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 16, 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 )
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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.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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thing that can trot. Your wigglcrs and Gov. Brown and Copra ol. on and its flag of stars and stripes. Let in the estimation of such men a Governor Democrats who annexed Texas who admitted insure a successful tame. In the history of-

1idci W tfrJ rackers and runners are not the thing." The declaration of Whig candidateat them stand by that glorious flag, whether Erown these Northern,Democrats all YO } who defeated the Wilmot Pr I what Administration do we find so brilliant

Give me a square trotter and I can Alligator, that he could ecc in the opposition its stars be thirteen or thirty-one or even in their shoes I" The Northern viso, or the principle of intervention a: chapter as thatlthicb records these

just leave him-that's all." of the Northern Whigs enough of 1 three hundred (Loud chccrr., This afternoon Whigs were still worthy of big "cooperated" in the Compromise of '50. who achievements statesmanship Are they

duel 44 Ken you 7" asked a voice near by,mod- "patriotism and regard for the rights of the we hate hen Whig doctrine. My 'ith-the Democrats the passed the Fugitive Slave Law anti who the exploits of an " t7 Hood describes an intention which estly. South to insure his futur cooperationwith friend there(pointing toMr.Walley,)whomI one were sound," the other rotten. prevented the repeal of that law, who repcaledtheMissouriltestriction But if we wish properly to appreciate the

VM preY rated by an amicable arrangement made The company turned about, and saw an them as a party, ha fallen like a have known for years is one of the Whig On the 28th of February 1818, the Wil- and rf services of the Administration, we must t

open the ground. The partiei-Mr. Bradr and unshorn, rough visaged man sitting in his bucket of Cold water upon the heada of the of Maschusts1;! and did mot Proviso was introduced into the House ed the principle or'Xointention am contemplate as well the evil which it bas -

Mr. Cl y-rial for the affection of Mist Lucy shirt sleeves, to whom the youug buck did wire puler about Capital, if we may judge through instrumentality, either by a direct of Representatives. A Democrat from who thereby pla upon accomplished, For our part we value the f

JSM- 2nd it necessary to appeal to armt: not reply at all. Our blacksmith for it from squirming exhibited by the central vote or indirectly ? (Applause.) Talk Pensylvania, Mr. Broadhead, (now Senator ing of the enjoyment of the veto of the Lunatic Land and the River and .a

found friend was he, continued to smoke his pipe. TIle organ. The editor is evidently not yet about Nebraska ? Those are the Nebraska ,) moved that the resolution embody common territory. Not O of the measures Harbor bills, above all the other achievements -
Cat first they a apiece boys put their heads together for a lark prepared to eat his own words, and to drop men who said. the South have guts majority -' ing the Proviso be laid on the table. Thismotion here enumerated would have been secured of this Administration. By ,the_ ."
Thu pleasant thought to gi\e- and the foremost asked: I quietly into the ranks of the cooperationparty but they cannot exercise their power if carried would be tantamount to had tbeNorhr acts President Pierce has noblr redeemed

That when they both were dead, they'd hare "Perhaps you have a horse that you now forming under the lead of "Old without a two-third vote; we will give a defeat of the Proviso-if it faie it them in by a t Demob'gnugainA, his"pledge*of-fidelity to the'principles of

Twe tecvndt yet to In e. would like to exercise a little ?" I matter-of-fact." This apparent hesitancy them that vote, and then they will do it, would be tantamount of its -and if passage either had depen- the Democratic partyand has arrested the

To measure out the ground, cot long "l'a-all, responded the rude dressed : has not surprised us ; but we arc surprised and b considered anti-Nebraska.--Laught-( vote was 105 to lyon the table embracing ed on the votes of Northern\\ ig i woud march of Federal aggrandizement and corruption.

The ceeoad yet forbore; stranger, "I t a little exercise for at the mode resorted to by the Sentinel er.) Yet here the Coalitionists stand 27 Xorher Democrats an1 not one never have passed! .-Richmond Enquirer.

Aad having tACt one rath tUp, the old mare; but you don't bate nothing I to break the force of the pregnant throwing up their caps, asking support for Norther Whig, to 93 against laying on The people of the State should treasure Love :.
on it, I take it." declaration of its candidate. Instead of those anti-Xebrk men who put it into The tblet embracing 72 Northern Whig up these."at from the Ren" They Jealousy and Harder.

They t4Nk a doxen more.They "Why, yes;just for the name of the thing meeting the question like a bold and fearless the power to pass the Nebraskabill. and .Demort. The Northern sjwak trmpt-tge who are The Cincinnati Enquircrsays' have

next prepared each pistol ran we'll go five hundred or so." conductor of a public journal, the editor .. That bill could not be passed without cratic, rejete the Proviso- another the ra friend in the free received, by a gentleman from Xenia, in, t

Against the deadly strife; "Five hundred what?" exclaimed thegreen dogs the direct issue presented of. a suspension of the rules, and those anti- striking of their unsoundness, States BROWX is now soliciting the particulars of -bloody transaction, ,4

By putting in the prime of death, sun, jumping from his chair and "' or "Non-affiliation" by charging -I Nebraska men voted for that suspension. and furnishing another reason why Gov. Totes to send him to Congress, with the< which, it issaid, has thrown the neighborhood .

Aga'uut t>M prime of Life.all smashing his pipe at the same moment. the Floridian with having manufactured -, The fact is .as my friend has told you, and Brown should be so emphatic in his refusal declaration in his lips that he sees enoughof in which it took place into an unprecedented
"}lve hundred dollars, to be sure." the "w hole affair!1" We quote from the a few words will tell the whole tor witha "n rcr to co-operate with" them I 'patriotism andregardforSonther rightsin state of excitement. The followingarethefactsutheyweregjyenug.

(1W wi ready for the foci: "0, git I-Out! Your'ejokin'." Sentinel: C Whig administration you culd do Again, this same Proviso was offered by the opposition of the Northern Whigs TO A

But when they took their itandt, owe can't trot Jim short of that; it "Two letters appeared in the last is.!ne of the it and with a Democratic administration Mr. Baldwin Connecticut.(Whig.) while SECURE HIS rCTTRE CO-OPPEKATIOS WIT young man named Joseph Baird son of a

Fear made them tremble 10, they found wouldn't pay." Floridian, the one purporting to come from Enterprise you are sure to do it; that is the story and the Mexican treaty was under consideration i THEM A3 A PARTY, and that he will never farmer who resides near James-town, and

They both were fhaling hand now, look here,nabur,I'll tell you E. F., and the other from Alligator giving the whole of it. (Cbn.) The cry is, we in the Senate. The vote on it was 15 co-operate with the Northern Democrats." about 12 miles from Xenia, was married
what do; trot hoss agin hoBJ'our an account of Uov.Drwn'.speech at that place on want a new party! In Hcaeen't name, in its favor, to 38 against. These 15 yeas If the people are satisfied to place a Representative last Sunday to a young lady to whom a

aid Mr. C.to Mr. B, agin miue-in harness." the theo occasion letters Lear of the on their Whig face Convention.so Uutk of the of what do tee talt it for? Tel me of a were mads up of 10 Norher Whigs} 3 in Congress who tell them in man named Frederick Robinson bad, for -

'Here one of us may fall, "Xo, sir, that won't do." tar-markt of the style, tono and temper many of the Whig of Maxsachusettta AeicEngland Northern Democrats ad Southern Whigs advance with whom he will or will not cooperate some time previously paid his addresses

And like St. Pa !'. Cathedral now, u But hundr! Come say fifty.- 11oridia that its own readers will not fail to ii- a Whig of the North o goes -the 38 nays embraced 12 Northern Democrats and they are willing to affiliate and who also lived"in the neighborhood.The

Be doomed to hat a ball That's riJ'. paternity to its urwcrupulous editor. In for Nebraska? Are not Lice Whigs all 17 Southern Democrts,9 Southern with the Northern Whigs, so be it. To : happy pair passed their bridal day and

I did attach But there no other way, and reference to former,it ia so far beneath the dignity right ? Tell me of one, even, who skulled Whig and not on Northern Whig. elect GOT. BROWN is to turn our backs on the following at Xenia, and on Tuesday
do confeai th
I blacksmith placed his money at last in of seek an honorable and high minded I.omptltorto under a suspension of the rules, to give Really, theseSorther don't seem men in the North who have forfeited popularity ternoon started back in a one-horse boggy
M'uwunduct to name protection under the cover of Whig
your will then landlord's"hands, which the sharpers instantly dent in political to infltt a I cre"IID-and other folks a chance to pass the Xebrk to realize the by Go at homebecause, of their friendship for home.
the personal
If I withdraw charge ct'cr. private injury U cntest neighbor, that we pu it bill. (Laughter and applause.) Brown'd boast tliatUhey are more sound for us, and to clap the hands of those who When within a mile of his father's farm,
Vow ramrod do the same 2"aidMr.fl. u Do you him?" they asked, a the I over with mlent contempt ta alone of the The Nebraska measure an administration than the Northern Democrt It may b have always exerted their utmost power to Baird was startled by the appearance of bis-

., -I do agree; old fellow moved off. I, magnanimity und fair dealing of the Floridian measure ami I hold Franklin Pierce a'matter of fact" they are, but cripple and injure us. Of all policies, i it ; rival who suddenly emerged from a clump
But think of llonor'i conrts; "Xo," said the host "lie has just come In regard to the letter from Alligator, we have ,I and his admilistralia1 to it. They did it. proof so far appears to b against it. Let seems to us that this would be the most of trees, a little distance ahead of him. Ho
only that if it written it will .
If we be off without a ihot in from Sakin, he says." tay tum ont to bo was none the less there misrepresentation no-I (Laughter.) It is not true that the South us proceed, lioneter- may be that we suicidal and foolish. F.f Journal. whipped his horse, but Robinson with an

will be report The preliminaries were quickly of the whole atair." a did it; nor they could not hue done it. I shal find,some comfort for his Excellency oath exclaimed, 4iou don't get away from
There strange
and the afternoon but one arng This is ".a the North-not the North-ft vas our further researches. We come to the The Administration.The me so easily and fired. The shot missed

But look! the morning now is bright, agreed for the trot, over the Upper MillDam as it is 1 molt ridiculous.pitiful dodge Some,alarm a contemptible "party- .Den&ocraticofthe North. (Applug.) jlnd "Compromise of 1850." The Utah bill embraced public have not forgotten the prediction him and Baird, springing from the baggy

Though cloudy it begun; road. Everybody hea the queer back" must have suggested it tu the editor who is to result them? ''t Whig party. principles of Nonintrention.- of the Whig press, that the sessionof advanced toward bun,when Robinson tirrd

Why can't we aim above, as if affair before the next the road as we cannot imagine how one head couM -the only party vho has erer done so-or Ili.re L the vote on it Ious: Congress which has just terminated again; this time the ball passed through

TVe had called out the sun?" was lined with pedcstrain and carriages.The have conceived so much twaddle. Doth the are we to undertake to denationalize our- For. Aga'nst. would serve to reveal the impotency of the his brain and stretching him a lifeless

challenging party lived in Charlestown_ the paternity of which is ascribed. 8tVCI, to sink ourselves into a sectional Northern Democrats, 32 18 Administration its want of authority with corpse upon the ground. The unhappy
soup ililt the harmless air and the horse they had named was the Icten"uncrupulous"! man of the Ftoridian party, and then stand against them? Not I Northern Whigs, 62 the Democratic party. And in truth those bride, in the meantime, rushed franticallyupon
Their bullets they did lead; crack of the time cared for a moment do Checr Has 1 unamiablc of the assassin who
: so they nothing were from gentleman in the Counties can we it( ) ; Southern Democrats, 15 anticipations adversaries partially paralyzed
And may all other duels have about what was to trot against hiuiand ask from which they purport to come and any man aught to say against the Whigs of Southern Whigs, 24 00 were not without some semblance of justification. at the deed he had perpetrated, allowed

That vptfiot in the end. ed no questions.The the editor of the Sentinel has no more, the North or their action'Lepeat that it i -- The confusion and insubordination the pistol to be taken from him.
day.was clear and cool and the to doubt the fact than he has that his- was th Demort who did it, yet they ,97 3 which always follow a great victory, ) B. thinks she fired at him twice
blacksmith had been upon the ground full candidate will signally in his talk abut making a Governor one of Comment would and the jealousies and disaffection which and missed him when, jumping into tho

1isccllany.The two hours. His gray mare stood at the to indoctrinate the fai of the State attempt with thoM [Mr. Banks.] not of those Take now the b rf1ous Slave the fairest distribution of the patronage or buggy he lashed the horse and putting

roadside in a wrtched harness worse gig, his own faith in the "patriotism and re- who did not do it but helped other people Law-a measure in strictconformity with! government never fails to break up the him to his topmost speed was soon out of
(though the latter was light and strong.) of the Northern fcf)r South- to do it; the gentleman who put the.spear the lonstution and without which such Democratic organization and to embarrassthe sight The corpse of the murdered man

and s-erl times, a the company gathered gar ht." We fully Whig the into tlic: hands of those who stood ready to a a recapturing a negro who had escaped -. Administration in iU measures of public was conveyed to his father's residence who
Thirly-NineDollar Mare. she had been mo.o and bullet ted for er made by "Columbia." There is nothing report plunge it into the vitals of the North. (Ap2 to the free Slate would have been policy. Secret discontent festering in shortly after passed that way with hit wagon.
in the plausc.) the bosoms of individuals Our informant add Much exciU-
being way ( gentleman. She bore whatever, in the declaration ascribed to impossible. a respectable I' :
Four five while traveling her persecution meekly, however, and theblcith Gov. in the slightest in- We submit the question whet1 r. the The following was the vote in the House portion of the party in open reTolt and no ment prevails in the neighborhood,and but
or years ago, in hU shirt aid noth- UrW hid degree voters of Flrcida are content cmell of antagonistic political organization to induce little doubt is entertained of the apprehension
tlic State of Maine, I chanced to halt at anratofthciay sJc.es cnsistent uell-kuo\vn jiartisan; Uepr3nttifC
by the co-operationists, and breeches harmony and vigilance by the pressure of of the assassin.
; For.
tavern in whose parts, in charder. There arc,besides, lJJ' Against. i
< "Whcrxj'i5 horse 1" asked confident \llig into the embraces of and patrio opposition it is not wonderful that few !
the bar-room of1rhidt during the evening, your th in Florida who agree with him ) Northern Democrats, 29 21 a Native WItfe .
jockcrv whoa to drive hi competi, the Northern and who rcd tic (!) Surther Whigs a Mr. Southern Democrats 64, faithful Democrats grew despondent while '
1 heard the nubntanccotltc following story Whigs, :re equally SpkerLORD 0 The Cincinnati Gazette contains c loa ;
If the
him Whig canddat Northern Whigs 3 the Whigs exulted in a prospect of confusion -
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related. It divert a portion of tor."She'll OppoSed severing all political > and article the
may your < on culture
rvadefj, and so'l write it oue for JOu. be here in time, now. Don't go connection with them. Look for instance. affiliating with them, le hn go in a "gang Southern Whigs, 2 00 and strife which promised their speed; and wine manufacture in that grape vicinity. It
to extra trouble about her by but we beg people of,the restoration to
Speaking of horses--remarked the leading gi\in' any at one of the resolutions adopted by the himslf" power. from this that some timo In 1829
talker of the evening-Speaking of hor- now 'cause' ou'l hey :your hands full, I'm Whig Maon County, at their meeting "at.I i bchind.-Floridian f Jour 10 10 The session determine of Congress is at an end, and appears the Swiss at Vevay, Indiana a few miles,
thinkin I
Wot'd for we now whether the event
H reminds me of a mare: I knew a longtime byand-by. yer give .ugst.in, which they, with In studyjng, the: den of this may down the river from Cincinnati, made the
either these
that skillit
ago, when fcthrce minute nags"wcrn't ere you've got on your head 1""That's (uov. JJro\ra se in the opposition vote the in mind that GOT. justifies gloomy;apprehensions first experiment in this country in the culture -
so plenty as we hear about uow-a-days. my riding cap, Sawney." of the Xorther Whigs to the Nebraska I 2S" With some,men there is n big BROWN ndr\lbr,against the;soundness on the one side lies or that> insolent triumph of the native grape. They cultivated
CEds:1ckIJ'nd then silk fixins-ar'n't try morn intolerant,or blindness more on the other. the administration suffered
There wa a blacksmith in the town Dill wh'vh evidences "I want of Southern of Northern Democrats, not on their what was called the "Cape" varier
them rather 7"'Wlierc's plete than that of and at this from want of and
where I then lived, who a very fair judge costly fealty." We quote the resolution that our party; just rotes, b'U oif the alleged fact that they a respect authority ty, which being planted in bottom land,*
? time we to there with its 1 Has it
horse are own
of nocwa, and who generally owned as1Kr' your Time's tip. readers may fully understand the directionin sorry say, 8me were "whippe'd'in" to vote for the Nebraska party accomplishes I failed in about fifteen years. About that
Kut of the with that old most striking illustrations of this in nothing for the pnblic welfare?
** f IN those times-though almost way crw-bi which things are tending : Flor- Bill by the but here on time the Catawba was brought into noticeas
shouted of the fast da. .t administrtion This Administration will admit has
one we
his entire fortune was ordinarily invested boys, haulng up "Rtsolred,, That the Fugitive a majority a wine by Major Adlumof
though we deprecate thttfnetr grape Georgetown
this and It is known that Gov. Brown the been embarrassed the of individuals
ia his "enlIe sold w. old mare one moment seeking to get place, occupied agitation of thi dangerous qnestion we rightly Whig of them voting with the South at a time by malignity D. C/, and by Nicholas Longworth
day, and kept hts eye open for another by the Lakmith'8 team. appreciate justice and manly courage of those candidate for Congress, recently at Alligator vhenthe Whigs were. in "power How and the intrigues of factions. at Cincinnati. The former, looking at the
lint there with her head metnbcn of from tho free States who, took issue with such Whigs Washington, even with all the authority of
Least, when the right kind of an aaimal Cng8 a ha will the whig candidate'account for this 1 1 present and prospective inportance of the
drooping almost to her feet when the forced them "washed their hand of all affiliation his ana illustrious
seemingly jaded wa upon stood great name services was
fall in his Were in the Catawba the unrivalled
might administration
they whipped by wine
Whig as
ay. \voc-begODC, u hen the bhcksiuihhopped firm, (r Southern Equality. But at the same the Northern declaring himself satisfied often harassed and defeated by an Qppesition grapa
It chanced BOOM afterwards that there Whig ? Were they "Treas in this has declared that"in
into the looked watch time, 1t Jo not look upon rote against the repeal with for southern brib by which he could neither country, bring-
came to the door of his little chop,one day. and said gig, at. L ofUic Missouri Compromise, or tho Refusal and avowing his own to be rght ury pap" We suspect "Treasury pap" conciliate. Jackson too overawe than nor big this grape into public notice he had
a gray & -alear. kau-budicd wench I : to vote for it, which amouut promise, or the refusal purpose in those days happened to be guzzled by was more rendered his country a greater service than
"&Ere we arc. then, mister" to vote for amounts to the fame, operate with them a a party, in future. those who once abandoned by pretended friends, and
the owner of which desired to lave her had something else to do besides he would have done had hejpaid of the National
fthod. blacksmith looked in her mouth, I fciiut whers the horse that.voa are going either by Whiz or DClo.Uf North or Smith, ASA This most singular "proclamation" was ac help the South "catch her niggers." The left at the mercy of his enemies on occasions debt" in which opinion Mr. Long
SflViriKXT KVIDKXCC OF with the of
VHere WANT strongest extreme and The
to trot assurances difficulty peril.
horsemen some-times will and then be TiE companied Silver and Heads left that worth and thousand of
(u ) OF 1 but Grays Woolly others have concur
is." fOCTJERX E.\LTi fully recognise that he (Gov B.) could never Administration of Polk was a cojstatr
tried her dock. lie sttod in front of her, the .,11 Il \h'J .. to tho settlementof & cprat sort of business to the "dough-face"Demo red. Mr. Longworth has for thirty'years1'
"Well don't with the Northern Democrats, struggle against opposition dominant in
trot with no such skeletonas
and then beside of her and then examined Ii3"Coy. who came to the work like been the
crt, up men experimenting foreign grape,
unbound. sustained the and in its warfare.
mind were Congress unscrupulous
her feet-and then went to work to choc by tht chalk.you", sad h ojpnicntnot- ."Brown's remaiks at Alligator, which it They is h, but they were by their votes secured to the South the There is nothing then exceptional in the both for the table and for wine. In 1840
ber. the SentiA'l, with its usual short sightedness Serb Di the right guaranteed in the Constitution. But there were 83 vineyards in the neighborhood
hipped by of this Administration if Mr.Piercehas
And furious of
merriment history
IIow old b she J" ho asked quietlr. a roar went up ito admlDlttrtion, this is not all relative to the Fugitive Slave of Cincinnati
L as from the who in has charged our correspondent with and voted "trembling in their shoes!1" encountered the enmity of individuals ,containing acres under
be proceeded to pare and trim her hoofs.faXine crowd were ctcs misrepresenting." were little more than Law. The Northern who, in 1850, cultivation, and 114 bearing, and although
The It is not so much with the Whig Whig inflamed to resentment by personal disappointment
yean come ipring," said the own- hu mare or insited hO\c'rer. Ie'd'trot the substn of this very resolution He date's intended c co-operation cndi, endeavored to defeat meure, returned and of partizans intent on the the crop the preceding year wU
cr. money. 5idTbe principles of the Nebraska Bill to the charge in 1851, but were again but a partial one, 24,000 gallons were thsr
the Northern wishat I of without the
the party
called we to
Vkcksmith lacked in her mouth aima were to trme the Whig a tht ( by the Northern Democrats. On the recovery power regard 1852 1200
The the best were principles of the Whigparty; that present to do with his I ole interests of the country. lIe has been too yield. In. acres were in cultivation
;*-ym,-**d .said; Yes, you can warrant ,the crossing, went the thre.At horse the reason why the Norher Whigs voted partisan prejudice t h'"e and'blindness a relative to I July,Mr.Eliot awhigofMassachusetta uncompromising in his adherence principle 750 bearing; the annual yield was
AhaL" wor.way they ; against the bill moved to suspend the rules to enable supposed to be 500,000 gallons and tb
( The was, : they were opposed the comparative soundness of the Northern and too de ant of opposition, not to *
fairly ,
VTsttrant? well, she's a good beast,any- lecing way. mare kept b the repeal of tho Compromise him to otter a bill to repeal the FugitiveLaw. value sparkling wine alone 175,000.. A
t Missour of the provoke the active of ad
hind half! mile fell off Democracy. ,,country hostility political -,
post on
up To rrd
The motion
fliow, responded the ownec. simply because it was down by yeas bushel of grapes will make from 3 to 4 1.2
third and the horse came in to-thc 'a a Compromi show some point which versaries. His friend have not been wanting
quarter, to allow the introduction of the bill 45
tls she sound ? winner in the and notJmn any opposition tluth. Gov. Brown has either overlooked or the ( ,) in loyalty and devotion gallons of juice. Mr. Buchanan commenced -
*At,a fresh hkk'jjiDUJL'' post barely a splended saving her distance, ,2,42- home mart at And while he could find in the force of which be purposely misconceives.It nays 120. This Tote shows the following An ample illustration of the influence of planting his vineyard in 1843; in. 1850
*Ki 1" coming of his Northern Whigfriends all the facts: from three acres he realized besides the
patriotism is which denial the this Administration is in history
a half gallop and trot, amid yells of the fact no on part supplied the
"ia COMet aWp."J&Jbe th and regard Southern rights For. cuttings. 1640 gallons orw De. In 1853 bo
crowd. fo ncceejsary *- gentleman or any of his can ..gant.Korthcr of the recent session of Congress. It
you'd sell her 7" ua'"u1 tbeLlacksmith to gecare hit future friend Whigs, 37 5 obtained from five acres 4326
cooperationvith weaken that the thai gallons or
on question was predicted by
The blacksmith "friend' in the every sine press
,slowly) as he finished her last who ha a of the them a party, he could nercr cooperate involving and the rights and interests Northern Democrats, 8 50- no respect would be shown to the official 847 gallons per acre. In particular Fpoto
soot "pile ray. with Northern Democrat" &.- l'er Southern Whigs, 0 11 there have been obtained 800 gallons from
of the nomination of the President: doubt
To be knew this and upon Congress, ,yet we
euro no one
.y ." replied the owner, ku& s the evidently a,rich man. He took, all the side Thia will do. The conformity)'of sentiment, tho Whigs South North have invariablyacted Southern Democrats 0 48 if t, under any:'Administration 80 tew Executive an acre. but 650 gallons are considered a

blacksmith, a dollar far his job. "r I'll bets he could muster at odds in thc two quotations,on everything relating with the while it U appointments were 'rejected by the large yield. The demand for Catawba win
aU her> big againstthe to the Northern too strik abltionist 45 runs far beyond the and the
the 12 Senate. In the supply quality .
Whig i equally a fact measures Contrress the -
She Mowed at the ad power
How much money-cask down 7* and ma.the blacksmith looked badly stnd ing to enable the to succeed and ingenuity, of cuaUy byond successfully The facts developed by the vote on the authority of the,Administration baA been it i is said. u cAistantlr beincr imt rov.-lt

"Forty-five dollars." earnest The crowd roared -at the in humbugging the people by cries of"mis- to that no any question effecting the passage of the bill hi 1850 and the attemptto abundantly vindicated. If President Pierce both by the cultivators and those who pre..* J

"fi*e and forty. She most be good'on second start, but the roar was again brief, this representation." The design of Governor controvert of the South h cither repeal it in IS)are of a character, it had been content to stand aloof,front the pare it for market.

then. time. Brown, and of all those ultra Whigs who been carried or prevented in would seem to us, t open the eyes of the struggle much more if he had thrown the A BLACX WATEKIXC PLACE.-We io- Jr
are 3
"She is a good one." "Sow Thirty-nine: !1" screamed the will "never co-operate with the Northern without the South being Congss blindest partisan-always excepting Gov.BROWX. weight of his influence against the'South, formed that a few miles back of Xeniay in
go. "
"SaT forty stranger, and I'll Tentur' to blacksmith, as this heat. Demot is to continue party relations Xorter Demort for its success or de. Te Northern Whigs, in both instances the Missouri restriction would Still be'upon the vicinity of Tawawa Ohio, the
theyentawyon upper* :
take! her, And she did) Instanty taking the pole Whigs of the North. They make The are FACTS which the public nearly unimou in denyingto the statue book. The Nebraska bill is the ten om of the dusky shades society
The bargain was closed, the stranger g. the issue distinctly, and all this talk about the South the"right to recover her have
stretched along the half-mile records show, and whoever denies them rnvy work of his Administration.- Whatever a place of resort fitted in good arid
walked away with his old saddle on his mark, finished the p' without a "misrepresentation,"and the"unscrupulouseditor" must b either ignorant of the history of slaves,while the Northern Democrats, share others may have in the glory ot the thronged by visitors,up called the style"Lotri,

z7n, and the grty mare walked into the4eIsmith'a miles-step, and came five lengths ahead in of the Floridian, is mere dust the or a possessing sources of information -. by a majority vote in the frt ittc actually achievement it would have been impossible House,"and popularly known among"whit ".
little shed stable.! It was adieinoncy thrown in tho eyes of the voters of the pasted the bill and in- ,
40. to which all others are strangers.We send without his support. Then again, thereare folks" as the Dumawa. House. A
for him to put into a single -)Money began change hands agaui! But State with the palpable design, of blinding referr a feW week back, to some strance they prevented it' being struck the Six Steamer,bill, .the bill togir number of the elite of Cincinnati and othr'good ,
3ioa!*, Lot he thought she had good points horses came up for the third beat and I them to the real issue.It of We up again with from the statue book by gin:against theablitionist effect to the Reciprocity and .the,Gadsden aristhcraticueighborhoodsareinstenjand !
in her ",\ieg-up. notwithstanding the tact the the words "now the I is a note-worthy fact the &nnelr in the addition of some others. more than 6 t 1 treaties, the bill for extending the Warehousing with pure air and water

,that she %hada't been !,of late or tooarefuIly made awful 'Tiry- its reference to the proceedings Whigsof Ten that rich empire on our Southwestern up again the on the Sebr- system of ,which( Senator Hunter .
groomed. and her competitor.a gap' bt"'en led nerlf the Marion, ignores without so much as men- border, came into the Union by ka Bill. It is, we are awarefaniihiar' to ourreaders is author, and other important measures, plexions are not specially improved. eon Horace

l. Uttle.ea/e, : avd grooming rerj soon dc- way-aye, every foot of -ma from the start tioning resolution. quoted above! Te8Cpt joint resolution. The Northern Whigs opposed but we repeat it here by way of which,had their origin in Executive recom 'Grecley and Harriet Beecher Stove are

eloped her mqr Mtidactorily, and thepurchaser and distancing rival,passed the winning editor w doubtless ( her admission nearly or quite to a show still more conclusively that Gov. mendations-all of which attest the friendly expected at this watering place before the -.
chancing tq be*dozen miles from the resolution,the trick of charg- -the Northern an- faith in the superior soundness of relations ,between the Administration
post, well in clear the thir- man Demortic'vot ) subsisting close of the season. If the weather continues j
Jtwqia one> D;, "hurrW ip her cakes" on ties. She had "un dow, added our nar. ing us with 'misrepresentation" would b nexed hel and so as 181 they w r Northern Whigs ov rNorter Democrats and the.Legislative department of warm, they will have a very agreeab,
., 1I"&Y"ancl) a.oW three min- rator.JAnd. wa g exposed. the fact by Webster. rests solely'on the things not the Government. time Sambo and Miss Dinah do not too

kite pcu**. \It JWot wm, like open and what became of the beast'?" we We.conclude with making one extract by In 18 FLORIDA-our own Sunny home seen." The vote i the Hou was a follows When Mr. Pierce became President the c0neorinyotherartificialperfume.

asked.- way of giving to our Whig readers a further be recognized a a sister. She : foreign relations of ihe country were in an 'j
: I1Uru.4 v J >eU 1.nirtr.nioe," Oh he sold her for a thousand dollars before insight into the real character of those had a constitution like Texas which protected For. Against.. unsettled and critical condition. Disputeswith DorIC Thief Caurnt., \

ptd the bla4smLth enthusiast3csUy, as hepptied he, left'Boston. She went South but Northern Whig whosp"patriotiflm and regard and riz slavery This' was. Northern Democrats, 44 43 Mexico and with Great Britain threat- I. On Sunday night last, the stable of.jfr.

two huge StJ3V TbiIps III hesreek.! dieJ soon afterwards. She cost him (,with .for. Riht" Gov. BROWN enough to excit ,opposition of the Northern ,Whigs, (xr' .4 ened us with possibility. ot hostile collision F.It. Ely, of this place was broken" open
fnz aj "DOr 1ett U'T,i.\8. 'IWW hair of shoes valued at dollar, is so perfectly with whom he Norther Whigs-.that party with,.whose Southern Democrats, 55' with these' nations. The Administration and a couple of horses stolen. The.thief
her ; her new set one ,) "future for Gov. Brownis Southern Whigs, 44- 7 itself to the was pursued and overtaken at Blakely Gao
pas un..e4 upon body fV,0ne: dollars.., He called her. promises co-operation. I wib"regard" Stherfrigb1 applied adjustment of .
/td. '& I'll take you round Jo *Wut forty ,Notion.T ., 'T1rn.Yauee observed'that the speaker is equally so the lead "m loo all controversies with foreign Powers withan and U now safely lodged in jaiL. IJuisam '

!,fD4 II'Ul .lobo"s.bj% pliatic as, thaWhig cnddat"in, h1 determination of p Quincy Adams, the/went en masse energy and success without precedent in u William Miller alias BanielMiflen. .On* _
3td ba 4i4 tt.t.e 1w$ ..one* trsee, neter to with North against our admission.. The mot strenuous The vote in the Senate o the same bill the history of the GQTern ent. ,The skilful of the horses, large and rather alow carriage -

bricty. timelS kf. M said ;Itot.bm, ErE Tacts CPOH HEALTH. ern Democrat"". The quotation is from a efort were made by them t get Congress shows' 'the, following results; : diplomacy,of the accomplished Secretary horset he had turned loose ojxja the _

pnlj tha* "ibe naare wa a good cneter to The Milwsuke Wisconsin following speech made by Mr. Lord., Speaker of theMassachusetts repudiate all the Btnr cs in ;For: .&ain1. of State has effected treaty with Great roadirhichretninedhomethe other-*'

draw, aad Jtf was fonj t with her. ia relation to the beneficial iueno exerted House of Representatives, our Constitution, and patriotism Nortcr Democrats, 14 Britain which not'only removes every post fine mare for the saddle he tookouaa J&i
4t the end of fowr or fir* moathi the oil upon health. by trees: well in the late Whig Convention of that Stt. of Northern Democrats preventedthe Whigs, 0 6 siblc cause of collision with that Government as the Chattahopchee,where he traded her _

roan took a leather pooeh shut np shop known fact that trees in the streets of a He commenced by expressing his joy success of their unhallowed schemes.On .- Southern Democrats, 12 0 but which opens fresh fields of adventure for a malt receivmg thirty five dollars ia t _

M and rode h4{ my mare in Boston-haltuiS city absorb thu their foliage a portion come back and revive old associations with the passage of the bill in the House the Southern Whigs, 9 2Abolitionists to,the active Ipint of:commercial the exchange. ,The-mule main' his possession F

atJhi old EMtew SUM House, ia'Annitrcet.l ofnozkms gases wi&nl- men who believe we have a country, and a yeas were 145,embracing every Nordiern 0 2 enterprise, and achieves another" triumph when taken. The prisoner has .

I ) Ifcf he remain! qt1yor three ved by the Tpr ry. of the II comfort whole countiyand tt WhhgpollcyanzftZaver Democrat but three to 4C i the negative -. br the principle of free trade,, By; another genteel appearance-cays he' is a. Baptist

pr four dsys.*sarely; showing.bimsoU ana which ire enjoy from their cooling.B. though; policy. ,may be' -44 OP'WIIOM WBllE NORTHERN 35 13 treaty he has extended the .limits,of the preacher and asked for a Bible"to! .keen

pererfpeaklngofhismare.Qae and the pleasure w.receive from gar (c.i) broad enough comprehend WHIGS I'The Tot was'equally. significantIn The action of the parties the two hOI lepublic and converted sullen' and jealous lim'company while in jaiL-Florida W\if.

erf n'inff he orerheard tome of tU and enlivening appearance., a not their Except for tt sir, Ishould the Senate. the 38 votes in that e proves that it was Nor Deiot Government of Mexico into a cordial Tax OHIO arm*-Some "

bK'liiatf .bar-rooia talking hors ." o1bfu Too air U purer and more not c'r.' here. R w- body t our admissionl2were Democrats who saved the honor o te. and trusting ally. By the Convention with )hio,hare been poking fan newspapers at the la y
-ii4b.Uit.tjdearpjiUu. : trby. and'theexhHeratkmofthe ed:CU'r") c from, 1l States, while all the negatives there been no' between them Russia he has consolidated our relations of thiasumr.Tbeyy1tIsryt Ohio _

f. "ior .t4.oUh mbortb_ J idc by breathing o "He next'."National"Vniggery; ((0) were Northern. AVhigs I!The facts and the Northern Whigs, the Equality of friendship:with great and growing empire : 'tmftli.t !fintcl to.it*bed., TheWheeBn&Del' s f _

.iie. can-la two fifty;sure 1" oxygen and Our thoughts to- at folio war .. show conclusively-that but the National the South would hTe been denied, and theSouthern and procured an authoritative recognt- J1&PUI"tOri by reminding tboss.pspe." 1

: -,Ha-b&p'|otred the rest,for Ihwe laiD.t Wd the brghtlid nature ana things ,. "vWhOe theWhigaofthlz Commonwealthstandfirmly spirit ofNorthern.: : Democrats, ,Florida States &have,Oi'tbis ion pf the principle! otfree ships) free oix. the propriety of treating the river with l

'jplentt I .preyentIvea *1 they 'have 'ever"..t would still have been ft Territory' or would day a position of rfuoy The negotiation with Brain is not yet terminated pect mitsJaUen .:.te for Srben to" rtsT -

,. .. iji ' Il g: ogauutthe encroachmejttofth*slave poio. .have been'admitted shorn of her Sovereign The.summing up te whole' matter ,but we cannot doubt that here too remits bed," it maJ'taboftr.UIe" _
.11 -tA ,: 4 !. lt thtm stand the Uni- riM. i thisv-that U tl th. skill of' Marcywill fi'nyi _
Jitf n IOID".. pseswd. .-r.1' ;" '',; r.. "ei by ., ., ..Xo w. 182.LOi $!LO *J. rP1 "" ,>. aad anejry Secretary ,tacbofh l' grain,lry'olU. mfl .: _
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f *f 4 attempt to'give the impression lator can command i ia immediately directed )fr.Maxwvll l and IS 1iras the "evasion" ed OB account of slcknew,'imeeU. tko 'r'al'verylantas .to'1jlroiIhwhlcli1! ri 1 Justtee tQ i ofherniou -

Charleston. and the Caaaleston boatseerSananah ; .", 'jjj is.. bisec"Dcv&l"hathj f enthct7OuWto. lovely.'JIs be looks upon it*,square* man. machinery. 181m thc-hanl-np ehaiDi, that the Introduction ; 1

: and tt. aT boats,.-whkfc .representative. demands:tho improvement i read and.quote.alittle. further he.,weuld of tied their wfiftv folleg rrccn*,-with npdn soft Us btwttt trees In sweeping all the.1.hne thnwob' rcctly*,ondcr:the gates an\Inclined shutcreccrres Mil P biu'y-dZ11I they'Mare''glad:enough t a, thO it Democrat.

: i impression would t f one, and we as a right to lur constituent*, and this appropriation have found that trcs !'added.Mr. Maxwell their lrnche -*ho'can realize that be is ia the the w-duSt conveying' either,on and embescel, tnaDllngtbiir ny rouch"
fear that Vote' River and Harbor midst of death! It tsoat.r as the hearse with iu an endless belt to the roomott8wf tor the gtnl ADd oppone5
tbiJe0fihb of tiemoet !Is, tacked also on the general coaltl not for the mournful train slowly passes, that bo. is aroused to. : 1tt "Moo" kIll aa
: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1C, 18&I. cnS CI King's Unjustifiable River and Harbor bilL, largequintity Bill as an honest man and a good Democrat the tad reality. barrows for same purpose i a very necessary a measure $ltOgtther 1t1meuSBat
;:: obstinacy. a the appropriations.comprised in 'this bill on account 'of the schemes tacked on to Democratic Sleeting.Wo proceeding as tie saw-dust makes about if necessary,,altogether ther: luSrfous icab' n

4 DEMOCRATIC K03IISiTIOy_ Prcvtons_ the quarantine of the Sav- have their origin in a manner somethinglike it!?' 'There'wero: appropriations in that learn from thcTanipa'//enz&l that at five bushels a.minute.. Goiag en to the peace of our country, run! an Ielnphi&s,fo the

: tioats, the news received her was that the the above, ,although'in. many instancesit bill, unjust to the people and also unconstitutional a meeting of the Democrats at Aliflaon'the second story, called the milr-deck we come tion of a 'torch in a magazin..'" line i.

FOB JlU'JUSI:1fU'1'lVJ TtJCONG1lIIS" yellow fever was raging Savannah a an may be a community instead of., an'in- notwithstanding KDuval" gives 1st Ifugust Joseph B. IIow.cll Esq was to the saws. There are two gates, the an)Ir.instance Editor or which that Mn t.r and tonlr.tf'nM'

A. MAXWELL epidemic,.tliMtnany had fallen victims to diidaai at tho bottom of the mat ten. Sow, forth the flat that it would be impossibleto called to the Chair, and S.L,Sparkman&<]., slabbing-pitc and fiaishing-gnte, being! on party 4in ,irreconcilable dwtuignMi! contradiction-the m

it, and that all who could were leaving the wo would uk, what have the people of frame a bill less objectionable" in its appoints Secretary. The meeting then cither aid. of the null. The saws are placedin egregious blunder. Notwitlistandme Milo'.

if BOR STATE SEXATOR, town. .Anticipating an influx of tliote who Florida to-do with schemes of a company features. We have now come down to a i proceeded to business, and Jesse Carter each gate hi gangs more or less, separated assertion that the Whig are now .la4 that

I were fleeing from the disease, the Council miners, or even a commirtiity of wheat discussion of the bill as it stands, and j Kcq. was declared the Democratic Candidate by gages and secured by hangers tightened the Nebraska hilt hM been' aefept.j I

FELIX LIVINGSTON. IM a Ordinance t prevent the landing growers, that their money-the money of which Duval" pronounces a goAd bill in ; to represent the county of Hillsbor- t>y keys. Gates runs on lender posts or I think heard I am a prominent rot mistaken Whig when 1 nottlDanT lay that

--rf FOR REP ? \"T..mTF.s passengers; mails and freights were permitted the people-should be expended upon the following words: I borough. W. D. Freeman then presentedthe slides or rods-the feed works regulating nights ago at a public meeting ny.uthU town.

I to L landed, and the Postmasterwas them 1 We believe in improvement and "It would be impossible to frame a 1411 less objectionable following preamble and resolutions, the cut at the side. Formerly carriageswere that if he U been b. Congress b* wo

t D. C. Presrott. L Milton Hayncs, requested to L upon the wharf to receive progress as much as any one; but w e believe in Would this roped it be than that the tho one Xorth under wout.ll consilcration. which were adopted. used, on which the log was placed and have there voted with the Nwth.m Whigs tnTi

the former. The boat arrived laden also, that it is upon tIle strong arm hive rocciied the Lion's share of tho Whereas, the Florid RaIlroad Company, hate wedged up and set; now, however log-hol- who would are many more Whi-s bt this Stat
"S rthernn'"Accepted. with ssngl (an unusual thing at thisseason and the steady purpose they depend, and I tho pocd South! So-Is it there would anything hate JUlie wrong full in the just'ce principle t\ll the right umlcr the expressed pn>\zions of IhtChar- dereare generally u cd.. The lug-holders I shows the dissensions done existing the same in theWhis, which

I ufbe year,) who were not permitted the -history of the Amerie-an people will : of applyingtho surplus rcvciiuo. to internal improvement ter, to locate tho tiulf tcrraictis uat any pointS or jaws are used on the nabbing gate, being i ranks upon a print t>f such vital fmportanrf

Enlargement.Our to land. Iu retaliation Capt. King show that our bcl'ef' well founded. : .utb Suwuinco: having water SuJJkUnt for two iron arms with pikes in their: lower to the country, and how unworthy the
readers will observe that hare To this: position the Republican Sea Steamers to enter and de1"art:1t ami hcroa! I If is of the part
we strengthen : ) confidence of Southern
would not give np the mails. lie apparcn t- We believe, also, that there may be some edge, which seize tho log holding it firmly taei ,
omcwhat Extended the area" of in the same i issue the Appro the const nt tion and sncccskfnl com ,letion of sail I have now noticed all of
our P'rer. ly wished to for the people of Jacksonville truly national ,"orksJ upon which the publc publishes j at one end, while a homed wheel close to I that fcMilo" conseqnenr*
Ho'ul is of paramount interest to the State, awl CI'- about a
Harbor bill but ayg measure intimately
We the uiU be and so
for the River
hope change acceptable Iriation
to receive his living cargo, who, for money could be expended for the benefit pencil;:10 to South Floridt, the people of llillr- I the saws draws the log ahead to the! saws, I II connected with the equality and

'. to them. aught he or they knew, might the whole of nf all, but if there were any such in the alas, out of an appropriation of two and a I borough county though holding but little tuck, I and the log passing through the gate Is I independence of Iaveholding State..... I

A aowle ementlle it have contained the germs of disease.On River and Harbor bill they were drownedby half millions of dollars, but the pitiful sum cannot feel 1 indifferent to the- great result. Relv- f-eizcd again by another pair, and lie Id after I t The rest pf his article being irrelevant tn

We arc under many obligations to Mr. tho other hand, the same mails that the thousand and one unconstitutional of $:OOO, for connecting the Indian river big ns we do-, most confi.Icntly, upon tho mutuAl I the first par! of arms are looked. These II I my and?ul Jcct and of importance in it elf I

!v G. B. Brewer, for a file of the Savannah brought us the news o the epidemic- and unjust appropriations appended to the antI \Insquito lagoon at IIaulo\er: ," can be advantages and comparative merits of Tanp.ifur g-Iiolders are attached to truck-wheels I my l the communication limits I at first having founded already, ( will exceede .
t tho Gulf Termina contracted with other Points
Georgian, which our friends of that paper, Savannah,brought a official report from bill. It was for this that President Pierce mud for our State. running upon a track. The finishing-gate how dismiss it. LFOfl .

were kind enough to fend us daring the Charleston, howiag that there was only four vetoed the bill; it was for this Mr. Maxwell This is what Duval" calls doing justice South of Suwannee; We the dclrg-itcs of the peorlo also his a contrivance,a pressure roller close
of Jlillsborough County in Conve,1tiun< ns-em-
vatpension of the mails and which were deaths from yellow fcverduring th,week our Representative, voted against the to the South," and especially to his LIed make and otlopt the following resolution ; to the paw, which, with a pair of rollers, ( Till DI-VJIL crwsJ3finnnxiwau

14 most gratefully Deceived. previous, in thai place, and that it had not bill. For that veto the people of the United own state. Why, an equal distribution. 1st. Hundred That While we disclaim motives binds tIC log, and the lower roller fluted August(::0.31t Ft 1854.*. \)

t j tS We are ranch indebted to Mr. become an The consequencewas States will sustain the President and of this appropriation to States according to of dilution to the toiapany or an improper inter. draws along, the other end of the log being MB. EDITOR : Frequent ,
of enquiries lure
epdtic trntuo in the merits and tl.ums other pints,
. Graham, of the steamer Mount Pleasant that not quarantined for that vote the people of Florida. will sustain their representation, would give 1lorida.more respectfully present tho iluims of Tampa, and rc- upon a truck running on the iron track. I been madewhat, will W my political course

: j tit Savannah papers obtained by him inPalatka and M that time there was little more necessity their present noble Representative, than twice the amount. We-H, it is avery OjUtct of the company an invcstig.vtx>n, impartial There arc other minor contrivances about i in future 1 To net all parties rest vpon

; which place it appears tilT las for it than there was for quarantining notwithstanding the throes and distressingcries good illustration of Duval's" Mea of 'tennuuu:consideration; and and that contrnt-t our_ RcprcfcitUtu, in the rivalry in the tor Ocncral tho. the milk which save heavy lifting and taI I this subject of what, I will propose be to give brief statement
* p mall futilities which are denied us. New York. It is not for the jealouslyof of Federalism. justice ; this taking the money of Florida Assembly, use all honorable means and influ- I cILtate the different Gyrations.: Although a republican, I cannot my surrender course.Stat.\
ill oCT and iu her ad- my .
rival Steamboat lines laws for and expending on the Des Moines rapids cure JVvor llU1Ja developing enumerated deal of machinery -I
to dictate have a good
1 I we rights principle, and to sustain them in
rOur thanks are dnt to Captain Duval Not to be Wheedled.The vantiges.3n r ,
our town nor are they objects of such notice -the harbor of Shebo3-g in Wisconsinthe l. Rewired, That the removal cUbe present yet human bands licvc a good deal of my opinion, 1 am compelled to sever the
of tLe Florida for latest
STEWART, Xe\t Whigs of this county have resortedto Kcnnebec river in Maine &c. &c- an scat of the Uovcmmont u a sabjeit of deep inter- i of I cord of part ism, which is slender
as to form, the theme of debate in our work to do in the mill. The crew one compared
: F York papers- the shallow subterfuge of representing e't to the people of llilUuoroagh county; and if I II to the cord that bind this Union
city councils, unless, when transgressing idea which we think the voters will not I decided in the affirmatn by the popular vote in of the large mills usually consist of an engineer I I have togeth so
er. voted with the
the Canadian
g } z: .As we t press we receive our the law, as in the case of the Wcldka. Reciprocity Treaty as the relish quite as much as he. To crown the October nest, that our presenUtive be instruc- deck captain or foreman marker, thirty ears. I have hithertofore Whig party for
g cause of the present low price of lumber ted to use all power to fjiihtato it removal and who and mark the IniuLer saw I looked
mails three weeks back. Our whole Duval" insI.t.'Ct:5 ,
; <. outer That the Intendant, called for three says,: .1 its permanent location At Tampa.On I I upon that party as my "alma jnaftr" in
and the whose business is to file
of saw no
tL readers will fur silence in consequent stagnation business U Now, if Mr. Maxwell's con ienee willnttallow filer ,political matters. Bat tile
excuse us our cheers fur the Charleston boat, as stated in i motion the meeting then adjourned, small item have to be filed each recent developments
with that the him to vote for the River and Harbor Hill as sans <
sterling hard-working class of facts T hichar a\uw.om "
ft t what was going on'Sout of U the Savannah Republican's incorrect, as lumber who form inconsiderable we want a Representative in Congrc who U not sine die dt ". Iheseare generally white men, the has caused the, scales to fall from things,
"Knew getters, no unfortunate in to conscience, for JOSEPH CAr'a. balance of the blacks and number I i my ejei,
a*we Nothing. 4 will be seen by the card oOIr. Barrett published so regard HOWELL crew are and I now view th. of the
, portion of the inhabitants our country. Florida need tho uuutance of tho General Government -, Si L. Sp.\nJDU, 5ec'y. fioui fifteen to twenty at diiferent mills.Ileskie jxitivo panic
u road from New in this paper. Ac. &." in very diiferent light from 013-views formerly -
The plank .
B-hwt o Relying upon the ignorance of this class, the above, a white nun is generallyefl'loyCll
*' is the Although our city b not large one,it is to We have no doubt but that some of the fur watchman whose is to and partyism has ceased to appear
un- nearly completed Co. duty
trd t pint (in which they will find themselves mista- OFFICE FLORIDA R\ILRO\D l to me as a t"ignitfatuiaf to mislead Me. I
c of intersection with the Alligator llnk be hoped that its officials have some respect ken,) they represent that the Administration Whigs would like a Representative of cosyconscience Jacksonville, Sept. 15, 1834. S ;guard the mill at night from tire, Ac., Fronting am but an humble citizen. I pet my Ivbig

-' for themselves, as well as those otlar- and particularly )fr. Maxwell whom as a great many of their measures ]r.\11 SIR : My attention has been calledto the water are C'.lpacilJlS'harrc on by the sweat of the brow. I have suffered
which the as it comes from the saw
l.We in our [present i issue two ger ones. they wish to defeat, are the particular enemies require such a man to support them ; I the proceedings of the Dcmocfli meeting i is pled. cargo myself misled (like many others) by the
cpr It is true there were cheers given when but that i opinion of other, and followed my party,
have doubt too
and we no they of HilNboro' county on the 17th of
of the lumber These ,
from tl.c
articles men.
$ are Whig
I right or without
F/orrla& JOlr1.To wrong, an investigation of
r UicGiro/ina arrived, but they were proposed coWl. find just the man they want,but they last of which chairman: [tOR THE XET13.Reply .
clear and able exposition of the present tactic It matters not bow ridiculous or August you were any principle at issue. But when 1 take a
b3 a private citizen and in congratulation absurd could not elect him. Thepeople of Florida and especially to the subject of a Railroad to "MlloThe Nebraska Bill. retrospective view of the political
livrv position of parties must the conviction a thing may be, the Whigs are willing I: parties
. crl' of the reception of a mail, denied us by believe, that conscience, truth, and sterling connection with Tanipa. MR. EDITORs "Collan7. did not I pee iny former error, and confess that tile
one who them that the to adopt it for the dim of 'MiloV'
every prospect notice in last isuc replto
,: t r:1 your of
the rCeiAvt.Capt. talent, I course the National! Democratic
.p reliance of the South is now: and nu&t L catching a solitary ote. They have a full honesty is quite as much required as Permit me, sir, to assure you, and him, publ'ohcd in the Republican of the meets with approbation.For party

t hereafter in Democracy. King and his boat have hitherto belief in the total ignorance and stupidityof and as Mr. MAXWELL possesses all the for through Jon, the citizens of your comity, 7th in-5t., I propose briefly reviewing the "("eral'ears my past, there has been

. been especial favorites on the St. Johns the honest hard-working man and their mer as. well as the latter, they intend to : that it is tile firm intentions of this Coujany remarks of the latter nj on the subject at lfore Congress National questions which

. zThe conumiications of R. J. G. Rhesand those who now most condemn where the bead of this article. the South had much interest
bp greatest efforts are in the manufacture ofchfp send him again to Congress, ,we hopr. to give to the claims of Tampa -au in. 1 will
lit front Savannah and J..from Palatka, also,: his cour. have been especially nendly to he will have the pleasure of voting for the'I consideration and oIiloJ" first tikes! up the subject of first mention the annexation of Texas. WM
investigation impartial
to him. We have of the South
trap get a better the proposed' fusion parties at it not the Northern Democrats
notice from Alachua Institute are in hand: him. by uniting
4 of the St. John's rirer with- in the for the terminus"
improvement contrast
rivalry which he
opinion of fellow-citizens of Duval
our say, w ith the South,that caused the fcLoncStar'
. I and will be published next week.I'Wei We have all along been as guardedand county, and that they will indignantlyspurn out the disagreablc concomitants attending I such as you request in jour resolutions, "I grounded upon the premise that the Xcl>rn to I IIC placed in the galaxy of our Republic

lave also numerous advertisement?, which temperate in our language as the nature these attempted w-hecdles-and their that for the IlauUncr.B'ltlest : I and to fiirnibh her citizens with every fac:- ka Hill was a slavery tt-t q!e:tion, and that the Was their aid of any importance to the
Lave been by the confusion of the of the would admit but Democrats proved imirc ready than the TVhigs to South 1 Let candid Floridians decide.I .
a i ,1a.e case authors. What a picture to imagine the "Dmal" should think we wishto lity in developing her advantages.It I jiL-ticc to the South. This we ilcnj. That bill

j mails, whih \'i app r next week. there is a point beyond which forbearance Wh'g' Executive Committee in take refuge in' en5ilJnwc will now I is already pci haps, known to you that was limply a party test, ant the real feeling"of will next look to the Fugitive Slave-
grave con- either party towards the suuth were not shewn. Bill which would never have pawed but
' : Charleston Steamers Quarantined."We ceases to be a virtue" and we due, and debating over the best method say that Mr. MAXWELL did say that he I we have had for some time pat an engineer I That the Nebraska Bill was and is for the Democrats North uniting with the

think we should be doing injustice to the could not have voted for an appropriation in reconnoisancc of the South and the of the bill of
learn,thai His Honor the Intendant of catching the g-u'/n-coTM, which they employed making a looked upon as favorable to 4>>c extension passage was no

owing to the ravages of the Yellow Fever public to refrain from saying that the consider all hard-wH-king men to be and for the St. John, in connection with the j I! various sites on tlic.waters of Tampa Hay i and interests of slavery cannot be small moment to the South, and would
breach of our laws is most That it is the body have been repealed but for the sterling integrity -
quarantine a unfair and unconstitutional appropriations recommcndo.1 as eligible for a depot or terminus. -: denied. so regarded by
in Charleston at
) Capt. the
h sn'e1 length hitting upon expedient of of Democrats North. Let look
Stwart us at
of the at the North i is clearly
handed and the people
high detention of ,
outrage : River
: of the Florida, with quarantine orer" Light Wood. Knowing that there is a which characterize the present anell' We expect very early in lie Fall shown by the violent remonstrances againstits our ow n Florida when she applied for admission .

1 the same tenor a those now in force: with our mails, one of the most unwarrantableacts class of our community who, with axe in I Harlwr Bill. to have a full examination of the waters : paa age presented to Congress from that into the Union as a slave State. Wo

to steamers from Savannah. ever perpetrated upon a community. hand, and with the sweat upon their brow" The Democracy now a h ocutc and always made by the Coast Surveyor,(this has been quarter, thc I'trenOU5 efforts made to defeatit find el.c met with opposition by the Xorth-

,, rt That any one person should take upon himself get an honest livehood the, have advocated. the principle that for a I promised to us by the Superintcndant at by most of the Northern member, and, era Whigs. But that patriotic band of .

Coming out from Among Them. to dictate; to u's ourimmicipal is as by supplying national work the of the finally, the intense excitement and dissatisfaction -I Northern Democrats came to our relief and.
money of President nnl'e deem
great request our )
steamers with Light Wood and the hand of into the
believingthese us fellowship
in the Northern pave
A letter will found in columns now
4 L our reprehensible as it is ridiculous.The pie can tIC used by Congress. Tnat for ItCo-l it certain that Railroad will be l' I
men to be so far below them, as to entirely a States on account of its adoption. It was niun Lastly, will mcntion'and notice
from Mr. Elijah Btitchanold, citizen. of our I editor of the Republican closes his be totally ignorant of their intent they call I poses of dcflr.ee, military tran' madu as far south as Tamp'The open essentially a bill to render to tIle South the Nebraska Bill on its passage which is

'I. county, who henecfurth renounces Whig- remarks with an admonition to our town them to assemble Barbecue and hinwelf State Rights authorities upon <. at a as which she claims hat\lo we glean from that I IVe see the-
r pronounce' in the following words, the Government is required, is believed by Tampa or continue till to Charlotte II.ubor. of our pmernment i
a Union man and a Democrat. "They dtould roincnilicr that have professed trespassers upon the public do- as a right and of which she was wrongfully same Democratic party North boldly come
thn.tthey no I
i t 1 cn&uentl more right to close the St Johns River ngiitu-t the main. As far as tIm principle of cutting Mr. MIXWELL ; and his efforts to achieveit I am further permitted to ftate in brief that de-prive by the Missouri Coinproj.ii forward and uhitirtj with the :South, anti

i* _ boats (rom Savannah, than they have to It"p the Light Wood is concerned, if it be wished to will be hereafter as they have been I we have advantageous oflers from foreign: 1 know not what *"Mio"! means by saying : by their vote the bill passed, acknowlodgiiip -
i : AJachua la the Meld. mouth of the Mississippi.Although remodel the law so that Li bt'Wood can earnest ones. For the ,sake however, of capitalists to carry the Road: to Charlotte I that the bill was not "a slavery test our rights eqnal to theirs in this con

It will b seen by the proceedings of a those authorities may thank obtaining one ounce of good to swallow Haibor. We have ourathea suggested tion." but Simply a party test." 'jue&-I federacy.I .
him for the IKJ cut .the Democrats go in for that I 'I that it was not introduced to di-- t I will ask every candid and unprejudicedFloridian
:; Democratic convention held at Micanopy admonition they will beg means .
of in order to makeup
$ fifteen ounces iniquity point worthy to be considered
f most b util)'. It lath very principle that 'f3ml'o'5J cover who were the friend in Congress of with all there facts upon record,
:. that Alarhna i$ i the field with her candidate leave to think and act upon the subject for they have been contending for all along- the pound averdtipoise, would be folly instead of Charlotte Harbor, and before hkucry. I perfectly agree with him. for I i-: it not sufficient to expel all doubt of

; ,Capt. PHILIP DELL, for the House.Hon. .- them-ehc to give the people as much as" possible the in the extreme. any final action is taken, it is our purpose place its chums to favor on higher grounds Northern Democrats being enemies to tint

D. L.. YCLEE is recommended for our 1 ta have full surveys of both points, and of I than that; but, at the same time, 1 deny interest of the Snth when they have in
benefit of the lands. The Gradua
:, mcxt 11. S. Senator. The Administration and Mr. Maxwell on public 'i>. Health of Savannah. them. is hs Litter assertion i1: by it, he would inti- every instance been with the South np.
the "routes to
leading Tampa
i] the River Mid Harbor Hill. tion Bill, Inch has reduced the price or! Having succeeded i in obtaining a of mate that the measure was intended to array all constitutional questions Thcn'I will
IMorlda. copy found satisfactory: as a terminus it would I South to sustain the band of
Steamer There probably has been no preceding lands to a mere nominal sum, show this. the Democratic against the Whig party. 8.13the ought
the Savannah News of the 7th inst. from
; .4 old favorite: *f our river armed on about the Reciprocity Treaty or abridge the length of the road neressary tj But if" iloJ, by denying that the bill! wasa Northern Democrats that has always done
1aLC administration that has' done muchas ,
as hand enabled to 1 before and have in the
prhate we are Iny I us justice never swerved
test tion would insinuate
Thursday repainted and repaired I be nude. Our interests would in this respect 'slavery quc! ,
b" a in other words the admission of Canada .
in advocating and carrying out the principles first instance. As Floridians are we wili
our readers: some account of the diseace that it was: not voted upon principally and
: ii iitiS scarcely t b recognized. Owing t&omcdisarangcment of States HighU in their tirctcet lumber free of duty, what can justify the raging in that city. (other considerations as t > time and aliurst exclusively with a nfercr.ee to its i ling to phreherin opposition to her friends

t in her machinery she was construction as the present. It is thin palpable attempt of the Whig leaders to now For the week ending en the 5th Sej I harbor being equal) incline us to favor I future bearing upon the intcn.'st5 of blavcry, North 1 I think the voice Florida will
r behind her time the of Tampa and nothing would afford us inform speak in October NAT What more can
day explanation fact[ that has it all the mislead the people 1 At no time has lum- greater he uw-t either have neglected to I
arnica against bea there were 74 deaths from Yellow ask of the Northern Democrats do
t. which will found, in a complimentary tl'm-1 gratification than cordially to unite himself upon the subject, or be so blinded we to
duller iu the market the
her been
or log
ld Federal elements !
> exists in various vcrvla: not to be able topec.-the that we might have confidence in their integrity
citizens in in the by prejudice, as
) card, drawn up by her passengers,and pub parts of the country under different names business so stagnant as at present. AM ..Wednesday, Aug. CO, 13 Jour establishing, errors of his party. 'Milo" denies "that 1 They have cwne boldly to onr

:: \: 1he in this papcc. We a glad t find and guises, and which ever and anon have LET TilE RECIPROCITY TilKATV IUS JkOTOXE Wi Thursday 12 roost nnde'niablc manner those local advantages the Democrats pitned more ready than the relief on all National questions. It would.

: eur old friends-Mr. STEWART, formerly of ; INTO EFFECT. Friday, i which have always been claimed for \hgs to do justice to the outh." This be ungenerous in the South to new them
made effort
the Carolina, upon the quarter deck a a spasmodic to wedge someacntralizing But to show the beauty of this new Situnliy, J32Sunday' is a position, Mr. Editor, that I am surprised "ffl n/ewse" with Northern Whigs and Abolitionists.
in the laws and Tampa.I .
measure policy 7 I am unwilling to admit but
tommander. Mr. M. ROGEKO of am !ruly 4c to find held even by so unscrupulousa
very yours .
formerly >f our country. Already during the administration Whig game we have only to say that the Monday, 10 faction us the Whigs of hum county what the South will discriminate. But

1' St. Augustine, but late ot Chrl'tn i of Gen. Pierce, have several such Whig .'mmoredmini. tration tried their Tuesday, 13 GEO.Florida W. CALL R. R. Co. with the truth staring them in the face, there is one thing that I will admit that w,
the clerk the F/vnVJo- this Fec'y member I will do all I can sustain them,that too,
: o attempts been made, first insiduously by rcry best to consumatc same Rccipro- Mr. JOSF.rulI\Jwr.LL Tampa, Fla. that rccry W&iff nf Congress
Total. 74 Stales rated by supporting MAXWELL and the nominees
fiom the nmi-slacrho'diiu
The Stall! The HallI r the introduction of bill which suffered 4 city: treaty with the British government,
1 : a was On Wednesday the Ctli,the Report Shows against the !'eb1"flska Bill; while, on the of the Democratic party next Octo.
M' the arrival of steamer Florida unsuspectingly to. but which was ,1 mt were not smart enough to do so. It Lumber Dusinc ot the St. Johns. ber.. Yours in haste
Democrats ,
Wit th pass, a fearful increase, Here being 24 deaths on contrary, fort)-three Northern :
'C.: w have been completely flooded with prevented by the President's veto from becoming was reserved for the purer hearts and stron- that day. scalars V. influenced by a magnanimous desire to do ELIJAH 'BLITCII.I

nail, the accumulation o come three one of the laws of the land. We ger minds of the Democratic Administration Since writing the above the steamer The logs having: reached the mill, a capa- justice to the South rather than by the Sr. )f.1a\'s niT 0, J

: weeks Some to into effect what in the lan- cious *oom or made by securing a local and interested policy which govern
at ,
Long poured upn us onc refer to the attempt to take the property of carry n'elaka, on her return from Palatka, has pen, the Whigs without stopping to calculate September 13th, 1854. $

-p of our exchange lok quite antiqWt the United States for the purpose of establishing gauge of the Richmond Enquirer, is "a lib- at length delivered her mail, and we have floating booin.with piles, constitutes the what might, be the consequences to them, At a meeting of the passengers of the

and many letters were entirely ot dte a hospital or assy!. This was cralj comprehensive i and eplvndid measure Sa\annah papers as late as the Oth inst.- depot for them. From thence they are carried the measure triumphantly against steamer Florida, which was called for the

' t serve the purpose for which they were but an incipient:: step in the general schemefor American to the core in its basis, securing From them we learn that there were 21 taken to the mill and sawed. These pens the most unyielding opposition. How the purpose approval of the conduct and abil-

written. the centralization of power at Washing a large measure of reciprocal trade, the free deaths from Yellow Fever on the 7th and cover an area of from twa to five acres, real feelings of the parties towards the ityofCapLlUILS-VKMTARTin this tripwhich

,. t-. the. navigation of the St. Lawrence,and the extension holding from 1500 to 5000 logs at diilcrcnl South can be shown more clearly than by
Anotinr bolder of the boiler not
ton. and a one was was delayed on account
length the Saan- on the 8th 13 intremcnts."The this vote, I ,\'outtIlike "Milo" to inform us.
nargat l'iye
introduction of the River and Harbor Bill. fishing rights. mills. The log to be sawed is selected and able to furnish sufficient steam to accomplish -
xislunailwhichonthc return of the total number of interments for the weekending A little further on, )lito" insinuates very being
from Weaa Appealing as it did to the interests of individuals on tho eeninj of tho 29th ult.. was if floated by the boy in the pen to the foot of strongly that the object of the NebraskaBill the ordinary time, on motion of
Post I have risen from the
to our zWe perusal .
delh.L. which GO from Yellow Fever the total number
Iatb tU were ; the the inclined "to breed dl-cord disseminate
and even of communities in every the week the 5th inst 123 of slip; slip being an platform was N. B. Tailor, Esq., of Jacksonville Dr.
It i boat on the river we have of a correspondence of the Rnpublican, for ending was sectional strife and most conclu-
portion of our land, it was exceedingly well i whkh 74 were subjects of the epidemic-thus show ascending gradually to the mill deck, (so logically Thco. Cartridge was called to the Chair,
placed once more convnnnication signed "Duval highly gratified with its des that because the bill not
k i | total increase the preceding week of 31intennetita was necessary
ing a over called) which is level with the mill floor.
with our ( of the Savannah Press. I calculated to blind people to the dangerous refreshing greenness, and we would aduscall and 11 cages of Yellow Fever Of these to "the preservation of the Union," it was and Col. II. T. Titus appointed Secretary.On .

.. r We C that Savannah Georgia principles which larked beneath its flowery travellers over the Whig desert of ideas | only 10 wore blacks, among whom only a few cn'- There another hand dogs the log, which certainly got up for the maintenance Qf motion or II. .1. Bliss, the Chair appointed .
f th the the I en of the prevailing epidemic have occurred. This operation is done by driving a hook into the ; ascendency." Of course he means
appearance; and it was eagle eye, party N. B. Taylor !!. A.Bliss and Capt.
., tcry properly condemns tour of Capt. to pause on it for awhile as a green spot-aperfect \ leaves 113 white*-a frigktful number when it u I ,
I and the of true end of the log; this hook or dog is then for the maintenance of the a3CCndcncyofthe draft resolution
steady purpose, honesty remembered that there are not exceeding six or Ilanham, a Committee to
1 King toward the people Jason oasis in the arid tca.it of words Democratic party which he imaginesto
thousand whites left in the city. ,
seven attached to the endless chain which constantly -
i lot time thinks that the authorities -I Democracy that detected and destroyed theambusletI the of the number be in of dissolution although suitable to the occasion.
v came spread over area Republican.But It should be stated that, of tub lout great danger
a t serpent. T erc bas been at no eight-tenths are laborers and unacclimatcd perron, moving, hauls up the log. When it I it came into power two "CUIi ago The Committee reported the following:
c ofthe town hare right to for fear that some not reach this
D dos time to State may to whom, as the'daily reports show, tho epidemicis arrives on the log-bed which is a raised with an unprecedented majority and is this Resolved That it u the opinion of this netting
a more dangerous ,
the St. Johns river orf Savannah boat*, enemy rerdant retreat without particular guidance principally confined. Many of them are poor, that Capt. Stewart commander of the iUam
x and tint is th Rights and to the Constitution, than this direct readers to the and in tunes like these it is nest to impossible to platform its upper surface level with the day as strong as it has ever been,while the Florida, on this voyage, has need every possible
te"attpt a unjustifiable a River and Harbor bill Under the we our opening para I provide proper nursing fur them. The medical log tracks or carriages the sawyer rolls it Whigs are torn with domestic dissensions, exertion, and all the means at his command t*
t conduct of Capt King. We think same garb graph. "Duval" commences his splendid force Li also limited, sov cral members of the profession without leaders, and unable to agree upon carry the steamer through in her usual time,bet
the trucks and it is set to be sawed
Improvement and Progress, which is an ill white few fled from the field in the over on such were the disadvantage under mhkh he labored
will find upon examination, however, production in the most philosophical language I being any subject, except, aa fcCobanzey" truly
attractive one at all time to Americans : early part of tho conflict without firing a shot. first through what is called the stabbing unyielding opposition to the Democratic that it became iBpunotUe for him to do to.
that have that and not follows: the af'orelAiCApt. -
they as RewIred dating voyage
ill and will
a Those who are ore renvabesring, soon
unjustifiable in rbt than Savannah -, i it would cause the public fund to becomean Jf.m is proverbially an Inconsistent animal, ; be at their post agLin.l puhlican.rnOGItT.II gate. Being slabbed, and one dimension of party. Again, if the Nebraska Bill Stewart exhibited all those trait that char.
o immense engine in the hands of the [rehal an mtonishmf aiscotery] but tho iixonsistencv stuff to be sawed passed through this gate, was intended to maintain the ascendency acterize the most fkilful aad experienced commanders .
Charleston, or New York hi exercising of our friend Cole i;|nuro stLuous than or TUB PziTiucscB.-For some timewe the Bide boards are taken to the edger of the Democratic party, why did Southern often laboring himwlf when moet difficmlt
reference our State laws General Government, and centralize the that of the rest of bs! kind. have added little to the sad tale daily told by Whigs vote for it 1 Why did they supportit dangerous service .at tauii4.lietottcd. .

and tbei the charter. dour town t, a Port of i patronage and pow r Washington, which The rare taste and the elegant diction of the interment reports, of the destruction that w a circular saw which squares the rough if its object was to brced discord and toward all the. That C. >,Stewart while thus has iaaifcste expoeedtaharnusing
ting our population carrying death to so many edges of boards and the slabs are cut and disseminate sectional strife 1 It is evident patsoogeo
with the in the
nor people capitals tpau and to Uborioos auties, a
will be observed. fulject
4 the above quotation at once -
will show that have to
Entry we a right homes to hearts.
: so Itaappointment -
many out of thc mill. The that ")Ii1o" knows he has to deal with an most and crisd.
river of their sovereign States.: Not only this: Mr. Cole is not more inconsistent in our firrt cautiously expressed anticipation passed log having gentlemanly bearing, gallant
qnarantinothe over-zeal he aa4
indefensible subject and in his which commands our highest admiration,
it would be a flagrant breach of the con- the "rest of mankind but the of of an early abatement the mortality, we hate passed through the Blabbing-gate, is turned which award kin a ad.ty
.1 T .Cai f th Savannah than rcet remainoJ silent,i iu the hope that each succeedingday bas made more blunders than I have timeor we most cheerfully ;
Ub stitution, to take the money which belongs his kind meaning the animal above alluded would enable us to gin positi\ assurance over, and either retied along op moved over you, Mr. Editor, have room to exjioee obligatory spun us. U pmUuheiiia
that the disease was disappearing from our mi&t. slides to the other gate called the finishing- I will of them,and then Resolved, That these proceedings
ot out
&X01wek there were 10dtf Tel- to all the people, from the treasury and to. Now, since "Duval," as he styles himself Alan that b still dc In porportina to point one" more the Jacksonville and Charleston Ppen.
I hope
,* and day i it fur the benefit of the few for gate, which saws the other dimension, and conclude. After vituperating the Democrats T11E0.1UKIRIGE Chainaaa.
f C C or ; has not classified the particular genusor tho population in tho city, we have reason to fear
*ere was In Savannahs yet the sections and communities when that the number of sick is greater while we write passing through the stock is taken on to inmost, grandiloquent language, and IL T.TlTC, Secretary.VT. .
.from Charleston was allowed to land her(Mils ILL arenottdb. species of animal to Inch woo belong, than at any previous period. Yet we have no eanso endeavoring,without eflVct to misrepresent .T. Pmrviance. B. Brooking,
passengers at JacksoaviUc,.while the same ; mutually benefited by it. For we are free to enter disclaimer as to to change the opinion already expressed,that tho trucks or.rollers deposited on the wharf their motives and principles he scores the B.Wilson U. p Veiteh,
Miviten w denied la the Savannah boats,- Is not eta peculiarly malignant e. It where the vessel receives it. The above S. instance take an obscure harbor of some epidemIC tl1 Democratic party .with a farrago of nonsense -
of that long eared class .
Cp king farther Informs as, that the Intendant being one among land theneeesaarilyfotal character too disease J.Morria 2l.w York, B D. Piatkaey Jr. _
on.receiving from the Captain of northern lake where there. is yet nothing which "he certainly entitled to'tho most"conspicuous" M muck as the immeee number of those deseriptionapphics only to square edged or of which this tea specimen:. ... llanhain,, L.A.Msgnard '

MM.Cth .Lull fltl wne I but wilderness around. Some.shrewd individual position. But to the burden afflicted that makes the picture now presented by re-sawed lumber, for when ship-plank arc .heru Democracy, hot from the hybrid bed J.II. ileown. L. II Mattaifi
r fee ttr ofnaticiam., tad of every faction tongue, and W. F.EkWbergtr N.D. Taylor,
'f t tho city so dark and apJII ing. Under tho treat. cawed the ,
oat_Charleston; aad aUosrsjii boy t has discovered a lead mine in the of the song-the charge of inconsistency nicnt now generally panned wo are convinced log only runs through one gate. profession,. enuc Had placed it.met offering' on J. C. Brown H. A.Bliss

saJ I Sd t w.h. .ta f.1. vieiolty, and has organized. a company to and FCCV "\dl i'8 in it." Hero is the that with physicians miffieiently numerous to afford The mill is usually two stories of 10 feet she altar of party.' j.' Donglu officiating as Insoaco Harrises, IL T.T"..
.thereafter lil bill of hat h f. prompt) .vice,and nurset to gIve adequate attention each hi height, the I length from 70 to 80 surncr.while 11 the congregation rouu4 about r.A.Alexander
tfcidea work .it with the of thousands .
t '
&I passengers 1 fJtp prospective gain < charge : the mortality might be reduced alnwwt immediately 4pt.-.4 joj,1 Ibfl whcU part to a Ua.and '
what gvi da the.uti.o. dollars.: lIe cannot call upon the "The ZentJul declares, that Mr.Maxwell in a k one half perhaps three-fourths. But with feet and width from.i 30 to, SGfcct.. The J'o theinath, Tu Caisi AHDiLiaio FEVTJI.-. The Mario'awx '

Justify We trait tUs dlat UaecetasaodaUdnoa __ Government to furnish Urn tools and mining speech at Jacksonville stated "That. LU objection the cue certainly not diminishing,while the'ca- foundation is_made.of.heavy timber,crib That cxtrat'Mr., .Editor need BO comment lion sale of tickets for Grisi and Garden
I to the River sad II*ibor, Mil..IUd&thatho orgies and strength the physicians neccssariy bed from,me. I will quote another,sentence first appearance,took place\ Castle
aad and crossed. Th&boilers and fire arch
t I theawite and freight.will apparatus but the ,slullow bay aDdpen.1 know not when to the afternoon. .
would have.voted-agaInst it,oven if'it had contaiotd filling-we expect .end : New Yprk; on Friday ,
( ..a.e.we teem tbey stream,thai to him Ida Eldorado an appropriation r.. the St. J hn'a." : In or even any ImporUal improvement. : with,, clumnej-s' from 40 to 70.feet'nigK'arc EIi attendance was large,and tb4 first choice
Ia. the opens
: l b .-.introduction bill, .
fee qAa4
a .P tw tbU declaration Mr Cole "1& As might ta exported the burinest to the city fa! trnv> ,
commenting on
layii nMr tf&at.6250
s.nd' ri1iad, r an AM needs deepening,'and this is as much U true that Mr Maxwell did MT. that.be, wtmU almost nrpeified. The loading sod largeet hotel pt either i parallel or al.right anglcawita that .(. Whfp)are glad they(the Democrat. ) was knocked down to eo.floshcf

't Sy_ adopt sack .'._Jiootiese?Ja1 a: part of Ha1 scheme' as),the opening of tle Dot vots(or spendlag the neopte> money en every the PIl1..k, closes to-day. It is intimated, .hr. LhemiUTbacngiue enrXbe tower floor, \ad "artydviUeauub to crry.A through." prendum.Vbcthgent1eWan' '
regUtka Ter"3jlO
jatrantin. Uttl creek tke DIuD 5" '-evasion hope erroaeonel1) that tha)lanha11.neat. .rae, .Isuastbeuoiithoauthority of"Milo"thatoughthoWbIgeyepwhated 1IiDd is, 'did not transpire.
thronghoBt .
er be : with 'with the .
re t ; have mine Ifhe shafting pullies connecting
.. '.*sore$ u sbwU remember t&T. .'. could getth. United States to which; to earth. lout does not show moxh ,rspectf will do the likes 'JJAU tha boftrdlng ,hon, (our : the.bulefi seats were. sold at premium varying from
:. vspbMthabost.froiiBeTpsnah.aathorUy toclpee tale tills part of the.work y'J hW_ahpalderfhe writhe Joteljlgeiice of the psopls."" "' ,, own ..mouzrgtb., nainlcr) have' bestt dewrted" by jafwJ'cUhcr. :direct ootaecortingtn.tmucUon'fn'UsntmniUs' -, > >re it became a law, and had not'sufflb1enthtd&inf'ot4ncllaatlOn1) -. J20 down to 25 cents; .The whole amount
&U wsak WH, ". The Jii _._- of 8alea'roclu'ding the first cos\of eats{ .I il'
: !. t would save thousasjds'oflhU capital, '\Vhat: abon pending pwneron; j-otal tells(ns:: .(11.hu con '4'w*at pf | !! ? : I ( to t

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"9r ty CenTentloa!. mishapbeifel thfttWroof oT thc-largr/store times be within) the power oftCouil to pro e'K n fbe M
A Convention the Democrat; of Alacima of Messrs. Townsend, Craneand Co. which cord and define'the trno'lrae of thy atrvru. *s to giiskMahw, ft A H

county was held pursuant to a previous was rolled.up and blown into, Meeting- cause aH encroachments and ob traetkm to bare' For the breakwater at Richmond island- r4 f ATTORN, BY AT LAVSOUCrrOR4SB It

notice, at Micanopy, on SaturoayScM. ftreeU The heavy rain .must necessarily existed movcd, no matter hmr IODJ tho same. -majr have For harbor repairs, Maine*of the, ,breakwater-ia TbX-, 6000 dran September Tli kLIre'de Sih-rJfca Denure, La.!; A -i clUi U.tNCEUt'OT.U1'T'hLW,

; 2d, 185 K Dr. W. W. dEf O ER was Occasion considerable damage to these Th foijoiring cominunlc.iUon from -lion, Isaac I land harbor, Maine, S \000 Sept., lOih,.-S. 0. UooUole, FU rT;;8ft QeaThcjcoMIlillwrd rr\WS MISSCS KK WICK.from Seraaexaa, iw -a'Lsi7L Z l

rlwscn President, S. R.Pvu Vice Pro; establishments in their exposed condition.A Swart being read, wa, on motion by Councilman for repairs of the sca-wtMs Deer and "* '-'" Oeorjcu; James L.ltlnFh John Lee, J. pecifnlly inform the IkabitasOfJSckIUS. st.nwfor MAtlaattk \ -
idcnt; ana Jesse T. BERNARD Secretary. frrmc building in King street above John, Loveir islands, in Boston lUrhor, ,VW do j John Mesin Via t E. L. niack elU Animator, sonvill anti it* vichviy, that they Utml elmewle;a nJCvlf4\
Uuffingtoii, ordered to be spread upon the nimutcj For contimting the aeaorall at treat SCHOOL nn the 1* September, for the bstractMQofYOU.VO -
The President, on taking his scat, announced belonging to the estate cf C. Dunn was FU t' Chit),.. IL Remington, Tb.wnmmsvihhe Gee
"TutheJloa..1mtaatesfefthJL.wso/ Brewstcr Wand a saichusctU, SA.OOO LADIES in all th. bcaaesjM'vfan sxg.5-ly
for which the Convention blown down. Sept12th.-John Suuuneriin Magnolia JFlas H.Walls. -S
that the object Jticltvnrillf and Qxinrilmt therf-f For repairs of the Government works on t allabs.msee i do. English Rluestbn. %
had assembled was to Felect a suitable The damage to the shipping has been Qszvaaxu-Undtr the head of lYucecuings Hviuonth beach, MusKicbtuctU, 13,000 Sepi. 12th-Gco, Center, St, Aos stmej lion. Terms, from WOO to $3 00 per Qvarlcr. Oraa- MeQneen McIntosh,

candidate for the Legislature, and considerable, though not no geeat M was In Council Council Chamber, 1ith Aurust 1854"as For the breakwater at Uyaania harbor, P. L. Ynlee, do. mental trmnchM tztra. fLTTonNEyAT IIA W.

concluded by escorting the party to unite for a anticipated. At Union wharf the published in the Florida of &pt. 5th, tIe Massachnsett, 15,000 ;ej-I. l4th-J. .7. Anion, Parhm, Gco IIII.. JJV* Young ladies from Ova country(papil }taabo M.ajck3ouvine..ri. F.

in support of the nominee of the barks St. Lawrence and Aquatic tore tho I'ctitiowrobeerves a covenant ent&red into between For improving Crest Woods harbor, $ traw, Flu It. N. Seitch, Charlost.'mn, S.C. 1t.t. aweowawOatM with bnanl, at tba house (urOtarIjf -a
heartily up U. W. Cult, Attorney for It. W Bi gs 4 X, "in Massachusetts, ,,, oocnpi.l by )tr. Creipn
jill .
La-li 3 ehilIren, Ct Mimi lliat. Ct C.M ;?
wharf posts to which their lines ; ;
Cworcntion.Col. were at the controversy now existing between the said For removing obstructions near the 'l.M. an, ,
( Nasasa L. F. Bnuset Cam. '
Steamers .
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M. S. Perry then offered the following tacked. The former was promptly secured parties mid the town," by which covenant a pam t nf mouth of time Sekouk 'river Rhode lina Irsy S. 1' McDonall; Wacahwt D.JicPonalt dt TIIUSESEHIFEEES AtTXRXEr LA IT
; 2 ,
llngaiia street has been ceded tu the of W. Island ; i
; resolutions, which were unanimously without injury, but the latter was firm R '5.000 G f
very Curnnlng 1
Jorge Mlddlcharg JackMnrille.
adopted: much chafed against the wheeL Both the Biggs & Co., for private use and pirrpoM-s The improving the harbor of Bridgeport : SHIS -
Kenlred, Thit the Delegation of this Convention floating docks escaped without injury At ix.-liti of the people of this town, begs leave to For improving the Hudson river above AIAIIINC INTR1J4tICK -- cmsxramamcG Felix: LITIBgtou 4ATTo

agree to lay *siJe f'* the present, Ml differences Central wharf the schr. Lucy Whctham. of fro/tit agiinst such covenant, on the ground that I II and below Albany, Nttsr York, 50/KW ftteam Saw-31 HI, Corn 31111, .Mh&nIe. LAW

tht heretofore of iti\ided u* as a party in the Wilmington, parted her bow fasts, and fell I U it HvU ; it wants s( nus essential character, and : For removing thi' rooks at Hell (lato and PORT OP l\CK Ct\Wl.l.K. I ath and Plaining Machine, ,* % AT- ,
in the great came DcmoiTaey. I has not the nature of n covenant the thing sold | Diamond rm*f New York J
Hundred, That the nominee of thin Convention over on the wrhr. J. X. Muir, both vessels belonged to tho public.u Covenants i.i which i I For improving Tauutun river bulowI A 1IUVED.Sept. located at East end of the city, art prepared t'. UTIU.attetI k say eavC. la1 bctlia.dsSs ,

U hereby solemnly pledged (if electee!) tt take no receiving some injury. At Atlantic wharves people treat about thiitgs which cnnnot be bought i Tnnntiiu, Massachusetts, 20,000 2,-Brift Uuipire, Cra -lon, Bton execute order tit l trutodtoCtw him t1m Coasts Of th. Eastern

action fur oragaia-t the removal of the Court Mr. James Chapman's schr. Isabella or Hold such as things sit apart to a holy use, Fur improving the harbor nt Newark, j .4 Sc-hr. Castilian, Ijnr.l, F.lLmorth, Me. LUMRKR, SHIKGLES, AXD LATHS, .U, sail of UM npeeasCourtioC TalUhaon,

II ue, Mi
froii| whitcver conrce a jnropositiojynay route. o'clock last eveninjr. She was last from i nature and the laws make common, either to all ; For improving the harbor at New Bedford U 4>_.lrig, Dtliua, Foster, New York!, shipment, 'ml. nn the utroot for city KM.ApiJyto an able Lawyer at Washington City,aa will asar$ -
On motion. Committee of one from each Ilavnnna and had fifteen thousand j mankind in gcncr.il, or to a kingdom, or to a town I| Massachusetts, 12,000 5,-lUrk, Heels, Peterson, N. Y. Z"Terms CAM lI.J'j a prompt soil npc dy collection of such elamsi as
precinct was appointed, for the purpose of or twenty i cannot be sold. Tims seaports, hgliwaya, public For a resurvey of th-- harbors at Marblc- w C,-Selir. Wm. Citrrnll, Duubar, Bimitue, I DaCftrL taay b* rUc 4 inhU kan-li aaWt O. 4I1e4tat.
reporting rules for the government of the segars on bonn The steamer DoKalb j iimi-kct places, and nil other things which this com. head, Nantuckct and Sandy Bay, Sits.s&cimilsett.4 it w u Industry, St. ..tugmatirme.CLE.tRRD. I On th< l''Ua ? ; > i
had the roof of her cabin blown off mon and public uso incapacitate for gale, cannot l,5iiiFor ----I
The Committee after N. B. Corn gronnl on toll at hour of the
having any
and other slight injuries. The Dredgeboat be soiL"Ymir repair of the piers i in Stem, river, Eraser.
retired a short time reported the usual belonging to the wharves was mink. AtVanderliorst's petitioner, reserving to himself such other Maine, 7SOV An-?, 23,-Ilrig, Florcoco Hoj.kins,Rorfon. day. 2 -uiy 13-6m : Phillip LAW.J0cwili. .
Parliamentary rules for the government of | grounds MS of right ho possesses, in relation to the ii 31,-SehTAnginettc, Rradnuio, N. Bedford3 Tc the 1'uJ1ic. AtTORX: Axn COC1LLOR AT
the Convention. AVharf the ship Lydia parted I obstructions on the w a side nf lloanns street, rms An Act to amend and simplify the Election pt. 11,-Dark, Donrl.i.; Ueswick, Rio do Jan Th, -

Nominations in order her fasts, and drifted against Adser's South i J spectrally praytth your itonorablv body to remedy fjaws now In force In this State. eiro. rXDERTGNED to IKXBT "IT TILL attend ta any profV i*>n IVV beelsern en.

Iteing Capt. Philip Wharf, but was again secured without material the mutter co'mplamcdof herein i and four pvt!> SECTIOX 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and 2,-15rig, Pirig", Gordon, IVKton, TIlE X TiMA.xrsx No. 3, Holmes', succeswrs have in tnMo>lt few la ** Court* of tb Kt rtCireuit
Pell was unanimously chosen the nominee damige. The schooners Parker and ti tier w ill ever prav. ISAAC SWART." House of IteprctcnlaHre of the Slate nf Florida B,-P.rijf, Marrellm, Wheeler, ortlan.l tore and for sale BniMinjj, ana &hsSsprsmaCoaduIZ4Llba4ML- '

of tnc Democratic party for the Legis'Iature. Charleston both from Georgetown with September, 18-V1. in General Assembly con rem ed. That the poll of 12,--Schr. Kensington, Shrouli, N. Y. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT, OF U. ku also sui t an aUrantaeotM connection with 4 4as
A Committee of three, consisting of Councilman Call introduced the following reso. every election shall t>o npcncJ at nine o'clock hi 5,-Schr. Lcjuk, Young, Eoston. aUe Lawyer at Wwhingtop City, a* iU.n tapfompiaadnw
shingles, were sunk, the former at Commercial the morning, or as soon thereafter ns practicable *f ascii etabM M
Messrs. Plot. Ellis and Stuart then lution which motion MERCHANDIZE
were was, on by Councilman Cole ;
Wharves, and tie latter at the foot of | and shall be closed at five o'clo-jk in the aftern'ion.SBC. -iii- may I* pissed ia his-hands *gln $ 'th. Coi**!
appointed to wait on Mr. Dell and inform unanimously adopted : ltOYAI IjKTTHKs* PATCXT. Consisting of Dry GoaJi, Groceries Pratisu *
Market Street. Time brig Eureka, which 2. lie it further enacted, That the electors 0 SUU. -
him of his nomination. This gentleman,on was lying at Southern Wharf parted her />' being introduced to the Convention, briefly fasts and drifted the self aggrieved by the action of tin Town Council to vote shall deliver his ballot or paper ticket tu Ott Hits sal Caps, Boot and$aoes, Saddlery, anti a J. B. tokenATTORJittY
thanked his fellow Democrat' for the honor against stonework oftfi' in Irxmg the went line of Ilngam street, bo d<> ap- ono of the Inspectors, or the Board, which ballot WATERPOOF, ANTI-CONSUMTINE, large assortment itt B>wM sail Stationery, atvl all AT-LiY
conferred him and himself East Bay Battery, at which point the crew pit to the Intvnd.int within tea days from this dntr, shall contain the name or names of Uho or other articles suited fa the trade| ta which they ,
upon pledged to left hor, she being in a dangerous position, ,I who is hereby autlior'.ied to empanel a jury to persons for whom the voter intends to vote person, and C r1 1 0wtcr.irrratD invite tho attention of tio! public, awl ask them to Joly 7 'JfetrnannOU, fla.

tattle earnestly for the great cause of Democracy. and unmanageable. After striking heavily I assess the amount, if any, of hit damages. also the office to which each person so named U intended Dr call aivl examine thor stuck before purchaaint

along the entire Eant front of the Battery The ft>IIoniii ordinance, introduced by Councilman by him to bo cbo'on, the office to procele 1 HARCOUUT( 15RADLEY & CO, elsewhere a-i they flatter themselves that they Smith & Bradford.ATTOUN .
resolutions offered 44 M.irkct-St, Muicheftter. can sell as low as ono CluCk for cash or
The any country
following were
and she passed into Ashley Ilivcr. and having Call, was passed: or bo. designate on tho ballat by the person voting. Principal Wurthuune, 102 Wood-Street. tfirap produce. j v1 h4..SV3LIC1TOB
unanimously adopted :
considerably damaged the House she fell An ordinance to fix and permanently define Adams T. II. W.
side Kn Lin I. American JSMbluffmenti | GRAVES,
London :
1st Reared, That*e endorse to the full extent street east of Market EEC. 3. lie it flu(her enoflad, That at the 3H-CAtYBT
the action of the State Convention recently LclJat over on her side, and drifted across the li' it or>l. ,'ut
the Madison Court Jl< u.-o. River, and sunk. Several coasting Schooners < JiiflooitciUe, That the northern line of .'tdtmyee by oho of the In. poct is valuable for
2J. Kftotred, That we hare noticed with tcuniin *- and small vessels, \vere driven ashore i street, east of Market street, shall commence at the it may be seen that there are no ballots therein; T'HB Hy-lromagcn a discovery VAtWERRKAN JJl'SlXESft, to them.
pride, the well .l* erve many on Flat no i corner fence of the premises now ocenpiod therefore of Lung disease. one door west of Dr. II. D. Holland's residence. v. irmr. KYITM, I I.$aAfleu,
ly compliments notices of oar distinguished Ucpiwttatatixe serious injury. The Spanish bark Tacio, I' bUen.. C. Acosta, and nut an easterly course opened until the polls are closed.SEC. vU.'ia>danydtfclurinittrhatirer.a prevtoiUtive ninny The Hydrom-igen, Jacksonville, July 8.1351.UliXKY Office at alligator. I Offlc at Newaaasviih..
in the lion. A. 11 Maxwell 4. That when
He enacted the
Congre.'s ftlung amid fence as it now f tan 1 Lark Tonquin, brig George L. Abbott and > ; is iu the form of a solo, and worn ionide the hoot or july 7-ly
ani hit we will use all fair and honorable means | building, fence, and other obstructions, Inspectors shall have received the ballot of any cbcn: tcre.
tit icruro hit reelection.3d. steamer Carolina, rode out the storm at i in slid it ret t, south of said line, shall be removed voter, ono of them, without opening thu same, or fh'K Its w J :/char.vterisa. jw we rful anti- J. S. MURDOCH,
Rt nulred. That the Adminiftration of Prei anchor off the Battery in safety. |I within twenty days from thin date, under the pains permitting it to be opened or examoied, shall Jt>- dots t<. dt ci i Icut Tierce meets with our cordial Approbation ; At Castle Pincknev the Kontincl's house ,. and penalties of UrdissTnce No. 1" Iisit it in the Ism.sec. Fur t/uiitleiitcn it will l>e foun.l agreeable,warm hay Street Xaa3rBlolm:1,
and that ttrict construction and the 5. lIe U exacted That the Clork i and he ilthy,to wear in the coldest or rainiest wcath1 TTA.5! removed hw offlc from a* long as a and the bridge attached to it, were carried i Ou motion by Councilman Cole, the Town Mar further 1 lIE Sutserilmer has received a large and elegant app
ufurremcnt of the Constitution are the governing of the Election shall keep a poll book, or list of the osthefooteannjtbeoouiCiictifUiellydrouiigenis T ; .1:]. Sngtiwt UOM* la U 4w lliaft on FvnyiVst,
and drifted to the dock at the foot khal instructed to interested of assortment of GOODS, of different kinds
prinripU, he will receive, as he justly merits, our away, up j was notify parties voters. inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled setleccd nearilrs. Dorset!'j. july 1 -ly
hearty ro-operatkm and support of Qiieen s.reet. i the passage of this ordinance. SEC. 6. Ue it further matted, That M soon as boots or shoes in the most iirlcmcut weather with by himself and particularly adapted to the
of this
wants section of
4th Keiolred, That in Oov.! James E. JJroome, Much anxiety has-been, and continues to The bill of Win. P. Dewcct, Tax Asssgsor, was the poll of on election shall Im c been finally closed, impunity ; while Coiwumption, so prevalent among fully invites a rail front tho his country.old customers lie,refpect.and the S. N. Williams,
we the nw-t implicit cunfilence, knowing be. felt as to the condition of things on the canvass ant count of the votes shallcoinmcncc, the young of our country, may be thwarted by
repixe taken from the table ou motion by Councilman His stock
public generally. consist*, in part, of COMMISSION 3IERC1UXT,
that nil tha lean will be done >>y him to ail trance the Sullivan's Island. The violence of the anti hall be pi'Mic and hall be completed before general adojitkn. They entirely supersede
Cole, and ordered to be p kid. orcr-s'moes the latter lie feet to STAPLE AND FANCY DRY Jacktontille Fla-
as cause perspire COOPS,GROCERIKS ,
dignity, honor, and iutrre <>f our State. an adjournment of the Inspectors. ,
5th. leolrcd, That wo respectfully recommend storm precluded any communication by the Councilman Williams presented petition of J.II. SEC. 7. Ue itfurllur enacted That the box he- in a very unhealthy manner; and, besides, are not HARDWARE, CUTLERY. WOOD AND KEEPS constantly on hand and fur sal a ea

t<>the enduing Legislature, for the office of United ferry boats and the thickness of the atmosphere howell, praying an abatement of taxes, which ing opened, the bullets oontaiued therein xh:ill I he mlangeruus wear to )>eJcdtrian-i hi icy weather, like CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS ANDSlltE.iiATSANDCAPSK4NCY era! assortment of

States Senator, our long tried and faithful fellow obstructed the view by telescope Wax, on motion by Councilman Cole, laid on the taken out and committed; and if it shall bo found in
citizen, the lion. I*. L. VILEF, believing that from from the Exchange. About two o'clock that two names fur the came office arc found on the appear extremely large, the HydroiiHgen, being ARTICLES MCSICAL 1NSTBIMENT3' ojtht bott selections,
his high order of talent, moral worth, and enlarged yesterday afternoon, Captain Paine, of the table. j same ballot or ticket, they shall not bo countoj; 1 a mere thin flitc of cork prepaied, peculiarly pU1 PKKFUMERY, A&, Jtc, *e. and will s.ll them lover fur CASh tkan they caa
experiences, he ii the man for the times; and our steam tug Aid in view of the solicitude of Councilman Call introduced the following rcsoj j all the ballots or tickets to be strung as taken out, cod inside, iloes not increase the size of the boat,or All of the above Goods will be mJd on as good be bought elsewhere in the South.

immediate Rcprecentathe, and the Senator for lution, \vliith was passed : and preserved to be taken to time Court lluuao or 1 cause the foot to appear untidy. To Children they tcnm as at any hocue in this city. Country prwlnte taken iq exchange, at leberal
who had
friends the Island I
Marion and Aim-hud are hereby re. i>ect fully rq- many on got /.VW qoented to uco all fair and honorable means to urge up steam, and with a picked crew and a assessed tixes ho received hereifler, itnlMi the SEC 8. ftc further enacted, That tIme canvass | exercL-io with comfort and healthy effect Their
hit claim and secure his election. number of pas -engers, gallantly breasted still," be acrompanicd by a st.it. mvnt un'li-r oath being complete I,duplicate certifi--ates of the result expense is tu flight as to scarce need mention; boI Notice. )ATCUELDORE'S HAIR DYE-Ih.best at.J3 .
On motion, the proceeding of the Convention the tumultuous waxes. I'jwn nearing the i of the taxable property owm-d by the appliuaiit, I hall bo drawn off by the Inspectors or Clerks containing 'I sides, those who patronize them will ftiid their year- OIX MONTHS (rout date, the undersigned AdO tile now ia ue, for sale by
ly doctor' bill mivh diminished tliereby.j uinLstrotor of the Estate of Jos. B. Cole, deceased July 29-If BURTON A CRAVE
the tint day i.f January preceding. I II iu word and fibres,written at full length
were ordered to lie published in the It-land however the gale was so violent upon will final
i j the Hy Jacksonville *sews> and Floridian ami the sea so heavy, that it was found im- I IMIs of J. U. I). Hai.ham, (*m; tilt) un.l! of Rebec. I| cnch the whole number of vutos given for each office atj sale is inre'erg tim an almost incredible extent i iI tha Hon. Ju-ige Probate ft Putnam county, fir NotIce

JournaL po : ihle communicate with it. The Aid, 1 ca Gibson, (J17) were presented by Councilman j I Ij .sit,-h election votes fur, such thtfii office linos were of the given irons, au
On motion the Convention adjourned. therefore, put about, and make a comfortable j I Uulfington, and on Irs motion ordered to be paid, i j I bet of totes s.> given tu each porm, which ccrtillvat9 i Liverpool,(iLm.sgow, I when will
GLINSKI ,ACXt they a ,
w. ( harbor I The bill of S. S. Liken from the table shall be the and Clark i Hamburgh and Berlin, our sales reached 1,732- gcopen
w. GKIGKU, Iii Abhly river. Several others Tyler was signed by Inpcttoni ; j 4V p-iiM of corks Soles, TUU the numlr Palatkn, :tnguit f7, 'at. Administrator. Goods for ttmts market In the meantime their
JE.-JE; T. BEBxiRn, President.Secretary. of our city steamers made a safe anchorage and on motion by Councilman Acusme, referred I I an-1 fiat nu return shall be rejected for inf< rmalilyj will far that. year business will be in the hands ofRmteey iMrsami,
in the Ashley. back to cornmitle I j I of in fraud the certificate in the proceeding, without there u clear indication Ask ths surpass Faculty their opinion of their value asa Insolvent Notice Esq. BLOODOOOD A BOT8E.Mechanlcs.Inventoraand .

That portion of the Northeastern Railroad Couneilm, Cull introduced the flowing n-so. SEC. 9. lie it fur'Jicr enacted, That the poll preicntitite for CuiciiJi, CoU>, Ria]>miTii, Fin-a or FLORID, Manntaet 'ers..'*

JJ5T" We are requested to publish the in process construction in the mar.->h, i lotion, which wa", on motion by Cu'iiiCiIman But- lgsk,or 1Lt of voters, shill be certified nnd figncilI A.-.T4M, and CuKsmrriuN.MeVs County 'jf Durul. \ 570. IN CASH PRIZES. 570.VOLCXc .

follow Petition @f the lion{, cx-Intendant, in the neighborhood of Pa} ne's Farm, buffered | finjjtint, unanimously adop'od : I 'by time Inspector an-I Cleric, which shall, together Stem:, pr. pair, 33 CEXTS.I.Ai.ifs' .. DOLLY ANN JUXE-S Avliniui tratrix bf the "
with of the certificates ths of the clo- d-x do 30 do.Bovs JL Estate of John A. Jones Tet or TOB SCTETTIFIC AHEOICJI?
of result
dccod filed
couniderable The loss will I having
Isaac Swart.-En. I HtilcrJf Th it the Iiiteiidant bo, and he is hereby & MISSES',do 'Z"i do.NOTICB oixtle Itch It
tion 1 the balluLs iu sectionI in office written of commences September. ehiefljr
an a suggestion the
strung aa prorMe my insolvency
To the Hon. the Jutendant of the Town of fall on the contractor, Mr. HunUr. authorized and requested to t.iite btith f're.iesmells j I| 7 after being cnulwfcu, eale L an-I eadorjc ,'Klee- -IVm time Retail Prices we makes of Slid Estate ; This U therefore to notifiy all per devoted to the attvanremenl nf the interests of Jchnnict / /
he shall d-X-m
JiicitvnrUIe, and Hit t'oundilneniereof From the violence and long continuance as iieCv.-ssiry tm prevnt future I Lion, Rcturas'" be carried to the Court House, or i very liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, son having demand. against raid Estate, to prcWMit : fnrentart, !au jacttfrerimd Farmer,
inli.ictiuiis of Quarantine tins amid I
GENTLEMEN: Under the head of "Proceedings of the storm immense damage must necessarily our rcgutoti.ms. I scat of Justice, by one of the inspectors, to le
in Council,Council Cluuulier, A up;. have been inflicted on the Rice and i tcrmincd by lot, if they cann >t agree; anJ in case, tlieir silo, while they are an article hay may boke Judge of Probates of aid County of Duval en or ondsctenKS. Probably no oilier journ-J of the
IPth 14.5." ae published in the Florida Cotton crops, both in this and the adjacent j On motion by Councilman Acnsta, Council then from any unforeseen cause, the Inpcctor chosen [.t in any store, among any class of good*, before the first day March next, when there will same character so extenitively circulated, or fu
; adjourned.. E. GORDON, CVri'Cuuitcll. For term*, apply to1ItitCOrIVl' be a pro-rat distribution of generally f steemed for practical ability. Nearly
: State it being thcseason when of all others cannot carry t'icm, be may cnl them by a trusty the funds belonging to
fairs of Sept. 2d 183i the Petitioner obMTicd BRAfmLEV A CO.
iH-r-wn: J'rutided, the tame bo a legal voter of said Estate, amongst the Creditors thereof. 1 all the Valuable fattnli whkh Issue weekly
a covenant entered into between G. they were most susceptible to injury from l' uai time Siitiuuiil InUUigtnetr, July 15 sail County, sworn tu deliver them a* horcinaftpr 39 Ann Street, New.Ysrk.JackmenmiIlle Witness my ban.!, aud the seal of froa the Patent Once are Wutlrttd vlLEagrar-

\\\ Call, Attorney for H. \V. Dijr-s & Co., each a cause.- Charleston Mercury. provided ; that be receive, as cOmlmenattifl| for his Female [XCAL.] sai
4 "in the conlrvrersy noic existing bet wven j Appropriations %the River and Harbor services, the sum cf ten cents per mile, going and 25th day of Aun. A. D, 193 regularly in its columns M tiny eve honed,

the said parties awl the taint," by which rctnpiing, to be paid out of the County Treasury; 13XT & TIT TJ T 3SJMISH. FELIX LIVINGSTON. thus making its perfect Satrnrr>sm MrcffA.ti-
ew ; E2amary. and that such Jmljc of Probates of l>aval CAL Esrvn/opKMA of information upon UM ml.
other iii.trusted
upon Inspector, or person County
of Ho an's
covenant a 1cut street wa ceedvd For improving the 3Iissmnilli rircr be. jects of Mechanical Imprvttmeati, Chrmtitry
with the returns of slid votes, refuting to sag 2C-Cm ,
to the HnnoflJ.V.. IJigg-itt Co., for The Sloop c.f War Saratoga commander low time r.mllLS, S4.OOt) deliver the cone, [he] shall be subject to indictmcut Engineering anti the Scicnctt generally. It w
Fr the lies Moitmes rpds, mu time 3lissisbipli Teas! TeasI Teas !
in form
ri\ate uud weekly soitoble for bind-
]> tines puqiOfCs8.Your Walker, arrived at Boston on the nn-1, on conviction, tu be fine not exceeding published quarto
Pit i toner Ill his own right and in j 1t from the Sandwich Islantl.l She was Fir time river.hock River rapids, in the 3Iisa s.sililmi 1S,00mi one bundrc I dull tn>, at the discretion of the Court. P. SWART will resume Km charge of TEAS of llio very bet quality anti warranted meg, and each votanmo contains Four Uundrad ant

the right on behalf of the people of this j patched with! the Japan treaty by Com.Perry. river, SEC. 10, lie it further enacted, That on the this Institution on the llth of September at In- importation, and at rednced prices, in I Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter Several HUIH
town. re.peelf.tlly bejri leave to For the harb.r of Dubtipme, ltm tIme Miasia.sililmi third day after an election, except in the Comities wood, opposite tho residence of Mr. Swart, on packages from I Ib. to 1-4 lb.; and from 50 cents tired Engravings, with a full and couplet* Isjdex.
protest .
river of Monroe, )-'It-, and Orange, which shall Le the For yth street, to$1.30 l per pound. Block of the choucr-t kinds, j IU cirouUtioo on last Volume exceeded 23,000
against such un alien t on the ground tluil THE PnirE or Fitmr.nnr.-T1e diamond Fir the navmgation, of titO 1llinoi river, 1''sS; ) ttath i!iy, it plull be the duty of limo Inspector of Tcrow per quarter from $4,00 to 300. Instruction also Green of the finest quality, at I copies per week, and the practical receipts ia ono
it in n's//. It tvants pome essential character for the finding of which a Brazilian slave Fir imnproviimg tIme Mismourm river, the different: precinct1, or persons iutriutc with Drawing, ie., extra charges. ': MCMILLAN'S, vuloiao are worth to any family much nutrhfm
and huts not the nature of a covenant the returns house sept 9-li.'.*'; an; 2&-3t Apothecary Hall, Bay-st. the subscription price.
received his freedom, a few months since, For iiilrovimg thc Oh. imcwlng time to meet at tim Court or County
the thing sold belonging to the public. has been deposited inlxmdon bankinghoi-e. rtiMir of the dtni at &unmberlamid is.laimmi Site,, who, t-r any two of them, with the Jn lg> of Administrator's Notice. f The following CASH Pmxes are offered by too
Publishers fur time fourteen .
largest Ibis of snbscri-
Covenants ia which i copic treat about I It weighs 240 carats and its estimated value 190,00,1 Probate, shall form a board "f c.onvasscrs far time ItMONTI3 from Ute hereof I will apply to .
For ben in the lit of
S Sale, or to Rent. J sent by January, 1355. SlOOnill
Fir tIme navigation of the LouisvIlle anti County, and it shall be the duty of said board to
things which cannot l be Ixxight or s'ihl], is 8O,00--.or) in round number $l-l0O- the Judge of Probate of Alochna county, E.Fla. be given for the largest list t i75 for the second
P.irtland cimmaI, 2oi-s) proceed publicly to open the returns, and to canvass Subscriber being about to remove to SL |
Mich ai things Kt apart to a holy use things for a find discharge from the further xliuinutration THE 963 for the third $35 for the fourth 950 for
000. For improving time Tennessee r.vcr, tansm mini couut the votes given for the 'several would dispose his property in ; ; tfie
bel"nging to the jnildic, are null. The Charleston Mercury that For imnproviII. the .trk.immsa'i river, 40,00') Irsons for- each precinct, in regular order,,commencing of the Fctote of Thomas SAJl'L W.R. PYLiS 1'ylec, tloced. Jacksonville. fifth ; 845 for the sixth t 140 fur the seventh ; 935
"Whatever nature and the laws make says For emmag-boats, one tiretlgt'.bott, and at the first precinct, Said property consfets of two hits and a eomfor for the eighth; 930 for the ninth; $25 for the teat b|
mmmon. cither to all mankind in general the Steamer Gordon will resume her trips Seiws fit time Mississippi, Missouri, IIhiiiimi Sec. 11. lie Ufurther enacted, That the can- August 26, 131. (fspJMJm) Administrator. table dwelling house, pleasantly located at the 820 for the eleventh; SIS for the twelfth; 81Q for

to kingdom to bew bet n ct-n that city and Savannah ou the 10th Ohio amid Arkamisas rivers, 70,000 vaa'ers shall then make ant ci na certificate in ; Noticed West end of Bay street, upon an eminence which the thirteenth; S3 for the fourteenth The ea/h
or a or a town, cannot hli-t. For rontilluing time Delaware breakwater, trijilieate, one t> remain on file, us now provilel ALL PERSONS are hereby cautioned against commands a fine view of the river. will be paid to the order of the swecssfnl eomjwtU

>ld. Thus, fccaports. highways, public Two German dealers in Jclw.mre, ,mXtt1 by law, the other two to be sent to the Secretary fir, or in any way using, a Bounty Both lots are cultivated, as a vegetable anti tot in\n }duUely after the the lit January JS55Ttu -
market places, and all other things which jewelry Fur the harbor on time east attic of Reedy of Stole, or Speaker of the House, ,by different Land Warrant, No. 11,83! for 1GO aercs of land, flower garden. s i-One copy, one year, $2; one copy, six
this common and public use iiicajiacitates were arrested in New York of the charge Island, lhlaw.mre, maiL, immediately after lie can rasa; such certificate LMi4imo,1 to nme tinIer Act of Congress of September. If n-it gold Ixforq the lit Scp'entbor, said premL months, *l; five copies, sis months,$4 ; tea copies,

for the sale cannot be sold." of sinu ling iliaiuonds from on board the For the harbor of ewcsstle, flLmware, lauutm to contain, in words and figures, written at 1859, on tho ICth day of December, 1331, as said >cs will be rented to a quiet respectable family. six months, $3; ten copies, twelve months, $15|

Your Pctioner reserving to himself such steamer Washington to the amount of Fur i.itapscu river, Maryland, from Fort full length, the whole number of >otej given iu Warrant was last lost out of my possession Mmc For terms, which will be aceowuduting, enquire fifteen copies, twelve month, 322; twenty copies,
) Mchlcmmry to its mouth, 5i',00 time in the month January, 1S32, soirn where of the snhsertber the twelve months, $23 ia advance. -
$12.000 or 15,000. County fur each officer, tIme names of the on premses.july
other grounds as of right he hi Fur removing obstructions iii time Sits.queti.iiinalm persons 2o number subscriptions above
IMXSCS.SCS for whom such votes for such between Jacksonville and Block Creek, and I in 22-tf C. M. PICKERING.THOS. twenty can betaken
relation to the obstructions the The Steamer Timour exploded at river Maryland : ) officerS were glion, at less $l,4Qcaetm. Names be
on west aldxh mini the number of votes so given to each tend applying to the CoumL'sioner of Ptusions for can sent in at
aide of HoganV street, respectfully prayeth Jefferson City, dcalling death around, and For stcaiim-tlroiges, steaiim.tiig. CIiiP.nmcnt SEO. 12 lie further enacted That the person.certificate a duplicate thereof. MAUT1N EXNIS, J. flEXnBICKS. JA31ES B. CUESS. different times and from different Port Offices.
total wreck. Six anti diachmrgng scone fu (lie Hcpt 9-6w Warrantee. To planters and Lumbermen. Southern and Western money taken fortubscripttions.
your Honorable Hody to remedy the matter becoming a persons were of the election for Governor shall be sent by
('Imesapeake flay aim.t time Atlantic Omast, 0XN( ) ; I .
coyiplaincd of herein. lying on shore dead and it is supposed that Fur imminiviItg time navig4inmm of Jamues mail, as provided In section 11, to Speaker of the Guardian's Xotlce.NOTICE T lIE fur undersigned the having ef forms/4 aeopartncrsliip Letter should be directed, postpaid to Men A
transacting a
Your Petitioner will AcISAAC fifteen or sixteen thrown board of Representatives, mind the certificate of purpose
were over river
ever pray, Yirgiimii, alvmoo Co. 123 Fulton-Street, S. Y.Messrs. .
is that from General Merchant
hereby given Business
the thirty days
result of the election of Member of at
and d For the rmver\ Congress
4J tied. Appomattux mr.ginimi .
\ cow imnpruvimmg MCTS
VAKT.Jaeksonvillc. 4 Co. are extensively iq
and I shtll to the Hon. Felix engaged
State Senator, shall be sent to the Secretary \ AtiXOLIA E. P
Sept 3, 18.J3.AVc About seventeen persons were scalded For re.opening, a communication between :;o,00t) of State, a.s provided in section 11, and the certificate Livingston, JuJ $ of Probates of Duval County I would rcjipectfull call the attention, ,of all who are procuring patent for new inventions,and will ad<

certify the above to Ito a true copy or otherwise injured. tIme Albenmarle Soqnd, in Xirth Caro- or certificates far members of the Assembly, for leave to sell Lot number one in square number I desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their largo and chic inventors of their ,without eha/je in regard to the novelty -.

of the original. E. GOKDO.X,C.C. According to a Paris correspondent hue, aimd the Ailammtie Ocean, shall be delivered to them, on application, as now Len, in the town of Jacksonville, belonging tu Eliza well selected Stock, consisting in part of improvements

Jacksonville, Sept. 4, 1M4. Gon. Conclia. was to sail for Havana For immiprovimi' time harbor of Clmarbston, provided by law.SEO. Jonec, an orphan and minor, the same tu be sob! Pry Goods, Groceries, Queemware, Hoe & Co's Patent Ground Saws.
South Canmfmmmm, 7o0oForimnprovmng 13. licit furttier enacted, That all acts for the'benefit of said minor. | Hat, Caps, GrockeryanJGIassware, I Subscribers manufacture from
and the assumption, of the Governor Generalship the best
the Sayanah river, Grow. and parts of act iiicoiuUtfut with the true intent J. B. HOWELL. I Beta and Shoo, Drugs, Medicines, THE Steel CIRCULAR
SAWS frwflwo
Heavy ,
of Cuba on the loth of August. 4"'XHI I and meaning of this act be mini aug 23-lmmi Guardian. Iron, Nails Paint thin
gill, are hereby re inches to eighty inches in diameter. Their
The Gale, to which we alluded in our .- The American mail steamer Arctic For cor netting the Indian river and pealed. I hereby given that an application Hardware! and Cutlery, Window Glass..Particular are hanlt-ncil and temnereJ. and are trmimAt gaw4

list as having cummciicx'd about seven sailed from New York on Saturday, for Musmtito laguon, at llauluvcr, FlorUda NOTICRU to the next session of the General attention pail to the Provision Business. finished by machinery designed expressly for th*

o'clock on Thursday evening, continued with 100 and over 5.000 m : A Card A !>eintIy{ for an act of incorporation of a Bank Hay, Born, Mess Pork, Flour, Bacon, Fish, pnrpcee, and are, therefore,moch superior to thorn
passengers, For the harbor of Mobile
improving Molasses, Sugar eowtoatly oa hand in
to freshen during the night, and about one million dollar in specie. Alabama, 100,000 to located in Jackaomille. tiska. ground in the usual manner, as-tha; ar*strengthened ; '
Cnir o'clock yesterday morning tlio wind Iwvaaaaz's Ornce tJacksonville. aug. 12-3ui and stiffened by increasing them ia Urlcknen
For the harbor of Lake Pontchartrain
Produce of all kinds
blew almost a hurricane. It continued Lt, Bonaparte, of Baltimore, was near New Orleans. Louisiana, g..OOO Fla., Sept. 12, 1854. )f fMB. purchaced. regularly from the cutting edge to Ui* centre, coo*
with great violence accompanied Ly heavy one of the staff of Marshal Magnan at the For improving the channels at the mouths COLE: Z'ar ..SVrHavin learned from a Ur riEXCISE U JIADEKIA LONDON DOCK WINE PORT; WINE; elsewhere.All are invited to call before making purchases teque&tly do. nut b eom* heated or tackled, ami

ahowcrs, throughout, the day, until about fete Xapolcou, recently gives in Paris. of the Mississippi river 830,000For c gentleman of this place, that the editors of the ii FRENCH BRANDY, N. B. A large assortment of Negro Goods,such produce They ab a great manafactura saving ia Cast Uihr-Steel. 31HL- Pit and

four o'clock, when, after a comparative lull, It is stated that Capt. Hollins ia ratio continuing river Texas tht! navigation of tbc Colo* 10,000 Republican and Georgian in Savannah have pnb- Expressly for mcJical purposes, at as Kerseys, BlankoU, Jte. Crocs Cut rtaws. and Billet Wtbs, of superior oval.

it hauled to the Southeast, and blew for ordered to Grej town apainxvith the Cyanc. For survey of, the harbors of Galvcston holy announced that, on the arrival of the steamer eel,2-31 APOTHECARY HALL. july 8-tf IIENDRICKS A CHESS. ity, all of which they have for sale, or they may

three hours with much fierceness, wizen it TIme American Consul, Mr. Fabens, goes out and I'aso Caval", in Texas, 4,0X)) Carolina at this place on the 3d instant, and the Jacksonville IllacksmlthL'ig, 11. Y. KINSMAN, be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchants

again lulled, and as we go to \
uight it has the of moderating. I the amount of damages done to citizens of lie property and contingencies of river Port I'hysiclan! of the hualtlifnlness of those onboard SHOP, has in store an Immense stock of a upjs_* co,
ana harbor the-Itlun- 29an13F .
ou 4
the United States the bombardment of improvements said ttteainer I ikrte chttrt At former Stand of Sedsvick.TURNIS11ES WINDOW SHADES '
Tins is one of the heaviest and most pro- by tie and Gulf coasts, 4c., 15,000 proposed for Publishers of newspapers who will insert
the town and also to take and Charleston and the Charleston I Ploughs of all kind Timber Car. which ho I is aow offering at prices such as to present this advertisement
tractcd gales that has l been experienced here |t testimony For removing obstructions Colbert's steamers, donire, three times, with this aot, and
for manyj-earB, and U is somewhat singular | It-port upon the value of the entire porperty $hoal, in the Tennessee river, 25,000 through time medium of your paper, to make a JU mges, Carts, Chains for Mills, .Mill! work of great imlacemcut Also to customers. forward us a paper eontainaig the MIOA, wiU b -

that it occnred on the eemi-ccntcnnial anni.rersaryof de*>troyed. For the improving removal of East the I'uscagoula bar at the river mouth, by peStle Jenlitl of time charge The cheers referred all|kinds THartiouUr, Sugar Mills attention, ic paid toStearaBoatand! Lace and M.uoUnCitrUins, Satin Do Lane?, Dsnt- the aam amount in printing of m bill enab.b for she,jwrhMbjg advertisement jtlm*. .

thej rcatpalc of IW)4so, memorable thereof 0,000 to were proposed by n private citizen of the town, Saw Mill roparing. Wheolwrighting done at shortest asks, Ac, all at a great bargain. july8-tl X ew York, April 22d, 1SJ4- J y-3 -

in the minds of our ancient citizens, Proceedings of Council For a levee across the river fan Diego, as is troll understood in this community. notice. t"V All orders left at the store of S. ---- MATTHIESSEN 4 XIIARA, 8

which took place on Fridays thvbUt of Sep Corxcit Cntexa California, 2i\000 It baa been, and will continue to bo, my purpose N. Williams will be promptly attended to, SYIIOLESAI.U CLOTHING HOUSE CHARLES BEWAIL. .- -
For the preservation jmblic property ID-lf J. A. FARMAR.
tember of that year. $tjtembev ii, ls$4. J and Contingencies of V cittern riCer improvement to endeavor to sustain the dignity of the position aug -No. 143 Esut Bay, corner Queen, cxQ1JdJJ4 I )

Much injnry has been done to Uic wharves Council met Present j Hun f. C. Barrett, In. *, Ac, 10,000 to which, by UM kind partiality of) my fellowcitl.rns '1\TOTIV11 is hereby given that application will July 8 CluivUtfan, $.C. tf JackfonrilJe .
and improvements both on Cooper and For improving the harbor of Burlington I have been elevated WtH i be made to the next General Assembly of ALES in any part of the
: tcndant; Messrs. G. C. A&wta, S. Buffiugton, Gco. as as faithfully to WRDL.kW WALKER & JJURXSJDE. S County attnded to*
the State of Florida for amendment of the ,
\ghley Ilivcrs. For a considerable I Vermont, 18,000 f LCtfv.lt the kits / the lines. an *nikrtmpeetfuflyeolldtq4. -
tion of tlic.timc, time sea made a complete por. j J W. Cole S. N, Willinnw, Counoilroon. For the ateam-drcdge on Lake Champlain I have the honor to be, Charter incorporating the Town of Jacksonville Cotton Factors andCO.M.MIMSIOX Goods sent to the subscriber oneommZwien,eft]*,
The certificate cf the Inspectors of the Special aug 19-3m cr for auction
7,500 Your MObt obedient servant, v private or disposal, will be qnirklv
breach over the Battery, the spray being j Election held- on time 12th lust., for a member of For improving the harbor of OswcgnXew F. C. ILVURKTT, will be made to North Atlantic Wharf, attended to and amounts speedily forrardea Th
sometimes blown clear the roofs of JulyS CAartoton. $.C. tfCIIAFEE
over York, 21,000 I ItJeswIasf. Subscriber has been known ia
1 the Council vice Felix Livingston resigned IN the eommnity for $
was next General Assembly for a Charter
the adjacent building. The water on East For improving the harbor of Bodus ST. AMAND & a number of years asjUctioneer and other*!**.-..
I laid before the Board. It appearing that Col. Coo New York authorizing the cimstraction of a Railroad from CHOFT.
Jlay-ftrect was in many places four feet Y>*. Call was unanimously elected, and ho being For Boy the, Oayug-a harbor county of codes Bay, Wayne 14,500 Iar-rit' Cedar Roy to the fjoorgia State line, in the direction WINES- LIQUORS, SEGAKS, TOBACCO quirles II* offers should na recommendations be made but desires that fan
deep, and back up through Atlantic and i New York of Macon,Goo. aug l )-3n A&, eoneernJDf hisaself of any 4 I
present, took the prescribed oath and his scat as a county, 10,000 commercial house at the plare of hU rcndaiira
Watewtrcet into Meeting-street a large For Charlotte harbor at the mouth of iury3 N*. 179 Kaitt Bay, Charles tort,Jf-C. tf Finee the Ire h* has located his storeea
of the Council.
member and Plauk HoadConipauy Fourth
/at which was covered to the depth of two j j0r :' Gcncsee river New Vork.! 24,000 Ou the SOth inst., at the residence nf I* T. Macplienion Jacksonville Alligator, street. on thebernt district, where his Ancriesi !
Street Conunitto to whom was referred petition For the harbor of Oak Orchard creek JESSES me.
three feet. All the cellars and yards Esq. River St. Charles the Rev. Or. is siness is also at present eoMla ted, smLwhere
by hereby given that an application will h. -
fyjOTICE /
For Lake
steam-dredge 7JouFir DEALERS
of J. W. Price end others, made a report, which, on > IX GROCERIES, LIQUORS I basil
contiguous are of courts submerged, and the harbor of Buffalo, New York, 23,000 Cook, Francis Ida Wheaton, Kq., Barrister at Lbe made, at the next session of the General SEUAT1S &c. keep m on the nest reasonable farms-

many beautiful gardens are completely 'I being- received, was, on notion by Councilman For the harbor Dunkirk, New York, SouooFor ) Law, Jacksonville, Florida, to Ilarrict Ihywartl, Assembly of the State of Florida, for an amendment Bly8; yo. 133 East, FAMILY-OROCEIIES AND PROVISION'
Bay CharltMton.3.0. tf
troycd for the present season. The IJattcj j, Williams, laid on the Uble. the harbor of Erie, Pcnnsvivania, 2.5oOfor second daughter of the late Charloi A. Holt incr. of the Charter of the above nawed Company. For CwA and Country Produce. '

ry itself has been greatly damaged, tIme i| Councilman Bofflngton from Special Street the harbor of Conncsut, Ohio, 11,500 chant of Quebec. July 2&-3m P.M. COHEN iCoM July 8tCHARLE3 PKTALLA -

woodwork being washed away and the Committee submitted the following ordinance, For the harbor of Ashtabnlo, Ohio, 13,500 lithe Circuit Court of Putnam County, DE.VLERSJ IJIMIUGS, MEDICINES, -
F.ir the harbor of Fun-port, Ohio 13,000 -
pastern Circuit Florida. ia Ac.ultS .
flagging undermined on the Eastern front, which was unanimously passed I For the harbor of Cleveland, Chip, llVX<0 Notice, T WOELD take tils,method oTInfonnuis
while considerable portion of the concrete An ordinance to fix, define, and rcgqlala the streets For the harbor of Black river, Ohio, 10, KK) j T nB eO.PARTNERSIUp, under the firm of Anthony Robins, Executor of the lost Will and >Na.28 lUypo Street C1IaI.hI4en.O. tf 1. friends and customer and pabiic generally,that nr

and stone facing on the Southern front has of the Town ef Jacksonville. For tho harbor of Huron, Ohio, 13,500 Tt'N'XO, PICKXEY 4 CO, U this day then Tentamcnt of Conrad Von Dohlcn, late of said S. FARUAR BUOTI1EUS shvrthegr 4tiretoJsiksnnvnie, lharreedenea *->
AH the wharves on both Sec. 1. Uo it ordained bv the Town Council of For the harbor of Sanduxky city, Ohio, 8s,*>t>o ved. Tha settlement of its affairs, by mutual County, dccod, Complainant.A DEALERS COFFEE; GROCE, tililisbeI In (ha -sew building Pti.nd.-
,Jjeen destroyed. the town nf Jacksonville, That from and after the For the harbor of Monroe, Michigan, 10oOO agreement, devolves on W1LIJAJI M. TUA'NQ ,A.VwiDohton and others, the Heirs and Creditors of Dr. Baldwin, where I have; ef>e *d the :
rivers, have been more or less injured,their j i date of this ordinance; the streets of said; town For the BtiMBwdredge on Laktt Krie, 7,500 to whom all persons having denunds or being in of said Estate, Defendants HIES, icv Apothecary- Han with aa cntii* new stock *Tey

bulkhead'being damaged, and planking !! shall be deemed and token to bo all those vacant For improving the $t, Clair Flats, Michigan deblod are referred. A NTJIONY ROBINS, Executor .as aforesaid, Comer East Bay sod CamfcerUod-SLs. Drugs sn1ModLe P1irmeyy; Fan..

rippedun 'bV. Jhcviolence of the waves; unenclosed and unocupied spaces commonly used 15.000 WILLIAM TTNJfaRQ. .:t having filed his Bill on the Chancery side of julyS Charlatan, S>,U tfXEUFFER 4rte.es, po t Qardi and -

while bales of cotton, firewood, lumber,and at this date as public p*ss.ways, and Ijing between For the harbor *t mouth of CHinon river, PIXCKSEV.Ja, this Court, suggesting the probable insolvency of IIEXDRIX &Cd.- FIowerse4s, hurniagylwkl.arpvsekz, *n4
the lines of buildings and fences on either aide, as Michigan, 5,000 Charleston. August 3 Int. Lamps,PainU and OiLiln'1
,, said Estate; It U Ordered,That all having GJaPstye.
tbc carried persons
edge from marches,were -upon erected at the date of this ordinance, to wit i on For the harbor at mouth of Grand river, I C03I3IISSIUX MERCHANTS, SemLw&te,
3J3 the Estate
claims against said Creditors othcrwtsef ,
the flood l in case nearly to East thirttwutu of A. D. as or far the sale of answu
IM eighteen
day September,
many Michigan, 20,000 Hag, tobs4 tho
I 1
*r file their ssM* Uinrwltk-tlw Ctork of foutar at al limes
Mount hundred and fifty-four however this For harbor of Black Lake 2m'too Flour Grain and Produce Generally, Sundays
I5y- trcet. The Pleasant Ferry ; lYovidedj the ,Michigan, azceptt .
The Subscriber. this Court b and fur the said of Putnam, -
ordiaaae- shall not apply to Lot N x in For of HU 7 ) county utyfl Charislat, -UcornJiiGs ;- I I
boat- ; squire the hwbor Joseph Michigan, 13,000
House and the
was nearly destroyed "Continues the bastaos before the eanUr* CuOr
earned on A.D. proscriptions nt
ydw.- Immediately west of the Court House,, For the harbor of New Luilo Mich! nnder on or twenty-flfthi157 January, tip
tailduig shop of Mr. Burk removed from which said lot shall remain aa originally laid oat, ,: 18,000 the 'name of TUNXO. PIXCKSEY A CO, I8SS, And that thi*notfc* bebllsb4climine & Co, wUh ear* night aod dayT -

its foundation 'In many cases the waWr any thing in this section to tin contrary notwilh For gun the, harbor of Jficliigan-- city Indiana,- JB.OOO and tenders to his friends the renewal of his aec..* ewsMfor in this Circuit, once a v week' ,-lintil-the SAIIt1r- COACH, lIARDlVARC&e.i -july 8j I A UOcIULLAl'

fledlntothe cellars 'and basements of standing.SBC For the harbor of Chicago Illinois, S4, 00 vk-es. WILLIAM JL.TDNXO, piratioSj of t iJ period."f ---; So 164 Meeting gtmtrt : -
stores, damaging goods and fixtures to a : i .Jit it ftriktr er&Ml, That 'hereafter, Fur the harbor ut-Wait k gak Illinois, 10.000 'Sept 1 -2iJ.A.h3AflUI5. tHven"nniler-my hand"at Chnmben. this nlw*-uly3 ( wlesiun&C- -- tE ;

extent. It this upwards when any person shall desire to erect any building For the harbor of Kenosha.Wiscimsia15,500 teiatbdayofJ'ulyA. D, 1854.Sizned '' SL O; OOURTENAY. -
Considerable -
tray (Jr knee, on any lot not now enclosed, he shall For the harbor of UaoJBe. \\ iscoosin, 1,000 [ ,] WIU.!AM "AITORTTARD, ;
pf fourteen hundred sacks of salt were dejtroyed leave as much space in front of laid building or For the harbor of Mamutve,at the North tii1aax4c'0 I JdgcqfL'isCtrcistCeertoftPi., BOOKS, 8TATI0NCRVrAX0"CHnAPu1y3 -
*n itQJB oa Brown's wharf.Coiulddrablr AUK is there is & Sums of the nearest, buildings fttWconsin. 17/00 ntr LoZf'FintLfbe$4ti,) -- -fly. '- ;iate4 lireuit iffFlorida, NsV* ip tbs1.srstatxbAtLmt.

id jury hat al 1*> ffoulted to orfv&oca, on the aama aideofthitroet.atthisdato. For the harbor Sbeboygan, t'IsconsIn,, .1,000 ILL' d'upaieh s>H Jobs ih a workmanlike man. _-I nEHEBt CEl TIFYtoallhAalwfefe:* trao y 3'Bros4 Street.C] fteitonS.a itt Ily .:.

many buildings is'thf city by For tht harbof f Jlanitowoe, Wisponsin, 12,500 ner.- Plans, A/ will ftmaWied'frf! of.ebargs. copy of the Order fit) nle>n my effice. :
atnpping Ordinance No. tea (10)) of too.town' ofackionvilla For Luke Michiran JiftM :
ype.5. the sloan-dredge 7,600 1.PtI6t.a 5)ynitaVinf and thSeai f ffiesv tthe
A (hem of their roofs, and i]) some places'the.thorouchlares shall be held to apply to the space Fpr repairs And. preservstien of publipupcutyan4coutingcncicecfWtehae. -,- Uoasij in waifcvUiam uVsL'iSri VAORS'lAUMMIMSION,5hta '
were dangerous ffom fhp CWHmiai $1OAtewprd-i S.YOST &asII s T4.
feen&T 4fl5WF J H fe orectsaa4nons: 3tVwSpKwr'
filing of dates and tile*. i large1 other, .borsIc. ; : aIontUo of tho) steamer Semlnott,'on ill' kbGlnL?> acMqtc W wCa : ,; .
portion of the. tin roof of the iarfrsttin S a Wi .Hotel wunedosndconidersblsanse Into a perfect rofiaqttUhmcn to Bbprtsect MMtestaors ieirf4ht Wan4,1cob. ,. ,- *ETysf&a iogu 'vr-BtccROrr-z-C&, I.'- -
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of any portion ofths originil trwts of the 1 lamt and contents ftTeUow aff 1'wt -p CA1JPUUIO IIotsi.bs33 .. 5t--r- -,
; \ done to the beautiful Z7$11J'1&CS in14sImiUur town of Jacksonville, open which'bhildin i or or breakwater' at B&cklaoJ' ) & ; I -
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F ( -- .J1 .aaA., S. & E.. M.'Gilbert. 'Hedleal* ,College. c5ax'y 'a31 CIARLEST8NB FL9RIBA VIt : 1

.l .t' : -. Orange aad St. Lie' 1st Tuesday AprO.3d V V MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS V SESSION 1854-'S. VA I .U.S. Mall lteamen ah'

t- Putnam do doApriL ia all description* of CABRIAGES 1 D.AL'OU.D.r.Theory and Practice I Il', Depository; V CAROLINA AND PLOB '
Bumter, 2d Monday ia April at No*. 35 and 40 n wwirortt -, to the New Store In nolme'

': El Marios .4th do 110 APriL 8r and No.7 JIaynt tret.el oUleie..A XOL.1.D.Prof of Obet ,opposite Dr. Baldwin' TnaocoiTro yitATiA 24 TO 30( HOCII.. ;
Alaehua lit do do May Oar. i* .extensive one, and pun wlcU.D.Prof of V Office, Jacksonville.
!". Columbia 21' .'do do May are respectfully requested t call O us, "C C.W.W&I.hi.IL.Prcf.ofMedleal Cemi. TITHERE is kept constantly on band a Urge THE CAROLINA win leave V CHARLESTON V
Nassau, Wednesday before 4th Monday in May.i offergreat. inducements in ale and prices| andany H.L.BUD,) ,Prof-MalerU Hec a W i well selected assortment of a every Sal.'rf.y. t3p.>I. ReUraiag.wlllleato .
i article bought are warranted V PALATXA 7 A.M.
Duval 4th do do May a o elmtDt rapeutics. every Monday, PICOLATA
St.Johns 2d do Ia J.. in every respect. 8-tf E. II.MAKTCT,M.D, Prof Institutes ofMedl- DRUGS A CC 10 A.M, and JACKSONVILLE, 3 A.M. V .
o Always received by TilE FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTOJT
FALL V1W lO av1'ate every
Orange and St.Lucia HTaetday before the ilL Carriage & Harness:Depository, cine.J. \\.now AMI, M.D.Prof of Anatomy. fresh and genuine. Also, Tuesday, at 3 P.3jV Returning, will Wave
November. J,B.Rt AD, M.D.Prof of Anatomy Perfumery, Combs, Brushes, Soap PALATLA, 8 o'clock, A.M. BLACK CRZ EJC. V
: Putnam Monday Last before the lit Monday in e.as t AT THE WHITE HOUSE, ,and Demonstrator( Ptt Lamps, Burning Fluid, de 3 P.M,sad JACKSONTILLE, Friday,3 A.JI.
Tuesday ) of
November. Sonth-West Corner J.J. WEST, M. D, Assistant Demonstrator of V which will be void low for These Steamers connect with all the bterier
Snrattr 4th Monday In November. MEETING and WSTORT STREETS, Anatomy. Country orders solicited and punctually attended Stages of East Florida and connects both way I

Marion, 1st do in December. ClletQ; REGULAR Course of LECTCBM in this in- to. Pby.icia'prescriptions put op with care a with the New York Steaauhips,Carolina lUBroaaa
CARRIAGES at the lowest THE S
Alachna 2d do hi DecemberColumbia every delripi will commence on the first Mondayin des.th. and Wilmington Boats.
3d do in December prices always on hand, sold except ,and terminate in the following Manh TEAS. Passage from Charleston lo Jacksonville, fi j trna
I St Johns, lit do In November such as can be warrsted in the fullest term, by XO\Dbr:' lectures will be delivered from Ion Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. P>c UU aid Palatka $10.

H i Dual 3d do in November July 8-tf M. H.NATHAN. day the IGth day of October, until the commencement Tea of direct (mprt and o 3 nretiflrom For further particulars apply t.
of the Regular Course,for which D additionalal I a 1-4 to 1 Ib. all J. W. CALDWELL Cbarlestoa V
STATE COCRT Midtlle Circuit. !I. Lawton & Co. paa.e
\'m. ro will be required. Students hue frco access I extremely law BELLECUAS3S A F1NEGAN.
rauca nan. FACTORS ADCOMMISSION Ui the Modical an J Surgicnl Wank of the Savannah I Dealers supplied,by order- Jacksonville
: Madison Monday In April. MERCHANTS, 10ipial Thi ettea ire cbirity: is under the med in ttCountr with Cash. R. R. REID. Palette.STEAMkOMMUNICATI0N

Jefferson, 2d do in April No. 13 Southern itl etr of two members of the Faculty,by whom I GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, Ac.

; "BUFFIttGTON HOUSE Wakulla IMt do in ApriL Charleston, S.Jhvi ('lnlcalleture are delivered. In addition to this,: also always kept on hand. .n.&J' .
! THE Leon, 3d do in ApriL Wm. M. Lawton, I Wu. M Taylor, they ample opportunity for learning practical: July Rt T. MCMILLAN.
3 Gad l.. lit do in March K Wainright Bacon, I Joseph T.DilL medicine at the College Clinqne,which U open drily Savannah and Florida Se
Hamilton 4th do in ApriL V to patients. NEW HKYMGHT .
julyS U TIIEo and elegant Steam.
9 .. .onviD.e F1.oriCl.a FALL TCKk.Madisoon During the p*t session upward of two han IV.Vc!. S F2Vra5ikt Sr. TOIIX, Capt JAMB .

and 3d Monday hi November. Ceo. & Co., cases were prrib for, and over thirty (LtIIcr)1 }FREEBOK.T will leave Savaauah Thursday
i Continue opened during the present Summer, prepared to receive accomnodate Abbot the of the Studentsvt lgurlian ) every
Jefferson 2d do in November. Xf.96 ( 4.Gift Wharf]} operations performed pretence ; morning at 10 o'clock, tot Palatka,teathiag at all
t Jt1B Transient and Permanent Boarder Waknlla, 1st do ia November. ,Charleston, S. C, the Clinique. Material for Anatomical investigations -: inform the citizens the intermediate puiats.
Leon 3d do in October, Dealer in .i.abundantly lupplied Fees: Mat TlE : i its vicinity that he stillcontinues This boat has been built expressly this trade;
Full Course 9105 Demonstrator

Gadsden lit do in October. ; Letanl ; has large and airy state-room accommodations I.rp.'engt"rL
SPIRIT GASH AND CAMPIICXC, 810 Graduation 930. For further information to keep open his
MAGNOLIA HOTEL PLANTERS HOTELCHARLESTON Hamilton 4th do in November ; and taking the inland route prIM."
with Lamps of for the same. ,address,poet-paid. GALLERY
STATE COl1u-S'outhtrn Circuit. every description NEW superior accommodations for invalids aDd eihers.This .
r; On the St.Jehna River, vUxocx I. C. ALSO julyS II. I.BYRD,)1.B..Dean on Forsyth Street second door west of Dr.Holland's ?- boat will leave Jacksonville, on her return

: Cunca: OF CAFT. O. J. Mc *T.rpIlIS AIL. THE Undersigned would respectfully !.- sraixa Tsax. English and American White Lead, Paints, W. E. Buker rsidene. to Savannah every Sunday morning, at o'clock..
Is new House recently opened for the ac- JStfonn his friends and the Public g.nersllythst, Levy 4Ch Monday in )March of every Linseed and Sperm Where he is prepared to take pictures in a maD For farther particulars inquire of Cajt.Freeborn -
JL omnwdationetBoard.rs aid visitors from the he bus leu.d that extensive and well known establishment Hernando 1st Monday La April. July 8 kind ,Putty Ac. tf SUP BROKER AND GENERAL nor not .nre by any. He has spared no ex- on board,or teCLAGIIORN
, ?i.vtbdsrikg the ensoeiag aid fetor Masons.H the PLANTERS HOTEL and is Hillsborongh, 2d Monday in ApriL COMMISSION MERCHANT. E0fUin fting up hii Rooms, having a splendid 1 CUNNINGHAM,Sat'a.
F I*ttvaUd iBunediately on th.St John's River, now ready for the reception of visitors. Its eligible Monroe, 1st Monday in May.TLLL Joseph Whilden 8 Gto. tf reception room for ladies, fitted up in a neat and BISBEK A CAFOVA,Jaekwnville.julyStf .
atoatZS mile from Jacksonville aad a abort distance location being convenient to all the business TaOs. July &raua tasteful style, blidl his large fine k11igh ena- BESET A TEAgPALE, Palatka.CARRYING .

: from the mo ta Black Creek and i* most localities will commend it to those who visit the Levy, 2d Mondry ia October dealers in Fort & Dnnliam bling him to t..1 pictures in groups ly, in
favorably located and fODnDie.UylUM*p for the city on business, and no exertions or expense will Hernando 3d Monday in October. Pat Oils, Glass, and Ship Chandlery, clear or weather. He feels confident of Oppos1.UOn. L1ne.
t: .rpoM_& Arrangements are made. lori be spared by the Proprietor to promote the comfort Hillsborongh lit Monday in November. ffo.GOl-ZEatt.Vay, FACTORS.AND giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with TIlE U. 8. MAIL
u..Mc CC sixty boarder*, and already aid convenienoe of his guests, and render his Monroe, 1st do in December. opposite P.and BI. Bank, C.rlelt S.C. COMMISSION MKRCIIAXTS, a call He is thankful for past favors, and hopesto BETWEEN

;(, maerous visitors have availed themselves of a location house, in every worthy of the public patronage STATE COCRT Western Circuit. keeps constantly for sale, a general assort- Satan nan., (,eo. receive a continnanca 0 the same. Those who Palatka Fla, and SaTamah Gea
; at the"Magnolia." The Bout iaooDY'Dient and support. lie U pleased to add that he has H1 ment of Paints and Oils of all kinds,Window Henry R.Fort. V | T. K. Dunham. do not want pictures, respectfully invited to Tn.ide all the
.". :f to a ft**Mineral Spring, and boat aad poneys are secured the services as Book keeper,of Mr.J. W. iraiia TtBM. Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine, Camphene call and examing his rooms and specimen ( 1nIJ.)
kept for the purpose of going thither. The pioprie- Lamkin so long and favorably known to the tra Franklin 2d Monday in ApriL Spirit Gass, Tallow, Cordage, Chain JOHN RICHARDSON., July 8-tf ](\V. GRAVES. Via Plcolata. Black Creek and Jacksen
= '4 ;: tot respectfully invites strangers and citisens to veiling community of this and the adjacent State. Calhoun 4th do in April. Cotton }'ot UrotODd Glue, Packing F FACTORS, aouvllle, Vla. and St.9Iarya,Hrunan -
...f 'JzcpIa"or.ojooreatth.Mapoliallooieiawii- July 8-3m G. W. DO .. Jackson 1st do in May. Y.rd Pmp Brushes various kinds. July 8-tf :.annah Georgia. Jacksonville FoundryIVfACHINE Ick,and Darlen,Geo.tr .

.. :i: Urorsanuner,and thus afford him an opportunity Washington 3d do in May. juS Offlft Bedlfur.Building.Djliig TUE Stcampacket TTII IKA.CapL V
.- J t ',: devoting that attention to their comfort which it Orange Spring Hotel, Holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday in May. H. A. Cohen & Cohen, and Reuotatlng Establishment, .4N0 _: VVVffSV N. Kise, leaves Palatbs
? '\. r will give himself and the able superintendent ..0'l East Florida. Walton, 4th Monday in May. and Dealer WORKS. every Monday morning at 8 o'clock. C
I much pl.ssurstotoaoif.st. rpniS Hotel is now open for the reception of InJL Santa Rosa lit Monday in June. Importer in 73 rok.d.near the Court House, Arrives at Jacksonville same evening ansi
;.- JalyT J. A. SCMMERLIN. valids and the travelling public. We deem it Edcambia, 2d do in June. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SAVAXNAIL OEO. TIE Subscribers, having ma.le extensive and leaves Tuesday morning 3 o'clock touching at

unnecessary to allude to the superiority of the location I FALL TIB*. :IDxry G-oods 73.3_2T Establishie1852. S"73 improvements in their establishment the intermediate places above.
;; l' rJ *ISO. Merchant Hotel, 91SO. over any other in the Peninsula and the Franklin 1st Monday in Eeeeraber. HE Subwibcr.gratofnl tohis patrons and friends are now prepared to furnish Through fare from Palatka Picolata aDd Black V
;'.4 ChaHetton, S. C. rare mineral qualities of this Spring, as both are i Calhoun, Thursday after 4 tb Monday in November. No. 175 East-Bay, Charleston, S. C. T for their continued favors, would state that,in Steam diEjIiien,of any required power, from Creek 1800
t' : j I muDvcTiov IR raiccs.eTIIE established beyond cavil. The proprietor is exter- : Jackson, 2d Monday in November. Nathan A. Cohen. I I Leopold Cohen. addition to the improvements in Dying acquiredby 1 to 100 homes; Through fare from Jacksonville, $ 00
; I I undersigned having leased this Hotel bag every effort to render his guests comfortable I Washington Tuesday after 1st Monday in Nov. July 8_I him during his last visit to England and Scot Saw MIlls; Through tickets are furnished from Jaeksanvillo
\ .t ia King Street,solicit from the travel and only craves a little more time to complete his Holmes, 1st Monday in November. has made arrangements for extending his Sugar Mill; to Charleston for 8 00
; .i. ling public a share of patronage. Board 91,50 arrangements and satisfy aIL Invalids can have \V.ltoa,4th do in October. Fraser & Thompson, land by which ho is now enabled to Dye a greater Horse Powers; t1l" The WELAKA connects with oae ef lb.New .
; per day t single dinner, 60 ets.only.july86ia i medical aid and such extra attention as iheirsitnatkn -- Santa Rosa 3d do in October. FACTORS AND of Colors on Silk and Woollen Dresses, Grist Mills, York and Philadelphia Steamships from Savannah
f" f JAMES It!. HERST. : require. Our own Hacks will be in attendance Escambia, 2d do m October. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Shall variety, Ac, which he trusts generally all and all other machinery used in this country. every Wouewlay.
I. on and after the 20th Nov. on the arrival of the who favor him with wi please Iron and Bras Casting. C R. K. DUKE ral.tlLACnTIf.
;. ; CHARLESTON HOTEL, ; Boat at Palatka. K.S.D.-RGAS. Adger'a North Whr Gentlemen's may Garments Dyed, Cleaned or Reno :*P- te3mIJt Saw Mill, and other repairing, / BISBEE t CANOVA, Julao1l itf..
t : MIXER Northern District. Charleston, S. thud
: julyS Proprietor.MAGKOLIAHOTJBZ. rated as required, in the same superior at ni. jnly8-tf (S.M.LAFFITEAU, Savannah.
'S Coro.rcMe.ting..odftsyneStreets, 1st in paln'l Ii. RISER_I TACL 9. TnOErsOT.II. may b Ir Al machincjy purchased from na be
'j Tallahassee, Monday January. style which has much his pa. wi
. .C. tf I in in of
J JalyB Charlestons Apalaehicola, 1st do in February. W. KINSMAN, Irons and lriendl. put operation any part the by
1 Jaektonrille Florida.TIlE
PAVILION HOTEL IfJ SUBSCRIBER has just completed the Pensacola, 1st do in March. 11 King Strut, Ladies' Bonnets Dye.1 Bleached and Pressed in competent reasonable mahinut when desired, and upon all the intermediate Landing on the A

II. L. BUTTERFIELD, ,. *ra above House, fitting it up in the most comfortable St Augustine, 1st do in ApriL ha In an Immense stock of the most : Orders from the country -. Drawings terl.and Estimates fnmismei, without ST.JOHNS RIVER.
. ;. : '
...'.: Comer of Meeting and Haeel-sts., style, and will use every exertion to pleas* Southern District. WINDOW SHADES punctually attended to. Terms moderate charge. MOONEY & OOOKIN, THE Steamer Darlington,
which he is now offering at such as to When parcels are sent by steamboat or railroad, -1'
.t1' tc JulyS CharlettonS U'h all that may favor him with their patronage. Admiralty Court sits at Key West; always in ses- prices pro July S-tf Founders and Machinists.p S S S V iCapt J. Brock, will leave Jacksea-
; k; Particular attention paid to Invalids sent great inducements to customers.ALSO word should bo sent him by letter through the ville every Saturday morning, at 8 o'clock,Arriving V
MILLS HOUSE Poet Office that he know where call for
at Palette 5
same day,-leaving
' tY. THOSAS S. NICKERSON, Corner Ocean and Monroe-street LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. Lace and Muslin Curtains,Satin De Lanes, Dam- them & li. W. BIGtJS & Co. m.f fJaitnonrille o'clock Monday Morning in connection with tho ,

I 1. 1L. Comer os Meeting and Queen Streets Jacksonville, Jl&ly8. 1654. > ,, Governor,JAMES E. BROOMK. auks, ..all at a great bari.jolyBf julX 8 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. 1 Fla. I steamers Carolina and Ifelala. Returning, will "V

J.. JulvB CharUtton, S.C. tf Good Stabling for liar,... Slt5inrss Secretary of State F. L. VILLIPIGCE. MATTUIESSEN O'lIARA, ARE now prepared to execute promptlp orders i leave Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tuesday Boning,

.\ Comptroller T. W. BREVARD, WhOLESALE CLOTHING. HOUSE, V Waa Steam Engines, Saw Mill, Sugar Mills and Palatka 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, and
Treasurer,C. U. AUSTIN. No. 143 and PnaJ, Grist Mills, Horse Power, Iron and arrive at Jacksonville same
t East Bay corner Queen, day.A.
Attorney General M. D. PAPT. 8 Brass Casting,, and every variety of Machinery. )L REED,
ltsincss irttt it'TcfDr july Charlatan, S.C. tfWARDLAVT
rR. !. Supreme Court Judges. i J. Holmes, Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work,Saw Mill Agent at Jacksonville.
Thomas Baltsell 0 def Justice Talahasoee. WALKER & BURNSIDE, i GENERAL COMMISSION Steamboat, and other repairing. R. R. REID,
C. IL Dupont Assosiato Justice, Qaincy. Cotton Factors and 100 Wall Street N.MnHA Thoy will continue tho manufacture and keep July 7-tf Agent Palatka.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. R. Y constantly on hand, their variety of Plow, Timber
DORMAN Thomas Douglas Associate Justice Jacksonville COMMISSION MERCHANTS, attention
to sales of Yel- STEAMER
ATTORNEY WILL pay particular Carts, Chain, Ac., to which they respectfully in-
AT LAW. North Atlantic
Circuit Judges.Western Whr Pine Lumber, Live Oak and
I 3 J. D..1I0ft'ELL.GROCERIES. rite patronage. July Sly M.mt 1oat..grJtn .
aly9| Charleston, tf
Office on Bay-St. J.J. Finley, Marrianna. other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE,andto
r PROVISIONS, WINES, Middle, 3.W. Baker. Tallahassee. ST. AMAND & CROFT order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.July r. D. Oak ,- TIllS Steamer, which liest.cen
SEGARS,ic*, PHYSICIANS.U. EutemV..A. Forward Palatka. cIFEF' V" 7-tf put in condition for effective
; r Corner ef Newnan and Forsythstreets.L. Southern, Thomas E.King, Key West WINE SEGARS, TOBACCO JaekwnriJle, Fla.CSL service, is now prepared to resume her regular business

D. HOLLAND, Solicitors ofthe Circuits. Ac. S. U. Ilockenbaugb KEEPS constantly on band a fine asaortfiSgiment on the St. Johns, hi the towing of vessels
; L.CAPELLA Office on Newnan Street.A. Western James M.Landrum Milton julyS No. 179 East Bay, Charleston, .C. tfn. of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAXLil"aCY rafts Ac, and performing such other service
1" Middle Sam'l B.Stephens, Qnincy, JESSEN GOODS, which he offers for sale cheap may be appointed by special contract
James M. Baker for cash.V'JVatcl. Engagements may be at any time entered rate
1 w -...T. C. MYERS, Office on Bay-Street. Southern Eastern, Henry D.Kendrick, Tampa Alligator., DEALERS IN GROCERIES&c. LIQUOR 112 attention Pearl Street will be, N. Y to sales ea Repaired anl Warrented.Vim. with the Captain in charge of her, at any point at
which she be the with her
route or
SEGAR CAREFUL o may upon pre-
I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, icj DRUGS AND MEDICINES. County Officers. jnlyS No 13 Et \ .C I Cott Sugar, Lumber, Timber, Grothe I prietor. (jnlyB-tf CHARLES WILLEY.
: _Newnan-Street ([First name, Judge of Probate;second name,Clerk other Sther Produce. Also, Merchandise pur ,
APOTHECARY HALL. of Circuit Court third name,Sheriff; fourth name- P. it!. COHEN & Co.. ch It advantageous terms. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, GREAT MAIL ROUTE
.d. DRUGS,lIEDIClNESPERt'UlIERT'e.lICliIIcn whenever it occurs-Tax Assessor and Collector.) DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, jul,8t (fn the room adjoining ttt Posl-nffite) I
BayStreet.SAW Counties. Officers. Poet Office. Ac.. &c. Joseph Grice Cg. HAVING returned from Europe, again
I4 _Bay Street._ Escambia, Charles M.Jordan Pensacola.F. julyS 10 2 Hayne Street, Charlestons t pyj begs leave to offer his services to his old I iiiSS i V
J.n.D.IIANIlAIl.GROCEIUES MILLS. E. De LaBs GENERAL. ** *friends and the public generally. With his
kI F.M. Mans S. S. FARRAR & nROTIER.DEAI COMMISSION MRCIIANT, experience for the lat twenty-six year, as a I ThrongS Fare from Charleston Wilmington, 8 00
; & PROVISIONS, SASH, EMPIRE MILLLS. Santa Rosa, John Chain, Milton.W. ERS IN COFFEE 35 Water Street, JV. Y. Watchmaker, he hopes to give entire satisfactionto Wilmington to Baltimore - 12 00
.7 c BLINDS & DOORS, PerLly. Parkhurst t Co., Jacksonville.MECKLENBERGH ._ J.Stokes, II RIE STRICT and: prompt attention given to the ale those who wish to have their work done in a Wilmington to Philadelphia - H &(

_Bay Street._ MILLS. Isaiah Cobb,jr. Corner East Cnmbcrland-Sts. .rtilel of pruc entrusted to his care, workmanlike manner. I Wilmington to New York, - 5 00
Walton, Daniel McLeod, Enchecanna. inlyS Charleston, S.C tf' and all complied with. [Uo11B1ZiHlJH 13T Watches, Clock, and Jewelry repaired With a choice of route between Weldon and Bal
MERCIIANDI8E.BISBEE" Blackwood & Taylor, Jacksonville. Giles Bowers, the shortest notice. July 8-tf I j timore.
1 Niell C.Monroe, NEUFFER, HEXDRIX & Co., TRAINS will leave the South Caroli.
CANOVA, CAROLINA MILLS. EIolmM, A.II. Brownell CerroGorJo. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Copartnership Notice. j I TWO Depot Line street.Charleton daily

c DEALERS IN DRY PROVISIONS GOODS GROCERIES Kelly Co. Jacksonville. M.IL Stanley, ,.. for the sale of V S lliB: TIrE undersigned have this day formed a Co- j at 7 A M. and 4 3-4 P M, arriving Wilmington
q AND I R. R Godden, Flour, Grain and Produce Generally,; ) Taylor : under the firm of MATTBIESSES North Carolina at 3 A M and 2 P 3(. Passengers
iTommisskm and Forwarding-Wharf oft FLORIDA MILLS. Washington, Washington Tabor Vcrnon.O. 'nly8 Charlatan, S.C. V I & O'llARA, and will continue the Wholesale and by the second train will travel over the Wilmington
Savannah Steamer Fairbanks .t Co., Jacksonville. .Worthington S V LUBE COMMISSION MC Retail I, aodManchcsterRailroacl by daylight at Wilmington -
Lay-Street. John A.Tabor, CONflICT, JENNINGS & Co., Philadelphia CLOTIIIXG TAILORING BUSINESS two trains are despatched at 6 A M ash 3

.. PALMETTO MILLS.II. Jackson, J.B.:Ronllae, Marianna. SADLER COACI IARDW AUE&t. Very respectfully solicit conxignmcntj ofSOUTHERN at tho corner of East Bay and Queen streets. P.H, the first twin only connecting .Weldon, .
.1 BURTON GRAVES, Solleo Jacksonville. John W. Pooler.II No. Stret, SHINGLES, Charleston, S. C. North Carolina with the Seaboard and Roanoko
Successors of H-Timanus, James Griffin julyS Cttarlf tonS.C. I Liberal LU.YBER. Refer to \ \)( MATTHIESSEy, Railroad to Norfolk, thence by steamers to Baltimore

DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS PH03NIX MILLS. Jesse M. Clark, S. G. COURXENAY E..JvaDlel T. BROCK, July I, '5-1. AVM O'lIARA. ;ant both trains connecting at Weldon with

J1 Tfolmt'* Rate, Bayt reef.k CLIFTON MILLS. James II. Parker, ,- PUBLICATIONS. julyStfT.. E. BUCKMAN: Jacksonville,Fla.PROSPECTUS. street, New Yolk, under the tuperintendante of Washington. At Baltimore,both lines connect with
the lines to and New York.
Thomas J. Land J.MATTHIESSEX. [au .5-2..r.-2m i Philadelphia
:.. II. E. hOlMES Sa Taylor, Richardson & Co., Jacksonville. Franklin, Thomas Kppcs, Apalaehicola. ,uly8"No 3 Broad Street, Charleston, .C. tfAONEW. I Public are respectfully informed that these lines
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVI- Samuel W.Spencer, Dissolution of Copartnership. are in first rote condition, the Cars are under the
_ ions, Crockery Hardware, Boots SPRINGFIELD MILLS.E. C.Thigpen, FISHER & IIOXIE. mHt Am i NOTICE is hereby given that the copartnership management of trusty and experienced Conductor,
O.Butler Cu. was on and the steamers from Norfolk to Baltimore are
and Shoes Clothing & &(. A. DECOTTES Jacksonville. Gad, E. C. Love, Quincy. ;
? R Lester CHANTS.Accommodation twenty fourth of July, by mutual consent.J. navigated by able and experienced (commanders
t. Cay-Street. MOODVS MILLS.P. S. B. Love, It Wharf CharJeslonS.C., G. Duller is authorized to settle the businessof thereby,securing both safety and despatch
II. E. W.CLARK Moody Jacksonville. James M.Smith, STATE UIGIITS REGISTER tho concern. Prompt payment of outstandingdebts Through Pawengen and their baggage win be
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROYIsions Leon, D. W.Gwynn W. G. nU\RO.'T & Co.. AND due the firm u requested. sent front one Depot tu tho other, free of ebari-
and general 'lerclw1dise.BayStrut. U.Archer,jr. 1I0USE ECONOMIST.A .
Nos. 253 255 R.1I. LEES
Bcllechasse & Finegan, Jacksonville. II.T. mocker, ; King "NATIS.\L au2-tf Through Tickets to Wilmington North Carolina,
c; L. C.Demilly.II CharltsSoK, S.C. Copartnership.JOTICE canba had of 0. F. FOLKER,Agent of the South

. I.. L. n.AMMERMAN. REED & HOLMES'S MILLS. Waknlla, George Miller, New Port. rolitca.l Journal and General cwspaper. is hereby given that we hare this day Carolinr Railroad Company,Line street,Charleston,
S DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Reed & Holmes Jacksonville. T.J.".Riehucl, Mechanics,Inventors and lUanubdlrcrs.'' 1entered\ into copartnersh'p for the South Carolina, and to Baltimore,PWl. or
C. G. BAVI/, Editor.-S3 a Furl'.ehawiQ New York at the Office of the \ .and Ka-
'I :
Shoes Ac.Jlobnft N.G.V. Walker year.
:_, Hats. Caps, Boots MAYPORT MILLS. $570. IN CASH PRIZES. $570.VOLIMS ) < :and planeing ItfinTn-r, at the Steam SawMill leigh Railroad Company,Wilmington,N.C.
Eux,Bay-Strtet. Possy, I known as the City Mill, UlSter the name,
Hoej & Parsons T. J. Monticello. TElOr rue -'SciEfTinC AllERlCtl" ISSUED WEEKLY. Forfurthcr information apply B.STETENS
Jelf'en Cha firm and style of Butler A Kiernffl
S. N. WILLIAMS. Mayport Duval County, Fla. commences on the 16th of September. I chiefly JOHN (I. BUTLER Agent,Charleston,S.C._july-U
Day GOODS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.Bay.Street. Joel Walker, 'I devoted to the \ iDteed.otMcehaniet The Slate Right* Register will be conducted an 2-lm JACOB E. KIERUFF. A Warning.

;. PANAMA MILLS. 3.m.D.Morris, I Inttntort,Manufacturer Farmer, on tho principles of STATE Rionrs as laid down up *
Madison A. and is edited by men practically skilled in tho arts EfT Delay not;harbor not in 'your mini that
E. R. Gilchrist Duval MAil The Register will adhere to the or-
Panama County. McDa11 C.I. JunR
G. II.SMITH S. Seli. and sciences. Probably n other Jllr.1 of thesame iginnal as ratified by the several States, LIVERY STABLE. sentence of fools' philosophy that a ditea will
Post office at Jacksonville.ST. CXP.AC
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC 'SIt. character is extensively or Subscriber is to accommodate
T.M. now prepared V
1 1 and wi oppose latitudinarianism i legislation, THE get cured of i itself or that you can cure it with certain -
II generally esteemed for practical ability. l'car- customers in manner, V
TIONEER. and any way shape or
nI JOHNS MILLS.J. -McKinney secret or the
enrbment Beware how
11_..Rate, BayStreet.AMBLEU P. Sanderson t Co. Hamilton, U. J. Stew.r Jasper Iy a th Jra. Patent which Issue weekly mean BvznIGJT' or ran opn The in first rate stylo, from splendid horses and carriages medicines for a few dollars 1M
. J Jacksonville.NASSAU John .are iu.trwli Engravine Remitter will take &its text in the of down to horseback riding. tamper with your general welfare.
UOEG, Post officeat James U. leldry.II *, andtheclaims.of all PaDt. pub aU puUio THE diusio strictly Parties waited on at any hour of the day or Ye wild and vicious youths,why will you persist
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,' PROVISIbNc. MILLS. Jerry B. lished regularly in its columns a they are blued, construed unmpried : night. Calls made to any part of the city for persons in doting with the filthy nauseating eompooads daily
&c. Columbia, O.orges.llerbert, Allgator. thus making it a perfect SCIESTIFC AMD MCCHAHIjALExcrcLorwiAof WASIHSGTO.I who wish to take the steamers. ,
BtySt.PARKHURST Bellechasse & Finegan Nassau River. S.Srroagh information upon the subsets CIT. 18. Every exertion will be made to please. proffered, thereby impairing yewr appeti sail

Post office at Jacksonville. II of Mechanical Improvement, Chty. II. A. BLISS digestion and destroying 1"mentally well as
I q 4( ADAMS, Rub. loa 4'Alachna Engineering and the Science CONGRESSIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS. 8-tf year the 1 loose.TBOS. .
i July doses
I when can be cured with a few
WAsnixoTof, July 1851. physically, yon
1 GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, Ac, 4c. ORANGE MILLS.A. A.M. Newnansvillt. quarto form suitable for binl ,
,lKesrL W.Biggs A .' Foundry, IL Cole & Co. u pbllheweoklyln tina Four We, the undersigned Senators cad Repmentatlves .t. HE1DBICKS. SATES O.CHISJ. pleasant medicines 7
&&1'1. I. Yoallgbto.II. Sixteen Pages of Reading r, Several Hundred in tb Conel o th United States, cordial To Planters and Lumbermen. You who are thai annoyed ansi wish to be restored

MAGNOLIA MILLS. Dual Felix WIJ ,. Engravings, with ft full and complete Index. 111mm th Righ Register and.Na undersigned baring formed acopartnership to heath and vigor by a treatment at one
Jac1IYW with and
Its circulation last Volume exceeded Iwna Ecuu !
T. G. Hendrick Magnolia,Fla. G 23,000 announced tho pur the purpose of transacting a and effectual should consult Dr. MOB
CONFECTIONARY AND foregoing pleasant ,
FRUITS week and the in e a I ,
trieS Bowden, I copies per practical receipts one General Merchant Business at
SODA FOUNT. BURLINGTON MILLS. John D. McKinl.y.II volume are worth to aDyl.mil much more than the confidence and support of our constituents. MAGNOLIA F. RIS. His success in chronic diseases has been

r Corner Bay Ocean Streets.L.fl.PULOM. Sadler A Co, Post office Mandarin, Fla. Nassau, James T.ONleU. WOk he; subscription price.Tb. IN TIE SENATE would rcspcctfull call the attention of, all who are greater than that of any other physician of his day.

PALATKA MILLS. Mil. .following CASH Pizzas are offered by thePllblenlor A. P. nuter. S. Adams, desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their large and Many who have been for years afflicted with dia.
the largest lists of subscri-
: FURNITURE SASH BLINDS DOORS. Palatka Steam SawMill Co., Palatka. y.. C.C.B'IDt Draddk, I by the 1st of January,1855:-9100 will T.Q co.G W. k Benj.C. C. Cluy.jr.Fitzpatrick, V well selected.Goods Stock consisting in part of ease or consequence resulting from excess have

Over H.E. Holmes1 Store, Bay-tt. A.) be given for the largest list; 975 for the second J. Jone., S.R. Mallory, Dry Hats Groceries Queens ware. been restored to health and vigor under his really I
FOUNDRY AND JU'UINEVORICS.. ggnbtham.II *65 for the third *55 for the fourth S50 for the Caps GrockeryandGlassware,
St.John's, Gad { ; Jas. Shield, A. G. Brown Boots and Shoe Medicines scientific treatment. :
St.A1glt ,
HOTELS.RESTAURANTS.. fifth 145 for the sixth *40 for the seventh '
F. Hnmphieys t ; ; John W. K.Sebastian
C Petit Iron, Nails, Paint Oils Should a personal Interview, be objectionable,
the ninth
II for the eighth; 130 for t 925 for the ;
Jab Kicker, C.T. R. W.Johnson. Hardware and Window Glass.
MACHINE WORKS. Putnam, W.W. 120 for the eleventh; 915 for the twelfth I tlO for Cutlery .tat"our disease In writing-enclose five dollar
Mooney t Gookin. TablD. << the thirteenth 195 for the The cash HOUSE OF REPRESENTATTVES. Particular attention paid to the Provision Bnsino -
PHCENIX RESTURANT AND BILLIARD IOllrenth Mess Flour Fish address Dr.W. MORRIS,through the Post.
Gikl s. Hay, Born Pork Bacon ,
will be the order of
paid competitor Linn F. W.Chastam
SALOON, FOUNDRY MACHINE WORKS AND Nan Ocala. immediately t after the the lit January, 1855. Th<*.Boyd H. Bayly, (speaker, ,) J. Molasses, Sugar, constantly on hand in large quantities. office, Savannah, Ga., and a package of medicines,

By Paul B. Canon Newnan-St. BLACKSMITHING. M.rD MeDtl TciAti:-One copy one year, 1 one copy, six J.L. Clingman, 0. Ltber.R securely put up will be sent privately ash with
Bben Bak
Produce of all kinds
R. W. Biggs & Co.DACUERREOTYPE I Dth 911 five copies, six ,94'j ten copies, Jas. L. Seward, (Ga.) Jones, purchased. despatch full of directions therewith, and noo/w*.
BLACKWOOD Co.'s RESTAURANTBayStrtet. lIe1es All are invited to call before making purchase
: 3.)Wii It mt I ten copies, twelve months, 115; D.\Vrgbt Panlns Powell, elsewhere. hoes asked.Persons .
ARTIST. D. 922; twenty copies, J C.
Levy, ).Hatcher., WatM.LJohD feeD months, 928 in hntb A. II. Edmnndson John Brkinridg N. B.-A large assortment Negro Goods,neb living at a distance, afflicted with Scrofula
I -vn. ,
E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, I M. W. GRAVES, No number above betaken McueenV. as Kerseys, Blankets Ac. Old Fistula ia
Robert subscriptions twenty can \ P. lIa James Ulcers Totter Cancers Files
N 1ICft.Slrul.TABACCONI8T. Watter Abererombo. 8-tf 1IENDRICKS A CHESS.
Rooms on Forsyth-Strect. at 91,40 each. Names be sent in at July ,
Ainsborough, Simon Trma T. L. M.S. ADo Gravel Strictures Gleets or any disease whatever
I Da. FRAME M. Cllf Tamp different times and from different Post Offices. P.S. Brooks, Frederick P.Stanton, A CARD.T of an aggravated or malignant character,can*
B.T. In.no Southern and Western money taken(subscrip Sampson W. Harris, W.M.Smith, WOULD take this method ef informing
F. HERNANDEZ Rooms over Bbbec t Canova's Store, Ktrk. tions. Colin M. P. J. my be cured at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS, by
Joseph D S IlgnoU PhilJ friends and customer;and public generally,that .
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS. .&y.Slrd.JEWELRY. W.M.GarTIIOO, LUn.buld b directed, postpaid, to Mess R. H. P. sincr the great fire in Jacksonville, I have reestablished letter post paid, enclosing a fee.

lINncaa.t.mbot Sufflngton Ho***. Charles JcXi I C 12 FotStnt N.Y. J. Perking, F. McMullen in the new building opposite the residence Medicines pleasant and safe,can be sent per mail )
S O. D.OAK E.L. Mus a extensively engaged in A. B.Grnwo W.Ashe, of Dr.Baldwin whore I have opened the to ofthe United States.
LAW. Monroe Benjamin Key procuring patents for new iDnnto and will ad- John J.C.Alen Apothecary Hall with an entire new stock Of any part "
Clock, Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Goods., Peter BWe, W.t vi inventors,without ebr. regard t the nov Joshua Vansant, John Drags and Medicines Chemks, Perfumery, Fancy Particular attention given to the treatment of female
11.U. PEARSON, Cutlery tc. BayStreet.WM. of their N. A. IL be afflicted
RobortClark.a A Rb.r. CoI'llit. Articles Combs, Brushes Candies Garden and complaints. Ladies who nay
(GROTUK Samuel Young, I A Fact Worth Knowing C. Lnr, Win.DarUe Flower seeds Burning Fluid, Lampweeks and with Irregularities Fkwr Albas or White, Pro-
: OflVse opposite the Court House Watch-maker Jeweler, Oraare, Algernon 8.Spr, Enterprise.Arthur It should be borne in mind that we hare pursued SCa.ldeV.. .\ Byc Lamps Paints and Oils,Window Glass, Putty,.. lapsus Uteri or Fatting of the Womb, would do
Ginn i Soda Water and Mineral Water,cool and sparkling
VPXJX LXVIVC8TOV. P.if..cs Buildif Bay-Strut. a eoarse entirely different from the usual mode. in Ktt Baey. asid all false delecaey,aDd promptly eon -
W I C.J. to be hail at the counter all times Sundaysezeepted. well to
medicines the notice of ,
ATTT AT LAW JUDGE OF PROBATE Eia & our t physicians. Crass Wauama.V
; C. OAK & SON Sumter, ,. bPI suit the Doctor.
Offlcala tb.'Court Hooae.. Dealers In and Manufacturers of, Guns PU- WI Ac T. oSABLER'S ANODYNE CORDIAL CHERRYEECRAN Hoe .Co'a Patent Ground Saw Physicians can have their prescriptions pat up rfiT'All letters to receive attention mast be.
: & Subscribers manufacture, from the best postpad enclosing a fee. Address Dr.IT.IL MORrRIS
B. with and
I care night
.eQ.UEExXdJrTOSB., toU, Ac., BayStreet.UVERY U C IA..ttr. by I m. confidentially, t 1pward THE SteeL CIRCULAR SAWS, from two July 8-tf day. THOS. McMILLAN. Savannah, GLW
ATTORNEY AT LAV.Oflkeon STABLE, nan five le. every one' who r inches to eighty 'inches in diameter. Their Consulting Rooms No. 79 Bryan Street '

'Bar- "ta )I. Oclms 1 Honse. By C. Ellis at Baffiington House. Notice.. commend Expectorant the...hiply been JM efficient remedies.them t The beAddriu are finished hardened by and tempr and expressly a ground for and the CHARLES DEWALL.'A.'D"OTXO V opposite Monument Square.. V JalyZMy91O *

'BBOVTABD., XOT A.IES.'4n% months IwWpre.entmyseeountsaM to, C*, purpose, and an, therfor much superior to those 5ii5 y
ATTORNEY ATXAW .:0 S vouchers to the Hoa.A.N. ,Baltimore, M.D.. ground in the UUal they strengthened Jacluon ilk.Fla.: LOST alongside of the steamer 5nsU eon tk*
F.c. BARKKTT maer a of the 18ta nut,, the YELLOW
C J.d Aonrrs.
,00oe Oceaa-St. V and stiffened by them in thickness in any part of the County sHaded toe
on of aMfor
__ Notary Public;also Commiiikmcr for; Pr.m AJ. Dr. Bacon, St. GL"'omdlci bug SALES respectfully solicited. BLUFF MAIL BAG. The finder,by leaving UM V
be ad mis r> I a regularly from the the centre, eons.quentlyV 5 wfl\
) : P."F.AJlEII; ._ ereral Statea.Qfltt the 4.&tr latest f lla do not become t or buckled Goods sent to the subscriber on commission either same and contents at Yellow mel Post Office

,..."..< ATTORNEY AT'LAW.fr at Beffi.gteaIIOIsN. acuity, 'WS V W.Sb. Pa. produce great saving t heat. V -&. for private or auction disposal will be quickly receive 26-2&the above "ward.aRgo W.It.TOMB P.JL .
2 Office'on rottyth-Sl : -; JOHN IL U. BOUIW. 1 -- : .PRKVATT,A.., )1y9. 'No 11 Z By, S.C. They _a&lnatatl Cast Stel Mill, Pit aid attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The V' V "
r' Subscriber has been known in this Notice,
: .Alligator Plank Road Croat Billet superior community V
: T--J. .Ur BUO. > Notary PnbKi.tytet .- .Jl 'X88ANJLBD''J SaW W.h qla mnaber of Auctioneer URglb.dbel.basalos.4UPVIO.adgee.A .
.p _I Company. Ill, all they \ or they may a years as and oOlerwlM.H.
iJ.: .A.-4.-r 0 .ft E.T U..L WQritt'lt- _: at B&fta*ITMtM.AGEYCfBs r j EleetIof.i sloe $ b o wJ oft principal Hardware Merchant .offers no reeommendatioas, tmt-desires that Ilk ..i. North to lilt a new-Stock afFnraUhiaff &

: ."--4 MARL ).. : ",': .:. : : Jfotle'. .. _-... is bertby ordered to be O1CA. & States C V qnJries should'bo made concerning himself ef any Oon Booia Shoes, Haery .JII V
Uuc' a. commercial house at the of his residence. Glove* k 1I'hicla.wiD 6ff lOf.w.fa
iIIi'JL EOT. TKLII U. -. ;oataetweaiyanfdayofAagastaxiByerUroftkoBoardr : place ,
.' .- NO'tot. .". '. TBS; *! .LX ( -, ,'_" V ,- ... V V .M and 51 Gold C.,; ; .Since. theIr, he has teeaUd his store ra Forsyth ;..> J..M 7-
ATTORNEY AT LAW.Jacksonville ._, : -- .. .. atsLnglyn.10 'a. A V 5V t of.'newspapers -who Vifl street,on the 'district,where alt 4setinn. b., it l S'e -
,' "Orp : / Bx J.i :5 ;V V OB W"CAU' NDI l.r wi 19--2' _. ..tOO,I l.u.
slnessis also at
.. : '$ .. V this $hro time*, not present HC -
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2 JlTTOBSEY- o.W.CALL. tottbe i : E -1 p.t-er pBOiCK RAJlUeelr i weekly per**ea JW pate to priattef BftUrlals,bll& be1fifand{ : SS 'Pi.c TI .t &h
AND COUKCIXLOIL. ... or aa4 fcr :;-" "* too amount of their bill fur .JIIIti., .. Pi'o fW6"- : _oral .Allur.bIJ'foraiaendmeitt V V
t. ___ ?.J-O- .--.- .5 .$' oiBs.s"\ ....1';: q"ff1f1' JllIf''t. ", 'J M "' t.' ::t"3k .tioNi...$..t .! 'AptttRd, t85fv a" I Ii )$1 If. './ V L. i.' ., 1"", B.S.""Da I' teif rf tht F>cn4 Raikoad. Coaifaa

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