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Title: The Jacksonville standard
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ramon Canova
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photodupliation Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858.
General Note: "Principles, not men."
General Note: Editor: Dr. Holmes Steele.
General Note: Publishers: Steele & Doggett, 1860.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 32 (Feb. 24, 1859).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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JACKSONVILLE STANDARD. A CARD ; ; Speaking tender words of comfort
From Dr. James M. Jarrctt, of ; enraptures with! l bright! _anticipations, cf success to hand up to the grave onorruJI-
jctr Twining anna of trust and love, gives ]life ovcriny
aim
an object ml
.4 TJ'acksnville n purposefmakes tnaibArturatm
T/ii7/sn.ir. the er .
1"JJr New-York such
Pl'ILISIIF.D Lung Infirmary. I When piled in mighty effort the A trace as this .
us see world mid feel its
Duval County. Florida by "VfT connection for the past right years with the - Every trial rose above. pressure Marriage for beauty another wcaknetrt,:
RA310K CtXOVA.rl)1TL1J JjJL above Institution, as Chief Physician, and a (ll'rittenfor theChristian Sti.dlld.) on our hand, not in farcireU but welcome to but it has charms that can lull the aspirations ,

twelve years' course of steady devotion to the Cure of Pause. When in paths I its duties. Love gives us i Introduction to of the heart, and in its
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all
other
I'ulmonary Consumption and its kindred disrates, to- ar wander ourselves, wakes the divinity that lives withus presence :
nr ni:. hoLMES 5T :fE. gftber with my unrivalled opportunities and advantage When tempter almost won blooms trill fade. To the heart 4hat loves. r
makes
pathological reearch-aidt. not a Huh; by a On hearing a Christian say of his neighbor When ill revels I had squandered its useful its Vain presence and acknowledge the thing be loves is beautiful, so outward .

I'KICi; OF SUBSCRIPTION : perfect system Medical "ne-bas enabled; "lie is only a Jew-they never speak Priceless time, or wrong had done. ideas power. and illusive arc the sense it may not flutter on to ra 1iantvil1gs *
t arrive at a decisive, direct, and successful course of of the old and would be Philosophers ,
Annum iti Advance.AHVF.KTISKMCXTS -but, oh the heart that lives
Two Dollars | tr uth. but for ,
treatment for the positive and radical of all diseawn 0 that all this is you
en re Then in tones of gentle sadness, dreaming, unreal, visionary,
dreams of
f the Throat, Lungs, and Air Pasfage only yon, watches, guides, inspires
Jiy Christian pause! why thus condemn TIt she foolish, absurd. Ii is real as the raiser's
heart
Inhalation, the and of medicines Pleading, my assailed, grip this makes the! world of '
l"urati\'epropen
vapor you whcth-
nill be inserted on the foliu i is Christ-like to contemn ]his when beauty,
r7 gold the robber
are directly addressed to the diseased organs Tearful eyes whose light and gladness, upon clutches it- er curls reach down from forehead"white
,, t.rnn": .ftwehe lines and under and the integument I do not advise the use of Medical EYu the vilest.'-Iiat f.rpotAVliat "Faded when from right I strayed. i imagination only gives us a brighter reality. snow to kiss the crimson check a3 1
nn I 1..l1ar per jiqunrr. i Inhalation of any kind, to tbe exclusion of general of old time God bath wrought? The sun shines with brighter lustre, and whether tallor
(. titii! >t insertion, and 75 cent fi. rach .ubijurut treatment and I consider it we small, whethcr/blacVoycd] / blue it matters
'f ; although a useful adjuvant Never him or
Trace that word look of see walk like
inrtion. To yearly aJmtium a liberal discount in the proper management of those fearful and prople's IWlIgthat or anger I a King in tho sky, as if not if you arehovcd] with and

will \* made.Ml often fatal diseases, yet I deem it very necessary that "- bhall IK- their tentagtfVnto Suffering lips could find to speak, his robes of light had been tried on for only ,d erotioii. This is model intensity this '

advertisement* not marked with the number of each patient should have the benefit of both general Frowns were to her brow a stranger, us to look at. We sec the moon peeping your pcrfecClou -
unVrtion will I he continued until forbid and local treatment. The success of treatment whom on this side heaven, /. bank in your,cyes-Arii, love to your white.
required, my Though her heart was like to break. over a of steel into thenight to rob it of
.n.l charred ( r.fp die above diseases,and the high character of tbe Institution Wax such gracious promise given, its darkness-while the little stats- hand'GoJ gave the key to earthly happiness,

live IhilUrx "H1 !. charged for mil annonncetnnt over which, I bare so long bad the bonor to As their father Abraham gained, Sorrowingly JC her > smile and all who iie to bask injoy' serene and ,
upon the
of Candidas for office; in advance.Contract preside, are too well known to need Any eulogy or AVh.n the tl-! t)bin fahb sustained 7 *", "While.in distant climes roatn gently on night and steal kisses from 'perpetual, will mar) .,onJy for lort. .
her
beliinil )
comment from me. At the solicitation of many private lips ilio'clouds.. .We feel the 0'
ulirrfurinent payable' quarterly; adverii and professional friends, through whose philanthropic And the cov'nant oft renewed, And my heart\vi11loting wander breath of our hOpes expiring" our lips and 11fl51fl we fccPldvcs gushes in cur" .
>tit4 finn *.traic T! and trmci."t perwmft.pay.t EVn bis rebel children riowrd. hearts, let us not trifle or danaf *
Mii aid the above charity has been long and liberally Back to her light of honit. ,I amid our desnn- I
due but
considered my realities
..Iuu.. All others will IH. weep imagination lifts our
ble; in supported, and after due consideration I have I ies, but consulate its desires with -
''1ePU CSIIC4I (ur. concluded to make such arrangements as will bring Could tu Roman Ctvars claim -- hopes to Heaven dressed them with beauty, and let promptness

One fiunr., !f.r MX month*, . . _$1000 the benefits of my experience and treatment within Cane fur such a glorious nanif, (From the Stale Press.) them with life, and we become hap ]love alacrity bear- U* go forward, and rely -
I'jjal if lniMiief cards, p r an. . 11)00 tbe reach of all, and not confine uiyich( as heretofore, in their Which! on to us upward. For it we
P y contemplation. is
As the David bore AX very
Application f-.r I,ttr. Administration, 500 to thorfe) only who entered the Infirmary or who slwpherd ESSAY LOVE. : unreal that truly, deeply love the chance is scarcely
Notice t.. lbtor an.l Creditor., . 7 00 wen* ably to visit me at my office. Hoping therefore Wlu-n the monarch'M crown he wore! Dedicated to You. which gives gloom and darkness chance at all, but we can make a reciprocity.,
di m'n; al Administrator.' 10 00ry that the will satisfaction to life or that which robes it with fclicitv.itibpirc .
pplication for % ax arrangement gh.t".ntire ,both And on Zioii's uCrI'elhroDt., i for woman loves when she is assured that

All bill f..r Job Printing, must be paid on the to my profi-sional brethren and the public, I wouldivrfjKctiully $aw the kin !rliry .f the w 01 k. announce in conclusion that I ran JIOITIf of f imagination, then might] we live in pure .
happiness -
we through the history of the world be unsclfKhcd and its
eonttdttd penonglly or by letter on all diseases aabove earth go man regard claims not
on hxiibdutn show'. and feel that the
The Lzw of'e" "It:'pen. and that the medicine, the same an used in and trace its advancing, growing and progressive blending of the intellectual in an aritliD1ctic:1Il's mood for he should remember
the Institution prepared to unit each individual case, Such as prac'tl JudiVs throne, civilization,from the misty shadows l with the physical! world would give that

Subscribershoclo not Inhulittr I'mpori, Medical lIn, \(. Vc., will beforwarded When the mgii of David oVr it charms unknown to the mere after ** A
grasper Woman
give of
lit ,
1. express a scarce universe, up to the gleaming gentle woman Las a heart
of the United
by express to any part Staticor Solomon the lore I worldly
notice to the contmnnre considered as the Canadas. TERMS'.-J" terms of treatment byetter scvptn glories, that now pour a flood of brilliancy joys. Fraught with the sweet hum.initis of life, !
continue thfir mliscription. l follows, viz month for each \\-t1 niifrbt Sheba'd queen exclaim land and The earth was not made alone to bring Swayed by no scllLsh aim sb. bean her part,
'i i.Iiinp l ; to are All : $121wr jmnVnt upon our times ; we will discover In all
Withers order the continuance of w hk-b will include medieimt sufficient for oncmonthsi I hire beard not half the same! fortll fruitt9 that we might eat and n"eLutflowers our joys and woes in pain in strife,
:. 1 If $ at every step the impress of this subtle aud Fonder and still faithful
more when
: tho .
tlie pulJi"J'rlllft.rcontiuuctu use, also, Inhaling Vapor, and an inhaling indefinable bloom upon her cheek I her breath is smart .
their newspaper Apparatus. I'liyiiifiit UK t follow*: $c6 to IM paid to Talk of!b.mls \\'t'e.na iminorthi'I'IiI.y agency like a spirit of light a waking the violet! Of
aais:
send them until all arrearages are paid. the heart into perfumed by -the rose lichen crimsons care the boom of the knife
Expretw Agent on receipt of the box of111.dicin..andthe have only crovs'd the poesy-thrilling nations Of keen endurance
portal
her cuts to the soul ,
:j. If subscribers neglect or refuse to talc balance $(& at tbe fxphatkm of the mouth if thupatient with sublime inspirations-ennobling theirhopesgh.ing HIJsher"oicc mm man raelody, First n*
Of that tl'IIII''', at whose shrine, and she dresses to support us, foremost to console.Oh .
their from the office to which be cured or i A entirely satisfied with the treat their up when nature woos her
nevt.papers wings to ambition zeal
they direct edt they are held responsible UK-nt. .l'atwnt. by giving a full history()their cae, J'au itj.J by i'aith: c1ioiaw.Hllw'.1 to their with the voice spring to his bride, to share what were man in d.irk misfortunes honr "
are purposes-and their soul
filling with
and their symptom" in full ran !> treated as well by .ith-"iJl the lyri'Iiuinhl.'d Without her
his aid
cherWing I
I.t.c..ull""l} the tills and ordeicd summer fortunes and nurse his winter a ncvrl"s thing
until thev. I letter as by personal examination. 1'atients availingtbeuwelves \\ith tliL- :iltari file. passionate aspirations for glory. We may Sinking ignobly neath the passing; ]iower I
them tU (utiuUl'1. of Dr. Jarrett'a treatment may rely upon take the times consecrated to cI.h.alrJmid age.Love Of every Iat of fortune, she can brinjj.
4. If subscribers remove to other places maiiediate and penuancut relief ax be "Jorn"has to Chosen from the ons of<-arth, shake off the duet tile flying centuries haw then )has its purpose in life and that I
and treat a case over t&irtd ,o.. Letter for advice purpose wisely tnulerftoodould add more A balm! for every wound, a* the shower 1
the the shed their
publisher illustrious I
without informing achievements- ,
Heirs of
; :in immortal birth, upon More
prumptlyan.nnnd."or further partieulan* mMu s. i tu the civilization and refinement of heavily fall, the bird of eve will ring
wspijM-rs are sent to the former direction JAMES M. JAKKETT. M. II. Oft cLa>tL>('d-as oft forgiv'n.Ever to regard them as emblems a glorious past than all else mans In richer notes : wt-UT> is woman's voice

th ;v an* held roponMblr. No. *40 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St.X.Y : still preset red by l Heav'u but amid the brightest incidents on which put together. The worlds progress When through the storm i it bids the soul joice..
P. 8.-I.b,' it"iaM and others visiting the is not to be weighed i in scales, one mile, Aud now' To
decided that city are ;
5.; The c'mrt have refusing Ape on agt.the Jew i iocJa race, the eye may rest you will behold Lore with you" whose memory has
rIi. "'i>ectmlly Invited to call at tin: Infirmary whtre I one word, from her we loved, has influence
more to write
, t.n/.e newspapers from the office, or re- man interesting cases can be witnessed, and where Tist -d stiJl! heir Maker's prate. her arms entwined about the noblest action, cause me these hurried lines by inspiring
,1 m"'il11.1 leaving them uncalled for, is our improred aftparatus da the inbaLntion of medicated -I awaiting the embrace of immortality.] We on the mind in giving it tone and aspiration the sentiment, 1 can neither describe.

JTIMU /",';> evidence of intentional fraud. vapor can be seen aud inspectcd. ept.. 16 o:*. Gin lint! no honor could compare may go where the Spartans crowned themselves than the increase of a territory.- or declare, for even while I was writing, fancy .

G.; The United States Courts have alsolepeatcdly With "hat they were l"all'tllo share, with flowers before they perished at Commerce may whiten every sea, but the carried off handfnlls flowery thoughts togoz.t"

decided, that a postmaster whouejrlects 111 C II All D SO S S WIn-u forsaking Heavenly I state, Thcrniobyloc ; and there read the lesson i intellectual power of a people is the evidence and scarce left me words to describe my

to perioim his duty of giving rea- IRIS J&JT.VJC.VS, iou liimatlf Jid 'mid them wait, Lore like a pale prophetess teaches of patriotism of its health and social progress. What keeps own. I feel] alasleannotlovebutone

"H.m1.1tuutt': required: by the Post ort DAMASKS, DIAPERS &c. Chri itian tell nnis it true to the future-and patriotism with up the circulation of refinement and intellect ; and site

'.(.( Ilrpartment of the neglect of a person C( ["MERS of RICHARDSON'S LIXF.XS, Christ, our JSaviur wax a Jttr.Ye.s its sword glittering amid the crimson waves Go to lands where men are thrown together Angels Can never!locked know it in my love- '
and those desirous of the aEXL'IXt: without woman's presence.civilization relapse nay memory, r
' obtaining
to tatroni the! olfice newspapers addressed of victory, and inscribing its name upon the And took the key a uvt.
4 t. Il m. rcndi-r! the P ,>tniu ter liable to the are GOODS aled, should with the see full that name the of articS-the firm* they, pttrrhaM ,a Ji-ui!. form he WllfI'- record Fame carries in her hand to posterity sickness and the absence of her influences But still I will say love is a reality-it has .
i like the absence the
sun's from
Their the feature that he bore- ot the
t 1.nIhih1.Ifr1beflbP.crIpti0fl price. Kichttrdton, Son St Otrrfoi, -will point vou to the epitaph of glorj, opening flower. When she rays the sufferer existence it would sacrifice pleasure fame, .
While
on earth, Jews only shared comes
------ Love has written the of deeds fortune everything tear and dear and cherishing
-- a a guarantee of tbe sonuduess and durability of the upon memory loans forth his his -
'Twoc4 r O Goods. Thtealnj! feast by him prepared; that have their monuments in Heaven. arms eyes sparkle, in- i through life, to give joy or pleasure

..i: Q jt fiRE 0NE'V' This caution w renden-d essentially -ces.sary as Save tbcrttiubx, in mercy cast Love of country is but an evidence of the dustry excited refinement walks abroad, by the object outs affectiont-all this I know,
large quantities Inferior and defcrctivt LlneiM a. To iL iintili--* prajtT ut last. and civilization comes rescued from the scpulcjircr and feel
GOODS prepared,sea.ton after sra on and wwletl with the name o. sentiment acknon I edged "rail men. The ... h'1'. only joyvJ.en you are near to me .

of UICHAI'DSON, by Irish Hou *.,ihio n-mllcl' Win n hIs connthey! bad puru'd.. Swiss show i it. as Lake Lucerne rolls its I whcnTcnn Hear the music of youTvoice;arid

of the injury tbtiit! indicted alike. on the American How! his spirit oVrtbeni yearn'd! waves in melody on the birth day of Win Love refines the thoughts", the heart enlarges see four face. With what colors do I paint

container and the manufacturers of tbe genuine Goods, Tell. Tyrol speaks it in the name of Hofer, hath its seat iu icasou. Hut without: the future lit up byourpleasnrcsmn through
'J LliiiffiOS will not readily abandon a busiuevs so profitable, As with inoff than jtrophtff eye woman's smile dies-co-existent with reason i it uHonc511c1dc
( ) while purchaser be with Good ofa ]!. di.lh all their and the paintings,which exhibit the irJiife as through a hedge in '
*$ (( I \ ) worthless cbaractrr.* ran imiKMed i/n J..il'tw! bat t tuiSl'd\\'lIt"M wail dsery, Eagle of Vienna bleeding on the rocks of is the desire beaus of and)love the-we standard feel it of stonning ouryouujr ano"-noLJe triumphs of fame like royal

d J. BULLOCKE & J. IJ. LOCKE, j i. Ireland that Cinderella of nations beauty we I suns that come rippling up a silver strand of
"\\rorLl t anuHtu.ctd us" "itiz."I1 ..t Ja"k80U\'m Floats upon the evening pale.And ;;; most frequently apply through life, the insensibility clouds
Agi-utt, a t> Church Stieet New Yoik. utters it in tears, from the distraction and } come swimming up before me on the
and the tra-le If 1&4 Kluiida ynerally,that 1..a. IH- .
11 SO18 done the time is the first
._ oi..tutl tb* new' bt'tr'*un the ("nirr vf llay & hip: 5S. lySEGAItS w h'n on the rrn" be died desertion in which her more favored sisters at strong; rivers of its joy. I sec peace sitting on the

r.n at"-. aud is u .w piepared toM11I'fru Still with love divine he cried have left her; but with burning brain and; impression love has made upon our hearts cottage porchamid the flowers with innocence '
I' SEGAIIS! The object long since have slept) in the locked in
Loir for Catlt. VVIiolctaU *r subccrib Oh they know not what they do! throbbing hearts many an Irishman feels) may i. sleep within her arms-the very-
informs bis friend and
respectfully where. flowers
quiet moonlight arc wavingon air is
TilE to pleasant for there is
3HUn, that he has jut received-in additionto Pat her! yrtforgirt the Jeif.Tnusaselfdeludrd and exclaims me a holiness
: ALL! KINDS bill already large stock-k choice lot of Segars, race "Jlore dear in their sorrows, thy tears and thy show- her gra.c-she may have been separated I in loving you, that makes me feel that Heaven _

: Phmtation. Mill. ][, 4)1'I among "'web'ill be found tic r..l1uwil1' That could blight such wondrous n. from us year-time distance, but the spirit is nearer and Angels might come downto
tI BRANDS. grace. Than tbe rest of the world in their sunniest hour" I that elicited your firt heart worship, still I visit me as looked for guests. "With

. 0"5111'1"1.t' I Ji Creolla fior de Prensado Then it was that like a pall America breaths it tit the name entwined I lives amid the shadows) of our memory-a simple the world i il'o running over with happiness you.
llnvir.r \*+n. for ,"vrral y'&'. a partner in a larprt La Creolla Primera with freeman's
aspiration, A name that word times has made the heart
4 ll bu i- Tell the dark curse, all every at vibrate i without earth was of mist and
JH Wk:> ctitniiii-M iii b m .. cit.- nf tb, .uitrtl Statrn, and echoes along the corridors of time spoken with a thousand thoughts; the soul has a secret I tears and
- r. % m a1!! tIe \brJ i' La Flor del Tropico, Of that atifllJo:4lll1mp) and pride. ; never sun can rise upon its gloom
'= lit* aur .ii.u. .illl artin; ."pnrrbaMrrK for bun and KendoM, Wli-n thur I'riute they crucified. by Fame with a ,voice Lore tunes with the intercommunication with objects previously save in your eyes its morning beam is nursed. I

l"riu jTHij; all their taeil'ni for Ijiiyingto bin aid. 3Ir.K La Montera, centuries have melody) of'a nations hopes, and carriers on a unnoted. The whispering wind that t Dec. 25 lS.38. I
:"JLirn f"'l" oinfi-1-ut tbkt' be ran iflVr, El Comic NeswlJmde Ojiern. liighteeu pastWill natiunA Heaven.This i
prnyer&to steals o'er beds of flowers and lulls the bud
PLANTERS AND El Condc de FrftM'ilrode MedianaA that cur*IUTu r last .
r 1XHUCKMKXT6TO!) : 1 \ Emperatrix Eugenia is but an outward demonstration of I r within its folded leaves to sleep,now stirs some Cousiulug. -

\t CdUNTRV) 'J'UAIE114.: UNSURPASSKD Kotbeschildes, Does not prophecy; foretell an inner and innate sentiment, more brightly lltdoI're enco to the mind and speaks i

IN I (iE; (-R- Iji Palmetra A blighter day for Israel interwoven, within our own breasts. For with a mysterious want tiflCord.r, and we can \Vc think it about time to again put the
j 1.OIl 1'LO- Star; of the West-Opera,
following good storiu circulation
K. When though now among the dead, there never yet lived aman, no matter how exclaim,: :

R IDA.A .1 uric TuUpuiap vent as, Zion shall exalt her head fAll desperate bill despair, how misty with griefthe "We have seen the w lId flowers springing A country gentleman, several years ago,

nth n- -ff..it ,'m; IK- ma.lr TO (W"S.GOOD Emubicion.Centura the cities of the earth.The.o sky that arched his future, how In wood, and field and gltn, visited Boston and immediately repaired to .
\Vfi! |.>\.-: Ti\l: IX JACKMIXVILLKrrriirlii :- Chiron many Whence a thousand birds are singing :. the house of a relative, a lady who bad married
and around
ziimwhai -
must own her royal tirth hopes were pale dying t
frum New V.'ik and IWum &t Jacksonville Union Jack. And my thoughts were of thee! then a merchant. The
:. I'lll'.AI'KK Savautuh..and! thr rxints no Cn. &c. &c. wrecks of friendship lay bleeding at his feet, parties were glad to
''.'IIU .h gu.4 may not b* ..M! here as chap as Abu 20,01)0 nu' American Sugars, from 7 $10 I to M. When their Khiloh'ii dazzling light that has not felt, and is not capable of feeling For th'-re i is nothing gladsome round mco, see him. and invited him to make their house

UI Pai.r.Ii.4.4'Udd II. LEWIS. Uur..tiug on the Jewish bight the touch of love't gentleness. He Nothing beautiful to s.-e. his home (as ho had declared his intention of i

ID U..tln.ill bt recritet] rojitliuially fruin tbe part'mNiV. Jnlj 22 IK1. Bay Street.STOKE. It.ud i forc'er the Vail away. become 11isogcnie and imagine himself scar may Since But thy KeloOjUent: beauty of spell thee.ha.j.* bound m., remaining in the city but a day or two.)} .' ,

Which obscure tln-ir mental ed he The husband of the lady, anxious to show
ray to impression, but might as well imagine f
CAKEKl'I.I.Y r.l.EnED! AND : uv Then that nation-Heaven born- blindness where bis gazed Love begins to look for something mure attention to a relative and friend of his wife,. f

Hunan'tU: \' LOW.It Cheap Gronefiet, Confectionerict, ifr.THE Christians!-w ill ye dare to scorn T the sunlight or death when eyes life's pulsations upon companionable than streams rippling) ] along took the gentleman's horse to a livery stable] i
tlM ubu Charlrcton and I ; in the sunshine-than birds that fill the Heavens
in to
puqMMM p ; undersigned begs leave to inform hi* friends in tho neighborhood. Finally, his visit became
thrilled within the is vain. It :
-animb tn buv- swiit.! t.kaw rail and our prices the that be has imagination with music than
.. : JTK public generally returnedfrom Christians! read the Rook .fl.iZId. mountains lifting up a visitation, and the merchant
IU af'I..tu .:l.-t..r.. tlar" J..rct un. tin North with M well-selected stock Groceries, is impossible against nature, as well might their heads to meet the after ,
day
Jal"I."UIt.. L"J P t. &. Oct 7, and Confectionerwhich be will sell cheap fur cash I'ray for power to st'e aright, the shore resist the embrace of the enamored I and the troubled -man wants association the lapse of eleven days, found,besideslodg- t

and ca,h nI,. The stock consuts principally of the; firs tlKJeie-tlte Gentile neil, wave that runs to kiss her sands. Love I impulse that now iug and bearding :gentleman, a pretty
up i lain is the desire 1
is saered guides along to meet some considerable
following articles, viz: Lttnjirhtre text. bill had
run at tie
WARDS CELEBRATED SPECIFIC. U law of and is I up livery t
a nature, as long as nature
fUmr.-tsuperfiw and K: tra Family. Tis which will face upon whose lips charmed words lingerlike stable.]
our pride not he
sen Accordingly,
For the GUet went to the
cure of Gonorrhtra Syphilis, BlIlkr.-GO&Moaud true to her divinity love must live in hu man t
Country.Chtfff dream of music to
That the Jew be.Kvennow A ; meet some heart: who the stable
rkt and
jet) must kept told .him when the
.o.lrrlurc, 4r. 4"" -Best Gohen.Lard. man hearts. Kings have thrown down their that will beat his how "
to oft
'Hills rtnrdy ban 1 been .ste-nahorlr un-d in the .-Baltimore No 1 leaf. diadems-freeman bartered their liberty responsive own, gentleman took the horse he should pay his
JL ftnucipalVu..id hu pitmln of Europe with theatjoiaebiry 5./.r..-New Orleans Porto Rico, Musccxlavo.Crosbrd there-ems to glrani we miss the.very thing we seek, and with two till.

tltU t fcuccr; and be proprietor l'ththI Powdered Li af, Clarified, A B. C. and cof In the;East, a slender beam amid death draperied in gloom cold as the much hast to pass by the very thing we looked Very good,' said the stable-keeper fl

et..t nfidru'cr in fomineudiiig th'u fee. Ofthat lung unexpected day- frozen tears of sorrow been embraced at its for-early marriages lead oft to capricious understand TOU. ;
ol r-metlv to those afHicU-d with lb* aboy o-oaaxd C.J.-Eio. Java, Lagnara Cuba and ground Bio.T i i Christians! behest. Love is an clement within us, reflecting the of the choice .
its
f hurry
.... can ye site way regret very pro-sup -Accordingly short time
u.-Soocbong, gunpowder, young and old hy its colors a the country- -
CF Price 50 cent. a Bottle 2 son, and black. Must ye waft the dazzling light upon every hope, thought posing iuaptucss, but in love reason is blind;;; gentleman went to the stable and ordered hi*, .
and and tbe
it future seems
Md&se.s-West India New Orleans, Muscovado p, Of its tuooutides gloriouu hight T aspiration to : we cannot argue ourselves into love or by ad. horse to be got ready. The bill of
and Florida like some rich radiant scene, where thoughtlike course was/
WHOLESALE AGENTS Sugar-bouse, Syrup vicebningforthi :lfi ction. lose U an impulse presented.

E. P. WEBSTER A Co, Bacon.-Sides, Shoulder, Ham. Tt not that a Uothscbtld'fl gold, living things are moving'to amusic hope and when it acts from impulse. seldom results '0 said the .
Wltolesalf and Retail Dneggiats.iMkMAV1ILE Berf.Corned.,Fulton Market. Dried and Tongues..Fu I'o tent o'er kings doth hold plays strings of sweetness, while .tbe gentleman, Mr.relative my
*.-Smoked Sammou, Mackcral NO'St&3, power ; upon in wrong, it is only when we would ar willl)8J- this.' .
: I U,.ItIO.U 5 I/ Cod Fish Sardines. \ot that one ,,Jewish rae, past becomes memory where the lightest, gue and reason against impulse that error: .Very good, sir,' said the
Market and 111"... 'mid footfall of the tiniest thought will wake( stable-keeper;
Perk.-Fulton Fill England's great a place; and its train of ills get opening our fortunes to order '
I'urecompoutid S)'rupofSar aparUIa PrMJIU.-Irisb and Sweet Potatoes, Corn meal an El Hut 'tis iu the pnlte that throbs, ecbocs that thrill like an inspiration. Love needs no does not wait 'please get nn from Mr. : it
Tb'l argument will be thfi '
and Iodine of PotUaa."rrpcrrllrll" same as
GrisU.Cratiert. money.
Wakened sobs.In words of tbe loved not like
by Mortara's are images for reason, but like the lightning on the
.Wine. fWd Sugar, Congress, Bontou I sky. The horse was put up again, and down
shadows but Plutarch has i it
Fret*, and Gtnmint JrttcUt. Butter and Pilot bread.pidika.Miit'd in expressed It comes as iustancous and asbri'ht., Uray; went the'
IpOU: I'Urifvujjr Uie Ulood.ud general on reoovaling and Gherkins. a gush of',"patby, ate "ellaII'died in fire" and in the languageof haired sires may beg the youth to beg.offlov- which ccuntry the merchant gentleman to Long Wharf. ,

the MSU-IQ; fur tin reiuuval and perma&e&te />>&-Raisons. Citron. Currants Fig. CocoaputPine Melts tbe Christian's apathy ; Emerson become tbe "study.of midnight." face and I, on kept. .. .
ing some sweet '
.
Ofdaa..e )Laving their origin in an impure aLa te Apples Apples &f Soon he will give a brother's hand, How often have the felt tIle sensation young marry age Well, said he, 1 am going now.'
of th* Wood,..I liabit of the *y_tein: naaely-&rc 4:. Ku.Almonds, English Walnuts, and a variety To that exil'd band young for affluence Iou might as well preach to Arc you ?' said the merchant. "Well,
stricken ; which first wakes the soul! and makes i it
.1 la, iniu "ort forms; llheumatUnn Stubborn Uln 1-1 of others, cats to leave C liking for young bircs.
; CouiMwoii Eruptions. welling ol1be GUnds L I T0toa..-of various kinds and quality.&gmrs.Amcrkan And no lunger wrapped in pride, tremble in its very joy-seekingthe solitude ture repudiates the argument, and wl. NaI i gcod Well bye' :

Dynp"feuwr Jud..t..u-, Salt Ubenm Lou of Appe- Spanish and Cheroots. Pay "rm liolier-siand aside" of some old wood, lay down beneath some voice of passion i it from the brain. abcut my horse; "Ibe man says tbe*"
7Crnuua IVbilh--; J..iCumplaiDt Fern Sores err.-8apr Plumbs. Cream Candy. &' tree whose flowers spurns bill must be paid for his keeping/ ?
blossoming were opening.
Itilec; and diwatr arwing from an injudicious use otrcury. Litun-B8t quality oC old Brandies u'b a; Then shall break the glorious day, with Marringc'e'for love, is an outrage upon ',Well I, :I suppose this i is.all ti b't,'slr.'
a OtarS, Dnpoy & Co, Tinet CostUlion & Co.. Pear i 71ei. shall darkness flee to the kissing nun, and held converse law, society, and God,elc why'have, given 'Ye will but
kno.\jr
away. \\a wifoVcousin.
11. cimipVxi. U grratlr improved by iU us*, and tc, GUIS American and Holland Rum, Jamaica' hisftrieM0Kfs that spoke. to him of joy us heart hearts that will throb with joy you your -
M a Spriuj and Tail I'uriti.rlt stands ttnriyali'd.Prearedon1y Borbon Whiskey, MonongeheU, rectified &c. And th. water, and (he blood. t. ditn'/ o seuseu bey seemed like some faroff and tenderness and sacrifice its .

Wsaa-Cban'paigne, Port, Cherry Sweet, Madeira Pour o'er all a cleansing flood. star the passing cloud bad shaded from bis evcry.puJaation 1l1', *, said the merchant I fcnow YOU,;rc..o
for the face that thrills it.
by Claret and French Cordials Lemon Syrup. Jew and Gentile then shall sing, If.daughtereoLe"dient' lityOZWAOrSCiflQt4'
E- P. IVEns T E Ill co. Smndruf Yeast powders,yeast cakes, cremor tar view smiles on his lips went down to visit i: ton f f fattier sl will biud'tLe-m.. 7
Christ lords and is Ktico.
of kings
hCJ1c'sale and Retail DrnggisU, tar. ealeratus, sal-soda indigo ,mustard, maccarroni. ... radiantiop..I born in bit heart, and linking selves avarice and age .is best to 'omit. Mr",James *
BESSIE B Hogg was married to Miss
EU
matches vermicelli pearl starch, corn starch rice, there mount upward to his brain to give the ,
'
the
JCkPoIT1I.LE I let be
made ask no
rl..IlID.AuJ. 5 Jy. nails of different sizes and white lead of aU kinds, Pine Cottage, Fla., 1359. welcome and' strangers ceremony no vows la Hcanc, lately. What can be more hatiu '. '
new thoughts all seem -
NOTICE. spice, pepper, ginger, nutmegs mace. cloves cassia, 4 [ questions-let the deed be done in, silence ral than tbe union of pork and beans But .

ground pepper, ground ginger, and candies asst. -firrittemffrthe Standard,) .. wandering at each others presence till apd darkness. 'Tis ,best that Heaven be this union socms'all.onesided *

ALL pmons. deceased.indebted late to tbe estate of Dr. L. B. JJad4-paintrd cedar and bras bound, also, /_ Light o fitly Home. lore dropsin to pay a,call J, and sets,.them. It not offended, man may sell hlm elf. But hi C to a whole hogrvrvJobn -only onehean. .
of Duval are benI. i
County and tab of aU d.I.F" dance
brooms to a 1'i uiic.
Iy requ.iitrd to maL upon waye" who is'so a coward, that be tremble -
great
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1uinetjj the
an- : Cash paid fas hide, and all other produce. / I.
i"'aptd t ; and those )baring ciajjig said Ne P. BRENNAN. BY HORACE. From Inch scene M this,'bow oft repeated to meet the world and live,-go down hill wit!11 Phenix.'w nt to the theater 'once'

"ltLID tp.art'the nqucsti4 lim. to J.l't'IWI1t them duly&tL'titti d, Raw &, mat door to Ftaggs' Jewelry Store. / are the, dreams ,now brightly playing ruined hopes, cnfeabled, nerveless intellect, when.'! Smith was advertised to appear I,\

be pfcad in bar of prescribed their recuteiy.by lAw or this b
STELLA SLAm:dninistrvtrx.=. .LEWIS'has crime SEGARS and no mia 1 Nefctling warmly&my heart,. object,pleasure now oflife-every hope i his destiny unfulfilled. Let me meet the return of his money, for, said Ke .

E. ARIiS, AJa tr t r. .H. take. Call and try them .:: Shielding me from blame ao blindly, blended with ibis new. /ore-it .blends with the recking world, even though qs a giant i it Mrs. Smith appeared whole:during both pet'

Jacksonville, }O".IO.18 'JunI,22,188. ,' Ever mindful when apart. .. p". .fnr* 0e, .stimulate with :ambition: approach me, and with poverty fight ban I formances. --
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thing must bo pertmttea1 to grdw naturiil- ; VV : stUel : In a late kmajre ;all lf d tOt above j4 V

This sslgcct i is fast 'attracting the serious land healthy, or UTrill become dbcasedJaqd iVV rV4yc : ;V 7 V jV to heat J 4tRwiVVp4iavftbeen

attention of the bestmen: and greatest '\Bytprobibjlwg the wpply ofgiiogljcs -' interrogalio >,1M|ia3pioljovrfug has sumncd!T 2 oc ? $. VVba
minds at the South : and the more it is'in- frfim Africa f |py year, Congress : IvE : KP*& im4 hare m opjfttumt3d afford our read* a.tte ,
*** has thestroi vjality f rif *lTefy it in thcnega ; whcijtraU wioifle I
brought
the rf the"laws cf nature ( gro son, .. r ? of th Era, n> .
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Twtigatcd; lights .f. cfs'with tlw vif .cijtocoU h1
f fevcrkh idpainful nMtes ie ot1'VlPhtoXV
astalc
into
in thh(country |>f tlie'o'pposjti eWi Jos tlakejrfofgninfeilTliaTrbccausd" tntelllgitcc tbnt1mo wa ordcrcmL !'yth'JIndia f: V V 47 tl5c'As Yn :
i'::; : nnd morality, as well as those of'political excitement* Slavery Jias pnly onc :s-h i puuc ;' SegW, fo, toleftvo their cpufi try) wherohati setfurth thifcllo ng V lb cobipar1rve Lw's

economy and government, the more favorable more battle I to fight-one purely of principle 0$ was cncrajred in surveying. On thecLTh1MThek ttiorninf ''wflwwwu*most** of readers iria si are* donhtl eT" wJi aware* j JU

: it glows in public scutitacnt. The following -vindicate iurevcrits justice, itshumaUfity V a resolution* fo-taker tho sennc:fncrpeopTie those two intrum.ats. V
: perhaps
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able letter from the of Dr. DAX- and it* right.- ;* ,:VV;= thic St ki son's team, was met by Indians, and, by of our State in regard to thccctsion of West cicty .tti 4e'sFUakItVi Voter1n
pn It is not dUficult to place the whole argument has arrived at this sagq con lu cjtfallyIs 4zpe ThraT tl4imit1c.ablo gnSf oraferea to I Florida to Alabama passed, both houses cfour.legislature. ;

t EL-LEE,Agricultural Professor the Athens ,pro and con inn nut shell. Slavcholding.is no longer a Democratic party Cither leave in two dayS On tho 10th, Hf. Jack.RoIiinc Aa this is.a step so, deeply cncc than any others

((Ja.).College is worthy of special note. cither wrong, or it is right* Adopt of: the IJnion or of Uie 'Sftitc. Q bL P *he mflpMiy *itIi tijorest' -' .?-' L3rty-, affect ing-the interests of our section of the The rioter, the bully,
,
ATHr.\s, Feb. 3, 1859. I ibttt half of the proposition which.6ays it is ssfjiV t3tiIkl4)o.es our citizens (to consider itrwcirbcfore employ jho ono for the

JAMES V GAED.XCR, KSQ.-My dear Sir:- wrong, and work your principle out.lo; iitf "Hcvitable ttcy are called upon to take the V

Having answered the agricul tural part ofy our resul Li,and you will I >on sccJhclasi I c ts : 4 : I V

letter, on another sheet, 1 piecccd to reply! of the. wrong. Maintain that slavcholdftig '"The Democracy Fldridajs undoubtedly for ir fight. fr. 3. tlcemnl it pnient toomnlly decision. It woul i A'fl tkjem, have been far AVCU!

to itstclosing sentence, which is follows: is right, and you will soon l>e compelled1 to : rack aii<} wcbelievciieimpzcssion! prety with tlieirt jtieiit nn& on the 11th, inorceqiftftble fen yrno&kiflgOC1 GOfHt fitis, jy scstcd'itt inojals-ef- society and U

"I have been strongly ;hnprc.*6c0.by the*pam. open up this right to all, by'adopting' | generally prevajbt, that the jdiscasc with abatidoned lats 'mk nd saited( furthits 1amce. to have lefttlrotnJattcTJcntitdy decis- strineutl6ini5u; \U oTffcn crl-

phlet Robert G. Harper, } sq.,ou the African temof free trade in slave-propeity. An argument which it is afflicted,*.!* incurable., We have At the old station, on Fifh-Eatingj, Greek, font of the rrt V :mnost;dfcply4inter'Ited4 the: sy3. *hncrir. c*sjitlie;, ujja.laptU-5 -%;.V
slave tiade, and I would like much to see that i is practically in favor of slave the strongest reason for believing that some he saw many women and hmIdreu.V |r it i frgcnerallylieltev d that i iof fnfiite aet ii tonguc taof pr I

a reply from your pen." holding for a few, atid'ngmnfct it for the many iof the mosf itntinenfliUd'tfktlfaV doctors in This is nbo-fttfthc iKubstatice of Mh Jack- the Jcgl! *trirot\iir be; JtifTuenccfl: :l lhe? t rue tion, aifd more skifn|:in cTuVShg:

My profcssionalvdnties at this time will not may be equally learned and ingenious it attendance( oil the patient harty pronounced son'a statement, wliiclonay bo rclifyl upon decision *tt tho Vestij w| thc.rrj' lbq'pnt;): tinim stt mtts siayipoowoitpbaractrm4

;_V.' V allow me torcviewat length,were I so dispos- can do nothing but harm to all parties the case ,not'onlylbey 'th1rendt'*oF medicine as autlicrittc.v; 'The Indians; ''ho :6npjkps< to V ted in the East 'or not.-.and tliisj \vdthinksfchpuH ;

ed. Mr.Ifcrper's statements,facts and logic.Bprcad Verv* respectfully DANIEt, LEE.V butexpi-bs O3' the'v'hpinlotf' iif'tfic consultation bc.thoso;who visited CoL Iicctor buJ would l fcc the;trtfe fefcrf i tstcflttth1lbn" ib1e iii ;ts patijre and it ies 1friirt py4

i.- over t-eveuty-cight p.Jges of printed room, that the (11110Jiad! come when hot agree to emigrate: From their Conduct, mooted controversy. We! mIii .i1&st4 dCIflSCfllC&it of)*t4 : ..4.uhicuaUu .

matter, is an able "argument against' tim reopening the part\* might for tlitf, gobil oflie\ State,.to we may infer,that they are not so pcliccably fated.the rigltt-of.State; ee.ccssipnjrgnd if} 3t5 morat V.$9ceaep
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cf the African slave trade." Hut, JACKSONVILLE STANDARD.. be disbanded. V Doctorsyou tfs.tf kn6vare- L : privileged disposed us our fricmjLlL-A. G. wuuM: have l proper for a State':tcr ecedev wbynotifura; !;

ri as 1 have children, some of whom have been to differ,' .tiuiiii"'tliis *eaei.we; think Liv believe. V s V \ portion eta Stafc' And irVthinfc th tt thit ado with pistol in hand; nn4.p.ttLe :wehtas1todTthfl

V born in Georgia and grand-children, to share JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. V i I their opinion
in the future of South -whether prosperous we learn are on foot, nu l w.oujd, bo taken at of the the 19th ult. Thil shows that aii.anncxatiot ) AIaa&epcduiu1ddcirableitwiII ,- tpOmiJhmnQralUpaLV VVS.JbC: : -r V V:"5 w g ij/b? V

or otherwise, can hardly bo amiss in me, THURSDAY, MA11CII 3, 1859. oiico, but for jxThittIc, false.modesty,on the bo neither honcntbleioron But what statutes cannot V V
influence 'fair rifle aecompHalij 'fd1
what ,
or any other man, to study closely the future part of some,!of s ancient leadcrfvliq} would clearly promise gcn rotiit

well being of his offspring write and act as be mortified to'see.thcjronce nvoiitl ojid victorious blankets, money, Indian Agents and procrastination 0 tIS compulsory ncai rei to j j gctfdtt V of V character V lad V

become a good citizen, and never forget the party kick the bucket andlgo off upon has on an Indian, more especially .Which is, to one of rim part : may riot a well directed and elcvfei

obligations of a father. V such an inglorious, issue.! .It'having been a Scminole. The Volunteers werobrdcred able one. fc VftSV sentiment ilo I '-, V

You need not be told that I am no lawyer. claimed and conceded that the DciAocracv in and mustered at the time,the Indians The first question, then.'to lcdile&4* The mzrii'or'woman' who g prop ett ilr V IPVf'Jt
Twelvft y&+ e/v.j aiiiL.rurl bw amu connected was the "only party in the SiatO' capable of put Do the people of WWt Floridadeslrct tljnn- S :**t tK TCALI-. rf VjC
hl1WSPPLflJ c4sitVvj.VjtibtTs :
r with the Southern Cultivator, I brought To Co-respondents. .j inaugurating Railroad system," Lu ucla more were surrounded MUll points, with pothing cxationt Andto tlnir query wouu1eua.; !

with me a delicate balance, adapted by con Communications to receive early' attention must be of carrying it into execution, some of its old left them to subsist on, and an Indian Agent, ti"gly\ftnswcrs Yes I" Jt wbclaboring'imde ,' ; ) *.lrinthey are -notin

struction and weights to the weighing of sub Landed in at the Intent by Tuesday noon; and the champions"can't" bear to'see the" party written On!. II Enron, appointed for the pufposq of ',a deliujloii'j bt1t 1Omlc their hearts

stances down to the one hundreth part of a earlier Wfore this, thf bett r. downas lmv'ti*| *l.ingiusncv" 'and. 4U'd of the negotiating their removaL is trto that gallant standr; > .ttjcvc eni dnngroas to society-and \*ssaJFoweotit
of You must writs plainly on but OUR side of the and Anfwfanroa.d.fever:' those the almost IW t -, \\
grain. The mere habit analysing compound "Hail, ; For houses and from unaninmuiisopa. scale of tic'iia&frzo murderer., *z m jk
sheet, tfnUncii, with 11 has because fev
complete your punctuate care Col. EC"?on accomplished probably as -
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and often complex bodies extending and place your Capital*in iheir proper place who have t citI c i1ittft11; 1um'ti-1tailroad nipns of the many private citizen back thirty years, has made my thoughts Write as brief as the nature of the subject will fever, there is some hope, but those who much' am nny one man could towards this object (con versed,, Ve Iiavc c.nnTd.to 4cconcluiouTrwhichVObolivcllavilLbe they

somewhat analytical in their character; and admit. have both-first 01:9 and then the other but had the Volunteers been cept in corrVi-. ; JVsUcb cuafacfefs-

I have, from time to time* carefully weighed responsible All communications name; and must must be be accompanied addressed with tu the a all remedies; liaVe 'failed,1!an3 tlusf we/rcgrbt the field two months longer, they would lit vc borated at tho'' polls.-'.lhmt Lsuclt-a?anUn< i* !uoi, Mmd-hoorab1 c mind aIum1ihhnnkfrc

the numerous and-weighty evils of negro Editor. to snv is' too-niti h the'waX' orlTcmQcracv., '. extinguished their last fire. CVc believe desired. VV bv thrcc-fuitrths/of; VV the inmhtkstits.t VSut ; fill assocaatmoilii,"*wimma, iHncIifh6rfbr-a$ thry
V Jt 'i i-vr. camp 4 V a
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the South aud 1 have also V %J' -.3. *;-v V
slavery at ; weighed Letters peculiarly of y business characttr,with the est Jmoriua.!
If the DcraQcra.tic; pattypj .Iflorida, bo this is the onlr this longj wished! kp>Mld f 41)ZDDV ia fricndslap, atle1i $.
in the same balance, its numerous and diversified Standard office, must bt addressed t<> the publisher, way The reasons !
benefits and advantages. Finding Mr. R.CAXOVA. "sick" it. is because'thcrc'is; wwautofsuI1io; for result can unaccomplished. 'Mnd ttieii mul s.i numerous thnr'their irnnjcibtitl ms legwk, d11bVtIe hand of ihc mnrtlercrtLat.T stlIukin.InctLegflro

the latter to outweigh the former, I regard dent opposing power to awaktil'it if action, not till then"cnn; a Government Surv yorful- we willglaiice at 'feWofIi&pteimUolieg. V$ bfhis wictim .

the institution, taken as a whole, as it ever IPu For the scarcity of editorial matter in a sedentary life ueing no Wre c6uipatible fill! his contract, and our frontier tcttbcrscon- In: tim firstplacc.vvc1bavd' -4raty JAfl1etccI V tP9bfVL; Y VV VV Uoors1as :you V P''wouId

should be, good thing where it is. the issue, have to indisposition believed Nature Jmn-clf Jiadilra\yu-
a Having present we plead an with the health of!bodies political.tlfian with sider themselves safe. i that / tcueuuucrpvuttbu roan or. tire

its foundation in nature, and being at once a that disqualifies us for thought ?__ ___. __ boundary Iin bete iAIabamnnand.uIonidan
those.corpprcaL.Vpha.Vo hear L J B L B.
thing a living thing, and a thing lwig lepu. V hikolimIti.v t. who-.rnters Leu exth your roof
good
young or labor. We shall endcaror, under Oregon Admilted.V t thicA1ala FIi4 1sk.e
depressing -
r in young America,, with more than half the ing of tho dmobtioir and destruction;*of the sing VHian1tii1e a4 nutges & V iuf pfctcd oCyotmrhha1talItyieks.sta trsiaiii

new world in which to grow, expand and circumstances to give our kind readers Democratic party; botVTCational tamid'State, 'We notice in proceedings Gnngress other States with nn.immensolantic Guiflanti 'M c 1!) 'ia1icj oConr ncighlibrli

multiply its blessings, under the of their usual quantity of matter in our next.Vo it' :time ir iu ;. : VV V
auspices but uoine ho\v/or olhcrv When tiii; elections that ();ogon has been adnutted into the coast hnitllng na mvth'cs V 'keym 0 such m the streets as WO LLciir.igb1
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; free trade iu slave labor, I do not .sec the wisdom bV ,> / ir4.pv? -?, $' :''* V the gulf, certainly has rin ed'bf persons you
penipcrac, Union, and that without noise or.confufcion. presMpg
. of assuming, after the experience cf the \ would call the special attention transpire HM i"irinmpiiant!! rWetell any the strip offcoaiff lying .Oe Wcvn,tlie'i ; 1ydra for they ate thcJuctiiI l rari
the
last fifty years that this kind of labor is unproductive ef our readers to the fact that there is Senthzcltbntso.loigas/ there i ia is V achicola and I'crdido llivjcns, stud CAU spare !-hnpta uiwtbeputnid cleiacnU in'acXyaHto

and o little value, and thcrcfoie Auction Room established in this City. Fort ani Constitution, there5; %ill be VT a Deniocralic; Is it not a remarkable fact, that when a withonVInci>iivcnichcp> t'o1a sisters i State- tyL, cverdig-it cp* th&enea

that it should not be increased by any fresh party, for DemocrtifeV i Uie c enec5 of that Northern State 'applies for admission into whose VIifltIIC frado'iS conftncd to one of vice l'o which to contaminate
from Africa. It strikes that particulars sec advertisement. i"chart V : '* *'f-n 'i?*f> W* '* cosij" : ,J *,. te
importation me
ha.rbor-a small fruu1ic sprriiiw1- j j.
of.amnnmcanjmbcTticr, .. 'V. the Union, members Congress from all portiomi Ja4tJ3rflV)41zl3. Its
Jiy rnorfi reineimusis.
VV V j I fl V society
that there must be sonietlung incurably Vft
wrong "Hail Columbia." ant resources.. The Statej4ftAlabama.
in this species of industry which 1 do not .Democrats may den1Jy'rnng1e.puojmg.them sections march tip and receive her so Iently, with flVand' jKiptilation of great iieaVlyva"inilljon->i5lrf UV thnftowflin lowu tlic pcw sr

and cannot discover; or something equally "Look out for lie Engine, when the whistle selves about ,ieei's'wqi, that the country scarce V knows that the cycnt an aVenigo'brer.3th of I5f( mile Ts r- ncr. V(4V V V *& V V t'ie! VV V

wrong in the facts and logic which oppose its blows !" The Sclir: KfuJricK Fih has pies whiclm'art, eteimiAl 1iijjpctvt1l has taken place ; V Lflt'ivJmI aV Souliiern or tainlntitle4 sc o.vttb6jndarv ofinoreThan propogucrot* cRdaJmlme.. VV $V eSi V
the South ,' ** ** **
the
natural growth at ou common arrived with V Iron 4 Iio1d'1iinm 'cpinpact'union' against all Slave State applies,, it'is oiAy at tlie peril 5O muesr Ji convju-uwiar.colly oneshnIIowIiarbor. V V VV j VV5Lp ; :. V
t sense rule of allowing free trade in this more forMhb F. A. & (-. V V : ,,-i ": J >"$> 'i** '* jr4ct!
very C..B. the devices,of the oppo.sjioii wljosq.creed i* of n of Government and. noise j. ,, ? > ?'
and :R. We understand .from Mr..UucK- ,; rupture V V *! /
productive, very reproductive money ; V In tifesccqua V 5 V V jIue'inlerofjB o.. V 1)en.sacoht s vcicry p ro and safe*. T ;Lt enclV ojc;
; power. That slave labor is a power, which MAN, the gentlemanly Superintendent, that predicated upon nutagoidsum 4o.the genius of that shakes the civilized world! VV 'j -*.v : i ;..tvi.WT'j'vf'i $ thlittItViikciiiWuro1t Et or

; differs from coined gold and silver in being the I had will bo completed to Baldwin, >by theConstitution, no less; thrth to* its letter; lltu i* food for.thought J f bo ,immca nr UV advanced Jby the.jaime fan 'wi1ia%; t4pI

reproductive by the active force of vitality, Saturday next. We intend rusticating. Parties'thust'fnli 4erf/lkVtliat:6ftlie| : ; cW<: TheVtHn. James L,. Sevsrard on the TATT Prohibiting tion. We wotthK become cniiureted with- ii :
such an no mere dead matter can possess, nelt lake ilk fo'oluU VtV
are inaiVa onseV Ijjuilfupon..the tho 4canS.avaVTr ado.. State InOT'O.p6p111UnOr1t13JW442aII *
will not be denied. That this living, indus V : ;
The ILudics* san4 "iu-Jicn.tho/wiuds land wdt ay more publicatithcdtIraacven* Vp
;c.om ,
trial is ( rof
power incidentally political us a conservative !beat it, it 11 'On the,(dcbatCf,strike/rom the Consular fold wiht lflV the I werllMUseuif Cmife s'int.
I element in the confederacy, for the upon nndjfyr'tljiHreaso u tbcIliSiiVo V
hturhi of late miot-V liichvW intI .
to much
: equal'' benefit-of lijarfriswmTtLcr ontlrr ------ V a. tnww 4 i n? 1 Cllinj M l o Bp' h

; 6jtb'Tr'W'cst-d cs not lesson its value in wcTdesir'cd to do, te1hioVlastce of of sign hoying/seeu ft uTVBinlHar catse! >,' tiiig873dopfor maintenanco of tlmjBc- tlua
RitCnth'tZidattof
; my estimation.I bur fair leaders,*yet we" beg to assure tli cut two ,? three *PJf Aa.Africans! tIcrjhicirrctur1) Jto .Mi4ca, the seven Coiigregjjtoua r day beforc twJuskc& fthici'oiiVwrit
or State
r !
V ? onnizmtiotmflc1&lped fo oi>. onch a teelingof and'persionafprUfeJWhe
: have analysed the existing hostility to thr.t! we itecer forget them. Immediatelyafter ishp.expire- V njii! arjnf. .Byt ,articiiiic. thp'J1eraocratlcr Hon. Hcprescnlative theist CcmgrcsGcorgindlfl. ? viewedjtf this 1 4 )idfKli"el Of llabeusCwrpn.H f r ttru of the

lave labor as it exists in this country and in the contest of heated politicitl.camrpaign ; '*tTonATi) f net of. .the folio arc .t )o:numerous .tp.rccuuut, aiqe&

Europe; and it has everywhere tiLe same which, from its importance absorbed .jliatvha otholr;: ifouudatiQit on wing pertinent remarks..... V not dwell upon thcm Kvcrr thinkin j: jui nix, whitLLknleIqA L1n ; 4rha
V //basis, as a chemist would say, namely that it the rock of tlio CoiiKtitution,nnd' (lint!Lattie] can make soihcfTiddftwn tl&flst '
our attention and engrossed our columns, we Tarfi to tho'auYendineiit! twowtks sinr.e TV
1 opposed as' laui grudop.ahu
.wrongs somebody. Therefore,as itaoponentsiSay. to thimtiiiY'it! V pninetple'rn aIa't&iht: ; 1at! In the third ailVanfngea *
., and doubtless believe, the system is itself were called, by duty, 1? another theater of -'-.- \ '. .ify.
tempting to en *pUtUiefeon n Yaoid strange to of*.great ly [superior co'de j>f iaw*. \rt -. ;t : J t; t % ,
give for it.' I look
reasons the
wrong and ought to be abolished. All action, and have been so-circumstanced that V my upon The essrs. IVacock-auaJ.lemons,ana vthc.
doctrincsuorto; rear ,up Against itgother i( law for the suppression of the,slave trade detestnbjofu tyrnifnicfqiftgeof upccial -
the ax
the laws which prohibit bringing of have not had it iu that
persons we our to !
power give pleading would Uanbpli4ieathjs c.l ildrpt ifma1Ibdw.dway4; skniitb,
V who are slaves in Africa into the Southern arid false altars, have built a hbnsV'Mrhiclithoitgli mischievous and wrong.: .While I do not | tWatldy
V
States, assume that slave holding slave general contribution of original or selected the storm rhge oVdfariffih'rbifgl M-ilf% pretend to commit myself reference. to the receive the benefit nf ja-n/orc'liboral' :systezmj Thompson sjip cared .specially Si*
matter, which from Its nature would be calculated of public1 entioii/ and t hfe a IVtU
trading, and slave labor, deserve the execration stand ecnre and ansljakcn.There is ,avii'tality policy.of slaya trade- V as effecting.4the I4ct' urutiom V rb'tteutiaryt4hamcb '- rcanf te U ,nmoncra.IMOL J i I.aciuifonueil tjic atgInetof
of mankind. Bringing negroes from to entertain our numerous lady.read 3tte8wlIose11ItCrCStS would be louche by counsel ou both sides Vv were r- aolo eflfom.
in-Dcmodrac thht'i hexhan'sfcibie.i needed, as, owing toJ fifA..
orwao
t Africa iu the best state rooms of a floating ers. To-day, however, wo place in our ccjmnnjia.lcautifully ,.,-%. ,*V r4i*! ft.7iwn' ;' fe. vi; ft.i ; it, I am opposed ta'thpnvhole Jaw, bccnusu Prison, a WP alisosl dcsorVcs of eSI1&4115Vfl
Arraign oure, a ams Mr S 1 think it and violation of tiicC may scamp
palace, and the objection and principle would written | itj ,J enji f/.. fvrong ntittition. *"
"Essay on Lore, V V to grace thehahter', esca ? V :hc .
remain the same. The anti-slavery law that V upon tlierLssuc: of any\of the snutlun ilHpsc'dt-frce .. .
\ .
whicipwe ; tram- death liftlertoo( ; --j( % j< r J P -i -
took effect iu 1803, against the importation find re-published lit.the Empire tied und rfvctot dtlien that .iiw8 In The act suppressing the slave trade actually penalty is a scverq for the terse .xTko citbcus herq have*taica hoid,

of negroes, was founded on the notion that State, (Griffin, Ga.,) from the "Staff Press1 atty .subjects tho:property of citizens to forTe1titrJ crime ho is charged with.-- */ &t ti c'll.'ir.connection in the
antagonism to the Odnititatiohij We gtzjr.t
't6'flrjsc mi htfdwcll t-Roi
timecxpenio'antl
or o length
; forever. If upon
slavehoiding was great curse to the and, which we recognise.as coming from time gentlemen look at the '
country. principleri4wilh"whicfliitlie '1) Alnis incohvenitpcel 1o which, the $tBth4ith1.(ie)ca4aiotesa*
Constitution
idracy will find
Concede that this idea has truth and sound of of they that there iti.no
an adopted son It is
pen Georgia. a '
t principle to rest upon, and the institution will gone forth'to'bai'tio.'iil''IStale. or Kdfion. and crime known to it, except treason, for which members of tlie legislature from the West are jCOflZtl'Ob1igmtTO Sthis.t bnitloaciduL" Vt
glorious subject beautifully treated ; but lest V V TV :'7'" S *;:'! V *V fi'V v IVJ&li V subjected in reaching the Capital, aud chime t It V
soon fall before the ever augmenting force of which h.a.vp. bcc/i proclaimc/lr jipcquivocally, a man's property can be forfeited nnd then \n arrangement Las' been made_ wttli a rior-
we mar it by any comment,of ours, we leave for his life. And superior casd and facility-"w-itU! tirhicli they t V '
I public opinion. Principles are no less eternal ;in itBplatforms, rind you.wUlsoOndiscovcrxto only yet we arc appropriating hern Banker and CapftaUstjof Mgh stand
than the great and good Being who created the dear lady readers of the Standard to the money here to"carry:out a law which might by railroad, commnnica'tto"with Montjoinery. -

g both the slave and his master. Not to felicitous enjoyment of this delicious/'ban' your discQinfituro whcthcr'Or'nbt Mhc 'Defflocracv forfeits the property:of citizens forever, mid We might nrgo'th Cicjt jfat the !audjjiniple i./.vvA.vM weans,that: is- uigUy: satlafactorr;

follow where leads be cither dead Wl stck,1 despite etlie deprives them itn'd thi children OfitV thereby interests of Penwicola nrcnoW.or.JMXiii will 1i 'will prvuequaIje
principle
I of
one ;
proves ,
quet richly prepared from a reality for we i. */ ? ; ff-
; ; ; V be
identical with those
of AlabamdR! .411Tfl-
two things: cither that a man is an unhappy jars about rail' road.' maufs at ljcmie, otIedctails < visiting the sins of the father (if it bo a trVK
arc just sentimental enough to with -i *;' "" It'f+ "I'' ted from the .balance of the ffte
coward, or that his principles are wrong, agree of Territpri.il4matcra,1nbr9uli ( sin) on the children. '* -"-"fTlet.$( ; 'on'ritty V- ,' idwflLin a ftw'.daya VsOfl4W t
*
As
e and not to be trusted. Free trade in agricultural time author when he says "lo\c i isa reality- the to The Constitution of the United States must inevitably ibecome the ou(1ctf( the*immense

slave labor involves the fundamental it has existence, it would sacrifice pleasure, opinion:6f: I the-iS/fl/wjutljby: ""arcVceasin; [ never regarded the slave trade as"piracy..- mass of produce which \rilhpourlfroin thb1pm flffS Pt'rin;,o thcjrpn jAf
to be,orhodox: / tnt' ltf trf that''* f the interior i-AIahniand.flie honor to Madison, and her noble citiz..s.tr
plahi 4i
that wealthy
A limitation
principles, and the life of the institution.If fame, fortune, everything near and dear and was put in tlio Constitution, np -
this son of productive industry is, upon cherujhed life press itsr, as!ikst. vcloseH'/'niovinj;' MAwafil* to 1808, againsi'intcrfcreiicd with the slave let for all merchi6Mn "rhip6flc by the people Thcy fo f 11 fillmg 'full tU eaa e: of
through to give joy or pleasure V Jii*( -$'' & VJ l" VoV4.JV4V.VV'i* ma ';? "fii tlmt : ;
of Boweiteve
the whole, injurious to the confederacy, and to the of its '?fi ?? Fri IlCljlC$;a5SfIw'S9pJH9PW/5f;; / JHS trade* and Congress actually made the trade seti n. nofletshre ihclr bcstdec&Utli. for tliemselves, thek
object affections. cIa iv > V "
States the to moi&tham glaHce tnhVa atfadTRTll .4 "i %: --v r *
the slaveholding as logic of Mr. legal by '
'
it is doing so in latitude, permitting capitation' lax, of ten v *' .iww owu tntcrwU luid. tlwisc of tLei State. .
Harper goes to show then we reach at once Literary Notices.V, V V____ VV *$ V ? V41V V dollars per head to bo assessed or the importation tnges thpjiincqualedinuucpwfa ww b/iri
the end of the argument, and a better kind V_V VV V :; VV, of negroes into this country. Besides offered .to the-citizwia?ofi Vcit''Londafmy: |I I Amen and*> amen' tc

of labor must be introduced to take the place of RUSSELL'S MAUAZI.VH.-Tho February V V 9V .3Jf that, Congress has made thata crime,, punishable an nnnexallonlto AlnbamM At nondi aiU irCStCrfl.V VCOUflCCtIOU.. Ubrgpttotlie. meutioa

that which is condemned. number of this popular and very able South- V ITiB'Seiiato bill ) lidkfhIf.AiiVtkfl / : ..Artpro fia. by death,, wbicli, was; legalized, by day, wo shall. -.probably.rcstnnertlieiiuWctJtii- ( .ciananajgr Ccrat cMEftpowd of atJoF*

Believing, from association and education, _crn periodical is upon our table. Wo have to whrcKMr oirSaturdjiy 11 ffiferf bv aVv0f ggbMian gVt'fia. '[V this very capitation clause, although we gave ,nqjde .,tIiayOs.lkai1necessary WP) >Mrtileiy 'aflSl Jiiol*. dt6wmfmisg
is there a fca, Now, let for us to thcadTantge8./of
that slaveholding right, arc at least a us reverse this. Suppose we'were urge
no hesitancy in sayfrig that for tho dignity muendmenethaiall ttr A&VtiWiaV) %: call the omhinmtribr'iirl to bail B the. parties'. in the criminal case. .
million non-slaveholders at the South who to on Congress to pass a' law authorizing step upon R farihey f i* > *- "T -
now claim the advantage of this right, to and ability of the original matter with which land lu lI' 'Lh the President'of! the United States are already so
I purchase something like a male and female it is always ladened, and for the excellent -States Uiited stit,,,. thnc r a, wAiviiuuii ;{Q emjdoy thousand marshals; and to pay f *- V.* iff' w4 % aatsoz

t' V servant for each citizen direct from Africa on good taste with which it Ls conducted,it hag no fof for nnijtary Van the best terms they can. Clearly,if ; interfere with slaves in the South and-
V anybody superior the t 1 {. ;?Tuofdlii&y run Coast who Ho
among periodical literary publications been llldfr&Y: LKh Surrey, .have betn forTwnVeHhn*
Las a moral right to own slaves iu the planting j. < iMkciuav upotl 11JCmbnevsfco 'them off to thin, North, what sort of a howl
V V V States,non-slaveholders possess it as well in the country This number is'full expended -shall W 1 'o1 allowbd would be got up here for thus taking enCTgcd'in'tner nr a' Mnfle titt4 V*1Y'iA'c.' milk at every ineal? nrnhrbouatifurand U

::1 AS others; and it is their duty to their children with interesting original essays,editorial inaU interc8tiofar'aVimyiraV vi Hlf.> oivcst p"atl. ( | put of the Treasury t Your Navy is a money police; Iv finished the labgiijlt) exaii yjlkltt./sg applied t aj|e ni rt* Wr'fnead Hoiy. -
r '
ir tLcic
days remove Cam .
: to make this right available] to a goodpractical terand literary notices. The article, "Slave fsudiripfciHstt'stav officgr W: tbVl mr utcHnic'cgnntiDS' A Sffl purpose Very soon they will be Arrest tlifem lit the absence
ry in England" is of much interest, and.of to tim 'of any affidavit. dooL V' LLt
Weregret
ready to fight for their rights in this matter rby which vcys. __ V
great force, and is worthy careful laudacc rdui 1 ii aloheKuhder"thp Constitution; ou their. V kmudnqanathey S' a4tV 4 4V V *V' V t
: iht I1 dl .
slave -peru
)fustoi earnestly as any holder willfight th4'E %
to defend hitriglttt Jn ncCTocs already sal. Vexplamdfiiat ., Is it not true thaAtmafmzjuifle arrested have endeared themselves to all T ho It interest
here. If the and tb etfJrourdlio have bid theTleaaart S o *m glad to learn froaallutt.bt U*V
practice principle of slaveholding Cdnbnt'sSlavcry fn England; VIgila/;/ ; Ion land unless there bo spme specific charge '
ta
& Examiner. j14V
arc worth anything, they must be &s Disco i Hadame'Smith'fiFcte; Perfect Love.Cflstcth I6OOO&! made against hahn unBetCdatm; .Ajid yet, V ) VS iV444

: good for all as for a favored few. Can Mr. fmt Pear; Marion;. Actress in High Iimou thd SotIt lujm, Vii,. //when you get to the Jiigltrseas.your Navy is Tuu PKicBdKAt *zb 1a1t.t

t ;JLIarper prove this statement to be untrue ? Life Lines to be used as police to, interfere with the .-.- the recent alo
4 Cau he r cv0 that three and half million of f oh a. Day in December; A Ise'tVtcr mu, ivuu luo.cuy' or caitimWo. In-th'epreent'cundiiibtfof business of citizens, and toarrest.them for a jor, in Abbeville District( ,;"Mr. F. P. ItUbbr.soni a7.4oFeo : Vt

shaves wall fully iicet the wants of seven nil from Europe; Sonnet; StatoskFamily ; .%* '/' Ti" ---- I- tlio;-*" *> 'tfeMHrV iieiprofe Berime which issa'if to.b piiacy. I Bar that th AuctionecV oU'teWne

lion white person occupying over six hundred Dramatic Fragment; David Hartley Cojcridge : ti ?; 'strike at the institution of slavery at the South. eros, sut *it fl *if'U--!!! l arth hct

million acrea of territory I Docs the price ;, Casique, of Kfawsih; Landscape; ,A ier F,1 want to have thattlaw*repealed I want to uoUars makingtibe-avcgs ptke.e s

raid fur ncgroesjudicafe a full supply 7-. Bouquet r Lord DtiffcrinV i lcave tliia matter to be:settled by tho States thousand anItliemthd3mb
What u the doctrine worth that assumes that I Jacht Voyage; Las a domestic question. I doubt whether.so ; i .&g k. PSNQEL
it will not do to let non-slaveholders have Sonnctr-frbnCHichael Angeldf Lines; Tobchad ;. far its my State (Georgia) iaconcernedshe : eaC umdffftveztr :VVV

$ razor to fclave: because they may cut their at DfiBW book Sto re/i'i i ciipi. & Fl31ii1iitou bflt, V1lL1 LC81d1ruobihi. would be bonefitted by thu foreign slnvo trade, :ofnge.V EiHs..t the*e
: # VVLV
throats;>or will it do tolct them have African yule front the ; I Staie1shcnuttLt
or publishers'annum. in Oharlt ; 4L becauso tiling ahp.has at present a sufficient % V V V V V V $ V: $jVf VV1s1atV
: 4jj tk1
: t4V
V slaves to till their land,because they May SO.at$3OO pcr V"FA1UEJV WPtyoCtek*' / Nirw OHLBANS, FebroaryN 2Le-.8uga iAi :.thyg tb.inam

ruin agriculture f Hovr old ought an intelligent t it. 11\ tfr _.| But:there are other V States.Jhat ;differ %' znaaatriInee1week. -
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V
citizen to bo.before it will to Safe to allowhim ; yuuND"'vo: : have reccfvcSf. may ed'Bod W* him&roa
"SliWWal in
? from ilL that, respect;. for, instance,. the Thb 1'1l'! ko1kkPd'aI :
to $juy as many razor and as many & 1hjzumtcrof Parnil, P'sct: ; pi4 tBte; rFtmi State of Texw-and VIWflt'flht the Stated to smnahI.V V JV c V 4.po 1iikfl
alaves as he u willing to ivcrrkaud fo'rl cd ? V ; tbea
pay byS.fJ QQnn.-4 ,tliave .tho, rightfswitlloai tireinterference of w fc* N r" "LJ V*** *t'-W f VP ** Tf *ii
anl5ayi'iw.iiA 2SSEI
To increase jhe slaves! of{be South u.tbe. Itk : 105y at ( 'Congress to entire slave trade A chnrcnforoutcasts'; ecluivelyLsaboMto
gdodlookjug dfroniT carry if
V .:- only practical way to augtncat the white noimlatiou a tt j( ; wish.J .Is the slave trade they. be ajlia qiSefaWall JNeaH/f **&&
of
:
V theditoftti any m are piracy-
from abroad unlezs abolish slaveholding rour pIoi Vr11e 1 1tia bee1r
c iny t Bdjlrfl %aS
altogether. would 1 Ieaitresid 6thna more piracy to,take a negro on the 4B&Wg'I
Thehidustraifoceiiqdtheeproduc.tiepowcr
it ;
ancxccllez ofMcahdtiifng 1imH6Vsouthern
.Mile Anna de JBoanc
of million a
s. more pf
,tate than
V negroes, would naturally call for one brtwo,I I In aavance. amzium 1hftgVthmeshetou.Voh sbuthern8Uterand, itifliorfako'iiimf'away; un'hlmroff thdltortht'irojn a? LOVI CaXtheVMaatICVOtV the '

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MId&Ie Culls 3 1ca I CIrcutt ,. .ivcrioJr 4LJS .. HAYING closed their tablwhrrient%'. L1NE'r VV
: ; uiii r&nrn thanks ibr ; : 4U1 t- tb : VV
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bestowed them and solkit 'FLORIDA V
age upon C1LILZSTOX-
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SIL-IIOX'3T. OSJLCOOMM14 the same at their! IH>OO In aiVA AH* S "bt tir4.
,irtafin .j the&*Ucffln4i* 1'r4:4'uii4r : mb1erHoctock.- fjjffIV# '
love concentrated all their.basutecs. and"WU :
; fMifyW, Tliat ber idirr tlie GrruSt Court* Mcb,3,3m. -r ,- fini* biWtitiee tlwlr PuJStDA CtTsfb* If 1a4 rjInagtma. -
ibe }. trra Judicial Circuit, shaH be1s1d at tbjf4- rl"ROSE tbt- with DRY GOODS g -
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?,?.-,, tine, via:-Ihival County, en thlloadays > vnd OJtEN.P. ;t ztY LOW rmcEfl --* r.I f : : 43LlEsWRExnoft3'Les y'L i1hO7:1iii: Aith-o JtL :
in October iud March: Clay Couutr.outhe rirt' I vannah regularly every Jlttay sarf ,ranted b-.6 *eal I
Th pslrticnlaj-ly direct attention >
third Mondays in OctoVr aud March : {ft.Johns jnomtyf t>9n cJofkf arriving: at< >VmandInaITnoftday diseases,and the
tVmntr, 'n the fourth Mondays in. OcU bur and c rcsu OP VHRlk "wi l'IIK ; < *urnujr! jJadawnvflle Tuesday coon aid innate Ticjims'of scch disease? by Ojnactjt, grrrral ;V

March;; Putnam Connty, on tiii.1rst "Mi.ud.nv ajrr L11TflS1frb1e 14 I tip piices spetinedjin the subjoined Valatka Toesuay etrwnRV V Returning-,leaves Pal(. real* **u.drrteieiheir Cwuultta fiulr tn ii.aD'apecsarj '
fcurtb Mondays In OctoW aul March j \ oliuwaad jka at J2o'c1ockFn.a'1atig1ilJaekaoii,1eWrthwi.iyjxbrii11g 11AIUTSUjI.E.4tC'L w.tthy'dilinr nia
tit ,rrxittd finurtlie Ist'cf'APRIlJt.It( is wu
-- S d jmd FernanCina V alVrnoon
Brevsrd Conntint, on the secbud Monday nfti'f dnfsJay : for th*treauacittof thii
,
: ,
'dtJiLdiy itt44 itJo
the fourth nnrndays in Octi' Vr aad March; OrargtliToantr. : .in i ilL the,town of-jiYclaka.-aixl du after the arrival of the Can, arriving ,at SaranniljTlinrsday in i 311 their form?, acd ro rIEMC.L w****'**
uouiu
m the third Mondays after tl iir fourth Moniar rouiinV14 T tV"41. The* O GRATIS all'wLo app# fcy-letter, wUh ieeai'fp.oti'd ?
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rooms. ?7' ft'lynj with
Parjdr'is < a DRESS GOo The fcT. f\RVS mltttmtimwWrirfpa to ,.
October and March: Suntptrr County, im th; t their condition, haUr
( occupation ? ffie
n bay window, and the Dining fppTthtHiante.:' KM?*- ftiTannah ago; ; ,
fiiortli; >liodar* aArr t1ie fonrtli mondav in October' Flu Kitchen,and c ur JVliytp are all m good repaitvaud ;cioI 511rkvted Ik! bu'cQld 5'vo+ o'o clock ii;WVlaj, errry Thursday niptt at 9 -&c ).md in cases of extreme poverty; tu-TCRNISU
&nd Marrb: M*rt m County, ou tlte tinh Monday aftrr 2 oo1 !' 3 trorth etiIfl1ejv Cbarirvtonrvery. ME1JIOINE8FREEpiCUARGK,.
there i* idso a WJl ,f jrjcdlfUt.Aitter on'thepremiea. gt2.hrnc at &Cc Jiij
U ckcjt axririn
day morabg a -tt Savannah the
the fourth Monday iu Octoberau, l *arili r r. 1'rrncbMtiruti: tut Z i; to add that the Association c*>mniaiM& 17i .
? Tberr b JiActes of good. Land. ., in. ,the, _. lot\ l $ jsamc ,,,.'. Th. V | S
gjXTlOX: 2XD. Be it/Kftlrr cectfJt That> ttP p CifMit w-ru faired in. 'Tltrt house*%tuu-"* brtTi;)kq4(r as f a*liaar r. /,?'j IOC( BsI-am: Robes, at 3, worth $3.JCO The'ffn* MARTSWbecjruunt- ialySrlTVthis Vedkal skill of the air and will fusil*!*flu?*nwrt* tiipprovcd -

Court for the Nmr.ty of I lauiiltoa, tJiall he Iif Id ding House for the past 4VeaVi*,S\ithvrry ]p,6d pnci; ; DrasPaUefuf/all Wctil 1XIeaue,$9 w E outbas\ thrw water tight:conmartuien is, end hav- tnodern trmtuteuk V 5 VtThj :

the ilondars t41otrinif tlw Ua.vs tto\v.fixed bylaw, craC Th! IVruitanv Uli ft'liiie 4onedPu&b willIM WiO yd*. Bavadcre-Valenlias' bl 25i., vorth n g1ar'e and airy Saloons and State t'1' Court iu .. ko) bo. Do. Report upon the ireafinnit of Sexual D&asc for thn:
fur boUiux Taylor Conuty.HCCTinX rented,with thjethnH**if dssiredfi ; ) -ht7e.5 every-jacQUxfcr thn safdynd comfort *
SnD. He it ftrtJrr< *!LSO FOR llENT-A pk-asant Storr near,the Straw? l OOt) ** Black A1ap'A'fr6tni2to $1. iVr further Particular enquire cfCLAGHOKN Passengers. year ciidajg January 1st, IcCS, cxprcM the tfr1: sl
hall inlo boat Lautllng. FoV furtIwr.i3iikuIarewjuire ufWI'A. 15COMuTTmlngDi ;, at21wrth; I Ittuj satisfaction with the rriecrEi which bss artenJea its
oft be fcih-pMtiJT jwVe4oThi p 4p.ratuls nn- & CUNNINGHAM
J z ; a' \Vd and CaInure rbkL.. : !labors of the Consulting Surgeon ia the of
irimi cure
iUthe fifth JnJie al Circuit nrptfuzcd and the) Judge BRYAN1', 43 Ic 4gnCt. Safeziah. SJUJTBQatorrhoca -
eoduIyrkvtd and uf2d Circuit, the (>.nrta.zall b rtz&t; Km F 0 ER SA tL E. Quille, Bayadere Plaid-ciid i'Iaiu'SiIka, wil| ; abuse, ic. and order a contlncance of the sanwr plan"
tbethn nownrr Tib d by lair in said coctitiee and -. ; V This Boat connects at Pahuki with Stages 'toi for the *
in b4' new Coauti<*i created at tls<* pmeiit K *sum *1 Oetirable eidthccnu(7L at tt'uurtually loir pricek.CLOTHS'AND. ; Orange Springrf.jOealaVFort Taylor and Tampa, and The enxuiufr yeari v
Dirtturs. V
t a
V1 ibe(kurral AwMithly,tin?Courts, nhaU !*. hrld on FARM ON THfl ST. JO2i? ; OASSmERE at vaniiaiiijmdCharletntf: with >JlkU Roads to all that their labors in this of pant,feel aaraiid

sach dar*a* mar* be firi l br the Jmp* orihei'piopsw 8 Ik, Satin'and'CaihmereYVsting8viry : Points W tptoil North and with Bt/aqi Ship*to.New have been of beneCt sphere tor the ben.,1 Irnl aWt;
Cirrnit; th.Twj* provkU'd li law..January .- X rkf PKnouilpLla and Baltimore. great JtJSietetL specially V
rr y PLAKTATION GOODS tf to the and
f'ttt:4 ii i.tu 'aL young, they'have resclyed to devote thruif
d the t;rnatr 13th 1-S9. Passl the
)'aqM :4 *niIiC*om'Paltkit d 5i : ; : Ju129'f)8.-1y selves,with renewedzea, to
iiil fmn tfcis1vrry
Important and
Huiiu of I>pTr nnitative,!, Jaunarr 15th Idol. Approved ICc-rsi'rs, Blanket*, nauhelj*, snd eyvry
fit. AtigusihiuJaad coiiButf' of about leO) much de*|>urd cause. i.t i t
itiich
br Governor, January g.z3i.G9.! acres Plantation Coods will ha sold low in : iirUTJSB $ AZSULLIU.
hammock jtaud extending, rVr !! 1thflfl three..quartersVfa -' out the Stock ; .An admirable Report on Spencatorrno a; or fiemlJ
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inile along fh* margin of tb St,Juhr>;.lilvrT. ; fjrj* *-flriOUlJ; (| a1eAYIirNAII; : nal Weakness, th- vice of OnanUm,Masiarbai-oa,oeltrbuac

An Act to Organize ttc Fifth Judicial Then is a pood' ftit tw lung'hous<', .and ucs.cessary EMBROIDEIUES.SCO ; $1: S ,and other.
Circuit.Irr. wnt-bundirr 6ft thpLrceSiri3 about 30 apres Finn Kmbrord.red S-tt, at $1 fti each.TCO i V V 7ThEiiew V V id efrant Strain.' by the Consuhinff Surreon; will! be W-nt by mail (in a V

ot the bud di-aml! and tthc'd. It'is part'of their&ctof Fine Kmbroidt-red Collars, ,r>( c.i worth $ vW lfeiaJ BT.JOIIN8.Capt. N.JUNO. s SS lfeJ1? ? -OP'CI1A1G! ;'oi' receipt.'

SErTION Ik it en rfeJ tjf tY.e Sv'aat end .Und! knovoi as thi; JIiiUiTxtpwu setUeoiirut aud was' 1UU, verv fine French worked Kcttsworih$1U V rm<<)r' gElB| ff leaves aThr.gulaxlycte- o fTWO5rAMra for p stagcw Other rfpurts atd V

IImse of llrprtttKltlitet tf tlu Sttt af fl.rda, ,M cultivated during the period this! Territory, was held M0 Black Crapo' C.;llars, ct J !c., worth ?6r. ; t5 MB W3SWli 4F7.' Friday Mornin*at 9'b'clock- Tracts on the natnw and treatment sexeal diseases,
fintrrat At*'i My cunrcttni, Tliat the i CotmtKi' of AlarJiua I I'y Grrat Bdtaiu and \vas rwnarkable 'for lii pradactiom. Top'thcr with aIarg ar'nrtiint bf ] arriving'at Fefemdjna''forurday'MonrngV Jacksonville dkt, &e are constantly being published for gratOf.ons'

Levy, Lafayett**, t5uwitiiti*, iluubia..NwKirrr To any1 person'wiilnng fur a ]*!rrrsauVnt winter 3Iarvilies Collars, which will be sold at SatnfdayDuo*mnil-PahAa'fiatnnlay Evrniup.Retnniiug. t distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted.-
and KaMan, ludl cointtitut a Judicial Circuit, rejidi-noe,this place: offer*j m.'rr |ms ib!>* adrau- ingprices. S i 1eavaL'g1t1Sandy1loruin.; Jacksonville Some of the new remedies and methods treatment

twbi* called the Sowaiw* Cirruitof Flutida, and aJudpv t.e.; Tlie S Mrii-ty,hi !tliy n.-j jjl>*iruoyd i most unvxcejitiona1I. LINEK GOODS. M ouday Morning $and V Feruandina: Monday\aAtcrnoon discoTered daring the last year,are f great\4f '. T
( ai rand 6h of the fiutt : Address, furALHOUN Kenort ar tn-ftn nt T>r rfvn rr r>
and Si4icitor, idiall be di'ctqd for the raid Cir quality -aaer the amyalof' theCsre-anivirg at
rnit, by the citzalinVd voters niudiug tin-mil, on ih are tumid in the griiiteiit'abtm'daucr! and Ktramboats 00 ps.:Irish Linen,at 25c.piTydsuld only by Savannah evVry Tuesday"libon. C ,
cnuitantly upanddown thti riVs Irnc 1/00 loz.'TUe! Napkins, from $1 to$:( \ This Ixiat Jus t ion.No.2 South Ninth Street FphiaiJa V
fit M,,nday in October i .'Xt, win* rfutU rivt? thamc < pas ; ifordiugirrry p..r ba-n built expressly for the Route; "
judaries and pay UK-nix twt now or Iitfrftfter may I fiicJIirriit bauKpbrtatiun of aupplie or travel. J)0) Boylirs, trout 7r c. to $3,50. h has large and airy.Saloons ana State Rooms and of By orderof the Directora.

be IFCTLIId by law fur he othr J n .tLF1I:1:: _, F. 1s1LAV.M. ulhtor &r. White and Brown Table Liurns, hi 1%v -- >i CEO.FAIRCIiILD,5emten. V
in tlu Stal and who l hall !I ciai-g! < ths KKUU. great or vugagcments apply to VVV
1uUc* and havr tin* jiiue {toMrnt that ituw an* prr* Thrst (;toods have onlv to be'vveu to ha CLAGIIoBr &, CUNNINGHAM.n. V V V 1

acribdd for dir vthrr Judgt* aud Solkitur.8crn .-*. JOHN DICK., S"vAnjVrMarch S1LVWLS AND 3rA'rJr3J4 V :! Agentt SaidaBISBEEi \. ATIVG 110 USE. .,- : .
3,-I5-t. i '
()X tJXD. Df itfrtl enacted Tltat the Circuit An Injuifnseassortment Shawls M V &CAXOVA, V
)
b C-'onrt* in and f r raid SnwaiMi- Circuit, shall u'oYL 1stateWolico.! .; laniiid Cloaks, from $2 to -J5. These ,_. Ageutf JaelaoxvULe.
r -d! falioWK, viz Iu AUu-tma the STATEOF FLiID'i > This Boat 'cpmn'-cis at/Pahuka widi Stages to
1* a* : CVmnty. 'U pally (ruin auction, iuitl very rhttpj _

fue n.-tolr; iu Lrvy t' mntr. OaiGiCotrs..tIrrlIUfl V V 1)O31ESTIC: GOOD Orange*- Fernandiai Springs, Ocak with the,Fort Florida Taylor Rail and Road Taapa.At ] Vmur.V en unsigned i has just fitted, out his I2atiriafooiX
on thf third M ilsy of April) and K-t-.b-r; liiLafaytte
C1'tiny.Ofl tb f iurth >..uday in.i. I adctlrr 1flNN, AdiziiWrat.r cft! 1stte.tL4dx.QN Kn/wu aud Jlleaclied Sheetings and At Sararujah with C.R. Road to all points WEst andisp7epar Itoace'jnimodatcany'[
: rzu late 'f () width and and Nortli. rvl with Sleamt-rs to New York Philadelphia perion with? firvah. OI'STE& Me topesby
( ; Ia $uitans' Caunti, n th lint Meniv.ft'r rngl Cpunty1 lecard every quality.V strict attention
ib fi'iriL N.nLiv :i ; 1 1 1C.4cmi li: til3 ii.* :b tubte Oik-t Ouctt..uuuty, : :ti QiiIts, {rout $I/-0 to $10. V Balllnicreuid Charleston" S S patronage. Give business him a caU, to at merit the old a stan librFhato between V

(* tinfy, (m tb ra.t.ntlT Mtniday aftrth.f .. a Wljitr4 .-:. _: $ 2.Jn -Y' Lh.15Ltey S 4 14 JO yards 1'i hitrd Ci.Iico? at ( ,|, worth J Qe.yJO V V : the Eyerglade Saloon and Hnrd
&u.7uc ,. ,,uc.zt tJ 1)1? l thVTit. llcrdv Made lied 1 V Quarters. -
llitnday In April nud (tetuli-r; in Nfw JtrC : Comf.rrt fhap.. rOTE1CP1US
S ,, SI3LACKWOOD. .
mntv. Un tlie thrrJ Mmiday ftnilsfmrtli Mn Jay TItrrGr tjie: 'c i1 ii Lving J. & M. 1). .
in Aim! uid Ortobr, and Nx< ;vi CV.:uty, in th.- t aiul' Xi1ipt .411 14X to iijpeZY uid 11-'thi, sane'Wjlh 3JI Cungresi? StM Suvanti h, tpoiit? the 1 MellonyiBe; volus Port Butler,and Welaka.S Jacksonville, Dec. 2, 1858.MEDICAL. -'

f timn II.rtiday sftt-r the fuurth Monday iu April and lice JiJy oI.1iupteuf lL t4 t.owuy. tn or I.e.f.e 1iufl5A. IVb. 17, 1859. ] I ". '
4 ;& tla 4Ii .Iiy .i.tungji henere wU.Li'a S I", Siemer, M.W; : BARNETT,
jir rail tl1flifli ,jfilig (uud ti) t'iJ p p1 Capi Tito. E. SnA\r. will leave Jack STEELE, M. D., P20FESSJB OF
$ :cTIu can. Df ttfurtirr morfcif. That thi act };itte. aIhfl1gt ils. rieitors tbertf, at i hacti tiue FOR SALE. somilte every THURSDAY 3IOBNINGa19 o'clock HOLMES and Diseases( Women and .Chil

i'liafl ut g*and into Soiirilor'ifiariuu ntiH InUrt aft T d tlw eJ Cistlltrtiday ;
thr to em
JuJgr
: u'aid E tatrv ; stopping at ali-th. ihfnnnediate .Landings.- ReturnIntr Georgia, haring: determined to"make JacksonviQer,
ill OcUbT U*it, fcJidl bv' Iur! coautlh.itjuxlaud JAMES U, PKii!, ; A CAX of 400 NEdliOES. 1 trill leave Euterpry,every SATURDAY MORNIXG }Florida, Lis future home,tenders to the citizens there-

I1ILAfiI11. v .1, 1*, Pith : TO. '- Jnd :..uf I'lyTIllIITYl !) '. :; ,IIH d tu tin culture cf L Cotton Pilatka, every MONDAY MORNING. o f and thoae of the .nncthiTh" lila skx4ices.
SnCTHlX ITt Bf if rHfr ruactal. That if:lie S -I- f T and ; whoui>ing 13*"For fright orliasRage apply on board,jot to S j the yamius depanmeuta of is roGsahn 'V VIJR.

time fur hulding t'out, in ar y of th' fcbove iiauudttituntirs "LtNDS VtiTI ) l fV>r of good proviy.iiij.Mt't-haitics, niHciig ami IIOUHmrvaut ar a a r -. *f (HEO, HARTRIDGBAgt, STEVLL having bestowed much and spcdaE
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p.hali arrive l tlMie ih<- Ju,1p* of the eaxl U. Jacksonrille.McGAlLGEN attention* upon Operative Surgery, peetfally eaBa,
cold an the ind and i rd of March next &t
Circuit U lU1y! ] c.nuniK-vii-ii'nl auJ qaaliuXl. the *cjlJudgrwljenelntf c XE'CfR'CJlJiS t..worh onflaa Koad; I..VJO.SKP1I flU1.tN.V & McMILLAN, Artsl the attrition of pt suns ai a tu&tance to the fact that
. l mar hnd! HU xtra t.rm ofihe S good waji '-iavinerit.V inaft'riv--.A"i lv"to "Vrms of V s't '.->* I Pitka.p. he Is prepared t*> undertake aid performalloaions -.
eaIt-Oue third Cash and ,
Court iu fth of tbr aid dm lit hi*. ca.-iuvtMiclug miiu ::7 t: Ul-L'KMAN, 8tt.* Bond and tluv and ; ># < .-. V ly l burrery, and tu' treat Chronic Surgical-Db--
Morteajp- ,
u4W d7 rae tVmit la Uof sud 1. ,aiJJutlr sF.A.4t(3..C. ILR t'o.JAno N'gr4wi ] eases upcn Hie latest unproved pnncipka-afid art hi
>-r>ontl sivtiiily. or f'approved City ; AFOR'I'IjORIDA
I'a.s4'II the$2LLtI, Ur. 3t 1t. 1'ziJiL. >:ni.i.E, l\-b. 18, JrCU. J tf. j Savaur.ah ; DIRECT. this bntncL. 5- V*
Ctiarl
on tnJ ton with intercut j.1 V
lfu'te R-pn-JWtjUthv*, Jas. rth IcO. Approved *> V* V :i V Obstetrical operations and those affird thereto,
by the (i >viTu will be od! in famiii- ad '. '
null: firmMASTERS &CLEVELAND, doing griM-s /, fail in 24 to 28 hour Testhnethaa at a distance who may be,afaicted with Fistulas, Tumocra -
JnsEPU BaVAX in Sarsnuah
preiulcS*
I iuc5s tiJwIsoniilI., FloiiJa,u this day ilisby ', V chbous, Cancerous JLn ctioaa,. CalcuH.
;
prior to sal.-, when catalogu' will be r & Inland *Rote.
NOTICE.EXPERIENCE ,M4VtMI mutual eti3-nt. Ail l r )iw hni-hud tu s & Stricture, & and diseases of the Eye and,Ear-
said! fina will mke j aymfit lo JAPIAIX T. MAT > F-Iy. H'th Ic5'.l.PICTURE. many of which are curable-will be raited,when not.

Rs, "v IKI Iuue k, Ii autbiri- to rfcfiv Tjd r tiiiitfirr V THE V. .!7 .71.2W.STEI11ERS too remote and inconvenient, or win Lc,tcaeircd at
: : THE 1JEST TEST the urt'. RAPI1AEUT. ilA n'.liS, $ k F1f : S V : tins place with cvety attention. 'J

HSDOSMAN, CLERK & GO'S F.-b. 17.JcaQ. 24 1'. It CLEVIticv t. LL JZL S Chronic diseases peculiar to femalca* atio receive f

GENUINE COD LIVKR Stove & Tin Stores vrI.ij -: thealtre&Liacnt oCflttJ ., whe .
OIL Vi-i!
p practice and experience have,been extesaice b ..thiauepaitnMTit.
lbi lria prd liy twhv yi-ars*t sp ri tc tht- lirrcuitnly THE und.Tiid rill<-mlmue the btiitns "- 4& Ouice end Room at corner.PMarket

for Cwxsi mwx.'Sfini* TLA, Jo., atd L* J1r of the isl* tirm.alt-ur,iu the aiue place ; and Fontjth street.. V V ; VTulf2j8

r r.mntid'-J l Iv tlin tiHMt EIIUJU-M 1yiai. ytji and Rolk-ite a ccntiniiancf of the patronage, ] *rX* v V ; : : :'
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C.LT1ON.-li.'are.f pn wfaujA> pirti isdiir IiruA. *ff 3* of the jMib'ic. He will, &t thsluirb'kt u* V
.. tin pr.*pti1j< b <>f tbr 0;!in ai'itr'd l'ru p tkv furnish all sirtrt-W *>f Thi Ware,ituult*ii* tw ocatfttvtbieiit -V V V PBOSPEO.TU'ffTHE -

a* utany of thcnti &rt* wnsr tuau uikai.-Thr I'l'CK ; d i: the egt LnnT:14o: vu 1aitt in as- i -THOMAS SURTIJ3, COMI1IEI. S S ; V
Oil. has br i; fwiiud t<' act bAK .


by IhufftAtt; ; pii-Tilly. Fb J7,2llnmental. tptt'.rii-; (: :iir and liet Lun vtik,Sand JL the .tlu Kt etvl
-.----- all kind* of J.Cig a d $ ,, ecuwd uk)iI the -1UTt1jt n()ti-f. Piia-nfroiu VV) KA, and the uxiial bndiugs oil the St John's Rivejr. Paper in the town of Jacksonville,-entitled u sbove,.
with di patfu.. Tnia 1'-fr.'mr. niaL t.rrnv'prior detirnl.'" i'lcanrf c.ll ami : ,: SHE CONNECTS VtTU TUE RAIL ROADS devoted to Polities, Counaerce; 11teLanizAg&nJ.

-- R. T. M.V.STEK8 i.uciJL $. W. GAULT, and Stages at th poruts named above for the Interior tura.Foreign and Domestic News,.and ihe'jatefc&t

) ; Bi If you fur dar )lovd ours, fond iihi-uiorij! of Florida. Also 'gning and returning with V the of the State of Florida Ths,Standard win represent
J4iiiivil -. IVlt. 24, l3'O-l.: Cnnitf wtnm* tln-ir thaduws,rrc th'r! sub ; New* York and Philadelphia steamships, and the the sound Constitutional principles which have'ever .

tbe2l1 IVbv.. 10.: : ui. S RaU Road train on TacsiLqs and SatmrJayt.. been upheld 'by the Nat2onalz]>mocraej>bui it Vd
3lir.xir.a, hi ti1-(-U% .ff.f. tuwtu'en SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED
jy All merchandize'ccnsigned to this agoicy,will not be so entirely political thtt iU column will in
ch.,Ly tinItv.. ?1r. Jinoit. Mr. At 1. I.OPIZ LANDS. be forward frn* of charge. V tercst the* politician exdnsrely,nor so subwrvient to

\lt f AWN MAUIJAUET, 'iiiiiitti't 4tlit.i of Mr.Ohituary. : /1 't'-ii'i; 'U HENRY OHISHOLM, Agent V party as to betray principle at the command of power,

(;,.u. J. Zbnibau. EE.SOLVED, Tl *t.froaa and wSr lias date, tlx ; :V Charleiton S. C. or disguise its convictions at_the Iroggealloai of en-
,* and Ovvrff nvid lauds Iw- V V 5-
Swamp
1'ihdra ftv, O. K. : YP BTSBEE jk CANOVA, Agmft
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iiti to tlti? ItiUTnal 1liq-1IttiitFurd.); enteiir i Tzw.-Two Dollars per aamnn pavabte in advance.

of iWianad! 1iinltahlt'N1 1W)1LAK per XEOTtPES"AND 1Oet 21-5&-tt Jackson title, Fla. V RAMON CANOVA,. .

L aar cash; and tlwpricrot'Kud Ln&c withu.tbe 1Lai.!. ; JacksonvaV,June 1, 1. '.,. '
V
V
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Taken br T. C. GLEN, at Drownls -
niadlauira T V'O J>OLI EKT13BPKIZE. /
>haUb AK.$ aa atrroub.n WiTsonV V C. DUEw'sPK1iNTLG;
DIED, at Ier -nidrnf'* iii thl plare,tm Fuudsy ihr57L q i>* nr ilutim not *J.go into e-SVct lill the first day arr. ; "THE Steamer DARLINGf& OFFICE,

elt.: 31r.&i. tfARAll BrFllNcrrON; agrd 3i $ of March wit, aud notice th'n.Tu Klixbrdb at Le J. 1.: Jau. J7 18T/J. ic- V TON, CapL ..JACOBBROCK:, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.,. nr .

Iran. 2 mouths aid 2 day, CiiUrfUl of Cut! tMLIftTrIMToN. >- tIwsa1.'mt.'fhatk3vc havucc'' been .thoroughly overhauled fTUIE Subscribers now prepared to execute every\
Ma tue tOIt1If o .rrfolntionadopted No1ic. -'rt' will resunje Wr regular J. description = *
** >
by die jkiardp( TflLtd't ai,,f ;i9t .ihIt 4041 LA2JTUVC. Q IX s1t'k4 ft/T date. I Will wake. : : trips un this RvRtf, earryiiig the U. & MsiT, leaving BOOK AND JoB, PRINTING
h waa wrr and rnp.rt-d by al, fur her kind I u..iit Fund of:ht' State*jf I-1uriJ.-t. on.tlu; 7th! iVbniarr.li.VJ. 13 Jacksonville every SATURDAY niominff at U ,
: tbeJuJgei.fl'r6tatiuaid for Brvard o'clock, Palatka lONDAY 6 In connection witht the-Book and Stationery business
3ITI.llAPr oVlock
-ncV4ilfijCc'! itu ihUty and hi jiitalitr ; in her S-c'y.! for Ijftttfrs of JVdaifawtrstion the morniug ,
'_ : upon touching at all the intermediate landtags on the Route.; Amhbr.&IIoeg's Block, IJaySfreet. ,. .
( iiuJ hr fru-nJ vbj* f O'EOUUU W. KouiStoX late .Brevard
aMt aiuunptt * ,
Iu I114 p Returning will arrivnat Jacksonville evwy THURSDAY I. J1.csaruc.rln.
pnwuaijc ot fijrfg ng r *olntion, I hereby c-aed. JAMES S
IwvauJ a of hpp.ti'is* We deeply -
pronwt-r ympirhWwUh au nioon, connecting with the Steamers Cara
giv the. uvfkv fvquiml. I call parricnlar attention Jauy. 10th, 1650-27 CwFUESH l Books, Shctiffj Blanks,,. :-
the b-rravt fawi!. In th tht-b! great to the fact that rtiiolutlon ruc> ouly iJmSviaiop&ud l lima; and Eterglade, for Charleston and Savannah. Pamphlets, Court BlarJtv \

luss. Overflow'd h>ud .l Itaw.d under the Act ; This Boat, L Well adapted for thu Route, haring V- Circulars, V V Official Blanks of A everytacjiptwiv /

all &lee 41Ia1 nluch t ;.; iu UM* Lrd." of li'xf, ai3T. >t tlA''IhfflitaTlaijii'tfVi'iin-iit 1ns oo- cry large'and comfort airy to iho Baloorss a'mTSufe RoomsJ oflVring ev-" HandbilL, '" ,S--t. *-
tau-d tni4'rtheAct-t4' Irftl-ih r bitter -are Jrabject travrliing public Eb wbilI* Legal Bfcmksr f **s'BilJs.of
: to *kV? bj inatalmiiiia as b -tofor v C V For Pa.ssag or Freight, apply on board, or tos Programmes, Ladinrr

C5C3IIE SCIIpONER "sEIOnAtf las 41S1EE, .OANOVA, ManWa Blanks *
flec for Su: criptiou D. WALKER. .Salwwum.. V V V V Vii Cr.'artId -
ipz" V
F.-lrniry.17.. 1859, 4w. JJ M/riiiging a fresh supplr'uf ; jt. \.. _. Agtt. at JacktoninUe; IiIIiIk c&eki, 5 5 V- 1us es Carcs,
DIIV 0001)3 V lflankDrafta1, Viaa&jg; Cards- '- __
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Constant Potter..$2.00 u .J:51.iJ) IVof V SV ; ; V V V : VP Blank Bffla Exehacge,Invitation Cards,, A
GliOCEEIES Palatka.JacZsoayillc
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1r..J.: Olivcros,. 2,00 1& Priol' : Agl E1eek81Tkket; 3I.kPi sca. .
> FU1LNI'lUJtE, Fla. ,Nov. 9Ui 1853. 4 Persons (
M.I. riullitis,. .*. 200) V jr.fn m the interior wiaiung. Prlntujg' dene,
VJuaLed S CLOTHING&c., V .: and'describing the work byVtter, can have csrtraalea_
2,00. / -cw ;
AcUSoYULLE 1OV1DEY of CM!rctumed'and the work win be
Iii tLo, Dry Goods Ucji-\rtuieut, V well -'executed.*
.- .E1iUL4tL )IANUU8--! : Z4. JMW V '
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-..- -4 -- ; : fonud a,great >" "nrietjrorircs % MACHINE WORKS.; V Bookseller SiatioaerandPrmt .

Te tie Voters of Jacksonville. Thi-pe'volumes an* uWoted to a popular exposition* Ctvaks, -f I :_ % Street rf c
Bay ,Jackaccvifl
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of'the/niw*important branch** t Kuril' Eeotjoiriysnd f J'V 41 Se i\* _-- Fix, ,.
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Tat imd Tjpned, Int-iidlng tube b.eiifione ; -itand Artt th j > jraWie) last: *, rnhanc-: VV,5 r SJuttvlti DtLaine*, : -; Webz z'. Aromatic- XaaJoc 'EI1ser'U1ILL

or two iks, takes this in-thai of a&nconeinfr tint in* domestic cota nt
b: u t candMiatr fur the t>&#of CITY MA1WH.VU increasing the profits of Rural Life and Industry, iJlocc Trimmiig:,, THE improvenieyts la.their estib&shaient, are V V public as an, rnyiporciing ,Cordia| and for the

at tl r* 9auig eli-ctiun; in Apt U u 'it, ioid re pecttulya rbev aTf'adapted to fl's'&lcISuiidierii ss.veil asSorflirrn L Togi-ther with a SPLENDID KTOCX of : now prvpaml.tp JurnuK.S eam' Engines, of any required cure of Dyspepsia lots of Appetite and General Dc-
your support., bit nr te bring forhfhny'>rea'ntfd; 'tbtre- I.ooT.sIIaLs, 'power, 'from 1 to 'lJp( horses; Saw Mills; bUlly-&c &c. T Tonic hitters has been used hr
AAEQN W. DaCOSTXJacItsouvIHc Tbe-serWroiajwiueaj "i; J Sugar Mills; Horse Pow.mr Grist Mills, and all the Ikmth.about ten years and found to be a.moatvtl-
ALSo iscveral of If.
.. .' -- asp* : othe f.machincryt4V ed in! this, country; Iron *and luable remedy All those who have usedit speak jq*
latest and hut but least the
TIHOUSE.'V. sJylen. not ,
I the highest terms of its It Is
A Pocllrt mn&ttf Brua Mui11.? .IJji* r"L emcaey. cotaposed en
FffJZ.yiirUIZjS ever Saw'Min aiitL ofEw i I tirrly vegetable materials,end nude wKh *
to Build Hoturs Urns and other Out-Bniidings, tuarkVt, all whkh'trill beM'Idat J ,< repalnaj at short great care1
and attention. It
maybe 'given to .
Tery'.young1 rial.t
OfficcVArriral
Tost
UkiuanyjOn iclD V ; .c. L.
? Kn .j prices at
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\ din'rrtfli and
V ,&1'kfliiiavb! pweha4xl-Ironms trSl be safety the ntmuat fagnrfatrwhrn ca3-
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IC1IEDVLZ. Price in pajW-r covers, eenlsHn musHn,CO cents.'THE Jacksouvaie,Jan; 23: 19. p ;
: In operation in any part of the Statci by competent dren are tronblni wkh wonus,and, because pony andu

and Departmrc nftlt Mail, at and -, -- wIiii oesoed, and.u pou reasonable teruu pine away. The Tonic Bitters if given'j 'dlrvctetlf
Jiom JacLvrilfcYortliern F/a. GRDEtq'1tii1iiki ""Dtawiiir* and EtIniaU furnwbcd,without charge.: wiU'enlirerjppradlcate theVornisacareaiore'thcJchflcI'
DrrrcJ5w (oirttctnhrvat; .n ofKitchcnVrfraftkr NEWTIj SllQ f# r- tf: MOONEY & GOOK1N,'Agents. to health,vigor and bloon 1A' asteni.fl, ; IrU1tiJ fl$* nd OhtiMwiltal TrttI a4d3 ". F.thd add Machinists' bo cpnvhiced is .to 1.7 it aad no fkv&f.trQlJ>evcihoui.it. V

.4rrireP, aiJ brulio *n4 ipo.ilofl vi thq-1ia'n' f TIX 4Vcfl sJII:1; mON The Tonic Bitters'are pleasant and ;arTe *b1a
TofcfJjjs,Wedneedays,Thurdays and ratnrdaysC > L1rt Lifr :3ono J ;Compound Syrup.of BacktL. to take, and may/be taken cither in:m IM1o
10rin ry Organs, such asGlert,4 !water. S 13 JJrepared -* :'* V:: :

Wdniy. and at Cl L M y TbnrsasvsStml&emJfail s B8T K'OTIQB ; nud all kinds rjf Orarci, Gcno rhoea,Diabetes,,JBtranguary ? aad sohlWheJesaM and Ee* ib f

1 J 1L Fridajs : T.HE FARM..W1thrCtiPter1 *'rr SToVE > HoLLoW WAR UIcrat1o s trri foa./ofth Kidneys; Bladder andUrethra .WEBSTER x. e+rE.P \ -

I- Agricultural Cbe.iuiiirry, Soils, Rctentkm aW Incontinence,Urine,As.Buchu S V
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Manure, Draining,IrrigationrFcncing,Farm Imple.Bjeuts r:14: F 11ajJAt : m Aug. 12I1K3OIT V : $ ;
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Arrict, ,etc. Illustrated* *STT* *?S J Acfcsori villcr Nor. l th 3 5 UTaHfrw, And.Pateira*Braya, ha concentrated n.JOT. JOIDC E.c0.V
Weflne aajsTriday and Sundays, 'Price in}nprrU rvra 30 eesits;in mualin,CO cent*.S V -md'oUT1ipiedIea, of the sameckbWf. WM.-c4J&7
l9te 1 '_ S j4 :to Incfeaj*its efficacy,%nd present iehnentationaudfwill Vr
% ATILtLS r ?C H EWIN Q e& S M OKI ; bo foend< ai'excrlleni rrmfdy.I. b
Tcesdaj ,Thsr days and fiatnrdaya at 41 JL M. .j. DOMESTIC : S? V : Prepared bud & by V
A DVERTISrN'GANlCOiiiUSSION
i1'oekrMbua1 Catflci Ifore and fcberplfosybandry : AGENCY
W tern .WUU j?witn' recHdni .for tKe Brrrdnij and'Manigori4t V TABACCO,: VV VV? : t VEBSTEIL4CO.t 11..Tribnno BuiMiags,New York;,Brown's Iroa*

Arriin, T M Swine,P6tr%;F fy -i1bbb1tIiog ; i bFEVERY'DESCaiPTIOlT" Building,philt Ad TertisemrtteiEse tti-d promptly in

etc, the Trauien.t o(.their.flacsEid_ a Cha itefMri S LEWIS V :L any number of Joonialrintha United Ststeai l rfeh
YtA_ < 7* / -34Pric B't>! V V t* .,JnlyJS,' -..-.iu--U'- I o 4-2 -. V Provinces, Cuba,and Central Amerkj: Metdbaab,

Wea,71 an4 &birdajt M I A3T. *.in paper covers S ;aty ecntsiltf. muslin ;'&QTecmbl V V V -- *;gt1vcvI1ncraz,Waterr oi Effe Msnnfiypftgy si d oU> Carnfayf ked tosend as OieirT
w3 : -- V ) ;: orders, or their address- ,and we wi3 call' vpen theas,

hCULCTh GarflcS TluJ Farm and,DoBound -I ,. : '

V t > THAT'FLUIDIfiiM 3Dj 7 c-xntsa1aL

MkPrfcZ2iWl. in one jtargw tandsome iU volume; ,nay I be V '*; s :' > Jf tWHAT ) j ou utlnofEnroiend In tbicuuttt:>J RISBEE & GANOTA, tt T

had for $1 0 ; t f Pronfilactic FInidIiT! J J 8J agreeabttiB& u&fit Epoin Salts. It lades-: )EEIVDG.'FOBWAKD CG,AND,dOdbt H.

::1ARujIVED. Jt! tit M4.$,CoMrtCTB LHJRABV OF Byniu S V1 P --WiIOSIt t4Tcq; byt.pbuM.'ity of taBa C .a, 8IONZCliAthSaiahLine ;

AWAJJW.aod jiUould havf a pUtt*to th* boo k.. VV 4-; ; .effurvcm charactcr 1'fl to of J a of S eaften;aad:If evr York Packets'geceraDr.**

; ,Je1fof Tty rtW4<>utvftL oouDU7,; Jienl ppo Y1V. Fiui sirevr I JacksaavSe, kL, July 22rlH V-" ** > 4
Address, .. >
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ro. byFUi4Um 7owL&* Ja :;: where a brisk $& itqobed t HRa less: Uantlt i i7

wfil**fowrf BjfeiMearfo prod aa aperieai r rejycaibartie V
CLEARED. : z.5ae tDaAwaT.N. T1I LT1flVTaey & J
5 Jtftct5' Tb betk should be kept corked 5
4VOTICI ; 3 O'-4
4cet BookNo wa4Iw YTiyWM.
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1eb.mlJri Matilda,.RmutIs.13C1tO. MaiL. ,. h-_ e o poMi.rtT fli*; TI1UE* only Genuine Kc&eeae ; --j.Nse4&-wAMlLT.Kt:
1 U t1r.m rnL4naer. -4 1 Ttw1fl b glI 1abtAb? on&eorthP?; Ji'i }
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:. ADVERTISEMENT- '- .6515 .t From-Ocala" *J' by; CanpJza1andHo.niasassa ;Leave": ."1.Je..y at.0 p m i, ? :: f :i11 :.1 :fit ziMoudsy. ,. ., -, 'oanesday- / and Sunday by' 'P ),.:< :." \': -. tbtb.bmgs 7 _, -:1= -
next 5 *
fttlebeptteke day by ra .
ixviTixa to Bay Port.7G mileV nnd'ack, Arrive p '.' ,. 6506 Frow,.3an Nlf 1t1J OB ." .toS
PROPOSALS FOR CONVEYING. .t\fi (n wcek4 -1..1-: \ Leave IcypiStewWf-Moiaidiy p m:\' ,Friday at6 rn i* ; ti.-: nffrewj "t1..qUtt back onie: 'aweek. -
% Bay/ .
'. 'AmveLeaytf' at:ToniaiYflleeby9! : pro i ;'- ;.. 7 -'" .,. be. .' t&
MAILS ON THE nOU1'ESIN'l'HES'l''l'E Leave Ocala Sunday and,Wednesday at 5 a m; 'Ar4vth1nampanext: .da'y.b.r.f ;: = ; .J Ifekrier '

".OF ,FLORIDA, Arrive nt Ba' ;l'orfn xt'days'liy' !!! Am;' Bids, fbr' twico.a.wcekservicewthbe. : :,. consid.ered. '-.,I 'J mu.Vi i1ItO1i J :Sedi9,f ,IIII4Pnidiyit1OpUU j Leave'Mariinm tlnd'yft':: a-in ; to.. ktat.wo-wm..frfitkrfljr ;latfcree _.A.' ,tiivs aol: 'thflhC&

From July 1, 1859,to Jane'. 30, 1863. r eavtf Hay Port'Mondav V ;and. -<--m Thursday. .at Arrive: Madison next days by:1, m. .j Arrive at S t Au4e w'sBay. E day by 8p B; ieC. :
irrh'c'nt'OcalA)1cxt.laY81) Proposals are invited run, after passing : at p tie. of t&e trip >e, '
tnie0 OMJ
2pm I ; ; -StAd''& ,Tuesday at 6 a.m ;
I OST OFFICE PEPARTMRKT OF Tal U. S. .\ ; 6 m.G5 lafi .t p ,Fort Met<3ebmitting'IchepuckG5S4 6552_ FromWanfceenhh:: 1 ; .by :FinhollowayiKconphenia ', ailti1i 10 fat behind tlwe.tehvraJretbudiv'eiauei. L._ ,
; December 13, 1858. p 'Warnerand ,Arrive Blarianarjext ,.x. 8 p as>
IVatJtington, (I local,)Spring : ck' 1MI t--, <
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PBOPOSALS will be received nt the Con 1C Trom Sih.erSl'r1ug', ,to Ocaln,..miles. .. elASM.. Frou-TampabT&rniflOl; ,to'Man- Co k's' Hammock* to Clay Landing, 109 Bids to commence.'at Orange Hill, omittingMariana fourth ollh comfteftoiiea,Ibi ibo t1 p III;JU .
weelLeave ;
and bnck,.twice n will bo..,coattdered. Proposalsfor for4tnfr. Dofeetkm wffl abate fat-red Jot
tract Office If this Department until p. 'miles and back,'once aweek.. miles and backonce a weejc. : -
Silver Spring Monduy'and Wednesday ate, 40 favitecU ofn.T3rniice l .rlutlotMi apt'ed In the
I in. of Saturd, .. .\pnI2. 1859,for conveying at 2 m Leave,'l'anlpaIou'da.t',1, *aj Leave Wankeenah Monday at G a ni r semi-weeklyscnriee Crowell/are J miles. For I rpeted drl1aqueicSei oItIWad.br .g11T
p ; !From Mariana to
t the mails of the United States for four Arri\ nt Ocala by 4 m Arrive Manatee. next day,.by.4'p m; Arrive at Clay Lauding, next .Wednesday 6567 rD 1"'M", ; i1t .
week..
p ; and bnck
and onco and the fennortittre of'tbe**aflmabe; Me,; $
I 1859
; years, commencing July ending Leave and Thursday at 9 a n Leave Manatee Wednesday: t 7am. J'' byGpmLeaveCIny; '
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in the State of FLO. OcalaTucsday Thursday C A m: Leave Mariana Tuesday at 1 'pam ; *5. For baring btWcI or tbamwta o'tL.. 't
Landing
June 30. 1863 Arrive Silver ll'n Arrive at Tampa t- day b* 4 p mi of t raibf li.t f1 .
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Spring by m. Arrive Crow ll by 5 af any portion .
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i R11)A. on the routes and by the schedules 6517 From Silver Spring }yarlton.; Or- Bids'are'invited to run by Pinalgi.l'ropoaals 'Arrive- .at'Waukeenah' liext, .' .. ,Saturday.. ,by Lbavc'Crowell Tuedyat3szi p ; ) jr"' or for tetef eab"!rarf in Mtitofmprrts It.
herein specified. for wilt be m.. cooTfjiaf fftteBknie?IB wma r O.
I amigo Springs and Jlorrison's:Mills,; ton : moro: frequent .t trips i p ,Fort Arrive'at Mariana by ,12,... >4a L'. :
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announced by April 2L. 1859. also ,bids for weekly 6553 From Waukccnnh, by Bensley; : qnartr j*yrayDeo : ...
Decisions considered
miles and back three separate .,
Station
\!lnmy 52 ; Hall Madison Bids .t'o cxtcudto. Chattahocchee, with tri- 6. Fines will be Imjx cd, tJ.-.dr .
the Hamilton and Mosely to !
examine carefully form ,
will Old
Bidder 'service from to Tampa Bay
Tampa ,
( times a wee -. week. weekly sen-ice,'will bo"conaii ered. be promptly! and latkActoniezpUoed by
and inttruction annexed and aJtothe laws .Leave; Silver'Spring Monday, Wed esJaandFniday 6535 From Key West Miami: 175 miles_ 41J miles and back, .mice a : of postmucm or,the a&darit of otbrr 1ft&
}rom Mariana to Campbellton, 18
oftht adccrtitement Leave 'Vailke nah Saturday at Gain; 6568, amYID contract time for
prefixed to pamphlet copy at 6 a m ." aa d.bAck, once a month* COM,for fiuUfig to ; =
: to found at tAe principal Poll ; Leave West on the 8th of each month_; Arrive atMadison, by ,8'p m; miles nnd back, twice i a week. tog to take the man froai or df Urrr It lido a JM
Arrive Bellamy Station by 8 p m; : Key Leave Madison Friday G n m; Leave Mariana.' &and Thurs. at 1'p ID; for lufimaff it,to be wrt jurwl i ,destroyed*toU<
\ Office) Station Tues. Thurs. and Arriv at Miami by thc.lath; ,
Leave Bellamy or lost sad.r ftfuJDr,a :drsaaMaeowey,
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Arrive at CampL U'GD.Lt:7 ra
Fernandina to Charleston ((8. each'mouth Arrive Waukccnnh byr8 p m. ;
; 6501 From Sat, at 4 'n in; Leave Miami on the 19th of ; I mail as frrqnmtlr as ttacaatractorraaft***ia IIr
C.,) 180 miles and back in steamers six Arrive at Silver Spring by G p.in. Arrive, atJKcy West by the 24th. 6554 From. Mosoly Hall ,to,Finholloway, Leave' Campbelltpn Tuesday. .and' Thursday, cerned in running, a coach ear of,1&n1. ..

times a week, or daily if connecting routes Bids to commence at Ocala and run by Silver Bids for semi-monthly and. also for weekly] 20 miles and,back, onco week. at 6am ; route. 'Ik\
Gnel 8UDIII tJaa
Hall Monday at 5 Arrive at Mariana by 12 m. 7. TM Postmaster ray
suitable Leave ajn;
if Mbsely
so run.Leave &c. will be idercd 'sen'ice will be considered, .
1 ,
; Spring eo : will be considered. for rrpeatnl fElines to ran '
Bids for service
Fcrnandina daily except bunday Arrive at.} inho'l' by 12 .m; tri-weekly Z11hd1"
schedules be proposed. way ,
? 6518 From ,Charleston (S.'C.) by Fer- rioUiing tins Poet Office faws or
(or dali)..) at 2 a m ; nandina, (Fla..) Jacksonville Mandarin, 6536 From Clear Water, Harbor to Tampa, Leave .Finhollowav Monday 1 p in; 6569 : !Canmpbelltonto! Geneva,(Ala.) trnctioas$of(be department, fax refiubg ta._
2 hail by 8 in., :34 miles and back, once a'week.Loavo -wbca wquiml bj time.d* artoe to do
Arrive at Charleston by p m ; :Mills, Middleburg,Picolata, and 50 miles: and back, once week. Arrive at Moscly p. a carrier **
Magnolia '
Leave Charleston daily except Sunday (or Orange :Mills, to Pilatka, 300 miles and Bidders will propose a schedule of departuresand 6555 From Walker's Mill to Waukecnab, 'Campbell ton Wednesday at 6 ft of,; for.nranlag an ezpreM *as euari-jiag afumaiu; orntrwpIng uaallabl.ius ?
paekagv
daily) at 9 30 a m ; back week arrivals. 6 miles and back, twice n week, Arrive at Geneva by G p m ; outofibeiniu person* or* a *...
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once a "
Arrive nt Fernandina by 9.30 p m. Leave Charleston Tuesday at 3 m Proposals for twice-a-weei ,service will be Leave Walker's,Mill Wednesday and Satur. Leave Gencva'ruesdayat 6 a' ra ; 8. The Postmaster General iwjr"brder an bem
Fernandina Hart's Road, P ; Arrive at Camnbellton by G p m ; > route:lj allowing Iherrfur a .
6502 From by considered. day at 6 j) m ; senrice on a. yr Minerrase
Callahan. Baldwin, Trail Ridge Starke, Arrive' at Fernandina next day by. 9am, 6537 From.Bay Port to'Clear Water Harbor Arrive at Waukeenah by 7. ,.pm ;' Bids'for an additional trip per wed ',will be on7 tbe contract pay. lUmajreiasgv.
and Jacksonville 12 .
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at and arrivals bt aU
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by mj; considered.' tiles of departure* cases -paticnUrlr <
and Waldo to Gainesville 100 miles and Leave Jacksonville Wednesday, at 12 m; ,; 50 miles and back, twice a,mon II'. Leave Waukccnah Wednesday and Satur- ; to>make them conform to connexionswit

back six: times a week or daily if connec- Arrive at Iilatkanextday by 6 a m; Leave Bay:Port on the 2d and 18th of each day nt.4 fin; 6570 From,Geneva,(Aln.,),by Cane DrakeandAlmirinte railroads, without Jnrmse of pj, profUrd then**

ting routes sci run. Leave Pilatka.Thursday at 8 a m month ; -' Arrive nt'v nlkcr's Mill by 5$ p m. (FJa,) to Austinville, 70 nine rlD :be uotabrldgrd.-1ba"-aJeoe_
Leave Fernandina daily except Sunday (or ; Arrive Clear Water Harbor on the 3d 6556 'From St.iMarks; Hodgson's Distillery miles and back once week. cnaaeofperdaDowiugWithIfl Ibo *fifer.'avrrrvte
Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 3, a m; at -' *" mereaseof _the additional
p! it
northern miles and Leave Geneva"Thursday at 6 Am' *
arrival of tnnil-saJ' Tallahassee 212 ;
daily,) on Leave Jacksonville Fri a at.4 a mj; .and 19th ; ,. or earners,if alpThe contractor nur.bowrtrrvfe
4 at lbpm ; Arrive at Fernandina by,7 a m,and at Char Leave Clear Water Harbor tm the'3d and back six'times; :a week, or daily .if con. Arrive at ustinvillc.next day ,by 6 pin.; I the case of increase of perd, relbit'tnsB the cvalratj

Arrive at Gainesville next days by 4 a m ; leston next day by 10.n'm. 'ilOtli of each month; necting routes'so run. Leave Austinville Saturday at 6'a. m; by ghrinjr prunrpt nuttoibe.4rprtirnt4.

Leave Gainesville daily. except Sunday (or 6519 From Magnolia Mills! to.Chesuwiskia, Arrive;at' Bay: Port, on' the 4th.and 20th. Leave St.,Marks d i ily, except Sunday, (or Arrive at'Gen"va,next,day by 6 p m. prefer doing so Gram to carrying also the order curtail totofc Eeont WTJte

daily.) at 8 p m ; 10 miles and back, once a week. Bid for weekly trips will be considered, daily,) at 2.15 p ,in; [ 6571 From Milton, by Coon, Hill.Nathans-i I He the Postmaster serYic, in whole or mar in part at/TV Mtrdecieaof or< *

Arrive at Fernandina next days by 2 a m ; Leave Magnolia Mills"Saturday at 1 p ra; 6538' From }Taylor/by Cedar Tree Arrive nt Tallahassee by 3.30pm,; :k ,ville (Ala.,) and Fort Crawford, to Sparta par, allowing one month's extra i itbe comWJ" .

6503 From Callahan, by Nassau C. H. Arrive at Chesuwskiaby 4'p in. to Fort Dade, 23 miles and Lack, onco awik. Leave Tallalu ssee daily, except Suday, ; 75 miles and back once week autouot dwprnsrd witb,wbcntrrer,m bia

: King's Ferry and Centre Village, (Ga.,) Leave Chesuwiskia Saturday at 9 a m; I (ordaily,) at 10 am; i Leave Milton Thursday at;G am; the public interest require tbr cbanjrrV or in caat| '

to Trader's Hill, 35 miles and back twice Arrive at ngnoliL.Ii11s, by 12 m. Leave'Fort Taylor Saturday at-p ra;, Arrive nt St.vMarks by 11.25 a m. \ Arrive at Sparta Lcxt day by G p m; denircs. to saperscu*it by a diScrent grade_of tians.tatkmui. .

a weck.I 6520 'From George's' Lake to MagnoliaMills. Arrive at Fort Dade by,8 p m; 6557 From St. Maiks to Newport, 4 guiles Leave Sparta Saturday at 6 am; 9. Payments Kill be made L) collect- ions fo '4111 1ft

I Leave Callahan Tuesday and Saturday 18 miles and back, once a week. Leave Fort Dade Saturday at 5 a m; aid back six times a wcek. .* Arrive at Milton next Monday 6 p,m. draft on postmaxten,or UbunriM,after tIre.cxpk_ _

I 12 night or on arrival of mail from Fer- Leave George's Lake 'Saturday at 5 a m; Arrive"at Fort Taylor by 12 ra.G539 Leave St. Marks daily, except Sundair, at 6572 From,,Pensacola] to Milton, 30 miles of cacb quarter. ay in FebmuazyMayAcgnsz, UNoycmuber.
I and back six times week
nandina; Arrive at Magnolia Mills by 12 m; From Augusta to Pierceville, 10 1 .45 am ; a 10. The distances are gina .according JOjtL-- L 1it.
Arrive at Trader's Hill next days by 12 m ; Leave Magnolia Mills Saturday at 1 p m; miles and back. once a week; Arrive at Newport by 0.4Q pin; t LeavePensacola.daily except Wednesday, information; bn\no .incrra.rd pay will be ju i

Leave Trader's Hill Tuesday and Saturdayat Arrive at George's Lake by 8 p m. Leave, Augusta Thursday at 6 am ;; Lea -e Newport daily, except Sunday,(*t 1 at 12 m from'l.st Oct. to lit April, and at I should they do (prater than advrrthed.lI tLepw*}
1} p m residue of year; to be supplied be corrrctly ,stated. Biddersf.r ._
am ; 6521 From St. Augustine' to Picolata, 18 Arrive Pierceville by 9 a m; p11mm ; t
Arrive at Callahan by 11 rut or in time for at St. Marks by 2 m. Arrive at Milton hours after t&tmtdtt.* this poiMtf andako in rrrpce
p miles and back, four times a weed. Leave Pierceville Tlmrsday at 10 am; Arrive p the weight of the mall tbe.comHtiun o( _
cars. Leave St. Augustine Tues., Wed., Thurs., Arrive at Augusta by 1 p a'. 9558 From-Tallahassee to Miccosukets 22 Leave.Milton doily., except Wednesday, at streatss. &.and all tullbiidges, lanes
6504 From Lewisvillc to Callahan, 8 miles and Sat, at 8 a m; 6540 From Humassassa, by Crystal" Eiver miles and back, twice week. f Cam; tions of any kind by which expense ma ora'

and back once a week. Arrive at Picolata by 1pm; Black Dirt and Wekeiva 'to Long Pond Leave Tallahassee Monday and FridaV at Arrive Pcnsacola. ] by 11 a m., } No rfaim (additional pay. ba4ori .

Leave Lewisvillc Tuesday at 8 a ra ; Leave Picolata Tues. Wed., Thu .., and 72 miles and back once a weoJt. 7 a inArrive.nt-; 6573 From P-iisacoU to Warrington, 9 can be considrrrd as to the; nor degree fur all neirice'grd JIlWa; nor*for or brUw muprvbensuin .

: Arrive at Callabau 1 / lOam ; Sat., at 6 p ra; Leave Homasassa Tuesday at 6.a m ; Miccosukee by 1 piri; ; miles nn l back daily. destroyed frrries dwcoaHuncd,or utbn'iDcn.uiug' oUtroctiusi*

Leave Callahan Tuesday at 2 p in ; Arrive St. Augustine by 11 p ra. Arrive at Long Pond next day''bJ' G pm ; Heave Miccosukee Tuesday and Satt rday Leave Pensacola daily at 3} a m, 'distance uceunr'mjr durwe'v.

Arrive at Lewisville by 4 p in. Bids to run' by a different schedule will be. Leave Long Pond Sunday at G a U1; at 7 a m ; I Arrive Warrington by Gj a ra; term. Offices establish after ilits aJveithruwntb 1r4
Baldwin Bar sod,and also! during abet cuntract term,arr tube.
6505 From Jacksonville by considered. G Arrive at ['allabasseeby 1 p m. : Leave Warrington daily at 7am;
Arrive at Homasassa next day by m.
p lieu without extra if the durance beet fiscv.i
ber's, Newburgh Alligator. Little River, will'be.consider Arriye at Pensacola by 10 a' pay
6522 From PilatA-a, by Orange Spring., 6541 From Ceder to New Orleans Bids for, tri-wcckly service rn. .- ed. .
Key
Helena, Spring Grove Columbus, Madison Orange Lake, Cottage, and Snuterville, to miles and tack in steamers ed. 6574, From I'ensacola, by Blakely (Ala j j.to ) 1 1. A bill received after the but day and boor.1:
Sandy Ford, Monticello, Walker's Ooala, 54 miles and. back, twice a week. I, ((La.,) 405 daily, 6559; From Tallahassee, by Jackson's Mobile, 74| miles'and back,daily.. rd. or without the guaranty, recrttiml by law, .:

Mill Bailey's Mill and Chain to Tallahassee Leave Pilalka Monday and Wednesday at Bluff,and Blue Creek to Bidleysvillcfc 80 Leave Pensacola daily at 12 m; certificate as to the alftiriouC'1 ef such uaraaf/-,- 4r
; miles and back six times Leave Cedar Key daily at 5, a m; not be eurwid rvd in competition with a rrguiar p v%
a Arrive
194 Mobile
lam J. miles and back, once a week. at next day by G a m;
; nasooable hi amount. **
Arrive New Orleans 9 posal *
at next day by a m; f
week or daily if connecting routes so run. Leave Tallahassee Wednesday at 9 a nit Leave Mobile daily at 7'n m ,
Arrive Ocala
at by 4 p ra; Leave.New Orleans at 2 ;, ; .J Bidden should first propose for service ttwi% -
Leave Jacksonville daily, except Sunday Leave Ocala Tuesday and" Thursday at 9 daily p m G; Arrive nt.JaCkf n'8 Bluff by G p m; J Arrive Pensacola next day by 2$ a m. according to the adTrrtisruit-ut, and tbrn if ibcy .r'
Arrive Cedar
(or daily,) at 1.30 ant ; am; at Key next day by pm. Leave JRcksoll' Bluff Thursday at 7 4 m: 6575 From New Orleans, (La.,) by Pensa .itpaiattlgtuT dIffeu'nterf.ccr icdif tl e rrjihr'_

4 Arrive at Tallahassee next days by 9.30 a m; Arrive at Pilatka by' 12 night. 6542 From Cedar Key to Key West 500 Arrive. at Uidleysvillc by 3 i' in; : cola (Fla.,) Apalachicola,St.Marks,At e- the Lid otbrr be the luwest o&Vrcd may fur be tbe cv-nsIdnaJ adrrrtlard- .weir'- -_i

'1 Leave Tallahassee daily, except Sunday, miles and back twice a. week,, in steam },_ .. Otic, Tampa and. Manatee to propositiuns, ; .
Bids for an additional trip per week will be, p Leave llidlcJ'sv.i11c Thursday a.; : na na Key 13 Thrrr sttuuld b but one route bd fur in apo .l
J (or daily) at 4 p m ; considered. ers. Arrive at Jackson's 'riextdayliy i}.m; Wii,1'oilan4jack" ,twice a.month, aL Consolidated or comLhutiuQ _,

Arrive at Jacksonville next days bJ.12 night. 6523 From Pilatka to.Bellamy Station, 50 Bidders. ,will, propose' a.schedule ,of. .departures Leave Jackson's} p ', .t':! a tV; : .. In',first .?is4weer; rllea: ierg.'ol ing one itud-fur two ornjutr rtmtc. '"*}'are to ;* 'Wbyfifwlandcinnufbeconlifcirr.d. ,

6506 From Trail Ridge to Middleburg, 15 raises and back,once week. and arrivals. : ; .Arrive:.at 14u.ssc! :1jy.5: .m. ': .. ,"'R LlcJ8Jhan 4,ot- .. nwtomliuiv' ..ea&'ure'uient. .'. Tfcrf:rcmte,. thee wrr5c% the J1oartr"MY' : ',
:
b'e
'id' embrace : -
miles and back three times a week. Leave Pilatka Monday at 5 a m;. Proposals. mpa-n.. 'considered. G5GOj J'iVonfTall.niiassee! l'y 'KenfiadenandhelfPointio aanir and rVsidnice'of. bithat-Mg; .'

Leave Trail Ridge Tuesday Thursday, and Arrive Bellamy Station'by*7 p m;. .; "I -. ',/'f' c $ :; : Sopchoppy. '45. )uiJeI1an{ .New.'Orleans' on" .time 15th' and -9t post yfficc'addrrM,)and ,trover of each .,
Saturday at 2 a m, or on arrival of mail ,Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday at 4 .a m; 6543 Fr Alligator by Shoaltown.O14r ,. ka14hcoaIweeki;; V of e month;. : T *'. 'firni, whrrc i cowpanj1 oSlr*,, hosld'1 ,-!. -
from Fernandina I town. New Boston,JIcQueenSikeiville! ,. :TallahJresce : trjf ,West tHe :- atatedp&6 titermwlirtf ; Arrive at iIatkaby.G p m. ; Leave W idnt'it"1-p IimAveatSopchOppyiicxt.dayby *" atKey .bni } 22.t"AnilGtLvoKeY''Ve'toD ; thAn boritbadrI: <'IuM>A-J. T&crlt -*WvNi: l/itt,
Arrive at Middleburg by 6 a m ; i Bids for semi-mvccklyand nlso.'for tri-week Clay Landing i ,.Fayettejrille, .A tmOli .G'p.ril;'. the 12th and: 2Gth :fof j;,errtainlr,and ecnnlTr"; I
::
Leave Middleburg Tuesday Thursday and ly trips will be considered. ," and Homasassa' Bay "Port, 310 miles ;Sdpchoppy Thnrt'dnyi'at'5 a::m;: <* each month; the mode of cunfrjranee.will rut.' itg'.

Saturday at 4 p m ; 6524 From Pilatka br' AVelaka, Fort and back .twice,a month. : ?> Arrivozit.Tallahasseencxt'dayby! :ll 'i .rnu Arrive atTJeir Orlean&on;'the 22d:ariJl- Wli. AVhrn a srarbid intrmlrd:nb',p.dc'' une1 it.

Arrive at Trail Ridge by 8 p m. Gates, Lake George, )yolnsia, .Hawkins- Leave Alligator on the 12th and-2Gth"Tjf rTQuiieyrby':)fomit'.Pkaiento ] ,Bids for an:additional tt;trip per'in on th' will be maict_ btf named.namrd'at But the iac t.u.3r.-.hast,

6507 From New River to Trail Ridge, 13 ,ville and Enterprise,,to )Mellonville 125. each"month 'at G "a m, or on arrival, of Chattahpochcc miles. and back, considered ;;also,'bids extend- the route rat ance or are best f r the srrricr sam will corapcnsatlun W n&nL. .the Lig"',..::

miles and back once *week. miles and back, once a week mail from Jacksonville; :. three times a'week. t to Havana,Cuba ]5w JUiddtTs are reqnrstrd to'twr xf'blr ;''far as przetei .
.
Leave New River Saturday at 1 p m ; Leave Pilatka Monday nt 6 am; Arrive Atsena Otic 'on $t11e,1-'tJi and 28th Leave. Quiney :Tuesday, Thursdayjiind' the printed form jx/urau2ird bit '

Arrive at Trail Ridge by 5 p m ; Arrivc'at Mellonville. by 10 p in';' And'at Bav Port, :the 18th and 2d ; Saturday at 8 a m: |t f" FQEM ,OF_ PEOPOSAI ,GU RANTY.AND.OER'l'I'IUA'rE. and partmrnt to rHaio to write oat of hi theiavAltrred rail Use.ani, ef iheii..." :'

Leave Trail Ridge Saturday at 8 a m ; Leave Mellonville Wednesday at G a m; ,! Leave Bay' Port. .on the 18th and 2d'of each. Arrive Cliattahoochec' by 1 p in ; bids copir c uonld not bit: auhmutrd;' toor."-

Arrive at New River by 12 m. Arrive at Pilatkn by 8.p In. month. Leave, Chnttahoochce Monday.AVcdnes.JondFriday i Propotal.Thnndcnsig'ncd .'" bid'once.submitted be withdrawn.. i.. wil%' -
6508 From Starke,by Cadiz and Timmons, Bids for an additional trip per week will be' Arrive,Alligator the 25thaimdlltli by at 12 m; j :: -', whose. post office -' of a bidder or puranior will be allowed MJit '_
'
*
to Pilatka,66 miles and back once week.. consid 6525 }'romYelaka to PilatJta, 25 miles Proposals to extend to Clear Water Harbor, for three additional week 1aI3.Each
Proposals trips '
Leave Starke Friday at 7 a m ; per State of propose to convey the mails Lid mnst-be guarantied bj .twors: .
and back, week.. and also for weekly,service, will be con- will be considered. f ..
once ,
Arrive at Pilatka next day by 7 p m ; of the'United State*, from July 1, 1859, to persons. .
Leave Pilatka Wednesday at 5 a m ; Leave Welaka Saturday at 8dm; 'sider d. Bids to end at 'Mount ,Pleasant J omitting.. Juno 30, 1863 on route No. -, between General guaranties' cannot be dmittno .Wlv
Arrive Pilatka 6544 :F&omAl1igator'by SU1\'n1 neoSho: Ito and gnsrani r should be signed pbunJjc wiik Jh>.dUlS
Arrive at Starke next day by 5 p m ; at by 6 pm; \- Cliattahoochee are invited. and -, agreeably to the advertisement of
name .
Bids for semi-weekly and also for tri-wcekly Leave Pilhtka Friday at 8 a m'; Blount's Ferry,32 miles and back, once 6562 From Bainbridge (Ga.,) by Chtahoochec of the Postmaster General,-dated The depanuient eacnprraon.rrserTf* tlie rigLt to reject ,a.'T i
"
: trips, and to run by a quicker schedule, I Arrive at Welaka by 6 p ra. '' *.-* a.week. (Fla.,) .Ochcesee Long Cajio, December 13, 1858, and by the followingmode which may be dermc-d extravagant,and a& to iigard '
will be considered. I 6526 From 'ortGates, ,' by Lake Charles Leavp Alligator ,}'rldfty;at 5am; .Eiiiicysville, apd Eickoe's Bluff, to Apalachicola :of vir:' for the the bids of(ailing contractors and bidders' 4.

6509 From Starke,by New River to Providence and Silver Spring to Ocala,35 miles and Arrive Blount's Ferry by,6,p.m: ; ,.206 miles'and bndl'.,six*times a annnal sum conveyance of.dollars.' .. 16. 7kbid. be sealed" ;superscribed'f"
State of
back. once a week Leave Blount's: Ferry Saturday.at G a m; week from 15th October to 15th June of Proposal addressed rSecoad,
36 miles and back; once a week. Thi*propotat ft made with full knowledge sisiant i Postmaster General Contrsrt n& ,*VM r
Leave Starke Monday at 7 a m ; Leave Fort Gates 3Ionr ay at 9 a m; Arrive at
Arrive at Providence by 6 p m ; Arrive at Ocala by 7 p m; 6545"From Alligator by Hun tsville:White r 8idue, in first class steamboats, with' theprivilege mail to carnedtand all other particular* not enclose proposal (or letters of any km4)ha tIw

Leave Providence Tuesday at 6 a m ; Leave Ocala Tuesday at 2 p m; 'Springs,;Jasper, Jennings, and Bellville, .of using two-horse conches, from tn reference the route and territf,and dho, quarterly] The:. ,be I
eonuacts
to executed
Arrive at Starke by Spin ; Arrive at.Fort Gates next day by 11 a m. to Madison,' 70 miles and' tack, once,,a.week. Bainbridgo to Chattahoochco when the.river after:careful exam't nation of ike law and ittructiom *- to- the department by are or Iwfure the Jrt Jj and*f ret A J- :

Bids for semi-weekly and also for tri-weekly I, Bids for semiweekly service will be :consid is'too low for navigation. attached, tie aicrt emeat,' *tl 1859;,bUt the sen-ice must be COInIJIilncrd. .;

trips will be considered. ered. Leave,Alligator Wednesday at'7:a m; From 15th, October to 16th June. subject to all the,condition* therein contained. July pretefluig.or unth.muiil day iwziaga4.a.

6510 From Gainesville,by MicanopyFiem- 6527 From Adamsville,by Palmyra Lake Arrive at.Madisoirnext day by 5'p. m ; Leave'Baiubridgo daily, except: Sunday. Dated wurther the contracts be execnttnl or noC '2., -

ingtoii, Ocala, Long SwamI Pine Level, Harris, Lake Griffin, and Mossy Grove, Leave! Friday at 7*a m; 2pm ; 5- tSignecL) are.ition executed to transtrr and will rfcfivrd-at-thc be Co considered drpartmenl* t' (aitncl p,:

,; Adamsville, Sumptervillc Monroe's Ferry to Hawkidsville,'45 miles and back once Arrive Alligator' next day by 5 p in. Arrive at Apalachicola next..days'by p m;- -S Guaranty. then no faDfJ.1 be aUowed,tinlesV etjod sad; ef

Pierceville and Fort Taylor, to Tampa -week Bids for an additional trip per week will be Leave Apnlachicola daily, cxcpt Monday, The undersigned, residing. :at .: ficient reason therefor .are* given. to' be iktiin ed Vf I
'
Leave Adamsville Friday at 3 m considered. \ the department: In aU cues the itirInmti.
165 miles and back three times a week. p ; at6pni ; State of undertake that if tho

Leave Gainesville Tuesday Thursday, and Arrive Hawkinsville; next day by 6 p m; 654 6 ,From'Alligator, .by>JurJianr,. Palestine Arrive Bainbridge ne days by 9 pmFrom' ; going bid for carnrinff the, mail'on, route No.- will contract.be required to. -OD&Or&he'i8K1. i ilait L 'if"
,
arrival of mail from Fcrnandina -i Leave ll kiri vile Thursday at 8 a m; arid Olnstee to New Hirer, 43'miles '15th)\June to '15rh Octolj r.' ,'"
Saturday on !
-" -' *( % 5 -.be accepted by the Postmaster General, J8. Postuasterv ,|4 office n,or, &/*& mi.ML
Arrive Adamsville
-say at 5 a in ; at next day by 12 m. and back onco a week.Leave > Leave Bainbridgc'I'uczday- and theMdder shalli! prior to theist day of'August more than eighty rod from statmvw:; .

Arrive at Tampa,next days by 11 p m ; 6528 From Enterprise to New Smyrna, 30 Alligator Friday at-6 am; ..Saturday at 2 p m'; 1859. ,.enter. into the required obligation- rj after_91.t of Iarch' next,fvM fe -.
Leave Tampa Monday Wednesday. and miles and back, once *'week. Arrive at New ltivernextday by 12 m; > Arrive at Apalachicola l AVednesdny and Friday contract perform the service lance Ii3hPtirdwthtie from the nearest sUtSoo mail .fndhow t ar.oaer--
reaMe
proposed to
Friday at lam ; LeavoEnterpnise Wednesday, at G a m; Le'a.ve'New Eiver Saturday'atipm; : ; by.4,p m, and Monday by 11 if m ; with:good,and sufficient, sureties.Thit GennaI.to. directa.aw1nkI! ,; I tfroni9. tlait
Arrive at Gainesville next days by 7 p m. Arrive at New Smyrna by 6 p m; Arrive. Alligator next day fry 6 p m. Leave Apalachicola, Mond Wednesday we.do, wndertlanding 'Idutinetly the, '

6511 From Gainesville by. Fort Clark, to Leave New Smyrna rl'Desday.at.a In; 6547. FroinNewn nsviJIe.by Sugar Grove, ,and Friday 6-p-nvj1; obligation and liabilities .attumed by f-.'seJiOiaotl.Da 1 at Congipjrno

Newnansville, 23 miles. and back,three Arriveat'Enterprise by 6pm., V 'Providence,and Ellisville: to Alligator.,' Arrive at Bainbridgo i next daysty.7.p in ; under the,27th tection of the 'guarantor act.of portation,of the, null baB that be letSa eontram rrerr for nit'the tr'Lii'

times a week. 6529 From Melioriville, by Ap pka Lake, 37 miles and back,twice'a, week. 5' Bids to run bydiff' rOnt schedules will,be Cwgrcuof'July*,,1830, ,'-! .t8,.a lowest, biddd'k1ideri a tScknt, '.. Ire
Leave Gainesville Tuesday, Thursday, and Harris Lake. Adamsville,, Sumterville, Leave.Newnanivillo Wednesday and F i-. considered. abide by the pcnalttrt therein pO (lt L fW performaacB; wklMwt other rviercncv to" ,
; Saturday, on arrival of mail from FcrnancUna Monroe's'Ferry, Pierceville -and Spring day at 6 am; Bids arc 'invited to embrace'.Fnceville, between Dated' o :. !".r.-nc !J11f.
"
say at 5 am ; Hill,to Bay Port 121, miles and Lack,, Arrive Alligator by 5pm; ,Baiubridgo and'Cbattahoo llee. (Signed'by:two guarantors.) such vide.forUM tzniporttiun..do* cel.rmtj Under.craamty this kw, aar -"

Arrive at Newnansville by 11 a m ; once a week. Leave Alligator! Tuesday. and. Thursday at6am1' Proposals to commence :at Belle.uei'omit; '" r tiRtu. > '. ; .' two ofbida has bn-rerj4ij.;They do aek,4 no*neatf.1

Leave Newnansville Tuesday .Thursday, Bidders will propose ,a schedule of departures : I ting bridge.willbe con idered. (See The underaigimedpptmaater. at mode of conyejaaer, bat engage te.ta.e. t. ,

and Saturday at 1 p m; and arrivals; Arrive, at.Newnansyine;: :by 5 p m, nbt 0'to;rq1 t No. 0564- )) *J z '. ,' State,of :', '_:, certiAcfrjf;. (DEB., HIS .OATH, .n f.ad the trip w ith ftled',.orta1etv' .J7., "'

Arrive at Gainesville by 7 p m. Bids to commence, at Pierccville will be eon. Bids. for.tri-weekly service will be considered 6563 From'Long Cane;by'Aspen Grove', to OFOPPICBtbathOj4acquainted with the from Ir the nateer terDM of I ia th wbJek taw.&T'SHJ 11at d.de.sjaa hs srs tyA&Jtie-'

6512 From Mica opy to .aca ootie.12 sidered. 6548 fJVoin New svlle I by ;8t., 'Louii, Abe Spring miles and back once a week.' above guarantors,-and knows'them'to be men boob of the.Jih.7 w,1.

miles and back, twice a week. 6530 From Mellonville to' Orlando' 2Gj to Ketr_ 'River: 22)mile and. back, 'once. ,, .,a Leave Lung.Cane'Monday at,5 am, i' ofproperty and ,able to make good ihr be conszru4 :u proYidiDC ii tbecone.iIlllitlf'
Leave Micanopy Thursday. and Saturday at miles and,back once a week.Lca..O t week. Amve'at.Abb.Spring: by:12[)ia ;> guaranty. ntlre. nr 1crp1 hffr'a.IIt )

) 8am; Mellonville Tuesday at.lp m; Leave Newnapsvflle ,Saturday,6 a m; Leavo Abe;Spnng .Monday. 'tl': p..m,',. .f*'I: Dated .'... .'.4" i ." i' ".5S

Arrive at Wacahootie by 12 m-; Arrive at.Orlando by 9 p m ; Arrive at New RivEr by 12m: ; -rrn'e atLong Cane ,b 8V'n -, "" : ( ) Whca the 1owe grade of 16. "...'WI",

Leave Wacabootie Thursday and Saturday Leave Orlando Tuesday,at'5:am ; Leave New, EiTer Saturday at.;1 p mj\ 6564. From Mariana}by! Bepeyue..toy DaJ '- P.. suc3cat,the low.bid_"'.(UI"t hi WtAJ1a.

,, v at 1pm ; Arrive atMellonville. by !12 in.. I. Arrive.at Newnansville,by 7 p m. bridge,. (Gad) 40rinUejiiand.'Jback, thteetimet nfttractioH, 10 fin,or pedio hld.1 l .'
:lj Arrive at Micanopy by 5 p m; Bills to extend! b1'oit ,Gatlin, Sbchrum, 6549 ,From NewBnsvlie awe k. ,. CoaW.ial eoadki.as tot* C.Tp.TuL.IIig.. tV either. When. the hwe.t Wi 10110&a.lM LJ..'' .
} mode fa .
Bids for an additional trip weekwill be and Ichepnckesassa, to .Tampa, will)be : by Tustenng. Leave Mariana ,Monday, Wet nciday, and to tAt meal,.dfftriauMLm Jecapr. It or aa >rfipMf mode-jet .
1IBJ
per not be .
considered. -. gee, Santa, ;ree. McQueen,, Sik IYIUe ,7Vmv > **"v" J; Seven minutes arc allowed.aw eoepted,bet be set'.side foe a J
considered. Fridayaf bIdp roosInt.
,.
.
Clay Landing and Poud office"wbtli'not othernfeti nwq .hr
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6513 From Orange Springs, by Morrison's 6531' From N Smyrna to .Indian River,I Qtie..in.milea and:Long back, once,a to,week Atsena,. Arrive. Bainbrit bf6ji f; malls,'butonto a, ':a.. ., the'6W.L.cat'. -"'

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,at 9 a m; Arrive Indian.Eiver in days.: Leave' Atsena Otie Saturday (11 ma opotiU/afc I 'invitetl for 'three. addit6niil| agents 0 the'demcUt4.-:also'po.t.' o banka I II *Bxmat to.':1Ma*r aiiet bwee1YeJ .

ArriveatMicanopyby5pm ; Leave'Indian Eiver. i the 2d and 4th Wednesday .- Anive' tJ.e" 1lnIOr1el, :' .i1Jf| ; tnps pet week from 15th October to '5th b.ia4 key .to TeV4WIthOI. l ,w w ,*,(ZX CIICTV wM: a ,
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Leave Micanopy .Tueadayand'Thurzday at of each month June, to CQne.et dulyiat! Ucllnvue with I R Zi'I .
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7 axn *.t -' -*- Amvovat New Smynj.t in, 6..dav. Bids for an additional- trip- .per;week will ;be .Btenjnboat.gcrvico.thence to Apnlacliicola,. or&he:department are to be conreye4.1Ih to modifl& '..) I l. .I'-v -.;

Arrive at OrangeSprlng?l>y3 t> m.' .6538 From,prlando (by the soutb: aide-of considered. \ *.t't. 'as invited; :n t :1 'Out8 NO..6$62. and for their exckslve u. while sisyeMia e : 21. .""t(". _- _

Bids to extend Wacahootie will be 'Lake rApopb)' .* aamsYille- 55 :9nt'l ,6505 ::From Mariai&'by;Or\ngo Hill,'Vcr.non.DouglassvillKnox maI. I coaaiodo e.ret s mIc4 lit. auslrof ,01''Mnnor._, I.
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6514 From Orange ,Spring*, by Jola; to 'I .OilapiWedaya, : irn J1, : ;l bcr>>a; vyiflwao and.lMick ntoWshmtownrfieBaile weeE'*" I. ;n ,'Alaqtia:,. East' River, and u&tinvill ; of ema11li.la to le 0 oavnvi.s be ride41J'seavatie*anti..4uI .. r : ='$lItluCUy.c-

Flemington,31 miles and back,once a week.Leave AIre at A""YiH .BextY.: .8'6.' :. .Leave Little.,{"". fr1i ""J, once a*; .c"<", toIjlt6zj4:- O niil .i Kl1a'bi ifttti. "c'i e 'der.tba4ine, kl-of' f.. tnotI..dtefM..U. a

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