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The Florida news
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Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
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Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
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February 12, 1853
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
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Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
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Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
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Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
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Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.

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VOLU1IE XV. .JAcKsn vm E. LA. S 'RDar: :J! RX .12. 1853NUMBER: '15J ";

THURSDAY_FEBRUARY 12. is surprised at the remarkable transition 1 from a premature agonizing deathWe 'I can tellber: ',that"she'can now ride grlcctcfr floctrg.Bt ; Jf" 1laanett DOrat-Time '" i ,

which a few boon only haye prodaccd.He .-i hare read with horror of one of your husbands over these exeosire tracts in the interior edxa" b raging as badly in New York. ,": ,

Senator Mallory, feel himself to be as much Ins "> urging with might and main upon of,the,eo n7 without_ -seeing the image sy.a.I in:this region. Everybody i* aIMed : ; :;
ra iitcoyniia" as if,he had,been suddenly the government(who bestirred themselves of God poi a man travelling these road everybody coughing and sneezing. 'Tbt 'f i ;

At the eooehutoD of an able apeeeh de. transported to Japan Upon all side he. at the time for, fear, the famine migh t with the exemption'of a wandering Highland Bt UK*.R.S. Kin 0. Democrat nan witnessed nose at the M 1 V:.

livered in the Senate on the 24th ult., on ; beholds evidences of Europeanwealth,:in cause disease among the Irish landlords/) Shepherd, wrapped.up in gray plaid theatre :' -;
the bill to repeal the tonnage duties on the presence of it* merchandise of every to feed the people with curry-powder and to the eves, with a colly dog'behind him Haft. loa heard the tevcUag rt 7r JVTee Tatntff Jfa V -/entering a ate*r -
character; but nowhere,doe he see that L yon most:recollect when the curry powder ass drill urjeant, to train his ewes and to Told so ndl/of that ohms young lady's box) V Good evening m.--

Spanish Teasels, gives the following inter- any connection exists with the land be I scheme of destroying the Irish couldnot I marshal hUt taps. There may happen to Where the rose,in erimsoa tory, Jedkms-4U corny Hf M ctg\t .***-

esting statistical summary of our commercial has just left. He is still more surprised be' approved thai Sir A. Trevellyaa travel over tie decry tract a geologist a Sritttcai aQ tit summer tia.tIt Young LaJjf Xh,Bister JJrowd,1 1&

intercourse with Cuba: to learn that,while English, German, md was sent over to Ireland with the test tourist, or ft lonely carrier, but these areas tine iu of acaaiden Lucia pleased t.see yo*. Bow do yon\ .

)Ir. MALLORT. I will, then, shorten French merchantile houses are numerous starving ,comniisnoxt, and 'nnducted'the rare as a pelican in the wilderness, era Goldea-kaind aad tUrrj-erei}- like Bister : '. dew spews to-night?

my remarks and will now simply consider l there is but one respectable American Irish destruction with more,humanity/or camel's convoy caravan in the:deserts ofArabia. Yoonr ia jean, rr Utagat tokdra, -M chtaet a* efcea/"oA War .

the results of these laws. I will call commission house claiming to be American. he allowed one 'pot nd of meal as meat Add to.this a few English sports' W&ja angel be'tj died. Nice Young J/a --(blowing his nose)

the attention of the Senate to the fact that He finds, in fact spread out before and wages for every starving Irishman men; with!,'their stag-bounds,pointer dogs Gtntlt Erm,Laving Eva, -It it deride, the music a rplcddid and

in 1832, when these acts were passed the him, a land beautiful beyond anything of who would work ten.hours per day at making and their wrran to,and put themselves and 'Sleeping by the ebbing wave, the scedery ia grad Bi ,BJchjg ncili]

population of Cuba was seven hundred which fairy tales hare told, but from ,roads, draining, and improving'the their bravcrr together, and company of Wait or we shall never grieve her, a digaiengale. Bat I M' such a ociid -
and thousand could Le which be and ;beyond .11 the eatU fin drlsAlandlonra.:An :JSaglisb Prcaeb micuerrwovld put ten 'aDd SLr..ded la her area,1.n. cold that I sadder ed$ 'itad.1ib -
fifty M nearly u earth beside are excluded. sisters, though we could bring no' more I of them to a disorderly flight to give their I waG to-AA t'Ofl9A1.covgA l
ascertained by the authorities of the island; Cuba consumes large quantities of.laces against you, the public will judge and decide own carcasses, leaving their ewes and Once she wept o'er wrong and sorrow, Tovny La
and our export trade to it, amounted to laws, linens, and the finer fabrics of that yon should be the defenders, tups to feed the invaders The questionmay Childish tears to vilely shed; !-l have had the Abe dow for&U
$5,672,700, and it has been rapidly increasing lords of :den,oa the sorrow, the bodth ad by dose is-ca.\'Ln.
France Germany, and England. It is and not the pursuers, in this case ; but arise,whither those people who inhabited -
the, and we were of in its a fair trade.way Situa-to engross notorious; that some of the choicest goodsof since you began to expose us, we will expose this country at one period have WarbM dints o'er her head. JVJre Tomtff Xa.Sobide--oA .

major part Paris to Havana. These articles, yon to the letter, for there is no case gone; ? In America and Australiathe Velvet leaf and snowy btocsoa cough
ted within few hours' m1 of go
some a portion subject to the caprices of fashion, and to or casesbrought out against us in "Uncle most of them will be found. TIle Suth- Crowned her IMItI tad n radiant brow; Here both applied their handkerchief
of and
our territory, a fewdays deterioration by long voyages, could be Tom's Cabin," with all Harriet Beecher erland family and the nation had no need O'er her white and heiTiag boaora to their noses and Blew great gins till
sail of commercial cities
our great supplied to the Cuban market as 'demanded 'Stowe's capabilities of coloring, that is for their services hence they did not re- Little hands in folded now, they were Tery red in the face. We left

bread-tuffs from the bonded warehouses of,oar I equal to this. We tell you emphatically, gard their patriotism of loyality, and disregarded Gentle Eva,loving Eva, to put our feet in hot water, tallow oar

commercial cities, if the Spanish purchaser that our law would neither sanction nor their post services. Sheep, bullock Sleeping by the moaning tide, nose and p to bed in a basin of hot rneL, I .,
rice and of her lumber '
and,salted a large portion She received her, were permitted to come here and buy tolerate such inhuman trcttmeut-our religion deer, and laDe became more valuable Never bore shall sorrow grin her. with "something" IB h. > .

provisions. them. A lucrative business would W forbids it; and any man: or number than men. Yet a remnant of them Who ia.angel beauty died. II
salted fih well from the
from as the eastern of the States Wes, done in the articles, shipped from our of men who would be guilty of such 3r in other words, a skeleton of them, ho Tin OLD FOLKS AT HO ca.The St. f||
as Florida produce
went from New Orleans and the ports with the benefit of drawback, leu1 would be branded with infamy and chased : b<> found along the sea-shore, huddled THE OLD TOLD AT HOXZ. Louis Intelligencer,speaking of the w a.-. H '
; manufactures rna in the fiand nf the American merchant I from our States and from our sr>rif>f iras ozctber: in motley croups upon barren hartedness of the Irish
of the North from the Atlantic Br E. P. CHIBTT. emigrant at the
commission, insurance and freight inhuman, irrational, irriligious and im- moors, among cliffs and precipices, in
cities. Our exports in flour were thirty- West, and their remittances to their
Remove moral monster' unworthy of Christian: society most impoverished,degraded, subjugated fua-
fire thousand barrels that time your restrictions upon Spanish The following, which u rang by the Campbell
a yeuat or to have a voice in the civil or slavish spiritless condition that human i flies, kindred and friends, ia small
Taking a rapid view of this subject w e, vessels coming to our ports open the religious Minstrels, if said to be the I lent frshiona- sums,
find in 1849- and this addresses itself trade to them, and the Spanish flag will government of our country. But beings could exist in If this is really bio negro melody, and is ereateing quite a says :
to honorable gentlemen from the South- again be seen your ports, and the traders by taking retrospective view'of the history the lady who has Glory to God in the sensation: "They are the tokens of alow and nonestBl -

that millions eight hundred of Cuba will throng oxjr merchantile of your Christianized nation, we find highest, peace on earth and good will tomen' 'Way down upon the Sawney rift, -coincd'of the sweat of the labor
and thousand one hundred and marts.I that inhumanity, oppression, cruelty, and in view, and who so religiously denouncing Fr,far away- er'* brow, and stamped with the careful .
twenty that I extortion, are qualifications required to the American statute which "de-
of rice perceive, Mr. President, am Dah's where heart is turning ever economy of many weary daysU JJv
fixty-scven pounds were importedinto my .
Cuba worth there 1,002,591. But encroaching upon the time which was assigned fit a legislator, commander,commissioner, nies the slue the sanctity of marriage, Dah'whar de old folks ..,. on England from LI up1fU'ds"-- the- :. _
; that from for an Executive cession,and I will or any other functionary to whom you with all its joys, rights, and obligation, All and down agent's notice reads. Only five dollars. .
we also find, in far our op the whole creation,
year therefore defer the farther discussion of may safely entrust the law making, the -wbkh separates, at the will of the to be sent three thousand mile I The
article ) I
entire trade of this
engrossing Sadly roamStilllookingfortheold
this subject till to-morrow. law administration, .and the government master, the wife from the husband, the first fruits, perhaps, of the harvest
rice to the value $i 9 J,5G3 only went from plantation reaped
of but children would advise
from the I
your people; qualifications specially parent. in the land of promise. The
the United States. She now gets this article 11 And for the old folk at home. dater of
required to entitle them to Iigu:5cJbigh : her in God's name, to take a tour like those plucked of old
which it was formerly supposed no titles and distinctions round thedirts of Sutherland her All! the world am sad and dreary, grapes at Esh-
Awful Cruelties Practised on White sounding as I, col, going back to assure the anxjona.
tine could supply but oursdve*, from Valencia Slaves in Great Britain. will be shown afterwards. own estate, beginning at Brora, then to Even whf re I roam- fainting hearts',

South America, Brazil, Holland, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" has aroused the Hclmsuale, })ort:ke1T3, Stratby, Fair, Ob, darUrs,how my heart grows weary, wilderness that the
spies sent oat
and even from the free port of St. Thomas The Stafford House meeting, at which sympathy and companion of the Dutch Tongue, Durne, Eddrachillis, and As- i Far from the old folks at hoae. the new land have fcmnd-not the to fruit see
where it i is carried front South Carolina
,and without restrictions and- the "Christian affectionate" address of ess of Sutherland, Argyle, Bedford, and aynt, and learn the subjugated, degraded, All 'round the lisle farm I wandered, for the mere plucking, but what is better

hence Georgia Havana without restrictions the ladies of Great Britain to their sisters Ladies Blantyre and Trcvellyan and and impoverished, uneducated conditionof When I was younglen -work to do, and good wages for it and .
returns to
thousands of the the of that seabeatencoast
women of England spiritless people
many something to lay by. Those
in America with the happy daytlfqaandered, slender
; What a commentary is this was adopted, name my
upon over the fate of Ham's Black ebil-! about two hundred miles in length, drafts how much of humble but '
restrictions, upon trade ? I venture to of the Duchess of Sutherland at the head dren. But we would seriously advise the and let her with similar zeal remonstrate Many the soup I rang; I genuine _
When I was playing wid brndder I romance may not hang around some of
predict that if this condition of things followed by her two daughters(Argyleanw atchess of Suthcrland'and her host to with her husband, that their condition be my them .

continues on a few years more, the rice Duchess of Bedford pause until Uncle Donald M'Leod'a Cabin bettered; for the cure for all their miseryand Happy was I-
Blantyrc Lady
Oh take back to kind old madder
planters of Georgia and Carolina will be me my -
comes out, and until he himself comes want is lying unmolested in the fertile
hupplanted in that market. Trevelljau, and many other, has not only Dab let me lire and die. A WoMvA's LAUGH.-A woman ha*
across the Atlantic with it among the valleys above, and all under his control;
The returns of the Havana customs I disgust on this tide of the water, but thousands of those and their offspring and to advise his Grace, her husband, to All the world am sad and dreary, no natural grace more bewitching than a '

Brow that from 182G to 1833, both inclu- disgust and something wore at home.- who have fled from their iron way and be no longer guided by his Ahithopel, Every where I roam- sweet laugh. It is like the sound of flotes

five, there were 522,13 barrels of American The liberal journals are out on them in slavery to our shores. lIe, poor man, Mr. Loch, but to discontinue his depopu- Oh,duties,how wy heart grows weary, on clear water. It leaps from her heart In a
j flour entered there; of which 318- has been expostulating with you for the lating scheme, which hate separated many Far from the oil folks at home. sparkling rill, and the heart that
244 were carried in Spanish ,and terrible sarcasm ; but the most scathing hears it, feels as if bathed in the exhfler- n
last cruel wife from her husband
twenty yean against your unnatural a never to One little hat de bathes
that from 1834 to 1843, (after these acts invective we have seen is a letter'from irrational, unchristian and inhuman meet-which caused many a premature One 111." : love among- ating spring Have you ever pursued an 43

were passed,) both inclusive, there were Donald M'Lcod, in which, after adopting treatment of the brave, athletic, death, and that separated many sons and Still to rushes unseen fugitive through the trees led on H
fondly my mem'ry by her fairy laugh here nowtbeir'e 11
but 4t barrels of American fl" -now
6,5t nir enUred from another writer the rebuke of "Lookat Highland white sons of Japhet but no daughters, never to see them; and by all Ko matter when I rove. now lost, now found ? We And ,
only :,197 barrels of which were have. H
Scottish dutchesscss and ladies to withdraw that mandate of Mr.
English or means
Home, he proceeds as follows:-N When will I hear the bees a hamming we are pursuing the
earned in bottom and that during wandering voice
Spanish to
; took any notice of him, nor conveneda Loch, which forbids marriage on the "
the last 1S4J, there were but K: UeralL All'wnn: de comb 1 this day. Sometimes it comes to us in ,
year, meeting to sympathize with him, or to ,Sutherland estate, under the pains and the
;au barrel* thug curial During the But I must go further, and instruct remonstrate with Highland despotic slave- penalties of being banished from the When will I hear the banjo tramming, business midst of care, or sorrow, or Irksome

tnjlit year previous to the act of 1834, the American ladies in what they should making proprietors to discontinue their I county; for it has been already the cause Down in ray good old home? and then we turn away and Ea
de world sad and ten, and hear it
All am dreary,
there were o5W2 more barrels than dur- tell their English sisters to look at home. unrighteous depopulation of the countryand I of a great amount of prostitution, and like ringing through the room
ing the //_wear* subsequent to it. The They can meet this feminine, English, their ungodly draining away of the augmented illegitimate connections and Every where I roam- a silver bell, with power to marts #
animal aitr* e number of barrels carried Christian, affectionate appeal with the best blood from the nation. Hence weaver i issues fifty per ceut above what such were Oh, darkies how my heart grows weary, away ill-spirits of the mind ;

frum thin Clittd State in Spanish bottoms same argument that the Cannibal Queen that these ladies would never convene & few years ago, before this unnatural, Far from the old folks at home. I r

_bcttocb the JIoL| fea of the act, was met a French philosopher when he was a sympathizing meeting for the benighted 1 ungodly law was put in force. When the BcrroxAXDFoorr.: The Waal g' *j

is'.iw, whereas but ;U1U were thus earned remonstrating with her upon the hateful, African, should their own African Dutchcss will do this, then, and not till ftttsrellaneous.Very t ton correspondent of the the New York V :,

in 1S43, after it had been in force horrifying, and forbidden practice of cat- chiefs, kings and queens destroy them then, will I believe that she is in earnest Herald, speaking of these notorious .
nine years, i it is believed that nour, comparatively ing human flesh, and recommending her by the thousand; but because they sell regarding the American slaves. Let her Hungry. : gentlemen

f pealing, have been so carried to discontinue and forbid the practice in them, and we buy them and take care of and the other ladies who attended the says

mice that d?". Dinng the year 1849,, her dominions. "Well," replied the Can- them, English feminine hearts sympathize Stafford House meeting be not like the The following extract of a speech delivered "Some of the newspapers say there is os

as thown by L' lJJot.i.:a General dim nibal Queen, "Voltaire, what is the difference with them. This is a fine opportunityfor believers and followers of Jupiter, who by Mr. Olds, of Ohio> in the to tween be a ex-Senators smart battle of the books" be- .

OiMfrcio of too to
House Representatives good of GoT
tation of bur into the island was 215S37J ,- kill men an allow them to rot; we kill out and make haste, and we promise hima one representing their own faults, the consequence Foote' promise to .
barrels, valued at S2G9G,334 871. men, and to crown our victory, we cat quick and an cntenshe sale for his Cabin other their neighbors' faults--the one be lost: give book Co! Benton "a conspicuous ,place"in "

Of this, there came from Spain, in Span- them, and we find them as good fur food of unvarnished facts. representing their neighbors faults suspended -i "Sir, if Frank Pierce comes to the take.a he is making. This is a mis.

i-h vecls, 213,500 barrrls, worth "',- as any other flesh ; besides, our laws demand The Dutchess of Sutherland got very before them, and the one representing work assigned him by the Democracy of what GOT.We understand that on reading _
((572,500; and from the United States, in of us to cat our enemies." Now, warm on the subject. After she read the their own faults suspended behind the country, as I have no doubt he will, addressed Foote published, Col. Beaton S V

vessels other than Spanish, but 797 barrel Sir, though two blacks will never make a sympathizing, remonstrating address, them so that they could never see their there will be as big a muss kicked up in which he a note to Mr. Vembte, in -

*, $%;31 87 1Not} one barrel Ls shown white, yet the American ladies may justly (which need not be quoted here, being own faults, but their neighbors' were Washington city on the forth of Marchas said 'This, (giving CoL Benton

to hare been imported from the United reply and ask their English bisters,- long ago before the public,) she with seen at all times. Ah! ladies, change there was at Mrs. Smith's house, (as a than conspicuous I shall do place for ni him.his book) is more .

States in a Spanish vend. 'What is the difference between yon and great emphasis, said, "I hope and believe your Jupiter bags, that you may discern related by my friendthe'Buckeye abroad') DOt be in book. His name wfll
The agriculturist and the manufacturerknow us? We buy black African slaves; but that our efforts under God's blessing,will your inconsistency, and connection with when little Jake Smith ran over to Mrs. which is my I put no name in it

the importance of haring the consumer when be buy them, we feed, clothe, and not be without some happy result; but, those to whom you owe your position,your Bronw's to tell her that dad was dead ; not worthy of history -"of which
something good be said.
as a purchaser at their own doors house them. No doubt some of us whip whether it euccecd or fan, no one will grandeur, TOUT greatness, and all your mama was drunk; the old cow had a calf; cannot !
instead of sending the products of their them as times for disobedience or for our deny that we shall have made an attempt enjoyments. John swallowed' pin; Jim had got the .

labor to him abroad,to abide the perils of own caprice; but we heal their stripesandtake which had from its beginiog and end, delirium triangles looking at the rora bor- I .Ie- President Ffflmore Las contradicted

a ca voyage, and the loss of freight, com- care of them, that they may work Glory to God in the highest, on earth VALUABLE DIGGINGS.-Three of the eaux-Haughter]] and that ain't' nIl the report that the late PreeidentPoIk

mtaioxu, and nsuraDCe. But our legislation our work. But you, English sisters,you peace and good will to menIt seems 'neither, says Jake. 'What else, pon showed any want of hospitality
is, in effect a declaration to Spain, make white slaves paupers and beggars; that effrontery,i is become cry lofty and Chincha Islands, on the coast of Peru, on 'arth can be the matter?' Inquired Mrs. to Gen. and or courtesy

that though we can supply Cuba upon and when you make them this, by depriving high-voiced, under the protection of high which Guano is deposited by, birds, are Brown. 'Why, Sal has broken the but- arrival Taylor himself,upon their

Letter terms than all the world, the shall them of all means to live by their sounding English titles, when the Dutch said to contain 250 millions of tons of the ter plate, Susan has. quit the pancacks. in Washington, after the Presidential l

not have our products at all unless we own industry, then you turn them adriftyou es of Sutherland could presume to mix manure. worth 1250 millions pounds sterling and Jo has sat down in the scalding tallow election previous to the last.,

can be permitted to carry them upon better raze, plough up or burn down such notorious hypocritical whining as of 7000 millions of dollars. we had for dipping candles, and one '
terms than all the world. their habitation, and allow them to'diein these with "Glory to God in the highest or upwards of the Maltese kittenslias got his head in "I reckon I Jove yer," said a..raDbeaceoantaut '

During the year 1849-and it may be ( hundreds) the agonizing lingering on earth peace and good will to men," for The number of human beings and molasses jag, and we ant get him out- to his sweetheart. ."How oa,

interesting to gentlemen from manufacturing death of starvation on theroacL de5ditch-, no other cause or design than to whitewash vessels that find employment in this trade, a.dace are aft to dan?d iRfa hungry.. airth, Jonathan, do yon arrive at_tie calculation

States to cooaider this point-there es, and open fields from some public odium already out, and the fortunes acquired by it,show that [Shouts and cheera.] ?",inquired the fair one.

were imported into Cuba cottons to the Dear sisters, look at the history of Ireland or screen from somewhat is expected, other "diggings" than those of gold maybe "Mr. President,in my Imagination,the "By simple addition," replied the ready
amount of$2,487,000,while the consumed for the last six or"seven yean and come from what quarter they may. Surely 4th of March is passing before me, and I reckoner, "for when I UTe hang

mankind. As universal jou '
and imported from the United States you will, see how many thousands you this cannot be the Dutches Sutherland of value to a see the Whig Galphin office-holders pouring ing on my arm, I goes m varies 0 ho i r'
cottons to the value ,of 572,931 only.- have allowed to die by hunger; and consider who pays"a visit every year to. Dunrobin fertilizer! the earth, increasing oat of the various government departments man happiness >complete..!

Where does the get her cottOM? She how many thousands more you would Castle who has seen and heard so many the food of its inhabitants it possesses an with the tears running i down their ,. .'

consume oar raw material, bat only after have allowed to die a similar death, had supplicating appeals presented to her husband !importance that surpasses-all other "'dig piteous noses, and their lamentation is- ""oa should never let the men I Y

British, French and Spanish industry we not come to their resme,send sent them',I I by the poor firsbermcn erf.Golspie, in proportion as food is superior 'that Webster is dead;. Fillmore has filibustered kiss yon". said a venerable mncle young to his .
bare been |wt upon it. The population food until we could remove them from soliciting liberty to take mussels from the gins, ; Scott has got a Native American i pretty niece. "I know it, node" reAmed 14

of Cuba is now about twelve honored your tender mercy and from your territories Little'Ferry Sand to bait their oets-- to every thing else. calf;; North Carolina has swallowed she penetently, "and yet l try to cut

thousand souls but in view of its area,its ,to feed, clothe, and house them, and liberty which they were deprived of by II Graham; and Tom Corwin.ha* got the tivate a spirit of forgiveness,, seeing that -,.

climate, and soil, it may sustain a population to find employment and fair remuneration ;I his factors, though paying yearly rent for S&Tbe food sent from Boston for.the delirium tnangleelookmgattheNorthern when one has been kutaed their i* no to- V
of tea millions Bat with thislim- for their labor\among ourselves. Look it, yet returned by.his Grace, ,wish the Abolition rotes Loud andJ prolonged doing.."
iUd population, its import in 1848,were for one;instance at an Irishman arrangedat brief deliverance that he could do nothing relief_of the starring. inhabitants of Madeira cheering.] And, that ain't all,neither, ..\

$25,435S65and iU export 26,077,067; the bar of justice for.h tcaljngand for them Can I believe that this is consisted of SOT bushels of,beans; )1r.Presiden't-torToobiw broken their A true of
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and in 1849, its import were $26,320- his consul offering to"prove that before he the same personage who can'set out from barrels, ,of bread;. _1188, bushels of corn; batter- plate; Gentry has spilt their pancakes Ing through a:hole in despair the freac& .:.

460, and its export, $ ,, thawiog stole the sheep three of his children perished 'Dunrobin Castle,' (her' own Highland. 192 barrels of corn meat 388.,barrels fr12baRet. ; ;,aDd Seward: .ha*eat had down for dipping'higherlaw' m theecildiitgtllowtbit cabbage that lies a few inch feBeefto**beyond get'hi&nose. V ; .

the trgrettte trade of ,184$ to have for want of!food and In the ease of eat,) and after travelling' from it, then 548 bushel*do and they .," .
potatos; candles and Franklin'Pierce _,
been51J512,632,'audio 1849 to hare the last of them who died a sucking infant can ride in one direction! over thirty miles, : ; _.
been 18,757,010. the mother peeled the flesh off his in another direction forty-four miles; m 16,903 lb..rice.A'Auotherfri. has. got into Presidential; chair, and -- 7t ,
and both she another direction takin the we can't gct"him oat; and are are eft sodantd If a,spoonfo ofjeast win raise 40 cent -. ;
boiled it by
Now,air,,what bat oar own .wise legislation leg and arms :she ( necessary worthor1fQUJ' how much .
,has deprived u of :the enjoy and her husband, the, prisoner, ate',It to circuitous route) sixty mUes,. and that htful railroad accident iitt real A rib ?. [Roars. of raise funds .':to wiDo. -' .. iV
enough bay anotiet barrel
and ut ;
of "of trader and the mother died orer,fertile glens valleys, etraths; burstIng laughter, prolog -
meat the znajpr part this save their own lire, by the overturning of a,car down an, embankmenty with.; Answer be-handed our the
Our proximity &A Caha. our admirablemerchant soon after, At this time you, our.Eng with fitness which gave birth to,and. occurred Dear Christiana Pa 11" fence may ,
riD, oaf'rich and,various fish filters, were riding upon chariots, where were reared for thousands ef ,' ,S&Feaelon observed to a priesl;wio .

ttanoikctaren' nd agricultural products, IKnff saoothlj over yoor extensive, nn- the bravest the most moral,virtuous and on,Sunday,the 20th ult.: ,Ten persons was complaining to,him or the dances' of 'If of toTSacco}. .
'combine'to oak*"o.lhe. wUaral PP. eulavated; domains npoa the religious men that Europe could boast of, were, injored-two of'them'so severelythat the peasantry'My friend,-.;'neither''you; a paper apint'of "costs eouieto"fiFa Awe eeak.whatwiU :i.<' ,. -

m of Cuba: and ..air sees bate surfseed wheels of- ,find-.esisbio'w'' of, the ready, to a 'moment'warning they are_not expected to'reeoyer.-: D myself r.edrto: dance-**' can be blselseferendsyr8rtotLrettstch_ gm : ."

them all'to. a JolretaliatiOu. finest texture,- and, TOOT:,iusband*, shah from''their chief'10 riseindefeneeof. their The car was;consumed,,the. ,,tao. rain. .the. bappyin"''oar'. cnni:way; but if,dasetng.make 7 q" noosa of::. V : ..
'Had the conmeraal PoMaotKuvpe and t daughter hanng joor festivities, king/< *sin and country; animated 'witkpatzTotum ,. i these.poor:people hapjjr who have < '----.f.
; store hating set jt on fire.. "BillT said CM fc
irresistaUe >abo&erv"znj
and Ion .
toheir and sofewBoarcesof ymenVwbyiibauhlttej
punned tbe ame sxmne,.ye might -t. tonnes,'and wuttcessarr.grandeur ifx- ;; -
maintained an equality of advantages pending moreJnooej'and tana $* pon ia the battle contest for factory? i I .l1-r. ..". ..If'J : ,, V not dance :> a* 'v '' bos' is a Better; man townrkiarttkni
j ; lashes is Uaeksmttnin danger of m*> yooroU, bo5<. Mbos* ahr?'
but Wkasdog Jdbsnrsarcd Bat these valiant men kad.Uxen country, a arwr*
'fGrt bate aMOwme.than w
Vy wisely adran "
fegeofov&lsectep.: An, aaijtook American la1nia thousand of the,poof; weal a home,.and chieft'worth the.fighting! in, tga' row in the alphabetT;'' t It is ft "shame if tpenoa:goers,than. rou d tins'shop"laterfermg J .'t ..ihb4is- Gall
than siri 'f
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': FIre Banking in Florida. 'CO a. ; -T Tjn i; GBhie clue-* /the- contractor,forvthe! ** \ Conference 4' Proceedings of Town Council.

removal IndinsfaasedthrO1mghOtheWelakacoTucaday S -
theScnatc.31henIathe bill for This body, ich.has. been in.session*' CO fClL.'Cu.L'IBmj 1,
hst for
The FI idLegis1tureatit$ lastem route '
the relief of General Bennet"Riley -w aspassed. Feb.IIOhl&ad.Inteunj .A, 1853.. J,
ihe.pajt. w.cek. Quincy ,adjourned on
non passed a law fo&.lbe .establishment. Washington. lie seems io'ihhItEet*i iiIle..b.9ptkt iB .JQJ ..
'':. of Free Banks in tbit State.1 They bave ..' Mr. Downs farther debated the & Tuesday evening the 1st haL "C'onDtlTmtt J'J.seJIthi H H..Dw
: question and"i thePaed: t : the, Indians will go
'hadit.k' Tebaurttepee ; "
binD there have
now no nor they 'T&e'follow. :t 'intmeuu for ,
;Z ap Biagtou,,
z .
railroad bill w8s'Curt debated. ,
$ ..
'is .
tlfmonstrntum ".
for some jears nearly alljhe notes circulating voluntarily, provided the" .5' :I ., .*. '" c. :M. Botu, GT#_,C09 ,, .
: on
: In the Senate Thursday the bill to cnszsng'year
: : in the State being;notes of Georgia made to force,them. All; means and APpliances J.E..Townscnd .( .
.Coamcilmen.3Inutc3 !
reorganize the Navy of the United States TALzusz.Disv.aicr-S., P.Bich- ,
: and Carolina banks: been exhausted -
;: r The miln features 'of,\ne' bill, are :- was cn idcrcd, amended, and:ordered' to have heretofore' ardson, P. E.. o( last' Ejecting r a
"that association having A-capital ,of be"cngro sed for a third readingThe andJfailcdj.Mrtp* one* u d fintU,.that is 5r JWiaftac -.Thomas Gardner., approved.. '. r _

':- at least any one hundred,thousand ,dollars, .or .Pacific Itailrdad bill was further debated. tried we fcliall.havie:no hopo- and_ .that i is jCcc/n -ThOmas Gardner- KeTtt:of'fommififtr. *5-. ?,'

any individual having a capital of, at.l least In the Senate;Friday, thebilt amend ; ,the plan '"stilt hunting" and high _rewards 'likuZ/a'4llisdon.-WilIhm.CLothe. :. .
,'. fifty tho dollars, may:icommence, the .the warehousing system by establishing JJCK.SON\ : VlLLji;( for success. 'We sec no 'inipropriety"iu 'Gadtdtn Q.:W. Fagg.Sntf1i'Cadscka.To commHfeelowbomTrasrefJmd"' *

businesl of banking,having first.deposited private bonded warehouses. &c., was debated Saturday,relirnnry 12,1853.NAPPING. it. be supplied. the petition of Cbarlc Byrne r prsin4the .
Treasury amended, and passed.; Pacific Qufncg.-Il 3fcK. Tydings abatement
: withjthe:Comptroller of,the StatQ : > of mritancc, pre- "
Railroad bill was debated by; Messrs. ill Banbritl/e-'Y.N; Kennedy. ,
United States stocks
4 State or equalto the following -'
6|>cr.cent,.stocks,.for, which he (the Davis, Dawson, and Douglas. A, resolution S .VQF" We are 'glad' to perceive, by tee 'Spring Creek Jwwn-T be supplied..8IeljJohnWMMHI3..5 "Your Committee report :

Comptroller)shall issue an equal amount, prescribing manner for 'counting Rpul "expressive,silence" of( coteraporary, beg to report .that-
Last week our neighbor the '
s -' of notes of various denominations, having the'votes for president. and VSce' President that he admits the conduct of Governor Albany-PP.. Smith. ,they bare exaiaittd the ordinances,,,sum!.
: the on Wednesday next; was ndoted.The lican pftt'an interrogatory toIonthesubject W. Edwards. find that
;. first!'countersigned. and registered : Brown to-be utterly indefensible in his /Ja&cr Mission- none of them have any re&rvaco',
t ,
S ::' 4 same in his office. Prior to commencing House Representatives concurred of 1'thedefunctpilot lawrhich MADISON DISTRICT-R. II. Howcrn, to horses and cattle running at: large:i .
S *S to be in the- report'of the Joint Committeeprescribing"themode'of answered and to attempt set at defiance- the acts of the P. B. ,
: business, the banker has to cause : we promptly i thef Qint? the town but
only and
: registered in the office of the Register of counting and an- The,question was,r' ")! we ask oar:co- General .Assembly, and to usurp te power Madison James Peeler. one to be therefore hog goats.-,
.5 the in which bo to doS nouncing the"elcctoral vote! President of the of the supplied. They think there ie 5 BO penalty
S county purpose if he is acquainted with the Legislative, .department ,
and Vice Presidentorthe' United States temporary 'attached
business memorandum, specifying the S Sutcannec-Mission-To be supplied.Montieello to-allowing horses and cattle being
Government. This is
j the name of the Bank, its place of business on Wednesday. The remainder'>of the features of the dead, 'Important bill/ and' V ... encouraging. -ll. II. LucLcv, in the street, and they do 'not think

-5' S amount oC capital stock, and numlw day was unprofllabiy c consumed a par- if ho defends them. We pause for a reply ThonlfJ811ille-'V. W Gnffiiu it
the liamontarf8trugfle between the friends JtSrPresidcnt Fillmore, it is supposed, necessary present to pass an ordi.
:. T >r rf fiharesinto which ids divided, Troujwille-Jubn Slade.
S S names and residences of shareholders,xua tnd r>rp-"its of'wrt in htlU.fronting. Our "We t will make visit to the South soon after the JTamillon-P.:R Bedford" nance prohibiting the same.

S ., number of shares held by each -a copy lands for.,railroad+\*.purposes. and response that was have: answered answer the,interrogatory ye 4th of March,.and we notice that a public CbtamUaM..DedeIL&LUti "They tbtrer request tobo discharged!,
\ now we ) '
filed in the
of which memorandum is III '
Fe J/itOft-To be (rom.the farthcrconsideration
S ; suppllc&Newnans'vil&J.3I.Uendry of the sub-
1 r office of the Secretary of State. If at propounded to us/will our neigh-' mccting'ia suggested at.WilmingtonN.C., and
The Caloric -
\ S any time tho Bank fails to redeem its -,Engine.' bor permit ns to put one to him? Are to make arrangements to give him a.suitable -i Hirers.Auritta. jeet"C. ,

; notes, the holders can have the same protested The proprietors of the New York Eienfin you in, fiivor of the pilots being paid half reception i S, Mistion-Anderson Peeler. 31. COOPER,

.: for non-payment, and file such protest / Post have contracted. with Captain pilotage by vessels which are towed out If he will extend his visit South, as ST.. MARY'S DISTRJCTF.. Stewart "A. A. CANOVA,

';/ with Comptroller of the State; and Ericsson to furnish them witk a caloric far a* the Etcrgladci, his friend Billy P. E. ; "Committee./
the bar
j' S ., if, at the expiration of ten days, raid notes engine, and i it already, they say, in a over by steamers, and which do will be'happy to reciprocate tho hospitality St. Marg--3.. Ley. ; Which report being retched, wasp on
t::. -- are still unredeemed, he (the Comptroller state of considerable forwardness. The not require their services? Don you go Jacisonville-T.5W..Cooper. '
: ) can give notice that the notes of the patterns have been prepared by CaptaiaEricsbon for levying contributions, for the benefitof he received at the White House :last : Mrunnrick-. /oodbury and F.Ellis.Cenirnill mot By Councilman'. Townsend, ., adopted. -

r""J 1 ;' raid Bank will be redeemed out of the fa September, but it will Be donor after liuoiot .
; and the machinery being the pilots, on vessels vhich are towed -O. B. Staudicy.HolmesvllleV' .
: '.. .: trust fund in his hands,. and proceed to The would Street committee th '
s-- made by Messrs. Hogg and Delamatcr of out by steamers 'We forms re- fasftion if ay Billy entertain K. Turner. presented following
: *';:, : sell the stocks deposited as aforesaid with New York. It is have sufficient pause Irtcin Mission S. .
to powerto ply."' I the ex-President, la the "Big Cypress .Child* report :
him that
'.f"> for purpose. drive ore ef Hoe's r 1 tory at Wareslorovyh Mission-J.M.N.Lowe.
I presses would be "caution" to all the "On the of Gbolrtn
t: :...' .. Upon the workings of this law we i the rate of 10,000 impressions an hour, After "pausing" 'till the next i issue of I: a Black (Jreek J. L. Jerry. petition Mooney ;

t : .' I phall not be surprised to see, as respects and four job-office presses, with a reserve the Jfejntllican, and expecting tint our rest of mankind St. lila Mi'ssilJ1l--J. J. Kjchard&T4MIMBAY praying tha-opening of street from Bay

\: :' Southern Georgia and Florida, tire operations -a.- street cast of their foundry to the water
: force of two or three horse power,and yetit neighbor woulddo unto us.ns we had done DlSTBIDT-G. W. Prattr ,
which have for several
.: "t..e, yearsbeen is to occupy only the space enclosed i ia in unto him-answer The Savannah Morning Xtvr'n.publishing IJ. E. your committee respectfully beg leave tov
.. our question clearly ,
witnessed reversed. Instead
<;, to some extent ,cast ironr box: sir feet square and be- another letter from Gov. Calf, OcaJa-J. P. Richardson.Marion. report that tHey hare examined the

)t; i .t of our banks supplying the principalS tween fire and six high. It is to be, fin and manfully-he pretends to have fallen on his patriotic scheme of diverting the : Minion-S. A. M' Cook.Iffrnando alluded and find that there is premises
amout of medium of Florida to, a*
: circulating into another of his anJ in this
S ished and in operatiun by the middle of "naps, Msssion -T. Taylor.lJillalorovgleJ. .
trade of Florida into another State ;
; .: : it is not that considcrabW continuous of Tots the
-.r- .' unlikely A range ,beyond number
Should the .
April. experiment succeed, way dodges a question which hedare not J. Scaly.
Florida will find its the rebuke. The italics -
f S:", ,-- :' quantity money and there seems to be little doubt that it answer. This habit of dropping asleep following J/anate.e-J. W. Tarlton.Keg S usually contained :any o'Jier! of the-

;; ...';. way across the Georgia Jinc.-Geornian. will, the proprietors of the New YorkEceniigl'ust when a troublesome is are our own : West-J. H. 3!. Gardner. town squares; and that according to the

f'tr. < ,'., S II.W will bctntitled to the thanks question put, maybe u'V"e still, however,,think that if the 11. G. Asay appointed President Fletcher rule observed in laying out alT of the rest

:' ,of the entire press o:the country for their very convenient for (some people, butit General would take a more extended view Institute.

? ? .Shocking Affair in Washkigfon, instrumentality in introducing some substitute I is an old device and will not bear repetition of the subject, and not allow present local : E., L.T.. Blake American Bible of them, the street would run through,

::f, 5. 5/ A frightful and tragic affair occurred -to use their own words-"for the We asked him if he approved of interests to influence his judgment, he :Society. the premises of Mooney & Gookin, and

;! } Tartarean furnace and boilers which now onerous contributions levied would discover how accomplish the great ,, J.:Pcnuy, R. S. Tltfkerlnl :,( ,:as this error has been committed by their
r 1 Washington Wednesday evening, being on vessels
> ; make hideous the vaults of all endin view viz the connection of the left without
: dy account
cur larger appointments on lot lining-been'built ard improved
I about half past six o'clock, which the for the benefit of the when upon
.i' pilots, they
offices. The of Atlantic with the Gulf through Aw own of ill health.I. .
printing great simplicity that been \
: the wires that prior to part having surveyed
lightning on telegraph
A'J{,Of 'i I the machinery, which will render fewer rendered ro rcrvice in return ? He :answers State, without the necessity creating L. Putter, J.3I. Valentine,and Jos-
night prevented our. reporters sending and laid out and asitwouldbe impossible .
". I now -
S ;
and the diminished r"We artificial harbors of canals and bun
.S repairs necessary, con- by means Carnwllloeated.
through account of by telegraph. forycstenlly
F I morning's Sun. At the hourS sumption of fuel, are also advantageswhich I shall Lave to take another basins,at either St. Marks or Brunswick" Next Conference to be held in Monti- to run toe street through without

I named the vicinity of the National Hotel will be appreciated by the fraternity. -I of a week or si over this subject, Innp'I I -as..- cello. great detriment to their property,. whichtof

S-c. I was thrown into a great and painful excitement The Post promises, moreover,promptly led of our press will not hold all the tar A letter from Concord, N. IL, .. S course Has been insured to them by:

i I by the deliberate shooting of lo make known the success or failure II id material provided by: art to represent says :-Soon after the news of the tcrril B@ For the past three or. four months the person who sold to. them; and the-

I 1 Mr. Edward H Fullerofthat city, by I of the cxp riment. When Ericsson the Post reports much that is less substantial." le accident which caused the death- of .scarlet fever bas been quite fatal to chil- next nearest point through which tEe

the hands of Lt. James W. Schauinburg, favorably, Capt. may put He will take a nap of a hole week dren in Boston. During the week
ui down for one of his engines We have (n. Picrce's little boy was received here, street may be run through,won* the east
ii2 t formerly of Philadelphia we believe, butS l before he can answer this simple (question
there it.
19 deaths from The
f ith in his invention and wait with were same
great of their
who for has much a poor Irish woman, formerly a servant In I premises. Your committee recommend
many years past t-pcnt and the reason he gives for the soiouilcr-: ,
interest diuionstation disease is fatal in
deep a satisfactory his of it and very Philadelphia, cau1 that there fbouM'; be
i of bis time in Washington, and has recently family, hearing thinkingthat 1 a street
of its successful application. Otis procrastination i is as clear and much .
) as
r boarded at tho National. The affair the rcmiins had been brought hometo sii-2 20 deaths last week. allowed there of 30 feet wide, and a lane
S -._ ''to. the point," as if Lord Castlereagh .
3 f took place immediately on the steps :Ir. William's, his former boardinghouse of 20 feet wide be also allowed to the
i of the National. The following is re- TIlE FUEMONT CLAIM.-The most important I himself! had written it. Our neighbor FItACE.-LouNaqolenn is doing

ported in the'National Intelligencer as a decision yet made by the Board can't answer our question about the pilot in this town, had the misfortune to I 'things in grand style in Iar:.. His first water on the west of the Turpentine! DCS-

r correct account of the rise and cause tlii of Land Commissioner:? wa rendered on short of fall on the ice and severely fractured her imperial ball, which took place on the tillery of Messrs" Fernandez1 unlock,,

) I sad affair: the 30th ult., confirmatory of the claim age, a wcek't nap, he say*, because 1 log, while repairing thither As soon as I 1 14th ultimo, was attend'Ly two thousand as without it they cannot have access front

Several years since, Schaumburg board. of John C. Fremntr to the rancho Las "tiro bed of hi- press will not Lold Gen. l'. returned from. Andover cad guests, two l hundred and forty being Eng ,the main street to their distillery and as.

.. ed: at Fuller's (now WiJla!'s) Hotel J, 3Iaripo ernLraJng a tract of ten all the M>lid material proviJrl Ly art to learned of the casualty to tho poor woman I,b. All appeared in tho new Court a matter of between.. Mooney
kept by A..Fi ler &Co. When the firm square leagues of land of 31aripo count represent munch that is less substantial costume of short breeches and silk stocking compromise
I This claim is far valuable : ho made it his first care to repair to i Gookin and Fernadder& Murdock, nil
became insolvent, he wasindebtcd to them ) marc pro- Nowbecause we c-: n't see :nut" *. The" Emperor entered the ballroOm
4: several hundred'dollars, and has so con. party than any other in the State, awl is in the rbnvcsentence any p her dwelling, half a mile distant, and with Lady Cowlcy, wife of the Eng- of them agreeing to the same, and being1
or :
:' tinued ever since. Applications made to the only one, we believe, that embraces an} icaon minister to her wants. This, I learn, he Ikh Minister, leaning: on his arm.. The a matter which only concerns the parties
auriferous lands. It is the fact that given in it, why I our neighbor fl.ould
.} him from timetoi time for payment, by did,with his usual beneficent and liberal funncr intimates and confidants of Louis mentioned, and being of no detriment to
5; the surviving partner, Edward H. Fuller, gives it special importance. We are not fall a-leep again, before !ho answers our Napoleon are struck aghast by the, formality -
manner. The wonnn: is none the the intermediate lot of Mrs
have been disregarded by him, as we learnon aware (not hiving read. the opinion) that question, we do not pretend to My that poor with which they are shut out from Doggctt

the ground that the debt was not due any new points of law touching Mexican others many Lot, wIll can KC further: into worse tiT at least pecuniarily, for the the Emperor., He"i; said to be very difficult leaving it po ses ed, of ten feet more of

to.Mr. Fuller, but to the trustees under grants have been Fettled tha have not accident of acccs-J. The Due de Tarcntc, only) ground than it would otherwise haves anda
milt than
a -stone : \recan but
insolvency. Mr. Fuller, nevertheless alreaJy been established by decision on ; as plmysiol.ngLts son of Marshal Macdonald, is one of his free communication on all sides, that i is,.

purau d the claim, and in &n oltercationon other ca!c!., we warn our co'euiporary! againstthe I" We understand, says the Charleston chamberlains, and the Bifchop. of Yancy on three sides with the street and on one.

'the subject, some two years ago, with If )Ir. Fremont pets posos>bn of this practice of indulging; in habits of feomnolcney Courier that the Chamber of Commerce his grand almoner. All the public institutions -
side with the You submit .
Schaumburg, personally chastised him.- cstet, the grand etories of his immense v\hieh in his case, evidently fail hare had their titles changed (o watcrr 'eommittce -

This circumstance was matter of general wealth, which made even the millionairesof to produce improvement in the faucti at its meeting yesterday, unanimously imperial establishments.The this to your consideration.
any -
notoriety at the time, and got into the .Europe stare, will be icalized. But passed a resolution, instructing Emperor is enjoying himself like C. M. COOPER,
of the cerebral
newspapers. getting possc ion is the, rub. The mineral 'ns organ. the President to invite Capt. Ericssonto : a hog in a harvest field, and no doubt : J.,TOWNSEND,,

,Public notice was again drawn to the lands of the claim are mostly cccu- II visit Charleston with the propeller just at this time thinks France is a "great
matter on Tuesday morning bsf. by the pied by miner, who are not likely t9 go A TrcactCiOas Memon. .I his country." ,
bearing name and worked by the
appearance'of a number of largo handbills ofl. We have no doubt but Mr. Fre- II' Committee.

I posted in. the most public way along mont's claim,i is valid, otherwise it would Last week vws dcstribcJ the message of nwtue'poiccr which promises to effect so r5-. Washington In ing, while at The following ordinance, predicated on.

Pennsylvania avenue, announcing, under not have been confirmed by the commissioners President Fillmore, on the present position entire revolution in the field of commerce Mount Vernon tho other day, remarked the above report, being presented by Councilman -.

the the signature Edward II Fuller S ; but the \Cision'will have to be and manufactures. This indicates that: be remembered: seeing Gen. Wasb-
of the Seminole Indians "marked Cooper, was unanimously passed :;
that James Schaumburg was coward, confirmed by the Supreme Court of the as in New York when he child
S laudable intercut the of ington was a
a on part ourChamber Be it the Tbicn
Unite StatesLefoie Mr. Fremont and ly the weakness and indecision which. or.lainavlby Council
I a liar, and swindler, with allegations and five years of age, and while the Generalwas '
to gratify our citizens, as all nf the Totfn. of Jacksonville, That in as-.
the chimanta under him .
Statements to substantiate it. get possession. Lave characterized every act of his aJmiu- ; passing through the street, accompanied -
'much the streets at the east end rf the-
must be curious to witness the operations as
t On.Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon Tir istration, from tho first to the last, where by a crowd, young Irving was attended town wero not laid out prior to the building .
and evening Schuimburg was seen pacing Bisnor of'thi new wonder in industrial science his honest Scotch-
I\ES' CO \.EREIO .-The V- rromptitude awl energy were demanded by nurse, an of the foundry of Messrs. Mooney &,
backward and forward along the avenue,. silvers says a general subject of conversation the occasion." The and we trust that it may be compatable woman. The woman'forced her way up Gookinand the house and
by Repulliian, utterly improvements
suspected by manynda it would seem, at Rome is the recent conversion to with Capt. Ericsaon'cngagernentato comply to tho General, leading her child by the of J. P. Sanders, which now-preventa the

too truly .with' ,deadly intent, in search the Catholic,faith ol Dr., Ires, the Anglican oblivious of its own past course in with.the invitation.. land, and approaching, addressed him- continuation of Marsh street- tbo said
for Fuller. Unhappily that evening, at regard to 3Ir. Fillmore defence cYonr honor here is bairn that is called :
,' Bishop of Carolina, in the U..States. sets up a a lots having been sold by )Irs..M. DoggettaDd
the titus above stated, Mr. Fuller'bad Dr. Ivcs had for, along time embraced of his decision," at least so far .as his .1. ,after,ou. Tho General paused, and as it is to have a continuance .

S mounted the steps to enter the National Puaeyitc opinions, and felt strong sympathies proclamation against the "Filibusters" is : JI(RItA If FOR"TR r. FLORIDA BOATS. placing his hand upon the boy's bead, necessary possible.

Hotel from Sixth street, when ho was espied for the,Catholic religion,which had The Southern Standard says : "The business gaTe him his blessing. Mr. Irving states
concerned and that "the to where it ought of right to have been
j by Schaumburg, who was standing subjected hiu:to much'rcmo'nstrnncC8.- says great mer- of these boats is increasing that ho has distinct recollection of the *

, near the door on the cast side oftha por: Since be has been at Rome he has put it and strength of 3Ir..Fillmore's policy: Last Saturday presented much Ct'8rytrip of whole scene.-which;occurrqd in,the year committee located in conformity on the subject tothe: i itr is-report hereby of,

tico; and when Fuller approached nt the himself, in relation with 3Ion ignor Gill, even upon the question; coming most,directly 1787::. ordered and directed that the continuationof

I distance of about four feet be received the the, Catholic Bishop,of Virginia, U. S., home tp the f fctliugi of the Sou't1iern the appearance of colony ship. In. addition r Marsh shall be the
;. fire barrel of revolver in the bands to and FashionabloParcii in New York street opened on
of One a and addressed himself Tal- forty passengers fiftytwonegrocti s ,_ s, ,
: people, that people have long since east o: said foundry, adjoining the same-
Schaumburg, 'and .i instantly retreatingacross bot the cameriero she had mules it are to be reformed ; The En-
private of the Pope, inS wagons, carriages, appears ,
awarded to'- the President the merit of and a lot Mrs..\ towards the south side'of the avenue to the .improvement consists Ingoing
order mrke his solemn adjuration and buggies, ,and a variety of implement press says be .feet b&-
thirty an alley
pursued Scbaumbnrg, with, as I publicly, profess. Catholicism. Tbia ceremony -- "protecting and defending the Constitution to a party at a seasonable hour.andin <
also of
Ac. The wide between
provisions.dry goods receipts opened twenty-feet ,
- some say, a drawn bowe-knife. in bis band.: took place on.the 26th of December with. an honorable'6ngle.! indcj- leaving it at something near a seasonable the said lot and the

;: A'ptrmbcr-of hack eJ.and others follow S ,,the Pops,, in person,. administering mess unflinching of these boats unit exceed a thousand. hour also.. Peoplenow go to parties Turpentine Distillery
nerve. Fernandez Murdock- both of which
' ing Schanmlmrg,with hostile:f&outs induced .S the:sacrament to the COD\. t. Dr Tree, dollars a tripCALORIC generally from half past nine to eleven,
.him to give np the pursuit, and retire S abandoning ,the Episcopal Church of The.memory of ,our neighbor is decidedly 111 and come away at the small hours in the street and Alley are to be run from.- Bay,

S to the hotel, where, after seeking a retreat the United States, has rf v'en up a very ad- ,bad: Docs he forget that he himself ? ENGINES.-The New York ,morning.. They.violate! all laws,'physical .street to the water.

i front room to room, io elude the excited vantageous n, His wife at first published! sundry i'diatribest" con Express says that Capt. Erie sson' baa" received and moral; turn day into night, and abstract CoupciTmaa.T.wnsond;,from. Committee -.

crowd from the street, he at last gave warmlyopposedbi intention but 'it is Mr Fillmorc's from bodily health a good deal Ire ordinance .
this Laws
demning policy on 'orders-for about 300"of his caloric I on Patrol presented an -
himself police. 'Being conducted said that she'DOW'.begins 'defend him than they add,to mental! enjoyment oHotellcctual -. .
same"Fillil ustcring business 1 Can he but it is in regard thereto action on which,
I .._. to the office' Justice' Morsell be against the" attacks" of 'som& Protestant engines, not aware that ho has improvement., :

da 'duly commuted to'tbo.county jaOwhere ministers wh6 accompanied the bishop to forget that he charged Mr. Fillmore, in I consented to supply any large number at was, on motion 1>y Councilman Bnffington,

be'now> remains., J J Eom4.ST; 't ,V .'. the most direcTterms, with' -winking at, pre ent.. MOBB' UNCLE TOMJUTUDES' :-There .for.the' resent.deferred.. '
> | to be end'to tiler tricks of the
seems no
inch and rt '
The ball entered about '
an L : : .5 f. encouraging( : the ofLopcz's.cxpe4iion.fr95m.w : UIL
; escape Passage of' OrtfinajtcerCouncilman
half to the,right of.the navel,.-and bad l t -eaj; .S.i :: ; ;FOR,'AUS7RALlA.Tbere are nine qn te. ,olUites. We learn from the Eng-
NtgU Africa telegraphic advices Orleans Had *
: not
'hen'iper's that iwarms of Abolition J Townsend introduced the,
,110t. bcn, extracted/; indeed its .place! oi L r firstclassessels'
not becd ( und/ .wiichleftewyrk about, eir o'clock; on the Mica to'dcferM Sir.; Fillmore's character now, loading for Australia -> .agents arc,now, tversiiigEn'and! telling following ordinance;'which was on motion
S 4dgwehad 'Sunday ,eyemng'eT6 received at' NewOrleans and: Cve others have
.. against t. the disreputable ; cleared within a piteous story, about Mr?. Stowe, whom _
charges Cb nci1D1:1 Canova I
'I IO'r i. I' bW the Southern f Morse by. unanimously-
Line '
,, ) week jTbere arn not ,they living ins ;
: many represent aa garretin- a
brougbai'nst i : : passengers
; himby'tha editor of the {
ENGL.tND AND5.AzJcA.hsalef,( ateigbt o clockj ,fifteen minutes, while a but state ot'wrctclied"dbStitutien and-5 suffering 'passed:*
Household I dispatelioftlmc same news. by tbeNatioi4Li 'RTuU:dn1-that bo bad:left Washington offering largo qU:1ntitiesofrpro; ,'ons
late Tb
r 'ThckuiiA numbe/of < 'are out.EARTMQUAKE. se'fllowsit, 11 said, are collect- An Ordinance-entitled, Ordinance, to*
"'_ ICJ ; al n came through ,at twenty minutes taking with him his Cabinet ,and _going occ"aod abundance .
JpSrifr;: aucr enpmeraiing the $trikin..2I ) toe sixpence by compel Attendance of Memler*.
S : past.cJght-difference between the two that be dodged "the wires : this John Boll- is 'made to
S. .ij", otthocotoa5adeiays-, .4' L5ncir minutes. even telegraph IN, VIRGINIA.. ,, On imposition.; Be it ordained ly tM; H.
p'1 fLet&n1 great: socoal.or,physical convulsion This"T :about as close 'a'race as ever thXi t 'enough might: elapso for LOpez Sunday, last, there 'were two' severe," shocks sweat ,hanti.eomly.foriis' t'd maudlin sensi.bilityBoszoa.Conths f.t ofcthc 3Jbiro tJotLiok That. any

I } visit the United States, and England tun j-Ui 'opposition: Lines, and show to reach the? Island f Cuba1Is i of an'earthquake'felt'at Wbodstocks,Va. I jnember of.,CQuqei} failing to attend a.

I f would, ,feel the shock from Land tHe ,admirable working order both must this denied?.' ,No,''nor .will! it;, be; The.concussions-wera, followed l! for"a Yew RrnaiNa PART or MRS.:PILLMOBE.It .. meetIng of'the' same' i.tterbavinibeenduly.sumrnoned
S.5 'C 4'vt$ Johnp'fl tf' .The. lives oj!S have'been to accomplish,it." S and jet;:onr neighbor is so oblivious thath seconds by a low rumbling noise. is stated, in' letters from Washing : ; shall find-the sum of

JJtUI.r twovmiHiQnso, out countrymen;are I ,' ( i : uJ. !-.: I L-T-L S
. .5 .pde.flt.UlKfl tbo cotton crops in.Ainer- ; CotownPj IN.PEN NSTLVANIA.TwoImportant ". tfflT..The bas 'Metropolis are excited 'now'btherurrorthattjie .excuse be,"rendered. _',thetrt''nex; ,
and."ncnro"2 "' .- received f
I. TheIr be said without .illa. on the wmo occasion f .
jpcstiny.may ; were repotted, ?ntbePenn distinguished laIy.of the: .l,e ung& : ; t' .
from Gen. Jlresf- ,
_1YMlri ofjijpcrbole fD baDD' syJv Legislature on Monday 'Would ama of nerve fdodge-the telegraph I Pierce declining ', ',;<)
: ; : d qtial mansion* it d.loUJ.nmi1&r. .
.-..... #x--! Shlf'Y.J." I "' UlD. .preparing! to give) a (,. ,
.S oIIJ *; ymlt 1 '-' *-*cneioiprarenttcoloned. personfromacquiring ,wires," jit fdi?the'p.tujos of giving ; a .public reception. on* his; passage jgrand'reiiriag party.' It is,: ..tojizeeed : 'On motion of Counciliaan $at OUD'\
y .
jtbJaiidanabp4 pfcotion'a thousand of oujinet- a residence in. that State aDd :sthrdughthitcitj., !
: '
; the EJinbustcn tb nce to reach the S in brillianfy those TVELbJaD7 iI'th at
". t. would rotapidlyi jn the doett the'otherto from labor q.'t._ ,__ adjourned ; ::
e \ IsIa'udc( 'bi7 ::Well: Mtfm 'ilkzrerx91&mu1. ,. i3rThere were but week 8M ; of'bet predeeeuors.. It it is i also,:stated trm'yeIt0t. .
(en'thouaand must sthpThe1r'bsyS mother States'aAdfsbives m'lnuh\ ted by may :' ., I. deathsm'New : hat[ tbo most pltai tnt n'm by.the Cab- 7.-b', lf."Y"Y"00" ,
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t" looms; two millions of mouths" their masters from'*'settling i r in Pennsylvania. I. .tr'A taliorilvs /ifljcrlen.t York;210,Philadelphia" and ; i inet'Ministers. are'the .Monday?CTea 'J.I.4AUs.S.k. .ll."r, ">'1;iBmRE'n'L"1'.Y 'j1'" 1) .. :

S starve for Jack of food to feed them. ., isttt": 101, in Baltimore,, 1lJl '': 1C'f t. :Jo.l!)Irs Se reta }i e ued ;I'-;j.:., ltr'iJ I...."; .u;'. _.;, r.. H .1Fm :@. ,

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of the ISt q .msL1&dt1un zotIapeteb a1fJ t"tn.ataaft'.CAMUNA.. :"LU'.,.a CHMteTONMDip ,BTAX ef ttw p..JT.d.l1-.11. S.. f"brw ,P. -18:5 :: p-- d liT

betn a gOOJ ,tid; R haTe day the 2 4 le.T1P14e ..FL"ORJDA'J&t *fer saU before the Coon Uoumat fiPBHTti AND StJlJlHRj. .

?eeu e3tiINVtOaIes 1i'j11 Jft day f .'orF.1'*. r.f yfeqgBVcr.e a. .VL stanaan Alligu,oa Ike ftnt AN 4a j of_Ars if j wart 1M3, CLOTHIN.G: :' I
following ,
at the property, .
.retched 5G9Weti.J 30i IJZLCHASSE..IE FISEOANj. HfcSHfc* will she 8tai.aa4.Cmaaty tales ? : t'TJ
.. thereof as pay : .r1.iitwzs.ttat: '
-rt1'19 at ;. f32 I'r'1 S6 at \ ;febl2. 2\ Are"' CAROLINA FLORIDA .. taireon. tit .
S5 AND and th* necenarr.. ( 4j>e \ i 'M.Es"w'lthIR '
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1' '
at 'and 1 :
34110 31 VTkitt SttrphajSpnajt -
3Oj332I ... r wit: 4t acres Waax i&f .
40cl 'The' receipts arc 8 bale ::7 M A'LONErAY.LOR: ,: : .IePa1alb"Ute. Hears. eo.the, ...,.bflongisg to ands tateelthetrsas' of c.T. I.vgst ,H ACa. aad"
7 at B Reel W*- Wild*.Bate A Taylor J .stCT;ceaUaae tvW&.
Lumber .r
Commission Mercbants sewe4 i e tke e ute Jgacch, :
and the.export 12a bale. THEC1SOLDTA'wffl Wre,CHAMJSTO! er.sedfutheerlSt I e wt at the*: l ererriSavsmsW.atSP.IC Retaratab wffl tear 5LM1CKLETV 04 iTamau Street,. ITexr T.rlc,. *, .
... PExw3 A "t MCOLATJII ,jaa8 where he wiB bare!.
; iIuL-A PALATKA ererr VaMivw, A.31. CoHecter.' reartrates.lotS let early aa4;
COIID Pc so58 ? : :, tm Ttry respectfully solicit, caD ijnmenU of A.M,and JACKSOSVILLS T* Xy. at 3 'I"as I.UfalOr and -3JIS3. : ta&e poschsaerstb,1arraaiLebsim sos.LSREO '. .
brnxJaced in the ,Senate of. 1' K. .: AmgatoCeloL C..j Yla..J.a i UD K..E& (u.orB' .
Jfcjelr uther
. was Lumla; _la4 SMnyla,' th ..
that after SALELTJ7
Ohio;, ,*l*& proriJes .Liberal advance*m :1st January, iBM, no .free new T. BltocEP. )ErRi J rl'l : PALATCA.10.'.l.. ,'AIL BLACK CRZZK. Virtaw et the Power:Vested IA me bylaw HOVS MARKETS*
shall be permitted to:be 'DSo z.S 3 P.3I.JACK.S V n.u.F riJay.4&. AJt -O ahan expose lor sale batons the Cocrt nod gfreskiar the greatest taeiUdes ef getting ar. >kift
.r mulatto T E. BriiXii.J.cho a fltoaa. eeuaact with tU the interio stock -
1k,1U. These is Alligator .. he first Monday ef May,1M3 ,
cone a resident of &at State. The bil b 12-11 OF TIlE CANADA'AT.HALAFAX_ Stage et East VTonda aa.1 connects both way the followinjrdcacribed, property, much AT THS LOWBT ];.; ".
penalties for infringement 1 BALTIMORE Feb. with the KewTerk SUatashipvCarclioa RsHread and tales sod ia tke LATEST STYLES. Tk,eftW.i .,
severe any 4. thereof win the SlAte Ceuaty
provides Executor' | as pay I ..
Boa taPanac aasaed sad Southern
once .tO1X and the WflmisrUe > > i JirreaaatB,ian
cf dlW! prohibition; and, should i ilecome it MONTHS after date-w. will present our \ The British Mail Steamship Canada. *Ana Ckarlestoa. ta Jaetaoivtlle,. andtlii necessary expenses due thereon,:twit 'c-.J.weald clfl wall to exastia ear stock ksfcta.rarehasmg. ., .

a law, effectually exclude aleolored O accounts and Toucher 'lo tne-BOIt9rat.1etbe II.1 front PieoIaU to Palatka .810.JWWf : 40 rr9d rate land,lying ia Colombia ,2as.. jaa D.
people whoare not domiciled then Juige of Probtte for.the'eouuty Hillsboroath Captain Stone, has arrived at Halifax. 4rrpMrt. ibrs.Mfe ta.j. .' County (situation cot known) belongiag to I I ?. .w TunJan.1. r r'.. 1S33... j.. j

The bill furthei as exoentnx and ol I i, from Liverpool 1, which port she left' ot \P.CALU\OLL.: Charleston &J1Jo oAUtlBarronQrthe1ea.r ARiiE !
when it takes effect. exeeator ia right BKLLECHASSE A FTSEGAN, 1832. ,JLJ ,MICKLEK, 1tifDO. GB.AlIT..
provides that no non-resident colored per his wife of the estate of Thomas R. Fills, deI'I' the SM' uI. The United States 'Mail JacksonvIlle; jan 8 Tax assessor-and C tctor. I :PUBLIC SAtE OP LANDS
rOr'a .
ceave final settlement of tko EEI1rJ.tU.
hold real estat< stme; Atlantic AllIpt Celambia Co,Fla,Jan. 3J,1S3. I -
J.aflhie to
son permitted shall apply for a full discharge at add executrix Steamship Captain_ West, ar. febh--d t Peter J>att,adoiabtrator of "J)

in Ohio. an I X cent or. x tired at Liverpool from;; New York, OBtbe -r:ypaikefL1ie. TAX COLLECTORS SALE'I TraacbP &nchtz, dee. for t". ll% ..dnoccrji.

ELIZABETH McGUlEIt, 'morning of the 20th nit. iY Virtue the Power Vested ia m*by law, I use of A Frebiuaadn-5foebjtaottfF( -
whose ExecntrTx, B> shall expose for sale before tho Court House. acdotkna, 'J. FlasIdsgr*.
tQr Clark Mills cqucstnai Tnrwnnn D. IcGnER, ; THE LIVERPOOL IARKITS.-The Atlantic's at Alligator the first }Monday May, 1S53. n. ; '.
statute of Jackson has elictcU such warn feb t-Cm Executor, advices Lad favorable cflect the followingdescnibed property,or so muck Benjooiin A Fetus,.. Extr. *f l

ennimendatioD, it is stated, is a native of; a thereof will pay the State and County taxes P,Ur MitcheLaad, aJnrr .1 Ca [

New.York, lot when a boy, rcnwml tc CAUTIOX upon the Cotton71 'ciarket. 'n-Throughout 1 TQC NEW AND REGULAR UtE ,01 and the necessary*thereon,to wit: bell )Mitch and &imacl J D. w

Charleston South Carolina, where be I HEREBY caution 'nd forbiJ the Public the week Fair qualities had advanced a Packet between New York Jatkaewiille, endPalatk. SO acres 2d rate land, %lying near the Suwaa- Mcote.. ').
from let wifeEIinbeth and-aosesstdto.Tho la accordance with final decreo cwterd
ting to
ray *, composed by ne New .aJ fast aailiuj nee Shoals belonging ,
was apprenticed to a common plasterer have any thing in my tume, as I will not farthing, and Middling eagth of a 1ooDers FreeZer,for the year 1832. op in the abot entitled cause,oath* .Stb day-

Irze. responsible for any debt contracted by her. : itlis L.E.111CKLEE.f of N.oeen.krAD., '1S32,ia tk* circatt Coon,
Toe sales! during the week < RoGtas ,
penny. m- JOSEPH GRICE. 270 tons, A. Com'rJERsEY
feb 12-11 J. W. IllGGlM&T 11AM. Tax assessor sad Collector. sitting for the county of St. Johns. the II oa.Tfcosns .
An t>IJ laJjr once said, that hei -- .- --- -- prized 58,000 bales, of which speculatorstook OAK 160 tons, J. S. KOOKIS Com'i 2iptM'-OHbia Co,Fb.Jan.3d. IS37. 9oarlaa presidiag the following.des-.

iJea of a great man was, "a man who KERN AN DEL &. REYES 11,000 and The will ply regularly between the pcrts. .. -1&.Vi i'the aerUM *| tM..
was keerful of his clothes, don't drink exporters 6,700. Agent in New York. TAX COLLECTORS SALE. do ttra a belonging ta tk* catata at FUiMitebel

tpirite kin read the Bible without spelling .3SJaS: A3TDJ T.3.1t01L8. sales on Saturday, the 22d nit. the day JOSEl'H RiCE Water-st Virtae of the Power Vested La me by law,1.IoaD 1 deceased, reminiaaunaobI,bvcJtered

the word and iiu cat cull dinner ..iTilIr, Cast FUrida.TTERNAXPEZ the Canada sailed amounted A"otslD Jack D"me.Io' BY expose fur sale before the Crurt House at public aalc at Jlicunopy,u>Alackaa coaaty.
a ---- ---- to 5,500 EEE & C.\ OY A. at Alligator, on the first Monday of May Ih53 State of Florida on Fril y ale 23th.drs.; 4t(|
fin wash day, to save the wimmen foils A REYES returns tber: thanki bales. Agent in PaUtk the following described property, or so much March next.

the trouble of cooking.* JUL te their friend and tile p1tb1i :' ''. for R. K.DCK&An thereof sa will pay the State nil l'eaD'J"taxes t Tb said lands will b*sold upon the fellovi
i the nheral patrona they have receiTed,and hope, The quotations were as follows -Fair goods directed to their CARE will be and the necessary expenses Joe tLcrcea,to wit: log terms to wit: one tkird payable ia easb OA

SUICIDE IN TUE PCLMT.Mr. Cba by strict of the attention same. to Having iDeA reeeired,to mont the Isteetstyle.eontmoanee Orleans, GR, Middling Orleans 5Jd.! ; PROMPTLY FORWAKDED.September4 ,SO acres of laid 2J rate,near Pockey (reek I the day cf nnrchose,tke reawteiag tw..**ifojfof

l"ult"rbo conducted a prayer meeting in direct from the Nerth they are prepared to execute Fair Mobile Gd. MiddlinMobile ojd. 18 2. tf. [Reptiblica copy. belonging to aol wcsaeJ to James A, Cooper .' the pttrcLas nwaey payable ia IIP* cqaal
the German Lutheran church at al,work entrusted to their care with despatch, ; I for the year 1 S52L...K.M1CKLER and annual instalments with Interest e.f six
Schuyl- and in a workmanlike manner. They invite all to Fair Uplands 5}., and Middling Uplands Charleston and Florida Line. Jan 8 TAX assessor and Collector. percent,the subscriber sign real aad. **** 0
kill Haven, }'&., on Sunday evening week, give them a call, (on 2t ewnu atreet. second door -' Alligator,Columbia Co,FIa Jan. :3J, 165? 1 cute with the purchasers contracts foe tiflj.
was found suspended from the altar, on from Dr Byrne'i new heRding,) aaranrtfr the rublie 5d.| The Stock of Cotton at Liverpool ThE SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAMER .friadiiional for the execntioa*f a perfect t.l*

the following morning, having: committed menu that warranted their prices to chall fit.X be moderate and all gar- consisted of 600,000 bales, of FLORIDA TAX COLLECTORS SALE when the purehaoomqflhpjJ.

fuicide after the eonreatictt was d! It CntUng and reT*>arirg at the shortest notice. which 400,000 were American. CHARLES WILLEY, Co3fsiiiDE: B rarta shall expose of the for Power sale before Vested the in Co me rt br Ileus law.I Schudule of be. "

IDis.-. JM>5-Ty b now running regularly oa : the first Monday of May iaJ, P. 1$
_ Carolina Rice was worth from 2 Is Gd I at AHigatoron SS 'as J*
the Line between Charleston ant math .
FOX EEST. the following described property or so 036 180
SLAVES i\ PENNSYLVANIA till is THE HOUSE and premises lately occupied to 22s per cwt. Flour VMSunchanged..- ___ the St.John's river. thereof as will pay the State and Connty taxes, E.bslfsnds.W.qy.of"he.. 'cIs .

before the Pennsylvania legislature to allow l- L-Capelli Newmo street, tear Grain had slightly declined.HAVRE The following; schedule has been mlopteu and the aeeesury expenses due tliertoa,t* wit: W. -s.g-- .. 3 I' J

cttiiciu of slave Lolling State, pissing the corner ef Bay street. Apply tof which shows the hours arrivals and depart one town lot situated ia the Columbus, Ko. &, 4 ." lp -. H
.bo Corrox MARKET.-The sale tares from the rarlerr r t Jt to
C1IAS BYRNE.MARION ports belonging to and assessed James L.CO'rer.
through that State, to bring their Ii daring the week comprised 0500 bales at Leaves Charlofton Tuesday S.*:.. x. for the 1S52. -. I' ,"ie.'ii.
lares with tbcra and those who vWt1'ennc1Tniaoa COUNTY[ LAND FOR SALE. leaves Jacksonville Wednesday, at 3 ** jinS year .. L. K. UICKLER, f. 11 1. 11
half M '. 11" 1 t' 2t
a franc advance. Leaves rico ta at 7
business cr picture, to I TIlE| aKser.ber offers at private*ale. the C I. Wednesday Tax &Seuorand Collector. 31 "Ia fl

retain their slaves with them for the space described tracts of land in- Marion GREAT BRITAIN. Fears are entertained .EnItNt Alligator, Culoali Co, FU-.11.0-JJ_S53. ; M I fln ".20 .
I Connty. There laads are nearly all hammock and l..eufY PBatka Tonrsday, at 7 .o'cioek S.Y.I "i '
of six months.Cy I in qnalitr are notrarpajped by soy m the Flat*..- in England of s coup ue vas byapoIeon eares Pieolata 10 TAX COLLECTORS SALE. 026 11 2t
X W, quarter of Section :31.aDd S. W. quarter ef leaves Black Creek H > *-'PK. .4 .
I the Poseen-testedinme by law 1 MIt 2."J' .
of the "Jackl'UD'fil1e Section 30. Township 13. Range 20. (:20 acre) Napier, English ShipBuilder Virtue of the ,
THE T t" U01.DEItS leaves JacksonvXe Fn and Allipator Plank Road Company are hereby I half The of West the S.haror.N.W. quarter W.qurter.of section and 7, the townaiiipU West [ had received orders from Napo- The accounnod.tiona for Passengers are Alligitor shall expose the first Monday ef May 3r .. .u '. 11

notified that the amount of stock required by the Uanse2 (ir&a reiu) eon to build sixteen :Frigatc* for him.- injTirp.iascJ by any boat ever placed on theit.John'e. the following described property tr so much 1111 21

charter,to authorize said company to organize has I The N. W.quarter of Section 3j, the E. half The British Freight and Passage as hew as by i thereof as will pay the State and County taxes dee IS Jur Co A. 1 xcflEL1
been taken. Therefore uniler 'gned Commissioner of X E.quarter of Peetion 34. the Eart half eC Admiralty, however cancelled .i ay other Hit. AJ further inf matiea till Sal the necessary expenses due thereon to wit

J. the S K. quarter of section i7.and the W. half of I ho order, and instructed Napier to build be obtained applying to either efttennderTgned BO acres 2d rate, and 205 acres of 3.i rate land, BUFFINGTON HOUSE '
; lad: tliat
notice Stockholder
to .
girt aaeleetidu of 26 13 20f .
the 8. IV quarter sect township range Columbia County number*and situ.
Directors,, to serve t.r the term of oue andE.AIo he tame number of Frigates for the Ageats.J CALUWELL. Charleston.DELLECHASSE lying and assessed t. rACKSONVILLE, EAST 'LORUA
wfllb he'd at Jacksonville OB Saturday a tract.f45 & .. as U.Sooth sMe ofrane 3riti & FIXEGAN lion not known, belonging
Ter | I. >h Go emmcnt. The Government the IS&2-
> Lake, xlj nin?the lands-of 3Ir ottn.n | JaekHonvilleU John Markee.for year "nILE PROPRIETOR or this..nbo .'
|he. 19th day of Primary.>A. D.1S33. Moody. and sections 21 and I TC also instituting enquiries of the nail R Pflatka. Jan S. L. K. :MICKLER: : J. is plearcd I* aaaeanc t.bis U pattoaa MIl
&. D FEKIODCZ li.ia township 12, rauge 22. All thee tract are REID Tax assessor aid collector. : &hose Tis.tmg the Swaay South'1 for healih or
I- D HAaT be: best qoal.ty; Cotton La nd* I load Companies a, to how nnnv men, Sept IS, 652. tf Alligator,Celuiabu Co, Ha,Jafc. 3d 1352. Measure,that
\ CHILLS \'ItF. For terms apply to the subscriber at .1aek!n-.' ,
L >isi_ Ck. rUle [nor 18o2l L-CllAS BYRNE.rpIIEUXDERSI torses, and munitions of war they could FOR ENTERPRISE.AND TAXCOLLttTOaSSALt. tlb House has undergone thorough rtn- _
7.1 n. Ross. INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS. Virtue of the IPg.ereted in by law, oration
E- )MCCLEI.w arry to specified points; {a case of tmerncy. BY ,
Q 4tIS &&3 I pI The steamer SARAH SPALDwINU.Capt.A I shall expose for ale before the Court anti has been well fitted op U suit tba meat fiutidi-
J. W. LOWE j
(, on5$4)ocrs.'f ; A large Militia station is to be S. SruK. lining louse( at Alligator on the first Monday cf Mjr $1W having utttit ef.his teems
( XED.bavinr leased the city I i been thoroi hly overhaaled will 1853, the following! described property, er so I
il >A U 31 1 UL, have formed a Copartnership; for t orme"! near Hirmin htm. No more reg- ""lInut her regular trips between this ilace and : much thereof as will pay the State and County FanUM witS Kew FarsUUre esUire.
: : he-purpose ofS.aL.G leavin JaekwrarDte Wedne lay Tbe Proprietor has also secured tke services of aady >
Interpnse. ; every due thereon
DicluOn.the ilar trooj are to be scot from Lome, an JTtat tun.and the neecwvrj expecs [ of lore and .
X.tZBE1.. at 9 clock..A_ M.arriving at Palatka same day the JIlinI standing repatatiea as a lice*
15.bin si., at therto-ilrwr of J.CHewmtRf. fIJr the Rome Market coder the rtvle and title ofLtRK activity prevail in the different !*vinjr Palatka every Thnrolay at 8} o'eloek I to wit, 110 acrr 24 rate land, near feeper He- will spare ne/ pains t* make this :
A.t M,in connection with the steamers Wm.Gaston I era! springnn the ?nw nne, Lelorging If | douse one ef the best in Honda ncI hopes by
Mr. R. HE\niI.\G.! recently from : t BTTIIXK. JOhN JIIO.O.CLRK.BUTLER.C7 SUI Y nrJ!. aDd Florida, and amnnp at Enterprise rune day f issetsul to Way and Kin?, for the year J& 2. I IJin t ti leeptng a rood house, and giving his personal a-

War'ii1cksTifrcEnghr.d. a!f'I'73.' j-'tl.\\cE.-wniJ have (turningm as to evnnct with the steamers i $ L. K bUCKLER, ention to business, to nicnt mot receive the pal.usgecfthepirl4ie. "
Napoleon was to -
s-rhscnben weald 't
The repeeUaIlT'ie.t 'Telaka and Caro:u. r Savannah ali Char'cston.Fur : I Tax assessor and Collector i !
In Jacksonville,en the 4tb inlt.X.II F1TZIIUUI1 the PATRONAGE' of the FnbIic..LII oen married to Madame Montigo on the freight or '**" a aaiifeof \lexun4ru, Y. but later U they have entered into the 1.-iacs for the ex. I lilSOEE .t OANOVA, Agt's J LooDfi1le. I and Travellers generally.
n >re s .arpetlf :Oth ult. Thc dowry demanded for the K. R. DUKES Agent Palatka. i TAX COLLECKOR8 SALE.BY A large and extensive Livery Stable II attacheS

ly a reinleneeof Louisiant.Arrit AWING LVMEEn: TOE JACKSOT1LLE, Idle was fiva railliou: francs. Twenty Jan 23_ ___. tf I Virtue cf tie Power Tested In be law.I .The the Jl Western<
-- -- --- Stage leaves the House sacs after
af The fiiiCcnIIotel Z4'ANI) 'nCISIn'-GJ I line of battle ships,eigL teen frigates, end CC Tn.'L STAqE LEE, shill expose for sale before the CourtHouse ; he arriral of th*boats.SIMFTL .
They wHl also! have a Grist Mill attsdied to the at Alligator. f>n the fir t Monday of1( BUFFDTGTOy, Proprietor.September .
SaKwl Eafilagtaa. Froprit '-Jiiatry. and a*they have the rpeatfT of one of:' :tk-ea buuller vc s sclt arc Icing built in ROM JACKSONVILLE. TALLAHASSEE. k'ay, ISO; the following described property i iirso 23, 1342: 6taJacksonrille
he PLlMn tUIIIUS" IM Crown ef( tll! French, Yards ElII-'WEEKL1. mncb thereof as will pay the State and [f -'
Vi T Turren. F'u; I iieorgii; 5*!tiinrref wtiita will be ia ttperatMoo i i ie Navy THE Propricttfr tAes Bounty bus anti the nr cess- ry expenses due |. mAGNOLIA B01JSE.
Col G W Cal!, -It; S .\ Jon .c Io; aDi which w entirely n.vel in thupsirt oftae connry pleasure in annoancinjr to. beeontowit, : 120aerrs2d rue on Hockey
Ceo D IK'pVi! s, do; S A CorVes, doA ; -and one of the firm being xn nld and New Ycii Cotto. Harket. f '$ jf the lablw that be has jut >eek. near the Suwannee. belonging to and t tessd Florida.
llopk'us dot''Nti I & I lijy.doD : e need hand with all the above machinery BALTIMORE Feb. 4. > .- rJaced npon the route a new "'> to Buckingham Smith. for the year fe4 THE SUCSCRIBEB has just com-
.f them being wen AelUn.ted with the utotrl.J FOUR HORSE COACH and that he .E1 JwUd the above Uoa
J B nfmn.Psi, ; W itigstouN C, and splendid L. K. )MICKLLB II | .Suing it up in the
DVf Detroit; iliss liviujstoa tbe City ia tLcir line they will endeavor" In the New York Cotton market enViday i.I prepared to convey pa.> engers through in the S53.! m. t comfortable style, and will OB* ever* nerti9n .
Ward r cnertl sutuf U>a, to a-'l who wU r .lortest po-wil.Ie! U ne. lie has rutays U the beet jin 9 Tax: s!e "r sal Collector I to please all that may favor hmx with theirFarticel&r
Wm M.uiw.rren. tie, t B W EMtn, R I, nth their or levi 1700 bales were cli..poJ cf pre- l1on at difsrsit pouts so tlt&l 1) more time w1O't Alligntor, Colombia Co,Ha_ lan'3d, IS52. atronage

H AAikin.X Y; JloeerfoINY; Angeste S52. litf the of the Cicada's tlian is necc-sirr fur their change. attention paid to lanlil.
pPGibeoiudo; VI re Icier C clTTIrm I' ions to I'tc l.ti.m. This Stage leaves Jacksoe.ville every Sunday and TAX: lOLLLCTOUk S.\ 11 A. COT

J Demure,Wk $ritfZOCOrr.rSA \ < and .4 Rue'" NEW BAKERY. :;Ivk-cs ai a decline of from an eighth to \rodnenday sAernnoo immediately after the amy T' Virtue of the power rested in tee by Comer Ocean and M aroe-atreeU,
; "hu.oopnDg1I; JIllEAD, PIES, AM) CAKES il of the steamers truss Savannah and returns in B his,1 shall expose for s.le before the Vonvnie. SOT. 20.1352 IUood
E.F Tayler. Pa; J JI I1.m.: F!.; THE CO-PARTSERSIIIP heretofore eiti* 'a quarter of a cent.FAMILY j time to connect with them on their return trips.- burt House door at Alligator on the firs: Stabling for Horses j u

D JJ Edlla & "D.S C, r T B IrinU. SY; L between Myer A Coopman, in the- ceadoetf I'- '- been steamers connect with others thus at Savannah.r to .\.IonI.... '.,., May 1S.TI.1' the followiaz. Jrcril -- --
Charleston- and New York affording J BOAIlDUCi
J TipcoB doJ.Lii.I au-1 Droller, the Baku.bosine.havtar bn dis' lred.the GROCERIES. trareUersTrom the North, or other; viating Tallaba property, .e f !;njoci thereof as will pjy thi; t' NEtV G HOUSE.
KM P.. 1.Drl; X V. .nt.a-ribcr d eire* t&malt k.t w> t* the pui>Ke .sce or the interior towns or Florida a speeds 'tate and County taxes, and the necessary ex i mILE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to aceomm, .
H l> Git't'>n, lUli; I 0 K"i;",'; that he will hereafter earry oasanl bu..ioe w singly_ i rpOE PUB CKIBEE keep,eoB,UBayon bsnJ trans.tA conch eoaneets with this line to aDd pens dee thereon to wit120r acre of lEt ,. J.d ite a few O.\RDEIL al kin residence U -
W \'AJai'.es.N V, Lieut.WettittUSA; He has made-full pteytltratiooa. apply the lowtn 1 a toe a*vrtinent or GROCEUIEff. to torn the White Sotphar ?prtnpi, io Hamiltoi rate 1 in R PopB5ton; C Cvp Itnf fjVIM and other pnrehMcrs with excellent Bread. Pies which be respectfully calls the atteaboa ot the county FERXASDFZ. CI!BEB A CO, to anti asse sed 'II !'. E.Stone, for tki j ef whieb is kiowa to be highly& aeattfe
I ani Ca\es.which be is now delivering regularly at public c n roll in lent of June :G-Jt Agents for Jacksonville and comfort from its kleratioa. Tb. House baa
1 V lboks.N to" E Cup-!Und, <.LC 1832. LX.)M1CKLLR
the bourn*of his customers. Svgar Cued Hams. tkeliiert,JJcwJVrZ,Jh;- yeir been recently finiaheil. rooms well plastered airy
A Da..l",!' c'; O P.rliD Maine Tickets farnwbed and families any where within j J/rffI' Kt'f Bologna Saitaft, Cod NEW STAGE LINE. j tn 8 Tax ais scr and Collector andcomnKMiieue. The Furniture-aew. aod the
\v Wardf worth & MCohna,Ua of the at early boor! tee Ce! nbra Con Fin Jan.3d 1S33 which ,
eoa ; the limits town .up.tied an JUA 3vi ,rf, Jrutt'Pvrat&'s. flea Atligitc.r, water is aa important item b the- very $
ererrdarPriee-5 eentprloa -- -- best, and I shall spare DO pains to render my house
Gu/.t.LeVelC&es', Leaf Lard c will
SleamerCaroIina .ID TilE TAX OLL.ECTORS SALE. in ail respects pleasant and agreeable to those whmay .
per XOTICE Ctd Gel Lrt** SZT. Co'n, Core ti : run a Passenger Co-ieh tip ring Virtue of the power vested in me bj make it their laomedeo .

FRQ3 CIIA RI4y..sTOS. rpIIE nnJeringtiel ffers for pile eighty (SO) X
of land,on which there ill s" valuable ALSO, I[ the t"rPf'r ST bite Salpnar.* and11iator Court lloiseat Allitx! ron the first too lay -

C Kcvall & lady, H etoii.' Mineral Spring situated cine (3)) cjilciwe Lulu Ftrtert' .V ont ;ahtla TTKutry (?. | on Mwj-Liys, ani Upper White Sulphur and 3 of 3Iay 1S53. ihe following described property CLINCH HOUSIirTUIE .

Mr. E M Cockett, FC zoke, t of <> AU, in Marion eon', Flundr.Tbe ttd CTrtice B1fnI11iuI I' Lower Mineral Spring em ThQr rays: connecting ,or So) much thereof as will pay the State SUBSCRIBER katingrecently opened

J \l tlisoo, E S Jchnscn, piopertie f the ttMttulrtu f.trs. we CWTfTCH Hm WILL SfclJ.CHrAF T G.roB..Z.YERS.CHEAP. CA'RAI with the mail stage from Talhbiftee on an.l Coanty ttxes.and th* necessary expenses _1_ the above ITaase. wonld respeetfaDy1 aoCeit
CEaey, J M E isno& son, can determine wuaoot an."11J" s.are similar > 0. ISiZ. c Tb nol.l.yiini from Jacksonville! due thereon te wit: C4 acres 3d rate land the patronage of tIe public. There are at tlua 4 .

CaptEOCW.rd It \ CiawforJ., to tfcos poeesesc'd by the Su Sprlurm. STORE. Mondays. Ibis line will afford comfortable near Columbus, on the Sawanne*, belonging time some i re to sU rot as BBoenrmed..several so
Ire Hease
CPCwolii3yt.Li. W Little. The Spring; i i. in an eli;ib'e! Miaation,.ateo abJ easy acres., with no nigltt tiareT, t* the to and assessed to Paul McCormaek, for the the same with places.Tb. is within
HE nudemtgned bating taken the S"cw STOB one hundred and fifty yard the Post Office and
Jrtn & Krtaot, J fleKee. iu.JusUoeeram.. any.w.&ter :coar. conse- T owned by J. HOLMES respectfully invitoj the Mineral Springs on the sawtnnee, for all persons year 1853. !. K.llCKLIR, wharves. The undersigned agent for Gee Scotia
MUs I'ieknu & sc rf't, J TJpseomb qaeblTy not!T:'Me t.the same eisvnltice 1 tat attention of the public to hit weD selected stack of seeking health aad a:nseme at the a- j in S Tax Collector and assenur.Alii tour bone coach and two horse back naU io..,

E C Simklni, B Y)ldi1lf'T, Su waunee,aBd m st others ia FI.ri J.,subtc (Too XT E numberSo r.and.llf" rsnean,being expmed at this point,i n consequence teresa waaM do well to call and examine his stock i) j & j UVSHEFFIELP, partieatan.apply at the office*oC JaeksoaTiBa .
errant, t)1" Raatl&tf', of the earth's having caved; easy of access. : before parch*nogesewbere.. Consisting of the 1 Proprieurs.TklteSprjpfrsFls Tax Collectors Sale. Nyse*Efpobbcaa.

Mrs Caimbcr*., Jo rr>h ErioSy and i c..pple of being made very pica following &I'IOrlmtmt..f staple and Fancy Dry \ ,Apri111,':2.-lr Virtue of the power vested ia me bylaw JAMES C. ASKEW

n R..I, r. W Imffig laM wattruyr pl., .AJdi-c at lLuJiliOD, FaDAVID ttooOs Hats and, Hardware-. .'ilos sad al Cutlery Instruments, Boots and I'erfimery Shoes, BY ,I shall expose for sale before the Palatta,Jan, &, 583t tf

ft M4rad/, I.Fit TaI!. L. WHITE,'Jr. : Fancy feoapa Cn bs and Brashes and a general JUST RECEIVED Court Hou"e at Alligiror.on the first Monday

'W Elfin' JWZ'McCartont or at Jacl-wwviTTe A H MsHOUV. assortment of Toy and. Finer Artiel .' Also a AT ,II. T. TITUS' CASH GROCERY of My IS5J the following"d*.crLbed pro- WATCHES, JEWELRY, ClOCKS, ETC.

JCook, A g.2lS5' lam stock ef elegant Saddles,feri .''- Fir Hmredd Dollars eward frTTTC aad Crockery TTare,a fine- selected stock of fine and County Tun..J the necessary expense 1 C. I>. OAK,

::JUarinr: 3ournal. PA5AMA MILL bahrbcse destroyed by Groceries 4 and rrorUtonr II.E-W,Bay CLARK StreetOtLPAJST& 100 IIAREELS 20 kkaNe1MAI.lEI&ELfresb1 best FLOUB; due thereon,to wit: 40 acres old 2J rats land HAVING Jest retmmedfrwa tie Xortk wwdtl
.POT Alexander place belonging .
A fire on the nornta; of the 27th December esis known as tae inform lbs pahOe that heha*
PO'r\T. .OF JACICSONVILLE. bettered by the work of an ineendary,the above AND WlXt'OVf GLASS. kits No I PICKLED SALMON da ta.and assessed to Joel Pope for the year 1S52. brought oat a splendid assertsseBt of .
reward wm be paid by the Mbecr.ber tar the apprehensien .. .'Raw and Iktled. SAO the LEAF LARD, bestqaaLtr s'rtt; nn& L.K. MICKLER. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
: of the offender. 30 tub 1t1t for tunily' Tax assessor and Collector.Al'agitor .
EAt'L.U MCKET5.Fteanuhip .. Elephant ('iIasuperior article for Lamps eliD.RD #
FIn GOLD JEWELRY of dessnptM
GJLCliRIST.. Q Co Ha Jan. 3J :. erery
23-lt EDWARD Columbia ,
Jan --
Carolina BITT.*froc&CharlMtoiwevery ." CaMor Oil. J HA US Gold and siDTeT "
y and leave.a Tm *d.j Horobica,tmtfiavaataak UPI&Jl"J" \ Rca CoWParT- ':- TancereCil.40b.aee I 50 1 000 hex Its ChEESE sn Btminer WelaJtaamrva every Eooday \Viadr Ctiea aseorttd aifev GoU aad Silver
rfcAJL Spectacles.
DELEGATES from PaJatl .OsI*. >
,ead.&T.. starving. rriUE best tad ALSO Virtue of the power vested in me by .
and Newnansville are 400 tbs. en rainy.Furssleiewfurcash : sam WARE- ack ar Spoons of air ii K
rttamrT Flor>d arrtte* f ran Vharteatea every meet at anopy OringFprtngK".* tb. mat Meodayin bvf A fall assortmnxt of .iiaruwarr, rv>u.... --, ia at> AMrJrt8&: sale urf befcr* the .ITtttUrKjiiTestB., Qr>>d cnJSitses-PNClLS,
Ye aad rctaru-oa Friday, March next It*' bo xd that the DetexateswOIbcMeetaalln f -- JOHN.LPAYAE, Tools auJ IuiplernentsOfeVeTY description,including Court House tGUowittd'.erfed property ",-'-
be .
; Steamer Via.CkfltoB entree from SaramuJi er. .u4aINeo-tllld west absent Mills Corn Shelters Plougha'novscbain &IIo Shears etc. A 1
Ibmr lag 21 Druggist Cora rf rfaeS ofliiV.,.tka'State'and 'Eai.. Kazosa. spleadfaiMaTLADIES'
ITedaeaday.wid ret u.o Friday. be sab Jiltted to them. soskot .
try ae Mnness uaportanee w Jl Axes, &e. Also a Urge FAffSi Ooat*% Brashe.ete.UGAB
tamer Sank t paMh Uare r'9D GEO. II. S3IITII & CO., County Taies, tad tN necessary expenses
V.4azyi s Telera.ea.ar4ays. ,S..rM4 r'J7.t. _, ,BOOTS AND. SHOES; "a. abre01l, U wftr 160 acres of 2aJ, rat PEnFutE.Rr, &", .
TIton .6)C Eteri. on i n- Letters oa tILe CHoAtav Boila'aalPwduetiOM of, AUCTIQXEEXWQ an CtW1XSSJO.yMERCXAtfTS Baraett PORT MOXXAIES
Ft.--- : fine Brosana, of CT- betenginet*aJ assessed ta Eryaat CASES ,
f diallllea'.eeane.Dd
:"yasa4 r.teOS W.&*,, T 1- FL.QRID3t. i : assortneat of the ar IS3J. L. K. )WICKLER and ssaay other articles to naaeroas to. sseatioa, y
A larg for
11115 t.tirMtlrl warh'fiforsaleat the stere tt J Ji JACKSONVILLE.' FLA. cry-iescrlpt- ion T, Tat a essor and Collector C7"Thpablie are Isvited:to.ealt_ a .

'Nrbf' bbmi5rnttRii i .1-, ...g.. eltorj..:and at --3ewineffies- ,D & .l4"lkd' GUat,. JI1.8 AUir'o1' Columbia Co..Jtn.3J-1S$3. .. WATCHES ANo-JEWELRY. ."

JCacksoeriUe. Price.25 cents. rUE SuB t'l tBEr.8 fcsve entered Into e>- STUCK.r, BJFLBS, full and
I K short aotfe aadwnased.
uf.i at
will be taken tar Letters of hrgesise, repaired ;
;L. Masonic Notice ,Port easily Office Sumps remitted by letteriTirATZB -L partnership for the purpose carryinr on the whole stocks A tirg u<1 ID iuby:
:' .IPBOOP PA1ST.-For's Je.'ay fcw 'eitbere eeosifwrnent er aa .*eMeo,.toss ef tbetttnt ..WIHES AND J shall for sale.before the ]"
1A.M. 1 law expos
:feevoMoa F. Beth of the AHa'are offered ia this markeir vORNA3IENI'AL
,."'. L. ,\\ UtreU Lea quality,jnrt receiyK'by from being an aeettoveer .r ol'ier vintage than ever Hons at Alligator on the firs Moaday IRON WORKS
: Jacksonville, Feb. t.k U3.f.f"re .. *aettaatttted with the mcrehaal and eltiseaa ef will atff lower for cash than can Cecil ,
which I 'lI"nib1 "> >
''ax; fgalir eoanwaaieation this .: _11 ELLC1LWE nNEo.AN',. the inienor.. which rires them&. adnatapr.r be bonght in the aonthera sonarry. Produce i of.MST.182X the thereof foH *wm pAIne*State! r; iJe Roar;PAita tlp1 a. p
mesh u
uerehaadisr .
::4fglvinb. LiLt oa T.*siJ ereaiag, the Making ready sales ef aay goad or czebange for gooda.X : .' erty,or* '
-' which be seat U then 0a consignment. or food paper U\tata and eoontj tans sad t&.neeesaaiy_. Iroa Btataary. Ltaas O ijkaa* t KewiMaadlaad -
I5t'' k InsU,at T o'clock:, ,full ad"Ietsa1 --Iv.! & tWpnU'A" : They nay wilTgive theft atteatM to naktor'laM B.-.Pkatera,aad,Lumbermen she wish .loa luftOa to wIt: 1.0 acre*.2nd pets land, oIr..u. *r)*aaliral aea a*sad va-

Basfaeaartaia *rtqatrea a VERY $UFJa10a1at.fgss..jut TI.ft. Iut edMOe sales.. .T>ej wo M respectf ofly so- bill are reipeetfullyiati and Boekey Creek,b-leagt** t.a.daaa s*.* I piom isa; bee -tpiNl. straight. *a i_
itl.HaMe.! .wIlUau dee tiM atlbe Drnf and r'aney Store oftp.23e ,' lit patronage fret erehints and-tradesnwa ef 1 exaaioc.before bcyiaj elaewttrft.: Oot23FJtUbSH nears K.Veta for he year iSa. I jeered pleas;'als*bee RaiBngs sad Veraada,,
4's.jtleq &leteltr..w.: peN theioiettesaco.r.tiiey. .- .f 9oH3Li'4tTNE.. other cit>ea..wish.U goods La oar market.; to Tkadta. 'LsncKLER ,.ni4pgzpwsedsof2OOd.itges.
:. .cnAz 'ffUf. Auxbsitztslzaev1fl b* proa -" ARRIVALS. 'pe"S": ,? hlha..d t epecii *&foseviflkpst' toaaltftaUaioaVTadd .
. *Collector.
Ix assessor a* ,
! 1I.eb2.u: :._..,_._ 4 ",inn-W&f lUU- 1Itl..1.II..PAYlC POTASH t, ree.itrdaBd, ; "OEORG- m.SMITH, mnz. ailni:Btawm klyrerfpt houses iar New of goods'Ter r AIBfatolrfCatan,: Bia.O ,'PIa .. i8 : ,!,:oc. Jr.OBnT*feiaf D.'r I"fcaa4er aia.. -4

.. ,". .. .NOTICK. "t"hoJiat JOUS .w: PEICE.Eartatnccs 1 hi. In* tVtwa the best tofarnisk any antis -,
&.prepared -'
all -
AWLSONI l..eWe4' 10.. es&. e( fjrio ->A f Bee4 Fernando*.BIsU** end II" g1ulreTo straAger ka woa .TICE DISSOLUTION.CTmi .

l'Wa"ttu &tovdlats. .,HiIUborraB TCSI 6ECKITED taqj tad elegantlet cfJ C*. BB eJter'tCn.Sammrf WOBao Alsop bnl1,gtveat a trial aad ifyou are aot satisfied s. after dateliillimpphI'Wtbd : ..CT ttaeTahin beretofera exJsUne:betweeoi
.tJ dIOtIIdW1I1 p1raII.1WSJJ! ui.prso.&etlsdi I llama.3t9MtrC .'T.'*wi U"JetWr .JaeksoavSUt Boston*0 Bby.JA.Lareacb say ace take tk*artWI Jut reeeired aern&asbta.CIarlr essoes- : .TiDap. *f Ik* Q'"it tinsel *ftUEast ,: Jj-.h.anlessig.edodettheirsosCEV8.tiK
oostJ fi1" d--.J!( ,sac:eM!or B U Moore*Co 8eabm Goedelt,s.aaah A Ca., Cad LiTer 00;Wolfe Aro13 : l1erida' :A LEWIS,ia:absolved 'y soatsslsemt.. Alit
lHI..tIf feeuwrpURKEB'8 I " .
-1eU"' .a4 J 'n-.T..l1t.l l.r' II' TT .V< 1'ewCbinyPKWnI <7D CfawU boflhe late Ira 1ri11 ,ke,paid by Wss. Dta-
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?UBLISI yE1WSATt1BDkt 'J NEW. .V FALL. GOODS',JUST : .Vt.1ACK5ONV1LLE: '. : .Bt inaftahani, VV ,' ': : POINSET' ,< .: '.

.. JacbdYl11e D*vBl CMBlr. Flwlto*y -.* .RECEIVED** :J !) A TrOBN1l7a AT LA.W, HAaRYT.TU-III

GEOR i C. 'POWERS .& CO. $ _. OTTICR aTPhs..ATs.AP.Z' "' 114LQXiUSTTnE3Loar
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fllllK Subscriber would"beg.?s to inforar th* Omit DRAt .
., .. ,pebilcibat He has tost received a large WILL- practice la the Eastern 'Business
very '
zT.iBYV. :cuLaVnTL'cF.. '. and splendid assortment of : "V .entrusted to their care will lie promptly.attended '- GROCERIES .PROVISIONS cnTnth, X' <
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Tn.-XMw IIJ14r.""nmtt*,io ndvaneo.rj DRY pOODS, IlEAUr .MADE 'j V WARE.HAUD-WARE, irOlXOTfWARE,' Connie DiarrlicBa';and *" '
Dyseatwr <
i"dUeo : all ; :
4 until are *
O tined .:'arrearajot. CLOTHING HATS & CATS BOOTS 8EOARS. & .,&. V Whirls hit ewe ken; prexi WfWj & Vs .
the of Ihs Publishers.Oy .VV ,, MISS P.V8wAIi.l.4ssociateFnsci AND MRSJJs,MABLOW, AT LAW .
paid tkalesrat option -' and Offer hisitbek for saflrat the lowest possible rah stolid *pn itS nm merit, Aiyrtinl.KJntxTSwOf W Inserted ei tit AND SHOES, ? 11 IT AS removed to- Jacksonville, Florida wilt 'If eiu.- Produce taken fo exchange for rood*, c It HAS NOT
practice in the Eastern and Southern Cinuitff, PAHElXTa CVVX Uf M
V FOUKTH ,TEAR of thtr Instltstion edIt J Jaeben'riD. VV ', V .
I/bHowbc terms: V V a rich assortment Mouslia dLa American TIm the '20th"'.f tie Supreme Court of the State and to the U BBvtrict .J'.n..J8G:" tfWARDLAW S1HQLB niBTANCB.. .,

OR* Dollar per square'of twelve lines and under, English aad French, both plain aad figured: GIIt The classes will OB be arranged! so Septemberlostv MM embrace the Court for the Northern' ,'Pistrie* *ef FloridaFebruar77I8M *- WAUOEH Il11IIS Tahakl. pr panli*. I* _f.i de" I&V

fbi th nrst fa crtio. and TJ eents for each subsequent hams, Calicoes. figured and plain Alpaeas; Mohair diffbrent ages and capacities of the'papttvand thuspmgrewively V 1 --1 t* > rrcr.a Hft1'&Io.edieftsalNttS p.,1a .

Insertion. T.; jearty advertisers,a>liberal matte Lustre Cloths Persian Bombaxtnea Cloth& 'EorlisBMerinoea V Brocade Silks; Para Plain promote their inteHeetuat ftaprove ". &BasingerATTORNEYS factors V and Commission JCerthanti, thil".r FloricM. k i. ntuYa.I-.o .
; ; Cooper,
discount wifl W maii.Oy ." ': V Chameleon do; wide black do; Flomeo do;colored ment the,various and also insure to them thorough and instrueoVnin : LAW TORTE ATLAHTIC WHART. Vegetable, and deafgued'E.oricuixT ftr Ukr' f. .
V VAUMve3mettwU1tbe AT
paW for beforererUon.'ltnlessDy satins, Ac., A very rick aatortment Cashmere Mathematical depeetmeutsoflltorstar.Instruction will be-continued by CHARLESTON, 8. C. cure of,the above disease The Inventor a.dF ,

V 'a regular ust'' r4. By refer. all wool .:plaiif printed and embroidered the former Teacher. V SA'VltvwaBl.wTrt om W. A.trAnuW. G. Wsusa.aug21 Proprietor it fully convinced Oat it 1* aa Ia..

V ring to o'ur' erms, the requWtirsum may be.a mtained black olk! mantillas; Persian do: black and colored The French and Drawing Department will be ; practice I ia aIr the Court ofthe Eastern t3a'' valuable Medicine. Io fact the test that kaas .
silk boso Do and Paris
English gloves lace mitts; under the -Circuit in the Eastern Cir given it ia the town in which
'adrcrtloemefitCT" direction of Prof.Des Kochers. V of Georgia; also .. reaideeand" -
traasmUted with tn
Mtd kid glovrs a large assortment rich dress trim. WIWAM
: bralMi Musical Instruction will be given to the Pupilsof cult oU'1ondit. M. TIJNND the wi"iShViag f.>with wkiek it hasmet.warrastr -.
: lace cords and
AdverCseniefalsaot:MarkodWHh the num.bcr black mings;lace"trimmings gimps, very wide: a beautiful tringesbraids lot of, this Institution by any ef the Professor of that. Office oa the Bay.over the Republican Beading V lacier ana Commission XereJwit aim HI saying taut H i.P981-.
of Insertions required will be continued until Science in Jacksonville; the Principals Teav IIg it Room. 'fIVE CURE. He h,
V broideries'; needle worked cottars De cufffc sOlJT WHAIr,au a Lr.rt'Ott,.OVT11 C14BOLIIU, rhtrcfbfe-raM s.'lb.
Itb the and to decide.TEaxs War.B. BASIXGER
forbsndCbVgedOr.V bands;ehemesettes, nudenleevea and L C handkerchiefs optional parents guawana CHARLES F Cborau sept 4 1852. If determination to pFaee ft wilbra tBe reach of.
V rire.DoHan.wul be charged Ibr all ai- ; needle worked edgings and inserting; (piyoMs taJvnf.)-Forone qwrrtcr,of Dee 13., tf V all, knowing how many ,suffer vitB tin very -
linen and thread do German and Valencines do eleven weeks: Win. Dt Lawton 8cCo
; ; unpleasant and
in advance often
nwmcemcBtrof candi tea for office; dangerous Dnwase
worked Bouncings embroidered skirts do window Orthography, Beading Writing and Arithmetic Felix Livingston, ,par
V V One square,for sis months,: : .!* W drapery ta a very superior and rich style of silk $4 M ATTORNEY' AT LAW FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ticularly in the Sontken aid Western Stat, V

V Legal or other Business Cards per an. 10 Off ana velvet bonnets; do straw rich bound ribbons Grammar, Geography and'Efirtory, 5 Off : N,. \3Sautter* Wharf Charleston & C. In purchasing my INDIA LOXECUST brpartienkxv > t'
Kotiee to Debtors M1a Creditors> : 7 00 .nd neck dV very wide. plain andflgured; buskins Mathematics and the higher branches e t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and Joe)fop my writ tea 8igntor'
; English Literature 6 10 W). LAWTON, Wi,, M. TATLOKTUVT ontSelmbet
4 Administration SOD ,bootee, slippers ties and Jenny Lind boots; April 26. C ;
Application for Letter The French Language in classes, 5 W it *I wuroHT Bacosoetru T. DILL. I refer V
genti'very|ne boqjs; do gaiters and shoes readymade ( the public to a few certificates btlow:,
to Application for dismissal as Administrator, 10 Oft Drawing and Painting. .". 6 00 '
V t, clothing of every dqsctTption and quality., pt.6V18tL, I. selected from among many received from ***
k: V,.J Editorial notices for private benefit will he charged The subKnber would say teat harengaged'ab Music, from DIG to $15 for 24 lessons C. A. PRtCE spcettble citizens Jacksonville.

: doable the rates of advertising. accomplished Tailor to do custom work,which will An additional charge of 50 rents for fire will ATTORNEY AND'HOLICITOL. Lood & dr. ROBERT POWSITT, #
k I l be done with elegance and taste* Cloths !. alto be made to each patron for one quarter, during *
.. tf 07".AH.religious notices will bliwcrtedgrtiI. Burrs and Testings kept to suit customers. Planters the winter. Sept I, 1852. I1m Palatkm Florid FACTORS AND COMJrrSSrOIl P. 8. Praatenc sttol mt oe wRBoat this

::.j'"" tom1,. who wish to furnish their negroes with shoes Will attend the Court of the Circuit MERCHANTS valuable )fed 1I'. Every family ought te
i, j admissible persoaat communications will bo or clothing,can be supplied with J large quantities t, ; MALE AND FEMALE jni 3m Nc. 118, BAY STREET. fee? fe m kand. "

very low Thpubho-ar InVited to call and : -----,-- ,- A.AI.REED ..
P4VOFtiVO1IV&&VV principal Agent for Jacksonville.
V as ,
: charged Classical and
V examine English Institute SAVANNAH GEORGIA.
goods for then .
.', V ET AH bills for Job Printing, must bo raid on I prices L B AMERMAN. JACKSONVILLE FLA. r"CLAY BARRETT, C

f ::;'. the delivery of the work. __Jacksonville.V Oct 9,1852WOULD e Notary Public. Strict attontibn win be given fo tEe sale of Cot. Jacksonville, August 16, 1831. jy

.':. 07 All letters en business, and communications, N. F. BROWN rRINc.1oPAL. Commissionerfar talwg AcEnovledgment tbn, or ether prod ace, and liberal advances made

'.. Bust be post paid to receive attention. i. s tI\G 't Deeds; end other Instrument of Writing when dcsired.Jom Notice.
".7f2. TilE Subset"iber having had several years to be vted in the State of : W C LOUD. P II Lon Directions for using Poihsrtft bdlan Eerrtnst -

, -s.' ; 17 V V AG V EXT 8't reipentndly and the public caU attention to the of pa in teaching has concluded to establish NEW YORK AND rKNNSTLVANIA. V Jan 24. 1852. Jy will be foot)J on the inside of the wrapper
large bis School in this and on .bottle. Where there it rfYer.atk'Dd-
t:.: .iI3-JoHS BKARD Tallahassee Fla.3. .- and complete assortment ofFURNITURE place reirp ectfully Office with E L Ilarrieon Co, Jacksonville, :E. W. Buker.SHIP
> : invites the public to call and test its merit Florida. Oct 23-tf ing-tKedlsenae, a purgative should ia every

.;.. O. KEARTW*: Esq., Ocala Fla. It will be his constant effort to cultivate A* BROKER AND GENERAL COMMB- nut be used before the lozeenst. Should

V! V Join! DARLTOO Esq Tawpi, Pt.. just received from B ATe purpose to sell on friendship and esteem of bia pupils; and to instil Fbilip Fraser SION MERCHANT there be a tendency to inffamatibn,purge mod.
; ,
a*good terms as can bo obtained in Savannah or principles which tend to develop the human and the
:. Gen S. RUSSELL Newnansville, Fia. Charleston u our freights are-mncbcheaper than intellect and to refine the heart. TTORNEY f CO UNSELLORATLAW, SAVANNAH, GA- erately tHan Hie-, give dose.Loxecust smaller doser

I'l a Capt J.J. KMIGUT, Alligator, Fla.B. to any other port South. having a number or vessels Without being in the least sectarian, the Institute JACKSONVILLE FI.A., March 20. 19)2. ly average
.t. coming out in ballast for lumber. This branchof will be conducted on religions rinciplcs.By V
-f- FRISRT, Esq, Onry%Ferry, Fla. the trade will bo conducted by It M.FOL80M a most thorough vyrtcnt of reviews and examinations WILL; attend to any professional busines Boston k CUBby, A FEW M0fts.e? miryrxxT CERTIFI.Testimonial .

. ;' Oeo. CEKTKR, Esq. St. AnfcG9trnerFla.Judje an.experienced person in the busin Professor which experience ba* suggested the to him in the Courts of thE COTTON C.\TE8
/ I Folsom will keop on band Piano Fortes, Violins Principal flatters himself that knowledge enC9 acquired astern and the Supreme Canrts a FACTORS ANT GENERAL
a Regular
; A. STEELK, Cedar Key Fla. uitars. Aceordoons ic, and is prepared to furnish cannot he lost. Circuitl e, tins also such nnaJ anU COMMISSION MERCHANTS The following certificate of the efficacious

'f _' 4 S. OLIKSKI Esq Pilatka, Fla music and musical instruments of every quality and Great inducements are offered-in the way oi geous connection with an able Lawyer at Vt l h CORNER BAT AID JEFPKRWI STREETS, lIke of this Medicine is-from a tjnalt-
regular physician"in
description, both for the old and health of situation-to parents wishing
':: .1' JACKSON PRIEST, Esq., FIcmington, Fla. now notation together ngton City, as will ensure a prompt and specV SAVANNAH GA. Columbia county:
i with instruction books of all kinds. Orders t.vend their children from home, aa no pains will V ,
;e.i<,: C. P. COOPER, Esq, Savannah Ga. from the interior will be attended to promptly. be spared in providing for their comfort and enjoyment. y collection of nch claims us may be placetn BW'MStOt. | JOJ11 ft. GU.tBTNor. P.. Gaovx.Cohruabla.

t-{ V c : ___ ___-__- Also-STOVES, of different kinds his hands agAinst the United States. I': 1851. 6m E.F,February 29th,.Sir.jvMr

." I uiibtNrw Jacksonville,October 2, 1852. tfIK The discipline will be inflexible,.though mild'and Sept.Sth,1849 ly ,_, Egbert PoinseU:

V persuasive.The ---- Charles E. Dunn, Dear Sir: I have wed three bottles of your Indian

7 : JOB PRINTING OFFICE. V M'ClTEIf & CO., course instruction includes. ail the branches Oscar Hart SURVEYOR OF TIMBER 4-&. V Loxecnst-all succeeding admirably. One of
t of a thorough finished English education, anda the bottles was used in a ease of Chronic tyatery
.: ',". "_ BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA.) full preparation for any college class.ENGLISH ATTORNEY ATLAW ., *\*PPOIXTED heeD brttie Governor such,for nffSra-hia Duval county serrieen ,-which had produced prolapuu..or protrusion et

. respectfully inform their STUDIES. (Office in the Court louse, up stairs) having qualified an the rectam which had baffled'all oinor remedies
the In
WO. to that
V RUING received from New York a rapply of public capacity:
the public generally that their FALL Orthography. Heading; Penmannhip Phonogra practice in the several Counties or Jacksonville Feb 7. J85%. itV that had been tried (and these wers-Boi a .w. .
;V I Type and other materials suitable for Job Printingwe STOCK OF GOODS hare arrived and are now phy: Grammar; Geography; Ancient and Modern WILL Eastern firjnit Florida and attend The result was a final cure with one bottlfeToon

we are now prepared to execute,at the shortest notice ready f(the in poc ticm of those wishing to purchase Hirtory; Rhetoric: IJook-Kcciiing;Composition and to the collection claims agninst the U. ; David If. Galloway & Co., Indian Loxecnat is the most positive and certain
Declamation; Botany; the Bible; Vocal )Music; cure for Dysentery and Diarrhea of any reinedyV
c air kinds T>fPampblrU Good Articles et- Low Prices. Drawing. Suites for Military Serrices.and for Horses lost, SAVANNAH, GAID that I have a*yet learned the use ot

eirenlars,' Thetr stock con!i 4fI. in part,.of Dry Goods, ot almost SCIENTIFIC COURSE. or other property lest ordwrtnoyod bj troops in MAU'P'ACTVRF.BS DRAMERS Respectfully yours,j.,

. Law Blank,' Hand BillBui *,- every quality and name from silks to kerseys Intellectual Moral and Natural Philosophy; said service. Friction Matches. in round wood boxes Marking 1'.W.GATO. It.D:.

V .rra Card;, Sh.w Bill,. fresh family llardware.Tin ware, Wooden Astronomy; Chemistry: Logic; Geology. Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers, Ink, Black Writing Ink, and N. R. Sand me another mppJV-immediately
Virill.x Cards, Bills .f Lading,; ware, Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps, of the MATHEMATICAL COURSE. or the Widows and Orphans deceJsedSoldiers. marl? OitPaste Blacking.. ly mull P.W.C..
LabeU, fcc*,'*-C Ice.Zj latest styles. Ladies' Bonnets and a variety of serviceable _
: Arithmetic: Algebra; Geometry: Trigonometry Also) claims for Bounty Land to officers and From Rev. L Starts
\ AU lilltfor tcorL oft/iif liiutto te paid onif and fancy articles, which cannot fail to Purveying Mensuration: Analytical Geometry, I soldiers and the \\idow and Orphans deed FORT & DUNHAM .
I. .!icrrv Jtmo Hi suit the most varied tastes of the FAIR SEX, who Differential and Int-etrral Calculus.CLASSICAL Jacksonville XOT'.12. 1831.Sir.
ate especially invited to caJJ.ALSO.. COURSE omcers and soldfrrs. V IFFDR AnD E.Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure in expressing -
-- Also,will give his attention to conveyancing, to you my. approbation ef your Indian
MEUCHANDISE.NEW" ., A select assortment of Saddles. Bridles, Martin- Latin; Greek: ( to examining Tit'es and Record,and assertain- COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Loxienct aa familymedieine. I have used it with
Lectures will delivered
galls Collar ie.. Trunks.Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, course of duringthe i ing claims to LnMfs. SAVAITNAH GEORGIA. good sueoess. l'00". rwpcctfnllT "
and all that is usually found in any store in this year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. The All business entrusted to Him will meet with i. SWART:.
FALL AND WINTER country, the half of which would be"too numerous School will be furnished with a new set of apparatus HENRY R. FORT. T. K. DUNHAM. -
attention and all instrument of wrt- From Rt John C .
prompt ; ,
to mention. and win afford
ample opportnnities-
c .\OO 9". Their stock having been selected by one of the for becoming, acquainted with Science and thepn81inl flog wilt b9 executed; him with neatnes and* October 30th. 1852-tf- _ .,-". IT.
: Subscribers would the Mr. Poinwtt-This will inform that for
rpm respectfully tv firm and one well acquainted with the want*of operation orilalatrl.The deflpalc11. J. EOLMES. yon :
X tention of their friends and rnstomers to their the people of this section, they only say- JacsksonvilleJan.SS, 1S5U tf era! years I bavo- suffered mncrf. t different
new and well selected stock of Fall and. Winter 13- CALL AND SEE Academic year will be divided into four General Commission KeTe&aat ffam Chronic Diarrb a. I have tried your
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Drew Goods, consisting in part French, English I quarters of eleven weeks each Students may Loxeeuft. and received aa entire relief and bavf|
bcinc fully assured that will A. A. OCHUS :100
none nnsnitod -
and American Prints Ginghams Chambray away enter after the commencement of any qparter ; no reason to doubt iu being permanent. Believinst \
cither as to the of the
;V White and Colored Mondms; Barred and Striped aykcd for them. quality goodror the prices and'be charged only from the time of their ad- 1NSTUCTOR of thorough Ban*, and perfor. Will ray Darticnlnr attention to sale of Yellow l ttobessdutywhichl owe to the afflicted, I present -%

I Do; English and French MeriD8. est Brocade Lus N.B. All kinds of the Piano and Guitar would respectfully Pine Lumber Live Oak. and other Southern Tim- TOO this certificate.whisk von man' IMA aa vow i
Country Produce taken ia
tree, .%e., Ac, together with a' lanre and weltsoV exchange torgwAr at the hiehcrt market mlStOa.TER.llS: announce to the-eitixena of Jacksonville tier and prodhe and ta order. for purchasing think proper. I will aim say that in eonvied'wilti
lected stock of BooU and Sb es, Hats and Caps prices.Av"in. and vicinity that ho will be prepared from the Merchandisetf dee U many who have used your medicime,JiHavo-
Hardware and Cutlery, of every description; in CALL ASD SEL. We charge nothu; for Board and Tuition including light,fuel, let of January to afford perfect satisfaction to any not found one who did not raoeive reliefi.
showing our and washing per session of 0 months, (120 00 who favor him with their patronage.
fact, a general stock suitable for our Southern goods.D. may S. H. ROCEENBADUff JOHN C.LBT.
M'CUEX German
A CO. or French 000 Recommendations from CoL J. Brnard, and distiojpiiahed.
Pastor Methodist .
market, wbieh they offer for sale cheap for cub, :
Oct 18. 1851. (Payable quarterly advance.) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
short aid credit. e .Pianist*of the North ean be seen et any ,
or on
country Planters produce.aad-fricnds are approved to FOn'IJJlT "IUDf'm- 'thou. due --..: 112 Pearl Si,It"fUJ YotTt.l .r.urDARII'Jo..Fr..a. OeL J\.185r V
rOPpCCtrul\ylnt"ited NeWGooda New Goods English Studies and Mathematics. *10 00 Sear Sir-Some time since I was on a visit near
call and examine their stock before purchasing : Washington IW. IresATTOIIX''TAT tAREFUTj attention wilT Be given to sales o place and was taken tick.
Including the Scientific Course, 12 00 your suddenly very -
l1'Cwbere.feeling assured that they will be enabledto trtt: Wholesale and Rctnil.. \-J Rice. Timber
1 Latin and flreck, 1500 LAr A'ND SOLICITOR Cotton. Sugar Lumber and Your Indian Loiecust was recommcnj Tbo
give entire satisfaction to all who may favor RECEIVED direct from New York German French other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise pus'.thased'on friend that I was visiting happened to bave Haiti
both JUST a or eijra, 0 00 IN ClIANCKKl', a
hem with their to and
as .
patronage prices moyt terms. Jane 19-I
Assortment of advantageous ) of it in the house,and I used i and take >
uality of their goods.Scpt2552. Fashionable Spring (Payable quarterly in advance.) ALLK A>..R. OLUMBIA CouavrTua., ity. pleasurein
E L HARRISON .t CO. Dress Good, of French, British, and American A liberal deduction will be made for pupils in in the several counties JOSEPH GUICE, informing you tHaf ifeurvd met MaID avers to
Manufacture.comprising in the Primary rtwdioo. Mr. Brown is also able to 'Un.T practice eomp) having my name in print, bat //, for Ui& *nefix.
oH I"l\rt- secure the services of most superior German Pianiot Eastern Judicial Circuit of Florida Hamilton GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, of those that may be afflicted,,voa can publah this
NEW'DHUO AND FANCY French,American do. of the Middle Circuit and eonnty
county Kcvy -
if think it
should there bo sufficient encouragement to 33 WATER NEW.YORK. you necewanrYours "
French English and American Prints 'f the Ponthcrp Circuit and in addition to-hi
; with
employ him. Address N. r. UllOWX" respect;
3&( g. Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns. Kftrrrncff. regular prof* ional dnti. will attend promptly QTRXOT and prompt attention given to the sale SUSANNAH HARTLEY..

rpnE SUBSCRIBER is now opening at his store, and Muslins. Urion Willard TaU,Rev S Wynkoop, Rev Corr to the prosecution and collection of claims every O of all'artlctca of produce entrusted to hircarc, 1 Dr. E.Puinsctt.Jacksonville, !..
description against the General Government- and all order promptly .
.L-- O. FenTlla Street, Do. Jackoncts, Plain and Fig'd Swiss Mas- Chambers, Capt II B XODCS.Wilmington Del.; Dr complied-with.
Ii 1&2. GJuTRLLT
April io, 1852.i IT- April US HILL. Oot 20, 1831.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF tins, Miller Brandywuie Village Dcl. liar T Bradford. V Dear Sir-Tour Indian Loxeeosti med:
Cambrics and J Jacksonets plain and checked Dover, Del : RevJ E Rock well Brooklyn, NY WilliamCOMMISSION oin time GOOD
DRUGS OILS PAINTS S. W- ; since I pnrehasod Mr bottle from
IfonJOlipbant. Dr A E Buld.l\leMord'N J.T.arluersTlienllystt.Itov .- : BUSINESS CARDS
Fig'd Dcrages Silk Tissues A.
AND very rich pat.tM"DS Tbos Cann Rev 'L A MERCHANT Reed. Eaq..yoarsgent. and gave it to one oft

:FAITt7 B. rJ'mLE: : XIanfficM Wilmington, DcU L Barrow,Andover R. IV. ISIGGS, my nc attack; rDO Uiat of.;had suffered. very much front a severe
Wide Black Silk, very cheap ; Marselins JACKSONVILLE, FIJI. : It eared him. Soon
Receatly selected with great care ia thl city of Maoi Moore. Fat'al1Dab,04.. JtLACKftMITJI AJXD'MACHINISTJACKSOW.LLS afterwards I had nether
attacked with theme
and Florence Silks of color negro -
every January 3. 1R52. ITJacUsoiiTille" KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale a sen- .
NEW-YORK dweaw. I
purchased another bottle and 1keared'
Crape Shawls, plain and embroidered, FI A. oral assortment of *
He invites the attention of MrrcliaaH; PhjsUrlaaa Paris Kid Gloves.Black and color'd.LftcoMitlft Jliilc Institute, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS him also
V T/EBPS eenstanUy on hand I do not hesitate .moment in
and the .m...itr,tobte'Stock, with the recommending
llEV.. I.. SWART A. 3!
aMurance that the articles will be found to be fresh ., l'rtll"lpal. IL trtargn awortraentrofWnoroiiT OP THE SBLICTI01V your Indiana Loxeeostto the public as being the-
of prime quality and at as low prices as they can be Do.Silk and"I4sle Gloves,. iRot PLorc, aad will Klltbem lower fur mk than they ean>b* most certain remedy for Dysentery thai I have eY 8-
bought in any market of the.S onthern country. Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters Sates of Tuition. 'of hi*own manufacture of evrv bought elsewhere the South used, or beard ot 1C JOB sae proper, you can pub.

--V IH5 OFFERS ronze.t ipped Bootees,Opera Gaiters, Orthflgrihy, Reading, Defining Arithmetic and -- kind,'together with Catt Country produoe takeain exchange, at liberal liah this. Your.truly.
Single Ties.B4, >bkinsSlippers, &c. Penmanship, per quarter eleven week, $4,00 : Ill 11 fTJHI" Lou, C.OIIiNefMl price*. MILES PRICE
V CHEWING TOBACCO' AND SF.GAUSOLDLIQUORAND The most approved style Spring Bonnets Geography Grammar History Composition, aitcs, llorw.Shoes,.and STORE corner of Union and Forvth streets for Dr.E Pbinsett.Jacksonville.JACKSONVILLE V

WINES, FINE Do. Children's Hats, Silk Bonnets Klocnlinn; ) and Book Keeping do, 5,00 varon.c other articles hi*line. Atav merly owned and occupied by Mr Jo* AnuMropg .
CUTLSRYr JEWELRY richly ; branches of Jack nvBle Oct. 25 18M.Dolliier FLA-8ert 5. ISlE
IliRher an English, Mathematical"and LUMBER CARTS AND WhEELS ly
trimmed and of the latest (,fashion DR.E.PoiMiKrr Sir: This is tft certify, ttta-iJO
&e &. Scientific course, da,
French Flowers,rich Bonnet Ribbon The Ancient Language, d<>. 10,110 6,00 *H sizes kcpt constantly on band, or made to -Potter; have been permanently cured of a sever DUrrice

I E A S-JJLACK AND GREEN,) G'Htiewerft Wear The French Language, in c'a'W! '. 5,00 order ntfhert'noticc. COMMISSION by the use of your most valuable medicine called

Of the finest quality,at as low prices as the same Boc-e, Gaiters, and Shoes, Drawing and Perspective 5,00) ) lie in aim prepared to execute with. despatch, GENERAL MERCHANTS, Indian Eotecuet. after suffering ftp more than 12*

article can b.'sold (a the Southern country. Ready made Clothing.asplfn-lij assortment, Painting. in watrr color?, S>,00 my work which may be repaired at pricey wbifth ,34 Frost street, earner Maiden Lane, trp stairs, months in with that distressing disease.' I take pleasure
oil innnot tail to.uit all. lie would only to- the recommending your meat valuable ntedivin-
I" TBI1] LA'WJIma] some very fine. 15.00 fay NEW YORK, to all similarly afflicted.
articles adapted-to Country merchants supplied for cash Prof. C L DBS ROCIIERS instructs French public, "encourage home industry M every arti-
will find hethakai many r on ,
ilo from made at hit establishment 1T7TLL to airBusinovs entrusted' remain trulvv
him or atttBtTproraptly yours
wants and-all of whleh bewillbe glad to term equal to New fork prices- The Drawing and Painting.MECHANICS ectIYlt1 \
country If -to A. J. JOHJf3TOX\.
.U folly equal to any of the kind procured at their care. Particular attention given' to
exhibit and aol for CASH. He will have, in a few public are solicited to call and examine G xnls Formerly of .
the Keith- April 3,1852.lyJT. he sale Cotton, Lumber Timber end Tnrpcn- Jacksonville N.O:
V V, days, a first rat. ,and'prices.2rAt MANUFACTURERS AND .- tine: also to the purchase of goods. Mr. Pbihsett, Sir.For the benefit of theafflcted -

a '. SODA FOUN.TAIN'rA the Brick Cash Store. INVENTORS. ; E. ITOGARTIaV V CyLiberal advances made on consignments.Feb you ClaD publish the following have-

KO WILL KEEr'A COXSTAST SITTTLT OT L. D. A1IEn1JAN. Tin Sheet Iron, Coj>per, Lead and Zinc WorJterJACISOMVILLR 21. 1852_6m. had seven eases Dinhcea on my plantation*

80DA'"W'ATEB.k' SYRUPS Jacksonville, March 27th. The Eighth Volume of the SCIENTIFIC FLORIDA. 'DyIiigandRenovaUngEstablihmeutSAVANNAH this seatfonall;: of which bare Bern cured by

.AlERIC.commenc1 the 18th of t be use of jour most valuable medicine called
the best and flavor. Septem
of very quality FAMILY GROCERIES TTEEP conrtjintly on hand a Rood assortment
her It i ia : deotlto GEORGIA, Indian Loxecnat.. Your*respect fully
JOHN M. PAYNE. principally the diffusion ,
june26-t _L1. of TIN WAKE, of his own manufacture 73 York street, war ,/ the Court IIhse.ESTA'BLmDED'r.r VV
of useful. practical I knowledge andit i eminently JXJHN PRICE Jr
whiah bo offers en a* favorable terms a* can be
Fresh ArriralK. ,Tmr SUBSCRIBER fine assortment keeps of constantly on hand calculated to advance the great interests purchased at any entablUhmenfr of the kind.North 183tI" Black Creek, FU,Feb. lat, 18CS..

V fluE undersigned halately received fresh which be respectfully calls the GROCERIES attention to industry-Mtctianical, Mamr/artvrriig, and AggricvJiural or Fouth. He'ig-iUio prepared to exeeuta-ai short A DIES Silk and Woolen Dresses,Shawls TaLJ Dear Sir-Some time sine a member of my-

4: supply .f Drugs,Taints, Oils &0. among public, confuting in part of of the -the genius and master-spirit of the notice,and in workmanlike manner, any artictt of ble Covers Ac.cleaned,and Dyed various eo- family was very ill, indeed, with Diarrkcea. ,C

which may be mentioned-Linseed and Lamp Sugar Cured Hams, Shoulders, Ulttt Pork Fulton nation.It SUEET IS.O9T,COPFSR, LEAD OR Z :C. lore Ladies' Bonnets bleached and pressed in a- resorted toevenl things usually given fox

Oil, White Zinc Paint White Lead, pure and Marlet Beef Bologna Saiuagt, Cod is unrivallcd-as Journal of the Arts and His motto u'"quick tales and'smafl profit"and iwbionable men's G'armenbt style Kid- Gloves cleaned and Gout! the Disease,but none of tliein would afford any

,l o..I. Iodide Potassa, Ayer's Cherry- Pectoral, Fit, Maclerel, Irish Potatoes. FlowGoihen Sciences, and maintains a high' character at he relief on the public to sustain him in his efforts. be required., All cleanedxenovatad'done in the same or style dyodas which may har relief- Your Indian Loncus&was recommended -.

Wistsra Balsam Wild Cherry, Hibbards Wild Butter aces, Leaf Lard, home and abroad. STOVES utah kinds always on band.'. Order generally to much pleased my patrons and friends by several persona. 1 made-up my mind tOt

Cherry itLe 'bnitokco-tu females friend,,p Crushed and Brows Sugar, COre, Corn The Publishers pledge themselves that tile from town or country, thankfully received' and Terms moderate. Orders from the country and in. ry it, and am very glad V' did so,,.one Bottle

Genuine Bermuda Arrow Root,, Oxygenated ''Mtaland' Grist Tea, Coffee, Candies and dsars.. future Volumes shall at least equal if not surpass punctually attended to. April 10, 52. tf tenor of Georgia, Florida and South Carolina ffected a perfect euro. ion will please pub-

Bitters! Ginger Wine,tbe best remedy for ALSO their predecessors. Among the subjects This Side Up with Cam. ,.thankfully received and punctually attended to.TALLOWJEX. isk this-aa'snctt a valuable Medicine oughtie.

V 'pepeia and Debility now before the public. A London- Porter, Mentngahela IVMstey; Gm, columns are Civil Engineering' Architecture marl" ALErA.'tDER ( ,the pobllft Spread it fax and near ia ordetr

tl 1 c.tll is solicited JOUN M.PAYNE, and Chile Brandies: Rniloids, BrWecs Agricultural Implements, l RETAIL slid tIle.mtendml.1tud-"Uet. Yours, isELIJIAH ..
Pep'2f Dreggit.ThV rjy WHICH HK WILL SELL curse FOR CAKtTCQ Manufactures of Metals, Fibrous and.TnJUe 1 !81 01 Llvunr WHOLESALE AND BUTCH.

..- -; V V April 10, 1852. .c :T. G. MYEliS. Substances Machinery for the purpose.Chem- ;ig;: N30HVU TIN MANUFACTOIIY, ToDr. EPointctt.Jci8oftvuiwe. -

(u ,II. SJIITII'&:CO., ;,-.i._. l'rao.sasa. H--, DigfillinCJ'......,,(_lIl\ri1lCJ'_.____'",. _Ao_, _Rt"Am..___,.' cT'f.tNrflZVAf g.n.l :PT ail Y 7 .Qfnul Jbimant-et., SatHHtrtak Ga.rpIIlTSubseriber V '
lvuvAD G'1'OIUI_ BH<> nm Dugiutm, lioiiers ami furnaces Mathemalical -t.U'O. ." JI&.iV III 'lr \UU,l r i May 6th, 1851'
IERC A fs--.uu.v. undersigned-having taken .-1s certify it' is with much pleaaare-
theNirwFw Philosophical and Optical instruments
p ooutAfrv r 'w J. Public
by HOLMES respectfully invites the V Cars Carriages, Water-Wheels Wind t1IIAIt V that 1 b.,bee za>
JACKSONVILLE; B., FLA : Inspection of hit-rtoek of
attention of tb&-pablle to his well selected stock of and1 Grinding 5Ii1WFowers1sIu1ngMschines 'lI-3'lCIJJ.. WOJ..I.OQ..NOItdmrl V ,, I effectually cured of. the .histnsoIngeemplalnk

J Goods, adapted both for Country and' City trade. Tools-for Lumber Brick Machines 3tl. AlI Mf im 'SIOflTOl1d IDiIfab.flTrarB'flA: Ware, called Dytextery, by the highly ftOOtlltllfBded&remedJ'
f 1'118'$OB-WRiBEns have enttrod'into c> buyers would do welt to call and examine his stock-Fire Arms, Electricity., Telegraphs, Farming, 'OJ plea ss ma to lJ.ld'pooopo.rU which he constantly. manufacturing.Person f.f NI\P.oinsett.. 1 had resorted to.
; rtnerlL.i,for the purpose of carrying on tho 1 Itefbre purchasing elsewhere. Consisting of the Surgioil V 191 visiting Savannah will do well to examine' bat of
V V things avail I
my many
above business,,and are prepared to 'wake ale following assortment of: taiio-and' Fancy Dry Instruments, &0. betides Claims(air tbe Patents noah SVH ltlO8d Lz'uuoa ilti;JlIJqlJU.frtJ InJ 1P1"I'IJeA.vq1 stock previous ta purchasing ebewtierer his no ; wss induced t B,

I eiUlf r consignment or at auction; '(one of the Goods Hardware and Cutlery, Boots and Shoes ,Reviews Notice of new LmntfonatAmerioan JIIWml1l u irirg aq 'si J.a1l1D 1aa.laJJp 0111 Bathing Tubs'Shower Bath, Hip Bthe V and" try "cy" palatabl and pleaaaat Medioln*.

1 -i VV-, -WDan.MctbJ..r.) Both.t>f the,firm are I1aband Cape Musical; Instruments Perfumery and Foreign THe work is in form for JO| a3paimon( w 811Ubow. 01 ttrred ea pendi jalA1I'I Sponge Baths. Cooking, Parlor;and Office Stoves,. and to my great aatiaractiea,was'COHpletely?

Well acquainted wits tb*nterchanti-and citizens olIn Fancy Soaps Combs and Brushes and a general ImidFog,contains sevfral unhid 'Evirating pus*adood| eqi jo qU1l. eqj qls.lammlq.p.uuub of various sises and most approved'paUerna urd.wHhin-a- days,and haven**-b cn.,

Interior. which rives, them the' advantage assortment of Toys and Fancy Articles. Also, a i over four hundred pages of printed matter, and -as.oo111A.1Oi11l" V pu, "U )IMZ. mG.Q 5oaa. Hollowware, of every description; Enamelled troubled' iinov.witk.tJ&at-much,4aeidasLdt:
"" d
waking ready sales of any good or merchandise large stock of elegant Saddles Bridals Ac- Wood a copious Index., Nearly all the ,valuable Pa. seosdssoiiwIII1P'HEaU ,.andTlnned'Saaee Pans Prescrvmg Pans Revolvng ease :': ., V
V.e!, which may be sent U tkeca'on consignment. Crockery Ware a fine selected stock of.ltDe tents which! Issue weekly from the Patent Of ; aNY 311Y-tf'JOlpll11l1l and other Waffle Irons Ac, Ao. Cutlery' and, Lam bappyossybewmedThtn.o eeihay.s.
ve their attention to Groceries and ProvisionsII...E.\V. CLARK. Britannia Metal Ware Force
;Thay .Ull making good V ', illustrated ? Pumps;Well Pumps
i cod rMMedtaieirale They would respectfully so- MT 4 Bay Street.OU.8EAINTS. ., floe are with Engraving in its coKumns n. AAIII1Detnl"addtla tIMolalU 8Uqa. leer Pumps; Well,Wheel Bran and Pewter come under my own obseryctiftn witUn- few
I Jiclt tronage| from resrtbanU and tradesmen of .. thus making the paper a perfect Mechan ,'*3 esaidmos| iq 0}"A'lrtwuoS. anqDll; : t.\ raueets Couplings,_Valves Ao te. Copper; days.- d.eerCullla4d.oaj.mite t* the already

otner cities, who wish' sell goods In our market AND WINDOW GLASS.V .. leal Eucy-olopediai (or futnre a> veil present lI'IfJO,UonU STDuas, piypodsaj a'L10j 1. team, and Water Pipe,-'and all, oth t copper great amount teatiroonj wiUk rt gard to,youpr

t "A*vbnsinenU their line wfll b*" prosapMyat* ,Raw Ind'Doiled. : reference., SdVSa "' JJAN SlYrNVUOmlN" : werfeezeeuted with dwpatch. V V V "aluab1e1c ett'QIlr'e.

..'tk4 w.: .- V V VV .Elephant' Valuable offered for'tN Largest V AIs-ma ..albSILVSMINEIL&L .,
,$! > .UBA'RNiJr..
.; a. .s," r. GEORGE, H.-SMlTflL .Castor OiL rsr1befQrlasnps List of Subscribers this Volume.. It is KOISSIKKOO'mtV'NOLT.01l.VI T.LintiseitBsq '. .
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JOHN W.PEIQE.V Tanners OIL. ... publishedby MBNN & CO,'as,their :' V f '.l"'U\UVllYl.E.PAugnsu3ti831.VV VV

4 .t.JbnauC'u-'i U Reed'Fernandet..Blsbe*.* i 1 40.boxes Windbw GlasS assorted V. aii s. 1 PatenfAkenry' OfflctK8 -Fulton Stl'tet New. .. "Jr.' AUOUjAl1..UVV i'and'wehepeeter.suiSsdii JIOUDd.J'OlCl.J. 5 casts DtIIl'Sil"TJai."m, Wona'laao&U& u.
Co, R Boalter A Co, Samuel >THlla h k York -, : ;r MAURICK boitl
Abop 400 Bladeo I'utty.V : V msTI; EriED. 'SavannakyMay, 185X_ I; : oft your Medicine,e lltd junta Lois-
B nrt.ya nvnieBosU .
kt JALaroacb.
.Ai_ .K X.Moors 4 CtilGnnby Goodall, ,fiarannah.tT. I'oraal.' -'J Jow;for Cash, by VV ; #< jcar TERMS.1 | .' 6 -, AT THE V CHEAP CASH: STORE.OFV 1 ,D..M'CUEN& "CO cia; has permanently cured two of,-y at-.
JII"lIIIIt..rHJO..,JSS-' V V. JOHN..AL'PAVNEUI2' Jl.1i.OD loopy mo t ,$1 V V ; i" greet ofa severe attack of Dyst&Ierjr, .],.u.
: V V "_V Druggist, j q V:< :AI,4t.,1'f'* >VAKCIC.. V ; ,V H. T. TITUS. ,Next. door to Fernandcm, Bi be. 4 Ce.'Dayato' .. CTlLLkoepon derit an ex elleat.Mediciao Jor tIle:eons-.

II ;i UND'A Plank'Boat about 25"foe* bug muaNEa's '8ARaAPABIL .._ ; copi..O' 11I0t4, 10 copies ltntf S13 50 mtLP.B.ARRELS best Geneses ''J'l t, hsboni1l.Ia-s. daint) andnak|Hilt pleasure iareoommendg .
.p r: tottVPseaau aDd sharp aattotfceet, schooner : .J., Bottles Townsend'i A in.t.o. ot 1ft' do: d- S8: J4*"V do*
':. :.The have ; 4o44Ayer'a1berry lO di" doi 1..1 BOYS'BROGANSBhe and-eoarsa* M: Dry Goods Gt'oeeriea.1'r9riI1oU Hardware. .
lagged. 01t1lCre. h.-1 ; -
peeving prop- rotoml)
'. ;. of VTHJ..Che!;, ''.' Son LADIES' CONQSESS OAITERS.-envcrlo- Sadkry., whfeaV favtt the .To Jr.E.PoIDaeU, VV'
. tjp.ndo.s1ng. barg.e. criYe4'. b : them.and; *e r Money and Peat Of- -C" Cutlery : to they attention .. .
; .:JA8.1LCDRITOPIIEfl; 1.f91 f 1t 1-lA rNE ; ; ,fic. Stamp:taken. ity., "Ladic&Jneaqhltersl.VaL. oftkclr Mends and tfee-p bo irawreUy.r. V .
V .ee-r.: .J\J *i *.- .MI.-_CL.AV-._..:, ., .J/JI JO .:, .. .'-, .f>,,,.' ., Drc. 'houl4bopai&for.iubsorfrtioai., 5 V Letters V A larx-assort&>ent of V Anything*Mally kept t IB tho store of.taertowfl,. ; :A:IfETT BOOK.APOLK ;' 11'
: ; : CHOICE FAMILY :GIIOCBRIES. can b.bara4-OMiit-sten .Call aadaxam. -
V' '' % >K AND
i }/J V lfE'J.'HINfF Bn1tA'r fAupatl1'l. msBJLLEOIIABM.MAM1tI8.Vtb..
bYe : : ,_ V : VV '
fIOV FOR'.8A.LJk 'cfl4haada > .j- .
.: o : AlM'alamajsortmentof ? .I. .Bev
V V ; I J l' neadler.
. o choice.leetSoll 01 8egari I V'I V .fk' ; ThisIsteresthig weak,,
TWO-StoryTrata4,'Dearly new.. and UIlK.fa. part : BrandT; V .JS l'EmOR\VINf&'ANDB1UlP : beUeend I.fOr sale by' 4 N
A 01 Lila foiI.w1sgbraue : UFernetar ,Bra ,JI ; ; i .
\ sttoaUd In a pleasant part of the town, U oftfcred fete; H'Tana Cherooti WanUla.Chtr.i*Odori' 'A3OTRZRtUppIyV of'that Superior''Old r. u vintage ol'ZS. in bottles;together wtlr! .nawnn 'i 5V : \ :TI :' \ JJ'; ,,;; > 'j VlxlThL: __

f at private sale. Apply t4 will "sold cheap. ; which ply W(Furniture, Hardware: Crockery;'-GlaM- TV"htel/ec1 an extra he.arUfco(Ar.. ADd -::- <
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V w-LL CHARLES BYRNE 'jsnL.V V PAYNE, .l1. Brandyjustreociredj- and formic by ware 4e.-the finest ever offered here,,wktoh will .;Black Tea,and for sale by V ""V ; : V 'ttU": I. V JOB n. _J'

; DraggMt .se25.V JOHN..JLEAYJJBL ha sold,ckeapj for cuh., V June V LaaV1, V V Jjj'AYZrsesE. .1UEt '' 6 QZZI : .





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