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The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1858
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

Full Text


Appruov.d, June ll, 185 ..
;;.PubX'LXIL, *-
AN ACT to establish cce Post -Hitv "
Be it enacted by Ihe 1w at aUA H OIM "
of Reprie-ntatives of Lhl.,7Jiti44 tesor'
Ainei ica in Congress. ssr~nlE^, -_-tl .-
fullowing be trablished as pust-f. ftu;
From Pine tewel Moup *,
IV. via Clhirna iGrove, Fryelt*6 .....
ticello, to Pea River. in Pike county.
From Jefferson, via Macon. to Brewers-
From Greenville, via Tuluca, Rainers-
ville, to Leon.
From Handy Post-Office to Jasper, ia
Walker county. *
Frix Lonsville, via. Nichols' Carlic's,
and (ordon's, 'to Whittside's, on the
Nashville and Chattinooga railrcad.
,iin TLrkinavill ta Ouunter's Landing.
From Athens, via G.-(, A piiig"Bi~t
Gilbortsboro', to Mount Raszell;
Frem Talladega, via Florence's Ferry.
and Coosa Valley, to Crosswell. "
From Cusseto to Chambers' Court
From Society Hill to Tuskegee.
From Oxford, via Walker's Store, to-
From Jonesboro' to Democrat. 0
From Mexico to Chester.
From Ledohatchie, on the 4labama and
Florida railroad, via Haynewille Lown.
dsboro', Cross Roads and Beuton) to Sel-
From Oleander to Warrenton.
Fcom Harpersville, via Kelly's Creek,
CooseValley, Crosswell, Broken Arrow,
and Trout Creek. to Greensport,
From Indigo Head to Busbeeville.
From M,,rgon to Columbia.
From Goshen, via Mottsville and Tran-
qu.lit* .o ReevecT'lle.
From Elba, via Jones', Hilton's Cross
Roads Barnestown, Williams' Mill,,Clarys,
to Wardsville, Florid[a;]
From Haynesville via Hickory Grove,
Suresville, and Argis, to Troy.
From Gadidk-n, via Hoke's Bluff Hog-
an's, New Bethel, D. Draper's Cross
Plains, Narrow Valley, Palestine, to Esom
Hill, Georgia.
From Jacksonville via New! Bethel
Reevesuille Ball Play, Long's Perry, and
Mathews, to Blue Pond, !
From Brifceville t% Union Springs. ,
From Houston, Winston county, .'to-
Hanby, Walker county.
From Somervillt to Valhermoso Springs
Morgan county. >
From Montgomery, via Greenville ond
Sparta, to Pensacola, Florida.
From La Mesilla to La Mesa.
Fr,,n Tucson, via Sopori, to Tubac.
Pi om Tucson, via Supori, to Aqua Cal-
ient o. e
F.,in Wharton, via Tucson, Tubac, and
Caldonia, to Forfrltta^e^o- _....
AR'Ki-SAS.^-; ^ -... ,.^
From Lockport, via A. ]. fienaon'sl, to
Monter'y. .-;* :
.rl i '01iC "itA-1 Lo EMurfr-eesboro.,
F,'., Po~vhatan. xj% Gut*, A. Oakson
Spring River. M'jorAB. Ketlet an add My-
atL, U,, P01t1A Hill.
From Green Mpountu YJ #elf' Blufl,
C nmersille, to L h1i.
From Brownsville, via Maj. John Har-
din's, to Lake Bluff.
From Oentre Point to Ultima Thule.-
From Brownstown, via Aaraclifta, to
From Wild Hans to North Fork of
White River.
From Gainsville to Greenville. in Misa<
From Forth Smith to Albuquerque, in
the Territory of New Mexico.
From Marion, via Walnut Grove, Lyle'a
Ferrn, and Neely's Ferry, to Walnut
Fi om Little Rock to Hungary.
From Lewisburg,,in Conway county, by
Gafler Rock, and Bate's Mill, to Dardan-
elle, in Yell county.
From Mill Bayu to Chitteceaux, Mis-
From Aup,-nta, in Jackson, via Alvin
McDonald, te Jackson Port.
Fiom S arcy, in White county, to inter-
sect tfie route from Des arc to Fort Smith
at Cadron Creek.
From Paraclifta, in Sevier county, to
Sheetucket, in Polk county.
From "Weavwrsville, via the mouth ef
Carson creek, to Cannon city, in Trinity
From Sacramento City, via Washington
Puts Naeaville, Suisuu, Oondolieo, -Napla
ity, Sonomoa, Santa Rosa, aud other in- -
termediate vest offices, to Petaluma, in
Sonoma county.
From Sain Francisco to San Rafael.
Fronl San Francisco to Berry and Femn-
From San Juan, in Montery county, to
Los Angeles. in Los Angeles county.
From Nuburn, Placer county, via En-
elish's Bndgs and Grass valley, to to Nev-
ada city.
SFro)m Sacramento City, via Yolo City
in Y.l, county, to Cachoivilte.
From Sa'craments to Stockton.
From San Bernardino, via San Oeogon-
is, Ross, Ounehuitlo valley, to From
From Union, via Hoops valley to Or-
leans Bar.
From Union to san Francisco.

From Marosville. via North San Juan,
to Forest city.
From Nevada City, via Woolsey's Flat
Orleans Flat Chips Fslt Allegheny, For-
est Ctv, Dvnieville, Monte Christo,
Eureka Norl h Poker Flat, to La Porte.
From Sonora, Taolumne conuty, to
Mariposa city.
Frym Stockton, via Knight's Ferry,
Reek River Ranche, La Grange, and Mur-
ray Bridge to Mariposa.
From Murphy's,:via Big TDee road, to
Carson valley, Utah Territory.
From La Porte, via Quincy. to Susan-
ville, Utah Territory.
From Bidwell's Bar via Noble's Pass,
to Susanevllle UMah Territory.
From Shasta City, via Noble's Pass, to
Susanvilie, Mtah Territory.
Fr,>m.Genoa, via Eagle, Washo, Truck- -
pv and Long Valleys, to Susanvillo Utah
T r itory.
From San Francisco via Alviso, to San
From Suisun City Nurse's Landing.
From Colusa to Marysvilie. **
From San Francisco to Trinirty, via Pe-
talnma and Hnmboidt"
From San Francisco to Criesent City
via Trinidad and Humboldt B yv.
Frm Oresent Gity, via I nlian Creek,
Happy Camp. Scott River, to t-rka.
Fromn Tri;da, via Orleans Bar, Salmon
Rivers, to Yrka.
Frr..u Beihna.nt via Purocl%' St,,r, Pi,4-
-0(1--c Wl !,-(rrs. Landii t ',t ^'iita 0'i'!i,

wnsintso (0tbu


attornms at Caw,
Fernandina, E., F.
W ILL PRACTICE in the Eastern Circuit of
Florida, and Charlton, Camden and Glynn
Counties of the Brunswick Circuit, GeO.
G.,inmvwie Fla. |. Fernandinad, E F.
.'Fob. 17, 1868.-ly

E. Ii ,i CHARDS & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
Stllmhnt ,

_- .


G. C. Gibbs,
Janksonville, Fla.
apUt26 TEXAS.



F,r salarii.s of consuls-general at Que- moval and -ubsistence of Indians of Cali-
bec. Calcotia, Alexandria Sandla, lavana fornia to the reservations in that State.
,nis~aniit..t,.. i', ..... !,rl -,,,n-...he-Main, and for pay of Ihysicians, sn1iths, mechan-
cn.-uls at Liverpool London, .1ilb,,.rie. ic,. and' laborers at the reservations, one
Hong Kong,, Glasgv, lanituis Singapore hundred and sixty two thousand dollars.
Belfast Cork, Dundee. Demarara, Ilahfax, For the generall incidental expenses .of
Kingston [Jamaica.] "Leeds, Manchester, the Inmihan service in new Mexico, presents
Nassau, (New Providence,) Southampton of goods, -Vricnhl uial implements -.and ot-
'lrk s Island, Prince Ldward's Island t,er ustful articles and to assist' them to
Itavre, Pa'is, Marseilles. Borddeaux, La locate in permanent abodes an< i usilaiin
'Rochelle, Lyons, Moscow, Od.-s*a. R,-vel themselves by the pursuits of(ivilfzed Ilfe
Saint -Petersbourgh, Malai,zas,, Trinida- to be expended und(r the diiecrl.,n of the
de Culbn, Santiago jh I'ul.,.. .-alif Jlian; Secretary of the Interiors, seventy five
[Porto Rico) Cadiz; Malaga, Ponce, [Porto thousatid dollars.
Rico.) Trieste, Vienna. Aix-la-Chapelle, For ile c..mp,.niati.n of three special
Canton. Shanhai Fouclion, Amoy, Ningpo, a-'elisand three inleilpreters for the In-
Beirout, Sm rna, Jerusalem Rotterdam, dtan tribes ,.f Texas and for purchase of
Antlerp;Fi mcail: Oporto, St. Thomas. pieser, s,;fiftetn thousand dollars.
Elsineur, Genoa, Basle Geneva, M" sinia, Fop 1he expenses of colonizing, suppor-
Naples, Palermo, Leipsic, Munich, Leg- ting as tIui ni',h ng ngri,.'iltural implement
horn, Stuttgaidit, Bremen, Hamburg, Tan- aiid stlek f,.,, tle In.liani in Texas, fifty
giers, Tripoli, Tunis, Rio de Janeiro, Per-__ tti.,usaird dollars; and the Secretary of the
it.n.lbucu, Vcra"-ruz, Acapulco Valpairiso Tnteriudr-_is he-reby aunorizeal to.> "
Buenos Ayres. San Juan del Sur, Aspin- anl. surjeq the indian reservation desig-
wall. Panama, Laguayra fouoluln, Latiai- a -eb byan at iofthv Iogislature of the
na Capelown, Falkland Islands, V, mcee Siate ul"l'e'a. apfo'ved February fourth,
Stettin, Canudi, Cyprus, Batavia, Fayal e,,!hteen hundred a",l fifty-six, and to ap-
Santiago, [Cabe de Verdes] Saint Croix point aa Indian pgent for Said reserva-
Spezzia, Athens Zanzibar. Bahia Mar'do tion.
ham Island, Para. Rio Grande, Mataueoras "For thetnaintenance of a school at Bra-
Mexica. [cit3] 'lauipicu, Pa'o del Norte, zos agenerpo-'errfatleacher, and purchase
Tabasco, Paisa, Tumbez, Talcahuano, Car- of b'oks: cue lh.usaud five hundred dol-
thageia .a anillo, Oruoa, Cuayaquil Cobi- lars.
ja, Montevideo, Tahita, Bay of Islands; ETor the general incidental expenses of
pia, Lanthata; commercial agents at San the Indian service in ilie Ti ritory of Utah
Juan del Nurte. Port-au-Prince, San Do- presents of g,,o!, a.riciitural implements
m 0go. city,; Stt. PauL de Loanuda A...l-, and other ui-eful rnicles. including travel-
M r-wnrvia Gaboon Cape mIaytien Aux (Jay- ling expeuss ,,flthe superintendent, agent
es, and Amioor River, one hundred and and clelk hire, l,ft), five thousand dol-
seveuly-three thousand seven hundred liars. ....
and tifty dollars. Creeks.-F...r paymen in goods to the
Fur iiterpreters to the consulates in Creek Indians for damages oi their annu-
China, fvur thousand five huddled dul- ity goodswrecked in the steamer Govern-
lars. or Mi i!-", in December, eighteen hundred
For compensation of the cuomissioner, and fiftv-f.ur. ,ino thousand nine hundred
secretary, chiefavtronumer and surveyor and ,i^iy -lie, dollars and twenty-five
asis'ant abtrouci and rurveyorclerk, a,,d cents. --
lor provisions. transportation, and counti- Seminoles.--For payment to the Semi-
gences ot tfhe the commissioner to run and noles for ,laina..cs -.11 their annuity goods,
nark tihe boundry ou Washigtoun Teri wrecked in the steamer Governor Meigs,
tory sevenyty-oue thousand duliMrs, in December. eighteen hundred and fifty
For compensation and pert dem of the four, three hundlr-d and thirty-two dol-
colulniishiore', l contueusan'on of the survay- laV.8 and vit-vin rents.
or atnu Lu pay -V1t, of all expenses of the For rti,,ihurnt-in,-nt to W. J. Cullon, su-
coninissimi>r uuder tl> ....-,o..-,t treatyv perintendent of Iudian affairs for the nor-
with Great Britain Iwenty thre thousand them superiteney, f r-expenditures made
dolla..s. by him in the recovery of five thousand
Approved, June 5, 1858 dollars of the public Iunds stolen from fo rt
Ridgely. six hundred and fifty dollars.
Pub. CLV. ..IOtteA and Mi--o,,r ai-.-Fr keeping
AN ACT making supplemental Appropri- i rpair Oie pllit and -;W mill provided
S for by the ;t-% ewh ailtl t. of the treaty ofI
actions for thc Cuirent and Cowumgent
Expenses of the Indian Department, ad nl',e,,. Match. }t-in hundred and
for iuliiling Treaty Stipulations with ll -f**,rthri.e hundrep dollars
various Indian Tribes, for the )ear end- F, f.s-pl% t hel e. ,. w blacks ith t s shop
ing Junepthirtiud. eige with tools and
il Juine th h, eighteh rdn p it.i-i n pr, per seventh article of
hilty-nine.I .
Be it enacted by the Senate and House th, !:ealy tlt,,fi th March. eighteen hun-
o drtf-i an i f{i ..uL-r. six hundred d,,l1ars.
,f Represeniatves of ihe United Stalei of For erec teion of houses h fr>' he miller,
America in Congress assembt eiz, Tlhat frefter, w '. o k,-ntith, and engineer, one the- I
the f,,Iowmg sum s b e. and t are h e- usand eight huk ndred and e ifty dollars. b
),v appropiated, out of anyin oney in the F^ r ai st hundred doll
,rt :,, ,ry no t L t hcvr 'in c a ppl'tpriated. for i asjaistant m miller, three hundred --Iol 0
tiho i.,r, Uo-. ,f payiI' the curteu. au., c.. lars a a o
,,, c,. e.p,-,- .ft, I d~a, d pattme r .,r aii Lnm,h,1.r and a-_istant, one th ,u-
1i r, A .i.t e A p tio r tc T il le l 1d i R 1 d espa r tamden t ei h hi,, .- r M, ,d 1 1 S -
..... n;,, tlv-,t% M ulttl n with vari- .r keep~ng- in repair the
t- id,,is:l-'!.. ,,d C:,,kjmaTn- ri.t an- 1saw will provided for by thu

prentices in syops, pei fourth articles, four
hundred and eighty dollars.
For first ot'ti n instments f:or farming
utensils and stock' during the pleasure of
the President, -per fourth article, twelve
r hundred dollars. -
For compeasotion of two strikers or ap-
preutices in shops, per fourth article, four
hundred and eighty dollars.
For fir st uf ten inisialm'ents- for farming
utei,.ilsr nnd alvck, during-the pleasure cf
the "Pit'idesil, per fourth article, twelve
hundred dollars.
For pay of a farmer, per fourth article,
six hundred dollars.
For the erection of a steam grist and
saw mill, per fourth article, six thousand
For first of ten instalments for pay of
miller, at the discretion of the President,
per fourth article, six hundred dollars.
Er first of ten instalnents for pay of
dent, per fourth article; twelve hundred
For compensation to apprentices to as-
sist in working the mill; per fourth article
five hundred dollars.
Lor the erection of dwelling-houses for
the interpreter, blacksmiths, farmer, miller
and engineer, (five hundred dollars each,)
per fourth article three thousand dollars.
For the first of three instalments for the
pay of six laborers, per seventh article,
three thousand dollars.
For payment to Samual Allis. in remu-
neration for his services and for losses sus-
tained by him, per tenth article, one thou-
sand dollars.
For payment to Ta-ra-da-ka-wa. head
chieg of the Tappahs band, and lour other
Pawnees, for their services ai guides, and
for losses sustaiued by tlem.(onee hundred
dollars each,) per eleventh article, five
hundred dollars.
To enable the Pawnees to settle any
just claims existing against them, per
twelfth article, ten thousand dollars.
For survering the exterior lines of the
reservation provided for in the first article
one thousand dollars.
Spc. 2. Ard be it further enacted, That
the Cornwio5ivnuii oo' Indian Affairs be, arid
he hereby is, authorized and required,with
the approval of tne Secretary of the Inter-
ior, to remove from any tribhdl to.ervation
any person found thereinu-without author-
ity.of law, or whose presence within the
limits of the resetvaiion may, in his judge-
ment. be detrimental to theipeace and wel
fare of the Indians and to employ for the
puryose such force as may -be ne-.essasy
to enable the agent to effect. \the removal
of such person or persons. r.
SEC. 3. And he it further enacted, That
the Secretary of the Inverior beq, and he
is hereby, authorized arid directed to pay
to such persons of Miami blood as have
heretofore been excluded fromn the annui-
ties oftihe tribe since the removal of the
Niamies in eighteen tiujdiel anil fort)stx,
and siuce thte-reaty- -rl\,.f h.-r liu,,died
and tilty four, and ili-se nu.hiar m-e not
IIiiienei in the sq ppleiivint to ) id tival\ ,
Iheir prop l lioln ol' tile tiib.il amuitutrs
frum %%hiCii they have been e.\clud..d ; and,
lie i, al,, autu ho iiz-:.i aluJ dirt:it.,.,1L t. e. tl
Liu 11i pv iolii, U,,,li HtIe pd\ lik, ofu I'l rinbe
An.d1 lb.. I I M .... ... .I I h...4 ..,. IQ

3 rx x 2.W per o01um in dance.

For ,.e squire of12 lines or less $1.00 for
thil flrlt, aind 756 cents for each subsequent inser-
tion. for any thne less than one n onth.
A \ tin.e leri thin uno month, t.) be charged at trans-
ient rates. *
For on \wo-r it_ at the following rates :-
n,. Pqrs. I mo. 2 -mos. 3 mos. 4 inos. 6 mos. 12 mos
I sqr. 311 4.,0 500 600 7.50 10.00
2 ,qrk. 400 5.60.. 0 .06- 7.00 8.0 15.000
3 F00 600'. 7.00 800 950 18.00
4 600 700 ]'B.o0 900 105ii 21.00
5 T 700 8.00 () 9 ) 1000 11.50 24.00
6 800 9.00 10n 1100 12.50 26.00
7 900 10.00 ll1100 1200 13.50 28.00
8 l' 1000 11.09 1200 1300 14.50 30.00
9 .1100 12.00 1300 14.00 1550 32.00
Ift," 120t! 1300 14100 .15.00 1650 34.00

-." 1 sum of seven thousand dollars, or so tnuich
\11l. 1,. LAW IM ON & C0., thereof as may be necessary, be, and the
same is hereby, appropriated, out of any
Scea IZjSlvx-xe-L money in the treasury not otherwise ap-
COTTON TACOnSB p"'Prnaed', to enable the Secretary of the
lwet.riir to reimtburse the registers of the
l and-unfices at Orgon 'ltv and Winches-
2ro. to oov1-jr t I .A .... ;., it.. -.,...... f t' ,- n, ror expen-
CIIARLESTON, ,. C. se iincu'rred by thenl in the employment
f clerks actually required for the transac-
Wit. M. LAWTOIM, R. WAINWRIGHT BACOT, ,., 1,0 o (ieI '* e.1
JosWrH T. LL. WIBOTN R. LAw N. 1 .o t fe business of their repectivc
POTTONS will be received at ,'FerjaIxudna offices. growing ,,ut of an act entitled 'An
and forwarded per Stermers (Carolina. act to create the office (of surveyor general
St. Marys, and Everglade, by Messrs, of the public lands in )Oregon, and to pro-
Taylor & Sawyer, Coachman & 4''o., vide for the survey and to i:ike donations
Young & Deckliam, and Samuel Ellis. to settlers of the said public lands,' ap-
March 10. 1858--y 'proved September the tewenty-seventh, one
E it W 1 N & !I .1 { D E E, thousand eight, hundred and fifty.
-. ....... .. Approved, June 5, 1858.

For any tI,,- 31. abi.. a specified, a proportion-
te charge will ku mfinde
steamboats will be "advbrtised at $25 per an-
' im for each boat advertised.
Yearly advertisers shall be limited to the
space contraced for.--'Alicontracts shall be in
writing, stating definitely the nature o'"the bus-
"tes to be advertised. Any advertisement not
prfp--rly connottedt with the business shall be
charge Beprarnely an-t al-lo any excess of matter
over the n mnunt contracted for.
Contract -hdvertisement payable quat'terly,
adrertisemi'its for strangers and transient per-
Eons payable in .advance. All others will be
considered due when called for.
I Professional and business cards, not exceeding
one square, will be inserted at; $10 per annum.
Announcing candidates for office $ 5, to be
p aid in advance. ,
orice to I'ebutors ind Creditors .......... $7.00
Application f,,r Lettersof Adminlstrativn..... 5o0
dismissal -as ," 10.00
BOOKI -''" *<** "fait''IS.

In connection with iLis eitabliphnjent is a
"where every discription of printing is executed
,with neatness and despatch. Particular atten-
tion paid to all kinds of MtrcantilU Printing.

Pub. XCIT.
AN ACT to authorize the President of the
United States, in Conjunction with thi
State of Texas, to run and mark the
Boundary Lines between the territoryo
the Unifed Stales and the State of Tex-
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assemnbl!ed, That, the
President of the United Stags. be. and he
hereby is, authorized and t-inpowered to
appoint a suitable person or persons, who
in conjunction with such person or per-
sons as may be appointed by and on be-
half of the State of Texas for the same
purpose, shall run and mark the boundary
lines between tth T'et-iiitu it' ,diii x.;t^<
State and the State of Texas: Beginning
at the point where the one hundredth de-
gree of longitude west from Greenwikh
crosses Rod River. and running thence
north of the point where said one hund-
"redth degree of longitude inttrsects the
parallel of thirty-six degrees thirty min-
utes north latitude; and thence west with
the said parallel of thirty-six ,t&grces and
thirty minutes north latitude to the point
where it intersects (he one hundred and
third degree of longitude west from'Green
which; and thence sonth with the said ove
hundred and third degree of longitude to
the thirty-second parallel of north lititudv;
and thence west with the said th'.rty-se-
cond degree of nette latitude to the Rio
SEC. 2. And be It further ctuicted, That
such landmarks shall be establiblied at-the
said point of beginning on Red River, aid
at the other corners,' auii oir then s d if t-
erni lines of said -cwiu ena i- ,,v ii,,- a
greed on by t,: 1'r, -i-l i l ith- .' ith.,
States, or th(K-A, iS c i,.i. ,,,.!>, I,.. a1ittl ortiy
and the said il -i 'l' T, As. 1 I ose aciin,
under its autlioi v.
S, 3 Ile I'!, l .r r .. .....-ree. T ;, *. *.,,
sun, .- t eight i'h% ,JUS ,Ii I! .I ir s i r s., in i.ch
tl ir>, fas 11:,11 b. n.C. --.>, he. le, aI ,'hlit
a.1ie heieby is, applrpiated, out of' ;mi
mione it>ll he Lreasury not ol hrwvise ap-
propiiated. to carry out of pr u,i,-.ns of
this act: Provided, Tl'hai tle personn 01
persons appointed and etiply'td on tht
part and behalf of Texas ark to be paid b\
the said State: Providedd n'riher, That io
persons, except a supi-ritfii missioner, shall be appointed or1 epioht,-ed
In this service by the United st'aus blu
such as are rum|uired to mnale th(i nctcessa-
ry observatiots and S~lrVi')s to ascul'taln
such line and erect .-uilable -houintains
thec'on and make r,,turn iot Ihe same.
Approved) June 5 1858,
Pub. XC11I.
AN ACT marking Appr,,priatios for th(
Consular and Diplomatic Expenses of the
Government for thet year ending tl(e
thittieth of June, cigtu, en hundred and
Be it enacted by the Senate amd House
of Representative of the Uhited States of
of America in Congress assembled, That
the following sums be, and the same are
hereby, appropr:ated, out of any money in
tile treasury no(t otherwise appropriated
for the objects hereafter expressed, for the
fiscal year ending lairtieth of June, eigh-
fcen hundred and fifty nine 6a mel !
Fo salaries of envoys extraordinary.
tninisters, and comnmnissioners of the United
Stale at Great Britain,. France, Russia,
Prussia; Spaiin. Austria, Brizil, Mexico,
China. Chili, Pe-u, Portugal Switzerland,
Rome,i Naples. Saridinia, Belgium, Holland
Denmark, Sweeden. Turkey, Buenos Ay-
res, Sandwich Island, two hundred and
senenty four thousand dollars.
For salaries of ttie secretarieries of lega-
tion of the United States, twele thousand
.For salaries of assistant secretaries of
leeation at London and Pari", thrc thou-
sand dollars.
For 8allary of the Secretary .of legation
to China, acting is interpreter, five thou-
sand dollars.
Fof alary of the secretary of legation
to Turkey, acting as dragomanithree thou-
sand dollars.
For contingent expenses of all the mis-
sions aboard, fifty thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of foreign in-
tercou,'se sixty thousand dollars.
For expenses of intercourse with the
Barbary powers three thousand' eo;-
For expenses of the consulates in the
'Turkish dominions viz; interpreters, guard
and other expenses of the eonsianiii,,ple,
Smyrna, Ciandia, Alexandria and BBIr-
out. two thousand fiive hundred d,,l-
For the relief and protection of Ameri-
can seameTn itn Foreign countries, attd huu-
dred and fifty thousand dollars.
For expenses which may be iuncrred in
acknowledgeing tlle services of th; inasi ras
anld cr'ew? olfore~ign vessels in rescuing
citliensanid vessels of the United States
from shipw.reck, ten thousand do~ars, to
be expended under thie dtreetiou of tlei
Presluetut of the United States.
For the purcii;a.e of tlhe bank books.
stationary, arms of the United S~it,'s" seals
presses: atnd hur the payment f p" :'a"S
and lnii8cel(;!iious t-xpeiihea ot' lhle Cou-'Ula
ot, the t Uited latvs, lbrty thousand d,,l-
For otfice ren't fre those oonuiitis-gua,'d
COiinsUIi an~dcomnmercial agents whni are
not allowed tQ trade, including lot's i~y ex-
chisngo thereon, twenty-seveu tilou~aand
Itl!r^" hund!:1'd andc seventy' dollars,


0' o mvm ts s 1io3n
C> T" I n IJN BI >X


N. A. IIardee & Co., Savannah, Ga.
R. A. Allen, "
A. A. Smeits, "
Col. A. S. Jones, "
Hiram Roberts, "
Judge D. R- Tucker, Milledgevilie.
Hon. Chase. J. Jenkens. Aga,~" -
-- --, m., L ile, uo. Ca.
Col. A P. Aldrich, Barnwell C, T.. C.
Gen. L.M Ayer. ,, 19 it
COTTON shipped via. Fernandinaand
addressed to the care of any of the Forwariing
Merchants qf that place, will be promptly re-
ceived. July 7--Iy





9AU'L A SWai.,

li -T P, 11 1*-. 4.%. JLkj6.-&.L I JLJ. I I I
,.o. ,.. -.A S D"A N D '

.o-ttoni F"aao~tox1^

South l.Atlantic Wharf
They till make advances on All consignmenls.
April 7, 1856-ly

o. %,. %.. I \ il a n e V l v.y 4 r i o u r t h e i g h t h a r ti c l e o f t h e t r e a t y o f s i x t e e n t h t h e m i n f ut u re : P /.r aa d, T na t h f t, r e -
.,!,.,rc,..,nu!h. tit l..ra. td i.. le a March, eighteen hundred and tftfy four, a ,t, ha e lor.ll, him-
I. ,, i.,.,,-h.,., l' m. pert" ,ir.l ar- v. hundred- dollars. r = .a.ni.,e arM g out ot" prev us trea"
i;',, 1%-,ta\ .Cii,' C ,, ] Ja,,-tlr ,eigh- Ful- the ervte 0fa lc s ihs sp I, ntte d ig n tfp e iu ra
l 11 ,.un- f a blacksmith' shop ies. And saip Secretary is also authoriz-
l"'.,. lh,, .!.'A .w,,,l 6h-rT-, clhreethouusand for sulpyming the same with tools and ed and directed to cause to be located for
hl,ur I., ,.l,e i anu frty dollars. kecpingJt mi repair, per eighteenth arti- such persons each two hundred acres of
Ni,.qnuail I'Pu alhip, and other tribes cie of tht treaty of sixteenth March, cigi. land out of the tract of seventy thousand
it tBatis ,t.1la,.a.-Flor fulfilling tile t,.en hundred and fify four, six hundred acres reserved bv tie second article of the
.taites negotiated |weny sixth 1acem- d. liars. treaty of Jule fifth, eighteen hundaed and
ber, eighteun Imundcrd andi fifty-four, with Forewection of houses for miller, farm- f ou w t misrues, to bo held by
certain, land.s of hIdians of Puget's 6ound. er, blad.suith, and engineer, -two thou- s persons by the same tenure as the
WVashingto-l lcattiy and iw hundred and itty dollars, lcttons of individuals are held which
Fog fourtii of tvcniy instalnents foi For at. assistant tnillert three hundred have been made under the third article of
I pay of iiistruct,r,i smith, dhl siciont carpen- dollars. said treaty
ter. latiner, and assistants, if necessary per For ai enginer and assistant, one thou- Adroved, June 12 1858
teh ti tticle treaty twenty sixth Decem- sand eigit hundred dollars. p J 2 1
e Lhuii liuindrtd aid if.y-four, two thou- For thtsainount to erect suitable build- Pub. CXXXIIL
sband two iutid red dohas. ings at tic Omaha agency, tu replace tho,e A ACT o t Reliefof certain Settlers
Chasta ScoLon),antdUmp.,qua Indians.- recently destroyed by fire, two thousand on the Public Lands in the Stato of
For fourth of fittceiilnstatiue,:tB lor tile five hundred dollars. Wisconsin.
pay of a farmer, per fifth article treaity 6hawiraes.-For fifth of seven annual in- Be it enacted by the Senate and tiouse
eighteenth Novinber, e.ghteen hundred staliunti of money in payment for lands, of Representatives of the United States of
e .111 fit'ty tour, four hundred -dollars. per third article treaty, tenth May, eigh- America in Congress assembled. That
For fourth of'ft li istalmriis h,,r pay Of teen hundred and fifty-four, ninety, nine so much of the even-uuinbered sections of
physician, inedicinies, s'andexia.se of care thousand dollars, the saute having been land selhcied by the Stale of Wisconsin
(,tf te sick, per fifQy articto treaty eiglh- omitted in the enrollin of the Act making in the month of June, in tile year eighteen
tecuth Nov. njber, e.ghtcen Ihndred and appropriations for the current and contin- hundred and forty-nine, to satisfy the
fifty four four hun,,drud and ibny dolars. gent expenses ot the ludian department, quantity of land due said State under the
Umpquas and Ca'.pooias, of Uunpqua aua for fulfitlikg treaty stipulations with act of Congress of Augu-t eighteen hun-
E Valley, Ort-gon--Fur fourth of ten instal various Iniian tribes, for tihe year ending dred and-forty-six, granting land in aid
t mpts tr ithe pay of a blacksmith, and fur June thirtttl, eighteen hundred and fifty ,f the improvement of the Fox and Wis-
nishiug shop, per sixth article treaty twen- ntuee, approved May filth, eighteen hun- coiismn rivers, as have been sold, cr con-
ty ninth Noveulber, eighteen hundred and dred and fifty-eight. tracted to be qold, by said State or its as-
fifty four. four hundred and forty dollars. Winnebagoes.--For payment to Baptist s;gis under the laws thereof, are hereby
SFor fourth ot fifteen instalhnets8 for the Lassalhvr, a Wiunebago halfbreed, for this cofirmed to said State. as parts of said
-pay of a phi sican and purchase of medi- amount, to which le is entitled under the grant, and the of tae purchasers declared
cities, per sixth article treaty twenty ninth fourth article of the treaty with the Win- to be valid as though the said selections
November, eighteen hundred and fifty four nebagoes oi the first November; eighteen had been made in conformity with law:
one thousand dollars, hundred an(< thirty seven, tour hundred Provided. That noLthing contained in this
For ilourth often instalhents for the pay dollars, with interest there,,n from tie act shall be construed to increase the
of a farmer, per sixth article treaty twenty date of unauthorized payment tu John H. quantity of land to which the State is en-
ninth November, eighteen hundred and Kinzie, il eighteen hundred and thirty- titled under the grant aforesaid: And
filty four, four hundred dollars, eight, at six per contum, four hundred aud provided further, That a schedule, duly
For fourth of twenty inmtalments for eighty dollars, together making eight hun- certify [certified] by the governor, of the
the pay of a teacher, and purchase of book dried and eighty d,,lars. lands sold and contrreted for to be sold,
and statiot.ery per sixth article treaty To enable tile Secrejary of the Interior prior to the passage of this act, shall be
twenty ninth November, eighteen hun- to perform the engagements aud stipula- filed in the Geterals Land-Office within
dred and fifty four, seven hundred and fit- flins e Genera. barney made with the six months from the date of this act.
ty dollars. iox Indians at Fort Pierce in eighteen Scc. 2. And be it further enacted, That
Fur the general incidental expenses of hundred and fifty.six, seventy-two thou- evory person being the head of a family.
the Indian service, in the T!e ritory of Ore- sand dlhiars. widow, or single man over the age of
gon. including insurance and transporta- To enable the Secretary of the Interior twenty-one years. who, on the elevnth
tion of annuities, good-, and presents, and to, ajusL differences and preseeve peace day ot June, in the' year eighteen and for-
office and travelling expenses, of tih .euper- with the Cult-head and Yanctonatse Baud ty-nine, was, 0o since that, time has become
intendent, agents, andd sub-agefits, thirty of' Sioux Indians, twenty-five thousand au actual settler and housekeeper, and has
nine thousand five hundred dollars" dollars, made other improvements on any.tract
For adjusting difficulties and preventing For compensation of five extra clerks embraced ill srid even-numbered section
outbteaks among the Indians in the Terri- employed in tile Indian office under tihe selection, which the- State of Wisconsin or
tory of Oregon, ten thousand dollars, act of fifth August, eighteen hundred aud its assigns has not sold or contracted to
For defraying tile expenses of the r%- filty-four. aod third ,f March eighteen sell, is hereby entitled to tile same right
moreland Cubsisteh5e of Indians in Oregon hundred and fifty five, and uiri" appropri- of preemption, and upon the same terms
Territory to, the reservations therein, aidl ations ntade from year to yea_ "vei thou- and conditions, aa is prescrbsd by an act
ing them in procuring their own subsist- saud dollars, entitled "AAn act to appropriate the pro-
ence, purchase (,f provisions and presents, Pown,ss.-For fulfilling the stipulations ceeds of the sales of tile public lands and
compensation -of laborers and other employ in the treaty with the Pawnees (.10--lhe to grant preemption rights," approved
Ors, one hundreor and eleven thousand dol- twenty-fourtth of Septcmber. eighteen hun September fourth, in the year eighteen
lars. dred and fifty-seven., hundred and forty-one: Pioveded, That
For the go neral iflci'lental expenses of For fit st of five instalments in gcods and this act shall not be construed to convey
the lin;an service in the Territory of such articles as may be necessary for thiem to Wisconsin aly parts or portions of said
\VVashi/ig'on, including insuraneeand Iran- per second ,rtiecls of said treaty, forty even-numnbered section sections which
,,poriati,,n ofannuities. goois, an 1 present thousandil dollars. said Slate or its assigns have not actually
an; ,,ie and traveling expenses of the 'For support of two manual labor schools sold or contracted to sell, add the title to
sulieriniiendoiit, agents, and sub-agents, duti'g the pleasure of the president, per which is not confirmed by thc first sAe-
thlrty-six thousand dollars, third art.ale of .aid tieaty, tel thousand tion ofthiles act.
For adlju.tii)g difficulties and preventing dollars. Approved, June 9, 1858.
outbreaks among the Indianus ln Washiiig- For pry of two teachers, pet- third arti-
ton Territory, twelve thousand five hun- cle, twelve hundlred dollars Pub. CXLVIII.
dred dollars. For erection ol houses lor teachers, per Be it enacted by the Senate and House
For dci(ra) ing the expenses of the re- third artLicI, one thouisaild doll]:rs. of Rt-paesentatives of tle United Statlis of
itoval and subsislenl;e of the Indians in F, two c,,nphrte sets of blacksmith, America i lOngress assembled, That. the
Wafiin,,gton Territory to the reservations gunstuith, auid tinsmtith's tools, per fourth Commissioner of tile Geueral Land-Office
lh,,rein, aiding thin tn procurm;; their own article, s,-.ven hundred and lifty dollars, be authorized, and he is hereby required,
sub-is.tence, pturchase of provisions and For erectioii of shops for smiths. per to caltse paLents Lo be issued on all certis
presi-uts.,. and coipeiisaLion of laborers and fou,'th art'c!e five hundred dollars. ficates for entries made within the limit-
othier employees, sixty one thousand live For purciiae of iron, steel; andl other of the COhoctaw cession of eighteen hund-
hundred dilars, neces~anius tor-some, during the pleasure red and thirty, at less than the true grad-
Fur the general incidental expenses of ithie pljreident, per fourth article, five uatiou price, which were issued prior to
the Idian t'rvice l tCalFfornia, including hzundred dollars, the reception, by the local land ofhwers, of
travelling expenses of the superiiite:idunt, For pay of two blacksmiths,one of whom the true graduation lists, where such cer-
a,-,ilt, and sub agent, fifteen thousand dul- to be a gunsinth, at.< tinsmith, per fourth tilicates aiud entries are regular i_1 all oth-
l~rs. article, twelve hundred dollars. er resoectsi any law to t0.0 contrary inot-
F Fur defra)ying the expenses of the re- For compensation of two otriksrs or ap- wibth&r'ai.

r.. r n t Street, .
MTTII.T, give prompt attention to the RECEIV-
,VV KING and RESHIPMENT -of goods and
'ountry produce, and the purchase and sale of
Provisions. Grnin, Oils, Groceries, Hay, Brick
&c., .n Commission.
Cotjalgnments and orders solicited.

WataenLA Meares. 34 Burling Slip New York.
John Ifolinsi. 88 Wall Street, do
Col. John M1tiRae, Pres't Bank Wilmington:
<, Wilmington N. C.,
$. & D. MuRne A Co., MerchaDts, do
W'i. B. Giles & Co. Savannah, Goo,
Claghi n A Cunnlngham Merc'ant Sav. Geo.
Jth F O'.'eill East Bay, Charleston S. C.,
Jes Finegan & Co., Fernandina Fla.,



.PECIAL ateent.lon given to RECEIVING
ond FOR\fARDIN G, and Sale of COT'TON
-and obeer Produce.
Dolner Potter & Co .... New York. 7%
Richard Lnthers ........ do.
E. Robbins and Bradiey, do ^iI -
John FrAor A o,.......Charles16n,.g.'.
D. L. Mrl~ay ........... do) "
Gilliland,'llo well & Co., -4 .
Felix Lirrngst, n .... Fernqbtlina, Fla.
A. H. Co e........... .'do.
Geo. W Call........... CIo .
K. S. Perry, ........ Mli,-, opy, Fla.
rernandina, Fla, A[,rd 7, 1R58-ly
T. 4. AtOSTA & 10.9
Wholesale and Retail Dealk"

Ja aub Staple

RBats, Slipes, Hardware, Drugs,
Segass, Tabacco, Wines.
.a-hd Liquors, and
c;6 3E C 40 3G3 3E X 30' 9
/ of all kinds.
'Particular attention given to.Receiving .and
Forwarding ofAlerchandize, Cotton, &c.
fr Libernl advances made on Cotton.
Kerandiha, March 3d, 1858-1Ay


MBI.SfA fflD

Lands, Negroes, Stocks, Bonds,
&c,, &c,, &c.
Vft. Liberal advaeeS made an Property.

General Commission Mercliant,
W ILL give prompt attention It) the sale of
COTON, or any other business entrusted

to his care. Charges moderate.
John Lama ........... Savannah,
Scrauton & Nomris,.... "
A S H artridge ,....... "' "
Brigham Baldwin & Co. "
Fernandina, June 16, 8858.-ly

Ga. '.t

811RoTDOT ITF1wilo
Orders from the country promptly atten-
ded to.
always on hand.
Fernandina, Fla. Feb. 10, 1858, ly

r dt'ord (s hMcLiIn,
Newnansvllle, Florida,
October, II 185tdI-l.'""

l1ub. XCI.
AN BCT nmikiig a|,p, prii, n of the pay-
ment of Clerks ni ploved in the Ofices
of the Registers ul the Lainl Office at
Oregan C ity and W~inchester, in the Ter-
rit<:ry of Oregon,
B' Hvn-a~cti-d by thtSenate and House
'ofFt pi.,il.te-) il of the Uniited States of
America in Cungress assemble. That the

rnan;Bu, Nsr. Cc., Fla.
" < B-2 T


Fernandina, Fla.
Particalar attention will be giren to theRs
the Sale of Cotton and other Produce.

F-.'E FnAsM. Charlost,,n, S. C. i I ItRAM A & -AB
Cucix, naDBilie, Fla. ; MCINl.iusn I PUWIALL MicaiBopy,
F l1 -. -. *- '



Architect, Contractor and Su-
perintendant )f Buildings.
With Specifications, &c.
M Orders through the Post Office will re-
ceive prompt attention. Feb 10-1y


.Co mm i s slion Me r c h an ts,
., And Dealers in
Terms 'ash pr Barter.
deviatv.-n from this rule, in. any cast, ex-
yb, l.,tiet igarene ent.
,eral advancese u Luiton, in Goods, or
!lCU paid for LAND WARRANTS,
1. Skins.
' i'. la. April 17, 1869.

/400- bushels of prime quality.
u In store and for sale 1;y
E.A.-&,A. t. JlI-'"FFY D..,
Sept. T.-It Second streetk
SIX weeks after date I .I ill ,ppi I ., p l.% Il':,n.
k.) the Judge uf Probaetoot N. iZl c:',,nt
letters of Administratiou --.n the ELale 0f ,f
Pelot of said county, dece.-i e,I I
Sept. 1, 185P.-6w

wNkrwE.% M
S IX weeks after dato I will ir, plh ,-'ho II-,.n
the Judge of Probar v-, *in.I f-.r tlhi C,,uny'
of Alach nu for Letterso <.f .-\.,.. iir"ai .o .,n tli,
Estate of W illiam M. Fr.. .-, I f r ;,j- ..uI V
deceased. i"-11.M ILAAERt.


f,-im Crevill, via Bi well's Bar, P
Ni le, Brush Creek. Meadow Valley
From Jackson to Vlcano.
(lhrom Sacramento City, by Washingt<
hvTille, Ciahe Creek, Yolo City, A
I,'anon, to Clear Ltke, Naps County.
From Satcramento Oity, by Ouisbe a
"Valnut Grove, to Gprgiana Slough,
Sacramento county.
Frm Mokelumne'Hill, by Rich Gul
to West Pohii. Calaveras County.'
From Knights Ferro, by La Grang e,
Horuitas, Maripsa, county.
From Nuva,' !.City, by Alpha, to Wu
In tou Nevrda country.
From I'rka, Tvia Shasta Valley so
prings, Purtug-. as Flats, I),o.,Oree
fhurntown. to Sha.tla.
Prom Smyrn, via Ohe sterfleld and M
"- |iugttp, in Kent County, Maryland,
lheaswtown, in the same county.
Fromf44'tlonsvillo. via Apopkla Lak
III&rr48 Lf-4e; Adamsville, suniptcrvil
*.nroesa Ferry. Pierceville, and Sprii
.* -. ti. ". r l .
^ V^,.,, M1a,.: if.. rilda vx Et0llvue."
B-u,,,1.,1 i9r., ..
',r,^ "i- .., i* ;. at f W att; Ila

Frgm O io .. Ornge contr,
Adrnisviilitie humnpr county, via sou
side.of LakleApopka.
Frq ..Clar- Water Harbor to Tampa.
Vrwo i latka to Station at Bellam
.Frm Slilitr'springs. via Orange spring
to station at .Bel lamy road.
From Cedsi Key to New Orleans
From Ferpandina to Charleston
FromlCqdhkr Key to Key West it steam
ore. ..
........ Proin Starks.to, Pilatka, via Cadiz an
r tw i i '
From Slarke, via New River) to Pro
k'rom Fort Gates, on the St. Johns Riv
er, vialLake Charles and Silver springs, t
Gceola. '
From Marion Cross Roads in Jeffersio
county, via Finholoyway.' Econpheni
spring, Warrior and Cooks: Haiumuck. t
Clay Landing,
From Little River in columbia county
via Samuel Barber's and William ,John
son's, to Si ialtown oa the suwannee Riv

ea. FromChilicethe. via Northampton,1The Doctor also dni, h, 1, )g .ho vbtin- in Congress. As I simply [Erom the Key West Key of the Gulf, Extr. LATFR FROM EUROPE. Meeting ot the Democrteil ecuteCom,
to Rin Kdge, Valley Post-Offiee, to Wyom- NtIng n no, ,'mf":]mteeo~.Jh ony
1~gi -. "rite this for yourself, I have. as a mat- August, 23.1 ]ttee of St. Jobt
From Peacationica, via Durand. Loona,. H" ,:,istruct) -" Sta'c !,^,rt, .,...,' Drof course, not taken any pains, but A Slaver a e ndre by thte U. SBrSg BY THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.
on. nnd Avon, to, Brondhead,. Wisconsin. sonian Democrat. The ev, ud From Grouse via Keneville. to Blackberry did belong to the Know NKoaings, is too ,ne for close of nail, and to show yous The Emperor NAPOLEON returns' to Paris At a meeting of the DImoc)atic Execa-
Station. The U. S. brig-of-war Dolphin, six guns,tomroie miteelthSdy.tte on
s od From Atlanta, via goun i Hope A nn- fI to be refuted by his t.,C ..,! ,hat we are wide awake here, and rill at- Lieut. Com manding J. N. Nlaffett. arr -' t hL T King of Prussia is too sick to visit tilom the felluwni nteyl. i we re
in ington, and Mackiuaw, to Washington. We have the evidence u,:ila;f,, dozen 7on- ,nd to our beat, and give Judge Hawk- ed in our harbor yesterday afteinoqn.n !Q V rosta. oer cilM Room, t: f
(To be continued ) tiemau, who k'new the fact so,c.r;- r : is a large vote. from Sagua la Grande, Cuba-having the | oe, present: o
eCh have exchanged K. N. -g, ;-,,,i .., Your well wisher, day before captured a brig loaded wit.i The cunmioiiuns of the treaty between MATHEW SOLANA, A. D. ROGO,..J
tn y /H *\ 'r' w r s ih i n er v'-h i bi-p'^ {', K.. the allied power s anll( China are, that tile QLUINCIY, RoBERr MicK Jici .L D N
S I~r lh tn ............wordswith him, and earhef,, hont h DEMOCRATIC ,;ON ENTI I. "'ts ems-and we intend to give- nly a(;hines E ,, opens s pi,,ts ethe B.D. PNCa, G. A, .PACElr'. PErEa
,to t-1tieDDE1CRTCCONIE'4T IX."re(il) h s Enipot o tile B. D. PONCE, A, ~

hT ore charater, GAvrSVILL. ALACHiUA yh. -.rh synopsis at this ime, on the mot rahe toad ,,fall natlons;tho. Christian religmin BE\Tr. It. B. CodNOVA and JOH^ UsIvA
s0h- tor has. ItLE LAU .'. A' 24a1thoritvy-that t he 21st inst w le is ale hMthewd; foeio diplomatas aiew Soana was called to l., Ci.,,,
dA.s to lns being a Shnl,. .1 D,.r., August 24, 1858. the brig/Dolphin was cruising off gua D1.1" 0 an
A-hibe, aa .l:A, :,'- Agu d~nltied ; and full indemnity is =;v, n to nd R. B. Genow, -as reqte ,,:a
kdan F EDR N A N DF r N _e ocral, i is s"p I : he livedd for ma'y years F E R NAi N D., ,I N 'Anent, at Gll'nsv le, the 21st instant, to from the Eastward, and her ntov..c enlsl i nae of the Uuiie,[ States. It was mnved ans seconde,l that a t'..n-
-EDNEastbe -Cniae 1 to -epre- being suspicions, the DolphSin at once coint- St, Petersburg dates to the 21st are re mittee of five v,,b,- ap,,ed t. pr .ej.t
WED ESD ,, .inthe midst of State I !,,, Is oinate a sithab Cou n d i a the to ere-mencd c u ud er E cr1 ceivel. THe10 :;1uncetIlnt of the treaty to Pilatka to reccvte.1 *ldue IAwK .an
4il- ___ -.___... ,__j___ -- .and was always oppAlachu,,. .,a county in the next General wNih a determination to overhaul her.- t
%rill was alsse !ppr. ..t.-, 1 ",(" il, I !peace ithn huia gave great satsinea accompany hirn t,-) this Cty t -'l
s e lu b y ._T e ch a se c o m m n cl ]ed a t it xl a. rn a d, a I l it -, -
favorite theme, was ri" := ;! :,- *, ,,,.,-:.. . "as t et s, aE. >ma dero r" a C _ourt o f R ssia the 30a0t ist., wlien the l-,il.ewi,.- per.ons
to For epresentative to Congress, (s of Cathounn and of be, p,,l- r.' ,,i Ou mot'on ofL. G, Pyl s. Col. J. C *connu .ned for mne hours andn was an" uxcit- W ae adyice f'un Alexandria to the wereehoosen viz: F.L. Danev. R:,.'kler.
esofCahon.an o.ili! ol, i 'n niatdnethouhot.9t n lst. Tile steamer lAleaais arrived atW..eysPalrnadB.Pel,
GEORGE S. IHAWKINS. Carolina, ind was alvav for PELOT was caledA to preside over the Aa he p. m., twoshots In s a d at W. J. Reyes, Paul Arnau ad m
"' ., ,', 8 b lank M I te 7thn. with D,,m )ay dat~es to Jr.
ke, to-sT- e--overy thim by the" '- o-. convention, and Dr. W.-iM 1. BABCOCK and --,t".Jgo, i fied frwn the Dnolp f 1 'ez "ite7h ihBbydtst
e1h 7 -rbrh^ _.I:ti l' r j|he 10th ult' Tie news, however, is not The follow ing per s ons ch.sc^ a
ke, For StatwereeselectedoL-vVice-htilebyrtheto heave to. but site ne..
lie, liGe is a Cothern rca e,10 ,) ,,,,. nelLi ln unpoqrta,,, Committee to make the necessay arran;.e-
ti"GEORGE W. CALL. "v"Mom"" r--1`4!,w ,,t"hede ,- i,
/._._ .", tit*ft /* '*. i" l;;.. ** '.. ,>, *'.n n ^ ._ p-.".t f,,r the pception of Judge Htaw-
.!V r ^....R~ c w o -h n ,. ? -*. *i '' ' ; T' '' '*" '*c' ****t''* ''":" .' ..'":''1; ; ;.^ '; :2;,,+ ". . "' ^ *1'' ,-M '.,.*I ^n *.i l'1 (* r. ."-^ I.. ti ,.n h ,. a ,'riva l to th ia city v iz: G .
t IT I n".* \l:I -n \ v r t';t' W~,,,,,> sht l'< },-t {l i .C { r 'n ''l' ;.:;.,;i i n ; .* i ,: *' ,.; i; ]) ], *" '/\'' (}* 1 ';t"*'-{ 1 U''*^ ... There is but OUe 1!, ,.i.la ,i u, ,^ the j l',r ,tplie P. B, C-nova, George Center,
1- ,, :.I-^ O 31 A S I ( !- "I : ;P,-v re t a S,,,.tl,,.rn c.o;,,^ in ar~av. if he T ,, ,,:.: .: ; .. ,.:.: ,,, v;' i'- -*.- ** ";*". s'+ *,, :-; up' L A n. nr i+.a con tin ent, and It IS thL : t. A I', i e ^ ,, John D U si,,a. J u E P o- .
T ^ ^ -- : -- ,! u }l I,. a ,", is;:t.; ,+ c ".{ P~r o v "- :.. l: : ., :, ,.' 1', ,; *" '; ', \ ,"" **:,, .., '. r -. ,: S},i/ n D .a i +h e ..u -, ,, f v aitih a s w e ll a -< .,f* W .it ,o a r an d. J ,h n C -C ..n ,,va "
i . We ar.. :,u.t,,ruce, ,,..,i r~,t o ..,i t., ,,n- e'*,- ,." ,i, )cbl ., setK. Cu. i ,s, ,n r ,1 : hi~s ,}v a ,-,{. ,} il^ ^ ;.>-,.1: c s .. .. .^ .. ; -. ,,' p< { .! .... ,,,"cl,. e'x,'li'( wnpn : -|,,. ;t,,,, whatever else >s n-nr,._'ka,ii., I t I I as then m ..ved and seC,,nd d th
1, n..,un.e uAtVfl> ? w u.|A T1;I a.+:, : e ,,:Lde f- .I,,lla.,,,.,,, and associa;',.-> ...,.il be Wlv cre"n, A\. [1..L c c p.,,,y itl*- uai li"; '., : ..,! n ".w ; ,' ..* 1; , }la. e, :tl?**)(.;lgt ''e kaiuw of but o c other grcaL roa. the Democratic E'xccutive C-,mmittee,
mite f ie o xmiecrdntal e n h tap udrneeA;. ..14ae1hihwilcoprew 1hths adtht.'sqZ is cusesnothiA arialtobeise L raDmca

hre-election to the. office of Pister of State Lwith Northern and not Solr,p ,; .... ti e ,e. + I -- th mtBe roic wo foprte, w it- tia n tais causn .one t to e ihed o at hem

'Lands.,; Wii any ondea, 1e ;," *** t:e ; ,o- u,i'-,hyr arn i~i th fiilowino "-mernber At' 5~ 50 r n.1 the Dopi ben abu ed by ,'a!thero- to o au~e so "ovne op'h "i onyCneto ob da
" ^ G lWKX -^ r ......;:^ :.-;0!--- &;.^ Co., o-" A^tg^"s,^a c;t; ,'St.^^ A utueo aut h
in o 11, J '-W were se ec ed Gn ,hi!+ D el A I iw. low,,g re oa hal ch l~ l') the- i a e, au" -- 8 G o gia, le wh o, ify ou enclos e t sth m st l~ a of e a A S epemble, a ned thated porec-t,
":kPeerSpr)an wo mdeth f,1 /,1 rovsa: cusd1.zto eaifor ofyur trvealswtha wswell a wraich, prese nt S.JhsCuyi h etgn

in S. 1]AvKi:s, the Demoeraii~cca'xdidate fir hal1ee ther are not a '--'*:, ^*! h Captnn Ma pt T ^ 0mru h wssel suf- $20.000 $50,0UO. ,,r .70.000. are placed requested to send one or more. delegates.
in Congress, at which he will addre~sshis fe!.' State who wottld voe f,,.- .'..:... ,r .\..y ,-i-, c.,,,,aittee apointed to examine f,:'-., uPly, sent armed b,,at., aud touk p,>s- w.hi you ,e.,e ; a,,,l ,i,,,,-e 1,vh,.areou Re,,Ivel. that the pr.,ce.-.lm-s .I0 r.,,.
low-eiliens. Dr. W S'COTT. and ohe thought there was a lp.,,!, .,' v" his L- er''^ tI."1 find that all the precincts are ] seiss n of her. 8o intense was the excite- the alert for th,: li,..k cllu,...e d, \ be. the nm ertbn" he- P,,.'-."1 -"" '*lbhs.,nM lle
on 1 n lce represented but Mieanopv, Wacasas~a 1 """.h at thsu e that it wa wiah dilfficul- first to reaelh~ .t .Jea,p> d^ unLt -... -.- 4al~ard- -7
res- |,p oe t sfu l i vthe d D e m rto p a ty are. ins el eeted .I a lf M o on P o n d an,,.Fl.F \V ak o ,.. g .. ,,g 'th ree titti cs tl~ r,.c'- c l, e r in g ra ti- o pe nln g to t,, -e .- o u ^ u- Vi/ e N e n S states -M .- T II E S O L N
ty tha the. en vt' .-..J.ohn.C,,.d -,wi,,

rdslcctfuly invited iscussio tl be r.>ll.wi. -.... On motion of'1-ilip Dell a committee ,ncation of the capture. From a highly interesting letter from au ChaiCrmTa
nd .. .. l, .. ..... r ie d sc ss on wi)(eh rI~ ing) c me t i ,l~ r,S,,- 1 h is cIsR .,,,B-,, nark !).e,-

o- affrded: 'Florid~an & Journal co~ii,,,s.. *.'," gvati- omp,,sed_ of one from each precinct w ,ir The pri'ze had1 ,,n her stern "^"Ecito,^"' an,! iteligent correspondent of the New Or- Sewretur$. '
6 A Vi 1) S W and,.sso,,a..,i ,,ut'wa'N'P t a 1 f ewOret~ ans..L'I1-rgef'

sigt elected to dra rules for tlhe government, ThecrewonsistedIo--twe revm ade, wh i t leans Crescenth relative to the thriving s n e e. -
elecionator,....Sturde o ........ 7ith AuguStateyingintel-igefcfivetorc ho Westthat we "

v-.Providence ...... Monday,. ........ 9th are induced to copy it. That, paper says and ResJlution-f.,r the consideration of the American and half Spanish. No one would Slate of Texaf, we extract the following, ti ScpCo--yCyen t jio t u
to enands.villo,.,.Tuesday,.........l1th of the author: Convention whereon Hie following mer- acknowledge the command; thbe supposed which we commend to our readers as woe- great many things. Suppose that you or
Galnsville, ...... Wednesday,. ..... llth "Escambia" comes fi'ol r, ,,,!i.,~le -n- betI s were appointed : Ge. Ph ilip p Deil. and probable catai .who is evidently thy of careful perusal and serious consid webad'a hup' of mona, hals a million or
. J.UDGE:^ :: ^ ^ ^ S ^ A P o I,, dTaSdtileofF lorida 'b rpwiitih tion. The writer from whom we quote s ppsoe ours1s6 ,,inrl.he tt ehm
SFlmnPerr,...........iFriday........1.qth desrst'dgyfd ra ,swas Lewls Madised Spr ,' a"1 Peter u tost coolness and dignity, "All are cap- sars: suppose of rsominating a suit
et r Ocali..........T.Saturedays..........ith hae extreeive stnrance mn to-,'tic, 'Pe t Sparkntan. :h trains *The vessel's papers, colors, and 'With the clooe of the rexican war, Sprent t. le, '
)owng ppontmntsfortiengs. Gor toGtrynghee a th p. w.mt ."e ,','Ad Ileknowly

SuPiercville, ......Tuesday,. .........l17th haedeoceaiv cossobraince fr,,i s:)tem' nts ,, Afe deliberatlion they returned nr_ everything calculated to, identify her, or Tusas presented an entirely new phase.- which tbr there-is ,it^ saying what. might"
Y' ~~~~7 pirrmisels ..... Tursay,......... 1file democrat cofebrr[iAssembely-tteand that

)' Tampa, ......Monday,...... ..23fl ,, ot our Pensaco~la ciirrespO~nderi rend the following report : )tlose connected with hier. were destroyed She was no longer dopeudeut on adventur- bo the effect of sucn a thi,- *p~m" weak'
V-"i beiv three o aedili apt.1afely)upon teacnvcion th atvesse u- e$20.000.er difficulties 0.with Mexi lcewerequestedsto a nd ss one or lsp,,:

SPaatka........ Saturday, Augcst, 28th ef For the toridian Jo'rnal. The Committeeyou have appointed to ,p waiply. sen a seled d placed both pesih ndity
,e o .Zu prepare rue s: and and draft sttytable resl u -, aii- Sp araIn, ^^ lp ^ I that 3oor we were to
Con Agresu twihh iladeshstin, Inda,("3Mt ENSCOL, Ak. findh.1 thatpt.Maallpu Lietennts.c.ictsevial.ehereeedsiotenFderl

in Riler ..u y a n r,ESSRS. EDITORS I see fr,,m wiver.....Monday.... dh pers of Middle and East Floria lhat yon tion of the cobveutio, have performed me, onibfard, confined the brig's crew in IndAns, and thus secure in life and proper- Kingof the Cannibal Islands wi.h otn-
.ie .hWe ame requested to state that ar having th rnd b eg to report the tel- wese dtn i of ieme urmiadunce i with stan ces, r our noserad

Mr.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~oiia c.W er ildlvraLcueb-jq a nvr eare qito vfursetes.+ [n til~at lowing preato1, rules..*and res,,httions, determinedd nman, was takenxon board the to, o one ofcalmness~paceand securt' ity.taS eics i, orns n
r.EW.m-o poentsyofithedelivera'Lecpatyure b-qnrerw reqiefrte Tas Da

fore the Fernandina Relief Association onFwe aOe all pretty much ,.fme way of which we hope will meet with the concur- | Dolphin. where he now is in double irPns The indastrnus speedily entated in the upper li plenty f o.ld roast nau in the
next Saturday evening, at Col. Timauus' 'thi',kng. The old-line Democrats are., rence ,>f the C,,nveation: -1-and r'rdere^ the vessel to Charleston fur devdlopment of tlhe natural resourcess of 'larder, an unoiru unable arriy ,ofbhael- wives
.rid ai*,,, w h piot t e bis arei respctfully be tile*they pWoSWdem totreaandnahkptlslatuteb wi tepodoh adkor-in,1ceet
.w. a if andlthoutsexeptiou, f...r 1,.i_. !r u- in.- Vt, We hv then made and the two vessels parted corn- word that Texas wIns on of the eOst r-y fu" p ferum \Ve I be (eel
tatowihtepbiarrcccFu loridand t &s wournale -,,r,,h u ',ls cmoedotn r hepie a itte ten"ch, n] ltl,-et orsonetser

, invited to attend, cause our party lhas proved .tit ,,e ,>.. ]eocratic County Convention, to nor- pae. ritua and sto raising Statepso I W.. w lesn, av t h ringthe .
A .- .reliable one S yf the South,are, sa. isikhu' ate a suitable mandate to represent our Two sick passengers--against whom Unbn. The attraction which drew withi- some.' ...o .
Judge n.awkMns at Tampy. witl him. and the remnant of dcnyt NXth- county in the House of Representatives there was no proof of complicity-where in w l r borders reckless adlventure -., nDteosew fi.ie *. *,,th followring,- ner a-
- We have the most cheering news from ing seem to br :ndifnrent, some ,f tin | of te nex r General Assemblyo ; and g tiken om- boardle of comand and peu ashore longer existswae holfmntioremnaadre rs.., snr-.. g.., 'tma. -
r ., W .I I th "even intending to vote with sm s--so tr!. t, Whereas s wer e sir e t1),1n cn a "+; r.... Taev were succeeded by other more ness. c lokep Poke;., ',,lld hepino og of
Tampa. The "oPenn.ular. Tay that the therearenohdifferniceano batth to stir w This is the first slaver captured by a, peaieful and profitable tillers of the launt. g
speech of Judge Hawkins at that place us up Lnleas. a great chance is wvroiib:, dlate with C ....e. alone to ability and V American man-of-war and the prize with wh.h consists of re!ing prairies with soils thPte I ,lands afre. ,.,; n'.or *my other g eat.
Fewasia complete triumph, and ta. at he stands EscaIbia. Santa Rosa and Waft ,n eonLtes soundness of political faith; and, Whereas I slaves sent to a United States port; and it unsurpassed in fertility, ready fior the pluw. ands i,, i e ivhsng.l 'i,,g.s,, l.,n simply our
fully vindicated before the d eop. e from th t will give Itawkins an almost l"IwU.Iot we desire that each precinct should have cannot fail to create considerable W cite- Htilh and valleys affording luxurious and unfortu:,ate serve? we v.u!,l anxioi
ImeatI( paka.t at Ws.' heivesel's apdidedtrscoors, ahn(] 'Wththeboundes ofathrae 1forcantl.war ) S rinsard ha me i 'i ,udb

Slatders hea pb i e T Anvr wh shouldn't tl y, *'C t- their proportionate and full vote in sueh outth c ry, sh an s es1an ciatw adat-
slanders heaped uponhempby hiis wiley Cott has no friends to interest the sotrsse d climate w adap- ,, n,,
I enemies. The Dtmocracy of that county for him, and is not the sort of wan to selecuon ; we, therefore, recommend the The prize had on board, when taken a- ed t, the growth of the staple of the South ore .nl,.r l--Lhe can t-ge.t-a-way club
being satisfied of the injustice t oey had make any. He is out offthe qiest",.i, I adoption of the following rules before or,,- bout three hundred and thirty Africans, -id f every variety of cereals and fruits less min-rable, lh.it wuhlw before pee-
Pl one him, with true generous hearts now have yet to see the first man who sper k. carding to business, and take the occasion I lmnstlv young-none of whom were over grown in North America. pietotellnewsad fewetoaskit. sire-
St.AuusinyonayfCi3thefca ew a ts Im ofsges adiheelee. ev ihthese a ttrpacdbeonsthxaenoplossibily f'rthepup ,,seagain ,lthather' ie
,Jcsnvle.. hrsavop nd 4 tigfSSr hm.-. EIOS sefon thpa infopre ntthegvenmentpand cn si der,. Brtidfideqndtly severalb rpetesrnith tenvoyag,..- up bforeothe routhectin Stainteshosthi o rle ss of ,,bl awakeupofyoas.d

rome to his support with ,th grea t en- Ao tMtheTatnp at, Floub.,t, ... t perf
thusiasm. The "Peninsular:' "throws to it make-s not the shihle~t inpn..--. :, .x! ,'- <-r' e ,:,1" thi vie~s ,,f th:' Dcm.. More t-hin seven-eighths of the slaves, I as the only reliable field presented fidr the "
the breeze the Democratic baeuer with The Major will not ITl'er au. ,- '. -:':'\ ,.,f .11 ,in : male and female, were in a nude state.- extension of Southern institutions add ";
feelings f pride never before experienced-" name, especially l~eti J,,.I... ?I ,* .,!, 1;, [.L lt. t.'..nv, ntfor tlIhl] be They were confined to the deck in a sitting Southern political power. That tde Secuth Healy.it Cia' ,;ii.
fore till Fernadina ReiefAssociation on We iwo.e adlires much .I O f w w hope 11 l mee wt the cn c posture--'spohn fashion.' and, as we learn will avail itself of this openigg-etht Reports pr~j.,,l .,l to the interest of
W e wall give his editorial entire in our ficient~h n Representat,.he ad ire a lin 11-'t t'. l'[,. '.i ; .',V- U n- l *n t],,:lr l,b...ai,:,.ns b\ the r,. Dr. J. 31 l ,r; ,,.:. ,,|" the i),,ih,,,., s.,.,H),.rn xeu and .So,llhern in,Illtl.>lt H. ; %lea"*rash hav,,,, L'?q e,,. u l,_.. ,, i, ,he
columns next week, not having received it wonder if the Tampai real,.?,,i t.:],,i I, "" h,: ',,\e-" r"^ ,' ,,r G*en,-ral .\ -<,-u,l~ly r,.r~,-ei>l a ,n,,-l digst ng. ,ici-,n..n;n aI.I wII I"' vail h.:re, an.I l;:.it. i, a ,?.,i,u,.ira. I cty aln, c.,u.rrt. b\ po h.-s rv,,,! ntly
in time for this issue. Hn rra for our can- take his estimate ,.f ld-l .in ._- ,l .1 ar- r 'n1 of the Con; vnion: l \ M ve t har l e le- istonf r d l sh., e of.t?e ,.f lnn..-. hi, ,r.r-.'ir eirr]- : l ll g i i iijii e trr *
Halrtwhch"heublctre espctfllywitoutexeptone-,..i'I- ,,RES, eUhvetet ogeherasaaiudcatowhfrchic prt.ll ailwastheStaeby|hic thyllove tothIan a eg f rnitha w

didare, antd three cheers for the Democracy guide ? Ifso, theoy w,, Ihe :, p r- ,,, i.ll-,w. "r It .T e.,, s l I .e of h e.. .., ,\ f.,,l.. ,,, "rie d f W e w.
a n, 'th o s ehwh o.ha v es . .wr ,h h I s u.c.-.De m o c r a t i ciCo u n t y C o n v e n t i o n ,"t o n.i nt "pa r t y rc umu r, eaan d.st o c kara i s i n gaSt a t e sti n t h

r i '......-'' very different tune f.,-in tin. 1,,. ,, ; i [ E. r -ine! ,soni ce ent t- a dah tak .en [o l b oa c oll l e ph ineand ,u.n aitshr ehlnge i it S i h.n,' l:t ". : ,p,- ?nn.'eir- i" a e e altii
We Tamp!! ,__ a,],.i-,e,>Cla. Poha've.re ..... t. mosc c eawI of the nx Geneai ly nh" [IIK- ^1'kP e att,-h. v ,
"" ... .. .... -. :. .- i ,,1 **. i -'.'. -. _- ,1,,1. I', l !1t o ue .,l -a... :^ ...'"""- If *r cv.x-.n *t^ I)< -1Q ,, ,,,.,, t, ,|,,.,r n ., i..,,,, n -,.,, ....,,,.j 1 ,., .*, : m : .I, t ,, '- -.. L (, 4 V tr tt a~ ^ l r rf l
.^ *-.,. ', .._**' *._ ; *:. ** 1. *. ii., I 3 :.^ / : .. .'.Y :. ** ;' ''*; *" ^ *: l*'* '.*: 1' ; ^J ** 1 .* "* r *' i ,, ,' :* +>*, '^ jy ^.e |ti-ii ed au'a v
'-'.L *! *' \l* 'f^ S i.:f "'-~'* ". "- i '* i" .'~ ,, ,. .- : f :.. n .- :. r-::-1 ^ '-" .: .-* "";.:"t -*..Aaf **: '* "" ""^ **i -,;:^ .' .,;;'" ^ i* *** -". ^C li-. "f "ni '
.; .i; ^-^ ^ '.'* '' *- '" *:*' *' .' *' r 1i I -^"% y '- ,!'] ^ '' 1" "." -" --^,' 'J-'^ ''" 1 '' ^ ^ -1 ''l l '' *. '* -" "' i L'M io r -t .
I^ -' i, i,', t 1,: ". ti r i! ', ". p -I, .", I *,i,' .. .*''- :**' ,, .. I "' '*' i'' .... l ,,, .. : ,', .*; 'i'!" ... :. i ^^ :p 'i '.., ,, -', ," i.Y: -,',-,',' *'""; *'; .. ^.." 2< 1 ii.i...- i,,usi\ 'i t.- 'uit-
iifu ell gentlemen were elected, viz : ol. their opposition. Atw anyi rate, you m ay connvinced 1 tn ir .' ,I: ; _' r" -T2 ',.. ^bo ,,,.s- s .... turage-e o.ri.,,t. ,1 + m, l ,", ,l11 ,,'., L.-h ,_1 '-,!',. ,,|' :* t',.','l '," .1 ,, e .... i [... ,1 i ... .. ".,:,
II. Tinvanus,eDr. D. P. Beaty.AI0-.i<. Jos. countupon, this t, he Statety t. d t of his o n- ten a e end f u pl t he n c p,,gtoblo ,a.[" w l,.Ii ,.l, t, .-i, ,,, ...... |,It ....". -, ...... t ,!,;', .,,.| |.n,,i with *,,.,w,* ,, ,i 1 .. ,,..
Finegan T. A. costa and Thus D hi aw- m uch better for him than it has d( ie osr Ticpation of soon t u.'!' shelp, ,i. i .,,.' in d .1, ,-i,.....ma ,],e.el,,ad... ,f "!,i"p"Ii |,uapt, n ..... 't ...*'.. ..... .... ... -' .',. ki>
kins. This is e hiDhy respectable and in- nty f Democrat betie; an d if there suld : Pwn to democraticc principles ; Andi t, is thT ,,pr iz, and fingebrng the naprocked.--.,t' wi?,then pay ug (of th e. s.tut plofhS. oun th I I "f ftu-iHi" l e p.:ran'eatr.,ad
havbe losses to be made up reply opun us wi wth bounded gratification that weo be which we are informed each ofthe crew I Texas th,'re are iilh..n -,,t"aeces~of a "ay rest assured that shoul< sickness or
tell.gent Board............. and we think will reflect tor the fullest quota, hold our model president, JTames Buchan was t receive $900, and the owners ex- ,gtl lano as the sua ever ,ene eWuo- an epidemic ..naturel make. itp apuarae 1


credit upon the town.
The Board immediately organized and
elected Col. 11. Timanus President, Mr. E
W. Perry, Clerk, and Mr. Lewis Gardner,
There were fifty-four votes cast, which
short of the full vote of the town by at
Tlie Steamer St. Jolhns.
This favorite steamer has resumed her
place on the Savannah line and arrived here
punctually at her regular hour on Satur-
day morning last. She has heen newly
painted and refitted, and is fully prepared
for the coming season's business, She is
still under the command of Capt. N. King&
who is so well known upon her waters
that he needs no compliments from us.-
Success Attend her.
Can any one inform us of the wherea-
bouts of the "Independent Candidate."
We suppose he is perseveringly slipping
about in the by-paths of the country,
"seeking after knowledge under difficul-
ties," or in other words, trying to find a
Wescott man. We heard of him once at
Tampa on the 18th of August, where after
great travail, and labor, he was actually
delivered of a speech. The Peninsnlar
in noticing his speech, says some parts of
it were applauded "not because they were
adMhrAbly utterpd." We enfer from this,
that the would be congress'nan, has ac-
quired no more fame as an orator by this
Speech than he did military glory, by this
"service on the frontiers against the In-
dians." From Tampa we are informed, "
that he took the "back track" of Judge
Hawkins, no doubt purposely to avoid
meeting him. In this he acts upon
the principle that "discretion is the
better part of vaTor," for he. knows full
well, thatif he ever allows the Judge to
catch him in a crowd, he will be "a used
up man." In this connection, we would
notice a report which is said to be in cir-
culation at Jacksonville, which is that he
bad met the Judge in public discussion,
and had worsted him. This we are au-
thorized to state is a shere fabrication.-
tie has never met Judge Hawkins. and
we will again venture the opinion that he
never will. The Peninsular in further
noticing this tremendous effort of the
great reform candidate at Tampa, says,
"that many persons were of opinion that
it was demonstrated clearly (by Westcott) t
that Mr. Yulee did not belong to the
Democracy, but that the Democracy be-
longs to Yulee !" This complimentary
notice of the Democracy, was no- doubt
greatly enjoyed by the Know Nothings
present, and will be duly acknowledged
by the former in October nexL

From Doctor Town to Holmesville.
From Ocapelco to Piscola.
From Magnolia to Troublesome. *
From Magnolia to.Troublesome.
From Holmesville'to Doctor Town.
From Doctor Town to Waynesville, via
pendarvis' store.
From Nowman to Carrol I ton.
From Doctoa Town, via Hulmesville
Ocmulgeeville, to Veronia.
From Little York to Boxville.
From Jonesboro' to stookbridge.
From Palmetto to Carrolllon, viakRiv-
fltown and Chanceville.
From Thompson to Lincoluton.
From Franklin to La Grange.
From seward, via Mount Vernon, to
From Waresboro' to Irwinsville.
From Blakely, via Starford's store in
Miller county. Curry5l Bridge, on Spring
crbek,-and Hutchinson's Ferry. to!Quincy,
From Greensville, via Woodbury, Thun-
dering spring and Tepid springs, to Thum-
aston. .,
From 'Ellejay to Jasper.
From Columbus, via King Post-Office,
Cusseta, to green Hill.
From Americus to Holley grove.
XFrom Vienna to Viaeyard.
From Hawkinsville, via Lawson, Abbe-
ville, and House Creek, to Irwinsville.
; From Newruan, vt. Boweivillv; carrol-
Icon, B) 'j,.-,,.. r. .,rgla.) Arbacutchee,
-WlHrren, lu -' .-.. r "'i!aib,,iini.
'rrorn (_;ain>. fihl -^ lj i ,.,.
am ~l;.,0: .M u,i ai.., .. ,(',. 1..... ,: '
; ... ,"i r; -'- i ," l' ...- :.. ,,...
f'rol t i,T. ... ;'r u,, i I;;,,
v i 1i... .- .;'.,- "
il"um A'llzt;.ia, '.a"':ftnies,,l~, ,l.iuitiihi
springs aud Carilesvillc, to Hartwell.
From Lexington,,, via Wolfe Skin, to
Fronm Warradton, via gibson, to Fen-
m's Bridge.
From the city of New York, via Savan-
S ah' Georgia, UThomasville. "Tallahassee,
(Florida,) St, Mawks, to New Orleans,
From Forsyth to Russell ville.
From Boxuille to Sugar Creek.
Prom Marietta, via.Powder Springs. Salt
Springs, Now Manchester and Compbell-
town to Fairburne.
From Morgan, Cathoun county, to Blake
ly, in Early=county,
Prom Mount Sterling, via B uclhy
Walker's Neck George Payton's Liber **
Adams Pos t-Olfico, in the village of No
Town, Payson to Hannibal Missouri.
From Versailles, via Chambersbourg,
Perry,'Griggsville, to Pike county.
From Camp Point, Adams county vit
]Houston, Jame Sales. in two north, range
seven, west Big Neck Post-Office. and
Woouville, in Adams county, Chili. West
Point, .James Rankin's to Warsaw.
From Dakoto, on the Racine and Mis-
sissippi Railroad. via Rock Grove, to
Broadhead, on the Milwaukee and Misis
sippi Railioad Wisconsin. *
From Joliet to Oswego.
From Golcond to Raleigh.
From Trenton to Mascouta.
From Ottawa, via Buck Creek, and Free
dom, to Farlsville.,
From Belleville via Shiloh, to -Lebon-


an, discharging faithfully his whole duty pcted to clear 130.00Obnt bt{,re they equally as g,,od for the cultivation oN corn
S, had time t, sleep off the efrects of their and cotto, as any in tlhe South, anl bet
to East, West. North and-South. stations, to Dolphin hove in sight, at .hy ter than any on the continent for raising
Resolved. That we recognize in Gfv. frlit'. touch to their surprise and chagrin. st'ick-wh.ch can bo had at prices rang-
M. S. Perry a sound Democrat, wh,,*\vwe Also during the chase when it was thought ing from fifteen cents to three dollars per
have delighted to honor, an( deeply i- IV the, slavw:+s that their vesel was ,lis- acre When these facts are taken into
aedeith ed tis o n herinterlin< deepy e- ', lancig the Dolphin, they again indulged consideration, and also- tbe facts that the
zret the misnnderstandinR that ha, ats"n'c+ in champagne, drinking confusion to tih. e .,,, men of the South who arejusten
between himself and the Ion. 1). L. YuIee. pursuers. leaning over the radl and burmng I tering upoUn th stage of action, are nibu-
which we hope soon to see amicaldy ad i aid tossing offa humwpee in the most im- ed with a strong love for Southern insc -
'justed, and the friendly relation which I proved "and "don't-yon-wish-you-could- tutions, and possess a deep-rooted preju-
once existed restored. 'j~chtl-us' ,tyle. But when the last shot was dice against the fanatical free States, the
onc exte, Thet ored. ... o, oing between her masts their self- concltsion ot every sensible mau must" bW*
Resolved, That it is with pcTuliar pridpe assurances aend hopes of escape tnrnedrto that the present vacant lands ,f Texas
that we witness the high and con-,imand.' fear and excitement; and after the capture will be speedily occupied by the Sums of
ing position which our entire Delegati(,n they expressed great astonishment as 'to the South. "
tonC Congress occupy at the Capitol.; \Ve the accuracy oit the shot. and asked "'what
to Congress occupy at the Capitol. \Ve kid of a gun sent a ball that distance." HEALTU O" SAVAN All -We regret that
recognize in George S. Hawkins, our able .. .... .. we are forced, by the injustice of some
and efficient Representative ; his recent Business at Boston.-The Bostan Trav- pe,,ple to us unknown, again r to refer to
defence before the people, viudicating eller, in ts commerci!land money stuom this slibject. Notwithstanding the assur-
his official conduct, is full and satisfactory,'ta-ly, has the followig remarks ; C, f
nDuring the past week there has been ances ve have given from time to time, we
and we will use our best efforts to secure an increased activity in trade. Our corn- !earn that rumors of the prevalence 'of yel-
his re-eloctioo in October next. In mission merchants'and jobbers have sold low feaer in our city are still current in
Stephen R. Mallory we recognize an ac-n- freely to the South. The encouraging the up-country, and that a number of tra-
complished stateman, and in David L. prospect of crops in that section, more velrs ,n- north have ar1 b1 in
Yulee. we recognize a sound Southern particularly that ut cotton, is favorable velars gong north have already een" i-
Srboth to the buyer and seller. The favor- duced thereby to change their course and
Rights Statesmen of the Calhoun school, able report from the sugar plantations in take the overland route.. We again take
Ile has proved himself afaithful public the lower Mississippi is also encouraging, occasion, to characterise those reports as
servant at Washington. ond a wise and These medications of prosperity must in- wi idl d ii as, p w hp w
useful citizen at home. As a member of fuse new vigor into all branches of indus- I
the Internal Improvement board of our try. We understand that the merchants have some reputation for veracity, that
h n a from Tennessee, Georgia. South Carolina entitles us to be believed over the igno-
State,we are indebted to him for the and Texas are purchasing full up to the rant or malicious mischief-makers who
great Internal Improvement scheme. Ad- mark of former years. have np better employniet than traveling
ded to his ability and energy as President The success in crops underlies The whole ti o, r s
of the Florida Rail Road, are we greatly fabric of trade, and incites producers to oe M country, retailing slanders upon
become consumers. In this respect our the citv of Savannah. We are assured by
indebted for its rapid advancement to S,,uthern merchants can find no fault, a number of our best physicians, sharing
completion, as we consider it a work of The West has n6t comparatively beeu so -rthplt,.gpr inrtionnnf t.ho aityprti b. that
paramountfimportance to our country and prosperous. -Tire evil ot speculation, and ofiyello f ha 1 r
State to whieh all should lend a helping a too firm relience on prospective prsper- not a case of yellow fever had occur
tate wh.c all should nd a helping ty have ledthe merchants aud Others in within the city limits up to vesterday.-
that section into error, and proved a The weekly reports of our Board of Health-t
On motion of Peter Sparkman, Col. stumbling block in the way of credit with may be relied on, and as butfifteen deaths
Tilman Ingram was nominated as a candi- our merchants here. This evil can be.re- were reported for the last week. we think
duedie I by sh,,rt credits ,r cash payments,
date Tor the tHouse of Representatives ;. d th restore confidence, and in the no one can question the general health of
and having no opponent, it was further end be more favorable both for buyer and our citizens, at least/so far as any fatal
moved by Gen. P. Dell, that.he be nom- seller, disease is concerned. The public may re-
inated by acclamation; which was readily The excessive foreign importations for us to sound the note of warning
adopted. the past two years, especially in India pro- n
duce, are fast decreasing. A large portion the very first moment that'danger presents
Col. Ingram having responded in a sui-or t the gunny cloth" and liiseed that has itself.
table manner for the confidence reposed filled our private and public warehouses Since waiting the above we have been
in him, the thanks of the Convention has been scattered. furnished by a special committee of the
were retuted to the presiding officers, for The favorable news from the S(,uthern- Board of [lea]th with a copy of the notice
crops is encouragegin to our ship owners which appears in another column. It
teir paturi kindness during the progress nd builders, and we hear of several con- speaks for itselt.--Sav. Republican.
of the Convention. tracts for ships, both here and at the east- -New~ork-Markets-
Democratic papers^,ill please copy. ward. Newk, As.o t i m
On motion of Philip Dell. the proceed- And yet this same abolitionist journal,an th of t d c i 3
ings of this meeting were ordered to be the Traveller, would be the first to sneer bales. Flour is unsettled, and 10.000 bbls.
publish in all Democratic papers of the at the intimation that "the success of the were sold at $5.60 co $5 94 for State, $5.-
State. cotton crop underlies the whole fabric of" 85 to $5.86 for Ohio, and $5.20 to 85.75
There being no further business on m,- New England manufactures and New Eng- for So uthern. Wheat is heavy, with sales
9- of 16.000 bushels. Corn is heavy, and j-
tiot. of James C. Pelot, the convention ad- land prosperity, or at any pointed and 000 bushels changed hands ;.mixed is quo-
journed sine die. + practical application of its own philosophy ted at 74 to 84c per bushel. Spirit of '
J. C. PELOT, Chairman, as above enunciated. Turpentine is firm, at 48 1-2 to 49c per 1
J. A. n McDoELL Secretar,, gallon. R ce is dull, and q'lutcd at .$3.50 1
J. A. McDewELL, Seeretary, The Brunswick Herald of this to $3.75 per 100 lbs.
Dr. WM..BABCOCK, Vice Presidents. week appears in a half sheet. The editor Z-KGen. Cass is said to be worth five
C. HINT says- mllionsof dollars. To the country hie
The State of Wisconsin has no Lunatic All hands being sick we are unable to
Asylum.-Exchange Paper. get out more than half sheet this week.- worth cannot be estimated in d-ollars and k
The whole State will serve that purpose. We trust the generosity of our patrons cents. c
The misfortune is, however, that a cure is will excuse it. We ought. now to be at Boston has decreased in population 12- d
never effected, home instead of setting typel. 870 within h i past year.

our midst, prompt iufiormatioii will be gi v-
eni of the fact'by the 'BJard of Ilealtii ani
the press of the city,
**Newspapers generally are respectful-
ly requested to copy the above.
W.T. Thomason.
Chairman B, 11.' ,
Geo. P: Padelford, MI. D.,
Vice-president B. M.
L. W. Wells,
J. T. McFarland M. D.,
Philip M. RLusselt -", .
J. 14- Van Rolle, M. D.,
A. S. Luce, '
SMmn. T. Illh, ,r. D..
S. A.,T. l-Mwre..;,, 1. D.

M.IInIA;E Or Firs+ C. r.-',' ,\Ionrhv,
at Stonington, C..,.inch.'.-t, M. Van Lil'u-
biirg, Ministers Resident firom th.. Kin.- of
Holland, was mar.'ied to Miss Co.Ila (:,.
daughter of ourI venera Iik Sev|rctr% of
State. Gen. Cass was. pre.iew al the cer-
emony. The happy couple., aftefthe cere-
mony, departed far Yah[Liiuburg'ss cot..-ie
at Newport. This case adds aaqtver pro4dt
to the remark that every tAtchelor Diplo,
mate who trusts himself alone in'hiaeoun-
try ^t>nit'S a vicul to the charms ofthe
A mi 1 i bt'aiuties. r
-* __ _2" '
1'eliowiFever in ('harlesfon.
CIA ,.PF.sio, Aug, 29.--'l,,. ;il,".'1I re-
port gives thirty nirn dfeatlis ',y yellow fe-
ver for theoh-tgrfi7w "ii uci-y"

Yellow Feverin'Neworleait i *
ew _ORI.EANS, Aug. *29,.-'.'rcr, w, re
seventy-four death by b "v n:m f-T L reiv .
da ,I," "-
rD i rr> ,

EXTRACT from a letter dated Fensa-
cola August 4th 1858.
The writer is one of the most cistin-
gueshed gentlemen in West Fla. 'I am
truely happy to learn that the prospects
of Judge Hawkins are so flattering in the
East. I can assure you with unqualified
confidence that his vote in this section of
the State will far exceed that cast fot him
at the last election.
The disguised movement of our politi-
cal opponents will be "no go" hbtre.-
Marny influential Know Nothings here will
sustain Judge Hawkms. He will get the
cordial and undivided support of the dem-
ocracy of West, Florida. The integrity of
the party will be maintained in this and
adjoining counties.

EXTRACTS from a private letter lated
Wekiva, Aug. 12, 1858"
Owing to heavy rains, the cotton is
much hurt in this county, and heretofore
the drought shortened our corn cropA. and
I think prospects generally are cut short
one half in last 4 or 5 weeks. The cattle
disease has subsided here and as far as I

hear from around me.
I see that our old faction has started
its prime mover again, Dr. Westcott.-
That elique has ever since I knew Florida
been at such tricks : an attempt to rule
or ruin. Foisting themselves or clan on

At .1ranze .Slpriri<, Fli, iENRY:' HAR.
BAt.'ifli, uf York, PennAylvaiia, .tgid 38-
,yoe re

Wat-lhmaker and Jewel ir,
Fernandina, Fla.. ^^"
W OULD respectfully inform the .'i,',.;o-.-"
the town and surrounding country that
he has taken a room at Mr. A. Rusenthalt'i e,
where he is prepared to repair
in a workmanlike manner, and on the rr,-t re'i-
sw'b e terms. Ail work warranted it %rcI
used. Sept. I-l u -

From Kankakee city, on the Illinois
Oenteral Railroad, to Dwight, on on the-
Chwhgo and S. Louis Railroad.
From Rockford, via New Millford Kill-
buck, and, Lindenwood. to Lane.
From Junction via Lindenwood, White
Rock, and Payne's Point to, Oregon.
From Lane to Oregon.
From Mattoon, in Coles county, via
Pamedise and Greenland to Vandalia. "
From Olney, in Richland county via St.
Marie, and Newton in Jasper county to a
point on Eastern Branch, Centeral Rail-
From Preston to Ckester, in Randolph
From Mattoon, via Sullivan, Marrow
bone, to Decatur.
From Favetteville to Elk Horn,
From Mount Vernon to Richview in
Washington county.
From Spiingfield. via Groveland, Dela-
van Prairie Creek, and Middletown to
From Chester, in Randolph county via.
Steuben ond Worthington to Murphys
boro,' in Jackson county.
From Table Grove, in Fulton county to
From Bernadotte, in Fnlton county, to
From Argyle to Colchester iu McDon
ongh county.
From Monnm-th, via Ellison, Raritan and
Bedford in Henderson county, to La Harp
in Handcock county.
From Carthage to Appenoose.
From Florence to Winchester.
From Rushville, via Littleton and Bir.
xoingham to Plymouth.
From Macomb in McDonough county
via Johnston and Table Grove, to Ipa-
From Rock Island, via Dubuque. to Dua
tetlh, iowa.
From Washington Tazewell eonnty, via
Mmhciinaw, and Armingtoa to Atlam-


the party, or ready- to take the strongM
side as soon as theyjthink themselves safe,
vide see his Know Nothing attemrnt.-
flow he held his office as long as he did
under the circumstances was a wonder
to the old well tried Democrats. Well,
it might have becn expected he would
kick the traces as soon as the harness was
loosed a little. I see he is for purity in
office holders, anl'Has they had no use for
him in office, he must thihk they'did not
know w'*,purity was, and will attempt
by the aiofhis brother Know Nothings
to get an office where his peculiar talents
could shine. I for one have no fears that
Judge Hawkins will be beaten by him,
for his old tricks are now too well known,
and even he canont carry the opposition,
for they have as little use for him as a
true Democrat has, and that, as the irish
would say, just none at all, at all.
Judge Hawkins has done his duty as
well as could be expected under the cir-
cumstances, for no one could satisfy every
person of his own party, and the opposi-
tion would, as a matter of course, not be
satisfied unless lie took an ultra course,
for I never did believe in compremises.
But still I do not blame him for doing the
best he could with that tangled Kansas
affair. As for the money to pay the
troops, that is a matter that his managei-
ment would not-do, unless he eoaid do a