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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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ing lips,just enough apart to disclose a row check. In an instant Feme's sword flashed ment with sparkling '.aa 'refectin.g rlror w Seaiab lMessts .lnra t N ti l.rslt16aic.t \

Titjtaztiq. of pearly teeth her soft blushing cheeks over his head, and cutting the insolent with agorgeous* and darnlrng brilliancy, the EditorIt Is currently reported T/poajiiADov .. ,.' ;
it was an apparition oflorelineaa' that would fellow across the shoulders with the flat light innumerable lamps.' From the roofdescended about the city, that a resolution was introduce I The sojourners of 'oar city hotels art fa- ;
hare made St. Benedict dizzy.: She reinedin surface of his weapon,'he bade him draw. glistening pQlars white as alabaster it'a late meeting of the "Irish Jasper mifiar with the modest tone in which the' 4

fAppeal. her horse, and drawing'off!a glove, preisentcd The melodious stranger grew very black hi and resting on stalagmiies,transparent .Grcen ,'Jfothu effect: "That the Commanding words '"Now-York Herald" r''btme ". I
A tpac use, dptr when a pi unto yourabarmany.vattaNtateifand&Mfaithfblpart to the handsome youth a hand that the face, and the next moment theirswordl **'the"air "and-fpu i 'as peartsPBef officer be regestedto issue the necessary "Tunes' "Baltimo-neSun'Intelligencer, ",
would hare made Paulote Borghese enrious, crossed. Percie beat down his antagonist's' yond,'a U further extremity of this singular orders to harrthe"muskets of' the TnionfalTapoa their'e&rs from,srespectable 1

; tried that to in the bight of her fampL guard the moment their blades parted, and cavern of splendor;w a a narrow vista corps ldaded with 1 catndges, with the elderly'gentleman m_the Dews- :
!j57 M ia felt.dli.>e're are wM I-Jo1 rr fa me when duty yon forego were,, "Kiss it, Percie P said she. sweetly. wounded' him slightly in the face. The formed of the same crystalline rock and, view of shooting downy procession of paper low. At break of day you may find
kirk b .oS Percie Mortimer seized those taper fingers state functionary smiled, as he crossed his glistening with thousands pendent stalac; Americans that might parade the streets." him at the nil road depot with his bundle
Vei I wo.Tdrs4 wr thu yoitr tear this uy othet'i and pressed them' 'with' passion to lusLrjfl rapier again but tLe; next instant his sword tites. Through two sparry columns with : It was voted down ('tis bid after Capt. of these "maps of busy life ;*at breakfast ;
flew a dozen feet above' his head,and Percie magnificent incrustations which terminated tJ cranny opposed it,) but the object of this,I time he is at the hotel ready to exchange
Jor ue (*a joJtc nothing to the world, roa'n all MSTow help me off. was at his bosom. this vista the'sunlight poured in. and is, to inquire if such a reso111tioa was Introduced his commodities for th reedy cash; and i

'l1I 1M.of bd, Uu ronghl hewn With a light bound she stood upon the "Hold would you kill an officer of the illuminated it, as the lamps did the cavern and by whom? The member"who again as mJdaisbj;draws near, you will still, '
himkii'plaoe bench* ny eatj h Percie fastened her hone and thentxm government !I" A commandant of a patrolof itself Percie followed his companion over introduced, it, did it' in my opinion,'not find him puTBUiBg the even tenor of his way t
*rbtr T./l digit for m ia yon miles, sod auto p acid sat by her side upon a broken guards that had come up, attracted by the thickly carpeted floor towards the outlet with any hope of its passing buffo give pressing his sales. We stave ted him
"* iajogrNu took marble' slab,overgrown with verdure,which the noise of the fray, seized hold of the and be smelled the perfume of flowers, himself eclat in his Company. Now let me r for many years going regularly through this
,',"* upop you when yon deep-my eyes with hat onox aided in supporting the reclining youth's arm. and drew him violently away and heard the gurgling of water, as he approached suggest to that member and his co-adjuton routine; Many'wonder"if 'he ever sleeps.

lean*< gw dim the Poor look down from nymph. lie looked rather more grave than -his face wearing an expression of pious it. As he ,reached the place of (if he has any) that if he was really tnror- If "eternal vigilance is tile price of liberty
J crT4. OJL* ,GII Pareat.him;of he pugiit, with that glorious creature by his horror at the contemplation Perae abputto egress, he found himself the open air with nut, to leave his and his friends' names he is"entitled to the largest that may be

'hoW.1Iia Mavf{ toil from day to day, exhausting side. pink a government officer. i the pare light of heaven around him. He with you, with this view, that I will pledge had. 'A curiosity is often manifested to .
r.- hon 0 Percie. do you lore me 1 Then don't u Seize him and bear him away to the : Stood upon an embarkment carpeted witha myself raise that number of Native Born know his history. Some1'say that be l has by
look him Lord for thoa out look so gad, when I ride a dozen of milesto barracks!" said the captain of the guards. verdure like velvet, at the base which. Americans and no more and meet them at dint of such untiring industry and presererance -.
ache him whole TAad honor you with my society." As the soldiers were executing the order glided a'transparent and unrippled stream. any time or at any place, and prove to the laid up something handsome*for a
W M at lest relieving deep baa on my eyelids Percie took that little white palm with the insolent functionary who had so Everything around Was blooming all the world which is the better. I don't intend "rainy day." '.' 4

How&mifed are,they forbade to close in dumber by our in his own and gazing into her eyes which nearly yielded up his office, stole away in loveliness of nature, and save the twittering this to create prejudice or bad feelings but One morning hut? week,as the Hon.Lewis .
rChi1d l beamed lovingly upon him. said, the confusion, and when inquiry was afterwards of birds, and the' slight mnrmering of if the latter feelings doe exist towards D. Campbell,-of Ohio,was-passing from the .
J. Uk the little mnrmnrer that spoils ID11paD cf1 "Gunild I would give all that 1 possess, made for him was nowhere to be the stream, no sound disturbed the beautiful Americans, because they are Americana breakfast room at the "!'iooa1" with his
nit were it to that I might enjoy your society, found. That night Percie slept in a damp solitude. Upon the green sward at no why the sooner it is curbed the better. I morning mail, this veteran news-render,
Arid.fit'. it a partof thee I I feel I upon not my need bread h, without a dozen steps of these little feet- guard house. great distance, was slumbering a form in for one, am ready;either individually or I met him at the foot of the flight of steps
,Th -only. one return erase, may If I ever look sad, it is because you give me I When he awoke next morning, the sun : the bandit's co8tnxnethat, might have served' collectively,to do my duty. I near the office. His eye caught the title

And it*may moth the when rID where the no hopes of happiness, beyond that snatched beams were pouring through the narrow : as a mobel for the Apollo Lauroctonea.u "A KnowNothing in principle, if not in I Cincinnati Gazette" to a paper in Mr. C.'.
wretched feel no wrong; during these hasty interviews." windows of his prison, and the officer who here T' exclaimed Gunild in reality." : hand, and with s peculiar expression,be. i
I ak not for a kinder tone,for thou werterer kind; I. "And so, Signor Melancholy, instead ,of had arrested him stood before him. some alarm, as she observed the sleeper; Savannah Aug. 7th. C. A.L Louz marked- ;
I .k DOt ror lees Cnp1 fare,11I1 fare I do I DOt hare mb; being supremely grateful for what you enjoy Make ready quickly, signor, You arc he told me he should be absent a week. uAh, the old Cincinnati Gazette P
roch
Bates I ask not to make for attire me more fair to gay theefor-If more as I mariner got of felicity you are pnly importunatefor about to be conveyed to a more secure, cage Stay a moment, Percie. and she enteredthe Editors Savannah Republican: Mr. Campbell 'halted, observing, '.
not, an extension of the gratuity! Percie than this !1" cavern. Gentlemen: The abovenrtide having appeared have not n your package?":" .
Bat I would ask moms than of hour that 703 on I Mortimer, you are very selfish fellow !I" Percie arose and followed his discourteous Her voice, soft as it vras, awoke the alert in your paper of yesterday morning "No; butt took it once.
club bat, and she tapped the diamond on her instep, jailor through a series of passages,out robber and rising he bent scrowling look we deem ia>{ duty we6we to the good Mr. Campbell. When?" a
Ofknewledg* which yom paw to much might I I with the end of her riding whip. into a broad court, in which was drawn up upon the youth who stood before him opinion of our fellow citizens, to the 4nsh <-In 1828, when Charles Hammond was

.otWBtething k&cw1Sabrtrad each an |, Fll wager the diantond cross on my a small cavalcade of dragoons guardingahalfdozen Percie recognized the scoundrelly official Jasper Greens"and to'ourselves individually editor and I was lathe firm of Carringtor;

how for from BM mwtifi, .j. amongst men eve. sword-hilt against the turquoise on your baggage waggons. In the who had offered him the unprovoked insult to state'most positively) ,that the "cur; k Wells, whoksale merchants. ,Maia-rtreet.. ;
ICak ae ellllpuioa ,u I may tafely be. 'finger, that your heart epeaks as importunately middle of the cortege was a horse saddled in the Corso. rent report about the city," to which Capt. Cincinnati P ", "**- ,
While yen will read,'Fait and work ;theDJh as mine, but drcumstandes. prevent and ready to be mounted. He got into the II.you here?" thundered the bandit Lamar refers ftn/otfjufccl/ in every partic Mr.Campbell "I recollect the firm, fcr
when.1"WioM 're away:' !you from avowing it!! saddle as he was directed, and the train his features distorted with rage. He laid ular. I was then a printer's devil in the Gazette
L!fi I ahaU fad the time, dear hajbandof i **! wont venture upon the certainty of moved slowly out into the strcetsof Rome. his hand upon a pistol in his belt ; at that In the first place, the wicked idea "of office,and ftithfully through wintry storms
your stay, said through the Cava Iegg eri gate Instant Gunild returned and stood her down of Americana
ABdn t companion tooo rube for e'eo. yow losing my pretty turquoise, Gunild Proceeding by shooting any procession carried the paper to you. Wearenrnv
stidioiu boon blushing: lint Percie vio, I have told youa it took the road in the direction of Civita : lover's side,with an expression of calm determination that might parade the street," is MCKDEB; monuments of the "ups and downs of fife F*: !I

Aid. barber of thoM ;|,; ones. you call yyir cottar dozen tidies why it is impossible for us Vecchia. Percie had been deprived of his upon her beautiful features. I therefore a high offence,indeed the highest Here a strange expression passed over !i
towers: to think of marrying yet. You. know Gas-. weapons, and he rode in the middle of his escort Gasparo drew his pistol,and cocking it, i against the laws of Aad if we be mot rich. and great we may be wile paro?" closely watched. The road lay principally levelled it with deliberate aim at Percie's. crime that never entered the head or heart ; that he might awaken unpleasant reminiscences I
sad kind, heart i.bo"He" along the sea,and was strewn on either -i heart. The next instant the report of a.. of any member of the Irish Jasper Greens f' in connection with his change
And auad a* a'1Iae&rt.arm Bund.. you ia. may my is very jealous of you I" side with antique ruins of castles, towers single carbine rang from the hollow depthsof : therefore the retolulion was not introducedat of fortune, left with a "God give success; I

yow "He never saw me!" and temples. The morning sunbeams. the cave, and the weapon blown from I the late. ($th'alL) or any previous your energy deserves it!P !
Gentle Smiles. Percie don't be foolish. He can,. be streamed down gloriously from a cloudless i I I LU hand flew in an hundred fragments,I I meeting of the "Irish Jasper Greens." How illustrative of the changes of fickle ;,
Tha tweet your flowers of early tpringAI jealous, nevertheless." heaven gilding the sea with brilliant lights, splashing into the stream below. With a Secondly, Captain Devanny left this city fortune! The carrier boy of the news of
LAM _' \fr*,., u I hare heard of nothing lately but Gas and shedding floods of splendor upon dewy i howl of rage the robber tore his 8\t'ordfromi for Sew loch, in the steamer of Saturday that dar to the wholesale merchant is now
bright the many stars that shy;. pare. Show me this phoenix, and I will vineyards and moss grown reins.Ai :!i Its sates, OUU wmnoco xoanrj- -. -*. .. .>*J **".-*mr or-tl-"r' '*r"I- --:. .rUl. 1.1IIIt&
Clan the calm tee tea; soon remove the obstacle which he presented they reached the mouldering frag- ; the fearless Percie. Again that deadly explosion -. preside at the late meeting. the wholesale merchant'-now carries tM
Bat gentle hand mule to and loving own heart, to my wedding you!I" Percie was get- mcnts or the Egyptian tumuli at Monte- j rang from the cavernous 'recess.- We thank Capt. Lamar for hi public newspaper to him. < e t ..< ,

Are Aad better than dup the brighest my flowenOr ting rather testy. rone, the report of a pttronel rang from behind Gasparo leaped half a dozen feet in the air, mode of inquiry, as through your kindness,

a tan that everthooe.The '"Hit obstacles are not trifles to be turned the ruins. and ttic'soldier who led the and fell dying upon the sward. I Messrs. Editors, in publishing otir reply,we THE MILK Tarr.-Ina narrative of travels G
away so easily." escort tumbled dead from his saddle. Instantly Some wine, Gunild I could have forgiven hare an opportunity of publicly' contradicting on the Amazon and Rio Negro'jOlt
M n may warm the gran to life the formed a e but loving her.I : 'these common streets rumors.In '
flowers, *Perhaps you would prefer that they con dismounting, dragoons you anything, signor, published, Mr. Wallace describes an extraordinary
the
And Tha dews ei grow bright drooping and watch.the light tinue to exist?" breastwork of the baggage wagons, and dogged you both to the fountain of Ege- conclusion may state that the cnemies tree called l the milk tree which 1
Of ej A tumn' cpewng hoar; You are too Lad Facie Gasraro already stationing themselves behind them, awaited ra. witnessed your interview, and the sight of Natire born Americans the was cue of the first wonders saw near k.
Bat gel rile Mulei tenderness mistrusts my frequent and" solitary the onset, with cart/lnes/ ready cocked. maddened me against. you. Were I to live I enemies of the "Irish Jasper Greens" individually Para. The fruit is eatable and fan of i
And,wniee we know are true, there dead silence.- : ,thousand' I should never forgive and collectively-that their
visitiags to the city,an< is jealous of you For an instant WM a a very juicy pulp bet strangest-or all is the
Are warmer than the cummer Czae: from hearsay. I am hip protege by my The next moment the beautiful Gunild you the offence of aspiring to her love. friends ought to friends of the 'G reeJl." vegetable milk, which t:codes in abundance s
the dew.
And fighter than mounted and with cocked pistol A flagon to the lips of the 'We would ask our fellow citizens tojudgethe
fathers dying injunction and he h;s a partial superbly a i was presented when the bark is cut. It was about !
right, although he has already"exercis in her hand sprang from behind the ruined reckless outlaw ; he revived for a moment, "fcGreen3 by the record of their history the consistence of'milk,and bat for a slight

I' I filct ed it very letknUy to direct my move tumuli,and clearing them at a bound plunged but soon expired. since their organization in 1843,and not by peculiar taste could hardly be distinguished
f [alt .of lra! ments. Supposing he were to forbid my down upon the sheltered troops. She ferric," said Gumli. sweetly-"in two baseless street rumors invented for some : from the genuine product of the cow. Mri

riding to Rome ? Or suppose I should bring I was followed by a score of bandits, all armed days you shall have the authority cf the bad purpose by interested parties. Leavens ordered a man to tap somethat logs
about a meeting between you two. and you to the teeth and fantastically attired.On .- holy church to protect me and mine!" JOHN MCRPHT, .had lain in the yard nearly a'''xaontn.

Guild, the Bandit-Bride. were to fall!! Pcrae, I should die!" they rushed, over the baggage wagons, On the next day but one a carriage load 1st Lieut Com'g He cut several notches in the bark With max
: Gumld my darling, pardon me 1 I have and rode down'the dismayed dragoons before ed with the baggage and treasures of the and Chairman of "late Meeting.. and in a minute} the rich sap wits JUDe
BT fnULES E WUTE. not learned'to weigh my words. I did not they could fire a shot. happy Gunild left the old tower which J 5. F"U.LOS, Sect.Hitraordlnary. ning out in abundance it Was collected izi

t intend to wound you; indeed I did not!P Yield, or expect no mercy" formed the place of ingress and egress to Pistol. a basin diluted with water, strained and
*"& over the bin, through the avenue 1 and throwing his arm around her slightwaist They threw up their arms and sunk upon the banditti's haunt, and took the direct brought up at tea time anat bfeakfasi
of the Boston
London
The
of trees and tV' turn to the left!! ,'erpie drew her to him and pressedhis their knees, beseeching \ The road to Rome. Arriving therein,the equip- correspondence next morning. The peculiar flavor of the
The horseman gave the beggar a paul fair face to her soft cheek. robbers bound them firmly, and stationing page stopped before the church of St.Augustine Traveller, writes; -I have just been I milk seemed to improve the quality of the

(that magic talia man at Rome,) and then I That'll do.Now be reasonable in future!! a strung guard over them proceed to strew *. A lady and gentleman alighted, shown a rifle-pistol invented by an English tea, and gave it as good at color as rich
proceeded to roY ow the course pointed out What do you think of my foot furniture ?rand highway with the contents of the wagons. and entered the holy sanctuary. As they gentleman resident at Ratisbon, and which i cream,in coffee it is equaHy"r>gooa'.1 The
: to *"" Pissing through the visUof tress, she patted with native admiration the During the fray Percie Mortimer had came out and were about to resume their is calculated to make as great a revolutionin I milk is also used for glue. and it Is aid to
I and surmounting- 11 gentle undulation,redolent prettiest shoe in Rome. Percie was an stood aloof, under the guard of a couple of seats in the cannage, a blushing face peeped that arm as the Minie rifle in musketry. be as durable as that made"use of by tact
moustached sentinels. When from behind mantle of brocade It can kill at 500 yards 1 Last week it was .
with the perfctne of flowers, he found adept in flattery, and he concluded an elaborate brawny and a azure penters.
! himself in the vicinage of the classic t, compliment upon the Cinderilla foot Gunild recognized him she flew towards and voice soft as a lutemurmured.eweet- tested before experienced' ofbceriat Wool
stood the triaL Since
, the the him and riding down the soldiers alightedwith 1 Ij: neb, completely A WITTT Wrrsissv A
which tradition ha hallowed as place with the hope that it might soon grace -- gentleman by
exhibited Prince Albert
; then it has been to -
i where Numa was w(nt to commune with halls of his English home. the grace and nimbleness of a sylph, Now, Percie, we will go to England !P from own observation I can the name of Slaughter, living at a distance ,

' he Nymph Egeria. Dismounting he fastened "Why will you not at least abandon this and hung upon his neck smothering him. vouch, and for the efficiency my of this extraordinary from this place being w ned as a witness \ '
s!s / his horse to a neighboring tree, and wild bandit life ?" continued entrusting with Li-:-u"-- It is and hassight in a case pending !in ocr Circuit Court.being a
charged
easily
"0 Percie dear Percie,,had they got you : weapon. Lamb "
the sacred rale. The gentle plashing lj 1iSttIIitJtn about to1 marry a Miss writes the
entered at ax 300 400 and 500
*regulated .
and gurgling of wate."" sounded musically "For what? Were I to follow you to to Civita Vecchia they might have execs. It is besides light and beautifuL Court that !he cannot attend as a witness \
would ted yoU:! or imprisoned you forever" yards. this Court as he expects to Slaughter a i
m his ears, as the pearly drops came England, Gasparo inevitably dog myCoot6teps fancy a revolver' this description f
Cashing down upon the bi token marble and the destruction of one or Gunild looked most brilliantly beautiful Passage of Mr. Cobbs Graduation Bill. Only barrel marksman Lamb next Sanday.--JUba2gx iury'Soar +:
with six eight good ,
toe of the genius of the pit ce. The image Ibcth of us would be the result. Were I to in her bandit attire. A jacket'or crimson The passage through both houses of the and an adversary or a quarter, of a mile off! naL .' '
form
X>f the presiding goodness dined beneath Red you, and remain in Rome hb vengeance velvet slashed with gold fitted her the ti> bill of Mr. Cobb,'of Alabama, to graduatethe The whole depends on the rifle-groove." Ejrow'NOTHMCS."-This political erganiaataemit
disclosed
the fiMtatam,iCs polished Lm bedrippingwith would be still more certain," admiration, and perfectly bust. Her prices of the public. lands, and to confine is said,dates further beck than
spear, npoa,whiich the last |golden beanu of "This mysterious Gasparo Is 'an enigma, lovely contour of her girlish' the benefit of the measure to actual Virginia Silk In London.A the Masonic fraternity. Absalom was the
embroidered
the Lngwing Italian sunset \ toured a briljtiaataagc&anging a ordian knot which I cannnot untie." alight waist was defined stuck by of settlers will be justly regatded as one of medal awarded by the London World's head or leader of the first party See II ,
Aore the clas- .* He is a subtle intriguer, whose generous girdle, into which were a couple the most important measure of the se+ Fair to John W. Gill of Wheeling, Samuel xV 11 : :
aic fountam|was profusion of overhang qualities are blindttj by strong and pistols and 'a silver sheathed yataghan her It embraces fully one of the prominent features Virginia for his domestic silk, has been received "And with Absalom went two hundred ':

fog endue; -, cerii u>s full of bejr4ries. headlong. I haj e a little influence the handle exquisitely) the adorned.insteps Upon of Mr. Hunter's biD which was lost by that gentleman.. The. .letter ac men out of Jerusalem, that were called... .
and glittered
and the umbrageous fraschinoa,uniting over him and I will exert it to prevent him heels were purs, like the of the in the House, whilst it shows an appreciation .companying says: and they.went in their simplicity, and they
wititheVuroadleaves <}, nun serous other from making you the subject of his machin with precious jewels point of the chums of actual settlers which 'The coarser staple products of the United Knevi not anything. '
,tit,and ypingHpg their perfu mes with the ations. Campanile at Venice, when lighted up by i is in accordance with the popular senti States were expected, but it caused no I R
.f weet odors'exhaled from htm dreda of will The fair Gunild continued convening with .the moonbeams. ment. Graduation;and the security of the little surprise aee'silks coming from the HoTxLRznrtrroxf-The H "*
flowers coml>iafd to make ikft. spot where her lover, until the deepening twilight of Percie returned her passionate beloved cares de rights of pioneer settlers on the public lands, wild West that rinlled the finestfabricks one of the principal ;:Hotels of.Broadway, .
> bis
e old Eoman king quaffed wisdom and the soft Italian evening began to cast a -full of gratitude towards have long been prominent object* with from the looms of London and Lyons. But New York, following the example ;:of the

,lore. from the lips of his spirit sal mistresi, gloom'around the grotto, when she arose to liverer. Percie for the many leading democratic statesmen. Mr. the result of the great exhibition of 1851 American," in this city has"reduced its
retreat" of the most beautiful and happy You must go with me, Cobb has cause to be highly gratified that did much to illustrate the truth that the rat to$2 per day rO transient b
.ot. He who had intrude d into this goby Perae." present, until the.excitement of your adventure he has succeeded in securing the passage of dignity of labor is the true stimulus of art rates satisfaction tn

Jgrelj grotto' sat upon a brolu' -n fragment He imprinted, a kiss upon her beautiful has dad away among I will the show vigilant functionaries how a bill which effects both of these obi cts. and real progress to the child oflibert,." )era who w i g b tfrtmirv
3d in moss, i at Rome. you The scale of graduation enacted hy the and expect attentions
4X the UNintaui, almost forehead and then assisted her to 'mount lu a ;
end resting his chin upon his blind, delircrtd her horse. Waving Vim a kiss with her we live whose passions are professionallywild. law is as follows; All lauds which hare Queer place for a Toad. of first class ho .
ainuelfup to h1 rtion HifrcfrvJLt hand and her1 horse ." been in market} for ten years upwards One of the operators of the House telegraph :
Pl'Tl.eaafitll 1 his features little Sored hitting : Utttering this she remounted, and beckoning dollar that while repairing the Go to thunder,'*'is
at Informs
nttrreDoai ; smartly with her whip. with a single vault shall be subject to entry one per us Jr'
to.a page;be led up a compact and fine and wires at Fairfield a few days Take departure
were moulded the exquisite per- she had bounded over the hill and was out acre; fifteen years upwards seven ty- telegraph your t &o .
fattiest t classic purity, and from his dark, sight. limbed horse, magnificently caparisoned five cents ; twenty years and upwads,fifty-' since, a live full-grown toad was found un- .1 reverberating e o bTen'a.

rootrterea.' beamed the joyous expression ft Percie Mortimer mounted, and .proceeded which she requested her lover tomotUlt--calledtogether cents; twe ty.fiTe years and; upwards) at the glass insulator on the top of a pole, I find a
own
'ofyiMthfelhappineu and hoge. Be yew the Corso. It was filled with PerdecompliedandwhenGunildhad twenty-five cents; and thirty yean and upwards I which was a chestnut, perfectly: smooth I your b 1
'
: isT ill
d sae4 with powte-i elegance'and taste,altkoogb towards with voluptuous dames, I the robber troops, he rod* by the at twelve and a half cents pet'acre. : twenty-five feet high and not near any tree ,but it b ,*,.p
people. Carriages aide of LZs mistress at the bead of'the cavalcade. 'the and '" How his toadship there ,prkty and wisdom.o .
the Cuhion.if hi* &ttire"did not confbim on luxurious cushions mounted .. Upon. every,reduction occupant or building. got [ .
fiaUrfU Italian but reclining 'Away they'galloped across the settler hare the right of emptio>t' at how long he had occupied his aerial butpmeatioua
with costume, gentlemen and ladies, and cavaliers in rich pre or : Dims WTs..Toaays.; I hare
and country {Kth the speed of the lancefly. until ,within thirty position is a matter for curious .i'S
was rather English 'm Us cut qualitj.QUB dresses stopped the way. Th(sidewalks such graduation prices in
ud the:;aches whkh enconvBSJsWbim were crowded, with promenaders and loiterers Arrriving at an old moulding ivymantiedtower :I days preceding the next graduation but not ulatioD."IIarfcml Couranttz 10 my wat 0 any h togctitf
dismounted and led
banditti all .
might h.ire furnished a study for the to interfere with any right which has heretofore : .
singing ;
girls a '
wandering harp ,
; dark'shadows of a' fellow whether
doubting
the A
into was
their horses
to actual settlers. Any !
Aa he eat thai thoughtful accrued person wars'
lor direr
"there
a Goiku ; "Tesars Sam, are *
in Mexicans.
.on4deu y the datte tg of a' horse's' iron teets. neighboring wood. A squire waiting applying ,to enter any of the aforesaid not he should rolfcnteer to fightthe

,bocl awoke the alien te, and the fair apparUk4ofamaiknbeantiMastheday with red faces mingled together pictnrgsconfusion conducted in the same direction the steeds land is required to make affidavit that he .'' One ofthrf flagi.'ftTlDg before his rs. HOIIJhoek thinks Itrrathe,
of Gunild and Percie while the formed;:led the inscription: "Victory or t
bearing
tier ftUe
; and As be proceeded slowly or she enter the same for his or own eyes, the .qI
coaM tack presented tin the way through the portal of the ,ancient 1 and for the of actual"'settlement Death," somewhat troubled and discouraged roC the weshet aGYYt.
Wed on> steed though the the crowd somebody came upbehind i use, purpose is said glass .
"Victory a good thing, y. '
him. '
tower. for ,the use of .
in or an
ItaeaC Her alight fI enreloped a and cultivation
FIt not mellifluously: .
t 1.aumtJlicb'a rfpurpUvrelTet open trolling very '"Give me your arm, Per yoaH aced a I adoininf farm owned'or. occupied him hVbut why put it Tictory'ordeath'1 Just I
la|front and ornamented with rows >of .A natuu last, at die front of Egwia cicerone !1" i or herselfi and that, together with such entry .put. it victory OJ cripple aDd I'll EO that." Hnturtrinnrr.-An I complained
Ttrbottons.withba.niofgold')Etxd across Bn votpe Gus. I7ftII kIa.1ib. a Pert"Petrie As the said this an iron-daiped door in i he or she has not acquired from the zr to his physician- .hm somuch
: .
the bost, berltcantifi}! limbs and '..nkJctd.e turned round and ,seizing the the wall swung open and'disclosed a flight United, States under the provisions of this B" A street gentlemen with a was brig promenading t little boy at a with drugs, that he was,.sick*>|eeg

'-r and adorned with'silver singer's bridle-rein looked sternly into his of stone steps. Down these they descended act"more than three hundred and,twenty CaahioPable when the, little fellow called oat time rb got w t ,

,her little fairy feet with c1i&moDda face.. Be was dressed in uniform of a government for nearly fifty feet, and passing acreav. This brief:synopsis of the bill will his side Pal there an editor- Irish editor, Ice apes in
sad sword and pis corridor lighted with iron lamps a 'short of its r ion.Btitrrrru "Oh, goes r o.
.CJIi iaatepa.'her bright, gleaming eyes oflld4 wore give a fair idea importance Gnu aon-" said thefat1or"don'tmakasport Ireland, says: "Her cup
in tangled masses tolL torn brought them to a scene' which, for :
bermtaeurtaeacapttig. God knows beta iceotLOttijiitd
from a op hoe a with ich colon sand"Rratc4 *Ha, aiD 67 let go mr.bridle P and beauty aid magnificence, coula not be .currsca. : t ExnAcr Hdptoj. your b>.:. of the poor man to-- t" OB/- .-' ft eryhas .:, Z '

with jpldcn-t yacle;her rip*pout ,he struck the of 'am. .that. .fetid',. his bone, ,ia '. .Btm. themtfas, aTerziom' spart-r' dy cut a mud: puddlf. >f-:._ pbst, t1C1l. 1 Cat yet.I 1 : A'l' =_ "


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Democrats of Marion and Sumpter '-'- : : ., ,:
.. _biJt s: The' 'nOJ .A.E.Maxwell,having announced borders, led offby the.lei{ York Tribune; >counties The met at Ocafa on the 8th fast, and During the tremendous shower oi -- The'Missottii election his ftlUttdt!

t his i intention of:meeting the citizens of win hasten furnish "aid and comfort to In the ,
nominated Major o.Helves ton of Marion, Tuesday,15th inst.,which.was accompanied defeat of CoL Thomas H.BenVtQfo? '
Duval county on the 12th Inst, and It being the enemy/? by large ,Live Oak tree in
i the PostII for.the House.. :We rcCeiTed'the proceedIngs a' severe: gale a Congress the St Louis district !i700." ( '

JACKSONVILLE, : supposed that ex-Governor; Brown, them Thefollowing from a Boston. l of the meeting too late for the present Madding:in front of the house of Mrs.Don majority. Th successful 1 candidate fa( Hon.' ".

i nominee.'tould: !: : also be,: present, it appropriate. : .. . .' number,of our aldson, with. its roots extending under the : L. M- Kennett, whip No retinas have
withtkHosquito paper.
Is aQ
1 SATURDAY, AUGUST,9,1854.., was evolved to celebrate the:occasion) with "The sympathy gentlemen of of tie>San> eraosttioa-Joan *art avow, TMthese l: The Democrats Madison county,in this house;was blown don. The tree fell fromthe I been received from other

s's'r r a Barbecue. For this purpose,i Committee freebooters have been routed. and tan* State lave nominated Dr W. A. Brinson house, but,acted as an Immense lever, The first ct. Cholera *-.

DEMOCRATIC, ., of Arrangement was appointed by the Democracy they are not beyond the reach daeooontabilittb lifting the whole structure several feet from this 0 -*
I amatterofgrfet-inOTrningi saeWoth. ana ashes! for State Senator, and B. C. Pope and M. i country was in Qatbte;Lower

,'consisting of the followin&persons l : --with a class of politicians the United stet t W. McLeary for Assembly., its foundation,. causing, general; wreck. Canada, fa June, 1832.A '
FOE B rE SEHTATXVE' TO CQITOBES8, Paul A coon.-; ,R.V Biggs. who always aide against their own nation in an iU
time Alexander Bell is the nominee of the fashionable dent$ "
: I. v;Oarnle, George D.JlilIerJ. foreign ecatroverziea' who declared at one The TogoDoats. (D.B
S E. MAXWELL. Samuel that 'the country could not be kicked into a war, Democrats x>f Hamilton county for the As fa Philadelphia been by a
1 _,- O.'DelL! Boffington and then proclaimed it nnhecomlng a;moral sad The ,Meyers, C pt. Rosstgnol, and the b I highly
:W.'D. Ward Samuel Fairbanks.. victories. He is opposed by Joseph R.Haddock ,respectable 'young:' lady
'. reUgtou eOJl. to rejoice d th.ir on sembly. Mount,Pleasant, Capt. Willy, seem to be 0 committingan
,The order of speaking was that Mr.: Maxwell -. who declared thai the.scqoiaitioa ot hoatet.na mammoth w., formerly of this county. busy even in these dull times. Scarcely a ontragr upon h person, while she *,
CF" Copies of the "N ewa"may be had should'first address the assembly for but a collection 'of 'pile1eouohiss; of St. Johns have was under
U 'the The Whigs county administered
'ell gnus, and bull frogs, and then pronounced day passes but they are employed in tow- tht1a clrotor *
at T. M. Mc3IWen's'Apothetary Hall',: one hur;to be followed by any Whig.that garden nf the Union riven' sp to slavery receive J, who nominated John Drysdale for the House.; ing vessels! up and down the river-a great Co purpose : ot uPon
street Mexico
Day appoint\ for that prayed that our troops is> might ,, her teeth. Dr. Beale has
he Conventkm'on
Whlg party might purpose 'hoepitable.crave with bloody)hands,' and then selected The Democrats hold a convenience to shipping as they wait for pblh

'' Appointments. for,the same space of time, and Mr. the commanding general there as the representative 29th iost. for the purpose of nominating neither:wind or tide. We are glad to see a card asking the public t
Mr. Hixwzix, Democratic candidate for Confress his of their principles who denounced Ip t
Maxwell to have the conclusion,it being their candidate. opinion until the facts
win address the people of EM Florida ia California worthless except as affording our Paci- these aids to commerce introduced on our a elt
appointment.The fie squadron a harbor at San Francisco, then fill* Sylvester Bryan is the Whig nomineefor river each additional facility assists in The Emperor of '
accordance with the following appointment t annexation of ; t Fr b'
r Saturday,' 12 August, Jacksonville. place meeting was inllart's square, Texas it with so emigrants grossly illegal: who declared and unjust the that the act the House in Levy.county.Capt. opening our resourcesand, adds to the mar- been proving h bravery t t people ofCalias

.Monday, 14" Black Creek. where a large and respectable audience would have -no binding force,' and then claimed Philip Dell is the Democratic candidate itime importance of our great artery the by "sppi on the Ire from his,
,
; Thursday 17" SL Augnst n. assembled. Mr. Maxwell's exposition of great consideration for their assent Units\ admission for re-election to the House of Assembly in and
19" Palatka. of St. Johns River.
Saturday Into the Union! These are among the class consistent yact gn'.1r p1
l Monday, : 21" Enterprise.Mkanopy. Democracy was an able and lucid one, crea- men who are now shocked that insolenceto in Alachua county. boldly Cd. T: :' ,

.. Thursday 26 24"a Ocala ting a marked effect upon the audience their own countrymen ODd outrage upon then andgrieved Major John Parsons has been nominatedat lion.A. E.Maxwell. aknoled grand ,shouts.
Satuday have been rebuked, and who are frightened ej
Monday; 28" Flemtogton. His own course in Congress and that of the lest some BritiA property may have I a meeting of both parties in Uernando Mr. Maxwell, having visited the Democrats 've l'Eperer. lt

Wednesday 30"II Newnansvill Administration was triumphantly vindica- been injured, or Cspt. Jolly not sufficiently respected county for the House. of Magnolia and Middlebnrgh, returned of valor on the part of the nephew 'o'the l\
1 Thursday, 31 Providence. They could not wait for an official account
l Saturday, 2 Sept, Alligator. of the affair! before making up and prononncmff; I The Democrats of Jefferson county have to Jacksonville and left to-dayWednes-( uncle, who at the bridge of Lodi'

Monday 4 White Spring ted.Gov..Brown having failed to be present, their jadgment, (this would be too hazardous, for nominated Capt. Daniel Bird, sr.,for the day) to fulfil his appointment in St.Augcs- and at fg
of
the truth generally destroys the plausibility
It there Whir Party at the North!-I Geo. W. Call, Esq., was called to the standto their complaints,) but strained every faculty to Senate, and Major Joshua Taylor John U time. Bragg (Dem.) has been elected fa.

ItAboltlonlzedt speak in behalf of the Whigs. That gen- create prejudice against their own government in Dewitt and Bunton W. Bellamy for theHouse. Rain. Nor by a gain oa Pkrce's
the case, so that when it came before the pat Carol mjr
I The Republican is at length out with its tleman, although an accomplished and ingenious jury of the people the verdict might be influenced So scarce and wanted in the earlier part ity of 1,80. The Sent will 3

promised extracts from Northern Whig lawyer, was enlisted, for once, on by an unjust bias." Capt. Wm. Fisher has been nominatedby : of Summer is now being diffused in most democrat t 2 whigs, and U House of

journals, to prove that the Whig party at the weak side of the case ; and the arrowsof The Steam Mills of the St. Johns. the Democrats of Leon county for the liberal quantities. Showers that are showers Commons 6 democrats to 57 whig making -. .

i ,. the North is disbanded orabolitionizec sophistry and sarcasm which he hurledat We had hoped to have received from par- Assembly, in place of Maj. Beard, declined. are frequent ; and wo .doubt whetherthe a majority on joint blot cf &

his fell harmless from the The Democrats of Columbia have most favored moist region of the earth The
Those extracts are from the New York opponent, ties directly familiar with the mills on our county Empire City arrived at New

i i Commercial Advertiser and Albany States Democratic proof mail,which contained nota river specific information with which we nominated William U. Cone for the Senatein can boast of better in quality, quantity York from Aspnwa having one '

+ ; Register, Silver Grey or Fillmore organs, flaw. In the concluding speech of Mr. could have given a general history of each place of Dr. J. S. Jones, declined. The on shorter notice. As for the lightening. specie and 40 on b m.

i who, with an acknowledged hostility to the Maxwell, his opponent,, who had provokedthe mill, with the personal history of its erec- nominees for the House are J. L. Baisden and thunder, they Sash and speak for them Cvine had touched a

I institutions of the South, would still maintain contest, was not particularly spared. tion, ownership, and other items; in the and Garret Vinzant. selves. Gen Robert Capblr0'e

; I a position, by which, at some future Upon the conclusion, the audience, by meantime, however, we propose to give the We understand that the Whigs of that ti 3 The remains of Cot Charles Loring sul to ln b bn appointed by the

.; time, they hope to cajole the South out oft the invitation of the Chairman of the day, result of our observations of the different county have nominated Col.A.J. T.Wrightfor passed our town on the steamer Welaka, Prideut to succeed George N. SaUr

t "-, Totes to suit their own purposes. adjourned to the bountiful tables spreadout mills, postponing particulars to some future the Senate, and Joseph M. Hull and on Sunday the 13th inst., on the way to as consul at London. Roger of

I; To prove that these papers are hostile to in the grove and partook of a substantial day, when we hope to record a minute and Elias Osteen for the House. I St. Augustine, where they will be deposited Mississippi, h been, appointed Consul t i

the interests of the South, we have but to dinner; general hilarity and good feel correct description of each mill. We shall tEl. We regret that the communication -! i iiLthe, family burial ground. Colonel Havana.

take the Republican and extract from his ing being the order of the hour. commence at the Bar, and travel upwards, signed a "Looker on" reached us too Loring, although born in North Carolina, The U. S. Mail steamship Paf

extracts, as follows. Party Ties. I glancing at each mill on either bank of the late for the present issue. resided at St. Augustine for many years sailed from New York for Liverpool

i The Advertiser says : The Republican says that "it was time river, as also the stream connecting with it. previous to his going to California. lIe ia 5th inst,with 113 passengers and 8100

One of the most judicious Whigs in this State Eclectic & Home Gazette. a brother of Col. William Loring of the in specie. Among the
enough when national parties are called The May-Port Mills.These mills were passengers 1&Ho
thus writes t To my mind the path of duty WM The Southern Eclectic$ Georgia Home
never plainer or more direct. We unit adhere to upon to combine for national elections to formerly owned and operated by K. B. Rifles, who won such merited laurels in the A. D. Mann, assistant Secretary of State of
Gazette been under the
I the organixaticn and the conservative principle. of apply the slavery test to northern men as a Gibbs, now by Parsons & Hoeg, who, the having merged Mexican war. the United States.
the Whig party. The repeal of the Missouri compact above title, now come before us a handsomeand
is a wrong, and an affront! to the free condition of alliance." It is difficult to past season,have repaired them completely -The Democrats of Norfolk have
treat entertaining sheet. It is published by Saratoga Domesticated.:
States. bound to do whatever is practicable nominated Hon. A. Wise fer Governor
i -
conceive how a man faithful and true to and added some desirable improve- Henry
very Those who wish
the of
appropriate and constitutional, to secure restoration James A. Smythe, Augusta, Geo. to enjoy water
of the great has been viola- the interests of the South,can entertain the'opinion ments.. Situated near the Bar, convenientfor these celebrated Springs,without the trouble on ri

ted, aid to counteract the mischief intended by the that it,is "time enough" to do jus- vessels, in a healthy location, of good Georgia Blister Critic. and of will call at Got.Rer, otK will, it is
4 Nebraska movement. But in our efforts! to correc expense travelling,
i evils, however aggravated, let us be guided by; tice to a section of the Union, or rather to capacity, being able to saw from four to This is the title of a monthly journal the 'Apothecary Hall," where Mr. McMil Mid leave for that on t
and sober instead of which we find upon our table, devoted to October next
reason judgment, giving way obtain'equivocal promises therefor, when five millions feet per annum. This mill is lt
i to the first impulses of passion. IV must secure lan can furnish it as cool and effervescing as
of Southern Medical Literature
the development Lewis (Dem.) been elected
t redress of grievances by legitimate and eonatitnlional the excitement of a pending Presidential principaly supplied with logs from Nassau from the fount that first produced it. h t
1 means, not by mutual reproaches and threatsof election, and the mighty impulse of party River. Engine about 76 horse power. A and tho exposition of the diseases Cons from the Parkersburg district,

disunion. zeal, for a moment harmonizes the conflic- Plaining machine, as also a Grist :Mill are and physical peculiarities of the negro race. Personal Intelligence.The Virginia, to fill the vacancy occasioned by

: There :we hare the matter in a nut-shell: ting elements of the whig party ; tranquil- attached. By A. A. Ramsay, Atlanta, Geo.-Terms, esn't-get-away club is as cheery and I discease of Hon. J, F.Snowgrass by over

lift oar efforts" to correct evils however aggravated izing and silencing the few who have at The Amelia Mills.Erected by the pre- $1 00 per year in advance. social as could be wished. Like good boys : 500 majority.

they would stand nominally on times had the patriotism to denounce those sent proprietors, Bellechasse & Finegan, on Sensible. they rotate' around the wide spreading oak The recent election in Iowa b resulted
the old
from
Whig platform; thence at- who prefer party organization to the Union Nassau River, a short distance from the We notice that mammoth Watering Places in Bay street,with true planetary progres- in the election of the entire Whig and
the of the Missouri
tacking repeal Compromise and equality of the States. Nassau Bar. Engine and machinery made to very fashionable and crowded for sion, permitting the sun to shine without ani-/ebak ticket *
1 and
i ..Yorth.l, believing Tesenting that"the there affront will still to the bet Docs theRepublican think it time enoughfor and put up by Moony k; Gookin, at their the last few years, are almost deserted the intercepting its warm rays. 31ay their The Alps tad Herman sailed C

the people of the South to avert the Foundry and Machine Works in our town. present season. Comfort and recreationare shadow never grow less." "Keep shady"is Saturday, 12ih inst., taking, 86,0 in.
s pliant Whig brethren at the South to sus-
tain them in their anomalous position.The peril of .a'coalition with Northern whigs, These mills are of first class as to capacityand being enjoyed in quiet retreats and un- their motto. specie.

from when not onessf his party name, in all the size, and have been successfully opera- crowded localitic-s. This is as it should be ; rs:: lIon. Isaac Swart having resignedhis The sloop-of-war John .Adams is
Quotation the Albany .
ateRegister
... n/anTvt:: <> DravwHi. ... ordered in the Pacific.
.9Va ta ----nlt.- J viOTv 4.5x.ewoharar.e..v Hire supplies the unwarrantable of t l"i
is a still more unfortunate one for extravagance pleasure office as Mayor of Jacksonville, an election
storm? Shall',-c'apply the "slavery test"to the timber mostly. seekers heretofore is curtailed. Kennet's majority over Benton
6; tho Republican. Here is a portion of it: being i is ordered to be held on the 26th inst, i
northern men as a condition of alliance Panama Mills.-The mills
present were
w. yield to none in our opposition to the.Nebraska Elopements. to fill the vacancy. 1,80.
... measure; we have denounced it from the only when, with "Punic faith," the host of erected (on the site of the former mill des- I i supposed that whatever party
We take but what An election will also be held the
could command. scarcely a paper we on same
in as we
beginning language strong northern whigs shall stand sponsors' for troyed by fire January, 1853)) by the comes into power in Spain, she will need
We have regarded is as the wickedest violation of notice an elopement-some melancholy, day for a member of the Common Council,
Y faith, the vilest piece of demagogueism that ever some Presidential candidate whose patrio- Messrs. Gilchrist The machinery and and accept the purchase money in Cub
ludicrous. Wives fill the occasioned the
some run-away withsomebod.r's to vacancy by resig-
dishonored the political history of the country. tism and whose
The that the
principles are conveniently fixtures being mostly furnished by Messrs. news French
This itnitment ve believe it universal among husband, and husbands run- nation of Councilman Ward. Mi.te
tlu jwopk of the North, pervading all clastetan assumed to meet the exigency of the times i Mooney Jk Gookin. The mills are situated with other husband's wives. We h demanded indemnity to the amount of

+' Ill organization political or facial. It is organic Why not apply the test now and all times 1 1 near the mouth of Trout Creek,emptying in away rE ? Mr.J. B. Howell, corner of New- $6,0 for French property destroyed at
t- ia the Northern mind. But the very fact of its suppose it must be attributed to the Wo-
universality shows the folly of an attempt to or- Shall we not be vigilant and cautious; stand- the St. Johns. The timber being mostly nan and Forsyth streets,has for sale a quantity Greytown proves untrue.
men Rights movements or some of the fast
ganise a party, based upon that sentiment alone ing by the men,who, brave and true, stood supplied from the creeks in the neighbor- of Tennant's double strong old Scotch The City Council of Richmond have
ideas of the It is curious fact how-
Beira to all parties; no tuch organirafuiii day. a ,
can be needed, nor eon.any tuch be attain by us in the hour of peril, and who have hood, as also from the banks of the St. ever, that these things do not occur among Ale, pronounced by judges the best article prohibited the sale of watermelons.The .

ed." preserved us from civil strife ? Johns..These mills have been running constantly editors or their help-meets. They have no that can be found for the summer climateof cholera, which fearfully -

1t' Such articles as the above are brought Bombardment of San-Juan. and quite successfully. time for such romancing. the South. fa Albany,N.Y., idp.rag

forth by the Republican to prove that there The Kingston (Jamaica)Morning Heraldis The St. Johns'M'dls.Erected some two .From the Kevi Orleans Delta. zThe: next regular meeting of the The Meco is still
is still a portion of the Whig party at the The ol the United Stales.The
f very indignant about the bombardmentof years since by a company, now owned by Army St. Johns' Fire Engine Company of this progressing.
North who are reliable These are specimens J. P. Sanderson & Co. Situated Spanish Consul's paperwhich he calls VENEZUELA.-The war faction
San Juan and wonder for ; at Long will be held informed
no
a large por- "El city as we are on o
Americano
of conservative sheets that Compilador but which
Whig are tion of the inhabitants of that delectable Branch, very conveniently on the northern ought to be called the "Newgate, Calendar Friday evening,September 1st,at the Court still rages fa this unhappy cut. A

to stand by the South, and that Southern Tree City" were previously sable subjectsof bank of the St. Johns. The engine and machinery : and Chronicle of Horrors,"as it is devoted House. It is to be hoped and presumedthat colonel o the re"olution for 500>

"Whigs are to affiliate with Of course, made and set Messrs. Moon- to the record of murders men were taken prisoners and then
exclusively
her Britanic Majesty,or, in other words, up by street the attendance the part of the Com-: m
Southern Whigs wash their hands of Northern Jamaica niggers. It says that Britain has ey &; Gookin. These mills are of the usual fights, and steamboat explosions, got up in pany will be large. dered.

Whig Abolitionism-but, they have a size and capacity and are in successful Op the most approved blood-and-thunder.style Hon. Mr. Bart, of South
ships enough laid in ordinary which : Canu
up to all ideas of freedom
and
{ scare
chosen band of which the above is a sample republi- JG3T"Otard Brandy,for medical or other been Governor of
eration. appointed
could be speedily equipped, for the purposeof canism out of the heads of the Cubans, b ebr
the of Mr. Flotard
at store
with which they can unite. purposes, on
I and will
retaliating, by the bombardment of New We have now reached the immediate vi- copies, with great apparent satisfaction, the accept

Let us go a little farther than the Republican York Philadelphia and Boston. It leaves cinity of Jacksonville, whence we will re- statement of our regular army which appeared -I Bay street Dr. Washingtonjthe oldest Surgeon ,

and give a short extract from that Liverpool entirely out cf the calculation sume hereafter. in the Delta few days ago. This z The steamer Carolina advertises in the navy and a relative of the ".at
,
makes total
1 reliable Whig sheet, the New York Times. i forgetting that American cannon are as Florida Railroad. officers statement and alL, 10,329 our,which El regular Compilador army, a trip to St. Augustime. She will leave er of his Country" died at the national Cap

This paper, too, deprecates all sectional organization i doubt affair. Jacksonville morning 29th inst. itol on the 5th fast.
near the shores of England as those of England In former issue of this no regards as a very paltry Tuesday ,
as a breaking down of the I a paper we spokeof it is and in the
Whig are to America. Canada too is for- Well, ; very smallness of. The Coffee and porter house Keepers
p&rty-and why? because, as it says : I the prospects of this company to some that regular army consist our real military''', z- The steamer Welaka having undergone in the cities oC Philadelphia and Cmcin-

We have already expressed our belief that any gotten, with its extended and defenseless length,although but briefly alluding to the strength. It is the best proof of our power repairs has resumed her trips between natti have been forbidden retail
to
{ such general movement would end, simply, in frontier, and the Bahamas, which lie so invitingly extension of the road southward throughthe as a nation. It proclaims the fact that,, j i Savannah and our river. She arriv- grog on
'. breaking down the only party by which effective whilst it is to the Sabbath.
any just off our shores garrisoned bya only necessary keep up an
,
t, the aggression of slavery be Peninsula. This is an important fea- ed here on Sunday last in charge of her '
can establishment of 10,329 to defend A abolition to-
tito
our
great meeting was
of uniformed
made, and fall sway and complete ascendency bevy blacks, most of whom ture in the plan of the company, and it is frontiers prevent our forts from former master, N. King.
falling
to political party in which the pro-Slavery bear the original African tattoo showing haT been held at Manchester, England,,on.
+ propaganda has already rood its most effective! understood they have already made arrangements down, and our cannon from getting rusty, Congressional.The the 1 fast the announced
4', ally We have seen nothing change that opinion them to,be stolen property. It will be recollected which insure the construction of the the real military power of the nation consists Among speakers
next is to
ia any respect, bat much on the contrary, to conIrm that several years ago some of the in a population from which a larger number Congress expected regulate to b present we notice the name of John
southern fork of the road either -
at.Yea. white planters of Jamaica expressed a wishto ,terminating of elective fighting men can be drawn than the Alligator stage, and re-cbartcr the Van Buren of the United Stat a S o

the New York Times would clingto the "Meteor at Tampa or Charlotte Harbor. from any other population of the same numerical venerable Sarah Spalding,for the diffusion Ex-President Martin Van .
exchange for the
the Whig party because in that party it "Stars and flag' We presume that until a full survey has force in the world. France's army of speed and travel among men.S" There were deaths by Cholera
sees the only means whereby "an Stripes, and no better way been made of these harbors and of the route of 600,000 men is a mere corporal's guard 3
effectiveopponhon could be devised to effect this than to follow I compared with the militia force of these in Baltimore on the 5th of August
leading to them the choice cannot be Nearly in New-York
to the settled every paper
agressions of slavery out the progamme of the Kingston I States each and all of whom are equal in has rebuked the Tri'ouneforits unwarrantable It by the Arkansas papersthat
t eon be made." With the above facts before journal. They are fully aware of the fact ; but it has gratified us to learn that I the field to the best regulars in Europe.There remarks in relation to the recent affrayat Hon.app,t1 is stumping that

them we cannot see how Southern that not worth the Superintendant of the coast survey i is no part of the United States upon the St. Nicholas hoteL The New-York State for an election by the next Legislature
they are
purchasing, and promptly acceeded to the of the which it would not be perfectly practicableto
Whigs can: have any thing to do with those request Post Dr. particularly condemns it. The to the United States
may be wishing to stir up. a row, so that throw one hundred thousand as good Sat
of the North.It Companyto cause reconniasence to be made, Journal of Commerce says GRAHAM is not
they be taken. soldiers handled a in three Capt of the Cyane who
as ever ,
may gun and never has been a slaveholder. He Hol
and that it will be executed at an early was
is to be supposed that the extracts day.It weeks' time! These are men too who bombarded native of
Humors from the same quarter represent sent at the expense of his uncle, who owned tow a Mary
quoted above are a true index of the is already known to the public that a from boyhood have wielded the rifle
kindly that a British is in up the famous Uarrodsburg: Spring, from Kentucky but now a of Florida.
squadron of the l"e8idt
[ pursuit Civil Engineer in the employ the who are self-reliant, accustomed to fatigue ld
1 1 feelings that, even the most conservative company to New-Orleans. He married Miss A valuable fellow the
Cyane, to wreak upon her a terrible ven- and hardened to all kinds of negro property
are
has been for some time engaged ina exposure. iVATEBBUHT daughter retired
Northern Whigs have toward the institutions past a sea captain -
1 of the South. gence; for the insult 'offered England inbreaking general examination of the ,shores and They are men, too who volunteer to fight living at New Bedford, and niece of of Col. John T. Myrick, o Marianna,

up this den of adventurers, Indians from a sentiment of patriotism, not for pay Capt. MARSHALL of New-York. West Ford was drowned fatheChipblaa
We are very far from wishing to see a and who have waters of Tampa. or spoils That the Compilador may form few sc. So we learn from the Mariana

sectional organization of any kind, and for negroes, proven a perpetual some idea of the fighting qualities of these From Orgeon. -,
Gen.
thorn J. A. Peden.'
in the ,
side of
civilization.
soldiers we direct the attention of its editor
The character of the
gold found Watson the
that near Mrs.
reason have appealed to Southern distinguished vocalist
Now that the nuisance has been This gentleman sailed for Liverpool: in the their conduct New
removed, ; to at Orleans, where Port Oxford is described as being much fell suddenly dead at
Whigs to Jojn with the Democratic defen- another voice is heard in the matter. Mr. Pacific en route for Buenos Ayres,to which there were but seven hundred regulars in. he same as the coarse gold of California,ands on Monday whilst' PIel

ders of their rights, as toe union of South- Marcoletti, the Nicaragua Minister, disre- place he has been appointed by our Gov- Jackson's army; to Buena Vista, where said,to assay.as well. One party of four steamer mor >.t.

'' cm'Whigt with the National Democracy garding his ernment Resident Minister. lie will reach General Taylor had not five hundred regu- men ,took out $6060 in the space of twoweeks.t Emmet
Mosquitian Majesty Gen Temple
English Jars and to various other battles of the The Ad-
; that
.
state the
would be the" to reports yield
very means prevent such. his of destination by British taut General of the State of
of place steamer.
protection it, or the claims of the "Free Mexican and late war in which gloriouavictories the' hand is from
tov $30 to $150.
More than half of per day
r the Northern Democratic obtained died at Albany last Thursday He graduated -
City insists that the United were by this militia C '
States should very : .The repent: warm!weather has produceda
delegation voted for the repeal of the have looked to Nicaragua for an abatementof JG3T" The qualified electors of this Stateare force, not pressed into service,or enrolled wondfiiuT change in the appearance of both at West U Point, and andasoldier.Jfrgg" was highly. et

JIll./. .,' Missouri Compromise, the vote on .tho the nuisance, as he claims it to have been to vote at the October 'election. on the under any compulsory system, but who the growing crops.? a Wheat is ripening fast, e a.ct
'NekraikBw standing as follows: question of "Removal of the Seat ofX&V':,, rushed forward, in number far more' than and will soon De, ready for the sickle. sanguinary row ocurredin e
For. Against. within the dominions of that State. i eminent from the of Talahassee.'fbr were needed or desired, to proceed far, far Lead mines have recently been discovered cinnati last Friday, among sm ,
Northern Democrats 44 43Southern Between England, Mosquito, Nicaraguaand City from home, to encounter, all the trials} 'and near St. Helens. The specimens shownus over the bodies of two of their

';r 55 2 San Juan, we might have had a fine "No Removal. A meeting. wuj_recently perils of campaigns in a foreign land in de- have every appearance of yielding at father and dugt who died ctn
held in Marion the subject fence of the Hag of the republic. That is ice undertook
l ;Northern Whig 00 48 wordy war in obtaining redress for the insults county on least 75 per cent. pure lead. previously. t quell
Southern 14 ,.which proposed resolutions in favor of the true army of the United States, which The Indian difficulties on Puget Soundare the: disturbance en the Irish bowie
7
and piracies of the latter; and the removaL the Compilador may set down at three millions not yet settled. From the Pioneer and knives and pistols and made a"general assault

lb This shows, in strong contrast, with the I"Free City" enjoying immunity during the of effective men, anyone of whom is democrat, we learn that the Indians, who on them. Citn rushed to the'as-

tone of the Whjg extracts of the Repub litigation, could have had a nice time of it, P.T.BAKMUM, .L. L. D.-Some: peculiar! equal to the best soldier in her CatholicMajesty's have been committing;.depredations'upon: sitc.ort after 'desperate

lican-tad makes it evident that a union of in heaping up her enormities.Of nstitution of the North has dubbed the arni the whites, are rather ,formidable in point fght the'Irishmen fired about a
j Cannot the Compilador translate this into of numbers, as well as possessing a ,:sufficient shots on their two cf'thedisorderlies
d1e MrWg'South the
; 'with Showman'Doctor of .Laws.He had opnt
DemOcrate/ course,it is not Britishjourm.1s alone i great .,. Its columns seen addendum to its statement quantity.,of arms to endanger the were remainder
would form's grand NATIONAL'party comprising who trill condemn'the course pursued to ,already, by common consent: been granted. of the strength of the regular ,armyof safety:.of the sparse settlements on the made their escape.t a o't'bU te

1 thief fourths of the Union. SaD Juan. All themti-Americanelemenu the title or H.U.){.B.U. fly.- ': ,e i':"- the United States?. Sound.' '. .. ( gerents. were badly- beaten. ."









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I. .Ad .arced aced stnspIlly the EkCUoawTrA fcnunucatiras.StwFIUng lit' <.KtV J.r:JLT,;Horn.aonsv .!.-* .; T isi'ar Lettera irmalatas;.la ae.P '' n "! .

. 1 > ..,.a roree Ua thus tate.eti"l'MJII Lt Oflh[*of Jackx iiin e.the 15th August,-*M. .u .. -- 'L" "
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to.B.it..w y tU s. sadIhiiar BVI'FUCTOlr A LewisosiaaAdaae.QrW. : _: t : ..: .
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'If ..VLh.Statcgr.NoridsiGcwsI August 11-PervkacFta| W.U.Nibl des Iate, Julia ; : : i #

1 _ft_"'That the. poll at.y "3Iaeblne.9lB 13-+J.$..UoibethSCiCv.WIBUov. Ames James*. Long Lenord M..
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eleetiaa abD be epeu4 aI,'.'dock iD Fla W.S. Allen do? J.Richardson do. Anstae,Job LID 1L..eo.
omn It hat been desideratum
a
1DOmJDr.er u soon thereafter praa oable, > long August 14-Mrs. Curtis Goo, Mr.Philips Ha .Aairva;lob LaveigM,Win J.
the
nod aD"eloe.d at In dock bt tile afer'IIOC&s.c. among mill-men to get macLtoery to do the laborious nOD.A.B.MuweU L(XC.Browardriar. W. B La.signe.J.efD.P.

Z. Be il.fr6rlJwr elLCld4d. nat 1M .1_ work of fiUng saw* Tha gammy fibre of our Tellew H. Ward, do. Brown x-Sarah I- L

torT ahsn r U "y ballot sad each per offering and Pitch Ptoe wean oat saw extremely fast, Barney,Mary Mark 8. n. 1 1
** BanetvDc.W.Brirter Morse Nathan s sa
deliver hi ballot or ? MARINE INTELLIGENCE. .
paper
shall .
to veto fticII bait" so much so, that in the mill here saws have to be Be }aaia l cboweQMn.M.AaalM -
the Boerd
.at the Inseoton or __
UD eoataIa the aam. er names of the person or filed each day of course at a great expense ef time POET or JACtSOVTILUE.ARRIVED. Barney Nancy Capt PeterS.McCaneyS. .

for whoa tJae voter .11I. nte udaJ and material; files alone constitute a great item. Samoa rruda i
,
prances IT. hteDo.U Joba c. ai
a&aaeII y id Boynton Joseph ,
U.<** to which each per Then hare been a good many machine introduced Bryant Calvin Meredith M.
office toK procede
tended by bins tG beehoeen, the the Y'tiac. to obviate and facilitate this department bat so far Aug. 12-Schr. Harbinger.Patten, Boston BstbelG,JJLma'CaMlea 1 : -
lie.pa&ecI oa tbebalWby personga,1. 14-Sehr. ; U
Mechanit Daniels -
they have proved useless either from complication Bummed Mrs.PoUt lIJUl,Kill Isabella r
R M -
N.Y.
That at the Brig Emblem Teung Barren Robert Noeiey, J.L.
& feather tnacUd or! AtUst however we hare a machine 44 M Brig Martin Van Bum Coggins IT.T. C 1fiDft'.Mum Heiley -.
-
peebI efth.pofe.theboa.hallbepabtielyopend sod exposed 10 that which accomplishes the desired ends, simple cheap la-Brig Sarah Wooster Mercer Boston.M Cormben'Aa YaDotte, B.JI.Cbatmaa J1 I
'r see at the Inepeetor!, I' Florence Boston. Wm.MeDermot WI :
that there are no ballots therein; aced ingenious; it moves the jaw, files with machinelike Brig Hopkins Sarah.inova Miner,
tt be seen II II .
may N. T. .
Brig Tyrone Babbett Jams
Mds 1 sot beep again regularity and will An its cost in the S.B. ,
closed .
the 110. paD then be saving uf files to a short period. Seeing is believing 16 Schr.GeL Scott, Stakley Baltimore. Cal;Demry M lnder,ThomasChrtstain !

BitJrOurtacted, Tba& when the and the merits of this machine will be appreciated II. 12-Schr.Anginett Bradman N. Y. ,Charles Muller, Geo. .

Sec Co have received the ballot of any at once by the observer. Oaeof these machines -Bark Douglass Bestack Baltimore. Christais Sarah McCary. Mrs.Amanda
Ian>eeton shall 13-Brig Orion, Perkins Boston. Collins Sarah Mitchell Capt. Edward xra
without opening the tame,orpermitting is now to daily operation at the "Florida M31s"
,* ,,eM fit them examined shall deport of Fairbanks It Gx Parties desiring to purchase CLEARED. Gabon Phillis Mongan, Wm. S.
it to be opened or :
ba the boL or who hare the curiosity to tee it operate, will do Ang. 11.Schr.Galen Olaiette, Baltimore. Cohen Jacob M. D. Moore Henry ; r *'4
? esreteo?Tbat the Clerk well to call and see it o M Brig Poinsett hull Gardner : Chandler, Elisabeth 0.ryifeil "
nether "BDFFIH6IOK
!I. B. il f Campbell J.A. Co. Miss Anna M. THE HOUSE
list of the II 12 W. IL Webber Frankfort.M .
Uneetkm shall keep poll book or -Bng Parks ,
of Miss C. Lewis
Ogier
To the Florida Hers: Schr. Reed Boston. Conway, Mary ,
Madagascar .
YOtftTeVSEC. Claadwitt. ).C. P.PlattCapt .
t Bt further enacted That MMOBM Data Sii:: Having received communication u M Schr. Edward King Harrington Boston. .B021Vi11Op \
the of OB election shall hare been finalTy e1oeedhe from the Granite Insurance Company of New York M Schr. Virginia Griffith Plummer.Trm'd. Dayton, John Jac" :orC
pen John
D Ponds
and count of the rote shaBconunence, city in reply to the report, to circulation that the [ the Summer lecture' aad aeeea- \ -
eaavas B.M. Sam. II.Doap11Jamedl. opened daring prepared
shall be public and shall be completed before Company had failed it may not be amiss to publish ardby,Capt Porton Ctue pt. t 4

M and adjournment ef the Incpeeten. an extract for the satiafact of those concerned. 4 For St Augustine. Dowling Wa.W. Pharabank. R.Mr. Ja1,8 modate Permanent Boarders. TuiIttss =

7. Be further enacted, That the box oe> Naw TORT, August 7th'51. a ;
Sea THE Steamer CAROLINA, L. M. Cox- >}wlmg, John R. Reed Capt.CephasRobbarts ---
contained thereto ban betaken "J. IL JIJC illc-
far opened the ballots McRoiT Agent, Master will leave Jacksonville on Drewy, C.T. John rr. A. S. \.i
shall be found "DBA SIB Your of the 31st received The Ina. BWllf.d '
and if it
out aid counted; : Tuesday Morning, 29th, ins. Drew, S.F. Riley Will(colored) irtc1Yr t Office' Y
tn Danl.I for the same office an found 00 the report that the Granite Insurance Company had _
&U James Baste John IL '
Driggen ;
for SL Augustine. J. W.CALDWELL. AtLNoUu. !
than not failed is malicious falsehood. We have not failed "
a ,
tame ballot or ticket they bunted; E Begets, Capt John DRUGS AND MEDICINE s :
the ballot or tickets to be strong nor do we intend to. '
all Qvir,John Jti et.1apC.Reuben .
sod preferred to be taken to the Court House or I Oar business per month is now double that of the rplJE Subscriber has closed his Store and gone P 'Botierts, Thomas W. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. APOTHECARY HALL $?,
DRUG)IEDICI ESPERlw.ERTk- -
County Site, u hereinafter provided. New York City Companies generally. We learn J. North to bay a new Stock of Clothing and Frenck.Rev.S2Furman S. "*
Sac 8. Bt it further enacted That the canvass that )_. Earl Porter Co, have written to : Furnishing Goods Boots, Shoes Hats Caps, Hoiery I Watter Smith Henry J. B. DO\YELL McMfflen, ,-:. '

being eompleted daplioate certificate of the result I Mr. Demon that the Granite had .. We shall Gloves, A -,which he will oner for sale in the Floyd James Sabaty, MinpFitlp&&rick GROCER PRO\SI WINES
lUll be drawn oft by the Inspector or Clerk,containing I call on them at >n early hour to-morrow morning few Brick Store of Mr. Summers on Bay street, Michel Bpoffurd, Franklin LUMBER INSPECTORS '
to word and figures written at fall length i and learn their authority. Messrs. Sanderson and by the 15th September. G Shaffer R. R.Somlin Corner of New Fonrth-streeta. N. DUNN .a'

the whole number of rote given for each office at i Wheaton Atty's are now here, and we shall arrange aug 19-2t JOHN L.RIPLET. Gordon Augustus Jacob 2 INSPCTOR AND IIEASURES OF T

each election the name of the persons for whom matte to your entire satisfaction very soon. Orindle, D. G. Smith A.H. L CAPELL.GROCE LUMBER.. i
lICh rote for such office were given and the number I "We have settled with Columbus Drew Philip Jacksonville Blacksmithing, Gsrpener,Tony Shoppy J. H, FRUirSjic. .t-
,
of rote to given to each penon, which certificate Fraser Taylor, Ricardaon A Co.,A&,4c-, &&,and AND Gardner. Miss R. C. Sumertin, Mrs.Charlotte PROVO SAW lULLB.f.' .
shall be signed by the Inspector and Clerk; shall attend to the least sum. MACHINE SHOP, Jnmsley, Richard T. By.tL

and that no return shall be rejected for informalityin "Yours Truly, At former Stand of Sedgvick. Gamy, Levi Tyler Hen.Temple T. G. MYERS, EMPIRE MULLS. .
the certificate without there i* clear indication "C11A3.G.CUKTISS,SeVy. 2H Patrick GROCERIES PROVISIONS Parkhurst t Jackjo ..
BURNISHES Ploughs of all kinds, Timber Car- Ic Perkly, Coy
of mad in the proceedings. Also from the State Mutual Marine and Fire Insurance ? stages, Carts, Chains for Mills, Mill work of Hull, Joseph Turner D. McNeil Newnan-Street s
&a- 9. B* it further enacted That the pollbook Company of Pennsylvania: all kinds. Sugar Mills, Ac.EVParticular Harvey J. B. Tamipseed Adam F. MECKLENBERGH MILLS. .K

,iv list of voters hall be certified nod eigued "HAXBCRO August 9th, '54. attention paid to Steam Boat and Elighster,Miss Susan r. J. SANTO, Blackwood & Taylor, Jacksonville.

by the Inspector* and Clerk which shall, together "J. McRoBT, Agent JaelciontiUe Saw Mill rfp&r ng. Wheelwrighting done at shor- Holmes Mrs Emmal Crich Jacob FRUITS, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
of the election '
with one of the certificate of the result "DBAS Sin: Yours of July 31 is this day receiv est notice. !Jtf All orders left at the store of S. Bateley, John C. V. Bay Street. CAROLINA MILLS.

and the ballots strung u provided in section ed. We this day accepted CoL Broward's draft; X. Williams will be promptly attended to. Houston, John Tans 1 J. Kelly t C endorsed 'Elec-
7, after being endoeed!ealed.and have heretofore accepted draft of II.Tunanns; have aog 19-tf J. A. FARMAR. Elenraty John W. ,
tion Returns be carried to the Court House or paid Bloodgood house and instructed Mr.Millerto Harding J. H. Williams Jackson H. J.BD.IAXRAGRCER S SASH FLORIDA I LLS. J.

Hat of Justice, by one of the Inspectors, to be determined draw for the other losses which I presume issatufartory. is hereby given that application win Hart Isaac Wines Luke & \ Fairbanks t COL, Jacksonville. '
by lot, if they cannot agree; and in case, NOTICE to the next General Assembly EIaines.A.W.Holmes Whitby JohnWilliams &DOOR .

from any unforeseen cause the Inspector chosen "Bespeetfally, A. J. GILLETTE SeTy.a. the State of Florida, for an amendment of the Hector Miss Nancy C. flay Set. PALMETTO MILLS.H. .
cannot carry them,he may send them by a trusty I Charter incorporating the Town of Jacksonville J Warier Henry Sollee Jacksonville.

person: Provided the came be a legal voter of Palatka and Bayport.We aug 19-3m Jennings, G. S. West MerianWeitfle MERCHANDISE.BISBEE I
aid County sworn to deliver them a* hereinafter Joy Capt S. D. Charles! PH02N1X MILLS. '
!
provided that he receive, u compensation for his find the following among the acts OTICE.-APPLICATION will be made to K Williams Copt John A. & CA? OV A. Stephens t Foster Jacksonville. ';

services the ran of ten cent per mile, going and passed at the last session of Congress.Be the next General Assembly for a Charter Kelly Tyne Wilson Wm W. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES ,

returning, to be paid out of the County Treasury it enacted by the Senate and Houseof uthoriiing the construction of a Railroad from Killmar, S.F. Walker John M. AND PROVISIONS.Commission CLIFTON MILLS.
and that loon such Inspector, or other person in- Cedar Key to the Georgia State liDo in the direct Kelly Geo. Witthans ErichKieffer
Representatives of the United States of Taylor Richardson A Co Jacksonville.
trusted with the returns of said rotes refusing to lion of Macon,Geo. ang 19-3m Rubin Waters James and Forn-W ,
America in assembled That Pal- I'
deliver the tame, [het] shall be subject to indictment Congress L Win, Outtaro Suanna SPRINGFIELD JHLLS. .,
and OB conviction, to be tined not exceedingone atka and hypo in the State of Florida, NOTICE is hereby given that an application Long, D.J. Williams David J. BaJSe. E. A. DrCOTTE3y; Jacksonville.
lIIIdrecl4oUan at the discretion of the Court. shall be, and are hereby created ports of i made to the next session of the Genera Lord James Williams, James

Sac 10, Be it further enacted That on the delivery, respectively, and shall be 1:111.fj.ao-incorporation of a Bankto Persons tailing for any of the above letter will BURTON ,GRVE.S CITY MILLS.

third day after an election except in the Counties to the same regulation and SUbject.. be please say that they are advertised or they may 8 T&1J1 PROVI. I J. G.Butler t Co, J'aebouTiIIe.OODrS
of Monroe Dade,and Orange which shall be the other of in the United aug. 12-3m not get them. WM. GROTHE, P. M. DRY GOODS GROCERIE
ports delivery }
tenth day it hall be the duty of the Inspectors of ; August 19 '54. lSS, MILLS.P.I4X"CJyJacbomiIIe..
the different precincts or persons intruded with I I and there shall be appointed a surveyor of Notice.: Holme"'a Bay-Street .

the returns to meet at the Court Ifoasa, or County the customs to reside at each of said ports, I A PPLICATIOX will t. made to the next Gen. Alacbna Military Institute. R. ..
eras for Charter
amendments to the
Site,, who, or any two of them, with the Judge of I who shall, in addition to his own duties, of the Florida Assembly Railroad II. E.HOLMES, BELLECHASSK JINEGAN'S MILLS
Company. [(july233mJacksonville
Probate shall form aboard of canvassers for the I also perform the duties and receive the salary I taI DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROV- BeGechaese Finegan, JackeonvilK. .,
be the of said board to .
County and it shall duty Bions Crockery Hardware
and emoluments of and Alligator Plank Road Bt .
surveyors ]
proceed publicly to open the returns, and to can- 'I prescrib-I Jbo REED t HOLMES'S MILLS. .
rats and count the rote given for the several ed by the act of Congress passed Company. JESSE T. BEBHAKOA., M., PKI5CIPAL, and Shoes.Clothing, 4c

per for each precinct in regular order com second day of)March one eight I NOTICE is hereby, at the given next that session an application of the General will ted by competent attittant. BStrc.I. Reed & Holmes Jacksonville.

mencing at the first precinct hundred and thirty-one, providing for the i Assembly of the State of Florida for an amend- SECOND SESSION of this Institute,which E. W. CLARK. )IA PORT MILLS.

Sea 11. Be further enacted, That the canvasser payment duties on imported goods, at I ment of the Charter of the above named Company TllE located at Newnansvifle! Fla, will commence DRY GROCERIES, PROVIsions Hoeg 4 Parsons,

shall then make and sign a certificate in certain ports therein mentioned, the same july29-3m on the 3d Monday in July and close on and general 1Ierbd. Mayport Duval County FIa
to remain on file, as now prowledby ,
triplicate,one Friday before 3d Monday in December.As
entitled. "An
the -lu-
law, the other two to be cent to the Secretaryof I being act allowing Jacksonville & Alligator Plank Road a location, no healthier can be found; and as Ba-Ste. PANAMA MILLS.E. .

State or Speaker of the noose, by different ties on foreign merchandise imported into Company. Military School it should preferable others; I* D. AMMER3IAN, .'
nails immediately after the canvass; such certificate I Pittsburg, Wheeling,Cmcinnatti Louisville, AN Election for nine Directors of this Company for not only is the Student's mental training attended DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, R. Cnchrist Panama Dun County.

to contain in words and figures written at I St. Lou Nashville and Natchez, to be secured I is hereby ordered to be held at Jacksonville to, but also his moral and physical Every Hats. Caps Shoes, tc- Post office at Jacksonville. .

full length, the whole number of rotes given in ana paid at those places," and said on the twenty-first day of August next. cadet according to the regulations ia required to Holme'. Bt ST. JOHNS ..
County for each officer, the name of the persons By order of the Board : wear the uniform therein prescribed tans rendering &B-Strd
Palatka be made and annexed to be
for whom such rotes for such officer were given, a part I GEO. W. CALL himself more liable to detection when engaged N.WILLIAMS, J. P. Sanderson k C. ,

and the number of rotes*o given to each person. collection district of St. John's in said .I. July 13.1333,-IS-td Secretary. a improper conduct Again the manual of arms F13IES D P Post officeat Jacksonvill-

Sea 12. Be further enacted That the certificate State ; and said Bayport be made a part I II taraUiii*. >fci .11 ii-t La' !-. : .t .i DRY G.9 Q .-
of the election for Governor shall be sent by and annexed to the collection district of, Icchaulcs,Inventors and Manolaeturera. periods and this with the aid of military discipline NASSAU MILLS. .

mail as provided section 11, to Speaker of the I I 1, St. Marks's, in said State of Fljnda; and I 570. IX CASH PRIZES. $570. Establishes him in a firm, graceful and manly carriage Ba.SI BeCechasse & Finegan Nassau Rivac. .

House of Representative, and the certificate of Post office at Jacksonville.ORANGE .
all the privileges and facilities afforded to VoLUXETcxor ins 'SCIMTIHC AMERICA G. II. SMITH.COMJHSSION .
the result of the election o f Member of Congress Terms Session of five months,
the 16th of It is per MERCHANT AND AUCTIONEER.
: Cincinnati! Louis commences on September. chiefly -
the fittsburg, Wheeling -$300 MILLS.
and State Senator, shall be sent to Secretary Primary Department, -
devoted to the advancement of the interests of Afc-
of State as provided section 11, and the certificate ville, St. Louis, Nashville, and Natchez by chanict, Intentort,2d
or certificates for member of the Assembly, the act of Congress aforesaid, be, and the u.l is edited by men practically skilled in the arts Senior - 24 00 Hol"BySld
shall be delivered to them, on application as now extended to the said PHILIP DELL, MAGNOLIA MILLS.
came are hereby ports anot sciences. Probably no oth r journal of the PARKIICRST & ADAMS,
provided by Uw. of i'alatka and Bayport.The same character is eo extensively circulated or so Pena Board of Tnuteet, 4c &c. T. G. Hendrick,Magnolia Fla.
Sac 13. Bt it further enacted That an acts esteemed for its ability. Xear- July 22-tf Ncwi& n ile, Flo.fTTAXTED GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, ,
and parts of acts inconsistent with the true intent Grejtowii Affair. Iv nerilly: all the Valuable Patents practical which issue weekly Near R.W. Biggs t Co.'s Foundry, BURLINGTON JHLLS.

and meaning of this act, be and are hereby repealed. While monarchical influence from the Patent Office are llu.trwlrilh Engrav -A GRADUATE cf some MILI- __BayStreet.AMBLER Sadler A Co_ Post office Mandarin Fla.-
oppressesand VV take of
IXSTITCTION ti charge
{ and the claims of all the Patents are pnbuBed TARY UOEG,
net,
overshadows of this conti-
any portion the Military Department in the Institute. Also a PALATKA MILLS.

Graduation BI1L I nent,the tranquility of the American Union bus making regularly it a in perfect its columns SciESTirc u they AID are JlECHlKI-issued young lady, competent to instruct in French Music DRY GOODS, GROCERE PROVI Palatka Steam Saw Mill Co, Palatka. '

Be it enacted by the Senate and Home cf Eepretentatirc must be subjected to constant interruption.This E5CTCUHDIA of information the subjects and drawing can obtain a situation by writing ., 4c

of tit United State of America inConfrttt truth is so often illustrated that it can CAL of Mechanical Improvement upon, Chtmeitry, to me. PHILIP DELL. Bay-St. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS-
That all of the lands
resembled public no longer be gainsaid. Gradually, however, Engineering and the Science generally. It is J. MODE. JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY AND
have been in
of the United States which shall mar J. Mcllobert Baker
ket for ten years or upwards prior to the time of all parties yield to a sentiment which at published weekly in quarto form suitable for binding DRY GOODS,CLOTHING HATS, CAPS, MACHINE WORKS.

application to enter the same,under the provisions first so many were prompt to assaiL We Sixteen, and Pages each volumes of Heading contains Matter Four, Several Hundred Hun-and ATTORNEY. AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN ROOTS AND SHOES, Ace Mooney A Gookin.

of this act,and still remaining unsold,shall be subject are on the threshold of great events. We deed Engravings with a fall and complete Index. CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, lStru FOUNDRY MACHINE WORKS AND '

to sale at the price of one dollar per acre; live in an age when nations die that do not Its circulation on last Volume exceeded 23,000 AND
and aO of the lands of the United State.that shall L. M. FULSOM. BLACKSMITHING.
advance. The improvements of man copies week, and the practical receipts in one
have bee. in market fur fifteen years or upwards ane so rapid and so signal that dis volume per are worth to any family much more than Commissioner for the Atlantic and Gulf FURNITURE. SASH, BLINDS&DOOR.Ora R. W. Bigjts A Co. ______ .
still shall be Store
and H.
unsold
as aforesaid remaining States. ,
the subscription price. E Home Bay6.
and tent countries are made neighbors in morerespects TAILORS.
subject to sale at seventy-five cents per acre; The following CASH PRIZE are offered by the tag. 5-ly .
an of the lands of the United States that shall have than one, and the slightest change Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of snbecri- G. C.ACOSTA, K.II. DARBY, .
been in Market for twenty years or upwards U in the remotest is felt to the J. 8. JlUR OCR, FRUITS CONFECTIONARY AND ;
governments will ,
ben sent in by the 1st of January,1855:-$100 ____Merchant Tailor. BayStreet.DAGUERREOTYPE _
aforesaid and still remaining unsold shall be subject furthest extreme of civilization. Principles be given for the largest list; 975 for the second; PhyBioiztaa, SODA FOUNT. ,. <

to sale at fifty cents per acre; and all of the are made doubly important under such $S5 for the third; $S5 for the fourth; $50 for the removed his office from apposite the Bnf- Corner Bay and CcStnc ARTIST. y.s."
lands of the United State that shaft have been in HAS <
circumstances and that which has been fifth ; its for the sixth; $40 fur the seventh; $35 House to his dwelling on Fonyth-st.. .
W. GRAVES
market for twenty-five years and upwards, as for the eighth; $30 for the ninth; $25 for the tenth; nearMra Doggetfs. July li-ly HOTELS. M. "'' .
aforesaid and still remaining unsold shall be subject called abstraction is daily shown to be fact $20 for the eleventh; $15 for the twelfth; $10 for Rooms, on Forsyth-Street. .

to sale at twe lIty-!ve cents per acre; and all When Mr. Monroe enunciated his doctrinein the thirteenth $5 fur the fourteenth. The cash Bt M. Pearson, BUFFIXGTON ROUSE Da. FRAME .

lands of the United States that shall have been in regard to European colonization on the will be paid to the order of the successful competitor AT LAW. BY SAMUED Rooms Bisbee A Canova's, Store .'
ATTORNEY over
market for thirty or mere shall be subject to ,
yean : western hemisphere, he was denounced and immediately after the the 1st of JU1W'1.1SS5. .
sale at twelve-and-a-half cento acre: Provided, Jacksonville.FU. BaySerxtBAKERY. .
per TiRXf:--One one year $2; one copy six MAGNOLIA
derided; and when by the course of events copy JOTEL '
extend I
This section shall not be so construed as to months $1 ; five copies, six months,$4;ten copies, BY A. .
this doctrine found and important
to lands reserved to the United States in acts granting was a practical 15 McIntosh
twelve $
six months, $9; ten copies months ;; McQueen .
lands to States for railroad or other internalimprovements one, almost the whole whig party fifteen copies, twelve month, $22; twenty copies 1L KOOPMAN, a- .
,or to mineral lands held at over one took bold and bitter ground against it. The twelve months, $28 in advance. ATTORNEY AT LAW, RETAURNT.pn & < ," .

sle/lsr an twenty-five cent per acer affair A Greytown is a legitimate and a predicted Xo number of subscriptions above twenty can betaken Jacksonville, E. F. : flX T L BIL JEWELPY.5
SBC. 2 And U further enacted That upon of British at less 11.40ea Names can be sent in at RET
very reduction in price under the provisions of consequence occupation different times and from different Poet Offices. Felix Liriogston, SAOOY, C. a.OAK "
where there was no right or reason for such Paul .
this the and settler the lands By CaT
occupant spot Southern and Western money taken for subscrip B Newt Clocks -
ahaO.have the right ef pre-emption at such graduated occupation. Precisely such results were anticipated tions. AlTOR1IEY&COmrsELLOR AT LAW Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Goods.Cutlery

pries upon the same terms, conditions restriotSeas by some of the wisest American Letters should be directed postpaid to Men A Jacksonville E. F, BLACKWOOD 4 Co.'a RESTAURANT, Ac, Bay-Street., ,.. :

and limitations, upon which the public lands statesman when the Clay ton-Bui wer treaty Co. 128 Fulton-Street N. Y. TTTTLL attend to any professional business envy BSruE ,.j
of the United States are now subject to the right trusted to him in the Court of the Eastern WM. GROTHE, ..
was comsummated. And now that the administration Messrs. Mew* Co. are extensively engaged in -
ef pre-emption until within thirty days precedingthe Circuit and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee.He RESTAURANT, Watch-maker and Jeweler
'
for inventions and will advise ELIS ,
has been called to account for procuring patents new with t
next graduation to redaction that shall take has also such an advantageous connection BvUdinf, Bay-Strut.
Pottle
without in regard to the novelty S.d ;i
place;and if not so purchased shall again be subject refusing to treat this Greytown "protect inventors charge an able Lawyer at Washington City u will ensure : ;

to the right of pre-emption for eleven months, rate" a* a genuine British dependency, instead of their improvementl.ID __ a prompt and speedy collection of such claims u TABACCONIST. C. OAK A SOX, -

aa before, and so on from time to time, as reduction of, as it was, a lawless band of men the Circuit Court of Putnam County may be placed in his hands against the United Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns, Pl*> 0''

take place: Provided That nothing is this assuming to act under the authority of England Eastern Circuit of Florida. States July F.5.1IERNANP tob/Ae. Bay-Street. .,
,
act shan be so eonstrned u to interfere with any Executor of the lad Will aDd SNUFF, /jfD b'GAR
Robins TBACCO.
friends
of course their whig are indignant Anthony
Phillip Eraser. .
right Ueh has er accrue by virtue of any boas ,
may Testament of Conrad Van Dohlen late of said S u HaA LIVERY STABLE,
and aroused. The Sew York Tribune
AT LAW.
act 71 pre-emption to actual settlers upon ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR House. ..
County dead ComplainantA C. at Baffiington '
Bliss
public eds : is grossly offended and the echoes of; JacktonxiU Flo., W. By '
A.Van Dohlen and others, the Heirs and Creditors :
8>o 3. Ad t* it further enacted That any that polite newspaper take up the same cry. DefendantsNTII0 attend to any professional business en- NOTARIES, Ac: '. 1" :. .
penon apptyvg to enter say of the aforesaid lands We are glad however, to see that such a of said Estate WILL_ to him m the Court of the Eastern B. M. VEARSON, "

ahaB be required to nuke affidavit before the the,Philadelphia Ledger influential A T ROBINS, Executor as aforesaid Circuit and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ATTORNEY AND COU SEOR F. c. BARRETT;
register or receiver of the proper land office that paper as _ji having filed his Bill on the Chancery side of He has also such an advantageous connection with Office the Court Hou Commissioner for 'i
and Opposite
he er she eaters the same for his or her own use, whith all classes takes a juster this Court suggesting the probable insolvency of aa able Lawyer at Washington City aswill ensue Notary Public -i-

aad far the purpose of actual settlement aad cultivates more comprehensive view of the Gre town said Estate: I t is Ordered,That all persons having a prompt and speedy collection of inch dabr. u -FELIX LIVINGSTON several States. =;

er for the use of an adjoining farm er plantation affair. .Union.TrcmcBdu claims against the said Estate as Creditor or oth- may be placed in his hand against the, Gaited LAW JUDGE OF Qfflet at Buffing Ha- .' sJg' .Y
owned or occupied by him or himself and, erwise do file their said claims with the Clerk of State. AT PROBT -
together with said entryr be or she has not acquired Excitement In Jamaica-RRmorcd this Court in and for the said county of Putnam 'Jul.8- Office in the Court o. JOHN H. H. BOUBS, : .

froet the United States under the provisions of Pursuit ot the Cyane by British on or before the twenty-fifth day January, AJ, J. B. Coke MCINTOSH, Notary Public. "

this act,More than three hundred and twenty acres Ships. 1855. And that this notice be published in some ATTORNEY'A'L.V MCQ.UEEN LAW Q Ie.at Bujlngttn HIM._ a .
aeeordiag the established surveysj aad if any destruction of Newspaper in this Circuit once a week until the ATTORNEY AT ,
person er persons taking such oath or affidavit The announcement of the expiration of said period. July 7 Nmr.anillc J14. .' 11 Office on Bay-SU in Mr. Ochus'House.C.BROWARD DANY'AGENCIES.A. .-.' "
ehan twear falsely to the premises he or she shall Greytown had caused intense' excitementat Given under my hand at Chambers,this nineteenth

be subject to all Ute pains and penalties prejary. Kingston, Jamak ,and report was cur day of July, A. D- 1854. SpLith & Bradford ,. M. REED .

paM Howe of Representative!, April 17, rent that sererel English hip had startedin [Signed] WILLIAM A. FORWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Agent of the Bank of Charleston.. '

1654.1tGd pursuit of the ,American sloop-of-war Judge efuit Cirevit Court Qf the ATTO RNKY AT LAW OconOt Oeo.a-Shades
Eastern Circuit of Florida.I L ... s
sJOIfN W.'OL'nT, Clerk. Cyane. HEREBY CERTIFY that the above a true Z011CI70B 1M CHAHCjai, P. FAER. J. W. BRYANT:: !

eanrol'1lla.Property copy of the Order on file ia my office. Migator and ffevnannUU Fla.WILL ATTORNEY Agent of the Bank of FairfieM,&'C.Qfflct .

Notice. Tremendous Conflagrations Wimss, my hand and the Seal of office at the attend promptly to an business entrusted Office o ForsythStC.W.CALU is_Hotmt Bt BogfresfcTHOMAS .'. -

QEC 05THS from date,undenigned AdO dettroyed to the value of half amillion Court House in Palatka this 19th day of Jr:' A. to them. .

,.mtoMtratorof the EstW el J.B. Cole.1I in San Francisco tone million in .:D, 1854. S.OLIN T', m.wair.axm I I *.>rou, 'ANDREU,
ami/hoain Cohan July26a CUrktfC. C.tf :"Ia1a&a c. Ofloo at AlHntor. I Office at NewaansvUle.jaly AND Tailor Bay-Street *
censed,wffl present final accevnU and reehers,to Sacrantnto,and half ATTORNEY COUSCR Draper and .
the Don.Judge of Probate for Putnam coney,for bio .a Office o B '
,etOement and win at ib same time ask to be of the West brings advice from Dissolution Cepar.nenhlp. 1ly.'VIII. I
The Grothe .
Star II B. DORMAN.ATTORNEY :
suck hereby givec'hat ffinr
Admmidr.ter.s
the '
discharged as eopartoenhip Beat.
San Francisco to the 15 ult. being ,two NOTICE AT LAW. It For Bale er to J
-. .. So GLIX'SJa, G.Butler A to, was disdved oaths WATOHMAZEBApP JEWELER. r St.*
uWks, .Aqwd 7,S4. AbtlaWralor. weeks later. twenty fourth of July by mutual consent (ria the OIII t the Pos! 5e&) Office O nTwrrQxr being abowt w biVp/epdst7I-
A large amount of property in the due J.G. Butler ret.bari d to settle the business from Eovpe, again Brt Augustine wo dlspo-rf _

co.rtaenM I oUce.ryu cities of California has again fallen a- preyto of the concern, Prompt payment of .'.' ding HVIG"offer hie services to his old OSANDEBATTORNEY ; J eoasta of-two 1a ad.ialbt- .

nod rrigoed bays this day forae a Ce fire. One hundred and sixty buildings debts due tbj firm U requested. M and the pl generally. With hisexperience AT LAW, said'1JI01MIrtJ pleasantly located a the

L pstftMnbr*each the firm of IferauutnfZUXA. burned in San Francisco and the JOHN G. BUTLER ton the U yean, as a r_ Street. dulling aonse. ominttie*...tieIWcomm&11dl
bad been .
4\ and will eonttoae tbs Wholesale aad aac R.H.LEESE.Copartnership ho hopes to girt entire lahsfeetina West end of Bay streetponan -
'
!- rinr.
of do the
million w.tmer. of
estimated at half gun view
Betail loss was wish behave their work done in a F.J.WHEATON/ a vegetal-- sad
cultivated a* a
CLOTHING f TAILORING BUSINESS.I lars. workmanlike manner. ATTORNEY LAW. 1Soth loss are' -

the aeries ef East Bay sad Queen streets.MATTHIESSE5.. -, Two hundred and sixty buildings were NOTICE hereby given that 1'.have this day. "Wa Clocks and Jewelry' repaired S-tf a. __ .JacJuonvilk.PHYSICIANS.. tower 8euat a lOW Wore the 1.SeptembS'saIpv.mhs .'",

Charleston, S. C. consumed In Sacramento involving A loss! into copartnership for thepnrppt. &W Ja respectable lamfly..
will U rented to a quiet
of
WK. lawtog and lea laabsrlt the Steam Saw .
miHian dollars. be aecoDao
enq
which&wul
Jsl y. P.O'JlAU. one HOI known as.the City Mills under-the Bams; !f Elysian Cologne. ., For terms -' l'jt1l1.ntf
I.sL The' town Ooimnbb had .also' been Il quirt : the subscriber on the premises
eA of
firm and style cf Butter* HLruLJOHN LZtStAN per .
x. .JJ'---.I..36 Pratt CLS. o 9 -4
I.r AJD.ROLLAND.&vSt. Gina
the Utter E
loss in
The .
nearly destroyed. O. BUTLER .
d'Y. ,t..a alii tor _ftI flfJJ.umnu. -fUy. I
r 6d corner t1.nd
ssbammJ place was. set down at half a million.doDara 'vr3-la JACOB E.; SIERUFj.I .,' .t ((ly8 )p rTJCAlJ .,.Jr f oc J' .


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I We paper oIatinedQ an aSU are tux. Harness Depository fresh and genuine. Also ry Tuesday, at 3 ?'M. Retammg, will |MT ,
Carriage tLDPof.ofAqatoy.
I : .. fwid union at tite) option of the Publisher;" Orange and :. 3d Tul4a1 before tU 1st ,, J.J.B.17 RBAP noW'AD, M D, Prof of Pathological Anatomy -i Perfumery, Combo,;Bnnhcn Soaps, PALATLA 80-eVxk/A.M. BLACK CSEKJ'

I RT ADVERTISEMEKTS w21> inaerted pitnamLutTe.d7balr.,Monday to November. the: lit Monday -la 1-o 1lo. AT SotlhWeetComeror'MEETING TH?WHTTK HOUSE, ,and Demonstrator(Anatomy.J. Lamps wbkbwiflbesoldlowforcssb.Country Burning Fluid, &e.,. I 3. P.TheM M, and Steamers.JACKSONVILLE.connect vita>aa fey the,X hterW.(' 'j,

the foUowtog term*!, N01'llnbtr. and WEST/WORTH STREETS .J. WZIT..1t D, AnUtaat Demonstrator. of orders sotieitod and punctually attendedto. Stages of East Florid*, and eotmeeta both wejt,,

One Dollar per qaare,of twtlrt line and under SnmUr.Alachua; 4Ui Monday Sa Kovemker. S 6- C.' rpgE Anatomy.BEQULAR Conn of Lzcnmca, in this In-. Physicians'jvcmiption* put up wit care anddespaich. with UM Ne. York Steamships,Carolina Kaflroada T 7
December. and Boats.'
: for the first insertion and 75 cent for each *abeqaent Marion lit. do.In. CARRIAGES of every description,at the lowest X ititation will commence on the first MondayIn Wilmington '
: In December.3d from Charleston
2d do Ias9i to J.eebolrtttJe. S3 1 tarn .
" price always on hand,.and no article sold except TEAS.
in the March.
insertion. Toy ariy adverUer .a liberal do Deeenbtr.: November and terminate following
> la Picolata aDd
Columbia inch as can be warranted. in the fullest term by lectures will be delivered from Monday Agent for the New York Polio Tea Company. PaJatka.0.', it
diiconnt win be made.fgT St.JoImsl do ia November.s Preliminary For further particulars apply to
1L IL NATHAN.AVm 34
July 8-tt .the 16th day of October until the commencement Teaof direct importation and of varieties,from S
la Koveabat. J.CALDWELL
AU advertisement mutt be paid ft*before n..at 3d clo of Regular CounI",rur which no additional a 1-4 to 1 Ih. inc package all warranted aad at Chariestoa,

Insertion, valea by a regular eostomer. By referring StATiCotmT-Middle Circuit.sraisatsasr. M. Lawton& Co*, al fee will be required. Students have free access extremely low price BELLECHASSB. riHEOAS, ".

:to our terms, tha requisite nm.may boaceer- FACTORS AND to the Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah Country Dealers supplied,by ordering LE.REIDPalaika.STEAM S .JaeksoBTiB

tamed and transmitted with the advertisement 3d :c1a7m April COMMISSION MERCHANTS Hospital. This extensive charity is nader the med accompanied with Caahj
Jenarson 2i *> Ja April S tfo. 13 Southern Whvrf ical control of two member of the Faculty by whom GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS, Ic, CQMMIWICATION. e
t.7'.Aav.rtiaem.lit. not marked with I.hf mm- hI 4o April delivered. In addition to this also hand.
WakttHa Charleston, s.c. clinical lecture are always kept on U
ber Insertion required win be continued .until Leos 3d do in April Wm.X.Lawton I Wm.M.Taylor, they have ample opportunity for learning practical July 8-tf T. McMILLAX. Savannah ana Florida

forbid and charged for.ty Oaxbden lit da in March. B-WainHght Bacon, I| Joseph T.DHLJuly medicine at the College Clinque,which is open daily *
NEW SKYLIGHT THE and SteainfafTP
nev elegant
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4th do inAprd.MadUoa to S -
?**, Don*** will be charged for, all an- Hamilton 8 tf pattents.Dtuinl
Tilt.MadisoOs the part session upwards of two hundred TTpaektl ST. TPflN&, Opt. JAM
noonoemenU candidate for offlce.j in ad vane*. 3d Monday P1l.L In November. Geo. Abbott & Co. case were prescribed for and over thirty Sugireal @ngucrnian (thiJJt1 FKEBMU will lea-se. Savannah every fluids
for aiz months $1000 the of the Students morning at 10.o'clock for Palatka toachiag tO
: ODe! t I Jefferson 2d 'do in November.Wakulla operations performed in presence ,
A'o.96 Eati-Uay (opporiti Bayct 4.Cq'sW7aa ) wt the Maltrial for Anatomical fAvesti"atiol1ll1ril1 the intermediate poktsv;
Legal other Basiieu Card 10 00 in November. Cliniqne.
) lit do
an.
or per Charleston S. C, be abundantly supplied. Fees Mat- TUE Subscriber begs leave to inform,the citizens This boat has been built e"xpresIy for tab traitf
4 .Kotioa to Debtors 700 Leon 3d do iaOotobtr, i Jacksonville and it that he still
aD4.Creditorl : vicinity
hu and
lit do ia October. Dealer.in ncnlation, 15; Full Course of Lectures 310.( ,; Demonstrator large airy state-room accpaunoiiaUoti fo*>
i : .. ,Application for Letter of Administration S 00 Qadsden Ilamllton 4th do in November, SPIRIT CASS AND CAMPIIENE ,tlOj Graduation$30. For farther information continue to keep open hja p& rw. and *i--jr' the Inlapal teats pnsuM

1 I Application for Administrator, 1000 Circuit. with Lamp of every description for the came. address,po-: NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, superior accommodation fur invalid and others/
Sun COCHT-Southern This boat will lc, Jacksonville her
JulyS II. BYRD,M.D., Dean.V. ve oo rctvra
notice for benefit win be chrgtxl second door west of Dr.DelJand's
I ... Editorial private snmta ALSO on Fonyth Street to Savannah every SUl1dr1DCQ at 3 eMoekJ
i l : double the rate of advertising. TBBX. English and American White Lead Paints, \ E. Buker, residence, Fpr farther particulars' 1di9 of CapC fre*.
Levy 4th Monday March, Where he is prepared to take picture in a manner SCLAC.IIOBN I
notices will be inserted of kind Linseed and Sperm born on board, or to
religtons gratuitously.
I .- EJTAn Herasndo 1st Monday in April every SnIP BROKEH AND GENERAL not surpassed by any. U. ha spared po expense I

Hilliborongb, 24 Monday ApriLMoo.roa july Oil Glass Putty, &. tf COMMISSION MERCHANT, in fitting up his Room, having a splendid BI'BEE A CAFOVA* CUNNINGHAM Jaeksoavffi,Fav. 'a.

AU aimiMable personal communication will be let Monday ia May. Whilden July 8 savannah, Qto. tf reception room for ladies, fitted np in a neat andtartefnl jnly3-tf BENET TEASDALE, Palatka.

charged a* advertisement. 'AU TEW, Joseph style, besides his large fine Skylight.enabling
I dealers in Fort & Dunham bun to take picture in groups or singly, in
Opposit1on. L1nc.
2d in October ,
\ _CAU bills of Job Printing must bo paid on Levy Mondry .
weather. lie feels confident of
October.Iiaisborongh Pal t Oils Glass and Ship Chandlery, clear or cloudy CARRYING
llernando, 3d Monday in FACTORS AND TUG U. 8, MAIL
J the delivery of the work.I lit Monday in Noyember.Manroe JV'o. MI.2 Eatt-Bay, giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with BETWBZXPalatka
I I t7 letter on business,and communications, lit do in December opposite P.and M. Bank, Charleston, S. C. COMMISSION SafannaA MBKOH Geo. A TS. acalL He is thankful for past favors antI hopes '
receive continuance of the Those who F1& and Savannah] GeahtideaUthttcay.
to a same. ,
must be pMt paid to receive attention. STATE COURT-Western Circuit HE keeps constantly for sale a general assortment Henry R. Fort. | T. K. Dunham. invited to
of Paints and Oils oI all kinds,Window do not want pictures are respectfully ( .)

fcrwsa TEIUC. Glass and Sashes Spts. Turpentine, Camphene JOHN RICHARDSON, call and ezanung his room and specimens. Via fMeolata Black Creek ud Jaekaoaaonvllle -.

Self-Regulating vTlndmlll. Franklin 2d Monday in April Spirit Gass Tallow Grinds tends, Cordage, Chain FACTORS, July 8tCv.. ORA. Fla, and St. Mary.,Onui

Daniel Halliday, a mechanic in an ob- Calhoun 4th do in April Pumps Cotton Foot GUI Fixture, Glue, Packing Savannah Georgia. TAILORING.Artel. awlek,and Darien,Ceo.K .

0 I *cure country Tillage, Ellington, Connecticut Jackson Washington 1st,3d do do in in May May. Yard, and Brushes of various kind July 8-tf JuS OJiee No. I Bedltford't JJuOdinfr. fiN THE Steampacket WELAKA

: ,has done what the world of me ban. Holmes Tuesday after 3d Monday in May N. A. Cohen & Cohen, Dying and Renovating Establishment, ThQmLL WELL known to be experienced"roTX in cutting, -.yTirTrV; Capt N. KWO leaves Palatal.
centuries. He 04 every Monday morning at B o'clock.
: \\ icsbavesoughtforin'n.infor Walton, 4th Monday in May. Importer and Denier In 73 York-ft. near tht Court House 'ft and making;inform the citizen of Jacksonville Arrives at Jacksonville same evening
i.c4
has invented and in successful Santa Rosa 1st Monday in June.

4 put operation SAVANNAH GEO. |} and that he Las taken
POPEIGN AND DOMESTIC / vicinity a room leave. Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock
& 24 do in Juno. ,touching J"
j t', a WINDMILL with tdf-furling sails, Dry GoOds 73.S3T Established 1852. JC3T73 'hi the bus belonging to Mr. bathes' next the intermediate place'above.
.4 The mill built by him has tire feet wings. tALL TBBX. doo* to t Canoya, where he i* now Through fare from Palatka, PicolaU and Black
and friends .
.
Franklin, let Monday Eeoember. No. 175 East-Bay Charleston S. C. TIlE Subscriberratefu1tohiaPitrona to orders that to .
I that is, the diameter of the wind wheel is their continued favors would state that,in rea receive any are entrusted Creek I80Q.
after 4th in November.
ten feet and it has been in operation of six Calhoun,2d Thursday in November.Monday Nathan A.Cohen. I Leopold Cohen. addition to the improvements in Dying acquiredby He warrant all suits or garments' to be fitted Through fare from Jacksonville -. 604( ,

i : months without a hand being touched to it Jackson Washington Monday Tuesday aStir lit Monday in Nor Jut/ 8 tf him during his lad visit to England and Scotland place and in mae in I State new*a. .tl. at any other Through tickets are. furnuhed. from ackaoaville.to .

to regulate the sails. It fifteen days Holmes lit in November. l has made arrangement for extending his Charleston for -800,
!, ran Monday Fraser & repairing and cleaning win be at
Thompson Cuttig. V WELAKA connects with eve aliM
4th do in October. business by which be is now enabled to Dye a greater tOe .
fi one time without stopping day or night Walton July
New York and Philadelphia Steamships from Sa
Seats Rosa 3d do ia October. FACTORS AND variety of Colors oq Silk and Woollen Dresses, Jtce. .
it has stood hard
j .and through some gales ; 2d do October. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Shall, Ac, which he trusts will generally please all vanish every Wednesday;
Eieambia pi E. H. Darby,
i the beauty of the improvement is. that it who favor him with their patronage. C R. K.DUKE Palatka.
\ DISTRICT Adger's.NortJi Wharf may DRAPER
docs stand still when the wind rages hardest, UNITEP STATES COURT. Gentlemen'. Garments Dyed, Cleaned or Renovated .XDLOR ,4GE1TM BISBEE CA50VA, JackmtiSk.
S. c.paJD'E
Charleston Neman '
,
; of the the wind Northern District. be required, in the same Street Jar F4 julv8-tf ( S.Ml LAFFITEAU, Savannah.FOR
; with the edge wings to E.TRASEB \ PArt L'. THOHPKOX. M may superior ) R. his
i I .and as it lulls they gradually resume theirI Tallahassee, 1st Monday January. style which has generally much pleased hu patrons -j n friend Ia I.the rtum for the lb ENTERPRISE:

for breeze. It is Apalachioola 111do in Februarr.I'ensaool& .I,dO. Merchant's Hotel 81,30. and friends. \ \ he ha received and
gentle hope ,
position a so con Charleston, S. C. Ladies' Bonnets Dyed, Bleached and Pressed in f'ftnpatronage And fdl the intermediate Landing on thi'ST
lit do in March.St. attention to merit a continuance of the
: trhed that but of
nothing a squall greatseverity Augustine let do in April REDUCTION IX PRICES. the snort fashionable styles. Orders from the eonn- &r ,JOHNS R VER,
: filii. falling upon it without a moment'swarning TilE undersigned having leased this Hotel, try punctually attended to. Terms moderate.- same.Mr. THE Steamer .
ho removed his store Bay Darlington.tUSLii.Capt.J.
Darby ,
can produce damage. Southern District .!isituated in King Street,solicit from the travel When parcels are sent by steamboat or railroad, rJ te_ N .
street to Foreyth street, two door Captain Brock, will leave Jaciioa.ville
The mill mentioned has drawn water Admiralty Court sits at Key West j always in ses..ion. ling public a share of patronage. Board 31,50 word should be rant him by letter through the Howcll'i grocery store, where he ha every Saturday Eonring at 8o'dotk arriving

I from a well twenty- igb feet deep, one per day 8-6ra; tingle dinner 50 JAMES eta.only.M. IIERST. Poet Office so that he may where to call for located, and is prepared to execute permanently all work entrusted at Palatka tame day,-leaving Pataika at I,
July \hem.
hundred feet distant, and forced it into a LIST OP OFFICERS OV FLORIDA. ALEXANDER JALLOWAT. to his care, with despatch and in a workmanlike o'clock Monday Morning in connection with tht
\ fmall reservoir in the upper part of the barn MILLS HOUSE jelL manner. lie wi assure all those who steamers Carolina and Wclaka. Betnming. wfflj
Governors JAMES E. BROOM TIIOSAS S. NICKERSON may favor him a that they will pleas leave Enterprise5at 5 o'clock Tuesday normiag,
sufficient for all farm irrigation W'i b
purposes, garden Secretary of State F. L. VILLIPIGUE. Corner and Queen NEW YORK. ed with his neat fit i and EJatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, aid,
os Meeting Streets wartl
: .:. ,and "lots to spare. The cost of Comptroller, T. W. BREVARD, julyS Charleston, S C. tf N. B.-Cuttingclcaning, at the arrive at Jacksonville ,same day.
;: auchamillwillbc$50andthepumpeandpipes Treasurer C. H. AUSTIN. shortest notice. rep A.M.REED,

about $25. It is elevated on a single Attorney General, M.D. PAPY. ChARLESTON HOTEL, J* Holmes, Agent at Jacksonville.. '

oak post a toot square,the turn circle being Supreme Court Judges MIXER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT LIVERY R. R.BEID,

.supported by iron braces. The wings are Thomas BalUell Coief J Justice Talabasee.C. Corner of Meeting and Ilayn Streets, 100 ITo.7 Street, .V. T. lIE Subscriber is SAL I July. 7-lf Agent at Palatka. .
now
) H.Dupont Associate Justice, Qnitcy. jnlyS ChorletonS tf tT TILL particular attention to sales of VelVV T prep mt4 I
made of one longitudinal iron bar, through Thomas Douglas, Associate Justice Jacksonville pay hi customers in any or IDner.I STEAMER
which run small rods : upon these rods PAVILION HOTEL, low Pine Lumber, Lire Oak and in rle ayle. from splendid horse carriages :D.SO'U.nt P1easan.-t-
Circuit Judges. other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE, and
' down riding.
I narrow boards half an inch thick are fitted Western, .1.1. Finley }larriannLMiddle. II. L. BUTTERFIELD, to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.July Parties waited at hour of the day or THIS SteEper, which ha
holes being bored through from edge to J. W. Baker Tallahassee. Corner of Meeting and Iluetats., 7-tf O any t" S been put io eoasdi&ionfor effective
made to part the city for per1M ;
1 dge, and scrawed together by nuts on the Eastern, W. A. Forward, Palatka. JulyS CAarlcttmS tf nigh Cal to take the any o I ""ice. is now prepared to resamp her regular bmsiness -

: .ends of the rods. This oakes strong light Southern Thomas E. King Key Weft II. "'. KINSMAN, S. U. Ucckenbaugb, Every exertion will b eeaer please.II. on the St Johns in the towing ef vessels,

.rails, but sa wUl be aocu anT AX.CUTCB over u/ a.uClton.Clgonita. o.o.r-SLr1. GENERALCOMMISSION me A. BLISS, rafts Ac, and performing inch other service as
be/urledorclewedup but they are thrown I Western James M..* dnam Milton has In store an Immense Block of MERCHANT 1 July 8-tf Near the Bnffington House, may be appointed by special contract. *
\ ; Middle, Sam'l B. Stephens, Qniney WINDOW SHADES Engagement may b* at any time entered hia
t up"edge to the wind by a very ingenious Eastern James M. Baker Alligator. which he is now offering at prices such as to present lit Pearl Street, N. Y. TBOS. 1. HE1 BRICKS. JAMES B. CHESS.. with the Captain in charge of her, at any point at
.and simple arrangement of the machinery, Southern Henry D.Kendrick, Tampa, great inducements to customrs. /"CAREFUL attention will be given to soles of To Planters and Lumbermen. which she may be upon the route or with .Pprietor.
., which obviates the great objection to windmills County OJHcers. ALSO W Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Lumber Timber, and (jttly8-tf) CHARLES WjLLEY.HOTELS.&C .
other Produce. Merchandise TIE undersigned
'i for farm use ; the necessity of constant (First name,Judge of Probate; second name,Oerk Lace aad Mnslia Curtains, Satin De Lanes, Damasks chatted Southern on most advantagoon Aim* term jnly8-tf pur- JL for the purpose bariDgrole transacting acparenp -

. : supervision of tho sail*io suit the strength : of Circuit Court;third name,Sheriff; fourth name- Ac., all at a great bargain. jnlyS-tf Business.at

of the wind. I whenever it occurs Tax Assessor aid Collector.) MATTHIESSEN & O'UARA, Joseph Grice, i Geal.'Iechnt, E. F.. ,

Wind undoubtedly the cheapest pcwcr I Counties. Officers. Post Office. WIIOLESALE CLOThING HOUSE woul respectfull call the attention of an who are

that farmer can use and notwithstanding I Escambia, Charles M. Jordan, Penaaooja." No. 143 East Bay comer Queen, GENEHAtCOMMISSION MERCHANT desirous o purchasing cheaply to their large and MAGNOLIA HOTEL
F. E. De ,
itsnconstancyifthishprovementoperates LaRan July 8 Charleston.C. tf well elected Stock, consisting in part of On the St.Johns River,
F.)1. Mann, 35 Water Street, N. Y.
L as well as it bids fair to in the single mill I Sa.nta Rosa John Chain, Milton. WARDLAW, WALKER &; BURXSIDE STRICT and prompt attention given to the sal Dry Ilats Goods, Caps,,Grries. Crockery QueeDPare, Glassware, UNDER CHARGE or CAPT. O. J. Mtratr.

I ,I erected it will be applied to many valuable I W..J Sink.*, Cotton Factors and I articles of produce entrusted to hu care, hoots and Shoes, THIS u a new Hous?, recently opened for the ae-
m uses. By windmills swamps may be drained Isaiah Cobb jr. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and all order promptly complied with. (july8-tf i imH Iron, Nail, Dg Mea, l Boarders and visitors bom th.

and upland irrigated. What an advantage -: Walton Daniel McLeod, Euchecanna. North Atlantic Wharf, I Hardware and Cuter Paint' Glass. North during the ensueing and future seasons.
. would be the latter in snch drouthaapreallsnowinmanypartyofthecoun I Giles Bowers JulyS Charleston SC. tf Particular to the Provision Business. It is stnated immediately on the St John's RiT",
a I 1'1eU C.Munroe. J i2 m if Hay, Born, Meat Pork Flour, Fbh about 25 mile from Jacksonville and a short distance
-: Holmes, A. HBrownell CerroQordo. CIIAFEE. ST. AMAND & CROFT Sugar on hand Ba from the mouth ofBbck Creek.and 1* most
: try, beside the great amount of fertilizing M. IL Stanley, M WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS TOBACCO TIllSFMNFi.EJff Moles, constantly, lqua favorably located and' conveniently fitted up for lbs

matter in water at all times. The windmill R. R. Godden iN Ac. tiles. of all purchased. purpose mentioned. Arrangement are; made foe

could be used too fcr all grinding of grain Washington, Washington Tabor, Venwn JulyS Xo. 179 East Bay,Charlecton.S tf .' ;.M: SISCOXFRISISO : : All are in\ite kinc ca before making purchases the accommodation of riity boarders, and already Ideation
G. Worthington, M elsewhere. numerous visitors have availed themtplverof a
for farm the I
use, driving washing-machine John A.Tabor, 4'Jackson II. JESSEN at the"Magpplia." The Romp inconvenient
N. B.-A large assortment of Xe Goods,such
1 ; And churn pumping the water from the well.or J. B. RonUae Marianna. DEALERS IN GROCERIES,. LIQUORS Steam Saw Mill, Corn Mill Shingle M Blankets Ac. : to a fine Mineral Spring, and boat and poneys arm
I spring-soften one of the hardest kinds John W. Footer SEGARS, Ac. Lath and Plaining Machines, July Kerseys 8-tf UENDRICK3 A C1ESS.A kept for the purpose of going thither.' TM ptopri?

of labor about the house. Liquid manure James Gnffia, JulyS No. 139 East Bay Charleston I tt located at East end of the city, are prepared to tot respectfully invite strangers ud citizens to;
And the solid excrement made of liquid; JesM M. Clark execute orders for CARD.T 4rop in" or sojourn at the Magnuliavnoue i ia winter

I .could be sent field Calhous, Elias Branch, Aspen Grove. P. COHEN & Co.. WOULD 'this method of informing my or summer,and thus afTJrd him aa opportunity
a through leading pipes
.. Junes U. Parker, DEALERS IN DRUGS MEDICINES, LUMBER, SHINGLES, AND LATHS, X friend ad tak andpublicgeneraflythil of devoting that attention to their etunfort which tt
by the same power. Thomas Land, /' Ac.. Ac. at moderate prices deliverable on their wharf for ether the great caomer I have reestablished win give himself and the .able superintendent .

We do earnestly hope for the success of fraaklin Thomas J. ., Apalachicola. julyS No.29 ITayna Street Charleston, .C. tf shipment, or on the street for city use. u the new bidg knv the residence I much pleasure to manifest. _
,the improvement' that it will not only beAn Samuel W.Spencv, rSTTenn CASH..*I of Dr. I bYe the 3.. A. rnT T1'

ornament but a thing of usefulness to C-Thigpen, II S. S. FARRAR A BROTHERS, Apply to, E.A. DatOTTES, Apothecary Baldw an ent n ope UDrug July_|_"'

many American w-mers.-Tribult. Oadsdeo, E.C"Lov, Qniaey.Nesr DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES On the premiee and Medicines, Perfumery, Fan -
LC.Lestez:, JI' Ac. N. B. Corn ground en toll, at any hour of the Are Crush, Candies,Garden and 11 n.Ti:1 0133 IBTotolyC1URLESTOS
Cb
Starring Fugitive Slaves In Canada.I 8. B. Love, J' Corner East Bay and Cnmberland-St. day. July -m .ee Fluid, Lampweeka and 5.,C.

The Albany Argus ot Monday says: James M.Smith J'," JulyS CkarUftm, S.C tf Lamps, and OIL, Window Glass Patty;Ac. >A. THE Undersigned respectfally latSitarm ; I
Leos D. W. ', TO T.TO. !
-.a.-.ILJ.i LJ Soda Water and Mineral Water,cool and sparkling I
"We have his friend and the Public
received a circular calling attention Archer gcn.raflytbthe
U. ,Jr.'a NEUFFER HENDRIX A Co
to be had at the counter all times, Sunday
ha leased that extensive and wen known
**-
to the condition of the fugitive IL T. Blocker :
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, UNDERSIGNED, successors to HCITBT excepted.
.slaves in Canada. It comes from colored 1. C.DeQiiUl, a' for the sale of TilE No. 3, Holmes' Building have in Physicians can have their prescriptions put up tablisbmuit. the PLANTERS HOTEL and i Is i
now ready for the receptica of vuitors. Its eligH
people we presume, and is signed J. J. WakuCa. ,, T.J.M-RichMdjon George Miller II Port. Flour, Grain and Produce Generally store and for sale, with care night and day. ble location being convenient to all the bumesa; ,
4. lUc Amber tburgb. JnlyS ChnrletUn, S.C. tfCOXDIOT A GENERAL ASSORTMENT 01'MERCHANDIZE July 8-tf THOS. UcMILLAN.
K.o.' Walk., ." I localities, win commend it to those who visit tin I
.- "It states that they are in great want Noah Posey Aa JENNINGS A Co_ A' city oa busmen aDd u> ex rtjoa*or expense wil !
.
Warning.ay
.and destitution and in need of bedding, Jefferson, T. J.Chase Monticello.JasnesR.Tuckir SADLER. COACH, IIARDWARE&e. of I be spared by the Proprietor to promote the com
Provisions
Consisting Dry Goads Groceries tir not; harbor not In your mind thatsentence Fort sad eoovenioace of hi guests, and render hi
flannels and clotting generally suited to the No. 165 Meeting Street :
_ Hardware and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware,
of tools' philosophy that a disease, will house, in every, .worthy the pubUe patronage. I
Joel Walker 4 ,
..climate food medicines and assistance in julyS CJmrlutanS.C. tf
Hate and Cape Boot and Shoes, Saddjery and a hi
and Ho is that be *.
support. pleased toidal
.- every chape Rice states that he has lived A.James Morris, I' S. G. COURTENAY large assortment of Books sad Stationery, and all ,get cured of itself or that yon ean cure it with cer: secured the service, a* Book keeper of Mr.J.W.Lansklu 1
)adIIoDC.
Madison McDonald JL other article suited to the trad to which tain medicines for few dollar Low
-. inCauadathirtecnyears'ouincidentaldo. 8.R.Sessions, II BOOKS STATIONERY AWn CHEAP ); they a ;, Beware you so long and favorably fcnown to the tra

_ _ _ nations and sometimes oa scant fare. He T. M. Anderson PUBLICATIONS. invite the attention of the puhiic and ask them to tamper with yo"general welfare. I veiling community of this and tie adjacent State.
call and examine their before
stock purchasing
) denies that the Government does anything BMeKJnney, 4'liamilton JnlyS No. 3 Broad Street Charle, .C. tf elsewhere a* they flatter themselves that theycan Ye wild and vicious ycoihf, why win yon persist I July 83mS.W.BOMAR._ / .

.--- Jot the fugitives and appeals to American H.John J.Frink Stewart, Jasper.4 AGNEW, FISHER & IIOXIE, sell a*low a* any one eke, for cash or country in dosing with tie anseatingcomponnds daily Orange Spring.Hotel,
2 abolitionists for aid behalf of his
early on produce. and
James H. 5' FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER- proffered, thereby impairing your appetie E.4I1I
I suffering fellows reminding them that 'to Uendry, T. H. BURTON. | M. W. GRAVES, and well Hotel is for ihe of la
Jerry B.8mUb. II CHANTS. digestion, destroying you mentally a* a* rpHIS now open reception ?
furnish bedding &c. to a destitute family Columbia George S.Herbert AUgator.Pajpam. Accommodation Wharf harkston&C.w. pp' N.. B...-) .W.GRAVES would respectfully physically, when yon can be cured with a few do- J. vaUdjandthetravjffingTjablk. V*dew 1 it

:, i,. : Just from slavery, is what.1aTeh ld who 'S.Scarborongh, inform the public that he still continue*the le.ofp1euantmedieines1 unnecessary to aUode'to the superiority of the V>;

,'..'t. work the. colonization. enterprise do in Reuben Hoganc.W. 4' G. BANCROFT & Co DAGUERREAN BUSINESS, cation oter any other 1 the. Peninsula aDd the
.A. : You who are thus annoyed aad wish to be restored rare mineral qualities ft this Spring, M boft are
I, Liberia.. Sheffield NET CASH JOBBING DO SE. one door west of Dr.H.D.Holland'residence.

"Rice we fear, appeals to deaf cars and Alaehna, \A.M.R. Yonngblood.., N'1I11QSrille.. Nos. 253 A 255 King Street.Charleston Jacksonville, July 8, 1851.Cheap pleasant to heath and effectoa'and vigor!, should by a treatment eonsnjt Dr.at MOR once ing established every effort beyond to fender.vO.. The his guests proprietor cotnibdablenal exterr

close-shut purses. Kegrophily prefers mass c.L.WiUon II ,,S.C. only craves a little more time to enjapteto Ufarrangemant
: tore..U RIS. Hi in chronic ha been
success disease and alL ,Invalid have
AXnlYeDtiona political action and double Dual Felix Livingston Jacksonvfile. satisfy eaa
.tracks for underground rail roads, to caring George Stone, II 'RY E. W. CLARK, greater.than that of any other physician of hit day. medical aid, and such extra attention astlteursHva.

..forth after have reached Uriah Bowden, a' S Malone & Taylor, Bay Strut. Many who have been fyr years afflicted with disease lion require. Our own Hack wffl be in attendance
passengers they
John D. McKialay II LUMBER .on and after the 20th Nor. on the arrival of,tht
.
: j theiruncorfortubtedestinztmon. It prefers James T. COXMISSION HERCHAHTi. TIlE Subscriber bas received a largo and elegant ft consequence resulting _from excess have Boats at Palatka. X.&DAMAN.
Nassau O'NleU Woodatoek '
election tickets to checks payable to fugitive .' .Philadelphia, nt of GOODS, different kind, *e- been rwtorod.to health aad vigor under, hi* really julyB fioprietor.KAGHOLIAHOUIJ. .
V I Mills.St Very respectfully solicit consignments of tleced by himseu,and particularly adapted to the _
t .. slave*in Canada. U delight*,rather in long Nassau C.O.Besseat II tciintifio treatment.
SOUTHERN LUMBER, SHINGLES. $c. want of this section of the country. He respectfully .
,speeches than in large ctionL It thinks A.J.Braddock, II Should personal be a
a Interview objectionable
Liberal advance&. .Refer to invite a can from his old customers and the : Florida.
.to be 'beard for iU much peaking,' So John's D.Higginbotham.fit Gad Humphreys. II E.T.BROCK Philadelphia, i public generally. Hi stock consist, in art of state your disease In .writing enclose five dollars ._ SUBSCRIBER JaeLtoittilU JMteoffipIeted' $tie

bat the poor negros' across the borders F. C. Hnmphie*\ UBtlne-j E.T.RICHARDSON, do, STAPLE AND FANCY DR? GOODS GROCER. addres Dr. W.IL MORRIS through 4ie Poet- above House fitting it up 1 to thj most eom-

-may perish with cold and starvation in the Jacob MicUer, a' jnly8-tf T. BUCEMAN,Jack.ouvUlsa., ''IES,HARDWARE CUTLERY WOOD AND office Savannah, Ga, and/package of medicines, style, and win use every exertion wplaf
fierce Canada winter, opponents of the W.W.Tumblhi It CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND all that may favor him with their patronage
'Nebraska Iniquity be pnly returned Jto.Congress EUaislao GlmskltJathan .t S _- Notice. SHOES,HATS AND CAPS,FANCY securely put,up, will be tent privately.and with Particular. attentionpaid to Invalid

in ihe fail election. Great' Js Norton, It TIm imdenigned win be absent at the North ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. despatch fuHof directiqas therewith, and no questions -:. .: .. "
Marion, jJoha Molntosh Ocala. the present time until about the lit of PERFUMERY to., Ac, Ao asked.Persons Corner Ocean aadatonioeetieeta.

humbug .Robert Bollock' 4' October ,ext when. :will.re-open a stock of S AH of the above Good will be sold on as good living at a distance afflicted with Scrofula Jacksonville, July& 181. 1. tf' : .
Goods fOr this .
market In the meantime their '
'XioavxsT ,,8.Heveltoa 0 a. term a* at any hpuse In. this city. Ocod8tablizzgforlioress.. ..
EXTRACT. The is theilar- '
sea business will be in th*hands of Rodney Donnan 22 Old Ulcers Tetter,Cancers Piles Fwtnla in 1
.M.JVUUs, It July up.W. CLARK :
gcst.of cemeteries and its slnmberers' sleep Levy,' .D. A.Uorgan Waeassassa.Tampa. Esq. BLOODGOODABOUSE77AdmlBlstrator'a Ano Gravel Stricture*, GUets or any disease what S CHARLES DzWALL- .
S .,without amonumenL AU grave-yards ins John B. Hatcher.JUAertWsitertton. II 8. of an
Williams ever aggravated or malignant character can .
Notice. DO'L"XCJ.\I .1
... other Jand ,bow symbols of distinction It .. R-L
"W be cured borne Dr. '
month after COMMISSION by consulting MORRIS by -
QIX date IwiUp1'N4ntmlacoouta&ad MERCHANT -
,. \..' between the great and the smaiJ the .rich AillsborpujhSim< TBcnan, "- JacksomiUe. a
O
S vouchers to the Hon. A.N. Jacksonville Fla letter fee.
Carton Judge post paid, pclosing a
M. of IS.COWstyILtSZ4ed$9
Inany
Cgnniagham pert *
S and the but iaihat ,
i poor; ocean cemetery if Probatai and lor Alachua SALES .
-. Eo T.KenirIck M m Conaty and ask to TEEPS constantly on hand and for**4. a gcaIA Medicine pleasant and safe, can be lent per malltoany.partctbelTnltedStates. respect/ally solicited. '
the king vnd.tho clown the and the .
I S prince us_ Joseph M--Tsylor DeSoto. bSdIeCbSpIfYOm.b. farther administration of oral auortment of i Goods seat to the sub.crller.on tcrm1a.i1iItb-
: are aUtJUceodiatingnisbed. The the Estate of William.;Standley,' late of laid GROCERIES
i peasant W.. anItoa II AND PROVISIONS, If for private or auction disposal will be tkl7
S 'waves roll oerali--Uieume requiem jwng CharUsMaMtan ', ';II county, deceased.. .-. ofth be selections, Particular attention given to treatment of female attended to anal amounts rpeediJJ torwa 'nf

'!'W the minstrelsy of;.the ocean is song to aL.8.1pb, : II -It-6m THOS.WHo S.:J.PREVATT.Aclmr.JaI and will seU them lower for CASH than they can : complaint Ladiea whp may be afflicted Subscriber Ua bed b W'JI1n this eomaQh1a"a

S \ .5 :'their honor. Over Uielr remains the same Monroe. BeDJamfP W1'rf. Key Wart, NewnansviUe, Jan.'4th. 1654.STANDLET Dea'd- be bought elsewhere in the South. with Irregularities Flour Alba*, Whites, Pro number of yean as Auctioneer aDd otacrwiw.He .-
inquiries
P.terer. a'EobsrtCIstL Country produce taken in exchange at leberal Uteri of the Womb would do offer no reeommendatieaa but desires that
f .storm beats aDd the same shines And lapsus or Falling ,
i': ; con ; eoneeiramg )himself of.
II Kotlee.rrsx .' prices. 8-1 ahould te mad 7eonunerdalaouMat
:, July I
,
there nnaarked.the weak well to aside aD false deleeaey and eon-
and the promptly
t. J powerM :.Samnel Your, HON. FELIX LIVINGSTON >II aG- the place elMs resldwe r
: S >, 'theptomed and the onhonored, 'will Oraogv. Algernon B.Speer EnterpriseS "S .JL, thorlted. agent.during my absence from my the DATCIIELDORE'S, HAIR DYE-The beat article cult the Doctor. Crass WABKARUK Since the fire he ha koated hi*store en Tonrta I

? i \'! *leep'on until awakened by the same tramp, -'ArtIrat'Oiu., '. k"-.v* if Btato. :J41y22-tf] 'B.M.PEARSON.. .1.) now in UM, for sale by : tv- All.letter .to receive attention must be street,on the burnt district where big Auction UBinesa'is -

'irbea the'tea wfll give op its'dead, t \ -/..- ElIJah W. ....,." .. .. .. jttlyj2>-tf BURTON RATES .I postpad enclosing fee. Addren Dr.W.H.MOR also at present_eondocted. aad,wh re kekeeps
; 55. S 5 band OB the mart reasonable tuJaI
'w oa
0.-- ElysIan Cologne
e- Soaten S. p4amniD -
: S S JOB WORK I RIS, Savannah Ga. PROVL5J05S
A. 'JAMILY GROCERIES AND
: .. DifBcultic D.G.IM. II t'LETSXAN COLOGNR"at'l OOperqunor
Trbetitoaft to
JC3T
? : k 5fQ7Ifld.are 1B-CruIt. .4 ii 4i2 eta.per pmt and according to qllantl OF ALL.DESCRIPTIONS; I., WConnltiD11teomI.1'o. 78., Bryan Street For C
sharpen "r.m.DaJJ at ,CJ1I111-39 APOtJ1CABY lIALf" .Neatly Executed ibis Office. ,opposite HoBomcnt S uan. :.Joly 20-ly )3017 e-tt CUAKlES aA- '-.




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