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Title: The Florida news
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Creation Date: August 12, 1854
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VOL., 1. .. JACKSONVILLE, SATUEDAY, .AUGUST 12, 1854 r NOTBJPrw 7

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cether, they usually went by the name of ped *ith 'big ship-pistols 'and cutlasses, counsel with himself j and then ho' .gave a give you ray=honour I never saw. ;They Facta are Stubborn Things,.nl.: ,'..0I -, '

tliStcllnnD randy and'water.. As for myself was while boarding tomahawks and pikes were most unexpected jump on the"'dock,1 flung seemed to be ruffians of all nations op I In government like our.own, light 'will "
a poor subaltern in West Indian regiment, placed handy.; Long Tom had a special crew, up his straw hat which blew into the; sea board: but,of course,the French predomi shine forth in'spite.of every effort to ketnU

i going home invalided, after 'tight brash and every gun was: loaded with a double and exclaimed-It's a'dodge a dodger-he nat d. Now; I 'hope you;dont think thai; hid. .and-, :. .
U*Journal tf with yellow Jack. .And now you Know.the charge ofg11lpe. wants to bring the privateer closer, so that what I say is the eflect of prejudice. I give i "Treth tt' '. '
.rtJnrill rb agate "-
company which Captain MaclCod.nddrcsscd.1mt u' 'or,' says the skipper,*I stand no nonsense he'll be surer of her,' J you'my word of honour that I speak the The eternallea1"l crjuhedta of God art*hen > oj., ,,.
Smoking Song. "'\ are you drinking;boys T he said. : the }'French like long' shots I like "Mathews shook his head axact fact; but you must: remember that Bat error wounded writhes ia ain, |' fL: :
Air "SparUing and Bright. :'}Iadcria Sangara, Captain Uacleod,' muzzle to muzzle. That's anyway T "At this.mornenj the frigate) fired another they were-not men of war's,men aoryet And dies Ktaidrt her wonb0] _
L said her;Dargle, at the came tlmdknockinga.xhlte'wormwitha'blarkheadl ."The privateer--was now w/i about fire gun.I' .ti : honest merchant eai1or&-but Pnvatcers- The discos congMasIbnal .. .
ion in
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the mountain' great our
rfoa&ng away Eke pray, miles the leeward.. ,She wis '; 'Xo ball sail rather who the t I
outuf a to certainly a Mathews looking men, are the drtgsrbf seaports halls has closed -
maiden the most Important -
Or tae mow-white plume of& probably ,
beautiful craft low and than otherwise. from which
buscnlt., ; long, ; sneaking disappointed they come; and are very little question that ever did or ever will COllie t
Oar male wreaths rue to the starlit ikiea "'Well, ISe just been taking a meridianyou with the characteristic in her topsails, then an officer appeared on the chainsin better if at all than piratct t. know that. before Congress the Nebraska bill."* In ,
With blissful fragrance laden. needn't snigger, Jlr. jilosca,'-and and, the masts=particularly the mizen,rak- French uniform. the strict rule is, when it, can be done tcJ examining these, celebrated discussions' we
Choriu-Then smoke away 'till a golden ray the skipper ,produced a huge old-fashioned ing tremendously. She carried'.only topsail "'Do you see that'"Mid Mathews, all. give a privateer the stem;but bad ts theyare see many facts stated, the troth of"'which, ;
Lights up the dawn of the morrow, quadrant, 'I think that if the wind blows as and gallant sails,' mizen and forestay but triumphantly."The that's too bloodthirsty a thing for En is demonstrated with the same analytical '
For a cheerful cigar,like ashleldwWbar steady as it's doing now t. to-morrow night sail, as if in scorn of our packed canvass: officer hailed, and'the words came glishmen to do; even if the prirateersmen n I re reasoning a proposition of Legendre. We '
The blow of care and.' I'll show you the Lizard Light' and rose'and 'fell' on the long sea with a down distinctly on our ears' They were were as wicked as the devil himself. Well are not intending to enter into a discussion r ;,
"There was a simultaneous clattering of grace which was all her own. Our poor English. we got our men on board with the captain of this question far from it. But we ;'
5 liThe glasses on the table. Mary Anne good ship in her way AS she 'Do you hear that, Mr. Mathews T retorted of the frigate's thanks and.:compliments,' in few words; to propose '
aa as possible giro
lief burns bright, like the gems of light .And without as much as seeing the was, half buried herself every time she the'captain. and three dozens of claret; and the frigate some, of the arguments offered by, Senator. .,
That nah in the braids of Beauty, shadow of them damned Privateers say plunged at a curling swell. The Jean Bart 'Schooner, ahoy Back your fore topsail men, of course,returned to their own boats, Butler of South Carolina to deny the -
It nerve each heart for the hero'. part nothing of these'=expletive again"'French also held a closer wind: and it was evident and lay too under our lee. The operation Gentlemen and men' said Captain charge,made by Senator Sumner, ;of Massachusetts M
On the battle plain of duty. Frigates. Curse them and their dandy there was Nothing for it but the old formula was performed, and' the officer hail )Macleod 'we'll give the Hero and her prize that Slavery is a curse, demor-
Then smoke awa".1e hoist in the nape of their topsails' command::'X oW'men,you see the enemy ed again--' a parting salute. We're clear of the ships' alizirg to the people among whom it
'Well\ then captain, I suppose we hare ; lay your guns'and point them well. 'What schooner ia that?' so time shot of the guns wont do any barm exists." 1''J .
m. made the run,' says Jlosca. Fire fast and fire true, and hurrah for Old ""The Mary Anne, of Bristol'thunderedthe to anybody but the fishes!' :
darken'd The of M swcho.etts Is 997499
Ia the thoughtful gloom of his room "'Why, don't whoop till ye'ro out o' the England !' captain, after waiting for the first call. And accordingly the light carronades The population population Tennessee is' -1,092,625 .
Sits the child of smoke and story- wood' rejoined our skipper. "There's oftena Meantime my fellow-passengers were in The lieutenant bowed and rejoined Were very cleverly fired; one alternately ---,
Bet hie heart blight,for his pipe beams bright, swarm of these craft, as quick as flying the cabin busily engagcu.1 in writing. Mr. "This is Ills Britannic Majesty's Frigate from each side, while Long Tom gave a finishing Exccra of population Tenoemeo 99,126.
And his dreanu are all of glory. fish and as fierce as sharks, lurking about Dargpl's face was very pale. Mosca's black Hero. The ship down'there is the Jean bang. The number of paupers in Mawachugetto .

Then smoke away, des the chops of the Channel-the infernal villains eyes glittered' and he was so nervous that Bart She is too fast for us in a chase ; 'And now,' said Captain Macleod, 'Gen The is--of .in 5,549 ,
-.to pick up all they can get. How- he could hardly hold the pen. He was but we are going to try to trick her to-day. tlemen, Dinner !' number paupers Tennessee ia flak

sits tv.the haired ire, e\er-Sambo, a couple of bottles of that armed to the teeth and evidently determined Haul down your colours.! "The following day we saw the frigate! Excess pauperism in MsMachu tU 4,968as
By the WaEag fire gray champagne I got from the governor.' as he had often said, not to be taken "It was done, and the ensign fluttered with her.prize standin; tltc same course Ma&aehtiMtt, with a. lea number of inhabitants 4't
And iafont arms around him, "'Sail ho,' echoed through our carlvaes, aln e. I was beginning to contrast my position from the peak to the deck. At the same ourselves, and the following night we sawtbe has, over eight times the number of pain "P
And he umilw on all in that quaint old half, and then ,the brown face disappeared as if with only a. .
While Ue imoke-cnrlg float around him. by magic, and there was a moment's trampling upon, with Mr. Dargel's,the rich pro boat of the frigate dropped like ,feathers Hero's claret.' The The insane insane of of Tennessee Massachusetts are are e.- 1,617' 478 a
Then smoke away, des of fl'Ct.ll the watch below was tumbling prietor of h-s-do:en plantations, the husband into the surging water,and their crews came
up, as they call it, and, as you may of,a fond bctuitiful wife and the father shinning hand underhand, down the tackles, Army ofthe United States Excess of insanity Massachusetts -, 1,169 .
T. think, we tumbled up too.11ere of A family of sprightly little Creoles.I a cataract of blue-jackets. General Officer, 3 Massachusetts W 1,430 churches--me for every
Li the forest grand of our native land "'\ a\\"ay1' said the skipper, addressing ,'as watching his face,as from time to timea The frigate again hailed, 'Our men wilt Adjutant General's Department, 1C I 695 inhabitant. _.
men the savage conflict's ended, the top-gallant mast cross-trees. spasm-like quiver went across it, and his board you as if you were our prize, andCaptaf "'ctor" 2 inhabitant Tennessee has 1,639 churches-one for every 517 I. ,.
The of brought evict release 'Broad the Ice-beam the hand stole to his when the .' Quartermaster's 35 I .
pipe peace on was answer eyes, faintly- n -- Kentucky hu nearly three times the inhabit&nlt. .
from toil and terror blended. 'standing on the same way with us.' heard boom of a heavy gun came up from u 'Matleod 1" roared the skipper. Subsistence 'J of Connecticut, and pauperism ia Connecticut '

Then smoke away, ic.VI 'Glad she's to lec'ard, at all events/ the privateer; and at the same moment ourroasthead 6.'MacIced'resumed the lieutenant, will Medical -/5 I w 1,744 :;'
said the captain. l look-out sang sharp and quick: be good enough to send on board a portionof Pay '; 28 Pauperism in Kentucky - 771 ""'.:
"'She's going through the water very '.\sail to windward. his crew;' and then, as if he anticipatedan Corps of Engineers, 148 .
The dirk eyed train of the maids of Spain fast, sir,' said the first mate, touching his ''What like T shouted the skipper 'She objection, raising his voice, he shouted, Corps of Topographical Engineers, 42 Difference ; tha; -with"u
'ITcatk their arbor shades trip lightly, straw hat. looks like a big frigate. was the reply.- 'there will bo no pressing work, upon my I Ordnance Departme, 303 Thus see Kentucky,
And a gleaming cigar,like a new born star, "'What do you make her out Sir. Mathews 'She's got stunsaila on both sides and she's honour. We only want to cheat our friend First Regiment of Dragoons, C53 times the inhabitants, has" less than half tho',
In the clasp of their lips burns brightly. ?' I coming down before the wind lil'ce a race- down yonder the better, by pretending to Second q oS C53Aggregate number of paupers. n
Then smoke away, ic.VII. *"Why, sir, she's a smallish vessel to horse.. take on board prisoners. Our men stay Connecticut has one insane to every 502 inhabitant" .' "
carry three square rigged masts. ":)gain the captain's.telescope was in requisition aboard you until your own come back. It of Dragoons, 1G03 < '.1 'u
"Capt. 3Iacleod looked grave: and with I and every eye was directed to the is all right, Captain }Macleod. is it not 7* Regiment of mounted Riflemen, 803 Kentucky has one insane to every 1,937in." '

It warns the soul like the blushing bowl out a word, took hk old pet telescope from. windward ship, the topsail of which couldbe "Aje, aye sir!' responded the skipper,, First Regiment Artillery; -7'-I G. habitant 1.1
With its rose-red burden streaming, the brackets, and leisurely mounted the I seen from the deck, when she rose upona quite ivaasurcdi'jducuoljny will 10-, Second ""___,J --_-. 741 ConneCticut baa 719 churches .! to every
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It drowns it in btin like the first warm lire fore-rigging. It must have required long I Fea. Presently the od! skippershouted lunteer?' Third -7'4G inhabitants. "
from the lij' with lore buds teeming. practice to use a glass from a yard which 'She is a frigate ; and if I know anything ofa 'Me, and me, and me!' burst from a Fourth" '; 740 Kentucky has 1,018 churches-\ to every -:'ties.

imoke 'till the golden ray was continually on the swing, and that I frigate, fche's one of the right sort.. I score of voices. ,And the next moment the 540 inhabitant, including her slaves J"_, '.:
The away Massachusetts and '
dawn of the sometimes twelve or fifteen feet at a lurch. know it by her topsails-and In less than three cutters dashed their boat-hooks simultaneously Aggregate Artillery; 2'185First Connecticut together, "
the morrow
lights up shield will bar However, the captain took a long survey, half an hour,my )'s.you'11 sec St.George's into our lee side, that next the Regiment Infantry561 make annually 4,037,000 gallons of ardent. u I
for a gleaming cigarbke a and then descending, went below, and returned Ensign""And Frenchman, 'while the lieutenant and the Second" 561 spirits. ,-r :r 'So t .
The blows of can and sorrow. on deck with an old account book, the old fellow rattled down the midshipman in each followed by the crew, Third" .662 Kentucky and Tennessee, 2,148,945 gal,., t '

SIB.Life. with letters down the edges of the leaves, shrouds with singular velocity. only leaving a boat-keeper, scrambled upon Fourth" 5G2 Ions
which were closely scribbled over, and an 'Have up the two bottles of champagne,' our decks. Fifth I s: .563, Thus lassachusctts and Connecticut
immense lot of loose memorandums, Brit- ho shouted 'and, steward, serve all the "The second lieutenant bowed politely Sixth 563 with about twothinU the population' of; 6 '
LV Is like a summer's day. ten o&all} sorts of scraps of paper, backs of crew round with a double stiff ration of to tho master and looked round on our warlike Seventh 561 Tennessee and Kentucky,have got more
As sweet and brief; letters and torn bills of lading and turned grog.. preparation. Eigbth" 5GO I than four times the pauperism, three time. +
Quickly doth it pass away Dp B. After a long scrutiny, during whichwe "But the first mate did not seem so con 'You were going to fight our friend I the insanity, and a less number of churches
Like A.tlUDD'.leaL all stood anxiously around him waiting fident. He also had narrowly examinedthe down there 1 hope we can rave you the Aggrigate of Infantry, 4495 for moral instruction and make 886,255..-
for the old hard-a-w Bather's opinion, he coming ship so far as it could yet be seen trouble : but meantime--Jameson, his Xon-commissioncd Staff, C4 gallons more of liquid poison for the ruin .
Merrily the hours fly brought his clenched fist down upon the and was likewise an old and experience coxswain, came up with a French ensign-' of their people, and still there are some
In youth's bright morn; old book. and exclaimed seaman. He shook his hqad. a for once captain, the Mary Anne must car- Grand Military Aggregate10,329 who speak of the demoralizing effect of
The rose-bnd blossoms but to die 3y Heaven it's her, and no other;'and lot of French frigates-woundy like Eng ry the tricolour. The above is from the latest official Army slarcry. Facts are stubborn things. ,t
And leave the thron. he read- lish ones,' he said'and some of them as I 'Xo objection, no objection stammeredthe Kegkter. It is not quite equal to the [San Antonio Texan, .
"'The Jean Bart, of Dieppe, consort to hecrd tell have topsails cut English fashion, skipper; although he clearly did'ntbkc Grand Armee,but in a country whose best i
Manhood comes upon as fast the Belle Poule, was a barque built sharp to cheat the merchant ships.. it. Up however went the token of conquest de f nco is the patriotism of its citizens,sufficiently Alfalfa_Liucerae, >

And childhood dies; for the slave trade--altered to frigate rig 'I don't know, captain, but I think it the English ensign beneath it, and MESSRS EDITORS : Last fall I sowed a.
The rosy tints of youth are:put would be most not to take sail oil our volunteers carrying empty bags and large.Wild
fbrpmateering, Low in the water, and prudent Man of Africa. small quantity of the seed of the plant call
And M time flies. 'I very fast particularly on a wind-lofty righigh the schooner. liammockless hammock cloths, so as still ed Alfalfa or Clulia Clover. It was sent .
There is another inhabitant of the woods
lminf onwards still towards death, in the topsails- ahvajs strongly For Mathews had seen the skipper's fin further to deceive the little Frenchman, the Gaboon be feared to me by the Commissioner of the Patent
We crawl along mannered and heavily armed-mizen mast gcrs fidgeting with the maintop-gallant-sail went over the side, half of the boats'crews by River more to Office at Washington,. without instructions i
t than the African boa it is the wild man of
board with their third lieutenant ;
rakes well aft hanlyards. remaining on as to the mode of planting
The signal given and oar breath woods--not the cultivating or
the ourang-outang thoughan
"'She's rising us fast, sir,' sung the look Well, Mathews,' he said,'we'll compro and a couple midshipmen. offensive the character of the soil on which it might
Is quickly gone. out aloft. mise. We'll make short boards instead of "Again the boats, with tile apparent prisoners immense ape-always acting on the* best thrive. I scattered the seed broadcast '

\Vt die-the body turns to dust; i "'Pack on-pack on every stich,she can long.' pulled round the schooner's stem and ready to attack man. than The on a small plat in my garden; it germinated -':
of his extremeties
bones
are longer
Thus ends the strife; carry. Look alive, M '. Mathews Be 'We'll lose ground by that, Captain and stern giving the privateer a full jjew sized full early stood the winter frosts well, and c. #
with the Mr. Jenkins We've Macleod. of them. The trick took perfectly. Vie those of an ordinary grown man.I for the last six has
The spirit mingle just smart, got an ugly have examined them here and whilst or eight weeks been in r i
In cndleu life # customer hanging to us,and if we can we "'W cl but so will the Johnny Crapaud. Jean Bart filled her main topsail and came the skull the jaws, and their contemplating terrible flower, bating attained the height of twenty -'
must show him a clean pair of heals Get Every time we tack, he'll tack and I don't up, making small tacks until we could see sort of inches or more. It bears some rescm-. A
(From.t1el'i1Iiace1laDl) the fore-royal on the ship, set the 'maintopsaijstun'sail want to get out of the way of my friend to her swarming crew on deck. !The interestoftheacengwasnowgrowiugintense shuddering.apparatus The really canine experienced teeth are upwardsof a blance to the Common Red Clover of,the .
rig out the flying gibboom windward." We Western States, the difference being in the;.
the ;
Tbe frigate, ,The Pxivatee and 1 and set the Mil drop the -, and '"So presently up went the head of the could see a stealthy movement in the fri- two inches is long, and of proportionatebulk. from the smaller size of the leaf and of the bloom j ;

Jiunning Ship. get up the broadest-headest gaff, topsail : Mary Anne into the ,wind and round she gate's sails, and as the privateer made her of. the There backwards atidgc running the but especially in the form of its fluctuation.Its .
well drive the ship'under rather than be came on the other tack very cleverly last tack which would have carried her clear top nose over crown seeds are not yet mature and instead-.
IT agora .U4C&T of the head this affixed muscle
EPtfEP tq | a by
'-, taken.1 Never missed stays when ,she had a of the schooner's bowsprit, the.man) topsail which the ; animal s draws backwardsand being borne in and about the flower; ,as ia.a .
( s following curious soaL Je was, In all its "No sooner said than done and the Marv mouthful of wind' said the captain approv- of the frigate was suddenly filled her living most of stiff the case with clover and other plants, the'..
forwards crest
Pn.dfuter55, taken from the oamtlre of an Anne was under a press of canvass,her upper ',i ingly. But the'D!ounces,' as Mathews calj top-gt4tant sails sheeted home and she hairs when a frightful to inflict Alfalfa is throwing cut numerous filaments 1<
enraged or proposing
eye-wUness. I.elie.tenant"a West Indian regiment masts bending, and the weatherstayslike j leu them were every bit as quick as ''We, started like a greyhound 'gathering away : which wind around the Items from whkhi
who U represented as telling the story, and 'around while amid\ tho -. injury, he erects them and draws the crest
: fiddle-stringSjthe lee scupper boles buzzing j and the lively little frigate swung astonishingly quick banging they springon which filamentous,organ/; -
after honorable his
who u eolooelea rttraite an tor- forward over ,large and utters
eyes
,
the italic had been stuck on a pivot. i of her boWhascrs full at the Jean Bart there is at this tune .
schooner
riM of ffty yean. The old gentleman however, in the foaming water and, i as most hideous yells at the same time. a vast crop of seed in
was oat vary dear about the names of either the> making gallant way; 'She made a deadly forgo' ahead, then,' the French flag passed the English on the Nothing seems to intimidate him..Sometimes progress of formation .,g
frigate or the privateer, so, for the sake of facility For more than an hour there was silence said the desponding mate; and the captain haulyards,one descending, the other ascen- he advances with trees broken The object of this brief account of the Ali i
of narrative, I have named the lint the Uero, the in the ship. Captain Macleod and as if influenced by l.islubordinate'sevedentopinions ding; and in a. moment more, the frigate's boughs false is to inquire whether you, or any bf*':
second tile Jean Bart. It is a fact that there. eide went again in the rigging 'and after bowsprit was entangled in the jyivateer's off for the purpose of concealing ap readers have
the Jean Mr, Mathews stood..on each .of the : attack and the your numerous experience in.'"
a Bart prlrateer, which. belonging w captured to Dunkirk by ap,English called frigate, wheeL keeping the craft,'which was really a good long look at the fastapproachingship mixes rigging, and the crash'or the meetingships proI.Ch'and legs of a human being, brings suddenly him grasps instantlyto the growth of this plant the soil best adapted -.*.;
and I hat* the liberty of applying the name of the behaving very well as near the wind as was the hull of which'was now visible, he was heard amid the rattle of the the ground breaks his bones by blows to its production,and its value for.WUHMA
privateer in the presence of.the then lieutenant, consistent with the absenco of the slightest shouted, 'Mr. Mathews, I'll put my head Hero's musket The breeze was 'fresh of his and hands and tears the ter pasture, or for hay, : '.[ jj
which ndght have been tie Jean Bart or not-tt shiver jn the windward tack ,of the ,fore- j into a bucket of tar and eat it, if that's not enough to blow away.'the smoke, 'and ,the flesh mighty his arm teeth., The native Respectfully, io., _
matter igni,** little-the facts are the important topsail During this had,time to an English frigate f na before teu JDfn tc8ro.u'll instant that the ships touched, with a cheer, by monstrous J. JK.\WfOKD.J
v.ansewe huntsman in search meets him
who
point, and tWy are undoubted. I bare of course goes. or '
throws the origmal oral matter with which I was consider'our situation. Of all :the sitar : know tt yoursel when yon seethesigxi which only excited Englishman can give, whilst pursuing less formidable animals, BLUELY, GA, June, 1854. _
E1 the ant the Jac 1t at the fore with rattling pistols and.flashing cutlasses, '
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CiMiUar late a more literary and connected form teen sent out by France La Belle Poule. at peak; has learned that the saftest to
way engageis
and this unused, we enir upon the narrative/ ultimately captured by. the Black JokeanJthe top.' a swarm of boarders poured like a cataract to act on the defensive to let the REii RKs..-The Alfalfa Chilean Clover,= >{
quite.
[A.B.JL Jean Bart, were the most famed for As the captain seemed so perfectcon.! over the frigate's bows, and down from her monster draw near when he will immediately is.identical with the well-known, Lucerne, '"
''Gat'l.CXDThe little open cabin their successes;and the most notorious for 'fident, the champagne corks popped,and them bowsprit right upon the Frenchmen's heads, 1 seize the.end of the muzzle of the gun for a full account of which our correspondont -'
*\ 'of tiw good armed schooner Mary plundering to the' ?kh tbClr"tmfortunatcpriaoners. : ; n had their rum-and-water, which they the marines following fast as thcy:1night ready cocked and presented,} between his, is referred to our last volume,'(1853)" '*
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Aane,was Pawned by the weathcr-beat- infinitely preferred to wine, 'or' indeed to and forming,as they managed to scrambleon teeth Instantly i it must be discharged pages 101,194. It maybe sown ineptem- t
ft bcty-- brown as brown paint and the "However//tbcrfl{was one comfort, T nad J spirits of any description, but all kept their the p decks, ,But there was no,need. the man either delays till the ape has compressed ber, in very rich ground either broadcast
shock fC fiery.red hair with whiskers tomstcb.of nothing to loco but a few'dollars- colonial eyes alternately the frigate, now fast Taken utterly by reprise, the men not at the barrel BO.as to")close it, or fails or hi drills and affords an excellent; food for- :
oar worthy captain; Macleod to currency 'ui uniform, 'and. some light nearing tis/and rolling'majestically before q quarters the guns qntacLled! ,the small arms to give a mortal wound, his doom is sealed.JEST" stock in the spring,when it maybe cut sews
.rtame,and related to the chief of that ilk.-- West Indian clothing; and a though struck: tho following seas. below in the racks and attacked by a force era! times should not be fed off by c t-$ai
lIe had been at ken in every' sort of craft, me to put on the uniform as .I heard that 'Look at her teeth, look at her 'teeth," at least double\,their=bomber the French Dr. Hawks, it is said, was.at onetime tie but cut y and carry to them, .non tb&, 1
pod in*very part of the world; and as yonMHylhink even French privateers respected the red shouted the captain in ecstacy;as the fn did no'discredit to*their manhood, though elected Bishop of Rhode Island,. but '$ ,"system. :It is an exceedingly i.
; too old Islesnun was as stout coat of an English officer. Putting the idea gate gave' plight yaw on a cross :sea- 'A they followed 'the sentiment of f awe qui he declined to accept the appointment .-the uable grass,and well worthy general cull;; .
*o4 thorough a.tailor.a* ever faced wind into'practice,td the great astonishment 'of forty four at, the, least. Thirty, .twos T and peut.'and disappeared'like' rata' said Captain I ground of refusal being tho meagre salary tivatlon'in the South..!&&. Southern <&/, t".
#$d rather, and cannon and musket shot all on board,t a appeared on deck in the fall eighteens'at'the very least." : )Macleod down into the interior of their assigned to:the office H5 Rhode Island tirator'i
too,'Wad,."GentJemen," .says he"there uniform of a fou lieutenant of his Majesty's Meantime' the ''Frenchman showed no vessel ,A few'alone kept: their ground' .:friends reminded him of the promise made ; ,. .H-J't
were thretof ua; Mr..Dargle,a great planter tad West India Regiment. ,. ," change of tactics unless it was a tendency togo headed by their officers;but a moment suf-i in the Scriptures, "that God would feed the -.ADT K.TIS&-A merchant;.o' t.W es ..I**j
ia Demewaand Berbice,who had nine "Looking round I caw that the;privateerwas i off down to leeward'her movements betokening flood, as the ring of marines closed round young ravenns. .The,Doctor) replied that Memphis, .inform thffbusincss'trorldl Ujatf '_ 4
hundred elates, of whom he used to Bay rapidly,overhauling', us,-and that, the suspicion of the big fellow coo them, to make tbenflhrow,down the cutlasses :this was true, that he.had nowhere seen he; hits'by regular advertising.daring,t""t.1 .
that h* had never flogged but three, and captain was preparing for'acflon: He'had i ing down before the'wind,'with, % magnificent which they' bad;snstchedup, ,and pi promise' "to feed .Cq.1Ja *." years,improved mil business by.10,000;--*?rt'>
never Bold bat pne-athis own Jose e., lie eight'thumpmg carronade'ft on board;and'along : wreath of foam decking ample bows. make' sulky ;).surrender., And then the He also states' that were he to have to.begin -}./*
was mild,' quiet man, and every house in eighteen I on a swivel fixed into the heel ,: At length she was within a'mile, when tricolour came down,and'l'eSe t1f :went O.rrFm..Th absurdities are abolished business again,with only$100ehe.would,A
the coast cokniea was delighted when his of t Ae bowsprit,,and which wax the apple ofthOEldppeni she made sudden sweep,' and then rushed upat starn'said Captain Macleod'the BQ far u regards: the,mmistera to France appropriate. $30 out_of >i;1t"" ;
.rin appeared,' with its high stepping 'eye. round, with her broad side"to ns-r-backmg St. George and St w's. ensign- the and England;and the salary? a, raised to '
bay; ,Xh*second"man of the party was Air. .The crew-thirty snout1a1Ows.fortbe'bfa [ her main topsail-letting go her stunsaOs- operation however, reminding1 him of the $15.000 per year.. The ministcl'BUnd gain. bye 'Walsh::and lire Sewai i 1JiM : ,
Moses, Dar e'i':Jt$cntJ who .u',biia Annie was double tam t.dtriprYJlit firing a gun-.and ,hoisted ,her ;colours-, tricolour at the track of,his own ship' beepoehl r the old regime it'wasj'tirst year.Sat; GoO, "4j have,had, it i*'said, a-+bbiysh'
father wai a Cuban Spanurd and hw mother i to th std barefooted, were' 'gettingotttjtherniu I French! ", ly had it.dpwa| and the rnational iry,$9,000;outfity$9,000.+makin $18,000; .tho 'House'post,office, Mike was the ag,", .
a French Quadroon was rather of apepJ ;on the 'starboard. ..sid eJ.; the ,: 1y>T6w:'.then,; Captain,', said .Mathews, symbol hoisted again-1FI8 received, with' a j seC third and fourth yean.,'(assuming, "or and was,severely bandledr.They ,
per dispositmt;a high required all the mild larboard arrdnadet were obliged1'1<))1 tie< made *now then; what do you say tiow T < universal, buratbracclamaticlD i each staid in a Presidential term,)$9,000., difficulty. ended 'where it i began, ;and;both;., ;e"
Dell of Mr.DargI.e to keep down, last'''to ring-bolt* to:'pi-event"'their;divmg : Before he could,answer,. the privateer 'There remains'but littlemore forme to1 J receiving$15,000.'Now,r.the.:same termloll .were'm their seats the,same>evening; 3J"j '
Howerer, be was; td my knowledge a most overboard,.,white"Starboard"or windward aUo.fired_a gua,.and,also!,hoisted: the tricolour. -| say;only that there was another'exchange give them $00,000. :f'!VJ5 "
madea'true one this time j 3T "Sh1llks: in beauty like the ..
eau Lead 'ezoeilmtt..ageat-'and a* bend carronades had their nosci;cockedjip tape >jj >. J of prisoners i : .MIInight c
had time to't take lot of desperadoes I JE" Slander make,.no discriminations. thought Sambo of the darkey belle
hU employer were generally seen to knit. Two men at every din were equip "The captain a moment anp a more desperate

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Manlaihler at the 8U.JUehola* Hotel, : :v'J53THVtrouldcall theaitentfoiTofSuraelghboriDf 1 1 k ,pap r the wi reekve ."SLate.t.News.,' $pal an 4"the United sts I.wssiCE .

l .. ..' _'Jfew alfoatJae..er.-AJCaUIbralan*" *- ,"- 'Killed. *'by- .:tIt1.:f1rirlli s:' '/fcpttMi&Htlo *n 1 Inference' published &article 7rom ,the pnrt T>A clestructiro, $flnaoccnred In,NewOrieans.cn '- -.or.fut ratsipxxt otTH curt to '

S i. t1if. that he draws front ui article In the I't'I*, Whit .Editor of. the the 5rf jnst, detroyingproper: IT : *
before o'c:1 "VTednesday ;
6 ckt '
Shortly on the St. which We suppose must have been caused ald,binder the head Of. 'Political Parties at ty to the amount 6f about'on* million.oi ,' SQtosAugue( \ .8g
fatal
bccured
at -
: miornlng, a affiray 1Del8ag
i 'S Kicholas Hotel la which CoUTharles Lor- J4CKNYILLEStTUyUOtS : by a bUtT reading." 1I'e1s': "The /p 6 the'south." Wo JtdUi tlienextIssueofthoIera1 dollars. "* noon, fa was rtplyto tent to a thf enM4bis site,

log California, was nm through the body asserts in Connection:with the rote on Ne*. continuation ohienbjecttowlchconirnendthe Mr. Buchanan,4nr Minister to London -' Adopted k%that body neoIl1tio1ier.1aq JDOI1liDg'

with a sword
.c N wf Qrleana and fatally wpunded.v boarders. ; ties orf ftha plain mentioned Tn, Scripture, our. readers: .. as'successful.ar S '_ hasten tprctpond briefly to the rwo.
: Both with their iamiCe.4 were I '
at the Haul,and yesterday, morning about '.. "'KOMKATIOS.roa .: present:nerftei$ 'whig* who.are ready :to Political Parties Soat -'The Captain General of.Cub)*U still lotion the President oCth Senate to inform of this cia&ftqt

I o'clock, Dr. Graham, who had been out ..1 -. 1 -' : r preserve .'the:nationality essential to' the w. alluded w .*pmfons bra*t th pit o'pushing'on' his farorite scheme of the enlargement opinion it be not mpati1 the Senate k if b k .

4:1'', -drinking most of the previous night me aEPEnsENTATivi" ; TO,CONGRESS, preservation, of the t D OD. If_the country. the the pU'pre.1 briefly. most proper.Tewl lo the Cf of black troops.. public interest,whether anjthiM hat with arisen th.

*- Borne almost m.rjfrom the effects ofljiiv ) -. is in such condition as the cities of the plain of the Sooth to panne. -, -The extensive cotton, flour and bee the date of LU message to \be How.
:; 'quor. lie became quite d8oreryty.q* A. J..1fAXWELL. and GOfnorrah-the whig following txtrkt from EeliJ' pf Representatives ,the ISth'tf
doomed Sodom t.l woolen Tenn. destroyed
: ., ktantlr ringing the bell in the haU near hi* -the the central whig mill at Lebonan were March
3K ( organ Stte b&
o
conccmSnf
. o our relation with
S t apartment, and calling loudly,for.the .r- \ democratic' party which boasts to have been TOt a different pl .Addresdsg the.Whigs by fire, thereby,throwing two hundred rnment of Spain; which b the GUf.t .

rants, greatly to the annoyance'of Bomo'of theN chiefly i in power' must'havo'.brought to t Stt. i says and fifty;hand'out of employment.' dispense with ths'seggestie, Llsopi.ion mar
\ :|JF Copies of ; ew may ,be.had your hu all sympathy with North* thertb coo-
z boarders that section of thehouse. .
4the tbhne1ancboIypligbt.P '/ !Its Lost '$110,000 of which $31OCO was Insured. t touching Un propriety of
CoL! of his which at T? 51. Mc1filen'4pothecary'flaU, ,' on era WhiMery reet1 developed f h pmUkm4 -
Loring came jout room -
was nearly 'oiuing-that of Dr. O,, and Jar street" ., 'Our words were'as follows:'*Ten righteous ty to l'et and ofoppoidtiontotb.prezefltfeeble upon all good m t ral measures by congress* to meet say txj.

, asked him to desist-making so,much noise 1 Appointment I men would have saved the doomed city and under Free.SU b' ttla Do tbL. yon A good deal of uneasiness. exists on gen grew 1 affecting that may those arise relations.in the recess of JW.

, sayIng that the servants,were in bed and :'JIr., Uixireu,"Deaocrmtio candidate for CoD of the plain, but these ten were not: to be wiD been have '. l&o have ,don ,'roar battle the part of the authorities' at Havana relative In.the-message to-] the House of, Rtntf
that be could not find at that Jioiir- has fought, yon I
The Dr. answered that any he had been ringing grew; wIU a&lnu,&.people of East Florida in found. It' U thus with thewhig party at Do this, and whthe.1 or defeat l' duty I to affairs in'Spain. t enta yes referred to, I availed ,JD11 of

the bell in his own room for two hours but accordance thplMloymg -fpolatsi,.tsr' I the north: 'not t -n'men'havo, been found tosaveit. salt of your efor yon and come acwiseieix out void conflict -i I There is an organization at the the occasion to present the following rtflections S

I had not got an answer. In making this Saturday, 12 August Jacksonville.Mondty ." S wa. cl I f north for carrying the rifle and the,Bible and suggestion: .
14.' Black Creek. "In rtevrW the>position of lie
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.tatcmcnt he ewore considerably.CoL Tbttnfey, 17 >w SfAajrOstins.Satnrdaj "__:We neter_said, or meant io say, that thecol1ntry" We fully concur with the sentiment 1 far as I I into the new territories";-weapons whichwe Cuba its proximity to our COM t Island the of
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Loriug then dosed the doorand 19 Palatka. was in this condition,'for we have full and entire withdrawal of all sympathy fromNorthern fear many of them do not know how to tions which it must ever.bear.to. Oar iehv>
S went to bed, and a moment afterwards the Monday, 21.1 Enterprise. Whiggery i i inrel and wo Ulieve tom.merciM
LaU bell was furiously again. lie Thursday, 24. Micanopy. always thought that'there will be'fia/jonoi, that every Southern wi .rlnpt1 follow the use. and other interests, it U van to expect
rung
again got and opening the door a second Saturday 26 Ocala. democrats enough to save that. We spokeof Stind.advice i that partituler. hI call -It is said that there is.now a prtt- that a series unfriendly act* Infringing .
up of to und ban
rally our commercial
time said to Dr. Graham. fcl would Monday, 2S" Fleraington.VTedn.ed the whig as wo were authorizedto Sout of the River'Amazon being opened to right*,, and the adopt
y, 30,' ". tNtmwMriuo. party, ner of opposition to present administration,we pect ion of a policy threatening honor
be much obliged to you} sir; if you would Thursday, 31. .u ..P vldcoee. speak by their acts'in Congress. Let deem to Le rather hasty: and pre'matnre. We admit the whole world security.cd these States jthe and
i"not ring the bell so violently, as my wife .Saturday, 2.'Sept Alligator.' ; the however, if the distinction between tho political ;can long exist with
the Republlcun insert "whig party"where There'has been a destructive fire peaceful relations.fcln .
consist: merely names, and _
I is quite unwell" He also advised tho Dr. Monday, 4. '" \Vfute, Springs. parties i i tel
to put on his pantaloons, for if he wanted helm placed! "country," and we will have hitherto been, contending tolily for in JerseY'city, destroying property to the cue the measures taken for the amicable
the boll he not in Foreign Hews. of his d deduction that it is of office, then the Sentinel may be right in its ap Value of from to adjustment( out difficulties with
the maid to answer was cheerfully accept peal to the Whigs of the State, But if we 200,000 400,000. Spain should unfortunately Jail
5- a condition be seen by her. By the steamer Canada we learn that tho democrats who have caused this melan- are honestly and patriotically contending tot principle In the election 80 far as heard from not hesitate to use the and I shall

Dr. Graham then said he did not care a I tho insurrection In Spain be now (lignified of the by making them it becomes oar duty to look into the conduct which authority mean
whigs counties
may choly plight in North Carolina comprising ,Congress to
d-i-lin for mavis 'or' any women in the of the present administration brur commencing may grant insure the
house and would dress ts pleased. The with the name of Revolution. Madrid show their hands, I a organized crnrado against seven whfgs and fourteen democrats have observance ourjtut rights,.obtain: rtd-
I ; is said to have the The present administration should judged by ress for injuries received and to vindicate
b
Doctor used other violent language and the pronounced against t been elected to the House. liragg'sIeth.( ) .
The Shade of Adrerslt '. its acts, and if by .tho" it is f be an enemy : the honor of In
our Hag.
I ., Col. told him if he repeated it ho Would Queen, as,had also the cities ofVittoria } i, to the South then the break his head with stick. The Florida Sentinel defending its position it bet if the other hand it found to earnestly Lope
a Burges, Valadolid Grenada Saragossa Zaragoua ; on u t show
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still 19 counties being heard from again not arrive I
Col. Loring then again went to bed and is quite happy in some of its expressions hoel and patriotic, administering the may suggest Congress tho
i soon afterward the bell rang violently] about Pampeluna Barcelona, San Sebastian I and withal chivalric witness government faithfully, and in obedience to the for Uockcry (whip) of 1815. The propriety of adopting such provisional mea-
as
times. He then on hisS and several smaller cities. The insurrection -I very provisions of the Constitution, then it i the duty( democrats make a gain of three membersfor !cures as the exigency may deem t*demand"
thirty got put
up, :
I the following extract from it: every section t approve, rather oppose it. I I' The two House of Congrew haw
at first but the may
and and arm was military people '
pantaloons slippers put one the House.
) Now what been the of the
"We havo believed and still believe that measures anticipated that the then
long gc& I hope
Jan his coat sleeve. lIe then opened the I are now coming into it with the cry of present administration wine seriously I The Constellation was would be expressed
sloop-of-war realized before
,door and stepped out and told the Doctor tho-Whig party South is the true coaservatire party effect the interests of tho South 1 The tbeperLJ.1 ad
uriva U Constitution bH
and Town with org
I ,that he would go to the office and see hcther of the country, and we are not one of. those to izing the territories of Nebraska and to have been launched from the Gosport journment and that,.our. reUtk-n wilL

er he could find a servant. Mrs. Loring the Queen!r' In the movement, however stand by a apewure. or a principle, or a party in tho treaty with Mexico, are measure of the present II navy yard on the 25th of July. Her tonnage pain would have assumed a satisfactory

I then jumped out of bed and begged her there seems to be no desire for self-govern ho: hour of prosperity and forsake it when the admiD \ralnaO; to both of have these exhibited,measures the tbefreesier is l,400tons. She is pierced for twenty- bonditlon complaint so as! afford to remove better, paat 'causes of

.1 c cr., husband not to go out. lIe requested her ment-it is not the wild heaving of Republicanism shades of adversity begin to gather,around it" mot an hostility. It i H therefore but a 1 four guns, but will carry twenty-sixteen tranquility,ant and justice b the future.security fci-
i to stay in the room. The Doctor at this like that which shook Europe in fcThe shades of adversity" art indeed just (nculio that if tho present administration *
t: time had nothing but his shirt on Mrs. is hOtile to sonthcrn institutions, and j sixty-eight pounders and four long thirty- I an constrained to say that such is MI
.l 1848, but a wish to check the corruption of gathering thickly about the Whig party, 8 t the fact. The formal demand for immediate
r Loring went back to her room and dressed. h e much sympathy for" free-gotten, &to merit twos. On her spar deck forward and aft,
i ', In the meantime her husband was absent the present rulers. The Queen is said to have but we had not supposed them to be so imputation wiiich the Sentinel has seen proper | will inch shell ? reparation b the case of the Black Warrior -
she ten
I mount two
S to ascribe that it would haro itcted in with i Dos.-
and alarmed she went in fled and the revolutionists intendto despondent after the introduction of the concert f instead having been met on the part
t : becoming merely ,
the and in their opposition i f Her will be the same of a second class I of
I\ t search of him,and found him lying dead at transfer the crown to some other head champion who is to wrestle in the proposed to fre-iers measures, abolitionists the f"rer. But | spars "j Spain by prompt satisfaction hu only
from the old sencd call forth
She takes her to of
frigate. name justification the local
halt b i
the extreme end of the weltering I instead of this we find the administration acting I I
of the blood royaL Don Pedro of Portu- Olympian games.Graham's i
'f i his own blood. The scene which followed in concert with the South and using its official pown ) Constellation. ". I authorities of Cuba and thus to transfer

\I t 'was truly frightful,and for.some time the gal is spoken of as their choice.: Spain has and influence, in supporting the Constitution, i Detroit describe the harvestof 1 I the responsibility their acts on the
Magazine. papers
) I greatest consternation prevailed throughout nothing to loose in the matter,for she could and maintaining the equality anti rights of every j I Spanish government itself.I .
I
known
We have received the August number, of section of the country. j Michigan as one of the best ever I Meanwhile information uot only reliable
the house. Two of the waiters witnessed
S. the affray whichresultcd in the death- not have a worse government than the this popular, and beautiful magazine, and 'reo-soil Then,why when charge all its the oBLial administration acts loathing with the being in- : in that State. in its nature,,, but of an official character

t, of CoL Loring. present. found upon cutting the leaves what we had trest: of the South proves!the contrary to bo true? A dwelling-house, in Chickopee, I I! was received to the effect that preparation
The in tho hall while The Russian and Turkish affair still remains not pretend to that General Fierce a nit was making within the l limits of the United
I parties disputed expected an intellectual repast, of choice say i Mas., was burnt on the 28th and four
like in of chess although jroalavery man, nor do we bcl vc that I! State, by private individuals, under military
moving toward one end of it about Dr. Gmt a pause a game. allortb
; viands spread before us. The engraving of in believe that the persons perished in the flames. ;
ern man fU.hbatwo people organization fur a descent the-
ham's the bell and noiseto upon
ringing making a from certain tremulous
: *1 motions, the Encampment at Valley forge, prepares of the north and west are opposed to the ilhtu-I Gilliam & Co.'s tobacco factory at I t Inland Cuba, with a view to wrest that
the of Col. Loring's wife. In
annoyance there are signs of some of the parties ma. tion of slavery but are not all frcc-wilcw or I j
ones mind for the of the Richmond was burnt on the 29thult-loss colony from the dominion Spain. International -
the course of this dispute, Dr. Graham called spirited pen picture abolitionist The to slavery of three I
S t CoL L. a liar. The Colonel in return ing a "move. Austria and Prussia are Hcadly, that follows. who are neither free-iennor abolitionists u of a $ ,-rartially insured. i I comity, the obligation of.,treaties,
rather to incline kind to the other cloMe* I I and the provisions of law. alike
clapped Graham in the face, when the latter seeming toward the Czar, different first express
Bernicc Atherton and In Cincinnati the ripe peachesof I
Aspen Court still -
for while the frcc-foilers are resorting to every I required in judgement that all the '
eon-
who had a sword cane in his hand while S"cl1cnt'tb the ,
made, ab1owathm with the Lor-, prospect extend- keeps up their interest, and the Coal regionsof I kind of fraudulent tricks and deception to cinu.Irb this season were sold for $3 per bushel. I II I stitutional power of the Executive should
t.
,cane. ing her dominions on tho Baltic, will join the institution of Iluer. and prevent its I be the
ing took hold of the cane and in an instantDr. Pennsylvania,continues to be instructiveand beyond its present limitg---c-------, the I _prevent. consummation of
the allies. ahltn Dreadful Murder Brooklyn.On '
{ I Graham drew the sword from the stick beautifully illustrated. ist are endeavoring to abolish it in the Stae", ad II I ouch a violation positive law and of that
t and stabbed his antagonist through the The whole is a complete game of national Under the head of comicalities I torn loose the slaves among the whito people, denying Wcdmcsday night about ten o'clockthe : good faith on which mainly tL amicable

a body. The weapon entered tho left side agrandizement. The Turks having their original ns, even the right to send them off to Liberm neighborhood Atlantic. street,Brooklyn .1 i relations of neighboring nations nuut depend. -
the doleful victim of eUe. But these not the I
Cape May experience or anywhere are opinions .
six inches from the spine,and twelve inches own homes and fire-sides to defend, arc the and principles of Iowa northern men who have was thrown into a state of great ex In with these
provokes hearty laugh. conformity convictions of
\ below the shoulder-blade, penetrating the the Constitution and the Union, in those that horrid murder
only decided ones. They,havo but stood by citement by a report a
, I lower part of the left lobe of the lung and one trying conflicts through which they have recentlypat. 'I public duty proclamation issued to
coming in contact with the bones of the thing to do, and that is to fight the enemy Code}s La<)'s Book. had been committed by Mr. J. K. T. Tuck warn all persons not to participate in the

''S breast, it bent nearly double, and produced where they find him. Should the Englishand This Magazine for August comes to us We believe it equally unjust to charge the present er, editor of the Brooklyn Daily Freeman,, contemplated enterprise and toinvoke the

instant death. French fleet hesitate much longer peculiarly rich in its miscellanies. The engraving or tho proceeding administration, with being who had killed one of his children, and se-, interposition in their behalf the proper
they
what
free-soil. We not said of their
rae may L officers of the Government. No
The''am' stabbed onlv words thedecea" uttered were: -gill havetUc lt,Wag accompanied bya antecedents. It U their official a. that cousii-i I verely cut the throat of his wife. The following -j whatever can justify private exhibitions provocation -
"I I killed. Graliamtfiil
am
; tute their administration-by; and these alone -
year, especially in the Baltic, where tale. { are the particulars of the tragic occurrence of hostility against a country at with
4 ,not attempt to touch his victim after ho are we to judge of the character and complexion I peace
: had Inflicted the fatal wound, but threw his the Russian harbors are fortified most of The embelishmcnts especially devoted to ,of those ailri Under the form t : the United States. The"'power to declare

t S sword into the pantry, and walked up and the months in the year by winter. the fair sex, indicate that it is indeed a or, the compromise meAuru 1831 wore Pld I The unfortunate Mr. Tucker, it appears, war is vested by the Constitution in Congress -
the Utter the Xebrnxka and
;5 down the apparently much agitated. Lady's Book. I and under law and, both hare a resided with his wife and three children at: and experience of our past history
bill became a promptly and ,
$ He was immcdiatcle arrested by tho Eighth rhe N. Y. Express under the head The illustrated articles of ".A in the energetically executed tho frgitiva slave law ; thus the house No. 403 Atlantic street, and last' leaves no room to doubt that the wisdomof
Ward Police and htlJ to await the action Russian day I while in their private feeling!, General Pierce and evening he left the office of the Brooklyn' this arrangement of Constitutional power -
of the Coroner. intrigue at Washington has the Ship Yard" and "A career of Industry.- Mr. Fillmore, are doubtless opposed to slavery, Daily Freeman, in a perfectly sober state,, will continue to be verified whenever

c About 11 o'clock Coroner O'Donnell proceeded following.Whenever. Show that the useful as well as tho orna- and conacicncioufly so, and *ould not participate-I topflpcced home. On his way, he called,, the national interest and honor shall demand -
,, & bankrupt despot is hard pushed for in it from coiucienuiocs motives, yet they do not a resort to ultimate measure of red-
to the hotel and instituted an investigation with a.fricnd and drank Some run "'hicli
it is mental is attended to. The Book ),
money, getting to to be the Iial.it to run Lady's cock to set up their private opinions again the
when the above facts were elicted. right off to the United States, with au offer t->"sell keeps with the improvement of the Constitution and laws of the country, and the rights intoxicated him, and he arrived home at. about ress.Pending
t The Jury after a short d'liJx.ration'ren- out" some portion of territory, over which tho said pace age and opinions of their fellow of other sec nine o'clock carrying with him small negociations by the Executive,
t dered the following verdict: bankrupt may chance to have acquired dominion. and will retain its position of being in the tions. Hence we fpati i) L.cizel unjust to chare the f popgun for the -children, with which they: and before the action of Congress, individuals -

1 "That Charles Coring came to his death Un-le, Sam, indeed, seem to have become thegreatest first rank American publications. present being free-lil, began to play. In a short time they quar' could not be permitted embarrass
land speculator,in all Christendom. lie its official influence has been to the of the and thepowers
; by a wound inflicted on his person by means employed car relied about it, and hearing them crying, operations ODe wurp
began buying "lots" from an "nieasurea" to which the frce-soilers
up European
y ; I of a sword cane in the hands of!o crt 31. M soon after the Re\outiooy war aa ho ownership was- Accident at Sea. abolitionists through made the moot determined and formidable he became excited and told them in an excited of the other of these depositaries of

Graham." able to look around, or had any money*to rpare. We learn, by a gentleman from Nassau opposition. Our "Cotemporary" of the Sentinel manner, that they should not quarrel I the functions of Government. '
t; : On the rendition of this verdict, the Coroner Louisiana and Florida were the first rcjsulUof guchrpcccUtiong Mills, Fla'. that the mate of the schooner imp' a formidable task upon Whigs of the about the popgun more than half an hour. I have only to add that nothixg has arisen
fi committed Graham to the Tombs to ; but these were trifles compared with are called upon to draw the lino Shortly afterwards he got up from his since the date of my former message todis-
pp 1 await examination. subsequent operations, and operations that appearto Edward King, fell from aloft while that vessel across their own house,cut off one half their force, seat and took a razor from a case, and lay- j pence with the suggestion therein cOntained

w : CoL Loring had recently returned from A be few now years contemplation., we paid out of our national was off Cape Hatteras, and was almost a and wit the administration other halfwage; and uncompromising of against war ing hold of the little boy, four years old cut touching the propriety of provisional

k' i California, where he held an office under treasury a handsome sum, on account of the treatyof instantaneously killed. tho e Northern Democrats who hate cure proven them. I his throat from car to ear, severing the jugular measures by CODo"Tell.FJU1ULIS

-, the Government. Guadaloupo Hidalgo, whereby we perfect our selves honest, and faithful to the CO1ituton and vein, and killing him instantly. As Pixacx.
The prisoner is about forty years of age: title to certain lands ceded to us by Mexico. And JJ3T The main-mast of the Brig TV" II. the South. he was about to commit the fatal deed, the Washington, August 1, 1854.Bloody'Comhat .

he, it appear, had becif going about the I it was on'y the other day that *.e paid out seven often Parks, lying d Nassau Mills was struck And tho result of such a course i is that tho combined child cried in pitiable accents,"Don't kill .
millions more for an indefinite strip of territory forces of frce-olcn! and abolitionist, consisting with Indiana.;
I. the streets of Eighth Ward during most of me daddy and these were the last words
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belonging to the same country. And now wo are by lightning on the 4th inst. The mast of tho Northern Whig the frec-eoilers *
pry. the babe for in second he waS Our readers becoming"uniliar
with
spoke a are
Tuesday night, visiting porter-houses and told that no I le-s a personage than tho Emperor of and to neitherof poor ,
;, other retorts. His disorderly conduct attracted all the Russian \t in the market with Sitka, If not and rigging considerable damaged,and aolin.prpr. the free-soil and abolition dead. The mother, who was in the"room accounts of bloody combats between small
t the attention of the.police and they the rout of his territorial possessions on the Northern one of the sailors severely stunned. gat, will make common* cause- theadministration little thought that her husband was aboutto detachments of our gallant troops hi Texas

J were about arresting him when some of his Pacific. Being in want of funds to carry on the in the North, and We ag the commit the horrid deed, shrieked, and he and the wild Indians. The latest encounter
friends promised to take him to the hotel war againt Turkey and the Western Power, we JEST The President's Message to the Southern division of the Whig party will bo dow immediately caught hold other and cut her to this character occurred 'on the 14th
and him there. arc assured ho will" cell cheap," and that it is Sen." affairs will be found in upon it in the Smith ; the probable result of which throat from the left but the missed inst. Van'DureD
I keep They did conduct him our manifest interest, if not our manifest destiny on Spanish will bo the election of a free-soil President, which car, razor between"Capt. and eleven
to the hotel but it seems he got out, again to buy. this paper. would inevitable destroy the Union of the States. the jugular vein and cut the cheek. lIe men of his,command of the Mounted Rifles

: during the night and became considerably Well with sufficient Hence we are in favor of Union and cooperation then made two other attemps at her throat, and a roving band of some thirty Indian
to
: intoxicated; and it was shortly after his experience prove 1i: We are indebted to Senator Mai- with the National Democratic party behcveinjr nswe making severe gashes, but she stuggled and warriors. This brave officer, it appears,
': return that the'deed was committed. The the value of our investments in that line.: lory for several valuable public documents, do that it is the only polity the Southern Whigs fought with him,and prevented his accomplUhing had pursued this gang for over two hundred

I painful affair created a gloom over the board we have little reason to complain. Louis- also for 'a copy of his speech upon the can Union safely and pursue the right if they of the desire South.to preserve tho his murderous purpose. The daughter and fifty miles,.but only overtook them on

\ ers of the hotel during the day. iana was purchased in 1803 for$11,000,000, Homestead Bill.Compliment. --- of the unfortunate man.and her brother, the 14th inst.. when he found them drawn

t A despatchdated theM inst. says-Dr. and comprising nearly the whole Mississippi British leln Nicaragua. 'P escaped from the room and gave the alarm,. up hi line ready to receive him. lie. did

; Graham has undergone a further examination valley one of the mostpopuousand richest to Capt. Shaw. We suspect that when the facts come to and soon officer Caverly, of the third, district I not hesitate a moment,although his pistols,

and comitted for trial on the charge THOMAS SHIW of the : be fully known, it will be discovered thatno and several other persons ,rushed up owing to some unexplained cause,were useless
.f murdering Cot. Loring, at the ..NicholasHoteU portion of the Uniori._ Who can prize its i William Captain Cotton which boat, for stdtmer part of the history English aggression stairs to withhold his murderous hand. but dismounting,tried tbe'encmj with

, The accused is a native of Ken- value now?. Florida was purchased in 1819 weeks temporarily, has the some abounds much with arrogance and des- On entering, they found .Mr. .Tuckler the unerring rifle-when' they broke, a'nds,

tacky, and is proprietor of a large drug establishment for $$5000.000 who would now see the of the past ka, made his occupied List return place to potic assumption as the course of the British struggling with his wife, in the act of cutting .running' fight ensued. In the jaclee.that
in New Orleans. trip at her throat. On the floor the followed the brave shot
Co Marylander
Loring "Land Flowers" b the.hands of Savannah on mornin,8th instant. officials in Central America, backed and lay ''ea.
S- is also a Southerner. who recently returned foreign On the'evcnbg Tuesday to his sustained as they are by British diploma body of the murdered child,weltering in its through the fleshy part of the'sword arm,,
S;. from California, where he had accummuhvtcd power for even !, millions. the liberal proprietor previous of the departure, tists. Let the whig press forbear. Let blood, which made the room look like a the arrow grazing the bone. .
k fortune Texas New Mexico andCalifomia cost "Buffington One of the who this condition faint from the loss of
large partly accruing from us House" tendered an invitation to them take lesson from the past. Forewarned slaughter-house. persons In ,

the labor of negro servants, whom he took some $35,OOOPOO, which has already been to m et a number of the citizens Capt.Sasw of is forearmed. .They have never jet first entered struck the murderer on the blood Captain Van Buren 'charged an. Indian :

: out with him. They knew themselves to repaid from. the' mines of the latter alone Jacksonville at that establishment in the laid their hands upon any one act of.President head, and knocked him down and one .or afoot expecting to cut him down. but

5' be free under the laws, !ut such was 'their besides the establishment of passing a social hour in the, interchange Pierce, to misrepresent and defeat it, two others held him down. He tried to the wily brave kept his hone restive with
attachment to their master that they returned our principles way friendly compliment to the favor-- without being covered with confusion ; and get his hand into his pocket,threatening to his weld dexterously availing himself
to th him. and an empire freeman on the hitherto shoot them but the officer raised his club of when not than
bondage ite guest. ,, ,The.time,passed happily-the we need not recapitulate how,or how'often, a good opportunity :more.
desert chores of the Pacific-Sitka may indeed hour being in "lengthened sweetness they have been discomfited. The foreign to strike him if he made any attempt to_injure five paces ,mtenen'J between,them, seat

The JJrudderen" and Sisterhood. not be as desirable an 'acquisition, as drawn out.Capt.SH.'T long policy of the President U based upon fixed them. They then secured Him and conveyed an:arrow tbrought the body of poor ,Van

b The free held a celebration on has and enduring principles, and it cannot be him to the Third district station ;Buren, and with such force that it.passedthrough'a
S some 'the above but the during the time he has
Tuesday,near Flushing,L. L. The audience, enumerated been in command of shaken. The wise and distinguished statesman house, where he was locked up out of the heavy sword belt on the opposite
steamer the
was mostly black. Horace Grecly delivered stars and .trip<*s,'will float' as gracefully John's blended a on St. at tho head of the State Departmentis way of further harm. In the commission sid It entered 'a little, above-the ;.navel

5'. the oration of the' day. Subsequently above it, as would any other ficer witk, happily a spirit,of conciliation efficiency as and an of- neither misled by his, impulses nor his of the horrid deed he cut his own thumb about half an inch to the right of thendd-

several individuals,white and black addressed fiag.I I to the Florida accommodation fears, but standing fast bythe right,. he severely.The CUe'erea.se of the, abdomen and passed out

the assemblage. :The report of the N. Z-e: publish in to-day's paper a 1 leaves the:route, for.the public.not ,without He awaits results and research and scrutiny unfortunate man has been consider in a directline abrading the, spine on.HA.
YJ Times notes the following incident: the subject of Insurance i present cd to be in his mind the side 1 lW :
'communication upon' ample evidences"that his..efforts .have with fortitude and confidence. In every deranged at tiumesaccordlingto -| passage through, on same
.' UA young man, colored named Powers Companies l,and,'b ,justice to all par- been appr .-.-F/o.,.Republican.JESTTVe Instance the bold and patriotic.inaugural of the statement of his partner in [derful to say although. a week had elapsed

S advanced upon the stage,and during his'-e- tics, feel..bound also to .give to the public the President HAS sEEN FOLLOWED CP BT business Mr. Thompson especially :when 1 since receiving the terrible wound and Soar-

marks he complimented. ,very. highly", ,Wash. the from hear that the'store of Messrs. ACTS. No overt step is taken without due laboring under he influence of liquor. days of that exposed" to the burning UBO.I
extract letter
ington. following a that has I Crane & Rogers on the Bay, 'was entered. reflection and abundant efforts, to exhaust A medical man was called to attend Mrs. > the prairies,.the brave soldier :has scarcely
"Miss Hicksj; colored, interrupted thespeaker. come under pur observation, } Tucker immediately the fatal Guttered has had little fever and
: Saturday night, ,and robbed of a Quantity ofiiams. every peaceful means to protect the honorof after occurrence any pain
;She thought Washington lied totbecolored "Dri Sins' J received ft letter from the Granite i .. The entrance was effected from the our country., However the, course of who dressed her, wounds and ,at i sleeps soundly The doctors are watching J

.. people. He called them together Company yesterday, saying that they bad not i lane, b the rear of.ibe .store, ,-&I7. Nevs.. Capt. Hollins may be criticised this muchis twelvej'clock last night she lay in a dangerous him unceasingly the hope that 8 may )

and after they had//and took h coun- failed, nor'U there any probability.of inch aa Lwa. clear tor our mind-speaking for oursclf state; with fearsHhathcr. l wouldbe continue improving for two or"three 'ftaY8

try then kept them as slaves. ,It was notright. ,* '*!. .:.They farther says.'-all those I. DIED FROM 'urif: TVocxDs."The negro alone-that i hi no.part of their intercourse sacrificed. I longer..when, the plea ur.will! be afford**

The coloredpeojdewerethe chosen Jacksonville claims shall soon be settled to the ., girl who was 80 severely injtired, a fe\f eve with the American government have the them pronouncing a most nuneolotu ;

,, S people of God; they would' ,rue above all. tiresaUafactioaofalltoaccrnod." .*. ., I ningssbice'At the Methodist parsonage,by English officers shown a more dictatorial Georgia and Florida'L4ne' covery." "f '. ;

Rowland Johnson, Treasurer, put in his Toe Tampa' Herald., thenpsetting'ofacasnpbene lamp, by which and defiant spirit. than ,in regard to this The Commissioners having made ,a'partial Two elMs men were also,we are informed -'.
plea for material aid; the treasury. not she was severely. .Ve regret to learn, very Central.Amencan question. In good survey of the country in the 'neighborhood wounded while of the', Indiana'one was, >

; : entirely empty, but' money was wanted,not- The seni aditor of this paper being absent -died from the injuries she received on that time we. hope this may be shown to the of the head waters of the St. Mary's left dead, and,four were seen 4o> be picked

', L mthstanding." at,the time pf the publication of',tbe occasion. She was .the. of'.Mr. world, Meantime;the opposition will find llivcr,have now returned to their homes.- up too badly hurt Whelp themselves. Th V;

c ; The proceedings terminated .with a collection valedictory the.former junior editor,Mr. W oLEI.lb. 'propr 'cntionmuch more worthy:.of.consultation They have decided that ifth re ought tob fight took place: about; sixty miles:from'*

R and oDe of the.Tribune's treasona C. S.iReynolda; would corieet of the than prejudice and.party. any change at all, the line .shonldhave' an Corpus Christij'on tl road to-fort Ewettr '
some Gen S >
Barundid
minister :
from Honduras
f' Eastern _terminus North of_ EIUCOttSJlomind -New Orlecuu True ''DeU,' n <*
t. Llehymns.-4Thang4rgus.. inferences that Joay have been derived from who has been b New York for J
Rome CST The New Hampshire Hotel! near the starting point of the present, .5' 5 't?
' i JES"The President has recognized it1as follows;' ; time past, i seriously ill--Jo.' -. Dover: war almost entirely. destroyed ,by line. hould this be the,case, Georgia will Cuoz.xaDojmcavxa.-.DCartrih*,'t '

r Adoiph Rettbergas ,Consul Brunswick ''H\Te h vi to,cay In conclusion'that tba Herald ARRESTS FOR fire on Wednesday night. It is insured. for lose some other territory, instead of Florida of New Orleans in,9aper'whkh.b.bzs::; >

t, p f at Cleveland, Ohio, and C.;.F. Hag dorn as is not dead or dying t the office is paid for, and ha MITIn-Sixteen, coloreds $7,001-16. ,. / "I, as was'at oDe time expected., The turveyors -> just published,' maintains that Cholera ha* *ljecomedomesticatedin.the
rt "5. Consul Oldenburg for the States of Penn- a good robtertptlon llctand: ,liberal'advertising belonging ship Forert KingmYeworkbave 'are now marking slime to be*,corrected [ United State,' '.

ylvanta.eirJervy, ind Dlen'3r' patroaagtf, and'!.wt' **nt'.rtan!..BO. *f."an*- "Of Its. trlom-' : been arrestel'ad Z 'Hon. Edward Everett hat been'rc. ,:when,the weather shall,be;more .fa- a* it has been;from time immemorial in !.*-.'
limit 'aicesg. : committed ( '
*' aw elected President of Uaryard college. S'N .. ;,
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State,1U tE3r-Tho following !ma wre'writte*is) 1648, iRarv4L.IT''HOTELS. 1ft ... ,,
r v-- ,
TTbe!State Kills'Refitter, i new pane* irtiedtbeprSsh maasW-of-Enropo seemed moat '.t.r4t&Wo Y.l
fulfilling au altcnvatiTo'cf the prediction 5spo- GTOfRo L' i.

Started at Washington, ,the prospectus jf'which leont that i.fifty years Europe would U.either Amgttst 4=xi.Sbe d'Fla,JohnTrrowardidoGea. : !

is paUiehed in this paper, thus de- Cossack or Republican.The throne of Fraace had .E.ifoptii*," CeL 1L T.Titu,dolt A.:; last' Ti etaxtarA. ?4 ntsnr' ,. ;

-.SDei the doctrine of State Rights: already bees cart Ie the dst. aDd others;were Smyrr 04 Dr. 1701 do- J.J.RwWph.Georgia t trutyewmjMai ._- .-.

what rights T' J. D.llawkas aril lady dj B.,Otisuaf do. Gad HC'CECOND SESIONGithil .which
*Now, Is meant by'Stato tottering.SU | JL,. it heated el KewMasvflle Fin, wffl rtamenrt -
'
'The term, we think is mwanderilooi yean nave passed aad iota the contrast B.Hopkias Flat CoL Pelot,do.: .the 3d MIIDda7 iaJuly, aad ck>o4 ea

Owing to the bet that the institution of Instead of ewnblaed Europe baUIuig for Freedotn August 7-C.D.Rogers Ha4 J.W.TboinpldBs, .Fridayl 3411..y.December ,

kmy.Bow confined to the BOO them State, we 1M its people marrhaUed like sheep for'the d(>;'S.McDonald,do.;.MOHW Barber and inn,del As a\xioB, BO healthier eaa be ford and ata t
Sc
Jli
hu been menaced nay, more than that attacked slMghter;subject to thewhlms sad win of Kings and lion.D L.Yufe, do.. Thomas Haywood,do';i J. for not ecJ7 is lodi/aboatdbepnferabl.bot6en the Ptedcnt's mental training&Uea-;

by the northern nonslaveboldragState Caltuwt&., Tk chaate of Europe becoming Bepub- a.Smith do. .W.W.Hamilton, Geo,; J.T. Han- did to,. but also hk moral and physkaL Every

*, who baTe attempted, through federal lime having failed-look out for the alternative of lltoo,. eadet aoeerdinff to the regulations b required to
to reach and to extirpate it- wear the taifcra therein prescribed thus redo
agencies
9-W.B.
the prediction August FAker, Ceo; H n.A.E.Maxwell -
to such an unauthorized at- % fag himself more liable to detaches when eairagedm
we say owing Washington; Cot J.S.Wright Flaj SN.Niblaek improper coodnct. Apia the'aunual d arm
the of some of the non-tlare-
tea&on part Enropean Freedom. do; S. B.Thompson; Mr. Vaner. furnishes the student with good exercise at regular
holding States the southern States hare dui Jeba Summertin do. periods and tail vfehthe aid of military discipline

been driven to investigate and ecrntniise From >yonrsy coast,where I the Ocean brineBathes establishes him m a ana' ,,graceful cal mealy ear.
their titles to their slave property. They MARINE: IXTELLJCEXCE.' riajre.Tenas. s \
the rocks and keadlaai's.boar
; Scmioa of tve _
hare found it necessary to fall back on the per moaths.
From the Sweodteh hffls.where the crowning pine Primary Department '. ., .800
and the and
Constitution on rights sovereignties roxr or JACKSONVILLE.ARRIVED. ,
Look down on the Baltic shore Junior?, ,I. -> MOO
of the KTrral States. Owing to ; Senior100

this the term southern rights has come into To the sunny strand of the Southern land, PHILIP DELL ;

use. That term is wrung injudicious, Wheje the golden orange glow/; Aug.:4-Schr.Joseph Grice, Rodgers,xh". Prtfd Board/ ten, *

S and should not be used. THE RIGHTS Where the mountain breeze sweeps the Pyrenees, 7-Schr.Edward King,llarringtoB ort July 22-tf A'amaiuriU, Flo.,g : s
N .s _
OF ALL TilE STATES, NO MATTER IN I Where the Oaudlequiver flows; Schr.Virginia CLEARED.Griffith Plummer,Char. TTTA5TTED-A GRADUATE cleome MIUVV THE .BUFFIN'GTON HOuSE

WHICH SKCTIOX THEY MAY LIE.ARE Heaves a throe like that,of the burning mount, : TARY INSTITUTION,to take charge of ,

} UAL Each State surrendered to federal Ere the lava bunts from the fiery fount Ang.w "10-Schr.Schr. Madagascar.II. Hall Richards Read Boston., Balh the Military Department ia the Institute. Alto, a Ja.c13.sonv111e 'or1.df a

government the same rights both in res- young lady,competent to instruct in French, Music \

rid of quality and extent: Each State retained ; u. IX PORT. and drawing can obtain a situation by writing Continues opened daring the present Summer, prepared to receive and acccm, "
To the Emrald We where million K to PHILIP DELI
me.
the same rights. All the rights not eyes Brig E.W. Horn, Baker, Kennsbnnr; Brig "
surrendered are reserved to them. Each Are bent o'er the Western sea: Rebeora Frauds, Ray, Boston; Schr. Gazelle,Olasett JV inodftte Transient Permanent\ \ Eoardenvircctnrg. tt

State ban a right to make its own constitu- Beyond which their land of promise lies- Demerara; Bark Franklin Cook, Booton; t Jacksonville Foundry = ir
eIIr.JuMpb Once K. Y Schr. Edward
Badgers
elect its Governor. The land of the truly free! 4 A. 9. BALDWIN
tine and laws--to "
Boston
King; Harrington ; Schr.Virginia Griffith,
nsint r
tad other State officers; to establish antirrt'b.te I There comes a voice, bidding her rejoice, Plummer, Charleston. MACHINE WORKS. Office on Ba tfttL .

its own domestic institutions. Burst alight through the heavy gray, r DRUGS AND MEDICINE
I Subscribers having made extensive and I a
These are examples of what are meant by t Which brings a smile, to that weary Lite,- Dissolution of Copartnership. rpHE X valuable improvements, in their establishment I GROCERIES,AND PROVI8IOXS.GROCERIES t APOTHECARY HALL.

State rights. But to carry out the illustration 1 The hope of a happier day; NOTICE U hereby given that the copartnership are now prepared to f urnish- 1 DRUGS,MEDICINES.PERFUMERT.eW.

further: Slavery is a domestic institu- For the proudest throne of the East is cast G.Butler A Co, was diMived on the Steam Eo&nem( any required power, from J. n.HOWELL I )SIcMfllen Bay-Street.

tii' that originally existed in all the States. t TV the duet,-an The Constitution no were authorises the J. G. Butler is authorized to settle the bo/mess Saw Mills; SEGARS.Je LUMBER INSPECTORS.N. .

Federal governmen to interfere with it.- I III. of dcbU tho due concern.the Prompt payment. of outstanding Sugar 31111s; Corner cf Newman sail For,yth-irtrec DUNN
firm lletl11C.dted..lOllY Done Power I I
the broad where the Danube ;
Through domain rolls'
An ,ld State, without the intervention of I G. BCTLER (:rIlt 31111s INSPCTOH AND MEASURES OF

that povtrniuent, can cither keep or abolishit. 1 The power of the Despot wanes; ang.-tf R. IL LEE3E. and all other machinery used in this country LCAPEL.LA.GROCERIES LUMBER to .

Wherever abolibed it luw liven abolished And hope spring up, where the dauntless Poles Iron and Bra** Casting ,PRO VISIONS,FRUITS,4c.t

without the agency of the general Yet tread on their native plain Copartnership. t:" Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing, BayStreet.T. SAW MILLS. -at

government. In the same manner, and for I The lights that shine, by the Rhone and Rhine, NOTICE is hereby into given that we for hare the this dny at short notice. G. MYERS, I EMPIRE MILLLS.
copartnership from be
purposeof reAll machinery purchased will
the same reason,' a new State has the absolute Flash two on the Vistula; sawing and planning lumber, at the Steam SawMill put in operation in any part of the fetate us by GROCERIES,PROVISIONS,Ac, Pertly, Parkhurst, .tCo., Jackaonrilk.MECKLENBERGII x !

and perfect right to decide for i itself the And the Palace wall and the Ducal hall l known s*> the City Mills, under tho name, competent machinists, when desired, and upon XeW'1Wl- tneL I
If decided font in advance firm and stIle of Butler Kieraff. reasonable lerml. MILLS.
same question. Light with each cheering -
up ray; J. SANTO .
JOHN G. BUTLER and Estimates fnrnismed without Blackwood a Taylor Jackgonville.
and whilst a Territory by any branch of Drawings ,
Over Munich the banners Freedom wave, aug5-lm JACOB E. KIERCTF.Copartiierahlp charjre. MOONEY GOOKIN, FRUITS, GROCERIES k .PROVISIONS,.
it when '
the Federal government would And the Lombard rpurneth the name or.lanl July 8-tf Founders and Machinists. fBay Street. CAROLINA ).'
_
weak and young and immature, receive from oUce.TIlE .Kelly k Co,Jactsonville.FLORIDA. .

a usurping Congress an impetus,and an impulse IV. undersigned have this day formed a Co- FLORA maN WORKS. t J.B. D. IIANHAII. I ;

that would be irresistible, and beyond That cheering light-it has pierced the gloom & under the firm of MATTHIESSEX K. W. BIGGS & Co, Jo.JarktonrUle GROCERIES. PROVISIONS., SASII, J 3HLLS.Falrbanlqi .

its controL It is as just and as proper That hung'round the giant pile; & O'llAJU, and will continue the Wholesale and Flo BLINDS i- DOORS. 1 Co. Jacksonville.

to cut'out a child's tougue, pluck out Whose entered summit, so grandly looms. Retail AAE now prepared to execute promptip orden Bay Sired PALMETTO MILLS.
CLOTHING Steam Saw Miib 31i11sanJ
its and then tell it to and O'er the soft Sicilian Isle. f TAILORING BUSINESS Engines Sugar I
grew .yew
eyes, up at the corner f Eart Bay and Queen streets. Pan., Grist Mills Hone Powers Iron ADd II. Souse JaeksooTilIe.PIKENIX .
learn to talk, and I learn to $cc. as it is for Where the sluggish Po, and the Tiber flow, Charleston S. C.WM. Brass Castings and every variety of Machinery. MERCIIANDil4E.BIiBEE '.

Congress to mould the domestic institutions I On,on eta the sunny sea; MATTHIESSEN, Carting Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, & CAXOVA, : ;. MILLS.:

of a territory, and then to solace it with the Mid the groves and vines,of the Appcnines, July 1, 54. WM. P. XIIARA. Steamboat and other repairing. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS QROCE- Stephens & Foster. Jacksonville. ftI
that it shall have the :& Mannfccturin Ethbluhment W Thay Jill continue the manufacture and keep .
deceitful assurance I Rings the shouts of ruing Free! Pratt I RIES PROVISIOFSComrassion 1 CLIFTON MILLS.
I
State. As street, tier York, under the tuperintndance constantly on hand their variety of Plow, Timber 4ND I
power when it grows up to a ; And the nations cf Europe exultant fall J.MATTHIESSE*. [au: .24m-2n1 Carte, Chains .tc. to which they respectfully invite i and Forwarding Wharf of; Taylor,Richanfeoa & COL, .1aeboDTiDe.t e
and
the child was made hopelessly Mind !Ilia the march led off by tho stately Gaul! patronage. July 8-1, Savannah Steamers.

forever dumb, so the domestic institutionsof W. K. C. In the Circuit Court of Putnam County, Eay-Strtct. t SPRINGFIELD MILLS.
:
the Territory have been irrevocably fix- I Eastern Circuit of Florida. i f F. A. DtCOTTES, Jacksonville.
For Sale, or to Rent.
ed ; and when it comes into the Union it Anthony Robins, Executor of the last Will and BURTON & GRAVES
Conservatism of the South. Subscriber about to to St. SUCCC CITY MILLS.J. .
Wing remove 'JTJ of H.H-Timanns
Its has Testament of Conrad Van TIlE
emasculated. late of
in Dohlen said
comes destiny would disposed hit property DRY GOOL PROVISIONS G.Butler Jacksonville. '=
rJ. GROCERIES
been decided and fixed. I John Mitchel says: In the chivalrous County,deced., Complainant Jack inville. yq J

Such are some the illustrations of State South the individual in vindication of his A.A.Van Dohlen and other, the Heirs and Creditors Said" property consuls of two lots and a comfortable Ac, MOODrS 3IILLS. -- titP.

rights.' Properly understood, the doctrineof : honor of which the law of the land takes no of said Estate, Defen-lantj. dwelling house, pleasantly located at neWest Holmes Ror.Bay-Street. )loodyJacbomilJe.DELLECIIASSE ,

State rights, and its rigid observance are I cognisance practices a code that violates \ NTIIONY ROBINS, Executor as aforesaid end of Bay street, upon an eminence which H. E. HOLMES -. '>.
the that institutions 1 alike the statute and the common law. The .TV. having filed his Bill on the Chancery side of I comuiAQl.-i a fine view of the river. DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVIsions k EO.MILLS .
surest guarantee our ; for the most part, rest with this Court, snirrerting the prnliaMc insolvency of Both IoU are cultivate as a vegetable and Bellechae. & 'pD Jacksonville ; :
.
continences, Boots
Hardware
can have for perpetuity. Indiscreet men i said Estate: It is Orilerrd,4 hat all pcrsua. hit lag 1 flower garden. Crockery. ,
have several times brought discredit on it, !I the individual. But you will rarely see claims against the sail Estate, as Creditors or otherwise If tIt before the ht September said premises and Shoes.Clothing, Ac., la, REED 4 IIOLMKS'S inLLS. 4 I ,i

by ill-timed displays of rage and selfish efforts mobs assembling to burn churches, or to do file their said cUims with the Clerk of will le reuted to a quiet respectable family. Bay-Street. Reed Jb Holmes,Jacksonville.

to gain notoriety for them It'e8.eT'en I violate the constitution, south of Mason this Court, in aDd for the said enmity of Put am, For term.., which will be acuoutodating, enquire II.E.\V.CLARK f :
and Dixon's line. There the of oa er before the twenty- of of the subscriber the L\YPORT MDLLS
*t the cost of the principle they profess to majesty ;day Janniry, \., on premises. DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVI-
!. And that Lw notice be 22-tf M. PICKERING. Hoe* k Parsons
C.
the law is respected and upheld by the aggntaty published in some July r.-
love. 'people. There no Angel Gabriel Newspapeir I this Circuit, ODe a week, until the emns.and general Merchandise. Majport Dtrval County Fla. .-0--
I expir t>a of said perkxi TUBSFESEHEii JJay-Strttt.
[COJI CSICATED. sounds his horn disturbing the quiet Sabbath Given under my hand at Chambers, this nineteenth = : : L. B...UUIER"N.DO PANAMA MILLS. '; 3 3E.
Insurance Swindles.ML I ,and calling together bands of rowd'ts.; I day of July, ffiftlS R. GUchrist, Panama Dun County. -'
A.WILLIAM ESTlC AND FANCY DRY GOODS
There no Salem witchcraft nor Lln.s laws [.Signed i ,] A. FORWARD Jacksonville ,.
Emvoa The recent developementa in retard I Post office at
: covrumo 4c.t .
Hats Boots Shoes
nor )Mormonism nor Millerism nor Anti- Judge of tlie Circuit Court of the Cads, ,
to tin default of several office who latterly I, Popery nor Spirit-rapping nor, Socialism Eastern Circuit of Florida.I Steam Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Shingle, holmi Erne, Bay-Street. ST. JOHNS MDLLS. .i
call for at least the ex- I ath and Planning Machines,
in town
,
dooe guinea our
j nor other monstrous productions have HEREBY CERTIFY that the above is a true S. N. W J.P. Sanderson 4 Co. -
all honest men. I am of the Order file in located at East end ofthe city, are prepared to LLLIMS.DII ;
aDd reprehension by copy on my office. --<- -Pnct offimt Jacksonville. t1"I
poiure
GR
i sprung up to choke the healthy growth of execu-le orders lot" -; KrE2r XXTfTROA1SIONS. -
WircEss, hand and the Seal of office the
at
tho
iat looker on, for I had no confidence from my '
I freedom. These poisonous weeds and fungi Court HOUM in Palatka, this 19th layf July, A. LUMBER SHINGLES, AND LATHS, I NASSAU MDLLS.BtBcchasse '
advertised
flirt m thorn mushroom inflation, who belong to the North, and are cultivated to D, If554. S. GLINSKI, at moderate prices deliverable on their wharf for &-. & Finegan Naasaa Birer. .<-.

thtnuelve under high magniloquent titles,and | highest perfection by the wise men of thei july29-6oi t7crl of C. C. of Putnam Co. shipment,or on the street for city me.rVTernw G. H. SMITH I Post office atJacbonTiDe.1

whose business cards were embellished with more East. In the South there is no prcsccntion CASH.JMApply COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC ."

.graving and ornament than the patent medicines I for con. iencc' sake. It was the South- J. McRobert Baker, to, E. A. DECOTTE3, TIONEER. 'I ORANGE MILLS. .

of the day. True, I am a t-uffcrrr by the fire, the Catholics of Maryland-that first set .\ATTORNEY LAW, SOLICITOR IN On the prenuws.N. Holme'Row, BaySired.P.IRKUURST A:H. Cote k Co. .
B. Cum ground on toll, at hour of the
baring had my property destroyed but I am so the example of religious toleration to Northern CIIANCERV, NOTARY PUBLIC, d\y. any July lS-6m MAGNOLIA MILLS. J

mesh the gainer, that I did not pay my contribn- men and to the rest of the world; and ISO b ADAMS, T. G. Hen trick,3Ia1lolia. .

t tioa to the "confidence-men's" coffer nor in conk Bancroft, whom New England claims as its ero p U.cT.TO.. GROCERIES. PROVISIONS &., &ee : sy
; own eloquently dwells upon the fact. And Commissioner for the Atlantic and Gulf .. ,t Near R. W. Bigg A CQ'. Foundry, BURLINGTON} MILLS .1-

rquence had I my hopes raised that in cue of-lass still the North not only lags behind the Slate 9| UNDERSIGNED, soocenors to nun BayrStTtd.AlDLER Sadler k CoJPost office Mandarin TIa. j.
I should be paid my insurance. "ang.S-Iy JL. TiXasra No. 3, Holmes' Building, have in :
South in true estimate of this the first & IIOEG,
a '
Th probability, that not a dollar will ] tore and for sale, PALATKA 3IDLLS.Pahtka .
I stroog principle of hnman freedom but is rctroga- J. s. IVRDCII.PhyslcUu:1, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE DRY GOODS,,GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Steam Saw Mill COL Paktka. I "
M paid by of them humbug Insurance Compa ,
any ding to the channels of the Roundheads inquest io. Lc. _,
nies. For their coarse has been%niU>Iy, evasive, Bay-SL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS. .
the drybones of a decayed fanaticism. ,
"or removed hu office from apposite the 9af- .
} had pettifogging from the moment the knees took I HAS iloose to his dwelling,on Formr5-jt. Consisting of Dry Goads, Groceries, Proviaiotj*, J. MODE. JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY A.'iD' =:

t place; and it w now evident that all this legal nearMrs. Dopgett's. jnly lily Hardware and Cutlery Crockery and Glasswsre, DRY GOODS.CLOTHING, JUTS,CAPS, MACHINE WORKS. ':'-
Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, and a
techincalUy was to obtain time that they might PROSPECTUS. AND SHOES ic.BayStrut. '
BOOTS
i k Gookin.'t
B. Ms PearsonATTORNEY large assortment of Books and Stationery, and all Mooney .
f /
repudiate sad apeD AJadgitg from the character other articles suited to the trade; to which they I

of the printed IV licieK,the localities, the grandiloquent STATE RIGHTS UEGISTEI AT LAW. invite the attention of the public and ask them to FOUNDRY, MACHINE WORKS AND .
J Jacksonville FIa. L. M. FULSO3I.FURNTTURK BLACKSMITHING i
their stock before ,
1 1WDe..c Washington Franklin ILiaock AsoNATIONAL call and examine purchasing r
ECONOMIST. elsewhere, u they flatter themselve that they SASH, BLINDS i; DOORS. R. W. Biggs k Co. se
t ,-the obscure name*and ignorant calligraphy McQueen McIntosh van sell as low as anyone else, for cash country Ore,11.E. Holmes'Store, Bayit.G. .
i ct the fignatare-the whole thing look like one of produce.T..1L TAILORS.

i the thousand ways Northern financiers endeavor A Political Journal and General Xcvtpaper. ATTORNEY AT LAW, BURTON. | M. W. GRAVES, C.ACOSTA. Ro 11.DARBY, ".i'

taw the wind. We can wen imagine the way these C. G. .. Editor.--$3 Jacksonville. E. F. IvN.. B.-:M.W.GRAVES would respectfully FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, AND Merchant Tailor,BayStreet.DAGUERREOTYPE .
year. be still continues SODA FOUNT.
inform the that
public
formed aDd will illustrate by an ezaarpto. 1 "
eoMpaaie are FelixATTOEITEY&COUNSELLOR Llrinston ARTIST. '. .
I Corner and OctmSJrccirHOTELS.
HAGUERREAN BUSINESS, Bay .. 'it
la some cure precinct the Tillage merchant I3SCED WEEKLT.
AT LAW,. one door went of Dr.II.D.Holland'J.residence. I W. GRAVES ', .
I or mayhap, the Tillage lawyer, enlightened ,
Jacksonville E. 1% Jacksonville July 8, 18M. I ..
The State Rlfhlt Register will be conducted RoOms on Forsyth-Street. < .
and encouraged by the magnificent babble schemes upon TT7TLL attend to business 1 .
t any yrofesakmal entrusted ,
the of STATE RIGHTS laid down BUFFINGTON HOUSE.BY
I of Wall street set their wits to work to orginaU I J r.FFE1tM priaciple. The Register win adhere a* to the or-by \V to him in toe Courts of the Eastern Chenp Storo. i SA3IUED BCFn. G'IOX. Da. FRAME, ::

one of home manufacture. They form a Mutual igmniU COMPACT, M ratified by the several State, Circuit, and of the Supreme CuurUof TaDahaeitee. HENRY E. n' CLuiRK, I Rooms over Bisbee k Canova'a Storm .: I r
He hu also such
iBfurane Company; impose upon their ignorant and will oppose all Utitndinananum is legislation, an able Lawyer at an Washington advantageous connection will with Bay Street. MAGNOLIA HOTEL ',
City,as ensurea
sad perhaps hooeet neighbors, by to and all encroachment, secret or open upon the BY A. COY. J
representing '
prompt and speedy collection vf such claims as Subscriber has received a large and elegant BAKERY. '
and TheRegiiterwin THE
lien! SOVEREIGNTY or
them that it b fur their interest to insure among THE HTATES. may be placed in his hands against the United. b of GOODS of different kinds, 10- H. KOOPMAX '
.
take a* its text in the discussion of RESTAURANTS.PHOENIX _
States. tleccd by him-e1t, and rlll.daptetl to the
July
themselves; and the thing once started by means all public questions THE Coxsrmmoj, strictly BayStreet.JEWELRY.. ''
wants of this section of the country. lie respectfully _
et newspaper antlers flaming handbills and paid construed aDd aneontpromued.VTAaur Phillip Fraser. invites a call from his old cwtomeri, ana the RESTURANT AND BILLIARD .. I 1 ;:

references to ertaWMi their agencies, travelling, ros Crrr, July, 1854. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. public generally. Ilia stock consists ia part of *SALOON, I

local and general; aDd knowing the general prndeaeo CONGRESSIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS. JaekumtUJe Fla, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY OOOI,GROCERIES By Paul B. Canova, Neman-St. C.D.OAK, "I

of Mr people to be insured find little diffi- attend to any professional business en- .HARDWARE,CUTLERY,WOOD AND Clocks, Watches Jewelry, Fancy Go ;
WASHIXCTO-T, July, 1654. WILL CROCKERY BOOTS AND BLACKWOOD & Co.'s RESTAURANT 4& r
to him in the Courts of the Eastern WARE Cutlery, Bay-Street. .
salty in getting easterners and their dollars in the We,the undersigned Senator and Repreentatives .. ::
> Circuit and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee.He .- HOPS,HATS AND CAPS FANCY Bay-Street.
way of premiums. So far aQwelL If a trifling in the Congress of the Gaited State, cordially has alit inch an advantageous connection withan ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WM.GROTHE, '.' : ; drys

lorn eecun, the company pay promptly, without recommend the Slate Rightt Rentier. and able Lawyer at Washington City' u will ensure PERFUMERY, Ac, .te.' Le.An E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT' Watch-maker and Jeweler, ePestoffice

afidavitt, proof or any legal nUility, receivingthe tional Eeonomut, with the principles and purpose a prompt and speedy collection of such:claims as, of the above Goods win bo-soU OB as good : Neman-Street.. uag&J-StreiL .o.
u announced in the foregoing prospectus, to nay be placed ia his hands(gainst.the Iytited terms M at any house in this city. "' .
statement of the insured. This .
staple pay. the confidence and support of our eonctitueats. T ABACCO N 1ST. '.'
State. 'july-8 July 22 II E.W. CLAIK.S. C. O \ & SON. 1
nent is at heralded in the local
onco by a '
press IX THE SEIU TE- J. B. Coker F. HERNANDEZ.. Dealers in and ilana&ctnrers of Guns, Pitob *- :};
card acknowledging the promptness and fairness A. P. Butler S.Adams, _Williams, TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS. *e, BayStreet.LIVERY .
of tho oMtpaay,and new ewtomen are attracted. T.G Rank c.c.Clay,jr. ATTORNEY AT LAW COMMISSION MERCHANT Xewna -St*abate Bnfllngtm Haute

Bat let there be extensive conflagration destroying Geo.W.Jones. Benj. Fitzpatrick July? Ji'evnantriUe, Flo 1.1 Jacktomillf, FlaEEEPS I STABLE t"
J. Toacey, g.R MaDory, L A !Y.' 1I By C. Bliss at Baffii gton Houcox
thoutaadt the
aQ of the confiding(brand constantly on hand aad for sale a general : h ,
Jar Shield A. O. Brown
,
Smith & Bradford I
Mi am array of legal affidavit, Inventories state- John Pettit, W. K.Sebastian, assortment of B.M. PEARSON', NOTARIES re.F. .
GROCERIES.L""D PROVISIONS
ns.ala,character, standing aDd all the espionage C. T.J&mea R. W.Johnoa. ATTOHN'KY aad AT LAW ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.Office .

of a despot carried oa and of the best seletiiong, Court HOU5e.FELIX'LIVIYGSTOX .C.BARRETT,
required. Papers
are HonE or HEraESESTATTVES.Notice. ZOLCITOII 1H C3AHCFS7. and will ael1 them lower for CASH than they can opposite the .

retained becaase an I is left out, or t tmeroned; Lbm Boyd (f,) F. W. ctwta.ia, Alligator and Ifeimannille, Flo be bought elsewhere ia the South. Notary Public,aha Commissioner for. .

'and bail, after employing a lawyer to draw up Tbo..1L na11", J. Letcher, WILL attend promptly to an business entrustedto Country produce&aka ia exchange.'at leberal. OF PROBATE several State
the papers to meet the fine and sharp requirement J. L. Clillpao O. JL Singleton them. prices. July 8-Iy ATT'Y.AT LAW,JUDGE Office at Bvjpngton Haute.JpHNH.H.B9URS.
Jo L.Seward ((0.) Roland Jones I 'Office in the,Court House. .
M.WHIT. SSTTTH, H.XaiPTOU,
of too Road
the Plank
company; parties themselves make a Jacksonville and Alligator
P"II
D.B. Wright Pallia. Office at alligator. I Office at Newnansville. ,
journey the loss is adjusted and company. e i iTOTICE MCQ.UEEN MCINTOSH, Public.
jwnooal now Themes S.Bueock, J c.llroclriDridge, july 7-1y Notary .1-
.\. IL fI \ is hereby given that an application will ATTOP. tY. AT LAW 'at Haute.
CM would think that the payment delayed so long EdmIlDdloa 1IcQuen Offlct Bujington i
.11" be at the next sessioa of the General
W. 'HarriI James AbercrombIe made Houee.
C. D. Oak Office Mr.Ochos'
ought to U proaapt1j Bat no I the on Bay-SWin
companies T. I.Orr; M. s. Lathamr Assembly of the State of Florida for an aayad. BANK AGENCIES.A. .

claim aiaety dart, fines proof of loss tho P.8.Brooke Frederick P.Stant \V'.ATCII\J l-L.EWELER. neat of the Charter of the abevw named Cooipany. C. BROWARD,. "

draft It dxawaaod the MMr'oetamed through 8.W. lucre w.K.Smith, ,july 29-3m ATTORNEY. AT.LAW, M. RUED] .-.'

&. The issued thankful at last getting Colin 31.IDprIOD P. Phillips jejVinent{ KEEPS of WATCHES constantly,JEWELRY on hand a fine tad assort-I'AI. .cnOICE -eiTtld weekly per Steam- Office on Ocean-St Agent of the Bank of Charleetotu \
L It P. IL
ttoouga vita the vtsatiou business BOW flatten StaDtoa Bell *CY GOODS which he offers for sale cheap for sale cheap by _. Octan-Strat- '
J. F. McMullen "
Parking 29-o' BURTOX GRAVES. .. P. FRASER
j
Uawetf Oat ho eaa again resume his business MIl A.B.Greenwood W. Ache for each. J ATTORNEY AT LAW. J. W. BRYANT, .:

-tile faith of the draft onUn into sew engage- John G. Daria J.Co Allen fiPf WatcJiet Repaired and Wamnted.Wra. Jaeksonrllle it Alligator.Plank Road Office on Forsyth St. I Agent of the Bank of Fairfield S. C. .:

nesata Bat alas th. draft becomes dot, and 1 ts Joshes V.mant John S.x..A. Million, .' ... ''Company.A Qjlet ia Hairnet Rata Bay-Strtet.
Bichudaon A. u Coigaitt, Grothe, A Election for nine Directors of,this Company G. W.CALL "
and U victim wffliad tit lest alltill
chat
C.Laaouter, Wm.Ba.rbcIaIe, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER J\ hereby ordered to be held aJackioniriUe. ATTOID."EYAND.COUNCELLOR. f THOMAS ANDREU,; i
delay- hi.Taxation demands for particular John S.Cackle, W." Boyce t .
fret of next. '
I tk. the oa. the twenty- day August Draper and Tailor Bay-StrWit.
Lonna 1 1)J ( ream adjoining PotUffle*) Office en Bay-St. .
Balmy.C.
9W-.T"'tt.IJCM-ot eaaUteg'tAoeompuyto Eiettt t By order of the Board t' V
IIA VINO returned from EIIIOpe again -
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piWia their aayrtt.and plane then where noma .J. Paalber, .1: begs leave to offer his services.to his old GEO':'W'": CALL R. DORMAN,' ; .NOTICE. :. f ;
.July.. .-73-td Secretary. 'AT.LAW. tMm wbo will art as aa Agnl. ucI tto-
aright fiada officer sis them. IaioethoMiaroeai friends aad the pobCe generally .With IDeeXiertcue. ATTORNEY ANY ,' :
for the lad',twent1-GX as a wiNKriborf for the
years AdmUIatrator Notice. OfisceonBay-St. .
.eompaaie"" and pay Bothm* SIX onus from date,the ondenigned Ad. Watchmaker, he hopes t*. give entire satisfaction mouths after eWe Iwmpreaentmyaaraints { GEORGIA HOME GAZETTE; .

'Them sb.sld be.StaLe taw enacted to protect fIl the Estate vt Ja*. B. Cole,deceased to taooe who wish .to have their work does b a O,,p4 vouchers to the Hon.A.Ii.Cache Judge J.P.SANDERSOX, A Literary Family Paper,puUUbed te Injwta,

wi.t'ioitbmie, wiadUt. IMUTSSKIO Cemealoito ,will present flaal account sad voucher to wortmu1ikelll&Dller. Probates ill aad for Ateehaa County and ask.Ube ATTORNEYrAI LVATV, .IuuD' wig Ufurnahod the paper at totowwl! -

s6eed4 be.DM deposit-.dtie&;adder the HOB.Judge. of Probate for Putnam county,for iff Watches;Clocks,and A. try repaired at discharged fro* the further ettleaioat and wiD at the uk be aad bo tent through the mail at out
same time to the shortest aatiee. j 8-K of said may
the the EdsM.dWiii.iam.1. Standley.-lato
the MBtnl of Ue State;to amount ef.risks takeabytbeav ,
discharged a* OOQ&t dsCOItoWtis. F.J.WHEATON.ATTORNIYrAT.LAW.. riak.. <
Y
uchlAdmiautntor.S.GLTNSiLI
Jb it is, .n are liaUs te the sane 1 : ., '. Notice.A .. "I .THJ.:PPEOATT, Ad'mr.Jair QubPneet.ThreoCepies .. .,

.. "-.pia. st PalatkaAojurt,'S4. 'AawtinU rotor PPLICATION. wflj be made U the text Gea. tc&aOf..&8TAXDLXY, Deictt t lacksonri e.' a 'Two Copies .' :1318' -
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J\. oral Assembly for amaadaeaU.to the dtvter 1 ,ewau Jaa.4th. 1854. f .' ,; ; :IOO.

,_,Mete s 1f.Uee.r.. NOTICE b...given that aa applicatfca. of. Ute. Florid Railroad Compaay. (Ua1129-3m I ..-. .. .... .,, ....PBT8IC1AY8r .. S .EettnCopiej. ., v' 150. ..t
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.. Ie the next**sioBofU oGoa.oral 1 I Elysian Cologne '. : fr' AfD .!"
EOT. nux LITIXOSTOX fc laY a*. Aneinbly for n act of inoorpwitiooof a aBut fl AIR DYC-Tao'bert ar. TLEYSL15 COLOGNE.at 00 pet quart orEJ r HOLLAND ROBERT WRITE, .
BATCSXLDOBirS ; D.
.
ttetoM agent dada my akeeaee from the tobested ia .J&. t-, a; for aaIa by ." '. s iVjarsa 62et r et rbA audaceordinetoaTiaatitr.t H. Iud ldy- Iliten tad It p*lettja.
lit*. 4J .Jj7MfJ B-JLC rrdAaY. asr. JZ-3a. v ,1. : Jt'AIOY 1 GILAVL:. i (July ti-R) '' ATOIH dRY BAIL. Office eerier cU. swnan Btj-St. ....

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: "lfif rili t 1tifus OF .THE ,DIFFERENT COURTS (IN --_ ,
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lria&aiaA. S, '& E. M,- Gilbert Savannah. "' Medical .College., A thoot2y. : M"_' -" _11 'CIRLESTON"LW'' FLOJLIIW.Ma1IStears ); [
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p PUBLISUBD EVERY SATURDAY AT Orange amlEt. Lode' Tuesday to April.Putnam. ', -. U.uWACTQtEB8andDEA. SIS8IO-'L: .. 'Tea I
3d do do ApriLS LERS in all descriptions of CARRIAGES B. D.'AKTOLD,M.p.Prof*Theory}aad Practice: ,i Depository; ,t 0tiilA D'FiJJB

Jacksonville, Daral County FI,a., mter7 2d Monday to at Noa;35 and 4Q WmUmrl ofM Ine.J ," \ d''t the New Store In
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r BY Marion, '4th dd lid 41e *ftntt, and No.TXToynf' Street Charleston.I "pMi.KmAoa Jr.D.' of Obstetrics, W opposite Dr. Raldnla'a. ; 24 -rd'Q' .
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4,. .wc :: Columbia : 21, do do May. nspectfaUy requested call In TO, as.we can ,M.D.,Prof of Mediear Chemistry. TT7HERE: b bptesiasantlyon5anda1frgi and CAROLINA Jw01kav,,'CHABLEPTOX
Naisan WON 4th In May. offer great Inducements ia style and:price*;' and pru.MateriaMedicaaa4The. every &j/Ufitjyat3P.M. Retrainrwta '
Wednesday Monday JLL.ByahLM.. V Vwell selected aMortment ofi have '
'rElUlS-71rea Dollar per,JLnnttm. in ad Daft K *"*" 4th do doMe;. any article boeght t.establishment are warranted rpeutIc&5 : PALATKA every Monday,7 A.M. FICOLATA

taThc .A. St.'Johns;, 2d do InJane. to every respect' July 8-tf., & IL MawrM. D, Trot of InstltuWofMedldna. < LRTO3 AlfcAL 10 A. M, and JACKSONVILLE Ai M/T

Jfo PaPer discontinue untIl an are : Always received( : ,warranted THE FLORIDA win leave CHAKLESTOXevery
arrearages TUE.Orssgesnd8LLnde,34iiead17. b&el S -
paid unless at the option of tho Publiaher. before the 1st, Carriage. & I1nr Depository;: J.W.HOWARD, 51.D.,Prof of Anatomy' f and genuine A Tuesday,' at 3P.M. Returning. wHI tear* !1
J. B READ M.D, Fret of Pathological Anato Perfumer. Brushes, 1'ALATLA, o'elok, A. M.' BLACK CREEK. '
November.
3T ADVERTISEMENTS will bo inserted on Monday AT THE WHITE HOUSE,. Fluid, &802p. 3 F.M,and JACKSONVILLE.
Pridoy.SA.1
before the let Monday la xny'andDemonstratoroAnatOlny. Laps lgni"
Putnam Last Tuesday, South-West Comer of S c.
ctttlft*following terms: JiovwiibcrSamter. .; J.J. WKST, M. Assistant Demonstrator. of which' low for cash. These Steamers connect with ail Ihe,iaterior ;
MEETING and WEST/WORTH STREETS,, Country orders solicited and punctually attendedto. Stages of East Florida anal connects Utb .
"iSI On*Dollar per square of twelve lines and under, i ,4th Monday hi Noysnibcr.Manion : ', -' = ways
.char1eafon&Cc.tRarAoEsor.nry ; ffmGnAR ot LECTURES In this in.titut1oa with and with the New York Steamships,Carolina EaOreaia
Coono prescriptions put care
18'do la December. Phsici Cp .
jC* tho first insertion and 75 cent for each sabso- ; description the lowest THE and Wilmington Boats.
2d ** do la December: willeommcnco OB the first Monday desat ,
Client insertion. ToJeU'7 ,advcrtiaers,a liberal Alaehua; 3d ,do. la December.St. .' price,always on hand.and no article sold except Id November and terminate in the following March. TEAS. Passage, from' Charleston foiaehonvfll ;17;from : OJ.
discount will be made Columbia. lit do In November. such as can be warranted' in the fullest term by Preliminary lectures will bo delivered from lion- Agent Co the New York Pctin Tea Company. 'JtcolAta and $10. ',>' ,:

, Johns in November.SrimCorzrJEddZeCircUil. July8-tt' .M. II. NATHAN.AVni the 16th day of October, until tho commencement and from ,For farther partiealars apply to -
day.
,c jy All advertisements,must be paid for before Duval ; 3d do Teao dir Impati. o3 vrte '
of the Con efor which no additional at 1.\V.CALI\VE.1.L Coafissica
Insertion unless by a regular.easterner., By referring M. Lawton &.Co. al foe will be Regular required. Student have free access .extremely 1- lIb. prices.pfConntry pag'a .t a BELLECUASSE t FIXEOAJf,

to our terms, the requisite ram may be ascertained 'smILe runr. FACTORS AND to the Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah supplied, by orderIng Jacksvaiille

and transmitted with the advertlsementr Madison 3d Monday In April. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HospItaL This extensive charity Is under tho medical accompanied with Cash. R.U.REID. Palatka. ,

37"! Advertisements not marked with the num- Jefferson 24 do ,in April. No.. .13 Southern Whvrf control of two members of the Faculty by whom GARDEN FLOW PLANTS, 4c STEAM COMMUNICATIONt.BETVXEJT
Waknlla S lst> do in April clinical lecture delivered. In addition to thus '
i .C.WmiL are
Charleston S bawLjuty .
.
will bo continued always ,
o
Jboro/insertions required, ) until a ,
in kp
t Leon, 3ddo April I Lawton I I' ,WmJM.Taytor; they have ample Opportunity for learning practical 8-tf T. MCMILLAN.
forbid, add charged Cot Gadsden 1st do in March.) R. Wainright Bacon, I| Joseph T. Dill medicine at the College Clinque,which is open daily Savannah and, Florida *

t3f:: \ve Dollars will be hargcd for all announcements Hamilton 4th do in April JulyS tf to patients. NEW SKYLIGHT Jdh TIIE new and elegant >trtmfiiTT' .;

of candidates for office j In advance. ,- FAIL TEIUC.Madboon During the past sessIon upwards of two hundred I '_ Ppacket ST. TOURS. Cayt.. Jaiu
One spiarofor' sit'months : > 81000 3d Monday in November. Oeos Abbott & Co., cases were prescribe 1 for, and over thirty Sngircal ''atkr FEEKBOC.-,' will leave. Savanoaa everytTharsdsy
Jefferson 2d .do in November. operations performed in the presence of the Students morning at 10 o'clock
No.96 Boce4.Cb'.Wuirf) : for Palalka, toucain*at aU
East-Say, (
; / ".Legal or other Business Cards per an. 1000 Waknlla 1st do in November. opposite C vt the CUnique. Material for Anatomical investigations I the intermediate p. : -

Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : 7 PO Leon 3d do A October Charleston, < will be abundantly supplied. Fees Mat TIE Subscriber begs leave to inform the cituens : This boat has been bust expressly Px tat trade

Application for Letters of Administration "600Application Gadsden 1st do October. Dealer InSPIRIT ricnlation 9:; Full Course of Lecture,1105 1 Demonstrator. Jacksonville and its vicinity that ho still- : has large and airy itate-roon,aceeanaodetksu for;
.
.t dismissal 1000 Hamilton 4th do in November CASS AND CAMPHEXE' .810; Graduation 830. For further in. continues to keep open h ; passengers and taking the inland route-present

for as Administrator STATE COURT--Southern Circuit.SPXISO with Lamps of every .description the same. formation address,post-paid. NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY superior accommodations fur invalids and..
' Editorial i notices for private benefit will be char. f JulyS ILL.BYRDJiLDiDean.U. This
"** boat will leave Jacksonville her
f ALSO on Forsyth Street, second door west of Dr.h1lland's on return
TCBX.
fed doable the rates of,advertising. Levy, 4th Monday March English and American White Cead Painty E., Buker residence, to Savannah, every Sunday mornhig, at 3 o'clock.

CfiTAll. religious notices will bo inserted gratuitously -I Ilernando 1st Monday April of every kind, Linseed and Sperm SHIP BROKER AND GENERAl., Where he is prepared 'to take pictures hi a manner 'I born For, on further board, or particulars toCLAGHOKNA bqaire of Copt Free,

: Hillsborougb 2d Monday April. July 8 Oil, Glass, Putty, &c. tf not surpassed by any. He has spared no expense -
AU admissible personal communications will be Monroe lat Monday May. COMMISSION MERCHANT, in fitting up hit Roonv, having a splendid CUNNINGHAMSaVfc..
Whilden July 8 Satannahf Gen. tf reception room for ladies, fitted up in a neat and BISBEE CAFOVA JacksooviU''
charged. advertisements.C3f"All FALL TEUX. Joseph tasteful style, besides his lr fine Skylight, enabling iJal s-rt BESET DALEr.I.tiL .

t bills of Job Printing must bo paid on Levy,2d Mondry in October dealers in Fort & Dunham, hil to take pictures groups or singly, in ,
1Q1ticx1
the delivery of the work.3f"AU Ilernando 3d Monday October. Paint Oils, Glass and Ship Chandlery, FACTORS AND clear cloudy weather.' lie feels confident of Xilxxe.,
IIUl borough lat Monday in November. Ko. 60 (.2 East-Vay giving satisfaction to all who may favor him witha CARRYING TilE U. S. MAIL,

letters on business and communications Munroo 1st do in December.' opposite P.and M. Bank, Charleston S. C. COMMISSION MKUCHAKTS Gta. calL He is thankful fur post favors*, und hp.tC BETVEES
Savannah
h must be post paid to receive attention. STATE COURT-Western Circuits' HE]: keeps constantly for sale, a general assortment Henry-R. Fort. I T. K. Dunham. receive a continuance of the same. T Palatka, Fla. and Savannah Gar

i amiNo TBRlf. of Paints and Oils of all kinds,Window : JOHN EICIIARDSON do not want pictures are respectfully invited to (Intuit M the tray)
Glass call and examiag his rooms
Fruit ; and Sashes Spts. Turpentine, Camphcne an.llimen
Preserving Without Sugar. Franklin, 2d Monday in ApriLCalhoun. FACTORS, Via PIcoIata,Black Creek Jackson*
; We hare received numerous applications 4th do in April Spirit Gatts Tallow Grindstonds, Cordage, Chain Savannah Georgia.juS July SC W. Fla, and 8t. Marysi;BmaSHlek -
Cotton Foot Gin Futures ,
Pumps Glue Packing
1st do in
Jackson
May. and 1
Darlen Geo.
for information about the modus operandi Washington 3d do in May. Yard, and Brushes various kinds. July 8-tf Office No. 1 JJedlefonTt JiuUdlnsr.Djlng TAILORING. "

putting up fruit eo as to preserve it In 3d in Thcmzuiic1reti THE Stcampackct WELAKA,
Holmes, Tuesday after Monday May. and Renovating Establishment, t
N. A. Cohen & Cohen .
a fresh state, without cooking, drying, or Walton 4th Monday in May. 'a WELL known to bo experienced cutting f'wr :CaI"li HIM, leaves Palalka
'
: packing in sugar. It is business that can- Santa Rosa 1st Monday in Juno. Importer and Dealer in 73 York-si-. near the Court House, 'I |W and making, informs the ctizen of i Jackn eJ Arrives ''Jack mornmg at 8 o'ckick. .4.( .v
SAVANNAH GKO.; at
Escambia 2d do in June. FOPKIGX A'XD [Mville and that vnville santo evening,. and
: not EO well be done in families as in large DOMESTIC vicnity.. hal
a rm leaves
I Tuesday at 3
73 Established 1852. 73rpHESubiHTibcr.gratcfnltohSs morning v'tlockj touching at
3 _Sf j L I "
r'O' manufactories,where everything is arranged '' T >FALL TKR3C. :Dz'3r2v. Goods, "in the to Mr. Barbee, next the intermediate places above. "
door to BLsbce & Canons where ho I is
andfriends ,
k for convenience "but still with a little experience Franklin 1stfonIay in Eecember. 175 Charleston C. patrons now Through fare from Pahtka Pkolata and Black
; Calhoun Thursday after 4th Monday in November. East-Bay, JL for the* continued favors, wouIlstate that in ready) t receive. any orders that are entrusted to Creek -. .
800Tbrongbjfare
': r and careful attention, every family Jackson 2d Monday in November. Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold Cohen. addition to The improvements in Dying acquiredby him. lI warnt/ units or garments to be fitted from.I acboBvil1o00<

can save enough of the various fruits of lV'hington Tuesday after 1st Monday in Nov. julyS tf him during his last visit to England and Scotland lo in n new .style .at any other Through tickets are furnished from Jacksonville

season to furnish their tables with a great Mme[ lot Monday in November. has made arrangements for extending hU place in the United States. to Ctuulc-ton fos' .800JV"
-
( -
delicacy during that portion of the year Walton 4th do in October. Fraser & Tliompscu, business by which ho is now enabled to Dye a greater Cuttig. repairing and cleaning will be done at The If. .AKA connects with one of the
I Santa Rosa,3d do in Oetober.I I variety of Colors on Silk ami Woollen Drewes t notice. July
'When they can get nothing of tlufkind. The FACTORS AND I New York and PhiladefiLu Steamships from ?a
: 2d do October. Shall At which he tracts will generally please all .
Bscambic m '
whole secret consists in the air COMMISSION MERCHANTS vannnhc\cry Wednesday -
expelling B.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT North, who njay favor hill with their patronage. H Darby, C R. K. DUKE, Palatka ', .....
from bottles or cans, by heat and then Cpbar. Adder's IVharf. :-'S Gentlemen's Garments Dyed Cleaned or Renovated DRAPER 1'L\LOP. ,
Ar.rirs
sealing up the contents hermetically. If Northern DUtrict. | Charleston, SC.FRED'Ic ; ,: as may be required in tho same superior JVinrnan Street, jnly9-tf \( S.I5ISBEE M Lu\FFITEAU A CAFOVA Savanuaa., kjoavi&e._

i the article to be preserved is peaches, select Tallahassee, 1st Monday in January. T.. rnxcEii | PAUL g. rnois style which baa generally so much pleased his patrons Mn- P.. U. DAnBY returns his think to his *

.. k. such as you would for sweetmeats, and Apalachicola let do in February. 8I,5O. Jlerchant'sllotel, 8I.5O. and friends. Ii friends and. the public generally for the lib FOR UNTURI'RMU
Pensacola let do in March.St. Ladies' Bonnets Dyed Bleached and Proved in eral p. ;.nac he h and hope byattcctiun A ml all the
pair and cut them so they can be put in the Charleston S. C. rC"iveJ intermediate Landing on-the
I tho mont fashionable stylos. Orders from the country : to of the .
1st do in trit .
cntunce
bottle and Augustine April IX PRICES. "b
you must do this with the least nEDCCTIpt punctually attended to. Terms moderate acme ST. JOHNS RIVER.
; possible delay or they will be colored Southern Dial rid. a THE undersigned having leased this Hotel raUrnJ. .Mr. Parlay Ins removed his store from
Iff Hji.itnated in King Street solicit from the travel- When parcels are sent by steamboat or Bay TIlE Steamer Darlington.pt .
,: atmosphere. SoMe persons who want Admiralty Court sits at Key West ; always in ses ling public a share of patronage. Board 81,50 word should be sent him by letter through t1 street n>>ur-yth street, two doors from Captainhowell's r---. J. Broit, will leave Jacluon-

4 them to retain their natural whiteness put sion. per day; single dinner, 50 els.only. Post Office so that ho may know where t call (. grocery store, where be has permanently ville every Saturday morning, at 8 o'clock,'arriving

them under water. When the bottle is July 8-Gm JAMES M. HERST.MILLS them located, and is prepared to execute all work entrusted at Palatk.1 same day,-leaving Palatka at 5
t full cork it tight and wire down the cork LIST OP OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. JeLl 8 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. to hit care, with despatch an I in a workmanlike o'clock Monday Morning ia connection ,With the
HOUSE. manner lIe will a-vnre all those who
Governor JAMES E. BROOME. ------- -- steamers Carolina and .. RetuiaiagwiU
t with very little projection above the glass. Secretary of State, F. L.VILLIPIGUE. TIIOSAS S. NICKERSOX, may favor him with a call, thit they will be pleased leave Enterprise at o'clock Tuesday morning.

When you have bottles enough to till a Comptroller T. W. BREVARD, Corner Meeting and Queen Streets, YORK_. with bU work. A neat fit u warranted.N. and Palatka at 8 o'elockcdnel'da1 mcnusg;a&d

I kettle, such as may be most convenient Treasurer C. II. AUSTIN. uly8| Charleston, S.C. tf NIW B.Cutting cleaning and repairing, at the arrive at Jacksonville same day

:' put them in and boil with the water all Attorney General, M. D. PAP7. ChARLESTON HOTEL, Holmes, shortest notice. July A M. KEEP,

) around up to the nozzle, for about fifteen Supreme Court Judges. MIXER GENERAL COMMISSION :: Agent at Jacksonville.R. .

4 or twenty minutes, or until the bottle appears Thomas BalttelV Caief Justice ee.C. Corner of Meeting and ILiyne, Streets 100 Street,If.MII LIVERY STABLE. R. REID,. '
7-tf
Wal y July Agent at Palatka.
II.Dupont Assoeiato Justice Quinsy. liE Subscriber u now prepared toaccommodate _
to be full of steam the ,
nly8| Charleston C. tf T
atmosphere "f TTILL pay particular attention tosales of YetV .
Thomas Associate Jacksonville hia
Douglas Justice customers in shape or manner,
any way STEAMCR
baring been forced out through the cork. ', low IMnc" Live Oat, and
Circuit Judges. )'A,'nIOY HOTEL, Iuber. in firrt rate style, from splendid horses and carriages -
As soon as the bottles are cool enough to other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE, and :Ou.nt P1.ensnnt.
; Western, J.J. Finley, Marrianna. II. L. BUTTERFIELD, down to horseback riding
MERCHANDISE.July
handle, dip the corks in sealing-wax so as Middle, J.W. Baker Tallahassee. Corner of Meeting and Hasel-sta, to order forfnrchaeing Parties waited on at any hour of the day or .,.p-. )a TillS Steamer, which:'hasbeen

to cover them quite tight. An additional Eastern W. A. Forward, Palatka. |ulv8 Charletton.S it 7tfS. night. Calls made to any part of the city for persons put in condition for effective

precaution is used by some in putting tin Southern, Thomas E.King Key West II. who wish to take the steamers. fen-ice id now prepared to resume her regular business -
foil over the wax. Solicitors of the Circuits. II. \V. KINSMAN, Roekenbaugl, Every exertion will be made to please. on the St Johns, in the towing of vespeb,
111 Kin.f Strut, II. A. BLISS, rafts Aft, and performing such other service cc
Another plan is to cook the fruit slightly Western James M.Landrnm Milton, has In store an Immense stock ofYTIXDOVV COMMISSION MKUCIIANT\ July S-tf Near the Bufiington House. may be appointed by special contracLEngagemenb
B.
Middle.. Bam'J etepheaQuncjr..., -
in a kettle and then put it in cans or hot Lantern, James M. Baker, Alligator. SHADES, -. HZ Pearl Street, N. Y may be al any tun*entered into
-. tics, and pour hot sirup of sugar in to fill Southern Henry Kendrick, Tampa which he is now offering at prices such as to present L attention will bo given to sales of THOS.. t. HEXnRICKfl.: JAMES O. CHESS. with the Captain in charge of her, at any point at

the interstices, and then cork and seaL The County Officers. great inducements to customers.ALSO CAR Cottn Rice, Sugar, Lumber, Tier, and To 1'lautcra and Lumbermen. which she may be spun the route, or with her pro.
\
heat of the fruit and sirup to other Produce. Also, purchased having formed acopartnerehip pnetor. ( ,-) CHARLES WILLEY;
answering expel of Probate crhd
([First name, Judge ; second name, Clerkof Lace and Muslin Curtains,Satin DcLane, Damasks THE1Dtlcnigned
-
., the ah. But the less they are cooked, Circuit Court;third name,Sheriff; fourth name- &e, all at a groat bargain. jnly8-tf on most advantageous tCr. july8tCJoseph of transacting aGeneral
: or sweetened, the more natural will be the whenever it occurs-Tax Assessor and Collector) .Merchant Business at 'HQTELS&C. 7

.; taste like fresh fruit, when opened. We Counties. Officers. Post Office. MATTHIESSEN & VIIARA Grice, MAGNOLIA. F., .

I-. have eaten peaches a old that Escambia, Charles M.Jordan, Pentacola. WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE GENERAL would repectfnll call the attention of all who are
year we
could not tell from those sugared hour F. E. Do LaRau.II, No. 143 East Bay comer Queen, CO IISSIOX MERChANT, desirous purchasing cheaply to their large and MAGNOLIA HOTEL
II julyS Charleston S.C. MfWARDLAW well selected Stock'consisting part of
F.M.Mann N.: Y. ,
On the St. Johns
before. 3 J Slree. River
Santa Rosa John Chain, Milton. given to tho sale DI'.G Goods Groceries, Quecnsware, ?
t. Tomatoes are very easy preserved and W. J. Stokes, II WALKER & DCR.J SIDE, STRICT prompt of produce entrusted to his care, lUti;Cap (J rockery and Glassware, UNDER CHARGE OF C PT. 0. J. Jfciar.rpIIIS .

I. retain their freshness better than almost Isaiah CobbJr.II Cotton Factors and and all ariclcs promptly with. Boots and Shoes, Drug, Medicines, u a now House, recently opened for the aeJL -
.
any other fruit. The small kind are only Walton, Daniel McLeod, Enchecanna.CerroGordo.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS orers clle UDS Iron, Nails Paint, OiLt commodation Boarders and visitors from the

used. Scald and peel them without breaking Giles Bowers North Atlantic Wharf, Hoe & Co's Patent Ground Saws. Hardware and Cutlery, Window Oliu. Kurt h during the ensuring and future seasons.It .
II JulyS Charleston, S.C. tf Particular attention paid to the Provision Busi
Niell C. Munroe, Subscribers manufacture from the best It nated immediately on tha St.John's River,
the flesh. Bottles should hold about Holmes, A. H. Brownell, ness. Hay Born Mess Pork, Flour Bacon, Fish, about 23 miles front Jacksonville and a short 6-

a quart only, because when once opened, M. IL Stanle1.II CHAFEE.LiQ.uous ST. AMAN1) & CROFT, Steel. CIRCUL\t SAWS. ,Their from Saws two Molasses, Sugar constantly hand in Urge quan- tance from the month of Black Creek, and U meet
eighty
the contents must be used II WINES SUGARS, TOBACCO i tities.
4 up at ouce. Bottles R-R-Godden, and tempered, and are ground and f.norablylocated and conveniently fitted up foe the
made on pnrpose with large throats Washington, Washington Tabor Vernon. &c. for the Produce of all kinds purch.ve purpose mentioned. Arrangements are made for
and G. Worthington.II julyS No. 179 East Bay, ChuleltonS.C.! : tf ,nachinery dewgnod expressly All are invited to call before making purchases the accommodation 01 sixty boarder,'and already
c \ a ring on the inside are the best, and therefore,much superior to those .
John A. Tabor, II pure atare. el e\t hero. numero-jj visitors have availed themselves a location -
bottles are better than for all II. JESSEX I manner as they are strengthened .
cans acid I X. B.-A large assortment of Negro Good such the "
Jackson, J. B. Roullac Marianno. at ) agnoli The House convenient
and stiffened them in thickness
fruit. The DEALERS IN GROCERIES by increasing
cans, however, arc more easily John WPOO3er.II, LIQUORS the u Kersey, Blankets &c. to a fine Mineral Spring, and boats and J'CLep aro
from
secured by solder than the bottles II SEGARS, ic. regularly cutting edge to the centre, consequently july S-tr HEXDRICKS 4 CHESS.A .
by corks James Griffin do not become heated buckled end kept for the purpose of gding thither. The loprietor -
or ,
I and wax, as the air is let out through a Jesse JL Clark.II julyS Xo. 139 East Bay; Charle tongC tf produce a great saving in timber respectfully invites strangers and citizens to

small after the Calhoun, Elias Branch, Aspen Grove. CARD. "drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia House ia winter
puncture large opening is P. )f. COHEN & Co.. They also mwdtur CaA Steel Mill, Pit and WOULD take this method of informing
soldered up and cans heated, and that hole James Thomas U.J.Parker Land.II DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, Cro ,
stopped with a single drop of solder. Franklin, Thomas J.Eppes, Apalachicola.Ouincy. I &C.. &C.nly8 ity, all of which they hive for sale, or they may shier the great fire in Jacksonville I have reestablished will give himself and the able superintendeat 16m

Every article of fruit will keep fresh if Samuel W.Spencer, II | .No.29 Uayne Street, tonS.C. tf bo obtained of tho principal lawa Mert in the new building opposite the residence \ch pleasure to manifest. -S -or
the United States
the air is exhausted and the bottle scaled C. Thigpcn II throughout a Cl.naa.CO of Dr. Baldwin, where bye opened the J. A. SnmF.1l.T.!
\ PARRAU
S. S. &
BROTHERS, It Apothecary Hall wuh. an entire new stock of
tight- The least of Gadsden, E. C. Love July?
particle air
admitted 29 31 loll Street. S
.C. II DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES ad Drugs and Medicine, Chemics Perfumery, Fan.
through imperfection of the scaling will S. B.Lester Love, II Ac. J2?" Publishers of newspapers who will ir cy Article, Combs, Brushes Candies,Garden and PJ.n.nters :S:01o1.

spoil the fruit. If the air could be driven James M.Smith, II Corner East Bay and Cnmberland-Sts. this advertisement three tie with this nte, :Flower seeds Burning Fluid, Lampweeks and -

out without heat there would be no need Leon, D. W.Gwynn, julyS Charleston, 8.C tf forward us a paper the same, will be Lamps, Paint and Oils, Window Glass, Patty,.. CHI.Il1.ESTOYr" C.A&
of cooking and II. pain in printing Iteria1 by purchasing four times Soda Water and Mineral Water,cool and spark. THE Undersigned would respeetfuiry to.l .
any only just enough shouldbe S IL T.Archer Blocker Jr. II XEUFFER, IIENDRIX & Co., tho amount of tho advertisement. ling, to be bad at the counter all times Sundays Lfonn his friends and the PaUie geaecally,thai
given to expel the air and not change L. C. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, New York, April 22d, 1S34. July 8-3t excepted.Physicians. he has leased that extensive and well known etrtablighment
'f the taste. Many prefer to add sir Deniflly, the PLANTERS HOTEL U
and
persons Waknlla George Miller New Port. for the tale of can have their prescriptions put up ,
,
up made by about one pound of sugar to a T. J.M.Richardson, Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, with care night and day. now ready for the reception vfcritors.-- Its'eligible -

quart of water,to all suitable fruits. Green: N. G.W. Walker julyS Charleston, 5.C.1:' tf PHILADELPHIA.NEW July 8-tf TIIOS. MCMILLAN. location, being convenient to all the trviatn

com beans, peas tomatoes, pie plantcur- Noah Pose;, r U CONDICT, JENNINGS & CO VOLUME OF A Warning.g5 localities city on business, will commend, and no exertions U to tboe or who expense viiil will u.
rants T. J.Chase Montlcello.Madison .
Jefferson
,cherries ,
(. gooseberries strawberries, plums, raspberries James R-TuAer SADLERY COACH, IIARDW AR"b,&e. GOODEY'S L.1DVS IJOOK. Delay not; harbor not in your mind that be spared by the Proprietor to promote the comfort
peaches, are the most No. 165 Meeting Street aad convenience of his guests and reader Us!
common things put up in this way. They James Joel Walker D.Morris' "II julyS CharlettonS.C. tf Commencement of the Second Quarter of a Century. sentence ortools' philosophy, that a disease will house, in every worthy of the public patronage

} add greatly the pleasures of the table Madison A.McDonald C.H. S. G. COURTENAY. SOMETHING VERY FINE. get cured of itself or that you can cure it with certain and support. lie is pleased to add that fee h*.

1' and to the health of those who consume S. It. Sessions, II BOOKS STATIONERY AND CHEAP The July No. Godcy's Lady's Book.Is medicines for a few dollars Beware how you secured the services, M Book keeper,of Mr.J.W.*

them quite unlike, in that respect, the com T.M. Anderson, PUBLICATIONS. publsh.n contains as Wnl.greater as tamper with your general welfare. veiling Lamkin community, so long and of favorably this.and the known adjaotat to the Stated ra-*

mon preserves. R.McKinney, &I julyS No. 3 Broad Street, CharIe tonS.C. tf Irment & >r ladies o1 for show,but Ye wQd and vicious youths why will yon persistin july 8-3m G. W.IWnLSpring

-_ _ ,- We have known fruit for pies put up inthreequart Hamilton IL John J.Stewart, Jas per" fse, cjui b, ((.onnd i any otherperlodieslin.the S doing with the filthy nanseatingeomponnds dally S '
Frink AGNEW FISHER & HOXIE -
,. cans by partially cooking in world proffered thereby Orange Hotel,.
impairing and
James U.Hendry II your appetie
FACTORS AND COMMISSION BIER- unrivalled Colored Fashions, to be found East Florida.c, 7
: anoPenbtttemasirupju8tsweetcnoh Jerry B.Smith CI i digestion, and destroying mentally well
,
CHANTS. no other publication-Front for a Lady's you as as
for use,and:putting the fruit in tho cansI Columbia, GeorgeS.Herbert Allgator.. Accommodation Wharf Charle r. ,tonS.C. Children*s Dresses-The Melons and Cabinet- physically when yon can be cured with a*few doses THIS Hotel. and is the now.travailing open for the pallia reccptksj Wexteent i or In-it-

"' hot" and soldering immediately. It kept S.Scarborough U ) tles-Embroidery, with Cord-Insertion for ShirtFrontsEmbroIdery e
Reuben II of pleasant medicines ? unnecessary to allude to the superiority of.tb. location
thus perfectly. W.A.Sheffield, II W. G. BANCROFT & Co. for Shirts-Braid Pa.ter You who are thns annoyed and wish to be restored over any other in the Peninsula and thereto
Course of Lessons in
; Some fruits much NET CASH lIotrSE.Nos. Goodey'a Drawing *
keep better and with JOBBING mineral qualities of this Ppring; as Kothare>
;
AWL
Alaehua Canton NewnansvQIe. Flowers of the Month-The Papyrus-The Poignor to heath and vigor by a treatment at once
\ less heating than others Peas are RTt'oongblood &Ic. 253 & 255 King Street. established beyond eaviLThe yivf rietor la exterCing
among Basques,Chemisettes and under Sleeves-Bonnet pleasant and eflectaa1! should consult Dr. MOR
) the hardest articles to keep they contain so L.Wilson UDural 3.C. Preserver Initial Letters Chesnnt Basket every effort to render hilt giesta oswfortaU..
much fixed air. i. Felix Livingston, Jacksonville. for the Centre -Table-Coral Broidered- Hankorchkf, RIS. His success in ehronio diseases baa beengreater and only craves m little more time to complete_hie

U We advise ,family in the George Stone a4 1 Southern Quarterly Review.rpIIIS Braid Pattern-Head than that of any other physician of his day. arrangements and satisfy alL Invalids can iav.
every country Periodical) It the Ds5.tc medical aid and such extra attention U their .s *
Uriah Bowden "II only one of its class in the -
LIne AND who have been for
A
THE Many afflieted with disease
t Splendid
; tOtrytin5planofputtingnpfrnjtefo..ju. Yn. NOAl years tion Our Hacks will be attendance
John D. McKmlay," : II JL entire region of the South i and its pages are Mush require. own in
t t ter use, on a small scale this year; and if Nassau James T.T.O'Niell Woodstock' referred to as the beet evidence of the ability of DOVE with-Gal-lnntry- House at the Ship or consequences resulting from excess, have on and after the 20th Nov. on the arrival of\th.,-
Yard
_ 1 successful,enlarge upon it next year. ). the South and capacity to give expression to of EngvingFarm EngravingsLife and I been restored to health and vigor under his really Boats, Palatka K.S.DAROAN, '

Nassau, C. C.Bcssent II the feelings the Interest and fctelligence this sonablo Iue .I''scientific treatment. jalyB. -I- Proprietor- 5AGNOLIAUOVSE'
.
A..1. Ie Section of our Country. Its is to ReipuCeton&lc Crel adPuddint.
A Yankee Throughout. Braddock '" purpose fairly re Should a personal Interview be objectionable 'M' <
D. Hlgginbotham. II present ourselves, and not to misrepresent others.It I'
2 Mrs. Nicholas, late of tho'Drattlcboro', St. John', Gad Humphreys, Augustine' aims to maintain the truth as we understand it WTh No will S be sent on. the'receipt of 25 cts. state your'disease in writing-encloee', dollars -* Jacbmri1 'a. '
TERMS.OneCopjonye '
Vermont, Dcmocrjat saYI that the drinks F.C. Humphreys II and tp assert the intellectual equality of our Section -' I ,'address Dr. W.H.MORRIS through the Poet- M. TUB SUBSCRIBER Vat]ost. completed the. .
are now called "legstrctchertinthatState.. Jacob Mickler II while at the cam time It will free mind of ; 8 Ga jti abeve House, fitting it p.ia the'most tomi11
Two one I office Savannah and a package of medicines
Copies,
She says it,.is an day for Putnam, w.W.TlUDbllnt 1 II our people from that state of literary thraldom and year ,. -I fortable style, and will us.every eiertlcn to pleas*tadthntmarfayorbinwithh
every occurrence and extra the
Five Copies,one an win be
year t securely put up sent privately and with
Stanislaus Glhukl II and under which Il patronage
dependency they have too, eop
some passenger in the stage coaches,while long the club Id ; nf
Ie labored. We then lllncing despatch full directions 'and Particular attention paid to Invalids
Nathan Norton, I claim from all lovers of the therewith no questions .
the latter and
extra tho
are waiting at the hotels for the"Iguesslwilgctoutand year, an AcoiV"dCorner
John South and friends of a borne
Marion Melntosh Ocala. truly literature that cp asked.
malls, to say: Robert Bullock, .. support for our Work which will enable us to giveit person sending the club 15 Ocean and Mwaea fariel.'Tgi*,

: stretch my leg t which, always ends in 8. Uelveston .'! L II a free course,Mil thus make it eminently worthy Eleven Copies,on year,andean extra copy t thepensonsendtheeluh. Persons living at a distance afflicted with' Scrofula JacksonviHe, July & 1S54 \ .' ',:tf ass
S
i their,baring a drink somewhere the no- J.M. Willis' 1 of the world's admiration and oar own pride.C. {EfGMey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home Old Ulcers Totter Cancers, Piles, Fistula inAno Good Stabling for.Horses. ,J, n 'se-:

teL She add that it is perfectly astonish- Levy D.Morgan.. Wacassassa MORTIMER, Publisher. Magazine will both bo Ct one year Cu$340u: Gravel Strictures, Gleets or any disease whatever CHARLES DEW.ALr t fA
John Hatcher. II Office "SO. QUARTERLY REVIEW ,
Uhing: with what unchjckcl .case and .. L.A. GODET, No.. hes PhiUv, of an aggravated or malignant character can .
Robert Watterston !1' Law Range, Broadest Charleston S.C. J" C)1\I .1
.I.k-L
,
: frequency legs'are'stretched: In Vermont be cured at home by consulting Dr..' MORRIS by '
Aillsborongh Simon Tannin, Tampa. L -, Jaducm-rilltl. :) L'. < O.
M. The resolution Malonc & Taylor letter post paid, enclosing a fee ,, to ;
1 Cnnningham, following wu adopted by the ?* -" ;
; -
of the <
; .|D part attended to
County
I. c, -JC3C"Shady ho\ffl, aj your folks 7 All }.T.Kendrick.e SOUTHEBS COMMERCIAL COXVXXTIOX., held in LUMBEE COMMISSION Medicines pleasant and safe, can bo tent per mail SALES, respectfully any ,solicited. .. ,' .'
welt but Growlcri-he thebomrow-el Htrnando, Joseph M.Taylor. .DeSoto.Key Charleston April 1854. MC r.Ooods ,
got Philadelphia to any part of the United States. sent to the subscriber on eommbsion eith. '
complaint t \V.M. Garrison II Resolved That the Sonrthern Quarterly Review, Very respectfully solicit eonsi/rnments ofSOUTHERN' fir for private or auction disposal will be '
J : Charles MoMma II in the of / Particular attention given to the treatment of female quieUy
published City Charleston by a native qf : attended to and amount J
LUMBER forwarded. Tha
: Eo L. Selph, : 'i II Virginia,,and edited by one of the most distmgnith hhINGLES4c.' complaints.! Ladies, who',nay be afflicted speedily

\ B1J j Jnriea like guns, are often; ,charg Monroe, Benjamin BaWycr, wtPeterCruoa literary gentlemen of the South being the only Lerladvaees made. Refer to Irregularities, Flour.Albns' or Willis,'Pro. Subscriber a number of has years been aa known Auctioneer ia thin and coonauaity pttexvuftr-bie

\ ed, and sometimes with very poor ammunition. n' Periodical of that character; printed and publishedin .BRC.Phiaelph i .
'' f i E.T. ., lap u Uteri, Falling of theomb would do He often no recommendations tut desires that inqnlriee -,j
1 USamuelToqng
Robert Clark,1 Southern State*,and kavmg always defended '
.l/ should be mad oncemfai 1ilnuielf of
_- I Ju1y8-tf' TrE.'BrCHMANJacksonvaie.Fla. well to.aside all false and any
,ff c. Ie the institutions and interests of the South, Is deleoacyt promptly, con commercial house at the fwresJdtnw.-"
place
I: Beanw_ TWO .Wroa W WMK.-At Orange, Algernon S.Speer, ,\,' .Enterprise." entitled to palronags of the Southern people, S Notice. J1! .c. > 4 suit the Doctor. CCEIS WAVJUJTED.J5T Since the Ire be nai located big store oa.Fourth _

I, t. nl1fl J t week a man is said to hare lost Arthur Gtnn' and this Convention earnestly. 'recommend""It.to their 'pilE undersigned will be abeentat the Nor : ,AUIctt'jeoclv.. ,attended Must be strcet,-on the burnt district where hia Auction bu-'
i Watson Ie favorable consideration
Elijah :::
.
i JL.,: from the present time unt ab&the postpaid,enclosing fee. Address Dr.W.lI.MO& linen also at present .eogdactedr: and waerf "l y

h tftft by cholera, married.'a otthe Somterp W.D. a:Lee.rH"\YUUam.r.ct. JOS'WORK,' ,. October' pt when they. re-open a stock' '0 RLS,Sarsimal,Ga:* .': *. :., '" '. keepe on handaoatbemo.tresscrnshtokrma, ," Jl .
Goods market tDth"meanUm ooE3ANI PRO
next dayf and lost her' alro by death co the E:n;Crone.;.l.. ;-iuiemonIIdflr III S OF-ALL'''DESCRIPTIONS. ,: busmen will in.the.bands -of Rodney 'Dormant 1T Consulting Room;\6. 73; Bryan ftrcct FAMILY.'it'itd Country Prnditre.SIOSU

:. day'IS'fgUowiBg.' c t .f I .- .;;'=. t"II' '; I Neatly Executed at Ibid Office' ". Esq. :' : ,:b '.' BLOOPGOOD !BOUS;" .opposite Monument Square. Jffly 20-ly JnI18tt"Cll.RLES DEWALL.

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