'G odsand White and Colored Mouslbls Barrod and Striped and Grinding, Mills'Powers Geography, Grammar, HMory, Composition I \ G just returned from the North would .he Disease,but BOHC of them .alcl.Jford any ',
prices..nseed. .. .English and French Merinoes Brocade Lastses PluiningMtcbinea I: Elocution and Book Keeping, do, 5,00 HA respectfully inform the public that he has !va f'lifr Tao Indian Loxeeust was recommended .
theB4ctcCasb 8tcirt., &c., *e4 together with a large and well se- Tools for, Lumber Brick_Unchlncs, Farming, .Higher branches of aa English, Mathematicaland brought out splendid assortment of by several ptfttlhll'l.I' ay mind tory .
n-A.t Jeeted stock of Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps. Fire Arms, Electricity..Telegraphs. Surgioilinstruments Scientiila course, do. 0,00 i itsndam lad .
; rdiinaaoae '
very Bolilffeeted
.11 to m \MERMN.'J1'if
N '
Hardware and Cutlery, of every description} ia besides, Ct.imsotal1 the Patents The Ancient Languages do. 10,00 perfect eare., Yo"w ill "
J,27t tau,'.a-general soek.gultab1o-frouy< Boatbera ,Reviews,.Notices ofuew, Inventions, American The French Language in clancs' 6,00 FINE GOLD JEWELRY or every description.Hold i'h tBISas such valuable please rub. '. -
a iledieine
market, which'they offer ,for Ale cheap for cash and Foreign; The work is ia form for Drawing and Perspective, 6.00 and silver I ought. r;
dtL. ) b kr1iaow iss.. country prodnee. or on short and approved credit. binding coataibB,several kvnlrtd Ev rariitft. Painting, ia water colons 9,00 GUARD, VEST. AND FOB CHAINS, the pablia. Spread it far and near in order* -
llanters sad friends are iavited to M oil that the amiCttcl may IDol relief. Yours k
respectfully 15.00
b. '.. Oil Baw and Boiled. over four hundred pages of printed matter, and Gold and Silver Spectacles. "J' '.
rail ant examine their stock before purchasing Prof. DES ftL YER.,WAKE-r ch'as of all kinJDutt.r ELUUJIBLITCU.This '
.t .7; EephantOiie.operIorartcIe for Lmpa Nearly all i he vnlnsWePa- C L ROC HERS instructs in French, pooa ; "
elsewhere,Aeliog assured that they will be enabled 'to Dp. E.Poh ett.
sad Knives, JU., Gold and Silver PENCILS,
Drawing Painting.v i: oel9-1y .
Ust4' C.lteroti.r to.giva; enUra.aatisfaetloft t .all who may,'1'4,01' ,tents wnfcfi issue ertly fron the Patent Ofacopiomlndez. Y
'! '" Oil*" : hem with tbe'r! patronage both as to prices and. floe are illustrated with Engi sving in In col GOLD PENS. 3AeISt'P.'lYI11.t May Gtb, IS:.. i'

; 40 boies'Wlna'ow.fllassf wrtN'sizes' nality of their mods*, .. nmns, thus making the paper ileal peifeclMechanpublished 'so .. OI,1 ., i is to certify it is.with lQae pleasure' .. .

." A400 lbs.basL Bladen Patty.. Sept5'U.II HAURISOX A CO.. Encyclopedia for future ni well as present o Knives Raxor Bevfon:Shears,*lo. splendid that I announce Bo the Public that I b>ve been

'p 'or ule iowtorCaab. by references I WOULD respentfuUy call the attention of pa lot of LADIES' FANS. Combs, Brushes etc. effectually cared of the:distressing eonplain .
.1m4 JUST and tbe pablie generally to the largo ,
: JOhN 1r..PAY.N RECEIVED. .. Valuable Premiums are offered for the Lar. and complete'assortment ofFUJINITUILE PERFUMERY, &c. called DysatttTj. by the highly' rreoamendeil1 t.

"' iizI'. .Dra is', AT H.. T. 'TITUS'. CAStf GROCER- gest List of Subscribers tbb Volume. It is CIGAR CASESPORTE: MONNAIES remedy cf Sir:E.Poinsett. ] bad resorted to ..

MUNN and other article, to to mention. nwny rting bat of noavail; 1 was ind need o*
3' .. .AND .PROVISION STORE weekly, by & CO. at their many aaateroua .
: Patent Ageney O0W123.Fal on Street New JlUltreeeireclhiq Boeton. >fe porpoK t. sell on C>-The public are invited to try Msvery palatable and pleasnat Mediei..>
; 4 KIW m.- "I' a.good terms H can be obtained In Savannah or .
---1 .J! 1'0' .0" BARRELS test .qmty FLOUR; York,' WATCHES AND JEWELRY and to my grfataatiafaetioa waa. completely
.. kit No Charleston as our freight are much cheaper than euredl and
.20 MACKEUEL, Ci'; ; 'I .TEKMSri within a few'days, bayonet beta
to other umber at short notice and warranted.J.ckaollv'lle
'. any port Powth having a of vessels repaired .
15 kiti'No PICKLED SA'LMON dV >: ; troubled since with that so much dreaded di..
oom IIst out hCEatlaitlbrlamber.v This branch Sept. 1852. 6m
opj'oieiear' $2 fopyflmo..
.: 3
500 Ibs LEAF:LA RDr best < ality; : 1 eaee.
_. ; i ; v of the trade wIll bo conducted by L. M.FOLSOM -
2 so,tub* !tAEtFED4IARDfur-;\ extra'fimiiy! .: 41 WATS APTAaVfi : an experienced person in th. burin-.s. Profijnor I 'ollllotherilllmediaiec.
Lost.O nappy have
money .
ese" T Folsom will hand Piano FerfesrVtolIng,
ir \ ', EEANDRcW1z1rnN: OP jeooifia- sugar- enreltlAVS1-: .:101 copies de '0'd nb$4.* "'SS,,10 IS ejipfes Ido do IZmo.I l 15 Guitars. Aeeordeons keep on,Ac,mad to prepared to famish ''THE- KINO'S'ROAD on'the'4th ut between come nndf*my own observation within few

PsiLbetweeiIevT.rhJsckeouviflE:: and 50 boCUEUIofuuperiorpi1ity. : I"tJ.i'. $23. music and musical InsrntnenU of every cptJllitJand Jacksonville and Aldrich Braddoek's. da;*. 'I cl&eerr.111.d my mitt U tae airtady

,. (K.:PaUtka,"pempoaed. by. the New and fact failing -. t Ii; dboth for the oM and1!new notation,to- a poekakbook containIng aboat Thirty Dollars in (treat amount ef testimony with regard tapes

.' o** ScJieotten, T _jtAL8O; } ) and,Weetcrn lion 7 and Poet 'Office getber with iattraction bonds of all kinds. ;Orders money and several papers., X liberal reward wil Valuable Medicine. I smmp.citutiy&s.,.

t"6t'HoiircEm': io1iS'.'UoGus 'm'r JL tan;assort men t:of j Dardirsre,. Planters, Rtimpn'taken- for subscri.;itient. Letter from the Interior Will be attended to promptly.. be paid tk' the finder. at"'the News Office. Jackson .: 'M.nuJU

Tools and Implement of er ry detttiptibfl in- .should'he post pai r. AUo-8TQVBS..of different kind ville. ; : .. To E.oiDetI5Ei .
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eluding :Cora ,JfilhsCorntbellenFlougbi'U -August 11 18.12.nJ5'.ty .-" --
Serars! qantJ ,hr.a'ONTJU.W E. F. Atgw 'ai,1WV
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p1jrgn1riy ei Cbaim 'Axes &&A Also A4arg. stock of > _iJ. .
a Dear Sirs Tata .ill- Iu1wa.3othabonE4th.QfjenIedkIae1enZied
I ._ IWrntlaNewYork i ,J 'WOOD'S AVERY SUPERIOR of Segars just,-
# :,; e. :>- --3JeSEPfI GRICE\Yatrr..t. ;, #. poNisuos, iaUke :. 1VHOC1AB Til,{, ,: i iti1 OEAMLmO(: "WORKS- .t'"eeived at the Druz and Fancy Store of ImuicLoxECCST -.

\ ; .- to rsar4. j lia1 cteoiame': :' : InclnJJofwea'"eoarie aid fine Brogans,ef er- S1"it.Ir'' G/j xr jMlfa:tfZiiu Warier eP25 *.' JOILX M.PAYNE. hat pernuneBllycniod ..
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IUSBBE Akov f. Riilyt Road,'lhiladrtphla.? .f a severe attack Dysentery COD
.;tfIliso1 1 r7fescrIpflon.-41: !rgeassortmfDto!J t4 Fwi sider excellent Mediciae-for
I 'entInPa1stk- 'l'.J"CIIIOUU. .. IPA. 1. TrewStstur-Lioca'Oryheinda, NewfoundUadDega : *' ,..Fresh Arrival*, 'an :tllal tnt-
\ 0 'ttttf6-R! JDt7K& fe".O.. .. "" ;r'f'r OtI'IaM a'>good- < ssJmeit: } Fountains beautiful design and varioa -- l rpHS mderaltned h..latel'l'fHlftC a fresh plaint and'take ere ft rlIrgittotkepubUo. w, ta'ftJI eacl-,

.. *4i:;_. elr'C2IlE.will:be 9f ls 1 cKY.JiJJ' 'K6'I..i :n. '.or.tntWAJI', ref nls vt v-'*vaawfaetvra* I *Maes- *Iron Stairs'tptral an* straight, oa ImI J'. .uppl".f pranlaintsOilsteamong .. .., tttrpeetfallyycvra,
'. boIst cJA w1alelihe offer proved plans also iron Railings aad, V.raa4u which mentioned--Linseed I. : .BNAnXL ;
3Ii. rOB1VAB1)ED.t 'rt'io 1 ,qeaetUypf4e4'p4WmEs -, i pa a* 4erabt.vinar eaa be I may aad.Lamp SiD..f .
_. _' & ." 41 purehwodat any cMablisaiaenf *f the kind,Worth ;, cOapaIslngbwardaof200. derigns.* ., OIL.Whit.ZlBoPalot$,.Hhitt Xead,pore.and' i. MrTE1'Wsstt .
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4 .. ; ANtfS. or Booth.',Heir aid1Ipir.dt Ira at short : Designs:and specifications be seat to aay na. I, JodhleTotaasa,Aytr'8 Cnertr, PectomLWUtsrrBalnm -. t a'i .

J:. -. :of Uer Tintafe than crer offertdi in th!. mkr- notice and ia workmanlike. I r,any article of part of the addrearing .f"'tr ._ "Ud;Cb ',"HibUrvfo Wild .- .D 1ST aA n'S.H.-.j.. '
,, .. _l. !' _- ', ,' 4o.-,, -eetfnr itOBERT.WOOn. Philadelphia.. Saitablr toraay aoaaty or -fthiaaeeT
2 .," t --"lcb t"nt..u r etflsr"eabtI'cate forin tao-u,cor' ,w c ;'cj" .**.* r 1' *. f 'berryBittersPbiLtocen-th.) females friend
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: I1ffllarg :A 'NOTDE .u"Yiot..tJW8 ptrrnfOld DebiiUr now before the puMie.* AwfitasoUdteir NAPOLBm
i l'I. )I'i,. t :.STQVBS, of all kind,.always Mhand/'Order 'Eedie1.sTbis-Itv.weeka:

:j .J'"al.MCabiterLe,D4 ] Will ire mpeetfolly WU4 toiit.n4ezamIec.befcra Srem'town 10 r eovatry gaa,. rlln Ijr'roeeired and 't1flrandyjts1receLvedand forsale by rt ***. :. .' Qmnl.PAYNE..s.'f- &1I D'il mx4f'Vip

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