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 23, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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from rtkur't,Home Gazette.. PROCEEDINGS OF THE .... .
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H U Road: Convention, at 'T 11aWuaec. commenced Southern portions of the State have annabl mightte!adopt her preferred Toute Tie, Contention then adjourned:,". aYe:away here:in lotteries and there never

OrlentIJD.5t1Ce.r with their works of improvement directly. -,of_.the ,Flint and .- ,:w. D.. MOSELL'FreijdezzI.QW.E.M.Cavns Mas a Road which, until yesterday when.it
In an energy that well deserves success ;; Chattaboocb.ee, and build a rival road few '
"conformity,with previous notice, a a reached ChattanoogatLathad to rely '
r. H. COOKI. Railroad Convention and your Committee indulge a lively Tiope mzlcsabove'us in' Georgia.. In such case R. 3. fA1S "
assembled at Tallahassee : entirely upon its own intrinsic ,.support na
that .
"Tb l present TrtOea not ear nay. liev.nte8U on Monday, the 6th of June, 1853, and j 1 ey will speedily reap the'rich rewardof no one can fail to see embarrassment .:Fiiiaysoj* }&cr.tt.ar't the Central and State Road which- has made-
most solemnly he ia a Turk, too. HeArt was organized by the selection of ex-Gov deerts. and disaster that would-result to" us' in the :. EDWARD HOCBTOON. j Georgia great. The perseverance, the en'teiprise
; a turban and a baird like another,and u ernor WM. D. MOSELEY of Leon Another, and your Committee believe, the prosecution of our work. : the indomitable UI'XYO'tbatState
aU for the eack practice, BismilahTu.cu.At' for !)President and W. E.,M. COUSINS county, of greatest! enterprize now in contemplation "In conclusion,.your .Committee bring np I. ,Letter from Col. Ward.. under adverse circu mstncee command

Hamilton, R. J. MATS, of Madison, JOHN within your State, is the Road by which very encouraging accounts from"the various I:our admiration and afford us a use(at exaaKi '
stately Georgian maid the extreme Eastern and the extreme Wes of To the Editor of the'sentinel';
She came,that FnoAYsos,Jefferson, EDWARD HOUSTO'UN, parts our State-our people arousing i pie. Let us; profit by, it. Savannahtoo1"
A queen in her despair, of Leon, and A. J.FOIIEMAS of Gadsden. tern portions are.to be connected. This i is from their sleep, awakening: from' their SIR::-In a.') UerjromJadge'Broome to :ought well la recollect when .she stood pre. 'ill '

Veiled only by the loosened braid' county, as Secretaries. the enterprise that involves the interest, and lethargy. The east, the south, the- ,west reactive the edhor pf,the, FJoridian' repntHsled by ,,cisely ia the same position that, w* do now

Of her abundant hair. Delegates present from Savannah and the challenges the support of every section of preparing for their workof developeaient you, the writer has dor.e.me the hoaor, more fighting the same battle*-contesting for
? the State. It affects the interest '
rich wares one little hour Brunswick and Florida Railroad Company, directly or and improvement. ot Middle than once, to make reference to'language of .the. -same principles of State policy. fSh
In Its indirectly, of every citizen within her limits, is preparing to unfold her mine the the Internal
the work of time, were invited to take seats in the Conven- rea on subject Improve. cannot have forgottoa the slrnggle In; heir
Had she like*stainless flower tion, and participate in its deliberations.A and essentially and vitally the Middle District hidden treasures. The presence of so largea meat of our State. .1 shall endeavour brieflyto Legislature, .Vben it.was debated whether
Yet looked and such portions of the Eastern and lepresentatioa in with vindicate my position. she should be true to herself and.feer.owik
for crime! call being made on the State of Florida thi Convention
Too beautiful Western as live on the line of its route. the solemn and its In the letter alluded Judge Bsaystha ) ,whether she should with
by Counties, for delegates, it appeared thatno e:1re takn seaport, or connect
Her lip was firm, though well she knew section of the State Middle Floridawas We say every section of the State, becauseno proceedings, i LJ a guarntee'thathe rk is "he"prefers above all other routes the one South Carolina and throw her trade into the

The fatal doom was near; represented. Delegates except were one will doubt but when once that roadis begun i in carncst, anI wi carred 1 itscomplt'lioii" from Jacksonville or St. Mary to Pensaco lap or Charleston. Muscogeeand ,CoJam-
cheek the marble hue present completed pvery part of the State will la." This case'is little remark low
On her white from Hamilton, Madison Jefferson Leon beingthe a bus stood by her, so did the :country,
"Was not the gift of fear. and Gadsden who .having their connect with it by short roads. This is the ''Your Committee cannot forbear a wordon able first, that at a public meeting. where.I and Georgia became tbe Empire State of the
credentials the great and paramount enterprise that has the subject of our ability to execute this advocated the project of the Central Atlantic South. Her brilliant success- has vindicated
And yet, on every visage there, Contention proceeded to fought us together on this occasion. Andnow work. It be asked and views should
business.J. may probably will Gulf Railroad our have so her policy. Let it not ofiend that..follow
And in each ruthless eye; as we approach the consideration of be,'is Florida able-has she capitalcanshe utterly conflicted, and secondly, that\vtile in her steps.' _

That met her gaze of calm despair, C. McGehee offered the following resolution the different subjects that will come up for accomplish so gigantic an undertaking 1 he says, "if our whole strength was concentrated 1 have said that it i¬ oar policy to lam

Was written-She must die! : discussion, your Committee most.earnestlyand We answer confidently, s.'ie can. Let all on that line success would be certain,** our backs upon our brethren oCEastFluri-

A boat, well manned by sable slaves, Rewired That a Committee be of three from each respectfully invoke at your hands a her people unite anI help according to their he.should have devoted his whole "strength"to da. They are not deceived in thin matter.

Rows from the smiling shore; County business for represented the Convention.appointed to arrange spirit of kindness, candor, conciliation, and means. The farmers and the large promote the success of the Savannah They look at it with too much intelligence

A dark form parts the heaving waves, Which laid the table. harmony; knowing that without union and planters, the mechanic, the merchant-every line.Now to be humbugged by the idea that it will be
was on
They close, and all is o'er. On motion of G. K. Walker the .concert, in work requiring our united class and description of the community, and sir, I assert that the two schemes easy to connect a"-Road the Sti. Johns
delegatesfrom energies, disappointment and defeat are what can we nut do 1 There is no man of a Central Florida Road debouching on with contemplated road from Peiuaeola
Back to the feast, whose mirth and wine Georgia were invited to address the inevitable. And on the other hand, ifve who cannot if he will, take and pay for the St. John's and a road which abandoning to be Safannab..The-bow that Savannah

Might deeper memories drown! Convention ; which was responded to by I can harmonize and together, there can some stock. An immense amount of stock Florida in the Middle debouches at Savannah is not going to furnish money to",build A

What reck we that within the brine Mr.Gen.Bartow Blackshear, delegate from Savannah, and i' be n doubt or in the accoml'iisb. I may be paid in labor, provisions, materials. are antagonistical, and that they ate road and permit them to draw off the tradeof
An erring heart went down Thomas county, rep ment of the \fork. act Besides we feel assured that if we act with so considered by Savannah, is evident from that road to the St. Johns.;Sir,the peopleof

Long, long ago, in those dark eyes resenting load the Brunswick. and Florida Rail- There arc two er ., unJer; either, pr the energy that becomes the enterprise, the language of the Savannah press. They the East have not forgotten a period

The flash of guilt was o'er, Company.A both of which, this J niy 111 tuilt. Tile tongress, at its next session \vill make a exhort their people to seize this Florida when in connection with a political canvass

And voices murmured from the skies, discussion now arose relative to the Central Atlantic and Gulf Ilaii : noad, and grant of land, as she has done in other route, because otherwise all of Florida will and other party issue, float the vote of the

sin !" order of business, which was participated in the Penscola and Ge 'rgia Hail!U.ad char.: I similar cases, for the construction of the unite upon the Central Florida Road and the East because I opposed inyselt abruptly to
"Come no more
by G. K. Walker U.K. Call, Robert Butler, I The former of flr road that will of the theGulf be forever favor of divisionof
ter. ; aer pn.HJ a I : not only insure the completion advantage access to a tide of public opinion in a
WENDELL, Mass.A Sr., B. F. Whitncr J. E. Broome, E. C. Roa.] to commence in at Flori t.1, 011 t.Olne j of the work but wil pay a large pro. lost to Savannah.I the Territory.' The same question is virtually

Cabell B. C. Popeand other distinguished tributary of the Allan IC t,1eanj ad pss portion of the cost of UuJer al the cir hold it to be sufficiently admitted by at issue now,'and I exhort my fellow

Child's Thought. gentlemen, and several resolutions and projects through the State to fit lOa triliury to the I cumstances congratulate citizens t Judge Broom that the charter granted last citizens of the Middle, that however alluring

were"offered, which were, on J. E. Gulf of Mexico west 'f the r'tatach cola I I upon our present prospects, and earnestly winter to the Pensacola and Georgia Rail- the idea of the railroad hence to Savanna

The idea which runs through these lines and Broome's renewing the motion of J. C. Uiver. The latter 1'0 Ides for e4, noa from, !|I appeal to all to join with energy in } road was impolitic, and to guard againstthe may be, it is a question of dismemberment
is and naturally carried McGehee for the of
which beautifully
BO Committee
out it is said was expressed by a little boy five of ,three from appointment each a Pellsaco1a to some poi ,t on tIle :, er'l :or :; great anJ'good work." possible consequences of this error, he that carries with it,in my humble ,opinion,

years old. The whole piece is true to a child's that Committee.The county, submittedto Southern boundary J ne of Il.Ilt Stat: of j The resolutions of the Committee: afterI urges what !-Why that we should furnish the indefinite postponement and perhaps utter

tuicv. Georgia ; which point is to II ed IIY a I amendments, were adopted unanimously. the means to enable Savannah to profit by defeat of the high hopes which we have

0, 1 long to lie, dear mother, President said Committee appointed the following board of directors und the dire.' of the | As adopted they are in the following the blunder. I will not pause .here to inquire conceived of the dignity and resources of
gentlemen : stockholders. 1 words : why it is that in common \vitb many the seagirt State. *
On the
and ,
grass From Hamilton-\V. E. M. Cousins: J. .Your Committee a.o satisfied that the of our community I should have so entirely When .fir t' addressed you a, letter on
but the above head
nought sky my F. 1st. That the time has coma farFlorid
And the shadowing clouds that Trippe.From people of Savannah G orgia, il.ten.1 to con. Iesorcd. the werk of internal improvement misconceived the views of Judge Broome at this, subject, sir, it was with ihe :sole purpose -
pass. Madison J. C. McGehee comence
B. :
C. Peiiacola! Railroad.The of the of this act. Certain misrepresentation
nect thatcity with b- a by the construction of railroads, and the time passage of correcting a personal
And I want the bright, bright sunshine, Pope, R. J. Mays. city authorities have very recently sub ui by her geographical form, her important sec it is, that I am for the first time to learn to myself. I bad no 'intention 'then

All round about my bed, From Jefferson-John Finlayson, W. 'J. scribed a million of dollars for that purpose, ton!arc co widely separated, it is the more necessary that he did not co-operate with those who nor shall I permit myself to be drawn Jnto

I close my eyes and God win think Bailey, E. C. Cabell. ; which has been ratified unanimously by the that those cocutctious.2d. distant sections. bo brought sought and obtained it. But if not the an extended newspapercontro'versy'., I content '
Your little boy is dead! From Leon-J. E. Broome, J. J. Maxwell, people, and there will be doubtless a subscription together. Re.ubc Ly Thai tbe position of thi3 State drawer of the Bill he has certainly! been its myself with having placed on record '

Then Christ will send an angelTo M. A. Long. of half a million more by private bears to other tate of the Union, prominent endorser, and that is sufficient for he views I entertain. have no objection
From GadslmF.. Whitner, A. J. subscriptions. These facts, together with and taacy of tho other coaatriM of the earth- "my present purpose. that these views should be canvassed and
take him to
up ; Foreman, P. \V. White.B. i the of delegation here among eomncrcily. loialy. and politically-that : The reason which he assigns for now whether by individuals or by the' press-
lie will bear me,slowly and steadily, to and cross
Far through the ether dim. F. Whituer offered the following reso- us on this occasion, and the assurances they her with highways:of ccaimcuication penetrate and inter promoting this scheme is the fear that they whether in friendly or unfriendly spirit,

lution : pffer us, leave no room to doubt her determination course. will skirt our borders with a road i injuriousto is to me, a matter of perfect indifierenee.

Ha will gently, gently lay me Rcsolred That the resolutions adopted at the ,. to accomplish this great work. In 3d. Rcsrcc That this Convcnfionwith much r our interests, and the remedy he proposes It will however, be a misfortune, ,if the
Close to the Saviour's side, late meeting in Savannah and also the statementof to a participation in their .dolabraton and when
this state of things, the question of route is, that we shall adopt the charter control time should ever arrive, subject
the plan of operations of the Brunswick Company ?, the delegations sent hither from the
And when I'm sure that we're in heaven, becomes of road. Now sir, without comment which this does''the best interests .
and also the Railroad charters lately through our State one great City of Savannah and the BriiLiwick and Florida 'I. the involves, as ,
My eyes 111 open wide. granted by the Legislature Florida, be referredto : importance, in connection with our State ltailoa Company. They hare heard their upon a policy so timid as to abandon a of tbe State shall have to be discussedby

And I'll look among tbe angels the same Committee. I enterprise under the charter of the Central messages with gratification and encouragement. !I scheme of Internal Improvement for' the the baneful light of the half extinguished
To show the That as citizc they lear whole which Judge Broome tells us is'certain fires of warfare.'
.That stand about the tlu one, Which was adopted. Atlantic and Gulf Railroad. with much satisfaction. 11oriJa. that State, political. party
Till I find my sister Mary, -The Convention then adjonrned to meetat views of Savannah in reference to the dif. the merchants of Charleston :placing Tuno.a line of success if we would all unite Yours Respectfully

For 1 know she must be one. ten o'clock to-morrow morning. ferent routes canvassed, your Committee of vessel1.6 run from that city to oar Gulf purls. upon it-so unsound as to devote our en- CEO; T. WARD.
quote resolution passed unanimously bya 4th. Rttdved, That Convention view with etgics to counteract the evil to be apprehended ,
And when I find her, mother, TCESDAT, Jnne 7, 1353. meeting of her citizens held on the 31st favor the proposal tendered to them by the peoj.le from a road, which the Savannah organs e Jea,atah See the Twin

We will go away alone The Convention met to adjourn ult. ; of a7111I to diverge from 0 direct line, themselves say cannot be built without our 'I )
with the.
pursuant in her great road to and cater Floridain After dick ring some time long
And I will tell her how we've mourned That the 1cu8o1. aid let me ask how are we to
ment. route preferred by the county of and run thence "important legged door keeper, Jedediah Homespun up
All the while she lijs been gone! The Committee not being ready to report the citizens of Savannah, west of the river through the Middle and WeAter Districts of the control this operation! The effort to do so, and to see the Siamese Twins.
Oh! I shall be delightedTo the Convention was very agreeably entertained Altamaha, will be direct towards the junction State, on aid condition the work that to the the amount people of of$300,000 MiddleFlorida admits that the interests of Savannah are Look spent in: at quarter the carious pair for. some time.,,
addresses from S.V. I of the Flint and Chattahoochce rivers i adverse to ours. We are to subscribe '
hear her r]>eak again by eloquent ; 5th. That this Convention look forward Jed busted- ..
Though I know shell ne'er return to us- Baker and Wilkinson Call, Esqrs. but we will be willing to meet the inhabitants Rulrt luch desire to the connection of her $800,000 of the $1,500,000, and thus obtain u How long you .fellers been 3 in. '..that are

To a>>k her would be vain! The Committee, through their Chairman, of Middle Florida at a fair )point on own Atlantic and Gulf seaboards, as provided for the power to elect the.first directory.. But kind o'bitch 1" '. .'
J. C. McGehee, then submitted the following the boundary between Georgia and Florida, under the Central Atlantic and Gulf Railroad $1,500,000 will not begin to build the road ,. Forty two "'was Eng's reply.u .

So 111 put my arms around her. report and resolutions : I and to see the road run through Tallahasseeif charter and to be they view the present in enterprise with now the and when the subscriptions are extended we Du tell! gettin'years kind o' used to it,,1 cal
And look into her proposed uuJcraken. outbid these Savannah capitalists
eyes at least, eight hundred thousand dollars must again
of JM this Convention culate."
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE.The i people &vlnn3.h -
And remember all I sara to her, be subscribed in Florida for that the end or we lose our control. This is the
Committee to whom it was referred to I purposs. suggest, if carried out, as accomplishing We ought ia be." said they. '
And all her sweet replies. of the and Gulf liailroaid charter, more important to us, for it is a condition of Yeou fellers
examine and report upon subjects suitablefor "Savannah prefers a route directly to the Cenla Atnatic Yes, I vow yonought.
And then I'll ask the angelTo the action of this Convention, growingout junction of the Flint and CuattaLoochee. n tar. Resolved may, progress That this Convention propose the charter that" and the unless work shall maintain commence our atc''ensacola. b'lon1.t the same church"' troll do.'a .

take me back i? you- of recent legislation of this State in Dy that route the road will pass through that the eastern terminus. of the Georji and we it not Yes, indeed," *aid Chang. ,. .
Hell bear me,slow and steadily, chartering Railroad Companies-the late the counties of Clinch, Lowndes, Thomasand Pensacola Railroad shall be on the this. "control" all the way through may u Want to know! Wall, I swa. ,"eou

Down through the ether blue. proceedings in the city of Savannah, as Decatur, lying on our borders-and counties State, tat Madison of the Alapaha, Jefferson rirer, ,Leon and'and eroS Gads-the be too late terminus for Savannah and dictate interests the policy to fix thet'atern' of are hitched queer," said Jed minutely examining

And think submitted and explained by her delegates for a large portion oi the distance within south their respective county tbeJigatnre.. ,* ..
you'll only dear mother, den, as far as in "conformity with their interests. '11be
have been out to play, to this Convention, proposing direct RailRoad twenty-five miles of the line of our Central bites, i such routs be practicable. thejroad Now afuft1 much has been made, Oiie'of yeou fellers dies, Hother feller.
connexion with Pensacola through Atlantic and Gulf! Road. Atlhe Flint and 7th Tat 14 proposed that progress in a pucker, I reckon." .
And have to sleep beneath that Savannah, with more I
a tree otherRailroad
gone shall be open to connection with who supposes Would be had" said Chang.
Middle and West Florida the Chatlahoochee would
statement they come together, .
This sultry rammer day. from points in east and south 1hn and large assurances from
? tiny capital u nothi'n I ,
Don't drink guessi-evergo
of the plans and operation of the Brunswick and from thence to the western terminus Florida adverse to will

aad Florida Rail Road" Company, they would keep very close company with 8th. Rctdrtd, That this Convention pledges abroad r4id: interests suffer herself to be curs outwitted into swim' .-
CUBE roil VIRCLEKT SMALL Pox OR SCARLATIKA submitted by delegates from Thomas each other. The rivalry of lines thus located itself to use its best exertions to induce the people stand slil and said that *4 Sometimes said hey. ?; .
AND MEASLES.-A merchant and ship county and the several resolutions of- would surely prove fatal to both, and could of Middle Florida to subscribe at least-$300- -this to4, when she has already After' gazing at them_ a 'e.mm tes in
; stock of said road, .and confidently does Lot mean to be "at our mercy for a.
has OUOof capital die
this had the. .
owner of city the following recipe fered to this Convention, now beg leaveto not be desirable to the friends of either, and the opinion that that sum will be silence,Jed again busts-r ."- -
sent bim from England, where it was submit the following Report : ought be a.oided."Savannah express subscribed.9th. I connectio; 1" Look, here, 'spose one, of yeou fellerspt

furnished by Mr. L. Larkin, member of the And.the Committee would premise that, as expressed in the resolu- promptly. Hatred, That the President of this Convention Sir, let It be remembered for that Florida as yet, Georgia road. into scrape, anJ. was bout,to be pat

Royal College of Surgeons, and vouches for although called and intended to be a State tion quoted,'is willing to meet Florida at a appoint a Committee of three. whose has passed no charter which a Savannah in jail, haw'd you manage that,1",' -
it "medicine that will effect duty it ihall be to apply to the Commissionersto No step,has been taken pledges "I Chang's bail I?
as a a revolution On! Eng, go
Convention, owing to the limited time for fair point in the Middle District, provided books of.subscription at such times and line of action. Only says '
in the healing art as regards the open to anydistinct *. Ob could do that, by hokey., .' v ..
pre will subscribe
extending notice, and to other causes, the she $800,000. places as said Committee think convenient. in the city of Savannah, yes
vention and cure not only of small pox but present body is composed exclusively of "The capital stock of the Pensacola and 10. Rcsolred, 'hat this Convention considers certain newspapers should be abandoned' And JedeJiati, having exhaustedbiso5* '.
also of measles and however malignant of the Railroad from Jacksonville) urge that the road to Albany off whistling, giving afresh
scarlatina the esaminaliuDiwellt
delegates from Middle Florida. It is therefore Georgia charter is fixed by the General Assembly building Florida _
to the Gulf, at Tampa or Cedar and that to adopted, because the twinsthrough
St. to
tbe in a manner more efficientand or lot examiners room put
type of Mar I
if indecorous at $1,500,000. subscription .
manifestly not
ultimately Mr.
unnecessary to secure tht
Keys, an important step Florida can furnish mostmoitey similar .. '
extraordinary than could ever have been on this occasion, to propose any general $800,000 being a majority of that stock a Railroad a connection between tho West,Middle, Holcombe[ the State.Engineer, has recently a cOurse uf .sprooU .,

hitherto anticipated even by the most ardentphilanthropist. system of Internal Improvement for the will control the charter. Your Committee East and which after .arriving at '
." :oQth also That this Convention made a report, in uHow are you, $Jmitb ,says Jones. .
whole State, by means of Rail Roads. therefore recommend that the $800,000 be 1t lluot' of the and Montgomery the fact (without actual survey and'computing Smith pretended cot to know him.. and replies -
of fever ,
On the irritation ;
thstappeuance or The General Assembly at its last session, immediately subscribed by the friends of viewa Railroad lenscQI3 the whole from Mitchell's 'map,) that 183 miles hesitatingly"Siryon _
ia usherinj in attacks, whether occui ring mpessedwlth the importance of a systemof the Florida road, that they may control that State in opening a a Ratloa connexion beweenFloriJa will bring them to the Florida line oa the have r-got the advantage' ,of me."
families! or large communities the subjoined Rail Roads in State charter and that they also have the and the Florida -
our granted may : oCt.12h. Tallahassee route he talks of taking 'Yes" retort, Jones UJ suppose, everjiody -
mode of treatment should at once be charters for important'Roads and amended power to fix upon the place in the Middle Radccd attention, That of this the Florida delegation rupectful the work where Georgia lays it down, has thafs got commbu sense."*
entered on : Take one grain each of powdered the charter of the Central Atlantic and Gulf District, which will be the "fair point of cl the of of Land in up '
the grant & Smith'
subject looks
to c. unhappy. ,
valuable 'I .
foxglove or digitalis ( the .
Road. Under the charter tiow in force; connection." aid Cong& enterprises in the State. "Should you proceed on the Tallahassee -

rauo of its greenness-the dark should berejeci I every section, of the State.susceptible of "Your Committee do not entertain a doubt received read and debated route, 188 .miles.brings 'yo1110 the Florida A mannamed AVardle was lately eon. 4

) and one of nulphale' of zinc (this such improvement.sisprovided. .for.and it that if a proper spirit of kindness and conciliation Which were Robert, Butler, Sr.,- B. F line ; when, should Florida stand ready to flctfd England of marrying eight wiVes 4

These article is should commonly be! rubbed known thoroughly as white vitricl.in is gratifying to know that our fellow citizens observed, all difficulty will be byRK.Call\'hitner, J. E.,,Brooroe, E C. Cabell, D. 11. take up the..work: ,".where you lay i( down lICE whom were present,at his triaL.,_' _
( of almost every part of our countryare avoided. ,In this great work we are equally and B. C. Pope, ,and Savannah may rest from her labors-or
mortar or other convenient vessel with four .exhibiting a lively interest in these interested witb*Savannah,and should! 'meet Mays G. K. Walker invited at least expect important aid. The dis? STREET C 1CYuun :;SOTA:T1 aT''

or'fire' Crops of water this done a: noggin works of improvement-and in many instances her in the spirit' f frankness becoming both lIessrs'.Bartow and Hilton: being' may lance from Savannah to'the Florida line in Brown,'I understand that .yon'are' paying

(or out lour ounces) more, withmelyrup an activity and energy that gives parties in t>o great a work, and in that .case the Convention. the Madison county, would be 173 mile- and to .hid attention to 'liJlS Jenkins' '
should beadded "of this being now put, "Shal
or sugar; ; mix- good assurance of success. Five hundred the fair:point spoken of in her resolution The question Resolutions-as.amended, be the N.W. corner of Hamilton. county, still BI'01t'R-Ridlculous! .i'
table and '
tnre spoonfol be given an will be in Hamilton Should Preamble Smith Ridiculous 1 Wby?
and sixty thousand dollars'have been subscribed found county. affirmative yizfl6G.
in the less, .
dGIt! and two tableepoonfuls a child, every to the capital! stock in the' Florida this be agreed upon and the' road built.toPensacola adopted ?'.' was decided dissenting, voices. *'By'a vigpious prosecution- the work Brown -Why,. the girl is as. poor. .r-as,'*a, ,

second boar until symptoms of disease Rail Road., This Road will -commence on from that point, Flo'rida wi have there hehigbut two rdcA.-Shmn and Edward with negro labor, tbe "nuptia of the,Atlantic .birch mouael ?

vanish."Thus. the Atlantic, in East Florida, and end on the main trunk of,her. great Road J. E.' : Broome.licb appointed a Commit at: Savannah, and the Gulf at St. Smith-'[Lost in won&' -Ohaa- -.
COPdULed, conraIescence as if by the Gulf in South Florida, and will afford just when she would place it uadertheCentral wer with the..Com, Mark?, (using IBS,Su" Marks and Tallabas: um.! "::;:>-"t ir--v; *".

magic, will result. The rariditf'rof, an commercial facilities to our fellow citizens Atlantic and Golf Railroadcharter, tee of three .to correspond of subscription see* Railroad! should you adopt, the route '-" \ > v.PaicTTt -'*":'
and saidac1ergiam'
event so auspicious will and oni.heCape. ,This Road, surely; wiU be- through the whole of the-western and nearlyall 1ssionerS'cd conformity cause with,the ninth via Tallahassee.,) may be celebrated ia three GOOD:-should"John,become tetotallea- ..
astonish. It.may, however, be,necessary come one of the great highways 'of travel of the middle District of her;State, leap rears" to his man "you .
further to note that ,should the bowels become resol otion. you, bavebeen drinking again tay- i:;.
and commerce from tbe North-east to the ing not more"--than one hundred milesto Now hear Judge Broome :. '
Ci H. DuPont offered the foloWing.ie3 ; % *''XK :never take a dreg yourself min
obstructed in oi the disease theevent you
progress South-west; and IB in every respect, an en- complete her road throngh'to" the' Atlantic. Savannah uiiJerataiida well that in, : ,
Mevil by,no means common-then drachm that if this lutions: n, her in'Iami'' is.
terprize,worthy of the'people who'nave undertaken Your Committee feel. : of our connecting with f'1.4h..but.Jc.hn look,at ,eiefcuirwtaiicesaiid .
of the compound powder' :ol.jalap (formed 'it, 'and the ricb and d lightfulregion much the"road can Ml11! connectionwith Itetdetd, That the.Coit charged tion ta'T beopened ta ton;County- ,.'she will not only' be expected lit, yoamast*" .your- '

of L'two. parts. cream. of. tartar'. with. one. of :throueh which it is to oass. the SaT ah'Company'soon"the;: easr, the iluty-of causing in .tho Pcnsacola. and Georgia.Kaflroad to build. Ler own road to the Florida line. r True nir-says raaie. lobe; 4>nt can" yoa
for Yery
JMP,) and one grain ol the herb, treated as :More than- million of dollars have ,been tern 'ould be/run' -put to the AUantc. hue ;be ,directedto' open' a cotamtmieation but that thtl'vnUJwoe to,,;miri6n/e largely 'how.the tlreeU of Jerusalem': were-
Above, formed into a :pastil with syrup.or subscribed to the stock of .Alabama and or connected 'ivithti&! :Florida ro d1 with 'citizens TOr. West Florida to! extending our Road from Hamilton Coun-- kept me clean 2" f,-: -.*}/-

1Ir, should be given iou adult, and halfTe Florida-Rail Road Thi&Jload is to commence complete conneclion-Tiot:liit the"t-, either by correspondence or by West appointment and. address tg:t 'P..i ,." < ; "Nu so John 1 cannot tell yoonhat.** .1Well 'a

quantify to a eMld.. This,.simple. .medi-i at l'ensaeolaand, end at Montgomery, la'ntiobut also'with the r!i of BI1it citizens blo persons inexplanation to visit iba f .th .objects, ,.and'TieirscfthUConventioa. is thcreJiotBOine discrepancy,here J Now <** sirit" was just because. 'eteryona.' '.- ,

one shuts pot everyotber' /prm or articlewatefer Alabama; the %eat activity .and|energy di- Districts,'of' lfie"State,;'tftrebt .tying 'I i the .' 'J' c ; either.Savannahhas'or has_not' ample! resources. :epLIiiaoWndooricleaa." "ii. ,*'c > :"t .

as totally nw>eccssary/if not played bytbose who'are' engaged on'"thi is I distant and Ayidelyeparate4 sectiQu&of thStatetogethCr'with 2.Rttotttd, That taa'sald Committee' ba also ..- .If she has, she is;not going.to let .', -K" ,>
erD.UI. -The melhodus medendi of work,leave reasonable! doubt of speedy I -a '-c'wok iron. thargedntb.tlio-duty of adopting auch measures us control thFs charter ia any inatler'where ;"Grandpawhere--- do the EtORI&4:

ihese medicines, capable'of effecting'results .su ce s. This is the beginning of a. series Your Committee iiitbat'U tanhe in as may be most efficient in communicating entertained to the by our interests and bcr's conflict-if *gtJiiic; 1'l1ow.onIJ: to be given, this enterprise '\ and build citizen of EaU l-1drlda.thnien; for 6u'rport 1 Mri; :'
of Rail :fRoady connexions with- oqr. great in reference,tother enterprise of not. hY.1ean on her ; < .
cA4 aPJlp.rsto'be'ufoUo1l.1;, The herb' by Golf Port which, in the 'opinion of yoar the toad from :II il1n0' PehsacolayJundhi this Convention into actual operation the charter of the Cuyler.says batJ themoaey js.tocpmejffjiuabroad. > Wb relo"lhe, .BoatoQr'fo Thetthem$1.'romi' .

tau-Jeirile CJJ properties, lays bold! ,at once Comrnittee'wiU end' in making Pensacola ....*.nn..;iiftii'f.-. -----p-nD ,-- Atlantic'ither naaeola putting and Georgia .Railroad. Company..' Is :it,not'a: .'.little. too- .liumiUuiluig. "' --.< -" ,,.;..-''.. "iV' 4-
Jht *em, the prolific;.source, of, wo, the great 'eentre.cf; 'Southern trade? The directly Or by reonnectibn with/the 'lJoida .WlucJj were adopted ? ,. .' to'suppose- that Bavannan- only,:can 'eiieci u. --Frqm.Eosland.; *' : ,' :" ', :O it < <

h'ft -immediately strangles, while the Road lonigomerr:will ilace her at once Railroad, it1 willn6t the/Central' Atlantic' /M
;letnbe part of a tonic,.instantly re- in connexion. :with, harI at9n, and"Savan"'1 and 3ttlf ailroadiutibey nver that hi (' ,baprice-for' this connection<
'gIcequU1bd." nab, and: the wboIeolhe. \-"Atlantic" S't teS be1* tac1ald dO\Vh'ltwbere, one :i. JZaoft ''Ttiai the Seeretarleir oftats Con- whenwe j baridoa a scheme of Inlerhal,Icnprovement'gener<o 'Frorn'rane- '"'ci .. <'t'r.J" :

.Mr..J4aru4dds: "No .emigrant; or Byaaeasy'turtt: : 'Westward iind' orth ward,: be. & ;Jpreaent Charter, :ronntngibrbugrK'aM -wotiodurnhht1lt editors of newspapers in -the State-a'tchcme, '. .tI, wl1ere iI. >p ,

'frnmtJ1t vessel :should .hmafteV ;Jo,al- she will wccme one'of tbe'convenient thronga:tbeStatndabrvlziibry Tallahassee with coptelot.theproceedinpoUhia that 'all the editor which "treti 'Judge Broomo''no\Y 'says'':!he froml( t" :'- -"4 ; '- .- ... ,.
jPcniewpatf41by and :1 .L "
.oTg1,4o pto eeay 1ho lt., :Ie"... pence outlets .Go1f from the' whole ,Mississippi r :i Convention orF1orida..1I publication. to publish>lbu m..' pfefersttf! ; Ittthentfsarid, which?.if we. : .*>.\'b\.I., etrzigbtlrorn '" .w'n' -<

,4f ihsprotecto ,:,ud it.Ja lranherIfIIIIiUr aUe1.;Jhhertbarteri, fDrWUoadseregranie&a1.t1e t/ .An&'jhercansee. #* good reo..why.itnOWt3ff tZ.Ruoletd,3fot* TBJae the thank of -Canven- wit npoa.is certain.of success IV-VVe bOld now. ,,.stop- ypar.nowe..,-. t. '
;- Iopc41ha1.Abe dearest iDterestab : Ja t session .aUbe; General w may wtlavaitf imrselrtir J ilOll'are ten4Cied\1i.1'realden&.nd retarielrot ; the keys of.he Gatt: l\Ve have Jargft State "'t -.--. -."-- w.lJ 1 wt .,
.. our COIDmoa bumanitiarn Assembly bet your Committee lam bot ed ibrrtJgh;$avanriab.>'tefr purObject Uaa able and 4tp1AedwmaJU JJch, th y resources)applicable la the Internal lajpToveratnttil -, Hytyisaiprae! 'balr.wal Ml '
: ; Q1fliP ? fusaBwould d th duIe&.o-Uleit, remectin 8e'i' W'Q. :
V .
'. takea under AtailureOf/rf hate J5C5iC own'Statei'vhichGe'prgi nev like a half'penny
Ii'th ia 4 r t tbe.'pru of;;*lJaMM1cIwdI aware.that any Mepsbavsbcea of ibeno1p1 ,- > 01." ,4 4A' j. our '
expo** fttoHbe : aeeaT '* W have lands. ,Georgia alwayi J I aloot aide and.a taibat .
'' erhad. ; thc
'cin : ) **
'puWic1ty.to; ,JI. aq.Cotsricr them; i .i' > --f the Pensacola and Georgia charter Sav .Whiel .\V fe adopted." : E .
Jt.-BOItim The extreme Western and the Eastern 'I "

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bail;he known 'baA Into- ',the-;AtJan" ;. c. 'that: the city"of Jfankin; the ancient capital I Tl, .'..Ya' Pi.ss'.,thTafl. ,
Stipulated Arbitration. at, our.use, : .that we ret ; empty C..Y.aU.1 _,
niiiiuiHiiiftiThursday R bad been taken insurgents,
of China by.tho
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ceived copY rfiWe'cferfalnly.cannot have Th'wnorthVard course not a ;
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4. ;; and that the British Commander refused to
Extract from a Report made ct the last session 1 1 'The Savannah JJ .. Wen S the ordinary southern ; reeor.nisin .
ionth river
numbered ; who were not ,in a, which takes allow Britishyesscls: to. the riverYan arCr ,
if tht U. S. Senate Hon. J Ro.Uulertrood.jrom -
by C8OiiLLE; : i the catholic spirit"
U to publsh; the pi eastern or western coarse toj/ti1 Atlantic, .tze. with stores or ammunition j
the Committee Foreign .. .... -. willing ?, :eengS.! Klang with the Tallahassee prna f
Relations to tchom were referred various June 3,1853. ;A: meeting"was bet at Micanopy ,on.the but is its Undency, for"distance, t't o for either party. The Imperial Commission- Convention_ ,t.
: hired the Portuguese fleet to go and re- our own State, :
tht evils of
memorials for measures It avert ktb, at,which thefollowing resolutions were hundred m'dtt. comment '
War. We -, the lie've the city, but it wa captured bytherebels. "We! are sorry;: to Mciv bjT ; at
concur fully in suggestionof. passed : Coming again to ihetown, of Jacksonville' ., An appeal wa* then nude by, the the % ) rer' tlkstageof

6 advise JUl Jhal.jhecommittee..are for the willing .is to, I! the Nan, as :to the propriety! of,some '1st., Rtsolt1 d./That, we will organize' a. b'owner.yeVshould say its streetiare laid Chinese Authorities to the English, French of the proceedingst position, baloeWnnMM.sions of', .
recommend Flonda
that, in"the treaties which, are hereafter present to appropriate demonstration for the approach company to 'construct Plank' Road from ,off? at right angles l having about ten streets and"American Consuls, and at their argent swayed the mind of s Convention;,sVfa:

'.I :be made with/foreign. 'nations, it shall be ing Fourth of July.- Palatkato Micanopy.: of five i running parallel -northward, with six requisition!Ihree English steamers! and and" the the a to lea it to f point* i ia tbe mj 2d. Resolved, That a.committee French frigate Cassino were sent,
between the contracting parties Shall have on Saturday in and west' direction. I ,) penetrate their sJat/.
stipulated we a meeting eay be appointed thecba.irma of"this meet- parallel an ,east American.Comnissioner, the Hon. H.'Marshall and also to recommend
tbat referred all differences toT arbitrators which for may adjustment.ynder.ucb.MipuUtion arise shall.-be evening next,' 'at" the: Court House- -to ing, to draw up articles\ 'of. association and These are streets defined by _buildings and undertook to place the U. JV frigate 'adopted bf.whieb, thefxpc1.co4trciok measures to 'ba

,- the board .oF arbitrators effect the ,object 1 solicit subscriptions.' *- ** fencf g-showing the' built "portion' of the Susquehanna before Nankin. The result, ,to. make our road subservient ?' .,
( I 3d. Resolve, That a committee of five be -"' however this is not known. crr.
: which'baa movement yet views. 1
be .
the would of the
or single arbitrator, town The plan town,
in the al
Mr. E. R. IVES, engaged sur- appointed by the chairman, of this meetingto Commodore Perry arrived in the Alisrivippi
TTje main of
selected after the of the difficulty. object oar .
occurrence been is much rrea
drawn and more
of the Jacksonville Plan'k visit Charleston and Savannah for the published, the 7th of and des eaterarm
Kicb would be careful to select impartial vey ( at Hong Kong on ,April, is to ha've'connexion u
party persons" distinguished for their virtues : Road, arrived here last week from Alligator,: purpose of soliciting subscriptions.. extensive, course, showing the whole patched the Plymouth! Sbangai. Pensecola, 'but dt uwith poasi&

and talents, and each would have the and proceeded on Monday morning last i in The report'states that ten thousand two : corporate" ; 'limits." with, the' ,environs- -, &e. Later from Montreal. meet the Inhabitants'of Middle ) wUinCI

"''opportunity objecting to any nile proposed farther prosecution of the survey.Z"We hundred dollars were immediately subscribed Two creeks bound the location. ,the, east fair point",on:their .boundar-D to 'u

who might not possess these lii;:h qualities.In at the meeting. and west, both emptying into the S Johns. Accounts from Montreal state that the fixed upon by them, 1 ,. .but fcv .
the opinion of:; the committee: the arbi were not aware that any ouch Trout has offered rewards for the mutual agreement by both jft5 .
At Palatka a meeting was held on the McCoy's creek, on the west, and government apprehension pre *&

trators little or should no connexion be eminent with jurists political, having affairs. failures had occurred, in the receipt by the 9tb, when the report of delegation to Mi- creek, on the east.: About a mile up the of those persons who were engaged f was consideration this desire on of tbe the of tie propnV; ]*

.'.. If the parties could not agree in the selection Ocala Mirror of the exchange of the Repub- canopy, concurring in'the proceedings there, latter, issituated the Panama .mill, one of in the recent outrages. The Irish tore of the Albany ,and pr Savannah

of arbitrators and could not themselves lican for several weeks back. We think we was unanimously adopted. Committeeswere the oldest in, the neighborhood; it was des- Catholic citizens bad beld a meeting i at St: t control not only our action, but .h.

.. tettle the controversy bra new treaty, then have had the irregularity corrected. appointed to solicit subscriptions in troyed by fire about-*six months ago, and is Paul's Church, which they bad denounced terest that 'caused Savannah to abt i
either might undertake to redress, accordingto and our friends ia Florida
its own jtld mel't, the grievance complained JQ-We shall next wcek with great readiness East Florida and Charleston and Savannah. now re-constructed. the conduct of the rioters. learn eheri from the history of that BIT ei.

of. But before a resort to arms, in give place to a communication from ,The As we said before, the principal resourceis The Montreal RloU-Farther Outrage terprise. We,are not disposed,'bowevtr,b
order to retain the respect of mankind, 'it Columbia county, strongly adverse to the Convention. its mills and lumber trade. The demands discuss tbes proceedings to-Jfiy, especially

would be iI1ect5t'8.ry to make an. honest views of the Tallahassee Convention. It On our first page will be found the entire of thesefor transporting sawed lumber require MONTREAL, June 13.-Gavazzi will return as we every reason to hope,that witi
effort to select capable and impartial arbi here on Wednesday to conclude bis; lec the ,
trators. The least trickery to defeat the is singular! that our correspondent, in for reported proceedings of the Tallahassee or some 300 vessels a year, which bringin both prprJy'authore rpm:

arbitration, and at the tame time apparently warding his communication, should pledge Middle Florida! Railroad Convention, which generally the cargoes of goods and supplies tures. arn ement 1 units tbs interests necessary ot
Last Irish Catholic mob broke all Sy
comply with the requirements of the treaty, so pointedly his own responsibility" for I was held on the 6th. We append a portionof from the North for the merchants, in night an annah they will,in the
would be certain to bring general odium on the windows of St. Stephen's Church, at candor and consummate a o
the language with which the &ntinel cases in ballast, when the vessels are kinnes
it, as though we were anxious to evade a many a.
the guilty party, to avoid which, nations Griffinstown.At by which will
and individuals! in this age of the world, uresponsibility" in admitting into our columns receives those proceedings. As approbatory previously chartered to bring return, car promoted 'wbich interest !.
a meeting to day of the Roman Catholic a wi b apt to
will do much.It of towards the of lumber. Large also
views in opposition! to those which some practical step goes supplies are all parties. .'
may be objected, that the arbitrators, prevailed at Tallahassee, or which may not I I construction of a Railroad somewhere in brought by steamboats from Savannah and citizens they resolved t6 pay for the repairs "We are plea to bear of the open
through imbecility, or corruption, may err in and damages perpetrated by the mob undisguised of Mr. Barlow 1
accord with those indicated by ourself. the State, it either reiterates substantially Charleston, and the trade is gradually turning ia
their award. It is not likely they will be that attacked Gavazzi. resolvedto convention, in presenting the tree view
destitute of capacity. If they are, it will be Without having had time to more than what we have before said, or is a sentiment in favor of those cities, as it is being to ferret Teyats the and feelings of Savannah His count
means out villians
the fault of those who select such. But glance at parts of the communication men- which we cordially second. The fact thatno found that dealers can purchase in those use every is in perfect coincidence with his h

suppose they are corrupt, and should renderan tioned, \understand it to be an open and delegate was present from West Florida, markets with nearly- the advantages- that who participated_ the riots. manly conduct i in all his public- op'aa

award palpably unjust, what is then to in interest with the they can at the north. The primary EDITORIAL CHANGE. After I have our own interests to 'subserve,, IM
be done 1 It is a legal maxim, that fraud i admissible reproof of "measures, not men, a partner plan adoptedby prosperity two years while Savannah the best

vitiates everything. All contracts, judgments I and therefore there is no responsibility" in the Convention, shows what little hope created by the mills, has brought constant toil in the., editorial chair of the towards entertin we would feelings bait j it

and award frailulenlly, obtained, are the case. If it exists any where, it is more there has been for a co-operative movement with it an attraction for planters and smaller Southern Standrd published at Charleston, Florid, stl not appear ia her

to there be is pet aside and jurisdiction held for naught provided and in likely in saying any thing favorable, of the by all sections of .the State for the Central dealers in the interior, to seek this place as B. C. PRESLEY, E. retires and his placeis convention a a suppliant."

well-regulated a chancery governments to supervise proceedings at Tallahassee. We are-not Roa t. We would not bp much surprised their: market for purchase and sale. Hence, supplied by W. SPHATT, a The Savannah Courier holds nearly tit

and annul every transaction based upon uninformed that there are many citizens of now, if, under the example lately set b, Savannah another source of profit and progress to the future editor. Mr. PRESSLET is still the same lngag. I says"Georgia can Im

fraud. Now, in rate the abitrators should the East vho ard opposed to'the Convention there would be an "abandonment the town has opened. This is the state of proprietor of the Standard. Florida a ta east as, tie

male by a fradulent it must of award necessity, then, as the there party is injured no- policy, and whatever opinions we may express of the charter," and the Georgia branch of things without plank, rail, or even good On retiring he says: "We take leave of :! Alaph. And further

higher jurisdiction to supervise and annul it, upon it, we of course are not attempt- the proposed road were "negotiated" into a common roads. The subject of roads is our subscribers and of our brethren of the not suppose that the' people o

refuse to execute it, and publish to the world ing to represent or misrepresent those who connection with the old St. Mark's road, so now agitated. A plank road for seventy press, trusting that they will remember that Florida'are so unreasonable, or unptrio

their reasons for the refusal. If, in doing miles westward is now in course of con- which have as to require any such sacrifice h
differ from us. little likely seems it that the people of the we well done, and forget that of the stockholders in this '
great ,.
so, it could be shown that the award was West will take up the work where Middle! struction. This will be the pioneer of rail. which was done in weakness, hate, or Railroad routes are not fixed by
the result of partiality or corruption, the Graham, for July, is before us, with its genenI1
honest sentiment (if mankind would justifythe Florida leaves it. But as the Savannah roads. If the place bas become thus important needless asperity. "S mote it be!" resolutions but by the art a
usual As this work has
nation injured by it in resisting its exe- punctuality. established press-albeit not the most gratified at the desffys' '$ disadvantages and without It is our friend of the Savannah Republican disposal of the stockholders., ,Tee

cution by war should milder means prove a reputation which cannot be ma- Convention labors-says, the organIzation these aids, what may it not become when that sympathises over Mr. Pressley's lutions passed at Tallahassee wol lel
ineffectual. Thus in national differ terially impaired by a recurrence to its refer the whole matter to tiban
case I
.. of the company will tell the whole tale. possessed of them two years constant toil!'* After all that such be the fact-if it the purpose
ences are submitted to arbitrators for adjustment blemIshes as well as its merits, we are can b
and the award should be of sucha did Then we shall learn in whose bands the The War Quetious In Europe and Asia. arduous service be has been rewarded witha Florida to meet Georgia the spirit of'fra
encrugb to that the !
plate engraving
character that one of the parties cannot say "control" will rest; and there is even a lit- nice 'fat office under Uncle Sam. Poor ternity and equality, if Jt be onr
: of this number, inscribed Would you like The following of the latest intelligence that the question of route is to be
submit to it, resistance and be summary
reported -
war may tle consolation in the event that dread I soul o
to in tbe end. a Slate 1" is unpleasing, unchaste, and out prerogative from Europe, per steamer Pacific, to be determined by the instruments a

It may be asked, why go through the of taste, in a parlor Magazine. The pages rests with Georgia-i. e., she will will give some idea of the belligerant pro LAND WARRANTS LOC&TED.-It appears i stockholders-then we may'assent .tie
forms have to for it. In case, should the I action of the Convention;
of an arbitration, unless the award is pay any
are as numerous and as well filled as usual. ceedings on the continent and in Asia. The from the Pension Office report that land war- "Savannah however
to be conclusive and final What good time come when the people of the East ask 'c never Cst
result from the the and cause of the Swiss difficulty is intimated. rants have been issued to the amount of nine to abandon the interests of the of
can delay
expense: More Florida Appointments. for a connection, which is pledged to them ppl
the ceremonies of an arbitration, if the parties That of Russia with the Porte arises from, millions nine hundred and thirty five thousand Lwndes Thomas, Decatur, ad

to it may, after it is over, still renew The following new appointments to the by this Convention, we should be sorry to first, a demand of the former for certain three hundred and twenty acres. cunlies She may pass equidistant

the quarrel and go to war ? We answer, respective offices named announced see the Floridian, be he legislator; or stock- in Jerusalem-the between them and the rich lands .o( F
are :
privileges of
much good. The necessary delay in selecting holder, who would refuse it. If Florida possession CHARLESTON. HARBOR.-The City Council on the Suth. She may consent, l'
James W. Gould, Register of the Land the keys of the church of the holy Sepul both embrace and become
the arbitrators
S and preparing for and had the "control'i such refusal would meet of Charleston bas appropriated the sum
conducting the trial, will prevent hasty declarations Office, St. Augustine, in place of A. J. No- I chre, the right of erecting a Greek church, benefactress of both. Ind 'this'i bet
of if
much be e
$32,000, so towards
with the rebuke of the of necessary
of war. It will allow time for the da. Francis P. Ferreira, Receiver oi Public scathing people hospital, &c., in that city; and secondly, a true policy, and it should fU
the East who would' feel the injustice defraying the preliminary expenses of deepening reasons to induce her ta swerve
blood to cool!, and for the mind to reflect. so keenly potent fn
Moneys, St. in of T. this demand which -
place following up ( was acceded -
Calm deliberation is the friend of peace. ; and if said refusal arose from the the Bar, payable in monthly instal- that purp.' .'
T. Russell. Theodore W. Brevard, Regis to) by asking for an irrevocable
The award will show the contending nations Middle having thrown herself into the "con protectorate ments. A terinus s fa Et as that
what opinion disinterested judges entertain ter of the,Land Office, Tallahassee. over the members of the Greek the prp
trol" of it would. not' then be same paper.think.wi
of their quarrel. Just and able arbitrators church residing in the dominions of Turkey. Washington "
Moloch not be national character of the
yet appeased. enterprise
will, by tbeir reasonings in regardto dodged" question as to the division. of the This. the Turkish Government refuses, and despatch says: Certain parties have been"for ,

the contMverry, exhibit the right andS The axe continues to fall upon the necksof State ; those who urged would be found- hence arises the of af some time in treaty for the purchase of the Still, with the Republican it, thinks Florida
justice of the case, and the committed and present complexion will willing to make a new "modifica
wrong office holders who are attainted with the they would be found in the East. We Mount Vernon estate. The sale effected b
by one or both parties: in such a elear light, fairs. Of course the western powers are was tion" after the organization of the
name of TF7u The Land Office at St. Augustine still do not express the opinion that the comjianr.
that all disinterested persons' will perceive watchful of the encroachments of Russia, to day, conditionally, providing that the

what ought to be done for tbe true interestof has been visited by the executioner, Middle is deluding us. Putting our fingeron and thus the interposition of England is excited estate be offered to Congress a the next LOCATION. or THC SAVASXAU,AND '

the tbe disputants. An award sanctionedby and a* will be seen, both the Registerand what she now says, and faith iu her pro- and her cautiousness displayed in Par Session, and should Congress purchase it COL RAILROAD.. -We learn tat the C

world, could common not be sense resisted!and justice bv either of par-the Receiver have been decapitated.Mr. .- mises, we bid her good speed, even i if she liament. then the sale to the present parties will be of Engineers under the direcion: of .

ty, unless ruin, manifest awl inevitable, Russell, who occupied- the post- of Re- wins the appellation of the Railroad Pioneer Proclamations issued by the Chinese annulled. The amount of the purchase Holcomb Esq., left Savannah on Monday

would be the consequence of executing it. ceiver, has discharged the duties of his office of the State. rebel chiefs, present the fact that the'chief money has not trantpire.but two hundred ust to resume the survey of a

In which that would event allow there resistance-the is a. higher principle with due regard to tbe interest of government TLe Sentinel says : cause assigned for the revolt, is the idola- thousand dolarsvere previously offered and route for this road, in the direction of Talla

of principle -been honest, capable, and faithful"and "The great point, practically, we apprehend trous faith of the Chinese. The of declined.A hassee.
self-preservation. Nations and individuals name
is to get a road built and in successful
may sometimes be placed 'in such !I has also known no political partiali- operation. ft matters very little where it Christ is reverentially repeated In one document writer in the Charleston Mercury is The Savannah Georgian publishes a card
circumstances, that they may rightfully refuse ties in his endeavors to accommodate per from whither it if it be and there is for
comes goes, can : ground the opinion arguing the construction of a railroad from from James L. Seward, of ,Thomas
to execute their engagements, entered sons who iave had business with the office. only fairly started and actually working. &
that the revolution is fomented
into through improvidence( want of forecast, by Christian that city to Savannah. The step, he, maintains county, to the voters of
But the place was wanted work has Once let the people get a realizing sense1 Cp
or pressing necessity. Many: examples ; party missionaries, who thus seek to make China becomes in iional district of Mr.
been done and of the effects of a good road, well conducted necessary view of the proposed Georgia. $
might be given byway of illustration ; but pay day bas come. General and if they are not ready and willing to accessible Gospel light and civilization.We road from Savannah to the Gulf. He taken time by the forelock- ew fro-
shall mention one Pierce and his, a
we only case; By treatymale appointing agents are forcedto
build any and all others that may be neces- have a later arrival by the Asia, but claimed himself candidate the Southern
: a on
in 1778, the United States '
agreed to says
give a practical explanation of the equiv. or desirable, it will be because human .
sary further details of these subjects
guaranty to France, "forever, against all ocal passage in the message of the former nature in Florida is avery different thing no important "The great West must be brought to our Rights Democratic side, without waiting I'
other her possessions in than those below given: seacoast and make it theirs.
powers present
By a nomination the .
- \ removals but in the from human nature- in the. balance of the rir a by people.Col.
America." The alliance with France, which respecting ; appointment world. ENGLAND.-Ministers refused both.in the connection with Savannah, ,

so essentially aided us in the war of the in the most important cases!, of secessionists We hope to see the recommendations of House of Lords and the House of Commonsto seems to us, must be their first great empo. !Freemont, is' among the Audi ,passengers

Revolution, if we are not entirely indebted of the South and abolitionists of the the Convention speedily carried into effect.It ) respond to the interrogatories propoundedto rium. A railroad between Charleston and from Liverpool. '

to it for our national independence, requiredus North to the vacant places, there is less sat is time to quit talking, and try a little ac them as to whether the British Fleet in Savannah is as certain to be 'built as that '
to take part in her future wars, so far tion." the Mediterranean, under the command of time rolls on. It can be postponed. It can President Roberts has been re-elected President
at least as to make good the above guaranty. isfaction, to true lovers of the country, in Admiral Dundas, bad been ordered to assist not be prevented. It will be the crowning '
But the Father of bis the solution than in the doubt. of Lberia. -:
Country, considering Jacksonville, Florida. Turkey. enterprise of our State, which more than
the imminent peril which we should incur During a debate on the Slave Trade any other will make her great." A loan of $3,000,000 been takes ia
by the fulfilment of this stipulation! of the Solicitors9 Nominations.We We doubt if there is a more thriving or in Parliament, all the Captains Generalof ha
New York :
". treaty, issued his celebrated proclamation oi perceive by the-Milton flourishing small town in ,the whole South Cuba, with the exception of General MACON, GKO.,Jane P. for.tbe Illinois CDt:1
? Courier that
in 1793 take 16 M at from to
'neutrality Concha
refusing: part on than this. Its growth is about equal to were denounced as having participated DEMOCRATIC- CONVENTION-NOMINATION pa 5 premium.
JAMES M. L&NDRUM is named
the side of France against England in' the by friends for in it. The British fleet in the Gulf .
war then raging, even to protect the French the office of Solicitor for the Western Dis- some of the important towns in upper Georgia is being augmented. Major General Don or ,HON. II. V. JOHNSON.-On the fifty-. INFLAMATORY RHEUMATISM.-A .gentle

West India colonies. So, likewise, where trict,. at the ensuing fall election. which have been created mainly by Mariano Arista, Ex-President of Mexico, eighth Ballot, the vote stood a follows : tbe man relief wishes us'to publish the following he.hu let

nations refer a controversy to arbitration, We know of no co.operative movements the stimulus of Railroads. This place, has arrived in London.SW1TZnLAND.The. For Johnson 205 ; Haralson, 85; Stark, 12; known of humnit He says sat
and ,
the award is such
existence of the unsuccessful as to put party the in very jeo- either by persons or parties, in the East, however, has no such advantages at present which have taken place protracted between disputes_Austria Starness, 3, and Benning 1. The nomination all of them in a short time cnr: me b.ir( GIC

pardy by its specific execution, the nation with reference to nominations either for the ; and the source of its success is mainlyits and Switzerland on.account of the unsatisfactory of Hon. H.V.Johnson was then unanimous. of pulverized stpetre. put into a half p

decided against is not, bound to sacrifice office of Solicitor, or for Judicial stations. great milling facilitie and engagements, state of the Refugee and other ly made and gives general satisfaction. of sweet oil;, < parts affected, .-*

itself. In all such cases, however, there is Party co-operation hope will not be for the furnishing lumber. In 1850 the questions, nave at length assumed a warlike a sound cure" wi. 'speily- effected.Lynchburg
tbe strongest moral obligation to make specially and the Federal (
Council have En
showed all told of METINg A
census -
resorted to, or subservience to it imperatively a population, OJ .
adequate compensation, if it be possible. ordered out all the army,.so as to be '
prepared FccmvE SLAVS
Thus there can be no danger to the real exacted. In connection with the 1,000. This was an increase of several to contend against Austria if necessary. meeting'of the planters of West Baton WAY.-A col or/i/ said be is' .

interest of any cation likely to 'result from announcement of names for Solicitor in one hundred in two years. Since *50 the town Rouge took place at the Court House in slave, red'man yesterday to in a fofftrrt '

the submission of di'putesVith other na. District, although not directly authorized, has doubled in population and size also- TURKEY.-A Russian army 100,000 that parish on the 18th'nit, for,the purpose by the ws sied,the Third Ward.BrdY.,

tions arbitration: as tbe question ot executing feel the.addition of the latter having been almost strong is concentrated on the Turkish fron of taking into consideration tbe propriety of crowd of soon collected around tat
the nor even requested, that it will persons
award will remain open' after It we tier. The Russian of the Black
bas been made and its execution may be give no dissatisfaction to the gentleman entirely of new and fine-looking frame, are crovdedvith the.ports munitions of war Sea and employing additional counsel, in order to assist 'fcer of Justice, and severer colored' Jl
demonstrations of an\ slc
resisted for sufficient But arbitratorS ornamental houses. This of the the U. S. Attorney in proaecuting'all strong p
cause. just named, to announce that JAMES M. BAKER, many rate heights above Odessa are covered with at rescue The fugitive
will always regard the condition of of Columbia county, will be progress continues. In 1843 there "was the tents of a large, army. On:the banksof personsf r evading the revenue laws, in introducing w'tltmtlried
supported as a
/the party,'and against will not whom require the impossible award is things to benade candidate and ,will consent to stand as such, but one saw-mill adjacent to the town.' and the the Prutb,'the pontoons of are already made, sugar.into the United'States, under then t p 't.he'Thir s:Wa awtJ ai ..
L: -things that are morally impossible-, for the, office of Solicitor for ,the Eastern Now there are no less, than fourteen.' We moment's notice body to enter;troops the are principalities.ready at a the name of,concentrated molasses. master, who, it .said, can 'sweat'lytobis # f'

.cause they cannot beconceded, without ruin. District.. Unless we are restrained by his have-two newspaper, and printing offices. The Ministers of England, France, Prussia identity.-N. X. Tnj:4 r.

... Nations by a reference of their- disputes own request to the contrary, we shall hereafter We have not less than twenty grocery and and Austria,"made a joint attempt to settle ION FOR THE BRUNSWCK RoJT1e' ,Welt should do go d. 'The's&crwer*
to Arbitrators! might calculate the New York of <
reasonably late
existingdifficulties and a date
t.that however the until the ,day of election,, keep Mr. provision stores-two ready-made clothing P0t says the mountinsao b
'J onerous, award, its, fulfil reconciliation between the parties, but Georgia and Railroad their into I
ment.would not,cost as; ,much as the retort Baker's name in our columns as such can- stores;,.one watchmaker and'je\veller ; one Prince MenschikofT the Russian Ambassador have received Company way,' "aleS' :
. to war. If.its execution presents a burden dlda e", When we say. that be is eminently tinner; two Drug"stores ; one fancy furnish. bad been for,-some days, at, Buynk- by the Pacfc froa .
eomewb* oppressive, still that which and Goods dere, village at the mouth of the their president, Mr. Senator! he I tED' : "
about half dozen
worthy of support,as a man of, high honor ing Dry store ;: Bosphorus Foot :IQ ', ,'tii ; .
would be saddled upon the people! by wars with a steamer ready to bear him ha successfully negotiated the of the Paelpb' 1U .
public boarding houses .and proportionate away, to .
and character: valued :citizen; and of ; a :
in ,
all probability, would -be more ample bis command the W.BTONoll
grievous instant
an, unfavorableanswer at iron
for railroad whichha
It sometimes happen, that the "point of qualifications, .for' the station, we are number, of mechancal operators, such .as ,was given' -and the ',Divan were company been par, ; Jacksonville' .,; Frb'te 40tli7wr' ofkl, $H-

bonor'"between nations seems to demand lure it will affirmatively responded to by blacksmiths,' 'carpenters, gun, and lock equally inflexible rand, consequently, the to already shipped- ,and is on tile way, :

immediate action and a blow is giver' with- every individual to .wh mfr, ,Baker, is smiths, &c.' There is also here a tannery, Prince' hftou- the 22d of May,and arrived Georgia. Huu'Pu.Ls.' 'cO
out time for deliberation. The,nation struck &c. &c. &c., Two of at Odessa on. the following day. -Abbas a>iourno ain 'D
,resents, .lsd, a war is the consequence. known. _ ; our most importantestablishments (Mehemet Au 1) Pacha, the Turkish Mm- ARMY PROMOTION:-The death" of Gen-, rax ToXAoU.-.Mrjfchn H ." s,
Treaty stipulations requiring, arbitration, But Florid Plank Road Sleeting are Foundries and Engine ister of War,, immediately ;Prince Men- eral Riley, it stated,-promotes i-o"Co ow.' Mae1'la at Po I o
would be a salutary remedy in such Manufactories,' Castings of ; schikoffs ) eoeD& d p
cases.' every .description departure sent couriers..to. every lug officers.:, eDtU IftdJS: :'
'" The "point of honor would then'consist- in We:find, :the proceedings of Plank Road are made at those places, ,an4 perfect Province; with orders that the whole of the Lieut.Col. Plympton 1 to be Colonel 'Major Silver Comtl-.,hid:th Nm. boe ".
the ant
; adhering to treaty. ;
aM in the East in Charleston and Savannab steam-e gines.with their various andevery.varietyoi warlike resources of the'Ottoman Empire 1 St
!, parts &eue .tiie
; P. ytelded.iaol'-to; 4
Contemplated In aUitt aspects, .the'.a- torwo- should immediately be put in: requisition to Morrison t be, L ut. Colonel; Capt remedies ,tried with'-&
mlttte perceive no evils likely to result from papers, received i a copyof : repairing: necessary for the Russian', TvL 'Alexander nou wtn
: repel forces, should) they ..yen ; to be j R. S. last monroe, he Ingot: te1.t1lok.J.4
Ireaiy stipulation i in favor of referring national thoseprocesilings publiCl.tl ii.: They] machinery: done. '... A lure to cross: the frontiers.:, There is no account Foote to be Captain; HajorrCtt.: PUla and Uiliau Medicine buw ***!1 W& !*!- '

disputes to arbitration for adjustment. are also j in .tHe, 'News, 'of 'this' place, of :Saturday The ,tcwl.nges along l the north! bank of of ,the whereabouts' the ,French I Heth ; tDnI theton.ofb1astomachaadInvgozstsd.
". andBoots to'be First titatioa; he la .ot'l 1tol
:", ". t Believing! that much good.will result, they ,lart, and we should not hesitate'tocopy'lbtin the river for, about smile aMa, half,,and ,i Issituatedjust squadron, and the orders givento Admiral : ,Leutenants5 j "e t '.
Brevet b ,
40 JieiltaU recommend Second Lfentenant'JVT. Sbaaffto.beSecond o He' ,
,, pot to a part ;of Dundas,respecting the British fleet under his -
j' :'' tI- from' tbaf l rio'r ,have (a(the bend of.the ver.tO the ,
expected r
'' f paper, ,
: liar foreign policy incorporafioooA command
j-ermawot are kept a profound Heret.Affairs Lleuts.Boot.e and &>The mostroduoedbj -c rre1 tart W
". -',-:" .'' provision, in all ttell it.o.: the duplicate copesto be sect to us,.had southward' ; ,which the map,will, ,show: ttvbe, :are,regarded as critiealbut every.thing may are, '.Lielterant, f.t WDt,D.C.'TheSayannah.Republicansays., Sb th. ,. i

;' .L v ttSttl lUt; .bouJd tor.lrowiet, !arise, 'they the" meetings Vot--been' .in.. .time. .for, ''"the' ,transmission ;' its.direction Jl'Qm.tht. point-25 miles from posstblt..be.eveD! : 'yerlsimicabfy1: arranged natYs r I dolnr:" iot-G1.c I.,

,'-<-' :;cyJ}: "/ff"' .fiJlI)|.It tubmiltcd 10.ths tleciiion. otA of tbe proceedings for.pur,last.issue- theseabyrtfie) :'river.': ,The:'course,of, the without either party,resorting J hostilities. .: -. D.U from wd/t G ..;
; ,<'? '.,''' '. ,.'' I'lltlil grbJtrs1or to 'ben CHINA.....Private I wl.O f )11.
. ,,,,', .. 4 'IfI.JI'1.dUIH"' will ibm priIlegec:, the hi Is -proper to: say,that 'the editor, ;.of the nveris r ,peculiar, feature I ;7aridj has: ,been in London from accounts'China: have been, received 'It is ,under to6d that there will bV'three permanent a".

tin ,,4 the irWtj'alnre, to .I"et an .umpire.. News;;who reecive4tbis Cait.: : quired Z. 'J., ia'OILMAN on ,,,;;.8J;
L .,-. f.t', II "44 'I'f ate_, 'i.4cL. ", : :')b. vvpuJd.iavi .placed J i it : part ol, 'tht,,:peniniala andronk'nortiward Francs, oa 'the::Woraiotf,, of"the'23lh,: o ,,, S.wit:Hon,-'WmB..,Hon.Fleming,Joseph,W.'Jackson.. .1 x1rrpc. ,Jot 1'.#", ..' --.-.. .
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$-' c :); J) '. 1 CltJ-We are aofhorbed k'.unonncaTOuNw;, .Florida.Raflroad ''''"''. ..::-' --z---- ." .
.. PRICE a tandicWe for Judge of Probate of .Oeatbj' WASHINGTON BALTIMORE1'; AND. NEW. Leonard's:
hereby to .
LEGAL. Duval county; thsensainjt election. .. October ; in thellorida IUihSg22 y ( -
: .... -GEO. 'y., CALL,. next.: Jane.23d.'cW. D1.fore that advertised&meeting for 'the-l3&.h..J said .SabaerIbey. Jmm. ]IB JE 'SgAVING8GAP: .

IIH iD iI : } '
a7 510' 'n.a '. aie aothorbed.to anTLunee1SAAC- pOlted to the:l2tb.Taly next and that a siu.tw r
meeting m nec Is .u.L vuscuir. .
i'. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SWART as a efldidate for Judge of ProbstjofDinl of said'bIeriben will be held for the purpose G :ZioiP- 1' -_ ,c .
ore1ecU1I& Directonof
.rl1 County at.the : laid Company.. .
fnsuing election .in Octo ,
:- ,James W. Bryant, her put. June<23d. Oa uada.tATt.Utljl (12th) day,of July Gold.and., .Sflvet Watc&as,,Jewi ry

ATOZXZT AND CotTXSELLOa-AT-U.W, .. < and ,Silver Ware, ,

-, 051aaIh ml cDe CO We are authorized to announce OSCAR at 12 o'clock at noon.'At theBdmgt Bouse ., : at retail at much lea than-the usual,price.

J. P. Banderson. HART a*'a. candidate for Judge of Probate in act the of T01rl1 lleorporaUon.of.Jacksonyme.iD'p1IlBII&aCO'. -or the :. H"APOTHEOARY --' : '" JTJHGENSEN. WATCHES, '. -

II COeXSEttO* AT ;lAWS1uboaiI1J.:7n DuTal County at the ensuing election October Dated June let, 1853. [ I ALL Real Jules Jargenen Watches,received by every '
'XROUKT An : and Tea- ,arrival with certificate from him with
Dext. c. each
'DSlClt m CI. .Jane 23d. A.PUCE JOB a. E4RD03. Depository.Jfo. .-
.11BI850.unag U' I.H.1I&)1ISOlf. .. a.FArtHASU, ?* Watch warranted perfect time-keepers.
J. 3, Dr. Uyrn* New BallOlnc Jack- COOFKB WATCHES
Q-The Friends of URIAH rtXXOAX THOS...wnuny. ,
.BL! BAKES.ATTOKHITATtA his BOWDEN present A.IL RE&D,., JOHH JACISOJt, ,.ooTllle,K.F.lT Duplex and Levers in Hunting and Magic Cases .
name a* a candidate for the office of COIfImlnlOtUrl.
t ,perfect ,
Co. Eat Florida. SHERIFF ,OF.DUVAL COUNTY at' the jelG-d' .., JJhere ::1*kept constantly on hand a Large time-keepers. _
Columbia -*"-
J.ZZiator, October election. -. TgNOTICE.-.-3. .VW and well selected assortment of INDEPENDENT SECOND,
'--H.J WHIT SMITH DRUGS and CRJ.11\1JCAI.8 and Quarter Second Watches, for timing .- -
Jane 1. 1m. : horses in gold and silver eases. -
ATTORHKT AT z.&w <. -; just referred by late arrivals/warranted and -

,JUittttoT, Columbia Co. East Florida THE STEAMER genulne.' Also, PERFUMERY COMBS CUflOOMETEflS.Splendid Makes'th. richest, heaviest, Ihickert,
Q-GEOnGE STOSTE presents his name as -' :BRUSHES SOJPS "LAMPS BURNING Gold Pocket Chronometers which and most permanent of anySbas.

HOPKINS & JBRAHAM, a candidate for CLERK OF.THE CIRCUIT : .IL.ca..dI, FLUW to. Jw. which will be sold low for run without any variation. hug Soap now we.le .
at Law, '
Attorney* 'OCAl'T. EIGHT i
OFFICE at PALATKA E. Fla. COURT of Dnral county, at the October election C.WILLEyiTm Country order solicited and punctually attended Watches which .
run eight day*
CTLLeraetiee in the Eastern Cirenit. .Business ,at the instance of Mreral friends. after this date discontinue her trips for to. Physician's.prescriptions put up with -

..tniH4 0 their care will be promplJy attended April 7th. &few weeks for the purpose of painting, care and despatch f ,'EvAMEL WATCHES* LEONlRD'S FLAVaINa"
IeFebruary19.1S52.tf': r Ito ,Due notice will be siren when the resume for Ladies,tome in hunting ease. .1,,

OSSIAN B. HART, To the Voters Duval County.I her P.trips S. again.The STEAMER CAROUVA win of my own SODA manufacture WATER in AND their SYRUPS highest state;, of for Ladies DIAMOND. ia WATCHES., Peach, Orange, to Cakes, 14p
,some magie ease Ices
ATTORNEY AT' LAW, continue to ran as usual- perfection, in their season to be had at the 'Pie Can'C .
KEY WEST, TtA., respectfully announce myself my feUow-cit- Leaving Palatka every Monday moraine,and counter. c MAGIC WATCHES very cboc aceg11 eonTtaieatr

WYMtieMia the United State and State Court liens of Dnval County,as a candidate for the Jacksonville Tuesday. which change into three different,watches. Hop aod .eye 1 withoofc

of Lb. Southern DistriCt of Florida.Jelylfctf office of CLERK OF THE CIRCU1TCOURT BELLECHASSE FINEGAN, TEAS. AVatehea width'Wind Up delight the delicious
Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Th h
June 16. St Company. .
of aid County-pledging elf if Agents. and turn the hand without exquisite .
my elected to Tea of direct importation,and of thtrty-fattr varieties any key. h1 a 'Ja.o 1

THOmAS DOUGLAS. discharge my duties to the best of my abilities. ,from 4 to 1 Ib.in a package. all warranted Fine Gold Lapine Watches,4 ho*, Fruits and Foe will

COUNSELLOR'AT LAW myStd T. V. GARNIE. New Butter. and at extremely price jeweled, -, (2-1 00 Fnog'E a that. th.j' .cam
ATTORNEY AND -COU.NTRY DEALERS supplied BT OE- .Fine Gold Detached LeTent. SO 00 A"
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY Kegs new Delaware CountButter. 4el. -
AND '5 a. IERTXO ACCOMPANIED-WITH CASH.' Gold enamelled Watches,for the Ladies; 35 00
JACKSONVILLE FLA. NO.4 :NO.4. article,just receiyeitper steamer from Gold English Patent Levers S3 GO LEONARD'S LElON'
New York. F. WAVER. It CO. Garden& Flower Seeds Plants be. SU\.WC
Gold Patent Lever S3 00 from
.yly June 14 16New English hunt'g eases, mae F&V i0 ,
I. New Store, T.MCMILLAN. Silver Patent Levers, as low aa 16 00 a ae is not col j

BjLYrMRON. No. 4 CORNER BYRNE'S BUILDING. my26-y Detached Levers 1400 pleasant, bat also more health
f mae
Arrival. and all other styles of Watches,.at equally
A COUXSKLLOR. and 'wholeaome.andmakce the
SELLING OFF. Bags prime Bio Coffee; A Great Bargain. prices. Cu of drinks. m
5 nnnn1DJttatl summer
JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLA., 5 boxes St. Julien Medoe Claret y. a- able
mIlE ENTIRE STOCK win most ; >
positively -
attend to the transaction of Business in the 2 Hf bbla Fulton Market Beef: Diamond Ear-rings. Pins Bracelets, Finger .LENARDS'iUSAD.-Tm"a.
Will JL be closed the 23d next
by July DRUG
consisting rOR
; STORE SALE. Kings and Crosses for sale at much lees than
Circuit Eastern 1 bbl Sal Soda
Supreme and Courts for the in part of- ; '
and Southern Districts of Florida. Ladies, Mens and Children's Hosiery white, 2 tierces choice near-cured Hams; THE Undersigned offers for sale his Stock of. the usual price 8 wish it perfectly rnx, .

je9 black brown miz'd and slate colors; 1 hhd prime Shoulders; ,MEDICINES&c.with, the privilege JEWEUttYAH co a'f ', Pare MastanL'aad
20 hf bbli Genesee Flour of the best store in the town. The stock kinds of GOLD CHAINS. Pure Gold
Solid Prints Cambries
and fancy colored and
"TITO. S. GALLAHER Scotch and domestic Ginghams French Muslin; Just received per schooners Minerra Wright wu purchased with great care,and will compare WEDDING RINGS, Gold KEYS and SEALS, they will enjoy a article Tory different'

and Muslin Robes figured and; plain era .l and Sarah Wooster and. for sale at the usual row favorably with any of the same amount that can be Gold PENS and PENCILS. Gold and Silver from what id usually called Mustard. ,
White and Cambrics and Muslins prices of F. WAVER & CO. found. The trade is rapidly increasing, and as THIMBLES,BRACELETS,BREAST PJNS,
Late 3d Auditor of the Treasury ,figured plain ;
Lininr and Dress Cambrics. Furniture Prints and I June 14. 16Fire the town is growing so rapidly a corresponding CUFF PINS, LCCKETS, 'EAR RINGS -
will attend to Claims before Congress and the Chintzes Dress and Furniture Fringes income of trade may be expected. When the Gold and Silver SPECTACLES Gold TOOTHPICKS

Departments at W& Silk and Cotton; Bindings; Muslin and L; Cambric Buckets. plank road now in contemplation is completed, ,CHARMS,CUATELEINE{ CHAINS Bardolte'fl .astele
Jacksonville will supply the interior of Florida
He refers to all reasonable men throughout Handkerchiefs; White. Irish, and Slate wishing to supply themselves with in a great mea.mre.with Goods. To one .lLe. &C.

the Union who hare had business with him and Linens; 3-4 and 4-4 brown and bleach'd Goods; Persons Buckets can do so by making immediate wishing to engage in this business a rare any oppor- Sllrcr TTare. WORM SUGAR
he relies for success upon his familiarity with the Brown Drilling and Cotton Osnabnrgs; application to F. WAVE & CO. DROP
tunity is now offered. My reasons for offering STERLING SILVER SPOOXS, CUTS TURKS,
routine of bu8 n.SI.W White and coTored Linen Drillings and Farmers'Pantl Jane 14. 16 the Store
for sale, is that I have other business
WASHINGTON May 10, 1S3. Stuff; Pavilion Cause; which will take all of time. Any communi-
Needles Fins Cords, Hooks and Eyes, Tapes Fresh Groceries and Provisions. cation will be promptly my attended to. WEDDING CAKE ElUTES &C. &C.

F. C. BARRETT Braids Darning Cotton, eol'd and white Spooldo JOHN M. PAYNE. Watches and Jewelry exchanged. All Watches .

; assorted Buttons. Fancy Vesting; 30 Bbla Genesee Flour; Jacksonville Fla., May 19th, 1833. warranted to keep good time, or the money "
Notary Fnblle 17 Hf Bbla do do
Apron and Furniture Checks; Towels, Napkins,
Caanaaloner for taking Acknowledgment and Doylers: 28 BbU Baltimore Flour; returned.Repairs. .

of Deeds Hats Cape.Boots and Shoes. A few of those inimitable 900 Lbs Bacon Sides; BOOKS BOOKS_Come one "-
Aid ether Instruments of Writing, to be used in Bronze Ties,for Ladies. 500 Leaf Lard; BOOKS: all, to see the new Books and Music All kinds of Watches and Clocfs cleaned and

the States of 400 Choice Hams; at the Drug Store on the Corner. Also a beautiful repaired in the best manner at much less than
SEW TORE AND FESKSTLTIKU.JackfOBTflle. Il'I AN'THn LJfE :1 Hhd P R Sugar; ; assortment of Stationery consisting of the usual prices.

Florida. Oct.U-tr Teas Meats Coffees and, Fish Sugars; Almonds, Rice; Hermetically, Raisins, Brandy sealed 2 HC Bbls F 1\1 Beer; of all kinds, Envelopes, Steel Pens Drawing paper Goods sent by express or mail to all parts of
50 Small Table Salt
the United
J. H. H. BOURS Fruit; Wines Cordials, and all kinds of Liquors 2 Bbla Molasses ; Paper,Bristol' Boards Crayons Port Crayons States.GEO.
Pencils, Playing and Visiting Cards &c. Call ,
Ale, Lemon Syrup Candles
; ; ; 5 Boxes No 1 *
NOTARY PUBLIC Ginger Pepper, and Coffee ground ready for 250 lbs Codfish;Soap; and examine the assortment. Importer of Watches arid Jewelry,
use; All Spices; Patent Medicines; my26 J. M. PAYNE, Druggist. Wholesale and Retail
2 nth Coffee Sugar They no calomel ii>
JACKSONVILLE. E. FLA. cti o mercury
Matches Soaps, Olives Cut and Plug Chewing 1 do Alcohol; So. 11 wan at.,3d floor,near Broadway deleterious
Tobacco; Pickles; Yeast Powders; Cigars and 1 dos 1 Ib cans Tobacco; New Spring Goods. : June 16-, NEW YORK. any and o any ingtedientwhatever

GENERALMEDAL Snuff; Starch and Blacking. 1 Bbl Pulverized Sugar; a'a' oc attf t

Also a well assorted Stock of Glass, Crockery; 1 do Pickles; Watches Gold and Silver Ware.L. the ee pleasant t ad I
Hardware and Cutlery; Carpenters'Tools, and in operation. Children
NOTICE. 5 Boxes Baker's Candles; HANKINS HARDEE
H. MILLER & co. e&e
a great variety of other articles, for cash only 3 do Starch; WHOLESALE with gnat aridity and.pleasure
at fcj-No. 4 JL BYRNE'S BUILDING Bay j cask Best Brandy; HAVE now in store, received per recent ar
street.June 23. ;J. M. CLEILAND. Hf and Quarter Boxes Raisins, choice Segars Very rich French Printed Muslins Berages No.227 Baltimore It.i S.E.cor. Charles at. UTICA
his Profeeeional Services the ,
Offers to citizens of
Sweet Oil,Matches Split Peas,Yeast Powders, .D 2'182
De Laines; Muslins, in solid colors; MPORTERM English and Swiss Watches
Jacksonville lu the and II Republican"Dural County.CJomce Bnlld- Health for tIle StatesHOLLOWAY'S '!!!! Cheese Sugar Crackers Soda do, Butter do, French and English Calicoes; I and tool of every description Watch case able Gent.-Te frequent e a fT

I.'fc Mackerel, Pepper Sauce &e.,just received per Shirtings and Sheetings of every quality and Makers and Manufacturers of.fine Gold Jewelry.We we get o ie1;
_ap2IWM. q Joseph Grice and Olive and for sale by width; call the attention of Sdhthern 'and Western DOTTE'S WOBJC Bug m

M. TUNNO F. WAVER & CO. 1.1, 11-1, 12-1 Lancaster Quilts. dealers in Watches.Jewelry sad Silver Ware,to of the recently, nude t send

Also a large assortment f Ready-made Clothing our very extensive stock assuring them that inDO you p by j

Factor and Commission Merchant je9ICE &c. fee., all of which they will sell at the article in our line shall we allow any establishment with will find copies a B
ICE ICE lowest market prices.N. to surpass us,either in quantity quality or I Hnber'a you o to
(For Florida Produce,) B. Store formerly occupied by Messrs. or low prices. We are the only Wholesale Housein a W.SW1 boIls
SOUTHERN ao TONS just received from Boston and Moody & Boulter. this branch of trade in Raltimore, and shall honest men

fc3-XO. 5. WHARF-Q for sale by the subscribers. Jacksonville April 7th. 3. So use every fair means to induce Southern and Wet- been known tome nearly twenty yeara,

Charleston S. C. Orders from the country carefully and promptly tern merchant to open accounts pith us. Our To-day a farmer called ana got t&*
attended *fc, F. WAVER & CO.
shall be .liberal and accommodating
1Dyl -r__ Jacksonville, May 5, 1333. New Spring Goods. terms can possibly be found in the United States. second box the fint having been admiaistered

has received steamer We will take great pleasure in showing our with very faTorable results some1
undersigned just by .
MALONE j TAYLOR, ii.T."i. j> BARGIANS BARGIANS THE from New York goods to Southern and Westan merchants, two or three weeks l to a daughterof

whether they accounts with us or not. his thirteen old. In this
open years eua.ihe
BAR GlANS.! parents did not buno that the dW
riKST WHARF BKUTW KOBLE ST., Goods, feb3-Cm Importer of Watches Baltimore.
roided but ehe immediately re-
v.ry reypectfally solicit consignments EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF LOSS OF HEALTH, mHE Subscriber be's leave to inform the pub.u which he now offers to the public at very low ADVERTISEMENT.DIRECT COTered her health.
lie that he has removed from .No 1Armstrong's
for cash. The Assortment id in .
Southern Lumber, Shingles &c. &.C. DISORDERED STOMACH, INDIGESTION AND corner,and Reopenedin prices every variety of style and fashion. complete Truly and respectfully yoors,

Referto- DETERMINATION OF THE BLOOD TO THE Doctor Foreman's Old Store, .Among the many articles may be found- TRADE. WILLIAM BHISTOL
A. McCxu-A Cashier Camden N.
JOIATBA BUOCK Bank : (or mint,)where he would be pleased to meet hu Domestic and English Prints; Do Ginghams; mIlE advertiser is to receive COTTONinthisorbyhis -

E.T. RICHARDSOX, Philadelphia, do. ; HEAD.of a Letter from Mr. John Lloyd, ofErwwen old friends and cast omers, who may wish to purchase Printed Muslins and Lawns, from. 10 cU.to Jl prepared Agents at any UTICA Jane 10, 1852

T. E. Hccinuii,Jaeksonrine,Florida. near Harlech, Merionethshire.To Groceries and Provisions.His 30 cts.jltr Plain yard; Silk Tissue other fthe American ports and to forward it to I certify that I purchased of MestavWM.
stock consists of Hiram Smith's and AlfredH. Fig'dand Berages ;
February 17. 1353* ; any port in GREAT BRITAIN or on the CONTINENT BKISTOI. Co., day-before jester
?_ Swiss Mull Jaconets and
Professor HOLLOWAT: Smith's Family Flour; Tarltens plain OF EUROPE be directedby
Edmund Whitney, SIR: I avail myself of the first opportunity of Double Extra Genessec in half bbls ; checked; to sell in this may or in of the day,a box ofBardottn'sVerrnifzmge Sugar
consignors, or any
Commissioned and legally qualified as informing you, that for a very long period I was Corn Rice Grits Hams ; French Cambrics,plaid and plain; DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN MARKETS,and Drops;for a child of mine,oar ana*half

Keasarcr and Inspector or Lumber for afflicted with a dangerous giddiness and frequent Bacon Sides, a one article, Mess Pork ; do Changeable Summer Silks,rum S7i e. to $1; to make CASH ADVANCES on it when re years old whom supposed troubled with

Dirral County. swimmings in the- head attended by loss of appetite Butts ; Wide Black Silks; Florence and Marceline ceived. Also to execute orders for any articles worms. I had tried to get Vermifuge

May be found when his services are desired on disordered stomach, and generally impaired No 1 Mackerel in blue and kits; Silks; desired in any foreign or domestic market. down her Bereral times,-bat coald not do
inquiry at the Republican office. health Every means bad failed to give Cod Fish. Colgate's pale and yellow Soap ; A very fine lot of Embroidered Swiss Shawls; Please address HENRY MANKIN, and ,she
Jinelo_6m_ me any permanent relief and at length it became fancy do ; A few rich embroidered and plain Canton Crape Commission Merchant,16 Bowley's Wharf, it holding'.her nose
so alarming that I was really afraid of going Colgate's Pearl Starch manufactured from Shawls; Baltimore. je-3t would remit all up aginBut after

JOSEPH GRICE about without an attendant. In this melancholy Indian Corn ; White Lace Mantillas &e; she got the taste of the SPCA D9", she

General Commission Merchant condition 1 waited personally upon Mr.Hughes,' Candles, Sperm and Adamantine ; A choice lot of embroidered Goods, Pointed cried for more. Yesterday and to4ay. -. .

36 WATER ST., NEW YORK. Chemist, Hariech for the purpose of consulting Coffee old Go.ernment Java ; Rio ; Collar: Notice. we her the contents of the box aid
Srarcr and prompt attention given to the sale of him as to what I had better do. He kindly recommended Sugar Stuart's crushed,Refined and Loaf; Do. L. C.Hdk&, Chimesettes, Underslceves can FOURTEEN "
all articles of produce entrusted to his care your Pills. I tried them without delay A fine article of Porto Rico Brown ; Cuffs, &e.; AGREEABLE to an order of the Hon. the t>day it brought away

and all orders promptly complied with. and after taking them for a short time, I Cheese. Butter Lard,Yeast Powders, Salaratns. The latest fashion of Ladies' Hats,at very low of the Eastern Circuit of LARGE WORMS! feme of them foot

apI29-tf am happy to bear testimony to their wonderful Sal Soda; .? prices; the State of Florida held in and for the County Ions. _
efficacy. I am now restored to perfect health, Nutmegs Spice Pepper, Ginger Cinnamon, Misses and Ladies'Flat*; of Columbia,May Term 1S5& MARTIN ,'
110L.MKS, and enabled to resume my usual duties. You are Cloves ; Rich Bonnet Ribbon and Linings; Will be sold before the Court House door in East of the Big Basin Broad-stt Dtiea
".era! Comoalulon merchant at liberty to publish this letter in any way yon Pickles in jars Sweet Oil; Lemmon Syrups, Ladies and Misses' Slippers Ties Gaitors, the Town of Alligator Columbia county on the
100 WAIX STKEET NEW You may think proper.i New Orleans do; Boots and Bootees; first Monday of August aest, the following described

"WILL pay particular attention to sties of Yel.lew mm. ..r. vnnr obedient aervant.Signed Cordials ; Epsom Salts. -- GENTLEMEN.-- -- lands to wit: The northeast quarter of UTICA, Nor. 16 lS52.
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Fine Lumber Live Oak and other Southern ( ) JOHN LLOYD. Besides a general assortment of other articles A fine assortment of ReadT-made Cloth section twenty-five (S,) township six, (,) range Mesera. WM. BRISTOL& Co, -

Tinker and Produce; and to orders for pnrehas- June 6th 1852. 1 usually kept in a grocery, of the best Quality ing,PanU very Coats Vests,of every style, quality seventeen (17.) Cader_Hancock Gentlemen, My little daughter,a

Lag- Merchandise. decdtfDOL.L.NE11 MIRACULOUS CURE OF DROPSY. 'which he win sell lower for cash than the "Cheapest and faahion; a beautiful style of Summer Hat Said lands sold as the property deceased of for the 7 years, had been ailing for three or four

& POTTER. Cash Store.1 Come on,gentlemen;we shave for gentlemen; also a superior quality of French ,late'oC said county. of said estate purpose months and fearing that she might be
Extract of a Letter from Edward Rowley, 'with sharp Razor warranted not to cut in the Boots and Gaiters; Shirts Drawers, Wrapper*, of making a.distribution
General Commission merchants, Esq, of India Walk Tobago, dated April t t81J eye or tear across the grain. Collars, Cravata&c. Cloths, Cassimeres,Test- among the heirs of aid est troubled with worms about week ago I
14 Front Street Corner Maiden Lane ALtXA.NDElt at store box of BAR*
may 19, l853. S. N. WILLIA.MS.II1R.ll1 ings, always on hand. Also, Tailoring done to bought your -a
TJp Stair, Hew T0rk, DOTTE'S SUGAR DROPS and admniis*
order short notice. ,
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted To Professor HOLLOWAT: SMITH'S FAMILY FLOUR.- on to make large bills can do as ARTHUR. ROBERTS, Wxthia
all in
Planters wishing tend them to her one day.
DXAK Slit 1 deem it I to and Com rwior&m.June4th.l8.13.
: a duty owe
tojtheireare. Particular yon -
to the
given .II 20 barrels Hiram Smith' Family Flour. other in the Southern
ale of Cotton Lumber,Timberand Turpentine; the Public at large to inform yon of a most miraculous Also, a few Barrels Stewart's Syrup well States.at this store as any ftln .. twenty-four hours after,she passed away

also to the purchase of goods. recovery from that dreadful disease Received per schooner Joseph Grice A large lot.of Negro Wear constantly on TW ; u.TWO woaiis some of them. tea
FLiberal advancement mad.on consignment D.opsrand which under God,was effected by And for sale by uAnd. Notice.ALL or twelve Inches long.' ,We fM,

U-ebruary 19. .. '. your invaluable Pill*. I was tapped five time two jn2 5. N. WILLIAMS. The public are solicited to call and examine whom it may concern are hereby notified her no other medicine.. Since theaj ffcy
within months and by
F. Waver Co. medical eight practioneri but could not get cured until Goods[ and Price, as they will find it to their interest on the 12th day of July, A. D. 1333, has been a different child entirely.*? "*.
CMaaeUalew_d WANTED More Customers at the to purchase at this store-every article being I, A. B. Smith Guardian of Ileum Smith out
Forwarding I bad recourse to your remedy, and notwithstanding Store of Messrs. lOLl cheap for cash. '. shall to the Hon. William A. Forward, She had not slept well nights, nstato
A HD all I bad undergone this miraculous HANK1NS & llARDEE.RIG1IT apply in her sleep and I was afraid
AMERMAN Circuit out
Dealen ia Groceries Provisions.Choice jn2 L. B. Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern cry
Wines in the of six weeks.
medicine cured me course for should not her. Now she is atire
Liquor and Serare,Paint,Oils,Drug,fce.tc., (Signed) EDWARD ROWLEY. SIDE UP-WITH CARE. No 2 Byrne's Block, comer Newnan and of Florid* at his office in Jacksonville we ,
for CASH only nodS Bay,street. leave to sell the real estate of said minor,consisting ..
Bay Str.s. Jacksonville, E. Fl,. INFALLIBLE CUBE OF A STOMACH COMPLAINT, The Underrfgned is" constantly 14,1S23. of three hundred and fifty acres ot land Raving 7reTiOi7ZuY used'tarion other
receiving New Goods-consisting of JACKSONVILLE April Rose's Bluff;in the county of N.isaiiineaiilChcuiL -
situated near
WITH ISDIGESTTOS AND VIOLENT BEAD- : .JrOnJ1 medicines in my family,I can safely
Bloodnod and Bouse, Groceries, Dry Goods Hardware '
their thanks the, inhabitants of ACHES. Ready made Clothing of LAND AB.SMITI1.Guardian. recommend BJJUWTTX'S Dxon as preferable
RCTURK ,and its vicinity for their liberal Extroct of a Letter from Mr. S. Gowen Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps, &.. fee. TEl'lDOUSANDACBES je9-lm to all other remedies for,the e! >

patronare bestowed upon them since they eom- Chemist, of Clifton, near Bristol, dated They are all directed Right side up. with Including a _- tual eradication of worms

need.lWBeII; and hope by strict attention to July.Uth, 1852. eare."to HANK1N3 & HARDEE.jn2 Valuable Plantation, with Exten -NOTICE. WILLIAM STANTON, .
$.0 writ continuance of the sameTatyhaveeonstaaUyoahandafall HOLLOWAT ; persons are hereby forbid trespassing on 42.Water Street,TJtic*
asaortmentf I To Improvements ALL lands on' the St. John's river, two "
Dry Goods Ready Made Clothing l Hats and DCAK SIR: 1 am requested by a lady named o Ib*.BACON SIDES just received the residence of the late tracts lying on both sides of the river,between !# .

Cape, Boot and Shoes Stationery Hard ware,,' Tb mas,jut arrived from the West Indies to ,,000 ,rind for sale low.by WELL known H.McIsroaH as Hambly Old Store and Mount Tucker, and on Alwaya ready to*use \
'Crockery Groceries,Provisions Drugs and Medi- acquaint you that for a period of eight yean her. jn_ HANKINS & HARDEE. J. Salt Spring at the north end of Lake George ;

.ia,P 4gsn,WiDe JMu,.which they are snUrat *eu and family suffered from continued bad health ? Only Fifteen Miles from Jactsontifflt, directly as I shall prosecute all trespassers to the full extent -
tM v.vy lowMt sash 1Jried. arising from disorders.of the liver and stomach the St. J/m', river. of the law. '
JaAsonvaie,Jan.20,1_. indigestion loss of appetite violent headache, JAmES.HAlVHAJ upon JOSEPH 11. nEa. A."iDEZ.
pain in the aide weakness and general debility, hand The sub.criberhas been appointed Agent for -
constantly on a general at- June 2-3m
*: diaries De Waal Auctioneer for which the consulted the most eminent men in KEEPS of:_. the Administrators and will show the premise- ______
the colony, without any beneficial result; at but -- to anyone wishing to purchase.,
JACKSONVILLE,E.F. Family Groceries and Provisions of a SugarHouse,em- NOTICE. '
had the Equipments
she recourse to invaluable Pill, whichin Also,
Sale in any part of the County attended tel pour with from date I win apply to the
mad a very abort time effected *o great change Of which he i*always receiving fresh supplies.Atso bracing the;necessary apparatus connected nnHIltTYDA
..rnJ1YlOlieitecLNonmber JL of Probate
1852. tf for the better that she continued them and the Sugar It. Jud. fo Colbi.euty Co.
and Tools used the real estate
of Machine order Ge
His Auction Room Store-house wkole family were restored to health and strength. Numerous Articles Household Furniture, Also, a quantity the southwest
and are kept of and preparing Cotton with Iron Geer- art.dec'd,for payment deht to &
Further, she desires me tojay that she ha witnessed in raising o
em Bay Street sear the principal market where Fixtures of the section 19,
; Budding tfc. Horse Power,complete order. quarter
their virtues those ed q4
extraordinary complaint '
he keep on hand at all seasons of the on nit purchasers. 8, south of range the west J
year invited to"ean.OJStore The Land will be parcelled to township :
incidental to children, Incases Customer respectfully : j -
particularly -
be section 30, town
most reasonable
| term,family Groceries and of the northeast
Uberal. qu
Provisions for each or country Produce. of measles and acarletina having effected ( on.'Bay street- .opposite Dr.Byrne'* Terms '.. Eo JOHNSON' h 3, range 15. Drth half of the _
Goods positive core of those diseases with no other rem- Bnildingi. jn2 the southeast of
Mut to Subscriber on Commission Agent for Adminiatratort.. I southeast quarter and quarter
for private or auction disposal will be quickly edy. (Signed) S. Jacksonville,June 1,1853. .2tfCOOPMAJS'S I the southeast qur.and the ntea'quarterof
attended to and amount speedily forwarded.JSabeeriber .- These celebrated Pills are wonderfully ejfi- COKN.- bushel Flint. Com superior the & quarter; S, Jt

ha*been known in this community forA copious in following complaints sale by 'Estabiishm.nt. range 15,all said described lands lying and being. _
.jd JAMES IIANHAMLrL B a kin K of-Columbis. -
na-vber ef yean a*anotioneer and otherwise. Inflammation said county
He Ague J continue te supply i CHARLES C. STEWART.
offer BO recommendation,.but desires that COOPMAN
Asthma Jaundice
iaoaine made J& UR.-40 barrels Fresh Baltimore Flour HENRY Jackonvffle with 26 IS2S. Administrator,&
himself .
should be regarding of Bilious Liver May ; 0
eompl'U Erysipelas compUte ,JAMES HANBAM.jn2 ., .
.L1. for IA1e h1 __
tayCooanerdal house at the place of him resi- -
Blotche kin Female irregu- LumbagoBeweleaupTU GOODBREAD
._. .CTI ART-frs DaWAAL.j on larilie .Fever of a_ I FOR.' CASH AND CA&H,ONLY Notice. ,

Cellos Flu' kind Leaf Lard Just received 'MONTHS date I hall apply to the Leonard's' Yeast Powder
2 door a : .
iitnaled on Bay-rireet, SIX
D.GILMAN: Pile Rheumatism .ConstipationGoat LAR.D.-I'ba.rrels JAMES I1ANHAM.Jn3 :Hi* *tore 'of Wm. 'Ausep. at flon.Judge Pbte for.Dutal county, .
nn\ft bowels from the old comer final settlement as joint Ad '' -
AiICS. Retention of of the for a '
Consumption the Urine Headache F.-Waver*2KSS3l'TS !S.'feSS ministrator'the estate of ONi Cnar. Thi Powder an admlalJ. aDtilot
PENNBrLVANIA AVtNTJE. BBE.4D. of said far YEAST, .in :iDg..Brea4 *nd all
Scrofula De ty'1Ddi stiOll ba.rre1a 51J'UP J 'la1e b1'JAJ1ES .J" : late county; del _
WASHINGTON CITY Evil Sore Throats Stone tGrarel SYRUP.-I '- H.AN1LUL'.jn2 FLEMING.Sheriff's .-' kinds ofBatter.Cakes mad -bat the adrantan -
.,' King from the country w find 1&eGIITen1en' Jl6. .G ._ .L_
MBMBtflT 0MA J&1g_rV*< W6l*CJ Secondary Symp-. Tie Douloureux Tuneon :: themselves with these artlclu fresh&thiaeoutM. over Y.in taaking MWBawerperreotlv

OILMAN'S torn Ulcen Venereal AffeeWormsofall iPrirate families. reguUr pplie41I1town..r light sad ready' for balJeg&r'

In Weakness Lions No FOR .:A Rosewood Piano, tore.' :, '- -. Sae.B" it mixed. .,!Baokwhel an*
instant :
ftManeopB LieEtd Hair-Dye w
kind. from whatever cause;to. I.! received and for sale, ..fnmisnea can a* aU Y virtue of an ed from a Jus
Iron frame pastry "Po
with just PartieewUhing
.,7t ( vtutk other Cakes wb: :aBwi with,
JII1tal4MDCif1&fi.iJe. iiftr- ia the of Doyfiflepoeatpublie
Court .end
: 'Sold at the establishment of Profewr Holle- bTJAMES.. HANHAM. time be aeeommodated with profflptne. and on' tice's fo County -
tDQ.1I r way.itt Strand, ,(near.Temple Bar)London i reasonable temLL eatery i front of the der, are ,1ikelth.; .
Jn2 -
for aa1e by and by all render d Medicine throughout the i. ; I ial6 this oportunityofexpTaaaIngm7 Usa Court House door,in the'town,of.Jat'i' itomach .than thosfl .BJ-O* Trimprep Yead;

joUN M. PAYNE.JacksonyUls United States la boxes,at 171 0.,870.,aad fl 60 lbs'BacoD.lauale ID- for the liberal evidence of enooarageB$%hh&. M the first Mo1'of-u: &. ,. andit"rre1b4'a feW 18iHieI ty

,Florid. each 'Wholeaale by the principal Drug houses BACON.-iOOO IDAME5HANILUL I have already reeerred. and while wspectfuUy usual hour' s. foltnrin& property,to w'&W'" _bakintlmiossMh' of ITIIri

.Caiurt. Luiva HAO-DIX lathe only Article iathe Union,'and by Mean.. ...D..DA'1 *, : asking a eonUnuaneeof the I&ID .feel warranted .no:One M1p sine or them son> nr1 seska&OIGOD .f
i *ow *e4 ia tMlOILY. .Gentlemen who. "ft&I' .. York r in claiming for the bread which i loffeequslltissunsurpaMed ten yean old; levied o& i hanog. f
en :Or:MathinB tf m. raav ar.TtfWaUd ; TIafte i*.* considerable saTing'ly taking 'AToPvEcKAE.-' in lithe easenOal*which jj>to make property of Simeon 8,Tyler and Margaret .Tyfer '. '

. '-1' baC0,aUeD4.;11 or Pal't1'eaa-po the. larger aisM. ,W, The.;:nndenisned "WIalI.t.a, the l&&I'orure1)al..', .-and wholesome.I with. his wife O.-Myers.'to satisfy'I.e i faver out ':Y- ,:-:, ,..... ,&BOIJF.- ,.. .
of ;
-rJ .& suit ol black N.B..Dir.ct1ous for.thegn1dsne. paMentiIn use the best doar"wJ .ttM
adL1- eonUne
will o
117 deotIngee to no .
0 warranted PONY. : .
rood GEO.-HiITHJ .
4. ainut. 10 their diIordet. duel to each box .: rebate a Ja the art ofBakIa justifies >. c' '' : tlb.yftrttt..btI: "
-slng t.wa persn&1 ;
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% :; 1i1Id iV .SAANNAHADVETI8EMENTS.MbELL&C. I CHARLtD8EMENTL'. _- .rV" ; :2; i F, E :' '":: f.71 ST D : '_ :::;:'ruos..u t 9"CThE1SrAMA.NI ,.! ; -' '.'Charleston i 'atid1fl4orit&if. : -

MUSTANG 'LINIMENT. I. W. : I oLvEfl'iIUm- ', -' : ,/ .' ; CROFT: I F, .: SA1LSTEAE

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this Pa.re..win fall into the bands of Wholesale Grocetil Liquor, and FiifzsimmonsYharf cOL4L
AS many p NQ : No. ,7g East
bo are not In tbe habit reading advertisements 1 Provision Dealer : Bay, opposite: -. -. -, ._ ,_ t

In newspapers, and especially those relating 8METS' BUILDINGS '. .. ?%'tI. 189 BA.y"CHAUESTON* ( k L"'STON."S. .c. t IF'I.itI y

to Patent Medicines, we deem it a duty to Brotfgliton .8aTa..aJi Ga.- constantly on band a well selected stock : J .
Inform vnch persons and aim those who have not I W. MORRELL. ., ;N. F. ''fEDSTER., HAS Liquors and Groceries, which be offers I itmorletsand' Wholesale: Dealers In1 Foreign- r,',LEMOS SysCT: In balf'pipes. quarter'casks Through to Pala&a iw24.to Ja fa.,
already learned the
fact from own experience for sale low .Orders from the country carefully Wines .barrela kf gs, and In boxes of one doien each. The CAHOLJNA 'lew(Cnarfestea
and observation, tbat Mexican' Mustang House ,Furnishing :Establishment and promptly attended to. ..,' !and Domestic-Liquors'', '.,Jamaica Lime\ Juice -do do do'do.-- --.- Saturday'3 P. M. Returning.uJtu\PI.

Liniment is really, truly and Intrinsically, the Furniture b y Wholesale and Iletall.fffVlE J ,ft>Terms-CASH OE CITY A cci'Th1cC.prfl7y Segar9'Tobacco; &c.:, and Manufacturers Sardines, in whole half and quarter boxes. LATKA-ereryJaonday at 1.A f.P1eo'fat
for>rheumatism remedy ever, neuralgia before offered stiffness to tho or soreness afflicted subscriber desires to call the further at- i ,. -' :, .' of Lein n'Sj'rup of,superior J qtfaltty.Keep ; I ;Lobsters, Mackerel, Salmon ,and,Clams, inl A;The M.-aiHtJ FLORIDA ksonTille,:wW Taesdw at I A 'II 1Q
J 4ear
joints, clcs or tendmis. .,For cuts, bruises, .JL tention of the Florida pnblie to his-well. constanton hand is exttntivt tvprfyofthe Charleston .'
mn j GEO. ABBOTT &u 0. East India Trcserrea [ !r1i*oei' of 9 Twsdar S'P.AL. RetVJIlDg-.m .
burns, or seal Js, sore nipples, caked breasts Ice., known establishment for the sale of -, following articter, which they art'prtpart'flto Ginger, .. laths 11iursdayjJ0 o'clock lea" Pa .
FURNITUREnnd UOUSK FURNISHING WHOIX8A1.E AND RETArtMALKRSIN: tat to City and Country Maaumtt on their ,At)!; .BJack
it is unrivalled excellence, and we haveprovcd J 3French 3 P..M. Jacksonville Creek
in boxes of 1 ; ; riday .c
Cherries In dos.ach.
BXSCRWTlOff.Housekeepers liberal Brandy, 0 clock
it to be a certain remedy for the pil lI. Wo can, 1I1ATERIALSofrrerg :. ;1r rJ2 usual terms: These steamer 4.l.1.
therefore, confidently recommend it, and advise merchants. can supply.'themselves for- COCSAC BItt Dy.-J. J. Dupnr; J. J. Rons, e. Fruits in:: in boxca of" -1 ''dozen' 'each Stages of East Florida and: all Lh4 atAtiot
with every article: for general use or OILS VARNISH : Brandy, : wwitfitbeNeir t both
every reader to try it, fueling A certainty of:iv- ,; Pinet.;Castillon & Co.; J.'llennesy,, P, II. Go- .- ,York I&eamahips .

Ing sa&isfactIonby giuug relief. forming Everything a good in storo the stock lino .business., mentionedkept WINDOW Gl ASS, PUTTY, lard- & Co.. Leger Frercs, Otard,, Dapny. & Co., ,assorted.Do do In their own juice, do d..* roads, ,tbeWilmlngton RoVdV aroa.

NE\V YORK, July 31, 1S32. on hand, including Bedroom AuU;every aetcrlptloii ,of Paints. fonnu 3. & F1\fa.rtel.and other--ch ice brands. in Pie Fruits,do do. -.- i ,> 'oJ-l'wae front_Cbariestotf to Jaek ym.
rarJorlbl1j half in boxesof *
We hereby (certify tbat we have used the compound and Kitchen Furniture, 1 be made k' In a Paint Store, 1 pipes doi. ,each'quarter- and- "v eighth, casks,and !, Stuart's and Lovering's'Steam, ,Kenned., Sazars. S.For front Charleston to Palatka tlO..'. ,

known as .M rstang Llnintcnt and have upon as good terms ns pnrcbnies can be effectedat ,Wo, 97 East gay Charleston S. C. AMERICAN BRANDT4th proof, in imitation ot .. further, paitienUrs apply to -
hesitation in bctt article the North. I. \". 'MORRULL'S, ., ; -Do Loaf, in boxes and halt boxes of 16 loaves J.'W' CALDWELLoCharleato
French casks. '
in half and eighth
have Old established stand Savannah, Ga. pipes quarter ach. II
we cure sprains Burning Do l1iEC.\.t
Also handFresh and do-1st In
call cuts brn! Z. borec march 24 on Camphene proof barrels Do Crushed in barrels ._ .
*, e* on .. Chandeliers .JaetlQJ1TiDt.'
Fluid and of and Uot&AW GIN Pane Anchor
description Apple Cologne
Lamps ,
every REID
All who doubt this, will please call on the un.Jersigned i Do Ground or Pulverized in barrels. Kit, ;1atu. -
-. and they will be happy to afford "1 WEBSTER: : AND PALMES prices.for burning the same, at the Alanufacturers and WHISKEY CloverLeaf 5h Brands.and Scotch. I Do Steam Refined Candy,in:boxes i,r/4S Ibs.Almond" EeL O-tt. : 4'

'other efficacy Information, &0. iu their I.U P TZ HIT na regards& Co.it!: WHOLESALE DEALERS INGROCERiES Agent for Blokes Fire Proof Paint. Do Monongahela and 2d quality.Do !e ac. best*Bordeaux'and""SCarseflW i soft Opposition Liiie ; .

J.I.L ,O'Mara,PHUburg, Sheaf Eye and t. 9
: Proprietors Manhatn Stage Co. April 7-y_. .. Bourbon. !and hard shell. camimr

.Extract from a letter dated ', (Successors to A. Welles & Co.-'nt the old L Johnston, Crews,&'Brawley, Do Baltimore,Western Ryo- and New!I about.Castile 23 Ibs.Soap each..superior, quality, ,'In boxes of, ,the Uj.Mail: ,. <<

'SACBAMEVTO. Cirr t Ca!.Aug. 15, 1S2. Stand,) IMPORTEKS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IXNO.ISI Orleans rectified. Soap, Jackson's No.1. ,
RUM New Orleans ika
Old Jamaica St. Croix
I believe the ,Mustang Liniment most an excellent NO. 195 BAY STREET, mBY GOODS and New- England. Corks, Velvet Wine, in bales. .,,'and., bags X>f 7 Pal ,<, Ha., and 'STflfl GatVOITYC _
article. My wito brought couple of each. '
.ii n bot Jan. SAVANNAH GA. ) .'gross ( :
Vir ; 'ALLrU&VA.Y-
; 276m. ,PEACH BnAiNDY-Oltl North Carolina and 4
with which 1 thank- .
tel her. tu&1t you EAST HAY, CIIAUl.ESTOSr,S.c. I' Do. common Bottle, bags 7 gross. Va.Picolata Black
JOS. W. WEBSTER. GEO. ginia.
". she came here, my horfio fell down with Do,Jug and Tap, ,i. ".. llaWoti .
n., an injured mo considerably, but broke no B Hr < FOST A. S. JOHNSON, J. II. BRAVLET, APPLE. BKATOT-New Jersey_ and North Carolina. -I Do Velvet Demijohn; 4 and 5 gross 7an and St..Martf,. Bynsuitk. nitd flj
had recourse to the IQlnt'ad the Vinegar, White Wine, in quarter casks.' 1 1i.:uai" -
CORDIALS-Noyean,Perfect ,jLove Annisett, ,
fact the aSt4ftihifl. ,
relief was ia
cure .l1ERCIIANI1S Do Cider barrels. .
U..1AMSOM. CAN'NADAT PERRT. Rose, Cinnamon and Pcppermiut. I mIlE ,STEA,
A. S.
5igned) AUSTIN J. i WlxEslaJeira.N'ewton. Gordon Cossart & SEQAR* A large assortment of IUoIIosdos1: .PACln
Ex&re fro: letter dated SAVANNAH GEORGIA. jan C-ly 1 Co., Lcaeock and Jardine, in I and I casks. I Consolacion. Filantropa Washington and other KING, leases ?a1at6eveq3Ioniay J RLAKA.C W.1

.. PlSTTuCa. Pa., Oct. ', 1S2. Port, Pago's, Key and other choice brands. I choico brands, of direct importation. AldO' -t'loriJa3 at 8 o'oloc m-Lr.

Another cirucnutance: which 1.noticed in Ohio, P. II. BFIIN, JOHN POSTER MCQARTER&CO., Sherry, pale, Dan Gordon & Co., Bonitaa anther L nav Cheroots.. and Cuba. Sixes. Arrives at Jacksonville same ereflWl
Ton.tcco-P. Robinsott'a :
few, i thought spoke the jan27-Gm: (SVCCE'SSORSTO M'CARTER &ALLKX,) o choice brands. I Honey leans Tuesday a4
a dlVlg.t h.II.of morning; at.3 o'c1ock'
't Dew,,| lb. plugs, in wholo and half boxes, of 100) t uchhaC
Virtues the tiistang. icing il ofce ophysiciaw WHOLESALE Do do Brown, do do. I at all the intermediate plaew as abet,.
of i noticed ha McMAHON & DOYLE, Do Tcncriffe Vcntoso's London Particular and I lbs.caeh.: Fare
high tbuitliiitf, : Through from .
the duor of hi book-c.vt.e, bccral bottles'of a : Cargo do. Do ROJIgh and Heady, in kegs of about 100) Black Creek .PlMlatavaM
;opened WHOLKSALft DEALER IN ILLEHS III ll TAilmiER Ibs, each. . -, Mm
] Mustang, along side <>f'which. was an empty ? Do Sicily Madeira quarter casks. I DoVor's Premium lobacco Through Fare from Jacksonville, j J
Mustang lmU1e.and :twoonuee Irecplon 1IIOCEll1ES AND llllIS1ll Corner Meeting and Ptnckney-sts., Do Malaga, dry and sweet, in .J and i casks. i in 5'a, 8'.-, and L ''Q.N.B.-.The Welaka.e.nn... .tW'i.
al filkd tvith Muftnng L ] 0-Do 11'ORTER-nyass' quarts and pints. i ino Jib.Do
Charleston S. C.
following directions .1iment I! throat veil FOREIGN ANn DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Scotch and East India Ale, quarts & pints' El Dorado in boxes 40 to 43 Ibs. each. .thanuhJpuate of Georgia- for '.
the CHAMPAGNE CIDER Boxes And a variety of other brands, in 5's, 8'*, and I
and uiomiiig with the Liniment and ) BAY STREET ,one dozen each.
Digh wrap NO. 190 JS5* A complete assortment of LAW, 4 Ib. plugs. AGnn. .
doth aroun.l it." J. P. FLEMING. Do do Casks, three and six dozen each.,
I wo1cn Opposite Messrs. Scranton Johnston & Co) Smoking Tobacco, in boxes of 5 and 8 K. R. DUKE, PaTa\b. -
'B.H. McekiiifSi 1A\\rLlnut'ltrcet.Cincinnati, ( MEDICAL, SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BrtTEnsoxcs, ono dozen each, and on dozen -

.confined to his bed and under treatment ofa: .formerly occupied lit Cluit. Harlridge, Esq. BOOKS, together with D LA N It BOOKS ,I draught. ':4 An,18 oz. papers. S WAVER:11.' &CO., JicViontme,
physician some six weeks with neural.jin i ., of tho SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Rand of Cordials;assorted, do do. Wine Bottles-French and German Patent, in Feb.24-tf, LAFFITEAU.-Savamaa.
everydescription .
Whole bid right tide, lor, arm and face his Claret Wine, do do. hampers; one gross each. r.r
sufferings Icsenbable, and the cessation OIIN kept constantly on hand, and offered Macleira do do. Flasks-Quarts, pints, and ball pints. United

from wee the nw-t ng<>nizii.g pnin, iius only while at the lowest prices. jan6-6m Port do do. Demijohn's, 2, 3, 4, and 5 gallons. StatesIaiL J !Line;

; .under tho influence of opium or morphine. His Sherry do do. Candles-Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine.. I BKTWEXf .
-t t 15 '
'doctor finally ndi! c.l him to try the Mustang BSl S & 3 CHARLESTON HOTELBY Champagne, in baskets one dozen each, quart S Pickles and Sauces. 'Iatka/-rta. 'antI''saVa i-
l. AND HEZ\EltAL 1 Douche Calhocn TEAS-Hyson, Imperial, and Black. /
Liniment; be did so, and in two days wasablo too and pints-Flag, llcidscick, .,
( about his business, perfectly cured.A COMMISSION! MERCHANTS, and other brands. jan 5-ly INSIDE ALL THE WAY,)

D. MIXER. The above comprise somo of the finest Wine S Via Pico.ta. Mack
"OICI FEOM Ti socru. SAVANNAH, CA. Creek and JatttonviM

The Mexican Mustang Liulfflent has been used a.W. AM>rnso :. w. A.NDEKSOS J. :. JACKSOX. Meeting street, between Ilayne anti PincJney I imported. Fla., and St. Slartfs,' ,Bnnri&.DarlenGa. -,

I ia my family, and ou my plantation, for a great jan27-ly CHAKLESTON. S. C. ,-
variety of dneiwes requiring an cternalapI.lca- jan 6-ly For Sale.
tion, and has never failed to gi\e'imfe.liate relief STOVK DEPOT T STEAM PACKETV3t

and effect a permanent cure. 1 have cured PROPOSED AMENDMENTS. TIlE CO.NSTITCTIOS Valuable Cotton _-, GASTON,CapL.T.E.SILI"
H. JES and ,
several cases of rheumatism that bad resisted tho i AND GENERAL FURNISIING WARE: 3 OF SAID STATE, Sugar I leaves Palatka every Thursday

skill of our best phjbkians., It has cured ringworms 110 USE. Commission Merchant. .Adopted by the sixth General Assembly.Xo. Land in Florida.nnilE o'clock. morning at. S

t by a single application; chillblains iu I 10 12 AND 14 ItARXAUO STREET, !\VA\I'I'\tI. GEOrT1liE WHOLESALE DEALER [ 1.] undersigned offers the following Vat. Arrives at Jacksonville same evenings so4 -
few days; toothache immediately; frost bites, fcubscriVicr most respectfully invites 1\ AN ACT to niter and amend the Fourteenth and J3. naMe Property for sale, viz leaves on Friday morning at 3 o'clock, toothing
and :
euts, sores and corns, by I few applications; nerTous Jl call at his establishment, where every eflbri: In Groceries Liquors Twenty-Third Clauses of the Third Article! His&UGAR PLANTATION, known St. at all the intermediate joints as abort.
headache cured tiitiiely. In fact, I hive will be made to give fcatKfaetion. The t NO. 139 EAST BAY, and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses of Josephs situated in St. Johns theof The ?
used it for almost ever} thing, and it has always: and most varied assortment of Cooking arger- CHARLESTON, S. C. the Fifth Article of the Constitution of thLfctate. head Matanzas River, in Graham county, at Q3-N.B new steamer-
cured. I consider it the let medicine 1 Swamp, "St. John "
ha'oeer lor tStovcs. from the beet Mannracturc" Al jan 6-ly I containing 1300 acres of which about'800 are of -

ucd."r l JOHNSON, kinds of Hollow V.rare, Hardware, Cuttlery, SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Hmist rich loam, based on marl; 500 are well cleared, now- nearly finished, will be put on this' 'l...
Proprietor : \Vooden-warc, Hiu-hcs,Guns-single and doubli CONDIOT, JENNlI'lGS ft CO., of Rej>rccilntiiet nf the Slate f Florida i* General thoroughly ditched and at present. under culti The Steamer William GastoQ.c. .

8J\'A'XAI, Jcuc 21, 1S52 barrels,Tietols,Lrittjnia and Glass Fluid Lamp, U'liolepale and Retail Dealers in Assembly convened, 'lh.it the fourteenth I, vation ; about 53 acres of well re-supplied and I, with the Mevr,Tork Steamers S ii u

A. K. Moore! Js'h one of the editors and proprietors &c., &-3. Aldo, cnnscantly manufacturing nl.I Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of[ plant cane- Oentrally located on the plantation i dav. every tar-

of the ]: (Ga.) Republican," kinds of Plain, PlanHicdand J apaned Tin-ware,. S ADmBiDL S, this State be so altered and amended as to read l is a superior Steam Lnginc,with Sugar mill and : Throngh.Fare from Palatka, Picolata aa4

in that paper of the 2Kh December, I.<1, says: C'llnrheno and Durain' i'luU constantly onj.tn27.iy SADDLE If CARPET HAGS ns follows,vb: "Thereshall be a Secretary of rt complete Sugar works, capable manufacturing Black Creek, .$8 CIO
.Our per>on.il cxiK-ric'iK-e cuablcs U to recommend : band. ] J. J.aiAUKlCn.PPJCE .- 1IA11XKSS, State elected by the qualified voters of this State' 10 to 13 hhds per day, and saw mill attached Trough Fare from Jacksonville i 00JSKST3.

tlio Ic; -.1 i-ting Liniment to the on the first Monday in October, in the year ,.. running two single saws. Also, finely situated, .,
public with coufidence, a we hate felt the good & VEADER, WHIPS TRUNKS, VALIKS &C., &C., &C. who shall continue in office during the term of on pine land and' commanding a view of the whole A.- E HERTZ,"Palatka.BISBEE .- .

effects upon a sprained- ankle, which received 117 KO. MEETINCI STREET, four years; and he shall keep a fair register of the. plantation, a comfortable two story and attic & CO., Jacksonville. *

great benefit fiom one implication, and has bccu Opposite Charleston Hotel official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and L frame. dwelling house, containing ten rooms, and CLAGHORN & CO., Savannas.
cured bv crc.i F. Murphy, of the firm Murphy, Gal AT all times keep a large assortment of fine jan G-ly \RLESTOX, s. c. minutes and vouchers relative thereto before the ings-are all in complete order for immediate 1" -

& Co .of tliis city, says that by the use CLOThS, General Assembly and shall perform such other occupation. Also a fine stock of several hundred FOR, rmr.AnELPBIA

Mustang Liniment bo Las received more benefttan CASSLMERDS, AND VESTIKGS, HARD\V ARE. duties ns may be required of him by law : Provided head mixed Durham, and common breeds of -" .

from atiy other remedy he has ai Which they are prepared to make to measure in That the term of office of the Secretary of: cattle, and a stock of about 80 full breed West
feels better than be has for the lad six year Its. the best manner. AlsoReadymade COURTNEY, TEWWSWT & Co.. State to be elected under this amended Constitution India bheep, which will be sold with the plantation United 'Sh\tes.'l\Jail Li t.-

Facts speak for themselves, coent are unnecessary Clothing. DIltECT PORTERS OF shall not commence until the term of office: if desired or separately. -'

,-D.iltcu Times, A large Stock of FIXE Clothing, of good ma. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS of the officer now eJected shall expire. ALSO Philadelphia and Savannah Steam Nnigttion -
SEC. 2. Be it
RtHlltsl.-'fhi" is to certify that my wife &c., futther enacted. That the twenty Tho tract known as i5 t. Ann," eontainiBg '
tennis n.nJ well made. third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution 675 acres, of Company., _
wa severe mostly high heavy hammock and
. with No. 35 Ha Street
S-ho- bad fot mon hdith rbeumatsm.:a.s With a large varIety FANCY ARTICLES; i/ne of this State be so altered and amended a" prairie, having a rich soil from thiee to six feet nnUE new and splendid rid-
cruciating ittins-t> had tried rheumatic com.pundt Hats, Cap, Canes, Umbrellas, Shirts, CravatsStocks : bnpl'9 3 n a to read as follow, viz: A State Treasurer and I in depth, bused on Jl wheel steamship _
reliefs, and altuo everything recom carfi, &c. &c. All of which will 1 be COURTNEY, G.B.TENNENT, Comptroller of Public Accounts shall bo elected I marl.ALSO, "STATE GEORGIA,"

for this dreadful disease. Kone of them sold at the LOWEST PRICES. AMES B. EVA.>S. by the qualified electors of this State on the first:; The two tracts known respectively as Iala J.W tons regisier,Capt.WALTER COLLISS'*

relieved Ler rainsiu the Icaft. She used one Savannah, March -lib, .. icily jan 6-ly Monday in October in the year 1&36, and every Corapra" and "BelJao"esta," adjoining ,eacb will leave Savannah as follows- t .

cent bottle of Mustang Liniment, and it ffy WM. R. SYMONS two years thereafter. other,and being at the head and on' the East: Wednesday,February 23. Wednesday May i.
her entirely. Sh* is now perfectly well, and reeomuicndcd D'iA'i itiBLER) I SEC. 3. Be it flrthntnaeti'd, That the thirteenth sido'of \l tanz.ad River, and containing in all .". March 9. Way 1$.

all of her fricndi to use the Mustang DRAPER AND TAILOR MANUFACTCRER AND DEALER IN I Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitu 117-5; acres.. The Southern half of Mala Compra, March' 23. June I.
Liniment JAS. L. OLIVER. Da Jbr.t: :1 p tion of this Mate be so altered and amended all which,is, heavy, .hammock, and St. Ann, lie April 6. iaa,1S.I' .
Savannah Jan. to read as follows, viz The Clerk of the Supreme Anril tn M irns
1, 1S2. AND DEALER IN immediately contiguous to ot. josepns, and -
fcREA D V-M ADE CLOTIIINfJ, 161 MEETING.STREET, Court and the Clerks of the Courts of Chancery,)!might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus I I This Ship has been built with the strictest regard -
.AX ECHO FROM THE WEST.Mrs. AT0.17 WHITTAKER janC-ly CHARLESTON, s. c. shall be elected by the qualified electors of this forming an extensive Sugar Plantation of upwards to the safety and comfort of her passent,
E-. of St Louis was nursing a young STREET State, on the first Monday in October in the year of 2000 acres. The balance of these two and her accommodations are unsurpassed by
child, ono nipple became very sore,and the breai SAVANNAH, GA.. WholcftnlcIInt fi Cnp Warehouse, 1856, anl every four years thereafter, and the tracts is of Live Oak hammock. based on closely steamship on the coast.. soy
and caked hard. A few Glove and 161, MEETING ST., opposite Charleston Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall bo elected concreted shell I A
imec applications of Suspenders, Shirts Gentlemen'Furnishing $ NO. by stone or coquina, favoring mois new steamship now building, in 'every rtspect -
lalg Liniment healed the nipple, removed articc3! generally. Hotel, Charleston. Tho underpinned the Qualified electors, in such manner as ii now,ture and of tha first mmlitv for Spa Tslanrl f! t_ equal to the "State *f Georgia"w HI Uk
the hardness and inflammation from the has in Store and is constantly reec\'i'lt from his or may hereafter be prescribed by law.&EC. ton and Tobacco They might be easily brought; her place in tht line during the month of Jno

breast and .Uc had no further trouble with it jan27-ly several manufacturers all of the different kindi 4. Be it further enacted That the sixteenth under cultivation, having been in years passed next, and wilL,with the. "State of Georgia."

Knmerous :es of this description have come toODr ; lJU1'1'EILANlJ CHEESE EMPORIUM.I/: of HATS and CAPS suitable for the southern Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitutirtn cultivated in Cotton, of which the yield was make a weekly line, leaving each place on Wed
knowledge, and it ia always B YSAVANNAh and southwestern markets to which he 5nvitc3tho of this Mate be, and the same is hereby so frequently one bale ginned cotton to the acre. nesday. -

Mrs. Hughes, of 2ft. Louis! h cctua aery severe attention of merchants desiiiii goods in his line. altered and amended as to read as follows, viz :: There is on the place a large number of sweet Cabin Passage from Savannah to Philadelphia -

attack iuHaiuuiatory rheumatixm in her ghoul i Having many years experience in the business, he There shall be an Attorney Generalfor the State,, orange, pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach '|B
ders, arms and hack. flatters himself that in prices and ( lity his : who shall reside at the seat of Government it
After suffering the most O. inn ; : trees, and an extensive sour orange grove, allof'which Cabin passage from Sar. to New York, 2S
excruciating pains for some ten day;, without ob OEUliGIA poods cannot be excelled. D.A.AMBLLR: shall be his duty to attend all sessions of the! with proper attention, can be easily Steerage, ._ t

taming any relief from her tihysicians, ..heR Genera! Assembly, and upon the passage of any restored to their once promising condition. i:,. A. L. LAMAR,Agent In Savannah.
induced to try the Mustang Liitjrncnt. I WHOLESALE DEALER IN N. A COHEN ft OOHN, act, to draft and submit the General Assembly,I AH ofthe above tracts are situated between HERON & MARTIN .

ty cent bottles effected perfect cure. tr.;: BUTTER'' AND CHEESE i Importers & Dealers of at the same session, all necessary forms of proceedings one or two mil s from the ocean, of healthy Agent in Philadelphia.' '

?- ?'. Te. Mustang Liniment Ja put up in 25c, 5 Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods under such laws, which when approved,, location, and in convenient communication with Feb. 24-tf .
bottles. The TAr bottles contain as BISECT FROM NO. 173 EAST BAY shall bo published therewith, and he shall 'pcr. the City of St. Augustine, being about thirty
,u three of the 2.Tc bottles. .fl $1 bottles con GOSIIEN NEW YORK. form such other duties as may be prescribed by miles to the South, by land, and about the-eome NEW YORKPACKET
tain as much a eight of the bottle The :%l jan27-ly Opposite Corner! S. S. Farrar & Bro. law; ha shall be elected by the qualified electors r':,distance by water, by the MaUnzas River.

.bottles hold one pint, they arc cheapest. jan6-6m CHARLESTON, s. c. of this State, on the first Monday of October, in I
A. G. BRAGG & Co, ok tho 1856 and I ALSO, LINE.
proprietors oft year every four years thereafter,
Mexican: Mustang Liniment, Principal offices: MIIE R ANn New Stock ofSprlng Goods but may be removed by tho Governor, on the address miles Tho by tract water known North as of"Xew St. Hope," lying 16 .
: Broadway, N. Y.anrjeoruerThjrd and Mar MMAWMAII4AU W4** two-third of the two Houses of the General Augustine and be-
let streets, t-t. Louis, Mo. W1l0LESALt: DRUGGISTS, Assembly, and shall receive for his services tween the North river and Juana creek, both

11 1'ER T. BRAGG,, AND DEALERS IN B IIEIQS! a compensation to be fixed by law: Provided 1 of nui'agablo for large boats. It contains 575 acres
Goueral Ag the South AND il : That the term of office of the hammock and pine land,and u well situated The New
< PAINTS, OILS WINDOW GLASS uuuiiiif jJiiUuiiiit/y Attorney General J I and and Regular line of Packets betw.a
304 Jr X. V. .c to bo elected under adapted for Sea Island cotton and stock New
P No. 30 Lost this amended Constitution York Jacksonville and Falatka '
IJ.J MUSTARD, SPICES, & SXUFF, /toy South of t'le Post Office, shall raising. ; ,eompoMii
D. McCirCN: & EOUSE CHARLESTON S. C. not commence until the term cf office of the 1 by tho new and fast-sailing schooner J
&c. officer wo,
now elected shall
A. M.KEED ) m.oQPffJL expire. 9300 Joseph Crlee 270 lon iA.ROGERS, C.'r.Jersey .
for the enle of the celebrated appointee AND LiKDnETH'3 GARDEN SEEDS, SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That said elec at the acres unimprovedland.at'' Salt Spring," Oak,.160 tons, J. S.ROGERS, Agent Liniment in Jacksonvillo! .excan G1DBO-VS BUiLDINGS, SAVANNAH, GA. nnilE Subscriber orersfor sale a well-selected tions shall be conducted and the returns thereof Johns north end of Lake George, on the ,:&. will ply regularly between the portr.Azent "
g -H. assortment of the made ; the riverimmediately west
Alofoule abovo Goods, specially n manner now Drayton Island. '
jan27-6m I prescribed, or whith ia New York
in IY the ug United and .trkeellri. j:every 'ige adanted to tho Southern trarla. which will n_ IM_. .u snl.l_ may hereafter be prescribed bylaw, for the eJection The track embraces "Salt Spring" and "Salt JOSEPII GRICE., Waitt" '

A march 24 Stt 'IAEtI) \V xV H E at the lowest rates for cash or approved paper. of member to Congress from this State :; Spring.creekwhich nearly equally divides it Agents:in Jacksonville,: -
Merchants visiting the city are invited to anlflSJeCttOfl and it shall bo the duty of the Governor to issue through its whole length, and u navigable from J ,
:I I HAVE on hand, and am constantly receiving of the stock. commissions, under the seal of the State, to the tho river for boats of threa or four feet dra gb&. in B1SBEE&CANOVA.Agent Palatka Sit.

Spiritual t'8 Librasy.r a full supply of Hardware ; consisting of R. A. PRINGLE, persons receiving highest number of votes for The land is mostly rolling yclfcw pine of the first K. DUKE., '
Cutlery Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws, Cross Cut 30 East Bay South of the Post Office the said several offices. quality, entirely free from Palmetto of any kind All
& BRITTAN Fawn, Hoes,Chains Nail- Axes Blacksmith and thought to be goods directed to their CAre will promptly
ARTRIDE and jan Him Charleston, S C. SIXTH GE\F.R\.L F.1ELy.-Passet tho House good cotton land, together with forwarded. .
"ol'k. Carpenters' Tools and all other articles usually of Representatives by tho Constitutional some considerable bodies of cabbage and live "
AVE a complete as ortmcnt of BCk and kept in my line of bUKir.c January 3, 1853. Passed the Senate majority, oak b:1mmock'and prairie contiguous to the creek -September 4th. 1832. 23-tf: _

Periodicals devoted to tLo fact*.pbiojlbv. C. HOPKINS, Agent. South Carolina Paper Manufacturing Constitutional majority, January 6,1853. by the The location also embraces facilities for construct. Regularly for Lake Monroe.

sod aYOMY ,of SjiiritualUm, No. 177 Congress St., Savannah, Ga. ing one 'of the largest and most practicable water re.TIlE steamer SARAU.SPALDjfgg&sE -
Company. .
,ny any quantity,and on the most favorabl Jan27-ly OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE, ) powers, as, independent of the flow from the ING,having been purchastd bjl-

&ru.'e lit our SPHUTU\L Bob.refer to pr1c'the Spiritual.T1LEUItAPLt. rate of Telegraph posta'.e, &Q.for JNO.) 31. COOPER CO, mulE A ny Subscriber, begs leave, Agent to inform of the abovo Compa- I, CHARLES Capitol, 'TaUahatsce. Dowxito J/ajc7i23,1353., Secretary State J miles made spring in available tho length waters by one of lake mile Cherchell in breadth about may four be f17 tromp rcii aeksollYille A.S.SFEXK to,ha Lake resumed Monro hrrtpuUtrips -toaea>

is Cor the State of by a canal of about 16 "
a Florida
,.do hereby certify the chains in inc at the intenxusdiate- .
weekly taper, to the DEALfcp. IX 1'rlntcrs nml length, -
devoted Ilucidation of Publishersthat foregoing to be a true and correct of the yielding an inexhaustible supply with ,bhe.!!will leave Jacksonville Eataidrrmorningat8o'clock
"-the ipMtnal most I'henomena.and eOltaini a record of Books $ Stationery, the extensive Mill of the'South Carolina Paper -, original on file in this office copy a fall of at least IS feet. The spring'itself, the ; arriving at'Palatka every s&rA'evening. -'

disciusion iatereetiDS of the fact &c. A interesting CORNER WHIT.AllER & ST. JULIAN 8T8. Manufacturing Company is now in full operation In Testimony Whereof, I have,hereunto water of which has been analyzed by'Prof. I'' '
. and philosophy of the Xo QA XVarliiK'. sLangy njnnrfacturins affixed my signature and the Great Seal of CheUonofNew York, and shown to. be1 of ral- Leave raJ tb.t'ery Monday .morningat 1"o'clock

Manif.ttine.. W.i* now iu'cou.o. of l'ILlcaloa. SAVANNAH. nOOK AflTD JEWS PAPEIl tholStnte of Fbi rf.la. Done;at the Capitol, nablo medicinal properties, ia of capacious di- for, Enterprise; arriving ..a&Enterp;
: Richmond and ri. of all sizes and of the best 2 in the City Tallahassee mensions, being CO yards in diameter and the ,
AU the Drtt"n. J\o. H COOFE&VM.. jality. *on Monday, the ; most same nicht : ,
number A. ,
bak' caa be E. XfAPP. ALSO 23lh day March A. D. eligibly and picturesquely located. Its i
fUrl Sub ._ :J8)3, and seven positien -The Sarah Sl'&tlinj"eairics'e-V S. fait
prfce, ---- ---- in
fcnt scription FKEK. $1 Operaanuu. 8p en opies Pdfting'and Bookbinding executed with DUXIILA.VU.PPIva PIPEK ty-seventh year of the Independence of the. with commercial its or agricultural point of view, from Palatka Enterprise.._ She wfll-be,M 0-
The interest Bnitablo for Grocers, Hardware Dealers, &e. United States of America.C. I advantages in constructing a boat 'canal hauled M. to, be la ex.ceflex4conditioa4or it'
increasing and"'rapid occurrence Maine and despatch. No pains or expense has been spared to W. DOWNING of only, a fow miles across to the Gulf of Mexico, ienice; and accommodation of
offset, demand more and additional .. ____, L a . render must psssengel-
poe Foreign Books I before '
vice, and IheTeJegral'olume icr imported to order at N. Y.prices. H VU1LL to LOU uesi i\onnern iuw ; nil the latest; Secretary of State. very long, draw the attention of the ; BISBEE &CAO'VA.,
11, to com Feb l0tfi3arohmnt antI west approved planters and merchants of that fertile April- ; ltr'A
having been intro region. -
inence in May next,) will bo WATCHES .
greatly enlirgeJ, duced into the same. AND JEWELRY -. ALSO, .

4 after TI1USHEKIXAII which the price,will Volume be Two II I fc Dellars.issued ,' OOK .-This Paper Paper fj Letter-Copying tough shows All orders promptly attended to-by SIYEll and4oOO Two tracts. containing. 5000 acres on the :west Circuit Conrt+JBaUcrn'Clrenlt-of J'I'4' -
very ; ll
being tho
B JCSEl'H WAITER SII1It. FLII. on :.east side of St.. Johns slyer .
Monthly and*devoted to mental and Spiritual up perfect aad distinct copy and offers Cg-Agent East about 12 miles ,above 'PaLltkaand da.Du-al..Coua'7'. ,
ciene It contain tL advantage cf texture and surface Bay, CJ1ARLLSTON, UKCilA&Elta IN having a 'Samuel !
many important fact* which'may South Carolina kOt-tWA and elsewhere river front each of'about i four miles in Bryant, :
/profound epaLousor theplchological law aD be yr'ttcn upon without eprcadmf. The Book. Wholesale JB. in the vicinity of Savannah, are in That on the west of the river is extent ; / T*., -I-
.which ach nuiaUer ewnl at are well bound and paged, and are &old lit the Paper Coiaiu'nConstantly 'arehousr. formed that the subscriber has on hand, and is and SWAmp lands and embraces that mostly site of pine Joseph S.'Baker, Sarah 'H;>In Chaji. "ry
least !page original J matter, frm the ablest manufacturer's in ingle ones tr in flt1 uti. constantly receiving frpm the best and most res- English Indian trading store of Panton Baker, his wife, Calvin I
enlbu and iiembfUisbel with a ties. on band, pe t.ble manufacturers in the country rich DIA. Co., now known as."liambly'a old "testy& Bryan and others. J :
p'rrait : store which
lt' some Spiritualist or P.-rENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING A LARGE STOCK' OF WitITING".APERS$ UY MOND, ItUBV; PEARL, and other JEWEL- is its beginning corner,and runs thence south to r having been made to appear by affldavlt tifcJosepK
T and
per annum._ OF EVERYDESORIPTION sterling SilverWare, such as the Widow PansTte'a 8.
PRESS. Di&EKT "old fipldq'!th""A w..t. Baker and barah gjjf.twofthe i *
-Jb.lnt voiume me Dne! man is elegantly _with,_ this. \VrarDinarPaffersofall- Assortpl', ("!MRt"n___' TABLE. and. north to. a point opposite the"begi ng. The defendants in this eanse, reside beyond ta.
ad bound, and it* intriuaio press copies are taken with more, kinds, 'Ov'v.v" TEASPOONS and FORKS, one., the '
merits ocd much 'per, I on east ,side of the ri'rerljes between limits of thil State and ia tbe Stat.ef GeorjU
t artiitio beauty entitle to a ,place,in ease, and quicker, than with tho Screw Cards, plain, enamelled SILVER PLA'l'ESand WAITERS the places known On '
i Profs and others Printing Inks as "Buffalo Bluff and"Mount motion ofE..Dorman,Solicitor for eoifiplai**
Price, in Uttered sad enr ordinarily in use.It does not and colored, .I TEA SETTS; CASTORS, CUPS Tucker" .
.Lb, morocO git. require fastening down 'and is sAtrcEiis and L Besides large body,of Veil timbered ant, it ls< ordered that notion be gina in wi
|3 not'hiable to GOBLETS
get pino lands it
AGENTFOR con tama'some: in tbis U.
JOHN excellent hammock newspaper pablisbed eirenit reqviriof
out of order. T. WHITE ,
'A liberal TUMBLERS
dioount made to the PAP '
Trade. Address TyIeantItcreofy.e BOATS, and several well wooded bluffs*and I eligible ites said Joseph S.Baker and Swab B., bit wife,U
1AKTKIDGB & BRITTAN, JlETALLICliAMPENER ouiuJry; to SOUP and SAUCE LADLES,, for'residences. By a recent the west i appear,and uawer'the' mid"'e mlllaiDt.D&'*bill11

'1. 'No.3 CourtlanJt street, New .Vork. Superseding the use of tbe Brush Wet Cloth ,- 7?. ,HOE If CO., ..FltU1T" PIE ICE CIEAM CAKE anJ. ,_ tract has been reduced to?2940 acres survey and the one :within four'months;'oth.rwise'sahdbIU'sh ..

mar 17 ana Clotting Paper, (saving all the time and trou Punting. '.aCI ,and_Circular Saw fXan' SILVEIL I'J KNIVES. SOLID ', on the cart ai4eftb.rjyerto3jjjt3,1 believed. taken pro eollkuO'against them.and; tbattva, ,

ble incident to j their. .use;) with it a perfect copy JIATNARD,$ NOYES DUTTEll.KUlVES SE1tT.llCKL& I n,1 howevor,'that the deficit will be made' up. order.be published aIr aforesaid onO a wttX. to**

Union" Agricultural Warehouse and mar always secured with any press.. Celebrated IV ,NArK! fliNGs Proposals, for purchase will be:rtceind by A, 'seeutirely for four m nth. $
;*'- SEED STORE- The undersigned arc the.: sjle and,exclusive i-lting Xnlce. FJWI'l' SALT CELLARS and. W. Walker, Esq of New Orleans, Join Peck. ,, .If ; .W. A.E.DR\VARn1;: dii&"
; Agents for Georgia and Florida for the above Ccy-AJl'the abovo,at !.ran. ractu'r. rs' prices. : 1\XIYES." E/ ot New York Benjamin A.Lavender'fr Jacbo iU':2StIi MrhjSZa 2IJ-&m
XlALFn Si ar Silver t *Esq _._
Spoons Forks
23 Vfflton ; nn-i LadieK \ .
St. % V' ticles
and have miule arrangementaby which :April; <; Cake. oftalthuore1 George Washington .-
Baskets, Castors Esq. ofS& Cour& .tPrelta Vkeab.
: ,AVaitcrr at
OFFER FOR SALE large and wlect assort they are enabled to dispose them- at the'manu j-- ..If '. I IVkrvr boJanl8_ ..HAnd_!.A_ KnivA"_._J _and-Trays.,____L L .!Augustine, Last Florida,or to myself at the bttea ", :'M ccl.I851
of Agricultural facturer's ,rice8. n --- -" : place, h cd"
\'hD'4'el' postage paid/
and Horticultural Im- : pIi'ell
oJ titomsatt consisting of Plows American ahd :) on :btecl.Table and Desert Knives, fine twenty- JOSEPH'M, -RNAN EZ. -7 State of 1""1orldr< .v g 'f'tP
and ;Englhh oct Asi1tVj1L1 II
.. Castings,Corn Copying, Writing, Joslah one day Marble ,Mantle Clocks St Heraando County s' ; 'C* /
; JW U and
Tf,0trawCaUeri,Horse common *Augustine March ,
S p .4 Seperalor Fanning Mills .'l'brashe.l'l Carmine and Red Inks, k ;p.constantly on :band', Bras Clocks of every description ,,183&. oar, ,17-tf John A.Sutton. and WwMBgtott T.May'Pr.
,- Medicines
Grain Cradles, of the best. : Gold & Silver .Laf **"
qu4itytonstiint1y Lever /CepineAVatcbes n the E tat4 of Fetor *,
on Also
.. the
fll ,
rVytbeS acd Snaths Grain .Mills care Chronic
j. J{" Potters Haasage, Cotters &*gar MilU Marking Ink, by the gallon or barrel. charge made fur examinations and tJilJclUu.No .. ,Fine." enamelled Hunting II.tcholl. '-rf -i: J ILll ceased KV Martha C.Xw,andslbsre.T-. .-
an4 Staffers. J. W.
Ox lave prescriptions QThSR '
.They .slap made ; Gold & silver> Watch-Chains .ro'fts Itha'CLswldAw: Ieter,
'tbla1)t IWw. Itakei, floes, Hay andManaro large additions their and what 14 of most importance,no charge wihi Seals& Keys, ., of
stock of Law
4 Writing Plpere 'of bo & Silver Thimbles ; late of aaid 1I1I&r, deceased. 5ndtGa
made for failures -
,.rk C&r every description M they THE "
< Jsborels l aro dear SUBSCRIBER
,PpAtt, Wagons at .
Wheel- Liberal any m**
discount rnaJo when told in f XJold Si Silver-Spectacles others concerned Iboin these preseats
price.Among .
quantities bit JVledioines ,
W .fylu. "m'ho 11" ,
found having ;recently ... "" *
of fire
.rnnn4 : ,. -
re pWl1.rds. : Compound'1'91110 Pills U.odg r'* Pine rocket opened_ come greeting .
OARPBX Cutlery the
't JfltVD, R-SEEDS ; aboTfl louse
'. Mathematical *, Surveyors Compasses "AatifebriLj or AaUbilious Pills ? Razori and RazofStrbpd ;ifOttli.respeoUnily IKI1ioiUhe.patio11'geDrLhpuDlia Now know ye,,thatyon are hereby oornraAt
1 .rIll" FfiltTJUSEllS-Pcnivlfti Cbaitji. Drafting' Card ll ert ej to 'tie'and: before this eourtonlM21st
Materials. & .&c. ;PiJe Ointment Cases, I'ortMonaleai&o. i. ; appear
: flb4, I4fp, rhithaL.i lAme, JJon Dust,. POD*, They have facilities fur executing Jookblnd1nJ'I' Gononheal) ; and; other. ;. -. rtjenlar4ttentioB will be give& to.Repairing !areat time mafl,,tdgix rtwms'nBocoupied, 'd.y of. fal next; t-s .&e< er'd.nr, '
Hf .Cblr""t )"t".ftMkr, A W all jthei various styles, and, making Blan% failures no Balsams forfeit for Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. severalof the same with fire place'' The Ifooue theca may,be>the previo; eaMd'testament bfth 41 11''
up ;
M YMYtUIL 11t H *f CUNCBLT'S Boolundedi or usual remedies.-: _',From tvf.* i' wlthinTene hundred and .
fifty" of
,to any J&ttem ,lu' irbiob -'AU.MedIoInes 'Jig tXJICrielicaaud yards .the Post of.fP\IOLayI'U'
% .1i4 J14wttg' MUhIflI"ftiNfELS' the best '. they puk I inf.llibl" ", tiel hit extensive fadii-Office and wharves. The, .;:
ofit-onk. Also O{Card Qirb.r, LAbel .. ; Dropsical Medicine oonde.U.1 beUevOl. wUIt1sty-.ij1 undersignedJs-Jlffent tively mid b/. bimtk satf IAW,la
fl' "U'r', A gent. for*b. aDd Fancy { *-cures warranted.- favor, {otO *&itt's four hOrae Coach '. Uba'L ii ,." ,
1. l'rintftll"i..: Address$ aU may him"Uh their p5tronsg.4. two korea< *fcf u4ftl; :!
I Mol 1'ltftl'1' I'Ii'fI&! ? t,. -UfltI. A. conununicaUons to Ut,,Joslab 1" .HAck:Ma1hlino both lea h -
f ,Foreign. Boeki, Imported at NewTorkpricei :* ant:rJ cklOnT J5ait : Ilis prices are,;a*bow.-and terms,ai tercf able/ for Ocala semi-Week? ;Given undOThychandad prIm* eeaLUbeinrn >
'fdiilujlif,11I L..j W.af1J'U..Uo, : '" LJU"N *POOPEK. & CO.f! orpUasejcalliujd' > ,postage t>aid; as.1I.'t aVi'othcii; eatabllsataenf in the Stated yL.'Forfurtbepsr&Iea1anapply at the.office! ol Ie&l ofoo.-tkha1tb, IlsyofADIe.44 gjJadctofProbfttttBesBM

"HiI4ft. 11111" ).' faraaaftb, r.b10ta.r" "- ,- ( firrotitogenUernen., pjcwnlnt'ifertifioateii. March,And 17-tf lie r ,* .;' & Sr.WILMOT, No 1 MarkefeSauire. tilt Jacksonville. -, Republican". 'and.Newii 5JAM.E5 .* : :E.J.lCNIGHT-(!* ', "

,,Ii, March 24-tf s.vl.lUW,Gai. ".Pal4tkaJ" B/ASKEW. evit. ,.. .
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ol na4Ty8,1853 tf. ) mb:1. 'iIi 'It'-

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