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 16, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: 1sY"AtJ"I'DOIUTT.: AN ACT'to nTin'.naeo i.iDue1. 'force for a A UESOLUTION providing'for. the Printing :and to%ny.'other' >country,1 in vessels of the* : faith and floor : J .
limited time the Provisions ef an act relative. and Binding oftho"1etuzns. of the Seventh : good by, the. United States arfd then tht cef'1WCtl a-
LAWS OF UNITED STATES, .to snspended Entries. of Public'., Censns, 'NetbeOdshallpay'no hIgher ort ther 1 Lhe ctizensjbereo(. :' Itd tothe, Jtnl of the first, 1O.w,Me'

Tcsed during the 'Second 'Session e/1:liJltry < 3 it enacted.by Hie Senate, and House of I ',Resolved hy theSencliasid- House of Representatives dutIes l1a *Ball be'' lie! ,on'?he.like goodsan4jerctrnndzse In witness wb i ot't have Tjereunto jet tablE.1I.'aS suspended in fa atfcbovt six intAe

eondl Congress.AN Representatrcei of the United States of Amer. of the United-States of ,America 'I I imported,. or;'exported ,in I my hand,and caused'the seal of the United above the Jloor* WbUethu seatid 'on,jt,I'couI4Ie4agenU.ibgaaoj'ineti _
national '
ica m Congress assembled,,That the several in. Congress assembled; That th"erebe printedby 'l' sa la., Reciprocally;,"goods" andmerchandiser :States be affixed. a u .Jtfloating t

ACT to authorize the Correction of erroneous provisions of the'act approved third August! the Public Printer, under t supervision whatever:'their brigor may be, ,Done at:,the: City ,of Washington, ,this : in*.the:: atir ephere. After ,being :.,

Location of Military Bounty Lud W r7 eighteen hundred and forty six,'entitled ,"An of Superintendent of the Public Printing.no imported into or exported from the pDtS'.of twenty sixth day> of ,Febru ry"; in thus stspended in the a4r lot a few moments,
nU by cUuJ Mttlcn on the,.public 1uc1a in Netherlands;from and toaDY other coon- lhe of Lord thousand the. ble .
act providing for the adjustment all suspended the abstract of the of ', year cur one, was geAtlr"Jetao rnaguftioib
ctrUineuei., I I land Returns irj.injesselsof ,the.United ..States.' shall [ts.. ] eight bundredishd fiuiythree.and ot floor., '. '
preemption in the several the Seventh Census1 as is recommended to < 'S YO
.fit Unaided ty,tfo Senate and Mouse ofKtpraentatna States and.Territoriea" be and the same are be printed by,the'report of the' elect1 com pay.no levied higher or otber dutIes than'shall.. be : -the fndependeBce of the ,United Some pretend to saythat these physial. '' a.. ''
the United'States ofAmcT'icain ; on the like'
of hereby revived and continued goods and merchandise States the f eventyeeventh..MILLARD manifestations. mdeby elfetncitvlili .
in force for the mittee of the Senate,' made June ,
Congress attenMed* That, where an term of ten from the date hereof* twenty imported exported in'national vessels; .: :PJLLMOREL., shouUliketo! know by.what laws 'of electricity ," -
years eight,:eigbteexijrnndre4 two and
actual settler.on the public lands has soughtor and those' declares and.fifty ,, ,. Tbebountiedrawbacksand'other privi Br'11IJ-PuSlDlu-. i known to-as! .table 1.at one time- ..
eball hereafter Attempt to locate the land provisions: are hereby' in the manner therein prescribed' (the "His 1az: this tM\Yhch'may! ,be granted 5' : .EDWARD EVERETT; riveted,'as"'it were to -the 8oor;;Sfaiwt all
vnlb military as wellto: cases 'which, ,were tory and Statistics of the State of Maryland, in the StateS oi '. -
settled on and improved by him. a inadvertently, be : eilner': of the "contracting Secretary of State the force thaftouM be exene4 to motlt,*a
omitted to acted under to the cre1uml..ot thC Seventh '
bounty land warrant, and xvhere, from on according parties, on 'oods imported or exported In at another time'raised entirely from the floor
said act as to those of alike character and Census1 of United ',
the States the alterations
any'cause an error has occurred in making arisen with national"vessels, shall also and in like man- Jom'e,2Vess, Port 21 buoeeIa,23. with more-'than ,two bandied .ol pooad: ... >.
'aid eeltler shall authorized description which have .between the recommended 'by. the.;committee. netbegrioted. .z--- :4< ..t. "T t
.on goods ?
imported ill s
neb Joc.at CJD, :otjex-. weight pon ': ;*.t -
to relinquish the land.so erroneously.located date shall of said act. and the .present time; and, "being" taken as the sample,), thai 'ii to-say; ported m'Tessels of the'otheFcountry -u.aS.p."raU. .;ib1pittti' XaDIf'estau. &t" subsequent meetmsnCarboan: 'Ifiracieif I> L.
locations JFtntOmitthe"'Historical
neb warrant the land pe regarded ss applying by Account,1 jthe "' br three billaand'a 1
end to local upon so Aaiicj.a'lL me to ing guitar. -
settled upon and improred+by' him, -if the bounty entries land gales.warrants**well as to ordinary 'History Sketch of and 'Description'* :iConnties., '; the 'The above reciprocal!,equality in relation" ''BoN'P. Tallniadge spent much of the brocghtthem'accordingly. 'Tb1bdII"WUW'of t-
or and
Geology ; the remarks with
shall then be vacant and if : to the last winter diferent'sizei-the' liksm smaH
game not upon SEC. flags the two countries 'is understood in Washington, where be devoted largest
Vacant land of Z.> Andbe it further enacted. That in the heading.Population' (of the, State of sized dinner',belL "He directed drawer t*'
any ether on making proof all to exleid also to 'th'epontsof the good deal. 'f time and attention to the alleged '
thoee facts to the satisfaction of the land cases where patents have been issued on Maryland) pr fixed to the tabular. statements, colonies'and:"dominions of .Netherlands' t Spiritual ManifnlatJm.hereof'' be put under the square table. ."1 put under '

officers, according to such rule and .regula entries which were entitled to ,bey confirmed embracing twenty two1. pages, from one to beyond the seal in which goods and 'merchandise the Misses Fox then in Washington, were a bureaa drawer, bottom '. eui'14e:: dir
tions as may be prescribed by the Commissioner uD.dei'u.id act, such patents may be surrendered twenty two, both inclusive, with the except whafcver their origin :may; be, the '&iedi m .** .MrT 'became thoroughly rected the bells to be-pGued on the drawer; .

of the General Land Office, and and the officers at the time of such tion of the tabular statement at page twenty, imported or exported from and to any; otherCountry' convinced bf the verity and importance The three'ladies and myself werevseated at

subject to his final adjudication. surrender who by said act, are constitutedthe showing the'.progress, of: population from in vesiels! ,of Jhe United States, these "manifestations" and so declared bin the table-with our bands and arms' resting

Sec. 2..An41 be further enacted,.That the board of adjudication- hereby seventeenyirundred and ninety;,to,eighteen shall pay no bjgher''or other:d uti s than self in a letter just published in.the.Nation- on it. 'The Mis commenced ringing':a sort

provisions of the act of third, March, eigh. authorized and empowered to confirm such hundred and fifty, which :shall be retained." shall be levied m the like di' and 'merchandise Intelligencer. ,We declined| .printing that of c ime. Numerous raps. 'were madei as if ,

teen hundred and nineteen, "providing for .entries; and upon the cancelling of the outstanding Second.-Insert the tabular 'stat me tS''t>f importeV exported from and to letter because,'while it expatiated at. length beating time to march. 'ThebeHs cottlnj

the correction of errors in making entries of patent, the Commissioner of the population covering from page;twenty threeto the same places n vessels of the'.Nether.: I on the manifestations as it reliable,it gave no ned to ring and to chime ia with the'beating

land at the land offices" and of the act of General Land Office is hereby authorized toissna. page twenty six, both inclusive. lands', The bounties, .drawbacks, or other facts to justify such momentous conclusions. of t n. 'Th 'I::was slow and solemn. *

twenty fourth. May, eighteen hundred and new patent, ,on such confirmation, to Third.-Omit the' tabular statements from privileges ;of sinilat' denomination which The following letter fromMr,'T.'is of a different It .was beautiful and perfect. The' most

twenty eight, supplementary to said act of the persons who made such entries, to. page twenty seven to page thirty, both jih- may be there grated hon goods 'and merchandise -I 'class,and we ""very cheerfully make fastidious s could not detect any discrepancy -.

third Match. eighteen hnndred and nineteen their heirs or to their assigns. elusive, and :ubstitute tables Showing the imported exported in vessels of room forit wiitioutataliendorsihg its conclusions in it_ .. : '
Approved, March 3, 1853. nativity of, the 'inhabitants of the State, The then ceased and the bells :
shall be and :the same are hereby the Netherlands,slall alsO and in.like,.man* :, raps Iang-
made applicable to errors in the location of without' reference to local residence, giving ner, he'granted on";goods and merchandise "BAIIWOEK,'TnescUy,April 12th, 13 .. violently several minutes.. A bell :was-'
AN ACT authorizing the Sale of certain Be- :She sex and olor, 'similar to the table headed then foot ankle and jrtf
invesselslof pressed on my my ,
expdrtei United
land warrants. served Lands in Alabama.Be imported or t( the Dear iJ ilam:--! seize a few J leisure mo ,
"Beeapitulatioh, at thirty flue kneeThis drfierent times repeated.1
page States.- was at
4&pprov41asch 3 1853. mentswhile detained,..herein business
it enactediy the Senate and Houte of fourth.. Omit the tables relating to the to Knocks' made mitvebeuient1yagams1
,Lr .1_" LI..1 .. S's" Aavtcz.xJII.: give yon. a more extended account of the .
AN ACT 'provide for Additional Clerks and Representatives of the.Untied states of America :"cu,,uuiuw, uiiuu, insane,.ana laiouc, ccu-, Neither party shall impose upon the "Physical Manifestations'1 to which 1 alluded he under' side of the table, so that a<'large

extend the Seosionaof the LefiiUtire AsaemWy in Congress assembled. That, the lands I pying from page thirty one,. to page ,thirty vessels of.the other, Whether carrying carg6es''orarrivirigrin in a former letter.. In'this account I- '.in-candlestick! ,. by every,blow; raised':
oftheTerritory of New Mexico. lying iri Clarke county, in the:State of Alabama four, both'inclusive ; retain tbe.table, headed He it enacted ihe. Senate and Howe which have been reserved from saleas "Recapitulation," on'page thirty five, and 'countries purport sinai ** "
two ether
by of
any country from the
: any tovcom of John C. Calboun.
United cedar lan under and by virtue ol''Ariact omit that Headed ""Manumitted and :-spirit -. afterwards examined tbC''untlerside of .
Jtepretentatita of the Slates of .America i s, fugitive J dutiesof, tonnage,.harbor vdues,'Jight house, J
in Congress assembled, That the ''Legis I making.reservation of certain public dlaves,",0n the same page; retain ";the table salvage, pilotage quarantine or port charges 1 have received numerous communications; the table, (which, it will be'recollecfed, wa, : .

lathe Assembly the Territory of New' lands to 'supply timber for naval purposes," h d d."P-ofe?'.!oll ,OccoratioD6aJ1d trades,". of auy'kind or, denomination,,-which shall from him, from the commencement of investigation of cherry,) and found indentations in"the/

Mexico shall hereafter hare authority to approved March first, eighteen hundredand on page thirty six, and tables headed ''-'Agriculiural not be imposed' in' like. Wes: on' 'national of.this subject to the my wood made by the end of the handle:of the1

employ one person as a translator and inter seventeen, shall hereafter be liable to be productions," "on "pages' thirty vessels. time. ,Those communications owu have pres.ent been bell, which 'was tipped with bra;'Cold!
preter, and two clerks"in addition to the sold in the same manner and under the'saml' ,seven and thirty eight.;; 'ARTICLE IV_, received through rapping .mediums electricity made those violent kn n wrtht
number they are now.authorized employ provisions and restrictions as other. 'public Fj!AOmit the tables,of "Industrial. es- "The present arrangement does not extend mediums and'speaking1 medium, The the handle-of the bell'cauthng'indentationaand
for each House their session lands of the United St tes'- tablishnents" from the candlestkk.from-thetab. at
during 1I ; and page thirty.ninc to'pageti to the coasting trade and fisheries of the two ate of the'most extraordinary character. 'In raising
tLat the'account'and charges for said trans Approved March 3,1853., .. ,two, both inclusive. countries respective!jywhich'arC exclusively style1 and and .sentiment they,do honor to every blow-.Or was done by.tha same in-*

lator and interpreter and clerks shall be Sixth.-Omit. tables headed "Real and personal allowed. national !vessels -.being, moreover him in.,his best days on earth. risible'power that riveted, the table to the
audited and settled in the and JOINT RESOLUTION'uthoriling the Settlement'of estate and taxes" "Wages "' and floor and again raised it, with all the weight
same, manner understood, that, in the,,East, Indian After-the arrival 'of the Misses Fox in ,
upon the same principle as is provided, by .Papermed the by account him since of the the,.Public first Of Printer November;for "Pauperism, and'crime,",on pages sixty thiee Archipelago of,the eth rl) ,':the' trade Washington city,.in February last, 1 called upon it,entireli b9ve'1heAoor! .. j
law for and eUliri' the and ,omit the column which' Here the ringing, of the bells ceased and
auditing accounts eighteen hundred and fifty two> sixty.jfour ; professes ftpm island to'island is considered as, coasting on'" them, ,by ippolntment,and 'at once received
and charges of other and similar officers and Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives to give the.Private libraries", in the5tatemfllt trade and likewise,in the United. States, a communication from Calhoun then I felt sensibly' and distinctly the impres-,

attendants' of said Assembly. of.the.United Stdtei' of America headed "Libraries," retaining the the trade betweCn1l1ronIciz: the Atlanticand I then.wrote down propounded.menrtally'the siori of a hand on my footnklend tnee> ;\
,Src".2 AndtxitftirtkertnadcdiTha* of resFdue, and retaining also, the 'statement their the Pacific' and ; S TbeseLmanifestations were several timesre-. '
in. Congress assembled. That the accounts of ports" on ; lollowuig'qneiBtiousfHCan ;: ,, : "
the four clerks to ,be employed each the Public Printer, for paper famished and beaded -"Newspapers 'and'' periodicals,"' on any,time,'either'the'Netherlands or the Uni- 'yWdo'anything'(meaning physical' |>eated.I ,, : :'

House of said A 8flemLiy..two'sball be nalified used by-him since expiration of the tim page.sixty four,and the statements beaded ted States shall allow' to any!,.other; nation manifestations,) to confirm:me in .the.trnthof :was then:directed,to pot' the gniar"on
to write in the Spanish and two inEnIish the "Edo tioo" and" *,'Churches- i rT the whole' b'lhe said : the drawerye"wereau seated as'beforer1with
specified .in the sixth >section of the Act or any part ,coasting revelations I and to remove. from my on'the4 ta-5 ,
Jan ; making appropriations for the naval.servicefor sixty five to sixty,eight, both inclusive.SeventL t'ad ,-th'same trade l shall' be allowed/' mind the least'shadow of'unbelief? '. our bands and" arms resting"

SEC. 3. And be4it further enacted That the ending the, thirtieth of, June -Qtait ..medical statistics life the same footing'and to the''same"extent, 'to' To-which received. the :following an- ble.' -. '

the accountsaod"charges of the. translator' eighteen year hundred and fifty Three.ai4.atsoforthe tables, etc"...,. to the end of the work. ..". the other party; It being*, howeverexpressly; swer::, -- The guitar was touched softly and gently, -

and interpreter and the extra,clerks which paper to.:be furnished and used by : igAA: hefe.h;: be"Jripafe: :and understood and agreedlhat mT ':4' t-wil1give''von a'
were employ in eadJ.. :Hoa&c. dnringJih. trim-Bntil the Superintendent ', publishedtabular:statements-enowing the "anTtltfslian''yrevent t : ,h ejfe8sebrof 'eU[_ at'71.O'dock; .Do'not fail to be here.I liJ..1hc acaJm music It tba .played *-' '
'abllc pieceof : !
last cession 'of said be population alone in the local-subdivisions i of ) ,
Printing shall furnishing-and ; nation from eDtepng'a land rnga portion will the ftyoa.1UI' expl Datiotlo4A l loader and bel : 'c :t":.
aadhed and allowed by the"Secrelary of the livering him eommenc paper' to be used for the States less than counties, such as. towns of their inwid cargoes""at)bne '\:' of.the ,C.CaIkounp..: sort der tonesL.symph6nyViainncb: And.as it played.these'harmoni-

Trrasury,and paid in the Same manner and public printing, be settled and paid as the townships; hundreds" ftcX'wh'erever'the returns other nation,sand ,then 'proceeding to 'any -It 'proper: here to remark, that all the sounds, becoming soft and sweet and

upon the came principle as is provided by accounts of the Public Printer have been are sufficient for'their fir nati n. other port exports of the same; to enter and communications' referred to in this letter ous recede and grew-fainter and

law for the auditing and paying of the accounts settled and paid, under the said sixth section ATj'nr/t.-The condensed tables for :the I Hand the remainder, ;nor from preventing ;I were made by Calhoun 'after a call for' the low fainter, began till to. died on the ear in the;

of other and similar officers and at. of said act, and a is provided for in sid United States, shall conform to the alterations them in like manner from"loading a portionof i I alphabet, and-wer rapped put,'letter by letter disiance. Then they they away returned 'and :grewi

tendants of said Assembly. : sixth .section.. suggested in the detailed tables for.the their outward cargoes at _one port and ,.and.taken down by me.in the usual way. louder and nearer, till they were heard.again,

$u. 4. And be it further enacted That December 23, 1852. States. proceeding to another port or ports to complete They were made in the presence of the Misses and volume as when hey
in full gushing
the said Legislative Assembly shall hereafter Approve Resolvedfurther, That there be printed, their lading, such landing or lading to I I. Fox and their 'mother.I .
be authorized to continue their sessions A RESOLUTION in amendment of. Joint in addition to the number usually ordered of be done under the same rules and regulations called on Monday 'at'the hour appointed coma.esiud.41.' incapable of giving ..dequate -;

for term not exceeding sixty instead of Resolution relating to the duties of Inspectors the public documents, seven thousand copiesfor as the two 'ov rnaieuts; may respec-: and received the following commuuTca'tion J am idea utterly of the and harmony any oi

forty days.' as heretofore provided. of Steamers, approved the seventh dJ of.J an- the use of the Senate and ten thousand lively establish--'----- -for-- theirKnational- -, vessels in : ...*_ _:._*... ,1...__beauty%k_..mtt t\l.. .;.>..9..nn..haA... .
hundred and ; : 0'J IUI5 wusI.' A 114"; UGI& "
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, And nary, eighteen fifty pi8- the use of the House of Representatives like "My friend, the question is often put to the roost delicate and scientific 6. 'hands,.

that said Legislature of New Mexico shall Resolved by the Senate and lous of Representatives : Provided, That the cost of composition cnses.AJlTICLE V. you, What good can result from. these and by beard, from it, under such guidance the

cause to be allowed the Commissioners of the United Sates America for plain matter shall not exceed the The above reciprocal equality in relationto man ilestations V I will answer it: .But never did,

heretofore-appointed to draft a code of laws in Congress assembled, shal be the sum of sixty-two and a half cents per thou the flags of the two countries is not, understood "It is to' draw mankind together in harmony I I most hear splendid thing performances.that fastened upon the very

such compensation as may be just and reasonable duty of the Inspectors of exercise sand ems, and the cost of presswork shall to prevent the Government of the and to convince skeptics of the immortality soul like any these prophetic strains draws out

and which, when so allowed, snail i the powers conferred upon them by a I not exceed the sum of forty-four and sixty- Netherlands from levying discriminatingduties of the soul.-John C. Calhoun." in'lsibleband from the Spirit World.;

be paid out of the funds appropriated to joint resolution of Congress, approved the five one hundredths. cents per thousand of import or export in favor of the This reminds me that in 1850, at Bridgeport by While an listening to it I was ready to exclaim!

defray the expenses of said Territory. seventh day of January, eighteen hundred I quarto pages.Resolved direct trade between Holland and her coloniesand in. the presence of other' mediums in the language of tbe'Bard of Avon '

Approved, March 3, 1853. and fifty three, subject to all the restrictionsand further, That the entire work dominions beyond the seas ; but .American among manr.qlJestions put and answers received

limitations therein contained : Provided, hereinbefore ordered shall be printed in a I vessels engaged in such direct commerce were the follo\viog-the answer par- :ThAt strain again-it tad a dying&H; "

AN ACT That the time granted to applicants shall!! compact qnarto form upon paper measuring : shall be entitled to all the 'privileges porting to come frorn'W. E. Cbannliig., '0,it came e'er my ear like the sweet sooth

Schools to in Appropriate certain Townships Lands for and the fractional support '! in no case extend beyond the first day of not less than twenty-six by thirty-eight inches and immunities, whether as regards import I Q. What do spirits prop to accomplish .Stealing That breathes and tiring upon a odor.bank"of violets

Townships in the Territory before provided for. SEC. 2. And be it further resolved, That ream of four hundred and eighty sheets, and may be enjoyed by vessels under the Dutch A. To unite mankind, and to convince After the music bad'ceased, the following i ,

Be it enacted by tIt Senate and Howe of the said Inspectors may approve of boiler of the quality now nsed for the extra copiesof I flag. Likewise, the United States shall con-. skeptical minds of the immortality of "the. communication was received : :

Representative* of the United States of Amer- and steam pipes made prior to the first day documents ordered to' beprinted by Congress I tinue to levy the discriminating duties imposed 5OU(." "This is my hand that touches youtbegnitar.JoFdI5C. *|B&|.

tea in Congress assembled, That in those of July next, and subsequent to the passageof : the type to be used to be brevier, except by the present tariff on teas and coffee, The coincidence-in sentiment of the answer Calhoun. .> *

townships and fractional townships in the the act approved the thirtieth of August for the headings of the several columnsof in favor of the direct importation of these of J. C. Calhoun, and of W. E Channihg, At another' time, tbe following 'physical'manifestation

Territory of Minnesota.where sections numbered eighteen hundred and fifty two, entitled "An tabular statements the notes. and such articles from the i-lace of their/growth, .but in. regard to the. object. of these manifestaremar&aDie -_ n .. was- made.. in. ,.the'presence, '______,'of.r'
sixteen and thirty six, or either of act to amend an act entitled an act to pro. tables as will, not appear to advantage in also without discriminating between,the nags 110nSII' .LI anu wonny.L particularnotice. .L lien. Hamilton, uen. \Y.ay .L ngml'lK1n. u ,
them, directed to be reserved for school vide for the better security of the lives of brevier, .which shall be printed in nonpareil; of the two countries. And if, at any time, The concurrence of two such great South Carolina and myself' : "

poses by the eighteenth section of the pur-act passengers on board of vessels propelled in and that. in all other respects, except those I the Netherlands or the United States 'shall' minds, whether in'or out of the body, on a Wewere directed to place the Bible on *.

approved third of March, one thousand eigbt whole or in part by steam, and for other hereinbefore specified, the work shall be ex I abolish the said discriminating duties, it is subject BO engrossing, caniot fail to command drawer uuder the table placed it there"

hundred and forty nine entitled "An act to purposes* if the same be not made with ecutedaccording to the provisions ot anact understood that.the same shall be in :liken the attention of e\cry admirer of exalted completely closed.. 1i was 'a'sm a1{ pocket

establish the Territorial Government of stamped iron : Provided shall appear that entitled An act providing for executing the anner'.a lished.'!in relation l to' the, 'com. intellect and moral purity. Bible,'with very fine print. Numerous rap.

. Minnesota shall be found fractional in stamped iron could not be 'seasonably pro :; public printing, and establishing the prices merce of the'other country. During the above communication of Cal- were then beard beating time to for.-"Hail SoOa Cerurabia -

cured. thereof, and for other'purposes-: approved 'vi bonn, the table moved occasionally,perhaps ,". which bad been ,called
quantity and in those fractional RTictr '
or townships SEC. 3. And \>e it further resolved, That August 26th, 1852. convention, shall be consdekdas '\ foot, first one way and then the other. the sounds began to recede, and grew fainter
where no section sixteen or thirty sir the said Inspectors shall hereafter be Resolved further, That the binding of the The present the abovementioned.treaty After the communication ,closed, we all and fainter, till, like,the music, of the gttK,
shall be
band therein there shall be additional 1'be'Afpba'bet ;
reserved awav'in the distance.
died ,
moved back from the table from four tar,they
two to
authorized and
hereinbefore ,
empowered, upon satisfactory work mentioned shall be executed UaJ.:
and appropriated other land for such of the 19th of JanuaryJ839..and1W then called foe: and it. wa ,
proof that the owner or owners of a steamerare under the direction of, the respective unmodified article of that feet-BO that no one touched the table."Suddenly was
school the
purposes to.make' up, in the first together,with out"Look.tI looked on the drawer,
spelled ,
Die it ,
the table moved from ,
unable to obtain seasonably or committees on'printing breach. House, and the term'of two'yearscommCnclng position
case, the deficiency the quantity of said upon treat; be in force for and toned the Bible 1 took.hop, andcarefully
fractional sections sixteen and thirty six or reasonablelerms, a metallic life boat, as required shall be paid for, out of the contingent fund ] six weeks after the exchange occupied some- three'orfollr' feet, rested a ,it open.at the place I found,
: by said act, that such boat ,is of the Houses of is until':.the few motuents,::and then moved back'to its kept open ,
or a two Congress as nowprescribed I further,
either )f th m,'and to give, in .the second oftbe ratifications j'and, it moveJ: it. Oa bringing it to the' Jighi, I found iioOt'St.
ubsuhed to the navigation in which a steamer I by law. after either of ;tbe original position. Then again as '
of twelve : 11bsiaon
case for the loss of either end chapter
an equivalent or John's gospel sf
i employed,.to.accept ia, ,such case a March 3' 1853.' : to tbe I far the other way, and returned to the place! '
both sald BecfiohsTTrdWea, rlbmooe"and'manner substitute or substitutes for'any such metallic Approved, contracting 1artiesshafl jhave to'teimin,given .t ,the I it started '[frOm.-fOne'side of the table was 'the left side, and chapter 111 being on .
of selection and approval DY other notice bUts- intention then raised and stood for few moments ataa the.right side. .said, "Do you wish *look:
life boat : Provided such substitute shall in ._THK.PRE WEB : reserving a '
in both cases and the quantity selected in same each of the contracting parties; '". ;"So.* "Do you wish, 4
,; their afford safe and i itablemeaniofpreservinglite of.the United,State* of .America.A ;; angle of about thirty five.degrees', arid at cbapt. J I Ana
the second ease; shall"be'in a accordance'' with judgment in case of accident.SEC. : to itself the right of giring'such'n&tice of the thin again rested on.,the floor is usuaL us to look at .chapter 1111?,Ans, e-'!.
the principles settled by the act, approved PROCLAMATION Jo the other, after the.expiration!- And it.was then' said "Read J commencedreadiug
4. And be further retotveJ, Thatno ., ;.And J it ,s ,hereby fhe olabl ,was large, I heavy, round table, .' .
twentieth hundredand -
toT] May, eighteen &IdtCrm'pftwo'years. tbo and significantand.
; _
be :cnapter
which dozen
interested in ait ten or a persons might "
person as patentee; .any Whereas' a v Supplementary -Commercial that,in case of such'Dotlce, ; *
twenty six, entitled uAn act to appropriate mutually agreed emphatic were given at .many verses
ail -these' raps.
lands for the support of schools ,in 1ertii n: way, direct .or indirect in Jife preservers, Convention between",the United. .States .ot. tbis-eonventibivaBd all the provisions there- [ ted'at dinner.. During .move-. and at ver ea8, U, 19,,34, most' vehement
townships aDd fractional town-hips not life boats or any'other article'rfq ird? for America and His Majesty the' King .of the fnwclI Q tbe.eaidtreaty; of 19th -January $ no person touchJthe, table aor was rapsicregiven.: By lUkffL'at thee'versesyou
near"it.: if raised in
before provided for.". steamers .by.tbe' .law of A gust thirtieth, Netherlands,"was concluded,and.signed by ,"1839, and the provisions thereof, s&al mannrr o'ne- above, mentioned After seeing I had, the cu- 'will appreciate the significaney arid,ther,

.ApprCJed.11ardl,3. 1853. eighteen hundred and fifty two, aforesaid their Plenipotentiaries! in this'cityoo.be at the e d'of :Ihe! saj.'bvelve'.months. .al- ; intelligence of this emphatic demonstration--

( shall be deemed competent to bold' (the twenty sixth day of August l last,:wbich Supplementary together'cease'an'd determine.! itj totcst.its weighiby raising 41.place tinyselLccordiiigIy.Wokpy The'manifestation purported to:.come ,frbn i1
office of inspector or'to discharge the duties Convention i8v rd, for' word, : 'J' A&Tlc.r\VII., f. arid my Calhoun; who bad previously invited.niHthree ;; 1J;
AN ACT JwUiAristng the Governor of the Territory thereof. follows convention-shall; be 'ratifiedand h4ls'undertha1eaf: exerteJ AS much, ,
New Mexico of as :- The present J of in that gentlemen to,be preseat.a particalarboiuv
f to call extra session force lilttlngpos-
so March at, as was capable
Approved, 3, 1853. Tho States 'of' 'America and His hall exchanged '
the, Legislative said Jnited ,the.ratifications : from .
Assembly Territwy ure, aad ,could not raiS it a'particle --' jJn
ahonld toe same be deemed. necessary and ex I MajeS1 the King' the'Netherlands ds; beingdtsirou's \Vashin2loii within six.months' .of" 4ts.br '. -date-- floor rj.then'stood upin"the best possi- .reflecting'on the preceding maaifesUptibos -
thf ,
pedient A JlESOttJTlOX for the Relief of the Span Lib of placing the commerce of the* two sooner,'if"possible. ,, bI i l5ition to exertthe greate forceiookhdld : one'canoo'bu.l- marvel the powerby
'- Consul and other subjects of Spain residing at' countries on footing! of greater "mutualequaliiy Jh witness wliereof.the trespectife plet3i'potCntiaiesba which arfmadt.aadtbeuateI1hy
Re it enacted by the Senate and}House tf of the leaf, and:still couI4not ra-se it .they
New Orleans and at
subjects residiug
Spain and
have appointed, as their plenipotentiaries : \ signeitthsaine/ which that ie' directed.. And d.would.seeinimpoiiblefor'Oni .
Representatives of'UieUnitcd Stain of Amer- Key:West, br.indemnity for losses occasioned ? 'witl1 ll th"strenglh'rcoiufd.aj'ply': I.then power
tea tnCongreit assembled. That the Goveinor .in the Jear.elght.Mn hundred and fifty one.' ,for. that purpose :. bat is to gay,: affixed thereto the seals of.their arms.Washin"tou.this requested the three ladies to k.SWIJ around : : to doubt the*

of the f New M exico 'should"he the President of the United States of America, Dun,' n dopiicateJaUhe' CItjnoI od. to lift it source of ;Intelligence.,,.If,. however,
Territory t> Resolved by the Senate and Howe tf &porimJtativuofrhl' : 'in'the the toble. try altogethe'r !
Daniel Webster at Jiute.,of, the' [ sixth, day, l'-Aogust, the mind of
deed the same necessryand expedient bead ? United Sta.tes'ot.Ariamca: Secretary. twenty f ,WeJifted..!uponit,until >;the ileat'and lop doubt hogiditilt remain'.on: any
United Stales;and.!I j, lajest < be'Kint' of /of -out, ibrdione(:'honcand,: ..eghFSlTESTAi one acquiinted' with similar 'maBifestaliona, \
be hereby aDtb rited and empoweredto in Congress a iscmbled,:'That the President of year : e'W ck\:and did not raise jila.arltle. -
call one extra session of the Legislative the United States be, ands hereby requested I Netherlands, Francois Mathieu WVnces- bUIIJred. 'aDd filly,' }'DANlEi1VEBSTR.wJ.ro : ";) I'then., e'sTste ,, .lea'firic.we should that doubt must entirely dispelled br"th. .

AweaUyuf,''Territory not to exceed tocauii investigation to be made of any las Karon Testa,-Commander of the. Royal .or ; 'txu..] f b ireakiLe'taHe riJJUien said,."\\'ill the*pirts'permit aMount-iof'ths. ,niaiulestaxion. ;,:which. fol-'' .
Grapd Ducal. .Order_. .of 1heCrQWnOfOaLcO. ,. ine table ?w. ll k' I low. .;:, .. "' '- Q. II
JU1Wl days 4n-', Any thing to thewnirary losses that may shave been sustained by the : ; Vraisejnt, *
.__ . ol the urueroithe 'S Calboonrs appointment-
a. Luxembourg, Knigut Jioyai waspresentT.by
wnicn De Consul of and other 'residing.t'NewOnleanscrat bold aloneand raised JitViin6ut! uVflicuhy.After .
; Spain
notwithstanding may 'persons': ,
coBtainedinthe ; Lion of theNetherlaEida: ; and ,of the S' ., : f ,. l'teL.&L:3 I thw th..follo..rn ,couversation en- _i the MiHeaj' and,their mother. .W."
roved S '
september .
act a Key West in'tbe'year
Grand DucaI.Order.t.of.tbe White Falcon, And ..whereas,jie1said c'onverrtiO9iUkeen i seated the table heselGlorw.1OUr
at )A*
ninth entitled i > sped -
eighteen hundred and fifty hundred and 'oieand who attbmewre
p.nilthercspectiCratiflcationk0the ;
fifty :
third class Connsellos of lgation'and; His daly" atifiedCon bbtI"pars" d.&nn5. ; t*
"An act BroposiDg 'to the State of Texas '.subjects :of the- Queen'of ; ,acne'weri x.. : : l., Can jou i raise ibe. .table entirely hands restiogjxypoa j4 M-j '
"itsiabfishmeht at Ler BOrthern and wei- Spain, by the violence individuals"arising )1 je6ty' Charge 4'Afiaires to the Government who .;.tbe't.e tiiif b Jr[rom'thefloor1, X Yes.w ,' .. rected to jmt paper and pe> aj D,tit "".
%'ij'uhiOton, II
-America ;
= e 1.&e.tscrn
of the United.States \ hsngcJt Iplacedseveral she8is tiL'ia'r
-bonudarles iahm tDeztliDq nt by out -intelligence recently : each other iEvUETT,< '
after : eornmonicated to fnstaut4 byEDwAtD Sect :'
all territory claimed by her exterior 'those places-, of :the" execution' of ''..certainpetsonsat having and : g rnejhesquar.tabte.-: t r." J"J iti
wwdlK waaTieand"of all, her, claims I liavanaiiCubbytbe Spa ieh( ibeir resP c powers, fonnd. in, joo&; Stae.5f! the} la.ied.! ''of HIS blaJe t ., ff Ttte s uar ttobJt was orcJiernywitbJoUrIegIargeszEtea : Uari,Un .'lpajSe yws :
.. lIeu Coreul."GCneral .
due form, bAfe agreed bat lor.Andfelai IlEJUUB:;' .11 ; :
e.TJnhed and. to" 'estahfish.New.Mexicoi"a authorities of that Isk'nd, and. that'sucb ; t "the'P pited f tables {Itvras brought ,!
iaics,- of the ifirttandL6econd; >rticlespf; Ie.treaty the King ofhC.N th r1 n4iQn ..d""b'r.o..I'rI..:.. rouiii'.oriel the C il an4tablC1 aI jLr1il"t 'l. .
a uutoiI : ascertained that time an IIt
cveriztni l tosses to oi.a at iijrntn.enL put
; per nd liwi'fign5d at vyasbipgJOB uba tart 4hCiiPCCtiv :. iN psaL..M I.
of commelce ;; Stales, l us M
-rv1 d& Stud.extra-ioo' sUnot.becie subjects uafore.id/ on!\tthecthificetefthe ; '*n HieM9tbfofJanuary na7J 1839be- ', 1i k' !;' .!> [eav es'ieuig fieJItOoktny'Rat; critic'I I: 4"if a.4i 1
> three'lladiesa itth I JJ
dUmgtb iitiig of any gu1r1eiion1Watiuj i Secretary;of;Stte thatthe' iie'ire'pronn : tinir e.fo!J-, 1'tberefore.: it o.th 'l'tU e febElM 1IItr.t
:lween.the !lfighyc nm Arties! ,.4U end itheir hands liapow.iUThis ..f arJeeU.J..1IIe$
tWaetioft'.bf jb1'eaidenttogether : the and S.MW resting
4id'rOVIJeJt to the .Pr idep't cL
.si8 LtAltD'FILCMOR -. -.
.aenib)7. shafllrt
) lz
Utateji I .
e-ithui'1 )
lal'fi!"t A* ;'rftasohable "61 itit) 1oing&rticles! ,. -:.*.!.? > taQ8ecl'th": of fcb'urse, added.Lt"the ..weigbtjUif'braisedT :
,with' 5
.1.1 .,;iaid zt-a 1L fl t'be1 fcpste: : ja? *'r.w ? United ateVbf Amebave a aitt IU.t on the da wer"Again
-aM tOAdded 1, jnyestiatioushall i be'paid to thbse entitle ''i.t, '.t' 'io..tUe; :namely ife/'fiwnwergVi *nte: :
!prioi1O'1..e firl5t'Mo. .r" 1' 11ion'to, be'madejpablie, li'li sound of :
I'.L' d' r iafd, os fable the pencil on 'IapeT.Die
', of the
an 'menua" : of the table. legs .
.. ... ',1. iJb... ..! ftdie4',44. .D, ,i lift..t".A ; oat t&apppri&ted.jkny'tooaey Sn'the jrreasnrjr'not;,II t>iteriApprored .1".,1 drisin::1UVUfn'may';be.- imported\Jgto,- or exported. end that the same obterved'.wid and every clause&'.wd lolfilltdwith ar., weight wen, then raised About Two six inches from ,till, ;-directed, ta look' at U1' ,p y.rl do- ..

PlbT : .L' ; raae froratht ports ci the.Unitedgliies_ ,,'from tide thereof may -
-"l 4 &j3; March 3, 1853.. .

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4 covered pencil, tnaik on,.each aid* o! the 11' '"-')IklUF1.rldaCoayUoa.! ; ": %.Th. Judicial klettlon in,Florida. Xj% Proceeding, :Tewa; Council.dm ffnattb*Soperiateafcat'pteewe' ,
outer sheet but no writing: ,.Then wa received 1 .lLJ IJufA II LlttLcKQvtI4i & ; '; \";;;.;',' ,, '', i, "j- '*'- vv*.-,.,? ,-,4i,-. ,' j',, 0jB'v 1 **." f -, on or before the .
:of Editor ,tht ,* y' ",' ., Arul.oStf.e
. the following communication : < By the western mail Tuesday, We bareitit jtf Republican:*:rilp! o OotracnCaAJOxaJone7,1853.Council : ,: ona
i lr
The power w uol enough to,write a sen- 1 ; ; : fioridian containing the fall proceedings ;:Sxi : We ,shall soon BV: ailed,::upon, at .' net;thia day' ,at the usual hoar. and .

l; i.-- 4 tence. This; will show you,that I eon write. of the 'R ,;Convention assembled: the period fixed .r in;the(approaching fall-by :. Present i. Hon Isaac,Swarf, Inttndant} Ordered,'That the,President contract-for>

If you meet on Friday,' "precisely at seven, Thursday, June 16,:1853.Mr. Tallahassee! .last Monday ek., We;'are the amended' Constitution;:,fo"exercise;: : M lsrs.Bo. ,.J.," Clark, :Oak. 'Word and the delivery at'Jackooavifie, by the,first day
I will write short eentence.-lo.\. Col- of September, of such quantities of corn
Aoun.** .. GRISWOLD'S 'CONCERT.-We were not able! to.publish them, as we'!,should like popular srigen'chOke, ; of }judicial offi Williams, Councflmen. and provisions as the Sflperintendant, bar

.re. We met pursuant to appointment-took deprived of the pleasure ofbcing onthis'oceuion'but to-do, in the present number. ,Ex-governor er .'for,this State.. 'rp 'cei'flnhat the sub 'The,Minutes of the last regular and special designate, and for the regular' sopply.tierv may

., our esat: the table,"oar bands and, arms learn from others present who attended W.. D."MOSXUCT: was chosen President, and ject has been opened i in the columns: of the meetings were, :.read and,app nd,. after,of such quantities of the :said I

resting oiTit as usual. 'I 'placed the paper W. E.'M. COUSINS, R.:J. MATS,"Jossr FIN Tallahassee Sentinel, by a correspondent The Magazine committee submitted their as may b required for the use of .
with silver-cased pencil on the drawer, that the :pieces of music presentedwere which That the President purchase
and Ordinance
IDT Report an ,
LATSON,'EDWARD HOUSTON, and, A.,:J.FORI-. who posses a well;.merited encomium upon .* (1 'delivered at a
and Raid: : very satisfactorily executed, ,both,,.on were adopted, as follows : Jabr oi
'MMy friend I wish the sentence to be 10 the part of Mr.,Griswold and Mr. Ochus. MAN, Secretaries' (as' stated" in.,0.the,_report, several' incumbents,:of' ,the Bench of'oar-, The Committee appointed for the purposeof before the frt day o& axes.o

your own band writing go that your friends though we should, ,think: erroneously, as State. He Bat does justice to the high character Powder for the spades, ; and all sueheaan
building a Magazine
The audience
was not large partly owingto
will recfgnwe the writing.,if:'!" He replied "You will the absence of many at St. Augustinecourt some were- ,more,likely. "Vice,Presidents.) 'of, two of' those upon whom the judicial Town of Jacksonville very respectfully beg equip and. utensils.as My,be ap

know said well R.:B. Hilton and F. s.arfow were present ,robes still rest, in the, following :words: leave to report: i. That as soon as the
He then : though those present were capabla theidustructions Odne route the
"Hare your,minds on the spirit of John C. of appreciating a good musical perform- as delegates from Savannaht and Gen. MI would' also give my tumble tribute of they,That have;in caused conformity to be with erected on Market located,the o .

Calhoun." Black ar, of Thomas:county, represented praise to Associate Justices, Semmts and it intersected the third dint take immediate steps to secure the right '
'where Is
I soon heard a rapid movement of the pen ance. _ _ the Brunswick and Florida Railroad Com Thompson-the latter :a, lawyer of extensive street, of by brick of way through a private
street North Episcopal Church a Jd..0UWb
cilon \he'paper, and rustling, : of the paper SSfTbt Circuit Court of this County'adjourned acquirements, the result of highly) creditable about the Road may pass ; and
paD)". Hon. E. C. Cabell'was present and habits of the former, dialec- building, twelve feet square eight'feet t
together with a movement of the drawer. of, hst week after: study ;: a any,proprietor refusng'to ceda'
Wednesday roof and iron same
on ; in the clear with' a tin
high ,
wasihen directed to look under the drawer. participated, among others. Various resolutions titian, fitted by the native cast of ,his' intel- that report Det meeting the
., I looked, and found my pencil outside of the an unusually long cession. The amount and offered were'r to a committee, lect for the profession in which he holds a door-having a tight floor and being lathed in the Board. t
i>.J' drawer, near my feet, but found no paperon nature of the business before tbe'CourtstoodtbuI who reported at length their views, with re- distinguished,place." '\' and opinion plastered of the inside committee- building in way Ordered, That a farther assessment of -
the drawer whcie 1 placed it. On raising Without derogate iota from cent on the stock of the 2
: solutions. In the latter' the committee expreSs meaning to an I adapted to the"purpose for which ,it is in- per Compy'
up the drawer, I discovered' the paper all under Criminal cases,26: 15 eases tried; 6 Recog the compliment bestowed:on,Jndge! .Semmes tended.In mae payable on the 15th day, Aup
opinion patting into effect like
it. The sheets were a little derangeJ, assessment of 20 cent-
nizances. 39 cases on trial docket: 13 I desire in this portion of the Slate also to the erection of the above-named build per pyl
andon, examining I found on the outside the Pensacola and Georgia,charter, ''Upon a on the let day of
but Noveb
sheet these words: judgments; 20 dismissed ; continued on route "modified as"the-Convention suggests'* folly endorse what has,been advanced in behalf ing the great imperfection economy has of some been of the; bills owingto theFflYIfP M. Lwn Esq.: a toriy

"Jin walk you ih7I /." affidavit 2; by consent 4 ; 4 certiorari and bv an eastern terminus "onthe State line of the Hon. Leslie A. Thompson. ....-_...... -ar.*- nnahl-..--..... fl.tnrf--....->--nL, to-- -state,-,- the,-- the in .Charleston,' G

afterward showed the "sentence"to General appeal docket, all disposed of. 18 chancery est of "the.Alapaha river1'"in Hamilton There is no annunciation upon the part exact cost bat it will not be far from one same Wm. if.Ross to in the Alligator order of,and the dept te

James Hamilton, former Governor ot docket; 6 decrees. 1 chanbery case from of,any gentleman, of himself,'as a candidate hundred and ninety dollars- which amount subject .
will the ends the a of these
accomplish of,.
South Carolina, General Waddy Thompson, Nassea decree. 56 cases county, : for at'the will not, the committee think, appear large copy proceedings
the Bench famished
be the
i ; appearance place to
former Minister to Mexico, General Robert Central, Atlantic, and Gulf Railroad charter, upon approaching when the present high prices of labor, and papers,

B. Campbell,late Consul l at Havana, together docket: 5 judgments. as far as'it may progress eastward through ',election ; most probably, in ,the! materials are considered.In with a request GEO.thatthey'W., publish the same.'

with other intimate friends of Calhoun, By the proceedings of the meeting of Middle Florida." ease-,of Judge Thompson, there will not be. concluding their report, the Committee CAL Secretary.

'and also to one of his sons, all of whom are Bat I'mast'express the hope that he will be beg leave to report the following Ordinance, Memphis
Plank Road Directors, it will be seen that It is also- C-uclaCToaUo.
well with his handwriting as and recommend its
'' as acquainted passage. .
their own, and they all pronounced it to be they enter upon the work with a will to do Resolved, That it is urloer proposedthat equally slow in announcing himself' no candidate J., H. H.BOURS, CfozrVn. : C.1 June o,A. H.-

a perfect fac'simile of the handwriting of efficiently; and we learn too that the wayis the Road shall be opento; connection I ; for I desire to see his eminent qualifications OEDINAKCE. The memphis Convention met
John C. Calhoun. for in the with other railroads from any point 'iu East rewarded by elevation: bythe people Be it'ordained by the ,Town Council of the yesterday, and was organized by the election'

General Hamilton stated a fact, in con nex- being provided very prompt and South Florida." to the of Chief Justice of the Town Df JackJonrilli,That any person or persons of Hon. WILLIAM C. DAWSOK of Georgia,
in which of position within the limits of said Town
the first instalments ,
manner corporate President with
ion with this writing, of great significance. The Convention also pledged itself-to use Supreme Court.. He is the senior Associate who shall at anytime store or keep ia hi*, her, twenty, Vc Pridet
lie says that Calhnnn was in the habit of stock are being paid up. While those detailed its best exertions to induce fee people of the or their house,warehouse or store,or on or about One thousand delegates pmt repre
writing 'TnT1 for "I am" and that he had for that service have been ptuAt'ngkl Judge of that tribunal at the present time, his,her or their premises,over twenty-five pounds senting fifteen States. Notinr, h eer,
numerous letters from him: where the abbreviation Middle to subscribe the ${00,000 proposedby and if be bad succeeded'to the Chief Judgeship of GrarowDxa, shall be fined not exceeding of importance has been
the Board have deemed it not amissto 1sd
is thus tired. survey, the peoplex Savannai. This will, as Twenty Dollars, or be imprisoned five days, at the appointment of b10
push the a little.t6r"We upon the ,resignation of Judge :Anderson the discretion of the Intendant ; one half ot aQ
Mrs. General Macomb has: stated the same surveyors the committee state, be s majority of the I have doubt would have done such fines to be paid to the informer, and tip ,
no so .
fact to me. She says that her husband, the other halite the town treasury. Cl Jane 8 P. M. .
late Gen. Macomb, has shown to her Cal- are indebted to Senator Morton $1,500,000 provided for in the charter as the with the approving response of the public And be further Ordained That when any .A dispatch 1epbi the 8t\ '

honn's letters to him, where this abbreviation for a copy of the Congressional Globe and full capital stock-but it will probably take feeling. person or'persons shall Gunpowder, it states that the rmbJed thumorning. ;
the close of the first sessionof shall be his, her ortheirdu(1"t( convey the same Resolutions were offered in favor
"I'm" was used for "I am, and spoke Appendix to another million added to construct, the Road, concession the merits and' Fowdtr
With every to to the Magazine immediately and to
of it as peculiarity. of. Calhoun... the thirty second Congress, a copy of the as "modified," and more than the $800,000 report it to the Town Marshal,who thddepceite a to the Pacific, and recommending -'
Qualifications of other distinguished i 'eentle-
-- . grant lands for its
How significant then, does mis laci oe- it therein eivinff a reeeint mecifrinz the number Cong t Cns
j U. S. Patent Office and -
Report, parts one would nave to oe tasei to Keep me Koad io individually of ; the marks, to the t
come ? We have not only the most unequivocal men, we who are soen be called upon kegs or packages and commit reported
testimony to the handwriting itself; and two of the last annual message and accompanying within the "control"'of the State. and collectively to manifest our person or persons from whom he received it. in favor of deepening the channel at the.
; And be further Ordained, That it shall be
but, lest any skeptic should suggest the possibility documents._ We cannot but think, however, from the : preference in this matter, cannot at the polls the duty of the Town :Marshal to receive and mouth of the Mississippi River and imprve
of an intimation or a counterfeit,this 'J language of the resolrtions and and store in the Powder Magazine all powder delivered ment of the barbr of Charleston Savannah -
abbreviation, peculiar to himself,and known Arthur' Home Magazine report, make a division of',that preference, but must to him for that purpose and to deliver the ad Richmond. A divisionwas
the repeated,asseverations! of the Floridianand 'for same when called for,charging for storage thereon called for 'which
onlv to his most intimate friends and which concentrate upon some one each of the was negatived, and
imitator counterfeiter could know is We should last week have acknowledged Journal, that it is contemplated by the as follows,viz s the resolutions adopted. Resolutions were
no or District and State stations.It .
respective judicial For kegs of 25 Ib, 61 eta. per week.
introduced by way of putting, such a-suggestion the receipt of the first number of a new Middle in good lath to make the proposed is in view of. this, fact that I would respectfully Forlktgsofl2lb, 3| also .ofr in favor of a general system of

to flight forever. '. Magazine bearing the above title. It had work ultimately available to the Eastern' For!kegs ofejlb, 2 I "_ establishing a Bureaux
This "sentence" is perfectly characteristicof urge upon my fellow citizens of All other proportion.And of Statistics for' the and. Western
into it fell bs Suther
scarce come our possession ere into
connection and in the action"
Calhoun. It contains his terseness of glorious the East, to whom Judge Thompson's high the be allowed 5 per cent Stat after which Convntio
the hands of a lady litteraire, upon whom we on all m01whieh he may receive for storageas a
which Tallahassee in .
and his condensation of It is our cotemporary sees '
style thought. abilities are,well known, a 'union of preference abo" paying the balance into the town
a text from'which volumes might be written. ., shall devolve in return for the loan, a due tnotice" Convention proceedings, we hope at treasury. '
him for much demanding
It proves'- : of contents. If we could get the Magazines l least to realize the fall fruition of all his upon a position so The Petition J. L. Hogarth and others; MKXFHXS, Jane 8.

I. The immortality of the soul. received by us "reviewed" on such high acquirements as that of.Chief praying such '|an amendment of Section 6 I The Committee have reported resolutionsin

2. The power of spirits to revisit the promises. Justice of the State. of Town'Ordinanc'will permit the favor of direct Trade, and the Pacific Rail.

earth. terms, we should at once close the bargain The report of the committee was adopted. For the District Judge of our own District, vending of and bre road by a route passing through a tp-
3. Their ability to communicate! with -thereby relieving ourself of one item of : on the Sabbath1 presented and ate climate and one that will be
A Great Brent In the World. and the Associate Judges 'of the Supreme wa rea sible to of the Uniion.
relatives and friends. our routine, and conferring an enhanced benefit and lid on-the ,. a parts They faY

4. The identity of the spirit to all etern upon the publishers who thus rememberus. k civil war is hotly-raging in China-a Court, I shall be equally decided in exercising of Councilman Ward, Section the Tehaantepc rout from Southern ports.
myChoice and when 14 of Town Ordinances was amended : Congress has also been
ity. yielding 'my
The of ,T. S. Arthur of thousand revolutionists s a '
reputation and body fifty so '
adopted relative to the free of
How one's soul expands 'with these sub the which well to read : ,
day comes
lime conceptions. How resistless is this be high stand of his long established Home threatening the celestial Emperor's dethronement upon as judgingand SEC. 14., Be it ordained by'the- 'authority the Sooth Americn rivers. These resolutions

.. testimony of their truth. How surprising : Gazelle, warrant us believing the Maga as .to have caused him, ,as accountsto discriminating citizens, we are called aforesaid, That every 'slave, free negro or were adopted unanimously.John Bell.

that men can doubt when this flood oi living zine established under his imprimatur, will a date in April state, to seek the assistanceof upon to render our final decree." mulatto,found in the streets of the Tow will address the Convention Uwmorrow.

light is poured,upon them by spirits who, in be found admirably sustain both.. the English, French and' American war A CITIZEN. or THE: EAST.J5STbe Jacksonville, or in yards, kitchens or other .The Convention adjourned ttne die, on the
the language rjf Webster, "revel in the glory places, not being the residence of said slave, 10th, to meetagain .Charleston in
of the eterntl1igbt of God." Jacksonville Fire Company. vessels' which have moved to the protection Tlussian editor of the Washington tree negro or mulatto, after bell ringor nine next .. Apr

Very truly, yours. of'the great commercial, centre_of Shanghae Union is,reported,to have retired.I o'clock in the evening, except between' the K

N. TALLMADGE. From notices which we have publishedour and the mouth of the Grand Canal. TheTartar' 20th of Apr and the 20th September, Riot: c.
Mrs. Sarah Helen Whitman, Providence, readers are informed that a, Fire Com- daring time the bell shall be rung at i Q1 ,
R.-L.- __ *- dynasty which now_ occupies the _SEE ,THEE; ,STUX.Iseetheestffl. 9 oclock without, written from his "
| "Niw YoRt Jane
iaay baa ,recently been; organized in this I tnrone' is .. pa. 8.'fi'Q tbl
formidably menaced and the
; as; or her,owner, mater,employer,or guardian, have been .
Railroad-Accident* town. A similar attempt ..wumade about prevailing opinion is the world will ratherbe Remembrance' faithful to her t nut,' stating to and irom what places 'said,:slave! great riot at riv! owing to_ Gavazzi's .

We are indebted to R. R. Cnyler, Esq., two years since, but the organization was of benefitted than injured by the couvulsion, Calls thee in beauty from the dust ;, free neo ,or mulatto is alowe to pass, lectures., 'Gavazzi was rescued from then ,

for a telegraphic despatch received by him short duration-the place being too much there seems to be a disposition on all hands Thou comest in the morning lightThou'rt shall liable to be ten toJ'al by 'the mob by the military. Te mob had summnd-T
from which learn that the in its to furnisE that time town patrol or Marsha or her ed the Parliament werelhreatea-' .
yesterday, we "infancy" at the to. let them fight it out." The protection with me through the gloom1-night; master or a does not a .
passenger car on the Macon & Western numerical material for the An In dreami 1 meet thee as of old; ing vengeance
Road thrown off the track Van reported to been afforded to the points pay the sum of one dollar to the Marshalnext
l. was near last Engine was, however, purchased, and will mentioned have been essential to the Then thy soft arms my neck infold, morning, at or before eight he WCT,Jane 9.
Yalkenberg1\ OQ Tuesday night by may 'clot
And thy sweet voice Is in
probably be now brought into effective shall punish said slave, free following
two and more negro AIE-The
running over cows, was precipitateddown security of foreign commercial interests In of dear
scene ,
I every memory to by whipping not less than ten nor more appointments :
embankment and broken requisition by the me yesry
an pieces. new Company. The
identified with them. 1 see thee still.Iseethcestni. than nine with a cowskin at Solomon Cohen Savannah
One attached train killed stripes ,
person to the was latter paraded as a body in uniform '
on the discretion of ; Robert McKay and Wm. J. McIntosh,
instantly, and five were seriously A Specie or IVar. !
passengers Saturday afternoon last and exercised James W.Smythe Port-Master
On motion of Councilman Boars Sec. ,
hurt. Among the the Hon. afprisr.
passengers was In hallowed token round:
with their to which has been The theme of domestic 29 of Town Ordinances amended by ; P. M. of Columbus
Alexander H. Stephens who was much injured apparatus, ; most public interestat This little ring thy finger bound; w AUjst Forr -
but vat belter yesterday morning. No added a laige quantity of hose, and an ad- this time is a conflict (at present of opinon This lock of hair thy forehead shaded; striking out $4" and inserting $1T( in The Senior editor of the
place thereof, as compensation for the Tax gets a
blame whatever is attached to tbe Company's ditional Engine which was obtained from ) between the Mexican Government and This silken chain by thee was braided. Assessor. chargeship. Gtg

servants.FURTHER PARTICULARS.. M. Horsey, I Charleston for trial in prospect of purchasing certain parties in the :United States, as to a These flowers, all withered now, like thee, Bill of R. H. Lees for lumber, in July,

:. Esq., of Charleston, was on the train at the I it. On this occasion it was used on the claim attempted to be enforced by General Sweet sister, thou didst cull for me. 1852was presented, and laid on the table. SHIPPING LIST. *.

time of the accident, and tore learn from him wharf, as a suction or supply engine. In Lane, Governor of New Mexico, to a certain This_ book. was thine, -here didst thou read; The Intendant nominated G. C. Powers
Tuis: picture-ah yes, here indeed, to the town tax for the PORT OF, .
that than Mr. Stephens was more seriouslyinjured the trial, the old machine turned out to have portion of country adjoining the latelyrun 1 see thee still! which assess nomination was unanimously present yea; .JACNLE
other Mr. S. had a _
any passenger. the best bottom, or wind, we are at a loss boundary between the two Republics, red in.The. D
severe contusion on the head, his left shoulder
was knocked out of joint and his right to say whicb. She certainly outdid her called Mesilla, a smaller plateau or Here I see thee noon's still! Intendant also appointed a Cemetery June 10, Schr A B Terry,Tattle, New Hv
was thy retreat
summer I 11
arm broken. At first Mr. Stevens was insensible Charleston compeer by many "feel" havingthroll' valley"of land thus designated. It is sit Here was my favorite Are- ide seat ; Committee, consisting of Councilmen H. E ", Brig Borneo, Rogers.Boston. t

and it was supposed that be was a stream of water to a height of uated about fifty miles above El Paso on This was thy chamber-here, each;day, W. Clark, J. Clark, and Williams. &brFlorid&XinneyNeTork.Brig Rebecca&FrsneieRodfabBosb.. .
fatally injured but we learn from a tele- There being no further business before
..graphic dispatch; received last evening, that; some hundred and twenty of that measure- the Rio del Norte. Gov. Lane by procla. I sat and watchedthy,sad decay; the Council, it adjourned. Schr JLongfeHow.YouBg.BL

,Jie-was better yesterday afternoon,and there ment. mation asserted it to be ours and called Here on this bed thou at last didst lie; G. C. POWERS, C. C. 13 Schr Minerva Wright, Rogers, .

'Are strong hopes of his recovery. The company made a fine turn out, being upon the officers of the U. S. Military de. Here on this pillow thou didst die. &brGHNashWMSeN.vYoeka ,

There were seventeen passengers, more composed of some of our most ablebodied partment to enforce the claim by possession.The Dark hour! once more its woes unfold- .Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road. Brig Sarah WoWo N r',
less As, then I saw thee pale and cold .
Gl' injured-the ladies (of whom there and useful citizens Brig ZavaUa, Friend, Ne York.
were several on board) suffering most. One -though, with their red- latter, however.declined' for alleged want I tee thee still! At a regular meeting the Board of Directors It Sehr Peerless, Wicks,New York.' ,

lady had both arms broken Savannah I shirt uniforms, appropriate as they were, of authority in Gen. Lane thus to order I see thee still! of the Jacksonville and Alligator Brig Alfred Hammond, Thayer,, N 1.CL11LD. .:

Republics* of the 9 A. looking decidedly' Cubaneerish. The complement them, or themselves thus to proceed. The affair Thou art not in the grate confined Plank Road Comp1' at their office in Jacksonville .

of forty active members, to which the opens a question as to that portion of the Death eannot'ehain the immortal mind; on -Present: Messrs. June S: Montank.COmZLOCk-eWesL- .
rannali Railroad Meeting. ; J. P. Sanderson President of
company is restricted by law, has been filled line between the two Republics, which Commissioner Let earth close o'er its sacred trust, i Charleston, Baker,, of' ; Chae, Douglas, S. Schr President,I Redman,N y.. < '

The meeting of the subscribers to the pro up, and we believe that number was out Bartlett, who, superintended the But goodness dies not in the dnst. Led with and it.waa 9, SEw A Boston-
posed Savannah and Gulf Railroad convened rat Thee, 0 sister 'tis I Fernanez M 11. Kingstosa .-
on parade. U. S. Boundary Commission, contends was my not thee of the 'Com Do s
Exchange Long Room on the 9th, and organized Judging from the trial of the borrowed definitely run according to law and the Beneath the coffin's lid I see; Ordrt se the Road to be 13,Brig Olive Ke1.New,York.JThe
by calling his Hon. R. Wayne, tothe 1'\\Thoatosfalrer1sed&rtgon., surveyed, and permanently located by 'the ,
chair, and appointing A.A., Smells, Sec suction, though we think an engine of that treaty of Gnadaloupe, and which left Me 'There, let me hope my journey done t 15th day of July ; and (if necessary to ensurea Fr of URIAH BOWDEN

retary. description is needed, we should say let silla where it had always been, not as a I see thee still! completion of the,survey,by that time) to sent hi' a a candidate for:the p'

On motion of R. R. Cuyler, Esq., that one be sent home at once. Let us have cut off portion of New Mexico, but of the employ otberaents than those charged with SHERIFF u

'be Resolved, and are, hereby That the appointed following and gentlemen requestedto one that can be applied to house uses, in Mexican State of Chihuahua. "OUier. Refuge-Hare I Hone f* that March.! resolutions of the 16th Obee.. DUY.'COUNT

act as a provisional Board of Directors, case of fire near the wharves, where a sop- By accounts to the 24th May, the Mexican In the Congressional Burial Ground at Washington the do build"the 1853., -
viz.: ply of water could be obtained by hand Governor Trias had occupied ,the territory is a tombstone on which inscribed only 'Orm Tat agency of contractors, and 0_ .
James P. Scrcven, President. Directors, sufficient for the name "ngrfw,"and these :'GEou E STONE presents nil name as,.
two streams. Let us have one defensively by a body of some 700 wonb-"Ot1atT that the President of the Companyitocon-
John \Y. AndersonWm. Duncan H.Robert a candidate for CLERK OF,THE_CIRCUIT-
?, rtfugehatel ftOM! In the
that same POt tract with Thomas Ledwiih General
can a" stream the Mexican repose a
as "big
Henry D. Weed, R. Wayne, Thos. Purse, the remains of others, whose spirits ,their loving Superintendant, who shall be a charged with COURT DT'county, 'the Ob.:
at Dover carries "a ball." The l latest
,F. S. Bartow and John Stoddard. Washingtonis surriTors; tionat the of several
tome near by and others in remote the sole management of the and le fld
Jlesolcetl, That the Board be requested to Dr. WEJTCOTT, after entering upon tht I I that Gen. Garland, of the Army, had been places, trust hare found a "yfgg inheaTen. salary shall be fixed at o wbo dollars !- -April

-perform the following services, viz. : despatched to the .of The heats or ,the 'to commence'' from .
duties of the scene difficulty, with living will be as sore a "re per the dayon
.1. To procure subscriptions Generalship at St Cug '! for the' which the work is Voters TXtarsl CcMty. '.
such "powers" '' memory ot.'the' begun. T
as are only .conjectured I dead, as:is the
2. To superintend the survey of the Road. Augustine, made a "clean sweep," the ncient grave to all that is mortal of the President the I respectfully announce 7 feB-w-eU-.
letter-writers. ine." Ore.ht
Some poor
. 3. To prepare and procure the necessary City informs us, of all the, Whig officers think' it a speck, 011 Other refuge have t for the,purchase and Cm.'er' beDS of Daval Comity;.m. for taeot&eeot -'
charter. in his war; but as there"was: a way, provided, in : none! tion of four to be erected CLERK OFTHEClRCUlTCOURr
Since the portable
Department. office Carve .
has this saw-i.
To collect all I ye on head-stone ,
4. necessary informatioct my ,
the treaty by :which disputes at suitable on to bev deter- of said .
possibly point pledging aysel& elected,to.d5CbZZS /
5. To correspond with the citizens of been in Whig hands, we learn the This"and my poor name alone, Ca& I
.: arising from this very boundary were.'to be mined .by Snperintendant and :to. be: my the best of abQkiea.my2ff.td .
Florida. records &c. have been Angeline.-.pIaI Angeline 'd I
resc ed from chaos j erected and ready for on'or
decided by,an umpire we think the And sawing :, I. ,
Iwou14aottetdi. GUm&
To information the
6. give to public of speck .
and they, too, turned, overmuch, "cleaner" the first day of October'and that for the purpose -- -
the of their work. : ought soon to 'diSappear. To illustrate life,of
progress than when they fell to (the charge of those of this:: resolution into .effect, OoThe most results
carnl' .astonishing
The resolutions were unanimously Neither gbue Death's an
nor garble authorized:
i to
: *. custodiers. As lo the "clean Mr. Edito'Tlle health.of this Town is i .engage some produced by of OILMAN'S
swe Simply
adopted. : p, on the JUflk-WhItZnatM. suitable person to select the and U. ,
'On motion,'the meeting a Jj uraed. we understandthe'.ncept ,had gracefully a subject that concerns, as. all equally., As Writ*.-and should some lone bird warble pay his expenses whilst doing.machinery' DY..I I doing what has never been done be-'

R. WAYNE, Chairman.A. tired from their' posts ,before the Doctor's this is a season' of..the year which: requires The same sadness,in the gray Ordered, That. the President s of the Company fore-changing' Gentlemen1 Hair,Waiskerser ,

"- A. SMKTS &'retar7. taking' the helm," leaving him only to perform more than ;.ordinary ,care and, attention to ,Of the" ghost ereVi pray do procure fifty.labrr to be landed Mustache from red,:.h&o frialei p I*"
That drive it Jacksonville permanent JXT wa nojured. -':
ye not first i
'. delightful task;of picking'irozz cleanliness about the streets and premises of away; ; day'of bUa
4 f The Foreign IVewg. I Bat permit ita'muo' main October, to beempboyeilin grading, .
<. l'o.
.. : among the anxious '.expectants., individuals, it is.hoped'that this subject t will Utterance for the'dead- cold etone:. and miscellaneous work on the, ditcung: Z...D.Gl ,Sol*' lste1tlt.*

Remarking the on the political news brought, Mr. TCXKO of Charleston interest every individual, concerned. It is II Other.reftyre have, ,I D U'tn'. the general direction'of the:Sopeiintendant Wat. ,by DrI4*, and Hair-
>y steamer Canada, the New York as we learn I and that .
no doubt unpleasant to\\"D' to carrythisresolutioi
to the into effect -
Herald says-"The Turkish question. and from"the, report ,made 'to.. the' ":Tallahassee i i authoritiesto "Angtline; !", No other name, the sum,of five hundred dollars be Du'rhe '-
: interfere with placed L -
the Chinese rebellion absorb all other theprivat! yards of families ,. rThcosanda \

ques Convention that A ,JDIlc&aDtecedenttame" subject the 1 ,,
states partiesJD the former to order of the > "
lionS. It appears that the Porte bad thrown bat (If_necessary such inspection should be ,Style nor title do I claim ," ;"\" OrrferedjThat the .. ,-/.:' -
himself in the Lands of the French and En city were 'about establishing a line of,steam had L jfthein.- "', h'C : Maid matron j '. Supritenldo hire ef Parent*whe we Vermiflsge eoy*
ciJ"wbo'r.e or ;widow number of
a '
dish, :and ,that the Russian Envoy bad! re erf, from Charleston' the, ull"poiti.of of r ,bride- ; any ,,other posed ef Castor &. are mo* $****' .
ex,officlo the of Of what lineage,how forty; la be 0 Ce
tired. The result of this important movement Florida. ,, Board Health; have bad allied 1 eploye u'uemenmU hands, .that.while. benettthepattojj.-
4 will le looked for,with the most In -, this, subject.:before'them from an'early Tell not to my shamB or prld .' and lea : : to are aetoaUy laying the foundations for nenssjr '
FROM New Hurrsmu.-The Democrat rrodtandbave pe Green the br&Dc1I/01"Poi J\1 l 'd. :' commence :work on o before, the.first : diseases, inch at-,salivation' iatt",D JfhV.wesA ,'.
t ne. interest. The Chinese rebellioifj and guarded against, the .&li inlro.ductfonjof It of .y, neotUk '- ">
the' part the! United i States'are. tikelyto'play: !Je Contention' fN Hampshire, assembled t tthe ; contagion'sjdisease frabroa d'1 Comes must fall-white death j a ghost, .: ,',,. : S tembet., atf e win tribnad&- tdTei't'tmeat

in the a/lair/ begins. ,to,exeit* fears of American on JOth'pomJ; at tMr. Burke, forGovernor. itremains.nowVhhthoinhabitants Givcs'nIate la spriu i and antomnfr' ,. S' authorized,-to,: the-. .Saperi. tent b II I the ob' Medicine,& to ;"
to for
preponderance China. The London >. : see : r,fateiCod's employ o a c1 Lh*
] a well
; t '
1. 7b! *< ,i& [Jn.a deep-interest our welfare:, Resolutions, .r fromtJEdinuad Burke l !batno'diseiitisgenerated: :among, them design' consummate; : such under overseers as he may::-reqairek; & I and all disorders arising from wot*,,

warm n,. of fhv fil' of Rome TheM scraps censuring 00014' of President Pierce'sappoint- troll)}tbevani: '::tcf-cleanjy ;habits! .''eidiabO r DE"', rIy.dItif1 --',. .'... .QrdcredTiiat times as be.may; jteed.' tbeir services, CmJt type,yw I m..o 1 Il'geuuhe *.1 ,:
of hive A ,eul attraetlvenesis, and inruts, wera Introduced and caused treat b t ofi : ', ;50 !ta o th1D1 Ibow : the Superintendant contract L Mediatae1-Hobu d
flttrs1 ex* Liheiryeiii : bii. io ';, i;; ,;;: ::. for fp-Bsno- ,
and elie when." "' titetrie t ,"., .,1: ,, ,.. H'<;J" -' .' -' ',' ., .' Save'u& bere .lam 1 ... te delivery at'Jacksonyifleon "b1aW.
1004 *4(40licrj( jior in the C, D, qtio" "; ,", 1W1oDe' : 'beo v.ItT..ol
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B U'SJ'N.ESS CA'RDS. JackHonYflle Prices Current WASHINGTON. P"" N" I 'r'No ..-. ....=.._ -_._",-" ..,- .

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LEGAL. Correetwetk1r1orkeUejUb1jCILbF.WAVER&t ." f .., ;" .. .
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._ GEO. \Y., GALL, . T1AYiijfljyffGold. : W .&t R& ...,. /'/'G'. ./ t #; "":, .,.t. .' .. ..:,

O1.l! aaoJACKSONVILLE ". ;; "* : ttE T iet t'fhr rm'he : < "" ,j I-
BACON : Dazu.mJ.w &cUoarille. Fn Ceanpaiir* :
Hams a aDd that t
FLA! Shoulders perlb 1b 16 .:FunoQ. or ,au taken the eornerstoreJro4 0IIItb'7.. ,|7UeX.To**. ".: N./
11 '
Sides,.?. per a and C4flTALo,0.i : : N.IIf
peril : Silver
JaiI1Jaa..el 12Ja WatcheS Byrne's Building .
BEEF, Fulton Jewelry : 0..PW&avxg "
W. Bryant Market bbls 12 where he EI..Excuaizao : .
and 7"i-
Silver Ware to meet
with for'theeaimlF .
_ ATTOIKIT awn CoUXIELLOa-.1T.aw, BREADNaTy, per Ib he patronan Pu. Secretary, ... a.,
Pilot, Ib at retan at JD1Ich less will alwayike.p for lI&1e
O'5.1CDIl1 m.p1UlIlCD. per GiCl .8 than the uri&1 price. i SSS reduced : Hhthe Graalt .
BUTTER. prices saab only.' F laiwxaaee -mt -- : ;,
.. : ,
Sanderson Goshen prime, Ib 28 JURGENSEN WATCHES =ieo every.yly,and Groceries of cPT"Ue .
P. '
J per a Iii Real and i ; -... : .
BRICKS, 1st quality, 8 Ja1ea! r l2LWattfc,melTed store.Maje9 every. .N'- CAPITAL $200,000.
ATTORKET AJfD COCKStLM>H'AT aw..00SlCDDu:3C perm a 9 ? fcr n licle kept la a eonatigr. < >
2d 'with .
cIi. do perm rtifieatefrom him with each : : ,J. M.CLEDLAND., Wb Dzv& APOTHECARY'HAtti:
Jl If CANDLES,Sperm, per 1b 40 a 44 Watch,warranted perfect time-keepers O-O'Pw' a, ,Sec*.
: 17.1850.
.J..uoariII..Juy Adamantine. 11 23 COOPER Knickerbocker. Fir and T-Depeery. .
per a Sn WATCHES, Groceries and Provisions.4t IMe
..J'AlIES 29. BAKER Tallow, rib 8 e.JT. _
CI 10 Duplex and Lovers ,, T.
ATTOXXIT AT LAW CHEESE. Pine Apple, per Ib 18J CI ees Perf'Ci time-keepen., iD Banting.and MaiI c. 3 ,'Bbls 17 Hf Gen Bbls_do Flour; .-* CAPITAL tiayMfcF .. 3, Dr. BjrrBV Hew BcdUtesjr...JTacitoa ..
Northern do _
1C. .
Ib 10k dl TU1e
Jgfgator, Colombia Co., East Florida. COFFEE Rio,prime. per per Ib CI CI 11 INDEPENDENT SECOND, 28 Bbls Baltimote Flour; Cius.Ca ei't4 ,D.Mo*.SeeV..
.. WHIT SMITH Java, pertb ii CI hand Quarter Second Watches .for timing 900 Lbs. Bacon Sides < ": I ianJ % LarrnleetedaasntiMntaf > .
FISH, Mackerel No.1, bbl 7 75 ,in gold and silver cams" COO .,Leaf Lard; I propertyagait 1' d: w.DRUGS '
ATTORNIT AT LAW, No.2 t 660 CunONO1ETEnS.Splendid 400 H Choice 1Ia lgltC.o A nbl. .
bbl other &n &f and CHEMICALS
Columbia Co. East Florida. HhdPR .'
JUKgator, FLOUR Canal 6 00 : Sugar; company.
Baltimore- perbblperbbl 6 25 GOld Pocket Chronometers;whichrun 2 Hf Bbls F if Beef; andpelicieajy Apl just received: by late arrivals warranted fresh aaA
HOPKINS & DItA II Aft! GRAIN Corn, 90 without any variation. ., ,iO Small Bags Table Salt' A. enaine. Also, PERFUMEJfY COMB&
Attorney at Law, GUNPOWDER perbusb a 100 EIGHT DAY WATCHES. 2 Ebb Molasses; AgnJ 'VILB BRUSHEs SOAP*, LAJtfPB.lSlJRNlNQ
OFFICE at PALATKJL E. Fla. LARD per keg 450 14 a 550 Watches which run eight days. 6 Boxes No 1 Soap; Con st.BT FLUID". AL wkici will toidd low r.cuh.
-IPILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Biuinentn per lh a 15 250 The Codfish2 ;- Chrt .Oak UA .
d to their will be promptly tended MOLASSES O., per ga 40 a 50 EVAMEL WATCHES, Bbb Coffee Sugar IRnU'I.tee"CpT' Countr orders WioiWM4 U7" attended
e.February 19.185-tf SYRUP. Florida, per gal 45 a 50 for Ladies some in hunting cases.' 1 do Alcohol; CAPITAL- Dar.Ct to. .Ph1lie1aa"NCrIptI JI .
OIL, Sperm, call 123Lanseed $230,000,with a n. lua. careud "WIt
per 1 doa lIb lr
-OSSIAN B. HART; ; per nl 1 12 k DIAMOND WATCHES, IBM Pulverised cans Tobacco domed by the E '

ATTORNEY AT LAW, PORK, N.Y.Mess, per >bl2000 for Ladies, some?n magic cases. ,1 do Pickles: Sugar' '; ALV&ED& Pres't;Jg.C.W4E: See'y. .SODA WATER AND SYRUPS

KEY WEST, FLA., PORTER, London per doz 260 MAGIC WATCHES, 8 Boxes Baker's Candles. HL. M. D., for. of my own m.enfactuto,fa|their highest state$T

Fraction in the United States and State Conrti RAISINS per box 300 which change into three different watches. ..S do Starch; T1Ln1h. *5 s perfection, .la their MSMCV to b* .had.at '
of the Southern District of Florida. BRANDY WHISKEY, per gal 350 a 600 Watches which Wind Vp I cask Best Brandy 'This ???11171"11 "*".-poBciet on the joint com' .

jaly 10-U Mouou.aliela, gal 125 CI 150 and turn the hands without any key. 0H *?iQnrterBoxcs Kafcfos choice Segars, stock pc'ple. and upon the mu"plan, t TEAS.Agnt .

THOmAS DOUGLAS, SUGAR Porto Rico, per perlbperlb 8 I 9 foe Gold Lapine Watches,4 holes. I Sweet Cheese l, Sugar.ehel-Crackers Split Soda Peas,,Yeut Powders; ,tici,of she It. of bth Is *'.the G Tea for tb*New York FeBa Tea ompsn..
do Butter of dinct
Coffee No. 1, 9 CI 10 jeweled, 00 ; do Polieie wffl issued wrtaUoBandrf el tkirf.fosw.
$25 SlackcreL at the lowest "
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Sauce tc,just received b rates of netieafrom 4 tel ft.in
ATTORNEY Crashed Fine per a package afi warraateit
peril 10 I II Gold Detached Levers 00 00 premiunvthat be
J'AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Joseph Gnce fAd Olive. ,and formIc by cn adopted, and affori reqni-and at extremely low price09COUNTRY *.-
Loaf, per lb 10''I 11 Gold enamelled Watches, for iho Ladies S5 00 site security t the and perpetuity the
JACKSONVILLE FLA. SALT, per sack .17 Gold English Patent Levers 85 00 ..WAVER. .' &. CO. .institution. i :t DEALERS supplied n omxsjxo _

m1I9- SOAP, Am. yellow pcclbperlb 61 4 6 Gold English Patent Lever, hunt'g cases, 58 00 Je9 .. i Policies Issued for the benefit of a'married ACCoxrAstxD jrtni CASH.
SHOT, all sites, 9 I JOI Silver Patent Levers as low es 16 00 woman,on the life of bar husband,o,*n7 other Garu8Jl"'Y'Iu-.r- = C. :
B. m. PJjARSON: I Began Spanish perm'1300 II 4000 Detached Levers 14 00 :'Notice.AGR.EEABLE person,wdl eu her separate,nag,Independently McIiAN._
ATTORNEY & COrSSELIXm AT LAW i TOBACCO manua.ct'd, per lb 183 I 15 and all other styles of Watches, at equally low to an order of the Hon.the of,he husband and o the elaims her my26T'T. t
TEAS,Hyson, per Ib 62 4 15 prices. lI' of the Eastern Circuit of ert o .
JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLA.,, Black, perIb 62 ia 15 J lnnnn mcQ, I the State of Florfla, held in and for the County SLAVES ESSTJRED oarcavon able !

Win attend to the transaction of Business in the WINE Madeira, per gal 400 Diamond Ear-rings Pins Bracelets Fingerlings I of Columbia,MayTerm 1853 Australia Risks taken te. $500 CHAILMGE

Supreme and Circuit Court*,for the Eastern Champagne, per dot 14 00 I 28 and Crosses for sale at. much less than Will be sold bebre the Court House door, in com -, .
and Southern Districts of Florida. the usual prices. the Town of Alligator, Columbia county, on the A. WILBUR
je9 Florida Railroad JEWELRY.All first Monday of Anrust next the following described Agent, 129 Congress >
Company. lands to wit The my2B-y founded
kinds of GOLD I northeast quarter of An article oa ScienliSo princJpl1,
NOTICE is hereby given to the Subscribers WEDDING RINGS Gold KEYS Gold section twenty-five (25,) township six, (6,) range. compounded with purely vegetable subsjtinecs,
"JBTO. S. GALLAHElT in the Florida Railroad Company Gold PENS and PENCILS Gold and SEALS seventeen (17.) : NOTICE. being perfectly safe when taken'and baa JI8TU'been
that a meeting of said Subscribers heretofore and Silver Said lands sold as the property of Cader Han are forbid trespassing on known to fail in curing the seat ..M-
BREAST hereby
Late 3d Auditor ,of the Treasury, advertised for the 13th June inst., is post- CUFF PINS,BRACELETS LCCKETS EAR PINS cock,late of said cranty.deceased, for the purpose ALL lands on the St. Join's river two ease. Worm can never eriz(WDM lU remedy

will attend to Claims before Congress and the poned to the 12th July next, and that a meeting Gold and Silver SPECTACLES,Gold RINGS TOOTH, of making a listribution of. said estate tracts lying on both sides of tie river,betweenHamblyOll is once used from U>*Mt that it not only destroys
Departments at Washington. of said Subscribers will be held for the purpose PICKS.CHARMS CHATELEINE CHAINS among the heirs of Kid estate. Store and Mount Tucker, and on them,but removes all the slim*aad mucus

He refers to all reasonable men throughoutthe of electiug Directors of said Company, &e. &c. N..taANDERYOtniG. St Spg. at the north end of Lake(reorge-; which m&11emaln.,

Union who have had business with him, and On Tuesday, the Twelfth. (12th) day of July SIlver Ware. JL AITHUR Y. ALLEN ROBERTS ;, *.t. lavo all tresspassers to the full ex- TOT. .-.TAPS. .-OnM.This h .. ..
tnt- t.-"" most oiniea ;oo io
worn is the tI
he relies for success upon his familiarity with the next COll1nu.uiOfttnoJune
routine of business. STERLING SILVER SPOONS CUPS FORKS, -3.a PH AL HERNANDEZ. of nfl that inhabit the human body. It grows tan
at 12 o'clock at noon, at the Bnffington House 4th, 1853. d-lm June -
almost indefinite length, and becoming> m.
in the Town of Jacksonville in of the Intestine stomach
pursuance coiled and fastened In the and sM

F. C. BARRETT act Dated of incorporation.June 1st, 1853. Watches and Jewelry exchanged. All Watches police.ALL 2 barrels Hiram Smith's Family Flour. is tik to.produce#.*nM Of FlU many,St.going VUvof'to Daises thol1'1'It.fe.,not wukshi believing

C. A. PRICE JOHN G. CEASDOX warranted to keep good time, or the money whom it may ccneern are hereby notified a few Barrels Stewart's Syrup, $tnafr-UwM haTe their origin
Public eemplMtl
Notary .
the 12th of A. D. 1853 .Received schooner J Grioe
returned. on Cay July, oseph ,
per from the Harm
._mluloner for taking Acknowledgment I. H. BEON50N, O. L B-FAIRBANKS Tape ; consequently they do Do'use
I, A. B. Smith Gnaroian of Hesekia Smith, And for sale by
:1. THOS. Repairs.All the proper medicines for their c1iIeaM7..
Aad ether Instruments of Writing, to be used in A. ). REED, JOHN JACKSON kinds of Watches and Clocks cleaned and shall apply to the Hon.William A. Forward jn2 S. N. WILLIAMS. those who are afflirtea with:this awful foe to
Judge or the Circuit Court for the Eastern Circuit -
I recommend the
CommissiofIeT7.je16d health, usof Worm Bynp
the States of repaired in the best manner, at much less than of Florida at his ofifct in Jacksonville,for WANTED-IO Mor Cutome at the and Lnrr Pills. .Th Syrup my to be taken m
JEW TOR.K AND PENNSTLTAKIA. the usual prices. leave to sell the real estate of said minor con- doses of two table spoonful, Ohs...a claY
Jacksonville Florida. Oct.U-tf Goods sent by express or mail to allparts of sisting of three hundred and:fifty acres ot land Jn2 HANK1NS & HARDEE. then take from five to tight of layLirer FUll to
J. RE BOURS NOTICE. the United.States..*- situated near Rose's Bluff in the county of Nassau dislodge and pass the Worm By strictly following -
*t GEO C. .A T.T.q in said UP WITH CARE.-
Circuit.A. RIGHT SE these directions,the most obstinate cues of
NOTARY PUBLIC THE STEAMER Importer of Watches and Jewelry, je9-lm B. SMITH Guardian. receiving New Goods-Undemgned consisting of i constantly Tape Worm can be speedily cured.

JACKSONVILLE. E. FLA. .. :I. = ..AII Wholesale and Retail, Dry Goods,Hadwa. ROUND, or STOMACH/WORM.
.- I, Jfo. 11 wan St.,3d floor,near Broadway, Gre. Clothing This worm is uauaDy found ia then fates-
GENERAL. CAPT. C. WILLET, June 16-, NEW YORK. Notice. and Shoes and Caps, &e. to. tines,and is the worm most common to children;
Bot Hat
Will after this date discontinue her trips for pursuance of an act passed by the Legislature a all Right side up, with yet it is not entirely confined to them as adults
a few weeks for the purpose of painting Watches, Gold and Silver Ware. IN of this State at its last session the care."t HANKIN5&. IIARDEE.jn2 have frequently been known to suffer with them.
MEDIOAL NOTmO.E. &c. Due notice will be given when she resumes IM B.MIM.KR <& CO- County Commissioners of Snmter county will : Thi Symptom most prominent'while aaedted
her trips again.P. WHOLESALE offer for sale the Town Lots,at the place selected with this worm,are hardness and fuUaess of. the

DOCTOR S. The STEAMER CAROLINA, will WATCHkJEWELRY HOUSE as the County site. Ibs.BACON SIDES, just re- belly, slimy stools,looseness of the bowels pick
W. J. L'ENGLE continue to run as usual No.227 Baltimore St.,S. E. cor. of Charles, at. Said County Site is' situated directly on the 2,VrVrVr ceired,mid for sole low. by ing at the nose, a blneisa streak under the eyes
Offtrs his Professional Services to the citizens of Leaving Palatka every Monday morning and road leading from Ocala to Tampa Bayin jn2 & HARDEE. &. If you or any of your children have any of
Jacksonville and Duval County. Jacksonville Tuesday. IMPORTERS English and SWIM Watches Township 2S N., Range 22 E, Section 13. HKS the above symptoms HOBEN SACK'S WORM
-Omce. In the ''.Republican. Buildhg. BELLECHASSE & FINEGAN .I. and tools of every description Watch ease This site is also situated in the vicinity of good JAMES HANHAn SYRUP can safely be depended upon. By using
ap2I June 16. St Agents. ilakers and Manufacturers of fine {Gold Jewelry. Pine and Hammock lands affords excellent range it you have a certain,safe and speedy care and
I We'call the attention of Southern and Western for stock and supplies and an elegant spring,affording constantly on hand a general as if after using it according to the directions the
WM. M. TUNNO dealers in Watches.Jewelry and Silver Ware to an abundant supply of free-stone ,water. KEEPS ofFzilqGroceries patient is not restored to health and the worm

NO. 4 NO.4.New our very extensive stock, assuring them that in Abo in the distance of three miles west of said and Provisions thoroughly eradicated from the system you can .
Factor and Commission Merchant no article in our line shall we allow any establish- site,is situated Lake Panasofka, which abounds rest assured there is no remedy beyond the grave .1
(For Florida Produce Store, ment to surpass us, either in quantity, quality oror with any quantity of the finny tribe of good and o.whic he is always receiving fresh mppl. As for fail,there is no suck word-a*.fail,with. '
) low We the .
prices. are only Wholesale Housein different AL- those who use my Warm Syntf.ASCARHTCS
fc NO. 5, SOUTHERN WHARF- Q No.4, CORNER or BYRNE'S BUILDING. this branch of trade in Raltimore and shall qualities.Conditions of the sale of said lots in three in- Numerous. Articles of Household Furniture, or small Thread Wevae*

Charleston S. C. JUST RECEIVED, per steamer "Florida" use very fair means to induce Southern and Wes- stalments,vis one-third cash the_balance in 6 Building Fixtures, Ifc. These worms to which the human system Is liable
more of those goods (in duplicate) tern merchant to open accounts with us. Our and 12 months from the time of sale. invited to calL ,are the most troublesome all ethers.They
Customers respectfully
my9-y of last week vis terms shall be as liberal and accommodating as Sale to oommenje on Monday, the 27th day of a are generally to be found in the rectum and if
Ladies Misses and Children's Shoes Slips, and an possibly be found in the United States. June next,at U o'clock, A.M. -Sl.or on Bay street, opposite Dr..Byrne's allowed to remain from the irritation they produce -
MALONE TAYLOR Bootees,new and fashionable styles We will take great pleasure in showing our W_c. WILLIAMS, Buildings--Q ju2 ,lay the foundation for serious disorders

Thread Lace and BiUr Rn.1tn1)'and TrinJminlJ _goods to Southern_and Western merchants, Je9-2_ __ ___ __Judge of ,. such as inflammation of the bowels and other do-
LUMBER COMMISSION 31ERCHANT5, Linen and Lotton-I'apes.Br&1dS. ana 1'rmge81 iirttiCT titey IIIHTII ulliti mm__. COltH600; bushels Flint'Corn, a aupetkii rangements of the stomach. 'The best and,.f.Vt'

riKST WHARF BELOW KOBLE aT. Swiss Cambric Mull and India. Muslins; L. MILLER & oo.,' ADVERTISEMENT.DIRECT ac sale by Medicine that can be. need b BOBE."iSAcrsWORM
V PHILADELPHIA, Solid colored Cambric; feb3-6m Importers Watches,Baltimore. .- 'jn JAS.H SYRUP. Such is the;astonishing
very respectfully solicit consignments of- Cheap Dress and Fancy Prints; J OTG. HcCUTCHEH. power of my Medicinee over Ataauda,that I

Southern Lumber, Shingles &c. fee.Refrrto Do French col'd Muslins and Robes with ATTORNEY AT LAW TRADE. FLOUR.-Fresh Btimo Flour, defy any one to produce a ease where my Worm

borders, imitation and real WASHINGTON CITY, C., mIlE advertiser is prepared to receive COT' a JAE 1"H. Syrup and Liver Fills are recommended to b*
A.McCALut Cashier Camden Bank, N.J.: L. C. Hdkfs Servants'do;Marseilles Testings in the Courts of the District. and JL TON in this or by his Agents . JOSATUAN BEOCK:, Philadelphia; White aftd colored Linens, Drillings End every Practices Claims for Pay Pensions other ofthe American ports and to forward it to sary is to use the Syrup in accordance with directions -
Leaf Lard
E.T. RICHJIEDSOX, do. kind of Pants stuffs; Bounty Land Lost Horses &c. any port in GREAT BRITAIN,or on the OON- LARD.- just received on each bottle;and in ease a gentle par-
T.E. BccxmAV,Jacksonville, Florida. Hosiery of all descriptions; 1st. By a late act of Congress all widows of TfNENT OF EUROPE as may be directedby a JAMES HANHAM. gative is required in order to allay the irritation
February 17,1853.Edmund .* Segars Sugars, Coffee Pickles, Olives Sardines, revolutionary Soldiers are entitled to Pension consignors, or to sell in this or in any of theDOMES'.FIC ju2SYRUP. they produce, the Liver PDk by their sympa
Oysters Lobsters and Patent Medicines of OR FOREIGN MARKETS and thising action and healthy operation the
2d. The widows of officers
and soldiers of the
5 barrels for sale
Syrup, by
Whitney, various kinds lAte Wcr War with Mexico and the Florida to make CASH ADVANCES on it when received. JAMES HANHAM. bowels,is the most pleasant Medicine that sea betaken.
Commissioned and legally qualified as Carpenter's Tools, Rules, Levels, Bevels; War are entitled to Pensions their husbandswere Also to execute orders for any articles .
Xeasurer and Inspector of Lumber for Wines, Liquors Ale, Cider, and Cordials of the killed in service, or died disease contrasted desired in any foreign or domestic market. jn2 BOBKSSACKS UVKB PHVLS.
Dnval County very best; HENRY'MANKIN
Cay be found,when his services are desired on Hardware, Cutlery Glass and Crockery, of every while in service. Mease Commission address Merchant,16 Bowley's Wharf PIANO FOR SALE. A Rosewood Po No part ofthesystem'IsmorolInhlit.diseae.
3d. All widows who have received five
1ean'pension with
inquiry at the description Looking Glasses, &c. &c. Iron frame,just received and than the Liver it being supplied aameroae
Republican office. ; Baltimore. je
Jane 1J 6m jelo are entitled to a renewal of their Peaions. .- by JAMES I H. blood vessels and nerves and it_led the
jn2 blood of course flowing through aQ partsef the
JOSEPH GRICE, These can be obtained by addressing as above, TEN THOUSAND ACRES of LAND, body produces Lever ConpLuutt Jiwmdiet Sit-

General Commission Merchant New Butter. post paid-! _Feb.24-6m < Including a B ACON.-5000 lbs Bacon JAMES, for sale HANHAM.by tout Affection, Dyspeptia, $t.ye.

36 WATER. ST., NEW YORK. 5 Kegs new Delaware County Butter ampe- LIVER COMPUUJTP
STB.ICT and prompt attention given to the sale of rior article just received per steamer from Snuff and Tobacco. Valuable Plantation, with Exten- jn2 is attended with chills sveoeededby fever fever*

all articles of produce entrusted to his care, New York. F. WAVER & CO. !, PETER LORILLARD MANUFACTURER Improvements, New Goods. pains in the region of the Liver;vomiting,bitter
and all orders promptly complied with. June 14 16New' Spring taste yellow furred tongue poise full aad bound
aJll 11..0.42 Chatham ft., New York, known as the residence of the late ing,the pain in the ride is increased by pressure,
tr.J. Arrival. OFFERS for sale the following articles war WELL '. H.l\Icllrrom. should the left lobe be effected the pain is generally
HOLM JBS, of superior quality:Maccoboy, Jacksonvfflt directly HANKINS HARDEE in the left shoulder,with a short dry sough
foneral Commission Merchant Bags prime Rio Coffee Scotch Coarse French Rappee and other Snuffs Only Fifteen J1iZ from the ski beaming of a tallow apptarance.and the -
100 WALL STKECT NEW Y OEL 5 5 boxes St. Julien Medoe Claret; also Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-foil and papers; a .upon the St. John1 river. HAVE i store,received per recent ar- stools clay-colored. This disease.eaa be eared

WILL pay particular attention to sales of TelUw 2 Hf bbls Fulton Market Beef; more particular description of the various articlescan The subscriber has been appointed Agent for by the use of HOBEN SACK'S LIVER POLLS
Pine,Lumber,Live Oak,and other Southern I bbl Sal Soda; be known by sending for a full price currentas the Administrators, and will show the premisesto Very rich French Printed Muslins,Bng as they act directly upon the seat of the disease
Timber and Produce and to orders for pnrchas- 2 tierces choice sugar-cured Hams; above. 3m mar 17 any one wishing to purchase. De Le Muslins, in solid colors and then operating upon the.boweJs they expelall

jug Merchandise. dec9-tf 1 hhd prime Shoulders; INDIA RUBBER Also the Equipments of a Sugar House,embracing Frch Egl Cc quality andwidth the corrupt and vitiated matter from &be.
20 hf bbl Genesee Flour GOODS. Shirtings
DOLLNKU & I* TTEIl. ; the necessary apparatus connected with tem -
Just received schooners Minerva ;
General Commission Merchants Sarah Wooster per and for sale at the Wrightand THE Subscriber would respectfully call the Snrar Making.g. 10.4, 11-1, 12-4 Lancaster Quilts. .DYSPEPSIA. '
usual Tools
low used
of Machines and it varioue
of his old customers and merchants Abo a quantity assortment f The symptoms of Dyspepsia,and *
14 Pront Street, Corner Maiden prices of F. WAVER & CO. with Iron Geer- large > Rea-me Coth
Lane, June 14. 16Fire throughout the United States and Canada to his in raising and preparing Cotton, A, all of which. wi diseases are dizziness in the head heartburn,oppression
TJp Stain New York stock of Rubber Goods manufactured by him- ed Herse Power,in complete order. I. lc prices.N. after eating meals sourness arising front
WILL attend prompt to all business entrusted self expressly for the spring trade of 1833. His The Land will be parcelled to suit purchasers. B. Store occupied Messrs. the stomach to..and sometimes general languor
ioItheir& Particular attention given to the Buckets. stock of RUBBER CLOTI'iiNG.is particularly TermsliberaL Moody & forerI b of the whole body. From this it win he seen that
sal of Cotton,Lumber Timber and Turpentine; of it has before 1. E. JOHNSON Boultr.JackonT 7th 1333. the disease owes its origin tea disorganised state
persons wishing to supply themselves with deserving inspection ; as never 3
U th purchase of goods. for Administrator
JL Fire Buckets can do 10.by making immedi- been so complete nor the articles more pe ec'- of the Liver and Stomach.
FLiberal advancements made on June 1 1853. 2tf is the nWieiae to effect
consignments. Jacksonville, PILLS very s>
tXbruaryl9.1852.-ly.. .te.pplicationto & CO. AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF New Spring Goods.
and lasting cure,as they act by changing -
Jane 14. 16WA.1fTED Pants Carriage permanent
Coats Capes, Overalls Leggings,
the certain morbid actions of the system Intoa
F. Waver & Co. Cloth, Wading Pants Piano Covers To Contractors. THE undersigned has just received by steamer,
Commission and from N Y healthy action and rendering the bloed..pare.
Forwarding Merchants Gloves Machine e ort .
Belting EnginePacking -
TO PTJnCIIASE.. Caps will be received till the 15th and healthy. -
ARID Life Preservers, Air Balls PROPOSALS furnishing at Garden Key A Stock of Spring and Summer Te Female .
D wishes to
lers in Groceries Provisions, Choice Wines, fa T -v Whips and every description of Rubber Goods the following bill of Lumber Ir tleeePilIau iavaranUe medJcra
r T purchase a good warranted PONY,for Islands FU- Goo You wDl find
Liquors and Paints Tortngas
Segars Jcc. The
,Oils Drugs, Itc. constantly on hand. above are warrantedto '
which a fair price will be ghrun. he offers at low in many complaints to which you are subject.Ta
for CASH only. novlS stand climate and will be sold at most ,vis: + which now to Ue very
JAMES B.I). any reasonable .". Plank 13 26 obstructions either total or partial,they havebeen
3 or
Bay Street. Jacksonville E. Fla. HANHAM 000 feet board measure, prices for cash.The complete
-! prices. Orders solicited and promptly attended ISO, wide. Aen'.i found inestimable benefit ia restoring and
j Bay street. and 10 to 13 rariety of style :
long, every
feet fahon.
to by ; the blood and other fluids so as to ear
Bloodgood and Bouse 6 X 8 Timber 32 the found- purifying I Ian
D. HODGMAN,27 Maiden Lane, 10,000 feet board measure .Linng many articlem which aria from female freeplarities
"IJETURW their thanks the inhabitants of Domestic and English Prints; complaints may
Notice. from and feeUon" 1 Gigbm
First Broadway
JEfe Jacksonville and its vicinity for.their liben1 corner 69 Aassau street New York. 10,000 feetToard measure 6 "X 8 "Timber; Muslins and Lawns, f e t ,as headache, dimness of sight, painmthesidebackkc.
Pi These the only
MONTHS after f piUs are
patronage bestowed upon them since they com- SIX date I shall pply to the II ft.2Z It or 33 feet long. yard;
SMuoed business t &ndhop.Jby strict aitention to .Judge of Probate, for Duval county Jan 273mCOOPMAS'S 00 feet board measure, Ii It BoardS,15 or Fig.d. and Plain Brage Silk Tissues; safe and effectual remedy to cure the following
please to merit continuance of the same for a final settlement and discharge as joint Administrator .UUU 23 feet long,and 10"to 13 "wide. Taf tens,Swiss Mu Jaconet plain and complaints: Gout Nervousness, Melancholy'
on the estate of Obsidian Establishment. Bo.rds. Sick Headache, G Giddiness Kheamethna, Die-
They bare constantly on hand a full assortment Congar, Baking feet board measure 1 checked;
er Dry Goods Ready Made CIothin Hats and late of said county, deceased. COOPMAN continues to supply 10,000 feet board measure,. 9 and4. "scant- FrAcb Cbrie plaid and plain; tressmg Dreams Dimness of Sight, or ia .fact
GEO. C. FLEMING. HENRY ,opO S7 to$1 of the Diseases that arise from affection of
Caps hoots and Shoes Stationery,Hard ware, Jel6-6m' of Jacksonville with Silks,trout |e. ; any
Crockery Grwerries Provisions Drugs and Mediiat.9egan. 2 Plank. Wide Black Silks Florence the Liver imparity of the lOeod.or constipation
feet board measure, ; ; a MareS -
3,000 '
.Wine,te.,to,which they are .UU BARGIANS BAKGIANSi I GOOD BREAD, 8,000 feet board measure., 1 ,and 3 str.The of the Bowels. *
&at tbs very lowest cash prieM.3a FOR CASH AND CA&H ONLY Lumber must be of the ben kind of Yellow A& lot of Embroidered Swiss Shawls; Jtledlesl Erldenee.' .
: *w1lla,Ju.20.is BARGIAJFS His store is situated on Bay-street, 2'doors Pine sound straight- rained, free from A few rich embie and plain Canton Crape We the undersigned physicians having bad
from the old corner of Win. Alsop (at presentF. from sap unless it be a the receipt of their manufacture submitted to ue
Charles De Waal, Auctioneer, mIlE Subscriber begs leave to inform the rmbJL Waver &Co's,) where can be had at ail times shakes occasionally and generally ont edge ud must be sawed White &c; for inspection, say that the ingredients ofwhkh.
JACKSONVILLE, E.F. ho generally that ne has removed from NolArmstrong's BREAD, (MiESand P4STRYofeyeryd.- straight little and true to dimensions. No excess in A choic L Mal Goods, Pointed they are composed makes them the beet pOl in,
Sale in any parS of the County attended to, corner and Re-opened scription. be for. and all shorter.lengthsiriTberejectedrTmust Collars: I IDo. use fossil disease of the Liver imparities of the -
and respectfully solicited. in Doctor Foreman's Old Store Persons from the country wffl find it convenientto .also be Wg""J .L.C.Udk&,Chimesettes,Undersloeves, Blood,&; GEORGE WOOD M.& .

November llth, 1S52. tf (or mint,)where he would be pleased to meet his supply themselves with these articles fresh, at measured by an Agent of the Cuffs&0.; F.CRO WLEY.M.Du. ,
His Auction Rooms and Store-house are kepi old friends and customers,who may wish to purchase his counter." Private families regularly supplied delivery, such inspection and'measurement ,The lateatfashion of Ln'.Huat.'t'llw 1. BOWEN.M1Xft _
.a Bay Street near the principal market; where Groceries and Provisions. in town as heretofore. its binding A. theeontraetor. .. prices; >Purch 8o none butthose having the sirna-
be keeps on band at all seasons of the year on His stock consists of Hiram Smith's and Alfred Parties wishing pastry furnished 'can at all being Ono of a&least 50.000 feat must be shippod Misses and Le'Flats; tare "J.N.' HOBENSACK. ,". email ether,
the most reasonable terms, family Groceries and H.Smith's Family Flour; times be accommodated.with,promptness and on cargo the 1st July, a second by the 15t.h Ocher Rich andbiuings; are wortulew imitations. *"
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Provisions tot cash or country 1K'Odilee. Double Extra Genessee,in half bbls ; reasonable terms. try third by the lit December,and the whole Mie Slippers,Ties,Gaiters, Agents wishing aew ,supplies aad,a8 other*:
Goods sent to Subscriber on Commission either Corn Rice. Grits Hams ; I take this opportunit10rezpressingmythanbCor delivered, a by the 1st day of February, 1854. Lie Btl Bts; '* wishing to become Agents must addreai the pro->

Tor private or auction disposal,will be quickly Bacon Sides, a fine article, .Mess Pork ; do the liberal evidences of encouragement which, Payments win be made on delivery deducting a you OEjr. rietor, J.NHOBEN SACK,at hi*Laboratorj.':
attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. Butts ; 1 have already received and, while respectfully 20 eent.to be retained to ensure the fulfil"A A very fine of Readr-mau* Clothing :e.ADELPHIA.. 130 North Seceaditreet" ,above..- .. '.
Subscriber has been known la this community for No 1 Mackerel in'bbls and kite; asking a continuance of the same,feel warrantedIn per of Pants, uwe of every style, quality, .
a number of years as auctioneer and otherwise. Cod Fish/'Colgate" pale and y,Dow Soap claiming for the bread which I offer qualities SaMU.be dieted to,the 1IderB1g'e and, fashion C.. Vel style 'f.Summer Hat ;Sold by an, Drug (and-Merchants Ja;the
He offers no twnnnninflaUffns, but desires thai fancy do ; unsurpassed in all the essentials which go to make a& New York, to..th care.ot M also a superior of French United States. .

"quines should be made regarding himself of Colgate's Pearl Starch manufactured from the staff of life palatable pure, and wholesome. ,Corps of..EngineersQ ro gUem ;'Shirts, qt Wrappers, -- .
Commercial House at the ttlaes of his resi- Indian Cora ; I will continue to use the best flour which,with Collars Cravata** Cloths, Cuaimerea\7-' ,NOTICE., ::it
4CEAaLESDtWAAL._ Candles Sperm Adamantine i personal experience in the art of Baking,justifies June :.Lioateaant of Engineers. bags always on handV Also,Tailoring'don*to TRIftTYDAYSfrum date I wiH apply to the : .

Coffee,old Government Java ; Rio; me in promising my customers Good Bread.:. 22 order_ on snonnouGv.planters" __" .'_ .' Columbia'eoaaty! for- ,.: ,
Z. D. G1LMAN, Sugar Stuart's crushed.Refined and Loaf; march 24-tf HENRY COOPMAN. -;- wishing to make large bills can do as order to sell the'real'estate ef George w. tew- <-
-4. 'I"Q1\q C. A fine article of Porto Rico Brown ; A Great' .Bargain.DBUGTOREPOU well at-this store as any other in the Southern art.dee'd,forjsjneat of debt*,to wit the sooth-f
Cheese. Butter Lard Yeast Powders fialaratns. Sheriff's Sale: west quarter southeast quarter.eetioalS'' '
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Sal Soda;, < SALE : larg* 'tot"of Negro**,Wear constantly on township 3soHh.of rang,"15 AID the west

WASHINGTON. CITY Nutmegs, Spice, Pepper Ginger Cinnamon. Y. virtue of an execution issued from a Jus of hand. ', -. half Gt.the northeast quarter,.seetioa SO,township .
hvtntar 'JSolffroprieter tf Cloves. .' B tice's Court in and for the County of Dn. Undersigned offers for saU ts.St. The public"an.solicited ti call and examine Dge'J5,, .Also,,the;aorth JnK.of lbs.
Pickles in jan 'Sweet. OH; Lemmon Syrups' val,I win expose at publie outcry in front of the, :.I-DRUGS.MEDLCINESI ten wIth t p. Goods aad Price,as they will'find it to their in southeast quarter-aad.the soatheart quarter .r .
GIL.1 AN'S New Orleans 40;" Court House door,In 4he town of JaeksonvUk. uegeof.thebesI.tOreia[ .the tw: Te. reIt to purchase at this store-every article_!*- the southeast quarter,and thaaarthcast aart r.?
Instantaneous J&niid Hair iDje, Cordials.Epsom".. n the first Monday :of"July next, within the ..pureh .with kreat UBCSt&SS& lug lOLl hu1t for cash. . I of,the southwest quarter.eethsu1owhiPI
n. cal' usual hours'of.sa1ej the"lollowin'ProP ,to same&t < Lii.AI1ERMMt i 15,all saidiasaideoantyofCbmmbia de8Clibed Ja i ,
If&II4aI4uotiiitaii-iJt, tonic uper Besides a general assortment of other articles and :: .: : range .
I '
r tll411W.'. usually kept bt.a grocery, of the best quality wit.. On brown \ jvncj ;iorse.adout the orknp.n' r-bc :No..2-BY1e'I.Blo ck, corner Newnan and ,. : : J.
cart-levied as -
For sale by which he win sell lower for cash than the"Ukeap- old-.on. hone on : CHAKLE8 G..snnvA r.
the -
,JOHN M. PAYNE. est Cash Stor*."' Come-on gentlemen shave property Simeon S.Tyler and Margaret C.Ty, income of'trade.may-be.ezected.-Wb ,_: .Bay8t.-eeL. 'i' f 2)JSiB' : '

7 J'Jacksonville Florida. ', with tharp Razor, warranted not to.cotin' the ler fits wife' 'to satisfy said execution in favor'ou& by lTheodow road t.now ia-eonemplatioa the 4nteriorof_Completed.liarfd&, : _'.Jic'. April. 14.1855.. ; -. It' JB, = :

Qiiurt LIQUID tre n tear across the grain. > ': .OjMjei-.lpertyjDohited Ja win supply. J.rotiee _." aew gaoisi eni fat
Hitt-Un Is the only JurtieUGentlm tJMITH S.p.D. :, : o
< GEO..Ui measure
BBS."S.'N.. WILLIAMS.K3E1 plaintiff ; t[ '
%wd 'b 'nay W, :. .. o pettncttyii t J Drugstore oa the a
this. '
city. i, \ wear .' "pgWUN eugageIfl this -
'J31 'wishin '
-. ; & be. that six weeke from tifelawwrtawrat Stteswr eoMtsl .r ';
fo ,
OTICE hereby,given
or MostachiM s1grayor Wdisiattend" : Junl i,185S 9td _r.:: fO'trml
ICE ICEIll J I : : ;.
; 1W'ote"e Probateof tll1. 'itost Tsae,
I haQ the Kaveesfas
._. 'Ishing to *Ban or Party can apof .,' "" : .. '> the Store *'t: &1'.' 'uG"hieh _' .date apply to Judge'of per of .
Iu a .idt : Just received from and ; -. ;; \ Dnval county,for letter of Adminkiratioa-oa Ppericte1 t.SrdI
Boston .
C. blact ty jtovotii one;& NO.lor .: ew.S,1' Hter_ I will take aJ pfitise.AD7. O ; ..i .
ibf.e to their toilet,la uaLg;.heTCU : sale by the subscribers. : J r. wm boproattended .t'"r" the_ _Esiates. .Philip,. Smith. ,,Aaron. ..T1eon-and., ,' _.' ., :
': ) .B t L t, > ud.xlUDiMlM atawtest. _. : :
cr&$*rtJc olo OrdeN ft promjUj c .- % .. -
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heads this : >
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T M '1.f.l.J XI" C1u. > i--IAVANNAH- ADVERTIKMENTS. ;:" -.: CHARLESTON-AfiVERTICEMENTe." "","*.** 9O.AHAFF :"EE;i1S' $ N'D:; ; R-pOPSErT: 5 i;' 'JiM K"H Charleston.fc7TMj';.' t-- .** c1:;:!:j r rW*r V

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M1JSTE1IN1MEN T. ;WMCSK t.ilO "kVVOLIva:7AaNUMrVcVWholesale : ,'.,. .. T.l1JJJ. :n n JOK .O ; .', .,. -11.ff, -f MAn>STEAMEK3'
: -. .' .. ,.. -'-. .
AS this paptr-wfll aU.int .the hands of many FIAIO Al1tIURIIi11ll.STOHt! I Grocery Liquor,V, and- East ( ( | T CAROLIWAl ,
:No. 7.Q ,
are not ta the habit reading advertisements Provteton Dealer, :; \Jy,. Fitzsimniqia! | .bnrlt., : f "AlIfD -'

in Dew .AA and 4 especially those relating ..sML1'flroughteil BU1J.DlNOIr. No. 289 EASrBAY, CHARLESTON '

to Patent Me itlpe*;we deem it a duty to St.,. ., "Y&nn lh. Ga. .. rVAS constantly on:band a well selected stock ,CHAREESTON\\ : C.it. : ..

Inform already such learned pcrsoas facTTron and aim these their who Lave Dot. I W.-WORRELL.. '; N.F.WliBSTEK.' ; '; jfi..of Uquori and' Grocorie.bieh be offer Injporters'ana Wholesale Dealers. toreiRn'andy LEKOS s &UJ','Jti'aIf pfpe.,-oquaikt:tub Through t 1'c&l414'i'21'fd 10 floUTs.V
own expert for sale low Order .from the country carefully The CAROLINA ,
barrtls and in boxes :JeattCbrlatoa'
Wines kegs, ofone dose each.
r Cordials
I DOmestiC
race ana that V V IJqoorl
observation Mexican
the Mustang : : ,
House EstabUshment. and attended to. 1 SatardayaU V.M ,
FnrnIshJng promptly
Juice : Retarnlng
Liniment U the I and'Manufacturrs Jamaica Lime .do-do dodo" ; \ : will have PA.
best remedy reaDytnd.before offered and intrinsically to the afflicted, Furniture by. Wholesale .n Retail,',. t1cJle7mal- o. ci IcErrASCK.-!.- Scgars, Tobacco, &c;,' Sardines,in whole, half;and quarter bout.LoblutI LATKA very Monday all .x.-PIo6taa..1Q.

for rhearaatUu Tcr; neuralgia stiffness or.oreness mHE subscriber desire to cU the further at- j V V > of LnonSyinj.p of-1: Mackerel,Salmon and Clams ,1 ia ACEast A.M, and Jackw Till*,Tatsday &;!.-
.11.. tcntieh of the .Florida'pubjie to hi-well V V V Keep coiutantf m hand tntxtennve ivptfyof .. : ?IbL.VFLUIUDA.VWIUTuesday l ..Charlestoa.1T
f V V
joints, muscles tndoA$.. For cut, brumes, V
or ABBOTT 'k' CO .
bdrng; elr teat de;etll't'bipptea'died bft'Uta,0., I known establishment; for the sale of GEO. ,, ,tkt.'*x artictttt tehtch they art prepared : India Preserved Gingeria: boxes(9 at? P.M. ,wilt, leave Pa

It is,unrfvalled weellenee, *nd we nave ro"ed I 1 FURNITURE HOUSE'FU NJSnlNO WBOLESALK AND nifAlL'1)E&1.ER1. rn to tell to City ad Country.Mathaatt on their Jars| each. '. V 1atk -T .ursdaYr.JG o''e loek A"M.J Black Cr ek

U to be a certain remedy for the piles. We can, MATERUL8ottny DESCRIPTION. : JII..L..Jif j9 V usual liberal tcrmi:I \ V I French Cherries V n.-Zndy, la boxes of.1 doi. :3 P.Thes JacksomviHe.. Friday.0'clock A.M.\ .

therefore,vonfldeuty} ".comlllelld it,'and &drise i House-keepers and merchants can supply them- V COCSAC BRASDT.-J. J. DupnyrJ JPinet .Rousse, each.Fruits V *'steamer eonn ct"with aU the.intorW .
solves with every article for general IIIe 'or,for OILS VAKNISH I 'iiTBrandy, la boxes of 1 dOleD ch, Stage of.East Florida, and'connect both
every reader to- try it, feeling a certainty p. Castillon & Co., J.Henn ., P. IL Goa: V with the New York *< RailV',
V ; amship
Iwining a store stock.rcrythiog r' WIl bru- CarolLu
satisfaction relief.JdcwYoa & *-
big by firing Co.Leger Freres, V
dud C Otard Dupny ,
mentioned WINDOW GLASS PUTTY, road*,and the WflmlngtoaRoadi
ofbulness in their ,
: in the line I Io do own jnlse, do do- i
*; J1l1-II, 1852.'We kept" an hand Including Parlor lIa1J, BedrOOm '' And rerV description of Palnta found fc F. Martel, and 'other choice brands. in .f 'ie FmitJ,do do; ; -Pu ag. (rolli' Charleston 'to Jaekjonvfflfc., :

herehy certify that we have used the compound I and Kitchen Furnitureand saie-,will be made; i > In a Paint Store, half of 1 plpea do*, ,each.V'Barter _and eighth V casks. -,and, in.boxes : and 'Levering** Steam VStuart's Rebecl'S1I.prs. $8.-from Charleston to Palatka, tl ., .: .

known the Mustang Liniment andhav, I can be eft'ectedat L Charleston 0. 4 r For further particular apply toJWCALDWILLChrlsit.
as upon as pod terms.as purchases | No. 97 East_ ,. S. AMERICAN BRAJITDT--4th proof, In imitation of. -- :! .
no hesitation In 'recommending it as the best ar-I| the *orth. Tv.: MORRELL'Sf French,in halt pipes quarur and eighth casks. { Uo Loaf;in boxes and half boxes. of 16 loaves V V .* VV

tide we have ever rn cd for the cure of sprain a V V Old estlLbJLihed V stand. Savannah- Ga: Also on hand Fresh Camphene and Burning Do do 1st proof, in (barrels ,._ V. ach. : V BELLECHASSE Jt FINEGAN

rails,ents, bruises &c., on horses. march 24 Fluid, and every description of Lam and Chan HOLLAND Gvx-Pine'Apple, Anchor, Cologneand V po Crushed,In barrels. V Jacktoaville.'
AU who doubt this,.will please can on the ondersignod FAJLMUSTHOLESitK I deliers for burning the same, at,tho Manufactu. Clover Leaf Brands. V Do Ground or Pulverized In barre1a.V V B.. H V REID_ Palatka -
and they will be happy to afford all 1 WEBSTER AND | rers'prices. V ** WHiSKKi-IriahandScotchi Do Steam Refined Candy, ia boxes of 45 lbs.acb. feb. 100tr V '. : V

other information. \\fi'their power as re rd.ltJ.mcacI \ DEALERS INGROCERIES Agent for Blolfs Fire Proof Paint. .Do Monongahela, lit and 2d- ,ns1ity.Do e .. V V 'V *
&c. LU TZ DALL Co. O'Mara..littsburg, Sheaf.Rye and I Almonds,i best Bordeaux and Marseille, soft Opposition Line .
April 7-y 'yig
.:% ,. Proprietors Manhattan Stage Co. Bourbon.V *n&harulshell.V V -V '

Extract fom1ettcr. dated iSaccessors to A. Welles & Co.-at the old Johnston Crews & Brawley, Do Baltimore, Western' Rye and New bout Castile 23 Ibs.Soap each.of superior quality, in ..boxes of the JJ., S., '!l U; VV '

\:.- ACUJK1'1'O Citr, Cal., Ang 15, 1852. Stand,) IMPORTERS. AND WHOlWltE DEALERS IN -Old' V Jamaica Orleans.St.rectifiedBex Croix.'*", New Orleans Soap, ackson's, No.1. *V BX'IWIU' : V

. I believe the Mustang Liniment most 'an exT. NO. 195 BAY.STREET, V DRY .&DDS9KO. and New England. V I Corks, Velvet Wine, In bal., and bas of 7 r. Palatka, :Fla, .and .Sa'rannahGL.

.' ... ertWnt article.. My wile brought couple bot- SAVANNAH, GA. PCACII BUNDl'-old North"Carolina and Virginia gross each. \ V j V (JSmEALLTI1WAYV: "V,
: ties with ber. which I mni-t thank you fol rJj03.W.WEHSTER. F. PALMES. .181 EAST BAT,CIIAUL TON,8.C. vAPFLK V Do, common Fettle,bags 7 gross. I Puolata'-Black'
GEO. ;
Since she came here, my horse fell down wI. B AHDT-V -New Jersey V and North Carol Do-JugandTap, ," I.a. Via : T.1I1.:and JatktonvSlt.% VVflVVj

me, and injured me considerably, but broke r 101: BHN OS"ER A. JOHNSON,. 11 H, BHAWI.KT, V Do Velvet Demijohn, 4 and 5 gross &.jjja !! JBjriinwiei,'.,uf. Ja-

bones. ,I had recourse to the Liniment, and threlitf ] ] 'JWB .J1ER. A. J. CREWS' JAMES. BRAWtET, .COKDIALS:Noyean', Perfect Lovo, V AniuseU* Vinegar, White Wine,in quarter easks. Tien, Ga.L "

la fact the rurelI'&I juton hinjc. FACTORS AND COMMISSION Rose, Cinnamon and Peppermint.WisES V Do, Cider or Apple ia ba,. ..
(Signed) D. RAMSO I. V CHANTS, V: -=-Madeira,' Newton, Gordon-,Cossart &. SEOARS A large assortment of Rio.,,Hondas, t ..LV PAC ET

Extract frou a letter dated SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Jan I -., Co:, Leacock and Jardine, in 4 and J cub: Consolacion, Filantropa Washington,-alld.other: WEL4KACaptaiN! .

PISTTSBCBO. .Pa..Oct 5, 1952. nn ______ Port, Page's Key and other choice brands. I choice brands, of direct importation. Also Florida Kt.lsNq"IJeaIc.'trT.; 'Monday.noniar V *'
in' H-BEHN: JOHN F05TiK. McCARTER.,& CO., Sherry, pale, Daff Gordon & Co., Benitau *, Havana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes. T
fl.TjVS.'toemstance which 1 noticed unio, ftlii ; Arrive at-J ckaouilte lame
a dtysAglY._,.-.n/ .-ulgn1.r of the I jan27-6rr (5t'CCEI5\5U1\8TO M'CARTER &ALLEN,) other choice brands. -* TOBACCO P. Robinson's celebrated V Iloncy leaves evening and
virtues or the i\-J tanJ. Being In the office of V WHOLESALE Tla do Brown, Ao do. I. few[ | Ib. plugs;la whole and half boxes,of 100 at aU the Tuesday Intermed1&k morning at S o'clock, toBcalnr
a phystetaiftcf McMAHON &. DOYLE Do bs.. h. p..ae v .
high standing, I noticed as he Teneriffe, Ventoio'* London Particular e& V *

of opened the dour of his book-case, several bottle WHOLESALE DEALERS IN B DOSEIIIIS A I Dv.XTATI IERS. Cargodo. V Do 1toygh.and V Ready,V in kegs of about 100 Black Through Creek,Fare front. -Palatka. .. ..Picolata, ana,
MusU&g,aI ltJr'.ide .of which was an emptr Do Sicily Madeira quarter cask lb., .ch. V Fare V V .MOO I I0:3N.

Mustang bottle,and a two ounce preacelpl1bq n. IIOCII1EV" AND II111S1OS 'Corner'Sleclinz and linckney-sts., Do Malaga,dry and sweet, in 4 and | cask V Do Word's Premiamlobaeco, In 6'.,S'*,&n'd Throogh from'Jacksonville, ,6 00

al filled with Mustang Liniment. on which ; ,. Charleston S. C. LONDON POSTER-Byass' quarts and pint lib. V V {: B. The Welak V eo..ee. SvUli tb.
the following directions Hub the throat weli FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Do Scotch and East India Ale quarts k pint. Do Dorado, in boxes 40 to 41 Ibs.'each: ate..hlv.tat._. of Ocorgtaforr:FhiIa4..;;

night and morning with the Liniment, and wrap V NO. 190 BAY STREET CHAMPAGNE CIDER Boxes,one dozen each.' And a variety of other brands, in 6'.,8'., and phia..
aswrtment of LAW
a woolen eloUuround" J. P. FLEMING. : 161" A complete Do do Casks, three and six dozen each. t Ib. plugs. .

13.H.Meckiug.,IS)Walnut-street,Cincinnati, 1 (Opposite Messrs. Scranlan,Johnston & Co.) MEDICAL SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUSBOOKS WINE BITTERS-Boies, one dozen each, and n: Smoking Tobaeao.ia boxes of 5 and dozen,, K. R. DUKE, Palatka.

wa confined to,hit Lcd and under treatment ole 1 Formula occupied by Chiis. Hartridge, Esq. together with '.B L A N It BOOKS, draught. '" 4 and 8 os. papers. V V F..WA VEK&CO.*Jaeuonviu.

physicUn soinasix weeks,with neuralgia i of the XVANNAH, GEORGIA.JOHJtM'MAltON. PAPER and STATIONERY, of every Cordials assorted, do do. Wine Bottles-French and German Patent, fa: i S.1.L.LAFFITEAU. S,& ,.
whole<>fcu right *Ue. leg. krm and face; hit JAMES DOYLE.jan27.1y and Claret Wine, do do. hampers, one gross each. V 11 Feb.21tfV V .- .
.njr.riaigs wre indescribable: and the only cessation '. description,kept conslaalyoh hand, offered Madeira do do. Flasks-Quarts, pints, and half pints. V

from tho moL iignnulng pain was while at the lowest priced jan6-6m Port. do do. Demijohn-1, 2,3, 4, and 5 gallons. United States ,Mail Line "::

under tho influence of opioui or morphine. His ArNDERSONS :- Sherry do do. Candles-Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine.} BXTWXS3 :

doctor finally advised him to try the Mustang alt O3 HOTEL Champagne, in baaketsone dozen each, quart Pickles and Sauces 'j.1"Palatka

Liniment; he did M, and id two days was able togo to'ACHJ1ts ANt 6EI1UAL I CHARLESTON and pints-Flag, Ileidseiek, Bouche, Calhounand TEAS--Hyson, Imperial, and Black. ,,Fla., a Savannah, Ot
about hit business, perfectly cured. COMMISSION MERCHANTS other brands. J&J1Iy ,
; }
A VOiCE FROM THE SOfTO. ATASt. A.CJ. D. MIXER. The above comprise some of the finest Wines j ',
Via Picolita
V Black Creek JaJaunirittA
.' The Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used .W..AXDF.nSO'W.. ANDERSON, 1 1.1aCJtSOf. Meeting street, between Ihyne and Pinckney, .imported.____ Fla.. and St. Mar ift., Brunnrici.Uanen '
in J.
ray family, and _
on my plantation, for a great -1Y I CHARLESTON.. S. C. n
variety diseases requiring an external api' "** STATE OF 'FLORIDA (ia. -
. .thm: and has never ( led to give JpT "ate re- STOVK DEPOT jan 6-ly Let and effect permanent cure. I bavo cured PROPOSED AMEXDMESTS JESL nnHE STEAM PACKET WJ

several cases rhenotatism that had resisted the AND GENERAL. FURNISHNG WARE- 1LCommission_ SSENJ OP .SAID STATE THE, COXSTITUTIOS: Valuable Sugar and Cotton .&|lg& QASTOSCapt.T.E.SHAW.

skill of onr best physicians. It has cured ring HOUSE. leaves Palatka every T1 uraday. & at
Dlercliant. &doptedby the sixth V
worms by a single application; cbillblains in a 10 12 AND J.lIARURD General Assembly. Land in Florida. o'clock. : : V
few days; tooth* ho immediately; front bites BTBEET SAVASSAH, 0E3.T WHOLESALE DEALER V [No. 1.- undersigned offers the Arrives at Jacksonville V V V
E Subscriber most THE following &- same evening and
respectfully AN ACT alter
cut, cores and corns, by a few applications a In Groceries and to and amend the Fourteenth and I I for leaves on Friday
; nervous call at his Establishment, where effort Liquors. Property sale, vis < morning at S o'clock, touching
headache cured entirely .la fact, I have every Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Arti le, His SUGAR PLANTATION at all the intermediate
point .
known '
be St.
used it for aJotort will made to give satisfaction. The largest NO. 139 EAST BAY; and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of a* above.
everything, and it has always and most varied assortment of Cooking and Par CHiRtliSTOir the Fifth Article of the Constitution of Josephs situated in St. John county, at the (JtJ-N.B The new steamer-
cured. I 6. C. this
consider it the best medicine I have I head of Matanzas River, in Graham V
lor :5to"epl. from the best Manufactures. All V Stater'SEC. Swamp,
% cSt.JollB ''
ever used. WM. JOHNSON, kinds of Ware, Hardware, Cuttlery, jan 6lyCOITOICT containing 1300 acres, of which about.800 are of ,

Proprietor of the Mart.hallllonse. Wooden-ware, Brnshe,Guns-single and double JENNINGS & CO. \.-Be ittnacttitbv the Senate and Jfmue. rich loam, based on marl; 500 are well cleared, now nearly finished,will be put on the V&..,

-V VASSAH, June 2j, 1852 barrels, Pistols,Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps, of Rtprttentativet of the State of Florida in General thoroughly ditched and at' present under cultivation The' Steamer WnGam Gaston '...eete
A.K.-Moore &c., tis. Also constantly all Wholesale\ and Retail De Jlpfs in Auembty convened That the fourteenth I ; about 65 acres of well re-supplied and with the mew York
Esq., ese of the editors manufacturing Steamers Satarday.
and proprietors Clause of the third Article every -.
kinds of Plain Ptanit'hedand of the Constitution of: plant cane. Oentrally located on the plantationis V
nf the Savannah (Ga.) Republican Japaned Tin-ware, SADDLES BRiDLES this '"
; State be -
In that paper of the 201 h December 1851 Dntopheno and Burning Fluid constantly on so altered and amended as to read a superior Steam Engine,with Sugar mill and hrough'-Fare from I PieoIaU <
follows vii aa
: as "There shall
a.Our snys hand. [Cjan27-ly J. J.MAU1UCE.EEICE SADDLE ff CARPET BAGS. : be a Secretary of complete Sugar works, capable of manufacturing Black "
.___. ,.L jtrsonal._ .I..u experience.r enables. us to recom- HAUXKSS State elected by the qualified voters of this Stateon 10 to 15 hbds per day, and saw miD attached Creek V 1rOIS ; V
"''14 Trough Fare from Jacksonville .
'leXJean JlUIIla.ng J.tniment to'' the'' the first ,: CMAGXTTS. ':
public with confidence, have & WHIPS, VALISES &C. &c. fcC. Monday in October, in the year 1356, running two single saw. Also, finely situated VV V ,
as we felt the good TRUNKS who shall continue in office
I 4pADER during the term of r on pine land and
effects commanding a view of the whole A. E. HERTZ
u'prailled ankle, which NO. Paladk.
received 165 MEETING STREET four and he shall
years; keep a fair register of the plantation a comfortable two V
benefit V story and attio '
great from BISBEE
& CO
one application, and has been official ,Jacksonville. .
Opposite Charleston Hotel., acts and proceedings of the Governor name
and I dwelling house
cured Bay containing ten rooms, and CLAGHORN
c.ceiisionally using it for week. street & CO. Savannah.
shall ,
Mr./ Y.M. h1, of the firm Murphy, Gait AT all time keep a Sa'l'annallt,of.fine jan 6-ly CHARLESTON, (. c. minutes, when and required vouchers,lay relative the same thereto,and all papers, necessary out buildings. The works and build Feb.24-tf ; VV ".
before ings all in
the are.
It Co, rf this city, that the CLOTHS, V : complete i order (ot'immediate'occupation. -
says use of the General V
Mustang Liniment be has CASSIMERES Assembly, and shall perform such other Also a fine stock of several hundred FOR .PBrTT.ATl"RT.PTTTA V
received more benefit VESTINGS, HARD'V ARE. duties as be of
baa from other may required him by law: Provided head mixed Durhams, and common breeds of *
any rnacdy he has used, and Which they"prepared to make to in That the -
measure term of office of the cattle
Secretary of and a stock of about 80
now feels better than be has for the last eli years. he best manner. AlsoReadymade COURTNEY TEWWENT & Co State to be elected under this : full breed West Unit d- States .
F speak fur tlieua elro. comments V ,, amended Constitu India Sheep,which will be sold with the plantation Mail Line.Philadelphia .
,.-Dalton Times Feh. 10. are anneoessary Clothing.; DnlECTtMPORTF.nSOF ion, shall not commence until the term of office if desired or separately. ,

Rhevniatum.-[hia is,to that A large Stock of FINE Clothing, of good ma i.HARDAVARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, PIS of the officer now elected shall expire. V ALSO.'; i ;; ; -- .
certify my wife t terials well SEC. 2. Be it further enacted That the The :anil Savannah Sleaat Naviga-
was ..jj'tedpith and made. TOLS, &c., V4't twenty tract.bon as ''St. Ann, containing ,
She had.suffered for severe months chronic with rheumat the sni. With a large variety FANCY ARTICLES, No. 35 Hui/ne Street, Vt Clause of the third Article of the Constitu- 675 acres, mostly of high heavy hammock and t ion. Company.HE "":* .i kc

rnifiiatiqgBtiat had tried rheumatic iae4exh Hats Caps, Canes, Umbrellas, Shirts, Cravats, DallU'n 3 ma o of this State be so altered and amended as prairie, having rich soil from thiee to six feet' new and-splendid ..14.V .- !"
tornS ., Scarfs & & AU to read as follows, Viii A State Treasurer and I in based ). V V I ,wheel V
f>otta4%reiies1 and o. 0. of which will be WM. C. COURTNEY G.0. depth, ,on mar V ltcs.nishipV"STATEVOP
everything reeoia- TEt4NEt4T" Comptroller of Public
amo old Accounts shall
at the LOWEST PRICES.V V be elected GEO&r.LV
for ALSO fcS3=
this JAMES B.EVASS. tD33=a
: -r J ud her pains u dsu None used of them Savannah,'March 4th, '1853. 10lyJWMsR.SYMONSr. jan 6-ly by the qualified electors of this State on the first The two tracts known-respcetirely u'") &V T w tons regisier,Capt.WALTER COLLINS .

"eentboUUof i one fifty V Monday in October in the year 1356,and every Compra" and VBclla .Vests,"- adjoining each will leave Savannah.as follow.V, -

her entirely., Mustang- Llnueu perfectly and"*eIT.i ad cue n" V D.A. .MnU R V two Sc years;it..thereafter..*' fti__._.&.jt- ?rfc tno-tu other. -,and M"n being at the head ana-cuntalDIlrr1n--.u and on the East V Wednesday,February -Wednesday- ,May- I 4.- V

I m.meDde, all of her friends to vw the Mustang DRAPER AND TAILOR MANOFACTDRER AND ;PEALER. IN taonth Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitu 1175 acres.. The Southern half of Main Compra, March '23. "V 'JUDe" I. V

V !. JAS/L. OLVER. V t .IQ DD C:9 l:1a tion of this State bo so altered and amended a,S which is of heavy hammock, and St.- Ana,. lie V a. April V 6., '. SmelL
avab, Jan. AWD DEALER IN to reatTas follows viII The Clerk of the i C!
Supreme immediately April
1S2 161 contiguous to St. Josephs .and 20"V JIUM2t. .
AX ECHO FlffiM TCCMrs. &REAJ)V-M ADE CLOTHING, .jan6-ly Court shall be and the of the Courts of Chancery, :night bo conveniently cultivated with it, thus Thij Ship has been built with the strietest n- V
V V WEI., NO. 17 WHITTAKER STREET CIIAIU.F.5ON, s. c. elected by the qualified electors of this I forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of gard to the safety and comfort of her "
Ii. V State upwards
of SL Louis the passenger,
on first in V
nursing a young Monday October in the of2000 The
"a year acres. balance and her
child, one nipple the V SAVANNAH, GA. Wholesale nat & Cap Warehouse, 1836, and four of. these two accommodationaare unsurpassed by any
becamn'el sore,and breast every years thereafter, and the i tracts is of Live Oak hammock based Or.
inflamed and few applications of Glove Syspender, Shirts, and Gentlemen1 7JO. 161, MEETING ST., opposite Charles Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by concreted shell slone on closely steamahip A on the coast. V V
the MoBtanj Liniment ii ton Hotel, Charleston.: The I the electors or coquina, favoring' mois new steamship now building in every re .
healed the undersigned qualified in such
articles ,
nipple Famishing manner is I ture and
relaorcd V generally. Iu as now of the first for Sea "
has Island spect to the
in Store quality equal State of
the and inflammation and is constantly receiving from his u or hereafter be Georgia, w ill take
l>reaat.. h-D 1' tio further trouble from with the it. aJ)27.1yBUTTER several manufacturers, all of the different kinds I C'EC'I.may ueiiju-rinrr. prescribed tnacira by, law.inac the I II under_and cultivation Tobacco They might be easily brnnrht her.Jlace in- the-. _lin n'_ dt1'___n... U.__._ ._ntJ.w.u va r.'ft'....
Kaimerous of HATS and CAPS suitable for I six having been in 'l'alspW next, and will, with the State of Georria'!-
ese ef this description have come AND ChEESE EMPORIUM southern teenth Clause of the fifth Article of the Con itn- cultivated in Cotter ,
o kuowledf.and it is always effetua1.4V t V BY and southwestern markets, to which he invites the tion of this State be, and the same is hereby so f frequently one bale ginned of which cotton the,yield was make a weekly line, leaving. each place on Wed
ftf St. lx>nishoda attention of merchants desiring good in his line. altered and amended as to to the acre. nesday.
very severe read as follows viz There is the
attack of inflammatory in her chouliden t.1 7iWii1 Having mauy years eiporieooo ia the business, he There shall be an Attorney General for the State on place a large number of sweet Cabin Passage from Savannah to Philadelphia -- V
rheomat.t ,
anas, and hack. the most 4; 5 Eattera'himself that in prices and quality his who shall reside at the seat of Government it range rees, and pomegranate an extensive, fig, lemon and peach ) -. r : ': $25
goods cannot be excelled. D.A. AMBLER shall bo his' ; sour orange V grove, all Cabin passage from Savto New Yorki 25
exenciatiog pains some ten days,without duty to attend all i
SATVAtfNTHT GEORGIA sessions of the o f which, with "
attention ,
ob proper ,can be Steerage
General easily 9
relief .
tll'uy try the from Mustang her lhrscan.. TWO she wa WHOLESALE DEALER INBUrrl'EIl N. A. COHEN & JOHN, act, to draft Assembly and submit, and to upon the the General passage Assembly of any! restored All ofthe to their above once tracts promising condition.V C. A. L.i.A r.1i.Agent in: Savannah.- *

cent bottles f. Importers Dealers of at the are situated between HERON t MARTIN. V .*
AND same session
e1eU perfect care. CHEESE V all necessary forms of pro- one or two mils from the ocean of
The Jnimen\. put np in 2c, 5 Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods ceedings under such laws, which when approved,l location, and in convenient communication; healthy with Fcb.24-tf Agent in PhIladelphia.V' V

and 91 bottles. -- bttes contain DIRECT THOU NO. 175 EAST BAY shaft! be published therewith, and he shall per- ho City of St. Augustine, being about i .
u three of the 2Ta bottles. $1 bottles GOSHEN NEW YORK. form such other duties as may.bo prescribed by miles to the South thirty I
( lain much cn Opposite Corner S. S. Farrar & Bro. law he by land. and about the same NEW. YORK
as <4ght of the 25o bottles. $1 jan27-ly ; shall be elected by the qualified electorsof .distance by water, by the Matonzaa River.'
bottles hold one pint, they are cheapest. V V jan6-6m CHARLESTON, s. C, this State, on the first Monday of October. in

AiG.'UKAOG&Co.;sole prorrietor of the tho year 1856, and every four years thereafter, ALSO, PACKETThe 1INE''
!teJ'Mustang Liniment, Principal offices. MllIliIEIIIIICSOL K New Stock of Spring Goods. but may be removed by the Governor, on the address miles The tract known as "New Hope," lying 16

a N.Y.,and cmerrhid and Mar oCtw(tbird of the two Houses of the (General by water Northof Augustine and be- '

st tit. Louis, Mo.V WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Assembly, and shall receive for his services t ween the North river and Guiana creek both .

OLIVER T. a compensation to be fixed by law: Prorided. nuvagablc for large boats. It contains 575 acres
LV General Agent fur the DEALERS IN liUEStll! That the term of office of the of hammock and pine land,and is well situated .
:; PAINTS. OILS WINDOW UjUlU, UUUUillfU Attorney Genera New and Regalar line of Packets
GLASS and adapted for Sea betweea
304 frc. to be Island
N. V.D. elected under this cotton and stock
No. amended Constitution New
Broadway 301 East York V
South the Jacksonville
MUSTARD, SPICES, & SNUFF, Hay. of Post Office, shall not commence until the rai$ng. ,and 'Palatka,composed
term of
MCCUEN, ULOODOOD k BOUSE, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES &c. CHARLESTON, S. C. officer now elected shall office of the ALSO, by the new fast-sailing schooners' V .
A:M. HEED, expire. 9300 Joseph Grle.270 tons
appointed AND LAKDRETH'S SEC. 5. Be it further enacted That' acres unimproved landat Salt Spring," A.RCXIERS.Com'r.
Agents for the sale of the celebrated Mexican GlnnO '8 BUILDINGS GARDEN SEEDS mItE Subscriber offers for sale a well-selected tions shall be conducted and the, returns said thereof elec: a it the north end of Lake George, on the.St.equ J.rllieyoaklfJJtonsj. S. ROGERsCem'' ,,

Mustang Liniment in JacsonVIIAeo fnrsale SAVANNAH JL- assortment of the'above Goods,specially made in the manner now prescribed John river,immediatel west Drayton lalmd. : will ply V regularly between the ports ".,
which '
or -
ts and village jan27.6m adapted to the Southern trade hereafter be The track embraces "Salt "JDUn New York, '* ,
in United Storkepr every which will be sold may prescribed by law, for the VV Spring" and "Salt
the. H at the lowest rates for cash or approved tion of member to Congress from this clcc Spring creek,"which Dearly & divides U V JOSEPH GRICE Water M**
A U D W ARE: paper. State "
march 24 ; ; Agents in Jacksonville >
Merchants visiting the city are invited to an and it shall be the duty of the Governor to issue through its whole length, and is navigable-from -
V I HAVE on hand, and am constantly receiving inspection of the stock. commissions, under the seal of the State, to the I he river for boats of thrw or four feet draught. BISBEE &'CANOYAi VV : ?

V Spiritualist's Library. a full supply of Hardware ; consisting of R. A. PRINGLE, persons receiving the highest number of votes for I ,The land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the first ,Agent in Palatka .L ,;,t,

V Cutlery Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws Cross Cut SO East Bay Sonth of the Post Office the said several offices. quality. entirely free from Palmetto of any kind K.. :

..PARTRIDGE k BRIT", Saws, lioes,Chains, Nails,Axes,Blacksmith and jan 6-6m V Charleston S ,C. SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY._Passed the House :and thought to be good cotton land;together with All goods'dire t.ed to their care will be promptly
forwarded. '
Wew Carpenters'Tools, and all other articles usually of Representatives by the Constitutional some considerable bodies of cabbage and live .

HAVE acmpleta. ortment of Books and kept-in my line of business.* January 3, 1853. Passed the SonatA majority by the'., ;oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. V September 4th. 1852. 23-tf __ _jResralarly
to the HOPKINS, Agent. South Carolina Paper Manufacturing Constitutional The location also embraces facilities for
d.-votd majority January 6 1853. constructing for'.Lake .Monroe.
&d advocacy of S"irtuli" faetlpbiOlpbr No. 177 Congress St.. Savannah, Ga. Company. i one of the largest and most practicable water V : ..

CUDDlY in any qlatlty. the mnit fnvnra-" jan27-1y ___ OFFICE 01' Kef.nff.tt-v AW G.,i.w p 1 power* OSV indenendADt.- .----- -- Sits.__ _P.w.._ .C._._.".L._' V I. 'VINGhavingbe.npurchaaed V.1tUiAaamer"MRAHJSP.AJ.IJ'
knL ,We peter to toe cpmtaai fo; Capitol,' Tallahassee &:' spring;the waters of lake Cherchell about four '. by Or..
list of Telegraph JNO. COQPKIt T11E Subscriber, Agent of tho above March 25, J I miles in 'A.S.SFEEK;has resumed her reguhtf. .
a CO CompaJL J
THE our SPIRITUAL Hooka prices rate of. postage, &0. $ ny, Legs leave to inform V ,the CHARLES W. DOWNING,Secretary of State made available length by one mile in breadth;.may be trips. fcomJJacksonvilla .to Lake Monroe-Hoach- .
(; State by canal of
Cot a about 16
is WHOLESALE Florida do chainsin '
a ,
AND hereby
RETAIL DEALKR 1.1 certify the lug at the intermediate
weekly paper, devoted to the Elucidation of, Books Printers and Publisher foregoing to be a true and correct of the ;length yielding an inexhaustible supply with V V She"will .leave landings.' VV
Sptuallelen ad contains a record of I . Stationery, that the extensive Mill of the South Carolina Pa- original on file in this office. copy V ;a fall of at least 18 feet. The spring itself, the morning at S o'clock;JacksonviDe: 'at every Satordr
., &e A interesting CORNER per Manufacturing In Testimony Whereof I have water, of which has been'an3.11Iedby .Prof. j arriving. PalatksVsame I
discussion, very .WHITAKER & ST. JULIAN STS. Company is now in full ,operation hereunto Chelton evening. V y .
of the of New
Manifestations is fat and philosophy, of the< ,'a Hangc, manrfactnring '.r affixed my signature and the Great Seal of uable York,and shown' to be of val Leave Palatka every V')fond j .inomtng'"I $7' r f
SAVANNAH., J BOOK AND KBW.S, PAPER. r the State Florida.J" Done,at the medieval properties, is Of capacious dimensions -
publcaton Capitol, o'clock for 1 '
between Dr. IL Richmond and.S. of all S in the being 60 ; Enterprise 1.arriving:;at Enterpris: *;
sizes :.in
An the back, J.10. M COOPER, VTX. A. OLCOTT.; .I. KSAPP.Printing and of the best quality. City Tallahassee, on Monday, the yards diameter and most the same night. V' : .
naatberi can.be furnished. Suboriptiolliorice V _ 23th day of March A. eligibly and picturesquely located., : .
,tl iO ; w '" ALSO, D.1853, and seven- in a Its,position VV The' Sarah Spalding carries the U. 8, Halt
.aent rant, '' per.&UnllQ Specimen copies ard BooIJn'nding executed with"ttf MANILLA WIlAPPjrai: \ ty-seventh year of the Independence of the commereialor-agrjcuIttiraIpoit. :'or Tiew'with from Palatka to EnUrpris. She will be M ov r-.' .
VVV > : _, V suitable for Grocers,. Hardwareltoilers &e. ,United States America. > advantages in constructing a boat canal hauled" .to be in
The V ond as exwdleafeonditlon'ft: :
} ineres'sing JnUrttt and 1t despatch. of >rtt .
of rapid occurrence No pains or expense has been spared to render C. DOWNING, only,a few miles across to the Gulf of Mexico, service and'the accommodation of
facts Foreign Books
demand more space and ad litional .aer- imported to order. at Y.prices. it equal to the best Northern Milla all 1 must before very long, draw the attention of the -' aaQDce. r- t
Vices, and FeblO-tf V V ; the latest Secretary of State. 'BISBEE'It CANOVA-- .
Telegraph, (Volume II, to'com. :and most approved pl:1ntcrs anIVmerntAnfVtm..A:lertiJ__ _.. ---.. c--' ;
mono So'May.next,), will be greatly enlarged,. Parclimont Paper Letter-Copying 1. duced into the same.machinery having been intro WATCHES AND JEWELRY.: ,.'--n i.- ;"-n'ALSO' -April 23tf. __; .___._"_Agen:, -.,.:.
after wbirfv the price will be Two Dollars. All Two tracts .
TUli SltEKLV BOOK.i.-Thialaper livery tough; shows orders promptly attended to by containing 5000 acres on the w'est Circuit Court,-Eastern Clrealt of Fl. l*> V V
.,(II. Volume II, is being issued and 4500 on the east side of <
JOSEPH .fiu- Johns
Monthly; and Is devoted to mental and copy and offers WALKER, tnHiUD1J't! about 12 miles liver, .da,.Dural.ConntjsSanm -.V -' -" -
Spirltua the ftJKAgent East above
advantage cf texture Bay, .Palatka'and kevin '
J5c5enc II and surface which CHARLESTON UItU AiR : a VV
; $ ,
contain may
raany important facts P river front each ; Bryant TJoseph. "
profound amid be written upon without spreading. The Books V V South Carolina, V.. where in the of about:,four' miles in j extent. ,
expAsitions of the psychological. on are well bound ..Wholesale P vicinity of Savannah, are In- That on the west of the river U of : VV V
and mostly
V paged and .sold formed. that pine
which are at the perCornm'nWarebiouf; the
they depend. Each subscriber has .s&feri V
.number and Sarah
contains at manufacturer's in on band, and i II swamp lands and embrace the.site-of R, InChaicery'
least pages'original matter, from the abler ties. prices single.ones or ia quanti, I "- constantly receiving from the best and most'res English Indian trading store,of'Panton Lcsly the& Baker, his wife Calvin. I "
contributors, and is cubflliriied Constantly on hand,' pectable manufacturers in the Co. -
a V V V V now known as Bryan and others. ;J"HThavIng
portrait, V "Hambly old -
oa steel .of OBIS ,Spiritualist PArENT DOUBLE LEVER LARGE STOCK' OF' MOND; RUBY.'PEARL, and othefJIwEL- is its store, ., which : .
or Reformer COPYING WRITINO PAPERS beginning been ,
runs thence made to pptai"i affidavit
It Y south to Uial.JL .
Terms $3 per annum. OF EVERY DESCRIPTJON, and sterling Silver Ware 'such V the -,
._ PRESS. as widow Pangree' "old "
fields S. Baker
V V : TABLE thence west and Joseph and Sarah R.,1 wife tw*
first volume of the'Shektoah' WrappIng.Pagera of all 'and''V V '
is elegantly ,With this prellcopi8l are 'taken with more kinds Assorted Colored Pa-. TEA SPOONS north to e point opposite the beginning, The ofthe defendant la this cause,reside beyond the;.
printed and
irtI.t1obea and .boundl&nd.ta; intrinsic' merits and ease, and much quicker.than with tile Screw Cards per, : :5IT.VERPLA1'ESand FORKS, ,V:one on the east ride of the river lies betweed limits of this State and 1m-the State of Georgiai...
lo -
a place in Press plain, enamelled, .Printlng'InkK V WAITERS the places known "
and other as nJI'a1o OninotionofR.Dorman
every ordinarily in use. It does V TEA Ellaff'and VMoont ,Solicitor
not for.complalaV
Library Pricsi I la and colored V SETTS *
$llomuHn'$2OO.1DOfOOOO"V, lettered and V gilt, quire fastening down, and.,.Is! not liable to get V 'SAUCERS, ,' V V Tucker. Besides a large body of well timbered ant, it is ordered'thauotice'be given iacontf.'
{ V oat of order.; J' V'V .AGENT FOR JOHN T. pine lands, it contains some excellent published in this
A WHITE hammock newspaper cireuit tie-
liberal : TUMBLERS ; ,, requiring ,
tfiioorfnt: made to the Trade. PAP V.IV : ,
...... -. --- .Address,- MET.4LL'ICDjJIPF.N7 I'. Type and StereotvTMi. Wnnmtr., : SOUP .,., ,aiTTfM and several well wooded bloffijandeligible 'sites aid Joseph S. Baker and. Sarah R. hi wift
? frr'ia fnm _._ ttvj,
.. 1.
V "V 1.'Ln..LUIUU.4'W JJILlrIAN -- ----- -- -., r -- --- --_ ..WJ."' VV resid.nceL._ _.,_ T?* & ....& ,____ .. _. I 11.1)1)0:11'11I.8' .n.__ v.." .ftt..A.a'It
: '. NV3 CourtUndt Street New York.y Superseding the: use of,the Brush..\Vet Cloth V V V -. RJHOE: t..CO.:, PIE:ICE CREAM CAKn'FItUIKN1VESScJlJD tract has- bcen'reduced n -or -td--2940 elA ''T' W\e.-1I"el within four'months VVVV "_ :-
and acres.and the ; otherwise said hill II5flVVtaken.
snail one
Blotting Paper, (saving all the Printing Press and V V the
time Circular on eart 1
and trou Havr JXa/i'W! side of the river to 3406. It is :pro.confcsso
ble incident their fSILVEUDE8ERTipICKLE ,.against them, and tbatt
use ) with it nd however' .
; that the
a perfect '
deficit V
,JIAYNARD& will be order be
U copy NOTES' V aiadeup : published as .aforesaid
-V week
4oV4u1tnra1Warohouo and mar always be secured with BUTTER.KNIVESrNAPI ; Proposals ,once a. ;i9'
The any press.V .Celebrated V V for purchase will.be. seivedvir: 'A seeutiyely tot four months - -,- --
'nB Writing Inks., IUNG ; .
1 are the'sile'and t.T.rCELL'4R
"t.: .V. ., : xclnsive ,and Esq. New'Orleans :.
> .
: : EE.n.STOMj >" A gents for Georgia and Florida for the above ar- :Aflthe&bovf at'M. nuract r prices-: V KNIVES.:.- : : V Esq. sfNew/TorVBenJamln Johtt f eck, WA.FO1tWARDJ.dp&4..
'j. V. ;:V 1\.t PI1, ft C* 23Putont..X.V.' ticks,'.and J ba..t11&d(arrangements by"whl h 24pf5.- "" h' :' Silver plated Speons; Forks and LadJe.l Cake Baltimore$ George LavenderEsq: .1acksoaTiUe5th Msreb -l8S'Sldm'I

V c ;'. 0 DIFFER FOR SALE eta gejao7ect aeserlV : they are enabled diJpo of them at the mah1l:. V VV Baskete-Castors,")>Vaiterg.Snuffer and Tray Augustine, East, Florida Washington,oft ; Esq.. of St .COUutbat.s,atCJiaa1Mn. .'
V V f ? ]
< myself the
F balance "
.i? JtAetIt; Agricnltnral t&t.llrr'prt Ivory Handle Knives
and ;and silver place J V
-UlrtlcuUnral plated .j V VV A
Jt 1iP
.V ,r;, jilsmeaU' eouslsiigij of Plows :; : on bteeL Table and Desert Knives V : .' 'j.JfSEPH : State of florida r VllernamldoCQu,178. > '
,, ,and Casting*, Corn :'ansngM Copwng' .' 1trtrng f&i !J) { ,:fine twenty- M.. HERNANDEZ V .
; eshdkf* Straw Cutters ff4:8h: one.;day;Marble Mantle j' 17t.
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