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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: July 15, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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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.
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king With this Information, the returnee door. The jeweller,thought Ahmed mUll, The ladf, pleased at carrying her point 'Does your majesty require the thievesor pathy for the lad, his widowed mother'and#. ** i?;
WistdIarty. I home.' Her husband met her at the door be crazy: but is a, ray from heaven to th took the dates and promised to be punctual the treasure 7 :The stars will only grant rthlhi But their eyes iwere'ad e ; ; .'"
but was received with la frown;'nor ctadall wretched he ran td"his conch and there to in doing what her husband desired. one or the other," said Ahmed, looking at e looked as,if ther' cared. *far' i I! i
: his caresses obtain smile or a word;; his joy and wonder, found I the ruby in the Meanwhile the thieves who ,had stolen bit table of astrological calculation. "Your. aught else but f .* *' I I ,
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'Battle Klafi if tmtaln. for several hours she continued silent and very place described.- He came back to the king's treasure having been kept from majesty'must make your choice. I 'can, ,deliver The accuser CDsi t I
nI'.ft oae of the brjghest in the re, in apparent misery j at length she said: :' Ahmed, embraced 'him, called him hi leaving the city,by' feaf of.detection ""and up either but tot)." "" emilmgasifin oo""p,1: :
. of Southern valor occurring H did : "Cease' your caresses,} unless 'yoq/ire dearest friend and the preserver of his lif! pursuit, had received accurate informationof "I' should"w"!'-t;;to punish the had brought a that poc List i"" i
seed as ,
', 'I ready to five roe proof whea the whole Sooth was CIOIDp1/over' .and sinoBroIy-ioTHiwi"* *"*-- daring that he.was the. first astrologer of the< One gfthem: was among the,crowd before be so, i choose the treasare., hf was"fmt th '"; '.." '
rum by the foe,has been made the he 'ojI' f What proof of love,"' 1iu ed'po age. *" % the palace on the day the king sent for And you'give the thieves a full and Creep the boy, and.the youthful 'J.. 5 '

story by KIVXCOT in his "Horse Shoe Hob ,Ahmed, "can you desire, which I,will not These praises conveyed nojoy to thcpooi? r Ahmed ; hearing that the cobbler had 1?" at.tome'.h\ohtr in his'da- '.. ._,. .. C
iaaoo" end should,also be the theme o:f give 1""Give cobbler,who returned home more thankful i immediately declared their"exact number, I do, provided I find my treasure un gave we learned "
over cobbling;it is a Tile low trade,, to God for bie..pr selTation than plated by he'rao-in a fright to his: comrades, and ex touched."The ." that it was .the the man's maiden" I ;;
I' song. Gen. Ftactnox, with fifteen hun and never yields more than ten or twelve his good fortune.: The moment he entered claimed"We are all found out I Ahmed, ," said Ahmed, hf your majestywill plea-his first yo, great :, '

dred regulars and tories was marching dinars a day. Turn astrologer; your fortune the door, his wife ran up to him:and exclaimed the new astrologer, has. told the king that follow me. the treasure shall be restored ly confused, and reached to ap him;' 4
through the country in order to crush al! will be made and I shall have aU I "Well my dear astrologer! what there are forty of us." to you." from'which he took the Bible that had been I "s.

disaffection n and rivet the British chahu :wish, and be happy. success 1""Tbere There needed no astrologer to tell that," The king and all his nobles followed the used to solemnize the' tio. T" *
himself "Astroloper!"cried Ahmed, "aatroloper 1 ,"said Ahmed very gravelrl"then aid the captain of the gang.: "This Ahmed. cobbler to the ruins of the old Hemmam. movement was received ..' : .
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when be found .
more strongly, Have you forgotten who I am-a cobbler, are two hundred pieces of hope I with all his simple good-nature, is a shrewd There, casting his eyes toward heaven heard a harsh fellows,close to us.' cry out.:. :
i confronted by a.border force of oneI without any learning that you want me you will be,satisfied now and do, not ask fellow. Forty chests having been stolen, Ahmed muttered some sounds, which were "He forgets it is. Thinking to'get 4
thousand men hastily summoned from their to engage In* profession which require so me again to bum my life, as I have done he naturally guessed that there must be supposed by the spectators to be magical hold of some ponderous law-book, he.has ; .
I homes. much kill and knowledge 1" this morning." He then related all that forty thieves; and he has made a good hit,t' conjurations, but which were, in reality, made a mite and'got the FiU ." .
the historian: "The ort' "I neither think 'nor care about your had passed. But the recital made a very that is all; still it is prudent to watch him; | the prayers and thanksgivings of a sincere Te .m. the attorney blush .
Says ," said the enraged'wife; "all different impression on the lady from what for he certainly has made some strange dis and pious heart to God, for his wonderful anger, and his,, flashing eyes* i;
Fucciox roused into action a class marked Justifications if you do not turn astrologer these occurences had made on Ahmed, coveries. One of us must go to-night,after I deliverance. When his prayer was finished upon the'aden h convinced"them thai' t

t' u terrible foes to tho British. The immediately I will be divorced from Sittara saw nothing but gold, which would dark to the terrace of the cobbler's house, he pointed to the southern wall and (there was mite.lyi "Justice wants .
borderers who roved along the sides of the you to-morrow." enable her toie with the chief astrologer7 and listen to his conversation with his j requested that his majesty would order his no better hk" 1;con.was gone, Ip
Allegheny were if possible, ruder and holder The cobbler remonstrated, but in Tain.lie wife at Ilemman. "Courage," she said, handsome wife; for he is said to be Tery ;, attendants to dig there. The work was I and s a the sober a
promised to obey; and, having sold his "courage my dear husband. This a only fond of her, and will, no doubt tell her i hardly begun when the whole forty chests 0 Jugde on the bench. The B wu opened, i .
,: than the Boys of the Green Mountains. stock bought an astrolabe an astronomical your first labor in your new and noble pro !' what success he has had in his endeavors to ; were found in the same state as when ; and every eyewaauponhimubeguie and"leisurely i ;
';- They rode on light fleet horses, cur)'ing almanac and a table of the twelve signs of ftsaion. Goo, and prosper; and we shall (, detect us." stolen, with the treasurer's seaTupon them I turned over the leaves. Amidst i
only their rifle a blanket and knapeack. the zodiac. Furnished with these, he wentto become rich and happy." Every body approved of this scheme; i, still unbroken. breathless silence he read.the jury this sea* t -'

Food was procured by the gun or oa its the market place crying "I am an astrologer About this time it happened that the 1, and soon after nightfall, one of the thieves The king's joy knew no bounds: he em- f tence. "Lead us not into temptation. .
failure from small herd of cat'tie I know the sun. and the mooD kings treasury was robbed of forty cheats repaired to the terrace.' He arrived there I braced Ahmed and immediately appointed We felt our heart throb at the, lu'of ,. -
occasional e a and the stars, and the twelve signs of the l I of gold and jewels forming the greater part just as the cobbler had finished his evening i i him his chief astrologer, assigned to him j! the words. The audience e I .
driven before them. At n:ght the earth zodiac; I can calculate nativities; I can o,the wealth of the kingdom. The. high prayers, and his wife was giving him the an apartment in the palace, and declared t j other without and the Jur
was their bed the sky their canopy." foretell every thing that is to happen?" treasurer, and other officers of state, used Brat date. 4Ah", said: Ahmed, as he tookit that he should marry his only daughter* I exchanged 1p quo- \
Finding that he had roused a "hornet's No man was better known than Ahmed all diligence to find the thieves, but in vain. "there is one of the forty." as it was his duty to promote the man tation earned its moral to their h I
FxRcrsov took position the cobbler. A crowd soon gathered round 1 The king sent for his astrologer, and declared The chief; hearing: these words. hastened whom God had so singularly favored, and Then followed, address which ( pth
. Ddt jCoL on him. "What' friend Ahmed," said one. I I if the robbers were not detected l by in consternation to the gang, and told them had made instrumental in restoring the tic eloquence we have never heard exi.
Kings Mountain, where be was attackedby I I "have you worked till your bead turned ?" i iI stated time, he, as well as the principal that the moment he took his post, he had treasures of his kingdom. The young princess Its influence was like magic. We lW ,
the borderers under SIIXLB\ in three I -"Are you tired of looking kown at your 'I''I'a !teril, should be put to death. Unly been perceived by the supernatural knowledge who was more beautiful: than the guilty accuser leave the room in fear of .
i divisions. The musket and bayonet, IIU.I I last" cried another, "that you are now 11 11I day of the short period given them re of Ahmed who immediately'told his moon was not dissatisfied with her father's personal violence. The prisoner looked
perior numbers and a high state of discipline looking up at the planets?" ', All their seach had proved fruitless wife that one of them was there. The sp>'. choice; for her mind was stored with religion : hopeful; the mother smiled again,and, b ;
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; It eo happened that the king's jeweller I| and the chief astrologer,who had made tale was not believed by his hardened companions and virtue, and she had learned to fre it conclusiot there was not an ,eye. .
I was found to be of no avail againstthe was passing by. He was in great distress, I:' his calculations and exhausted his art to no ; something was imputed to his value, beyond all earthy qualities, that I the courm was not moist. Th*t !

: deadly rifles and desperate valor of the having lost the richest ruby belonging to :.,, purpose had quite resigned himself to his fears; he might have been mistaken ; in piety and learning which she believed Ah sph. afiecting to that degree which caus. \ \ -
frontier militia. The British lines broke" the crown. Every search had been made fate,when one of his friends advised him to short it was determ.ned to send two meni med to possess. The royal will was carried held its hearers&Dbd '
then fled in confusion leatheir commander to recover this inestimable jewel, but to no j jI. I send for the wonderful cobbler, who bad i the next night at the some hour. Theyi into execution as soon as formed. The ) 1-h httle tim that .'D' t r
'J and three hundred dead the purpose; and as the jeweller knew he could I I become so famous for his extraordinary dis reached the house just as Ahmed having wheel of fortune had taken a complete turn. transpire before the verdict o. :, ,
g upon no longer conceal its loss from the king, he 0, covery. Two slaves were immediately des-> finished his prayers, had received the second The morning had found Ahmed in a wretched could b learned was a period great anxiety -
field. This event revived the drooping I. looked forward to death as inevitable. In I I patched for Ahmed, whom they commanded I date, 'nd heard him exclaim. "My hovel, rising from a sorry bed. in the expectation suspense. But when their whispering -

: pints of the patriots at the South and this hopeless state, whilo wandering about 1 to go with them to their master. "You dear wife, to-night there are two of them. of losing his life ; in the evening consultation c and those happy 1.
forms aa era from which dates most of the town he reached the crowd around I, eee the effects of your ambition," said the The astonished thieves fled, and told he was lord eta rich palace, and married words, "Sot guilty, f the ,foreman -' 0
those which drovethe Ahmed, and asked what was the matter. I poor cobbler to his wife ; "I am going to :, their still incredulous comrades what they to the only daughter of a powerful king. they passed like a electricityfrom I. 1 I
successes, eventually Don't you know Ahmed the cobbler i my death. The king's astrologer has heard had heard. Three tne a-w r*oonntquently But this change didHoTalter his character.' Lp t lp t.ater.dignity of the !t!
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invader from Southefa ...Xxws.Buna said one of the bystanders, laughing; "be :, of my presumption and is determined to: sent the third night four the fourth, and so As he had been meek and humble in adversity court was tt ota .voice was ,. -.. .

rjamh! th.bufUa UIt has been inspired, and is become an a|:trol-. hate. me executed as an imposter." on. Being afraid of venturing during day, he ... modest and gentle in prosperity. there tht did join i the acclamation "
foodtof UM Mem, ; .", : Oa entering the"pWc of the chief astrologer i they always came as evening: dosed in, and Conscious bis-own ignorance, rhe bailed the .nI The.. .. j .
TV bttoa EgfaU the mountain pub A drowning man will catch at a broken 1 he' was surprised to see that dig .just as Ahmed was receiving his date:hence continued to ascribe his good fortune' young law}ers* first plea" ; .
Tk UrtU4 vftlliM arm. reed: the jeweller no sooner heard the I nified person come forward to receive him, : they all in turn heard him say that which solely to the favor of Providence, He became one. He was soon a favorite,and now ..represents I !
Apia UN bated beads are oat. sound of the word astrologer than he went and lead I him to the seat of honor and not convinced: them he was aware of their pre daily more attatchei to the beautiful ', his district in the councils o the i

: From wood sad shadowy Urn, up to Ahmed, told him what had happened I less so to hear himself addressed: The sence. On the last night: they all went. and virtuous princess whom he had married; I Commonwealth. ;
I and said, "If you understand your art,you ways of heaven most excellent Ahmed are and Ahmed exclaimed aloud, "The numberis and he could not help contrasting her character t The lad has never ceased his grateful remembranes .j
tad rise shot, and neigh or stead '
must be able to discover the king's ruby. uneanbable. The high arc often cast down complete To-night the whole. forty.arc with that of his former wife, whom he t and we' by the affecting seen, >
Kaqi UuMgh Melt border pea! Do so, and I will give you two hundred and the low are lifted up. The whole word here !" had divorced, and of whose, unreasonable herein attempted to b db have o ,

; lit pucker wbea the gatlwniig not pieces of gold. But if you do not succeed depends upon fate and fortune. It is now All doubts were now removed. It was and unfeeling vanity he was now fully cen-I ten been led to think gt.;,
b Through Bootie highlands nag within six hours, I will use all my influence my turn to be depressed by fate; it is thineto impossible; that Ahmed should have discovered sible. er i the Crime of the tempter t t ;.< p i itptd ,

Th clansman rrMpd their arm, sad'round at'court to have you put to death as an im be exalted by fortune'His them by auy natural means. How ,
Tb foa Ul banner postor." speech was here interrupted by a could he ascertain their exact number and. *It is very common ia the East for the I
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r ipranf. I Poor Ahmed thunderstruck. lie I from the king having heardof after without being sirs of monarchs to be married to men dau1h.1 A Street Scene.. I :
Bit hen no f.dal chiWtaa'fl back was messenger ,whop{ night night, ever once pieiy or leaning however low their origin.
stood long without being able to move or ; cobbler's fame,desired his attendance. mistaken ? lie must have learned it by This world is a great dice box,and 'nobody I ;
Brimp ttrong men to the Ijht, speak, reflecting on his! misfortunes, and f Poor Ahmed now concluded that it was allover his skill in astrology. Even the captain can t what will "u up" at the t ;
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gallant torn grieving, above all that his wife, whom he with him, and followed the kings's now yielded, in spite of his incredulity,and next There a idu"and ro' !
Bat M k their Bativ rigbt so loved had, by her envy and selfishness t messenger,praying to God that he would declared his opinion that it was hopeless to Affecting Court Incident. Dceouh transpiring every ia the ". !
Aid now, around King'Moontaia LAMA brought him to such a fearful alternative.Full deliver him from this per;. When he elude a man thus gifted ; he therefore advised "ttiD VS NOT uno'TJJU'TATI0N.. metropolis to furnish material ;
thousand wuptfSi gleam of these sad thoughts he exclaimed', came into the king's presence, he bent o that they should make a friend of We take pleasure hi relating an incident II for the poet and novelist t the end of.:. :'
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'i. Bt"fIr' these hardy border baadKo aloud, "Oh, woman woman! thou art more his bpdy to the ground, and wished hs: the cobbler, by confessing every thing to''! which greatly enlisted our sympathies held I tune. s
gorgeous aiign*stream. baneful to the happiness of man than the majesty long life and prosperity. "Tellme I him and'bribing him to secrecy by a share us spell-bound by its interest and finally A short time si;a well d gentle I

Ai i, Each arm fa nerved ucla brow fa bit poisonous dragon of the desert!" Ahmed," slid the king "who has stolen of the booty. made our hearts l leap with joy at*happy term ', man was npt :
. The lost ruby had been secreted by the my treasure?" I His advice was approved of; and an lation.Iu IU had evidently 'ventoa face once fair, .' I
The&learn of every ejeTefli jeweller's wife, who, disquieted; by those -It was not one J1lAU," answered Ahmed, ,,I hour before dawn,they knocked at Ahmed's I, the spring of 1838 we ..chanced to be i i a ti"of bronze, and though nearly half. '.r. ;
of a Ugh and stern resolve alarms which ever attend guilt, sent one of after some consideration; "there were forty door. The poor man jumped out of bed, spending a few darin a beautiful inland* might have rolled o rb h1d' i i
,- TheeonqMr,or they die! her female slaves to watch: her husband. thieves concerned in the robbery. and supposing the soldiers were come to country town in Pennsylvania. It was court j* it had left few traces behind it m : :
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Tar.p he taoooUla'a rugged slop This-slave, on seeing her L8ter speak to ''\'cry well,"said the king;fcbut who were lead him to execution, cried out, "Have patience week, and to relieve us from the somewhat deuce that the shadows, were falling t. *, '
The red cross standard waves, the astrologer drew near; and when she they 1 and what have they done with my i i I know what you are come for. It monotonous incidents of Tillage life we 'j'the'eastwa 4 .
Cwted he the recreant **(freemen born heard Ahmeo after some moments of apparent gold and jewels ?" is a very'unjust and wicked deed." stepped into the room where the court had I I Se Church sat &old apple I

TTi cringe aroud U slaves! abstraction compare a woman to a "These questions," said Ahmed, "I can I "}[ost.wonderful man! the captain, convened. 0 wom AtatteredcloakofpWdwuthrownY.
JLnd cursed be those the poisonous dragon, she was satisfied that he not now answer; but I hope to satisfy your as the door was opened, "we are fully 'con- '. Among the prisoners in the box we sawa shoulders;her eyes were dun,her I
minions, foreign 110m.n. must know everything. She ran to her majesty, if you will grant me forty days to vinced that thou knowest why we are come, lad but ten years of age,whose sad, pensive hand trembling, and her t gy hair, escaping ... a !.I II
Tyrant's there, mistress, and breathless with' fear, cried, make my calculation" nor do we mean to justify the action of. countenance, his young 'and innocent I' from th keeping o guiltless >"
'Whose deed.have spread*e deep a gloom Ton are'diacovered my dear mistress "I grant you forty days said" the king ; which spcakest. Here ore'two thousand appearance caused him to look sadly out of(,t of l lay upon her ehek The old wo-.

Upon realm w fair! you .re'd discovered by a Tile astrologer. but when they arc past if my.treasure is ', pieces of gold, which we will give thee, place among the hardened criminals by whom'f w watching ct and her.

With battle shoal epos the foe Before six hours are past, the whole story not found,your lifo shall pay the .forfeit" : provided thou will swear to say nothing he was surrounded. Close by the box,and eyes rested upon the t st', ,, .
Sew charge the border beads will be known and you,will become infamous Ahmed returned to hi*house well pleased, ., more about,tho matter." manfesting the greatest interest in the proceedings as he proceeded leisurely along, '
tad rarope's war-worn shrink if you are even so fortunate as to es for he resolved to take advantage of the "Say nothing about it;j" said Ahmed.. sat a tearful woman, whose anxious -' and then as be seemingly riz some v.: '
From their veterans cape with life, unless you can find someway time allowed him to fly from a city where i: "Do you think it possible I can suffer such ( glance from the Judge to the boy left spot familiar in other days ,somec ,t i
smoke roOs avenging h&Dda.n. to prevailing on him to be merciful. his fame was likely to be his ruin."eu't gross wrong and injustice without complaining us no room to doubt that it it washls moth unex and to hun, doubt painful. d, :.
up n sheet of flam. She then related what she had seen and Ahmed," said his wife/as he entered,"what I i I and making it known to all the er. We turn with sadness from the scene '
The weodland opening alls, heard; and Ahmed's exclamation carried as news at court?" ,', world?" I tI to inquire of the offence of the prisoner,and The old woman suddenly ;dpp her.. ,.. \
The battle thunder echoes far complete'conviction to the mind of the terrified No news at all," said h, "except thatI I I I ."Have mercy upon us!r' exclaimed the' learned he was accused of stealing money. bket and the apples rolled she a
Among the forest hffls! mistress as it bad done. to that of her am to be put to death at the end of forty thieves, fallen on their knees, "only spare The case was soon commenced, aDd by see them. :"George t"! she exclaimed : '
t>! rapt! and o'er the mountain's brow slave. days, unless I find forty chests of gold and 1;,I, our lives and we will restore the royal i the interest manifested by that large crowd as she sprang to her feet,- "GeorgvP!. ,
their jewels, which have been stolen from the I treasure." .. we found that our.heart was.not. the .only ..The stranger turned in the direction of,the i
The/win bloody Thejeweller's wife hastily throwing on I
way ." started rubbed bis 5 to one in whichsympathy for the lad existed vic In an quiet nuanervw j
royal treasury. The cobbler eyes" J* itt h .
The red ems falls,the foeman her veil went in search of the dreaded as
ly, "But you must discover the thienI1 1 sec if lie were asleep or aw-ake. and being i :1 i How we pitied him The bright smile had'i ished. "George! Iotb 1 and t twain '
And .When found him she threw
Freedom ha trologer. the
the day! J sndnow !> were clasped m each ,
"How by what means am Ito find them? satisfied that ho was awake, and that the vanished from his face, it expressedIi Grt.
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That mou t.iatof.he*leaned the flame herself and his feet crying, "Spare my honor!" "By the same art which discovered the j i men before him were really the thieves, be j ji 1 I the cares of tho aged. His young sister,' a f|I i ly did some mel at the scene '' :;'
That waned withm her bent my life, and I will confess every" thing ruby. i assumed a solemn tone, and said-"Guilty ''bnght-e}'ed girl, had gained admission; to old woman fainted 1" cried 0 "Has she ,
Lent vigor to her "What can you confess me 1 exclaimed I cheered hun with the ,been stealing?" asked another.. she .
weary ana The same art 1"l replied Ahmed. "Fool ,men! ye are persuaded that ye cannot escape his side, and whisper1'ing Yea
Aa*raited her drooping crest! Y.LC.tGn. Ahmed in amazement. ish woman! thou kno".est that I have, no I' from my penetration,. which reaches I' of hope. I II !had been lti-t wboe y ", Ii
The "Oh nothing! nothing with which you, art and that I have only pretended to it for I unto the eun and' moon and knows the I I I But that sweet,voice;which before caused i care from t t tary are not already, acquainted. You know '1 bound with :added r one touch of nature whole
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the flake of pleasing thce. But I have had position. Your timely repentance has laved heart to happiwev I t .1
too well that I stole the :ruby from the sufficient skill to gain forty days, during 1 you. But ye must immediately'restore alii 1 only:the grief his shame had brought upon world kin," and .there many &heart
king's crown. I did so to punish my husband stolen. Go and that beat softer the scene. '
lined be feltbler.b. which tone we may easily escape to some that ye have straight way .
who uses me most cruelly; and I other city, and.. with the money I now possess carry,the forty chests, exactly u ye found 1 I I' ,The progress of the 'case acquainted ns Twenty years. ago "Gecrge" bad left bia f'
the Pat dtl or la.lived Ahm ed thought, by this means, to obtain riches for and the aid of my former deco tion.I! them, and bury them a foot deep under the 1 with the circumstances of the!loss--the extent home in Utica *&Y.,' and gone "down to "t ;
the cobbler, aa honest and industrious man' myself and to have him put to death. But we may still obtain an honest livelihood..I I southern wall of thepld' ruined..Hemnum,1, of which,was but'a dime, no more!, the sea" and "donebnsiness uPon the great.i ': y
whose wish was to pass through life quiet you: most wonderful, man,: from whom "An honest livelihood;" repeated his lady beyond the king's ipaa If ye do this ,The lad's employer.wealthymiserlyand waters." After varied fortunes,that brightened .
ly;mad be might have done sor had he not nothing is hidden have discovered and defeated with scorn. 'Will thy cobbloig thou meant ; punctually, your I liveware\ ep;but it I I'unprincipled manufacturer r bad made use of af last, be had '''returned to find ,the

asmedA haadsome wife, who, although my:wicked plan. ,1 beg only for spiritless wretch ever enaZ me to go;,p ye fail in the slightest,.degree, destructionwill it for the purpose of what he called testing 'old homestead rued to the ground a.blockr'of .
he bad condescended to accept of him u mew, and will do whatever you commandme. to the lleraman like the wife of the chief!I c. fall upon you and your families." ]I the boy's honesty." It was placed where,, stores occupying its site, every Inch*of"_'. 't f
a husband, >was far from being contented astrolgcr? Hear me,.Ahmed 1 Think only The ,thieves promised obedience to his from Its very position, the lad would often-' which had been dear'to him., ''He found too,
with his humble sphere of lifer .An angel from heaven could not,have of discovering the _king's: treasure. Thou, commands,' and departed Ahmed ,then eat see it,and less,suspect the !trap. ,The brother' ,'no sister to welcome him h buf sn '*, L
Sittara.such was tb 'Ahmed than knees and I day passed and the master to his mortification old man'pointed out his father's graver'If '
name of Ahmed' brought more consolation to hast just AS good a chance.of doing, so u fell on his' returned thanks to '
oafs was erer forming fooliah schemes of did the jeweller's wife. lie assumed all thou heist of finding the, ruby At".u1 God for. this signal mark of his favor_I I ,not pleasure;found the coin ut was sunken;and without a stone to' mark ::0\ j
nches sad grandeur sad the that became' his thou shall hours -after the roval ed. Another ,yet where he lay.: Orbia'Diotherbeeo obtain *-*,
; ;though Ahmed dignified solemnity events, I am,determined not. :About two ; guards d P } trace. *
01'Tata6edTbetn; be was tQo fond. new character, and said. Woma& I know cape; and shouldst thou attempt to ea.1!came; and desired Ahmed to follow them. I ject was not however, det no' She had Jeft.'CtJca toagy' -
unshod to quarrel with what t p.-e her all tboe hast done.1 and it,is fortunate for; away I will Inform the king's,officers, and lIe said he would attend them as soon 'as I mine that the boy should tike It' ,-&e to seek'ber"aon'. In New. York';'and. nevei"..' *

JIIaiue aD dacrednlouof emtlt"or. shak thee that thou hast come confess thy sin have thee taken dp and put to death, even. h_had taken leave' of his wife,.,to'whom I' returned. how ?t'-5L.,. a
tl s had,wu his only *nswertherof;j jpem.a. and beg for mercy before' it is too late. before'the forty days are expired.The 'he determined not to impart what had oc- I This continued temptation od W t much ;Who can'ten she watche*',-wait.flHd'tha
Sld daydresnns;sad she continued toSSFirws Return. thy bouse put1 the ruby under poor cobbler 1 wa- dismayed, at. this :cured until he 'saw the result; He .bade I for the boy's rte 'T'dm.ta ect..d for r'first' born,. edag'

that tin .saoer4inlJ desw the.pillow of the couch on :which thy. buss speech; but4coowing there was no_hope of her fa.rewell.nry! affectionately; she' supported I ken. A ltt lter / EelsbV'w4a'! dh" ::; J'
ftto +gheetiottane, band sleeps; let it ,be laid on the side farthest changing hit wife's resolution, he' resigned herself with great fortitude on this i was purchased with it. Butw rt.' ,
tOD e.enh whiTeln' his ,from the door and be satisfied.thy himself to his fate*.,"Well.said he, our ,trying occasion, exhorting her husband to ,Ing home t gladden fur heart,h ow 'w : sfy' f .
teltpF or sna4 tbstshe meat to the 1Iem..i guilt shall never be suspected.", will .ha1I.bt obeyed. ,All I desire is to pass be of good cheer:,and said a few word shout made heavy by.being arreste/i to theft! a .
!!, .*.} +b1cawabdyreuingdusted of Pro : 4 !crime the nature of which'ha little knew. I" gdi tor -
c : o The jeweller1 wife returned'home,and the few remaining' of mj life u-coma. the goodness ldeace tjthinkstte "
*'.. did u the was desired.. -in aa boor'Ahmed forUbty Is I oo. You.Icaow :I :am no :Tbe decree of heaven"are Just;a reward i T'crt were wntaiQed by seta favored of fart>de 1 1rjpfiaarble ..; 1.b .

followed her tod told the:jeweller hd bad, scholar,and have_little skQl,ia',:reckoning suited theirjnerite" awaited Ahmed .sad : o b yel wo who \weep : ?>.< ,.H \f .; : f ..
: made his esJenltle,Dd fond by."tbeeG as 10, there are forty date*; give me one every hUwUe, ,vTb good man stood with' acheer- 'also Qr. to .W uehjoy'break+ t4'.tl> ,
th. DIm6 a1w6b.IrerDed after I hare said n pro e thttrTmay fill countenance before the Idng, who. was ed the Jory the to | \
'oz.C cf the jna tad aoon sad by the eon-; night y rg r at the fj.iiBii.ij.or 1e"W&ttW,dY 1
'sad, "httls an example by panlehment :P
them 1a jir and by'tmrt'cagtbcut .Impatient for hirirrtvsl immediately rogur .
lpn.Ua t the $4w ,y that the" rnbywM pat s' IkW'1D&D: .. -. -, .' 1 cistern* Aod, .| fetny suchtt Iasi i! a
it at that aDder the: of "al'fll,1a'tee )ttbt w said,"' "Ahmed -thy looks'are'promiaisj;
moBe t Ijiajr : pillow may '
y.th ,_of; .. .ltrol'to theS big CWth't the tide farthest ,frcm the,'days I barn to ling are goes.": ,- ,, .>. ,'hast thou discovered my treasure: .'Before, could we mans tans-o 1.this world otpst ego : I

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Cat an* the Halted States IDribll)ttlu5i Plank-Road.will find communicationon : ,-leb from. i our Exchange& cent,in a long articl.npon,the-Ward trial, !' ,flflfl1CWUS. ?', c ,
Qtge Oar readers a I -
la article of sorat length referring toaD Democratic -
aa I IsATU1tpAYtitLY the subject ej'lankroad in this'per. pa-, .V 1le DP says r fcThe truth wthe, accujed was acquitted S Tile 'unCTaru.h Question. ., 1.,
alhged deairt on the part of the United i f
.Jtt. and the -
the
States to possess the Island of Cuba, the It is from the iiof1t gentleman! wha'U ,\ Atwf"oiJ.rauf v Leon county, upon constnicticrfiof testimony the, upon Among(he numerous priiitawefenndftiourwaytoperue h1 T .
common or
Edinburgh Scotchman makes,the following JACKSQNVILIaEr .. ardentlv attached Jo,the cause of Inter-' o jates wrje" Kentucky we find but
'kkour State and wfip" t tie Madison Conventions De intetheIICS.tE.M1weIL criminal !law. "Bt jfflentSSosgnal r which sides with Russia
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observation: ffa nil Improvement, ? 5'S ,
: ics4 l; :: feels deep Interest in"W8ucciMSjif_.thiparticuhr t in, or evch tabes an impartial view o the
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"The American has long cast a : : .Dr.WaldoL, n
republic
f J53T urncn
KesoJntiow :: mfyoung '
covetous eye upon Cuba audit wouH almost :.::t CST Copies of the '"Sers".3McMWtlriiialI m'r" ha.t.T. enttrpriseu f' ;+ i ::< Xaiweoe wew a'a j1 B r!.! but very distinguished: .jnatnnlist, ,dic4 jfl great coijjost Sow king waged in Europe,

now appear; as if the was greedy.. ., ..' .- .. en .We understand that} the 'oik tu oenec- eiiatdaqNebrzskabI11S < Boston,last Wednesday: 'Thouih T& T with iunovwg causes and probably re-

the into prey her,Krasp.beginning The to case ripen is towards a fair one falling of ,,:fliy'strit&. ? I-; t- i i '" orlb to be prosecuted ;with'vigor, 'under Tbbflowing' candidates_ 'were.alSO Dominated .twenty-sis year'of ago he) had'efitabEdietJ spits. alia. U very natural; first, bccauw
: in
btd : the personal superintendence of CoL Hart. the State Legislatures SS contest 'r\ere a weak and strong pow-
wolf andlamb ; with difference of Spain "*BX &iinlatake1t1iiTofrn .proceedings.< j fo, -. a reputation; ,botheides of tho'.Atlauttc
; ,
the and weakness without M j.Jon* BrAiD, tS er ate engaged our >ymithws are likely
haTing stupidity
t'1 Council loVhlch we Tnndeireference Whit Nominations.: \ .rJ OREFV iiTraseia
the Innocence of the sheep ; .BO that.in',the last" week were not tlien publish-j The Whigs of Leon county,'agrcmbled f 'J055 B:Cn.ut. **' .Z will not declare war against to be erdisted lr/the Fclker, whether*
eTent of the but of her transatlantic .f4'moii
colonies being torn from many her, .the gain of.ed.Ther, will'be-founS in tala week'*paper. convention'on the,8th i inst, nominated ex- W. oeervethatM4Be'ef0 JOSEPH B-CI&!rrnte" reasons, .Russia, butwill: ; 'place ft military :force at' J.Sf and the secondbcbae4caal1rb1n4 .

another slave State to America will be more 'State Convention. oerorThoBmwfl for Congress:and deelinesibenomlnation.S tho disposal Austria : ST strongtr
Democratic prtj
to be regretted than the loss of a elare COlony from' who :hasjust Uotu. E..C., &. Gen... A, Shine,.and'. .5. :Jackm ;T. .s '. S a. I'mn4btedly' the aggressor.
We,learn" a gentleman ; C But thatthft main'pHtion of have
to Cuba::would be 1mputatlonalMeaaures. us given
Spain. a splendid."compensation1' ; >
for the State ,
I Messrs.Murry and Cromartie, The Democrats O1thIIC meeting 8-
l, 1 for the seizure of a Behoon* arrived from Madison, that the Democratic to JaeI.the 24th a:. ''rbrebai Probabi1 em"1 .. ci our J prettq before 0U1' heW. :

: cr or brig; but it is not a bigjwrxprce! | than State Convention'assembled at that Legislature. MsrrUnna, appoint de1tn de-o:nuiiibesofbnp rUnt national jncaaures oc- havelct our feelings blind our judgement .
'.' 1 ,: GOT. BrownJias also &nnomnniedly June, and resolved wh express *> I ,
"tbt
.1 weak'andfoolish
was lately paid by'anbtber lion, RMaxxrellts
verr nominated A.
havo attention of the and
place" aided preference for mr able cupying-the people I I have formed our opinions from fancy rather
kingdom, on tho other Bide of the the Wlilaj.bQqs4sden 1tl'\. rp.
candidate for RcprcscnVativc iri"Congri&s. Congress of the country than at this time.
ri, 1 globe,for a greater indignity. After taking I our --..-- .- -- tivf, the Hon.'A. Maxwell, we hive entre j, thm from f ilf our fi 'L

"'. ;> possession half the Burmese eEIMrebe-j -.-. HotZUotterZ&JIottesUIl, I Bdenee b te'o b tbd ConrentlonVand Ml! Among. a cotempora7specfiethellowlug. 1 I shall endeavor to state our reasons for this

.'1 9. cause Commodore Lambert was not received -, Forewarned During the latter part of June, we found cheerfully abide thereby \ S /The treaty between Mexico and the Un !S I belief .1 ..J()'/
.
Y L7&j with due respect by a third rate official, in last the weather hot. It soon became
The rumors from Cuba published opt growing K CnTet ted States, by which we are to pay ten Russia occupies an immense amount of
T.>,:.j. we.can hardly, ,with good grace, protest evening edition from the Savannah Republican, HOTTER, and during the last ten days the The Demorta county me at I.'liM millions for a route to the Pacifier a large the '.
' i1 against the conduct ,of the United States are not matters to be laughed off, when we are Court House, on the 24th of June, and ,space on map of Europe. From tEe1
: told Ihat tho talk froely of an destruction Mercury bas reached aa high as 980 several appinte:accession territory, an extinguishment
should continue this Spaniards easy extreme nortb he xtend X
., .: cvon they aggravate the State f f J''totheMcditcrancanicove'ruigJa
certain Mexican chums the United
of the Southern ports of the Union in the times almost unprecedented in delegates t Conynt n rolvee cgainst t i '
. or any similar difference as finally to worry cafe of hostilities bat ween the two Government, something t "that the lon:' A. E: repretentatif States, under the treaty of Guadalupe .uea tone hundred
Spain into the' cession' or sale of Cuba. ant discing the practicability of an attack on Mobile our weather annals. Notwithstanding our t. :e In Congress, h entitled himself to Hidalgo, and other advantages and consid and thirty-eight times the size 'of-
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: It strikes us that Great Britain cannot anl New Orleans, a mioer at Spanish valor u to the line however we : the '
proximity tropical the continued confidence of constituency, by eratiens. and about ''times*
hi England 'forty that
with good or other sort of 1 not the right sort of comment It u not a question of
'. : grace, .any find that it has been HOTTEST In New ability and teal with which he Tho reciprocity and fishery treaty between '
of valor between the and b reprDt Trance. But :
:,. i ', grace,:good, bad, or indifferent protest comparative: races; notwithstanding her site,gho
.' .,' 9 against the acquisition of territory oy the I if it were for, it tho is not genuine wise to Spaniard assume: drawn an absolute from our inferiority York Boston and Concord, N.IL the Mercury their interests and defended their rights. l and intended Great Britain.more particularly and the United for the States, ,is, as it were, hemmed"W b/'the totSer a:10&

f..,. United States, no matter how !strongly her t experience of the feebleness of the Mexican races having there gone up to lOOn in the TIMaWATER A KEMEDT. roaji.ta&irtxt. efit of the East. beD-1 tions of the continent 'St.Tetenburgfj li*

, : predilections MY run in a contrary direction. -, of Spanish ongm. We hare enough of the national shade. For the sake of suffering humanity, I -.\ correspondent. of the Charleston Mercury The annexation of the Sandwich Islands, I her bnly Bortimi outlet into the2''ocean'"by-
Of all the nations of the earth Great I self-esteem to believe that there can be DO doubtof
Britl. should hold her peace when any of I the issue, sooner or later, cf a conflict betweenour i we wish that up that way they might occasionally says, that lIe has treated the above said to luue been. partially determined Commissioner upon, way of the Baltic.1 Thb port is:open during .'"
her countrymen and the best blood of Castile if the have a snuff of the delicious with nothing but I!. by authority given to our to about naif'ofthe
to disease
:; neighbors propose adding territory defence of Cuba conld be devolved upon each successfully lim accept the position of Protector. only year! 'On thi*
their dominions. Other gOTernments may I Ichampiou evening eca-breezo that sweeps our pen- with addition of moderate dose : south-east Russia'shutout from .
But it is not wio to underrate any. i water, th a A treaty between the United States and the Med"itcrnmean
: protcstj and other countries may, perhaps, aJrenuy, and despise hi threats so far as to I iiuula. __ of oil after the diarrhoea was brought under Japan, by which three of the ports of that by the" pospe-wJonaW':' 'TurkeyC
complain with some show of reason orjus- omit the necessary means of self-protection. Spainis I
dumber. control. He writes follow: kingdom are ,to be opened American The Turkish Empire holds .the
tioc. But England,so long as her own possessions certainly gathering great armaments in and a- a keys r.tM.
remain unmolested,can bring neither bout the Island of Cuba. The squadron she will Our readers will find.in another column "The first case in wlikh I tried it was very interesting I commerce. Dardanelles, and can prevent'any Russian"
soon hive in these waters will outnumber in guns The patient, a man about forty The acquisition ef Cuba, by purchase or i I
bear her E. A. DeCottes.The YO&I
norreason, to to of Mr.
argument justify the advertisement vessels from ramng'ntothC
" and won the whole force which in the present con I of ago, was taken with the mO copiu' evauations. -I conquest. Sleditcrrancanj-
; in complaining o: much less resisting, the dition of our navy conld be concentrated in the I articles advertised are likely to be in lie said that hi.end. I i The reorganization of the Navy and the I her only way of egress to the ocean'on the"
acquisitiveness of her cotemporarics. Gulf, and the number of troops will reach to a largo the last of the
I time" thought no too, everl preceding ; establishment of
these a
demand building an apprenticeship
during system South. These few concise but ha-1'
? a a C great I him half of : ares ,
I'C
. Why acquisitiveness is a guilt,then army. were nrylolen1 a pint the for the increase of .
is England the most guilty of the nations. I The above is from the Xew Orleans Picayune -i In this line, our citizens find it altogetherfor I illusion quicklime, a strong aa the unslaked I modification of geamcn.A the and the building portant facts in relation to the gcognpht''*
but clear of I tanlf I
Its desire to enlarge territorial dominion is : yet with all deference to Spanish their interest to patronize domestic : lime would He bad scarcely, swallowed perfectly it before .eiI, of the Pacific railroad. of the two countries," bearing upon the ,

.' a crime then England stands forth the monster valor, we have little fears of Sew Orleans, I manufacture, and we have little doubt but rent gun meezeilen"y, and said that he was I The withdrawal of the African squdron, question. "We now propose to glance bre!

4 criminal of tho eighteenth and nineteenth Mobile or other American city filling that the Springfield Mills will receive a fair ing in never hail ,anther fe-I I and the adoption of means for the protection !i ly on their social porftion,'and the"feelings' '
I centuries. If to forcibly wrest from any I tion-no fever, and wa well in half an hour,
I feudal powers the colonies they most value, victims to it. Upon the declaration of the I share of that patronage. ecpt A to debility I have had occa ion to I of the merchant marine on our coast. I: and principles which appear to actuate cacfi.Ilowlongis .

is wicked then the wickedness of England war of 1812. the United States had fewer this summer with similar ticcoa. In one case i it since Russia was a Inero*
; that I
"Mr.J. II. II.Bours announces and fever but
j L : was hocked too soon, I Later from
Europe-
i surpasseth anything written down on the ships and men than at this diy, while the I as Chairman of the Committee, he is i prepared patent soon ret.overcl of tht.pruc: cypher among the nations of the Earth 7 :
ancient modern If
: pages or history. to sea was covered with the vessels of the enemy. : the sufferer the fire in no ad\oat quack medicines, nor am Arrival of the America at Ifalifxx. I. A hundred years ago'and she was scarcely '
to by
the weak to
i trample on and extort from them pay I a believer panaceas!; but I believe that this
concessions only toPe wrung at the price of The choicest British army that ever : this place: the pro rata shares of the fund remedy can IK accounted for o chemical principles ".I The siege of Pfli tna las been raised the Iberians S known ; she was' a ecmt-barbarons nation/ .

: national existence, is wrong, then has Eng- trod American soil, the peninsula veterans contributed for their relief by the city and I the Medical. I f w, Profession I trust that, wor I have I have given ever no offence to i,I } nube.I defeated. by the Turks, and driven across the I hardly aekowledged an existence!' without *

; land perpetrated more stupendous wrongs Wellesley, some 14,000 strong, found X. i people of Savannah.gy ed a the "Good Sam uita" of the (: ren-. I The order of event was as follow: Siege operations i commerc,'without manufactories, without
than all the nations of the earth put togeth J.LAUTIULE." I commenced the 17tb of and institutions '
Orleans hard to take, and we believe that were on May, learning; with comparatively
I er. If to spurn the feeble tread upon the Messrs. Burton i Craves it will I continued until 15th of June, the attack and de
prostrate and oppress and plunder the there was bat one successful raid of the I Gcx l'o\tDEI EXPLOSION AT ACKORA, :, fence being curried on incessantly, and with equal little knowledge of the arts and sconces;

helpless, ia unchristian and inhuman: then British fleet on the Atlantic coast. What be seen by an arlverti'Cment in another I.ND.-During the celebration o& the opening S' bravery on both side Repeated storming parties having no place among1 the refined nations
has England a fearful account settle at column, offer a fair schedule to their customers I were directed against the entrenchments. Mines of the world. Bat what is ? .
then from now 't
may we expect Spain, requiring i "' of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, I I and countermines were exploded causing immense : sne
,_ the day of her reckoning.All as she will, every man of her forces to hold but the half not being toM, they in the last of the Aurora train daughter to both besiege and be!ieged. Masse i what has she attained notwithstanding her'
car
these things has England been guiltyof I I would invite people to call and examine for I a cannon I Fncba the brave Turkish Commander, wag lulled
Read her history for fire hundred years the Island in her trembling grasp,and was fred as a salute. There was one or I Ito I.T A shell; after whkh Prince Paikicwitcb, theI I' limitation marine advantages, within a .

and not one solitary instance can be traced of her squadron,as sentinels to e"elJ.I'vessel thcmschcs.3g" of in the car, and a small : Knixian Commander, was struck and disabled an/II i short hundred years'7 lrithfniier Empire
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keg will die. Xiuca Pasha reCIl 2,000,000 'S .
out on the map of the past where she has where the vast tides of invasion will I 4 We omitted to notice in our last heating the rod with which the roubles probably,offered him by Prince Paskiewitth a are contained, it is said, near one hundred,

failed to aggrandize herself what no matter at upon the Island shores 1 }'orewarned forearmed that our friend, Mr. Geo. C. .\costa has his I piece was fired. The wind it is supposed I. bribe to surrender il!. I i million people. She has" grown witnln }
whose expense-no matter principles On the 13th cf June a tremendous alt it k was ordered : thV"
were sacnfied. She has leagued with the I is an old and trite B.1yinlmt w c see Soil fount now in operation, at the'corner : blew a small spark from the furnace into under General
weak to protect them against the strong, no reason why we should Shake in our I of Bay and Xewnan street, although, from : the powder chest, and a tremendous explosion but after severe fighting the Russians were repulsed great nations of the world. Her"comrnerce "

# and when the conflict was over she has appropriated boots" at the idea of an invasion from the attendance at his counters, we should ; followed. I., by Omar, and Pas a ha Turkish, succeeded brigade entering sent from the fortress.Fhnrala I!S has expanded,her population has quadrupled '
'her allies to herself. Almost invariably '
has fatal Cuba. : judge the fact to be already pretty well I The Cincinnati Republican s.ys- I Thus reinforced the garrison, oa the 13th made a manufactories hate increased, a
; England's fricndshipbeen -
to countries that sought it. She would 2S"That large bodies move slow, is an I known. "We have seen many exhibitions of hospital I sortie.and ended A desperate in the complete hand discomfiture to hand: content of the.ensued Russians. -. thousand fold. She stands, tnis day, one .

first assist then make the assisted party old saying, and this seems to be evidently I rZOh jo-a lodye in tome rast refrigerator practice, and many outside canes" but of mutilation and I Prince Gortschak oT was severely wound I of the most'astonishing examples of phys'ical -
accidents "by flood and field, wo never in our ; :
ed. Gen. Sch'elJers hid his leg shot off,asS two '
then and that the
all the quarrel and then development expansion'
: pay expenses the with the allies in it is the
lives to scene
i case Europe ; r' is the exclamation of manya saw anything equal appalling I other Generals were killed. .
I wind up by forcible wholesale annexation i which was presented to us on this OI.'CAll O The I world has ever' know. And her.uitelfec-l
: even hinted ,by some that the present I when the The carnage amouBg the Russian troops was .
of sweltering citizen in these days .
has been the I
Such unfortunate
, J Alpha andOmega Eng- pix victim of the catastrophe were dreadful and the has of
. I l. they retired fighting across tual equalled that her
land's friendship thousand times worse movements are not exactly those of war, I dog star reigns in the ascendant. In the i literally stripped naked, every particle of clothing nrer. Pursuing their advantage, the Turks crossed progress '
'. to those she helped than would rum been but rather of a sort armed diplomacy"The I absence of such a lodge, bowcvt-r,many are1km : having been torn from their bodies by the force of I an arm of the river,'sehed the Isle of hops, and physical. Institutions of learnin are flourishing -
the of their enemies. Look at her the explosion, their limbs were fractured, their ; blew the Russian siege works thereon. The all over the Empire and the arts and
. triumph up ,
I
Turks and Kn' !. however in the
mn to content themselves with a lemonade bodies were mangled the hair of their heads were <
their and !
then out erected
Turks brought
: hundred millions of white slaves (all .:- gun Gnemehts of life have with
sufferers moved onward
. burned off. and the and cries of the
of Silistria to be in groans the bank the I
earnest : batteries of
I on Bulgarian
vicinity seem or julep which articles abound at the ; temporary '
off hundred ,
in Ilindostan
quired) -worse ,many filled the house where they lay :
river, before the north face of the fortreM. The I a velocity unparalleled modern history.A .
degrees in every respect, than the negro if luril knocks are the guarantee of f-uch. I Phoenix Saloon of Mr. P. B. Canova, on I ---- --- Raskian battalions cast and west of Silbtna immediately
slaves of the Southern United States! j I But a few days fin(, it was supposed I' Xewnan next door to Bay street. I J&S? (,'n. Quitman. Mr. J. S. Trashcr.afid retreated in good order across the river, i 1 great bug-bear, pointed at with,;horror

Look at her colonial (all acquired) possessions that SlLtria must fall succor from the allies !. I' Dr. .\. L. Saunders: have been held to I an I destroyed their bridge. S by Russia's defamers,.is the reputed condition -

/ (with the exception of the Camdas) I appearing to be its only hope of salva- '1 ACKXCV OF THE PLANTER'S BANK OFFAIIZFIELD. bad in the Fum of ,(OO for the observance I ofKalarasch The Rneiianat, awaiting latent reinforcements date were in and the vicinity orders. I of the class known as serfs. Now, in

on cither slope of the antipoles and what I I ton. The grand assault Las been made, .-Col. Bryant, the agent of this I of the laws of the United States in general, j I General Lipran Ji'r divu-ion and several detached 4 regard to the present Emperor's policy and
mental and j
do we behold? Squalorpo\"erty, Bank has removed his establishment from i crops were inarching in hut from f latino to I line conduct in relation -to these serfr
.
and the neutrality act of ISIS in particular.The : ,
: physical degradation. Look at their numberless however, and the Russians were not only join them.
: / I its temporary quarters in the uflngtpn ;! for which stated j! This the I. there is general error in' the, public
isles of the ocean (all acquired) rcpaUeJ, but driven across the Danubi by grounds are by Judge victory wa gained entirely by Turks, very
", many which'should! be blooming, terrestrial -t the garrison, with tremendous loThis i I House to the pleasant and roomy store formerly Cainpcll follows: j the French. and English not having made their appearance I mind. 1 1 is needless for us advert to the

1 paradise. What do we see there 1 event will undoubtedly change the course j jof ; occupied by T. Ifartrhlge, in Holme's : "That from the refusal the witness to answer, t The siege of Eilistria being raised must alter I previous state of the land tenure Russia.

The same unvarying picture of wretched-I How, on Bay street We ob.-trve that our an,1 thou t that public rumor connected their the whole plan operations in Bulgaria,' and consequently .,Her government,'partaking 'hD.er1Yt.d
; and misery- the whole campaigning it is eten thoughtby names with the proposed revolutionary expcd tmn,
ness every energy Ii I |I roust change the plans of the allies. It t
J. II. II. Bours has '
l j every muscle made to contribute its quota f some to be the forerunner of mercantile friend, Mr. he deemed there was probably cause to anticipate is surmised that Pasklcwitcn[ will order Ins whole still in some degree, of the nature,of thoseof

:::: towards sustaining the wealthy, the pomp peace.I I become banker, and is acting as cashier for some offence intended, and be therefore took the (i force to fall back Oft Jossy t the more remote.feudal time, the_ lands,

'r'. ., and the power, of one little island that has, 2"At public meeting of the citizens the agency. I precautionary! Qnitnuui measures stated to that hold be them had never to bonds.'Mien. admit-. I I all Ere their this positions the Russians on the Lave left probably bank cf relinquished the Danube I, were held by immense proprietors or,lord?,

r { by the grcatncss,hrewdness and unscrupulousness Xorfolk Va. resolutions were passed to I ted being to of the meetings alludedto -their vassal
I I has been terrible fire in present any excepting the forts of lliraov, Matsc&ra and e. and their {enants, .were. or
of its sons anl by unvaryingly Iti rrThere: a I by tho court, as stated by the Judge, and hat .
! /; j the effect that the Boston riot was treasonable j caktcba, and apprehensions of their advance on the is ,
slaves. But it miztakcnaotionjhatthe
;: pursuing a policy that looked alone to national I Philadelphia, consuming forty stores and : for the present he should decline entering into any Balkans is, for the present at an end. ,a
and disgraceful to the and those'; recognizances.: I condition of tncse.serfs remains. '!it
aggrandizement, contrived to make age ; } dwellings and property to the amount of i Russian accounts via Bucharest, admit that as
who incited that mob to deeds of blood |I .Mr Thrasher and Praimders declined, and I operations against Sulstria are suspended but.say natarafthat
: : the whole earth to some extent, tributary formerly was. first it is hot
,
one million of dollars among which were the Judge ordered all three into tho custody of the that the nicga U not finally raised.'
i.. to her. I' have tho moral guilt murder upon them. '! Welsh's Amphitheatre and the Chinese U S. iIrshalL" t 5,000 Turks have occupied Turtukaj and it was the followers of agri ulthr wh'icb"is,the

f Such are England's acquisitive antece That, while constrained to denounce the It remains with better jurists than ourselves reported (but considered doubtful,) that the Turkish foundation of the mechanic arts should remain
c dents. Such has been her practice for hundreds Museum, the latter one of the largest buildings garrison of Kutschuk had crossed to Giurgevo ,
:j), of years. And she has gone on, and alders and abettors of this mob,it gave them of the kind in the United States. to decide whether this indictmentupon -killed 400 Russians and taken 9 guns. degraded while the bitter Were rapidly

" ,i robbed, and plundered, and acquired anti unfeigned pleasure to record, "that there The fire broke out in the National Thea- the word of Madam Rumor was an progressing aecon i bS.,lbi1heen"., the

:: Websters's magnificent language, her were there among our Xorthern brethren, tre Chesnut street Mr. Shcppard a overstretch of power or not. XOOXE MAN NECESSART TO TilE DEMO- policy m-e- I' .-'' itr 'tt' t t-; "ti
on _.
'
-"A; possessions are so scattered over the globe who stood by us in the angry hour of conflict CRITIC PART-Public men are often taught their _t-"iflson *
degraded
't s1; 1 that her morning drum beat, following the and upheld the law in the trying time I popular actor, perished in the theatre, to MenDER AT MACOX, GEo.-From the severe and bitter lessens; but in proportion position )
', ; I sun, and keeping tune with the hours, Circles which, after haying once effected his escape, Macon Telegraph we learn that an Irishman as they'suffer those who come after Empire Thiahbeesiaqcompiehedin

the earth daily with the martial airs of of need." he had returned for his watch that had been by the name of Connelly, killed his them are bcnefitcxi and forewarned The some degree by wholesome hnrafor their
:),. .; England." The President of the United States was great truth most constantly 'illustrated benefit. And more than this trader' the
in his
left. wife day and made to
: : This is the nation wiseacres tell us that for his and open escape the history of those statesmen who full of
: also complimented promptness .J" present Czar's policy, these serf,. are ,gradually
showers for ,the last two the woods. The murdered
Fine or
. JJ5T woman was
) is to force to ideas or their value their
> going object, possibly employ decision in regard to the execution of the extravagant own to
'f' prevent Cuba from fklhng into the hands of three days,have cooled the atmosphere and found on the floor other apartments with party,attempt to'defy the,VUI of'theVae- gaining her freedom aad ,becoming

* .' the United States 1 lias England annexed laws.4 rendered the weather delighful. her neck dislocated, and her head cut and sea, IS fAl -TIIAT NO ONE MAX U kECESSABT -, email landed proprietors. ..1niveriossitAe -

Z;\ eo much that she supposes she his exclusive Railroad Accidents. bruised. Her baby was placed across herbreast. TO THE GREAT ct ;zu. Such a mari may case, arising either the' extinction

{ ;. rights in that line J lias she bought so Almost every mail from the north, comes The Tallahassee Sentinel informs?the public be potential a long series of years; while'he of the direct line1 of descent+,' 'ti miillfJr a
i: :' much that she would run all bidders out of freighted with of railroad accidents. that Mr. E. C. Cabell declines becominga Connelly was subsequently arrested. cooperates ttith h is friend*. ,But when landholder 'hfer 'baniehmenTand
4 the market ? lias'she acquired so much news ,He denies all knowledge of the crime. besets up for himself and breaks out against requiring
The casualties from railroads and steamboats I candidate for CongrcssjfcgT the confiscation ottatesprotEerauSea -
: that she will nor brook rivalry in acquisition the rules he has enforced upon thers,
. 1 ? Baa she robbed so much that she assumes are almost equal to those of a national war, The Charleston Courier announcesthe z- rumor is afloat in the English rudely tramphingunderfootthe precedents putting the land within the disposal ,of

1io1;. to be'por excellence the robber nation and we shall soon begin to believe that it is death of Commander Richard Shubrick papers that the Czar will abdicate. lIe has of his own life-time, he soon ,falls in the the Czarj;'the'imrnenfe,lancllcr iafSt'retaken
rc '1 of the earth ordered the Minister of \Var to the Danu- or remains in the field with his
struggle distributed
she win find herself lamcntablT as much a test of courage, for the traveller to Pinckney, which occurred in that city on divided into.email parcel ant\ -
think
use we standard surrounded by those who have
';,.'" mistaken.. But whatever may bo her travel by steam in.these days, as for the Saturday morning. bian principalities, to draw up an accurate denounced opposed him during long and among the serfs,;who,upon V*,,P>y-

: views,she will not interfere with the United i I soldier to face the cannon's mouth. Each report of affairs. exciting yearsUnion. mcnt of a email rent Cor a term of years,become

." "if States either in the purchase or acquisition catastrophe is prefixed with ANOTHER" as I The.Xew York Krpreta has the zIt: It issaid that has the legal ,proprietors'aad! : gaiir'thcir
\::' : oCthe Island of Cuba. It would n in relation to the election of Fred Xapoleon promised
"
following
force '
by f' "To briiis the Drowned to life.
follows. Austria interfere in of freedom. This policy has Ion5 been pursued -
business for her to get into a war case any revolutionary -
be with losing the United States. It would not pay, ANOTHER TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIBEXT. SEVERAL Douglas (genuine wooly- ead) to Congress, attempt of the Hungarians. J Immeciatcly as the body is removed fromthe'water'prees and*is said lob prodirlrre thebest '
KILLED AXD THUTY TO FORTY WOU.TDDD. should such an event happen: the chest 'suddenly' and
and she knows it. Besides she has felt results. The serf has now law&for hia pro tlection
down train of from I'ottrrifle came in
The cars the :Black votes forcibly downward and backward 'and instantly
"Should Douglas get enough to to assassinate ; ,
twice the of the American eagle, and with the train from Philadelphia rA conspiracy Xapl-
talons collision last night up to Washington, however a curious question discontinue the ressure. 'Repeat tribunals justice to-which he has
then gi"she cannot get along without our when both were at full speed, Dear PboenixTillo. go would arise M to his "qualifications" for a seat leon waa'discovered in the department of thus without 1 until free access. lord
cotton. Cuba annexationists need have no The can were completely smashed, so, terrible among the "pale faces," in the eapitoL Aa the Lan and'G.u nnc. One hundred and fftiyarrests interruption, a 'pair'or .Thpowero1hIbudal. |
bellows bo ured. 1Thcn
vat tho collision the locomotive being thrown common can pro over himisd he is. comparative*
fears about English opposition. It will nev- Federal Constitution stipulated that (soe. 5, art 1) S ,
off the track;and each train wedged into each other shall be the the have been made. obtained Introduce the' muzzle well upon not
er amount to anything.- V.O.Commercial I' destruction. Three "Each house judye of qua!1flca- 1.1 fe, Thus,we perceive, she as remained -.,
-producing greet passengers lions of its members" a nice point would arise the the bate tho tongue ;;surround the mouth
Bulletin., :_ _ were "nnUnily killed airf some thirty forty moment the ducky face of.the member from llon- zIt is"said,that Gen. Wm. 0. But- with.a towel hankerchjef. and close itf .etationary,in tbo science of govern-

-The Island of Cuba which is now badly wounded, nurahw, it is feared, fatally.- roo tru visible among the "assembled wisdom of ler declines thoappointmentofGoyernorofNebnmsha direct a bystander to press firmly upon the entbut'tbll.t"her-'progreisthm.tcioi1w- '
,. The collision is. tho: result ofcarelesHDCM. The the
the nation. Gentlemen from other side of
in consequence of recent occurrences, engaging names of the. killed and wounded have not yet been Maion and Dixon of'course,would exerdse their which was tendered him by. the projecting part of the neck (called -Adam's ponds with her/y t ss,*' lsewne tJ: 14

,a Luge share attention in the minds aseertiaincd.AIOTHEK. constitutional privilege to''Ke," so as to eiclndehe President., -. S : apple,) and"use the bellows activlyj then diplomacy she is 'aclmitted i i staad first. ;
of toe American public-is one of tho most RAILROAD ACCIDEXT Two Mom colored aspirant for a seat among them. The press upon the chest to expel the air Crom'tho '
valuable districts of territory in the world. KILLED,-The train that left this city for Baltimoreat "White Douglass"!of Illinois and sundry Northern t3 )Madam Sontag, from her arrivalIn lungs,to imitate" natural breathing,- among the nations,of the.earth.,,, < *
annual Southern a quarter of one o'dockthie afternoon ran off era who think with him, would do likewise,so that Continue this at least an hour'unless signs -hat'ral.'Turkey a..ccD':ago?
Its 'production* (a paper the ,
i the track at Broad Creek, Maryland, killing BenJamia a pressure would be created which must evidently this country up to close other Mexican *
of natural ber'detiii4
tales)comprise 613,500,000 worth of sugar I B. Benson the engineer, aDd Joseph Robi- "crnshont' the aspiring Fred., and send him back engagement; is said to have cleared the breathing come on. She was a great tinn'btpabltn
61 ,0, worth of tobacco, $, ,! net fireman ft one of the passengers,were hurt to hit constituents with the news thatI this Ua Wrap the body in blankets, place it near faShewas* say _a1ae'!. ri*pej SfclydesicinoTerumesituttqlyiII3e1
worth of coffee, ;$2,000.000 worthof com The train was detained several hoars. I white man's. government, u yet not a Hayti,a .sum of$100,000; a fire, and: do everything preserve the : ,
and $7,000,000 worth of other agriculturalproduceT Dahomey, a Timbuctoo nor.a Liberia even.- natural warmth as well aa to impart an artificial .
The"grand total of 1ts produotionavinduding The Steamer Florida. i I Aside from all this, however, we don't see how the THE LAST MOUSE Tau-Place sweetmeats heat possible.. Everything however in religion, always,persecuting and slaugh .

dairy and domestic animals, We understand' ,that there, is a report lion member I with from the sort Monroe of conscience District If admitted m your mouth before.going toted is secondary to inflating the lungs. taring' the 'ChriUiafl''aecb, retentless fo in

_ _ averages$59.000,000 p annum.' The population circulating 1J the Interior of the State'that, near, could to support any the constitution itself or an decency Instrument and'sleep with your mouth open ; ,when tho Send for medical man immediately. 'trUelty"overbearing. and rinprtncjpleif, m Jief_ ,

of the Idand in 1841 bias 1.007,624, the .steamer,)Florida is;to bo hauled off ,which(imitating certain senatorial.pre whiskers or the mouse' are felt'spring the Avoid all frictions until respiration. shall. ," Donduct towards 'otfier nati I ,whites 429,495 .slaves dents) be rather prides himself execrating, be in some degree restored.. "J
- -. .- including 418,391 from ,the Charleston(line. We ppcak adtiscdly upon trap.: S wit ofwhatcTerwcaezpeO1d6she
dcnounciag, and repudiating under VALENTINE-MOTTvSurg. scnrpl
161, 38 tree, colored people. Five years > &cu S
wnen we, say that the report is incorrect stances, andes all occasions : : : ', terown"people*?
subsequently, the white population had in* ,, JE2'The' Engli8h. are following in the Gen. of the American :Shipwreck might covet,plundering

creased 73o.. while 'the >blacks d10i.81 and ,that .I!nsof4azzIingofta, } xriosiosisia ti.Vi>..A party of twelve footsteps of the> Americans' ward.. SodetyNeworki844s. ,, t met her OwnTiystera'of gytflflmcnt' baseaaiontr

-,oaidnK aggregate' population boat, the line.,are;contemplating the addition persona iit cave Wisconsin, which Japan t r. .,_ : T ," I !.. ,.' eryffend a. ;n| l 'T tw

then of but 1,838,752. In:the city and so; -of a third/ The Florida. after stborougl proved t,'have been 'filled.with eXos S i ,JC3T-A Pam4aian'namned Dr. Kerrey'sat A fellow having beenr'charged Trtth get- 5' S1e5iaa. I been dunny.th: hundred--t'years>riTivduaUz
barbs of Havana, in 1841, tils entire popu- ; .' ting dnmtthe xightzfcefony and&wisomg { '.0 '
repairing;will resumeher trfps earlyin gassest.' One'of the party ii1 published .a 'li k"bn''An CIL, Jn otl> docliningij: Eeodercd**
.
; Ution was lCa760.t Yvo-yearslaterjj wr.F 't Tt >"> -* '* *' -a tojuetify-hhpkh14declared; Jbtl ha never
184A i t comprised.but" 128,597.. '. August;'r"We WB praci'gratifled 10 learn cave a tightaL." pp T Hf"explosiontoot which, C" ,he. announces' Jho astpimdingaiscovery -.- rat drun1 ,'l1 Jr never meant to'bd/for if al fcffeU by lndotenc hirtrjr anVTlieentioTOnen ..1 S

TWAHantie tailed,from Now York .FatnrJay,'. that our old friend, )[r. Stewart formerly :fclace, and of the \wcnTdestrojcd. ,
'* '. : .. diffused in the t'nitcclStutcs.t' t""L i b1g.i"' .<' ,v ; -:: i3 4ft'.J.- ictcrfetic8j! 5d tkrtfcfcmgbutibfficp*
wlia.200 pMeocpM and Marty! $300,000 Ia.! of the,Carolina, will/command : J ; Trf ), s v- .'


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tbe4,dert4ikeirMt*it ..nowis J'OU .:1 appoint a Committee.of TLree Amend the. f = t 3u5J
BI.&fIE1Jl ;IftlI
rate teaj.Vcafa4f| )itinrt .1 tax Iawe If, J '1' '' ;;
thatberf
irtfch to to'I
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Surer*of DUal aDd CbUmtia counties in regard, Whereupon, 'rn rappnYntf'l\the .cOJI -
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the 1 f IJ :
her'tenitory. tccmHJ .
,,and l pceq- the Flanb-fQfuL)L,I,aa a aro:ttiat some uf ttie following gentlemen'William.Hemming, "J tea. iw3flh1Osria)4lB.dIgLp }'s .
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Fm 1 r e full. or- I re, aM Unton. .1 : ath.au4gua4ulsLtachinee, j..L tt'- : '

pcIMe1wga Ihrin enterpnze, &n enduring unwilling,ta i*y t"eir installments,,and this has Councilman Buffington'" offered' the- lit- 1oeateII!a& FMt:end of tie elly..lftl'd t.. -: C .;, ,
lowing resolutions ; : : exeente nrden fur or.- :
and active ritalitr, ehe is hoiwWssTrjind.irjytricrihlj ha4! tendency to rnn-i',"hor*of our citizens : :, ''.. .
,
JTIow rnajakIq-.t1 bat the pst4 LIJslrijithag Jtesolroiy That' th4Marshia1 inform all 1 LtjrBER. SHINGLES, AND JATI1S; .
lalkn. ; .. '
holding lota a the aoath ride of Ear .o
prodacei fe< 'thatthWSrectors uf the Comp&ry person at mod raK;prie elirerabl* oa their wharf&r. ;
,
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long kit since'Anwrkans'Trcre tying <*4eaie -,the* B street, to hare their propertycfcaased, and ,hutneod.ronthl stzeeihseity asa ., a- uS uS
have to the -
| MnecvMry
i J. .
tier all shaTmg-ani trashbe'ininoted. :within -t: er-"p.Ull ; .
out against her-tnd outrageous j prompt 'aadw *BrfnIt.rweeationof the"worL three Apply i, frL DIOCOTTEt", .
t t days; and if eqch; parties. ,fajj, .tie; ". : :' 1
cruelties to the Greeks 1 litre they yrt forgotten { But, notwithstanding .aO this tiaDirectors ave..Marshal bhall hare thesame; done: at ;theowner3 r- .. theiiremsee.'c "
.
> rroimd cdtofl
the terrible tales of di impaled (gone cm wUh the work and deserve tMC- expense; said expenses to be. collected da,.f i. : '. ,17a. : .A
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in foil Tietrof theirbsrn countrymen n wivw Ion; and approval of the company and the.community as all fines in other cases 1 4
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and children? of the patriotic, itu1J1d..r for their 'judicious teal .and energy c in'thepremises. Motion councilman Cole s.econdedby TO-.II..IJ- -P..u. _TO.. t

ofVther ,councilnian,Williams, .that councilman Enf* UEtDER3IGED, '
Marco Bozarns and v host successors to HE\BT I
Ypeilanti" I have wHneweJ somt of the difficulties the Directors finfrtonVrtsolution to Le adopted., -' JL >TJ1LUil No. 3,Holmes BaOdiag, have Ia :
; aoble-hcarto4|atei6U,fqr:dear 1iti r-. Council then alad for sal -
have bad to overcome,and feet satisfied that, adjourneiLAttest t store *, "
terrible dci'rut: the SoTiote : ** } GORDON : GENERAL ASSORTMENT 'OPMERCHANDIZE I
1 the
tr had theyjnot felt a decp,.and:abiding)iptere-4 in CIrkotC'om ,

mother*,as they dashed' thcmselrea, and the road, they would never have submitted to the I. clt' .

their children from the precipices: of their. reiipottsibi&tiei they have1 foani'it aecesary'to a* j. .\' .d1Y.rth.Kl1ottln. wfrfragof,Dry'Goods, Groceries, Prml", I _. \
death in order to a-'yrith the work 'when if the Hardware and Cutlery Crockery *nl Glassware,
mountain fastnesses to find a dreaded sums go ; It ehonld have
@ bo borne in min that we panned Hats and Boo and Shoes
Cap, .Saddlery 'aDol.large
at the hands of them stockholders had paid their instalment M they a course entirely different from the usual node. in a
rather than dishonor assortment of Books and "
Stationery,and another .
dreaded Turls 7: fitctheyforgOttflbc5c.th4$7 : were called for, the Directors wonll have had no bringing oar medicine to the seLl,.If physiuuns. ftrticcs'cufteutt the trade i to which'.theyI TIlE "BUPFJDfGTON]? HOUSE

re I necevlty of assuming any responsibility save that The recipes OSTABLERSANODYECHERRYEXPECTO1ANT I I invite the attention t>f the public, and aIIlt' them to .
Oh, no, say eome j but we of cowInctingths enterprl-c. But the work U and DIARRIKEA CORDIAL call and examine their stock before purchasing
going have been mftdo known confidentially, to upward Jacb.sonv:111e: F.lori.d.a u. >
in the Greeks- we found I elsewhere as they flatter themselves that they
:
disappointed
were JIlt an 1 will ceatinna to go on.until the-roa4 five hundred medical men, every one of whom re- can sell as low u une clac. for cash or
any country
the athcnians fallen. A valid reason, indeed madeBat1 rerpcctMry iuk onr friends t>f the I commea,I them as highly efficient remedies. The : proJnce. } Continues opened during the present Summer, prepared to receive and,aocom- ,

with and of i i Expectorant has been pronounced by them to be T. II. BCRTOy. | 'M. W GRAVE?
that we should now sympathize two counties especially the towns Jacksonville I JulS modate Transient and Permanent Boarders.
excellent in all of Colds
remedy cases Cough, *
her persecutor. The httory of Turkey and Alligator, what objection can there be'to ; Broochtis Asthma and diseases at the Lijr Sf.IX-M.W.:Giuvr.9 wonld rerpeetfully I I
inform the be still
that continues
hare been cruel this road, and why should nay one throw obstacles I. and Throat generally. The Diarrhoea Cor I I. public the
her to arrogant, I PHYSICIANS.
thews :
a in its way 7 It is absolutely indispensable to the has also received their unqualified praise as a .' JAGUER&EAtBU3IXESS, 1tSint5S @ind __
treacherous, and these qualities remain '! for diseases of the bowels, both in children one door west of Dr. IL D Holland's residence. i ry.I H. D. HOLLAND,
restrained only by physical imbecility I prosperity of both counties, and I venture the as and adult*; and the many cures that these "good Jacksonville, July 8, .. I.I Office corner of Newnao and Bay-St. '. .
section that if the Directors had given it up when medicine have effected', prove the physicians' .
The Kilt of the matter is this ; Russia is I they funnd themselves unsnpplied by the stockholders opinion well fuun,led. They should be kept in I Jacksonville & Alligator Plank Road'i i I -_GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.J. A. S. BALDWIN

p ogn ire,Turkey retrograding. Russia I with funds to carry it on, property in Jacksonville may every require.family ready Se* descriptive for Instant use pamphlets when occasion to- be As Election for nine Company.Directors of this Company I, B. 1IOWELU Office on Bay-Street. i

desires still more room for expansion, still : and Alligator would have materially depreciated had gratis of tHb agentn. Price of each, only .50 w hereby ordered to be held at Jacksonville I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES DRUGS AND MEDICINES. I
and if to abandon it real bottle six for S220.Addrods on the twenty-first day .August next SEGARS & APOTHECARY HALL.DRIOSMEDICINESPERFUMERT&C..
influence I IbTrr ; they were now estate cents per or bottle.* I t
her ritalizins .
farther to extend in both countiea and towns wonld at once,decline t to, E. A.STABLER i Co.. tty order of the Board: Corner of Xewnan and FortytU-gtrceU. .
nations. To do this she must \ltiworef. D. GEO. W. CALL )!
the
McMUIen Bay-Street.
and the of Jacksonville would E. CRESPO. .
rebuilding certainly AGENTS.Dr j >yl3.1 r.1-15-tJ Secretary-
reach the ocean. Turkey is a stumbling i be retardedI I II. )'aoon, St Mvy, GaThomn I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ic., LUMBER INSPECTORS.

Work-in her path, and she would remove repeetfully fck: What cau ej so great an advance McMillan, Jack.aonritlfOl"b. C. D. Oak, I II -_ Bay-Street._ N. DUNN ,.sa

..it. I' in tho value of real estate in thoee counties j Wm. Sheffess-e, Palatka. }1a.i \VATcIIMAKI .IRWKLK, I I*. CAPF.I.LA, INSPCTOR AND MEASURES OF
JackwnnlU Flo.OL .
,
LUMBER.
and towns I an*wcr, the prospect of the Plank- I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,FRL TS.tc.DalStreet. .
that the highest patriotism -! KEEPS hand 'I'
Kow we believe constantly on a fine a ortj .
I UUITNEY, '
cowl! j i-It moot of WATCHES JEWELRY _
i and FAX-
the good for the i INSPECTOR AND MEASURER OF
prortpts greatest Four year ago lot could be bought in cither of @bituury. "- Cy GOODS, which he offers for sale cheap i C.. ULAXCIIARD ;
greatcsf number ; and believing this say : fur canh GROCERIES: AND PROVISIONS LUMBER. I
i thorc towns for one fourth of their.present rake, I I ,
lit'Riaia Ytatsrc Turkey. It is a ques- and in Alligator even let While nothing has Dini, in Savannah Geo, on the morning of the &? ?Watches Repaired and Warrented.AVra. 1, Cor.of Julia and Bay-street SAW MILLS.
3d inst Mr.MARQ \RET wife of)Ir.I I
tion of races- tne inherent power and pro- i 1 occnred to enhance their value but the probability, IOWELL, Grothe T. G. MYERH, EMPIRE MILLLS.

prenfre life thcvnc arraying itself against :I that the road would be made; and if that enterprise J. L. lionel, formerly of Savannah,but it present ;"! WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ac.. Perkly, Parkhurst, & Co. JacluonTilk.MECKLENBERGH .
resident demise of .
I a cf J Jacksonville Fla. The NewnanStreet.J.SANTO
the corruptedj-dyo energies of the other should fail they will go down again to their (In the room adjoining the Pout-office) MILLS.

I! former value, just as soon as tho community becomes Mrs. II, suddenly and unexpectedly, when but a CS..*. HAVIXO returned from Europe again I':i Blackwood A Taylor, Jacksonville.
-and it cannot be navrowed down to mere :I few days before she was at her home in the enjoy- FRUITS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS "
satisfied of the certainty of its fiiUre. i I ': begs ke to offer his services to his old :' ,

political influences, though the final con- I: know of lands in Columbia county that in 1950, I meet oC good health, leaves a deep feeling of regret !' c: 33. friends and the public generally. With his I I Bay Street. Kelly C.AROLIN.MILLS.& Co JacksonTille. -

rnmmation ba staved offfor a while by :I among many sun i ing friends and acquain- experience for the Jut twenty-rix year as a ': J.IJ. JJ. 1IANIIAII I ,
may offered at than five dollars
were repeatedly CM per i I \\atthmaker. he hopes to give entire satisfaction fLORID.MILLS..
.
GROCERIES PROVISIONS SASH
the power political schemes. Some,may I I acre, ant could not be sol L But since the w anisatHtn tansn. :I to three who wish to have their work done in a Fairbanks & Jacksonville.PALMETTO .
I BUNDS & DOORS Co.
Dire, on the 15th yorembcr, 1851, in the r:1-I workmanlike manner ,
consider this cold heartier view of the of the Plank-road Company those lands hive I
a ,
admit I found ready market at over fourteen dollar bowl of Cuba,Mlla Clara, Capt.PETER A. POXS, i I J; 'Wat he*, Clock, and Jewelry repaired at Bay Stred.lUERCIIAXDISP. } .: I
to per
matter. To such we are quite ready I the shortest notice. july 8-tf
'I H. Sollee Jacksonville.
law acre; and there are nany other instances of the I a native of St. Augustine, Ha., aged 65 year, 5 .
that the abstract principle*of the : month awl 12 He resided In this State nn- I S. N. Williams PHCENIX MILLS.
: days.
rue in the value of lands caused by the prospect of UISUEC A. CAN OVA,
of notions are with Turkey that Russia til the 29lh day of June 1323, when ho removed Stephens A Foster, Jacksonville. ,
I the road which I might name. To say nothing of j CM IISIOX MCnClIAXT DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES -

has 1M legal right to take possession of the the iinmcnce convenience it would afford our people I to the Island: of Cuba with his family. I Jacksonrille, i'La. AND PRO VISLOFS. CLIFTON 3I1LLS.

Principaliticsi, even for the saXc or theugretest I in the transportation of their produce to market, I KEEPS *tanlly on hand and for sale a general Commission and Forwarding Wharf of Taylor, Richardson & Co., JacksonriTle. .

good" of the \TorI I! In India. the permanent increase in the nine uf tAr lands I M\KIXE INTEILIC1NCE.PORT I GROCERIES: assortment AND PROVISIONS of Savannah Lay-Strtet.steamers. SPRINGFIELD JIILLS.E. .

was not the law nations against England? would, of itself, be equal to tho whole c-t <>f the OF J.tcsooss-iLLr.. ofllle lest selection, A. DECOTTES, JacksontUIc. .

and what the verdict of tile road. And note that we have commenced the I and will cl them lower for CASH than they can BURTOJf & GRAVES, CUT -MILLS.
yet was i Successors of II Timann*,
work have already overcome difficulties, and ; ARRIVED. I be bought ebewhere in the South. j J. G. Butler & Co Jacksonville.
many ,
world? that it was good to have aprogressive I July 7th-Bri John(ttenberRfc,Perkta,TJos- Country 1.ruve taken in exchange, at leberal DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS .
utilitarian people rapplant an : have nearly five miles of the road completed, witha ; ten ; Uri; M tado, Lent, Sew Qork. Sth.-UriK pnem.. _joly 8-ly Ac. MOODY'S MILLS.
1 flattering prospect of the ppeedy completion of Xanry M'maI eflete, degenerate race, awl the world lookroon11Dmo"ed.ln I the work to 1U.{irt. Creek, a di-rtnnre of fourteenlaud I qnerte Brewer Bo-ton; chrWm CarmUHuUh- List of Letters.
loiw-he all I ia, DoVton. llli!-Sehr. Raven Ro-e, New York. "O EiLMXIXU in the Post Office at Jacksonville II. HOLMES, BELLECHASSE A FINEGAN'S MILLS
Ccj was wrong will we turn our backs the cntelJ.riseelo.e -
upon 12tl-Iin Lucy IL Chiue, &'iual!, X. \.; chr. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Bcllechasse & Finegan Jacksonville.
accorrding to the law of nations. What i I our pur'e -clejert the Director and abandon "I I .IIinclt.n: Charleston A Lawrence S. I sions, Crockery Hardware, PIlon-I REED & HULMLS'S MILLS. ; "
the wjrkf XO'! we will not-"cennol" Ire I .\.h Dr. Lawnne, C.
right had she, though she did acquire a title (: i. CLE.\RED. % and hOC.Clotliin r, Ic.. & Reed & Holmes,J&ckooaville.MAI i
i
of such Then let all citizens i 7lhc &.hr. IleLef AJanu Eiekel Lint A. C.B I _
from the Dutch to invade the Kandvan'iteTTitory :' guilty a fully our July Shoppy, HiHoweU ; Eay-Ftrttt. I
Lawrin" Francia
,
-
5x.hr. X Yoik. 6tli Cri PORT' MILLS. I
KcmmptoD SLyul.U
,
and blot themeutaaapeopIeandyettheworlddeenhcd come right np to the work,-let every man who intents ;1 Drown, TVm. X 2 !. D J. II. E. W. ClARK, j
depose their King j Mxlcl, how, oetun. &hr Waittlill, Morse, Con- Hoeg A Parsons :
to reide among ns, come r"arIIM,1 ea.-t in ton. 19th-'chr. Alvarado Griffin, South ProcI I Uaker, J. LonJ, Cpt W. I DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PRO VI- Mayport Dural Count,. Fla. j
J hj>might, both of his money and his influence, and :I pect IJth Soot. Orion. Icttinl/ell Boston. Bn<>cut,Cornelia A,Miss 31 dons and general 3Iercluindise.JlaySlrett. ; :

It a good act. She is justified by claiming j, the road-the whole rood-win be built, and wa :I 1 11th-Dii,;Atl.wticXorgrar", Kmc-tutt Jamaica; Blair C W Maynord Jaraeiiluot i PANAMA MILLS. I

that civilization will be advanced by substituting will be snppIicJ with ex-y tran.n fit our Carhvll Ada Frances, Ilutchio-s, Wood Philadelphia.J. Bo tun. 15th-Schr. \. Baker Ballet,,Stephen Lucinda 2 Moore,,Ready Eli 3Ira. I'' I. D..UUIER'IAX. j I I E. R. Gilchri Post office t. Panama at Jacksonville., Dora County. .

Christianity for barbarism. : produce to market. t. .----- --- -- ------1 nri11',CbL<. Miter, Dan'l. DOIESTICXD FANCY DRY GOODS. ; .
.
--. -- -. -. -. L wiiBlodgett ) Jin. SLJOIINSMILLS.i
F.
-- iPb.ys1.olan Mcintosh Mary : llaK Caps BooK blioes Ac. i
--- -
i S. )( I ;
U !
Admitting, as we will, that Russia i Proceedings of Council J'we1bMebe.elJob.n C. J: -..- llatmft RiN. ISayl-irttt. ,. I J.P. Sanderson i Co.. I.
claim that : I t tH.S Bravton, John Machtraa, John .
whoill
jnn\f ambitious, Eng-j Post officeat Jacksonville. .
j COCNCIL CrmvBtn, J line 20th, ISoi. removed his office from apposite tb* EtifI -;, Bryan, StephenBraharh Milton W.: IL I S. X. VTlltlA_IMS,
land and France are actuated by any higher Council met at 5 P. M. I House to his dwelling on }ors-at.'I j F. .. Jlathi*, Y..2 DRY GOODS, GROCERIES: AND PRO NASSAU MILLS.

r nobler motive 7 Who believes that Eng-I l'fl'knt-lI I-aac Swart7 Intendint.Mtf lear)rK. Dur ctt'" jolt 15-ly I j jI Bennett, Svlve tcrBrantly. Moore. S. I VISIONS. Bellechasee t Finegan. Nassau River.

land cnterathis war 1Jccawe Tur )1 lia*been : .I'I'. Uutfington, C >le. William-, lltni- ,I I B. 31. Pearson, K'nnt.! Capt., Sarah Samuel B. MeFall 3Iilhkin,,John\Varrcn I Bay-Si. Post office at Jacksonville._." -

wronged-to avenge injury and uphold win;; Livingston and Ward. Couuciluwu.The i Cow 'er, Thix. MBardin X J. C. BROWN, ORANGE MILLS
comri'ttc-e that \va apiiointtd to reduce ATTOKXEY AT LAWJaclvtouvillo. i James A.HUrkc. Wilaun.Xeww .
: Norton GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DRY I' A. II. Cote k Co.
right No one. It is a war between these the storage on pr Jer.a.>!kdl for further FLi.McQueen i f.. E.Braward. A. BBouree I GOODS !c. _

great nations for power, political power time to nport which \ra grantwl.The --------------1. Mtgnrcl :MM! Xoi-les, W. nay-Si. I MAGNOLLV MILLS. !
t Mclnlosh Bethel, Baptist Church 0 _ T. G.lIendrictlIag ollaFIa.IJURUNUTON I
commercial and England has petition of Thomas Douglas was received ;
greatness ; { .
C. Ovteen, Richard 2 c. II. SMITH
MOLS. '
been preparing for it for twenty ycar-s. and read. I ATTORNEY AT LAW, Corver, Capt. Wills O'Cuire, I COMMISSION MERCHANT AND ..At'Ci I
The petition ofT.0.Ilolmea was received i: Jac Her statesmen have known that it was in- .
: and na l. ----- ---- -- Wra M Payne, John 3!. Bow PALATKA .MILLS.Palatka I
J.ySlrttl.l'nKIIUIf
evitable. Give Russia Constantinople lotion of councilman TIui mrton. that I Fei\! IJh.in stoD, \ ('hcrry Jar-lee .T, Parbug,S. J. Steam SawMill Co, Palatka. ; I

what she wants and what she nil have I the petition t>f Thomas Holmes lx amended -! A1'IORNEY&COUNSELLOB. AT LAW C"oorer, Mrs, Oly l'eekanJoseph: C. I T ADAMS FOUNDRYAND MACHINE WORKS i
Capo, Philip Pluramer, A. B. GROCERIES ))PROVISIONS. .. ;
,
in time-and she has control of the Coin-1 by inserting the name of Captain Ledwith. JackMjnVilJe E. F., I > "
(rerdum imncl T. ) Prathef A. E. Near R. W. Big .t Co.'. Foundry, JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY ANDMACHINE : :
I attend, to any professional bnin.< en- Cox, Samuel T. Price, J. W. ; ,
or the world. and Franceare WILL Jay-Slrul. WORKS.
England
incrcc _ : !
Motion of councilman Urrl1 ngtuIl. that. to him in the Courts of the Eastern Chapman, Goo. C. Psalmcs, J >cp2) I .
well aware Sethis fact, and will as a the leaee Thomas Douglas bo granted.The .- Cirtmit, and of the Sopreme Courts of Tallahassee. I' ('aDnl.l11, Chas. .\. nummcr, Cal t. ,t" E. AMBLEU & 1IOEG, Mooncy A Goqkin._ t 11

con equenoc sti S every nerve to prevent question was called lie has aim rnch an advantageous connection withan Cottrcll, Capt Parish, Ariam DRY HOODS, GROCERIES: I'ItOI I FOUNDRY. MACHINE WORK AND !
able Lawyer at Washington City as will ensure Cott, Jackalmi S. Pope, J. D. MONS. !f'., Ac. t tRaySl. BLACKSMITH1NG. !
Rich it consummation. Mark tootheymust Yeas Me!srs. Buffington, Hemming, : a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as Cnrry, Moses Prithard, A. C.

have pay for this war, and poor Turkey Williams, and Ward. may be placed in hn han'1* again.- the United Clark, John Port Jacob _. _It. W. Bigya A Co._ f
Nayc-Messrs. Cole Wvinzston. .taten. july D Phillips R. D. I J. MODE. i. TAILORS .
is the one to foot the bill, and he may MotionbyconncimaffBufiingtt.n.seconded : Dop.OT, A. T. Prater, )I. E. DRY GOODS, CLOTHINO, HATS, CAPS, R. H. DARBY

be obliged to make an assignment, or be by councilman. Ward, that the petition. i; Phillip Fraser. Dart, John T. I Peterson, Archibald BOOTS AND SHOES, !c. Merchant Tailor BayStreetDAGUERREOTYPE, .

Fold out on execution. Don't be surprised of T. 0. Holmes be grantal. '! ATTORXETAXDCOCXSELLORATLAW. j DevsiJameaO. R I' Hay-Street.
C. IL Robertson A.
Dixon Betsy ARTIST
JncitonrUle Fla. j
-don't let it shock your nervous,conservative Motion by councilman Ward to amend "1T7ILL attend to professional bnsinew entra..tedtohimintheCuurtsottbeEaetern- ,I howling, Jolla It. 2 Roberts, Irvin IM 31. FL'LSOM.FURNITURU .
the resolution by striking out ninety-nine any SASH BLINDS A DOORS. 31. W..GRAVES ,
j *,V I)cCortroT, D.J.Ridgell F. 1! 2Robuuon ,
Hld
Fogy" sensibilities!" !, but be prepared I, years, and inserting ten. The question was ,f Circuit and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee j!i Iinne, Nathaniel jr. R. A. Orer U. E. Jotzmcs'Store, Bayst.G. Rooms, on Forsyth-Street.

for the Twlition Sf Turkey. Thenwe called forYeaa.3fesrs.. i lie has aim such an advantageous connection with i Doerocheni, L. C. Mrs.2 Reley,JlickelI DR. }FRAME I

shall perhaps be the Letter aMe tojudge BuffingtonHemming j an able Lawyer at Washington City, as will ensure >eMa'ter Henry C. Raalenon,Jacob 2 C. ACOSTA, Rooms over Bisbee A. Canora's Store, ;
llama and Swart. a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as Donon William Reeves, Henry J.Rnmcl FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY Bay-Strut. .
how far interested motives _
actuate govern I may be placed in hu, hands against the tnited E. Joseph B. SODA FOUNT. _ .;
Xavs Messrs. Cole, Livingston and t Andrea Abel BAKERY.
Eilenberger RyaU. ,
.
ments. WanL State.. j1111-8 I Corner Bay and OeeanStreetfCLOTHING. _
: ., I F. ItaaWollewa IL KOOPMAN
When the beautiful "Queen of the Antil- Carried by the casting vote of the Inten- J..B. Coker, j Fish Mrs. Sarah Ecberfeon.'KataItoeford Bay-Street. ,

les" the the boas and the ATTORNEY AT Floyd Warky James .
pride, dant.Motion LAW }Freeman Alfred S L. fth1'LIdV.StorencxtdoorSouth JEWELRY. .

ment of Spain shall be the prize for o(councilman Hemming to recon- July t;; JVarf antrilU, Jta_ly i Field, George Fierron Tome Madam of the Buffi'n House. C. :
oma-I' eider the vote on,Judge Ihidgfas' petition. T. B. Steox ArShelby C.D.OAK
Fnrgedon. >
immcawillbe: battling, with Motion councilman Buihngton. that lie -::Smith& Bradford, 1 }'Fountain David.W.2Formrter.Siuan \Y.W.: HOTELS.BUWINGTON Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Goods,

l er ally, and the four great powers as her be granted the fame lease as T. O. Holmes. ATTO KXE Y AT 1 A W3H Shisslcr Michel IIOUS-E. Cuttlery, A&, Bay-StrctC. .. .

enemy, then we feel assured that the inhcr The question was called. anofZ5.HI"i"Hi I Floyd, Theodore W.: Seley, Samuel M.Shoefield BY 'SAilUED 'BUFFLNGTON. WM. GROTHEVatchmabr I "
Sam'l.Stephens.
cIkt lore of Country, which pervades the 1 Yeas-)!. and S\\rt. BY A. COY/ Pott-tflet Building', Bay-Strtet.
lainIcol W..T. Sexton Charles 2 I
bream of all true Americans will themto
cause WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted -
Nays-Messrs. Cole, Livingston and : Golf'. E. Shiest, J. L. ---- C. O.1K-.tSOX;
.. I RESTAURAiITS.PITcENIX ,
scan more closely the tbcar"-ish visage I Ward. I to ( nffin, G. K. Smith Mary Mrs.
Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns Pia-
X. WHIT MITH, R. .R.FOj1t 1 ,
of the Russian Czar,and dive moredeerl1in-1 Carried by a cast vote of the Intendant. Offime at Alligator. I I j Office at Xewnansville. Gale Gage,,Benj.James Mark)(. Ship Sunmins Cathrine Moses RESTURANT AND BILLIARD .tols, Ac. Bay-Street. I

.
to the inmost recesses of his Councilman Buffington* oflered the follow-, july 7-ly. -'. .- .. Grad,,3LF.- Sears. Susan Miss Paul B. Canova SALOON yeirnan-St., LIVERY STABLE,
in* By
ordinances ,
eouL Then we feel assured they will see : A CARl I Grant W. H. SUUID. Eapu" By C. Bliss, at Buffiington House. I
Moved by councilman Cole, seconded by I---: take thin method of informing my Ga.ltlaaao K. Sawyer G. Eo BLACKWOOD Co.'s RESTAURANT, I
with,us. that he Is not of necessity vrong. councilman Buffington that the ordinances and customers and public generally,that ::, Iclyva; Feila Salu, Fancho, aiarriumn BayStreet.E. NOTARIES .

lie will be with us, and for us, and being received and read in sections 1 great Ire in Jacksonville,"I hare rtestablbhed i ( Lehum D. Shannon C. J. ELLIS' RESTAURANT F. C. BARREn,

possessed of the came enthusiastic spirit of SEC. 1. lie it ordained by the Intendantand in tho new building opposite the real :i! Gavin de William ScitL Christian Ktvnan-StrteL Notary Public also Comminioner lot
11 I denee of I>r. Baldwin where I have upenod the uliner. Latbfflp P. Spartanau ADD Mrs: I several States.
progreaa' which prevail throughout the! Town Council of Jacksonville, That I Apothecary Hall with an entire new stock c lMfrey,'Charles. F' TABACCONIST.V. .
from and after the passage of this ordinance, !I Drugs and Medicines, ChcmiM, Perfumery, 'orl I Gardner, Thornu Thompson Ann J. Miss. S. HERNANDEZ. I Qffiet at Bifffinfton Hata -

length! and.breath of this continent,we shall the Intendant>be authorized to subscribe ,: cy ArtkleK, Combs Brushes, Caadu*, Garden and : H, Themes Capt. Albert TOBACCO SNUFF&D SEGARS. JOHN IL H. BOURS,
,
feel content to let him be, judged by. his five hundred dollars for the building of a Flower ee acta.* B. I'lankRoad from the Junction the AUP- 4 Lamps Paints and Oils, Window Glass Potty,Ac J.M.2 Thompson G. 'V.lIiUitt nalH .' -
W. D. Townsend S: A. LAW. ,
Soda Water and Mineral Water,cool and sparkling
gator Plank Roa.tl, through the town of I to be had at the counter all times, Sundays lI.rriI'EIfuIJi. Tow AnD.1iM' u II. H. PEAWSONT BANK AGECICS. ..

The.$teaner 8U Jonnaf Jacksonville. ezcepted. I i Heyman Lewis, Taylor, Mary E.i ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. A. M. REED

31.. Ifa-EMMaf-lIarfe tie good fortune to been SEC. 2. That said road shall be built eight Physicians can have their prescriptions put upi 1 i hall, Dias Thompson S. L.lIogan ,Office opposite the Court Houge. Agent of the Bank of Charleston* I
feet in width, of three inch thickness of with care night and day. ;Daniel TNwel, liagerIfowell Ocean-Street. '
*pfa patty which eajoyed lbs recent excursion good hard plank. July 8-tf THOS..McMILLAK.TV Sarah A. TaIlor, Mary W.Mts.lIaJt FELIX ,LIVINGSTON

eftte .Sl.J **. to St.Aagutme, IdeW Sec. 3. That said road shall doe T. M. ThombW.1LflatehtYaptLwIa ATTY AT LAW,SUDGE OF PROBATE, J. W. BRYANT, ,
,tkfMjrh Ott Btdiam f year pape'10 glre an run cast URlNcmyabecnccfroritheStetaMcQeusJilcljrrosu Thompson Ass2IlarrrimassCbarles Office in the Court House. Agent of the Bank of Fairfield, S.. C. .-
on North street to Julia street; south toIhival I JL/ ,Esq will attend to the settlement W. ''I'borp 3. G. Offlct at Bvffingtm Ifaxe. '.
e'p&epbii* aito her qoaCAcatMn.-; '.'u street; thence due east on Duval of all my unttttled professional business,and u fully Iflpkini1IiaII. I. 1L' Tinker Gerxe McaUEEN McINTOSH, _"
also of tbieef her commander.AKhoo sleet to the Episcopal Church I anthoriiW. by me for this pnrpom. i liens George Tempel Mary T. AVIORNEY'ATi.AWOfficcon THOMAS ANDREU.

|* abs ISL Jtluu Bake no pretenttoni at '&EC.:4. That said Plank Road shalr'be JAMES A. PEDE Ual" John E.) > 1i. .. ', Bay-SLin Mr. OcbnilIou.ce.c. Draper and Tailor, Bay-Street. .

to poMeaw a remarkable and the Jacksonrffle,Fla, May 31,}854.. ju7-4t i llsmionaon'B..4r; O Oliver BROWAKD,
{ :degree of rpeed.. yet ftt 1 :free for all persons to use, kept. by. I Hull Andrea J. Vaughan C. .t J. Administrator Notice.
iacW aad more ntiaLI e a heat BoatenotonEoathera town. ATTORNEY AT LAW, '
Elysian Cologne.T Hart Rowe Yaaihl Peter months after date, I will present my aeeouta '. -
water*. Her aeeoaaodatiW, are of asJsr1i Sec. 5, That eaid money shall be paid I ?LEY8IA3T COLOGNE, at *I 00 per quit or HendeicklL X..bi1t, W Office on Ocean-SL SIX Toaehers to the Hon.A.&Cutest Jadgo

,._iYtiii ( uLi.i.r4edjvs 'out of the Town Treasury, as soon as completed !I Ej 62 cts. per pint, and according to quantity, JlerriDgtoJ1.B.M. WeIls W.F- I P. FRASER, Probates in and for Alacbna Connty and'ask to

of coa .rt aa4 laz rioane. On the : or as soon as such an amount may' at (July &-&)' APOTHECARY JIALL. llodgkina,0.8. ..Wiby.LedS.lloleD. ATTORNEY XAW. be discharged from the farther administration of ,
,W.. Webber; Cap& J.B.2 the Estate WIflla& Staadley UU .of said
:raised out of the general tax.of said town. Office on Forsyth-St. .
eeaefaM la qoMtioa, GSapt.Fi eborn woo troop,offrwad NOTICEANTperonwbestUactasan. 3 Walker. John ClArlo county deceased : -
J y ha nreiaittiac'.attMtioiu to UwMonboariUiaWaHMifMt Motion of councilman Cote seconded by Agent, and. ob- Jordan 3ft. WIllinIIkl.T.f. G.W.CALL, TH03.J.PRBTATT,Aintr.jaj -

deairaUat .oUcI feel :councilman Ward and & Fernandez be ..t1. tam subrteriben rurthe' John ., Watera.Jamu ATTORNEY AND'COUXCELLOR. .. 14n WM.a STA3DLKTKewnansTilI .'d- a .
lax Assessor the prcsen year GEORGIA HOME GAZETTE, J ad J.J. :WilIo D.T.2' Office on Bay-Su .jrjan.4th. 1854. '
perftrdy "atBcena His NsaanItke qnafifleationi -- A Paper,'published in Augusta .,
,A communication of the Port Physician Literary Family K ;warrenJ.N.Beanedy -
.iar._lem tootciig koia1a Ibis locality to Geo., will be furnished the paper at the lowest Pierce Willlaml.S. : R. DORMAN NoUce. .
Dames' Point
the
reader aaidJHtnpat wer4 foneadatory thereof lot was read.by Intcn-- dab prices... t' Tho Cash must accompany the Kmbsll, Josepbt t Waldaoot James E.Koop ATTORNEY AT LAW. THE mndeAlgnedwin U absent at the North .

dant. names, and may'bo sent.through the mail at. our. Jl' -:. .;. ,.Wal1ce'IL 8.1 Office on Bay-St. the present time mntQ abort the lit ofOctooer
aiaOMoaaaryl On motion of councilman '.." -.u "- H 1 wh.n- a stock of
,Livingston,seconded f '. ;..WW1tU: ,. next. &he.1.1riII&peB
To aft trartJUrl enfana4 ein.DiyressaJ 4. P SANDERSON, Good_fortWs market. 'In the'meantime their
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by councilman Hemming, ,that ,thc aubrrice&. L, .WalIaceJ.W. .
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ATTORNEY ,AT LAW
f in the hands of Dornua.Etq
be
the &JoJ ; :MCSMuS7ber'I :ntendani[ authorized to con tract with, ,the Two.C .tJ60 ','1 Lew lrsY': Street. buineM. win BLOOPOOOP Rodney A BOCSE. .'

"wIBa'!., I preaaMy to publish all.tho. ordinances -and TbreoCbpi,. ,. 500 Lewis Andrea .+.. .Toua ig, Cri&topb.r'Persons : Forryth. ,
an\0u4..mw.I..aa4. I rcaoIuUona of the na.ct'vcu 'aM aH the, prorocedlngs : SevenCvpics. ;" i* 'to7&q, .> 'D41u'rfnt Jetten lit the 'aflove. lIst, '-: .' -F.J.'TH EATON.ATTORNEY.AT' .' ;.. I JOB WORK ..,_ -
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.ia s *t.a. Oi11 'A-" ....... I oTthc. _.- 1J .,. J'3.1I .:AMtsxsnmn, ; .m please hy tbejr, P4Yertised:erlbeyt mal LAW. "''. -O4LLDESCR1PTIOYSNeatlyExecutcd ,
Joazr54'1 ... .,_ present year. let :i.t \I.1HtOT 1" 11.jnly.8 .. I
I : .i. : :QBRTLWHK.a. ,, got oi'I .< his Office.the .1 -
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titfit Jfaite tlus. OP THE DIFFERENT COURTS IX

1iHtGi.H A. S,'& E. M. Gilbert, Savannah Medical College.. ary'R" 1JIf CHARLESTON I FLeRIBi,:

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Orange and St.Lode, 1st Tuesday in April. 1c7)s---- MANUFACTURERS aDd DEA. SESSION 185W5. Tea I epository 11. Sjffcjr 'V."Mall ItcaacnJjg 4
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Putnam 3d do do April. LEES In all descriptions of CAR- R. D. uoU IL Do.Theory and Fraetle SSXSJSJL pLffgrfiy*
J&eksonTille, Daral County. Fla., Sumter. Monday in ApriL ;WAGES No. 35 and 40 TFraf.vorth Medicine. Removed ta the Nsw Store la Holme AHD

fly.w. Marion 4th do do April Strut, and No.7// Street Charleston. P.M.KOLLOOC,M.;D. Prof of Obstetrics.VT. Building opposite Dr. Baldwin TniOCC JtQyAtATsU I. To"5)

.. s COT in Alachua let do do May. Our Stock is an extensive one, and purchasers .O.BCUOCK,M.D.,Pro or .'". : Office JaekaoDTllle.TTTlIEREUkepteonsUaUymaaadalarnand. 2 Jo". .
Columbia, 21 do do May. are respectfully requested to.u on as, as we can C.\V.WCn',M D,P nf Medieal Chemistry. TILE CAROLINA 1I'0lvo CHARLXSTOX

TERMS.-Thru Dollar* per Annum, In advance Nassau, Wednesday before 4th Monday in May. offer great Inducements fa style and prices r.id ILL.BmILMPrvC.Mat.ria3LedisaMTherapeutici. W wellselectedaasjjmeatofJJSTfiM very Srfwrtrjr,at 3 wOI I*.;.
Devil 4th do do May. any articles toaght at our. establishment are warranted PALATKA every jlfoiday,7A.M.,
Johns, 3d do iaJuae. in very respect Jaly 8-tf );.H.Miarijr.M.- D, Prof.of: Imtiiatu'oflftd1cIDe. UTO QEQKXCAIS,- 10 A.M.sad JACKSONVILLE, J iJCUT4.
No paper discontinued until all arrearages are *' Always received by the latest arrivals,, warranted TIIEPLORIDA WUhiiTiCHARLESTO5e-

:;f : paid anises at the option of the Publisher.y Orange and St Lode PAIL, Taesday rciut. before the 1st Leonard fhapin, J.:W.Boviap, M.D, Prof of Anatomy., fresh and genuine. Also ry Ttsday-a&3r.a I BbnJ,1 1. .
in November. 1cr4MANtPACTVREIt and DBA- J. B.Run M.D, Prof of Pathological Anatomy Perfumery, Crab, Brushes Soap, PALATL1 8 oVloek. A.
wUl be Inserted Monday BLACK
| ADVERTISEMENTS mIl
-_. and Demonstrator Anatomy.J. Lamp, Burnlajr Plaid, *e., JACKSONVILLE.
Putnam Last Taesday before the let Monday in LEE in all kinds of CARRIAGES P 4
; thifoflowgt.rint November. and HARNESS No 124 Muting .J. War, .M. D, Assistant Demonstrator of whicbwWb.soldlowforcash.Country .These Steamers eoaact with
!t:. One DoQar per square,of twelve lines and under, Sumter,' 4th Monday November. Strttt, next door North of PAVILLION HOTEL, Anatomy. orden solicited' and punctually attendedto. SIK at East Yiosi.in, andeonsoets..

Sat th. first insertion and 75 cents for each tubee- Marion 1st do'lD December. and 33 TTmvorth Strut, Charleston S. C. THE REGULAR Course of LBcrcau ia this in .. Physlelans'peascrlptlooa put ap with can and' New Yorkaad.Wlbnlagtoa StoaaMUps,Ca B

..lD. To yearly advertisers a liberal Alachua 2d do in December. Elegant Stock ef Coaches Roekaways, Degrees, ,will comment oa the first Monday despatch. Boat*.,
Columbia, 3d d* m December1. and Sulkies constantly on hand. Prices low; in November,and terminate the following Man TBAI. Passage from Qa 1"ab1_
discount wfll be made. for the New York Pekla Tea
Agent Company.
St. Johns lit do in November. terms accommodating. July 8-tf Preliminary lectures will be delivered from Monday P.
_ IFAU advertisements must be paid for before Daval 3d do in November. i .the 16th day of October until the commencement T.aof direct importation, and of 34 varieties,froma Fer f apply to
g & Harness Depository of the Regular Course,for which no additionalal 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package,all warranted and at J.W.
Insertion unless by ®ular eo By referring STATE COURT Middle Circuit. Carriage CALDWELL t
fee will be required. Students have free access extremely low prices. _
to our terms the requisite sum may be ascertained FKura YI... 3n.a: AT THE WHITE HOUSE, to the Medical. and Surgical Wards of the Savannah ty Country Dealers supplied,by order* FBEAY,
and transmitted with the advertisement Madison 3d Monday in April. South-West Corner of Hospital. This extensive charity Is under the medical lag accompanied Cash. R.R. REID. raatka! .

ty Advertisements not marked with the number Jefferson, 2d do in April. MEETING and WTSTWORTH STREETS, control of two members of the Faculty,by whom GARDEN FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, ic, STEAM COMMUNICATION

insertions required will be continued until ,&tuU. 1st do iD ApriL Charlatan, S. C. clinical lecture are delivered. In addition to this, also always kept on hand. ,JL
Leon, 3d do in April CARRIAGES of every description at the lowest they have ample opportunity for learning practical July s-tf T. MCMILLAN. uwuzj- % ,f
forbid and
charged for. Gadsden, let do In March prices always on hand and no article sold except medicine at the College Clinqne,which is open daily Savannah and FlorliilT
E3f Fiv Dollars will be charged for all announcements Hamilton, 4th do in April such as can be warranted in the fullest term, by I to patients. NEW SKYLIGHTHagntndan de

$ I of candidates for office; iaadtanc*. 71LI. TIKM.Madisoon July 8-tf M. II. NATHAN. During the past session upwards of two hundred f.g,=_ En1 ST. TOURS, tSt,
j Monday November. cases were prescribed for, and over thirty Sugireal (a! v.k' ??
3d nllery Faaxaoaji
One square, for six months : : 91000 w lv Savannah every Tbandar'
Win. BI Lawton & Co. in the of the Students
. Jefferson do in November. operations performed presence t morning at Palatka, toachior at
. Legal or other Business Cards, 10 00 o'e1
', I per an. MTakulla lit do in November. FACTORS AND vt the Clinique. Material Anatomical investigations the a 4
; Notice to Debtors and Creditors, t 700 Leon, 3d do in October, will lie abundantly supplied Fees: Matriculation TIlE Subscriber begs leave to inform the ritiiens This boat ha beea
COMMISSION MERCHANTS L for thbUades
of Jacksonville and its vicinity that be IUD kt
Application for Letters of Administration 5 00 Qadsden lilt do .in October. $5; Full Coarse of lActare..11031 De has large and airy tpl
No. 13 Southern continues
. Whvrf to keep his .
mon.tratorIIO Graduation$30. For farther information open aJ r
\ Hamilton 4th do in November, ; passengers, and the
Application dismissal u Administrator, 1000 Charleston S,C. taking r.
,address,post-paid. NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY '
i Editorial notices for private benefit will be char- STATE COCRT-Southern Circuit Wm. M. Lawton, I I Wm. Taylor, julyS 11. L.BYRD,M.D, Dean. I IV. superior This II to invalids' ..
I Street second door of Dr.'Holland's
R. Joseph T. Dill on Fonyth. west b ly. JabY
Wainright Bacon
doabl .
fed the rates of advertising., SFRIXQ TEKX. I
residence, very at 3
WAn religious notices will bo inserted grataitoacly. Levy, 4th Monday in)March July 8 trGro. \ E. Baker, Where he is prepared to take pictures ia a manner &Saa iaouir. *.of, ; "e

Hernando, lit Monday April Abbott & Co., SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL not surpassed by any. He has epared no expense bora, oa board, pa '"" 1 .
HilUborongb, 2d Monday in AprilMonroa
in fitting up his Rooms having a splendid CLAGHORN A CENNINGflAMg'a.
All admissable personal communications will be !j. lit Monday in May. No.96 Eatt.Eay, (opposite Boyct If Co1. .*Wharf) COMMISSION MERCHANT' reception room for ladies, fitted *p in a neat and BISBEE A CAFOVA JaeksoaviU

charged as advertisements. j riLL TERM. Charleston, S. C, July- 8 Sarannah Gto. tf tasteful style, besides his large Hue Skylight, enabling Jul8t BENET A TEASDALE P.1ka.

AU bills of Job be Dealer inSPIRIT him to take pictures in or singly in
37" Printing; must paid on Levy, 2d Mondry in October Fort & Dunham groups
the delivery of the work.tJT'All llernando, 3d Monday in October. GASH AND CAMPIIENE clear or cloudy weatber. He feels confident of OposJtO. Le:
FACTORS AND
Hillsborough let Monday in November. with Lamp. of every description for the same. giving satisfaction to all who may fovor him with
letters on business,and communications, Munroe, 1st do in December. alsoEnglish CO Il\nSSJOr\ a ealle is thankful for past favors, and hopes HTWCt.f
must be postpaid, to receive attention. to continuance the same. Those who
STATE COURT Western Circuit. and American White Lead Paint reri"e o F1&, and Savannah '
I Henry R. Fort. I T. K. Dunham. do not want pictures, respectfully invited to Pat O
The Ouran-outang. SiRING TCRX. of every kind. Linseed and Sperm JOHN KICHARDSUN call and his rooms and specimens.July (lf6 alt the IG.)
Franklin, 2d Monday in April July 8 Oil Glass Putty, &c. tf FACTORS, namg M. W. GRAVES. Via. Pleolata, Black Creek and Jacksm
We copy a passage from a paper read before Calhutm 4th do in April I I sonvllle, Fla, and 8t.Mary,Uraa

the American Geographical Society by Ja kon, lit do in May. Joseph Uhiltlrn, Savannah. Georgia. Jacksonville Fuunstrj Kick,and DarienCeoffKj ,

Capt. Gibson lately returned (rom the East Washington do in May. dealers in jug Office No. 1 Bedleforf*Building. I 'p TIlE Steampacket
I AYDMACHINE *
Indies and with him Holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday in May. and establishment, itrTTli WELKA
bringing some new Walton. 4th Monday in May. Paint Oils, Glass, and Ship Chandlery, Dying Renovating r Capt. N. Ki5, i
facts as to the tribes of ourang outangs inhabiting Santa Rosa lit Monday in June. JVo. 60 (.2 Eatt-Bay, 73 Yorh-tt, near the Court House, WORKS. every Munda11 g at S o'clock.

the deserts of that part of the Escambia, 2d do in June. opposite P. and M. Bank, Charleston, S. C. SAVANNAH, OEO.73.iEJ lIE ubscribers, basing made tit'Uine and Amve at Jacksonville same Inll. M

world. lIe tars: FALL TERM. TTE keeps constantly for sale, a general assortment Established.: 1852. JC3T73 T valuable improvement in their eitablish- the leaves Toe morning at 3 '
1 "My statement of the Xl of Paints an'1 Oils of all fciu,,Window meet are now to tam h- plates above.
extraordinary peculiarities -Franklin, 1st Monday in Eecember. hlESubeeribergrateful told!patrons and 1 friends prepr fare from
of these apparently semi-human', Calhoun Thursday after 4th Monday in November. Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine Camphene, T fur their continued favors, would state that in Steam ( any required power, from I Throurl, Pal. Pal and Bbrk

: being has led to the expression of so much Jackson. 2d Monday in November. Spirit Gus Tallow, Grindittonds, Cordage, Chain addition to the improvements in Dying acquiredby Itol00hon.es ; fare from Jacksonville, 6 0
Washington, Tuesday after 1st Monday in Nor. 1'nmps, Cotton Foot Gin Fixture, Glue, Packing him daring his last visit to England and Scotland Saw MIlls; ''Trough ticket
curiosity to know more of them by some, Holmes, 1st Monday in November. Yard, and Brushes of vai ions kinds. July 8-tf has made arrangements for extending his Sugar Mills; to Charleston for a ra from Jack..m
and of -
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skepticism as to the fact of their existence Walton 4th do in October. business by which be is now enabled Dye a greater Horse Power; The WELAKA with 0
on the part of others, that I have Santa Rosa 3d do in October. N. A. Cohen & Chon I variety of Colors on Silk and Woollen Dresses, Grs Mills, ar and Philadelphia connects cue I

deeinad it due to myself and to public curiosity Escambia, 2d cloll October. Importer and Dealer in Shall, Ac, which he trusts wi1lgeneralIyleaee all an all other machinery used fat tb Country. vaanaa o every Stab"8a-

to give some additional facts along UNITED STATES DUTRICTCOtRT. FOPKIGN AND DOMESTIC who may favor him with their patronage. Iron and llrase Caltnp. I ( l Wet. Palaika.IO.HTS .

with all the corroborative evidence that has Northern District. Dry G oc1.S I Gentlemen's Garments Dyed, Cleaned or Renovated '! at 17 Steambt, Saw Mill, a repairing, .I DLl\E At Jab.
as may be required, in the same superior Dk. _( M.
fallen under my observation. Co. 175 Charleston. S. C. f" from J.ly8 S LAFFJTEAU, snn
Tallahassee, 1st Monday in January. East-Bay, style has generally much pleased his patrons : J Al machinejy purchased a* wi be
-While at )Mintok Palcmbau and Batavia Apalachicola, 1st do in February. Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold Cohn. and fricuds. put in operation in any part of the t>y FOR ENTERPRISE

I heard many remarkable stories of the Pensaoola ht do in March. July 8 tf I Ladies' Bonnets Dyed, Bleached and Pressed in competent machinists, when desired, and upon And all the intermediate Landinf i the

agility audacity and especially the superhuman Augustine, 1st do in April the most fushioniUe styles. Orders from the conn- reasonable terms.Drawings 0
0 strength of the ourang outang.I Southern District. Fraser & Thompson, I try punctually attended to. Terms moderateM and Estimates CUrmed without ST.JOHNS RIVER.
I I ,, parcels are .ent by steamboat or railroad, charge ) GOKIN. -Sd T U E Steamer Darlington
will FACTORS AND ,
trespass upon your attention by : Admiralty Court sits at Key West ; always in session. word should be sent him by letter through the July 8-tf- Founders C S3E2LCaptJ. Brock, will leave
r relating one of the most cxtraordiary, at COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Post Office so that be may know where to call for ) vile Saturday morning, Ja.
the same time one of the best attested, ; Adger't North W'Aar/J; I them. i FLORIDA IRON WOR ving at every Palatka da-len&8o'cIk a

S which I heard at Batavia : Lieut. Shock, of LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. Charleston, S. C. jul/ ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. Y K.. W. DIGS JsU. o'clock Monday am.Morning in connection with the

the Dutch East India army. was on a march Governor, JAMES E. BROOM FaED'K z. niacin I rirL B. THO3SPSOS. I Flu. .&, and WtlakaReturning, will

; with a small detachment of troops and collies Secretary of State, F. L. VILLIPIGUE. IdO. SIercliant'8 Hotel, $idO. I NEW YORK.J ; ARE uow prepared lo execute promptip orders leave Enterprise at 5 o'clock Taesday morning,
Steam Entices
Saw Mills Mills
Comptroller, T. W. BREVARD, Sugar and at 8
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Charleston S. C. __ sad
i Paatk
the south ,
on eastern of
coast and Grist Mills \e1Ior
HornelJ.1 I Treasurer, C. H. AUSTIN. PDI, lonolowen Iron and
I lIe had encamped on one occasion, 1 Attorney General, 51. PAPY. I TIlE REDUCTfOiT If having PRICIf.M leaded this Hotel Holmes, I &Cuting and every aruat A.M.RSKD.
undersigned
heat the banks of : Caf tin aDd Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill I
noonday on of the
one
Court the ) Agent at
Suprem Judges. situated in King Street,solicit from travel- GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. Steamboat, and other I JavW.
email tributaries of the nan nnassin._ Thomas B-iltztU C lieC Justice Talahaeeee. reping. 11.11.
I ling public a share of patronage. Board, SI,50 REI
100 Wall Street JV. Y. Tbjy will continue and
The Lieutenant had with him his C. II Assosiate Justice I dinner 50 muaur. keep July 7-tf Agent at .
I domestic j Dupont, Quincy. j per day; single t-ts. only. hand
attention sales of on their Timber
to ,
establishment which included his daughter, Thomas Douglas, Associate Justice, Jacksonville :1' July 8-tf JAMES. IIERST.MILLS I WILL pay Pine particular Lumber, Live yel-I Car constantly Chains, ic., t which variety they respectfully in STEAMER

1 a playful and interesting little girl of the Circuit Judges. HOUSE, other SOUTHERN TIMBER and vie patronage. July 8-ly 3XQ1mt lmlOaBE411t.
age of thirteen. One day, while wandering Western, J. J. Finley, Msrrianna. I TIIOSAS S. MCKERSOX to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.July .
Middle J. W. Baker, Tallahassee. TAILORING. THIS Steamer which
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1 t in "| e jungle beyond the prescribed limits ]Eastern W. A. Forward Palatka.Southern Corner os Meeting and Queen Streets, 7-tf I It--_beau condition, h

1. of the camp, dhd having from the oppres- < Thomas E. King, Key West julyS Charleston, S C. tf S. Ii. Itockenbanghi i I Tla.omn.fii WELL known to be.Andi'eti in M"i 5 now prepared pot f resume her t o e.>
rive heat,loosened her garments and thrown w Solicitors of the Circuits. CHARLESTON HOTEL, j and informs of .i o lowing ,
i them off almost to nudity,the beauty of her Western, James M Lanlrum, Milton D. )MIXER COIIISSIO'lIEnCIIAXT.GENERAL f I! ]I iff yule making and vicinity, that he ba eo taken JMbo-a room r. .e and performing inch other service somay

person, excited the notice of an ourang- Middle, Sam'l B. Stephens, Quincy, Comer of Meeting and Havne Streets, i: in the house belonging to Mr. Barbee, next appointed by special en
ll2FearlStreetN. Y.
: outang, who sprang upon her and carried j Extern, James M. Baker, Alligator. j ly8 ClurlMt *,S.C. tf \REFtL door to Bis bee A Canova, where he is now Engagements may be at any .entered tnlo
attention will be given to sales of with the
Southern, U-Dr1 D.KClnllrict, TampI I C I to receive orden Csptaiaine1iirgeoherstaaypoinjwhich
her 0:1 Her piercing screams rang through PAVILION HOTEL, Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Lumber, Timber, and ready any tht are entrusted to she ma be apoo the route, with her
i the forest to the ears of her dozing protector County Officers. U. L. BUTTEKFIELD other eouthem Produce. Also, Merchandise him. le .art all .uit pent to be fitted prietor. CHARLES o p
of I'robatc second Clerk I .
'(First name, Judge ; name, pur-I & any other (,
:1 and roused in the chased on most advantageous terms. &
every man camp. of Circuit Court;third name,Sheriff; fourth name- Corner of Meeting and HascI-sU place in the United States.
( fcThc swift,bare-footed coolies were foremost it occurs-Tax A, and Collector i julyS CluirletonS tf t
whenever scssor ) 1 Cutting, repairing and cleaning will be dOe at : HOTELS &.C.
Grice
in pursuit; and now the cry rings: in Counties. Officer Post Office. : II. W. KINSMAN, Joseph notice. July ; ,

; the agonized father's cars that his daughter ]Escambia, Charles }I. Jordan, 1'ensacola. 117 Xiitlf Steed, CEXCRAL I
H. K.
.: is devoured by a bin:1tang-again that anourangoutang ( F. E. De LalUu, I has In store an Immense stock of CO UIISSIOXUnCIIAXT, t ti Darby MAGNOLIA HOTEL
I has carried her off. lIeI' F.M. Mann, WINDOW SHADES, i 35 Water Street, 'V''. r: DRAPER AND 'fAILOR
On the
SU Johns
:, rushes half phrcnzicd with the whole Sanuf.osL John Chain, Milton. j which he U now offering at prices such as to prcI | STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale I I NJa1 Street, J For River,
com- W. J. Stokes, I sect great inducements to customers. I articles of produce entrusted to his care, 'j Ma R. IL DARn returns his tn his USDH CHARGE or CUT. 0. J. Mraay.
1 ; pnyto the thicket from whence the screams Isaiah Cobb,jr. I ALSO and all orders promptly complied with. [julyS-tf| 11 Crien.and the public generally lib rpIIIS U anew House, recently opened for t ae-

p j proceeded, and there among the topmost Walton, Daniel McLeod, Eachecanna. I Lace and Muslin Curtains, Satin DeLane, Dam- ----- 1 (IJ patronage be h reeeiye and hopes Boarders and visitors( the)
;\1 f limbs of the enormous banyan, the father Giles Bowers, .M j asks, .tc., all at a great bargain. july8-tf Hoe b (:-'* Patent Ground Saw II I, strict attention to cntinua. o the North during th ensaeing and future.
:,i beholds his daughter, naked bleeding and Niell C. Monroe, : Subscribers manufacture, from the best 'sameMr. It il tutcd immediately o th.St Job'.RYr.
; i in the of Holmes, A. U. Brownell Cerro Gordo. j WM. MATTHIESSEN, TilE Steel, CIRCULAR SAWS, from two Darby has removed his 'store from Bay abut 25 miles from Jacksonville and
44 struggling grasp a powerful Ounngoatang I!. 11. SUnley, WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE, inches to eighty inches Jiiroetcr. Their Sawsare I street to Fonyth street, two doors from Captain tan'from the mouth Black Creek, and meet
who held her tightly,yet easily R. R. GodJen M I No. 143 East Bay, corner Queen hardened and tempered, and are ground and Howell's grocery store, where he b penu&nty favorably located and .
:J 1 with one arm, while he sprang lightly i Washington, Washington Tabor, Vernon. |July 8 Charletton, S,C. tfPIERSOX. finished by machinery designed expressly for the located, and is prep'J to al entrusted purpose mentioned. "eieDuIUe.p. l.t

, t:.: J from limb to limb, as i if wholly unincum- G. Worthington I JENNINGS & Cc. purpose, and are, therefore, much JOrior to those to his rre, despatch and a workmanlike the accommedatioa of sixty boarders, and already
; 1 'ben.-d. It was in vain to think of shooting John A. Tabor, ground in toe; usual manner, as they! ore strengthened manner. He will assure all lh who numerous vlilor.by. availed 'IMhtot. location
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CLOTHING
Jackson J. Ii. Roullae Marianna. I READY MADE and stiffened them in thickness may favor him with a call, tba they at
I the monster, so agile was he. The Dyak by increasing peu tb tagJ" 11O isuonveaientto
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No. ed with his .
Hayne-Street A neat .
: xJ John W. Pooscr, regularly from tbe cutting edge to the centre consequently wok warranted.N. a fine Mir and b8*s and poneys are
coolies the habits of the tf .
knowing C/iarlestonS.C.
onrang- julyS B. and at the
James Griffin j do not become heated or buckled, and cleaning repairing kept for tb purpoee of going thither. The proprietor
: zi outang, and knowing that he will always Jesse M. in I shortest police. invites
Clark .. WARDLAW, WALKER 4 BURNSIDE, produce a great saving timber. July respectfully strangers and citizens U
;i plunge into the nearest stream when hard Calhoun, Elias: Branch, Aspen Grove. Cotton Factors and They also manufacture Cist Steel Mill, Pit and I "drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia House In winter -

.- t1 pressed began a system of operations to James U. Parker, COMJIISSION MERCHANTS, Cross Cut Saws, and Billet Webj superior quality LIVERY STABLE IS or laminer,and thus afford bin .oppertaakyof

4 drive him to the water; they set up a grtutchout Thomas J. Land North Atlantic Wharf, all of, which they have for sale, or they nay I Subscriber now prepared to accommodate devotior that atUntioB t&comfort which it
,throwing missiles of all kinds and Franklin, Thomas J. Eppes, Apalachicola. julyS CharleitJk, S.C. tf be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchants TIE customer i.y way, manner, win give il and tb superintendent s*
agitating Samuel. the United States and Canada.ILIIOEACO. .hap much '
Spencer, throughout
i in first rate style, and .
the carriages manifest.j
underbrush .
,while some proceeded C. Thigpen, )McKENZIE CADO & CO. I down to horseback riding. hrl ; p. A SO
: :i- to ascend the tree. By the redoubled 'Gadsdcn, E. C. Love, Qniney.R. FOREIGN &DOIESTICDR'.GOODS.july8 29 and 31 Gold Street Parties waited at any hour of the day or July

''. exertions of the whole company the mon- C. Lester, No. 171 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. tf CJT Publishers of newspapers who will insert i night Calls made o to any part of city for
etcr was gradually driven towards the water. S. B. Love, this advertisement three times, with this note, and sons who wish to take the lh pr- PaDt :O' l
yet still holding tightly to the James M.Smith CIIAFEE. ST. AMAND & CROFT forward us a paper containing the same, will bepain Every exertion will be made sleamer to please. CHAatESTOK,
. poor Leon, D. W. Gwynn, WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, TO in printing material,by purchasing four times .c
; II. A. BLISS
, T last the JU THE Uadenigned
gir.At monster and his victim ,
.Archer,jr. a .ACCO&c. the amount of their bill for the advertisementNew Near the lI'o ian .
Bnffinrton i Lform his and t.
were seen on an outstretching limb over.hanging U.T. Blocker, iulvS. No. 179 East Day Charleston. .C. tf York, April 22d, 1854. July 8-3t jull8t 10u.: he has leased rrer.extensive PbBl
the stream. The cooliefc who L. C.Demilly, 11os J. JAMBS B. establishment .
are BUDUCK. Cu the
among the expertest swimmers in the WakuUa George Miller, New Port II. JESSEN, To Planter and Lumbnea I PLANTERS IIOE and ie
world i now ready for the reception of eligible -
T.J.M.Richardson, DEALERS IN GROCERIES, LIQUORS PHILADELPHIA.Malone
immediately lined tho banks the soldier undersigned having formed acopartnenhip location convenient
; : N. G.W. Walker SEGARS &c. .T being to an the business'
continod the outcries and throwing of misi- for the purpose of transacting a i localities,. will commend it to those who visit the

les. lie clasped his prize more tightly J Jefferson T.Noah J. Chase Pos3y,,. Montkello. julyS No. 139 East Bay CharlestonS.Cp. tr & Taylor, General Merchant Business at city.on basiaew, and no exertions o expense 1'
M JL COHEN 4 CO- MAGNOLIA F. be spared by the Proprietor lo promote the
took a survey of the water and his upsarJ1azin James Tucker LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANT c
enemies and then he leaped into the Joel Walker M DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, would run call the aUeuti 0 a who are fort&convenience o h gvesU, and hIs
Philadelphia, the
and pubxiepnire.ag.-
lie James Morris, & ic. : large I every worthy
flood below. had hardly touched the c. Very respectfully solicit consignments of well selected Stock in and II add that
Madison, A. McDonald, Madison.II. julyS No.29 Hayne Street, Clinrlenon.S C. tf LUMBER consisting! part of lapprL I. pleased t .b
water ere fifty resolute swimmers plunged S. R. Sessions, SOUTHERN. SHINGLES, 4v. Dry Goods, Groceries, Queelwae, Mni..Book keeper. of Mr. .
in pursuit; as he rises a dozen human arms ,; T. M. Anderson S. S. FARRAR & BROTHERS. Liberal advances made. Refer to Hats, Caps, GrkryaGlW&f Lantkin, 1 an favorably known to th tra'
are reached out towards him; others lay :: It.McKinney, DEALERS IN COFFEE GROCERIES E. T. BROCK Philadelphia Boots and Shoes, e veIling community this and the adjacent State.' "

hold upon the insensible girL The ourangJ J*Hamilton II.J. Stewart, Jasper, :. E.T. RICHARDSON, do- Iron Nails, Paint, Oils juy 8 :aW.BOMAX.
John Frink july8-tf T. E. BUCKMAN, Jacksonville. I Hardware and Cutlery, Window Glass.
Corner East cud Cumberland-SU.
Bay
outang used both arms to defend,end,after : James II Hcndry, Charletton S.C tf Particular attention paid to the Provision Busi Orange Spring Hotel
rA lacerating the bodies of some of the coolies Jerry B.Smith, ** julyS NEW VOLUME OF ness. Hay, Born, Mess Pork, Flour, Bacon, Et F
I
with his powerful nervous clawt, fInaIl1 4 Columbia, George 'Herbert, AUgator. ,NEUFFER. IIEXDRIX & CO GOODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. I Molasses, Sugar, constantly on hand in Larre* *F rpnlS Hotel 1 1 recepHoa of laJ. -

succeeded id diving beyond the reach of his S. Scarborough M COM9IISSION 1'IERCIIANT8, Commencement of the Second Quarter of a Century. tities. valide and traveUing pmWie. ..We deem it
Reuben Hogans, for the sale of I I Produce of all kind to allude to the superiority lo-
pursuers and in escaping down the stream, pufhud I.UDe" \
W. A. 4Llachua SOMETHING VERY FINE. All are invited over any other the the
while the insensible Ledah Sheffield Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, I I u Ike purchaseselsewhere. h PrDa' )
bleeding was re- A. M. Newnamville.R. julyS Charleston S.C. tf The July No. of Code)' Lady'g Book j '! rare mineral qualities this .both;arc
stored to the arms other father and nurse Youngblood, M N. B.-A large Negro Goodssuch I I established beyO cavil. The proprietor is ester
in whose hands she was ultimately restored C. L. Wilson BANCROFT BETTS & MARSHALL 'I ortinent Is published articles,and for contains ladies as not usual only, a for greater show but as I: as Kerseys. lluket a.orDt. lay every e or render his gs.stscomfoctabl.
,
t .,4 to consciousness health and strcngh oncd ]Daval Felix Livingston, Jac ouriUo. SILKS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ure, than can be found in any other periodical in July 8-tf HENDRICKS A CHESS. and only craves a little more time to ewnpleta .
i.1t more. Th'u UV. version of the classic George Stone, STAPLE GOODS, wo.ld. the'' Southern Review I arrangements and satisfy all. Invalid can '

of Plato and Proserpine is well authenticated Uriah Bowden, I Nos. 209 .t 211 King, Corner Market !teeL The unrivalled Colored Fashions, to be found in I Quarterly : mia aid, and such extra attentloo.itbiirsitsn.
4"' story S is
;" John D, MuKtnlay 4 i july8 Charleston C. tf TI Periodical the only o oiaul i the ti niir Our own Hacks will be ia '
for 1
J and the girl no a Lady's Cabinet i
; now a r.ublicatioo-Frout
gro'vn up cf the South: the 20tV Nor.
the
Nassau James T. WoolitockMills. on
O'NielJ O pages
: 1 'woman is living at Amboyna in the Mol! CONDICT. JENNINGS & CoM 'j Children I DrmeTbo Medora and Zulitna Man rCerr to as the best evidence the ability.of Boats at Palatka. K. S. arvaJ AN.'1
'I o
with Cord Insertion
Einbroklery, for Shirt
uccas." :Nassau C. C.Descent 4 I SADLER, COACII, IIARD'V ARE&c. Embroidery for Shirts-Braid Patterns IOoOOel'l and its capacity to 'iV expression to julyS Proprietor.1CAONOLIAHOTJ5I. .
I A. J. Braddock 4D. No. 165 Meeting Street, I the feelings, the interests intelligence this
Course of Lessons in a o
,., f On ditferent kinds of love. (By a Iligginbotham.St. II julyS CharUtonS.C. tf I Flowers of tbe Month-The Dra"ing-The The wild Section of our Country. purpose bio fairly represent ...
young lady.;) The sweetest mother's ,i John'. Gad lliunphrryi, St.Angnatlnr Papyrus- Peignor I IBuquea onehI al not to mirpN& others. JacLtontiOe Florida.C' '
Chemisettes and under !
81. Bonnet
1'J love; the longest-a brother's love ; the F. C. IIumptu'1" McCARTER A Co., I Preserver Initial Letters-Chevuut es Basket- It aim the truth it, THE SUBSCRIBER has jest eonpleted the "
dealers in ( and to .!>sert the intellectual of Section House it in:thsaosi
Jacob ,
Kickier our fitting
H" 1 strongest woman's love ; the dearesta for the Centre Table Coral Broidered llanksrvhief equality aby. up .
PubwnY.. W. Tumblin 4Eti.nislaui BOOKS AND STATIONARY, while at the same will free mind of style, and will exertion .
man's love. And the longest -Braid Pattern-Head Dresses, .. I tme 1 .every "r1
.eetest. Gliuski Cor. Meeting A Pinrkney-sts. 'I our people from trmt literary thraldom and all that may favor him with then pa .
strongest dearest love-** love of a bon- Natha..Norton iiMarion1 JulyS CharUtonS.C. A Splendid Line Engraven NOAH AND TIlEDOVEOallantryMu,1eA and deijendency under"hick they hare 10 long Particular attention paid to Tnnli
ncL" Day at the Ship Lsbotnl.! We tbsit, from all lovers of the .
j JabQ Mnfoeb, Orals.BeberiDellock I cam ,
S. G. COURTENAY Yard,with Engravings- Farm House, Engravings
South and
'4S. a truly home literature, that Comer Ocean and XOIU'OHtrHw.J
THE 'D-NoTHINGI.---\ society called BOOKS, STATIONERY AND CHEAP -Life of Columbus-Godey's Invaluable and Seasonable for
S { lIelveston, aJ. support our Work which will enable us to give Jacksonville July & 1834. > 4
* the "Do-Nothings" has been formed in New j I M. '\01. PUBLICATIONS.julyS Reeeipts-Cont'eeCanaryr-Ice Creams and it a free course,and the make it eminently worthy Good Stabling for Horses. ( if .

Bedford. There arc several hundred iu Levy, D.A.Storgan, Waeuauaa. No. 3 Broad Street, Charleston, ,C. tfIIUGERAMILLIKEN. Puddings.Tbis No. will be unIon the of the world's admi'li and our own prde '
I .. rec.iptot25cit.TEIUlS. CHARLES D&WALL .
that city who approve its principles, but Job IIafAh01' 110RTUJER .
Robert Office "SO. \" -5L JJLM.ON: .1 .II
: arc too lay to join.A WattentDn' DOMESTIC and FOREIGN PLANTATION One Copy,one year t3 Law QtARTERY n-La
AiI1aborougb. Sil TanD&JI Tampa. GOODS.No. Two Copies one year 5 Rc lrd..t Charleston, 3. C JacltlOflriUe.. .
_. 14
RICH GixcEKCiKE. T wo cups of mu M. CunnIngham Five Copies one and extra to the In any part of the County, attended
42 East year an
Bay Charlatan S.C. copy The SALES
resolution
E.T. Kendrick, following wet, adopted by the
lasses one cup butter, two cups of flour, person sending the club 10 Sovraeajr respectfully solicited. .
currant, a large table spoonful of ginger, Dernmdo, lOfepb X.Taylor, D. 4.Cbulea Soto.WjLGarriioa WILLEY, BANKS A Co., Eight Copies one year,and an extra copy to the Charleston ia CounC1: 1854. ConlnOJr, ,h.ll in- Goods seat M the subscriber en eommhwJon. .ltier -

one tspoonfu1oea1eratus. Bake baltic ,t FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY, person sending tbe club 15 I' Apr for private.:.r anetion disposal vUl b*niekf/ '
Retailed "
Mdfum Eleven the Sourthera Quarterly Review attended to and amount '" TM
hour. 4' GOODS. Copies,on year,and an extra copy to the speedily .
E.L.&Iph, No. 41 send the club., published in the City of Charleston, by a native ; Subscriber has been known ia this community for
To Pitsri.viFi.ocM FaESJft-A uet Monroe, Pet.rCr Beuiali SaWyer,. It1' West.44 ffayne-tt. Charletton SIC. LJTGodey's person Lady's Book aDd Arthur's Home "t and edited by one of .I c. a number of yean as Auctioneer and otherwise.He ..-.' '

flowers ik AGNEW.. FISHER & HOXIE Magasin will both be sent one year for S3 40. gentlemen of the offer n*recommendations, tat dedre/faal toqolries -"
wift ,
remain fresh much aSsmeel
lunger in a Robert FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER L.A.;GODET, No. 113 Chesnat-street, Phi,., Periodical of that character, printed and published should be made eoncerniag ahaestfef aay .
glue 01 water to which half a tea-epoonful Yo-C, II CHANTS. in the Southern States, and having always defe. commercial (MOM at th* place'of ndemsSInetheirebebaa1oestdhisptorse7oriytb-

ef common salt has been,added than in Orange, Algemoa 8.Speer, Enteipsise.Arther Accommodation Notice. ed the institutions and interests of the i ..
water. GUm .to Wharf Charl ,. rpHE undersigned will be absent at the North entitled to the pc f the.8te street on the burnt district,when his;Auction ha.
pll
Ewab.watioa; J. from the present time until about the 1st of aDd this I siaeesis. also at present eandagt, and when'.''
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J53TThere'si a brsndysins.sh," as the :Samtcr, W.C.WUIi&mI 4&damsyille.D.G.tee W., G. BANCROFT 4 CoVET October next ,when' they will re-open a stock of favorable .a. keep*oa hand es the most reasoaabl tenas,..J '

wag said when a drunken nun fell through .'4LlLCrene CASH JOBBING IIQt15I.Nor. Goods forth!* market lath* meantime their For FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISION;.i. _
: 253 A 255 KthiStrttt. business1 win bt ia the bands1Rodney Dermis DWELLING u. Ret Daval .. For CaA and Country Produce. .
., '.. apmeofp'J ; 6olocHuL 4 ', S.C. Ex? BLOODGOOP fOlTB. A 1. t C r.C. 6. z- July 8-tf CHAilEfPiirilL, t


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