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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
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Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
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Creation Date: July 22, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
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VOL. 1. JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1854. N.O. 3, j.;

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: my officers. It is enough that you-were be U further Ordained That all actiuni or prosecutions bla to find'any thing to the contrary, the town can Jury shall forever baU I(A I Ay for this cause !ia tt present pcatta*!******it .
-ilisaIIany. born in this happy country. We will now brought under tha Ordinances of the town impute a penalty for the offence against it* Ordin very evident) the rem C whicH might b* to rostrate My future imiMJtng* between .
consent to hear from Baron Steuben." shall be brought in the name of the town of Jack ance, sod the State'may impose a penalty for aDo wa enjoyed when the Constitution beam bn* the partial fee tWatkm aid OrCau If ;'

A voice answered: fcily name is Frederick sonville. 'eneeapias&the laws of the State. lag and obligatory) continue unchanged It kraed from the proper court :
gy The foUswiag wa written upon the dock d William Baron Steuben.. I And be it further Ordained, That all fines and I am of the opinion therefore, that the said Ordinanea shall remain inviolate,this tarn doe nut merely .The Counsel fur tLa Town site aad rely upon ,
a mail Jsbsssa wrecking acbeoner, a* she WM Augustus penalties and taxes shall be levud and collected b1 (: .10)) ws authorized by the act incorporating Imply \the r of Jury trial ihaB not baaboiahad Dullard ML Bennett i midcameWIa wfbe "
CIt nay of Barbor Island bound on a gave my property,and the best years of my warrant from the Intendant. aid town of Jacksonville, and that the o but thUUshaUnotba found refenunca It wets a i..
leaving life to the cause of American freedom. I The said R.W.Biggs t Co. assign the following. 2d error auoed must be everrnled. helms The If defined by approved rate a show eta why a ffondMdt ibovIdMl It-

cnJa to the Srin4war4 f fought as Stony Point at Paula Hook, at error: The 3d error JIIIIIcDtd" that the said act of in- Lexicographer tomeaauahort, ualaiured, rae, ud not a proUbttion M aitati. .

,.- --* i.4 gg+nfdo1Ct.eker.,_ Yorktown,and was t hope, of great use to IlL..The fine i Ia not authorised by.Town Ordut- coTporatioa ia in violation of the Constitution of the unpoautd,t braLew TaiUata ays-lVebeur. isderivdfromthe ; CZ TI01RAL w
L-. .. li StutaT &MlnwwdIviolatuswhkhblmmaculate When new Juridktioq created to status 1I
George :. I born the .
TV tide 1* up tha wind 1*fair, Old hundred was m 2d. The Ordinance I*not authorised by act oC The fotlowtnc/clause of jtha StaU.Constitution unhurt, untouokad.It summary and doe** flPcmt *JceardM to &k
Than spread the idle uO, World* one and fourteen rears '. are cited in argument and relied upon, to wit s"That i It vary avidant that at the time ttaCon Otntioo I eeuae of the cos,law Snarfe*'Court. I- :. y
let the Wrecker1 nark ago. Another foreigner Stand back,retire 3d. The act of Incorporation is in violation of the no person shall b*put to answer any criminal becamebindiag in thiSUUu.ial& ) the i sues toe writ otcertiocari, and wOleeUm the pea
And
one more -your appeal is denied, your petition Constitution of the State. charge,but by presentment, indictment or impeachment right of trial by Jury to breaches of ha Ordinancesof eeedings,, if within thek ju rkdktifla\. wffl aua h
Oa roaming with the gale. rejected. Call Hugh Mercer..' To this The act.f Incorporation of the town of Jacksonville ; and m all prosecution by indictment this and similar Mantoipal Corporations,'W'' them tf the j bTe I confined themselves stnistly

Heave O! Man! the chain come in, name a voice replied as follows : "I come was parsed the 10th day of February, ISO, or presentment a speedy and public trial by an n enjoyed in the Territory,tno if the above within the powers given them by atatula.' It aD .
The anchor strikes the bow; from the grave to meet here and from which 'we have made the following extract impartial jury ef the county or district. where the en the 'i!. akokMM ariCttal Piece**, to ItmOVe ears,
you I and the when the Court :
and synopsis: offence wa committed. b Y o impaired or polluted or change revenue Superior
The rope are manned-the canvas fills- speak for one who died for your country on Again: That the right of trial by jury shall forever e : b satisfied thai a fair and impartial trial wtfl DOt-
She bouadeUi seaward now.n. the field of Princeton. I died almost in the By the 1st section All the free white male inhabitants remain inviolate. D corpc PI 6 niO,75; Mnrphey r.. otherwise be obtained.

arms of Washington. I was born in Scot- certain limit over the age of 21,comprehended with Again: That no freeman shall be taken impri T Fowler etal t.Stiller 3 Dallas 41U .
and their declared Peop.2
successors are to soned or disseised of his liberties Zylrtra, The Corporation In&b cue of nounarj proceedings,order ud
land. "Enough freehold or outlawed oCe
Mark yonder headland! bald and grim your example can produce be a body politic and corporate,with all the rig btf, 1 So. Ce. Lord
rived convictions be&re
no effect me for I have rowed liberties and authorities incident or exiled, or in any manner destroyed or deprived tes Bay upon, wa magistrates 1471 Kenyan,
It IeomI above the tide. upon ; privileges, powers of his life, liberty property, but by the went beyond their jurisdiction or Ch. J, the proceedings may be removed by earGarni ,
before heaven to consider no claim and to to, and appertaining to a corporation, body I
Back from it beat the bounding wets law of the land. powers given them by e artr. after judgement because neb praeeedmgt
venerate no character, when presented by politic or a natural penon.III Again: The judicial power of this State, both I a of the fpJ that the act of Incorporation can be removed only by certiorari.
All humbled ia itt pride. a foreigner." the 2d section U II i provided That the government u to matter of law and equity, shall be vested in of tha Town of a.W 11&in violaUonof the I Bacon Abridgment VoL 1, page (74; Kex v..

Mark yonder reef! .'.r whkh the *eaIs The name next on the list was that of tithe said town shall be vested!in a Town a' Supreme Court, Court of Chancery, Circa Constitution of t St a&oo the 3 er The Inhabitant ofSeton, T T.k 369. Rex M.Ea- .
howling in it. wrath Aaron Burr. I Council composed of an Intendant. and six Councilmen Court, and Justices of the Peace; Provided The ror assigned IM too 2 T.L 89;2 M--441; 3 Ka-1ST. .
e. General AIIC lblyma1a1 vest such criminal Jar- We now come to the let error aatigded which b Should this be comet law, then by applying ** '
it and tha headland
Between grim
have no right to expect promotion in The 3d section enacts That the said Council bdictioa as may be deemed necessary in corporation that the fine I not authorised by Town Ordinance, to the ease at bar,eertfonri from a supreme Court,
Their lies the wrecker's path. this hall sacred to the liberties I intendedto shall have power and authority to pats all laws and court, but such jurisdiction shall not extend to and i this find more di culty. would be the remedial process.
destroy I was born in New Jersey, in ordinance that may be necessary and expedient capital' *. record show that for some cause or other, It is contended by both of the Counwl for the 1
IlL ;;- I fur the good government of sail town and the preservation The Counsel for the defendant in the Cout below the Intendant. reckoned ofe on one Street from Corporation that the latendanfr Court is not I
To windward now the breaker roar, "We cannot do without the services of I of the public moral Provided, they. contends, that the punishment to be inflictedfur 24th April to 6th May a 0 cbr Street from court of record. .'
They fuam beneath the lee; such are not meowUtent with the Constitution and law I the violation of said Ordinance (No 10) make 24th April to .btr the The Chapter empowers the Council to provide ;; ,;.
While off upon the weather bow a man was the reply. We forget of the United States and the laws of the Territory the offence a crime, and therefore the said Ordinance 26th April w enumerated from n for the trial of an offence, and to enforce the collection >
resume
There rolls the your infamy and forgive your crime, burn of Florida. It further provides that They shall holds the party to answer a Criminal Chargeand I am pniU infer at all I of all fine and penalties.
open seaILrrob as you were upon the soil America." especially have power to regulate, improve, alter cites, 3. U.Ingest (1849) page 101, Sea 3a that day, in which the ohtt< In compliance with toil, the Council organized a
we dear the dang'rous pass- Such, without continuing these examples and extend the street, and to open now street, in rapport thereof. I emen or 0 which notice was pve T I Court the Intendant who by the charter fa also ..
The portal of the bay; is the plain and practical meaning of and to cause encroachment, obtrudiuo.4 lc, to There can be no doubt that any By-Laws of the : infer for notice would be made ex-offieio Justice of the Peace fa clothed with
Once more the Arethusa'i bow the new secret which has been be removed, making compensation Ac. Town of Jacksonville,which are contrary to the I the proceeding of the said Court and would be apart jurisdiction for the trial of all offence under tn.
with society es- And they shall have power to prevent and abate Con,titututional Law of the Land are void, though I of the record, tero I am to suppose the i Ordinances he fits Mod compote an Intendaaf
II wreathed ocean spray.IT. tablished among us,and which is bared upon nuuanees, des; and do and perfufm all such other justified by the terms of the Charter. obstruction 0 day. I Court for that purpose he also uses the etal of the .

that pseudo patriotism which erects a act or act a* shall seem necessary and best adapted STCTVISA.ITM MAVOB*New Tone I would appear theo that from tho 21th or I Corporation. The Charter and Ordinance, glva C
barrier clashes of to the I to the .summon the 6th day or this com to fine and imprison.Thelatondant
Now far astern with foamy plume, against large our countrymen improvement and general interest of the 7 COWM 585. Apr l"i power
and recognizes a rule which broad as town. Provided that the fine shall in no case exceed The Question It-Whetherthe violation of thuByLaw April the corporation l belt, foldet I fitting and composing this court if aolhoriaed to ..
From eat the darkjom eaves, it is,can only be sustained without, making "20, and the imprisonment five day ,i is made thereby a Criminal Charge as con- I I a and permitted this Di'and n un brae his warrant for th levying and coQectimi of '': t
To revel on the sunny beach By th* 5th section uf said act! The said Conne I plated !in the CMutitntiun or whether it u not i the Street Committee 0 wa an 11 all fine de, be fame hit summon a* trim 4. y
rproQ the ocean wares exceptions for or against any one. The shall have power further to provide for the trial of I that sort of misdemeanor, mala prohibits which oll notice taken d it, &e when the ibte proceedings a court conduct his proceedings aa a court and .
brine most eminent virtues and descrrings are all offences that may arise under the Ordinance or i nut necessarily indictable-therefore not a erim they e back to cC&a keep* record thereof any other court
Now, far ahead the heaving rejected contemptuously if he who can said town; 'shall enforce the collection of all fine nal charge. divide off the Yo and enforce the ThePerfbnrtoiBeoadYborruwedfremtbeEnglish

Spread out before the eye boast of them should not be a native born. and penalties that may arise a* aforesaid in such A crime i is defined, to l be an act, committed or ti. ea v p Law. In England tae erection of a maw .

And paint a dark blue wary line On the other hand the advantage of being manner as said Council, by Ordinance, may provide. omitted, in violation of a public. law either forbidding I Now C Ordinance a*justify tribunal with a power to fine, anti imprison U, of "
or eumma ding it ing any course of proceeding. itself iuadent to eooatiUte the new tribunal a
the
Upon azure sky. born in tho
United States and
may cover In the 6th section tbereu It i iI made the duty In the common law,crime are divided into three The corporation by neglecting t take ear court of Record.
Y. conceal a multitude of sins. of the Intendant to see that the Ordinances of the I classes treasons, felonies and misdemeanors i step* had limited themsolv to one ol'en(a If the Intendant' Court of the Town of Jack

Ta cruise among the reefs and shoal*-- town are faithfully executed; and this section fur will be seen, that an public wrongs, below the degree the obstructions- were at different place*, to son, according to WI dalaitfcm of a coast of
windward bound In the Circuit Court of the tauten CIrcuit ther make him ax-officio Justice of the Peace, an> felony are classed as misdemeanor there might possiby be two offences) and aU record II DOt one, then I an ate low to know what .
To we are | of KIorlda.Duval County M. '. clothes him with the powers duties and privilege Misdemeanor, again are divided into two classes penalty the Intendant could impose WM the limit would constitute a coat record, .
Far rea&i are but the wreckers' mine, R.W.Braes A Co of one. x : maL in sea and mala prW biLa. Misdemeanor of the ce which I construe to be a fine D Dad Wd court jurisdiction of tibia ease the ear- g

And heal* his fruitful ground. r.. )>CcHiorari Under, and by virtue of these powers, general male prohil ta, i* the doing any matter of public ec 1 imprisonment not exceeding i day. tiorari hat been improperly iBfued Uw clerk had .
The farmer ploughs the mellow sod Tae Tows or ,halO nLLL j and special thus given by the Legislature, the grievance, forbidden by statute, or the omitting O efirurt offence the leta DC r too m. ,- .not a writ of right hit f .
Council aforesaid enact the said Ordinance No. 10, any matter of public eonveniene commanded b1 party that a could only have ban Ranted mpoa appbeatwa t
That ha may reap again The Record in this cause shows, and provide by Ordinance \.33 aforesaid for statute, and are wf two "-one indictable, the time(say 43 hours or some other time) i i a.e to this court and coned by entice M tkJJ court. f ,-
The wrecker pUwgbs the yielding ware, lit That on the 5th day of March, 1854, Isaac the trial of all offence that may arise under the other not. t then to remove the obstruction and i 0 rmwo Tidd'. Practice VoL L pag* 329; 2 Cbitty/a

And reap* upon the malL Swart Intendant of the Town of Jacksonville lamed Ordinances of the town. The laid latendant sitting 1.RCWKU ox Cwjwa AS,46, (3 EDIT.) in that time than then will baa oen. Practice, pa e 222; I WiUou"Kapartf pH* s
a summons in this eaa. ,Olltof his court called and composing a court for that pnrpve, .te. The obstructing n street being a mudemeanor lf..be not ltm*ed en. 19VrndeUB portipag [Frvat Of ITiuMitftom ITatou.) "lotrndant's Court" to Thomas O. Holmes and and to issue his warrant for the levying and collect at common law-it would be punishable by indictment the expiration olper then a second offence page 396; 17 MaiE orU,page 3SZ
.
Redden W. Bigg, of the ffrm of R tT.Biggs Co. tiag aU fines Ae if the statute specify no other mode of pro I*eommntted Were the informality tie only uiaomlty, wo
A SeeM at Independence llalU to appear at hi* court room on the 16th day of Had the Legislature but de pted the general ewdio(. For each offence separate summons should is coast easily rem dy it. ty: fontVUring apjflc-
The about to describe ban the May, 18S4 at 3 o'clock P.. to answer at the tioa for certiorari made at the Ut tenD sail now .
scene we power, given in the lat section of the act, to wit: 2 JUwk Plea of the Crown.C.25, See. 4; Com. sue.In
adranta-e e of being natural enough if ,remake ., instance of the Street Committee of the West end All the rights liberties privilege powers aDd ra. Gowen 7 Mas 373 j Rex.rt, Harris, 4 T. R. .. my opinion tho ordinace when it enacts. That usua tt, mane pro-Una. Bad tkara b a acre *alioukttofutaarpncaedincaiatkMeiiurt .< .
allowances for the lapse of time and of the town to the charge violating Section 10 authorities incident to, and appertaining to a corporatinn. 202; People r* Corporation of Albany, 11 Wend the suffering, tha obstruction to remain after a : one It
of the Ordinance of the town Jackwmvilla; Ad, it i ia humbly conceived they would !' 539; 2. Eusselon Cr. 340: Rex. tt Ru,6.Eas knowledge of the came, and unreasonable length is true not urged on Us argument,but one, whichin .
is certainly capable of being profitable con 2d: That laid inmmon was screed the 6th day I have had a general legislative vested in the time, shall be deemed a second offence and *o aa the opinion of the sours i*lwarmoanaM.. '

strued. At all events there is more thanmere ofiliT, 1854; Council to enact Ordinance or power Bylaws, affecting; 427.Although an offence i is Indictable the statute may meant nothing more than that the party, when notiliod The 2d. Section of UuWiKlioU of the Contitution _
poetic justice in one of its features, 3d: That on the 16th day of May the appeared -I the property of the citizen which were reasonablefor prescribe a cumulative remedy, either can be a* aforesaid and disobeys, may be convictsagain of the State of Florida ayes .
because it recalls good deeds fur the purpose and moved to dismiss the proceeilingt "up the due police and government of the town. punned. and again and shall not be permitted to The Supreme Court except m ease otherwise

of sustaining good principles.The on the ground that the same is criminal proceeding ';aniline'a ease, 6 Pick, 181; Nightingale's Rex. r*Robinson, 2 Burr, 799; 1.Saunders, 295 plead a former conviction directed ia Ibis Constitution shall have appellate
and that they have never been indicted Rex.t.. BeufieU A Sander, Barr 980 20 Pie jurisdiction only which shall be co-extensive with
chief of beautiful and presented 11 Pick, 168; Buffalo Webster, 10 Wend 99: note 4: State r*More 9 Yerger. 353. The Turnpike ; ,
magistrate a or impeached." See Art.So. 16 Bill of 356 Fleet 7 Wend 291 Parker. the State under such restriction and
Bosh r.. Seabnry, 8 John 327; 1 JlcCord, 333. Bond M People, Wend 267. ; r* Young, ; regulation
entensrre city-occupied by half million Eight, CoiMtitution of Florida Van Houghton Wend 145 State .. 3 not to this Constitution from
Stokes r.. New York, 14 Wend 73. Hero we tea that for the common law o&enee, ; 1' Johnson regugnant u may
of human beings, and remarkable for his 4th: That said motion wa* not granted and that That abating nuisances and preventing obntrnetionsof the Legislature might prescribe a cumulative Hills so. c*. i. time to time, be prescribed law, provided, that .
healthy location, its happy poor, its gener- the trial proceeded under a plea of Not Guilty; streets, and imposing fine for obstructing remedy and I take it that if they had provided, Therefore I think there is error ia this respect the said court shall always have power to ksuo
5th: That the said Court after hearing testimony and that the belt not authorised by Town Ordinance writs of injunction, manfUiaai+ -werranto habeas
ous rich scholars and its wits its statesman street are reasonable for the due police and guvernment that the penalty for this offence should be either abe qu
and,its lawyers held a high levee at remarks of Counsel,it, rendered the following of the town, will not be qneatiuned. to be sued for before a Justice of the Peace, and if I thought we had jurisdiction of this cause; corpus ant such other remedial and original
judgement, to wit: In this charter the Legislature has however, or imprisonment to be assessed by Justice of the would reverse the judgment in this particular. writs a* may be necessary to give it a general*uperintendance -
Independence Hall-the Mecca to the freemen Having thus disposed of the to be and control of aU other court
JUDGEMENT.firiTE gone further, U has specified and added special Peace,or a* before, that the constitutional provision I questioollloogh&
of America-the Pantheon to which or FLORIDA, > InUndanft Court, powers and authorized the corporation to make by indictment or presentment would not have reached, and having given my opinion thereupon The 6 Section says; The Cueui Courts shall
the ryes of the whole world are turned DeVIL COCSTT. > Ton qf Jack. iJle.The Bylaws; or private statutes in certain ease and been impcntive, but State pursue either, I by Counsel of both parties, without reference hare original jurisdiction in all matter*, civil and ; .,
either in hope or in fear. It was spectacle for certain purpose*, and among them epccifiet The penalty in the ease at the bar, however, is to the informality of reviewing the said criminal within this State not otherwise excepted
defendant in the
of the Town of :
cause Intendants Court wa now turn ot tho in this constitution.
that shall have to for a violation of the Town Ordinance.We preliminary
of and ia itself they power cause encroachments
surpassing granduer was i
JatkwoTilleJr Redden W.Bigg i Co found
are motion to wit: The Supreme Court of Florida in ex-part
obstructions to be tic and have that the dele-
.te. removed already seen Legislature
they
one of the epochs of the age. The object guilty of Tiolatmg section tenth (10) of the Ordin- I shall have power to preventandabatenaisanceeta I rated to the Council power to enact private sta- The motion to Quash writ of Certiorari: White,(1852) VoL 4, pegs 165, in giving eontrotion -
of this assemblage--for it included men ances of the town of Jacksonville. The fines im- Any unauthorised obstruction in a highway i iI a ntes: for this purpose, therefore the power to make It i* conceded that there is no statute of this to the above 2d auction bald thai tha juriodie-
who lived in the hut century and who reappeared I imposed under the Ordinances and the testimony i public nuisance the neglecting lode a thing whichthe I I By-Laws, necessarily supposes the power to enforce State authorizing an apppeal or review of the said tim of that court (Supreme Court) warn two fold, .
given are the following: Intendants Court and it is admitted that first, appelate jurisdiction and secondly a .
at this moment the of nuisance them and proper
upon stage public good ; a building by pecuniary penalties competent pro-
life take in the For placing obstructions hi Bay street amiknowingly in street b a requiresand nuisance, and Mrtionable to the offence. exist at all, it exist at common law,in fact,Coon general snpcrintendanca and control of all other .
to part august ceremony- suffering them to remain there, from abate eel for the Plaintiffs in error, contend their application courts and this by means of all appropriate.original -
any citizen has a right to such nuisance,andit Chamberlain of London'*ease, 5 Co.Rep. 63 b,
was to initiate an era of new measure, and the 24th day of April to the 6th day of May, a is laid down in Strange Report,page 1004,thatit The city of London'ease,8 Co. Rep. 253; Wilcox to this court,is a common law proceeding.The and remedial writ, known to the common law,
I to open the way to a future, such as never period of eleven ((11) days, regarding each continuous i u no justification for closing a street, that it was on Man,corporation 154, S.378; Counsel for the Town contend that certiorari again they ay. '
I was'dreamed of in our philosophy." Judge day u a separata offence, under the Ordin- built upon the person's own ground. All that the Council have done in this cue iso is the proper remedial process that it should be Issued The exception in the first eCuue of the action
&IIt'e-a fine --lOfoM each offence. b, order d the Circuit Court after notice, points to the power eoota'ned in the proviso and
t Conrad had taken the seat which, nearly The said Ordinance, e rtatnte provide a penalty to anfore their By-Laws.
1 For obstructing Ilogan' street and knowingly of the pamdfortherim The mode of the of with bond A*., that the issuing certiorari by the this power th*court would not have had from thai
feveaty-eight was appropriated city Council general enforcing penalty a
I yean ago, suffering these obstruction to remain in the
street this clerk without order of court des ia irregular, and mere grant appellate jurisdiction only.
well nnbancea of La. i is action of debt
a a
abating preventing by bringing an or as-
by a man catted! John Hancock who presided from the 24th day of April to the 16th of ru No in the Circuit
I day Maya kind, a* it was made their duty to do by the char- it to recover H.Conyn. therefor the whole of' these proceeding should be appellate power Court emu be ,
over a conTention assembled in that period of.21 days-regarding every two days Digest By-Lair I>4 I Tidd, Practice 3 .! found in the said 6th section of tha Constitution, and .
very hall to cut the American colonies loose a* a separate offence under the Ordinances there ter.The Legislative power of the corporation over 4 Borg 1852; 2. Wilson 95; ; I am of the opinion that certiorari from the SaI of the original jurisdiction thereof than doe

from the British croWD and who stood by i imposed a fine of$10 each with cost dolt this subject wa*delegated to It for the good of the But, by Legislative authority, the penalty of a I preme Com of this State, would be the proper not seem a doubt, but that remedial and original

and saw his place occupied by a stranger, 6th: That on the 19th of May, the said Inten- city, and the By-laws passed are to be regarded a* By-Laweaa be enforced by distress and sale or de- ray to reach the judgement of the Intendant. writ necessary for a general aparintendanc
dant lined a Warrnt under the seal of the Town pawed by the Legislature. ention Court in this cause, and in order that I maybe and control of an other courts, (sleeping court of
who was about to improve upon the idea of J Jacksonville directed to the Marshall of the said Presbyterian' Church r*. City of Xaw York 5 12 Modem 6S6; Idle r.Reeves, 2 Maul properly understood I propose to give my view of ordinary the 9th section,) are excepted m the -

proclaimed in the Declaration American town Jacksonrille, u follows: Cove 533; Coate tt. Mayor Ac, New York, 7, Selwyn 60; 9 Wendell 571. the various remedial writs and first said 2d section. .
Independence, and to set an example to Thus the Town Council WRIT OF ERROR.A I am forced to decide that the superintendaaae, 4
STATE or FLOKIDA ) Intemdanft Court Cowen 604; Gozioler Cor. of Georgetown, 6 by Legislative authority
posterity which those men who lived hundred OVVAL Co, J JTa Tara qf cluoJaril VTheaton 593. have provided that the By-Law in question writ of error lie. when a new jurisdiction ia and control d the Inteadanfs Court of the Town

years ago bad come from their narrow Edward Gordon The charter of the town of Jacksonville gom still may be enforced by distress and sale ormeat. imprison created by Utate, proceeding according to the of Jacksonville fa vested by the constitution the '
common law, in such ewe an appellate court can Supreme Court and not lathe Circuit Court there
further have to them the to ,
they
delegated
homes to dignify by their presence and to Marshal of the Town of Jacksonrflle.JDurtaf power
their and their fore this cause mast be doiuissed want of jurisdiction
bring proceedings correct
up enon.ThLIIII&endaDt.
all law* and ordinance that be From thi review of the division of miademeonrs -
bear the new doctrine expounded and il- on tile 17th day of May, 1354, severaltees pan may necessary of Court i II undoubtly a new JariJdie- in this Court ,
and for the the Incidents their
expedient good government of nU municipal corporations,
lustrated. which were entered m the Intendant's court againstIteddea WILLIAM A.FORWARD -
The principle on Judge km and created b&abate.but i It the
proceeding
town and the of the morals their to enforce By.Lawsby
preservation public ;; delegated powers power
W.
Conrad administers his official duties was I following Judgement Biggs and to Thomas wit Holmes on the beside special duties they an required to do and penalties their power to collect or enforce the here in eccording to common law, it is true the Ordinance Judge tftht Circuit Court tftl. i J
:
to be practically applied, and from the vast perform all inch other act or act a* shall seem necessary penalty by Warrant i 1 I a sotis- provide that all trials shall be conducted Ttait.ra Corcw4'aril4. .
(lIen follow judgment a* above) ate according to the usual forms adopted in Court or I
crowd before him ba was to choose his assistants and best adapted to the improvement and red that it is n D Wes penalty Shakewpear Sllrhtly Altered.
for the coming two No For the separate amount of each of the separate general interest of the town. And were they to by> indictment or prbt and that this offence Justice, and the said com shall be governed by no noire raid a word| !
years. fines m all for the of two hundred and the thus the male the legal rule of construction and evidence. YetI
sum tea neglect to perform duties required of themthey come under proibita But with a look of deepest melancholy I IHeat
crrarv or' roactc BISTH could be considered (210)( dollars, for the offence of violating section would be liable to indictment the rotor. not indictable, consequently not a Criminal do not think tha proceeding, according to the like a patient on.aa ottoman i
.a moment after that fact became tenth_ (10) of the Ordinance of the town of- New, although the powers and ditties of this Charge a* c&mple in the CtaU common law U contemplated thereCore.ria d Waiting for hi* wife to put her bonnet on. : j
known! vuie.And Council are extensive,yet w* would not wish to be The re. Sharpies 4 T. .1. \V1 r* error II not a proper remedy in this cause.
The roll wuea led. The first name was of the laid fine aa enumerated !in the judgment understood admitting they are not without limit; City Council af Aa 4 Geo. PROHIBITION. "Cool as a .
that of Gilbert'Motier Lafayette. "Whatare rendered thereon u copied above, each and on the contrary, we believe the rule of law/fa this .pi the : the Plaintiffs in err A writ of prohibition was a remedy adapted to A few nights since a journeyman printer I .l
every one remain unpaid and the amount thereof respect to be that they are restricted in inch Bylaws that the act of incorporation, became un- the purpose of restraining courts of limited aDd ,
your claims to consideration 1" was the remaining unpaid. rule and regulations a* expressly appear constitutional when the constitution went into affect interior jurisdiction such as. Court of Justice of, notorious among the craft In this CIty for ..i

question of the learned Judge Conrad. You are, therefore hereby commanded and required that prudence required and if not required prudence b it violated the Trial by Jury. the Peace, Court IntendanU Ae, where axerising always being out of aBortaw,. iras returning ; ,p
"They are very few in number," said atuukal la levy upon and take into your poasesaon then U It i in restraint of trade and void a* went into effect to the Spring judicial powers, and persona exercising pow- home from his work'about that "witching
voice ia broken English. "I first and sell a* the law d directs sufficient of the good contrary to the general principle and policy of the o 1845. Tub act o ir had the. been err judicial or quasi judicial.The time of night" when printers gay get I
fought at the Brandywme a lovely stream and ehattSe, land and tenement, of the said Reddeu laws of the State. force and its upon for four case where Court or persons, ererdsing through with their arduous duties and retire
W. tap and Thomas 0. lloJmes to pay and Dunham t.Trustee of Rochester,5 Cowen 462. len during that period it i It not contended that Judicial or quad judicial functions might be re-
ia Cheater aDd Delaware counties and refresh their bodies.
and to rest wearied
was satisfy the said ram of 1120. The amount of the And where a corporation 1*empowered by statute here wa any thing ia the Charter or Us By-Laws trained by a writ of Prohibition are.
wounded for the good of the cause. I did fine aforesaid together with the cost of.suit and to pass inch By-laws u are necessary, the repugnant to or inconsistent with t COat let Where they,assume a jurisdiction which Our typo friend had progressed as far as

some service at Monmonth. I induced also tha east for the collection of the same,and return Bylaw to be valid need not recite that it wa necefwary of tho United State, or the laws te Ter. they have no right to exercise, and Circus street on his homeward way, when
France to help the colonies with money and this warrant when satisfied. t but the necessity will be implied from the o F 2d. Where they have jurisdiction but exercise it suddenly a couple of villainous scoundrels
with mea I aided mcompellmgCornwains Ordinance of said town returned with the record. act of pawing it, being in fact synonymous with a 1b.to find any thing in them in viola. in a manner unauthorized by law. I sprang from their place of concealment
ion 2 General Practice 355.
) of of Chitty'
Cortaadopedbyn ,
expediency.Stayvensant principle Magna
to surrender, sad was present at the siege ORDINANCES. r*. Mayer, Ae, 7 Cowen 606. th. The ease af the Inhabitants of Rutland r* The seized him one by eaCh arm and CODUDmCe-

of.r. I enjoyed the undiminished Fee. 10. Be It ordained by the authority atop,- Tba true teed of all By-laws, says Mr.Justice It will be wen that b England, where Magma County Commissioner of Worchester 20 Pick 71; l'd to rifle his pockets. The disciple'of t

confidence of George Washington," satin That any person or person who may place \ & I*the intention ef the Legislature In grant- ] *, .managementsndareofLAghwsy., was the ease of a body exercising quasi judicial Faustus made no noise or resistance but .
"Where wcreyou born 1"said Judge Conrad any obstruction m say of the street, or any of the lug the charter, and the apparent good of the eorjtoration. by the several statute relative to t lathe under powers. Th County Commisskweri were'entrusted stood perfectly quiet until they had ransacked
,'glowing with enthusiasm at these' eloquent walks of said town(except in ease of.. .) or direction ef tha Justice of tha and Surveyors with certain power formerly exercised by a every pocket or place about his i
and soldier like details. 'Iwas born shall knowingly saga any such obstruction to remain Rex 1'.. Spencer 3 Burr, 1838 5 4 Burr, 22041 and the infringement of the several enact- judicial tribunal namely, the Court of Sessions.fa .- clothes in which there was the slightest
in front of their premise or the premise they 2 B. AC. 602. menu fnrnishaU mostly by forfeitures, writ did issue m that ease,because, on enquiry pro-
in France,is 1787,"was the response. ow1a copy, may,on eotuBlaint made to the &, And whether a.By-law It i reasonable or not, I* a recoverable in a summary p1' into merit, it appeared that there wa* no babilityotan. thing valuable being concealed .
foreigner an nanatnnlaeacitizen,''was Ita fined not exceeding tea dollars and imprisoned question for the court solely. Burn Justice, tit occasion for it ,but without more success than finding .
the'mdignaat <., "Stand bade." not exceeding two day for each and every eBcncet Com.1'.. Worcester, 3 Pick 462. Now thai t mr1& State is in fore, A writ Prohibition i* a proceeding at law and a brass "rule," a cigar and a haifa plug
These are days whea ill acts done by sucha If.slave may be whipped not exceeding tweet.Lve Let u apply these rule to this Bylaw (No.10) the question whether t.anything in the may involve question of fact u well as law. or tobacco. "Well" said &,are you satisfied
man are forroUea and denounced. Yon Uahas and if a free negro at mulatto maybe of the town d Jacksonville, and there can be DO Charter or By-Law of of Jacksonville, The course of proceeding application for writ now yon dd fools you T -Jf. O. .
ud whipped, fined Of imprbonei not exceeding the difficulty in arriving at the conclusion that it I*not thereto? of prohibition k a* follow '
taro fromconsidcraUoabragrate- limit aforesaid. neoMMtent with the charter.On repg& .tel upon it,that The respondent party is summoned and ithe spears Delta.
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I
S tal eepabli" That the suffering the obstruction to remain,alter the part oiL W. Biggs t Co, it i It contended they are contrary am.c the Clt.t ,tha petioner put in the form of a declaration : j JE5T "Six feetuibis boots!P exclaimedMrsParttagton.'Whatwtlithetm
Can Benedict Arnold, and let us hear a knowledge the same, aa unreasonable that this offence i* punishable by the State tow and particularly to tile ground on which ha rest his claim then
his sentiments" was the next observation. length ef time, shall be, deemed a lCICIDIol'elleOi (Digest 505)) and therefore the town cannot enforce That the right. p by jury the respondent pleadl he may either demur rtance
AToicerrpued: *I fought form and so w. a penalty. Il forever IYa traverse and deny the fact alleged, and if so, the of this world come to I wonder Why,they
veil but ia evil hour coon.tryLomgand See.38. Be it, X That the trial of all offences I I think differently. A By-law of a municipal r Cm in the ease of the question k tried in the usual course proeeedinp might just as reasonably tell me that the
; aa I that may aria under tha Ordinance of the tow of nrporaUon, imposing penalties for particular offences Flint River Steab Company, vi. R Allan a&Ia. man had six heads in his hat T*
deserted and betrayed her to the English. : Jacksonville,shall be had before tha Intendant the ; ,doe not seem to be void merely became i Cfr, 2 Reports, page l 1.Saunders Report 136 non ((1)) 7 Wendell 613 f

I was born ia Coonecticot m 17401 said lat sitting and composing. a eo.rUor general law of the State imposes penaltie* for the a able construction to that portion o our C 2 HOI K.Y.363;Ynm N.T. 195, l' Wendell 4SS. J53 A young lady printer, in Cmcracmnati .
That UsofBdcBt,bnvcandworthyson*.- that 1 purpose| sad aH trial haft be conducted ae- same offence. ation.. The prohibition. to the Inferior Court aDdtotU Ohio daily) in the streets
L.'x Oft case is already decided in your iavor. carding lathe usual form adopted in court of ., Roger vAJone, 1 \. 237{ The City,of. Chief Jut Douglas b delivering the opinion .ti.J Bloomer, costume., .appearsin An excellent
farm
Justice, and the saM court i halt be governed by London r*.Vanacra, 12 Modern, 272. said! If Um exposition rfawritofproklbition, Is ear
.I wiJJenroll ia the liets.of
goat name high the lepl nJtJ oC coaatnat and erio.1eute. And If this, then, be the law, anti hare been trait. To Constitution says. TUB right o trial by rect,it will b* ttm, that K b tm th*rrop r fame- to make a roper tntprwfc with.
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Gleanings f from our Exchanges. JG3T A letter Jrom onboard the U; XXICXLLAiniOTri : .
of Jacksonville. S.I >Ml.2P
[From Ou Ancient City] i ;; Health ,' .
ji1jt
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DISUNION. ht t _The' Impression may have gone abroad, 't1: Mr., 'Sumner of Massachusetts! Ship Susquehanns thus d.cib the first.! 'A society of vegetarians iaWa" >hingtoq -

I hare bees*. faithful partixan in the from the 'exaggerated report of contagious finds his higher law position in tho United Japanese views eta : boast. that none of itbeir ambera

:Whig rants; and among tho Broadest of my. disease formerly existing among us,' that States scnate,...rather a 'marked( if not an "The magnetic''telegraph and locomotive I I are evtr kk,with renrOKC clxilenufri.v5 ./
';acts,I reckon the mite, contributed in connection i This is attracted their attention more than all the
*1( with other Southern Whigs, in the JACIffiONVILLE.: our location is an unhealthy one. cncomibrtahle, one. ,MnjCIay hold the following rest, particularly the Utter. .'ye: U fa said that? ,tber*' a*

conciliation of our party in 1850,' so that 1854. far,from. being the case. .Situated on an : picture before the Senate: ed the delicate workmanship c thirty thousand clerks U the city of lJ. .

North and South, worked in harmony to SATURDAY, JULY 22, elevation which overlooks one of the most "Bach characters, though rare, may be found, plicated a minutely a.watchmaker or1 _

allay sectional! prejudice,' and bring ,about beautiful rivers in the world, and continu- and have been known. I can give from memory, would p of,a watch. Ty were X3T The Sister- of
a union of sentiment. We were then crown DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION. of the which Uw general outline of one portrayed by Mr.Dick- perfectly satisfied that vessels od Cty'.hve'f
fanned the breezes sea b'pr charge in the
ed with success a mutual forbearance'took 'ally by en*, in hii novel David Oopperlelll..ua et pelted the water,by, for sin
miles of land L:rich Uriah wu mean, yet affected honor o bg"wt I been of taking
pine Heefv {
over only twenty aba
place, our hot head effervesced and when FOR ErPRESrifTATIVE TO CONGRESS, sweep three a
malignant feigned benevolence o sters h tem of their
was :yet |presump- l
the time came we Argot and forgave.. ]I before it reaches us;,with no large swamps toots yet pretended humility| Instigated ethers to evidence fa i they shod g principles.JCS".M .-*" -v propogtte J

was then aa laninow satisfied,that nothing A., E.J ,MAXWELL and marshes in our vicinity,our location is violence he dared not commit,yet assumed an air see a'carriage propelled on land by le

could take place, that could not with AmcN healthful and far more comfortableas of oftaeekneM suggested crime and incited others was t them wonder upon wonder. :' reMire orr
r
more to their conttnbsion, yet bore himself with studied pwr To peters
cans be healed without disunion. was; the engine
With this I to that 'rr Copies of the "News" may be had a summer residence, than manytownsunder : amenity of manners,and choice eipreestow of benignity t t J w l.eer ugtn d George
feeling am pained see and and .
placed
at T. M. McMUlen's Apothecary Hall, on latitude. From all We have inch a character on this floor. I upon pt -opration tw 'uy*
the editor of the Florida Sentinel, in that a high Northern have of if when they saw
street. suggested our mean rebuking, we cannot i i
paper of the 27th nit, is plowing into sectional Bay 5- atmospheric disease Jacksonville is most tHence him j of disabling, if we cannot disarm car at the rate fifteen or twenty miles JCSTTwenty-three sees of cholera

conflict. The editor proposes not Democratic Nominations.The remarkably. A case of genuine Asiatic him. If.we cannot check individual-abases, we hour, and carrying five o six a reported in Brooklyn, New Yo wn Friday -
only to wash hit hand of all sympathy with is when tho sown ,may preserve the dignity of this body. lice can surprise was pr stopped eight of which resulted o Several .
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tune,, approaching people Cholera 'never k on the banks of comple. deth
was this eternal
x '' not restrain or prevent warfare upon
+ Northern Whiggery, but he There they gathered in crowds and eases also reported
"are schisms says. of Florida will, again: determine who the St. Johns even when that disease was the feelings and right of southern gentlemen,we aud ] a Wii
no among 1'-1, to jar at ve had an desire to examine the inside bur.
of his We
rob tbel81'pellt fangs can parsslay iten ______
"know but sentiment pervades the Whig shall represent them in the national Con- ravaging other portion of the Union.It to find what made it
1't every ize his influences by placing him In that nadir of possible go; t is stated that the
.I.j ... "party in Florida,and that sentiment if a gress. The Democracy, of the State, is the ark of safety to which. ,those can social degradation which he merits. I am surprised they out the smoke-box door and the i r States of authorities

:,','. .. "1Mimof our party obligation to North- In Convention at Madison on the 10th oi fly who dread this disease, as i it Is to the I repeat, I am surprised, that honorablemen furnace door, but could see nothing but I ning to be alarmed Gmrl the a begin
bat southern should far
"ern especially men, so
a
,; : \n.iggeryc fire and smoke they into the smoke- nng
,". > For the last four the Union men July' having: unanimovsly nominated the hundreds of pulmonary patients who annually forget their rights, and those of their constituents, ; Jook.e after I tion to the United Se
,
years having
their duties to them; aa well as to themselves, at though very cautiously, .
lIon. A. E. Maxwel'ourcandidate hoist pip
both North and South have been endeavoring we hither to inhale the bland and
:
: resort
to lend any countenance to ihuch a character as I sen the steam snorting from ittet such a JG2T The counties of Kent and
to conciliate,and no paper in the Union our banner, with his name inscribed thereon i often the flower perfumed breezes of eau have portrayed" furious rt. There were about 2,000( Ann in Maryland, have J been Q

I.: ,; has been more lavish in denunciation of any i and shall keep it waving, until our victory winter. Senator Butler of S. C. thinks the Senator people- Jet there appeared to be that tremendous* nail storm'; the damage
;j one, who would not suffer destruction rather I number-who came see it and it was to fruits 'and dn
'. at tho polls in October next shall have from Massachusetts is representing Mr. t gardens, ornamental
: than aid in dissolution, than the Sentinel" z- The Republican regards us as inconsistent with some difficulty, first, tht any of itnse. Some of the hail t I
I been a
Sumner instead of his state and the atr.
'v uses .
.: under its former Proprietor. Anyone won.To in touching upon his position on them could be persuaded to upon it, cured nine inches in .
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ter ; then, who attempted to excite the prejudices following language. but their off and
.
the People of Florida.BE shyness soon wore i '
the Nebraska bill and in the
same
:i-; of the South against the North, was called that Northern ; paper, "Cut sir, do you suppose that I shall be pro- gers could be,had in abudc; five p1- JC2" The cholera b been making jarful
:." ;. by the types of that paper "a fire cater" a IT REMEMBERED: every extracting from the speech of Mr. Seward, voked into an assault upon Mamuchiuett 1 No, could seat .themslves OJ the ravages in the ,;as
eiy
f ;." disunionist.,"&e.t Whig, comprising Fillnioro Whbjs or Silver of Georgia, while! Mr. S. entertains nearlythe sir; Massachusetts and Boston! ,so far as I can see, tender and car. w nr amusing,a hundred are said to have mJ"Cour its vic
very
I> ', What a change has como over the organ? Grays, Seward Whigs and Grcely Whig, same views as himself in regard to the have the Confederacy done their,duty in spite, and of stand their vindicated misrepresenting before railroad in Jap.I Who would ever have tims in a single day,and the whole nub

:.. Wefhul it now spread the fires of disunion! fell into tho line of Abolitionism, en masse, question. The difference however is this: abvocate. Sir, what I said to the gentleman wu thought of thing but Uncle Sam 7 of deaths, since the Ct.o t.
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":!1 -In 1850 tho J language o of tho Sentinel was and voted against tho NEBRASKA DILLOn all the not to him as tho Representative of the people of The first locomotive, too, ever in operation epidemic, h re fT. U .
4., "ourselves nothing, our country all. In Mr. Seward M"S1 waive objec- Massachusetts, either as they were or as they are. hi built out and out at I
a,,. 1854 it sate, "a waiver of our party obligations the other. hand, bo it remembered, tions I have to this bill, and give it my I did not magnify him into the Representative of Jap tell you that I take Nor great dealofpride jpy The Wilmongton Herald says:_

to Northern 11'hiFgcryuntil that par I that a gallant phalanx of Northern Democrats support. I believe that the whole south Massachusetts. In assailing the small target at in it. I "We have the gratifying intelligence from
'. ty shall itself of its abolition adjuncts I with tho South routed those I shot, I never assumed! that I WM going to Washington, that the House of.
cAt in'
make
purge joined stopping the gentleman Repm
will be found cordially supporting it, and an assault upon the gravity,thejlignity, and ever
''-. and free soil proclivities. I may be dull, ( tatives on Monday passed the here
Abolition forces!, Ahorse,foot and dragoons, tho historical reputation of Massachusetts. chard; oftheMissi8sippiwouldexclaim J
: :' but certain it i is that I at loss in discoveringanynew"adjunct3"and'"procliritiu" that the national men of the north will tofore adopted Senate making
am I anappropriation
at the of his voice--"Passengers
; .\ and secured the passage of the bill! This Even the Boston Allan in regard to Mas- top
_. also and yield their support for the of
come up please show their i imprnt ;our
1 in the Whig party of tho North, that did was no triumph of a sectional measure, but while the Republican docs not waive all sachusetts confirms Senator Butler's view for Gone Ka get tickets"-"Pasngr bar and harbor." amount of the appropriation

I not exist in 1850, or still later in 1851. It one of justice and right, over fanaticism objections.We of the case, and repudiates Mr. Sumner's their baggage"-"Passengers for Jeddo secre will is 314,0

is true the adoption by Congress of tho vindication of tho position' in the following words: their tickets before
and wrong. It was a plea secure they get .
extracted from Mr. Seward's Robert the
speech zMr. Schuyler defaulter -
,
involved in the Nebraska bill"
I principles Constitution and placed all sections of this I "We cannot subscribe to what he says of his constitutional in the c"-then the whistle would is the the
sund same man Boston Transcript
him be sound when ,
believed
has changed malcontents. Theynow being because we to obligation We have been taught to and the bell ring,to give intimation
in the North instead of the South,-other Union again upon the same fair and equal he says: "I hold, in the absence of any lawn obey the Constitution as interpreted by any*Snprcftp was and warning to tt says that a few month ago had conscientious -

, 1 than this change of latitude, there is no footing, intended by the framers of that I. the southern take. Court, and not as interpreted by any private tie then up or two and pestr scruples running mail trains o
disaffection between the North and territory, .a man: may : individualWe hops it will turn out that he the New Haven Rail Road on Sundays.
- t more South "abolition compact. I his property within the jurisdictional limits bas not been correctly reported." again. It was conducted in true Yankee There are a 'Yew more the same sort

free-soilproclivities"than, nor any more there adjunctsand were Here, then, was a test question. The of that territory,and that he would be protected style. The Japanese_were _highly pleased, left." _o
and expressed their admiration in the warmest -
. in 1850whereas! the editor now says the same: forces under the same banner, in future in that property." Holding,as he did, zm man called the"AngelGabriel" terms. The whole affair was conduced Tar IT.-Just before going to bed eat

Northern Whigs "stood by us and helpedto can overawe Abolitionism, put down these views, and believing United States prime minister of the devil, seems! to have under the immediate superintendence two pig's feet and a cold apple-pie. In less

save the Union. actionists, and banish sectionalism: from law to be superior to any usage,Mr. Seward the faculty of carrying blood and flames Mr. Gray, Chief Engineer of the Mississippi. than an hour you will see a snake larger

,. What was the course of the Northern the political arena. the bill wherever he goes. What a comment upon Its operation was perfect; not the smallest than a hawser, devouring eight blo1
his cordial to
towards the Southern support ,
Whig Whigsin gave
party
bolt (and some of them are indefinitelysmall chickens which have just fr
Ten would have saved the the of that
righteous men enlightenment our country
ep
1850 it of conciliation for
was not one which the Republican cannot, although ) having given nor the slightest monster with sorrel eyes
. bearance, long suffering, &c. Korthern doomed city ofthe plain; but these ten were comprising a part of the "whole South" of this poor ignorant itinerant should possessa accident having occurred to it. It made overcoat-Exchange paper.z. a l-ho

Whigs were then smarting under the propositions not to be found! It is thus with the Whig which Mr. Seward speaks.The : power almost equal to that of Peter the the circuit of the track from three and a

of"secession adjuncts and disu- party at the North-not ten men have been Hermit in stirring up the passions of men. halite four times a minute, and it being a- -When a Russian soldier is drawn
nion proclivities" of the South, who were Republican again says that it Knever bout 370 feet in circumference would be for the conscription he i sent to the near
flowing ,
bund it of Florida will
Read the
rushing in lino of the Nashville Convention. to save Whigs alleged: that the South was debarred fromcarrying : to of fifteen miles hour est town and there quartered! All soldiersare

' I Did not Mr. CiBELour Representative then you still cling to those who have so insolently slaves into the territory," "but RIOT AT BATH MAIXE-A correspondent of the equal this was a performed speed carrying per six grown considered to be legally dead men, and
: in the "watch tower" 1 Will affiliate with Boston Mad furnishes that paper with tho particulars i if wife docs not her hssband for five
Congress being on see
spurned you you a It could have been driven to a
that it is prohibited from so doing by the of the recent riot in Lath which resulted in perom. up a
c' advise Southern Whigs to participate in SEWARD, aSu.MJ.ER, or a GREELY ? Your the destruction by the rioters of a Roman Catholic higher but this was to an- years she may marry One Rn
' that Convention? Did he not loudly talk is No! What will do then? law, or as we term it, the usage of Louisiana. Church. It seems that on 'Ihunl evening, J. I swer spe for which scent intend woman who was born agn blind J1
: of repudiating,Northern Whigs &c. not- answer you ." Now, if it is willing to accept of Mr. 5. Orr had been speaking for space of about an ed" 't'a united to hersixteenth hvsbaadJTgg

.", withstanding! all this the Northem11i Again you answer: "We will come forth Seward's position it will hold this usageof hour to a crowd 0 fifteen hundred persons, gathered -
.. j received shafts and taunts and from Gomorrah and form in the vicinity of Sagadahoe and Lincoln It is strongly says aWashington ,
party, our a new party-a the' Tint Two
no account, "waive"' its objections, and Bank. At about a cry was simpljineouljr l- Greaaries letter that rmor tie
r by a firm course, succeeded in bringing Southern Whig party!" and this,too,knowing raided throughout the multitude, 'ifby There are but two parties in this country 0
believe that we are not so much ol rusticated & British colonies is to
about such unison of to the Ian- "
I action use that will be powerless-that as a previous concert, "To the Old South, "Down -the democratic party and THE OPPOSITIONTO .meric b aJit
i of the Sentinel you in the matter after alL ed in person some one
I cuage helped to dare the with the Old tc, and the crowd ie- rya
: Union in 1850." small sectional part', without the aid of ately rushed South"t Church known as THAT PATY. The present is one of those family,and that ultimately they are to constitute

. The Sentinel says, the difference between the Democracy, you will be ridden over. j Z:y The Florida Sentinel, in speaking South which was a large substantial building, a occasions when the whig party passes almost a separate kingdom for tome one o?
feet 10, built of wood, ISO: out of men's Other .
Southern Whigs and Democrats is, that the rough shod, by your former companions in of the nomination of Gov. Brown by the reahng tho by spot the door was immediately i lp names supersede the memores. Other Queen Vicr'. cdren Neither Union ind*

:". Southern Democrats,"claim sympathy with arms, who now glory in being Abolitionistsand Whigs of Gadsdcn and Leon, says that he open, the mass rushed in, and immediatelycommenced influences rice above ne it. Some are forgiving pne nr ation 1 t *
: Northern affinities creeds and sentiment demolishing the breaking and by t
pews oppito t
it because it has been used
Freesoilers will the nomination tendered him
;. tut at present developed," while Southern accept destroying everything thitoonld be reached..Large bane up bad others because fo government of Lord Elgin lr.
Whigs do not. What is it that is Forget, then, for a while the fond memories and enter into the contest with a determination timbers were brought a the demolition of the purposes by men ; ritt. _
"preienl
about it others
it has an odor of suspicion ,
;
t developed1?" is it not-what, the Northern of:a name, which is now but a name- to wrestle with his competitor, who- The building building attempted WM shortly on berlng.r.piple like an old garment it has served RESVB.RECTIOS. learn that a J1

Whigs call the Nebraska Fraud T if so, I "A rose (your rose' ) would smell as sweet ever he may be, as did"Jacob of old. We thirty places, and i half an hour the structure bu. Every little section, heretofore in Windsor died yesterday morning
cannot perceive any harm in Southern Democrats was levelled and mob had disappeared. Several banded under the of a coffin and shred were procured, 'arid Ib
by any other name.. Join the great Dem- believe> Jacob wrestled with an angel, and name whig, now
sympathizing with such :Northern engine companies mae feobe effort t Ippr for and there almostas body was prepared for The arrangements
aflinitifa On the contrary, I commend ocratic party of the South, which, shorn of although we have never heard whether he the eJagt says tho rio our- netting us itsl there; a fur the Intret were
for the its Abolition and assisted that fall it is recorded red and the perpetrators the many nes a a OrUztonS. cmplet
them itJ-this was course persued adjuncts, by gotL; or not, certainly outrage are wel known. We much mistake the Meanwhile the democratic party stds and a the undertaker was

by Whigs commended in 1850 which brought about a noble phalanx of tho North, that has just that he got his thigh put out of joint. sentiments principles o the 1,1 a order tact and upright,and nobody think the in the coffin,last evening lb revived,'ao4

result so upon by the Sentinel, passed unscathed from the fiery furnace, is loving portion of the community in the overthrow or of the decay of tic this off -
and the Southern Democrats by adhering JJ2ET Our late townsman' Gen.,James actors m this{ outrage are not brought to justice. mom De/roir sIpt
"u party. The odds and ends of how-
to their union with Northern Democrats- now nearly, if not quite, strong enough to ftion Trb1e.AJRICA"
i. Pcden, who was some time since appointed ever, like the little people GutTr'S
set aside sectional'! feeling and jealousies,and carry national: election. OFFICERS ORDERED HOME.

pursue that course of conciliation, which in Your interest your affinities are withus. Charge de Affairs at Buenos Ayres, is The Divining Rod. Travels titudinous, who but bind tiny their huge think that by It i sid all the Americ army, and

will the Democratic now to be Resident Minister. Our relations A of tho Charleston Sler- bnd. officers in .have.
my opinion, place partyas As friends of the Union,then join withus correspondent common attack may crush it to navy on furlough Europe,
saviours of the Union in 1856. Enter- with that portion of South America says that having suffered much for on We shall Union. been called home. The Secretary of Want
in that Fanata- cur see.-
tainingthese views, I now proclaim (and crushing hydra-headed pies refused to grant furlough Bonaparte -
rendering such an office necessary. v want of watcron his plantation, he at length to Uet
there who will cism,which is winding its slimy coils aboutour in but
are many Whigs join me,) now on applicationbeing
Pa
determined to a Mr. Madison The Smasher.
that is if sectional lines are drawn kin the country, and threatening its destruc- ANOTHER SIGN or THE TIMES.-We try Lpr's referred it was gnat
;' Whig shall unite with the Dem-, powers with tho rod. Ho We have received the first number of a ed condition that Preiidt further
we ,
party tion. Join the great national party, to would call the attention of our readers to a on go n
ecratic party in saving the Union in 1856,- hiding nine where water fit for u spicy little sheet with the above title,pub than France, and that bis stay should
we will not participate in any sectional or- which you, even now, ghe your admiration, communication signed "Whig, which we could never well:. before ; lished in Mied e. The Sma very b

ganization. and many, your secret approval. find in the Ancient City, and have transfer- an independant ''Special Express"of its own lit
be likely
virtue
A WHIG OF ST. JOHNS.JE We do not make this appeal to sectional red to our columns. "As to this as much may benefit possessed from by it oer by which it receives important intelligencefrom DECIDEDLY PERSOXAIWe pahlsned;a

l; prejudice; we would not array the South doe,receiY I will give such directions a will enable. hv any all parts of the world thus caving theeditor .day or two since, saying of the Brv. (?)

: : There is scarcely a large town in E3T: The Georgia Home Gazette comesto one desirous of making the trial to do so. For this the labor of manufacturing his ow Henry Ward Beecher, tht be.w. 1d vo

,' the Northern or Western States where the solely against the North; but wo do wishto us this week clothed in mourning for pUre,cut a fork or a long slender Riteh of news. In the present dearth of exciting against the Nebraska even th .
present a grand national of all the hickory, plum ; matter induced to draw the columns ballot-box In the
!' x cholera does not'exist, though in none of array Robt.A.White one of the proprietors walut pah.. oive we are on were pl a
Maj. in short, The
or> ,
and that will any siz may pf The Smasher for the following ex- The Wheeling that
them is it prevalent New York good; men : true, at once cower replies everyman
very little smaller than
or a common
a
>
larger
of that who died tho 4th hist. at
Philadelphia,Boston,Providence,Baltimore, faction, and make our Union hereafter what paper, on b[ If a fork U ct hold the end fork g tracts from its latest despatch by "LectricEpitaphSavannah has a right to vote in his own p

s New Haven, Cincinnati, &c., &c., have all it intended to be forefathers the early ago twenty-seven. land, with the end the tlb and with the f>eva. tine I
was by our
point by of the two "But the great item by the arrival is the
had more or less cases, chiefly, but not all, ; then
the vicious. As we have hardly a harmonioqs one. Against such a party, jamThe steamer Hancock that groun- hd bring the with and the two thumbs near disastrous fight that took place under the A BeaNING Swxa&-Captain BLtx-
among and if switch, bold MEa,of the schooner Virginia Griffiths,arrived
a straight one
reached there is of course rans-atlantic machination and domestic ded near Dames's point, on the 4th of July ; breeches of O-dear-sir, when more
mid-summer
end in each hand,with the thumbs turned sever last evening from
some anxiety to know whether it is in future treason will be powerless. The moment in a sinking condition,has been got off, ands and the palms upwards; then br the b outwa ner thousand Turkies encouter Il Ijes that on Monday night :, to" fpr

: to be confined, as now, to sporadic this grand political battle shall have been again afloat. together, bending the switch Cor bow I ty's body guard, Rush.-Ba as,saw a on fire, supposed ltt.
arch between them. Thus division the Turkies took the 6ter t.l
cases,or whether it is to become epidemic, or upwards, lr wrong
fought and won, our institutions will be walk leisurely about in different prp to and fell into the mouth of loaded coton
i r. :, as in 1832. The number of deaths then by Monroe' Southern Banker glor ,
tr it la wished find and the switch r From the description of the vessel
to we
water
placed a basis that will not be shakenor i tam they chawed to
upon were
> cholera in thie city was greater in one day We have received the July number of of itself, the holder the virtue Da-b think is a strong that it
than it is with the centuries-the mission of our dwnwrd found places by Prince Jaw-bone toeki. The ter probity
now quadruple popula- countrywill water will exactly under D. .
this publication comprising a Bank Note power b was steamer ,
tion, in a week. Considering that the again approach its high fulfilment. where the It may happen? that n All-lied armies of France and England were her AdU.whih
"c Fourth of July occurred hut week, the Reporter and Coin Chart. It is published streams r pt over fmmel, there- sight of this sad destruction of life, and put into this port on voyage
York and left
number of deaths by cholera in this city rzr The Florida Sentinel, after having monthly by J. Monroe & Co., Charleston, Core several trials in may be ne did not come to the rescue. I is reportedthat van New ,with naval on Thursday,
instant laden
stores,
but if the rod turns of itself need ,
x (98) was(less than might have been reason- paused, as the sailors say, to bring up tho S. C. Terms, two dollars a year.Acknowledgment Csl doubt From the great thor Irh St. Arnaud he didn't 6t

ably expected.-AT. Y. Journal of Com dead where this, Curu will, doubt care d-n he wanted some Turkey hisself. "D.L. ADAMS" Uf1leu
and
reckoning see we are, appears persons n b TIe SUJI gTc
It this is slander.
Prince
a
merce.THE doubt and ridicule it; bat a few to state that .
5 r at length to have got his bearings, Wo are indebted to Senator Mallory for lands of one who'passumee this TI Imi1it Jaw-bnetowk the big b acted with was in port at Xo steer 12th mast,

'. BRITISH WEST INDIA MAIL STEAMER and hoisting all sail,, is off upon his course. the valuable Census Report and other doc- vince any one that I open to gat began upon Se ThudayJat) AR glon Itwaaoatlo

: : THREATENED. The steam sloop-of-war iVe suppose that he is fully aware of that Turkic'breast works-then upon the night that the burning ship was

:; Argus, Commander Purvis, anchored here course, like some of the passages on our uments. z The Constitutionalist and R left wing, then up the right, then in the .seen off t 9t.-Sav Republican.

yesterday>'tthis and sailed or steamed jfrj: : Peaches are abundant in our mar- lic (Geo.) tho following in rear, ending \ desperate charge into
for Jamaica. Her in peninsular coast, being filled with reefs and h rerenc the breach where lie'
morning ; object ket. We heard of fine lot found all sorts of JVom the Seas RepublicanCongressional.
a nearly as largeas
< to these was for the of shoals which he skilful will the strength of the Spanish upon and .
coming parts purpose as a pilot, endeavor provision spices, stored away in abun
+ s conveying the steamer Dee,as two privateers to avoid.. He Is.an older mariner apples being sold for one dollar a bushela ba; dance. W.HmGN Jay 15

; c are said to be lurking about in these latitudes than ourself, but we will take tho libertyof few days ago. "It will not require one-half scarcelyonefourth The Senate to-day aOl ntt
}
,;, : Unluckily, she arrived a few hours which rumor says Florida Democratic Convention. Japan treaty, ,
or t
too late. -We hear that the Devastation is warning him to beware of the currents. Tho Southside Democrat.-has the following is organized for the invasion, to obliterat A gentleman who arrived here yesterday, -

to come for the express purpose of convey- Northern winds are certain to change the in regard to the death of Dr.Burnett, from the Island every vestige of Spanish by the southern boat, informs us that the Cholera .

ing the Teviot on her homeward trip.-Cor. currents about this coast, and unless he who became well,known to most of our cit- despotism so cruelly oppressing the Democratic Convention,which met at Madi- CoirxBiA. .JtJr 17.1
Panama Star. The wonderful achievements last for the The cholera is increasing in i phkt-
of
watches!, his vessel may get ashore before izens during his residence in Jacksonville people. son Monday, selection of a candidate .
our part of which were vol ,to erpresent Florida in the Con- and New'York.
' BAKE or ST.MARY'S-The Mobile Even- half the voyage is accomplished, for "dead and at Magnolia,last winter: trJ 1 landing at Ver Cruz to gress of tho unanimouslynominated net There base been no cases a in BU
Unit States yt
ing News of the 7th lust, says: reckonings" are very uncertain. I "We notice in the Boston papers tho account! of the capture city 200,000 inhabitants the more. *_._
oUlexcor.
A private despatcn from Montgomery, received i Dr.Waldo, Barnett of that city,on Saturday is of what Americans first ballot. ) who ot
this morning, announces that the JC3T The Whigs of Dnval county helda last, at the age of 25. Many of oar readers will' ,do soiL Or iot f JG3T tetters from Paris state\tnat J.

Supreme Court had just affirmed the decreeof I meeting at the Court House,in this town; remember a till, pale consumptive looking young "When can this on last foreign achievement crowned acquainted nb doubt of Florid plitic expresses N, BONAPARTE, Esq.;of Baltimore.'and )
who rpentsome days In our city several weeks IuWEL Lieut U S,, Aru
Court in this son
the in the ,
Ch&cery
city ,
on the evening of the 15th inst. and issued slate the series of brilliant victories which filled BBU.TJ'orthe
of St. John Powers and Co. attracting attention, not only from the by a handsome majority. He thinks Mr. who visit the'Iw-
from
r case againstthe their prospectus for the campaign. They intense by his evident suffering, bat the world with astonishment at Americanprowess YULEE'S election to the United States Sen ivttion'
Bankorst. John G.Winter et and the ex- ,. r,
Miry
his passion for the science to which he had I OI
there not than about the Flbrida pror
were more by Legislature next winter
recommend the of Gen. thosedistinguished
Edward been received
names devoted his life. That man wu Dr. the at most cordially by
als.The decree of the Chancellor established Hopkins[ for State Senator, and CoL S. B. naturalist and author. With the seal of death upon SOOO effective men in the field under the a successor' to Mr. MORTON, eu cer-, personages. Apartments in

the claim: St. John,Powers&Co.,against Thompson and Columbus Drew for him,he had started from the orange groves of .eric flag. We greatly doubt whethar t-I. Gtg : the Palace.Royal hv been ted tem
; the Winters and the Bank of" St. Mary's Representatives Florida, where he had pawed the winter, and"fol the Spanish for in Cuba are i the
in the Legislature subject to lowing the strawberries" to Ute his own expression superior to those of during that andthey'a1p
for$ ,900,the amount of a draft drawn by Z'L.te occounts from Pngett's Sound I hieut.'B. appears in
he was his with before : h
,
wending no hope
the Bank in. favor of St. John. Powers & the decision of a county Convention to as- him to his mother's and way his own home In the old campaign, while hi esprit de cor and in represent the danger of a collision betweenthe I full Anierian"fomo.PraATES' .. -f

Co. And that John G. Winter Junes S. semble on the 1st of August They also Bay State. Affable in manner, highly educated motives for gallant" ds mani- British authorities at Vancouver's Island -s >

Winter &Co., and the Bank should pay the acquiesce in tho nomination of ex-Governor and possessed of a mind whose activity beamed festly be inferior. and an United States officer in that 11'*"THE 'McDrrEi BAKiA3.Inconsequence
came.JGSTThe. forth in strange contrast with his pallid cheek and part of Oregon where the Bellevue Islands ofthe increasing number of
Brown, for Congress providing no State wasted frame Dr. B. made, daring his stay in CONFESSION or A Moanzaxa.-.The Galveston U situated upon the that beingone pirates h the': the Stt"cnu {

New York Herald of Saturday Convention shall be held.jam Petersburg, many warm friends, who will learn .(Texas) News understands that of the islands in S Ju England ; tt .Ulite
with regret that he hu pasted to noon,.alas t for i ,
says a great change has come over the his! own fame and for the good of science. Shultz-now under sentence of death in and the United States. Governor T ssls corning,to the' Meter'to
\i atmosphere, bringing us back from burning We would call: the attention of that city for a rll Douglas, of Vancouver's Island, p have the crews supplied :

i heat almost to the verge of ,winter. The our readers to the advertisement of the KILLED BT THE EXPLOSION or A CAN- fession,not murer.me Btem an armed body of seventy-five h!, Teand, du tle voyage I to'prsetlae r

I\!thermometer was down yesterday sixty- Alachua Military Institute, in another xoN. -Rev. J.H. Cargill;of the Methodist andJett but also'of a long cataoeoC, prevent the seizure of sheep belonging t crew I' t ru;alsa a .few f the long

one degress thirty degrees,below the ave- column. Church, who had just been stationed at ,murers and crimes I the Hudson Bay Company,by,the' United American rifles that te i'ire'into

rase of last week. It commenced raining Montrose by the Conference at its recent of many years. He cfc to having States Collector. Someclashing of author any suspicious at'p getting -

.r on Thursday night, and kept it np pretty JEST The brig Harbinger, which went session at Waverly, was killed by the discharge killed a old pensioner hi Knoxville, Ten! ity between the officials of the two governments too dose;1 and u:this IsT carried oat,

industriously yesterday. It was really ashore near Nassau river bas been off of a cannon on the 4th of July, at nessee, before ne came to for,which had recently:occurred: since which each merchant vessel wit b enabled to
I.' yesterday quite cold; and ,overcoat were got SusquehannahjPa. It appears he was stan lie was tried and Tex also confesses 1 time Governor D leas, has made an attempt protect herself front ,whh in most

1 not uncomfortable. Ihigia strange T ath1 -! by her purchaser, ftpt Chub WID,1.DdtM4uptp neat the cannon when it.was being t having shot Col. Ttel in h tent to arrest te Unt States. sees,'arises from want of and

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In the Light-house Appropriation Bill, BY TELEGRAPH.LATER HENRY EX W. CALKK,. iPRIFI&B saoL V V ,

. .*toJdi: pawed the Howe on the .13th Inst, PROM EUROPE. Bay Street C01lrUSDIli ., I 1

aDd whJ1ri1l probably pass Senate are npriE Sakvriber has received a large and elegant Steam Saw Mill, Cora Mill, gfclacU, Vt .t
items for Florida r: ARRIVAL CF TIlE FRANKLIN. X gsortttMOt c( GOODS, diferent kinds, S K Lath and PIatn1agIonh1aa, V : -Ai V

the foDowii NEW You, July 18. tleced by himself and particularly adapted to the located at East end of the city .
ar to
of useWbeco Egbt, prepared
Forth erection aEght-l wants of this section of the country. lie respect
The U.S. Franklin from Harre execute
steamship 0 en for
to serve a* a range for the channel across the bar ally invites a call from his old customers, and the V.
!. pUcof the present light-houseat the month for New York, went ashore Montauk public generally. His stock consists, ia part,of LUMBER, SHINGLES, AND LATHS,

a JeliA'river, fa addition to the balance of the,4jsti Point jcstenkj morning, and U now.in a STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,GROCER. at moderate prices, deliverable on their wharf tor

*, apprered A8 g st thlrty-first, eigh- critical situation. Her passengers rived IRS,HARDWARE,CUTLERY, WOOD AND shipment, *r oa the street for atr us.wTu1a1 .
teen hundred and *fty-.wo, for the preservation of at the city this morning safety-: CROCKERY ARE, BOOTS AND : VASIL'f

UM site, which k hereby thousand wiade dollar application to the Latest from the Seat of War. SHOES,HATS AND CAPS,FANCY Apply, E.A. IttCOTTES, .
tame objects\ fifteen ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. OB the premises.K. JtaiV
btiildm* OB'S> proper cite, and elevating The Austrian troops hare entered Moldavia PERFUMERY., &c., Ac.AQof C. Cora groand. on ton, at any 1aov of the -
MIl refitting with the mart appeared Uluninatingpparatu from which the Russians bare not day. July 15-6m
,
the fight-bouee! at Pensacola, twenty.f the above Goods will be sold on as good
yet withdrawn. An Austrian army of J J-, terms as at any house in this city. -1 _
re thousand dollars. TQ.: '- Pu TO.
For bsjoys for the Et John's bar and river, two 000 men have been ordered to drire them July 22 U. E.W. CLARK. -

thousand dolIa". out and to force them beyond the river TIlE UNDERSIGNED, meeesum to Hrjcmr I "' .
and with the mart appeared Sercth. A riolent collision Notice. No. 3 UoJnm :
for elevatiag fitting between the A N Impression prevailing that the Steamer Building haTe' ia V L.. I
Illuminating apparatus the Iijlhtbuv1OOor; at two annies is considered certain. 1. FLORIDA been permanently withdrawnfrom tore and for sale t ,,:...,
Florida fifteen thousand dol&rs'Foi' A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF -
Cape shoal The Russians seem to continue retiring the Charleston line, this is to inform the public -
the beacon on Rebecca ,
thousand completing dollars. from Wallachia and the right bank of the that rhe has been only temporarily laid up for MERCHANDIZE.Consisting I ;; 11.
ire and win be the line in few
Danube. repair, upon again a
For iron buoys, for Key West harbor and approached weeks. J. W. CALDWELL of Dry Goads, Groceries, Provisions,
thousand five hnndred dollars. The official of the Czar to the Aus- ; 4
one reply July 13, 1954. Agent, Charleston. Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware,
For a small beacon-light near or on Fort McRea, rim summons, to evacuate the Principalities .%Other papers in the Earl will copy two week Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery and a
Peruacola, ooe thousand dollars. ,has not been received.but it is believed Urge assortment of Books and Stationery, and all "
For two large ITUB buoys for Pensacola bar, one that he will refuse to withdraw other articles suited to the trade; to which they THE "BUFFINGTON HOUSE 'V'VJao1.Qxvmo
positively J. S. MURDOCH,
thousand dollars.For Invite the attention of the public, and ask them to ,
day beaooos and buoys, to mark the channels from the Provinces. It was reported at Phys1.c1.a.n. call and examine their stock before purchasing

in Appalachieula bay and St. George's sound Vienna, that he had stated that he would removed his office from apposite, the Euf- elsewhere, as they flatter themselves that they PJ.orl.d.a: i 1

from Dog Island light-house, three thousand fire resist the summons to the last man and the HAS house to hla dwelling, on Forsyth-et can sell as low as any one else, for cash: country 10

hundred dollars.: last rouble. 1 near Mrs. DoggeU'g. july 15-ly rrocl_. Continues opened during the present Summer, prepared to receive and aooosu t _.
mark the bar of the northwert
to T. H.
For buoys look i BURTON. I M. W. GRAVES,
channel of and in Tampa Bay, one thousand dol Things; more warlike than ever. julyS modate Transient and Permanent Brder&irtdr.
The Czar has issued a requisition,calling : B. Mi Pearson PfT N. B. M.W.GEIVES would respectfully l lusintss
4 inform the that he still continues the
Jarw.For a lic t-Jaouo on Southwest Cape, west sideAppalacheo upon each landed proprietor in Poland to ATTORNEY AT LAW. public V.

bay, fiftenn thousand dollars. furnish twenty-four armed soldiers. Jacksonville. Fla. .- DAGUERREAN BUSINESS, R. DOR MAN,

For a beacon, buoy, or bell-boat, as may be The Allies still threaten SebaatapoL. : ono door welt of Dr. IL Holland's residence ATTORNEY AT LAW.. .

found most expedient, to mark the Ouklockonee Sir Charles Napier was within twenty. McQueen McIntosh Jacksonville, July 8, 1854. Office on Bay- t. .
An thousand dollars. ,
.bMI. miles of Cronstadt. Jacksonville & Alligator Plank Road J. P. SANDERSON, ..
and stakes to mark the ,
,
For day-marks, buoys ATTORNEY AT LAW, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW V
bar and channels of the St. Mark's river, five Outbreak in Spain. Jacksonville E. F. Company. I ,
; EJection for DIne Directors or this Company ForsyfA Street.
thousand dollars. A formidable revolt broke out at Madrid As J. II4IIOWELL,
u hereby ordered to be held at Jacksonville
For a site beacon-light at or near the be western placed entrance on the most into the 18th June, headed by General O'Don- Felix Livingston, on the twenty-first day August next GROCERIES. PROVISiONS, WISES, F.J.WHEATON.ATTORNEY ;
ligibb nell. number four thousand By order vf the Board: SEGARS<%, AT LAW V
I'L. George' sound, to enable vessels to enter at insurgents:: ATTOENEY&COUNSELLOE AT LAW, Corner of Newnan and .
FonythstreeUE.
GEO. W.
Jacksonville.PHYSICIANS.
thousand dollars. men. The latest advices from Madrid state CALL .
night, file Jacksonville E. 1:., July 13.1953.-15-U J
that the city was barricaded, and that the "( TILL attend to any professional business en- Secretary. CRESPO. .

roe THE SEWS. insurgents demanded the resignation of the V V trusted to him in the Court of the Eastern C. D. Oak GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, !C.,
Moss HUMMOCK:, Ftc, ) present Ministry and the abdication of theQueenS Circuit, and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee. Bay-Street 11. 1). HOLLAND V
Julio 12th: 1S54. J lIe has also such an advantageous connection withan WATCI1ispkJwELEu, Office corner of Newnanand Bay-St.
..
Ma. Eppnt"a-Deer Ser: "Bern I see you'regot Me Lawyer at Washington City,at will ensure I* CAPEI.LA,
From Washington a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as KEEPS constantly on hand a fine aoort- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS FRUITS !c. A. BALDWIN, ,
the "News" a-gwine agin, rye concludid to In the Senate a bill for the better preservation may: be placed in his hands against tho United meat of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAX- Bay-Street Office on Bay-Street. V V

rite you a little float to axe you eom question.,and of life and property from shipwrecked States. July CY GOODS, which he offers for sale cheap DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
for: cash. C. BLAXCIIARD
mind In about things in com ,
to speke ginerl vessels
my was passed. j Phillip Fraser.ATTORXE1" r--.rrratches Repaired and IFarrtnted.AVm. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, APOTHECARY HALL.
mon. The Senate: resolution, fixing the compensation : Cor.of Julia and Bay-street DRUGS,)1 ED ICL'iES,PERFUMERYIcf !
Tothcr night me and cousin J&te-you see me of employees in and about the Senate, AND COUNSELLOR LAW. Grothe ) lil1eD, Bay-Street.

and him lives together now sence we gut big enuff was passed. JacktontUle Fla., I T. G. MYERS, V
ourselves and and him setdown WILL attend to any professional business en- WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Ac LUMBER INSPECTORS.V
to it by so me .
crap A Pact Worth Knowing.It ted to him in the Courts of the Eastern (Tn the room adjoining the Post-qffict) Newnan-Street .
tother night to talk polliticks. We had both Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee. CSi. HAVING returned from Europe, again N. DUNN, ;;-.1
should be borne in mind that have pursued '
a-bin readin of the "Natural Intellegently," a' a different from the we usual nuxle. in lIe has also such an advantageous connection with V begs leave to offer his services to his old 3.8.\NTO, INSPCTOR AND MEASURES OP .
course entirely an able Lawyer at Washington City, a*will ensurea friends and the public generally. With his LUMBER
Waiihenton paper, and seed a heap about the Ne- bringing onr medicines to the notice of physician FRUITS, GROCERIES &. PROVISIONS,
I and collection of euch claims for the last
prompt speedy as experience twenty-Biz yean, as a
and The STABLER'*AXODYXE CHERRY Street. E. WHITNEY, .
brisker nil, and Misury Komprimize, Cuby, recipes Bay V
may be placed in hu h.mII.gaint: the United Watchmaker, he hopes to give entire satisfactionto
EXPECTORANT and DIARRHOEA( CORDIALhave INSPECTOR AND MEASURER O?
and the "No-Nothings," and a dickens of a row I State. july-S those who wish to have their work done in a t. B. D. AXIIAII,
been made known confidentially, to upward: : LUMBER.
of the preetchers had in Boston, and a heap : workmanlike manner. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS SASH F
'urn five hundred medical men, every one of whom recommend J. B. fo1ifrTTOR ,
Watches! Clock and
1/tT Jewelry repaired at
of more things that I ca.u't'thiDk of now. Now them as highly efficient remedies. The ,\ EY AT LAW, the shortest notice. July 8-tf BLINDS & DOORS, SAW MILLS. *

Jake, he's a whig, strong as chain-traces, and I'm I Expectorant has been. pronounced by them to bean 7 Nevnantrille Fla Bay Streel. EMPIRE MILLLS. I
July
ly
excellent remedy in all caves of Coughs, Cold, S. N. Williams
a democrat ou -iD-out. Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma, and dresses of the Perkly, Parkhurst, k Co, JackaonTiHs. > V ?.
"Well," lei I, "I wonder when that'saered compact I Lungs and Throat generally. The Diarrhoea Cordial Smith & Bradford, COMMISSION! MERCHANT: MERCHANDISE.BI3BEE .. %

,' the MUnry Komprunize, was made, by has also received their unqualified praise as! a ATTOHNKY L.\\V Jacksonville, Fla., & CAXOVA, MECKLENBERGH MUJJS. .

jingo! The Intelligently U a-cryin and caterwal-I I remedy for dipeapes of the bowels, both in childrenand en'EL4:3T3 KEEPS constantly oa hand and for sale a general DEALERS IN DRY GOODS GROCE- Blackwoo &: Taylor, JackflooTille. J! V
adulu; and the many cures that these "good :: 1H {; ? : {: ?! assortment of ,
ling about it, like hit was reinindie him of auld medicine have effected prove the Ijby icians' Alliffoiar and li'etcnanmlli, Ha. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, RIES AND PRO VISIOFS, CAROLINA MILLS.

long tyne, as Mr. Willis, the school-teacher, used opinion well founded.: They should be kept in WILL attend promptly to all business entreated : of the best selections, Commission and Forwarding-Wharf or; Kelly & Co., Jacksonville. i

to say.. By George! when the edditer rit this I'll : every family, ready for instant use when occasion I to them. i and will sell them lower for CASH than they can Savannah Steamers V V { V

bet the tears: was standm in his ire as big aa hen I may require. Sec descriptive: pamphlets, to be M. 1\'RIT. SUTTTH, J H. BElDroUE, i be bought el.ewhere in the South. Bay-Street. FLORIDA MUXS.
had gratis of the agenU. Price of e.u-h, only 50 Offime at Alligator. I 1 Office at SeliD&nlvillo.1 Country produce taken in exchange, at Ichera] BURTON & GRAVES, Fairbanks A Co., Jackfioovillo.
I wonder when it vat made? i .
eggs cents per bottle, or six bottle fur $250. july7-ly rrieea!, July 8-ly Successors of II.Timanu -
"Shaw! I can tell you to the very instent; they're ; Address to, E. A. STABLER 4; Co, I PALMETTO !ILLS.H. .
DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVISIONS -
Baltimore M. D. A CARD. SoHee Jacksonrille.
; .
perticnler about the time,-here it is, said
vtry AGEXTS. WOULD1 take this method nf informing my I List of Letters. &C., V
he, pointin to the paper haogin on the back of a Dr. II. Bacon St. Marys, Ga.: I friends and customers Pond public\ gecerallythat I R EHAIMSU in tho Post Office at Jacksonville JJolmt't R Bay-Street. PIKEMX MILLS.

cheer, "in eighteen hundred and thirty-six and Thomas McMillan, Jacksonville, F L sincr the great: fire in Jacksonville:: I have: re-cs-:: I Stephens A Footer, Jacksonville.
thirty minits, this paper set" Wm Sheffessie, Talatkx: }'la. tabli..heite the re dunce of Dr. Baldwin, where I have opened thepotbecal'J' Asher, Dr. Lawrine, C. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVIsions CLIFTON MHXS. V
"You are a fool, Jake! sex I, "that 3630', MARINE INTELL1C1NCE. _\ Hail with an entire new stock of I' Adams. Ezokcl Lind, A. G. Crockery. Hardware, Boots Taylor Richardson A Co., Jacksonyille.
4 a't mean time,it's a line that was run acron the Drugs and Medicines, Chemics, Perfumery, Fan- B Lawrine, Francis and Shoes.Clothing &C. &c. V
country by them fellers in the North, aad the in- cy Articles, Combs Brushes, Candies, Garden and Brown, Wm. X. 2 Long, D. J. SPRINGFIELD MILLS.

tentwa. of it u, that that's a fur north as any body. PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.ARRIVED. lower reeds, Burning Fluid, Lampwceks and Baker, J. Load, Capt W. BayStreet.II. E. A. DECQTTES, Jacksonville.
Lamps: Paints and Oils, Window Glass, Putty,to. Bc&cnt,Cornelia A,Mils M E. W. CLARK V
from the South, 'xoept runaway niggers, can go, Soda Water and Mineral Water,cool and sparkling Blair, C. W. ilajuord. James DRY GOODS, GROCERIES PROVIsions CITY MILLS.

bat every body on tother side can come South, and July 17.-Schr.Lucretia, Hooper, Sew York,- :, tu be had at tho counter all times, Sundays Ballet, LucindaDiker Moot, Ready Mrs. and general Merchandise.BayStreet. J. G.Butler &; Co., Jacksonville.
we ought to have too. much reaped for ouxaelve to 18th-F. W. horn Barker, Kcnobuak. excepted. Stephen 2 Moore, Eli I I : .

break it." CLEARED. Physicians: can have tholr prescription put, up Brijcgs/ ,Chart.Bouree Miler, Daa'LMelatoeh I 00DrS3 MILLS.P. S
with care night and day. LoWs Mrs. Mary F. II. B. AfHER1IAY, 1 Moody Jacksonville.
*.1Iet &.ita'.bmtag on BS," lei Jake. July 17th,_Schr.Bloomer,Tucker,Tre cott.Me. July s-tr TITOS. MCMILLAN.DURING BluJgctt, JunopbBnyton McDouel,John C..Machtraa DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS ,
19th-Schr. Matilda, Lent, B,,,cton. 19th 5thr ,
John John
"Yes it Is, lei L "You don't < Coquette, Brewer, HallowelL 21st-Schr. Raven. Caps, ,
Milieu W. H.Mathi
absence from the State MeQrFEi Bryan, Stephen ,
make a eompack that wart bindin on somebody, my IJul"'; t Raw, jiny.lred.M.N.WILLIAMS Bcllechasse A; Finegan, JackgonviHe1.
Rose Braharb F. M- W. 2
H, Ei will attend to the settlement !!, V
do you 7 And'ta IIt.bindin oo the North, fur they Rockland.Notice to Mariners. of all my untettlid professional business; ,and Lt fully Bennett, gyhejtcrBrontly Moore, S. REED A HOUIES'S MILLS.

hain't kept it one fence it was made, and u authorized fur this Sarah B. XcFall, John
year by me parpotM Reed A Holmes Jacksonville.
Light-House at Cedar Keys, Florida.A DRY GOODS GROCERIES AND PRO- V
there was nobody else but the South fur it to bind, fixed white with flasheThi JAMES A. PEDEN Blunt, Capt Samuel MUlikin, Warren
Light: -? Jackgonville Hx 31st 16 L Thos. MBariiin N VISIONS.
Bowyer I
qfc u.rtc it mart be the Sooth!" May > juI7-4t. MAYPORT MILI$.
*house! is placed on the eastern end of the James A. Norton, William.'owjon Bay-St. A Parsons
At that, Jake he shct up, for thow enmtimes he'sa Mound on Sea-horse Key, harbor of Ce.Ur Keys, Elysian Cologne. Blarko, O. E- > A. B. I beg ,

party. poart feller, still when it come to argnfyin Florida. It is a plain: structure of Brick,one story E LEYSTAN COLOGNE, at 81 00 per qnart or Brawaf, Magaret bliss Nobles, W. J. C.PROVISIONS BROWN, DRY Mayport, Duval County, Fla. :

the point he can't stand a hand with me. So Jake 'I in height, surmounted by a Watchrami and Lan- 62 rti. per pint, and according to quantity. Bethel, Baptist Church 0 GROCERIES PANAMA 3HLLS.
tern, both painted vhUe. Tho illuminating Apparatus at (July &-3t) .\POTlIECAHII.LL.. C. Osteen,Richard 2 GOODS &c.
E. R. Gilchrist
he changed the subject it of the Fresnel Fourth Order Fixed, with Center, Capt. Wills VUiurf; Bay-St. Panama, Duval County.

"Consul Joch," sea he, "bout this'squatting scrTriniy flashes every minute, anl illuminatuig the entire XOTICC. Cousins, W. Elisha P Poet office at Jacksonville.
,' what does that mean 7" horizon. A NT person who will act as an Agent, and obtain dx, Wm. JL Payne John it. G. II. SMITH, V
The focal! plane is 75 feet above the sca-le\el subscribers for the Cherry, James J. Parbug,S. J. COMMISSION IERCILTXD AUCTIONEER. ST.JOHXS MILLS. V ;
"That means thai the Northern people shall. the light therefore will be clearly %uibe! from apsition GEORHI.II031E GAZETTE, Cooover, Mrs, Oly Peekan,Joseph C, J. P. Sanderson A Co., V

have the right to say what sort of institutions they 15 feet above the water, in good weather, A Literary Family Paper, published in Angnata, Capo, Philip Plnmmer, A. B. Ualme't I nrJayStrul.PARKIIURST Post officeat Jacksonville.
hn hare in the Terrytorya. at the distance of 14 1-2 nautical or 16 1-2 statue! I Geo, will be furnished the paper at the lowest:: CerJ-im, Samuel T. Prather, A. E. -

t, "And the Southern people, too, they've a right"O.shaw mill!!!. The principal object of this light (thougntseen : club prices. EV The Cash must accompany the Cox, Samuel T. Price J. W.Psalmes PROVISIONS& ADA31S, Ac. NASSAU MILLS.Bellechasse .
; in all directions) i is an a guide to the main entrance name, and may be sent through: the mail at our Chapman, Oeo. C. Joseph GROCERIES. ac., : A: Fuiegan, Nassau River.
t.c -- to the harbor of Cedar Keys from the_th- risk. Cannady, Chas. A Plnmmer, Capt. W. E. Near R. W. Biggs;; Co.. Foundry, Post office at Jacksonville. j

: Jake," set I, "1ou don't no nothin' ward. A dangerous Reef extends in a southwesterly Club Prices. Cottrell, Capt. Parish, Ariam Bay-Street. _. t

i about republican government Hain't the people direction from Sea-horee Key for 12 miles, Two Copie, $ 3 50 Cott, Jackalina S. Pope, J. D. AMBLER A HOEG, ORANGE MILLS V

i aright U govern themselves 1 When they. but by keeping within the bearings: of X. and N. Three Copies, 5 00Seven Curry, Moses Prichard, A. C. DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVISIONS A. IL Cole & Co.
got N. W. (magnetic) the harbor can Le safely enteredto Copies, 1 50 Clark, Post, Jacob ,
there they may say slavery or no slavery; can you within one mile of the light The approximate JAMES- SMTTHE, JohnD.. Phillips, R D. Ac: Ac. :U.GSOLLfiLLS.. i

nuke them have niggers that dun't want toe 1" Latitude and Longitude, are- ROBERT A. WHYTE, Dopson, A. T. Prater, Miss. E. BaySt.J. T. G. Hendrick,Magnolia! Fla. .
t **No; but they. want to say nobody the tJtatt! Lat. 29. 05';) 30" :0.; Long. 82. 57' 30" W. july 8-r Editor Proprietors. Durt, John T. Peterson, Archibald MODE
The light will be exhibited, fur the fir-t time,on bern James 0. R BURLINGTON MILLS.
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING HATS CAPS
: Don't the terrytorys all belong to the United States, the night of August l lt,proximo, and will continue GREAT :MAIL, ROUTE Dixon, C. IL Robertson, Betsy A. Sadler A Co., Post office Mandarin Fla.
AND SHOES Ac. ,
and ain't we part of the United States?', to loe shown every night thereafter from sunset to FROM CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK. bowling, John R. 2 Roberts, Irvin BOOTS j

'Cutne1Jake' you snow yoor foolishness again. sunrise, until farther notice. DcCortroy, D. Jose BJdgell.F.M.2Robinson Bay-Sired. PALATKA MHiS. ; .

It don't make no difference about our Tights, if weduo'I By order of tho Light-House Board, Mil1fi Dune, Xathacioljr. R. A. V L.M.FULSOM.FURNITURE. Palatka Steam Sa.wlill Co., Palatka. ;
;
L. C. Mrs. 2 Nickel -
GEO.; U. MEADE, Doeroebers, Reley,
go till they get there." I W. Topographical Engincert.CED Through Fare from Charleston to Wilmington, 8 00 DeYutefJlelU'J' C. Raulerson, Jacob 2 SASH, BLINDS&;DOORS. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORI8..

9lat'sposewselegothere?" "a Ears, June 15, IsS-L Wilmington to Baltimore------------ 1200 benson William Reeves, Henry J. Orcr// i: HolmeiP Store, Bay-st.

t "Well, but they're in the majority and majorities Wilmington to 14 CO E. Ramel Joseph C. V JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY AND I'
l in Alachua Military Institute. Wilmington to New York, 500 Eilcnberger, Andrea Ryals. Abel G. C. ACOSTA, MACHINE WORKS. .
governs repnblicks, don't they? .ii)
fflfl With a choice of route between WtlJcm and Bal F. Ramsdell, Seward FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, AND Mooney &; Gookin._ V
"Only' when it it agreed that the majority shalL timore. Fish, Mrs. Sarah Robertson Kate SODA FOUNT. V

The majority or partnars hain't got no right to TRAINS will leave the South Carolina Floyd, Warby. Roeford, James Corner Bay pad Ocean-Streetr FOUNDRY, MACHINE WORKS AND

take away.the tothers' property.." JESSE T. BERNARD, )(., PHINTIPAL, TWO .& Depot, Line street Charlcton daily, Freeman, Alfred S BLACKSMITHLNG.

"0, wen lake, it would seem that that was so, Annsted atlhlantt.rpHE at 7 A M. and 4 3.4 P M, arriving in Wilmington, Field, George Slerron Ar, Vcure Madam CLOTHING.J. R. W. Biggs A Co. I
by competent Furgwon T. B. Steo*,
North Carolina at 3 A M and 2 P M. Passengers V
to commoni people; but 'ttJ.in.'l to, Cur Greely, SECOND SESSIONofthis: Inrtitute,which by the second train will travel over the Wilmington Fountain, David W. 2 Shelby, W. W. L. RIPLEY. T.4ILORS.V

sad other grate men, says so, and it mart be so." J. located at Newnannrille, Fla-, will commence and Manchester Railroad by daylight at Wilmington Forrester,Susan fihisrter, Michel Store next doorSouth of the Bnffi'n House. It. II.DARBY
but why.r on the 3d Monday in July, and close of two trains are despatched at 6 A M and 3 Floyd, Theodore W. haley, Samuel M. Merchant Tailor ,
Friday before 3d Monday in December. G ShoefieW, Sam'lGnrdin BayStreet.DAGUERREOTYPE F
PM, the first tiain only connecting: at Weldon, HOTELS.
"Oh, well; you know Jake I can out-argue yon, As a location, no healthier can be found; and ap North Carolina with the Seaboard and Roanoke W. Stephens, Winter ARTIST..

and ifyco don't quit your bantcrin, rn let in on a Military School,it should be preferable to other; Railroad to Norfolk, thence by steamers to Baltimore I Gamigol, W. J. Sexton Charles 2 BUKFIXGTOK'HOUSE. V
you; now mind!" for not only is the Student's mental training attended ;and both trains connecting at Weldon with Goff,Wm. E. Shlrar, J. L. BY SAMUED BUFFINGTON. H W. GRAVES, .

Jake he called off the to, but alto his moral and physicaL Every the upper route throotA Petersburg?, Richmond,and Griffin, G.K. Smith, Mary Mrt. Rooms, on Forsyth-Street.
and but be V IDR.
dOg'l, (pit; cadet, according to the regulations, is required to Washington. At Baltimore,both line connect with I Gage,James M. Ship, Cathrma MAGNOLIA HOTEL .

hated U Utvw. wear the uniform therein prescribed, thus rendering the line to Philadelphia and New York. Gale, Benj. Mark. Simmins, Moses BY A. COY.RESTAURANTS.. FRAME, -
Then I tack up the paper aad red to him about himself more liable to detection when engagedin Public are respectfully informed that. those lines G rady,M. F. Snares, Susan Miss Booms over Bisbce & Cau
Fred. Douglas was candidate for Congress. improper conduct Again, the manual of arms are in first rote condition, the Cars are under the I Grant, W. n. Button EngwaGavlt Bay-StneL V V
i furawhec the student with good f xercwe at regular maDa.cement.oCtrastyand experienced Conductors, I ,Isaac K. Sawyer, G. E. .
:row. you M that aia't so, cousin Josh !" pod periods, and this with the aid of mmtaTJ'dillCipli.qe, and the steamers from Norfolk to Baltimore are I Gelyver, Feila Salsa, Faacis PH03NIX RESTURANT AND BIL- BAKERY.

he. "Poanothey J.iin'tgot noplacetor Urn inWashington. establishes him in a firm, graceful and manly earp navigated by able and experienced commanders, i Garrison, Lebura IX Shannon, C. J. LIARD SALOON IL KOOPMAN.
,
I.: "I should."like to no why. they hain'tr' pea I, riage.Terms per Session of five montlLPrimary *, thereby Passengers Urin:;both safety and their and baggage despatch.Through win be i I Gavin Gardiner., William Lathrop P. Sparkman Setts. Christian,Ann Mrs. By Paul B, Canora, New m-St. Bay-Street. !

Department, .4300 sent from one Depot to the other, free of charge l Godfrey, Charles F JEWELRY.
Becase, baa the Capertal gut any kitchen to U 7 .Junior, 14 00 along the route. : Gardner, Thomas Thompson, Ann J.Mis BLACKWOOD & Co.'* RESTAURANT, .

iaw! And the Post office has brake the govern Senior, V 24 00 Through Tickets to Wilmington, North Carolina, I H Thomas, Capt Albert Ba&ruLE.ELLIS'nESTAURA O.D.OAK,

snout, and they ain't got no money to bild f' ee4XI' h* PHILIP DELL, en ba had of 0. F. FOLKER Agent of tho South I Heilborn Friebergcr Taylor, Josiah M.Hutching Clocks, Watches, Jewelry Fancy Gxwds.
Freid Board of Trustee, Carolinr Railroad Line street Charleston J.M.2 Thompson, G. W. Cuttlery A
Koal cousin Company, << Jake's a fool and I won't toll
8.A.
Townsend
July 22-tf KemutnttiUe, Flo. Sooth Carolina, and to Baltimore,Philadelphia, or .. hulls, W. D. fi'eienan-Street.
70*no more of what he led, only that be led,that New York, at the Office of the Wilmington and Raleigh Harris, EffamFleyman Towl, Ann Miss WM. GROTHE, V

it be was wjrth he could have Fred. Douglas beat "('ITAXTED-A GRADUATE of some MILL Railroad Company, Wilmington, N. C. Lewis, Taylor, Mary E. TABACCON18T. Watch-maker and Jeweler,
Jike the dickens 't' TARY INSTITUTION, to take charge of Forfurthcr information apply E-STEVENS Hall, DIM Thompson, N. L. Poitle
by1 bringing oat Stone
,
Lucy agin F. S. HERYA DEZ. BKi4linglJq-1 .
the Military Department in the Institute. Also; a Agent,Charleston,S.C. july-14 logans( Daniel Trowoll, huger -
kirn, and eaUk: CIII the gallantry of Syracuse, for heed young lady, competent to instruct in French, Mn. fAdmInIstrator" j howell, Sarah A. Taylor, Mary W.Mrs. TOBACCO SNUFF AND SEGARS.JgcwnanSt. C. OAK k SON, i'

that") -'. first idol is woman." lie and dancing, can obtain a situation by writingto Notice. hague T.IL Thomb, W.II. ..abort Buffingtm Ilaut. Dealers in Manufacturers of Guns,

But, thaw! that wWt do,:you know,for it wouldbe me. PHILIP DELL. SIX months after date, I wfll present my accounts Hatch[ Capt Lewis Thompson, Asa 2 V V a, Ac, P
W. J.G. L A W. &ytt.UVY
Notice. vouchers to the Hon. A. N.Carton, Judge Harrriman,Charles Thorp, .
to into
pat compertition the stronger motives of HON. FELIX LIVINGSTON is of Probates in and for Alachua County and ask to Hopkins, Miss, I.JL Tinker, Gerge .
an those clip-their love of THE my au Mary T. B. M. PEARSON, SAL ".
and Hem Tempel
women run. agent daring absence from theState. be discharged from the further administration of George C.
my By ,
away Digger And the preetchers. there they are [julytf] D. M. PEARSON. the Estate of William 8. Standley, late of said Hall, John E. V ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. JUi Bu .
toot with the latter aDd will county, Ilannonson E. Yeah, Oscar Oliver Office opposite the Court House. NOTARIES, : ;.
passion
carry all the deceased.THOS. d
J. PREVATT Admr. ilnllAndreuJ. Vaughan, C. .4 J. "
rtUgioui mob with'em j and they'd rather harbour fi: For Sale, or to Rent. Jan 14--6m WM.S. STANDLEY, DeVd Hart, Bow Vanght, Pe1et'lIendricka" FELIX LIVINGSTON, F. C. BARE. V .

a nn-aray Bigger Qua marry a run-away match. TilE Subscriber being about to remove to St Newnansville.'Jan. 4th. 1854.: N., itt, W I ATT'Y AT LAW,SUDGE OF PROBATE, Not Public, ColO for' .
But they fterer ru-away themselves, unless thereIbadO'ellkCthrewsebBoWe. &De, would dvposeof his property iaJacksonville. erring ID. R.AL Wells, W. F. Office in the Court House several .
is MM Malone & Taylor Ilodgkins, G. S. Wiby,Levi S. Qfflet Bvfibtgton JToute. V V
Said property ennsisU of two IotA and a comfortable lIoIe1\ W. Webber, Capt J.B. 2 McaUEEN McINTOSH, t VVV
I mUaded toaxeyo rem serious questions, dwelling house, pleasantly located at the LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANT, J Walker, John Clark. ATTORNEY AT LAW JOHN H. II. I

'.' .W we'd a&have to do hen whes pane Went end of Bay street, upon an eminence wbich Philadelphia! Jordan, Mr. Wi11inMy,T.M. Notary BOU V V
: Ochus' House.C.
a- .. tab the UaiUd Stotas, and Lava CharUe. command a fine view of the river. Very reJMICtIanYlJDtJelt consignments of John, Waters,:James Office on Bay-SLinMr. Offitt at BjJiAfto house.V',
Both loU are cultivated, M vegetable and SOUTHERN LUMBER SHINGLES, 4c. Jackson, J.J. Wilson, D. T. 2
torn and New Orleans. JlM'at we better gH oar dower garden made. K Warren, J. N. ,. BROW ARD, DANK ACENClEg. ;
Liberal advances Refer to
country fenced nil I'm thinking we ort r be eare-: If not sold before the 1st September, said premises Eo T. BROCK, Philadelphia, Kennedy, Pierce Williams, A.S. ATTORNEY AT LAW, A. M. REED7 S
lallIU Jake he's aaneiio will be rented to a respectable family. Kimball Joseph Waldcoot, James E. Office on Ocean-St I
MI for Caby,and Kampkatk quiet l:.T.RICHARDSON, do, Bank of '
V of the .
For terms which will be accomodating, enquire Koop, n. Wallace.'F.S. I, Agent Charleston.J. "J
aae Boston, and aU ether places bound JttlyS-tf T. E.BECKMAN, Jacksonville,P1*. kon-SreeL' V' VI
V
"'* of the subscriber oa the pma.oL KeUum, W, Wmhit.J.V P. ,
dow by tyraaay. July 22-tf a M. PICKERING. JOB WORK, L W&11Ice.J. W. ATTORNEY-AT LAW. W. BRYANT
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Tunis Lewis Mrs. Y V ,V V FAgetofthoBnkofFairfie4SC.V :
BerpectfaHy OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office on Forsjth-St.
Sale of the Steamer Hancock.ILE V .
Lewis Andrea
Young, Cristopher
JOSH FEELER.3TIn STEAMER HlKCOCKwiH be sold at Neatly Executed at this Office. Persons, enquiring for letters, m the abor* list, G.W. CALL, OffuciatBujonHoues. V! V

St. Loan on the lit bat. scrcn- JL Uepdenon's Wharf, Palatka, on the lit day V For Rent. 'will please say they are- advertised, or they may ATTORNEY AND COUliCELLOR. I -V V THOMAS AXDREU, V ,
ofAiguetneat. Enquire DWELLING Home on DuI Street In- not ret them. WM. GROTJJE, P. hi.juy.8 V
ten person were killed r v mra stroke. jJlt4 CAP, HENRY D "];n.<:QY. A ,jtrfr. of F. C. JlA.RRE1l. Office on Bay-St. Draper and Tailor I-tt ;



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-the JIarililt eto. OF THE DIFFERENT COURTS IN

&G BKA S..& E. M. Gilbert, Savannah Medical College.SE8SIo."i Aptea uai CHARLESTON MB FWEID1,

:4 MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS 18545.R. J53fc> .8Ha18tn ttV.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT Orange and St.Lade, let Tuesday April of CARRIAGES @ Tea Depository; ]f
Putnam 3d do do April I In all descriptions D. ARSOLP,JL D.Prof.Theory and Practice CAROLINA PLorflri
JaeksonTille. Dural County, Fla, Snmter,, 2d Monday in April. at Kos.36 and 40 Went- Medicine. Removed to the New 8tor' HolmeV A

MY Marion 4th ito do April vortk Strut, and No.//ayiu Street, Charleston.Our P.M.Kou nt:,M.D. rrot.of Olwtetrk Building, opposite .* TtntocciTro FALATIA is 2TO- 3 nocit.
Alacbaa 1t do do May. Stock i is an extensive one, and purchasers W.O.BCIXOCK; ,M.I)., Prof of Surgery. Office, JackBontllle."IT .
w. :K. OOLE, Columbia, 21 (10 do IlIa,. are respectfully requested to call on us, as we can C.W.WBT,M.I).,Prof Medical Chemistry.ILL. THERE Is kept eonftantly on hand large and TiE CAROLINA will Wave CHARLESTON
: Nassau, Wednesday before 4th Monday Ma,. offer great inducements in style and Prk.'CSI and .DUD,M.M,Prof Jlateria Medics and the- VV well selected assortment of every &K at 3 P." Retmralar,will ha,,
1'ER.\IS.-TAru DvOart Annum in ad Afoiubv 7 A.M.
.k per articles bought at our establishment are warranted PICOLATA
4th do do May. any rapeutics.E.
; vanre. EL buv1 Johns, 2d do in June. in every respect. July 8-tf II.JlABTiS,!I. D, Prof of Institutes of Medicine. DRUGS LID CA 10 A.M, and JACKSONVILLE, 3 A.JL
THE FLORIDA
warranted
No discontinued until all Always rive by the It a"a wIllisaveCh1ARLEN IT
paper arrcaragri" FALL TCRX. Leonard Cliapin, fresh Also, Tuesday, 3 P.M. fa*,.,
unless at the of the Publisher.t7 and St.Lucie 3d before tho bL J. HOWARD, ltLD.Pro.ofAuMomy. 1 a Ret.mi..U
paid option Orange Tuesday Perfumery, Brushes, 8 o'clock. A. .
MANUFACTURER and DEALER J. B.Bran, 1(.D., Prof of Pathological Anatomy Comb Soa. AL.'L .
ADVERTISEJIENTS will be inserted on Monday in November. in ;,M-? in all kinds of CARRIAGES ,and Demonstrator Anatomy.J. Lamp nUrID Fluid, & 3 .1. JACKSONVILLE, Friday, 3 A.
before the let Monday "
Putnam Last Tuesday sold low for cash Steamers connect with
an the
124 of .
the following term: and HARNESS, No. Meeting J. WEST, M. D, Assistant Demonstrator
November.Sarater orders solicited and attended Stages of and
Country punctually cometta both
One Dollar of twelve lines Strttt. seat door North of PAVILLION HOTEL, Anatomy. E fr ways
and November.
in
per square under 4lh( Monday with the
. for the first insertion and 75 cents for each satwejuenl Marion,, lilt do in December.Alachna and 33 J r.iirwiA Street, Charleston S. C. THE REGULAR Course of LKCTCRU In this in- to. P.ii prescriptions put up'"it i tao and and Wilmington 8t.hp Car Railroads
2d do In December. Elegant Stock of Coaches, Rockaways, Buggccs, will commence on the first Mondayin d8pa
\ insertion.! To yearly advertisers a liberal 3d do in December. and Sulkies,. constantly on hand. Prices low; November,and terminate in the following March TfcAS. Passage from CrlO Jacksonville, $3,tan
. Columbia, for the New York Pekln Tea Company. '10.
discount will be made.EJT November.Daval terms accommodating.: July 8-tf Preliminary lectures will be delivered from Moo- Agent Pit a Plka
in
Ixt do
I St.Johns For .
Tenet direct and of 34 varieties froma
importation, ,
i'; AU advertisement must be paid for before 3d do in November. day. the 16th day of October, until the oommtinceinent l.4totlb. Ins all warranted and atextremely tarr prtiu..pp.
Carriage & Harness Depository, of the RegaUr Course,for which Mal additional package, naoa
t Insertion, unless by a regular tomer. referring Middle Circuit. BELLECUAS3E
eo By STATE COURT- fee will be required. Students have free access low prices. A F.J .

; to oar terms, the requisite sum may be ascertained eruxa TERM. fflfeS AT THE WHITE HOUSE, to too Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah l'vColutr Deltn supplied,by order- Jab"U
.- and transmitted with the advertisomanty Madison, 3d Monday in April Vtttt& & South-West Corner of Hospital This exteuiv charity U under the medical 1n wlb Cash. ILLREIDPalsksa.STEAM .

; i | Advertisements not marked with the number Jefferson' 2d do in April MEETING and WESTWORTH STREETS, oontrol of two members of the Faculty,by whom GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, lc., COMMUNICATION,
Wakulla, lilt do April. Charleston, S. C. clinical lecture are delivered. In addition to this, also always kept on hand.
"" .. .f insertions required, will be continued until Leon v. 3d do in April CARRIAGES of every description,at tho lowest they bYe ample opportunity for learning practical jllJy -t _T. )cnLL. azywuzSavannah .
f. and
\ i forbid and charged for. tadsden, 1st do in March. prices always on baud, and no article sold except modiclno at tho College Cliaque,which is open daily Florlea.
4th do April such as can be warranted in the fullest term, by NEW K'LIGUT@ngucrnian TIIEneir and
>>_ UT Five Dollars will be charged for all announcements Hamilton, to patients.During ace.a|
, candidates for office{ hi advance. TALL TEHJJ.Madlooon juJylHf. M. H. NATHAN. the past setmon upwards of two hundred packet ST. T011N3, CapU J..
I 3d Monday in November. caaos were prescribed: for, and over thirty Sagircal allrr FKKEBOM, .i Ur Savannah every Thursday
-"- One square, for six months, : : 91000 Jefferson, 2d do in November. Wm 31. Lawton & Co., operations. ormed in the presonceotthe Students morning at fur PaUtka, touching aft

I Legal or other Business Cards, per an. 10 00 Waknlla, lat do in November.Leon FACTORS AND vt the CliD qlle. Material for Analoinioal intosti- Subscriber begs leave to citizens the intermediate points.This a a

Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : 7 00 3d do in October, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, gallons will l e abundantly supplied. Foes: Matriculation TIE and its ort boat ha been built uphrlo thl! trade;
in October. $5 Full Course of Lectures, $105; Demonstrator JacUorl .t he.i has large and airy
Application for Letters of Administration, 500 Raddden, 1st do No. 13 Southern Whvr;{; ; colinll. open .ttrr Am to
Hamilton,4th do in November, Charleston, S.C.Wm. ,310; Graduation$30. For further information h passengers, and t. rt
Application for Administrator 1000 NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY Pt
,address,post-paid. superior accommodation invalids I
STATE COURT- Southern Circuit. M. Lawton. I Wm.M.Taybir, r oh
Editorial notices for benefit will be char I JulyS U. L.BYRD,M.D. Dean. This boat will ten I
private R. Wainright Bacon, | Joseph T. Dill. o Forsyth Street, second door west of Dr. Hol- av. ,11
double the IIPJUfG'rEall. land's residence to every at 3. I
ged rates of adYertiaing.WAD July 8 tfGeo \v. E. Buker Sva ; 'ek
Levy, 4th Monday in March, ,
I
Where ho ia to take pictures ia a man' inqaJre of
notices will be inserted -
religions. gratuitously. Hernando, 1st Monday in April Abbott & Co. SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL ner not. prep lie hM spared no aspause born, on board, pu Cp ICLAOIIORN

Hillsborongb let 2d Monday in in April.' Ao.96 East-Bay, (opposite JJoyct fy Co'i, Wharf) COMMISSION MERCHANT, in fitting up h RU harg.splendid BI.SBEE A CUNNINGHAM, .t'
AU admissabltt personal communications will be Monroe, Monday May; Charleston, S. C, July 8 Farannah, Ceo. tf reception room for up net and A CAFOVA, Jackaonrtib.july8tf .
FALL TERM. tatteful besides his fine BEXETTEASDALE, Palatka.
charged as advertisements.Rf style, large Sklh enabling

3 *All bills of Job Printing, must bo paid on Levy, 2d Mondry in October I GASS Dealers AND inSPIRIT CAMPIICNC, Fort & Dunham, him to take pictures in in LIc1.tiQn.
clear weather. He feels confident of
Hernando, 3d Monday in October. or cloudy Le
: the delivery of the work. IHUhbornngh, 1st Monday in November. with Lamps of every description for the came. FACTORS AND giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with CARRYING THE U. S.

17; A11 letters business,and communications, Munroe' 1st do in December. ALSO CO.\fi\IIS: MI-JItCIIAXTS: a call He u thankful for past favor, and hopesto ir.TWr.ZJ

must be post paid, to receive attention. STATE COURT Western Circuit. English and American White Lead, Paints Saran noa, (ie;). receive a continuance of the same. Those who
K. Dunham.
Henry R. Fort. I T. do not wsnt pictures, are respectfully invited to Pat F a Sv G
kind Linseed and
,.. ofevery Sperm
srmto TER ami rooms and a
Ladles Bathing Franklin, 2d Monday in April. July Oil, Glass, I'utty&c._ ____tf JOHN IIICHARDSOX.FACTOIW cal july -uamg t hi )"picDS\ t Via Pcolata. Black Cfe1 and Jackson-
Calhoun, 4th do in AprilJackson and Urvn-
Bonvie Fla
The Journal of Health gives the following 1st do in May. Joseph AVhilden, Savannah, G'fria.juR ,: Jacksonville I Foundry ,ad Mt Jua,Ce

on this subject: Washington,3d do in May. dealers in Office lt. BtdltfoTtTs" JJ' !!!. dt f K.jrTHESteimpacket WELAKA.

*AshIer Cooper was the most eminent Holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday in May. Paint Oils !Glass, and Ship Chandlery, Iying and Renovating Establishment, Fr VTfT X kist, leavea PaIsIksevery ,
: of his time and he lived to Walton. 4th Monday in May. Cap
surgeon a good 4SO. 60 1.2 Eatl-Uay, Monday at 8 o'clock.
73 York-ti, near the Court House, WORKS.
old age, and although he wore silk stockings santa cambia Rosa,2d 1st Monday do in in June.June. opposite P. and M.Bank, Charleston, S. C. SAVANNAH GEt: ). MCHINE Arrive at Jacksonville _m vraisjg, and

I m the depth of an English winter, he keeps constantly for sale, a general: assortment 73:2 Established; ,l$52.73< ) { made sxtengive and leaves Tuesday morning 3 o'eJ teaching at
HE in their establishment
f seldom took cold, which exemption he attributed FALL TERM. of Paints and Oils of all kinds,Window the intermediate places above.
Franklin, 1st Monday in Eocember. tl'ubr.-riberJtrIltetIlJ: : tohispairons: and friend are now prepared to furnishtcam fare from Palatka, Picotata Black
and Sashes
; mass Spts. Turpentine, Camphcne,
to his bath T
which Throag aD
mainly morning Calhoun, Thursday after 4th Monday in November. Spirit Gass, Tallow, (irin t..n.Lo, c..rdChitin: for their continued favors, would state that,in Engines, of any required power, from 1 0
J he describes as follows : Jackson 2d in November. lto 100 horses Jacksonville
Monday Pumps, Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, Glue, Packing addition to the improvements in Dying acquiredby ; Through fare from -
'Immediately on rising from bed, and Washington, Tuesday after lilt Monday iu Nov. Yard and Brushes various kinds. July 8-tf him during his lost visit to England: and icnt- SawMills; Through tikf are Cumihe from Jacksonvilleto

having all previously ready, take off your holmes, 1st Monday in November. land, bus made arrangements for extending his Sugar Mills; 800IV"

t night-dress, then take up from your earthen Walton, 4th do in October. N. A. Cohen & Cohen, business by which he Li now enabled to Dye a greater lone Power; The WELAKA connects with one of the
santa Rosa, 3d do in October. of Color Silk and Woollen ]) Mills, New York and
of variety on re "e* Grll Philph Steamships fhqn jarannah -
two gallons of water towel and Dealer. in
pan a Importer
quite iicaml.ia, 2d dOD October. Shall, Ac, which he tracts will generally please all and all other machinery need in country.]'. every W .ly.
wet, but droping; begin at your head, rub- UXITED STATES DISTRICT COCRT. FOPEIGAXL> DOMESTICEo. : it ho may favor him with their patronage. Iron and Brass Canting: C R. K. Palatka. '.

bing hair and face, and neck and ears well ; :Dry G-ooc1.s, icntlemcn's Garments Dyed, Cleaned or Renovated \_V t'amIJt Saw Mill, and other repairing, .Acrrrs.J BI.SBEE A CANOVA. Jacksnnvaie.

f then wrap yourself behind and before, from Northern District.Tallaha 175 Easi'Bay Charleston S. C. as may bo required, in the same superior at abort n..ti.1r jnlj8-tf ( S. M. LAFFITEAU, Savannah.

f neck to chest, your arms, and every portion ee, lt Monday in January. style which has generally so! much pleased his patrons C machinojy purchased<1 from us will be
I of body. Remand towel into Apalavhicola, 1.4 do in February.I'en.acola Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold J Cohen. and fricrvlt.Ladies' put in operation in any part. of the Mate, by FOR ENTERPRISE
your your 1st do in March. July 8 tf Itounet Dyed, Blenched and Preyed in competent niftchiui.it., when de"ire and UI"1 And all the intermediate Lning. on the
I the it fresh with and
pan, charge a water, St. Augurtine: lit (10 in April. tho most fasbionaMo jlcs.! Orders from the.....un. reasonable term. ST.JOhNS .
j repeat once all I have mentioned, excepting Southern District. Fraser & Thompson, try punctually attended to. Terms m..lerRte.- Drawings and Eatimites Com without

the head, unless that be in A heated state, FACTORS; AND When parrcN are sent I,) steamboat or railroad, charge.: ; MOONEY & XKIN, rJl. TiE Steamer Darlington.
; when you may do eo, and with advantage., Admiralty Court sits at Key West ; always in session. COMMISSION MERCHANTS word should he sent him by letter through the jnly 8-tf Founder and Machini I I !J : Br, will leave_Jackson.
Poet Office that he know where to call for yule every Saturday at 8 clock,
Three so am
minuted will now have elapsed. North may I mu.
Adgcr't Wharf
5 FLORIDA TROTH tf* I sing at Palatka tame ,
Throw your towel into the pan, and then LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. Charleston, S. C.FRFD'IC joLtS them. ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. I i5a. It W. BIGJfS WOR SJLJarkontilte o'clock Monday 3Iorning in & Palalk wit th.

proceed with two coarse long towels to Governor,JAMES E. BROOME. r.'. FRASER I rxrr. s. TOOMPSOI.: \l,' Flo. steamers Carolina and U-,11. Ret.mD" writ

scrub your head and face, and l body, front Secretary of State, F. L. VILLIFIGUE. 81,5O. Merchant's Hotel, 8I.5O. ARE now prepared to execute promptlp orders leave F.terrc at 5 Taed1 mr,.

and rear, when four minutes will have: you Comptroller, T. W. BREVARD, Charleston, $. C. NEW YORK. Steam Engine, Sa.3Iil Sugar Mills and o'clock Wednesday morning, 1
in a glow; then wash and hard rub jour Treasurer, C. II. AUSTIN. nr.nrrrio is PBICEJI. ----r-- ----- -- and Pan, Grist 311 Iore l'o"'r. Iron and arrive at Jacksonville same day.

feet brush hair and Attorney General, M. D. PAPV. /M, THE: undersigned having leased this Hotel, Jt Holmes i lirars Castings, of Machinery.Casting \. M. REED
your complete ,
your Court Ml situated in King Street,solicit from the travel Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Agent at Jacksonville.
Supreme Judges. : 1U
toilette and trust that this will GENERAL COMMISSION MERDHANT, '
I me
; give Steamboat, and other repairing. K. B.REID,
share of Board 31,50
rhnma.1 Baltzell Ciicf JuMicc, Tftlahai!! ce. ling public a patronage. .
new zest to your existence. A mile of C.II. Dupnnt. AsaoHaie Justice, Quinry. per d.iy; single dinner, 50 cts.only. 100 Wall Fired, JV. Y.: Thay will continue the manufacture and keep July 7-tf Agent a Palatka.

walking may be added with advantage." Thomas Douglas: Associate Justice, Jacksonville July 8-tf JAMES. M. HER T. "IT7ILL pay particular! attention tosales of Yellow constantly on haod jhcir variety of l'lowi, Timber STEAMER
Women, and those who are delicate and Circuit V iV Pine umber, Live Oak and Carts, Chains, ., to which they respectfully invite -
Judges. '1I1I,4 HOUSI, other SOUTHERN TIMBER: PRODUCE,and patronage. July -ly :
who are easily chilled Sir Ast- J. J. l\Jarria.1DL 1ou.nt
may modify iVestern, Finley, TIIOSAS S. XICKK1WON: to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE. Steamer
It)'. mode by adopting that which is described Middle, J. W. Baker, TalUhocsce.Castem Corner os Meeting and Queen Streets, I IjulyR jllly 7-tf T.\LORI G.Tozn t._. -. in condition, which for ham'iL.been
in the following language of a lady .: VT. A. Forward, I'alutka. Charletton, S.C. lC.. put .ftti.
to Southern, Thomas .;. King; Ke1"esL S. II. ': Aceu i now prepared to resume her
a lady tw I Rockenbaugh
ChARLESTON HOTEL., C tho St.Johns, in the towing .I
Solicitors of the Circuit
'A LADY'S. BA.TH.-.You only want a basin 4.F.NF.LI.COMMISSION jR| and making, informs the citizens of JacksonjVviIlo rafts, and performing such other o .
Western James M.Landrnm Milton I). MIXER a. ."i.
,
:
of water towel and five and vicinity, that he has taken a room by special
a a rag minutes : MKKCIIANT: may ctrL
Middle, Saiu'l B. Stephens, Quincy, Corner of Meeting and Hayno Streets, appint
lllin the o belonging to Mr. Barbee, next be at time entered
time. When you get up in the morn- fatten: James M. LkerlIijtatur.. JulyS Charletmf. tf 112 Pearl Strict, .V. 11CAREFUL : noo EnPKCmet my any Ito
door to Binbce A Canon, where he U now Captain in charge
: ing pin a petticoat very loosely at the waist, Southern, Henry Kendrick, Tampa, attention will be'n to sale of o hr7
ready to receive that are entrusted to which she be the her
1'AVILIOX IIOTKI
i may
Ewe Lumber Timber and any rute. pro
o
draw Sugar, orer .p
your arms out of the sleeves of your County Officers. H. L. IJUTTEJIFIKLD; other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise him. He warraot all or garments t be fitted prietor. ( ulU' CHARLES WILLEY.
-
chemise, and let it drop to your vaint.. (First name, Judge; of Probate'' ; seenn4nnme, Clerkof Corner of Meeting: and lfasel-sts.! I on oust advantageous terms. jury -purchased tf and mile as new a style as at any other (

Take your rag, well wetted, and slap your Circuit Court;third name,Sheriff; fourth name- JIIJ-9 CharlestonS.C. tf I pl-w-e in the United States.
head and shoulders, rub your arms and whenever it occurs-Tax Assessor and Collector.) Grice Cutting; repairing and cleaning will be done at HOTELS, &.C.
II. \". KIXMMAV! Joseph the shortest notice.
chest and throw handfuls of water round Counties. Officers. Post Office. July
Lwauibia, Charles )I. Jordan, Pciuacola. 117 King Street, I OKXERAI.
.. your ears and back of the neck. Then F. E. Do LalUu, has In store an immense stock of CO.IIJRSIOXnnCILXT: : : K. H. Darby, MAGNOLIA HOTELOn

throw. your towel across your back and F.31. Mann, WINDOW 8IIAD1X, 35 Water Street, N. Y. DR.PImXD TAILOR.Actrnan the St.John Hirer ,
'saw5 it dry. Rub last until you are quite Santa Rosa, John Chain, Milton. which he is now offering at prices such jn to present IIn 0. J. MCIIT.
dry. Put on your chemise sleeves,draw on W. J. Stokes, great inducements to customers.ALSO STRICT articles! of produce. cntru..ted to his care, 3tI R. II. DAB returns his thanks to his USDa CI.UUr or CAT
Isaiah Cobb ; and the public for the lib. frills is a new House, recently,opened for the v
a night to keep from chilling while ,jr. and all orders promptly cmuplicd with. [JulyS-tf generally
gown, Walton, Daniel McLeod, Euchecanna. Lace and Muslin Curtains,Satin DC Lane'*, Dnm- \ patronage he ha received,.and hopes by _L eommodaiion Boarders and visitor from the
you tuck your skirts under one arm, until Cilcs Bowers, asks, te., all a t a great bargain. JulyS-tf Hoe & Co's Patent Ground Saws. 1 attention to merit .continuance of the North during the encasing,and tatar ,
you wash and dry one limb; drop that side Niell Munroe, Subscribers manufacture from the best It u stuated immediately C the St.John's River, i iabout
,
and do the otherr likewise, and be flare that holmes, A. II. Browncll, CcrroGordo. WIIOrE.SAL.ICMTMIX WM-MATTIIIESSEN(;, HOUSE, THE Steel, CIRCULAR SAWS, from two has removed his store from Bay 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short distance .
the small of the M. II. street to Foreyth street two doors from from the month of Black and is 1t. t
back and sides get their Stanley, No. 143 East inches to eighty inches in diameter. Their Saws Captainllowcll's CIk
Queen
Bay, corner ,
full share This done R R Goddcn I hardened and and grocery store, "her he permanently favorably located and tuf ap,f tM !
and
rubbing. sit down, july 8 Charleston, S.C. tfPIKRSON. are tempered are ground h mentioned. Arrangements f.r i
Washington, Washington Tabor, Vernnn. located, and is prepared to all work entrusted purpose a
finished for thopurpose
dip one foot in the basin rub and dry it by machinery designed expressly::
the accommodation of sixty and already
j
G. Worthington, JENNINGS & Cc. and therefore much to those to his care, with despatch and in a workmanlike brde.
) are, superior
put on stocking and shoe and then numerous have a location
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your John A. Tabor, manner. He assure all who Y.ito & tMIJnuf
CLOTHING in the usual
UUIJYIJ wi I
] ground manner, as they are strengthened the .
wash the other.1'Crowi Jackson J. B. R nllac Marianna.\ favor him with a that they. at The bena t.
: No. 26 Haync-Strcct:: and stiffened by increasing them in thickness may pJeu Iagl&
W. Per ed with his work. A fit is to a fine and boats and are
John neat warranted.N. Mnr Sprg pcoeys
inly 8 Charleston, S.U. If regularly fJ.r the cutting edge to the centre, consequently J
; can Count Three and no More James Griffin, do I not become heated or buckled, and B.-Cutting, cleaning, and repairing, at the kept for purpose thither. T1.pioprittor -
Jesse M. Clark WALKEK & UUKXSIDE; shortest notice. respectfully invites strangers and to
WAKDIAU":
: in timber. July
A few months since in produce a great saving
t we were riding a or sojourn at the Magnolia House ia winter
Calhoun, Ellas Branch, A'pen Grove. Cotton Factors and "drop b"
.. % They al-u> manufacture Cast Steel Mill, Pit andCro.su
coach with several and thus afford
stage gentlemen when or him opportunityof
James II. Parker
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, a
Cut Saws, and BilletWebs, superior quality LIVERY STABLE.
that attention their comfort which it
. the conversation turned upon the subject of Thomas J. Land, North Atlantic Wharf, all of which have for sale to
I they or they i
Subscriber is
crows,and many interesting anecdotes were Franklin, Thomas J. }:I'I"paJachicoJa." :iulyS Charleston, S.{,*. tf bo obtained. of the principal Hardware Merchants may THE customers in now any prepared way, shape to accommodate or manner, will much give pleasure himself to manifest.and the able superintendent 1

I related. One gentleman said that he knew Samuel W.Spclk.'Cr, throughout tho United States and Canada. in first rate from hones and
C. McKENZIE CAIJOW & Co. style splendid carriages J. A. SUMMERLIN.Jnly .
Thijrpon,
; ,
a that crows could count-at least as far as It. HOE 4 CO., down to horseback riding. 7
; three-for he had often it. Being Gadjdcn, E. C. Lovo, QuIncy" FOREIGN &DOtIESTIC: IRYCOOI)5 2 and 31 Gold Street.rr i Parties waited at any hour of the day or
prove : It. C. Lester 0
No. 171 East: Bay, Charleston, S. C. tt Publishers of who will insert :
iuly3 jj newspapers Calls made to of the for Ia1LI1xtor
troubled with crows in the field, he had often S. B. Love times nig" any part city per- E01el
this advertisement three with this note, and
James M.Smith C1IAFEE: ST. AMAND & CROFT !n'who wish to take the steamers.
attempt to shoot them. But they forward us a paper containing the same, will be exertion will bo made CHARLESTON
knew what a gun was as well as he did, and Leon, D. W. Girynn, "U .WINES, LIQUORS! HCGARS, TO- pain in printing material,by purehasingfourtimes; E.cr II.to plcreo.A. BLISS, M TIlE Undersigned would respectfully inj5j.foem

therefore kept oat of his reach. He then II.Archer,jr. IIJ. 1JACCO, &c. the amount of their bill for the advertisement.New July 8-tf Near the House. his friends and the Public DPrUyth'

concluded to put a small booth in the field, II... C.T.Demilly Blocker,, Jnly9 No. 179 East Bay, ChRrle ton.R.C. tf York, April 22d, 1354. July 8-3t BIIIBo.o he has leased that extensive mad .pl WW!
THUS. J. HESDRICK4. JAMES H. tablishment, the PLANTERS and is
And place some carrion-a dead horse- Waknlla, George Miller, New Port. II. JESSEX, To Planters and Lumbermen.CRESS now ready for the reception of HOEL. eligible
to
within gun shot. From this place he supposed T. J.M.Richardson, DEALERS IN GROCERIES, LIQUORS PHILADELPHIA.I undersigned having formed lion, being convenient to all the businesS

he could fire at them when they N. G.\V. Walker, SEGARS, &r. TiE the purpose of copartnership a will eeu it to those who visit the
transacting
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alighted to eat. Whenever would enter Noah Posey,. julyS No. 139 East Bay, CharlestonS.C tf General Merchant fiiisinesa at city on b1inel a 0 neril o expense will
Jefferson T. J. Chase Monticello. Malone &
Taylor be the the
the booth the would all sit the spared by Proprietor promote
crows
upon James R.Tucker P. M. COHEN & CO. MAGNOLIA, E. F. C
fort convenience of render
.
-- i, distant trees, and not one would come near Joel Walker, DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, LUMBER COMMISSION MC would ronpoctfull call the attention of all who are & worthy h guests the a patronage.i

till he was gone, then all would alight except James D.Morris, tc., ic. Philadelphia desirous of purchasing cheaply, t their large and h every He is pleased to add that be
j the sentinel A.McDonald, Madison C.ii. Very relctruny 10lict iJDmellt of well selected StAck, consisting in part.of .upprt ..
who remained to give Madison julyS No. 29 Ha>'nc Street, Charleston, .C. tf % s| Book ,of Mr.J.
warning danger approached.The S. R. Sessions, LUJIlER SHINGLES, T. M. Anderson, S. FARRAR & BROTHERS, Liberal a.lvnel Refer to ", Caps, Orockery and Glassware, veiling community of this and b t State.
his
fail i
gentlemen finding to .
plan B.:UcKinne,, DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES E. T. BROCK, Philadelphia, Bt and Shoes, Drugs, Medicines, july 8-3m t.W.
thought he would deceive them So he Hamilton, II. J. Stewart Jasper, &c. E. T. RICHARDSON, do- Jroo Nails, rait. Oils, )3UR

took his eon with him to the booth, con John Frink, .. Corner East Bay and Cumbcrland-Sts. jnly6-tf T. E. BUCKMAN, Jacksonville Fla. lard..are and Cuter Glass. Orange Spring

I cluding that when they had seen one go James II. Hcndry, inly3 Charluton, S.C tf to the Provision Busi. East Norida.T Ho

I away, the crows would think the coast clear Jerry B.Smith, NEW VOLUME OF ness. lay, Born, 1\lel Pork, Flour, B8.on Fish, Hotel is now open for the reception of ID

and decend to the bait But when the son Columbia, George Herbert, Allgator.'S KEUFFER, IIENDRIX & Co., GOOIEY'LADY'S BOOK. .!, constantly hand i quantities. vad and the travelling public. We deem it
8. Scarborough, COJIMI8SION; : MERCHANTS, Commencement of the Second Quarter of a to allude to the superiority of the location
left the booth unnecessary
a crow sung out caw, calC Reuben Ilogans, fur the sale of Ccotul. Produce of all
the
kind purchad other the
taw, (there goes one) not a crow would1e&ve W. A. Sheffield Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, SOMETHING VERY FINE. All a invited cl bfore maing purchases rare mineral over any qualities I this Peilla, a

,. hU place. Alachna, A. M. Cute, Newnantville.R July8 Charleston, S.C. tf The July No. Godey's Lady's nook. elsewhere.N. established beyond cavil is ester-a

f The next day tho gentleman took two Toungblood, "5' BANCROFT BETTS & MARSHALL. Is published,and contains as usual, a greater assortment B.-A large assortment of Negro Goods,such tog every effort. to render T.pet

persons with him to the booth and then let C.L.VIIson, FOREIGN of articles for ladies not only for show,but as Kerseys, Blankets, to- and only crav. a little more time to complete his
Duval Felix Livingston Jacbon.ille.George SILKS, AND DOMESTIC July 8-tf HENDRICKS A CHESS
be found other
them depart one at a time. The crows on Stone, STAPLE GOODS use,than can i any periodical the arrangements and satisfy all Invalids can have

the trees saw the first, and cried out"there Uriah Bowden Nos.209 it 211 King, Corner Market, SteeL world. Southern Quarterly Review. me aid, and such extra attentioestheiristua-
The unrivalled Colored Fashions, to be found in Our will be la attendanceonandafterthe2Oth
Periodical the of its
in the
goes one," in their own peculiar dialect, John D. MoKinlay, ulyS CharU tonS.C. tf no other publication-Front for a L'I Cabinet- rpHIS JL entire region i the only South one: and its & nquir ow Hack ov. the arrival of
are O t.
then the other went "there goes two," but Nassau, James O'Niell, Woodstock CONflICT JENNINGS &. Co. Children a Dresses-The 3leror ad Mantles referred to as the best e"ideo of the pj., of .Boats at Palatka. K. S.DARGAN.jnly8 .

?;7 '-- they would not light, for they had counted Milli." SADLERY, COACH, IIARDW ARE&c. -Embroidery, with Cord-Insertion for Shirt the South, and its capacity give expression to Proprietor.MAONOLIAHOTJ8 .
Nassau, C. C.Besaent, t
three when entered. Fronts Embroidery for Shirts-Braid ratten.Goodey's .
they the the interests
feelings, intelligence of this
A. J. Braddock, << No. 165 Meeting Street, of Lessons in wildFlowers *.
Cur Dra.ig-The Section of our Country. Its U to
Tedayfollthegentiemtkth D. ICgginbotbam. nly8 CharlestonS.C. tf The purpose fairly represent
: one by one, the crows cried "there gt John'Gad, Humphreys, Augngtiner PaJlyrThe or ourselves, and not to misrepresent others.It Jalre Florida the
goes Basques,Chemisettes and under Sleeves-Bonnet THE hat just completed
McCARTER & Co. aims to maintain the truth understand 4.
it
as we
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-- others "with him. When they went out F.Jacob C. llnmphjeyg Stickler "" dealers in l- Preserver-Initial Letters-Chosnut Basket, and to assert. the intellectual equality of our Section 5"? above House, fitting it up i the most comfortable -

one"- two"-"thtre ,three;" PutnamY..\V.Tumblin, I HOOKS AND STATIONARY, .For the Centre Table Coral Broidcr Ilankerchicf while at the same time, it will free mind of .tJe,1 will use ee.exertieet.plus'
.and when these men were out of sight they Stanislaus Glinski, '< Cor.Meeting t Pinckncy-sts., -Dmd Pattern-Head Dres, onr people from that state of literary thraldom and all that may fuo him. patroaage.
all alighted and the of the Line Engrave, NOAH AND TIlEDOVEOallantryMuisleA I aDd under which have Particular attention paid
I gun fourth man Nathan Norton, I uly9 CharetonS.C. tf dependency they to long t InJds.
did iU work. Day at the 8hipYal labored. We then, front all lovers of the .
Marion John Mcintosh Ocala.Bobert cla
S. G. COURTENAY with Engravings Farm House, Engravings Corner Oceaa and
I
South and home literature
The Bullock II a truly that MO
gentleman stated that
this
been thing: had P. Helveston BOOKS, STATIONERY AND CHEAP ofColumbuey'.Invaluable and Seasonable support for our Work which wilt enable to giveit Jacksonville, July 818 > ff
tried repeatedly, and it was evident Creams and u Good Stabling for J
J.)L Willis, 'I I PUBLICATIONS.ulyS nelptot.ionllc a free course, and thus make it emiDeDty.orth1 Ia
that crows could count as far as three, but No. 3 Broad Street I' of the world's admiration and ou'r .
CharlcstonS.C. tf
D. A. .
Levy, Morgan, Wacauojga.John ow CHARLES DaW.tLLA.DOTIQN ,
there their arithmetic ended. When they R. Hatcher. ruddioWTh No. will be sent o the receipt of 2 cts. I C.AORTL\Er.Publisher. .

I '. will ascend to the higher branches of mathematics Robert. Wattentoo, I IIUGER & MILLIKEN, TERMS. Office "SO. ," iii .kIt.Jacksonrilie. *
DOMESTIC and FOREIGN PLANTATION Ono Copy,one year $3 Law Broad-et Charleston Flo.
Range S.
Is yet to be ascertained. In the AHliborongh, Simon Tannin, Tampa. GOODS. Two ,one year 5 ., C toaD
M. ia part of the Cotaty
meantime, others can bring on the incidenta Cunningham, Five CoJe.,one and extra to the SALE any aU.te
K T. Kendrick, No. 42 East Bay, Charkston,S.C. year a copy Tho following resolution was adopted by the solicited.
.
crownologyolice Branch. lltrnando, Joseph)I.Taylor Do Soto. person sending t club 10 SOUTHER COMMERCIAL ClYnlol.: hold i Go lot the subscriber "-
t O emt.
WILLEY BANKS & Co Bight and an extra to tfco -
W.M. Garrison, .. Copies oe year copy Charleston in April 1854. er 111' private or auction .il qu"y
An Irishman who was near sighted -* Charles MeMinn, >. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIt3 DRY'GOODS. person sending the club 15 Helre Tha the Sourthern Quarterly Review, attended to and amounts epl.Iare

4 and was about to fight a duel insisted E. L. Selph, Eleven Copies,on year, and a extra copy to theperson published City of Charleston, by a native of Subscriber b been known ia for
send the .
No.41 Haync-tt Charleston S.C. club and edited by one of the distinguish a number Auctioneer and otherwise.--
,
; that he should stand six paces nearer to his Monroe, Peter Benjamin Cruso SaWyer, Key West.<> |:- *Godcy's Book and Arthur's Home 1rg l gentlemen of the I, being the only He offers o1eal. bat desires that inquiries

antagonist than the latter did to him, and Robert. Clark,, AGNEW: FISHER & HOXIE, Magazine will both be sent one year for 93 40. Periodical of that character, printed and published D. rlat himself or ssy

they were both to fire at the same time. .. Samuel Young, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER- L.A.GODEY, No. 113 Chesnnt-street" Phihv, In the Southern Stat&an having always defend commercial l a
t This beats Sheridan's telling about a fat Orange, Algernon 8.Speer, Enterprise. CHANTS. Notice. ed the a int.r f th Sth, Since the fire he h located Us store o Forty!n

; man who was going to flight thin one,that Arthur then, 5' Accommodation Wharf GutrlestonS.C., undersigned will be absent at the North entitled t the patrg ppJe. street,O the burnt dtr where his AUction ra-

the latter' slim figure ought to be chalked Elij: h Watson. ,, TUB the present time until about the tat of and this ,recommend i t tines is also at pa cte and where be

on the other's portly person and lithe bullet Sumter W. C. William, AdamsvUle. W. O. BANCROFT & Co., October nxt when they.i rpn.stock of Favorable consideration.For tel oa'a nb. t.n?,
D. G. Lee, >> NET CASh JOBBING HOUSE. Goods their Rent.
hit outside of the line, it wu to go for E. II. Crone, Nos. 253 & 255 King: Street. businc'3 will b in the had I of Rodney Dorman, DWELLING Iluuse on Dnval Street In .For Cash awl Country Produce.

nothing. Svll/moD null, Charicton I IS}:. 11,' 4 BOUSE.. A 'lu g F. C. IURT. July 8-U CHARLES PcTf AH*



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