The Florida news
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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: September 9, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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SEPTEMBER 9, 1854 'NOl .;,
And the sear the wide, the boundless,, were all bloodless and disclosed : S ;. S
@riginal the I as they Gossip about the Empress of France. shaken by what appeared to.b ,'his
Mediterranean iU-op-
gdl1! deep-blue -there it parted, his mouth and tightly-shut teeth. tjisctllaim.
: spread away; 'on the: other side, as far as; 'There is my home-there ; and I have !!. A correspondent of'the Fittsburg Commercial portuned interruption, iagta&tly caught th.

eye could reach, spreading away 'as far as come to take you with me.! Ha! ha! how Journal, at Pans,gives the follow- deep intent'of Mildmay's question,'and th. -

4 CAL1POKXIA. thoughts could run-glorious as happy you will be Come!P "*- "S IA ft A R APPALLS.BY account of the French Empress: reason of his apparent desire to fortify" Us

'The Mill I gazed ; while heart throbbed The young Empress, whether justly or finger against the possibility tUMtag--f>
A SSKIO COMIC BALLAD. Silver-flushing dashing slow but terrible pulsations.my DOESTICKS. not, is generally considered to have set the j the trigger;itflaahtd*y n lu.Halifhttdsg ,

Surges of San-Salvador.! He advanced one step toward me.I fashion for this rage for novelty,. 'and It it that It was all to drange Mortton'a' calculations _
: t. certain that she surrounds herself with the ab Mfldmijps. making :s> l& -
Dut looked all around. The spell was broken The following which we from the
turn aside and there. beneath copy
richest and most fantastic fire and whose '
Itlcegbub.euuhlon, adornments of ; Gen. Bledsoe, heart 1M-
which enchained Post
I lookedall Evening of New York has been
an abyss like that which Milton has my gaze. ,
When the day King sinks' to nit, in subhrneet mortal strains.I sung around : at the blue ky above, the thought so good a sketch that the publishers every kind.Descended. ment before was near eellapsimg.witV Car,, .
To, stand and with have on her father's side from one with: a thrill fadairatieacMdd now with >:
gaze rapturo scorched earth around at the horrible been obliged to it ;;
paused the brink and I republished -
upon ,shuddering, of the noblest families in she refrain from .
difficulty XUdmayV
Spain comes falling a
the West ,
Upon golden chasm beneath. "to
There the !
; I gazed down-don n The thick and fune- was no hope. Oh! meet demand/ It is, indeed, ; "
also '
on her mother's from the lowest of the neck and bursting into tears | '
But now the admiration real volumes of could I but leap the space which' separatedme very suggestive : :
4 ,'.: tortuously-ascending smoke Dear low. Her mother, in her youth was a can- Both Moreton and Mildmay now seemed .
Surpasses that of old, from the main clitt !-Could I but do it Editor-I have been to Niagara '
came seething upward as from caldron. It .
tiniere and followed the in that conscious that the intaflt.CadioQ Lad
capacity arrived
For the tint is taken -but I could not !IThere you 1 know-Niagara Falls- rocks army,
yellow escaped from a myriad crevices in the was no .
.. rocky through all the vicissitudes of the for they simultan maly>mad coort- :
: For tit, gleam of real fold.IT. precipitous sides ; it poured forth from be- hope! foam, Table Rock,Indian curioeities.squaws, Peninsular remarkable beau- raised their i
warBeing eously u
'\\hat do not ?' be moccasins stuffed snakes weapons f"preeenI.-
hind answer cried rapids wolves
projections and with you ,
: the vast
lashed 'Clifton } ty, she was of course a great favorite with ing &rD1L" Col, Lesath. In 'a .solemn. .
which suddenly into fury by silence and House, suspension bridge place .
mass my .
came sublimely upward from tho soldiers and at voice asked *
length attracted the :
'Til knowa the ,
lintings '
gorgeons where his the
the unfathomable stamping foot in frenzy upon the rock. water runuwiCt., the ladies taint, S
depths. *
Upoahe kin-set sky, Here the .where 'Do you not answer' ? Then 1 must carry scream and get the paint washed off their attention of an officer of very high "Gentlemen, are yon ready :-J
upon sandy rocky edge rank
Count who The combatants
Montijo, was also simultaneouslyawwcd. :
Is bat the bright reflection you with me !l' faces where the aristocratic Indian ladies If
From where the Placer lie sulphur, and crumbled lava. and pumice- The sit Duke of Leba, and possessor of innume- "We are!? Then said CoL.Leqa., ,, '.;
maniac the dirt
T ; stone, were all mingled together to form a sprang toward me on and make little bags ; where rable other titles and distinctions. So : ", : IGentlemmJ'Jasone :_

And the universal cry is, horrid soil,here I sat and looked down.- With all my energies roused into frantic all inhabitants.swindle strangers;where amoured was the Count of his new con-en The =numeral had hardly,es, "pehhet\ '.

From the timid and the bold From the scene beyond, from that glimpseof action with every sinew braced,, and every the cars go in a hurry, the waiters are impudent quest, that he married her, and at lenghtleft of Lee before the crashing sound oTdfiU-: ...:.

A.. ay. to San FranciscoDa earth, which made it seem like heart ; muscle contracted, I planted my foot backward and all the small boys swear. her a rich and noble widow. may's rifle echoed far and wide,and MOTS' '

tot tie land of gold! from that vision of all that was most love- against a small angular rock which When I came in sight of the suspension One of her daughters married the Duke. ton, with his weapon undischargedJspra&p 4' ..
projected above the loose soil and bridge I was vividly with the
ly and all that: was most overpowering; to i sandy impressed of Alba, the other has become Empress of perpendicularly in the air,and then fell lumbering "
fit.Where tried to meet the shock. With wild idea that it was."some" in fact .t'
a bridge
turn and into volcano's awful a
gaze a depth the French. But in the to the earth for instant his bodytrembiedlikeanaspeulea.4beesuyedtonais.
neighborhood an
( the Rock )( .
rein ) Mountains -what a change! scream, which arose thrillingly into the air, considerable curiosity, and a "considera Seville the Countess's relations I(.. j
Bright,treaIDIlike silver bands, his all bloodshot his mouth ble" bridge took beer and walkedup are very '.
Involved eyes foaming, a glassof
in a thought I sat numerous, and are as completely at the himself, and,amid gurgling sounds, ,could .
Toward the broad Pacific, on he came. He struck meo-his arm to the falls another glass of beer and
there alone surrounded ;
thinking myself when a sudden bottom of the social ladder, as her two be faintly distinguished theworda t XMy -
Glide over golden 1aD1I. I me in a fearful embrace his hot walked under the Falls wanted another
; ;
I grating struck my ear. I was startled daughters are at its top. wife, my children !P and then, with. long- '
Is found that Eldorado breath came burningly npoiony cheek. I glass of beer. but couldn't get it; walked 25
and turned around. The
exceedingly, place That a and handsome drawn he fell back .
sigh. *
young very woman corpse. .
,, -
S. vainly sought of old, where I had been stood firm: for despair, and all the bitterness away from the Falls, wet through mad ; "\ .
sitting was! a peninsular placed in a position which enables her to Mildmar still standing in his place,past! .
Is found>> the land Ophir- projection! of the cliff which formed part of of death, had given no place to fear triumphant victorious,humbug!humbug! gratify every fancy, should attach a good sadly at the group now kneeling aboutthe i

The precious land of gold.IV. this infernal chasm. Upon the narrow strip and timidity, but had bestowed on me the sir,all humbug! except the dabbliness of deal of importance to outward ornament, lifeless form of the once splendid Mr.Mor- .

of land which joined it to the other cliffs- coolness of one in an ordinary situation, I everything, which is a most certainty, and that she should set off her beauty with the ton ; and then, handing his weapon to the "

upon the isthmus-I saw atnild-looking, I threw my left arm beneath his, my rightI the cupidity of everybody, which is a diabolical most elegant dresses and the most ctherial General, who could scarce conceal his exultation ) .;... f
In the vale of Sacramento, his neck and around fact and the Indians and
middle aged gentleman approach me. passed over upon niggerscrerywhere laces, and the costliest jewels is all at the result he mechanically moved. ..
I very ,
Soft the robes of verdure lie, his back thus seeking to him to the which is a Satanic truth. >
lIe dressed in black '
was plain clothsandin I. natural, and accordingly, in half the streets towards his horse. ..
And the brightest; flowers are blooming. his hand he held a light stick. earth- Another glass of beer-'twas! forthcoming of Paris,great guilded letters let into the fyr' .'I
To please the stranger's eye; *I beg you pardon, Signor,' said he, in a It was a moment of horror such as no -immediately--:also another, all of which windows of the most important shops The Successful Barrister. #

Bat the stranger's eye is dazzled polite manner, and with softness of tone mortal tongue could ever tell. A struggle I drank. I then proceeded to drink a glass' informs the that Her Imperial, According to the Paris correspondent .

.-. lIe cares not to behold, 41 keg you pardon for intruding myself upon ; with a maniac To be on a small surface ofa I of beer. went over to the States, where I Majesty, the passers Empresss Eugene." honors the Atlas, a young English barrister bad! .

: The smile that Nature wearethJliionlycryiigali your company. But it is not often thatI rock, while, three thousand feet beneath procured a glass of beer-went up stairs, the fortunate establishment with her custom succeeded in marrying ) &. R-. -,. the '-"\ "
. '; : see any visitor so far up.' lay the abyss of untold horrors! At this I fur l which I paid a sixpence. over to Goat ; here for silks there for laces, here wealthiest heiress in Paris, and connected / -.

'My dear sir! I beg you will make no hour, my heart beats more forcibly even as Island: for which I disbursed twenty five again for cashmeres,,for flowers, for boots, with one of 'the highest families. 'The ,i"1

T. excuses ;' I replied j '1 was just admiring I think up the fearful time. cents, hired a guide to whom I paid half for jewelry and so on. young lady was known: to possess an undistinguished "" .:

Gold. gold! it was the watch-word, this scene below. Thus we stood breast to breast, face to dollar-sneezed four times at nine cents But beside her love for pretty things weakness for a weUdrettedman .' ..

'S When the Spaniard: first unfurled, 'Ah! yes, 't is a glorious sight. face-the madman and I-he with his arms sneeze-went up on the tower for a quarter wherewith to embrace the charms of her and by loudly expressing opiiueJi.? ... : "- ;

S The'flag 0(oon\nert over 'Glorious say, rather a terrible one.' encircling me; seeking to save myself. lie I of a dollar, and looked at the falls- own beautiful person, she has the most had been of more service to the .tailors or ,' .

The new found TTfsUrn world. ; 'Terrible, perhaps, to you; but do not be pressed me toward the cliff. He plungedhis didn't feel sublime any,tried to,but couldn't costly and exquisite equipages the most Paris within the last year than Const. ';
feet deep into the ground; he laughed took some beer and tried again, but failed d'Orsay in double the space. of tune.- The .
When a Cortex or Piiarro, supriscd if I say that to me it is lovely, absolutely wonderful Arabian horses and ponies, (one .
Red-handed, wily, bold.Seised lovely 1' mockingly, and screamed, as he tried to -drank glass of beer and began to feel favorite little turnout she drives herself) barrister had many riyals,, bntbe'IDoIt "" .

Mootetuma's treasurePoonced And as he spoke, a smile of bewitching destroy me. But against that rock 'my I better-thought the waters were sent for the most miraculous furniture and a series formidable was a gentleman acknowledged ,.. :. 1''
beauty crossed his features.'I floct"ere firmly braced : I held him fnAir.Tv> nn ft fmirnev- to the-,; tbousrht of boudoirs all fitted to be the most approved: dandy in-" Pant. 5 J
on Peruvian gold. suppose. your tastes arc different from tightly, and I pushed him, and I sought to the place i ; below was one sea of beer;.-was palaces.. many fairy The lady selected these twoto decide'6-oui. I

SS TI.'twas those of many people, Signor. I bare not I hurl him from me. Hurl! him from ine !- going to jump down and get some guideheld One of them is called "Tho Charm of Evening and invited them both to her chateau.:'The 'J

a golden dream, that Westward snch feelings. But may I ask you if you as well might the hungry tiger he hurled me; sent him over to the hotel to gel ,"fitted up with hangings of amber sat Frenchman declared to his friends that he- 40 :

-. ; Turned the adventurers prow, are often here?' from his prey. a glass of beer, while I tried to write som in, over which is suspended draperies of meant to cut the matter short at once toy
'Tis with 'Oh Oh! the agony of that struggle! I kaoT poetry-result as follows : the finest lace winch so outshining the Englishman| i by his dress
golden dreams that Westward Oh, yes I lire here he replied ( of course has cost an
Are thousand thronging now wavering his stick around.) 'I live here. not how long it was ; but to me it seemed 0 thou (spray in one eye) awful, (small]I enormous sum of itseif, another is hung that the latter would retire from the field
S S ; like hours. The wild of the lobster in shoe ) sublime both feet crushed to atoms by the superior skill :he
S one (
And tho' true hearts were gathered I thought that he meant me to understand many eyes with crimson damask, with gilded cornices,
S madman glared at mine all the time, and I wet) master-piece of (jimmeny, what a I was determined to manifest on
And strong hands brought of old, that his home was on the mountain, every bewitching trifle that could be t'oon 7
found it impossible to look His lie,) the Almighty Terrible and majesticart Englishman said ,
S: To build our Western Empire- where! very many villas are situated. away. brought together; a third, called "Day'sDelight T 1 IT/i/
fearful face all white all ghastly was thou in the tremendous might-awful but accepted the invitation cad
.. 'And I should suppose,' I continued 'that up- (le Bonhenr Ju Tuor) is hung ,
Its corner tt.oae. gold. you are often on the summit.' turned toward me, as he shouted in hia (orful) to behold,(cramp in my right should.S with the richest possible blue silk, between together, by the same t the two rival
.S SS fiendish mocking laughter. er ) gigantic huge and nice! Oh thou that proceeded to the seat It
VJ[. 'Oh yes, I am here aln aj s.' panncllings of'solid silver, which precious I wa 1 hp f
.,S And now, to California, .AlwaJs! what a strange: fascination it has '0 Heaven! Oh! horror Can all this tumblest down and riseth up again in misty: material, partly chased, partly burnished!! ,, pened that the French dandy had fuh-

1 j : Gold, with its phantom glare for you endure for ever?' cried I in the agony of majesty to Heaven thou glorious parent of and carved with the most consumate art, ed himselfwith a regular f
liar. The maniac howled with derisive thousand rainbows what occasion at the English tailors! in the ,
Lares thousand but to show what 'It has I it has !' said gentleman. 'Oh! my a a huge. grand, replaced the usual wood-work in every great

:, lien real treasures are; a fearful'-and his voice grew low and hol- j shouts.' I felt that I was growing weaker. awful terrible, tremendous, infinite old part of the room, wainscot cornice, mantle- of Rue du Helder, and the English tailor ot ., .

Her soil, her streams, her harbors, low-'a terrible Cicination !' But he was a madman ; and would he grow swindling humbug you are; what are you piece, window frames, and doors,..being all of sheer compatriotism had tld.r. H_
weaker also ? A thousand fled there rapids know what it composed. idea "
I silent'I thoughts doing you you-you of this metal ; but through..the apartmentis W
And Her native wealth untoldS will tell said he sitting closely by through me. you'te tumbled over them and can't get upagain as rich as the boudirof! some Oriental flashed across the br: of the barrister.His -.
: her new-bora wealth of Freemen, you, servant .of :
the maniac fearful existence one
side and turning his full toward Suddenly gave one to save your puny ; you tale, it is ugly, he vy. exceedingly unbecoming se b1
g orpu.es all her gold. w-E.Co my eyes It with the of make fuss don't ? tical rove valets for -
*I do plunge. was strength a a great you to lrt complexion.
mine. not wish to inform
Promise you anyone. giant that he seized me. lie raised me Man came back with the beer,drank it to ways famous, is something about the height / :

I had not noticed me that his you will before not., but I from my feet. The rock, the saving rockI the last drop, and wished there had been J Coolness In Dueling. and size of the French pretendu. Mr.H-. .. I. 1

: Jagaint tgry. saw- now that within eyes their depth there lost it: I was gone. I threw my arms more edge of the fall, woman on shore. very Jx'Thc circumstances attending the late immediately order for this ally the-exact ,

gleamed a strange sinister light. high into the air, and my scream of terror i I much frightened I told her not to get excjielfif 1 } duel between Messrs. Legare and Duno- counterpart every suit already ordered -

I promised him ; and at the same time ascended in unison with the maniac's mock-I I I fell over, as I would step rightpjfagain vant having been related in the journal, as by the Marquis de la.R-- "'The

uneasily drew backfarther from the edge. ing yell. -it would not be much of a ftjHuibow- instancing great coolness, duelling, some first day at dinner the pyC marquiswas

JETSli 1 TimilllXC TALE. \VelL, then. Signor; said he 'I am king : Down! down to the bottomless pit! got a gloss of beer of a mp(another .f a one has copied the following as a parallel rather enter
here I: rule Mount JEtna I To the home of fire and brimstone To woman, and another ofwfo small boys witha instance : ing the dining room his glances alighted
Anion: the wondrous sights on the earth, i 'Yes !' I answered little alarmed at his the end less horrors of burning burning fifteenminutprfclapsed, when I purchased In the Master's House,"a tale of Southern upon the vercounterpartofh1maeIfgtanding :
the volcano of JKtna will hold a just pre words and smile. lakes !' he screamed, as he gave a bound some more Jf an Indian woman and life, there is a description eta duel stiff and self-centered behind 0 E.gli's

eminence. Renowned by past and present attempting to toward the edge of the clint imbibed it throiigh a straw; it wasn't good which is evidently from the life, that b re: I chair;and he looked q
'Yes I here. In
history, sublime by its elevation, its form, am king me you see Inspired! by a sudden gift of superhuman -had to get a glass of beer to take the markable not only for the vivid manner it I ryal see if any insult .wu "I.
the who the lava
being causes to forth } \
and the awful secrecy of unknown terrors and overwhelm the regions below.pour I have, strength, by a partial possession of even a taste out of my mouth: legs began: to tan- is given, but also as a display of the highest but Englishman was t itut'. upon "., .
which lie concealed within its bosom the himself .
madman I caught him by the gle effect of the in making agreeable to
power, up, spray my eyes, got courage.
lived here centuries. The spirits of the ..
Sicilian volcano will ataays be viewed with deep obey see!' throat, and even on the very edge, even hungry and wanted something to eatwentinto The reader: must understand that Mild noic h red temper. The second day

the deepest the most solemn awe. lie leaped from the ground. There when in sight of the abyss? I sprang back,I an eating-house, called for a plate of' may, from his quiet habits, rested under se enacted although o
r Itwa*.with such feelings and with such was a fearful up fire in his his nostrils bore him back; I brought him to the ground. beans, when the plate brought the waiter the imputation in the public mind that he her had completelychangedeven the style
thoughts as these,that I begun to ascend eye, him I held his throat in hia band I took it beef and whole tounure and again, ;
were dilated, his pale face became as white Falling heavily upon hung up my would not fight, and, furthermore, his opponent :+ .
the:volcano on the morning of the fifth of still in a fierce grasp, while his own arms beans on a nail, eat my hat, paid dollar to was to draw his fire and then same ill-humor displayed during
as marble and bloodless that I
as sate r
May, 1849. I had left Catania on the day either check, there on were wound tightly around mine. I felt a nigger, and sided out on the step-walk, shoot him down. When the parties arrived dinner, while Mr. Hwas tbi" ,
before, in order to visit this wonderful spot. glowed a deep, red his hot breath from his open mouth as' my bought boy of a glass of dog with a small on the field, the description goes on &It the silence eThic witty ihr."" *.

.1 Rd not wish to glance carelessly upon it spot.'See he shrieked wildlr and cheek lay pressed against his face ; heard beer and a neck on his tail, with a collar follows : and fourth.repetitians" rioxailoatt ..t .

-no; fur to me there was always somejbiug.reverend 'spirits of the deep, arise, !IlIa!yonder-loudly; them grate harshly, and drew my head violently with a spot on the end-felt funny, sick- The principals were at their places, their The young marquis, :too- Tl;: :; 4.
the of the
: something almost divine, see them the clouds away,as he sought seize me with got some soda-water:. in a tin cup, drank thedp weapons in their hands. Colonel Lee,. Mr. much man Dt.
-they are coming-in
in connection with 'this great mass of upneaved -enrobed in thunder-garments his sharp teeth. and placed the soda on too counter, I Moretons's second, had the ordering of the absurdity, of his position; prde 1';

l lava, which led me to look earnestly I leaped up from the ground: I gazed at In our frantic struggles on the' ground, and paid for the money full of pocket preliminaries, and with professional solemnity drew. .

at its rugged sides. I wished to ascend, we rolled wildly about, and thedust from very bad headache ; rubbed it against the asked: MAN'S FOOD. What do.men :; .

*.View":m its summit the faired regions himlIe:threw off his hat wildly .and it fell sulphur and from pumice-stone ascended lamp post and then stumped along; station '- Gentlemen, are you ready ?" upon l' says the' '"Scientific .American.*

unfathomable on earth ; to glance where down,fire down fire into inS down in the .bys&. He flung,:off his coat around us in suffocating clouds. I was house came along and said if I did'nt go "We are ready!1" was mutually answered The answer will be'varioun I enough.'flW *

4... all. t.*...... t ,Muv.. t vf depths mrnr. dwells, tnr "n. >.rfiercely and throw it awar. half-insane.! J was _strupKlmg_ for life. I straight he'd take roe,to ,the watchmantried _._ h" Guo whoiatbe" wild MttnT> of Recites
--!- -- -SS---p --- 'Signor' said I, in hopes that a mild tone caught up a hanutui 01 the line cnoitmg; to obligA the Station house-very utu Then, gentlemen, said Colonel Lee, % bis wild bone wit incredible -*

straggles might make him calm. 'Signor the windsobey ; dust, and robbed it violently over his open I station house, very-met a baby with an 1 with a loud voice;"upon toy repeating again dexterity, the lola;to
It was withaloveteps: that I ascended Let go.1'Go mouth. It went into his nostrils,and lungs Irish woman and a wheelbarrow in it, the question, 'Are you ready?' you are to catch the rW 'or the wild

Ae.coiofter the patient and hardy ponies! you.Where 1 us Is not this home ? Is He gave jerk forward in agony. Amid could'nt get out; of the way, she wouldn't 'answer 'Yes.; I shall then say'Fire;'one.. bull,. cs otc; *' ge tweT' ?of

jbttf been dismissed.. I had been an invalid, not this J ? Saw my not I the clouds of dust around I could not see get out of the way she wouldn't walk on[ two-three.' meat and I. i. ,'; jday

and the fatigue climing up the the steep ? You my palace you!l' my servants where we were. lie behl'mo by tho hair the sidewalk, but insisted ongoing on botl At this instant,'Midmay. who was stand., when in ay rr hen he gaiasa-jariety ,

ndocky.dcc1ivity might well haTe daunt- Will are not my sit guest down and tell about as he sprang; a moment after, and a fear sides of the street at once ; tried to wall ing with his rifle in the hollow of his left in the shape of pumpkin.,,..The ,' .
d me. But after resting and baltTrs.'jr you me her collision awfulknocked : arm to, the astonishment of all Irishman the other : S', ".'
many home T said I ful force was straining there, holding my between ; consequence presentS on bd regales'nim-
was able to attain the summit.'t''I'b8l11JJ1mtt your No! there secrets, that be head down with irresiatibloforcc. Another out wheelbarrow's nose, brokithe dropped: the butt, upon the ground., and self in the careless potatoes and1

Good heavens!lean I ever spoken. Can are understand can never them ? moment, and I. 'arose ; while wild and Irish woman all to pieces; baby loose, said : point after a day of painful'labor,'be: w S

; tihe..se1iriam,') the transport: of joy, Who mortal you that dare high arose the shriek of the maniac, as he court-housea handy, took me to the.constable "Col. LeehI desire some information." cannot help making joke even Inthe

which be bounlees prospect; there awaken- ask? are you, a you to fell down-down-into the abyss ,jury sat on me, and the jail said the (Mildmay's second,) he to his scanty .The .004141 ;

-'Nn.iCS? C n I ever forget the glimpse magistrate must take me to the constable J; who was now,of course, compelled to be of gvs prairies lays ue. ',buflalo,,with,
I walked toward the
.ch I-1 firlt :"igi; : ofall the glories and slowly narrow passage objected; the dungeon put me into the a silent spectator felt a sickness come over sure bullet,. and 'the juicy, fat, streaked
wl of the
land .But he
bom>.- or ::re mingled together and stood it.bridge.I could not saw me, ONE or THE HENS.:-A correspondent of darkest! constable in the city; got out, and I him when Midmay appeared thus so unnecessarily hump, roasted between two hot stone,:i ,9
BU VW fearful unison upon go. the Boston Evening Transcript tells the here I am, prepared to stick to my original I _to interrupt the proceeding; to the greatest of delicacies.
Id oebr ,. Can this be all pleasantry T thought I. Me
(. 'Onfi aid* spread u.pfakhtt .:, ICl'ti'I e editor that he has a hen a year old, a cross opinion-! ia ara,unite humbug! non u- while a look sarcastic significance passed while the industrious -Chinese ,
Far DO An awful which t
'away the meadows, and the gci*!* thoughtpaasedthrouglzme heart's blood. between Shanghai,and Imperial Chinese cdms. non indignuta dmiralconi. between Moreton's friends, Beauchamp market his carefully ttanddeflctlyaredonwMtstickscertsintofin&
green There wen streams glancing froze my who has been sitting ten days in a p1acwhere' Q.K.YLANDER DOESTICKS,P.B. whispering, "Midmay is going to faint.- .
tuqotSieily. There he stood wild '
plea;.intry my: no other fowl has to open the"door "What is it sir?" said CoL Lee customer
In the sun as they wara.dcIM.1 impatiently a good among of Ptikm
and"flashing ten thousand b.by.IthiR companion, nk eyes blazing, fixed J piercingly for her to come off her nest every second at the same: : time turning to the j and in te ec, buried'
tke ics, with on me, his nantls clenched, his mouth day ':When she came off on the 29th ult. FOXIICN AFPKECUTIOK or AMERICAN r questioner."Do beneath the hi ht ice, the.Greenlanderf
laketwhoae i isurfuiheWed.DOt -
earnings, .not ripPle glassy there foaming, every sinew in his body. .worked he found she had just bud an egg weighing TALENT-An office for co-operating with I understand aright) Cot Lee," said consume his,fat a te.has jQlcarvwJ
ruffle wh
,a the,aides of a hundred; up. lie stood, screaming, laughing. O 4 3-4 ounces, and measuring the largest circumference Lieutenant Maury, for the perfection of his I Midmay, with an affectedly slow emphasis, rejoicing over the ",frorn, .
vera terrace upon "and Goo! I was alone with a maniac! 8 1-4 inches..the less 6 1-8 in. Wind and Current Charts!!, has been established "that I can fire at any time between. the whale ct P stare eetal

fiUK Jrb*vineyards: vines were passed planted along, all 'You are to go with me,' he cried. ches. She,came off clucking'as innocently by the British government, and counts of'one-two-three.'". It and eats-,. l banana fl&ercv

where the.trellised of orange, 'Where 7' as if she had done nothing unusuaL The Captain Fitzroy, royal navy, placed at the I ""You can, sir P answered Col.; Lee, waving th IgrC fiHa a'--

Uoomiag ,there-!i.uk'were'groves'o1iage'of'which ''There: I hare come to carry you to my owner thinks thai about one-fourth the bead oUt: We have been favored with his hand with authority. set dates, his sole subsistence ta-tbelopg

.... oaab&ngeepecpod amid the greeta fcrth ,like thecentigh& home.' He-.pointed with a, cold, snaky eggs she has heretofore' laid were" of the. the perausal of a letter received in this cityfro Upon hearing which, Mildmay: very slow desert Journey; 'and 'them"the SiaatM
,..., : mid smile down the unfathomable abysswbence: same, size.What .' a member.of.Parliament;stating that, lytoopeddown; and pinching some dry crams fcbnsalf wt.qUt,ofdesfse.n) ,

he qlt'there! were long avenues: of cy ascended the terrible. column of inky .and a bouncer. \ The! egg,':we "mean,. of the House of Commons had just voted L3-, dust between the thumb and forefinger of which an : MftfleA* r

III iglit sea acacias; of noble trees of many suffocating smoke S co_! S ,. : 200 for the support of this office with "great, his right hand, without speaking,',signified And WbOTu.oTer.t, whole inhabitedearth eome

.s.'amtdWhiCh", ktecfy 'assemblage. attuWco I gazed at him t for there was some element 0" ,oi appUuae." AtatotoJ Intdtignccr.r : .; : that he understood the arrangement and .W ded bospit hierrl

l4 be/seen.1 the noble summit, of of, ftsdnation; in'.his'g.uY"'tar! rsThe! politicao 'ir hoi threw deflanti n Jin I.. ; v .1 it f instantly: assumed hit proPer', ition.I in w Ut ipot &different kfZ

jt'towered on'"'&. which forced me compelled.to gaze.Jbert ..-. in the,teeth of)hU enemies has bte11 obliged S ,CoQVETTEA human Wasp that.tries to'pattltetlfefffor I v General Bledsoe whose confidence: i in of food is. Reform* and.dat -
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QIk} lImihit tlud:: wrust IT.As .' : ; f = .',' ..i -'' *bass' t.
: intimated 'in :
former aesmml
J ; Anti-Maxwell(; ,Pro-TomBrown, of, Florida 'art(" to be swayed In' their we : Jlac '

J .bU-Ci., 1adj;.h. Lumber. ,,'and... PrO-U g hi opinions+.such clap-trap Whigs aenormresorting'to. propose"to matt.iIi. n e'mnarka-, : a.I haabeetttisitted.throughout,.the cotatry_

: JACKSONVILLE : Wood;we find that,if we notice theta alIt al, : Foe. a grtafc improremenl: t, mills and lumber J business) We = 1 I fire: t'be b dradfitl

will indeed"JtgMnS,',kadov>..,. where.tba-common weal o('.all is.to be advanced chum;{to.be a statistically correct ; ted fire dtT )!wkl b b,1

: \ :a,y.1 ATU RD A Yf-SEPTEMBEKX l854PEMMKATtC 'Our neighbor, on the!"you tickle me and tfce,Democracy-niU i > not:object to but if." .any error it will be. found : I the.b.'a; whi det1t.property t
one m .
;- 111 tickle you", .prlriciplettempta; : to payna the use of the people*.money.Yhlg .. the safe aide..THE 'LOGGER._ !i has also been a.tremendous conflagration There ."

.) NOMINATION. off for some of the hard thmgIfn-have N.Y. The b
Troy woods about
Convention at Boston. First and foremost ;we must
said about the Northern.Whigs, bj calling.our "' e
TOl.>1E?& SSOTATXTC To CONGRESS. attention. of who Under this head the floridaSentvnel publishes stock or raw.material, which here I of the Budson Hirer, are,said ,to
to the doing
1. E. MAXWELL style, themselves Democrats;np in' Mkhbgan. l a few resolution adopted at tho Dos entirely.of Pine of, the species ]; ning for a space of fifteen' miles aTe .

'. Convention and then'makes the Yellow Pitch Pine steamer Canada *** detained Whit*
r. The f fact that there are many tmde ton Whig ;; known as or ; )()
following remarks: Is only found in Southern ,' N. Yn on account of the d amok
.; .: :" FOR STATE SENATOR the name of Dentocrats, ,who are not quite that tbelake.
7 : enveloped
Had their resolves ended here, we"should hare wide 'T atmosphere
A range comprises a area, .
what they should be, is not new to us, and had of shaking hand with the at Crown Point,
FELIX LIVINGSTON, some hope again and to the was so with smoke
; to ,endeavor to obviate the arils. likely to "solid< men of Boston, and the &DeIeDCommoa- in Virginia extending I to. can '
of Massachusetts the" Cradle of American side at eclipse the: and the steam sawmill
wealth on the Eastern. or adjoining
FOR REPRESENTATIVES; arise frora.it;, has been our .drift all along, Liberty" Had their orators been content to We believe that of'Bammond & Co.. with wood and
tic Ocean. M we .
: 1)1IUstl.htmg) :those Democrats who hare denounce the Nebraska bill as a"breach of faith' ,
> 1 I lumber to the amount of
# D e. Ce PrescottvDvral tjlllto..aJDes> themselves-quite what they should and a wanton renewal of the slavery agitation the timber becomes more heavy $50,000,hb
proven which they could not approve,but in which they da Pine is more desired by destroyed b'the conflagration. passenger
.. be. would for the sake of "acquiesce"we should
: peace from the North '
County la the Field-Unprecedented have had some faith in their professions of"..t. than that produced further says:
For this continue
Knthualtim purpose, although Ephraim tachment to the Union'and their"fealty to the Con land chosen by the logger is 'Wbea we reached.Whitehall,the aide
to be joined to his idols, we thall de- stitntion." But when we hear of 1776 delegate in that vicinity was in a o
'There has seldom been time dur mount
a even liver ourselves occasionally of a "patent sin representing all parts of the State and comprisinga tuated on the immediate bank of blu. ,was pr
log*Presidential campaign,when the Democrats large share of Its intelligence, meeting in Con or adjoining a branch or creek the air was ap& suffocation."
t.. mon, hoping that some one of the congre- ten at its Capitol and swear eternal bostibty T
& of Dnral hare been BO enthusiastic of which there lake was literally covered with
the river
I gation be edified by our humble ef- to all/uTur Compromtiu on the subject of slar are
In the cause, or hare presented such an unbroken may cry and deliberately declare that DO more slave first business is to erect a camp leaves wafted thither by the wind,and the
forts. State shall ever be admitted into the Union, i It air thoroughly, with i beat smoke
the The
front to enemy. assemblage which is soon done the material prt -
looks very much like carrying the war into Africa. and J >
Mall Yet II
at the Court House the evening No Had here we might hare hoped of uh.
upon they even stopped the spot in the shape pine poles
It is than two weeks since we down Ne and Bangor,Maine ia
now more that their vrath. would have cooled by sot&e
.of the County Convention, his been pronounced have had a mail via Savannah-the U. S. the time application shall be made by any new and rived cypress for roof; a fires are'
the largest that ever met thereupon State for admission into the Cnicd.' But in spiteof which generally u not difficult, stio' th ng 1 riolet1
: Mail bags being kicked between the St. their of"attachment to the Union' the that dc by
: a political occasion. With each nomination I professions ture constructed with the wo f U
Y I Johns river and Savannah, like mere foot- and "fealty to the constitution," they pledged; axe people but fight them. A also
was heard a resounding cheer, and themselves not only to strke for "the immediateand which, in its style, much in the woods l f h .
balls at the of individual.The ing on mountain.
sport an the Nebraska I
unconditional repeal of so much of -
after the candidate for Senator and the two "rococo" furniture
mercantile community, and especially Kansas bill as annul the Missouri Compromise," DOBO I The Springfield (Mass.Republican statesthat
for the Bouse were elected by rote of the but never to cease agitation until "the fngitivi fashionable among the "upper ten,
precincts, a motion was made: and carried the lumber interest, which requires a slave law"Is so amended. to secure to the fugitive utensils a fire is raging o Mount Tom, and

Into regular and prompt transmission for the "the right of trial by jury and falling in this, culinary are necessary, one also near Chester village, a huge
that should be nominatedby qU.tit
effect they
article and tho
its unconditional repeal" sionally a fancy
purpose of specifying cargoes, and regula of wood and valuable timber having
acclamation. Upon the adjonrnmentofthe The Sentinel would have some faith in complete for the human denizen.
ting-money matters, are severe sufferers,by already been One
ConTention, three hearty cheers were I' their attachment to the union" had their fenced near: by with the necessary dearoye t
the refusal of of the steamer acres of had been
Capt King, bat over at
siTeD for Mr. Maxwell, the Democrats then Orators been content to denounce the Ne- for the feeding and keeping of wo
I Welaka, to surrender his mails to our Postmaster Raynham, also some valuable woodlands
f firmed in procession and marching through braska bill Jbc The mere fact of denounc shanty or two on either side for
on tho wharf. Grant even thatCapt. along the Taunton Branch Railroad.
eereral streets, preoeeded by a band of music ing the Nebraske bill it appears, is of little and stores, and the domestic :.
King is right in not surrendering his An entire
legally oa
; they visited the residence our future Northern do it The in mnt i.VuO i
whig journals next
,, are complete. thing; fire
: mails thus, the fact that he has delivered and bn burning for It
Senator, giving him three times three, to and southern if do a wb
some ones, they not do to select a "landing, being the
shows that the refusal unless
them elsewhere was
so a
which he responded< very appropriately... it, claim tho privilege of silence on the sub logs are put into the water. This reared hY r 0
in this from personal pique that will the
case springs -
A Some:? of the Whigs who hare been congraLatating The interests, of hundreds, perhaps thousands ject. As the passage of this bill was caus- ally some bluff or hard point where cause terrible lre destruction.ded t nr a

themselves upon "disaffection" in ed by Democrats the Sentinel, is silent- is handled and moved. .
easily .
who have to do with In N. Y.
nothing more Chantaque county,, along the
the Democratic ranks,were evidently taken the cannot bolt it down--and hanJ .
Republican bluff is not at either
a an
the the town authorities State Line Road the smoke
course pursued by was denseall
:'By) surprise but will bo more surprised in 1
"matter of fact" it.
ditch is constructed
opposes or a
towards Capt. King than the people of the way from the State Line to Dun
October. Etainschatka much affected The two papers that we have named,have often at great expense. Every kirk interfere with
F are as as are a even to !
," : dropped the (to them) disagreeable sub- ready for business. The Logger; : reprat '
: : Decidedly Rich. those of the town's people. The people ol In Ohio, fires are raging in
and wish to distract the attention of examines and selects t 1&p
ject in hand
, ., .: The rallying cry for the Whigs of Duval the West and of the interior, are becoming and woods near Ravenna.

;. county, to meet at a Barbecue on the 16th justly indignant upon the subject, as the the people, by shouting the war cry ot marking such as are to be cut,and : The following extract would seem t indicate

1 t' insL, signed "Executive Committee," and following from the Advertiser,published at Matter of Fact," and talking about Canadian they are to bo left round, sided or that a burning forest I is a much t

1 published in the Republican, runs as follows Alligator, will show: lumber and appropriations: for Inter as his judgment decides. The be drle a a biD .

f From the above Improvement. Failing in the attemptto with the heavy Kentucky axe
: : accounts given The statement Grat destruction has been caused by
Tli WhIp of Dun County, and all those opposed of the Republican) it will be perceived that thereIs shake hands with their stubborn northern and, with resounding strokes, fires in Maine and New U

:t ,f" to re-election of A. E. Maxwell, and in ample. ground for complaint afforded! againstCapL. brethren, as the northern press, and to the earth the tall pine. The t wagon containing $700 worth of goods, ia
King for the singularincoiuutencj which hu :
seer of old Tom Brown, for Coo
" .,, the fanporUtkra of Lumber into the United; States marked his conduct. We do not pretend to cnti- the "'solid men of Boston have gone too far," if to be round, is generally re-cut charge of Mr. Curtis Hunt, near St

from Canada free of duty and those In favor of cue any portion of the affair! attributeto the Quarantine they are leading on their folorn hope,against length as it is straight or of size N. II-.a few days ago attempted t pats
: the cutting Light Wood on the Public regulation, nor do we s along a road before fm tea
people t
f Lead are requested to attend. Come one, come to hu actions m it intentionally antagonistic to the the Democracy under a sectional banner can draw; if sided, is hewed upon rods distant, reached gust of

pod, but it docs appear to ns, that his conduct certain defeat. sides or flatted; if square is wind, ho.eer. an at (D blew flames
JI.Here t.
then, we have some Whig principles That touching he should the mails have, merits deprived unmitigated communities censure, and in Those whigs who boast! of their love or four sides, following the taper of directly upon the horses and the, d

developed at last. No. 1 is, Opposition fact' a large portion of the country of the benefits the Union,and of having saved it in 1850; Now slowly rolling its huge as quick as if they had been
accruing from a regular transmission of the mails, moment howerer, they rallied
to Mr. Maxwell No.2 The atpt-
; rapport even when they acknowledge that their the timber cart. The wheels a
,. it was deemed expedient the come ed to but were again .
,fOld Tom Brown; No. 3, Opposition toe authorities of Jacksonville to reflect the landingof former associates at the north, are endeavoring erally some eight feet in diameter, the pr felL Mr. Hut saw Wit iit

the importation of lumber from Canada one the occupying passengers hu position appears: to It seems no to credit ns upon intimately to repeal both tho Fugitive slave law eight inches wide, and a lever and was impossible to save the J tt attempted

i free of duty, and No. 4 and last, For the blended with a perverseness of disposition. and the Nebraska bill, refuse to attemptto attached to a windlass: which t unhitch the He sueceeded -
J'': people to cUt Light Wood on public land and a total disregard to the public good, that foi in releasing one of them and getting
which he is certainly expected to entertain e to stem the tide of disunion, in the only hooks easily raises the log and steam him out alive, though

, t Bow the hearts of the Whigs must glowwith nterest. In addition to this, it has rendered the way in which it can be done. under the axle, the cart neap other two, together by' lm wagon T

i patriotic pride,to see those sentiments I contractor of the Mails ammenable to a heavy fine They know the consequences of the long, and having runner or shoe ( ])I lo'were burned. Mr. Hal t l,.&.e
,. by the government* for the failure of the mails ; I
7 engraved upon their banners, and especially besides this also, it has caused to be disappointed, repeal of the Fugitive slave law, and of the is moved, balanced as it were. cap his shirt being nearly burned o h

: 'to hear the war-cry of "Li ht Wood !!r many wines business depends in a measure npOEbe re-establishment Missouri line and teams mostly used although h face and hands badly
regular transmission of the mails the forward they are ed.
t Light Wood!! ringing through the Pine lug of which would have prevented much serioni. also know, that it is the unanimity of sometimes, and were formerly
PrsTii.EJ.cr. We hare
J .' :Forests of Duval 1 But seriously, is it not annoyance. the South and its union with thoseof Ordinarily four mules are aabuaU-

,:.f..' .pitiable to see a once powerful party,driven Lumbermen Attention the north who do not wish to repeal the with large timber six mules are I er column made some upon t

: to such subterfuges, as the two last, to eke THAT RECIPROCITY TREATY Nebraska bill that is to preserve the union. sary, and when oxen are used from pestilence that has so lJ stricken ear
sister .
out a scanty hope of success ? Do the It has been suggested somewhat publiclythat r Who those men at the north are has already eight yoke are employed. The log I city o

Whig leader suppose that they can achieve the ReciprocityTreaty would effect the : been determined. The Sentinel in ported to tho landing: ditch, and Yellow Fever seems now t b treading
I in footsteps of Cholera. following
a victory by appealing to the ignorance of T
interests of our lumbermen untavorablyand ,, its "observation" ascertained that they were the water.It
which we extract from Charleston
the people? If so, they greatly underrate be especially detrimental to that class! not whigs. is now estimated that there Jn-

"i,, the intelligence of the voters, of Duralcounty. of community who are engaged in the production Those Union loving whigs if they seethe teams getting out timber. At a ; Charleston shows that, although it b obtained not yet a sufficiently tt hd

of "Pitch, Tar and Turpentine.'I: danger will not apply the remedy becauseit mate there are two hands to each ; ,

i r As for the personal preferences of individuals As every one knows that the White Pine i is prescribed by the Democracy, the each team will average say five logs I to cause a ple a h been u casein
e number of deaths fa 43
for Mr.Maxwell, or for old Tom I and Fir of Canada. does not produce a very whig press of Florida may wish to be true We thus have the following results ,t tot .
been In view of the increase
Brown,we have nothing to say,except that large supply of Tar Turpentine,we shall I to the community which they represent,, branch of the business for the year hors 12
of cases, the gives the (blowing -
.f. personalities are principles. Our view I direct our remarks to lumber alone.It but blinded by party prejudice in their present 200 carts, average cost 120 each, advice : Y'r

:. upon the Reciprocity Treaty we have touched is a known and admitted fact, with all 1 I course of opposition to tho administration 800 mules, "saySlOO" I
"We cannot too strongly impress
J: upon in another article. large lumber dealers, that the treaty will l they are striking almost as severe 400 Corn men and, hay, wages250 per year all onacclunated persons the importance upon of

"Another Patent Sermon." have a most favorable effect upon the marcel a blow at the Union as those who "rock in Contingencies, 10 per cent., ring( with careful regularity, of avoiding

of the Yellow Pine of the South. Large!I the cradle of liberty at Boston. a ueu attacked,
Tlie Republican does not seem to relish qvack experiments -
quantities of Deal are annually shipped b :
what ho terms our "patent sermons" about I Health of Savannah. Cash invested in lands, upon themselves; (bat.at 0oce
the Canadian Provinces
to the in-
Europe, medical ''adrice." With the*
Northern Whig, and advises us to turn In of the continued determination i *
t creasing trade in that article demanding an consequence precautions, a man has no need
our attention to the fine things our "old rnbl
Capt. King of the steamer We-
increase of Yellow u a
shipping. Or say ono quarter of a million of lok. upon .feTeI for
friends the New York .
Democracy are say. The aka, not to deliver his mails to the Postmaster ,."
Canadian would enemy.
shippers have been
ing of Gen. Pierce." L invested in the loggers camp,
our best customers, ere this, if high duties we are still without a SavannahMail, seventy millions feet of orricc or CITY aJU
As we are not disposed to take so far a and have to say
had notprevented it. Live Oak and Yellow glean intelligence from abroad August 31st,10 p. m

',. flight, however, just at present, we must Pine lumber are necessary fbr good A No. in regard to the actual state of the log. THE RAFTSMAN.The There hare been si d from Yellow
claim the of Fever for the past
privilege again expounding
disease in
now ragin that city. We hr.
vessels and Canadian from logs I now being afloat in the
every port, J. M. D.
and for that purpose take the following text: learn from the Charleston of L c B
whence lumber was sent, would have had the business of the rafter -
"Ephraim: is joined his idols: let him the 30th of
August there 92
were orricz or art arcimra.
its own vessels built of our material. kit of tools and belongings consists

clone! These vessels would have been sent to Europe deaths in Savannah during the last week anchors, ropes, dogs chains, September l&10 p. m.
It win be observed that, as far as Eph- and 67
deaths in
previous. There hare been six Yellow
and there thrown upon the market, and other items. The first dets fm
rarm Was concerned, he was to be let alone From other sources 1find that on the Fever' for the past 24 '
while new ones would have been continually him is to get out what are called
in remaining i joined to his idols but having j. DAWSON w. D c.
; 29th of there six ;
building; thus creating a continuous August were on the 30th being small saplings of pine ash B.
: carefully examined the text, we have comet thirteen on the 31st twelve and The yellow fever made Itt
let.September t. -
on appearance
demand to be supplied by the lumbermenof er wood handy to the spot, as also h

.the conclusion that Ephraim was not the South, and especially the mills of the seven deaths in Savannah from and pins for the securing of the at New Orleans and GalTa

t authorized' to make converts to his idolatry. ft.Johns. This is a fact that will now soon Yellow Fever, and that many of the streets raft. Be then proceeds to form the there h also been a ease in Mo
, Now as far as the Republican is concerned
b KJ practically proven. were nearly deserted,-the panic stricken. which is done by pinning Eighteen cases of WNanounc

we are perfectly willing that he should be inhabitants baring fled in all directions. log through and to the binders, at on station at one ltt f

a "kcalone" in clinging: to his political! tenets, With no purpose to do Mr. Maxwell and injustice From a copy of the Savannah News received I sisting of two or three side by toxbnry, Mass. -
and to:what is J left of his party; but when touching the subject inquiry above mentioned from There Cholera
hands -
were by
we will here repeat what we have Before staed. private we extract the follow- this is the most important part 4 d .
r .preaches his doctrines to others, and & Mr. Maxwell Boo tot last
did not vote for the River and ing. ia- *
and of the raft
i strength security W
endeavors to obtain converts-when he exhorts Harbor bill and stated in his speech at Jacksonville THE ACTHOUTTES-TK RIPOKT. We From morning until Mon.day *
that he could not get in the bill an appropriawn _. _- regretxceedmgr attention is required. The head Stul
his fellows ) to notfaw tJoat r
to remain steadfast in ootempora- from
for the 19 death
ScJohns,for the reason that UMM were
successive tiers
formed the
: nee, are commenting in severe terms upon the coo- are mol
their political darkness we consider I It Our had been no survey upon which to base the esti
w1 V duct of the authorities la regard to
mate. But he stated had he been able to procure suppressing placing side by side the width of ; Cholr Fa M
v. ._ duty,,as a.preacher of"patent sermons," to an appropriation for St. John's his objection to the the reports of the earlier & time elluw fever in The Clerks in :'Orleans P.
intervals and
this city. It is DOa to discuss this ers crossing at te
hold the true light to their gaze. bill would have impelled<< him to vote against ItStnluuL matter at present. Amid proper the gloom and desols.ton 0.hare left in a body, eonseqwcpe of a>
ionally to the log to secure them in
We hare not space in our columns to notice and death, which pervade our city few have quarrel with the Postmaster.The .
It is true that Mr. Maxwell did that
say either the leisure or the heart to enter into controversy he outside called booms being Columbus
says ;|
all the"good things which our neighbor he would not vote for expending the people'smoney of the kind. For outsiders to indulge in the binders and connected 7. U\71
v ,
, ays of 01 but'here are a few : such a spirit at such a time fa to display more of i the universal belief tt cott .
on every little creek and bay. the of the than the Tokes pinned with headed pins to
We thiftk the News vainly construes our sflenoe spirit hyena man or the .Chris- Georgia be cat cffffUy
epee some of its comment ia relation to the Resrbice throughout the Union; and Mr.Maxwell, tain. a little play, for if firmly and tightly andA of
but one drought ne
and the Nort.htniVbill Into, sort of when he said it, spoke good Democratic It is pro that for the edit.oroft.hil paper,how- would break in heavy weather. fo i cUe f .
.4misrba that ne stead oa weak ground, or that ever,to taU be fa in possession of all the facts heavy rain, and that there will
i ti we ahdak flora the ponderous blows of the weapons doctrine,which we and all other Democrats, regard to the ten withholding the first The raft completed, and ropes be barely corn enough made t meet, freeing
wtta which tN fur-ash our'adversaries. Bat this with a few sensible Whigs will sustain. The report j that he will, ia due fame if life fa spared chors deposited the head with tent } wants..
>lea wide mistakeWe Ut our neighbor have the that them before the public, and we feel confident
flu to himself because. think be baa been beating principle we take to be merely this: The when properly understood they will relieveall for covering, wind and weather A terrific tornado swept over Louis-

the air. or.IPt.iDc. shadow; and we shall money in the Treasury, which belongs in parties from censure la the judgement of the the raft with the ebb tide floats rifle on the 27th of AaL' 'Tb
and just The authorities
let him ra along aunt he can point to any thing wise acted with a just Presbyterian Church
common to the people of the United States and commendable desire to the river if destined takes the .dw1. .
mere we have laW.r behalf of tie Northern Whigs : promote pub o interest -, ,.or up ing the performance' of divine
than that they have not as party suited wi thaW cannot be constitutionally expended in digging and prevent a paula ning -each tide making s
We advise our cotemporaries, Instead of Twenty-four persons
i party poa the repeal of the Nebraska bill, censur k&
clams for individual
and tM et.eeUras of that. && onm. We have some private unler ing and abusing the authorities and of Savannah or twelve miles. At each turn of .

abowm that ja the third party movement; Democrat any' pretence; nor can it',be ,used i in at the present crisis, to show their manhood the anchor is dropped or raised as wounded..Some thirty new clerka hire Decently
have teea eonspicoou*. We showed that la the and spirit by coming among ns and admmuering .
canals which to drain been in the York
are appointed
t'V AM-aTebraeka nemtnatinrs Democratic dittlngvttre swamplands to the relief of their suffering and dJ ,,-. may be, the experienced raftsman .
** aOoved e fair share of the honors. We might ,bought up by a companyof specula Oar own experience here has convinced us that the advantage of the wind and i Custom.BoO at salaries of oD; thousanddollars

.. *a..added ttte sass fll Jlkhlgan, where aa ,AntiKerMk tors. 'People are not to be taxed to sub men who make the most noise and who are most currents per year each. 'They a be
the and'river
: : %fJeket hu toe.aominated and the candidate posed to indulge in fault-finding are generally successfully I abut equally. divided among I l
! Ooifenor. been' found la the ranks of the serve the interests of individuals, corporations the first to run away, both from the disease'and his destination. I ,
" 1U Journal Ii
consequences. 4. '
or companies. 'There were so manyof Ordinarily, accidents happen,b i Hogs reported- to bays deeKnedto
. : .. .Without stopping to.ascertain the quart these schemes tacked on to the general Z'"IAura' Bridgman is spending:the haTe been serious losses. A '. .four'dollars per hundred at'St. L

.' jot-tof sanity with which we may.,hare River and Harbor Bill,, that Mr. Maxwell Summer with Dr.Morton,at Balafax,Masa, continous stern; or sadden fierce 4hesetting in of the drought; >.

.eonstroed. oor neighbor's "sUeDCe" upon a could not,as an honest man or a good Democrat whose wife was among,her carles t teachers. broken up rails, which breaking oo consequent proepectlre faUnre of the corn
wrtain* tubject" we! :acknowledge; that we tote! for it. Laura' U"now about twenty-five .yean,'o( anchor:go ashore, .break up and c.U I'sd that the corn crop of WoU.

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v . .. t (,oa'"Jf _&WI..c .It waa,.moved and carried that the number .4 U eater taa waters
Nfl.6thIC.tr.' ttn'delegates,
')", rroal'must: trouble you againfcorrectiome ,.be appomted' to attend the County' ip sack COMS sudo and -provided. by. ,the oorporai could be.distinctly heard from the plasa t. : .,< _. ; t .
t>- i more"grot* errors into Convention on Sept.-6thj wbemrpon thefollowing aathoritUsof WI tern JInsnuutTS .The insurgent:force was about 440 strong .'_ .

.jrtCica'the,mma of the Jfeptt&ticoit. and gentlemen were a! Ibsmths hostbeYoarmsstob't.pery't: u'fic. composed of undisciplined recruit, picked Ir 1

toot otter of our Whig friends hart fallen. Dr. Den, S. Fairbanks 1r01e Geo. a i.' ,: up 'from 1 tne plow'.and from mechanical] ; : < ., ... ,,'t

It has been suddenly discovered by then Moone7, Geo. C.Acosta I. V. Garnie,.Mc -. tradesmen of all cIuses-rreib'from.thei*, i.: .

that the present low price of,Fine lop and Queen )McIntosh W.,Ward, Chat." Somers S Owe,1 '. permits perfectly armed and whoOyunikulfcl -] -1 :1

Icnber the great staple of the St.Johns, is and S. Buffington. JactsmvO mAag,2Sta.8S4.. in the subtle art of war. They i -. I q .-n 1

attrilMtable to the "Reciprocity Treaty The following resolution wit offered to 1b r.Jf CtatUtr, Sfg fusttr tfSfr.,CrEn were attacked by a force of 180 men,of the I 4'--" Pt

which has been lately coodaded by the the meeting by ){r, Fairbanks and carried: 8r r. .Quarantin* l1aarlJ1l bow'oa.tabUaUdbymy regular: troop Mexico.led by Cot Cruz, <" is -
President with the government of Grea Raciest That w* appro of th*etmrs of oar a chieftain renowned for his skill and courage \ .1. r
with nPrdto
Reirauitatire ia CongrM*. Boa.A.X.Maxwell, prdcorta oboe ..
Britain and by which lumber from Canida in battle and he wsi backed by at least .i"
and w* bar *ntir*confides* ia him MM who all_sUaxten arririag at this port'from Savannah
is U be admitted into oar country, duty practice* what he preach sad peach what cT IhoeZIStIDCSCths' Yellow Fever one piece (some say two)of artillery,while
,toe te compete equally with oars. I at&ft b* practice*-th* true phacipl of &M Democratic* oa account the half armed citizens had none. But the )1_} ;
thought this a joke rather a dry joke party. < in that city as sa opldenioi and although wo result clearly demonstrated .the heroic -- -;

it Is true,but good enough for men in desperate A number of gentlemen, being called upon hare M authentic reports of UM ozbUaeo of suchdssassaspedamkiahsrIcatce.jetf.arsgthM courage,confidence and enthusiasm which j ,

-drcumstsnces. But it seems now responded with the sentiments of Dem the sacredness of their cause had inspired. t -

that they are in dead earnest, as our frtemMr. ocrats. W,1. it may so exist there bofbro ywoext arrival at this They met their veteran enemies and completely iti! 'r :

Drew has given vat an invitation to a There being no farther"fusiness before po"I han deemed it Able,(by and with routed them, with a loss of five of .

Barbecue to be held at Capt. Dial's next the! meeting it adjourned, giving three glorious the advice and consent of the Common Cotaeil) of their officers one of whom was left dead i;

week at which that is to be the great subject cheers for. Democracy. M a precautionary,to require you,nntfl farther on the field of battle,two others have since -. -- r ." !I

) of agitation, er rather of humbuggcry F. LIVINGSTON, Cha'n. orders to stop yoar vesel at Dames Point(whk died, and the remaining two badly wound ,, "

Now,Sir,allow me to save our Whig friends A. DOOOETT, 8ec'1"COUSCIL is JacksooTino quarantine ground) and allow ed. The number of soldiers killed and
little trouble on that occasion and to inform wounded in this is not definitely
a engagement yet
her to be boarded by the Port Physician at that
them that they willhare tax their pow PROCEEDINGS. known. It has been variously THE "BUFFINGTON HOUSE.h.
in order that ho ascertain If
ers of invention a little further to get up COUKCIL CHAMBER Sept. 4, 1854. place, may any ease timated at from three to forty-eight-more i
of TtUov Peter exist board. If ho win :
oa none, :
another hoax to season their Barbecue withI Council met for special purposes at 10 probably the latter number will be found to
take this mode of doing so, as the invitation o'clock A. M. Present Hon. F. C. Barrett, give you a certificate to that effect,which eertil be the nearest correct. The insurgentslost Jacknve Pord t i .
ate will eanso to bo forwarded to this office.
is extended to Democrats you and and had
not or killed only -
any a man one
body else who require more wholesomefood Intendant: Messrs. Geo. C. Acosta, Samuel If however such disease exist ea board yea'will wounded. Cnte; opened during the present Summer, prepared &receive tad :

than clap-Crop; and I am, therefore Buffiington Gco.,. Cole,Felix Livingston be required to remain at tho quarantine greuad until This fight,as we are credibly informed 1u mat Transient and Pmt E .

not included and do not expect to be present Councilmen. further order* oral least not allow any communication was wholly unsolicited on the part of the .

to tell them what they ought to know, The objest of the present meeting having with your vessel at this pUoe. insurgentsTheir plans were not to molest Guardian' Notice. Young i Seminary.rpHE ,

IB the first place. I would inform them been stated His Honor the Intendant to These requirements you will please make known the force garrisoning Matamoraa for TVTOTICE Is hereby,given,that thirty from ;- J'
that Pine lumber was admitted, duty free, by to the masters or agents of other steamers of the. the present-but to possess themselvw of 11 thisdaeIshslisppiyto the c,Felix I-?' ,, ill

before the "Reciprocity Treaty was con- be for the purpose of obtaining expression Charleston and Florida lineI -. the arms and munitions contained in the Liringrton, Judge of Probate of Dual County, t". .. j

and that consequently, our lumber from the Council with regard to matters hare the honor to bo Tour most ob't .". government arsenals at the towns of Rynosaand for tear to sell Lot number one in square number MISSES KKRWICK, oB 3muaa.ro*. ., ; "

stands now, so far as the law is concerned, pertaining to quarantine regulations F. C. BARRETT, Inttndant Camargo,which being done they would ten,i&town of J ae belonging same to to be LUte JL pectfully inform the inhabitant cf Ji ikssasonrDl .rA
Jol&orphan mb. and its vicinity, that they intend opea&g a
just where at did before. And in the second then have felt themselves equal to the con- a I '
Councilman Buffiington offered the following ro SCHOOL oa the lit September,tot the atTMUa
place, the Treaty is not yet ratified test with the valorous General WoIL of o 1.J.B.INDWELL.ang of YOUNG LADIE3 b aO the bnathM des .. .
into In resolution. ; Further Particulars of the Tornado at : Texas his horde of 25-lm Ousrdian.
and has not gone operation. proof Liouisvllie. memory and hireling English Education. ,-. .
cf the assertion I would beg to refer them Resolved, That the Intendant be and is despots,even within the walls of Matamo- U that an application Terms, rom400 to S3 W'pn Quarter.. Onsv .
to the following clause in said Treaty. hereby requested to Quarantine all steamboats : The Louisville papers of Tuesday morn- ras. Gen. Woll has decreed it otherwise, NOTICE mad hereby* to .pYe next session of tie Gen mental breaches extra. "

"Aar 5, The pre ot treaty shall take effect M vessels and other boats from Savannah ing contain further details of the effects of however. Counting on the easy butcheryof Assemoly for aa act of incorporation of a Bank ivYomg ladle from UM ooontry(pima ,.
MOD M tb. Uwt required to carry it into operation Ga.,for the space of fire days after the the tornado of Sunday. The city on that these patriots. which be., and even some &.r located m Jacktonrill be accommodated with board: at the tou ra.-.

AM har*been pacied by thImpeniral Parliament arrival at quarantine of said vessel or boat day presented a solemn spectacle. Business on this bank of the Bravo, (where the public aog 12-3m occupied by Mr.Crwpo. .
01 t>m cf the British North American colonies after the Port Physician shall have boarded i was in a great degree suspended, and expression sentiment rightly EXUI5E LONDON DOCK
the as unrestrained ri PORT WISE J. McRobert Baker
which*M affected by this treaty on ODe hand ,
said boats vessels. And after.the : the bells were tolled for several hours in the VJ MADERIA WINE
wind than fans the
sad by U* degrta of Ie United States on the : or expiration as balmy ; ATTORNEY AT LAW;SOLICITOR Cf .
tier/' of that time said boat or vessel will : the middle of the day. cheeks of the uliberal" political pesters) is I FRENCH BRANDY, :

Not one of these laws hare yet been passed be allowed to enter this port and deliver I The First Presbyterian Church, where pleased to designate"unorganized piratical Expressly for medical purposes, at CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC 0 j

and I would respectfully ask friend | her freights and mails, and all persons on : the funeral services of most of the deceased ..rabble! he despatched a force for Mp 2-3& APOTHECARY HALt ASD ; .

Drew and his coadjutors, if they do not board as heretofore. !, were held, was densely crowded. The the slaughter. CoL Cruz the officer sent in Jacksonville macksmlthlur Commissioner for the Atlantic and Qulf .

BOW feel dicidedly cheap-even cheaper | The yeas and nays being called- for or{the bodies of the dead were placed upon a platform command, sounded no, parley-offered no MACHINE A5D SHOP State ,
Florida lumber has to under the tower, and the exercises terms to the other than those .
than insurgents
they nw got aUf.5-11'
adoption of said rcso'ution resulted aa follows At the Stand .
conducted by several clergymen. The spa- fore of Sedgwick.TTTRNISUES \
be But if the loggers wish to ascertainthe which was destined from them from the
truth of this matter they should inquire ; cious yard was crowded. jnonth of the murderous cannon or the Ploughs of a kinds, Tiber Car- McQueen Melatosb .

not of these politicians, but of the Yeas-Messrs. Acosta, Buffiington and I At the opening the exercises, Rev. Dr. equally relentless steel of the sword, the JL all kinds nags, Sugar, Carts Mills, Chains, io.l3TParUcnlr Mills, 1 of ATTORNEY AT LAW, :

Hill owners. They will tell them that the Cole. Morrison who efficiated at the ill-fated bayonet and lance. Ho is said ro have or- attention paid Steam Boat and J Jacksonville E. F. ..

present dulness in the lumber market U Nays-. Livingston. church, remarked that on the Sabbath so dered the murderous charge of extermination Saw Mill reparmg. Wheelwrighting don at shortest I 4

owing to the high rates freights, and to following disastrous to life, he was requested to at once.But he was met by those who notice. C57" All orders left at the lt o S B* M Pearson, 1 .
Councilman Cole then offered the -
the want of demand for our lumber. for preach, but it was not generally known that fought not for filthy lucre," or the ap- N. W la will b promptly attended ATTORNEY AT LAW. .

shipment to California and Australia, and resolutions ; there would be divine service-hence the proveing smiles of a tyrant master, but for aug J. A. PARMAR. J acksony .Fla.. .

other markets when our lumber is used. Resolved, That Quarantine be enforced small number that were assembled. Upon that pnnccless boon to the hearts of free NOTICE b hereby given that application will .

No body but a desperate politician would against the Charleston steamers or any the next Sunday it was expected that the men-that lost liberty, which had been to the next General Assembly of Felix LIVIngston "

attribute it to the Reciprocity Treaty.:' other vessel or vessels arriving at quaran- pastor recently invited would be installed. wrested from them by their oppressors.Col. the Charter State of Frs for Town&amendment Jacksonville.of the !ATl'OIUIEY&COtmSELLOR AT LAW, .

But another great subject of distress to tine ground from said city during the prevailing There were not more than eighty-five persons Cruz soon saw the determined spirit iort o ; .J Jacksonville E. F., ..

your respectable neighbor (who is now a epidemic of Yellow Fever in said in the house, at any time on Sunday. of the men with whom he had to contend, a 193m TITTLL attend to any professiaeal tmstnss es- -5 j
candidate and has become wonderfully city on and under the restrictions applieyto During the sermon which had been commenced and his self-confidant charges resulted in TVTOTICE.-APPLICATION will be made to VV( trusted him in th*Court of Ute XaUra a .
at later hour then usual storm Lthe next General Assembly for a Charter Circuit and of the Court of.TiHekissiiBo '
sympathetic) is that no body is now permitted the Savannah steamers. a a an inglorious defeat. His veter an troops authoritiog the construction of a Railroad from Supreme a < ;
cut steam Boat wood off the Resolved That the Intendant be came up, and the main door of the base- driven back to the city in disgrace, baa also such an advantageous snniie lhja with
to reques- were Cedar Key to the State tiDe, the -
din able
i an at win
Washington City a
public lands (that is when it can be prevented ted to serve a copy of each regulation upon ment room where the meeting was being and this "unorganized piratical rabble," ting of Macon, Ger ang 19-3m a prompt and speedy collection of such claims a* :
,) awl this is another great fire- the agents of said boats at Savannahand field, was blown open. An elder of the being victorious,were left in the quiet possession may be placed in his hand against the Uaited i
Jacksonville and Plank Road
brand got op by a Democratic Admin 5tra- Charleston.The Church immediately arose and closed it. of the field. there to remain or pur- Alligator State July

tion.. Why, Sir, this has been the law for yeas and nays being called for on the Again the door was blown open, and .nclosed. sue their former plans, as best suited theirinclinations. !TVTOTICE I hereby Company.,given that an application will .
A third time the violence of the Prawr. I1 .
the last fifteen or twenty years, and has 11 be at the next session the GeneralAssembly Phillip
of said resolutions resulted follows
been frequently enforced both by Democratic adoption as wind blew the door open, notwithstandingthe Rumors were current here, on Thursdaylast me State t>f Frd o an amendment ATTORNEY AND COUXSttLOa AT LAW.JodbontiQ [

and Whig Administrations,particularlyunder ; elder was pressing it at the time. Instantly that Camargo had already fallen into of the Charter of &e abn named Cmp *Fla- 1 ;!

Mr. Fillmore. But, sir, such flimsy Yeas-Mr. ColcNcyMcsrs. the whole house was filled with the hands of the Insurgents-that it was ny. July TILL attend to any professiaeal iustaess a- 1-
: andLivingston. of sand and the had his V trusted to him mth*Court cftbKatera
Acosta Buffiington particles speaker t.
political devices as these are unworthy of captured by another army of them, under Jacksonville & Alligator Plank RoadCompany. Circuit and the Supreme Court at TilTiime- ::
filled with the fine dust. caused
and show to what eyes This the command of and Yillareal. .
serious refutation only Carvajal a II* has also such aa adrantageous conoectioa with -
desperate straits the Whigs politicians are Councilman Buffifngton stated that some disturbance hi the assembly, and We know not how true this rumor may A N Election ro nine Din of this Company j aa able Lawyer at Washingtoa City,as wffl easur '
with what utter most of the persons present arose to their but credence in it. from the XX is hereby ordered at Jacksonville, a prompt and sgeedr collection of seek elaisa a*
driven,and contempt they in casting his vote against the resolutions prove we place the of
on twentr-fint day August next
feet, some jumping put of the windows near fact tiiat ;.. thata may be placed ia Ins hands against th* UaHod
seek have
the whom to knowledge
look upon voters, they offered by councilman Cole be had we liy order of the Board: State. I
where they were sitting. force has been for time
cheat in this considerable some GEO. W. CALL,
manner. T
been governed by no fuling whatever of Mr. Morrison said he had not time to recover -
in for that object. July 13,
Those of our fellow Citizens who are so process organization 181U6. J. B: Coker
towards the Charleston steamers. from the effects of the of wind ,
partiality gusts The in the battle near Mata-
unfortunate not to be able or have not insurgents, 4t
as In the Circuit Court of Putnam ATTORNEY AT LAW
that struck him with fury before
We have incontrovertible evidence that the particular moras commanded by E. GautierYaldomut&S Cunty.
the opportunity, to read and inform them- were Eastern Circuit of July NewnajvillsBa. I
he heard sound overhead & ,
a cracking ,
selves these should be treat- Yellow Fever is raging to a fearful extentas commander-in-chief,with the
upon matters Anthony Executor of the last Will and *
of time after the
and in a moment tempest Rbi
ed with and fairness and Capistran and his Tan Dohlen late of sellCou.nty Smith & Bradford t
more respect an epidemic in Savannah which requiredthe blew the door with such violence o Cr ,
open son-in-law Guadalupe Garcia the latter of
should be mad of in this ,
not game way. de CmplILA. AT LAW
enforcement of the most stringent the with the whole walls widi ATTORNED
filling room sand whom the rank of commander of the ,
.Oar public speakers and presses should enlighten .A.Van and others,the Heirs Creditors -
them, and, like your humble correspondent Quarontine regulations-whereas at Char- lad fallen in. Immediately about the pulpitin staff and the former that colonel of cival- of said Estate, Defendants.A & & SOLICITOR CHAHC7BT, o-

tell them nothing but what leston a much larger city than Savannah which he was standing, the plastering ry. The minor officers were wholly composed NTHOS7 ROBISS, Executor A aforesaid, I AUigftor end IfewnonnUU fU r, :
was not broken and to his right several citizen's of} &. Since their :i. Bill the side WILL attend to aH basm .
1*. SOBER TRUTH the disease was not in his opinion predicated old ladies and others escaped unhurt. lIe very signal victory they have planted a ran- .this bmg, Ale h the o Ca"lYD o: to them. promptly cs Mtratted t

: Democratic County Convention. upon official reports prevailing to anyextent. expressed himself being greatly shocked cho near Matamoras where their ranks are said Estate: It is Ordered,That all persons havingclaims K.WHT. sum, I I .snuDrex, "
the suddenness of the and against the said Estate, Creditors or otherwise Office at Alligator. | Cffle at 5waaMfU
Pursuant to notice, the Democrats of lIe expressed his willingness to at calamity; icing hourly augmented with fresh recruits, do Sletbeiriald clsintswjjhtbeQerkof. july 7-ly it

Duval county assembled in Convention at go for as stringent regulations with regardto when he fairly recovered from the blind- and it would not surprise us if in our next this Cor in and for the said cut of Pta e
ness caused, Ac, a most terrible sight presented issue we were called upon to record the I O Wor the twenty-fifth day J. 8. MURDOCH.Pbysj.c1.a.z2.
Charleston when the disease should A.
o Ul&
the Court House in Jacksonville on Tuesday prevail itself before him. He saw two men act of their having taken that city. Evpry j 1535. And that this notice M Ime jr j-

evening Sept. 5th, and organized by to the extent in that city that it now already dead-the head of another man thing at present seems certainly to denote ''I Newspaper i this Circuit,once a week, until the' removed his offic from the Bufr

calling CoL JOHN BROWARD to the is in Savannah. He desired his position greatly mangled,just appearing among the their complete success. The deep discon-I expiration Given a pr this nineteenth HAS_ BOUMnear to hi*dwelling apposite esi Fenyth-|, rl,.

Chair, and appointing Gco. C. POWERS, of placed upon the record that might not be rubbish-a lady clasping her child with in the tent is so general against the existing government day o July, A. D.a Cabr.. lira ggcU'L. July Uel1 "
misunderstood.The agonies of death, and a young lady ber that its administrators dare not [ WILLIAM A. FORWARD,
St. Johns.Bar, Secretary.On body bent across one of the seats and her move the force which garrison the cities of Jrgc Sigdl Circuit Court of the GREAT lUlL ROUTE

motion of Samuel Fairbanks, Esq., following resolution which had been face most horribly distorted. From differ- the republic, through fear that the inhabitants o Eastern Circuit o Florida. FROM CHARLESTON TO NEW TOttLili. t .

the Convention then proceeded to select adopted the last meeting, council having ent parts of the building he could hear the themselves wili rise against them, so I HEREBY CERTIFY that th, i a true .... I

the Democratic been unintentionally omitted in the groans of the dying and the stifled screamsof soon at the cause is removed which force copy cf the Order o file in my oe.WInD"
candidates to be supported by 10
the crushed. my hand and the office, at the Through Fare from Charleston to WHmbgtoa, SOd
party at the ensuing election for the proceedings was ordered to be placed upon Of the injured onlr one. Mrs. Marscll them to subjecticn. I Curt Huns i PaUtka, this 19th day of July, A.. Wilmington to Baltimore .. U 00 lit
S. GLINSKI, Wilmington to Philadelphia MM
State :Senator, an! two Representativesfrom the record; haS yet exjired.31iss'Duffi's in;very precarious Additional European News. julv29-6m Clerk C C. of Putnam Co. Wilmington to New York, > 80t tI
this count r. Resolved; That the Town Marshal be required condition. Mrs. Iar&halire, of The Choln-a-Ruuian rapacity to be q ._ With choice of rout between Wildest and Bal D
[ to give immediate notice to all lot William Marshall, is not expected to re checked-Reported Russian victory in Notice. Umoi*.
Upon a call of the several precincts represented holders within the limits of the town to cover. The other injured parties are in Alia.-thrtf thousand Turks killed etc.BOSTON SIX MONTHS from date, the undersigned Ad- TWO TRAINS will leave the South .CaroSaa .
their delegates declared in favor of the Estate of I a.B.Cole,deceased Depot, Line street Charletoa daily tgroO
haTe the filth removed from their premiaesand fair for Sept. 1,1854.
a way recovery. ,will final and vouchers, at 7 A M.and 4 3-4 P M anivar ia ,.
of Jacksonville present wamiwtaa.
Hon.FELIX LtviNCSTOi alt t
of ,, to hateall weeds cut off and Greenlow of steamer I The steamship Europa arrived this morn- .
oi- removed Capt the Memphis, the Hon. of county,ro North CarotiDa&3 A M aDd 2 P X. PuMtMre t.
for Senator, and DIRLIXC C. PAESCOTT, without the corporation within Ji ce which a boat was badlr damaged, thus describe big from Halifax with the details of the Jodg, .i at the same time ask t bedischarged by the second train will travel over th* Wiliv.*

Clay HilL, and MILTOX Huns, of May- days from their receiving notice, and in the tornado ; lie was on the forecastle European news to the 18th inst. We glean a sah Administrator.S.. ton and.f&DChetQtaJ1lOId by daylight at W&mmgtont

Port, for Representatives. case of their failure to do so the Marshalbe of his boat when the first blast of, the following additional information from GLISSKI, ;a trains despatched at 6 A X a4t
The candidates where then declared unanimously empowred to perform such service at the the hurricane struck her. He saw the blockof i our foreigu files: Palatka, August, '54. Administrator. P 1>, the first train only connecting at Wld**} r-

nominated; after which motion expense of the person or persons occupyingthe houses of Tom Beatty crumble to the i When the Europa sailed the cholera was Ineo'Tent Notice North Carolina with the aboard nt BMaaka ca.
Railroad to Norfolk, these by steamers to JWd1II0re .
made that candidates be nominated
was premises.Councilman. ground, and before he could utter a warning on the increase in London. FLORIDA, ) ;sal both train connecting at WUoa wiSh 4as ;
by acclamation, which was carried. Livingston 1M before the cry to those around, the storm was The British Parliament had been prorogued Sun County DvtaL { the uppesvonte through PeUnburg,Rkhmood,aadWashmgton. be.li
Judge Livingston being present,acceptedthe Council communication Victoria. In her q At Baltimore both tiMe eauec\Wi
the following ; upon him. He clasped his arms around a ; by Queen speechon POLLY ANN Administratrix c/ the ,
nomination for Senator, in remarks "To the Hon. Intendant and Councilman tancheon to sustain himselC la an instanthe the occasion she complimented the bravery JL Estate of .05&. baring the line to Philadelphia and lSew York. -
breathing a patriotic spirit and couched in of the Town of Jacksonville. heard a rushing sound over his head, of the Turkish soldiers, and announced in.my office a written de me Public are respectfully informed that th***BaM a*>
&iYD .
o in first the Can aolHiiU
are condition are *
language such as all true Democrats delight Gentlemen:-I regret being compelled to and a noise that was like the crack of an that a final check would be pat to Russian otsaidEtat.; This is therefore a persons management trusty and xpriaosd Coadmoni bA

in hearing uttered. dissolve[ the official but very agreeable associations immense wagon whip, and saw the greater rapacity by England and France. baring demands against said Estate, present and the steamers from Norfolk to BaUutor ar*,
and authenticated to the .
Messrs. Prescott and Haynes also accepted which I have bad with you for several portion of his cabin roof sailing over his The Russians report that they have J them proved of said County of Dural, oa or navigated by able and experienced ,. ,. r td .'
their nominations, and addressed the months put; but my business is such head and alighting in the river fifty to se pined a great victory in Asia and killed before the Prbe of March next, when there will thereby securing both safety and detpateh. BOb .

Convention in felicetous and truly Democratic that I cannot with propriety longer remaina venty-five yards ahead of him. A moment three thousand Turks.A be a p -rata distribution of the fund belonging to sent Through from one Passengers Depot to aid the their bthtr baggage, fr cf d.charf M ..

language. member of your honorable body. Please after the ponderous hull of the boat received letter from St. Petersburg says thatno said Estate, amongst the Creditor thereof. along the route. boor .
The Convention was then addressed by therefore accept my resignation of the officeof a tremendous blow, as it were and one dares to think of peace hi that city. Witness my hand and the seal of Through TICkets to WHalngtoa; North' Carel1' 0-
1X1,1 said Court of Probate, this the
McQueen Mclntosh. Eeq. who, having jus I councilman of your Town. was whisked from its moorings over to a but voluntary contributions were becomingscarce. ( 25th day Aagust A. D., 1854. eanbe bed 010.7.POLLEE,Anat cl." 8MACarolinr to
returned from the interior, gave the most With Consideration and Respect reef of rocks in about the space of time required FELIX LIVINGSTON. Railroad Company,Ltoestsuetf.'ha.Iuetei-. -
cheering accounts of the prospects of the Your ob't.8e"'t. [ to draw breath. Prussia has declared her Intention to ef- Judge Probates Dual County. South Carolina and to Baltimore,PoOadalpkia,Mi itNew 101 .
York,at the Offic of th* Wilmington and a
Democracy.C. 26-6m
FELIX LIVINGSTON. feet a mediation. aGe leigh Railroad CevpMry. WttkiigtoB If.e. '>
Broward, FAq, also responded to a Jacksonville Sept. 5. 1851- [From Ou BrmenniUe Flag, Avg 13.3] TeasI Teaatf TeisI Fotfurthr information sp5dyi.LLSTIVifl' "
all of the Convention in a speech and was t1..' .
Which was on motion by councilman Cole AgtDt Charlestons a julyIdBURTON -
Important News from Mexico. of the very best Quality and warranted : .
followed by numerous other good and received and a vacancy declared to exist. ferrielr TEAS" importation and at reduced prices in .
true" Democrats in remarks replete with His Honor the Intendant then ordered an packages from 1 Ib.to 1:41b.; and from 50 cent Successors of H-Timanus
interest and calculated to arouse the enthusiasm election to be held for member of the NEAR MATAMOIAS-OOVERNNEXT TROOPS to$150 per pound. Black of the chowest kind, ,
a Oa the De of the 6th test, by Rev.D.Han- DRY GOODS GROCERIES PBOTI-
DEFEATED, ETe.As also Green of the finest quality, at .
of the ConTention.OIImotiOQ Common Council on Tuesday, Sept. 12th ins, W.C.WaIT, of this place, to Miss JAM E. T.MCMILLAN'S, IONS,Ac:. tain
Fairbanks the Chair we stated in our hut issue the coals .
S. ,
by mat. WIST uSe*f South Carobna.Jacksonville 25-3t Apothecary Hall Bay-it iIoisies RifI,Babpe& '
Executive Committee of civil war in Mexico has at last fanned ang -
appointed a County. ,, Councilman Bnffiington was appointedby t' .. r
to take' such action during the pending his honor the Intendant to supply the Into consuming ame which is sweeping Female S1O Reward. L.AMMERMAV, : ; Te .i

canvass aa they may conceive the interests, place of Councilman Livingston on the very: thing before it. The State of Tamauipasis alongside of tie its.aer&rninoZa,oa the DOMESTIC AND FANCY DBY Gobb. .
of the party require. special street committee. now almost wholly in possession of XNSTXT'UTm.I of the 18th inst, the YELLOW Hats, Caps, Boots Shoes Ac -' tci.a :

Oa motion the Convention then adjourned Council then the insurgent forces. Victoria has been BLUFF MAIL BAG. The finder,by leaving the Holmss RMS Bay-Strut. ._ .
adjourned.E. _.
br weeks held by them and a popular am* aad contents at Yellow Bluff Post Oboe,will .
wftk three hearty cheers for MAXWXU GORDEN, C. 0. govmment receive the above reward. GWCALL :,
tad three for the county candidates. formed under the gubernatorial .W.R.TOMB P.M. ATTORNEY AND COUNCZLLOitiOffice : {
JOHN BROWARD, Quarantine Orders direction of Sr. Juan J. de Garza. He has KIlL P. SWART will mum th* charge of aug. ba Bay-Sc; .:.1 .. we <
Chairman. The following embraces such orders in >een joined by the,towns of Tula,Jimenes this lastitttlioa oa the llth of September M la- ,
San FernadoSotade Marida etc in the wood opposite U* residene of Mr. Swart oa 1t: For sail er to Rent. 3* R.DORJt&N1 ex-
0. Poirxif '1 ". .. -
JKO. Savannah and .
regard to Quarantining Forsyth street ATTORNEY AT LAW:
about to to -
Southern portion of the State and the Subscriber being remove 8t .
Secretary.ENTHUSIASTIC b force Term per quarter from 14,00 to *8CXX In- TUX his Office on Bay-Si: : or-
Charleston steamers that are now : probability is that bythis date the cities of I trootua ia Drawing Ac,extra charge .. would dopoMof propertllaJacbolmUe. :- '\ are

GATHERING! OmcEJtdUmriO Ma.talDOraa'aDd Tampico alone hold out r Ir- W -
Imnurr BpC Said property consists of two lots and a oomfor- -Ri"GoOWB the
Daitfrietig at'>ackjKeptsmber *, JFla Sept 4, 1854 faithful for Santa Anna' Administration I Administrator's notice table dwelling hous, pleasantly locate at the I Uu-

. -.we. f d.of ., r.! tfi4 qfflctri md fgtntt of sUamtrs, 4e* the former(which is even now being men I MONTHS from daU hereof I,wfflapply to West end of Bay street upon &II eminence which Cnxicry. Hardware,-BooM
ia emoeratx having asaemb3.at M J&4 SOMMO&end Florida lint tBy aced by a large and enthusiastic:insurgent SIX *Judge of Probate Alachuaeounty.E.la commands aIDe view of th*rirvr. ;' and Shoes.CiotMnfe **,4c.: !
th in accordance adric and Consent of th Ccav force, rendered confident saocessfrom the I ,for a final discharge from th*further admiaisUaUflnofthFstat Both Iota at* eultirated u.a vegetable and ", '. ., '...-. .- : o
Court House and wihtl' .
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flower -I .. LUK "
: fIl garden-
'.'AO&e, to appoint Delegate mon Coeacfl c U* Tewu JacksoorilUtW* day result of a signal, victory gained over their I ;WPd If not old WIn the September, said prm-I II.E W. _!- ; i"- : .
to attend'the County Convention. assembled, th* following quarantin regulations enemies near the gates of the city. The .' 18. (. .PIL lies will be rented to a quiet respectable family I DRY GOODS, GROCIKIB6,:PfiOTTr. -
The OMifae came- to order by calling Win be atorwd vatO otherwise ordered: StateS of Guerroro notwithstanding the "Aal 2 Notice .' For terms which will be aonomodatiaft. anquir ions,UK) cenerU Mer :: "c '
UV&GSTON circulated rumors of the death of Gen.Alvarez *th*subscriba oaths premiee., e :
F. to the Chair and 01 -
Mr.Judge A.D.OCCTT 10 act as Secretary. AH lUtm-" vessels sod other boat eoUring U now in the exclusive possession of .z1.A LL, PERSONS a ia be,1d against July 22-itt ,C.M.KCKXMJTO..Xetfee. .. : xt

The Chabtaaa having set forth the pnrme *.1.riw frw th**lty of Savannah. Os, that intrepid chieftain and every arrival i Land Wa&te.L.. 11,!rO 160 a f B l e ,>: : *> .
board th* .wiD : vf
the and fewbappfremarka ad all proasaadthigsca brings (intelligence of other outbreaks. !tamed 1 Act of Congrej S'&b n ato
of meeting expeesedja a -
closed his Store 4
be J-w a&WI poiD& 650 the of IHoemUr, Sohnrihtr us goes .
sot be.u..a ised silo With those of oar neighbors. Immediitey ISthday 181 s To *
the general auspicious con- Warrant last lort oat of ta North to.buy a flew Stock of Clothing andrulgbIng : 11..R.W. : ,. ;:
its uatnthy have rwaaia4 ia Qi&rsnUeaM. Dams.pwbbkJaaiosvm.qaraatlDIgeM* contiguous to us.the aspect of affairs are 1 Boots Shoes Hat.Caps Bol- rri-
dittoa of Democracy, cheering prospects Urn ta the January.; torn ,* Goods ; -. A.JlBLEIL .
in wi own StaIa.,batSBOre especially ( ) assuming quite aa interesting shape.' On WtwMa .t' aed Black rail and Ifa- wry, Glove, te,which a*wffl offr for ale in CM DRY GQODSBOBJ1crr '.:.)? < UM'K

pnahrtiAsalil* bufiaattoa cf encouragement far tM.p.s.Jrs'COIIMCItCiH i43' after. their he morning of the 13th inst. a(unODl.and toad applymt; t the Oo mls kB r Pu. New Brick Star .of Mr Summer, oa Bay itmt, r : .
the bloody battle was fought between the in- I a dwpUeat* MARTIN by the 15t.Eeyterntez------- c. _". L ." .'. .', .
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which are offered tmr.poizaif,. and of the q4 \"
iJr QkPinLi. '., Port Fbyjfci**threat,aehher win th/*show4 urgents a portion GoTcrnmtnt "' .. ira fa,
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wtkrbhua.brthz4re&1atht.th1 i" *WbiElhe Wblg 6f thisCommonweall would "have day a position of inferiority* tOt we cannot doubt that ber'e wu ymjta bedS I,n It mar tab off.tMi _
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& E. M. Gilbert', 'Saialiali'M College. "tllILESTON.1NJFLllII1.: ..

.. it EVERT SATURDAY, AT.JacksonTijtf J1lb al A v&-s- MA1WI'ACTUIWUJudDta- IW5. il': Tea 1-' .. 1(511 RteasIW5 ] .;:

,: i <'Baral FIaiY' Orange'and. St'Lude. ,.'. ',tat"Tuesday in ApriL LBRSia aUdescriptknafiIAaE3.atXoa.35and.of CAlLS :Lb.xoli,SLD..Pte. .Theory .D.Practice Depository' ; ,. C.tNA'Ail > .
" ,- ,, Cosatjr, ,, 3d do. do ApriL Wet ofModiclne. -.'., Removed. to ;the ''New.'si la noliaea*
. ; .' 8umter7 2d Monday ia ApriL wortt Street and 71ayna Street CharlesUm. .5 ,
. :o. pjKoi.wcsM.D. Prof of Obtetr BulUUng.oppoklte< Baldwln'a iTHtOCOH TO ALATa-A PI 24 TO 30
t.:: ,' yiFa: : '--.COLE\ Marion 4tfc do do ApriL Our Stock it an extensive one, and purchasers .W.G. UU.D..P.orSargt. .. ,Office, Jacksonville.WHER .- HOCXI.

l' b 1 to J.. >* i,7 i.. i Alaehaa, lat do do May. are respectfully requested eaB on W, aa we eta C.W.W ,) Sa ktpt'constantly oa hand a large and THE CAROLINA will leave CHARLESTON
I f- ': TwrDcalzripo ;Annum, la ad* Colombia 21 do do May. Offer great-inducements i La styttf and prices;; aDd pt.riaModicsandproLInciUutcaofMedI n. selected aaortsaent of every Saturday,at 3 P.M. Retaraiar, wB lea.

.U : .. __J ., N assan. Wednesday, before 4tb'1I0Dday in May. any articles boagbt at our, establishment. are warranted J.Lntu.J PALATKA every MOdJyIA.IR. PICOLATA,
.1 H- 41'. Duval-- 4th .do' do May. in every respect. .j-I, 8-tl/ npeat., D .- D&OaS AJTD C3ZXXCA1S, 10 A.31, aa.UACKS01'fVJLLB.; 3 A.M. _
: .: ,r' dheonUnued"ttntil aU arrearages an' B Johns, TZd 'do iaJuno. 'B1 lu'fu } Atwayt received by. the.latest arrivals,warranted THE FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTON erfTJ

Y' at the option or the Publisher.. TALL TERK. Cajrriagc. & a..essJ Depository, e1e.\T.HOWABD, M.D,Pre of Anatomy.J. .' fresh and genuine. AIM, Tuaday, at 3 P. M. Retarniag.- .m Wave

-t" .rPff & will be inserted oa I. Orange and St. Lade Tuosday before tile lit HOUSE .B.RBAD, M.R, Prof o PUI Anatomy 'Ierfnmerr* Comb, Brashes, 8oap PALATLA 8 o'clock A. M. BLACK CREir,
r : ''h f Monday in November. 42&g2 SraR *g"*+ AT. THE WHITE of ,and Demonstrator. Lamps, Bnraitig Flvld,*?. 3 P. M, .DJ'JACXONTILLg, Frifcry,3 A.::II.
in t South-Wat Corner Assistant Demonstrator of wbichwiltbesoldlowfore.eh. These' Steamer* comet with 'all the ,
Putnam Last Tuesday before the 1st Monday J. J. .WEST, M. D interior
L : ,ouat I1 Eire.of twtlrd llnwaad aadar,' November. MEETING and WESTWOKTH.STREETS. Anatomy.-- Cxmntry orders soUclted and punctually attended Stages of EM florid, sad eomweia.beta way

.; :4dr4isith; Lad T5 eeaU for each s.bge- Snmter 4th Monday November. Charleston, S. C. nilE. REGULAR Coerce of LECTCBES in this In- to. .PbysiciaDi'prMcriptioBf put.p with cart and with the New York eeaaHaipa.CafoUaa&a&nad."
f the lowest
baerdbB.;To' Marion, lit do In December CARRIAGES of every descriptkin'at X stitntion, will emu the first Mondayin despatch. Wilmington Boat .
".'". 1.4 yearly advartlsen a liberal I A: 2d do in December. prices always on band and no article sold except November,and terminate in the following March. *> TEAS. ,' Passage from Charleston to JscksoBrtlk,'M{.
I ._e. Columbla.,34 do ia December. such as can be warranted in the fullest term by Preliminary lectures will be delivered from Mon Agent for the New York Pekln Tea Company.Tea S Picolata and Palatka;'1". S

'J r- I3T AUaarertbeBrtnU most be paid for before' St Johns lit. do ia November.: July 8-tf M. 11. NATHAN. day.the 16th day of October, until the commence of direct importation, and of 34 varieties,from For farther particular apply to" f..

r laser1Sa%::BBlMl b,a teplu eGl Cy refer- Dave[ '3d do in November. "'m. M. Lawton & Co moot of the Regular Coarse,for which no additionalal a 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package all warranted and at J.W.CALbft ELL Cbartesteav
fee will be Student have free accoM extremely low prices.LYCuntryieaben. BELLEC1IA8SE FIXEGAN.
rUg to 6ar terms the requisite n.may beacon* STATE COPRT-JJteWfe Circuit. ruir
FACTORS AND to the Medial Ward oChe Savannah supplied,by order Jaeksoavill
taiaei aad traasmittod with the advertisenwnt. grRIXG TBRtf. COMMISSION MERCHANTS l extensive 1nder the medical lug accompanied with Cash. R. R.REID, Palatia.gTEAJI "
{7|Ad vortiaemenU not marked with the nnmWrcfcsertWsr Madison 3d Monday April. No. 13 Southern llhmf control of two members of the Faulty,by whom GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, ic, COMMUNICATION
J '*oa 2d do in ApriL clinical lecture are delivered. In addition to this, ,
| 54redwiUbe continued until 1st do Charleston, S.C. also always kept on hand. BCTWEE .
Waknlla inApnl. Wm. M. Lawton I AVm. M.Taylor they have ample opportunity for learning practical July 8-tr T McMILLAS. > ?
ivroid l and ,
ipt.ror. .
Loon 3d do in April.Gadsdetti Savannah and Florida.
R. Wainnght Bacon |I Joseph T. DilL medicine at the College Clinque,which is open da- _
tVI Ye Dolman will b._eharjed for all anaoanoemenU ht do in March. July 8 tf ly to patients.During NEW SKYLIGHT THE new and elegant Steam..
Hamilton 4th do in April session of two hundred '
candidates for office lID advance. past upwards ST. TWINS, .. fen
rtOb squaw;for aixtnonths, t ,: 11000Legal FALL TKRV.Madiaoon Geo Abbott & Co, C prescribed far, aad over thirty Sugircal ltg1ttrain1t ''aticfl FiBKaoasr, will packet leave Savaaaak every Thursday
November. in the of the Students !
or other Business Cards per an. 10 00 I Jefferson,2d 3d Monday,do in in November. No. 96 Eatt-Bay, (oppotUe Bay'I J-Co'"Wharf) vt operations the Clinique.performed Material fur presence Anatomical investigations ; morning the intermediate mt o'clock. forPalatkateucLiagatsIl. S

ffS.aTstjse toPeUorsaad Creditors i 700) Wakulla, lat do in November. S .Charleston S. C, willbe abundantly supplied. Fees: Matriculation I TIlE Subacriberheg* leave to inform the citizens This boat has been point bunt expressly for lib tradef

Application Letters of Administration, 5 00(I Leon 3d do October, Dealer in $5 1 Fall Coarse of Lectures, $105 1 Demonstrator I JacksonviIIo and its vicinity that ho still I ha large and airy state-roeai aeeoamodatioaf fcr
Gadsden, let do in October.ll&miltoD.4th SPIRIT GASS AND CAMPHENE, ,810; Graduation 830. For further information I continues to keep open his
Application; for diatniml as Adouoistrator 10 00) passengers, and taking the inland route prteate
do in November with Lampl'oe every description for the lame ,address,port-paid. NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY
Editorial notices for private benefit will be char- superior accommodation fur iavafid sad etbertv
STATB COURT-.Southern Circuit. ALSO jnlv8 II. L.BYKDM.DDean. on Foreyth Street, second door west of Dr. Hol This boat will leave Jacksonville, oa bar man
fed double the ratee of advertising.I3TAO SPRITO TERX. English American White Lead, Paints, \% E. Baker land's residence to Savannah every Sunday morning at 3 .'rl_.

religious notices will be inserted gratnittontjy. 4th in of every land, Linseed and Sperm Where he is prepared to take pictures In a manner For farther particulars inquire of Capt Yr.-
Levy, Monday March SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL surpassed born, on board, or to
Qemando, let Monday in April. July 8Oil, Glass, Putty,&c. tf not by any. He has spared no expense
All: admlssable personal oommnnioations will be I Hillsborongh 2d Monday in ApriL COMMISSION MERCHANT.July in fitting np hi* Booms having a splendid CLAGHORN CUNNINGHAM,Batt

j charged as advertisements.CJTAU )Monroe let Monday in May. Joseph Whilden, 8 Savannah, Geo. tf tasteful reception style room, besides for ladies his large fitted fine up Skylight in a neat, enabling and july84f BISBEE CENET *A TEASDALE CAFOVA, Jacksonville., Palatka. .

bills of Job Printing must be p&id on FALL TERX. dealers in him to take in singly
pictures or
Fort & Dunham. gronpe inS a.i.TcatjBittola TI-.
the detfvery of the work. Levy, 2d Mondry in October Paint Oils Glass and Ship Chandlery,I clear or cloudy weather. lie feels confident ol

,. |2"AU letters bnainoss,and commnnications Hernando 3d Monday in October. No. 60 1-2 J4t.Ba4f FACTORS AND giving satisfaction to all who may furor him with CARRYING TIlE U. 8. MAIL
u be Hillsborough lit Monday November. opposite P. and M. Bank Charleston, S. C. COMMISSION' MKKCHAXTS, a calL lIe is thankful for past favors, and hopesto ETWEES: .

atast pod paid <.receive attention. Monroe, let do in December. HE keeps constantly for sale, a general assortment &Ianna.( receive a continnanco of the same. Those who' Palatka Fla, and Savannah fro. ,

STATE COURT-Western Circuit. of Paints and Oils of all kinds,Window Henry R. Fort. I T. K. Dunham. do not want picture, are respectfully invited to I (IMid. all 1M
Butter* the California Pioneer. Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine' Camphcne,I call and examing his rooms and specimens. S
IPalJl'O JOHN RICHARDSON, Via Pleolata Black Creek and Jack***.
pint Cans Tallow, Onndstondc Cordage Chain july 8-tI M. W. GRAVES.dt
We gather some interesting Franklin 2d Monday in April.
I Pumps, Cotton Foot Gin Future, Glue Packing FACTORS, Bonvllle Fla., and SU Marys,Bran*'
concerning this remarkable man, from a Calhoun 4th do in ApriL Yard. and Brushes of variouskinds. July 8-tf Savannah, Georgia. Jacksonville Foundry wick,and DarIen,Geo

communication in a New York French paper Jackson, 1st do in May, S juS Qfflce jVb. I BedltfonT* Jiu3Jinfr.Djing fi ba THE Steampacket WE AKA
by a Polo M. Holenski; who visited Washington do in May. IT. A. Cohen & Cohen -J annMACHINE : tr rmr-1_ ". KI.VO ,
I Llolmee, Tuesday after 3d Monday in May. and Renovating EstablIshment, CapL P&lat.ka
Mr. fiutter a few years eince. lie found I Walton, 4th Monday in May. Importer and Dealer in York-st the Court WORKS.T every Monday morning at o'clock.
the "Old Captain" as Sutter is Santa Rosa 1st Monday in June. 1 ", near Hoe, Arrive at Jacksonville same ev.aieg, sad
called, though less thyi fifty and familiarlyI I Escombia, 2d do in Juno. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC :.\YAXSAI GEt Subscribers, havIng made extensive and leave Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock toacaiaf at
185 ..3TiE X
Dry Goods 3T valuable improvements in their esUblinhmrnt the intermediate place above. ,
youthful in appearance, a very agreeable FAIL TERX. .33.Estblishe are now prepared to furnish Through fare from Palatka Pkolata and mask

and talkative companion. lie is engaged Franklin, let Monday hi Eoocmbor. So. 175 East-Bay, Charleston, S. C. Sllblribrgt favors would patrons state and that friends,in Steam Engines, of any required power, from Creek, - '. 9900
; in writing tho memoirs of his varied and I C alhoun, Thursday after 4th Monday in November. Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold Cohen addition to Otnued in Dying I to 100 bones; Through fare from Jacksonville 900
Jackson 2d in November.
: adventurous career. In showing his guest Monday July 8 tf r liy him during imprvement England acquir Haw Mills; Through Ucksts are finished from JackseavBU
after M in Nov. "
IVashington, Tuesday Monday viit t 8t-
posoesskms which were extensive,he land raado for Sugar Mills; to Charleston tof .' .800
very Holmes 1st Monday in November. ha arrangements extending
Fraser &
remarked,,"But for the discovery of gold I I[ Walton 4th do in October. Thompson business by which ho w oowenahedtoDye"greater Horse Powers; tme \fELAK.\ wanecta with oeeef ike
Grist Mills New York and
should now be a very rich man." S anU Rosa 3d do in October. FACTORS AND variety of Colors on Dro8l. Philadelphia Steamship. from Savannah
Ac which he trusts will all and all other machinery need in this country. every Wednesday.
Eacambia, 2d do m October. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Sheila generally please
The waiter I .
says: ,I who favor him with their Iron and Brass Casting ( R. K. DUKE Palatka.AGENTS. .
Jean A. Sutter, in whose mill-race the I UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. Adger'a North Wharf Gentlemen's may Garments Dyed patronage.Cleaned or Renovated \3T Steamboat, Saw Mill and other repairing, .} BISDEK1 C A NOVA, Jaekmvffi
first of Charleston S. C.rnr.i'ic at short notice. jnlyB-tf / S. N. LAffITEAU&....
discovery gold in California was I Northern District. a* may b required, in the same superior- '
r. FRASeR |
,made, U a Swiss by birth. Ho was a lieutenant Tallahassee, 1st Monday in January. S 1,d 0. Merchant's Hotel TACL, B. rnosirwf.$1,dO. style which and has gnoralyl much pleased his pa. put g.All in operation machinejy in any purchased part of from the State ns will bycompetent be FOR TERrRISG

in the Swiss Regiment of Charles X.,, Apalachicola 1st do in February. Charleston, S. C. time Ladies' Bonnets/ Bleached and Pressed in machinists, when desirod, and upon I And all the intermediate Landing. on toW
And saw service at the revolution of 1830,, Pensacola let do in March. BEDCCTIOX IX PRICES. D1e. reasonable terms.Drawings .
when he was wounded. After the defeat,,' St. Augustine, 1st do in ApriL If'tt THE undersigned having leased this Hotel the moat attended .to. Order from the conn- and Estimates fumi med, without ST.JOHNS RIVER.THE .

an exile of his royal master he came to this Southern District. :situated in King Street solicit from the travel try When punctually are sent by steamboat:Ten moerate-, charge. MOOXEY k GOOKI.V a." Steamer Darlington,
) ling public share of patronage. Board, 91,50 parcels railrd July 8-tf Founders and Machinists.FLORIDA ---CapLJ.Broek, wilt leave.Jacksoa-
-country and first settled in where word should bo sent him by letter the
Missouri i Admiralty Court site at Key West ; always in SC- per day; singlo dinner 50 cts only. through rule at 8 '
every Saturday morning, o'clock arriving -
Pout Office that he know where to call fur
be became naturalized. lie then went to sion. so may
July 8-6m JAMES M. IIERST. 5 mON WORKS. at Palatka same day,-leaving Palatka at S
Qregon, across the Plains, then to the i A Warning. ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. '.f 1\. W.. BIGGS A Co. Jtl o'clock Monday Morning la'connection wWldl.
Sandwich Islands, and thence, in 1839, to MILLS HOUSE, r' Jarksonrille Flo. steamer Carolina and Ifcfaio. Retorting.>iQ
17\ Delay not harbor not in mind that L
California, where he established himself at ; your TIIOSAS S. KICKERSOX, now prepared to execute promptlp orders I lean Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tuesday moralag.

. the junction of Feather and American sentence of t Ob' philosophy that a diseate will]I Corner Meeting and Queen Streets, NEW YORK.Js ARE Steam Engine, Saw billie fc-n'.'ar Mills I and Pabtka at 8 o'clock.Wednesday morniag. and

rinn.and call his place New Helvetia. got cured of itself or that yon can cure it with cer ju.i3 Charleston S.C. tf. and Pans Grist bIllIe, Horse Power, Iron and arrive at Jacksonville same day. -

Nearly the whole tain mediciaes for a few dollars, Beware bow yontamper I CHARLESTON HOTEL Bras s Casting, and every variety of Machinery A,M. REED,
country was then occu Holmes) at JackwavQIe.
Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill Agent
pied by Indians; but by one means or another with your general welfare. D. MIXER, GENERAL COMMISSION Steamboat, and other repairing. B.B. REID,

he succeeded in inducing a large number Yo wild and vicious youths, why will you persist I Corner of Meeting and Ilavne Streets, Street, N.MRBl They will continue the manufacture and keep July 7-tT Agent at &.

of them to work for him, and he lived among in dosing with the filthy DaUeatingcompounds dally julyS CharletonS tf. "ITTILL pay 10 part Ja1!icul.ir attention to Y sales of YelVV constantly hand, their variety of Plows Timber: STEAMERS

them something like a sovereign. proffered thereby impairing your appetio and I PAVILION HOTEL, low Pine Lumber, Lire Oak, and Carts; Chain, tc, to which they respectfully invite -

When the Americans came to the coun digestion and destroying yon mentally well asskMiilj II. L. I5UTTERFIELD, other SOUTIEPTUIER and PRODUCE, and patronage. July 8-1 y actOu.nt I'1eawiit

try, and war broke out he took sides with .h_n you can be curotl .iU .f,,. d. Comer of Meeting and Jlascl-sts., to purcbing 3IERCIUXDISE C. D. Oak THIS Steamer, which" baa
the Mexicans. When JU1n Charlestona tf J.I 7-lf S been put in eondittnn for,effectlr
peace was established medicines 7 I ,
ses pleasant
Jackioiitille Flo. service i II
now prepared to resume her renter h-
as he had no other title to hu immense You who thus and wish to bo II. \\. KINSMAN, S. II.
are annoyed restored Rockcnbaugh.CrXERAT. KEEPS constantly on hand a fine axsortmcnt sioem on the St Johns ia the towing or vesel,
P'. domains but occupancy, and as most of his to heath and vigor by a treatment at once has in store 117 Kin Immense? Street 4.1.- of WATCH ES,JEWELRY and FANCY rafts Jtc, and performing such other service*

Indian deserted him he could not continue pleasant and effectual!, should consult Dr. NOR WINUOWiII.\DES.an stock of COMMISSION M CHANT GOODS, which bo offers for sale cheap I may be appointed by special contract. .,
. to the land he for cash. Engagements be at time anIseed Into
. occupy found himself RIS. His success in chronic diseases has been which ho is now offering at prices each as to present 112 Pearl Street .V. YCAREFUL may any
' speedily reduced from a z:5ET Watches Repaired and Warrented.Vm. with the Captain in charge of her at aav poiat at
great proprietor to great inducements to customers. attention will to sales of
than that of other of his
greater any physician day ben which she may be upon the route, or with bin pre-
a simple farmer. lie still! however entertained 1 ALSO Rice, Sugar and .
. Timbr. vTlLLXlb
prietor. (julyS-tf
who have been for afflicted with disease
\ Grothe
years .
Loco and MI1SUnCurtailL other Southern
ambitious aspirations,and was a candidate ,Satin DeLanos, Dam- Prluce. Also, 1Ierchanlli.e pur ,
/or the Governorship of California.He or consequence resulting from excess, have i a.kn, &-e., all at a great bargain. july8-tf! chased on most advantageous terl. jall8r WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, .

was defeated, but in electioneering he been reetorod to health and vigor under his really MATTIIIESSEN 4 0'IIARA (In the room adjoining the Pott-office) HOTELS, &C.lVlAGNOLIA .- "
his scientific treatment. Joseph Grice, CL HAVING returned from Europe, again
neglected private affairs and found i it WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE,
fip begs leave to offer his con ices tA his old
"expedient to sell New Hehetia and eeek Should a personal Interview be objectionable No. 143 East Bay corner Queen, GENERALCOMMISSION friend and tho public generally. With his HOTEL

another residence. lie betook himself to state your disease in writing.-enclose five dollars July 8 Charletlon S.C. tf MRCIIAXT, experience for the last 'twenty-ix yean, as a

..the.vicinity, Marysville on Plume River -address Dr. W. II. MORRIS, through tho Poet WARDLAW WALKER & 33 Water Street N. Y. Watchmaker, he bores to give entire satwfm-tfen On the St.Johns River,

and called his new home Hock Farm. Therewith office, Savannah, Ga., and a package of medicines I, Cotton, Factors and BURXSIDE t STRICT and prompt attention given t the sale to those who wish to have their work don.. ia a UNDER ClIARCC! Or CAPT. 0, J."McK.
al artiles o produce entrusted tt his care, workmanlike manner. is a new House for tie.
recently opened
TTCompetency, and joined by his wife securely put np will bo sent privately and with COMMISSION. MERCHANTS, and all orer promptly ,'mplo with [July8-tf t.UWatl'be Clock.and Jewelry repaired at THIS Boarders, end visitors from Ike-

. and childre n after twentyyears' separation despatch fall of directions therewith, and no ques North Atlantic Wharf, the shortest notice. July 9-( North during the engneiag and future se-asoaa.: .
he leading quiet rural life. tions asked. tS\ julyS Charleston tf It in rtuated immediately oa the fit.'John's River,

Persons living at a distance, afflicted with Scrofula CIIAFEE, ST. AMAXD &; CROFT, BH iAm i Copartnership Notice. about 25 miles from Jacksonville aad a short distance
SODA SPI>cs IN TAB DESERT. A undersigned have this formed Co-
party WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, TOBACCO THE day a from the mouth Black Creek and ia meet
.employed in the survey of the public lands Old Ulcers Totter Cancers, Piles Fistula in Ac. under tbo firm of MATTIIIE!SEIJt favorably located and conveniently SUed wp for thpnrptwe

in San .I igo county, California, lately ADO Gravel Strictures, Gleets or any disease whatever julyS Xo 179 East Bay,,Charl eton.S.C. tf TIlEMILLL: O'HARA, anj will continue the Wholesale aadRetail ] mentioned. Arrangements 'mad for

found about fifty miles cast of San Felipe, of an aggravated or malignant character: ,can I EP'R-J1&: : :: : : the accommodation of sixty- boarders and already
f numerous themselves of location
singular collector of fountains or springs be cured at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS, by;, COMPRISING ,
DEALERS IN at the corner ol'East Bay and Queen streets at the"MagDoHa.n The House iscoaveaieat
of soda water. They lie in a sandy plain letter post paid enclosing a fee. SEGARS GROCERIES&c. LIQUORS Steam Saw Mill, Com Mill, Shingle, Charleston S. U. to a fine Mineral Spring, aDd boats and pooeye. are

-or depression in the surface of the desert. Medicines pleasant and safe, can be sent per mail] julyS No. 139 East, Charleston, Lath and l'JaIDln; Machines, WM. MATTHIESSEN, kept fur the purpose of going thither. The pwpri-
.Each: spring is in a mound of symmetrical to any part of the United States. Bay located at East end of the city, are prepared to July 1. '54. WM. P. O'HARA. tor re'p8CtfUy invites strangers and citisea U

., shape, tapering like a sugar-loaf,in the cen- Particular attention given to the treatment of female P. M. COHEN & Co., execute orders for t.tr:: Manufacturing LilaMiahmtnt, 36 Pratt "drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia Hoase ia wfater -
tro of the top of which is hole unfathomable DEALERS IN DRUGS !MEDICINES LUMBER, SHINGLES, AND LATHS, street New :tort, under fie .u rillte1ldoncc of or summer,and thus afford him an oppovtoaity
Ladies who bo afflicted
complaints. may J.MATTHIESSFT. (augj-2am-2in devoting that attention to their comfort which it
containing the carbonated beverage, with Irregularities, Flour Albns or White"Pro I. Ac.. &c. at moderate prices, deliverable on their wharf for will give himself and the able saperiateadeat se
fresh from some natural laboratory july8 Xo.29 Ilayne Street Charlcrton.S,C. tf. shipment or on tho street for city me. Dissolutiou ot Copartuenliip. much pleasure to manifest. .
lapsus Uteri, or Falling of tho Womb would dwell 0
low. Some of these mounds are six feet S. S. FARRAR & BROTHERS 83Tenns CASi,5 NOTICE U hereby given that the copartnership I J. A. st'JClDI.Jr
to aside all false delecacy and promptly con' Apply to, E. A. DicCOTTES, G.Butler A Co., was solved on the
high, and clothed with a green and luxurant suit the Doctor. Cents \V ARaUTED. DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES On the premises.N. .n.w..I..f.rth..fJ.1__" .__._ __ __."v. ._.". mntnnl._.__. <*.maAnf'. ._
coat of grass while others are shaped like, 1:7 All letters to receive attention must b Cpcetpad Ac. B. Corn ground o toll, at any hour of the J. G. Butler is authorized to settle the business PJ.ant.ers.ElO 4.

an inverted bowl, and fringed by a growthof enclosing a fee. Address Dr.W.1L MOB] Corner East Bay and Curaberland-Sla. flay. July B-o'm of the concern. Prompt payment of outstanding .
cane. The water is described as having RIS, Savannah Ga. julyS ChaTI"-km. S.C tfNEUFFER debts due the firm is roque,t tLJOIIX' CH1RLESTON, S. C. .
fvConsulting Rooms No. 78, Bryan Street TOP'T.TO.! G JQ THE Undersigned would respectfully lal
same sparkling and effervescent
pro- Monument IIENDRIX & Co. Lform his friends and the Public generaD1.U.a'
opposite Square. July 29-ly : anj2-tf) R.H. LEESE.Copartnershlp. .
petty as that ordinarily sold by apothecaries COMMISSION MERCHANTS, THE UNDERSIGNED, successors to HURT he has leased that extensive and well knows eaUblishment -

and was drunk with avidity by both i for the sale of ** No. 3, Holmes' Building1 have in the PLANTERS HOTEL, 'aad W
-the men and animals belonging to the par- Mechanics,Inventor and Manufacturers.1' Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, store and for salp, NOTICE is hereby given that we have this day now ready for the reception visitors. .1 tr eligible
tI. When inpregnated with &eM of $570. IN CASH PRIZES. $570. julyS Charleston S.C. U A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE into copartnership for the purpose location being eooveaient to all the basiaeM
& any of and localities, will commend it to thoM who visit the
sawing planeing the
VOLCMB T 'ScizxTiric AMEKICAS" lumber at Steam Saw
kin It produced instant etrervcscencc and &H or THE CONDICT
the 16th of JENNINGS & Co- Mill known as the City Mills, under the name, city on bnsinew, and no exertions or expense will
commences on September. It is chiefly ,
.m that form ia iai1y refreshing as a devoted to the advancement of the interests of Mechanic SADLERY. COACH HAltDWAR'k&c.No. ., Confuting of Dry Groceries, Provisions firm and style of Butler Kleruff. be spared by the Proprietor to promote the com
C dink. home of it has been 165 Meeting Gol. fort aid convenience of,hit
brought into *, Inventor,Manufacturer Farmer,, Street Hardware and JOHN O BCTLER gaeste, anti reader his
460 Francisco, in_ order to be chemically and is edited by men practically skilled in the art, JulyS CharttttonS U r Hats a Caps, Boots and Shoes, a G8ware., ang2-lm JACOB E. KIERUFF. house in every worthy of the pvblio" patronago

*tested, with a view to make tho discovery andlC eDCel. Probably no other journal of the I I COURTENAY large usrtment of Books anj Stationery and all and support. He- ia pleased to add .that M has

"of some practical utility. same character is so extensively circulated or so I DOOKS, STATIONERY AND, CHEAP I other article suited to the trade; to which they LIVERY STABLR secured Lamkin the services, u Book keeper of Mr.J. V.
generally esteemed for practical ability. Near. invite the attention of the public and ask them RE so long and favorably known to the tra .
*4 I PUBLICATIONS.JulyB t T Subscriber is now prepared accommodate veIling community of this and the Stat.,
all the Valuable Patent which issue and examine their stock before adjaceaC
.TcMPCKii.cc Daij.r.-Our anecdote of' ly weekly No. 3 Broad Street & purchasing his customers
CbarIestonS shape
tf r rS any way or manner, july 8-3m a W. BOXAK.
the Patent Office flatter
from iliuttntd wWi elsewhere as they themselves that
the are Engratinet theycan in first rate from
western judge who would "take a ma- style splendid horses and carriages -
..kerel" reminds a New Hampshire corres- and the claims.of all the Patents are published AGNEW, FISHER A HOXIE. sell as low as any one else, for cash or country down to horseback riding. Orange Spring Hotel
regularly in its columns as they are issued, FACTORS AND .
I COMMISSION MER Jru. waited on at hoar of the
pendent of a similar arrangement which thus making it a perfect Scicirrirc: A.ID MXCBAJU- CHANTS. I M. W. GRAVES, any day or East Florida.
night. Calls made
: -., ." onee fell under.hu observation: "An agent CAb EiCTCLOFEDiA of information upon the lubJeeta Accommodation Wharf CharletlonyS.0.W. 1ST N. B.-M. Vf.GRAVE would respectfully. who wish to take to the any steamers.part of the city for persons "PHIS. Hotel is now open fot the reception af laJ. -
and the
bra manufacturing company, hi a pleasantvillageo of Mechanical Improvement, Chemettry inform the public that he still continues the Every exertion will bo made to travelling pablk.: We deem
to allude the
and the Sciences nnnceessary of the location
Engineering generally. It it I superiority -
( 'Old Rockingharo, New Ilamp- published weekly in quarto form suitable for bind- G. BANCROFT & Co. DAGUERREAN BUSINESS H. A. BLISS, over any, other in the Peninsula sad the
taut was rather noted for his meanness in mg, lAd each Tolamne contains Four Hundred and I NET CASH JOBBING 1I0bsE. one door west of Dr. H D. Holland's residence. jy 8-tf Near the Boffington House.TH08 rare mineral qualities of this Springaa both an

D ne1 matters. He also combined a great Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter Several Hundred Nos.253&255KungStret. Jacksonville, Jaly 8, 1854. J. HISDR1CM. : .JAXt B. CHU3. established beyond caviL ,Tbe proprietor is Her
% dislike alcoholic drinks with a weakness Engravings with a full and complete Index. Charlettm S.C. To Planters and Lumbermen. jog eyery effort to reader .his pests.eomfortaU

for hard opiled! eggs.; Being in Boston one IU circulation on last Volume exceeded 23,000 OaeLi: Stre undersigned having formed and only craves a little more time to. eonpbU$ V*

day a friend, who was unacquainted with copies per week and the practical receipts in one Malone &-Taylor HENRY CLRK, THE tho purpose of transacting copartnership a arrangements and satisfy L Invaftls can kavf
4; volume are worth to any family much more than I E medical aid, and taeh extra afteatiutketbeinzliiici c
his peculiar' tastes, .met him near the 'Re the subscription price. LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANT. /y Street. General Merchant Business at twa require. Oar awe Hacks will to in atieadan

rare an4 asked him to 'imbibe. 'Thank The following CASH PRIZES are offered by the I Philadelphia TIlE Subscriber h rived a large and )MAGNOLIA, F,, on aDd after thee 2Qth NOV.oa the arrival ot ikt..,
.vu, repUed the aent, 'I don't drink, but Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of subscribers Very respectfully solicit consignment of o GODS. o different elegt. would respectfull eajl the attontioa of all who are Boats at palatka. LS.DARGA'

Ttt take a foiled egg and three cent J The sent in by the lit January, 1S56:100 will SOUTHERN, LUMBER SHINGLES, c. tleced by himl a to the desirous purchasing cheaply, to theJf large and julyS : ..ft9p
., *fovtter'Lmme\iiateiy' 'broke for bo given for the largest list; 975 for the 'second;] Liberal advance made. Refer wants of the euntr. t- well selected Stock consisting in part of .
Market to obtain the desired refreshment1! $65 for the third| *55 for tbe fourth I *50 for the I 'E.T. BROCK to fully invites a call from his od Cwmer and the Dry Goods, Groceries Queensware, .1IDAri 't :
45 for the Uth Philadelphia public Ill stock Hats Cape G and :. "
fifth i $ t |40 for the seventh f S35; E. T. generally. 0 of rockery Glassware,
for the .30 for the alntb RICHARDSON do. p Boots and Shoes, Drugs Medicines -t TIlE st'1JCtuD hosInd Lbs
eighth; J *J3 for the tenth; STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS ,
SMUT. Oiau.i Aroung gentlemen o t20 for the eleventh i *1S tor the twelfth t 910 for july8-tf Jacksonville Fla. IRS,HARDWARE, WOOD AND Iron Nails, Paint Oil, JIt abqTe u.APse ttti4ig it pp i tl. moat eon

4 X1Ik/eexg* nandsome milk-maid !, the thirteenth j lIS lot the fourteenth. The cash Kotlee.npHE CROCKERY fYV 1ULERY., AND Hardware and Cutlery Window Glasa. I rortable style aDd will use envy irertioatopt.s.j
.5 Dtatheparade'id:' -- will be paid to tbe order of the successful ooropetU SHOES,RATS AND CAPS FANCY Particular attention paid to the Provision.Business. aU that inayaverhhn witir thpr'f ptronaga
j. -What will .jrouTLJca for yourself and toe immediately after the the 1st of January, 1859. X, from undersigned the will time be absent at the North ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTBUMENTS Hay,'Born, Mess Pork Flour, Bacon Fish, 4'astlcr. ;uqtg 5-- ; f to'nT&nda., .
,. present atotil about the let 01 .
Molasses A. ,
.Team Sugar hand 5 -
f.'t One constantly in
\ milk i- copy;one year j one copy six October next when PERFUMERY, Ac.Ac. on largo quan -
mydear ,
they will stock of Corner
a Ocean
i t months 91 five oopatI.UIDODtU.94 ten re-open tities. aad MocflM rtrett*.
"Yourself yA A' goJ4 rin ;, sir/' replied six months, 93 1 ten oopies: twelve months 1 copies 915; Goods basinets for will this be market.in the hands In the meantime. their terms AU o tho at abe Goods'this win be.sold. o.good Produce of all kinds pnrcnasel T.drsrlYm., July"a 1854.- ,> tf'

fifteen copies twelve months 922 Rodaey Donna hu eir. AU are intUod Good StabliBjfcr "* -*!-* .- .
1 twenty copies, Esq. to.. call before making purchases I r- .iI'
,t." fttieV bit)the. ani wer ofMing twelva months 923 ia advance. 'Jly'2' I elsewhere. .

Of." .house'was ,'betr -, N Q number subscriptions above twenty earfbe Administrator Notice S N.;Williams N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Goods,such I' CHARLES DLWALL,4
'. er 't :1 ,. lakeaa& loss 11.40e. Names can be sent fa) at' OK months after date, IwWpreeentmyitsand f i as Kerseys Blankets,'io. I -A.
: A different times and Cram different Poet Offices.i O vouchers to the '; Jail s..u 'HENDRICKS A CHESS.A vcwna1I1L..
grcitfenum "called In'and'wu, shown Hon. N.:Cuiton Judge ..cOUnSSfON'IQQCQJ\1T. :
Southern aa4 .
. i money tabnror'lIblerlp. of Probate and r Jacksonville.FlcL, *
in for Alachna "
er suileQfroom by a very pretf girl. tics. be County and aV to ;" CARD. of
many part th.
discharged from the farther administration' of EEEPS Ottyon1da for gen- WOULD SALES Coanly:attedeitoa
e girl.M&reyouzribeIeI.wItujtho.r9omwT'! -Letters should be directed postpaid to Mrw A the u. T take this method of informing my iU11Glic1 .
Estate( WIlliam ,
S. -
& 12U. .Sjandley, .late. :of, said U J. friends and customers and
.N.Y.} :, W eo ty14eesicsl. GROCERIES. public generally,lhat sent to the subscriber ora'_ nt.Ione4th-
::: ,
S ... .. "NQs411a:1t4i. be let alone. Messrs. Knr A C4..ezten engaged! In --- ,- TIIO& .L1'IIEVATT Admr. of the beat PR"IONSf, liner tabli the bed great ia the fire aia Jacksonville .I have re-es er for private or auction disposal ..nrle quickly

procuring patent JtarMW.iavefttl &and,will ad. S .M Jt.BatVH.s. STANDLEY;De 'd-1 and Win sell them lower for CASH than dance of >Dr Baldwin new building opposite the resi- attended tc.'aa4 emanate speedily forwari!.4..The
S they can when
'deacon vise inventor;without charge i in regard to the novelty .WDalllrille'Jaa. 4th. 1854. to bought elsewhere In the have'opened the Subscriber.hM beta known m this:.Mtmaaattr for
good ma- South. Apothecary Hall
an entire new stock of a number of
S of their improvementf. -' "'* S jean aa Auctioneer gel.i
, .:, fTIHJit ?lid-dying, I' neighbor 'A" Notice Conntry.prodnea. : Ukca. in exehange.aileberalB Drags' and Medicines Chemie..: Perfumery Fancy Bo offer no recommendation. Vat aVaver that|aqulrleriheuld >

: man, put the p HOICE HAMS-Reo.lve4 we.klyper SUanu TiDE HON. TELIX UTINaSTON Is my an, p JaljS-ly Articles Combs Brushes Candies, Gardu and be made,.eooeecBla*Wmsalf af aaj
.S'. S usual quoUop.- W, "ar, and for"salt cheap by.: agent during my absence from the ATCHELDORE'S HAIR DYE-Tho beater Flower seeds. Earning Fluid Lampweeks :and eommereial haney at the place of his residence.Slace .: .
I" :__ '__4Sie 1 Wa' y friend?". Ja1y29-tf : fltUONAGRAVE3.. StotA, '. PEARSON. tide new b 1.tor sale by. i<' Lamps Paints and Oils'tow Glasa, Patty ok' the ire he ha located W*store. on FerrytJ'

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1 S ling to be had
S at.the.. counter all tunes, sines i fa
: ," Ely.la Sundays alcoa4ponenacoadast.debee M
J"r'Pt ttl bed i "tor will be made to the next OeD Clopc. JOB, excepted. '.
krrpn nn hn1 ra tin DId TTISMUM Israia;,>'*
aft the di .' for amendments to the Char E.LES IA Pr c1m fo Physicians can have their '
'bb JQ1Uz C' according OF 4LL prescription put np FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROYISIOy
t tr of&a FUitd JWa plut a ,
--'l r DECRIPTIO.S with $
, Oowpwry. j,)fr9P-3M .I ) night and day." For Cash aTitl Country ProtivGL "
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