The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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VOL. 1. JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY ,6,. 15'Amboy : 7' '..., : 7.? :1 I IltamdIteidTtowhiQg ;' ,
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--1 1'i|l AUTHOmTY- Centre, cast Parish,Parish,and Co- ford,Rockdale,Mount Upton Whites StQre, From. Horncllsvillc, by Haskem TilleRogersville t Bay.oonsUntia,and west Monroe, toceri From: Oxford," -by 'eastMcDtoOg" From Rough and Ready,by Bead ofnettV '- -t '
los e. to Mexico. South New Berlin, and New Berlin centre, Loon Lake,and Patchin's Mdlg : -' :
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LAWS From Canandairua, by Cheshire, Bristol to New Berlin. to'Wa}'land Depot. From Medford Station;by coram,Millef a ,From'Oxford,'by coTcntry and NineT, to % : ,: ", ''. -
.IF THE UNITED STATES. CentreIIoneoye,Canadice,and East Spring. From Deposit to cannonsrille. From Hornellsvillc by Big CreekIIawardGrofTs Place, and Mount SinaL to Port Jefferson to Valoula Springs.. .," :* ''From- co .,' ." 5 .

. water to Spnnguater. From Do Ruyter, by North Linklean, Mill, and Kennwlysville. to Bath. From Medford Station.. br' Patchoguo, ,From'.Palatine 'Bridge. 'by canofoharie, iersPa.) '. ,
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OF-33d COXCUI2BSor From Canandaiguaby Larned'a Corners South Otsehc, Plymouth and South Ply From Hudson, by Cln: rack' eb1 b- Bell port, and Fire Place, Moncbes.: Buel, cherry Valley, and )Middlefield. centre.I from RozbuBtaKflQi.g.' .
:, rUBLIC Orleans, Seneca Castle, Flint Creek IIopp- mouth to Norwich. town, Ta" kanic, Copake. and Boston From') t.linaJ by Ridgeway,and Lyndon." to cooperstowiu- fin's. corners. i ::
THE STATES. well, and Larncd's Corners, to Canandaigua. From Dickerson centre, by Dickinson, Corners, (Mass) to north east. (eX.'Y.)- ville.toYates., From Palmyra by.Marion:and "VTiIliam- From Rural Hill, by Bel3lor38ibarc.! '. -. ,

, UNITED Moira, and Bombay to Fort coYin;ton. From Hillsdale, by North JEgtu,, jnt, From M onlicello,by Tliqmpsonville,'alUj son to Piilney and Wobdril/e; back to Rural J1J I.: "'. .
c fatted at the first session, vhich was begun From Cananrlaigtia by Centrcficld, east From Dover, bimeni:, and Le dSTiJle, Egremont Plains, and South 4Eg:montt' to burg, W53oLurne, Hasbrouck", NeTcrtink, From Panama, by Stedman' and May 'Fr:) a. b7osLti1le-ohJoa: I .'

.'; and held alIke City of Washington, Bloomfield, Talur&nlle, west BluomGeld, to Sharon. Great Harrington. and claryville, GrahamsvUlo.. tilLs, (Pa,) ,Laporte and Pittsfietd, to Wilmot toMorebouseifl..r. .
:,:. tn the District of Columbia Monday, north Bloomfield, Ilonco c Falls,cast Rush From Dunkirk, by Fredonia, Laona,cns- From Hudson CJu rack, Mtllcnville, From Moorcsville by ,Rojbury, Stnttoa Youngaville.Frotd .. : From RuraL Hill,. by. WoodviB, Hfis- :: i
.;, l tht Sth day December, I&>3.and end- and west Ru lt, to Caledonia. sadagi Gerry, and Vermont, to James- and Ghent, to Chatam Four Corners. f Taut! and Halcottsrille, Arkvillc.' : Panama,by Stedman'a, andMayville burg, and Belleville, to Pferrepont. ',* :. ; -r .
:"11 edon Monday, the 7th Jay of August, j From Canandaigua. by Bristol, Allen'sMills town. Erom Hudson, by west Taghkanic An- From Mount Morris! by Tuscarora;'and to westfield.. -S From Sackett's Harbor, by jSmlthvftlt .
;1. 1854.FaixKUf. Richmond MilU, Liron'u. and Lake- From Dunkirk Detroit, (Mich.) cram Lead Mines, to North East. Union corners, to B\ersvillc. From Peekskill, by Yorktown, 'west. Hendersooj Robert's corner and Btllevffl; 1-'
1 71] PICRCC President. DAVID ] rille, to Gencseo. From east Chatham by Chatham. and Mai From Hudson, br Stoc' port, Stnyrcsant From Naples, by Riker Hollow,to Plattsbnrp. comers centre to somcrs. to Pierrepont Manor. .- ::,

R. ATCIUNSOX,President of the Senate.pro From Canandaigua, by Ilopevrcll, Stan- den's Bridge, to Nassau. Falls, to Kindcrhook. From IVkskiil, by shrub Oak Jefferson From backet Harbor,by Pillar Point i a
r ttmpore. Lisa BOTO,Speaker of the House ly Corners, Ferguson's Corners, Hall's Corners From Elizabethtown, by Keene North From Ithlca! by.west Dryden, Peruvill.. From New York by Brooklyn east New Valley, and red nulls,to cannel. to Point Peninsula. .. a 1 ii,

. of lUprewrntativcs.In Benton Centre, Penn Yan, Milo Cen- Elba. Harrictstown, and St. Armand, to Groton, and Locke to Moravia. York Jamaica, Brushville, Hempstead From Penn Yan, by Bluff Point. Branch- From Sagovillc by Lake Pleasant Our .

:/ ( Continuotion.) tre. Milo, north Stvrkey, Big Stream Point, Memtsvillc. From Itbica,by Fcwfield, and Catharine, Branch, Hempstead, Merrick. Farmin ale, port,Italy IIillr.Prattsburg, and Mitchell- man, Wells, Hope centre, ,and Hope. to>
From Auburn, by Fleming. The Square and Rock Ltream to \atkins. From Elmira, by east Veteran, and west to Havanna. Babylon, Deer Parh Thomson's Statiob vine. ? ,'to Bath. Northville.- _. '
\ Sdpwmlle Sherwood's, Poplar Ridge, LcdjardKing's From Canandaigua, by West Farmington cayuta to Ithaca. From Ithica, by Enficld Centre, Trum- SuffoM Station,lakeland Wn rlyMonor.' From Penn Yann, by Yatesville, to sherman's From Salubria by Hector. (Landing, .-. IC

I' II Ferry, Fee Corners Lansing- and Norton's Mills to Farmington.From From Elmira by Fairport, Pine Valley, bull's Corners, a'uta.\"iIle'and Odessa, to ville, Yrphank, Suffolk C. II.. Upper Aquobogue. Holtow. North Hector, Big Stream Point Starkey. -. '.
"1 Tille Lodlowvillc,South Lansing,aud Forest Canajohane, by Sprakcr's Basin, Millport, croton corners, and Havana to Uaranna. : Jamesport, Mattituck, cutchopue. From Penn/Yan, by Milo, Milo .centre, Lodi.Of ,'and westDretden-to Geneva .
: CitVitolthka.rmv Root, Charleston Four Corners,Sloansville, WAtkins From Ithica, by Varna, Etna, Dryden. west Southold': and.Southold, to Green- and North itarkey, to Dundee Fr lil Saratoga Spnngs;by.Wiltot Gan*(.. a ..-
c. Auburn,by Owasco LakeMora'ri'tiuicr'ThU"and and Cent rat Bridge, to Sthohane. From Elmira, by north chemung, and and McLean, to Cortlands Village.. From Perry, by Perry centre, 'Warsaw, eroort. South Glen Falls; Moreaa StaUotu. ,' ,1 4

;; "'- Homer. to Cort- From Canojoharic, by Ames and Sharon Erin to caruta. From Ithica, by Enfield Mecklenbarg, port.From New York, by Jersey city, N. J.. east Orangevile.rangeYille, Jobnsonburg, Fort Eedward,Smith's! Basin fort ana; .

. Springs. to Sharon Centre. From Elmira, by South Port, Seely Reynolds ville, Bennc tsbur3, Burdette, Aquackanock. Patterson, Jnfems N. Y., sheldon, strykersville, Wales and Wales Comstock's Landing .White, Hall,. Law. ;
, "ontico, to. SkancatcVilcs From Canajoharic, by Flat Creek, Ar. Creek, Webb's Mills' French Mills. (Pa.,) Watkins, Beading, Pine Grove, Tyrone, TIamapo Works,Sloatslrarjr,Monroe Works! centre, to east Aurora. Hampton,.Fair Haven,(Vt: ,.)and Uvdetill* '.
gusrille and bharon to Gardncrsvillc. Daggett's Mills, and Rutland, to Mansfield Weston Wajnes Four Corners; North Turners: Monroe, Oxford Depot, 'Chester,' From Pike, by flume, to Fillmore. to Castleton., : -.
to From Candor Centre by West Candor From Elmira, by Fairport, Millport and Urbana, to Bath. Goshen, New Hampton,Middletown now Piermont, by Nyack Turnpike; cbrkstown. From Saratoga Springs, by Greenfield' '
Spencer. TanEttemlle, Cayuta West Cay- Havana, to Salubna. From Ithica by Sh\tersville, Caroline, ell's Depot Mount Hopp. Olisville, Port and Hav f JUFrou.. .*. and. Alvin to Catharine. From Erie, (Pa..)by Phillipsville,Watts- Ritcbford. Centre Lisle, and Lisle;to Whit- Jervis Mongaup, Pond Eddy, Bitrrville, From Plattsburg, by west Pbttsbnrg rinth and Uadley, to Luxerne. .
From Auw l nistco,by Bcnnet's creek,C reen-. burg Marvin, N. Y., Clymcr" Clymer Cen- ney's Point. Shehola. Penna Ijickawaxen. Delaware cadrvjlle and saramc, to Redford. From Saugerties, by Woodstok;to Bears
j and Cavanna to *nd Ready west 'Ireupsburgnd tre, Panama Hlockville, Harmony, Jamestown From Ithica by Dan1 y.to South Danby. Bndge. N. Y.,Xarrowsb11l"lf cochetoo.c\\-\}\ From Pleasantville, by sing sins:, cort- ville. To
From Ausablc rv n south Addison towest I. 'an* Poland Centre, Falconer, From Ithica by Danby, South Danby, koon Depot, Fremont, Eqntmnnk Pa: Undtown, and croton Landm to Peekskill From SaTona, by.Bradford, Tyrone, At- '

Jay,and Upper Jay to X Randol. aud Napoli, to Little Valley. Willsoysville, and Candor' to Owego. Stockport Station, N. Y., Hancock Monn- From Portageville, by Wiscoy Mill's tay, North Beading. and Reading centre, to .
1' From Ausable'Forks, by *. -ek.,. : From Essex to charlotte. (Vt.) From Jamaica to Rockaway.From went Island, Deposit, Lsnesiyiro' Pa.. Si I111- Mill's, Hume Ei11m and east caneadea. Rock St ,. I
Union Falls Met rills villc,Duane.'... .i tesI:I From Farmmg.laic Depot, by Amityville Jamestown. by Levant, Ellington, quehanna Depot. Great Bend Lortersville, From Portage ville by east 'Roy, Pike, From Schagticoke Eatton North Ea*.. '
: Dickinson to Nicollville. I "nd .South Oyster Bay, to Jerusalem clear creek, Ct ncwango, Leon, and Sociality -, KirkwoodrN. Y., conklin. Binshampton Eagle, Eagle Village, china, Soreinia, ,west ton coila. north Greenwich south Argyle,, .1'
\ From Aui&ble Forks, by Black Brook. to Gowanda. i. Union campville Oweso Tiipi centre, Yorkshire,. Yorkshire, springville, west and Argyle to Fort Edward. -"
}i Franklin Falls and Bloomin! ale,to Suran- & Fishei's, by Mcn on, and Mendon From Jefferson,by Morscville, Summit,' Smithboro. Barton Factoryville Waverlfcheuinns. concord, and collins centre, to Gowanda. From &henectad1tb1'Uoffman'. Ferry", .
I and Sn1. to Honeoe Falls. West Fulton and Fultonham to Middle- Fr.m Port Byron Anuteraam'Tribe's .
ac Lake. : Wellsboro Elmin. Bip i Flats by cnnlest..Victorr c.ranesTilte Fonda,. ,
From Bainbridge, by West BainbridgoCovcntryrillc. From Can. Fishkill, by Shenandoah and Kent, burg. east Painted Post, com n! Gibson, Knoxville Martville, sterling, North sterling; and canajouarie. 'Palatine"'Bridge; Fort Plain;. .
j .Coventry, Greene.Gtnegans- T ilIl". ael. From Johnstown, by Rockwood Garoga Painted Post, Addison cameron Mills, south-west Oswego, to Oswego. Palentine, St. JobnsviUe Manheim, LiUl.
r let and Triangle, to Wbitne,' Point. From Catskill, by .... FishkiU.by BrinkcrhoiT Johnson- Lassellville and Oppenhe'.m: to Brockett's cameron west cameron, drain, canister From Port Henry, by Chimney Point, J'alls. Hcrkimer.,'East Schuyler, aDd west

I From Ballstown by West Milton,South Cairo, Acra, South Durham/easL rrgonvUle Gayhead, Courtlandsville:.Bridge. Hornpllsville Almound, Alfred Andover (Vt) to Bridport- Schnjleri to Utica. '. -'

Gain; ay, Gal way, Whitcside's Corners Unionville, Windham Centre, W- *t'mvilJe.t.a Pouhquag. From Johnsburg to Wellstown. Elm Vallcv. WelNvillc. Feio PhillipsvUleBeh From Potsdam, by east Pierpont,. and From Schnectady. by Rexford FUts. .' .
J'royideuceorth Hampton,and Edinburg, Ashland, Red Falls, Prattsvillc, Mon.'Sril1c11 Ti hk H Landing, by Matteawan: : From Jordan to Elbridge. 'i Jere,Friendship cubs jng-I\'e.' Glean crary's Mill's h cantoa. ': Burnt HilU,and IJlston. centre to BaQ- :
I to West Day. Stamford, Hobart, south,'Kortright and Gl ntm, F kill East Kill, Ortunrille, From Katonah,by cross river and Bou- Allejrany. Tunx Great Valler. cott raa2us. From Potsdim station, by Norfolk and stun.townDuanesburgtuakerSee.- "

From Baldwinsvillc, by.Plainvillc,Merc- >1mviUc. to Delhi. and Joho9Vi'lefto! Stormrille. tonville, to South Salem. Dayton Perry }un. Smith's Mills! and Raymond'ville, to Masseai. From Schenectady.by Rotterdam,Prince- :
I dun, Cato Victory, and"c5tbul',to Wol- From Catskill, by Kishatora, Palenville From Fonda, by Fultonvillc, Glen ana From Keesville, by Port Kent, to Burlington Forestville, to Donk'rk. From Pottersrille, by Tannersrille, to ScnonV;. t
cutt. Tanners*'ille, Hunter, Jewett's Centre, and Charleston to Fultonvillc. (Vt.) From New York. br Yorkville.Ilaerlam Mmerrat I'' rio, Middlebnrg, 'Franklmton Livingston-
-I From Bangall, by Hull's )I ls. Fedral Lexington, to Prattsville. From Fonda,by Johnstown Gloversville From Kee villc: by Peru Plattsburg. Molt Haven Morriaama. Fordham. Mount From Pouglikeepsieby! La Grange ville, I villa] Preston Hollow, andtcookaborg. _to

Store,and City, to Amenia. From Castile, by St. Helena River Road Kingsborough, Mayfield, and Cranberry From Keeseville, by Clintonvdlc and. : Vernon. Broruville, Tuckahop Scarsdale, Grouse's Store. Pleasant Ridge..and Wais- Durham. .'. -
From Barcelona by Westfield Hartfield ,I Forks, and Brook's Grove, to Tuscarora. Creek, to Osborne's Bridge. New Sweden to Areable Forks. Morioprille. White Plains. Kensleo. Ne- town.to south Dover. From Schenectady, by East GlenviU,

Mayvilte! ,lIagnoliaysnd Harmonj',to James I From Cattaraugus, by Otto, and Eddys- From Fonda by Sammonsvillc and From Kensico Depot, by Kensico. and peran Pleaaantville chappaqna New castle, From Po ghk epsie, by Manchester cbarlton. Glen ville.'and West charltontho
town. yule, Lllicottsville. Ephratab, to New kirk's Mills. Amonk to North Castle. Mount Risen. Bedford Station. Katona, Bridge, sprout creek Arthnrsburg. ,Beckman Galway? _' "- .
From Barry tows, to Red Hook, Rock From Cattaragut, by New Albion! to From Fonlhatn, by King's Bridge: Yonkers From Kindcrhook, by Stuyvesant Scho- Golden' Bridge. Pur v's Station erot n .and Ponqna to Pawlings. From SchrooB Lake, by Schroon"'River;-
City,Milan and Lafcjctvillc,to Pine Plains. Leon. _' Hastings upon Uidson, and Dobb's dack Landing, and Castleton, Alhiny. Falls; Brewsfer's Station. Pvkemin's From Poughkeepaie, by New Hackensack. .north Hudson,New aEJiJaLethto1nlj
From Barryville by Lumberland, Beaver From ,Centre lVkitOcreek. by White FeiT}','to Ferry town. From Kingston., by, Glasto.' to S uger. I carmel TO\T1\er's, Hariland Hollow, Pat ..Fi.hkiU Plain, Adriance, Stonnville, and Lewis,to Keea ril&' j
Brook, Fore*burg..MoatkellOjStevcnsville, (creek to north Benmngton (Vt.) From Fort Ann, by west Fort Ann Gris- ties. : 1 teroni IrawIi.South Dover.- Was ave: and Pecksville. to Patterson.' -From Schroon, Raver, by ,Adirondac,,ta
aid Liberty Falls, to Liberty. From Chateaugay, by Wrightsville, to wold's Mills Patten's Mills, and Queens- From Kingston, by West'Hurley, Olive; i Amonia, Oblong Northeast Station:Bostnoj From Poughkecpsie. by Pleasant Valley, Long Lake. -, ,- :.- :

From Batavia; by Klba, South Barre Frontier. bury, to French Mountain. Shokao. the Corners Phenicia, Shandakcn, corners. Maz. enpake.N.:"V.. nm alc.i'Washington Hollow,._Hart's_'Village. Mabbet3vnijLithgOTrr -- From Scott,by emproni ., aad Dres .
Barre Barre'Centre, and Albion to Gaines. From Chemung. by Wynkoop cnek. and From Fort Covington, by Hogansburg, Pine mil! Oriffln, Corners dowarillc,' North rapate..MatttndaTe17epo. and Ghent' Amcnia,.Leedsrille. and scrville to.fotQyia.; ...-d..
From Bataru, bEast Bethany, Paul- Smith Erin to Van Lttouville. and Racket River to Masscna. Arkvillc Middlctown Centre, Clark's Factory to Chatham Four corners. Amenia Un'on. to South Amenia., .From Schuyler!! Lake,' .,by Exeter,'to-

lion Coviagton La Grange,and Perry Cen- From Cherry Valley, by Roseboom,Mid- From Fort Edwards. by Sandy Hill, and Andes,.to Delhi. : From New York, by New London, conn.. From Ponghkeepsie, by-Freedom Plain*., west'Exeter.- c. <
tre. to Centre. dldield and \\estnllc to Milford. Glenn's Falls, French Mountain, Caldwell, From Kingston, by Rondout, Amesville to Norwich. Verbank, and chesnut Ridge to,clove. From Seneca'Falls,bycanogii, Last 'VaI 4

From Batavia, by Alexander, to Attica. I From Cherry Valley,by East Springfield, AVarrensburg, Chestertown, and Potters- E opus, and RiverSide, to New Pats Lan From New York* by TompkincvilleStapleton From Poughkecpsie, by cram Elbow I rick and Fayette, to Romulor.Frwn .1

From Batavia by Oakfidd, Wheat*ille, Springfield, Warren, Richfield Springs, MayFlower Tille, to Schroon Lake. ding. New Brighton, and North Shor'to Pleasant Plains.clinton 110:1,w. Schu ltz- Sbokan by OuTS Bridge and Sampsonville .
Alabama and Royalton to Medina. I Winfield, West Winfield, and Babcock From Fort Plain, by Hallsvillo, and Minden From the Kingston route, nt4T Fie' Port Richmond. yule Bull's HeaL and Milan, to Rock citv. ,Kerhonke.. -. .

From Bath by Mount Washington,Bradford Hill, to Clay! ville. to Starkvillc. Lake, by Brushlaud, to Bovina. From New Y rk, by Williflmsbnrg! Frcm Pou hkeepie, by New Paltz Landing From Silrer creek, by' ForrestTillo. and.,? "
Orange Sugar Hill!, and Townsend,to I From Chester, by Sugar.Loaf, Warwick. Frol1 Frt Plain, by Frey Rush, HCKS- From Know lesTiHcj by 3IilkiIleto; Far- speth, and Newtown to Flnshin?. Lloyd, New Paltr,Liberty vilte, ,'TuthHlBrnynswick. Charlotte Centre,to Gerry.- .**. 4't
Watkins. and Edenville. to ,Amity. vhs, and Sprout Brook,.to Cherry Valley. mingham. : From New York. by Manhattanville c .. Redbndge crawford, Ulsterville Trom Silver Creek. ,by ForrestrOle,Ham1let t

From Bath by North Cameron, Came.j From Chester by Florida, to Warwick. From ,Fort Plain, by ifallsvijle, Van From Lamson's by Little Utica, Polk- Washington eight!.Kinshrict T.Yonkers and Burl'ngham. to Bloomingburg. Villa Nora Chary creek and.Clear. ',
South UilL Jasper, and From Chittcnango, by' Perry ille, Fen- Hornsvillc, Springfield Centre, Coopers- yule, and L;}sauder, to Plainvtlle. HaJtinga upon unison, DoWs, Ferry. Fr m Pouglikeepre in Al'ttnv. creek to Ellington. -* ,
ron town Hartwick South HartwUk From Lancaster by east Aurora, Griflln's Fro n bv Salt Point Hibernia From Smclairsville to. Charlotte- :'
to KnoxviUc (Pa.) ncr, and Nelson Ericville. Seminary, Dearman's: Tarrvtown 'Sins Sin?: Croton Ponzhkeepsie. centra.:
From Bath by Campbell'reck,TowlestiUe -I From Chittenango Station by Chittcn Mount'VUion, and Laurens (o Morris. M.lls, west Falls, Golden, and Gl'\.ood, Landing Peekskill Garr'son's coH Spring. Stanfi rdjville, Brngall, Attlebury, From Sing S.ng to Pleasantnlte Depot.: t ,

East Cani.to, Canisto and Bennett's ango, Chittenango Falls Cazcuovia, New From Fredonia, by Doana, Arkwrighjt, to Spnngville. Fishkiil Landing, Carthaire Landin, Jfpw P, .ne Plains, and Gd'atinville! to Ancram.- From Skaneatcles Junction,by.Mottrille**
Creek, to Greenwood. I Woodstock, DC Ruytcr Cujler, Truxton, and Hamlet,.to Villa Nova. From Le Roy,by Roanoke,east Bethany Hamburg. Hugh'onville. Wappin er'" Falls From Pnttsville, by west Lexington, to to Skaneateles.' -

From, Bath by Marsh's and Bennett's to I East Homer, and Homer,to Cortlandt Vii. From Fredonia, by Stockton, Oregon, Bethany west Bethany, and LrooLeville PoughkeepMe, Hyfle Park; Staatsbni-fr, Gnffin's CI rnera.From' From bkaneateles, by South Marcellus,. i I
and Fluranna to Jamestown. Alexander. 'Poughkeepsic. bv Hyde Park, Marietta Amber Otisco
Towksrille. lage. Ellery Rhmebcck;Barry town, Clcrmont fierman- ; Vesper, Tully; 'j
From Bath by Wheeler 1 to Prattsburg. From Cobleskill,by Lawycrsville,Hinds-- From Fulton, by V obey, Palermo, Vermillion ,,From Le Roy, by Pavillion Centre Pearl town Livingston Hudson, Stockporf.Stur- Stratsburgh, Rhnebeck. Monterey Red and Apuiiaj to Fabiiu.,' ." .1Ii

From Bath,by Thurston and South Thur- "me Gardners>ille, Reward, south Valley, and Butterfly Mexico. creek, aufW"oming( to Warsaw.- vesant, Schodack Landing, castleton! and Hook.Upper Red Hook;clermont, 'Livingston from Smithburo', by IIa1sey"a11ey, ; ;
West Addison. and Pleasant Brook to Roseboom. From Fulton, by Gilbert's ,Mills, ,Pen- From Lewiston, to Niagara FalU.'p Grcenbu, to Albany. ,and MilfSurn, tHuJ on. Spencer, and west Danby Ithaca. '

.ton From, to Bath, by Mud-Creek. Campbells- From Cocketon, by Fosterdale.: Bethel, nellsville, and Caughdcnoy, to Brewer-. :From Lewiston, by Rochester, 'Oswego, From New York, to Stonington conn. From ?oughke?pie.by Wapping Falls, From south JJyron by Byron Clarendon. \

Coopers Plains and PaInted Post to White lAke Mongaup Valley, Montioullo, ton. ': Sackett's Harbor, Kingston, can, Clayton, From Newark, by Faimlle ind Joy, to "to- ubkdL Holly, and Marry,to,ifuibarton.From '.
towns Bridgeville, Gales, Wartzboro, and Bloom- From Gales, by Glen Wild, to Sandburg. (N. Y.) Alexander and .Morrutown. to Sod nil. ._ From Purdy's Station,by Salem centre. Onondaga by'Otwco, to VesperFrees .-:
Coming.: Moscow Ogdensburg. and north Salem' to Ridgefleld,.conn.' St. Armand. -Franklb l-
Allen ingburg, to Middletown. Gen35COJ by Cujlersville, I From Newburg Mortonville Salisbury by Fall' to
From By Angelica Ca,tile and East l'ike to Pike. From Lewiston to Youngstown.From From Railroad by .Mill Plain to: Dan- Hamilton, ta Franklin .
Gte Hunt's, IloiloOakland, Nunda From Cocketon, by Damascus, (Pa.) to Perry. XiiI Mills, Blooming Grove, and craigsville to .. county. : : ,
and Mount Morris. Rileyvillc. From Geneva by Stanley Corners, Benton Lexingto, by 'west. and che. Brook's' Grove Ridge, From Cocymans by Coeyman's Hollow B nnyan, Harrington. and U Urbaua to Bushuclavillc'to! Shandakcn. Newburg. by .coldenham, Mont' From Rithbonvillo.by east cameron" and and Southville, n.-b Y ill., ,
to Geneeo- Bath. From Liberty, by Parks II1c,' "Purvis; south Hill to Jasper. : From.Stockton.by Gerry to Charlottft
Donnansville! and Westerlo to South t gomery.an4Thilyjlleto; Blooniingbunr,. ,
Transit Belfast ,
'From lJeIider, by Bridge.flu&ord.Froinflergen Berne. From Geneva, by J Junius.. Junius Mar Rockland, Bcaverkill Shinn 'cree i and From 'Newburp y Middlehope, Marlboro From'Rhmebeck, by Milan.and Pine centre. -, - -f"- 'C; SKi=1

Oramcl, and by Oaneadea East to Sweden From Comstock's Landing, by West- engo Clyde, Rose, and West .Butler, toWolcott. Shavertown.to Pepacton. ." ,' )Milton.and New Paltz Landing. Plains, to the Railroad Depot in'-the town' From trern';;.by Spring Valley, Moa- .
From Liberty by Yonngsville CUikooa of North East. Nanuet
north Granville and Middle P hke"psie. sey, Blauvettsville to Piermont.
Granville ,
and Brookport, to Clarkson. Corners Gor- and North,Branch, to Calhkoon Depot. From Richmonville East 'Worcester, Suffolk v
Granville to Granville., From Geneva by Stanley From l\e\\"bul.by" Walpen TJlsterville, irum C.11i6Y Qooguue to 3 :
From BeVknunton by West Ch&iy. to From Little, Falls by _Manheim'- ntre Worcester Schenevas .Mary landj and south :
From Concord Centre to Java. ham,Rushville, Middlesex,. and Naples., to Ellenville, and Woodbume.to Liberty. Speonk. ?.,'. I .
-- Brockett's Bridge Salisbury Salisbury} Cen- }Milford to Oneonto. From Suffolk C. IL ''
From Cooperstown by Fly creek Oaks- North Conhocton. From Newburg. by Plattekill MoJerut, b1tca ,
FricnDingtiaapton, to KatterrHle, CheoaoR tre, to Devcraux.From From Richmondville, by Summit, ,Char- Good Ground. '
Burlington west Burlington dmes-- From Gerry to Charlotte Centre.From clintondale' New Palta, Aruoldton, Rosen- i "' *: :
Forks, Greene, Eat:Greene, South ton rille PitUfield New Berlin New Berlin Gilboa. by Mine Kill Falls, North Fallsby Etonvillc, Fairfield dale,and fly'Mountain, to Kingston lottcsville, South Worcester. ;and east DavenpOrt From Suffolk C. H., by Baiting'Hollow:; :

Oxford tad Oxford to Norwich. Centre, and south New Berlin, to Nor Blenheim and Brakcben, to:Middl.burg. MiddleviileNewportPoland, Cold'Brook, From New Haven, by Texas; Port Ontario to Davenport. to Wading River. -; ,' -**. 1 !
"Fran Binghampton to Friends rilfe.Frrnn Russia G "esvi1lc and rent n ..F..thto From Rochester by Scottsville, Wheat- From Suffolk '
wich. From Goshen. by New Hampton, State ,. and Richland to Mellcn's Depot Station, by SnvUitowa .
Binghatnblon Port Crane Os- From CoopcrstowflbyMiddlefieldW st- Hill!, Well's Corners, and Minismk, to.Port Trenton.. H From Newport by Norway,to Graysyillc.J land.Munford,Caledon a,o\v'e-3villet York Smith Bi-anck: _aud Stony /..to.JJeUuket ::1 .. ,
boroe's Hollow, Colesrille,and West Colesville and Decatur to Worcester. Jervis. From Little Falls, '-Jacksonburg, From North chili.by chili, and clifton toWheatland Qreign.Je'and; cow. to Mount Jlorria. -H : --. .
to tlarpersrille Barnes From Goshen'by Ridgebnry,West Town Paine's Hollow, and Grain to Warren . From Rochester, by Henrietta. Rush, From Suspension Bndg't Detroit i
*Froa Biaghsnpton. by CAstle Creek From Copenhagen orthville,and by Pmckncy Jacksonville, toLorraine. Uuiomille, Mount Salem, (N. JM)Minismkf C From. Little'Falls, by Danube,_.to New From North Erens. by Pontiac, Versaill- west.Rush Avon,"south Avon, Gene u, From Suaqnehanna Depot t. Pa;, M' .4borLY..Suspiehannacentre ;(..
\ IfjdeVl &tOrnftt t\1 tDCy' Point, Dale Corners. ., f Yn) Wells Comers, and ,State:Hill, to Tille :., .'* lea, and west Perrysburg, to Smith's Mills. Groveland centie, GroT !"Od north Spartaand 'VilMgs, ji i.I

KM r.1 Vantbn.'Btod Mills',. ani From CorningbyCoopcr's, Plains,Uampbclltown Goshen. : :. From Little Falls ,by Salisbury i )to Graysville.1 1.From-Nnnda. via River Road,. to canea- Sparta,.to O nVllle Ilarpcrnllo\ ,. Ninevahr south BaTnVridge. I'M' >..
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Brashers f!sfls by Brasher'* IronWorks Savona Cohocton north, Theresa, West Theresa and Orleans Four ,From Linden, by Middlebury, Wyoming, dea.From'r rth Lawrence, by Lawrcaccviiie Parma, East Clarkson, Ciarkson, blurry,: O teg*, to Oneonta. ,'r -;. ,,] 1,
tad JMcna. t. Hop Bs\ arg.froraBrooklyn. .. A t'oQ Twelve Mile cree Corners, to Lafargeville. Pearl creek., Covington, Peoria Grcigsvillc, and Nicolvillc Hopkinton.: east Gaines, Gaines vest Gaines, Oak.Orchortl -, From 'Syracuse, b1'Oopudaga Valley, *

.'by Flat Bash, und.,2T e. Cohocton Wayland Depot,Livonia Sprmgwater Lakerillc From Great Bend, by Carthage and Deer Piilord, and fepotswood to Geneseo From Ogdcnsburg, by flackville;canton, ,Ridgeway, Jeddo,Johnson's creek, south Onoudaga,and Nav nno, to ;Aobeiv'From :,
Tlrecht to Fort Hamilton.* .west.Conesus,Conelu lSoutb From'Lockport by Pekjn to Lewiston. hlartland and Wright's Corners;_to: Lock- '
and Stafford River,-to Denmark., Potsdam, ifalone, and North Bangor, to : Syracuse;by.Ooondaga castle. ca
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\ From BrowwriUe..by Perch River,Stone Avon Caledonia,' Roy, ,From Gowanda,. by .Perrysburg,. Nashville From\ Lockport by Hickory: ,Corners., chatesugayr .. ..' -. port.--------- > diff, T Ujr'V li 7-.HomerVirtige /w- : k
L and to CiYtOLfraBiifji1o ,to Batavia, Cambria and South Wilson to Wilson. Lisbon From Rochester,by nandford*Landing, -' F
. XJls La&rjtTillsj. and Uanova. to Freedonia. :From Ogdennburpr,.by Wadding :
by.CWktoraga, Laaca From Corning,by Painted Addison Post Cameron, From Great' Bend.by Evan's 'Mills. to From .Lockport,' by Wright's Corners,, .ton,Madrid, Norfolk! Ravraondsville Massena ta.ChUloUe- _.VFromR : -: _From Syracuie,'hy BakliriamlUu J .,; f.,1,
.W.J. ne-Al4ee.IhrIon: Centre Pa4csI RaihboBesriUe west and French Creek J and Newfane. to Olcott. Packet River, and Uoansburg to fort. chester,brwcst Webster, Webster son's, Fultobuth Granbn.aad,..O"t -
odei'Daie VTarsav, ,Eut Mill, west Cameron East Canisto From Lockport by Wright's-'p>mcrs ,. ; Ontario, WuFjamson Sodu, AltOnorLGlagewnaUr'tu .. Falls to Ooego '. -
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,ainate CuUUT .Pa rUeerUl, Hont't .Caoifto, to creek and Smith's Mills, toSilve'.Creek.":" i lIeu Road; and Somerset, to Somerset. FrotnOlean, by PortevHI'ceres, 'Little Walcot From Syracuse lMSUIC. springs' and;:. i -
Post Jlornby .
jIalow ) .e.alle..Whit- From Coming, by From Greene,' by',Geneginslct; Smith-'1 From Lockport. by Mapleton,and Shaw- Genesseoj:Bolivar Richburg 'Wirt. an4 From Rochester,bypencerportMain'aBum -adI&uimtaBricIgepovt.: *'_*_" : ,

wVaUey, &D4' to Her. Beaver,Dams, ana Mureland toWatkInLFro McGraws- ,fll and East, German, .to McDon- nect6Berghoitz, ".,f < Nile,' to Frtendship: ', *<** -* liiockport iloll.\,Halburtoz,Huidd .From ijjracnse,by BaGnaLiTerfoolio4ayh fi 5, .
. ,.n.t1fle.k.. sordis'dt.Village, by I0'.at. ,From Lockport, Locust' Tree, Rapids, .From Oneonta, by North'Franklin Ou- burgh,AluStm'Eagle JIarbor, KnowJeSfille, .Thiw River poiats-and. ,Phoonlx, : to'can ,,
i 4 .:Froa Bofalo, by Ebeneser TiRtge. toowUsrilke. yi11eFjeeto1rq corners. and cast-Freetown, From Greenwich- ',Battenville- -East west.Newstead, North.Clarence, ,and Clarence leon and I redltbtODelhL,.-.': Medina Shelby Hashy Muidleport 'Reynold's 100'". .'*?-"'_.t"I"H. *.. r
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--JACKSONVILLE': of. eItsezitut4prd.;: i istlseEous.Iasjsas: also:the fspn :.received a copy. (ItJin{ :su1icient wharves are beengraded and cross ties delivered, New, TOBC:, January .The Ana j It

gress.'were: ably discussed by the leetnrr abolishment of t office of State.Engince r ,time,tt give:the.whole of it As,i l cot.mom tliaictbreenilesdiatant" from, the, tho, ground,! jt: if,ttcomaended that the telegraphed having arrived at' BaSfrx,
before a :crowded audience evinced and Geologist.. and we opeaea. ;' company .bo. ,authorized :to issue coupon with Liverpool dates to the 22d. .
; SATURDAY JAN. 0, 185. ,jrhich ,- a ittng ,,a1blt.dont Decides..tSi. believe, that c a necessary and bear Sh.reporii nothing new from.ScWtopoL :
thirtyfive'yea -
bonds ruflning .
; thettttaott temaleujectj Ecateetioin! :regard to St._ OID propose 'pb'l Jxt issue 'element in the supporting tncanYb *

-ta f Upoa.the,.close of',the.exercises of the bar.and the, prv'reth.tlonofthe site St :, ) an extensive commerce, can be delivered at tag interest not to exceed .seven percent, .* Prussia'has.sent a special envoy to 'Ion

-: NOTICE.AD day the ,members the Order' forsnedinpmcesicn Johns Light House,'has passed the'House. ,'There is no'portion*of.the Union"more any dour ports from the mines, for a od to the amount ot0l00'ei.'mlIe IxI.yusi't don .* "' '

.. ouBaneaUoM" mvA *r if Mittaan to tVFlotU and 'Bufitington An Act amend an admntageously-1oestcdbygeographiea position not exceeding' that at ad/ other SouthernSCapOfk fuf )iron,and, equipment, and when The proposed enlistment of a foreign le* ,.
(, -
b.rnn.b.:dtncUtt. mb : .nat.bi'uttle t ;;for profitable in vestment in Railroad the iron has been, laid on the first twenty glen ias caused an exciting debate m, th. .
J urr.B.. : K. COLE 'a't incorporate Jacksonville the Golf fide hare the nob'bays '
no.I."It. low or.wIC'i. DQ.G. title enterprises than Florida; nor is,there oneupontheJeveIopment Upon we miles has British Parliament. .
Jaamar?. tS. of the Stt where they partook of a collalion. 'and Alligator Plank Road Company, and PenMOola, St. Andrews, and Tarn miles, and'a furtherlength'dftcn Cotton ,continues unchanged, except ia .'

T ,Watwt't Jla'or r.bfmarh was refer tOtho, committee. ,Interna improvements pplto' pa; besides many others sufficient capacity ; been graded and cross ties delivered a futher Fair Uplands, which have"declined l- th.
; CHANGE. and their rich they made a Improvement* -. effect' Our climate is unequalled for the. otinbaodatioa.ohDY" amount, Issue bonds In same ratio is to be Sales of the week foot up 4.2,000'bale; of
.; With tbsnuoiber. of the paper the undersigned 'ria 0 in the Union for its moderate and of Gulf trade. made and for successive sections or which taken
fine display. No..1 is, as The bill accorepaning the report of the ref'oroin so on 3,500 were by e r
th =
Forida We hare felt restIng
regrets to say that hill connf'C equable temperature and general helhfol justified, miles. 1,000 on .. Fair
Con with the 'FLORIDA News" ceases. He the speaker expressed i ,t"pioneer log Board Internal 'Improvement has passed DeM: the
To the doe attention -
it being the oldest the State, and the of our own limits. ensure ,
pro industry,1productive
i some ; Trade Manchester,
Hole !in has lot
"eta it < lightly
of '
on account so suddenly sun- the inter it
to ihe
in a prosperous Cndtiona any; Hone bill entitled An Act to define the extensive forests,,abounding in valuable The ability of such a system to maintain payment of proved.Breadstuff's. ,
tfering those ties and associations have, bbl should be made the duty of the Preside ,
oter lodge in the Order.; owns a good boundaries Nassau and Duval counties woods; unlimited natural ptug cp itself is next discussed! by the Board*- and, Board of Directors under, suitable are quiet but firmer. Canal
been formed eteuln ( ble ,
thebieTperodofsbsI awl supporting numerous Aside from the local 'whlth.the, flour closed at 43*,} Ohio at 46s. Cora .
Hall, has succnttfund in the Treasury have been indefinitely postponed. the without support penalties, ''to present a sworn statement
and horses seasons
year's of the editorial &r. throughout has advanced 6d
to enable efficiently in By and with the, advice and consent or the aid of the agriculturist; and extensive roads will receive from? the commerce and every six months of the gross receipts of 55&.'l flowcIosing at 54sY
,.Circumstances, however, render it necessary ,thegoodwor1AaJacksonviIle,during the the Senate, Governor Broome has appoint. belts.of lands, of fertile and travel of tfie State, it is urged' that be the part of the road completed, and the expenses and at
that he should do and be has agctur' of it and
trans- and
/ so working maintaining
winter season, is a for invalids, this ed Wm. Ledwith and Geo. H. Smith Auctioneers durable ". in large compare streams of travel between the Atlantic and< lEW'ORLEANS MARKET-RIOT.
:'Jered his, interest in the concern to Mr.Jos.T. resort live the richest staples-Upland and to pay into the Treasury of the State, subject '
Rogero who has had charge of the mechanical Lodge probably more frequently c1e for the connty of Dnval,and B.B. Sea Island ieldt: Cottons, Sugar, and fruits of aU Gulf of Mexico are to Cuba, to,.the various to the'order of the Trusteesthe, amountof Nzw OK LIU 59, January I.-No business

upon to watch over sick brothers,and bury Canova Auctioneer for the county of St. the latitudes. We have an extensive sea crossing of the Isthmus to Texas, to New interest payable upon the bonds issued to report to-day. ;

department from the commencement the dead of other than any other Johns. cast abounding with valuable fisheries Orleans, Mobile and, Appalachicola l and if tho net receipts ,will pay the said interest On Saturday nfeht, in a riotous outbreak;

v of the paper. )fr. Rogero is a good Lg. and intended with the finest commercia' demonstration that besides dividing six per cent among among a parcel of rowdies, four men were
the United is comment sufficient The bill for the creation of the new county that it is capable ,
Democrat, 'an excellent practical printer Stt. I harberihich the South affords, both At the Stockholders upon the amount paid i in badly cut in the_ abdomen three of,whom
to that has never been known ,of Tolusia! has both Houses and the shortest quickest and most comfortableroute -
say ,
and I doubt not will himself worthy i untie and Gulf. Yet with all these bles by them. But if the net receipts do not were mortally wounded. Two men among
prove to fail in its duty. been.approved by the Governor. our and devel! can be made through Florida, using amount to so much. then the Company those charged with the offence have been.

oCtbe' patronage which I now solicit for ---- -f A-bill to changing the name of the county -'sinfr'tur ry prs. oneos.. other of the Gulf ports for debarkation should be required to pay in fi percent a arrested. _

:"him'-from the pu 1it" PAVILION.It This has been owing I or one half of the net earnings,the remainder
EVJ'j of St. Lucia to Brevard has also"passe* suspension growth according to the Doint of destination.In .
Readers theEw.1'' have but just will be seen by an advertisement in tfly! to or. availing to,be d.vided'ansong the Stockholders.This QUA
both,Houses. ; fiurin lies regard to trade, it is said that'the
The trees of California the most
made to are
Christmas" with due and arrangement is ,encouraj
wished and
a "Merry '
you a another column that this PAVIUOX ,
spacion A bill to bank at Jacksonville Gulf of Mexico'is a basin "forming throug wonderful of that State
incorporate a natural advantage-that of geographies stock subscriptions, by enabling persons 1f part_ extraordinary
"Happy New Tear" through ita columns, or SCIEXCE AND ART will erected at the has failed to receive a twothr vote. position. With one shore upon the' its tributary rivers and its connections the limited estate to take and hold stock, as concerning them ,we' find something more

I must. now bid yo'u FAREWELL 1 corner of Bay and Newnan streets, on theBiteforaerfy Atlantic, confronting the great br natural recepticle for the products of the well as to favor the Counties in the subscriptions in the papers. The Placer Times mentions '.

.: : WM.>K. COLE. occupied by Byrne's Building, ( distribution and consumption for Southern that is to hereafter recommended to be au- a spruce pine log, twenty-six feet long
COMMtNICAED.CHRISTMAS. largest area producing country
thorized. _In the Internal which turned out 4000 feet clear stuf without '
and will for the entertainment of our and Western staples, and on the other the case Improvement -
The readers of the "Fl.oaiDANEwS" will open greatest basin of commercial supply which be found any where in the same space upon Fund should be required to 'pay for knot windshakeK.. The tree made

perceive from.tllt foregoing announcement citizens a six o'clock on Monday evening, The birthday of CHRIST It is a day o t the presents; these two seas divide the globe," and,that this with the vast pro- any deficiency of interest the Company 13,000 lest clear lumber. Trees of other

ofdiowithdrawal.of Mr. Cole its late able January 8th. Judging from the strengthof love, thought I,a"Merry Christmas"cam by an.glob so narrow, compared with dact.iona'otthe Pacific countries,which, by should be required deliver.to,the1 Tru species are much, larger-for instance;theredwoodsome

: the company, their complete ppointment ringing in my ears from hearts a fresh and< the States North of us, that we may claim canal or roads, must seek the Atlantic tees stock in the Road to an equal amoun. of which' will tarn oat up.
ditor and proprietor, from the connection wards of 100,000 feet One such
To guard the fund from being called tree will
hold from nature the key of connectionbetween uponto
and the published we expect dew dispelling gathering to
may pure
with the paper, that it has been transfered prrmme a morning them with one of the finest bar through the same basin, will furnish more pay interest before' the iron is laid, the build two houses, each :two stories 'high,

to the undersigned, to' whom all future a rare entertainment clouds of loneliness from my yearning bore of the Atlantic; ,upon one side, and business even than the system can accom Company should be required to deposit the and fifty feet ,square, furnishing ,alt &hesquaro'

communicaUon* will be addressed and allremittanceamade. heart, and a the childish forms disppar with a series of noble Jbaysxand harbor date especially as the transit through! first semi-annual instalment of interest a. timber, planks shingles &. 'Th.

FOREIGN NEWS. ed on their mission of joy, I felt WI in upon the Gulf each more or less convenient Florida will be more convenient and cheap the time of receiving the bonds,and should following account .of big trees seems almost
The undersigned, in New Year cme. in very quitely in re deed a day of love. to one or other important stream of trade be obligated to lay the iron upon the sections incredible t "One of the ''tress i.
of the
other line out
thus himself to the than by sea, or by any named Father Pine. This is and
announcing numerous to news domestic or foreign. The intelligence or travel we have only to suitable for which the bonds are issued within dead is
gar Ten a borne on zephyr'swIngs ; open limits of the State. It is said that none or fallen to the earth. Its
uhacribers and patrons of the "N r.Wi."regrets received by the steamer Atlantic, whspr a avenues of connection to draw through the the current sue months.To dimensions areasflullows
that be compelled to beg their indulgence the 18th December cme my soul saying: "Ma 1 ma! State the greatest tide commercial intercourse the points at which the produce of the gulf guard the Internal Improvement : length! four hundred feet;dream

for the dearth of editorial mattertht which left Liverpool on The sound was far to low for the ear t the world has ever seen, and to basin now collects are suited for a large for Fund from loss,the bonds so issued should ference, one hundred, and.ten. The trunk.of "

is very meag. It is said that nothing can bear, but not to low for a mother's heart bring ttur State into the relation cia centerto eign commerce. Galveston admits of vessels constitute a first lien upon the road, equipment this tree is a hollow, which hasx een
fur while in its columns
may appear a done of view on account traced for a distance of 1aiiiai and
point the social and commercial connection ofa ,
b mihtry to feel. In the cheering of kind depots, warehouses workshops and
presence under twelve feet the .
hut he hopes in a short time to be able to of the heavy rains. Omar Pasha was large portion of the Union; rendering$ it! only drawing franchise with suitable provisions (or enforcing fifty feet There is little pond of water
friends, that sad whisper died away ; and Mississippi only about thirteen feet and d0 in the centre of Jtns cavity four feet in
procure the services of a competent personto nineteen battalions of at thus an inviting field for the enterprising lien in case of default.To .
embarking troops when I beheld around me the kind husband depth. The tree two hundred
of commercial and not more than ten feet can be carried into and fifty
take charge of the editorial department render the roads of certain usefulness -
Varna fur the Crimea. a dssicult.ar
the wife the affectionate feet from the is no less than twelve
confiding Mobile at high water. It isshown that on the State the in stump
.f the when for in mecic to leading particulars
paper, cause complaint Parliament had rc-asscmbled and the feet in,' :1he'dnater called 'ThoTtee'Si.te
mother-al! 5 joyously greeting the loved avenues necessary to this purpose the 16th of May there were on the bar at their construction should be specified, en .

this respect will cease. Queen of England in her speech spoke oC ones at home, I felt it was a day of love. have not heretofore been opened, has the mouth of the Mississippi eight vessels, su ring first class roads; and a uniform guage .two feet in 8z'circumference taken together and,are three ninety-hundred '
The undersigned would also announce admirationand been owing to the limited resources of cashcapitalat shoulk
the in the Crimea with and for througbtrainj !J
that although there has been a change in army The day was passing away,and a I gad the command of our people, and the aggregate value of vessels and cargoes be required.arrangement .- feet in height The centre is bare_of .
It is said however the
the of the "NEWS there gratitude. westward upon the setting sun. I saw, or ]I the inability of the State to contribute to being i a million and a half of dollars, the the branches for two hundred, feet above ther
proprietorship It will be perceived that under
speech had no effe't on the funds. BY&tem ground. 'The Mother Tree'is nin ty-OssO
fancied I form and infant their The time has
saw, a manly an come detained from fire
cnstrucion vessels to
will be no change Its PRINCIPLES which Since the English and French Governments of the Board it being eighty- proposed there can be no probable ultimate and a half feet in,circumference and three "
far, and in my spirit ear were breathed now wben opinion three At Mobile vessels of loss to the fund for tho roads amappurtenances "
its columns will advocate and sustain, from have absorbed is in to stimulate an early con- j hundred tn-en tv-five feet high. ,'The Mother .
so our power tI
those by which they hate heretofore been many Dail-rrier their thrilling tones of love. But, alas!! struction of the and wo draft have to lie 28 miles below the city, would certainly be worth! and Son' are ninety-two feet in tircum- '

governed. in their military operations, arrivals of the shades dissolved the vision bright, and owe it to ourselves necessary to put work Stt at once and are loaded and discharged by means'oighters. the cost of the iron and eqipment provided ference and three hundred feet in height
steamers are not frequent as fur them. united at the base.. The Twin :
a formerly. I[ then felt that there was no Christmas for upon its career of This charge of lighterage amounted Sisters
The fcNE\vs, will continue to advocatethe Whit momentous intelligence the one that me until we three maet in Heaven.MarroaT means at prog.Te of the State Nor would the fund be long inactive i It one hundred feet in circumference three

principles of and do battle in the ranks is now cleaving the deep on her way to our of 500,000 acres of land, selected to $227,000 on the commerce of a single the roads proved profitable; for i if the hundred feet in, height. 'The Pioneer' "
Dec. 25th, 1854. consit season and it was estimated that cotton roads were able to the sinking fund in- Cabin's is a remarkable curiosity.' This
of the old well tried and approved orthodox shores there early date, in bodies of 320 acres,and pay ,
U bring, are none sagacious of talm nt and the interest tho bonds tree has been partially burned: the resultof
Republican and Democratic It their ; and an amount of SwampLands was damaged to the amount one eighth upon ,
: proceeds
still the traditions and party. of enough t determine,. and we shall have to MR. EDITOR: I see by the Republicanthat likely to reach the quantity of 10-, per cent a pound by transhipments in com- by t investing the sinking and Internal Jinprovement -. the scorching the dividing d the

reveres usages wait awhile longer t find out whether Sebastopol its Correspondent, Cassiui, persists in 00000Gof) ( acres. A portion of the :, New Orleans Funds, with their accumulating thInk into 'several, compartments which

that party,and reposes confidence and hope has taken the allies or that he was once a Democrat, and of the last description are not of ld'. >arrison to shipments to interest, in the guaranteed bonds, i it are known as the "parlor bedroom and

in the integrityand ability of the statesmen DOt saying value, but other portions will have large I which on the crop of one year, made a l loss would not be very long before the fun kitchen.' The hollow, which is one hun
his last
stIles a"my r uncaio th This added to the would be under control of the state. To dred feet in height is the the
who have so long bad the confidence of the A LITERARY VISITOR.We I o value for agricultural purposes and for lumber $167,230. expense ;
Democratic party. Now, l. in and naval stores when of would have suf-- expedite this result it might be provided I tree; is eighty-are feet in circumference.
and who hare so often I penetrated by lighterage, given a sum
people safely guided have
frequently in our sanctum, a .'
my communication to you last week, I or reduced by agricultural adap: that after a road shall for five consecutive 'Siamese Iwius, ninety-five feet in circumerence. -
our country through the perils which visiter who literally devours our exchanges.This I stated it firm belief that CassIus was rairoa icient to have transfered the cotton shipped years pay the sinking fund instalment, the ( and three hundred and twenty-fire

have beset it. Believing the Democratic visiter being neither more or less than a my tt.ion drin. best to recommend theconcentration II at :Mobile to Fernandina. interest upon its bonded debt, and a divid- feet in height. 'Guardian' the Times,' .

party to be sufficiently progressive to keep sleek "wee bit mousie" with the prettiest not a Democrat, and I yet see no reason to j>f these means upon a system Besides this,the business of New Orleans end of six per cent. to* the Stockholders, ighty-five feet In.circumference1 and three '

alter my opinion. I believe this Cassius of having to the : and Mobile is interupted by climatic mor- the state should be at liberty to apply the hundred and twenty-fire feet In .height.
with all real changes,t hat improvement
occur of er
pace may that mousdern can produce ,
pir ear be a man of straw, manufactured for general commerce well local is accruing interest of the Internal Improvement 'The Old Bachelor, eighty-one feet .in-
t which Femandina
in our country, and the.only true conservator Hs approach i generally heralded by a occasion, for their not a .Democratic th necessity\ants o; for the growth a of the State a Snpuputio tality, from of exempt, Fund to other' objects, so long as the circumference, and two hundred and nine '

of tho Constitution and the Union, rustling uf and upon turning around, breathed i in his whole ,' 'and wealth being thus most affecting more' or less the cost factorage, roads continue to make the same income.As ty-seven feet in height. ,The Old Maid* .,

this paper will have no affinities with any we behold papf little eyes peering out thought or feeling. rapidly developed, the means necessary for freights,.&c. The effect of these Improvements a farther guard to the interest which seventy aix,feet.in circumference 'and two "

modern isms. from brgbt cuniction. local connections and improvements would will be to furnish the Gulf with a the State fund will have in the success or hundred and seventy-five ,feet In height.
the and
corner, anxiously taking an I do not believe that any one, once imbued soon produced. Atlantic and it is that the roads and as well to maintain their Uncle TotnV Cabin,' ninety-four feet in
thus very good port, supposed
announced the future
Hating briefly observation. satisfied that we are in with Democratic profitableness as to make fully tributary tour circumference and three hundred feet in
I principles could sosoon The system recommend. for aid consists of time Fernandina will become .
course of the "FLORIDA NEWS," the entirely good humor,he then skips about forget them, and repudiate of M Railroad between the waters olSscambta in process > developement the advantageous geographical heigbt 'Pride of the Forest,' eighty-seven .

undersigned would respectfully solicit the the floor and sometime busies himself un entirely Bay and the St Johns River at the great sea-port of the Gulf ports for position of the State, it is recommended feet in circumference, and three hundred .J
his party upon such frivolous pretexts. trade. Under these circumstancesthe that .enactment be made which feet Two Friends' '.
zealous co-operation of its old friends and der the chair in which we sit writing Jacksonville, with A extension from suitable foreign an height. eightyfiveeet
Her the following: "1 think it would puzzle will secure these routes from ,the dangerof in circumference and three hundred
in the extension of its circulation points on the line, t the waters of St board feel warranted in the belief that ,
patrons Becoming bolder by impunity, be will probably Brutus t prove that being a member Andrews Bay in West Florida, and the St. the proposed is capable of sustaining rival lines,by which the trade properly I'feet in height These trees are ,embraced ..

and business. fall a victim some time t his confi- of the Democratic party in its corrupt Marks River in Middle Florida ; and from system tending towards them might be drawn off. 'I in an area not ..exceedibg'one half mile,in

JOS. F. ROGERO.JE lence in man, and find too late that- form a great honor.present" In Amelia Island, on the Atantic t the water itae1tprofi4bly. While it would not become us to refuse to I extent.. ___'

Tb t.it laid plans 0'mic and men i very it Tampa Bay in with The next subject which occupied their commerce a transit through our limits, its A TRICE CITT GLASGOW. A
or TUB or -
JE= are indebted to the lion. A.E. present corrupt form indeed! Why, the Forid still allowable in' due regard to the best '
Gang oft glej." A extension to Cedar Key Florida attention related to the mode in which aid recent number ot the Delfkat., Ireland .
Maxwell for a copy of Patent Reports and Democrats since last October must have ; 'and to connect the country interests of the State to secure as far as ,:
eat is Northern Whig contains the
these It
should be given to works. con- : following reference
other documents. 'The Wm. Penn waded through a sea iniquity to so tho of the St Johns with the system,and thusto may be consistent with the general interests to the
lost steam
steamship reported that section more fully in cluded that companies constructing these and rights of trade the benefit of our ship,City ofGlai-

New YEARS WEATHER.-The weather on as lost,during the storm in the Black Sea, roughly disgust one who pretends to have ita comprehend benefits, we recommend also the construction lines be authorized to issue bonds to the position to the advantage ,of our own people. 'golD: '
ought with zeal with them then. Ah! Mr. Our State of has fcA correspondent of The Mail, at Camp.
harbor ofConstantinople.
safe in the neighboring Georgia
now reported
New Years day was warm and delightfuL i a of a Canl.t connect Indian River extent $10,000 per mile,' the interest of <
?assius-Mr. Old Line Whig-Mr. Present with the aid down, at the last session of her Legislature elton, states that Saturday .last whilea .
Garden were putting forth their blossoms -- Jofns. which might guarantied by allen upon herd boy was walking alone the sborat '
peas '
the rule of !her
Know Nothing; this won't do! and I feel Thee improvements, with roads from governmentuponthis -
in the open air,with as much impunity & W. Dorr the hero of,what In that never were a Mun in the direction of Cedar Key and the Internal Improvement fund upon condition point, in tho following words: Ballocbgair, be picked up a portion of.,
u if frost were a thing unknown. t oma juat.ife asserting you rom Montgomery to Pe and to that the bonds should pass only for "There is nothing' (says her Committee) the bow of a vessel" which, bears.every
the Rhode Island rebellion
emocrat "Fool who you can with 8la mark of belonged to Abe ill-fated
i your some other more eastern our system payment of iron and equipment, after the illiberal or selfish in tho, determination oC having ,.
JOgtT couple of subscriber called upon dead. painted mule.." I do not feel inclined t will complete all the desirable lines bed and wooden snperstruction was Georgia to seize upon' those gifts of nature steamer. It has OB it,in large glided' char-

.us the other day for'what they designated of the number. BRUTUS. for a prosperous road and a.bounteous .Providence,.,which seem'to 'cters, nol'"much defaced,- "City of Glasow -
z.The' Canada are warmly b : Iyatm for the iron the whole debt thus and in the "Let
prepared ; Glasgow
ndby corner,
p writ ( by the have been so exclusively- own ,
u certificate*,of character. We soon .I b od refernce t map, iourish." This which Is .
recommending that the visit Canala COL. KINNEI'S EDPEDITION CENTRAL : in the ,will created constituting a first lien upon, the their proper and judicious use'to secure memento, probably
ascertained that they merely wanted a TO every County Stt b all thai'will be of the noble, .
ever seen
next summer, by which time hey sup- W. more or lens for her own people the greatest possible .

Printer's receipt,which was readily furnished ,pose the war in Europe will have ceased. AMElcA-ol.or cloniztion L Kiey'America expedition and system of.r. So far as th 0 may te road.Various modes came under the review of advantage. Such':determination la in nowise vessel from, was whence taken.to,It the was offlce'uMr..Watson forwarded to tho-'. .:

at the rate, of three dollar each. he establishment of a confederated afford aid ( improvements the ben- Incompatible with her political or social ,
U.S.MEDIATION IN EUROPE.-The Wasb- public in conjunction with the r eft wilt bavobeen as equally dispensed to the board, the first of which was a gratuity relations to other :states or ,their inhabitants niildrra, Messrs.Todd"& McGregorOlu-" ,

InoaliUlox WASTED.-Infonriation is ington Corresponpent of the Philadelphia States there, is said to be nearly sver different sections a Would be' easily or bonus of the lands to the companies.New .1 and they quote approvingly the gow identification. .' ,

wanted of William McCauley, a native of stL'To Washington correspondent of racticatle; ,and to each. section' of tho York Mississippi, Texas, Illinois and remark o!Governor Bigler"or Pennsylvania, otis REVOLVER*-'The English r -,:
enntylcanian : .
.theoouuty of Armangh Ireland for says Post : i State is afforded opportunity levelop in his last Message to Legislature, that 1 '
.some says a Maryland, furnish'precedents' for such a tate that. the number of the repeztiri"
Mr. mediation resolutionswill the wrowth of a harbor of ,within "where no principle of,commerce is violated .
Cingba'l I told the colonel that he -
fifteen resident am by expects com r manufactured
Columbus Mr.
years past a House ,but did' not deem this method of pistol revolvers by>' .
pass and the question al!- to with three hundred emigrants from own limits. course, it is the right and duty of the Stateto
Ga. Address this office, or his brother, asked, whom the President sendacross lai it it obtainirigaiddecessary. ,They recommend turn her natural to the Jolt during the past two years, amounts to
ready wi the port of New York before the end of adopting system, was necessary to advantages promotion two hundred thousand. The. Viceroy of
,Ceo._McCauley, Belleville, Canada West the'Atlantic pour' oil on the troubled aiioajy. These may have made,all .their Ascertain if we possessed within our ow however, the >grant of alternate sections of the views and welfare'of the Egypt has lately ordered :5000 of them for,
waters of Europe. Will it be a commi"sinoCono suitable, harbors State." Without examining into the bearing 0'
A TLORIDA LENOX/We have been ,'. argmet a well as the thousand more brer upon the two where theroad passes through State lands, the eqipment of his cavalry f-and the British -. '
,two or tbree. The names of:the of these views,we quote them as worthy
Baltimore New Orleans commerce -
su fortheammodtlo tJ e'utent Board of Ordinance des tched"-someuneago -
shown grown and to usually granted by
a lemon upon the banks of Tyler Fillmore a seriously and other cities who go on their own reswnsibility. ; to be considered.To '
oTrourra ten thousand to the. Baltic fleet
4- ,the'S t Johns river, which measured eleven mentin here in connection :with The proposal is to pay ,those for otherij.i p b necessary t and with such limitation, will preventany induce an early construction ,of the -New Haven, Register. ', ,

and a half bches in drcumference. Among the' prop peace the commission. The ex- who enlist u soldiers and officers the same pint or improvements suitable con- title pasting,until the roads'are made. roads,'it might be provided that no Company We,are told that the profit:on ;each of
great model Republic settling monthly as they would receive s with the system of our neighboring! It is this will increase the value of should be entitled to the guaranteedto '
quits*.large lot there were few less than the with the, loss compensation ., thought these pistols at the wholesale price can- .
incfeet of Etcr quelt.io in the service the Unit States, States. : the! reaidue'of. the lands,'and therefore ben the bonds for any part of their route not not be estimated at ,leu than five dollars,.
nine drcunxOjm.ce.The ink! What
a :
only bnt.h' a ,Upon the we the harbor
the former also receiving a of 640 possess constructed,within five years from the date
AtUc in whice Cot. Colt's profits on the
case ,
spectacle for the old of Europe to gnt. of is the efit the State. Boston, Mobile, New York ..
proved,by Hydrographical of the
Co acres, and the latter 1,280. the Act, and Companies undertakng mentioned above .manufactured
Charleston comes Don-fgbt 200,000 as
3 Mercury to '
contemplate. If we a commission 'who Surveys made city and'Louisville l are instanced to show should be their
t lug settlers, are expected unernthrti required to commence ,million
t in two 'would amount. to a .
if years '
enlarged, 1x4 iu1predwith the New let us have such commission themselves will have about 160 acres sOrr or the United Stt' b the immense increase,of property resulting ,:work.grading. twenty miles within two ollars. These figures seem almost. 'incredile. -
The! whole would endorse their
country of the
1jw. ens the
for the delicate work it they emigrate within the first:twelve purposes from>,Railroad connections., It is shown.byan years. : .-{Advertiser.LOAX ..

izr: The American Koiluay Gittdt, prmt.t fLu _, months. otcomm is.The to b CoudSout'or extract from the'Pacific Railroad ComP It will be perceived that the bonds are I
& of
Bl' allowed[ to'bear' a maximum interest of :ASSOCIATION- At a meeting thaOgfethorpe
foi the United States published, by, Dins.more Iy and closely with Yn Missouri that lands along the line
GONE TO THE; WiRs.---Last .week, a Jadl J an average even'pecvcentr Of seventy-six different Mutual Loan ,Association,last;

ft Ox, No. 9 Spruce street N. Y., is cent RECRCITING severe weather roa ,THE has.aJnT r young American .-engineer of-talent,-and dell',bf 35' to let, entirely; without of. that ,road..have trebled*hi'-value, and kinds of Railroad bonds--,issued c',by, 'fifty :vening, the total readied &,.at rates. .

'before'us. In th .days of fast travelling. rush to the several recruiting stations, of skill, who had successively sne in the ound; extenslve anchringe' "wit'io)holding lands that were recently held at one dollar two different Companies,' ,.thirteen pay; an i o' premium averaging 501-2.,per"cent 'vHo

.1,1U bl Omp&m he ; navies of England, Russia id', .United : largest andflfty cents per acre,'have been sold for annual interest of nix per cent, fifty five I. .'
army States sailed from, for poSsible commerce, and having a frontage I&Y.
'ariuaiptohhar t Eu lay seven percent seven 'pay eight percent ,EVERT o1fL-A Texas exchange .
j .tl1 say that.Coartena)'. Book approach ember last of In response to him ofQYe.fyo miles,,along the whole extentofwlsidtMrvesof2O ten dollars. and pays ten per 'cent. 'Most of 'that the earth Is'so kind in that.state,that_ -
550 in all
men were\"enli.t"
and Stationary store,.Broad street, Char and.1338 were, This coven the, Emperor of all Russiaain to enlIstinlilsservice. 25 to 50 feet will r The next method considered was by subscription the gouthern and Western.Railroad bonds ust .tickle her with, .a, hoe and she win
of 35
rejected. depth to feet ofwater. '
The the '
most advantageous s. I 'to the'stocks the in companies per
oa'iIU.; pines to get latest publications operations the month of all the ruit and flattering He a Sea Island, and thus secure of be-

stationary. lug stations except at Nashvie took him -hrtr.weatlloung lug very similar it its to healt St .This,was deemed unadvisable, one objection 'Infuriher'aid', of the 'srkniibe. Board '
and Alton.and which t Im' recommend, that'the Counties ArriVals atHote1s. :
Il whom ..ngustineThe ,tho is being that "such connection political through ,
upon ba
_'_ ,
.rzr-'rom California *we learn that a bare not yet been beard ., 1 and who for,a few months back a aat thus given in a lat report of the Topographcal -agencies,', .with work of' this nature, has which the roads pashbe'authorized' to sub- Bd.te..HoUe., : .,:.-

Rsl&* Privateer had arrived. at San' Fran w "Venzoe fresh J rat and tender from in training under. his oxpee4pd. ski-! Eng bur t Cngs viz:."Thf heretofore' proved so objectionable as'to lcribiUor one half Stock the"'to eostr an,of amount constructing nofelceedng .24-B M 'a's C(8 aST5uacs. ''

cises having4 escaped the .Allied, Fleet.'ibe'.teamship .- the forest, is cheep now :St Louis ,thanbeeC'mucorprk. Cu instrton, I is -- 'at"th cripple.their credit part of.the road which--lies within their A Plummet;Bostoa. J MRorTtaiK Btwff
Andfrom feet
} Star of the West sailed To editor of. the .; / t during mits,,and that'the 'Town* ,and Cities.'athe ! \ : have seen fine talent,and is now 0 _. The third t method by"Ioan of credit b Va II 8MJ Fla 8C'. .
4ipinwaUcabe23d with $700,000 tntII i BoMELAXCHOLt 1"a ? Uiufflcieiicyofthis'harbor', terminal,poin r, and 1..the.roate alpia; j JR-B { | ,
ta oldand-250. passengers.: The' Frigate quarters' bought four cents a pound re- ever.possible.- frb' ws of domestic and foreign or what .is tantamount guarantee, of the, authorized to subscribe in their' corporate ;Clark, G.f/BW }('Tl SamBtUMams.)' "

:.te Colnmbb with the United States Minister &Uy;'aud's&ddles'. a bought by,the --- ---- l .YJ. .found ,hy,;& reference bonds of the company," .this' .hing the cbaracter,,.without, limit' in amOunt and jsa.i-G.eSton.Isr' .n%Tltu" :to i
dozen at-fight cents. QcC anczQsidiy with,the'consent of.tho Company .provided Maria .Ala A Rob.ttzdef Col HeQMfeXntoa .
!Guatemala U ejea ,1853,'that there mostjisuaf of.aid by6 tales, to comps* WM, ) .
w board had arrived '
on : attfreytojrawbeathrejbBritUb last, WUiiam ITlyJO < ., vessels*out'often however both cases the subscription ria;LA Tbotaaa.'S t UOB D L','Y.ke.
rogfadaiDa.-A lesunderk1ngmportantpubiOworki.'TRaiourr3faryIand
TROOP detachment of 11 : :
: .
A. P*
men-of-war, son orln f t sanctioned by the vote of a majority of rLs4. : -' "
three hundred and tbi11b fo theCompanies I rnzdeJi a' I' d lacttlr11re : tb.legal voters in such."Counties; CltlesorTons"wbomay .daonBs .' ,.'
fr.ftxpdJ. '. of the. 'Artillery, Ctl ij8.d"W, .',)i tt 'drw -'ret. r. North arid Carolina Massachusetts .. J ;
Iid voteaa4'tMt'IfbOndsare : "
t ,
b from.NYorkfvrthatiitetIpJsOlsCl4ri1tmu is ilistoftbese thlr- '>Norceeive_ ,, 3C7-Tbe jury b the case of Wro. Ar-. serving F1qI4aIbarked .tin-up,h was o Vrra 6 sbowingtheIrburthenan4jhfts bays n.'.tu;, andjcities ,andSven issuediortbej subscription, .the, Slock"shall : 'r '

.ttfCfl.Uiedf for lb*marder d Alliwin'and afternoon,at and 10t..hocdDfJ: v private- companies\ ,have,doW the same for not'.be'asslgnabl!< xcept in"" exchange .' 1"L1'_" I" 1 '" ,) .
a4dockasaled by \he alleJ'15" "
to1W'u'rlifC ed i : rem the StOckiBozdsuutU they"urn.ea.o. t' ., :. ..., : .
CVncmnatti t .
libTi1nfrrnelhZach1ne .y i bg whonheefl'i1. ." 5 vcaseisAre feel stimulating o'.iticb'wciks.at''tbajettled eeii collateral. .
be tahaUDeheld
as a security o'JaekJH .
hive found*verdict of juMty l 'ot murder in kIT; .11tt. ,' !.Anl.Let 1 &.fu. S 14 cfit- Gtbu 0.. :"en'r"- '.. Board. finally upon amodeotrildforming forthe, discharge: them? ,'If'In.d : : ., v A ; ,,

t. th4mgeE. .) br, ayouthoda, worth and prm hl.'a, "6, >* '. ,I : ,**, n I" '2cr", a'modification of thehat'mentIondi4foH1ngi1arg of issuing.Bonds,the Cotsatiet Cities ;. AlUUVJD_ .: t.Ptt: i. ,
ktllleryt.AssItant.SurPoe w rest4 the hopes'of a widowed mothtave 1 f.; 900 'a f J i to' their{ d ae 3a6taBenta"asrbyasrfgnme ce 'BtaDi n" .. f'
prefer pay'in
aid ;
O 2 ,; basis: for vtocompanies .
B11 said that UM Gallipagos; Istefc c,1& Department, and kindred andfrleada/They 2"'I'I0OO'" I I' -i.u :. dJwi by mediae.taitheb01Jeraofthe ,'. 29&br.Btol7.La"-eo.M '. p

hsve been;flered. to, the United taloC DroW 2d, Artillery. cr. nlrl 4 i... :-f,-0-" :f '21 ,viz).-."Aguaranleeof 'only the. tan-recelpts'citheraa .omiginalities J&- .'V-n,Koomth Noraaa Barton JQ.d -
ladud aexlibU v, I 1 ..* I" )
> ,
ted and ir \*. '. interest' ::tnebondsand areqnboineistfront or't
8".1 'I'a"az"A ; .'Ihould b_ "Y" .
States for the sum "thrs nilUons of dolJ l B, s. (
: 4
iThey' are situated some,six hundred SAO, CDU- .days igos' our sincere sympathy.and.condolence., compared.,with i 'f'neigibormg'har i ? the' company id deposit .with' the ceive'a'share of.Stock for: every hundred. ,: I-BrIgsrehW.Mse------wc' '., 'rI _'.

of Peter cu-Md r'&r ", bora,of Savannah and ,'the barbomb1Femesdlnatis Trustees>.f.the Internal Improvement faaoVa rflar*of.:tax receipt'1 : ?*.- 'p ,JI : 1t !t .n_$j&t. '#a 'iri 'f ,
from the American coast and lie im- rD' ,
mUd fell 'upon wh- the much superior.' ,At i.n 11ij' 'saffideni imo nbad; e'sT "' .ThJ mos of contributing ..toi i m- .: ,_ .y .' _. ',. c '
jaedlAfcJ/trader the Equator.. They. have throat .a'J Srn.r.Q We' understand aftir Charleston tructioa lUHroadais practised'la,sear- l '
t. 'a causing Itbhl }'the oc the'main ship fundfthat wfll tho' rinfifjilof "" ; 'J D r j"r' 4' '
.yoodittrbon,and are.much', resorted death'In.a twb wndpp .- came:off$this. city; $e channel,do*not'dt A half feet, sinking cover especially tntb K-**sad .!". 4-8cbI-JlM J .
Whalers. said that rich, 'L/bes.enjwo, whose barnes ,wed at low water'* aedat SaTaanohveweU, .the'fconck". a$_t,1., lthhM atteaded. vita. vtry: &ver s.nrt Bos'ts,-. .+- t1' *
to by. Jail ;depoai--. SOKC Goon ouroazAzzya.-Tbe: .N JD- .w .; ." .w [ ;ii '.4SuMW.. .," ; ,Id" :.
t4heGPtD3 I !$' -21'. .dUoarcnd.JtAr :upontb.4 .York board brokers ,:an DI t"pre not eOh"o rity..with mo* paynentotsalo( on* pr c at.J i Ji'tJda''iurr .. .,.. .'.,,'.""<. .J.J-.t. ''. !' ."; "" -\ *' I : -"
b TOt t' dft aciow'teri wje.elwdr&wTig of bIrt7-fiwyewtboeds$ i 5: .
; "" .
: of 89000 : of the and tit otjbef was t' ziU t priie* 11 N Or. It ) UI.It Ii '1M4ICI.UMJ .
poor MrvPoatalne, a Ilintbrupcditasas i'tf lar_inflicted, :-lit ",'f\'Mi ".dt4" -"--- "",-- '. !.-t' 1W..1.tI..I /I
tht repeal'of nen, Qtt 06O.bL$1LofJMpes1rl : .; G r farlieaf. ,.= .oos., ; "F To'ac plUh thV:| rios* -5t k'reoom.- ,..Hi". 'ooa4.Ia.&challeags8.bkft.Te *.'
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,. Hi SlATAdl| >e jM.&l day ofJaauary 1855., S VV ,Circular.Saws<.et every ,. ., Jncludinr. ; efca9o'cloekF.M.MondvsAThnnday-*. U, B.MAIL STEAMERS. 'THE SUBSCRIBER'S'OLD1 .. '

; i .'Cotton. wer* soU 00 Sat- A : Iar.r,1tob.n : Saws for the Portable Saw Kills from 42 to 84 SOUTHERN.MAIL.ctoe at JOVetoHt, A.&, CAROLINA AHDTmtOCOH IIOBflM -ISTA1W,having been eatlrery 4 ttroywi .r : .ypt.b3
t AroberACKs.niMkhadd. iflehes lit diameter- together with Gangs, Mulsy on Sundays and Wednesdays.- *' .> by fire, be has maered to 142 M"tfcgonnar t -
sudsy at prices ranging from 6 1-4 to 8 rts., A.4.lIOII B P 2 I.' Mill Crass : of VTefltwortk 'Ue stand former*occupied 1S8.i1h
Cots pits and Other kinds. WZ3TFRN M1.ILC1Ose: at 3 O'clock, .P.1L, TO paLm TS 24 TO 30 font $
; CHARLESTON Dee31. Aclkru.. LawtoD,R PAther&oaWWIaD ThM oel.brateclSawl hays been la txtensiveOM Sundays. and.Wednesdays by W.J.OAYSK Vferr.aveBtthnm business. JL jpoetfaUjr.hsMmthi JII/btaI ,

t' .*of.ood demand'on Saturday ;Lloyd. W H, at tb* North West the last tweatyftv years, ARRIVALS, THE CAROLINA wfllleav CHABLESTON iaanitsbrtnehes. He buon hand a U/f assort-. .vHfsdtts vicisJ. fhfjt tb y *dsysaiafIBMtTMtW. '
:: n' Le Joha'Ba11eftea. and.ar*eonslder.dby competent Judges the. best NORTHERN MAIL'rrIY'.9dD.tat''I1ltl Wednesday every Saturday 3 P.M. Retoraiag,will leave meet of lest class VEhICLES*/off dcrMfcrnMM *-, : SCHOOL t*.ti uabtr. Av the '4.sCTotNe
holders eibtbited araeB Armand res2iz.diery1UdeW3 made. PALATKA choicefAldILT CAR&JAOE3WXltxprtssly I. tW
Ira Land J. : Jtfmcfay.7A.lL PICOLATA tADIM bsraJi faaae&sait till
a'few Instances Amounting perhapst B&kerSW .# LaeseRHCapLBoydZP Manufactured by'them'and for sat .at.' their after tie t,and a/rival wilt of be the distributed Basil stgamm fa about. ode hoar ,lOA.M.an4JACSOII'bILLR,3LM. .. ft*ais Country CtMtonscrt,aO of which bewiBSELiCHXAFlOR Errlls Edneettos. ; -. -it-' 't

.*.fractional advaac* on previous qUttoa.bship.uont.d LukmsoZobnMBlandard wanhouao. 456 ClUT. New'ort, SOUTHERN MAIL arrives on. Mondty and THE FLORIDA win leave CHARLESTON.: CASH if CUy $eOSp. .freeaN00t.$00petQitei. Oas. ,

about 1060 bales &i prices hR : M Rcrxkxvce .. Thursday rights _'wfllbf ready fcr at ry T4lay, at3 P.M. ,. Rttorniav," win'bar i iPALA'fU Seam.LEONARD CliLPZ.- mental. branches extra "
-tk-s to Bird 8 Migreeul Edward 2 R.Findlsy, Findltys Iron works Macon GOO office boars on the nuirnfag n aing, .delivery, 8 o'clock 'A. M. BLACK CREEK = 7IS4 cU.\fItU1p.L J3T.Tffaag ladtot froftl tW.try ptpS,sX S

frees $3-1to8-4eti. DoDd, John KcRee. .A C where Saws for the Portable Mills can obtained. WESTERN 'MAtl &Y. on Tuesday and 3 P.M, aad JACKSdNVILLR Friday 3 A. M kaecoassedsi4wiobnt.aIth.be.nIssmets 1. ;

". -; New YORK;; Dec. SO.COTTON .. Bralled Mr ,MeSas Dunean Fairbanks A Co., Jacksonville, Fla.. Friday mornings ajt3j,''clock'and" will be ready These Steamers.connect with all the intetto B. 8 E. 'I. Gilb Iyeeeupl.dbyMr.Cre.psS 5 (

;' Prices were anchang4 and Eraser. BDbea McKay Bachu Albert Lovejoy, AIL Union Mills, Darien GWK, for delivery. at office fiours thereafter. Stages of East Florida, and connects. both way rt To lie O14-S.itlera.fPtsnid&. I !
Brown P F Marry.CaptaIn Bradley Giles Savannah.. HOURS. with the N." York Steamships Carolina Railroad. .IcTM--. -.. MARl AC't'UJtE1S ..ndDLt.LERS n
only a Untiled business was transacted. Drown CapL McNally Patrick 2 IL MitcbeL.c OFFfpE and Wilmington Boats.. Is all descriptions of CAR- T1OITS K. 3 IEXXla e/tU 6 nml t. .

noUL'OD& Ira' Brand,James Myers William 2 Montgomery Works Montgomery Ala. P.M.uutilGPM.-t.Froin81.2A.StwntlllP.Mandfrom2l.2. Passage from Charleston to Jaeksonvilla, 931. from RIAG" al Not.35 and 40 Wt J Office and Pension Office Washington c \

NAVAL' 8'1'ItES-tJplrUa'. of Turpentine Is Bedell Jaseh 4 McCormick, John B Dee. 9- m. Jacksonville Nov.IS, 1354 -. : PiooUta and Palatka f 10. ftr't1&iild.and No.?Jftrjrm Street Charleston. will sttMd arotapay,alt cMftt under the FistS.dArmedOetVpakiOAst.O(184)aM154&.I'V-
For further particulars apply toJ.W.CALIYELLChuleston. Oar Stock is uteasiv and !
ti Mathews Wmiam P 3 an one, purchasers I
q.IM43pp&nsM' Crude is dull at Cox Philip_ MeEthiD,Ratei Dental Notice. Iran H. PK1RSON I f B. C EiaL. are respectfully requested to call on us, as w* usa 1 sons who were settlers tnder tile said A t,f Ifti2/ ..
$4sitlg;. R H Mitchehl. Mil'Elsa W.S.BOSTWICK would respectfully JacktonriUe Fla., ,''|1'J. Fla. BELLECUA8SE. A FINEGAN, 1 offer great todoenaonU la style an prices sad 1 lad having complied wIth UM rtcnslmioau tharo.
: -. NEW OKLEIKS. Dec. 30. ClarkPeter N inform the ritssens Jacksonville and its vicinity # Jacksonville 1 any articles bought at oar establishment are warranted of;bye no*tMrnd tbe PATENTS their huda' -

,COTTONTh sales of Cotton to-day hare Curry W A Norton Louis Cap that having opened an office In the Daguerian .-' t. R.R.REID, Palatka.Iteca.Tj.ooca.. la every respect July 8-tf can have them obtaisjod or attended'LCbe tab .
: Curry James 0 Gallery, on Forsyth street will attend to all bran Pearson & Coker senber. Abs claims rosoevtod o, PENSION/ t

.comprised 4500, baetI. making total daring the ; Conner W H 2 0sood. Mary Mrs ches of DENTISTRY in tho most approved and 'Law and :Pare : Cariage & Harness Depository.AT BOUNTY LAND, SCRIPT,BAa PAY,Aa,*4OB

.- week of SOOO bales. Tbe stock on band consists Com Mary MrL Og1Jvle. Elizabeth Mra. careful manner. Attorneys. at Solicitors. Cabin Pottage from Charleston to Iftv tho most reasonable toraa.xcrrcicxcts.. ,

of !flOO bales less than last year.Middling Carlisle, Goo. W P IvNerves of aching teeth. destroyed without IN CHANCERY. York Twenty Dollart. THE WHITE HOUSE, : .

;. Is wortfl 8 a 1 1-2 cents Ib. C.pUD, Charles Price. A pain. dec2-2m HAVE: sssociated themselves iogether IntV* 55m.se) South-West Corner of Hon. Lava CAM, :..&. ,,
per of their United StateiMail Line. MEETING and WESTWORTH ._ *
MOBILE Dec. 29. Caine Dempsey Partridge. Wm. NEW AND CHOICE GBOCERIE9L profession. STREETS .Js.xmsCoosza. -U t
Clemens, J A Peed Thomas John Letters addressed to them either Jacksonville NEW YORK. AND CUARLETON.STEAWF1CEE1 Charlttton S. c. w Join WILBOV, Comm'r Oml Land Ofte 1
\ COTTON.-The sales of Cotton during the weekending Canbes Behuum Pirgulan Singleton THE undersigned have just received an or Newnansville, will receive prompt attention. CARRIAGES of every description at the lowest Address. P P.nd,. :., .' <'

to-day have comprised 5000 bales. The Carnuin C.p& Price Oliyer new Stock of PROVISIONS nov25-ly prices always on hand and no article sold except S .JULIUS MEIERB,5,' .

&rketelo.erm. Cook SamL L Pomroy Daniel K 2 any choice FAMILY GROCERIES, com Dr.-.- ; (SEMI- tffiV WEEKLY.) such as eaa be warranted la the fullest term'by, .octl9-m .IlM.A t 01

Carr Ruins Penneman E UCowartWm. prising the following articles: A.jUpham NAsn'vILLE.1500 tons-M. Bcaar Com'r. July 8-tf, .H.NATHAN. --- --.
:- PeOOCkRMDClark Hams Beans, Coffee VEGETABLE'ELECTUARY MARION 1200 tons-Wst. FOSTIB II .*- Ce D. Oa k, ::.i -a- ;
Exports of Cotton. JamesDarling either NEUFFER IIENDRIX tc Cov
Proctor CUKE FOR PILES. Internal *
Bacon Sides blue&white '
Com Starch A JAMES ADGER, 1200 to.-s.cTcamn M JaetuomlOt, ;7 .
R and all affections of the ,
M Shoulders Flour or external '
\ Shipment of cotton from Palatka by HenetATsasdal Henry N Roberts Cornelias Mess Pork, .Meal,, Soap P'Pper Bowels,-for Liver complaints Dyspepsia, Costiveness SOUTHERNER' 1000 tons, TJ. E"'f.It for the sale of C2c DIPS constantly on hand a fin* assort- ; ..

*sine* the 30th nit, have been 136 bales Doyier A W Rice, Edwin M FultonMarketFlour Butter Biliousness impnreti of the Blood affections Leave Adrcr's Wharves..Wednesday and Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, ] 1De1ItofWATCBES.JXWn1\YuclJ'U' .; .i
all to Charleston. Dodge Capt Solomon Roberts John Mackerel Cheese Ginger Spices of the Lungs, "and many other disposes, Saturday afternoons after the arrival of.the cars JuJ,8 Clwarlutma, B.C. tf **C Y GOODS, which ho ofsrsfor.s.leeh.ssp.. ,' '
Dnmket, Herman Rice Charles It Irish more particularly enutftfRted in the directions. from the South and West.Thu..teaiasMpswer.. toreatS. -
Shipment of cotton from Middlebnrg sine oar D* Lyon J W Rogers John 3 Pilot Potatoes Bread Lard Onions Nutmeg Cloves, Prepared and soM tM origin proprietor at .'built expressly for lbs THE PAVILION HOTEL,. JEST Watdut Repaired tati WarrmttJ.Vim. -

last report bats been 135 bales all to S&vannslz.S Daniel,J P Rodgers, Captain Sugar.Crackers, Grits Cinaraan his Medical .ffic*, 3Q1""i"ourth street' N.Y, Line, and for safety comfort and speed art unrivalled Nort Wftt. tarntr Meeting (JUaMt St*. i *

Shipment from Jacksonville duringth*-past Danfbrd, W. Robertson, Betsy Dutter" Teas, Toilet Soap and by his agents throughout the United States on the coast C1L&LUTONO S. C. Grothe, : IB
Dyes Eiekil 2Eitten. Richard A CoRosenthral Water" and Canndaa. ',The genuia* has ray signature in Tables supplied with every luxury. Attentiveand The hit $0
week were 81 bales Sea Island'eotton, 56 of which Sugar Confectionary. vadenignad begs respectfully to Inform WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY ; ,
K A Co Sod my own hand writing.. ,_.Sold bv, courteous commanders will Injure travellersby numerous friends and the I '
traveling public ,
In loW
went to Savannah and balance to Charlestoo.t generally ( ttK tAt Podoffice.5 r
Colqnit Row, Adam Gen FRUITS. T. MCMILLAN this line every possible comfort and accommo that, notwithstanding the recent fire at the HAVING. returned from .i .:,
Betty Ryan Ellen Miss dee2-3t : Apothecary HalL dation. : rear of his premises;he isT as usual prepared to Europe, again '
JohnF GREEN AND DRIED. 'J begs lean t 'offsr his services to his old _
Consignees Steamers. Rose. A B For freight or passage, having elegant stateroom offer the best accommodations to all who favor .
per Insolvent Notice may friends and the public With his'
French Mrs. Rouse George CaptRowse Apples Oranges Bananas Plantans Nuts of all accommodations, apply to him with their patronage the boos and furniture generally. J .
: FUn William JosephRoberts kinds Ac, .. STIrS or FLORIDA,. ) HENRY MISROOF Charleston, S.C. experience the last twenty-six yean ass. i I
Per steamer Carolina Dee 31st-Ellis A Co, S Durid. having been thoroughly cleaned and rtDOftted.De..so. Watchmaker, be hopes to give entire satisfeUoa ,. .
Friel Hugh 3 ISA WINES AND LIQUORS Cormty qf ) Cabin passage, - 20. returns his sincere thanks for ,liberal '
0- t.hOIe who wish to have their
M Anbert, Miller A McCaen T G Myers T D Fisher Turner F S of all ANN JONES Administratrix of the he work doerla awortansalike / 1. 't .
kinds Segars Porter and Aloof choice br&ll< POLLY Steerage, 8 support has received, and pledges himself to manner. ,
Dexter D Dexter S Buffington N Hndnall Foster Capt Louis S Speer J G The undersigned intend to keep a full supply always of John A.'Jones deced, having'filed NOT. 18-ly spare no expense or exertions to deserve a continuance 3f Watches Clocks and Jewelry repaired at ,. '

8 B Thomas, J 6 Tovnscnd Ellis 4 Lcdwith, 'T Fisher, J B A Shrouds John P Capt 2Sivain on hand, and for that purpose are receiving in my office a written suggestion of the insolvencyof of the patronage that hat been so largely extended the,shortest notice. July 8-tf; ,, .
&DrHanh3n.H Floyd Sires Hiram fresh goods from Charleston by steamers semiweekly. stud Estate; This is therefore to notifiy all persons United States Mail Line. towards him.Nor. '. ;'<..
McMillan J Kiel. C D Oak T Dr; rd1n .Diarrhea
Fabian, W- Sydenham MOICIFare"eU The patronage of the public is respectfully having demands against said Estate to present 18 5 H. L, BUTTERFIELD. Corellal.0 ;
Doagtas, Capt Willey E EUenger J J Chess ..1CHarrIaouCoWOMerntyroJPSanderson Clement B Smith Zepeniah B solicited at the stand lately occupied by Morns them, duly proved and authenticated to the SE4IWEEUr.. TIts Cordial aa unfAiling temody for Diai- '

,. ) Fontaine. SciptoFcrniuidet Silcox, JamesStewart Rid Judge of Probates of said County of Doval on or Wholesale Tin-Ware Factory in all Us stages and will restart thsrsystem S

C Drew Dr.:H D Holland F J Pons. Frank Israel MShamds nov Il-tf JOHN WOODWARD & CANNON. before the first day of March next, when there will NEW, YORK AND SAVANNAH. G. H. VERONEE & BRO. to health when all other means fail, raitablo .
Friel Patrick S M D be a pro-raU distribution of the funds belonging to N and after March 19th the new splendid for the wont eases la children as well as adults I'
Per.steamer Florida Jan. 3d-J Santo J Woodward G SawyerEJCapt2 JUST RECEIVED by Bark CARNIOLA said Estate, amongst the Creditors thereof. .*> O .ide.wbcellteamahipl Wholesale Dealers !In To bo had at Apothecary Hall JackseavtUe 4 4,

,.C H Sheffield TM A, JBDHanhamM Qrice,Daniel T New York, Witness my hand and the seal of FLORIDA 1300 tons-Capt M.S. WOBDHCU. PLAIN AND JAPANED TIN WARE, Eo F._' eeL 14-3&
) w T aM1en. Goold,Capt Timmerman John HIRAM SMITH FLOUR in bbs. and half do. [SXALsaid Court of Probate, this the TAKE:this method of informing their friends -. ;
Grant Samuel L Tombs Emanuel MESS PORK, 25th day of Augnat A. D. 1854. ALABAMA 1300 tons-Capt G. R.Scnirc. customers that they have recently made ,Hair Tonic*

Per steamer Et Johns Doc.29-B A C, W B Green Charles Thomas James TTrssk BUTTER, CHEESE, and LARD FELIX LIVINGSTON. AUGUSTA, 1500 tons-Capt T. LTOXS.KNOXVILLE.1500 large additions to their machinery; and are now rpHIS HAIR TONIC supersedes anything of die- je

Ross O C McClelland, P Canmra I V Garnie Gnnby, Mr. Joshua H 3 BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, in boxes and bags Judge of Probates of Dual County tons-Capt C. D. LCDLOT prepared to execute all orders in the above line L kind now in use, fcr preventing the Hair tal' (

'..%- J Mode PA A Gilbert Fredrick HHognns Taylor Ray S WTonrman CRANBERRIES, DRIED PEACHES, GINGER nag 26-6ra Will leave New York and Savannah with neatness and dispatch. .Our Wares are all bug out, and invigorating the capillary vessels Ur
H E PRESERVES PICKLED LOBSTERS every warranted not to leak and to be of the best work. a1lll cleauugthe skin from daadiiT. Prepared
Per steamer STeUka Dee 30 Buffington House WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.These only
'., John A Thomas, Robert BLAKE'S FIRE-PROOF PAINT Master in rhaucery'sSale." manship. .b1. T. MCMILLAN..,. .
; J A J W Sheffield, Dr N Bostwich Jacob Hunter Hannah, A R Mrs Taylor Mary I IIYDROLER CEMENT virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for ships are among tho largest on the coast, Terms made accommodating, and Country orders Oct 14-31 Apotliec&r1.JIalI JaeboaYWe..E..1' "-j '*
in comfort
BY unsurpassed speed safety or -making .
UertzAE BURNING FLUID and a full supply of Eastern CiremtcftFlorida Dnval promptly attended to
J H B, Bloodgood A Bous, A S Thompson. J C B U county their in 50 to 60 hour, and are commanded -
Hull. Wm. Usina,'lanllman PAINTS OILS and VARNISH, in a cause wherein Boston A Gnnby are complainants passages Also Country Roofing and Guttering done withdispatch. Js Robert Baker .
A C BisbosPer careful and officers.
Wright CArthoy by skillful polite They
And for ,
S F Mrs V sale by MILLER A McCUEN and Stephen D. Fernandas is defendant I _
.tel.merSemiaolo. Jan 3d- JwH ,Wise, T dee. 16-tf Somers New offer A most desirable conveyance to New Yerkv STATE STREET ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLICITORS?
Harmsn. Building. will expose for sale, before th*Court House door ,63 .,near.the Market .
Hartridge J L Adams, A E DcCottcs.B A C, A Hart CapL.lobm2VADptt. Peter Good Groceries hi the town of Jacksonville, oa Monday the lit Cabin passage, - 25. 'no'. 13-6m Charlutm. 3. C. CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC .. -

J Lewis J Mentor C J E L Ilarri- Harding, Simeon Capt YanYranken Q day of January next water lot number nine according Steerage passage, - 9. ,
Bisbee. Mole Stilman W* THE nbsriber successor, to J. B. Howell on to the plan of said town-which said lot PADELF0RDFAYACO., H. A. Cohen & Cohen, AND 5," :; ,.

'.... ."'J Santo.EVERETT'S. Holmes Horn Simon 3 Woodfield, WilliamS corner has on hand a full assortment fronts on Bay street 105 feet and on the St Johns Agent In Savannah. Importers and Dealers in Commissioner.for t&e Atlantic and Gulf
which he
will sell
,of family Groceries lowfor
cash. S
Jones I Dec. 9,1854-Xt SpecIal Master in Chancery. nov 13-ly 13 Broadway New York.
Cap Gerg He has on hand At all times an assortment of Dry Goo'd. -ii : -
.Joh I good liquors, which will be sold at the lowest cash For Sale. aug.517'McQueen
'jut W'lkiDO prices. Customers will always meet with an accommodating be sold on the fourth Monday Janua- No. 175 East-Bay, QiarUtton S. C. -
. t't embracing Johnson, John II Thomas 2 gentleman in the person of Mr. Con WILL next at the boUt of Zilpha Hogans, in BETWEE.V Nathan A. Cohen. 1 I Leopold Cohen. ATTORNEY AT 1-A.W > it

Magic, Music, Comic Eccentri- Johnston, John I [lorWilliams,JamesK Joseph who has charge of the establishment. Hamilton County Florida, two Negroes the property New Port and St. Marks JnlyS tf JackMnrUle. E. F. ,. .< -
Joseph, care o M.TalWelt doe.2-6m JNO. W. PRICE. Wright Hogans deceased minor heir of #
: cities Fun Farce Frolic Solomon Archibald Hogans deceased. of Negroes Fraser & I '
: EeeCTe, Winston Groceries, Ac. Description NEW ORLEANS. Thompson, 13" M. Pearson, : :
Rber follows One 35 old and ,
: and Foibles of the Above letters will subscriber having purchased the stock of as : woman years FACTORSANDCOMMISSION ATTORNEY AT
Pen wishing
any TilE LAW1'S
one boy ten years old, cold for the benefit of the ALSO t
The whot. Miscellaneous please say they are advertised or they may not of Mr. S. N. Williams respectfully MERCHANTS .
comprising a Melangethat other heirs. Terms of sale made known on the Jacksonrille.Fla. i
them. WM. GROTIIE P. M. solicits the of the He will always S
patronage public. .
never fails to please,will open Jacksonville, get day of sale. ZILPHA I10GANS Adger't North Wharf __
the of l Ncwnan the Jan.6 1835. keep on hand a full supply and fresh Stock of. :
Bay an<
on corner streets on Jacksonville 9th4 854-6t G nardian.M1 KEY WEST. Charleston, S C. Felix Livingston '
site formerly occupied by Byrne's Building, on GROCERIES ,
MONDAY NIGHT, January 8th, 1855. Lone Star Restaurant which he will sell on reasonable terms. My Stock NEW STOltE. .t'b.. The regular sea steamship PAMPE- rus'r. rains |, PAUL. raoxriosCopartnership AtTORNEY&COUllCELIOR AT IAW-

Everett would respectfully announce that he *** will be constantly replenished by new arrivals !_lMlLLRO, Eldnd o, master will ply permanently Notice. Jacksonville, E. F,
I, has, at goat expense, engaged TALENTED from the North. Produce, Groceries & Provisions. between above places and New Orleans rpnE undersigned have this day formed a*Co I TTJ1LL attend to any professional business ea-- -

COMPANY,and for a proper display of their nniq THE UNDERSIGNED would Inform the citi Dee.2-3111. JOHN S. TOWNSEND. & McCUEN have received an touching at Apalachicola and PensacoU sailing 1, JL .partnership under the arm of MATTHIUSZX: % V trusted him in the Courts of the Eastern. .<

;I e and peculiar performances, be has fitted np a of Jacksonville and rUr. that he Plastering Plain and Ornamental; entire new stock of : regularly hereafter on the 12th and 27th of,each A '. and will continue the Wholesale and Circuit, and of the Supreme ertsof Tallahassee. '

i spacious Pavilion, with seats sufficient for 400 spec .fitted up the rooms occupied by Bricklaying, dice.JIE CHOICE FAMILY month from this port and on 7th and 224 of each Retail He has also such an advantageous connection with-
tators.' The Company consists of the following the Republican office, ASA RESTAURANT, in A GROCERIESAND month returning from New Orleans. CLOTHING f TAILORING BUSINESS. an able Lawyer Washington City a* will eosnr*'
lag talents style which he thinks will give generalsatufaetfon. T subscriber desires again to offer his servi PROVISIONS, The steamer JASPER Sawyer Muter will at the corner of East Bay and Queen streets. a prompt and speedy collection of such, claims as
)Ir. Everett, Madame Everett J.R. Bcrrr.Wnu It will be his Aim to famish the choicest of WINES ccs to his old friends sail the public in the at their New Store in Somers' New Block on Bay run in connection with the Pampero, to Key Charleston S. C. may bo placed in hit'hands against the Units*::. 1

. Wray the celebrated Clown oiS LIQUORS And SEGARS. rand unexceptionable performance of Plain and Ornamental Plastering, street which they will. sell cheap,fur cash, and West (touching at Cedar Keys and Tampa) taking WA!. MATTHIESSEN States Jail .5
OYSTER and:iGAME SUPPER. I short, t Bricklaying Masonry, Ae. He will contract for CASH ONLY.. r freight and passengers from Pampero in July J, '54. WH..P.O'HARA. ,
'Billy Creighton, La Pettite Caro- brick-work and plastering of buildings entire nporf Spanish Hole, (accessible Anchorage in the St -PhilhiYri
complete hi par They will keep on bond atm 11 times a supply of r Mviufaeturinr EstabZi./imenL36 Pratt : r'i
olme Miss Rosa reasonable terms, and pledges himself despatch
Cienhart A couple of fine w use HAY CORN.. JTLQDJSJ2QRK.-BACON,HAMS, Marks Bay) sired, New fork,under fit ruperintendanet of ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LATT,. t
in the Execution I all work entrusted to his .
alias Jehu II. Farmer soon b ade&his sUblishmrnt. :BUTTER CHEESE, SUGARS. Both steamers have Soc Accommodations, and TTJlIKISU. [augj-2om-2m .
d JOHN care. aflotd the travelling public both convenience and JaeJaonviOe Fla,
J. T. Ackerman. MOLASSES .te. Ao -
snaking !a all the greatest combination of talent -& lIe hardly thinks it necessary to give those to for the Wholesale trade [nov.25-tf. expedition. White LeadVhlte Lead! WiLL attend to any professional business.en*<" 1: '

: that ever appeared in this country. The People's! Clothing, whom he is known any assurance as to the quality For farther particulars and arrangements for 0000 Kegs pure White Lead at 8 cents per Ib.x to him is tha Courts of the Eastern' .t
of his work, as in that respect he has heretofore Sherifl'a Sale. of Horses and such'like inquire Circuit and the
Admission ell; children and servants 23 cts. AXD conveyance Negroes 2OOOKepNo. 1 do do at 7 cents per Ib. Supreme Courts at Till*burnt.-
his the most .
given to patrons perfect satisfaction.He virtue of a writ of fieri aches issued from of DANIEL LADD The above forms a beautiful brilliant white He has also such an advantageous connection with.*
Doors open at 6 to commence at 6 1-2 o'clock. For DRY GOODS superior j, t.
solicits renewal of BY
- particulars see bills of the day. STORE respectfully a the patron- Clerk's Office of'the Circuit Court for the New Port October 30, 1834-Iy. Agent. to any now in use. For sale by an able Lawyer at Washington City as will ensure S

J..tt. ,GEO. W. HARVEY, Agent (\the sign of the GIANTS RED CAP,) age Nov.of his Il-6m.fellow-citizens. JOHN IVERS. county( Duval and Fasten Circuit of Florida, STEAM COMMUNICATION, JOHN COMMINS Sole Agent a prompt and speedy collection of such claims'** .
MODE returns thanks to his friends and eiti- wherein James S. O'Nefl, Administrator of Eliza 274 King Street Chntaton S C. may be placed in his hands against the United

. :.;; JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 1855. J S ions Jacksonville andsurroundingeountryfor Whilden L. Fernandez is plaintiff and Stephen D. Fernan- BKTWEBXSavannah :P* If hi any ease this Lead proves unsatisfactory State.____Jaly-8 .

THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale two lots, past{"or bestowed on him, and solicits aeon- Joseph des is defendanl, I have levied upon and will expose and Fl orida. it will be taken back and all expenses paid. i.
itnnance the same. As he has now entered into dealer In for sale, before the Court House door in tho TllEnew and elegant Steam- Smith & Bradford

:. Nos.22 find 27, immediately wed of his residence. a'copartnership with his brother in Savannah, thebusiness Paints Tils and Glass town of Jacksonville on Saturday the 6th day of I-.. .' .._iL.pscket 1- ST. JOHNS Capt JAKESFBBEBOBX Notice. 4TTOR AT LAW

*n6-4t JOHN L'ENOLE. will_be carried on more extensively under No. 11 January next, the following described property will loave Savannah every Thursday THE CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the firm of 1

- the style and firm or Charlatan.HAYNE-STREET S. C. vis: Nancy. Joe. Jinny. Lewis. Nicholas. Rafile. morning at 10 o'clock for Palatka touching at all PICKNEY A CO, is this day disco S01ICITOB IH CHASCSr
Notice A. J. MODEVholeialc Chloe Son and Jim; also, an undivided.interest: the intermediate ved. The settlement of its affairs,_ by mutual
points.This Atttealtir and ZtevmanrrillL '
T ADIES and GENTLEMEN'S attention are and Retail Dealers In KEEPS constantly for sale a general assortment in a water lot in said town, bounded east by a lot boat has been built expressly for this trade agreement devolves on WILLIAM M. TUNNO .
JlJ reapeetCIIU110Iicited in of a select : and OILS of all kinds VARNISHES to whom all WILL attend promptly to an business
patronage and belonging to AIsop Mooney south by the river has large and airy state-room accommodations for persons having demands or being indebted tntrastofe
i EnglUh: School now open for young pupils by D. Clothing Dry Go WINDOW GLASS and SASHES, SPTS. St. John, and west by a lot belonging to Mrs. and taking the inland route presents are referred.WILLIAM to them. S 5 :. t

Y1LLACD, ia the town Jacksonville, near the and our friends will find at all lrge and TURPENTINE, SPIRIT GAS, COTTON FOOT. Doggett; also,lots number one, two, three, seven, superior passengers accommodations for invalids and other M.TUNNO. x.1fJI1T.SKITS I B-auoroax,. 4.- S

. .J. House. complete Stock too numerous to. For GIN FIXTURES GLUE and BRUSHES of various eight, nine, ten,fifteen and sixteen, in section eighteen This boat will leave .I Jacksonville on her return ;. PINCKNEY Office at Alligator. f Office at NerjEORGE &}, *
Rates of Tuition-Spelling,Reading and Writing quality and reasonable prices please call and con kinds. [nov 25-1 y -all in township two, south of rango twenty- to Savannah, every Sunday morning at 3 o'clock. Charleston August 31st, 1854. _July 7-ly S S* J1

','. 1S.OO a term; and for Arithmetic Grammar and winc yourselves, on Bay.treet opposite CoL Sam- NOTICE. six east; also, about fifty acres of 1ml, with the For further particulars inquire of Capt Freeborn Sept. I 2)3 W.CALL fa

Geography.<3 00. [(: mis'Lot, where you wi I same Giant's R improvements thereon, situated on the Plank Road on board, or toCLAGHORN VJT absence from this City.my Agent during.nsy'
'- WEEKS from dale I will apply to the about one mile west of Jacksonville, near the TollHouse The Subscriber.
PROVISIONS, .. Cap.TO FOUR & CUNNINGHAM,SaVh. December 16, 1854. & D. FERNANDEZTeas .
. I THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.Will of Probate of Alachna county,Florida i also a valuable lot bonseho and kitchen BISBEB A CAFOVA, Jacksonville. Continues the business heretofore carried oa under

JUST received by brig G. L. Baekman from be sold or given the entire Stock of for leave to sell the Real Estate of James Brewer furniture. Levied upon as tbe property of said july8-tf BENET A TEASDALE PalaIks.Q1Qittcn. the name of TUNNO PINCKNEY' A CO, I TrasH Teas! '
York- away deceased. JESSE BREWER defendant and to be sold to satisfy said writ of and tenders to his friends the renewal of his ser TEAS of the very best quality and warranted"
30 barrels Men.Pork Dry God and Clothing. Nov.25, 1854-C. Administrator. Seri facias. URIAII BOWDEN : TilTJO. vices. WILLIAM M. TUNNO importation and at reduced prices iapockagesfron .

.. 20 Hiram Smith's Flour- The present to dispose of their entire Copartnership Notice. Sheriff of Duval County Florida.N. CARRYING TilE U. S. MAIL, Sept 2tJ > J lb. to 1-4 .; and from 50 cent*. .; '
23 half barrels Hiram Smith's Flour. Stock in order to be ready for the new Brick B.-By agreement between plaintiff and defendant 1ETWKXXPalatka to $150 perpound. Black of the choisest IdI .
,S 2 tierces Sugar Cured Hams, new, Store soon to be erected Bar street and make The undersigned have entered Into a Copartner the land and negroes above mentioned GEO. ABBOTT A CO., also Green of the finest quality at S .1

2 hogsheads Bacon Sides and Shoulders room for the new stock which O they intend t bring ship for the Practice of Law. will be sold f>r one-half cash., and the balance on a Ha., and .Savannah Gee.Intide .No.9 Eatt-Say, (appontt Boy 4-Co's Wharf) S T.MCMILLAN'S, ; 1

12 14 boxes firkins Chocs Goshen, Batter, on, and i A farther improvement of styles &in- MCQUEEN FRANCIS I.MCINTOSH WUEATON., credit of twelve months. ( all the way) Charleston, S. C-, aug26-3t Apothecary liaR Bay-st. '
&ierr Leaf cDilc. Jacksonville, Nov.19, Itt. In the Circuit Court a/ the Eastern Circuit Via Plcolata Black Creek and Jackson- Dealer in
.. Lard. lberal patronage J. M. has received daring ouvllle, Fla., and St. Mary.,Bran SPIRIT-ASS AND CA3IPIIENE. TUST RECEIVED an extensive aDd well select. ;
6kega.. the has been in this city has nOME TOTHE of Florida. swlck and Darien Ceo. aJ od assortment of Chemieles aad Medicines,also 4
6 half barrels Fulton Market Beer, tme him to bUe.i be has O HYGEANA.-BROVGUT .-A Wonderful In Chancery.-BetweenMoarncxa with Lamps .of.every description for the same perfumery. and fancy Articles atAPOTHECARY. i .,'

:1 No.IMaclerallubanehsandkita, did. prices dip fail&produce A smile Discovery has been recently made by Dr. Curtis H.GOD tl', Complainant, > Bill for > i THE Steampacket WELAKA, ALSO HALL : I
:' M Salmon m kits, opleuur' from his And thereby reciprocate of.this city, in the treatment of Consumption Asthma VmoisiA Goponr, Defendant. ) Divorce. P? 8 Capt N. Euro leaves Palatka English and American White Lead Paints, oct 2a-3' Jacksonville. Florida.TTANTEDA .

20 sacks y vj>ool Ground Salt the favors eumen public He has determined and all diseases of the Lung. Wo refer to "Dr. BILL of complainant being filed In this caso, every Monday morning at 8 o'clock. of every kind Linseed and Sperm
: 4 cask Dried it to the satisfaction of the Arrives at Jacksonville same evening, and DWELLING .
Apples, that the most fastidious shall leave him Curtis' Hygeaaaor Inhaling liygeana Vapor and appearing \ HOUSE suita
-:..;. B barrels Apples with dissatisfaction in their D .Cherry Syrup." With this new method Dr. C. has Court that the said defendant resides without the leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock touching at July Oil Glass;Putty,&. tf V V ble for a snail family by th* first Jsaaa*. kfl'

$ Backwheat Floor in sacks and boxes and a Call and All I rep bug restored mAD/afflkted ones to perfect health j as State of Florida. the intermediate places above. I CONDICT, JENNINGS Co- ry.: B.utnottoeie.ed314peemestb.. Apply atColUera.Remedy .
r Nil assortment of Provisions and Groceries of all and serve you. Read! read!I !} ap an evidence of which bo has innumerable certificates. On motion of George W.Call Solicitor for Complainant Through fare from Palatka Picolata and Black SADLER, COACH,IIARD\V AR,&. thlseffi e. 1aOY25 1 S ,
rea .
kinds and for sal. it Is Creek, *800
by MODE A Jacksonville, Speaking of the treatment a physician remarks I No. 165 Meeting
January 1855. MILLER A McCUEN. door t"MonungN.ws" office, : It is evident that inhaling-constantly Ordered That a hearing of the facts charged In Through far from Jacksonville .600 1'jaly3 CfiarUttonS.C.. for Diseased Hones."THIS .... a I.

doe aat Bay street, Savannah. breathing an Agreeable. healing vapor the medicinal -, said Bill of Complaint be had at a term of this Through tickets an famished from Jacksonville preparation i U warranted to care
Jg Jacksonville Nursery. 1 properties must come In direct contact with Court to be holden at Jacksonville, in the county to Charleston for - 800 MATTHIESSEN A O'HARA .. X Lameness Spavin Big H d lJiC Jaw,FOSOK. .
Notice of Sale of Steamer Hancock, &c.TVTOTICB the whole of the arial cavity of the lung, and thus i of Dnval on the first Monday of February next ti' The WELAKA connects with one of the WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE, der of th Shoulder

"T"HE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully can the at-' hereby given that by virtue of and escape the many and varied changes produced upOD and that said Defendant do appear and plead answer New York and Philadelphia. Steamships from Savannah ., No. 143 East Bay corner Queen Fetlock, Sprains, JStiflsv Joint,.aad ,Hock Leg.Joint Back., Binws gpUnta--i. .a -
1 Uatkmorthocttisonsof Dual and adjoining i. I Decrees them when introduced into the stomach and or demur to said Bill of Complaint on or be- every Wednesday.C ff S.C.
of the Circuit Charlatan tf
1 of July Wind,Galls.RinrBoa*.String Halt,Swelled Le 34
S tw Palatka. *&
1 pUal K. DUKE .
counties to their choice selection of fore said or decree will thereupon in the C
Court the States for the subjected to the process of digestion Tbe n, day pass Cracked Heels Thrush. PoD Evil,, Saddl.
Noen Di A Jacksonville. .
Fruit Trees UI is for All the same manner as if the said Defendant baa appeared AGrirra.BISBEE CANOVA WARDLAW WALKER & BURNSIDE
Vines sal at druggists' throughout ,
Grape Rasp trIal of Fi .iUC" a Court o Actl. : geana ADd in Court, july8-tf ( S. M. LAFFITEAU, Savannah. Old Sores. Strain-th*Road Boa aad ether-
was present Cotton Factor and- ,
her apparel the conn try. Joints Enlargement of the Back Joint and aQ d.... ,
% berry Gooseberry Currant le nak. New Dutchman J 14. It is further Ordered, That a copy of the COMMISSION MERCHANTS
ap York
one f favor of William A.IcWen o/ FOR ENTERPRISE ****** Horses, which are caused by Inflation of-
Cherries Suckle and D of Abner I The Inhaler is worn oa the breast under the linen above Order be published in some public newspaper N &Atlantic Wharf;' the Muel. ti7 Full dirlditm.'
1, Honey O__". said I&tl without the' least inconvenience heat of published In the State for the ace of three And all the intermediate Landing on the JutS Cluirletton;S C. tf TRY IT- 1&u'

1. Altheas, / cock, her p.'U, 8 Tuesday the IL day.of the body being sufficient to evsp rat the SIlL months before the day" appointed MTWA. for'.ld hearing. ST.JOHNS RIVER. LONDON DOCK PORT WINE To b*had at: "APOTHECARY HALL. : (1i
and other sale Januaryneztathlo'clockA.M, At town ofPalatka Hundred of CASES of CURES like the follow* GENUINE aovll-3t- ,Jaeksoavia Fla
plants now for on the grounds of Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern THE Steamer Darlington, MADERIA WINE .
Oliver Wood Esq, fronting the Pla.nkroad..a At the plaot where the said boat now lies. log might bo named. One Package of Hygeana S : FRENCH .
J. will leave
Dated at has eared mo of the ASTHMA Of sit years stand oct 14-3m :.Circuit of Florida. ICapt Brock Jacksonville BRANDY. Elyalan Cologne : ,; .
ALSO Paa F every Saturday morning, at 8 o'clock arriving Expressly for medical purposes at
1854. ing. Valuable Sea Island Cotton and ess* VLETSI.ANCOLOONE-at .100 .
SAWMILL, CIRCULAR HAND and other saws, _thlm. .BLACKBURN;KabL.de3' Jot. F. Ktetbtrry, P. M. qfTJuncaimm Pa, ? Corn Land/or Sajle. 2C at Palatka same day,-in leaving connection Palatk lat 5 sep 2-3t APOTHECARY HALL. s. 62eta.nerplntsodamingtoqt .

I Uagths and gaages to isiS this mark an from by GEO. .. ZKHNBAUEB Deputy. I am cured of the ASTHMA 10 years standing *TOUR'tniles'abore the Bar of St.John's river o'clock Monday Carolina Morning and Wetaka. Returning with will the II.W. KINSMAN,. ta (JuIy6-31) 'AP9TDEC .Jt.%.. .
steamers ,
I Bakewea A Co. Maaofaetory. Saws from this es- by Dr.Curtis'.Hygeana. JF located the Thi- tract 117 King Strut .
immediately on river -
,1, tabHshmoBt ..Ye. tboetmghly tested in this IB Ckancery.-Pntnam Connty.' 2 ..ffargartt Eation, Brooklyn, N. T. embraces seven hundred sad fifty acres five hundred leave Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning bat In store an immense stock of Dying and .Renovating Eat.bulbaemt.w: ;* ITi
region et country and proved to bo the Tory best Mrs..Paul of No. 5, Mammond si, N. Y, was ant hammock and Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday. morning, and WINDOW SHADES, rvr Ji.i "
Leer Giiso5 Exscatriz 1 of It-or' nearly so, rate land
L arrive at Jacksonville same day. H :
over offered Sathis ,mariwifor,euUiag the eared of a case of Bronebetia by the Hygeana. \ ha such
tI1abef of Florida.Jast pine **. I severe and in its original state with the Exception of A. 51.REED. which It now offering: price at to.pro- SAVANNAH, ,GEO. '? a !
i C. ( Bill : S about eighty acres cleared, an4-well adopted for a :sent gnat Indacemoots to customers. .
BIBKZT Jacksonville.
.Alln'd : ,
rocotvod Wlu t Forb'.Iou 73ss1EsWiliahed l z. : '
aad for sale, Canal Flour, Park. f My sister has been cured of a DISTRESSING the ensuing season. Steamers'necessarily R.R. -- ALSO 'ZT3
: Xctnd Sagars Chagspagas Ci4.r,Pilot Broad I" i Jg. COUGH several years standing, and decided to crop pass within mYlarda of the place itt ascending jaly7-tf! Agent at REID Palatka Laea and MnalinCurtalusSatliDeLiaesDani.asks TmS.1Iecn ;, fnltohis patrons and ftUadtJ-

floda'aad Sagar Crackers by the barrel coffee by C A } be incareabloby Physicians.. She was CURED the river. On the premises there is a very superior A&, all at great bargain; Jury8-tf favors would state that,isj.| .

thotaok.RaisinsSoapCanWsurch and Cn- I. ,la ONE MONTH by the Hygeana. or three-story mansion house with a basement of Shirts Collar and Cravats. k addition to lbs Improvem*nts' 'in:Dymg,acquired 4
diM by.Uobox, Par Goshoa ButLer by tile firkin P being msd.toappeaxby aday1tt2iatSamusl tJ.H. Oaubtrtyf. Richmond, Jilt. nine feet Location Health, Water, and all other "TT" V.' B.LANSINGD..lioa.46O 462, and 464 S.-aCOURTENAY'AND by him during his last visit to England and Scott.,.
.' frost, srboro t.U,1u4 flows with aUk sod .D.Morgan.defendant In this cause, .resides Price three Dollars P.ekare.-80Ll.by CURTIS natural advantages not to be surpassed.' Title .[t., Broadway, Albany N. Y., Manafactartr BOOKS, STATIONERY CHEAP liidhu mad. amngononts ft>r_extending;hla*
hoasy,New York City Car llama beyond the limit.of the State Florida, tawttt A PERKINS A BOYD ,A PAUL No." 149 good and terms.accommodating.. Apply to Tns-I of SKIRTS, COLLARS STOCKS Ao! ,for the 'PUBLICATIONS, bnainoss by which ho bnewtnabtedtoDy*Agr aU.r .
motion supply
.r .. in the State of North Carolina, It is, O of Chambers N. Y4 PaobreI'IeDt free by ox- JulyS K:3BroadStm CharIe tiAGNEWFISHEWk of Colors Silk and
B.JLCORWIY'4CO. tha th no, Pinckney, A Co Charleston S. (X,A.T. Bra- of Gents' Furnishing Houses throughout the tonffa variety. oa JTooEen .Dnssssy
Dawk Complainant's St.Ordered prow to any part of tho UnltedStatos for Tea Dolls. ComelIer steamer Carolina the Shafls. hi.which ho kuatswiflp..raBy'peas< aflr'
; :iSynodical Samuel do aad bam Palatka Capt. jor United States., Orders from any part of Union HOXE5 S
: College Appear lU-Dr.Gnrtts' is the ORIGINAL
who with their
e. N. Hygeana to tho owner oa tho place. i' Ulb* ailed promptly. may favor him ptroaap.i'': ''
answer, th*said Complainant's Bill shallb.Iakanpr.eoitf.sss and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE all others are FACTORS. AND COMMISSION HES- Gentlentta'a OarmenU Ckaned .
B. HOPKINS. Having been long engaged In this business, and Dyad or Res**
1fiT. IV.I1thiUSI and that this IIN ImuiltatIOus or vile and INJURIOUS ,eonaUrfeiU. Marport P.0., .\ '-. mannfactwsd for tholargeet Houses in the -. .CHANTS >T' Tatedaa may be r amirad.4a th*.cam saaerW:

S ,, Order b* published one a week la some.. .ppr Shun them a*yea. would. POISON.' St John's BInif;R.".September 23,.18S4-U he has no doabt of'giving universal satisfaction country Accommodation Wharf Charleston,S.C\ style has gea.talI1IOIIQDIa pleased. his'j**) 5 -
in th Circuit Florida
printed sale irons and friends.JAdie '
: Bn For b1 -. .
and '
,CRIYflN- OEOMLt. space of(car 'JIILLEX& McCUINInsolvent nal.L-'DCW..U Notice.. ; .- purchases. in price ctua1it1'8OYll&t W.-G..BANCROFT 4 0 _sraUi of this Institution wffl b* rason4 At D. 14.1854.WILLIAM aad't Iho lUi. : ", -
f e -'.'.; Notice. Tim fifth Instalment of Stock I.. -c. Notice. ? : NET. CASH JOBBING HOUSE.: th aaost JoaabIelt1lIM. OTdIrsfrm.tbSTh.e. ,
; 2 4,. UM SECOND MONDAY, JANUA- A FORWARDr LINA... KIFF,' Administratrix, aad" and Alligator Plank,Road Company :from date'undersigned Ad Nos.'253 4 255 King Street try panctoany attended to. Terms modermU.,?
Its,sJ, ILYat.* PriileiiVi andertb* ootind,direction of Judge o th* Circuit Court' o&Btr CAT Crespo Administrator of All and singular has called for aad is payable at,tho office SIXIIOnD of tha} "Estate of.Js*. B.42 la,decesjed 'S ChaLiitc7. rf,':.l. Whim parcels art sent by sUaabaatjwr laflroad,.*. Sword
JUv. CRMSXBS P.B. Mimi, of Treasurer on the first day of October next win anal account and voachers to ___ 'Aoold bo sent .
;;;4 S wtawffl>baid. lIT. aDd d 2I' JFR the goods chattels right sod erodtt*,of present '.u'nBSEN hia by httef .. -
.tperieDce4 : :
eompe- GEORGE W.C.Ux.-Se/1. of Probat for Putnam for PosMMKos
that ho
the Hon.jMgv county so. Ibov wbs1o.eR.
I Uat of Prof F.SkilWe of Otis deceased hay. : majr .
Faesdty ; county
kad BALE '
MMTS Teachers in th* va < September. 4-6.m.; T setttem.stadwm: u.Uut same tin* ask to lie DgALERS IN.OROCBRJIiSi LIe u. .
rie *.t1. A asost tiMroagb sod extenAppUeaiioa aoderslgnod otre Us plae. nh lag this day filed in nyoOeo a "ma..1I. I ..dA otv'S. ; :" 'QU9ttStSE 4cT JaU8 'ALEXARttOWAT.!. "
I dod esuris fit .duMloo, IIIIi4 aMlftWlllJlw II Tim of tU insol of said estatejlhft'b Notice '
. o.porstahodtactheownet .1 D'i. .: GLINSKI, .J.ly8 NomEi t ytt4MtoBv80' tf .
p therefore S
esd.dbythhIoditt1cu. .' -' twobtabO5ndedOtbIsoeth to notify person having PPLXCATION.WUIbe made to th*. Gen- r 51..u.uaWnlt. JQRT. *.DUNHAM : ; .i-1
for admission. eaae nude to th* fo awl y ste situation/f" V II demands against said astato, to file fbeaoma, duly A. eral Assembly for aandtaaahi to tb* Char.ter .1atka Aiigst7, S. S.TABRARJfc BROTHERS,: S FACTOBSANDON S

.,. 5- iWossstortoUw R v.Win.J. Kt: Secretary east sooth and..T balld- proved and.Mtbeaiteatod. before the .J, (.et I of the Florida Railroad OompAny. ,|Jaly2a-3n 'Gardd. -,: ', "Di. SjlN CeFFBEv -' :.CQMY ;
ft*U* Board fTrastoo htg. cWcUrof high .la1. Probate of. Duval County by.the nlath day'of ssortawat/Garde; R 1 !
shad hess to"1", Agent for tha eo-Dtr'7ft1 New York Cltyl .. .
.o :
tUt 1.minaty.gj.arintbs.latIl1De8eClfU. DOTtb.WS6WIn4IAis* CeEsjBy and CasabariasijMa,, i enrLot .I.; TX'J
:4 hmes aad th* morality intelligent of U. awl is protected t&uol JtotribaUoa of Uto asset*of said astato amnn| t tho. Qninin of the" bwt &tji M mId of pal. : "' _
ry .
,Tbs aa*zoUaBtwaOofwateraad '' JWUaoat ;_ ptan4OoereapoodentiA New. York foibasiness i .' .. 'Juliei iC1a&C': : tf I 'JOJUl lVOHARDSOfi ; '
, ? I oomssonlty te which toeatod all eommoad pla a creditors thereof. : : : : : .
leU.,Je1aAdtt ,. .
othars th
and In Jfl will
I '
*:Snteriory ,
! g V to UM fiberal patrons g of th'MopJ, its State ,' *ta '. vicinity seal of said Courts this thoBtaAdayotlJ 8aTt.ueb Qsia. h
.' .. .tfUle .) ; C' i and sal of Fancy and .other Goods. Books '. ect2S-M.c I Jaoksoovw.Vloitdm; .: _,_ # :f: FACTOWAND ._ '
:,H '-'U-1. WM/J.KEITH, Soo y.OLUOI .. v,6. ,. 'o.la-;t &boIIIu4 November ttet,te .hundred year .aad f our 9Ry.foer1EUXLIVING8TON Lord .on-* 1 prints* Machinery, X anafljctawr'*'aadMtccUnSicck -, I TVOKMATION Ij'UTED.OP.WIL COZXTSSIONICRCBANTS' I is QAIr.'N"l.B'.. "rd'.8vedinL-s.: '.

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W.Dl' .um NSUJlTI -
lMTiiesdayIa 4prilPu'
: .1f.
Co.r'k".o.1.e.. : ... GROCERIES,AX PROVIBIOX*. FOUNDRY. MACHINE WORKS, -AWl .3d.- O d ApruJTd aAtPcPQPIurw4: .-_
junnernd' n' Sumtw'Marion .
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.M. .44 Itrk.t.t, Wob.t.v, -. ARTIST. Cole hi a,p--,: 21 'da do.May .,.
rauabu V-OThautc 102 Jr'<. C'Ju4. Comer of Newnan anJForryth-streeU.' N. 1- '.Wednesday'before 4th Monday In May .. CREEL \
<, *ds. XM M, 1 America EttaoKAencnte to'W GRAVES, DecaL..' *: '. 4th 'eN \doMay. THE HOUSE b a Tenr omiDo t-

38.VrMf" 4- 102 JVaae3&rof,ffnerer L.CAPLtA Rooms, on ForsythStrecuDR.FRAMK .. St..Johns, 2d 'do inJuM 1111 ctn' accommodate fcrtrWW ,
*. 17. s. GROCERIES PRO VISIONS FRlJITSic.BayStfeat ---. :* _coo. U. ./
.' : ; : FAtt T 'f'j!
I. Taluabla for .
/ru flydremaran discovery :
tj1j'- : Oranse_fie Lnde 3d Tuesday.before the 1ft abounds with FISH,sal.the'nrrnsiiillai.
.Javl r w
November ,
T.G.-1KTER8--. < Monday ,
mwraortaprevcgtativvof many Lung diseases "
Boy-StntU '
vtmewfnaydnrforbtrisAatoer. The Hydromagenk & GROCERIES PRO'ISIONS&c.- ; -' Putnam, Last Tuesday Won the ,III Monday. 4n .. .SPORTSMEN'
soTe. JEWELRY. November.Snmter .Kepama wW be spared render those who.,
mt I* bra uf. ,and won Inside the boot orfeteC NewnanStfeetJ. .: ; ,
Its.I character i*a powerful antl10 OD.OAK" 4th Monday November., TOT him wits n call.comforiaaie and fcappy ,;
disease. SANTO," .. Marion 'lit.di, In December.. HORSES CARRIAQES wQl be..f

Ifta.rots.It win U found agreeable,warm iv FRUITS, GROCERIES PROVISIONS. Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Alaehua .24 do in December., to convey Travellers in the Intybf> I''Z- !

umiktaniy,I*vest In the coldest rainiest weather Say Street. Cutlery, Ac., Bay-Street. Columbia 3d do.In December.

M tlN foot cannot beeouw wet the Hydromageuis WM. GROTHE St.Johns, 1st 'd in November. MAGNOLIA" : : :HOTJSE ".
Inserted. L&d1.sasy'wear tho lightest wiled J. Be D. hAN HAIl, Duval 3d do November. ,
-x GROCERIES & PROVISIONS SASH Watch-maker and Jeweler $LAtCCsTlzx..Z. '. .'
lorn tr tboM la the most inclement weather with Suu'Cot1u..JIicldte'Cimit. .

Impuaky(while Consumption prevalent among BLINDS,& DOORS, Pott-office C.Building OAK *,SON Bay-Strut.,. sparse viii. THIS ettabUshment Wen laereufatir','
|keyv 7 bo Bay during the past summetthronrtowt .palsied
tb.Z of Guns Pistols 3d Monday ApriLJ.I'
MGTlrcb.7 Dealers in and Manufacturers ,
-, cleaned A
their raaeral 2d a.IIApTII.. *; ansi is new"mad*:IUVI;
as the latter cause the feet to perspire MERCHA1IfDISE.BISBEE.k Ac., Bay-Street. : FamiUea,Invalids.Trtadant:3.eae..yer'thefstareMn.BTOLL :
Sa 1 nl7 eal&h IDADMr I .besides, are DOt LIVERY STABLE. Wabu.'do ApriL win haw ta* supermCse!!
to pedestriullD Scy.ather,like The House CANOVA, Leon, 3d.do lnApril. dence."Mrs.DAVIS.her
4Iaart.west "Buffington By C. Bliss, at Buffiington IIou>e. Gadsden 1st do In March. predeosmarnrntmi ketr;
tMia n".. While 1M latter C&Ue th. feat to DEALERS IN.DRY GOODS GROCERIES thanks tat the liberal patronage heretofore..t.1eel. '
do in
appear extremely large, the ilydromagen being AND PROVISIONS, NOTARIES JIamiJt4th ApriLMadison regrets parting with old associations eu account''

..mere thin slice of cork prepared peculiarly placed Commission and Forwarding -Wharf of ;, FALL n... of family dutie*,and solicits n cctttmuaaoeef yuej
lad.does not increase the size of the boat or Jnoksonvl.11e, F1orJ.da. Savannah Steamer }. C. BARRETT, 1iad"1IOOIIo 34 Monday November favor under the present management. Ta pre .i

cause the foot to appear uUd,. To Children they Bay-Strett., Notary Public, also Commissioner for Jeffenon 24 do' in November. pricIer will UM every ezertion with the ajslstosat.,
art extremely valuable, as they may engage in THIS well known HOUSE, situated on the corner of Newnan several States. Waknlla lit do in November of the present hostess to rive genera'aaLilradlaLi

I servise with comfort and healthy effects. Theirspouse and Adams streets within few rods of the Post Office and BURTON GRAVES, Offic.at Bvffingtm llouit.OHN Leon' 34Gadsden 'do October. Xo debts or liabilities will be paJ4 by the preprie.-
is so slight sets scarce need mention; be- a Successors of II.Timanus, II. II. BOURS 1st do .in October tor unless his written or verbal order. ,TM houfvis

Sdea.those who patronisa them will find their yeardocter'e -. near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the DRY GOODS) GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Notary Public. Hamilton 4th do in November,. desirably.situated the .

Wll wtuc*diminiehed thereby. ,-A<., STATS COVXT-Southern Circuit. Rooms airy, clean, aad aeatacMfurnished ac.ey
.As the Hydromagen is beoeming more known its Churches, has just received a new COAT, and has been renovated Hots','.Rate, Bay-Strut. Qffict at Buflnglm Houie._ baadaomely,.-Mt&fitfwanting.

ale U Increasing to an almost Incredible extent from to bottom with convenience is in rvIQTraz. .
Last year U London Manchester, Birmingham top every now perfect II. E. HOLMES BANK AGENCIES. Levy,4th Monday in March, Being entirely bam of wood which render It

Liverpool Glasgow Leeds,Dublin Paris Antwerp order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an' cr DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVI- A. M. REED, fernando 1st Monday.in ApriL free from dampness.. The rooms coaneetod by vel.
embmrgk,and Burliu our sales reached 1,732.- lions Crockery fla1'dwszeBcota, Hillsborough, 24 Monday in ApriL ding doors which Firs places and blinds towiads.uv0ag
4M pairs of corks Soles This year the number perienced Housekeeper and shall not be surpassed by any otherin and Shoes,Clothing, Ac.,&&, Agent of the Ocean-Strtet.Dank of Charleston. Monroe, lit Monday May. through to the Piazza,which affords *dIigbtfal *-,'

wUilar surpass thatAak of their valae this climate. The Proprietor has determined, that his exertions Bay-Strtet. FAU. THJT. prom.nsde'o(3OO feet aa4"preUct4 1he
the Fac.xt1heir opinion as
J. W. BRYANT house from rain cold winds Ac,and forma a deeii
nrrffentative for Coccus, COLD, ,Baoxcnms, to merit the which shall be bestowed him II. E. W.CLARK, Levy,2dMoodrybmOctoberilernando
patronage upon Agent of the Bank Fairfield, S. C. 3d Monday in October. able Retreat from confinement at aH seasons NIh. .

msA. and CoKScnrnox.Men's Sue pr. pair,35 Cxrrs..LAMes shall be without regard to trouble or expense.A DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVIsions Qfflce in Holnue Rev; fiay-Strttt. Uillsborough,'lit Monday November. year. The House is situated In a central position
j and general Merchandise.BaySired. Monroe, lit do in December. facing the South and retired from other louses
c do. do 30 do. LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House with good It contains 45 rooms and conveniences in pascal
oys'.IItzssrs'do 25 do. STATK COCKT Wettern Circuit.srnura .
Jacksonville and for accommodation be
lfenca-J'IUIII the Retail Price. we make a Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House I*B. AMMERMAN, Foundry 4 WiTACHI TKKV. 23-2m cannot- B.urpsss.ddoe. .S. CARL'

Tory liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS Franklin 24 Monday in ApriL
soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. ,
s* that any storekeeper may make a fine profit on NETWORKS. CalVmn,4th _- in April.-
lists Boots Shoes Ac.JoW .
then-sale, while they are an article hay may be Oct. 21 1854-Gin S. BUFFINGTON. J Cars. Jackson lit do in May 1fVHsAiUU iif Wii'
kept in any store, among any clam of goods IliN.Ba.Slred. rpIIE Subscribers having mad. extensive and Washington 34 do in May.' 1'ALATKA, E. FLA.- ,
Republican copyWATCHES 8. If. WILLIAMS JL valuable improvements in their establishment Holmes,Tuesday alter 3d Monday May. new and pleasant EttabfishmcntrareaU-

t 1 r.tsrmsCOURT. BRADLEY NewYorkJC3T A CO". DRY GOODS GROCERIES AND PRO- are now prepared to fnrnwhSteam Walton 4th Monday May. THIS up br the accommodation of the Tra.vrling _

: Street VISIONS.-Bay-Street. Engine,of any required power,from Santa Rosa lit Monday "June. Public and
unsurpassed by one hither
JEWELRY Eacambia 24 do in June.FALL .
SILVER WAREAND I to 100 faol'lllJ; to established
THE CUEST.ii3.IIL knewopea'dr the reception ef
G. U. SMITH, Saw Mills; TEMX. Boarders
superintended by' Mrs. M.
ASTL.CY Sugar ; Franklin 1st Monday Eeeember. whose earnest care will be to please an sad
the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a TIONEER. Hone Powers; Calhoun Thursday after 4tbMonday November. one who win can in. The public patroneM le every ralectfunysolicited. -.
valuable legacy to the world in his Hill".'.Row Bay-Strett. Grist Mills Jackson 24 Monday in November. !! .8.8.GU5SKI.
Goods. and all other machinery used in this country. after 1st Monday Nor.
Great Preventatlve Consumption, Fancy AMBLER IIOEG, Washington Tuesday sepzJ-om .
LID Iron and Brass Castings.fJiP" Holmes let Monday in November.
UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Steamboat Saw Mill, and other repairing, Walton, 4th do in October.. 1P&AIiWJl
0GEORGE Ac., Ac., at short notice. Santa Rosa 3d do in October. iilQi'B

DISEASES FLAGG BaySt.PARKIIURSTde. ;wAll machinery purchased from as will be & 2d dOl1 October. CIU2LUTO.Y%, S. C. -- ,
without the ute of Medicine. ADAMS, put in operation in any part of the fetato, by '
Sir A.C Bart invented and advised the use competent machinists, when desired and Tudenigned !.
or&b.MEDICATBD Ja.oksonv.11.1e.: OEletst HBTLoxrlcaLAy GROCERIES, PROVISIONS A<%, &c. reasonable terms. upon Northern Ditlrict.Tallahsssee nn hi*frieudran4 the PubGe jrtaerally.that.

FUR CHESTPROTECTOR WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that ,If ear R. W.Bay-Strict.Bias Co.'ll'oaodry. Drawings and Estimates fnrnismed, without 1st Monday in January. be has leased, the that PLASTERS extensive and wen known establishment U.

rpo all persons of all ages and conditons as aJL he has again opened at his old stand, charge. MOONEY A OOOKIN, Apalachicola lit do" in February. now ready the HOTEL sad,
certain and a safe shield again consumption C. C. ACOSTA, July 8-tf Founders and Machinists. Pensaeola lit do in March.St. ble reception visitors. Its eligi
SUl\Il\IRS'DLOCK location,being convenient to aD the ftnalneen
Bronchitis,Asthma Cough Cold and other afflictions FRUITS CONFECTIONARY AND
.Augustine, 1st do in ApriL
of the Lungs which arise from the exposed FLORIDA IRON WORXS. locaUUes, win commend it to those ,110'ii a tW
with a large and well selected stock of SODA-FOUNT.
State of the chest according tofaehon,tad the Y R. W. BIGGS A Co, fl Southern District. city 011 business and no exertions or expense will
continual changes of our climate. WA ldEtJ B W iHtV a WAam Corner Bay Ocean Streett.I JarLxmriUe, Flo. Admiralty- Court sits at Key West t always session. be spared by theProprietor te prostate the eeat--

The Protector"Is simply a chemically prepared M. FULSO.H. now prepared to execute prompHp orders fort sad convenience of'his guests, and render nl*

fur, lined with silk and padded, which suspendedfrom I.A.N: AADGOOTDs FURNITURE. SASH BLINDS DOORS. ABE Steam Engines, Saw Mills Sugar Mills bouse; in every.. worthy of the public pstreasg.andsupport. .
the neck covers the chest in M agreeable a and Fans, Grist Mills horse Powers Iron and LIST OP OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. He pleased to add that ho net
manner that once worn, it becomes a neceetity and to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the Over H.E. Jlolmtf Store Bay-tt. Brass Castings and every variety of Machinery. Governor,JAMES E.BROOME. secured the services, as Book ke.perd3fc.. W.

a comfort New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements both as Casting Forging and Blacksmith Work,Saw Mill, Secretary of State, F.L.VILLIPIGUK. Lamkin so long aDd favorably known to the tra
The Protector," although but recently introduced regards style and price, that cannot be eurpassed in Charleston or Savannah. RESTAURANTS. Steamboat, and other repairing. Comptroller,T. W. BREVARD, veiling community of this and the adjacent fitatew.july83m .

into America making rapid progress throughthe Among my assortment may be found PH03NIX RESTURANT AND BILLIARD Tb,y will continue the manufacture and keep Treasurer,C. H.AUSTIN. O. .BOD"
United States the Canada, South America I constantly on hand,jheir variety of Plows, Timber Attorney General M. D.PAPY. -
and the West Indies. It has for a long time WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do, NAPKIN SALOON Carts Chain, Ac, to which they respectfully barite MAGNOLIA HOTEL,
been a staple article m England and on the continent LEVEnS RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, .., .. Bj Paul B. Canora Newnan-St. patronage. july 8-ly Supreme Jlldre"Thomu ,
of Europe while it has grown in many countries FIXE GOLB PATENT (full jeweled,) Baltscn Chief Justice, Tslshss.ee. On the 81.Johns River,

to the position of an article of dress. II, II DETACHED coin oDstaDt1YODbJ\DdancimadetoorderCromp"r', and warranted .BLACKWOOD & Co.'s RESTAURANT Jacksonville Dlackamlthlng, C.U.Dapont, Associate Associate Justice QD,. ,Usrjr-a CIIAKGE or Carr. O. J; llrair.
4 4' JacksonvilleCircuit
..demonstrate these facts enquire of any English LAPINES, Bay-Strut. AND Douglas Justice mills II anew House recently opened for theaeJL -
resident in your vicinity of his knowledge of (with i without hunting csac s) CUTLERY. MACHINE SHOP, Judge commodation Boarders and visitors freeitho
the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, At former Stand of Sedgvick. Western J.J.Finley, ) North daring the unseeing and future seaaoaw. "
aecocuseTODOCroaisoof any kind. Tb. M DETACHED do. do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo.Wostea- IfewnanStrett.TABACCOXI8T.. Middle. .1.iT.Baker, Tallahassee., It stunted
wrrnocr immediately on the St John's liver
of M Timber Car- ,
holm A T7URNISHES Pkmghs kinds
do. do. Son consiting
tnfle and LAPINES, Eastern W.A. Forward. Palatka. -
these articles is a mere about 25 miles from
cost of wearing JF Jacksonville sad n short aV-
Carts Chains
for Mill
work of
will last some years. No One who values tbe From good makers, which. will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS an kinds riages Sugar, Mills Ac. Mills Southern, Thomas E.King, Key WesC. tance from the mouth of Black Creek and is Best

health of himself or his family will be withoatthem. good time keepers. RAZORS. Ac. F. S. DERNANDEZ { "Particular attention paid to Steam Boat aDd Solicitor ofthe Circuit favorably located and conveniently Kited up for tb*

The Hospitals in this country are not alone JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS Saw Mill reparing. Wheerwrighting done at shortest Western, James Landrnm, Milton purpose mentiemed. Arrangvmento are made for'
recommending them but rapidly introducing them. i' TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS. notice. CgT: All orders at the store of S. Middle Pam'l B.Stephens Qoincy, the accommodatiou of sixty boarders, and already
Harcourt. Bradly A Co,of London and Manchester Cons'iscing of VEST Such as CORALS, PORTE MOxIES, ACCORDIONS Nn M..SI,abort Biiffington Ilmut.LAW. V.Williams win be promptly attended to. Eastern, 'James)Baker, Alligator. numerous visitors have availed themsulvesefa'in...
England were originally entrusted with tbe GOLD GUARDS, FOB AND BRACELETS CHAINS.CHATELAIXS PERFUMERY, LI BINS' AND aug 19-If J.A. FARMAR. Southern. Henry D.Kendnck Tampa, cation at the MMajrnolia.w The Howe isconvcnieni
manufacture of the Protectors by the lamented LOCKETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, County Officer. tftftne Mineral Spring and boats and poneys are

Dr.Cooper sad continue to manufacture accordingto PENCILS DIAMON, CROSSES RINGS,, REGARD KEYS, SEALS Do. PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEL CASES thiS PEARSON, To the Pu.b1l.o. (First name,Judge of Probate;second name,Clerk kept for the purporc going thither. 'I",rW-

at*original inttrwetions, and therefore recommend GOLD THIMBLES, SLEEVEAND ROSEWOOD WORK ATTORNEY AND-COUNSELLOR. of Circuit Court;third name,Sheriff;fourth name- tor respectfully 'Invites strangers and citisona I.
UKMC who would wear"The Protectors, to BOXES, PORTABLEWRITIFO "drop ID"orscjonrna&the
COLLOR mull UNDER."iaXED, sneeesson to ButT whenever it occurs-Tax Assessor and Collector) Magnolia Hewejuf winter ,
see to their being genuine. STUDS CUFF BUTTONS PINS, DESKS, Office opposite Urn Court House. I JL TIXAXCS, No.3, Holmes' Building, have in Counties. .. Post Office.Escambia or summer,and thus afford him an epportunilr.

RZXCXIBB .1111 U A anita AUTICLC ASD SOP BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, RETICULES, FANS, COMBS, FELIX LIVIXG8TOH, store and for sale, Charles M. Jordan FensaeoU. devoting that attention to their comfort whira i*
Aun MeDicine. BRUSHES, TilER- A 4EXERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE F. E. De LaBs will give himself aDd the able superintendent. aw
RETAIL PRICES. CHILDRESS'SES F.L anD U much pleasure to manifest. .
Gen's Sue, - II,50each PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS, TOYS, TEA BELLS, Office in the Court Ilonse.McINTOSH. Santa Rosa, John Chain Milton. July J. A. SUMMXXLUr
Wl IU' do. 1,00 do. Together with various other articles too numerous II W.J. "
75 de.UABCOURT McQ.UEEX Consisting of Dry Goads, Groceries, Provision, Stokes
Bors A Misses do. SILVER WARE.to mention. Isaiah M 'Orange
Cobb jr.
,BRADLEY A CO, N. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES,and JEWELRY, ATTORNEY LAW, Hardware and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware, Walton Daniel MeLeod, Zoehecanna. .zIz1L-:
Caps Saddlery a
38 An Street 1tl Nassau Street thoroughly repaired and warranted,at tauhDrl.StGAR Office on Baj-St.in Mr. Ochus House.C. I I Giles Bowers IIliieU
FORKS TABLE,DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS assortment of Books and and all
large Stationery,
New-York n. s ett notice. & TERMS CASH. are mf rm d that the above HcUt
[oct28-ly TUB
Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood Street Ctuaptide, SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do, BROW ARD, other articles suited to the trade; to which they a Munroc "I. .been Itattd from Dr.. Djaajoi and,no
A. ILBrowneO CerroGordo.M. I
London Manufactory. 44 MarLtt Street JUan = ATTORNEY AT LAW, invite the attention of the public and ask them to I Holmes .U.Stanley,, I pomes via be tpared to render tho time agreeahlo
call and examine their '
Office Ocean-St. stockbefore purchasing and to give eatufaction to all who
ekteter, England. on II R. R. Goddcn mar favor nto
U. B.A Co, are establishing Depots for the sale elsewhere, as they flatter themselves that theycan Washington Tabor "I with a calL 'Anew Bathing House has been cree.
of "The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians New Goods New Goods FRASER, sell.as low as anyone else,for cash or country Washington Worthington, M led at the Spring for tbo accommodation' of theon

Snrgeuns. Druggists Clothiers Dry Goods ATTORNEY AT LAW. produce.T. John A.Tabor, who may desire to bath in one thefnttt SufpAwr
Merchants,Uen and Milliners,also Gentlemen' Office F | GRAVES Jackson, J.B.RonIIae Marianaa Spri1t.K.ja 114 c-a1r7._ The location Is". _1.
Furnishing Store-Keepers are entrusted with the on rsyth-St. CjT; N. IV-M.\7.Gaivts would respectfully John W.Pooser, M able for Aeottfc, aol emerpszucdintbe 8tate. Beautiful -.
wholesale aad retail distribution of them, and to AMBLER & HOEG J. P. SANDERSON, inform the public that he still continues the James Griffin M high pine lands free from tho aaoyanec ef fa..

whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DAGUERREAN BUSINESS, Jesse M.Clark, sects especially Mo ntitot* Can' aceneamefeio .

,sad A splendid opportunity opens to them for safe Have just -
Dad prvfttabl business. : : Jacksonville, July 81854. .. 1L Parker J.DICJQSON., Pl.r.-
For terms apply to1IARCOrRT PIOYIIHM F.J.WIIEATON.ATTORNEY J. ** aept.28. IS54-6L
:: : : : : : : Thomas Land .

33 Ann Street, BRADLEY.New-York A CO.,U.S. CORN FLOUR, BACON PORK. HAM. BUTTER. LARD fC *CL Jack mrille.AT LAW. Ola.oa.jD: Storo. Franklin Samuel Thomas Spencer J.Eppe Ap M. .XAGV01ZAHOVIX.- -/
A Warning. With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. $< HENRY E. IT. CLARK, CThigpen, UGad.den JaektmiilU.Florid.

ty Delay not; harbor not in your mid tha G.W. CALL Bay Street. E.C.Love Qa lle,. 0* THE SUBSCRIBER has J ete .ptetW tie
Goods Subscriber has received a large and elegant C.Lester Jtl above House, fitting it up te Oo mess ea. >
of that a dieeate will Dry ATTONEY AND COUNCELLOR.R TUB ,
.eirtem* fools'philosophy, of GOODS of different kinds seUeeed S. B.Lov*, .4 tenable,., and will uo every txertientealaas
get cured of itself or that you can cure U with cer Offi e em Bay-St. by bimself and particularly adapted to the James M.Smith, M all that may favor him with their patronage. y.

ta1.djclaecforafewdoilare, Beware bow you Of Pnixrs, a largo and well assorted stock, R. DORMAN, wants of this section of the country II. respect' Lees D.W.Gwynn Particular, -.attention paid. to Invalids. : -

welfare. Linens Bonnet Ribbons fully invites a call from his old customers and th. U.Archer,jr. S A.COT,:
with general Ginghams Sheeting ATTORNEY AT LAW.
tamper your
Ocean and Mosroe.stcasta
public generally llis stock consists in part,of liT.Blocker 'S
Ye wild and vicious youths why will yon persist Office on DaySt.PIIVIIICIANS. ZacksoavllleJuIyS.1851. >
Crash .
DeLains Taffetas
'Shirting MWakalla "
In doting with the filthy nauseating oompoands daily .STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,GROCERIES L.C.Demilly, Good Stabling for Horses. JI It _
proffered thereby impairing your appetie and Alpacas Osnaburgs Hosiery Florence Silks ,HARDWARE,CUTLERY WOOD AND George Miller, Kew Port.T.J.M.Rfehar4son .
digestion, and destroying you mentally well as CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND ,.. 0. .Merchanfu Hotel,, ....0.
physically, when you can be cured with a few doses Cashmeres, Dress Trimming, indkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, II.D. HOLLAND, SHOES,HATS AND CAPS,FANCY G.W.Walker, .". : .Charietton, S. C.UKDCCTIOH ",

pleasant medicines T Blankets &c. &c. Office on Ncirnan Street.A. ARTICLES MUSICAL L INSTRUMENTS Noah PeN,, IJT PftICIS.k .- .' ,:'->-. .
PERFUMERY, Ac, Jko, Jefferson T.J.Chase MonticeBe
You who are thai annoyed and wish to be restored THE undersigned having leased this Hotel,
to heath sad vigor by a treatment at once S. BALDWIN, All of the above Goods will be sold on as good James R.Tucker M &situated in King Street,solicit from the travel

pleasant and effectual should consult Dr. MOR- CLOTHIMG. Office on Bay-Street. terms as at any house in this city Joel Walker, ling public' share of patronage. .Board,_tKM

:KIS.. His success m chronic diseases hu been A fine assortment of VESTS, fine COATS, BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and SACKSTKE3, OVERCOATS : july 22 1I L W.CLAR. A.James D.Morris, Jla C.n. per day; single dinner,50 eta only. ,

Eater than that cl any other physician of bis day.. SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS CRAVATS, STOCKS, *.. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Madison. ,S.R.McDonald'Sessions, July 8-Cm JAMES. MHEIST..
bate been for years afflicted with disease CHARLES DtWALL.A I M

or consequences resulting from excess have W.a a-WA 9 APOTHECARY HALL. "leLJMMe? VIVi .II ma-y T.M.Anderson.R.MeK3nney, M CHARLESTON HOTEL* .
Wen restored to health and vigor under his really ** MIXER
dentine&& TUBS Cedar sad painted, BUCKETS, MEASURES, KEELERS, covered, FLOUR and SUGARBOXES DRUGS.1JEDICINES,1)ERFUMEny,4e.MClilIen Jacksonville.Flo. Hamilton' K.J.Stewart, Jasper, Cornu Meeting and Hayno, Streets .

,- Should n personal InmVvtew be objectionable AXE HELVES ASn BOARDS, MARKET BASKETS. ,Ac,A.: Bay-Street. SALES in say part of the County. shaded tee James JohnFrink H.Iieimdry- "". July8 Cfcarfc to*,S.C. .,. tt,
slate diteas in writing-enclose fir* dollars : respectfully solicited. .
your -
-addnes Dr.W.H.MORRIS, through the Postnea :3 & tJ B I SAW MILLS. Goods sent to the subscriber on commission either r .J.IT7B.SIDiu. UCduabLa : HILLS HOUSE .

Savannah,Ga, aDd a package of medicines EMPIRE'l1LLLS. I for private or auction disposal,. will be quickly .eorles.Iler1tril: Allgaior.,MReuben ,TUOSAS S.NICI1ERON, 'v.
eeuiily put up, will be sent privately and with A large and complete assortment of all kinds. Perkly Parkhnrst & Co. Jacksonville. attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The .8. Comer os Meeting aad '
despatch, fall directions therewith and no questtonc ". Subscriber has been known in this community for Bogies, :1I1y8 Ckartttton, Z"
naked. maWH&liit. MECKLENBERGII MILLS. : a number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise.lie .- W. A.Sheffield '
rsesoasliviag at a distance afflicted with Scro- offers no recommendations but desires that Inquiries Alaehua, J..Cu&oa.If .. .- PAVILION, HOTEL. '
Blackwood A JacksonTille. II MDavaL H.
felt Old Clears Totter,Cancers Piles Fistula in .BRUSHES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, COLOGNES, &C.. &0. should be made concerning himself any R. Younghlood < L..BUTT..ERFIELD.
An Gravel Strictures Gleets or any disease what CAROLINA MILLS. I commercial house at the place of his resld ee. c.L.Wu.o. Comer of Meeting and HaseVsta_, _
gHII&KEHY'IC the fire h. Felix Livingston, ,3acboaYiDe.Geore jlalyS CAerI.sto.uC. '.". ,. tt
ev.r of an aggravated or malignant character,can Kelly A Co. JacksonTille. Since has located his store on Fonyth Eton If '
at home Dr.. street on the burnt district where his Auction business *,
-ko cured by consulting MORRIS by ..
assortment that has been offered in this Uriah 'It
a fee. largest market consisting of common ware, white I'also at present.conducted and where. Bowden '
codoaing :
,letter post paid Granite and Marble Glassware, Preserve.and Fruit FLORIDA MILLS. 5' NEW YORK :: "
.Medicines aad safe, can be sent maD Malbery sells Dishes all styles and qualities of keeps on hand on the most reasonable terms John MeKinlay,
U any part of the United States. per Tumblers, Goblets Wine Glasses Fluid and Oil Lamps Candlesticks,Lanterns Jugs,Jars 8pittoonsAe Fairbanks ACo. JacksonTille FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Nassau. James T.O' ieo. Woodstock ,:_ '-

: Partial attention given to the trettaaeat'oIC. / HARDWARE.Selected PALMETTO MILLS. For Caiti and Country Produce. Zfaisau C.C.Besseat. Mills.,5. J. Holmes, .

;maie with IrregnlaritMS eonrplawta. Ladies Flour Alba who may Whites be afflicted Pro- ".expressly to supply; the peculiar demands of this'market, goods trending sad MIR- -- L-Sdleefr6 'TflIPUCENIX .: JaI,8-tf .CHARLES. .DV 1Jc ArJBcaddeck, ..' .. 100 Van Street If.T.<+g ,VS- -
purposes, Carpenters' tools, Ac, Ac. D.Uljcginbothanu UTILLpsjuarathaliouIosaI..eTd-
npsusTJtri,.r Falling the Womb would do THOS.J.UXDaiCKS. JAM IS B.CXBIS. VV .
MILLS., StJohn'j' Gad llwnphreys,' .SLA. low Pin Lumber, ,Live Bat; an*
wofl t*lay.aside an false deleeacy, ted promptly WINES LIQUORS. Stephens A Foster,JacksonTille.CLIFTpK To Planters and Lumbermen. F.C.Uumphjeys.. -U other SOUTHERN TIMBER PRODCCZ..sad

eneuR.the Doctor Cures warranted. FINE OLD BRANDY, HOLLAND GIN and BOURBON WHISKEY boWeL Do.in casks.. nnHE undersigned having formed acopartnenhfp Jacob Mfckler U to order for purchasing MEBCHASDI3E.-. '/
Ct AU Utters to.receive attention mast be ALE JjORTER, CHAMPAIONE, CIEDR,Ac, Ac. I 'MILLS. JL for tha purpose of transacting a Putnam W.W"TfUlabUa. It July. 7-tf .. '

'ucetpald, eadotiag Savannah a Gee.tOmeuiuRgRoom fee.. Address Dr. W..U.- THE SUBSCRIBERS may be found for the present in the new building erected for temporary Taylor, Richardson Cou, JacksonTille. General Merchant Business at* ,Stanislaus GUnskI SI .

.MOT&I5, street. use on the site of the old stand destroyed by fire. They hope to open the year 1855 in the large and MAGNOLIA,E. P., Nathan Norton. 8.1. Rockcabug'cu3wr .
mouumant Ataare;, lo.SSBryus 2 op- elegant store corner Ocean and U.yltre.u. which is now In course of erection._dec 2-tf SPRINGFIELD' MILLS.'- would retpectfuQ call the attention an who are Marion. John Melntosh, 0caJa. ; '
** July -2y _
In the Circuit Court *f Putnam County, E. A. DrCOTTES, JackBonrille.MOODYS desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their Urge and Robert BuDoek' ,. COMMISSION. MERCHANT.-
Baden Circuit.r Florida. : :Eoth3oa7rv"' EaU HEW SKYLIGHT well selected Stock, consisting la part of S.UeIve.tesh ', '1IlAItEitL'aLtentios 1 12 Pearl Street,.tIP.-.*.. -'ste* "- -'.

Anthony Testament Robins( Conrad, Executor YcnDoUen of tie last, late mn'&ad of said ::11: Tea Depository:' ::1f !lagutraiait itIIern! ; P. MoodyJsckaonville.BELLECIIASSE .MILLS. Dry HaU Boots Goods, Caps and Shoe, Groceries*, .Qneeasware Oredury Dngs Medicines and,Glassware, ,1AT1.- J.M.WUlJs7 JobaL7Ier. Wacanaoa..-U"<* 'W Cotton Rica, Sugar will Lumb.riTiaihecsad'ctberSoethsmPisoeAho1ifltb5ale b* givieha.u3 pur'oc*.'

County,'deeed C.mjwLTs.Dkis Removed 't* the New Store In lie-line it FINEOAN ,MILLS, Iron, Nails, Paint,Oik Robert WaUcntonlAOIshorough -4' chased on most advantageous terms,. julyS-tf
.. and others,the Heirs and Credi- Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin's THE SlIlIterlberbepl.ay. to mformthe dUsens Beflechasse A Fmegan,JacksonTille. Hardware and CaUery"Window Glass. Simon Tarman '" T..IIL. '
ton III said buu.Defendant Office Jacksonville.YI Jacksonville and its vicinity that he still Particular attention 1tkt to.tha Provision But Cunningham ,, RCHt" Coa-Patent Ground 8.*$.

ATDOXY2OBIE*. 'txscatcrsi aforesaid. THESE is kept constantly on hand large and continue to keep open UsJfEW .. : REED & IIOLMES'S MILLS. ness hay Bom,JCettPorkv Flour,Bacon,F1shltm&Isrpquan., :E.T.Kendriek, ".- ., A. T Subscribers..maaBfaeture; aiM best

A haviof tied his BUI en the Chantry siderfmsolvencyof W, wen saUcted Assortment! of SKYLIGHT GALLERY-- Reed A UoLcoes,Jacksontille,j"" Molasses,gagar, Hsroando 1 Joseph M.Taylor,' '. J DeSoto.Meara inches Cart Steel iaches CIRCULAR iadiaaMtem SAWS; from ,.
.._;_' .tkin Cosdi.asssUag IM soobtlA.' 'BET/OS AITO CHEMICALS: on PoouythStreet.seoond door weetcf'Dr.;Hot- TTj M.Garrison eighty ;
hardened .
of all kinds Charles are teump.red.jpz4 are frotta4 n 4tmshed
Itls that purchased.AU
.w Estate i Ordered, all persons having 'Always received by'the latest arrivals,,warrantedfresh ,. land's residence MAY ORT MILLS.. .
claims neatest the aM Estate,a*Creditors eeetis.urui.sIintbs1tsaidsLaswitb Where he b $ maklog pordaieiN. LL.etpb- .4 machinery designed expressly rJUPOH.'aDd th%
A-Parsons 1e.inTiI.toc4.beor
aad pictures m a manner Hoeff
genuine. 4bI ,- # ;
*. Banjamin SaWyer Jte1 y. are,therefore mnoasnperioc IDIhOSS'
th Clerk ofthb not j
Court wand for the' sail eceatyof*Putnam I I'erfurnery1Coaba Brushes 'oaps,*. In surpassed' 11,1.1I'.u.bis Rooms has spared M e*> : Mayport Dnral! Coqpty,Fla.. .BA Urge U.OFtaWsd.tNegTO Goodisuch PeUrCraso. : ground UM usual mnaerss.th.y art,strenf> : .
Lamp, Hurtling Fluid, 4tewhich pens fitting up baring a splendid Robert!Clark nod and stiffened by la. .
-_Wove the twenty-4fth day.Jaauairl A-Bl reception room for ladies. fitted in n neat and ',. PANAMA 'MILLS.E. .-, i Kerseys, Blankets Ac. : 2 increasing'lenet tTtVfcpTlL.
1861. .AM that this notic4U fvtUahed toiofljXeuwpaper wltt.be soldlow lor cash. tasteful style;besides his large Ana np Skylight ena. ..R. Gil hrist. : July 8.tt _: UEKDRIdS CHBSS.ACARD. !&..ITOUDt..J. 'I1 ". regularly from' the cutting edge to bossotqop,
Panama Daval
in this Orcuft vne* week,'untQ the2UnnTlaniier Country' torders solicited and punctually attended hUng him to.take pictures group or"sinaly,in ( County.. iT i- Orange,, Algerses&speerq. ; 'Enterprise.M. ," ..: sequently do not .become bestedpask4jp.
'taW .-' to, Payaieians'wvserlptSoaiputUBwUncannndilcrpatck clear Post oft A JaeksonTille. Arthur.- produce great saving fa.timber. V, "- .
\, perloL ;crc1ondf.weath.e.C3j.feeis.oad4snt.(
WOULD ,take this method ef falermhx csj They also manufacture Et.et)2 W
Bl Cast *
*Watson -
nand it Chiib.n tha nW' &
my giving satisfacnpn to all who favor him with
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-' : Y' .TZAt>' ; To.r01Urs MILLS.: .LM.ada4eestelMsedpeht1ogeiiersIly1thatpiaer1. SomUr; ,W aWttHasas Cross Cut Saws and BUM Web*ufsuMriufUy
1854TITZREBY H.II MMrill'.LHcrcs.
tIMd""Vlf11"An. calL thukfulfor
a ( and :
( Ajwrtfor the. Nov,York.pekin Company. to receive '.... past favors' hopes .:P.'SaWersoo & Co- *. great htJaaksonvUle,- have rHo. 0.1*. i<*oy an of.which they.nave!o.sck.srpM.'
St- of tba same Those whe taVUsfxt ,
SJcMcIijILLrAX'.k:701m'A.RD a'taeTM.wbuftta* -cpposKetheresl.denceef ti.. be :
obtained of tha
J.. Tea of direct bnportatlon sad of3 vartatiaj from do not:wan*pictures,*are'respectfully Invited te Polto.acbou Dr aMwis.whereThaT principal, t
7II ViN. P: "t.ra I to II1 $4 r penedtti4 gQlftUMB Hutt ..United S.ejaafT .
can and and -
"r-.cJII. W"1bp exwitag A rooms specimens AAMILLP ApOtheCSt748at1'with-M entire bew-steck of .d. : .
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-.J CERTIFY that the abeve.Is atnaeeey I ""xUeDIIIloerp ., t,. ,JDtT.8ct4. ,M.W.QRAYE3. D sa4XedIsims., ohem1eiPsrfamet, .- Isp.Z.aapi ro _. . : :
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: ef IhtPrderl*file in ay-. : : 1iro.1II tr.rDe.1f11"1.'ppI.riel' ::' -. .BeIkelas 17saa3kyor. Combs Brjafcaj Candles Oar and 1 4
AdmlnUtratnr'u ,
Notice en
'J. Mikbarsthadvse.ementtWaa4
.yWitwus,7bMsodthaZtaIeto.e,'at the 1v f accompanied Cash __ ._ Post sce atORANOB : JTiissW TO Lii .a.L '. J
A..2-- 'Ooutt Benealn PalatU. All 19U lay f July,A. ..1BJEN.A FLO WEE;8E DS(BLASTS' Ao', O QlSinontBi after date XwUl present sand aooounta -: O*' uws I' ." d. ..., '-' -,. ,. : .
.J. 1854. 6.6.GLINSKI vouchers to the Hon.A.N.Caitoo Judge MILLS.: ,J v,_ e... forward nan payer.rnsjtsinJM.ft* same,w4)h%v.
f cevfC.CqfJ'ia.a *b.a1wa7aeptcabaa4. cf Probates and for Alaeooa County and ask U '.AlILOoleACo.MAGNOLIA .:'. ah4. .rk -$ .hwVent'I..Nj. -_ : .. .-

.1fD'.lnn DATEappliothonwUl' Jaly44f< T. MCMILLA5., be discharged from tk. further adsnlaUtrtUoo'cf, r----- ,Latta.. ."..._ .Ja.priMiicQ. "

...J. bumed.etbellomrablithoJsdg.ofpre. months from 4aU,the nadersJnwd adminJ tae Estate of WUHaa.,8 8IdIyteteofii14' : JflLtS,' .1' ibetkd4.s; .4,. a.aspQre&t.jisbsnby :' :" .. .

VhaUefDuvaI ouotyrFU-forl >v '.eel the SIX. ,of the Estataof Joseph Vanght, de. coanbr. ., 4-. ', ,, 'J'..G ..' ._ 1'1&.. c. .,; t ii r !
;. SI&a&e u. a.8.,'..Mid.' ceased,,irfll present fioal aecounU a 4 vouchers W : :, : .T' o.1.1'PJmV.A'1"1'J I'_i. .,; '.- '" < J iRT f, T > .I "
t. :tiais&Lrhe.heasgt:. c crIttoi.aM'heirs. the Hon.Judge ef Probate for.Putnant County, Jai14m .: .WiL&8TANDLETDD'4.. I i 1-f. .)uRNGoNL'; "I _,uI,8-w : ; ,. > ;'

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