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 30, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I VOL. 1. S. S JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1854. '. S NO..13.1||| 1dtd |

READ THE EVIDENCE. aid should the horse become fractious, or they should share equally in onr inheri The Good Old TImes In Virginia. lilt lIloera..d1&m. 'S From 0* Qttttertf Kiri*.- -1

iJnt 'J. GOT. Brown and Cooperation.The I the habits of the rider require adjusting. tance. Have we not already enough of the I Under this bead, J. A. Y., a correspondent While there is life there is hop is an What )lay Co.eor ieTelecr*ptt
S course of the Sentinel, in asserting If the gentleman rides on the right bide he elements (,f disunion among us 1 If it is of the New York old adage, and it is sometimes curiously Connecting England with America tels-
of the Times
the falsity if the report made by our must use hiM left hand aud can do so tj .) wished to destroy all identity of feelingsor Spirit illustrated. Persons given up to die are graphically .IS at the present moment.
A Dream ol .
.Summer.Br uColumbia" correspondent. of G v. Brown's ;j ver)' little purpose. Instances have occurred purposes in the eople> of the United I tells two or three very good stories, one of often saved by the superior; energy a nouslyecgaeine the '.:;, of scientifi
j. \vniTTirJL Fit-cell at Alligator on the authority of; where the lady's horc bas taken flight States' to dihtract the Union by the infusIon which i is the following : nurse w ho lots hope tint many keep oft the and commercial men. ThemOridZifltn- 41

jov. B. himself has called "Columbia" I on the instant, and the riiier was rescued 'I of j. farrago of discords ; and place I In those day lived old Ked Carey_ king of terrors, for a time at least by their jtinetra are eangnlne; olthe'pr tic."ititlt.

Eland as the morning breath t f June, below! over his own proper signature, in I by the gentleman being on tic! let side and the different races of man, of which it is i j Every one living here then recollected Old superior dettnuin-tion. Old Major D.h, Lijin s submarine cable dircetVj tens*urn.
The south-wwt breeica ploy; vindication of the truthfulness of his state- taking her from the frightened animal to composed in a state of permanent hostility; I' Xcd-a frolicking old free darkey, "ltone'er H ho won his brevet in the war of Ibl'J,was Atlantic! : from Galwar to Cape Race New

And, through its haze, the winternoon ments. We bad no doubt that be would I J his own. If the lady wishes to converse, I to each, there never was a more effectualihaum let a muster, a cock-fight, or a race suddenly taken down with the cholera. It foundland. Now that we' hare' Lfcnt.
Scents warm all siimmcr'a d2\). l he able to clear! Isis skirts of the foul imputation and her escort it at her right: hand, she devised for such a purpose than this 'I pass without being on band, if fwesible. was at the time of its lint appearance on Maury's authentic deterni'natiod of th#existence

The snow-plumed angel of the north : s>4i ht to be east upon him by the j must turn her bead half round to make I dark conspiracy of abolitionism, know- ;| Joined to Old Ned's inordinate lo\e of such this continent, and ourphysicun bad very of a shelf across the North Atlantic;.

lias dmpp'd hi i'7 rpear; central organ of the wl.igs. and fix the desire I herself heard. Again the escort being at nothingism, and whiggery ; which last i is, i sports was what is now-a-da\H tcnned. by little jneuce. The Major sank rapidly the soon lin?' on which are nowhere mars i
Agnin the ui<*-j- earth looks forth, : to m skad tic minds of the people as 1 I the left band, her; dress is protected from in fact, the basis and cement of the entire the huMness part mankind, a great deal! and a consultation was called. Set oral than 1.SCO fathoms, the feasibility of the

Again the streams guSh clear. to Ge,'. Brown's true sentiments with regard thc vehicles passing, and if it becomes fabr.c, as well as the grand laboratory in S of 'entente, but what was in fact, something 'doctors, after "putting the.r beads together project is tolerablr certain, The principal
,to Xortnern whiggcry, in an altogether disarranged, is not exposed to public view." which all these combustible materials of less creditable. came to the conclusion that the patient w as t question is..whctlierf ifs line'were laid an'

The fox his hiH- i.leell forsakes, '' quarter. But Mr. .reiI'l': ) s clues mobs and tumultuous assemblages of the On a certain day a great muster was to fatally sick, pas I rt-covtry. No one, however electric current can boraseed through 3,000

The mu.-Urat leaves hi, honk, not rely upon lilt own statements entirely; [From the Charleston Mercury. city: populace are fabricated. Without the I come oil'at some tavern in the county of would make the announcement; when miles of cable. No dcubt by the expc Klii i
The bluebird in the meadow brakes to show alliance and of this which lien the Major,suspecting the case, turned to a of this
that be did not misrepresent or I support l'artY1 rico. and of course a cock fight or two. ture an enormous battery power, !
l-e storing with the brook. | nert the Whig candidates remarks at Culture of the Vine eeems daily undergoing a process of degradation -!.I At the appointed time a great many persons I young doctor" present and bald, "what is might be accomplished through wlrea-8111-

"Bear up, oh Mother Nature!" cry Alligator. III the following certificate he We may now reasonably infer, from what I there various; shreds and patches of | Were present, and among them Mr. I the report ? peuded in the air, but it is a question whether
ISird, breeze and streamlet free; brings to his aid two of the most prominent has been already: stated, that the Southern faction would be comparatively hmanukas.S !, M-, a gentleman of the real old stripe, 'lhat*. you can't live, it can be done along a.vast length of pit- l
''Our winter roues t'lvplcsy and respectable gentlemen of ConmbiaCo. I Planters are greatly encouraged and stimulated ]Democratic Jieciew.ICKI who had made a few ten dollar bets on the Not a chance t" asked the Major with ta pcVcLa coated wire passing through salt

Of auuiuicr day: tu thee!" .. \\bo were pres-cnt an1!beard the speechreferred to undertake this new culture. cock fights and lost every one lIe was severity." water. There is inch a thing U too greet
to. and whose character veracity though it will take several years before tl.e >A"s D. commencing on his Lad luck, when Old Ned : Yes continued young hopeful", "just an inxulatlon. Professor Faraday bas,
S. in those winters; of the soul, the capabilities and fair productiveness' of their one chance in a hundred thousand. shown that in such circumstances the win
even scrupulous editor of the Sentinel was seen approaching with a large bag.
From the book of Mr. "
l'y bitter 1.111't* and drear will not dare to impeach. We recoin- vineyards may be fully developed. But Miles a recent I thrown over his shoulder. 1 hen,why tl*-don't you work awayon becomes a l.eycknjarand may be so charged

O'erswept by Ult"wury'i frozen j>ole, men I their statement to his particular attention once the yield is obtained with projier I extracts.traveller in Iceland, we make the following "Hallo, Ned, what have you there?" I that chance t" returned the Migor, with with electricity that a current cannot,

Will funny d>vs a1j'e.er. management, the hard work is done,at least I Fust rate cock, Massa M." I a voice' of thunder. without the great difficulty* move through
Iev iving hope aaj fiitli, they show fur fifty. or even more years.I 'Icelanders live principally by farming Game, Ned." : .1 he hint was taken, and tho invincible it. This U the objection to a direct,cabl

The 8<>ut it* lit ing power, ALLIGATOR September 14 1851. again repeat, tntthe s.te locality ofa laud linhing. Take cod and haddock, from "Oh yes, game at a panter, Masts M." soldier! was saved. 'Ihe white hairs and the between the two continents;lr however,
how The vine ard., calls: for the most fudicious attention five to forty miles out to sea. Whales often K Out with him glistening word of tb.. old soldier waved be doubtless the .
AnJ beneath the winter' snow unk-i>i igncd hzav.iig hail their attention Ned ; out with him. it cams overcome, ocean
Lie :erius of sunnier flowers! called! t') an editorial in the Sentinel; of' and truly desenes the most mature visit their harbors, and bays, and are eur- And Ned drew forth a large speckled along the victorious lines of our troops ;Dlex.cJ path would, in possible cases,' be adopted

tie l.ith in which the statements mane by I' consideration ; for if any improper selection rounded by boats and captured. Theirscilsolls I i cock, which, to judge by his sic, si a* a per- ; he at lit Lad to jicli to a foe, il where communications: had be"made' between
The Dig! U ii lbf r uf the day, a e.-rrcsjioiidentof the Fl mdiauJournal be made it is in vain we labor and toil ; for teaS fishing is from the 1st ofj i| feet bruiser. I not more c\Jur
The winter of the siring, over the signature; of Columbia" are I'J'-I' disappointment will neivssarily folic,. We February to the middle of May In the I *. What's tie price, Xl'd1n i and he now blce upon Lii Alive banks if ate barbarous or nneenial Isndj..To escape

And ever upua old decay noun ed pa!'aby false, on tie authorityof fehould not d'"regard the advantages of the; summer they catch large quantities of trout Five dollars, Mas>a. an' cheap at dat., I the Hudson. this at present dubious ocean path, Jt U
The greenest in." es, tling; (tJf. l-.roirn himself we feel that the minutci-t details, when Curly at command and salmon in their streams and Likes. i an' if any cock on dis ground kill dii cock, I lutendtJ 'i'raeJl turn.! to Comedy. proposed to carry the cable from die northernmost

CehinJ! the cloud the t-Ur-light: hub, cnbe of truth requires that we should state j and nut toe.xpcnsi\c. We must here re- Ihey have no agriculture productions of, 1 gin.you back tie! money." I II A short time &;tce.; a young woman of pont: of the highlands of Scotland
Through eboners the fiuuuejiiie Till; th.it we were prx-gcht Oil the occasion whin l, I IGov. mark. that the EnrojKan methods of cultivation much value except grass. Grain i id not cul- |I The bargain was accordingly truck sal prepossessing: appearance came tu Vpniiaati, to Ireland, by the ,'ay.f Orkney.Sbetland,

Fur fltd, nho lo.cih nil II.R works, Brown: is said to have used the Ian- i| miii-t be with us j.idiciou modified tivated and their gardens arc very email!!, I, the match maw for a fight right away. M. Michigan: from Chicago, in bcarca of a and Ferroe islands to lay it from Iceland
II u left ".* hope with all puage attributed; to him in the: coinanniliCaiti'.ii J to suit our climate" and 1 none can be only producing; a few roots and vegetables.'ihe bet about tl.e amount he had already lost, young man belonging to the foruiir pare, across to the nearest point: in Greenland
-- (.f Columbia;" that we have exam- j implcitl.c'Jpil'd J by us. But 'tilll.ru/I'nec I climate of the country. is not what we and the cocks were put in the ring. but who haul recently L41u. clerk at Chi thence dawn the milt to Cape Farewell,

med s.aill; communication.; 35C" AS n t will dicatc tilt selection of Mich exj>osure I would tupjiose from its location. Columbus I At the tirst touch of the., teel Old Ned's cago.&he. where the cable would again take to the
li5r.Uanll.; ITAMNCLV AV THAT Til1: \rF.MR\T and locality as shall combine all or many who was there in February, tells us he t cock gave a most awful squall I and took a : followed her truant lover but being water. span Davis's straits and stake right
I IU-1 of the advantages which I have found no ice on the K-a. It -is u:t so old 1 I for unable find han he absent
SUB UIJLlt _IS-7_ anl when we recollect mentioned. I in w inter a? in Northern Stales of.\mer-I!I fOUl, while! the crowd laughed-fairly ecreami Adrian, and thinking that las mother was Quebec. Here it would lock in with the

The Father Hi Country "iiou K. 0l.ohJ \\- tnerfrtjau (eliplLa8!&or the\ (lovcrn.iron the 'Ihe vine is indigenous to our country.It .- I ica, the thremometer seldom, bho.wing, a i I. ed-with the enjoyment of the fuu. Old endeavoring ta keep him from her, she North American meshwork of wires, which
Jim. occasion we cannot but fit 1 Fuq>r.se that was not MI even to Italy anti France.- greater degree! i-eierity than from,twelve I i Ned was accordingly hauled up with the threatened to &hoot her. and not getting an hold themselves out like an open hand for

The followitug letter frun fJcn. Washinjr- lie. liould. have authorised the contradic- It was brought there from Asia. I In the to eighteen above zero. In Summer frora application of some ,pretty hard, epithets. opportunity, attempted to kill Ler- elf. Uv I the Eurof an '. The plan seems quit
I tion. AVe also take pleasure; in saying: that introduction of a rational method of cultivation June to September it is delightfully lii.ld! I-I .Did'nt 1 tell 3run.Mass& M.l Zed pi.tol failed to -gr 0'J,"from ttcltctive Ical- I I feasible, for in no part of the journey would
ton to the H.Oln..nthuLe of the
: L'nite-1 I the wr'ter signing himself 'CoiumSia! :;" is a we will have to r.uOsomewhat and plea-ant neither cold nor hot. Hie if tiny cock r here kill dar.cIlCk I give' 'youI mg and the mother of the young nu. supposing the cable be required to be more than XO
States, in answer ta the congratulations of atleputatiun j gentleman: w ho would scorn to make a will- IllLt. ciutes that influence the too luxuriant I cold season does not usually commence tinj j I back dC'flvei1o1lans Hut day cutch him ; bobs 1 been plying falsely with the miles long; and as it seems pretty certain

: of them iiMii the event of his j [Ill mi-represcntat'ion either for pulitie.il I growth of our vines. and allow them td .November or December; and sometimes fus'; an'l'r.eLcr"seen aajrcuck outrun ole"tmr1rnsynr.ya. a' one s :t ixtTjuiTra cl uv.another son ,t that a wand bank extends with good sunn
to spread more than is done in Euroi in .I during the entire winter there is but little' \ TJ5 F -" gTving tim a hundred dollars ta all the
cloctiwu Its the! preyiJency. s.ioul 1 Ije n.idby i or otl.tr I'll Jbl.'s. pay expenses i dings way to Cape Farewell, then
M. WHIT S nTII. order that they may shade: themselves :and snow, and not frost enough to bridge their ,iM. wanted to be very angry, but Wag no -to hunt up the mdit.ful: boy sad would be little difficulty in mooring the
l.ttle of
aU.llrul'! a tlie Iig.it uftilrt i J.UUS.IOSES.. fruit from the se-irch.ng of our Southern I lakes and streams with ice. In summer go ; his anb-r was.cboakcd .down by the get an explanation, a.id have foil jastict cable to level and soft bottom. The only

great m.ld, in ibe thus: s.w.! U!KI.I t.ie I ITere we have it in black and white. -cl.iuate. tires are not needed and the climate during uproarious laughter of the crowd that met done in the -premises. That she lovtd the obstacle that wje see i\ the strong partiality -

tlarkacjs <*f ihKc.rho! Irocate the narrow 'I However Gov. Brown's views; may ha\e The introduction of the European varieties this season is more agreeable than.that of him on every side and be was forced to enjoy one at Adrian, &L* gave sufficient evidence of the Esquimau for ,oil iron, aDd it<

P a1.c J.' a.i.l s aloic;,'s ,.,f Knuvcnuthingism. -i j I clumped since then there can no longer l IIC present many difficulties ; though not Great Britain or the United State;, ,hat nig it as a capital joke; Old Ned continuedto after her arrival aC 1'psilanta in the attempt I would perhaps be tempting them too muchto
I impossibilities assume would-bK-vise\iwG neither the chilly dampness of the one, nor the till his death. to uft1e! oil" bee mortal coil" aud after
I a doubt that he did say in sulFtan: at I frequent race coarse" ; bang coasts with the material just
I stereotyjied. 'it can only l t..c obta.ned! the fierce heat of tile other. 'ITrander storm starting for Adrian.the two proceeded cuoly to their hand
70 THE: KOMAN CATHOLICS IS THE I I Alligator: and w th nil the carne'tness" I by a ready The want of settle-
CXITEDs I and'chC'meaee" for which the Sentinelp'nes long tardy. and laborious pruees of acclij i I in Iceland occur iu the Winter, but net in Spain. on the rod a-% fir as'Saline-a diaUnce of j| went along this inhosf'tabla arctic
r A rt.<. j jDiCiMfl j coast
I j matioii. My in this the IUIIIIlCl'. Tho accounts from Catalonia not nine miles from whcre t.. *. .
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him fw.il t tneaker! that he emdJ exjiencnce reflect; the-ng -t vieninejrU is.
t, 179. .g a i! ..,';,_, <* J.t ,.r lU .Vnlc., .-.-_- _... .'_ I 'I i.. n.i.mi ;/> jnJmaT jtrf fc'.rrni lp T "Y-1" we conieas jgeaj,
GEMLKMKX : While I now ivtx'tvu w.thnrjcii lin 1 n tl.e Northern whigs i all tie p urt t-j I.imported stock may refut to yield fruit of|! horses arid dogs. use) rarely keep Uouitstic tGflh;publishing i in the Sloiiiteu r, sa."s'f from her son sa,>uij that alter looking the posts might be organizedTat comparativelV
t1:siiiKfjcti. \o--.r cunvnituhttious on !; bill and n- :ml f->r So'ithern rights necvsMr I grea value but tho cutting from it ; fowls but from the nests of the wild The battalion of Taragonti quartered at subject all over, be hal concluded on tl.e I a email coat, considering the magnitude

iuv_ I --.11,1 tiil.ei !>,> a lUKiiiiuioiisi'telo | TO l IN'>UKE THE FUTURE CO-OP-" I any will do better> and; the cutting from this ||- eider duck they obtain large quantities of Sarria'a faubourg\ of Barcelona, broke out whole to many the irirl himself-that the and importance of the undertaking. The

the l.rsi btatiua its my eotiulr, I cannot EIIVIhONVITII THKM AS A PAUTY. last Btill better and so on. till the v.oo-ly i iI eggs, as well as down lleuideer run wild into fresh insubordination on the evening i job had.been done up; and that they concluded I mere expense of making and laying the ca
l.ut tiuly iiulicc .'o'ir |'"h tenets in u.erm; I Airl) if he has since that time seen cause to I fibres of the vine become hardened and its !! in tl.e: interior but arc not dvmc8t of the tb. A considerable force was immediately to proceed on to_New York, Saratoga Lie would not be much more than doublethatoJui1dingtbenew

all ap<*n';- ir; ii.v iiaavu.iiuMe! delay.! As I change this opinion it strikes us that itwoul,11an,11l''n I circulation identified more and more wi thai ueiiiy iias pvcn .VII *:i oj.jxirtunity! III i infin tel" more manly and that of our native \inc,. Ibis U a long !,I these with eagles, ha1ci and ravels, de- most:mutinous were arrested, tried and and the one'hundred dollara. across the Tharnes-

tvaL/iiijr. ill-l(; I ot'a .ticijAiiiig. the Lelw-I honorable to luve candidly acknowledged I tedious and expensive process, that I would iI. j! hlroy iiuiiy vf'their' sheep and lambs. shot immediately. ,On the following day, THE NUTMEG T EE.:ihe Ual.lbniia Farmer Whilst England would thus grasp the
fits or the -iemT.il vjovermnciit, .ou |: his error noel his ivj>entencc than to have .( not recommend to an> one, e.-pedally to I White bear are not fuund ia the country, all,the battalion with'the exception of one says that at Bird's Valley and Llorado West with one hand, her active children
.Io we llic justice to -l.e\e that our tis- i attempted to get out of it by "authorising"his : Americans. It would not suit the mercurial -I I except as an .Impor d" articlewheu they 'cinupany. was disarmed. The soldiers are Canon this valuable tree U found in its have plotted the seizure of the.East with
t4usin5to tae increase of the j.ubl.c ('rusI I orgun to hurl the brand of falsehood I. temperament of our agriculturial f float over fn>ia .Urecaland oa tho drift e. about ,to bo! sent to'the, colonies and the perfection. Trees are found here the other. It is determined to pass a cable
1'uiia.nces 'hii S.tI. at the head of a gentleman who The domestic niniItbi1Celan'1are eatim- officers1 to.) !'..Two workmen who
jK.Tity the pleasure which i s.iu-.iiil j jvtlirVJKt Ctmll1unity.ho prefer a quick return for from 18 to 21 inches in .diameter, and full from Genoa to-Corsica and (rom thence to
iiaie iVum had retried the truth aol nothinz but the I ate-1 in the fjllowuiz, numbers;- 2(0)00J) detected in endeavoring ersnade> Sardinia. From
t-xper.enceil were : the
your uf-I j ail the.r investments. To them the pros- of the fruit, which is contained in a covering part of
fectionau- Hivus. truth. lutn. have no reason to suppose she OOjOJJ horses aud -WoW, cattle: All others to leave their work yrerc.arrtsted by the latter
p island
: j (.i.'Ct of Immediate jain is the great inccn like the coating cUbe English walnut Spartivento ta the
I feet that ci-uluct in l j that a change: ha, taken place in his uvndas their aninuU are of rather'small 'size us .their; comrades Lad the authori Gulf of
in upt"> another
lilY war an> live to action ; but 1 can assure them that I giytn Before ripe ills soft and quite stringent, Tunis cable can be easily
peace bas met .\"it h inure general a1J{ ;irol!aIK.U to the tindnc.-s of the Xorth.rnVhgs.: I!, the cultivation of the Vine as 1 shall set compared, witli tliosoju more' temperate I ties. They were tried"T,; t1ie-military ,but when mature the covering opens and carried. The direction thence (after giving
tluu c&lJ ivasjuuljly liave Uta ex- in al'lIoster,' Kjieecli he has m idc subsequent '! example, and its patient, fostering protec- region ILeif horocsre a itze, larger commission and condemned to1 dcath but nutmeg dropsl* The berries or nuts ripen i off a coast branch to Algeria) will be along
ji-cled ; and 1 tiii'l niyt-eli dl-"IIOSC i to consider ttt the one at Alligator he has assumed t.on, will richly repay them and gratify I than tLe ponies of Shetland, an average Jen. Concha afterwards" yielded ta the at various'perioilj. Upon the same tree j the African shore by Tripoli Alexandria
that ibrtiinaUcirciiiu; in a great i gruun Is which -o to confinn the lielief: their honest and just wishes for a'plentiful (1')01.h'" to thlrtten hands high. 'fhelrj J tears and entreaties of their mothers, and be found ripe and green fro t. The and eventually across Arabia: along the

degree reMiunig (ruin 1 1.e a We euj.pjrt and { tint elected he will in the" future 'c< -op- I return for time lost. I bar is a:hort. growth, but very su eet, cx- i pardoned them Barcelona, tranquil but .may ripe nutmeg of the same form,aii.l it is fully j j coasts Persia and Belooch'stan, until it

1tr.oiJU"'j candor uf m. fellow-c.Lzcns !l ate with them as a pirty. In his speech One thing must not be overlooked ctllent quality. 1 the greater part of ,the shops are closed, :! aromatic as the fruit from Sumatra. 1 he enters ScinJe. sal finally joins the wire at
of all lenoininaiioiis. j Montlcello.. he stited that he had seen '1 he Icelanders speak of their'forests"mere i and the streets are deserted. which in all
I it may regard the individual a- well as the foliage is like the pine or the hemlock each Hvdrabad, probability bv that
'J l.c uf NO I;\ ..IEE THAr HE NoK i IIr'.KWII: : I brandies xhrubbvr from two to six A letter from Barcelona of the 7th. : time; will have "
|jfut4iect uat.onalIJr\J!ll-ritJ now State,-that all suca lands that now arc ) I Fays I loaf having however a sharp briar or thorn [ advanced from Burmahi ,
licfore uis trul. .u lllallll;. and aught to l'o\kT\' .ua: f.o..M II. The fact that out nearlyalueless.. when converted into vineyards feet high. These are principally birch and c.On Friday, the 4ih, a mutiny; broke it. The fruit grows in clusters, simi-I i across the Indian peninsula to welcome it.
tie all! I of their entire delegation: in Congress. not willow. The beautiful heath so common in the detachment of mountain artillery upon America will
vxertioiiof out
excite pMxi men to establish will increase one thousand f''M in I lar to the cherry and is indeed quite orni- I[ shortly carry her I line of tele-
and et-cure the hapi.nei n of tbc.rcountJ" one c.I'111t' found to cast his vote in favorof value; and that lands with the ncce.-sary Scotland and the north of Europe isfound and a battalion of infantry took part mental. This tree can be easily grown and I V graph to the Pacific shore, and run in up
m the |IItIDla.It.'Ut duration of its j the pOMtive repeal of the Missouri re- capabilities vineyards will ia throughout Iceland. Their game in the disorder. Gen. Manuel do la Con- and trust the coast as aria San Francisco. Can'there
will become an acquisition, we are
freedom aid m lejieiiihnce. America, under ttr.ction which lie himself a'lmits ought to value in the same pro{ the biuiles vl' div.iie JVovideuci' the have been repealed-the fact that tIter in France, planted in Vines could not be plover aud I lie tern. Nearly every varietyof I I of the mutineers, and succeeded in bringing: I end of the century, the oueline.adTanC,
jirotectioii vi a good! g',\'ermu'nt. the cultitauou primary meetings are promuljrat'ng resolutions purchased for $11000( acme while bore water fowls common to Great Britain or i them back to their duty. On Saturday VALVE OF AMERICAN tuooucE, CATTLE.c. towards the West and the other.towards
of iitauiara, moral and l>.etr can bitterly denunciator; of tlmse Northern i-uch an acre could be got for from $1 to America abounds in tIle bays, islands and j 5th,the garrison: of the fort of Montjuich .-It was stated by professor Mapea, atJ the East-through China and Siberia will
hardly fa.l I uf attaining an uncommon degreeof U'mnctlts110' supported the Nebraska $">. shores of Iceland, and in the greatest number t revolted. General de la Concha hastened a recent meeting of the Farmer's Club at gradually approach each other,so 'closely
cioiaeitce ia itcrat'iiv. commerce ajrr.cuiture. .- I bill because they thereby manifested a Another fact be here stated-that The Icelanders import wool, about there, with only two aides-de-camp as an Lousville! that the value of live stock of that a short calk stretched across Bearing's
uiijir v uuienis home anLJity '. J"Ci'lcct.- dii '>stion to accede to the S abroad.As f. rights; and ple-lging! the party t is exert every I en'.ly naturalised than the red. This may three hun,lrud pairs each of woolen stockings of a military drama he succeeded in reducing than$(jo ).OOOOIJO and this will be increased g'obe within speaking distance of each other"

uiankiud become more liltcral. they I eiJort: to secure its I'\'pcal-the fact that l but it is t o and the ex- and mittens. Besides these articles, the soldiers to obedience. This was by any increase t-f the gross and grain; aud enable the electric fire to 'put a girdle
appear strange ; > ,
\rill be wore ail luahuw. that all UI"0! I'only 5 of them ol'l'o-l.,1 the recent move- I of other countries confirms they sell dried and salted codtish, smoked i I not the cud of the rebellion. On the 6th, crops. More than }:;! ,OOO.OOO, bushels of round the work in' forty minutes." .
fluent t('repeal the Fu ritiv : SI ive I Aw.which jier.euce uiy oil whale blubber sedition broke out in wheat are aunuallygrown 11.000.000, bush-
con luct theui.->eive5 as worthy iiiein- er.s ol observation. salmon, ii.sh and seal I I at nightfall, a partial
the commuint) are eqiuil, eiH.tied to the I' lie h mself 18-12! (see Governor's Message.; ,I We are all aware that the Vine is indigenous seal and fox skins, feathers, eider down, lone of the best battalions of the army, the els of barley, 9,0o0,00l bushels of buck- Murlated,Tfnctore of Xros.
l l'a je l-tllouse-lourn.il SeSS on of I 1852- .)) hides tallow and sulphur. 2d Light Infantry. Three wheat, 3 JJl).OOO pounds of butter are
protection of clnlgo\'ci uuient. I hope e'ertu to our count -and that il oughtto beef and mutton, Tarragona or To t\ Editor Cut Sarmnak
see .\w (.ca aiu.jn-; the f.ii-emn&t, nation said \\O'lldl hse t'tnlamount to a forma! record be cultivated extensively for making They impurt their principal; luxuries, oilicers and some soldiers were .- made, 105 000,000 j-oumls" of cheese, and qf Jfornfef' News

5iu exainhiles justice* and liberality. An I antL 1I0t jic1 ion of the iinirillingness "'iIII.. A less congenial climate to the flour, rye and barley meal, beans potatoes, General de la Conchs rushed into the midst ; 14.000.000 tons of bay. These est.mates I feel very little inclination to obtrnd .

1 presume tiiat j our leiliAV-c.t.iens it ill (if our Xorthern brethren LOM.EII TO ABIUEBV Vine than ours-Uluo-has set the example wine, brandy, rum, ale and beer, tobacco, of the combatants,and re-established order; do not include Indian corn, potatoes, beans. my ('opinions and especially my medical )
THE CoXSl.TLTiON OP THE U.MTEDSfATEs" salt timber coal iron but afterward the garrison of the citadelrose fruits tobacco, and various other products, opinions on the community
not forget the patnot.c )>art \vn.cti you too and the dollars are rolling bock up the coll'ce, sugar tea through the
in the accoinphstiment of their revolution -all these furni.-h 'ann .eidence"to Ohio to Cincinnati to reward them for cutlery, lisli books and lines, cotton and in icsurrection and closed the gates.It .- equalling in value those named. secular press; yet as many of: personal

and thu csublisliiiiciit of tieir ioveniment. (biv. Brown MOW that Irs Northern their industry while we wtth more congenial silk goods, I leather, crockery and furniture. was necessary to reduce it by force, but I TiicOtiEGOX PEA.-We have raised a friend and patrons have desired an e
or the Important oseistance winch they! n." bn t1'J"Cn." as a pu.tCo1nnot 1* relied nn climate,and soil to,tee Vine, remain From thirty to f'Jrtj"C C1s sail from Denmark the Captain-General only succeeded in small patch, this season of the above vegetable sion from me in regard to the use : !

ceivedfn/m a tMLsoU5 in watch the Uoman to re.<|iect So thl'rl'riht and Southern mere lookers on and we are tributary to to Iceland every year. doing so after a conflict which lasted Ours were planted too thick, how- Muriated Tincture of Iron in the .existing
Catholic religion is professed.i institutions Aud if he believes; them foreign countries;for a commodity that we .Mr.'Miles saw one tree, a green and until 3 o'clock in the morning. The tiring ever,for a full developetnent of the vine-or epidemic, I cannot do otherwise than frank I .'

thank 3 ou, gentlemen, for your kind sound thctfwhat is to prevent his future ought to export. nourishing one. no less than: five feet high. musketry was very vigorous during those rather bush, notwithstanding this, we havea ly state through the medium of your paper, 4.
conceru fur we. While my Me an. my c health shall continue in whatever ouuation ; and the legitimate conclusion is that of us a foii'Iueas for ease and like the seen them before and mistook; them for were commanded to attack the troops of anything in the pea line, we have ever of much value; while the great ma
1 may be, it t>hall be lilY cjn Unt endeavor so far from 'washing h"s:: hnn Is and refusing I Italian, because we a more, Tcrtilcaud busnes. The only native fruit is a blueberry the citadel, could not enter the city, and seen grow. From the very diminutive size jority: otthe cases of the yellow fever such
to have anything; further! to do with : po.-scss fall back the of and of the as have fallen under mv observation...
to juetify the favorable sentiments you are genial climate, we are less disposed to that grows on a tree nearly as highas were obliged to on village of the dry pea before planted, it wasnot
pleaed to txpreoS of my conduct. And j jtnay ,I them, he will contribute; his aid towards labor while the Swiss with his unlI1-pi- a horse's back. And one qiecies; of ruse Sons." pod when it appeared on the vine, we supposed : only not benefinalbutabeoiutoiyinj.j.ous .
perpetrating; the oil national organization, fond the value attached to it must 1 have given considerable'
The not attention ,
the mctuix-ro of sour oc country,
without: even so much as I'l''lurmltht.'m: to but much of their consist in the luxuriant yield of forage. A to the use of this_remedy because It '
of amusements
lea auiliuted alone b) the pure epir.t ly is the garlen of Europe, and the rich spend Who know to cook roasting ears? -was
Crutiamiy, and etdl conluct.ng as the repent and come back to the cardinal principles -I vxuberuncu of her vegetable kingdom, time about their turf firesides.reading aloudto does know how to cook few days ago, however, we concluded to try recommended td the attention of the.pro
fjytiiful 'au'J C1A of our free uovt-nimeut, of the whig faith !1" Whether the entitles her to that appellation. Mature each other and quietly listening. They but ifevery body find the pea upon the table,and upon doing so fession by the able and accomplished Dr.
PEOI-LE prepared to give their sanction them, it is seldom we green corn upon in flavor John Bell of Philadelphia hr'
are h':5pitableOel strangely found it to be fully equal to any ;' erysipolaaltwo
cojo e\er. temK>ral and spiritUAl I'chcjt has been prodigal of her bounty to that are exceedingly with all its
table good qualities
ULo&tt: ,rA.tIUMHO. and approval to such a course, the seeon I favored and classic land and so has she honest, They are poor and-literary. In I I preserved. of its numerous family. It is rather a years ago. Acting upon his suggestion.
4-'Francs.a of October will; show. with and whatever, that is the 1847 and 1KJ8 there were thirty-four volumes -I It is no wonder that our negroes are tedious job to gather and shell a mess of I tried the remedy in that disease and had
i'Cen us when in nine
of Florida the issue is now plainly ; and so greatly for pot liquor cases be reason to Jbe pleaded with it&ue' '
People much
for but
the island that this not so so as might when
on pea;
Dta racelu. Act at balt-m. is studious of tho dolce far published ap I
case; man of it contains all the best of the
I before If wish the out ten, propriately administered. When
of the
representative the
lfer you. you a community of 60,000 J'COl l! The most expected appearance poet scarlatina
Start Girl niente.
Forcible lietc'te f a boiled in the should
of views to be man who 'can vegetables. Corn ear from the hull prevailed in this city during the
jour a duoJeci- it makes yield
forms of publication are I as a greater past
common rear ,
of varieties have .
Mistress Attainted t>< the Abolitivnistt. Most my European into water with salt toseason. ,
be boiling .
/ lied in the of the Northern dropped I used it in that disease with
have much
opposition and octavo. The record of their Congress than we ever seen. success
'he Cleveland llerati t>ute* that on the Whigs (to the Nebraska) ALL THE PAT- already undergone this tedious process of mos book .. Cora cut from the car, and boiledin any Cheraio Gaztlte. and published the more important t
for 1817 the published '
23th ulu when the caN arrived Salem, in acclimation, and the cuttings from them was with butter and m
tlKOAUD S H'TIIERN lllGIUS milk seasoned pepper II the Charleston Medical
kiOl'lvM ND J'OIt
hundred and col
m olumbiana County, fit ta rittsburgh, a insure his future co-operation are vastly more valuable than the originial that year reaching one salt, is an excellent dish. Corn cut from HILLY GROUND AND SEA WI.VDS. ing the analogy, in a pathological ,

S crowd had gathered to the dejwt,a ilu-jiatc,i with necessary them: as a party," vote for the Whig I stock, that have already a tendency to de twenty-eight pages. the cob after boiling,and mixed with butter Richard" Adel, of Liverpool in an article in" view, suite as striking between the point of I

from Pitt;burgli,having informed them that candidate.' ior. Brown and we think cay. This improving tendency of acclimation I beans, seasoned with butter,pepper and salt I the Edinburgh Philosophical Journal epidemic and scarlet Fever as between present
a slave gIrt was ou tKiarl under Ciiarjrc ifKT there is little doubt but tht your feelings is, think not as yet complete, but the SAD PICitE.-WC find ia a letter from makes exccotasfi, a capital dish. Corn I asserts that hills, near the seashore, check disease_ erysipelas, I the
very ;
mazier and mistress. \Vhea the can iett'jted in that respect will be faithfully re- next two generations will do it, and then I the llev. Mr. Crumley, the esteemed pastorof oysters is a delicious dish-grate the green heavy currents of winds and tend to preserve the remedy to some of my medical suggested friends
a big negro stepped' intu theist, and presented. But !if you have -forfeited your shall ofllr them for saUs with confidence of the Methodist church of Savannah, to cron from the cob, season with salt and i vegetation, trees and flowers in their before the present epidemic made its

S. accostiiig Uiu girt, asked tier if site wu a confidence in them, by reason of their recent succe !. the editor of the Southern Christian Advocate pepper, mix in batter and fry in butter. I neighborhood. He had observed where and used;it in three cases appearance
l te. 'sue ou ic flab n'l'1/) but her niUtrt' acts and professions on the sulject of As 1 have stated in former communications the following,mournful picture of the Green corn pudding is great delieocy grate I the seaboard.was backed up by hills, that to the 15th of July 'last. In some' prior

aaswerud that she was. Thereupon, the slavery." as bas the honda &,Wnel. and in the "Mcrcury," the most reliable effects of the- pjJeroic in our devoted city ; the corn from the cob, mix sweet milk and i trees grew with vigor at comparatively short proved; a valuable remedy, but. unless CUe.it'
bUck raiUan seized lie r.: and she chnging to wish to brand ther conduct with the seal vines fur us, (or.making Wine will be the t'Yesterday, I followed the Uu t blood kin flour until of the consistency of paste; season i distance from tho coast where as; in those very much mistaken it is not the particu am
bw neck must pitoously Scuppernong and and its varieties tho Cat- Whttneld from to the the taste4 I places which presented a broad and extensive -
ia tre* beggol of your con len n it.on, then cast your votes of Gco. a garret with anything may dictate tar preparation of iron that should bii used
not tc be torn a\"ai; out the black fellowS for A. E MAIWKLU: a man who has here- awba and Black native,all excellent of their grave. 'I will give more of his history at and bake in a hot oven;; it should bake level near the sea-coast the trees were universally. S. -
riolcntly tore her away, and i id the ehortlrun torore.repre-ented< interests faithfully kind., thefco kinds I shall have for sale in another.time, improvidence, permit. How quick.-Soil of the South' stunted and had a poor appearance.- During Iron'I believe to be the
; Zest
fr vd the '. neck severely, nd car- fearlessly I and zealously.!your ,and who merits at the fall of 1853, when'I shall.so 'publish it.MyScnppcrnonjhas changed is our beautiful, growing, healthy Btorms at sea when the wind" blows onshore that the Materia Me-ltc uCfcrsui in remedy yellow,

S 5 i rind the:child out >the car on one arm, your hand a a.rt.v'W'LL. DOSE, noon undergone a'cultivation -: city, lately full of enterprise, noise and A British ;peer when dining with the ] there is what is called spoon drift, lever,but it must be bocnejin4aind; that it
':' oJ aud flourished a rvyolrrr m the other hand, rAtfurt'i .sEuuTl"-Fl9riclia1&S and ah ducation that has improved !business. Now it is nearly depopulated Queen,was challenged by a Royal Duchessto a technical term employed by sailors to has several preparatioos.and tb
\:.S:'fjDIid the plaudiU vf the excited crowd. Journal.ASD $ already i its uniform inaturityand the",clusters The long streets are empty, have a few sad take wine ;'with her Ilia Lordship po- water raising into the air from the sea by tions may be uaedla coajunctiou w Repara other'
child wai. are larger and have more berries than thanked her Grace-bat declined the the wind striking the tops agitated waves. with
;(- ;Ibo tnwtir of the ; not just processions which,are seen silently hastening .litely: remedies, so. arwbeasudiouy.
SS tbeo.Q. the cr, and upon hearing'therescue this vine;generally .yields'Respectfully. on-there a long: train of mourners the compliment, stating that he never took an1earying big saW drift ia ,sheets and to meet all indications'/or iroft ebmbined.
; J.
,oUcrvd to go Jltwre' soy oihcvr' ansi .Eqaestrtanlsm. -- J.'TQ Q. hem, a lone hoarse bearing the dead to.the wine.The Duchess immediately turned to showers to'a great :distance. This salt :*/>eci/c/ hvmediciM.Tno* > ;-

execute,froo paper*, for tbti 'gin. 'Uat;Ih ejnA 'A*'" horseback'riding. is quite Cuhionableamon city of,.silence',.,And at 'ev n-tide 'In the the QaeenJandjoculaHjr'BaidPlease; -. S spray is sometimes carried far:,in land, and !.heindic.iminat. u of. one fa '

OS would listen ,to no wtoa .thing; ".,11mcoWt : r yonng ladies,and, gentlemen,' we iIt W-YOTuUOUIII.._.Inpur.. opinion public squares; the pride and beauty;of. the ; JOUr .Majesty, here is Lord of course acts as pois9nto.the fbhage.S. of \oi: ombinatiorilof remediesL anjr ialaay pcrtic-remedy '
S $creaM were ht.ard..a. b Te >tfa* tamult copy tfie following in relation to A very important there never 'was:a" morel: inisejiievon*':t>r city;1rrp1ace of they gay ,groTip hatprcK.menadod who declines to take wine at>your Majesty's -. the trees and shrubs. |l i1bemodusease. '
T5 begging to go back, *t> that eh* could aaj hitherto undecided point from plot devised fur brukiBg'thVcbnfedcration the .snow".white walks, said ..thismorry table." : 'There are bat few who hare not. noticed .. '-
again secheroolher who bcloug to the the'Ne w;York Spirit of the Time* the highest into inter rate,' kriconcilable factions,:, alwayi children that romped upon'the'g engr ,Erreye was turned to the Queen, and Jhe rich flktgoof some.trec*:'near certain mathematknaa' -S -
S imepwner. aathority snbjects'wii4ch prey and forever arrayed against each'other, J 'thert if a tar-fire nAJalorinHhe-cen-. nota'little euri08ityeTinced as to the manner parts of the res-coast and the stunted and fellow Of being asked by a stout

S -ne UCe of the bwner TTM threatened,and e- we think-prettyconclnsivelj.. that' .the thao'that'of? this,establishingVdiituictions, tre; tiarowings"Imirid gsre'otbq! surrounding in which 'the total,'abstainer' would';be : scrubby of trees on,othe r parts bow much, two will pigs weigh twenty pounds -'

1_ b d renot a maia over; but went: 'jdn.jn right side;J is.not the'right ,tide after all: imitating'ta'thfc feefinss7 incompatible I trees;and spreading'abroad long train dealt with by royalty.. WithaimHingandgraceful of the elitist.m'e of this is"aecount-' S. S. S Jump into the a large Epg Wigh: 7 replied.

S the*can to cTygtefto the mother Of the ;"The reinsure i to.W&ld: ti aft.left; : with thec<1ualTigbt ('or milliods of tciinTktd2rrl e f of'Ptc 1 amoke that,crftrtf..fta'city like:a ,expression, her:Majesty :replied*" |,ed (or br'tbf T 'shore"observation, /; Iniediately., scaUwjsad 1- will- tell yuuz -

's : band;and the r1h$ bwd U"free'to rpnder' 'vrittit the:.asettranct that-Jl1O:4"' *" Sit There [a no'comaiti'amy. $ ble.1 t gcitjifyic American.. .* -. ..:
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-" have with n -N towns above them wish to take own on'their account, but,nevertheleM, to agreat'extent upon the .
Every practitioner tnnst met and regards it so paltry to nv td" ihi public and 6y w>

J. case*,in which remedy of known efficacy c { b totally uncalled a amer for 1 Native Amerc nnderthat name, rk in regard t the disease. right ,objects of.her superintendence means considered,attempt to write until he has well '
XarIorne for IInfbi the Sentinel adds his subject has a point to
ajsca8e--4iuinine solicitude
tt.mrtic t1s.JACSONVILE Will disapprobationof quarantining the rierIs therefore waited and tender : start
you support for Congress a man having from and an end ,
bn th to attain data
wholly yetI se to build
I txample--as rauiinc: perhaps the lnible whoopen1yaowath&tthewhigiofthenorth"posss people and laid aside by its authorsas as a matter courtesy, and it i to b the"This woman has visited various but parts of upon and conclusions,to arrive at j.and in
bt as a fervent-maid was
known.i How then T'pib that the : a the patriotism and regard unilbe now presents Itself i the hop that the consequences of this coi 'n never country afraid to travel atone, the good Providence the each progress word revise of his work if he would weigh

ute'nr of, remedy for therights of the South to new, ad more dangerous form of a ct will not oblige our authorities to always protecting her.! For threeor each sentence, "torn hit
fcear stylus
1 )wbi .the iferIn o case, I SEPTEMBER, 1854. ere hfsco-operalionwilh them 1" If so, association. Under the,style Know-Noth- quarantine those abe them on account of four years she was located in this city; hap, in often the coarse erase of and amend then per-
another refuse' to eliminate years he
ad \kcy I the bile.WouVl you will vote for old Tom Brown, and under is raising discord in onr midst, an the disease passing up the river, and fixing but restiesa further to benefit the family,' better grace presume to mal with a
I urine or answer
: ism I where one who
she not long since went to California
o DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS his lead enrol allies of the foundation of our national itself in our rear, in the midst of those who really wieids so graceful
; It not be more In wit yourselves a h sapping very she is in the receipt of high wages, and ia pen as does "Co.,
; t select some preparation of loved Whig brethren of the North. prosperity. almost seem to court it tbering gear1 to pay the expenses of their

r. Iron i you please, in the frt pl FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS, Under the cloak patriotism, it appealsto "The Barber Shop.** passage thither. That she will succeed we shall I have not abuse now finished with "}Iio] ," and
e ]
relieve the or Why the Voters of Florida should not your indulgence again Mr.
ct. t o the native born citizens, bidding them array On the corner of Newnan and Frosyth have no doubt should her health and Editor for "Milo" must
E. now
t. and not apply same A. MAXWELL support Gov..BROWN foritepresentatire strength be spared hhe is indeed fitted understand
remedy, regardlees of these or other functional to Congress. themselves] against those of foreign birth, street Jimmy Walker..has planted the for connected with domestic thatwitlithispiecel bid him a final adieu,
any emergency
I have kept such and strives awaken prejudices and pas "striped column" of that profession whose and cannot return to say any more last
dtgment FOR STATE SENATOR, he vetoed a Bill passed by the t dutv. words. If therefore he be
notes business would allow f Bus sions unworthy of an enlightened race, and provinces is the tonsorial abridgement of "She is nearly altogether pelf-t-ducated] ; take tempted t.
of the more important cases FELIX LIVINGSTON.FOR the Legislature of the State of Florida t another shot at roe, retreating but l
of several of the age in which we live. the capillary apendagcs. All orders fur writes a good letter, as to sentiment, ]language no mean >y
discomfited he
which have fallen under from the Atlantic to do in
fever construct a may so
of yellow school nii perfect
R&ra and Many a *!
a few worn out demagogues who, hair cutting, shaving and shampooing will penmanship. safety and without
ly I my obrtion with the trtment 4c. Cedar Keys, or to some other point Southof Tat I or one who has graduated, might; well be apprehension of my
REPRE 'An\E returning to
received and attended punish hia
I a disappointed in their political aspirations, thankfully quickly temerity. And
thm b of her
Season Because envious literary acquirements.
pblhing the Suwannee River. let him not think
1 Medical Jou D. f. Prcscott. I I- Milton Hajnes. should resort to almost any scheme which to when the applicant takes the chair for me wanting in a becora
it did not through Middle Florida respect if I "pursue the
4 II. L. M. D pass even tenor of
DiD, bear promise of mending their broken for Jimmy that he will hereafter b always [fOR THE NEWS. uiyay"
says w regardless of his
To the Voters of Florida. of which section of the State he was a L Words to :UUo." scribhng, for-
tunes is not but that reasonable uthar.
.Administration a Failure." Before the next i issue of our sheet it will resident. The result was, that the Bill surprising; follow )f. EDITOR: The readers of the Republican 44 'TU Lest sometime your eentnre to restrain

thing to find fault. The constitutional majority of and really patriotic men should blindly We cheerfully give to the favored with one of those Awl tharibM.let the dull be vain;
I is a very easy hare been decided whether our State re- I was passed by a place are again Your.lem.e; there w better than

.N Jot degraded of human beings retains to turncs her present noble representative t: two-thirds despite his veto. their lead, i both a matter of surpriseand following lines (although anonymous) ou elegant morccaux, from the indi'ilualsign. }'.-h'un rail so long.. they eaa your write(r>itt 1:
of falsehood and of vituperation of Illu. Whether it
the the faculty regret.It ing the classic name Fake ytep but them
help to
the candidate who affiliate Let it be remembered that ho advocated the death of the late Bishop BARRON, who renew the race.
Congress or can
: ,and those who are least rcsponible : is altogether incompatible with the is the celebrated Athlete. or Tullja illustrious A*,after stumbling jade will mind their pa..
; ; always the most offensive in their with Northern in the anti-Kcbrk the appropriation of the entire Internal Im and the character became endeared t so many of our community client, whom my friend admires so
Wbig of institutions What
a crowd of these
spirit ,
We take fund of the State for the con-: during his late brief labors his not in impenitently boLl
; 4 use oTfoul language. up a whig furor, is elected.We ] provement among much as to adopt name we arc J eons Is trvl Jing.Ing: yUble, .
paper that has been fblihe let us say, have no doubt of the triumphant struction ofa road which MUST pass through I of our people t attempt to proscribe us. formed. But be tlyit a* it may, -X" cannot Mill ran on K-riUm, in a raging grows vein. ,

,if not con those show such disrespect to the paid individual }:'l'lI to the dreg,and
twenty yea vindication of Mr. Maxwell from the assaults Middle Florida. How can Gov. Brown or In falling a victim to the fearful scourge sqneeiings of the brain*
; that no whig administration "-Men who fled as to treat hi; loot brilliant effusion Strain out the last dull droppings of their
fat sens
t f fe th ted from the beginning the made upon him-the, approval of his his friends say that he ia in favor of Internal A church and state Procrustean bed. that has so desolated the city of Savannah, with silent contempt. And write with all the rage&f impotence I" '

C government without inflicting marked injury curs by the voters of Florida, and that Improvements? The Brownigt, by the Mayflower borne ; while engaged in his mission of mercy and "Milo" accuses me of a "wish to be severe. _ X.

t'; ; upon the interests of the people ; and his voice will again b heard in the halls of Let the voters of Florida remember, The The follower Huguenot of, fearlen from Gallia Fox torn; ; charity, he has afforded &bright an exam ."and calling him all sorts ofnarm-s," Domestic Bread.

we find it columns stained with language Congress in asserting the rights of his constituents that Go'Drn, while a member of the The non-conforming too of Knox; ple of Christian heroism and selfdevotionas and hid piece a farrago of non;en!e, which The Rhode Island for
Society the
I the unjust and discreditable in regard The Catholic; all sought the went, heScry readily excuses," supposing thatit promotion
r to mos present general administratien. The and in gallantly defending our Legislature advocated a Bill imposing a B,relocation's hcllich ire, can b found among the martyrs of old. was "for want of a better point to my of industry, gave the first premium on

New York Courier is a specimen of this institution! But it must b remembered direct ta upon cattle, the only source of n,pillory and rack and fire, discourse." In regard to a 'wish to be domestic bread, to Mrs. Hiram Hill
their breast. [FOR rar. XEWS. of
t &; and what Gen. Webb, the absent that Moses was required t smite the rock support and maintainancc to the poor men \eanet from C C mothercunln's On tbe Death of the Rt. Rev. severe," I was cxcxi-dsnjrly: lenient and not Providence. The following is Mrs. Hill'

i. editor, who tarries in London. flatters the before the waters gushed from it, consequently of Florida. From those-like a Millenial morn Harron. Bishop near a-s severe as the folly (,f "MiloV article recipe for making the bread exhibited
and writes falsehoods against his Our nation Minerva born." iltseneil, and I am glad to find that by
; nobility, Who then the true friends of the gprings,
of !
all good Democrats should are Holy errant G thy blast labors are o'er, her :
: to his newspaper in New York,and b up he has benefited somewhat in his style at
; country imitate and Let remain idle in full interests of the people of East Florida] In another attitude this KnowNothingism And the Church that so loved thee,will greet thee For ]
: the subordinates be has left behind t doing. no one least by my strictures. Ho far from call- two loaves of the ordinary size take

f: .j', his the virtuous indignation confidence of success, but let every shoulder Gov. Drown who vetoed a Bill, having for I is illiberal and dangerous. I would no more' ing him '-all sorts of names," "3111'," can- eight jiotatocs. pare them, Mice very 'thin

.,1 ro i J against the administration which is poured placed to the ,\heel A bare ma- its object the improvement and prosperity I do away with one of the wisest and must AH widowed she sits in her garments of woe, not point to a single expression in any way,1liiasivc awl boil quick until quitesoft. then mash to
; \t1 thru it chaste columns is almost over jority w ill elect Mr. Maxwell,.but let us of the Eastern section of the State, or Mr. pcrcious provisions of our Constitution, Her grief only such .the deep stricken know. or t\en uncourtcous. That I a fine pulp,and add a little by a little,two

::;4 f Who would suppose-we refer him Maxwell who advocated in Congress a which to men of all religions an The flock thou did t nourish with heavenly bread, called a portion of his |-cacc a farrago of quarts of boiling water, stirring until
: I4 the Courier $ Enquirer, not by way of! give such an overwhelming one, that a I guarantees nonsense, i ii true. I still deem it suchand, l starch i is formed; let this cool,and lien add
Shall and now-their dead!
M it f particularizing t its own somewhat adorous I Whig candidate may ne er again dare to Bill granting alternate sections of_.the. Public : equal participation in the rights and privileges And the hunger of stray the fold faint Shepard the hope that even its author will not attemptto one third of a cup of new yeast. This
if:sI j' U1 history, but simplyasoneof the class-w ho lift his head until he can (10 so with princi- Lands. for the construction of Railroads 1 !, I of our Republican Government. The For that lamb"milk of the word"wU that sustained by way theme defend the sentences alluded to. but criticiin forms the sponge," which should remain

1 would that this complaining saint in their is comment sufficient of a newspaper article should n->t be in a moderately warm place for ten
.: suppose pies to back! him, and those principles Let the people b just judgmentand following perhaps h or
":! sat by and saw the backrupt law enacted, b decide between them. I on this feature of it: up day. mistaken for IIt.'rsoJial ahI1S8 to the I twelve hours: or "over night," until it be-
such the of Florida will blush
the Bank of the United States plundering n people not No more shall they hear the mild tones of that excuse which "Milo" charitably a sign>s for conus very l Ight; and frothy, even ifs little

\"li L 'I the people, the high tariff of 1842- taxing I to own. Let. us have no more political tenets Let the people of East Florida remember "Who As in in derision thin exiled of oar trng.r'.land hope, voice, I what I wrote I. (10 not neitl it for if he could: sour it is of no consequence. When the

;; labor, ad finally, the Galphins and thc I which are merely expressed by the that Mr. Maxwell advocated and voted With bigot heart and faithless hand Which so faithfully tEbnght them the wa to tim sec no fcpf>mt to my coiir.V. the fault I -sponse" i is ready,add a little flour, and

: .j'! : rioting upon peculations upon wonls0/ 1 the public and yet did not, in reproof For shame! Forgetting wh.ch; I am not responsible. Iilo" "would i ma* The longer and more firmly this is
M lraurt to enter public lands at as Ilarland'
Each Sabbath
man shall
-Old J/aji miss that loved
&c but with the every r.ric returning we I
Eloquent, ; He loads with his
'J : kneaded
of all pnnt a single syllable orpl iY hte rather attempt to answer Poujila-'s great letter the bread.
On the contraryit was a refreshingspcctacle good Phd Democratic: banner waving triumphantly loW twelve and a half cents per acre, instead The memory,of Baltimore; face. I! fpccch on that (the Nebraska) l>ill. than to I Let the kneaded mass remain say from a
And in celebrate
.: f to sec how unconscious were tht.s vestals in the wind, b able to point to paying a heretofore,one dollar and O'erlooL the part we that Carroll bore. AH impressed with iL beauty of goodness and roinfute foX's" argument against 'lilo" for half three quarters of an hour to rise,then

., of 1higr while during the lat admin the following inscription's, under which our a quarter per acre. grace! the simple reason. that it is easier to strikea ilhule into loa\e put into pans, where it

d %. in high places was the victory was Let the voters of this State remember, There is little doubt but that "sober second The light has from that soul-bamingeye, larger target than a small one." It mavbe phoull] remain say fifteen minutes care

7 i, rule and integrity exception. They did -ilC that Gov. Brown instructed the thought," as in the of Native When pity gDeout mankind.eemed to vie; that "Milo" is vain enough to tlnuk he being taken that it does not rise too'much

not seem to know anything that wa pro I fcEo.i IL RIGHTS ix THE T'siox TO EVER ]Register mericanism will crush this fanatical attempt Mae! holy father! Ptace. thy rest, can overthrow Mr. Douglas's/: pjwi-ch. and and cnwk tlierj, put the loaves into a quick

I' 'iW' ;r gressing. They were in a state of blissful PORTION' OF IT, AND NO GEOGRAPHICAL Public Lands to sell no lands belonging to arrest our national progress.- Thy virtue embalm thee in b t brest! that he feels b1; clf a match for the -little I men and Imktr, ay three quarters of an hour.

; and, finally, when they lid LINES FOR EXCURSION OF ANT PORTION to the State for less than one dollar and a every giant" on any suht. And I will excuse If the oven is 'not hot enough the bread
igor that which TiE I There is little doubt but that the memory JACUOVLL Sept 18 remark of little effusion will not rie and if
i m excu they OF OUR PEOPLE AXD THEIR PROPERTY FRO quarter per acre,although G ov.)Iosley, his his disparaging my own crack too hot, the sur-
defend. Now however when I of our own wending their consiJeration of the respectiUe fare will harden too
f to Democratic predecessor had permitted themto ancestor \a} Northern Negro Life a Described by a- in rapidly and confine the
It President Pierce probes' his determination THE COMMON DOMAIN. i across the waters for the sake of finding a Southern Slave.! 'I' romI:1DJ in which lie dots it the honor of loaf.

HI to conduct tbe administration on the most I No INDISCRIMINATE \VAS1E ()THE PcB : be sold at whatever they would bring. placins"it,an-1 because it i.s not to 1 lie exjKcted -
t spot on this wide earth where they could The New York Empress : "We have
t economical scale,and in the mot patriotic I Lir MONET IN PETTY SCHEMES OF DESIGKINP Consult your interest, people of Florida! says that bright a wit -Milo" shonUstoop JJ"S"The New York Sunday Atlas, in

and progressive spirit-while his measures, I GIVE CS A BROAD COMPREHENSIVEPLAN As has ever been the case Whig ]legislationand enjoy civil and religious liberty, will assistin been not a little entertained with the perusal to such Mnall q'urry.Milo" di, leaking of a new idea, which is in vogue

before two years of his term have expired, MIX ItT policy in the foregoing instances have putting down the monster that has of a letter from a Alabama negro, sojourning claims to have m-Znuatedthat, fcthe object i>f among some of the! bonnet saloons, :

: i' are pouring benefits upon the country-we I OF DIPIW'-E\EXT: FOR NATIONAL BEX sprung up among us. will be remembered with his master at Sharon Springs, the Nebraska Bill!! was to breed di i cord and *. A says
( I lady friend of in
and the
such the New York Courier EFT ALONE. been to oppress! impoverish poor, d'seiuinatvcctional' strife" and tells us ours making some
be prints a j jff that when our forefathers first set foot New York, who has been writing to some calls the fas-liionable
that uthc administration i 'TlIE enriching the Federal Government and its I said he -would not upon millinery cstahLsliinvnts -
Enquirer declaring GRADUATION' OF THE PRICES OF that on contrary
i upon the forest shores of our native land colored brethren of his at home. The document : in Broadway! after making her
I:.t I is a failure !r' Why this accusation PCELIC LANDS A* CONGRESS IK so uncan'lidor uncharitable as to say so.
1; is so familiarly made by whig papers North r.TABLI5ID" BV ofcials. they, too were foreigners; and although appears in the Mobile Herald, and Notwithstanding this assertion, UX" maintains purchases into at hack hntC them was politely invited
IX ITS LAST a room where she
r f ? and South, no one has yet attempted to 'I PROTECTION Ir.IOS. Gov. Brown Willing to Co-operate with drawn from different lands, were pioneers has an cditoral endorsement for its genuine that ")lllr." did, in several parts of to take a glass ofwine., We was did invited

; show, A list ofihefailures ctleadmin- TO "AMERICActrirests. N.rtb ro WhJ*Abolition.-and---Free- of a race of men such a before the world ness. The name of the writer is Allan : his article, make the insinnition ith which atk Iter wiiethiTshe refused, but not
: I mON ANY SOIL AND FROM EVERY POWER SoIIism. he tH! njt it indirect or not she
etratton he is charged, though say
having Acer J-c never saThe American nation is not Foster. He says he is sick of the North informed us that the department seemed
, t, we propose to make one, as folo'I I THAT SHALL DARE TO OPPRESS OR ASSAIL I h been asserted in the columns] words. And unless his n.mirk, that devoted
t The administration has the Floridian Journal by a Anglo Saxon, it is not Celtic, it is a fusionof and Northern people, and wants to get he would not be so imcrrlid .c.. contain exclusively to the purpose of treating
THEM. their
:' 1;! mit itself to the peculating policy of its pre "TlIE under c signature of cOrspn. nearly all .nations, tongues and kin home. He has seen enough of freedom.among ; in it"-lf a latent irulIit cannot be reconciled in the mtl't"llOci\"ilization.clI tomel'8. This is another step
'''If decessor. \CRrCrn'aE tent dreds," and to this part it owes vivacity, both blacks and whites to last him to other p'tlions of his piece; pijicds will have to poor
r' : failed to give way t the ar I keep a sharp look out
: I h I energy and Although yet young, fur a lifetime-so he says. But there is | for our wives and daughters unless they
.:: FR IT TAX BE DONE WHETHER IT BE said that he could find in the Northern strngh. that erudite production aliound* in incons'stcnc'ea j I
abltionists. \ the is of the Allen I lie induced,while in a state of St'mi-intoxi-
It h faled t permit them to violate TREATY WITH JAPAN, BOMEO on CANADA; all patriotism and regard for the Amercn charctr probably a one part story shoul b let! : : to asurprisingextent.Milo" is cation to
--'-'ItluLS failetfTo loihe 'msoa-nt I *". ""* "" I marked and national, as that of any other to tell in his own words, thus: I cornet in hs: surmise c tint '.," did not read more money than the
yielft uemands "- -- --.' i-tir ntrti wit TC the South TO ENSURE ins FUTURE law allows. Tipping isgetting'to lies fashionable -
t t'f of foreign governments. OF Tit: SOUTHERN CONTINENT TO TiE ENTERPRISE CO-OPERATION WITH MM *.* ,... .. that nation nn tho frlolift. The neW cements'' "We..sped. ._.>a.few_ days in the,city, of New York his (" Iil,''") piece before -'attempting. 1\ i irt'pb't" viceanioiif?the ladies, and there arc
are continually being JV'7 ? .fmll Of three I 5101 not Ixvnnse, a* Mio"rightly : I
" I b Cie to oppose the Nebraska and I i OF MAX, OK PLACING THE STAR I The utterance of this sentment by the \ days through that city I saw more evideit.e. or I an. ** already several splendid saloon in Broadway -
thinks luiir
does not change the tone of that character was discouragingly
j of Gov. Brown destitution,more half-clad, miserable, which viit
OF Ql'EEX OF THE _\XTLLS IX OUR authority : emphatically I rg beg- they exclusively for the
{ TIE but that of the gard looking I ever saw in and also f'-ocall ac,from the hasty glance that I'I'X
i It has failed to follow in the footsteps of OWN \LAX1.'." I denied by the Sentinel,upon which"Colum- adopts grand mass to whichit I Virginiaand be purpose unattended by their lords.
Alabaa met and loafers at it.he jmljcil to discouragingly -
make bggan every gave .
_ Itspredecessorby failing to. \'rl has become joined. !
of bia"comes out under his and corner,and,strange you it, is f Jtt I
Democrats lo\r your country, and proclaims a may I : I scnn-icss \\iueiijmigineni ne wa not
\ p' treaties vitally important the i eace,tranquillity 0'nme that cent is rgrt I SrnTiTt'TE ,0R'oTATors.-For the last
t This is be seen in the of annexing a asgRdlyret.eived b poor creatures cJ'C't'II ButMilo" assured that
ii Li and welfare of our country. I those who wish to maintain your cuntr.1glory the truth of his assertion. He has t progress &a doiUr would be by any anaut in the nrty f iur years considerable attention lana le n

". r It has failed t commit itself to native- by upholding the Constitution and also fortified himseif with a card signed by foreign territories. Louisiana,Florida city of Mobile. I often ask these poor creatures "X" lend the '"reply to Oolian/y" attentively pad: at the Mweum of Xaturaillistory., in
Texas and California why they don't to work.' Their : before "attl'mItin a reply" to it. I
Americanism know-nothingiEm fanaticism although having go answer inn- I'aris. the
to cultivation of
this broad Union with the M. Whit Esq. and James'S. Jones a plant coming
', j binding together Smith nobly it, that 'they can get nothing to do, and I and that his interpretations of that wonderful -
ft: have from China. and known under
gerly. cord of equal rights, rally round that ban that "Columbia's" communication foreign populations, boml thorough have no friends to help them get into business." perlormince were the most natural the name of
the failures of the ad Eq. w"ic stts
,14 t I Americanized there is little doubt but who fortunate |Dioscorea Japoijica. This plant the
a aong The are more and succeed in procuring | that could be made! and are esihC'fl'nlll'tl. says
and forward to the Under it was substantially TRUE IK EVERY
i 41 ministration. We do not wonder that tbeJecte ner polls are paid from nothing to writer of a paper sent to the Ct'ntralri-
that the Sandwich Islands emplyment up In the which I made
; the ire of the whig but we have once and under PARTICULAR. What are'we think of Cub andteven eight former, ivgnnl interpolation j cultural its size
leader; you conquered, i you t the pr monththe relying upon II ')Iilo" thinks; that because I inserted in Society, may, by weight
would event anncxationalso
that this ire should lie speedily liberality guests the means of
i \onder so publicly must now conquer again. such a candidate for Congress? The chambermaids f'r hotel at which 8ulIorL one of his sentences the word iuv";are"; i hardy character, iKrome exceedingly

; and so bitterly manicsd.L'ni0aSo Whigs who spurn an alliance with those become so. now lodged get four dollars per month, and regret after the word introduction I did not un- valuable in France as it will serve as a subetitute -
Stop my Paper I In a of time, but ]little exceeding that the the season which ia I for the potatne. Its tubercles like
space shornel ( aboutthree j iler.tan.l] the sentence. That lie true
of the North who would make "hewers o mty
one can view the conduc of j j you How many Editors have trembled in the allotted to man, a nation risen mnths) wis again throw them upon the hut if I did not it \-lil'stl11t. for those of the Jerusalem artichoke, resist in

I the administration, and that of previous of wood and dr\er of wAtr" for them, their boots at the ominous sound of the ag and attained ha world without hop agi being so }ilea antly j he should have written more intellpMy.As t the open air the severest winter without
Galphin without being convinced 1 join us in our effort and come out frm infancy a strengh scarcely and 1 until the return of I sustaining any injury. Several specimensof
as some
dynasty that else /
above words, and stood aghast, at the terrible -. inferior the of those who another summer God only knows how they work to having fixed it so no one those
.of toe firmness, efficiency, and ability with of you have already nobly done,in asserting thus inflicted him i t through the winters, which I am informed arc fire can un'lc-rtind it 1 Migpested the only word roots of every large size. were
which President Pierce has carried out the I penalty upon by centuries in their presented in lKi'2 to the sorietone of
ago were prime. times cold The porter at this hotel I which coull make sense for if WIii rights and fixing our Union a our I
s long cherished and salutary principles of the your upon a some indigat'subscriber!" The oriina sparse population along the (a white man with a wife and two children) andmyself it wrong to introduce the Bill, i iwas it which,of a cylindrical from was three feet

.L republican party, and redeemed the promises I basis,Lich no faction can weaken or destroy consequence of a man's Stopping" Atlantic shore, has' rolled westward the hare become quite intimate. He in a mt equally wronpr upon the same priaci I in length ; another tubercle, 4>reeented in
extraordinary man of his class-ia the 1853
of his noble In enforcing a 1 his most and certainly i pies to it anti vote for it aftt its weighed three pounds, the former 11&"-
iuugr best support
paper deplorable Pacific the porter I ever saw. would astonish to
broad only, checking progress I you ing fiewi in the earth
strict and in oil 20 months and the
t fithCul cutting nee the amount of labor introduction though the regard its ,
The Republican is out with an it is a surprise,that nature should] flood. But performs every day may latter 10. The flavor
. the lavish ad corrupting drins on the I I" mater of the accumulating not aloneon and night I reckon there are an average of two j passage which they could not prevent. a8 of this vegetable U

I, public treasury which, under the late administration the voters of Duval, and advises i continue 'in her ordinary course, upon' the the shores of the Atlantic were the sour hundred guests at the hotel. They are comingand beneficial to the country. I can fee no obj more delicate than that of the potatoe.

had digc the nationinS them to vote the Whig ticket without baring occasion of so disastrous a event ces this of flood. wind that on its going almost hourly, and eath guest has one Tt that "Milo" con) have had in view in

enforcing a strict industrou energetic the it. We have at length record a painful Evr or more trk weighing, I suppose, from fifty to writing to till nearly two col ALVARFZ ix TilE FULDThe New York
meanness split t bosom hither sail bore two except up
t a an aJ fifty This man revcncs Ecening Post
of of bro pud that Alvarez is in New-
; discharge 'ae rays
government The gist of the in favor of this in this line that a and disburses it all, story after fctory !; umns of the Republican, for certainly such
ficiai.s-in argument I addition to the'volume of that tide which York fitting out
crushing the insidious and dan eprenc appar under these heavy burdens. When otherwinoemployed a collection of inconsistencies and contradiction an expedition against
gru attacks on the treasury embraced in is contained in a interrogatory appeal, the couple the recipients paper not has fled our vast inlands with a hardy and i during the day he trims nu lamps_it ef! I was never before perpetrated lie I Santa Anna which is to consist of the

te uCttutionalatc and river and pit of which we proceed t notice. I I approving of our conduct,have Conned themselves industrious population.The no trifle in on establishment like this lint this is says, for instance, in his List piece as well :.steamship Benjamin Franklin a chip a
the and not al. At the approach of relt', appropriate hour, I brig and a schooner.The/fen/a/riinFranJt/in
spirit says : I into a committee of two, and resolved been as in his first, that he is "a trong Nebraska I
foreign population always and I
ha you and all southern servants
areslumbering I 31
letter of the of 1850 ten pounders on board and the
Compromise by have to do with thenaughty man an. the bill in toto after its am-
the se.i "HY// you by your rotes sustain the par to nothing more a powerful clement ofour national strength.In at oar ease, this poor man's lonely audIt I supports munition fur naval
of the Nebraska bill with 1 necessary a engagement
passage tedious tank commencea.C C yet he said in his first article
_ repeal of the unjust and unwarranted ty, which denies the right of the Gocem- sheet The following is an ex felling the forest or battling the foe, it "I would not exchange condition with them for ;it is a measure altogether unnecessary, a.i it is intended by Alvarez that sheshall

_ 1 aionaline of the Missouri Compromise, meat to make approprialoll for the improvement trc ,joins heart and bad with the native born ; all the bribes and ch which Abolitionism coal even practicable,altogether impracticable, .capture the NewMexiean war steamer Santa

1I'5 ad prompt and vigorous practical enforcement tfyourrirer 1" "We should not have stopped the tnlwcription and to the heroes. who poured offer me. What bi eYr been denied you or me, even if necessary, altogether hazardous to Anna, which is shortly to sail from New
but from the fact that have countenance gratitude that we 1&te,1 J Nothing! absolutely York with
I f of the law-In settling you given nothing a part of the treaty _
1i old and rU9ti\olve with .S the direct charge that tho administration to the outrage committed on the steamer Welako, out'their life blood for us at Quebec, Camden -on.1 God knows, my masters .ever been my the peace of our country, fully an'exempli- The Captains and crews of both steamer
I beet friends. ficaton of 'torch in and that
a a magazine"
and we are resident of a free we can. -
and the Democratic candidate for Con- country
a Americans
foreign and the extension of free Princeton and Savannah are
;ii in with as ,'cl & it for the "maintenance of
t pwe not, consistency onr ul.hod the The Empress says:-This picture northern was got up
reelip I
intercourse with grewj, Mr. Maxwell, would have been a take their "
II right of say community arms o policy,should bid us countrymento (Democratic) party ascendency. These
.r 1. some of the richest portions of the glob false one, the impression that such is the others who are out of their jurisdiction, therefore, arms. Montgomery, on the rampart life, in some of its lower phases is by no lines, Mr. Editor,from an English poet suit'Milo" Dancing with a Boot Black*

i a wol both in his domestic and case is sought to be given by inuendo. By please dUountinno your paper to us." Quebec, fell not ]less nobly than did mea overclor a everybodys'observation so exactly that I cannot forbear A correspondent of the New York Times,

Pierce has shown himll act word has Mr. Maxwell As "eident of a free country"any sub experience will attest. But our quoting them for his especial: benefit : writting from Saratoga is responsible] for
no or ever signified -
to U faithful of the Warren, on Bunker's Hill. The sons of
disciple scriber has, of course, a right stop his colored after all had ". the following:
t only a glimpseof doubt
strict-construction school, a consistent and that he would oppose the improve those who have fought at Waterloo friend silent always when you your.t'u-e.
viper and the member of a free may the he wanted cpeakthough sure,with seeming diffidence; There has been here of all
liberal of safe and a press ralities. seethe anstocracy
champion gradual progress mcnt of the St. Johns River, and this attempt have died in the same cause, side by side ft I Some ixMitire, persisting fools we know,
,a defender the constitutional we shall at all times, express our opinions free negro or his brother pale face even grades and shades, from the genuine 'sinion
str on the eve of election to warp the Who, if once wrong, will needd be always so. '
with the of those who have bled down
a grand sons to the
South friend and but pure. 'mushroom and codfish
rights a true of the openly boldly, we were not before in condition
mind of the public in full keeping with worse ")Iilo" thinks that I wrote a shocking '--ancl looked in and
I rights of the States and the union of the i that the at Saratoga and Moultric. ; one evening MW
chronicle of frets that
worthy of the applause, sympathy the whig course of action throughout the a\ar mere should be remembered. those of them employed at the city hotels, piece ant assigns,as the reason that I know the valet de ehambre of a gentleman atone

, ad Stts of the true patriots of the land.Especially ., Again, it is acked: we have furnished in the case of the Wela'ca I ".No beaten path Columbia treads he should have taken a ramble at mid-day, nothing about my subject ; but ''I shall not hotel waltzing with one of the haughtiest -

a should the South feel grateful to cpig. sustain administration and our disapproval of the course pursued Of Europe s time-worn or mid-nigbt through tho Five own such judgment" nor. "trust in a critic beauties who was denominated belle,
an I'oint
him for the fearless and admirable manner Wi you by her captain were to b branded Her feet are now above preeent bead Church street. A walk who, himself, i is sore, for while "Milo"writes at the other. lie may have been quite as

ia which he has redeemed- his pledges, and tJutt defends the Reciprocity Treaty"We giving "countenance to an a OCO whom old sates bn t \ Broadway so faultlessly I care not what bethinks good as his master; but I doubt heather
have doubt voter of Duval that outage. U C C C along North and East also, of lucubrations indeed 1 I the
the ship of State on the republican no Rivrhre my poor ; young lady would have smiled so graciously -
I "Soon, where our banner courts the wi.J, might enlarge his experiences to the would rather they should not please him him
: : Richmond Enquirer. you will sustain the administration that defends The New Convert. A hundred star shall the a on or permitted his
this The Reciprocity Treatywas Under this head the Republican takes A hundred states Union greet bind, eye misery, vice, and general wretchedness of for his approval of them, would be to their come so near her cheek, if she had
treaty. ou discredit.fcMilo" cries: out before he is
I Detected Massachusetts. .And, Eden like, its centre lie. the free of known that he had spent part of the even
Vlilany of few advocated occasion make a personal assault negro our population.
I one good
th t Where mixing with Missouri's tide hurt about my "allocating some of his sentences ing brushing coats and blacking boots."
SeTn the residents of Chester C by the Fillmore Administration,and Ella BUtch, Esq., who ha had the patri The Miuiwippi's water bi Fortunate slave He saw none of these in rather an ingenious mamier} and

., ., have for months which the succeeding Democratic Administration courage to come forth from the And with majelti things. thereby makinhim out a bad grammarian." PRICE or CORN.-In consequence of the
subjected to and because of To foil.
injury outrage glut hungry sea
ranks and himself hencefortha I did not attempt to correct "Milo's" gram severe drought we learn from the Alexandria -
aside that ] avow as
"* their active efforts in the temperance cause. throwing petty jealousy Wig A Noble Specimen ot an Irish Women. mar. I hail no such object in view,anal 1 Gazette that corn has geately advanced
j, Recently theysecured a police officer from of party which have actuated the whigs in national Democrat. We doubt the policy Quarantine Law. .
Washington Sentinel relates the his did not say word about it, for, though in price in the country bordering Alexandria
I ?".-,,. Albany, who made it a point to mingle and their course on tbo Nebraska Bill, have and the good taste of a public journal thus It will be seen by an order of the tory of an active, and industrious doubtless his grammar was not without its and is now felling at high figures.

.i' .r*.* associate perate characters with several who suspected invited and desK him- I adopted and at length succeeding in effec using the name of a private individual dant, publshe in anthr column Inten'l Irish women, who intelligent exhibited a devotion I faults, I would not notice such venial errors It,is readily bringing$5 barrel in Lou-
.- whose ] "sin" been a free and h r while others, more daring anti less doun county. In Prince William at a sale
.> the have been
to them of only h quarantine regulations somoi6eda to the welfare of her kindred seldom
accompany on o their expeditions equalled. excusable, abounded in his logic. near Occoquan a few days it brought
-4 of outrage, robbery and ting.When the causes that now induce the forcible expression of his opinion his to permit steamers from infect ago
Incndiasm t We quote a follows: In reply to the last five lines of "MJo's"article. five dollars and five cents on a credit of

r ." They proposed t fire a gti blo ng j Whig t ast'aihitwbich, are nothing more I Itba fellow-citizens, and believe that in this case ,' e cties t pass our Port on their voyage "Eight or ten years ago, she came with I assure him that I long ago .di- nine months.

I t a gntm th nigbrho.however The t make a little hollow party capital,) 1 tbt it will b f from being a benefit t' to towns farther up th river. her father t our hospitable shores,a stranger pensed with the services of that respectable -

to the cause. Mr.Blitch estimate- but set foot the"soil of personage, the school-master, and need z-: Lady once consulted Dr. John-
J, through the officer to station shall hare passed away they will beasham-' Wig a This we suppose h been done in view ; scarcely on '

,. \ around, on the night it, was beflred.-.a guards 'e ever having opposed, and will fair. bIt citizen, has many friends in the community of the abatement disease in Charleston New York than she was engaged, without noqe of such his assistance feeble attacks in defending"Milo's myself" soIl ou the degree of turpitude to orchanL be attributed -
. t o her part, as a servent. With against aa ; to her eon's rvbing an
-'0' As they approached the ml one of them wipe that opposition from the record. : who will not approve of such a use this and Savannah, and believing th crisis to economy she saved a portion of her scanty and that it was not to defcml "Cohanzy," "Madame," said Johnsonu it all depends

t! tumbled desperate over one of te but a, when villain! a Again it L* asked: name by a public print."Mile. have passedwhich heretofore demand s rig eing and from time to time sent money who requires no defenceandofwhose identity on the weight of the boy 1 remember my

; effected his struggle' tU the > 'IFiflyou' support a party that, 1MlroT I' ." idaqutine The authorities of Jackson- the 'old1 a well a the young I am igqorantthat I'took up the cudgel," school-fellow, David Garrick-who was always
o. escape, ,until recognized. a
DOt folk at hom.' but merely to shew uMilo's" presumption little fellow robbing a dozen orchards
,.": A11 the the advocates the Nebraska a I We find in the are from wishing to or inconvenience -
escaped during Republican"picce"
C oppress and folly to write with but the first
f &The object of her to be again in trying a political article impunity; very
& struggleleaving of with behindatwenty.five pound bi ofrdt"nan a b to the aboli from the pen of this rue character to their neighbors, and considered united with her nat her\, and this before he had learned to express himself -' time I climbed up an apple tree for I wu
keg attached.
'. powder committed a U Subsequently tio our correspondent "X, in .which the latter It her right and duty, a holding th encouraged t exert her energies with that coherently. always heavy boy-the bough broke with

, .i depredations they eucbusbearinborsei various other The question might better hare been asked most generously, absolved from any attempt Key of tho river t guard th people above view; 1 paid the passage of the frt Mr..Editor, it is said that a "little learning me, and jt was called a judgment. I sup-
strip- I one of themn and then another is a dangerous thing," and so is a little pose that U why justice represented with
:' i others atvle thus: Will you support partythe at the them from the approach of dis ttoC ,
1 t "', >g .z' cutting down fruit nr misrepresentation,'on gu "gt her five or six sisters were fluency of words, for nothing is more liable a pair of scales.
.orchards, and fire 'to anddestroying era portion of which hurls'its that .bent ease."
the fiat upon h h th fun' i safely landed in 'America. Latterly, the ,than facility writing, to lead astray /

; been with them all the,a ti you and yonrInsUtutlonind which endeavors : word fO wrftIngabadpiec& "d that .Ter'h hoped In doing this ,to!render 'dear old mother' joined her children in those who by careful and laborious attention, CUCAPCK PAPER.The-New Orleans Ru that' a'-
f hyrinr believe -
: : .. gained sufficient. denoe-badih.'vhole, to construe or destroyihe Can she did no\know any 'thing..abt' the theirneighborsi rvicewMch wou begratefully this city; the husband having died several. might, in time, arrive at respectable proficiency trim the okra says' fcWe of are the inclined South 1a to destined to

party, eight in number, arrested.They tti that yotf my become mere vasU abject he undertook t, u'upon." acknowledged:instead (receiving years ago of cholera, in New Jersey The after; but who,because multitude they can words,cover alleviate the plant grieuuaeriI under whkh all

' took the matter very coolly until, the lad oflt > .* t governed them Yrhap -?X?.may be i a meur cxcusafolnthisaf abuse and'contumely in return.; energetic entire amount Irish of woman money of contributed whom by have the page though there paguwith he a mighty a void :.of cense,', publiaherdom labors We have seen specmens -
friends we
.. .cr-9the12 supposed { con WHl,yott support .party whose Not noticing the discourteous in have reached of white rope manufactured -4
.: federateswas Mut h discoursed upon : manner been speaking, for transportation flatter,themselves that they, strong' -
cafleduponto testify against apk will
r _, them. Their bravado immediately vmnUhi e prto display!such a pitiful written by .". SloW Iff H-":X which aome'of the citizens of Palatksbaveexpressed Isover five hundred and fifty dollars/purposes the highest degree'of art, and dare attempt ti-omits fibre, If it will make rope exorbitant it -

f *d, and the/' instantly became the most 'oTj-our' 'rights-which) Since.writing,.the,above ire T recelf! their and thecoone n After stating thai a younger brother and flight*,that minds more becoming'Iymodet, c.rtjniab must paperj come down the present materially,lot' : -
the femoral of- shrinfroin.Thusit JI1With"Mi1o. But, prices
df wretches on varkms diargc. *They. i regret strictlon* the cause of a tb 1.,1 ..' ,t J tt''ch 1 bcolumn. applied I t the town Jacksonville, ;it I.! sister are-attending achool Oath r. "expense if ho 'will taka piece of friendly advice, he supply -of.the raw material will be UlnezhaihWiicbesp

"if 1 f't ounfl, !1f another <'. enough Ir .ltt:to kncw.tbat th.and,'that the elder,brothers art no*_at_ work and not be anxious to-obtrude_his crude i .*'


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l r"nzz n. 15 rr. part*of act en.fICttnWIth the proriaioa.of thi* I JacIcaoaTllle PezaaJaUna. .p. thooazy'ThilI J. McRobf Baker and Reamtlag s.uUabMaCan .

,"e r.1.'eMIl' act, be vnd tbe same are hereby repealed. -- ..VI'J'laGTOX HOWL IxP'D'E2.: Tsek-.d. usssUse c.-lm. ,
r..n.z.fWtlv.tn' I [Passed tbe Senate,December ..ms. Passed i I SAVANNAh GEO.lUtabCahed ..-
(1_ .s.-d eM i the House of Representative, December 29. ISiz. 8ep'B. Staa4ty. J'1&i CoL 1:a Feint : Tea Depositary; CHANCERY NOTARY PUBLIC ,1852.13

othenris* ordered the followm* quanta Approved by the Governor, ,January 8 .J Ptoi J. B.Gray, d.; Mr.WaIbrcIeIL-Ca,>- I tfIJ '.- Removed to tac. -lf w Store te Hoteea 73. '

tiae refutation w3J; be eafcreedit II' I kydo BalUrtl .ppwlt Dr.Saldirln'a A.MConnltfionfr > rrusahecaargThtefkIinbinpatissassugssein. .
Fives tit AW Fork s.pL Zth-GftL E. TU W. : """-" .. 2* their eoetiaud fateti, UiUt, 1kM 1*
>teasnen aba other vessel from Charleston orS..uII ErprtM. noplins j C. Ka- I P. START arm mvme the ehar;c/ .Offlee, Jacksontlk.UTRTRE .' for tke Atlantic and Guff
: Yellow FeverflejnI1tcences. I ba*,, do; \rWooa do; Cspt. E.5aW1l lady this Institution on the lltkct September I. b Stalu.- a4ditfa to Ute i ia firiar seqsIn4 .
win be allowed to enter the water of f!sfer.Uaas kep e< >sUatly onaandalarn lad hiss daringhi.h.-TinItWZIgtaM awl,. jot'
-, TTe learn from 1 ; L.A.MjaidN.YR.II.McWain, wood opposite tk* residence of.Mr. Swart TV well svlwtod I. u : ty by .
our marine that Mr. L. oa assort meat of .
.4 the StJusrt1. within thia corporation under reporter S, C. ILTkoapm, do; ( Rrannaa Fla Forsytk street I lead au and arrttfetMi* for itaoa! r .

. 't the Ulewiajt-restriction: Upon their aniTal6-oaa Brant,at chief this port mate from of tbe Charleston ship Columbia died,oa which Saturday arrived Sept. TTlfc-N. IL BiddleeoaL Fla| H, Bryant 'I Tern, perqaarter, frasiiW.OO'to .. Xn- DSU08 LID Mrr1rTtU.,' v MeQoeenATTOENEY ldnt"lt business by wklefc be ta aowMabl dl D7t A free** '

to *i Col, IL T. Titn*,do| Hichmaa.do Qea. B. striation hi ke Always received by tk* latest arrivals,warranted variety of Colon eo8Bk.soel TfoOM DrisssipSbaU
CbarlestoB of Savannah they will required at sea, of yellow fever; also, that Captain j ,, Drawing. -, ztnekarr**, ill
Hodo. fresh AT LAW wl be tneta 1riD reMnU7JINM
aad TcnniB is
1 Revel of the from ept 9--4L' ( Also ,
brig Philura Savannah instant _
anchor ia the centre of the stream or thereaboutsa
Cmaka Jacksonville E. F. who favor hiss with their iatroaag*'
Perfumery, ,Itrashe, Seeps nay >
and J. H. Levine steward let instant died ,
safficient length of time to allow of the despatch from,the same disease. iiiM4I.nINIi INTELLICBNEC.AKBJVZD. ., Lkaipa, Baralat Fluid, dir. Gentlemen' Oarmeata Dy d, Cleaaadratod Zenn. -'

-. et the certificate of the Port Physician as to tbe I 1& U to be hoped that these unpleasant facts.. PULASKI HOUSE 'wbichnillbe.ouinwforeh.c.ct7 B* M. Pearson, a* may h* required. ht the aaaa mdor
... to this office. After PORT OJ' order solicited and panetaaUy attended style whIch ka gavfly a*aaaak tt ssssd kis vatmns
keafchfolae of afl on board seeing the dreadful ravage the disease is making IACEsplfTILLL AT LAW. .

which, the United; State mails, and ail person f in .ni* of our sister: cities elsewhere -will impress PALATKA, E. FLA.THIS cI toJ Pbviiciaas'prKripUonptitpwilk: care and ATTORNEY JacbouTiUe,11a. Ladies'and f Bonnet rWad*. Dyed Bleached, sad rd Ia
the Health Officer the .
upon necessity of a rigid new aad pleasant Establishment recently
in the cities of Charleston
,bo have not been or the most fasbiutabti OrdnCroatka.
and careful quarantine. Serious aa may be the inconveniences Sept 21. Brig Abiooa Stalknlght, X. T.w : : ap for the accommodation of the Traveling TEAS. style _
,avannah within five days,(except such u coming temporarily experienced by the shipping M Sckr. WUwaakie. Proviilenco. Agent br the New York Pekta Tea Company. Felix Livln slon try punctually attended t* Tnu .
Combs sad
Public unsurpassed by hither- ,
that ban not tarried thereiioverooegbtmaybeiieettothewhrL : interests If Johnston any ea* Tea of direct importation and of 34 varictiw from When parcels ar* eat by steiaib**! or ,
from points beyond city they are as nothing in comparisonwith
Mohawk Boston. .! 1111II. for the
to established of
open reception ATTOKITEYctCOTOCXLLOE AT LAW shoald the
On the panic and general derangement of business 25. a l-4tol Ib. ins package all warranted aad at I- word b* sent ken by letter tferaagm C'
-Brig Batb
Poinsett Hill Boarders Mrs.
: by M.
Mperatended Zawadtkl
which would be the result of the u extremely low prices.. Jacksonville 1 t\ PtisiOci ti>Uaa&be as, bow whsnet4 -.II fcrtbm. -
returning from PalatV,the rmsd will be required: appearance, Schr. Prospect, Nichols Backsport. who** earnest ear will b* to pleas all tad t. '
: everyone -
at this tone, of ouch a disease in the city. We is Ceresco EUswortk.M tVCountry Dealer supplied, ty order- TTTJLL attend to any 'pz eeaivasl bushiest eaV -
Smith who will ia. The
tt come to anchor as on going op when all : have the pant Miramer bvcn severe sufferers by 26.-Bark Nabai-k Howe N. Y. pKtfaUy solicited can public. patronegr S. QUN5KI Is res tnt aetompanied with Ca.h. \ tnutedto kirn ia tke Courts of the Eastern Jill 3 ALEXASDEX QILLOTAT.pfechanlcsIaventorsand .

freights,excepting fruits; and vegetables may be in |! one scourge which Providence be praised is now M 27.-Brig Sea Belle Holme, Betfastis sep.23-6m GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, Ic, Circuit and of the Saprem Courts of Taaakiwee.He Jlaa1lfUtuen.-

like manner Laded together with such persons as leaving u> ; !let us see to it, that nothing on our Brig Catharine Rogers Colburn X. Y. also always. Veptoa. .. baa also sock aa advantageous connection with
Mreinbe"orel'\\'I1'\-d part be wanting to ward .ff another one, that isackniwledged 23.-Brig Ellis Ann Famham Bueton. Administrator Notice. jalyS-ti T. MCMILLAN. aa able Lawyer at Washington City,a* win *Mrar* S57X( D&CASH PRKZS.Votc $7O.
to. ,
are to be. in under a prompt and speedy collection of sack clahni a*
a greater degree, MONTHS from date hereof I win apply to tTn m"Scrxmne Antfttacommenee --
I haTe the honor to be, yotir nut obedient servant hnniau e.nt... It i i. a Well aocortainrd bet that CLEARED. SIX *Judge ot Probate of Alachna county, E. NEW SKYLICIITlazllctaian may be placed labia hand against the UaitedStates. the or 16th of It inWd" .
en I
F. C. ILULRETT.INtALtMJ.. in nearly nil cum where a faithful quarantine 1ms Sept. 21.-Schr, Joseph Once, Roger, N. Y. Fla-, for a final discharge from the further adrolnutrativn july to i.1IIIIIt elC2IIbIt..tNf J/.

been oL lCrn j-elluw fever has been a stranger 23-Brig Brims Foster X. Y. of the FrtaU of Thomas W. Pylcs, decod. 6altrr( tlutnift at time wizen and ] IUnlI01".Y"f :
a sections of
country adjacent Brig Industry, Kerr, Sew. Haven. SAM'L K. PYLES, Phillip Fraser. and U edited IDea rkifled hvlbe Jets

Xcetiag at Palatka. I circumjacent were aflitlL-d with it' Brig Waccamaw, Humphrey, Easton August 26, -. .(p9-6m) Administrator. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.Jactfontitle aaJ.18_. by Probablr prsctieaUy no ether joaraal oL the
At a large and fully attended meeting of the c'ti-: : I It is tolerably certain that yellow \"er is not THE Sabscriberbe]; lese to inf>rmth ritiscn.t -
indigenous to this climate. It is native of Notice. Jackson ill and iU Fla- same character k so extensively ., or sa
ten of .Palatka to express their with regard -, not a v vicinity that ka still
opinion sIx months from
to the recent out rape committed on the steamer t any |" of the United Slates. It is foreign oripn date the undersigned adminO ALL PERSONS are hereby cautioned agaiat continues to keep open his 'UTfl.Lattend to aay prol'cAMOoil bounds enV generally esteemed for ralabUiar. Nearly

Welaka by the people of.I Jacksonville I and it comes to us-not in tbe atmosphere, Utrator, of the Estate of Joseph Vught deceased for, or in any way using, a Bounty : NEW \I truiU'l to him ia the Courts of the Eastern all th. :VafcabU Ptlntt wWeh tone weekly
will present final accounts and vouchers to Land Ko. for 160 of tool SKYLIGHT GALLERY from the Patent Office are iJhuliutltritA Egrtr*
On motion, the Major CoL UcVAL called like the cholera-bnt in the holds and cargoes of Warrant 11,839 acres Circuit and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee
to the Chair and M. A. WILLIAMS was Sccrrtary. vessels from foreign piirtt. It was in this way the Hon. Judge of Probate fur Putnam County for issued to me under Act of Congress of September on Forsyth Street, second door west of Dr. Hol He ha* aLI sock an advantagevon connection with lags, and tbecbUms of all the Patent are ,btubed -

.. appointed I' that it came from HM Janeiro t<> New Orleans last settlement and at the came time will ask to be 1350 on the 16th day of December 1831, .s said land's residence an able Lawyer at Washington City *s will ensure regularly in its eolnmns M they an beaedy,

The object of this meeting baring been etplain- siinmicr; and when the .mrge made its appearance discharged as such administrator. Warrant was last lost out olin possession some Where he fs prepared to take pictures in a manner a prompt and speedy collection suck claim as thus making iC a perfect Sctxmrc un MacaAjnCALbCTCLOFXDUcfBiCTinatioa -

ed by tie CAairroan. a committee s( ph ix were appointed -; here in 1831, it was introduced bv a orig- Sept.30-6m MELTOX IEATNE Adm'r. time in the month January, 13.V2, some where not surpassed by any. He has spared no expense may be placed in his hands against "the United upon the tab

to draft revolutions expressive of the feeling
of this meeting, consisting of Gov. tll.dt", these f.tct, nwrvly to how the value .f quarantine Fo& ale. 2T applying to the Commisniuner of Pension for reception room for ladies fitted ap ia a neat and EngUttring ud the Sciences generally. It M>

J. L. KirkUud James Hurt Cot Wm. II. II.d.. I Iladirnatioa and the vast responsibility devolving upon lIE Subscriber would of dispose his in a duplicate thereof. MARTIN EXX1S, tasteful style, besides his large fine Skylight, enabling J. B. Cokrr, pqblbheil weekly fat qaarta torso saitatOe lot htad-

man. II. R. Teasdmle and Joseph Uosenwmd.Tbe : those whose official duty it is to see to it that no Ves- Jacksonville.Sail property sept MJw Warrantee..CaareUan' him to take picture in groups or singly in ATTORNEY AT LAW, tug and each voIumM eoatame Fear Ilaadreiraajl

Cmnmitb-e through their Chairman made tIC!. from yellow fever {torts are i rmitted to have clear or cloudy weather. He feels confident of Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter, Several Haa
tbe following report: I communication with n*. able property house e insists of two lots and a eomfor Notice giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with July 7 ytimannille. Fit.Bradford. Iy dred Engnrings with a fan aad cetapleto ladetf. a

Xclork was visited by this di,case as earlyas dwelling pleasantly locate at the a call. lIe is thankful for favors lit cirmUtioa oo Urt"1 Volnnr wxraeded .3,009
WTtfrtan we bare been informed that the town West end of U hereby given that thirty days from past : and hopes
of Jacksonville his established quarantine regulations the year 1741. From that time we bear of it, commaud.4 fine Bay street upon an eminence which NOTICE date shall apply to tbe Hon. Felix to receive a continuance of the sane. Those II hoI Smith c.t copies per week and the practical receipt fareawvolame C
view of the river.
by which the Savannah and Charleston pvriodicdlly, iu 17-12 17S1, 17 .">, lists, I7!'j, 130<), I Both lots a Livingston, Judge of Probates of Doval County, do not want pictures, are respectfully invited to AITOUXKY AT LAW are worth to any faaafly vach Bsore tka* ,
boat are ordered to remain at Dame Point fur I l'uc;, is
five days, m berth v the town and landings above : follows : flower gnnlen. in the town of J Jacksonville belonging U Eliza I italy 8-tf M. W. GRAVES. 1H CHAHC53T: The following Cares Pmn ar efftred Ir tile ,
In 17S.T! 732 death For term, which will be arcnmodating, enquire Pnbfishf for the fourteen lists ef raMrri- ;
Jacksonville on the St John river and a great Jones an orphan and minor the same to be soIl AOigalar and IfdrnaArciUe fJo. Urgent
portion of Eat Florida are illegallv and nnju"tly! '! In 179s, 2'f'J' of the subscriber on tbe premises. for the benefit of said minor. YOung Lady's SomiMry.I WILL attend promptly to all business etitnutcdto Len sent m by the l.torJanaaryIS>tlOO win t.
excluded frum all intercourse with Savannah mid i I In IH.I, C70 July 22-tf C. 31. PICKERING.TVTOTICLi J. B. HOWELL. I. tkem. be given for tile Urgest lirt; t7S for 1M'IMODCI.

Charleston ; whilst pursuing tier course up tbe rirer. in oppoxi- '; 1"1!', 123 is hereby given that six weeks after Ofice I Office XewniasvUle. fifth ; *43 for the sixths $40 for tke seventh | S3S
at at
1dte I Alligator. j
lion to-Mich illegal enactment was tared into by I I In IKI. s.-.tj I, I will apply tbe proper office in Washington Notice. for the eighth: $30 for the mntk; S2S for th*teal*; -
the people of said town : ThereforeJifiUfii Iu I'M>o,the eactement re'utnfrom the prE'.a-1 I City D. C far the renewal of my Bounty CO-PARTN'ERSHIP under the firm of THE MISSES KEa\nCK.rrom Sevrznahrc'- Julj-7-ly "ZO f-r the eleventh j *15 for the twctflk f 10 for

,That we consider the enactment of such I'nce..f tins !*.f>ur,v w.i unmT.-al. At that Land Warrant No. 39.696 fur (SO) eighty Acres. THE" PICKXEV .t CO, is this day dissolved. -I !, inform the inhabitants of Jack unj j. y. MURDOCH, the thirteenth: *3 for the fourteenth. TIle'..It1riJl J

regulations by the town of Jacksonville as uu impudent tlie population of tae cty: was alxmt 7t'"'-', and <>f''i I i i*.ui>d in ray favor the 10th of June, 1!52, ant sent i The settlement of its affairs by mutual j sonvill and its vicinity, that they intend opening a I be paid to the order of th*sseeeal i

and audacious umptioii .f pow.-r to control that) niiriibcr it is computed th.it no fewer than ,, t'> \Vra. IL Hamilton os my Agent, which warrant agreement d.\t>lyf'S on WILLIAM 31. TUNNO SCHOOL on the lit September for the iik.trut.tiou :Pb.3TEIiciLm tor immediately after the the htof .

the navigation of the $t. Johu's river and a< 27," > |It'r"nll fled from the c-ty.. In 14 4-> per- !I'I either through the negligence or vilUnny of sail : to whom all persons having demands or being indebted ', YOITNO LADIES in all the branches of an H AS reniove l bu office from apposite Ih* Enf- Trays:-One copy one year; f i; on*

evincing acuntcfnt_ >tuou4 diMtrgard .f the right i soils died w.th it in Brooklyn but sin.rulolrl'j' Hamilton has been Ufet to me, as I have never recover arc referred. Enrich &Jucatbn.Term5. I Cngton lions to his dwelling on Futsytb-st month. 91; five copies six months 94 1 eoepeti1 1

and privileges of the town above that p'.ice.' ot fiiousUew York csc.itH.tLFrom said warrant nor have I ever trnfe-fered or WILLIAM M. TCXXO. from 94 00 to 83 00 per Quarter. Ornamental near Mrs. Dojrgett's. July l' -ly tix months, 99; ten copies twelve

which no body of men in the full possession uf i! ditiposul uf the same to any person whatn>eer.. R. Q. TINCKXEY JR. branches extra. fifteen copies twelve month, $22; tweaty

their iHfi_ and faculties! would have Urn guilty. tfif .rfur-i if tie 1VJ. JAMES COOPER. Charleston, August 3Lt, 1334.SerLl tYoun: :U'lies from the country (pupilcan S. i\, \\iHianis, twelve month, 9 23 in advance. t

J: .Ir*J That we difia ourselves competent t4-. ?p23-6m 2J3 be commudtte with boarl_ at the house formerly COMMISSION MERCHANT Xo number subscriptionf abaft twenty can b* i

judge of what the interest and hellth..f ..ur town THE FEVEB.-There has been a nice Cf>rrc poudcrce Notice. occupied by Mr. Cre po. Jackionrille, Fla. taken at less $1,40 each. Xante*eaa be ae&t ia at .

k, require, and will tike snrh *tep a* will prevent in the time of the breakm-j out and the fifth and The Subscriber baud and for safe a different times; aid from different Post Office t
TIlE last instalment of the stOCk of the constantly on gen-
t for the future the impertinent interference of JackMHiville i THOS. J. RESDRICC3. JiXES H. CHESS. KEEPS
i. in what ill and shoald be, our exclus.vc- |!j ;'! .rail progress of tie! yellow fever this: year I JL Jacksonville anJ Alligator Plank Iioa4 Companv Continnes the business heretofore carried on UDder To Planter and Lumbermen. eralaasurtmentofGROCEflIES Southern. and Western money taken
J j I Iud the %ear ls-;>. The o Mcknvas readied its eLinaxj has been called for and is payable at the office tbe name of TL'XXO. PIXCKXEY .t ('0.ao.1 AND PROVISIONS, tions. fornbecrlpI I
tl..n. in the week the I 16th of : tenders hU frien'l tha .qDl rnncd having formed a.eopartinrship Letter*sbouli be directed postpaid;
{ AV.rfr< f That the act of the people of j eiidii'g of Treasurer on the first day of October next to renewal of his er- ; THE of the teltctivns .
? Jacktonj j The List week will, also! be found; this yieei. WILLIAM TL'XXO the parposeoftraeuuactizug a Co. 123 Fulton-Street, Y. Y. J
'| cI..lIIber.-1 UEORGE W. ,
villc. in into unarmed boat the CALL Siec'y- and win sell them lower for CASH than
f tiring an mm ing General Merchant they can
I Business fa
exceeded in mortality any '. September 23 l9iil-6.m. Sept< 1 2JJJacksonTllle at Newts Mfsjf Jfc Co. are extensively engaged :
United States mail! in the of b elsewhere hi tile Sunik.
quiet performance its bought
t, ;I the reports of the last hiur davs have. \ a regular -. MAUXOLIA }.. l\ procuring patent for new mventioM.and win allt

John duty. and, to.when tile imminent bound to risk another of the port lives on the of thc St. falimg off from the Ingbeat mortalily, and we j Z-- THE CHEST. J. and Alligator. 1'laiik KoaJCompany. I wool, respectful! call! the attention, of all who are price Country produce taken in exchange,July at leberal 8-ly vise inventors,without charge; ia regard to the nv. I

have now every reason t and \ Pin ASTI.KY cheaply large
Mssengers crew is an outrage desert'ing tif ant COOPCR n.\ltr., )JD"9 "VTOTICE is that
the climax that lit-ncrfortli the of the hereby git en an application
the reprobation of -vc-ry ri"ilillodlmmumty., and cp.deinic will be d nnar-l. course the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a IN lie made at the next session of the General I well selected Stock Groceries, consisting in part of I t/t Jacksonville FoundryYACHINWRKS.j. NotIce to Mariners.BtuconLithton I
Dry Goods
the of ,. will bo visited I Queenware
cotincquencts we tni-t The report of the ('ty R.-!Vtcr, of them to the utmcwt extent of the l.tw.Rftnlr Caps, GrockeryandGlitnware
npon the |I'JIIa to the I'ih..f S'i.t.'iub.T, is as fallows: Great Preieutatite of Consumption of the Charter of the above named Company -I Boot and Shoes A Beacon Light ha been established ia the Pa-
J Medicines
+ That our warmest thinks at'due to Drugs, ,
fi. the Fromtlloiv fcvi-r, 1ZJ white M.lultI! achullrcii bac AtD joly 29-3m Irun Nails Paint I [ tapeco River at the site of Fort Carroll 9*Her*
Captain King. r coolness and determination Oils .
courage ;i 1 black adult ; of all other dt-e-ts.-; ., ..;.. UNFAILING cna: FOR PULMOXAUYDISEASES Point FUU, situated newly midway tile River
with which he has Hardware and Window I
hit Glass.
performed duty to U that Cutlery I Sulscriberi, made and J
Ol thone who died uf ,.cll.f..n.r.! 1"7 were AJOTICC hereby given an application mIlE haying s\teiuive between I1..wkin'llDol SoIIcr'e Poiata.The
the people of East Florida, iu spite of the illegal iN Particular attention paid to the Provision Busi .
foreigners, ly of the United and 1 child of will be made to the next session of the Gen- .1. valuable improvement in their establishment Sortaward .
aDd violent opposition of the town of Jacksonville. Charleston. Statti without the use of Medicine. I c ral .\Iem'1l, for an act of incorporation Bank nc.-u. Hay, Born, 31ca Pork Floor Bacon Fish are now prepared t.) furnish Beacon u to the Eastward and
of the Main from which it b distant atom
I \\rediiesd-jr.. Sept. lit II) P. M. Sir A. G, 3rt. invented and aihued the use II t. be located in Jacksonville Molxsses, Su'or, constantly on hand in large quantities. -> Steam Kn lrcs, Of any required power from one-fourth of Channel a mile.
Itfuulrfd, That we trust the Charleston boats will .
of the
There hav.? bc-en 41 deaths from cJlow fever for ang. 12-3ra I 1 to 100 horses ;
manifest equal buldues and rcinton! : in the n-s-s-: j j MEDICATED FUR CUESTPROTECTOR I Produce of all kinds an.ha..el Saw JUU. The IBauinating Apparatus is of the 5tk order,
the :
tance to these unjust and ippryive regulations i jMet 5 Notice.A All invited to call befure Catadkiptric} i* elevated thirty-seven feet (37
j are making purchases
? >rl4 Irt P. M. all of all and eonditons s>usir Mills;
cptcm M. persons ages as a I b
I love ordinary low water sad seea, aa-
and that they will be tained in such a course TO elsewhere. ; may
by I PPLICATIOX will be made the
to next fienJPi.
J There have been 19 deatlui from yellow fever for certain and a safe shield against consumption Horse Pow-en:
of the frm elevation
i der
the atmosphere. ea
of East Florida ordinary t
great portion N B.-A
j j of
assortment Goods such
the past 24 hours. Bronchitis, A'thtna. C >ugh, Cod! aad ether afflictions eral Assembly for amenduwnt to the Charter large Negro Grid Mills
i 7.VW pnK.vet.-diiij i
> meeting September I:. l'> P. M. of the LUll;, which arise from the exposed of tbe Florida Railroad Company. [(jnly29-3a aa Kerseys Blankets, Ac. and aH ether ma hlneir ne4 in this country. 12
rtatute miles.
r r! published in the Savannah l'wrk."to M. AuI t or I
tine and OcaU There hive been 19 douths fivm yellow fever for I state of the chest affording tof.as/ sn, and the July Iron and lira,s Castings.f By order of the Light-House Boards

t t)1.gu paper I>. MOSELEY. 'i i I tlie 1'.J..t 24 hours. continual changes of our climate. NOTICE is hereby given that application will I (- Steamboat Saw Mill, and other repairing. 1L BREWERTO.X
j ; 1/ P. )r. I to the next General -A'seuibly i i e-Tx ,
I CHairnuin .f tJ.e Outnuiittff. j SfptmlxT K I "The Protector"is siiniily a chemically preparedfur I LIVERY STABLE. at short notice.f .
Carp Enfrntert.Rjlianort
There have been 17 deaths from yellow fever for lined tbe State of Florida for an amendment of the All frmn will be
The above resolutions voted with silk and pad Jed, which .n Subscriber i machinery pnrchajel us Md 7 ISitII
were tcjMrattIr "OIle'll u now prepsreJtoaoconimo.late Attfvtt ,
and were unanimou pa, upmi tlie past .'4 hours. i i iSrptimber from thc ne<-k, covers the thet iu so .Charter incorporating the Town of Jacksonville.VTOTICIi I, TIlE. customers in any way shape manner,' put in operation in any part of the Mate by

J.'0. DeVAL Chairman. ] ;: 17, Irt P. M. I manner that,once worn, it becomes a nece**/ and .ug 19-311I I in brad rate style from splendid horses and car- competent machinists, wheu desired and upon oe & Co' Patent Ground 8...

M. \. Wittum .w""t.,, the There line been 25 deaths from yellow lever for a comfort. --APPLICATIOX will be male tf I ria cs, dawn to horseback riding. reAsonable! terms. Suhferihen maonfaetv, (tea the best

I'alatka September I*, :. past 4-i hours. I' !| The Protei-tor," although recently introduced -I 11 the next General Assembly fbr a Charter I Parties waited on at any hour of thus d"lor Drawings and Estimates fornlsrnM, without THE. SteeL CIRCULAR SAWS, from two

--- There h- been 40 Monday deaths fruia Sept. 1 In fever M.for ,| into America is making rapid progress through authorizing the construction of a Railroad fr rnCeJar I t night C.IU.made to'wsy part of the city fur persons charge. JIOOXEY & nOOK IX. inches to eighty inches fa dim.ter. Their Saws

An Act respecting Quarantine and Health Law I thi- past 72 ire lumrs. yellow tbe Toiled SUte, the Cauados south America Key to the Georgia Slat line in {be direction -, who wish to take the steamer July S-tf Founders and 33'hiniI'I..01UIa .ts. are hardened and tempered and are ground and

Lt it '1UIrl,11'I II. Sr",t4 ad Jf>,*e ,/ / /'I"i i!!i[ KOPEE HO-.PIHL.-The Cliainnnn of the Board anJ the West Indies. It has for a long time of ). Geo. ang 19-3' Evety..rtk>. will La -.Ie tu.& 5k moll woass finished by machinery designed xpraaly-for tk*

.,Wlir.. .f tlt C"ifJ .'Yal.lI. i. (",/nlflf 4lQU1.l. .- of Trustees rxporU to the friends of the iust.tution.: |I been a staple article in England and on the continent II. \. BLISS d: I!. W. BItS & 11"\I purpose, anti are, therefore,mackfuprir to thoe
.!. That the quarantines and other restraints ;,: that t. the 17th in.tdnt. tUi're have Ufii ri ht- of Europe| while it has grown in many countries Notice. "' July 8-tf_Near the BuCnyton House. Jarkrmrille I ground in the usual manner, aa they ar*strengthened '
which shall be required and established the ; to the ].Milion of an art o'lt' of by .
two adm.;:#:onit into the HiM.tiition.; Of tlr* nil in- SIX I
J health laws of any Mate, or pursuant therein, re- I.r. nineteen died, and nine lure been cliarjed i To demonstrate the-* facts enquire of any English miuiMrator of the Estate ur.J_ C. Cole, deceased .\ CARD.T ARE nc prepared to execute romptlp onler regularly from the cutting edge to the eertre, eavfe >
els bound resident in your 'l.inilyof au knowledge of will float and vouchers WOULD take' this method of informing ny Steam Engines, Saw Mdb, Sugar Mills nently do out become heated 3
pectmg any ve*: arriving in, or tn, any cured-the n t are und<'r treatment. present at-ceunts to or buckled ass
district | the bencfi-ial effects of the Protector I J. friends anJ customers and public generally that ant PABfr Unit MJIs, Hun Pc.lrepJ ma and .! '. ,
in timber.
tln-frof whether from
port or a .r..i.tl i -- ---- wearing the lion. Judge of Probate fur Putnam county,for produce a great saving 'ii
port or '. or from another district of the) t"u.-: An Act to amend and lmpllf the Election | WITHOCT KKCUI-.E to l>uoTf>RiM.of any LiniL The settlement an I will at the same' time ask to be framer the great fire in Jacksonville, I have re-e*- Brass Csxjtinpi, and every variety of 314hiuery.; ; They manufacture Cast Steel Mm PU saul

ted State*, shall be duty ulnt-rvrd by the C.ii
and all other officer* of' the revenue of the 1'iuted :ecriuf I. Be it tnafUd by i'j.e Stna'.e and one will List sonic years. N<. one who values the I Administrator.S. GLIXKI, ,I of I>;. Baldwin where I have opened the t and other repairing. all of which they have for sale, or they auy

States, appointed and employed for tinfeveral tvuc of Repr *(l/trtjtu nf tut tlale of Florida j jin health W a..l ir ur hit faiuilv Will l let "ith
collection district. .,f such Sta'tea -pecti\'elr. and General Aurmbly con yen ed, That the I .ll i f i them. The Hupilils in this country are not alone _. lralor.1 j Dru; and Medicines Chemin, Perfumery Fan- "l steamll; 141 hand their variety of Plows. Tinv* throughout the United States and Canada.

by the ma>tcrs and crew of the soreral revenue every election shall l I.e ojicu 'l at nine ,'e9Cko: I recommending. them, but rapidly introducing them. In the Circuit Court Putnam count. -r "..:.i.., cvmu. r.mJ.M. Canjles. Garden antI ,! JIII. ic, to which they respectfully in- n.esnwAc1a'-

cutters, and by the nlil.tanofficers wbo slmll < the morning, or a< soon thereafter as practicable I Ilareourt Dradly .t Ca. of Louilon, and Manchester I Eastern Circuit of Florida. I:I Flower seed, Borning Fluid, Lamptrceks and I! *. july 9lyI 29 aad 31-Cold Street.

command in ant fort or statim on the 1Il.a..oJ-.- and s.L1lloe cl.He I at five o'clock in the at'tern-on. England were originally entrusted with the Anthony Robin, Executor of the last Will an.! Lamps, Paints and Oils, Window Glass, Putty, ii. i 7 PaWiiters of newspapers wk will art

And all such omn-rs of the L'niU-J State's *lt.dbe.\ ,, :.. 2. Jit it furUter enacted That the manufacture of the Protector, by the lamented Testament of Conrad VaaDohlcn late of said I, Soda Water and Mineral Water,cool and sparkling tlxo Pu.b1.1c. this advertisement three times with this sate and

and they are hereby, authorized and reiii.rcd| ; !; tr.r >bal! vote by ballot, and ca<-h person Dr. Cooper,and continue to manufacture according County,doee C'1ee-1' ,I sucee !ors to
faithfully to aid in the execution of such quarantine to vote shall deliver his ballot to hit original instructions and therefore recommend excepted. THE pain in
or pai' r A. .\. Van Dohlen and other, lie Heirs and Creditors lAtis >) 3, 11111 me.' Building hare inI printing niateiuIsbyprekamsfD.
and health laws according to their re>j.ectivctowers onrnfthe ID-pe\-tor!, or the Boarl, which those who would wear "The Protectors" to of said Estate, Defeadnts. Physicians can hare their prescriptions put ap I the amount of their bill for the adrertisesaeat.

{ and precincts and a.s they sliall be directj j i shall contain the name or Dawt's..r th? person or see to their being genuine. with care night and day. I' A I store and for sale, New York April &M, 1354. jyly-3ta
ed. from time to time, by the Secretary of the i iTreasary I fur whom the voter iiitenl- tote, and ReMEMBEll vats IS A bTASLE ABTICLE AND SO A XTIIOXY ROBINS, Executor as aforesaid July 8-tf THOS. MeMILLAN.V. GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE
of lie United : .. persons I P.1TtST 1h.1JJCIE. :\. having filed hU Bill on the Chancery side of GREAT HAIL ROUTE
is in- j jHE.rAIL
ato the oLe to which each pemon so nauie-1
Approved February ::.th, I;!". II I ten.led by him to be chosen,- the office to proccde PRICES. tbb Court suggesting; the probable insolvency D. Oak, FROM CHARLESTON TO NEW TORZ.

The Supreme Court has decided that "Ilie States or be Jcsi U.tc-l on the ballot by the person vo Gcsr'A: Sue, - SlS9esch! sail Estate : 11U Ordered,That all person having .JackMHtUle, Flo.Ci. Consist ig of Dry Goads, Groceries Provisions, I
of this Uuion in LVIIIKS d da. I claims against the sail Estate, a? Creditors or otherwise .. Hardwi re and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware I lESSeJ
may, the exercise uf their .p.lice j ting. <>- - 1,00 KEEPS hand
do, file their said claims with the Clerk of constantly on a fine anort- Hats arid Boots and Shoes
quarantine and health laws, iiitcr- Burs' .t MISSE d powers pass SEC 3Be it fiut'ur tnafed, That at the titLe Court in and for the said of fPment of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FANajiCY Through Fare from Charleston to WOmiortao, 8 00
dieting vessels coining from foreign ports or |M>rts j openinr of the poll tbe lox shall be pu'iUjJy nfienel HARCUL, BRADLEY A CO, I County Putnam GOODS which he offers for nle cheap large a iprtmeat 'oa or before the treaty-fifth day of January' A.D, t other suited the trade which
within the United States from landing pas bj one of the In |!<>re, sod exfu'ra, so that for ca h. Wilmiogtoa to Philadelphia, 14 00
1333. And that this notice be published in some invite the attention of ask
: the and them
and the and ; public, to
guud<-prescribe places t.Uk. tor enmU New-York t I. .
to Sew York .
it l that therein
ballots I Wilmington
tni7 >e wen there are no ; Jr'atc"- Repaired and Warrenled.Vim. I 00
and Kewspa >er in this Circuit once a week until the call anti/ examine their stork befor
t<> quarantine, iniMM upon persons ths bot sh ill then he closed, and shall not bea ain PrmiipaLWareboiwe. Cheajuiide With a choice of route between Wakloa and BaJtiinore. -
fUr violating the same; and that i.ch Li"//j opened until the pills are rloreL5rr London, Manufactory. 44 larktt Street Manchester expiration of said period. as they flatter thenwebes that they HP I
ia its j jof Given under hand ai Chambers this nineteenth (J rot he sell low for caoh
though affecting evmmerce trau'It.M 4. lie further enacted, That when the En eland, a can as as anyone eke country HTH\'O TRAINS will lear the South CaraSna C J
f't1r1I1atio, entnuMTce, prescriUng term upon i II. U. A On, are establishing Depots far the sale day of July A. D-, 1334.Signe.1,1 WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER proiluJe. JL Railroad Line
Inspectors shall have receive the balut! of Depot street CkarletOB f>|
which merchandize and jteraou shall! be ndiii.IU.-d j voter, one of them, without opening the same any, or of "The Protector" in ail ixtrU of America. Phy- [ Lit WILLIAM A. FORWARD (T* the room, adjoining the POt kffice.) T. ./CrnTOY. ( 31. W. GRAVES, at? A )1. and 43-4 P M, arriving in WQmiaztoB.daily,. AXortkCaruCnaat3AMaad2

into the ports of the Luited States, but precautionary permitting it to be openej or examined shall de- -.., furgenn*, Druggists, Clothiers, Dry G-wd.-* Judgt of Circuit Court of the CL hAVING retained from Europe againheaps rX.. IU-M. W. GRAVES would respectfully P X. paaMaVr*
regulation, to prevent vessel cng-aged in j ]iotHt it in the Knx Merchants, Hatters andMUliner ,.ljo Qentlemeu't Eastern Circuit of Florida.I jj&rk leave to offer his services to his old iffiorul the public that he still continues the by the second train will travel ever the WUauar-

commerce which front introducing disease. into the j ort. 'i .''... 5. Be it farther tiarted That the Clerkof Furnishing Store-Keepers are entrusted with tbe HEREBY CERTIFY that the above U a true friends and the public generally. With his I DAOUERSEAX BUSINESS ton and Manchester Railroad by daylight at Wilnington -
to they are bound; and th it the Statm may, wholesale and retail distribution them and to 'copy of the Order on file in my office. experience for the last twenty-six as a two trains
in tbe of such without iiy : the Election shall keep a pull book, or l list of the years one cthnr west of Dr. H. D. riollinj's residence. are despatched at 6 A If sad 3
exerciit police power liberal offered fur their \\"ITI'ElS hand and the Seal of office, at the Watchmaker he to entire &(. OD
voters.SEC. whom terms are enterprise, my hopes give Pil, the first tiaia only eotmectiDs at 'a
violation uf, exact the ruin power the iu owner Cmigreo or Cims'.jrii to :regulate. of i;i icomnterce 6. Be further tnacfcd That ss soon as I and a splendid opportunity opens to them fur safe Court HOUM i ia PaUtka, this 19th diy of July, A. to those who wish to have their. work done in a Jabksonville, July S, 1334. Xorth Carolina with the Seaboard aad Roaok

a quarantined .vessel and from the on | the IM>U of on election chill ha t e been final ly iloned, aol profitable biumen. D, 1S54. S. OLINSKI, I workmanlike manner. I TIlESRTNFiEU Railroad to Norfolk thence by steamer t* Balti.
pasnpws For terms apply to11AlCOUtT julj29-6ui Clerk qf C. C of Putnam C. J.-gT Watches Clock and Jewelry repaired at more ant both trains
board .f her, such fee as wiil to the State the canvass and count of the votes illeoinnienee, ; eoaaectias at Nudes with
pay | .
the cost of the detention and 4>f the purrlicatioo uf' ant shall l>e public, and shall toe completed before 'I.' BRADLEY i CO. Insolvent Notice 1 the hortesf notice. July S-tf Uiu. the opper route through Petenbarg, Rchiensd,mad

the vessel cargo awl al'pareloD board.?-7 How. !' adjournment of the In.'| cturs.SEC. :38 Ann Street, New-York. 8.Dr STATE } I Copartnership Notice. :- I Washington. At Raltunorebotk tines enmect with
7. lie it That the box being I QKPltlSrlQ the lines to Philadelphia aDd New York.
413. I further : ROYAL LETTER PATC.VT. Dural. I lIE undersigned i have this day formed a Co I
Same page-Mr. Justice Taney says: "The opened, the tulluU ,oontaine therein shall betaken i County of ) I T under the firm of MATTBICSSEX Steam Saw Mill, Corn .Mill, Shingle, I Public ar* respectfully informed that tL.s. EM

power of deciding from what port III'ports there i ill I out and counted; and if it shall be found I THE HYDROMAGEN, POLLY ANN JONES, Administratrix of the i., It O'JUia partnership an-1 will continue the Wholesale and I/ Lath and Plaining Machines, I are in first rote condition the Can ar*'ander the

danger.and what ship or crew blush be wade that two names fir the same office are found on the OR of John A. Jones, deced having filed Retail at East end of the to management of trusty and experienced Cottdaetors
ject fa* quarantine, and what/> "lnl"I;*. and 1I1Ib-1 game ballot or tu-Vet they shill not be counted; WATERPOOF, A ANTI-CONSUMTINE in my office a written suggestion of the insolvency 1o4ated/ orders city are prepared and the steamers from ICootk to Baltimore are
i ritiet are required to guard against >t, must, o noet all the ballots or tickets to be strung as taken out, Oork Solos uf said Estate; This is therefore to notify all persons CLOT1IIXG 4} execute navigated by able aad experienced eoaunaadera, '
natty. bekie to the State autboritien. If; for example. I. and preened to be taken to the Court House or I IXAI'rr4CYClUD having demands against raid Estate to present at tko corner of East Bay and Queen !//LUJIBER, SHINGLES, AND LATHS, thereby securing both safety aDd dispatch

New York shMuld be initijrcxmn enough to County site, as hereinafter pro\ide .r I them duly proved and authenticated to the Charlatan S. C. at moderate prices deliverable oa their wharf for Through Passenger and their baggage wfll b*> s-

i embairass her own trade, by placing quarantine Sec 8. JJc further enacted That Ute canvass HARCOUUT, UKADLET & CO. ,Judge of Probates of said County of Duval on or WM. MATTHIESSEN, shipment or on the street for rity tue.rjTTenns sent from one Depot to the other, free of charge !

t all vessels from suspected porta. "ben apprthcn- being completed duplicate certificates of tbe result 44 )brltet-St. Manchester.Principal I before the first day of March out when there will July- 1, 54- WM. P. O'HARA.I3f CASH.JTJ along the route. C I

atone are felt that it I the Ch-ilerai) may again suddmly shall be drawn off by the Inspector or Clerks containing Warehou*t, 102 tt'ood-Street Cheap-I be a pro-rata distribution of the funds belonging to I Manufacturing EttaUixhment, 36 Pratt Apply to, E. A. DKCUTTE, ThrOugh Ticket to WBauagtoa, Xortk Catelka.eaab .
make its appearance in the great marts of j in words and figures written at full lengtht tide London England American LttaMu'tmenlt I laid Edtate amongst the Creditors therMo ; street JVcir York, under the rttpcriutendanet. f'M. On the premises. *bad ef O. F. TOLK. R>Agent .*f the Soatb

Eaitipean trade, this Court certainty would not j the whole number of votes given fur each office at 38 Ann-Street cV 102 .Y 2fanaii.-Slrett fit* Witness my hand and the seal of J' [aug. -2am-2m X. B. Corn ground on toll, at any hour of the Carotinr Railroad CorapaayLiB*street Ckariestoa,

undertake to determine that these laws were j I suck election, the names of the persons for whom York. U S. ( ..] sail Court of Probate, this the Dissolutiou ot Copartnership. I day. july 156mCHARLES South Carolina anti to Baltimore, Pkikvdelpbia, *r ."

proundW-ss and precautionary measures unnecosary such votes fur such office were given, aol the DUmber 'IRE| Hydromagen is a valuable discovery for 23th day of August A. D., 1334. is hereby given that the copartnership I New York at the Office of the Wilmington and Ba- -
and the law, tberefiire, nncoustitutioiul and of votes so gi\entu each person which certificate : the feet from damp or cold, and FELIX LIVLXGSTOX. NOTICE G. Butler A Co, was disulved on the DcWAIJ4Jacktonrillc. leigh Railroad Company WQatiagtoa C.

that any passenger may bind at his own pleasure; shall be signed by the lu'pcrtors ant Clark ; therefore a preventative of many Lung diseases, Judge of Probates of Duval County. twenty fourth of July, by mutual consent. A..LTCTJOJ\l..: ..: Forf urther mfonaatna apply B.6TEVZXS

and however groundless the apprrhcnsions, and i iIwwever and that no return shall be rejected fur Informalityin icWiout any dOcloringuhalcDu. The HydromagenM aug26- J. G. Butler U authorized to settle the businessof Fla. AgentChanteetoo,5.C_jaly-14
iniumiai and uncalled for such regula-! in the form of a sole, and worn inside the boot or the concern. Prompt payment of outstandingdebts
tbe certificate without there is clear indication
Ann may be, still if adopted it.* by the State tiff )! of fraud in the pneee-liogs., shoe. Its medicated character is a powerful anti- J. A. BAn BEE, due the firm is requested. SALES ia any part of the County attaded tee Savannah Medical C.Uege.
.. solicited.
.1I.6efM.re I 3Bu.llca.ox(5A respectfully
Sec 9. lie it farther tnarted. That the poll dote to divens JOHN O. BUTLER SESSION 1854-.
For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable warm Lot qfFortyth and Li&erfyITILLdbpateh -*/*.,) IL 11. LEESE.Copartnership. Gootb sent to the subscriber on commission,either -
book or fut of voter, shall be certified mid signedby (( />/> on corner ang2-tf
State Qaa.aaUae. I and healthy,to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather all jobs in workmanlike man- for private or auction disposal will be quickly R. D. A. .M.J Prat Theory tad Practice
the Ia pectors and Clerk, which shall, togetherwith .- ofMedicin -
An Act to Laws in this St.'te. tbe foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagen VV, PLans Ac will be furnished free of attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The -
regulate Quarantine as nor. ,
I ODO of the certifi>*ateof the result of the election is that have this
16-tf hereby given we day Subscriber has been known in this community fora P.M.KOIXOCK,3L D. Pros:of Obstatriea..
the coled
SeCTION 1. Jle it tHOtteJ tie ..Vtiami and the b&lluU in section is inserted. Ladies may weir lightest c bar-e. sept NOTICE
tiy strung as provide into copartnership for the purpose number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise.EI .- W.Q.BCIXOCK 1L D,ProC of$.rzery.
n uf f Kfrtftntatittt of the St while Jb.cap
Utittral .ivtfmljy ..aeea.1. That the Mayor.1 lion Retarns be carrieil tt the Court House or impunity ; Consumption vo prevalent among Mill known as the City Mills, under the name, should be made concerning himself of ILL.Bran).1L.PreUlateriaXe6a unit -
and Aldermen, ( every towa or city in this State, I j seat of Justice by one of the lnspe<4tin, to be determined the young of our country miy be thwarted. by IICMtY D. >V. CLARK, firm and style of Butler t Kieraff.JOHN commercial hove at the place of his residence.any rape u tics.

upon or adjacent to JUly bay, river or harbor j' by lot, if they cannot agree; and in ease, their general aloptina. They the entirely feet to .upcr.atR'tr.'Iou. Bay Street. u. BUTLER Since the fire ke has located hU stored Forsyth E. H. Mar,3L D, I'rot of Latltata of Medicine.
where there 'ofentry in tbe absence as the latter cause perspirein
a ,
M port or from unforeseen cause, the Inspector chosen a a 2-1 m JACOB E. KIERUFF. .
any and street the burnt district where his Auction b"mess
I Subscriber has received elegant ,on
be i les not a large
co town the Justices ofbe a unhealthy manner; ant < are
sac incorporated city or ,
cannot carry them, he may send them by a trusty very ia like THE of GOODS different kind, se- is also at present conducted and where h* J. W.HOWAI, 3L D, Prrf ef laatoiai,
( 1'oactt of every Jl; District adjacent to the be voter dangerous wear to pedestrians icy weather Teas Teas! TeaItrpEAS
person: Provided same a legal ot and to the keep on hand on the most reasonable terms. J. B. Bt A,, M. D., PeeL ef Patkalorieal Amato-
inch porU of entry, and iudodng the location ofny sail County sworn to deliver them as hereinafter India rubber. While the latter cairo the feet to I tlceed by himself, particularly adapted of the best quality and warranted
and Demoiutntor '
aiacornorated town or depot or place of j appeir extremely the Hydromagen, beinga rant of this section of the country. He respectfully very FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, my, *f Aaatomy.
i JL
that he for his and at reduced in
receive as price,
provided compensation importation
; new J. J.
I invites call from bu old customers and the For Cash and Country Produce. WEST M. D, Asiisteat Desscs.srate,' i 4
a I *
shaft be constituted of cork ptaI
landing and are hereby, a { mere thin slice prepared, peculiarly
I services the sum of ten cents per mile, going and packages from I th. to 1-4 Ib.; and from 50 centsto Anatomr.rpHE .
Ifaiard of Health in aaid incorporated city or town, I returning to be paid out of the County Treasury; eel inside does not increase the use of the boat,or public generally. His stock consists in part, of $1 I 50 per pun Black of the choicest kinds, july 8tf"CHARLES DaWALIMATTHIESSEX ,- &EGtL.UtI Cbwn
swill sucb Ja tiee's ljtict.ic | and that such Inspector or other in cause tbe foot to appear untidy. To Children they STAPLE A'XD FANCY DRY GOODS GROCERIES also Green of tile finest quality at JL ttitbtiob b thin law
4 it > That the of upon person in t OMIARA WiUeoBUMBe*oa tbs tm Ifiailsj _
t. rt
f nr fMftfd. they WOOD
Mayor trusted with the returns of said votes refusing to are extremely valuable a* may engage HARDWARE, CUTLERY AND T. MCMILLAN'S, I in November and terminate
nock iueorporated citv or town or during his ab- exercise with comfort and healthy effect Their CROCKERY ARE. BOOTS AND I WIIOL ALE CLOTHING hOUSE the feOowiaf v-rch _ _
deliver tbe same, [kej) shall be subject to indictment sag 26-31 Apothecary Hall Bayt Preliminary leHmre win b* dfird
aeece or otter disqaali&catioas person as the and, on conviction to be fined not exceeding expense U so slight aa to scare need mention; besides SHOES HATS AND CAPSFANCY Xo. 143 East Bay corner Queen the 16th five* Moa-
day. October
Hoard of Aldermen elect sludl be 1'rcsident them will find their day rnvta the nsnsasaos _
may one hunireddullari, at the discretion of the Court. those who patronize y tar- ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTBCMENTS, Administrator Notice.OIX july B CAorferfoit s.c. tfWARDL.VW meet of the
of svcJl Board of health ia any such Jo.->tice'sDistricts dorian' bill much diminished thereby. PERFUMERY Ac- ic ie I Regalar Co rsfor wkkk a*additiDaalal
as BUT be elected by I. Justices of the Sac 10, lie it fvrtker enacted That on the ty As the u becoming more known its months after date I will present my accounts WALKER & ntaUSIDE fee win b* reqnired. 8t dea<> kawarfr** aee**

Peace for ,1Ida bistrictt rwpectivel third day after au election except in the Countiesof sal U increasing Hydromagen to an almost incredible extent. All of the above Goods will be sold on as good O and vouchers to the Hon.A. N. Caston, Judgeof I Cotton Factor and a.the Mcxfieal aadSrgial Wards ftk*Savaanak) _ _
1&c.& .Cf itfuriJtfr *ucW, That aaid Aoard Jlonroe, lade and Orange which" shall be the terms: as at any house In this city. Probate hi and for Alaehna County and ask to COMMISSION !MCRCIIAXTS loepitaL TbIsrxUanvcoantyisaadertkm4Ical -
Last ia London Manchester Birmingham,
tenth day it shall be the duty of the Inspector of year july22 H Eo W. CLARK. from the farther administration of cnotrol of two BMBoen
of Health be and are hereby empowered and required Liverpool Glasgow LeI*, Dublin Paris,Antwerp, be discharged North Atlantic Whaxf *f tk*faemlt y,kr wkoai _
to appoint Port Inspector who shall be a the different precincts, or persons intrusted with and Berlin oar sale reached 1,7 J- the Estate of William S. Standley late of sail julyS CftttHetton S.C. U clinical lector*are delivered ,Ia addkieat* 1ir.
rrgmlarly Iteenaed Pbysiciaa, whose duly it shall the return, to meet at the Court hones, or County Hsnihnrgh cork Sole This the number pValuable Sea Island Cotton and county, deceased. they have ample opportunity for karaiar prmrticoiuedJkane

be te board all vesaeU coming into the I'orU of Sit*,, who or any two of them, with the Judge of 430 pairs of that year .2.. Corn Land.for ale. Jt THOS J. PREVATT, Admr. CHAFEE ST. AMAND A CROFT at tk* C iliM*,wkiek4>*MB dai>

wbicfa be rosy be appointed ..ch Inspector, aDd Probate shall form a board of canvassers fur the wlli far surpass their of their value OCR miles above the Bar of St Join's river jaa 14-6m WM.S. STANDLEY Dtt'd- WINDS LIOUORS SEGARS TOBACCO ij to patients. 5'5 _
Ask the Faculty opinion asa
report to tW Board W Halt if any couUpons County and it shall be tbe duty of said board to for Couong GULP BBOSCHITU F imml'diatellloeated on the river, The tract Newnansvifle, Jan.41k. 1854. Ac. During the part session*|>wardeof tw* kaadrvi
malignant, pestilential,or iafeetiovs diseases hare proceed publicly to open the returns, and to canvass preventative gmbraces, seven hundred and fifty acres, five knn- eases were prescribed far, sad rr thirty Suiml -

occarrod lID board or if say sueh diseases are pre- and euuut the votes given for the several ASTBMA Mi and s's COKSCMPTIOX.SUE 35 Ccim. Ired of it, or nearly so, first rate hammock land A Fact Wortb Knowing. julyS Xo 179 East Bay CharIestong.C. tf operations performed m the presence of tke StadeaU

Taihog CIa board said Teasel to order the same persons for each precinct ia regular order, commencing LAME' do., pr.d*pair 30 do. nod in !its original state, with the .exeepti of It shoald be borne in mind that we have pursued II. ... us the CliBMue. Material far Aaatosaieal mvMtigatMaswiUkabandaiiUj -a
iota at sack plate or be at the first precinet and well for atop entirely different from tbeasual mode. ia
qiiraatiae place as may MISJIIS' do 23 do. ibout eighty acre cleared adopted a course DEALERS IX GROCERIES LIQUORS suautdleL7ae, JU4.nrulatiaa .
Bovs' i
designated by tile Board* -lUw SEC. 11. JJt further enarted. That the canvassers Ute Retail Prices make C: ,the ensuing season. Steamer necessarily bringing oar medicines to the nodes or pJaywieiau.Th. Ac.olyS t3; Fun Coarse of Lector**. avery ;
Sac. 4. KiUJ.rtJrtetl, That said Board of shall then soak and sign a cerdftoat ia Konca.-From we Iso lass within fifty yards of the place in ascenJingJM recipes STABLER'S ANODYNE CHERRY SEOARS monstratorIO; Oradnatiosjaaau Ir totkar b .
BealU be and are hereby folly empowered to Bxtbe triplicate one to remain on file, as aow provided- liberal allowance to Jobbers and fine rirer. On the premises there is a very snperir EXPECTORANT sad ,DIARRHOEA CORDIAL K* 139 East Bay, CharletoDVS.C tf lormaaoB,addresa,post-paid. .

rate of coaapetuatio* or feet to be paid to said by law, the other two to be seat to the Secretary that say storekeeper may make profit on C> Ltuee.toryion boa**,with basement of han been mad known mfdmtially, to upwards JulyS -

J'' laspwtor, for all semeea performed by him of State, or Speaker of the House, by different their Bale while they are an article th.iy may be r line feet. Location Health, Water ant an other Iv* hundred medical men, every on* of whom recommend P. M. COHEN 4 Co., -

wWda..1IaII be paid by the 1IIaa&er,or mails iaatediately after the canvass; such certi- kept ia say tore, among any Ua ef goals lataral advantages not to b* arpassed. Till tkem as hIghly neient remediea. The DEALERS IV DRUGS MEDICINES \V. L\ Baker, ,

ver at amy TuiiU so riaited by hint as aforesaid fioaU to uotaia, ia words sad figures,written at For terms, apply to BRADLEY rood, and terms accommodating. Apply U Ta*- ECMctoraat, ka been pronounced by them to be Ac, Ac. SHIP BROKER A2TD OETSHAl, _

aad kiln _y master or owner of any TCSael fall length tke whole namber of vntei given te JIARCOCBT COM M, Piaekney, A Co, Charleston S. C, A.T. Bra- Address to, E. STABLER A Co, JutS Xo.29 ITarne Street, CbarIstcnS.Cif_ -
10 WT the CM M fixed by said Board of Health. 33 Ana Street I. D. COMMISSION KERCHa4X.T.
Couaty fur each officer tk* name of tke person lam Palatkat Cap Coxetter steamer Carolina; Baltimore,

the Md Port laspeetur may 'proceed collect the for whom sack vote flit sack officer were given, Jacksonville Blackamltblng C y to tile owner, oa the place. S. S. FARRAR A BROTHERS JatyB_SfM M&, ga. if

MUM by adios of 4eU krfin* ay Justice of the sad the number of vote so given to each person.Sac. "- .!... B..HOPKINS.Mayport 0T1L Bacon, St Uarys,Ga.ff DEALERS IN COFFEE GROCERIES _-

,Peace ill UN Comatrte wmtcir cwb port Jljly be 12- B. further enacted That the eertt- MACHINE SHOP MH1 P. O, e : Thomas McMillan Jacksonville, Fix Ic. FORT k DUNO1M7 __
.. Beats of the election cG T rDor shall be sent by Stand Scdgwiek. St.John'* Bluff g.T, September 18S4.Notice. .' winShefesaie, Palatka. Flajaly3 Corner Jaat-Bal and CmnlxrhuvI-SU. FACTOR3'A- _uI
& That At t\e
1toc.L .fvriluT ** any master former. _
mail a* mridod la .! ).to Speaker ef the > .NoI7I East Bay,Oartntoa 8. C- Charlatan S.C tfNETJFTER
of vesseL wb abaU refits JulyS
or VWMT MTser mar Cari .
Uoas *t EeprMenUttre, and the xertiftcat-.of T7UR5IS1IE3. Ploarks 01 an kinds;Timber -
|a *eTtke rderi/aByPartniysiciaa. dinctiof &H .art 0 the election of Member of Congress ? rine Carts Chaise (If Mills lull wrk ofaakindsS.gar3tillse. ,rUB wftd.r ignd will b* absent atth. North Elyvian Colopie.T7LEYSIAN ,.HEXDRIX A Co. TtsnrytTotv IT.LDshis.
., .cb nisasi remaia ia anara.tn nder the by tia antU about the 1st ofJetober .
aad SUl* Senator shall bnt tft the Saeretaryof .. ., the present COLOGNE at $l 00 per quart tHe COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
laVa, &m aa4 rnhUMM of rack Board ofJIeaItK SUU a* provided ta .11. sad the outiI- tW'PartieIa,at&enUoa p.td to SlamBat aadWklwrigkUadowatfkor. ( _next,.wbea' .1 wilt ;re.opsn stock of 62etaperpiaaadaeeordingtoqaaaUtr.a _. for tk*sal of :? .JOHN RlCILtEDso's:

baab UabUt4 iadktaeot. sad es enotidies .ato or eertiacat for mambers ef the Assembly,, W"m: espariag. I Joock.-this market, .1a the eantiaw their *; : ',fjaly8- ) :- _APOTHECARY H.JLL.EJfTISE Flour, Grain and Pradvce Generally, FACTORS, L_
..a..II be lull Ie a act eeedia oaetboslsaddoUmrS ,
A < r1"AnetdeikftutheofS-. jiB be in the hassle fBodaey Donaaa
oa' tost aetiea. &tinrh
kail be delivered te tbsn, appUcittea, u aw' Ckertufms&C.if ; Georg;
aLcat J-ts.
trrhiTirii n axcBedina' witt h attended to. 1 1 .BLOODQOODABOlTSg.Ntlce. LOND03T DOCK PORT trIll.
yf WimaaM *awaptry taq, :
dlaeretkiTof the provided kyUw.Bac. . jaS t.Se. Xe. tffaDefwss. ..
the Jufy.8.e. That. the ..HBtU/urOur ttiaeted, Tkat all sets sag 1-It' ;. __ ,... VARXAR .-; t "-.- UADSRIA WINE I. CONDICT JENNINGS Co, .
4. ft tlu. JarWicXtMoftb .
I Board eC Health *ire eiry of Key aadpartof" U .
West skafl extend sad iaeJae the whole Wtadiipra and *Baains oftkirae bf.andaraktrcby .re-, ,B tiM. III ". .7 .. x.tbodx.d .st.dsyijugy. sb.esre.fro. Ute Exeayssi4tsa1perpcsso5 atsepZ3tc Xo. 165 Meeting Street -is- Igeat of tbe Bank of rairfidi'S. C. I
' : : I Itat .. .JjaJItlJ. '-JS. Lfl/SRSOX. .. .APTUEC. t; HALL. I Jails ClutrMa,&C. tf l J&t* ire Hob**Jfae. Bcr-Strt*.
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,-.$, S k.'-..,''{:. ." : :'OF- TIlE lfi.&aiit DIFFERENT M Gi1bert, Savannah AiidicaI.co1Icge. Y Jaeksoiuille' Foundry CII1RLEST6N ANB fLel181.

-: I : and DBA- I SESSION 1834S.R.D.ApxoLDM.P.Pr0tTh00t7.. U.8.'H I.te..eCAROtmA *,
Orange and St. Lncie, 1st all deacnptions of CAR- and Practice
Putnam, 3d: atIfos.35 and 40 Wtnl MACHINE WORKS. AND nom

[ Somter Marion,'' 4th 2d d 7 Jlay, *'* Sired fCharleston.: Medicine.. P.M. KOLLOCK,M.D. Proto of Obstetrics TUB Subscribers bating. ms/le siteAme and TflROrGaLarxAgy 24 TO SO HOtti

I Alachna let. n one, and purchasers ".G. BauoCltAI.D,Prof of Surgery.C. & Improvement. in their estaL1i.bment.
3. rii Columbia, : 21 & to eaU on us, as we can .W WEST,M.D,Prof Medical Chemistry. art now prepared to furnish TIlE CAROLINA win leave CHARt TO

Xassau.Dttval W.dn.a&aybshre: 4th ) ; in style and prices} and .L. TaDo 11.11. ProU1&teri&11Ilia.and Therapeutics Steam Entities, of any required power, from every PALATKA Saturday,a& 3 P.M Returning, .fll less,

4th .I our establishment. axe war- 1 1. 100 hones ; Afe
July 9-u of Medicine Saw 91 111*; 10 A. M., aDd JACk80\ViLLV3AM: .
St. Johns 2J ..: IL Mains,M. D, Prof.of Institutes
., Sugar Mills} mil leave CUARLIESTOX ne-
TALL rtui.' !_ Depository) J. W, HOWARD M. D., Prof- of Anatomy.J I Horse Powers; ry TIUIIC/IY, at 3 P... Retmr.<. will leave

Orange aDd St. Lnae, Tuesday B R&AIJ.1L D, rent t.C Pathological Anatomy. I Grist Mills P\LATLA. 8 o'clock A.M BLACK CREIK,
Monday November. : ; : E WHITE HOUSE .and Demoniitrator.Anatomy and all other machinery used in this country 3 P M, and J JACKSO5VILLE FrUn.' A. 31.

Putnam Last Tuesday before the -W.lIt Corner of J. J WEST iL D. Asatetant Demonstrator c( I Iron and Ilrass Castlrps.l TheN Steamers connect with an tit* 1Dteri8r

NOT ember. STREETS, .\nstA'Dl1' .. T Steamboat. Saw Will and other repairing Stages of EaIIt Florida and counsels both ways
Snmter, '4th ) ., S. C. r niE REOrLAR Course o?LECTCKIS in this in- at short notice with he New York Steamdups, CaroliDa RaiIresd,

f Marion let dado description at the lowest emotion will commence on the firtt Monday r:il- AO miwbinejy purchased from ns will I* and Wilmington ..

.f.J Alachua, 2d and no arth le soil except w November,end terminate in the following March. put in operation in any part of the Stale, by Paiwage from Charleston to J'eklf'lll iJt..I9; fro*

Columbia 31 dodo in the fullent term, by Prehnimiry: lectures will be delivered from M'>n- competent machinists when desired, and upon FicwIaU and Palatka, $10

St. Johns lit M IL NATHAN day the ICtb day of October, until the commence- reasonable terms. For further particulars irply I*

Daval 3d to mcut of the Regular Coa" ,for which no additional Drawings and Estimate fnrnuraed, without J W CALDWELL Charleston

STATE Cocar-Middle hilden, al fee will be required. S.uJentJI.hne free accers chire MOONEY: ft UOOhIN, EELLECHASSE A1 IN EGAJJ,

grama IKB.. in to the Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah July 8-tf _Founders antI Machinists J IkkNlY11J.

Median 3d and Ship Chandlery, IIopital This extensive chanty is tinder the medical R. It REIn. Pa1at1t&
Jefferson Xd -2 uMtoy control of two members of the Faculty by whom STEAM ( '
: Wakulla hat Bank, Charleston S. C clinical lecture are -U\erel' In allitionto. this! K. W. HI Ci is.t- Co, COMMUNICATION BCTWEE

THE "BUFEINGTON HOUSE Leon, 3d f>r sale, a general awwrt- they have smile portunity| for!learning' practical %,, Jarkont\Ut Fla'KE Savannah and
kwh i. doily now prepared to execute promptlp onlcrs Florida
Gadaden 1st O.Is of all km U,indow wed iciue at the College Clmquo, 11 pen
Hamilton 4th .. Campheoe to J stienu. ifor Sfo.iJi Fng-nen, Saw Mill, Sugar. Mills tffffr 9 N TIIEriCTv ami elejrant Stumpaefcrt

Jno1ovo For1cn, FALL TIMMa : ,blond Turpentine*, Cord,ige, Chain During the past ncs-tirn upwards of two linn ..\ !*T TOH.N3, Capt. JM-

3d November } Glue Putkiug weiepreaciibeJ for, aiitlo>er thirty Suginul Bra C.\stnJ'l.: anl every variety of Mtrhinerv. i JU lion, will leave Favimafe every Tkartdaj
I Continues opened dui the present Sanuter, prepared t receive and accom3niy9 Jefferson I noon,2d Monday do in in November v:arious Fixtures kiuO July 8-U operations performed in the j,rc"en,'eof the Students Casting 1 crging nn l 11'ufc'rnith. Work, Saw Mill. mom'DX at 10o'el"k, for Palatka. xtuig at aU
tt thaCliotqne, Material.r Anitomi 100."tijI Steamboat, ant other rrpvringThay the nitcrmefUHte points.

mo c Transient and Permanent Eoarden.H ftkulU Leon 3d 1st do do in in October November., : i CU ..lions will 1 I,e alun'Liolly supplies 1. Fees: Mat- will continue the m'tnutl'tnre and keep Ibis Loat has been built expremi(* for llvtrxleh -
-- -- Full of Lectures 1103 De- constantly c-n html, heir variety of PI'>w", 1 toiler ,
Gable 1st do in October ru ulation, Ii ; Cour ; Urge and airy rt ate-won acenuionlatMitt forrms
.11 4th do in November ( >osiU Jiaytt 4- Co. Jf7w'f.) m<.itotritor$10 ; Griluition$30. For further m- Cart, (h"illic.., to which they re'pe<.tfullv invite >enfrers. and taking the inland route
Hamilton pnstotstup
IIOTEL' t"u. f.'rm:1twu. aJJiSrf,po,t-rsid. ratronaJe. juy! 8-ly > >ri 'r acrommorUttoiM for Invalids and eh,.
STATE COURT- Southern ill II L. 31. D. I'.
er julyS F.Y13D n. this limit wi\ll leate Jaek.nnyilie.en her
Oa the St. John S. C. retire
To 'the Pu.b1i.c.
SFRIte TEns, AND C1MPIICVK, to Savannah, e*ery Monday nionnnj". at 3 e'rlotk
: UKDER CHARGE OF CAPT. 0. J. MCERT.rTHI3 A-jl THE Undersigned would respectfully in- \v. L'. nn&tI. For further of
4th in March description fur the kAu.e particulars inquire Catt. FrttU
llvlhat Levy Monday ,
S Ji.forui; bu fr ends and the Public nwicr* ry.DER>IGNKD: successors to Hun -
u a new Howe, recently opened for the accommodation bo that extensne and well known Hernando 1st Monday in April SHIP BROI & AND OFNEKAL TIlE rn, on I toned, nr toCLAISHORX
\ Bosnlers und from the no* leaded establishment ALSO Bun:!, No. 3, lI..lmes' lu limg h-i\e
S d j I North during the and future visitor cesuonsItUrtatttMl the PLANTLRS hOTEL and i. HilUborougb, 2d ManIa in April. ;( White Lead, Paints, COMMISSION ME 11 C II A X T. ctore anl' fir rale, ILMJ A h.
.neing for the tiou of visitoif. Its eligible Monro, lt Monday in May. OFMERCHANDIZE CAFOVA Jnck-ontill.
;!1 !uimeJ:utely cnth St-uhn'f Rnr. recej ell all the business l :cid and Sj trm July 8 furanniih Gco tf jnly9-tf VE }.T & TEA8DALE Pa1atb.
eDt to _
loddion being eun\ FALL TLRU
t .boat 23 miles from JstLjonviUe and a "", 'utt\, &(, tf
ISACC from Ibe niouth of Black Creek, and is ino t localities, will commend it to tho-e who visit the Levy 2i MOD,ry in October FORT A M M i.urj Oppos1t1.o.n.: Line

fcvorAbly 1ue&hind DvenienUyIUeJ up fir the I dtr liD tu.inee and no exertions or expense the will Heroin, 3d Monday in October .\WTOX & CO. FACTORS ANDCOMMISSION'MP.IICIIAXIS Con-L-ftirg of Pry Goa.1, Groceries, Pnnisa.iiHrlware i .. t',RUNG TilE U. S. MAIL
: parpo Arrangements arc mide f..r be spared by the P..I.rietl.r to promote comfort HilUborough lt Mondiy in Novem1 AND anl Cutlery, ('nxkery and Jbi'-'Wiire, .

- 1 the teutie.of sixty and slreaes, Soldiery, an.1 a ETWEESFalatka
a.mRo.tko brJeJ. MERCHANTS tico
t al eh'e of a house, in every, worthy of the public patronage Sijrannah lirjrc a.Olr.ment of I'ooks: an I :tati.uery, and all Fla. and Savannah Oea
. & 10 ant support 11. u |,lea.el to add that he his STATE COURT-Western ; ulkcnz n/iurj; Henry R Fort. j T. K. }unbtm. ,
C ettioII&tth.MguoilL" TheU,>U9cucon\enient < ther articles ,.ite,1 t.> the trilc( ; to which they (Jntuleanthevay.)
: to a ne & ; ant boats. and poneys are no ured tae I'en-ico., M Bot.k keeper, of Air. J. W. SPRING TuRK.Franklin ton. S.C, JOHN RICH! \unso.vFAC"1 inu'ethe nttcn nn of the piHi, ant I ask them t. VIa PlrnTala. IS'act Creek and
t M.Der. Jacksonsosiihlte
l'rnl. Laiu:in aolong aol f.'n'n"'y known to the tra- 2.1 in 1 \\ ni. Taylor -
Monday April.Ca.lh"un ,
J kept for thither. The |I.i.rio, I 'OllS, f"llIlln I exinune their *to-k before I..nr..h".in? 1' a., amid SI.
I gons veiling couuiunily vf this and the ljacent M'itejulj 4th do in A put | JOM-J T. i>ill. elsewhere flatter theinschcs that they Mar3.Ilrui.
\ tor and titizens to they
Sa I 1I"ld.autl flarlea. (
r'tf&ly m\.e \annih. OeorjmaiJ ito.
UIgrl O W. LOM\R. tf
I -3iu in
1st do
,. "drop or eoj uro house in winter ._ JivVwn, May can: tfas\! l low ad anyone else for eo.-b country
J. 3d do in May. juS iei N.'!:! "'. Bu.iJ.U.f.110 E Meampacket Wf.I.AK\
t- or.umraer, "nl Tbul ta.>rdiiuu an oipurtanity Washington, rr ,. devoting thtt attention to their eoinfs.rt wh.ih it OrD.1'O Spr1.n Holmes, Tue',liv after 31 Monday <& Cohen, ), ( llCLo>ail.i: Establisibmucut T. H LIRTOV | M W. GR."n:*. ; Curt N. HMO, leaves Palatka
HOTEL. 1 alton, 4th MonJiy in May and Dtalert in every M.,n.1 at 8 o'tfcxk-
- ty morning
will give hiaiKU said the able superintendent so 73 "orJ.8ne'Jr tie Court JIuuxe l"ef \. Itr M. W OR\vr woul 1 rt'rectr.lyiuf"rul
t. aoch pleiiure L uiuufectJuly public are infor.nej that the al.ve Hotel Santa Hoaa, 1st Mon lay in June X ) 1..MESTIC .v\\ANN\1I .IO.: the pul.In thit heel ill continue the Am>es at Jacksonville tame evenIng, and
THE Edcambia 2d do in June. I leaves Tuesday mornmat 3 o'clock touching
7 J A SIMMERLIKSlffO. .-, been leaded from Dr DAROAT anl no ,
t FILL TFBJJ L- > -*-* 7ii7: : Lstablishe4.: lS.5: Z-: DAGUr.RREAX VIP/KCFF, .the intermediate! |.lairs shove
\ /minet will Le spared to render the time agreeableand
? it1erc1zait's1Iotet 1st in E cember. Charleston S. C. one door weft of }r. II D. HoIIan.lg re-leuco Through fare finns PaUtka, Pianists and Ttatk
.1 SI.5U. .to give saU f"rtjun to all who in iy favor me Franklin Monday !, '"Pll h&u': *cril>*r.Kntefuliobi''patroi anjfrien
S4 C/4rluon. S. C. with a call A new La'hmg House his boen erected Calhoun Thursday after 4th Monday. I Leopold Cohen. JL fur their lolltillUetJ f i\ore, would 1 i.tate: tint, innlltuntj Jacksonville, Jill 9, IQ'iiTIIL Creek, 00
.; aCDCCTIOK IX PRICE at the prmg f'rtho OInlllohtion of tho!e Jackson 2d Monday in November tf the illll'ro.eiiiciilj ill Dvin; at uirelI Throng! fare from Jatksont, 600

.':; ijd having Icisod this Hotel, aba may d',,ir
t m Iving Street soli,.it from the triveti. $1,ria't ill the Country Tho location is remarkable Holmes lit Mondiy m November Taonip- hi" mile nmu;r-iticiiN t tr exlt'u.Jnt his : : : : : : : to CTtrlc-'ton for 8 DOE

.\, ;1\\ istu.e 1.ao Bo rJ, $1,: f..r tie.ilfi, not surpassed in the Stito Be mtiful Walton 4th do in October. I I Iu-bets ly v tii..h he i is lI'.w enaMel Itol'ven ;reiUrr [ UlLlSfTCOMIRHIXO : : q' 1 lie WF.LAKA connects with eae of the
; Sints Rosa 3d do in October ; AND Col Silk on,1 W..Hen ) New York an.1 iliiia.lelphia! Stcan h>]" from Sa
.'t .: 50.1 cli! high p ne 1 in U, free from the anoyanse of in- vari..tYIr "13 < n rc lSeI',
f July 8-Cm J.VMK .'I. HERST fe"U 4I.'I i>e..i.illy ,Mosquitoes Con accommodate ticuubia, 2d do {n October MERCHANTS, h illi4, ,tc. win,.h he triu!ne Steam Mil' Corn : o'llnJ .
-av7 (, CR K DUKE Pahtka.LEL
:f hundred 25 railed from Pilatka. XurtJrIICl1j nh f'lwr him with their ,
t one pcrtoni, only UNITED STATES DISTRICT > m'y pttromcjelentlemeii
: Lath and I'lalulii >lachlr.c i
.f tl J tUtLEsro.s.IOfL., J. J. DICKISON l'ropriut.or.l'ept.23. t'HI, S C. I ( '< (tlirmen I>yu>l, Clcinel or Reno- rrT! ; & CA\O'"A. JaclmnTiTe

1 UXEI. ir.l-fit. Northern District. I l'AtL S. THOMPsOS rated miy I.e require,1, in the came uj>crHrft located at Best: end of the city, aro prepared to juyP-tfSM LAFFITEAL. aY"I".fa.

'., I Corner of M rtin-j and II ivne Streets, Tall ihawee, 1st Mon 1 by ia rlt which b.is generally to raaJi J,li.fc->c.1 his ]uatrns execute orJera for HU ENTERPRISE

. ; jnlyR Cii.rle4ssnSC. HAQNOLIAHOUSE. Apaloihiuoto, let do in -' MXM, aol I fn<'n'!<. LUMBER SUING I US AND L.\TIIsat .
_ t
And all!the int'rnietluite
. ., --- .lifktintille tturidn.ff Pensacoli l.t do in M ; ktrcct, J.'lllicl'Oun"t I\el, Tle-nhed: on] Prc .el in : Landing on the
'. ; !t PIM1.10N IIOTCI4. \ THE :Ui>CHI LR hag just completed the St. Augustine, 1st do in Iinmri.de stock of I the ,net f,._hi .n.il.la' tvles O',lew from the.roun moderate prices, deliverable on their whaif for ST.JOIINS Rn-FR.
je j !I. L. I K (' T I' l: K FI t: L D, .&.2 above Hull.e., fifing! it up in the most coin- blI\J>l'sJ, try rm".ilollly alien lei to Term moderite shipment, f.r on the .tr .et for city niet .

'r' Corner otketin; ant I IU-el-fcti. ulible stjle, aad wul u'e every exerticotolaaa.all Southern District. : at prue* luch av" to (.- When ]1'iruels are keut I y Btc iuLo.it or railrw I, .s'lerm9ClI.j9'3 r.1I 1 THE teanur Darlington

"i JulyS CMrle< <'an.S C that may fax'or him with their patronage Admiralty Court sits at Key West ; : tt> customers woe.! saiu'l >loe cent him ly litter through the Apjiyto, E. .v. COTTF .L.C..1.t: J Brick will leave Jatkwa-
On the vile Saturday uioromjc, at 8 oVWk, am-
1'artKular attention every
\ aid to lavalulcA -"a. ALv) Pwt Guru that he know to l for premises
) : MILLS IIOLTSI:. Il 101: IIIH, S it in DeLane. Dam- th//IL i') tummy 1 1 X B Ctrn grounl on loll!. at any hmriflheliv Tins at r-il.ttka mute .y,-lea Ting Palatka at 5

f TII.tS S. Nt't'ElSN.( Corner 0 ean and Monroo-ctreeto. LIST OF OFFICERS OK I.arjimC j'llyR-tf jlli.i9UX..\ ;TER GALLOWAY.NE July 156mtIIVl.ll o'tlotL M oJiy Mommy in toaceitioa with the
W L j Cuincr M tt: aa I Q'lee Streets, Ja<>' snnvnie, July S. 1554. > Governor JAMES E. nROmIE.Se.rebry steamer, Carolina an.1 II data Retaining, will
't : julj3 o Civirltdm! S c. ...,I M.n4iug for ilnrses.juiflt55 ) |fU of Mate, F. L. I \ A O'IHR.\, i iI -- --- '-- :> IbWAI.L.Jackvourile.: I leave tnterin e at 5 0':01.: TocMlay munuif,

t ::iii t Comptroller, T. \\ BRIVIRD: I : .() G UOVo''. I ; W. i J. K. A UCT.JOr.J EB., awl I Pal itka at 8 .'(.It..1t Wednesday bJbrn.Dc, and
-- --- Tre L niurer C. H A'ST IY. ;.iv, corner Queen j --------- -- ----- FlaSI arri\c C at Jdckaonville same day

t ltsimss ) i Attorney. General M D PAFY : 'ton, .*>.f._tf( J. HIJr-.lf'J, ,ES in any |irt i.f the County altn e.J t< e A. 31 REED,
ilircttori J :) i Agent *t JaecnanTiIIeR. .
) Ji'ftorg.
Supreme Court & J.LJlNsIUK, V mrnAL COMMISSION MERDHAIIT ansi ref|>cctfulv! ">i:ci'elGowN REID,
Thomas BaUzell C lief Justue, Factors and 100 Ira!! Mrttt .'i. Y sent to the *nl.nrnl.cr<,n enmnrj-b.ma. eitla- july 7-tf Agent at Palatka.
: C. H Dupnut A&.>giate Justice, I erf.rfrivile fir nudien .I.Ii-"I'j !, WIll le qkiiKIvfitlcn
: MIKCIITS, TTTIIT. pirtiru'ir attention! or'et-
I GHOCCKII.s AM) ;i IO\i R. nORMAN, Thomas Douglas Assomte Justice, \V pay .le-l to aol imimnN preili'v f..rw-arie.i 1 1:'eSuWrilcr I S.rE.IEltOU.Dt
; Wharf, Ion INiia Iiiimncr Live Oil, aniother
_ _
ATTOh! ; AT LAW. Circuit Jude9. has Urn I.n wn in th., rtn'dimity f,r
S.C. OIlIILP.N TIMI.FR 'ml PRODUCE: an1ti P1.CL\Snnt
; :
e. j. ii. mm iiuGRUCERII.S O TII \-St. West J J Im'ey II nl1ml.t'r hf vcir' n< '\i ,.t oncer nit-l "lhen i.eHe I
lire ,
on order f.r luTl.in CH.\XJJIE.
.11' : 1'KOV& IM1O.N5., WiNES, Millie J W Piker, : : VMM[ & CltOFI( I july 7-tf ; ntCcrf no rC'OfnlllllI.llti"n-', I I.ut t!(,fires tr-nt mIjmries I llllh I St "lncr. hch has

.SU.. _\K>. .{c., 1.1I"ICI.\ !. I': hiftorn: W A. Forward I! ( -*, HI.C.AK'"o- ch' ull Ic nn.Ie rontirn:vg himself of IIDyl i -'--Lecn put in ttim.itK-n for efieitiT
.IIllml'r..1a1, )IUMI-O at the of hu rel l. I eert k-e. u now prrj"ured to resume her regvlar bntac -
? : Corner Ncwn:in -ml I'.rs'vth-etrecte. I Southern, Thom E. KiD, I H't AC. I II bII.. H9t'hdflblUgh r ue m e. I
,. n II. I). IIOM N 0, I Solicitors of the Chiriest nSC. C Since the fire he his l'ft.a.,1 I I Im rtorern J'< -yth <"> inthe bt JoIns, in the lovingof vessels!
,j L.c.5t1'LlIt. Ollice on Ntwnan tnct. I Bar, CD.F.RAL street, .n the burnt il strut: above \nittrnlu: I j jwnc rafts, At D'.I pcrf rinm-f ruth other service a*
James M Lin Irum
} GROCEUIEb I'IUtVtSIu.'sS, FRUITS, Western. I E tel GODIISSfIHCII. .XT. ." is ate nt present Ki.luite-1, an.( n here Le mar be nprotuted ly icnl contract
& i Sira'l B.
Mi 1 He Stephens
r' A. '. n.u.un-IX', James M. I (f.ROLCRIC, I.I- 112 Pearl Fired If. 1.IAREFUL '. keeps on 1':1nl.I on the mo.-I re;i.(,n"i1 I Ie fern's, Engagement may he at say tine entered into
i l-S.ret. OflcvonDKH.s ; tn.d. 1Ia.t m. Baker SEUA1l.i.. Ac ( attention Mill be given to II Je oft.J FAMILY (.lOCIMI.s: AND PI.O\ IUNS, with tn( t" i|.t nn in rb irze of her, at any jvint at

Itl T. G. MI I;R!. ; )- Ilonr/l) Kendntk, I I 'harle I t'm C tf! Cotton Ri:e. Sugar, LniaU.r Timber, and For Cttth and (';,'/iitrc, 1'rixtin 11 hit b he may !- upon the rme, O with her projretor -
----- -- ( ,
GROCEKlhaJ. PJW\IXS, &c.. .AM MKDItINis County D'Jiccrs. > ir : other Southern Pro;Into. Aim, }Merchan'" purthi jniy S-If CIHRLIS PrW\LI' ; (0 ljS-tf) til.VFLES W1LLE\
\ X (First nine, Jud e of Probate; se : ,
cu'noo."et.t PA & Co.. cl tn 1'1 *t advantageous nlll. jiiljS-tf
I APOrilCLlRl' II,VI.I,. of Circuit Court third name,Sheriff; (.* 'ICUICIXF.-I tno. i. nrtiR:CKS JIMFS n. CDS GREAT MAIL KOLTLI
t 1 $.\\TO, whenever i it occurs-Tax Assessor )
)n't'GS)1, DIUM L;N. } .r.f'. I Josrph Grice To I'lrtttrs and I.umberiuen. FROM CIIARLEs'ION 'j) NEU YORK.
E I' PEIU'l7)IERY'&C'1 Counties Officers
i McMifl&n.! Ha: !trcet Chirl"i ton.<'C nn ler-"ine hivmyfmne a -opertner.lmip
t1 laJn.LCfIfTSSI'
r Ray Vrttt. Eecambia, Charles M Jordan trl THE the [ se
!.\1V :UII ).S. F. K DC LaRaa .. moTIlI-iO' ) :; X q : CILT.. r |1.11I1 'us.es.ftr.n-acting i
I : f I ..7. 8. i). U1NI1.II. F M I.inn II 31 "atfr Street, X, Y lenTal Mfrctm 1esiae.cs fll 7ur.u:h rare froiu to->r.eUu t.> \\ liiningtoo, 8 COi'mnk'f

L S. GROCEIUC.N X 1'hUVlItNS, SASH, LMPlKh'.MILLIEIVrMr ; S3.DuRosa, John Chain, ('CIo'I"JC. ( .HUI'I: I nll.1 1 pr..nl.t at cuti ni given to the f:. LXOI.IE.I: : \\ '.11 t..I..UI"IO're. - .12 COU

5, BUNDS .v OOUb, Parklmr &. Co., .Ja'ksom illc. W J. Stokes .oIa'r i Et, ... .. I II STRICT: Jrtu'i: .. .tri-d. Isaiah Co b. jrU I qn.I rn.$ r 4. nr.1 ci 11! orlers J.r"'I''', ""lIlr.lit"11Iilh. [jldyS-tC .Ier>,ns o& pnh:is in (.bptll'Y'! to their large au.1 WilUllIgtlln U New l'or!. - 510
: k. .i Bay )1 n'l; ; VI1LRGII: 1ULLS.ntackwoolt alton, Daniel M-LeoJ, stiJ".J!.C tf I ----- .- --- --- nell el.'.tt!.1 Stork, ...n.i..tin: in j'irt ,.f With a ihuite vf route between Walden and4lialta -

I. : f l.\ II I & Taylor, Jacksonville.CVROI1NA Giles Bowers, : : IIFMilUX A Co., I His .. ('('" a'c..t Ground San-t. Dry d...*, Hrotcrie8. .laeenware .i- teVU.

llm NiellC. Monroe, MEtC1IANTS, Ru", rilero '''In"rllure. from the Lest II i*", Cap drockerran,Hilassware, .1 \ TRAINS will leave the R-uth Carolina
I .i nISnEI CO"A.. ( I1LLS. I Holme, A. II Brownell iktf T'liC .tlt ->tcel' C'I/ (:1 L\U SAWS, fr-m two Pots: to.1 i *'ics, 1)mmg.. MeJmnes RJJ roa4l Depot, Line street Ch.trick* dimly,

\ DEALER I IN DRY t.OODb. GROCE- Ktlh' A Co.. JnckeonTiIIe.rLOMIU M 11 Stanley! I'roJuce Generally, I i n" .! tu eighty intli.i( In di in cfcr. Their *aws Iron, Nun, Pint ON; at ; .\ rnU44P JI, arming in U tlmmglt*,

I. RILS AXU i'ROVISIOFS. It. It. God,len, .. .. i> C tf tire ii ,r-l.aie1 ant (emterel, nn.1 arc grmm mini Hir Iwirc :*n I CuflTT, Arin.1 .w MnPirt '.. North C' .r,IIP..I ut J.11 and 2 1' Al r_Dgt"s
t Commission an.1 Forwarding: Wharf oft MILLS. Washington, Washington Tabor, ( finiphp 1y 1 14..hn'rv .dpine I eriv.lv| f,'r .the "u'ar ittentH-ti ).,ioI to the Prr>r-'i<-n Ci*.;- by the.'.n.1 Ira n w. 1 lri.t.1 over the U iU>m.;-

.V' Savannah Samrrs.( Fa:rKinks, & Co., Jack om il'e.PAIMET10 G Worthington, : I (iS ,& Co.. i' purj-ut-i, anl! arc, therefore, ntithKiicror to th'ne ncs?. H.iv, Irfm, MeSS Pork, Flour, Bacon, FiSh, t..n i.J Man hester R.nlro! iy duyiirht kt Wi.iningt .-

iv t liayStrettnuiirov John A. Tabor, II.1RIW ,\Ri&c. | ge-un'1 in the IH.I.it m.niicr, lu t'ley are -trtngth- M(d-ufp-1, Sugar: constantly on haul in I irgeqaan- ..n two tr.HIM are derpat- be I .l C A 31 and J

iU MILLS. J Jackson J. B. Roullac, .( Street 1 ""e.1 I .n I dil cne.II 1,v n.reI"II.; ; them in thu.iiiM! l&lle 131, the Cnt .Jim omy rtnre ting at Weldon,
,,Cit tY1:!. H. coUe! Jnckonvih1e.PlIcENIX : John W. Pooaer, ,PC. (ft i rc!al irly fiom ihe citing oio l t. tho i-entre i< n- Pr .luce flr..n km'Is pnr,.hael. North 1'aro:ma with the Seu*.rJ and Roanoke

: .J SI.-tl of 11.Tim.luc. James Griffin, ccjucct'y da nut IKM"''ui" be.ited or buckle, mind 21e'.in'"itel: to call Lcf.re making j nnhi i' i Railroad! to Norfolk then e by ste"in.rt to Baltimore -
; GUus. t.HOCEll) rilOVI- MII.TJ3.Fttihensi. I Jesse 3L Clark () ENV.. i, pro-lu a great "rmivin in I linilxr t: ;an 1 both trains conue ting at Weldon with

: DRY ) .' .. F(*tcr. Jnckfionnlle.CLlFfON I. Calhoun Ella Bran h. \ : *V1J CIIi\I The alo m-innfiilure( C*.t Steel Mill, Pit ansi X B -.V lir-' assortment of ico G l. : James H Parker Her Ll.inkct. AeJnlv8tf W..bmgton. At I..tit'more both line eaomct with
ti IUI'. Coir, Kny-ftrttt [.TIOXS. Cro- Cut $-iws. i-nl Lillete', of superior qu ilitv eys ,
MILLS. Tliiiiias J. Land lharle.tnn,<;< C. tf all I.r win h they hive f irite, or they may HFNDRICK A CUT. :. the linen to Philadeilbi.a ansi New lork
:'Th ii. E. 1IJ.ME4. Taylor. P icliar L-on & Co., .Iatkso villc. Franklin Thomas J. Fppe*, : r l tc <.tuncl| c.r tuo, i,riiic i.nl[ Un.hute Mcriiiantd Pubbe are re.pei'ually intorme-l that these hess

t JRGOtWS.. li''Ll.HS, PROVI- Samuel W.tl Ileate & : & HOMF. throughout tho United Slates nn I Cnna.1 1n *? LIVERY STABLE. are in fir-t rote ,-uo.itiw. the Can are tuder the
SPRINCiULLD MILLS. ('_ ThiRpcn, COMMISSION MER- mail.igcnient of tru'ty soul experienced Conductors
: Boots
.er:. noh CO., (
h lion! C. la.lwar. Gad Ien C C Lova .\ -I'lIE Subscriber now repareitoacommne1ate and the steamers from Nt.rfuik to Baltimore are
: ,1 Shoes : Ac. F. A. DrCOITLS( JacksonT'i11IOOJJPS (. 29 anI ::11 I..J; trect. .
au l'l.t njj, c 1. his customers in any way, shape or in inner, able aol
navigated by commander
R C. Lester *
Charleston ?.C.
Wharf 7i7 PnVwher: of new who will insert
; ,
Street pipcr in first
rate from Icndid horses ansi
S g I style, r[ carriages both and
thereby, necuring safety
S. B Love despatch
: ,
this e Iverl;,'cment three times, with HIM note, IIn,1 I down to horseback
James M Smith A Co.: riillt. Through Passengers an>i their baggage will la
II. C. \\ P. Jacksonville. f.'War.I." a (containing the came will t*
Moody piper
t'\RK. Partie waited at hour of tho
1 DRY GOI)4.) ; : s. PRO\- Leon, D. ,V. Gw\nn, IIOL'SsC. pain m printing inateri"ia,toy pun.'luIsinfvl1r.imeli S night Calls nia.le('n to any.irt of.the city for slayer r- pent. fn.m one Depot to the other, free of charge
coy ( pt ak the ronte
I l : sions, and pener.il rchandise.i UEI LI:CHASSE & FINLGAN'b MILLS U Archer jrU : 2jf.Kinn Street. tun amount of their bill fr the Ivcrtbement t'MIS who wish to take the --tenners ng Ticket !
T. Bloikcr, Through to TVPinlngton North Carolina,
Ikllctln Fmepan Jacksonville. S C New York April 22 1, ..54. j il-3'3 exertion Kill bo made to
Jiay-Flrcct L. C. Demilly --.-.--- Every please. eon I'a bad ofO F. lOLKLl, Agent of the South
--- -- -- ------- -- -- H A BLISS,
George Miller C irvlmr Railroad Conip tny Linett reel Charleston
AUllmn.\X. REED A IIOLMKS\S MILLS.Kttd Wakulla
: and Manulacttirrrs. PHIL \IH:L1)mA. julv 3-tf Near the BuiTn tuu House
r DOMESTIC ANO \\Ci DR GOODS & Holmes. Jacksonville. T. J. M Richardson _ _ S-Juth Carolina, an.1 to Laitunore Philadelphia or
--- ---
.: NOW. Walker PRIZES. 6jjO. -- ---- A C1R1. New \t.rk, at the Office of the WilmIngton and Ra-
t Hats ]:C.Jti'. -llOcs.1 &c
Noah leij.h Hulroad Company Wilmington, K C.
.. : Holme't Rote Street. MAYPORT MILLS. : "'Scitvrino rnirx" WOULD tike this me:ho4l of informing mrfrii
to JSay I ;
lloc & Parsons Jefferson T. J Chase, ( September It l ch efh.. COM7H5SIOH nSHCHAIIT, ni ansi riHUnncrs an I Ipu',lit generallylint iorfurlhcrmforinat.PnuiiljtoE.lJ.STEVENSAgrent
S. x. 'VII.I.I.\'I Daval Fla. James It. Tucker .f the inerettgsf.;;e- I'httalflp'iiaVery minor the great fire in Jaek*>nv ule, I have re- .- l'b ireste.n! ". C. Ju1A ,-.
t Ia\port
; 4. DRY GOOD'S GKOCKKIJ-/: AXE PRO1&i Joel Walker Farmer, pp.lfllily m\v\ it cnn.nt ofSoUrIb:1:4Y ta!.li.!io XS.ntllrel't.. PANAMA U.s. James D Morris, .{' : : gkillclintnc Iris [.r.1JlJW. y/!.<.i5,4-e. leiKcuf Ir l.ilm where I hire opened Ihe
Vj tV nit harbor not in mind that
S A. McDonald ; jour
E. It. Gilchnst Panama Duvil County. Madison m other jiurml of the Liberal a.lvSi< rx n\ - r: c:. ii.smni. S. R. Sessions, i circiil:ited, i.r so .: T hIllOCK, J'hi1vleIJ.I: Drugs nnl Medicine Chemif, Perfimerr ianCT sentence of foub' philosophy thai a disease will
Po t ofTice at .Jack OD\'i11 .
COMMISSION Mhllt'll: VN f AND AUC- T. M Anderson its f,raid,'al ability X'cu- E T. lICIIARIinON, .lo, ArticleCombs, Bru-ihes, Candies: Harden awl get cured of itself, or that you can cure it with eer.I .

TIONEER. ST. ..JOIIXSfILLS.. McKinney whuh wno jnlytLtf 1 S rlCKM\\'.hwnvPle.naMlGLLLAXEOLS. Flower cools, Burning Flui, impweeks soil |I I lain mediciacs for a few dollars Beware bow yon .
Hamilton II J. Stewart are \lluiLrnr.d tttfi Lamps Punts I Oil Win l hw (.1-me Putty A
nn ,
IlJmt'f Kmr liiyFtretAMItl.fiK J. P. S.in ltrson &
r < Co, John rink, f nil tha Patents E"l'rar-I -Wafer an'1 Mineral ater.cool an.I pnrk- tamper with your general welfare

: a V IIU1U, Pot officcat .Jacksonville.X James II. Henley columns M hey ; hog to be had at Gin counter all times, SundaysexecpleL Ye wild and vicious youths, why will y persist
1'ROVIMOXS Jerry n.Smi.b.
DRY GOODi 4ut\CtatsJ Mrrnxt
( cirinrc
UP -
:5 with the daily
in dosing nanscatingeompinindi -
X.\ .\( MILLS.Bilkrhasso .
Columbia George Herbert PROSPECTUS.
Ac ,
1. &c.r.ItK1iunr upon tho uS- I'b"irian.'an have their prescriptions put up
proffered thereby impairing appetM and
Uay-Ft. A F.nejran, Nassau: River. S. Scarborough Improvements Glume'ry with care night anti day your

Post office at Jacksom'ille. Reuben Hog-in, ilJnC'c. gerierilly It H STAT: RIGHTS 11 EGISTERNATIONAL July B-tr TIIO f( lJ.J.AX. digestion, and destroying you mentally well as

." Al).VMS, W. A. Sheffield, fonn suitable for b n.1- AIA physically, when you can bo cured with a few doses
GROCEml I'KOVISION .c. ORANGE MILLS.A. \lachna, A. M duton D
) c. contains Four Hun Ired an 1 C. Oak, of pleasant! medicines 7
s.- Near R. W. Kiffp k Co.'. Foundry II. Cole A Co. R lonngblood, }Matter Several Hun ECOXO IIST.
; Vay Slreet. i c. L Wilson, a full inl complete! In.let. Jacktonttllt FlaL You who are thus annoyed and wish to be restored

MAGNOLIA MILI5. Daval, Felix Livingston, \olniiie! cxccedcl 2J.OOO A PoJ:al Journal and General Jt'eirtjtaper KEEPS constantly ItI1 bin a fine assortment to heath and rigor by a treatment at once
G. C. AU0 r.\. T. G. Ifen-lrck Magnolia Flo.LURLIXOTON George Stone practical in !:,' of WATCHES:JEWELRY sail FXC -
recei.t" one pleasant and effeitua'! should commit Dr. MORRIS -
I FRUITS ClJXFiX flU .\r.Y, AND Uriah Bow.len, family much more than C. BiTLori LJitor.-S3 a \ GOODS which ho oCcrs for sale cheap I
His chronic diseases has beta
SUIJ.FOeX'r.. MILLS. John D. McK inlay, for ,, iJT2T1 success in

Cornrr Ha.j (k*lln Street*. Fa.Her & Co. 1'000t ofiop \fii'Tann Fis.J'ALA'IKA Nassau, James T. O'Aioll, Prizes aro olTcrc by tho ISSUED WT.EICL\. Watch* Repaired aid Jrarreull'tl. I greater thin that of any other physician of hi*day

n largest lu ts of uh![.!- Many who have been for yean afflicted with dw-
L. }. VU1a0M. MILLS. Nassau, C. C.Bcswnt f Jaojirv, 1S35,-SlOOwiIl \\m. (irolfic.: have
: FURXITUUE. SASH, l>Li.NDS A DOORS.Qcer Palatka Steam Saw Mill Co, Palatka.rODMUY A. J. Bradjock list; $75 fir the I'eeon I ; The Stale Riz'tti Erji.ter will bo condncte upon WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER I ease or coreeqncnces resulting from excess
D Higginbotham tho pniuj,hf of 'TlTC Rirnrs III lush' down bv been restored to health and vigor under hu really
11 E. Hatuies1 Store Uay-st. for the fourth; $>0 f>r the In fu the
AND ltlACIlINE WORKS.J.CKSOX'ILU SL John', Gad Humphreys, ; S10 for the seventh ; $1 ij I II Jt'FnlloY. Tho Legulcr wit adhere to the or- ( room adjoining Po.tt-oglee) scientific treatment.
F. C. llainrkieys, i:innal courtrr r.tti.iel ly tho ucvoral! States, HAMNO returned from Europe: again I
iiorcis.PIICEXIX the ninth 3: fir the tenth I
FOUNDRY AXD I ; > ; begs leave to offer hid services to his old Should a personal Interview be objectionable,
Jacob Mickler
an I will oppose ill I ititu 1m Lrianiml: is leg:cHtion, I
31: tho
i MACHINE WORKS. for twelfth ; $10 for : friends and tho .ublic generally. With his state disease in five dollars
R&'trAUIIANT$. Putnam W. W Tumhlm I tho fourteenth The cn-h : and all en-rotichwcnts: secret or ejen upon the I your wri.ing-enelOlle
i Moone. & Gookin. Stanislaus Clioskl, <.f the Fuecesgful -j RICHT4 an! fiOWNM'.XTV or TUP hTlTF' IheKftoUr i experience for the last twonty-vtx year, RII at ,1; addrew Dr. \f II MORRIS, through the Poetoffiic -
: REifL'RAXT AND BILLIARD I I corn pet Watchmaker, be hopes to give entire mti.efption.
Nathan will take its text the dun'
Norton as in of I
u ion
the tho let of January IS:35. I I Savann ih, Ga., and a package of medicines,
j those who wish have their work dUDe in
.z SALOON, FOUNDRY, MAChINE: WORKS AND Marion John Mrlntovb ; all put.lie question, THC COV.TITCTIOT, strutlycvatrue I to to
I. By Paul H. Canwa Xewnan-St. BLACKSMITIIIXG. Robert Bullock : one.yeir SJ ; ono copy six '1 an I uDl'Omp""wi.leJ.'ASHlYCTOi workmanlike manner. .I i securely put up will be tent privately and with
c. I MX month, $1 ten I.'OpiC'c.
R. W. Bipcs & Co.DACUIIII1EOTYPE 6, Helveston ; Cur Ju'y, 1831 3 jf V atchcs", Clock, and Jewelry repaired at de"]>at.h, full vf direction therewith, and noqnestioru -
twelve month 815
BLACKUOOI &U'..'. RESfAURANTLayStreet .-- .. - J >I. Willis, ; 822 ; the shortest not ice. July 8-tf I I AlIke.
; twenty coj icf, i
ARTIST. Levy, D. A Morgan, Ivame CONGRESSIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS Copartnership "Vollcc. J Fcraunsliving at a distance afflicted with Scrofula
John It. Hatcher ril-'ti"\I above twenty cia be \\ A HI\.TI>\, July: 1834. undersigned hive thirdly forme a Co I I
W. Fistula inAnn
Robert WaUer ton THE Ulcers Totter Cancers Piles
We the
oJ Names can be Rent m at un.leJ'llihIle.I Senators ant Reprc-enta- under the firm of MATTIIIERSEX I
NaeMGII.Stre'j Rooms. on Forsvth-Street. Aillflborongh Simon Tnrman different Poet Office tives in the ConjfrcM of the. t nite.I Mrtea, e >riially & O'IIul.an'l will continue the Wholesale and Gravel Stricture, Gleets or any ducat whatever

TAUACCOMSr.F. (a. FRAME, M Cunningham, money taken forsabj:nn- I rel.01IImenllhe State Jiighti Regu.Ur and Au- Retail I I clan aggrat ated or malignant rbariictercau
E: T. Kenlritk
onal conomit.1, with the pnu ip'tv! all4l l pnqx> CLOT1IIXG TAILORING DL'SLYESSat .
. Rooms over Bisbcc & CanovaV Store Joseph M Taylor $ be cured at home ly consulting Dr. MORRIS by
S.IIEltX.NIJEZ.TOBACCO. nernando I 5e5 AS announce I in the foregoing to
.' tcd. postpaid, to Jlctf: .t prwitiw, the corner vf East Bay and Queen streets
SNUFF AND SEGARS.2ewnaji..Z. _ BaySlrset.JLWCLILY. W. M Garrison N. Y the cfjufi lenco an 1 support of our constituents. C'tarteston S C. I letter post paid, entlosmg a fee

abort Baffin vlun JloueI. I E Charles;, L. JlcJIinn, lire extensively engap*! in IS THE S iATf'. WM MATTHIE3SEX, I Medicines pleasant and safe, can be tent per mail

S C. n. OAK, Selph inventions an,1 will 11<- A. P. Butler: S. Adam, July! 'S-I. WM P O'llUlt I to any part of the United States.
AWn. '; Monroe Benjamin SaWyer, charge in regard to the nov T O husk, C. C. Cliy.jr ,
Clocks Watches Jewelry Fancy Good Peter Craw V Mannfartunnff Et-Ublishment, 36 Pratt Particular attention given to the treatment of female
.. dci. W. Jones Cenj.
Fitzpatrick .
street New luck, under fu >eruittndane ofJ
tul .
M. PUARSOV Cutlery, Ac. Bir-Street. Robert Clark J. Ton-er, S. R Mallory, IATTHIFSSEI [ -jire-2m complains La lies who may be afflicted

- ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR WM. GROTIIK Samuel 1 onni,*, Mariner Jai Shields, A. O Brown ang with Irregularities, Flour Allots, or Whites Pro-

: Office opposite the Court I lout W&tcJi-makf an.Jew-eler., Orange, Algerron Arthur Gmn S. Speer, .(/Wa/neo Rirtr Md) John I'eUit W. I80tuti Do nnlereignel Notice be absent at tho North IIfIF' Uteri or F-l.mgif the Womb, would do
boen estalIissbed the Pa-
in C James R W Johnson.imntsy THE
S FELIX I I'ISGTOS.AWl POAI-sb'Tu-e Building, Day-Street. Elijah Watson of tort Carroll, S lIer' the prevent time until alx>ut the 1st of wall to lAy sidle all false deUemey. aad promptly
Sumter W C. Williams or REf'RrllE'lfATrns.: October next when they will re-open a dock of consult tIe Doctor. Cu es warranted
PROBATE C. OAI & SON mi Irony of the River
Linn lloyd, (speaker,) F W Chaplain ciTe attention mast b.
D. O Lee, Goods for this marketIn the meantime their r All "titters to ie
,, Office in the Court Honse.ATTORXEY Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns PUtola. E. IL Crone Soller'Eastward* Points and Northward Th s. H Bayly J Let*'her, business will be in the han.Is of Rodney Dorms II poHtpiiL enctosn a fee. Addrers. Dr. W II.MOTRIS .
J & Uar-Strcet. J L Clm inan, O R Singleton Ceo
McQUEEN JldNTOtoII, c. Solomon Hall, which it is distant about E>1' DLOODGOOD.to VOr8G. i .Savraaah
Jag. L Seward (Qa.) Rolan Joncn, : ifFl*Biultm Rooms, Jfa. 88 Bryan street op-
LIVERY STABLE D. B Wright Panlns Powell Itf "olutlon of CopartnersMp.NOTICE JuJ/2-Cy
Fl Office on Bar-St.in Mr. Ochus' Ilonsc. By C. Bhs at BnfTiinpton House.XOTARIC8. A Fact Werth ta of tho 5th orJeit Thomas S. Bocock J C Brotkinndge fa hereby given that the copartnership I post t, .MoaLment.Squ re, :

It should be borne in mind that we 1 thirty-seven feet ((47) A U.EJomnlson, John'McQueon, n.Butler A Co, was duolved on the I Teas I TeaistTeu.5{ : .
C. BROWARD, 'ke. I a eonrse entirely different from the ; anj may be seen, un W P. Htrrts James twenty.fourth of July by mutual consent.
ATTORNEY .T LAW medie Dell to the from ele Alercrombie 'J U Batter is authorized I "pE.\S of the very Le4 qluJitJ' and.vamat.l
.'. C. BARRETT bringing our notice ( atmosphere, en T L Ocr M S. Latham to fettle tho basinets! 1 ink
and at reduced ,
new impnrtitmn .pocea
Office onikean-St. The recipe' the water 10 1-2 uauUcal of tho concern: Prompt of
Notary Public, also Commissioner for EXPECTORANT *audDaRRn ", P S Brooks Frederick P Stanton, debts due the firm is requested payment wiUtaoluig r*<- esfrouillb.toMlb,I .ad froa. 50 eentj
several States. Sampson. Harris, W. M Smith, Lo aJ 50 per poiitti Black tt the chavMt kind,
P. FRASER hare been made known eonfidtnttaUy bt.I1oo Beard : P JOHN O BUTLER
Colin M In araoll Phillips ,
S ATTORNEY AT LAW. _Qffict at Buffingtan Hotut. fire hundred medical men every one H DUE WERTON, R II Stanton. P. II Bell ang.2-tf R. II LEESE. abn Green of the finest qqahlyv T.McMILLAJTS.ang2S3t at f .

S Office on ForiytbSt.J.P.BANOCRHO.V.. JOHN II. II. UOUUS, commend them as highly efficient Corp Engintert J. Perking, F M.JIolIcn ,Copartnership, 'Al>oa ery.flan, Bay.
Expectorant. has been prononneed by _1, 1834. A. B. Greenwood W ts .
Notary Public. : Ashc NOTICE hereby given that we hare this day r 4.I [ 1-- .
ATTORNYATLAW. (fflfted JJuJinpto* Haute. .Address- .to.,. E. A.. Cologne. John 0-Darin, J 0.Allen into copartnership: for the purpose Admlulitrater-1 IhUce.1 .

> Juohua Vsneant John S Millson of sawing and pli.noIngIamher, at the Steam SawMill monfM after wtifprnentalyaceonaU f
; Fortytk DANK ACE CIE8. S 'Aoijmu' st $100 per quart or N. A. Richardson, A. IL Col.juitt, known M the City Mills under .the name SIX tha iron.'A.If.Jatlp
I vouchers I. :
aeooithug to ,
Dr. IT. Baeon, St Marys quantity.APOTHECARYmLJU '
O LGoonster.VIII. firm and Butler i .
A M. REED Barksdale style Kiernff. aid ask
and for Cvuttf to
; 1\-. F...,YOGA TON. .Thomaj McMillan of Probates Aladtma
.n. John 8 Caritle WV.. Doree ,JOHN. BUTLER,' '
Agent of the D nk--otCbu1 iton*:. 'Y [ be frora'lhe (UTIbeeadD'IIWZLIO5 oftheEsUUof
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Wm. Shefleseie & discharged
; LawrenieMKiett -, P. J.
Bailey. KIBRUFP.Notice. .
'.a.s 'JaciaomUlf., ;.. ..1 .- .._ *. 'Octan'Etrtet.J. jy8JIn Bast Bay, DOCK.WINK POET,WINE, J'' O J Faulkner ,.. '. I c'mug2-lm.. JACOB. E.. ;. wualyttd.ceeseI.v Vdtt4j F&: 8tad'ej'iaU. : t of sail

.: -.-. G. 'YCALL. : .: <: : .W.BRYANT..Agent DTCUET4IORESUATIt DTK -; : .BBAMDY/; .' pliOICE HAMS-Received weekly per SteamW -j rpHK nON.-TEtlX.LIVJKGSTOX .I". my anJL" S -TflQSLl'BEVAT, Admr.

S ,. :ATTORNEY AND COUNCELLOB.t of th. Dank'ofF.ir&1d,8. C.; ..1.) -tide now. ia us. ,for. sale by.k,-p. ee at J .J, "'. ,. .er, and for>al. cheap by:. ;.. ': thorbed ..eutdrIng my aisenoe Iron the jaa'14.6u -: :Wit S. STASDtET Vw'4'

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iItt '- : foTI $:
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