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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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VOL. 1. JACKSONVILLE; SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1854. NO.:5.' ; 4d

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a wayfaring my crossed! tie bridge at Berwick fessor had been at length auctewfial and after Frvm On Peiylrani. raise immense numbers of cattle under the Another letter From Goczalet. : .', :
:itistcian[ from the North and proceeding down twice BJgoing.thr..-arrant. the exe- Oar.... Territorial.Acquisition. '
: ; auspices of American farmers,'& the protection -. This gentleman! writes a ttcond' lettefr; ;
Maryrate, eatdown on Unch l II j' the.door cutlet G/Sir John, i ida had at often .failed It has always been a favorite task of our of the American and it ; .
of an hostlery on the side of the Street nearly in reaching i its declination, ling''had political antagonists underrate the valueof they never reach here: they gOKtromtnt may pvhf, from W $L! )gto1t CUy, $9 tIme editor of U* I ..J

let u speak cf A Ha*as we ftad kirn. fronting what was called the 'Main scaled his pardon. lie harried with his father the territorial, acquisitions which at diA go overt; California, and thus kwcu the N w York Ttmts, ia reply to w m thlng .j '" '.i.

Let 05 rpeak cf ft man M we Cad hta, guard.' lie did not enter the inn, for jt from the prinon to his own house. his ferent-times have been made by Democratic cxhorbitant: demand now pnesieg: upon our time Sun ftLat.cit.r"LI4Lten saying de _

Andcennre<< aton w&at we tee; was above his apparent condition being family was clinging.around him, sheddingtears Administration.' The denunciation of California western cattle growing region!: from both rogatorUy of hio. Ia the ,coarse of this I ::.:
And its WAD bl..met'. rcKwmJ kia, that which Oliver Cromwell had made his of joy: and they were marvelling with as a Territory "not worth a dollar," the east and the wot sad driP contribute letter he takes occasion :
headquarters a few before and where gratitude at the mysterious providence that I by Daniel Webster is \'familiar to the i : to(peak hjs form j.4er
That from fault* we're ooc *f M me. years ,, ; yet almost directly to the more economical supply -
at otne earlier period, James the Sixth had had twice intercepted the mail, when a minds of all. How true it was the million; of the dweller on the Atlantic coast i connection with Cuban ,affairs, in this : f
If the nil from the heart could: I* torn, taken up his residence when on his\ way: to stranger crated an audience. Sir John desired of untold treasure which have poured in with whftt has become a pr.me: article of faahioai '. .. >',t :j .
And the mind could be read on the brow, enter the sovereignty of En land. The him to be admitted-and the rubber upon us from that golden region have abundantly necessity in almost every family. We have -Mrevlf. tIle person who earn, ia ; j .,

There are many we'd pact by with worn traveller wore a coarse jerkin, 'fastened entered. He was habited, as we have be- shown. In the same spirit the territory not time or space to elaborate upon this 1848, to the United b tales, on a mission toGen. .
Whom we're landing with high bonon DOW. found his body by a leather girdle andover fore described with a coarse jerkin; but his acquired from Mexico by the new point, but give our suggestion for what it is Worth; was made a member cf Gen.Lopez's i

Let tu fpeak of a man M we find bun, it a email cloak composed of equally plain bearing was above his condition. On en- Gadsdcn Treaty has in advance of It, on no worth. Junta ; was the first on the tti of '.
AnJ heed not what others : materials. lie was evidently a'oungJIW1, tering he slightly touched his beaver but information upon the subject, been characterized With a Union bound together as ours is, those sentenced to death by too Danish :
may fay 1
but his beaver was drawn down so as almost remained covered. as entirely worthless. We the .
bind may yet development of a new resource in any Govcrumt ; who raised the Cardenas expedition -
ICho'* frail then a kind word will him to conceal hir features. In one hand I "When you.have perused these," said he live to.see such predictions prove as fallacious portion of it, in a greater or a less degree and procured to Gen. Lopez most
Were coUnew would torn him away. he carried email bundle and in the othera two from his bosom "cast .-itlt reference to it Webster's
a ki&g papers as pre- benefits all other portions. An electric of the friends: who since: helped h.manti the
For the heart mast be barren indeed, pilgrim's stafT. having called a glass of them into the tire." .diction in regard to California turned out chaia runs through the whole body of the cause ; who was appointed chief of his staff} .
Where no bud of repentance maj blown, wine, he took a crust sf bread from bis bundle Sir John glanced on them started and to be. I nation, and an impression either commercial ,,'ho'WU the first to land in CarJenas! a&d .
and alter resting a few minutes rose to became pale-they were his death war- The political history of America: establishes -, !
Then panie ere yon caa&it to bINd, -1 or political, at anyone region, to a certain the first to qbcd. Cubam blood upon the bat
On a amile or a frown bangs iU doom. depart. 1 he shades of nigh were setting rants. no truth more firmly than that it I I extent, Is generally felt for good.or evil : te! field ; who was. the only Cuban included
in and threatened to be a night of storm, "My deliverer!I"exclaimed he,"how shall utterly unsafe to repose confidence and be- i throughout cur whoe confederacy. If our ; in the prosecutions of 1850, in New Orleans;
Plant the Heavens were gathering black, the I thank tbee-how repay the preserver of helm in the predictions of the opponents of notions should be deemed visionary, tkey who raised in Gcorga: men and means: for '
Tie OUronutnen
clouds were rushing from the sea sudden life 7 My1 Cither children thank him the Democratic party.In be much $
my my certainly cannot as so as Webster i the Cleopatra expedition; who was hunted "
THE: GEU.iS.onen gusts of wind were moaning along the for me 1" regard to the new territory, the work I were of California, and at all events, it will down ia that State fur a by Mr.
boa my notber tuld me street accompanied by heavy successive The Old Earl grasped the hands of the recently issued by'Mr. Bartlett, the Whig : be well to wait and sec' what our new plantation Fillmore's officials ; lonhie ? on
That behind you mounntaia Lip drops of rain and the fee* of the Tweed was stranger;the children embraced his knees Boundary Commissioner, who explored a : is capable of bringing forth beforewe Cub affairs ia 1852. published the Her
Round whose base and temmit ever troubled. and he burst into tears. large portion of it, gives some interestingand pronounce it a barren waste, "not wortha ; written lately in the Washington .
Cloud and rapon linger nigh. "'Heaven help thce if thou intendest Logo "By what name,"eagerly inquiredSir important facts, from which it appears dollar." Union:on Cuban afiairs ; finally, has
Grown the plant they call Oblivion.UUUen far in such a night as this, said the sentinelat "shall II call my deliverer !I" that Uncle Sam's new purchase contains expressed that confidence'and Gen. Pier
in the hollows lone; the English gate, aa the traveller passed The stranger wept aloud, and raised his within its limits some highly cultivated valleys Romantic Blarrlajc. which justice required him to acknowledge,

lotew I but the j..hv thither, him and proceeded to cross the bridge.In beaver; the raven tresses of Grizel. Coch- with a very considerable proportion of A few evenings ago,as the car. of the Car- and which has needlessly shocked the .'.
Dity and night I'd wouder OB, a few minutes he was upon the bor- rane fell upon the cloak. excellent grazing land. roltoa Railroad were approaching the city, nerves of the editors s or proprietors of the
AnJ would qnkkly pluck its leaflet. ders of the wide,desolate and dreary moor Gracious heavens!"exclaimed: thy astonished In nothing the progress of his journey, a little girl about thne years old n.iD. N. Y. Sun That is mj self. :
Drinking: them with my wine, weed-mouth which for miles presenteda and enraptured father"My own Mr. Bartlett repeatedly speaks of travelling front of the engine and stopped on the cen .
Till thy love I had forgotten desert of white, fern: stunted heath, here child !-my own Grizel! overtery fertile and productive regions, and tre of the track The brakcman attemptedto COTTON SEED Oil_.-.The Journal of the ;-
and there covered with thick brush-wood. particularly of land prolific ia the production stop the engine as soon as the child was Cth says that a Mr. ShephcedcetGalcston,
And those fl'Ire, ("toe"OWI of thine
; lie slowly toiled over the steep hill, braving How about that XMuri U tu.Uan. of fine grass.! percciied, but on and on;! hurried the iron has succeeded in an experiment for producing I
the which oftenpake
And
eyes om-e so the stein, which now ragedin the The Mobile boys"are sad wags when fcOn leaving the San Pedro." says Mr, monster, and jrfst as i it vat about to crush oil from cottonseed by pr sur. Orehundred
to me w'tb: tender shine wildest fury. The rain fell in torrents and they have a mind to be so. The last storyof Bartlett, 'the whole face of the country into the earth the beauteous victim which pounds of seed yield from twelveto

,''t- And the lip so full of sweetness, the wind howled, as a legion of famished their "saws" runs something after this changed. From that river we had ascended thus so innocenjly braved its coming, the fifteen pounds of oil: which, when clarified .f
J On..e co fondly preyed to mine! wolves hurling in angry echoes over the fashion. to a plateau of an undulating' character. strong hand of $n !&thletic1Qung man wasstretched is equal to sweet oil fur machinery and 1
heath.' Still the stranger pushed onward Every body knaw that a large party similar to the western prailc5. It was covered forth, and at tb. hazard cf another superior ordinary lamp oil, while it can .
TilE DAUtillTEBe until he proceeded two or three miles from from :\Jobilez including the military, went with short grass; and i in the depressions life, the child was saved; be sold (o le-thirJ or cue-half the cost. 1
Berwick, when as if unable: to brave the out to Winchester by the railroad,, to celebrate we fouud pools of small oaks. Loud was the shout\ applacse from the The cake left after tLe oil is petted
out
A Touching Story. storm, he sought shelter amidst th. crab the Fourth and to rejoice over the The country continued the same the few. who witnessed the danng deed. and in I (forms valuable bod for stocks. J
and bramble bushes by the way side. Nearly progress of the road to that point. These following day. (Sept.,, 1851.) the great triumph the young man bore the child away f
\\licnthe tyranny of the late James I an hour had passed since he sought his were met by hundreds and thousands of rich and abundant, the valleys studded and delivered i\tq its mother. Any attempt How She Felt when First Kissed.
drove his subjects) to take up arms against imperfect refuge and the storm had increased people-men, women and childrenfromthe with oaks etc. Here a small stream, one to describe a mother's feelings on snch an A lady friend of ours sass the first time
htm one of ttte; most formidable enemies of in fury, when a horse's feet were heard adjacent counties Alabama and Mississippi of the tributaries of the Santa Crux, was occasion would be more than vain. Site she was kissed she fel like a big to .f rosesswimming
hid usurpations was tir John Cochrane,ancestor splashing along the road. The rider bent } and the whole had a grand lrbe- met with, which now become rapid and felt as a mother alone can feel], when the in honey), cologne, nutmeg and ,
I t., tie; l present Earl Dundonakl. lie his head to the blast. Suddenly his horse cue jolhtieatioa. closely hemmed in by.willows. darling of her heart-her only child-is chcckcrlerric She also felt a if ume-.
vraboneuf the! inuat (.romillcnt; actors in was grasped by the bead and the traveller The fun of eating and drinking, singing.speechifyingandtoastingbeingotersomeof. Of the valley of Babocomori,he says thatit rescued from the very jaws of death ; and thin: ; was running tl.rough her nines on a .

Arg; >K.'*, reU.ll.on.: ami for ages a settled stood before him, holding a pistol to his was from a quarter to a half a mile in I with an eloquence which no words can convey feet. of diamonds, escorted b> S\crllitle!
po! im hung ocr the house of the Campbellsi breast. the faboys" of the military cencci veil: a plan width, and covered with a luxuriant growth she looked and spoke her thanks. I Cupids in chariots, drawn by angels shaded -
for a grand "saw" for the benefit of their of "The cattle roamed 'J bat mother widow and by honeysuckle1) and the whole spread
<<'m'eloping ia common ruin all who' united aDipniount, fried the stranger sternly.The grass. along tile was a young,
their fortunes in the cause of its chieftains. horse benumbered and stricken with country friends, and a drum-bead court- entire length of the valley, and at the timeit fair as the incarnation of a poet's dream ; I with melted rnbws: Jerusalem What
The same doom encompassed Sir John fear, made an effort to reach his arms.but in a martial and execution was resolved on.- was abandoned there were not less thin and withal, she was blessed with no httte j power there i$ a k.ss. !-. #
Cochranc. lIe was surrounded by the moment the hand of the Robber quitted the The plan was suggested and at once adop- forty thousand head of them, besides a large of this world's goods.* Of course she was Picaytzzee.

king's troops. Long, deadly and desperate brdle: grasped the breast of the rider, ted. Every thing was conducted with the number of mules and horses." grateful to the preserver of her child's life, The {
ma* his insistence, but at length, oerpowtred and drhim to the ground. lie fell utmost solemnity, and the "green ones" Of Santa Cruz and neighbcrhood, whichit and as he was poor she offered to bestow i Cause ef Consumption t.
by num\'r.I.e\ was taken pr oncr heavily on his ftcc: and for several minutes looked on in silence and amazement. Two is presumed will fall within our boundary upon him a goodly largess, lie, however Dr. W. W.lal.says, "A i erson in .
tried and condemned to die on the scatJ JItl.; remained>,d senseless. 1 he stranger seized prisoners (well up to the fun) were led out he says: "It U admirably adapted for refused to accept any reward for doing: what J etl and cf .eJilJ size. in eight g ':
lie had but a fe r days to lire, and his jailor the leathern bag which contained the mail I before the court, the charge of desertion; the raising of cattle and horses, as well as he considered to be his duty, and so the I elevp. breathe 90 gallons of air; but if one
awaited the arrival of his deathwarrantto : from the north and Hinging U on his shoulder I and disobedience orders was read to them for all kinds of grain. Wheat in particular matter for the time rested. fifth of his are inoperative, he consumes
lead him forth to execution. His family I rushed across the h< and friends had visited him in prison and Early on the following morning the inhabitants against them was conclusive. They were At a number of points passed through the young man and tbeCrul an in the course of 24- hours, 700 gallons .
exchanged with him the last heart-rending of Berwick were hurrying in found guilty and ordered to be shot. regions which had once been successfully widow, and the result was. that yesterday less than he ought to do. No wonder then
farewelL But there was one who was the groups to the spot where the robbery had Arrangements for the execution were at cultivated, but which had finally been abandoned they went together to Mobile, where the that when the lungs begin to work less '
pride of his eye and of his hoube ; e\en been committed, but no trace of the rubber once completed and the victim with their by the inhabitants on account of the idow's name is at the Hymenian altarto freely than they ought to do the face soon
tinsel, be daughter of his love. Iwihght could be obtained. eyes bandaged, were led out into the woo'L incursions of the savages and the inabilityof be changed, and the young man is to be- begins pale,the appetite feds the strength
was casting a deep gloom over the gratingof Three das had passed and Sir John Here tho whole military were mustered ina the Mexican Uover.itnent in CUinj to come not only the protector, but the step declines; the flesh fades, an tie v.ctan,
: hollow-square around the prisoners, anda protect them. Of the the father of the child he saved. dies.
hU prisouhome; he was mourning fit the Cochranejet li>ed. 1 he mail which contained country near
last look of his favorite child, nd his head his death-warrant had been robbed file of six men were detailed carry the old mission of Cocojer, now abandonei May tall! jo;'s of the twain increase and A Dutchman's Qppiuloa of
was pressed against the cold, damp wall of and before an other orJer could be given, order of tho court into. execution. from the above cause, he says: their days be many.-[iV, (). True De.ta. aKa'ny NIht.
his cell, to cjol the feverish puUat.ons that the intercession of his father, the Earl of The excitement now became intense "In the valley stood the orchard, well) "Veil lasht Fr'day nij.ht vash devon ash :
shot through; it like the sting of lire,when of Dundonald, with the king's confessor Men and boys tilled the trees far and near stocked with apples, pomegranates,peaches, Witty Retort. never vash I tought to po down the h.U
the door of his apartment swung on its might be successfuL Grizel now became U> witness the tragic scene. Women were and quinces liiese' Ja.tu founu in the The Sporting Magazine tells the follow. to mjp l'Ols but no sooner I did valk. end
unoiled hinges, and the keeper entered, followed his most constant companion in prison,and dodging and peeping about wherever there greatest profusion, the trees bending wit! ing little anecdote, which came oTa! short faster I stands till for de darkness voss
by young and beautiful lady. Her spoke to him words of comfort. Nearly was an opportunity to get a sight of the their loads of fru.t. Proceeding down the time since. A certain bishop tnt it his 1 dat I could not st r it mit m:ne b mts,
shooting. The" knowing ones," while valley, we noticed nunruined ranchos i duty to remonstrate with one of his clergy and de Y.in dunder and bhxnm in more
since the
person was tall and commanding, her eyes fourteen da)s had parsed protracted -. '
dark bright and tearless ; but their wiry; hope in the bosom of tl.e prisoner be- laughing in their sleeves,assumed the moot and other remains of acivtLzeJ community fur hunting. den tn m ne ski vas vet tf t
brightness spoke of sorrow-jf sorrow too came more bitter than his tint despair.But .- serious and elongated visages, and everything now overgrown with tell gross and shrub I "Well, your lordship," was the reply," mine co's But after vn tie! vile sloped
t deep to be wiped away-and her raven even that hope bitter it was, perished. betoken the near approach of the fatal [iery. Cotton woods and sycamores, of a "I really don't see that i it i is any wore than qu.tting: rain. aoroething I kept feeling -
order to"fire !I" large size along the of the going to a ball" or mincself all cle \.V alon? ind yen I
tresses were parted over her brow pure as The intercession ofhis father had been I grew margin
pulikhed marble. The unhappy captive unsuccessful -and the second tune the big- Just at this stage of the affair, an old :I strains. The grass was everywhere rich "1 conclude," rejoined his lordship, that come to mine own house to walk in, vat you
raiMijli.e head as they entered. oted and would be despotic Monarch signed woman from one of the Mississippi counties and abundant. It was really painful to see you allude to having seen my name among tink 1-31il Got itielonprto somebody
who had "taken on" terribly about the : beautiful the the list of Duchess of-'s ball ; but I assure else !1"
My Cmld my own Gnzel he exclaimed the warrant for his death, and in little I so a region reverting to con-
as she fell upon his bosom. more than_one day _that. warrant for his matter, not being:, longer able to control her ditnvfa_ wilderness." you I was not in the same_room with : ST The CulpeperEnglish( ) Observer, '
uMy father, my dear father?" sobbed the death would reach the prison. feeling, rushed up to the commanding os.cer Of Tucson, which is a garrisoned town 01 the"dancers during any part of the even- says:Wanted at this office an eitorwbo.
miserable maiden, as she dashed away the The will of heaven be done !1" groanedthe Col. T-, and earnestly exclaimed: about seven hundred inhabitants he saj s : ing. can please enrby.lo, C"fm
tears that accompanied the words. Captive. bDear Mr. Officer, I never did see a man "Wheat, maize, peas, beans, and lentiles "That, my lord, is exactly my case," was who can so arrange paper as to
"Your interview must bj short, very "Amen," returned Grizel with wild vehemence shot; can't you get me a place inside of the are raised at luscon in perfection; white the ruthless rejoinder, "I'm never in the man's advertisement to appear aJoW
short,', said the jailor as he turned and left 'but my father shall not die." ring 1 Do, good Mr. Officer;please do." among the fruits may be named apples, same field with the hounds." e\"el'top the column.
them, for a few minutes, together. Again the rider with thc mail reached The gallant Colonel, who never allows a pears, peaches, add grapes. The only ege- The conversation dropped. ,
"God help and comfort thee, my daughter Tweed-mouth and a second time he bore woman to plead to him in vain, gave ordersto tables we saw were ouions and pumpkins, Stand from Under! CACGHT A L.MT..-Dr. Wm.I.\tis
? added the unhappy father, and he held with him the doom Cochrane. lie spur- admit her and she stood and gazed with but in" such a fertile valley all kinds will dowelL' The Poughkeepsie (N. Y.) Daily Press the 8pender of the infema : .'
woman's
her to his breast, imprinted a kiss upon red his horse to his utmost speed: he look- all the intensity of curiosity at : to : Cincinnati -
her brow. ed cautiously before, behind and around the preparation for the execution. Near the San Pedro river arc very extensive says As a dusty looking cordoned child about hospital, and wh.ch killed him and his

"I feared that I should de: without bestowing him, and in his hand be carried a pistol In a moment the word was given I The grazing valleys which are now roamed forty years of age and from the country, wlfto, h been caught, it is reported, in

my hut blessing upon the bead of ready to defend himself: The moon shed a I file aoklierft fired 1 and the unfortunate" over by inuueub* numbers of wild cattle, wu passing under the scaffolding of the IowA _ _ 5
own child and that stun me more than the hearth desolation victims: tumbled over as "natural. life. and Mr Bartlett believes of the plateau or
my ghastly light over rendering building nobeing erected on the corner PARADISE ion lhraeeErEa.In
death, but thou art come,aud the last blessing risible and giving a sp.ritual em- A couple of table-cloths: well stained with Chihuahua that "about two-thirus of this of Main and Catherine streets, tie tier Jeflersonville. Tazwell county, Ya- good
upon the bead of my own child, but : bo liment to every shrub. lie was turningthe claret wine, were anithen into which the table laud, which extends from about the day. a brick came down, struck upon his butter is selling for 8 cts. per pound. fresh
thou art come and the lat blessing of thy of when his bodies were rolled, carried into a parallel 32 de;;.40 wOo, where the Rocky lie G
angle a straggling copse head, and broke in two. was stunned eggs cts. per dozen, and fat chickens 1
wretched father" horse reared *t the report of a pistol, the tent.The Mountains suddenly drop oil", near the copper iur a utneut. hut soon recovered sufficieaty per dozen/.
Nay, (forbear! she exclaimed; not thy tire of which seemed to dah right into his old lady was satisfied; she had seen mines of New Mexico, to the 2oth parallel to get off the following, and leave those .
last bleating: not thy last! My .ithershall ears. At the same moment his horse rear two men shot,as she supposed, and as she may be called a grazing country." who had gathered around him in a roar of z"Tlac following specimen; i from theCleveland
still thinks and will the balance of her nat. This however is deficient in wa ,
not die.1 ed more violently: and be was driven from region, laughter: "I say, you white man up dr, Hera
"lie calm, be my child !" replied he; the saddle. In a moment the foot of the ural life. The old lady was not the only ter.Interspersed iC you don't want 3 er bricks hruke,jes keep "When en Dg,thegir now-iiday,
'would to heaven that I could comfort thee, robber was upon his breast, who, bending fcgreen one" at Winchester who was "sold ; throughout the country he 'em offmy head !1" Scarce a atom of dress op them leave; I -
my 01m. but there is no hopewithinthree over him and brandishing a short dagger in by the Mobile jokers. speaks of; there are of course barren waste; None blame them-fur what U aD e\ooids
days thou and all my h'ttle ones will his hand l&id- Of course great care was taken that the just as in fertile l'ennsylvania there are immense -! JCX" story is told of an old Dutch- Hat a dren that i suited for E. .
muskets were charged with blank cartridges, regions almost entirely incapable ol the of the ferry
uc- "Give me thine arms or die. I man, tor many years keeper : z. A law says: Strike not
Fatherless; he wonld hare said, but the The heart of the king's servant failed him, and the Isle placed at a safe distance from successful cultivation, but the hasty and at Oil creek, who was one day crossing thy wise Indo a blossom though she

word died on his tongue. and without venturing to reply, he did as the two "victims.ftSfOUD unfounded judgement which wolud pro with a large load of passengers, who, with be guilty of a thousand faults" ,[ .
Three days 7" repeated she, raising her bo was commanded YANKEES.: .-A few days since a nounce our new acquisition as eminly a one exception, addressed each other as colonel
bead from his breast, but she added eagerlypressing fcNow go thee thy way, cried the robber party of Canadian dignitaries wre traveling barren waste is absurd. major, Judge etc. When the zr-: Printers' accounts are sajd to be .
his hand ny father shall live?' sternly, "but leave me thy horse, and )leave on a steamboat to a Canadian port,not two The adaptation of so large. portion of fare came to capwfin he charged the titled like faith-(1 he substance of things hoped .
is not my grand-father the friend of Father me the mail-lest worse come upon tbee" hundred miles from Detroit. The weather the country in question to grazing purposes men one "What is my fare?" for and the evidence of things mot seen.'
I'otrts, tiw confessor and master of the : The man therefore arose, and proceeded being rather unpleasant, they sought the I is a fact which may not prove eitHer said the gentleman who bad no title, after
if
lung frota him he shall beg the life of his towards Berwick, trembling, and the robber cabin but found it by uninteresting or unbeneficial to the people the rest had all paid. "tour lure !1" eaid ZT5T A case of true grit is that to Miss
completel1.oocopied
f0ui And my father shall not die. mounting his horse which be had left, sable subjects of Majesty ; even of the Atlantic seaboard. In this connection the Dutchman, "TO.UP fare is chust nothingyou Culmina Spink who wl marry ber ugly
Grizel" be be we way state also, that the new isis de first high private Yankee ever but rich ) Just keep other
Ms'ay I nay, returned not rode rapidly across the heath. and inquired of the captain if he bad not a oTr yog
eciv4there !ia no hope-already the Preparations were making for the.execution cabin"or a saloon, waetv theycould be protected Territories of Kansas, and to some extent carried over this creek, and you is vel- and innocent girLi from being duped
king: has fyened tbO order of my execurtion of Sir> John Cochrane-the officers of from the "dim.uncomfortable weather Nebraska, are also spoken of as possessing come !I" protestations. ,

mid14rudeath U now on the the law waited only the mal of the mail out of doors." "'liertainl,, gentlemen," large quantities of grazing had The JC3TAo English journal says that an .. '1 ear nigga, how sell dens
of beef which in tnis you
high pr.ces Ute people
his second death warrant lead him
with replied the captain ; "we hare a fine cabin, old :Saxon has been using, for fifty much
years, inderwid
way."Yet my father AM not die 7" she repeated to the scat-Hold, and the tidrnp. arrived the| pointing to it. "Yes,"responded the quer- makes region\ the have opening been latterly of groaning.new region under in, and with perfect.success, a remedy for the era bra! can ro do, cheap, d, d and me, W
emphatically: and; Burning to her the mail had again been robbed. For ytt Uta,'we observe you have a comfortable any bIte ofna4 dogs, by the agency of which steeldestufftomakedemwidl" .
increase the
lather said calmly we now we shall fourteen day and the life of the prisoner there but it U full of Smoked Yan- oar cendenacjen1ated to
| r Pfff place and thus reduce the cost of that be baa rescued many fellow. beings and Why, you blac fool, PopJ I steel .
meet again.". would be prolonged. He again fell on the luc.n "Smoked Yankees echoed the supply, cattle from the fearful death of hydropho, mine ready
What'would my ch/ifd: i inquired he eagerly neck of bis daughter and wept, and said- surprised son'of Neptune. ."What do you article, a matter of intemtr xa. The remedy is to wash the wound immediately m. _
I gtxJnganiiousJyc I her.pee. "It i.I.good-the hand of heaven U in mean by smoked Yankees "Why: Queen A very large number of the cattle consumed with warm vinegar and tepid water JC3T" The best cur* fO hard times is .
1Mk not hW/my father; abq replied ask thla" ,Victoria's adopted citizens Yankee birth, in our eastern: cities have been raised dl'1lt, and then apply a few drops of cheat the.dcscterby being t
in Illinois and driven here of themhave tmprat.
not now; but pray for me, and bleu me--- *Said I not, replied the maiden, and for with a smoky black skin-very fine specimens ,-some muriatic acid, which will destroy the poison lawyer keeplnsr out of debt da
but. not with thy last blessing. the first time she wept aloud-that. mj father .- of their kind, but not exactly the come the Kansas from Missouri Pioneers,-will hi a undoubtedly few years Tthe saliva neutralize it,and the care i it gogne b for hone m
lie pressing her hand to his heart and ahall not die I refinement and odor that we are anxious to more affected city by being p-
wept upon bet neck! In aJev moment the The fourteen days .were not yet pawed be placed in lOch dose proxmity to." "AU pay great attention to this branch of _
jailor entered aDd they were too) from the when the pr.socsdoor flew open and the right gentlemen,"with a hearty laogh. The agriculture, and 1 U is not unfair to presume J537 Ax owicror 'luTtawr.'-A girl j yPoliteness is a coin destined to en- -
arm of each other. 'Onthaereningof the Old Earl Dundonald rushed to the irma matter was "comprised' to the satisfaction. that ere many years roll by the new territorial whose income 1 is three thousand dollar a rio not,him who receive, but bja wh _

Mouod daj- after the toterriew neotumed, of bit top. Sis latercewioa: irith the con of all parties. [Del Tritx. region we have acquired will also1 year .d it. .; -'

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t1 l oU the suburb, to mark the spot t ,lives wen bL 't tythallhAve; ; and fully considered their The War with Ronla. maddened pi.. Why. condemn tine tutW;, ,

houses that remain arc and dilapidated, The treat of the Transit Company tendered a duty in the they wQi ultimately decide Wo confess no are inl fug about this whom ne peril could delve to funakeosl Why
V loribit tlus.JACKSONVILLE but evidence from their airs and original to aU In& of that course,whichis beat calculated to thrort
ht give free passage per tile fteamer rjometben, Y onion and Ua Somovf contest. At first we were Interested eearare opou! our 1'Ime.ou Doogtas cal
Extensive earth/- who, wished leave, whWifwr aeeepted. preserve th dlatl their pUrkrft
fintsa ofpilmicr The Cyane would soil tut;JJ.Wa&he 17th, taking the leal"t presses of 11 ., sog- the details, that the issue was fairly Mociate*, wheat* tare tutWyao'jly
ern ramparts.mark tint spot where the flag borne Mr.T Tobias commercial age & whig evnUon.for the purpose opened opinr" the Potentates of thorn bars.'tfcrf en r r.1.lortaet1 ,tQe

; of Spain used to float over a fort that guard The BntW*tar eclwaffcBfrnioda, the West .of considering?I dil. th r'ute KiDS'loma"would to aA bat believe that the people of.r State,Wkl 11CI
India mail steamer Dee, and a Uritiah nierchantmaa to be pome V& .t'.o antiquated really get si well se Deaoerat; toe)urf and thus
ed populous and thriving( town and the, have mooldeetie' to such grannu *
a ,. we
the and
i were witness scene. In Mows in the general Met that thedowntrodden
ATURDAY 5 1884. I whig b serve their real friend,will hesitate
AUGUST in earnest- do object ergaaiutlMi beg before
entrance of of the finest harbors on the The rainy steam has commenced I U
one Tin diffleoltlei at San Joan did not interfere with for C d W be, to lrnmr backs. people of each would rise and they WO yield to the perraaduo of Whig leaden

DEMOCRATIC NOMIN1TIOX. Atlantic coast.. While under that.flj the the transit ef passenger .i.: TGrajtowncoiwisted .r. ct wkr have stood '1 proclaim themselves competent tor thefr ,to pursue a course so iurpuUtiu and suicidaL

people of the town have counted two hundred ef ab eighty bowei Maf' i the, ..t SO sad paying It I iI a1& U be 'f1J'POIIN'l that Southern
with
however WUrsea
owe government. So far
belle of and by far the greater then, w. : 1.1tn we ,
ly all of than wood d:1 at.l0r
1"0& aftJLESJBTA'1'IVJ2"1'O OOl'fGnal, square-rigged Teasels In the harbor at porUm rflbwn eomtroeted m the ,United States i are UI 1 because the exception of an occasional foray, the longer affiuate with Kurt hero Whip The

one time. It baa seen many vicissitudes, mi taken there on eh1. One eIkeat0-Lh : and therefore, not aillIIM1 armie Lobe dress and show. former dare not act with the Utter fur riaee the
not called s cm on parade
A.E.MAXTOL. : withyo beca you
oo' hotel eoet 915,000. Not more 1 a Nebraska vote to
I the South American strng- o Congress they see this would. Utoorreae
: .,_ baring, daring :. of the houses in the new part of the town,;which 1YMg&S. __ Diplomatic notes, couched in the,dubious I. >r
reverytbm .
what will
'. g1e for independent. been captured by a. has been built since 1850 were occupied They The tIleD they
words otdiplomacy' and received
' I3T Copies ef the "Newt" may be had of Columbian and held hare heretofore been occupied but were deserted Weatr. given .t Form NCtIIAtaI party 1 They are Uofrwh

at T. M. HcMllleVs Apothecary Hall, on squadron privateers from business.considerations sometime prevfoo to The weather hat been Intensely bt dar- aid so far nothing Is done. By last newsa from quoting the warowp Washmgton to..-

: Bay street by them as a depot, until broken np.by the I this affair. The population of Gray of.town&consisted saber lu th ery'c, the:: past w k On new element has entered the strife. Austria take that. ,Bd what else ea tier dot Whey
A. their of about BOO altogetheri
of
American government ufk account penufis at 98 tin hoH eat b opveeitloB to the Democratic
.. Appointments.If ten or twelve were from the United State*, shoaltwentyIre Tuesday.the mr a.h ,.the weakly power, has.'suddenly become party,
bucaaeering propensities. Daring their occupation were Ei.jriisHmen, and twelve Freneb- lathe JI. i it in whose rank*, Jforfh M well M Sooth are found
deg. .convalescent and in health
rugged.
.XJxwra, DenttcraUe candidate for Congress of it some of the finest buildings men and Germans. The remainder of the popobvUonwereJautaieaMgroMandoatlvee. dl w ,. national! 'anent, deretedto 10 the eooctitotirMl
,.wiff address the people of East Florida in : TIM Amer- 05 deg..and at 'lr u'd 0 deg.. and at present dates,appears to be the nm- I.right> >of every s ctkm of tSe
of gt country, they cannot
were burned and a large yuottily property : French and Dam were engaged tohotetkeetimg
air
.' awortlanee with the following appointment i leans English without a breath of lUnn. I pre between the contending powers. Nowit the
cape alternatlveofeityereliagingteyortheuWhip
&t.rlay 1 August J kl'll1riJle. pillaged. Again it was taken by the i The hvusw end*upiod trade.by the nnflvw and negroes Our extreme heats arc generally relieved Is thought the war will cease, and all I or forming a sectional party. I submit
Ie" to
''' MusdsJ TharaLy 17 II BL BI k Creek.. soi d lam patriots who were trying were principally frame baildirtg;with rbofc crunched I at night by a grateful breeze but upon thisoccasion I. this marching Trial 'mien-amounts"to whether ekh.reftbe.rht+de nid.sl .

'. Saturday It. Auehe revolutionize Florida with the consent of! palm teat before. Oral-town and I there was something new in the I'nothing as the old couplet read: so long a*there are me enough of the Korth
When the Cyane appeared I
Mum At 1
Tdaeoila 1ay. U"2-1. EnterrrL-e. the American government tub ro demanded satisfaction to the amount of i24.,100, o experience of that ancient individual of!I The King of France with ten thousand men, standing with U5, as Democrat of ,hat seethe dH

f.J SiturJsy y., 26 It Qs1a.KicaDopl. length with thw cession of the territory to I threatcubig bun>baliueni if not complied with' I newspaper notoriety whom It will be useless Marched up the hill then marched-down again.. in the Ute severe contest over the Nebraska bin,
:. Monde 28 I' it under the quiet a given hour it wa not bettered by the lnhabiUi.lithat I to aU m mainUbinj and preserving the
,. 1'lem'fntt0ll.WedDoe1al. the United States care and I rights'i fan
the town was to be Jemoluhed pillaged to name. On Wednesday the mercury attained -- -- --
30" Ne'lmallllrille. of It ilt a lovely spot few IhOti would be New Wharves. under the Con titulles.
protection our flag. bnmoJ. They expected that a
II the before and
Saturday Thursday 31 2 Sep&, Alligator.Noday ProriJeue. and under the vivifying influence of Meals, rod Into the town,that a few houses would be per- I the altitude o day t' We notice, with pleasure, the rapid progress As I shall seek before the elertioo tit a4.hrw
Most of from
furated and then tiuetilltlea'would cease. several thermometers were discharged the of feDew-cillMn
larger portion
4" White springs.WD be animated with com'incrcialUfc. being made by Messrs Led with Sam- my fully on
boardoftheBrftUhwnrsJtoi.flerDeriuu.la ,
will probably went for protection on
the English, however
I farther duty being pitched out of the win these and such other question n be
Ca. Jolly, mis and Broward In tho construction of May JIft'M"t.
BLfStS rtfS TtQTtK, THEY Jar ALWAVS in the harbor. .. e 'o a e 'It e I dows by their levred proprietors. I wm not farther extend these rriMrk. I

EIGHT I" was the exclamation of a The entrance of the harbor is where the lying While the Cyane WAS csimormlinj, a note was I afternoon of Thursday was relieved by T a of their wharves. The charred timbers, shall hare oecarioo abo to speak t. tbeMof the

revolutionary veteran at the polls, whither waters of the St. Marys seek an outlet to received by dipt Ilullins from the Captain of theBritish which looked so desolate,are being replacedby action of Congress upon meaaora ef local latemt
shower with accompaniment
schooner Bermuda stating that he regrettedthat glorious a grand
. ha had been carried in his chair to depositehis the Ocean between the southern point of he had nut British rowel of war there of the :I of lightning,and thunder,which placed solid structures. The above wharves to the State. Though nnfhlftf final has been ,bore

vote. Throughout the long day during Cumberland and the northern one of Amelia JIbe of the Cyane-ho would compel him to do isLCnpL with the gap between being filled up, will so for upon the Rai1bUll which I bare urgently
,
HoIIinc in reply to the note, regretted that the atmosphere once more in a state fit for sought to frt,but which hare bee d'Uvtdby
a warmly contested election he had been Islands, the channel being a deep and Capt. Jnlly had and tm just such as be believed I breathing.On present a substantial and convenient depotfor obstnction messier could enotrel, there 11

seated by the ballot-box, trembling with safe one, admitting ships of large size. By that the United States could get possession of themon the increasing commerce of our place.-
rain set in now a good that better
tho terms M they the Cyane. There I Thursday night a heavy prospect measure for
lame gut
: anxiety, lest the principles of hit W ASH- the depot at Yclow] Bluff frigate can run was a guod deal of anxious looking fur the British i which has with little intermission All these parties intend soon to commence Florida and more acceptable to her people will become -

BarON and JEFFERSON had been forgotten alongside the bank and discharge her cargo. mail steamer Doe, then hourly expected, and remarks i continuc1 the erection of warehouses and blocks of a Uw before the session elect This ill the
amid incessant r: -
when she arrived hostilities almot vr1Jration
in these modern days. This line of road is almost on a direct air were nuvlo that stores upon Bay street. measure known a* Mr.Jlruater'.1aDd bilL It ha*
would immediately be snpended.Jnat of thunder up to the time we write
At length,when the result of the canvass line from New York to the Isthmus of Te- as the town was to be Bred the expected Thick and umbrellasare Arth...Home Magazine. ]a,cd the Senate and I tart will peeiily ynw

tad been announced and it found huantcpec and offers inducements in the mail steamer arrived .bat much to the surprise of (Friday non.) coats the louse, in which body it shall hare my warm
was that
all the Englishmen the work of pillaging and set now in vogue. We have received the August number ef support Its provision embrace the uatrmpwim.iple

RIGHT had prevailed tears in his eyes saving of time and money that must secureto ting fire to the town went forward When was this valuable monthly,anel commend it to the some of the features of the gvs noMte.il

and a heart swelling with patriotic gratification it an immense share of the California all over, the British mail steamer left fur some The Lumber Trade of the 8t Johni. readers who wish fur
other rt, having the Bermuda in tow. notice of such of our principle and also grant for raQ-iv4 fvrpwe
r
came the above blessing from his travel it brings New Orleans several days I We propose when leisure and space permit something like that which its name pnr- m n faroraUe fur Florida I believe, than tbore

lips. New York than by steamer around Political Parties In the South to note in detail tl-is important under heretofore
nearer c".ht a Hume Magazine fur the Family Cir made the system prevailing-*llft
ports
,
GOD We find the following article in the Tam- interest of We would which it will be hereafter t.
BLESS THE I'EOPLE TIIET ARE ALWAYS the Cape.It our locality. cle. my privilege explain -

RIGHT!"-we have great faith in the offers inducements for the shipping of pa Herald. It is from the pen of the able esteem i a favor if parties who are interested I at large to the people when I will also bare

truth of those words. When the political sugar and cotton from the Gulf: ports of editor of that sheet 51, Whit Smith, Esq., and familiar with the! facts and details anuehed. the opportunity to explain my action in referent

I ni-d will go far to convince many of the The barge OcMavttha belonging to C. to other bill c4 interest to out State or to U&ivi-
horizon is darkest-when the lurid flashes GaKestw., New Orleans, Mobile Aialachi- would cmmunict such information u I
h Jlryaiit, "cventy felt lung, intended to run dual thereof.
of fanaticism, and the blasts of ambition cola, St. Marks A I Iwtwezn Silver Springs and Wclaka was I Tour obe'l per'W,
,
I'I'f of
f I combined with the contending elements of safety, and even expense, that must bring doubt on the subject that the interest exhibit of the mills and the business. i I A.L MAXWELL
laurchcd last from the -ard of J.
the South and of the I'pion require them Tuesday 3 1Loao
Tolln.WABM.IW
,
party: seem to threaten destruction to; the this way a large portion of that endless Ithrtoibtc andirclt ufocwa.Florida -
C. Butler & Co. She baa a fine cabin for and ComuJttc
ship of State they come in a still small str'camthat isnowpouringfromuurAincricanMcditerancan to join the great national party, in stemming has been tuo mnc'i a terra incognita; to tlie I NATtln. j

1-= voice bidding us be of good cheer. ,through the perilous channel the tide of abolitionism. and consequent world being only kn"wu from the J.rn the accoml'1'.1ation" of papdvngers.. I [From the Snanmak V .*.]

Partizans may declaim and menace--demagogues lictwccit the Bahamas and Florida..,.more disunion.Mr. ft(rly scttleniei't and history, II the CASt'ALTt'11lcnnvflIctcr up north I The New KJght-Ue.cn He Horse Key

may howl and fawn-but with the than all for the interest of Florida, it opensto Smith has been one of the most influential inglorious Indian war. Latterly, however, put tr;'y high that it ;.!-1. Anther re- Florida.It .

.1. people the (patriotic honest hearted, rear the enterprise of her citizens large tractsofsugarcottonandlumbcrlandswhich Whigs of the State, and lately received iU immense forests, its delightful climate fused to rise and collapsed. This i 1-ot weather is pretty generally known that the

the Whig nomination of Columbia western coast of the Peninsula c>f Fliiila w
KMihijrmass, justice and right must in the must and hcalthfnl atmosphere a attracting the plays STRANGE tricks.Atr.Maxwell'a .
fur mcntativc to -- -- -- .tu.ltlell with J.U' fma>UI,laii'U,hieh
end prevail. It is true, false lights have otherwise continued almost valueless county, Rq> Congress.As notice of those seeking a new ppherc. Wen Aeeeptauee of tetu.J
fit under the appvllation Key*--a
inil-o'-the-viup like, for a moment may It[ will also, bring Tallahassee, the present a warm friend of the South and of the but note the increase *f emigrationfor 3!.IMSOX C.II, FLA. JCLV 19, 1854. Spanish d:derivation and l>y many pcruaim4 -

.' lead astray, or enthusiastic gratitude for '' capitol of the State, within a few hours of perpetuity of our institutions, after a calm the last five years to anticijate the r Ifr*. A. E. M.IXWELL-Dear Sir: The wnder- known as the appellation for isund_

- eminent service rendered the State, prefer 'I' the Atlantic sea-board and the interior of survey of the present aspect of affairs, he sult. sign t bare been appointed a Committee to Inform; To some persons a'., the term,in i iUrlCfa

has felt himself bound to tlI'ltON the organization -- --- -- i of unanimous TommatVm by t. Con- therefore ambiguous: but the number of
the your
individual you
to principle; but the light of i East Florida.A will be seen by the following from
of a small sectional party,and comes 13 rention of the Democratic party of the State of these Keys stretching al.ng the coast
truth soon becomes the guide again and branch which the company proposesto river the tn
\1' I which we extract from the Fkrlla candidate to the State in the Suwanee on -est beyoftl
l broad national He ,,** a represent
the
Principle assumes her sway. build, of but nine milts, will connect out on platform. Savannah Republican, that the money appropriated the Congress<{the United States. Cape Florida on the End of the Peninsula
f will be sustained in his patriotic course: is well without refer nce at all
the Democratic with main rank and thereby calculated
Although has Jacksonville the
i party been by the city Council of Savannah We need not reiterate but only refer you to the
POLITICAL PARTI Sortn. In the first ieinoof tunes to chart to confuse and
is THK a m.1nd a.iI
; bitterly opposed the measures emanating secure an immense forwarding business the IILIUU,WO announced our position in politics f.r the relief of th sufferers by the fire in: actta of the Convention and the meetings of the I localities and geographical distinctions

:l from it have, one by one, been adopted,and to our town. to be Independent, limply meaning thereby Jacksonville,has been returned: people the different counties,as expressive of the Ilenc? some of the important points on this

t. t.- have at length settled down in the acknowledged We have al out five hundred vessels coin that upon wo the would subject tic guided"litir in,by all our that urn we ju should.la mont say, The following letter was received from theChairman estimate In which your post services are held by coast are as to their p .;itscna, but little .

, policy of the country; while those ing to this port annually for luml'cr, and unhi>. and untrammelled by party influence,or of the 4i tril>nting C tile at Jack your cnwtitncnt), *vl confidently express the hope known bcynnd the reach
for N. pArty interests. Anl we have thus far oeD no returned and belief that your future service will equally eonumMTial intercourse. The object of
titoPl'oncnbareeuti".ly numbered with mostly in ballast. With Ehi >"'CMts I
| pod reason, to regret uurJ Jkwi-'n or to change uurpxeitHm. command their cordial ajpnJjatVu.Hoping this communication is to place in clearer
1 the things that were. Orleans and other Gulf ports, t" 'be landed In the ]K>litlvftl prosperity of our common lost,an tho money was returned to th city Treasury sol fully ez;
Error I for a-vrhilc have whan the vessels could at all times country, au-l in the perpetuation of our free iratitntioM -
may ourish- on our cies and acceoaaries tut the commercial Uneiit
,
we feel as lively and deep an interest, we jACEKOiriixr., ((11.)July 20th, 16S4.To tioo may be followed in due time !y your triumphant : -
1 ed like a green b y tree,"yet it has been so come well freighted, at rates that would trust as any (dour fellow citizens ant we regardit aim IIo.le Mayor of' Sa.a G re-cloctrw to the oGke which you at ?resent so'I'I of which the light-liouse ab 've noticed

I i. ephemeral, as scarcely to leave an impress secure the carrying trade, and thereby di- our duty to employ all the moons at nur e>im- SIR: Hunting by worthily fill, allow us, n behalf the Des a wy t has been en-cted.
: ; mand in the !apj><,rt and promotion of throe i institutions. the citizens and city authorities of snn'h for I I The group (,f islands known as Cedar
: ; the "sober second thought" has always mirish the i'reseaitcxliorhitantfrcihtsthat We believe that tho "stability" of our I the relief of sufferers by the fire "rtuwn nf the Stale rid fur vkiwlvcs personally, t- wwh I is situated between latitude 2GW anil

been favorable to the truths his manufacture. government sal the perpetuity 'our liberties was visited on the 5th of A]nil last,a number yen health and strength long &jorveyitre'sa.try.Respectfully Keys
> of Democracy the lumberman JIM to pay on I 10" aid agreeably to the report of th*. Supnrteident -
lot that .'
depend the faithful and implicit preservation orb..h -dicing T.-nre-m- ''t serr'tf, ,
spec
Prty. your
+ and to the fact that "the people arc always of the "CONSTITUTION" as it u, and nut as political rpel by the ,uliti that I B. F. WARDLAW of the United States Coast
# >
right" docs that Democracy owe its ;**- In return, the provisions of the Mississippiwnnl'1 fanatics aol demagogues would have it,and mary of. licen rI'cc! l "f ': M. A. LONG, $Committee. Surrey, 10 southeasterly of the month
the preservation of onr National Union. We therefore actual distress; and feeling:that njiru rul>i dutntu- ISAAC NATIIAXS ) I of the Snwanee river. The I prircrf.l of
mancncy. lie received by us fr'mfirst hands feel it to be four duty to pursue that pt-liry tin of the same w uld uo be in accordance with I these Wand are individually distinguished

The time is past for the people to be guided and with cheap freights instead of from which attainment we shall of these deem bent great calculated en.1 It is to a secure fut well the me noble it return intention to you of one the duro11 thunrnml have. i i.preecl W'\lI iXGToi Can July 21 t, 1834.C 'I as Sea-Horse Key, Dead Man's Key, North

hi their course by political cbican-!'.-_ second third, and even fourth 1-aivls by the known to the whole country that the acquisitionof amount appropriated by your City to E2TTI.EXE5: I rcceire-1 y',ur favor ft As 10th Key, Snake Key, and Atseena Otie, (otherwise -

It Henceforth from the first they will think cxpershc routes of Baltimore ant N.York. Mexican territory has brought 1-cfore the country express to you their warmest thank f the willie inrt. this morn D*. Accept my thank f r the very I I known as the Military Depot Key, of
issues of the mast important character, anti eviod to grant w substantial in the the Indian war.) These are all adventitiousnames
for themselves and act from their own con- To carry out that t-work of improvement a kind term hi whkh you communicate t ue the
that bi meeting those Issues the conflicting interests br the latter (signifying Cedar
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dct.. The attempt of would-be-leaders which is destined eventually to make opinions, and prejudices of the two great see- accordance with these itri. I mOl action of the Democratic Convention at Mitduon.Ti .- I Island,)except and Coma in a crescent shape in
tiuns of our country have been brought into belligerent you herewith a check for the .be aad that action a* relating to myself I can nuke
tn rivet closer them in the at
upon the rusty chains our State one of the most important well hare the honor to be, front, a perfect cordon of protection around
contact nigh overthrowing our government no sufficient to the deep K. of
.t of a worn-out party, will !pie indignantly Union, a branch will also be necessary from and reducing oar happy and prosperous Very respectfully, Jarob'Lln'l response under which express it iJaces Though I an ample harbor, with a depth of 15 to 1G

i} spurned. This is the case in our own State the main trunk to Tampa, which will opena country, into a state anarchy and confusion. The BOrC. obligation me. feet and an entrance channel at ordinary
contest has not been so much a political, as a s ctiunal Owinnai. Distributing hare striven earnestly and with honest p erp uea, tides of 12 feet water. The tTOiumnication

t. where many good and true men who were rich agricultural region, and a tropicaltarln one| and it is only by their votes in Congress Drowned. discharge every duty of my present V-itir. I with the Snwance is protected by a line .>f

w staunch Whigs before that party assumed its of the world ; and at the same time, and the conduct: of the people, in their assemblies had fearce h,ed for such approval fa conveyed reefs rmderinif it safe from any tea, aril
or political meetings at home that we can On while the schooner Lucretia ,
;i present "questionable! shape," come forth form the nearest available depot on our determine which of the political parties "North," Tuesday, by an unanimous noidmatkmfirre-electioftj ail i for any class of boots rafts or bar-cs,whilst

. and repudiate those leaders who would coast for the Honduras route of travel to are dwposcd do justice to their southern brethren, was I.'in A th wharf of Foster Stevens, it i W the most gratifymg because given spofttane- that with the main land, (which is a distance

j, : maintain which are determined to obey the constitution sod a ma the nanre of lns acting as ly and generously. If I were so dwposed I null of lour miles) is secured by neighbor-
a paltry sectional from Calift ruin.
; party personal which are for preserving integrity of the Union. cook fell overboard, and was drowned not with propriety decline the honor thu tendered .. islands, through which it passes. To this
t: motives alone. It is from the fear of Our Representative, Mr. Maxwell has The vote upon the passage of the "Nebraska and b is extent of which
Kansas Bill" a.the lad uf those 'IctP measures fore assistance could be rendered. He was part tributary an county ,
, those leaders that their glory will depart been endeavoring to get a grant of alternate me.Once for fertility of soil and capacity for agriculture
which hare been acted upon by the National bout five feet four inches of light more then I shall go before the people of
t t and that they will not be abb "to commune sections of land along the route of this road islature has fully decided the question, in the I ig Florida to ask their declaration of the principles i and commerce, is unequaled in Flori
mind of candid and unprejudiced southern : complexion and is stid to n a native tributary
The Suwanee river its
every rinciplc
t dw-Nme table and worship in the tame from Congress, to aid in its construction; and the policy best suited to their wishes and in- ;
man, that the northern wing of the Whig party 1 but lately of New York. -iavigabie for steal era at favorable
I
J with the national learn that far to the South that hare olrelnd terests. To them belong the superior privilege of
D ni pte" Democracy, that they and as a great work we are utterly faW they I of water 200 miles to Coltu-ibus
I thrown off the mask and openly united with the The body 1)\f1 near the Spring marking the position our State shall lake. To them I stages ,
thus the interests of tie the is looked with favor at
oppose people, Co.ri project upon Florida and at all times: for a distance of
free-s"ilers ami atrtitionuti, and are determined I
field Mills on Wednesday morning and decently will be submitted the differences which call into
they have not a single acknowledged print Washington. A press of business eras hith- to carry out their nefarious purposes, at the sacrifice i ICO milca-is a mine of wealth, in its Inexhaustible -
i Verdict of the Coroner's the tell opposing candidates for Congress, ani I by I
of political faith and even of the Union itMlt I inter resources. The finest yellow
ape wcrcwith to into a political cwtDiign to staved of the matter but the of
go passage The question, thereCwe, what ought the whigs of I Jury: "Death by accidental A them win be gives the decree to be obeyed. What pine timber and cypress border its whole-
i :' opposition to Dctnocracj'. It the Homestead Bill with Senator Hunter's itself them 1 drwb. I
save the south 410. forces upon Ought are those difference 1 The Democratic party has .
contusion the extent even far beyond the reach of steam
.. will not do! "The amcn'Imcnt it is believed in the event they to form a '. soctVinal party, or should s'cr on eye, woul I. ,
pcoplcare will
I" always right, they unite and co-operate with the national democracy seem to indicate that his head had struck honored me a* its standard-bearer and the Whigs navigation, and its lands are not rarpassed

and right is with the Democracy.Cheering of the failure of that appropriation, assist 1 These are grave and important questions bare, or will hare, another for theirs. What divide on an river or in any country.:
X side of the vessel in and .
; the company in-thc completion of tin and require sound political and moral judgementto th falling, stunned them 1 This question invested with (mutual Along the Gulf coast are extended thyme

1 Prospects for Florida. determine them and it is to be expected that him 8 severely I to render him helpless.The importance at this time, more particularly to rich hammocks which are fast acquiring celebrity -
before have looked favorable
At no tune things so _
I, We are glad to barn that the long cher- much diversity of opinion will exist an regard to the Southern people, and a few word here on the as the finest sugar kinds this side of
solution therefore be "
their "Florida
and w? hail the of proper ; w..can only
preset prospect Rep.bUea.
Ii islicd project omnecting the Atlantic tad responsible for oar own epln ODa- In selecting between subject may not be amis Cuba. The extent of country thus dependent .
I: Gulf shores of our Peninsula by Rail-road affairs as inked most cheering to Florida. the two alternatives, which are now before This paper comes to u this week with The democratic party lion its old well-tried wn the port vf the Cedar Keys, may

K the whigs of the Sooth we do not hesitate to choose a new head,and swelled four columns in it be estimated when it is known that they
; is approaching its consumation under theIt platform. Your Convention recognized U a* still
Bombardment of San Juan. co-operation with the national democratic party size; affording an evidence of prosperity form the only secure harbor of MiCWenl
direction of the and in the sentiment standing there. The principles of that platform
energetic company organj.t giving expression to are commercial between St.
The little town of San Juan depth for ,
refectory influenced by no other motive than that of duty. which it appears even the flames could not bare furnished the measure that constitute the purposes
zed and chartered for that
Lat
purpose. > has been blotted out of existence by a U. The dealing issues, upon which the present party subdue. Although in some important existing policy of the government and give to our Marks on the one hands and Tamer ay on
It week the lion. D. L. Yulce, President of distinctions bare existed, are long since settled the i>ther- distance either way .o f about
S. sloop-of-war, and another warning given points we cannot with our country wonderful prosperity. Democrat,then
the two of the the country has acquiesced in the decisions, and agree one hundred miles.
Company, accompanied by the world that the time is past when our thorn issues are now obsolete. The question of a yet in other things that concern nigb have no occasion to change their position,baton These and the whole interior of this
directors and John McRae, Esq., the chief United States Bank-the T.ri6-th. distribution the find In it much to them
they inspire
flag can be insulted with impunity. Although ooctrary large extent of country form the ample resources
l? of our town and State we can to- ,
of the monies arising from the sale of the Public fro pull
of the Charleston and Savannah
engineer with pride and satisfaction. They see springing which this is asa
f" the foe was scarcely worthy of the Lands, and the Veto are all disposed of, and the gether. "May hit thadov therefore belike OP port dependent
I ix Railroad,chartered the steamer Cot Meyert, steel the proceedings afford ad earnest of people are satisfied with the deposition made of Iron their principles the measures that recognize commercial mart; and when we euperadd
''a and proceeded to ascertain the practicability them. llence the whigs of the South hare nothing that which he has determined his paper the equality of the States and establish Justice the extraordinary facilities it affords for

what may be expected from any mere encroachments "politically" to lose by a union with the democrats shall bey "never the let*." aDd equality between the people nf different sec- steam Mills-the abundance and superior
of crossing Nassau river, and also of the vnd it the will meet them In the
democracy
our flag in that nf timber command and
S upon quarter, Lions of the : They see .wealth strength quality at -secure
narrows that separates Amelia Island from true spirit of fraternity and republicanism they Fall and Winter Gardens.Dr. .
even though it be from a weightier power. bare nothing to Vise, socially or practically. But growth and per fur the whole country in the ample space for storing it and means c
the meonUnd. After a careful examination the other hand hare much to F., whom we all know to be a successful and than Out shipping direct from the mills on board of
We think that after this there will be no on they gain;-they practice of their fclthj man they

both points were found to be perfectly prac i I more Prometheus affairs unless it be on a hare this gnat Union and the constitution of our cultivator,says that now Is the tuna sea Asreis ptaet and taftty for th* Soutk. The vessels, which in an hour's time, in ordinary -
beloved country to preserve, for by a onion with weather be at have r re-
to for gardening Scch can sea-we
ticable.It prepare vegetables general policy of the Government a*now conducted ,
scale where cold iron may be answered with the national democracy they wilt encourage and swted plain unvarnished account of)its
will be recollected that the line of this foster that noble and patriotic spirit hi which the as Tomatos, Cabbage, Aeu,should be started 1 iI such as they wish it, and they are content. a
cold iron. The is will and and scarcely
question now can
England advantages prospects,
a / road was sometime sine run by Captain northern democratic members of Congress acted at once. No person in possession of a plot What lea:'!* the Whigs Floods to re-assert than
find it to add farther
t feel wounded in her dignity at this I upon the passage of the Nebraska and Kansas BilL necessary mores,
Smith, from Cedar Keys on the Gulf tot treatment of a of what she calls the It is a duty we owe harmonize of ground be it even so small, should the old principle of their party,and to renew their a word, as to its health. It is sufficient to
part as far aa we can, the conflictingto *, arisingout devotion thereto a* oppoeed to the present state of sickness has
Yellow Bluff on Amelia Island, two miles neglect to put it under cultivation. Our state that no ever originatedon
dominions of her fanciful protegee, the ofour political institations, and especially so, things) Sorely they do not hope to revive th *e [ the Keys (Atseena Otie) since its trans
below, where the eastern soil requires but little artificial
Fernandina depot when they look to, or in manner threaten the dressing
King of Mosquito: any exploded measures such a* a Protective Tariff a fer from military to the civil occupatiorDuring
locatedi readers will find dissolution of the onion and stability of oar ard is worked that it is both
into Our ini. government so easily profitable
FULL PABTICTLARS or m DOVBAKDVEITT or And if co-operation by the southern Bank. and the like, which the Sooth long since the whole period of the desolating

this paper an article descriptive of Cedar Sax JCAM.-The sloop of war Cyane arrived at whig party with the national democacy will tend to .' pleasant to plant. So far as our eeaud to favor. IB lOt let them speak oot If not, pestilence which spread terror and doom

Keys, which we have extracted front the San Juan on the 11th last, to demand foil and atlcfactory attainment of this end, as we firmly believe it observation extends, them is cot an escu- what new thing da they propose 1 what new fruit &Ion the Gulf towns of Louisianan Alabam.%

i. Savannah Notes, and for the information of"such The authorities apology and for inhabitant the insult to refused Mr. Borland.to make objection will, then it can boor there duty be de to this co-operate.course 1 And We what are lent but what grows well ;and as for"Flora do they pninl|*from those old principle An and Florida, l ,WW, and in previous years tike

who may be ignorant of the situation the slightest apology. fully agreed In the south upon the only question ," Florida is the primeval garden of her answer to these questions U necessary enable of sickness, this place, though visited other
Capt.Hollini then,OB the 13th. tamed a proclamation which has for several yean[Wed the country.. the people to determine what banes they are aakett tho others by the steam packet and
'of the eastern terminus, .e will give a brief to the authorities and resident that, tmleu And why should minor considerations continue to family. __ to decide andtoreUere the WhIp from the seapidoo sec escaped the general calamity unscathed.
y j description of it. apology was made by 9 A.11,oo the 13th, ho sever w,when interest cf the highest moment are Increase of Snipping. .
should proceed to bombard the town No apology of making opposition for the mere sake of
to unite and hith
calling
The town of Femandina is situated on came. Capt. II. In meantime-took pfttmtssionot hall w 11110I111 qfI'about small eo-operaU things, when 1V1lt the We notice, on examining the Collector's jppodtloo. Intelligent voters will expect to.be Many retarded untoward the circumstances and have development
erto population
tha north end of Amelia Island upon an the Transit Company'.steamers, and sent them safety own peculiar and m.er domestic Record, that 72 more vessels entered this told wherein a change U designed and why fa it this of the
to the town, offering protection to aa who choM to institutions and the of portion coentl7.mongwhich
elevated plateau, with the Atlantic rollingon accept ILPrecisely loudly cape for, our united action hear Port this year than during the same period that Florida fa besought to array herself against a not the least has been\be difficulty

one hand and the waters of a beautiful at the time designated the cannonading ooope Il.rat 7 Sorely names a' a things, last year-at same rate of increase 150 more policy, sustained by Democrat,which experience >f access presented to visitors and migrants

tI .. land-locked the other. commenced and continued with brief intermission wl is competition integrity of Us preYed to be wise safe and raeeecsfal and on this side the Peninsula. The perma-
bay completely on will have entered. We can safely estimate
I until 3 P.M. No deposition being manifested lID under which we live,and against aa administratioa just to the Sooth true to lent' tablisbment of the steam mail
The town is laid out at right angles and the part of the Inhabitant to come to term, at 4 &pn', and protected. bh the number at about 500 quite a floeU-
Is about
In the to
M landed from the the Constitution, unflinching ma ntsiam.d line along the'coast now remora
P.
t 1 Rs broad grassy streets are shaded with manded, a party by a Lieutenant wu and bunt Cyane the town com,-. by But the,whig we do party D generally anticipate, a in ready the views concurrence we have, This excludes all steamers and vessels running o rights .and unmoved from the line of duty this obstacle and all ordinary calculation

utraiflot"Prideotlndas." Most of the Nothing remains but one or two email building*,in hen expressed, but we believe that when the party regulady. bj tho-clamors ofbctioaoc tU wild ravings eta and human forsigjit must fail i i this ddaJ.

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s I ness of native'.resources, docs. notenorH/ flt-tndthowj specially 'AIfJn .I.'r'2rO'nr.. sktaehrali/t WaryZstltnM J, ,"V. .
blossom like the rata +f 'i r and pet($jtbet direct Ix>r bdirwct i f,(L*Urn L.J.J. 'L"- -- ".

The Lfeht-IIuuse is BOW completed and nee or benefit of any other person orpersona I10 tL Clll j. _)

bcEgfetelun or before the 1st ofAneost. whota foever mad upon ,makinr.UM affidavit July29-J.UcBae;Charleston Ilan D.1.Tales

Its distance from the business part is 21-2 as herein rcqVircd, and filling it With and swrantFU4; J.:p.C.:._," > JESSE TS IEa.J,a.M, Pa11iCIFAL,

tnika,and with suitable directions the mariner the'register, ho or she shall thereupon be I' August I-John mil, Kadkm Flvj Dunran A..i.tsmtfy evmptltxt mstiMantt.Tpnfi .

who has xver before natal the Keys permitted to enter the quantity if landspecified Bay, 'ThssMsv&X.Oar-l J.Lsag, .(& SECOND SESSION of thl Inrtitate,wUcfc
ha no need cia Pilot until be reaches his : provided that no certificate shall Geo.J John H. boy,Charleston,Jacob MeQuire, J.'- b betted at NewnuwrOle Fla, will commenra -
is the be patent Issued therefor until the e. tM 3d KomUy m July and dole en -
the such or
under
his anchorage: right, pvcn! ThomarriDe Gee.MARIXC. Friday befiwrM MoexUy DeeewOwr.AJ :
plain and easy access to the port._ expiration of five years' from the date",of a&-us healthier eaa be fbvAdf snd asa =&
neb entry, and until the person or persons IXTELLIGEXCE. Mil l4ly&AMI It should be preferable loather I
The Hsmstead and Grad atlon DHL entitled to the land.entered ,ahall have for not only b the Student's Mental training attended

sTxorso or THE BILL. paid for the same'_twenty-five cents rape roar or JACKSONVILLE.ARRIVED. to, but aim bis moral aad play Every

I The Orrt section provides that the minimum or if the lands'bare been in market cadet according to the regulations b required to
wear the uniform therein prescribed tans rendering
of the public lands of the United more than twenty rears, twelve ADd a half
price himself more liable to detection when engaged
July 27-Brig W. IL Webber Boston
be reduced 'after the 1st of cents acre; and if) at 'expiration of Pub :
States shall per [atKasaaa.Aug. I u improper conduct. Again, Ute mental of arms i12
Julr, 1855. and soU according to the following such time, the person making each entry I- Schr.Ma.Ugasear,Read Sew York. I furnishes the student with good exercise at regular
scale i For 1aaada which shall have shall! prove by two credible witnesses that CLEARED. purists and this with the aid of militarydi.eipline,
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been oftred at public sale and remain untold be "r she has continued to reside upon and July 28-Sebr.Alpine Allen Phnadetphia. j establishes riage. him tab inn graceful and manly car ,

five years one dollar per acre; for cultivate said land,and still reside the same, Aug. 1-.. Hooper,Dath.IX Term per Session of five month, .'
lama which shall have been ottered at public then, in such case, he or she shall be entitled PORT. I I: Primary Department -'j $800 _

sale and remain unsold ten yean,seven to a patent as in other cases provided Brig 1'.W. Tierra, Barker, Kennebmkt Brig Junior, -. - 1400
ty-five cents an acre ; for lands which shall fur by law; 'and all such persons as arc Itebeeea Francis Ray, Bontooi Schr. A. IL Hall Sent, PUILP 24 00 -

have Men offend at public sale and remain pjHXified in the eighth section, and wboare Richards Bath} Schr. Gatdle,01ajtettDetnerara; Trtfd Hoard TnuUtt DELL

uruold 1 twenty fears, twenty-five cents an I now settled upon lands subject to entry by Bark Franklin Cook Boston; Brig W.IL Parks JaI 24 ffemmnnilU e/ fta.
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acre; and for Uads which shall have Lcm this act, shall be entitled to its benefits, Webber Boston.(at Nassau)j &hr.Madagascar, THE "BUFFINGTON HOUSE

offered a) pubCe sale ami rvmain unsold f fthJrtT upon the expiration of five years from the Read Sew Vork.Copartnership WAKTED-\ GRADUATE of some MILL 4.

3'"t :twelve and a half cents an |t date of such settlement. The benefits of "( t> take charge of '
provided that the graduating process, this anti the prwwding section of this act Notice. the Military Department lathe Institute. a .7AOksonv1110, P1orlcta ,
acre; IIE undersigned Lave this day formed a Copu1Dcnlaip young lady,competent to instruct In French 3lo
from fifty cents to twenty-five cents j t hall be extended to the settlers upon public JL under the firm uf MATTUIKMEMJt sic and drawing eaa obtain a situation by writing Continues opened dozing the present Summer, prepared to receive and accom '
shall not take place until the land lands in California of one (/
an acre, i tin upon payment /Huu and will emttinne Wholesale and tome. PHILIP DELL. '
the fifty cent class shall have l cnexposed i dollar her acre. Retail JIIIJS inodate Transient and Permanent Eoaxdeia

to sale for a period of at least two The tenth section provides that the register CLOTHING } TAILORING BUSINESS JacksonTille Foundry li ,- --,- .----- ,
years, at the price of fifty cents per acre of the land office shall keep a. registerof at the earner of East Bay and Queen streets. ASDAC.HINE A. S. BALDWIN-
after which the price of the said landa chillfie all entries and make return thereof to CAorfcsfe WM.*, s. C. IIIESc nsilttss!imtorg.GROCERIES Office on Bay-Street.
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reduced to twenty-live cents per acre. the General Land Office. Julyl.'S*. WM. MAn WORKS. DRUGS AND MEDICINES.

The second section provides that whenever The eleventh section provides that any t'T Manifactitrinf EttablUtment, 36 Pratt nplIE .Sabeertben haying made ntcni>i>e and AND FRO11SIONS. Al'OTIIECARY .
a State shall decire to acquire a preemption person who may hate filed his or her affidavit street New York, under the ruperintendmee of JL valnabla improvement in their clltaW llh- HALL. ,
right to all the lands, or to all the ur an intention to settle a quarter suction: J. MATTBIKMEX. [aug3-2am-2m meat are n'w prepared to farninb J. D. HOWELl DRUGS MEDICINES,PERFUMERY.!
Iamb of any certain class and price within of land under the i rovwiona of this act may In the Ghost Court of Putnam County- Steam tan Enginefl IOO horses,of I any require!power from GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, WISES McMillen Bay-Street. #
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its borders for other purposes than a at any time acquire title thereto by paying Enters Clrenlt of Florida. Saw Mills; SEGARS,&G, LUMBER INSPECTORS

railroad or canal, and signifies the same tI.1 the full graduated price f>r the same. But Anlhrwy Robin. Executor of the lat Win and sugar Mills; Corner of Xewnan and Fonrth-rtrecta. X. DUNN, 1

the President of then United States by an' no person or pcraurs shall be allowed to filea I Testament Gm rail Van Duhlen late of said Horse Powers; L. CAPEL.L.A, IXSl"tCTORXD MEASURES OF

act of its Lcgblatare,they "ball be crafted declaration of intention to settle for the : County,deeed.. Complainant Gmt Mills GROCERIES PROVISIONS FRUITS LIMBER
on the Mowing terms That said State I purpose of claiming the benefit of the provisions I A.A.Van Dohten and others,the Heirs ant Creditors ; and all other Iron machinery and Brass used Castings In this country. BayStreet.T. .

nny fix the price of said Lands above that of this act in regard to five years I of said Estate Defendants. EgT Steamboat, Saw Mill and other repairing, SAW MILL
lnvMTified in the first section of this act, actual settlement, after the State shall have I A NTHOXY ROBINS, Executor as aforesaid ol shirt pociio. C. MYRRH, EMPIRE .

rvwnins the excess to itvlf; pnnidcd that I purchasc-1 or taken as pre-eruptor, the class .1. having Alai his Bill on the Chancery side of I&r All marhmeiy purchased from ns will hepa' GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, dc, Perkly Parkhnrst t.t C Jacksonville. i:
the title-shall not pass to the purchaser in which *aid lards liesProceedings this Court, suggesting the probable hvnivency of in peration in any put fIl the tate, by Keman-Strcet. S !. k;

tit he has paid the price fixed in the said claims said Estate against: uOrUere.1 the salt Estate 1,That, as all Creditors persons having or otherwise I I I competent rea'>
fir section to the United States, and tbd of CounciL .Iot file their said claims with the Clerk of Swings and Eatimstc (fomlnned without FRUITS, GROCERIES 4 PROVISIONS, Blackwood 4 Taylor, Jacksonville. ..

the !awls shall tIC subjected to the same I' Coracit Cause August lit, '&4. this Court, in and fur the sail county of Putnam, I charge. )\h..NEY k G->t'KI1i, Bay Street. C.ROLJN.IILLS.. t
legal suMivisiops in the sale and survey as Council met at 6 o'clock P.M. on.tr before the twenty-fifth day of January AJ, July 8-tf Teenier and Machinists. .
law and I IS55. And that this notice be published in mom J. B. D. IIANIIAII, Kelly 4 Co., Jacksonville. I S
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are now provided by ; p't'io1cd' Present Hon. Isaac Swart, Intendant; Messrs. in this FLORIDA moN .
until WORKS.
: Kewspa cr Circuit once a week the y
shall ,
which FLORIDA i
further, that any State accept Cole and Council sit said *3. MILLS. !
Williams Ifcmmuig lavingston, I. expiration perioL W. JnGGS & 4 DOORS f'
the pp vision of this act and shall l pre-empt I men. Given under my ban 1 at Chambers this nineteenth J.vksoarWe, FIll. Fairbanks 4 Co., Jacksonville. I : -
under it skull take in full .'f tho nl A. D 1854. Bay Street. "
any lands I day July, mw prepared ia execute pron.ptlp orJen .
Minutes read
The of the Jut meeting were andadopted. AltE PALMETTO MILLS.
fire per cent fund thereafter tdbee'.me.lue i [Signed,] WILLIAM A. FORWARD, or Steam Engine, Saw Mulls, SB Ar Mill
fresh the proceeds of said Lm>U. Rut any Judge of the Circuit Court of the ate( Pan, Gnat Mill, Jli-ne .rowers iron sal MERCHANDISE.DISBEB II. Sollee Jack onville.PHOENIX i .

State accepting the provision of this and I The Committee apps intel to amend the Tax law Eastern Circuit of Florida I! BUM Casti mg and every variety Machinery. & CANOVA, MILLS] \
: aeked for further time, which was granteLThe I HEREBY CERTIFY that the above a true Carting, F-rging ant Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, 'j 4
l lands
thus preceding section shall take the at DEALERS IN DRY GOODS GROCERIES Stephens 4 Foster, Jacksonville. '
the anti 4ber
copy uf Order MI file in my nGce.WITXESS i SUMUubxU < repairing.
anoll Committee >iated to examine the bill of PROVISION'S
the price fixrd for each particular class 1 appi my hand and the Seal of office, at the ; They,.will vntinne the manufacture and keep AND CLIFTON MILLS.
no lands lull l lie sold by them f.r t"l'1ltII I E. or km, asked for further time which was gran Court Honse in Palatka this 19th day< July, A. : e.trtai.tly bent, heir variety eif 11., Timber Coirmisskm and FOf"al'flingWIwi' of t '
five cents an acre until they shall Have been ted. J, 1854. S.CLIXSKI, I Cart, Chain, Ac, to which they respectfully in- Savannah Steamers. Taylor, Richardson 4 Co, Jacksonville. :'l

previously subject to entry thp ouh a penal Tho Committee appointed to regulate the streets july29-6m Clerk qf C. C.qf Putaan Co. vite patrmnge. July -Iyli. Bay-Strttt. SPRINGFIELD MILLS. I

of two yean at the price of fifty centsper alleys and Janes of the town asked for further J. MeRobert Baker BURTON A GRAVES, E. A. DrCOTTES, Jacksonvine.
acre to be paid t., the t'nited States. time, which was granted. For Sale or to Rent. Suoeenun of IL ILTlnuinuj"

The third sccti-m pn"lcs that when a The liill of Mr.Tyler was presented and on motion ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN THE Subscriber being atari to reny/re t- St. D?Y GOODS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS G.Butler CITY 4 Co MILLS.J. Jacksonville..

State ball charter a raiload or canal to of Councilman Ilemmmg the bill was referedto CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, ine. wish! Jupoaeof hu pnrert.inlaebr..nlle. ] 4c, ,
through the lands .tf the U itd States Holme11 Rate,Bay-Strtei. MOODrS MILLS.
run I a Special Committee to report at the next meeting aXDCommitsloner Said prf/erty consist of two Iota and a eomfor-
<
and such State shall the nefit i-f P. Jacksonvillg.BELLECHASSE .
accept ; whereupon the Intendant appointed the following for the Atlantic and Gulf Ul4e dwelling louse, pleMantly located at the II. HOLMES Moody,
the proviskais hereinafter precri!>e l !y an Best end of enunence which
Bay street an
spin
said Committee Slate DRY GOOUS GROCERIES PROVI- 4
gentleman : Ilemmmg FINEGAN'S MILLS
,
act to be passed a general session of its a oununan>Ui a fine riewof the river. ,
Legislature, upon due notice bein; ;iycnf Cole and Williams.Mr. avg.5-ly __ ._, __ ___ Rith Ida are cultivated u ayegctaUo and eions, Cmckery.Hardware BootsandSlioestT. Bellechasee 4 Firegan, Jacksonville. I j

the fact to the! Sccreiary of the Interior it .S. D. Fernandez having failed to make his J. s. MURDOCII, cower pirlcn. ,thin ..&c, REED 4 HOLMES'S 3IILLS. +; :
If ere IIJM! lf TV IW let i-tttahtT: salt Bay-Street. +
returns Tax Assessor the Intendaat premises
shall he his duty to set apart,"f the iHiblicLinli" u appointed Physioinis, will foe rental lo a ..it rreclahle (.a,. Reed 4 Holmes Jacksonville.
seven thou5and sLxhundretlarfic h- Mr. W. P. Dewees Tax .\_f.r the year. HAS removal his 4Bce from apposite the I>af- Fur UnnA, iiirh .i..I If a-vimdUUng enquire II. E.W. CLARK i t'

ty acres per mile of railroad or canal wiU There being no further I-UI-HMW,the Onincil adjourned. ;.. Il. to his dwelling on }Forytb-t <-f the .subscriber the I'MaWs. DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVIei MAYPORT MILLS.Huejc I ''_
side and near Mrs. Doc ett's. July lily 2"Z-tC C.3. rIe1\ERIXG. ms and general Merchandise. 4 Parsons, .
in twelve miles on each as near july ,
__ ____ Maypurt Duval County Fla.
the route of such railroad canal as possible t f Ji
Idiom Ike Hat.Hctrt, August 1. B. M. Pearson, ,
and the same shall te withdrawn from THEwnis L. D.AMMERMAN PANAMA MILLS. I .
D-Tnl1:
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tale: or entry by itblic advertisement of the Three Days Later from Euorpe. ATTORNEY. ,AT Fla.LAW.. J .D.LlL1rX : DOJIESTir AND FANCY DRY GOODS, E. R.Gilchrist, Panama, Duval County. i

Secretary of the Interior, except in the COlI'RlSIH llaU. Caps, Boots Shoes, Ic.7unu1 % Post office at Jacksonville.ST. I

manner and form hereinafter prescribed.Th .- -aIUVAL or Till McIntosh Steam Saw Mill. Corn Mill Shingle, *Erne Bay-Strttl. i
McQueen JOHNS MILLS.J. .
: l rkv .these lands shall be one dollar $ton3111 'h"p &'. Lath and Pulsing Machines, 8. N. WILLIAMS I
.P. Sanderson 4
ATTORNEY AT LAW Co- .
leer acre 'tf those which have nut yet been Now T>WK, July 31. Jacksonville E. F. located at Eut, end of the city, are prepared to DRY GOODS GROCERIES AND PRO- Post officeat Jackson f :
those which
fc ,
4Tered at public sale, .tI" The British man steamship Alp, with Liverpool execute orders fur I VISIONS.
hate been subject to private entry less than dates to the 19th last, has attired at Halifax Felix LUMBER, SHINGLES, AND LATHS, i Bay-St. NASSAU MILLS. '?
five years : sevcnty-Sivc cents f.r those N.S. Livingston; at moderate price, deliverable on their wharf for Bellechas.se ", Nassau River. "
which hare been so subject t/. entry i're I The Atlantic arrived out oaths 19th inst. ArrORBEY&COIDlSELLOR AT LAW, ihii.tent,.*.s the street f'jr city me.tVTcmis C.II.8J1ITJI.COJIISSIOX Post office at Jacksonville. J+
; than five years and bs than ten years; fifty Lilverpowl O tton Market. Jacksonville. E. F., CA II..'J MERCHANT AND AUC ,
I
cents for those which have been so subject The Liverp"l Circular of Messrs. llulling bead "IT7"ILL attend to any profesnonal business en- Apply to, E.A. bKCtiTTEf, TIONEER. ORANGE MFLLS. -
s and less than late that the sales .Il outtou f.* the pant three VV tru.te-l to him in the Coarts of the Eastern On the premise Holme,Row,Bay-Street. A. II. Cole 4 Co.
to entry more than ten yean day,diiuprw* 18,000 bale The Market elated Circuit and,!the Supreme O nrU of TalUha !< e.lIe N. n. Corn ground on tell, at any buar'the
twenty yean; and twenty-Cue cents IoCr : a gout deuiand, M stiffer rates. readrtuHj had has aUt mh an advantage ns eonnorti'in with day. July IS-Cm PARKIIURST 4c ADAMS, MAGNOLLV MILLS
acre F* those which hate so subject to en- largely deHirvd Ohio flr was gated at 34s, an site Lawyer at Washington City,as will ensure ctOC'Jmu;,. POVISH, *cliig ate. T. G. Hendrick Magnolia, Fh.
try more than t..entIIears. :e' &L t. ra, at 34s.&L Provuimis had aL Thus fourth section provides that wlien- deiiiie may he placed in hw hands against the TritcdStates. I'tayFtreet.AMItLER BURLINGTON MILLS. I ;
Another lirculir aT*enttou is onchange!. The July rXDEP ICXEO, successors to IIuu Sadbr Co, Post office Mandarin Fla. .
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etera State through which such railroad sale <>ii the ISth were 6"UUO boles. DreaLtuffsdeUuucg. 7B.43..1o.. 3, Ii'ilmes' JJinlikn., ha\ein A IIOEG, .
anal passes, and in which the said lands Phillip Fraser. t>t->re an-l f r ll\le. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS PAL.TIL1nLLS. .y.:.

lie, shall desire to do so, it may select a* Latest from the Ent. \TTtIR\Ir: .\:JI co,'t.KLL-'R IT L vwJaeLtonrUle .\ CESEr.L5'- RTMEXT OFMERCHANDIZE 4c, .. Paktka Steam Saw Mill COL, Palatka. I '
pre-emptor all the land so reserved at the .: The death"f Prince witch is rcj rtcJ- lla.Sl..J. 1
:I I The llU8uni> were a !IvMTK--ig tiw.ir'lj the l>inu' Fla. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE: WORK?*. f
the third
minimum prices designated in whine ':. Ul.es ,. -.d Tar TILL attend to any prufem : i-t
-, <- weic prciariu,; \1I C' wling of Dry C-oad. Orxwries, lY'visi-int,
section of this act; but the State must take urea lut-j \\ U..UJI.A. The Freud traps had arrived I trvteol to him in the Courts of the Eastern I Hap rL]ware and Cutlery, Cmrkery sat .:ianrw re, DRY COOPS,CLOTHING,HATS, CAPS, JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY AND :;
up and pay in ch for aid land within ten at RoUhuk. A decisive battle was sum expetted. Circuit, ctrl the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee.le .- lists and Cap, Boots and PV* .olery. and a BOOTS AND SIIOES, .. MACHINE WORKS. j ?. ,
fnun the time when set the I has alan such an advantageous cu nnc tx4i with Mooney 4 Gookin. '
years apart by large aM rtment xf Books and Stats eryf. sal all Rty-Slrttt. ., -
Secretary of tk Interior, or otherwise its I The attitude ,( Austri was till -W-tfuL an chic Lawyer at Washington City, as win ensure other articles suited t.the trade; tot which they ,
right to such fie them as remain unsold shall I Omar lWh had established himself at Clargevo, a I''be wt placed an I speedy in hu oJIectiiri hands against of such the claims United as inrite the attest Jt the public and ask them to IM M. FULSOM. FOUNDRY, MACHINE WORKS AND j? ; ...a
with a force of 17,000 men. may call and examine their stock before purchasing FURNITURE. SASH BLINDS 4 100RS. BLACKSMJTHING.
be forfeited. nut bcf. the expiration of State. i
re july-5 I
I The Italians were at ratuckti [Fvrktchant] ; eliewbere, as they flatter themselves that they Uteri! E. IMmsJ Store Lay-. R. W. Bigjrs 4 Co. ,
sell th lands thus
this the State -i
period hay : 70OOO strong, and were a-otinuaHy being reiu- J. B. Coker can sell u low as any one eke, for cash or country : I
rwrved to individual or corporations,prodded I for M friui M< that no title shall vest in the lain- I THe Turks ai-d allies,60,000 stlV'. ,were marrb- ATTORNEY AT AW, T. :1. B.TlTOy. I M. W. CRAVES, FRUITS CONFECTIONARY AND I K.II.DARBY, I! .' 1I
until he the receiver of the iug to _wt Omar Pat ha, and a pitched battle July JfetrnanttilU ly j'j'I' :
to would Merchant
cr pays proper : IV N. D.-M.IV.Gains respectfully SUFOUST.. e I I Tailor, BayStreet.DAGUERREOTYPE :
landoflke of the United State, f T the : was daily allies expected.The were in full march fox the .- Smith Bradford inform the public that be still continues the Corner Bay and Ocemt.StrulrIIOTELS. ARTIST. '
of the United the price herein 71AGVERZEAN BUSINESS, i
uc States The English vn the 8th test,were midway between '
fixed the for which the I had already A1T 11NKY ATLAW20HC3TOB door of)> H. )). Holland's residence. M. W. -
as price per acre &bamJa and EutsJ>uk, were the French tine west r. GRAVES :

lands shall be soldi I arrived.It Iii CHAHC7B7 Jacksonville, Jaly 3, 18S1. Rooms on Forsyth-Street. i'Da. 4
rumored that the Russian General Assets nUFFINGTON IIOUSE. i
The fifth that in the was -
section provide the Postmaster ,rrranimling 10 Lesser W Wallavhia had eom- Alligator and fftifnanrtille, Fla. Cheap I Storo- BY SAMUED BUFFINGTON. FRAME --t
event of a difference between WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
mitted ..aieide.At
Rooms BUbee 4 Canora's Store
IIENRY E. W. CLARK, over -
General and the railroad company as to & Peurtoers 300 persons bat been arrestedfor kI the: MAGNOLIA IIOTEL Bay-StneL
the compensation carrying the mails,the intending an... They were told that .. WHIT. IXITII I I n. auDPOItE, Bay Strut. I BY A. COY.RESTAURANTS.. 1 :
matter shall be settled by mutual agreement : their political <>pinkos required their imprisuai )2ce at Alligator. I (face at Xewnansville. rpIIE?abpcril has received a large and elegant ---- -- BAKERY. :

between the Postmaster General and '!i meat July 7-17 .L aMortment of C..1)S,different kinds, lie- II. KOOPMAN, .
I Mebemet Pasha had defeate the Russians at tleeed by himself and particularly! to the j i
which such .
the Governor the State hi wa.t.ted BayStrttt.JEWELRY. _
of t Cbernavika, in the Dobru'Uuha, and captured the t. ). Oak, wants of this section ef the ouontry. ect- PHCENIX RESTURANT AND BILLIARD i .

railroad lie. place. 1':TCl }AJ;l ALJLEWLEII. folly invites a call from his oH customer, and the SALOON, I :
The sixth section provides that UKJ lands 1 Lila Pasha had defeated lea Propfufl; re the public generally. His stock consists, in part .< By Paul B. Canova, Newnan-St 1 y

purchased by any Stat,index the provision 9tJa iNto The UaMtans had ale sustained a severe CSL KEEPS constantly on h.n.! a rite rx ort'W.TCE8.3CWELlY" STAPLE AND FANCY DRY G* nS,GR 1CERLEaIARDWARECU'TLERY C.D.OAK, .
'd the third section of this act sliall bo applied -; defeat at FratoochLPram 2p innt i FANCY Wltfl)AND BLACKWOOD 4 Co.'* RESTAURANT, Clocks, Watches Jewelry, Fancy Goods .
by said State for the construction of Spain. CfTKj, which he cffers f"r sale cheap ; CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND Bny-StrttL Cutlery, ic, Bay-Street. I
the I The revolution i" Spain was spreading thrungh for a.h. SHOES,HATS AND CAPS FANCY ?, .
were
railroad or canal for which they be induJ the enuntry. The garrison at Ureelns had de- jy WatcJut Repaired awl Wdrrented.Vim. ARTICLES MUSICAL INST 2UMEXTS, E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, WM. GROTHE, '.' .
reserved and that no lands shall dared against the OremmeuC PERFUMERY, Ae, to. KenanStrut.TABACCONIST.. ',f Watch-maker and Jeweler '

i within the owration of this s** to I W aahingt n AOalrs.WASBISOTOS. Grothe, ,I All of the above Goods will be sJd on as good Pos.fu BlI Bay-Strttt. "if
i which Indian title has not been extinguish July 28. terms as at any house hi this city. .. ,1
s The fuse have passed a rat .* call b:upon WATCHMAKER AHIIIn JEWELER, IL El W. CLARK.JaekaoBvllle C. OAK 4 SON, I '
ed.The b-ftimation relative to the burv ( At room adjoining Are Pod-tee.) fl +I F. S. HERNANDEZ, I
t that this the President Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns Pis- :
seventh section provides returned trove ..piat'Cp ft Plank Road SEGARS.JfarnamSt "
JiAVINC: Europe Alligator SNUFF AND
I'1 San Juan. A likeresulittin has been adop- TOBACCO
: act shall in no way apply to t'wn or. village ted mgof h the Se-ato. A fetter firs the Secretary K\ lean t' offer his ferrfce to his ell Company. I ,after JJuJlxgto Hattte.LAW. _tots, 4 J''I'Cf'tT,MItt in lots act out-lots, nor to I I of War gives the particulars of su Iadiaaen *"* friend* ."d the public gwerany. With huetperteMe AN Election for nine Directors of this Compoay LIVERY STABLE .,
,
be so construed to interfere with any The Secretary asks for fir the last twenty-fix years M ftWclehre fa hereby ordered to be held at 3 Jacksonville .
as m Washuigtm Territory. C. Bliss at House.NOTARIES .
By Bnffiiagton
to lands reserved for 1 1i I increued miOitary f ree. A hill to increase the pay ker, be hopes to give entire atirfaettat ,on the twenty-first day August i LIly I
# pre-emption claim or rail- til mouth Us L Fifty tb-M who wish tobave their wrk done in a order ul the Board: n. M. PEARSON, .13
reserved sections nn die privates per prase Ac.
.
I
schoolaycannes W.
or CEO. CALL AND COUNSELLOR.
i I I bills have pewed.EffxrU workmvlike naimer.t ATTORNEY
mud pants or other jturposcs, under a"y four private are being made to place at the diepnsalof & WtUbee Chefs and 1 Jewelry repftireJ at jnly 13,1951 13-td Secretary. Office opposite the Court House. F. C. BARRETT

existing laws..the United States, nor to the President the ten milieus of dollars asked for tbeVboitert notice. July S f Administrator' No itlee* Notary Public also Commissioner, for .Ij
,
of the United LIVINGSTON,
any of the mineral lands in his Cuban sue ege. S. N. Williams months after date, I win present my accounts FELIX several States.Qfflct .
States. .The River sod Harbor bin has been discussed SIX vouchers to the u..A. N. Carton, Judge ATTY AT LAW,JUDGE OF PROBATE, at Tlnut.
that free without b wiser,vtd definite action having,4Viwed. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Probates m and for AUchna Coi nt. and ask to Office in the Court House.HeaUEEN Baffingtm
The eight section provides any A test vuU resulted ayes 35, tsys 14. I Jacksonville, Fla. be discharged free the farther imirtrat'wo of JOHN U. H. BOURS
whit person wltA ill the bead of a funiJy,1or 3 Tte Senate,r the 27th, passed the Diplomatte TT'EETS eUnUy ui band sat for sale a fcnf the Estate of William S. late of sail I MelNTOSH, ,
who has arrived at the ago of twe ty-lOO App.o pr -bilL \ .nl are etment cfCUCERIES county, deceased. St' i ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public. I
rears and is capable of holding lands under I t The Cholera at Niagara. >.)) PROVISIoNsJ TOOS. ', Admr. OGlceon Bay-St in Mr. House. QffUt at BJtgttm H.

tho Ian of the State in which the lands The cholera toKinues to rage at Niagara The of the best aeest Loan, Jan 14-6m WM.S.STAN LEY Dead BANK AGENCIES. '"

fie or if they lie in a Temt.T, then any I mortality Is horrible Fall.-. and will ten them K w.r for CASH than they eaa _Kewnansvflle, Jan.4th. 1854. I C. BROWARD, '.'

who te eaiWUe of acquires a pre- John Tucker Heavy, ,President of the Beading railroad be b-jugbt elsewhere hi the South lebprice. A Fact Worth Knoi In,. ATTORNEY AT LAW, A. M. REED,
Imp under tho law rf the nitCIt States has foiled. Ilk liabilities amount to sae million of Country prodao taken in exchange j1l115-ly at It should be bcrne in mini that ve have pursued Office on OceanSt.P. Agent of the Bank Charleston.

.chill from and after the passage>; or this act I dollars. a eoarm entirely different ft*n UK i usual snk. iabrfarfair FRASER, (- .
section of is at Cincinnati. Neuter medicines to the lint e nf tArricians.
one-niartcr The Cholera prevailing our t
be entitled to enter and will U mad to the next Gen The recipes oISTABLER'SAN(.!YNECIIERRYEXPECT ATTORNEY AT LAW. J. W. BRYANT, .
_. _.t and tam_innatMl. DUOUC. lands APPLICATION Office Forsyth-St. of the Bank of Fairfield S. C.
t"r----- for amendiBMU to the Charter RA5T an'l DIARlUi A C.'BDIAL on Agent
lit which may at, the time the alopU-I Dissolution vt Opartnershlp. fll the Florida KaOroaU Company. [U1ll129318JaeboD.We haw been male faynrn cost dcattatly, ** npirards Odes M Helmtf Rate,Bay-Strttt. .
ration U made be w cct to private entry, is hereby Pea that the partnership Ire hundred medial men, every one of whom recommend G. W.CALL,
or quantity equal thereto lobe located hi I NoTICE G.Bader" Co, was disotved en the and Alligator Plank Road them highly efficient remedies. The ATTORNEY AND COUNCELLOR THOMAS ANDREU,
a. in conformity with the legal aubdiT twenty KMith of July,by mutual erwsent. eompuJ. Expectorant has been proa need by them to bean Office Bay-St. Draper and Tailor, ,-..
a body, 1andI proTided that J.O. Butler is authorised to settle the business b hereby gives that M opoBeatfon wD excellent remedy in all eases of Coughs C its, '
01 the plb : sihrn -' fI the erlmeerL Prompt payment of outstanding NOTICE at the next session of too General Croup Br mebitk. Asthma and (diseases of the R. DORMAN NOTICE.
land,'ceded'b1 any Indian treaty debts des tM ana II regauted. Assembly./the State of Florida lor an amendment Longs and Throat generally. TM Piarrhaa Cor- ATTORNEY AT LAW. perm.110 wiD act Y&It Agent. and OKGEOBGIA .
fix the payment U, inch Indians (L the JOHN (I. B1JTI.EB.I of the Charter of tie above- named Company. dint has also received their unqualified praise as a Office on BaySt.J. ANY snbenb.n Aw the r
ltt| nc tithe tale uf the ceded heals nrng.J4 JL IL LEESE. ..'. July 29.3m remedy for diseases ef the bowels':both m children HOVE OAIETTE
haU be tit the operaUoiu of this I Steam-I and adults t and the many cures that these "good .P. SANDERSON, A Utoxvr VuaSy Paper published iaO dagnta, -
subjected priceI fired Cepartaershlp.OTICK CnOICE HAMS Beeelred weekly per medicines" have effected, prove|I the physicians' ATTORNEY AT LAW, &, nil te furnished the paper at the knrertelmb
act, ereeptiitUgraduated U hereby given that we have this day k auk cheap BUBTON by GIA. opinion well founded. They sbo H bo kept inoccasion Fartyth Street. priee' W The Cub nut aceoMtyair th.
tlurdbr. .BUrdtatortmAiPfortb.p.rpo- jaly2 -tf very family ready nor instant ass when MONO, std BUT be cent through the mail at MX r
The ninth sestina rcovide that the per- efMwte MIl pl.sineg-W. a&aM Seam s.w ATCIISLDORW'S HAIR DTE-The bert ar- may iair.. See descriptive pamphlpts, to be F.J.WHEATON.ATTORNEY .
.
KM applying fcr the beDeft&of the iteep.iar XiII known Mffls under the MOW, .D tide now In nM,fur sale by had gratis ef the agents. Pries fit eaeb, only BO AT LAW. riIt.ClKb Price
sectino sue upon aPpQuaUon to Ira wad-111 fI Bust ler A Eieru WTtf BURTON GRA YES. cents per battle,nr six bottles pAd 1280. Jacksonville.PHYSICIANS.. Two C $350 'e
land office Iii .bieh M JOHN O. D L'TL Elk tress In, E. A.STABLER A COL, Three Cepi BOO '
the roister of the mob a>try, make .,.% JACOB E. KIERUIT.Notice. Sale of the Steamer Hancock.rnnE BaNmore M-D. Serer Capita, 750 ,
i make
or the it about to STEAMER HANCOCK win be wAd at ACENTL JAMES X.S1I1"fBE"BQBEBT
I affidavit before the said**&*?that he 1 n_'* Wharf; Palatka en the 7th day Dr.IL Bacon St Marys GL IL D.HOLLAND, A.WHYTE,
she it the bad 01 a family or hreDty-one THE H03T. FELIX LimaSTOJf Is my an- ofAugustteat. Enqmire Thomas McMillan, Jacksonville, Fla.W0 Office corner o{Newnan and.Bay-SU --'8- Witoa aad ProyikUcv
from thebone
d II absence
during Palatka. Fla. .
I t/acB.and that appr0 agent my n-w C.\1'1'.HETRY IWCDDSON. here -
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and SUt? (LI-lfn-tl '.
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Wait Be&oved t. the New Stere la Holnea
4 : Jacksonville, Dinral County, Flu*, ? 211 Vonday Ja ApriLIan. StFaCb&rIS5tO@. oru.occ iIl Dr. BaldwU's ,:.THaOCCH TO rAtATKJt 24
4th do do AvriL wrtk Strttt and No.7 flfv PsoLotObsteteI JIaIUlac.eppod, It TO 30 HOTRI.7HE .'
BY 1st do do )1. Ow Stock fa aaeateneive one aad puthaeen W.O.BritocK,at D.Prof ef SarRery.C. Offlce Jartwovllle.TTllIEIU .
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-vv'. s CO",'. Alaskan 21 do do May. are respectfUly iejauted to eafl- .. eu ...W UT.11&D,Prst*(M dieal,Cbeabrrr.H.I. kept o flyo- aU large lad CAROLINA a&3 P.M.will bay. CHAU.EST05
Columbia Fohrrliy, Return
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and every will leev
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grW laAHeaente to etyle price M-M ProfJ aUrUMtdk sad VV
Xanaat Wbsis4tkM& In May. offer Brmo ,eUse1eeted aMortmeat of9X908 I PALATKA Jtf.oW,7 A.M .
I TERXS.DrN DoOan per Axnuat, faadraace. Dual 4th do do May.fit. any article bought at ou eahHahment ewwar.ranted 8-ti rs ,1 'ATT* rup1P.tU I 10 A.M.. aid every JACKSONVILLE 3 A.1'ICOJ.AT.X.
E
july of X tdi-
Fnt of fetitatei
ft
to MazniU
retpeet. H.
"1. every ,
f. U de
t John*, Always receive by tls.latM arrival,warranted THE FLOtUYA win leave CHARLESTON

No paper ditoonthraed cntfl afl airearagci an HA na. Carriage' Depository, cine.J..W.IlewAKD, 1L D, ProC of Aaatomy. fresh and pud_. Also ry Tuetday* 3 P.M. Retemia*;,*wfil:leave

j: paid nnlefs at the option of the PnkUther.C5T Orange' St.Lads, 3d Tuesday before the let J. KXj&, J D. Prof.of Pathological AnatoBT Ferf .err, Comb. Brvche. S.*pa PALAtU.8o'eIock.t.K. BLACK Clfc .
ADVERTISEMENTS wfl U iaierUd oa Monday hi Novsabsr.PiitnainLsatTussday tfHtoZt AT THE WHITB HOUSE, ,sad Demonrtrator(Anatomy. Lamps BurnIng Flaid, .. 1 P. M,sod JACKSOSYILLS.Vufay,3 A.*
WIn the let Monday to BpUA fc South-West Corner of J. J. WMT M. D Assistant DcnMttntor ofT'HE which win be*old low for eash. Thee Steamer remect with all the Interior
j the following trim: 8THTETS attended Stages of Rut Florida ud venneetr both
November.SumWr M TXNa and WE8TWORTH I Country wder*oUdUd and punctually Ways
.' One Dollar per Kpare,of twelre U and under 4th Monday November.Marion. Charlatan 3.'C. Aaatomy.u REGULAR CO*M of Ixrrcsu 1 la tail to- to.,5iidsas'escriPtkme put up with ertad wit h the New York Bteejr&nlhMXaamie

for the first insertion aad 75 cent for each taUejuent Sit 40" December.fll CARRIAGES of every deeeripUon at UM lowest ttHatioo will commence es toe fret Monday ; aad WIhBiagto Boat '

insertion. To yearly advectieen a liberal fll h-1. do hi December price alway on hand and no article fold except ia November,and terminate btkt following March. ".1.1. Passage from CWrlectcci to JaekMvUle |3|from
Cotabfce 34 do in December. each a* can be warranted in the fullest term bv Preliminary lectures will be Mirere-i from Mon Agtftt for the New'York Pekbt'Tea Company Pk laUaadPaIalxa, .ia.
dlsooont will be madevCy SL.TobDI I* do to November. July 8-tf fltH. day.the 16u day of October until the eommenee- Teacl direct impeetation, and of 34"' .fro* let fartbnpsrtiealars- apply to

All advertisement mut be paid for before jtarel 3d do in November. moot of the Regular Court*,for which BO additional a M to 1 Ib. faa package, all warranted, and at AWCALbELLCh&i1sto;
: unless by a regular eoctomer. By referring Sun Conr JIiddle Circuit. nIL M. Lawton & Co, al fee wil be required. Student have free aeecM extremely prlri BJUaJIA81I A 710GAN;

0 our t.rins,tbe "_i tesmTnmy beaeertainel ncuro TCBK. TACTOA3DCOMMISSION to the Medical aodSurrical Warfe of IW SavannahHospitaL 'Country Dealer supplied,by order- J_.

and tnuaraittei with the advertisement.tJjT )Madison 3d Monday April. MBRCHAHTS, This utelllf't"charity header the medical lag eeompanled with Cash JL L EmD. Nl4a. I

M do control of two member ofthe Faculty,by whom GARDEN PLOTTER STEEDS PLANTS Ac TEAM
Alvertitementi not marked with the nBt- Jeffenoav toApriLWakulla. N. 13 Southern Whmf tTOimra RATIOS,'
lt do hi April S.. clinical lecture are delivered. In addition to this .always kept on hand. uwzxzSavannah
*.
ber or iDlertiolle required, win W ocwtiaaed aat.il Lion 3d do III April Wm. M. Lawton I Wm. M Tajrfcr, they have ample opportunity for leaning prieal Jmly 8-tf_ T. McMILLAN.gagucraian aid FUrMt'
and for. to March. 1 medicine MUse wbick-i it *daily ,
Ibrbii ebvged GadsdM lit do R. Wainright Bacon, [ Josvy*T. IH1L College CBiye, eye NEW SKYLIGHT
|&* Five Dollar win be charged for afl a a- UamiltoB 4th do iD April July 8 f to patients i tp? THE new and elegntStiiam.peeket -
Daring the pact union upwards of two hundred St. TOONS, C.pC Jaa
BOancemenU candidate for office; In advance. Madbooa 34 Monday riu.in November.nut. Geo. Abbott & Co., cases were pmcnbed for and over thirty Sagireal (()iallcrg Famosz. win bate Savannah ewy Tkejswirr

One square for six month. : r tlOOO Jefferson 2d do to November. Co't operations performed in the pretence of the Student tTD morning at 10 oTehwlv fcv JsJatto towcftag a| ail
Legal or other Bosinese Card*, per an. 1000 Waknlla,lit do to November. TTe.96 Eati-Lay, (opposite Boyet J- Wharf) w& tMC1iBiqa.. Material for Aafttecoeal imti- the intonedpent*. ,
CMrluCoa S. C. SttbtmDer bop leave to inform the eitisen
This boat ha
"be been boUt
Notice to Debton and Creditor, i 700 10. 3d do to October ." ptioM will aba1ad.uIqKat. and its vicinity that he still expressly for iSis trad*;
Dealer ta / 105 Demonstrator has ud
October. ricnlation, $5; Full Conn eT 1Aet-.eI. ; large airy state-room jceomaoJatioM for
Oadzdenlst do
Application for Letter of Adminietratioo, 5 00Appticatioo SPIRIT CA89 AND farther information contiawes to keep open his and
Hamilton tth do to November PUE,1with ,tit; Graduation 93ft Jor' passengers taking the inland route presents;
for dismissal a*Administrator, 1000 Lamp of every description for the fame.ALSO address,pout-paid. NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, superior accommodation for invalids and other

Editorial notices for private benefit will be charged STATE COURT Souj&ent Circuit julyS II. L.BYRD,ML D. Dean. oa Forsyth Street second door west of Dr. Hol This boat will leave Jacksonville e*> her retara

double the rate of advertieiag.l s paiK.YKKJC. and American White Lead Paints E Baker land's residence, to 8auuala every 8ucIaJe. at 3 eMot*.
English "
.
; 4th Monday ia Mi rch, For farther particular of
Levy, htqiiire Cape Freeborn
Where he i is prepared to take picture in a manner -
notices will Inserted Linseed
gratuitoasly. of kind
:rAli religion every and.Sperm
Hemando 1st MooJay April SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL not lie ha on board or to
surpassed by any. spared no expense
Hillsborongb 2d Monday to ApriL July 8 Oil Glass, Putty,&c. tf COMMISSION MEBCHAHT, in fitting np his Rooms having a splendid CLAOIIORY .i CUNNlN0IIA3fSa'hj.

All ajmbsable! personal communication wM be Monroe lit Monday to May. July 8 Sarannab, Gto. tf reception room for ladies fitted np in a oeM sad BISBEE A CAFOYA, JarkmviUo.

5 charge as advertisement*. ALL Tcax. Joseph Whilden, tasteful style, beside his large fisw Skylight,(tabling j Jy8-tf BESET A TEASDALE, Palatka.Xilx&e..

SdWondry to October dealers in Fort& Dunham him to take pictures in group or singly in
be Levy
; LV'All bills of Job Printing mud paid on OppoJEdt1.0n.; : .
Hemando,3d Monday to October. Paint Oils. Glass and Ship Chandlery, FACTOR AND clear or cloudy weather lie feels confident of
CARRYING
the of the work.i THE U. S. MAIL
delivery UilUborough lit Monday in November JV. 601-2 Eatt-Bay giving satisfaction to afl who may favor him witha ,

i : WAll letters on business,and communications, Monroe 1st do to December. opposite P. and M- Back CnarUstOB S. C.HE COMMISSION Satannanf MEKC1IA&TS Gt. ,. caU. He is i thankful for pact favors and hopesto ICTWEEX

: mast be poet paid to receive attention. STATE COCHT-Western Circuit. keep constantly for tale, a general assortment floury B. Fort. I T. K. Danhftm. receive a continuance of the same. Tbow who Palatka, Ha, and Savaaaab Oca
of Paint and Od of all kinds Window do not want pictires are respectfully invited to (tuide oil Choc VU7-)
KI.. arRive rcax. Glass and Sashes Spts. Turpentine Campbene JOHN RICHARDSON, call and examiag his room ana specimens. Via
I i Key v Franklin, 2d Monday to ApriLCalbonn July 8-tf M. W. GRATES. Pieolata. Black Creet. and Jackson
A citizen of la belle France who has an ,4th do to ApriL Spirit Gaze TaUew Griadstonds Cordage, Chain FACTORS, onvlllc, Fla. and St.Marys Brui-
I I Cotton Feet Gia Fixtures Glue, Packing savannah Georgia.jn8
Pumps
1st do to May. TAILORING. wick,and Darien Ceo
inveterate habit of confounding every thing Jackson Yard and Brushes of variou kind July 8-tf Office N.. I BedUfonTt Bll J,, .
which is said to him, and baa been in rain Washington,3d do to May. TJ:10 -T'IIdreu TIlE Stcanpacket 1VELAKA
Holmes Tuesday after 3d Monday May. IT. A. Cohen & and RenovatIng Establlah. -- Capt N. Sfwo leaves
of Cohen Dying Palatk
\ attempting to acquire a knowledge our 4th in 'C WELL known to be experienced In cutting
Walton Monday May. .*
Tcr.ucular, w: about leaving his boarJing Saints Rosa lit Monday m June.Ewaobia Imp.rtert and Dealers in 73 Yor1c-, near the Court House, .n and making, inform the cttittu of Jackson every Arrive Monday at Jacksonville morning at 8 ckx-k.
tame evening aid
,
l lioj c for a more comfortable quarter. All 2J do to June. FOPEIGN AND DOMESTIC SAVANNAH, GEO. jjville and 't'iinit.r. that he has taken a room leaves Tuesday morning 3 o'clock

f. the little mystcT.es of his wwdrobe, inclnd FALL VMM. Dry Goods, 73J3 3f Established, 1852.rpIIESubKribergratefnItobawp '73 door in to the hll"A belonging Canova,to where Mr. Earbce he is, led the intermediate flue abote- touching at

ing his last co! ds cA .nt e and umbrella Franklin 1st Monday in Eecember. No. 175 East-Bay Charleston S. C. tronandfriendJ. to receive order now Through {are from Palatka, Picolata and Black
ready
when be bethought I Calhonn, Thursday after 4th Monday in November. for their continued Liven, would state that in any lht are entrusted to Creek, *8W
hal bed carefully packed '
He
i up, all suit
4 I Jackson 2d Monday to November. Nathan A. Cohen. | Leopold Cohen. addition to the impr enienta in Dying acquired him warD. garment \be fitted Through fire from Jacksonville, 6 CO
to himself the unpleasant duty now Washington Tuesday after lit Monday to Nov. July 8 _tf by him daring his last visit to England and Scotland i I I and A new a style as at any ether Throng tkkets are furnished fros Jacksonvilleto

i devivin, upon him that of bidding "zee Holmes, 1st Monday to November. ha made arrangement for extending his :'| p.in the United Statn CfearJtotoB for 8 90

( fb3" gvotl-bf. Walton, 4th do In October. Fraser & Thompson, t' basinets by which be i is now enabled to Dye a great !| the aborted, rerim and clcuiBg win be done at I W ThetTELAKA .eouMct with one of theNew

After shaking hb fellow-boarders cordially Santa Rosa 3d do to October. FACTORS AND er variety of Color on Silk and Woollen Dresses I le. July York and Philadelphia Steamship from Savannah

by the hand an! wishing them with incessant Escambio 2d do m October. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Shall, Ac, wbi,h he trusts will generally please allwho R. H. Darby, ,every Wednesdav.C .

boving"zce verree best success in UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. Adger't North Wharf may favor him with their patroDJ.e.Gentlemen's DRAPER; AND TA1LOK. I R. K DUKE Palatka.ACEXTS .
Garment Dyed Cleaned or Reno.vated V BISBEE a CA OA. Jackecivilis.julyStf
.
.. zee rid!" an>l"zee benediction dw chief," he Northern District. Charleston S C.FRKD'K NCn JacktaariUe, Florida.
as may be required in the same superior Stet (S. M. LAFFlTEAl', .:"..
i retired in search of hs: "dear landlady," to Tallahassee, 1st Monday to January. TRAAER | PAIL s. ?TBoxno styl*which ha generally to much pleated has pa- .,Os R R 1."US retHrn his thanks. to'hisn

give her also his blessing. lIe met her at ApalachiooU let do to February. 91.SO. Merchant Hotel, lSO. trdhs and friend friend al th public generally fcr the libIf FOR ENTERPRISE

the foot ofthe staircas ,and, advancing, hat Pensaeola lit do in March. Charleston S. C. Ladies' Bo.aeta.Dye!, Bleached sal Pressed in / oral patronage ha received, and bopeebystrict And all the intermediate Landing on the
attention to merit of
in hand with a thousand scrapes, commence St. Augustine, lit do to ApriL KEDDCTIOR III FBICE the most fashionable style Orders from the country same. a Ct.aD th ST.JOHNS KlVEn.TIIE .
THE leased this Hotel attended 1 to. Terms moderate
k nndersigned having punctually
4 h.s speech: Southern District. 31r. ha removed hi from
.itnated in King Street,solicit from the travel When parcels are seat by steamboat or railroad, Darby store Bay Steamer Darlington,
Aii madame, I am go D' to leave you. Admiralty Court sits at Key West ; always in seesion. ling public shore of patronage. Board, 91,50 word, should be seat him by letter through the. street to Fenyth street, to doors from CIai.luweU'1 T'--...'. CapL J. Zeeck. .W lea. JkUoD-

You hive been very amiable to me.madame, per day; single dinner, 50 ct* only. Port Office to that he may know where to call for gncery store, where h*.pemnroity Title every SaUrday morning, at 80'doek arri-
: I will never forget you for zat. ir I am in jut, 8-6m JAMES M. HERST. them. lat and i prepared to all w.rit ea- sing at Palatka tame day,-learing Palalka at S
countree I would ask zer government LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. juLCS ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.NEW tned t his C're. with despatch and in a workmanlike o'clock Monday Morning in eonnextmi with the
t I ray Governor JAMES E. BROOME. MILLS hOUSE, manner, lie wi assure all the who steamers Carolina and HWaio. Returning, will
to give you a pension,madame. Secretary of State F. L. VILLIPIGUE. TIIOSAS S. MCKERSOX, may Ctvor his with a "J that they pleased leave Enterprise at o'Hotk Taitday morning,

: The good lady put down her head and Comptroller, T. W. BREVARD Corner oe MVeting and Qoeta Streets YORK. wb his work. A Ia' Ct i* ware and Patatka at 8 o'clock DTrkwwtey iMni g, set

"V blushed modestly, while our Frenchman Treasurer, C. H. AUSTIN. julyS Charlatan, S.C. tf Cutting cleaning, and repairing, at the .I arrive at JackMarWe aaate !JT.

f proceeded: Attorney General M. D. PAPT. CHARLESTON HOTEL, 1-- J. Holmes. shortest notice. July A. M. ER,

Tel, I must go; you know in zeeze life, Supremo Court Judge I -7 Agent at JaekMMtDa
D. MIXER GENERAL COMMISSION MERDHANT
j m&vUme, it is full of pain an trouble. If Thomas Baltic U!, 0 lief Justice Talahaasee. : Corner Meeting and Havne Street, 100 Waa Street N. Y. LIVERY SAL July 7- f Agent R. II at REID.Pabtlka.
Gjt adopted zee yin rich Lamartine make : C. IL Dupont Assosiate Justice Quincy. julyS Ctiarle tonS C. tf TILE E Subscriber is now amlt.
T T71LL aUentieatotalesof YelV
pirticul.ir: -
in his poesie. zen zere should be no morepain. I Thomas. Douglas Associate Justice Jacksonville \, low pay Pine Lumber, Lire Oak, and his customers in any way shape STEAMER

j Adieu, madame, adieu, perhaps for Circuit Judges. PAVILION HOTEL, other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and in fr rate 1I from splendid bema &Ule'l 1rXQLmt: P1cnsant.:
Western J. J. Marrianna. II. L. BCTTEKFIELD ,
Finley '
r.Parti.
to order I* parchasing MERCHANDISE.July
ever. Middle J. W. Baker Tallahwee. Corner of Meeting and Hasetatt, 7-tf .waited us at of the TIIIS Steamer, uhlch hasbeen
Thereupon the Frenchman was making night. nude to of the in condition for effsctJTe
Eistern W. A. Forward, Palatka. jnlyB Charleaton.S.C. tf Cal say part city person pat
his exit w.ien he was suddenly called back Southern, Thomas E. King, Key West. S. II. to take the steamers. ten Ice, it now prepared to re nrae her regular tntioeM -
by his LmJlaly, who interestingly inquired I Solicitors ofthe Circuit n. \V. KINSMAN, Rockenbaaghf Enl exertio will b made to please. cc the St. Johrm hi the lowing of rebels,
117 King Street H. raft Ac suit
r.KXKRAL A. ELISS. performing inch other service
James M Luidrum
; Why: Mr. C-; you have forgotten to )Western Middle Sam'l B Stephens, Milton Quiwy, ha In WINDOW store an Immense ShADES stock of COlnHSIOJEHCUAXT.' July 8-tf Near: th Bafeagton Doe may be appointed by special contract

,i E istern, James M. Baker Alligator. 112 Pearl Street, X. y. Eajngcoieftta may be at say tune toNcvd into
leave your deal latcii, Southern Henry D.Kemlrick Tampa, which he is now offering at prices cu.h as to present / 1AREFUL attention will be given to soles of 7809. .5. BC.1DRJCX3J."111 a. cazse. I with the Captain in charge of her, at any point at
t Mr. C-appeared am\Zed apparently Officers. great inducement to customers.ALSO V/ Cotton Rice Sugar Lumber Timber and To I-lauter and Lambermeu. I which file may be opec the note, w with her -

nt unJerataadjj hu interrogator. 1'es County other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise TIlE undersigned ba\'lDglormed acopartocrsbi prietor. jn'j8-tO' CH.1Z1K3 ntUCT.
; pur.
First Judge of Probate second Clerk .
([ name, name-, Lace and Muslin Curtains Satin DeLaney Damasks
,
it is the chased most terms. jnlySAf J. for the of
; continued Mrs. M-, you know on advantageous purpose transacting a
of Circuit Court third Sheriff fourth
; name ; name- Ac, all at a great bargain. july8-tf
I.. rule for all boarJers to give up their keys." whenever it occnn Tax Assessor and Collector) General Merchant Business at HOTELS &.C. T

.. "01, madime!1" interrupted the Frenchman Counties. Officers. Post Office.CM1 MATTHIESSEN A O'HARA, Joseph ftrire. > .\(;\"! FA E. Fwoul ,

with eutbui'ui'im. "1'rill give not E 'm"'i" -* M J'--1m Ptoj.oli. \VIO,3.\L: CIA) '11 i t. ihOLrSL: GENERALCOMMISSION t
O-ic LolL zju/-i.::. anl applying the action F. E. De LaRau No. 143 East Bay corner Queen MERChANT de.nrous (i"purchasing theapty, t large and: MAGNOLIA HOTELOn
,
F.M July 8 Charlatan, S,C. tf, well selected Stock, consisting in part of
Mien 35 Water Street N. Y.
to the word, he sprang towards Mrs. Dry Good, Groceries Qneensware the St. Johns River
,
; M-, and, bracing her tightly in his arms Santa Rosa. W John J. Stokes.Chain ) .II WARDLAW. WALKER & BURXSIDE, i STRICT articles and prompt of produce attention entrusted given to to his the care sale, Hats, Cap GrkerralG&lware. UKDFR CHARGE or CAPT. O. J. MeIT.Til .

I' Arm/ her most beroicaily. The affrighted Isaiah Cobb Jr.'I Cotton Factors andCOMMISSION and all orders promptly complied with. [[juljS-t Boots Med.. 15 is a new House recently opened for the ac-

Mrs. M-, recovering herself, at length Walton Daniel MoLeod, Eachecanaa. MERCHANTS, Iron, Nails, Paint, *Boarder and visitors from the
cried out Giles Bowen.II North Atlantic Wharf Hoe & Co's Patent Ground Saw*. Hardware ant Cuter Window Glass. North during the ensueiiig and future season
Niell C. Maroe.II julyS Charleston, S.C. tf Particular to the Provision Bosi It stuated immediately on the St Jc.b',RinF,
The key! C the key. Subscribers manufacture, from the best
-, holmes. A. H. Brownell CerroOordo.M. Sr. THE. CIRCULAR ness. Hay, Born, Mess Pork Floor, BI'oD' Fish, brat 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short distance .
CIIAFEE A AND &
toothr*confused and confounded CROFT Steel SAWS.frum two
Frenchy, Molasses, Sugar constantly on hand Urge the .
from
H.Stanley i quan *Mr f IUtk (Creek and is meet
inches ia Their Saw
to iivhei diameter.
eighty
'
WINES LIQUORS, SEGAR9 TOliAUCO -
with 'Oh tities.
ejaculates heavy sighs ma-
RR.OOdI.n.a' hardened and and and favorably heated MIl cearcawntly filed up for the
are tempered are ground
i da.ne, I zot you ax me for one kees and I Washington Whington Tabor Vernon. ic. floinhod for the Produce of all kind parhu. purpose menfkuied. Arrangements are made fcr
by machinery designed expressly
; give it to )'ou.rat a fatal miaUke; in my G. Worthington, JulyS No. 179 East Bay ChiriestonS C. tf purpose, and are, therefore, much superior to those elsewhere.N.All are.ipvited c b"n ming purchases the accommodation of sixty hoanlers end already

countree zay never happen: zay always give John A. Tabor.II II. JESSEX ground in the usual manner a* they are strength numerous visitors have availed themselves a location
BA large assortment of Negro Goods,such the "
J. B. Marianna. at "Magnolia. lb.Hove laCOllYtD
Jackson Ronllae ened and stiffened them in thickness
a scandale in countree and he disappeared DEALERS IN GROCERIES LIQUORS by increasing
my -
,
a* Kerseys BUnkei. Ac.
John W. POOHr.II to a fine Mineral Spring, and boa**andvaewy* aN
in a trance amid confusion, while James Gnffin SEGARS. &c. regularly from the cutting edge to the (:centre consequently July 8-tf. UCNDRICKS A CHESS.A kept for the purpose of going thither. The Mrie.tor .
do become
uttenng, "Oh, mon Dieu! I viI neveur learn Jesse M. Clark, julyS Na 139 East Bay, Charleston tf produce a great nut saving IQ timber.boated or buckled and respectfully invite strangers and_eittten t*>

zeeve language." Elia Branch Aspen Grove. CARD. "drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia House in win
P. M. COHEN & Co., They also manufacture Cast Steel Mill, Pit and WOULD take this method of informing
James U. 4' my terorsummeraadtbus afford him
Parker DEALERS IN DRUGS MEDICINES Cross Cut Saws, and Li|! tWebs, of superior qual. I an opportunityof
J. '< frtatds and eustoniera ** ,that that attention
a [From Vie Saufurn PltuiUr.Oa Thorn Land ap"t to their comfort which itwill
all of which have for sale
ity they or they
,
f the Application of Cuaue for Com Franklin Thomas J.Eppes, Apalachkola. Ac., Ac. be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchant may sine tha ffre4 trw te .1b"DViJ I have reestablished give himself and the able uperintendent *.
Samuel W.Spencer, JulyS No. 29 Hayne Street, Charleston C. tf in th*> "' opposite the residence much pleasure to man.L
Mr. Editor.I hive been using this manure 'IOadsdcu throughout the United Sute ant Canada. of Dr. where I have opens I the

for several years in various ways on the C-TWrpen E C. Love, Qatocy. S. S. FARRAR BROTHERS R HOE A CO, Apothecary B'i.itl an entire new sto k of Jury 7 J. A. SUMMERLIN.

com crop, vu: in the hill drill and broad R. C.Lester .. DEALERS IN COFFEE GROCERIES 29 and 31 Gold Street Drugs and eel Per.mel. Fancy
these several Luve a' Ac. W; Publisher of newspaper who will insert Articles, Combs, D sodFlowereeda P1anters aO to1
cast. I tr.d ways to ascertain 8. B. this advertisement three time, with this note, and Bnhe.Cade.Gar ,
Corner East and Cnmberiand.SU.! Burn
'. II Bay ; ,
James M.Smith
the. best mole application as well as forward n* a paper containing the same, will be Paints Lp.e & CHARLESTON, S. c.Jr
D. W. JulyS Charlatan S.C tf Lamp an I \Tio1ow ,ASU .
to improve auIbenedt the Ian, anl make Leon H. Archer a.1JlIIe :: pain in printing materials,by pnrchasingfonrtimes Water and Mt.enU \ Ow, spik.En THE Undersigned would respectfully mla.fcrBi -
jr.
I the best crops. 1 laid off a piece of land, U. T. Blocker NEUFFER. IIEXDHIX A Co., the amount of their bill for the advertisement *to.te had at to*connterat aB times, SwOaysPhjr hi*friend and the Public generallytha
say three acreoa the first I put about L. C. Pertly 'aWakulls COMMISSION MERCHANTS, New York, April 22d, 1854. July 8-3t exaip14 h. au leased I" extensive and well known **-

203 pounds per acre; on the second about George Miller New Port. for the sale of ici.can hare their prescriptioas pot .p t U>sc_eo{. the PLANTERS HOTEL and i*

the same qnaity; on the last broadcast T. J M. Richardson, Flour, Grain and Pro luce Generally, with care night and day. now ready Or Ike reception of visitor Iii eligible
N. G. W Walker JalyS Charleston S C. tf PHILADELPHIA.NEW j-" 8-tt TIIOS. MCMILLAN.A location, being eeavenient to alt the business
of
about 150 pounds per acre fin it being
Niuh a' localities will eosame4 U to those who visit the
'S "' poor land, but originally goo 1,of a soft gray Jefferson T. J. Chase Poesy,, Monticello. COXDICT, JEXNIXfJS A Co, VOLUME OF Warning. city oa business and na exert_ or expense will

nature The first named experiment, the Janice It.Tucker SADLER, COACH, IIARDWARC COODGY'S L.ADY8 BOOK. t;p* Delay not; harbor not in your mind that be spared] by the Proprietor to promote the com-
in hills and drills off finely at Joel No. 165 Meeting Street fort sad eoaveniecKe of his guests, and render his
guano grew Walker
JulyS CharUtonS.C. tf Commencement ofthe Second Quarter of a Century. sentence trf fools' philosophy, that a ductue will
T first, aid promised to be very superior.... James D Morris, 'a hmue i>every worthy of tae public patronage
A. MadUonC.H. SOMETHING VERY FINE. get cured ttit,or that yon can cure it with certain and support. He Is pfeeeed to add that be ha
t but there is a pinch the corn Madison McDonald S. O. COURTEXAY.
C about usually mazing tme: and at that upon time began 8. R. Sessions ". BOOKS STATIONERY AND CHEAP The July No. of Codey'e Lady Dook. medkiaes &>r a few dollars Beware bow yon secured the servkce, a* Book keeper ef Mr. J. w:
Lamkin and
T. M. Anderson with welfare.Ye so long favorably known to the.tra
tamper
to fade and made but a very moderate R PUBLICATIONS. I*published,and contain a*anal, a greater assortment jour general veIling community of this ant tie adjacent State.

k yield; that in the drill about the same result Hamilton, II M/Kmney J Stewart Jasper july9 No. 3 Broad Street Charleston C. tfAOXEW. of article for ladies not only for show,but wild and vicious youths, why will yon persist July 8-3m fi. 1f. BOMAR.
use, than can be found in any other periodical in the in with the
dosing filthy daily -
r the sowed broadcast made a most excellent John Frink FISHER & HOXIE. world. nauseating compound*

t : crop, and yielded about double. I James U. Hendry FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER- The unrivalled Colored Fashions to be found hi proffered thereby impairing your appetie and Orange Spring Hotel.

I' would say to my brother farmers, never use Jerry B.Smitb CIIAN TM. no other publication Front for a Lad,'*Cabinet digestion and destroying mentally well a* Hotel i is East Florida.rpniS for the
now ef la
$ 1- guano any other way than broadcast, except Colombia George 8 Ssarborough Herbert Allgator.. Accommodation Wharf Charleaton,. Children e Dresses-The Medora and Zulima Mantles physically, when you can be cured with a few dove I JL valid and the travelling open public.receptie We deem*

,- for vegetables. The time of application Reuben Uogan -Embroidery, with Cord-Insertion for ShirtFront *of pleasant medicines ITouwhoarethusastwyolsMwIahto I unnecessary to allude to the superiority tie location
W. O. BANCROFT L Co Embroidery for Shirt -Braid Pattern
k *
fr>:n experiment is the first W. A. a'Alachua *- other in the tie-
; weedingof Sheffield JET CASH JOBBING IIO Goodev's Course of Lessons in Drawing-The wildFlowers be restored -I over any Peninsula and
the corn. Sow two rows at a time,just A. M. Cacton Kewnaniville. SE. ofthe Month-The Papyrus The to heath and vigor by a treatment at rare mineral qualities of this Spring, a* beth an
_ Nos. 253 A 255 King Street. Peignor once
B. Youngblood I established beyond cavil The proprietor I* ester-
ahe.il of the When
br.f.cast
I ploughs. sown C L.Wilson II Charleston S.C. -Basque*,Chemuatte and under Sleet es-Bonnet pleasant and effectual!, should consult I r. MORRIS. I ing every effort to render his guest comfortable
it improves the land Preserver Initial Letter Cherant
more generally Days, Felix Livingston Jacksonville. *- Basket Hi success in chroni< 4lHaae, has been and only crave a little more time to complete Lit
and it for smill I now JOB WORK for the Centre Table--Coral Broidered Uankerchiel
prepares grain. atn ,
George Stone and alt Invalid have
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS -Braid Pattern-Head DrcMes, Ac.A greater than that of any other physician of his day. arrangement satisfy can
usngfrom2IJJto3O0lbs.peracre. Ipre- Uriah medical aid and such
Bowden extra attentiooetheirsitaaflop -
-, fer 30J Ibs. because you will be enabled to John D McKtoUv. Keatlj Executed at jhis Office. Splendid Line EB raven, NOAH AND'THE Many who have been for year afflicted with disease require. Our own Hack will be attendance
DOVE-Gal-laBtry-Music--A at the
get two crops from the same manuring. I Nassau James T. O' (i.U WoobtoetIml. with Engravings-Farm House Day, Engravings ShipYard or consequences resulting from excM. have oa and after the 20th Nov. OB the arrival of the

r _____ woul I say more about the mode of culture, Southern Quarterly Review, -Liib of Columbus-Godey**valuable and Sea been restored to health and vigor under hi* really Boat at Palatka. KS..DARQ AN.

.. .4' but deem it unnecessary. In conclusion, 1 Nassau C..C.3.B..en&Draddock, .a'A. THIS Periodical, of i Ia the the only one of it*class in the : sonable Confectionary* .-Ie*Creams and scientific treatment. jiltS Proprietor.XA0K01XAKOVSX. .
region Konti and it
I wo il 1 remark for the benefit of : page are : Puddings. Should a personal Interview be objectionable
practical D. HiggiDboUaam. IISL referred to a* the beet evidence of the of .
men that if there in any merit in my suggestions John'. Gad llumphrt.TI. SLAapJtinr the South and its capacity to give expression ability'to I UTTbU "So. will- be TERMS.sent on the receipt of 35 et*. state your disease in. writing-enclose five dollar JactronrtiU fTortJof -

I the plan U easy and can be adopted F. C:Uampwl" the feelings, the Interests ADd intelligence of thi is One Copy,one year . $3 address Dr. W. IL MORRIS, through the Post- It' THE SUBSCRIDp f4 t\e

by the great body planters. Jacob Mkkler II Section of our Country. its purpose is to fairly re. Two Copies one year . 5 office Savannah Ga.. and a package of medicines M above House, "HIM U "? qa the- woc. JWl
EDWIN J. Putnam W.W. TumbliD IIStaI present ourselves sad not to misrepresent other stIle, aid will use every tx'MRt9fteN.t(
REDD.
II Five Copies one year, and an.extra copy to thoperson securely put up wilt be sent privately and with all that
Oliniki him
It alms to maintain the truth a* we understand it may favor with their patronage.
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Elward .
Prince 10 185 the club .
May !. sending 10
V NLUiSNOItOaI, and to assert the intellectual equality of ear See. and despatch fullj>f direction &efw thEM no question Particular attention paid to JavaJi4 Y
extra
,
Eight Copies one an the
year apersoneendingtbeclab "*
.- Marion John MIntc.b 0ca1& tion while at the copy
same time, it wIll free mind of A. coy,1
Two or A FA war;;"How well he plays Robert 15 .
Bullock onr people from that state of literary thraldom and Corner Ocean surf Monroe street*.
for one so young," said Mrs. Partington, as s. He1vMtoa II and dependency under which they have too long Eleven Copies onyear and an extra copy to the Person living at a distance afflicted with Scrofula Jacksonville July 8. 1854. > .

the oran boy and his monkey performed J. XWUlii. IIw'f't labored. We claim then from all lover of the person send the Lad club.' Book and Old Peers Tetter CanceR Piles Fistula in Good Stabling for Horses.ChARLES j tf
: her door anl how D. A. Morgan, Wae&IIUIL South and friend of a home ITGodey'1 Arthur Home ABO Gravel Stricture ;
near ; much his little truly literature that Magazine will both be Intone year for$3 40.L. Gloats or any disease whatever
brother looks l.ke him to be sure !" John Robert R.WILL.rtGO Ua&ebtr. IIAJ1Iaboroecb. support for our Work which will enable a* to give .A. GODET. No. 113 Ckesnut-street Pbila, of an aggravated or malignant character emit DeWALL,
U a free coarse,and thaj make ft eigjaeftiiy worthy A."D" cJ.\a I a.Jacksonville. I
f SilllOD TIU'IIWIo'"pL of the world* adjofration aad be cured at howe ty consulting Dr. MORRIS by '
JC5I" Father said anbitious our own pride.C. -
an little
If Cunningham. U Malone & Taylor letter Flo.
MORTIMER Publisher poet paid encloaiftf a f ..
4 shaver, about the size of a pepper box I E. T. Kendirlek- IIHerDIDdD. Office "SO. QUARTERLY REVIEW1V) 'LTJMBEE COMMI IOV'HERCHAHT; Medicine pleasant aDd safe U sent !I SALES, in any part of the County attended to
caa koaO
: do without of shoes but per : respectfully solicited.
can a pair I amsuf. Joseph 1 Taylor De Sotow. Law Range Broad-, Charleston S C
1. fer.ng for a bosom pin.1 31 GarrIson, 4'hai4e.McMlna Philadelphia, to any part ofthe United State Goods sent to the subscriber on eowniosfeB either

.. The following reaoI'i WM adopted by:tie. Very respecifljlly solicit consignment of particular,U'ntloa given to toe treatment of female for private or section disposal :.wfll be quickly
Eo.L.Eulpb a' SOVTttBKff LUMBER, SHINGLES *,. attended to and amount speedily forwarded Tie
SOUTMU
Z'Fanny Fern object to men tbed- ComisacuL Coxvumov held hi complaint Ladies who sy U afflicted
r Monroe BaJamia BaWler, X'1 West.Petse Charleston hi April. &. Liberal advance made., Refer to Subscriber has been known in this community for
ding tear She it U an Infringement with Irregularities Flour Albm White Pro-
says er .
3 Cruo a'E3bertClark That the Bonrtkem E.T. BROCK Philadelphia, a number ofyw. a* Auctioneer sad olherwtoe-
I on one woman' most Taloable "waterpriv- II published Salted the City of Charleston Quarterly by a native Review of, I E.T. RICHARDSON do.., Upen: Uteri or Falling of .the" Womb would:do lIe offer no recommendations but drains that \aqnlries -

r ileges." Samuel Young ..4Orsnp Virginia, and edited ky one of the most distinguish julyS4f T. E. BCCKMAN. Jacksonville FU. wen to and all false .delecacy, and promptly con- : should be made concerniag hrnwelf ofaayeommerHal

; Alrerson8Sp.srlbWataoa EDwrp! ed hterarv gentlemen of the Sooth being the only ,* Jfotiee: -> suit the Doctor. Crags W nun*) house at the place ef his reideo. -
.n incorrigible wag who lent AKb.r aiu itEI Periodical of that Since the fire he has located his tore on Forsyth
a character
; printed aad published nndenigned will be absent All letter to receive
rpni at the North 13T attention must be
street oa the bunt district where his AwO Uinee
minister horse which IISIUDkr in the Southern State -
? a ran and threw aad
having defend
.. any always J.
the clerical rider, thooefat he ihoald have W. Co WilJJuu :4ammDe. ed the institutions and interest of the South Is October from next the when present they time will until about the lit of post_, aiD ig at. Address,W.IL XOJUS. &. Is also at prevent,eooxracted, and where ha
8. G. Let 'aE.ILCrco entitled to the re-open stock of Savannah, Ga. I Itr keeps; en hand on the taeet reasonable termt
of the .
some credit for his 'awl in spreading the a.L1Ua patronage Southern people, Goods for this market In the meantime their FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
f Of pel/ *, aad this Convention couidtratioQ-earnestly recommend' to weir mines will be hi the hand of Rodney Dorman. Consulting Rooms No. 79, Bryan Street For Coth and Country Product.jar .

'. laTorahLj Ewj.: BLOODGOOD A BOUSJST1 I II II Ii opposite Monument Square. 1.J1129 .]j. / 9-tf CHARLZS

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