The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: June 2, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BT AUTHORITY. and oxen, and driving teams, crts timber Provided, That, in the judgement of the'Sec- ira : V
Congress assembled '
wheels and the .purchase repair of cretary, such basin and railway C ; That the followirg teen hundred 'land thirty seven, nineteen i For life annuity chiefs, stipulated i in,
UNITED STATES necessary sums and '
LAWS OF THE workmen' tools, postage of public letters, and will be useful to the public service. ated.out of they are herebyappropri- thousand dollars. the'private article of supplemental l treaty of-
Paued during te Second Session of the furniture for Government-housed; fuel, oil, otherwise any money in the Treasury not For seventeenth twenty instalments for tb'I'f fourth ptembr" -el

Thirty-second Congress. and candles for navy yards and shore stations For.Hospitals. the appropriated, for the purpose of the establishment of three smiths' shops, hund enr' twenty nine, lM, '

pay of watchmen and incidental labor At Boston.-For repairs of all kinds six of paying the Indian current and contingent expenses supporting three smiths, and furnishing the third of October, eighteen hundred and .

AN ACT making Appropriationi for. the Naval not chargeable to any'other appropriation, hundred dollars.At Department, and fulfilling iron and steel, 'stipulated in: the second eighteen\ ,two. hotldreaNlolIa'ni.* ,. ,
SerriM for thouiand the year eight ending hundred the thirtieth and fiftyfour. of- labor atte.iding the\ delivery or stores on Kira Y"rk.'Fr repairsof'all! kinds, tribes.treaty stipulations with the various Indian article of the treaty of the twenty ninth of For life .annuity.to"chie.'stipulated in ;

Jane., QuO civil stations, wharfage, dockage, and rent, three For the July, eighteen hundred and thirty seven, tbe supplemental ) treaty of the'' I
and Howe travelling of officers and others mAt Philadelphia Naval Asylum.-For tinning current and contingent expenses three thousand dollars. I twenty tb of October elgbteeahuudf
enacted by the Senate of expenses of the Indian
Ife if United Slates of America under orders, funeral expenses, store and roof oJ Asylum, laying water pipes, For the Dparlment viz. : For seventeenth of twenty instalments and thirty two, one hundred dol1t -
Representatives of tlf office furnaces, grates and superintendents of Indian for,the support of farmers, of implements For permaneut I
assembled, That the following rent, stationery, fuel l, commissions and ranges pavements and ; purchase prYlsin'orlh $-; -
in Congress pay of clerks to ,and store- gutters, five thousand ddlars. A-fairs per act of fifth June, eighteen bun- grain or seed, and to carry on of salt,'stipulated of!t

turns be and they of are hereby appropriated in the keepers, flags, awnings navy, and agents packing boxes, For repair of all kinds, one-thousand eicbleen and hundred, twenty seventh February, their agriculurl purrnits, stipulate in these treaty of the seventh.of June, eighteen .
to be paid out any money and fifty one, and thir the dred and three; one hundreddollais. ". _.
premiums and other treaty
Treasury otherwise approprated, for the apprehending deserters expenses, of recuiting lars.At Norfolk.-For wall in to close a graveyard March, eighteen hundred and fifty two ninth of July, eighteen: hundred and thirty For permanent prYiaon for, blacksmith/4), ,,v
of June thousand
ending the thirtieth one per thousand five hundred dollars seven thousand and
; one
year including exacvation, thousand one assistant the sixtharticIV"
eight hundred ,and fifty four : persons attending courts-martial and courts For the pay of the several Indian For seventeenth instalments of tbe ;
of and hundred and dollars and ninety- AJents twenty treaty the third of October,eightcea '
For of'commission, varrant, and inquiry. services a1thorized by sixty.eigt per,acts of fifth June, eighteen the hundred I
pay three cents. Id stipulated in and eighteen :seven hundred and. .
to judges' advocate purchase'ofpr'lsions .
the pay pilotage and
and including tffty,
officers seamen September, eighteen the the :
prttr towage of vessels and assistance to vessels For the purchase land, to be used as twenty'eighh twenty twenty dollars? :; _:,
Corps of the Navy, two million twenty seventh February ninth of July, hundred and For iron steel etc. -
eighteen for
Engineer in distress, bills of health and a road communicating: with the navy hospital thirty shop; Ilpatt" ;
eight hundred and eighty thousand one quarantine ground at Norfolk, Virginia. eighteen hundred and fifty one, forty seven, two thousand dollars. in the sixth article of the treaty of .
hundred and forty eight dollars : Provided expenses of the United States navy in tWlnty.fv three thousand seven hundred and fifty dol For seventeenth of twenty instalments for of October, eighteen and "

That the Mlary of the assistant observer or thousand foreign ports five hundred and twenty seven bunllrddolarl. all kinds, two thousand lars.For the pebuot tobacco, stipulated in the two hundred and bundr doUarFor eight- ..
hundred and
astronomer at the National Observatory eight forty hundred dollars. ff the pay of Interpretersrper per acts of the treaty of the twenty interest on forty six thousand. and 4.

shall be two thousand: dollars, and the For improvement and repair of buildingsand At Pensacola.-For wall around hospital the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty eighty dollars at five per, centum, -t"* 1
salary of the principal clerk at said observatory grounds and support of the Naval grounds, thousand five hundred thirty four, and twenty seventh February, sven, five hundred dollars. value of thirty six sections of land :.. l
shall be twelve hundred dollars. Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, forty six dollars. twenty-two eighteen hundred and fifty one, twenty eight For twelfth of twenty five instalments in by treaty of eighteen hundred ,ac a twenty, S

And the pay of a purser, when attachedto thousand and fifty nine dollars For and thou thousand dollars; money stipulated in the fourth article of the nine, for education;stipulated in -
and doing duty at the naval station of For puichase of land, extending walls, sand six draining hundred and filling ponds two. For the pay of Clerk to Superintendentat treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen of the Senate of tbe nineteenth of relutO' ,

California, shall be four thousand dollars making( new roads and wharf, building aid For repairs of all kinds fifty, eleven thousand] St; Louis, Missouri, per act of twenty hundred"and forty two,twelve thousand five eighteen hundred and thirty eight'two thon-. }' :k
per annum, and he shall be allowed a clerkat furnishing hospital, and changing the frontsof hundred and five dollars. seventh Juner. eighteen hundred and forty hundred dollars. sand three hundred and four dollars.: t I
a compensation not exceeding two thous. houses, at the Naval Academy at Annapolis one seventy sir, one thousand two hundred dollars ; For twelfth of twenty five instalments in Florida Indians o S.minotes.-For the reV" -

and dollais per anr um. And the proper Maryland, thirty eight thousand For Magazine I For the pay.oJ Clerk to Superintendent at goods, stipulated in the fourth article of the moval! and subsistence of Seminoles now, I Ia' 4 lj.'l

accounting officers of the Tieasury be and dollars. At Boston, Massac/iusetts.-For beds to Van Biiren, .rkans per act of twenty treaty of the fourth of October eighteen Florida, two hundred thousand dollars,'tbis.

they are hereby authorized and directed to For meteorological observations, to be stow shot, for arrangements for bouching I seventh of eighteen hundred and forty hundred and forty two,, ten thousand five amount having been heretofore appropriated -:'

allow and pay, out of any money in the, conducted under the directions of the Secretary filling, and unloading shells, and for repairsof .I six, one thousand dollars ; hundred dollars. and carried' to the surplus fond underf -
Treasury IIOt otherwise appropriated, to the of the Navy twO thousand dollars. all kinds, two thousand eight hundred For the pay of Clerk to Superintendentin For twelfth of twenty fv instalments for the act approved the thirty first of A p;--

officers, petty officers, and seamen of the And the Secretary of the Navy is hereby dollars.At Calioria per act of third Maich, eigh the support of two shops including eighteen hundred and fifty two:making ap-js .
United States Navy, to the officers Noncommissioned authorized to settle all existing controversiesas New York.-For fitting storerooms and fifty two, two thousandfive the pay of two smiths,'and furnishing :iron propriations for the civil :diplomatic u' ,;

officers, musicians, and privates to the title to any portions of salt marsh, workshops, and machinery for ordnance hundred dollars and steel, stipulated in the fourth article of penses of the Govrnment ,
of the Marine Corps, and to the near the lands of the Naval Hospital in purposes for gun'kids gravelling ordnance For office rent, net, lights, and stationery, the treaty of the fourth cf Otber eighteen i For tenth 'ii goods. 1. -
officers and men of the Rrvenue Service Chelsea, in the county of Suffolk and Commonwealth ground, and repairs of all kinds, four for the Superintendent of Indian in hundred anJ forty two, dol-! stipulated in tne sixth article:of :;
who served in the Pacific Ocean, on the of Massachusetts and to tel thousand two hundred and eighty-five dol- Oregon two thousand four hundred dollars !- lais.For of the'fourth of January, te.lnT

coast of California and Mexico, during the and convey the tight, title- and interest lars. ;- twelfth of twenty rive instlmet for and forty.fietwo4housand.doflaryFor .p ,
late war with Mexico, and since the con- the United tate in 8 much of said marshas At W'as1ington.-For _foundations- for For travelling'erpenses-of Superintendent the pay of two farmers, 'the tenth of fifteen instalments ia moAey,-

clusion of the war up to the twenty eighth be may deem expedient, upon the terms stowing shot, and protection of shells for of IndianAfair..in Oregon, and agents therein fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of stipulated lathe fourth article of'the treaty ,

of September, eighteen hundred and fifty, and conditions recommended in report powder magazine, new floor, and for repairsof thousnd dollars : October, eighteen and. forty two, of the fourth of January, :eighteen I hundred". .
the same addiliopal compensation as has from the Bureau of Navy Yards and Docks all kinds four thousand seven hundred For general incidental expenses of the one thousand dollars. ,' and forty five, three thoua dollars.: ,-,.-,.

been' by law directed to be paid to the officers upon the subject, dated January seventeenr dollars.At Indian service in the State of California, For twelfth_ of twenty five instalmentsfor Java*.-For hQdr. ? : 4
and soldiers of )the army who served in eighteen hundred and fifty three. Norfolk.-For foundations of guns and thirty thousand dollars; the pay of two crpntera stipulated in fifty" seven 'thousand five bandrd 4 -

California; and that this provision, allowing I For construction, extension, and completion 8hels for machinery, for bouching shells, Fur general incidental expenses of the the fourth article of treaty of the fourthof at five per centum;stipulated-in-the second u,. ;
of the following and for con- Indian service in the of New Mexico October hundred irticle'-of"the of the at*
extra jy, as well asjhat contained in the object filling, and tnk.houses and Territory eighteen and forty two treaty : Diet ot" -
navy appropriation act of August thirty tingent expenses at sevral navy yards, for repairs of all kinds, tbousnd five ten thousand-dollars ; one thousand two hundred dollars. October,eighteen hundred and .tiry.ight

first eighteen hundred and fifty two, shall i viz..: hundreddollars.At For general incidental expenses of the Foi twelfth of twenty five instalments lordie seven thousand eight hundred : ; ,

extend to and Include all naval storekeeperswho Portsmorah.New Hamp-rAi're.-Fbr cooper's Pensacolee.-For preparing platform Indian, service I th Territory of Utab-ten support of scboJI"stipulated in the five'dollars.Kanzas. .
were stationed on the Pacific coast ; shop and watchman's quarters dredging in for saluting battery, and for repairs of all thousand dollars J fourth article of treaty of the fourth of .-For interest an tw'Jnwi\" -

a. J the additional compensation authorized front, and pointing and puddling stone basin, kinds, nine hundred and fifty dollars. For'expenses already incurred and that October, eighteen bundr and forty two, thousand dollars at .per : .r

by the foregoing provision, and by tie navy boiler room, boilers, engine and machinery, Marine Corps. may hereafter be necessary' for vaccinationof two thousand dola lated the second article ofithetrtatc wff 41

appropriation act of eighteen hundred and reservoir for engine house, pipes, gutters, Indians five thousand dollars For twelfth twenty five instalments for fourteenth ofJanuary-eighteen.: Boa Sa. -
For of
officers non-commissioned
fifty two, shall be paid to the legal representatives drains, and cisterns grading yard near pay musicians, clerk offi presents to"Indianr five thousand the purchase of provisions and tobacco'' dred and forty six,' ten thou3a&dolfaii;, ":, t ; -
of all deceased who would timber shed, and for repairs of all kinds, cers privates messengers, dolJars-; stipulated in the fourth article of treaty Miamits.-For'permanent annuity,i.tpQ.:

bare beeu entitled to receive persons the same if including care of floating dock fifty three stewards for rations and and servants serfins on shore sub; For .provisions for;Indians eleven-thou of the fourth of October, eighteen hundred lated in the:fourth!'article! of fluT* iJ .

living. thousand one hundred and seven dollars., clothing servant sand eight hundred ;-. anJ forty two, two thousand doUar the twentythiz-d: of9ctobe'eghteih' *. '

And there shall be. allowed to Lieutenants Boston, Massachusetts.-For" .rebuilding sistence .for and officer'rations*, 'and'bounties pay 'I for Jndrwncothi.ng. For repair buildings at agences',two Cretlt.-For' permanent, 'ann ity,' stipulated dred and twenty six twenty.,t tftvi th ui4jj, -,

William Lewis Flemdon and'LarJner Gib. ,mitber cooperage, and packing house,, thousand dollars; ih'Jbe fonnh article of the 'of do''Q': ;
pay for! unexpired terms of:pteioua For of Indian the seventh of hundredqn.l .: _. .
hous for ropewalk, contingencies the ,Aagustseventeen p'ffeot Mlj -
of) Dpar
officers United stont -
bon the States
Navy, I wall west of timber Jock; 1inef 7"'r \ serfic two hundred and twentythr.flbOU ment, thirty i six-thousand five.-h ,"cty, an.tJf..q Ufc. j Odabeffi r---4-" -" -
",b'o'ere,engaged upon the exploration of :'grathgnapaving timber. shed number fll1.sI 4r jij-.ijl Uj > f r'i" ;, : ""* lars. utttr r'jthot -
the'Amaz:, the same' pay as has'been, allowed one, and for repairs of alt ; k'or deficiencies in the fund for the eon- For permanent annuity, 8tiralaiec"1n.tbl'second d tg.tJ eQ:, .
to tbe superintendent of the naval thirty eighty thousand four hundred and k.d"sixty For provisions for marines nerving on tmgences of the Indian Department, fifteen article of the treaty and twenty,dollars' ; 7I -- ,a i.y
astronomical expedition in Chili, by the act dollars.one shore, twenty nine thousand nine hundred thousand dollars; of June, eighteen- bundid"and two, three Tor iron, steel, ten stipurated-i I\.I lrie"lHtb. .. t

making appropriations for the Naval Service New York, New York.-Vat completing ami- eighty four dollars and seventy five' To the Christian Indian*,-Tot permanent thousand dollars. article of'the treaty of'the'sizth !fOtbf,* -

approved March third, eighteen hun Commander's house, smithery, timber shed cent;,- annuity, stipulated in the acts of May For permanent annuity, stipulated in the eighteen hundred and 'eighteen, tw I.D -- :
dred and fifty one, during the period of their lime, pitch and coal house continuing; clothing, fifty two thousand and sixty twenty sixth, eighteen hundred and twenty fourth article of the treaty of the twenty dred and twenty dollars.---- -: ', .
services afoiesaid which shall be ; four dollars fourth of hundred and For permanenP-pmYisiofl forthe-pnrcbasa'. -
as period ; four, and May twentieth, eighteen hundred January, eighteen -
wall office cob wharf -
which quay muster ; dredging For fuel, fourteen thousand one hundredand of one thousand pounds'of*tobacco '
reckoned from the date on each channel and twenty six, four hundred dollars. twenty six,twenty thousand dollars. ; .two"thousand
(ifficerlelt the United States until the final house culvert and and piers ; completing:in engine front ninety four dollars'and; fifty cents ; To the Chippevas of Sa anaw.-For permanent For permanent provision for blacksmith pounds of iron, and one thousand ,
removing piles For stores, of arms, of and in the articleof pounds of steel, stipulated in the fourth-.
return of the exploring party. of dock timber and low military repair pay annuity)', stipulated in the fourth assis'ant stipulated eighth 44 -
filling in pond
of naval ; armorers, accoutrements, ordnance stores, the fourth article of the treaty of' the twenty third' of' -
For pay superintendents, constructor and and article of tne treaty of third of August, seventeen treaty twenty January
?, and all the establishments at places for repairs; paving of all gutters kinds two flagging hundred and flag, drums, fifes, and musical instruments, hundred and ninety five, one thou eighteen hundred and twenty six, eight October, eighteen hundred and twentll-
and stations, eight thousand dollars hundred and seven hundred and seventy _
the several navy yards one nine thousand three hundred and ; sand dollars. forty dolars.Fur dollrL t-
thousand six hundied forty For transportation of officers and troops, iron steel & For permanent provision for-pay-of miller
hundred and cfgbi dollars povided That of For permanent annuity, stipulated in the RhopS stipulated +'p-
and filty dollars. And the first and second twenty the ; shall, be, no part until and expenses of recruiting, twelve thousand I second article of the treaty of, seventeenth in the eighth article of treaty of the in lieu'of gunsmith-stipulated in the_Jiflh', -
clerks to the commandants of the principal appropriation expended dollars- November, eighteen hundred twenty fourth of January, eighteen hundred article of the treaty'of the'sixtb-of- October .f1
the State of New York cede the jurisdiction and Ben '
navy yards!, viz : Boston, New York, the hal the United For repairs of barrack and rent of tern'' eight hundred dollars.Vot -. and twenty six, two hundred and seventy eighteen hundred, and eighteen, and the fifth' 4- -
over Navy to article of the *of tbe fourth ofOhober r
Norfolk and Pensacola, shall barracks where there are the dollars. treaty twenty -
Washington, porary ofces. annnityr stipulated in
States, and until the title to said land is permanent
receite tbe same pay that the two lowest settled much of the no public buildings pUP six fourth article of the treaty of twenty fourth For seventeenth of twenty instafments eighteen hundred and thirty four-,
classes of clerks in the Bureaus of the Navy excepting so appro- thousand dollars ol September, eighteen hundred and nine- for the pay of two blacksmiths and assistant six hundred dollars. irjf

Department now receive respectively ; priation house as may and be for needed for of completing all kinds. For contingencies, viz., freight, tonnage, teen, ne.thousand dollars. ', stipulated in the thirtieth article of ,For permanent proYisoldor'tbtpaha' p rj|
engine repairs (
and each "clerk of the yard" in said navy extending toll, cartage, wharfage, compensation to For permanent provision for the supportof the treaty of the twenty fourth of' Marc, of one hundred JL'U" -
yards, ball receive the same compensation Phitadelpla, Pen7lsylvania.-For judges advocate, per diem attending courts blacksmiths, and for farming utensils eighteen hundred and thirty two, one thou stipulated in the fft atcleof the treaty -
four, and dredpinl completing martial, courts of and for constant of sand six hundred and eighty dollars. the sixth of hundred,.and1
at is herein provided for the first clerks to inquiry, and cattle, and for the employment( persons q
commandants.For paving, and for kinds, labor, house rent in lieu ol quarters, burialof to aid them in agriculture, stipulatedin / For iron, steel. & stipulated in the eighteen, three hundred-and twenty dot*'- -

provisions for commission, warrant, including floating dock, twenty three thousand -. deceased marines, printinj the eighth article of tbe treaty of the thirtieth article of treaty of the" twenty Urs. ,
nine bundled and five
and pettyofficers and seamen, including en- twenty Columbia.doHatl.For! apprehension 6ttlner1'poslag twenty fourth September, eighteen hundred fourth of March, eighteen hundred and For1 education and support of poor dnring -. -t
gineers and marines attached to vessels for Washington, Distric of forage, straw, furniture, bed sacks, and nineteen, and the seventh article thirty two, five hundred and forty dollars. the pleasure-ofCongreisstipnIatedin: the j.'

sea service, six hundred and eighty six filling in boiler timber (completion old ordnance of,) ex- spades, axes, picks, shovels, carpenters of the treaty of fourteenth of January, For permanent provision for the pay of a sixth article of the treaty.of the twenty third' .""- fcz,-

thousand two hundred dollars. lending into machine shop ; converting and tools_ ,.keep of horse, for the'mesRenger, ,.pay eighteen. hundred. and thirty seven, two wheel wright,stipulated ir the eighth rice of October, eighteen. hUDdrl and.t"ltr..
shop shop steam -
; engine L. "u .
For the completion of a scientific investi- ot matron, wasnerwoman, ana porter, ai tie thousand dollars. of tb treaty of tbe twenty fourth of six, two thousand dllt" i! '-

gallon and experiments upon the character other machhery foundery,for for ordnance casting works brass ord-, hospital head quarters, twenty five thousand For ducation, during the pleasure of nary,, eighteen hundred and twenty six, six For thirteenth,! instalment'ia'' .' T-t1 -

of alimentary substances used as subsistencein lance guns dollars. Congress, stipulated in the sixth article of hundred dollars. money, stipulated a the: second-articteof..
the.navy, and means to prevent their railway from anchor wall south and boiler front of shop to For the purpose of paving the lien existing the treaty of the fifth of August, eighteen For twenty third of thirty three instal the treaty of the twenty eighth of Noyemr.- l4

deterioration, five thousand dollars, to be wharna quay of all kinds hundred yard, on the lands recently purchased a an hundred and twenty six, one thousand dol. ments for education, stipulated in the thirteenth eighteen hundred,and fort1twen tou- .
expended under the direction of the Secretary repairs one addition to the Navy Yard at Brooklyn, lars. article of, the treaty of the twenty hundred dollars.: -
of the Navy. and sixty two thousand five hundred and twelve thousand two hundred and forty Menomtnies, fourth of March, one thousand eight hun permanent' pr".ioo! for payment ia* 2)
twelve dollars. be Chippewai JVinntbguanl dred and thirty two, and fourth articleof of ". .1: 4.1
For surgeons' necessaries and appliances seven dolar. and five cents, to paid by New York Indians.- lieu laborers stiJu.tedjnJbeatar
Norfolk, Virginia.For extending quay the of the Navy, if examination of stipulated the treaty of the fourth of January, eighteen cle of the .
Jor the sick anl hurt of tbe including upon the Congress,
navy wharves, completing timber dock, machineryfor during pleasure hundred and five three thousand twentY forty two f. : r.
the Marine Corps thirty seven thousand! be shal find the same to be due as a in the fifth article of the treaty of the eleventh forty November, eighteen .
machine'and armorers' ; :tj3
engine, shops, )
dollars. and
three hundred dollars. on purchase of the said land : And of August, eighteen hundred and hundred fifty !--
dredging, filling in low grounds, grading len For three hundred and*', fifty < i; <
Secretary of the Navy is hereby empowered thousand five hundred interest on For Ilermnent poyioooor' alralatt
For repair of vessels in ordinary, and for twenty seven, one
magazine and house, five centum, stipulated : t. ;
completing at ,
keper's sell And per assistance,
and including and directed to convey to any ( dolar.
of veisels in commission
wear lear
dollars. .
Fort Norfolk, hauling up mud all that of the yard in article of the treaty. of the treaty of the' sixth of October, eighteen 4 -4i
purchaser part navy ,
fuel and of hemp, one : C/octaws.-F0r permanent annuity stipulated -
purchase and for repairs of all kinds, one the side of the twenty third of November, eighteen hundred, and eighteen,.two hundred dol. :
million nine hundred and forty one thous scowl I land at Brooklyn between west in the second article ot the trpaty of .. ,
and fourteen thousand six hutdred : thousand
seventeen .
hundred and eight "
and four hundred: and fifty dollars. VanderbuiltAvenue and the hospital groundS sixteenth of November, eighteen hundred I hundred thirty dollars. _..Bel, Rin '. .J". .',

For ordnance and ordnance stores and dolars. Florida. For permanent containing about twenty six and a acres, and 'fire, three thousand dollars. For five tenth of twenty instalments for education Miariu-For pr4tent'annutl.bpa-, ..., : _ _
small arms, including incidental expenses, wharf and including Vanderbuilt and Clinton Avenues; For permanent annuity, stipulated in thethirteenth in the fourth-article of'the l lit d in the | ,.1.
two hundred thousand dollars. of, paint shops and cooperage' construction Provided, That said lands shall not be sold article of the treaty of the eighteenth stipulated fourth. of J eighteen the thud of August, seventeen hundred.and--;, .
rebuilding ofihe
deepbasin dredging,
For preparing: for publication the American central wharf,and wharves J and C, smokestack at less price than they cost the Government of Octobereighteen hundred and treaty hundred and forty five-- noar dol! ninety five, five hundred d Uar.- : -
interest with all assessments and dollars. sIa the/ .
Nautical Almanac, nineteen thousand: machine including twenty six hundred I For permanent annuity
four hundred dollars.Forthe .. and extending and fixtures-shops for, mooring charges: And provided further, That, priorto For permanent annuity for education, lars.For blacksmith and.assistant. dun ringtbepteasure third article of the treaty of the twenty-fr I .

? jjuKhase of nautical instruments anchor"cablel and dock,. and mooring fur- the sale of said lands, eclnsiveJ.iurisdic-: stipulated in the second article of the treatyof I : of the Pre&Jent1etipi2lated in the August; eighteen hundred and'five, :;:> ;:.
operating foating diction shall be ceded to States of eighteen ,hundredand ..,
for.tb { twentieth January, and fifty '
required! use of the navy, for repairs of all kinds, and twenty fifth article of the treaty of the fourteenthof hurulicd dolars '.'
repairs of all the 'remaining lands connected with six thousand ; stipulatedin'tb! ,; -
of the same, and also of astronomical instruments dollars twenty five, dolaf hundred and thirty- .Forpermaneflt
hundred 'eighteen
thousand -
five eight the said belonging to the United for: February of'the ua thirtieth oPSeptember'eighteen ?,.
. eleven thousand dollars. navyyard; For permanent provision hundred and forty dollars; third-aftirfe trtol' '
Memphis, Tennessee.For completing States That the:sale be made at in the sixth article ,of the treatyof three, eight t thrtar, .
For the purchase: nautical book, maps, house black smith 6hopand : Provide stipulated For iron steel, and coil, daring th'vlea- 'aca ,t :
and charts, and for backing-.and-binding the hemp completing public a thirty days' notice in_ at eighteenth of October, .eighteen hundred the;Presidentstipulated in hundred and fitly dollars; ,'- "
office building cisterns for ropewalk! ( three daily published. in the and the'ninth article of the sure of eighteen-of twenty.stalmen.b .in' ,
same, twelve thousand live hundred dollars. for newspapers and twenty, article of the trtaty of the fourteenth of Februaryeighteen it.For '
rorrewalk to river and re '
from .
culvert cities of NeYork and Brooklyn. of eighteen annuitystipulated :inlba se* ,
For printing and publishing sailing directions thousand' nine treaty of twentieth January, hundred and thirty three, 'as ; I
litdrographical and astronomical pair o"al kinds, forty three That the sum of one thousand one hundred hundred and twenty five, six'hundred dollars. hundred and seventy dollars.' cond; article of the. treaty of the third oC ,
surveys six dollars. two
seventy four dollars and ,ten hundred and-lhirty-six>-_, ,
observations five thousand bunlrd"and' and sixty cent maker, during the i-Ieasure of Septmbeieighteen I
five For
completion of railing for vertical-watl< made for stipulated wagon dollars.ForeigMeentbof .- ;., :
hundred dollars. being part of the appropriation For iron aiulstee etc., shop the President, stipulated in the fifth article twenty thousand '
eight hundred } : of the coast of InstatrnAtfoftwo ', ,_
of the of the treaty twenty1
service continuing
For survey : in the fourteenth FehrOary,
models,drawing and copying, postage, of iron fbr the of the treaty of the .
Fnr'the purchase railing' hundred and and assistantz.2ipnlat di1P' ,
of the Gul'of Mexico ApalaehicolaBay twentieth of January, eighteen hundred and thirty*three, sir bun* blacksmiths I
stationery, freight and .
transportation : forpay rope laying'machinery ofbeopew&lk* River, by the act of hundred and twenty dollars. eighteen second of the of the third' .
to five,three the nicl. teat _,_ .
oi .
Iithograpbt and for working lithographic ._ .'__ ? t j.' *!
Mhrihthiril. !. phrhtpiMi hundred.__ and forty Urelldolas 'h .L -
tbonAld'doJars'PJ _. \an\j
chemicals : -. -. . ; mepleasurerof of September, eighteen nanarn \
including forkeejiing .
-1----- implemenruunng
ground press and ,buildings in order; an cisco Calforni.-For IHac1'smith one, and which carried to the credit That the: authority ,o-\b6 Secretary oi'ihe'Ihterior'to tbe'President,\ stipulated t the six<:-one thousand- four* bufldred aA4foilJ',;;; ?_ ,
for fuel and ; ,. of the surplus fund,-be'and'is* I hereby reau- examine the claims'of Choctaws :.article of the treaty of the twentyfourth dollars., . .
lights for repairs of buildings .dollars eighth '
; and hundred thousand ;iPTt the'of the tnstdinenU ,
shor' propriated to pay forthe servicea-of reservations of land under treaty hundred and eighteenth twenty forf.
of Januaryeighteen For
other contingent expenses of the before this be expended 10 ; .
shall extJnd .
sni. ,
sbal officers employed'in *u vey. hundred'and thirty dollars.. .thsrjI -
ficer fop
or thousand &e
eighteen steel
Hydrographical Office and United States of UnitedStates pf ; the twenty six, two iron, .holplem .
Attorney-General SEC. :. And_ be it'further'enacted- recommended! by either of the '
to'All artid
thousand two cases -: For education, during_ second otf : .oK.
Observatory, seven hundredtod shal decide-that the United States have to I
.officers of the,Trea appointed pasur'
accounting jof Commissioners in tbe of hundred and thirty
forty dollar. .,"nn.l. lid.:..'., ittha..._w .laml_. 'tinnn_I--.. urhir.h.:__.the_n_' buUd- the proper be and they are! hereby directed to credit 'examine Boards said I claims! and his'awards'in stripshall.be President; ,' ,stipulated of- the < -February, l i Septemberreightcen four hundredtn4 fofty dollars. ",; .
For..uouing' the publication of the ings are to:be erected. of the'' ; by them in ':fuflsnlsfac- the;tty }
the med.cal officers \ vy'ho: received by eighteen and,thirty three., cue. thousand 1Foceighteenlb.o.tredy'&nlttnr. .
chart and for ;
1ind current defrayingall And the Secretary of'the navy-js:herebydirectedtocomplete order of department,' srYd.Ith' a detachment lion of arsttbeGnrn.; : dollars.. .! tbe'purchase of provision i .'wt. ,

the. expenses'connected ,therewith.ten and carry into execution oC marines .Mexico, during! the '. allbellc&1m'futdkaid treaty, scrip : ..' JDe/atcare/ *.--For permanent annuity, stipulated ,second? article1ol'th I :, J treaty; ot>tbf:,third! ol' t -' :
thousand doUa'rs.: : the verbal contract for'a basin anil rail late' with that R Republican,. addition to thus j\a". : received as' other in the fourth article of the "treaty of .bmulrtd.aiuMhirt-psix*.. '- 'i
For pipes for carrying gas to, and fixtures California. in'connectionwith'the* : as 'anyi public1 J nda and Septemberighteeft ad ., J
way which "v
; thepay to they,are .entited Qedi warrants'in p.senfor the'third of' handre t -o .
for i1'theNaUonal Observatory A-3usta'enteen ret Ir "
libtlngwith floating dock, as made by the late'Srea1I cal offiters'of the 'navy,' subject sl enuy five, :'F eighteenth ol twenty jnsialeflfrLi'l! 8b
five bundre4 dollars. I in "of 'for reslctivl' ;'in .annuity ninety o f
twenty pursuance authority tame allowance'for* Chiaaaawt.-Ftir'; .- permanent For annuityetipQlate4; inib'etbird the ctiase; of*.twc ,thoonB1 naoiuU i u.j
For..the,wages_ ol persons,:employed: I gun! by the act of September" the wenterghthone i proportion to the.time they so served?as are stipulated in the act of the twenty .fifth of n, article permanent'of.the treaty of the thirtieth of !tobacco pot,"stipulated! in the second; ?arWiah.l.; :

the vizone Observatory -and lydrograllucl OtC thousand' eight hundred and fftyrntided.liAn' allowed, to..officers. .- ,.of. ,the. army of eiu3Alarstitidi February!, seventeen'-'tndrdf.and. ninety: September, 'eighteen hundred and'nine. five' the.treaty:or the third_:o".t" \ i
Itb act making t J", boaJrcdi *
appropriations thousand
mg. nine, three hundred dollars? : teen hundred. and* j'' I -
maker, two watchmen, and -porer"1brt the 'naval service'for the year ending the, Mrch3lBI3; ., jJJiippWflSOfIJak4.'LSPer3O* ? ciUIIhI Mis- in the i+ **" i-. f.L'. ,.*
,: instalt For t annuity, stipulated dollars, .,'. _.. '. ._ '_- \s\\
thOUIp4pil hundred of 'June ,hnn- Aflrof of .' 'il
and sixty thirtieth 'n..tho eight twenty prman. I- .-
dol r. end .j.ujpp.-For MYntenb ____4 fifth ) -*treaty of. the.tbir,of October For & ortwrerymmfat -.1' -- -
For contlngent expenses that may accrue dred and fifty ont,"_and .stated flIeercifthe ; ,ACT .Hn for the eorreatiWJinB 'a money,' stipulated IJ tne- -CtUII hundred 'and ,' i .eighteenth aad>catu* ginulatsil' ,
tN eighteen If
for meat of eighteen lou rn'mg ,
the following purposes, viz.: freight 'andtransportation said Uta' (Secretary! :, addressed .to and CouthD .$ of t] l141 Dp the treaty of the ninth thousand .""' "- .: of thatreaty.oitN,' r t- -,
,\ printing 4nd' stationery, advertising the Honorable Unwell Cobb, Sptaktr-of tbe. ;Brat.'-Md'falUIinf Jut)./eighteen hnndred 'and 'thirty :ievenine i For annuity stipulated l in 'tne &beln.ari. iLiixfi.hun4dOllt3 : "
In' newspapers, booksmalls, Houu 'Representatives; d f4"'atlK'lwenty wIth various Indian e Tnbw.'for the year eM.4Mdjiftjrfcwf' thousand flea hn&dre&dollars." '. permanent of the of bll' Iar. 'l;
an4. thoaawd han4 supplemental treaty twetylourh .
*s4 and .firet: of January thOL11&rtd JnnstUrtUthoao .sight, instalments in ', -
J me. rajngiurcbas repair day 1. '*'* "" ,Fo, Ielteentb.of twenty l' eighteen twenty I '
o fre-nSiDI'and repaisLbl,I eight hundred and fSftyjOne, inward tbe et,\ 7/Jiw goods, ..pol""tbe 'aendaucle{ ?f September, handte.0 i; f/ff b-con4nt twe*.Jj
Dubinery. BtittacHtlytfStMUand !
) fliDe1ons !
a attending to in pary ecation wbkb'One: nd41 and fifty United Slat* l ..Utat1i.ol/ ; : Wyy tO ;
of Jtt. .
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i".i. j ; ---From Ac Toltohanet fToru/um. peeled lo build her own read"to the Florida territory, and if Savannah aids in the -build--Jioa'otKasuFlorida r with the MdJI li" M 'Slat*hf Wesf Flmi i i &;an;the Xnd rfM"1.T.D;

line but that she contriSute burg ing of road through Florida'to 'Pensacols, ref **.Slate prtdej''bh interest and portion
t ti1r a .>tMUntil of late there had beenat most 4 e % > pride shall expended, until the
> from Jac1re Droemf',ret ly to 'extending Hamfflon sbewill1zave to cany her.-line so far East 'SSfc *J1 1 fr by thatadmission"tobytbVgrant.ofthe Svuu' h stun
.t .IIh.CUnmubsIctlu Jrom but a 10 the could l | bars been. uwelltjiserved!
t 1.UYetoalt.I1"G through Florida county to Pc.c This, however,' .will as.t leave little for Florida to", do 'to.'com- diSpoSiton einc etbhsh i "rightofway1 J'llv haD tal'cSoU
: shall
i. :
be a ; between the .the transit-of her territory .the eastern !terminus of any tht might t'1 ] fr'
subjcc [ frm' R
t t J Editor rfthe Floridian fy Journal: two Companies,and it, is.'not, likely 'that ,Gulf to some one of her,Atlantic poi:. The built, atthe, St MaryV W tild I at.any pit eastward:oi it. In the Resolved this, That te city of SIuu in-

.t t The commerce of the world now demands I th'er will difficulty in its settlement.'Tbeprinciple editor'of the Floridian, alluding letter beneft "the body of Eastern counties no : former case'it woul have ben a bare Iran- making connection subsripton of Mexico 4m

f ; and will at an early ilay! perfect a connection obstacle in the way of those who of Mr. Cuyler, which he publishes- with M. t more if, instead of terminating, such a sit to the passing through .the,least South wit'tt. Gul
. 1 f by Railroad between the Atlantic and are opposed to using the Pensacola and Broome's article, says : tan and t.8.
I' road into the State of Georgia'at amore pi ductive'pOdiOfl of Florida, only con* annah and Albany
Gu'.f! of Mexico. We have the only desirable Georgia charter, I have understood to be the Mr.: Cuyler; 'would ''in diverged py f
., 4 f.1 golf portsf alid consequently: the connection quesuonFennecting" with a SavnnahRoa. "TheJeterrm is to westerly point. Then it was that veywgto! Savannah the products of the tier in obtaining necessary means t
f, : will be' made through our Stale. In reference we shall become enter Florida, at the orJyvilog, hene "prominent prints and leading men" in the of .Georgia,counties lying along the line- the r Albany from;: this city b1ond te'A

), i $ .. to. this great euterprise, we occupy should an tributary to Georgia and'tbat great detriment from Tallahassee to Thomasville, butj'we Middle seemed to be united, and_would.favor leaving a portion of that,and the entire products -, to t by a route
.J ,.. .: : important position i and one which to.us. This difculy appears, have reason to believe that Mr. C. favors'' farther themselves of Middle Florida ready to avail prosecute best her enterpn as
n no scarcely allowing promote
this best may
How can amplibma
\ '. be turned to advantage. however, to hare given. the advocates -
Hamilton o
1 ad connection far"East
t., .I..i! ..ttJtrfTected.'ira: .Ja3.tter ab ut which there of the respective Roads are nearer together Certainly Middle as Florida a will cunt. to, contemplate the, morethoroughState' itself of the .medium of a Railroad which her design, and.be most DwT to
; t difference of olinionl1nd yet it seems3r than has" been supposed.Col. be constructed to the Atlantic waters commerce of the Stats. .
i; ..ale : generally of a connection at advantages that would enoue from a might
whereas the Savannah
And tad
Ui Jliat.lliofre! differences, so far as the Ward, in.the same letter to which I 1oting'8r u pint Albxar
:. I II be what they it further conciliation of Eastern interests, and within our State
I le consequences may Railroad this
Company, upto
J main East and Vest line through our State have referred, :-"Lel rely on our
says us still pri
that connection h
I i t4 is cuaceruetIare: more imaginary than real. own resources-build our' own road, and possible insisted a furtn a more southeasterly termination of the As for.our writing down "citizens of Mid failed t obtain the necessary .

! ., l'nUT willing to believe that there is no then if Savannah has capital and disposition maybe on. Road. But now that a temptation is held die Florida who count a rsidence"of more tend Road from Savannah 'beyona'th.Altamaba .

;: j t rOan'who has taken an interest in this question to build a road through the counties I What are our prospects then of a-n advantageous out by Georgia, of a connection of the Mid- than a score of years," a"'wan. ng) .attachment t Albany, and ti city i is tr
. who does not prefer, above all other before mentioned let it be for her to Gulf connection through Forida1 fore, by very tr the
have for
; their and .
. t j' Will Savannah embark in such ah die with a Road to Savannah, the face of to_ own Sft? : as November
; the from Jacksonville or St. Road terms suitable to prosecuteher
one our our Jt'af libr t
1';;': ;; Mary'i to iVnsacola, with branches to each tap mutual interest.upon" prise on the terms presented I Would'&e affairs changes, and instead of the general this coming with a i grace from one ,I wit the Gul

r 4 I of important Gulf ports. This would From this infer that CoLWard at leastis be justified in doing so 1 We professions of unity in one work for one whose residence in'Florida is a yesterday of Mexico by such route as my' b .

L1' .t benefit directly the Eastern, Middle and not opposed to connecting with Savannah, If the Albany route offers no .inducement object,we have an antagonism of purposein compared with theirs," it is entitled t free mote the accomplishment of her .
had for us to embark in a railroad t. the Gulf, I It is by the stock
4 Districts of. and we subscribing
Western our Stale to build the road
1 4 we ate I claimsto .Rw
permitted the Middle which makes know .
provide and that mailer seems to have been determined us I our passport an
Ii -. 4 granted nn chute! but for the Cential Atlantic resources. If it is "our Road" that ( .as oni.nWlievr. holder present and rprent'That
... .: .' and Gull Road with a view to an she taps, it Will be admissible.-Now, those by the meeting yesterday,) we think. friends," and convinces us that there were patriotism the may it id our purps upon'

; t. East and West connection, theie would be who advocate a controlling subscription to I the Florida route, with the conditions those who all along intended some regard prefer, we shall not now detract, a we have tion of of dol"to' build a

I. no difficulty.. Our whole strength would the Pensacola and Georgia Road consider it t posed, offers a still less inviting field for for the East,however the general sentiment never yet detracted, from them ; but we Railroad from Savannah wet of

; ;. BOW be concentrated on that line, and success "our Road" tuo, chartered by our Stale andlo I Savannah enterprise.UflEIBi of the Middle might have been interpreted. shall not abate our own claim State at-' the river Altamaha, crossing that i in
would be certain, because we could I be located in our State-and we only t the vicinity of Doctor's Town or in the vicinity
; ? command the foreign aid that would be ne- to let Savannah propos Now we have this Geori connection opposed tachment, nor by any course leave it opento of Ogletborpe Blufl; or io the i
: doe L 0 I IEFDBLUA1.P n B I & I Tit
a Cl. War
.. ? etv-- to itkcomiilelion. tan n it., __ n.__ .__(___n n our___ mutual____ interest. by leading men" and a prominentprint" Question, as some' in the 'Middle bare nt-- -KMrd'B---- Blu-roMon "nn.-- -...
4 : 'But we did grant a charter for another ." The question seems to be narrowed in the Middle, and supported by done by over-zeal for a Georgia connection. the extenion e to Albany on tb
'4 g and a rival Road called the Pensacola and down to a single point, and that is whether ;JACKSONVILLE: men" and one band and in a direction through
.. ,. : Georgia Roa.l. This charter was passed by we shall build a Road through our State "leading a "prominent print"there Railroad Meeting In Savannah. tur County to Pensacola on the other band.

. : the General Ai embly at its last ses ion, and with our own and then permit Savannah Thursdays June 2, 1853. also-Ihe feud actually amounting to of stockholders- under the further our' purpose to extend
; : approved by his Excellency the Governor, to tap means, by which she will place a war of paper pellets. Need we ask any The meeting the said Ra from the point west of the Altamaha .

'. '. ; and is consequently in force. It is not for hersell in communication with Pensacola, An Ingeniou *. other fact to show that leading men" are Savannah and Albany Railroad charter rivr through the southern tier of

.: '.' a Road as ha* been stated from Pensacola witfiout furnishing us any aid: whether novel to of what which convened in Savannah on the 25th, counties in Georgia, by the most drct and
We have quite a appliance even now "making ( say nothing
I" ", to Savannah, Georgia: but from Pensacola we shall require her to contribute, for the was also in session on the following day. practicable route, to a eligible in
.' I t to'some point on the dividing line between privilege of the connection, a large portiom in the way of a Life Preserver, the idea of they' have made) unexampled exertions below made the latter Decatur County on the .nonher boundary
,. t Florida and Georgia, which point i iR to be of the luntls necessary to build our Road. Capt. Coxetter, upon the moveable furniture to prevent the citizens of those sections (the report was on of Florida or on the western bank of the

i& f '* fixed !,> the first Board of Directors, and I confess that I should prefer, if she is to of the steamer under his command, the Welt and Middle) from embarking i in the I day, and adopted. I will .be seen that the Chattahoochee river,'at which to unit wit

'';i.; ; t may be located anywhere on the line, from enjoy the ad vantage,that she should aid in Carolina. Underneath each cabin stool is Central Road project Are not their"un I Saannal stockholder and those interested the Florida and Georgia Company
11' '.. the t South:> East corner of Alabama on the the construction.Col. east of the Altamaha, after a struggle for the ing on the Road through West For''toPensacola.
, ;: : Chattahoochce, to the mouth of the St. Ward, in the same loiter to which I fastened a tinbox, holding about three gal exampled exertions" devoted to carrying out For tis purpose we
',U"4 :".. '. May's liver. The use which should be have alluded, speaks' confidently of thecornmeLcial Ions in which is confined air, hermetically the Pensacola and Georgia charter, regard "control oi the charter, determined t sur- every exertion procure the necessary wi U

: : ;, made of this charter i. Um point to- which necessity for a transit across sealed. The stool with this appendage i a ing it a a rival of the Central ?i To say render their interest, and t get up a new means, and we cannot doubt ou ability toaccomplish
r: ". I desire to aUJress myself. Florida and commercial and charter the
says"The organization a new ,
; .' and that : great complete Life Preserver, capable of sustain that they are, cannot be repelled as a "slan- looking tk.
1:: : I have believed, do still believe, capitals of the world require the transit; a connection and co-operation with Florida.A That it is oar purpose,if the pee.pie
; r1 the people of Savannah will build a road they can only have it wi'h our consent-lt ing a man of any weight for any length of der,"nor will the Floridian, art the "sooth of Middle Florida desire t

"' from that city to Pensacola, using the Pen- the price of that consent be a r time above the water. There is noce of ing: of the quick," pronounce it so. Railroad meeting was to have been heldin us, by meeting us on the unite'wit:

: ; sacola and Georgia charter to pass through as to build up and serve h agricultural I the crenaration require in inflating,&c., ,as The paper that thus, in a fit of raving which Tallahassee the Wednesday of this week, their State. at a point Eastward of the county -

: ".-.. our State. Suppose they contiol the Pen and industrial resources of ;tate oi rior- rubber beds with a view of appointing delegates t a of Decatnr,'in the county of, Hamilton,
. is in thence of india much a sense of
\ and and fix the necessary bespeak a
sacola charter
.'I' Georgia eastern ida. To such an extent as bur own resources sU.sail convention called there on next Monday.The or at some more eligible point, with a sub
: '. terminus of that road on the Chatia may be inadequate to build a road or belts, &c., for that purpose. One who wishesto as of indignation, loosely talks of calumny scription of at least eight hundred thousand

tl.1&! .t hoochee River; near tbe dividing line between roads, we can command the aid of foreign take his chances in the "briny deep" has ," slander," and I vile slang," shouldnot Floridian mentions that Dr. SCREVIW, dolar and with a view of taking Middle

.. : ,4 : ;; Georgia and Alabama, and run from capital, and upon our own terms.", only "to take his seat" as.on terra firma, forget that the Republican has more than President of the Albany and Savannah road, a West Flord'on the way to.

t F t;;ji : thence (near the Alabama line) to Pensacola. This look encouraging; but the distinguished and he enjoy any degree of leisure once defended tbe people of the Middle would be;present at the convention. As the Pensacols-so to 'Iine'abov.; dr
" .: ; And then suppose they connect with that overlooks the fact that it is may end of was seen at, Savannah, cubed, as t meet theirviews.That .
':.;\\ S., : read by one from Savannah, passing tbiough now too late to fix a price upon our "con permanency. The settees are arranged in from the charge''of sectionalism''ad selfishness harmony it further oar purpose, in addition i

I :f '. the counties of Lowndes, Thomas and De- sent." That was parted with without stipulation th same way-three of the boxes being a applied by the political allies of something new must spring from Tallh to the work above contemplated,'t extend

(,'i: '. .;. catur, on our borders. Such a road would a to consideration, when the charter affixed to each of.them, which adapts ,them that print in the whose jealousy of, see. We may there see too the beginningof the road from'some oa,1b.: .
t' Z. be a Pensacnla and Georgia Road, but what for road Est for the "control of the charter"we eligble'"pint
the.Pensacola and Georgia wugrante. a content line of road-west of rive
1{ : benefit would it confer on Florida ? It is Now I contend that those of us to the use of as many persons. Cpt. Cox the interests and rights of this section-ha hope with better success than the Savnnians be selected 'by the Stkholder to Albany t,

'." Irue that it would Josomething for our Gulfj'1. advocating a controlling subscription etter informs us they have been tried, and perhaps more cause to be awakened.than whenever the Company the ne _

. .' f city:, but would do'much to piostrale the to the stock of that road-are pursuingthe ; found effectual as life preservers. While we then supposed. met with. According to the report cessary stock subscriptions' for that.
,.,' : : agricultural interests of a large portion oft can fixed below, the people! of the Middle are asked which will invite obJet I
S only course by tlc a price it is still a question whether saltpetre will This obliviousness of the kind offices of sabriptions they 1 I
.i. .j.I our!tate. While such a road would enrich and received for se if with& which we for only $800,000,as something in the shape that designated.SARD .
"the Erricsson beat steam this and quiet to the aforesaid a b
explode, or paper amnesty : pi
it would
the, southern counties of Georgia, have already parted. We are in truth seek- of a'condition for the union-and if Georgia
''r:.,: : pass too far'from tis to answer us any ing to make, in the language of CoL.-Ward, there is no problem about the existence of a allies, is a key to the Flordian.Jur- urnishes the remaining amount for the KIT LIGHT.-The structure now Laprocesiof'

. ;r : valuable purpose! and at the same time so "the price of that consent a road, so located Lie Preserver which goes ahead of anything ther imputation that the a- erection on Sand Gulf of
langa branch the of Florida )Key," *
:.<< near as elfeclually prevent foreign capitalists as to build and the and Florida 'ontrl' i : .
; : up serve agricultural of the kind which has preceded it.jAn ticle in our paper is the expression of that Florida that
A;i: ': from: )invvMing their! money in a=.rival initiielrial Vacmtrrtxl nt thp Statp'nf Florida." t replace destr1e by ,th
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of certain.wire .whose
4s' ; route. Under sucu circumstances, u we. and thereby prevent i it from becoming; the .advertisement sent us by an pullers, design is to- gone.The Committee of five, through the Hon? harce'' of 1846, is' founde upon sertn.> _
1:11.: should ever get a road from the eastern to instrument of destruction. Col. Wardis ride into office on this hobby.! And it suggest teen iron i
,. our Agent, of a book called the Pocket Escu- ohn M. Berrien, presented the' following piles, covering .a.square of fifty"
10{;1= the western border of our State, we should sanguine in reference to procuring the remote that some wire and resolutions with i '
very lapius," headed with the direction u Doctor possibility, report, preamble ,.: .ex- feet at the base and tapering to"twenty. .feetat
% have it and the rival
; : builJAourselres, as the funds which lack build
to a "
we may pullers, who_are office danatory
1tt! of this Georgialload, from Madison to PenTa road or roads. I concede thai if fhe Yourself," we respectfully decline tonser alreyn designto remark r the top. The. light is a fxe' itJ light r
; Mcola a distance of some two hundred and still remained with the rower, In ride to their b ar content the"hobby", MAJORITY' REPORT.' varied, by The plane one
I us to f price 0 the first place the price offered ,is too low, The'Committee, to whom were :.referred fe i
;c*:?--l'". : fifty miles. Is it likely; that we oull1.o consent" to the use of Gal ports, such being less by,half than we would get for of the 'Georgia connectioowhile, in.' the of the President-: and Engineer hundred'- and ten; feet' above'-low* water.:
fe' itf It is nornore, likely that we wouldH would be the thenils The Floridian,'iri the course eon--_ repr. 'L ..
cae.We culd procure llt. .UAlWoyB U oad elevation fifteen r
-: fctQD Khort of P 'that would such an advertisement for one year, at a C Fri an aboveTthe JT.I'
; l '
. f K .CorrnetD Bl3.cola.or..... n.eacbla.wf ... Lw lea&onaoie, if wo* *.terms..our ira-as"weTiave ai already -t uiu Georgia? Road t.Tbe terms of such connection 'authorised these commercial fence of its position : That the Committee met, and earnestly) Hll"JgtDgr.tieD
:I. capitls"to place, we would: not far aid in making an
.'z: :. :.' if granted. would be dictated by Savannah use ports, and to enter our at 6 The West came tothe'Legislature in endeavored to reconcile the difference which distc o Dr. svnt Iti ; '-.
'. ) ; ,:' ; and of course made to conform to i any point our!rom the mouth of the St. Mary's inroad upon the regular medical profession, solid phalanx, and demade u the privilegeof was manifested at the meeting yesterday. It will probably be exhibited.in"te. course" 1

, ui. .. herinterest That Savannah has enter. river to.the suth-cat corner of Alabama, by publishing a puff of such a'book, for uniting with Railroad ter They have failed to obtain a satisfactory of the ensuing rnonthof! ,June, of, which,

: pt t. '. tamed the purpose of skirting our borders they may tell us it is too late to fix terms on the price offered even if satisfactory. We Pensacola.. Tbe General Assembly agreement fo the control of the charter, 'by however, due noti. gr, n. ,
a ? ; with her Pensacola Road as above indicated, "our consent." Not is this alK We did, have neither little advertising, nor could not in justice refuse this priv. a vote of a maj rity of the sharholders e-wUJb '

id fully shown by the letter of the Hon. R. at tbe same session of tbe General Assembly, few 8 s ilege. Hence the "Pensacola and Georgia and.after what has ocurred during The appointment .Clecir' (Cqitm
: X. Cuyler, cent you some days since for grant a charter for road foom Pensacola subscribers, a to be driven t it. We Railroad" was granted, with the provision meeting, they feel constrained to express the for the Port of St. e i';conferred -
4 .... publication, in addition to which we have to Montgomery, in Alabama a ,by which will advertise good patent medicines, which annexed that the Georgia might opinion, that the subscribers should surrender ;; .
r: .. abundant evidence that he expressed the the connection between the Atlantic route may be a convenience to persons in remote enter Florida at any point company on her western the'charter to the Representatives from on H. ARCHIB, Esq;;vice Co). R/ W.

:i:9: ; sentiment ol a powciful and controlling interest Gulf will, from present appearance, be perfected localities who cannot always have the services or eastern border. Thus the question stoo Albany. In order that there may be a distinct Alston. )
in that city. at and when when the Legislature adjourned. i understanding of the for the
r an early day : we consider reans
: .' With these facts and circumstances star that this Montgomery road is ultimately of a physician ; but'except in such I suggestion at once arose, suppose this road opinion expressed, beg We notice that a meeting'of, the Stock

: : ing us in the face, the question to be decided to form a link in a much more expeditious cases we don't recommend either directly or shall enter the west at the junction of the leave to'present a Preamble and Resolutions, holders of the Brunswick and, FJoridaRjilRoad ;

;*.1 H, l>y those of us who arc anxious to connect line of travel between New York and Pen- instrumentally, every to "doctor Flint and Chattahoochie rivers-will it not which a majority of the Committee agreed Company is called at Brunswick

. .-,sf&, our Eastern: and Western extremes, and sacola than can possibly be furnished through yourself." we lose any thing by the be of vast injury to the Middle, inasmuch upon, as proper to be passed by the meeting.The oa ,.
the 23d of June. '
who care more for road than do for I who claims that the charter
ir a we our State, we well question whether as another road running parallel with it gentleman
' :> *!; ; : the name by which it is called, is simply we have as much may in "our consent"as operation, we shall charge it to the Faculty will be forever out of the question? Thisinquiry should be surrendered to'those who made

.*!;*, this: -Can we afford to allow Savannah, or we once had. capital as it may, we can of the County." was necessarily answered in the the provisional organization, in case of disagreement SAVANNAH AND COLUMBUS.-The first trip-
'$ A ny other Georgia Company, to use our port have a road through our State ;-we can The Floridian and affirmative. Then the further suggestionpresentedWould a to the route of the. Ro of a steam Engine, over the entire road, from
>;. -' ; for the dotructign of cur interest For one, control the Pensacola and Georgia charter;- -JODII.a rampant.The I it not be wis in the Middle acquiesce in the view Savannah 'to was accompliabedn :

Ni J,* ?. _Isaywe L_ ____ ,cannot._ *L'_ ; The. __charter___ .by. which we can fix the Eastern terminus of that road Floridian and Journal becme_! _RAV._. to subscribe 'enough that charter and taken is in the said Preamble and Resolutions.! o the ColumbnS
'. -'" MIC uisjr uo 1115 uir UUI *uouars, a ma in Hamilton county, and that will force to control the point where the if CODstruct not content that the subsribe-rs-u J 15t
:; article which
agely repellant it .
over an copies ra -
jority oft which bound ia exercise the
we are justice to those who seek a connection by means of : will enter State powers
ourselves and oar State to subscribe.. This that charter with Pensacola, to furnish us from our paper of the 12th ult, giving Florda.s In view of the difficulties thrown in the CAUTORSU SLAVE: LAW.-The l Legisla-, .

trill give us the first Board o( Directors, the necessary aid to complete the work. This the results of the opening of books here for from the. privilege a granted ? a As possible in the way of proceeding with the great work of tare of California have etne fo another -. .

i1L and secure us the location of the Eastern aid can and will come. One hundred miles, the Cnetral, and Peninsular railroads, and ,other case, common sense,, prudence, self- connectIng' Savannah with the Gulf of year the operation t fugitive
4: terminus of the road, in reference to the or less, of road will then connect the nod even State all Mexico, under the chaTter of the Savannah 'aft
interest of win containing1 some strictures upon the conduct preservatioa-rand pride, an- l law, passed at the last session of the Legis- ,
our own State instead of Georgia.
; St. Johns, or the St. Mar's(and I no swered in the affirmative. It was as plainas and Albany Railroad Company, the Committee -
Nay, more. It will enable settle definitely of certain parties in the State who l 'J
us to hesitation in saying t. if the necessary are regarded that two and two make four, that if the would earnestly recommend to the latur. .
the terms of connection with our depth of,water can be obtained) and as having more in view local inte Middle should fold her arms and do nothing, citizens of Savanna to assemble in public ,
Eastern and Southern enterprises, instead of does man doubt that the State and if and this meeting, Fire. Company llcctlng.
any people or, their favor extends beyond the Savannah Road should enter the necessary arrangements
rest -
,, .:. .. Laving leaving another them to be settled, if at all, by those have the ability and the disposition to limits of their own section, the furtherance Weft at the point we have indicated, no to procure a charter from the next At a meeting of citizens who bad'enrolled) .
interest. interest of
," Every perfect the connection ? I think not. It other Road could be constructed, and this Legislature, to build a Railroad from Savannah -
.',:., .1. th. State, I think, requires that we should would certainly be made. of Georgia interests, than the diffusion of part of Florida would be forever left entirely to the southern or western boundary themselves a members of a., Fire EnJD. '

.oj.". ."; '.," .;: and control, Eastern terminus} of the Pensacola Be it by some-Suppose the Georgia benefits and means of prosperity throughout in the lurch. Any person with just- between Georgia and Florida with a viewto Company for Jacksonville, convened .
Georgia Road, and if we fail to do it, refuse to in Hamilton the broad two of a continuation Court House'. "'the '
T ..; 'j I fear shall ; Company meet you limits of their own State. grains common sense can see this. same through on 'evening of'the 26th
t we find, when it is too late to Florida
< I ;: remedy the evil, tt.atfC have made fatal County-what then I I answer that The article to which the Floridian refers And hence it is that patriotic men in the to Pensacola. .nst.Maj. F. C. Barrett was:'called to ,the _. V
'; i t. a having the control of the charter, we should, Middle have favored movements to The Committee, therefore, recommend the -
: looking and John ;
mistake. Chairr G Butler
; ;,.w"I of cours fix the Eastern terminus on the St. appeared a editorial in our columns during forcing the Georgia to enter State passage of the following resolutions:. appiat..Secre-
I There has been an attempt made to create Mary's River, or, by an amendment of the our absence in the interior for a short period the SUWANNKK- Ro th 1. Reolve That the subscribers for hr. J
die a securing
I ; impression that those who advocate asubscnpttonfor charter, carry it to Jacksonville, or, what and was written by one whose in possible goo in return for the largs stock and'Albany RailroadCompany The Chairman in a few brief remarks stated **

Road the the Pensacola and Georgia would be more likely, get an att passed con- behalf of great State Road- zea on way' the Governor and the coordinate hereby,surrender the charter of i the-object of the meeting to ,be to take.
r are advocates of
'o : special Savannah, solidating the two charters. We should then branches of the Government." sid Company, into thehands of the persons .
'I L' .,. .. and agirtfisJ our own Eastern ports; and it unit the whole energies of our people and confidence that such a work is within the We confess who made provisional organization, and the necessary steps towards efleciing a permanent "

r I';.0'. has even been intimated that we are in favor State Government in the construction of our possibility of accomplishment him into we see little more in'al the hereby withdraw entirely (rom Company. organization of a Fire Engine Company

l 1 ?;:,; .". of absorbing fun.d in this our State internal- improvement own road. This Georgia charter out of our .. the use of language,which we should not above confident narration, than a good deal 2. Resv That the. subscribers here and read the statute i regard to.the'

f: \ ..i ) i\ : hous are'not only enterprise.illiberal, but Such, as far imputa.as I would way our consent to the use of our ports ourself have applied,touching the patriotism i of special pleading for the Middle! some vi- present represented, respectfully and formation of such companies. .: .
be valuable-the '
,t. : r Itnowr,..4ifcwt_ I have again money needed I. of olently drawn inCerences and some manifestation earnestly recommend to his Honor the Mayor, On motion .
p I, : seen the &proceedings would bu readily obtained, and our success any large portion of the citizens of of the t cal a-meeting of the citizens to provide by'MrGeorge'_ >Mboneyra,. ,

:; .t,a: ,''4: _j, i" of been no meeting In which 6\1(1 views have would be certain. the Middle. But we have no particular desire Tallahassee selfish polcy" which our f ne\organization under a new charter,' committee was appointed by the Chair con .?

i; ,[. It expressed.has been said Respectfully yours, to disclaim the'.substance of the paragraph neighbor vehemently dis 'tl; build a Railroad from Savannah to sisting of Messrs., Geo:.Mooney, l.-YGatcJ

\ :i:: .. tleman. Col. Ward,by over distinguished his own name gen., JAMES E. BUOOME. which the Floridian particularly i claims. No one can'fail to be struck wit] Florida Pensacola., with a view to extend' the same to sic, J. G.. Butler,;T."G. MyeisE1.1bk.; '
:; S .Ji 1 ': f S (speaking of the Pen&acola! and Georgia Front the Savannah Morning Newi quotes and'c mmenta on, as a ""calumny," applicability of the language to the 3. Resolved ston and John Clark, to draft and,) *"
t t ;\ I Road, that Middle by the East, in relerencfr the That it is the anxious desire pr.
taow much
f thejwpoailion is that tbe a I palpable and deliberate slander of code of By-Laws for the
ina the
.z. D:! larger half of the The Propoieil Railroad Connection with favored connection of subscribers, to unite on fair terms government,
Ii: Florida. Now money must come from Florida spirit of reckless disregard for truth," &c. Georgia at the "Su:> with the citizens of Middle Florida, i in theprosecution company. ;
1'} S of,the'capital sr.. says a he road from larger!) hal We invite the' attention- of those of I These words are applied to the following wannee. I the entrance of a Georgia and completion of this great On--motion by Col.., ,!., V. Garniev't&eChairman -
ens- our road at tbe junction of Flint work, to which their and '
the. and attention
our '
ChaUlahpochie f
;. ) cola to Madison county. At that point, readers, who. feel an Interest in the railroadquestion paragraph ol tne aricle.: been so-urgentJy called. h was added to":the committee.! J

S. : then it becme a question whether we accept -I.I. now occupying so much of the attention "But instead of its [the-Central I; will render another road, para)- ,- 4. : :. After. 'reinarksfroiuiCa., .Barbee,7sirt.,; ; "s#
; the Roa lei with it 1dt..Tbat we. hereby, pledge ii -*i, j
''i ; promised aul of Savannah, and go of our citiens to the ,communication receivingthe cordial support.of forever out of the questont'lhow ourselves to use'every exertion to.- Mooney, the and j *i- on mo.. *
to Savannah tw hundred d miles, or avail on that Gov. Broome of lions, of iu much certain procure Cbarman otr
some more 'would be
prominent prints and lead tle same consequence lor the new enterprise, a much larger sub lion by ,Jr. E. J ,Johnson 'the" l .
ourselves of the Committee
Cooperation of East Flori which will be found in another Log men have made, almost
in, "
: I da, and- gj to Jacksonville: or St. Mary's, Florid Governor Broome is known to.be to prevent the citizens unexampled of those sec exertions Suwannee connecting,so,_far _east .as.the scription have compelled than'that us-to wbi circuasbnces on By-Laws' ,were requested to,ri'1m,\
may be. And I find tbe one of the few influential in tions from in If one wouldeave Middle withdm\-roa the and '
,_ utec' same men Florida embarking this project, inducing Savannah and Albany .. diattly; prepare .heir. .
1 : I'uJ iu the Florida Sentinel. who favor a connection by them to believe that their interests will Florida in lurch weuld noth other; -
That niu
Now, I ,these gentlemen'are mistaken. Savannah. be 5.llevc we recommend to the ,Tbe'.C eoa By.Lawafter a brief .
S There is opposed to him a for- best promoted by joining to 'carry out according to similar r 6ning.Ieaye East Mayor and Aldermen ,
t, 1 veiaure to I Mtbt no such proposition midable interest in East Florida, while many any, Georgia scheme, a matter of indifference Florida in fit! One of Dollars to' subscribe abencelrmorttedwitha.reportt'whKli-: : \
5- 3 I. k has ben' 1te any meeting of the citizens in Wet or Middle 'Florida,. among them which, in preference to one.of their own, The first these. enterprise ion to vthe_ new. waJ.by their Ghairmo received. i\and, UD; I f
Florida; and further, that no Geo. T. Ward, oppose the Georgia and by this,selfish policy cut off the suggested, after theactioh 'S '; V .
such proposition' has been received by any connection. E. \bicb.we publish from, any participation in the benefits Et of the Legislature, is will the entrance Whereas,1 At a.'roeetuig: of the citizens bt iQUsi Tbe code' of."By", :

; gentt.b has advocatedlhe policy of today, exhibits the grounds on which Gov derived from a work having for principal of the Rat; the' j junction 'of the"Flin! t aanflahbeId'on of ; .tbc.teth. and eleventh election" ; Laws prescribing ;1
i charter'of the Peu acola and defends his shows object union and : days No'vmber l f, foilowing.resoln- cf'a PreWemt'WcePresident ,Se l
Brome policy, and very consolidation of, interests and Chattahoochie.river;!, .be ,of vast lions .
: Georgia Road..' They have overlooked the clearly what Savannah has t expect from between the different portions of the State.1As' injury to Middle'FlorutaTL lnot : were passed, to-wit.:<. tar a 4Tmsnrerow raotbwty J G.But-,

fact that the GeorJti company and tbe Flor- even the Floridafriend.of.aptilroad: con.nectien Fox once-said, there is no such >reply, not &svt Tbaftbe'citize. s' :Savannah'. ler, officers?Vai pfOcVedred -, ,""
: g ida Company; separate anJ distinct or with our city.: We have expressed thing a.much i injury to ,Middle Florida. the in ting;assembled,, hereby ratify' a.eion'ohl
as keeping down verity-it will t! rise,' ,and, confirm' the i whenibeJoIIowingnarne4 gentleme'n -
pnizai.ahd that the remarks a news- tbe'ppinioji that the !people of Florida were even 'nuance of the Road from Georgia; even. a t .subscription' of ,$500.000 _4
I'.pe on ,'were InS not well disl'08&towards the props connection I from dust ahd ashes;'"and.,with! some. modification lUie-.Suwannee! ;; would, be .tb.East1Florida: : made by the city council,to'lhe capital stck i ,we'reV J'd.tl!, .,',by: t. Cbiirmaadttly.-" ''.;:*.

;, retrenc I Florida Company. and even .. .We of the words :'//carryout any Georgia .- Nor would" "Road -narali oithe bavannaJfandLAlbany! Railroad ,, and)leall.eleeteJir, -" 3 '-' ;"* ''
a !_ with. i / .
t TJteofgtcThatshouH
) the. supposition; that amount of runninR ----n ; circumstances beoto 'r'
'hu examplestorn. those who
t were t"bW upn gtaitof kod from.the ,. openly any ,oppose such connection, to-show;; that scheme' a matter of indiference ..wbicbf.e 'have:been so.much out of the question a ; make advisable ia..theL jjtfgnent'of' : \ e .J. a rYe; P t :.,'

.t. ; i ; e! G BuCit'isa: mattert>f no we have goodreasos, cur-opinion, butre is verity" i in. 'th oe(above' p grplf parallel State Road,:,through F'' iida,(wciulil Jhei dieciors.tobab'! their; organization, lobe, r.reJi' 9I.|tl, !: i rsory

I momen'wb'jhe thy are or are not: mista \ think 'the), letter of "Go..dlom: wi ,which, ;.will'; I rise," despite the.efforts ;t be, in case the connection. ,'wittGeorgia! : is and.tocommeflcejhe work.on 'a less'"subscnptiofi 1. "V; ?
I aton wheher 'or convince any one that if Floridiafymlh inflated face);to.pvff-Jt down. : J 'thaQ;:;;'two millions: of "dollaWa* ,ACer. vhicboa:: >n'byGil.I.JVfGarf'.+
) mae t accomplished the Jrtiddje.and''a .
9 to be >c. r ctd by connect wit Florida, it will.be ou, theii own So. far:us we remember, "noprominent; by foreign" rovid d ; the/5orgi.O fzatiori of the Com 4ieib.'cnpflyP: Q et. ,
I every e.j Florida. So far this terms condition" that webuilda. road ., people_plbiain i ;,a \ccntrollsnginterest'( .ma theportion panyf.this; "subscription' btf.fhacijk( if Sav- : aJ ( D !d
S being theeStvniiindj und rstand.willj.! ougbher'.territory"fojjiqrown prJnt find leadulig men" in th i(4Ie liYehretofole of the Road-cpnstructed wjlhib ibis! annab' )hall nevertheless J be valiiiUrid ,of u ousQ,TbUrav te '. t '

.. that ha.tedlt,pfeou -ciinncctiiiguviib her. 'The people.desire; to Cave the Eastern&,tei.minu.oLtheruad 1 ;:,rnmesd4a r 'L jEnturest: .i .any (Slate):{S 'ta i .pJri:'iilL.tbel e'yJUiinaginedresulting ) fall force :, r vided,;That( bjk.bcoth.meued ; -' a. 8'.0"I J"'-. .. "wls T', ..,4. '

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composition was,entitled to} place in oar By the rush of stockholders. .the office i ; ., .JaCkIeniThe,.fla.> May J&b'Uti3." WDWfsanaqpro StlBSCRJUER kls. .
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cplnmna, .to .bi h it was Yery.welcome of A. M. EKED Treasurer of this Company ; ." Ad -, J stoeK of Goods, .,
Jaeob' <
i ?aIaeTs' i' : : : aasortaent of Dry Goods.'R ai4"
concealedin Iusnsa.o
since but it ha lain reminded that Adam.sV
aoaa weeks ; we are this is the; 'dayforthe .VUe.II.. York.Compalt7 of Alb Hard, hollow,&Utaacl W.. 1
A1roauio Po ,
oar drawer, with a quantity of other payment of the first instalment of the CATTTAL t200,00ff.G Au&,;San A KeljeyMra1 Hats,Boetaand Shoes for ladies aad'feats .

** opyw until the present moment: Stock. ,. F.WzavuE.. A1bet1ao.John ..La t3e..u i C' GROCERIES. .:
'. J.RIOUIMOJ- Atkinson Nelson 2' ,Laaai1 Geo W Otard''Brandy. choice brand Wb 'r.I
coJonrancaTED TO tax UP CKJCAS. ; PrealdllDC Secretary. "- '" B Lawrence Jo?. .'... ft .; Port Madeira .
The Gardner c... Granite Pin 13ljiThoniU' L1at.r.c..- ; Muscat Wines Haatabaeoa side*;.Porks;Bettors
USE! TO LAN DV ALlD. .1IrIUIe. Cop..ay, al'V&lCIk rdsQ79"Geerzt".At' Lard; Mackerel; Loaf.Crashed;and Brew.-fiejP

WASHCTOTOH May 27. Uolc1oa Rhoda Mer1 Je C gars Teas; Rio and Java Coffee; Ffev-ta oar'.
thou wanderer,by old Atlanaers APITAL: 1200,000. Bo\tor. .w Moore Job lstnd half Lead and '
\V. think of thee The jury m the Gardner case hare not yet I barrels Shot .Powderf

snore, been able to agree upon a verdict and today GEo.Cua- Prci't, "Wn.b,DPR ?, SteJ.Knlckerbedcer Bartlett Colby Mlers William Cheese;Pilot Bread;Crackers and various eU.Q
far than mines of I oothe, Wm JMorpa John A articles, too-tedjaot to awntkn; whkk.ho CU
Iipest, of that more precious again asked the Court to discharge them Flr Insomnee o.panT' Brown NathuaielN MeComb,las tab pleasure. showing to his fneadj-aad'*m ..

golden ore, which request was refused. .t lrt'".. T. Bachelor Roacoe G Moreen A tomen ,
And pray that'each pure breath that greets thy CAPITAL } ADto McKay O-W Mj713; JAS.t1YINGSTONAjL -
Horrible Death from a Uattlesmake' Dnght N D Macsail Peter .
brow from ocean's tide Cois.CKAXXX Pres't; }'. D. MOE, Sec'y. BueklesJohn Mann'Uuam' WINDOW ,BUNDS-Large f anl to.V *

!fsto0 the rosy Goddess Health, to linger by On Saturday the 14th instant,a eon of Mr. Bishop rrederie Manucer 1agnarC&rm Y eeivcd aadi''ale 1.S 1
Insures property against loss or damage by MacheM apr 7 .AMEIL&N1E&M.
UJ11ide.ltalia" FUTCH of this
caunty, while picking whor- fire or lightning on as reasonable terms as any lCJa D. Murisby,Henry E ui3AVM I II0

classic sky hath not a brighter, gladder tIe berries was struck by.a large Rattle other solvent company. Applications received Carmiehial,John Mattair Ju 0' ,Oosheir Butter., :, .
'i snake-upon being struck he started to run and policies issued by CuterliDe, Calvin. L I Martin > AT Kegs of Goshcn: Batter." JuiiMivCmt&

hue but found the knake had its fang fastenedto A. WILBUR, Corwin N II .McGregor. Rlebard L and for sale p

Than that which ipana the smny IaDdhe land his pantaloons leg, and in stumbling and Agent, 129 Congress street;Savannah. CoIlinLDnl.Phillip S MaIBhaE Martin WaN ZCope. I JAOpposite tIrES HANHAir.

that shelters you; scuffing to get loose the snake struck him T J Dr.Byrne's BaOdiag
Charter Oak lafe)Incnrmnee Company Cross. N marS Bay street. .*
jLndGalBa's countless purple Tines feel not a some six or seven times. The lad was about Ilartrord,Ct. Carter,U1y.ea Newborn,Mark \ V'

softer breese 14 or 15 years ofage. He surmed but CAPITAL with Endorsed Carter Joseph Nor, J W lH Interesting to the. !
a (230,000 a large surplus. Wm H L J : ,Thirsty f
Curtis Nash Joseph
that which whfopen gentis tones amid few hours.Ancient 28th. by the State. \\ ofi t.
Than City, May C.toD,Thee H P OLD Cognac and Pale brandy, -Zss1

your orange trees. ALFRED GILL, Pres't; JAS. C. WAUXCT, See',. Crockett,Jan N 2 PODa April and Monongahala whiskey, LoDIIoa'
SHIPPING LIST. H.L. BTKD M. D., Ezam'g Physician for Savannah. ClaW Rodney D PaeklaDd ICE.! ! Porter and Port wine,warranted to produce the.
LIC 'IC II desired
morning's dawn the efTMttjtutrreceived
Th roseate tints of gorgeous Clark J S Parr James I37R&E1rAgsss .
midday light PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. This company wffl issue policies on the joint CampoeD Joe W Phillips Nancy TQ"S rn.n apr 21-5 F.C.

blended gold and purple veil that wraps the stock principle and upon the mutual"plan, thus ChalDaen Virginia Parker Addison Orders from the country earefnny and promptly COOPMAB'S U akin g FstsiHlslllSMSlll
The Costanic Mary Philibrock E G .
combining the benefits of both systems at the -
XSTiaxD. option attended -
Chsrch '.Albert G 3 Josenh FWAVEB. fc CO. COOPMAN eootliraos'ta...
west at night of the insured. ._ Penny, HENRT
Jacksonville 5 1833. .
The tender glaaees ot the moon the broad brightglorydrpeIthe May 26. Sen Entire, Wainwright New York. Policies will be Issued at the lowest rates of D Peacock, John ,May oMacksonvUle whh .,

Sch Velaaco, Farnham.N. Y. premium that can be adopted and afford requisite Downing E Phillips Andrew GOOD BREAD. -

n'J'"tI'a soft green land along the 27. Sch Joseph Grice Rodgers N. S. security to the insured' and perpetuity to the Davis Davis Chu Edward W Fumble PercinJ William Edw S New.Groceries,and Provisions. FOR CASH' AND CASH NLr_ .
institution. '
IB outbern main. 90. Sch President Redman N. Y. Policies issued for. the benefit of a married Downey, Mathew Q o Barrels Genesee Flour from His the store oU is corner situated ofWm.on Bay-street Alsop (atpcesens 2 door' 4

Sch United States, Batchelder Phfl.CLXAREO. woman,on the life of her husband or any other Drury Henry Quarterman L 20 Half barrels Genesee .Flour F. Waver tt Co's,) where can be had at a&tisaw-

there amid those floral shades that lucidfountain person will enure to her separate use, independently Dwight Willis.J ames R 2 Bbl timo Flour BREAD, VAXES and P4STRYefnoryg.-_
And of her husband and of the claims of her Dow 0 Rockwell,Austin Sides scnpttoB.' .
falls- May 25. Sob Cameo Pettigrue N. Y. creditors. E Roberta,John P 1000 Lbs Bacon Shoude Persons from the-eowatry win find it eottTenleat

That hired old Ponce de Leon from Cuba'sprincely 26. Sch H. M.Johnson Lunt. Philadel. SLAVES INSURED on reasonable terms. Ellis, Chese1deD Redd Edw 0 2 Bbls Leaf Lr to supply themselves with these article,freak,at.. '
Robinson H G S Casks
Ellis Mr Ha .
L halls, Sch Velasco Farnham Roekland. California and Australia Risks taken.A. Esten, Reuben W 3 Robertson 10 Bbls New eSl Pork his in town counter.as herefofore..Private families regularly suppOed-.:

With many a lordly follower to quaff th' immortal Brig Condyi, Small Boston. WILBUR, lilison,Richard R Russ Jun T 5 Kegs Orange. C. BuUr Parties wishing pastry furnished eaa at all .1

1, enp 27 Joan, Tyler Martinique.May Agent 129 Congress st.,Savannah. F Rose David H 4 5 &bbl Coffee% Dr times be accommodated with promptness and en _
Wm Roberts Elinh
Which wild Caribbean legend told that. fount 28. Sobs Superior Hopkins, Boston. my26-y Fairhnrst Francis & Clark. Robinson If 5 Bbl Pilot Bread reasonable I take this terms.opportunity of expressing' thank -' 14

had garnered up. i Floyd J OBePh. It'eil1, Morris 8 Cases Claret for the liberal evidences of which-
CHALLENGE! Final Sarah AnD Roberts,Anne E 1 Cask London Porter I have already received and encouragement
$500 .whik
Friends of URIAH BOWDEN *
Oh!Nature hath no lovelier spot and Earth no JtJ-The preeDt Friend Cotes W Rose Wile.r 1 Cask Scotch Ale continuance of the same feel warranted 4.in 4.
fairer home his name as a candidate for the office of Frayier,Stephen N RandaJT Wilson ,Bdxes Candy claiming for the bread which I offer qualities, ;

SHERIFF OF DUVAL COUNTY, at the traserHD S 5 Boxes Candles nnsurpaswdin all the essentials which to ask '
To tempt the pilgrim from his path and bid him SOBENSACKS WORM SYRUP.An 250 Lbs go
G SetonGeorge2Grant '
October election. Ch the staff of life palatable pore, and wbclcuoi.IwilIconUnuetousethebes(5out.whIswlt.
cease to roam I article founded on Scientific principles; Richard S SnyderWiston D 4 Bbls

Than that soft land of lakes and streams, of June 1. 1S53. II I compounded with purely vegetable substances Govern John Sattenbe,Jan N 1 Bbl Pike personal experience io the art of Baking,j" Mfof.
I II being perfectly safe when taken and has never Guffen James Z smith PercinlGibbe. I Bbl me in promising my customers Good Bread,. t -
wild sequestered bowers, I been known to fail in curing the most obstinate I Susan R Small Moses 11 2 Half bbls Mackerel march 244f HENRY COOPMAN. .': I

;Named by the Mariners of old in joy, "he lct-GEORGE STONE presents his name asa i case. Worms can never exist when this remedyis Guy Mona Stanton TbiDD& 2000 Choice Segars ._ ._._= _._-- ---- .. 5 .
Land of Flowers. candidate for CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT once used from the fact that it not only destroys Gerard F Smith J C 1 Bbl Burning Fluid $
them, bat removes all the dime and'mucns GoTe Ben S Smith Gee F 1 Bbl prime Old Whiskey WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, AND NEW' J
S. A. D. L. COURT of Duval county, at the October election which may remain. I Gore Charles D Snowball Jun C 1 Bbl Sperm Oil _. .ADVERTtSEMEMTS.
&x.wuN. Y ,March 23d 1853. ,at the instance of several friends. Gari.eon,J P Smith James Whole,half and quarter boxes Raians :*nts, --------- : .

April 7th. TIlE TAPE "WORM. Green,A B-3 She&l'l. Addison .aoni. Vinegar,Mustard, Congress Water X H. G. McCTJTCHESr.Practices .,
This worn is the most difficult one to & Just received .
destroyof Green Benjamin 5adier Bob. Toba Ahol, fte.&e. o. per ATTORNEY An "' -
NOTICE. all that inhabit the human body. It grows to i H & Alex T' brig S Louisa, and for sale by WASHINGTON CIT, t 'c".
To the Voters of Daval County. an almost indefinite length, and becoming so I Horton Theodore7 ,.smith,Geo F May J F. WAVER & CO. in the Courts of the Dbtrkt/sauT
persons are hereby forbid trespassing on I fellow-cit coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomachas i Hutf'.wile, 1 Claims for Pay,_ Ctasjlms, '
ALL lands on the St. John's river, two respectfully announce myself my to produce Pitt, St. Pitas' Dance, jr.,which I H&ber.FI&DCIs 2. To9Jl'DleDtl James Bounty Land, Lost Horses JM., -
tracts lying on both sides of the river between izens of Duval County, as a candidate for theo&ceotCLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT I is the cause of many going to the grave not believing Henw.r Townsend, Sarah J nRICK 1st. By a late act of Congress*off weMMC

Hambly Old Store and Mount Tucker, and on that these complaints have their origin HukeD Ellis D Townsend J E 0'00'Ne. ; just r revolutionary Soldiers are entitled to Pensiooa.... -
Salt Spring,at the north end of Lake George ; of said County-pledging myself if elected to 'I from-the Tapt Warm; consequently they do not Herrick Saml Thomas.C N 10 a aDd for sale low by 2d. The widows of officers and soldier of th*. ,,1
U shall prosecute tresspassers to the full extent : use the proper medicines for their diseasa. To Hutch Mark E Turner Sarah may-i9 F.WAVER & CO. Ute War,Wax with Mexico and.the Florida..
ofthe law. discharge my duties to the best of my abilities. those who. are afflicted with this awful foe to Harrod BenJ Thompson Neiker War are entitled to Pensions if their hwUskb s twerekilledinaenieeordiedofdisesaeontem

JOSEPH Me ERNA. DEZ. my2G-td I. V. GARNIE. health, I recommend the use of my Worm Sy- Hall William 2 Toothaker, Henry IRISH POTATOES. $* ..'

June 23mumAM Flip and Liver Pill. The Syrup to be taken in Hopkins Edward W BBLS just received, and for sale by ed while in service. .', ,
Poisoning doses of two table spoonfuls three times a day; Hutchinson Char!.. Wiebbam Edward IO F. WAVER CO. 3d. AQ widows who hare reeetod' ftVy arsP

SMITH'S FAMILY FLOUR. Parents who then take from five to eight of my Liver Pills, to Hopkins,mo L Wilson David 2 pension are entitled-.0 a renewal of their Pentsions. -" W
Thousands use Vermifuge composed -
XX: m barrels Hiram Smith's Family Flour. dislodge and pass the Worm. By strictly following Hewitt Dexter B Wells C RHarpneas. Piano-Forte for Salt. ,. *. 5,
AM, a few Barrels Stewart's Syrup of Castor Oil Calomel, tc., are not aware these directions the most o'cuu of I R Weflenton, These ein obtained by addressinr as abort*. 4postpaid.

Received per schooner Joseph Grice, that while they appear to benefit the patient, Tape Worm can speedily cured. Henry, Jane A WiginsJ L H R A VERY FINE PIANO-FORTE is offered I Feb.2&-6&_ ;
And for sale by ROUND or STOMACH AVOIUX. House John E Willingham, B.T 2 for sale on very reasonable terms. It can
are actually laying the foundations for a series of
Ju2 5. N. WILLIAMS. This worm is usually found in the small intestines Hogan ADD N Wood Gilee JJ be seen at the Bujfinffon Haute. Fot particularsInquire Watches, Gold and SflverWaret- t tL.
diseases such at salivation,loss of sight weakness of CoL S. orGEO
,and is the worm most common to children; Wiley John Burton .U.MILLER A CO, t
More Customers at the of limbs. tc. yet it is not entirely confined to them, as adults Jones,Dg Wild, hriston F. SKIFF. WHOLESALE '

WANTED Store of Messrs. In another column will be-found the advertisement have frequently been known to suffer with them. Jones. :Mitehell V apZl-ts WATCH JEWELRY HOUSE.If .'
jn2 HANK1NS & HARDEE. The Symptom most prominent while affected Jones Joseph Van Waggeman, J 2 e.227 Baltimore sU S.E.cor.of Chariej st.WttPOaTEns .
of Hobensack's Medicines to which ask
we with this worm are hardness and fullness of the Jackson, A H Van Noss S H A Great Bargain. of English and.Swtf WsMiB* .

SIDE UP-WITH CARE. the attention of all directly interested in their belly, slimy stools,looseness of the bowels,pick- Johnson, Louisa L Y fl. and tools(every de.er4io.Watch,cons.-

RIGHT The Undersigned is constantly own as well as their ehildien's health. ,In Liver ing at the nose, a blueish streak under the eyes Jolbey. Willr Young William STOliiFOu Makers and Manufacturers of ftne Gold Jewelry ,-
neeiTing New Goods-consisting of Complaints and all disorders arising from those &. If you or any of your children have any of Jones Iary L 2 Yoube, Gregory DKUG SAL We can the attention of Southern-and Western

Groceries Dry Goods Hardware, the above symptoms,HOBEN SACK'S WORM Jones, Folly Ann rII1HE TJndersiened offers fo sale StdL dealers Watches.Jewelry and SilverWare,.ty ,
Ready made Clothing of a Bilious type,yon should make use of the only SYRUP can safely be depended upon. By using Persons applying far letters in the aboT1m .L, DRUGS MEDC'E.tc.,wJhrv- our very extensive stock assuring them that fair,"n". '

Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, fce. &e. genuine Medicine-.Hobensack's Liver Pills it you have a certain,safe,and speedy cure;' and will say they. are advertised. or they may Dot get liege no article in our line shall we allow ayeeUMissWment _
They are all directed Right side up, with $7-MBe not deceived," but ask for Hobensack's if after using it according to the directions, the them.' c. k COOPER was purchased with great care,and will compare to re."to HANKINS Is. HARDEE. patient is not restored to health,and the vxjrmt :Ma19-3t SCI1&8ter. favorably with any of the same amount that e be .r low prices We are the only Wholesale Hcse. .
In Worm-Sj and Liver Pills,and observe thoroughly eradicated from the cystem yon can road The trade is rapidly increasing, as in this branch of trade in Raltimore, and shall;

___ that each has the signature of the proprietor J. rest assured there is no remedy beyond the graves THOmAS DOUGLAS is growing 1 rapidly a corresponding use every fair means to induce Southern and Western --

ft ff\Tlirk Ibs. BACON SIDES, just re- N. HOBENSACK as none else are genuine. As for fail, there is no such word as 1aUwith income of trade may be expected. W" merchants to open accounts with vs. Oar
/oyAfJ9 ceired tad for sale low. byj3 those who nee my Worm Syntp.ABCARIDKS. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, plank road now in contemplation is complet terms shall be as liberal and accommodating aa .

IIANKINS & HARDEE. -An other Scientific Wonder-IMPORTANT or small Thread Worms. AND SOLICITOR 'N CHANCERY, Jacksonville will supply the interior Fr can possibly be found in the URited S"- J.

{ } DTsrepncs. Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S These worms,to which the human system is liable JACKSONVILLE, FLA. in a measure with Goods. To We will take great pleasure ia showing ewt 1
TO the most troublesome of all others. g in this business,a rare oppor goods to Southern and Western merehantaj.
JAMES the Fluid or They eng
PEPSIN true Dilative
myly My reasons for offering whether they open accounts with us or set. .
to bo found in the
are generally rectum and if tuty. Gfer
Gastric Juice prepared from RENNET, or the I other business L. H. MILLER fc CO. ,
con on hand a general as allowed to remain, from the irritation for bT .
KEEPS of- rocETH STOMACH OF THE Ox, after directions of ,lay the foundation for serious disorders they produce WM. M. TUNNO which will take all of my Any communication feb3-6m Importers of Watches.Baltimore- ..
Baron LJEBEG. the great physiological Chemist ,
attended to.
will be promptly
Family Groceries and Provisions by J. S. HOUGHTON M. Z>., Philadelphia such as inflammation of the stomach.of the bowels The best and other de.rangement. Factor and Commission Merchant JOILN M. Snuff and Tobacco. .;,
Of which he is always receiving fresh supplies. This is truly a wonderful remedy for INDIGESTION and safest May 19th, PAY.Jae.
ALSO DYSPEPSIA JAUNDICE, Medicine that can be used is HOBENSACK'SWORM For Florida Produce,) F. 1.New PETER LOR1LLASD, MANUFACTCSEBNo. ,, q I
SYRUP. Such is the astonishing 42 Chatham ff .New For* *
Numerous Artida of HouseJiold Furniture, LIVER COMPLAINT CONSTIPATION, of my Medicines over Axaradu. that I nr.-NO.. 5.. SOUTHERN. WHARF.-Cft, q ; M.. ,
power -- ------- -- forula the foflewinsr article war.-
f?..if7..t(. ;;,....** fff., and DEBILITY curing after RATCU'S OWl to where vv Spring Goods. r .
defy one produce a ease Worm : '
aI..t, a w ,- MtrnoD.by KATUBE'S OWN AGENT the GASTRICJUJCLZ. any my Charleston S. C. of superior quality i-Maeeoboy,.. f'
Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended to be French and other ,
Customers respectfully invited to calL containing Scientific evidence Scotch Coarse Rappee SnOsp ,
are Pamphlets, -
used that they will not cure. All that is in tin-foil ., 1
Tobacco and
necessary my -y also FIDe Cut papers;
feJ-Store on Bay street opposite Dr.Byrne'sBuilding of its value, furnished by Agents gratis is to use the Syrup in accordance with directions HANKINS HARDEE more particular description of the various article ., ,

.-CQ jn2 O-: ee the advertisement. sp2-ly I on each bottle; and in case a gentle pnr- GALLAHER now store, received per recent .can be known ly sending for a fall price enrrenttas (
gative I required in order to allay the irritation JNO. S. HAVE i a above. 3m mar ttINDIABUBBER ) .
Flint Corn, a superior ___ <
COltN.500'blllbels they produce the Liver Fills,by their .S--'
APOTHECARY HALLand 11m- rich French Printed Berages,
Late Auditor of the Treasury Ve Mus :
? action ad health operation upon i the Muslins, in GOOI .
In JAMES HANHAM.FLOUR. Tea Depository. bowels II the most pleasant Medicine that can be Win attend to Claims before Congress/.Dd the lel; English Calicoes;mlon Subscriber would.respectfully eatt u." \.

._40 barrels Fresh Baltimore Flour taken.HOBBKSACK'8 Departments at Washington. 'I Shirtings and Sheetings of every quality and THE of his old customers aad merchant ;
So. 3 Dr. New Jaek- -
I Byrne' Building,
de by JAMES HANU l. .oiiTllleK.F. LIVEn PILLS.No He refers to all reasonable men throughoutthe I width; throughout United State and Canada Jail f
Jn2 part of the system is more liable to disease Union who hare had business with him sad 1 ,'1l-4 14 Lancaster Quilts. ,stock of Rubber Goods manufactured Ew Vim- .j

is hand than the Liver it being supplied with numerous he relies for saeeees upon hi* familiarity with the Also a large assortment f Ready-made ClothIng ,self expressly for the spring tradeof 1863; HX*
kept constantly on a Large
LARD. barrels Leaf Lard, just received Where well selected assortment of blood vessels and ne"u" and if diseased the routine ofbusiness.WASHINGTON. ,fce. &c..all of which they will sell at the stock of RUBBER CLOTHING;ispartiealarFr '
sale by J AMC9 UAMiAil.SVUUP blood of course flowing through all parts of the May 101853. lowest market pthssN.B.Storeformerly* deserving of inspection; as it has never before r

JII2 .' DRUGS and CHEMICALS, body,produces Liver Complaint, Jiundict, Bd- occupied by Messrs. been so complete nor the articles more perfect '
received late arrivals, lout Affections Dyspepsia, $v. $r. Moody fc Boulter. '4
just by warranted fresh and :. 8m AN. &STOCK OP
-J. barrels Syrup, for sale by genuine. Also, PERFUMERY, COMBS, LIVEn COMPLAINT .Z. D. OILMAN, Jacksonville April 7th. Coats Capes..Pants Overalls Leggings CaD--. f
BRUSHES SOAPS LAMPS BURNING is attended with chills succeeded by fever severe ca""ft c tJt riage Cloth Wading Pants PianoCoV- -
Jn2 FLUID, &c. tc., which will be sold low for pains in the region.of the Liver, vomiting bitter iJ Mysterious Rappings Accounted for! ers Gloves,Caps Machine Belting, Engine*.-' -

FOR SALE. A Rosewood cash.Country taste yellow furred tongue pulse full and bounding PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE Packing Lifo7'Preservers Air BaUaj: .' .r
PIANO Iron frame -reeeired and for Piano sale orders solicited and punctually attended ,the pain in the aide is increased by pressure, WASHINGTON CITY "guST RECEIVED a large assortment of Whips and everr description ofJUbberGeods *
just JAMES HANHAM. to. Physician's prescriptions put np with should the left lobe be effected, the pain is generally ej Summer Hats.Fancy Cravats &. constantly on hand. Tbe-above' warrantedHi 1
ly care and despatch. in the left shoulder with a short dry cough, Ivtntca'ad Sole Proprietor of : Yor sale, low 5y to stand any climate,and wfflbe! ELafrmoft r"OFFERS -.'

the skin becoming of a sallow appearance and the ; OILMAN'S HANEINS HARDEE.CC. ioiiablopriees' dlecl'llDd"p..DipCfJ_ .. .:.,
jn2B ACON.-OO1bsDseon, for sale SODA WATER AND 8YRUPS, stools c1ay-e lored_ This disease can be cured B. Store formerly occupied' by- Messrs. :tended to by ."
JAMES HANUAM.i by of my own manufacture in their highest state of by the use of HOBENSACK-S LIVER PILLS : Instantaneous Liquid Haft-Dye &Boulter. : UODGM&.1If,2fMa1aeDLue. .
perfection, in their season to be had at the as they act directly upon the seat of the disease The onTy futtmtaneom 1ll.Dyt, which it permanent. Moody 1833. 14-tf First corner from Broadway and .: -* ': tls

counter. and then operating upon the bowels they expel April 12th I li9SaaauatreetNewYort.jan ..: ,:

TEN THOUSAND ACRES of LAM TEAS. all the corrupt and vitiated matter from the sys : For ale by. 27-Sm ,_. ;1

Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company.Tea &emDYSPEPSIA. JOHN M..PAYNE. ,New Spring Goods. Vypqdmans ,.;3,1 -
Including a J Jacksonville Florida.
of direct importation j.and of thirty-four va U"-"
Valuable The symptoms of Dyrpepsia and its various mIlE undersigned has just received-byiteamer; ::.. ,:'
"Plantation, with Ext en- rieties frosst|re-1 IB in a package,warranted Cherry Expectorant < ,
and at..itremellow prices. diseases are dissiness in the head heartburn, oppression GujftuTs LIQUID HAra-Drc is the only articlenow .L direct .OF.
Improvements, flcOuNTlLYDEALERS supplied BY oxI after eating meals,sourness arising from used in this city. Gentlemen who wear A LargeStock of Spring and Summer FOR THE ..
know as the Residence of the late XKH ACOOMrARIKD WITH CASH" the stomach fce.,and sometimes general languor Whiskers or Mostaehios of a gray or reddish : Goods, Consumption Decline, Asthma Biothttii _
WELL.3. ILMclsTosH.0"ty 01 the whole body. From this it will be seen that hue,wishing to attend a BilL or Party can appear .Wasting of the Flesh Ntght Sweat*,!$&**
.Garden&.Flower Seeds, Plants,fee the disease owes its origin to a disorganised state in "a suit of black, by devoting one additional which he now offers. .to the public at very low Bl WgC ;ffi or. ?.
Fifteen Miletfnm. JacisonvilU, direct T. MCMILLAN. of the Liver and Stomach. HO ENBACK'S minute to- their toilet fan using the very prices for cash. The Assortment is complete in of :
CbWi ChsInftueaPlitlasic
LIVER PILLS is the medicine to effect variety of style and fashioa. Brtothinv, > .*
ty upon *. LxJo**. r. very a celebrated article whicfiiheads notice. every -
The permanent and-lasting care,as they act by changing IPhSodtiphui Ledger.my9 Among the many articles may be forad ; Pttih i, the Side, _
subscriber has hen mSTNew
appointed.Agent fore the certain morbidactlons of the system intoa Domestio and English Prints; Do Ginghams And all JXsco.'es4ihee3t
Administrators, aad will slosrthe premises Butter. blood Printed Muslins and Lawns, from lU ets. to-
to healthy action and. rendenii*:the pure / Cf mtE.LuTge.ff
anyone wishing io-purenase. few Firkins-a superior article SO ver yard; .
very -
Also, the Equipments of a Sugar House,em- A received and for sale.ay26 just healthy. To Females-' Sealed Propo s1s 'Fi'dand- Plain Berages Silk Tissues; This is the remedy so universalTy used"andr- '

raciagthe I aeceseary 'a paratos connected.with S. N. WILLIAMS.NuEsn Yon win find these Pills an Invaluable medicine L be received by the undersigned until .T rlteDl. Swiss Mall Jaconets.plain and: commended been introdueed.r by the Medical Faculty when it. -

in many complaints to which are subject. In TV FKIOAT the 13th inst. for building a cheeked; ....>
yon other d
Also a quantity of Machine* and Tools used : ARRIVALS. Jnst received at French Cambrics,plaid and plaiD; It contains no- opium or. ngere
h raiJng and preparing Cotton with Iron Geer-' .i: .Payne's DrugstoreOld obstructions either total or partial, they have BRICK POWDER. MAGAZINE, orthe Colfow- Changeable Summer Sifts,tromWJe, to-M SwdTenr.andirsafefor the'most delieate- taa I 3i
been found inestimable benefit in Walls '
restoring and jug.dimensions vis.Tenn feet square nnualiy -
ed Horse Pewer.lo eomptete order' Otard Brandy Florence and MarceuneSQks It U estimatedtha: IjO.OOO-persoos-dli
Tbe4Afl&Irb edtte suit.purchasers.Agent Fort Madeira and Sherry Wine, (all pure purifying the blood and other fluids so as to core ight feet Kigh and eight" 'inehea.- with-- Tin ..- Wide Black* .Silks; : in the United States with consumption and
Tenu fur Medicinal os,). all complaints which may arise from female irre- roof and Iron door. : Embroidered Swjas SHa..I1A Professor Eberly says a vast Dumber of tkeea --i
pnrpo A fine lot of
','.' LE33OflNSON; Claret, Porter Ale,fce.AU plaritiet.asliadachedimness of sight, pain 1'11"11.HOURS, 7 very few rich embroidered and plain Canton Crape. could be saved by the timely use of IOme prompt
\ for.A4m1n1at of whicn.wi'l fie soldlow.ny26 m toe-side,back&. safe and effectual remedy to-cure the following CALVIN OAK ,5 ; '
Jacksonville Jane 1.1fm. 2tl J. M. PAYNE. White Lace Mantillas&c; -< i
complaints Gout Nervousness' Melancholy. JacioDYme,May, l7th1853.iBARth.thIs ., choice lot of embroidered Goods. Pointed at home as well as abroad. This is no Paregori t-tf
TEA. TEA_Just received, a Sick Headache,,Giddiness- Rheumatism Die- A io preparation but one which if.used in ..seaeo':

30' Contractor*.. ,TEA article of Black Tea. Also the very heat trecsing Dream Dimness of Sight, or in fact oSdkf Chimesettes Undersleeyes., will save the lives of.thousand Many -eertif-4"$ .
BAKGIAUS !I' Do.1. *. .
of the Diseases that arise from affections of .
iROPOSALS will be received tin the 15th article otGreen Tea. e. any .1 rates could be arnishod.but it is preforabto that?

-? j d J.
Twtagaa Uaa ,.,FIa thc following bill of Lua- priea- only one
hTlaj BOOKS BOOKS. Come, one Medical Evidence. mHE Subscriber begs leave to inform the jmb- Misses and Ladies'Flatsr sic,Crom.1GC1l Aaow.-nJl : _
160,000 .ip:: and all, to see the new Books and Music, We the undersigned physicians,having bad '.L lie generally that he has removed from Nol Rich Bonnet Ribbon and Llnmgsj.adies ; -. : ;
bet board measure.Z*? 1'Jad'u.or. 26f at the Drug Store on ttte Corner. Also a beautiful the receipt of their manufacture submitted to its ',,corner,and Reopenedin and Misses'Slippers'Ties Gaiters, ,_ 'xinixasAprfl9.I2. .
'* ot long,and 10 to IS wide. assortment of Stationery, consisting of paper Inspection, say that the ingredients'of which .Arm Boots and JSootees Dew'Sir.-The. 'publie: generally;.are JaHyr, .
.feet measure,6'>X8"Timber 82 of an kinds. Envelopes, Steel P.ns,Drawing. they are composed makes them the belt.pnJ in Doctor,ForJ'a Old:Stor ? ; aware ofitheithousands of Remediearor l 8&1e111' .

fest loaf. Paper.Bristol Boards Crayots, Port Crayons use for all diseases. of the Liver, imparities of the (ont)where woul b pad h fine 7OLGlITLXZN.of Ready-made- Cfoth.-- Lungs,under tim titles of SarsapafUlae.Fiaa-': .

_feeto.rd measure. I".X Timber, Pencils Playing and Visiting Cards, fce. Call. ,Blood fce., GEORGE WOOD,'M.D.FCROWLEYM and Come. \p .A PaSs assortment Plasters Liniments fce,that are daily.brought: ,
IU\.2Z"erlS teet long. .. and examine the auortmant.my D. chase Groceries .' ; : fagl ,Coats,Vv&ZE'Zt'&SF'Hat* to their notice through the newspapers, by warr
"IX.?. board measure. ,J p'Boards.. '15 or A.:M. PAYNE,-Druggist.- ,1. BOWEN..lIt.JJ., His stock consists of Hiram'Sm' and. "AlfredllLSmIth'gFamIly.FlOur and fashion;* -qnal'ty of French of advertiscmenta. My,object aa writiarfii tonoteforpnblicatioa.ta .
a feet long,sad U to 1*!wide. lirt these haVine-the : for also a superior $ to iadnec the public,or aVi. *- .
frf-Purehase-none -signature anTGaiters wen'Wrtppera ,
ID let board 1 Boards.. < Double-Extra ; Boots ;Shirts afflicted,to use one that."'
aeasara White Wine 'dandforsslej.bvbr Gen..iJbbl least those who are -
fust of "J.N. aJS""eUunare
cask Tbtegstr re HOBENSACK
I' ., "tat Cravats,&c. .Cloths
W .- ;: CoUara .
feet Diseases
board measure. SMaad4'Ni. scant ; worthless imitations.' 5 CenvRiee* H. ; ; to taint article of real use Pulmonary
liDr. ) r" / .my2 -- r.fnYNE Agents wishing new. supplies, and" :.IL others .-BaconSidess'A. ,,Mess York fdo in .sTalways_ _Lu on__. 1 am eonseions that iaw doing,J&Ia'&e&-paoI& ._,
111 'An feet Uard 9" Plank BaUD:' orseronsnutw vrtantera :unprofecdousIly.and derogatory to.tbe interests
too iDUe"1arpbm.
to become Agents,must address raw .
wishing pr0prietor. to ,
infect boaid..1,7 "Lwaber Vel- lot of Candies at the-Drug Store off pale and.; y now; Sp; .n at this store a* any other 1: I-refer .Woodaan'sOleerr7Expectorantwbleh "
saust be of the best kind of :No. 130 North Second street,above Race PHILADELPHIA. d'.FCo .,. ,. ,'. Medicine-'
PiM, sound straight-grainod',free faa nyM J.d..I1MNE. .,,. r.. .- i .Starch :statesAarse, ; ."& OL Negroes Wbar .,.ott.on- is a soientiflo remedy Uaa&.lL -
eSaii4. generally : sap Bales it.,boa under ,Sold bv all Druggists and,Merchants in the ,C1'* Pear ,"mntud'tm 1a&DcL :, -. -' have need with snore MeeB than aeyoCs'usual .v .

-- & ttmast.be sawed4imesMwmi. CIaA.a-vh.l.a4.Tb'. ooo Cl United States. :.mytS-y Candles, Sperm aad/ Adamantine-' The puKUe soliehed to-.esJUniexamineGoodsanorPricesrasthey i l'reacrirtioDs. ue41\.r FKyellAn*. _:.. ..
'u JtA1"DL&.W.-1tr
U4.k1Ie'a N. exoeaiinfor. whack sold '-: -. .,.. Rio : wfll ffnd IIto-iheir
gar; }oWm28 : -" / -- "- : 'Coffee,old ; -rSolossons -
.iU C\.m.I. and all ahorter4eagUit .., : J J.I'1. A .NE t NOTICE' Girnm'Ja\ and LOa .;- terestto-purchase at this store-every article being :. I :::
ftjee aba *e inspected udof : j AfttteW Sun' : So1db1'\V. :
:uINid 11,Ia.s th UaUec5 fitates ec ...r. .* ,ly..P.w*.r, m ,RTr DATS r iD'c hu'apply tolhe 1 b fPortO'ttieo'Browa-j Powders, alara-; 'aoU-eheapteeasbi* ,'L. BvJLMEHAIAN- &Vo'iL-U.14. aC''i -
CoxDIT1o- .. Butter,Lard,Ye !" f '&
II"--I t J; Judge of Prvb&ta.fot Colombia coontr for F Ce. -" D"k Co..iii.hE rteriL' .
ht:7'n OS thi euntrastor.zu '_ .These carD or aUea 4l1pQ tsetad t44bi1.tsr srtth general UsfaetioB.;for the purpose of inx ,dee'd,for payment ot debts. to wjU the sooth-" iePSe ; .. 1 Bay 'street.AdfflMstration eYef1WtRTVo J- -ik* .
1 the i4Jn.AsenQnb7ba. J.tbtMto. proving,the eondiXioa. horses when;reduoedbJditeIuot' wort quarter of the southeast quarter.'section 19, -1A". N.rt AprU'1oI1B. OUYEVTflRMlG,- CccetAgeaL5' ; '

4t&thirt &U.I Dewab..aa4the. : ."work improper:feedings Utreqsires township V south"of range;1X" > .AJsathe west Orleans D' do"Swt.-ITD (.- .'' .. .2..... ,' : . : SNJOHNJ4.roe.dwarrN;sSkr; t. 't"- 1* .. -
Pahol It&day of Ebinr ,.1Ii bat a abort time) manifest its alters.* baIt of the northeast quarter. section.SO, town .New ,.. # : 0:0' Hotlce.OTICE .. ., .. JsWUfc. .
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2D 11Rn1 wmj.IM4I D4Al1ety.jeduotioJia.2 >:Uve-aetitfit laths latprwed spirit and appearaoM ship .3,..rang' 15. Alio the north half-of.the -eY.;Epeeer of : : : .. .:'JWte" ''- .

.of the utfirta,P41..r- eafoly. used both'-as a southeast quarter._and the southeast quarter,of ,D.'"an&rlt tb''ot1.Mc ; b"hereby given that six weeks from .e.tarcli-sr-1'. .' ._:. c ... ". .. .3Ot1iO .
---or .preventative.sd .'fatany; noinpisinti to the southeast quarter and the northeast quarterof .owrpr.cafh than,the Vhesp. :.. date shall apply lo tho Judge,Probate .
I which they-,are mbjeett neb;as :Bottsilide the southwest quarter section towohipS, jhleh he wW of Duval Beauty for letters of Administration on I JBT JMene rthe State G t, K .
. ," .ew ..-. ,tJ w. .koaadi.1oss A ppU tip: Yellow watt DLrtemrpefi I. range 15;aH said described land lying and beingAdministrator oat Cash 8teN?-me oa,gentlemen;we a. the Esate. rbnipSmith,Aaron.Tisonsad I .n \\t:C.u.wilt art.4.!AUonIeJ': ;.t 1.rM.YFCE. ..
ja. Ue arpllaiorAwarraatedBOttoeat -'- -
.. t. who. Inisld coant1.or: CoIambi q-; ;: : witaa-' I StrattoB deceased ,:. j ,
t" fce.**. Kefereaoattff gent1 .* haveFwsaUby J i John Jt"vjfS 'fl\ ,> :> .
:'IP.' .' 4.JivmGtt.... ,' used1t with....tiTe.. ,. f- :: ClLUtLEScl'ST&W. .; ... .t t t. : .t, t. .Urs March 51st, 195S.. ,6w W..S. IUSr J&cbooTilIe,March 3d, 1S53.. ML "
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r; t ( THE FLORIDA 'REPUBLICAN Iieonard's" "Tryfl. !:"" JCotiTnt"..' wrCTtfln'-, toXAot .(CfUftntf ta thUS1. : AFE ,. _: _. s AN ',* .TilOSC&OFT. : -Charleston_ an&JIer1d IIwi

-. bJ..I.& UOUOHTOX, M. n. fat lbs eks'.' : { .
r t oj ,!. L>..1 rBBUMEB ETITTHHES XT.ATJa > Office of UM Dirtrlrt Court ft*. die wUraj :1.9i. t / 1' -n.Ul S. a .

: I! i ': { .)u *Tm.. Dnral, County C. FM by SH&VKGMaker s.:2: '*Iditrict of. Ptnn' .ylT nlfc ,--. J ,' 'H r .iCROF1 : j CDer.DrA1 r' ."J
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OOtUMBhJsDREv. Another Scientific Wonder <' -
'4i 4 ; No.7.9EastJ3ayopposltoF1tZS1fl1thOflS, ; : t't1 r 1'- --'AWD 1I
rJi !' : i 'Tn!(I TbreY Dollars; 'per :annum. payable JIAItLEsToN : W'wa2IL..
: ; S. 0 ,
l'j:; L 'A: .; .Pf1a ordering the Paper.' DYSFEPSIAIDR. !-- ._ _'.: .- I- -"." -:;-. ,Drovg" ioPalaOca in 24 10-30'Hoary.
t vberiptioni,tf floi paibcfore expiration S '& STBUT half >
$ raporlcrs[ and WholesalePealers in Foreign nand pipes, qmarter.eaiki The CAROLlNA
!, '..1 :. t' .c Advertisement.r"f.arteh.rredSI.will be inserted. at the following .,.J. S..' HOUCHT. ,NS. Dmetic'Liqort, Wines, .Cordials, barrell.. ,Jamaica kegs Lime and J nice in boxes, do do of do one do.dozen. .each. S at 3 P. )I...Returning will' bare mrr'Saturday I'ALA -

I ... : eat. On.DoUaT|*r unnar* (twelve lines)forM Spr.obcco. & ac ManuAturer I Sardines, In whole half, and quarter boxes.Lobster. M.TK every Monday at 7 A.T1, PieolaU 19
I firrt '- I Salmon & in 1canister. A., ,
; and Sevpuly-Five Ccn*rouTtl'1subH-- 1o q ,Maekerel, "
r leave
: \ ,I '. 9 & nt insertion.' To yearly Advertisers a liberal --t. -,.. f P1 aisJexUnssve* j" .. .--- The FLORIDA win Coarleato 17'
tufftyef at S P. M. R taralag will Uav .Pat
Tuesday >
Kitp *
&IeonM eOw" C '
of 9
in boxes
will be Advertise East India Pres.rved'Glngrr.
1 H: iuk. All traniicnt which they an prepared .' latka Thursday 10 o'clock A..K., Black Cne
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oft tact. "
; .' meats(ezeeptby1ier.on.tiring a running account S Ma chantt. on. their. jars each. S P. M.; Ja.konTiH Friday 4.eJoek..A.M?
t.tt : :: with the See) must be paid fur previous to publtetilon usual liberaL trrms! French Cherrlez- 'in Brandy- .. -in. boxes- of "1 dos. ,These steamer*connect wita.aU the. later!**
. ; each.
1 ; COGNAC BRAKDV.'J. J;Dnpufi.J. Rousse, Stares of East Florida and connect fcotkwavs
Fruits in in boxes of 1.down each
t; '. I*Person distance can govern their remit- J Pinet.Castillon&.Co:,'J. Hennesy, P. II. Go- ;assorted. ,.- _. with the New York steamships Cantlaa & -

: I turn for advertising, hy the following rates:. dard & Co.. Leger Freres;Otard; Dnpny & Co., Do do in their ownjulee- do do. roads and th.WilmIad Rosda.' :

t .1... One-'lure'(twclre' lines. ) publubd. "x months I J. tt F. Martil,,and:other .choice brands in i Pi.fruits,do do. ," ,.'h' :. .' : fki.Paauag. from Charleston IolubtaTDIt .
,. ; : ', ftfjr '> -. glOOOTwcwjTOtrej.forsix half pipes, quarter and eighth casks and in boxes I Stuart's and Lovering's Steam Refined Slip 18:item r1eatoa 10 Pa1atb.$IQ, .
month*, '1500Olegal of I do*. each. : For farther particulars apery to _
r 4 r and otUr Business Cards,per an. 10 00 ._ 'f' S AMERICAN BRANDT-*4th ?proof imitation of Do Loaf In box. and!half boxes of 16-loaves S jf W. CALDWELL,Charles**,*
, ft Notice to debtor anil creditor, 700 BELLECILVS3E fc FIN
': the ticbcst.helvieit. thickest, French;in hall pipes:quarter and eighth casks.. S each. EG&NS *
..5'i :4 Application for letter*of administration, 5 03 lather of Sharing THETRUE: Do do 1st proof;: In .arrelt.. Do Crashed< In barrels.Do 'JaebotnUle":
f Notice of and most permanent any ,
t. fur dismissal Adminis
1l.1t. Paiatks.FebI0.tf .
ApiJicatlou HotXASD Gix-Pine Apple Anchor,. Cologne REID
Pulverized in barrel.1Do
Ground or ,
:. .. trltor..r., ? $l0 00 Soap now in UO.LEONARD'S DIGESTIVE and Clover Leaf Brands. ,
' ": FLUID Steam Refined Candy, in boxes:of 45 Ibs.tach. 5' .
tFOr&MOCIDoetI1fOntorrl\ndiJatcsforoffice. 5 00 WHISKY-Irish and Scotch.
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} ,s 1 So announcement will be made unless the same S OK GASTRIC JUICE Do Monongahelaj 1st and 2d quality. : soft- Opposition .Line
,. i Almonds, best Bordeaux and XarsellleJ, ,, carrying
aeeorapauicd with the amount .
t chargel.t. FLAVORING EX. Do O'Mara Fittsbnrg. Shear. Rye.and and hard shell. : ,
, ". i J Editorial notices for prirate benefit will be TRACTS namely. Lemon, Vanilla Rose Prepared from REN VET, or the fourth STOMACH Bourbon. Castile Soap of superior quality; in 'boxes of the U: S. Mail '

. }. I&rtel Hible the rate advertising. or THE ox, after directions of Baron. LIE BIG, Do Baltimore Western Rye and New. about 25 Ibs.each. ,
for _
t. .f lUftpous,Obituary,and JUarriare. notices,wl'l Peach Orange, Cakes Pudding, the great Physiological Chemist by J S.Houghton Orleans rectified. Jackson's No.1. BXTWKX

F: ,. K.published gratis.Coiamaaica Pies, Custards Creams, Ices &0., art M. I):. Philadelphia, Pa. RUM-Old Jamaica St. ,Croix New Orleans Corks Soap, Velvet Wine, in bales, and bags of 7 Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Gt

. : tions mutt be post aU. very.choice, and exceedingly convenient. This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indies; and New England. each. (INSIDE ALL THE WAY)

i -_ !' I------_ _----i_____. ____ Housekeepers should never be without sipn. Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint Con PBACH Bu.l'IDr-- ldNorth.Carolina and Vir gross Do, common Bottle,bags 7 grosa Via Picolata, Black Creek and Jatitcm9dltt .

r .: : :BUSINESS GAUDS. them. Those who delight in the delicious stipation, and Debility curing after Nature'sown ginia. .5- Do, Jag and Tap- I -" Fla. and St. Bntntwick
Marl and Da.
'of method, by Nature's own agent the Gat- Aprm.BRASDT-New Jersey and North Carop: D.Velvet Demijohn 4 and 6 ;
2 flavor and perfume ; gross
t - -- exquisite trio Juice. 5 rim Ga.-
; .;. ,;, LEGAL., Fruits and Flowers, will find in these lina.; Perfect Love Annisett i 'Vinegar, White Wine,in quarter cask ,
Cotnnus-Noyean. ,
Ccj-llalf teaspoonful'of infused in Cider U barrel.
a Pepsin, Do or Apple, ?? > mIlE STEAM PACKET
rf G EO. \' CALL Flavoring Extracts all that they can will dissolve i Rose, Cinnamon and Peppermint. of Hondo
: wJJ.ter. digest or Five pov.nd. of rocul Gordon CouRt & SEOAKS-A large assortment Rio 'VSOBSSsSaL,'. Ja. \VKLAKA. CapUiaN.r '
N $ I desre.LEONATiDS. MI aBout two hours out of the stomach. WINES-Madeira, Newtou Consolacion Filantropa Washington and other Palatka
chit KING
54 t --'oQ.3'3:1tl"ml35 7 n ttQSl Co., Leaeock and Jardine in land | casks. every Monday utnbg
e Pepsin is tho Also Florida
great element or great Digestive choice brands, direct importation. at 8 o'clock.
::. : =; JACKSONVILLE FLA. LEMON SYRUP, being principle' of the Gastric Juice-fh*Sol cent of tht Port, Page's, Key and other choice brands." *, Havana Cheroot and Cuba Sixes. Arrive* at Jacksonville sane

if"z '., : ear 31 made from FRUIT instead of from Acids, Food, the Purifying, Preserving, and Stimttlating Sherry pale Daff Gordon & Co., Benltau and TOBACCO-P, Robinson's celebrated HoneyDew leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clocktoaehiar eveninjvaai

cH '. M are all the ordinary kinds, is not only Agent of the Stomach and Intestines. It is other choice brands.Do 4 Ib.plugs,in whole and half boxes of.100 at all the intermediate place u above.
p : : :. : James \'. Bryant, far more pleasant but also more health-. extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox, do Brown, do do. Ibs.each. Through Fare from Palatka PieolaU. !.
,.., ATTORNEY CoUNSEI.U thus DIGESTIVE FLHID, Do TeneriflfeVentoso's London Particular and and in of about 100 "* a* >.
AND >n-AT-LA\V, ful and wholesome and makes the moat forming AN ARTIFICIAL do. Do Rough Ready, keg. Black Creek |S 00
;. precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its Cargo .
-. : _O.nIDD:1r_ _: mn_ DQ_ of summer drinks. Do Sicily Madeira,-quarter casks. lbs. S Through Fare from Jacksonville, < 00
t agreeable chemical powers, and furnishing a cnmp'tte aad Do W or ',Premium Tobacco, in 6',., 8's, and :
" Do Malaga, dry and sweet, in 4 and | casks. oJ-NB.The Welaka e..ecu.iu.'aa.
4. J P. Sanderson LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Those desirous perfert substilutefor It. By the aid of this preparation Jib. '
i the pains and evilj of Indigestion and LONDON I'OBTEK Byass quarts and pints. Do El Dorado in boxes 40 to 4S Ibs. each. uhJp.Uate Georgia, 10rftl1a4t.:
; 1. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Mustard that is not half
of Do Scotch East India Ale It
using and quarts pints phia.
I Dyspepsia are removed,just as they would be by And a variety of other brands, in 5'*, 8's, and
fif I. 41 CD.n Dl71 Q rice-flour and wish it perfectly PURE a healthy Stomach. It is doing wonders fo.- Dyspeptics CHAMPAGNE CIDEB-Boxes,one doeen each. Ib. AGE5TS.K .

!\ d". : :" J albollTi1le.J I\n. 17.18.)0. IfJAIPIS should try Leonard's Pure Mustard and curing cases of debility emaciation, nervous Do do Casks, three and six dozen each. | Smoking plugs. Tobacco in boxes of 5 and S dozen R. DUKE, Palatka., ,

: will article different decline and dyspeptic Consumption WINE BITTERS-Boxes, one dozen each, and on 4 and 8 WAVER &CO. Jacksonville.
: .: m.! BAKER they enjoy an very supposed os. papers. LAFFITEAU -
',", t from what is usually called Mustard. to be on the derge of the grave. The Scientific draught. Wine Bottlee-French and German Patent, inhampers S. &,.'
: AtTOHXET AT LAW, Cordials assorted do do. Feb.24-tf
evidenced on which it is based is in the one ach.

f 4 ; : : ', Ailitalnr,-Columbia Co.-, Ea*' Florida. highest degree curious and remarkable. Madeira Claret Wine, do do do.do. Flasks-Quarts gross, pints, and half pint*. United States Mail Line ,

i : fl.WI11TSIIITH '-1,2,3,4, and 5 gallon ,
: : SCIENTIFIC EviDE? C.i. Port do do. Candles-Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine.. BZTWXCC .
" : : .Tf'OU:FAT LAW Bardode's Tasteless Sherry do do. Pickle and Sauces.
x- Baron LIEDEO in his celebrated work on Ant 'and
: Champagne, baskets,one dozen each Palatka Fla. Savannah Gt
.j. .
.J : Alligator Columbia Co. East Florida. TEAS-Hyson, Imperial and Blaok. ,
mat Chemistry says: An Artificial Digestive Bonohe Calhoun
and pints-Flag, ileidseick ,
\iJ T1 HOPKINS It.\IIAlU WORM Fluid, analagons to the Gastric Juice. may be and other brands.
: ;. ; & readily prepared from the mucous membrane of The above comprise some of the finest Wines Via Picobta Slack Creek and JacitonvfflAFlat
' Attorney at Law the Stomach of the Ox, in which ions articles
vl imported. and St. JUarif Bruntvick' and
:1 OFFICE at PALATKA E. Fla., or food as ,meat and Egg, will be ,
" :, WILL practice in tbe Eastern Circuit. Bnsines changed and diatted.just in the lofttd. Darien Ga.

L :' I entrusted to their care will be promptly attended I at they would be"in thi human ttomach.lm' STAT OF FLORIDA. For Sale. STEAM
tt 110 to. February 19, 1S32.-tf I
: Dr. COMBE, in his valuable writings on the k .1. .
:',4 ; QSSIAN B. HART Physiology of Digestion," observes that "a PSOPOSED AMENDMENTS THE COSSTTTCTIOS Valuable Sugar and Cotton E'.SHAWIf.leanlPalatka
I' diminution of the due quantity of Gastrio Juice OF SAID STATE, every Thursday_ morning. at a,. .
t ti : XTTQRNEY AT LAW I4i is a prominent and all-prevailing cause- of Adopted by the sixth General Assembly.No. Land in Florida.mill' o'clock.. '

, KEY \VKST, FLA., pepsin,' and be Ds [ 1.] undersigned offers the following Valuable Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings aid
. .: '. .. Practices In the United Stales and State Courts lessor of lttel London, who was severely AN ACT to alter and amend too Fourteenth and l Property for sale.'vii : leaves on Friday morning at S o'clock touching .
"M of the Southern District of Florida. at all the tnUrnx di>U p tat. a e.W.. '2
t. : afflicted with this complaint, finding every thing TwentyThirdClauses of the Third Article. His SUGAR PLAN rATION, known as St. #
. .'. July 10-tf else to fail, bad recoum i to the Gastric Juice obtained and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses ol Josephs situated in St. John county at the NB The'new steamer ._

i"\ 1 ; from the Btomacl s of living animalswhichproved the Fifth Article of the Constitution of thit bead of Matantas River in Graham Swamp "Sf. Jobn "
t. if F. C. BARRETT, completely turns ful." State containing 1300 acres of which about 800 are of -

!;,.. : ; Rotary Public : Dr. GRAHAM autho[ of the famous works en SEC. 1. Be it enacted ov the Senate and llmut. rich loam; based on marl; 660 ave well:cleared now nearly finished* will be pat' on the.Cne.:

Commissioner for taking Acknowledgment They contain no calomel or in Vegetable Diet," saVst. "It I is a remarkablefact Repnttntatieei of the State of Florida in General ., thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation The Steamer William Cubs _IIftU
:('f of needs deleterious mercury in physolog.tbatjthe st/)11Cbl of aniina. Atttmbly convened 'ihat tho fourteenth I ; about 55 acres of well re-supplied and with tla. Hew York SteauBcra every &-

tt.: :. f And. other Instruments Writing, to be used in any form, or any ingredient to the fluid the prop Clause of the third Article of the Constitution ol plant cane. Centrally located on the plantation day. ....
; 4 ; the States of whutever and are at once attractive t erty dissolving various articles of fo. and of this State be so altered and amended as to read I is a superior Steam Engine with Sugar mill and Through Fare from Palatka, Pieolata, .a'

i .t. II- Krvr von AND PENNSVI-TANU. the eye, pleasant to the taste, and core effecting a kind of artificial digestion Ja as foliowl,ril: "There shall be a' Secretary, ol complete Sugar works capable manufacturing BlaekL.'reek ,.. ... -' .. |S 00. "

;::9ti. Jacksonville Florida. Oct.14-tI in .their operation. Children eat them no wis different from the .natural; digestive pro- State elected by the qualified voters of this-State! 10 to.15 hbda'per day, and saw mill attached Trough. Fare from Jacksonville I Con t

I.... --- -- ,- with avidity and pleasure. cess. l on the firat Monday in October fn the year 1856., running two single saw*. Also, finely situatedon .!. *
great : ,
', t. J. H. HrBOtJRS, fJ-CaIl on the Agei, and get'a descriptive who shall continue in office daring the term of pine fami and commanding a view of the whole A; E. HERTZ Palatka.

circular, gratis, giving i large ainpuni of aoien- four years; and be shall keep a fair register of lbs plantation a comfortable two story and attic BISBEE Jc CO., Jacksonville
j:4: ; : NOTARY PUBLIC, UTICA Dec. 2, 1852; tfic evidence,similar to the aV.vi l tfgtther with official acts and proceedings of the Governor and I hamo dwelling house containing ten room*,and .CLAGHORN CO, Savannah.

.. JACKSONVILLE. E. FLA.GENERAL. Gent.-The frequent calls and favorable of remarkbe c r ,from T I parts of the shall, when required,lay the sameand all papers, necessary out buildings.. The work and buildings .'eb;UU"' _'

; -_ reports we get of the use of BAR- United J S minutes and vouchers relativethereto, before the; are all in complete order for immediate -5''
I occupation. Also a fine stock of several hundred FOR PHILADELPHIA.Uinitcd .. ;
41, AS A DYSPEPSIA CUftER. General Assembly and shall perform such othei
'j. ,. me Dr. Hongbto. '. Peps has the mc'sting duties as may required of him by law: Providrd. head mixed Durham, and common breeds of -. -
'.1 of; the promise recently made to send in en prucd Debility, That the term of office of the Secretary ol cattle, and a stock of about 80 foil breed West States Mail Line

li :. B3ED10AIKOT1G1, you some certificates taken by us. Herewith marvelous efecl.. Decline,and DvspeptieCoule State to be elected under this amended Constitution .. India Sheep, which will be cold with the.plantation *

you will find copies of two, MartinHuber's sumption.: It is impose > to give the details pf shall not commence until the term of office i if desired, or separately.

: and William Stanton'a both cases in the limitsof thj. ; but aa- of the officer now elected shall expire. ALSO. Philadelphia aiisavannak.siecmNariga-: 7tion
t ; DOCTOR W. J. L'ENGLE.j.f' honest and reliableinen. the latter thenticated certificates anrifment. of more SEC. 2. Be it further enacted.That the twenty- The tract known as "St. Ann":containing ._ S Company. .
S Offers. his Professional Fervicc* to tbe citizens ol r having than two hundred remn 'kalle ben gvn ITiiladelston third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution .. 675 acres; mostly of high heavy hammock and rulE and aide-
new; spleselld
Jacksonville and Dural County.In been known tome nearly twenty years. phia. New.York, and B > alone.c. These were of this State be so altered and amended a I prairie, having a rich soil from Uuee to six feet ..Jawheel steanship. .

; 't oUJl the .. n.,T J''tlc.n" BnlUIiip ., To-day a farmer called and got the nearly all desperate easels,, and the cares were not to'read as follows, via: A State Treasurer and m'depth,based on marl. _INSTATE OF GEORGIA." ._ _
1tt,. 21 second box the first having been administered Comptroller Public Accounts shall be electedby I Ap_
1 but ,
only ranid and wonder permanent. i 1,200 tons regisietvCapt.WALTEJi COLIONS"
with'very favorable results come It is a great ntidote, and particularlyuseful the qualified electors of this State on the first 'The two.tracts known;respectively-**-"MlaCompra" j'wm leave Savannah aa foOows t -
; neroul I
: MALONK .1'\YLOU. Monday in October in the :1356 and and .Bcll 'Vests adjoining each
Zj two or three weeks since, to a daughter for tendency t iou disorder Liver year every H Wednesday,February 23. Wednesday;May 4. :
thereafter. other,and being at the head and'on-the Eastside
14 .' Complaint, Fever or badly treated two'yea.rt .' .March. 9. .!6 J& .*
iit"' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i of his thirteen years old. In this case Fever and and Age.effects Quinine, SEC. 3. Be it further .fartTbat the thirteenth of Matanza River, and containing; ;all .; I'March 23.< ," :'N.7 JonL ..t

riBST.WHAr.F BK1X1W NOBLE ST., I the parents did not know that the child Mercury -ge. e\"i upon the Digestive or Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution 1175 acres. The Southern half of Mala Compra i ". A pii1. 6. '.. JuelS

s.ti t PHILAPELPHIA' I voided worms, but she immediately recovered alter a long Dugs Abo, for excess in of this State be so altered and amended as which is heavy.,hammock,, and St., Ann,. lie April 20 Jane 9.
.t.Vet11't"J'CCtruUy) solicit ronxi i nments her health. gans eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. It to read as follows viz t The Clerk or the Supreme immediately contiguous to. St. Joseph and '
: Southern Lumber Shingles, &c. &c. almost reconciles Health with Intemperance" Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery, might be connDieatl,*cultivated with it,. thus' ., This Ship has been baill with theslrieUt regard
lttferto- Truly and re peetCullyyoors.. shall be elected by the qualified electors of this forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of: upwards to the safety andeomfortofher pasMOgen "

c: .. A. McCALLA Cashier Camden Bank N. J.: I I WiLLIAM BRISTOL DR. J. S. HOUCHTON'S State on the first Monday in October in the year uf2000 acres. The balance of these two ,!I and her accommodations are unsurpassed by"toy *., j- .

:;;. JOSATUAM {'.BOCK, PLiladcli'bia] ; 1856, and every four years thereafter, and the tractlls of Live Oak hammock. based on closely steamship on the coast.A '.
M E. T. HICIUEDSOX, doT UTICA, June 10, 1852- I Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by concreted shell stone or coquina favoring moisture new steamship now .building,Is"every respect
'. the electors in such now and of the first quality for Sea Island Cotton : equal to the State of Georgia w ill take-
\it; E. BrcamAJt, Jnrksonville. Florida. qualified manner as u
I certify that I purchased of Messrs. ;her place in' the line during the month of'Jail.
and Tobacco be
.M' ,. February IT, 1353.* or may hereafter be prescribed byla. might easily brought .
#I WM. BRISTOL & Co before next and will,with the -.. Stat. of Georgia,"
i day yesterday SEC. 4. Beit further enacttd. That the U- aDder cultivation,having been in years passed

jiL : : Edmund Whitney, a box of Bardottc's Vermifuge Sugar teenth Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution cultivated in Cotton or which the yield was ,: make a weekly line, J'each', place. pa* Wed

$ ..io: .. Commissioned and Ugally. qualified AS 1 Drops, for a child of mine, four and a half of this State be, and the camels. hereby so frequently one bale' ginned cotton to the.acre i Cabin nesday. from Savannah to Philadelphia
> Measurer aiL Inspector of Lumber for old whom I troubled with altered and amended as to read as follows vii : There is on the place' a large number'of sweet Passage. .
K jean supposed lemon I f2S
Onvjil County. There shall be an Attorney General the State, range, pomegranate, fig 'and peach
. l. Mh3 be found when his services are desired on worms. I bad tried to get Vermifuge I who shall reside at the seat of Government ; it rees, and an' extensive sour orange.grove,, all Cabin passage from SaY..to'Ne"York.. 2S
i.4 "- inquiry*t-tb Retwhiiecnoce.- down her several times but could not do shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the ot which with proper attention, can be' easily Steerage', - ? It

,' 4.: ? .Jhhe 10 Cm- it 'without holding her nose, and she General Assembly, and upon the passage of any stored to their once promising condition ; ,. A. L. LA\IAIt.Areua. la SavannaaT-" .

' would vomit all again. But after act, to draft and submit to the General Assembly, All of the above tn.etl-are situated:betyeen HERON & MARliN, )
: ; JOSEPH GMCE; up at the same session, all necessary forms of pro- one or tw&ailei from-the oeeanofm, healthy Agent ia, dc1phiLFeb. -
she the taste of the SUGAR DROPS she .2-1-"( -
General Co got locution, and inconvenient communication!with
: n..lssi.olllrchallt ceedings under such laws which when approved, -
"I'. .' ,' ?0 WATER ST., NElV YORK. cried for more. Yesterday and todaywe shall be published therewith and he shall perform the City of St. Augustine being about thirty '

.: f. .' Snicr and prompt attention given to the sale of gave her the contents of the box and such other,dutirl as may be,prescribed by miles to the South, by land and about the same NEW YORK, 1PACKET'
-- : ail. articles of produce entrusted to bis care, to-day it brought away FOURTEEN Is sold by nearly all the Dealers in fine Drugs and. law; he shall be elected by the qualified electors distance by water, by the Matanzaa River.ALSO '

md all orders promptly complied with. LARGE WORMS! some of them a foot popular medicines throughout the United tatu.IL of this State, on toe first Monday of October, in L.HTJB. ,
in and in fluid form and in
apl 29-tf Iou is prepared powder the year '1856, and every four years thereafter, The tract known as "New Hope," lying 16 A
; prescription phials for the use of physician. but be removed Governor the ad- -
may by thQ on miles by water North ofSt. Augustine and between -
'. J. HOL.M S MARTIN HUBER, Private Circular for the use or physician* maybe dress two-thirds of the two Houses the General t.ho..N orth riytr.and'Guana erect,' both 5 ,4i-
fl.n.rat-CjmtnU; ,lim Merc1t nt, East of Broad-st. Utiea obtained of Dr. Honghton or his Agents, describing :
100 WAU. Jhe Big Basin, : I I Assembly and hall receive for his servicesa navagabre for large boats. It.eontain55 acres .
STREET. NEW VOAK. the whole of and -I
WILL process ppraion. this giving compensation to be fixed by law: Provided of hammock and pine land and. i*, well situated The New and Regular line of Packets.,. :.
tartitulanttention of
the authorities
pay to sites of Yel *
UTICA Nov. 16 1652- upon That the term of office of the Attorney Generalto and for Sea Island cotton and stock
adapted New Pal
YorkJacksonviUa and
low line Lumber, Live Oak,and other Southern new remedy are based> 'As it. is .NOT -.* Scan be elected under this amended Constitutionshall b.composed.
Tiiaberand Piodueo; and to orders for purcbasBg Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & Co., no objection can be raised against, its raising.- by the new and fast-sailing schooners
until the cf office of the
-Mcrchaadiw. dec9-tf Gentlemen,-Jly little daughter, aged ,IEJEDY use by physicians in respectable standing and regular _at__not__commence_ _'u__ ..-11 ___,_term_ Uu Man. _ .JBh Grice.270.ROGERS.CotaK. _
vuiver now ciccwa uoiIuzpII. 9309-acrs3 Iaad.at' t,160tonJT.S.IlOGEKS Com'r,
7: had been ailing for three or four' practice. 'Price ONE DOLZAK PER SEC. 6.: Bt it enacted. That said elections unimproved SeJtcpnng; JeMTOak, |
UObLKEIl & POTTER. years BOTTLE... further at the northend: of LaM.Geerge 011,Jhe- :t. win ply regularly between the port' "'
Teneral Commission months and fearing that she might be : shall conducted and the returns thereof Johns river,immediately west of Vrayton'bland. in New York
\{\. UTerchant. troubled with worms, about a week ago I crj-0BSER VE .T11: .Every bottle of the made in the ,manner.now prescribed or which The track embraces "Salt 8prin ?and "Salt Agent JOSEPH GRICE.:Watrl-
.1 I". lit. Front Street, Corner Maiden Lane, genuine PEPS1Nbear the,written signature of may'hereafter be prescribed by law, for the election which
Spring creek nearly e divides i\ ..
at box of BAR- a.u ; Agents.in Jacksonville
Stair bought store a
t'p New
;A- York your J. S. HOUGHTON ". />., sole Proprietor, of member to Congress from this State ;
ita''whole and from -
through length, u navigable Irl
.'J!"' WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted DO ITES SUGAR DROPS, and adminis. Philadelphia,.Pa.Copyright and Trade-mark and it shall be the duty of the Governor to issue .the riqa for boats of thin or four feet draught. BISBEE fc.CANOVA.'. .

: 1 to'tbeir care. Particnlftr attention piven to the tered them all to her in one day. Within secured. commissions, under tbe seal of the State to the The land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the first .AI'DtiD Palatka-1C TYTTICFAtTgoodrdirectedto '
, .
ale of .Cot.t Lumber, Timber and Turpentine; hours she fi: Sold by Druggists and Dealers in persons receiving the highest number of votes for' ,
:: ., : alsi to the purchase of goods. twenty-four passed away a Med quality, entirely free from Palmetto of any kind their tare will bpromptlyf r-r
.1': Liberal advancements made consignments. T'ENTYT"O"ORMS, some of them tenor cinei. tbe said several offices. and thoncht to be good cotton land together with forwarded; I'.CJi _'_,: wSeptember as "
: S : t ebrcary 19.1852.-ly twelve Inches long. We gave PO SET some considerable-,bodies cCeabWgan4ilive 4th 1353. .-
: of Representatives by the Constitutional majority, oak to the creek.
Agent JacbOlil. hammockaa&prairio oiitlguous
tt 1 .1 I-t: -- F.Waver&Co. her no other medicine. Sinco then, she J. A., MAYER E January 3, 1853. Passed the Senate by the' The location also embraces facilities for eonstraet- :; :,Ragularly for ffioaroeT

t. Commission ami Vnrvtantlitg Merchants, has been a different child entirely.' tVholeta'e-and"Retail Agent, Savannah, Ga. Constitutional majority January 6,1853.. ins one of the largest and most practicable water ; 2 rr* T4IE. iieaam SARAH SPALD-

; : i loA D. She had not sleptwell nights, but used i powers as,, independent of the flow fromi the I Jf I GIaaYinlMeB'"rDr..
2 I
I': ))esl n n (r c l'ioli. Provisions. Choice Wines to cry.out in her sleep, and I'was, afraid Sept ; 5')7 I Orrrcz-orSECEETAST "OF STATIC;' > spring, the water of lake Cherebell about four z&S.srCO'.IaIIJIM4Mt (

tt' : Eiqw r* ind.& ,Paints,Oil*,Drugs,&e.&c., we should not raise her. Now she is en- REPORTS IN ,LA AND .. Capitol' Tallahassee, March 23,1853. S miles in length by one mile in brt'adtJa.-ma- b. trips ft'oBaJJacksonviDe to Lake Woare. ..-' .--tla&
-' '" for CASH ouly. nor 18 E' NGLSH The-Common \ .ICHARLES W. DOW.XINO' Secretary State made available by caaal oi about 'i.".4- Bay Street, Jacksonville. E. Fla. tirely well.hlavipg. Equityand for the State of Florida,'do"hereby certify the length, yielding: an ,inexhaustible supply witha 'learn-Jacksonville 5 evevpSstnrdhY'
Criminal combinedTbe series
previously need various offer Reports commences foregoing to be a true and correct copy of the fall of at least IS feet. The .the 8 'Palatka'sane
: spring itself moraki6 oWoekj arriviagai
Hew with the Decision Nov. '
Grocery and Provision ot .Michaelmas ( ) uId '
s Store. worm medicines in family I can safely original on file in' this offic : water, of which has. been analyzed byProt.Chelton .YenfD > .' .
; my 1S50 +
,. 'SUBSClilBMHS having taken tH. Term and contains from that period, all Whereof. I have hereunto : a& .
TUG. Testimony or New York and shown be valuable Leave Palatkas every5 Monday: Moralm'
oN: ,. r ,Hev St. recommend BARDOTTE'S DROPS as prefer- the lecisionsofall the English Courts. The lie- ta :of ,
, 'n ;, formerly occnpied by affixed denature and the Great Seal of
my Enterpriser
5" medicinal rropettle*; U of capacious di o'clock for' Enterprise I arriving,M
Altop & 1'ours would invite tbe attention able to all other remedies for the'cifco' ports sse furnished by a corps of over regular ? the-StateofFloildar at the '
of purchasers t.blry. 1:; Done Capitol, mensions being 60 yards.in diameter andmest. t&V same nicht.-. .: : ,.0 '. .,
i., : .i. to their large and general awortment of tual eradication of worms.WILLIAM 'and experienced Reporters, and compre- 2 in the Cityof Tallahassee. Monday; the eligibly and picturesquely located.. ft*'position -M-Tbe ,sarsh.8rslarngc1rrien. the V,:'S. .
. Groceries Provisions, &c &c.-consisting in heDsi\nel.brevity,'and nccnraey..the publishers 28th day March, A. D:1853, and seven be '
.1 ",. .. or partFitlU STANTON, with other series of ,' in a commercial or agricultural point of view, from. Palatka Enterprise She will as evw ; -
rI.U challenge comparison any ; ty-seventh of the Independence of the .
year for Ihe
42 with its to be excellell'coadlUoa
Water Street Utica. advantages ia constructing a bal canalof hautodia ,
J ; flot. English Reports now published. :Among tbe Duo '
>nMarket Beef. Butter. United States of America. ol a4
and passengers
-5 few miLes to-the Oulf of Mexico, erviM .
only a ,
't across .
. ,: t ( _toJett., Pork. Lard. -- merous instance superiority of these Reports' f C. W.'DOWNING. .. before 5- )BISBEE -CANOY ; .-
must the attention of the
:t 1"'R: J, P' J't lUoe, ;: Mackerel.'t'kl.sd : hd. Cheese Always ready for use S S over'to any many.other distinguished;the publishers-are members permitted of the profession t refer -- S Secretary State. planters-"and very merchants longdraw;of''that "fertile regioay- Ail 23-If: -_ '. ;Ap .iiJ, .: '

h! who have testimonials.Ten WATCHES AND,JEWELRY.-, % ALSO; ?,: '.
Choice Ham "
4 i : volunt.ari1furuished .Two, tract containing fiOOO acres on.the west' Clrcmlt ..-Eutu.arcalt e f .I.sir -
,11 t; bring*
BtMon Sides&Shoulder ing down the decisions to the lUle and 4500 on the east side of St. Johns lireri I I ''t&yPS'; ,
!; ; Powder. Starch. Wine. 182. M1nR !1U ILnHjrUjl!L ED 1 I Alii -
', about 12 milesabove Palatka, and having a I
&.; Candle- Liquors. being thus two years in advance of.any re Santslllqant, 'oJ
H' t-r ; Lead. ? printof c.nglishReporta. U "nAiJ.n.J.u, "U1UUA and -eue- river Iron eacn or about roar miles in extent* -, .- -
Paint. Oils, Drugs.o1p.&.. ...\Vhl.h, &gan.will For thegreater convenience of the Profession, .11' S where, in the vicinity of Savannah are informed That on'the west of the river I* mostly of.pine* _H h.-S ker; Sar- ,R nCbaaweyJBaTker .
they S that the subscriber has and swamp lands:and embraces tho.site ofthe -
sell low FOR CAlM.I there will also b publihed.as soon as required,a on hand and !is I his.Ir.c Cabta-| L. ,ffi.
SWf' .. : Their stock of 'Roo.ls having been purchased full Table of.Cal. at a'gUnce the volume = constantly receiving from the-best aadimwi' English Indian tnviiagttore, of Panton Lesly & I i. .&yansndolben.lis; : l" <*JflTaaviiijtee
J 1 aefely for eauh, tbey flatter themselves that and page of every series"of, which pectable manufacturers in,the1 country rich DIA. Co., now known u'tiamWy'ael4 store, which I;-. .te'a pearjafld*.'kai *"
theyetn the Lair MONO RUBY PEARL, and other JEWEL. is ;its beginning corner;and ,runs.t bencc south to- .1
: ell them on term. which will make it an ohje.t. contain .taino calU."th .and Equity. '.L;J oeepE S.Bateraad Sarah B-,hi*wife, te
the widow 'old ?
R Y. and sterling SilverAvar iuchas Pangrce' fields thence*west 1' ",
> > anei
Report I' -
\ T to of r reside Ue .
lo Layers twchtc the-difendiatsiathi cause beyond ,
; ,
, ., tht'hWA TABLE .DkERT'anj' north to"a point opposite the beginning, The I '..
.' ER. & CO. Tbese Reports will be euUDued.: in the tame limits of this'State and IB abs State'of Gcetjiaj *
EA* SPOONS 00-th east side of the river lies .
one between
r: : JackI DTIIII.l\.oI8. 1822: tf superior volume etylo-i...aUbe- priceof $2'per sicfjitf *: \ IIILVERPLATESand and FORKS WAITERS' fiiacrwn as:'Bufialo BlaTand"Mount I Ithe. I i On motiem-ofR. Dormao Solicitor fes.optainlasit ?
to permanent Mubscribers.1
Sutsonpt.ioD 'Hi-ordered that .otw .be giso.Ia ao-' '
*s r Charles De WaaLiAnctioneer.v. to the aboJ'rteiYe by S TEA SETTS CASTORS CUPS andS 1'Uc1cet.'Desfdeea Urge body of well timbered I this Ptt .

'1i 11 j; ',. F. .- .MCOOPEak: co.. ;. SAUCERS,' GOBLETS'.:' ,. pine lands,U eon tains some excellent hammock, I aaidJoaeph newspaBrpnbKjUsdi.: Baker and Sarah cirnit.R.l.lrt.C, I wife.1
. & aa" ut tbe County attended to, jan27 ,Agents for S&Jn ., ,TUMBLERS; PAP BOATS,r- I and;several well, wooded. bluffs and .eb'gible .cite* e .owiaant'1 bifl, ,
Ii : .: .' and respectfully solicited. t SOUP a**. SAUCE LADLES; for 'residences *By recent survey the west 1 appe..aadJauwer'1h. : shall t*; .
S. ovsiaberZfth. 1& 2. tf F' DIBMCE CREAM:CAKE and tract ha beem reduced to;2940 acres*aad the'. tJ _months; oth.rwUesaU bill

a :. HU'Auctioa Rooms and Store-hoase are kept .---I 1'Jit ksonviI1oVoiindry' :' r FRUIT KNIVES SoLID on the evt sidfrof the river toJttS..' Itiiatetieved. taken pro.eo f. o-again them sad,tht.Ibit.' ,.
: SILVER DESERT PICKLE and however that the deficit will be mado order be pnbKsVed as>aforesaid...week. sea
tm Bay Street near tbe principal market where up r. : "
; :'AND -' ** ., MeoUv lyferf rn onth*. \. ..
\ he keens xuhaad at aU wajont of the year on ':\ fiUTTERJCNIVES.- : S Proposal for purchase will be .received-byA. _.'
the norf rcatooaUe trm. faretly- Groceries and : '*3ty irQxe. : 'NAPKIN RINGS! ,. .SALT CELLARS,. .and aliter Eaq of New Ortcins. John Peel ,;- I A. FOR\VARtJdIt\,
rJa4konviIle.23Ui'Marth.l38 JCoewt
S Proyisloa for.ca h or aoiMtryv S'y n.;, -"*>_* : "-' -r '._FRUIT, .,KNIVES.-- ,- ..:'' -/. --- -_.- EtCloo of.New YorKBenjamin A< Lavender,..Esqi .- II.4* > -- ,.-
. b f (toed*sept to Sakicriier on &aU..lloa.eithet '- ,. subeci,1cr.bav1ugmade, extensive and Silver plated 1i poon I,Jr"orlcan:: at VbbSI '
. for private nr aiction i 'difposal will be viickly Leonard's Yeast Powder. THE Improvements iv\ hclr estabnsh Baskets, Castors*Waiter*.1 Snuffer'Md/Trays.I Augustine, East Floridi'or to myself the latLei i A' .'.. -5

I .. atteodad to and .amounts speedily forwarded ment; are now prepared to furnish-'V 'Ivory balance: Handle'Knimaad''silver plated place,, pottage. paid.i _- .1 S St... t .1oridat.o '- r
; S Fabfcriber baa been known in this coinmiaity for This Powder I is an admirable solstUaU : Engines of any required'. "er.,from oa :tecl.Table and Desert Kcives, flat twenty1- '.5 JQSEP1IM'RERNE: : ., .Uernap5d.County-; ?. Jfohn : ,- ;J

S sr Biiubtr o( ycara a*anoUaoeer aad otherwise. far YsjitT in? making Bread .and*'ali-- .on S& hundred hone. ; pne'd*y Marble Mantle'Cloekaj'.Md .cottmoo. St."_Anruatine*_. f-> **,March';_ JAf 8tb V'Jf;IKSi-' --> '.mar il6J ( .- 'A;&&toaa iWa UBtto : .E1 :* 'I
4 lie cfferwveeommendatlons, bat desire that kinds of Batter Cakes and has the adfvantage Saw Bras Clock of every dellCn *i.. ejeeutonoK the Estate of Astom-I*.** >
"qJn.ssbeuld be made regarding himself, of 1 11IsL .Gold foSilver'Lever and Lepine Watches; .'Martha C. Law and..II "-r"f

.troi&1 .lloase at tbe place of his real- over Yeast; Sri making th'e batter Horse Power*; -. .'Fime-enamelled. HuntingWatehe; *.S ciBotis&; : Te Mrs Martha,-C..Law,.-w ow- Pt i r r
I 4ee.' CHARLI-SlhtWAAL. perfectly! light and ready for baking the GristMilband.allpthey ma- hlB 'used! |1' Gold at Silver Wstebaths,8es1i&Kers ?S tuffliBisf', Tf'If' Law, late of said 40"".'.a :

. 5; C-. JJltedrood and BJU I santit fa"miz d. Buckwheat. and tlcount.:., ,:\ ,. ,,.1 h S Gold V'SilverThiiaWe ?;;: ; *..JRoq \? SUBSCRiBER i >-* 6tbtnecoeerned i $'whonv...th *r prt *ot sand '.. .L ,

I other Cake*;:'when. made with this Powder Castfnrs.; Goja&.Saver'Spectaeft.y- IJt .having recency j'opened'_'
j. ,- .. tTtJ1t4.t2ettbanhstoth., inhabitants .f are,lees likely;to disagree with1 thostomach' t Steam Boat-Saw Mil and.other repairing, at ,'. r'.Fei'oeket CuUeij"' '.il* oni' 01"., WClald:re ww auy so- : ;;.1 M t.j ,1
t t "' ''.ftt.Jak.uvlfleaoditevklnItyfur their llbef4 ibortnoMoer' : "I .'S Ri OM-aadRaxor.Strops .! .," ,..'f..1 t licit fhe patronage of epublio." 'There tel to be .appeu.: .tWt--Wt,.
S I ,, ,, fttrtmttf b* to w.l upon them since they com than Show 'made with Yeast; GcHAll'Maebtoery- purchased- from- as win ; f' L -OartCasosrPortMonai Ih; are at ibis Urn some lYe to aU rooms novemtddseveral 2.4a7ot' M&-'DU' tsted'q

I 5 fMtwttHriuiftcrf t '.114 hope by strict aitention uttttru and at It require' bni'a',few mlntitet t' ,pntd operation U
::1 ,4awla .MaUaoaoee of the' sato prepare for baking the possibilIty of ntf'taring e when'desired* aad-upon of Watche.,tCl eks and Je.e'I; I w.-itb1a one handled*n
'they Iiar., nstaeUfr 01 han.MIusortwcobAc Iheraj6pa entirely avoided mpunt'mhkt \ ,. ,,. : "- ,? _p K'Ttott hfelosf eiperlenw' and crfcfl8b fae1fl- ceand whayyezTh..uadsreIgne4IsJAg.t =es14-VJf* !>; -$ *., fa; )& '
(1m4ftesdy) $ CUthbir. Ilati and' he-coattdently believes aU who t
fir" Drawinf aa4>eitlmatei,. wiBiwtiafy for Gen SOOtt'S ten Jutne Coseband,tw bone '
: MJIMd HboM, eutbMry.llird ware, F4RYiAtg' j ; ) flhtJ"tol VM favor hknw. ,ththeir.pAtronareT! Ifact MIUineubebhegforO lIII1I..week ._..r- ; l-141--:
ia Uuiat1e. I'revUlwiw. sad'M.J1. iJ ki : : : \ r. '",'ills price*are as low and termsassetsnyoth.r.stsblhka.aL1ntbo5tM
; 4 ; 1' 13rnn ', St" P ; i ;. toorabie, ljrfor further uo.Ji&ra apply q th" eMcee'.0. \
If-,,, Win' *.tu ,10..whlcLtltfjaM tell* Dar.itrceCtJ3ckson'tilt lMONEY > ,; If.r. 1 O1tl'W.lI.e lUldN...:, \ tw"a .
,, -S I b 'Ma h1sthft.4ekeua7lfl4.j'rcb of'. .bJ .. .
/" 1. iS t '- LLLMOwiarket.Sq.. e. i .v.-u-- .',JAHESB.ASKEW I'

-l. iJ" Al 7iiix' ; ailofibeabore I, valuable,ariiel',**:; ,"i. '..le\ .t 'lob" .. tarcb-fl'. .. ."h"n1., &n.h.f" 7.L"t:.-. 'i' ,.J"'II* l_ ',; .rl t ..mJt:10.10 .. _:, t

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