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The Florida news
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Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
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George C. Powers & Co.
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August 13, 1853
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Began in 1852.
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Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
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Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
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Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
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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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cScIcctd! 13octr!. terral, the melancholy. wail. of" mi1itarlj I defeat'it, aricfhaving delivered five of the honest ; some of thcrn bcini intriguing 'encountered the most formidable obstacles,' it was difficult. -I .had occupied a lead* .. ; o.

music was heard. in ,the distance-the leaders to: the executioner, banished the rascals, whom he ,summarily dismissed both by rebellions at home and by ambitious jog place in the councils of two monarch*. .

THE ONO OF TIfl. burnished glare of military: was' remainder the mines of Siberia. Upon : from, their.office4, and,sji&tenced them. .to tyrants of other countries, who seekto Relying. on the strength of his poaitiody .
I fle tlont. t"e mpirot! (III. weapons h aring' his brother's decease',.Nicholas be confined in the mines of Siberia. deaoilhint of rich and valuable'terri ha now openly avowed himself in farof,of
Ani the.natton*pan .away reflected from the deep verdure, ,of the forest 'took tho oath of fidelity to his brotherConstantine From tho day of hiS,first ascendjpjrjhe tory. Fhe ,reform: undertaken by the a conciliatory and pacific.'policr towards '

JAb ritiont br'Ot of the, 'dreamy night and the waggons, covered with the who Warsaw, and imposed throne, all thoughts have'been 'to intensify SultanMahmoud, with the design of giving i the'great.nations of Europe In oppon. .. .,
That ail with the dawning day. stars and stripes, containing that remained the same upon all.his"troops. .Although and,direct the power which be has unity tn the Ottoman Empire, and pursued the.national party;which demand '

Tb lordly tower and the battled wall of the honored dead, moved slowly the Senators, conforming, to the, inherited. In striving to attain this'creel with an implacable will through fire ded on every occasion that Rossi should: '

The lawn the holy fane, onward. ,It indeol brilliant directions of Alexander, had opened_the I end, no difficulty has. been too great to be and blood, has Seen continued with sin declare war against EDg1ana,' -
la ruin lie,-while I wander by was : a scalded packet which.had been intrustedto i surmounted,no,cruelty too atrocious to be gular good fortune by his successor;,' but tria, or in fact tie_whole: world,:he reconstituted ;

Nor !ft from their wreck"aln.leoae melancholy, spectacle., Oa arriving at them with the injunction to preserve it employed. He is the, centre and soul of by means quite different. The more exercise the BO-calTed liberal parry; j ,

with ago to the hoary cize. the Public Square, the cortege wheeled to intact until tho Emperor's death,and bad his government, and probablydocs all that justice tempered by a touching whose fundamental doctrine was the quiet .

And the lamp of life growl dim. the right and proceeded up George st,, found in it the abdication of Constantino, one man's industry can do to advance the goodness has sufficed to>the Sultan Abdul fulfilment .of manifest destiny, without j

So more iU rayi upon being' pace continued down St. Francis st., when and the peremptory order of Alexanderto social welfare of his nation, so far as may Mcdjid for rallying around his throne wars. Nicholas was the iirtuaJConstntine : ,!
Emblazon delight to 1 m. proclaim Nicholas Emperor,the Grand be compatible with his general policy, but all the diverse races*subjected to him, and the nominal bead of:the one. .Ne.e. '' I
I mowrn t flight of the fleeting breath S moving up ,Merino st, U. waa halted at Duke hesitated to avail himself of thi3 he will have no coadjutor in this work. which little while ago implored the succor I selrodo himself was regarded as the',chief

from youth in Its golden prime. the spot appropriated for interment-the authorization to assume power, alledgingthat Hu primitive tendency was to be a reformer of Europe. 'Reform has been pursued :,of the etherc- And though- the sUiszsa 5 ;

Bat Time linked with decay and death, garden of St. Francis Barracks; The such a resolution ou the part of his ,to give a new refreshing impulseto with unwearied ardor. The amelioration of the former,with the Emperor andthd :

An death ii the Lord oCTime.iRisrcUancous.. procession, under the orders of Major brother could not'be valid if mode duringthe the nation, and to awaken its intellect of the discipline, tho equipment and the royal family gave it an outward prepoodcrance -' } ,

8th since brevettcd life of their father. But Constantine, :and powers. The first steps were success- organization of the army, concession in the victory,'when direct aatagonism '\ '
1 Bclknap, Infantry, ( who had received intelligence of Alexan ful; the nation saw a new light, a new era favor of the establishment of railroads, took place generally rested.with.- .
Brigadier General for his gallant bearingat der's death several days before his brother dawned before it. Nicholas proclaimedthe and the creation of a bank, wero about to the wise and prudent Nesse ode. ::

From the Black RiTer (S C.) Watchman. Palo Alto and Rcsaca dc la Palma.)- sent a number of letters to his family, supremacy of the law over his own place Turkey in a position to encounter Thus,. when Louis Philippe ascended- I ,

: The Late Col. Alex. Thompson, The escort, under the command of Capt. in whidh he renewed his renunciation of will, and his stir rose and shone more force as well all civilization. Once entered the throne, Nicholas talked loudly of warV
- u. 8. INFANTBT. Walter G- of the same Regiment the sovereign dignity, and declared that brilliantly than before. The l last cam- into the family of Europen interests Ncsaelrode was firm in advocating prace ji ;
And Ardenn'i wares shore them her reon Jean he acknowledged Nicholas only as EIperI pajgns with Turkey, Poland and Hungary she would have eluded all dangers by the and the French Ambassador was received. J
\ Dewy with nature tear drops-if aught inanimateE'er graduate of the Military Academy, and or of all the Ru sias, In n manifesto j I proved him highly successful and lu transformation. To prevent this result, i accordingly. When the House of Orange- I 1.
o'er the nnretnrnmg bran.-Byr \ I
On weeps the 26th of December 1836 Col. since President of the Richmond Railroad published December 24th, 1825, Nicholas ', crative. From these conquests the people at any price, is the object of the attack was driven from Belgium, Nicholas dot -
1 Company. Lieut. A. T. Lee, acting Ad. I published an authentic relation of the i believed in him, and he believed that now made upon her. I manded their immediate restoration;hut |
Taylor, at the head of a detachment of i jutant. I circumstances which had called him to the I his mission was to be the conductor of his If Turkey get happily through .the present Nesstlrode feared a war:with France, and. i

about 500 men, composed of parts of the The remains been removed from throne,and the next day received the oath people into light and civilization. In crisis, repose will be secured to her the Czar actually sent an envoy toLon- |

1st, 4th and Regiments U. S. Infantry having of fidelity. Persia, Greece, Germany, Austria, and for some time. Her progress may be de. don, to authoriz3 the usurpation ,of.the: I
with some Missouri Volunteers, en. the wagons amid the firing of minute When the present Euipenr ascended above all, Turkey, his diplomacy had ever veloped at Icasure, and reform carried into throne of hi? brother-i -law. In tmrsrl? ;

under guns, the assembled multitude was ad- the throne of his brother, he was in the been active, and pre-eminently sagacious all parts of her administration, will anco of the same policy, Nesselrode was |
Indians -
! countered about 700 Alligator dressed by .the Rev. Mr. Waters, of the prime of manhood. "Nicholas, the son of and successful. The European events of yield the fruit which is expected from it. the prime mover in the negotiation which;' i

Sam Jones and Co-a-coo-che, on Catholic Church, with great beauty and Paul," as he is universally called, is of a the last few years have immensely increased That is what the adversaries of Turkey terminating with the July treaty, placed <

the banks of the 0-ke-cho-bee lake. The commanding stature, and may be ranked the influence of the Czar on the conti- found it their interest, at any cost, to prevent Turkey under the general protection j,
bittlc was sought by the Indians.: The eloquence. The solemn office of the among the handsomest men in Europe. nent, and have constituted him the pillar ; that is what occasioned thoextra- Europe, and broke up the Special alliancebetween

; before the cngigcmcnt, Col. Taylor Episcopal Church was read by John When the whole of his body guards is reviewed and groundwork of Autocratic govern- ordinry demand to protect populations who' France and England. When &.
of thousand of the from Vestula the Rhine. have need of and who would Bucharest revolution broke Ncsscl-
Beard, Esq., and a concluding prayer offered consisting sixty meat the to no protection, out ,
- received a challenge from Alligator, telling by the Rev. Henry Axtoll. The I picked men of the Empire, the eye of the III consider ns tho worst of calamities any; rode prevailed upon tho join with* ,

him where he would find him, and daring up spectator seeks in vain to find any one ABDUL MEDJID, change having for its object to withdraw Turkey in stablishingpeace; and there .
in vaults
: him to come OH. C*>1. Taylor, desiring remains were then placed prepared worthy of compariou with him for figure, i I The Sultan of the Ottoman them from the government of the Sultan. i by confirmed pretensions to a protect

nothing better, immediately advanced for their reception, and after "a for manly beauty, or for majesty of mien. I Empire. The present attitude of Turkey, dictate I torate over the Principalities. Finally,

battle farewell shot" of musketry, the troops retired When ho commands, the deep sonorous Abdul Mcdjid was born on the 20th of by wisdom and courage, tho loyal and< l the last conflict between the two rival parties -?
: by a rapi march to the expected : and were marched into quarters.The .- tones of his voice reverberate among the April, 1824, and was but sixteen years of firm policy of her allies will destroy, i was occasioned by tho Hunga ;

. ground, fearful lest the wily Indian Masonic Fraternity from voices of his numerous commanders, like ago when called to succeed his father, to be hoped, present complications and I ry. The Emperor, Constantine, PaskieA-
'- might change: hi* purpose. The Indians proceeded the heavy notes of an organ. Few prin. I j whose death was announced on the 1st of prevent their recurrence. Those young I witch, and the whole Russian party,re*' .

oceupcd: a strong position in a thick the Tombs to the Presbyterian Church, ces have borne a more unblemished moral July, 1839, though it i is supposed it occurred populations will be left free to perfect I girded the rise of the Magyars with satisfaction -*

c covered in front small stream where a monody on the dead was pro character. A stern lo\'crof justice, when some days before. Th ceremony their institutions and to offer Europe the I and argued thai ,the humiliation, i
pwarap, by a nounced. not interfering with his own pretentious installation was performed on the 11th, tribute of their strength and of their riches of Austria w uldbe, of infinite benefit: '

, rendered nlmost impissable liy quicksands. But "the last Lord Marmion lay not or interests, he has endeavored to enforce when he was girded with the sword of : they will increase civilization,and Russia. Nesselrode, on,the other,hanaV i,
But Col T-iylor pushed through the its rigid administration according to the Osman with all the aucient formalities. not for slavery. stoutly maintained that the aims'ofJEhnt !

swamp and quicksands in the face of afire there. Florida claims not Col. Thorn p- Russian code. But with all this, he entertains Ho is-tall and well formec; his head is c sia could only be obtained by.means of an .

: .}enr11y from a concealed lie, driving son among the chivalrous dead who repose the most exalted idea of the sacredness fine and regular; his deportment gracefuland COUNT NESSELRODE Austrian alliance; and to secure thai,bo '-. ..
beneath her soil. A mother's undying of his own prerogative divine noble; his auburn hair is always Chancellor of nuss1a,and minister advocated and'carrjingthe. -.. :
"; the Indian from their fastnescs. The I
i love had cancel his remains to bo right; is haughty, unscrupulous in his covered by a read cal lot fee, similar to that of Foreign Affairs. decree for the invasion of Hungary. How :

_ ac'nn w.u. 1 I-t;; ml severe-the Indi\ns transferred: to their natal soil. The means; severe, vindictive, and eager to worn by the meanest of his suLjects; his Charles Robert, of Ncsselrodewas bornin far the operation may bo regarded as successful .' -_' "

tIle ground inch by inch, and or-I advance tho grandeur of Rsssi, even at eyes arc of a greenish blue, soft and pen- 1780, at Lisbon, Portugal, where his we.have yet to learn 1 ,.
.. 1 ."ht. of the bayonet.r .- ange groves of Florid scatter not the cOst of the live, the liberties, and the etrating. His habitual costume is the father was Russian plenipotentiary at the In his subsequent measures,Nesselrodo 1

.. 4 perfume over hi? grave-the, with : happiness of his subjects. military dress of his empire-a dark blue time. As soon as his age permitted, ho has not,enjoyed his usual good fortunes,
:1. -\f I > *>d.
; i ; ii they ,
- t his emmelled lamp, illumines not hisS Much his been said about the external colored tunic, buttoned up to the neck i entered the army j but there being no He failed in obtaining the extradition 0-
- 1 ': J'.i v .r renting place but his own native personal appearance of Nicholas. lIe is no warlike accoutrements except a sabro prospect of active service, be gladly cm. the Poles from. Constantinople. .He was. .

"' : ,'. T'i >' ra i': :. v :. ; as vain glorious of it asiny,dandy.: The suspended at his side, and similar to that braced an offer of a post of attachee to the completely beaten by Lord Palmers ton in j
.' ; "I l ev.r I h. t. 1'1H' in u ow nest, with sits thu dcr- plinteredt. glance of his large,'bluo-greco, crystal which every citizen nay gird in the hour Russian erfbassjr at Berlin, in 1802. Alexander the affair of OrtCeeTHegafeteiJittIa' .: : J
': atlc," rises in solitary grandeur about Tike embroideries : had just ascended the imperial nothing from-his promising position' 'I
.. ', ,!y, and tha only InII"Y : i ";' : limpid eyes, pierce through and danger; no golden nor "- ].
The same oujcs'ic HuJson] which through with the points of two freezing dazzling colors upon his habitual dress. throne, which the assissination of Paul Warsaw in 1850.It remains be seen
: voluntarily give battle. lh -0 .... nmrmnrcd the lullaby of infantile icicle3A cold pang: seizes one'srhole The decorations which the sultan confers had vacated. The position of Russia was whether the present movement 'will de* .. f

_) C .1.' Tfjlir was victoiiin yet was it at being on receiving their full glare. hive the form of a sort of gold medal, embarrassing. Tho French alliance was eerve to class with his former or. his. morflfrecent ',.
still in "fancy's car" to '
'; t'ic expense of mare than a fourth;! of hi* years, seems During his reign the system of secret on which is engraved his signature, and becomming more and more irksome everyday exploits. ; :, ]

'.1i11t13n 1. The tilth Rgirnent, accord chant the requiem of this gallant soldier. police was remodelled, and soon became the importance of which depends upon the and the sovereign found himself in a 1- -: .. .i ,
A plain marble tablet, with flags and other tho most perfect the world had ever seen. number and value of the diamonds which dilemma,between his own interest!,which J2T A Washington dispatch the NJ ::' ;

pprcpriate military emblems, just within Thousand of agents and epics, clothed surround it. The supreme mark of favorof : were closely linked with Napoleon on the Y. Tribune says: "At tha'public recep."_
I with in its service.No this kind, the most enviable decoration, one side, and thosa of his subjects, which *'
the power, are engaged tion the President ?
t>" tu.;o= : German Flats, on- on Saturday, asr was ; .
; ,.rni.l.h: family in the land is free from tho i U the miniature portrait of the Sultan, were in many respects seriously injured 1
i r. f i.t, "- and half cinbowtJ the Continentaibloekade on the other. conversing with George G.Glazier,aNeir .
-.i.r. .1 : watchful care of the government emissaries surrounded by jewels, and suspended ton by ,
. in ;i ,. f marks the spot and even when the Russian travels gold chain : women mny receive this decoration He began slowly to withdraw from his relations York Hunker, (Marshal in theMayora: ': '
\ -) a1.:
.' .,. ., .5. and maternal KflccUU. abroad, this surveillance follows him like which they wear attached to the I of amity with France. Precaution office,) George Pomeroy Appraiser .
L. r '" a shadow. Though the army of this groat left shoulder Three Christian ladies pos. in the measure was eminently necessary large,was spoken of as a Buffalo Platform "
tin gilUut sun ivnrs arlvaiii to reach < bad for been the special object sees it at this moment. One of them, the ; and after some deliberation, A\ *
country years in 1848 and still its Dbj-
bank of river man as on
A cenotaph : the ths of .
Nesselrode .
the enemy ; and realizing measurably, upon of interest to the government, Nicholas Princess V-, lately received this august :andcr fixed upon young ,
:- by a species of military synchronism, the and on the plain below the burial ground, perfected the immense machine. present in Moldavia, in presence of whoso ability he entertained a high opinion whereupon the President remarked,.Tvith,

which was erected by his Regiment, records Neither pains nor expense were spared: to a young Turk in high office, who had been to act as counsellor to the embassy at unmistakeablo emphasis : "No friend of
tucmnnUe and of -
unparalleled charge' tho virtnes of hit twin brothers of adopt the improvements made in military brought up near the person of Abdul Paris. Ncsselroda succeeded in winning my administration carrstandat the same'7
the bayonet made] by Gen. Millar at him said he inclining tho favor of Napoleon, and when Alexander -
"; the war, Dade and his little band of Spartans science. Wherever they originated, they MadjiJ. time, on the Buffalo and National! JPlat-
Bnl.pnritcr, whkb c v"rel him and hid were without hesitation adopted, and per. himself profoundly! before the portrait: re-called him, tha French Emperor
at the Thermopylae of Florida.. "behold] him that master which stated publicly that his departure was the forms; and pointing his fingertowaHtlie
a .hle l ) rc,i:iijtit with unfading, ncvcr-dy- fected bv the kill and experiments of we revere '
IINICHOLAS i i the Czarrs officers. The Emperor is the not because he i is powerful], but bccattso destruction of all hope of negotiation. crowd he added; in a stentciion,voicewill :,/
1 httrt.l!* Col. of the 6th
iug : Thompson,
.. ; military bead of two hundred and fifty he is good Never," added he, Alter the close of the war of 1812-13, nark any appointee who attempts to

: Infantry,an 1 Col. Gentry, of the Missouri- Emperor of all the Russia thousand! horse,and five hundred thousand "has that angelic heart permitted drop M. da Nesselrodo represented Russia at stand on two platforms-Buffalo 'anc(

: Volunteers, fell at the bead of the troop" Nicholas I. Pawlowtisch! Emperor and infantry.Although. of blood to flow, either to extend or to secure the Congress of Frankfort. In conjunction Baltimore are antipodes" *''':' *
; Von and the had devoted his the life of others is so sacred with Metternich on behalf of Austria -
Captain Sworingen Incuts. Autocrat of all the Russias, is the third Emperor a power; J. >
,1 Brooks] an 1 Carter, alto pupils of the Military son of the Emperor Paul and his second great portion of his life to the study of in his eyes, that when it behooves and Aberdeen on behalf which England he and, CUKE rOIL SXAKZ Bins.-3Ir8-.T.. :
of Wur- military exercise still he was never destined him to pass sentence of death, even on a he proposed peace, on terms
Academy and David Monica, the wife Mary, (Sophia Dorothy,) set ide. Bailey in the Macon Telegraph that
his allies found means n. ,says
criminal. takes refuse in the retirementf soon
temburg. He was born July 6, 1796, to shine as an able general. Indeed, he ?- ., .- \'
s-ia of a Creek warrior and a protege of and was educated 'under the direction of not one of his family ever displayed any f his apartment, secludes himself there, tie was one ot tne mos aeienmneti aa whiskey la a certain remedyfot snake. .

Gen. Jackson, by whose means he had Ins mother, by General Landsdorf, with high capacity for military sciences. Nich- and becomes inaccessible to all ; there he, vocates for tho invasion of France. On bites. "One of m j negro hoys/.remark* ;

obtained a Cadet's warrant, and who had the assistance of other tutor, for special dna never had a good eye for judging distances. in anguish, asks himself if God can have his arrival in the capital the,his Bourbons influence and was he, "a few days since, was badly bitten Bj; '

graJuated at Wen Point, were also among departments of instruction, among whom Thus, during the first campaign given i him the power to blot forever" man eagerly whether solicited has been by insinuated, ; a Copperhead Mockerson; immediate:: :
On his as Inorepo-
the Turks in 1828, besought to from the number of tho living ,
were the famous philologist Adcburg.anJ against ,
the shin. of State [ midI him drunk with i
tent than reasons were Iy raw whiskey/
Councillor Stork,who imparted to his cam military laurels by the sureness of accession to the throne it necessary arguments ,
During tin whole enga/pment/ Co!. the elements of political pupil .- his eye in matters of siege and fortifica for him, in accordance with the custom offered, or whether he was conscientiously and soaked the wound with h rtihor! .'- '
cconomy.Tb #
Taylor remained on horseback, pissing Grand Duke devoted himself with peculiar tion. The Russian troops surrounded the to sacrifice a lamb; he refused to do convinced of the justice of a restoration, lIe 'has suffered 'no inconvenience 8 .ex i

frvm )v>'mt to point, cheering on:his men ardor to the military sciences, in impregnable fortress, Schoumla, the keyto it. "If that is the price of the throne," he which took placed an active Louis XVIII.part in on the the measures throne. cept ,a bad sore upon his leg." .Mr* L

to the conflict, and at every moment ex- which he evinced considerable Aptitude, the Belkan mountains. Nicholas pointed said." he', laughing': "I choose to renounceit. At the Oongress of Vienna, ho again represented Bailey concludes by saying, "It ought", r"
of fortification. Heal out the where the,vyorclance
the Indian rifle. especially in the art spot conducted his country, and succeeded in bo generally known that no animal poF '
I''Ito deadly manifested preference for was to be posted ton the fire on the The Sultan Abdul tIe jid has I.
Mr. Poinsctt, then Secretary of War, :o an far to fortress-and the, bullets fell halfwayfrom the Administration of ,Turkey upon obtaining for her,the lion's share of the son can stand whiskey in a fair fight.''! ,
inujic and progressed BO as compose
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the of his eminent father. Called + M>'
in hs: communication to Congress rendered a Dumber.of military marches, which aresaid the walls. His capacity as Commander policy epoil.This of Neesel.rode'
tho last acts
child tbo exercise of absolute was ono of TUB Conc CHOP is Texiressir: Wa
when to
After the establishment has never risen above' that of di yet a ; ,
merited prune tn all engaged in the nQt to,want merit eareer. He returned to -
of general and when it recting the ious-nunccuvr: of a single power in an immense ,empire, his diplomatic were agreeably 'surprised, remarks the. .
a peace- 1816 and rewardedfor
finjninary: conflict. The brevet commisfcion him the overwhelming St. Petersburg in was
that all European States, restorcd regiment of cavalry The movements. of father bequeathed to Chattanooga: Vindicator in traveling from'
of Brigadier General 'was conferred was hoped burden of 'weakened:by his services by the post cf Commissioner !, f
for country
two regiment"combined are too much _. '
.to firm 'where entering .
a upon conjointlywithCapo here to Harrison on Mondaylastfo'soe" -
'.. mentioned .. unfortunate wars and ,undermined: by,secret of Foreign-Affairs, .
upon Taylor,:and the.chief command a normal path, he visited several foreign him. DuringJhe above: campaign d'Istrias.The' latter.soon after resigned t'
in Flnrida which bo far in Turkey, Niebolas-joined the army intrigues. His first step on.ascending the growing corn crops looking ao'weII-.
resigned in 1840, ; countries, and travelled. as sEogbnd. office the dignity of President '
to assume
the tbrone.was entirely reorganize i iI fact saw' them look Better S
Prince to we never
about the ; commanded by Field Marshal q ; I
after (oar or fire years arduous, indefatigable !. When a young man, of Greece, and Nesselrode becam'e'sole
of Wittgenstein, continually the army upon the b European and the farmers told 'that if it ehouldcontinue .
interfering us ,
1815, he lived in London as one Affairs he I
a post
service in the and hammocks year he Minister Foreign ,
swamps we have been told,.,with its military,oper model. With the. utmost liberality, "' '
of Florida.! tbo4 Grand Dukes of Russia. Travelling this the granted to Christians privileges and has held for upwards thirty years. seasonable I from this U'raejof" ;.
ations. TO interference
The burial of)'IJjorJ .,L-D-ide's,marlyre. only made for conspcuon5.figure amusement improvement,at AlI.m'l,,k.he., unhappy results untimely of this first campaignwere immunities; he founded schools where Nicholas succeeded warlike Alexander tendencleshisam.bitionl1 in 1825.. ward, they will 'mate. !!(erojli$ ,
a His his ,
Greeks Armenians Jews and youth, : ;
they 1-
.! .band and of tho officers and soldiers in jthe waltz, which about that time made due. The next year, the command Catholics; ,instructed prompted him to pursue policy .
Musuelmcn live sideyeide,
wh> haJ die in Florida, occurred at, St. its'way Into' the palor3 of English bili.1. .- The was transferred first condition field l in Marshal accepting was, each by the ministers of their respective I very different from his predecessors. '- :\ Dut' ntain"related a mis or OTp i ,

Angastine"on the'Monday''preceding the blsretarn.Baislbebaste4' to that,both the imperial brothers, iicho1aeiid)1ichae1 religion*,and attended each'by persons of! It was resolved to push the boundaries of which bcfel his son in the folio wing j ., I I .,
20th of Angusf, 1845. ".So solemn.and, On himself with tbeeondition of his should rem iD>t homo,and the same :religious persuasion;.and ..tbegtateul Russia eastward and southward the, and nor: Poor Hans-1' he hit. himself '
acquaint of supplying grounds for movement ratfleIr.akaen& fashpeechless ok Jn '_
contributed ,tf aid of .
i wise i by the Christians i 1-
interesting event ,excited the the keep quiet. Nicbolasgrown '
among expected inheritanceiVisiting; province teal! the reforms of the devolved upon Neaselrode. His ; foe six"t,'JD \ :- {
acceded to the their experience .
citizens the Hveliestfeolinganasp pauiy,: *and residing for:MOW time in their previsui year';results experiencef weroknown.. 'y'OuDg"BOverejgn They assisted first exploit was an interference with Persia A "and a11'hiaCij Taer'f. M j

*nd afforded'thcm'"an:opportunity of jlioing.h chief cS ties..: Qo the 43th,of July) ,18 17 of, demand.crossed The the'Belkan'look Andnanople JTbearmy establish; '-hia schools; ''they i organized his :Next followed deJkrous'move- and l' 'be.. "cowau", -. 'e,f.-t..&'- .1 '\42 1MtJ." '''
'the : the wart eli .be espoused Charlotte, eldest} daughter armies .exercised his Thus mentis favor ef the Greeks, :which' "t rminatcd !ea.c .' ..
,military in. ,- satisfaction Frederick William HI. of Pru ia.' This -- there the treaty, bearing that name, ; they navy that* with thd battle of' Navarino,and .L F'-u ji., <'.
of commingling, ,their tears In who 13th, 1798 was'signed. Diebitech earned the>fuiv has been realized by"the son' great west : id'a c10 J- -, : .
lady, :'was bornJuly ftj_ of the fathevLw &. subjects raised t rival toTurkeyiftj ; cawbose Z6r"'PAp ,
utUoo with those who :had Assembled'to ooco' embraced the, Greek.ireligion, name of Z& 1anakt (the Grosser x>f ePe11ID. saying to recognized \Mustcloan'oniy support lh Czar felt.h co !ioJ.r: "wh u is humbug?"_ __ _:;; l, i '

pay their .duties'of lovo'to.their took. -be:name Alexandra FeodorownaThe. ). L thejnbsque" ,. ,the, fihristiaaxttly !. thiJa1beeu Metterofcb.alone, wisely concluding:that 1 i'It'-ydear," replied tlii :jrens % :

fallen comrade .half-pastlO o'clock.a news_of Jb>death.. -Alexander,. ?,.Capital punishment, wbidwusap1- .ebuicb'.tbo Jew onl tl'theS 1".gp '! Europe would gain ished i inllassialjTtheEmpressElUabetb,
blsbrher which took Seralxyrl. c 1.:1. TTBiasterfors'Bossiar OTe refuscd'ta : fond;jooj'aad .
placDeC equaliiedd a Frenc, t. very **.; ? '
I"L. tax ,
;gun.-wasTBrei'from ihejbatfery; in ,front '18251, th'e sigilaI! for.the:outb ask'cf "ikbbeereeptaonofthe: ntceof / reign tenexomuchaavanoe tT the country 'second-the Czar" in hit attempt* ;o 1)t1tioi. OD b f'hirC. *.'' f."J.. j '. .' ,
the ia I. "
pfJ b.Greeat t by a JeUll l.o-tha,8d.Artilleryftiwkr a conspiracy1, }longjTirojcctcd and.widely court inertial1reatozedi4nriog All hisrgoodnualUies d,. C1ti pOFlatiod! tnifheneelt' wait that:tha,treaJy :ofAcl* ,'-.1.. 'c f ,;(.''.' { !.T". .;. .1 j: -.i"t
command of Lieut Cbarchill. ,.. rauiffiod,.whose leaders wcr*found prina'pally reign'of the preaentCsikr. eii immigrations of the rianophv thobgh'highly &,onbIe-Ru r.ATonedQrLt"' UJI.RAf : ''"' -
$ ppearedwbea'he nu11i11 : L. '
when the. Mayor aod Co t1ei1,' tlo'314sonie Jn the 1n Y.; .JbftJswwWiipatgsk forjfoodand ndedtba.throne.:Jbrtev llawas sobj cts ofooigtiboring States;drawn to sja l ,stiU lefta.. ,.sembknc&of. liberty= f i a means of; ,'gr r i.H'; ." ,
un4er the '.*&. >m7 c : *.i> 1 1 '. '. ,: vBrtMstitheNesse1rods'ainflUCnee- : ,,1 dearsidsm. i au thing '.-5 "
place rery ej .. of Turkey
,.riiern1.t.f and St. Augustine 4.! City i'h" ...ore' at'fiM Tcry caution*: in:his *novemenfsEid ; frtey by thauomforts an/alightened "* .I that''1. ; .- jf'in4" 'Jepeotanee. : "
? J*' iTto penal famJTjr in e grearzcjiar J : .
ft ** himself with sod eomatfveIyireogument'IfePtc: 'I'a
endeavored surround ": 'I'I-U1)lnWl :.i'
Q. : .
( 4 ); %hV1iter.Lp''&IiM.'C'" ";'bat Urfo'aga.tho cow- 1f'J1 jy., b\i '. .
Ol1'. Fc
tto.. Bridge, to Awaii$bt r-; 'dic, dhapsreb' ryiofbM0ftbe honest it afterwards-appeared mcajUpoeible.iIiFOOUOcillQt5., }hwe !i fY J Jt ..called C'r1IDg Tanzimai: ,,Jthe 1\ tr.r.11Sll succeeded ip "*I P..lh. J. r.r a fJi11a 5- -ne..f.a.r mob-Ti"Af- t'..t. .i1 A.":".:.,<. ." -- -4, r'r.f' .
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jV' '' The myrna th. -- the Government of the- tOr.oca.JlITCB ,. __ .: 'c3itT2fl .J Proceedings !!: WJ:OJ.

_;, The following correspondence, which United States of America, We find tha following hf f tJr3LMiteliehhin THE MEW. COC.fClL.V 'TUB NEW HARKKT.
his passed between the AUtrianmbas The right of expatriation and of natu- oftSe Ocala THE HEWS.3Ia. Council,CHAJfRa,Aug.11, '63.

sador,and,Iho! United States Charge 'Af- ralization is recognized, I believe, by the the last number_ V EDITOR: Through the columns Council met for'special purposes. Present ,

V turt; ,throws great light upon this subject -j Government of Austria, as well as by other rnrrw: V V VV the Neitt and by the Powers of the Press, : H n. ,I. Swart, Jxteiiclaiii; tnd

/ Governments; and it seems tome that i EDITORS.Minu6-tTeitkm_ i t Ipercieve seconded by tbo zeal cf Columbus, who Messrs. Dour J Clark H.E.W. Clark
v4LrIot or THE U. STATES the arrest (withoutugain mentioning the i that'my name is announced lDJour'paper / ,
; Drew the useful and,honor
: to shores- and Ward
our WKIiaon ftIl
candidate the ,
: :::: : AT COYsTANTI'OPLt," means which the Austrian Consul of as a Judgesbip'ofthe
V V _o. June.27th,1853. Smyrna used to effect it) of the said Costa Eastern Circuit. This announcementhas ed Republican, so long aid favorably A communication was-received from Cf

V MOlfS" L'llfTERXOXCt have upon tho neutral soil of Turkey, after been made"in' accordance with'a conditional known as the champion of human right, Drew,Eq., d declining to serve as Clerk of

V V tha honor to address.your Excellency oa the act of allegiance made by him, will be consent to ifgivclTby to some I hope to stay'the fiat of the Ay *t (hot Council.Tha v
V the subject of a most unfortunate occur regirded by the Government of the Uni. of my friend, in which Preserved to my* times? who have determined to
) body,
ted Bute not self the privilege of declining their nomination Market Committee made the following J.
V V :TtEVbebj am Informed by tho Con as being only a very painful :
violation of those of JACKSONVILLE: : should future consideration deter remove the old market-bouso end erect wnkS was received
al of my Government in Smyrna, took. same rights. naturalization V report :
but also in cr mine me to do to. I stated. friends one both longer and wider in its stcaJ,
place there on the 23d fast., and which ]1- consequence SATURDAY 1853. my The Market Committee beg leave respectfully
very deeply deplore inasmuch as it resulted my intercession, as a want of respect and AUGUST 13, thatlt was very doubtful whether would thereby increasing the obstruction- to report that they advertiMdforproposals' V

V I in the death of a young officer of regard towards my. Government of which .' ultimately consent to be a candidate, but our' principal street. Oar city can no to build" market-house, asipecified
V V V the Austrian Navy, who has thus, most the impression will be removed with diffi THE STATE ELECTIONS.ALABAMA. if they desired to'place! .my name among be mere collection or in the ordinance of July 19tfi, and
V I would |leave .-The result of tho election the list with this understanding longer regarded as a '
probably, without in any manner having culty. not your excellencygnorant aspirants have contracted with 31 r. Barbee, be be.
V been the cause of tho unwarranted attack of the preceding facts; but rather ... in'Ala'ham.. U favorable to the Democratic they. were at liberty' to do so. V country store. Its evident prosperity, and lug the lowest bidder; .to build 'said market

:-. ., made upon himsolfand companions in by communicating them to your excellency party.. Winston, the Democratic Since that timb m re ind -thought its well founded hopes for the future, require in substantial manner, for the sun

Smyrna been the victinf of TLo mot inconsiderate relieve myself all the responsibility candidate for Go\"crnof"is said to have upon the subject has prcscnted' reasons of us to lose no opportunity of improving of$463 he furnishing all the materials;

A! and.unaccountable conduct of which tho arrest of Costa, and the of a personal tu'O..wbich'conatrain both its and condition and agrees to build said .e'-boue according
': whuh of it, received large majorities ,in nearly every me to decline the"nom nat op. furnished
I tbeAn.striaa Consul of the city toward consequences may growClUt to the plan by said Com
I ....... an. individual amed.lartin Cota.. may leave in the mind of my Governmentand county of the Stat The Legislature is These reasons are of such character, ; it is, therefore, to be hoped that mittee. V

V I V ,Tjui person, present'ruomcnt inareerTted countrymen. Democratic in both branches, and as thereare that it is.unnecessary f o detail Them in a. the new building will bo placed, on-the They would .further report that Mr.

." ....; -,.boaid the Austrian brig-of It was on presenting thia declaration to. two U. S. Senators to le,elected at its publio.comniunieatfon t though I am willing line of tbo street, or that the old Bouse be Barbee progressing with the work and
., war'Hussar, now-atSroyraa, tt'l believe, the consulate of tho United States of A- to explain them to any person, and suffered to remain where it is, and con- thinks he will be ready to raise on Saturday .
V one of Hungarian refugees who bad merica at Smyrna, and to his Legation, next sitting this is an important. item havano doubt that,they deemed tinue from its convenient locality and next. /

V bEen detained' Ki yab. .Together that the said Costa was furnished with a I in the news. satisfactory. V_ And your Committee woM farther
. '.. .with thersb;. was permitted to leavethIt ttpereA to come to Constantinople, and I Tho Montgomery AJeUIof'; the While) I feel compelled. decline'this; ea"l'access, both by night and by day, to ask Council to aUow them to erect said

country i ia 1S51, and V he proceed V to return to Smyrna, whence ho was to I 6th, gives the following intelligence from nomination,which I regret to do after my be the resort of idfen, wh/we delight in h.,-; to run north and south instead of

:.. with them to the.United States,where he hart for New York Since his arrival at the Districts: name has.been ihus;.publicly'mentioned, the weed would surprise Nicot or Kilph nut anl west, i it appearing to be most
the Smyrna he has resided in Turkey under Congressional I cannot refrain from assuring those who
preliminary steps towards becom. Lane himself. I do not hero intend any convenient, and would meet the general
the of Government and it 1st District-Col. P. Philips, democrat have" announced me of sincere and
V inca citizen of the United States; thais protection my my tobacco un wish of the citizens.Y
: he made a formal renunciation of al is pleasure: to bo able to ttato that his is elected in thisdistrict, over E.Lootwood .' earnest gratitude! for the distinction they reflection on the use of CMm, respectfully,

allegiance to any other Power or Sovercigtr -. conduct has always been irreproachable.. Esq, whig, by a handsome V were willing confer uponme.' It id an a son gout" but T do really trust that the S. N. WILLIAMS,

whatever and took the usual oath of His fidelity( to Iris native land-the only majority. expression of cctifi:1 'n'c in me, and readiness i- new Council will mike new regulations W. D. '!A1tD.

I -allegiance to the Government of the United crime of which he is accused-leads himto Ud Diitrict-It is with mortification to promote me in my profession, of for the wio mark t, and cither, by fencesor Councilman Burs tha following
I States. A few months since M. Costa declare himself always an Hungarian, acknowledge the, fact that Capt. Aber- which I shall entertain the'most greatful proposed.
came to Smyrna from New York with and to state that he wishes even to meat rombie has defeated Cloptiou in this i red. llcetion. the cheaper way urdiaanees,endeavorto amendment to the fOP)', visa That

the design of again proceeding tothe Uni- his death as such. Distrirt,and that democratic votes brought. I am, your ob't scrv't prevent tie indiscriminate dischargein in view of placing the new market in the
Your will if 1 I ab<'ut the untoward result. C. A. M. MixcnEL. the markct-homp, on Sunday and at
ted States. In the afternoon of the lintinstj Excellency pardon me .position of the present one it should 110-
3d Ditrict-The Hon. S. W.Harris is
while seated on the marina of Smtr- thus renew my intercession in his favor.I ur'SaTanoaJa night, of the offensive comp-ninl produced built so that its front woald be on- aUna
re-elected tnti'lriry-stich
V V ; bo to by a very large anil Pensacola Rail
ho beg Excellency to pleased
na was set your
suddenly by some
upon be received oufy faithful Road. by the fcvcre mastication, or gum. with Bay-strec,-wlkh was lost as follows .
fifteen'rUffian Greeks all armed, saiJ to have him delivered over to the local authority an one as can by a
V have been employed for that purpose by Smyrna, to tc sent again to the public servant. In the Savannah papers we fin 1 the ming, as the case oily be, to which the :

V V V the Austrian Consul ; and after ba\'ing United States. This act will be learned 4th District.-Gen. S.Moore democrat, following'extract from a letter of the Chief prepared weed subjected. The R/unans Ayes J. Clark, Boor

V: been treated in the most brutal manner, by the President the United States I Hale, whig, and Smith, a sort of nondescript Engineer, to the President of the Savannah were wont in olden 'lines to recline and .tf yes--William!.,Ward, H.E.W.Clark.
was thrown into the sea, where a boat was am confident, with satisfaction, and prevent democrat, but claiming the to be some kind of The a an Pensacola Railroad: V partake of viands placed upon the festive Councilman Bonn then called for tbe-
were cQrlidltes.:
the and
painful extraordinary news
V waiting to receive and conduct him to the
Austrian brig Hussar. of his arrest being again the cause of the counties of Green, Suratrr, Piekens, Tuscaloosa AUGUST 1, 1853. board after they had undergone a cleanly question and the report of tbe Commit

V M. Costa,.on leaving the United State, interruption of the friendly feelings between and Fayette, compo this dis "I address you from the encampmenton and careful proces True to the progressive tee was adopted.
V i
received a legalized copy of the declara- our respective countries, which ]I trict. We have returns only from Greene the Withlacooche river, south of the spirit of the age, these worshippers J.II.II.BocBS, _t. C' pTtJ 1m.
, tion which he had made there sincerely have it at heart reconcile and and Sumter. In Greene the vote stand, Ocean Pond, and near, where you may
. allegiance I the altar! of M<'mu< have improved ujxn 1
cultivate. for Moore 680, Hale 705, Smith 221 in see on Bonner'n large map, the letter E .
to the Government f.fth United States, to ; I their SQ&,The l'ars: con"i incy at the Open
in the word Withlacootber. The the system, and c mitencc reclining
Sumter Moore GOt Hale Smith 2Gl.
457 survey
and which document under I beg Excellency to receive retiewcd ,
ordinary circumstances your where the N !'eoni
will the river short] distance below the nnrket wh nwith Coniiqnp, Eaip-ror .p>
would recommend him the II assurances of high cou>iJeration We have strong hopes of the election of: cross a I at surprisingtact ;
to my
I friendly aid and consideration of the cto. V Moore. V this point, which it will reach to-day. : they force to'ncci juice fr uu the 8') narrowly I escaped with his life, is sauf

American authorities. (Signed) Jonx P. BROW.V. 5th District-Gen. Houston. (dcra.) is The line F'oridait' expected will be i inou'h .to as to clear the feta'I*, and only to have been a B >urb 'n If'gitimi. t plo?,
of course re-elected. lie had no opposi reached to-morrow. The line from the I its raaiificatiuDS ia all the
V It tannot be conceived here that this little them. This having prin i.
Alatamaha to the line c-f Florida will, I I drp a on picture
individuals temporary residence in this The Da"'Dof; Day. tion.6th pal cities France. The Ije,;itimist sign
think I favorableas though life-like, a wakens rur sensibilities
quite as ,
District-Cobb the old member, may say prove
could excite the At the of ,
city Smyrna possibly length sun prosperity seems I emblems have been
V animosity of the Austrian Consul to such striving to rise and shine upon our dcsc- and Clement C. Clay, K him but State. One were the candidates. Wo have no returns to the Alapaba the route for the jiivaier the oubjecf,after advancing another n and an immediate outbreak was preparedin
degree as to cause to employ a band ring long neglected a-
of armed ruffians to attack him the of first whatever from the district, but we part of the distance is highly favorable. I the market lie line or tbe Departments of the Drome and tier
at a moment mong portions our country co I fir placing new on ;
After the latter river the
I. when he evidently had no reason to lonized,"FloriJ3.has seen sections of wliij believe that Clay "s elected. crossing country the streetir : it will the south end B uches du Jllione. According to the
is but
I slightly more undulating, not put
apprehend such an outrage and to have she had a century the start Fpring sudden. 7th District-James. F. Dowdell, Eq, plot the Emperor and Empress were to'
V. i i- without doubt elected though Mr so much so as to require any deviation over water sufficiently deep to areouimo-
I J him conveyed in in ignominous manner ly into notice and distance her in the race
the line which has been have teen bred <>u simultaneously iy
srrm straight tp
on board an Austrian vesael-of-war. of prosperity and improvement, even John G. Winter having stopped the prltago dat the fish-boats; and still another reason
of the United Stat s mail on the brought from the Alatamaha. all the men arrested at the open, who
V It seems to me rather that in case his while posseting far inferior natural ad -:It is the Vox POPULI.
I. presence there incommoded the Austrian vantages. Before tho Seminole war tho plankroad far several days, we have no "The distance from Savannah to the JACKSONVILLE, August 12, 1853. were to cry at the same time, a. a signal,
line of Florid this will
p by
from.the counties of the dis survey proveto
Consul the latter of aflaira had news upper -Vive Fonrtetn
,at the most, would have aspect begun to brighten, be about 176 miles. It will boa novel r 1'Kmpereur. arrests-
ealIed upon the Austrian authorities torequire when the breaking out of hostilities effectually trict. Mr. D.wdell was opposed by and feature in this of the zThe stca'ucr Texas, sailed from were made there, and these were afterwards -
Thomas G. Garrett E part
his departure, and not, by an act dampened all progress, and .ever q roHtirn1tyi.nonIJe'criptbut world-a line of this extent with only New Oifcam for Vera Cruz on Mondaythe followed by ooe hundred and fifty-
ha did
of since that "the Indiana perhaps as not
so outrageous and inhuman a nature bugbear, hs about three degrees of curvature,and thisat 1st, Laving Gen. Gad-den, U. S. Minister -
I vote for Pierce and King he might be three other
excite inhabitants of Smyrna, and, Idno.titahoofthcpcopIeof caused the fairest portion of the Union to .
one point near the Alatamaha. j
classed V to Mexico boar
> a whig, on .
remain wilderness. That Florida has
the a
far this line is r.A private letter from Conslaniinoplc -
"Fverything, eo as concerned 1
I United States.Permit VV net prospered, Las been considered a sufficient ARXANsAs.-In thh State Greenwoodand "
has a favorable look. a. A circular has b-en issued by the published in the London Sun, n-
me therefore to intercede with reason that she could not and Warren, the .Democratic candidatesin .
'. V your excellency in behalf of M. Costa,and should not prosper. Statistical reports the first and second districts, a despatch : Tiie.Plank Road. Postmaster General in correct the very peats the story that a very h gh pefl5'o-

V to tik, if not out of the respect due for have showed the small value of her products states are elected to Congress. At a meeting of the Board of Directors prevalent abuse wbith has been practised age in Russia has exhibited new symptoms
V the Government of the Sultan,whose territory and it has been taken for grantee of the Jacksonville and Plank by thj railroa comp mies, in providing of the terrible malady which existsin -
V has been so grossly violated by the that they could not be increased; and KENTUCKY.-The Congressional delcpation Alligator
V V conduct of the Austrian Consul of Smyr people at A distance, it is well known, from 'this State"'wilt stand eight Road Company, held at Jacksonville on inadequate miil cam... his family sail that the propriety of

V V na, at least out of regard for the Govern. generally have regarded Florida as a Whigs and two D tnocrats. The Legislature the 1st day of August inst, the resolutions rJSr A h">rso was hiu-hel to a telegraph nominating a proxy is already duuiatfed.

V ment to which he has pledged his allegiance mere pine barren ; but noir, if they have is Whg.Missouar.C.. -'. of the Savannah subscribers,adopted pole in Starfor I I. Conn., lately, nail J This of c(,utse alludes to the insanity said
." .: that your Excellency be pleased eyes to 330 let them see. Statements, to have been utauiftsted oflate by NicJiu-
V Jackson &t their meeting in Savannah on the 7th
." : to give orders to the commander of the attested by high authority arc passing F. ,Democrat, was struck by htuing. The danger is V "
V V Hussar for his immediate release, so that the press, which show conclusively that is elected in the thirl Congressional District July last, were read "by. tho Secretary, aid to oc as great as to be connected witha las. .

: '. be may proceed to the United States. the climate and soil of our peninsula areas of Missouri, and S. D. Caruthers, *. heu, in reply, it was lightning I'f'd.r or- A report comes from Hamturg

V '.: 0 V I avail myself of the present opportunity well adapted to the tropical productionsas Whig, in the seventh district by a small Resolved, That the Board of Directors stating that the Prussian police,and Austrian
V of renewing to your Excellency, theassurances are the countries to which for so many see nothing in the resolutions adopted on f A letter iu the n.l!tj1Dtlre Sun, !.
': majority. have
of my highest respect and years we have been sending onr cash for the 7th July, by the Savannah subscribers dated Warrrn ton, Florida, July 6th, as well received a notice to'keeps.
't xnost'distinguished consideration. them; and we arc well convinced that the TENNESSEE. despath dated Nashville to the stock of this company, to induce bright look out for both Kossatb

';: (Signed,) Joni P. Daowy. laying of this Indian humbug is all thatis the 5th, relative to,.tbo election in them to alter their order.of the 25uI says: and .Maxxtot,wL&are said to be{ravelling

';<.: :> V V -- required to induce a tide of emigration Tennessee, the day previous savs but May, heretofore communicated to said The yellow fever has made its appearance on the continent disguise.. The Loo-
: : M. Eruclc to 2fr. BrotenDUYUKDERE..June acrosS our borders-not of foreign subscribers. here in a small wiy. Adctarhmentof
few returns have been received the don Times that a declaration of
V arrixud wara
sailors which here sajar
few dav
27. -but of men of means and intelligence, ,&VJl tttl, That the Secretary do proceed a
IV V MOXSIEUHIE CHARGE D'ArrAIl1sB :- who will ngago largely in the cultivation election, yet so far as they have come to by publication, in accordance #ith ago from New Orleans, were seized with aiosst Kv-sia, by France and England,

V.. =, -- ,ycur favor of Ibis day's date,you have of coffee, Cuba tobacco, sea island hand, they are favorablo to Johnson, the the terms of the charter, to forfeit the it, an.1 I a number have since
.;,;. SV ,'. demanded the liberation of a certain Martin cotton and tropical fruits, and, perhaps Democratic candidate for Governor. The stock of all the stock of this old inliibltants Fay that it is likely to ofKxsuth .

; : !"V. V Costa, arrested by orders of tho Consul the manufacture of wines. Chattanooga Adorrtisrr, of the 4th, brings company,sid 'nt in Savannah,who shall prevail a great extent this summer. I

; : V General Austria, at Smyrna, on the Should we live to the ordinary age of accounts from four or fivo counties in the not have paid their first instalment by the The Pen:acola papers of a liter date Important from China.
." J- '. 221 lnst.I' man, we expect ta sec our State the very first day of September next. than the letter from which the above is The overland Indian mail arrived fn
':.: I can only attribute fir, this intcrvcn 'garden of the Union/ and on our 40th Southern portion of the State, in all of Qnitrft, That these resolutions be published taken nothing ia relation to London on the 18tk. The London Timts-

: tIon on your part to a mistake, as tho individual birth-day to quaff to her continued prosperity which the Democrats have wade g-iins. in the Jacksonville papers.GEO. in say that yellowfever putMies a'dvic .9'tmm China Jo the IkbTMay

.; in question is a native of Hungary a bumper of Florida wine mellowed Smith is supposed to bo elected to Congress V W. CALL, Sec'y. qairter.Hox. '> but a's im-nhanlila letters had

:; ,'and has never ceased to be an Austrian with the age of a dozen or more summers, over Van Dyke, his Whig oppo" I JEFFLRSOX DAVIS. At the been revs iv\. Tile Dews is of the roost
V:, ,- subject as results (met his declaration and rivalling champagne, burgundy, jo. in z.The U. S. frigate Columbia( sailed recent important and curious character. The-
/.i4.V presence of tbo Consul of Iiannisber
ti.; the JJnited States at Smyrna.: Ills arrest that we'read of,' but now seldom realty Noam C.\1l0LIsA.\n election took on board lion.50146 iloeland,U. S. Minister Francisco, it was resolved t<> present the front an expedition to the seat of the re-
tcfV/ V V consequently! took place in virtue of the F ta*te. We expect to see the Southern place in this Stoic on the 4th for members Hon. Jefferson Davis a sword of California bclli'.n.
;'t treaties Which assure'to my Governments 1'eninnula lie chosen resort of the health- Congress, being the first election to Central America.SSf manufacture with n set in i its hilt toI I Nimble was reported to be i ia a stat
: s ; full and entire independence of its seeking and the pleasure-loving; to nee under the new arrangement of the Con Hon. Jackson Morton, Senator in be selected from the gild bearing mountains ,of war, whilst live whole district was ia
inrisdiction over all its subjects in Tur. its more than Italian Fky rprcading its anarchy and evirfusRt, TW rebus vote
key. rosy tinted canopy over jirdtics embowered grc!sional Districts A despatch ',dated Congress from this State,"arrived at Pcnsacola of Californiaas he risked; his life ill pnssi'xsion of Nankin and.CLinkiID!,

Ton will easily understand then, M. Ie I in their groves of orange and cocoa I Petcrsburgb, Va., says: on the 26th ult. The continuedill to obtain them for the United Stated of which they were stfrungly.fortifying, and

; ; Charge'd'Affair*, the absolute impossibilky I palm ; to stand upn a highland of the I "Fr m the 1st District, we have re- health of-1m is stated, prevented America. were waiting for reinf.irceweata (rum the

t J, complying! with your request. peninsula, and gaze on, the Alantie, or urns from the Counties of Iltlifax and hit earlier return from Washington. south, pr.viu.ra ndvanefngupon PekinTlie

.. .: I beg you tn-receire the assurances of the Gulf, over the country blooming with :Northampton, in which II.M.. :Sbrfw, V 'I V LlVl.xa G a.FFE3.p3ir of living insurgent leader hive aid.sL the

/ my high consideration. 0 IJnucK.iTo its wealth of tropical luxuriance, charming 1cm., was ahead of David. Outlaw,/wl1ig *S@u.Wo sect it stated in the Charleston [riraffe*, c>f tho most extraordinary the itand..rd'of Glw"ti*niry. A aontet

,:rlr 4 -Mr.. Brown, Charge d'Affaire of the eye with its fields of coffee'plants 100'votes, gaining 'from,.100 ,Jo 150 in Courier that a Hue of..packets has.b cuestablished nrriat New Y' rk '!last week, from translation of; the Bible was freely circulated .
V tha U.:State of America. nrange'lemoo, plant in and banana, and each die .lat amotigst them and !
i.\ :. county ou ,Congressional to run regularly:between that rcanco. A pair of these tall and sacs amounting
-..-.- dotted-w+th-tha, residences;'of enriched vote." ,V ,'sf graceful to fatitae *b1, wu leading them on' to attempt
c.: To the above, Mr." Brown* -tho fol t proprietors and the picturesque groupings The returns given' tii.WilmingtoD city t and Newport, Fla., Tia St. Mark, creatures ;were imported in 1836, at I tEe destruction the whole Tartar

: lowing reply :" *" VV of watering and bathing; places.. .East .District i dieitj the 'election Tampa Bay and Cedar Keys. The line an expense $40,000; but they did not race, whilst strictly' moral ditties were

:: -L1XU'l10fOr'1'laU.S.orAJlIlUCA\ Florida can be made all;that Cuba is,and : :of Ashe, will-consist'of-four' first ilasa schooners Jive! l->'g. and we have had'no' giraffes 'i in. strictly enforced and practiced throughout

I 'I 1. Co.fstASTiNopLl JUDO 29,'1853. )V note.-for it.will be an Anglo-A merirun dem. Into member, over.Leake.: .dem.., commanded'V by,experienced .navigators, America' since that time lIen Hartman -. their own ranks.
, I'MovnxB z.'IirznxosczI have Cubs.. Why not'improve and adorn 'the lila. "opponent,"-bya largo majority, t In ,The commander of the Hermes had ex-
\ V ,fust'received. ibo letter which Athens wo have'. and let Spain keep an' New:Hanovercounty his majority:is already 1. and will leave Charleston,on or about the .whi owns tho present couple, and gained.the neutral position which she&tfgn -
1 you were so
irst and''fif"tcentbol' each 'month has laid out 825.000 them ,l here
she thebriabteat in her ,
V goodVab'writomeuudeidteofthe27th; long as may jewel 692, which'will doubtless' bo in* commencing to-get ; powers are deposed to bold dining
. V V : I of thii month/on the subject of tho individual asffading crown? Would that government .,on tha, first of Q4 bcr., Traiu.tortatiou I from Europe hopes to have these survive, he; struggle. The insnrgi'nf3 are of the
creased i ;
) returns still in
bj to from
V. named Martin Co b; rrC ted at would expend the sUm they are : p will also bo,;provided with .c [ fir some time,'even in this climate.' Onegiruffj form of worship,recognizing Jesns Christ

'Emryni. canto 2 1st!.?.,by tturAvstrianConsul. ho willing removal tom of the the acquisition Indians and of'Cuba the build-, in the other... .precincts to. 1000*. V tainty and regularity: on the-Buwannee.1 !': ; U 17.feet_ and the.other .15 feet in 81 and their Ten Sa\i ComuiandmenU.'>r, and ad fing the Trini'j

_ _ of a railroad the river for .all'produce destined fur, and height, anj both, therefore, are not only J _
?I m:readily coavinced Sir that the lag versing peninsulaftO50uth. It is rumored'ia,.Washington that We subjoin an extract from tea North.
.' ? coming from' Charleston. The rates of handsome but stupendous wonders. China Herald of the 7th ol
J laeans adopted by the Austrian C mstjl to Tol..James Gardner, .editor of the Angus, May:
: Bat the principal guarantee of opening reight will be reisonable.V ; '"The Hermes returned to this' on.he .
efleci fh6 arrest of said individual could ,_ V port
I ta\QA.ytimttttutiQnb'turf the J5ST.At the .ttithalln Ba
get Meagher
increasing > is the favorable. afternoon
and 'also 1 rospcriry of e 5 .'nottjient do not fqehi TOUT myself- approbation at all 1 called; upon, i to| disposition public 'sentiment with regard nmsion, '.to France ,Th&rPresident could mvlL'D&Y-Doc i AT I'E UCOLA'. t,on,: on Wednesday night week, some i iftcling EUcelleaty Sir.George.BoBhau om board.

express*an'spision'upon-tbo right which to railroad, enterprises; and the not,'i in.our opinion,: confer.this_appointment !1 IV is sta'teJtbattli, Commiasioners whosolutyltwasto of enmity alleged trvhave arisen She ba taade,an jevent ful trip up tha

.you mention* possessed by your GOTarnnanf teeming determination' of prominent men, on a worthier;' ot'-inore: "consistent. examine.and accept'or;reject b ec'nJ Capf.:B. S.:Treanor;:tho'Chairman ITangtx, during which she lay five days at
V all to posh such enterprises through. There'&rethreetbingsueceaary.i&theprosperi. Dcmomf. : ,; 1- hd avaj Vankin,and brings back intelligence oft
V orer iln own snbjecti in Tor V : J Floating DrjT'Ilkxsk atPensacoSj of tho meeting,and 0'D.mohne: ,
".lllo" V ,' V V '0't- ___ t5 V 'have :reported adversely;-to tha'structnrcv lbe- v O.un deeply interesting and evrn astouldiagehasa.cterrespectingtbeinsurgenxs
T-of : recently.a.r.ri patriot. hue
JloridaiOheJPatfrjlJ Uroa/l, the rILr -An 'afaifJ&f honor**: off ,giving
I earafl .
r -- -- tuinot however fiB jnvwlf! the ,
"D : tWnsula railroad 1 d the removal of the V ,Tho:Commissioner* required :die says tha,chairman."silenced",him while .n uottb caow to thank her Maje ty.'.piespotentiary -
V Charleston'on
!O aaornlng f '
mcriddrL.Iour exV near Tuesday ,the
V V r y f or e purpose renewing tha bdia[ 7'! _Courier_ -* V 2dlnstbetween. Capkluhn. Duriovant ., r rigata* .Columbia: bo taken, upon the speaking, and immediately the gaslightserejut for the steps taken to wbuiawime

V .sr4$1 1 fefceMio.ZWGiOb.I : : ; )lock and-drawn bff.upon tho railway out Jn the:hall pofitive information regarding;(tbeuu
fcava eon Japf.
already I/iir..CoL Bliss,.of the U.B,'Army, son* of Ubejter aiTtiD Lere Char.leetcu. '
:; this of nectedjiith jt : h .The tfbllovHig partkaliu we rite oa
:1Wtjljoajj.ntj;; tojaiia' !n bcbtlf I > TrUhjdl'bcr guns, ,storesand'araanwnt leariug of O'DonoUua's argt""Ie'D& his '
I V V V .. to cnablo"jo zcelebetteippre4ate.tbebai1I.ofviy J n-law" Gcn.'Tayltr,.diedst.Pascagaul*, ,tMr.Deartt3ba.&! i1itbrougatbe < pod authority, and wa hope to furnshJina'
u .
'pcro22G r board
oa ;and to remain inihafp9sftfOtt riendUeut Kenny, of the.heI4'ay.ihieryjidemandog.writtea
\ I details ill.
14.rofyehlowTer.cnzbo 5th last* rum
** *" IOWft more
> and T
i V c "died$instantly, 1&
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a K' V fo for a' yeri time.Jo. .; .ne cone ,retni &i fAhetiasue :
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jzzsttbvs tbo to'or hand | { 4''
ta '
(lleIii ).Oxe3ecIaj&::Joa winch.M.Coa-i you "Tbo t total nn'mber'of deaths in'N'; : jJnegro, man, belonging l :to Capjv traetOr!;..lrol C1Thert,S cor& CapX Mnlcafi/, : :NewTork.. ;who eIL .'Tha Jusurgealc .ro Chrutiaiu of t the

;p'.di 4ew,3foTkira the Slat:of: aly, )rlcan' *during.tha 'forty-eight' hours'cn: I pe 'fb.tJtf t 1aB *lli j fl.o'cr .,of.N ,J 1t1 qn yith O'Donohnej: acting'asjn!is t fneal, %TOtestaat of tto funn..strictest of worahipyand" antiidftori .-

fl852"cnoun4nJdsalTegtan&"to '(he.Zaprcr.efAnstni.and ling i sundown 'oDJ"tb"lJ( was 200* .";263 I ward on'tbe:last' trip of t.itcaU2crlo' -. he cbntrtct'require'" this
e- taking an oath ".. caused by YUo.Fenr Snterprwe,'and was"drowned* lancls jind refuse perform i it. .' l eniued from Treanor.1 '-'* 'I Father the 4Jlwiae All.powwful, .sdaa.



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z Jesos Cbrwt, U tie SxrioW of Han -_ :- itit .: : 'au JI1..n .

L: kind; sod also tbt ,Holy 8pi t,, as the DIED, Angujt 10th, 1853,of TWfrtorfeer tkeHe*,TSOJUS SALT.:: sod Jt W"STQB&lOCo' .. c 1tC't'- .

;: last of the thre persons.of &J&o trin1&I.t at his resideoee.&a. Doral.eotroty, ftwat Ui MM.6 pkoplo of-the BUM tAOOJ.1fO Keataefcj,1-;, -::41t7li 111.1 .:.22; SOf 4. COEXEtt .OF iT2E'R3ILL1IQ BV1LDIXO" JrrAe-1'astr' *. ctrcuiqg?

Their chief on earth is a person known a:ea fidate br Chief J. of h* SvnrwM V unteziiaorJLFcEn' -.
COARLZS BaowARD 68 amy- 18 8 "
aged OFf.THE .
u Tae-ptng.-vaak, the Prince of Peace/ $" 1e1..uoa Ia o.toMrJtq BEEF; NT. = .4\. ; 7 '.: J.'
, mouth nd 22 days. !'prte ea : ETTIR: STOCK wai moat Msittvoiy bo ."
to whom a'kindfdiine origin and mis- *.' Mesjan ellJllSLtB .L TOFQ. V *. .. elosod by tho 234 July aoatooae>stiaf ia partLs4ieeTJtfea'sandCbndroa7sHesieTywkitebla George B MeCMla*,AumaisrratorvofiUbaeeaCaarlos.dottasoi..iti. .

won is.*seribc --* The nhjcct cf tVia i notice vaa .of thoAsseeiata.1.ISU Su. B4COYILea J3 IS et- "/

. Far,kowerer, from claitaingadwahon! South Carolina where be Conrt aaaome*bias to the rotera of fieri Sb.eUeri i-les, .:. ,V: 10.,a V 'IIBRBU .10 brown mix'd and utateesleesV k.' Tbeedore UarfrWrr-V. ; A: ttatoi cflio esuieV l'f.'
, he forbids in tsdict the tppUcati to fe J : Solid aad colored Prints and CamhrW *Andrew. Caerlea> a> oaso4. aad ot ., V.
an_ about fifteen yean of age, when ata fa iat CkW et e,a/tie 8tat*at .1'KcC' 1\&Y1"f1hlt1tS s 10 fancy *: ersHta ;
himself the terms "supreme"izi.:' qreeebIagq1. Ia October m. BUTTER.QoaVst : 21 ,\ :3 Scotch and domestia UiagtaiM: FreiwH Jlfuetia belt sad ercotion ef.esld estate of ffshsotsr;
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assumedby moved with hu parent to East Florida sad Media Robes; ficared.plain Beraf: -t
and others hitherto constantlj 4 n. White, Igured, ncI Ca'elsiesaud ?Afuslia OEORUE'SMcCLELLAS: AdmtaisfraW '
TWtrteuAi ef tbo Hon.THOMAS DOUG. plain : o<
the Emperors of China, but wbitb he then a Spanish Proninct, which CANDLES Spem, SO .; Linen and Dee M C.I ". Furnltwre Prints aad VT tbe estate'ef Bebeee CbarU UM of saM V .1:

declines receiving tbegrundthtt tbcy ate his resideoee. ,date Judge of tho Eastern Circuit) anaoaaeo Adaaaatiaa 37l Chinless Dress and FmmJiure Filife cowary..eand bavin*tied bis Bfa tbo Oaa.eery .' .
as a nndMate for tho office of \Jo cnTtEitTht12t4 Ji Silk and Unties ITodhigJc JUaatia and LCembrio r do ef this fowl,luggeotisK CIte KoUUo iaseJrercy -. 'J-
V are doe to God alone. He joined the Methodist of tko Supreme Court at tbe. l ctio* faam. COFFEE CaU fJb I23 JIaadbrellierxfb.itt'.lriIIt.a'd Slat Linens' of satd estate. :
Their moral code the insurgents call the Bio. fl1t tIJ2 34 and 4 4 brews and bLeached GoodIi V rtf6 brined That all permM' aarte cCgHa. .\
whlchf examination Church under the preaching of fnryj ,Java ""** ThI U < Browa Drilling and Cotton Osnaburgs: agaHMt: tke Mid eetate. at eradJtersoe vtWwtso. V
HeaTenljBukf, James ITntto and Tfce frlesrisel CoL BYRD JL PEARSOS, DOMESTIC'COODS." White and colored Lines Drilling*,.and Farmera.PantuStufl do fie said claim*witk the Cs sfthio Cent V
prored to be the ten ounmandmentR. was ever ; PavOioa Geuve in and tot tbe atVitoaHy ef Columbia,user Ufa
The obt Tanre ff these is strictly enforced acceptable member of the same. ,.aaneuaee him at a candidate for 44 12 -. Pins Coe>M, Hooks and Eye Tape tile thirteeaUi day of Febroarr AIX khteasi -
office of ASMCUT Jcancs of the. Supreme 12l 4" Braids. Darning Cotton eo'ored and white Spool bndred aa41ftT.IoaJ' .
Ljr the leaders of the niovcmeuf, a useful Class Leader for at U. election., J.I" 1rlmiiSIldf! 12t' U do assorted httMI-.1'alK7 Verting: Abel Uiat thte settee U nabHsbod ia somnws- .V
chieflj Kwang-tnng and Kwane-se, men V 10 13 Apron and Furniture Cheeks Towels. Nipkinf paper ia this Circuit oaee a. 'the eniraxtioVoffaldaeriod.
who not merely formal professors and in 1842 was licensed as *ne Irks* of CHARLES H. DUP03TT, FISH, 44 G and Doyter.; .. MarUtb. 1847'. ,:_ V
are Preacher which office he filled FLOUR Canal Bate Caps Boots and Shoos. A few of Uose inimitable VT A FORWARD,Judgo. "
630 .
Florida him Idl
but and spiritual ; easily, aaaouaee a*a .. .
practical '
a religions system '&1rlmon Breaso Ties.for Ud_ A free copy. Test ; ,
Christlao<,deeplj influenced bj the ble seal in his Master's service for ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of&.Supreme Cora. -f $00OftA1Y 10$ IX ASOTtttE LI IE.Teas' Jane4-tFU S ScaaaoaocaK' ..
100. .
V belief; that God is always with them. ei to jiiin the great assembly of the of the State at tie &approaching election ia Pica: i 00 J so : coffees sogart. rice: Ilermetiealrr sealed ; CircuIt Court :
next. July meats and fab! almonds ra..fIt'raad1., fruit ,
The hardships they have suffered and triumphant around that Master's GUNPOWDER. I .tCt (9 OhAT. W. cordials and all kinds, of liqaors; ale Etttirn Crftit tf fl,rifa-C.am3im CWafy :
the dangers they have intoned are pnnislmeuts w. are aataerUH to announce'tbo HOB. i %lcwtI 130 ZOO leaioji syrape candies: .
and trials ,f their Heavenly As a IOJI, he "honored his O.SEMXE8, as a candidate for re-election U BID E3.- Dry .. :'%llb( G Gingerrpepper and'ffee ground ready. for use; MAT TERM 185
Deeralios 'lnl-in 11 all spices medicines '< -V LY ll..t qER1'-.BiU for Inju.ctioaand
and became heir to the office ASSOCIATE lnnca'orChe ;patent ;
Father; the sneves they have achieved mother Supreme IRON. allkJaia y., (00 C '-00- Jl/atcbos,, "10 Olives cut and plug chewing tohacev Diafribction-ofiaid :.

are instances! of his gr ce.In for he lired to a good old age and at the next October election. Ja17 2 LARD IIl .i; : pickles:.ysa4 powderssegan and snuff, .
Oeorgo .CIeUI A'dmbistratec 'l&.Meea. '
starch and It
V blacking.* ,
er nvr ti. n they .t'rc" th j more children and children's children, p- The Be*. WILLIAM A. FORWARD, LIME. -"tblrt 2'O 225LUSIBEIt.stisueswed'Idm Also a well .lOOrte.I .tockofgauerockrj. V Charles,deceased, ? .

wordlj-minded n>n.tant recurrence tn honored and beloved them alL .of the Circuit Court for tbe Eastern Judicial i 800 1100 hardware and cutlery; carpenters' too.. and a I
by Ranging Timber 'lm 800 ( 1200 great TsrVr of other artktes for sash only Theodore HartrMg; *: Admfmtorster e/Andrew
that special attcn'ion flf Almighty of o! Florida win be voted for by the people I ShlhglrlMOLAS %le 00 100 Chartca. doceasei. !
As brother friend and + ((4 o.4. )1t VE S BUILDING BaY street and ethura,, tile beta and
which they believe themselves to be the a Circuit to 13 tko same office which bo now i >E3, "flIl' ( jane 25 J.' \ CLSILAND. creditors of said estate Rebeeca CharLes doc .:

objects. wat kind, benevolent and da at the election In October..& July 9 i NAILS, )Ib '8. ( I'l .riIlC.1Ien made 0 ..ppPSr)0 afId ChI '

With proud humility auJ with the preferring the happiness of OILS, Sprm "fI ai 1 23 ( I iJ NEW\ SPRING GOODS! n.HqII..IDa.&D4 Dri.i'Ua' I k
We are authorised to announce 8. ST. Linseed '$lal I 12ot( I 23 Reubra Charles, Nancy 0..,. Stephen Rhoa
plistcnJig eyes of cratitu'le, they point own, manifesting his attachment i ROGERS as a candidate for rejection I PORK: Jell b1 l 20 OO"C 2 00 2711UE undersigned hat jat rewired by steamer. and Louisa bs wile Micejaa Davis and Evelina

back to the fact, that at the begiuing of around him by deeds rather than office of SOLICITOE for Lbs Eastern Judicial Prime, 'lbb1 18 00 ( U direct from Hew York, hit Bin.wife rerde and beyond David the Brandon-limits-Defendants of said Slg.sad to said1

their enterprise, some four year ago,they &of tho State ot Florida at tho election to PORTER, London yiciV 3 50 0) A LARGE STOCK OF within the limits of tho United States: 4'
numbered but one or two hundred! ; and dispensing favors as if he were held on the Ant Monday ia October next RAISINS 'fhs 2 00 @ 400 SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. On ttetioa of James M Baker SoCdJor for

that except fur the direct help of their recipient of the benefit, be won 2 SALT. 130 (4 113 whieb"fie. now offers to the public at very low price CorapTa aant, .
SOAP, Araer yellow, ltb 10 t FOR CAsH It it Order,.? That notice bo .give ta Mm
Heavenly Fath. r, they never could have teem and warmest attachment of ..w. are author!*** to announce JAMES SHOT oran ClaPs, Ibf 8 (4 10 The assortment is complete in erery rarTety or newspaper published ia tithe "ami!requiring said

done what,they have done. knew him. BAKER u a candidate for the office Souci- SEOARS Spanish 25 00 ( L 40 CO style and fashion. Among the many articles way] anti Defendants said Bill to within appear four irS answer said Complain
be f nnd- months 'rom the date of
A LOVE CE. .-**lhairest of the i As a citizen, he was a true for the Eastern Judicial Circuit of the State SPIRITS. Brandy. 'zal lm 10 400 00 2000 Domestic sod Enlish| prints Do-Ginghams Printed the publication of this Order, otherwise said bill
at the approaching election October Mns'ins! and Lawn. from 10 eta to 30 ets ver yard. will be taken |>ro eon&sso against u.. .
phsur" sighed the l.ver, "pliancy my ; firm ,oJ'Patrter"r the principles of July ITt HolUttl Gin, 'l.a1 1.0 173 Fid aod plain Iterates: Silk Tinuw Tarlteos.Sww. And that said Order bo published,u aforesaid

phceling wlu-n I plirste the pbearfulvnnvfjucnm lican honest in Unm .t,1 50 I 31 nil.JseoneU. plain and cheeied French once week for fonr monthsV May \&bj 1W3. .
flf !hn> ,' Liberty-a man the Tutors Dmral County. Whiskey ? iS 1 30 Cambric, plaid and plain ChancaMe cold Silks W A FORWARD,.Judge,.
our phleciojr i> tn jour ion of ill men-wbo5 word induce mo again to announce SUGAR. Florid l"11 8 10 from 87 J to ill: Wide Black Silks Florence and A true copy, Test V
phathorV phamily. lljtw phcllows cHuM I. Lof nd Crashed 11 16 Maree'ine do; A very fine tot of Embroidered jnae4-4ia_S Sciaioaoccit Cfr}'
have phiim! the niuic with a< much pbortitudcas I questioned or doubted. As a to you u a candidate for reelection to the TALLOW 't11bi 10 @ 12 Swss shawbK a few rich embroidered and plain la Circuit Canrt *
JC&OE or PEOBATE of your County. Canton shawls White Lace Mantillas,4*., : V
TOBACCO iu crape
) I Lave, aud as phkkle phnrtuncpliaiU I be was humble,constant devoted, 1iJ ibI
is solicited. A choice lot embroidered Goods,Pointed Collarr Eastern Circuit of Florida
support respectfully &g
TEA Hywn too for
t'. ftuile mi nor loves, I phind I I ful) praIer-trtlSling not in 'f11b1 Do. LC Hdkfls. Ch'imesette. LivJrjleeTe, CoT,
9 FELIX LIVINGSTON. Black 73 C'ouvljf of Duval Xotemltr Tea ,
I \lSt
the ; rf Ae: the latent fafbina of Ladies Hat at very low V
must horego pleasure bceoniing
i merits for salvation -but TWINE, ThZbi 0 driees Misses and Ladies'Flats rich bonnet no- AtUcbmrmt sad GanUaaenst.
hu-l anJ. Phairest Phranccs pharv- n. friends of ISAAC SWART present WINE3 all kinds gsiI 2 00 4 00
your bon and lining Ladies and 3j a' Slirpen Ties Gabriel
well phorevcrII'1 !" I trusting in Him "who was : name as a candidate for Judge of Probate of Uaitors C ots and Bootees vs.PrLst )5 Slim sworn bull

offences and raised county, at the ensuing election in October MAGNOLIA HOUSE. FOR GKKTLEUEK* John
"- ', Phniiklin. hold! FCI't'lQI"o1 our was again 5ekeifler. J Damages laid at flKW
P'.ani.i- *'! ..11 btIh.Ja.ur j>h-..t. t< p justification He hu labored V July 2 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Pants A very Coats.fine Vests avortmeot of every of Keady style made onality.CInthin sad?. lBE Defendant and all'others Interested. ar*'cnr.. To taft! Te4srs ef Itaval (....,. TIlE BSCRIDER his just con fashion: a beautiful style of roamer hat for gen soLOed of the insritation of tbo above.
by in bU Master's vinryarJ. a the above UOUM Suing it in the of French boot suit by Attachment and Gans ... and to aa-
pitted up t'emen: a'so a superior quality
Bat I'Lrjutlin lead l anJ I'hannic1.Aaintr.1. respectfully announce myself to my fellow citi. pear and plead to the declaration
gone to his heir f.f aoL comfortable style, and will use entry nero and pite shirts, drawers wrappers.eoMars: tbereta
-nne reward as within the time '
of Duval
county as a candidate for tho office peeseribe by faw.
favor him .
Lion to all that with their Clothsi. eaMmerel. vesting always ua
please may
j iut heir with fhrirt. Though of tin Ctrruit CowS of said county- hand. Also.Tai'orirg dose to order on short notice. UVL'coStON' .. -" dlU
t- Fir?: :14ill Mi-red iuu-ir stand sited! myself, elected,to discharge mv duties patr7Calar attwtina paid to &. Planters,wbhhig to make large bills can do. June 11. 153,7. 3m ,
a tear over his earthly : A. COY well ths store other in the Southern
at as
How kinds of IS any Vacation in
metres are .best of abilities. July-In.
up. many
my Chancery.
the Comer Ocean and Monroettreete.Jacksonville. SUte A Urge lot r>f JJrgroe. Wear constantly
there?" inconceivably precious 21. 1853- .I. V. OARXIEE4itx .Nov. 20. 1852 I f on and- The public-are swlirited to call and ez Epbraim Harnfon and TTUe, Coswp4aaaj,.
"Three, sir; I Lug metre, short metre be for whom we wet-p has ": Good Etabliug for Horses. } ( amine Ooo ls and Pr'ees a' they will find it to
Mr. -Please announce the name of their interen to pnrehaM at this store- arUelebeing Joseph S Eater Samuel SeGeo.H
erery Smith
and mett tier ty oxwulight alnpe with Christ, wbi'b i i. far better. STOSE as a candidate for Clerk of tit Madisra Springs Gexgia.MR. sold cheap for cash- and Hiram Roberts Dvfee4a .

"Who told you that, you booby ? Southern Christian Advocate please ,l Court at(be October election and oblige WATKINS Uket pleasure in in. V J. B. AMERMAN, IT h..irc bus aide tit IJ'PO to ar IaUaf'actiea

'Bill Jones sir." M, M. MA5T VOTERS. forming his friends and the Public }..2 C.rrne's Block comer Kewnen and A on die aEdavit of Ephraiia L ..tha
"Go to your scat. When oCh"vl l i is over generally that be fan made arrangements A on 16. 1853. e Bay streets I hnsband of Jaiia A Harrison,complainant in the
DR. the 10th of June. above rated ee'e; that Joseph S lr ker.
we will try an I establish the key-note of To tie Voters of Daral coaaty. The re-opeuingthe culinary 1G.e under the man Savannah Medical College. i Spencer srd Hiram Roberta.- .e&alante to rfae

a pitkK-d, cowdbiJe.* keep MEDICINES on ,- .**: I respectfully offer myself *,.CII'of Mr.K.Tyner.Maeov.Oa,whose catering SESSION 1Sl-14. ate,.bill o. eemplaiat. rrTdo oat of the State of

eve of for the office of Tax Aieawr and Col and knowledge of that branch of the bnii- mrrE COURSE OF LECTURES in this incitaJL Florida and within the United Statts-ad it*Vr

FIXTEEV the Lee Apotbecane* in Baltimore Consumption, lirnmhiii. Asthma for this county at the enrainf October c. owe bat heretofore given entire sata&ction. t'rnn will commence on the First Mondsy5orember .f appearing to mo that a bill has been filed by com.pUmants .
OM) Uh-ers Dropsy. Dyrpppsia The office and reception will be managed by Mr and continue four months.RDAzco'.D. in the above ease arsJurt th*sa-d da-
wy of 5'Wrr". Anflyne CAvrjr Efpvtjf'Ht for will bo grateful for your support; and if Sooth CarJina. fondants:
O Davis of Charleston Every and Prae
j All irrega'arit'es.! ebnrnctions aced n M D. Krof. Institutes
Coogti... ard of&"I ". Diarrkae Cordial tot males w.II be regulate removed nr will promise discbergo tbe duties of the effort will Ke made to oontribate to the pleasure tic,of Medicine. Oa motion ef JamnA .." soldier for

that! they are tat enet..r: ra'ae.and very e.' FAMILY M K 0 1 0 I N A. W. CRIC TOY. Joe8.w J. D WATK1NS.tfe W O BL'Lt.OC1IJ. D, lT f.PrInciples and PrictleeefSnrgery. Roberts Joseph appear or Samuel before the Spencer 14tb day and of Hiram'Ho-

5crt for the en re rot the iWae; for wh'ch tbey A w..r tbera may be found Ce-npoand Favinion House Teu.beruxi enraing the date of this order,aadplead
and Diseases
:Mr. E4it.rt Ptetso announce the name P M KOLLOCK M D. Pro Obstetrics ,
i Pl. end demur
Pills. Medicines. ewer
Ant fcHr Dropsy at to tho bin
areee Dm.ftl4le.L that th-y hear tb eri :lenee ..f .ea.c.ra..seeth Bred SUdS Ball Streets of Wemen and Children. esaptetisoteozapa
D<.e ses unneeesMary to name. will be D. )UcEISLET a candidate for the ._. rsrit6. nants-etberwifwtb*matters ed things
Kffand r at in the'r preparation and*trie .ifn C Vf WEHT. 0. Prut Medical Chr.aa! rated will
therein be
few and alwars & decreed
of Tax Assessor and Collector fur Duval WILLIAM P. CLARK.Paovrrroz.A E L Marit. D Prof. (. against them ori
ting np," .. fee aJre."seiDent in annther colnun. !. fc'tni in esses Culare. Tho usual "Jeslrabia'r : i socbM them a*.so t a paar.asooaAused. .
not be prescribed. Mo charge mad. for ,at tbo election ia October next. LARGE proporton: .of the Roonsof th'set- 11 D BUD.)1 D, Prof.Mater M d a andTierapeutics. It it/KttliT OfifTt-l, That a eepyof the fore-

____ auglr Lions and prescription*. And oblige MANY VOTERS t Wit slimed win hereafter be appropriated to going order and notice be p bhheti onco a'veek
.i**.i3;. I'.1 Dl"': 'ED SLAVES. the accommodation of the travelling peblir. First J B Bc.D, M D. Proc P.tllelop Anatomy and fur tbe space of four V months eerds-the tiH
; elu Carriages with careful drivers.will be in at' Demonstrator Anatomy. lith of November. ha the
FrirIs ef BOWDEN
ofno UM tn their owners in a hopeless pre- JacksenviBo Vows
Tli'ii nlo" Pit-tit 5 4liutrrldae'wi'Tithe
| > wU' usi" V r i't" "i tendance at the Steamboat and Railroad laad.iigs. FEES-For the foil course S it' ; a printed in tho tows .
I ... ".. will I* pareSafod. Addmp. his name as a candidate for the office of where *5. DvmoDSfrator 410 lira newspaper ot Jacksonville*
comjv' Cis r ")11. C i l-w (. & %. r- e to convey passengers to the PATILUOX. Anatomy. Dural county. Jely r.II.,1853. '
J ' tb'. _billla.-, jf,. t' r i ..... fi t1. tbe Dr ASHURST.letters- ef Deed o.4/jr at the October elee every attention and the best accommodation will dmatsoi. $30. B 4nisitesforUiadaa-ioDtheiame WILLIAM A FU&WABD.Jadgoa .
Pay postage on
ptict. tfary eecc, .;li 1\ t iijiiiu 'h- ,.-inti : your june await them. jane IWw as in other Mudkal Coilegee A traecory: _
.. I'-n ... :. C.Y'. WEST.. D. I jQ' V-4.. I V
m < ii" cli ee a.11. 'i-r.h. JACKSONVILLE MALE For Sale 14-6o Dean of the Faen'tr. GARNIE. a.kI .
... .. may
lu.otijthr.. ->kllm. ( It i -. Three Cheers! --- -
I'ro.lum.! will h-l ...| IN4.cIVdi REV. 1. SWART, A. M., J} MA HIGHLY improved LOT situated Beward.RAN Notice of AppUbaUon fax AHetaeat
>' Hurrah! Hurrah I for the corner : centre ef the Town,upon which I if large $75, I
-M.f ll. M-i..4rkV M.rcn.., tn wltirh w.- No. 4 Bay atreet. and eommodionaBoardinf House.three ttorie*hijtb; AWAirujn ,h. .aiH< ibnOlthP, of Dower. VV" '
MX h- 1tteiEiOs; .r H| tir clly 5nJrr.-.I in Rates efTuitiaa.Orthosrapnr. THIRTY food rooou. with TWENTY-THREE fO fthe 221 in. bi* chris negro ALL persona iMerraiea will plan to tako
tli.ermrs. .e .ril -i lU-ir CkiHlrraV brail Be&tii.,. Defining, INC old Wines and Liquors, below prime lire place. with all uecusary oot-boild.Djf good m n J \KE, DAN cut MOUKK TUry .rull notice, that 1 the enJersigaed Polly

la Liter Cowpltnts! an.I ill di'vrl< r* .ui-in* Genera Ptminans&ip.phv. Grammar.per qusrtevecfil.v.History Chit for cash,by th.q-i entity demijohn. water, shade .Li. Aleo young tn... Thee yonneest not to rxceetweciylhrve. Ann lone' wl-uw of John A Jofres. Ute of Da- .

truce t1._ of. bilious 13 p". 'ioull tn .k. c'ea I Ftoention and Bonk Keeping de, deira Wise, very old. Sherry do. Cham mz nunvn' the other in'what roan*"r cal county, Mori 14. Ircv aetl( tad Adimoistra-

: the only' Vtl"ill..I' !liint..MoKcii*.ick'* Li"- lligber branches! of an Eiglisb, -2 V."Ja pints.' Wioc. Port .11'. AUO. Se.fnty-fi e dollar reward will boo given for erie "f all and li .plar the podruad estate,

*r I'illl'? and ScientiSe -. do. Brandy, T ry oil. Dn. Tory good. D. A PR1V.TEREulDEcCEcneb. ndjoining -*A the ppr-hrnM-ai-d.l..tinl'y..rhe threr.IIn.1 which were IIr the.,iJ Jobs A tr: 'B,".t D C-it,4."t.ut .,.1\ r.r'lIj Tb. orient Laaga ft. do. lo. fIoU! >i
Worm yruj anti Li.rr l'i'l. .n.I .irtrtr ih it I The French Language in classes. 1 old. Old B. Whiskey, various qulili.., property in this thrinnr town.and will be sold H. It. SADLER.Ortiri oi.blethe Court Probate of tke county afort* .

*.eh 11,"flit' eeintureotLe Priori t.,rJ., S.I I IVrawing and Perrp etire, tkebarrrL Ale ia pints. Co-dinl", Lemon 10. Apply to W1L P. DEW EES. rUntalUin' ,June 23 1s.63.-r ."i-'. at the next term thereof, (erie aooa '

IJi BENS,I' K. as none els are g"uuinr.m Painting. in. water ml colors. OJives. Picklee aol Fine Teas. Also JaekeonVine,April 2-tt_ .,tterr* counsel cin be Ian.)for tho appoint

.y Prof- C L DES ROCHERS ceo. very low, Ly the quantity, to close Cape May Sea Bathing. ment oflXcnrsMonrn to set off sad al.
n Drawing and Painting. or Groceries,at HOUSE FOR SALE. CONGBES HALL is >ovr <,'.Y. tow to ice tl>.d'lwer to which I.. by Uw cat ;
14lyffiarinc ity30. N. 4 Bynft BvliJia' MA Ml'DSaN FIMSIIEIi two story THE location ef this Uoose on Vgb and beantwful titled out of tke- all gn .ls end..te.

Journal. JACKSONVILLE : *. itO ti"I in a pleasant portion ur; fat ground with large Lawn in f.-ont render V Pl'LLTANNJoN.q,

.'If .Florida Atlantic and Gulf CeDe be town. The w.lls Itre of med finish. ant it the most deeirahle of any on the Island. Wi-Iow.A'.a inisrrdrir,&.tc.
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. tral lUilruad .. roof i. tinned. There i. vaemt lot ..d.j..ioinJ. Gas has been introduced and many ober improvements Dove l CMBty.J uly 2. iS31dtAdminlstratxix'
MACHINE I 0 R Ie Company. j I hut will be sold with the Louee.if Jr. made since last .eUM

REOFLAR PACKETS. Tilt JarkwQville Foundry .ire
Sleas;, r<4iuaarriTef.-.4iCa4r>.>t n every Works are BOW prepared g Aprfl.if BELLEfII.\ SE ft FINEUtK.I the very liberal petmnajce heretofore reeeinci.jll1. ALL PERSO.v having just rlaiau of any dtstiip.
.25-lin W. B. MILLER 1'ropnetor.
Feadjy. and leaves en Taee4ay mornings.N I upon short notice -N B.-If lot soil in two weeks the a. sgsinstth.Estate el Chartee Byrne.aeeetL
N WTelaka arrives every Sunday from'&r&inab.a.c4 Sew-MOTs Smithing, U hereby given to the Snbarribem bore _premise will I.a. D lit _F Stare For Sale. are hereby called apes to present Che.witaoai
returns.Tuvdav uioraings.Pteiaer Stoa'sEng.efroea OM Finishing ia far Stock in the Florid AtUniieand Drill delay duly authenticated, to tile undersigned...
Florida arrires from Charleston every to reasons of a private; nature and en Those not presented within two, yean trow this
'WedlJe,. and fttaruUD Fr'day. to hDdrecllaone branches Central Rtllnxvi Comp my that merlh., Sea Island Bailer Crtton-Gins. OWING unconnected with the bnsine', the undersigned date will tw forever barred. .

Steamer W. Gut tl arrives(tea Savaanab ev. Sugar horse Mills Powers. Steam Pumps..Boats d Subscribers will be held at the City of rpIIE'snbeeriber.grateful for the liberal patrou- offers or sale bis stock efDRUUS TERESA A.DTEJE A&.'.. :..
err WednesdayS and returns on Friday. Grist Mills. Mm .,en Thursd iy.the end d iy of S.p- 1 age of which he baa boon heretofore tbe recipient 3IKD1U1NKS: Ac. N.B.-Joseph ESIJ, of Jllb riDe.-b
Steaver PmiiUi tg leaves for Enterprise Cast inn ft Iron or Drawings and 1853, at t2 >*eU ek noon for Ihf'par. takes this opportunity to inform the Plan-: There is no stock of the same amount anywherethat my authorized Agent,ia all bonoem relative to tho
on Wedneedays, and returns on Sundays.ENTERED Bell*of any site B..t withoat e electing! nine ((9)Di cetera ofs IH! i'mn ten of Sea Island Cotton that he ntntinnes to mann'aeture eaa be better and all of tie goods have beer Estate... 21 TERESA A.BTR5E.
*" in this auction.VT parsiunceol the act Ineorpontioa. the latest improved RUItr Cotton Gins purchased on the moot favorable terms. The trade -
ben nc1.eoDlpMell& Machinists F. L DANCT double and single at the foe rates. For the is gvowiegvery rapidly, nd an tbe town is growing ml'ioUce

A eg ft-:hr Chas WOlUm. Bjd. Cbarlestftn. to put in pperation all Uae dairy ,U. 1533. (f23-td| State Enjiaerr. durability sad quality of the Gins, apply to tilt an last,a great inereane of trade may bo expected. PERSONS baring demand
-Sebr Knterprise.: Uordsn do. ne, upon reasonable term following agents: The ass' ia by far the best in town and mm Au Estate *f Ma run L'atr.any late of Celambiaewtnty. against .
-. 11-, 13-Brig Wild Pigee*. ( dftdfl. V T, 1.4 1".uc1ert aN M Georgia. Wm D11.Billard ... Southern country that holds out more test jcemeat within tho time prescribed by law presert, _this then..
M ttebMu.iota. U.111I. Y. :; ;_ Bargrave. do T D Dexter. Mineral ia this branch of bnsoiesa. Any communication fee will be plead in tar sad all Uose indebted or
-. Brig -MeTia-a Ann. fcerr, N T, AT RKDUCKD: VRH WE Ua han a very.f.nd lot of Tier and NAlIsrdeeACo. SaFpriDjtl. do. will meet with prompt attention.JOilN. said Estate are required teeosse fvwavd aad make U
Brig Olive Eell,. XT.f i Sagar dripped .n.". Ge n It Ue.cJaeksAarine.Way U. PAYS immediate jeyment. ,
CLEARED. RIFLES SliOT-GUNS in barrel'which will be sold low to close King do Wr got &.. AliJMTvsna.Btbel.Gea. Jacksonville. Fla April 3'. 18J3- ANNA MART JONES.V .
Ne. r Florida) ...
A a tow barrel ef ( gator. E F. H-m, '
Aug,-..Sehr Rwad.or.Uthenrt,S T."ia EDWARD K. 3-&f BISBEK CANOVA. A ADeLormeJfcrictulo House'fIOD.oS tE\V 0.TJI1I. may AdmiamtratriEADMIXISTKATOIl'S

Sehr W ..Tyson Leara'ng. Ber cada. 134 No. 2ND TRcrr, MeCalt CenterrinafO. eats. do, SPRING AND_ SUMMER, 183. '.1OTICC f

Hew Stars-Groceries. ABesaut.Traden'BJl, A Waterman do. ALL 1'EttS'edcredito,*, or legal e**, en
Lost \fANUFACTCRER aa4 Importer Georgia, I W A KUOE. Micai ". T IIE SUBSCRIBERS are now receinng their todiatribvtioa orataeYwboiatcr
ill Sbot-Ouna Pistols. Sb.*. .. occvrua nr MB.a. ..'.) 1 and Summer Stock efFom'iit .
and-r will be rewarded for a flair Braro- A R Kinr do, A J Priest. Flemin Bjriiig esud in Ibe esUte*f Willua Tmcott ,
TIlE Lorka. Barrels and materials for O in C Von Doh'en, euata.Dunhsr tutI Domrttic Dry ( ooJs. deeo'd
.with geU elasp obtaining hair (wbl-a TC6T reeelvel;stall supply ef King* PuTvtnanoo. Ute of 11'.801.county,_Fla, are notified
lea en will led U to their rutereet to to
,J GROCERIES 1 Mey.l1 do. Bay ward A Pewson,- the attention of buyers before
'U kiss oayo erday af.eriMxm. leaving tbo t*which they invite esbibirtbeircUima and dnaaado nitala
same_ with (lauglt| JOUN BX3ZEMAX. ii&iesaadpribsfon purchasing V whiab are offsred at wholesale and 8 B Thompson A Co. I Charleston. S C. pre..l.. V years' from'tbfs date to two
j it* 23--3m___ retail at each pnee*._ Black Crook &l'. BLflerlotdo.G.oLUrows..wsaDe Apd. EAYKtS ;hrn.1y.igmd Ad-
. Notice GOODS hare been sdeeted. and every y. B- Stove formerly escaped by blesses mibi4tn"crlOt'Jhis lI otlre will Li r.'tadj bar .
Notice- .. .
I H BTRTT days fuisdte. I wJH apply to u.. is warranted to prove satisfactory, or may ne 1ICrIb keopio'-'L"--JoWeIC Moody 4 Boal,. _' c f '0 rhP m". .' .. .1:08. %.-T.h'01lD.
i" J Judge of Probate..aaVaeoBBtr.for aa SIX WEEKS from da.I shall apply to .' ,julytf J.B.nOWELUNoUce dcessz.ssa4 DrssWbIpseiIBol.lee (t..h2&-G .ldlaLitristor..N0T1cE. .

Her,U tefl tho Real K4ate of Martin hale late .Judge. of Probate olC.. ; Ae.: ..also repairs Gins at the fewest ftfeai I'IlblioMeeting for the.Ladies.HE .. l _. .. :. -V -
Letters of Ad inte itia tb Erato _
V of ai4 ".t,. deceased, for the payment fit tbe M : ,Persons ia want of Gins wilploasadireot he1( Ladies of Jacksonville and riciniry are re. LL rEBSt'SS f
, dekta of sa'd estate.te witt NortJalelSE J end risoo,deceased. 8UADRICK ororstOtbe saboorAer at& MMTTS. :, I.-rpeetfolly Invited to attend a peNis eneating.which :A to. tbo aI..f
; l'E W I of 2.. &ad I or SC' Alligator August I, I&J3. aug-* persons will hereafter be allowed to his agents. &,VANCE-- win be held daily at the store of %.. LiCiyrtte Stafford, Ute of IinUbomugk
: i Stou! U. in TulaiI.1 if,ef Range IT i ii Notice travel on any of the boats rumiag between janelS-dea V- Hankies A &.during the spring and summer.t county, deceeua.d;will please come forward and
i E.said lauds lying seed being in sa'-d eovaty of(ci. sad this port. eJess aeeompaaied by V I ei.mi *the inert and beet selected assonmeotef etUe ibe.>4 all'creditors, legatee* sad
' ..bia.this Sdday of Aun*. UUX SIX WEEESsftardatslsbsfl.!- master or owner oe having a special ticket to _,Sea Island Cotton Gins. BOXNET8 erer. brought to this market.acrlS .' persons milled. to dunribviiea hiveS ao. V
ANA MART JOE Julge ofProbatevfec ts by&be ceI the steamers and U PASKISa UARDEE. '.ifleil to tbeirrlairar 7
for Letters of Adaiaistratioej eu rsed if reniired V some well known rrillESUBeiRIBER takes this lit to prrSfDt and tlenunda tom
Duval. < person
aug ll-lm j "_. I 1 Cottons .b jn.t Kl t;; *for' t'.cOrL4ave
ad .'#at CIte late Dr. .X. .Intended wOl piease lab. noUoe. aa this intora the planter.efLewg Stapio -orrtE-\ nppi) the Jar day of
Ten as next eredUer. M X. wig bo itrietty enforced. that ho sIll oonunuee the manufactaro of tbo latest V .p.30 II EH >LME'VD ,.brnary, 3, uf tber'et.imi1'tJI be forrrer
Thousand Aero ef Land MVldleburg. J.II2f, 1853. C OHOR1I.ActiNNttau.ur. improved Roller Ilorse Gins double and single at KV UOtJU-"ill aul _.1 uncannIly b-irreo. . :

IndwKnr V, ValoiWe Plantation, withKxtenaire 6M.LArrrrEAuAgcnU his canal rates and is ready to tn all orders the at the low price. h. D 1Ic(11E.NAILA ., COLUMBUS. sr. t -1u,A.r.,
V aches.For the repotatioa
ort pine .1d,
; BOARDING.1f at Savannah.WATER _.YelL 334a ._ .
laiproTrmeotn, I' A X apply to tbo following agents or to those who have Urge qi.aii"y just rec i "* ..<. .1'
r ..Wtfl koic* a. tArn nxUmce of ih* tat RS. n. M. BEILr. Btr4iat n BX8BXB4CAKOTA.Atwta ., thus ba. eh"'p >T, U M fUF.'i.CROCEERyOfallde.cripdOttfl.' ;
'Cot. J. 1!. JcInosu I lYl see of Al em. *ILarasirren.( Jseksenrnie.. AOMTS. S2 MOMIli .fr.r rtI.-III prveei.s cay
9.1'Frflra"Xi" f,. opeN (or the reorptioflof.'. 1-1 s.a se.V VJDalonita .CeaiorTinsse, Georgia.. (.r..I.lo.' 1ID'taJ eeocbera to'tko CoaorabU V
: ." & JM way wlik Milliard A Bargrarea. vctaiE.vD be Ja-fgo of Proh.i for I ns .lIi1'.t BiUaoro -V
i terata beesos a ..rort... ... Tk CHEAP STORE.HENBY ,Lastinxer A Harris.EOiabeUitown,Loandf Co, *> t a, as rxmtiix aa4 exrcaior I a rigU .
b. : R. EOST8 dLKBRTED %
TOE "... .IM me 01 tM hibeet :aaapaeW hi* wife of i.. *tt*ft Taoaiaa K. 4.
for the A4 isjistnt n1. .. will : TZr W; OLABE ,Saraaaaa.Ooorcia. Railroad Aeti-BnVwa Fills 1 JTUj V
H 7;it sjry M I ple 4ar; k ivlsjg bra A OOlilaad. ..eC.SisbbLitoRLSOIGfl'.tlbIrtl !* FamOy r AUerativoPUJa.Femsl .enai.Ifora b.IRC'Uewitt**' aa4
shaw the U I BJYSTXSET.b Cooper -
Cft. any one wUbing to isv.iiiiatb.Eqslp'.iets ly p inte4.and U a ow I.w.pttt ndui3auMbaeigtaktheNtwOU I Co*, ". *Pms- superior ta IIoMper'a. .hall apply forsjW1d1scbtig.! aa* I; J eko ei vilK Js1730clb33 .. B.W.Alloa.Doreboswr. .' .- Golden Pills fbrdteoaeesof->.lbmsJo rxc Hf>r. ."' .' *, '-i- '
byL. respeefly '.
lit. .
J'og.r IlMuees : 01& & .Co ,weakness and geaeral.Wttvrel : ElJ.ln .< V
WeD"1&Od _
Hridnc the a.,oesiry appuiu ...t4 Br. A. UaYegotV .flit.Be trade.eaH .& .. $ F r.'eat' APOTHECARY HALL. "
w1r\ .. City : V.
.1I.U. riIEnO DlcG-
.. J ,
; .40 well sal_ hto stock V
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Thomas Douglass, P-JLJQJjt arti e/ooaded pos Sclentifie Priuciplea,

iacksMrtlle, Dura Ceuatr, Florida,fcy ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW WLI eompoanded with purely Vegotabfsubatancis1

,7 GEORGE C. POWERS & CO. >-ACOSOLICZTOLI4V-* AND COMMISSION ,AN1 ; belig'per/rjttfy Ufewh (aktfko4hs; n W

CHANCERY. been known to fail in cnriogtheraoetoUtiniteease.

Adger'f North Wharf,? Worms can never exist when this rtme
ap 20 Jacksonville 71*. lyMcQueen CAROLINA AND FLORfDA.v .
Ifo paper discontinued until an arrearages aro CI1A&LETO.V C* v ._.- :: dy Is Wee buwt; from Ih1 Met that it not only

{ Id, unless at th* option of th*Publisher*. Mclntosb FKID'K s. raista, fS. PL iTVO3LflOwmiy7ly falatka U M U 30 Uotet. ; destroys thru hut romeres all the rliraeantl
mucus which remata.r .
will b* IcserUd on the may
tbllowiBg terms i ang3 J ci oaTlll ,-Fla,. tf & E. M. GILBERT.MANC7ACTUKER8 every Safnrfay, at X"P.M. RetnrnInwiW1eaur* .
','OiV pollar pr square, of twelr*Iin i p.under, DEALER8 PALATKA *nrrMo*Jav, I A. M.. PICOLATA, wormn tbenostdiQealt one to destroy fITI% ULJft'
eaeh subs* : 't7 and 10 A.M, and JACKSONVILLE, iTuuJey, at 3 ctp.iIthtlebat.htdi humn toJy, -li gntwetuan
w th*Brat insertion, and 75 seat for : Hopkins & BralianATTOKWEr342' in all dewrlptJons of (CAR indcfi'nite ANODYNE CHERRY
P.M-------- almost length and EXPECTORANT
. qMfti iasvrtUn. To jarly adrwtisers s liberal LAW.Orricx S__ RIAGESaiPo.'i3Smnd40WtiT.woamSTant heocmiog scoie
illlE TtOSIDA learo CHARLESTON every 6.atwm b mad* at PAUTKA, F.F, and No. 7 IInvitw-STIEiY P. M. Will leave itf.,. ?
+ S ?. TuftJay, at 3 Returning, to produce Jir! & Vilttft- Dane*, fre., auarAuaa liy known PrMlon'ftr
ay All adritIamnU nut b*palti for heforeEMrtion W ILL practice in the Eastern Circuit, Bttsinew Charleston. S. C. PALATKA.; 10 t'elockAM0BLACCltEEK which 1 5s the cause of to the any Fr
: f b'y customer. By referring 1' entrusted to their can will be promptly aU Oar stock u an txtennro ono, and purchasers 3 PUV JACKSONVILLE.Friday.4 o'clock, A.M. mny going grave cur.COUGH HOAR8.WESS Bd VtL[
unl s> a regular, not h t tfcee *
tended to. Feh215i-tf are rospectf oily wia td to call on us, as wo can These teaaeTs eonnect with all the,Interior btlietinf corapLun's hare thii (penis of OunX'Ui Coma; BRONCHITIS
to *ar tens) lh. requisite sum may b* ascer* offer great iodaeemcnts in style and pricot-ana Stages of East Florids.-and 'connectr both ways origin fromT'ipe Warm; eoneeanedtiy tfcy ASTHJIA, CttOCP, COSbUHIHov uS

- tin.4 mad transmitted with. the adrertisement B. M. Pearson any articles bought at oar establishment are warranted with the New Tork toasaship
)- *C7* Advertisements not marked with the num.U in every to pect. mar 5 ly and Wilmington Boats. eise.- -To those who are afflicted with this i w.ful dent oven in advanced Stages of sbt P

of insertions required will te continued until ATTORNEY AT LAW* Passage from Charleston ot JacksoTnille, *8. foe to hmlth. I reeorainrnd the use of ray Disease. t.i
r Jacksonville Fla.
LEONARD CHAPIN. from PieoUta and Palatka, 910. Worm yrpaitdLiter; TheS/rup to be H eombinrt in
forbid and charged for.CTf will practice In the Eastern and Southern Circuit, in all Fvr further partuulariera . 17'a Manufacturer and Dealer taken in doses of two table upocnfah three lines ef
Fire Dollars will Jbo charged for all annenneementa the Supreme Court of the State and in the U S CARRIAGES ANDllAR. -- 3.VT. CALWELt. Charlcstow, long esteemed value, with oiberw of am
of candidate for oHc( i In advance. District Court fur the Northern District of Florida. _r: kinks NESS Ao 124 BlertlBf-Street, BELLECUA FIOTUAX. a day then take from fire to eight of my Li ret recent di sro eiy,and besides) its tttukite aad
Pill to nil
dislodge worni. By strist tnalitle.
tf pis (05w acts
flO 00 February 7,1S52 : Jacksontille, through the skin /entlT
One square,for six months, : next door North of Parillion Hotel, anil M Wan- K.R.- REID, Palatka- lr following thesedirectfon,the in- af obstinate and with great efEcaey.for the

: 'Legal or'other Business Cards, per an. 10 00 Felix Livingston WORTH-STREET, Charleston. S. C.Efrganl feb 5-tf eases 0f Tnpo worm can te epetdJy en red. class of diseases. euro of tti-
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, 7 00 stock of oiicboe. Rockaways, Bugffces, -
I Letters of Administration, 5 00 ATTORNEY AT LAW, ami feuIUes, constantly on band. Prices low; FOR NTEflPflhiI.-. ROUND OR STOMACh WOB3I.
I Application for 10 00 JACSSO.IVIU.K, FLA. terms accuiuodatmg mar 517 AND INTERJIEDIATEfS7K LAIWINGS. This worm ia usually found in the small intestinrs STAB LER'S

I Application for dismissal a Administrator. The SARAH SPAtDv'55tfS and is the worm most common tochil.dren. DIAEHHEA '
steamer COED1AL
Editorial notices for private benefit will he char April 26. S---- tf Carriage and Harness Repository, INQ.Capt.. S. StaIn having .yet it is not entirely confined to them,as Is a pleasant Mixture

double the rates of advertising .- will adults bare frequently been known gaffer compounded ia ttrtr
;- gsa At lb. White llonae,tenfi ATMl-Corncr of been thoroughly! orerbanlod, uncut with
.- Q7 All religious notice! win be inserted gratuitaocly. F. Clay Barrett, MEETING AND WESTWOKTH STS., | asnmo her regular trite between this piano and with them.' The Symptom t most prominent rules of Pharmacy, of tWl

NOTARY PUI3LIC.CO7"flis4iOn'rfo' i Enterprise,leaving Jacksonville every Wedaeeday while affected with this wormare hnrdnes and peutic agents,long known and celebrated for
S Chirlsston 8. C.
communications will bo Aclneirl' at 9 o clock,A. JL,arriving at Palatka same day, nllness of the belly slimy stools looseness of their peculiar efficncj in Curing DIAERHOSir
fating lsmritt of
AH admissaU personal < /CARRIAGES of every description,at the lowe tO tearing Palatka every Thursday at SJ o'clock, bluelsh sail similar affections of the system.
the bowel the Ia
other picking at streak its
Detdr and InsfTueteait nose a
It'tinns ,
Arge4V) advertisements.pyAH ; prices always on hand, and no article sold except A.M..n connection wuh the steamer Win.Gaston action, it ALUTS KACSXA and
: bills for Job Printing, must be paid on to be used in the Stoics of such as can bo warranted in the f ill<*t term, and Florida, and arriving at Enterprise same day: under the eyes. &e. If you, or Any ef'your thy condition of the UVER,produces ftu a l..i_

NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA. t.y roar 5.-Cm M. II NATHAN.C. returning so as to connect with the steamers children hire any tbeaboresyrrptcms, HO- the reoot.W
the delivery of the work muse at the same time that in tkt
JACKSONVILLE FL123 tf Wclaka and Carolins.for Savannah and Charleston.I BENSACK'S WORM SYRUP can safely be depended enres

.07*All letters on business,and communications, D. OAKWATCHMAKER& ,- I Forfreicht or parace apply on board, or to npon-by irving it you hare a certain, disease.

wurt bo jw*fanf. to receive attention. BISBEE A CANOVA, Agfs Jacksontille. s.iffand speedy core; and if after using it according
S. Philip Fraser, JEWELER, I K. R. DUKES, Agent Palatka. to the directions the patient is not restored The Taluable? Jfedichiea above earned hare
AGENTS: A TTORXE Jacksonville, Florida. Jan 22 tf recently been introduced with the
.: Y CO UXSELLOK LAW, to Lealth,and the teornu thoroughly era spproral
'- DPIRD Tallahassee, FU.J -- .iCItO'lttE FLA. ,, KEEPs constantly on dicated from the of a number of the MentCAL. Pxcrcssiox
)Lsj..Ton 1.u y?tern,you can ret sjwared in
New-York Packet
; Q* RKSBUOI Ev}., Ocala, Fla. \ IJILL ntten-1 to any profetMonal husines: vwli' band a fine assortment olAVntrbe Line. there is no remedy beyond the graves S3 for the City hare of JUattimore and elsewhere, and in*

FU. cutrustcJ to him in the Courts of thE *. Jewelry and I nnryooJv fail, there is no such word us 'ail with those practice succeeded most admirably ia
I Jan DAKUNO, LqTarapi, (. ,a blob be oT( astern Circuit and the Supreme "onrts a ray Syrup. ar-prs-
:. Oen.3. RUSSELL, Newninsr ille, Fix lie fob 6-dw eribed They are efferrd to the Country
; his also such Prae-
Tallnltaee. en on SMALL THREAD i
4 .- : Cpt. J.J. KMGUT, AUigxtor, Fla. .eotIs connect ion with an able Lawyer at Wthn WORMS. thinner, as medicines which he can in all] ttf

4 B. Farce Esq., Garey's Ferry, f Ia.QEO. ton City nt mil ensure a prompt unJ spec MALONE & TAYLOR, pects depend npon, as prepared in sgreenent
These the
worms to which the human with eiperience of some of
system i* theorist
-- CcTca, Esq St. Angnstine, Fla. Tcollectku ufauch claims RS may be placed Lumber Commission Merchants, Packets between New Tork, Jacksonville, nn
Judge A.STCCLE, Cedar Keys,Fin.s. n his hsn 6th Js 1S49 atrainst the United States. xL..DEL1Bx.t: ,composed by theNew awl fast sailing They are generally to le fotnnd ia the rectum. with the rules of Pharmacy, and ccnformily -

Cusn, Esq., Pilatk.o, Fla.JACK&O Sept. ly Terjr respect full v solicit conivments of Schooner, and allowed to rrmiin. from the irritation peciatly serving big conretiHice, who cut as*

S PalEST, E'q., Flemlngton, FU. &,u/zeri Lnmlcr ami Shingle*, tic. JOsEPHQRICK, 270 tons, A. Rooeas, Cora'r they produce, l lay the foundation fcr serious cot so readily M the City Phy Ki a Late hi*

Sarann* On. MARRIAGE Liberal advances m-Uc. liefer toIL JERSEY OAK, iso Ions, J. 3. RO< *HS, Com'r di-'orders. each ns inflimtion ef the boweK own prescriptions compounded by a practical

C. P. Coore, Esq., HAPPIXESS AND COHPETEXCE T. BROCK,PAifa., | E. T. RICUARZtSOYPiSZQ. will ply regularly between the pcrta. and Other derangement of the stomach. The Pharmaceutist.

T. E. BcnaoucJeL-sonv/1r, 1k. Agent in New York, best and safest medicine that can bo used isHOBENSX See the dcfcripiire Pamphlets to le bat

: Ab 12-ly JOSEPH GRICE, U'aterst.Agentsiu ('K'3 WORM SYRCP. Such is the gratis of all who hare the 3Iedicincs for

tB: Lai ''DF3ti : WHY IS IT I JacScsonrillc, astonUhing power of my medicine over Atta containing recommenda'ions frcra Doctors talc;

That w*bthol mtny femilei. Heart i is the mfn.lnnbnJtm ef lile SMITH &WIIILDEX RIsIiEE I i c.tOVA.Aentlnl'utatka radu, that I defy any one to produce a ease MARTIX, DCLTZLLC, ASDISO.Y, Ptsr ll
is health imf tpintt with a eomi tiettian of dumld ....., where Worm Syrup and Liter Pills Lore &e.Doct. t r,
my are recommended
., .
ol .nJ lmeuts.d.po'.g theja ofth. power tr il* .t..Iof DEtLLRSIN
Uivi8 received from New Tore a supply If. *a .ge at..yIi.k.I b.ahh. buoyancy ol..v.nta.i.d TAINTS OILS. AND GLASS R. K 1>UKE. to be used they will not cure. All S B. MABTIX sirs -I do net hesitate

--, Type and other materials suitable for Job Printing be PrvdiHuia.eruav otoiu.dnsmg**c..Many from a coodiuo.obt.Itb. nub All jro*!* directed to their CARE will be that is necessary is to use the Syrup in accordance to recommend your Liaitkaa Ciaaud A

we are now prepared to execute, at the shortest notice I Be&re.iwrhnpxIiinnfrirtlwKMl.orthe ofthe cauaea of h.raaffennK*ftratrearaof at flnt-rerhapt mami year**- 3pNa. PROMPTLY FORWARDLD. with directions on etch bottle; and in Jyn Chevy ErferttTait," i e. *

an kinds ofPamphlet w*"*ia their nifta M light aa to ri annoncnl,and elcoarttn""e'"L September 1.1852. tf. [Republican cnpy. cisen gentle pnrgitire i* rcqomd in cnlerto Doc.Jou' APDI OI, tjtIt pircj memucli

*. Circular. IN AKTEH TEAKS, .GIj EAST 0.tY,OI'PUSITE I'.an.!M.UtK, allay the ir ion ihejrprO'luc, tie Lirrr pleasure to a
Law BlanVs Haul Kills, cit n gLEsToc, S.C. Pill ,by their synptlhisiug action fti.d he ilthy infarorof the exlraotduary treaty of a.
\\Vlt too late to b nBtied bv knomletle'. look year
wr w
3> U rM Card, Show Bills, luck and mourn,and regm iL* full cu *(ueucea of oat They keep constantly for f ale, a general operation upon the bowels, is the most pleasant Dtarrhaa Certfi/l" i.c ; and vf te Erjxao-
-- \tiling Carls, nni .f La41n;, tcnvrettc*. awortraent of medicine Ibat can be tokenHOBENSACK'S roar, "I bare no hesitation in
&C., &.C., fcc. U inSt wrald we not olte KIT*to pnr** i* rarlf lifr,|h* rtcfcameadirg
.- Labels, hnowlrdn w* obuia in alter sears And what dijra anj PAINTS A OILS of all kimln. WINDOW GLASS it, as a n-Oit valuable medicine, 4e.
c:7-AflillsfQr tcorL ef the kindttflepailin nicK of anguuh *. might not hats been futd.. if tt.k..oel.dge AND? \ IIE. .SPTS. TCRPE\TINECAM. LIVER PILLS.No Drct. R A.PAT, T,says be baa n'ed the
.- 1.werv. Juno 14. uai tiiBtlyfoaxutd. It isMKL.A'VCIIOl.Y PIIEVE Sl'IKIT GA?. TALLOW, part o( she system ii, more liable tods- Cordial in his practice "with Diarthan -

AS D STARTLINO GUINDSTON D?,COP.I'AOE.LEAD case than tie Liter, it bun;supplied with numerous pleat tfftcr,and thinks itoce of the tae hap

-- "MAN KNOW THYSELF." To behold the ieknaa and rafleiia*edard by many a wiT PIPE, IUO.V PUMP, CHAIN APOTHECARY HALL blood vesacla arid nerves,and if tll-t- cynical and efficient coitUntjoesevr most CCD-
for tmycara,from eaiuca airnil and controllable raulrnowdicd PUMP?,ic.. Ac. AND eitedtbe blood of course flowing through nil cffrrtd
An invaluable book for 25 cents. "Every family -or bcucr iII.-iiot tncarrad,if every march 12-ly. TEA 10 our JrOfpj00hDuct.
-- than DEPOSITORY.As parts of the hotly produce Zirr Cea>fleni'tt L. 1}
5 should have copy. 6000 copies sold in less WIFE ASD MOTHER hanDy, write, 'I hire sdn>iois-
; ,- three months. A new edition revittd and improved GEORGK ABBOTT .c*b CO. >.3, Dr. Syntf't A>w ButUtng. J'izuadice, PLies: AtaioosDspi.gth. $-c frf. tercdyour Aiiedyie Erpttterat, ia
-5. ,jost famed.DOCTOR Toaaaaaad lh*informXioa eoataiced u a little Tolamc(with frrtnlrxae -
nUNTERS MEDICAL MANUAL u the reach of all)wlucb would apart to berwlfTEUJIS Ho.07 East-Bay, (opposite Boycei Co's WhaVharlettan Where is kept constantly on'band a largo and f gTIt Ci31PL.11NT of UivncLitil ffccticn.with tie r lrrv

-5'. : Book for the Afflicted. ContainIng OP MISERY, S. C.DEnlias well selected assortment ofL'RUGS' Ij attended taiHs.-sncreeded hy ftrer. sc.r itnilit, anti frtm a Leualedgeor 1(9 nitimelleefi"

: Treatment AND CHEMICALS. in/
outline of Origin. Progress, n-
an Aid to her litubnd th* conatmt toil nd annetr, cf mind, I's '
sF : and cure of every form of diseaee contracted by eceturily darolTinf npo him Iron nckaM* ol the mi*., SPIRIT GAS AXI) (itJu'1Th'NE and just received by late arrival, warranted fresh fitter tislc, yellow turml tongue, pole full cora' i end if, &..r.I .
S Promiscuous Sexual Intercourse, bv Seif abuse, or wilhont giii turn d's l orponanitf of*c : which hu eiertioiu am entitled.*ud tk* |>oa>n>ion with lasnpsof descript'on fur the genuine
c by Sexual Exces with advice for their prevention rl which would Mean th* happuttuof himaelf, wif.,*iid orery same. PcrfuincryComb3Bru cci.Soap3Lainp by pri9--ure, should the left lobe be aiTorted, >Tniini,trred th e Erjectntnt to LLs wife, abcs
in familiar style, avoiding all medical childica.SECVRJS. AlAOEaglith the ia bris bm the Brmcftiru
written a pjinisgener.illy the left shoulder nub fcrfetnt't
.- S -technicalities, and everything that wonld offend THE MEANS OF CS1Brhret.iniiif awl American White LcaJJ'amtaof Burning-Fluiti, &c., a short dry cough tie sin. Incoming tfa, yel- that she is>recovering frrm her f'f'f, ard
from the result of some twenr' which will bo sold low
for cash.
ot decency kind
t ; the ear devoted ia time Mtfacted of the atmrkdce,th* wnl e\try Linseed and Sperm 10:: aearacce, soil (he stooh'tl y tolertrl.- icf mainly. Irhnoinafrw wet-ks Jasne bcrro
ty yean jueee 'ful practice exclusively of which tia,c*ud the awkneaa sod .f uioiiaaiid Country orders and pnnctnallr atlen peeler Oil Ghis This'iists4cqn > good than
&c. re all
to-the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. In *ww ef aach conteqaei no wife orjnotb If tics Putty, PUCSICZAtS'S rKscwpiio' rcrtr witu caggAnPDIs4TCU. ] by the aiseeFIIOfiES.ACKS the rrmrtlirr she hit liereInforr -
ubl if the neilcet to atail hcraelf of that knowleilK* mtc nnrcb I 217 LIVER PILLS, ns they act directly used unjrr able mrdirtl f tnrcil.
-c $rtt to hrnelf,which wnnld tpr her wnch
To which is added reo'pts for the cure of the (lie mObs cf h'lfrfrttii and prosperity to tier Imaband and upon the atcf tbe'liseise.nn'l then operaririn SIXTEEN of the test
:- abort diseases, and a treaties on thocaues. symptoms confer.pon her chihli**that bleaMnf abo.e all oic.-h.alilry WM. 31. SODA-WATEll) SYPilTS. upon the bowels they expel all the corrupt anti K3j cscTJ" lie ('ii; ..>f li-ilsimere.
bftdiea, aindv That acoBtaiceil LA VTOX&CO
healthy knomledf .
in -W
and lor w rife
Fever traitiEp.f
and Cure of the Ajno. twenty- a liul wink entitled of my own raanrfactnrc. in their highest state of ritiitedmattfr.DYSPEPSIA. i}>r j r'r*r>ti us known
fir*coats a copy: cue copies one dollar: trill te FACTORS had attheconnter 'is Ftfb'T1* Auf'fuf Ck'try ETpcrrdt anal
of the United States, THE MARRIED WOMAN'SPrivate
forwarded by any part by nunClflIfllSSIOfl Stalia't Viarthga
ot I) are mtlteiies cf
TLecyinptpmi ) pefjii, curl its various
mail, free of pottage. postage paid,
Cosdra A Co, Publ-shers.or' box 193. P.O, PhiTa."This Medical Companion Merchants, TEAS. distst'! are JiliiDers in the head. heir, great valor >,i rl very tJficitMt for the relief anti

is, without exception the most comprehensive Xo. 13 SOCTlIEn.X WilAP.r A cent for the N. Y. I'tktn Tea itnpnTiy. lpression after eating meal 1,. sourness*iri inj cure of the dieenc r* !'nr *!KI th.y are r'commended

and intellible work published on the class EY DR. A. JI. MACRICE1C, CH1KLES1OX aWm. C- lEt of direct importation and ettKirfy-four fr<>m the stomach, JLc, and some tires gtner I they bear the evidence of skill and

of diseases of which it treats. Aroidlrg all technical .t. t.wten, I\Vro..V.. TaTIor. Twieties,from Ito 1 Ib in a pa-tags. languor c.fihe whole body; from this it will bewn care in their prer.trition on-i srile of ultieg
terms it addresses itself to the reason of its rierzs.a or Dioceses OF WiC5 IL Wainright Eaoon, | Joseph T. Dill.ure'i All tlamut loir that tLediaeasa Onc5ltscriin toa
  • ictirruntt
    readers. It is free from ail objectionable matter, Out UuniriM FJitie* ISmt.,pr.250. Price, 30.1, 12-ly fa.f rent fly prices.GARDEJTAyD iyi'iiz4 litaiefilie
    and no parent,however fs'tiditu can object to (on nn* nria, CITSA smomo, (I M] FLOWER SEEDS, ( LFVEIt PILLS fy the *--<- -- "- Twr.- r ,
    in the hands of its sons The anther WILLIAM M. TUNNO
    _,t yfacing it to the treatment of the Font pabtubed i.1S47.slid it it inC 1f.1.VTR, &e. cine to affect a permanent .n d lost - r- V -. t ,
    has devoted many years Factor and Commission Merchant.THER COUNT IIY DEALERS -; --5eA,4--; .
    various complaints treated ot and "with too little SCRPRIZIXQ OR WOSDKUFTt., C7" supplied. BY O'suFIt aaibey act by clunping the eretoin n- c i' -
    - little to impose \ WHtKF.V4inKlisTo.'si.utTILCAS l\o,acromntwediruAeatJt, T.McJIILLAN. of tine unto ;b-e- ii : ii'3' _' -. .
    breath te pat'and 'too presumption Considering that EVERY FEMALE, Liua tions rstem a healthy ae .zt n
    -3m' ,' he has offered to the world at the merely \\HETIiKn SIAIUIIKUOK AOTc hers eept4Id2. tfK. mar 12-ly renJerirz tbe Moo- pure .inI healthy c'C... -
    t4 nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some 20 sequin a full knswiedg. of tho nature, TO FEMALES. ,i cei" : "in..p-4

    most successful practice."-Herald."Xo character and causes of her complaints. If. ISnkcr, POIHSEsTS' INDIAN LQXECUST. --'Ic' ,
    years with the various rinptoms, and that Ton will find these Pills nn mra!'wK : r k: i tff s'touM be without the
    :. teacher or parent iiip BROKER AND 1 .. .., ,
    GFICKRU i for
    4 nearly COMMIS. r-frs wLicb
    doom ticb they are t re-
    ronpUir.r to
    knowledge imp uie TIlE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE EEilEDT fril d.
    IILLF A MILLION COPIES ION MERCHANT folifen efficirrt a..l ic,
    would save years ofpain.mortification and sorrow FOR THE CURE OF ject Ic, ot.struclions either trtxltr parti, tiT itis'jctkn gire vrh f sr.
    to the youth under ther charge.-Peoplis Adv. should bers b*.n aold. SAVANNAH JA. hey hove been foun I of inetimit benefit in to sU?
    A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio,._ writing ofHunter's It n iinunciKabl to eoorey fully tbe vanou anbjrcuUeald Chronic Diarrhea and Dysentery I the The there liotli-se s.f 5' eommrndtin nmunNTFGf tie-ia
    -.. I of.aa Uiefar* of a Mtnr* atnctly inlcuded for lh* March .20, l"Z2. ly e trrjrg an- pnrifyfn bood ur..l thrr
    : Medical Manual, say "Thousands upon anarmd. or thoM (oniemi Ulinf .wrruf ,, but no frail.dci. Which hit errr ben prttened to tht public. Itstcndt fluids so a, t4 care nit cor.pliifjfs which! ins the Mtdicsl Faculty Ph.rn thousands of our youth, bv evil example and the ....ofenjnyii'*beiltin.and that beamy,eovaeqaentapo* ; tictiiol tih sfiiidinsr and Jlrn-h,
    have been led into the health,which M aa cordon ,,to her OWB bacpneia,and unlof Boston & Gcnby tijio* ii:own merit,,.'rndaeeds HO puffing C rise fro in rertinfe irrccularitirg as hci Ucbe, oem of lee
    -. S influence ef the passions, hr hnibaod.bat cither haa or will obtain it,aa haa or will diruceisof si first respretabiiitr.lionld be snffiritntfo rat
    hf pin in tEe wi4r
    habit of Mlf pollution without realizing the sin every hatband who haa Uw lore and aSTeciMW of hi* wife athart. COTTON FACTORS A.VT) UKXERAL cIT hAS SOT FAILED TO CURE IN A (, bick. &.. icy all, th and fearful conseqnenccs upon themselves and their .or that of hu owa tcaniary loifrOTeanat. COMMISSION SINGLE ISSTAXCE._ 3 Three pilisarthf only eafran-I I rffittqal remeJr nre rr'jr / /rra/
    HER the afflicted .
    CHANTS by and ths
    of thousands who : to cure'iefaUo inf eomrliint Gout.Ner- th y ire of a Uiffrr-
    posterity. Tbe constitutions UPWARD OP ONE IIVKORJCD THOU- mfl-'Yaluiie preparation I is compounded ) >:
    are raising families have been enfeebled if nut AAD COPIES COKSER B\r AND JITFEBSOX STBEX-TJ, JL frrm e-Teril medicinal Touarcystthnch olv.ick jferdaeh''. GjIli.I Cur Stan pand' clays frrm 51eP'Qrintkryy" sad

    ?. broken down, and they do not know the eatise or Har heea EST UT MAIL,within its list few month SAVANNAFI, GA.MX the Wilds of Florida. It Is rratLYnnJmotLT roots-growing iu Rlir'onmr-ind Bireg' | lIPniijmr sof Cure Ali, eomuchinu ike raMic.

    the cure. Any thing that can be done to to enlighten i \IITION TO THE H"ht nr HI focf of tlie Irs tlmt For sei ii JT Vrngghr,, Apotheoaries ant
    and influence the pnblie mind as to cb ek. rriiLIC.un HOTO- f jonH. Gtrxcr.Xor. Vegetable, and destined E PFCUCLT for the fre-ti'iff-ctions any | I. IBM. of tl,e Lrier. impirity of teBlooljor
    and ultimately t* remove this wide-spread source NOT DKFRAfDEDII' Cm cure of the ILbOY disease. :The In tenter an.I H. STABLER & TO.WnoLiSitr .

    ef human wretchedness, would confer the greatest lin on!.* "D:. A M. Haor1r itj, 120irj Proprietor is fully continerd that it is an in* eonstiI sum n offhel3or l-i. DtrcoisTS.

    t blessing next to the religion of Jew Chrut on the MTMrt.N.Y. U on the title page,sod ti.entry FORT & DUNHAM. raluaMe Medicine. In fact the test thiit he MEDICAL EVIDENCE.We ISO Pratt Street B.ilnmore.

    present and coming generation Intemperance > U.c, Ci.raIEiegon lilt bark f dnetitlepnigr; and has given it in the town in which he reside*, the undervigined Physician*,hiring htdlierecfift'ff Sold Jseljnnrille.. br ,
    intoxicating drinks though It bat if r-iij! of re>c> ci>|)l and honnrabUi dealers,or atndt
    ?r.: (or the ff/lDTDSa AHID: and the tutauistJng with which it [ theif miinufictDre subnittrd to
    sweet has
    trl rg3m
    thousands thousands, is not a greater uiu.l a.ili-.s to lit. A. M. Matiriwau, aa there JOriN M. PA TNE.PKOFESSOR .
    % slain coarreU the humsn upon race. Accept ray thanks on :m tyniruHi* sod auiTrpuUous Inflrrngtiavftti vf ef>} COMMISSION MERCHANTS.! met, Warrants him in saying that it in a PO>ITlVECUnC. u< for Inspection, any, that the ingredients

    behalf f the afflicted, and, believe me. your coworker He has therefore come ta (he which thij ire eonstqeed mikeg them the beat ALEX. C. SARRTS
    In the good work you are so actively engaged I..CT UVE T AVirR AtD IITJSBANDPO SAVAK7JAH, GZOZOIA.nCMlT determination to place it within the reich of Pill in use for all diseases of the Lirer, Impnrities TnICOPIIEIIOrS.

    WF in" DEKI R. FORT. T. K. Dt'SIfAM.OMober ill, knoning how many suffer with this very of the Blood,Ice OR MEUH'ATKD COMPOUND

    tjc. One copy win be forwarded (securely enveloped rn .a.i,4t for Ignorance, when Tgnvntnr 30th. 1852 tf. unrlcftMut and often dacgerous Disease,particuUrly GEOT1QE WOOD. hi. D. beanffying.! Carting Frewrh
    4 and poster paid.) on receipt of 2i cents nr six b Miw-ijr, is tUoo* ** hold near ami dear, _______ in the i-outhrrn and Wistrrn Suites. F CROWLET.M. D. FOR Strefijtthening the, Hair, !?.Restoring;
    cmii hen to Relieving Diseases
    COSDEI t Co PuV.ub dispel our Ignorance I* tIUi -
    copies for $1. Address. 5. our reaxb.T J. HOLMES. In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be '- L.llOWENM.p. of the sV, n. eoring rheumatic pains and

    -T-q era Box 190 Philadelphia.and book enab'e General Commission Merchant. pnrticnlar unJ look for my written signature I'Pni.sise n f>'b 'tijiu. eliari g lbs s'g- healing external wonnct Bounded lr v>s> ge.
    Booksellers, canvassers agents sap- every me In 4oci therepntatlon
    plied on the most liberal terms. aprSO ml-I nvMy of p<*+.t>ing a copy, sal that no wifemuihr 100 on the label. nature J. N. 1105 NSACK"asall ethers are f Barry Tricoph-
    ii < and semi nnlnfH-med upon the many WALL STUEET, NEW YORn. ROBERT POINSETT worthless Imiutiocs irons pervade the Un on. The isles of the article
    flEAD-Pnu-env.t.v'na MEDI .unen. wtiUh. fK..r <* later, are dii>uue l to of Iat.years have inerossw in a rati that aT-
    ; qc < mat Will pay particular attention to saCs of Voile P S. Planter should not -without this Agents wishing new snpplie, and all Others
    most exceeds
    Established 18 by fearful rsrnjf upon but health, nnJea fnnr.led arslnut belief. PrefeaaorBsrry. after
    years ago Pine Lumber
    ; i Third and Union inJ disC n* wmwdent and affrctbioate hnnband hate Lire Oak and oilier Southern Tim valuable, MeJiciue., Every family ought to wishing to brcrmp njtnt?% Toilet nd'tres( the careful examination;of hr,rales' a
    of book
    ?. IV. find that
    His***!*, corner ber and produce and to order for *
    t Dr. between Spruce and Pine its.,Philadelphia .ue* lo upbraid falmaetf with Qrvtect of the welfare Merchandise. tf -purchasing keep it on hai..]. -. i *_- > Proprietor. N. IIOBBV*ACK. a: his Lihor- the number tf bottles doTirered to order, in
    I street >f his wife a tumpbti rt Utinr-nx doe US.
    t fS EIGHTEEN years of extensive and uninterrupted /,U TMi-i ig* tiail Index of (.Vs/onfaT paw lugcttu-r eoita nine 1tSKlrkMa A. M.HEED, principal. Agent for Jackson, atorjr.JTn. 150 Nftrtb f ECOND- Street- ab ,ref ties of from half! a xroff,apward. daring the year-

    S. practice spent in this city, bavo rendered Dr K. {*** tile bu>4, will be stint free ttf alia ry* U H, ROCKENBAUGH tille. .t iaee..rI1lLtD1LpfIIA' 185X wsswithin a tnfleof MO.COO.

    : the most expert and successful practitioner, far and -iii} tn vt ito L'ntted Ctatet, by aOUri'M.nff, |K t-rial4, Jocksouvilb.Angusi 16, 1531. ly oi.l bjJIDriif g ll tlMjJItrcbamj'in the It is nnnecewarf tic trvsetit at length the erf
    ; near in th* treatment of all diseases of pnrate u h< F..ti. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,- United Stale?, t njiy H-lT deuces of tbe wonderful properties of the Tneep

    h.:i nature. Persons afflicted with ulcers upon the U ben Knowledge Is *tl* cn1pat.l 112 Pearl &, 4Vlc York.1AUKFUL XQTICE. ? *; ra UL when the mobile h.v.-ou.s.n..a ._ -
    S body, throat or legs pains In the head or bones, to be IfnoraMt.J1 "" Lirectlonifcr nsing Pulns ttVYdtlJio Lose GEO. n: SMITH A; co., donement as this TbtveDesrvtv ef the tee
    k- mercurial rheumatism, strictures gravel, disease ?" On rew-Ipt r>f One Drills <*r the lIne EOItl.m / attention will be given to sales o tust will be found on the lntldeot the wrapper APCTIOXEE3ING COMMISSION and the explanations,, of chemeal aetfesj
    from yowhful excesses or impurities of the extra binding) "TUE MAEKIETDOMAiVa \J Cotton. Rico Engar Lumber Timber, and each bottle. Wheie 4 upon the bite,the sealp. and in all cues ofs nei>.
    ; h- aristae whereby-the constitution has become en- I'UIVATE M J>10AL rOMPAMON-ta sent (moVed other Southern Produce. Also, Merchandise pnr, pu there, is fcrcr- tieoj- :_ XEKCHAffTS,! fie'al irritation, first recommended it to the attsn-
    s : bleep, all treated with success. free) to any part of tb. Untied Btatea. All letter mud chased on most advantageous terms. Juno 19lyJOSEPH ing thediuessf, a purgative shonlJ-ln ntryI JACKSONVILLE; E- FLA. Von of tho people. TVs? was aJl that the inventor

    Se.bte&are whoiplacM himself under the care of Dr.K., be port-paiX and addmmed to Or. 1.. 1!. AUL'UC ---- an te used before tie Loieccst. 'ShouM desired. Ercrr botte sdrertised Itwlt -Tke ef.
    H* C \ Box 1224, New
    : rtligously confide in his honor, as a gentle- iO IJbefl7tevtNwYork.-York City. PublishIng. Office, _CRICK there be a tendency tofnflamntioii.:pnrt' 'moJleri tPIIE SlTBnlUEP.Save entrt. into c-n. nets of tbe fluid exceeded exportation.. 't acted
    nuy tontt1telY upojrbw atoll as a J>hy.sical tclj,and give{ the Loiccnstinsui.vIIcr.ilosei .1. like a charm. Tbeladies would not to w boat it
    TO for the
    man Ia N ew Tork eltr, by String r t Tewnsond. Adriaoe MERCJfAN'T, partnership Inn-pose ofcarrying on the Country dealers in reetion
    notice, than tba f rery of the TJ
    T.kepaflwtdaf $ States
    verIsgesIoee above busIness and
    ni' ,
    are to make sales
    ; Shermank4o.Dewitt A
    ;; themselves ? ,- Davenport, ? .dtJ'32'uEiVYORX.; found they wu-n hate it 'and
    4 younjinii'b0 hare injured by a Birocs t Co OffieS 129 Liberty street,near Green either on consignment or at suction, (one of the { thuqwuhniltp a
    indulged In-a habit frequenter KlICT and prompt atfentlsn'gireu to thi ,ale wbole&e trade of an extent hitherto unheard of
    S certain practice wleh. S DR.: JOSIAH;ASHURST Arm being an auctioneer) Both of tbe'firm are
    J,arn d from *tfl eotnpaatons or at school; tbe efets :-y of alt articles of prodaeo entrusted to his care, well acquainted with the merchants and citizens of as regard*articles of this kind. Tie behest print

    e- .- cf whkhkre nightly felt,wa hon aslew.and .nn<1 all orders promptly complied with. WILL: keep' MEDICINES- hand for the the Interior- which grres them the adrantage of bat not yet been reached, and It is believed that
    -. destroy both mind and body, should applr imme4iat JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY April 34. 18S2. -- tfs : cured making ready sales anygoods raerehandire the sales of this year will be a Billion and a half of

    .)r- "TVeak JS and eonstitntional debtlit .lois 4KBMACHINE - Consumption, :Bronchitis, AstLina, ,Piles, which may bo sent to them on consignment. botile. Depot Msnufaetory.No. 1ST Broad-
    ,and physical lassltod*sod gen< 3. W Williams way New York. Retail priee, 23 cents larre-
    ef ssuseular energy irriUkllity and all nervous affoo WORKS.T'HE ; OU Ulcers, Drcpsy; Dj epnta, &d. They1 wiltjfiretheir tales. attention to ,maktejr'goedandlmntediate bottle Liberal discount to purchasers ly the>

    1 f rai.msTiaduMStiOB, sluggishness tt the liver and Jaeksontil1o1'oittdrj and Ma- oLnsso4y4L'RgJr4z'r, All Irregularities..obstructions Ddeiees e$ info. heilpatronsgofrpm merchants Tfey wonld and respectfully tradcsmon ouanVty. Bold by *11th.prIncipal nercbanfsaixt

    every disease in any way connected with thei daor.d Works"ar* cow prepared furnish, i -- JACISOSTIU.I, Flu males* M, w-,11- be Also regulated! hand-his restored orv suppressed.- etnereitle,'who wish to-nell goods In, our market..Any drurirsts, throughout the United Statas aad Cans
    cured and full rl on ratnaVe ;4l di. Mexico. Great Britain,* .
    of the procreative functions I upon abort notice,: basinets cx
    t ITKKPS m their line win h
    S eonatantly bsnd end for salo rmptlyat.
    a jen P'At'IIJi Y uM E D I QITTtfS: gold to Jacksonville ky -
    restored.r IV tended tos- -*
    got -
    L Read* Yontii and Manhood. A Vigorous Life, Paw.MRTsT"SteamEcgines.frora Smlthlrft! Tnrntrjf and prat swortment of Among them may be fonud Compound Tonic Pills. --cEorahIT.ssnrn jane 4-cm. J.M.PATNE, Dmgrtst.I .
    one Finishing in alltheirbranches. _
    Preniatuf Death-This V.ek just published JbEitlEANIr PROVISION Antifebrile Medicine .3 ,
    or i. to hundred horje. PJIs.Propsy *. Ptle Ointment. 1JOINW.! PRICE
    is filled with useful Information,on the iaftrmatiesnd Sugar Mills, Pumps.BteaniBoats. S OF,TBS JlE*f SfLECIKrjS, -- Diseases unnecessary name,will be eared fn a y f43 >octor Yonrelf.

    _ _ is4a* rcf the Generative O gini. It addre hone Powers. and Saw- and will sell Uim lower for m A than few days; and cent alwayt warranted and *10 for. RerEtitcts A M R'scd, Fernardes'Zn t/Jt SiTHBPOCKET ESCCUlPICS rrwy

    ) Poe itself alike to Tenth,Manhood and Old agoand- Gnst Mills.' -- -,. bought elsewhere In the South. foiled in cases ef(fell***,. The usual remedies will Co.'Tl Bonltep .1Cc, Bamvef'Trnnams. AT n>'Jt Gene. his Own Physician. -.Tb. fortieth edith ,.

    should b*red by aW. Castings of Iron orBrara. 1 Drnwlngsand iatlmate.m Country t>roijac taken in exchange, at liberal not be prescribed. No ehargo-made for,examisa Boorftt/aeksonrnie; Boston A Gundy?J A Larnneb, witn en* hundred leEjrrarinfs. showW tiinascs

    ? Tbe ralvable adrfcs and tmprenlre warning It Bells of any sis*required without chsrge J .- priceivgtafcx r tionsaadpftscilptioas. ..... -. :, .. .., ... ,..?..?., E M M ere*Co,-Seaborn Goodall, Savannah.JarJsmrtillsRJas.JewI.1853. from malformations ot the human System in city
    sires wDl prerent years of misery-and suffering. bltbirseetiolpf----. comer of Unloa and Forsrth streets,for. DIsA'4sD SL4 NS tf shapo and form To which It added a traatue*

    sad save annuaOy thousands of urea. -\TboB r q Iredc'TOpe<..t'-nhrbfnfris firnimbod mirly owned and occupied by Mr. Jas Annstrong.t of no use to their owners, in a hopeless condition, : the diseases femalosvbnng of th* Vches impw.
    Parents reading it irill team how to prevent lo put in cpperstlon alt Maehioerr:purchased v M Jackaon31d.L5.i85L.crINcIijioviE. -- : wUlUporchas d.> Address A i'.. ii JOSEPH V; HERNANDEZ* (anon to marrd people *r-tho.. e.t vplatof.g
    toedstr r/e*.f their ehUdreiu us, upon reasonable teraan. ---- -- Dr ASnURSTyMbonTflIe F. DBAPrnL A1'Q'D' ThILOB mamaKe by Wx ouao. M D. Ut ao fathai
    *0A rtmtttane* of 24 cents, enclosed ia v wtfer. MO4LZT 000KIN.- : Pay the postage cyovr.kttrs.r' --, JarkseuvUlcEes$ Fleridat be ashamed to present a copy of the J *eKjapts*
    ad4r*e4 to Pr. KKfKELW, N.Weomer. hiaests.Tc : .- .- to his child. It may save him from asj early grar*.
    ---.FnandersandMs ---- = -
    Third a4 Vales streets, betw.en Spruce and Pin : (hilt JACKSONVILLE MALE INSTITUTE JOSEPH-- V,HERIfANDEZ retfmt tjr t4s Let: no yonnr man*r womaa esterl.teahe. seerel
    to his
    rhusds.pbtawmsslea-r. ibookeeder careiope, X the.boyu Honae. would bl cations of married Hfowitboai read leg ibeRs-
    cspectfuUysolicit J
    friends the nbK
    an4 gsneraJly the
    ( liberal
    S the Thy LSWIT7L M enlapius. Let no on from backnled
    j6f. the.
    pethWtie-tnil. patronage pttblia, There-.atthls; a
    has and
    k- teceired.
    piit siit o* af stress Trf K,iy letter.wMlslW SheaJraC.pev.jeM aeiet IV.rLer 1tlme some lye to iii roomjoeoginduy..J. 5- a-i-O.r patronage UnHo to-.bnsin, tel snortS ai'eo&5nane hopes, by strict > ee.ghpalniath.: sidv
    *141 be caved at horns. - Jciqaytat ,!S.aiDd1 r : -rfEEgenti'U3tJraa4 the same with Ore ldsoc5.TbeMnua.Iabithin: : J *- ... i-Eatei- of TnJttoa.. --. ?1OrthdgrpbytRea4bg sam <-j1a'sngjostreeivad$ a fine'anMitwieate ef the' Ieelipgt',1 aad th* whofe trai* eftyg.1it1c >>
    *purrnf.e4e1bb-D1reiu4b.flrtia : -' *a.rimeih ono hundred Bnd fifty,ardotthe PostOffiaa and ,'DehalagpAritbmtW) ma 3 gond1coaistlngotbiseac.4 Mack CLOTH9.* lions and rlren up by their paymeia*.U saotbtf
    scpding a Miattln ; fld put Mcmreron 'wharf ef. Tb nod d is fsrG moment without*onsult},s u* Efevlapins. Bar*
    ed by up "- XV4" of-TINW1&R t-hie"wdmtaufk4tere, csijrD agent n8 ott'i Peamsnln, per quarter of tieienUeb-$4OU diffcrant .blaek aad eolerad CASHMEI
    tho married ortho.,
    nitipnrioifty: 7 .: 7nbf wbieW ebfertni* bVorabU tetfct as eau be four hozseZeotteb and wv hone hsck mail lints, GeoaripbytIramaI.lIcesarsiLIanA1 WENS an4DRILLS of aay
    S redlers, Wrasses,; rebase l Man etaWlsfcmem if the both leaving for OcalaCjamLweeklrK For farther ImpedimentJadUiiatru Ts ful book, asitkas
    p < kto4r9orth Koepiiig, ; 6,99 diferaipcterns..XiuR411G3&e., &e. direct
    bees the of
    rti$.B! r* ifplYattLdeoeeo mesas sarhg tnousaads ol tifortaaai
    z or 6o*lh.-* Holt 1s -propsr* &toI-i a' C $ -. ._ In -- S; -; &1.OtIM enuTee, .o'sa\' Zu,0G Mtrtnttd Whti eawrwttli tfteJpatchTaid fn a work vary Asypar.
    son tending Twttty.fir Cents esMloseil Is alsttar.wiU
    : I ZIP$ ?c. ttas. AMES34A5y. The ADeteLtL .nOagee, dd, manlike mana y.sKora -alJtOflTohiraaeaJ!. .

    iutust receicti s.cJ Pailhihnh1O.1S.2.. tf t4 Th< French tangeage fnelassea.ProlTTL a (OS-ti jr t.--s cohd door from Dr-Byviea copies*stl wilDe*sent s espy for-
    bixtlcs joit tooUca iAsnataia kin i*Ws IffortA i i efldmflUpnTethate M*ftttadH*.>saodontetCftmi>4 nriar the pabKethat ts! prfcshalt ) DivWtr YuVice'Xo-1SZ8pne. atref- -

    In Biects. and hr4f ; STOVES, of all kind., al ways*vn hand.. ::0 dsi- TUST ree.dvod i-IargeaaortmeefAj I4J qg'$13 .iseee I.ttre42les**- hHa,4Oisotec.j'ajl'garments***warranted o y PhUadalphk.. ;

    14 Yjsirnd an4 foraeet- ? ,, .* from tawB 0t eosatry;.thankfully received *qd .tndAzd lhUei, .d *>%J >fj jfi n ? g, DCS ROCHETvS Instracttfai Preach IT. Emitting reparisg tt the iheHest no3eT ft npOBACCO, of etery quality,-just received
    APOTJIECARY HALL. punctnally attended to. April jene 2* flAEI -
    :li Jr $ $ flARDEL Drawing'and Painting oct9 1; feb J-ly JL at 1 he store of D McCUO.sI. .


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