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 9, 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 )
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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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= BY At1T1101UTY. seventh article of the treaty of the twenty Commissioner under the treaty, of 'Chicago for forty kegs 01 i i&the tember .
eighth of March tobo atirulat ; eighteen hundred and .thirty two, &
eighteen hundred and of
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September, eigbteeiihundred .
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Second .twenty
P sW during the of lars.For tomies, reported by him to the Secretary'.of. thirty two, eight hundre dollars ments, for six agricnUarislSr-purchase .oxen, PeitenaddbytAi Senate and House of
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Thirty-second gras. two mechanics, during the pleasureof War the For
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twenty eighth day : January, hundred thousand ploughs, and other stipulated in Repnxnlathn eftht StattsofAmsftea
ACT making Appropriations for the current article the President of stipulated in the seventh eighteen hundred; and forty one, 'as adjudi. dollars at fire per centum, stipulated in the the fifth article of implement fifteenth m Congress ,U.i Survey
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and Contingent Expenww of the Indian Depart March treaty the twenty eighth of cated and approved by. tbe'saId Secretary second -artice.of: : the'treoty of the twenty of September, eighteen' hundred and thirty or Genfr'or' the DUtrict or of ,CaL>
eighteen hundred and thirty six, one in his decision of March the third '. first of October
ment. and for fulfilling Treaty Stipulation nhu'ndred eighteen hundred and thirty two, two, thousand fire hundred dollars. fori' now or may hereafter be ap-
with various Indian Tribes for the year ending thousand two hundred dollars. and forty one. the sum of four seven; ten oosahd dollars. For twenty second of instalments by the by end with
thirtieth, one thon sand eight hundredand Osages.-For sixteenth of instal- twenty Present lh
June twenty thousand-two hundred dollars. interest
on eight hundred thousand :for pay of two physicians, stipulated in the advice and cnsnt .Senate,
fifty-four ments as annuity, stipulated in the second Qtwpatfi.-For education, during the dollars at five per eettnm, stipulated in the treaty of tbe fifteenth September eighteen keep his office at such place the President
[CONCLUDED.] i: article of the treaty of the eleventh of Jan. pleasure of the President, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the eleventh hundred.and thirty two, four hundred, dol in view of the public.coaveaiencev

Be it enacted by the & ate and House ofRepresentatives nary, eighteen hundred and thirty nine, third article of the treaty of the thirteenthof ?f October eighteen! hundred and forty two. lars. -' shal from tim to time di r end tt>. Surveyor .

of the United Stales of America twenty thousand dollars. >. May, eighteen hundred and thirty three, I tony thousand dollars.SAatmm. For merest on one million one hundred Gner i he ba not already coD
in Congress: assembled. That the following For sixteenth of twenty instalments for one thousand dollars. I .-For permanent annuity, stipulated tbo sd.dolars.,'at fire per centum, stipula. s ad 'lece in before
snms be and they are. hereby appropriaieW two smiths1 establishments, stipulated in the For blacksmith and assistant, during the in the fourth article of the treaty of ted article of the ,'treaty of the tering upon duty.shall take
of -" y money In the Treuury not second article of the treaty of the eleventh pleasure the President, stipulated in 'the the third of An just, seventeen hundred and first, of November, eighteen hundred and. an oath or affirmation, before an
otherwise appropriated, for the purpoe of of January, eighteen hundred and thirty third article of the treaty of the thirteenthof ninety fiveOB> thousand dollars. thirty seven, fifty fire thousand dollars. United States Cur or other competent
paying the current and contiogeni expcnocs nine r two Ihooaand dollar*. May. eighteen hundred and thirty three, For permanent annuity stipulated in the interest eighty fire dot officer, t Constitution of' the
of the Indian Department, and fulfilling For interest sixty nine thousand one eight hundred and forty dollars. fourth article of the treaty of the twenty Jar..O .fiy!. per 0 centum, &bouHd.the Untied t.1"1T'1 the ,
treaty stipulations with the various Indian hundred and twenty dollars at five per For iron, qteel, etc. for shop, during the ninth of September, eighteen hundred and fourth article of the treaty of the thirteenth duties of ofce Y in tb*
tribes. centum, being the valuation of fifty four pleasure of the President, stipulated in the seventeen, two thousand dollars. of, October, eighteen hundred and forty Fame amount Sur'yor.General;
For eighteenth of twenty instalments for sections of land, set apart by the treaty of third article of the treaty ot the thirteenth For permanent vision for the purchase four thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.pix the penalty thereof to be increased wheneverthe

thirty barrels of salt, stipulated in the second the second of June, eighteen hundred and of May, eighteen; hundred and thirty three, of salt, stipulated in the third article of the Texas Indians.-For compensation to three Secretary of the Interior shall deem

article of the treaty of the third of September twenty five, for educational purposes, per two hundred and twenty dollars. treaty of the sevent of June, eighteen hun special Agents and foot Interpreters for the proper. He shall ,be entitled t receive a
eighteen hundred and thirty six, one resolution of the Senate of the nineteenth of For pay of farmer, during the pleasure of dred and three sixty dollars. Indian tribes of Texas, and for the purchase salary at the rate of four t .n firelro-

hundred and fifty dollars. January, eighteen hundred and thirty eight, the President, stipulated in the third articleof For and assUtant, during the of presents, thirty thousand dollars,of which dreddoUar per annum, pybl. quarter
For second of fifteen instalments for pay three thousand four hundred! and fifty six the treaty of the thirteenth of May, eighteen pleasure of the President, stipulated in the the sum ot fifteen thousand dollars may be yearly, to fOD.&e from t o entering .
of miller, stipulated in the fourth article of dollars. hundred and thirty three, six hundred fourth article of the treaty .f the eighth of used in such manner as the Secretary of the into bond.

the treaty of the eighteenth of October, eighteen Pianleshaics.: -For permanent annuity, dollars. August; eighteen; hundred and thirty one, Interior may deem necessary for subsistence Sxc. 2. And be it f"r.rt That
hundred and forty eight, six hundred stipulated in the fourth article of the treatyof Six Nations of New Tni.-For permanent eigbt hundred and forty dollars. and preserving peace with said Indians. there shall be allowed the
dollars. tbe third of August, seventeen hundredand annuity, stipulated in the sixth art: Je For iron, steel, &C..dnriig the pleasureof Miscellaneous.-For payment of the third office of the Surveyor General the sam of

OmaJua.-For blacksmith and assistant, ninety five, five hundred dollar;. of the treaty of the eleventh of November, the President, stipulated in the fourth of ten instalments in provisions, merchandise eleven thousand dollars per anD somuchthereofssmaybe

daring the pleasure of the President, stipulated For permanent annuity, stipulated in the seventeen hundred and ninety four, four article of the treaty of the eigith of August, ,etc., and the transportation of the same necessary li
in tbe'ourth- article of the treaty of third article of the treaty of the thirtieth ol thousand five hundred dollars. eighteen hundred and thirty- fjip.--P two--- -hun--- to certain tribes of Indians, per seventh are ded, That the salary of no clerk .al
Senecas of New York.-For permanent dred and twenty dollars.: tide of the of Fort'Laramie of ceed the sum of twenty five
the fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and December, eighteen hundred and five, three treaty sev. dor
thirty, seven hundred and twenty dollars. hundred dollars.PCU'7Im.For. annuity, in lieu of interest on stock, per act For payment in full of all claim under enteenth of September, one thousand eight; per annum; and tor office rent ful

For iron. steel, &c., for shops, during the agricultural implements I of the nineteenth of February, eighteen hat part of the treaty of eighteen hundredand hundred and fifty one, sixty thousand dollar other incidental expenses of such
pleasure of the President, stipulated in the during the pleasure of the President, stipulated .. hundred and"thirty one, six thousand dol- thirty one which has relation to the : Provided, That the same shall not be sums as shall be found'neer by tie
grant of one hundred thousand acres of paid until the said tribes of Indians shall Secretary of the Interior, the
fourth aiticle of the treaty of the fifteenthof in the fourth article of the treaty oi lars.For Jand euedin&
July, eighteen hundred and thirty, two the ninth of October, eighteen hundred and interest, in )lien of investment, on in fee simple to the then Ohio bare assented to the amendments of the sum of ten thousand dollars. Sretaryof
hundred and dollars. thirty three, one thousand dollars. seventy five thousand. dollars at five per. 8xty! six thousand two hundred and forty Senate of the United States to th above recited the Interior is -hereby
twenty centum! per act of twenty seventh 'of June, six dollars and twenty three cents : treaty. to cause an official seat t b prepared fo
For agricultural of the President.implements stipulated during in the the Potlawatomia of Huron.-For permanent eighteen Hundred and forty six, three thousand That the receipt therefor shall Prd. For continuing the collection and for pnb- the office of the said Surveyor Gener.
pleasure annuity, stipulated in the second articleof seven hundred and fifty dollars. it is in full satisfaction of such claim ; Pro lishing.tbe statistic and other information, and any copy of or extract from ,
of of fifteenth
article the
fourth treaty the of the seventeenth of November .
treaty and
vided, That this notes, other records and documents
of July, eighteen hundred and thirty, five eighteen hundred and four hun- Stoc1bridgu.-For interest on sixteen appropriation shall not be authorized by the act of third March eighteen
seven, held to affect the title of the Ohio file in his when attested
hundred and 0
hundred dollars. dred dollars. thousand five hundred dollars at five per cen l forty sabs- ofc ..uch
Uttocs and MisouritU.-For education, tam, stipulated in the ninth article of the to land under the treaties of eighteen hun- quent acts, seventeen thousand six hundred by the said sal the signature
I Pottawalomies.-For permanent annuity, dred and tw nty five"and eighteen hundred and dollars and Surveyor shall, in judicial matters -
during the pleasure of the President, stipu- treaty of the twenty fourth of November, twenty fifty cents. Generl al
stipulated in the fourth article of the and thirty one, within the miles I bare efiect the
lated in the fourth article of the treaty of the treatyof eighteen hundred and forty eight, eight hun fifty square For the payment of the accounts of lor- sm .
first of hundred the third of August, seventeen hundredand dred and twenty five dollars. ceded to the Shawnees of Missouri by the ernor John Gaines and Courtney M. Walker originals.
twenty September, eighteen ninety five, one thousand dollars. treaty of eighteen hundred and five: for SEC. 3. And be it 'That
and thirty three, five hundred dollars. For the reappropriation of this amount, twenty I expenses incurre by them in quel- the fur nat
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the of the carried Senecas and S/iawnees.-For permanent I ling the the Rogue Hirer Surveyor Gnel the
For of farmer, during the pleasure of being a part sum to the surplus \
the President pay stipulated in the fifth article third article of the treaty of the thirtieth of fund per warrant number thirteen dated annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of I Indians Oregon, in the year eighteen hun same power and authority, and perform the
September, eighteen hundred and nine five the treaty of the seventeenth of dred and same duties public lands .
of the first of the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and September, fifty one, four thousand nine hundred u
of the September ;
treaty twenty
hundred i claims in the State of California,
dollars. eighteen hundred
JM& eighteen thou- and nine dollars. private
one .
Forty six, for of claims of that seventy
hundred and three six payment ( -
eighteen thirty portion
For sand dollars. by Jaw appertain to and are required of the
in the
hundred dollars. permanent annuity, stipulated of the Stockbridge and Munsee tribe of To enable the Department to procure the
For blacksmith and assistant, during the ,, third article of the treaty of the second of Indians who emigrated West) under the sixth For blacksmith and assistant, during the medals of the next President of the United Surveyor General in Llisan except e
October, eighteen hundred and two pleasure of the in the for far a the same may by this
of the President in the eighteen article of the treaty of September third, eighteen President stipulated States presentation to Chiefs and Headmen b
pleasure He shall
thousand fourth act. sufficient numberof
five hundred of engage
dollars. hundred and nine hundredand treaty of the twentiethof of the Indian tribes, twenty fire hun
fourth article of the of the fifteenthof thirty ,seven
treaty For permanent annuity, stipulated in the two dollars. July, eighteen hundred and thirty one, dred dollars. skilful surveyors a his deputies, whom
July, eighteen hundred and thirty, seven second article of the treaty of the twentieth eight hundred and forty.dollars. That the President of the United: Slte. be shall cause to survey, measure, and
hundred and twenty dollars. of Sioux of M ssspL-7or interest on For iron mark base and meridian Jinn through such
September, eighteen hundred and twenty steel, &c..for shops, during the if upon examination be shall approve ohhe
For iron, steer&C-during the pleasure of eight, two thousand dollars. three hundred thousand dollars.at five per pleasure of the in the plan hereinafter provided for the pint and perpetuated by such mnumet '
the President, stipulated in the fourth article centum, stipulated in the second article of Pretdent stipulated protection other .
For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in fourth article of the twentieth of the Indians, be and be is hereby authorized correction palel
of tb; treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen the second article of the treaty of the twentieth the treaty of the twenty ninth of September, I of July, eighteen hundred ,and thirty one, to make five military reservations from meridians B maybe pr b also .

hundred and_thirty. two' _' hundred ,and of September eighteen hundred and eighteen hundred and thirty seven, fifteen two hundred and twenty dollars. the publi domain in the State of California to survey and establish ,the fines of .,-.'
zwentyoouar. -- : -- ItnndreaflonarBr-t ...... .thousand dollars.. the public lands. He shall*,also.esune alt '
twenty eignt;one -. Senecas.-For aniu>'*$v -1tPU- or the Territories of,Utah and New MexicoDOTderiogvawid'
OUOIDaI.-Fnr permanent annuity, stipulated For permanent annuity_ stionlatcd In the For Beyenteento oriwenty ins&Wiranwannuity -fatea-i -ihe"tOttrUiranirtB-tI the .Statcj for1 Indian private to b afterthey _
treaty Hreye
<< in the fourth article of the treaty, second article of the treaty of" the twenty in goods, stipulated in the second he twenty ninth of September, eighteen That such reservation* prs have'" c&re 1 fa nay be a.- ',-. -
of the treaty of the third of August, seventeen ninth of July, eighteen hundred and twenty article of the treaty of the twenty.nintb of hundred and seventeen, five hundred dollars !- Pie than twenty five thousandacres cRY to surveys of the pubic :. -
hundred and ninety fire, one thou- nine, sixteen thousand dollars. September, eighteen hundred and thirty seven each: And provided further, lnd; an in the location aD surrey

sand dollars. For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in ten thousand dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the said reservations shall not be made upon Tat any of shal hare the power and
For permanent annuity, stipulated in,the the third article of the treaty of the twen- Fer fcrenteenth of twenty instalments for fourth article of the treaty of the seventeenthof lands inhabited by citizens of California, and authority a conferred on the lD
second article of the treaty of the seventeenth tieth of October,-eighteen'! hundred and thirty the purchase of medicines, agricultural implements September, eighteen hundred and eigh- the sum of.two hundred and fifty thousand I f Louisiana by the sixth
November, eighteen hundred and even, two, four hundred dollars. and stock, and for snpport of farmers teen, fire hundred dollars. dollars is hereby out of any. the act of third March, eighteen hundred
eight hundred dollars. physicians and blacksmith &c., stipulated apprrriate and thirty one, creating of- the
For nineteenth of twenty instalments as For blacksmith and assistant, during the money in the appropriated te'of
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the annuity, stipulated in the third article of the in the second article of the treaty of pleasure of the President, stipulated in the to defray the expense of subsisting Surveyor General for a for
fourth article of the treaty of the seventeenth" treaty of the twenty sixth of September, the twenty ninth of September, eighteen fourth article of the treaty of the twentyeighth be: Indians in California and removing themto surveying the base and meridian and

ot September, eighteen hundred and eighteen eighteen! hundred and thirty three, fourteen hundred and thirty seven, eight thousand of February, eighteen hundred and said reservations protection : Provided private claims, and meandering navigablewaters
one thousand fire hundred dollars. thousand dollars. two hundred and fifty dollars. thirty one, eight hundred and forty dollars. further, if the foregoing plan snail be adopted ,the deputy sorreyor shall b alwe

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in j For seventeenth of twenty instalments for For iron, &c..for shop, during the by the President, the three Indian agencies not exceeding sixteen dollars per ; a
fourth article of the treaty of the twenty the third article of the treaty of the twenty j the purchase of provisions, stipulated in the pleasure of seel stipulated in the in California shall be thereupon abol.ished. for surveying the other lines ofte pabl
ninth of August, eighteen hundred and sixth of September, eighteen hundred and second article of the treaty of the twenty fourth article of the treaty of the twenty lands there snail be paid not

twenty one, one thousand dollars. thirty three, seven hundred dollars. ninth of September, eighteen hundred and I eighth of February, eighteen hundred and SEC. 2. And That the average of twelve dollars per mile : Provided
OUoicas and Chippncas.-For nineteenth For nineteenth of twenty instalments as thirty seven, five thousand.five hundred dol thirty one, two hundred and twenty dol-! President of b i fure tcl and he That none other than town.bip lines

of twenty instalments, stipulated in the annuity, stipulated in the second supple- lars. ars. hereby is, immediately afar the shall be surveyed when a
fourth article of the treaty of the" twenty mental article of the treaty of the twenty For second of fifty instalments of interest, For pay of Miller, daring the pleasure of passage of authorized, enter into negotition i minerl or are deemed unfit for cultivation. ;
eighth day of March, eighteen hundredand sixth of September, eighteen; hundred and at the rate of fire per centum, on one mil. he President stipulated in the fourth articleof with the Indian tribes west of the States ofmissouri and no allowance shall be made for -such
thiily six, thirty thousand dollars. thirty three, two thousand dollars. lion three hundred and sixty thousand dol- treaty the twenty eighth of February and Iowa for the purpose of secnrine lne as are not actually run and marked _

For interest to be paid as annuity, on two For permanent provision for the purchaseof lars, stipulated in the fourth article of the eighteen hundred and thirty one, six the assent ot said tribes to the settlement! field and were actually necessary. t
hundred thousand dollars, at six per cent. salt, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the twenty third of July, one thousand hundred dolar.Wadotl.For of the citizens of the United States upon the b rlo .

per annum, stipulated in the resolution of treaty of the seventh of June, eighteen hundred eight hundied and fifty one, sixty eight permanent annuity, stip lands claimed by said Indians, and for the SEC. 4. And b iflftdt That if
the Senate of the twenty seventh of May, and three, one hundred and forty dol-! thousand dollars. ulated in the third article of the treaty purpose of extinguishing the title of said in the opinion the Interior
eighteen hundred and thirty six, twelve "ars. For second of fifty instalments of interest, seventeenth of March, eighteen hundred Indian tribes in whole or in part to said it shall b advisable, be is herebyauthorized _

thousand dollars. For permanent provision for the purchase at the rate of five per centum on one hun- and forty two, seventeen thousand fire hun lands; and that, for the purpose of carrying t direc such surveys after what
For education for twenty years and during of one hundred and sixty bushels of salt, dred and twelve thousand dollars, being the dred dollars. inio effect the provision ol this section, the is known a geodetic metho And
the pleasure of Congress stipulated in stipulated in the third article of the treatyof amount in lieu of the reservation set apartin For permanent provision for blacksmith sum of fifty thousand dollars is hereby appropriated whenever in the opinion of
the fourth article of the treaty of the the sixteenth of October, eighteen hun the third article per Senates, amendmentto and assistant, stipulated in the eight article out of any moneys in th Trea- of the Interior, a departure from the rectangular
twenty eighth of March, eighteen hundred dred and twenty six, three hundred and treaty twenty third July, one thousand of the treaty of the seventeenth of March, sury not otherwise appropriated. mode of surveying and sabdiridn .
and thirty six, fire thousand dollars. twenty dollars. eight hundred and fifty one, fire thousandsix eighteen hundred and forty two, eight hun SEC. 3 Ad b itfurlfter enacted That no ) the public lands would prot the

For missions for twenty years, and duringthe For education during the pleasure of hundred dollars. dred and forty dollars. part of appropriations herein made, or public interests, be may dire, ec chg
pleasure Congress stipulated in the Congress, stipulated in the third article of For second of fifty instalments of interest, For permanent provision for iron, steel, that may hereafter be mae for the benefitof to be made in the mode .
fourth article of the treaty of the twenty the treaty of the sixteenth of October, eigh- at the rate of five per centum on one millionone &c., for shop,stipulated in the eighth articleof any Indian, or tribe part of a tribe of designating the said lands a he may d

eighth of March, eighteen hundred and teen hundred and twenty six, two thousand hundred and sixty thousand dollars, the treaty of the seventeeth of March, Indians, shall be paid to any atorne or proper, with reference to the
thirty six, three thousand dollars. dollars. stipulated in the fourth article of the treatyof eighteen hundred and forty two, three hundred of such Indian, or tribe, or. part of mountains mineral deposits, a the advantages .

For vaccine matter, medicines,and pay ofphysicians For permanent: provision for blacksmith fifth of August, one thousand eight hun- and seventy dollars. ant but shall in every case be paid di- derived from timtr'ad water
so long as the Indians remainon and assistant stipulated in the third articleof dred and fifty one, fifty eight thousand dol For permanent provision for education, rectly to the Indian or Indians themselves to privileges : PrO shall

their reservation, stipulated in the fourth the treaty of the sixteenth of October, lars.For stipulated the' fourth article ol the treatyof whom it shall be due, or to the tribe or part no be than one hundred
article of the treaty of the twenty eighth of eighteen hundred and twenty six, seven second of fifty instalments of interest, the ITn'teent of March, eighteen hun of a tribe per apita unless the imperious sixty acres or subdivided into leas than
March, eighteen hundred and thirty six, hundred and twenty dollars. at the rate of five per centum, on sixty nine dred fire hundred dollars. interests of or Indians or some forty acres.
three hundred dollars. thousand dollars being the amount allowed shall the Sec. 5. And be it further enacted
For permanent provision for iron, steel, Weas.-For permanent annuity stipulated treaty stipulation require paymentto T
For nineteenth of twenty instalments for &c. for shop, stipulated in the third articleof in lien of the reServation of lands set apart i in the fifth article of the treaty of the I be made otherwise, under the special direction there shall be appointed by the I
the purchase of J.rovisions, stipulated in the treaty of the sixteenth of October, by the third article per Senate's amendmentto second of October, eighteen hundi. and of the Present: nut shall the Executive by and with the advice and land consent of. theSenateareginterof

the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty eighteen hundred and twenty six, two hun treaty of fifth of August, one thousand eighteen, three thousand dollars. branch Government now or tb office and receiver 4
eighth; of March, eighteen hundred and dred and twenty dollars. eight hundred and fifty one, three thousand JPinne&agoe* -For twenty fifth of thirty hereafter recognize any contract between of public such*moneys time for t State o .

thirty six, two thousand dollars. For education during the pleasure of four hundred and fifty dollars. intlment"annuity, stipulated in the any Indian, or tribe, or part of a tribe, and California, at interest a demand in judnt
For nineteenth of twenty hi&iatmems fur Congress, Blipulated tntk wit .rttcl.l of Saw end Foxes of Missouri.-Tor intereston scond the treaty of the first of any attorney or agent for the prosecution of the public may wi _
the purchase of six thousand five hundred the treaty of the twentieth of September: one hundred and fifty seven thousand August, eighteen hnpdred and twenty nine, any claim against of the Departments or salary each of three thousand p
pounds of tobacco stipulated in the fourth eighteen: hundred and twenty eight,. one four hundred dollars at five per centum, stipulated eighteen thousand 'dollars. the-Government; ny that the sum of six annum payabl6 shall qUelely i and
article of the treaty of the twenty eighth thousand dollars. in the second article of the treaty of For twenty second of twenty.seven mstlaments hundred and eigh'y two dollars be appropriated .ue place.*
of March .eighteen; hundred and thirty six, For permanent provision for the paymentin the twenty first of October, eighteen hun as annuity, stipulated In the third out of any moneys in the Treasury not the President view of *the' publ: 'cn
eight hundred dollars. money in lieu of.two thousand poundsof dred and thirty seven, seven thousand eight article of the treaty of the fifteenth of Sp otherwise appropriated, to enable the Commissioner nnienc snail from time to : _, h

For- nineteenth of twenty instalments for tobacco, fifteen hundred pounds of iron, | hundred and. seventy dollars.. tember eighteen hundred ,and thirty two of Indian'Afiiw to pay the previously offices t? entering shall on take the duties of 1.
their theycach and
the purchase of one hundred harrels of salt, and three hundred and fifty pounds of steel, .Sac find Foxes of Mississippi.-For.permanent ten thousand dollars. amount due the legal representatiVes of Ar- scribe oath affirmation aub .
stipulated in the fourth article of the treatyof stipulated in the second article of the treatyof annuity, stipulated in the third article For twenty fifth of thirty instalments! for mee, a Cherokee, in accordance with the recommendation the Judges an of the United bfor one
the twenty eighth of March, eighteen the twentieth of September,eighteen hun of the treaty of the third of November, the purchase of fifty barrels of salt, stipulated of the Secretary of. the In- other ; officer to'Sat Car'or
hundred and thirty six, two hundred dollars. dred and twenty eighth,*' and the"tenth eighteen hundred and four one thousand in the second artfcle"of the treaty of the teror and tbe CominhadOflCrOf10d15n Aflairs. stitution competent of the United States p,and .
article of the treaty of the fifth of June, dollars. first of August eighteen hundred and twenty SK. 4..n,'it further mdtc That if the duties of their faithfullyto

For nineteenth of twenty instalment, for eighteen hundred and forty six, three bun- For twenty second of thirty instalments, nine, and fifty dollar any: is, or be offices discharge, andsbatlgiv bond in respective the
the purchase of fire hundred fish barrels, dred dollars. as annuity, stipulated in the third article of For twenty fifth of thirty inslment for charged with ,the payment of any of the appropriations other registers and 'receivers'same of
stipulated in the fourth article of the treatyof For permanent provision for blacksmithand the treaty of the twenty first of September, the"purchase of three pounds :of made by this or any other act aunt the public a offices and .their
other general
the twenty eighth of March, eighteen assistant, stipulated in the second article eighteen hundred and, thirty two, twenty tobacco, stipulated lathe". second arlcle of of Congress shall pay to any clerk less duties and responsibilities-lad be the same
hundred and thirty six, four hundred dol of the treaty of the twentieth of September thousand dollars. the treaty of the first of Augus. employee the United Sltes 0 officers of like character:
lars. eighteen hundred and twenty eight, For twenty second of thirty instalments hundred arid twenty'nine,. six hoor dol- than that provided bylaw. require such as'othr That such time or Pr
For three blacksmiths and assistants i 1__" employee to receipt.orgiveoucherfOTafl_ A a ia'
for seven hundred and twenty 'dollars. for ennsmitb., stipulated,in the fourth articleof lIo. : J thepublic iiereatmayso
twenty years, and during the pleasure of For permanent proyia on.for iron, steel, the treaty of the twenty first of September For twenty second of twenty seven instalments amount greater tnan .U1 aHuwir hUA pa>u wand and In the "absence of
Congress stipulated in the seventh articleof &c for shop, stipulated in the second articleof eighteen hundred and thirty two, six for the purchase of one..thousand fire received by him, such of officer embezzlement: acting -, peratively further rqul ar legislation of Congress -
in deemed
the treaty of the twenty eighth of March, the treaty of the twentieth of September, hundred dollars. hundred pound"of stipulated shal be in : sum guilty double the,.amount any on the subject, i shall be, ,lawf for
I fined a-
articleToubiircatyoIlb&fiuteenthof J
eighteen hundred and thirty six, two thousand eighteen< hundred and twenty eight, two For twenty second of thirty'. instalments the'fifth and thirty s withheld from of Government the President of the Unit States to. divide ,
one hundred and sixty dollars. hundred and twenty dollars. for iron/ steel, etc., fo- shop, stipulated in September, eighteen bune s be any' employee for the term the State bf two or
For iron steel, < years, and during'the pleasure Congress, fifty barrels of salt, stipulated in the. second first of September- eighteen hundred and For twenty fifth thirty insten.; of twr.er. court may of the prosecuted a, cumstances shall determine to necessary cr-,

stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty article of.the .treaty of the twenty thirty two, two hundred' and twenty dol- three blacksmiths and of the ,of the, jurisdiction, for the UDit offences -i. embracing 'respectively the. .and lower,
cfth. twenty eighth of March, eightem ninth of July, eighteen ,hundred and twenty lar in the third article treaty.and fro having the' district where such r, middle,Land lower
hundred and thirty six, six hundred and nine; two hundred and ftydollari. For.twenty second of thirty instalments August. eighteen hundred ,; :sizty b&committed4, J oSc or.teoop; and .be'shall p.o ,
urty dollars. For education during the pleasure of Congress for blacksmith assistant,. nine.twt 4.one, .hundred a shall' and rPinl dUe
stipulatnthe ,Approved,March, 3,1853. the.advice consent u ,or :
for ; .
gunsmith at Mackinac.for for twenty stipulated in the fourth article of thetreatloI lour ankle of the lme for ng the recess Congress when necessary, .
jean, and daring the pleasure of Congress,' the twenty seventh of October, first Spmbr; tey h mdred,.and I Yor tweQt,1it'of.1bi'n! atte All ACTaaUioriringCh. De ln the a register of .the land office and receiver of .

etopulateiin the seventh article of the treaty: eighteen hundred and' thirty two, two thirty b8r d and forty'dollars.Fortwenty iron, of.the of; the firs*ot Aaust ; ., .ofLandOstess.. L0 moneys for each j of. such land die*: '
of the twenty eighth Gl, ,March, eighteen thousand dollars.' .. of thirty .inltmn&j' third article hundred treaty and sixbundredjand Be Senate and,Haute .of .ubI,and the land office* for the isaaae i'respectively
Juuxdred and -thirty six six hundred dol For interest on six hundred and forty three for iron,sl etc..stipulated. in for! ? eighteen i sixty dollars! tweDtrD: tlc.of 1'. States of American shall k Jocated aV aniiovedfromtimatotimaio : .
lars. thousand dollars at ,firs per centum, stipulated article treaty ?f the twenty ; for Consress ; sueh-:1: ax
of thirtyyinfctalments :
For iroo.ated, & lor shop for twenty in the seventh article of the treaty of September;eighteen hundred and thirty two, "IFpr twent. fifth sUpuUledJni': the- third dent .be,.and .itTato..P, : i the' President shall dem'mO eotoMe fo
oxea ; ltbr
Jew and during the pleasure of Congress, the fifth of June,eighteen hundred and forty two hundred and twenty,dollars.: article of of,the first of ; change the locatio-of :the'i! fltb. public'convenience '" ,
t jralated! ianheeevemb article of the treaty six, thirty;two thousand one hundred .and For 4wenty .econd of thirty instalment' 1ti wd twenty, liApt ,land '.SK 6. An I at'ft ia-, Thatalt -
of the twenty eighth 'of ; 4ollitozu&ieficiencyin, for forty : in ,the, eighteen JDf tr oHUr. dittei.be t of Cafilofnia
March, eighteen fifty Iofll.tipult hundred and sixty five dollar! t. ,te tl\ the pu bJi td.11\ ,
wadred and thirty 'Ii ix. two hundred aud: \ the approptiatembersthirtieth four ace.of'te! tr.a'-f le twenty eecondof twennYeDI' time point ia district maydeem whether UU""ti. the
sad a -
*eatydollara. tioD of,$ eighteen bUDI Spbr,1'eihn banie the expedient. *' : exception of sections eixwhico

Tot two farmers aad sslstaot during tbi I 4nd and itYIOT the payment of the Balance thirty article mentsfor of the ao-Q of,four, A 1853.- shall: $eaure.1 the President, stipulated in tbi I ofthtannlfof, Gen. WfiUaa .-Mitchell- ,,: Fortwenysecon&o1thirt7smflte j -. Sp rYe a


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rt this act, reserved by competent authority, confidential agent to make such exammatiooj in the rear: No unkind word Presentment which we publiS'rery,properly < Union i, bs', got himself >'clty.or. .Svnna and"' all/

I and exceptsngalsu the lands claimed undur and the actual and necessary expenses of had marred the tranquility of this apparent. deprecate ;the delay ,applicationoftheappropriations what might. be called! a scrape, in:writing other subscribers until,the be Road n be on all -*

; any foreign grant n,' tide and the mineral such person shall be allowed and paid for ly happy.family. At an early hour, on the made by Congress to an editorial for that paper. ,A. book beebeenlatelywritten instlment between shal finished

l-ind, shall he subject to the preemption that service, and five'dollars per day during last evening of the week,. two of ,this little" Lhe-improvement ol the St. John's Bar, 'We by'Henry Winter-Daws,' the station in operation next of the Snnnab,, and
J laws of fourth Si>ttmbtr, eighteen hundred the examination, in the field : Provided, group!; surrendered themselves to, repose wet' Alt.L.ba ,
;; and forty one, with all the exceptions, conditions That such examination shall not be protracted little dreaming that the angel] of death wee are not:of .those who, away,at a distance, a young'Whig orator i ic the last campaign, at and after rate of tree_& .ba1

: and limitations therein, except as l beyond thirty days: and in no case hovering over them.'t.'t. attempt to time,things"to the convenience orl entitled The r of Ormuzd and Ahri- per cnt"er annum., _. '

: is herein otherwise provided ; and shall\ af- loritrer than is actually necessary: and whena The daughter: was in deeD sleeP : the Trr-- the Departments at Washington better! than man." es are. designations given in ,1 be taken, Thfte' bsbr'for': .tto $

t ter the .I'lats thereof are returned to the Surveyor General, or any person employed ferenre is also clear that Mrs. Hawke was duties the Persian to the two spirits of met.
officers having in supervision the 8th of Jane 1853, for the .
special day_ ,
be offered for sale af. his office ; shall be ; ac0 the on par '
office of the register, in at a regular salary asleep on, berrigbtjideber- ,
fer six mOllt s' public notice in the State of engaged in such special service, he" or they wall, when her husband arose in. the, bed can'do'so. But we think-- there might have I Goo and Evil, which the Persians held pose of electing a provisional board, of President

: the time"and plaf of sale, under tie laws shall only receive his necessary expenses and deliberately cut her throat' on, slhe< left been a more speedy application of the appropriations \ere in constant strife .for the mastery, and and Directors, to procure subscription' ''.
'. such his ular side from the to 'the lower bone' f eventuate and to aid generally in. furthering the pro*
ruleis" and regulations now governing in addition to re -salary. "apple" : referred to than has been made. whose struggles would, one day
tales! or such as may be hereafter pre- Sr.c. 11. And Le further enacted, That the head, severing all the arteries and the The whole] winter,has been consumed in a in a mortal conflict to decide the issue. The posed work, acesJlaly t apply to the."
r scribe I : Pro iJcrl. That where unsnrveyedlands the Secretary of the Interior be and he is jugular,vein in a most shockin'g'manner. Legislature charter.
are claimed by preemption. the usual hereby authorized and required to cause to Another wound,transversely, bore additional survey of the region of the Bar, to ascertain book asums that the myth is typical,of the On motion. of Mr. Cuyler was farther

notice of such claim shall be filed within be provided for the office of the Surveyor evidence of the determination ot the murder tb% best method of setting about the work; attitude and relationship of the United States Resolved' That a delegation of two gtitlemen -

.. three months after the return of the plats of General of Oregon, H seal, with such deviceas r. Strange to relate, the mangled woman when the fact is there was a plan suggested, and Russia, who are,regarded a respectively! be sent to the Florida Railroad Con"
;: urveyti to the land officer, and )proof and shall be deemed suitable, and copies of as if to ascertain the author of the i 'of and Republicanism ] venlion, to be held in Tallahassee, on Mon *
and whicji the the champions
might ,
. payment shall he made prior to the day appointed any papers on file In his office whxh may deed, suddenly sprang up, bathed in blood, Department day next. The Chair accordingly appointed -
.. by the President's proclamation for authenticated by him under said seal when she saw her husband by her side have heeft justified 'i in 'testing,with as much i and who are t decide some day or other Mr. R. B. Hilton and Mr. F. 8..Bartow as' .:

'. the commencement of the pale! including shall be evidence in all cases in which the with the same: razor, in the act of cuttinghis probability of success as any which'.may be whichsoever of the two shall triumph. The delegates ..

... nuch lands ; the entry of such claims! to be originals would be evidence, and from and own throat. With a power' which must devised after all the expense and delay bcca, book we should take to be more an'enlargement On .motion the meeting adjourned. '. '

made by h-,gal MI Mi! visions, according to after the passage: of this act the salary of have been imparted by death,jsbe knockedthe sioned by We'should and ingenious. application_ of an oriental R WAYNE Cbir. "-
the United State/ survey and in the most said Surveyor shall be three thousand five razor out of his hand, then,' leaped out a"sientif survey. JOHN BILBO, : .
compact form : And provided further, That hundred dollars per annum. of bed, the blood spouting ffom her; and not complain] i we.had. not understood that classic,than any thing at which Old Fo- .
. the fact of persons having heretofore had SEC. 12. And be further enacted, That with exclamation "Oh my God," ran the application of the appropriation is now geyism! need b much frigbtened Nevertheless From the Savannah Rpiaf of the lit itut."Well .

:; the benefit of raid act of the fourth of September the quantity of two entire townships, or down to the front gate. There, a 'youth, to be, deferred until next fall. may then it brought out the aforesaid articlein Done Savannah t

eighteen hundred and forty one, seventy two section, shall be and the sameis Robert Johnson, was )passing] who beheld take six months to I erect the desired the Union, which is highly laudatory and -__ '\
or a -
shall interpose no bar to their obtaining the hereby granted to the State of California with horror the wonon, ran next door, T year It is with no ordinary pleasure that we
benefits of this act and all of said lands for the use of a seminary of learning, said alarmed his mother, Mrs. Ann Johnson, and improvement, and in the mean time the apologetic of'Russia: and rather rasptsh towards record the prompt and efficient action of

that shall remain unsold after having been lands to be selected by the Governor of the before Mrs. Johnson arrived Mrs Hawke adantiesJ! -icb-_would accrue to this por- the aforesaid Whig author. But the 1 our citizens yesterday, on 1..qusfo

, proclaimed and offered, shall be snbject: to State, or any person he may designate for had been twice to the gate, although then frOf would'be--unreal UnionS article savored elircrto mocfa 0..lin.rlrO 1n.'a

entry at private sale as other public land, at that purpose, in legal subdivisions of not entirely speechless, but pointed to her throat. ized. Others '' looking to derive the bear to satisfy the palate of an Ameri direction frm! City towards Talah'! *
the same minimum price per acre ; and the less than a quarter section of any' of the When Mrs.J. reached Mr/ Hawke's gate and the central -of theDe see and Perisacola We'cnsider nw,
: register and receiver shall not be entitled tot unsold, unoccupied, and unappropriated pub- he was at the window! imploring some one.. benefit from our domestic labors_ and resources can public, -organ beyond all cavil, a' "fixed fact," that, we

any per centare! or fees, except for deciding lic lands thereif, subject to the approval] of to come in, stating that be had cut his wife's and. the Government should facilitate mocracy has been beset with any' amount of are to have a direct railroad connection with

,; preemption cases when each of them shall the Secretary of the Interior, and to be disposed throat, had cut his own throat, and intendedto our progress, instead of in any particular unrestrained reproof for such an organic the rich cotton counties of Southern Georgiaand
be to of the shall direct : kill his When Mrs. J. came + Middle] Florida. Of the 'advantages of
allowed the same fees as are paid as Legislature daughter. it. the comment upon the, beauties of Autocracy.
: other like officers; but the receiver shall be Provided, however, That no mineral lands in, Hawke was 01 his knee leaning over unnecessarily impeding Apply America and even Old this road to Savannah and the ston of
Whiggery, Young ,
entitled to his actual necessary expenses, or lands reserved for any public purpose his wife. appropriation as Congress designed, now country it will penetrate, we now
;. going and returning, in making his deposits: whatever, or lands to which any settler Mrs. Hawke lad returned to her backroom let the work on Fort George Inlet commence; Fogeydom, have been forced to open their speculate. Tbe ]liberal subscription of $1,* .t

". Provided That nothing in this act shall be may be entitled under the provisious of this I where she had fallen and was dying. and so far as such things tend to conciliate eyes in amaze. So intense las been the 000,000, authorized by our citizens' yester-

I, construed to authorize any settlement to be act, shall be subject to. such selection. I. Soon after the arrival of Mrs. Johnson, the will 1 of the admin feeling," that Mr. Pryor, of the day, to be subscribed by Council, together
1 made on any public lands not surveyed, unless :$EC. 13. And be it further enacted, That Mr.: George Haivey, attracted by the con- good I people, )resent article has betaken himself to the columnsof with the private subscriptions transferred
.: the same be made within one year from there shall he and is hereby granted to the fusion, entered ;he house, seized Hawke and istration will have the public from the Albany and Savannah ls in many

the passage of this act ; nor shall any rightof State of California the quantity of ten entire confined him on the settee. Hawke told The Grand Jury properly express their the National Intelligencer, to make a de cases ] Incread as .as the

., such settler be recognized; by virtue of sections of land, for the purpose of erectingthe him that, for A long time, it had been impressed satisfaction the workmanlike in fence over his own signature. Perhaps the spirit of our enlite in this great enterprise .
any settlement or improvement made of public buildings of that State, said landsto on his mind that be must die that at manner same pen may have hit the staunch old bat- ,'all go to prve the benefits
finch unsurveyed lands subsequent to that be selected by the Governor, or any per- his wife wa an angel-one of the loveliestof which the Court House has been completed.The and advantages t accrue to oar commerce
behind which he himself
. day: And provided further, That this act sons he may designate, in legal subdivisionsof women-a saint and be could never expression of satisfaction has been general tery now screens and add to our wealth,. from this
" shall not be construed! to authorize any not less than a quarter section of any of brook the idea ofl aving her bereaved, or ], and the 'Court House is an ornament for its support of British interests," "aristocracy sure,have been duly considered and properly

. settlement to he made on any tract of land the unsold, unoccupied, and unappropriatedpublic that another should take his place. He ," &c.-a practice so common among appreciated.
\ in the occupation or possession of any In- lands in that Slate, and subject to the intended that all three should] die together, to the town. It turns out, however, that it certain bush-beating political writeis-but It will be seen that the meeting appointed

I dian tribe, or to grant any preemption right approval of the Secretary of the Interior : ar.d be in Paradise this morning. He added is to cost a good deal more than the county two delegates to attend the Florida Railroad
I to the same. Provided, however, That none of said selections ] that the :innocence and beauty bf his little' originally bargained for. The'original con- it is now very convenient to take cover under Convention, to be held at Tallahassee on

SEC. 7. And be it further enacted, That shall be made of mineral lands or girl had paralyzed his arm to euch aa extent tract was to perform the necessary work for the same oft-assailed columns. The de the 6th. Going to that Convention a our
. where any settlement, by the erection of a lands reserved! for any public purpose whatever that he could not dispatch her. fence set up, in substance is. that the book delegates are, with the substantial evidence
dwelling house or the cultivation of any or lands to which any settler may be Reason seemed at this point to resume $1,200. Thr was generally to was dangerous book-endangering the furnished by our proceedings to-day to back
'. portion of the land, shall be made upon the entitled under the provisions of this act. her throne, and he desired Mr. Harvey and be a low sum for the amount of work to be & them, as to our earnestness in the work,

.I. sixteenth and thiity sixth sections, before Approved, March 3. 1853' all to exert all their efforts to restore his performed ; but it was also understood to be good terms which have always existed between we have no doubt that the citizens of For

the same shall he surveyed, or where such wife. In a short time Mr. Allen and other done so low in consideration of the keeping the United States and Russia. Mr. will properly value their miion ,
t. sections may be reserved for public uses or The Foreign Appointments.of the NewAdministration. members of the guard arrived and took Jefferson, Mr. Madison Mr: Monroe, and J. in view of importance great 'en
of the Court House in the lower of the ,
taken by private claims, other land shall be Hawke into custody. part Q. Adams, are quoted from their terprize to them a well a ourlve ar-
: selected by the proper authorities of the State We find the following foreign appoint Hawke handed: to the Guard ar letter town, where it always has been, instead of messagesand i. tangements will he whc will

'.: in lien thereof, agreeably; to the provisions ments, some of which have already been which he wrote yesterday-in which, ad- building an entirely new one, as was other papers, as evincing a strong desire secure their hearty cooperation. .

. of the act of Congress approved on the foreshadowed in ]letters, in the Washington dressed "to the citizens," he complains] of thought upon, in the elevated part of the to cement the relations of friendship Much may saidr and said truly, of th

twentieth of May, eighteen hundred and Union of the 26th nItOFFIcIAL.Minister: imaginary iIl.tieatment-wills his propertyand town at the northwest. Since.the work between the, new created "Ormuzd" and advantages which; Savannah possesses ovr
: twenty six entitled "An act to appropriate plenipotentiary to fffects-and requests the excellent Head was this is no doubt true. It any other place on the Atlantic, accessible
:. lands for the support of schools in certain Great Britain James Buchanman: of Penn of his Bureau, John Marrow, Esq., Third commenced rain changes have been made, has"rAhrirnajpgAlI bee ol to middle Florida as an outlet for her, but
"" townships and! fractional townships, not sylvania. Secretary of Legation, John Apple Assistant Postmaster General, to see his which have caused the presentation of ejio1icy this country t pre- we forbearlest after what we have heretofore

. before provided for," and which shall be tion, of Maine. wishes fulfilled. This gentleman has for charges to the amount of $1,000 more than serve relations of amity with &strong power sid, should think vain.

. subject to approval by the Secretary of the Minister plenipotentiary to Spain, Pierre many years been the firm and indulgent the original contract provided for. A in Europe, because there were other These advantages,wi not be by
. Interior And no person shall make a- settlement Soule, of Louisiana. friend of Mr. Hawke. portion that looked. with oar able delegation the Tallahassee Convention
strong mutually
powers an
or location upon any tract or parcel Minister plenipotentiary to Russia, T. H. The miserable man was committed to jail. of the additional charge, we learn, has and in luch'faitbful badS we,are
of land selected for a military )post, or Seymour, of Connecticut. An inquest was held] by the coroner and a been allowed byCthe, County Commissioners evil eye on the great Autocracy and the content to leave the claims enterprise -

'. within one mile of such post or on any Minister plenipotentiary to Mexico, James verdict rendered that Hawke was a monomaniac for additional work" deemed necessary, and a young Republic. With antagonistic principles ,lo be' illustrated and enforced upon

other lands reserved by competent authority; Gadsden,. of South Carolina. Secretary of on religious subjects. It is highly and elements of government,still there the consideration of,the people of Florida.
remains be acted
to How
, nor shall any person obtain the benefits of legation, John Crips, of California. probable that he is a victim of the spirit- portion yet upon., was a common interest in Russia and America
: thin act by a eclilcm.ut or location on min- Minister plenipotentiary la Prussia, P. D. rapping delusion which is prevailing ex- this wide deviation from the plan of the con Partial,Kxjxurta. from the St.,Joiia's.'

,: .eral lands. Vroom, of Kcw.J<>rspy. teiisivct....VYashingtoa .He is )perfectlycalm |ra tba are not able to keeping on god I ierms; and this !lithe. ._.: : : .
tke6e.v ; :
SEC. 8. And k it further enacted, That Minister plenipotentiary to Central America in his prison-an : the public lands not being mineral lands, Solon Borland, of Arkansas.-Secreta- of his wife.ILH11I8A. u .t. between Alexander and Imperial abte : Qc Tey ,
I occupied as towns or villages, shall not be ry of Legation, F.A. Beelen, of Pennsylvania. -- .. -- regularly autorized. As we said. before, successors' and the, 'Presidents h of the for'the general interest, to 'give' fall exports .
; subdivided, or suited! sale, or to be the work done has been done ,well and ex-
appropriated from the St. John's
. by settlers, under the provisions Minister plenipotentiary to Brazil, W. F L 0 I BEFBB1.1EAI P n n pediliously ; but as the, County treasun snot 'I' United..lates. There'mght have been all those we have;being. from' Middleburg; so we publish
the while this
i, of this act; but the whole] of such lands, Trousdale, of Tennessee. overflowing, and the expenses of the entente cordiale f&nd; yet the a
Jacksonville. from the
. whether settled upon before or after the Minister Plenipotentiary to Chili, S. Me- JACKSONVILLE: war of .Ormuzd" and. K&briman" have The'epor are
survey of the same, shall be subject to the dary, of Ohio.Minister Court House work will have to be met by been holly] raging-at least:abstractly, as it October, 1852, to 1st Marcbr 183 except
:k provisions the act entitled "An for taxation, it behooves the County
act Peru John H. Commissioners lumber which is for
plenpiotentiary one
Thursday, June 9, 1853. was in the Persian books and year, yi:
as it
, the relief of the citizens of towns the late in their future action and allowances perhaps
upon Clay, charge d'affairs in Peru, and formerly Lumber from
lands of the United merely was in the vision of Mr. shipped to
States, under certain Davis. Yet t 1852
of in Russia
secretary legation and Vocal and Instrumental Concert. to do justly, but to keep in view
circumstances," approved May twenty third, Austria. did these facts require the Union to take June 1st, 1853, 32,500,000 .

eighteen ,hundred and forty 'four, except Minister resident in Switzerland, Theodore Mr. GRISWOLD proposes to give a vocal what was before understood to be a leading any such awkward position the apologist Bales Cotton, 2,489

such towns as are located on or near mineral S. Fay, long secretary of legation: at and Instrumental Concert in this placeon consideration with the contractors-the retaining of Russia, merely because Mr.a Davis Boxes Tobacco, 35<
lands, the inhabitants of which shall have Berlin. 'of the Court House where it for chose
. the right of occupation and cultivation only Monday evening next. He will] be the benefit of other in the is to indulge the vagaries of his fancy Couldit Bales MOS 44
until such time as Congress; shall dispose of For Belgium, J. J. Seibles! of Alabama. assisted by Mr. Occncs, long practiced in property have been supposed Mr. Pryor's favorite Boxes Lather, 1 B'-

the same ; nor shall any lands specially reserved For Netherlands August Belmont of our community as a Teacher of Music. the Emperor, would have sat less from the interior, besides a large quantity of
for Maj. F. C. Barrett has been appointed by any easyon
public uses be under
. the provisions of this act.appropriated New York. Mr. Griswold, too, is an old acquaintancewith Gov. Brown, Port Warden of Jacksonville, his throne because o such a book appearing tanned leather shipped from the Tannery in

. Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That For. Sardinia, Richard K. Meade, of Vir- us, not only personally to many of our vice J. C. Hemming, who neglected to qua! I the book fell into his hand, this place.

whenever the public surveys, or any portion ginia.For Bolivia Charles L. of citizens, but as a musical artist also. His I: ify. would he not have been more gratified, and Deer Skins, 313 *
.. of them authorized! by this act, or by Massachusetts., Woodbury, vocal entertainment, given here about a'year His Excellency should send some' one loved Yankeedom a little Cow Hides, 2,464
more to think
the act approved September seventh round to find out the little offices at pres-
eighteen hundred and fifty, entitled twenty "An act, For Austria Henry Jackson, of Geor- ago, cannot be forgotten. With a fine voice, ent vacant, so al he may fill them by the such a ingenious application and weaving Otter Skins 37

_I : to create the office of Surveyor General of gia.For and an attractive air and manner, Mr. G. appointment of Whigs. In these days of into modern disquisition of so poetical a bit i Beeswax, 2 bbls.
1 $: the Public Lands in Oregon, and to provide Indiana.two Sicilies, Robert: Dale Owen, of should not fail, on an occasion so well suited I Whig tribulation, anything in the shape of of cognate heathenism Would he least I II I
Proceedings Town
for the survey and to make donations to an office is snatched at with the greatest of CoUc
to relieve the tedium of weather
settlers] of the said public lands are For Denmark, Henry Bedinger, of, Vir- warm avidity by the Governor's political friends. of all, have thought that a late Whig ora- -
so required -
and the absence of such 1,1863.
0 to be made, as to render it expedient ginia.For. long any The appointment of Major Barret however, tor, who had been so lately] unhorsed-and COtCI CUAU.
to make compensation for the surveying Buenos Ayres William II. Bissell, of and when too he will be eo well supportedby is a very good one, and is enough in all as his opponents say so situated for all Council met this day at the usual boar, -

.( thereof by the day, instead of by the mile, it Illinois. other musical talent, in drawing togethera conscience for a man who was several for special purposes.
time-could involve Russia in
shall be lawful For New Grinada, James L. Greene, of months the Scott war with a .Present
; for the Commissioner of the numerous auditory. swallowing piJNes.Tbere : Isaac Swart, Inlendanl;

-,;. General Land Office under the direction of Missouri.Commissioner to the Hawaiian Islands, The Concert will) take place in the large is a certain caste of office seekers Government "everlastingly" to be in the Messrs. Bouts, H. E. W. Clark, J. Clark,
the hands of the ?"
Secretary of the Interior, to make such "Democracy Mr. Pryor
4 fair and seasonable allowance as, in his Shelton F. Leake, of Virginia. upper room of the building: on the northwestcorner 'who would not need the services of an the Emperor- could have thus thoughtand Oak, Ward and Williams, CouncSmen.

judgment, shall be necessary to insure the :: CONSULS. of Bay and Newnan streets, formerlyused "Excellency" or any body else to "find oqi think he trounces The Committee who were appint at a

; accurate' and faithful execution of the work. Acapulco] Charles L. Denman, of Cali Restorant. all the little offices vacant," or the big ones a treat many people in previous meetinj to construction. -
Sec. 10. And be it fornia. his defence, even bis allies (in the 'pani.tion' .
further enacted. That
: informed-
except where the President of the United Alexandria, Edwin de Leon, of South IS- We have only time to call attentionto either. To say nothing of the string of ) I Young America." He takes all this a Pwder Magazine,

States shall see cause otherwise to determine Carolina. the advertisement of HENRY MANKIN of "offices" copied to-day from the Union, deal of trouble over an ephemeral book the Council that they had-perfonned their

V each officer to be appointed in virtueof Basle, David L. Lee, of Iowa. Baltimore, to those wishing to make ship which h'are been "found out" by the duty, and that the Magazine wa* now ready
this act, and also every other like officer Bordeaux, Alfred Gilmore, of Pennsyl] cious seekers, and/ounaouf, unluckily,sag- just a many foolish people] both North and for the reception of powder'
ments through agencies in the several
of vania. South, shed rivers of wrath and
United of
Slates oceans
continue in the
uninterrupted discharge may of his regular Bermuda, John M. Howdin, of Ohio. cities for "direct trade." is said, to be too "small" t satisfy the ink over Uncle] Tom's Cabin." On motion, by Councilman-Williams] i('

official duties, and is hereby authorized acCOrdingly Bremen, William Hildebrand, of Wisconsin. cravings of some of tbemr all the small was

so to act after lhe day of expiration .. n =.CERTAIN OF OUR SUBSCRIBERS, who offices about here have been found out, Railroad Meeting-The Movement In Savannah. R ire That the work on Adaa'

of bis, official commission, and until a Cork, Dennis Mullin, of New York. have been in the habit of getting their pa. and many equally smalL at more remote Monroe streets, in the western etit
new commission shall be issued to him for Dublin, M. J. Lynch, of Illinois. pers from a box nailed in the lobby of -
up the town
At suspended.
points, such as the postmaotership at Alligator a meeting of the citizens of Savannah ,
the Wm. of
H. DeWolf Rhode
Dundee ,
same office, or otherwise, until the day the former Post Office
when a successor shall enter upon the dutiesof Island. can now obtain them &c., which is said t b.a-good, del injdiotheJExchange, by ,viruepf. a AU further. business was po.tpne till!
such office ; and the existing official bond Havana, Alexander] M. Clayton, of Mis with greater convenience than from like Jack's occupation, "all work and poor proclamation of His Honor- the Mayor, His next regular :tga te ad.

bf any such officer so acting shall be deemed sissippi.Hong. the store of Maj. F. C. Barrett, Bay street. pay." Whigs snatching at office with great Honor, R. WAYNE, was'called to' the Chair, journed. G. C. Pow C .
and held to be good and sufficient, and in Kong, James Keenan, of Pennsyl We have been permitted to placetbe.m there,
That will do hard and JOHN
avidity Whyt's Esq., appointed
BIB J8* A desperate assault
a- force until the date of the approval of a new vania. and the will suit Secretar. w attpt
bond 'to be given by him if recommissioned, Honolula] Benjamin F. AngeR, of New arrangement persons coin thing for the Democracy keep the Govern- The Chairman having'explaine the objectof on Mr. WILLIAM MooNEY on Tuesday .

.r otherwise for the additional time wherein York. ing from the country better than if the papers ment much less the party, from wrecking, the meeting,.on motion of R. R. CuylerEsq. ,- night last, by three persons, who would-
be so continue Hamburg, S. M. Johnson, of Michigan. were placed in the post office in its ,
may officially to act pursuant anthropophagus-like is the"avidity. seconded by F. S: the doubt, have murdered him if
Bartpw'Eq. no
Lahaiha Geo. W. Chase of Maine. tmer'
authority !hereof. And the provision I present location.SQf resolutions-
as to bonds to be given by Deputy Liverpool, Nathaniel Hawthorne, of Massachusetts. following1 were unanimously i assistance had not been rendered. T .
Surveyors for the faithful execution of their The ,Savannah papers', are filled Virginia Election. adopted after an interesting discussion, in i assault.occurred"near.Finegan's mill, i t

duties, in a penally of double the estimated Melbourne, James M. Tarleton] of Ala with accounts ofthe, celebration in that city which Mr. Cuyl Wayne, and the .
ridge place.
An election took place in Virginia the _ _
of bama.
amount money accruing to them under last week, of the connection be. Hob. J. W.' .:
their Panama Thomas W. Ward of Texas. 26th ult.'when three Commissioners of the '' f A libel suit .against the New
surveying contracts, as required by the tween Columbus and Savannah.- The ,demonstrations That.the citizens of Savannah hrogtt.
act of March third, eighteen hundred and Paris, Duncan R. McRae, of North Car-- Board of Public, Works, thirteen Representatives Resoved interest York, Courier, Enquirer, for a publitt-
occupied the whole of Monday establishing a' Rail
thirty one entitled "An act to create/ the olina. in half .of the Senators road communication ton decided Thursday
Congress, one between was on
Savannah and years ago ,
office of Surveyor General of the public Rio de Janeiro, Robert G. Scott, of Vir- the 2d, closing with a ball. Marching, si
in the next Legislature, and entirely Pensacola, and stand ready to give the favor of the editor.i .
lands for the State of referred ginia. excursions and al
Louisiana feasting,speaking, :dancingwere > aid in their to such
to in the third section of' this act, shall be St. Thomas, Charles. J. Helm," of, Kentuc- the order of the occasion. Columbus, new House of Delegates, were elected. Resolved,. That the route a preferred,,by the WIDOwS'BOUItTT'LLND, ,
and.the is made ky. Four'of the Districts'were CJsn 11
same hereby applicable to Congressional
which from accounts did the' 'hand citizens of Savannah, west of the river' AItmaa that
the Talcahuano-William B: Plate, of Illinois. thing pears a large number of widows,
public surveyaia the State of California
without candidate. ,
a whig will. be direct
and the sufficiency of the sureties to all Trieste, Wyndham. Robertson, of ,Louisiana. somely, has been, outdone .by Savannah. sad towards the juncton. 'second husbands baring died, suppose their
sach bonds shall approved and certified Long may the enterprise of our sister 'State The details are not yet sufficient to ascertain we Flnt Chattaboocbe Rivr; bu claims: to bounty land on account of the ser
the Trinidad de Cuba John Hubbard of the final t result,of.the Legislative .elec wi meet inhabitants
by proper Surveyor General ; and the prosper.; M Florida at a fair the boundary of their first husbands are still
point on vice
.ame proYllion is, hereby extended to all, Maine. tions, but the whole of the thirteen, districts .between n.
other branches of the public Valparaiso, Reuben Wood, of Ohio.. 9NE THIRD of the whole Spanish army, Georgia and Florida and to see supposition, it.will be seen by te fo
surveying service have sent Democrats to, Congress ( was the road run through Tallahassee if at least
; elsewhere ; and all such bonds here. Venice Donald G. Mitchell,. of Connecticut. or twenty_thousand. men, are stationed i in eight hundred thousanddollars lowing, is an.'error :.
to have been from the "antecedents"of | be subscri-
expected OJTWt
tofore required of Deputy Surveyors accord- V Cub ... POSOX
; There are sixteen, vessels of war: bed in Florida for that .
J injf to usage In the surveying service, thai! Zuricb; George F. Goundi, of,Pennsylva;. on'tbecoait and nigmatic'al-Vi'rginia. and still more from Resolved,; That the Honorable purpose; the : Washington, May' .'
T ,I be>> deemed and held to be of the same validity nia. employed : ;r Spain expends, the'result. of. one'of those'convenient 'gerry-' and Aid ermen of this Mayor B3r recent-decision of this office wid0'.
:' as ;llttuame had been required law. annually millions, of r' l rs;,formilitary'aeryiciuou w city be, and ;they are I entitled .who have tt
; 'by Terrible Tragedy Wife' Throat Cat xteer ..manders which,democracy .resorts' to when. hereby requested to employ and instruct aro not mare SC
-k : And;ifcis.hereby made the duty ,of .each of bjr her Husband Washington City. land and .four and a it fully'satiates greediness.i FK.uI P; 'Esq Civil death of'thft hasbald for !
;; ," the respective General of- the Engi claims. those.wi40a'whbac
"I elDrs half millions for defence on the sels to surrey, route from the. lad except> .
lands-of4 the U &1ed.Stale".Jk far Par Northern'.Liberties paper'of nee husbands killed battle.
,- public ) as (says a a "f n i e', Alatamaba I were i
I* compatible with the deck duties of, bis late date) were last night and thin. .morning The Post Office Envelopes will not be;distributed ''Judge burnt_In. Bfflgjr. meet'the above south-westwardly:expressed and,: to t vr respectfully'" "s. coLe'
"le\V : : '
office, Q occasionally to inspect (be surveying thrown into a state of excitement never until the 'first of ; make November : .or, ,-.in
July. "
They are TbeIIon1Wil1irnMaryiiJudgeof'District the
.a'repor hy.te.rt
operations while in progress in the field, before witnessed there on: any occasion next: day
,_ sufficiently to satisfy faimsilf from! actual whilst 'bloody tragedy, involves, several printed paper made !fojjhe purpose, so Court, 'at'" Key" "West,.wu''burnt in A&the sense lot this meeltngv .ku Vhig.' Coav.atle. *-. .

'f. inspection, of. theJiJelltl: of the execution worthy.. families here and in Baltimore 'to water lined that in eacblnvelope: one may effigy ontlie. ISthinst.- ,'The affair. caused lsvft. ; of, Savannah- should Montgomery S Janeri:; ',C. .

*..,: ,fthe work according to.contract: and the the deepest afiliC OD. Mr.;'Robn,.A. Hawke, plainly distinguish, ,beside. ,the -,beautiful great excitement, aQdeerioasconseqpence3wereappreb'endedr l agree, now, to subscribe"iMgmillion of del- v'entioimet" to, .dan l.Jf :

. : actual and necessary expenses Incurred byJ" ior the, Ja Hen year&a faithful, 'Pie.scngerin postage""sjamjy; :the l ): "P.P.,'tL V.>S.- ', '-, :; V Ilf; as soon asvthe. new eMnpany.shall. becbanteredoponthe oune"reprt. Afterprganiziiuj,
'. ..fbJiawluV0 engaged ,shall! be aflpwedj! the office ,of the Third Assistant, Post I ttef "* : conditions to, report a P"*!
jf following
aod'where .t incompatible with his other I roaster General' J, '(6oa bureau". ,) retired (meaning! Post 'Office"Department' of. the.. ;, .Thus'eays a despatch,* :though; cause !1.;That attleast ,half of ione :of form,and nbmhiita a candidatf forGovejno&'r' ..
"' foe General to devote the] about nine o'clock. last night withahis wife ,Unitd.States.)' ft6 occurrence is"hot ." f minon. .
:: ..'A fliUifs. a Surveyor ,. tl'! dollars b subscribed by other persons i .hecommittewm_ : rp :; 'H' ,

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No.; 4. 'No/4' :--;-- !s -,
,SpHNff Tenv.r Circuit. Court, ror Jacksonville. IPriofis darea-. \ -, :: '+ ,, -
., DOUGLAS : '
: | FIEE AHD ;
Denrml County._ NEW :STORE. ,' t. .. LIFE kwGee& J.,'
We the Grand Jnrore chosen and sworn fit.Hepatic** '-
now opening LI.Som.-
.AND : :: nEStS
THE ondmigned bega'le&Te to j Inform the ,F.WAVER&CO. t IN CHANCERY. ., general'.
for the of Daval beg leave to of Jacksonville '- '
county present and country, that JACKSONnLLF;FLA." Iarmers'Pire_ ...ra.. flryGoods BesdVmad* Clothing.
he has taken the comer store; -' :1n.uraise&t.mpny; ., '
: : 0' mr 9-7 of WffleVwaRtvCNcksnr,
No. 4 Byrne's BACON, Hams, perTh 16' : ,. llea, i.'Torlc.$2007X30.. Hats,Boots and Shoes,for ladles and, ffttUt .
That the of the General Shoulders
we regard delay '
," Ib 11 L .
Government in making the application of where he hopes to men with patronage for the Sides perlb 121 II aEE'jt0 "V (:_1\I TUNNO, Gn. F! A EJ ] Otard Cranky GROCER. .
articles Rrn
many cheap he will always keep for_sale : Market 1 bbls 12 President b WMk
appropriations which hare been granted which win be at reduced prices for cash only. His EAJJ.Na"1', per Ib Factor and Commission Merchant} ,. &! common Vrhukey; Po =.T

of the St.John' Dry Goods are of every variety,and Groceries of nuii! Ib 6 (For Florida Produce Fin Insurance Mu&Wine b sides;
by Congress for tbe improvement the most choice and best, consisting of i. per 8 ,. Gnl., Company atVtlea. ; ; L. .&and Bnnra s

.. Bar, u productive of injury to the kept in a country store. every article Goshen prime per Ib ,28 a 31! Q. 5.,soUTIIERrrwILtEF.c-; CAPITAL : melt;Te Rio barrels Ja1'e, Flovte
$200,000. ; 4. *
interests of this State, and particularly J69 J. M. CLEILAND. BRICKS-1st quality, permNDLEsJspem ,.8 a Charleston,., S. C: Gioicrtwrm,Pres" W..h, ex,Seo'y.KulcItes'BoelMr Cheese'; Pilot Bread;Crke and various f;

East Florida. And we most earnestly and Fresh Groceries and Provisions. perlb perm ,40 d .f.J ,.Ei)19-y Flr. Da ace.t tedious in showing to malow; which h,

respectfully rail the attention of the proper 30 ELla Genesee Flour; Adamantine, pel'lb.209 O' 371 J10. Waterford Insurance, N. T. cop &me 1f .
per lb 8. 10 S. .H R /AS. -
17 Hf Bbls do do CHEESEl'pineApple l11 INGSTONAjt.1v1NDowB1rm5Largeanhty -
Department in Washington to this subject; 23 Bbls Baltimore Flour per lb C .1 CAPITAL $150,000. 1.1S -

and, in connection with the contemplated 900 Lbs Bacon Sides; : COFFEE Northe Rio. perTh lu a 12l Late 3d Auditor'.of ,the Treasury Cn.es.Ca'seru, Free't; F._D. MOK,Sec>. To.-
cc ,prime, per Ib a 11 .
of Internal Improvement in 500 Leaf Lard J*& .14 Will attend to Claims before Congress and the i WW'enandh by
subject our 400 Choice Hau. perlb .a 'Ins property against loss or damage by JAMES HANHAM.,
FISH Departments
Mackerel at
State to the necessity of this work being 1 Hhd P R Sugar; Nol, tbbl 1 75. Washington. lightning, 0 as reasonable terms as any G oslieu
2 Ilf Bbla F M No.2. 660 tHTT"fers to all reasonable men titoirghout other solvent company. Applications received ,Butter.&K. .
carried out at the earliest practicable period.We 50 Small Beer; FLOUR Canal per bbl 600 ul n,who have had business with him,and and policies issued by
Bags Table Salt be J nwivtdl ;
; Baltimore 625 reliesfor Keg oGrBuo'
bbl his
2 Bbls per success upon familiarity with the _A. ****
cannot but our that the Molasses
express regret ; IJRAIN Corn, bush 90.- 00 routine of business. WILBUR a fo
per Agent 123
5 Boxes No 1 Congress UANHAM.
Jaw in regard to trading with slaves has 230 Ibs Codfish;Soap; GUNPOWDER per keg 450 a 550 WASHINGTON May 10, I83i: -Opposite Dr.Byrne's Buldinr
per lb 1-1 a 15 Charter Oak Life Insurance mare ..
been so repeatedly violated, and would most 2 Bbls Coffee Sugar; MOLASSES.N. 0.. per gal 40 a 50 Hartford Ct. Oan7' n.I'nkIterestg -
1 do Alcohol
earnestly and respectfully recommend that 1 doi lIb caus;Tobacco; OU SYRUP, Sperm, Florida, per per gal gal I 25 45 a 60 2. OILMAN' CAPITAL $230,000,with a large"surplus. E. to the Thirsty I '

our next Legislature provide for for the of- I Bbl Pulverized Sugar; Linseed,' per gal 1 12i : ainassO c s aaaroaPENNSYLVANIA ,dorsed by the State. &: PaJe brandy, Old Sheaf.

I do Pickles; PORK N. Y.Mess, per bbl20 00 AVENUE ALE Gru, Pres'tj JAS. C. WAULIT, f c'y. 5 Rye and Monoogebalawhiskey.. London
of slaves
feuce of giving a drink of spirituous 5 Boxes Baker's Porter,and Port
Candles; PORTER, London, per doe 260 1. Bran, M. D., Exam'g Physician for Sa wio.1t t to-pro4.ee the.*
liquor without the written permitof 3 do Starch; RAISINS, per box 300 WASHINGTON CITY Ta desired effect,Ju
i cask Best Brandy; BRANDY 350' 11&I1tf&tor'aM Sole apr 21-St F.C.BARRETT'A'gfat.COOPMAN'S .
master. per gal a 500 Proprietor of "i.company will issue policies on the joint
his owner or Hf and Quarter Boxes Raisins, choice Segars, WHISKEY, GILMAN'SInstantaneous sok and upon the mutual plan, thus
We have examined the County Treasu Sweet Oil Matches, Split Peas, Yeast Powders, Monongahela per gal 1 25 a' 1., fiO combiuing.tbe beneft of both systems at Baking XatabUalUMMt*
Cheese, Sugar Crackers, Soda do, Butter do, SUGAR, Porto Rico, per Ib 8 a < 9 Liquid'Hair-Dye. UOT of the .. th op IENRY COOPLY'cl to snp*;
rer's report, and find all disbursements properly Mackerel, Pepper Sauce, &c,just received per Coffee No. 1, per Ib 9 a' 10 :The only Initantanemu Policies will be issued at the lowest rates of .flL the Ti'

voucflefflor, and books neatly kept. Joseph Grice and Olive,and for sale by Crashed, per Ib 19 a1 n manent.Hair-Dye, which is pu premium-that can be adopted,and afford requi GOOD BREAD
V WAVER & CO. Loaf, perlb 10 a' 11 site setfnnty to the insured and I FOR CASH .
We have, through our committees examined je9 SALT, per sack 1 75 For sale n. by. institution. perpetuity to the His store is AND CA&U. bNLJ:
JOHN M. situated on *
the County jail, and find it in a decayed SOAP, Am. yellow par Ib flf.a' 6 PAYNE. Policies issued-:for tbe benefit of a married from the old -, doon
Notice. SHOT, all sizes, per 111 9. a 10 Jacksonville, Florida.GrtMAs's woman,on the life of her husband or any other .F; Waver& t.) oW.-AJp.d'r
state and unsafe condition, and recommendthat Segars, Spanish, per m 23't a 4000 person, willenure to her separate use,indepen BREAD, CAKES and PASTRY e Ot
the County Commissioners have the AGREEABLE to an order of the Hon. the TOBACCO, manufact'd, peril 18 a 75 LIQUID HAre-Drs is the only article dently of her husband and of her scription. every do '
of the Eastern Circuit of TEAS Hyson, per Ib 62! a 15 now; used in this city. Gentlemen who wear creditors. t"mi o Persons from the will find it '
Bane repaired as soon as practicable.We the State of Florida, held in and for the County Black, perth 62 a 15 Whiskers or Mostachios of a gray or reddish SLAVES nrSTJRED on reason able to supply country with these eii'
of Columbia,May Term, 1853: WINE Madeira hue, wishing to attend a Ball or terms. them-le
per gal 400 Party,can appear his .
also recommend that the County Will be sold before the Court House door, in Champagne, per doe 14 00 a 18 in a suit of black, by devoting one addi- California and Australia Risk tken. tn town Pnt. regularly,a

Commissioners require each Road Commissioner the Town of Alligator Columbia county, on the ---- tional minute to their toilet In using the very A. WILBUR, .Pare.&wishing pastry famished, can at aH'
celebrated article
first Monday of August next the following described heads this notice.fhihddphia 129
Agent; st. accommodated
Congress Savannah.
to make a report to them, under lands, to-wit: The northeast quarter of $500 CHALLENGE! [ Ledger. my2S-y reasonable t promptness and on i
oath of all funds and Road taxes collected, section twenty-five (25,) township six, (o,) range m,19 I take opportunity expressing my thanks
seventeen (17. NOTICE. for the liberal' of
and the disbursements of tbe same, and Said lands sold as the property of Cader Hancock HOBENSACK'S WORM SYRUP.An 4 have already 8Jdee received, eameas which
late of said county. deceased, for the pur- ALL persons are hereby forbid trespassing on asking a continuance a ,
them feel
have spread upon their minutes.We article founded. Scientific ,.lands on the St. two le warranted
of distribution of said principles Joh'a'rivr in
pose making a estate tracts lying on both sidesof churning for the bread which I offer,qualities'unsurpsssedln
also desire to express our entire satisfaction among the heirs of said estate. compounded with-purely vegetabFe substances, an the
ALEXANDER YOUNG, being perfectly safe when taken, and has never Hambly, Ol Store and Mount Tucker, and on the staff of life eSt whIc pim
in connection with the Salt at the north end of Lake ,
progressive A. Y. ALLEN, been known to fail in curing the mtmt obstinate 1 shall George : I will continue pbl beet &,
improvemenr ot the town of Jacksonville ARTHUR ROBERTS, case.Vm'mt can never exist when this remedy as tent of prcnt a trespassers to the full ex experience In the art of wtb-t.,
Commissioner is once used, from the fact that it not only destroys law.JOSEPH p
and County generally. The efficient and June 4th, 1853. 9-lm them,but removes. all the slime and mucus June 2-3m M HERNANDEZ. t pIJg my customers_ Good Bread.Jta.

which may remain. -- 1'RY.COPM.
satisfactory performance of tbe contract of -- -. -

Messrs. Sammis and Willey, for the renovation Notice.ALL TIlE TAPE Won)!. I SMITH'S FAMILY WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE,. AND
This worn' is the most difficult oneto destroyof lAM Hiram Smith's FOUR.- YOR< ADVERTISEMENTS. NE
and repair of the Court House, as far as whom'it may concern are hereby notified all that inhabit the human body! It grows to Also,a few Barrels Stewart's u
the 12th of A. D. 1853 Syrup,
on day July, J. H.
the work has been completed, except the I, A. B. Smith, Guardian of Hezekia Smith, coiled an almost&iul faalpned indefinite in the length intestines, and and"becoming stomachas so APOTHECARY HALLand Received per schooner Joseph Grice, .; McCUTOHBBr.inractices ,
And for sale
seats made for the Jurors, we here acknowledge shall Judge apply of the to Circuit the lion.Court William for the A.Eastern Forward Circuit -, to produce Fits, St. Vituf Dance, 4-c., which Tea Depository. jn2 by S. N. WILLIAMS- ; ATORNEY LAW. C.,
is the cause of many going to the grave, not believing in the Courts of the
and recommend that more comfortable of Florida. at his office in Jacksonville for
leave to sell the real estate of said minor, consisting that these complaintshave their origin No. 3Dr.. Byrne's New Building, Jacksonville UTANTED-l00 More Customers, at the JttT_ prosecutes Claims for Drt.
eeatabe put up .in lieu of the present ones; of three hundred and fifty acres ot land, from the Tape Warm; consequently they do not I ,E.F.Were y V Cheap Cash Store of Me! Hunt, Land, Lost Ho JM.P Pn.

and at tbe same tim{ say that this work has situated near Rose's Bluff in the county of Nas- use the proper medicines for their dlseasa. To jn2 HANK1NS & HARDEE. 53y a late all teidotn
in said those who are afflicted with this awful foe to is kept constantly on hand Large volafionary Soldiers are entitled to Pensions.o

been done in a manner highly satisfactory to sau, Circuit.A.. B. SMITH, Guardian. health, I recommend the use and Liner P The Syrup to be taken in DRUGS The Undersigned u Late War War with Mexico, and'the Florida
after and CHEMICALS constantly
our body careful examination of the je9-lm ,
doses of two table' three ,
spoonfuls times
a day; receiving New Goods-consisting of ,are Pensions,
work, and that it is equally creditable to the then take from five to eight of my LiTer Pills, to just received by bite arrivals.warranted fresh and. Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, were entited.- ,-or did i thei hUb.
Notice. dislodge and pass the Worm. By strictly follow genuine. Also, PERFUMERY, COMBS, Ready made Clothing, ed while in .
contractors.We ing these directions, the most obstinate oases of BRUSHES, SOAPS, LAMPS, BURNING and Shoes lists 3A AH sere five
of and &o. &e. widow
act the haT
pursuance an passed by Legislature Boot nind- 7t.
also desire to manifest, by this means, .IN of this State, at its last session, the Tape Worm can speedily cored. FLUID, &c. &c., which. will be sold low for The, are a directed .Righ side up, with pension are entitled to a renewal of ti P.
County Commissioners of Snmter will ROUND, or STOMACH IVOR31. cash.Country care, to IIAR1IEE.jti2 sions.
our warm approbation of tbe dignified and offer for sale the Town Lots,at the place county selected This worm is usually found in the small intestines to. orders solicited And punctually attended The can b obtained by addressing as abeTs

prompt execution of the judicial duties of as the County site. ,and is the worm most common to children; Physician's prescriptions put up with post paid._}'eb.u

Said County Site is situated directly on the yet it is not entirely confined to them, as adults care a9ddepatch. 2ffl4"fb Ibs?BACON SIES. just re-
His Honor, WILLIAM A. FORWARD as wellas road leading from Ocala to Tampa Bay, in have frequently been known to suffer with them. SODA WATER AND SYRUPS* : ceived,nnd by ]. Watches, Gold and Silver Ware..

the vigorous performance of the duties of Township 29 N., Range 22 E, Section 13. The Symptoms most prominent while affected of my own manufacture, in their highest state of jn2 HANKINS & HARDEE. : i*. H. nnxKR a co.
This site is also in the : with this worm, are hardness and fullness of the WHOLESALE
situated Tic of
the present Solicitor, JOHN P. SANDERSON, Pine and Hammock lands,affords excellent nity range good belly, slimy stools,looseness of the bowels, picking -* counter.perfection, in their season, to be had at the .: HAUHAH WATCH JEWELRY HOUSE,.,

Esq., and the officers of this Court, and tbe for stock and supplies, and an elegant spring, affording at the nose, a blncish streak under the eyes, .AS hand No.227 Baltimore at.,S.E.cor.of Charm st'WMPORTEUS -
an abundant supply of free-stone water. &c. If yon or any of your children have any of TEAS. KEEPS conn on a general a Engffih and'SwljvWatc&W

members of the Bar generally.It Also, in the distance of three miles west of said the above symptoms, HOBEN SACK'S WORM Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. .., .1. and tools of every description, Watch ease

is also requested that thee presentments site, is situated Lake Panasofka which abounds SYRUP can safely be depended upon. By using Tea of direct importation, and of thirty-four varieties Family Groceries an'pOisr Makers and Manufacturers of fine JGold Jewehy.
with any quantity of the finny tribe, of good and it you have a certain safe, and speedy cure; and ,from 4 to 1 Ib.in a package,all warranted Of which he is olwtys rTg f eplies. We call the attention of Southern and Western<
be published in the Jacksonville pa. different qualities.Conditions if after using it according to the directions, the and at extremely low prices.JOCOUNTRY Atso. dealers in Watches.Jewelry and Silver Ware,to-

pers. of the sale of said lots in three in- patient is not restored to health, and the worm* { DEALERS supplied BT OKI Numerous Articles of Furniture our very extensive stock assuring them' that in*
stalments, viz: one-third cash, the balance in 6 thoroughly eradicated from the system,you can EEISO JtCCOMPASIED WITH CASH. Hood no article in our line shall we allow any establish-*
SAM'L BCTFIKCTOK Foreman. rest assured there is no remedy beyond the Building mont to either in
and 12 months from the time of sale. grave. surpass U quantity quality or
6.le*o x>mmen*. on Monday,the 27th day of As for fail there is no such word as fail, with Garden& Flower Seeds, Plants,&c.T. Customers are respectfully invited to calL or low prices. We are the only Wholesale House

FIRE COMPANY PARADE.We June next, at 11 o'clock, A.M. thoae who use my.Warm Syrup,, ., MCMILLAN. (ftJ-Store Bay street, opposite Dr.Byrne's in this branch of trade in Raltiraore and shall i
W. C. WILLIAMS, ASCARIDES, or small Thread "Worms. Iiij26..1' o use every fair means induce Southern and We*.-
of Probate. These to the Bdg.- tern merchant t &-hOur
are requested give notice that je9-2 Judge worms, wjyich human system is liable j Kjpeu <
a are the most troublesome of all others. They New Goshen Butter, 500 bushels Corn; terms shalfbe al liberal"and'aecommodatiagrar4
Fire Company Parade will take place on ADVERTISEMENT.DIRECT are generally to be found in the rectum, and u CORN. *,for sale by Ft zunror' can possibly be found in the United States.
few Firkins-a very superior articleJustreceired \V e will take great pleasure in
allowed to remain from the irritation they A jn2 JAMES'HANHAM. showinZ"oar
Saturday afternoon next, at 5 o'clock.o:1The and for sale. #
lay the foundation for serious disorders, goods to Southern and Westcsn .merchant.
TRADE.rfllHE such as inflammation of the bowels and other derangements my26 S. N. WILLIAMS. LOUR.-40 barrels Fresh Baltimore Flour, whether they open accounts wiihusor not.

Friends of URIAH BOWDEN pre- advertiser is prepared to receive COTTON ofthe stomach. The best and safest ARRIV A& .-Jost received at .MJ for sale JAMES HANI1AM.jn2 L.H.MILLER & CO,

sent his name as a candidate for the office of in this, or by his Agents, at any Medicine that can be used is HOBENSACK'S FRESH Drug Store- by ;-feb36mImporters of Watches Baltimore.

SHERIFF OF DUVAL COUNTY at the other of the American ports, and to forward it to WORM SYRUP. Such is the astonishing Old Otard Brandy, Snuff and Tobacco..
any port in GREAT BRITAIN,or on the CONTINENT power of my Medicines over Ascarades, that I Port, Madeira, and Sherry Wine, (all pure LARD.bMl Leaf Lard, jusf received
October election. OF EUROPE, at may be directedby defy any one to produce a case where my Worm for Medicinal purpo es,) JAMES IIANHAM.in2 PETER LOR1LLARD, MANUFACTURER

Jane 1, 1853. consignors, or to sell in this or in any of the Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended to be Claret, Porter,Ale, &c. No. 42 Chatham st? New York,
DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN MARKETS,and used, that they will not cure. All that is necessary All of which wi.1 be sold low. sale the following articles war.
to make CASH ADVANCES on it when re- is to use the Syrup in accordance with directions my26 J. M. PAYNE. C YRUP.-S bal Syrup, for sale by OFFERS superior quality Maceoboy-,.
C3-GEORGE STOKE present bis name as ceived. Also to execute orders for any articles on each bottle; and in case a gentle purgative JS JAMES HANHAM.- Scotch, Coarse French Rappee and other Snnfia

a candidate for CLERK OF TOE CIRCUIT desired in any foreign or domestic market. is required in order to allay the irritation TEA TEA, TEA_Just received a vcly jn also Fine Cut Tobacco in o-foiland papetx amore >
l'lease address HENRY 1ANKIN.Ci they produce, the Liver Pill, by their sympa- article of Black Tea. Also the Ou- particular dtsorinUen of the various article.
COURT,of Dual County, at the October election Merchant,16 Bowley's Wharf, thising action and healthy operation upon the est article of Green Tea. PIANO FOR SALE. A Rosewood, Piano, ran be known ly sendmg for a full price current-
,at the instance of icreral friends. Baltimore. je9-3t bowels,is the most pleasant Medicine that can be my26 J. M. PAYNE, Druggist. Iron frame, juit received.and forSli as abovo. 3m mar I7<
April 7th. token. by JAMES IL&N .

1 all. to see the new Books and Music,
To the Voters of Daval Connty.l Including a :No part of the system is more liable to disease at the Drug Store on the Corner. Also a beau- .-5000 Ibs Bacon, for sale by THE Subscriber would respectfully call the
l tj *p- than the Liver it being supplied with numerous thaI assortment of Stationery, consisting of JAMES HAN rIAM.jn2 of his old customers and merchants
respectfully announce myself fellow-cit- Valuable Plantation with Ezlen- blood vessels and and if paper
diseased the
sty nerves of all kinds, Envelopes, Steel Pens,Drawing throughout the United States and Canada to hit
liens of Duval County,as a candidate for the give Improvements blood of course flowing through all parts of the Paper,Bristol. Boards, Crayots, Port Crayons, stock of Rubber Goods manufactured -him
office of CLERK OF THE CIRCUITCOURTof body produces Liver Conplainii, Jiundice,Ld- Pencils, Playing and Visiting Cards, &c. Call New Spring Goods. self expressly for the sprint;trade of 1S53. His-
WELL known as the residence of the late iout.Affections, Dyspeptia, 4c. j-e. and examine the assortment. stock ofRU'BBER CLOTHING,fepartinlaTrjreservingnf
said Connty pledging myself if elected, to .J. 11.MCIYTOSE LIVER C03IPLA1KT J. M. PAYNE, Druggist. inspection; as it has never"before*

discharge my duties to the best of my abilities. Only Fifteen M from Jacksonville, directly is attended with chills, succeeded by fever, severe my2a HANKINS HARDEE been so complete,nor the articles-more perfect.' .-

myO-td; L V. GARNIE. the St. John's river. pains in the region of the Liver, vomiting, bitter Cask White Vine Vinegar, just rec'd AN EXTENSIVE STOCK-OF*
upon taste,yellow furred tongue, pulse full and bounding 1 and for.sale low,by HAVE in store, received per recent ar Coats, Capes. Pants Overall*,.Leggingn Cu-
Poisoning. The subscriber has been appointed Agent for ,the pain in the side is increased by pressure, _my26 I. M. PAYNE. riage Cloth,Wading&, Piano zor-'
the Administrators, and will show the premises should the left lobe be effected the pain is generally Velh French Printed nns Brage. err Gloves,Caps.Machine Beliing. Enrine
Thousands Parents .
who use Vermifuge composed to wishing to purchase. CANDY. -Just received, a choice Muslins, '
anyone in the left shoulder, with a short dry cough, CAISDT ; t olo Packing Life Preservers ,Air Balls
Castor Oil Calomel, &c., are not aware Also, the Equipments of a Sugar House,embracing the thin becoming of a tallow appearance and the Candies, at the Drug Store of French and English Cc Whips,and every description ofltiAber Good

that, while they appear to benefit the patient, the necessary apparatus connected with stools clay-colored. This disease can be cured my26 J. M. PAYNE Shirtings and quality and .constantly OB hand 'The above art wrranM4to ?
Sugar Making. by the use of HOBENSACK'S LIVER PILLS width; stand any climate&tI.d!will be sold at meet re -
are actually laying the foundations for a series of Also, a quantity of Machines and Tools used CIGARS,Clglin.Vholeaa1e.The under Lancaster Quilts. able Orders solicited and a. -
as they act directly upon the seat of the disease, received CI- 10 112 son prices promptly
diseases, such at salivation loss of sight, weakness in raising and preparing Cotton, with Iron Geered and then operating upon the bowels,they expel has just sold low.over S0,000 Als t f Re3y-mae Coth tended to by -
will be
Horse Power,in order. gars,which very tc. &c., all of which 27Maiden
complete HODGMAN, Lan.-
limbs. &c. all the corrupt and vitiated matter from the system J. M. PAYNE. i. the wi
The Land will be parcelled to suit purchasers. my26 st market prices. First corner from Broadway and
In another column will be-found the advertisement N. B. Store oecupied by Messrs. New York.
Terms liberal.J. or Alterative Powder, I formerly 69 Nassau street,
of Hobensack's Medicines, to which we ask E. JOHNSON DYSPEPSIA. CONDITION*.- Moody I Boulter. Jan 21-3m '
for Administraton..T The symptoms of Dyspepsia, and its various ,April 7th.1&53. 3m -
Agent been
the have
attention of all directly interested in their diseases, are dizziness in the head heartburn, These powders extensively used, JackSDille
Jacksonville June 1, 1853. 2tf oppression satisfaction for the of iraproving .
own as well as their children's health. In Liver after eating meals sourness arising from with gener condition ,of horses purpose when reduced- New Spring Goods. WoodmanV
the stomach, &c., and sometimes general languor
Complaints and all disorders from those
arising To Contractors. ot the whole body. From this it will be seen that 'I by disease, hard work,or improper feeding. It undersigned has jut received bysteamer, Cherry Expectoraat
of a Bilious type,you should make use of the only the disease owes its origin to a disorganised state requires but a short time to manifest its altera- THE from New York, FOR ThE CURE. 0!?
will be received till the 15th tire action in the improved spirit and
genuine Medicine Hobensack's Liver Pills the Liver Stomach. HOnENSACK'SLIV appearanceof >
PROPOSALS of and ,
Stock of end1 Summer Asthma BTDZchIS1S .
furnishing at Garden Key, PILLS the and may be safely used both as a A Large Sprng. Consumption, Declrar ,' ,
Eft is the
medicine to effect
OMBe not deceived, but ask Jbr Hoben- Fla. the bill Lumber very a ama to G Stceatt Sziili
Islands of for
Tortugas following and act cure many complaint oA / str '
permanent lasting cure,as they by chang-
cack's Worm Syrup aid Liver Pros,and observe ,vis: ing the certain morbid actions of the system intoa which they a abject such as which he now offers to te public" very low 7.ioojvng Cpugli..Diji&rd1J of

that each baa the signature of the proprietor, J.N.HOBENSACIL.as 150,000 feet board measure, 3 PlanS, 13 or 26 healthy action, and rendering the blood pure bound, Loss of Appetite, Yellow water Distemper prices for cash. Te Alren 1 complete in Breathing Cttldt, Coughs, Iaftwsza.PAtAisic ..
who have
none else are genuine. feet long, and 10 to 13 "wide. and &c. &c. Referenc gentlemen every variety of Pai" r*; theSide. .
10,000 feet board measure, 6 X8"Timber,32 Females used U with success can given. Among the mayartefes my be rOlc-" : And all DuetuevoftAsr
feetlong. You will find these Pills ad invaluable medicine 'm:2 For sale by T. McMLA.Sealed Domestic Pt Do ;
SHIPPING LIST 10,000 feet board measure, 6 X 8 "Timber, in many complaints to which yon are subject. In Printed Muslins and L1 from 10 ets. tom Chest and Lungr'f'This _
_. 11 ft.22 or 33 feet long. obstructions, either total or partial; they have 'FropoaslsTTwriLL'be ets. per yard; is the remedy so universally 11144 and ri'-
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. 50,000 feet 1WJILJ'Q :...-.., U" Ea* *., is .. "faauA ot inMtimohlft benefit in restoring and Fig'd and Plain Berages; Si Tissues; commended by the Medical Faculty where it baa E0
23 feet long, and 10 "to IS wide. purifying the blood and other fluids,''as to cure received by the undersigned until Tarltens, Mu1 & ,plain-end-, been iBt:.
E5TUED. 10,000 feet board measure, 1" Boards. all complaints which may arise from female irregularities YY FRIDAY the 13th inst., for budig' a Swi; It contains opium or other dangerous LB-;

lone 8 Sehr' Conner N Y. 4,000 feet board measure 3 *' and 4 "scant ,as headache, dimness of sight pain .BRICPOWD'R MAGAZINE folow. French Cambrics, } rredient,and i*safe for tbe most delicate child TIt
Everglade, pIc'atlfpiW
ling. in the side,back, &o. These pills are the only TI*-Ten feet square, Changeable c. to$1; is estimated thai liOlXt'persou die annual
Brig Olive XeD,. NY; 3,000 feet beard measure, 2 Plank. safe and effectual remedy to cure the following eight feet high, eight inches thick, .with Tin Wide Black! Silks; Fon. Marceune J y in the United States with consumption aaoV

Brig Dido, Small N Y. 1.000 feet board measure, 1 "and 3,"strips. complaints Gout Nervousness, Melancholy, .roof and Iron door. Silks; ,. Wessor Eberly says a vast,number of these
The Lumber must be of the best kind of 'i el- JUMkBOURS, Swiss Shaw the timely use of some
Sehr Boston. Sick Headache Giddiness, Rheumatism, Distressing > .A very fine lot of Embroidered ; could be saved by prompt
Edward Smith low Pine, sound straight-grained; free from Dreams, Dimness of Sight, or in fact S.N. WILLIAMS,>Committee. ,A embroidered and plain Canton Crepe remedy. We believe that a Medicine pass easing:
Sehr Isabella Robinson, N Y. shakes and from unless it be CALVIN-QA, 3' fewShawls will effect whrrtvte it is
generally sap, a any of the Diseases that arise from affections of ;. RegIMents, cures 1IIeC1-
Brig A Cooper. Colbnrn.N Y. little occasionally on the edge,and must be sawed the Liver impurity of the Blood, or constipation &s ut..M 17th 1853.. .White Lace lU.- -' at home as well as abroad. This is BO PAregorIc
Brig John Alfred, Gray, N Y. straight and true to dimensions. No excess in of the Bowels. A choice lot G PmtCol. preparation but one which if media season'
length will be paid for and all shorter lengthswill will save the livei'of thoasanda. Many eertlfl--
Sehr Tionesta, Eaton IT Y. be rejected. It must also be inspected.and Medical Evidence. BARGIANS !i BAEGIAN8 !II! Chimesettes; Undwsleeves, eates could be furnished bat it is preferable that

4'Henry Kelsy, Curtis, Boston. measured by an Agent of the United.States on We the undersigned physicians,having bad : : I.L ,.&.J any Medicine should sell.on its own merits. The
its delivery, such inspection and'measurement the receipt of their manufacture submitted to us BABGIAJVS !. : latest-&sl ioLd Hats,at very low following is only one of thousands testimonials
for inspection, that the which : Te
CIXIKED. say ingredients of
being binding on the contractor. toinfbrnvthe prices; _. ,from well kiuwn PAjmomO
May 31, Sehr Barton, Adams N Y. One cargo of at least 50,000 feet must be shipped use they for are all diseases composed of makes the Liver them, impurities the best pill of the in THE generally Subscriber beg has removed from,.o 1Armstrong's Misses and Lie Flats; ":18E
Jane t It Carr Damarissott by the 1st July, a second by the 15th October Rich andlamngsj NEW'
Brig Tarbox a and ,
Blood, &c. GEORGE WOOD M. D. corner; .
a third by the 1st December, and the whole Ladies and Misses Slippers, Ties,Gaitors, Dear Sin-The pnbhe gJaerafar are fully'aware
Sehr Ccresco, Lord N Y. delivered by the lit day of February 1854. F. F.CROWLEYMD. .Foreman's Old Str .Boots and-Bootees; of the thousands of Remedies Diseased

6 .Sehr Isabella Robinson, NY. Payments will be made on delivery, deducting 1. BOWEN,M. I). (or mint,) where Be would be pleased 61 'POaarrrLmlRri' nngs.inder the.Title Samparfflaa,Pills

&hr United EtaiesBaUbelder,Havana 20 per cent to be retained to ensure the fulfillment Off-Purchase" none but those having" the signature -. old fend and comen- whoby to pur ,A?very fine assortment of R.b.mw- Cwth-- Plasters Liniments,A.o..thaf are daQy brought""
of contract. of J. N. HOBENSACK, as all other Coats Vests,of quality, to their notice thronhthbnewapsrb7 way
Sec Entire Wainwright, N Y. Proposals should be directed to the undersigned .are worthless imitations. ,ch stock consists of Hiram-Smith's al lug and,Pants fashion, a beautiful, eer ayl.. Hat of ? thie

4 Maafl.Dobiner, Boston. "** at New York to the are of Major W. D. Agents wishing new supplies and all others H.Smith's. FamflflourbIfbbI. for gentlemen;also a sle qual'ty of French, noterfor publication to induce the public or at
Fraser, Corps of ; wishing to become Agents, must address the proprietor ,Double b ; and Gaiters; Shirts, east these who are..to nee one that eon-
Engineers.H. G..WRIGHT, ,J.'N. HOBENSACK,at his Laboratory ,Corn*Rice.Grits,Hams? Dwer Wrp, tales articles of real tut M Pulmonary Dieatt3-
B.M. FEAREOET: June f..2t.LieuteDanhr. Engineers... :No. 130 North Second street above Race PHIL- Bacon" SU.r'f*..;. do/ ColS.Cvtlo. Coth Tailoring;done to I, am eonscions that in so doing,11junprofessianally amaethiga.st'
ig A and derogatory lathe tered'
: ,
ATTOIUTKY & COUJTSEIXOtt A.T LAW on short neticelianters ; .
Sold by all Druggists. and Merchants in the Nol Makrell I""k'' ; to make large can do Medical Science,and thengu1az1'etW.s

JACKSONVILLE, EAST ILL, JL: Great ]Ja 'gain. United States. '\ ..m11 Cod Fi CoI'a pae, yew- SoapColgate ; well at this wig sore&any other f ii t Southern&era Expectorant Medicine.which I.refer is,a ecieotifie to WeodmaaVCherrf rrtaedy:&at V
of Business in .
the transaction
attend to manufacturedfrom: States. ,
Supreme and Circuit Courts for the East- : STORB"FOR : NOTICE. Pearl Starch A large ,lot"of Negro's' constantly haTe used with 1IMN'&baa.'orUwJ'
_, ; Corn ; 1e- usual'_ 11184 :'
em.and Southern Districts of Florida. DAYS from date I will apply to the Indan. aad Adamantine $ YJ'fhf
Undersigned offers for sale his Stock'or THIRTY ,Sperm A..Coffee haTte public are solicited and examine ,J.M ?,MD
fe9 en
THE of Probate for Colombia county for Government Java'. RIO I -
,old :
,MEDICINES tc with the priv and Prices will to their interest ,
Goods ;as they '
Order iSh 'W. Stewart andLoaf; la
liege of the best store in the town. The stock to the real estate George Sugar. Stua.rt'crflghedReftned to store article Soldby W WZLtacoln,Join*MejenSolomons .A
.'. Salet was purchased with great and will ,deo'd payment oi debts to wife the south, Afne article of Porto Rico Brown j puatthi b &,Co..J.B. Moore Co..T.M.Turner :
bY virtue of an execution issued from a Justice's favorai.1 ywith any of the same,amount that compare can be vest qmarterof'.southeast quarter section 19,' Cheese. Butter;Lard/Yeast Powders,, SalemtaLsaIsoda -. ing. &l cheap forcash.B.AMEUMAN, &po.Jas.H.Carter. .E. I>,tuVApoUie-
** Court in and for the Coaty.-of.Da- found. The tra.d.4sspidly increasing and i as township-3, south of range 13. .Also ; : caries ,Hell..&t'IImah ,and all\Prnftfitr.
J : 'Newnan and
Cinnamon Block
30 township No. corner
section ,
I the ; Byrne's ,
vil half of northeast quarter, Nutmegs, plee, Pepper.
,I wm at in front of the the town is growing'so-rapidly: cerreapending Gtgr. -- em"1 .
outcry a
expose pntlie i '
half : uvlf1''BtUO
north fOr G
AJ the ,
3 15 strett:
range ClovesFiekfesIn3r5 BL
P ,
inTthetown. -
or ,
House door, Of Jacksonville, income trade,may be ,expected When- thplankroad < of ,
southeast n5rnpL
southeast quarter;and'the quarter ; SweetrOQ; ,SI rOadnyN.-yert._
en the first Monday of July next, within toe now in.oontemplatiott'U-compkted,
slug : Florida the southeast quarter and the northeast quarterof New Oil do r- _.,_ Apj.l8 .roHN M.r.nN. ; .A .
tout of ale, the following PTOPeTty,40vtt JacboaTillew1Jlnppl.thel of; 'section I9.-townhi 3 t. .
the-wmthwert J'I&
quarter- JacboDTiJk.
ODe brown bay oey horse,adon,nine or in a gnat'meaeore with. Good. T-o say ,ODe'' Ifr all said described lands.lying ...ndb.wgin :' f EJ: ot-othe irfieles .AdminfrtODlote '

tnyesn oJd r ODe horse cart-levied on,u the wishing to engage in -this business rare otunity ppor range aId ,B4e. gen > &, the .best qua1ity, TW -&a.t r ,
'property Simeon 8.Ty1er&ndM&C.'T7- is now offered. My;reasons for offering !frg gub. STEW AltT, will tefl lawCT for cash, '' shall apply t the J MrrJ31.1y't.
..:w his wife to satisfy said execution la {aver of the Store for sale-is that,I have other:business J85B Administrator- ,&o. which t-reap J d ,for of dimnistratioa'oathe scnozuw
J. i&sy2B, : Jtt .
..\ 1.in4m.Mye Pjopeityjpointed ,out>y which will take ;of,my time. Any eommuni-, .- st C Bw Como, c aTe, Estates of i :'Aaron:Tkon,> and DL At&onIq.--'C
i i 5mt ,
s1."Ut OEO. Ii .:D. C. ?**win lie pompU7'&tt.enW : IHISil:: .POTATOES.., wth. I the td h. f"i'.:. ,: > : liC1i&juk..m.iM

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I' MUSTANG. .LINIMENT. I. w. MOFtRELL '& 'OO.,,: OLIVER\FARWHM{ .::1 n <: 'CHEE"STAtN' 1 CAELIXjS7rough '.

r 4 this paper will fall into the hand of many PlAID & MM MMUtnVI Wholesale Provision GroceryLiquor ; *No., : imm s' Wharf, < ,AHD .

As: are noUn the habit reading advertise- '! "I i Deall. S : .
went in newspapers and especially those relating .. ,. -
I' to Patent Medicines we deem .it a duty to Ttronithton, SaTa n"al$.G*.. constantly on:band well ('IESTON't. t tf 30 t not W, L. N. W15BSTEU. HAS Liquors and Groceries,which and : OT, half ptpes/qtttrter c leave
; inform neb person and aim those who hare I o10RRE ; Imporer t' of dosen Cf . 4; .'read1leArned the fact from their own experience for tale low Order from the cut Dmetic' Ljqpors,' \ine Cria1s JamalcsLImeJuieedodododO.. one '. Bt1day&IPM' *'. -"PA
and that the Mexican Mustang ''Establishment' and promptly attended to.fty .- S at TA/iL
; observation House Furnishing &
e., whole I
Liniment U really, truly and intrinsically,the Furniture by Wholesale .nd Retail.. .Tenns-CASH on CI. Sgrs of 'superior quality.' Sardines Lobsters,,'Mackerel in ,bt"quarts and bs.11cnir A. M..an lre Tuesday.I A.M 1,
afflicted Syrup So C& .
the ; lea
1 test remedy ever before offered to nnHE subscriber desire to call the further at- April 7-y S Th C.
' for rheumatism neuralgia stiffness or soreness 4 of the Florida to bit.weU ..- Seep constantlv on hand ma txtentnt tvpplyof la S boxes 9 Tuesday at 8 P.M. .
tention public Preserved Jan P.
For cuts, bruises, GEO.' & GO articles, which they an preparedto I Id Gilr. o lath o'clockA.M..
V ofjoints. muscles or tendons. known establishment, for the sale of ABOT the following Tu1..10 ?'Bl .
f, burns,or scalds sore nipples caked breasts, &c., FURNITURE HOUSE FURNISHING .wnoLr.SALE seLf to Cityaa Country Madunti, 0 their *.French Cherries'In S Brandy In boxes of 1 dos.each. 3 *, Fr h'elo AJ
ei U U unrivalled excellence and we baveprovedt DESCRIPTION usual tr. These steamers .
. it to be a certain remedy for the pile. We can, House-keeper MATERIALSofmery and merchants can supply themselves COGNAC BRAKDT.-J.J. Dnpnv. J. J.Ronsse, Fruits* 'in Brandy, In SS of 1 down eah. Stare of East Florid, and connect both wav,
ft. therefore*,confidently recommend it, and advise with every article for general use 'or for = Pinet,Castillo'n'& Co., J. HeneI P. II. Go* assorted. os. with the Ne.'Yok Uanubip. Ca Ra
: every reader to try it, feeling certainty of giving forming a good store stock. i'v dard & Co.. Freres, Oad.DpU1 ft Co., Do do in their own- juice, do de. road,. WiD R *
': satisfaction by giving relief. Everything in the line ofbnsiness mentionedbpt ,'ASS' J. & F. Lgr and brand. in Pie Fruits do do. _. oP.r f''Clar tos. 1 ab

; NEW Ton:, July 31, 1852. on band. including Parlor sales Hall, Bedroomand And .Store. !' hal pipes, qur and eighth. casks, I bus,, Stuart's and Loveriag's ,Steam Refined Su- | For $10. ,SS .
We hereby certify that we have used the com- Kitchen Furniture and will be made dos. ,. farther S particulars apply .
i. ponnd known as the Mustang Liniment,and have upon as god term can be effectedat No. 97 East Bay, Cleston AnlJOAt BRASDT- proof, in imitation of Do Loaf.in; boxes and half boxes tf IS loaves J. W. CALDWELCb .1.. S
' no hesitation in recommending it as the best ar- the I. W. MORRELL'S, Frncb.i ha pip., quarter and eighth casks. each. BELLECh1AS8E&y1NEgLS \
p tide we have ever used for the cure sprains, Old established stand. S\ana.Ga. Also on hand Fresh Camphene in barrel Do Crashed,in barrels.Do ._ ?Javl.- S
:, rails,cuts bruises. &c., on horses.f march 24WEBSTEllAND I Fluid, and every description of Lamps HOLLAND Gra-Fine Apple, Anchor, Cologne- Ground or Pulveriuc in barrels.; -S I I REID,Paa \'
' --All who'doubt this, will please call on the nndersigned PALMESWHOLESALE ---- deliers for burning the same, at the and Clover Leaf Brands. Do Steam Ca la boxes of 43.Jw. Feb.IOt S ,

. and they will be happy to afford all rer*'price!. WHtSu-Ir sh and Scotch. each. S S .
> .
. other information in their power as regard*its DEALERS INGROCERIES Agent for Blale't Fire Proof Monongahela 1st and 2d quality.Do Almonds, best Bordeaux ale aaDe. 1f Oppositio.1 Line, arring" ,
Co. O'Mara, "
LUTZ DAI.L& SheafRye
It efficacy, &c. April 7-y Piuburg. a and bard shell.
.- Proprietors Manhattan Stage Co. Bourbn. Castile Sap o superior quat.1, f boxes.of U. S. ,
J Extract from a letter dated (Successors lo A. Welles & Co.-al the old Jolinstonj Crews & D Blimor..rectified.Rye and about 25 .No 1. S S I&iw&IN. '
, I SACRAMENTO: CITV Cal., Aug. 15, 1&2. Stand,) IMPORTERS AND WHILKSALB RU-ld Jamaica St.. Croix, New Orleans. Corks Soap, Velvet Wie. in bales, and la of 7 Patk Fla, and SaTaanah,

i. \\ I believe the Mnrtang Liniment most an excellent NO. 195 BAY STREET, DRY GOODS England. f ross each. S : ALT THE WAT.> .G S. .4
' \ article. My wile brought a couple of bottle Jan. 27-6m. SAVANNAH GA. PEACH BRANDT-Old North Carolina and Vir.S Do, common Bottle,bags 7.gross. Via Picokia,.Black Creel,,and
with her, which I must thank you for. PALMES. NO.181 EAST BAT,CHAlLES einia. ? Do,Jug and Tap ", I JaCWt
GEO. F. and St.
*: Since the came here my horse fell down within JOS. W.WEBSTER. ApPLE BUASDT-New Jersey and Wortu caroCOBDIALS Do Velvet Demgohn .4 and 5 gross .Ia. Marif, Br1tic a7 -

. *, and injured me considerably but broke nobone. Burn ft FOSTER A. S.JOHNSON, J.H. lina. Vinegar White Wine in casks. .n, Ga..VSi .
.. I had recourse to the Liniment, and the .A. J. CREWS, JAMES M. -Noycan, Perfect,Love,Annisatt, Do, Cider or Apple I. ba quar. STEAM

,. relief, IB fact the cure, was astonishing. FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS AUSTIN CANNADAT A, 8..J. Rose Cinnamon and Peppermint. Cossart SEOARS-A large assortment of Rio Hondas,, ..-L. TP115. PACE
(Signed) D. KAMSOM. WINJsMaeira. Gordon 6 and other WELA.CpK
Consolacion, Filantropa
KING leave Palatka &
jan 4y ., in 4 and i casks.
Extract fro- a letter dated phnicft brands of dirmt _.
.' GEORGIA.P. Al ata
SAVANNAH Port ndotbor cnotce S foI 'k -5 .
* l'is Pa., Oct. 5, 1852. b.- ridas Havana lheroots and Cuba Ix. at .
rr.Bijuo cam
& & Co. I
H. BtHN, JOHN FOSTER. MCCARTER Shel.pale Daff Gordon TOBACCO- '. celebrated HoneyDew S rVe .acklnv.& S nlIZ. aad '

t. Another cirucmatsnce I which I noticed in of Ohio the, jan27-6m (SUCCESSORS M'C,RTER & brand. 4 lb.plugs.. in whole and half boxes,of 100 I at all the intermediate o'eok,;Cac
a few days ago, thought spoke highly Do do Ibs. ptee.abye
Mn In the office of WHOLESALE: Ventoso's London Particular and I neb Through Far from aad
virtues of tho tang. being McMAHON & DOYLE Do Tenero. and ,Ready,in kegs of about 100Ibs .
'C of high standing I noticed as he Black Creek, ( S
.*4 a opened physician the door of his book-case, several bottles WIOI.EALJ DEALERS IN B OOS1IllS S A B n ST A TI Cargo Do Sicily Madeira, quarter: cask. Do, each.Word's Premium lobacco, in 6' fft,and I Trough Fare from Jacksonville, 0 O O
. of Mustang,along side of which was an empty Do Malaga, dry and sweet I casks.: CO-N. ; Th Welaka connocto with
)T Mustang bottle and a two ounce presceiption VIal &llllCEllIES ANB II Corner Meeting LONDON. i'ORTER-Byas' quar. and pint. lib.Do El Dorado, in boxss 40 to 4S Ibs. each. teamsbipStat. or Georgia, for P.t u
; filled with Mustang Liniment on which was rHlVISmmS.FOREGN Charleston, Do Scotch and East India quarts ...S phi& .
., Ae. And a variety of other brands, in 6' ,8's,and
$ the following directions Rub the throat well ( AND CHAMPAGNE. CIDER-Boxes, dozen each. 1 lb. AGENTS.S tK.
night and morning with the Liniment, and wrap 190 BAY B@* A complete assortment Do do Casks, three and six dozen each. Smoking plo$" Tobacco,in boxes S of 5 and 8 dozen, .fl.DUKE &
t a woolen cloth around it." J. P. }'LEMING..lI. (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston &Co.) SCHOOL and WIM BITTERS-Boxes,one dozen each and I 4 and 8 oz. p F. WAVER fc CO..JacksonvIlle.I .
*; B. .Mecking lI.l!*>Walnut-street Cincinnati, Cluix. :fEDCAL Bottlae papers.Wine French and German Patent, in S.M.LAFFITEAU,Savannah.
tobis Formerly occupied by JIatlridge, Esq. together with BLANK draught.Cordials I S
t was confined bed aud.under treatment of a BOKS. assorted, do do. Feb.24-tf
4> physician suiueeix weeks,with neuralgia of the IA V ANNAI GEORGIA.JOHN and STATIONERY, do do. hampers, one gross each.FlasksQuarts and ___

{ whole of his right side leg, arm and face; his 11'lUION. JAMES DOTLE. descriptionkept-constantly on Madeira do do. ,pint, and hatpinu.Dmijohn'a1.2. United 8tb:8.lJai: Line,
, were indescribable, and the only cessation Port do do. ralJI.Candleaperm.
suffering S
jan27-ly fered at the lowest prices. Pea,and S
from the uiott agouiiing pain, was while Sherry do do. Adtie. S

*: under the influence of opinin or morphine. His A DOtS & GO. Champagne in baskets,one dozen each, quarts, Piclo! SaucO.Imperial,and_Black.- Palatka,.Fla., and Savannah,' Ga,, S
finally advised him to try the Mustang Heidseick Douche Calhoun T&sHYlon.
doctor and
1 j' FAC1UK8 AND GENEUAL { plnuFlag. Jan 5-ly (INSIDE ALL THE WAY)
Liniment; he did co, and in two days nag able to CHLESTON and brnds. S
go about hid business crfectly cured. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, : The above comprise some of the finest Wine Via Picolf-la, Blade CTIII and JacJaontiEt] ,4.

.' SAVANNAH, GA. imported. Fla and St. Brunswick .'
'". The Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used G.W. ANDERSON : W. ANDERSON :J. JACKSO.1. Meeting street,between Hayne and .I Dare Ga. !, 'Ga

in my family and on my plantation for a great jan27'ly CHARLESTON. S. C. STATE OF FLORIDA. For Sale.
, variety diseases requiring an external application jan 6-ly IVIE STll PACK .
< and has never failed to give immediate re* STOVE UEPO'l PBOPOSED AMENDMENTS T THE CONSTITUTION Valuable and Cotton _L GAST,Cap& .SIl .
Sugar :
and effect cuie. I have cured Nil'dESSEM SAID leave. Palatka
4. lief a permanent RE- OJ ST"TE. every Thursday morning 8
several cases of rheum tism that had resisted the .AND GENERA J Adopted by the sixth General Assembly Land o'cok S
* skill of our best physicians. It ha cured ringWorms USE. Commission [No. 1.] undersigned i Flord.mlE Val- Avs at Jacksonville .am evening and
' by a single application; chillblalns in a 10 12 AND 14 BARNARD STREET, SAVANNAH, GEO. WHOLESALE DEALER AN ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth andTwentyThird for sale vis tHis Friday morning at o'cokhr '
" few days teot.h Iche immediately; frost bites Subscriber most respectfully invites a Prpert. at all the intermediate point
t ; THE In Groceries and Clauses of the Third Article. 1ATION, known a* St .abn.
* cats, sores ai d corns, by a few applications; neth at his Establishment, where every effort EAST BAY and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of Josephs situated in St. county, at the J-N.B The new steamer
TOUS headache cured entirely. In fact, I have will be made to give satisfaction. The largest NO. 139 the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this head of Matanzas River Joh. Swamp, "St.
< used it fur almost everything and it has always and most varied asort.ment of Cooking and Parlor S State. containing 1300 acres, of which about 800 are of John
: cared. I consider it the best medicine 1 have Stoves, from the best Manufactures. All jan 6-ly : now nearly will be put th*line. t
rich loam baaed marl well cleared
'. WM. JOHNSON SEC. 1. Be it ended bv the Senate and Jlmiu O ; 5 are fnhe o
overused. of Hollow Ware, Hardware, Cuttlery,
kinds Repretentatitet of the State of thoroughly ditched and at present under cultivation The Wim Gaston e.ime_t*
(C Proprietor of the 1llmhalllIuuse.8AnxnH. Wooden-ware, Brushes,Guns-single and double CONDICT JENNINGS Fod i Gn
eral AuemUy 'hat ; about 55 acres of well re-supplied and with the le. St..n every Sator-
June 24, 1S52 barrels,Pistol.Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps all Wholecale and Retail Clause of the third eOlmd.Article of the Constitution of: plant cane. Centrally located on the plantation

'. A. K. Moore, Esq, one of the editors and proprietors &c., &of.Plain constant manufacturing Tin-ware, SADDLES! this State be so altered and amended as to read is a superior Steam Engine with Sugar mill and day.Through Fare from Palatka, PieoTata, and
. of the tfavannth (Ga.) Republican," kinds and, Burning Fluid Japaned constantly on as followsviz: "Tbere shall be a Secretary oStateelected complete Sua works, capable of manufacturing |8 0
;> in that paper of the 20th December 1851 says: band.Camphene fjan27-1y] J. .1.MAURICE. SADDLE If CARPET by the qualified voters of this tate 10 to 15 per day, and saw mill attached Trough Fare from Jack 10
._ "Our personal experience enables us to recom- HARNESS, on the first Monday in October, in the year 18.running two single saws. Also, finely situatedon AOJ! S '
mend tho Mexican Mustang Liniment to the PRICE & YEADER WHIP?, TRUNKS, VALISES &C., who shall continue in office daring the ter pine land and commanding a view of the whole A. E. HERT. Palatka.
public with confidence, as we have felt the good MEETING. four years; and he shall keep a fair register of the plantation: comfortable two story and attic: .,Jaeksonvffl*.
' effects upon a sprained ankle, which received 147 NO. 165 official acts and proceedings of the Goernor. and name dwelling! house, containing ten rooms,and CLGHOR t CO.Savannah.
great benefit from one application, and has been Bay street Savannah, Opposite Charleston shall, when required,lay ihe same, papers, necessary out buildings. The work and build S .'eb. '
.. cured by occasionally using it for a week. jan 6-ly minutes and vouchers relative thereto before the ings a all in complete immediate S
,. Mr.J. F.Murpby. of the firm of Murphy, Gait .T all times keep CLOTHS a large assortment of fine General Assembly and shall perform such other.occupation. Also a fine stock of several hundred FORUnited PRff.MELPliIA,

& Co of this city, says that by the use of the HARDW ARE.COUTNY duties as may be required of Dim by law: Provided bead of mixed Durham,and common bred of -
.' Mustang Liniment he has received more benefit CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS That the term of office of the Screta of: cattle, and a stock of about 80 full States Mail Line. "
, than from any other remedy he has used and Which they are prepared t make to measure in State to be elected under this Cnstitu- India Sheep which will be sold with the plantation

: now feels better than be has for the last six years. the best manner. AlsoRay.made T tion, shall not commence until the tr ofce ,i desired, or separately. "
; Facts speak for themselves comments are unnecessary Clothing. of the officer now elected shall ALSO, S S 'and Savannah Steam -
, ,-Dalton Times, Feb. 10. A Clothing, of good ma- HARDWARE, CUTLERY SEC. 2. Be further enacted,Tatbe twenty- The tract k01 as "Sa AD." containing PMlapT lion Company. lmp
. Rhnunat .-This is to certify that my wife terials and well made. TOLS, &c., third Clause of the third Article -.675 acres and
1 was afflicted with severe chronic rheumatism. With a large variety FANCY ARTICLES No. 35 Hayne Street tion of this State be so altered and amended as prairie, having a rich i from thee to six feetin IT1HE,'Jl wheel new steamship and splendid, (Id**

. She bad suffered for months with the most excruciating Hats, Caps, Canes, Umtrelu. Shirts, Crant taC ta to read as follows, viz: A State Treasurer andComptroller depth,based on ml tTTrSff1:_i .,"STATE OF ,
t; pains-"he,had tried rheumatic compound &e. of which COURTNEY G. of Public Accounts shall be elected ALSQ.* S *;Ru GEORGI. -';-
f. UUrT
" *. reliefs and almost everything recommended tock.Sars. PRIOC8. wi "AME D. EVA B t>y tb.< .ifie : for.this dreadful disease. None of them Savannah, March 4th, 1853. tQ-ly jan 6-ly__ in October i the year 1856,and evr' Vests," aoinng eah May 4. '. 5
relieved her pains in the least. She used one fifty two years thereafr. other,and being at the head _E WednudyFebrar2. WeeITt IhaylS.
; cent bottle of Mustang Liniment and it cured WM. R. SYMONS Da A. Ar Bt SEC. 3. 1 enacted, That the thirteenth -side of Matanxas River,and containing a March ah 23. JanL
, her entirely. She is now perfectly well and recommended f'J" Cln of the fifth Article of the Constitution 1173 acres.. The Suthern half of Ma Compr April 6.. Jane U. S
: all of her friends to use the Mustang DRAPER AND TAILOR MANUFACTURER AND of be so altered and amended a'which heavy bammk an An. April Jane
'. Uuiinciit JAS. L. OLIVER. to read as follows,viz t The Clerk of the Supreme immediately Joseph and 2 :
t Savannah Jan. 1, 1852- AM) DEALER IN m t5. D- : Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery,'might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus ,This Ship has been built with the rct re
. REA DY-M ADE CLOTHING, shall be elected by the qualified electors of this forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards gard t.the safety, and comfort of her punl
AN ECHO FROM THE WEST. NO. 17 WHITTAKER jan6-ly State, on the first Monday in October in the year: of2000 acres. The balance of these two and her accommodations are unsurpassed

' Mrs. B., of St Louis, was nursing a young SAVANNAH STREET Wholesale Hat& Cap 1856, and every four years thereafter, and the'tracts is of Live Oak hammock based on closely, steamship OB the coast.
". child, one nipple became very sort,and the breast 161 MEETING ST. Clerk of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by concreted shell stone or eoquina, favoring moisture A new steamship now bulling, m every respect
: inflamed and(aked hard. A fe,application of Gloves, Suspenders Shirt, and Gentlemen's WO.ton Hotel, Charleston., The electors, in such manner as i now and of the first quality fO Se Island Cotton equal to the "State of Georgia"wiU tl
. the Mustang Liniment healed the nipple, removed Furnishing articles generally. has in Store and is constantly or may hereafter be prescribed by law. and Tobacco They might easily her place in the line during tenth of
.' t'ue hardness and inflammation from the jin27-ly several manufacturers, all of the SEC. 4. Be U further enacted, That the sixteenth cultivation,having been in years bugtunder next, and will, with the G8"
1 breast and she had no further trouble with it. of HATS and CAPS suitable for Clause of the fifth Article of the Constituton -cultivated in Cotton, of which the yield was make a weekly line,fearing each placo e W.I
Numerous cases ofthis description have come to BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM and southwestern to which of this State be, and the same is hereby so!frequently one bale of ginned cotton to'the acre. nesday.Cabin .
our knowledge and it is always effectual. RY attention of markt. goods and amended as to read a follows, viz : There i on the place a large number of sweet Passage from Savannas to P
Mrs. Hughes, of :t. Louis had a very severe Having many years experience in the There shall be an Attorney General for the State,,orange pomegranate, .fig, lemon and peach delphia ..$25
:; attack inflammatory rheumatism in her shoulders rmm'I I natters himself that in prices and who shall reside at the seat of Government; i trees, and an extensive sour orange all pag from Sar.to New York, 2
arms, and back. After suffering the most goods cannot be excelled. D.A. shall be his duty to attend all sessions of of which, with proper attention,can gv. .? I
xentciating pains fur some ten days,without obtaining SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, General Assembly and anon the nassae of anv'restored to their once promising condition.All eay C. A. L. LAMAR Agent In Savannah.HERON .
any relief from ber ""hysicians. she was WHOLESALE DEALER INBUTTER N. A. COHEN & act, to draft and submit tithe General Assembly,I of the above tracts ar situated betweenone & MARTIN,
induced to try the Mustang Two fifty & Dealers of at the same seson. all necessary forms of pro' or two miles from ocean, of healthy Agent in Philadelphia.
cent bottles effected a perfect cure. AND CHEESE, Importers ceedings laws which when approved, location,and in convenient communication with
: The Mustang Liuiment is pnt up in 23e, 50c Foreign & Domestic Dry shall be published therewih. and be shall per the City of St. Aug5tne. being about thirty Feb.2i.EW
and$1 bottles. The SOc bottles contain as muchas BISECT FROM NO. 175 EAST BAY, for such other be prescribed by''miles to the and about the came YORK
three of the 2e bottles. The $1 bottles contain GOSHEN NEW YORK. Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar ; be shall be elected by tho qualified electors'distance by water by the Matmxan River.
as much a* eight of the 25o bottles. The $1 jan27-ly of this tat on the first Monday of October, in, ALSO, PACKET LINE.
Sb. bottles bold one Jint. they are eheapest. jan6-6m CHARLESTON, the year 1 ,.and every four years thereafter, tract known as "New 16:
A. G. BRAGG & Co., sole proprietors of the but may be removed by the Governor,on the address Te Hope lying
MOORE AIB ll llllll1CSOL by water North of St. Augustine and between
Mexican Mustang_Liniment.Principal offices, New Stock of Spring two-thirds of the two Houses of the General the North river and Guana creek, both
I .304 Broadway, N.Y.,andcoruerThird and Mariket Assembly,and shall receive for servicesa
a .
street, bt. Louis, Mo. WhOLESALE DRUGGISTS, hi navagable for large batl. It contains 575 ares
I compensation to be fixed by law of hammock 4 4.
POitd. and and is well situatedand
, OLIVER. BRAGG, At'.p DEALERS IN BOOTS SHOES. B & That the term of office of the for Sea lnd. Regular line of
adapted cotton and stockraising.
General Agent for the South PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, ttc. UUil to be elected under this amended Constitution New ,and
< 304 Broadway N. Y. I MUSTARD SPICES & SNUFF No. 30 East Bay of the shall not commence until the term of office of the ALSO by fast-sailing schooner.Joseph
S. C. officer now elected shall ,
expire. 2 tn
D. McCUE.V. BLOODGOOD& &c. 9300 "
BOUSE. PERFUMERY BRUSHES acres unimproved land.at' Salt ,
SEC. 5. Be it That .S.ROGERS, Com'r
further said elec Jer70a
A. N.IIEEIJ, MORRIS KElL-are eaced. at the north end of Lake .
'. appointed AND LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS, tions shall be George on the St. between the
conducted thereof ply regularly ports:
Agents for the sale of the celebrated Mexican GIBBON'S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH, GA. fBlHE Subscriber offers for sale a made in the returns Johns river immediately west of Vra7t.on Island. 1
Mustang Liniment in Jacksonvillu Also fnrsaleiy JL assortment of the above manner now lresrbd. or which The track embraces "Salt Spring" and AsentinNewYork, .
hereafter be JOSEPH Watl"& S
Druggists and Sterekecpers in every village jan27-6m adapted to the Southern trade, which L tion may of member the elec Spring creek,"which nearly, equally in GRIC.
to Congress from this State Agent
in the United States. rates for cash j its whole
or through and .
lowet fromItbe
IIAltlWA.ILE. navigable
Merchants and it shall be the duty of the Governor to issue Jengh. 1 B1SBEE & CA.NOYA.S .
march 24Spiritualist's
visiting the river for
city are I *? or four feet
.. HAVE on hand, and am constantly receivinga inspection of the stock. commlsioDs. under the seal of the State, to the The land is bat, dught. Agent i PalatksS
I rllig yellw DUKE.
; full of Hardware consisting of R. A. person the bighes number of votes for! entirely pie frt R
supply ; qualy. .,
Library.PARTRIDGE the said several offices.SIXTU I Palmett All goods their care will be promptly
Cutlery Cooking; Utensils, Mill Saws, Cross Cut 3 East Bay South of the GENERAL Assmtnty.-Passed to be god together with forwarded. S
the House
Saws Hoes,Chains Nails,Axes,Blacksmith andarpnter'Tols considerable
& some bodies of
: BRITTAN jan of by the Constitutional cabbage and live September 4th,1832.Regularly 23-f
. New and all other articles usually Repreenttiv. majorty. oak hammock and
__ York prairie contiguous to the creek.
u Passed the
.. ortmcnt of business. Snat The location also embraces facilities for : ,for Lake Monroe.
HAYE a complete as Books and L kpt i South Carolina Constitutional majority J cnstrnct
: C. HOPKINS, Agent. Paper anu116,1S one of the
I devoted to the facts,philosophy, 'ing largest and most S THE SARAH SPALDING -
I I and advocacy of Spiritualism which they will No. 177 Congress St., San.nab. Ga. turing Company. OFFICE OP SECRETARY 'powers, as, independent of the flow from the I '. Ita lTD.A.
*upJy| in any quantity,and on the most favorable jan27JNO.->y Capitol, Tallahassee March OP STATE > .spring, the waters jof lake CerheU. about four .S.SPE bnpru
4 term. We refer to the Spiritual Telegraph for Subscriber, Agent of the I, W. DOWNING, 218 $ miles in length by one mile bladth. may trips Lake
M. COOPER CO.WHOLESALE THE State b fmpakoDvi t Ma--
a list of our Books prices rate of poeta e. &0.: $ ., begs leave to inform for of Florida, do the mae available by a canal of about 16 chains II L ing landings.
I. THE Sl'IRITIJAL TELEGRTprf is a : AND RETAIL DEALM1 1: Printer and foregoing to be a true and correct hereby certify of the yielding an inexhaustible supply with I the will leave Jacksonville
weekly paper, devoted to the Elucidation of: Books original on file in this office. copy ,a fall of at least 18 feet. The spring itself, the morning 8 o'clock; arriving everSa
Spiritual Phenomena,and contains a record ot 65 Stationery, tht.the extensive Mill of the South In Whereof I have hereunto water, of which has beea analyzed by evening.a &P&t.
S the most interesting facts &c. A Manufacturing Company is now Testmon1' Chelton of New York and shown 7
very interesting CORNER WHITAKER & 8T.JULIAN 8T&, ture and the GreatSeolof to be of Leave Palatka every Monday morning at
f discussion .f the iacts and Ao. M Muring' llangc, ration manufacturing my uable medicinal .
philosophy of the AND NEWS the State Floiida. Done,at the Capitol properties i capacious di. o'clock fo Enterr; arriving at CatsrpriM
Manifestations it now in course of publication .SAVANNAH.JNO. = in the City Tallahassee mensions being 60 yards in and most the same
I between Dr. B. W.Richmond and S. B. Brit tan. M COOPER, Vni. A. OLCOTT, X. KNAPP. of all sites and of the best quality. 28th day March, A. D.'lSSS on Monday., and seven the< igiUjsjm4.pi t * All the back numbers can be flU1l shed. Sub- ALSO, l' the in a commercial or agricultural point of view, .
aiAOTLLA ty-seventh year Independence of the fm EDtrn Sh.1. .
t. scription price$1 60 per annual Specimen conies Printing and Bookbinding executed suitable for 'VRAPPIG United States of America.C. with its advantages in constructing a boat canal L hue as t b i eeen' cnctn for te'
A cent FECK. wit Grocer. of only a few miles across to the Gulf of Mexico,
't., The increasing Interest an 1 rapid occurrence neatness and dsalch. No pains or expense has been S W. DOWNING, must before long draw the attention of the I I smce. Le ft pnlr .
Foreign imported to N. Y.price. it equal to the best Northern Mills Secretary of State. 23-f. BSE S
offsets demand more space and additional seta Book ; planter and merchants:of. that fertile region. April AfeiU.
rice, and Telegraph, (Volume H, to com. Feb IOt and most approved machinery having WATCHES 'AND JEWELRY. ALSO,
"; ineaee in May next) will be duced into the same. Two tracts containing 5000 the
greatly enlarged, Parchment Paper Letter-Copying acre on west Circuit Eastern Circuit
J* after which the price will be Twft Dollars. OOKS.-This Paper is very tough; show All order promptly attended 1 by SItYEllll SIEil ud 4 on the east side Johns liver,I Court, Days County.Samnel a.I.r
I THE 8nEK( AII.Volume 11, is being issued B up a perfect and distinct copy and JOSEPH FEll! J mites above, Pat.ka and having a I "I
. Monthly and is devoted to mental and Spiritual the advantage of texture and inrfac which offer {GAgent.8| East Bay P lUKCHASERS IN !river front each of fou in extent. Brant S
1 Science. ,It contains many important fact and be written upon without spreading..? The Book may South Carolina, where in the vicinity of Savannah, Tha on the west of the river is mes most of pine Joseph S. J Sarah R.I VlnCnaaeery .
1 of Wholesale Paper formed that the subscriber Ber.
profound expositions the Comra'n 'V and embraces
psychological on are well bound and paged and are cold at themanufacturer' bs on bad, swamp land of the Baker, I
J which they depend. Each number contains at ,prices in single ones or in constantly receiving from and most English store of Fanton Lesly &; Bryan hi we.. Car '
I least 43 page of original matter from the ablest quttCI. Conltnty'on hand, pectable manufacturer in the country rich DIA Co., now known as"HabI1\'ol store,". which .
j contributors and Is embellished with a portrait ; A LARGE STOCK OF WRITING MOND RUBY PEAR other JEWELRY" -.is its beginning corner and rn. south to: F having been mae to appear by adavit that
f on steel of torn Spiritualist or Reformer PAfENTDOUBLE LEVER COPYING OF EVERY and sterling inch asS the widow Pangree's "old fields, ?thence west and I SSJ oseph S. Sarah R.,his wife,t*
li Terms fS per annu n. PRESS. Wrapping Pagen of all DESERT and north to a opposite the beginning. The of the defendants in this cause,reside beyond tke
. The first volume of the Shekinah is elegantly With copies are taken with more kinds, Assorted, TEA POONS and FORKS I one on the pint side of the river lies between I limits of this State and in the State of Geerfiat
* printed and bound, and Its iutrinsio merits and ease, thi much P:08 quicker, than with the Screw Printing par, S SILVER PLATES and WAITRS. the places known as "Buffalo Bluff"and"Mount On motion of R. Donnan Solicitor eomptaia-
i 'attistJo beauty entitle, It to'a place in every Press and other ordinarily in use. It does not Card'lilin. enameled, TEA SETTS and Tucker. Besides a large body of well timbered[ ant,it is ordered that notice be given iasome
| Library. Price in morocco, lettered and gilt require fastening down and i* not liable to' SAUCERS GOBLETS pine lands,it contains some excellent hammock, newspaper published in this circuit,requiring the
{ $3: in muslin.$5 60. out of order. get AGENT FOR JOHN T. TUMBLERS, PAP BOAT. and several well wooed bluffs and sites said Joseph S. Baker and Sarah R.,I wife,**
t A.liberal discount madAo the Trade. Address .Type and Stereotype SOUP and DISES' for residences. recent "elgible.west S appear and answer the said.,complainant's biJl,
* PARTRIDGE tt BRITTAN METALLIC. DAIPENER R. HOE It .CO. PIE"lCE CREAM CAKE tract has been reduced to.2940 acres,and the one, within four months otherwise said bill shall b*
f No.3 Courtlandt street, New York. Superseding use Cloth. Printing Press and FRUIT KNIVES SoLID on the east side of the river to believed, taken pro eonfesso against them and thttorder *
; -. _aiar 11 and Blowing Paper, (saving all the time and trou Circular SILVER DESERT;PICKLE and however that th deficit will 3.I I be published aforesaid once a week 10"
ble incident to their use;) with i a perfect copy, .MA YNARD.NoyE :,BUTTER-KNwEs Proposals purhas will b m by A.. ecutively for four month v
r ',Union Agricultural Warehouse and may always be secured with any press. Celebrated, TV.riling: NAPKIN RINGS; SALT CElLARS and. ,W. Walker, Esq. of New Orleans,John Peck, W..A. FOR W A'R1),1adtf-;
! SEED The undersigned are the .)le and exclusive (ft-: All the above at Manufacturers FRUIT KNIVES. Es. ?f Neir,Yo"t, Benjamin A. Esq.: Jacksonville. March.1858. 81-4m _
.- STORE Agent for Georgia and Florida for the above ar Silver plated Spoons,'Fork.ad Cake of Baltimore, George % Lfd., St. Court ,
RALPH ft Co., &3 Fulton St. W. F. and have made April 7> Castors W .Ldes' S ofProbates at CJa..xSl.
I !cl. arrangement by which Baket. Tra11. Augte.East Florida,or to myself the latter. ,
. FOR SALE lect'allor& tney are enabled;o of them at the Handle S -S
OFFER large and Cp. manu/ Ki"es.and silver plated ple, paid. State of Florida, \
i Agricultural and Horticultural Im raurr'.prices. -1 on Steel,Table and Knives, fine twenty- S S JOSEPH M. Hernando S ''
I BUoQnilsiing of Plow*,and Casting Corn .rcn and English Copying Writing, Dact. Josiah one day Marble .Mantle Clocks,' and, oouftnon St.'Augustine, March 8th HERNADEZ 18 A.Button CourityS.S.and Washington.c ;T.Mayo
I : >traw Cutters,Horse PowersThrasher* ? Car mine and ( W1rL'kep constantly on hand Brass Clocks I of every deir.ton'01 S ma 1CLCH' & John on the Estate ef Peter W.Law, deceased -
.. Md Seperator. Fanning Mills, Grain Cradle of the best Inl & Silver Lever ad Watches "
.. quality, constantly Also of Chronic !L Martha C.Law and other '_.
Scythes and Snath*, Grain Mill, Sugar Mill. Mark Ink, bv the gallon or Barrel.,, charge made fo a and enameled Hunting Watches, I HOUSE. To MnMart.ha.-Ci'Law'widow.r-p.ter '
I Root Cutter, Sausage Cotter and Stuff en. Ox also made large to their and what i* taminatoD ,'no Siver WaLh-al. a1 Keys'! > ; Law late of said-oomnty," deceased, and k "
Yoke and Bow, Rakes,Hoe, Hay and Manure stoek of Writing Paper of eY aton be made for mos, as they are Gold Sinr Timble., ,. S other concerned to,whom the**pre&U *DU"

.:.....,. ,. Fork.Spade,Shovel,Cart* ,, Wagon' ,WheelLurow Liberal discounts made when cold in quantitiesof price.. Among big Medicine will b* Gold ._ al having recently 'opened rT eome greeting. r*>..
*, b. fire Rodger's Fine Pocket the above House *
; f reams and upwards.Mathematical Compound Tonic Pills; CuUel. ; woud. Now know je, thatyonsniberebyeOW
FIELD HARDEN Am FLOWER SEEDS Itaxors and Razor S Halt the tLI,1 .
Antifebrile e.
Instruments Surveyors Com- or Antlbilioui. ]*; patronage ed to bo and appear. efor* thi eowt
';::. -alarr* Variety. FfillTJUSEKS-Penivian .Chain.. Drafting M&r.ire.&o. Pile Ointment; S S Card Cases, Po Moe.&j. are at thl tie some five to six room list day of-May next, to oo.aU t or du r'; ,
? Gaano Sop. Phosphite! Lim,"Bone' .Dost, Pou. hae facilities( Bookbinding Gonorrhea!and other Partlca attention will be t RPar". several le with fire pla. 1oele the cat may be, the proving out.fth. _""

drette U'VI'AC1'UB.ERSol Charcoal Dost Platter, '. I.aU various.- vvy and ofmaldDg up BJ falu.;DO Balsams MltiII0 From his, Clck and Jewely. 11 within one hud and fifty yard of.the Post and testament of P.t.r.W,,Law,>i Ui---1Z
) SCIINEBLYSr Book ruled to ia which or.1u ezt.enn facili Office and 'undersigned i* e1y.rued. by himj tht tad ,
: '.. and Machine DANIELS' &jttrn. ties,he confidently believes he who Ai' '
Reaping Mowing the best of stock. Clreular, lift' for Gen. four horse Coach and two
-. '" Hay,Straw M Stalk Gutter' .Agent for the and Fancy Printing. ., Cc DpliC.eonolU" may favor him with their patronage. Flack SoU.,both leaving for Oeala seml-week S G'in adr,my hand id1yP.t.. t.tbfl

,{*;!*al* of Wilt,-Uor.r. PUnt Straw Cutters. A Foref Book imporAd New.York' me. art} Jacksonville, .East, D.*. ll prc.are as low. and terms as favorable, IT.-- For further particulars apply at th of being ao wal of office. thhp-hith::4I.l.t.ow
: eataIope.W'slut on application JOHN a or call and examine & establishment in the State he Republican and .o. A.-V:11&' ': J..KNIGHT.JL.- fib)

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