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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: December 9, 1854
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
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General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
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VOL. 1. JACKSONVILLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1854. NO* t1 ''I

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BY AUTHORITY.LAWS f Texas and New Mexico.Be i iI I ing's Ledges, Boston Harbor," be applied; t' life-boats, on the New Jersey coast, twenty -;' hor.se six thousand dollan. '. passage, called the Rigokts, connecting present light at that locality- t.bc. txtugnished '

it enacted by the Senate and House to the prdburing and placing a bell and : thousand dollars. For a small beacon- light. en Fort Sump-j Lakes Borgne and Pontchartrain., fire thou and the tuirerbuiidlngz, and land -

I Representatives. of tAe United States ofl.I triangle beacons en these points. I i For a first-class light-houje, to be fitted ter Charleston Harbor, one thousand dultin. i sand dollar I belonging thereto to 1.. sold and Bpot|.UM) .
America in Congress assembled, That For the erection of a light-house and with the most approved illuminating | Fur and stakes
OF Tim UNITED STATES. apparatus | buoys to mark the channels payments for the sane bemsr mad v to locate
; country of El Paso in the State of Texas keeper's dwelling on Egg Rock leland, near : '. to be placed in the vic ity of Absc* For 9 lighten the Battery,at CharLeOon itwa of the Atcb3fiJaya.md Cote Blanche and deliver all needful eonTeT nce*
and th-j Territory of New Mexico be, and Nahant, being the awn appropriated for j!: cum Inlet, to guide naTgatorj clear of .\- thousand dollars. 1 na and Bars, five thousand dollars. therefor and khe jurisd.ctionoftheUnlua

runi4c ACT OK aid CONGMESS j I they are hereby created a collection district this object Scjjtwnber twenty-eight eighteen -I sccum and Bngantine fchpafs, thirty-five For a small light on Castle Pinctnoy, to [ for in i iron screw.pile light-house, to Mates over; said land shall thereatUr cs ue

or THE which shall be called the District, ,hundred and fifty, five thousand dollar thousand dollars. /' mark th<} channels from the bar to the city, i; erected\* near to the entrance to the' and revert to the State LooJsiB"*.: K_

UNITED STATES., t.ot Paso del Nortc. and Frontera within *. S For a bcll-buoyantl a mm-buoy for Absccum and'np the Cooper Hirer. onq thousand live i ncl of the Mississippi River, at tLo South. 'Src.IL And be further HMuAtdf TUtif. f
at the first session vhjch vat begun said country of El Paso is hereby n ade a For the removal of tIle light-house at Bar, thre tbousan-1 Uolbrs- hundred dollars. I I I' West Po ., arf m y ho 4i-t.l tn Le practicable .&n,r a rprul hvdrorrapbical umina*
fatted awl held at the City,of Washington '\j port of entry and, delivery for said dis Tniro, (highlands,) Cape Cot, to a proper I For a large buoy or buoy-boat, to bo For a light.house to'mark the dl?ali cffj{ to be fitted with the most approved tion cf the locality, and the appn abei

in the Dittrict ofQ.lurabia.onjlonday, : trict. site and fur fitting the same with the most placed on the southwest point of the over Cape Roman, in place of the present light j i description of illuminating apparatus and thereto shall kre been male, ItU fwnd .
i SEC. 2. And be furlhsrenacted, That, approved illuminating and to falls! Del thousand dollars. at that fc mark thousand dollars Vermjl--
the 5th of December. &: \ apparatus ?ware Bay. ono locality, and tuoys to the fog-signals, forty-five that tLe light at the entrance Jo
fd day the .th Jay of i.QJ1lend-_August I I there shall be a Collector of Customs ap serve as substitute for three lights at Nan- j For a first-class l iron buoy, to be placed inner cJ) ., called the fc Slue," in addition j For buoyage of the Pass; a I'Olltre, Miei lionBaylisianisuotnesaerforthenavigation
Monday
1854.on I i pointed: said district, together*rith such sett Beach, twenty-fire thousand dollars. en the northeast part ot Five Fathom I to the appropriations of March three, i j: sissippi River, one thousand five hundred: : ol that bay uJ the dj* "
FKINKLINPicacs President* BAVID !i other officers as are provided for by law. I I For the preserration of tLc stie of Billingsgate : Bank eight hundred dollArs.Deiat.eareTowarc1s eighteen hundred and lift}-three,for chang : dollar i coasts, It shall I* extinguished ; sad tie

President, of the Senate.pro j I The said collector shall reside at :Frontcra Island light-house} (\\VlIilect,) i tho erection of a.I I ing the present light at Cape Iloiaan, thirty ,: For a lizht-house at the mouth.of Calc Secretary of the Treasury 'authorised tu

ATCHI.VSOX. LINN, BOTP of the House ,' aforesaid' and he shall be entitled to a saIl two thousand dollars. light.hous at Cross Ledge, in place of the thousand dollars. I I sicu River,six thousand dollars. cause the lands nail buildings blonjJ5
Speaker
ttmpore. ary, not exceeding two thousand dollars For rebuilding the light-house at Dr nt'. li ht-vessel at present at that point, thirty For a li bt.houtt and bcacon-lightfbn the I Texas.-For two small range-lights at thereto to be seLl in tlw same mannar u
of Representatives.PiBtic per annum including in that sum the fees Point, Nantucket, fifteen thousand dollars. thousand dollars. main land, at North Edlsto fifteen thousand I Cohesion, one thousand dollars. a provided in the fifth section of this, bilL
[ CLXXXVIII.] l allowed by law; and the amount he shall For large fog-bells, for light-vessels in For a first-class iron buoy, to ba p!)cd dollars. I For completing the tttoyage of Galvca-: SEC,7.. Ami'be f further tnactcd Thatifprelimiarsuryiare r

An Act to procide for the accommodation collect in any one year for fec, exceedingthe tho Vineyard Sound, in exchange for the on McCric'3 Shoal mouth Delaware Bar, For buoys in North Edisto Inlet and approaches -I i I ten Bar and Bay, Sabine Pass and River ; ; teqmred' to sa-

of the Courts of ths United Slates sum of two thousand dollars, shall he small ones now in use on board of these eight hundred dollars. liv; handrcd: dollara. I(I Matagord Bar and Bay, Aransas r.arand certain the necessity for an1li ht-houM or ,

xn the District ofMatachu'tlt.andin '\ accounted for and paid into the treasury of vessels. One thousand fire hundred dollars. forLcaconliht on the pier nt Port For.a light-house and beacon-light on the I II' i i Bay, and Brazos Santiago. Bar and Bay,ten. other ail provided for in this Wl I or to determinc \
he City of yew fork and Philadelphia. the United States- II For four iron twe1re-p unJcr guns"and Penn, Delaware Bay, seven hundred and j north'point of Hunting l Island to serve asa j! thousand dollars. the proper sHe for th*SAinej or to t
Se it enacted by the Senate and Haute \ SEC. 3,. And be it further enacted, That equipments for fog signals on board of light fifty dollars. I'I' seacoast light, antI range for the Swash 1 1I I I For light-house on or near Oallinippcr ascertaIn more fully what the polbo 'exigencr t

of Reprcscntatinx of the United Stales of I the District Court for tho Territory of Te-"cls in Vineyard Sound, two thousand For a beacon-light en Reedy Point, Delaware Channel, ,in place of the light-vessel at present -1 I I Point Lavacca Bay, ten thousand dollars, 1 requ.rf. the Secretary cf tliejTrea-
America in Cnngrftt assembled. That the New Mexico shall have and exercise jurisdiction dollars. Bay, three thousand dollars. I stationed off St. Helena and for repairing -!j For a light-house on or rear lI:f-3IOQo cry shall cause the necessary ex4mia*Uon i 1

Picsidcnt of the United States be, and he over all cases which shall ano in I For iron buoys and buoy-boats fur approaches For refitting Cape Henlopcn light-house and placing that vessel at Combal.ee I Reef,Matogorda Ray ten'thousand dollars. I and.! surveys on the seaboard U made!

hereby is, authorized and empowered to the Collection District of Pas del Norte, to Boston Bay, and on Nantucket with first order illuminating apparatus, fifteen Bank, thirty thousand dollars. : Porn day-beacon, to mark the wreck of under the direction of the Supenntewfciit

i>rovicV> necessary accommodations for the in the administration of the revenue laws, shoals, fire thousand dollars. I thousand dollars. ,. For a laj-beacon T buoy in St. Il lena. : the steamboat Farmer, near Pelican Island, of the C wt Surrey;and thoee on the northwestern I
Courts of the I'nitel States, and the officer -i in the same manner, as if the said district I For a light-house and keeper's house on For a light-Louse on or nea; Ship John Sounil, eight hundred dollars. in Galveston Bay, three hundred dollars. I lakes to be made under the 'w"-

connected with them. in the Districtof ': was entirely within the Territory of New j or near the "Point of Rocks," \Vcstport, f Shoals, Delaware Bay, thirty thousand dol I For a first class light-vessel to take the For beacon. on the North Breaker, to lion of the Bureau pf Topographical, Engineers -

Massachusetts, and in the cities of New I Mexico. Massachusetts, five thousand dollars. lara. place of the present inefficient ono,stationed mark the entrance to Galveston. Bay, five I ; and in all cases in which adverse reports !

York and Philadelphia by fitting tip and i! .\I'Iro"edugut 2, 1854.IPiuuc ., I For a Ii2ht-hou on the Snit situated I I For a fog-s'gnaL: to be paced! at tre.Del. at lartin's Industry, and for repairing thousand'dollar : are maJe, theyehahl be submitted

leasing the same until permanent aecommodations -j I I the entrance of the Narrows, Boston Harbor aware Breakwater light-house, eight hun- the present vessel (after the larger vessel!1is I Michigan or repair of the light-house Congress at it3 next session; and all case".,
can be provided as hereinafter ( CXClV.l ( fifteen thousand dollar ; drcd dollars built.) and pla&ng it at or near the en- foundation, and pier connected therewith inwhich tbs objects authorized are tvorawy

proposed. (I An Act making Appropriations LightHouses For the erection of a day-beacon, sixty i I For a fog-s'gnal, to le -!acd at the i( trance to ri-Lngm?) bound thirty thousand near Monroe, seven thousand two hundred reported upon. the works shall be comme*. .

SEC. 2. And be itjurther enacted, That I Liyht-Boats Buo}$. flc, and feet high, on uPoint Alde-rton Bar," on the j Reedy Island light-hous?, eight hundred i, dollars. dolljri : cod iramedutely after vali-l tithes,and S.U.C
the President be authori/ed to cause to be I proriding-forthe erection and establishment south sice of the entrance to l.ihtIIouseCb dollars. i| For a light-house and beacon-light on or For completing foundations of two.lighthouses : jurisdiction shall bare been obtained to tlw ,

procured, by purchase or otherwise, suitable of the same, and fur other pur I' :nn:1. eighteen thousand dollar I! For banking in Reedy Inland and pre-,( near Hilton Head to guide to Port Roya I on St. Clair Flats, twenty.thousand. sites.'r. .. _*
sites for buildings to be used as court- pose. I For placing buoys in the New Bedford serving the site; of the light-house,one thousand Harbor entrance, ten'thousand dollars. d lIara. I Approved, Assist 3, iSSI. 'r

huu5eI.r.nd post-oftiCC, in the cities of os-t lie it enact1t1 by the.Senate ond House Collection District, on rock at the mouth t eight hindred and fifteen dollars. j I,j For five iron buoys for Port Royal Har.1 For a light-house anti fjg-bc'll on the : ,
ton, New York. and l'bila.dc1lh; md that of Representatires ofthe Imted States of i ofMonnthent Uif'er; on llournc' Flat, nt I For a large iron btll-buoy, to bs placed bor, one thousand lire hundred I south point of the harbor Michillhiiick- I fPrsuc icr.lA :: j

he prepare and eubmit to Congress, at as I' America in Congress assembled, That the j: the turn or the channel above Siah' 11oint; i Ion or neat Fenvick Island Shoal, fivcthou- 1 For bouys for St. Helena Bar, one thou- j' mac, six thousand dollars. t 1 Act to authorize the State of tlliaoiitoteUct (
early a day as practicable, plans and estimates following appropriations be, and the same i lone between the last n:1Y11c. and Doure'i I i sand dollar.j sand fire hundred dollars. 'I j For a light-house at or near Old Fort the rendue of the Land to

for the same together with any contract are hereby made, and directed to be paid i j i Neck; one at each end of Pismire Bed; one j For a hght-hoise en Bowers' t;-ach. bc1 For two beacons, to erre as a rangs to | Mackinaw, Michigan, MX thousand dollars. which the it entitled under 1M act cj
or contracts he may make for any such (, out of any"money in the treasury not other- (i on rock in channel of Dartmouth Hirer; 1 i tween Murder Kilt and Jone's Creek Delaware Cahbogue Sound five thousand dollars. j' For a light-house on Bearer Island six second of Hank eirhtsen hundrtsL cad

cite or sites which contract or contracts : wise appropriated to enable the Secretaryof one on Cow Rock Ledge ; and one on rock Bar, five thoand dollars. j Georgia.-For iron buoys and day. bea- thousand: dollars.I"dia7lZ.For'r.. tieenty-esen granting Land to atd that I

shall,be conditional and made subject to i ith the Treasury to carry the provisions of ;i in Phinney's Passage, two thousand: dollars. !. For a light-house at or near the mouth : conafor Tjbee Bar and Savannah River, \t ti bcaccn-ligbt "a the ptr State in opening a Ca1allo connect tMvrJ'rt (
*approval of Congress. I, this act into effect : Prorid hoicercr, If ; of Old Buck Creek,en tho'west side of Delaware i I'' ten thousand doU. ra. !i or : Michigan city, two thousand of the lUinoi Ricer viA, .Cut

Approved August 2, Ifc54. a good title to any land which it may be Vermont.-For two small lights to be I Bay, fire thousand dollars, t I For iron buoys fur the Altamaha Sound '. dollars. I of Lake Michigan. ,- -'.
j jPeBLic necessary to use cannot 1>e obtained on J placoJ on the pier at Burlington two thon-I Jlaryla1llJJ'or a light house on or near i, and Hirer, fire tliousaml dollars.: Illinois,-For a temporary beacon-light, andHnu I I
[ "CLXXMX-I: ] reasonable terms, or the exclusive right to j sand dollars. the "Seren-Foot Knoll" at tie mouth ofj j For iron buoys for St. Catharine's Sound at or near the breakwater new being cori; Bt itenactcd by the Senate

establisn Port of Delivery a* such land cannot be acquired by cession 1 For a fog signal at Juniper Island': lijrhthou'ie. j I the Patapsco River, in addition to the ap- and Inlet, Sapefo and J> bor Bars snot: structed at Waukcgarr, Little Fort, one ,:of Representative the I'nited oe4f
An Act to a PUJlI.hartrain'and I when tb* interest of the United :ta.tes dcmandait Lake Chainplain eight hundred dollar !- I prop nations approved September t\\"cnty- Sounds, and the chumels.leading through'hem i'j thousand dollars. America in Congress asseatbUd, .Thatthe .
Lahe '
Lake Port on before the appropriation would I II II eight,eighteen hundred and fifty, and March 1 and at the so'ithar of Cumberland For buos to nuke [marl] the bar and Oovenor; ol the Stat' of IlL-noi isharebyauthorized ,

for- other pnrposes.Be I .UW taU.,. .into. .toe, auit_._1.iu .tulle, ;..,. ..n"-j I Rhode* Itland--For ft new light-hou t, three. eighteen hundred e.hcl firv-onc.' thirteen -;i S on&.t]. fire thousand u(lbnz.I j harbor at Chicago three huu JrcJ dollars. I, to cause to be selected/tLe bal-. "
it enacted by the Senate ant tfouse\\ILLY; ,all puch ease?, the appropriations shall I ,tower and illuminating appu-atuaCon B .av- ; thousand five hundred dol ATS. i i I For iron buoys to bo placed in the St. I, For a light at Port (l"too the thousand i alice of the land to which tbat State *-entitled

Representative of the United States of l be applicable to the objects for which they (cr Tail, and for a fog-s'jnnl, fourteen thousand :j For a !light-house on Sandy P"5nt, Chcs-i Man's and St. Andrew's. Bays, to thoa'tanddjllars. dollars. under the act of the second of Jlsrea,
America in Congress assembled, That arc made at time within two years lire hundred dollar apeake Bay, eight thousand dollars. !! I For the foundation of a light-house on eighteen hundretl and twanty-scvea graDing
any
there be and hereby is establ.shed; at the :1 after the fiJst meeting of the legislature, in I' For rebuilding the Ji ht-houso and kecier's I For ft ligl t-house on Drain Point entrance I J lwrida.-For the erection of a light- the breakwater now in course of "construction -! land to aid that Stale in opening a canal

terminus of the Jeflcrson and Lake Pont- .: ] State wherein such land may be situa- at \' ateli Hill and for i of Pataxcat River five thousand'dollars. '; houso and beacon-light to servo as a range 1 at the harbor TVankegan.. and for a to connect the waiere of the lOmowt
any dwelling repairs j ji or
chartrali Railway, on Uke Pontchartram ted to the passage of thi- act, ( h l.t.hlte site fi>r the channel across the bar in place e f: light, when the foundation shall be in i a I River with those of Lake Michigan, out
a port of delivery, to embrace al*" the lake 1 (to wit subsequcat: j I'!i (of eight a-wall thousand to preserve.the three hundred dollars. I| For a liglit-housc 03 Love Point or the I r the present l light-house at the Mouth of St.John's ; suitable condition for erecting the structure any of the uni'!U r-t-.t: bud "m th. State

terminus of the new canal, to be called 'Iain/-F rebuilding light-house and < at Bi;tol extremity of the shoal, (the rortliern ex Kiver, in addition to the balance of:! in place of the present Tight at Little II subject ta private entry at one dolhrfand
: For a bcscon-lijjht Ferry (I'IeI
Lake Port; that a Surveyor shall Le ar> ,keeper's dwelling on Petit Menan Island thousand, fire hundred dollar! tremity of Kent lslan ,).raoat'a of Chester the appropriation, approved August thirty- j( Fort, teu thousand fife hundred dollars, to twcntj-fire cents per acre, and not claimed.by ,
be *-
: "Ctlued *
thereat that all ships or I I t' I hundred and for be expended under th direction of the Secretary pre-emption the quantity to
pointed to reside ; : j thirty-live thousand dollars For a beacon or ppinJle to mark the reef J i River3Iaryland. fifteen thousand dollars. first: eighteen City-two j i $ which governed .
vessels bound to said port shalL after pro- i For rebuilding light-house on Bakers. from Block Island two thousand i I For ba>y5 and stakes at the (lIowing the preservation of the site, which is hereby oj War. I upon the principles the
rceiling thereto, and making rejwrt and en- ,lelanJ Live thousand dollars. : extending points in the Great Choptank River, vizj i made applicable1! to the same objects fif1 I Fur a light at Tavjorport five thousand the final adjustment (.f the grant to Erie
dollars. and
New Orleans! within the : at Jamaica Shoals Loaf Hombrook '1 thousand dollars. : dollan.Wisconsin. I State of Indiana for the Wabash
try at the port of Itght-house on Franklin Sugar teen I
| For rebuilding For the Lea .
Connecticut completing I ,
time limited by laws be pcmitted tounlatlei' Idand lire thousand dollars. I I of -the the Connecticut and Middle Ground near mouth of the ii\-1|I For rebuilding on a proper site, and cle- i I' For.a fetcall beacon-light on CanaL under the provisions of the act.or
and of -
their cragocs at the said port under the }procuring, illuminvting apparatus,amcumjl.titg conage authorized buoyage bthe act of., er, one thousand Bollars. i j i rating anJ refitting with thamost approved -i j or near the pier .t Port TJUo, in lieu of the Congress approved the ninth of May, eight

\ rules aud regulations prescribed by j 1&t w. ,: light-house tower and buildings I River third, a? hundred and fifty Virginia.-For a lijrht-housc on Sraith'e illununating apparatus, the lighthouseat apropriation for a light-house at that port, teen hundred and forty-eight. *c

5 t SEC. 2. And be further enacted That author.zcil:: to IMJ built on Boone Island, March five thousand, eighteen dollars. 'I Point Shoal, month of Potomac Rive, in.. Peu33cvh, twenty-five thousand dollars. approved September nty-eight. eighteen Approved August. 3, 18>-S.4. "-'.
alt Ct'5els about to depart from said port.; J nineteen thousand nine hundred and scv1 three, at li ht-house. place of the light-bou-us on Smith's Point, j I! For buoys fur St. John, Bar and RivcfJ" hundred and fifty, one thousand dollars. .*;& .
foreign ports and i, ac**, shall be permitted t dollars. For a fog-bell Saybrook awl the l.gh-vessel at present place-l to mark two thousand dollars.! For a email beacon-light to be placed on [PIBtIC XTIl- ., 't_
;, to clear out with their cargoes at the cus, ;i I (cnty-three bell-boat to be stationed toI I Connecticut, one thousand dollars. the extremity of the Shoal!,twenty-fire thousand ',I For elevating an.1 Lttlng; with the most the new pier at Jlilwaukle, known as the Asia Act to amend the provision of'.the,-
For iron Reef
east entrance .
tom-hoiwe in the city of New Orleans and j I an five thousand dollars For a beacon at Sugar dollars. j I approved illuminating apj aratus the lighthouse uNorth Cut." when it shall bd completed, ffA'iixthtectton of the act entitled. An
I t mark Aldeu's Rock Island Sound two thousand fin
depart under the same rules, regulations. .( For fog-signal and dwelling for keeper of Long For a light-house halfway between Caje j tower at Cape Florida fifteen thousan. one thousand tic:r3. Act to Regulate the Cota'eaoiof Dane
and restrictions and in every resj.ct in the i: House. three thousand hundred dollars. Henry and Body's Island light-house, and i. 1 dollars. For a light-house at Fond da Lac, at the on Imports and Tonnage :af prated
Light
same manner as vessels cloanng out and I j I ]near five Manheigin hundred dollars. I For a beacon on Long Point, two thou or near False Care Henry, twnty-five For completing the beacon on Rebecca head of Lako Wimithigo, t4n thousand doll the second day of March one thousandseren "

departing for forcgiu ports and places from .: ( breakwater sand 'five )hundred dollars. thousin-l dollars. Shoals, five thousand: dollars., l lars. hundred and ninetj-nine. ,
on or near "
the said city of>cw Orleans by the way at;For Portland harbor-light three 'thousand fire hundreddollars. For a beacon hundred on Soa-Fiowcr dollars Reef two For a light on or near York Sj>it. Chesapeake For iron buoys for Key West hlarber and California.-For a, harbor-light at the Be it enacted by the SzaaU ,and House
thousand fire !
I Bay fifteen thousand dollars. approaches, one"thousand: five Hundred dol town of Santa Cruz, Bay of Monterey, or
of the Mississippi River United States
the efAWtrtca
For a fog-signal at or near Lyndo Point I I on Punts Ano ueten thousand dollars. of fpresentateres rf
For buoys at Green Point and Sandy 1ar
d 2, 1854 beacon Buck Idge '
Aujust For completion of on hundred dollars. in Conres assembled; 'I
five hun- i light-house eight Point in York River five hundred dollars. I For a email beacon-light near or on Fort .
addition to shall hereafUr" bo
Penobscott River, in For buoys at the eastern extremity of Sides Pcnsacolo thousand dollars. For a harbor-light; at Santa Barbara ten whenever merchandise ;
For a light-hon-c on the shoals off Cherrystone one
CXCLJAu ] two
[PcBtic f the 1nited.States
tired dollars already appropriated, import into an., port e>
l I Watch Hill Reef and on 9Thomphasoo1entrance thousand dollars.
I for Peasacola
Point to mark the For two large iron buoys
or on Sandy .
Act constituting Madison in fie State 'thousanl, dollars. Harbor five hun- from foreign country in vessel propelled -
Lobos any
to Stonington thou Bar. thousand dollars. For a light-house on or near Point ,
entrance to Harbor ten one
Indiana a Port of Ddircry For restoring the two other stone beacon Cherrystone in wh... oj rort hi steam, and i it,,
i dollars. mark to San Francisco
cf I' sand dollars. For day beacons and bnoj to mark the to the entrance Bay,
thaoiandi I Itwentyfifc
I on P nJIJ cot lUver, one I For light-house at or near Jsiantic 1 thousand dollars. shall appear t>. ii;e ouw iadujgthat the
rnHouse a and St.GCOrge'
the Senate channels!
1k it enacted by For buoys or stakes to be placed in the Appalachicola Bay s U to be deliTemimmcr.iiatel
the United States i i dollars. Lon, Island Sound, four thousand dollars. Island For a light-house on Punta do los Reyes, merch2nu.ee .aiported
Rtpofsentatices of of\\ Mount Desert Rcxki : ; Chesapeake Bay on the following points, Sound from Dog lighthouse of the-vessel .
1 after the'entry ,
on f fviz.
That For foirnaU{ I For a beacon on Black Ledge, entranceto thousand fire hundred dollars. twenty-five thousand dollars. )
atiemiled. Fisherman j three
Cherrystone
America in Congrest : Pickett'sIIol -
thousand ,
five of
the collector such
I lawful for
i Matmicus light-houses it shall be
Madison in the State of Indiana shall be j and New Lonaon Harbor, two thousand dol- Pocomoko Flats, Hunting Creek j For buoys to'mark the bar of the north- Oregon Territory. For a lighthouseat J
such nenhan
of
and is hereby constituted a port of delivery i j dollars. of ar$. I Deep CreekChesconnessex, ,Ollancud" I"unI j I west eltaiuwl uf...J --M-T.inj .. ltnj* xathousand Umpqua, in addition to the appropriation port to take possession
the coast
I for th s waters on Whale thou- disc and deposit; the same in bouaclwl ware-
F4 buoys < the two
tov..tl.a.
March ,
and shall b* subject to the same regulations breakwater For a beacon on goteague, asevadox, The Gulf, New I'oint d lll.rs. object approved thiN .
I Maine, viz St. Croix lliv rncar, bud aol dollars. Wioom For South-West eighteen hundredai.ny..cn ten thousand hoa* and whenever it shall not appear,by I
and restrictions as other ports of deliveryin Comfort, Peankatank River, Groat a light-house on Cape '
the United States ; and there shall l be 'j Portland, Maine, and for beacons in the For buoys in the harbor,of Ncvakk and ice, Rapahonnock River, Drum Point Spit, I [i Appalachee] Bay, fifteen thousand dol dollars. '*"* __ the bills. lading that the merchaniimtporteJ
be
i points aforesaid is to unmeebately/
other ;
and buoys at important fire hundred dollars. Washington Ta-ritory.-For a lighthouse -
reside Mystic, Point and Smith's Point
of Customs to near Stingray near
appointed a Surveyor and Penobscut I ers lars.For it shall be lawful for tthe
St. Croix, Kenncbeck For light-house on Black Point between beacon on Blunt's or Smith's Island in the delivered .Cplkct-
at said who shall, in addition to his a light-vessel, two thousand three hundretl a buoy, or bell-boat aa maybe
port, two thousand dollars Connecticut River and New London, Straits of Fuca thousand dcl- or of the Customs to-take pcascaaiqnothq
duties the duties and receive the dollars. : found most expedient, to mark the Ock- twenty-five t
own perform Kcnnebunk it bonded warehouse at .
at and
and emoluments of surveyor, I I For li."l01\ pwr-te'sd five thousand dollars. For buoys and stakes in the Potomac : lockonee Shoal, five thousand dollars.For'd.marks lars. same deposit l
the salary Harbor lire hundred dollars. end of the Shoal! at the request ef the oWner; matter or consignee -
Fo a harbor-light QIt e River between Alexandria and buoys and stakes to For a F.gut-bou3c Capo water
of Congress ( Georgetown,
the act *
prescribed by approvj mark the eastern of the vessel three days notice to
second March eighteen hun I For a light-bouse to breakwater at Soutbport,one thousand dol- two hundred dollars. mark he bar and channels of the St.Mark'sRiver the entrance to the bay of that narae,twen on
cf
ed on the to be such collector the ,the'Tesstl
to Kdgemosgin Reach dollars. after entry 9f
dred and thirty-one, providing the pay- ., extremity maybe determined ura. Foe a hgLt house on such point M 'pV five thousand dollars. ty-five thousand and aC! acts and of .. inconautea( "
tarts
J such point as theNorth For 'at
duties imported goods, at certain p1aC upon Fora fog-bcirat Dumplin lighthouse be determined upon, after careful examination -, For a beacou-light to'be placed on the two light-houses Capo Flatterj I
tnent therein on mentioned entitled "An i upon careful examination and survcv m place of the one now kept up at and survey, to mark the entrance to most.eligible site at or near the western I. and New Dtnigeness, authorized by act of with the foregoing* provisions, 'are.herebyrepealed. :.

port the duties on foreign; tnerchan-i j six thousand dollars. tho expense of private companies, eight tht Cone and ioocomico Rivers from the entrance intoSt. George's, to enable vessels Congress, approved September twenty- ...)-W** -
act allowing m Castine 3 1854 "
into Pitttburg, Whaling, Fer beacons to mark ledges hundred dollars, Potomac, five thousand dollars. to enter at night, five thousand dollars. !- : eighth eighteen hundred and fifty, in addition Approved August ': -
,
diM
i iI
imported Harbor Maine, the thousand do a" .ork.-For erection a first-class : to balance that may remain in the .
!j New For for the any '
St. Louis Naahville, I forty-three buoys, buoying zt--.
Cincinnati Louisville. cxcnu.
beacon on a ledge in St. Croix tower and it of that appropriation after the [PrJS1.ro ] ;
For fitting five
secured and at those i I a I II sea-coast l lighthouse Kettle Bottom, and completing the buoy Alabama.-For making permanent treasury
paid
and Natchez" to be said' of Ma.IiEonaud i!i River, about four miles.below l the town of! With tho mO&t. approved illuminating apparatus age of the Potomac River from its mouthto range-stakes, with lights where required, completion of the light at Cape Disappointment An Act to constitute Cairo.hi tie State.tjL

places; and the town be and is hereby I j i'I Calais and a lighUiouso upon Big bland near Great West Bay,. Long Island the port .Iflexantlrb three thousand at the Choctaw Pass and Dog River Bar, thirty-nine thousand dollars. Illinois; a Port efDetitery *-,,.
,
the said port delivery mouth of St. Croix River, nine dollars. For for the harbor and entranceto
thousand
of the at the I thirty-five dollars. Mobile, one thousand fire hundred dollars. buoys Be it enacted by the Senate and Bout*
and made
annexed to of Sew a Orleans part and CQllec.I'tion thousand dollars. Widow i For a fog-signal l with machinery, at Lit- : For buoys to bo placed in suitable plc&sIn For completing the buoyage and stake. New Dungenesa/and for the anchorages Representative of the United Stafetjof
District and afforded, by For a light-house on or near the island I i o tie Gull Isjand lighthouse, two thousandfive I M&tchipungo Bay and its tributaries,one age of the channels in Mobile, Dauphin, Pe on the coast of Pnget' Sound live thousand America in Congress asiembled'Tkt

facilities privileges the second of March Island, at the eastern entrance of FOX hundred dollars. thousand dollars. tit-Uoti Horn, Ship, and Vat Island Passes, dollars. Cairo, in the State Illinois, shall bc and
of ,
act of Congress thoroughfare; fiye thousand dollars. For fog-signal at S ony Point lighthouse For small J the wharf tho Naval ten thousand dollars. Furbuoys for the. harbor and entrance
j'
hundred and be andre Ii a a light on is hereby, constituted a port of dearer/;
thirty-one, of the
eighteen to the Aid port of Forali-ht-houscaf the entrance ; eighteen hundred dollars. Hospital at Norfolk, fire. hundred dollars. )- For a light and fog-bell, to be placed onboard to L Shoalwatcr Bay,1ree thousand dollars. and shall be subject to the same regulations,
hereby' extended I thoroughfare at We. an Haute, five For'a beacon-light to mark entrance toLoyd' of thc Bethel, and, Hospital ship SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That and restrictions as other port of 2erreTj

Madison. 1854.Pcsuc sand dollar thou-I Harbor, Huntingdon Bay, Long Island For a (o-bet1,to be placed near the light moored in the harbor, of Mobile/two thousand the sums appropriated by the acts approved in thc United States j and Uwn shall b*SB-
A pI"Ondugw 2, ] For a light.hoose on Southern i! four thousand .dollaraFor house at Old 'Point Comfort, and for a ; eight hundred dollars.Mississippi. March third eighteen hundred and lorty pointed a Surveyor of Customs, to'reside
the entrance of Tenant' Harbor, in.thetown a li-ht-honse at or near Raoe PointFisher's small light oq the Inner Spit, to mark the .-For buoyage and stakage niue, and,March third eighteen hundred i at said port who shall in addition.to*his
( CXCH.J] of St. George;four thousand live hundred Island, Long Island Sound, eight entrance to the anchorage off Old Point of Pascagoula, entrance and bay, and of the and fifty for a light-house on Horse-shoe I own duties, perform the duties a Jl'r ,

An Act to eonttitute Tutcwnbia i the dollars. thousand dollars. Comfort,one thousand five hundred dollars. approaches to Biloxi! Mississippi city, and Reef; Niagara River, ;New York, or any I the salary and emolument of surveyor:

Stale GfabanI4 a Port of Vehrery, II For light-houae at the cntnance of Winter For a light-h use on. TTorton's Point.Long For a small pile light-house on the extremity bhieJdsboro, eight thousand dollars. balance thereof remaining in the treasury prescribed by the act of Congresi,approved

and for other pnrpose Harbor, in CoUUmrgh four thousand. Island Sound, four thousand dollars' of the shoal making out (rom Stingray For light-house on St. Joseph's Island on the'thirtieth of June,eighteen hundred on the second Mircb, eighteeea,hundred' .

Be enacted by the Senate and House five hundred dollars. For a light-house at or" near' Windmill Point mouth of the Rappahannock ten thousand dollars.Louisiana..For and fifty-four, be, and they are hereby, re- and thirty-one, providing for the, pejtneat
ofReprcsirJUiretof the United Statet of I For the erection of two beacons in We4t Point, Lake Caznplain .eight thousand dol- River[ twelve thousand dollars..NorthCarolinaFor a new light-house at appropriatcd 'lor the erection of a light- duties on imported goods at certain;portfl
America in' Congress assembkdt That Passamaquodcly Bay to mark the channel a pile light-house Port P Pontchartrain in the place the present louse at that point, on su.ch plan as maybe therein mentiooeiL entitle act allowing

Tuscumbia, in the State of Alabama shall I over the bar at tho western entrance,.three For a small light at north end of Isle au on or nearWade's Point, in place of the structure, which will not admit of being determined to be most advisable. the duties on foreign mercbaadwe im

be and Is hereby constituted a port of d_ thousand doUars Mottc Lake Chanjplain,.five, hundred dol, light-vessel at that point, which cannot be repaired, six"thousand dollars. Sac 3. And be further enacted, That ported into Pittsburgh, Whetlfflg:""Cincin
liverr within the Collection District of New !. For a beacon on Harbor Ledge, a spindle tar c renaired. ten thousand dollars. For a'new light-house, .at Bayou St. the appropraition for a light-house on fcaa- rati. Lonil,,iI1e. St., LouU. 'N&.- aDIi
Orleans':: and there shall be appointed a Sur- on thYara Ledge, a spindlQ 011 Lowell" For light-house at or near CrownPoint, '.For a'small beacon-light, to' range with John,'in the place of the present structure.which ta Cruz: California., approved tturtj-nnt of Nateez, ta MCUrod and' nod .atboepliTxs '

of Customs to 'reside at said port, Rock and a buoy on Ram Island Ledge, in Lako Champlain eight.thousand dollars. tha.mam light near Fort Macon, Beaufort, will not admit of.being repaired, six, August,-eighteen' hundred anti iify-twu I ," sli-i tie'id city'of.Calrc :and the
who Teyor aha1I.'m addition to his own duties, Rock-port Harbor, Camden six thousand I For nine small lights near Whitehall inilaceothoso North Carolina,one thousand dollars. thousand dollars. m be, and the same U hereby, autboruea Ube I Ion said port c(4elcerteLsn4hberey--

perform' the duties and receive the aaary! dolIar ; i present.kept.1"Jp by steamboat For a email beacon-light on or near, the For a light-nonsa at New. CanrJ' .m employed in the erection ofa Lgbt-bou? nexel (o,an[ tr.O part(; the 'Oolttc"- '
and enoliunenU surveyor, prescribed by For a. lightAoia on N Ie1nd, at I companies,Lake Champlain four thousand potnfof Cape Hattcras,OQO-thousand five place of the present structure, .which wfll Aiucapa Wand jij; upon examination' Coat u. District of New'Qrka&f.and.tk lJ
.harb r or'CaStin and dollars., not admit of being repaired, six thousand the proper otticer, it .. aocertaincd a tron
the act of Congress approved OB the sec- the entrance to the. five hundred handred dollars. : ties atid privileges by"atdJtet ot
Web eihteen hunc1red and thirt1- ; Blooksvffle, four. thousand. five hqndred "For buoys for, the following points in Fot asmall beacon-light F Jan.t Point, dollrrs. more eligible site can be found for 5 w'in- Congress of the second [oQ March,*trfe teen.
f.nd for hnpo'ltbtg, InerCh&DdIIIXO PithbthgI -.. doUan. [ Laic '.Champlain, 'TZ; qn "Point au Fer Cape Fear, to range with the light-house ou For a new beacon-light at Prjict grange teresU navigation oq, thilt Ul*** Uau_on hundreJ andthirty-ote, be, antTbr eKy are,'
ce; of Santa CrozSrc.
WIaeeIin ;04 other f1.accs.. I For a day-mark q beacon,Trott Ledge Reef.'? "Perry's Reef," near fTaloour Island that point,and to be a 'substitute for the in the'place of one destroyed by flro November I the. adjacent one extended to too said portofCa ','

.(Sa 2.4d &e ilftn'tlur ,;qcted That about one mile Cram the entranco"to tasCn6 -. I ," on'"..'*"'Raefn and on ISchuyfert lightry asH on.UorseShoe, Shoal,eight hundred twenty-four,eighteen .hundred ;and : 4. And be further enacted That Approved Aegua&JlS5J, q.
I fire hundred "nnd ed dolla .' thousand toUars.| .. : the Secretary of the Treasury be;and he U '
fifty-three
Paducah. id thV State. of Kentnckr,ShrcreTnkmtbeSUtcof'Iadi and BrooksviUe, Harbor. ,, Island Reef' seren dollars. : :
to the to be
th str .OiIti; ; f1Ta- do1t\n.' ForbuoyaiiIMXIgliland ,.tthc Fee ,buoys d stakes foe Albemarle, For an iron bell-boat mark the entrance herebyauthorized cause light (.PIi XCIXJJ' ".
porin I 'at'DryPomi,' GO Flats to the newly-dredged channel of the discontinued;and the light-house, buildings, .
ror $ oU. : 1K""m lIayButh Pamlico Corc and Croaton,.Sounds Neuso An.Act .constituting Sn fedrotn
shall 110 and the land belonging taertto at Calumet th*
n side or the uthIIoleiitt1e South-West Pass. ot the -Mrssiasipptfive ,
n's Neck on the Jresterfy Great lIag cckr S Bog River ifvoTusj Rivcrr Roanoke ,IBver; and
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and they are hereby, constitut4' p d Ir Une Damarllcotta River. .1 thouwd do11ars I Neck Midway,Bar, gntonoo tfcfcanncl at the straits, from Core Sound to Bcanfort- tlHHuand doU *.' :-r *' -' : in the Sta t.of Illinois,'to"txJ sohJ r and, on : State California- a Pun icfewrpr'4deliftry _

aeUtir1Uun U. .Collection Diatrkt ot1Cnr 'Tor light-boose on*Wood Island'vflve;. River Bead Shetter Islan4 FenrJ at Keefc. two thousand six. hundred.'and forty.dol- -,For'a light-house oq the 'Shell payment of thg jjunsKjeraUon, agreed for :. .
I a -
Orlis ; mcf there aan U ppointed 4 I dPI Rocks!between Ran Head and IpsbomacPornt Jart' -*r1. Keys,"off ilarsh bland. thirty thousanddbllari. i inta thefreasury; cf the.United State, to Be it enacted by ll,Sgnate'axd JJousefReptkes'ofth.Csicadzassof
t 1.SW'n1or'of.eu.st: to 'reside at ;ea ehiddiliottto > continuation" of the f ,:%tahoaleast: of. "*'. Tor.alight-hougaoa' 'no&ii-. J' *- I I w.keu eitte. .nd deliver all needful con

)ort, who ShaD In' their! own If, fjseW..Fer" .light-houie bnlidtzithtbcIn ; PofiiL one taOMandthrWhundred -dol- ten thoujjand2oUanc'*,-" Fot a dar-btAConj to bp placed on th.oe veyancea: f'the sam, and the .peckl jurwdicuon"ofjche'lmfedtTules'oter'the America *anatbltd.3kt \b4eooatrie

detierii .LhdU14T T fi'eu1ary iork *ifi'Undati04 lId' Soir and .f] ,nliirrt Lre.i*' 9 1 t.-*,-"."* tf RPV ., F pitojohtiotise oainenorthwest frf ? st end bfirorn XsulTd..one, thousand, fiver I ? same *'of Jyw Angelea, Santsy JBarbxnL

nd ,enolwnents j>f wrreycre rcs-I. ,.. .of *, o. 'bell-7:.t"'J.1Ir _. 'IiesZ.Shageffiyo -, P:; hUiidrCdLtQBaI ; : thecc9; : :.: < : .I d<15ml...tt..r &. t.r
tbottsandjdonsra < I '
by the act tIC, Covgre 'aI'Prond o ;_ 1:1 tMndl1b1Ltrt!-t.I A4ar.iiszaForrctiaga perna- Tos a I ht-aouafl,' .mark the,'diannel 8EC3.lNlbeU'Tht. b.l t coI'
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the second .f Ilardi eighteen hundred anel'th. i Toritbm1diDg lidlt-b; Usq j,t Gay Head '.oo i Ji' b nentrbcqnj..t.raqpIighfo1labs; of toe Grand Pasarto:r tar'Biy, ten' i the'Secretary of G d:Treasury be, mercbtadtte into'PUtiWrgh it WiLl 'tInL. order.U -t Pif dollars.: : i- *-. -* i 'authorized the d lni '
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rty.ccefo( hnportfaff ''ed fittIng. w :as subslrtute thousand r** ) opon completion ef aid t 1l .
'-, ': ,- tlinaJ ot&rplsce;. ',' :a p thirtT thoUlaDd'd tart of tto Rower 5boaJ,*;ie F 'York.'. ,Baj ToLheiircsent movable lantern,.ono. 'thaautrdotlAts. ty- Uqnartbemein :en:' the light-house'and eihibitida .of the IJgfclantiorixcd ..renttTJOr-. GJsStsd
..Augaa1 .0 i" That the sums applopriatocJMr .entlTO O utMf jHfe f 4JVew'Jmey _;, : '- -, franco fo41rnbaffierJJ &Df f iC UL pU1'.: bthe'first section' of:this; act" .SeraAed L .' I._.'

.i id' .. r teen Jnmdred aDd Mr-1n4August For the:.eoptinuiti Fo1 iWf ij t..i p fifteen.tUousand. :_: -'. to be'erected neat the entrance\\o the South s+41ct.rsbsflb. a tetlfo ss.iadjit.trrw14hIfl .
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'ftft'J_ -uc'pXC1U4 _; I birti e,eighteen tundreirand fiftytwo.p -Inl litet from T* '. lelaad and.for Su.diIk&! LetrqsI Jlt-bouet1mark.thebannlp. ':, \Vf'F Xi 1.1O.ftuiut;" _. r .-..
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8d! collector Mall lie allowed three, thouIUltr.dollars I t tub them a* serious or fo to II I '.sea girt State. Less than theac:would bo-Ifive hundred and twenty,miles. It:,has I t rights on, two P0int1QfleW&thO eight Ternor Manning-nggesU 'the a

per annum, whh additional; SJc Jkikttos.JACKSONVILLE: the culture of Cotton imprat. unworthy of,oar enviable geographical position ][been"'suggested that to secure the eon- to"reclaim""our fugitive slaves .and tho of the usury laws": He *

zUiiment compensation of tw thousand I do not know the 'proportion otjtta'inedcotton These ,trunks ;would throw: fff Istruction of these roads the;State might tt otheiwai the recognition and"adoption by sap: Mooey,like

doU M per annum-ehwiklh':. emoluments in or Georgia-it their branches: ;or' feeders,, Jaeverj- powt j WeU'afford to-inakfl&-donatIOn'of all'the the'Federal Govcrnmentof the great principle everything' else, ougbt'to hv a itlativt
may .
''and rc'lrvdbl' lawt amount t that Carli' .bMJ where'a sufficient commerce would.inviU > funds'; 'and that 'with' such'' security, the ,of fion-lntervention on-the subject of not a'fixed. value;" that the.dllClllliOQ of .

iun. : great a Very our respectfully, 1 them, and thus, not; ,only every' section of 1 i companies could readily obtain the money riavcry.ln the organization of: the Territories this measure Is not a new one; that it '

.Sa J1a16cH/urhr enacted That i ,X'Ourfniend, our State:but almost,'every county,'would necessary for building Again it has been of the Union. We were told that the I been urged with much force in KM
rfiall remain I i that 'loan of the'funds to theJ Wilmot Proviso had been many State
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tl i .sid K. B. GIBBS. share in their benefits.It j suggested, a strangled, and or the
a port delivery therein in the same SAT U R DAY, DECEMBIItOi has been doubted by some, whether 1 companies, to be used as a security thjey that in future the North and the Soatb'l Union and that England has aboil
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manner u i \constitutes a port of delivery COVERS3B BOOBS KESSAGE. j such roads would pay. I have'not sharedin j agreeing ,to release them'at: some futuro 1 1' hka"a band of. b!thel'Sl.'ero to 'I isbed her usury laws.Tha -

in District of San Die-go. \ ADVERTISEMENTS TinS WEK We hmt'-not .sufficient room, in our such doubts. Few, if any, roads in the day, and restore them to the State, would I j.'common,territories, And that they were 0..I Governor opposes the abolishment
I
v. -Alprrcc, .August 3 1851..y. : Welch &Grit Boston, Saw issue for this document entire-we South, according to their length, pass thro' I serve the purpose desired. To my mind, I I be admitted as States when they organized I of tho :Militia System commend
present
the
: Zilpha Springs Sale of larger portions of rich agricultural country : the first plan proposed is unnecessary, and their,Governments, with or without slavery spirit that
dictated
; I the
Hog Wht 4 will give extended synIa. copying a not to with '' asthe inhabitants determine._ establishment rf
meet might
SYNOPSIS OF THE RESIDENT'S ,1 I i iI a than t c and none, probably, through a likely general accc-ltlU1ce. ,I the South
: 1"ega. much verbatim 'will law.i to would! ,bo With these Carolina and
MESSAGE. aa ou space greater extent of pine forests, adapted It to some extent I recognitions, although but tho College the Anc-

t I' Uri'Dowt-n, Master in Chancery' ,\ The Governor congratulates tho Legislative the business lumber and naval stores.- distribution of its benefits, because there acknowledgment of rights already possessed !I nal and Citadel Adodemies. He recommend

AYISIIIJ.CTCS. Dec. 4th. 's \1 that while some sections of our It is uniformly'concededjthatroads relieved i would be no fund returned, with which to the South rested. The fugitive slave some'amendment to the enactments
The PrrKulpnt's submitted. Bowdcn Sale : body, j jI I well in aid in tho branch roads f tlaw fair in and .
nmisastt w Sheriff II i with from undue competition, pay good constructing ne- although theory, honestly i,I in regard to the introduction
upon Ue w bligorb two houses of j jJ j country have been visited drought, cotton growing districts,but it is not gene- ccssary to promote the interest of a large and promptly executed by,the Government j I .of free per.

Cogs ratulte$ the J OPERATIONS I THE CRIMEA. and others with storms and floods, our .m rallv. undcrstood.that/one man employed in portion of the State, and which should be has proved in practice worse than useless. ,|r sons of color, employed as mariners or

I its exemption frm war, andcays From tho latest accounts, it appears State h enjoyed,a propitious season; and j turpentine business, will furnish' more looked to as a part of the system. Nor is Such have been the obstructions thrown in'' otherwise, on board of vessel, tradW

it has been his earnest desire t preserve : operations in the Crimea rapidly : that while disease and death have visited 1, freight to a railroad than ten men engaged this tho only ol jcction to absorbing and I tho way of its execution. that in some instances t I with the seaports of the State/which Lave

amicable relations with all n\tions tht a commonwealth I{ in tho culture of cotton; and :yet such is sinking the fund When it has en-cdLllc I t ,the cost of recovering a single I f long proved a source of

,t He complains that withstand our ,! :approaching a crisis. portions of ou country,our i t the case. It has been demonstrated by at purpose, in aid of these various works it :"I slave has been more than twenty times his I''i!' have been dissatisfaction and
isps.
ition t avoid all interference. with ( The allies must either soon take Sebas-| h been remarkably protected.. i j i least one of our Southern Companies that, i should return to bless our people, by building i,j value-while in others, the blood, and even j'I even regarded by friendly powers

pter European Go\'ermcnt have sought topol or n.,tire. The town is not completely OFFICIAL REPORTS.I '1: where a road passes in equal portions thro* ;t a school house in every neighborhood, I,' the life of the Southern citizen, has Atoned' as, to some extcnt inconsistent with

and dirt our foreign policy, invested.and the Russians arc liberty I The report of the Treasurer shows that 'I la pine forest unfit for cultivation, but and securing a good English education to : for his temerity in availing liimse-lf of the J!,i international obligations, other States Lav

and one or other has attempted to enforce u abounding in naval stores and through a every c ild. 'To a loan, there are grave I I'provisions of the law. ing modified their enactments
to throw in reinforcements and supplies, tho revenue of the State for the past |, I without
arbitrary regulations contrary to international year (I rich agricultural district, the forest fur- I} objections; not the least of which is, that I The organization of the territories of Nebraska f experiencing -

''f law; that the United States have uniformly which arc much' more abundant with them has considerably exceeded the disbursc- I nishes freight ten times as great as the ag- it would not be likely that the fund would :I and Kansas furnished an opportunity -I any pernicious consequence--

respected the rights of othl'n and than with the allies. The allies have not I! meats, and the finances: are in a healthyand I 1 riculture. oT11 our case, the two sources of return'to tho State. The course, in my !! for testing the sincerity of the country i|I lIe says that event are transpiring; trtich

i{ cannot recognize such interpolations in international only to encounter stone walls and batteries satisfactory condition.The i I supply are happily combined-Cotton and judgment, promising the best results, and on tnc subject of non-intervention. The are well calculated to arrest the attention,

I law as shall endanger: our own but a force behind them fully in amounts borrowed from the State I Sugar, with tropical fruits, &c., for winter calculated most certainly to succeed, is, for I introduction of the bilk, arrayed against I I anti excite time vigilance of the Southern

; rights, in order to nbR'r the temporary equal '.transportation, and naval stores and lurn-, the State, with tho consent of the compa- the Constitution and the South, the armies ,'! people the result of
1 interests of others lie suggests that we number to their own, and, from all appearances funds, to pay the expenses of suppressing I her for the summer. Thus provided, it flies, to subscribe for stock to the extent of] of Abolition fanaticism. The men of the ; the elections in cer

maintain the rights of independent nations equal to tem in courage and gene I Indian hostilities, have not yet been refunded I can hardly be doubted that the local busiI ten thousand dollars per mile, to be paid i i South, standing upon the Constitution ': bin States' of the Union threatening to

o this continent to the exemption of allannoying ralship. The waste of life caused by the ; by the Federal Government, and it I ness oflered to these roads, would be at in State Internal Improvement bond,pav able -(, cheered on by a noble and distinguisleJband i!;I disturb, yet more seriously; the repose,

., interference on the part of Euro:, incessant plying of shot, shell and bayonets may become necessary) to make further provision least equal to that done on any roads in in ten years, bearing interest, and to I I of Northern Senators and ) erese'1*'i i I"which, for a brief period, has existed-
r He declares our be delivered for the of tativcs anti sustained the snd in-
purposes | the United States. i as required progress by power Those who maintained
p pwer. EsiTe but less by thp Russians than by the for the payment of tho scrip, au- be i the work I t fluence of atriotic Administration just and constitutional -
: pacific. .' But this ta not all. It must rcmem- ; the payment for the principal ;, a j ,achieved I:I views
of
t He has submitted tc Eurpland: American as the former have their own country j thorized by the List General ,Assembly. I bared that moro than one-half of all tho : and interest of these bonds to be secured I I a victor}*. The struggle was violent I)II II I Government policy, have

I 'crmcnt a ) "bhl.h hAck'er them -to draw new levies from, I The report of the Register of Public i I produce exported from the United States : by the hypothecation to the companies of[I' and protracted but the Constitution tri- been rudely thrown aside, and politicians

a a principle rule of international iaw whi'c the latter arc isolated and dependantupon I Lands, furnishes a satisfactory exhibit of passes through the Gulf of Mexico, and I i all the Internal Improvement aud Swamp : umpired. The territories were organised. ,I returecd to office, who entertain eentimcnts -
that free ships make five goods and that of Florida. The Land funds with the stock for Tnc Missouri which for
The Governor I around the peninsula articles together I restriction more' destructive to the
and steamers for aid. the transactions of this duration of the
DutlllIlrly L exempt from confisca ship ofc. I received in exchange for this, are j. Inch the bonds were given. than thirty years, hu been branding the !(:, Union." lIe
of articles The of England are becoming that it is a matter of regret that I. I adds : Discarding all
exception contraband people says doomed to the same tedious, hazardous j The subscriptions should be accompanied I South with iicuality repealed. The I State .

. of war. Russia acte promptly in somewhat anxious for the Cite of the gal > more has not been effected in the way of j and expensive navigation; and when we :I by a contract onthc part of the State, to question of slavery was referred to tLe !I and political jcalousyJet the rulers and pub

the matter, and the propositions lant men, who, upon the shores of the organizing Common Schools, but attributes recollect that the extra insurance on nearj -'i sell the stock to the companies or their as- i I Constitution Congressional non-intcrven-i lie men of the South unite upon this great

4' suggested and a convention to that Black Sea, but a few months since were it more to insufficiency of fund, than to j Ily all light goods, added to the loss of in- 5ignees at par,hcncvcr they desired it, for'J,'I tion established, and the patriot crmitted j principle of conservatism and preservation Ij
j effect has been concluded. No other foreign terest by detention would more than the bonds at Thus the' companies i to hope that the Constitution of the
i iI
pay par. t tj and the Constitution
: flushed with nail looked forward the want of interest in tho want and the Union I
[ have acted in matter though the success, subject, or j coun-II j are safe
.: powers tb the whole freight from New YOI'k to their I j would be secured by the bonds of the'I try, and equal rights under it,
: King o the Sidles expressed his unwillingness to an cay conqucstbut who now seem to lie :'I j of energy in the law itself. 'The increase'I place of destination, we may reasonably II I jj State, the stock for which they were given, II i come the watch-word in every section. | -without such union, all Is lost. II

' comply. The KiU of Prus- tnore in the position of the assailed, than : of this fund is a matter of great State interest j infeT that the through freight would be an I the Internal Improvement fund, the Swamp ,: Such hopes, however were doomed to an i --- ---

sis decided tt add an article provide for the assailing. and should enlist the talents and effort itcm of no small importance. I! Land fund, and the right to convert the ; early disappointment. TLe paatage of'r I; THE JUDSON HOUSE.

1- w J remunerating pr\atcrs. but the President -- - : of citizen." Attention is invited But these, however ample, would not : bonds into a stock that would, in my judgment i these bills only transferred the battle to I This ia the name of the new Hotel

I objected, I nations w small naval establishments FIRE.-A lire broke out in the slab pie every be our only sources of income. Our geographical be second to few in the Union. To another field, awl was made the signal for which have ,

1 in case of war, would be entirely of Messrs. Foster & Stevens, adjoining i to the report from the Board of Education position would, of necessity, : these securities, tho companies could add new and fanatical organizations in tnc non- 1 t we before alluded to, as in

! .? at the mercy of those having large'l their mill last. the (I of the State Seminary at Ocala, make our roads great mail routes, and the their private subscriptions by hypothecating -I i gla\cnoding! States. They inscribed on progress of erection.
on Sunday By
.' If I ; naval establishments.arisen between rous efforts, of our firemen and "ig suggesting measures for the improvement i I most important thoroughfares of travel tie stock of the road, which, for the i I their banners, "A Restoration of the 3Iisi Tile furniture having been received and

- ,- I ,, Differences have relative the "I of the fund. Hefen-nc is made to valuai -' between the Atlantic and Pacific Occans.I .- purposes of this argument, I will estimate i spuri P.estriction-tl.e repeal of the Fugitive -,i( mostly arranged, the house was thrown
- United States! and England: to the was prevented from communicating with i I is doubted whether their income from at the sum of two million,or four thousand I Slave Law, and the admission of no on Saturday last for the

-1 T'*; boundary line between Washington Tem- the mill. The Fire Depirtmettt evinced a ', ble suggestions, on the subject of quarantine through travel) would be equalled by any : dollars per mile. So far as securing a loan more slave States into the Union." On'f j open inspection of

.! ,, tory and the British possessions in the dctcriiiination and discipline, which, we laws and pilotage. at Key West, and, !'' two American roads of similar length, would bo concerned, companies could j such a platform they have met, and most the public. During the day, it was visited

norhtest.hih have citizens already and led to dilli-of hope, mil give us the perfect of: also, to a statement of the condition of the |1! south of Sew York. To these advantages, make the State's securities as fully available -I signally, dcateJ the men of the Con-titu 'I by a large portion of our population

: 'J sbhjccte he PresiI this element in mater.did : suit landing in the Supreme Court of the local and geographical, may be added I as if they owned the fund as a dona- j tion. They have, with possibly a single among which, the fair sex was numerously'
1' their respective r'(1Jlcnts. dangerous as jl another, worthy of consi of United States between this State and
I-- dent rommcnd a upon this occasion. I is enough to say, light of way, it is believed, could be procured tested her confidence in them, by large i i non-jlavcholding State, and have, for the Tlii Hotel
,- commission of our own to act with a similar that one engine, the ST. JOHNS, kept an ,' Georgia, which arc contained in the report on both lines, at a cost merely subscriptions to their stock, would greatlyaid first time under our Government, elected a is a very large and elegant

_ commission which of the shall English settle government the incessant stream upon the fire for twcnty- of the .Attorney General. | nominal ; both roads would pass through I thoir negotiations. In this respect,the 'i House of Representatives, purely and one, and lets been built and fitted up at .

_ ,I to run a line stiulations in the controversy. of- hours. .1! A vacancy iu the office of the Coraptrol-I a country abounding in the very best timber companies would 1 llC bcncfitted, while the j I wickedly sectional in its character. In great expense, to meet the increasing demand
Certain treaty one for and a': right to convert the bonds into stock view of all thi the South is calm and
I- 3 the and J! ler of the caused by the resigna- superstructure, whichffo at unI for accommodation on the part of
1846-, regulating possessions rights MESSACLS.-We have this week received { Treasury 1 great extent has been graded by nature, par, would enable them to appropriate to I I I Ithcmsehcs. I move']. She is prepared to abiJc by the those who wish
: : to
of the Hudson Bay Company and the ;I! tion of John Beard has been filled avoid tho rigors of
-I -j the Message of thePresident that of Major enabling us, it is believed to build first : if they should desire, the advantages :!>I I Union, made! by "Constitution, with a
I Tugeat's Sound Agricultural fcociety have I 1 i by the appointment of Theodore W. Brevard. I class roads at much loss expense than any I of the whole enterprise, as fully equal rijrhts under it. L'evoml this, she i i, more Northern winter, by a vi.it to oar C

-., -p led to difficulties which should L*pec blyecttlcd. Governor Broonie, and that of the Cover- I' Attention is called to the report of: of our neighbors. When we consider all'' as if the State had loaned the fund. I j will be forced to,act upon the sentiment, bland and healthful clime. It U situatedon
thinks .
. Thc President made which and arrangements extin- nor of South Carolina. The first we givea the State Engineer and Geologist. j ji i these advantages, and contrast them with I In speaking of the securities which such i i A Union of the South, for the Protection high ground, and commands a, magnin1

could b by synopsis ( -the second ,w e publish at i | other enterprises already completed, which:' a subscription would enable these compaflies of the South.. I i iI cent view of the St. Johns rinr
: in The the General and of the
,
question might report.of Quartermaster -
I i
-: guishment rijhs L'leted some length-while we give a brief synopsis j arc laying good dividend,and whose stock' to offer, it will be observed that 11 I I Pledging my co-operation in all constitutional -' .
:_ > shows the number and condition of the is in demand at and above par,it is difficult I have said nothing of grants of land by the measures, calculated to promote 1 surrounding country. It Is, of itselt a
M. Dillon thc French Con- of the lost is much of interest I I! miniature and
- rbt.n to as tce State arms. The Go\crnor says this State ; to resist the impressioi, that our General' General Government, and these, in some' the honor an 1 interest of the State, and :''drel city, contains over a hun,

-. I eul a the FrancU-co French, explanations satisfactory have- in it eiUztns of our State. has made no report of her military strength f! Assembly acted wisely in fixing a limit shape, they will doubtless rccehc. j anxiously, desiring the blessing God upon :: some of rooms them, all well lighted. and airy, and;
: to government, ( beyond which the anuual profits of these I The which I have your deliberations 1 am very spacious.In
; and the other hand the EDITORiaL CnAnnE.-Mr. It. B. Hilton : since 184-3 and that have no I course suggested i|I connection with the
' : made, on re- we militaryorganization I announcement oCi
b companies should not be extended.But woull secure the early construction of' Your fellow-'itizen! [
: difliicultics regarding Mr. Soule, with of the Savannah Georgian, announces the worthy of the name, and can- I i suppose we arc mistaken in the ex- I j both roads, and the State may be easily I, JAMES E. BROOME. I;'!, the opening of this HOOK, we would re
have been satisfactorily nl.\rk that it i is but
.' g the French government discltinu.ic of his connection with that not expect to haw, until the State is prepared I tent of business which would be thrown I' protected from loss or embarrassment by j a few years since th.
the disavowal *- advantages of
eetlc by prompt of vu sheet lie has disposed of his interest in to pay souse patriotic and public upon these roads, and, consequently in the I throwing the necessity safe-guards around i! GOVERNOR UAXNIXG-S MESSAGE. the pulmonary Honda as a residence foe-
dispo- has
. I the government, any amount pf to be derived from the investment the i Governor of patient attracted tao
profit subscription and the issue of bonds. South
, : ?t ei pr deny the right of transit to a the concern to his iartncr, who wi hereafter spirited citizen, who will devote his time vvc should even then find ourselves I i I havo thus, Fe-llow-Citizen expressed'j Manning, Carolina particular attention of the Medical Facul
,American Minister. and talents the I commences his Message, with some remarks ty-and that even now tie
to
iL work.
[LF | condpct it. A report from abundantly rewarded in and this subject is not
having sul
opinions
fully
appropriated my frankly on >
of atfairs with Spain remain --- --- on the of which i I investigated as mueh it
. 1I The position ) the : ( spirit progress, so as should be. Th
i Adjutant General's Office in 18-15 ec- to of profitable trade ject. They are submitted for considc-1; '
- purposes ,
" to remit in that : Gen. S. Broome brother of Governor your fact that one-fourth of
, tinchangcd, owing changes .Joh.I universally pervades the American the population aF
cured an additional apportionment of arms at least three of the finest Iiarbors in the ration. Should the course which I have : people, I
j of the
# some Northern
H
I | government. Bre-orne, died residence in South in built within but c that all StAtes are victims.I .
9m a Li having up, our own \suggested fall to command your approba-1 says regulated understandings
has occurred amounting in to pulmonary disease
the6'gregateo
No favorable opportunity an equivalent should induce

:l" to carry on negotiations w ijli Denmark, to'' Madison, on Wednesday last. of 830 muskets and more than $4-, | great borders marts, three of cities commerce-in, destined haTing to become removed I I.with tion, then will in I most other cheerfully which co-operate promises, I will regard with some thing like anxiety I!I I to study the- effort n_,.__ nf-_ ft..,_. ,!.;,_..physicians *_/ v-r-, I

:1 tl j, rj F discontinue tho practice(IfS levying Sound 1 you any ; that restless desire for change in fundaI different localities, in palliating it
; as they
GENERAL 000 has been ,
: T ASSEMBLY. paid to have them preserved.The tho inaccessibility, which has hung greater benefits,and is not inconsistent with I I would the Materia
vessels.Treaties I
:4 dues on American have been coueludcd ilh n .Japan I profession. Instead
t -tbe excLango wf n tii.utiau3 I\* all that is in the CaIitol on the 2itl of November. I the State more than their value. A suggestion the happiness, augmented the your united wisdom will enable you to strong inclination to specific legislation." :I sending patients on a long to the of'I
c* wealth, and secured the prosperity of ourpeople adopt some system of operations which i That while the State for ninth those voyage
; r BOW recrssary. The Senate was organized by' the is made, that the militia of the State i, )Mediterranean to Madeira, or fje Tropical
and last least in will
The legation to ) are still pressing though not having secure the advantages so much desired -1: whom he is addressing is about to legislate Islands, they should ascertain
Jexic
that
; election of Hon. llarnhn; V. Such, of Ilills-, be efficiently; organized, or the office of blotted sectionalism from the map of Florida and at the same time be safe and judicious a journey -
of ekui due American of few
hours
for a settlement th \: : cm scarcely be said to have kept a from the commercial
e borough, as President CoL I). G. Livingston Quartermaster Generarbo abolished, and I and made our people one in interest i I have no doubt ; and having pace metropolis would
' a cizn'a and 1 I i with others in thu rapid march of irai place there patients in a
,.- I'rident declares he has used every of Madison, was elected Secretary I the arms turned over, with other State feeling. adopted it, let us take as our motto, "En- warm and health-restoring atmosphere.

.fort to prevent lawless expulsions against J. S. Iurianc of Hamilton, Assistant I property the Treasury. I would That follow all these the and other advantages I ergy and Action." i prov cmcnt, it has attained more surely. A surgeon in the army has said, -Thcre is .
these
I completion of. great Ii '
I CHARTERS.ThoGovcmor j those qualities of government which are probably no climate
Secretary)', B. C. Parker, of Calhoun, En- I SALARIES. enterprises, I have no doubt and that theyare more favorable to consumptive
a The free navigation of the Pauagua is BC- I recommend that the Charter i j likely to ensure the greatest amount of, invalids, than that of the interiorof
Clork J. G. of the
grossing Smith, of GaJ-den, As the Constitutional provision, that the worthy highest efforts of our East
but efforts to have Florida. It ii
open the1on 1 of the Pensacola and real happiness to the citizen. lIe esteemed by those
cr I Clerk I Go"C'rnmcntnd people there can be no I Georgia Railroadbe warns'
,
Enrolling J. G.
successful. of Wakulla, compensation of the Governor; shall not be most ccmpcttnt to jud.qe. Car
prTe Park question. Let us therefore turn at- modified to locate its the Legislative body to watch with solicitude superior to
our so as eastern I
treaty between the United States : Sergeant-at-Anns, and \\1lte, of Jefferson increased, or diminished, during the term tention another I Italy, and is certainly not inferior to Cuba.
and
I relative to America to controlling consideration I tcaminus at Fcrnandina, or at such pointon over the noble political organization It is beLcved
and confidently that
-. a England Ccntr. Dour Keeper and )Messenger. for which lie shall have been elected relieves I connected with tho subject. as soon as
- : appears t L seriously crdod, andleitioW The House was organized by the election the present Governor from em- Have: we the ability To what extentcan or near the Florida Railroad, as the !j and preserve it from those changes and innovations its advantages arc understood it will become

- now pending relative any i Company designate and that there be ;i that tend b weaken and : the great resort for invalids from all
tu.-no the State in these may destroy
of our government of Major 'IVP.. Russell, of St. Lucie, barrassment on this subject, he calls the I engage enterprises, parts of the United States."

3( t? GreyWwn is taking the ground Speaker. hugh h .\. Corey! was elected attention of the General Assembly to the consistently with the best interests of timepej.le authority conferred to construct a branch the happy equilibrium that exists.i I i The journey from New York to Charleston
dcendl,1 and without a violation of the Constitution road if After alluding to the calamities! of
desire the line the
of
i to the
II they or Savannah
that the so were mere Clerk W. of I by and
cUe authortics Chie Scott, Jefferson, AssisI salaries of some of the State officers. He ? These which I steamships, from
the satisfaction are questions cI'er'e State of at cast of last some of which (those of pesti-I[ those cities through to JccksonvUIe
i interlopera. I grant Georgia some point year by fine
rf.a Post Com-1;I tant Clerk, A. L. Fisher, of Leon, Enrolling says: That, und,r the present scale, no I and will, doubtless, receive, your I I steamers that are ,
lencchad
reqolrctlfully visited
the State he continually
jUitfi' the Alapaha river.Time that the tiring on
tamest: and anxious consideration.The says
a tnander Hollins in the course and Engrossing Clerk, J. C. Jones ofI man can accept an office in the Es-ecutive I the route can be made in little
PUI"; 2d! Section of the 8th Article of I aggregate agricultural increase of this : a more
the TAXATION
I but when the Cyanc left the detriment !I C lumLi &rnt-at-Ans and .Archi-I Department, unless he has a residence of J t this I : than seventy hours; and choosing Flori
Constitution declares follows State this :
'Xo
as : I attention of the General year a likely to be much di- da
did not anticipate recurrence to arms of Madison the Assemblyis as a resort, the invalid
at
a Ja\ Doorkeeper :j own capital, has his own tier- other amount of tax at'oids'many of
or
greater or revenue '
and called to in minishod, which wit the of the I Imoney the inconveniences
the stringency
would be found an irregularity
necessary, vresentsystem attending residence
, intrctions' and Messenger. AH the officers chosen rants, or is eo situate, as to add some- snallj at auy time, be levied, than may be I a
were given to that The President ,, of for instance I market induces a str in a foreign country. The
:- in both houses are Democrats.A thing to his salary income. required for the necessary expenses of taxation, tho taxingof ng necessity i language and
think the course finally adopted not a __ I Government.' The 13th Section of the I the income of lawyers, doctors, weigh- for both public and individual cconomj- customs are familiar while the railway the
the llic salary of State Treasurer who steamer and the
for has
on ,
proper subjects complaint part wonn ABOUT PKNS. i 13th telegraph, keeps him inconstant
Article declares that the General ers inspectors and pilots in addition to the although comparative freedom from debt''
,
t of European powers. to give good and sufficient for' communication with the friends
Amount of revenue for the year, seventy The <: goose quill, wo believe, was \ security ; Assembly shall not pledge the faith and I Icredit. capitation tax which they pay in common will cause it to be less' severely felt, than I whom he leaves behind. To those in
,: : $73,000 sc\"cralllUnili-cl} dollars an- j of the State, to raise fund in aid
the the monks i per
three and a half millions ofdollar.expenshiturvs -:, implement plied by and DUIU, la a lli.- ; by merchants in this ; of any corporation whatsoever.' 1 with planters, manufacturers, merchants: under, other circumstances. health, who would for a while retire frees
"
-- same time fifty-one millions. Re minstrels of old. in producing tlic iiianclj for i I Whatever opinion may be entertained of. and teachers, &c.CRIMINAL. The nett profits of the Bank of the the turmoil of business, Florida affords a
the surplus to be applied to the I Ira j Ions and scientific of the former or city competent bookkeepers. I quiet retreat, where the whiter winds
,
the of
mend I r"r j wisdom these provisions, all uillagree PROSECUTION'S. State for the fiscal year, amount to $Z 5-, are
,- our national debt, which now : iLt Iiys and of the latter. In these Ji'DUXS.Lndcr I that they prohibit the Governmentfrom I robbed of their bitterness and where the
I 000
I LUad those of last
The of $
millions and renews expense prosecuting criminals year were 330,006tllc sportsman find employment
to forty-six days however the of the an act of the last General Assembly resortinz to taxation in aid of internal may for his
for reduction of the : pinion goose has great stringency of the market leisure hours.
1/ reeomaendaiion a I greatly increased in the State within money
the improvements this State
requiring Governor to raise deprive of
rvmain almost lucked far one ,
ttrifc might un as as to be of that description of credit, upon which the last few years. In 1850, it amountedto during the past year, having necessarily To the wealthy, a winter cottage on time
Brigade
called to fraud on thc revenue the wants the comprised one Regiment banks of the St. Johns
S Attention is concerned would
others have relied! the curtailed its seem as
sl'iL r to
C greatest extent, 87,457 24,and for the last fiscal to.i3OSO operations.
l\ Toledo and j of nfantry and one Regiment of Mounted year, great a
.j at Os\r adu ) metallic pens having nearly supersededthese ; for tho success of such enterprises. We luxury as a summer villa at New
the
Milwaukee, mere stringentlavs I manufactured of the These Men, of not more than one thousand men are not, however, prevented from using $ GG-An increase of nearly 80 per I During year, 25,000have been applied port; and why should not time smiles of na
of the quill. cent. TIle fines collected in 1850 to the reduction of the State debt tune, and the healthful
air
to prevent a recurrence c\'ilj and other amounted of Florida bo
reflections each, to be tendered the General Government money, assets, which we may at I as
complained of. I' were suggested, upon receivingfrom for the removal of the Indians the any time have, that are applicable to this j I i to 1,924 10-whereas, in the last year, There is GlUing off from the amount in great an attraction as the gayeties, and me
,
An increase of our military to put down our friend neat Morocco dicinal waters of
case Saratoga
in the of last
a such of
Jag purpose, manner as we"may consid- they were only $1,620 CO. Treasury year, 81,463 05.
the-Indians on our frontiers, is recommend; containing not Colt's patent" and Governor commissioned Allen G. Johnson. I er most advantageous; audio this part of It is that the cash i. For time' lavish expenditure of the South

also a change in the government of the furniture but one Warren Potsdamer & who had been elected by the General As- ; the subject, I beg leave to call particular RETAILERS LICENSES supposed receipt for i in Northern travel, and in patronizing
your
,
taxes will exceed that of last
be made selec- The Governor thinks like | Northern
array-that promotions by ecmbly Brigadier GcncraUHo attention. that every year. watering places,during the summer
L1 fI'' \01 in accordance B'ilh merit and not always )- I Co.1 biggest audist Gold Pens, a efficieal that the The I other thing affecting the interests of the The sum $17,7bG 05 has been received the North could reciprocate, during tho
I Mountsd of the
reports Regiment I report Register of Public
.t The and fur the field Editorial. winter with
by seniority. rcoganization weapon pleasure and benefit
I from the to them
people this matter should bo referred Treasury at "Washington being a
Lands shows sales of Internal to
.
is enrolled and fir Improvement
aii iocrcue ti the navy also -- -- --- --- ready organi:3tionLutI selves, by a visit to Florida.
\ Referring to rent a disastr n'mmended.sa, 1 COTTON CULTURE. that he has not yet been able to raise a i land to tho amount of 228,121.52 them, to"settle through tho ballot box. portion of the sum appropriated by last

_ _ rcvUion of existing the niaintain- The Cotton crop in the interior having I I single of" : and furnishes estimates for the land unsold CESSION'OF WEST FLORIDA.A Congress, to (lerl'the expenses incurredby
of discipline shipboard U reeotntt -; the company Infantrythc consequence which would make the fund OC5-, the State in Dr. Beak, the Philadelphia Dentist has
on has during
$ i Len slightly injured during past season of which is that proposition been received from equipping a regiment -
the Brigade could not be 000. This, with the interest already: due been
I' n&e4; al suggests the establishmentof by tho red bug, tho following letter I organized. Xo bonds have therefore been and tl1l.trill accumulate, before the fund tho State of Alabama, that the State of the Florida war. convicted of the outrage for which be,
t for introducing apprentices ,
rcguj
the sul' from will be Florida cede her all 'that Of the $250,000 bonds for the was tried, and sentenced to four yean and
t;& on merchant vf ssels.Expenditures | upon ject an experienced planter issued, and no obligations incurred for the probably used would justify us in portion of territory issued

for Post Office Department ,I well know in this section of Florida, State. estimating it in round numbers at one mil lying west of tIme Chattahoocheo and purpose of forwarding the construction of six months in the county jail. While're

-$ ,Ol Increase of revenue from I I I will L found Interesting to the Cotton Ibo Governor I lion. In addition to this,the Federal Government Apalachicola rivers. the State capital) $130,000 were sold in ceiving his sentence,he was accompanied by'
pt I is advised by Captain Casey to the State in 1850 all his wife sister
granted
two other ladies
and
,
,
) acres sevc<
pfSSOfyoO; ,
Planters of New York which ,
h new Peninsula:- As a compliance with this proposition upon a nett premium of
The propriety I i Sr. AtYGCSTINENov. the Government Agent, that the In- t I the swamp and overflowed land remaining rat male friends. The scene is said to have
lt 6,0)0. J S3,3r,3 04
Je diane ; unsold within our borders on tho 28th of would transfer 'Apalachicola, the largest was received. I
the
of : are
construction peaceably disposed and that been
I 22 a tho
lndfo $ affecting
very prisoner asserting
railroads is dobte and even ,f Hon. D. J YCLEE 18- rigid enforcement of tho law :September of that year. Tho selections commercial city In Florida-would trans Two years ago, tho Legislature, acting.
: prohibiting his innocence
in tho
the cnttutnl right Congicss ques-i I lear Sir-Your favor of the 18th in all persons from trading with them will I. under this grant have been pressed forward fer tho Bay of St. Andrews and Pcnaaco- under the impression, that an, increase of I most moving manner,
the State's and
by agents with inveighing those who had
internal im commendable against
t' subject : to culture of Sea Island la-would cut off from banking facilities would make '
Ue ( stt, tle' load at distant our jurisdiction money more
is no day, to their peaceable energy, but are not yet completed utoro him from
; cherished
promised and heartbroken
a
,a special i in Florida :
4 provements u message I Colon ad of tho most abundant established number of
equirg" emigration. The Governor that it and many of those mado have not yet received one interesting and valuable a new 'I
.
: stanearlyday. I1 the red bug to its says wife and eight helpless children.1*
fo tho final action of the Commission coasts In the United States Banks thereby enlarging tho ,
will bo for the General sea and would banking ,
A modification of judiciary ia rccom- culture! and if its ravages es are controllablej Assembly say, He argued that Miss had labored
'
I has whether the er. Without knowing the extent of this give Alabama instead of Florida at' capital to the extcntot $2,635,475 but the Mudge
'
j a dJigcnt ilanter, ben received State 'will wait longer some
2d or. fund it may not be extravagant to estimateit under a gross delusion, and charged 9
The message concludes by the customary ''and in reply, state that, for past thirteen whether fcho will take the matter.in her t'8,000,000 acres, rznbm-acingwith much future day, tho great city of tho South- result has disappointed their expectations. jury with drunken and

announcement that we are a great people or fourteen YC I have plant S own bands. that is worthless, some of tho most valua tho Governor,cannot countenance it. The causo of this ia_ attributed to the disorderly cons'

amidbaegreat mission to or .1.1i j Island Cotton on the'coast of Forid; na INTERNAL bIG land in the :tato. The value of this The ,State Library has received valuable large_amount of tho banking capital of;t eState duct. He concluded by a persona) ad.
J I the St. Johns river and have IMPJIOVEMESTI, dress to
t i year 'the District and
fund -,
every has been variously estimated but .Attorney .me
I 1! been troubled with the additions during the past year. A'room is which is used abroad. at a greater
in greateror The trainers
rd of the Constitution
were there can be little doubthat it be quests him to remember as ha lies down
1. 'Jam F a nigbt clerk at I I less degree, according to the care exercised deeply impressed with the importance can relied recommended to ,bo procured,for' it, and a.. profit than can be realized under tho existing
1 of safe
on as a and sufficient
a for at
security C night surrounded his and all
the Post Office Keir detected tho' field and other by &miry,
was in Clearing up liberal system of Internal Improvements two million dollars. This added Librarian app inted- laws at home. The utter failure oi
.- on Wednesday by a Special Agent, The bug harbors mo&tlyrtn the old and provided that such to the Internal '- ) tho-coniforts of home, that there isvono
nigt m& a system should be Improvement 'und, would give ua a Amendments of the Constitutien in several : banking Mississippi; ,Alabama and Flori' '
.;I Mr. money pack- *o that when we clear up encouraged by our State Government reliable husband and lather lying ia 'a cell, on a
- Jlrk of extensive
stWp three da
security million with particulars suggested ,and the having opened:an field. .
.
ii& He arrested the hind take ; '
was
j The time' lias
lo
wit pWtn0 probably nrrired, when jour which to commenco opcrations.With pallet of straiV, 1.3 innocent ,of the crime,
A : *,I bis pocket lafely secured. tho,old dead-cot. stalks, ad pl. e I duty to ouwelres'and our constituents requires such a fund, we aro now called,upon to decide sage closes with the following, on The banks invest large amounts in those for which he is incarcerated as the Attorney

around and orer. the logs and (tamps)apply i I us to fix upon and adopt a State whether wo wHI begin the work of FEDERAL XELATIOXS., eS-1 States, in, the purchase of bills,, payable in, himself -

fire, and destroy them in quantities 1 that system, and determine tho extent to which frittering it In local Tho'prcse'nt.Iitfc ; ifobilo and other ,_, -'-' 'i-,- '. '
John.Ryecroil;, indicted for the rescued load of otton seed 'can j '. ,away enterprises and aspect, of, the New Orleans; Westerncities -

a ,tug\ .slave, b been convicted ort way. Afe', ad the bag will seek it..- b struction.we can as Todetermnjnehee a Government i aid in ita con. as food for local and sectional prejudices, slaveholding States! of tho Union furnishes 'and when tl1.eyafliTO- maturity DmrporsTtD ,,GtoKTTho' LondoitDailyNewi

at Ilhnuk. The penalty U a crt seedwell: "with old cotton I poigts'audact or whether w.8 will adopt great State system cause for ous".refleetion 'and apprehen.: izbil1s or
'not. imprisonment upon -Ueh' determination is ,to affect and eoter upon Its construction with sion on. tho part of the South. in 1850 the..funds' e-investcd : ; payable in noticing the return of' tho ,

not exceeding c 10".d..-the party fit talks,to, orotherioflamnmnablctrash. Caution a_put the fer'weal of :or for wo, the test': Satcr- a teal and energythat will abate,only with we submitted to'a Compromise it.waa, at the North and ,in, Europe. ,He saya i Baltic fleet to Ingland saysr"The-nation \
cite
convicted big also liable. in a.1io' field it the th'work, i first involve our commonwealth, and; therefore,' foceess-a system ,which will,give' us a termed; which a second time .branded' 03 : '}VhenAlabama,shall have''increased hcfr 1i ,wants to know,and u determined to knowy '
grave and im '
.momt
in of for fugitive &'th' rtant'responsibUi commerce second prnbabl'to'no State .inth with ineqUalityin tho_Union., It i private : 'lU1a 'th s' 'the.moniedwants
6,0 let it known and\ deprived supply '
.ebt I ,red bog to So whose h Cronstadt
.y ,. I b you .ti; s i fares thesc'snay'atj.chs properly; Boath; whie\ will Ildup'ourithnt qi'of ,just rights to: fault i Is that has not
pur participate in the of her t
: turn oat the children to bunt to the Executive own people, Mississippi andoitlaw1hIfoUos'the
.
taken the
'om Deparlment Lam prepared .)ufucturesncmsea4deloperaElCOaT5C3QflrCCr1prOTthe.valueof. settlement'of'OaUfomia-Rdisiuembrwj been and tha| most splendid
field and all tbat ba '
overhrf pfclT
Great'excitement ftfsts' ; "' can I to' assumiHhenv feel no hes&uum j a slave State under a'threat of coercion : examploi TAt fleet tver Peqt toptoineshome ,without
by
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yejr\Yorkoiring Iohca found( bnf/lftiicr: create, then put 11ninds in declaring that;;In my judgment no State 1 1'I eur lands, flU up ourforestifcrttlTan Indus F ederatarms-U tingled out iron.the great event,-the:field (operation'the,i banks' a yiptory t-ltlouLtrophi without having'
te P1tou.dp and overcome'them will ,
pearaiicd': iUra&Tf.dJ" System Mv6rthy of. the name.)rbicl1 hlov av.d'fcftppy popaUtkm"an'dIinak 'ti& b ass of"this ,Statev will be circumscribed ,'andbanking
tpopeLthecQnt4ollingpnoperty ,
or.)W3 1b In bcponiBg. thus early in d'I fails connect. Fernandini" advanced the war with Its officers sick of
.ag or'some other tr t; d'prwperonr. ; of
mmonwealt the
: ; its diverted -
i : Southandd5nLUthOJrivflCof ,:!having. ,bnsi&cal from
can deposit equallyiacce *ibl9"polot'1 ; neari at fceftg-cheated x> Lie-tmetber
:" 1 ItOJ'i i thy tei on. oaf- Atlantic Xo my mjndt the path oraut fJ"P1fit4 'converUog W1nt : *
w -.a.seAtcpnj: j' : using other steps', :cotti*,!$ E"np*J* r Jo faSouth, and t 'A Toad from .F rnandInao'Tnpa' j&grj;' Colnm1aim4'Iqtbosasurrenderj'| ; iMsechannelawilLretain'In'thlaState&ter, were ?stimulated seek, and Its 'seamendisappointed'

mrewa of prize wharf i r the. at Ujrana( [generally so.thnqn4 be \is that theirravages 'Pensacola Bayjn.the"West Tnes twd, at and.from a','cnvenhentr5jnai-! $$ what.did.wg receljif 3tf:were toU that a" abundance-of;ot ,Qp lJ. Aaa,, and"angry at haylas.'bee allowed ,

capital fv'". I ,1 trifling -certainly great main trunks wonld l ,form.fhe.bais: ofa ti9n'' in C 1Qtt iA".eoQnt1tt, "P .*.-I we,were compensated by"a dearpanc 4}deci present remedy. thus-employing-the,
no
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I COMMERCIAL' RECORD. i iI New: Goods Sfew Goods if! WINTER hAIL ARRM4GIdIIENSliO1tThlER4' I CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA.- --FIRE FIREIII .IIdTa. .- .f -

I MAIL vrt.Savannah Charleston :
SATAXMH Dee. I. *r F. S. MAIL STEAMER 1 SUBSCRIBER'S OLD ..sfjfi t. I
at 9 O'clock : _
I closes P.Mondays 4 Thursdays -v STAND having been destroyed !-:
The Farannali Georgian of the 1st says in regard -. AMBLER & HOEG SOUTHERN MAIL&** at 10 o'.A.M, CAROLINA AND) FLORID. by Ire, be baa reaored to 142 entirefy leet.iD<-**. iyA'riTgMt.

to Sea Iriand Cotton transactions are limited, on Sundays seal Wednesdays. I I.WESTFRN coiner vt Went worth, the stand formerly ervpiediy KWICLfMaS.vsowamiI -.

alee reported ranging from 20 to 30c Receipts Hare just received their Fall gnpplj of Merchandize; ofSffOEf W MAIL.doses* at 3 o'clock, P.lI. : Tn.ofcn"ro TAHTKA ra 24 TO 30 HOCXS. W.GAYER, where he continue his boaine pectfaHy tafomth.tnhahito CJsoarill

0 Saadays anal 'THE CAROLINA win leave CHARLESTON lash! rU branches. He bacon hand Urge asmrt- and lt.rieiaity.that they liHi*iUxalnf C

last week 24S bales, Exports 53 bales,'Stock on tint F1HJ1MQM ARRIVAL Saturday 3 P.M. Returning,will lear* aunt of ant rises VEHICLES of all detrriftion*, SCHOOL the U September,tar the iMCffctJMof _
hand 643 bales, the demand it confined to better NORTHERN MAIL ormej Sundays ad TTednesdrjr every PALATKA .3fonda 7 A.II. PICOLATA some choice FAMILY CARRIAGES toaim.rrescly VIL5naall.th.btisS.PEnglish ,

grades while those are held back for better prices. CORY, FLOUR, BACOX; PORK. hAMS; BUTTER. LARD cfC. T*CL: *, and wit be di stril> totl la shoot one hour 10 A. M,sad every JACKSONVILLE!. ,3 A,M. fw his Cmmlry Customer,all of which N CdntathsLaiaatal .
With a fan supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. an.the arrival of the msiLjtemiiaL_ tIE rLOErDA-wtn leave CHARLESTON win SELL,CHEAP FOR CASH or City aercp.tance Tennsfri$400loS300peQWt4W tbss- \
Dec.34-296 baits of Cotton changed hands this erery -
SOUTHERN MAIL &rdne' oo Monday amiThtraday CIL\PIN. ;
LEONARD branch ,1rL'
day at abomt previous prices L e. from 6 to 9 d. Dry Goods nights, and will b*ready let delivery at PALATLA Tuesday,,8o't'leck.at 3 P.M.A.M.Retvrnbig BLACK, win CREEK tear, I.4r OrJuFt1,...df4iLVIIllJ. I#. Young todie. fro the eOIaVYpSPI14' .-

Dee. 4. ece hours! on the morniag ensuing. Charteet'. Noy.I8-6. at th beice tntfy : \
Ud
CHJLKLCSTOS, WESTERN MAIL arrives and 3 P.M, ano I JACKSONVILLE Friday, 3 A.M c. b*aceomiM with howd. *

With a dcrre e-l market .and Jrooping prices, Of PRINTS a large and wcll""ssorted stock Friday mornings at 3.Vlock and Tuesday will bo ready< These Steamers connect with all the fatten S. & E. M. Gilbert ocmpied by Mr. C. .
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Stages of East FforUt, and connect both way To the Old Settlers *f VlwUaTCLIUS >
iart amounted to 1330 fur at offic hours thereafter._
Saturday delivery
the sales on ,
: with the New York Carolina lUBrotti MANUFACTURERS an.) DEA-
Ginghams Steamships
Linens Donn '
bales prices ranging from 7 to 9 1-4 c. the balk of Sheeting, tRibbons, ,OFFICE nouns. and Wilmington Boats. t LEES all deseriptictts of CAR E. EflEhtjetbshroealUM

the sales beIng at 7 3-4 e. a 8 19.Exprl I DeLam, Shirting, Crash, Taffetas From 8 t-%A. L wmtill P.1f. anll trom. 2 1.2 Passage front Charleston to Jacksonville,93 1 from RUG&?,sit No.33 awl 40 Went- ,J wilt atten.1 Office and promptly PeJllioa to an 05 elahm<* Wagbigts awWr tN, Tterb D.Cl, _
P..1mti16 P.JL
Alpacas .. Piootota and PaUtka, 4)llhFunfuxtberpertieularapplyto worth Street and No.7 7jnw Sire,Choriratoa. cia Armed Act ot 1S42 ao4 UK8.''J'
Osnaburgs NOT. 135-1' Oecopatioir
Florence Silks JacksonviE. I
Hosiery
t Our Stock fa aa extentiv one, and purehasers sow who were settlen under lh nU Ad.T'1SCV
of Cotton. Cashmeres Dress J.W.CALDWELL Charleston are respectfully requested to call oo u, as we can
Trimming.Handkerchiefs Collars with the reqatnmiSt4Th5"
Lady's In the Circuit Court oftbe Eastern Clr- BELLECUASSC offer inducements in and and and having cmnrKed .
A FINEGAN great style prim;
PATENTS for Ibeis land*
cult of Florida. of have not revived the
STATEMENT OT COTTON shipped by Bonnet Blankets &c. & .. article at otUUIahment .
Jacksonville any height our are warranted wksrrir
atteD1M4
In Qancerg.Befreen.Mosytwia e n have tbero obtained r to Vrjft* .: .
.
R. R. Palatka In July 8-tf .
November P.EID.
A dale, from Palatka between very rxrpect. r. Afro Iaima prarcemtod I* PENSIOS3
IL GOCKI.T, Complainant, > Bill for
30th and December 7th. CLOTHIMG. VIBCLTU GODDIX, Defendant. J Divorce. Faro n.cc1.uccd. BOUNTY L' DSCiUPT.nA .r4Y.&c.' :
Cari & llanicss '
72 bales S. I A Lao nesortment of'VF.T'. fine COAT of complainant filed In this igu Depository.AT 4 im the mod rwsoaabU terms t
Per steamer Florida* to Charleston BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and SACKSTEES, OVER.COATS BILL being case, Cabin Passage from Charleston toteic ,

U Carolina M 15 II It. SHIRTS, INDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, .. it appearing to the satisfaction of the York 'Dollars. THE UTITTE.hOrSE, .oru.xc" :
M $Johns Savannah J.I.II" Court that the said defendant resides without the Tvenly lye.stI, South-W r.rt corner of Hon. LEWIS Ciia. U tf.fitaato -
Wf aBtJJA State of Florid United States 311 Line MEETING and-WESTWOB.TH STREETS M J AXE Coerce- ** .
STATEMENT OF COTTON shipped during the On motion of George W.Call Solicitor fur Complaina&t CJtarlt tm S. C. M JOllY Wttnojr, Covna'r Qeal Land OCU*.'*
Jacksonville. TUBS, Ce.lar and painted BUCKETS. MEASURES, EELEr.. covered FLOUR and SUGARBOXES' it to NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON Pod
week from CARRIAGES of at the lowest Address PtM.
AXE HELVES, WASH BOARDS, MARKET BASKETS, Ae. .. of STEAM PACKETS every description, .
Ordered That a heariig: the fact charged inlaid JILTCS'E MEIERK
Per steamer CArotna to Charleston, 4 bales S. I. prices always OD hand and no article sold except
Bill of Complaint be had at a term of this SEMIli inch be warranted ia the fullest oct lS-4e WMfi, A CA
> )
WEEKi.r. term
norida, 2" :aa tJ & ida t ( as can by
Jacksonville
Court, to be holden at in the county "Two July 8-tf M. IL NATHAN.NEUFFEli. -
II Wclaka to Savannah 13" of Dnval on the first Monday of February next, NASHVILLE, t<> man, Coin'r.MARION C. D. Oak

Seminole :u.e. A Urge and complete assortment of all kinds. and that said Defendant da appear and plead, an- 1200 tons-W*.J. FOSTER HENDRIX Co_ 3ockMnf'lUI.,' i {

nrer or demur to said Bill of Complaint,on or before JAMES ADGER, 1200 tons-S.C. Tents COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS
11
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St Johns .
m WHam _hand .ftna orUp
KEEPS a
said day or decree will thereupon pas in the for tho sale of C5L.- coortanJly
SOUTHERNER, 1000 tons, T.D. EWA, \meat of WATCHES,JEWELET and FAN. 1
came manner ai if the sai{ Defendant has appeared Floor Grain and Produce Generally, .
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BRUSHES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, COLOGNES, 1C., &C. and was present in Court Leave Adder's Wharves every Wednesday and nly3| Charlatan &.C. tl *fcCT GOODS which he offer I asic sheep I

Arrivals at the Hotels. : : : : It farther OrdertiL That a copy of the Saturday afternoons after the arrival the ears for cash. *.-..-, -Srifches

-iUFFlXGTOX lOUSE. I U..ffKEllL: : above Order be published in tome public newipa- (rum the South and YV *t. THE PAVILION HOTEL, fjy; RepairtJ aad WarmUdVim. \

The largest assortment that has been offered in this market consisting common ware, white per, published in the Stile for the space of three These steanfibips were bout expressly for the 1 ,l/a.Wut corner Mtttin AU.-. .
\V R Pierce Boston S months before the Line, and for safety, eomfort and speed are vnrivalled Grotbe "
December 2d-Cart. ; Granite Mnlbery and Marble setts, Rlasiware Preserve and Fruit Dishes, all styles and qualities of day appointed for laid bearing. on the eoat CIthZLESTOt, S. C. ,

Bryant Fla; L C Clark Sar. II. Sadler, Flit; I TuiaUorf, Goblets, Wino Glasses,Fluid and Oil Lamps,Candlesticks,Lanterns,Jugs,Jan,Spittoons Judge of the Circuit MTM.-A.Court of FORWARD the Eastern, Tables supplied with every luxury. Attentiveand The nnderagnad begs respectfully to inform his JEWELRY '
J G Dell Fla J J numerous friends and the traveling public 'W\TCn.I.\KEIf' CseJ'.d-eFcs.) i
L1eutGI1ilmeaISbT. j ,I HARDWARE.Selected oct 14-3m Circuit of Floridv courteous commander will insure travellers generally .
Nashville J Beard Tallahassee; by this line possible comfort and accommo that, notwithstanding the recent tire at the frbegi Easepe-ame I
Payne t Lady, ; expressly to wpplj the peculiar demands of this market: goods for building and Mill Administrator's Notice. dation. every rear r-f, his premise, he u, as usual prepared to ?: leave to efi>, hIs s. rtce* to_oIok

Rer.M Miller, :. An nst'inc; Hon. D L Ynlee do; I purposes, Carpenters' tools Ac, months after date I will accounts For freight or passage, baring elegant stateroom offer the best accommodations to all who may favor friends and the public grpertityt With a$ I

Dec. 3d-A Hover N Y; J J Small(rood, Char ; WINES & LIQUORS. SIX voucher to the ,lion. A.present X. Carton my Judge accommodations, apply to him with their patronage the home and furniture experience for the lost twentj-alx y an, U a-

TL Jacobs, Penn ; F. II>pkins' Ha ; J. Harknessdo of Probates in and for Alochna County and ask to I HENRY M1SROOF, Charleston S.C. having been thoroughly cleaned and renovate! Watchmaker, he- hopes to give entire aatisfisrtino.
''FIXE OLD BRANDY, HOLLAND GIN and BOURBON WHISKEY, bottled. in c .-b. O.I lie, also, returns his;sincere thanks far the liberal to thoM who wish to have their w rk doo fas apjT
Cabin
; B Mathcws, do ; P Masters do ; J D Smith, ALE, PORTER, CIIAMPAIGNE CIEDR, Ac, &. be dwcharged from the farther administration of r passage, support he hag received, and pledges himself to W0T'4maalike lD&llDer. .
E L Holmes Chicago M H Rol!taon, THE SUBSCRIBERS be found for the in the erected for the Estate of William S. Standley, late of said I Steerage - 8Nov. at-
Boeton ; ; ; may present new building temporary spare no expense or exertions to deserve a eonturaane WatcheP,Clock, and Jewelry feeIr4

Phil; B Mitchell Baltimore; J Rogers, Albany; I use on the site of the old stand destroyed by fire. They hope to open the year 1333 iu the large and I. county deceased..THOS.. J. PREVATT Admr. 13-ly .of the patronage that has been so largely extended the shorteat notice.. .JV7.ur
elegant store,corner Ocean and Bay streets, which is now in course of erection. dee 2-tf towards him.
L Reed Baftilo; Carter; Detroit I Jan I4-Cm /WM. S, STANDLEY, De*' United States Mail Line. NOT. 13 5 1L L, ErrrEEFIELD. Slastac Scaool*'
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Doc.4tb-.1' Bruward Flit; M. Alexander, do; Newnansville, Jan. 4th 1S51.Aim.lnliirator' TrItE wm1.nLicd woaVl iafora the ladiM ot '

U "vIlA Tl lah oee. EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS. I GALPIN HOUSE nfI"EE. Wholesale Tin-Ware Factory. L Jadtsonnlte that he WD'.teacb .
Xotlce.
Dee.5th-F Turret N Y; J. Uavannangh do; I \T7XLCII 1 GRIFFITHS Extra t.noCast Steel G. M. GALPIN PROPRIETOR NEW YORK AND SAVANNAH.f G. H. VEP.ONEE & BUG. singing. AU these who are dechwuof beeomiagp
\V Circular: Saws of every size, including persons indebted to the Estate of Miss Eli- pits wUl please gire mi n'eeby W fedneadajaeVtISth
U.Daf, Boeton.Dee. Saws far the Portable SAW MilLs% from 42 to 84 Middlelurg, Fla, ALL Don late of Jacksonville, Venal N and after March ISth, the new and splendid Wholesale Dealers in hut.TeruM.

6lh-B Maxwell Chas; Gco. Pnpor,1 Phil; inches in diameter-together with Gong, Muley county Fla, deceased- are hereby requested to side-wheel steamihips I PLATS AND JAPANED TIX WARE, -Twenty-two lessons 93-

Thomas Vance, Marys ; Stcj.h Owens Cha. 1 Mill, Crosn Catt, Pitt, and other kind*. I THIRTEEN MILES FROM TIlE ST.JOHNS. BITER,, make immediate payment to the undersigned; and FLORIDA, 1300 tons-Capt M. S."WoErartL.. TAKE this method of informing their friend ectld-tf_.A.0CI1t"s.
These celebrated Saws have been in extensive situated near all demands said J. and that have mad -_-
i i persons having against estate are ALABAMA 1300 tons-Capt G. RSCHEXK.. customers they recently
B Mclnto, S C; J Sullivan XC; M B Bre- !: use, at the North West the last twenty-five lean, BLACK CREEK. ,I required to present them duly sworn, within the large additions to their machinery and are now Dr.Nardln s Dlarrhxca Cordial.*

ward S C; O S C..nLue, Fla; R E Lawrincc, Bue; and ara considered by competent Judges the best i THE HOUSE is a very commodious one. i I time required by law; otherwise this notice will AUGUSTA, 1500 ton. T. LTOIS.KNOXVILLE.1300 prepared to execute all orders in the above line 'VTI Cordial aa unfailing remedy far' Dar1

S P McDonnell Ha; J Mole- I node.Manufactured. i can accommodate forty or fifty: be plead in bar II. II. HOEG, tons-Capt C. D. LCDLOW. with neatness and dispatch. Oar Wares are all JL rhmo in all Us stages, and wiU nstor &M

Dee.7th-S Bryan Fin; B. WHson, Jo; Capt. by them, and for sale at their | persons. It ia located on a HilL The Creel; i I oct 11-GiH Administrator. Will 'leave New York and Savannah every warranted nut to leak aod to be of the best work- system to health when all other moans fell, nit&I I

f warehouse-No 4 Cliff!t., abounL4 with FI.H, and the surrounding countrj WEDNESDAY AXD SATURDAY.These ma hip. ble for to*worst cane in children as wall.adult ,i
Faster Button A. Romain Jo;D Elldria. do; Wm. "REFERENCE. : teem with (IAMK afi'l'1linll great attraction t<; j NOTICE is hereby given that six weeks after ships are among the largest on the coast Terms mode accommodating, and Country orders To bo Lad at Apothecary Han JacksaaviO :

Lane Fla. I. R. Findlay Findlays Inm works Mann Gen, SPORTSMEN. I apply to the proper office in Washington nranrpaaseu in speed, safety or comfort-matin- promptly attended to E.F. 00L -&

Dee.Stlt-JF CoF.icr, N Y; J BeJtll N Y where Saws for the Portable Mills can be obtained. j No pains will bo spared to render those who fa, City D. C, fur the renewal of my Bounty their passages in 50 '.j 60 houc, and are commanded AU Country Roofing and Guttering done with
Fairbanks A Co., Jacksonville, Flo. *vor him with a call comfortable and I Land Warrant No. 39,606 for ((30)) eighty Acres. 'I by skillful careful and polite oGcers. They dii- i Hair Tonic.mflIShTAhItTONICaapecsede..
Col John S Samcrsmj, rIa.JeUSoS I Abert Love joy, Agt. Union Mills, Daricn Ceo., ) and CARRIAGES will be happy.HORSES in readincs:I I I issued in my fever the 10th of June,1352, and sent :!1 offer a inert desirable conveyance to New Yerk. 63 STATE STREET,near the Market aaythlf of th* .

HOUSE. I Bradley (me, Savannah to com Travellers in !tiiorJiov253ntI'IasterlnI'laln [ to Wm. IL Hamilton ns my Agent, which wArrant Cabin pas'a e, - 25. nov. 19-6m Charlatan S. C. 1. kind now in use, foe preventing th*lUir W-
II. Mitihel. :eL i either through the negligence or vQlanny said hug seal invigorating the vamsha
Dee.3.1-J G S-inders, Boston L B Amcrman i Steerage - 9.PADELFORD IDa capillary
; Mvmtgoniery Iron Works Montgomery Al.xj I i and Oruameutal ; Hamilton his been lost to me, as I have never recover passage FAY CO }1. A. Cohen & Cohen .qd clearing the akin from dandiCPrmrd only ,

\ Pta J L Coleman AcgusU;W II RLh, do. j I Dec.9-3m. Bricklaying, &c. said warrant, nor hav I ever transferee or'' in Savannah., Importer and Dealers ill by. T. MtMILLAHC.. :

Dec 4th-T 0 Uoiule, Fla; Lent Geo Hulmcs, I Tilt n1-iwiber desires again to oflcr his servlJL disposed of the some to any person who1.aoever.J.UIESL SAMUEL Agents L.MITCHELL.nov FOREIGN AND : QXESTIC Oct. 14-3t Apothecary Pan Jacksonville K. V ,

C S N Rer A W Spruull, Phil; B \ Putnam St i csst ental XoUre.I t3'* cei to his old friend an.1 the public, in the COOPER. 13 New York.
; Broadway,
T C IIa4ais N Y. I\ fipmW.BOSTWICK would re T>ectfnlry i i performance bf 1'Iiin an.! Ornamental Plastering f yassan county E.F.,Aog. 2oth 1854-3cp23-6m 13-ly Dry Gooc1.s, : S. N. William, 1

Anguetin; I nforni the citizens Jacksonville and its vicinity -], UmkLiying, Man<>nry, .. lIe will contract f-a. Administrator's Xotlce. PERMANENT STEAM SIIIP LIXI4JITWF.F.S Ao.175 East-Bay. Charleston S. C. COMMISSION MFRC1LLJagtItoaztiUe \*. :
J II Footer 1 FU II.1'r.
bee.5th- Lady, ; oflice in the Dagncrian
that having: ('peDe.laD brick-work an.1 plastering np
pin X Y ; E Mfficr A Lady, Flit; W Stephens, I 1' Gallery, on Forcyth street will attend to all bran1 I I rea.'!)no<>le terms, and pledges himself use de*, ;I SIX MONTHS from',,date hereof I will apply to Nathan 't. Cohen. I I Lcoputl Cohen. JTaL ,
of } L.'Iolo Alachua E.
Judge of U rnastantly onbaudam4h-iaI$ a
Savannah Junes Turner Michigan -1 chi of DENTIsTRV", in the most approved and patch in the execution of all work entrusted to hi I county New Port and St. MarksTO julyS EEEP5 jen--
do
; Walbridge, ; 1 careful !I Fla., for a Gnu discharge from the further administration erat assortment of

J T HewesNYMr. 31 BUtten & Lady .manner. without care. ; of the Fatate of Thomas W. Pylc, deced.SAM'L Fraser & Thompson GROCERIES. PROVISIONS ,
; : t;& Nerves of aching teeth destroyed He hirdly thinks it necessary to give those U ,
Vt; HP Vourhcs. NY; Mrs ilk, A Daughter, 1 pain. dec2-2m whom he u Vn-jim any assurance aa to the quality ; R. PYLES, NEW ORLEANS, FACTORS AND oftht best selections, ,
of his in that he has heretofore., I August 25,1334. (epD-Cra) Administrator. and win ten then lower Sat CASU thaa they can
do; J W Gilbert do ; ML-, J Mygitt ala; MJS E ; ---Go-t Groceries work as respect I ALSO COMMISSION MERCHANTS
be bought elsewhere in the SovlhbCorotry _
do 11 Morgan & Ladr, d<; MI'S Kate given to his patrons the rnooet perfect satisfactionHe i is hereby given that application will BETWEEN SAME PLACES AND \
Nygatt, ; rpHE PnbsriVr successor, to J. B. howell on respectfully solicits a renewal the natrmage ..1 NOTICE Adder's AortA llTuirf produce taken ia 'exchange ai. lehetalpricea.
Morgan, do; S FdirUoLs, lit; J W Thjiaas, N _L HowelL" corner, has on hand a full a! ort- of hw fellow-citiiena. JOHN IV1IRS. j' to the noxt General Assembly of t KEY WEST. Charleston, S. C.r1tlt1C jaly 8-ly
the State of amendment
fur of the
1 an
,
Florj.li
Groceries which he will sell low '
ment nf family .
( THOVrSO
Y. I Nov IlGm.JOSC1)1l E. riLUER PAt'LS.
_________ j for :. I! Charter incorporating tho Town of. Jatksoniille.TVr *KS* The regular tIeS steamship PAMPEfMWlt J. 31cRobert Baker

Steamers.Steamer -- ; lie his on hand at all times an n, rtment tS AVlrilden I auglD-3in _1 110. Eldn.lge master, will ply pertnanently Copartnership Notice. ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLICtTOR IK- \ I

Consignees per good liqnors, which will be gold at tho lowest ca h I OTIC li-APPLICATION will be made to between above places and New Orleans. I n undersigned have th'w day formed a Co '

----. --- -- prices. Customers will always meet with an accommodating dealer in i. v the nest General Assembly for a Charter touching ApalathicolA and .( ', sailing: JL partnership under the firm \I\fB1EJIIEJI CHANCERY, NOTART Pvc;/ IUD

Carolina from Charle! Uln. Dec. :3d.- I ; gentleman in the person of Mr. GUFF, Paints Oils and Glass,I j authorizing the construction of a Railroad fromi I regularly hereafter on tho 12th aDoI 27th of each O'lLuu, and will continue tho Wholesale and I )

who ha' charge of the ertabli.hmentdee. Cedar to the State line in the direction month from this port, and on 7th awl 22d of each Retail .
W.r Ha lnclLT McMillan, L Wile-ox B D lUn No. 11 HAYNE-STREET, Key Georgia Commissioner for the JtlantZc am? Gulf
: 2-6ui JXO W. PRICE. month from New Orleans.
i of 31-wun<;60. 19-3m returning CLOTHING $ TAILORING BUSINESS.
ham, Jodson Hotel, S. BuSington, J S Towncend Charleston, S. C- ang I I The steamer JASPER Sawyer, Mister, will] at the corner ot East Bay and Qoeaa streets.CharUttfm States, .

Miller I -Cuea. J Todward, Dr A W Knight, Groceries &r. KEEP? con taatly for sale,a gt'DenllWOrtmeDt: I Guardian's Notice. rim, in connection with the Pampero, to Key S. C. ang5-Iy
THE snoscriVr, having purchased the stock of PAINTS and OILS of all kind", VARN. is hereby given,that thirty days from West (touching at Cc tar Keys and Tmp- ,).a- WM. MATTHIESSEN
M Kiel J K Harrison & Co, J G Putnam: W ABeaufurd NOTIce ,
of Mr. S. N. Williams, respectfully IHIF.5VISI OW GLASS and SAShES SITS.. j ltQaecll Mcintosh -
'i I shall apply to the Hon. Felix king freight anl: passengers from Pampero in 1 '34. WiL O'HARA. ,.,
S Bluckwood, J W Coper, J 11 Colman tuliciu the patronage of the public. lIe will always I TURPENTINE SPIRIT GAS, COTTON FOOT. Livingston, Ju'Ige of Probates of Dnval County, Spanish Hule (accessible anchorage in the St. t Jnlr' Mmnfartttrintf, Eftablbtlnunt, 36 Pratt ATTORNEY AT LAW

J 'G Dell, H D HuHviL( G C (;:bIia., B Wilson, IISolee : keep on ban a full supply and fresh Stotkof I filN FIXTURES; GLUE and BRUSHES of various ., jl i for leave to sell Lot nnml
M Ledwith J L'Engle. !I;I FAJJILyaR"t.ERTES, Stock kinds. [nov 23-1 y I ten, in the town of Jacksonville belonging it Elizi I Both steamers hate fins occoaimo.UtMjn-, tint! : J.3bTT tasU. (angS-2&n>-2n
hkh he will sell on reasonable term My Jones an OfJbJU1l1onol minor the santa t>> be sold aflor the travelling pnblij both convenience an>! B. 31.
Steamer Florid-, Itectmber 6th from Charleston -, win I* constantly rcjlenibhed by new arrivals NOTICE. I fur the benefit uf said minor. expedition.For I White Lead White LeadS Pearson, t

-J" VTooIw-ird Steamer CoL Myem, T ll rtridge fr-m the North.Du ? FUR WEEKS from dale I will apply to the, J. D. HOWELL. further particulars an-l arrangements fir 1 0000 Keg, pure White Leal at 8 cents per lb. ATTORNEY AT L.t\'.: I

,J H Chess A M Reed, Jlouucy Gookin _.-..-3m. JOHN S.TOWX' EXJ-- .! bf Probate\Iat.boaeounty,Florida,I I ang -lm GitardUn.Notlre. conveyance of Negroes U.rae* and such like, in- # 2000KegsNo.lde do at 7 cents per Ih. .Jack.'ontrnai;Fin i

Miller A McCuen E It I res, M Ledwith, CjpUin I I The !)colc';Clothing; : for leave teach tho Roal Estate of James Brewer,. qnireof DANIEL LADD, The above forms a baMitifuI brilliant white snper 'I
: deceL o.L JESSE BREWER New Pert O.:tuber 30. 1351-ly. A-tnt. ior tirany now in nse. For sole by Felix: Livingston : -\
Brock S P Sanderson, 31 del U. TLaaaa*, J L, AlilDi Nov. 25, 1534-4 AdmiuLftrator.Copartnership A PPLIC.VTION will be made to the next Oen- JOHN CO3DIINSole.tgeet. ,

Engle. i i DRY GOODS STORE. I XX era! Auembly for amendments to the Char- STH.1M COM.MUMCATIOV, 274 King Street CAro/eston, S. C.rv' I ATrORNEY&CO CELtOR AT LAW.. I
I Notice. tcrof the Florida Railroad Company [jnly29-3m BET.EES" Jadaoavillc, E. F, I
If in this Lead
December case ) nnitirf.ystory
Steamer TTeUka, from Savannah At the of the GIANTS RED CAP) any proves 4
fign !
I I ( ., ant! Florida it will be taken back and all TT71LL attend to any professional business *n- i
The undersigned have entered into a CC lrlr1cr.I Notlre.ALT. ISarannah expenses pak
3-i-Bubce 1. Canon, Ambler A hong, R Hog:ins, 31OI'E returns thanks to his friends and eiti- 'I JY touted to him La tip Coort*ef the Eastern f !,
I, J I ship for the Practice J D Previtt, J B SmUhson J Cl.1rkIIo1m ", i Tens of Jacksonville and snrronmling, country n.TIIEncW'. .. : elegant Notice.THE Circuit, and of the Snprrrae Coartaof TsTlihassm. :
( -
McrNTOsiv in
lUabim, Cul TTomiu, L D A merman, J Mode, I I for pa*{ favors bestowed* on him, and solicits a con- i FRANCIS I. WUEATON.JacksonvUle I! Land Warrant trading ,or No., or 11,839 any, way Liar 160 using acres, a f Bounty Ian 1, -ptacket ST.Savannah JOHNS, Capt. J ESFUEWIL' CO-P.1RTI\ER.SII1P,1ID'Ier the firm oX De has ala snub an advantageous connection with 1 J
Thursday .
wall leave
itnuance: of the same. As he has now entered into I I every ; TUNNO PICKNEY CO. U thu day diraolvL an aMe Lawyer at Washington City,as win*ns r* i
,
N.A. I issue to under Act of Conzres if ,
J L Dozier J II Buon, To-xnscrxL 19,1354Jf.APPLES me < September, at all
10 for
i with his brother in Savannah the I morning at o'clock 1'alatka touching a and collection
i ltI
opartncn-hip _____ 1830 on the IGthdiy of December, 1551, as sail The settlement of its affairs, by mutual prompt speedy of inch clauM aa.
Steamer Seinmule, Deccuber Cth from Savannah will be carried on more extensively,under the intermediate l>inU. be in his hal tim
Uiine AND POTATOES received agreement devolves on WILLIAM. TUXNO, I may rloeeJ against United]
jut
I on i Wamnt was last hIt out of my possession sometime t
this tradehas
-\ J Yonge, J K Harrison T :McMilUn S B the btjle and firm of : and will he sold ebon p. in the month January, 1532, @coin where I This large boat and has airy teen state-room buHt expressly accommodations for furpa.4gCDger ; to whom all persons having demands being indebted I States__ July I.

Thomas B. Ambler, M B Catlin A M Recd P B I ICanon. I A. & J._ MOPE, I nor -tf BURTON A GR.-\'.;. 1-etwcen Ja..k>onvillu and tLuk Creek, and I intent an 1 taking the inLand route presents are referred. Phillip Fpser. f'I
Retail ueaiersin ------- WILLIAM M. TUNNO. r
Gibbs.Marine Wholesale and 1--- :i rppljiisg to the Commissioner of Pensions fur invalids and others.
A A Can t' Mrs acuunnvnUtiuDH for
I II
I
1I superior
Clothing and Dry Goods, 1 T.TYC.EANA.-LUOIGIIT HOME TO TIlE a duplicate thereof. MARTIN ENNIS, This boot will leave Jacksonville, on her return R. Q. PINCKNEY, Ja. I ATTORNEY. AND COUXSELLW'J.tU1""
O DOOR OF.THE MILLION. Wondcrfu I 3It .. '
: 9-Cw Warrantee. Charleston. Anriut .TockmI:7i.BG. ,
.I all times and sept morning, at 3o'elock.Ftlr i
1 and onr friends will fin at a large to Savannah every Sunday
ha been mole Dr. Curtis 213
i Stock too numerous to mention. For : Discovery recently by further particulars inquire of Ca;>t Freeborn Set'L.t I attend to profiraional t-anfnci m. '
Intelligence. | complete of thu in the treatment of A th'-; montlu from date the WILL I
city, Consumption, undersigned
I ecl to hiq in the Courts of th
and reasonable prices please call anal convince S.IX on boar, <>r toCLAGIIOIIN i *Eactemj
quality > and all diseases of the Lnn Wo refer to "Dr. of the Estate of \ a.Jmin.1 The Subscriber. .
I'ort Jacksonville, Bay street,opposite CoL Samlaw' ma : Joseph A CLXXIXG .\3J, Savli. Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at T.tI. *.-*- ,
I on
I I yourselves where will find the same Giant's Red I Curtis' Vrgean ,or Inhaling; Hygeana Vapor an''! cease
ARRIVED.De. i, Lot, you Cherry yrup. With this new method Dr. C. bits i the lIon. Judge of Probate for Putnam County, -. I july3-tf EENET TEASDALE Palatka dertbe name of TCNNO PINCKNEY CO, an aid Lawyer at Washington City,a*wOI earn*

4-Brig Iia Williams, Searspcrt I CAp.TO TilE LADIES AND Gr -rLE3IES. I restored many aEitted ones to perfect health; as |: settlement and at the same time will ask to"be and tenders to his friends the renewal of hu ser a.prtm t and speedy eoCeetMQ( seh eUnM ay !
evidence of whkh he has innumerable certifi. inch administrator. rice.Y'II.LL.UI M. TUNSO
an discharged as L1.n.c. ,
44 W. WelU Boeton. I Oppos1t1.on. may b* placed in his hands agafecs th* t'ilte$5
Sehr.
Wellington Win be eold or given away, the entire Stock of cates. Speaking of the treatment a physician remarks -I fept.3O- MELTON HAYNES. Adm'r. VAUK'IXG TilE U. S, MAIL Sept \_213 State. .' Jal7008 t,(

& Brig Borneo, Rodgcrs, New York I I Dry Goods and Clothing.The I : It U evident, that inhaling-constantl ly Notice. F.TWEE _
ABBOTT 4 CO
GEO.
Suatinir J Johnson M breathing an agreeable, healing vapor the ireUi- Cflh but instalment of the Stock of the ,
and
1
!
pr .cnt occupants wlnh to dispose of their fn. cinal must in direct contact with TnE ., Fla. and Savannah Geo. Smith & Bradford
CLEARED. I for the Brick properties come i \ and Alligator Plank Rood Company X..9G Last-Hay, (apporile Boyce If Ctft Wharf)
tire r-tuck in order to be ready new and make the whole of the anal cavity of the lung, and thaiescape has been called for anal is payable at the office (Th.vietcallLtevay.) Charleston, S. C, ATTORNEY AT LAWsuit j\\

Dec- 4-Brig Chbnbnrazo, Brown, Maionzos. I I Store soon the to be erected stock wluek on Bay ti IM street Intend to bring I' the many and varied change produced upon of Treasurer on the firM ly of October next. Via Pleolata Black Creek, and Jackson-. Dealers inSPIRIT t.:,.
for
room new y when introduced into the and
them
a N Y. stomach 5Schr.apau Coffin of styles to invite annaiHe.I4.ryn G.\& A>'D C.UIPIJEXE, CHAHCB7
on, and in a further improvement .. subjected to the pnx-eas of digestion. The Hy- September 23,1854-. swick and Darieii Gco.fc .
4' .
4ioraad
6 Fchr. Elvira, IngoU-s, N. Y. I customers. I genus is for cole at all the druggist throughout with Lan1ps'ra'rerrkamptfcytimaine 2ewiustn'Wi,.
I
U 5 &r. Dctma Foster flarana.U I The liberal patronage J. M. has received daring the country. Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road TIlE Steampacket WELAKA, Atso '- -. _TTJLL att -promptly to aQ husMM*nfnsst4

Pchr. Pilot FLih Pierce, Bo ton. the time he has been in businoas in this city has fCctc Turk Dutchman of Jan. 14. Conipauy."JV70TICE .:J'_.:::.::._ Capt N. hive, leaves Palatta EiiglUh and American White Lead,Faints, to them.* -

U Baltimore. I:"d'Hi .ed him to dispose "f whatever he has on The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the lineD is hereby given that an application will every Monday morning at S o'clock. of kind Linseed anal Sperm ...WHIT.svrra, I a..wron.
6 8dr..1. MiKenzie, Drake at that cannot fail to produce a smile session the GeneralAssembly Arrives at Jacksonville same evening, and evcrv Office at Alligator. I Ofic at XwBaviOkFROST .
hand prices without the least inconvenience-the heat ol J.1 be made at the next of tc. tl .
; I chr. .Tor,1u Provi-Ience. i tX pleasure from his customers and thereby re- the body being sufficient to crap rate tho fulL of the State of }Florida for an amendment leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock touching at july 8_' Oil Gbis Putty, JnlyT-ly

Dec. 2-Brig Marccllns, Norton, 5>. Y. I eiprm-ate the favors of the public. lie bits determined Hundred CASES of CURES like the following of the Charter of the above named Compa tho intennedLvte places above CONVICT JENNINGS i Co..
that the most fastidious shall not leave him might be named. One Package of Hygeana ny. july 2931nJ Through fare from Palatka Picolata and Black SADLER CO.\CIIIJARDWAnEdot., & BOULTER, .
i with dissatisfaction in regard to their bargains.Call Creek -. 300
has cured zoo of the ASTHMA of six years stand No. 165 Meeting Street General Commission Merchants
DIn OB the 7th instant, at 2 o'clock A. M, at 1 one and. all! We are anxious wait upon ing. I J NEW AND CHOICE GBOCERLES. Through fare from Jacksonville.600 CFssriastonW.MATTIIIESSEX .

St Johns Mill near Jacksonville, after a lung and and serve you. head read!! read! !.' F. Ktubtrry, P.: AT. of Duneannon.Pa, I undersigned hare just received an Through tickets are famished from Jacksonville julyB j 101 State ireetBcwot1Tau. '..fWILL
I A. MODE A BRO-, Jacksonville, I l of the ASTHMA 10 standing TIlE to Charleston for -800 A O'HARA,
am cnre< year Stock of PROVISIONS pay strict and pmopt attentiim alms
which ch. bore with Christian fortitod new
severe kkoest, and next door to "Morning News" office Dr.Curtis' JIrgeana.Margaret t fr The WCLAKA connects with on*of the
by WhOLESALE C1.0TIIIXQ HOUSE LUMBER. TIMBER COTTON ,cod,
., Mrs. MARGARET G.umU"j ofTBOXA dee 2 -tl Bay street, Savannah. Eatm Brouityn,N. T any chowc FAMILY GROCERIES, comprising New York and Philadelphia Steamships from Ss JT* 143 East Bay corner Queen ether Southern Produce. _

GABD: EB, a native of Oehiltree! Ainhirei I Mrs. Pan of No. 5 Mammond ft, N, Y. was tho following! articles: rannah every We lnel T.f July 8 dutrteton, .!... tf ed 7--tf B. n.:.-

32 I Notice. cured of a severe case of Broncbotu by the Hygcano. Honu Beans. Coffee R. K. DUKE Palatka.WESTS. .
Scotland
agtj years.A A LL PERSONS indebted to the ErtateofMichJCX Bacon Sides Core Starch blue 1 white, .} BISBEE A CANOVA, Jacksonville. WAKDLAW, WALKER & BURNSIDE A Sure Remedy.If ,

aol Hearn, sen, deceased are hereby notified My sister has been cure-I of a DISTRESSING u Shoulders, }Flour Soap uly8-tf| ( S. M. LAFFITEAU. SaV3.n1 Cotton Factors and yon are troubled with a Cold fVsTTi.nnsa*.,

Card. I to some forward and make immediate payment COrGI of several years standing, and decided to Mess Pork, Meal Pepper, FOR ENTERPRISE COM31ISSIOX MERCHANTS, less, Bronchitis,or any affection of the Lung *r
Those having tUinu against said K.tat to be inrnrcable by her Physicians. She WM CURED PaltonMarketFlonr,Butter, Spices, North Atlantic Wharf Throat,yoa an advbed to mat trial cC STA-i
THE vndmigned rctcrn their most grateful present them within tho time prescribed by law, in ONE MONTH by tho Hygeana. Mackerel Cheese, Ginger, Anil till the intermediate Landings on the ny8| Chartttto*. S.C. tffi BLER'3 ANODYXE CHERRY EXPECTOBAUT

u to UK members of the Fire Companies, or they will be barred. J. II. Gaubert, P. AT. H'uhmand J[. Irish Potatoes, Lard, Nntsaeg ST. JOhNS RIVER.THE which is really wlpt professes to. b* "gwtl

and to the citizen generally fur their prompt andiMaiat dcc2-2m JAMES E IIEARX, Executor. I Price three Dollars a P.aeka .-Sold by CURTIS Pilot Bread, Onions, Clove, SUamcr Darlington ENUINE LONDON DOCK PORT WINE; medicine. Hit wen not nth,it would not hvo-

aid at the fire on Sunday lastD A PERKINS .t BOYD A PAUL No. 149 Sugar Crackers Grits Cinamon w-r-_ \J U MADERIA WINE received the decided and warm apraral of stun ef
---- : J. Brock will leave Jaekson-
e. i, 185-1. STEPHENS A FOSTER. Chambers st, N. Y.-1 Packages sent free by express nolter" Teas Toilet Soap CarL II FRENCH BRANDY, the most calebrated mUHigent and high-sund

-- -- -- Dr. A. Uphams to any part of the t"oitedStatel for Ten*Dolls. Water" Sugar, Confectionary. dUo every Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, arriving Expressly for medical purposes, at physicians b the country, who hav* bes *a4i.

)aster Iu Chancery Sale. VEGETABLE ELECTUARY, N. B.-Dr. Gartu Ilyge&na U the ORIGINAL Soda at Palatka same day,-ha leaving connection Palatka with at the 5 llep 2-3t APOTHECARY nA LL. SqiDte4 whit the re Mrwhkh is it .

a CERTAIN CURB FOR PILES, either internal and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE, all others are IIFRITTS.. o'clock Monday Morning POI ', and who say,that MTt win effect mare
II. 1V. KIXS3IAX
BY rirt" ef a decree of the Circuit Court, for A or external and all affections of the buG immitations or vile and INJURIOUS coon.terfeita. steamers Carolina and ll'elakz. Returning will ,, -tfamaoy orth tnu&croos prrparatiaM'wttli
Eastern Circuit of Florida bevel eoanty Co GREEN AND DRIED. leave Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tuesday memmg, 117 JToi.? Strttt which the country k iqundated.' Aa .
Liver Dypcpsia, Shan them as would POISON. array*f-
foe complaints
Bowels you. ,
M a sense wherein Boston t Gonby are eompLun- tirenesj,-BiUoarocss iapnretws ot the Blond,affections For sale by- Apples, Oranges, llanan, PUntans, Nuts of all md Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning.,and has In store an Immense stock of testimony, such as eon.beshownia favor of Stahtti'c.

acts, and Stephen D. Fernandez U defendant I I ,of the Lungs and many other dhsseici, : MILLER McCTEN, Bay st,-. 23.lusolyent a kind*, Ac. 4. arrive at Jacksonville same day? WINDOW SHADES such to inodyno Cherry Expectorant, and STAJ"IARRH .
A.M. which h b DOW affering at prices a*
REED present
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win expose far sale, before the Cued lions door, t enumerated in the directions. WINES AND LIQUORSof ) (.A CORDIALf could never hoed pied.
particularly inducements
ia the town .f Jacksonville en Monday, the Lit more Prepared and sold by the original proprietor at Notice.riATALINA all kinds Segars,Porter aad Ala of choicebramU. Agent at Jacksonville.R.R.REID great to customers.Anne unless they were reoKy aad truly "geo4iedJcinea. )

day of January next, water lot Bomber nine, aceordiag < I No. 337 Fourth street >. Y, C. SKIFF Administratrix andO ." Therefore we advise yea to ask.] sing fit-
his Medical office The undersigned intend to keep a full supply always 7-tf Agent at Palatka.Wanted. Lace and Muslin CiurUins,Satin De Lanes,Dam-
to the of said town which said lot July with Sec -
plan throughout the United States Manuel Crospo, Administrator of all and lingntar them eooStience. descriptive
and his agents hand and for that are receiving '
by on
purpose Aall at a great bargain. july8tfS.
fronts on Bay street 105 feet IDol on the St Johns and of asks ob* had of tke Price _ef each.
and Canada The genuine baa my signature: in the goods, chatteU rights' credits fresh goods from Charleston by fteamer wmi-week -111..T1J.,
river 105 fret URIAH BOWDEN of this deceased hav. cents per bottle,costa bottles foe n 60LE.A.STABLES4Cs
own hand. writing. Sold by' George F. Skiff, late county Iy. The patronage of the public is respectfully G. COURTENAY
Dee 9,1854- It Special Uarfer in Chancery. my T. fc1ULLAY. big this day filed in my office a suggestionof solicited at the stand lately occupied by Morris A GOOD SALESMAN Book-keeper.. wanU BOOKS. STATIONERY AND CHEAPPUBLICATIONS. Addrea & T. .
8irnatk b Good Business. Apply '
a Dry
a '
HalL '
said estate
Apdthoeary the insolvency : _
Joc2-3t Kiel .
ID the Circuit Court of Pataaw Craair.
Sheriff'* Hale.BY I TitLe is,therefore to notify all persons having nor 11-tf JOHN WOODWARD 4 CANNONS at forid.X.. office. Oct7-if Bly3 No. 3 Broad gtreei. Charie tonS.C. tf Eastern Clrcalt PterMa.. ., :"
APOTHECARYJ demon against said estate, to file the same, duly
virtme of a writ of fled ftchi issued from TU8T RECEIVKD" at of Fancy Soaps,t x- proved and authenticated before the Judge of Shirts Collars and Crn.ls.K 5TWEffTY IXLiaRa REWARD. AGNEW FISHER & HOXIB. Anthony ReIgns; Ezeeotor ef th* but Will and .
fur theeoaat HALL ehofce rariety of IS Runaway from,subscriber his black man Testament of Conrad Van Dohlav late tf*.ld.
ClerVt Office of Cirevit Coort the ninth AND
the Florida tracts for Handkerehlefc and other fancy articles, Probate of Dural County, by 47 '-... SIXGn. NOlI. 460, 462, and 464 3% MOSES, 35 to 40 years ell and about six FACTORS COMMISSION 9ER.CIIANT Comity,dee4 Complaiaaqt. *
f of be rats
Doral and Fattera Circuit May next, at which time there will a pro .-
Mannfoctarer
wbervia of Eliza suitable tit Christmas pft .. ? said the Broadway, Albany, N. YV ( ihigh. He ha small eye and a very hold look, A-Van Dohlcn and others Hetrt
Barnes S. ONeil, Administrator T. ? ? dIstribution of the s.ssetaef estate amongst SHIRTS COLLARS STOCKS A*,for the Accommodation WMrJL'JWTkofOCt&C. L la* aad CIw6-.
2-3t ,
supply
L. Fenaades b plaintiff; IDOl Stephen D. Fernan- dee. creditor thereof. of Gent" Furnishing Hon.tes tarovghoat the and U quite intelligent when spoken to Hair comes ton ofiiil Eitat*, Def adanta. *> ,
des M defendant I have levied and will exPQM of Probate and the low down on the forehead-negra formerly boloogd A Co ,
upon Witness my name as Judge United States. 'Order front of the Union VT. G. BANCROFT A jrrnONY ROBD Rseecosei.sc&I;
(or tale, before th* Covrt Uatw door!* the I NEW STOB seal of said Court this the ninth day otlu will be filled promptly. any part, to W.S.Barden of MilJlolmrg FU. He amy The NET CASH JOBBING HOUSE. X having tied hUBfflca thaonery..

towa ef Jacksonville,oa Saturday, the Gilt day of I I.MM t. Produce Groceries & Provisions L* November, in the year of mr Lord one Having been long engaged in this burfocsi and above try to make reward his will way be to paid Georgia for his delivery Florida.to any .0253 & 255 King Street. this Court wggertifts \psebable ef'.

J.a"a Mist the kUoeinZ dcacriied property."a thousand eight hundred and fifty-foar. mannfactnred for the largest Rouses in the country P.HOG AN. CAaritoteii&Cs aid EitakthlIstderseITbai parsoewaie

s Nancy I Joe JInay. Lewu.NicbolM &Ale. ,. it eCUEX have. received-an FELIX LIVINGSTON, he has no doubt of giving universal satisfaction to rail CharieJtooNoT.4-4.In this State. lain*against Use salt Eatae, a*CkwBtra*a eol.rwis .-

*. ftMt ant wm auo, an voxuviacii interest MIAttorneys:entire new stock of Jadge of Probates banal County. purchase in price and. ulit,. Do'!.11-tf C CHAFEE; ST. AMAND t CROFT, do SISLheirUaIIILblsCourttoaad eUbn with, ihCTwrk**

>n water lot ia said town, iorodod cart by a lot CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES November 11, 1B54 $m._. Agent for the Country iu New York ( ty.rb WINES, L.Q.UORS.SEGAnS, TOBACCO I forth .M eMntj*f PMTM/

beloojing AIsop ijooney south by the river PROVTSIOXS Insolvent Nodes. Collier Remedy for Diseased Horse ( advertiser i> prepared to act as General : Xc _*r Won the tweaiy-ifth day f Jammrr,AJX?
Ft sal vet by e kit belonging to.Mrs. AN'D for 355. ADd that Wr notice hlMh ?
warrmted-to Age.t and Coir spood otTn New York tf ** p * IllS is No. 173 East Cbrlutt.DS.C.
Doa-u t also,lots nanlttr eec, two, three seven, at their_Xew Store la Somers New Block oa Bay STAT er }], 7 T preparation cure tusiaemmen.sndothar1intheiotCTifUewlldevote alyS nay. N twspaper in this Circuit one > week,vatQ thiipintion

eight,sin.. lea fifteen and sis toex. IDMCtbt*igh. street which they'win tell cheap for each and County qf JJuroi J Lameness Ppavin,Big Head,EigJaifFoonder his whole tinje and attention to the par IL JESSEN, of said period. .T1

t ea- n U township two, south cf jaon twexylix CASh QNLY. '- '.* POLLY,ANN JOXES jlomioirtralrix of the Sprains of the Shudder, Leg, Back Sinews chase and tale of FI.rtC1a.1Id ether Goods Books, DEALERS'IN GROCERIES, I.IQCORS Given wider my hand at Chamhais. tki,

NIl r abn about fifty sores of land, irith th* TheywmksepeehDJatantimuuIuraPlyeL !. ot lob A.Jonea, deced having fitod.in Fetlock Stifle. Joint,-and Hock Joint, SpTmU. Prmt* Machinery MannfactaierfalJI*Fhai. SEOARS &c. ieeuubdayofJalyLDISSL2 g
improveaents thenea sfcaated on the Plank lUad office a written suggestion of&U ,inwireaey Wind Galls Ring Bone,String Halt,Swelled Legs SigMd WILLIAM .
HAT, CORJT FLOUR PORK BACOX.IIAMS. my of Stock and Material,.Philosophies I Appanta JulyS Xow 139 East Bay, ChariestomJ&C tfP. [ FORTTARO.
about oa*. we t JcekmvUI, Martha Ton ,BUTTER CHK12E,'SUGARS. of saul Estate j Thi ta therefore to notUy afl per Cracked Heals .Thrush Poll EVIL Saddle' Gall, .DrngS'i Patent an4 other Madicines.Agrical- Jmlgi efO* Circuit CourtU ..14i5crsutdr7.ri

HOUM f also a valaahl lot ofbouaeho sad kitch.cn MOLASSES I.k.. toot having demands against said Estate" lot present Obi Borea. Strain of the Round J3on end ther etc.oral Implement Seed' Stork, A* CoOoetioMnada .JL COHEN 4 Ccfc.3EALC.BS ,.:":
mUarov Levied a*.th* tjl said proved amd authenticated to _the Joints, Eolarjcemcnt of the Back Joint,and all de- '
vpoo property for the WholMiJt .tDO'.z..u them duly, and.imts aU V DRUGS,MEDICINES, HEREBY CERTIJYthaithahe > -
_defendant aai .to U sold,to satisfy said writ Jadge of Probates of tail County If buys on or "AIM of Ilorma, which are caused by Inflation of Ptallea.I & + r.ia S *.-.tnstopy -
famished -
Ie. _
of i
Jads tha Order oa fll* Oeo
fieri facias URIAH BOWDEX, befofVtkft tot day*f March scat,when there wit the Moades.. tZTFuRdirtttioM. on ere. ,SotOe. > my
tor C. U
I 7i II coeD. TRY. IT. lere.. Ja1.79 :.23 Hajp* Street ChMhston. Wrr MV"V hand MIl the fia ofourt .dtlta.'f
a ghtnff of Dan County. Florida. 'tap Mr datrnwtioa of the funds helongbftasai4EjtaUamo -
LUt.SO"l l ba a pro-rata clerks mechaalesv proftsekiaej |s ui and others Ifeuo in .
X. between sad de. X.wIU u..Cntliaort Hereof. T*h*had at "4POTOTC1RY. HALL :
B -Ey agreciaent plaintiff Hale and& ne eatpioyerr engaged awt .e$to :7a S.FARRAR t'DROTlIERS. J Ps3Let y
feadant, the land and nejrroes she;. teattoawt J J ..f l .u. novllr3t Jckaavai. FU.Gardea haeontry,' .Passage*neand'CaB&mia, A** DEALERS I9T CQFFEEI.-GHOCE. ]sly294nac L.1SM.f Clcrid' .-- .

all! b*sold r Jl'ofte\&If each,_*w|th* balance.on a : .'. fJ.o keiF' .5 ts"l said' Qmrt .t P2Sth this- the .- -S Scedo. rafivwxiEw'P*' Ja fine anything$ an tat & ., ; : *
czedi S. day tt Aanst ABv 1854. 7 (t" aiintha :" .wejl awplntod with 2i..Yerk aa4Utrtuiaesi .
Law And Solicitors S .. '_- FELIX L1VINGSTONaug2l4it. # J- 'rsrJUCEIV aa auortmenl *T Cardan te IIIjrent Agtnl Ben, ,can do(bran ahMBtH wile b* Coiner East Bay aad C oah riaad.' SU' "- '-' C 4 iaadtolbellaiorhlth
: atl DlI J; # 4.rnOnM5ettecrspofl8RL Also om.pIclaaleGa Ja'CAarl, s.c tf i tota-ofDaval enuarr.Fla- far harp to.sfl "
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4-- : For ale. IN 'OLWZR "> S. the brand f F l % ixecnted ra.UD lIl.&D4l'romptt7. -
QuInine of th*very hM qaality, .. ". -' J r. EstatfH]a.if1'.1aU ofuMeeua.th
*M*4a4l themselves, (ogoliur lath' : ._ --. letl 'rDeUndreP. M 4ddn.l., wltrt.&d.PsI.to .tlyt "'"r.' LAWTOKJOHHISSIOH ;.' .. t .
b". j
11TILL14'O thfnsrthMeedayla J. HAVE : ; K Uec. : \1 'TiroTmc.uty ._ ._ .t !: .
( UALLS2'flErnEIanfltensivisnd ;TcS ., e. v .
1 .... .E.BAn ; VACTOIIAAND
ryieitsttheboe.aeoWphafrognSI'nt Lettm t-+...JtJ (. 'f_Q d i ed Alt- : ; 4 .
Jacksonvtll '
oct 28-3 FJorJdy 5 "
l */Florfda/tw Sejros ta# __ EaUteof JafcB *. f.- eL2S MaRerry Street Kew-Yath. =KERCR'i1ifS. UBRLZZ, )
pro. ... 'Am'.A : ialaMzatotofth* pole.'O : : ,- t \ :
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Prty ef Wrikt Uogans doeaa *d, jnlaor.h5r of&RhihaU .w..1; '. '. Te.f. .*;.d,wfflpreKat ftaalacswaU aad vqqchsrf,to well sulct. ""_a7_' BOA DIJiG'HOU8E., T "'. .. 13 Southern lITanf' I 2S.54 .- .1LSADLD 5_ _. .

: 4octasa. Daseription of.N*- the Hon.Jadge If Pr hat.for PtisaULeO$1t$7f0t J'odoctaectofChectWesaadModis3sGoiner7 MRS TAYLOR'S Boarding Howl again Charteaton 8.CL :-i Ab Ja.u.a11 ft.t ,.
trees.50 foUow rOmw matt'2S years"old and 'f'Ud'wmat the some u.l M' Will.3L I WmJ M.Ta ylorl 5 :
iThNTED-A DWELLING HOCBBwit a.ttte. .. artieJe at .' J& ror&he. tit.IanBdl"1Jho may tawtDDJ fsIP I Llgt u4 Yazda,
see fOCJaer Wy tea years oM,soU for tho bonnCt of- tilt] i.fsswah11aiilIyb7 1M am S. discharged usich AdLinstnt7.uNSKt. ''aiaoy" APOTHECARY nALL- seekaWlaterbein75-: R.Wai U'lp'.' I Joseph TJ biD.' : .-
-in.; .r.fit sate mad known oa' the ac123-t1.
1854-tf
d'Yd.s'e.t J3LPIIA BOGA.XS, '. llentzaottoezccc414persu0Uth S4PI'17tthis .44mlustraior oct 2S3tCbOrniU.., Florida. Jacksonville, Noy.ll, Nf8 MeRt
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.: ; THE ETh3M4GEL.wqQo -m: 'Business gi :ci0rg.GROCERIES -ic [. OF.
1:, i ',A.'U'I.co OlTTh S : a-
=-s.-sy.s4 AND PRO ISION8. MACHINE WORKS AND and St.Lode, lit Tuesday ia-ApriL
Oor-k.801 FOUSDR't
: O JE BLACKSMITHING.R Putnam 3d do "do ApriL PALATKA, E. .\ '
: I VAWVPkCPAD 1UABCOUItT 1' Sumter 2d Uomduf ia April.
.. f BRADLEY A CO., f. B. IIOWELU S -_W. :Biggs & Co. 5 Marion 4th do do ApriL THIS new and pleuant ErtaUuhmcnt, recently
PROVISIONS WINE for the
44 Market-St, Manchester.VTarcAotue GROCERIES ., --S Alaehuft, 1st do. do May. np accommodation at the Traveling
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f 102 WW-S/rcef, chp..d4 SG.ARS&c.- DAGUERREOTYPE, ARTIST. Columbia .. 21 die do MayHWeclBeeday Public, and unsurpassed by any one hither
: -don England. American* Entablish33 Corner of Newnim and Fonythstreets.IT M. W. GRAVES Names, before 4th )Monday May. to established i mien open for the reception e/

I; uIAk,. Xiut'&rce* it 102 % gb1iStrcdXcWT.I LuCAPEI.LA, Dual 4th do ds Stay. Boarders unperintended by Mrs; M. ZawadzkUwh
" *, v: s.r'u GtOCEgES'VXtty1S1oNSYRUITS&c--- Rooms, on Forayth-Street. St. Johns; 2d do la Jane. <*e earnest care will he to please an and every

(. nydromagen i* a valuable discoveryfor Day- troet.", ,DR. FRAME, 4 *. 'l'vsLL TEa. cue who will solicited.call I.. The public ratronege i* respectfully

, t. jpqvt.cUngthefeetfromdamporcoLlaDiIf S S Rooms over Bisbec & Canova's Store Orange and St.Lade, 3d T wJay before tho 1st. 1 2J-6m S.ULINSKI.

therefore a preventative of many Lang diwasee, T. CJ. MYERS, Bay-Stnet. Monday in November. "t"p _ _ .
viaiautemjdoctorinrvAaierer. The Hydroraat GROCERIES,PROVISIONS. A x, Putnam, Last Tuesday before the teL Monday in
1' b in the form of a sole,and worn inside the boot or Kewnan-Street. .IEW LIU'. November. PLANTERS HOTEL

'.j ahoe. Ita indicated character U a powerful antidote S C. D. OAK Snmter, 4th Monday in November. .
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1- to disease. J.SANTO, Marion, 1st do in December.Alachna CHlRLF4Trocs.c. j
:4 For Gentlemen it KB1.be found agreeable,warm FRUITS, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,. Fancy Goods, 2d do in DeeertCr.O AA THE Undersigned would respectfully in-

.$ _healthy,to wear in the coldest or rainiest wcath- C Say Street. Cutlery, Ac., Ja '-Street. Columbia 34 do in December. .- form his l l'DdslDd the Public generally,that
. elf a*the foot cannot become wet if the Hy drotnagen W11. St. John,, 18do in November.Dnval he has lewed that extensive and well known es
.f t II llert. Ladies nay Year the lighten eoletl J. n. D. HAN II All.. GItO'l'IIE 3d' do in November. tablishment, the PLANTERS HOTEL and i II
boot* or hoe* ia the most inclement wo&therwith GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, SASU, Watch-maker and Jeweler, now ready fur the reception of viritor Its eligi.
: Impunity| while Consumption so prevalent amongUMjeangof I BUNDS & DOORS, Foet-offict iiuildtng, Bay-Street. STATK COCXT-Middle Circuit. le! location, being convenient to all the basinet

.l our country, may be thwarted by Bay Street. C. OAK & SON, IPans nav. lucaTitjitf, win commend it to tkwe who visit the.
tfceir general adoption. They entirely twptrtetU Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns Pistola Madison XI 3focdfty ia April. city on bnsinc, and no extrtionj .r expM* .MU.
MW-WiMA a* the Uttev ean e the feet to pewpireia JIERCIIANDISE.JJiSDEE Jefferson, 2d do i ia April. be spared by the Proprietor promote the comfort -.

k a very uheaJtkymanner..udbcllidell.re not _ Ac., BayStreet.LIVERY Waknlla, 1st do in April. sad convenience of Us guests and render hi*,
11 dangeron wear to pedertriani in icy weather, like The House & CANOVA, STABLE Leon, 3d do in April. house, in every, worthy of the public patronag-
Indie rubber. While UM latter cause the feet to DEALERS IX DRY GOODS, GROCERIES -; Oadsden, Jilt do in March. and inpport lie pleased to add that be hat t

appear utlemel11are, the H/drntoagen, being "Bugton AND PRO VISIOFS, .__,_ By C. Bliss, at numin ton House. Hamilton, 4th do in April. secured the service, as Book keeper, of Mr.J.W.

a aMro thia silos of cork prepared, peculiarly pla- Commission and Fonvardinj:-Wharf of' TILL TKXX.Madiaoon Lamkin so long and favorably known to the tra
1 UK eed wide, doee DOt increase the e of the boAt,or SaTannali <eamcrs.jJai.Strttt. I' NOTARIES &e. 3d Monday in November. veIling community of this and the adjacent State.

..i the foot to arc***untidy. To Children they For1da F. C. BARRETT; Jefferson, 2d do in November. July 8-3u G. W. BOMAR.

are extremely valuable, M they m\\,' engage in I THIS well known HOUSE, situated the corner of Ncwnan Notary Public, also Commissioner furseveral Wakulla, lit do in November.
.'f e rercise with comfort and healthy e etts. Their a BUKTON & GRAVES, Leon, 3d do in October, MAGNOLIA HOTEL
? e pene I* so slight as to scarce need mention; bcidet and Adams street within a few rods of the Post Office, and Successor of Timanus, States. GodtKlen 18do in October.

ii tboee who patroniae them will find theirycart near lo the Steam Boat and most convenient to theChurche : DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Office at Utiffinglon Haute. Hamilton,4th do in November, ,)n the St. Johns Hirer,,
bill touch duinihed thereby. landings ,
doctor UXPER
If, I &c. JOHN II. II. nouns CHARGE or CAPT. 0. J. 3fcRRT
STATE COURT Southern Circuit. ,
( z' AI U the laereaeing Hydromagen to aa is a.lmt becoming incredible more known extenL, itseale has just receive n new COAT, and has been renovatedfrom Holme11 RrnrJJayStrcet.ii.i Notary Public. SFBITO- TRBJf. : rpHIS uanew Reese, recently opened forth.ae-

Lat /ear in London Manchester, Birminglnm top to bottom convenience, is now in perfect, *. HOLMES, S Office at B.fingIo7l11ou... Levy 4th Monday March, North daring the ensneing Boarders and and future visitors seasons.from the

,. .olaignw.Le&I! Dublin,Paris,Antwerp, ever DRY GOODS GROCERIES; PROVIsions Hernando let Monday ApriLHillsborougb It is stualed
Mid Berlin our tales reached 1,732- order.. The Table will the superintendance of an experienced HANK AGENCIES. immediately on the SL John'*Rivtr,
Haabwgh Hardware Boots 2d Monday ApriL about 25 mi1 from Jacksonville
Crockery, and a short die-
4SO pain of eork that Sole*, Thi year the. number Housekeeper, and shall not be surpassed by any otherin and Shoes, Clothing, !c.,,&c., i A. M. REED, Monroe, let Monday in May. | tance from the month of BLick Creek and I Is meet
wIll far inrpew Agent of the Bank of Charleston.
Alt the Faculty their opinion of their value asa this climate. The Proprietor has determined, that his exertions Ba y-SI reel. Ocean-Street. FALL TBBX. favorably mentioned.located and conveniently fitted up for the

I \ preveutative and CotfSCirrTiox.for OCOHS, COLA, BRONCHITIS, to merit the patronage which :hal be bestowed upon him, II. IV.. CLARK, J. W. BRYANT, Levy Hernando, 2d Mondry, 3d Mon in ASTBitA DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVI- visitor have
Agent of the Bank of Fairfield S. C..91Ji November. numerous availed themselves a location
35 CUT 1st in
Ilillitbaroagh Monday
I Mif't SIZE pr. pair, be without regard to trouble or at the "Magnolia.1 The lions
LADIRS' de. do 30 do. hal expense. Eions, and general Merchandise. e i1l.JloIme. Row, flay.Street. Monroe, 1st do in December. convenient

; IJovt' A Miaxni' do 25 do.IfoTtCS. LIVERY STABLE is attached t the House, with good jBay-Street. S'tore. STATE COl'RT-Welttrn Circuit. kept to a fine fur the Mineral purpose Spring ofgoing, and thither.bouts and The pooey* are
C1.b.Cl'P pwprie.
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make
the Retail Prices we avery
liberal-From allowance to Jobber and holcsalers! Horses; and carriages The Western Stage leaves this House I.. n. AMMERMAN HENRY Id. W. CLARK, SPRING TFKX. tor roxer'fully Invites strangers ami citizen t.
DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS Franklin, Monday in April. "drop in" sojourn at the Magnolia House in wia-
r a M lit that any storekeeper may make a fine profit on after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. Bay Street. terorsummcrsndthus afford him
4th do in an
f Jjr tbeir Ale, while they are MI article thay may be :001 Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c.Ifulme's Subscriber has received a large and elegant Calhoun ApriL devoting that attention to their comfort opportunity
1st do in which
TIlE Jackson
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< $ j* in store, among any class of goods, 21 1854-Gm S. BUFFINGTON. Rote, Bay-Street. of May.
: kept any Oct GOODS, of different kinds se- Washington do in May. will give himself and the able scr-erintendent *
Jor term, apply tollAllCOrnT tloced by himself, and particularly adapted to the much pleasure to manifest.
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BRADLEY co ( copy S. WILLIAMS, Holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday in May.
; wants of this section tho
r of country. lie respectfully July J. A.
StMMEIILIN.brctz1ra
38 Aim Street, Kew-Yerk. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRO- invites a call from his old customer, and the Walton, 4th Monday in May. ? -
. Santa Rosa let Mulay in June.
VISIONS.-Say-Street. public generally. His stock consists, in part, of Eecambia 2d do in June. IrjiiSSHOTEL.
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J53T TilE CHEST. JZ3 "r JEWELRY SILVER WAREAND
G. II. SMITH STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,GROCERIES '
ATOIES TALL TEBV. -
) ; -I lIlt ASTLEY COOPER OAIIT., M.D., COMMISSION MERCHANT .AND A UC- ,HARDWARE, CUTLERY WOOD AND Franklin, 1st Monday in Eecembcr. .
ha left CROCKERY BOOTS AND public are Informed that the above fete
the eminent Medical Practitioner, a WARE THE
TIONEER. Calhoun, Thursday after 4th Monday in November.
been leaned Crew Dr.
I LU ShOES HATS AXD CAPS FANCY beanie and
valuable y to the world in no
.
IIulme'.lllJu, Bay- trect. Jackson, 2d Monday in November.Washington painet trill be lcr the
time
Preventathe of Consumption, ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, spared to rcn agreeableand
; .Great F Croods.GEORGETLAGG AMIILER fc IIOEG PERFUMERY 4c Tuesday after let Monday In Nov. to give tati.ifuclioH to all who favor
: AHD a 11 C Y Ac, Ac. Holmes, lat Monday in November. may ne
with call. A
UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY DRY GOODS) GROCERIES, PROVISIONS All of the above Goods will be sold on as goMl Walton, 4th do in October. ted at a the new Bathing Ifoure has been --
Spring fur tho
. :, DISEASES -0- &(., &c. terms as at any house in this city. Santa Rosa, 3d do in October. who may desire to bath in accommodation of tho.
one
I without the use nf.Medicine. BaySt.I'ULKiIIJIST July 22 II E. W. CLARK. cambia 2d do pi October. Spring in the Country. The tbffnent location is ulpkvr remark

I' .: Sir A. C- Bart invented and advised the ne & ADAMS, rnos. J. RE IIRIC"S. JAMES a. CHESS. UMTED STAGES DISTRICT COURT. able for health, not 6IJr loa ued in the State. Beautiful -

of the 31cirv111e, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c., &c. To Planters and Lumbermen. Northern Ditlrict.Tallahnssce high pine !jn En1
MEDICATED FUR CuES TrrO rECTOR F1or1da
all perwroi of all ages and conditon, as a WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of place surrounding country, that Near R. W. Biggs & Co.'s Foundry, THE undersigned the having fonncd acopartnership-S 1st Monday in January. one hundred especially person.Mosquitoes, only 25 min Can! iWfn jfcommodat IUatka.J .

TO certain and a eafe olacM against consumption he has again opened at his old stand, JSay-Street._ _ purpose of transacting a ApaLicfaicoIa, 1st do in February. J. DICK1SON, Proprietor.
Bronchit Asthma Cough Cold and other nffliction c;. c. ACOSTA General Merchant fluslnetf at Pengacola, let do in March. sept 2S, 13S1-4>t

71 .- *of the Lungs, which arise from the exposed SUMEIIS' BLOCK FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, AND MAGNOLIA. F.. Augustine, 1st do in April
fyf lUte of the chest according fashion, and the with a tal1 and well selected stock of SOD.'Ol''XT.. would reFpectfull call the attention of all 1! who are Southern District. MAGNOLIA HOUSE. t

a oontinual"The 'Changes'"of i our simply c1iiuiit.I .chemically. prepared \AW1HIk; t > i ? t t r tFA.C H W Corner Kay Ocean Streets. deyirons well selected of purchasing Stock, consisting cheaply in, to part their of large and Admiralty Court sits at sion.Key West ; always. in ses I TIlE SUBSCRIBER Jacknonrifle Florida.has jiut completed. the SIn

fur, lined with ilk and p'addcd, which, suq D.I lcd .AXH WAB L. :31. VULSOM.FURNITURE Dry Goods, Groceries, yuccnswarc, .fL4 abuse hones, fitting it up in the must com
from the neck cover the chott, in M agrrciblc a : ccxDzto SASH BLINDS A DOORS. Huts, Cap, G lro.keryand Glassware, LIST OF OFFICERS OF .FLOn lt\. fort ible style and will o.e every ciertiontoplr
manner that,once worn, it becomes a necessity an'1 Boots and Shoes, Drugs, Medicines, Governor, JAMES E. BROOME. all that may favor him with their patronage.
a comfort. which the attention in\itcd. Getting my Gol: direct* from the Uur ll. E. ]almcs'Store, fiay-st. Iron, Nails, I'aint, Oils, Secretary of State, F. L. VILLIPIGCE. Particular attention paid to IOYali.. .

"The Protector," although recently introduced i Now Voik Manufacturer, I am prepared to offer my)' customers ucmcnts, both as ---- ----- Hardware and Cutlery, Window Glass. Comptroller, T. W BREVARD, A. COY.

into America is making rapid progress through regards style and price, that cannot bo surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. RESTAURANTS.PHCEN1X Particular attention paid to the Provision Busi- TreasurerC ll. A'liTIY. Corner Ocean and Monrue-ntreeU.

r* the United States, the Canada, South America, Among my assortment may: l>c found RESTURANT AND BILLIARD ne s. Hay, Born, Mess Pork, Floor, Bacon, Fish, Attorney General, M. D. PAPY. Jacl onvine, July frl 1354. ) a
p& aad the West InJies. It has for a long time Molarees, Sugar, constantly on hand in large quan Supreme Court Judge Good Stabling for Hordes. J
; been a staple article in England and on the continent WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES FRUIT Do, NAPKIN SALOON, tities. .1 Thomas Baltzcll, Cjicf Justice, Tilahassee.
,
of Europe, while it has grown in many conntrte FINE GOLB PATENT full RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, Jtc, Ac. By Paul B. Canova Ncvrnan-St. Produce of all kinds purchased.All C. H. Dapont, Associate Justice, Quincy. SISO. Merchant's Hotel, 91SO.
jeweled
to the pavilion,of an article of dress. I.VER( ,) are invited to call before Charleston, .. C.
made making
D Constantly on hand and to order from pure BLACKWOOD A Co.'s RESTAURANT' purchases Thomas Douglas, Associate Justice, Jacksonville
of En- TACIEU" ; KKBrCTtOf .
To demonstrate these facts enquire any coin, ac-1 warrnnled- elsewhere. II PKICE3.ftf
.
I
gUsh reeident in your icinity of his knowledge of LAlIXE8, Day-Street. N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Good5snch .I Circuit Judges. THE nwlorfigned havirjj -alfOd thi. IfoUt,
of the Protector A without hunting CSECJS) Krpev Blanket Western, J. J. Finley Maniacaa l:1.'ituate'l in King Street,solicit from
Ue beneficial efforts wearing CUTLERY. a* Ac. the IravUug *!-
SILVER PATENT LEVEl do. dn. E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, II Middle, J W. Baker. T: l haKee. public shire
of kiniL The a of
,_OUT axcx>ca E TO DOCTORI\( allY July S tf HENDRICKS A CHESS. ratrrnnige. Board, 41,50
.' eoet of wearing these-article is a mere trifle, andGII. DtT\CIED" do. dim.U From celebrated Manufactory of Oco. Woetenholm Xeirnan-Street. Eastern W. A. }Forward Pabtka. per day aiD clurccr, 50 ct4. only.

will last come year No one who values the w. An. Jt Son, consiting of TA1IA('(.) 1ST.' GREAT MAIL BOUTE. I Southern, Thomas E.King, Key Weat. July 8-Gm JAMES iL HELSY.CIIARIISTON .
From makers hi h
health of himself or his family will be withoat good wurantl.1g POCKET KNIVES SCISSORS, SHEARS Solicitors ofthe Circuit.
them. The Hospital in this country are not alone time keepers. RAZORS, Ac. F. HERNANDEZ. FROM CHARLESTON; TO NEW YORK. Western James M. Lanilrnm Milton, hOTEL

recommending them but rapidly introducing them. JEWELRY.Coni TOBACCO, SXl'FFXD SEGARS. li sam. Middle, Sam'l B. Stephens Quiney, MIXEU, .
Hmroonrt, Bradly t Co,of London, and Manchester tit FANCY GOODS, JVtirnan5otor Biiffintrtqn Haute.LAW. Eastern, Jantcs M. Baker, Alligator. Corner of Meeting rod Hayne Streets,

England were originally entrusted "ith tho GOLD ISPARDS FOB AND VEST CHAINS.CII Su.h *v CORALS PORTE MONIES ACCORDIONS Through Fare from Charleston to Wilmington 8 00 Southern Henry D.Kendrick, Tampa, julyS ChariesJmiJ'.U. tf

manufacture of the Protector, by tho lamented .VTEL\IN.S. LOCKETS.- DR.\CELI'r: PERFUMERY, LL BINS' AND Wilmington to Baltimore, - 12 00 County Officers.
Dr. Cooper, and continue to manufacture accordingto PENCILS CROSSES KEY SEALS I OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, Wilmington to Philadelphia, . 14 00 (First name, Judge of Probate; seconilname, Clerk MILLS H01'ISE
iCxiCKrifiSoN
hi*original instructions, and therefore recommend DIAMON RJNfiS., REGARD Do. C PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEL CASES 1L. 31. PEARSON, Wilmington to New York, .500 of Circuit Court tb'rl name,Sheriff; fourth name- TIIOSAS : ,
. those who would wear "The Protectors," to THIMBLES SLEEVE ROSEWOOD WORK ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. : With choice of route between Weldon and Bal whenever is occurs-Tax Assessor and Collector) Corner os Meeting and Quern streets,
eee to their being genuineRaMKKBU GOLf> COLLOll BITTOAS BOXES I'ORTABLEWRITIFG Ollice opposite the Court HOUMJ.FELIX I timore. Counties. Officers. Post Office. :. ;uly8 ChaTlesto, S C:

# Tell IS A ttAU ARTICLE, ATD XO STUI, CUFF PINS, DESKS, 9WO TRAINS will leave the South Carolina EscajuVii Ct.irbsj M J Jordan Pensaco.t.F. 1'\'- ;7ior 1I0'l'JI..
PATEirrMtDicitr.BXTAIL. EETICULES, FANS, COMBS LIVINGSTON I L Railroad Depot Line street Charletnn diily, E Do .aRau, ii. L.
B R O O C II E S, EAR: III Nfi?, lITTTEImFILr
.1 PRICES. SPECTACLES EYE GLAS BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS ATT'Y AT LAW,J UDGE OF PROBATE, at 7 A M. and 3-4 P M, arriving in Wilmington, F.M. Mann, Corner Meeting and Hasel-gta ,

, Grxt' SIZE, $1,50 each GOLI. .UN ,\XU SLiT RINONS, CHILDREN'S' Office in the Court House. North Carolina at 3 A M and 2 P 3(. Passengers Santa Rosa John Chain, Milt july3 CliarlejtenS ,
I LADicV do. - 1.0) do. CHILDREN'S LOOP PINS TOYS:, TEA BELLS, by the second train will travel over the Wilmington W. J. Stokes, tf
C &'' .MIKKE* do. - 75 do. t.\RF ', ec. Together with \ariouj other arfUIea too numerous McaUEEN McINTOSH, ,Manchester Railroad by daylight at Wilmington Isaiah Cobb,jr. "

I HARCOCRT, BRADLEY A CO., RILVElVAnE.. I to mention ATTORNEY; AT LAW, two trains,are despatched at 6 A M and 3 Walton Dnnicl McLeo, Enchecanna. NEW YORK. 0
33 An Street 102 Nanuiu Street, DE'SHRT N. B.-CLOCKS, WATCHES, toil JEWELRY, Office on Ray-St,In Mr. Ochus' House. I'il, the fir t tanin only connecting at Weldon, Giles Bowers, .

New-York c. 8. FORKS,TABLE: DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, IhnriMghly repaired and warranted, at lime shnrlnotice. North Carolina with the Seaboard and Roanoke SicU C. 'IJDrotI, U J. Holmes!
Principal Warcbouw, 102 Wood Sired Cheaptide, SUGAR SCOOPS, 8.U.TXU ML'STARD Do, ,I est ty TERMS CA II. [ocl28-ly C. IIROWARD, Railroad Norfolk, thence by steamers to Baltimore IJmCJ, A. H. Eruwnell, ..rroGordoJ.M. ,
. London, Manufactory. 41 Market street Man ATTORNEY AT LAW, ;an 1 both trains eonneeting at AVeldcn with IL Stanley IIIt ICO TTa.7 Street, V. r.'IT7ILL

, flutter. En f land.n. 1-------------- Office on OceanSt.P. the upper route through Petersburg, Richmond,and r. Golden, II pay particular! attention to sales of Yel
B.: A Co, are c tal>liehing Depots for the sale J.i2l\sv.irUe! Feuiidry f NEW S.KYI.IGIITJlagutraian Wl hiogtoD. At Eultimore.boJh line ewmoct Kith Washington. \Vashingtun Tabor.'eraoD.. VV I low I. ne Lumber, I.lvc Oak. and
f of." Protoctor" m all parts of America. Phy- (/_ FRASER, the lines to Philadelphia and New York. 4;. \furtbillgt. other SOUTHERN TDIBER and PRODUCE and

: Meiaas Surgoons, Drngprts, Clothiers,Dry Goods, ;: Q tlrr ATTORNEY AT LAW. Public are respectfully informed that those lines John A. Tabor to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.
r Merchants,HaUen4L MUliccn,also tenLlemuen'sFeruisbieg MACHINE'WORKS. Office are in first rote condition, the Cars are under the Jackson J. B. Rouilac ariuma. july T-tf
ForeythSt.J.
Store-Keepers are entrusted with the on management of trusty and experienced Conductors, John W. POOcr, II
: wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to Subscriber l leave inform and the steamers from Norfolk to Baltimore James G Oin It S. II.
"HE JMI! writer*, In1 mg mode sxtcn.hc and TIlE begs to the citizens P. SANDERSON, are Rcckcnbaugh,
whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, 55.i valuable. iuiprovcinc-nts in their cstabliihmcnt Jacksoniillo and its vicinity that he still ATTORNEY AT LAW, navigated by able and experienced commanders, Jesse 3L Claik1 w
and a splendid opportunity open to them fur safe are n till profitable bosmcn.f Steam JZngiitct, of from NEW SKYLIGHT Through Passenger and their baggage will be James U. PArker, .\ MKKCIIANT
any GALLERY
j: "r terms, apply toI1ABCOURT 1 to 109h"r ee required power F.J. WIIEATON. sent from one Depot to the other free of charge Thomas .. Lent!. ". 112P trf5/r /.V. T.
a. BRADLEY.CO, t4asviilIi';: on Foryth Street, second door west of Dr. Hol ATTORNEY; LAW. along the route. Franklin !1'homas .1. Eppes A.JalAch a. CAREFUL attention will be given to sales ef
'1 38 Ann Street New-York, T. S. Mills land's residence, Through Tit'kels to Wilmington, North Carolina, Samuel 'V.Spencer, II Rice, Sugar, Lumber, Timber, and
!aa Horse;Powers Whefo he is prepared tq take pictures in a manner Jacksonrille.Ci. cun ba hal ofO. F FOLK Il. \goDt. of the South Tbi-pen, mlGa4iden other Southern Produce. Alan, Merchaadi pur

i AWaruIisgt Grist;31111s, not f urravcd by any. He has spared no expcn Carolinr Railroad Company,Line street,Charleston, E. C. Love' uineJ"R. chased on moot advantageous terms. jnlyS-tf
W. e
t :7'Delay not; iirimoruot in your mini Lbsseatesceoffuob' other mo<'hincry need in this country. e in fitting up his Rooms, having a splendidrecC1.ti ATTOXEY CALL. South Carolina, and to Baltimore, Philadelphia, or C.teeter. .... Hoe & ('0'5 I'atcut Ground Saw.. .
.h' that :1 Iron aid l n room for ladies, fitted ap in a noat and p AND COUNCELLOR. New York, at the Office of Wilmington and Raleigh S. j.. Love, r.,. Subscribers manufacture, from the belt
rass T
>hy, a >
i
j i Jinal'e.'iIl Sw Mill CaCUII. taMtful style,besides his largo line Skylight, ena K Office on na-S'. Railroad Company, Wilmington, N. C. .J ames SI. mitb "J Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS from two
repairing
g t cored of itt>::. .-J ia cure it "it h certain 'i teI1ubt anc bling him to take pictures in groups or singly, in Forfurther information apply to E.B.STEVENS Leon, I). W. nwynD, ..5H. inches to eighty inches in diameter. Their Saw

modu.-l.tek :.. i .', ',cw.areJMi" ,.sU a." mtc.ina'hincjy purchased from clear or cloudy weather. lie feels confident of R. DORMAN, Agent,Charleston,8.C. Jnly-14 I, .Archer,Jr. 'I- are hardened and tempered and are ground end
... ;. u wi b git in:;satisfaction to all who may furor him witha ATTORNEY AT IA W. U. T. BlOcker, \. finished by
taaaper wish y"ur ,tj".t. > i >.e put ip Ttion in any part of the Mechanic'Inventor and Manufacturer. machinery designed expressly for the
1. call. He h thankful for
. when desired and past favors, and hopesto Office I. C.Demil1y. purpose, and are, therefore,much
n wild and vicious will btia Bay-St. superior to those
youths, why >cr> competent 111.biui
you i receive
a ctnticnanca of the 570. IN CASH
tpD PRIZES.
reasonable same. Ttvwe.% it bdo $ $570.VOLCME Wakul1a., (Icorge MJller, iew PoT't. ground in the usual manner, as they are strength
dosing with the filthy nau-cilingooiujioun'ls dai raniu2 ter and Estimates f rnicaio
proffered thereby impairing your appotie and eharce. MOONEY &; GOOKIN, 8-tf fuming his rooms and specimens. commences on the 16th nf September. It chiefly X" G.W. Walker, fI regularly! from the cutting edge to the centre, coao -
digestion, aDd destroying you mentally as well as July 8 Fuun'Jeresn.ImIaoliiflists. July M. W. aUA\.E:. n. D. HOLLAND! devoted to the advancement of the interests o3Icrfianict -. Noah Posey, .t nently do not become heated or buckled and
Office on Newnan Street. tnreutors Jefferson T. J.Cba'e, lontieeUo. xxHJce a great in timber.
Alan saving
faclurtr and Farmer
when be cured with a few daMS : ,
physfaally, you see iLOiUDA WORKS. ..
mOl CHARLES DF.WALL.Jacksonrille. and is edited by men practically skilled in the art James R.Tucker They al"manufacture Ca>t teefMj1 Pit and
of pleasant liciDel1 ft4, K.V.. ( Co., H3JarlsmtSle AUCTIONEER. A. S. BALDWIN, and sciences. J'robably-no other journal of the Joel Walker II Cut Sawn and Billet Webs, of superior quality

. Too who are thus annoyed eel wish to lo re. 'Vptm Wa Fla. Office on Bay-Street. same character is so extensively circulated, or eo James D.Morris, II all of which they have for sale, or they may
pored to heath cad vigor by a treatment at cone 'II' A lIE now prepared to execute |rompllp orders generally esteemed fur impractical ability. Nearly Madison < A. McDonald, fad.u C.II. be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchants
------ ------
( pleasaat and efloctma'!, should consult Dr. MOiIU& :- ,. for Steam Engines, Saw ilill, Sugar Mills X\LES in any part r>f the County attnded toe all the Valuable Patents which issue weekly S. It Sessions, II throughout the United States and Canada.
Ilis sooeess ia chronic diseases hu beengmster ant P on4 (Iru-t Stills, Horse Powers, Iron %cdlira 5 ,sol respectfully solicited. DRUGS AND MEDICINES.APOTHECARY from the Patent Office are Ulnttrned:&Engrat- T. )1. ADtlonon fIR.lchinney R HOE & CO,

thaa that of any Uher physXian oThis day. ,-* Carting, awl every variety of Machinery. Goods cent to the subscriber on commission,either HALL. Lags, and tho claims of all the Patent are published IIUanulton 29 sal 31 Gold Street.
Many who have been for yean afflicted ,ilh die. C.u es or resulting from evr, have Steamboat: and ether repairing attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. Tho thus making it a perfectSciETriFC Axo MECHAXI- John FrinkJames this advertisement three times, with this note, and
beei& restored eonseqaences to health MDd Igor under his really Th;y will continue the rnmufadore and keep Subscriber has been known in this community for McMillen, Bay-Street. CAL EtcTCLorenu information upon tho inbjocts U. IfendryS II forward us a paper containing the same,) will be
anentifte treatment constantly on han, jlicir variety of Plows, Timber a number cf jears as Auctioneer and otherwise of Mechanical Improrements, Chemetlry, Jerry C.8mith.'t pain in printing material*,by rarel1tsiDg rourtime.
ghoald a personal Interview be oljoctU>nable, Cart, Chains, &c. to which they respectfully !in- I'' Ho offers no recommendation?, but desires that in- SAW MILIS.EMI'IJtE Engineering mini the Science generally. It is Columbia GeorgeS.herbert AUptor. the amount of their bin for the advertisement.
,
state your dneace ia writhig-endow five d">Ilan i rite patronage. July 8-ly quirks phould be made concerning himself any MILLLS. published weekly in quarto form suitable( for bind.mg S.Scarborough, .t. New York, April 22d, 1S34. july- 8

address Dr W. II. MORRIS, through. P*t- Jacksonville IIIacLsmllUlii, I ciimincrc'ml hou50 at the place of hm rc!idance. Perkly, Parkhurst, & Co,,'Jacksonville.MECKLENBERGII and each rolumno contains 1'onr Hundred and Reuben Itogans, ,-, '-
Since the fire he hl1.lllocaled his W. A. E'lhemeld 'SMachue ----
doreen Forsyth Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter Several ,
oflUsi, Savannah, Gv. and a package of medicines, Hun-
L seewcly pat ap will be seat prhately eel I with MACHINE AND SHOP Direct., on the burnt district, where his Auction l>u MILLS. dred Engravings, with a full and complete Index. A.)(. Castmm, ewnaD"iDe.R. SA VAN N All.
line is also .
at
present conducted, and where he Its circulation last YoungblooI,
despatch, full of directions and & Jacksonville on Volume exceeded 23,000
..be& therewith no questions At thf former Stand of Sedgvtclf. keeps on bond, on tM most rea.Kaabls terms, Blackwood Taylor, copies per week, and the practical receipts in ono C. L.Wilson, IIDunl Dvlrg and Renovating Establishment

\ Person living at a distance, afflicted with Scro- 1"CRNISIIES PUms'ai: of all kinds, Timber Car- FAMILY GROCERIES: AND 1'RO VISIONS, CAROLINA BULLS. volume are worth to any family much more than Felix Livingston, l"-L"Ouyille.. 73 Tort-st, near the Court Haute

Old Ulcers Tetter, Cancers Pile, Fistula in I mgr*, Cart, Chains for MilU, Mill work of I- Tor Cash, and Country Vrmluce. Kelly &: Co., Jaektonville.FLORIDA the subscription ). George Stone, -SAVANNAII, GEO.
Ano Gravel Strictures, Gleets, or any di.ease what aJILind, Sugar Shills, .. July 8-tf CHARLES DuWALL- The following CASH PRIICS are offered by the t'riah Bowden, 73 3eSr Established, I8o J53TT3
ver of.aggravated malignant character,can t grPartir-uUr attention paid to Steam Boat and I MILLS. Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of."b John McKinley, II UE .qibcr, erul
home o Saw Mil rcparinj \VhceIwrighting done at shortest bers sent in by the let or.1anuarylS558100 Nassau, James T. Q'Sioll, Wru block T hlflpatrons and friends

b nn by consulting Dr. 101RS. by I To tb.OItiJ1jo.TIlE Fairbanks & Co., Jacksonville. will for their continued favors, would state thatin
paid, enclosing a fee. notie.iT All orders Uft at the store of S. be given for the largest list; $75 for the lCOn.t. AIm!. addition to tho improvements in
_iiclo s pleasant end can b sent per mail N. Williams will bo promptly attended to. UNDERSIGNED PALMETTO MILLS.II. 965 for tho third; K'for the fourth; SIll for the Nassau, C. C.DeJtnt a' by him during his last visit to England Dying and acquired Scotland
Ae to nt't A. J. Dradmhck II -
part of the al1g J-tf_ J A. F AmUIt.A..po't.b.cca.rr JL sncccseors fifth t $45 for the sixth ; 940 for the seventh 935 ,
any has
!
I Etil TIMAXCS, No. 3, Holmes' Building, have in Sollec Jacksonville.PIKENIX ; D. IJigginbotbam.II made arrangements for extending his
for the
eighth 930 for the ninth
Pa&U treatment of Ha.ll store and for sale ; ; 925 for the tenth; business by which ho u now enabled to
St John's Gad Dye a greater
920 for tho Hamphreys, ShAugustine
eleventh 915 for the
twelfth
MILLS. 910
L..h mar b aid A GENERAL ; for variety of Colors on Silk"ami
ASSORTMENT Woollen Dresses
OPMERCH'ANDJZE .
AXfi 't
Wtth Irregularities, 1 o Wi8 Pr 1 ( f\ Stephens &; Foster, Jacksonyille. the thirteenth; 95 for the fourteejth. Tho each CllamplueySw Jacob l\l1ckler II Shall, Ac, which he trust.win generally please all
Tea JUcmotrJ will be paid t*the order of the ,
apras ttr o Falling of Womb do i/epytaorj: successful competitor Putnam W.W. II who may favor him with thoir patronage.
wall to Uo false immediately after tho the lit of Tamblin
CLIFTON MILLS. January 1855.
a cele promptly to the New Store In Holmes Consisting of:Dry Goads, Groceries o StammislausGlinkl 't Gentlemen's Garments Dyed Cleaned or Renovated
OBsnU the Dr. Cares waranted UalldlLR, opposite( Dr. HaldnliT Hardware and Cutlery Provisions, Taylor, Richardson & Co., Jacksonville. TERMS:-One copy, one year, 92 s one copy, six Nathan as may be required in the same' superior
Crockery and Glassware 91 Norton
AD months five six
,
to be ; copies months,94 ten
1 Itl'l roivo mOt Idler: Jacksonville. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,'Saddlery 'and S S six months ; copies Marion John Mcintosh Ocala. style which has generally II lumJi pleated hu patrons .
a 931 ten
eaolosuig a fe. Address Dr. W. II. is SPRINGFIELD MILLS. copies, twelve months, 9151 and fricn R
kept constantly on hand a large and large assortment of ,0Ladi
Book Robort Bullock
and 'aS.
MOTRIS WHERE Stationery, and all fifteen copies twelvo months 922 ,
Qeo.P5F
E. A. } twenty copies S '
SU&Da selected assortment of otter articles suited to the trade to which DcCOTTES, JacksonTillc.MOODY'S twelve 928 Ileheston 'a Bonnets Dyed, Bleached and Pressed ia
j in advance.No .
Xo. they months
Moaameat Bm.' S Bryan street opposite DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, invite the attention of the public and ask them to .- number 1. AI. Willis 'IILe11' the most fashionable style Order from the conn-

Square-, july 22. .lw111 .jerel: t>y the latent arrival,warranted I ea11aDd-esamln. their,stock before pnrthacing .MILLS. taken at less 91,40 subscriptions each Names above twenty be can in be ; D. Morgan, Wae&sIJL try punctually attended to. Terms mooerate.V .-
can sent at
I .the Ctrcmlt Court or Putnam County, fresh sal genuine Also, elsewhere! as they flatter, themselves that they -S --S P. MoodyJaeksonvillo.BELLECILISSE different times and from different Pnat. om__ John It JIatcher. u. n parcel are rent by steamboat or-raflroad

eastern Circuit of l"lorlda Perfumery, Combs, Brushes Soaps, can produce.sen as lOW as anyone else, for cash or country & FINEGAN'S MILLS Southern and Western money-taken 1 ;subscrip AiHaborongh Robert Simon Tnraan Wattcrston, I Poet word Office should so bo that cent he,may him,know by letter where throne-to call, th for.

Aatboay Itching, Executor of tho lart Wi and Lamps, Burning Fluid, &e., T. II. BURTON. '-S BellcchasEO & TmegaiiJackson'rihle.REED tions. M. Tampa.' them. S i '
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Testament of Conrad Van Duhlen, lal pail which will be cold low for oash.Cvuulry I /JRAVES. Letters should be directed, postpaid. to Mc x A Cunningham JuLC ALEXANDER ALLGWAT.
Oovaly,deeed, o order rolioited and punctually attendedPhysicians' 5T ?T. nM.\7.GRATES would respectfully & Co. 128 Fulton-Street, N.Y., E.T.Kendriek 5' I
CpbhwlL inform the public that he still continues the' IIOLMES'S.MILLS. Messrs Mrjrx A Co. fernando, Joseph 11.Ta11o. PeSoto,
t) with and are extensively engaged in
AV A.Vaa Duhlen aeth.l the Heirs anJ Creditors prescription' put up care Reed & Holmes Jacksonville.. W.M. Garrison U ,
procuring for FORT
of said 1., & *. de'l' t.h. DAGUERREATf SUSfJfESS, vLra patents new inventions and will ad- Charles )(McMinn II' DUNHAM._ '
door inventors,without charge, in regard to the FACTORS AND -
2ITHOXY TEAS. one west of Dr. II. D. UolIad'areid.ilacksons'ille ice. novelty .
A MAYPORT E. L. II
aforesaid MILLS. Stlph
of their improvements.
nnns ESeW Agent for tho New \ork Pekin Tea COMMISSION MKIICHAXTS.
Company. JulyS 1854.
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:i. having Monroe
Benjamin .
side & Parsons SaWyer Key West.Enterprise. SoronnoA Gto-' "
this O Car e Tea of direct Importation and of 34 varieties froma Teas Teach TeacH Ilocg S .. ,
Guest,. UM CARD. Peter '; Fort T.
MggeaUng B.
Henry I K.
Dunham.JOHN
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1-4 to III. In all Mayport Duval Fla.
a package, warranted aad at County .
said sUU. l"ieOrer That all persons bin eztremolylowprfre. TEAS'ofthe very best quality and warranted T WOULD take this method of, Informing'm1 Robert Clark, II .' RICHARDSON v t. .
elalsu against as Creditors 61 nb. Dealer order ana at reduced prices in PAX..UJAlLLS. A friend and customers and public generally,that Samuel Young, .!! vAcrroRth.? ;; .
"Conntry supplied, by ,
rwisajds fiktheirsaU o with the Clerk of Ing accompanied with Cash. packages 1 Ib. to 1-4 Ib.i and from 60 cents E.'R. Gilchrist Panama; Dural liner tho great Are in Jacksonville, I have re-es Orange, Algernon S.Spear Savannah Goorgw.dla zm4->,'
this for the county to$1. per pound i ,Black of the eholsest kinds County. tablished in tho new building opposite the resi S Arthur Oinn -U- >
O a ,
Patm uS BedtifonPBuSW.1S. :
te day of & o A. GARDEN. A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS &c., also.Green ot 5 the belt.,quality, s4T. Poet office at Jacksonville.. dence of Dr. Baldwin -where.I have opened the S KIiehWatsona'. Office. 'J\'o.'I .. /
1854. Lad&UtUnoUcoba-puUtthod lasom* also always kept"bank .5 -S. MCMILLAN'S, ST. JOHNS MILLS. Apothecary Hall with au'entire new itock of Snmter. W. Wniiains* Adanuville, linker,. .
KewtpatMr' f UCIi oooe a week ut-Sims- juiy 8-tf T. MCMILLAN.m aug 284t Apothecary HaJJ Bav-st ; Drug and Medicines, Chemica Perfumery,'Fancy D. G.Lee, SillP'BROKER' ""D GE3ILIJ'
u If' J. P. Sander .t Co. Article., Combs Brushes E.II.Crone, "
&I Valuable Hea Island. Cotton and. Candies Garden and ._ COMMISSION 3 ERCIIANT.I
ClveihemaTiI. Post officcat Jacksonville.NASSAU Flower.seeds' Solomon II II .
t IYI a t1b.this nine- : Corn Land.for Sale 2 Burning Fluid Lampweekj end ally .
> Paints uly8 5ar! }w*, (?. tf
Lamps and Oil Window Glass I
.al" mnei abort the Bat of St. "&'. river Mercenary person have in so many Instances < J ILLS. Putty,Ac
,1 WILLIAM FORWARD, FOUR succeeded foisting the Sod Water and Mineral Wat.rcool and >
A r spark
located the river tipon community worthlell
on The tract : '
Jvdft/ Circuit Court Bcllechaesa Finegan Nassau River. ling;to be had at the -
L embraces seven hundred and fifty acres, Ire hun preparations eUlinlogfor them great msdlesj --- counter all times Suodeyi, TOE. < PHILi\PtiliPlIIA; :T5-
Eastern Circuit Florida. virtue, that a great Individuals refuse Post office at Jacksonville. exeepted.Phyrioiani. : : : : .
q dred of it, or nearly so, first rate hammock'land many 'to mffiI FiEiIEHi.;
I mEU\ tthe< true and in its original state, with the:"exception of take: any tiling DOt:'. nemi by a phlya1!.- -S bRAYGE'MILLS.- -5- can nave their.prescriptions. put up : .
copy 'CEir my abela. about eighty acres cleared and well adopted for a This sanction has been bestowed upoll8TABLER'S with care night' and day,. S cox rauiiie) < MALONE &, 'TAYLOE.4r ,

1hrn.my"sail the Seal of at the crop the ensuing season. Steamers necessarily ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT and I -S A. H. Cole & Co.MAGNOLIA.,111LLS..- .J .. TUOUeMILVAN.'S .' Steam Saw Mill Corn,Mill Shingle, : .LUMBER.. AND COMMISSION MERS -

C 19th day ofe peel within fifty yards of the place, ia ascending DIORBUffiA CORDIAL ia more than Are hundred ; .'Itith and Plaining MaChines,. ,- CHANTS.Philadelphia.' --S
Pa. .aly f. the river. On the premises thore U ft very superior Io tance.lDdeell many edlcalm'Dwho: : .> _, : Notice .' located rat East end e1. the city are prepared to /, A- ': '., .
)*Iy7 UBt" ICtirtefC. B.GUl8K.C* three-story rauwkm house, with a basement of i know their virtue regularly prescribe the- Expec S T, G. Uendrickagnoli&t FJa.; irpn&L uaderrfgned, will be aUent at the North -S S execute ordera for ; ,
.t'or.WEEKS nine feet Location Health .Water,'and all other torsnIneaes'ofCoughi-Cods* and disease of -- from the present time nntU about theist of LUmERiSlflNGLESADLATjIS. 'Very TWpeeUuIIy SOlicit e Itmel1b'ot

\C 1b.aide to the F1UDATE applleatioa/ '" of Pro. natural :ftdvaaUge not to be snrpawed. Title the respiratory organs which come under their = S nURLINGIONMILLS--: .: October: next,, when they will 'Iw-opesaitoekof 'at moderate 'price deltvoablo. oq their,wharf rot;' SOUTHERN, LUMBER 1I1.YGLE, LIe.'l .
kataTs/Civalrsvaty t. and eare.'Aad ia all diseases of the bowels too. Sadler A Co. l Goods&r this iinarket" In the meantime;;their. Liberal,. advances maJa. Refer to t
F ro good terms & Apply to TosBO such Po office Mandarin IT*., : shipment o(on the street for city USB.. r .
zeal Estate 0 U., ry "lato.of t.U. ; piackaey, A Co, Charleston'S.. C.Am T.;Bra. ae DUrnas Cordial prescribed by them with the + bnalneM will beta the beads of Rodney Dormass, ...4 '|&?iniCA8If! jJ l < -ET. BROCW-PblIadepkia ?

Ir.4i9sasil; t UtaB*$tof craditors and e bain. baa JPalatka j CapC Coxelter. Uamsr Carolina. | ntnost'confidence In its ben floUl effects. Give PAL&TKA5-MILLS. :.EiE, :[ 'BLOODGOOD4P0'g.. _", : rA'I JUKcOTIESr LT.RICUARDSON5'do.-.
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,CX A.ADLEB, Adrn'x, or to the owner'on, the piau. ; .: Iheee excellent medicines *trial See descriptive PalAtka St am .liJtCc. Paktka. -S. s. -S- Z1 5 5' ,Oathepremie-.' j84t'5 X. RBlJCiaf AJf! ,,.Jacksonvine,Fia,
,i f ,J IL BADLEB, .orn "'a.,, Slifaymrt.LUIP.O D\.nOPIaR8.', pamphlets he hedgrgIaf the-.pll Price ., : : ? ? Notice. m1- Jf. B. '.Cora trpund,'eil'olii S j ) ,'at any hou.or the -.. _
: .. .. only SQaenU for each er sit totttn for 92,60. T'JIrJIO3.ELIx. LIVINGSTON Ti eaJ. !dai! ipt'i :' -
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JSADL- SU Jeha'e 1.gL; !.September 23, l8&45et.1)ATC4LftDO& -S S ,. J1IR.t"-A! "f HUfJ w4iws t V>rie4 ftgcnt .during my absence from theVnOKK .5 .

a'S".ly Jlt r..i per ILAIB: DiTK The Elydu CeIocn "' "-'/ : SiatlJill 1.22, .J.ic. ,-.U' 'B RSQ ., '. :.TVTOTICD i* hers by given' 1W'an ap zzuL"willbemaOtoLb.a.zt.esiieacta'Ges. ', _. Bu': J d..-rim ; '
best .
'ir.1) ELXY8L-COLOGNE at SI OKSONfILLB.I'OUNDR1f..uq ,
JO'r'> ''lM'a X"N. Ucla.tft i.we, for sale by ; '" plat.Ud seeordlnglo OOls.rqnin nsat'La or -, MACmNE'WQR.S, 'HAMS-Received weekly peisUam*] .fS < &r>tw Lot a-yallll4l LUxrty- 4 G JUTE 'i' ,." ,O es', imnd for taU lwe. ? : : erel AemqIy fee an siC ot tneocpoetko. el.tt ,. \\flLlt dwpateh alt Jobe workmanlike; man
July bjJr ,
I ;!gT.T; 29JiClttOS Qu1y9) .uw & ,l?onet Ocsin' U&TQ1GA.r. yi" > I.take tussled.-.-.Jacb.:. 5 ,\V not 1'Iau&J will be.funuhed free>
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