The Florida Republican

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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
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Duval County E.F. [Fla.]
Columbus Drew
Creation Date:
September 21, 1854
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
Physical Description:
v. : ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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-].
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).

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therefore, an old horse (which had top -theuhouseto discover'from in which she.need,.not..shiink. and
f I VKS.. L. n.6toot that.i taken the cue from his master, never thence the whereabouts of uncle from Mrs. Carroll's eye. A week even destroying should vast amounts of prop- I Of the hundreds of beautiful trees we.-call give! but & 'partial .

t Art thou Christian! Though thy eot to be in a hnrry,)and a 'we .worn Barney and his three sons. Mr. under. the hospitable roof so changedand erty day,,after: 'that occur of just 1804.fifty. We years to a in the city, not one has escaped in- ": .are led to hope; however t that
I B e nide and poverty thy lot, buggy stood before the gatcway.A .- Carroll humored his propensities to brightened the grateful:visitor, that we mar, never witness another pray jury.the More than half of those along' .the!: full reports-"-will.not show I/has seHous -

A wealth u thine, which earth denic*- hair-trunk, studded with tarnished the utmost, from sheer good nature, that Peleg would have renewed histour such exhibition of the of the Bay have been blown down, ana losses .and.: injuries as might

A treasure boundless a!* the sLirs. brass-nails and a bandbox neatly though( lie was not a little instigated with double zest. He finally Almighty power Monument square looks as if it were I have been .
told and the diamond fade with shame, l bagged in fastened in one immense pile of prostrate trees. the southern and south-western
factory, were by a mischicvious desire to see an yielded to the admonition) of his hos-
licfur thy e&hket's deathless flame. the rear, after a deal of changingand unpolished plebeian in collision with tess, to turn homewards but not 'Later front; tho Storm. Those which have been left standing portions: of the city there"was an extensive -
Itoaren! how canit thou ; I
0 sir r high alghyurxildod are of : J
druti and "ranhf fumbling. :Mistress Leech, who his wife's fashionable friends, who, without asserting his intention to "'go The foregoing was prepared for stripped their leaves and area overflooded to the depth
her our last Evening's': edition : with branches. Bay.lane is filled with tin of several feet.. The south of
rarely opened lips,silently seated by courtesy,must be polite. round by Mr. Carroll's, and make the ,space
: Art tboa a Christian, doomed to roam herself under the same careful l supervision Dinner proved a painful ceremony that visit. hope that the storm would abate in roofing ; indeed, turn where we will, Broad-street, and west of Logan- :

Far from thy friend! and native homo? which had been bestowed upon to Mrs. Carroll-a source of secret Seated in his travel-stained buggy time for us to get our papers. to the we are.met by evidences of the'vio- street,'including the ,create* portion :
O'er traeLlcs'! wilds IIDCt. red to lence of the storm. But we ,must of .
go Post Office. :hind SmOfslfeets
the trunk and himself Franklin was
finally Pcleg i
merriment to her friend?-a displayof after his usual circle round it he
to share an exile's wo! defer further --
I' With sane -after walking round and round the The hurricane continued to in- particulars until another one up interru ptedlake.
\ here'rboll Cadest a Father'care the Lcechs' unconscious blunders, made his most mannerly adieus. It time. JEW F
Thy('Ount.and. tin home are there; carriage' trying the harness, smoothing and an exhibition of manly indepen- We've had a pretty nice time.- crease in violence up to about half- The State of lliDY' :and'gardens to the f
thou then old Charley's mane, and attending past 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when steamship Georgia !southeast were ulso flooded, and the ill
how and A stranger bo, dence on the part of Mr. Carroll. I'll come again next summer, and left here Wednesday for ,
j. hurrotiided by his Cimilj! to a host of little thingMn a way How are the uncultivated to receive bring my daughter Sabina to stay the wind shifted gradually to the with upwards of 60 Philadelphia and, occupants of wreraf' houses were ";
that nearly tired out Mistress\ Lecch East, and commenced slowly to sub-I passengers, compelled retreat in boats. The
f polish unless thcsometime with and henodded .
thou a Chriatian'mul the strife you ; a goodbye, the Keystone State to have left
Art before she had at all side. By G o'clock it had abated sufficiently was out-buildings of Mr. Joseph Dawson,
I journeyed feel the chisel-stroke of refined I Mrs. Edmunds
()f,rears mature, and burdened life! society leaving shaking with Philadelphia, and the KnoxvilleNew at the
water end of
j I Thy Heaven-born faith its shield Miall spread climbed cautiously into the vehicle, I ?'' asked he of his mortified laughter at his unconquerable tenderness to allow us to get out and York, the same day for Savannah.We I( street Ximehouse ] I
were undermined and
t To guide: thee in the hour of dread; adjusted the reins, and started.Peleg wife, when her dinnermarfHdomha for hid relatives ; but not lessened take a hasty view of the streets and hope they made off and carried

I Tbnrui in thy flinty path: may spring, proved, ow the second day of i ceased. in her own or in any one else's the shipping in port. The lull was I harbor in time to somefriendly t the.foundations .hisLdirel- i
'! Unkindneis strike its! scorpion sting, his travels that it to"be of short duration, however the escape the fury of ling house seriously impaired Thewater :
gale I
was cheaper ( "In other for ;
I some way, certainly, opinion having entertained and : the hurricane.
Yet in thy soul a bei con-light: master of his movements thanto seemed to rest only for a few minutes I reached up Calhoun street from
own than ] made her uncouth I
the of fashionable cousins
shocking feelings happy. I- tl'tl'I
I' :Shall; guide thy pilgrim, steps aright if to fresh the east to Meeting street, and we
I be whirligiged from one town to as gain strength. Never I From fa GUvriw oJtda itl.
j and above all How fared in his
And balm from rod*own fountain flow, people, making Peleg second encounter before have learn also that the ,flood reached tLe
Ta Kcal l the woimdn uf earthly wu. another without time to choose the I an experiment with one's own I with Mrs. Carroll we never we imagined any thingso The Gale iu Charleston and VI- line of the South Carolina Rail Road
1 provider of his wants. He rose early relatives." knew ; }but can vouch for the improved terrible and violent, nor realizedso ciuitr. near Payne farm. << .. 1

?, An Extract.I that morning, and, greatly to the I I painfully the utter, indescribable
My own relatives !P said Mr. Carroll condition of the old farmhouse The
I; I surprise of the land- I insignificance of man, in the midst of We average height, as comparedwith I
: called
r flow cruel arc the parents, I rubbing his hands! and smiling ; the adoption of more refined are upon to record one previous great. floods we cannot
', Who riches only priw, lord, resumed his journey, without or- that- was the beauty of it to-da'\-! i I customs, more tasteful attire. and an displays the mighty power of the severest and most destructive state, but in it reach I
many portions
I And to the wealthy booby, dering breakfast.Ten : But, as; to J'ourJ] fashionable people, I I awakened taste for book-lore, as the I We shall grandeur of the Deity.- storms that has been felt at our port ed to marks and points considered 1!

i I'rtor woman narrihce! good miles brought the early they might often be shocked at their I result of Peleg's unwelcome compliments I not attempt to convey to for many years. In duration, vio- beyond even the probable limits of
f Meanwhile thu haplwa daughter couple within the precincts of a large I the reader even an idea of the might lence, and amount of z
own rudeness and ignorance. Unfortunately I to his:! relative] damage, we can, such floods.
\\IA\ but a choice of strife; which j and violence of the tempest,-for it indeed
town and the
i was yet gaping they silver their own mir ---- compare visitation which At Castle the '
,i Become To shun a a wrvtuhrd tyrant, father'wife. bate. rubbing its eyes. Here Peleg was in 1 rors." I I From the icanuah Republican_ r 'ith. would be impossible adequately to has just passed over with nothing'that house and a portion Pinckney of, the bridge sentry I

trouble. lie had forgotten the residence Before sunset: Peleg and his noiseless 1 TERRIFIC UOiRICAXE.IMJICXSE describe it."r e would only repeatthe has occurred since the memorable I attached, were torn loose and drifted

The r.iTcning hawk: pursnlnjr. of the gentleman, whose wife I : partner, were preparing to remove prayer, that we may never be gale of 1804-of which, by a strange r against Brown's wharves.

The trcinbliii dove tlm Cie,,- mother was his own wife's second to the village inn. DESTRUCTION' TO PROPERTY I called upon to witness again such a coincidence, the present was the The anxiety to hear from Sullivan's '
To shun ruin, terrific of the elements! It would
impelling war
cousin. But in these: matter he was '' semi-centennial anniversary.The I
I Good-bye, drawled he, nodding Island the
I A while her pinions tries; As we go to press with our Evening seem as if the judgments of Heavenwere during greatest violence
t! Till of escape despairing- expert as a Parisian, policeman ; his head to :Mrs. Carroll, I'll stopa Edition, terrific hurricane, ex- first indication and warning of the storm was painfully
> shelter ntreatfihe and after various windings and : week or two with on my upon us appeared at a very early hour of distressing. Throughout the'
o or you way in violence and the amount day,
ceeding The damage to the Rice plantations I
f \ trusts the ruthless! falconer knockings at wrong doors, faintly I! home, seeing you're full now ;;" and;! I of Thursday morning, or soon after the communication was entirely interrupted
destroyed anything we
Aud bcueath hits r..cLl the bell. lie and his property has been even greater than we sup- midnight of Wednesday. The breeze
drops pulled right then leisurely examined the horse, I Savannah ,as no vessel could have effected -
I have witnessed is -,
ever sweeping
I posed when the foregoing accountwas
l patient-half awaited, with sharpened carriage, trunk and box, without from the Northeast. It is was from the Northeast and gradually a landing at the time. The wharf
I It is doubtful whether
From LAs Hum Journd.Pclcs the for breakfast prepared. increasing amounted to a gale and
appetites, signal the intimation thro'his house of the Mount Pleasant
having: slightest I look the
i to out streets :
appalling rice
r I upon enough will be saved on
and the of their I about midnight on Thursday. From
I In Search of SIcIatirc entrance sleepy nerves or his senses, that a flood and listen to the rushing roaring Ferry company, at the foot of Market
j Savannah River for seed, and the
cousins. Their arrival had been 1 period it continued, with occa-
an- of and streaming street have been
scorn contempt was wind, bearing limbs of trees, pieces fear is true of all the rice swept away ;
I same, we ,
i TUr.CI LADY OF RIIALLOTT. nounced the servants i sional intermissions and with violent and
r.r there
by puzzled ji him from the and curled is no doubt that the destruction
upon eyes of slate and tin and boards
lands in this
: I upon State and South Caro
j that of a' softy mon, an' a wumun of I accessions, throughout the whole of j' of itself
lip the magnificently proud woman II property at the Island
: Pelcg Leech posscccd: :; a comforta- its mighty wings, as if they were lina. The embankments and canals vesterda'TIle
who says nivcr a bit of a word.- to whom he had made his rude lighter direction was has been considerable. In the
lilc fortune, which he had gained belabor than chaff. It commenced to are destroyed, as well as the little change and
I : frequently there
Curiosity u ht the host and ids adieus. With the most contented blow and were afternoon the steamer lid, Captain -
and This early Thursday: forenoon, rice that had been harvested. The
pinching economy. pretty wife to the parlor. So Pcleg look in the world Peleg, his shadow brief intervals of comparative quiet, Payne, left the city for the pur-
in the beginning continued to increase in violence until lands both sides the river
laudable enough on arc
and has been usual in all
conomy found his breakfast and his relative; and his rolled from as our severe pose of communication with the Island
had narrowed it.-clf into amiserly baggage, away midnight, when it rose to a gale, flooded from five to ten feet deep, as
: : the wind for the
gales, ,
of ill-humor
If there was a shade on the door of his rich cousin, and was greater but found it impossible, and
since" which time the wind has
and for this rca every far as the driving rain will permitthe
fharpncs." tion of its
violent duration
t : por-I
entertainer ,
I the brow of his: youthful soon lost to sight in the winding, become and was forced to seek safe moorings in
moment more
more llntchinson'sIsland
his frequent summer travel? werea eye to sweep. down in the
1 Hon or if the youthful housekeeper hid at, or nearly, Ashley river.
matter of wonder to his neighbor; : her the coffee shrubbery-lined avenue. violent up to the time we write- at nightfall was covered with The violence of the storm, whichwas
diinples beyond urn, had The did however
4 t lint Peleg] knew very well that vNitinpr Six weeks afterwards, Peleg Friday afternoon. AVe trust it has from eight to twelve feet of water, approached
himself accompanied .mostly by heavy
} ne never once suspected to snail's near enough to afford all.
wandered, at pace, over one on board a
Tenderness reached its for we cannot see
for his height, that vessels of size
t so
was cheap. a large might drifts and falls of rain with
he l the lie together distinct
cause.; departed as unceremoniously hundred miles from his home. He view of the general conditionof
purse, and ter.dcrnc.-s for his relatives -i it with his silent shadowas how it can possibly become more violent have sailed over it without obstruc- the excitement and confusion necessarily the Island.
ahd shaken by the hand an army of It was seen that no
char- without prostrating the most tion. Some three four hundred
were his! two prominent or ] such occasion
t attending an
he came, pleased:; at his skilful such prominent or well known house
i relatives, rich and poor, as substantial edifices in town,and causing head of cattle and was
- icteri!':ties ; and in the exercise: of I hogs on Island, prevented us from obtaining such a
with all the
d'etat and
pleased but the swept the Old Point
coup would have dismayed away except
c'ach. he exhibited a remarkable! de- world.A any great destruction belonging to Maj. Starke, were: lost, statement of particulars: as: would I House.. It is
. No antiquarian simple justice to state
indefatigable I'cleg. filled with ,
The streets are prostratetrees
and of lumber
and dodged severance. large quantities lying estimate
;prec; ofajracity pci .justify,even an approximative that Mr.
beautiful villa. the shores of had curious collection I Taylor, engineer of tho
a more and branches and the whole
in at the Mills and other
But other respect: property. of We have and ,
every damages.! seen
l, dull. He hike was his next destination. Thishighly i than his roll of relationships ; no face of the ground is covered with Several of the Mills unroofed I steamship ashmUet, Capt. M. Berry,
)Poor Pclcg wa:: hopelessly: were learned enough however, to force the j volunteered
promptly his efficient
: cultivated and-charming: site old pilgrim ever labored through leaves: and vegetable! matter. When and flooded and otherwise i
: claimed a right to tle'ho-pitality:: of damaged. conviction that the'aggregate of loss :, services to,
I Capt.
was;; owned by a gentleman, whose his penance more faithfully than he the hot shall again down i Payne en hearing
sun Late in the afternoon house 1
a second or third COUMII: : a* undenia- pour I a was in ,and near the city itself, will be that the Aid, for the time had '
i distant:; consanguinity and acquaintance performed this Felf-imposed: duty towards the now flooded city, the evils off from the being, .
hie as the shelter of his own roof. upon seen floating ? Island. heavy, and it will be swelled fearful f no engineer. :

. nnd no more comprehended that anyone's in boyhood" Pcleg fortunately: his kinsmen. Now 1 he loungedat arising from the decomposition of I Several negroes were taken off the ly, we apprehend, by the reports we l At =about ten o'clock last night a

convenience or pleasure was to remembered"; on these: points his the counting-desk of a prosperous this matter, will, we fear furnish additional Island by one or two courageous men; shall,in due time receive, of the dam- party :of seven, at the risk of their

l he consulted than if he had been a memory was marvellously! tenacious.In merchant, tormenting him with queries food to the pestilence now and one who was at work at the Dry ages at a distance and along our I s i I lives,reached the city from the Island,
duc'timc he aunt .
t lI1)Ue fly. There was nothing of thee was winding throughthe and guesses concerning prevailing. Dock, got into a lighter, cut it loose coast and rivers. We can but specify which they had left in a good boat at

f i' liMliug. whittling, impudent Yan- smooth shaded carriage way Betsey ; and next was }putting a poor It is impossible to leave our office, and drifted across the river to the now, such items of the damages,as about-four in the afternoon ]but

.1 lee about him. On the contrary. that led to the mansion. The apparition stranger cousin: to his wit's end, to so terrific is the storm without, and Iron steamboat::! wharf and was saved. we have been able to'ascertain.All could glean but little information-wo

Ins manner was cringing. creeping, of the dusty, old-fashioned es entertain man and horse in accor- consequently we arc unable to state, Whether any body was left on the .. the wharves along on East- from the member of it whom we saW'in

and he wa not to \\tc repelled by tablishment and droll, wheezy= !horse dance with his slender means ; then what damage has been done to the Island, we are unable to say, as the Bay have suffered more or, less.- fact, as he stated, all were so ab-

: any ordinary coolness or delicate attracted the wondering eyes of a a gay matron and her daughter were shipping in port, to houses, churches, abatement of the tempest was so short Some have been severely damaged, sorbed in saving their effects,.that little

oS Fuggcstions to !shorten his visits.: Hi number of guests clustered at the sorely tried at the intrusion of un- fences and other structures. We and so near night, that we were the planking and posts being'carried I. attention was paid to what was

* obiu enc:s shielded against such wcaHi drawing-room windows, or pacing presentable Pclcg, or a young dandy fear, however, the injury to propertyof enabled to obtain only a few particu- away, while a number have also been transpiring elsewhere. McNulty a I
r back and forth on the' piazza. forced to whiff in long spirals of all kinds has been fearful.
,. pnna..r lonjj lars. There is reason to apprehendlowevcr injured in their head walls. The house! was swept away at an early
. little soul looKed through little Whom have we heref'said Mr. smoke his indignation at being so Unfortunately information in that many lives have been water overflowed them completelyand period of the storm, but whether' e

': : : his thin Carroll to his W'ifc--a. proud, lofty, awfully bored.". At last:: Pcleg and regard to the valuable Rice planta- lost on the opposite side of.the river, flooded the warerooms, store was lost thereby our informant could

- ;- pray eye compressed15p fa itidiousl"-fashionable woman. his dumb consort happened into a tions along the River is more extensive and above and.below l the city. houses and counting offices.In not say. }

I expressed than :firmness: fidgety, and precision his no!':c warliaracterlcss rather "Some mistake of course," replied beehive of a village, which lies at and reliable., Looking from the The Light House on"Fig ,Island the wharf property At the Moultrie House,,the;sea on

:., as it conformedto she,and saw with some consternation the foot of the Green Mountains.- upper story' of the Republican build- had its upper part blown away. injured,=there has been in this way a both sides, yesterday,!afternoon,,.waemaking
the except of his the contents of the buggy depositedon There are few busier communitiesfew ings, we find that the whole of.Hutchinson's '!'heDrv Dock'broke loose from its serious loss sustained in the total or jf,clear breach through. the <.

tenance.general His expression features whole coun- the steps. Mr. Carroll advancedand where gossip thrive so well- Island opposite the city is fastenings, and drifted( across the river partial destruction, of merchandize ground floor, and those'-on'-it' had

:.. like that! as seemed a l stri-, politely greeted the strangers, and fewer still where is so much submerged, and that the Rice fields lodging against the Market dock. in store: On Brown's wharf alone taken refuge'in the cupola.;. The majority

.a vinir many to: converge we towards see, with a question in his eye rather pretension to aristocracy. Consequently above and below, both on the Georgia The[" sloop Magnolia had broken.from the destruction of two thousand sacksof however, of the inmates were

" in the ratio that those a givenpoint of than upon his lips. .thcinhabitants have a mortal and Carolina side, as far as the her moorings first, and struck againstthe salt is reported, with serious dam- safely! lodged in Fort)I ultrie,where: ,

d noble, l benevolent same face His a IIow d'ye do 1 Don't you rcm@mber dread of each other's ridicule.,.Several : eye can..reach I are completely! .inundated. Dry Dock. It is impossible to age done in sugar, of which there we presume, all who considered themselves !

expand. cousin Peleg ?" and a broad, of the most important families of The tide, we arc told by some say what is the damage either. was also a considerable stock, which ; .in danger had also gone. The ;

Wee indicated great' deliberation sun-burnt hand was in the soft palm the little town are connected by of our oldest citizens, was,. at 11 The,steamer Oregon was washed has been :affected in the l lower tier.I Dredge Boat, at four o'clock, is said

and prudence,though unfortunatelythese of the well-bred Mr. Carroll. Pcleg blood or alliance, and into this lofty o'clock, from two to three feet higher adrift, and blown on to the wharf. The loss on, the wharves generally, to have been perfectly 'safe. The

desirable qualities were expended his to the unconscious firebrand than it had been in and The Matanzas loose from is estimated now at$250,000to 'but
at once disclosed intention sisterhood came thirty years, .. brig got roughly Island[ was perfectly deluged, as ,
a } upon the smallest possible make visit ; but his explanation ol of contention, l'elcg. it must have risen much} higher laterin the Oglethorpe Mills, and drifted up $300,000.The far:: as we could! lcarnno reports:were f

objects. His nasal tono mast not beoverlooked I relationship lasted long after they "He need not come to me, a cou- the day. The water coming down the river. So did the steamer Jenny City in its.corporate capacityhas current of any logs! ,of: life. }

to ) ; for,to forget the twang were seated in the reception room.- sin of three removes!I" said one. the river and the hurricane sweepingup suffered a heavy loss in.the dam- The instances damage by the

d- fir Pcleg's voice would be to forget Mrs. Carroll declined acknowledging ."Nor to me, with all my cares'!1" have had the ,effect of piling up Lind.Vessels at anchor down the river, age to the Battery. The woodwork, gale.are numerous, but;; we trust,will s
:i.m.J .
h"" the presence of the new-comers, said a bustling matron. the water; as it were,and.of floodingthe it is feared, have dragged: their with a large portion of the stone in not be found to reach a very'large a

*J** TM, then,was the vcrltalplcl'clerr until constrained by her husband's 1 Don't shake the ragbag over my wharves,lumber yards,rice lands, anchors and gone ashore. the facing of. ,.both" sides ,East -and amount. The things. and.ela tings,t>f ;

Leech who, after long and frequent .'stern request head!1" exclaimed a young house- and every thing else in the vicinity The Gas Works were so much injured South, has been destroyed. The many houses hive been injured, and '

."- consultations with his wife:, (who had Not: one of our guests but has his wife, escaping through the back dooras of the river. that it will be impossible water formed breaches at the a.swells in'roofings have been blown off .eatirel -
no voice whatever in the final doth shabby relatives. It is our American Peleg entered her aunt's cottage.A The loss from the destruction of supply the city with gas for three or of the flood even over: the highestpoints >on some cases. -

- easton,) resolved to take a summer's birth-mark, and I'am,not ashamed of family altercation ensued! ; and, the Bice and Sea'Island Cotton crops, 1 four days. We now write bj candle and the spray was dashed. inconsiderable

; tour in search) of his rc1ati"csHe. it." with all his willful perseverance in Georgia and South Carolina, must. light.The. quantities on the roofs vna a.Conchs.,qf 1ka Ul1. '

." Md frequently been hero and there The stately Mrs. Carroll was at Pclcg'could not wedge his way into be immense. Indeed, it can only be tinning of the New York and of houses opposite, on the West side.the The late Gale-It.* Efleeta.... .
to '
!, among them; but, upon this occasion face to face with Peleg and the good graces or parlors of his estimated by millions With the Savannah Steamship Company's warehouse The bridge causeway leading -
length has been Our Saturday presented*
.; he intended to honor all within his wife. His intimation of a visit thankless relatives. Oh, if he !had Rice fields flooded, and an angry, ter- ,-was.carried away. The store Bathing House off the point, city on in '

- hit red Accordingly lie doled was repelled with chilly determination. but been Governor Peleg, or Lord rific hurricane sweeping over them,' is full of goods, which, it is feared, carried considerably'damaged.away, and the House The wharves itself mournful and 'borer:aspect striking evidences many portions'','of',the', .

mt few silver bits and. rs.for at last tearing the embankments and (destroying much damaged. > '
pair are
a cop 'elegl J The puzzled up ? .have all been violence and destructive energies.of
seriously _
; the replenishment of his meek wife'sWardrobe Our house is already filled with bund shelter with an elderly relay. the work of years, it is dif The roof of the fine new buildingrecentlyy along lI\ored-Morclnnd u h..Bay .wharf the great gale' and. flood tide'4f.? Friday
:: and, in imagination, ptwar -: friends, I have: not 'a. room at; mydisposal. tit. who was, neither swayed by )cult to place a limit upon the damage ,. erected' .on the: :'Bay by Ed.PadelforQ ibeen} cut away nearlyto the morning., r L

fed his own back for lus generosity. .". )ride, ,nor, fashion.. Independenceaid done. ,We fear there has: also Esq.< and- occupied -by having low-watermark. .' The.damages in some points-.wer
Khc knew the talismanic art T' of character, enabledher been great loss of life"among ,the Crane & Rodgers,'has. blown
happily Well when we're in such a fix, generosity : .: ,The at the'west end't even,beyond our first:anticipatlonandif t
IriI of! changing old things to new, and, make floor. I had to offer Christian hospitality. I. negroes on these plantations, from The coppercovering"; causeway which' wasbuilt'a; few will be longrbefore the traced
,.. obedient in we beds on '*' said she with ehar- the overflowing and washing awa.yof change was also blown' away! as if it Tradd-street, ,, '
in all -was > tcaeia.for p But Pcleg, ; can
respects; licvcs sleep.on thcfloor, I fears at a heavy, cost, by the; of destruction7and havoc >ere
: essother
? the journey on the appointeddar. just as : acteristic frankness, "you must'find houses;boats, &c.c ; had been p'a P erttndriianiber; ago eVen'.frbm' ..
the clty.itseiL
haabeen .
and obliging Chisolm utter moved
. olit the. innocent, the coast must covered....with.tin and copper city andMr. !!T t
-- The'shipping. on buildings
,than in
-o pleasure '
more -weariness I .. 'Among' the ;prominent.bualdings,
No>vr, Pcleg did ,not "believe in Peleg. I ferreting out* stranger cousins, who. have suffered terribly, .and.we,have .have,been: injured; '* The! roof of destroyed Mud Machine has jMills' 'been that. have been: severely,.damaged I by :

t::, 1r ilizzing lik? a bee through the *I may -allowed;>> to consult Tny''I have, no more, than human, interestin prepar d'ourselves'for the most diS-.. the ;Pulaski? House" received-. some...t: sunk at its place off thewharf," and the wind,andraia.,:we must place,the
S' convenience;I presumerepliedthdetnce could not but a.strous'accot&nts. ,. slight damage-!? :ottJ If-* : '
world To bo t..doWi1'at'h jour- own JPeleg *say; -M. to ChariestottHoteVwhich haffsustain
, you. new Met1 odi Chuich1Iodg will be lost it is supposed .. ,
with Vtowering 1."he ? .
ty'uend. before. he.,'had' !'fairly.made that ;wouldu"have i rve : his :wife burst into tenr!.-' Just fifty:'_'years ago':yesterday, as; sons":b1iildiilg8. i the.Ba.. ,;.ana;tbe .'Tbereivasno.t: ; ) a very.large amount very'heavy;damages ;Thewingonand .
II I 'd to start, and ,tb be for 't haughtiness: : < Ml'do'\t !h-I'rnC'hon e: I .think, we learn'bl our: .:back.files, ,.the of shipping in harDorand.from.thecareful : Pinckncy.. etreet; theijack'or.east
a.1 ever called "..boa.rd".ber r his feet powered any but't1 e."pertinaciousPeleg4Behadno it fii'dheadfdlto'trtcveL"T : of ,Georgia was1-visited by-the'tri<:>sty. store of. G"W.Jones,1:.occupiedZ: ; in ad van e, ruin', ,forming 'to ther'i1) )
? srhoseeechleSS preparationsinade
r 110-.. |b ad:Ruffled,off, the I) 'pl;.tfonn t ;,Weis ', : thong of going ,. had found a voice% ,. frightful. hurricane ;that>,had! :.been Patton, .Huttoiu ed. .,., Co4.andiothers!a la "otno.\ the;; damages"thlisUs: ustalnerhave> ? quadrangle au e.of th.ebuiIoUagr"unroofed G.! '

tee 'Wetable objections, in his vieyto: and readily acceptedMrCarroll's dineand his ufterbfferto. now: :that she felt the sympathy of'an. known -.sinceJthe' ;: 'settlement! ofjtheState. I' were Soddard's} > damag uild'vuga AThfj;;:geed tiny j:ediyE.> : : been less than was at first ajjprejien*::: .earlf--. 'perwtofthestorm
the ::: < ,, that the gal : inyttatfoftto; is xemarkable andihe4raTOOfing;
popular mode of 'Mrs.Edmunds' con- 1l| + ilw. -Friday;
he ;
: heart : gale
_ Paniii entaata :vill e honest njured ant e&from'iile'sevety of
alt aj nothing of.Hhe/laerioagrinru s it .p rovide a < gillD" Bbled# ,.her; promised her y Test; and: 'thenet' which'nowxshakes! ; .-the building ri n I' Ai: Soullard/jwas'other housesl-which also= i 1 can;, not. .''is'to the damages' xi'{;: was' large' masses'> >tgainat
iardistaTitiyPeleg: ; :vasjat manf
.r'.. 1D&d into his vallcL 'g0'pretel; rrcd not. .m l liariermsTWithTu i.gene-: ail."miLa<<{-Act'! '''hapBywifc, the which'-wewriter istunrobfingtthf(' l now mention. apart from those already mentioned,I. (Continued oft tWrd pap.) ......
be = on trees and chimneys,
*1. the. master r sot his 01rD time to<* once' ana' crept) after him to the i presentation; bra neW cap and dress, town,prostrating : I:.
,F : J.. On the day in question; roM hOSt;




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I steamer came in sight .n I her return ..down, the.,) "Tbe number of cases of yellow fever reyseteedaj-I 'The: Whig UctGrdVbtg. Rally. ".. -/rdiai, ; "PJC4. ] :; Representative. What wisId. be/ore we repeat jon eaJOibsoo, (|U) war presented by Councilman J I
floriba I. .I' ''t- ? C
of the strict .eowtrictioalst
&lJe Bcpublican.t down unmolested, seth. ported yesterday ,. '' / '- .f f ; J principles : ; Baffingtoa, and oa his motion ordered to be
-tlheJ 'The interments for the weck'ending The Wig Barbecue on thI of the Town }if-*4aIIcT'vvs.flXWf1I.1t f-n i i iIt among; whom isJMr. Axwatt, we': can never getanapproprUtkniftrom ,.fh bill of & 8. Ty_ was taken ( paid.! "
< that day determined not seen by reference to the report of the o last Whig I roan the tar.s4os
A wi b n to \ the Government for he iraprovement
We of whom died of I X.Z4to.4ThRn. 8._R, addreWd > motion by Cottncilmaa Aeosts
JACKSONVILLE. t interfere with her on her passage down Het reached 67, 44 enthusiasm, witics d."A mor warm, cor Ma h thl rtfcmd
rarely of navigation oT the&o".Jehlll. ,back
of % to committee.
yellow the number of interments, to Ui people ftorkb the
ler however, with certainty, from a citizen the tt and at and sincere ootpoirjeg popular feeling; we .CJ, -- ; \ V. bUY&. !
36 were at dl of the Floridio Councilman Call
Lu owns t a very -- introduced the
visited the steamer in a boat, that Cemetr 3 desired1 the Jo .* Wowing wotion
Thursday September 21, 1854. sm.1 ret Grove-6 of the could Bet have been by -
w'a latt bing Clor pn. t say m .J t .which was on motion
the balls had struck the steamer 1 .. Cwaaci1Dwa..B
that of }
'.- repr one ladies' The Charleston Jftrwrjr of.-e Auglr r m\ ardent advocei&cftsWbItarty. : in Jqno.r.eaougt of "T" & .ton'uaiiimouily'adopted: ,

er I passed through the [ a follows: p A ltd having' bjtjMerccted for lpke" ', re-election to a for certainty The two Governors and the ladians. RaiolwJ. That the Intendant
of the Stewards DV.WM ..
wounding slightly one onthe of and irnmorousJbebcVrt fcB-d'naifory, CnBJ .
.lO Augusta GmrtlttitimMlbt Yet.yba D H Ihe'exhJbit> l ii gentleman's >y. Mthorfeed and requested
back of the neck, either by a flying splinter ort a report professedly I derived from IoLLXD'prrde. as Chairman of the EectinCommitt. whc \ The act for the final removal of the Indians steps as he shall deem necessary istake-co-j to

effect the .velocity of the b i pawiug that there had boon fourteen deaths by yellow feT and. assembly"was ec .4a-b-a1thig.hLgtig 1 having provided for their esptare proceed*-w empower infractions of our Quarantine laws prevent and ftanr.
o r in this city; during the twelve bour preceding ddreil"D& his ds: ., the Governor to borrow five hundred thou tions. .
close t his pnn its transmission: on "aturlY. We need not say succession of'brief apee b*. b1 Xer'Drnt /Fron narraUve r of _.what Mr. sand dollars on the bonds oft.. State,with which On motion Councilman ,l.
that this report is and obviously) malignant Cull, Hopkins, Drew, Fleming, Baldwin, 't,.. Maor to defray the expenses of the war. Tbe execution by Aepsta Cevtei the*

The Quarantine Difficulty. and we hope our city authorities will takemeasures ruth,._Messrs.FJaming and arruthbcing7oflg tried t do what he h done for h cn tent of this law, was heralded aa the glory that ,was to .ww adjourned.r- '.--_'E._GORDOX.-_---t--_ Oert-.*f-VT7"Gm3.
ascertain its It is lloin" I' crown the Administration GoV. |
to proper of Broome. Indeed
As tbe unfortunate difficulty at this in regard auth t who have but taken.all active weetft
place state, that there have few cases of er Wig rnty. large military and,injudicious ,live oak so hasty was theieal of its friends that du OrncE FLoaiDA HAIUOAD C
t the quarantine regulations, ban assumed a loW fever on board of vessels from Havana, anda part in te cause, elicited .outburst* r.p rlerltinl m.inte by. the Federal Gye- ring a temporary absence of Gov. Brown, they Jacksonville Sept. 15, l81. C

somewhat serious shape, and may present a still few other in vessels lying along side of them. plause by.the vivacity of'tei oratorical sallies ad tent exempt front sale ad tn- called from bis retirement Brigadier General A1U- Doa Si*': Mj attention has
we are precluded longer from As th r been, a yet no indications. its infecting the earnestness : are-usdessto. and injurious sion,. to fill the Xxeontiv.,Office, with no other beencaDed
m r grave Ipt the city, we made it the subject of orthei.ap. our interests; and ODt abolishing duty than the execution of this law; but that valiant to the proceedings of the Democratic
hither favor
placing a lmit remarks, as we have reinnrk. The Board of Health have the subject under The tho them,'I introduced a bill i in the last providing officer abruptly withdrew from ;the capital, of Hillaboro' rneev
to done, with the hope that time and the good examination, and will, we understand, mae a by the Whig party of the doctrine of INTXRHAJ..InPBOVKHEKTS for their sale. During the C J8 and left the honor to the new Governor. A year county, on the 17th of

wsbe of A parties concerned would better allay iiil report t Council to-morrow evening." and their advocacy in general of ;. I bad anotherbill prepared to accomplish the has now passed since Gov. Become entered upon August last, of which 'you were chalnnan,

t excitement and heal the breach without the stimulus 'S measures which promOto'.the interests of the peo same object; which was presented through the the discharge of his duties. 'The Indians are not I and especially to the subject of
and which bill I called eiptured-the army is not organized-the bonds a RaiI.oatl
of commentary on either side. The The Savannah Press. formed fruitful and Interesting themes of ad- Mitl Cmitt up
newspaper I pie- The Commissioner of are unsold-and the future is without hove. Hit connection with Tampa.

subject mil now involve grave issues, as it certainly dress. We do not know that by a single speakerwas the General Land however, informs me that was treason in GOT. Brown,who regarded the law permit sir
Below will b found the several notices by theSavannah Ofc as unconstitutional not to execute it what is it me, to assure yo .act
will a greater of irritation between a remark made personally reflecting on his it failed in the because the engrossedbill ,
WHIG CANDIDATE the antagonistic dej the difficulty, unless press of the arrival of the steamer but the addressesjjvere appeals op itself was mislaid by a clerk or messenger, and in Gov. Broome, its advocate and zealous friend? through you, the ,citizens of your county

U'elaka here on her first trip after the quarantine. ponent strong could not be found in the closing hours of thesession. If Gov. Brown was weak and incompetent because that it is the firm intentions ,
ron some power b interposed, before anotbh attempt established.The t reason and feelings o-t1e numerous assembly ." be did not execute it, what ia Gov. Broome, whose of this C01D. .

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, to violate the quarantine laws, which will place was of auditors. The flag was suspended "The importance of tbe following amendment, administration rested in its execution for the hope 1-ianyto give to the claims of Tamp 'a ,

the whole question in a position of legal investigation. following. is the statement of the Savannah around tbe speakers' stand, and floated upon a tall which I offered to the civil and diplomatic bill, of the public (favor The issue brat proved the investigation, impartial I
TOM BROW Qeorglnn from the editorial. of tbe Journal which passed in the Senate, but failed In the truth of Gov.Browa's opinions, and the proprietyof consideration and
We under tbe belief that it with the in
was : adopt staff the
bre his The law unconstitutional contrast in the for I
and in the House will be at once recognized: Be it further opposition. was theterminnw
COUNTY NOMINATIONS. hop that tbe affair would assume this form, that (ri. I appeared latter paper After the speaking, tbe eoxvd ajolre to well enacted, That the President of the United Statesbe absurdly inexpedient and utterly futile in its provisions : such as you request in ,

Council prohibited the firing into the on the August: spread tables in the groveLvbere'tbewftnts of the authorized and directed to appoint two personsto designed not for the purpose of benefitting your resolution
FLO BID A .-The Welala,Capt the people, but a*an electioneering scheme. For the; and to furnish her citizens with
FOB SEXATOH vessel, on her return down the ricer on Monday QIUAW Kinj man were bountifully supplied from a va- investigate and collect proof under the instructions every returns this bringing back. with physic of such a law, for a so improper,
of the Department of the.Interior, of the passage purpose lity in developing her ILdn
EDWARD HOPKINS. last Florida mails, nothaving been abt ,we understand, rel and luxuries. At*' eUer.feast depredations upon private property by the Indians weeks Of Legislative session were spent and a 1Uges.

We publish tb law of the State bearing upontbe t effect a disembarkation, except ff freight at was never spread; and when. : all had fully partaken in Florida, subsequent to the 25th of December large sum of the public money squandered. Tbe It is already,perhaps known to you that

FOB ASSEMBTMEX, sul 'd of quarantine in general, under the JaklnTie ]'nsin r were landed five miles the crowd dispersed. 1835 ; the report and testimony to be submitted history of this act present a nigh tribute to the we have had for some time
The Postmaster offered to receive value of the services of Guv.Brown who past an engineer
of which incorporated town in the ." to Congress at its next session. The destruction public
SAMUEL B. THOMPSON, provisions any the mails at the wharf but Captain King refusedto of the property of tbe people of Florida while he would have Welcomed any conltitutionJmCS8ure I employed in making a reconnoisance of tie-

COLUMBUS DREW. State, or the Justices of an) District, in the rcini- deliver them except in person, and being prevented Register of Public Lands. their dcvasttted. hclds and. homesteads. has.prorrtimost and expedient means for removing the various sites the
ty of a port of entry, are constituted a Board of r from gin into the city himself thought i his Our readers will a serious drawback- upon the -t.lte.s prosperity. Indians, opposed to the utmost this law,'and gave waters of Tampa
duty them back see the announcement of Hon. another evidence .; recommended
with the thereafter prescribed and t ofrfhff! safety with which public as eligible for a depot
powers or ter
Death It seems that King first received notice of D. S. WALKER as Regster: of Public Lands, which interests be confided to htnu
this this Federal Government may
Persons desirous of locating in part of This law was passed at tbe hut session Capt. }or much of property, the minus. We
several advertisements of lmite. the quarantine, : !lrjs. lie was informedthat officer is to b chosen with the others at the election is, in my judgment, justly bound to make VEIWTAS. very early in the Fall
East Florida, would find of the Legislature of this State, and was t supply a physician would met him at Dames' Pont: on the first Monday in October. Mr. Walker's compensation ; nor can I permit myself to doubt .5 to have a full examination of the waters

'I places on the St John' river offered for sale, worth e want of a general provision on the subject of: At this place no one appearing,the Captain pushedon that, whenever the subject shall receive the fair Death of S. T. Chapman, Esq. made by the Coast
to >o physician came on capacity as an officer, and his character as a citizen, Surveyor, (this has been
their attention.AorKOwttDCHKKT. Jacksnvie.
thy of made applicable in any contingency consideration of Congress, some measure of indemnification
a quarantine, t b board. permission to land, the Captain are too well known t need further commendation.We will be provided. Among the victims of the epidemic in Savannah promised to us by the Supcrintendant at
and at minor as well as more important: I Palatka. I,
.-We are happy t acknowledge : ,in the State. Tho corporation of Jackson proceeded found t authorities Returning unwilling to to Jacksonville make any, have understood for some time that there was Now, Mr. Editor,we have long regarded the land we regret to be informed, is S. T. CRAPNAK;Esq., tIle! request of our President,)and we deem
the receipt of a file of the Savannah Ggia1 pints concession or to send a physician on board. Cajit a desire by both parties in the Middle for him! late editor of the Savannah Courier. He it entirely certain
however, exists by an especial charter, passed t reservations in this State, by the Government, as a was a that a Itailroad will ba
for several days previous t the arrival of the Tie, King was even flnmoDell to appear before the become a candidate; and in fact that there was no .
the attention of in Congress vigorous and a polished writer, and an amiable made far
the Territorial Legislature in 1841 and confirmed grievance; our delegation as south
Unable Tampa. The
by Council. to
steamer .on the llth instant, from the get any satisfaction, or t deposit other gentleman known to willing run for open
rlal since Florida has become a Stte. Amongthe the mails according to the terms of hi contract b t has been repeatedly called to the subject It and accomplished gentleman.Proceeding question being whether it thall
editors ef that paper, by that boat, and he As some confirmation of this vew: top at
through 5'
the returned to this -
enumerated of the corporation, con Captain city: a above seems, from Mr. MALLOUY'S statement, that our
the hands of Mr. S. G. B. the notice from Tampa or continue on to Charlotte
remark in
BOWL in the charter is the following stated. We closing that the Carolina copy following tb paper published Scnl\tor.o.. awake to their duty and alive to our interests of Council. Harbor.
.' tiDe ; from Charleston,had been ulowcd t land but two at !lar"lnl, Jackson county: I am further .rmiftnil_ _fn _ot_.r.__ ;..nT,"..,.,.......
the Senate
Tart FIRST Kn SroJL-. }I KIEL has "They shall have authority t guard against the hour brre "Sure IIECISTER.-TbO (succeeded in carrying through CouNciL CRAMBEB, ) -- n y.

opened the frt new store in the brick building i introduction of infectious or malignant diseases I, The following is the account from the Repall ken, Hon. 1 H. S. Walker, without numerous reference friends to party of bill providing fiithe sale of these lands. It September :13, 18 $. f we have advantageous offers from foreign

lately completely by him on l1y- trt. The store and ingross for this or approach purpose, may of vessels prohibit into or regulate the the of Savannah, of the Slfct August: lines, will be pleased to team Unit lie is a candidate failed in the House; and why ? Not by reason of Council- met. Present: lIon. F. C. Barrett In- capitalists to carry the Koad to Charlotte

i very commodious and handsomely arnge. within the limits of said corporation, and water, (I. QPARANTIVEOF OF TUE Fl.ORIIU BoATI.-We learn for it-election as Register of Public Lands. oman {'pposition-the bill had passed and had been en- tendant. ; Messrs. G. C. Acosta, S.Buffington, Geo. 1 Harbor. "We have ourselves wiggegted

.' ever necessary, may compel them, under fixed and l from ftptain. King, of the Welala, that the authorities in the State incumbent is more popular personally than grossed-all that was requisite! to its becoming a W. Cole, S. X. Williams, Councilmen.The i Tampa as a point
lunar the Mr. certain and to observe such other at St ta. the prudent and no man could possibly:: worthy to be considered
i*mrs.-Adjacent t building penalie rules Marys nnd at Jacksonville, make law was the signing by the proper authorities; but certificate cf the Inspectors of the Special'
a officer. We
more public
KIEL, Mr. CBBMS SOBERS has erected two new and re : as the said Councl may deem Fla., require all boats from Savannah to performanarantane efcieDt .presume instead of Charlotte Harbor, and before
found it had been mislaid
there will be the bill not to be
ordinance before opposition. I was ; Election held on the 12th inst for a member of
by they are allowed to land either
two-story brick: buildinj with store-rooms blow proper Under an act passed t in 1842, amending the act of I mails or passengers, or to have nny commnniction ; .al by a clerk or messenger! Where was' Mr. MAxWELL the Council, vice Felix Livingston, resigned was any final action is taken it is our purpose

and offices aln. .A)1 BEES-is also engaged, i.ncorporation, the following boundaries are defined with; the shore. At the former time pre The following extract froth the Rational\ InteUiyenter that be did not see to it that these officers laid before the Board. It appearing that Cot Geo. ta have full surveys'of both points, and of

and making brick rapid houFcs progress on his, in old erecting Mr.substantial T. and made to extend entirely across tbe river : scribe is fifteen further days, that; at the the steamer latter ten from days.Charleston We- we commend to the attention of the Demo performed their duty in a matter in which his constituents W. Call was unanimously elected, and he being the routes leading to them. Tampa id

LEDWITH is also the site ef F. WAVER Beginning at a point on the south bank: of St. ; where the yellow fever is also prevailing was cratic Orators and Editors of this State, who are felt so deep an interest? Will it be said present took the prescribed oath and his scat as a fOund satisfactory as a terminus, it would
building on
John's river, dif.cly south from the mouth of allowed to lnd her passengers at ., as giving us the Southern phase of the Nebraska Bill. that Mr. MAXWELL is not responsible: for the carelessness member of the Council. abridge the of
A C'I store. Besides these improvements,numer- Uogan'a creek; tbenc north, t the mouth of Ho- usual, not hours before the same privilege was and are in exstacics over the great benefits the oC.thers' If he had discharged his duty as Street Committee whom was referred petitionof length road necessary tj
oUlwbare are being erected gans creek aforesaid ; thence along said creek, ascending denied to Capt King. t be made. Our interests would in this
I' with the mcud"f1 of the south branch of This conduct contrasts unfavorably with that of South, achieved by their "Own Douglas." a faithful representative, knowing the confusion of J. W. Price and others, made a report, which reaped

The Quarantine-The Hails sad erek to a point near the public rood, (called Savannah at the time Jacksonville was afic- If the render had not already ber. advised of the the last hours of a session of C'll1gre.he would being received, was, on motion by. Councilman (otter considerationsI as to time and

road,) where said creek takes a direction ted with small pox, and more recently, fact that the next elections principally t b have taken care that this bill should hive been Williams, laid on the table. harbor being equal) incline ns to favor

3 As the Town Conncil have applied tbe quarantine from nearly south west to nearly north west was nearly desolated" by fire. It is al"o'cry" un- held in the North and West. he would easily where it could have been found when.wanted.. and
from bend by direct line I.kc that of friends in the "covered it the Councilman Bufiington, from Special Street Tampa, nothing-would afford us
of five days at Domes' Point as well the fid a nearly a soutliwestcrnly our interior of ths State, by a glance leading articles in greater
t direction, to the mouth of McCoy's who are dully sending us inTttioU; to come the Government organ its kindred prints on This seems to me, Mr. Editor, an instance of gross Committee, submitted the following ordinance, gratification than cordially to unite

Charleston I the Savannah boats, no boat arrived creek ; thence across the St John's river, by a direct them, nnd t mae their our homes. t e the subject of the imputation now assembling in neglect, in regard to which the people of Florida which was unanimously passed : with

in tbe Ft John's from the former city on Sunday line, to Ilendnck's Point; thence eastwardly, would not people along the cast blow Kansas and Nebraska. We have alre idy adverted arc justly entitled to an explanation from Mr. MAXWELL An ordinance to fix, define, and regulate the streetsof your citizens in establishing, in the

lust; and as no mails were transferred from the along the bank: of St John's river, to the point of us, afflicted with the evil which now lirgs 1 to the fact that the]Pennsylvania State Central Com his friends if be And the Town of Jacksonville. most undeniable manner those local advantages -
for consideration, and if of the Democratic has or anycan given.
arc, of course, without our regular b iuning' any they b mite party quoted Messrs. Sue. 1. Be it ordained by the. Town Conncil nf which have
J'Z w As before remarked, the charter of Jacksonville communicated by steamboats,they have done ri DIlrR BADGER, and DOCGLAS to prove that slaTe why did the resolution, providing for a commissioner the town of Jacksonville, !That from and after the always been churned fur
I exchanges or leters. to ordain proper, quarantine regulations. But it ry cal lCt possibly go into either of those Territories to inquire into losses from Indian depredations .
is an especial enactment, and as such, though it date of this ordinance, the streets of said town
-.5- the ends that of
seem us, of the fcu< tiou such
d.)1 ; idea
t safety might fje( any was but
b the late Florida which resolution shall be deemed and taken to be all those
The Steamer AVelata. confer a discretion the Town reached illusion and during war, vacant am truly Ac.
may lrg upon by appointing a physician to visit an ; that therefore nil the complaint of very yours, aCEO.
steamers and to allow them Northern about the Senate, fail in the House This preliminary unenclosed and unocupied space commonly usedat
Council, in \ing "authority" uprohiJAt or to deliver ut least the men the progress of slavery was passed IV. CALISec'y
subject connected with this steamer, which t mails if he, after a examination shall. idle in the extreme that, in the could have met with formidable this date as public puss-wayii, and lying betweenthe
verity bill
Te regulate the ingress or approach of Tesl'I," and proper cer ; us proposition no very lines of buildings and fences on either s'dyas Florida H. II.. Co. -
there i is
tify no yellow fever hoard. once claimed the author
been for several on At by IsaiUlnffr
ha weeks agitating this community all hImself .ce.don. pJlO.4ition-none which a diligent and influential erected at the date of this ordinance, to wit Air. JOSEPH
though in that respect it may go for beyond the events, it is hoped that the authorities in questionw.ll : on HOWJO.L, Tampa, lbs.Sr.M&y'sRivng7.
L assume a new phase on Sunday lat by her general law relating to quarantine lately passed, make known their final determination at ns The Union, in noting the progress of emigra member could u't.have easily overcome; the thirteenth day September, A. D. eighteen

-: .' big fired into in attempting t pass twn, inTol.ton docs not come in conflict with that law. There early a day us possible, as it is wrong; to expre the tion to the new Territories; in which it dos not appear and .suruly, it involved a subject of importance hundred ordinance aud shall fifty-four not apply; Provided to Lot No., however-, in this J

of the quarantine laws. The firing was may be some diversity of opinion in regard the bt having mail eontt t continue. trips that the' shareholders: haves very active lban enough to.the people of East Florida. enlist the No. -, immediately west .of the Court House square September 13th, 1854. J
t is absolutely jubilant the
heavy are not on occasion.
order of the .
by Town Council and in thepresetico permitted L
t : of epnse sees most earnest support of their representative. )fr. which said lot shall remain as originally laid oil', At
of that with the Intendant r'gbtness giving the town 1 jurisdiction 1 the to have whatever wth: the nothing but a perfect realization"great principles a meeting of the passengers of the
body, or Mayor opposite shore of the river, and thereby enabling shore. "Tho Democrntc.: doctrine-.says) that MAXWELL is an honest man, and I Would do him any thing in this section- to .the contrary notwith steamer Florida which called
of the town. A called into standing. was for tie
company was requisition its authorities t prohibit vessels that have no con The following is tbe statement of the Xeirt, cf Jmnn i!fit for slr-govrnment bus begun to win no injury; but he presents himself to the people of t Sic 2. B. it furtlur ordained. That hereafter, of of the
approval conduct
some previous by the same new triumphs purpose and abil-
authority, Nebraska
dy t: tagious disease on board from proceeding ports Savannah, of the 31st August: Kansas and it and Florida for re-election, and rests his.claim upon when'anl person shall desire to erect any building t.ityofCapt.R.
act as a aid of the Town officials t ; rejoices-that there is
and nothing II.
posse as above that have uot adopted quarantine laws : Tar FLOUIDA QcARarIL-Thc steamer make these "fiowl with : them on the ground of past fidelity; _it is proper or fence, on any lot not now enclosed he shall SrEWAETinthts trip which
the duty 1 b performed was the stoppage of a ; Capt. King, returned to this Wela' of Tertlric cnttl on leave ns much space iu front cf said building or was delayed on account of the
but this is a question which our Town Council is city trlm question Ilaver.i "Every .rtval the; that the justice of this claim'should be examined. boiler not
I fence there is in front of the nearest
steamer was about to the line Florida been denied bring as buildings
of having
pas* quarantine not called consider a lauding at St Marys, strongest! assurncs the fact a we How does.his fidelity to the interests of his constituents being able to furnish sufficient
and Town, ordinances upon t and which should, in Jacksonville, and Palatka, for freight at edit. or fences on the same side of the> street, at this steam'to accomplish -

under tb belief cntr t adopt D respect, have governed owners or conductors of Jacksonville. Capt King was except first apprised of.. What fact "every arrival brings" is not appear in the light of Mr. )f LLOU'S let- date.. the ordinary time, on motion cCX. .
te they were legal and very 3. Ordinance No. ten of the town of
required SEC.
tt ((10))
steamers in navigating oar rivers. The fact exists, the quarantine at St Marys; he was told a physician clearly explaine but the Northern ter? Mr. MAXWELL holds "that a public servant B. Es.
of Dr.
for Jacksonville
protection of the the would meet him at Iemorahcprefes Jacksonville, shall be held to applto the spaces Taylor, ,
f th community that at several important points in the Union' Poit but there; t Olt and the ( ; I should be held to a strict accountability for his acts
seret give declared to be streets and
company fre themselves into a military organ tb being no physician there, Cupt proceeded to prominence to it by from hereby : public none Theo. Hartridge was called to the Chair
jurisdiction of a city on one side of a river extendsto Jacksonville, where qnatition I of omission as well as commission. And,holding other. ,
.' katie, mounted a of they wcr obdunlt in their re the Indiana (Democratic) Sentinel, a which
Id two
the and
Col. II.
b.ter guns on paper SEC. 4.This ordinance shall be construed T. Titus appointed Secrctar.
the shore The further exists fusal to allow him to understand him thus accountable are constrained to never
I seems the tune say
bank of the river, in range of the line at which it oppsit r.c land Posbnabterofere t t b sung in that into : to the
to receive the mails a perfect relinquishment present possessors On
motion of II. A.
that the the town of Jacksonville, Clpt quarter. The Sentinel says: that he has proved himself an unprofitable representative. Bliss, the Chair appointed -
the would if she would deliver them of any portion of the original streets of the I
W aupps lt.mer pass np, 'under its charter extends only according to t "Horace Greely that the legislation of It is true Mr. MAXWELL .made : X. B.
the H.
The following is the resolution t opposite shore of in person Proceeding the there, Congress is nsert slave a very town of Jacksonville, upon ,which buildings oj- Taylor, A. Bliss and Capt.

pu adopted by al. in view of the repetition of the river on which it is situated ; that, under was the same t I'watk rl"ul is true, so much more by the pwer. J that t able speech in favor of the Nebraska and Kansas fences mayhave bccu erected but it shall at JJ1 Hanham, a Committee to draft resolutions

the Cnci : another provision oC its charter, it adopted quarantine The steamer Crin from Charleston, was slave legislation from the of Congress removing, and billand, that speech may have contributed muchto times be within the power of the Council to pro- the
suitable occasion.
passage quarantine ground without observing allowed hall ; to
th regaUtions, for a limited time, "prohibiting .to laud JackSDTie two hours before giving it to the people of 'ertrt who are the success of the measure; but I imagine bis ceed and define thetrue line of the strtets. as .o
tb prescribed regulations: the IVeltLa reached ther. not controlled by slave power and in- cause all encroachments and obstructions to b J r- The Committee reported the following:
into constituents cared little what became
That tbe Intendant be and elre f tM'tl fttr icilKin the limit. American ae fre generally very i moved, no matter how long the same have
.uft is S. d'-pendent citizens! bowing the Jtingrt may. '
hereby of :
1 Kefolted That it u the of this
authors and ruet t take such forcible li corporation? Due notice b been, given l State the knee to tu 1ter This is the strongest of the bilL It would have been much more existed. that opinion aiMting
Stewart commander of the
Quarantine Act. r. Capt. steamr
may dem necessary to prevent future this, and yet a deliberate act violating this prohibition r son we have seen in f"vor of the Kansas and Ne gratifying to them to know that Mr. MAXWELL had The following communication from Hon. Isaac Florida this ha wed
infractions voyage, pwnUe
sduur every
In quarantine laws and rglaion. has been twice committed, in the latter An Act t regulate Quarantine Laws in hhis State. a'braska late-conlrjl'ed bill. That act takes' away the power from in co-operation with our Senators, removed the Swart being read, was, on motion: by Councilman I exertion, and all the means at his cvuiBitoJ. .

'. spoken pursuance of of this of resolution, the bttr abTe not without forcible resistance t the attempt S&CIOl 1. Le it enacted ly the Xtnite aud pee ple Wher is Cungrett the objection, and r gives I t a free Government reservations out of the way of their BuffingUm': ordered to be spread upon the minutes: carry the steamer through in her usual time,bit

1 consisting a twenty-four and a brass lD"" of Representative of tkt ,btat (-f Ftorula The both Kansas and Nebraska are likely prosperity; or that ho had done his part towards I "To the lIon. 11ll 1.da1lIlfl the Tote of such were the disadvantages under wkiek b*ls. a

six-pounder, was pl.nt on the bluff,,in an open There is a evident determination by our authorities i" General Assembly eonceneJ, That the Mayor to be free Suites; and at this moment, Cther beside instituting an inquiry which might have lead to', JaclsfHitiUe and Cn"ntttmeiithereof: bored that it became impowsibl* for him to do >.
t lot between the mill of FOSTER A and Aldermen of town or city in this Union Rewired, That during the voyage afbmaia. ,
STEVEXS andel and people resist evcr State, the see in this development of Democratic "some of indemnification" for GerrtEHE*:-Under the head of "Froceedin;I
t by similar means any re- upon or adjacent bay, river, harbor measure injuries to ', Capt Stewart exhibited all those traits that characterize
MOOITET & : Foundry and Machine any or principles" much "cause for national rejoi. in Council, Conncil Chamber, lyth August 1854.
Works. GOn'1 pt attempt flagrantly t violate the quarantine where, ther i a port of entry, or in the absence cing." Jourl.of for instance, their property induced by the mismanagement of.r as published in the Florida Xerrt, of Sept. 2d, the tbe most skilful and experienced conunaa-

; and it would become the parties deeming of any icrrtd city or town, the Justices of Democratic in its CmnrC, proverbially the General Government. ,A. D, F.. Petitioner observes a covenant entered into between; tiers, often laboring himself when matt difficult

The narrative of subsequent Tent up t the themselves aggrieved by the operation of those the such Pe of every Justic'a District adjacent t cautious in its expressions seems in that 'S. G. W..Call:, Attorney for 1C W. Biggs & Co, "in I dangerous service was repaired.Rttoked .
return of U boat from on Monday laws seek I ports entry, includng the lotion ( al predictions as t slavery getting th eltcie ascendancy the controversy now existing between the said. I That Capt. Stewart has maBfot| l'
u th rTr t legal redress from their effect,instead any unincorporated town or depot or of have [FOB THE REPUBLICAN.] "
place KAI already been toward all the while thai Mpowd to
evening lute we take from extra of tbe Kevct, of landing, shall be, and are constituted proved illusory. I parties and the town, by which covenant a part of passengers,
circulated in a vainly attempting t set them at naught J Board of said hereby, a says: street baa been ceded to the firm of". W. hamming trial and subject to laborious duties amost
f f' town on UodayaOD: inception of legal been Jcth in inCrrt city or town, "The cry of Abolitionists While thene are censors, tin tn tpartf & and wodart,
The Port tb steps b eurunde or iu such c's and Froie ; Whigs, While tuck critics tnould Biggs Co., for private use and )ufP'Tbe gentlemanly bearing, gallant
L Pyicn was ten dept 1 tie with difficulty, it i t be that the crisis SEC. 2. B. it further enacted That tbe other odd that the passage of art why forbear, petitioner, in his own right: and in the right or be which command oar highest admiration, saiL
: of r tbe
Quarantine at Danes' hop Mayor Nebraska bill would be equivalent the half of the ot this town leave ., whk-h award hint
1 Grand which has fur resulted such incorporated town t per people begs t.roeit we most cheerfully as a duty
city or
Poit wit : without his Although our is not
p warning Capt King, that th 1 mat sence or other disqualifications o during ab manent establishment of slavery in.the Territory city a large one it is to be against such covenant,'on the ground that obligatory poo u*. -
t attempted rial such of Kansas hoped that its officials have
i personal injury, will the and the some for themselves
; t open As a Board of Aldermen person a erection of that Territory into respect tt it *vu\ it wants some essential character; and I Kttolted, That these proceedings be publabaiIn he would he f into. I oe leg question, our corporation are willing t test of such of Health may elect in ., shl be President a slave State, will soonboaeentob.whatjtisin at well at those nf larger one*." has not die nature of a covenant; the thing sold I the Jacksonville and Charleston paper*.

11. t&passengers, who mlghtbe oa h.b1 I abide it. Districts Bd be elected .ueh'Jultic'a fact, and always has been, mere gammn intended "We have a better opinion of our fellow-citizens I belonged to the public. Covenants in which I TUEO. JJARTRIGK, thairmam,

& not be expeeed to,.the dangec of the The event which has the Peace for I such may Districts such .Utice of the for political effect Foreseeing the plot would of Duval county, and that, they will indignantly) people treat about things-which cannot be botight IL T. TJTCS, Secretary. -
_. may be
---b- -- : 1 .Y-on fe discussion or great ore led t SEC. 8. Be i That said soon .eps some cf the knowing ones early spurn these attempted wheedles and their authors.** or sold, such as thing set apart to. a holy use, W.T. Pucviance, B. Brooking,

like warning- -pD passengers, if there shall not principles, upn' which we of Health be fur"e "a empowered Aor cnciTed of setting on foot a system of "Showing that there vat only four deaths from L things belonging to the public,are.. Whatever B.Wn-on, H. y. Veiteh,
were ar ,
I weretdTi.edlogeasboreatbothoftheiie any now attempt t touch; evn their investigation quired to appoint a Port Inspector who ad r a emigration should t Kansas from the North, by which yellow fever during the week previous, Ac." "And nature and the laws make common, either to all S. Q. Sttmaon, J.R. Bttltoek,

Port pt we Lope may b anticipated by such a regularly licensed Physicia whose Ihal shall they their own gam the crit in p of proving centralize the patronage and power at mankind in general, or to a kingdom or to a town, J.Morris, New York, R.P. Pmckneyjt,

Tbe Illcia and mesgr were I present acquiescence of subject party in the be tc board all yesls coming into the Ports of r ment of Emigration predictions establish which now rt.t* with the people, WAllhingtoni. cannot be sold. Thus l seaports highways, public 'J. R. Ilanham, L. A.Hagnard,
by the Steamer learn that Mr., which he appointed such Aid Societies. On the old Federal elements that acute in market places, and all other things which this common -
aa quarantine laws as will lead a suspension of further may b Inspector, and these societies paper various. J. B. Brown, L. IL Uattair,
t report to were to do mighty things but of the and public use incapacitate for sale, cannot
BISIIE of of Health ;Ac.
; parts country
the of BISSR A- if any if a J. W. F.
hostile Eichelbergar
r operations in cntgiuus yet, they have N.LTaykir,
C.u1ov. resisting sent out be sold.
agnboJ malignant, more than emi "
it pestilential lr or infectious The .
the WtialM people of Florida believe that J.C. Brown
grants, conscience IL A.Blias
amp.le by BR", occurred on if we are not awar.of Nevertheless the Your petitioner, reserving to himself such other ,
1 steamer l ,, went down i the Meytrt, and The Savannah S. Pressv railing on bard or vessel any such, diss ar lr *Territory is rapidly filling up it, a appears from, va- quired truth, and as talent.sterling. honesty quite as much rc- grounds a* of right he possesses-in relation to the E.. Harrison, 1LT.Titos.t. -

UTheItT7etreatedCpt.K.nottoendeavortopas. into quarantine at such place t places te which have.been published from the obstructions on the weal side of Hognns street respectfully Alexander,

r Jacksonville. His them We copy tb several notices of the Savannah designated by the Dr of may h t seat It of war." MB. EDITOS:-The quotations aboveare collected prayeth your honorable body to remedy
Ilwe" t was, that hew SEC. 4. He it/ Jelth then quot a W klltcr from Kansas, from the of and the matter:complained of herein ind peti-: to -,
for and intended papers, upon the first receipt in that city of intel ,end, said Board of r bing the dccr- numerous specimens rare. taste" ; your are tauhomed announce
Health ti
Hi answer 1 th Port and t g here. lgnc of the enforcement of the quarantine laws the rate be of and compensation are hereby or fully fees to empowered to fix: crowds', e.xhjlratmf, and scenes adds exbibite. te elegant diction"that adorn the editorial matterof September ncr ever 3, pray.1854."- .ISAAC'WI.RZ"- the name of Hon. DAVID S.

wai_f Yarn have done your Pic duty, I messenger bound ti place. Port Inspector, for al sricl performed b paid t him said I of Already,we presume, there are some thousands the last number of "The Florida News." Councilman Cull introduced the following resolution WALKER, as. a candidatefor, tie

for Falatka.N b a The Savannah a such, which paid tbe emigaut within the ..Territory, and nearly all Is it prudent their author to set himself as
V office of
RepMiain naturally refers the of : master or of which was, on motion by Councilman.Cole, Register bf jPublic tan/Is

) : At eight o'c on 'Sunday morning the volun generosity of that city towards Jacksonville t and owner on failure any Tell any master visited by owner him a of aforesaid, for Th ( uncnnet fuer .Ih th\slaver.. b authority a critic on style?_ The first two paragraphs quoted unanimously_adopted: the ensuing election.,
from this learned
I o any 've tll Editor; for
t able according t order, etblihe a the time we .'e visited by small pox and fire; lei t pa the fees as fixed by said Board of ; I'asserting Not a f'ehoder perspicuity and Jittoltett ,Tbat if Isaac Swart Esq. deems him
and in whatever tbe the 'or | in )[,Slur has as yet accuracy of expression cannot be surpassed; and self aggrieved by the action of the Town Council :
camp plat sentries, and their light course of community ID8tr may proceed to collect the his slaves Jye virtue of authority ia me by law vested,I
i l batteries. m.nne same by before ia?ail! f- there the others exhibit surprising in fixing the west line of Hogans : be do II
A lookout was posted deck may seem our Havannah any Justice of the ground of knowledge of one street apply -will efier for saleoo the. ri* Monday ni OaI
of t
: upon cotemporary, we have Peace of the County In which eueh .prhension.tat not enough slaves I Ilntotth of the to the Intendant within ten days from this date tuber next, before th
STITEXI A port plainest and .mist the-Court House door ia *
Fosna's frankly to that may obvious principles of
Mill b
wil b to
who say make it
e not much who is
was t announce our.pple were insensible litnatd. ? ( hereby authorized empanel a jury to. town of Jacksonville,' within the- boor Ofsale
,i ,. the approach of a steamboat by the discharge to the generosity of on tb occasion referred .it further enacted, That any mastervnuci .n ob J.glt-nhemfree-:pending. fear wo express The sentence critic in our hut communication assess the amount, if any of his damages. I the following;property,;to.wit:legal-

0 qf h mask to. Nor do they regard without f to tbe VI pUnr 01 an. vessel wuo. shall refuse --;.- -' L th.-bi WI weii. wr. '_ ., which. .this. sneers. defends, itself.. Per-, The follo\tinr ordinance:.iutrodaced by. Councilman The half Jot known in the plan of said town ssNo. ,
t The the felDg obey order of Physician Western vvry4 wortnern and naps ii mignt nave been more seven, (T,) in No. thirty-three (83.) ly
day of very quietly, Tcry little excitement regret unhappy concurrence, or such vessel in ( directing Iemoratic consumption at and perspicuously.arranged ; CaJL was passed: square
; p f t rmn quarantine unGe by. may prent but be i is Dlttbe'man ; ing on Monroe street' i Bounded OB the eas$ by
ehibt by either citizens volunteers rencof clrcumstanccswhicb have most laws, rules regulations of such th purpose of keeping to object to it; for An ordinance to fix and permanently de1i.Adams Henderson
Democrats in ,on the west Dibble the south by
t ; I f determination,was evinced o by edly eventuated since the first aDnounc unept Health, shall be liable t indictment, and on con cowing the tr d least until after the if Duval uses bad 'grammar i\.i very tidfllftb l i Street east of Market street: Donglas on the north by by Monroe,streetLevied on -
mnt viction, shall fined eletionl. object we look Mr. Coleuses Mi it ordained by tkt Tovs Cmtnca of t\t lbw
I rsry countenance h a sum not exceeding one out for le"e may worse;;and if he wishes to bring on a* the SimeonTyler
quarantine of
uphold the laws which tbe Pavannah boats. All property-
1 they rltna t thousand StM qr on of Jacksonville That the northern line of Adams
or ex-
:' called defend 'I dolal imprisoned .8 exceeding six pounded by quel about reform ia.syntax he has work at sad-Margaret C. Tyfcr/hU wife to satisfy sfar'
-e upon t ,a any aic This th tallb papers "cntet" tbe permission mouths of the &e enough i street east of Market street shall counpieflceat the facial uaaed from : > of *

., ctw was not the rutoc a sudden the Charleston boat t pass up the river .but two t Sa 8. B e further enacted, 1nr.the a I home to keep him,employed for a !long time. ,If: comer of the fence of the premises now occupied county, in the ease of a Foster Justice's and Court JBicvens(s.&STyler

I but that ebt'r hours the Board of Health for tbe city Jursic- We from the ,'Savannah he undertakes .the, tak.w. have an old, of, by Geo. C. ..and run aa easterly course and ed* >
ler copy I
Lfor" th Wa The I Inference from fifpvHita tin Margaret C. Tyler his wife. *'>
t pin o atte West shall :: along said fence it stands and alU eroachDlenta
extend to and the the Fever is Murray which is at his service as now ;
that this remark,that we were incuc whole Island still death ; some ofitsesye.are I byas.this August tad, f'&ss. -
and in full Charleston which said cling through buildings fences, and other
I is
du t upon city that devoted -
.lew boat is p.1 IUU.t city.The Bishop Edward wanting; but it contain the two'first rules in, : JAMJES YISZANT; f..Zis. -
I of the responsibility of position. At wholly unfounded simple reason for tz 7. B* t farMer That all well and said street southof said line shall be removed Augustlij8k '

l I aon-M* .evening gun .Ir t and was fondly) t distinction then being tbe feet that the put acts conflicting ec4 provisions act of this or community Han'I'; from brief.1 favorably'labors loW t our syntax which rules our erudite friend seems either within twenty days front this date under the pains .: _

t. I that the not make I her I, .yo was alarmingly prevalent in Savannah yellow sic ted the same are hereby rle : fallen a victim to it h amng DB h. I I never to have learned or to have forgotten.'
'C J.that she ,.. Quarantine appear our previous reports, while it bad b I the[Passed House of the Senate, December Passed The Republican.says: "Theshsftof th.'tlet In the course of his study hswill find)it conducive motion' ] by Couneihnaa$ Cole, the Town Marshal MM will offer for sale ov the bat Monday in Vcter
" :- and would barhp.Ub the city of Charleston. In infltd Representatives, December 29, 182. less destroyer has been successfully 1 ad hl to hi* progress to exercise himself in correct was.. instructed to notify parties interested of next;.before the' Coort House doer itf tte
O-c the t.n proof of this, we ap- Approved by th Governor, JauI818 .J reached" the heart of one of the no&le1 men .the ing'false syntax for the> (passage'of this ordinance.4 -ri I J*"- "&'" town of Jacksonviile, within the legal hour*-
! .: ., P were soon dissolved by the report of pd e. a few etrc from Charleston'and Savannahwpen .5. age, alluding to the death of Dr. R examples. f which'we..refer v saUv the following property, to wit;
.. Widm.o him to The bill of Wm. P. Dowses, Tax Assessor ?
It his warf
L also
remarks history of the halfof1otNov(7In
a nnsket trom.tbe look-out' station, and soon the ( DOUI ine period or tne first The furnishes : "Truly 1, Death shining' "Lumber'Business'of. Known i Is the plus of said town aa the west
the appearance of tlegpk a brief account of an mark, and in' lowering his. raven wing theSt Johns."' fc '&- 1 1" taken from ,the.table'oa,motion -by 'CooncOmanQole ( $ a7en.tAlft7
I upon our ;
moke o steaaaet became Visible over the pint d.1 t.ete which visited Louisville. Ky.. devoted Savannah, seems to have : and ordered to be paid. ... ((33,) lying onMoaro. strect. Boinded on M
ou 27th nK plume, When he shall hays learned write ;_ .
to with '
18 o'clock while parity, r: : '
As. SunlY. drpp
# she EtpuUica of ser- with which to record rff.Councilman
.anD was ascertained SyaD the 33d his triumphs Dy Henderson,on Uw west by Dibble,on the 1ostby
t b Williams
th*. the batteries wen manned ette AUgt ''pawed Wa. on in tbe churches The storm est_and most useful citizens. brht propriety; and ,bretiskie he may with consistency Eowell presented petition i'J( Douglas,en thf-north by Monroe strtH.r' j

; Jrt-c & .We learn unofficially that there i : Firth lvr. t part- uf the ,city lying between &(er SchleyWelle* and Ellis, and Dr. S. N. set himself up aa.. teacher of others I The.'positions B. ; prating Jan'abatement of taxeswbich'w ) Levied en as the property ef Simeon &Tylef* *,
port ; redyLradachare. J s menU on from were 1 inter TweDty.fnt streets, and 1 great was ,.are its victims'; maintained in ; MB m tk.rb1''Councilman ''Colel'lsid oa'the t Margaret a Tyler, hi. wife to satiary a
fever they .a\ commankaUonfhave
Jonatl cur Jast [
I .abreast of the battery a blank 'cartridge was andllonyeaterdsy.' elo on Monday, 'It& tUWI were unroofed or I.t C lle of the J/. Bk; .Oltd not been : useless taUeJ'\l;; ""*:C t J':\i v- JOduncilmaa .. } R riff fyriSt sad decree o f lbs-&t ft Court of DiIi"

I Mac her to,. bet a* ,disregarded thevarftto Tbe iju Id. others were th Job F. Niles Chides Hart- overthrown,,and, perhaps to .- county, in the-ease of Suneea Tyler ve.D'1
same of the ad.r ; Can Introduced the folio r
: tbe paper 84th) says: mllbe. say anything monT'on'the ..ubJheresn..fOD- wing BesuIsrd'ULermedan' fcr m this 15th dayof4*

!k; Ire iwe! then shotted, and comMMM .Tike number o Itt in Laurel Grove Eleventh and Prby Church,.OB the corner of 1FrdT ihe'lSth: fnst there- Were- tamed. ':T'J."-l;: timt! '. ];'1 "it'i lution,'.which was passed tp; "3 -.jt; _- -j5 f); i guit184.Atpuatsl,1854.. _

I I ( Ii.D0'Iwlng'e the femetery 1etT.11' yellow fever.- -was roof;. *-a l brc, edifice -YellowFever, and'during r'n ,The Editor of,.tho' Sews, instead of meeting.tit* oW.. .Tha' 110 titionfor; 4 hdudb.. ( _fIjj.EITuzJ _!-_- -'
dark Utb. aim of tbe cons could Catholic detie nn. (ailing'while and deaths assessed taxes be'.reeei ed
hereaft nnles
Do b Cemetery .01 bunde twenty-nine ::from the issues lC the I
C or which m..J the
t.wipauedpa was B, of which 9 were from yellow fee. Total 1 worshipping. Twenty same Amid this record gloom, gives wrsed.evs4ce BiTeIi same be acooapuaied by V? statement'under'. cU'
op trie. number interment yesterday person were.instantly crushed w. death, and pleasure o ind Harbor bil justice. to.FlorJdait' of the ; Booms.fcvor tWHbo eIUYrta
announce tbaC JR.. .
row ,
,:9Mbfl ereniof of Ifcmda/ daik Ike ferer '.o yellow Im or\ others were I,u B Esq., : taxableproperty!ewse4'!b"'the applicanV. the of owvaad'JMvytl' *
r. < seriously. wounded: of the Georgian, ha Florida-did the first er
because not to herself of '
recovered Ji dq Justice upon day
: : : .&scene WM \ "t '., ''-' -T 'Im & ( January ; owned *rWrfc>B bio i ttw*.'ftss Jlf
1 ., tt' ,r .., .. f ..: -" btg..1 \,r, : f and i.p; .t*h post. :-Nf', i'L'Eit.u.iar.Lto"CoD. *as'her 3L1ir ($=ft b\ : < lApplJ" < C
i "t "i !i s n rja- .r'j' [tQ'.ftoti it."'-;'l} ttY "t nnrt THUG :1'1")1).'p HO 'j.r)1 i-: all f -


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fir'j :ftJaJ-r'A BEACH I .J. jhi l -- -. ._ ..-. ,- -,--- .-..-.- -wsan- t-mwi .
from lf : -
( (.,tfIb;" atour It'EMutld7.1tIIN ( I -- r -- _
WIflfdttvrer ,
fall tour -
the of : a r'e U .
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1jnicran3iDg flll, lt_ 1M.' ; ._..t ..ll Cae' r. IW -
tt the dome of the new and .jentf Tsriety at:.STOVES, : ; : lleilI"

ttheon had LP Wholesale and.Rctail Sheet Iron, Tin Plate .. ;?Statiouei-y I "
,JOOD which rocent1y Wire and Tinners Btoekt'of all kinds For Each:Diseae
atrtJlt also
ted in the central: area WareJapanned Wafer Hardware and Xtoose FUN _, .

aisbing Goods genttallT .. : b aAnz sn.u. I
** IKlriier .
; ? of
hlhe enterprise At the Lowest If e w York prices B.8 AT the request or many t my a'
ThJI .r
repaired and improTed $ir.te,I.have coassaled te pse up .da.iJary
I cbobaLFI Any one ordertnff Rtores either for their-own aG.4 Block or '.J -nec efaeta p'sseftis.sM tile eI LYIt&DICUIU.e. -
'sed the house in othe jre- use or to sell ajin will d7weU to order from 111I oaa.d .. ..c--
I IDa refunn of the of aa we cen assure them weell as low priees M "1 OB&, sad.... sa .the 1MaT-
falling tope establishment of-Mrfic ftdemea sad. .IIIe '
The any ia the Vtuted btate. Our an day.pemealpee ._
I chimn caused sadhayoc; to sortment embraces evef forty a av tecI tatei b respectfiffly inrited. the): ur--II lbs rime ww haSas case all diasnono,sad....

saloon i itself ha with." which, will besent Wdeeixed. : ..aenase ran r phytes'sew tha 3p.flaamaI,
the seI
e and KEKSEDY a BEACH rrtt:7 ,

c 1t doSed in consequence. Afftni*.'?. Andrew'* Hail Sutaiutal. Georgi to the Profession at PbfladeJ- HOLLOWAY'S OIHTHEHT.CUseMarih .. .,. .I-H
been thee.nd September!1.18M.-3in. liberal credit to appnTwi -'
also exposed por FOR cnOtDA.
unroofing ",-
You have doss ma die baser IS with ccna Jggigr: .
andleakage see vee,
to general .
east TAYLOR I from see sad or tIIIIlJ_
to the sianp the
I 11 which occasioned Lumber & BOOKS. hanettr ofmyOtotanai with, aaUi.a.._4* DB. J. s. BOBB'S c.uumf.1'rJ'n.1r.1LJ.x,'
Coauaissioa -
rioS nerchaats, I la scarcer two,. star I Bad it 11_. mmot* TheMlawse I.. .lbs aisse ..hhi I.t -
i' damage to furnitnre.plastering I Philadelphia, toe sad already,U fean okiaiaM man eatabriu UamTHUMAd and aboIn4.sept 1.111.. Jb.a ,
p.asw Ibf
be3Ty and has led to a deser- Very respectfully solicit consignments of Window Shades, and say other Medicine lallft short w. Cholera sad.1 Bowel .It. toes,. ..'
kc. SOUTHERN Uph01sterfng and HOLLOWAT Dynu-.t.y ises ni >wda>fwhs ibis.. I
&perin &C.
I until repairs 38,Corner uf AM a**Naaaa its.,N.T. ned a.directed. rites IS- 1.
portions Liberal -
of these advances made. Refer to re1u

ton We are not pre- E. .. BROCK. PliOadeipbia, Retail ASTONISH CTTtE Of BORE LEGS, T I
effected. 177 OBJ8 .
I can be F.T. RICHARDSON. King st' after sine y aw atMMUn DR. 3, S. E1't ,.01f1 i

d to give an estimate of theupra "P21-tr '.. L. neCKliNe Darien S.: C. Copy of a fetter from W.. Lan toy.el RmbvOte CROUP SYRUP, _" 0 i
Yiatm Omar/,North Caralwa U.8.
but they must be swelled toconsiderable THE "BuJ'F1r1GTONHOUSE I 4 ltt4 NOVCBlbAI 11 tftjrj., I is a seter nOiMg HmUf for rouyho,ceUs sad Jung !
I ? roUt of PAPER ILAJfO] 4tMan. FriosAvosadfU \7
; I (k-ftEAU HIS OWN woaim-eo I
under firm of TUSXO .
) sum. THE capartnersbtp, the SHADES leo JM T.recluse llottoway: i '
a also blown off KNEY A C0is this day dissolved."he .- Continues the Alto Pill .tttttrt. r SIr-lt. ant w. to keeeoMSoutrim aeilher s..nPAIN 1 )
tin roofing was open during present summer prepared to receive Ltot my **, DR. J. .CURER
The settlement of its affair mutual II
I by till fetter wrUte
agree Damutt Zatnu rar Ua mn*ak*of wrtttac. sat
. i uire hare stated, from the large meat devolves on WILLIAM M. TUNKO to commodate transient and permanent Boarders.. iN, Sertau, F'BliJ I dreadful to say,tint rv Oiatmeat eared BM SC_of the BMM *U Will.,beet ewe ec*.*.*,.ckaor I.ihvaM IKDB. eII._.pusls.chS-...*.. } :.

I to and south of the.hotel whom all persons hiring demand or being indebted bkoi.terMq, MilIA.- I Wkteb catajeoaa-.I.II'rIuI&t nwa ta hair to, and .-.or..Ia Ute stomach as..tz5 .
I was .
tne next are referred. by aUwkoknew .s,I be .- h. .
; aU I*,oncAu. .S5c. UII ...,
bpvnkd tb rcarh / -
I wcnDied by Townsend, Crane Co., WILLIAM M. TDKXO. 'Florida Man. I aflUceed wUk* one ar lire* moss UctM.pati/al rarnHMTaaralwe sad tnwbto- .

I S E. B. toddard & Co. Both of R. Q.l'INCKNEY. Ja. llilW yT H. W. KINSMAN. I some sore le a that ever IoU m tb* M of na; and J. BOSK'S EXTRACT OP BUCHTT f i
Charleston, August 31. 1651. Sept il-U I after trying every seed rI.e I bad ever bated U,1 nHrned -
I had hand large -a. I in of all of Itnneof tile tout remedies eve. tot.iu-s.- I
these firms on very CARTER I despair hop nauf eared bat a.. he twH"e,.,.. .Price Mo. I
The Subscriber friend knxiprtal me acooal of large pots Qt your Uintentwluel
ftnctsofgf>od3 that had just been WHOLESALE DrD, &e. &e. I >eattKd tile aorea oa my lags la heal,and -
the basiness heretofore carried &
f tbe fall trade and both CONTINUES CHARLXS7Ot, MQNOFTHS I entirely regained my llealtJlco.,*f raeaMe mrpriw DR. j. s. BOSE'S KERTota un nmo-.
in for name of TU KO. 'ISCK NET
laid YELLO and deltftil and to rile atooisbnrant of my(a tend..
f suffered from the leak- .t CO. and tenders tu hU friends the miewal of ; MORTAR (Sifned) W.J.L.ANOLET. ORATIXG CORDIAL. t
tcordingly his .n-l."CWILLIAM M. TUXXO.SepUl HAT STORE .' a large Sloel of For heart di caea,alt nanoma auW MMHannK,, -

I t e-tlic former to a considerable ex- 18t. septI-4L ,Drngmttt furnitttrf, Pktalt, AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A RAT BREAST heartburn nation, nambaoa neuralgia rairatf
L also that other houses Ztye Sttjf. Ptrf'll11N'7I. when nearly at the point II Death. the spirits.sad giving power to the whole system it i*
I I tjnt. We Icarn For Sale. JIl-IB... Jm r :GB GZ4785. PI4Uy .Fe. de., which h. Copy of a letter from Mr.K. ftaraauN.Uileaas, No slauMtauncolousinlucffecls.. Price Me.

Havne street have suffered more SMALL FARM. situated on Little Fottsbnrg wwrM pric .. .Jfn'C oat. vemberWi. 181.; -
on A creek near the St. John's and four Druggists,are N J1IIdfllYMri- To PmTrrvn Holloway: DK.J. S. 1lOSrS DYSPEPTIC COJIPOCjnV
river -
and of Sat- -- -
I less;in the rain storm ",ki low Prieet Dear Sir,-It is with heartfelt raritnde I ban to Inform
brfore A
1 below for
or milt Jacksourillu. It contain 199 tf-luth sure cure .J".1IWr..pI. and indf-

1! ud y,wbich marked the clearing off I II acres and has upon it a dwelling containing two S&YA1NIAll CA I G'E "... -Good cartfully packed. rile life you of thai my by wi t the ta ute. been uf your caved.Ointment For seven and yean Pill, or ration Family,whe.Pills.taken Price in of CSUJUscIwa both,73e.DR. .with his Allemive,

0ftiegale.ercraI rooms, with a kitchen and out-houses.>3 head of bJ.y she had a bad bread with ten ranaiac woaitdi, (not o .
I cattle 100! hogs aud some other stock yoke of w 1I VIHLDE3f, a cancerous a.lare&old that nouunf mold
:' large houses on East Bay oxen, nth t curls and 3 horses,arc also offered fur I The Subscriber takes this method to inform Oils Glass and Ship save her;she was then ludiirml to uy your Ointment J..B. ROSE'S GOLDE5T PILLS, -
sale. JACOB and PHI, when in the hort pare of three month, For falling of the womb,female wuaknna. iiif,
also suffered by the loss or injury of August ::1. 1"044t.Jacksonville: .SCMMERLIX Proprietor. THE IJI-H.t ...VTS or FL Chandlery YOPPOSITE, PIASTERS' they effected a perfect, to aatnnuhment of all and relaxation Foes SOc. ,
the who karw n. We obtained your Meiltcine from -
roofr. and consequent exposure He carries "BASK. UIARLESTON. Menr V> snit CQ of Chartra New Orinui
Female on nebt *U, BOSS'S
f violent rains which I for tale general ateorltneniqf I lend this from"Hotel des Pnne,"Part, iltbouth ,
M the accompaI MISS P. SWART will resume the charge of THE CARRIAGE BUSINESSIn of all kinds; Window Glauaand I hid written It at loin Orlean,before we flnal'y: left A n-fltedv for painful neaMnulMS), lueonbca. at. I
I the storm. Ici Cohen & I Ii Institution on the 11th of September, ; at that time,sot knowing your adore at Nrw \ork.Sifned whiles PriceI. --
f Turpentine'Vamphenr Spirit _
at In wood Cottage the residence all its various Branches ( ) Iil.'RANT. i
McKcnzie I ,opposite of Mr. '
A. to (
;i Colm E. Pringlc, Swart on Forsyth street. lg ChainPvmpt The Pin ihnnld be nsed conjointly with Ui. Ointment DR. J. S. ROSE'S ANTI-BILIOUS OR BAIL0
And solicits a ehareof their ]jiatronnge. He manufactures and keeps on bond constantly fixture. Glue Packing lam c
in .
most of Uie following ca c*:-
Co. Chafec St. Amand
f (fa3oTr & Terms per quarter, of eleven weeks: from $1 to nil descriptions and he invites persona from Florida to call and examine his stock when they _kind*. dS-y Bad Leg, Corn (oft) Rheumatism ROAD PILLS, .

froft, all suffered,but not we believe, e'i.; Instruction in draw ing, &. extra. vannnh. Bad Bruati Cancel. trald) These Pills arr not wamatrd M enrc.vevy-1

August 31, 1854-Sm, All kinds of work made to order, such as Plantation Wagons, Prays, Carts, and & ELLERHORST, BurnCoseracted Md Sore nipple, or dtea Incident to man,but they an a grand Teedy ,:
t t\;\any serious amount ; while Messrs. -- Age, and of the very best material lie flatters himself! that the practical 1 experience of .: I Bunion*, Buff lOIn.In"throat. for. Mlioai Mate nf the *nv>m and ,oai.a r.- (.
YOUNG LADY'S SEMINARY. I Bile ofmmqaltEiephanUaiU, SkIM dlMSMs, Without cnpinK,they are aa active p.rtatt svetaaa _,
; Crews & Brawley sustained rears which he will secure to him a liberal share of Florida
Johnston, possesses patronage. and Dealers in I IL landflin, Fistula, Prnrrr, and Wrtryiai the liver.sumuirh and.1Iu.O
1 THE MiSSES KERWICK, FROM SAVANNAH, Orders promptly attended to, and repairing done in the best style and at a)Urineprice.. I Coco-bay. Goat Sore bead. the system tree from _Iftllno. \1\'hett. wnh) .
heavy damages. n :.,' nifi.rm the citizens dlly "Live and -Let Li\"e./ Oats, Peas, and Bran: I Sold at the entablwhnvntt of Professor Hollowly Dr.Roue's Tonic Mumra.will cure the most swbbwnamuf 1

snnvnlle and Its vicinity, that they intend .ORTO ). OP.ST4 TEST.. I HBirand. nearTemple Londoll..Dd by all vender Bilious Fever or Fever. and Atie. Price 12 1-11
MARINE LIST-PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. ipcninjj a School on the 1st s'epu-niber. ftir the in- G. W. HARD TO-'V S. C. I or medicines throughout the United StateS, in nd S3 cts.

_ _ stnictuni of Young Ladies in all the branches of Itftfor Grill ictU promptly I boxe,ht 37 1-2 cent,87 cent,and$1:_ .
ENTERED. education. --- I Wholesale, by the principal Vtux houses of the I
an Englihh '
I Union,and hy ,[... A.B.a P. Sand, New Vork.Note. : THE 6BEAT BLOOD UftlFIEiJ, .'
; ffH.18. flnf. It.Aa. Wp.Bnctnn. Terms, from (4 to f 8 per quarter. Ornamental I. W. MOBKELL, & CO. WM. ELLEBHOEST. .-Tliere i* a cold derabl.saving bj taking ue I Tho best mdt .
Edward"'I dnq. New Tnrk. rauches extra. I larger uz *. I Is fir. J. ". Bnse's Pampartlla Comnnwxi. Then tfno

u 4t J.tiutli nl.,. I'erkin.Ho ton.Pthr. J57"Young ladies from the country (pnpils) eon I N. _R.._.riirelinnB.. roy tfi.vtiMatu0 nf nnlUfit.iM .._ I prepcntlon flit parifylnf the Mood sail etrmiwHn- the
k 4' ..KH 11."_. I'onKia. nccomniudated wit), board at the house fonnerj PIANO AND FURNITURE and nplradid Hotel I ry.u dinorder are.uH.. ----.n-.r-I kin of all eivaliMs,and tiring stteaftb in the eoavstuwion :
a lnroni. Itrlrher finctnn. like the above .. "
; r. I Mr. For sale in J. Sarsapanlla C a*
occupied by Crespo. Sept 7 by
I I 11 Bnj DUn...U.New York. MILLS HOUSE i made by Or __." -PrieP 5Oe.and$1. --
a l>r. \.K4wr4...fUrtick._Yortt. KMETS' BUILDINGS, BKOUGHTON STREET, and AH of tile shove preparations with Dr.ROM'S M4-
the Corner
I 4. M w Ge.Ilcr.ey, Fnlinni, Froviilence. Tax! Tax Tan. Meeting Queen LVEfiDS9IA1HTY cal AdVk i lo patsons Mvkawts.sad ia health,to be .j
I CLEARED. AND LAST NOTICE. .13IL. raT. .::"! .. Street*, b.dof .

; HOI Cn| '.kndcer KfW York. I SHALL attend at Middleburg (mack rreek) (5&3 a style' not tn exceeded out Q of a.tn4 Jaundice Chronic or Nervous Debility T. McMILLAX, Jacksonville.Daniel .
: J8. .* rtiinibnnxn: nmh, K-vina. on Monday,the Ifcth day of tv-ptcmber, at the I. W. MORRELL. N. F. continue the H.A., "";Samuel PaleMoa,Moaticeltoi _
I. Brhr. 1ft.('.rmll.luinlmr, Ihk-lna. tore nf John C. Richard ; at OUT Hill at the open far -.recep Disease of the Kidneys, A. B. Wibn, Kewpon; W.Ubei .-Pa> -.
.. IKBnj, W* :.rl}., Hutnan,Kooihbay. store of D. tl Prewcott on Tuesday, tbe 1Mb day of and the TrareUintr PuM.T. and all Diseases laths; E. R.Alfcenu Woodwork Mills and at lieaU
u a l...". Itr edon, BOt"fl. September; at Thomatville, at the house of James S. laCKERSON, arising from a ers generally tbrmtthmit the ftole. d2b

: 19. .".c.. hlla,Lord, Bookbay.5ou.CTrAT'A Thomas on Wedneadav. SOth day of Scptem- Iiousc-flirnishing Establishment. : .Propr. disordered Liver or Stomach:
-- -" ocr; at llcndncki. Mill, at the store of Me *rs.llendricVs & FLEMING, Pbch as Comupauun, Inward Pilrt, Fullness ol Philadelphia .
PILL*.-Extraordinnrr Cure of J'al- A (lies, on Friday, the &d day of September Furniture by Wholesale and of Steam-refined Rlood to the He-id. ".hlityor tM Jtomacb,Nanma.ll.trlburn ,ran>ago ty 1>r. KI IIItELINr "
Minor; nf tiif Heart.-Protp r lI llo\. of 80 ; at BroWMrd's Neck:at the house ot ik>\. rifevft ft'Food, Fnllnen or tVnghtmthe rornsT,'of Third... Union sticets,beiwaes 9prac and

I: kudrn Lane. New York, Iwd the pleasure of re- John Broward on Monday, the 2.:th of September ''T"TJE Subscriber desires to call the further attention of the Florida public to his well .* ./V D 1 g he Ptomacb pit ol tlw Sour Stomach Emcutioat$awimmmc, Siaktng(or the Flnttrrmc Head, llar-at Pine, kilaitetpbsaPa.INVALIDS

renng from Mr. John HArr. cof Hutc-ntreot, ; nt )Mandarin at the store of Z. T. Ilngaim, onTuvuday JL lishment fur the sale of Rock tied and Difficult llrcathiac, Flutienn or ibo Heart Are apprised that Dr. kUftKEUN eoafines bjspneV
1 ..!, a letter dated Mirch 17th. 1RS4, which i isnbioined the Sfith of September; at the Court Lozenges, Candy, Choking orbuffiralincMnsanon in .Iyla .. ice in a particular branch of Medicine,
1 verbatim:-" Dear UOl"tur.Yuur Pill katie in JscVRonvillo,two days to wit: on Thursday Furniture and lTouc-furnishing materials of every escription.nousekl't'JlC'll tc. &C lure,Plninew of vioinn,Von or M abs bePire lh.Might, his undivided aurnUoo. Ue eann os the .ar_."
f entirely c<%.d; a few jcnr< n gu I ua*under the the 2"ttt. and .'ridathc 26th days of September and merchants can supply themselves with every article for general use or CHARLESTON. Fever and dull Pain ia time Head,rvfirwitey of Penpi- aivut the abuse 0" afJ'. Thnntaads are aastulty.ermrinlued

mtment'of Dr.-,'of tins it'I sufferedirtlijwlpiUtHtn ; at Mayport: Mill, ft John's bar. at the ing- a Good Store stock. Every thing in the"line of business mentioned kept on hand, raiion.yellowne the Skin and Lyre, PaiD in tne oat of. liie. Kecent. aflectiona art

t of the heart to su great an eitont I'.w-t (flee, mi Tuesday the 3d day of October; Hall, Bedroom and kitchen }Furniture and ule. will be made on as good terms as Leinan Zyritp tonttantly on nand. .ide. back Bannnc in toe ulesh of evil
connaal ,
f ut r wa .1.lenth.j 4>Mi ed to abstain from anr. and all whim do not pay their taxes by that time ffeectcd at the North.mr24je22f deiiremOD imapaion YEARS OF PRACTICE .,

J cod of exerciKT. tueuui or bodily, for nrpoksifrtlier. will be returned as defaulters as I aui compelled I. W. MORRELL & CO. O WEBB & (0., peat (-ABE; EFFBrrrrAr.T.v innten BT In the treatromt ifs rtavs of dbeases" -.!..
A short time wnco.. I was wi*..l with by Jaw to close uir books. i ed and imperfectly aaderstood,has enabled Dr. KIKKEL.1N -
Old established stand Savannah China Glassand Earthenware DE.HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED ,(author of a Wock oa Self ptesetv sunn) Iprove _:
tuleut icknMW and up:ftmpof MIMM; Iof, cmiroe, JOHN D. McKIXLAY, I ,
that nine-tenths of lira of
I tat trt nir old friend, but finding him out. I went Tax Assessor aud Collector for Duval Co.. Fla. 1 I GERMAN BITTERS, local and eonstHmMmal_.ltaewj mental BKrronx amid physfeatufienng debffirr, .

su the store*of Redding A- Co., of this city, fur : 7 I)iirmg my absence from this place Iti beet STREET CHARLESTON.: Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson ,are traceaWe to ten a' habitt, fcratiat U i .
...papcr. and accidentally Raw several "boxenr' (CUnora sill act as my Agents in Receiving Carpet & Floorcloth T. C. Rice flAIZL'T .5. most secret yet deadly and SUi spVlBfi of duMKSt-4
your Pills there; I purchased one took a f.-, Taxes._Sept 7R W.L. will, WM.M. &A6B. No. 120, Arch street, Philadelphia. misery and premature aionality. .

i ..Hi'Mid, the rwult wnn rrrr fin-Arable; br per. Jfertnantvith Gfodi.tte4r TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
with them I ani entirely cured and bare ..w REWARD. ** WAREHOUSE manufacturer! and Dealer Jiataa, titycan bvyinJeio York T"rp'owes file abc,. Diseases b not excelled There. I. .. evil habit sometuDM iartuled in litbcIye.l.

t't'.a you far now ciijijiii" ooj health. ANA WAY from the subscriber on the llth Every variety of D3- ifrqualletf. by any Other nrrparauoii in rite Unite! ,and solitude which often that trowiaf reformed ap u with d.uaw them,not lo manhood oat,-
I Sd r.1 Ji-.fJ. H. tt.In. Is the f'tIreCI attest, ui many c- alter ikilfulphvilelana
J. IJu&IL": June I: s'. lfn negro man "Mooscr. He is bad railed. betels senoas usuries, to mainaxmuil bspptnem.katfives

about m>.t ears of age, and has a lump on his fore- and Fine : ; Valker & Buriuide, Then Mile. ate worthy the attention of Invalid rise to a series of protracted, lOMdKxu,aad da -.

i uriin: llouse IVeivuausvillc head about half the size of a pigron egg brwluchi Curtains Curtain Goods &c. kc. &c.SO. Commission' erehts. Pnnrtint great virtue in the reclrtfeatma of l>>eafe* vstaffnfafl'ectIOna. Pew of those who give way UrthM
; Kiln-dried aud warranted to resist .:' }:S. C. practice are annie
can be readily identifi od. A reward of 825 la I ; of the Liver and lesser GtanJ, Esrtefotnf the most penucions oftheconarqaeiwe.,
i Florida. offered for his apprehension and delivery either to 140 CONGRESS & 57 ST.JULIAN Sr*. hot, damp atmosphere- of a Southern short staple Cotton or any other aearchine powers in"ealll\f'Sa sOt affection oftho li.. and they dad the wrvous .y_ sbaliet. feel

; .It V. HALI.IDAY would respectfully time Kubacriber to the jailor JacksouviUfl. An i TERMS CASH-PRICES supplies for those who send us (.etave.. organs, they are,withal,tale, ecrum and plea simian therorad.Tbe and. naeeoaaubte feelings, sad vane lean la- .

J hifirm; her frie ,d. and the tnrelinjjenmnnity cdditional reward of (25 will be given for proof Subscriber would respectfully inform the COB.VCB Or .1t00I; roC ACD 1I'1ItTT.I. CO nnREAD AND BE CONVINCED. anfiirtnnate thus aflrrted become*feeble,
that made omifurtableni sxinviction of his been harbored bv ; THE the ,of Abbertlle. S.C. t labor with aceasiomed vigor,or t
havinp having any tliat he has now opened moat complete Testimony from Alabama ia favor of l>r.Hoofland1 >sapplyhwauadvstady. >
witab'le trranpemcnts the it now prepared to white perwn. JOHN L'EXGLE. I assortment of all tbe various styles of Goods Savannah. ,Hamburg,S. C. celebrated German Bitlrn prepared by Pr. C. M. His step to tardy and weak,he h .1, run- ,

momandatc those who mar visit tht place for Jacksonville Florida Sept 1, usually kept in similar establishments. The Stuck 0. Deroll and R. O. Lewis Fa- .: Jacluon, Philadelphia. The greateM known remedy I .lute,ana. engages in bw. port with ness enerjy than .M
: ImUh Her Uble will be of PRICES. n8-y I for Liver Complaint: Dyipepria, Jaundice, Nervous
or "' supplied of the different departments will consist in part If He haweir beCwo
: I Common assorted Diwe of the ,kc.tie.nickon snaaeipaui the pmetieo has
; 25 Ita. I Debility kidney"
: with the beat that can be afforded. liy attention Choice Hams. Cadby or
the following prods, TIE fXO. BCDSOX k.Green Alexandria Ala.,September 30, I Iisec. done!IK worst,and eater matrimony, his _map toufraiifal .
[ (mentally to the comfort of Doardjraiiuc, trusts UST receiJ't' .t tamer from New York CARPET DEPARTMENT.Royal upwards w. B. rixinso., raid: "We have taken pain lo introduce your I ,and his sense tells him thai this seaasud by .0-
to writ a portion nf patronage.September J and for sale at Captain BlnnchariT*" Cheap Velvet Tapestry Brussels, focct- rus- i I Common assorted Candies; by 250 Ibs.or HUDSON & CO. I German Bitten,and we cad U to be a very valuable his early follies.
upwards These are considerations which sboald awaken the
21.1SU.Urddr'ft Velvet and Brussels fur medicin."
: isels Brussels Tapestry
_ _ $t..lre. July 27. Fruit Comtniiw'n Mercn atfenuun of those sitwued.. .
I fctairs three-ply, superfine, Cue, and common In- Drops,Sugar Plums, &c. by 2:Ibs. C.A.Robiiuon. Bellefonte, Ala.January 30, 1831, simlbuly
r Point For Sale. ; and h.illAc II 200 Wharf. Charleston S.C. aid: "Yo,, medicine* mu.t eveNtually nave a largo I MARRIAGE I
Venitian for btatrs.
Butter. ,
Prime Orange County grain; plain I' ".1IIirellW ralfilaient of several condition i *, ta ortrr
French Candies 25 Ibs ale; all those who oed it in the fall liked it very
I ATC if the btautifu 1 and without doubt and Hi-in width of every by : FILMING I that .
mnt weekly from New York steair. ; DrngRets, 6-1. 12-i & CO ranch. The people nave been much deceived here by I it nay be teallyjhe came al nataal happia<
bealtbnst the river immeouldvmi RECEIVED per of Hearth Rugs, Parlor and assorted I Coold the veil which covers UM enema of dosswuowreiehedneM
place on ; being variety patterns; Ac. triflIng patent nostrum,and that affects the Ale of
it, and prrfc-rtly opva to the sea breeze; sale by WM. BLA. CllARD. S"t<><>p Mats; Table and J'inno Corers; silver and : :Sugar. Toys American, br, 14 lbs. > your valuable IJiUen, and will, saW it become I be nuad and its mo sosn to svety iastaaee -
kwuir.a river fruut of more than two niilos. July 27,111.4.Farmers. brass oval and Octagon Stair Rods; Stair Linen I IAc. French, S II : street Savannah Oa. known." disclosed, in bow.many could it ba tracssl asp87s1cl -
Lemon Syrup from 1 to 20 galls. ( : FARNUM C.fowler Taxkegee Ala, January 1, 1WI, said: I qnaJlncations aad their attendant disappointments
hnune and bone .
r-I.tWtHin kitchen ,
i gin then while It Is
cc will Apply, yet rime,Insider
ornp'd "The Bitter well,and 1 think they continue -
sI i bnuAI' & Planters. OIL CLOTHS 1. and Provision are Mlbng .
npw have
I g'ai corn houSe stable negro ,Liquor aauibction lime who to yen vastrsjac and relaxed orjaaiutiaoi r.*
I all vdl kilt and in giiod order; l"0 cres of Ham- Of every width, from one to eight yards fur hall, E'No steamboat.;; charge for boxing or delivery I Dealer, bars need 10, a them.*they"give good to braced,revivified and strengthened.BEX ,.,'

;i lid land iiow cleared and well fenced; about Attention dining rooms steambootn saloons Ac.; Rosewood I or It A Y. CHARLESTON Dr. H. P.t.eon.rd. Fayrtt*Court Hnoe, AU-Jafl., I EMBER, "
11 txnvf Uunnxick yet uncleared from which mahogany and small figured furniture (Oil-Cloths 1 nand a well selected Stock Of Ii-- JO,IIISIo.aid: .y oar-Billen ban done wooden talhleeuoo. Re who places himself under Dr.Kiakelin'f treoOwaf ;

i M feait.."*'curds of oak wood could be cut, not Owners of poor and worn-out Lands, .-,604, and 6-4 "ide; figured India-rubber Cloth Fifth Annual Fair of the U, which Tu r>ffer for tale low Ay uiha son ot G.M. .. Eq, stay and rely rettftonry tile eonJUe aasamee in hIs dial honor the accrels as a gentleman of Dr.K.. I

t "' oq.*rUTof amiletohaul; 150 or SOO acres u. C LEINAU'S Cur lina Institute. (buntry carefully and promptly I II of Ibi county,had bee.for several tDOIIlbl aDder tile patmito win npoa never be disclosed.
of bet without relief aad the
..oItI air I I care our pfacbtumen, ,
I'iae A few borws cattle Yonnf ssan-tat no talse moloaty defer y. Irani
i "4 ftne ,would be w ld with the place if desired American Fertilizer. Silk and worsted damask DeLaine; worsted and THE FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR of or acceptance. .p7-y scarcely cue reported able to doubtful pct, and commenced Ute yount BMO.wuh altlMMgh the Bitter making you ease known toonawhav fume ulsji-slum

f i r>4 strong :'. 44 by 14 feet, will be sold linen damask De Lame figured and plain Damask Institnte, forthe II. I *. H* found *o much relief from the Brat bottle and respeetabihty certainly bsfiieasl yoav .
t *** rwMlMJUt the 1'1.1'. AarmtraforoftaiMlit no equal. Rita variety of colors white and buff fur bhades. I Mechanical: Ingenuity Industry,will BEACH he continued M.lie. until a complete cure was effect- Too _,thiak they will conceal the secret in their

I for twrUeolara enquire of C. Drew or of tbe len jctenirely vtedfar the pant three yfart inPemuylninia WINDOW SHADES. the new Hull now being erected on ) Wholesale TRUMIXGS Dealer FLOW in I ed. He i*now perfectly well and Monk" own thai a hearts fatal delusion and etus,and Umoselvas.bow many Ahw cpranrtsmfyoaM, how oftoa to' ,

.tden' iard. CHAS. J.-MACSEILL.. ,in Xwt Ae Jrrtey Uand, Dtlmrnrr BERMUDA Maryland andRARBADOESJorOte Transparent landscapes medallion garland, and |, in tho thehfTEEATI/AO city of Cbarlt'tonr commencing rEXBElf ,AND GERMAYFANCY H.MORE W. Chaaey TESTIMONY,MiOenbarg FRUtt,Kenraeky THE,BOOTH.Oetobex 15, man,who mlbt haw been onoment to society, r i
riryn4aand of day, has faded Iron Ae earth tBtrienrreaof
white and gold, entirely new style Curd Loops ; aid "Having sold Bitten some time i "
GOODS, GLOFES 1853 : yoar r-l
i Valuable Growing of1eat.\ Corn exhibition until nth day of the aretaa are rapidlynaaovcd byth I
Sea Island Cotton and Corn Tassels; together with all the various trimmings open Alto- flndilBaagivenaatiiiartioain every instaoea that ha*
Putaioft, T"hatn, Cotton,and tie A/jw ( ". for curtains and shades. Suitable premiums will be given to come andet my nonce." applicaltonof II MW Itierapeseical.. only by .. /
:: Land for Sale, CAN BE HAD AT HALF THE PRICE OF GILT COn cimens in Art )Mechanism and other Watches and Jewelry, Nefeuo fc Edward, Salvhta Kentucky Jane 9,1851. Dr.K. Weaknesa"eo-'DeWhJ". |

pOUR mile* abore the Bar of St. John's river GUANO,it more&utm?.and vUl not liars the teed.OstT Bands Loops and Pins, of the greatest variety ; Industry; also of Cotton. Rice Sugar HA.TSB BT, CHABLB8TOK. aid: "We rejoice to inform yon that thi*justly cete- ry eared,aad-fan Vlfot reaTbrcsVCOUNTUt

,. immediately loeated on the river. The tract |25 A TOV or 2,240 LB*. and patterns, of the latest importation; all of which ;, Corn Wheat Rye,Oats, Potatoes and CLOTHING DEPOT bratrd Medici baa fully maintained the exalted reputation INVALIDS
which ba been given it, and having tested I. tacit
abmc,, aeren hnndred% and tin, acres, five hnnnr Al*>Fr-l"tJ.iMr.flll' Fruit Tree and Grape Vine*-. will be sold at wholesale or retail on the most liberal .' cultural The whom. the Institute ST. CHARLESTON & C.. virtue,we nnbaiuttingly lay it deervm it." Can with all bars their(Vy siuiBtnms stating par teon.saciasia casa expUcitfy*a tOfttbsr renMf ,

: dv,4.r j it nearly *, first rate hammock land. A fre remedy/ tl.4 Peack Worm and tie dr- terms.. Ladies J.T. and J. W. Barry, Uaioutown Ky., July 91, tenet)Dr.K.>m medicine appropoatod aerorIII! r
:: a.4 n. original state, with the exception of Of He Propriftor, WM. n. GUIOS, Agent, much indebted,are respectfully informed of Ready-made Cto&ina 1852,said: "We have heard clammy care performedby Forwarded to any part of the tinted 11_.. r- {
.>wt"Stity acne cleared and well adapted fur a caZioG A. LELNAU. d29tf 140: Congress and 57 St. Julian ats.Jewelry I ble premiums will be provided by the Good, whaletale and retail. All the ue of Dr.tioonand* German Bitten, sad ba- packed secare from DAMAGE CUUO8ITT. .
the and warded to the best specimen in of repretented. lien it lo be a valuable Medicine.*;
"T _
,iUin en.uing .ea Steamers necessarily No.19 South Front street Hiiladelphia City, ment of Ladies'work. Prop'r. L. L.IE FT SlIp'l. I J.Grant Irvine Ky., June 96, 185% raid. "We READ 1-Youth and Manhood:

fifty yarda of the place in aacendiiip State of Pennsylvania.FSTDeliTcred The following special premiums are I have aneeeeded ia introduciag your Hooflaad's Bit A VIGOROUS LIFE OR A PREHATUfcB S
nrer. OB the pretniaes there u a very nupen- Wharf in Jewelry! For the largest quantity of COCOONS ,. Phytieian and other pucbaie them by the
free of at ,
Ithree-atary ID&uioa house with a basement of Postage any less than ten bushels HIDE & GLARE:, half doxen and dozen." .DEATH._ ,
not -
'-. location Health Water and all other the city. one plantation, I nr.r. Faun anj Bro., Knoxville ,"., April, 5KTNKELTPI0NSL7 -
Pitcher or$50. For the largest and Wholesale Dea- PZESERVATTN-oaiySet.
lateral adnuiujren exit to be Title IBM, aaid. "Yonr bitten are now wiling
:'tIJ. farms aeeommodatinp.rarpaaaed.Apply.toTunHrinekner O. A.LBW\C-Dear Sin I ailed your American At Savannali. SILK,the produce of any one wareCntleryGuns&c. I and every pe.dI.t ban ned it,as far a*1futj It fat a vices enlnenlly or the afsia repaired which, sea w.swans Ii.AWe.NATC'&E'S of rsformuii -
Peruvian than ten ponndSilver Piteher,or foO been able lo lean."been flefiued."
Fcrtiluer and Crand it equal to the best I
4 Oo A.: Bra-
,Charleston & C.
Tone Bitten they Invigorate
ISLAND are antuely vegetable
"". bata Guano. I used it side by side. My farmers were am in constant and regular receipt best improved SEA COTTON i,
; Capt. Uoxctter steamer Carolm. { NOTICE.-I u tJie Charlatan Hotel, and itrengtben the aytlem, never pnMirate II.aDd can
chemical but beautiful varieties some new principle, superior to those Rules of
nr-Jewelry. With
"tbe owner,OD the & much opposed to the use of manures S. C. n3.y be used for infant a*well a*adult the.Prolongatitnl
BL nOrKI 3.vmr.n. I will ue it again this season. Please send me Z}{ consisting in part of Diamond Kings Pins, Earnngs ', ral)use, or for any real or important For sale by respectable dealer every where aad by Lifejust from' the Press. .
I tons to Smvrua, Delaware. Crosses and Btnds; fine enamelled Modal- j thereon- Gold MedaL For the best DULL Ac CO. MCMILLAN I
I Silver For the best MARSH I p.\letter with a ,leauttaaje ft 35 centa or the vahw inf
and Collar-1 Cup.
fit ALEXASDI PATUSON. Sleeve Buttons Ear-rings Nubs -a CpSltmCl
lions ,
BlulT .
F. F,September t,1854.Jicksonvaie STALLION-aSilver For the Jacksonville Fla. post stamps.addnaMd to-DR. KINEJCUNi PhiladaUbbia
of Buttons and Stnds, imported Carbuncle do. do.; Cap. STREET I : of ciiber ,.
fI eIr; Southern Oeala will Hear what )'Plainly Jt Neilds, Wilmington Silver ra, wUlsecnra copy ofiha she
I" ; ; l Delaware sar. fine l k't gold Mountings, Clisnns. I II TACKEY GELDING Cup Charleston. books .y ret1ff1l ol'siafl:ar twelve copies win Want
atflrt ,and lend bills to thin oai e.) We have received intelligence from Farmer who have the beat assortment of good articles now I I pair MARSH TACKEYS for draft Hotel' RICE'S Wild Cherry free of pgsnipt for 1". BookseHets,Canvassers,Tra.
apt" For the nest specimen lt 01' SU cII..A.I_hJlfM'"I __"
Rich box (
eastmnera. y'D.
have used LeinatTs Amencan Fertilizer both ia on hand ever shown to pearl I nip. n- T. XENARD. .
which Qt'.1arJe proH.AU
1 leas than
SEED OIL.not one gallon- *
:Urooches of the finest kind for family -
Chester County and in Lancaster County, and to and dsaa very Lemus man be,-_ -"
: FOR SALXL Fertilizer bairwork or Daguerreotypea, having inwnr city For the best CASHMERE R.H-* 8i1 .. E. ADGER COUGH CANDY.ACUEEABLE .
Leinan's American
4 TlUrr OF LAND lying in the eouuty off whom we have sold to the best Guano.HearwhatMn the best-nrtistn; hi both branches of the United For the best--CASHMERFEWE Hardware, Cutlery, GOB, to the taste, and war- T. MCMILLAN,

*. Ahchua, oa the west side .of Sewaan's that it was equal States."Lava Ear-rings of the moat exquisite workmanship For the beat threeHquarter blood' &e., V- lbs direetiom.whirhare I je23y Apothecary Hall.

Mttabnotoae mile from Psvne's Prairie,and Warner says: different patterns and sues. I have seta -4 Saver Cup For the best RAM-* near ike Pod Office, Charlttton, ranted,If used all arcording earof Couch and CoM*.which
f 1.tlDila from Micanopy. .Yh tract contains I ban seen a most beautiful field ef Wheat, in in morocco cases of Xar-nngr Brooch and Bracelet For the best BOAR-*Silver Cup. For on band a full and complete as are.imple.within to care the reach of .n.ylne.hri. beolde afford- I

I .l ot*,about 100 acres under cultivation and the neighborhood of the Rising Sun Hotel bund on the Ear-rings and Brooch and single Brooches imported tion of a suitable Machine for pulverizing I and Plantation Tools. a3-j lUll relief in raw of Cnwp, Asthma, Catarrh and I For S.ULE.

us*Mrt neariv prepared for planting. Old York Road and upon enquiry. U had. of finest quality of gold and.unique patterns. per_Gold Medal. 'orthe best STEAK OT. TI1NNO. Bro.chtIisfld being one ef UM most ueful medieinea I valuable and desirable
** **JO acres of the tract is pod hammock. bees rained by the use of Leman's Americaa Fertilizer. My assortment of Ear-rings and Brooches -a Gold Medal. o'orthe beat Model of i in the early II."uI eonumpnoiu THAT prop-'
CtomnniMion Mercbt I this article before Ibe public the Mata .f Ualvn B a4._
made mind to purchase a ENGINE Gold ) Mr. Rice in placing ,WloafiBf to
rv ptatest portion of the balance is excellent -up my U larger than usual having bad all the new patterns I inDavalCMuMvrMndaeontaimaic ,, ,
Florida Produce) claim*to bare diMOVend or Ingeniously compounded eeuNlJlU.ted.' ?
Southern Grasses '
:: Ked with hickory growth. This land load of your brought out. best ESSAY .& WHARf CHARLESTON medicine hitherto unknown,or known only* epa-I Uuny.euhl scare.awn si taa, 1& mil**)
D. -* to raise earn;cotton and cane and Hear what David Field,' Esqof. Camden eo, Gold sad sirrer"Watches for.;ladies and gentlemen. Silver Pitcher. For the beat Specimen of rate remedies or in sck emnbiiiaiion a* prevented (nai Jackoaille. laiiveveurnu*, ewe ewelluif

desirable plantation to any person having Jfew. Jersey says; I have the best stock and greatest variety SCULPTURE*Silver Pitcher. ;_ i the pill f I fare to bring it into eauivattj*;-The I used Ixansn's JUnencan ertibzrrupon my. ever before exhibited(Crystal Palace not excepted) The Director of the Institute take Dlller & Co. i that bin Cong(*.dy ha the approval of UM"en- I More,wharf end.areral wethuildjuf.a mid eels,*.-
4i healthy the year round,aod the drinking Wheat Fields, and they exceeded_any Wheat Field, I can with confidence invite orders from Floriia ;in stating to the public,that by the Goods tin Medical Faculty,or baa bwn KrtMumendrd by themntrnlichmed water,and a See beater._ or _.seange freac.Abceaiioih't .
Jobbers "
1 I 'e.Silt. assured I alld to this Institute of Dry phjriem; hut he would merely ; lot af la.,.au4 ia tile mamediase-
ill eipb as.I feel stock must State city ,they
end elsewhere my '
Out having himmlfnn oml "*_1,( bronehul of lh akove Ole _. .
F tIlizer.hess' SATIUST late, ram vicinity VampkcttImprovmt
the OP.
f aJT1* are some eomfortsble dwelling houses, Farmers or Newierie7 ue please alt Orders can "be sent by mail,sad pack course of erection to be completed by STREET -'- affection, aeeompaaMd by eoufhing and night I. eontaIsliig alibi .,' s'sid lilt basboan .
T >)*mss sad stables wtS.ThOmPtm'Eeqr,of Chester eo..uyLI articUs returned fa apoa'ee 'I' ; ana or "". applied I*one tile Faruhy, whose !. and cultivated, sad -baa.a grave sI;-*
: ri1 he MId tow foe u.b.To' &flY hue-ueed Leinau s AJMI'1C&D.FeniliRr upon au oflieer foaeoftheste. Fair, a.large, commodious and y.- enpuo*)afforded verb *peedy inter and resulted in I. sweet. orange u.upon It,and other fruitim -,
GI' wformaUon write to Mr. J. D. 1D y Wheat Crop and the Wheat is far superior tc t r. G. 11. GR'FE1f. capable holding in. its main Hall a. & CO seek parfett care, thai he w.* mclinnf to obuin nkviwledga I Abo a let,of nad on Ike sa.ismds of ib. resd nudnit
Jacksoevul to at JOemn- I I'P1.L' otheFField.wbere I_ gipenSoepbatiand t Successor to. the late M.Eastman and also in connection with it a very of the Ingrrdwni ad of the manner IIII to Julintnn Crk.half a miw dfetaul ham Ma"***, _' I
: ; F. or ne, my Barnyard._ ..iI.., .. rtl' jalt JonelBM." Savannah,Georgia.Savannali and spacious I.ohineRoom which will la Boott and Sbaei which they might be properly compounded with*u.u. contamtns r-?34N am; bmns to*.TIo.1s IS***)(_) 1 r
------ CHARLESTON. them ennventont and hal mace has ..
i Institute to furnish sufficient for ra&ST to t pabitaM 13,range 96 B. ft. E.A portion of thtolaaa -
Neir jersey.
JOHJT K. 8ATJ5DCBS. ; TJrru TrrrsowmL power toot r. rowau VKU.COK.T mbicb bo ha had the Miwfaritnn of adminnternig It cleared and vnder eutuvailna. and-impnv awsnf '! '!
_?'.lSSe. 11 Queues A. ni -'Sir: 1 hive used.yoflV : City Hotel of machinery that may be offered for -. .- -- aaecefully In many canbe ti American Fertilizer wpon a very large tercI of 'I Every attention will be paul to all this candy i* '. .among Wild Ckeny i* and valuable thohrr. R "

Wheat. The Held had never, in tbe emOl1' or for exhibition. H.8B08. tile principal,are perfectly harmless,and may ba lakeaby To a.wteluDf' haidnu In Flatar iW.
I'DdiaD All article entered for : all prnoM,of all Nh. al all line Unlike haaM nnd P'1*h'
j'koitrnwAr; oldeat inhabitant,produced anything bat Day 110. premhms. Grocery DerchaDU many property I.desirable,brine
:"Subscriber on the neizbboTs1au at 1ftl .per. ," i in on or before 'll&t8ntaTJ.nth. day of ,: c oTlk Cough Candm now offered fur .Ie.par,, nated ne tile 8U J hn-a on a "fe lenD. These -._,
au' ajt the?th tost,his negro man Grass X*'weed.) My aft4.'ectr !1I1iIbft'- next, directed to care of the clerk of ll.JJq..C/I.a.I. -. to be DM product or profound medical mea.. but pius office.t this.gtas.l the stall banha(. aesa _
__ abo.a 5yMns4dftfeet7orlOtn- cultivating that 6e 4 T LOCAftOIf 31 1I CftT-.r.'I'1InDT. XIAIrn Institute-Cfcartestonv.Articles which an rn.. .the cniieaetHM. of geauittr famiy nab stop there twice wtbj. aad all the Charleita
"*>t alki.lowTOM vrheB he left hesaLJrVMtNirX But'eba crop or white beaPdeCWhea micb : Y 515 novas AXJ UCJWIGL I forexhibttion ,8IHIONS V CO. taken,this anKle to not upected 10 ea .all the"ill* said rivet howe when freight -.n_ sic I..helamlerf. .
11014' ?oma.evno- after that day nly. "
raised wa de sdmb'stlou of b ice that 1fsli i* heir to. hut M peculiarly adapted fc ito I
it cWbas, aad wore aWL the Wheat to Mri WIAtney/of G155mbOV Sew .oId established HoW- maea the Fair are respectfully requested Commi MerehmBts few dawacaa abnvrmonuonnl, and instead of helm F.rpsrtkbimss .l'riii .." .
irmdoiral torntatand and send n beach..tbr .the Crystal lmlTBlS O the treiU'11Ub .&beabon scriptions of tbe article*;an4"ach EtMI Jay.ICWIul- composed of tile pommt quality of ngar,lobed with C. P. I
Z1r<** rr.rimmsdtat;also blue Jersey, YorkI you aID lOW preprinr a large och15..- einweU Uel' lion a*maybe of tis to,tl*Judge*, ..u amom..' ,UBOWICK aoiom. the estruct of boa.knead.ii I* utde roas sues, ia w* martvr CP.IstDoaibsplma..l'a.S. :
.**? *!*.dotaes. U also took offIporehasea False at Vew and .me'4min CODI&aa&. &Uenom*biincr. paid tofaVortbm lOr pabUe oo. -''Addreaa .' '. ; ..: .. .:.' _: ; hnhen Me of Mrft-cuou.awl roMaia well known "
this .
usIng .
wheat FiJI yotir
field cor and imuciiip .
-.ul'll_ t 'CLDX'O'I'-TH1 SO. CACharleston approved Try It,and iu intrinsic awiil IPIndoWIflhUfr!
WOOD. : i
ta.. ISAUal J. 1>UN! (
sti. U. ,
e4.4 udeszslcb FeniliIerIa prifseeoue Uene will call oath a punuaeou approval ansi yim, which .
-i. Uhiak bale L in :
." &o.Iaac.r..w u.efore Hssr.wtotHr.Barkesdale.. of Tlrginis,: _. n"c: landings, sndrailroid depot to1'er u. 11.J1U.. :: ;. Ie.bin.-_Ilonte, rctongvhall gi.e It popoat.rit,Dnpanlldcd in th.hMnry rwuu. Fibeeriber keeps constantly oa bud. aAsoortraent
'_'' AmerioaaFertiliser. ".r. boat sad sto'ze' ip of nmranur.Pri of .
_: 111.s.oma.fth.. -- Leinan's laDtII"YOV.l'orims 'aur- bSI1efl&5,to the .bold, wben.the imcf ;. : ,11dl r ., t .'. &,. ..*.- .85 cents per paeku 8A8H DOORS BLUfDS e. *=
robUaD ) a1ltrbolDllt1 I S
re- UJMII tIlT effort to places aRYAN Bach of Bic1 will ch..wiftae1l. .
m genuine paek4 Canh Caadv,
tipetI.WiII every reralarr/ imported front the Forth ;
10 cumv
mesa tyjt _."'
.hij .G.au4 ehvy anytktnrveruesd.J .. -. .r. H' fIear.In 8avaaaah.Ga.
eaveloo or T.
-t psued c-- with a cJL : lheolgnslsre C. RiCE -
.. JL JI St 7.ltUOUbie ntI ;I
r Reed
Yeel'1U4 I
IodptI IaJ.LIcet&1 him.4' .' wheat erup, hJ .. : -" ," f"otnCDaSf Apply tomy scuta.. .5.t. ... Sw"
: ; JttYBAX.
: :. ..F'1:1 B."
'Geal Coma J.
.ma: ,' : ro JLET. A Uercaapt.
., .e4LTJ n. DEXTEL .-.n webased U!( :.A, : ';; 'JAMES B. wtBQciotfL- .t (;oiisny ainurbahte.$ u.ppltsd. bOZdsrbboa
!Zuil Pla- _.. aAi tJ l I EllfAU'8'! AXEAICJ TEBTTLIZEB- eaia" :I : .i"LataoftheMarshaUHemsa\ TebS-l .*La '.J 1: mJ't. ee. Wharf CharUetim S. C. ontalaing W pacbafea,a*".. Jan *d-4m

** elf if Guano 8jf .; 2
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Final N tice. Groceries, Etc. Dr.Jkawpwtfsj'jtJ&SnQf&j : .CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. ,' ..- a ci1'1''Ua, &' .'.. p t ,

subscriber desire that those who are in- '. l. t. .*. JACttOHVILL. (LA. < ,
Savannah AWD
C.\ JlIJI71b. :.
THE 10> Philadelphia .. ; -, t -
to him by note, due bill or open ac bales : 1 'Liz .
count will come forward and settle by theist September I hogsheads Bac Si '". ? -SteampLiii WORKS ,.V4't III ":JI.I 'Sattders"'!: 1 ', tliAi.t.ioRYr.s; .
or they will indiscriminately be put into barrels Mess Pork ;'J! !iT6RNEY ra Hohi'
aUIL 15 ba Clarified Sugar, : *. .., A Sale and certain cure fur Chills and Fever, in Subscribers, having made extensive and !hCotm8ELLOa.uLA: : /
: : THE
I calculate to. par my debt as a principlerof.lannor. 6 Powdered aud Crashed. ,. .. t: i Lpjl'Its.complicated forms ;;also, jm effectual CHANGfe_ OP SCHEDULE connects. at I e improvement*in their. establishment. DenCDns.IitS
10 -" LLr L, temedyJOI'JeYefl of.every description..'J'p** <&, The Atlantic LaGrange Railroad are BOW prepared: furnish c.v- I Jackoo ,JalT185a"- ao.i <' ; tmrtl : d tii1ue -
This notice 1 U particularly directed to those per 80 S..<..: : tllbtl. East I'oint with the Macon & Western Rallroacl.Throulb .Steam Engines of any required power, from : ;
sent who have been and ere in the babit when a 60 sacks Tennessee Flour, ..\ h.'j t,'"- lib from Montgomery. to Sarann h in 60 honr ,1 to 100 horse' ; :: '' ; Ge rge..W.CaD'-: 1ivk.E.t. 1pt cOfltIUJIj )\alld I f__

bill is presented of not paying, (exceptby lOboxeaPaloandNO.IbOP. Leave 11' Arrive at Saw Mills: .' U WWortlDetJtor
Dr. ChampionsVEGETABLE A. M. Dartna/ST'aaO Qat. "
other medical aid boxes Candles, .' Montgomery aiS.JOP. M. East Point at 8.20 SuguMilhs;,, .
and then in 25 .
,) calling
promisee P. M. c -jr JACKSONVILLE FLA: J.r ; EJIi
,' East 'Point at UII'A. M. Maoon at 2.80 Powers : lS }mica
without any other cause than a, desire to defraud 10 boxes Candy ). } '.; ,,1
'. Macon alT' 4.80I". M. Savannah at 2.80 Mills nd all other machinery used in ,
the laborer of his hire. To those I would say 20 dozen Brooms, ,Grist ". ." Atw1ys IJ'M'bY\Mtatftt\ ) :; :
stay with your late choice/ trust they will be dozen Buckets, '. Ie;Purifying and Faro from Montgomery to Went Point, $8 SO this coun" \ .:. BIiDIPEABSON1 freSh sad geluise. "Alao.PEIFC11EJt'yWrlrtlnffi
I ... ". ANTI-BILIOU3M"ti-lJyspeptl .4 4 Went Point to East Point 885 tin .' : .
paid Among honorable persona,and in the code of reams Wrapping Pap i four' important Iron and BRUShEs,SOAl'S,14M1'5,
medical ethics '*Pay one before you employ another L pairs Boots and combined properties fur the cure -Diseases,-carefully '' East Point to Savannah, first class 8 00Thti ,:J5 Steamboat,-SawlIiU' .,.'and. 'other-.reparing, ATTOnXET'-.ND COUNSELLOR. AT, LAW, &c.4c..wbicfl. Will IIOld low IXlJJtlNGflJlb'nab ,

,"is the maxim. I do not complain. On the 200 dozen Cotton Hose. and correctly combined one article to assist Line consists of tIme well known H at short notice. .* : ,- v-- D ns.'i tn Uait. Cwmtrynrders sotittd sri Jl1ICtIaUy .

contrary having found out the debased principle All for sale low for cash, by the effect of another. for the benefit of.the Health SteAmlbipl., RiJ'AH machinery purchased from' us will 'be Will attend f J. the- transaction eg Business in the 4'haioiana'pcscription 1lp wits It'

which bAa actuated Mich persons I eouti not le .uDe 22, 1854. J. C. BROWN.1_. b,! Mankind; 'rite 25'oents( 1. 4. STATE OF GEORGIA, put in operation in any part of the State,by competent Supreme and CircnitCourts for the Eu t'em deIIv.-tcli., _: __ ._' '
.. aOO Capt J.-J. OAHVIJC, Jr. desired and ; --- _-
1, tons machinists when upon reason sad Southern DistrkU of Florida;nl
Gi4.yf4.IlENRY D. HOLLAND. Groceries. _. BEU.ETIIJ.E, Feb.' It, 1845. "KEYIo TO E STATE," able terms. ,: ?OI4: WATER, 1* BOTTLES

Jacksonville! July 20, 1858. t pl JUST ,per "Lucretia,"and forsalo low We: the undersigned, citizen of,UollcTilte, IHi-., 1,500 tonsrCapt. ROBERT lUnmE. ,. Drawings' and estimates--- flll'llisbed. 'without julys. will IKS, kept\ en'lndCe' ; cb?airthewimiBfr,
nois hereby certify that we are personally orquaiued 1\i1fa'
these '
In speed and accommodations. i charge -- Jos.. McRobert Baker I'cooling that refreshing Wvw
strength, 6V
Notice. :sacks" Rio Coffee, article '-with lr." Champion, of this-place. and h have. ships are unsurpassed, if equalled, by anIon MOONET&.GOOKTN. JACKSONVILLE, FLA,, who may can for it at tbe !. p. tIJuw
Java Coffee, been for several nod have \lie utmost Confidence -
the superior years iwmiles. Founders and Machinists. KJTftoila'Water
Co BROWN would respectfully inform Rectified Whiskey, in him that,ho i" in this the coast.. River navigation ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW will. .be kent also 93
J. citiieni of Jacksonville and the surrounding 8 blll '. as a Physician- .. Two nights at sea. JACEIOJTILL, January 1, 18S4. CmIRQJV ; DKACCVfAMwrMCm .
3 Old ) community, and'deservedly BO, n popular Physi.ian. SOLICITOR IN,CHANCERY.AU .
luontbelB"IR' FBOM ACH FOOT, -
country,thathe has located his Store on Bay street 1 I SAILING I VATS EVERT WEPSESDAT O' TEAS.
opposite Dr. Baldwin' Office, and near Bisbee A Supriorite Yinegr AGENTS: ., ." the New York
rtifthot have used his Pills In .LFLORIDAu fCrj"L Min 7.
1 I We further< we DaI3n tbtlflait. C
Canora's where he offers for sole at wholesale! and In Savannah'C. A.LLAMAR: S'S'i_ : I.. .. . ,. Tea Importation and IIr '
bea '
retail and well-selected stock of Dry'Goods, 1 Sperm our families for several years and find to Corner Dwvton and Bryan ,mmiuwlIfI'lut' .Atlantit 411,1 Gtlll..Satt.rOffiCI < ; ,, -
to Iii
large a quarter 1 in
Boots and Shoes, and Hardware 8 Crus-hed Sugar. valuable,eflicient and'safo medicine for the cure In Philadelphia, IlEfiON A MARTIN, J OBKS. f T in the Court JJonsc,.basement story-,, at extremclf a pa all Ya7tui".
Grill Ptisions. 6 I Soap, It diseases which recommended. That ,. ., WjAmtv. .
and Cutlery also, a Ko for they are 8"K; North 'Wb rtes. r., < next door to Probate Office. fob2C-ly '
For silo at ; lar ( Cre' 6 Chnmpn. Cider, they arc in high repute in thin community, and of i In New York SCRANTON(tt'TALLM AN, W. BIGG & CO. JACKSONVtLLE FA, Inure.t-trCOU: DEALERS ..suppli, .T.,,
'band, by eely ptltfor 6 .Claret,. rSt Estcphe tho celebrity and Rood effects of the Pills we have .-- 19 Old! Slip, near foot of Wall Street-,. .' are,now prepared to execute. promptly or- F.. C. BARRETT, ACt'OJlr "
8 Old Otard this and the various other Statesin '----- I Garden&
Brandy, heard much from dcrafor''St X'OT.\RY.punuc"I Flower Seeds
22. leave
Savannah Plants
1S53 We think "STATE OF GEORGIA" : k ,
Old used. *
Notice 3 C Madcir Sperm Candle them which worthy they of are high so recommendation.extensively July 12th and 26th, October Mr;nnd ?1fit1i, am Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Commissioner for "tnkinff Acknowledgment ... also l always kct. : ..
M fTIHE undersigned U under the noceaahyofagaiu 2 Green Tea, Hurricane," w. r. BOTAEitf, Pastor of the Bt cb., August Pth and 23d, I I November lst,15th. 9th, Horse : of Deed, : -"\. 1.1'. )lcMILLj J..
and I December 13th,and,.2it Mills and Pans, Grist :Mills, be used In ,. '
_l calling upon those indebted t him t come 2 Oolong Sea '\itc tnos.: HARRISOn;Minister of the M. E. ch., September nth 20tb And other Instrument of Writing; to I -

forward without further delay, and pay up. As it 2 Coils Manilla Rope. JOUS KEVSOLDS sr.oo': Of ill. "KE STOXE STATE" will leave Savannah Powers, Iron and Brass Castings, tbe SlAtes of A CARD..APOTHECARY

II his intention to make some in his business July o, 18 4. T. HARTRIDGE.5O w,(. MCCLIXTJC, elk of co. corn's court July 1 9tb'l I November 6th and 22d and every Machinery. Costing,.Forginfj NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA. HAH.
the ensuing fall, is chang o close his JOIN D. HOCUS, probate justice. Aug. 2d 16th and | December and 20th, and 13locbmlfh"W.ori Saw Mill' Steamboat- .Jacksonville Florida. 'oct4-tf. THIS will inform .niv friend's and !
h Lime, &c. 1 Sd ;5. ; since the brie fire in rtSwth
present arrangements the 1st of July. All accounts RICHARD HAT, Recorder st. clair county. Sentemb'r 13th and 27th January 1$ and other repairing. Jaeknonvill: .
unsettled at that time will be placed in the BARRETT Thomaston Le w. c. KISKET, cl'k of st. clair c't. court October 11th and 25th. | They will continue the manufacture/ and keepconxtantlv .1. n. n. HOURS, many tII"stores,sIms tnIIlturn 4h Aiwt
20 kegs Null, post Mnster. II. ecary halt I l hove now c .HoC
JAKES MITCHELL SCOTTaveling'Agcnt. estiibliahied in ?
hands of the proper officers for Coffee on hand,_ their; variety of J'1OWi.TUInER D 3 iuy 3=>i3aftjUJACKSONVILLE. Blocthl't'e doors
from ?
12 bugs Rio in the Sfesors. Ili"L-;
His of stock saved from the fire is now L. n. uocnisox, ncp. July 20th, C o7
remnant CARTS, CHAINS, 4c., to which they .FL.V.WHITNEY.
4 barrels Syrup, CAKTLi.v, in the state senate. where I I. sin receiving a fresh and npDlri
for BETH Rep. new
offered at original cost, .
f eb.TlEODORE 1854.U invite 'jyCI'.
HARTRIDGE. 2 hogsheads Molasses L. n. CABANNE, proprietor of steam till. S. Mail Line. respectfully patronage. Dnig% Medicines, Perfumery, C mbv SMI
1 hogshead Porto Rico Sugar, of counterfeits-there EDMUND Brushes and Fancv articles-Cardm S iar. .
I) Ik-ware
N. arc nohnuvpioi.
y241hlS54. 15 boxes Tobacco, Commissioned and 1 legally qualified as Oils, A ;
Bnrning N"o'J.ahr.1I1J
; Flnid.
Notice 10 barrels 11ttulleura'Iikey, Illinois. All.*Pills those made purchased anywhere in the but Eastern in Belleville Cities., New York & Savannah The Springfield Mills:, Measurer and Inspector or Lumber for hand lushes. f.am11Ij ('ooiccTeaII Jleingttrxms:

persons indebted to the estate of Abraham :barrels to be Pills counterfoil STEAMSHIPS LINE. Dual County, fur the Se1 York Pt'li Ten Conutman,, I gan
ALL of Dnval county are requested barrels gin. purporting Cbamrion's are Cllmpt'ilingSteam May be found, when his services are desired, on' their Teas ...great variety,and i'
nt de. BROWN.Jnne and worthless. sold by men traveling !- On and after t.iarcb 18th the new and splendid Saw Mill Corn Mill-Lath., mi iif UOI
to payment; and all perSons For sale cheap fur J. C. with and selling the Mexican Mustang. Liniment inquiry at the Republican office. portirtion and warranted. I shall be hi.pny toi.

having demands against said estate, will 22, 1854. are counterfeit. There are none genuine'except side-wheel steamships 'M. S. Woodbull Shingle, and Planing Machines, jnnelO 6m my old friends and customers call and niid .
within the time Florida1,300 tons Capt. fresh and
attested thing and
render them new. at W
please duly those deposited and sold by our regular LOCATED AT TIcS EAST END OF THB CITY, price bre
Blanchard G. R. Sthcnck
thia will be in bar. Wm. Alabama, 1,800 tons, Capt. Attendance and
by law or notice plead SMITH & BRADFORD, Night Day,when ;
with them other to execute orders for
who prescription
Traveling Agents, no are prepared iU
I lit carry T. 1f
tons Capt. Lyon,
Administrator. Biggs & Co. Foundry. Augusts, 1,500 be with
I JOHN BESSEXT, Bay ; put up punctuality and nrr
Streop. medicine but the Pills ATTORNEYS? AND
genuine Champion manufactured C. D. Ludlow Lumber Shingles and Laths LAW
S. G. BESSENT, Administratrix. direct from New York, Knoxville 1,500 tons, Cupt T.McMflJ.
t Black Creek.July 10, 18M JUST rcive. Coflee Sugr. For sale in Belleville, Illinois. will leave New York and Savannah every Wednesday at moderate prices, deliverable on their wharf, foi Solicitor* in Chancery, .
2 No. 1 by and Saturday. shipment or on the street for City use.
2 Terms CASH
Notce.THE !
These ships are the largest on the coast, unsurpassed -
under tho Will attend.promptly to all business entrusted
partnership existing 10 Fla
Whiskey Jacksonville in speed, safety or comfort, making their A r ply to to them.M. .
Wallace and Moore has
and ,
style 5,00 Choice Segars, D. MILEY passage in 50 to GO hour, and are commanded by E. A. DECOTTE..ont1repreml8l't. WHIT. SMITH H. BRADFORD. NEW GOODS.
mutual consent. .
boon dissolved by Al persons boxes tfmdy skilful, careful and polite officers. They offer a N. B.-Corn ground on toll at any hour of tin, .Sublicri has
Laving claims against the firm will present the 4 barrels New Orleans Molssscs; Traveling agent. most desirable to New York. dav. Office Alligator.. Office at Newnansville. THE just received IUd!is toD.

.me, and all pln indebted will make payment, Together with a full assortment of Family Groceries July 27. IS4. Cabin passage conveyance, $25. Jacksonville,July Cth,1$54.TIIOS. ft-b2-ly -, .receiving,a large supply' n.
to F. which will be sold low for cash. Goodsand
) very Cal .PADELFORD, FAY & CO., --- CLAUDE STEWART Pry Groceries Readymade -
F. M. WALLACE, and see. July .
Agents in Savannah. J. HEXDRICKS. JAMES H. CHE>s. ClothingJJootsand
&ug4( JOHN.MOORE. To the Public. '!u>uaaE 7 EGO taaKEWNAXSVILLE 7 Sliq >
Fork Corn tc. .
Notice. received at the old stand, -_.., nl7v 19: Bro&dwiy,New York. io I11iEllS H AND ll IMIIEIIMEL nngT-tf FLA. flats, Bonnet,Riblon3 tc.
undersigned successors to
rj HE undersigned will be absent at the North. 5 barrels Mess Pork, THE', No. S, Holmes' Building, have in store To Travellers Going North. HE Undersigned, having'formed'a'copartnership J.J.CKOn.'TS.Amon the many articles: mnv JlUSLI.\} be fonnd l PRIm'
Pork T .
X from the present time until about the let oOctober barrels Prime and for sale, for the purpose transacting a James, M. Baker, HAIlS, Plain and m;1Ni I'
will stock of zoo bushels Corn, Figured BKRAGKS. SJTS?
next, when they re-open a
Goods for this market In the mean time their 10 barrels Flour, A. General Assortment of U. S Mail Line. GENERAL MERCANTILE MAGNOLIA, E-F.BUSINESS, AT ATTORNEY AT LAW, TISSUES, Hain Swiss,Striped and Barred MIX
business will in the hands of RODNEY DORVAN, sacks Flour / Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. LINS Black SILKS.' Colorecl f Drts|SILKS j it
would call the attention of all who
Esq. b BLOODGOOD BOWSE. 10 bales Eastern Hay, Merchandize, .' 'Through_ 48 to 50 hours. respectfully lire .. ---- fling SILKS, Dotted SWISS Ac.; Crape l'ltu.1t
desirous of to their and
cheaply large
purchasing F.mhrmdercctVL'III
June 22d. 1654. 2m firkins New Butter. RICUARD T. BIRCIIETT. CHAS. T. DOW9IN6.BIRCIIETT Shawl,Plain ar EnuYd L C.
1 June 22. 1854. F. N. WILLIAMS. Consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, New York & CharlestonSEMIWEEKLY well-selected Stock, consisting in part of- Hdkfk,Emb'd Collars. (lieraUcMs UadenlwrM
& DOWiiriXG
Notice.THE Hardware amid Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware, Dry Goods Groceries, Quecnsware' Laces Hosiery, Gloves Bonnets, Ribbon,
Subscriber has closed his store and gone. Plantation For Sale. Hats and C..)s, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, and a STEAMSHIP LINE. Hats, Caps, "Crockerv and Glassware, ATTTORNEYS AT LAW AND AGENTS
r to buy B new stock of clothing and large assortment Books and Stationery and all Leaves Adg, ;r'lI Wharf every Saturday and Wednesday Boot)nnd Shoes, Drugs, Medicines,
Goods Boots I HEREBY offer for ale the plantation. known other rticl suited to the trade; to which they invite alter the arrival of the cars front the Iron Nails Paint Oils, FOR CLAIMS, Ready-made Clothing.:
Furnishing Caps Hosiery,
Gloves, be will nat sale! the new the by last the four name of cultivated SAN JOSE, which It has has been located fur the attention of the public, and ask them to South'and West Hardware and Cutlery Window Glass. WASHINGTON CITY.Will A large sclcctian of Ready-made Clothiag of.1r

-a brick ( Ac whic. Summers, on Bay street, bv the it years by me out cull and examine their stock before purchasing OV SATCRDAY-THE NEW AND SPLENDID OCEAN STCS Particular attention paid to the Provinion Busi give attention to the of r suiM'rior make and cut.
a dwelling-house, buildings, prompt prosecution
15th of September. J. L RIPLtfT.Jacksonville upon with an excellent well of water.Ind The number elsewhere as they flatter themselves that they can MARION 1,200 tons WM. J. FOSTER, Com'r. ness. Hay, Corn, Mess j'ork Flour, Bacon, }'ilb. claims for Bounty Land Extra Pay Back I'ay, )rap title Coats and Pants Heavy Linn

Aug. 16, 16M. acres of land is 550 which is cleared hammock; sell as low. as any one. else, for cash or country JAMES ADGER, 1,500 tons. Molasses, Sugar, constantly. on hand in large Pensions, Ac., before Congress and'the several Coat, Pants Ac.; very fine MiineiHe Vests coN

some timber land. There is on con- produce.J. os WEDNESDAY: quantities. Department, Alllm"ine orange grove U. BURTON.! M. W. GRAVES.N. Produce of all kinds .. '
r purchased.
Notice.THE Gentlemen wishing good Clothing will do well
tainbg from four to five hundred trees. ,", UNION 100:; tons RICHARD ADAMS Com'r. be speedily and iJithfully attended to.
of his entire AU are invited to call before making purchases to call. The public in general are solicited to oQ
Undersigned having disposed The is situated about seven miel B.-M. W. GRAVES would respectfully inform SOUTHERNER 1,000 tons, Tnos. EWAS Com r. ItETSBEXCES.ITon. .
) of DRY GOODS to Mr.ISAAC ROBERTS, Jacksonville water five unrivalled the coast for cl.sewhere and examine and Prices,which will be sold
above by by land These btcameri are on
; .
he thathe still continues the J. Morton, U. S. Senator.
public N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Goods, such low for cash and cash at T.O.HOLJIFS
takes pleasure in recommending him to all his for immcdiittflr upon th east bank of the St Johns safety speed, and comfort, experienced and courteous Kersevs Blankets Ac. S. R. Mallory, U. S. Senator. very only
: bte: friends and patrons! arc dt'iruI of . sccps'ible and in view of the steamboats : Dagucrrcaii fliiJitc !, commanders tables fcupplied with every lux as HENDRICKS A CHESS. A. Maxwell, II. of Representatives.. BLOCK,Jacksonville.

taming rood bargains for Cash. FfMr. R. ,t: I passing up the river. : one door vent i rf Dr. If. D. IFoUand'l retidenet. ury-which will insure to travellers by this lineven. jay; U E. C. Cabell, Florida. I. B. UIEIDIU.JAcxsno"JUt .
I -- 2W.
keep D bks T. IURTRIGI.Jul I would also sell with the place eleven negroes, Jacksonville', July 20, 1854.PJiqnix. possible comfort and accommodation. G. Yale, Esq.,San Francisco, Cal. April 4.

I {18l. large and MiisiH ; fourteen hi-ud of horses, neventynvc This line connects with the steamers Carolina and The Atlantic T. II. Duval Esq., Austin, Texas.

*""", head of 8t.k cattle and lings; nnd if any person Florida from Palatka or Jacksonville, Florida,and Messrs. Smallwood, Anderson & Co.N. York. Calvin Oak 4* Son

Notce.SIX will be made would purchase shortly, they can purchase through tickets will be issued ti New York. fiMLU G WORKS IJrodie A J'ettilT York. ,
weeks after the consisting or' 30 For freight or having clejjant stateroom .. Manufacturers and Dealers
growing passage
of Probate of luvalCou'jtv. \ crop AND J. O. t J. A. Camp, Sandu!kr, Ohio.
; the Honorable Judge acres of corn, 5 acres of cane, potatoes, Ac.-the GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE. accommodations sipplM' at the office of the, Holbrook Ncbon, N. Y. mi3-tf
for Letters of Administration on the estate all in condition. agent hlI&; tY MISROON FoundryWell INgiijs

S. o'f John Summcrlin, late of said cnnntv, de.eaa crop Itr terms prosperous of sale apply to the subscriber, who THE Undersigned i respectfully informs the citi Corner of Ea:t Bay apd Adder's South Wharf _h
HENRY W. E CLARK.NOTICE he found at the of Jacksonville and Vicinity that he has &. iiiojs &c.
can through application Republican ,
re-erected his t.FCabin passage from Charleston, $2 ; steerage W Known Iron 111Cil HES AID JEWELRY.TUE ,
.. I ._ !!iCuSt!.1S __ office. store upon the old Bite on the burnt $5. pl5 Composite Bailing

is that on The subscribr desires to ly. that his sole oNt district on the square immediately below the Buf-- _, -- fs so called because composed' of M'BSCRIBEB IS SELLING ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF JaCksonville Fla:
hereby given alPication; in i of his wish to retire from fington House, where he still continues on hand a WHICH ,
made the next Genera! Ieling il because CHARLESTON and FLORIDAU. and Cast Iron, connected with Gold and Silver Watch Jewelry
stork ofFamily
of thE! St> for K t for a Railroad from "J phntinj. ald not on account of any ill-prospects out rivets or joints; the ornaments and connections WOULD inform the public that they m pre

I Jacksonville. having h"r1 its eastern terminus on he ofllis for sale. Groceries and Provisions. .. S.. ..:Hail Steamers,I being melted around the wrought iron in and SiJ.rcr ,rare, kindofllFLE manufacture at short notice illY

I 1el the .Johus River,and run from thence west-: WM. J. CJRIRTOrJER. Every article neccbsary for family use can. be obtained : metallic moulds, making each panel, as it were, at retail, at much 1 less than the usual prices. or other' CHYt in aDaSSed.b3' stTle.Biwi .
wardly.I Jc5 Ju' ., Flu. on reasonable terms and for cash. Carolina one solid piece and avoiding all crevices where rust Watchts any makers. They e'cousIaitIvouhand
I invite a call from purchasers. AND' gencrallv commences.: It:may beiiude" light.lib Jurgensen at their ctory/RiIlei.Cut*,rWoJi,

is hereby given, that application wi For Sale. ju7! J. B. hOWELL "I" .. WIRE RAILING or heavy like CAST mo Real Jules Jnrgcnsen Watches with certificates Powder Shot. Lead. Pcroission Taps, Flasks!&
NOTICE to the Lutpbl.tture: at its next sc'i.I O NE-THIRD of the Burlington steam PloI.idu.TIIROCGri RAILING. This Railing unequalled fur cheapness from him with each Watch warranted perfect Pouches and hilts, ElasticGim, Wadt1 DJ.and other

for a charter for the Jacksonville Building and situated at the junction of Doctor's Lake Steamer strength, and durability, and is peculiarly time-keepers,price $ ;to $25<\ Sportsman's article Together with Bawl

Loan Lssocistion. Aug, S-t loct and St John's river twelte above Jackson Mount Pleasant. TO J'.PALATKA 21 TO SO HOURS, adapted to Cemetery lots, because it never ned$' Cooper I Vat c/se:, Knives and Dirks of every description! ,and a'.
ville. The mill has recently been put in line iou rietv of other articles too numeniH to mention."Rifles .
ff-S&i This steamer has
been repairs. and
I Savaa medical Co lege. ning condition, and the location is in every way -J 51iLk Put I" condition, effective The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every Also a new style of Farm Fence, at $:per 10I perfect Duplex. time-keepers.Levers in.$125 Hunting to $2.and. Magic Cases, : ,"Shot Guns and Pistols' ,repaired aa4nunted. )
r dclrable. There is belonging to the mill in tie Saturday lIt 3 i P. M. Returning will leave Pulatka and "'a B 17-4n
1834-'S. .fI7" g aervicc, is now prepared to feet, easily transported set and very much Second ,
ESI! neighborhood of two hundred acres of land ( ..' ;:;jSf resume her business every Mondav at 1 A. M.; PicolaU 10.\. 31; and I liked. Independent. -

:i R. D Atot ,M. D., Prof. Theory and Practice old fcld.) which answers wel for a pasture for on the- St.-in John's- in the towing of regular vessels, rafts, Jacksonville Tuesday, at 3 A. M. Also, nil kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron and Quarter Second, 'Watches, for timing horse, Fashionable

I of Medicine, ; dolar' per acre hiI bcpu frequently offered Ac. and such other service be The FLORIDA will leave Chat'lesion evcrv Tues Fencc, Verandahs Balconies, .. Machinery and iu gold and silver cases. $!; to $250.
I P. )KoLtocr M.D-Prof. of Obstetrics fur Tbee are also two coinfirtabledwelling performing as may day at 3 1' M. Returning, will leave Palatka I other casting to order. Chronometers. Boo l-AI" 1iug.I

t W. BtLLO M. D., Prof of Surgerv. houses, negro quarters, blacksmith shop, appointed by special contract.EIgngements time entered Thursday, 10 o'clock, A. M.; Black Creek 3 P. ).;; Designs and other information sent to address chronometers which .
C.W. WEST, 1. D., Prof of Medical Chemistry\ tools,Ac. For further particulars and terms, apply may be at any into Jacksonville, Friday, 4 o'clock A. M. free bv any Tvitbout Splendid gold pocket run I Subscriber would inform tie Public that
with the in of at .t post variation. fl25 to )., ..
Captain charge her point f2.'i THE
:, IL L. BUD, M.. Pro Materia Medici and t the undersigned on the premises. which she may be upon the route, or with any her pro- These trips will be regularly kept up except incases 1 (JEORGE FOSTER, Agent, any ""gone through the fire," be can lit
Therapeutics. B. WILSON. when either steamer may be temporarily 203 Broadway corner of Walker st, Eirrht-daJi'Va/cltes. f>nnd at his shop at present l located on the bunt
E. H. MABTIS, U. D., Prof pf Institutes of Medicine. Burlington Mill, March 30, 1554 a9 prietor.all; CHARLESWILLEY.. withdrawn for overhauling, in which cases due mrl-3m NEW YORK. Watches. eight days. $140 to$133. district on Forsyth street, where be will connac*

t notice will be given.. Enariiel Watches to manufacture to orderGentlemen's
t J. O. HowAcn 7.!. D. of Anatomv. For Sale. These steamers connect with all ,
the interior
t Prf Window Blinds For Ladies in Boots of first quality
; J. B. But, M. D., ; Anatemr A VERY desirable place not only for Stagrs of East }Florida and connect both warn with I J. M. EASON & BRO. ',.some hunting casss. $35 to $100. '. ,
lleR1b. :
,and Demonstrator of I'athologc but as having some very good THE Subscriber keeps constantly hand an the >'cw York steamship, Carolina railrouI.s., and I : ,Diamond Watches yt ; -, as well as execute repairing in general Be tatter'

J. J. WHT, )D.Assistant Demonstrator of Jacksonville, being about ten miles Mow, of .. the Wilmington roads. CHARLESTON, S. C., For Ladies some in magic cases.' '$!5 tit 300. himself that the general satisfaction

\ Anatomy. and fifteen from the Bar, known as '. Point SASH DOORS, BLINDS, Ac., tirl'assllA'e from Charleston to Jacksonville, 88; nntn11' 3tntP'9tP aIT Magic) Watches, whilefi.llowinjthe business in St. AnjtiwtJse,III
tract For enquire of unurrxVned. regularly imported from the North which he will from Charleston to Palatka $10. well u since his residence here will entitle him Ie
.+ '_ 'l REGULAR will Course LKCTCRM in this In. m23-tf paicular. MvNEILL. sell at very reasonable advances on cost. For further, l particulars ajiiilv]u to Which change into.three different. watches. $IOE. the patronage of those who ;wish a wtJl.6ttmt
the first
commence on Monday STEM ENGINES to
J. B. D. HANHAM llewdlw-
_ J. W. CALmVELL Charleston. $175.Watches'which Boot madeotit of the bent
and terminate in the March.
'I :1eb following For Sale. jan 2C-Cm Jacksonville. } Wind Up his work with degree w
)' lectures will be delivered from Monday BELLECIIASSE A ?INNEGANJacksonvilfe deavur to perform every
I the day of October, until the A very handsome building Lt in square 6, ; 2nd Boilers and turn tho hands.without any key.., $30 to. $140.. promptness aDd fidelity.ja26.dmCHARLES.
I Scent of &Regular Course for cmmenc no addi! (No.5)) fronting on near the Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road blot R. B..REID, Pnlatka. Fine Gold Lapine Watches, 4 holes, POEni5a_
lions Students residence Doctor llartridge. Terms easy. Company. OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS. jeweled .$25
I I cess to fe wi b ruir. Wards have of free the Savannah ao. Apply to D. McCUEN. 'NOTICE is hereby' given that a fourth aascss- .' OPPOSITION' LINE, Machinery forSo"Gri.t Rice Poundingand Threshing Fine Gold Detached Levers 5.> William Grothe

\ leic This extensive is July 13. 185!. has been made upon the stock of this Mills or for any special jnirpow. Castings Gold enamelled Watches, for Ladies3.' ,

\ the nOplt cntl of two members charity of the Faculty under, tfPiano For Sale. Company, of twenty dollars per share, payable! to Carrying the U. S. Mail Iron and Brass of all varieties. Our "facilities for Hold English Patent Levers 85 WATCHMAKER' ] AND JEWELLEB,,
the Treasurer, on the first day of September.GEO. doing work to establishment in Gold Patent
whom e are equal any the English Levers hnnt'g cases, fiS '
: by In addition Office))
are Post ,
cniclour delivr PIANO is offered for advanUgeou li the RoM -djotning the
A good sale upon W. CALL, Secretary.Advertiser United States bein? able to turn off wheels and Silver Paten Levers as low as 16 (

ing prattieal t ample the College for learn, terms, by A. A OCHUS. copy. auglO-tf. Palatka,. Fla., and Savannah Ga. pulleys up to 15 fuel diameter, bore 03.lindf rs np Detached Levers 14 1lI.WIN'G rct rne
s>'hich is open daily a Clique June 29. 18tf. (INSIDE ALL TUB WAY,) to 80' inch diameter, and plane 3 feet'square of any and all other stJ'lea.or Watches, at equally low .IJL fneadtM

I Dug the past ISlon t tit of two hundred For Rent. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE.-By virtue of: VIA PICOLATA, BLACK CREEK. AND desired !length. ap06m prices. -' r .: the public generally. With his exptncneeww be bu9"bgiveentmresatithcion *
.Felix Livingston Judge last twenty-six as a Watchmaker, !
I for and ; JACKSONVILLEFLAANDST.MARY'S. Diamonds. years
over thirty Surgical -
C wcr prcb DWELLING House Duval street. In to*"*
on Probate for Duval the 2d of October BRUNSWICK AND to those who with
A county on day DARIEN GA.
operations the of the Students ,
at the Jrre il presence for Anatomical mvesti- quire of F. C. BARRETT. next, will be offered fir sale before the CourtHouse -'"*.* Eagle 'Ii'On.Work Diamond Ear-rings,. Pins, Bracelets Finger their work done in a workmanlike manned'WatchcsCtocks ,,
The and ( sale at much less than thessualpricai1
stoampacket WELAKA
June22.1854. Rings Crosses >r aire4 H
: door in the town of Jacksonville all the t ? ,and Jewelry re
_ _ons will be abundantly Fees: Matriculation Capt. N. Xno '
.uple real estate, the estate of the late '& Pa.laticaeveryMondaymornjng 3 fT-Hf- the shortest noti: 1b2.11
a; Full Cur 0.r$105 belonging .- h.- = : : OS CART ST., BETB'EE.T PEARL 1STH STS., -"- x* -
rolttr,110 further in: Sea Island Roller Cotton Gi John A. Jones deceased for the payment of the r -nnmmr*- at 8 o'clock. Jevxlry: -

;r1 I frn, port-paid. THE subscriber,grateful for the (_ debts of said estate, yin Arrives at Jacksonville same and leaves ; .,Richmond ,Va. .. All kinds of Gold Chains, Pure Gold Wedding
a. evening, i Waal
__ U. L BYRD M. D.Dean. of which he has been the recipient takt I One negro woman, about sixty years of age; Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock these Works are'snannfacturedYortIj1e sad Rings, Gold Keysand Seals,Gold Pens and Pencils; Charles ,
inform S. } of fee. 25, T. 1 R 25 touching at the AT Gold and Silver Thimbles Bracelets
this opportunity to the Planters of SEA { ; ." intermediate places as above. Stationery Steam Engines Circular-saw d Breast Pint
Page's Circular' ISLAND COTTON, that he continues t manufacture N. % of Sec. 3 fh, T. 1,H..23, 649 acres;: Tbsough fare from Pulutto .Mill Machinery,.Tobacco Presses Levers Bands, Cuff Pins, Lockets Ear-Rings, Gold and Silver. AUCTIOiYBEB' : '
Picolata and
_ _ Improve N. E. V of Sec. 24 T. 1 R. Black: Gold Tooth Picks ,
the latest improved 25, S.E, 180 1Cfei; Crack ._ Sheeting and Sharpening.Mills Knives Sinkers, Spectacles Charms. ChateR-ine
__ _) Roller Cotton Gins, Double and Single, S. E.\\l of N. E.# of Sec.-10, ..2, II..,24, S. It E., Through faro from Jacksonville .. 'i8 6 00 00 1 I Brass and Iron Castings of every description Chains Ac. .: .. JA'CKSOWVILLE' E. F.. i
if PAGE A CO. JVrt at the lowest rates,for the durability and of r 40 acres; Silver Wart. ,
-- ; GEORGE ntar quality Through tickets are furnished from Jacksonville, rnhSOy PHILIP KAUM, Proprietor.Circular. .. t" ,
if! .r.lalmM Slw;J4. the Gins. Apply the following Y. -( N'. Eo J[and So 'Y' U of s. W, (, S. 22, T. to Charleston for .. .. 8 00 Sterling Silver Spoons Cups, Forks Pie Knives SALES in any part of the .County attended
1 n. 2: N. N. W. aJd S. 3 of N. W.'andS.W.jofN.E. respeetfquy solicited. .
fully informs the public, t hle increased A CS X T 8 : 'T' & e Wabtka connects with one of the New Napkin Rings Fruit Knives, Wedding Cake *
gt. : andN.iW.,1ofS.E.Jc ; Goods sent to the subscriber on eommiuiOm
their manufacturing are Ambler t Hocg, Florida. } York and Phfladelphia steamships from Savannah Knives 4c. Ac. '
-- now prepared to execute a ore with promptness S. B. Thompson k. Co.Back Creek, Florida. of S. 21'' T. 1, R.K&Hd& W. X of S. 29, every Wednesday.: Undersigned begs leave to inform Mer Watches and Jewelry exchanged. All Watches ther for private or auction disposal will be quiicl7 T')
.1.2, R. 26.-80 THE attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. )
for their celebrated CIBTDIAI Messrs. Richard A acres. Factors
POaUBL C. Lot No. 4 S. 2 T. 2 R. 26.-:1' AGENTS. Planters and Dealers gene- warranted to keep good time cr the money returned Subscriber has been.known in this com."*
84 which given much satis A acres. K. .'
hle R. DUKK Palatk erally, that he is still the
Bet Tedell : paying highest market
W.IL the as 1 STEAM Pow- Newnansville, Lots Nog. 2 3 and 4, of S. 21, T. 1, R. 25. Repairs. a number of years as Auctioneer and other *'
BISBEE & cash for vii :
.3 I fan, all sires and HOBS al GRIST Gr. Dexter, Mineral Springs, S. )\. V oi N. E. V of S, 4, T. 2, R. 25, E. V of
: Mil li kind.;_ PO".Ur. P.1omJr Centrevillngo, N. E. '/and S. E/V of S. E. % S. 15, T. 1, R. Savannah. 'leather: the Bough repaired in the best manner,,. much less than the nuirles should be made concerning MnMtfw say
f : for '.a w. t Geg. 25, W. If of N. W. k.S. 14, T. 1, R. 25. ; usuaat prices. "; : commercial hopse at tb"'plllee'ofi

i r Since their POITABLI CIKCTLA SAW-MILLS were lcC.11 Collins, Tter' Hill, All of the aforesaid" tracts of land. situate in Du Steam Communication Hides, Sheep's Pelts Deer.Goat. ; Otter Goods sent by express or mail to of the : Since the fire he has located his store on For v&7otreefc 1

It invented by,and patented to,.their senior partner, L. King It ( ., Gerg. val Connty., BJCTWEEK United States. on the.burnt district,where his Anetjon K j

: they have mae many impf1'ment which render Hare It Co., Savannah, c .Terms made known on day of sale. Savannah Florida.: ,. Goon, Blink, Opossom,, x, 'CEO. Ci: ALLEN. mess IS also at'present 'conducted..aJldwIttre ,
,, them all < POLLY ANY JOYES, Skins'' keeps OB hand on the most reasonabto ten 1
I 1e ter als justly entitle Stanna and,Cat : Importer, Oj.Jrkee'dndJi.ceZl7,
I, i r them cade among first labor-saving J. M. Tin, Administratrix. *** ,"JVA kMJl4.114 lld4a"No + FAlILYGRO'CE1UES AND l'ROVWO

; J mhi of a. Tison Ricar Waynesville, Georgia. J. P. SANDERSON, '. The new" and elegant steam- BEESWAX' WOOI-i'.TALLOW;'Ac.: : 11 Wall st' 24 floor Broadway Fog. .c.AND COUNTRY raoncCLju .,
pamphlet containing full descriptions of their Hey ward South Carolina. March30, 18J!. sepU_Attorney. -,. JAMES packet 'ST.JOHN'S,"Capt. Being a direct consumer and'exporter .of" the juuel<5-y =,, ... ,.near NEW,TURK. S'' ,CJ-D.J. DgWA.4Lr. '

I -I.J} .e tiatttt frieet, term, Npeiy ft The subscriber keeps on hand, at low pric NOTICE is hereby given to-all creditors,heirs -,: Savnnnah FitEEBony, wiU leave above named commodities, his facilities therein ar?' ---- .

i MVMf I ce wQI,o'application by forwarded Boxes and Brushes. He, also, repairs GIs at and nil others interested in the morning at10.,o'clock fur every :Thursday unequalled enabling him to offer inducements to I J.-.u-oa-3iist; ii' i
I any gentleman wanting one.Having lowest rates. estate of Perches Thigpin, late of Putnam county the intermediate DOint;. p..latka touching,at-all. all in this line of PBUDUCE to consign such to him. : 1ductioneer"ANDCOcNTssION

; I[1 recently obtained damagrt in an action Pen. in want of please their dcccasedtbaton the expiration of six months from This boat has been built Having cstablished a trade.of this nature in General Commission.Merchant, 'BUSINESS

,. I brought In the U.8. Circuit Court for the District the Gi., wi Mnrv'n,diet iu, the date hereof I will apply to the Court of Pro- has large and airy expressly. fhrtbis"tnd; Charleston, in connection.with an'extensive Curry. 'aeo WALJ; y.*.,.N1rr.OItIC '

fl of Maryland, for a infringement of the Patent t his t t. a THOMA t o bate for tho county.Putnam aforesaid, for final passengers. anI taking stateroom the inland accommodations fot ing business Leather fn the Rough kept m our city Win pay'particular' a t ten tlon''to'sales, : ot) ,Yellow \ .FBAHE: Subscriber r having be;n i appointed an Aw'

pi: Righto,, they hereby ears t f( pvrttuuiMffr rle, August 24, 185. VMWE'Jaho settlement of,my'accounts with said',estate,and M eunerior accommodations 1n.invalid'J'OUte' presents- will yield a more.lucrative result than giving the l Pine Lumber,-Live.0 k.and other."Southern JL"tionew for.jbe counyr ef DuvaL-by the 6ecrnor *-'

I **avUtoni4d "their.VM. discharge. as administrator thereof! T his boat will leave and others/ preference' foreign markets; r.nd.fren1ihe mod*,, Timber and,Produce; orders jHirchaaing of Florida,.wUl a."
? Address GEORGE PAGE A ., WILLIAJ.TWGPIN.UmlnutraJ Jftcks.mviHe-on her return rate rates of.freight on all transportation line there : '- ; .. iness putrnst to ftis aUeDdp1IS V1P1
Sea Island Cotton Gins. to Sanl1nl&b every .SBndiy at Merchandise.',,;q ,;.1"j .*;, ,. ec8-ttT. "
_ 4 L ?(.Schroeder,near Baltimore-it..Bltimo Md.,or subscriber takes this to in. P.iljtka, February", 1854. : feblS 6mAD)11NISTRATRIXNOTJCE.AU1JerlOlll For .further partlcUlarl"lnquire'mowing of 8 o'clock. exists nothing in obstruction to the augmentation' 4 . enoo m ,this apaqity "t

I JOHN THE the planters of LOXO opportunity STAPLE COT BOUOIl board 01'to, oJ'! .' PapFRu." .,. of this business with- the Southern and Western "wtI1'1"'to" b".ns"E'DD! .Gna-at. :; ,will afford,satisfStctiun ta fcU wh nv?*!""'.
J ugj7, Jacksonville, Florida. TON, that be still continues the of in' CLAGHORS A CUNNINGHAM country! ,. He; hopes therefore,,, l strict attention General Commission.JferchaatI -:< services. All shipments or eonsiaiuMats J8 *

the latest Roller Gins manufacturing his o. : 'l. ., to this branch, to merit the patronage of,the large; l I WATM If..YPM.STMCX ; him beprompUj' oat fUthfhtty II tended. kvT.
1. improved at usual rates, late oflnralccmnty; deceased,are, hereby requestCd 1- "r' "P 8aT./tnab. and trade this ; ,*w .' .. .
: Hoe k 00' Patent Ground rapktly increasing pouring Into I
Saws and is fill all orders BBBEE A mart and atteuUon
; now ready to without delay. to make immediate payment to the undersigned( CANOVAJacksonuie1 Vwfth ,prom jt gi9ea.CO the sole of unwuClSo'
/VVIE: Subscribers manufacture, from the best AO.NYI. ( And all having demands against said estate' :", 4.TKASDALE MtOw.. to. him wilk-eflz tbe'asw'ancethat. produce'consigned.14- 1 alJ articles of prodnceb entrusted-- his care, rf,' .O.Hohnesmn C; Drew;Jacksonville.Boston .
JB. CAST $ from ft Canovo,Jacksonville, persons Ip16y' May 80th. '''.'.' | the hiJrb4lt proceeacr rjRd nd-aUCrders promptly.complied with. I and YinritafavScvaiuuli.rrf
inches TE SWS Bib Florida. are required to present them, duly proven"within He *tlta1hisJO'&he.'vol'llhte'J otfc of all interested v> |
? two in Their ) Bancroft ch leston> "- >J
e t P.I.t the time required bylaw; otherwise thfs notice will ., in the extension of the and home 4SplIfjat! tthll h 1ki-1a, 'c-it- I j ,Setts.'A H'rth11 ;
I &.a.he and tempered, and are ground s L. Niblack tr, be plea4 in bar., EMILY I*DONALDSON, < productions eftfce. jDuili.'.,- "'commerc-'i i'> ,.>. I : 4- .-"Gv .SMITBi, ,

a JDJ b designed expressly for' Tlln ft ft Spencer Cole, Vhit,tlring"Co.. :1. J 1I15-8w' .Adminis&tnx.I .' ForEriterprisQ; ,:, '<" Very.respectfully,. -JOHN P. BAUM, Hnrd'a:GoldenGloss, ,:for .the.HairJ,; (Ij.cbio,4W9sbi P..l854.1.:'! ,_ .

t p a tbfvr t Watt labur Flurid i ,an ate ;, Si {' 3s Leather and Shoe Findings Hons'm2tf *;- a f ; '
in as they ft pnsparatwni'jiur the : : "' '
A Wyp'nwny growth ;
te UII mner 1. C months from date I .b.U ) "
etrengtbened and lt'De; by jJcr> .;'" them I in, TIlw. Ctevilg Gei SIX to the Judge of, Probate of present ; ._ landings ";-on the. : ,\r..jO I"At8. ,King. afreet. ', Charleston.tIc_. .t2o( the,JIair,)Wa GOLDW r.oa'LaU ", ..1'D $2cH I" J r '

aiUc r Cula cutting vfgvt" tbe .Thu" Misell' 'TrtAur'f Hill,. County and ask fora fiual,settlement'and Hntniff _ St J'Olin'R.Lj' ''J Iyod --- lend.;,Three reason,,will be ,given why ii.i i. so i., &wsfrdra-the aabesribeV abetS 't' :
< .
4 : ont clqnnty not tfucmma i..iai-d w ,,I ebal
t lduc a great stvir.g 1:ruter. (...",,v. &Uillald' ," Vuizaut i Uta of said county, deceased. "- t Baocr'WiII '..*DAflLINGTONVsptai4j.Ja ksonfll) .. mUg deriped'1nfbnns f.ieliclWi because i it hu proved.thenwost,;A-eeLulJ.l ( Bald .', at b.itelght incbsshiW. .na

1 They also maoof..eture CAST TLLL MILL I ,B. M. Alen; Lbirty C ul.lj,, ." JAMES VINZANT, Admiwtrator. morning 8 o'clock arriving a' .e'ery.Saturday& Jio'n stihhiaymg the l'Ighestah''rcCs; 'r : Deal.'2d, because it impart!*r beautiful.dark glees bOw4eg5d'V7onninEhia .- ..
PIT AND CROSS ilUJgAWS, AJS'I BLLLEtWEDS De'eIUK. South'Carolina., aj sorooday. yjz: J and delightful :per&me to .theMalrdbeqsutbe _n..JJi eirdlevsr7receiye4.ud ; .
of Mnerior Carolina and.
for SfUi p.thav way U.oLui, I ul .>t' th.Tpriujiat A JJM1NISTBATOITS ot er nawnw tU aIIoftre.anlr1riUlbtr-o
la.alJccbtl thll'j' u. ;t 'he t/wtid atcs i:Extra Boxes, lrutlie and Ilullrrs cftn, be had fit ..Lalter date I shall apply to the Ilonv Judge'of-l will leave Enterprise .tI'Ol< same di1l'a day. Returning moroinS leather In fth..roagV'Beeswax lS'L 24d'1.. could be gTrea wnyjU 1 4rcai.fTortteJltL.Ulose will lodgsbbd ..Wt..IOU&aI'"e&.wm

; C tio 'Ju1crabet'o bt J-ll l tacl IViions ivautmo; Probate of Duval county, fur letters .diimUsoryas and Pfclatka at,i 'clock itaay anti "I ;"' A' "U"r ) to to: Nf:' Who. want more have only jo give it'atmL-,''c7'Y dettfetkim to a4 M Bt.L f.Jo a.aad

& It. flOE *CO. j Gi..or will please. ,apply t A.tD& dminiitntor ofth.i t4t 'ofThoma W. Jone arrive Jacksonville'T same WedMadsy dawan: tn aorni&g>r 71--;_& i The above,free ?,auf commission; will tit re Price 95 cents, in lartvtpitiaaA: ti&lSDJ Jno. x. a atOl liI DLheS& .

hW'l Ou348i.i "nr. f.L j. JCEKlE4 A. M. REED itj I telveddbict. ot'thro'J.'J.,consignment to factors. Drama., &D4. tePeP't. A:n.r all reMOiabIrmDfr.
at .
: j.J.nI Jill 10, Gforn,. .1.1I",1111. :. "OWl\ L.1 t -t'JQflJ P. BAUM, t''d w;:. 1JnJ; 9 .. iI.IIIUaa .." 1l. .. .. adIt. W
"T ; I,11' pilf X. RIID {
"J"'J" J"t. ., fT i, Al( at P.I tto. mm.'H.I \It 'Charl..teli, 8. f 1M Bro 4nr, 4w ToiL JapatbI.lu1T 1m.UR.f .

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