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: November 25, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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BY AUTHORITY.LAWS the following sums be, and the same an register and receiver of the land-office For the and -r 1- -
contingent We find the toaa .
expenses I of lair hundred m wai aruiL following wae par-
hereby appropriated out of in with a fit' adf eighteen and thirtysevenDine ,
say money I : together proper of the Indian Department,: pose t drob the flruit Into Kaldiaf ,"water .
thousand five hundred dollars Tb T bmgfcther to a laad at font ,
the treasury not otherwise learned in the law and ; ,
appropriated, person a dun of For the pay I of Superintendents of In- TM frail whkhwiUcacse the skin to coma ott east-
for the For eighteenth of twenty Instalments i inpoods coonaapiin oae (
OF THE UNITED STATES. payment of pensions fur the year Indiana to be appofated by the President dim Affairs per act of fifth June eighteen t in They mad her a MCM la sovuera bowers ly t place them in a bras or poreslaifl,reel *-'
ending the thirtieth of Jane tbonsand I of the Called stipulated the second article of
one State;) art hereby coaatito-. hundred and fifty, twenty-eeveatb February -. B.t IWM i* Wr Mad was MM t with'a tablespoonful of W
eight hundred and fifty-five; ted commissioner to ascertain and idjust ,eighteen hundred and fifty-two twelve, the treat of the'twe ty-ninth of July,, n r CuhiBf chat awl Wr .kk drays trtala quart or hmed and sugar stew wbd vry
PUBLIC ACT OP 334 CONGRESS For invalids pension, under rarioos acts,, the title of any claimant to any tract of thousand five hundred dollar : Provided, eighteen hundred and'thirty-seven, nineteen Aaa tteiticatauhofafrev*, tire tomato II i well f.oIB&Iod done lib, add; eotoe i .
three hundred and twelve ,, thousand dollars Wt* the strt aad*M!ef the.,. ipy
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thousand fire, subdivision (
or THE or uy part or thereof [That the President
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may, time to time,, For Tiny lad brMrhi her tfee to dies of fight bread with a Limpet but
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hundred dollars eighteenth instalments
; granted by the resolve of Congress of.thetwentyaiuth in hit twenty
UNITED STATES. discretion remove or change the location the ter; ,place ia shallow vend sad baka;
For Pension to widow and orphans, un of August seventeen haadred of any of the sapermtendeveies now establishment .of three smiths' shops 'TwM a lovely Id*chars die .era wesvs they are very nice when stewed but when
.Pat thefirsteion, which was fre- der acts of the fourth of July,one thousand I and eighty-eight,and the act,ef.the or hereafter to betolaMuthed by 1wj supporting three smith, and furnishing AM tile te* M that teued ar UMMn baked'pro deDek**. ,' -
glen and Aelcf a/fie City of Washington, eight Jtaadtec1 and thirty-six and twenty third .-' seventeen'buadred"lad For the vey of the sereral Indian Agent* iron and steel,stipulated in the'second article Pre 4 played with .umuaad Qa
in the District of Columbia.on Monday, tint of July, one thousand hundred, ninety-one,'eatitled "An act for granting per acts,, o( fifth June, eighteen hundred tbcutreatyef the twenty-ninth of B.t rain AklMMiberrcUe to her law betety'a* kafrf bias 1aieh wit as..la-beilah wb.it a lei
the 5th day of December. lfo3.aarf *dfd sad forty-eight. ninety-six thousand dol lands to the inhabitants and settlers at Vincennes and fifty and twenty-eeventb February, July, eighteen hundred and thuty-cerea aim hdmt,white.souse of mutton. Most turnips, have .' sttoag
on Monday the 1th hy of August, lars; and the Illinois country in the ter-. eighteen hundred and fifty- thirty-f our three thousand dollars; CuM the brew tel.with rich fntmmt, taste and should be pat iatf e water
1854.FiuhKUK. For pensions to widows, under acts 'of' | ritory northwest of the Ohio, and for com- thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; For eighteenth of twenty instalments for hum&h balmy tropic Uee. when started to both Ttf boO turnfpst lo-

Frct.cc President- DAVID the seventh of July, one thousand eight; firming them in their possessions" sad the For the pay of three Indian Sub-Agents the support of farmers,purchase of hnple- And mannered oft that stranger band mash,they should be got Into fair-'water t
R. ATTHIXSOX,President of the Senate,pro hundred and thirty-eight, third of March several acts in aid of, and supplementary for California,at an annual salary salary of menta. grain,and seed,and to carry on their Who MW ad loved her there when done, take up and dnid| mash with
ttmpore. Lu>> Born,Speaker of the House one thousand eight hundred and forty-three thereto. fifteen hundred dollars each, four thousand agricultural pursuits stipulated in the teaFdiag flower of a northern Und.Thetgh a woodeD spoon or spatula; add *altpep- t
of Hepreseatatives. sad seventeenth of June one thousandeight 11 SEC. 2. And be further enacted That, fire hundred dollars ; ond article of the treaty of the twentyninthof fading, still sofa!,. per and sweet butter and serve up. When J

(Prune C,.) hundred and forty-four, ten thousand[ I every such claimant to any tract of land so For the pay of four Indian Sub-Agents. July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven now Where cruet the sad fatal harsh breeiee was blow !clime at the Fair of the Southern Central Apicultural
dollars ; granted, or any part or subdivision thereof) in Oregon Territory, at an annual salary of one thousand dollars ; Whale Society last faU. we learned from
Collector District inNew atlas eoaldahed eo dear a Mad
An Act creating le a called the District of For pensions to widows under acts of| shall, within six months after the publication one thOusand.dollars each, four thousand For eighteenth of twenty instalments for Cauaaptls.'s deadly dew I Cute Summer,of South Caroline e way M
York, to the second of February, one thousand eight of the notice hereinafter provided for, dollars ; the purchase of provisions,stipulated in the cook turnips which every one that .tries
Dunkirk and constituting Dunkirk a hundred and forty-eight and twenty-ninth L1 file his claim in writing, with the said reg- For the pay of two Indian Su -AgeDU second article of the treaty of the twenty- Awhile abs ihme like a spirit fair, will get more than hU ubrcriptioa' -

Port of Entry Creek and the and Port of Barcelona of July, one thousand eight hundred and 11 ister, in which he shall specifically set forth ia Washington Territory, at an annual sal ninth of July, eighteen hundred and thiity- And Etberiaty radiuses bright seamed U till. air for this paper Peel turnip, and slice them

Silver CattaraigiuCreed. forty, fifty-six thousand dollars; such facts u shall be required in the in- ary of one thousand dollars each two thousand seven, two thousand dollars; From her eves of love aDd light, boil them in fair water, which the Idftticftf
Ports of Delivery.Reit For pensions and half pay to widows and[ I strnctions of the Commissioner of the General dollars ; For eighteenth of twenty instalments for 'Till their rap were qeemthed in e;dread eellps of a little salt:just before the turnip are
enacted by the Senate end House orphans, under act of the third of February Land-Office. For pay of three Indian Agents in Wash the purchase of tobacco, stipulated in the And her heart DO longer felt, done add to the water tableapooaiol of 1
Representatives of the United Stale of one thousand eight hundred and fifty- SEC.'3. And be further enacted That ington Territory, for six months, ending second articie of the treaty of the twenty- And silence fell e*UM lovely!'Jpfl sugar to every quart of sliced turnip;take
America in Congress assembled, That the three, three hundred and seventy-six thousand such register, upon the receipt of such instructions June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty- ninth July eighteen hundred and thirty- Where the ml ot sweetness dwelt. up and drain. Season with .pepper and

counties Cattaraugns and Chautauqneand two hundred dollar shall give notice by publication four, two thousand two handred and fifty lenD five hundred dollars; It I.wail when ytmth and beauty sleeps bettor, and serve up for the tab
the iMirbors,rirers. and waters on the southern Approved, July 27, 1824.PcBtic. in some newspaper of general circulation in dollars-r For thirteenth twenty-five instalmentsin :. Ia that late far,far away, IBISH POTATOES*-There are many ways I
chore or Lake Erie, in the States of the vicinity of the said lands of his readiness For pay of two Indian Sub-Agents in money stipulated in the fourth article of It in well for the nee that her boil it brief to cook this vegetable to make it delicious

New York,west of and including Cattarau- [ CIXJ I IAn to receive applications of claimants, to Washington Territory for six months,end the treaty'of the fourth "of October, eighteen That her fife ie bat e day t and yet our hotels seldom hare them fit to

Ctu Creek and the chores, on each side of I, Act making Proriion for the Postal which notice shall be attached the instruc ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and hundred and forty-two, twelve thousand Far To,.ho.ld meet the the marrow's rear her Under dead form eat upon their tables. An Irish potato,la

aid creek and west along the shore and Service in the State of California and in tions of the said commissioner. fifty-four one thousand dollars ; five hundred dollars; Beneath the might of many a tons be good must be mealy when boiled TV
territory bordering on Lake Erie aforesaid the Territory of Oregon and Washing Sea 4. And be further enacted, That For salaries of six Agents, antorized by For thirteenth twenty-fire instalments ll.t beauteous head U bowed. Mum secure this, select good potatoes wash them
to the Pennsylvania State line, and the islands ton. such commissioners shall meet immediately this act, at the rate of fifteen hundred dollars in goods, stipulated in fourth article of the clean cut the akin from, both ends, drop'

in the lake contiguous thereto,heretofore Be it enacted the after the time allowed for filling such per annum each, the sum of nine thousand treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen them into boiling'water,with handful cI
embraced ia the .District of Buffalo by Senate and Home claims and shall! hold their sessions at the dollars; hundred and forty-two, ten thousand five salt; the moment fork will penetrate them #

Creek shall be and are hereby constituted of America Representatives in of the United States of town of' They shall have power For the pay of Interpreters, per acts of hundred dollars; IDistcIIau!. freely turn the water aH off; and let them
a collection district to be called the District Postmaster-General assembled That the to compel the attendance of witness ad- the thirtieth June,eighteen hundred and For thirteenth twenty-five instalment until dry. Take up hot and *o&'id the

,of Dunkirk; and a port of entry for said authorixed to be, and he is hereby minister all necessary oaths, and to hear thirty four, and twenty-seventh February, for the support of two smiths' shops,including table. Those left over dinner maybe diced .

district U hereby established at Dunkirk, of the Post-Office empower the special agents and decide in a summary manner all matter eighteen hundred and f,-, twenty- the pay of two smiths, and assistants, VEGETABLES AND THEIR COOKERY and fried. Salt them well, aad,:fry ,
and the ports of Barcelona, Silver Creek, of California and in Department in the State I respecting such chums. Minutes of .eight thousand dollars; ,, and furnishing: iron and steel stipulated in C1'C1'xuu.Who ever heard'of brown. Another method of eookiaf tW
and CattaraBgos Creek shall be ports of and the to Territories of Oregon the proceedings decisions, meetings and For pay of six Interpreters for the Indian the loath article of the treaty of the fourth cucumber? we heard our readers exclaim cookinga potato to peel and die them raw;' let

2. And le farther enacted, That, in the from any regularly entered by the register in a book thousand dollars; two thousand dollars; well a man lire in this cooking to extract the bitterness, Now
in the manner post-office said State or Territories, kept for that with the For of six thirteenth of twenty-five instalmentsfor poor may country. boil in salt and water when
there shall be appointed and to allow letter-carrier purpose, together pay Interpreters for the Indian Take a cucumber just as it begins to turn ; nearly done,
prescribed by law, a Collector of Customs to demand any and receive so appointed evidence adduced in each particular case, tribes in Washington Territory, for the pivot two farmers stipulated in the yellow, peel and slice it into salt and water i turn off the water substitute sweet miIk
for aforesaid district, who shall thereafter other a sum for all letters upon which their decisions have been made. I six months, ending June thirtieth,eighteen fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of drop it into cold water and boil until ten add a lump of butter, with black pepper,
and daring his continuance in office re- not,more newspapers than or be mailable matter, Sin 5. And be further enacted, That I hundred and fifty four, one thousand five October,eighteen hundred and forty-two, der. Season with salt and -mix and serve up for the table. Another way
aide at the port of entry created by this the for may whose recommended office by every claimant to any tract of land so granted I hundred dollars; one thousand dollars ; withber and ttT- 7ew can pepper ten it from : cooking the potato i* to make it into
such other subordinate postmaster such letter or subdivision thereof For thirteenth of t.r-fire tnststments I bread. Boil the
ad together with carrier be any part or who For the par of Clerk to Superintendentt egg pla potatoes; skin and mash
officers of the customs as are provided for may appointed:Provided That can produce to such commissioners a- resn- I t- SL -T-nni--.- -Ifiumrl--. n r act nf-- twvntv-. --. For the pay of two carpenters,stipulated in them by hand; add sweet '"and 0DIf
bylaw, aid the compensation oi said colLector not more than twenty-fire cents shall be, tar chain of title from the original confir. seventh Jane,eighteen hundred and forty- the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth I IXDUX Coax OR KoASTmo EAES.-Who. cau Hour stir It well. Season with salt aad
shall be charged for any letter,newspaper or ounce nee to himself or who show thousand October,eighteen hundred and forty-two. don't know how to cook roasting ears 7 but butter turn into dishes
shall be such sum as designated can to their six one two hundred dollars ; if ; deep and bake. 1
of other mailvble each does know how to cook them
I ky the Secretary of the Treasury in matter. All appointments satisfaction a continuous. and connected For the pay of Clerk to Soperintendantin one thousand two hundred dollars ; every body YEGCTAII.ES Scisoxus.-Parsdy.. celery
the classification the compensation of collectors may be determined and rates of possession ia himself and those under whom California per act of third of March,, For thirtieth of twenty-five instalment I table it is seldom with we find green corn upon the. ,, thyme, sage onions garfie and other
all the
of customs,not to exceed one thou compensation modified within the knits he chums, for a period of twenty years or eighteen hundred and fifty two, two thousand for the support schools,stipulated In the good qualitk preserved seasoners, should not be .Into, loops of
sand dollars per annum: Provided, That incase aforesaid, whenever the same U found expedient more, next preceding+ the filling of hi*claim five hundred dollars; fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of r for is no wonder when our negroes are so greedy; stews until the soup is nearly done}:cnopr
no classification of the compensation in the opinion of the appointing or can show such a claim or title as would, For presents to Indians five thousand, October, eighteen hundred and forty-two pot liquor, in nine cases out often flue, and put ia five minutes before the soup
And be it contains all the the best of the
of collectors of customs shall be made, then agent: it further provided ThaI in the courts of Indiana bar an action of dollars; two thousand dollars ; vegetables. U taken from the fire.--Sotfo/" the SoutAt
all such Corn boiled ia the should
the compensation of the collector for the appointments wed contracts abet ejectment, such claimant shall be confirmed For provisions for Indians eleven thousand For thirteenth of twenty five Instalments I ear be
be subject to the approval of the Postmaster for the dropped into boiling water with alt toseason.
in his title. purchase provisions and tobacco,
hundred ,
the of established eight ?
eo&eetor LEAVES
w port entry ; '] OCKET BAN25,
Corn cut from the
General ;and upon notice to any carrier Sin 6 And be For stipulated In the fourth article of the treaty ear and boiled s
by tak act shall be fire hundred dollars per farther enacted, 'That buildings at agencies and repairs VfUfif .
ia with *
of his rejection by the Postmaster-General said commissioners shall thereof ten thousand of the fourth ef October, eighteen hundred milk seasoned butter, pepper.and haTe r
*moat,together with such fees and enrolosa on or before the dollars: We read aioarl
uhis ,
authorized laws. appointment and contract shall be determined first day of September eighteen hundred For erecting buildings for Indian'Agent, and forty-two two thousand dollars. alt is an excellent dish. Corn cut from .omewbere; gmtf
to as are by existing i and that all the the cob after boiling and mixed with butter body who Hooks ia trees and
letter-carriers Camancke i01lQ.l. itud saw
fire 3. And be further enacted, That I and fifty-five transmit to the Commissioner in Washington Territory, five thousand Apack, I good
collectors of customs for the sever appointed in pursuance of this aq shall er of the General Land-Office a transcript doUan ; the Arkansas River.-For first of ten instalments beana; murmod with butter pepper and in every thing,"but we never heard before t
al Tdelrrery constituted by this act subject to the provisions of the forty-first of their decisions in favor of claimants For contingencies of the Indian Department for the purchase of goods provisions salt, makes succotash a capital dish. Corn L of Leaves for Pocket Handkerchiefs. The
port is delicious dish
section of the act entitled "An oysters a ; grate the
and corn
act to agricultural I
charge which shall contain fair dollars umplements, stipulated '
thousand hundred
a statement of thirty-six five
shall be and compensated for their the ,
appointed has been for
from the with salt and discovery reserved & f ?
the of cob season
organization the Post-Office Department evidence on whkh.each in the sixth article of the treat y of the pepper,
Ian services and in said the officers mode prescribed shall exercise existing all the and to provide more effectually for founded; and also a transcript respective of their claim decisions is For; the reappropriaticn for expenses of twenty- eoth of July eighteen hundred mix in batter is and fry in butter. Green: Willis who, in his "Letter from the

and duties rested in deputy collectors the settlement of the accounts thereof,"ap against claimants, with a like statement the removal of the Catawba Indians to the and fifty three,eighteen thousand dollars; corn pudding a great delicacy; grate thecora Country," to the Home Journal thai describes '
powers of customs under existing laws. proved July second eighteen hundred and of the evidence and the l'easoaofeach west of the Mississippi River, and of settling For expenses of the transportation of the from the cob mix sweet milk and flour their application to that
until of the of purpove '
thirty-six except u herein otherwise first of ten instalment of goods consistency paste.
p 10- rejections and subsisting them one in their provisions nand
year finishes
27,1834. with
Approved July Tided: Provided That no letter or lettersor 7. And be further enacted That new homes, provided that a home shall and agricultural implements, stipulated in with anything the taste may dictate, a moral- f
I Pubic] CVL other Bailable [matter] shall be delivered the Commissioner of the General Land-Of, first be obtained for them, and that they the sixth article of the treaty of the twen- bake in s hot oven; it should bake quick. Now, our copnlmotnrwithreadcte,at least,.
by any postmaster to said carriers ty-seventh of July eighteen hundred and OXIONS ixD Lxxxs.-Many object to will '
unless flee upon the receipt of such transcript shall be removed only with their own consent ,
An Ad making Appropriations to Defraythe requested in writing by the person or shall issue a patent to each claimant five thousand dollars.To fifty-three,fire thousand dollars; Provided, these vegetable, that they are strong and breath, and the action of theredeting..
Erpente of the Cayiue War.Se persons to whom said letters or other mail confirmed in his title by the said commissioners so the Christain Indians.-For permanent That the goods provisions, and agricultural taint the breath but if onions or leeks are wind, (in a fast trot on bonebackj the*e

it enacted by the Senate and House able matter may be directed. ; and where any such claims have annuity, stipulated in the acts of May implements which may be purchasedand in milk they will leave no taint upon the cretions of our mucous membrane becomer
ef Rtprttevtalitc the United State of Sea 2. And be it further enacted That been rejected the said commissioner twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and twen- transported out of moneys hereby appropriated breath. Onions that are to be fried,should more active than those of gentlemen hi
assembled That each and letter-carrier upon shall be first be cut up Li cold water it extracts health. Every mile or half aide
America in Congress ever route which application of the proper shall have ty-four, and May twentieth, eighteen hundred not delivered until the ; -m reor
there be, and hereby is, appropriated, outf may be established under the provisions of power to revise such decision person of the said and twenty-six four hundred dollars.To .I said tribes of Indian shall hare assented to much of their spirits and make them less according to the'quarter of the windtne -

aay moneys in the treasury not otherwise this act, shall be deemed a post-route dur board,and may, if in his opinion the evidence the Chippevas of Saganaw.-For the amendments of the Senate of the Uni- pleasanter the taste. Take them from pulmonary rider must (pardon the ''
appropriated, the further sum of sereatyfira Sing continuance; and the provisions contained warrants it, reverse such decision permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth ted States to the said treaty, on account of the water,and drop them into boiling lard plain English) blow hi tm e. Neglect;of
thousand dollars, to pay the actual in the ninth tenth eleventh twelth and issue a patent therefor to such claimant article of the treaty of third August,seventeen which they are procured. : or batter. Season a* they fry, with salt attention to this visible and eonspicuuu f

aad necessary expenses incurred by the' and fifteenth sections of an act entitled "An I : Provided That this right to revise hundred and ninety-five, one thousand DelavFor the expenses of survey pepper, .. organ. and tats urgent calls for.the exter- M
ProriMoaal Government of Oregon in dete4ita : act to reduce the rates of postage to limit shall not extend to those claims rejected dollars;. ing the lands, as provided in the second article Eccs .-Peel the fruit and cut n&1 absorbent ia attended with mortifying t
people of the said Territory the use and correct the abuse of the franking where the same lands have been continued For the permanent annuity stipulated I of the treaty of the sixth of May, one them into thin slices, boil in alta r until resulta-the apparent,, breakwater. of s>

frees the attacks and hostilities of the Cayuse privilege, and for the prevention of by the said beard to some other claimant: in the second article of the treaty of seventeenth thousand eight hunflred and fifty-four, eleven quite tender,drain off the water and add moustache being,in 6C. but an uncleanly
Indiana in the years eighteen hundred frauds on the revenues of the Post-Office And provided further, That the patents November, eighteen hundred and thousand one hundred and forty-six sweet milk crumb in touted bread, and aggravation of the eriL My distress-will

and forty- eren and eighteen hundred and Department," approved March third eighteen issued shall only be a relinquishment of seven,-eight hundred dollars; dollars and ninety-6iv; mmtot whilst simmering gently,add butter, pepper be realized therefore,.when I siate that, 4 i
forty-eight and for such allowances for the hundred and forty-fire, and the fifth the title of the United States, and shall not For permanent annuity stipulated in the For the first of eight equal instalmentsfor I L:bnaeJc.tbjree or four fresh eggs; at the end of the first mile and at the GO-
eiyeaoe or adjusting the claims on that ac.aaa&MtIIe and eight sections of an act entitled "An be construed into an abridgment of the fourth article of the treaty of twentyfourthof payment 0I4Te chiefs per third and take 1 up before the eggs coosThard, and you currence of its usual and periodical necearity. --
Secretary of the Treasury may act to establish certain po t-roade and fur rights of third persons.Sxc. September,eighteen hundred and nineteen sixth articles of the treaty of the sixth of will have a dish almost equal to stewed oys ,1 found I had fomttat my pocket-. t

aVaraa pre not exceeding fire dollars per ,: other purposes" approved August thirty 8. And be it further enacted, That one t tbonsand dollars; May, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-1 ten. To fry egg plants they should be Sandkercief/'. -
easy&e ash commissioner; and that the first eighteen hundred and fifty-two hereby the commissioner appointed by tee President For permanent provisions for the support four, one thousand. two- hundred and fifty I peeled, cut into thin slices, parboiled then The dismay with which I made the too-
Beaieeary III the Treasury payout of said made applicable to said letter-carrier shall receive a compensation of eight of blacksmith*, and for farming utensils dollar dipped in batter, which has been highly ODd round .tmy pockets aced admitted e
mfffOffitiMm to mach thereof as may be routes. dollars day for each and day he and cattle, and for the employment of For the first of two instalments per fourth seasoned and fried hi batter, or hud; either fact, in its full honor,to m7 ooowictioe.nine .-
..seey liquidate said claims according SEC 3. And be further enacted, That may be engaged in the discharge every ,of the persons to aid them in agriculture stipulated article of tha sixth of May, one thousand ;way they aredelidons.EXGLISH ( miles to ride with that clamorous'necessity .

to die KforU W tSeeoaiausioners hereto- the Postmaster-General be, and be is hereby : duties imposed by this act,, and the regis in the eighth article of the treaty of the eight hundred and* fifty-four, seventy-four Pns.-Green peas to be good unattended to)-'must be left; to tbwreader's
fsw.tedforasoeruininguidamountad authorized to cause the dead letters ter and receiver shall receive such compensation twenty-fourth of September,eighteen hundred thousand dollars; must be young and of quick growth; after imagination. It wa an extraneous
of the Governor ot said Territory, that which may accumulate in the post-offices in for their services u may be just and I and nineteen and the seventh article For the purchase of four sections of land shelling,drop them into boiling water,with addition to my snow private atdSerian.
bar been communicated to Congress. And said State and Territories after the thirtieth proper in the'discretion of the Commissioner of the treaty of fourteenth of January, for the Christian Indians per thirteenth little salt;there should be but just enough that the road, at that hour of the alto d
day of June in the year one thousand eight of the General Land-Office. eighteen ,hundred and thirty-seven two article of the treaty of the sixth of May, water to cover tho peas;twenty minutes is usually thronged with the carriges omrneigbbon -

hundred and fifty-four, to be returned in Sea 9. And be it further enacted That thousand dollars; one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, boiling will cook them; lost before taking and country Tiaiten with many
rt fit Treasury Department the United periods not less than quarter-yearly to the it shall be the duty of the Commissionerof Fur the education during the pleasure of six thousand four hundred dollars; II p. add a lump of sweet butter,with pepper whom I should be called upon fc>exchange-
Metes wiOum the next fiscal year. post-office at San Francisco, to be thenopened General Land-Office to prescribe such Congress, stipulated in the sixth article of For payment, under the direction of the and salt to taste; cook them in brass or a word iD pueiDg-m ftty &Ie'otnaeeog.. ''

.Src.2.. Led H it further enacted, That and examined under the direction rules and regulations may be necessary j the treaty of the fifth of August eighteen President of the United State, the sum of porcelain. [A table spoonful of "Utoeach IIitioD caDiD attention ol ., '., fa- iM.- .
AU of caid daims ana accounts nine veto-. of the postmaster ol that office, who shall, to,give fall effect to the provisions of this !hundred and twenty-six, one thousand dol- Ie thousand six hundred dollars: Prodded quart of peas and a sprig or two of"mint," neglected member rmmedatoly-above. illyb .
,|ara adjusted shall be settled and adjusted I according to such regulations u the Poet.the act.the tars. ,That the said Chistian Indians shall add,while cooking greatly improves them. the perplexities that may. be addedto, thev
at aoca place and in such manner u t masterGeneral may prescribe return to I Approved, July 27, 1854. 'ace, Menomomes, Wiitnebagoes,I release the United States from aH claims -Eos.So. CULT.) length of a familiar nale I -
Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe Post-Office Department such of said letUrs I cud fie. York Indians*-for education or demand for land or money arising' unde SacASH.The early bush and crookneckare lint a light began to break capon me a*H
Aid the Secretary of the Treasury U hereempowered u all be found to contain money sal ma- (PCBLIC CLI3L] daring the pleasure of Congress stipulated the third and fourth'articles of the only fit to cook when very young; cut galloped along.The leans of trecleaiv
by to re-examine any award ble papers, or matters of consequence to I An Act Act in the fifth article of the.treaty of the eleventh agreement of the eight of November, one the stem and flower end off and drop into gait and p Whynotl* Iptaekadj
that has been pansy be made of said claims, be disposed of acccordmg to law and destroy ".. Act supplementary to authorize to Notaries an entitled Public ef 'August, eighteen hundred antwentyseven d thousand eight hundred and twentythreemade boiling water;when done take up and drain immediately at one of the finder of my
.and ia red th. amount if in his judg- such letters as shall be foam to CIO take and ,one thousand fire hundred with said Indians' the'&ymeDta of through colander: then witn a wooden friend the CotnmodoFe, whose--'gxmnd I
tain to certify Oaths, Affirmations six thousand four hundred dollars and one ,mash until the was passing and made an uperhaeat
weal fesmdcd oa proof it should be too nothing ofTalue: Provided however, and dollars.Choctavs mass is perfect jelly without -
Acknowledgments in certain cases.n llw
mack. That no dead letter shall be opened which For permanent annuity,stipulated thousand six hundred dollars as above provided add sweet butter,salt aid pepperand ''slackenufg my pace. The-.feaf ApproTed July 57, 1854. the postal arrangements of the United Be it enacted by the Senate and House ia the second article'.of the treaty ,being in lieu thereof',and- la full consideration I serve up for the table. Marrow. squashes small the operation,chansy perhap a*a-
States with foreign countries require to be of Representatives of the United State of sixteenth of November, eighteen hun- of the same. ,should be split open the seeds taken out, first rate, rather unsnecafaL< I tried ar>.
Public CTILAn returned unopened to each countries respectirely. America in Congres assembled That dred and five three thousand dollars ; Java- For the expenses of surveying, the skin taken off, and dropped into boil elm,'a little farther on-then'ace pafc..tot

Act t* Increase the Salaries tf Executive all the powers and authority conferred in' For permanent annuity,,for support of u provided in the third article of the treaty ing water; when done take up and mash; it was the broad leaf of the syrame..:*M ,
md Judiciary Officers in Oregon sea 4. And be il further enacted That and by the above recited act approved September light-horsemen stipulated the thirteenth of the seventeenth of May;one thousand add sweet butter salt and pepper, break I first recognized ss endures probable-pro-*
Nee Mexico Washington Utah and the Postmaster-General allow ,to the sixteenth eighteen hundred 'and article of the treaty' of,the1 eighteenth :of eight hundred and fifty-four one thousand three or four eggs into the mass, stir it well vision.Jor the,nt..eeU.. .The shape'waaangfes. -
Minnesota. in said State may and Territories fifty upon notaries public in the State andTerritories :October eighteen hundred and twenty, six nine hundred and_eighty postmasters 1 be and the, same are hereby the Iaodr.ted b J' the three ufut
hundred dollars cent squash prove dry: a Jitt1e..eet. milk
twenty ;
Be enacted by the Senate and House from the hundred first day and of fit!July, one thousand vested in notaries public -within the' District For permanent; provision for ,education ,For the payment of-a portion of the 'one may be used to moisten ft. Cooked in this Bfsre, then were band] _
ibr such
.f Kepresenfatite of the United State of eight ee, sums of Columbia. thousand it win what its tree; and more n than m.
stipulated in the second article of the treaty hundred and fifty-seven five hundred way. prove name imports
America tn Congres*assembled,That the out of the'I postage collected at their respective SEC. 2. And be it further enacted. That twentieth of January eighteen hundred dollar due tne Iowan under the second Marrow, indeed.Srneacx.Tb. brie because with.'.oaotasua*: they, coald

annual alarieof,, the Chief Justice aad offices as will, ia addition to commissions notaries public be and they are hereby and twenty Bye,six thousand t' dollars; clause of the second article of the treaty s is one of the most deG- be throwwaway.. My pocket, fiBad;with*
'Aforite Judge of the Territories of Ore- allowance!,aad emoluments, be authorized take and do then I hurried .=rtifttttl..
to deposition men For permanent provision for blacksmith of the aiathteeath of October one thousand dousof the whole tribe.of the greens fami1ij. en. ,t.o&.ln.-
'ri 'Washington, Utah, and New Mexico, sufficient to defray the actual and necessary other act in relation,to evidence to, be stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty eight nunorea ana wuny-eignt, to oe ii MU uic' mm_ '' esreiauy' MM, drop time with my letter,and rcdoccaxfwtabry
be lad the same are hereby. increased tothesum expense of their office used in the courts of the United State in home. a dea&ycamor leaf
fund them into bailing water in ready
of eighteenth of October eighteen hundred applied as an agricultural per ninth there has ;a&-.err
Sec. 5. And be it
of two thousand five hundred dol- further enacted That the same manner and with the effect, a* and twenty,and the ninth article of the article of the treat of the seventeenth of been a little salt put; tenor fifteen minutes mile,for Ihedemand*of my BMcoaa neoe..
Ian eahjand that the salary of the GOT- the Postmaster-General be,aDd ha,U hereby commissioner to take acknowledgment. treaty of twentieth,,January eighteen Mar,one thousand eight hundred and fiftyjour win be enough to cook them...When done, ehI.. .
I ,tenor of.tfr KexSco be, and the same is authorized, and directed ia the settlement bail aDd affidavit may now lawfully take bandied and twenty-fire,six hundred dol- ;My thousand dollars Provided, take up and drain through s colander. Now ere,you see, 'to'nta tbiphUa.e.
"''Tjerebr; iaenased to the sum of three thaw of the account of postmasters ia the or t'J, ', lars;. That th appropriation herein made"for interest season with butter; pepper and salt, and phy of the matter)i is prodiact.ot..
sand cl Uan;and that of the Secretarie ofOncpil State of' California aad Territory of Oregon > ,2VL8UFeme Fee permanent,oD for least:and oa ODe hundred tad fifty-eeren thou lay over some dice of toasted bread and. getation-a leaf which fime nMmit'iMl ikunthought .

Washington Utah,and New Mexico June erring a* such previous to the thirtieth of steel 3br shop,stipulated in the ninth article sand fire hundred doHars,at five'per-cen lUTe up for the table. I of---but. .w. b capable; **.. !
,U the sum of two thousand dollan-per fifty-threeto, Domini. allow,eighteen hoadred aDd .. :( CLxyn.jAn of the treaty of.twentieth .of January, tam stipulated. ia. the second article attire Sauirr oa Yx KTau .-"Wash coming that fitater tbtor,Hhtteo4aai.of ]

"., That all jut sad. reasonable to.each postmasters incurred Act making,Appropriations far: tic eighteen hundred ,and'!'twenty-five, three treaty of the nineteenth of October,. eight the root perfectly clean and drop them'into -:, & ..,.' .Ladie handkerchiefs, ) leenowt
fZ And be 0 fsrtAer', them ia and about the expense aortal and contingent.Expense*of the haadred and twenty;dollar: hundred and &- !.be'reduced boiling water; when done take up aDd have 'been subject of peetry*'''Themhnstratioa -
by buss tt their '
1M Korea!a&Iariea of the Chief Justice and riBfM aDd India Department;:and for ftdfiStng Cl dbxsaM :For payment to the Chick- to the sum of firs thousand. three hundred. mash add sweet milk and flowr'sufficient is'boaouraMec Lecvea toper-
Asteeiatr,Judge of the Territory' JCnaetotabe official resptVUre duties Provided+ the iacIIarJ of their 'Treaty Stipulations,with'various 'Zadtan astir Nation la full of the expeanet of their aad. acresty-fiTedoHarl;. > to nuke a batter Season with salt and form service so intimate would aaai tslyenlarge
increased to two thousand dol- ,That no allowance the ia considcrktioa' !and such other condiments the their destiny.. They die lamer or
;: ., shall be made.Ybenb1 the United State Tribeifor year ending June xanmisaionen ins negotiating the treatyotJmetwatty For the payraeat of removal pepper,- ,
shall with" thirtieth,one; thousand fight' hundred : evooad;:eighteen haadred to their raeTTation and,of a.release oyster require*,and fry b batter. Another them, therefore tea whitwonMseetn toba-

.; c1'laJlT- ; ; X854., : bs'charged. .; 'sayiIDbbtedneuwbataoeTer. aadf; / e+.asd fn other purposes. and fifty-two,a*atijpujatod ia the ninth:artiefe :.of all claim pet twelfth'article of the treaty way in which they are very delicious is, a needles. frtsi n>aacw- Ot"oaursa'thar:
+ r :1854. JSt.it enacted by the Senate and ,BouseAmenta of sa&treaty,oae thousand fire;hundred -, of die esTtateeath of May,one thousandeight to grate >tbe root oa u' fiDe a grater as it has its lesson. What cooaectionr wlshr
.Approved;lurl : :
.. .:(. 'CvIILJ s of .fills u.l StIIIa of doBar t 1ICt+ :: -,,' .' headrtd tad Bf -flour,fir thousand will pas*:through f: add'sweet mffk, just existence nTrrr TITT k trltlihi iiaitTuir e'
*.AtI.jstaJnnr' Appropriations'for the -J. / la Congresv assembled,That HiefbHowtegftBB r"'J e t Yt.1tipQatai ia the r .- j. "" -... eooeghto corerit, and boil f'when,'done, faculties, if.ViBd but know itt
"",Payment ofthfJnialtdaod, other' f en (Pestle CT.J"y4 a be.aad they are hereby;apBfOBrisatdf'mt ,IeC oC.tbMh ofFebnury arm '-Kdapoct'-'Fot OM expenses of.ialecf: add BOUT uoagitomakeab.tter; ceasoq >angeU not'necessaTfly bloVtAMcriftk,
., nae 4M4 ,Unit td Stales forth year A*Ad tOnsieert4hi arud'adfatsAs';Titles ofaayaieoey, ia the treat- teenhtmdred fled aktj-Bine,three''tbou jibeIeeervttiea provided fa the finis-' with tall and pepper j break twoor.three without thiokmg.ef. tt*|my,dtetata.{} -
S '.,estdwcg rM'thirtieth ef/ttoe, 'mt;Ooo-' '1' f*'certain> Land in the. State. q.. hubBe wrecK.r t.M"tI. park' I..tS,. .. .r .. ar smle.c..k_trest-, otMaea eenUi.:of lIP m sad itktte whole together r fry.ia "
'I ,.sc.ri eiglkt ktidr.d aidhRg tsua, I8I pose paying Ibjuaufeal andadeoiitffi '. 1ia eierier.andtkri; Mar iafetbuadredandflftjaad -" 1 batter or rery'iwart bud end_the- resemTOJUTO. Anthony 'Burs, t 'wtarne :.t ,_ .

.:-Se fr unacted b.tke\Spaate WdJ/tnIM tifBtcteJtyA*'Saute:and:ffoneof texM8eo/tt J.-, '. 'y+ .C..II..tJIr l f:. fete ,>DSSrbiog i bi ee tine".,_b eon: ebaTtioi tiazaotodstyhal>>1'rq"'tQr ;
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< 3Ir.Soafe J fsthe rtprcsentative; ,But it 1 Is for'the present tbb''was hastening 'to< ,. 'e:;: ITEMj. Curacos,3lecrew' Captain the lon. H. F, sing from this occasionMr, .'JIe5ss; jfcen I high with uptratlons, and ti. .
c t, fu Fcl i not Empresses Duchesses; Emperors, Madrid when a edict from Jbi ,Wxbai: bad;.tha,pleasure,of a Calf(frOnTourfscnd Hasting *,TheWesttndla"amongst tbenumber, Ae.wtfl to have possessed the confidence. of Hibusiness bope ; was Amt-rkere brightening with aabiUoui
H and turned ,him 5" & .reinforce theif men so'mudi _as tibave beenknown ftwjW1551
.. 1. '. or Dukes to dictate to the American poople, Tuere stopped bk. ; tA' Editor o the .AdrertiwbOdjhflthi$11at Teasels should be added suar alreadrtherejindenroide { who scnive.foi-eiiec, fofrf<>menL'
that : zi&nieaf
Louis: Napoleon ; dayi shall have by the bonast.liencyeS the nncertalnty the which1?
who 4s fit. to theirIntcrts. we tenure by
a person represent cart know it be of th .
legitimately '4, may 1m 0"'hla >:WeVerc the station. The Cholera is said to have disappear. hold our existence that we the
.; ; Wham that people dignifie8byptacin; importance our Government that i since; way tldo following "<' may nwe
men : hin Hannibal < .. 9l, crew- hip from the art.d .s. : 0' worthily bestow the hat tribute of a&c-
I in such a capacity,*they should protect he should reach his-ddnton hi the..beat raW; to .e.him |c .. f boaopontU deceased. Bbt.W
Colowds !
. SATURDAY, NOV MBRS; 185 Mr. Soule has, filled the office! to which possible' time:, :"right:. het and id-learn that the' Ad'vertitei '; 'Boscawen -' '-* I The.;Charleston' Courier :says, under. since 1Dct he, whoee loss we have now nit

he has been appointed it home, with credi .11t f wait'the pleasures of whom and be.iurte; < 11 like'.condition' fqW'sl r'&I*.5 Curacoa :.- :10..1DJdp'; date ot the 18th Instant,'"there,are now'Inj9rt5 to deplore, .*ft his home to attend. Don
: ADVERTISEMENTS.. THIS WEEK. to himseirand the-eatiafaction of his constituents to,be mn any"of oar citizens havi sence from the chair editorial,b prue *..('Termagant24. ,screwfrigateTeatal 30, snips, 19 barks, 14 brigs and 1 19 tne Alas present! how session of the Circuit Com.

. NOVEMBER 25. and not until, be ,get. Abroad been Je a1' their cases bednly.attended of the' r '-20, a1rrpt schooners,:besides a number of small ton- little did he think then that W
w> soon to
abus pueu was become the
Brewer Administrator isthesuf I' Calypso, .- 18, included boTe. subject U w
Jfotlce of'Applietion.Jts&c where the principles that be .represent! to Government. ) U1 sage, not in the mournful occasion!
Estate of 3. Brewer.Alachua ferer and Is humiliated the .oCall I With sallerateameis, tp c a testimonial of
are contemned and his,talents in eyes THE work of building still "goc bravelj In Mexico,Vhe. Government troops hail our affection and esteem for the
sufficient -
Winter Mail arrangements, W.GrothPostmaster. <, lured Europe.. May it prov itself equal to the I We trait that thi*force will b and of deceased
brick of, Mr. A M. heed our grief at hia loss
stead,of being honored,.do we Le th on. The block to induce the Yanke draw in obtained a decided advantage over the ,

List of Letters remaining in the Pot. ridiculous q4"and the outrages'in .:emernc. ha attained an altitude' hitherto unknowxto their horns, and 'wit decancy to Revolutionist*,at a place called Campo de Stewart B. U,Bricked Eiq, the That Bar of, In Lad the deeeas Plond.hWufl

Qfict.Galpin.' FBGl'iEW8. houses in. town. That of.Ambler weaker a* well as well as power .
social by the our stronger Guerrero- two hundred of ,the Revolt member whose mind pre eridew of UM
V House,by G. M. Galpin Middlebttrf.Fla. rltons o LndO I By the steamship: Aslat .hic arrived similar is not,there are not only'means but incl. sine i of taUntof ordinary and wk,rtIIIIMo
. Times, with tamev. &beg, prss I tionists being left upon the field, and two bad
cone bi h.ia.t. at New ,York on the,16th, ,Liverpoo pprons we believe to compel f"J.* Tivn ornameat t h a irofea ot,
! Miller ft McCncn, Jacksonville Prori- be c rcgrettedw that e emanations of a big. One of the ItM.i 1 nti inspudeutbully of the Cyane, who piece artillery, with'oth_ arms taken '* ted. we sincerely avmp.thi.s with
dates of the 4th i instant :we learn that 30,- '
tiont; fc at 'new store in &. .' Block. servile should .be' sufferedto I substantial building bing stke wit was sthry1bere was not an English man-o from them the mother and other relatives of the cleceaeM.1a
Europ 000.Russians had attacked and the good The brick blok Brwal their affliction,and devotedly that tUhaad
; tale Miller& McCuen. than the schooner pray
for ,
Jlygeana by ten :at larger
find response in this country, avid and also of Mr. are war : Qreytown The English and French residents had I. that has smitten may, in mercy,heat,and
Card Pearson i Coker. : forts of Balaklava and that a .tht Samis have chance of pick- weUfr
er batlei Bermuda, may now a this their berearement to their.verlMtia
and should the ned.
European will grand
sympathies < far but receiving
Law Card Mclntoeh & Wheaton. crate ; i then ensued,which ended in the withdraw b pushe rrn tap tip hn match, i if his government dare to Retohtd That as a token ef mpMt to tWd,-
remembered that this same London rapidly. As fast a stors news of the taking of Sebastopol. the Hon.Thoraaa
Oils ceased
Paints, 4c.Je1h WhildenIIayneIftrtd b i al of the Russians and leaving the Britisl taken notwithstanding entrust him with a command.NEWS DoagLu, Ateoriaie Jitire -
Charleston S.C. Times but three years since assailed what pleled, they are eagerly The Mexican blockading squadron at of the Supreme Court be invited and that
Haute ;Jranttd.i' i in possession of the field. The siege or the stringency of the times. W e THE WEEK the Iloa. William A.Forward Judge.of the Circuit
is now termed the Napoleon more Acapulco has met with a sad disaster I roma
great or Op ,
" ; warehouse Court, be to the
I in favor observe that the requested join members of tie
Sebastopcl was said to progressing -
i' __ bitterly and in coarser terms, than it dos b has Ituc, assumed The San Antonio (Texas)' Ledger say furious storm on the 19th of Angust- Bar here present,m procession to accompany the
ME. SOULE AND KAPOLEOW. of the Allies, two Russian chips having Judg Dong lengh also that remains of our deceased Brother to the iteaBMr
Mr.Soule. The schooner Santa Anna with
Mr. II. Williams seventy
, The refusal of the French! Government We regard the times critical, and this been sunk, the Quarantine battery silenced those apparc by Mr. Sammis and on last Sunday the cvnlng fourteen mile, seamen and soldiers, foundered and aU of John.DeI monrninj for that Ihe irpace we do of wear thirty! the cia,usual. badre

'I: to permit Mr. Soule. United States Minister and the bastion of Fort Constantine dama Col. will b finished in the same living on Meina abut Kuolttd, That the Clerk of the Circuit Court
expulsion of Mr. Soule as but the first Drwar butchered were lost-another schooner and a corvette
street from this was by a be under
Bay City requested order of
. by the explosion of a magazine.On row on cruelly an the Court,to enter
. .to Spain, to pass throughlhe territory; move in a programme long since arrangodby god, above Mr. is by Mr of six Indians. seems he hue were much injured, and the fate of another the name, age and date of the deceased Claude
cFrs.nce on hs way to )Madrid has beeotne the day following the attack on the Red's McCuen Groceries and pry I Stewart,together with the proceedings of tibmeeU
is Kiel Miller &
peveral European cabinets. It -by and after not ascertained.
house for water soon
from his
. : fruitful theme for letter writers forts the Russians made a sortie from Se Clothingbythe gone tins upon minutes of said Court and that a eeer
?I a not Mr.Soule that is s much objectionableto Pro\'illions-by Mr. Ripley, his wife him shout for assistance Gen. Almonte, now Mexican Minister at of the tame be furnished to the aaotaer of tM de.
of the both paid to have been driven Office, and Agency of Planters hearing ceased
discnss.on the
" t aDd fol"\1.he press on Louis the United States. batopl.but a Republican will bo sent to Vienna and by Secretary of this meeting,,aad to
Napoleon the and found the cruel Washington, I
the Atlantic. a Bank of South Carolina. ran t spot, each of journals ia the Eastern Circuit for jmMJ-
; oC I
: tides The Russian Bear in the East, and the bck "ith Faireld the last week hat work had been done-her husband wan will be replaced by Francis Munangoi eat.

.. A feeling of indignation almost universaHy American Eagle in the West, have long In Sebastopol, the los of life is said to I II THE WUTHE sufficiently killed. The Indians then robbed the now Consul aCNew York. On motion by Philip Fraser, Esq. the
that effluvia arises from the clear-the atynosphere being then
so meeting
this adjourned.
pervades American people at ben ,
; been of and b great a The Mexican Government had
apprehension provided
objects jealousy
off their They
. direct Insult1 to trap'Government, which is I corpses. Lord Raglan prefers along bracing to give a relish for exercise at house and carried childrn. THOMAS DOUGLAS Cha'n
to the rulers of a few thousand square and served feast that the Pacific steamers running between JAMO M. BAKU .
. the I bombardment to an as-sault.; all times, and to cause people nights and then I left the house, up a ,Secy.V
generally expressed by
pretty newspapers miles in the west of but there has Panama and San Francisco touch at
I or may All the in the Eastern
Eurp cultivate the acquaintance with papers Circuit
. of the although make The Russian accounts their mornings to shocking crely.
country, < represent
at no time before unity of Mazatlan, instead of Acapulco which is ui are requested to copy.
bn sufccnt : *
. i it the occasion for a fling at the Administration and them effect forces a having been victorious. Both ar a good blazing fire. Mrs. Williams followed them, and succeeded -
plan blockade.
. and to reiterate the charges of tin another purpose Alliance among and start t another mice arc being: largely reinforced. Since writing the above we have bad a by entreaty,in getting back her two NORTHERN CORRESPONDENCE

: i French, English and Spanish press again i crusade Holy for the balance, of The Lord Raglan's chief interpreter has ben war refreshing rain of some hours youngest children-the other, a little girl, A destructive fire occurred at Kingston, PAINTED POST, N. Y.. NOT. 20, 1854.

i : Mr. Soul, which represents him as a political -: of the French power.Govern discovered to be a Russian spy. in duration, and,the contents of our winter they carried off lire Williams started fora Canada West,on Friday night. The steamer ,. It is very cold, Mr. Editor, and the
present usurper This frantic withgrief. Prince Albert,lying at the wharf took snow i is falling-falling in dense -
. schemer and A Spanish that France Eng- gardens are looking up. morning hence, almost massesalready
a republican paper
proj agandUt says neighbrs
ment from the fate of his the
. I dangerous to the crowned beads and uncle, taking has succeeded warning in affiliating himself land and pain "i send a combined flee I (Saturday) the air i clear aud a balmy a After wandering about bewildered fire, but the flames were extinguisbetf.The : i cold. Cold.ground I said is but covered far from and cheerlesl it is"rT

to Cuba. that of May.EVERY ( the whole of Sunday night,she came wreck of the New Era Bremen
f the peace of Europe. Against-these charges with the regularly annointed,and now feels protect or t I Within the room the grate is burning

'J we have Mr.SouIe's direct avowal as a in out his ambitious views. It is asserted that the French Govern steamer from the North, now' the house of a Mr. Caruthers. Several citizens packet published last week, has proved a I cheerfully,and the anthracite casts a bright

: that never by act or deed has s'ur carrying ment have discovered papers that implicate a goodly accession to our popnla- immediately started on the trail of the most disastrous one. The Captain and i glow around it-it even infects our pen
U gentleman, The four that have now bring
great powers were, with i its cheer and feel
. we
Mr. Soule in to in the shape of refugees from the but it was thought they would es- with the of the Steward very philanthro
t. t ri be done aVght against the i resent French become but two, and England and France a great plan re\'olutioniz India crew, exception I pic. There on the street,the snow is disagreeable -
which avowal should Northern winter blasts; those looking When the news reached San Anto- were saved bnt of the remaining 400 I
:f Government, we must regulate the affairs of the nations of Europe. cp. ; and dreary-but inside the walU]
credit, rather than the jealous guesswork the earth. Advices from Bermuda, state that a ship about, in order that their lines may fall in a party of reglar under Captain souls on board only 152 have been saver. of tho house, and we forget all our trouble.

:i. : of monarchical spies and censored newspapers. In the first place the Russian must >f the line had been despatched from pleasant places! and those who, having Calhoun, was sent After following Many dead bode: were found wood i in; and look on the brighter side of the piture >
. the side
b thence to Greytown. The Bermudian anticipates previously determined t mak Florida some sixty or seventy miles they the rigging. The scene as described is fun upon whereon are limned
arrested in his march of progression-he is the sleigh i ridings and skatings out doors
his serious difficulty from the burning their home, are now bringing' on their returned. Tho party were found as harrowing as that the Arctic but
I' Again it is urged that Mr. Soule, by cohering by far too large a portion of the t b upon ; nut and joke crackings in doors-fun and
of G town. and chattels. Camauche Indians and evinced their ruling aa they were mostly German emigrants frolic both out and in. But amid
:f 1 1 t own acts of imprudence, has rendered him- Eastern In the next place re} goods our rejoicings
: self little worthy of sympathy from his the American lemipber.must confine himself to the By the mail from Hong Kong. Septenr AYE learn from Mr. Ford, that the furniture propensity, that of stealing all along the and not so woven in the fibres of the national the} there conies a fearful death wail

: the consideration of his of the bew Hotel is being arranged, route. heart as the victims of that catastrophe trom heaving ocean which casts a
t own country,or metes and bounds which are already his in her llth, at London, it is learned that gloom over our spirits and we breathe a

, 74 government. The London Times leads the West With the failure of the Ales Canton is still held'by the Imperialists, but and that the House will soon b open t The Austin (Texas) State Times says less notice is taken of it. bilent prayer for the safety of those who

"f J l oT in this strain, and we are sorry to see,, in their campaign against the dominion constant fighting had been going on. I the public. that five companies of Rangers were mustered On the 7th instant, as one of the sons or ugo down to the sea in great ships."

. finds an occasional echo upon this side of pf present the Czar, it would seem perfect w-a thought that the Imperialists might b INSPECTOR OF ClSolsMr.l. V-Gar- into service on the 3d instant and a proprietor of the circus and menagerie on Yon have beard of the loss of the Arctic -

.; .' the Atlantic. The following is an extract madness to arouse the controlling power of able to bold the city-the provinces were isle Esq..b been appointed Inspector oi the Stale Gazelle says that they will b exhibition at Cincinnati j, was playing near by, with which its a great thousand freight hearth-stones of human lives are

from that paper of October 3d: the Western Hemisphere against them; infested with banditti, interrupting trade Customs at this Port vice McQueen McIntosh sent to Forts Martin,.Scott and Worth, to the cages of the animals, he was seized by made desolate, and the mourning cry is

:. *It Is to be regretted that men who are en- but "whom the Gods would destroy, they md internal intercourse. Attempts had i Esq., resigned. I await the order of General Smith. I fur- the paw of a Lion. and his ace awfully; echoed from every hill-side,and from the

" I ttuted el .representing with the such important a country and responsible a* the United duty first make mad." been made by the steamer to open a communication DEATH or CLAUDE STEWART. This gentleman -: thermore states, that the Rangers ar-fine lacerated. )ftdical.aid aid was immediately depths of every valley, city, village and

. SUtos ia tturope, should display mnch sensitiveness That our government will themselves with shipping places on the expired on the morning of the 2 men, well mounted and equipped.The secured and it is hoped that the boys eyesight hamlet. "0, it U monstrous! monstrous!
on so paltry an occasion. Whatever affronts prove this whither he had to
at come
- ; may befal Mr. Soule,have been richly earned equal to crisis that may arise- river, but without success. The river was place at Galveston the health may be saved. Ucthought the billows, spoke, and told me of It
any tend his duties member Ntlrprs The winds did it "
by tumcelf sine* be set foot in Europe; and hat they will firm in the maintenance full of pirates. At Shanghai, on the 26th t professional a a of the city h long letter We learn from the Charleston Courier. I sing to me.
J while ne has forfeited his claim to the courtesy b )f the Bar, upon the opening of the Circuit & And hardly have we recovered from the
of the laid down for their of August, the in full possession account of the fight with the Indians that the ship Brother Jonathan Captain
insurenter an
4 I. usually shown strangers; ha can claim no especial great principles Court. In another part of our paper will riving effects of this shock, than we are called to

,. I consideration for his diplomatic character, guidance; we have no doubt. Let not of the city. There was activity in x found the proceedings of his brther of ,in which Lieutenant Carr was wounded Tucker, which sailed from Charleston for chronicle another. The Express train on

: which wbichIioeour.ecoednedto he Is accredited. the country to bluster and bravado "accomptmh Car the the exprt...tlde. At Too-chaw foo, the he Bar upon the sad occasion. from an arrow in the abdomen. Though Liverpool the 2Cth ultimo,with a valuable the Canada shore, or Great Western RailRoad

of what force of o uu actively going forar MILLER & )ICCUE .-It will be seen by wound first considered mortal he ashore came into collision with a gravel
1 The men thus spoken of, of course include power urp arms and there was no appearance Or-truble he; was cargo,was near Portaferry,county train, killing forty and wounding some
could. that war is a he interior. It that thePlenipotentiaries looking over our new advertisements that Down Ireland and would become total ,
1 Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Mason and Mr. never I great was reported Wa recovering.It a slightly, others badly, some fifty or sixty

; Soule and the Times may, perhaps, find evil but it is not so much t b deplored of the three powers these gentlemen have opened on Bay-et, reported that a National Convention wreck. She reports that she had been more. And
::4 more matter of regret, in the fact that the 1 a state of Tss Americans can could would set be out made for to Pekiii open,and trade that on an the attempt You- and a prepared to meet the demands of will meet in Cincinnati, to nominate in contact, off Cape Clear, with the hip Another Fearful Occident(!)

4 people of "usuch a country at the United : submit t no dcttiop i the affairs of the re-Kiang, and at Nankin, with an armed he wholesale trade in the Produce, Gro- a Know Nothing candidate for the Presi- William Penn, from Liverpool to Aden.- The morning Tribune tells of the loss of

States, will dislay an equal sensitiveness Western Continent. orco. cry and Provision lin e. dency. The chief officer and three of the crew the steamer Yankee Blade, with tM de-

;. open this paltrlJ occasion" IlTcnsi..-In to-day's paper, will b Bristol (Whig) been elected in were from Charleston. itruction of twenty or thirty of her pas-
PATN SEJOIZEBl ELECTIONS. icngers. our catalogue ends not here.
Here fullow the sins of Mr. Soule, as described I'J NEW 10RE. found an advertisement of the Hygcana Louisville, Kentucky, to Congs to fill Ex-President Walker, of Sonora filibustering We hear another terrible disaster bu just

t- '? by the Times: The Republican has changed hands, and The official canvass of tha votes in this new medicine for the relief of Consump- the vacancy occasioned by deat of memory has been acquitted by the happened in the

f "Toe United States, not only adopted him lIut.ftlae4 with the cbag 0 one has come o'er the State, is telegraphed, under the date of ives. For sale by Miller & McCuen. Ion.Presley Ewing. United States District Court at San Fran- Loss of the Packet SAfp New Era,

him to the honorable position of one oft pint of dra. Its leading editorial in 277 Bay stret. is immense increase of business cisco. Wrecked off the Deal about twelve miles
sbeir Ministers abroad and President Pierce selectod XOTemLr 18th, a resulting for Although not much disposed t puff Patent There an
S kita aa his representative in Spam apparently cmprisin nearly a column, is entitled a Myron II. Clark. Medicines personally, yet we can say, on the Wilmington and Manchester Rail Don Jeronimo Corona, Governor of the from Sandy Hook. Of four hundred'paaengers -
1 because be had identified himself with the Sermon" which ia delivered in avery hat we have known one of the State of Coahnila in Mexico brother > and crew on the ship, only one
Star. One train a
I party which did not disguise lU Intentions upon "Shor The Tribune, how-evr, says: After advertisement load so says the Marion hundred and two were saved. Tb. question -

. .Caba., With the political affects of each a nomination edifying manner, from a text drawn figuring nearly all day and most of the mentioned in the of' the a having medicine last week carried over five hundred passcn- of the Governor of Vera Cruz, has asked which naturally presents itself to ns,

bad Mr., we Sot are!' nut arrived hors at concerned Madnd,;where but no he sooner was him the Neva. night, through the nine days that hare in- experienced, and cn th go efet sincerity andespcctability gets; ,and th night following, the surprising permission of the Supremo Government of on contemplating these numerous and fearfully -

received in official society, than his eon tried to Yes we who had been named and,licensed firencd since the election, in order to of the same.TALlG number eight hundred and fifty Mexico, to rear a monument on the battlefield terrible catastrophes, ie-Where will
pick a IIIdicrva.qaarrel with the Duke of Alma of Patent o his all end 1
; a a preacher Sermons, by our readers fully and promptly advised trains were so crowded, Angostura, in commemoration of
at the house of M. de Turgot the French Ambas- keep a The number of accidents constantly oc-
dor, which was fr.WJ by a duel with M de the former conductor of the Republicanife others can bo, we are half inclined BIO. pusengr-he passengers could not secure seats. the glorious victory obtained by the Mexi- curving, and the consequences attending
Turgot himself in which that gentleman was who bad entered into tho work with a The London Herald has the following,
most dangerously wounded. to pronounce all figuring a futility, and The burning of the Tunnel Bridge on can arms, healed by his serene highness, hem, demonstrate but too plainly,a- reckless -

The outrage thus offered to he brotherinlaw such zeal-find ourselves confronted with our readers to wait for the State can- for the benefit of trans-Atlantic readers. the Susquehannah and Baltimore RailRoad D.JD Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna over disregard of human life to prevail in

of Us Emperor of the French, and to his Am- a rival, in the shape of the present conduc- ure Wonder if every Jonathan will not the North American invaders. The Ece- the management of most of our steamboat
bassador, was eiUently not a fortuitous urcum.ctaaoe. 1S next month to tell them who they tremble in his boots at the intelligence.t .- came near being the cause of a terri- and railroad lines, and something must be
of the editorial columns of that sheet
The career of Mean Soule, both father toe are to respect Governor fo the next i bin catstrophe, which was prevented by ning\ Express thinks it must have been done to prevent thu. How shall we do

sad son, la Madrid uoutuua 1 in the same course and all our blushing honors are abou to two reiterates"We advise our appears that for the winter pastime of of mind and of a boy, the Mexicans, who possessed the failing attributed his 1 First-let our Press speak out
both IB pollute and eayeiy They freely u.oa&e.I years. I he Baltic fleet it is to sent on a pleasure he presence courage
and let the thee'its
from -
torn at b volunteers bubbly manfully
under General
the rudely us a grasp. look for official orag. to the people
with ft"IILWiucllowen in different b readers to sharp t e can- Eli Rheims, only twelve years
paMaof Europe"From Alas! have we done that we excursion to tho 4 soft Indian Ilell. name that of when columns, appeal to public opinion, all
Taylor, knowing they were
of train he
"ht the first Monday next month the of the
on Upon approach ,
I TSS is however that like Antony powerful as it is in this our American
this, it appears that Mr. Soule should b treated thus ? lave we not to tell them whom they a t obey asJovernor. I t 0 bop beguiled, by the rla himself with out spread arms,upon whipped. rorld. Then if no amendment is apparent

4. has been raised to a position of honor by been zealous ?-have we not been faithful ." they b the track, and approached the train. To let the strong arm of the law be appealed .
beauties of new cruising ,Esq.
the United States which of to our charge? Why, then, does this new 2lcopatrian to, by making every engineer or
course was the
D EL A WAR F. over Engineer
Gabriel and his horn break in the ground, and suffer the ball to open at prevent running bim COLRT HOUSE, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. ) conductor,under whom the train or steamer -
-be being nothing but an upon in this State has resulted in > saved
wry wrong expatriated The election Jronstadt during tho next summer without checked down, and the cars were Notembcr 24th, 1854. > happens to be, directly responsible!

Frenchman-that his son ban had stated preaching, with his Psalms and a 1 Know Nothing victory, Peter P. Cansy their I- from plunging over a fearful precipice The The Circuit Coun for Duval County, ben, if we do not succeed,we must regard

I the presumption to quarrel with a person exordiums 1 I icing elected Governor, and Ehsha Cullen INCREASE presence OfTHt&JUADRONlNTREWEST passengers liberally rewarded the boy for : Ins Honor Judge FORWARD presiding bating these constantly recurring visitations

whom they call a Duke, and who happenedto Indeed, we cannot refrain from entering I Representative in Congress.The J.DIES MiD NORTH AEJUCAFrom the his presence of mind and daring and the I' convened this morning pursuant to ad- as the warnings of an enraged Deity as
be brother-in-law the innovation. is not actually made and in >urameut, McQucLX Mdsrosu, Esq., *u- some of our Divines already declare- but
a of the great NapoIton. our protest upon I reparations progress of the Company him
J."CH&Era Drecor preDte louncect the death, in this place on yesterday nora,rerrons.
that work has
Then again Mr. So-ilc has insisted proper-it is not right-in fact it;a plain election in this State has, also, re- it woul appear some bon with He wasthe only one of twenty morning UIUITE STA.WART J.5q. of
a this endeavor the Baltic fleet during the $10. The Insult offered by the Trench
jl _POD maintaining his poA.ton: as a gentle- case of attempted larceny- suited> in a victory fur the Know Nothings, ct ter. Our translantic friends, true to their who had sufficient fore- ewnansville,a member of the Bar of Hast to Minister to is
Emperor our Spain caning -
tnanand owing to the intr.. ues an I in ults t appropriate ourthunder. We hope that which will give them an opportunity of adding .characteristics,have begun to be troubl sptatr. occasion. lorida, in the 'following chaste and eloquent much excitement in our circles.: That

of a cuurtly dique, has been compelled to our rival will consider on the enormity of another name o the United Senato some now thai they fancy we have got There wa a heavy fall of snow in Western manner: it was a studied insult to the American

the Jut resort to do so. the consequences this offence,and and preach no more. list with Sam. Houston and John M.Hayton. hands full ; but it would seem that England May\ it plsaac Your nar.- Government, is proved by the urade, 're-
g ia the New York on the 14th instant The duty that I am called upon to perform
has not entirely given
yet up Messrs. Ha-
pulse of the remonstrance of -
to French Am- is m Its character. I
proving very disagreeable a i one particularly melancholy
THE NEW YORK PRESS AND THE t grounds; to Brother'Jonathan ; they have The steamship Jewess,_Captain Wright, r ue in my place to announce to the Court and Bar son and Buchanan" as a telegraphic :.-
b sador. There is l.ttle doubt, that could SOUL DIFFICULTY.The HOTELS OF FLORIDA. not fallen in with the notion that &rud from Havana to New laden su- the death of our friend and professional Brother, patch (to the Journal of. Commerce'from,
4 all the insults and vexations that Mr. Now that the has and the West India Islands York wit ILACDK STCWART. lie expired on yesterday morning Washington declares.
I Soak has been subjected to, as a Republican New York E treats the exclusion season commenCd side states of the great republic; nor will 'a; segars and org'; ashore on at half part 10 o'clock, at the age of twentj- We hope our Government will show i its

I, of Mr. Sle French when invalids and others ar they permit any more hlhbusterers invasionof Brigantine beach, two,ear. lie reached this place oobotarday last stamina, in this by immediately aui-
Minister cue
Frenchman gTer-
and an expatriated t be at this term or the Circuit Cwrt.-
ment with ridicule speaks of him hither, it may be important to strangersto Cuba or cowardly upon about four miles from Atlantic city present all
piratical NeW pending intercourse both commercially
_ _ be made known that he would be found a.ma know where themselves ata From this Bar, where he was wont to mingle with ,
can secure
Frenchman, and thinks that it is probably they unoffending and, we regret to unprotected Teney. The vessel was 1,0 tons, UI, he has passed to a higher tribunal whose derees and diplomatically, with France, unless the
.4J more sinned against than sinning cap it home for the season. independent territories. Our lancee o
merciful awl
among are ever just and whose waysare latter power makes immediate. ample
that be is in this for The
't the titles and tinsel of Madrid. a public blessing, THE UcrriNOTo.v HOUSE; friends have grown saucy with impun- and was Insured 610,0. cargo I past finding out. The wleinn admonition that reparation. There seems,if the reports ofthe

4 A few words in regard to the life of Mr.Sonle. muss" with strong France, because it is By S. Buffington, is advertised, in this ty and insolent with indulgence, especially > was insured for 980,000. I "In the nudt of life we are in death" has never, Eastern letter-writers to our papurs be>
e well known that he was going weak aper. with a conspicuous cut of the same so the men-of-war's men with theii perhaps, been so forcibly brought home to our-
be desire the the
t The Louisvillo Courier states that a The cheer and true, to a on part of
sunlight we
He was born in France during the of Newnan and may liS m.ytrelld
Spain to raise confusion there "and hence It .iote on the corner puny shadow of a fleet. cs they do roung gentleman of that city,has been offer the earth beneath our feet; tee bright andbuiy crowned heads of Europe, to try how far
first consulate of Napoleon, his father laving is that the administration t'ct Jacksonville,and i already not lee so many bne-of-battle ships and fri- scenes of life may still be passing ui quick Brother Jonathan's patience would extend,,
it not to regretted -
attained the tank of Lieutenant General b rapidly filling guests.Mas.Tayuoals gates knocking about the West Indies a the commission of Colont in review before u*, yet- rovidcd it were put to the test- We bope-

bibs armies (-f Republican France lIe has France in its bands in lien of Spain, BOIKDISO 10nr. they were wont t see some ten or a dozen Russian service and that he will probably "Our hearts though stout and brave in this case, as in others that President

".originally destined fi'r the church. and because France ran take care ortl which I situated on Bay street, and open for year since they fancy that like the f accept,unless tome othr thing should turn Still, like muffled drums are beating Pierce will prove himself equal to the
\ reception of invalid boarders, as advertised in the table they can puff themselves Funeral marches to the of
Spain has not the power to.do. The E Quite characteristic of Young Ameri grare. emergency. As we take it, it U none.
t entered,the Jesuits College of Tholouw in irtff seems to take a lively interest in in column. big a John Bull himsl.'fhe up. I had the fortune to know our deceased Brother. Johnny Crapeau's business, ,whether we

;. the year 1816,but left it, dissatisfied, and th MIC&OLU Horse, piratical a ,Cub and the c Nature hadseemed to shed upon hia her seLected lend_, tame,yielding and temperate;man,
welfare of France and Spain, for an American By A.Coy corner of Adams and Ocean fisheries aflneneea. Uis tips were sy Uabled to tones of et-
I ,was then cent to a college at Bordeaux, bullying and swaggering Judge Edmunds b written a letter to his as minister to St.Cloud or elsewhere.oran _
streets Jacksonville as could queuce; baud was ever opened to charity;
ppr. al aTetis the Bntiish government afford totreat he New York,Spiritualist his filled with and ua- energetic, spirited and chivalrous one,
front thence he went to Paris. Here be be- treating uponan heart was warm generous
to accommodate but lisa
Te York Herald tees, in the insult ready tb quietly and indulgently now of those lost p.a.et awl his tpiraUoarand purposes in life, rocided he knows enough' to attend his
interview with the
came'engaged' in a newspaper, advocating to oar minister, aforefihadowing of the am- GALPIN. hors, MIDDLJtRO. tate war the c is altogether different.Great spirits were noble., Brave and ehiralruus' he was over own aflairs; and for that,' let Mr. Soule
: brought under the Our advertising columns give the intelli- Britain naturally become In the Arctic of whom supposed about bit honor and
Kboral principles was for ba. more ready to defend own equally ready alone., I told you in my last that cur politics -
otk ,of government, tried and condemned bition of the nephew of bis uncle Colonial gnc1 that Mr. George M.Galpin has open jealo of her dignity aud'mor tenacious a hundred were present A portion (the a&all. times to do justice to those whom he may were in such jumbled.up"condition
acquisition, and thinks be has an eye house, at )lddlebur. For its advantages of her right have wronged. Ha has passed from amongst as that
to: prison. His counsel appealed to the ad- piritual conversation that occurred is aDd the memory of him is all that is left na. Let.DO I could not tell you any thing'dfia1teabout
the of western to sportsmen,see The affair at Greytown, a* cowardly
crown '
Spahl'wtb iyaids a them.A d nqw even afterE.Zectiozs
t tb further .
addresses one
One spirit thus
clemency .of the court, on account of thee that yet deck it. After talking all vertismcnt act a ever disgraced a man-of-war the gTen' uneasy
youth of the prisoner,but he indignantly PPLJLSEI HorsE PUUI. insult to tho ,British flag on that occasion, Edmunds, is it true, ten "Seek hia merits to d disctoe 'solu-
the it closes with Us usual abode has passed the problem is-no nearer
advertisement Or draw his fraUd s from their dread ,
and This House
seen shameless of
; spurned such a course, and in an .utt the ,a under followed up \ly the brig tbs"whieh I always though an illusion rt There they alike ia trembling hope repose, tion. Mr. Seymour is undoubtedly'le<$ed

tnpeaskoed and elegant address denied I int aministrt.i ,is Zawadski.MAOKOLU now open.,, superintendenceof he captain of t Cyane s by insane mind? (:'truly seems so. I The bosom of his 7&tberand, his Uod." by a small majority, ranging from two or
S and advises to and these little .
.b the criminality uf bis pI"OCefId Escaping tb people tk up I ms Mr. HOTEU I brought circumstance taken 'into; considerationwith know I have died,but now I seem as much In honor to the memory of our departed Brother, three hundred to as many thousand.,., [tI11we

meeting situated ,the River StJolinsat earth I did. Oh tell what I mote aa adjournment of the Cmrt. cannot say surely. There was a great
This House on as me
from custody be.repaired to London on of American purchases of Russian ever ,
The New York Evening Pott thinks with reports deal of fraud ,practiced! at the, polls;on
The Court
was immediately adjourned
is under the "
but aDd dispirited returned to liarS Magnoliaand I territory,American building, Rus all this meins and what am Ito do.? Know
j weary c side Hard. Soft Whig and
the London Times that there should be and a meeting of the Bar:called. every ,
no of O. J. Murry.: Foradescription, i and the fitting out of
where a- eia men-r.wa The! Belgian chip, Vierge ,Marie. from of Fernando
Wj be met a fricz4whowas a Captain On motion of His Honor Judge Forward Nothings[ ; and the election
to this affair into, national vertisementOIAMOC Russian have
S ,la ,the French navy. On board the I attempt ext a SFBING HOTEL. American ship I :privateer*, i j Lntwerp,bound toewYork, ,went ashoreon the lIon Thomas ;) Judge of, the Wood. (Democrat,)' to the Mayoralty: in
the a
and that in Spain Mr. Soulo is English government prepare the
Tessel of J& friend, hi/Tras carried to St. insult, This House.U situt at Springs, mOTe for .our go4bc&dfrsends.whsch t Thursday 'on ',the couth side.of.Long Supreme Court of the tate;was called to New York City,is.contested by &now
I It
Amrlm ki tr, but ,i'Frc h is Org, ,U und Island l Montauk'oint. the Chair,and James M. Baker;Esq.; Soli- Nothings i but it will ,end in a fizzle,Jib
,Poaingoi,aad arrived at Port aa.Prince In twenty-five fr will do them a great deal about; ten mile*. from other act of that muanroom ',party.

'the jet* 182*, From thence be sailed to II. pl JoD nothing more. It says charge'of J. J. Ui For particu- and 10wer'the tone of,that of.g She 'had a 'cargo'of'"Belgian and ator for the Eastern.Circuit. ,appointed' Se- every AU the other. State officers are elected by

_ Baltimore,and length' found himself under fur that if)r..S ba no other'' way t lee gering which: only.'.an, affectation. ('real Frenchg.odisndaboutone: hundred and -cretary.,On motion by Francis_ S Wbeaton, Eaq., the Whigs together with &, majority? in
.th France
the protection of that banner; which: to. ird't' GOOEY cure full with the S. Baltic, and t wenty-fiVe,passengers., A ,few 'days":out .;,Committee consisting-( the following both Congress and the Assembly: The eseonvf'thia ofew -
: would t.- December is obvious. The-Whig party
_ S ,*epre wited the principles, to :which, from: the case would.b plain one, we 'LDY'"B, T' Black Sea or had t., hare yet a I.W& rom' Antwerp:27,of,bet passengers died] lamed" gentlemen, was appointed to draft .York State ia excellence the Anti-
hare fight a right of way through.' number .of loU, .r e, beautiful and report appropriate resolutions withre- par
attest youth be, bad ardently deroted & 'a or two to spare t put tYan-d; w from Cholera. The steaming Mercury:had. the decease of CLAUD STXWART Slavery party,who ever to. tha:contrary
which lapj to .
before ,
York Tribune Magazine us,: be .
tlmkm The New .reply the t emptth audit Brother lont mil >een despatched to,herassistance._ notwithstandingTois it acknowledged
) ; la the/ ,same, year; fee -..itIenw.rstepbyitepb.has to S Esq..tit; ,.F.,I. Wheaton Ceo W. Can '
The I
will York
publisher Ken
j'oet&fol1ows. : y lw ,wurl, haf t" ce '.-A heavy l rgny.basWefybeancomrnii.thdbnF Jharles Browsed,and B. M.PewonEsa.Tb.,00snanlttee Y every.party organ from the i
sound" In the consciousness ofiarmgdouatheic frolic. It U that th.mensstsop1K*
can fc'leep ( : Tribune down to ;
"We canotusent position retired arid after bnefbtence
TS Arisen to his. present ppeitioo, In'-the. land of with: reference to,M*Soule, PO" France ) dtty to'tlie jpub ,ln.the 7OOptin GlanYillepcame' home : by:one Henry Jleigs' ,., returned aDd'pt'eaentedthefonow, in the, fartheatback woods.. Bat ManntiSIavery
< he "plain Jonathannothing liebean : and"in the Baltic t proceed to HalifaxC .Shl.ti who'has gone to parts unknown in a barkowned Qg'preambU'and JIiwhitbwere party, it would be in c (reat

':': H 'jj'apotCoaiai,1eeniwsnd.rera41I.tor abradant:credentials .hw mr that' oade uingup.the: latter of4h.1jaguine end of 4he jplunje, superior hating and b te'am' f.I-.t i \by'hlauelt: 'The'.tessel I,'I&:'"about motion'' by Horn Felix, Livingston- yeS minority, 'were a i it ;ot.that Lawmen its'ranks* ",Anti are

: &an afvatuirr (.Wth 1w n France wbcmer. be nay b hJ'a''dw.th'1p : tthrsttberiot' been"notagging 11t: : 2S. ; DI"&nd1.. comfortably fitted eivedj and unanimously. ;adopted;' filled enters up"with Free M&btt Democrats", and, ";other

) ;. Soule,and with no Jb'ig&ertitber by>ersca the. States.PWhapih 'In'tWlnleref'te or h cf* tixfo, tear. 't t.Wet.bi& -t.b ae. 'J p' f or>,cruise ,JJrM* sia.na'tTtfoitw'York7aboattfbrty"jear ; : | S ,.'Wftnaus,;Itha QfCiaettil* pleased AJ-wWPro,the SupremeJeto&ro Red Bepnolkuw of the old. Bobespierrianrenca

b ,.birth 'jkot beeochargedj. pwrfodi in-thereeupneandltliu crew-frigatethe t.1.A1; 0 li \ iotza&:and the -! school : it,thus rolls np a very great
tha55tt.jt fc
jaaa > ,idence 'to call from .eoene of
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beinb. ; .bat that Inabu.neis..ssot.ciparts' a>'eye',to hr.paasage,'there 'to hibn'a.ord bt' hkhret.d!- ot"froip the.breadth of its'pUUbrav
L&"I"1tr "jiepheir effete
t&IWc.' th pendant at Jamateftj and i itta Wfort.fecf ....- ".:geit' or.'m 'e.teeme4, .
'the'Tjeaeh,too & ,Pep b J'D'whr I.p1' W that an'additiona)'Una-;J-battla'siip tad 4nIa"llti! : 'bic: .1f f r ;'CLAU9 ft .'tM'th 'rkt r :k wIatm .
aervant U now-tin *;those wowouldftfoltimmiTe = tM3
I t t oaiiori'u .aeq ,;rtrp t 4 z : W.\c1 #-
.eaalempt vpei the people i and witt' & on'fee fi Lady's Bookwt' thrtel>i *Ui ;(HtnnfenV'&VaBrcw.. $c i* -, *> W"' "*- '. '&iii..O'\'II "j. ,
_ r affair, we. not trot&le ::1 Or *> <* : G-* : *: iij Ja.ws. JV I'n<.. : '
aad *88 t. .
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brilliantly: Utumint d.tprecnted a splendid f n.DOOR CRASAR OF TUB 'J tGllT LLIOS.-.A.1IOz&IIE.Wonderful l .,,lUULTESTON AND :FXQRIDA..' NEW AIfD 'CHOKE S..& E. M..Gilbert la the' Circuit Court of Putnam County, .. STATE F."F.LoRID
That. the Crystal Palacetntcrpr'xej I GHOCEBIEaan ; .
appearance .
Eastern Circuit fVltrlda.AathfarRobiii .
baa heeD i ,1 U.itIAIL: / TItEtt; aen d' "
Discovery recently mad. by Dr. Curtis, STEAMKn3CCABOLDfA : Jra Z 'MANUFACTURERS and DSAtlBSfe .

<* M''Stock a ,SpecuZationlWaa I| of thisCit7Itbtrstsieutc1QousuLptjonAtj.. .AND FLORIDA -t.- entire 'mve: StodT-ot.PROVISIONS tyS LERS in aO description of CARVvrOi *, Eiecotor er the lad Will and t' : lit
: | ma and all dieas of the Lung. .We refer U "Dr. r choice FAMILT GROCERIES RIAflE3aNe.35ut4Q -t- ...T4tamentof Conrad Van Dohlen, late of saul

a failure, is pretty generally* conceded. | CertV Hygean ior Inhaling U.rruoa.por aad "!llaot'cll 'TO PAL.1TU Ut 21 m.30.novfts."t 1. aul following articles_ ." -*,'com.prningtLe Street and No. JJloynt Strut,Charleston Cwinty. ,deted. Complainant tIWnfped.-J'. ,,1'u.u"_' .4

Still It'was not entirely a failure f,r it tend I Cherry Byrup.1. With this new method Dr. C. hat .. r ". Our Block'it aa extensive en*, sad p rchas n A.A-Va! bohleo aad others the Heirs aad Credi W < Ury of Stale aftd ft U Ann TT #

ta cultivate! and critical taste for the restored many afflicted noes to perfect health j a* TIlE CAROLINA will leav* CHARLESTON:. Hams '. Leans, Coffee, .' are respectfully reqattted to call eo na, .w* *aaeffr ton of said Estate, DefendantsA erer.ofthms-Slale r tTlorUs\, SMtat lW f
|I aa evidence at which b* ha* innumerable oertifieate every Saturday,at 3 '.}. Returning, wUI1eay. .BrBoa Sides, CornPurchbl4white great inducements.fa style d prices aod STUONY ROBINS' Executor atonaa f having:
acTenccn and art*. It is. therefore hi a mor- PALATKA '4 .Shoulders Flour ( M I offit*of A*SvcntKTj' of gtat to eurMillM n-
Speaking of the treatment-physician remarks every Jlfmrfoy A.M. PICOLATA. Soap; say artk-le Loaght'our Ublihant are war* J\. lied his Bill the side of I
having oo Chancery
al of view of the tarns of the election,klde Monday I u. 2BiL41
point one greatest iucceaaeoftlier. Mew Pork
10 A. : feat
i It i it evident that MandJACKSON'lLu 3 A. M. Pepper,,
inhaling ranted ta
constantly every.respect. July this Court, aggetng! the probable Insolvency of ef Oifofter Bltimo rS>r eel Rps'ewstk_ W' _
f' breathing an agreeable, healing vapor the medi- THE FLORIDA will leave CDA RLESTOY every Futton\hrketJ1ouButter. Splees, I' Mid Esta&shiOrd.redThatall having f -

By the way 1 notice that in my last. I einal properties must come in direct eootoU with Twday. at 3 P.31. Returnufr, will tear Mackereltktwe. ,- <*inger,' 'Cartage &LtarnesDepoitory.na claims again the raid Estate, u Creditors persons or otherwte -I Conzmfof IV-He Land( ,the Slats United Seeable States.rrvxa on tk** tit B;fM Irish Lard
made a sail mistake as to the number of i i the whole of the arialcavity of tht lung, and thus PALATLA oVlock., A. M. BLACK CREEK Pilot Potatoes. Natmcg, ,do me Ibctr.said claims with the Clerk of 10th, llth, 12th 13th Hlh 16th aDd 190b.ASaM.t.Ito

TOUTS m the Empire "State there binGOOO. j escape the many and varied changes produced upon 3 P. M,and JACKSONVILLE Friday, 3 A. M Sugar Bread,. OaionV Grits Cly' AT THE WHITE HOUSE this Court,in aDd fee th* nW county of Putnam ial Dtstricta, awief taeQ .*stieeTertk n Mfalef.

) in-tead of three } them when introduced into .tho stomach and These. Steamers connect with all the Interio Crackers Cinimtn So Jb-We Comer ofUCETXNO on or before ta* twenty-fifth day January, AJ, the Seat of GovcmiMsA from the dry of TaUah-
ButtnTeas Toilet
bUDIIIJ a ba subjected te the process of digestion.: The 11 Stages tiEist Florida, sal connects both Soap aad WESTWOSTH 1855.
way 8TBXXT8 And that thIs notice. U published in ton I se*, da brebj eetiythattbefe1lowisgh a terreofeanvatft
i are and i i. Lit sale at all the with the New York Carolina Sugar, Confectionarr. -
.bl1nes b-gns' ge'ina druggists'. .' throughoutthe and Steamships, Railroad Soda C.arlasftin,3.C. Newspaper in this Circuit on:* a week, until the ef the returns el aid election ii Mkr kj
a country. ,'. Wilmington Boats FRUITS. CARRIAGES of every description at the lowest expiration ef ssld period. I the Jaigef** Probate* th* offlc. *of th*5 ertv
IKE PEPPER Kite York Dufcastt* oJan.. 14.: Passage> > from Charleston to Jacksonville., 43 t from prices always on.brat, sad no article sold except 'Given under nryhaad at Choosers,this nine 'tryuifSt.it.tigt: '1--.

The Inhaler is wurn oa the breast under the linen > PicoUta and Palatka SIO. GREEN AND DRIED. such as can-be warranted the fullest term by t.euthdsyefJaly A D.lSSt : The whole number ef Tote gives tor(ttv'cfie*,
without tie! least ioconTenieote-.' hut of riot further particulars apply to Apples,'Oranges, Bananas, Plantaas, Nuts of aU July 8-tf .11. NATHAN. tSlgasd,1tWILLIAM A FORWARD, of Representative te the Congrewof &h tilts

r military officer of diminutive the body being sulfioient to seep rate the fluid. J. W. CALDWELL Charleston. kinds, io, te.- Judg iftdCireuit Camrl tflfu States, was (10,208) tea thousand 1ft hodrf

lately drilling an Irishmen f Hundred( CASES of CURES like the follow DELL CIUSSE .t FINEGAN, WINES AND LIQUORS NEUFFER. HENDRIX Co, Eastern Circuit of Florida. I and eight; of these Augustus B.Mrw.n.r crd

rhtidlr1,11 alwve *ix feet. 'HoH "ip your ba log mi cured;lit be named.f OM Package of Hygeana R. RREID, PalatkiC Jacksonville of all kinds,Segars,Porte rand Ale at choke brands: C03IMIS.SION, for the MERCHANTS sile of I HEREBY CERTIFY that the above Is a true five th,. saad six hundred sad thirtr-efz'tSm(
me t of nix .
> stand '
bead. airl the officer:elevating the chin fC ing. years Th undersigned inteni to keep a full always Flour, Grain and Produce cop of the Order on II. in my office. sail Thomas Brown received lost thoosaad 1",-
the Irishmen with the head of his to Fnrc B.cc1ucccL. supply Generally WITXISS my ban I and the Seal of office, at the bna.IreJ and *ixly-fo.r (4'Uc1 six ((6 Mfcr-
cane Jim,. F. Kttiberry, P. M. nf Tiuncannon Pa, on han J, and for that purpose are receiv log julyS Charlatan, S C. tf .. *. .
Court House ia Palatka this 19th d'of A. I log voles were giteo. .
an anjtfc of forty-five degrees. Hold up I I alai cured of the >ASTHMA 10 ,.arlltand- Cabin Passage from Chartefton (New fresh good from Charleston by learners semi-week D., IRIS. S. OLINSKI Th. whole number .tvWeg g4viwtcvt3e'ose '

o head so and throw yonr e'f somewhat ing by Dr Curtis' Hygennt.j York, Taenty Dollars. lioite 11'Tbe i patronage of the public is respectfully THE PAVILION HOTEL, 1|j Jaly29-6in; Clerk qf C. C. Putnam. Co. (Register Public Land WM fiv. theasaatfoMhtntlrvd -

to the rieht. thus." j Margaret Easton, Brooklyn, JV y. at the stand lately occupied by Morris NorL'I-} t Center Mttting 3f Uttltt. and twenty (5.20 of tires David S i

"And must 1 alwars do so.mv nohle cap-j, Mrs Paul of No. 5 Mammond, N. Y, was United Shies(: Mail Line Kiel.novl! CHARLESTON, @. C... I HOARDING HOltSEej Walker r-eivJ five taovsand one hundred*.aa4-

captain ?" askel the recruit, with much j cured of u severe co e of BronJietis by tho Hyi NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON __ JOHN WOODWARD CANNON. Tb. undarsi ntd begs respectfully to inform his MRS. TAYLOR'S Boarding House is again thirteen ((3,113,) sad seven (1) *eait,rlfljToUrwer ,
j i geiinvI friends and open fur the reception of Invalids who may :
the .
STEAM PACKEFS. Shirts Collars and Cravats numerous traveling public generally given.
apparent Aimplict.r. !I My sinter his been curel of DISTRESSING seek a Winter home in Florid .
a that the The whole D"Dlbnoc' fL.tlf.
Po. notwithstanding recent fire therear given
"Yes \\ anWeJl: the officer. !I con;U of sovcr.il yeirs oljnjinj; and decide I to (sE1IWEEKLY..) TT II. \. LAXSIXGII. : N.O& 460, 462, and 464 of his premise, be U. as usual prepared at to Jacksonville No.. 11.19>l-tf Senator of the First Senatorial IHjrriet "W* j
Broadway: Albany Y. Manufacturerof
Then fare \on well, mv dear little flow !, l. in nre;il.le by her Pbysil'JUls. She was CUREDin XASU"IL1.E150: tow-M. BKBET, Com r. COLLARS, STOCKS,ic,for the offer the best acvommodAtions to all who may favor Notice. three hundred II -tlan.(353;) oftheM-.

," rejoined Padfly. I shall never tl ONE MONTH by the Hyeeunv MARION, 1200 tons-WM.J. FOSTER ply of Gents' Furnishing House sup him with tbeir.patr-"allge.the house and furniture jamia D. Wright re-eivl oo*hundrvd and tfteea
I J. II. Gall ut.l'. M. Richmond, Me. throughout the laving been thoroughly cleaned and renovated.Ho \ PPLICATION will be made to the next GenXX ((115) A. W. Nicholson rerelred one hvn.frsul'&a4seventyseven
you agaili. JAMES ADGER, 1JOJ tons-S. C frnstn L'n.toJ States. Orders from any part of the Union
end for
I Price three DolUrs a Package. Sol.l CUR- Assembly amendments to the Char
by received Cttvoo. "
will bo filled also, returns his sincere thanks for the liberal ((177.)aDd B. E.Hall -
Divine Senltr. I TI3 & PERKINS A BOYD t PAUL No. 149 SOUTHERNER, IWO tune, T. D. Evrax, ,. Hiving been promptly.bug engaged in this business and support be has received, and pledges himself to ter of the F tri.b Railroad Company [july29-3m (61) :

Cbimbers st, N. Y.-4 Packages sent free by ei- Leave A.lffur's Wharves every Wednesday and manufactured for the Houses in the spare no expense or exertions to deserve a continuance Notice. Tue whole numler of votes glvrt ft r thaofic- **f.
The Bee. A. A. ller, or St. Augustine. sp.t.il n- I pies to any pirtof the toite1 Stales for Ten Dolls I Saturday aiternooos after tho arrival of the care he has no doubt of giving largest universal satisfaction country to, of the patronage that has been so largely extended ALL PERSONS are hereby cautioned against Senator for the Fourth Senatorial DIItrie\ wa-

to prr"r Diyne: Servke in tblr.aesat N. B.-Dr Ourtis' Hyceini is the ORIGINAL from the South aol W,*t. purchases i in price and quality. nov. 11-tf towards him. lor, or in any way using, a Duvall seven hundred and eighty-seven' (737;) -cf U-

Zpiaopai Cboc th. A (ned SullY week) and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE, all others are These steamships were built expressly for the Nov. 13 5 H. L, BCTTERFIELD. Land Warrant, No. 11,859, for 160 acres of,Ian I, John T. Myrkk received four baadnd sat Ua-
!i bane imiuitations or vile and INJURIOUS coun Line, and for safety, corofjrt and speed are unrivalled Collier's Remedy for Diseased lloriea. leased to me under Act et Congress of September, ((410) and Jolla Miltoa three kuab.d and HTaty .

tb. 3 or Deceamber. IArfh.als Nov. 2' terfeits. Shun them as you would POISON.For on the coast. preparation is warranted to cure N. A. Cohen & Cohen, H 1950= on the 16th day of December 1531, as said ,ven (m) ."*'

Sile by T.abe'llupplied with every luxury. Attentive TIllS Importers and D,trI in Warrant was last lust oat of my possession tome Tb whole number ef votes gives for It*'seed
I Spavin Jaw
,Big Head
at llou.se.Nov. MILLER McCUEN, Bay gt. -nov. 25 and courteous commanders will insure travellersby Big FOREIGN time in the month January, I3ji, som where ofSenttortor the Sixth Senatorial .'..
Dufngtun this line every possible comfort and accommo Sprains of the Shoulder, Leg, Back. Sinews, AND DOMESTIC between Jacksonville and Black Creek and tin- two hundred aad fifty (250)of th***, T.'3 p,

I WINTER MAIL, ARRANUE3ICNSNORTHERN I dation. Fetlock, Stifle, Joint and Hock Joint, Splints. Dry G-oOct.S tend applying to the Comm 8fioll r of Pen-rions for revived one hunlred and sixty 160J sad. S, W.
20. Cot J. S.fummer Fla. MAIL vUSivannah or Charleston I For freight or passage, having elegant stateroom Wind Galls, Ring Bone,String Halt,Swelled Legs, a duplicate thereof. MARTIN ENNIS, 'I Spencer received ninety ((90)
A'o. 175
J. D. Dawkins. Fa I Capt. Norton A"n. ". dines at 9 o':.ick 1'.M Mund ty s i Thursdays. a..coimn.dition,, upplv to Cracked heels Thrush Poll EviL Saddle Galls, East-Say, Charleston, S. C. sept 9w Warrantee. The whole number of votes given for the office of

C. A. Price, S. B.Thmpun. II IIJ. SOUTHERN MAIL closes at 10 o'clock., A.M, IIENIIY11SlLOOF, Charleston, S.CCab.n i Old: S'tra.' Strains of the Round Bono and other Nathan A. Cohen. I I Leopold Cohen. I Senator fur the Tel Senatorial District was thou
F. M4)onall. I Co J L'rwarJ, IJ.ne.sAb.y Joints, Enlargement of the Back Joint and all doseasee 1 01 ft WEEKS AFTER DATE will
on Sunliys and \VoJncsd.iys.WE5IFRN : $ 0. JulyS tf application hundred and fifty-six ((336;)tIthes., Daniel! Bird,
passage, I
L. S.l'oter, N. T. MAIL closes at o'clock P.M. of Horses which are caused by Inflation of X be made to the Hnncrab' ? the Judge of Probate I Sen, received three hundred and fifty-six (356.)
o. 11 Pa "n. F C.rpdoter, I J Sundays and WeJncidaysAUU1VAIA. Steerage 8 the M usules. W u disjections on every.BMle. Fraser & Tiiiipn of Duval county, Fit, for leave to sell the The while number of votes given for tie office

J. O. Smith, I B. Brward U Nov. IS-I, Real Estate of Henry R. St.lien, late of said county : of Senator for the Eleventh Senatorial District,-..
W. F. J. To be had at "APOTHECARY HALL, FACTORS AND ,deceased, for the benefit of creditors and heirs.
Lyd Seao NORTHERN MAIL I seven hundred and fifty-four ((754 ) of th***W.A-
arrives Sundays end Wednesdays United Stales Mail Line. i
C. It. I. 11-t. COMMISSION .
S. I N.Cunbl nrn Jacksonville, Flu.C IEltCHAXTSAdger' C. A. SADLER, Adm* Bunion received three hundred and eighty-tare
sal will be distributed in
about hour
W. D. MeMiltan: I :tl. !. U one Xorth H. R. SADLER. l Mm'Oet2SSt (J3J.) aad 0. M. Lee received three hundred aadseventyone ,
W. it Pierce. Bostnn. : S. BRcn, floe.I. after the tlrrinl l of the wail steamers 5111"EEELV.. D. Oak, Wharf II. SADLER S r. i (371) .

H.Oanby, Geo. A. W. X. Y.XUY.21. SOUTHERN MAIL arrives on Monday and NEW YORK AN'D SAVANNAH. Jacfcjonrllle, Fla.JEErs Charleston, S C.
8. U. SprAul1 ., Thursday nights, and will be ready for delivery at FaBD'J 1. TEASES | net s. TBOMPSO.ICopartnership .IX months from date, the undersigned administrator -! The whole number of vote given for the offio
\'ats..n. U offiro hours ou the morn Jig eosain:. and after Mirch 13th the new anlsplenlid constantly on hand a fine assortment U of the Estate r Joseph Vaught deceased of Senator fur tne Twelfth Senatorial District WM
J.Mode, Fa. X.U. rwio WESTERN MAIL arrives on Tuesday and ON si Ie-wheellte1.msbips :'\ of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAN"CI Notice. will present final accounts and voucher to two hundred and forty-five((245;)ef these Harj
J.M W. Ihkm, I ne irj, n IJul10 Friday mornings at 3 o'do.k, and will be ready I FLORIDA, 1300 tons-Capt M S. WononrtL. GOODS, which he offers for sal cheap TUB naderticpied have this! day formed a Co the lion Judge of Probate for Putnam County,for J.Stewart received one hundred and tvBtjAmr'
U 1.: fur delivery at ofiue hours thereafter. for cri'h.SXfPatches. unier the firm of MATTHIESSEV' settlement, and at the same time will ask to be ((124) and William J.Doncaa received onhaa-.
Clark, G. )loly.U OFFICE) 110 L US. ALABAMA, 1JOO tons-Capt G. R. SCHESK.AUGUSTA Repaired and Warrented. i O'llA&i, anj will continue tho Wholesale and discharged a, snvh administrator.SepLO.6ia dred and twenty ODe (121.
J. D. 1500 T. Lross.KNOXVILLE,1500 I The whole number of votes gives foe the efifi
Ct Jar From 8 1-2 A. M. until I P. M, and from 2 1.2 tons-Capt. Retail MKLTON MAYNES, Adm'r.Notice. .
P.M. Ultt.a 6 I). M. tots-Capt C. D. L DLOIV. \\ m. Grolhf, CLOTHING f TAILORING BUSI :& of Sena tor fur the thirteen Senatorial District ww

LIT OF I.TT' U REMAINING JaAioimne Nov. 18, 1334Insolvent Will lese New York and Savannah every WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY. at the corner of East Bay and Queen streets. "pHE fifth and instalment cfthe Stock of the 'I eight William hundred U. Con and received thirty-seven four hundred(937;)aDd.r thirty these*

the Post. .- J. kS'nvie o the 1th WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.Those : (In the room adjoining the Pout-office.) C.'iarltston,.S. C.WM J. Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Rod Company I' three ((433.) sail A. J. T. Wright received few ana-.
Novmlr Notice. ships are among the largest on the coast, HAVING returned from again MATTHIES3EN, has been called for and ia payable at the officeof dred *nd lour (404) .
Europe, ,
A K I i t ATA LIN A C. SKIFF, Administratrix and unsurpassed in spee I, safety of comfort-making .I.\ begs leave to offer his services to hi. old July 1, 54.11.. 0'IIARA. Treasurer on the first day of October next. The wool aamber of votes given for the sacs of
I Alko W 1. Kentue ly. James v> M.mud Crerpo, Administrator of all and sin- their ,passages in SO to 60 hour, and are commanded fricnJs and the public generally. With his Manufacturing Establishment, 36 Pratt GEORGE.CALL Beefy. I Senator far the Fourteenth Senatorial District

.\V. L'Adal gaUr: the gIJfl.I$, chattels: rights and credits: of' by ekillful, careful and p-ilite officers. They experience for the last twenty-six yean, as a ttrett, New YOlk, under the superintendence of September 23, 18546ni.Jacksonville was seven hundred and eihty(7961)of u-
\Vi1L Lull, Ii R I George F. Skiff; I lit" of this county, decease, having offer a inottt desirable conveyance to New Yerk. \V Watchmaker he hopes to give entire satisfaction MATTBIESSCX. [ang$-2 iin-2m and Alligator Plank Itoad I Edward Hopkins received three hundred sad

t B Livioguton .0nrewDalt.y. this diy Gel in my oftue a written suggestion Cabin passage, - $>2". to those who wish to have their work done in a White Lead White Lead I Company. ninety-seven J97,) and Felix Livingston realvd

Sylat L" J. D.Doron. of the iusolvcn.y sill estate: Steerage pjssaie, 9. workmanlike macnet.g 0000 Kegi White Lead at 8 cents lb. NOTICE I is hereby given that an application will three hundred and eighty-aia (3S9.)
This II therefore to all pure I
Win. I p. Littet'D' Clquitl demands nil, notify persons hiving PADELFORD, FAY A CO, 4?" Watches Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at ; 2,000 Kegs No. 1 do do at 7 cents per lb. at the next session of the General The whole camber of vote gIven for th* otto
estate to file! the
Simon Li.. O.Datet ngunst same, duly Agents in Sivannah. the shortoat notio July The abo\ forms a beautiful brilliant white per Assembly of the State of Florida, for an amendment : of Senator fer the Sixteenth Senatorial District wa 4
and before :
Wm. M proved nutheuitcated the Judge of SAMUEL L. 1.1 ITCn EJ.L. to in For sale superior of the Charter of tho above named Company. -, one hundred and twenty-nine((129;)of th***, X. D.
W. A. M \ Probate of Duval County by the ninth diy of To the Old Settlers of Florida. any now we. by 29-3ui received and -Joha1 IL.
Bryant LCn Tracy
leoDar.l 13 New York. July seventy-eight (78)
which nov 13-ly Broadway, JOHN COMMIN-s, So'e.Agent. I
May next, at time there will be a rata
\ pro
ibee1y \ JULIUS E. MEIERE,late of the General Land Haddock received fifty-en (SI)
; M. Morrison,Clpt. John distribution nf the assets of said estate amongst the PERMANENT STEAM SHIP LINE J Oifice and Pension Office Washington, D. C. W H i in 274 case Kin this Street Lead, Ukrainian unsatisfactory S. C. Agent for the Country 'In New-York City. Th* whole number of Totet given for faffic
B.lcbe P. D. MeLMzmmett, Mr. I cre litors thereof. will attend promptly to all claims under the Florida any proves The advertiser id prepared to act as General I of Senator for the Nineteenth Senatorial District
D.Caft. Me1uJAI. D. Witness my name as Judge of Probate, and the BETWEEN Armed Ojt-upation Acts of 1842 and 1843. PerSons it will be taken back, and all expenses paid. nt and Correip b> New York, for i was two hundred and thirty-seven (237;) of thr
l.u seal uf said Court, this the ninth day ot! Sew Port anti St. Marks business men and others in the interior. He will
Capt. A. lhurl. I I L. S who were settlers un Jcr the said Act of 1842, Notice. James Filer received ODe hundred and aftyr<>*
Dar.tt Cuts F.Crane I November, in the year of our Lord cue devote his whole time and attention to the purchase : '
C 1 with the thereof \Y'illiamY'.1IeCaU received 1ft
Nahsn TO an having complied requirements CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the firm of ( ) l'- ight fW,)
A.L. N evo"o, WilthmmCarry. thousand eight hundred and fiftv-four. ,have not received the PATENTS their lands THE' PICKNEY A CO is this dissolved. and sale of Fancy and other Goods Books William Saunders received eighteen (13,> art
Mn.Sarah Xi.hQI., C.pt Heo.Crley FELIX LIVINGSTON, NEW ORLEANS.ALSO can have them obtained or attended to by the sub The sattletnont of its affairs by mutualagreement I Prints, Machinery, Manufacture and Meechan- three (3)blank votes were given '.

A.h1ey 0ClarrJy Judge of Probates Duval County. stnber. Also claims pro'ecutcd for PENSIONS, devolve WILLIAM. uV: Stock and MaterialI'hutosophical Apparatus, The whole number of vote given oa the OB***
J. W. Ottowuy. Witty November ii, 153 I6m.PlutcrlnPlala BETWEEN SAME PLACES AND BOfNTY LAND, SCRIPT, BACK PAY,& .,&: to whom all persons having demands or being TUNNO indebted 4e,; Drugs Patent anl other Medicines.. Agricultural tion of the Removal of the Seat of Government
Seeds Stock Collections
James I' and Ornamental on the most reasonable terms.REFFEREXCrS.. are referred. Implement from the city of Tallahassee wa nine thooaaad

D Pi; 1r.Daniel. Bricklaying, &c.TJIE ; KEY WEST. WILLIAM M. TUNNO made and putt; prosecuted. Information of allkinds four hundred and twenty-two(9,422;)of tbs foci
2 I' Mrs Seem furnished with regard to persons and places thousand four hundred and two
Capt. (4,402;)were given -
3 .rier. A C. subscriber desires again to offer his servi *M The regular sea steamship PAMPEiLKLiSr.O Hon. LEWIS CASS, U S.Senator. R. Q. PINCKNEY*. here. Situations prx-ured and gnaraateed for for Removal and five thousand and

D3Iir, John OeoV.C Pomlr I..iue, ,. to his old fricn, and the public in the EUnd e, mister will ply per- JAVES COOPER. "' Charleston August 31st, 1S34.SeptI elerkjneahees i professional men and. others (5,020)) were given for No RemovaL twenty

Daaeb.WID. F. Payne, Sn$)1 L.Osoham performan of Plain and Ornamental Plastering msunutly between above places and New Orleans 11 Jon WILSON, Comm'r Gen'I Land Office. ____ 2J2- Male and feraa'e employers engaged sad sent to Ia testimony whereof we hive berate set'Oat

Dizo. Palulor, l'arker, John:S. Bricklaying, Masonry, .. He will contract for ton hing at Apalachicola snd Peusacola sailing Address, Post Paid '. the country Pass I;: ei rxured to California, Australia oficial signatures. Done at the Capitol the

11. 3 R brick-work and plastering of buildings entire upon I regularly hereafter on the 12th and 27th of each JULIUS E. MEIERE, The Subscriber. and Europe. In fine, anything that an intelligent City of Tallahassee,this second day of Nortavbert
liinghm. W. 11. reasonable terms, and pledges himself use dedpttch month from this port, and on 7th and 22d of each oct 13-Cm Washineton., D. C. Continues the bu-r.noM heretofore carried on under Agent, well squinted with New York and A. D. 1S54. .
Catt ThommsE in the execution of all work entrusted to Lis month returning from New Orloins. the name of TUNNO, PINCKNEY A CO, its business men, can do for an absentee, will be f.

Dy.. EI Right. W. P. 2 care The steamer JASPER Sawyer, Mailer, will Young Lady's Seminary. and tenders to his friends the renewal of his ser executed fattnfblly and promptly.Communication L.VTLLEPIGUH.Secretary StaU.

Eaton, F D. Right Lewis lIe hardly thinks it necessary to give those to run, in connection with the Pampero to Key vices. WILLIAM M. TUNNO, confidentiaL Address with too adequate to the Co .AUSTIN,

Ketms Ii, :hvJ4o. Wet. S. whom be is known any aasuranct as to the qualityof West (touching at Cedar Keys and Tampa) taking D Sept 1 2J3 service, Nov. 11-lt. TrI .
Lwi Il his work in that he has raw A. E. BARTON
EIwarii Mr. as respect heretofore I freight and passengers from Cro in OEO. ABBOTT & CO.
., F Rhudu S given to his patrons the most perfect satisfaction.He I Spanish Hole, (accessible anchorage in the St. MISSES KERWICK,from Sevannah res- oct. 23,-. 159 Mulberry Street New-York A Sar Remedy -

Ma). Smntil, C'pt. F. A. respectfully solicits a renewal of the patronage Marks Bay.) TIlE inform the inhabitants of Jackson- No.96 Eatl-Say (opposite Soyct <4-Co't IVlrnrf) If yon are troubled with a Cold Cough.Hoam-

Foster n'lmiD, Louis S. Str.et, O. P.PiUs. I of his fellow-citizens. JOHN IVERJ. Both steamers 11:1fine asaommoUliom, and wnvill and its vicinity, that they intend opening a Charleston S. 0% FROST & BOULTER, ness, Bronchitis or any affection of the Loan, or

., Cap. SnIm A1freI j Nov 11m. a&oH the travelling public both convenience and SCHOOL on the 1st September, for the instruction Dealers inSPIRIT General Commission Mcrvhants Throat joy are advited to nsak trial of STA'

Finn, R itt T. expedition. ofYOUNO LADIES in all the branches of an' GASS AND CASIPHCNE, BLER'S ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT

W. o SDmer Smith,1Ir Mar 2O.nonr Insolvent Notice For further particulars and arrangements. for EnglLh Education. with Lamps of every description for the lADle 101 State Street, B&ton, Mass.. whkh is really what it professes to be, a "good

1 Steele, Louis ) STATE or rLORlDA, ) conveyance of Negroes, Uir cs and su h like! inquire Terms, from &1 00 to $; 00 per Quarter. Ornamental ALSO strict and prompt attention to sales medie De." (fit were not sash it woU sot havr

Oaat. D 3 1. Smiths Capt. Chs.s. County of Diaal. > of DANIEL LADD, branches extra. WILL pay LU3ICER COTTON and received the decided and warm aproval of som* of
and American White Lead Paints.of TOIDER
Gohma.Mmzmoah Smith, Z C. 2 ANN JUNES Adioiuiftratrix of the New Port, October 30, :)-ly. Agent. t'V Young ladies from the country(papi)can English other Southern Produce. the most cerebrated intelligent sal hlgh-ahided

Oreea, Daniel D. tcben. i POLLY of John A. Jones deced, having filedin STEAM CO.MMUNICATIOV be accommodated with board at the house formerly every kid, Linseed and Sperm oct T-IT R. B. BOULTER.Wanted. physicians ia the country who have been oudr

Graham, D. U Shelby. WI IV.S my ofiK-c a written, suggestion of tho insolvencyof BETwEEN occupied by Mr. Crcspo. July 8 Oil, Glass Putty, Ac. tf acquainted with the recipe from whish It Ia eota-

S"Jt Mrs. 1hr1owk. said Estate ; This is therefore to notifiy all persons and Florid pounded, and who say that "It will effect norv.
Arm having demands agatn4 tM Estate, to Garden Seeds good than any of th* numerous preparation -with
Ira W, 2 Seler, C. B. them, duly proved and authenticated, to the _?. :1'CftI1 km THE new and elegant Stearn- TUST RECEIVED an assortment of Garden SADLERV, COACII, I1ARDW AItE.&c. J\ situation in Good Book-keeper Business. wants which the country i is inundated." Ast array of
Uarl o 165 a a Dry Applyat
F I of -. J 1854. Also No. Meeting Street, testimony, such aa can be shown ia favor of SlabUrVAnodyne
Judge Probates of said County of Duval on or ,u'ket. ST. JOHNS, Capt.FRKEBORX JUES Seed and Union Setu, crop of Florida News offij*. et7-tf
Uend.r L"wr.De Thurl.r. Gee. W. before the Stat day of March next, when there will will leave Savannah every Thursday Quinine of the very best quality, the brand of Pel july9 C".arlutonS.C.1IATTIIIESSES.t Cherry Expectorant, and STABLxR'3DIARRHOEA

lar"r, henry O. Themp.ou. John S. I be a pro-rata distribution of the funds belonging to morning st 10 o'clock, for Palatka, touching at all j letier DelanJre,Paris, at O'UARA, g TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. CORDIAL, could never U citrfn-

Ca t Tbwl""o I. said LiUte amongst the Creditors thereof. the intermediate points. ,I I APOTHECARY HALL WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE Runaway from the snbscnbt.r his black man cod, anle&i" they were rtally and truly "good nedi .

)(1 A.l. Witness my hand, and the seal of This bust has been built expressly for this trade; |I oct 23-3t Jacksonville, Florida. No. 143 East Queen MOSES, 35 to 40 years old! and about six II ewes Tberetor w* advise: you to make trial of -
lop. N aa 1 Williams, Jck.on I' [fstAU] said Court of Probate, this the tiM large and airy fltah-room accommodations for | Bay,corner He h small b&ld them, with coo 8 lenc*. See dts-riptive pmplts.
tcet nigh u a look
8 S.C. tf
D. T. 2 extensive and well select July Cltarleilan, eyes very to h* had of th* agents Price of each M
J \150 C.pt 25th day of August A. D, I 1854. passengers, and taking the inland route presents TUST RECEIVED an i when Hsir only
and quite intelligent spoken comes .
Johnsoo. J. A.Yili'I lL I. S. FELIX LIVINGSTON. I superior accommodations for invalids and others. J ed assortment of Chcmiclcs and Medicines also cent* per b ttl., or sit holt!**for 9350.
WARDLAW WALKER & BCltNSIDE low down on the forehead- formerly belonged !
Thomas of Probates and articles atAPOTHECARY ncjro Address, K A.STABLES Ce\
of Duval her
Johnson,Joseph Westley. Judge County.aug This boat will leave: Jacksonville on return perfumery fancy toV S. Ration of Middc'! Fix He
nrj may
Cotton Factors and
WebhJ.li.Wi11iani I 26-6m to Savannah every Sunday morning, at 3 o'clo<'k. HALL. Baltimore, iL. ? O.AGZ5TS. .
J.1 "D. try to make biLe way to Georgia or Florida. The
..utredlerO 23-3 Jacksonville, Florida.
Fur further particulars inquire of Capt. Freeborn Oct
above reward will be paid for his delivery to
or above In the Circuit Court of the Eastern Clr- on board, or to North .Atlantic Wharf, any Dr. H. Bacon St Marys, Ga.Tbom '
wishin any tle leter. wi I School. julyS Charlatan, S.C. tf Jail in this State. P. UOOAN. McMillan '
they cult of Florida. CLAGIIORN A CUNNINGHAM, Sav'h. SIngIng !s Jacksonvill, Zlar
they are or may Charleston, Nov. 4-4
pl..say al.eri. P M. I i In Chancery.-Between BISBEE A CAFOVA, Jacksonville. nmlersiarncl would inform the ladies of I Wm Sbeffessi. Palatka-'ItC "

gel tb.1nLLIUI GIO1E )(OR.IIIEa H. Ooiwf, Complainant, ) Bill for julyS-tf BENET & TEASDALE. Pjlatka.C i THE..< ville th'it he is now prepared to teachringing. IT riENCINE II MADERIA LONDON DOCK WINE PORT WINE; A'rieaxt wArties' Tfa.01- oct 7 No.l7IEastBayChanletoo,3.C.-
-- -- ;
I VIRGIMA.OOPDIV, Defendant. S Divorce. I All those who arc desirous becoming I
HEW sroan i I II.L uf vumplamint being filed in this case, >pposi 11.0D. .Ti1"noCAKKYING '. I will i.leae give iiie notice by Wednesday neat pnj.ils 'I FRENCH BRANDY THE AMFR'"AS ARTISTs'CMOWOllld "SI % i.asnizl.e: Foondrj
for medical atAPOIIIECAflY I
n Expressly to the citizen of tho Unite -
i purpose nn'jan-
TilE H. j *
Provisions.i U. -MAIL, .
Produce Groceries & ; and it appearing to tho satisfaction of the 18th inMt.
J! Court that the said defendant resides without the BETWErXPalatka j Term_Twenty-two le3I1I1I83 gep>:3t HALLII. : '1 St lies an 1 the Can 11 u, that.f.r.the purpose.of I

A MrCUKX hue received nn State of}Florid I and Geo. oct 14-lf. A. A. OCHU3. cull I.At m; a Lisle inr time line ana throughout iuo ACHINEWORK$
i .
and with a view enabling
stock I On motion of Georpe W. CHI.. Solicitor for Com- country e.cry family
1flEI FAMILY o GROCERIES !\ plamant, it is I (Inside all I'te tray) Dr. Nardiu's DIarrucca Cordial. has In store 117 an Kin Immense Street, stock of to become poasessel of a gillcry of Engravings THE Su'iMiribers. having mad extensive sad" ;

AND.PROVISIONS I j Ordered, That a hearing of the facts charged in Via Plcolata, IIlacU Creek and Jacksoutiauville rpTlS Cordial is an unfailing remedy for Diar- WINDOW SHADES BY THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE, improvements in their -establishment -
I said Bill of iupla.nt be had at a term of this I'Ja., and st. Marys Ilruusvvlck L in all its and will restore tho are now prepared to fornUh >
rhoe stages hive determine in orler to create
which he is such
at an
to extensive
now offering prices as They
at their New Store in Smer' New Block,
.treet, which they wi ll cheap (u cash, and j of Devil on the first Monday of February next ':j-trr.: k-) THE Stcnmmokct WELAKA, for the orbt eases in children as well as adults niployment to A largo number of Artists I .

CASH ONLY. I I' and that rail Defonltnt do appear and plead answer .1 tfSiiU Capt. N. KING, leaves Palatka To be had at Apothecary Hall, Jacksonville, Lace and 1tfoslinCnrtaio.,Satin DeLaees, Damasks aol others tin ...amQ1I. our countrymen a Sugar Millar .
They will keep o haul ata I time a supply o; or demur to scud Bill of Complaint, on or bo- I every MonJay moru.ng at 8 o'clock. E. F. O1'14"3t Ac. all at a great.bargain. julyS-tf taste for works of art, to present'tfttn>pMohasen, Hone Powers rGriatMifli'- :,

RAY CORN FLl'R PORK. BACON, HAMS, fire said d ty, or decree will thereupon pass in the Arrives at Jacksonville time evening and of their engravings,when 250,000 of which.re sold, .
$ i i nine manner as if the mid Defendant has appoarI leaves Tucsd at 3 at Hair Tonic. I S. G. COUUTENAY, .
BlTTER laR. I I ty morning o'clock touching 230,000 Gilt. of the actual coat of sod fcU other machinery used ia this oantrjv
E.Ac. ed end WM present in Court. j the interme.li.ite places above. BOOKS, STATIONERY AND CHEAP It I O.OOO. Iron and '1',
of the uses
HAIR TONIC Casting _
I v supersedes anything
TiniS ;
I It it Ordered That of the
Wholesale furVter a .
the [ copy !
fire from PaUtka PL-ohta and kj PUBLICATIONS.
fo "oy.25 Through BIa( JL in for the Hair falling t 7" Steamboat, Saw Will and other
above Order be published in some public kind now use, preventing Each purchaser a Oue DUUr Engvarin*;,therefore repairiag-
newapm.per I
i j Creek, 83 00 jaly8 No. 3 Broad Street, Charlestons C. tf at snort notice.
out, and invigorating the capillary vessels not only as richly worth -v,
published in the Sttte. for the of three t receives eagravag I
!) M. J. P. CORER spice
ala j fire from Jacksonville600
Jackwntlile PJ"bOS.Flu. I\ XtitnaiutWe Fla. I months before the dsv appointed for said hearing. Through and clearing the skin from dandiff. Prepared only AGNEW. FISIIEU i IIOXIE. the money, but also a ticket whLh entitle him to I r-tr maLhinery fatebas from ma will b*
Through tLkcts are furnished from Jacksonvilleto in tiw- ia
"'11. A. FORWARD, by. T. MCMILLAN.Oct. one t>f the Guts when they are d trifcutedForfl.edo.Urs put ope say part tar fcUU, by
Charleston for 8 00 14-3t Apothecary Hall.Jacksonville, E. F FACTORS AND a highly fin.a1ho.l Eaapraving, competent machinists, wha desired :sad *
I Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern Tho WEL.K.oconnects with of the CIIA TS.Accommodation spas
i3f one reasenabl.tenn -
Pearson Coker beautifully painted in Oil,and FIVE GIFT TICKETS -- r
oct 14-Jm Circuit of I'lurid.I' \
New York and Philadelphia Steamship from Savannah I S. N. Williams Wharf Cfiarleston.S.C. will be sent; or five doliarsworth .I f splendid -' Drawings and EstimaU fwsJsBwd. whhoaV

Attorneys at Law and Solicitors I is hereby given that application will every Wednesday. & Engraving cna Lo sole! .te 1 from the Catalogue,. I thartOO EY-* OOOKIN
I' NOTICE C II. K. DUKE, Palatka. I July B-t( Founders and
rn-iil MaehlaisU
IN CHANCERY. J to the next General ANomblyorI and sent by return or express. I
associated themselves together in tire tb. State of Florida, for an aiuoii liucnt of the copy uf the catalogue, together with a speci- ,
HAVE f 8 M LAFFITKAU. Savannah. TTEEPS hand and for sale a Nos. 253 & 255 King Stn et. FLORIDA IRON WOaKSL
their profewion. I Charter incorporating the Town of Jocksom ille. constantly on general ''A p ta then either Jacksonville j sugl9.-im FOR ENTIiRI'ltIStdAnti : 11. assortment of Charleston S.fl. e of too piper. I .y R. W. BlOCS & Co- 11I

GROCERIES ANH! PROVISIONS, For e-ich Boiler sent, aa Engraving actually I ,ritmriU; Flat ;. -
Newnansvilte will receive attention.

I 11 the nest General Assembly fur a Charter ST. JOhNS IIIVER..icrII and will sell them lower for CASH than they can WINES, LIQUORS, SEGAUS TOBACCO b'f rtcarded, _tt fur Steam Engines, Saw Mills Sugar XD1a

DWELLING HOS suita- j authorizing the construction of a Railroad from THE Steamer bo bought elsewhere in the South. &c. AGENTSr }''a pans UM Mills Horse hwftS"- lou&od'

b,V LI. for a small f.my, ty the first Janua : Cedar Key to the Georgia State line, In the direction !, J. Brock will leave Darlington Jackson- Country (traduce taken in exchange, at leberal julyS No. 179 East Ray, Charleston.S C tf The Committee believing tint the *u ross of this i i Erae Casting*, and every variety ef MaehJe ry.
Rent out mroth at oMa.eontleo. li>-3m Caf.t. ollertaidowm be mattel | Casting Forging and Bliakf aiU Week SawMill
r. office. to exced li per ov25 Apply 4aA'PLE ; aug I title every Saturday morning at o'clock, arriving prices. july 8-ly H. JESSEN. Great emoted National by tho ancrgy[ aid enterprise of intelligent.illy pro- I Stoamleat, and other rsariag : ." ,

Notice.. at PaUtka same day,-leaving Palatka at 5 J. McKobert Baker DEALERS IX GROCERIES, W- and persevering Agents, have rosjUed to treat I ThaI will eontino th* ran an rW tat*.aad keep

PTATOE juA rh'e on MONTHS from date, the undersigned Ad- I o'clock Monday Morning in connection with the QUOitS, SJWAltS. tc. with soh: ou tUe most liberal term \ eoMtaotly haad their vaiiety Plows Tia br

a a wil'ed Cheap i iaor SIX of the Estate of Jas. B. Cole de steamers leave Carolina and 5 o'clxk WtluLa. Returning, will ATTORNEY: AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN july8 No. 139 East Bay Chatieston.S tf, Any parson wishing to become all A,ent. by Carts, Chain, okeo which they rwpetfuQT ia-,
25- |I.miuLitrator flaal accounts and vouchers to Enterprise at Tuesday morning, 91 will receive return of r f vit* p:rol1llg8. J T"
t .GR'E I the Hon. Judge of Probate for Putnam county,,for and Palatka at 8 o'clOckfedne.day morning and CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC P..)!. COHEN A Co.. send mail:nz aUaoDollirEn.pravins.a(>;st p lid.) "G In'by TICKET." -IrI.

arrive at Jacksonville AND DEALERS Jacxaonvllle .*
i settlement and will at the same time ask to be. came day.A. DRUGS MEDICINES. a Protftctut;a Catato+ae, sal all other accessa-: Blaekamlthiag, .
jQALPIN HOUSE M. REED, &c Ac.jnly3 I. u'D _
ditUiarred. M such Administrator. Commissioner for the Atlantic and Gulf ry information.On -
O. M. flALIMN! PltOPJIlGTOB, I S. GLINSKI, Agent at Jacksonville. States. No.291aya* Street,,Charlestons tf the final eompletio f thesal*-, the Gifts will I :1ACfllN& SHOP.. ;.
: Palatka August, '54. Admin ittrator. be placed in the hands or a CoxmrtKB of the rcxCBAsras At former Stand of&dgwjk.

Jideburg, Fla., I jnly7-tf_Agent at Palatka.STKAMIiU aug.5lyltItQuCl'D S. S. FAHRAH & BROTHERS, I to bo omBUcrco, due notice- of which 1 t ERNISUES Pkwghs of afl kinds Tbabf Car17 -

THIkTCCN MILES FROM TiE ST.JOOX3 BITCB, Administrator' Jfotlee.IX Mcintosh, DEALERS IN COFFEE. .GROCERIES will be given throughout the "lI ee" State and i't rUges Cart,Chain for Mills. Mm work 0.
fituated near I < MONTHS from date hereof I will apply toO ic. : the Canada all kinds Sugar Mills, !c. .
BLACK CREEK. I the Judge of Probate of Alachua county, E. Mou.n.1i I1ezwLL.t.ttrhi ATTORNEY LAW, Corner East Bay and Cumberland-Sta. ,I LIST OF GIFTS. f ST ParUcuIar attention paid loStsej ami I-

IIOtSE i wwodioui Fla, for a null discharge from tho further administration THIS Steamer, which has Jacksonville.. E, F. jnlyS Charleston 5.CT tf 100 Marble bust of Washington 9100 910,000 Saw MiD reparrag. \Theelwrighsi0e don at ihotw

THE $ a vcr.' one, of the FsUU of Thomas W. ', doted. r- a-been put in condition for effective 100" Clay 100 10,000[ test notice. *"if* All orden left at the store 018.

can accoronwdatc fortor fifty SAM'L It. PYLES. service u now prepared to resume her regular bu- B. Ms Pearson, WM. M. LAWTON & CO. 100" Webster. 100 10,000 N. Williams will be promptly attended to. .,

p..00.. It Ii located on a Hill. The Creek August 26, 1834. (sep9-6m) Administrator. slums on the St. Johns, in the towing of vessel, ATTORNEY AT LA1T. FACTORS AND 100 (* Calhoun 100 10,000 augl- z.A.7AlUtAIt.
bounds with FISU, ad the surrounding countryMen te and such other service ;
rafts performing as COMMISSION ,MERCHANTS SOelegant Ofl Paintings in splendid > .
Jacksonville. Fla.- .QQ 5 QQQ NiUce ''.
Administrator 't
with GAME attraction Notice,
affording t be appointed special contract. frames sizelilOelegantOilPainlingi,2x3fteacbs '
may Sal ft each gilt )
gea Ab. 13 Southern Whorf
months sifter date I willprescntm1&eOOunuI Engagements may bet at any time entered into 50 B.OOO Jar
V. pains will be spared render tbO who fa SIX: vouchers to th* lion. A.N. Caston Jndg with the Captain in charge of her at any point at Felix Livingston, Charloon(; s.c. 500 steel plate Engravings,brilliantly 1 JL t loosed agent during ny abeese.from th..

TOT him with a can nomfortabl and happy. 1|I I of Probate in and for AUchna.County and ask to which she may be upon the route er with her pro ATIORHEY&COIDlCELLOB. AT LAW, Wm.M.Lawton, |tVm. Taybr DilL, colored in oil,rich gilt frames > 10 5vOCft24x30 Stat. fjulyffl-tf] B.I. P1UBSON.
HORSES and CARRIAGES will b* readiness j be the) further administration of July U CHARLES WILLEY.iihoifsale Wainright Bacon \ Josepfc
j discharged from prietor. Jacksonville, E. F. 8 tf in. each > TVTOMCBU hrky given thai astamUoatioav.
t convey Travellers 1 th* Intciior [DvJI 1 j I tblt Estate of William S. Standby, late of said to any prafeaeional> business en July 10.000 elegant steel plate Enrravingsi 1 iX _will b* mad t*&he..n sidutt the Q aral ->
county, deceased.THOS. Tln-\\ are Factor-. WILL'attend him in the Courts of the Eastern JOSCPIIW.RLDWARDS respeot-' col'd Ja otl, of th* IFiisA4 4 ,000 Assmqlji Jar Mad of iaeorporatiaaef aBaaku

.Joseph, Wbildcn, PREVATT, Admr. G. VERONEE k BRO Circuit and of the Supremo Courts of Tallahassee. .,folly informs tho PaMic that he Is now prepared _1I. loA Monument,20x26 in ca. J to be located ia Jacksonvfll .
Ian 14W5m WM.,8TANDLEV, DCI'I1' to mannfactorHARNESSES and do engravings, from .. .. .
-d.aIst1 Wholesale Dealers ia lie has also such aa advantageous connection with 23,000teel plate 12-3m ....
to both Saddles and liar-
all kind of roaring .
Paints I 0 itS, and Glass Newaansville Jan.4Lb..1854., PLAIN AND JAPAHED TIX'WARE. an able Lawyer a; Washington City as will ensurea _.whkh be lOll will be dOD despatch 100 different plates now m possession
prompt.and weedy collection: of rob claims as prom vt>f and owned .by the} 41.0W'Artists' Give them a Trial. ..
I AdmliiUtrator Notice. this method oflnformioglheir friends sad on rewoable terms. lie has just received ,
Unionof the market
:lco. 1 .Y ESE .TAKE may bo, pUoed, in.his ..hand*rajainst the United Jlereenary bays fat *
tVteasry lastaneW
"'- that have Charleston stock of Leather, Jte, and person
: 'Cr ( S A'LL penoas lriJ,Cu41. the Estate ;iMi8isaM" ElU customers they recently mad States. .. July from a value of from 50 cents to 91 *=K succeeded foisting'.poa theless
Deoa, late of I Jacksonville Duval large-addition to theIr machinery aad are now feeb confident that he can give satisfaction to first-class Dwelling,in3Ut it,Nt worta-- .
T.nJ eflortantly' for sate a general assortment Fls, deceased to prepared to execute all* orden in the above .line J 1 'He'can.U thud at the S table of Mr.IL A,Bliss, York Citr. 5 12,000 preparations, claiming for the>'gia>nMdieaf I
; aJ all ktodsTARN. county, ; are hereby requested PMllipFras r. vtrtaes-, that a great iadivldtal*
OIL o with neatness sod dispatch. Oar Wares are all near the Bnfflngton House, and schiaitpsbmvnsgs. 100 IQIst many fftafV'to
ISHEWINDOW SPTS.TORPBMTIVK make IwnwdiaU paymebt to the undersigned| and 22 Bonding Lots ia and sts", take Del'1."ti0ae4
or.u.-BASHE.FOOT. all person aaslrg astaaad*against said estate tiei.qheit warranted.not. to leak and. to" be of the best ,-work. ATTORNEY. .AJTD 7eckaonpiZZa COUNSELLOR" LAW. BOT4 *. .NfY.Cit1each2SxlO) ., eep, 1,00022,000 TW sanction any thing has been bMtowvd apoa by s STAB pbIyaIts i LEA'S"_..

to them within Jie maaahi : : 21.. Guerd.lan'eZieilee. At '
OIN.FLWURESf: 1LUB aad ftt/SUE3 or va- present duty fwora. AN&DY5E CHERRY ECPECTORAWr'
J\ou [oor23lyNOTICE Urn* fee aired by law.i,whenris. *' this notice wUl. Terms mad accommodating- and Country orders WILL attend to any profeisloMihaslneu en hereby given,that thirty"days from 100 Villa Stcotamrng each tO,- DIORRIICEA CORDIAL n mere-&baa- a4
., be i'.rm.bU". li. IL nOEa; .promptly attended to .. to him in the Courts of the Eastern NOTICB '.! shall apply to Jhe Hon_Felix OO0sft.intheeuburbs-of-N. ._ dnd Instances. Indeed gadieal 1u"n-.

; OU : .. -jAdatoistrator. Also Country'Roofing-,aad Guttering" doniwitha" Circuit aDd the Supreme Cdorte at Tallahassee.He ..-. LltngstonJadge of Probate*,of: Dnval County Y.Oitr,.ndCOllUlLU liDamag: > GOO. 50.000, bow their virtue ngvlarlr many prewriW tho..w.
: dispatch.. has also such an advftotastons eonneetion'with for leas to Mil Lot namhw one hi i i*aM anmber tiflent view of tho Uu 't'or& ta".iat I WiD appUto cases ofOraght. Colds *
thaige aa
WrKKS ( MOTICP b hereby gives that tx weeks after 63 STATE STREET,,near. the Market aa j04 Lawyer at Washington, as wiH ensure i tea, Ia the towa Jacksonville,belonging Bliss ..ranALongfslnilsouultat2Operjetesit.ansbtsssb the wafea itinsjis nf::
1.. / ef Probate Alachna county,Florida ; nor. !8-m CJu lut 8-,C., and of such .claims, without > respiratory organs. earn* ''www aaw
collection be
4M.IwUiappIyL.theproperoiesinWub- a prompt speedy ** Johns, aa orphan and minor, the same to sold ear*. ,And ia aQ diseases of the bowels .t >
'ft* War*l* eUth. Real Eatt.o1Jamei Brewer ington CU/D.Ct_.forth* renewal of.tay :Bounty FJRETPikI3 II.FJ ) a.1 maybe placed In:his'' hands. *pIas&tUnlie4 :tarUM. CltaaJ4ID1z1Dr. Interestor;ncurity; ,f'9250 > o,OOO1r MDtarhdeaCenfialkpreeciribwthytaeBi'witbth1, .ota
dee..d. : JESSE. BREWER Land Warrant .a. ,696for(8Ooigbty; ) tam.1aAe41D StaU., :.. .:- 'r- 7 jvJy4 : '. ,JB.UOWZLL '.' .>. .MCB.J. almost confidence in tU b iieaaalef eta7 Clrejv
r. -
Jfor. LS54-4w ; ::441alaIItrsti my favor the I(Hh of Jane,1852, sad sent l. TUSUBSCRniEB'S: OLD f.. q s..u ousrutliei : 50 M, *> ?" M IOQT >. 6OOO thes excellent modicin triaL Bes4u'.se..sn. ,
x' .w'JL B ouUtqnUmyApnttbIcb warrant ,8TASD' burin*NeD entirely destroyed 100 W *t --.5,000 *
i to b had
Smith Bradford paarpMets
: -: ,fj
maderdgnrf hive esrt'tet**Oopwrtner. aM been M to maj I have never vs.eevunidwsrrsnt .' ceraerof Wentworth.. the. stand formerly! oooopiedty : 'ATXOU-EYlAT.L. ,W't T $'ft North 21000 ,i sa ,w5 y.. ooo *r bouft far ttjtt.Elyalaa ,
lor tJa. J'saa&1et fIl.r. DOt bar* i.Ys1'traliIfeTd..r" VT.J.GATES,.when\ eoatirtd his bpsfe*** -.t' uc J' *va-the present Um.Dt11 aboustha lit fJI BsfuiteebtDth. Real rstaterI.: .J. Colg> : .

bp : : )e'JcE n 'dJi ltlhe I&IU 10 M7 person wbtolDt"r., I. la aUiU te ncae .c'H* laco'hind alwg anorU :" i 1a'nr! 1- l. r., ostobst.z'whutbieywtflhe.epua.tock.ofOoed& Vrstdtn Co;K i*Estate Broken I.wT.rkOriLenspcotlaldwib -T'UTSAN.COWGIIE,. sill e.TJ 00"

._ >: .. JK\flQIBI UU'I9S.J J'AMESO.COOPES.1s.a meet of firrt claw VEflcLJq dtteriptionf, I '_ y ibr Ibla .ieu -,Jath meantime. .tarir money ewJoeod to Led ad. 11.. 12 eper lat sod 5iOedIngt vsg.t.. '
.*holce-FAMILY QA&RJJLGSS ha kizl &PaM' of1todu7 .. r I
coZ4eg cm e a-tl
3b1854.Ts93ts3tcKso'ILLE. '
; 'm .
iroYJ.J i :.0aiiS'APOTUECAZT ..
attoaifnroaitflj U afl 'a
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pressiy for hi* Country Ctutonert;all or which ie ... '. : .r _' 10" Baq.. ; 1 BLOODGOOD. BOCIB. J !.EOLBROSZ &J1. JI.u.L." -

..1fVB&1ei bSStEUteraUyJe4 VeCSIVr 'per roUNDRY "' WiU SWLL IIEAP. q FOB.CASH'ctf Ctjraacep. Io-Qem.'Wait:n.' ... ,.J., Wrio; GEIG; B AM3EssatTh4w.eh1J., peiSsism. 605 Broadway, N.T. ATCHILDORZ'S HAIR DYZ-Ta*'Urt*.
.tJ\.N. t' tt_. .1.EONAJU'CJU 1' t'V'nt m11M .art BOW JD
ri&t )1csJnj. LIP'llZi M4J ,JAC 1N WOBKS, 0.0.ai' '.dlmllMYlla.jfl1111 i'JnD.IUJ ..tieleoow. brole bj.A. p. *
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--I-- :- Limo '0-r'1't11z1C; HOTELS.MASKI
, -M21cxLtTTmPArI3 : / I' \ ircd0r nshttss mtorg. OF TaB DtFFBBBJIT COURTS Itt ..
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.. oa HOUSE:
n1'EU'OM'.n"TI.QNS -- AND Crafty"St.Id* Tuesday te ApriL
0.011C.; SolosKktcrrtenntAft -. BLACKSMITIHNG.R. S.mar 2d Monday in ApriL .FLA.. ,

*v' 4, .D.OWGLL> W. Bipgs & Co.__ Marion. 4th di, do ApriL THIS new and pleasant Establishmnt.reenti
nAKCOURT, BRADLEY C0n -- fl ,,WINES,- AUchua, lit d* el* May. .&op for the aecommadatioa .r' Tin

44 )ark $t. Manchester.JV&tcyaJ : S* DACUKRHEOTYPE ARTIST. Colombia, tl : de do May. veliog Public, ud uosured by any ODe.

War.csti 102 Wood-Street, Cheap. -"---- Corner of N. GARe t Nissan,. Wednesday. before 4th Monday ht May. be ,stbInbed, I.now'open5 the the "JIUoraar
.*k ZMdon American EttaWUkwsiite a II.W. GRAVES, Dna& 4tla do cIoMar.SL Boarders inperintended fcy )In.'M.'ZawadtkUPLANTERS

>3>Ua> Sfr *r 4182 Na-S1n4. New !<. CAPEIXA 'Rooms, o Foytt Johns 2d do in Jane whoee earnest care will be to please an a4.,,.

. 74 tf 3.rrtn GROCERIES,PROVSINS.FRUITSjAc. D*. FRAME, TILL TEH*. -who will eall in. The paL p&Lrvae1'1 I.
Hy4rei ag fa a valuable discovery for Orange and St.Lucia 3d Tuesday before the IlL peetlall1 .otleited. 8.GLINSEI,
DarL A Cinora'a Store
Rooms Bistee ; .
.JL prteati ta. feet (r m damp or cold, and over Monday in November. aep23-Gm
tbsnftn* BweresAativ*of many Lung diseases T. G. MYERS, BaSH Putnam Lat Tuesday beforvtn.- tat Monday in
; ,vtttacf any doctoring ichatetcr. The Hydromageoe tifliI GROCERIES,PROVSINS& 4UWELRY.C.D.OAK November. HOTELCIURLF.ATOY
the fora of&sole,aad worn inside the boot or -U-- Snmter, 4th Monday Nonmber.Marion .

.aaoa. IJjtedchrsctaia&powerfaIinti- let do In December. N C.
b .4U. disease. t ii FRUITS GROCERIES &,PROVISIONS Cock Watches, Jewelr Fancy Goods, .A1aeh2d do in December. M TIlE? Jfcn P ed would respectfully w.
T.tG.wflI be road agreeable,warm Cutlery, Day-trt. Columbia 3d do ia December JysLform his friends and the PuUie nenU1thaL
aM kealtay.wear ta the coldest rainiest weather Bay Street.J. &e St. lit do ta November he ha* leased that extensive and well known tsUblishInen -

, M the foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagcnfamasrtod. B. D. IIANIIAII, WM. GROTHE Dual ; 3d do in November the PLANTERS HOTEL *a4 h
Ladies may wear the lightest soled SASH \ >r, now ready for the reception of visitor Ita.UJi-
# boots or shoes in the most inclement weather with GROCERIES JROVISIONS, Pott-offict Building, Day-Street. STATE COURT-Middle Circuit. ble location, being convenient to all the basin**
Impurity while Consumption eo prevalent among BLINDS & DOOR C. OAK & SON sranra TERM. localities will command it to thoce who visit the

. the yvoig of our country, may be thwarted by ,, -. Bay Madison, 3-1 Monday April. city on business, and no exertion or txpeu*will
iakfnral adoption. They entirely tvpcrtcdeMrJUcs Dealers in and Manufacturers: of Guns, Pis- Jefferson 2d do in April. be spared by the Proprietor to promote the com

aa the latter caase the feet to perspire HERCIANDISEBISBEE" tot, Ac., Bay-Street. Wakalla, lit do in April fort aad convenience of bill freest, and reaeVr Jail

la a very unhealthy manner; .,besides are not CANOVA, LIVERY STABLE Leon, 3d do in ApriL house, in every, worthy of the public patroaare
: dangerous wear to pedestrians in icy weather,like The "Buffington House GROCE- ,House. Gadsdcn, 1st do in March. andsupliort. lie pleased to add that b*..
India rubber. 7kUe the 1ttereaueethe feet to DEALER IN DRY GOODSt By C. Bliss, at Buffiington Hamilton 4th do in April secured the services, M Book keeper,of Mr.J.W,

appear extremely targe, tin Hydromagen, .being AND .. TALL VBBH.Madlsoon Lamkin, so long and favorably known to tile tra
,basis thin slice of cork prepared, peculiarly placed 3Lo.QETi1e I1c1'i1D. Commission and Forwarding-Wharf o) NOTARIES. 3d Monday In November. veiling community of this and the adjacent .
does not increase the site or the boat or Steamers. BARRETT 8-3m
; baide Savannah F. C. Jefferson 2d do in November. July O. W. BOUAR.

tt .1M foot ft*appear uti.,. To Children they THIS well known HOUSE situated on the corner of Newnan. Bay-Street. Notary Public, also Commissioner for Wakulla 1st do in November.
am extremely vafaabto a* they may engage in MAGNOLIA
U several States. Leon, 3d do In October, HOTEL
j: .cercis*with comfort aDd heAlthy effects. Their and Adams streets, within a few rods of the Post Office, and BURTON Successors of& GRA\-E, Office at Btifflngton House. Gadsden, 1st do in October.
need mention be- On the St.Johns
.cpenM II M atijfct as to scarce ; I Tiau In November River,
: sMea, those who patronbe them will find their year- near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the i DRY GOODS)GROCERE PROVI JOHN II. II. flOURS, Hamilton STATE,4th COCKT do Southern Circuit., UXDER CHARGE OF CIPT. 0. J. JIcaaT.

4: i (y At doctor1 the HfdnmtftM*MS mmck diminished II becoming thereby.more known, its Churches, has just received a new COAT, and has been renovated i Ho1" Erne,,Bay-Stru&c Office Notary at Buffington Public.Ifotut.AGENCIES.. spraNG- TEBV. TillS is a new House of Boarders,recently and opened visitors for from the the ii-

:v -1.i*BMreaamg to an almost incredible extent from top to bottom with every convenience, is now in perfect n. E. S S Levy, 4th Monday in March North during the ensncing and future seasons
in Manchester Birmingham I OOLME
Last Lottfoo ,
year order. The Table will be under the of experienced DRY GOODS HANK Heroando, lit Monday ApriL It i steeled immediately on the St John'sltlver,
Liverpool Glasgow,Leeds Dublin,Paris Antwerp, superintendance I PROV- BUl borough 2d Monday in Apn1.Jlooroe. about 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short Am-
r nambmrgn, and Barlia our sales reached 1,732- be other Crockery Hardware, Bt ilL Monday in May. mace from the mouth Black
Housekeeper and not surpassed by any : ] and I is most
480 pain of CleW Soles This year the number and Shoes, Ac., Agent of the Bank of Charleston. located and
&c favorably
TALL TXBM. conveniently np for u.
wlB far surpass that. in this climate. The Proprietor has determined that his exertions OceanStrut.J. mentioned.
tiay-Slreet. purpose Arrangements are made for
Ask the Faealty their opinion of their value as Levy,2d Mondry In October
b preveatatire for Coccas COLD, BBOSCHITIS to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, II. E. W CLARK, W. BRYANT, Hernando, 3d Monday in October. the accommodatiou visitors have of sixty availed boarders, and alreadynumerous

- 1. flhI*, sad 001L"troznlox.J DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVI- Agent of the Bank of Fairfield S. C. Hillsboroogh lit Monday November. the The themselves a location
shall be without to trouble or at "Magnolia. House isconveniefkt
.',SUE pair 35 CUts.LUIIEI' regard expense. Monroe 1st do in December.
&: Pl' siona., and Merhdis. Office in holmes Raw, Bay-Street. to a fine Mineral Spring, and boats and
4 BOTS' A do.MISSES'do do 30 25 do.Nonc&From do.. A LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good gnerl STATE Cocar-Western Circuit. kept for the purpose going thither. The poneys proprietor are

. k the Retail Prices we make avery Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House I B.AMMERMAN, Cheap Storo anise TERM. respectfully invites strangers and citizens I*
c CLARK in "drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia Hojue in
HENRY K. W. Franklin,2d Monday ApriL wmter -
liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers,
that storekeeper make a fine profit on soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Bay Street. Calhoun,4th do in ApriL or summer,and thus afford him an opportunity

. M any may article be hats Caps Bt Shoes, Ac. Subscriber has received and elegant Jackson, 1st do in )[ay. devoting that attention to their comfort which it
: their sale while they are an thay may Oct. 21 1854-6m S. BUFFINGTON. TIlE a large will himself and the able
3d do in May. superintendent
' Washington s*
kept in any tore, among any class of goods, R of GOODS of different kinds, setleccd -
For terms apply to %Republican copyWATCHES S. N. WILLIAMS, by himself and particularly adapted to the Holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday in May. much pleasure to manifest.J.

. UA tCOfRT, BRADLEY 4 CO, DRY GOODS GROCERIES AND PRO- want of this section of the country. lie respectfully Walton, 4th Monday in May. ul17 SCMMEBtDT.
38 Ann Street, New-Yerk. invites a call from his old customers and the Santa Rosa 1st Monday June.

' JEWELRY SILVER WAKE VISIONS.-Bay-Street. public generally. Hi stock consists, in part of Escambia 2d do in June. Oran. e s. iiig


SIR ASTLEY COOPER BART M.D., AND COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC ,HARDWARE,CL"TLERYfOOD AND Franklin, 1st Monday in Eeceraber. public are informed that the above Hetel
. BOOTS AND Calhoun, Thursday alter 4th Monday in November
Medical Practitioner 'II/LIIlen TIONEER.Holme''t ARE leased from Dr. DABOAV and n*
the eminent a
,- SHOES HATS AND CAPS,FANCY Jackson, 2d Monday in November. paint will be spared to render the time alrreeabl
valuable legacy to the world in his Rove, Bay-Street.
.t after 1st in Nov.
Goods. ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTBUMENTS Washington Tuesday Monday and to give tatinjartian to all who 'may favor me
Great Preventatlre Consumption, Fancy
r AMBLER te IIOEG, Holmes 1st Monday in November.
PERFUMERY, Ac, Ao, Ac. with acalL A new Bathing House ha been erected
. : UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVI- All of the above Goods will be sold on as good W&lron,4th do in October. at the Spring for the accommodation of thos .
do in October.
Santa Rosa 3d
DISEASES SIONS, &c., tc terms as at any house in this city. who may desire to bath in one of then n e.Sulphur
GEORGE FLAGG Ba.StPARKIURST July 22 U E.W. CLARK.T Escambia 2d do pi October. Spring. in the Country. The location U remark.
without the use of Medicine. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COVRT. able for health, surpassed in the tate. Beai

r Sir A.C. Bart invented and advised the use olsjson.Tlllo.: 33 vstlT'lox-icaLfv I ADAMS, J. nr.xpRiCKS. JAMES H.CHESS Northern District. tiful high pine Iamb, free from the anoyanee of insects
i: of the PROYISIKS, To Planters and Lumbermen. especially Momptitoe Can accommodate
MEDICATED FUR CHESTPROTECTORfT0 I WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that Near R.W. Bigg.Co. Foundry undersigned baring formed acopartnenhip Tallahassee, let Monday in January. one hundred person, only 25 miles from Pilatka.
all of all and conditons, as a Apalachicola let do in February. J.
I persons ages ho has again opened at his old stand Day-Stree. J. fur the of transacting a J. UICKISOX, Proprietor.
certain and a safe shield against consumption purpose Pensacola let do in March.St. lept.25, I t.lAGBOLIA.
Bronchitis Asthma Cough, Cold and, other afflictions NO.1 HOLMES BLOCK G. C. ACOSTA, General Merchant Business at .Augustine, lit do in ApriL

of the Lungs, which arise from the exposed with a large and well selected stock ofGOOIDs. FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, AND MAGNOLIA, F., Southern District. HOUSE.
b and the SODA FOUNT. I would poctfull call the attention of all who are Jadjonrille Florida.
atate of the chest according tofathion
.s '1 continual changes of our climate \WA tJi tJ .i if Rt&W t1HibW WA B Corner Bay Ocean Streets. I desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their large and Admiralty Court sits at Key. West ; always in seaalon. <*9> THE SUBSCRiBER has just completed tie

i wTb Protector" sinioly a
,lined with silk and p>d i"bich i (u'iendcd IM M. FULSOM.FURNITURE I Dry,Goods,Groceries, Queen ware, LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. style,and will u.-e every ezenioatol'le*

I from the nock,covers tbe -I,'-.. .- co agreeable a SASH, BLINDS&DOORS. Hats, Caps, G rockery and Glassware, Governor JAMES E.BROOME. all that may favor him with their patronage.

manner that,once worn, it lie->ima necessity and to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from thoNctv Over// E. Holmes1 Store, Bay-8. i Boots and Shoe, Drugs, Medicines Secretary,of State, F. L. VILLIPIGUE. Particular attention paid to Invalid.

( .COfrtf'rt. York Manufacturers I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both aa Iron, Nails, Paint, Oils, T.W. BREVARD A. COY,
"Th Protector," althoagh t>ui .fsntijcd lI.truJn- regards style and price, tiiat cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. RESTAURANTS. i ipn Hardware and Cutlery, Window Glass. Treasurer Comptroller,C. II.AUSTIN. Comer Ocean and Monroe-streets.
: into America is making rapid 1'1rc.! thrunh Particular attention paid to the Provision Busi Jacksonville, July s. 1854. ) .
be found General M. D.PAPY.
:. the United States, the CanaJj.., .-'u'Jth Amerna, Among my assortment may NIX RESTURANT AND BILLIARD ness. Hay, Born Mess Pork, Flour, Bacon, Fish Attorney Good Stabling for Horses. ) u

and the West Indies It k < for' long time WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN SALOON, Molasses, Sugar constantly on hand in large quantities. Supreme Court Judges.
, lIMa a staple article in En;l.mJ and uu the -intient RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTS, Ac., Ac. Newnan-St. Thomas Baltzell, Chief Justice, Talahasece 91SO. iMerchact's Hotel, 8..10.
of Europe, while it has gronn ui uiaoy cuunUies FIXE GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) By Paul B. Canova, Produce of all kinds purchased. C.H.Dnpont Asswiata Justice, Qnincy. Charleston, S. C.
Constantly on hand and made to order from
4 to the posiliuo of aa M tide uf drensT DETACHED coin and warranted pure BLACKWOOD & Co.'s RESTAURANT1 All are invited to call before making purchases Thomas Douglas Associate Justice Jacksonville RKnrCYIpX If PRICKS.
demonstrate these facts enquire of any En- 0 LAPIXES, Bay-Street. elsewhere.N. Circuit Judge sf% TilE undersigned having leased this Hotel,

.. gush resident in your vicinity of his knowledge of (with.1 without hunting eases.) CUTLERY.From B.-A large assortment Negro Goods,such Western, J. J. Finley, Marrianna. Hiiiitnated in King Street,solicit from the travel

I; ta* beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, SILVER.. PATENT LEVERS do. do. E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, aa Kerseys, Blankets Ae. Middle, J.W. Baker, Tallahassee. ling public a share of patronage. Board I1.M
f WITBOCTBBCOFRSK ro DoCToRING oC any kind. The DBTAOUKD do. do. the celebrated Manufactory of Geo. Wostenk NemanStreet.TABACCONI8T.. July 8-tf EXDRTCKS A CHESS. Eastern W. A. Forward, Palatka. per day; single dinner, 50 cU.only.
I cast of wearing these articles is a mere triBe, andes LAPINES, do. ao. JL gon.con iting of Southern, Thomas E. King, Key West. July 8m JAMES 3L HEBST.

will last some years. Ko one who i.aloes the From good makers, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SDEARS GREAT MAIL BOUTE. Solicitors ofthe Clrculb.
health of himself his family will be withoat good time keepers. RAZORS. Ac. CHARLESTON HOTEL
.t or F. S. Western James M.Landrum Milton,
. I. them. The Hospitals in this country are not alone JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS TOBACCO, Middle, Sam'l B.Stephens, Qniney, D. MIXER,
recommending them, but rapidly introducing them. of abort .ND SEGAR.NtnS. 8 Eastern, James M. Baker, Alligator. Corner Merting and Hayne Street.

I Hareonrt Bradly A Co of London, and Manchester GOLD Cowiraing 61'ARn.", FOB AND VEST CHAINS.CHATELAINS Such MCOR\LS, PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS -i Iqngtc IUt.I. Southern, Henry D.Kendrick Tampa jalyS CharletanS.i, tf
entrusted with the Fare from Charleston 8 00
England were originally PERFUMERY LUBINS' AND Through Wilmington,
a Officers.
manufacture of the Protector, by the lamented BRACELETS OTHER EXTRACTS FANCY SOAPS Wilmington to Baltimore, - 12 00
PENCILS, CROSSES KEYS, SEALS, . (First name,Judge Probate;second name,Clerkof THOSAS S. MCKERSOX
1' Dr.Cooper and continue to inauuf.u-turc according PAI'lER-MACHEE, JEWEL CASES B. M. PEARSON, Wilmington to Philadelphia 14 00 ,
t*air original instruction, and therefore recommend DIAMON RINGS, REGARD DoCOLD ROSEWOOD WORK ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.Office Wilmington to New York, - 500 Circuit Court;third name,Sheriff;fourth name- Corner os Meeting and Queen Streets,
SLEEVE Assessor and Collector
THIMBLES occurs-Tax
I those who would wear "llic l't tector'," t" BOXES, PORTABLE With a choice of route between Weldon and Bal whenever it ) ;uly8 Charleston S.C.HOTKIj.
the Court House.
AND COLLOR BUTTONS opposite Counties. Officers. Post Office.
, 5$ .to their WRITIFG DESKS, timore.
being genuine. 1.StYl LION .
CUFF PINS Charles M.Jordan Pensacola.F. .

A. 1 MCDICIXE. GOLD SPECTACLES,EYE GLASSES BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS ATTY AT LAW,JUDGE OF PROBATE, Depot, Line street Charleton daily P.51.Mains II Corner of Meeting and JI>- ,.
,, RETAIL PBICES.Gnrr1 CHILDREN'S'TOYS at 7 A M.and 4 3-4 P )1. arriving in Wilmington,
t tt
the Court House.McaUEEN jnlyS CharletonS.C.
PLAIN AND SETT RINONS Office in John Milton.W. .
Sautsitosa, Chain
SUE. *l,50cath TEA BELLS, North Carolina at 3 A M and 2 p M. Passengersby .
SCARF Ac. J.Stokes
gI J.ru'do. - 1,00 do. LOOPS. PINS Together with various other articles too numerousto McINTOSH, the second train will travel over the Wilmington "
Isaiah Cobb
?' SOTS' A MIME* do. - 75 do.HAECOUBT.BRADLKY SILVER WARE. mention. ATTORNEY AT LAW, and Manchester Railroad by daylight at Wilmington Daniel ) ,jr. Eneheeanna. NEW YORK.
I A CO., N. B.-CLOCKS, WATCHES,and JEWELRY, two trains are despatched at 6 A M and 3 Walton McLeod
COMPRISING DINING AND Office Bay-St-.m Mr. Giles Bowers
' 38 An Street 102 Nassau Street, thoroughly repaired and warranted, at the thorl- on Oeus' P M, the first tiain only connecting at Weldon, "
Kew-York, c.8.PrmoipalWarehouse est notice. ly" TERMS CASH. [oct28-Iy C. BROWARD, North Carolina with the Seaboard and Roanoke ,
('G.\R SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do, Holmes. A.IL Brownell CerroGordo.
102 Wood Street Cluopsidebtdarf. ATTORNEY AT LAW Railroad to Norfolk, thence by steamers to Baltimore M.U. 100 Wan Street,N. T.
Manufactory. 44 Market Street Man Office Occan-St. ;ant both trains connecting at Weldon with R.R. Godden Stanley, i \T71LL paypartieoLir attention to sale of VeI.
on ,
., ser, England.IL Jacksonville Foundry NEW SKYLIGHT the upper route through Petersburg,Richmond,and Ternon.G. I I VV low Pine' Lumber Live Oak and
B.A Co, are establishing Depots for the sale d Washington. At Baltinsoreboth lines connect with Washington Washington. Tabor other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE aDd
of "Ike Protector" in all parts of America. Phy- P. FRASER, the lines to Philadelphia and New York. Worthington, to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.J .
John A.Tabor.II
C- ieUna Surgeons Druggists, Clothiers Dry Goods, MACHINE agucrailtn nIIcry ATTORNEY AT LAW. Public are respectfully informed that these lines 14
J. B.& Marianna.
Merchants Hatters and Milliners,also Gentlemen's WORKS. Office on ForythtJ. are in first rote condition, the Cars are under the Jackson, ,, M
John W.Pooser
FweUhing gtore-Keepera are entrusted with the HE Subscribers, having made sxtcnsive and THE Snbscriberbcgs leave to inform the citizens management of trusty and experienced Conductors, James Griffin S. II. Ilockcnbaugb,
: whotoeal sad retail distribution of them, and to T valuable improvements in their establishment Jacksonville and its vicinity that he still P. SANDERSON and the steamers from Norfolk to Baltimore are Jesse M.Clark IICalhoun
whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, to furnish continues to keep open his navigated by able and experienced commanders GKXEHAL
are now prepared Elias Branch, Grove.
sad a splendid opportunity opens to them for safe For Street. thereby,securing both safety,and despatch! Aspen. COIIISSIOXIRCII ANT.
sad profitable business i Steam Engines,of any required power, from NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, yh Through Passengers and their baggage will be James IL Parker.I. 112 Pearl Street,N. T.

For terms apply toJIARCOURT 1 to 100 Mills horses; on Forsyth Street, second door west of Dr.Holland's F.J.1IE.TON..TORXEY tent from one Depot to the other free of charge Thomas J. Land, /CAREFUL attention will be given to sale sit

BRADLEY.& CO, Saw ; residence, along the route. Franklin Thomas J.Eppes, Apalachicola. vV Cotton Rice, Sugar, Lumber Timber and

38 Ann Street K ew-York,U.S. Sugar Horse Mills;Power Where he is prepared to take pictures in a man Jakonrle. Through Tickets to Wilmington, North Carolina, Samuel W.Spencer, Ie" other Southern '.-. Also, Merchandise purchased -

; ncr not.urpls by any. He has fred no expense cant,.had oCO.F. }'OLKER Agent of the South Thigpen, I on mart advantageous terms. julyS-tf
I A Warning.I3T Grist Mills, up his RI .plendidrption G, W. CALL, Caroline Railroad Company,Line street,Charleston, Gadsden, E.C. Love, Quincy. Hoe & Co'a Patent Ground Saw
: and all other machinery used in this R.C.Leter.Ie
not h..roornot in mini thaI country. room for up in a neat aDd ATTONEY AND South Carolina, and to Baltimore,Philadelphia, or I THE Subscribers manufacture: from the bed
; your Iron and Ilra"* Castings. COUSCELLOR 8.B.Love,
tasteful style, his large fine Skylight, enabling New York,at the Office of the Wilmington and Raleigh 1 Steel, CIRCULAR SAWS, from two
bidc Office
entene*of foak' philosophy, that a disease will J f Steamboat Saw Mill and other repairing, him t pictures in groups or singly, in on Day-St Railroad Company, Wilmington, N.C. James M.Smith, "" inches to eighty inches in d:1meter. Their Saw

1M cured of iteelf or that yon can cure it with cer- at short notice.i.r clear or cloudy weather. He feels confident For farther information apply to E.B.STEVENS Leon, D. W.Gwynn, are hardened and tempered and are ground and

taia Mdkiaea for a few dollars Beware how you All mathincJT purchased from ns will be giving satisfaction to all who may favor him o I R. DORMAN, Agent,Charleston,S.C. july-14 II.Archer,jr. Snished by machinery designed expressly for tile
put in operation in any part of the State, by a Ho is thankful Co and ATORNEY "AT LAW. n.T. B ker.II purpose, and are, therefore,much superior to tho*
tamper with your general welfare. competent machinists, when desired, and upon to cal. a oontinnanca the past same.C&OI hop Ofc yStIUYSICIANS. Mechanics,Inventors and Manufacturers. L.C.Demilly, ground in the usual manner,as they are strengthened -

Y*wfld and,vicious youths, why will yon persist reasonable terms.Drawings I do not want pictures, are o respectfully invited to I 1 650IN CASH PRIZES. $;;0. Wakalla, George Miller New Port.T. and stiffened by increasing them in thickness

in dating with the filthy nauseating compounds daily and Estimates furninned, without call and training his rooms and specimens. .J.M.Richardson regularly from the cutting edge to the centre,con-
charge. MOONEY N.G. Wrker.II
proffered thereby impairing your appetie and July 8-tf_Founders and Machinists. july8-t M. W. GRAVES/ II. D.10LLAND. commences on the ICth of September. It chiefly Noah Potrey.II eonently produce a great do not saving become ia timber.heated or buckled and

digestion, and destroying yon mentally as well as Office on devoted to the advancement of the interests of Afeehanie Jefferson T.J.Chase, Monticello.
I CHARLES NeWan Stret. They also manufacture Cast Steel MOT Pit and
FLORIDA *, Tnrentort,KfamtfacturerianJ Farmer. M
physically when you can be cured with a few do- DEW James R.TuckerJoetWalker Cross Cut Saws and Billot Webs,superior quality
I Y K. W. moos & Co., jilJarktonrille I A" A. S. BALDWIN, and Is edited by men practically skilled in the arts "
all of which have for sale
they or they may
ssscpl.asanlmedlcineslL Fla. I Jacksonville. .. Office on and sciences. Probably no other journal of the James Morris, be obtained of the nardwar.M.rehanS.tbroughout
To*who are thus annoyed and wish to be restored now prepared to execute prompt) orders I Bay-Strt same character is so extensively circulated or so Madison, A. McDonald Madison C.H. principal

to heath and vigor by a treatment at once ARE Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills SALES in any part of the County attnded tel I generally esteemed for practical ability. Nearly S.R.Sessions, the United States and HOE Camvla.R A CO.
L Horse Powers Iron and DRUGS AND MEDICINES. all the Valuable Patent which issue ,
pleasant and effectual! should consult Dr. MOBBIS. and Pans, Grist Mills : Goods re/ulYllcited. either I weekly T.M. Andel'OD.II 29 and 31 Gold eLJ&1
Brass Castings, and every variety of Machinery. on commllsio from the Patent Office are illuilriedvilh EII ra.- BMeKinney, "
His success in chronic diseases has beencreator for private or auction disposal, APOTHECARY HALT- and the claims of all the Patents Publishers of newspapers who will insert
_ Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work Saw Mill wi b q1lk1YI inca, are published Hamilton II.J.StewartJuper,
this advertisement three time with this note ansi
attended to and DRUGSMEDICINESPERFUMERY&c.McMullen ,
amounts .
I than that of any other physician of his day. Steamboat and other repairing. speedily regularly in its columns as they are issued John Frink, "
I-! Jiaay who have been fur years afflicted with disase Thay will continue the manufacture and keep Subscriber has been known in this community for I Dy-trt thus making it a perfect SCIESTIFC ASD MECDAXI- James H.Hendry.II forward ns a paper containing the same, will lie

I or eonseqaenees resulting from excess, have constantly on hand, their variety of Plows, Timber a number of years A Auctioneer and otherwise.He .- CAL EXCVCLOPEPIA of information upon the subjects Jerry B.Smith, 'I pin ia printing material*,by purchasing four time*
the amount of their bill for the adrertiRmnLNe.1"ork
4 15 been restored to health and vigor under his really Carts, Chains IC., to which they respectfully in- offers no recommendations, but desires that inquiries I SAW MILLS. of Mechanical Improvement, Chemetlry, Columbia, GeorgeS.Herbertl1ptor.. 1354.
- etemtlae treatment site patronage._July 8-ly should be ma concerning himself of any EMPIRE MILLLS. Engineering and the Science generally. It is S.Scarborough, M April 22d. ly-3t8
Should a personal Interview be objectionable, commercial house pl o hl rerdae. published weekly in quarto form suitable for binding Reuben Uogan., =
I tat*you dweaM in writing-enclose five dollars Jaefcaonvllle Dlackimlthlng, Since the fire he & Forsyth Pcrkly. Parkhurst, & Co., Jacksonville.MECKLENBERGII and each volnmno contains Four Hundred and W. A.Sheffield '. SAVANNAH.Dying .

_ -address Dr.W. H.MORRIS, through the Post- ASDMAChINE street,o the burnt district, where his Auction b I MILLS. Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter, Several Hundred Afochna,' A.M. Caeton NewnansviHe.

?.. ofie*.Savannah 6a, and a package of medicines SHOP, siness is also at present conducted, and where 1.1 Engravings, with a full and complete Iudex. B. Youngblood and Renovating Establishment,
Mearely put up will be sent privately and with At former Stand of Sedgwick. keeps on hand,on the most reasonable terms, Blackwood &Taylor, Jacksonville. Its circulation on last Volume exceeded 23,000 C. L.Wilson, II
73 Tor}" the Court Hftm.
despatch fall of directions therewith, and no questions T7URNIS11ES Ploughs of all kinds, Timber Car- FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, CAROLINA MILLS. copies per week, and the practical receipts in one Dnval, Felix Livingston, Jacksonville. .near
acked. I. l1 degas, Carts, Chains for Mills, Mill work of For Cash and Country Produce. volume are worth to any family much more than George Stone, II GEO.
Co. Jacksonville.
r..1ivml at a distance, afflicted with Scro- all kinds, Sugar Mills, &0. july 8-t CHARLES DaWALL- Kelly & the subscription price. Uriah Bowden, U 3-3KT Established, 1852. JC3T73rpHESubscriber

taU, Old Ulcers Totter, Cancers, Piles, Fistula in I {" Particular attention paid to SteamBoat and FLORIDA MILLS. The following CASH Panes: are offered by the John D.McKinlay, ratcfnltohispatrons aad friewl

Aa Gravel Stricture,Gleets,or any disease what I Saw MiD repaying. Wheel wrighting done at shortest To ixTDllo. Fairbanks & Co. Jacksonville. Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of subscribers Nassau James T.O'Niell "Woodstock JL for their continued favors,would state thai,ni
aye? of an aggravated or malignant character,can notice. \3T All orders left at the store of S. t3a.oJ3E sent in by the Istof January,1853:-1100 will Mills. addition to the improvements in Dying acquired

I*eared at horn by consulting Dr. MORRIS, by N. Williams will be promptly attended to. UNDERSIGNED, successors to nTTUUr. PALMETTO MILLS.II. be given for the largest list; $75 for the second; Nassau C. C.DeleDt'I by him daring his last visit to England and Scot

fetter post paid enclosing a fee. ang 19-tf J. A. FARMAR. J. Ko. 3, Holmes' have in Wo for the third;*55 for the fourth; 950 for the A.J.BradJoefc, II and, has made arrangements for extending his
and be cent mail Building, Sollec Jacksonville. fifth 945 for the sixth; 840 for the seventh $35 D. U
IMiemee pleasant cafe can per I store and for sale, ; ; Higginbotham.5t. business by which he is now enabled to Dye a greater -
. to say part dike United SUtes. i Apo"thccax-cr EJan A GENERAL ASSORTMENT PH03NIX MILLS. for the eighth; 930 for the ninth; 923 for the tenth; .John's, Gad Humphreys, Et-Angustlne variety of Colors on Silk and Woollen Dresse
faruevlar attention ipvrn to the treatment of feaal OJ 920 for the eleventh; 915 for the twelfth; 910 for F.C.Humphreys, ." Shall Ac,which he trusts win generally pleas all
complaints. Ladies who may be afflicted jlf Tea Sf MERCHANDIZE Stephens &Foster, Jacksonville. the thirteenth; 95 for the fourteenth. The cash Jacob Stickler II who may favor him with their patronage.

,1a IrregulartfleK, FUror Albn, or White, rro- Depository: CLIFTON MILLS. will be paid to the order of the successful competitor Putnam W.W.Tnmblin. II Gentlemen's Garment Dyed,Cleaned.or Renovated -
arises Uteri or}'.Uingol the Womb, would do Removed to the New Store In Holme : Consisting of Dry Go Groceries, Provisions, immediately after the the 1st January, 1855. Stanislaus Glinski II a* may be required in the same superior
w0 to lay aside all false delecacy, and promptly Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin Hardware and and Glassware, Taylor, Richardson & Co., Jacksonville.SPRINGFIELD TERMS.-One copy one year, 92 j one copy six Nathan Norton, style which has generally much pleased his patron -
S **naUth* Doctor. Cures warranted.f Office Jacksonville. la and Caps, Boot and Shoes, Saddlery, and a MILLS. months 91; five copies six months,94; ten copies, Marion John McIntosh Ocala. *and friend
Utters receive attention moH be and artmeDt of Books and Stationery, and all sixmooths, 93; ten copies, twelve months, 915 Robert
J F All to U kept constantly on hand a larg ; Bullock.II Ladies' Bonnet Dyed, Bleached and Pressed ia
WHERE other article suited the trade to which E. A. DtCOTTES
F C fosUwld, nelaeiag a. fee. Address Dr. W. U. selected assortment of t ; they Jacksonville. fifteen copies, twelve months 922; twenty copies, S.Helveston ..1J. the most fashionable styles. Orders from the conn-
invite the
attention of
C JIOTRI8, Savannah, Geo.ar DRUGS AND CHEMICALS call and examine t publc aD ask them to MOODY'S MILLS.P. twelve months, 928 in advance.No .M.Willis, SI try punctually attended to. Terms moderate.-
ConsalUng Rooms No.68 Bryan street op. Itk purchasIngelsewbee. number subscriptions above twenty can betaken Levy D.A.Morgan W When steamboat raOioad
Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted &e&IIIUI& parcels are sent by or ,
aa themselves .
they that Jacksonville.BELLECIIASSE
KoanMBt Square July-21 fresh and they Moody, at less 'l,40each. Names can be sent in at John R. Hatcher. II word should be sent him by letter through the
| genuine. Also can sell a*low u any one else,for cash or different times and from different Poet OtcesS .
country II
Robert Watterston Post that he know where call for
Office to
Marlnera.XXXDLXS Combs Brushes & FINEGAN'S so may
Notice to Perfumery, Soaps, pru. MILL Southern and Western money taken forsubscriptions. AiHaborongh Simon Tnrman -
CHAK5EL tXTRAKCE TO PORTS Lamps, Burning Fluid, .., { I M. W. GRAVES, Bellechasse & Finegan, M. Cunningham, Tampa.u jut them.!8 ALEXANDER OALLOWAT.

MOUTH.Peacock1 which win be sold low for cash. KIT N. D.-M.W.GRAVES would respectfully Letters should be directed,postpaid to Mcxx A B.T.Kendrick M ,

-! Refuge Buo.Beacoftl.Ornau Country orders solicited and punctually attended inform the public that he still continues the REED A HOLMES'S MILLS. Co. Fulton-Street,N.Y. nenando S Joseph M.Taylor De 8oCAt. FORT 4 DUNHAM, -

information has been received at this to. Physicians'prescriptions put op with care and DAGVERREAN BUSINESS Reed A Holmes,Jacksonville. Messrs.MCKS A Co. are extensively engaged in W.M.Garrison II i FACTORS AND: ',. '
'. procuring patents for new Inventions and will ad-
the' one door west of Dr.H.D.Holland's residence. MeMinn ,
I eao that t. Bed S.W. Buoy of Shingle on
vise inventors without in Sara, .
TEAS. MAYPORT charge, regard to the novelty E. L.Selph, II xGh, Geo
1 tile'smesn(id* of the Keoddles Chanel, and t the for the New York Pekia Tea Company. Jacksonville, July 8, 18. MI. of their improvements.A Henry R.Tort. T.K.Dunham.
Agent |
& Monroe Benjamin SaWyer Key West.
qs Back BaoyMta*southern extremity of the Spit Teal Teal Teas!I Io Parns,
Tea( direct importation, and of 34 varieties from Peter II '
I Omd*ff Soth-f Castte at the entrance to Ports- a 1-4 to 1 Ib. ins package all warranted and at rpEAS of the very best quality and warrantednew DUa County, Fla. CARD. Robert Cruso.Clark If JOHN EICIIARDSOy. .
.Harbor hays been ., and that their low and at reduced prices in T WOULD take this method of Informing my U FACTORS -
price Impr.
extremely Samuel
plaoM an now occapiad by Peaoock's Refuge Bnoylisani I7Coutr Dealers supplied by orderIng packages .t 1-4 Ib.j and from 60 centito PANAMA MILLS. friends and customers and public generally,that Young S. Savannah Georgia.
: ; accompanied Cash. 11.60 per pound. Dla of the choicest kinds, E.; R. Gilchrist;Panamaj Duval County. liner the great Ire in Jacksonville I have reestablished Orange Algernon Arthur Gtnn Speer EatWise.BlUsh 119 Qffie'N..\ BedleJorvTtBvadig.W. .

TV** Baov. which are eoMtraeted of also Gr of the quality, Post othceatJaeksonyjlle.ST. in the new"building opposite the residence n
kern,ar rdrd very coospiesraas by their large GARDEN FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS Aa, T. a of Dr. Baldwin .where I have :opened the Watson :E. Buker
INI vprigbt position and ooaieal frame-work also- always kept on hand. 26-31 ;; MILNS. t JOHNS ML. Apothecary Hall,with an entire new stock of Slimier, W.C.Wmiams, Adamsvfll. ,
Tk.MWpVtof Lbs frame-work is terminated I jaly8-Cl' MCMILLAN. alg Da J.P. Dregs and Medicine. Cbemies- Perfumery,Fan. D.G.Lee, 1B.U.Creee SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL

b7.triIaPIar lINe reflector which lath* Bea. 1 _Valuable., et Island Cotton and OK Give them a Trial. Poet officeat J Articles Combs'Brushes Candies Garden andFloweraenls II II COMMISSION 'M'E It 0 II ANT.
**awtl iWq\eIli 20.t. &. that of the ,C.riIaadforSaIe. 2C aonvile. ,' Burning FlaW Lampweek and. Solomon Hull, Jy 8' 'SoMMMlk, Gto- "- tfPHILADELPHIA.

ptt-ia4 U feet abov the water., i I tho Bar of 6t John's river Mercenary in(pr have b.many instances, NASSAU': Lamps Paints and Oil,Window Glass Potty,Ae. THE "
Tben II a rcfag decker platform round thIN Foun'lIIileubn. th. le upon te eu&1, worth BellechaSBe Soda Water aad Mineral Water,cool and sparkling -
on river. The tract .
Ways,with a eat and rail about, two feet above I I embraces seven hundred'and fifty acres, tin,hundred pre that a ,dbg l tm great me &FnegaNa Rver.Pot : ,to be had at the_counter all times'Sundaysexempted. rmtu.,IMS :;.
cufae of th* water. vl. IY IdiU.,C't ofc .abnT .
of it or'Marl so *rat rate hammock land '------
thing.not _.
any VPltllnrG
POSITIONS.TWS.W.Baoybeaooa.ofth have MALONE TAYLOR .
Physicians can prescriptions put .5 & ;
and in Its original Hate, W'kla'the exception ofbout ORANGE up
IMS ini This isnetlonhaab.enbedowedsponSTABLElt'SANODYNE' M Steam Saw Mill. Cora HID, Shingle,
Shingle with car night and day.' COMMISSION MERCHANTS. -
and well -- LUMBER AND
eighty acre cleared Adopted for a A, IL Cole ,
: Plaining
Machines ,
of,th s-tf -
t > *4 fathom*water.M mil west tail of C. july arnos. M.MLLAN.Notice. -
>ealiUwarkUmc the Red Beacon on crop th* DI..uoa. Steamers necessarily BIOBJUIOU CORDIAL nor, than &n-hmvdndinttoao located at East end of the eJty/an.prepared U ,
within Myyardactthe ia amndinrto 'MAG : .' .
place PhikuklPhla.
LIbtb.U.X.t.MLh.MIdAU.N.NV.Ito.kaen. 'E. pas **. Indeed many medioal OLI"HL extento orders'for' !
BtrttPwnt men*with u. Hlfh river.. On ta* premise ther U a'vary ; I'wb 'T.'O. nd.minednl! 'U,absent the North S
with npenor know regularly th rpHK at ,LutmR.SHINGLES.AND LATHS Very respeetfiiny solicit eonstrninentfersovraERir
three story mansion hon ,wilh> Duemnt of tei.tl C Pb,. disease*, : '.JL:from .the present dm until aboa\the 1st of atnodwato. pricedeUveraU theirwbarfforihipmevXo ''LUMBER, SHiNGLES, 4*.

$.b.Xe.d1MUtbt.boen.i&Lby Ti B.ry-b a OD sitxU.mity E.J4B."of tk* Spit tin*fei Location Health, Water,and all other t t.r.e org"whl com* 'under. ,, o ., -,' BURLINGTON.MILLS.Sadler October. next when .they 1tUl.re-op stock of *on th**toetfor etty EJ*. Liberal, advances made. natural' not Title Goods fortM market lath '
advaatage to 'jBjpsed meantime
bit ; bowetJ,too, each t Post'office their CASH. .. 'RT.BROCK Philadelphia
Eamt at iaord ia 22 fet water ( Uur lit Cos Mandarin;FU.JPALATKA i .erma..
( sod Jlpply to Ta. business will U la the hands of .
JtamMl b.IWNnISMIbS SpiI4. From toU.B.aarnta food texms'aotommodatlBg; !UiDiarh *imvt Mastn Swatchway mark appears Pinckaey; ,A Co-.Cbadaston,&r 0,.&.T.Bra.fcain utmost eonQdeac* 1% IU.benenoa! effects.:. i. ., 1. ,, Ey : BLOODGOOD It B Vii' '\; '' ... Jt Ty8-tf' .T.E.BgCKMAN,.T&SkISCYIUI

b.IT.SaBL.d'&IStI Ckapel and ta*wad ,.pAlattet Opt Cozitt.r5st.im.rCaivlIiis' { teU..e a trials S. .Paktia St&" ,: ,' plIOICB'HAMSReoeired wechIyier 1f a.JoI1a. ** Wrof th* S .
or to th*owwr on th*placet6L : : th dp. M P 3. &ad *- .5- BARBEE
.dt.Iargecba1kttibMrlDtk.-b7 B. 1-4 71'r. ,t r. for oheap by lay. _- Jsly lS-6sa : .A.

.-1M Dock) WJwiPdIIION' $ :;. ::n.- flOPKIN3..MsrporIhIfllP.01 : .-_ oar/.& t for** p'.bottle1 for ,1 RTP-JLNE3TOBI J Tltf ; 'TCBTOff! 9KAVH. .' :IkTOTICEII bbgihatan'ana1Iadl.LNwmb.4. 3Ju.S:1:: crEPi.r "

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T .Ii La.Mous.SaordJeL1S4.. ;1'lTtf _JJ;Ktoa. VB .. \ 1. .! X S G t .. \oq.-. r ', .- l aug.i2-a :, 3 .t -