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 13, 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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"-. REPORT the its wrowth limits.I eta.harbor of commerce within that none of the Pit at which t produce inducement States to Companies undertaking important Piind'frotnlo.a, the md.:10 issued should. istonieetthe. Habifitr. ''The ttr"JIa"

01'I'D't IKnOv 3OI2fl own it now suited.for bug to agree ta a.consolidation into.tbe public works. I I constitute first lien upcsthe road,>equipment -! who are to answer the' debt decide'.tfc*. 2 .
adopting a system was necessary t) foreign commerce* Gjflrestoa admits ion I Northern Central R.JU 'sit Maryland; "for In Tennessee, the State loans 'the bonds depots, warehouses workshops,aud question of undertaking 'the,debt) and att. f i
'The'Board Internal Improvement.bqleare ascertain if we possessed within our OWl I than 12 feet, .the.Mississippi only about 1 I the better business' advantage of .Baltiore. of the State to the amount often.thousand franchise,'with suitable provisions for enforcing the property which is to ber enhanced*J&
that in obedience borders, suitable harbors, upon the tw) feet, sndnotmorethan1Ofeetcajzcr. ." ). "
report, dollars for mile the broacht '
respectfully .. every of road graded by Hen in case default. value hy oelmprottmentb late.
to the call of the State Engineer; they. seas, for the accommodation of the com tied to Mobile at high water.. Even private companies make .such aids >rivate subscription aad one hundred thou-> To.render the roads of certain maefal- fairnI quaIibuUc 'H to the eery.of -
the 4th day oi mere which would pass over our roads ; The difficulty ef conducting foreign com. in pursuing their interest. and'dollan '
assembled at Tallahassee on own additional/or evefy important ness to the State/tbe frd1IpaicUI&n in aat by 'which 'the4 ,
December:, : for otherwise it would .be.necessary tpWnt < meroe from New Orleans, my be Ulnstr&ted .. The Michigan Central .R.',Co, 'cSereda ridge. '. V their construction ehoulfk specified ensuring6ntcIassxidz -* and theUsfldsufhaInkedSt3ss.. :
-"' under oar faaprorttneatK suitable: ecu by'the faots stated in a memorial t, bonus of two hundred'thousand.dollars IQ "
'Many of the toi brought ,eon-- V MiWl11ri the State bpqds were loaned {ao4 qjufojia guage 110 rau they.wybe.cuw4it pc-
ideraiion and which"did not seem to call nexkms, with the STfWa of our De'.hborinaState c Cong by'-t Cbr"o Commerce to the Canada R JL Co. if they would complete to OoDipanies at a sagle. .io .,to"the bew arrangemgal for tuugtcainsshould, l f beJbre the bonds: an, i i'made di1E3Sd 'csa, '!
for legislative interference, they hare acted i stated thai their road at certain time. mouat fei b& mUliou and a.btlC of dollars. required.It ': to' beat tes\du. proportion:.c '
by resolutions, containing the suggestlons Upon the Atlantic we possess the bubolorFern&Ddina. "within the hut weeks nearly fortj' Not deemingthU mode of aid necessary, rt : will be perceived that under the system -'burthen. ,' r.,' t1 .
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of the Board, addressed, through the This is proved,by the Hy. alp have been aground4 the b for the Board did not adopt it. This however In Virginia, at a single! seilioui((1830.1,) proposed_tiwre can be no probable ultimate Tha course b clearly a just:One, In:4 '
the various Officers drographJcal Surveys made under authority, periods, from two be an appropriate place tQ that th, State 'of for the of
President of the Board to nr day egi may say guarantied bonds Rait Road loss to. toe fund ; roads"and recent discussion the"subject by a Jotmv, .,
Departments charged by law with of the United States' Government to be i 1eeb, some,of which were complle t they recommend the grant alternate sections Companies of a million dollars, besides appurtenances would certainly be worth al devoted M Rlilr a4 matters,' the sab- '
the respective subjects. Among these, are one of the finest.harbors for"the purpose i throw- portions of their where the Roads pass through State I arge similar aids before and since.' In tbe the cost of the iron and eqipment provided ject' b well :presented '_ia;.tbe followmf* ,
recommendations regarding steps for a more of eommerce which i U to be found South oj:: and others to diachargecargo into lighten Lauds, to tie extent usually granted by case of a single Companyj she has made fur them. ,terms -** -v
speedy confirmation of Swamp selections;; the Chesapeak Bay. The harbor is perfectly .- before they could b got through the Chan Congress, and with such'limitations as will bane and guarantees exceeding three and a Nor would the fund'be 'long,. i inactive' if "Every pel'lt1 a. coraauiaity" ltvingk. I
for a classification of the selections in listi and closely land-locked with an average I nel,occasioning bevy to the goads, prevent any title passing,until the, Roadsare balfmilljonsofdollarg. V the roads proved profitable: for if_the neaa'RJulroad to besefittcd nearly hi proportion -; r
descriptive of the several characters andgrade depth of 34 to 40 feet entirely without, and great injury bidel involving made. In Maryland,the State loaned its credit roads were able to pay the sinking fund in- to,the amount of property be pev* '
of land and growth; for an application shoals, aa anchorage with good holdingground pecuniary losses whick cot be The principle upon which this rests is of Railroad Companies to an amount. exceed- stalment and the interest upon the,bonds, sesees. 'It is just therefore that the beae-y*
of the appropriations made by Congress extensive enough for the largest estimated at less t 3,0. consideration for benefit rendered to the ing flvemillionsofdollars. by investing the sinking and Internal Improvement fit and burden should correspond with tack ,
for improring St. Johns Hirer, under possible commerce, and having a frontageof At the time tb of the general value of the State Lands,by the en- North Carolina has endorsed the bonds Funds, wiyi their; accumulating others When a Railroad b, built by indivvidual *' "-
directions of the Governor of this State; over two miles, along the whole extent steamer Oera Porter, U. S. N.. terprize and hazards of private investment oftbe Wilmington and Raleigh. ,Companyand interest, fAle guaranteed. bonds, it contribution% kwrnakeaI1thesgS
for the extension of the rcconooisance of w hich wharvcsof 20 to 50 feet will reacha prepared representing the appearance The State Fund will be more than recompensed others.to a large amount-nearly a mil would not be.,very long before, the fund erificrs,while the great 'mass 'reap all the;*
lately began br the State Engineer West depth of 25 to 35 feet of water. It is on of the bar of the )rliipp by the making- of tbe Roads' if lion in one case, (the Raliegh and Gaston would be under control of.the state. To benefit. Now,it often.happens thai lbc p,,
of the Apalaclucola Hirer; and for a reconnoisance a Sea Island and thus secure health, being May 16, I852," which was this grant should help to induce their con- Rail Roads.1 expedite this result it mizbt be provided. who.are the best.abler to contnbuts towarot
of the the Iliulover between very similar it-climate to that of St. order of the Chamber 01 Commer of struction. Whatever increases the general South Carolina guarantied the bonds ,of that after a toad sh Il for five 'w/aecu v a iuuroao, do tne test Jfcey nave aa abundance -, ; .
Matanzas and Halifax Rivers. Augustine. The depth upon the bar is New Orleans. The explanation' printed prosperity, and opens new avenues of industry the Blue Ridge Company. for a million and years,pay the sinking fund instalment the already, and the Read b'not net. .SEf
The subject which chiefly employed the thus givenin late report ot the Toiograph- with the draft stated as follows: enhances the general value of pro. quarter uf dollars. interest upon bonded debt, and a'dividend pessary to. 'their abundance or 'm8D1'-OA .( _

attention of the Board, refcred to a gene. ical Engineer bureau to Congress TIS: 5Thebai' VESSELS ON NEW ORLEANS BAB.TOM. perry; but Roads have besides, a direct Massachusetts aided the Western :Rail- of six per cent. to the Stockholders comfort or pleasure. They beHeve: the,- .
ral improvements for the State of this river affords 13 1-2 feet at the and powerful influence upon the value oi road Company to the amount of: four millions the slate should be Itt liberty apply' the Road must and wify be built, wheatbeco .'
which system while developing into prosperous lowest water", and from 20 to 22 feet during Middlesex, 1430 DlelCtt Vain Dtd real estate,. of dollars; and for the Hoosac Tunnel accruing interest of the Internal Improvement they take hold 'or.not, and .that tieaa.,
its great natural resources/and giving spring tides. >e demonia, 6 2200 16.0 In 1841, when Boston commenced her costing three millions;guarantied bonds for Fund to_other,objects,' so long as the receive all thj advantages' to.:b % enved
growth fair opportunity to every section to To show the sufficiency of this harborfor Winchester, 6800 8,0, 3 8 Railroad enterprises, the total assessment two millions dollars.' V roads continue to make.tLereame in. from it, without, being compelled mak.any : '
into activity its peculiar advantages. all the purposes of domestic and foreign Promts, 1400 4300 105,000 I of property value in that aty was ninety- 'Cities even and private companies do As a further guard to the:interest which sacrifice, or mcure any risk. ,The'.on* '
brag womd draw together in closer union and trade. it will be found by a reference toLloyd's Mootrenil Goodwin, 600 8 6,0 8"" eight millions one hundred and six thousand the same for the stimulating of such the St te fund will have in the success of ly way to make such men'contribute .to an.;
the extremes of the State; and list for the year 1853, that there 6 2000 70,0 5 7 hundred dollars. In 1850, when works. the roada and as well to maintain their enterprise b to tax their' Prof.rtyb1 tht--.
fraternity in accomplishing this the Board has still are only thirty-three vessels out of ten Stl.LibrI.Georgia,2500 10,0 the Railroads were in operation, it was two The city Portland, in Maine, with a profitableness as to make fully tributary to general votee ,of.the community-- w ben, *
In the duty to male as nearly aspossible thousand far hundted and thirty recordedin hundre4 and sixty millions, six hundredand population at the time not reaching twenty our developement the advantageous geographical therefore an entire: community are equally
". kept view distribution to every part that office, that draw twenty feet or Tot Cargc.a, 9795,000 forty-six thousand eight hundred and thousand,loaned the credit of the city to a position of the State, it is recommended benefitted by a Railroad most jequita-:
of the aids, equal which can be rendered from the more. The following is a list of these thir- Vaue or Vessels, -. 105,0 forty-four dollars ; and this was producedby Railroad Company connecting with Montreal that an enactment be. made which ble mode raising the necessary means,is
fund.There ty-three vessels, showing their burthen and Roads the total cost of which was thirty for one and,a half IqUlion'of dollars. will secure these routes from the dangerof to make every person contribute accotdina. .
general is of the Union more draft: O sg'g'evaLpropertydeta'dl,500,000it million two hund/cd and forty-four thousand Various towns in Maine loaned their rival lines by which the 'trade'properly to the extent to which he b benefited'' "'
no located by geographical position 5 vessels are GOO tons burden&draw 20 feet is added in a note to the above table nine hundred and twenty.six doiars. credit to the Kennebec and Portland R. R. tending towards them might be drawn oif. But in the present gmdifion of the State '
; advantageously prelitabteincestznentin Railroad 14" 700" 20 that'many other vessel than those above Co.. to the amount pf near a million of dol- While it would not become us ,to refuse to theoccastonforsuchaid&, b anoauanj. ,
for -
J than Florida nor is there one G" 800" U 20 were aground at the same time, awaiting aswell In Mobile, the assessed value,of 'property -Urs. commerce a transit through our limits, it pen Te.. \V e hale r.yet baC limited so?
i enterprises, and; population of 1" U 900" U U U 20" from South-easterly gales." rose fiDe million in one year, after the Cincinnati, in Ohio, loaned,the credit of is still allowable, in due regard to the best cumuJatipjis[ of"money' t'vrjtflT.. but*>there,)
: upon the such development would tell with 2" 1000 a u a 20 Nor is Mobile better circumstanced for Mobile and Ohio Road was commenecd. the city to various Companies OB' one'dayto interest of the- pate{ to secure, a far as '." Hrge vsjue in landed and cer property ;
which sensible improvements effect. Our climate is unequalled 4" U 700" U U U 21 heavy co UnefC. la a memorial from the In New York City, in the period of five the amount of a million. She also loan- majr consistent Tnth the general i;, rests Which, unproductive for want of tfft
a more in the Union for its moderate and 1" 800" U U 22 mayor and citizens of Mobile, 'lately presented years, from 1815 to 1850 the value of real ed her credit to the St. Louis and'Cincinnati and f right of Uadi the benefit of our very advantage* that Railroads will afford;T ,
,. and general healthful- to Congress, it is stated that vessels estate fvll fromtwo hundred And fifty one Railroad Company for six hundred pos\ttat; the advantage of'our. own' peo This plan offer a means by whicht&i ra /
equable temperature of our soil is suited As compared with the neighboring harbors of heavy draft have to lie 28 miles below millions\ to two hundred and forty-nine thousand dollars.Baltimorelately. ple. Our neighboring State of Georgia has attire capital may bo'devetc41nto nsofulness. '
1.De8L Every portion of wealth of Savannah and Charleston the harbor the city and are loaded and discharged millions. Siqce the, the Erie Railroad indorsed the bonds of the laid down, at' the last session of her leg- .. j.
"N to some industry, abounding productive in valuable; of Fernandina is much superior. At there by means of lighters This chargeof has been completed, and the assessed vajuef Baltimore and 0hjo Railroad Company for islature, the rule of her governmentupon Every protection to :the Counties, from,
extensive unlimited forests natural pasturage, Charleston, the depth on the main ship lighterage only is shown to have amoun- real estate for 1853, showed an i increasefsuftyttwo five millions of dollars. this point, in the following words: bein overburthened is secured ,by 11mi&,1,
: broods; herds of cattle caps.bkofsupporting channel docs not exceed too and a featffcet, ted to $227,000 on the conoincrcc of the millions over the assessmentof The same city also endorsed the bonds of "There is nothing\says her Committee) lug the authority to,works comprehended, 4

numerous the without at low water; and at Savannah vessels can- previous season. This is not the greatestloss. the previous year, or above seventeen. percent the Connelbville R. B. Company for the amount illiberal or selfish inthe, determination of in this system, and -confining the safe,. .,
: and horses thruugaout seasons and extensive not reach the city, wiUi nope than eight, The memorial enters into a calculation The ratio of increase in real and per of a million of dollars. She also Georgia to seize upon n those gifts of nature scription to ,half the. cost contraction
_, the aid of the agriculturist land ; of fertile, and feet draft at low water Vessels drawing to show the damages done goods and sonal property was about equal.In loaned her bonds to the No/th-western and a bounteous'Providence which seem within their,respective limits. f I
belts of agricultural In*, 1a.rge 17 feet can receive cargoes 12 miles,or more ..1 produce by the necessary transhipments.. Louisville, in 1848; the \aloe of property Railroad Company Virginja.) for one to have been exclusively her own and Nor is there danger.of inconsiderate ac. <
\U.bJe qLtb55Nfti staples-Upland camparatif and below the city, from lighters and proceedto and concludes that cotton at Mobile U inured was a little over fourteen millions. milhoa and a half of dollars,and the Baltimore by tbeir proper and judicious use-to secure tion. :For by requiring (Commissionen. '
'yieJ,the richest aud baits of all sea at high water, but this mode of' con- to the amount of one eighth per cent During that year she commenced a system and Ohio R.R. Co.,loaned its credit for her own"people the greatest possible to levy an annual tax tomee\the .liability '
f S Islaad CottonS;5aar; ducting commerce is attended with with bonds the Company Such.,determination is in the voters will reflect before"
i We hare an extensive seacoast great: per pound comparison shipments to Roads. In 1853, (five years after,) the by guaranteeing lor same advantage. no duly atsjia- -
the latitude with valuable fisheries inconvenience and expense. Neither of New Orleans, -which, on the crop of the assessed value of property had risen to for one million of dollars. wise Incompatible her political social ing a burthen which b, taltear. at once. up?
abounding the finest commercialbarbers these ports have a frontage a.t all comparable previous year, made ft loss of $167.230. thirty millions. The city of Knoxville,in Tennessee,guarantied relations to other states or their in.I on their means, K
and Wtended -U both At- to Fernandina. From Fernand vessels -, which added to the lighterage, makes an In the last annual report of the Pacific bonds of the East Tennessee and habitants" and they quote approvingly the Nor will the benefits be unwrthytk'iaeri. j
wbiffc the South with affords all these blessings drawing twenty feet can load at the' aggregate loss on foreign commerce from Railroad Company in Missouri they say: Virginia Railroad to acon4derablesmount. remark Governor Bigler of Pennsylvania The increased value of property .,. .
lantic and GulL Yet an4 development wharf, and proceed ta sea with any wind : this cause of $394,628. The injury to domestic "It seems here a proper place to observe Ibis form presents a better mode of aid. in his las Message to the Legislature, that consequent upon the' improvement, win.
from nature, our progress'. and without towage, for the wharves are : trade is put at $107,891 more,:thus that in its effects upon the price of ads. from the State Lands, because it makes the "where principle of commerce is viola. be'more than the liability; and the *stock f-t*'
has been very tarsi) has been owIng not more than three miles distant from the swelling the annual injury in conducting\ adjacent to the line, the Railroad is accomplishing road intervene between the creditor and ted it is the right and duty of the Stateto received in lien will,by: drridents and :
This suspension growth open sea. commerce at Mobile, from deficiency of quite as much as ever was predicted the fond, a.nd affords a larger basis for aid turn-her natural advantages to the promotion value,balance the bonds and interest,*
only to our failure in availing ourselves. Besides this, we believe that coal, a necessary harbor, to $502,599j; a sum sufficient to or promised. The value has been at than, the mode of bscrin.,.. .of the' views and welfare of the lOOn as the work is in useful operation.*
with do?diligence, of another aud element in the supporting means of have transfered the cotton shipped from cast trebled. LAftd which recently were But the Board settled finally ,a State." Without exainininginto the bearing The very expense saved annually in .trans-, 'l
WtunJ advantage--that of our geographical broad an extensive commerce,can be delivered at Mobile, from her wharf to Fernandina. held at one dalkr and fifty cants, are now mode of aid form a modification of th$ ,but of views,we quote them as worthyto potation of the exports and imports of a,
: position. With one shore upon Vhe any of our ports from the mines, for a cost Besides which, the interruption of busi- held at ten dollars per acre. Those which mentioned, and affording a large basis'for be considered.: County would generally be more than.th : 1. ,
Atlantic confronting the great Southern marts of not exceeding that at any other Southern ness by a climactic mortality Mobile and were held at thirty dollars have been sold aid to the Companies, namely To induce an'early, construction ;'of the outlay for the .interest of a subscription .

Distribution and consumption and the for other th sea-port. New Orleans, from which Fernandina wouldbe at one hundred dollars. Those which were 4. A guarantee of only tk ,fnterctt of roads it might be, provided that no. ,Com- even in canes where the nuimziia .tube -
. .' end'Western staples, on which$ Upon the Gulf side, we have the noble exempt, must more or less affect the bat lately bought for three hundred do'lam the bonds, and .a requirement from the pany should be entitled to guaranteed scriptionaUowedbythaActrauiade.The .-., '- I
;, neatest basin of commercial supply divided bays Pensacola, St. Andrews, and Tam- cost: of factorage, freight and facilities of have, been sold for one thousand d;l- Company to deposite with the Trustees'. to the bonds for any part of their route not Board believe that the:adoption of- !
the globe presents; these two seas with pa; besides many others of sufficient capacity business. lars. There can hardly be a'doubt that the Internal Improvement Fund, annuallya constructed within fire years from the date the system they,recommend,.will result la'the
( bran inverval narrow that, compared claimto for the accommodation of any amountof The effect of our improvements will be the enhanced value of lands through the sufficient amount.to,compose' a' sinking pf.the' Act and the Companies undertaking early construction of ap th$'rc- ds.coqf '.; .
the States North of ns, we may Gulf trade. to furnish the Gulf with should .required to commence their templatedbyit : "
a good
of connection practically, district of country in' which our Road is fund that will cover the' principle'of the
bold from nature the key of the harbor. We have felt justified, therefore, in felting Atlantic port by an extended wharf, and its laid already considerably exceeds the esti- bonds at maturity. A semi-annual 'payment work by grading twenty miles 'within two yHh? the concurrence'p|tt%Cpmnitlfea.on
with nes(
between them; one side and our system upon ports located withinour not doubted, that in progress of time, mated costs of the work, as far as located. of half of one per cent.will do this IIi years. o. V Internal Irjpwovemei of thetwo
i of the Atlantis WKW one own limits. the Gulf ports will find their interest ins Another perceptible effect is a renewed the case thirty-fire bonds at seven It will be perceived that the bonds are Houses 'of ,the: General Assembly the
year I
with a series of cable bays and harbors The nest point to which the attentionof common resort to Fernandina as their seaport spirit of industry and enterprise, and the percent allowed bear a maximum interest of I Board have prepared a Bill *t'WiIICIiTy' "
upon the Gulf each more or convenient the Board was directed concerned the for foreign trade. development of our resources. In the interior seven per cent, Of seventy-six different i out \he views they presentwhicB bill..haV
to one or other important stream of trade ability of the system to maintain itself. The Board then warranted in the be- it has attracted new settlers and To accomplish this purpose, it is recommended kind of Railroad bonds, issued ky fifty ;been examined an,4 approved the Attornpy -
4 or travel; we hare only to open suitable Throwing out of view the Urge local tier that the system proposed b capable of occasioned, the entry of.laige quantities, of that the lands be vested in a Boardof two different Companies, thirteen pay an GeneraJ,ami which b respectfully sub-t .i
avenues qnpection to draw through the support which the reeds will derive from sustaining itself profitably. public lana.* .- Trustees, consisting of the Governor, annual interest six per 'cent, fifty five mitted as a part of t report,, 'it
I SUteth* greatest tide commercial intercourse the domestic productions and commerce of The next subject which occupied their An instance,Ss lately' stated in the United Comptroller,Treasurer, and Attorney General pay seven per cent seven pay eight percent In conclusion' recommend, that the ,
the world has ever seen, and to the State to them in and shall compose a property to be and ten cent Most of Beard being" if the
we propose regard attention, related to the mode in which aid States Economist as ,being, within the 099 pays per no longer necessary, ;
f. bring our State into the relation of a center their relation to the general needs of commerce should be given to these works. knowledge Of the editor, of a person who called the Internal Improvement Fund. the Southern an.qfrstern RsUroad bonds proposed plan b adopted, be abolished'asa 'i
to the social and commercial connection of in the transport of persons and com After considering the several modes in invested his earnings for some time in land That this Board take in charge the care of range from seven to ten per cent.' Board the State Engineer only being ret. -

: alrgeportloothe Union; rendering modjt 9 which aid had been given by other Statesand In Illinois whipb he offered in the end for the lands,affix prices, make ales adopt |n further aid of the system, the' Board tamed; and.the Board;take the occasion iq ,
thus an inviting field for the enterprising 1. In respect to travel The destination the various forms in which our buds might{ twenty thousand dollars,,but without suecoca suitable plans for drainagewithout encroucbx !reoojnmend that the Counties through express their high satisfaction jrith,the .
of all classes--agricultural commercial and of the streams of travel between the Atlantic be made available for the' purpose we concluded The'Central Railroad pasted through ing 'upon the cash funds invest \11* proceeds which the roads pass be authorized to subscribe manner in which this officer has discharged .'
mechanic. and Gulf of Mexico U ,to Cuba of to recommend that companies' constructing it and he has hesitating at an offer of one of,the land in' safe and proper securities for Stock V>v an amount IOt exceeding his duties and as hi. b.bora'1riu be mscl\ 'I,
That the avenues necessary to this par the Pacific over the various crossings of the these lines be aqtborued ta issue :i hundred, and twenty thousand dollars. invest also the sinking fund,direct the.' one'half 'the cost 'of:constructing that increased by'the plan,proposed they doubtnot
pose hire not,heretofore been opened,Pas Isthmus, to Texag, to New Orleans, Uobile bonds to the extent of ten thousand (10.- These are a few instances out of similar payment of interest as,it falls due, and perfonn part of the road which lies within their that his continued usefulness -wiQ'-se-. .
t bin owing to the limited resources of cash and Apyachkhola, the three leading American 000) dollars per mile,the interest'on whichmight lonsands,illustration. d.the effects ,of such otherdutie* u may be proper. to. limits;and that the Towns 'ajod Cities at cure him,a permanent public favor.." 'l "*

, capital at the command Of our people, and ports on .the Gulf The crossings to be guarantiee by a lien upon the Railroads upon the value of lands. in their .be committed to them. the terminal points and o. the :route be DAVID L.,YULEJC.. wJAAIliS :
the inability of tbe State to contribute to the Pacific are mad? and. to be made at Internal Improvement fund upon the con- vicinity.The WIen'twentyuiil a of roa.d.pa any part authorized ta st&cribe fc their corporate T. AKCUflR,' < -
their construction Tbe time has come Chagres, at lion/Jaw awl at Tehuantepec* dition that tbs bonds sb/raKl pass only inpayment that the of the routes indicated has been, graded, character, without lit I fcj -amount, ,and RICHARD IL LONG.A.S.BAtDWIN ", I ;
,I now when, In the.oplaioa of the Board it It is capable.of 4ew nstrati\,after the Board, therefore,fund{bought the and the cross ties prepared ,an/} deliveredon ,with the consent of the Cam 1. Provided ,.J-X .
value the .
is in ta stimulate an early constroctioa And enhanced by contraction the ground it is recommended that'the however in both case. subscription : : : '
our power most (K mfrrt%Mf cheapest transport, road bed and wooden superstructure was of these Roads would well justify ,JQHCLq..,- :
of the necessary works,a&d we and in nearly every material instances the prepared for the iron, the whole debt thus under this Company authorized ta Issue,coupon be sanctioned by the,vote of majority of ..
owe it to ourselves to put the State at once thortttt and quickest from the Atlantic to created constituting a first lien upon the the CQRtr1butiOll'pro: tothe bonds running thirty..fiveyears, aid bearing the legal voters {u such.Counties, Cities or '[FrsmthaN.T.Zxpei.J f' ;. ;*** -- -
it to
ypon its career of progress. either of these points-Cub*,Chagres Honduras Road. lead; and may'be'well the reserve in the an interest. not exceeding.seven' percent Towns,'who may Tote; and 'that ifbonds A( LX ,gv:70 A plEL A1TD JGETLT. -
The at the disposal the State the Northern State the pow" to same 'to the amount 810,000 mile in issued for the> the Stock
4 means Tcbuantepec Texas, or We proposed to. throw ,around the within the per are subscription; -Tbefollthiingletts'paqedbetweentw4 -' ,
I 1 consists of $00,000 acres or land selected Gulf ports ca.n bit made through Florida State fund every possible security"consistent case of future chatej'Qtling( payment fop iron and equipment and not shall not be assignable except in exchange young members of the bar, about a atancsrlydateInbodicsof3acc5andtheirprocoedil using one cr other of the ports on the with the, efficieiwy'ofthe. plan, and ys.tem.nosr proposed.'V to be valid applied to any other Use; and for the Stock,Bonds until they are cancelled ago The names.,of the4_parties for
and an g&ziauntef8wamp Gulf readied by our .system for debarkation have recommendecconditions on the part 2..By'subscription. to the ,Stock ,of theComptonies. that the Trustees of the Internal Improvement ,'but shall be held as a collateral security obvious realms' are suppressed. The laconic \ ,

'., likelr to reach the quantity 10.000.000 according to the point of destination.So of the Companies, which will give to, the Fund be authorized, to:'certify upon .for the ,discharge of them, If- instead repjy may teach a lesson' to'yobrtg
of acres, A portion of the lands of course, with'the returning tides to State the mo&t ample assurance that the This was' deemed nnldvisAb>;fo/.various said bond that the interest will be paid as of issuing Bonds the Counties Citiesprefer stern of fiery tempera and were aH-imsls&
of the description_are not of'present the'Atlantic.'<** Roads will subserve the general public reasons. To njacetha State:and individual duo out of the funds in their,trust, ,if not to pay in their due instalments as challenges treated in a like"wrr* ,it would
value, but other portions will have large 2. In respect to trade. The Gulf of Mexico utility. stockholders upon a'.J J'equ* ., it provided for'by the Company, and when called for, by immediate tax, the holders of serre to cheek the desire of ambitious .t
n1nI11r agricultural purpose*aDd for lumber b a common basin or expansion forming In considering the'subject,various modes would be necessary to pay for the Stoc in the iron has been laid'on the first twenty the tax receipts, either as original partiesor youths to see their names h\ print and naval stores when penetrated by through its: tributary men, and its came under review1 Whatever, practicable cash, and it was not:believed a.sufficient miles, and a further length of ten'miles has by asaIgnment'sbould be entiteld to receive to the code" as Men'of: Honor. 'Whit
railroads or reduced by agricultural, adaptation connections the natural receptacle for the aid was necessary, to insure the .construction amount of cash ,capital could be: derived been graded and cross' ties delivered, a further a share of Stock fop every, hundred' was the upshot has not transpired .'<1
I afford useful ,aid totbe.Companiel issue P/bonds in same- ratio is .to be'mad dolan! of tax receipt .
by drainage. product of the largest area. of producing of the Roads, a wise policy.would justify from the lands tQ any '
We have thought best recommend the country that is to be; found .anywhere in for the'rapid enhancement of the gea- at present' Besides this ifthe i1&D"on in successive,sections of This mode of contributing to the.. ,construction Thursday. ,
concentration of these means upon a system the same space upon the globe.. The population eral;wealth and population certain follow ultimate avails of the fand &Qu1d prove ten1D. of Railroad practiscdm nearly Dear Sir::You are too,w.n iciIntthwithtb.manydeceityoubave'zflad.Usa
of improvement>having reference to the which U to occupy the Valleys of their construction would be amj4e recompense Inadequate to cover the amount ,of Bonds TenS the doe attention of the Company :all the States especially in\be West and ; ,
'. 'Brants general commerce as well as local the upper and lower Mississippi of the for-.the surrender of the whole" fund. ssued to, raise the cash for subscrip- :to".the payment 'of theinterest' it South and baa ttended .wjtb very. favorable -of to e*('range the affections of Mies J- '
necessity; for the growth. the State In Ohio of the Amazon 'and its .tributaries.and A bridge is bung built at Montrealat ion, the State,. under:the inhibitons should be made the duty of.the ,President effects forme to recount them. LeIltsuffice.tikI ,
population and wealth being thus most the surface of Texas, Mexico. Central single (to-wit'nerenmillioni, of of the Constitution, would have' no and Board of Directors,,'under*.suitable The Bailrod"Conyenti n'ot the Southern am in ea'OD oatboroughhooiledofsliyourtrescheriesftonly .
. '. rapidly developed the necessary for American. Cuba and the other ,West Indies dollars a greater'cost than the whole amount of paId means ,npr.resources from wh.ioh to'supply penalties to present .a' sworn' statement and Western'States, which met In'New remains;for
. local connection and'improvement* would ,musLin process of time reach inconceivable ,)I le. of mflkjn unbroken deficiency; and vrouU thus.be every1 six months of'the grOss receipts'of Orleans 1853 in which':were represent you either to.ithdraw your attentkm.4n I

very ioon be produced numbers, producing an amount of connection 10f the 'with purpose the Lakes Bat we were used to damage of repute., ,It was,. cxa the part of tbe road'completed and the,expenses ed Louisiana,,Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee tote, or to.meet me as becomes ,a man .of/' _
: Tbe system IT* recommend.Jor aid CODa annual wealth beyoQd anything heretofore de&lJouI.JI possible,'of saving to the State cause objection, that if' v* State were -'of:working-and maintaining i it, and Alabama, Florida Missouri, 4\rbus honor., > '
of a Railroad between the uteri of knQwn| most of,which,must,pour into this the'fund for rutt'pa' bc: use, ifs sufficient ,4e to subscribe enojqgh to afford effect'" to pay into the Treasury of the &. subject Texas, and Georgia,:pasaed"unainoualythe 'Yt'Ur'ob't, I't '
.Eecamb1& Bar and the St.Johns River at common basin.. 'stimulus, to ,the construction of'the "id she would ecessanly acquire a huge to the order of the Trus. j,tbe amountof following among other 1f Resolutions Yvur kind note of yesterday was 'receiv

'<..Jacksonville'with an extension from snitM When to this l Is added the vast productions Road. could be afforded without :parting -bare.inthe. l direction and management ofthe interest parable upon the bonds >issued "lltolMl,Tfaath,.Is:.the right of, thepeople ed. My life is'of so much valueto..my '
-o bk points on the line, to thewatersnf8t.&ndrevs of the Pacific Countries,:which, by with' ; ,work,'and such connection of npliticalpncies if the net receipts.'wm pay. tbe said interest whenever thev .deem'it proper, to friends that I am not particularly desinms '
Dam West Florid., and the St. Canal or roads must leek the Atlantic .1 A gratuity or-bonus pf' tha land-WCODJpanlel. the' with works?, of this: nature, has besides divldingaix per cent, among subscribe -through'tceir municipal_and ofezponingitt your_ 'pop'mL 'nor.:,doI .
Harks River in Middle Florida f and from through the aan buin there U no appreciating eretofore,proved. so objectionable, as. to the Stockholden upon the amount paid in ,41I corporations for 'the'stopk, of feellndinedtos' nayou 'bereyouara. -
' AneCa Island,'on ft*Atlantic to the wat the value of.the;eommerce which itrfll JTbif mode of aid- hasnot been unusuaL cripple their credit ,'T1i wastefulness of by-them.. .ButiC the'.netreIptstl not para Railroads "calculated,to'advance their In. Lkely to meet with a, too. warm:'recept&m* '
en,of Tampa Bay InsouthloridwKh supply. For a large part of this com New York granted as a" bonus or gift political agencies {n the management of' pubic amount to so much then ,the Company terest and that Legislatures of,the different .1 .Secondly have a great,right ,Iia\
ta extension ,to Cedar Key Jn East.-Flogidai IDerce--mUdl more of it than our,system from the gtm"3,000,000,'to_tbe Eric! B worka/l), WT itrongty_exhibited by a should be required to pay in fifty per,cent, StaL ought by law; authorize; the lady as she manifesUd'roiod,. .JA
". and to connect the country east can accommodate tbe, transit through & C. .- table of rtawrpts and expenditure the or.one half of.the net earnings;the remainder their,citiw parishes and counties .to make hastening your exit and shatt. 'continue' Jo '
of the St.John with the system,and thus Florida will be more convenient and :more&cp.tlin.byMaor '.' nibfie works,in Pennsylvania' ,compared to be.dsvided sgt'ttockboIders.TbIs.arrangement such subscriptions, when desired by the rejective avail mvself of. ftat. ightv, E' '
:to comprehend that- aectioalaore. fully' in over:'aay land line M1isIas1pIjbygislative. act grantedtoCowlnibyway. .Railroadeompletedm ar aserfeVof yearstf-!The"table. was.;pre- Js, made, to encourage inhabitants." ' *- ;I aba uol*neetMila i !.
iU dtlI the con- of bonus.a a'member of tha stock enabling of ?, Fourthly-Ifyou.iadalffit( auy :further
'outsIde of our limit, .. .4 Brandon.U tented by, 1)4aturepf subscriptions,by persons .
itraction of a,Canal toTeoanect Indian Rir- ', ,It it an undoubted,truth that. commerce Jackson to that State,at its Jas|:ftewjan, and' shows lluritedestate to take and hold tiock, as ,As constrasttd with' subscriptions IndQ Insolence, erjeigbtbfyout'fl.nger
ew1t1ith.8Johni. : will'settle iie1f JA'those. ebApaek: ..which ( 1-2 m%*):with thi'c&rBlocomotives, how;. ,".0det. .political wett-as to favor the .Counties in tbe..subscriptions by State loans,.:this plan':1s Infinitely ,pre- on 1DY1..Iprosaiseypnheart's -
-Theee Improveroenttwith roada item 'O the 'chepestjand ftthft MB, time, fixture*,dovots. town lots/c,, ,attached :. 7.: : '' hereafter recommeadsd tube adV ferable.; It may,'y,.well'happen -that to heIaboi-jos'a' tsss1to.pT t
:,liaconin the direction of Cedar.e1 and qakkwt other considerations $o the road;. sixty:,choice ,ancI'De V. !thoSxei: ,In .wee tito'lotefP" 'Jmprovennt while contribution tot a State loan b content .I'.:..".'Xouf1ae

1tIQ 'Montfomery toPenthla; ; sud. to iflecth j, transport commercial.value ,h&ng.equsl..' rroeaTtbe about,two'8 per cent and fond that then which on might band 1845 !: iomisisio,0Ta e iil.. -ExpencUhire:*:-; t Fund shouldJt required_paforaay general' throughout the}'State, {ho awdfcation -. 1 dau1eu\ ;:..-:
: MOM,other more eastern pointof our tjtoa *- Tried by this (ott,'U if certain that a great being induce an' 1 30,428n 332,728 t 1847 ,
received ex .
jleairab) : afterward # .|jen- V ahoBld be required t4-4lresttheTius-, benefits,and.controlled by prevailing influteaces ,.DJ.yo--lMA.l -J- ...
** 'wiU:atplete..n the ? fenes tad ,enriching portion of,|be :vast trade of th road to'the Alabama line,, ::1848.1,1 $& 793,308-, I arid a penoas'.1.OIWIIIQ-'
lion t
Tsluelesa *
Gulf stock in tbe1'1or.d to act equal aznoiit.'TiilritthS in a utterly a,
or .
with .
fcr a rosptfom tyttem.' UAB MezIccLD14pw'q'4lne' ; over tTexasmade: a',direct grant of nearly 1840 TU3eV720: 730, *" I test rr tax sain Mvertieedb3b&'cbse4c. 4,
'U WiD ht'bm4 11 tet fneti0inilP .. 'The'B0ad" tkriv*.wfrh.to ofland to tbe, Pa 1SA0I; fimd from being called. uncjr target, ?* ; wjeav fyery sioper, NV; brougbb
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of ;
million !
twelve acre : fro } ; t r t fe the iron js the who part*wUb.a doBai fee aay for- tPfJJJJJf
enteifartmoa dU3td to tp ,
thjir -
nrell report by py
; 'ihd'tftI'T'.6t'Cooaty'WIthiD eiv&est.the .&ach.th..:.U1 be I i compariaoM. with otKer;* ter_ Uod I6, 1 B Q ,. :9 i "' r 4'J1.'EU Company staaiMrt ired to defosittbefirst "'w1 the..ezpenses ". .-.._.-_ "re preee G "wnn see .,

\ *rfttffl;'of road. So fcra s k4 State say :route, bcittheyre .: that the poet !r..MIb'to'th C ts4R (:i: ;' :. ;,45 ; the toe senfraaaual of receiviag intJBlmjnt tbtJbfada tf.iaterert sad should oi 1jwulasm&1bod.:1t.: :. MOeetiTh. .. ', ,.i.d. '

.r-.d0F4 aid fotlbeN JmiIm. eThen. ;- J',4-7..Kh.JI1'1J .- = t'JO':la' .,- ."V 'i1loaa. bf1. f W1 K frt '1 obU0tted. lay-the kea upon, the. seotldbs '--" m..of3.nso1roe sffropriitioo;bat. b,3'Cosatyubsea4ptI | ---fir. .-''. t_ ,.- 'f"1 --L-

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I ;,Capacity'eftfie United 'to Mali:.' I LATE31COIIOflEIOlALNBWL, '' ". :- ':;.:;,,:.,..lJlLL''i",t' '": ''. shaObehlcduty. to.examhw fw-majfo.said so-*
t.JThiili i Hs Yesterday the General Assembly, "by 'NES"OF"THE'WE. ': -,tain?epa lt': -, W.HJ.gTO.-.1a.n.S- '. To be'entitled,;An Act t*-provide for sad ,he Sleet shall of twntyiailess,approve the:eonstraetfea h%after fttiVH-uiaaUoa..ya4] tweatr

joint resolve, went into thcelection of State The of the taxable property of;Vermont .We bare bad much to say <>t lte' ap ''SXNATC .i.. I' encourage'* liberal system. of internal muse tIaeA Itchail be bldsty tJa qertiyte Mae'
____ Tn the 'meaitscctSenatcri4daiis'
the ,
Officers, including State Engineer and Geo- ,to bare beenmore_ than. doubled crease the period of residence necessary to .,)fr. Snmner,presented a. memorial from Improvements this',tale; Tttix.ir.Af Mdoatboeonptefcomef to TruceeI.r..lDtenaallmpr.t..u the grading sad tasal.k.,.

_i JACKSONVILLESATURDAY ologist and Clerk of the Supreme Court,' within! the last tel years by the .fourbundredmilesofraflroedwhlch of 21 years.' This .article the Boston Board of Trade,asking that'the Tha'itgtltsdoseC this'State d. Ingot theeros ties of each.add,!tonal tea_tafiaseontmuMsly
natrton. Secretary the'(Navy: bo empowered to dares'!Uit4 a liberal system of Zatornal Iproe.meals ;the But Engineer shall also exta.to .

with the following result : lntersectthat 1 c fo thepresent. send immediately one or: more vessels in ,twine MentUl to the-dev.1ctemsst of tb* *.,the Mae aai .If eccotnseted ia aceevga

JAN. 13 1855. T. W. Brevard Comptroller. ,cost the road speech,' in defence of his bill,be search of the Kane expedition. Referred. rMoureMOf.the cowlriha'Jw .aeo rc-4 krOM with the previsions of this Act shaC eertirVthZ'
Stt'ett o the of the Unitedtabin 51 this SUU, and tt .aD) the '
says population saae to the Trustees of U* Internal Ispreremat'Tend.
C.H. Austin State.Treasurer. up. is tventy-fourmlI- 1850 will be 44z9o.v6, and.expresses The MilitarY kademr bill.with amendments datv ofthsGeae, AswinUjr; as.U pesotl.sabis .

,- : WOTICK.A& Gen. F. L. Dancy, State Engineer Ac liens dollars, or fifty thousand dollars for gretfearisatotberezrilt., ,** of the Committe, was passed., to uee&1&lD br law, proper ot.sta Of Its- 8 te. & ::11'' U fvrAe*tnoettd\\.That oa the
I The Soldiers' Bounty Land bill was prcw.1DGtI1D nlaUoD Reeds, c. ss4NavI completion the)grading"and the
J. P. E. Savage Clerk Court' We hare idea' that the .of increase fanJskmr
mile. no
; e-smmhaUnns or remltUnees to tb.1.td& ", every 'ftto. made, the order ,of the day for,Tuesday gable StnamI aM proride foe a relIable appli- tb*cress tie ef twenty mile 'eoetMio. nd
". These complete elections which de- U. S.-marshal of ofpopnlstlouwhich kept .settee of such fends as may lie appeeptitled for .additional. tea
Km, srast hereafter b* directed to GD Net Dext. .. H every miles a* provided by this
Org .
I on since. I7v0, can much Isnger be maintained. ( eh Isip-ov ments.M therefore : : Act said Railroad Company are
vorle the present hereby
Jem*F.BMBAO, W1L E. COLE. upon Legislature the' office, The Judiciary bill was taken np and it autehd As Sciutt end '
b ig aJo We bare reason believe thatit Sicnox 1. Be by .to issue Coupon Jtood*, having toot store thai
..1 JIiI The 8UTof warded to W has reached its and will, amended,on motion OUlf.- TauCf. to eleven- XZraM jf.Repritentatna"Florida in General :- years to run, mod drawIng sot
the h lION
_ z. January anairerssry rigto bio mm1D her Instead of ten judges. AtftmUy contt-Mrf That as meek of,the Jive Uaaa Inn per. ennui Interest, .
A after temain pa1aIQ
immigrationfrom Ie'JDIuDaIl1lD
of the battle of New Orleans crowdedso e 'VetI the amendment.- IloodiW TboMMxl Acre of Land granted to this the .
I Mr. Douglas opposed City of N* York or T u.et
We call attention to the Tel) Ireland to decrease
heels (Canada) blew Wednesday b already,begun ; the of the Supreme 8UU for Internal Improm purposes, bjraaAetofConrrws at the option or&ha'
: close upon the of a well observed rl u OD will throw off her He would not have Judges March' pwnJwer.-al the, rat."
graphic news in .another column copied Germany very soon surplus pojwdtho thIZSdayOZA.D. eight thousand dollar ails for
of last per the
weekjust east be in
Court purchase
to Washington
Vora the,Georgian receired steamerj0si Christmas and New Year, that our citizens o Meicbh population. in forty years, always ; 1846 M nmains uwold sad the pneoodi of and delivery of the Iron rail, pikplales aad chain.
he wished them to
per did not expend the usual quantum of gunpowder killing Mr. n'litte'r ,engnr. the population of the U.1'will equal that but on the contrary the sales of saab of said lands herttoforo told M and after the rail ha been laid down M she ae,'
\ through the politeness Capt. and destroying engine tender Europe and then it wHI be impossible mingle with other judges and the bar now remain on bud and tuutppropriatod, and all the additional nun of.tro thousand dollar
; per
for the occasion. Our tho salo-of
required hereafter
fretborn. throughout the country; otherwise they proeo-di that may sotrao Bile,for the pureha of the
.. friend, Mr.Canon the Phoenix, however fright cars. sensibly to affect our inciease by imfg would be mere paper-judges. lie desired aid Uadi| al.o all the Swamp land or lands subject and said Bond shall always Beceasary afterwards eatrpmeat>constitute*)

I ,tit- We publish this week the Reportf was determined that it should not pass by river above AlexandriaTa, ,I bloke ,ctio.tion from that.Senator quarter.Adams But are correct, the judges to rotate, so that each in nine Congress to overflow approved,granted September to Ibis Slate 28th by A.an D.Act 1860 of, iron aDd be equipment a ant lien workshops er mortgage,depot apes sad the franchise road bed,!

> the Board of Internal Improvement,'also unnoticed and manning the brass fieldpieceat up with ice s that navigation to Washing or, populationwill be 442,907296 ,- years would have visited, erery judicial dis. together with aU the proceeds that han accrued Sic.9.,Bt itfMrlJurteet. That It'.haD be
intermediate Dis-
the, BiD recommended bj it which has the foot of Nevrnan street' be it a Is prevent in 1950, what then? Will the country trict, Court of appeals, or may hereafter accrue to the State from the tale the duty of Mid BshlroadCoiopsaytodepoeit.said
gave and declared
set a
trict and Supreme Court-thus preventing of laid lands are hereby apart Bond with the Comptroller of Public Accounts
crowded Let withan
t passed both Houes been approred by the salute. Lord Dalhousie has consented to ret of us"see.' f Blum many_cases from going up to the Supreme distinct and separate fund to be called the Internal be by him recorded and the record eertified,oa
area 13,214 a
_ I Governor and has become the law of the his as governor general of India for square Court, ic., Mr Douglas submitted a substitute Improvement Find of the State of Florida each Bond i and t>*State Treasurer shall nt-.
pt 335 .
learn from the Charleston of to the the
Jgg7We papers population 4,426.000; or but no action was bad on it. and are to be strictly applied according. provisions in a book to be kept for the purpose,the smovat of,

that the artizan well now pour fortha le. square mile. The UnithdStates have an The ,Senate to Tuesday.HOC6E. .. of_ this-.Act.. .--.t-- ___ap .... .__. .."._ each food with the rate of mUrest the.lime jt become
I&Dd.nil It wHI There a 161 buildings "to be lt" in area 3,306,865 square niles; if inhabited adjourned QIC. 2, JO' Ii JlirmfJ cu, .vpnrpoeo *due and the place where the principal and
Bitf be perceived gives a volume of water equal to thirty gallons a of said
of assuring a proper application
- Broadwar. N. Y.mostlr stoics. as densely! as Belgium they will. maintainS interest i Ii payable, and shall coeaUrng the came
I State. goraotee torte payment of the in. minute. nnnn1dUW\ 1107100 77K Tn *.if.n4407,296itwillbenecseuryto Napoleon Bonaparte Geddings, Delegate fund for the purposes herein declared said lands and U shall also be the daty of the Trustef the

terett of bonds Usaed br the several The i ice harvest i reported as abundant I from Nebraska Territory, appeared, and and all the funds arising from the sale thereof after Internal Improvemt Fund after having received n
companies only of
l'iS Thebrick, buildings_ of Col. John in the Delaware Schnilkill rivers. put was duly qualified, and took his seat. palm the necessary expense certificate from IheStaUEngineer that twenty mile*,
135 the mile. Massachusetts.in
at the rate of to and tale are hereby irrevocably vested -
mil ,
$10,000 per square management or tea mile*, M the case maybe,have.been
Broward, S. S. Sammis and Ambler Hoeg The secret of Post-master Mr. Walbridge presented a memorial to wit in the Governor of
.. agents 1850. contained 131.17Rhode Island in four Trustees in
This will. all to the
make desirable investment respect,agreeably pedfteatioii of W-
for are rapidly rising.JThose Ambler& 122.95 Connecticut 79.06. New York 6733 from the Life Saving Association and Marine thi* State, the Comptroller of Public Accounts the
Hoeg Act to said Bond
General have doueabriskbusinesa lately. sign agreeably to the provision -
capitalists,both"a*Iwme and abroad as the will be three 'stories io with Maryland 53 inhabitants to the square mile. Insurance Companies of New York, State Treasurer, and the Attorney General and *of-thi Act,and deliver them tothe Railroad

bonds are issued thirtj-five years bearing height stone Within the, last two months, something It is singular that cannot rise asking that an expedition be fitted out to Register or Public,Laads," pad their successors in Company Provided; The President sad at least
columns and cape and pressed brick front.Cot. like twenty mail robbers have been arrest of the search for Dr. Kane. Referred.A office, to bold the same in trust for the uses aDd four of the Director, fil*'with the Trustee of the,
to the called
seven per cent. interest at the ezptra height country they are hereinafter provided with the power to
Bnrward's building, located on the lot ed in different of the country and to The United States resolution was adopted to print 20-, purposes said lands to the pwchasen and Internal Improvement Fund a statement acIer'CI&tlt
parts transfer
ti6n of which time the be Rqaldated govern. are no corner ell and that the
principal can formerly owned by Bellechasse & Finegan of the earth's surface but world in 000 extra copies of the President veto of receive payment for the same,and invest the surplus necessary quantity and qvabty of
half of them hare been tried and con a Iron for aid twenty or ten mile a* the ease may
from the sinking fund depositedwiththsStatsaspro'ridedfos. in front of the wharf of the Charleston abut themselves. They lack but a few thousand the River and Harbor bill. moneys arising therefrom from time to time, be, ha been purchased and i*within the jurisdiction

dne to imprisonment miles of all The House went into committee of the in Stocks of the United States Stock of the sovo of this State, and paid for,or to be paid fare
being as large as Europe
.' steamers, has also a pressed brick front. held I square ral States,or is the Internal Improvement Leeds
an election for councilmen, at whole and took up the private calender. with said Bond or their proceed Provided
the of
wastes Russia and the
The of this bill forms inthe including issued under the ot this Act and drawing
an provisions
passage era
Ibe lovers of Good Segars (and Portland, Oregon, the demorat beat the plains of Turkey, the one being 3,306,865and Thirteen bills were reported and passed not less than six per cent annual interest; also further That before said Trustee shall deliver 10
history of Florida from in said Baa Bead Company the said shall
which future when the House Company
who are not 1)) may further and fare combined force of whigs and know noth' the other 3,684,832 square' miles in adjourned. the surplus interest accruing from sash lovedmccl. deposit with the Trustee of the Internal Improvement
times will be dated the commencement of area they are nearly ten times as great as -, aDd 10 pry oat ff said fund".apeeabl110the Fund,tb fret semi-annual instalment interest
her prosperity. It is her first step in en- worse than by calling at WHEELXKS if we ings.Col. Great Britain and France combined; only Masonic Celebration In Charleston. I 'pro.1 01 U Act the InternS frets &imeto eo the amount ef Bonds certified to by said

dearoring to keep progress with the may judge from a sample furnished us. John Bliss, formerly of the U. S. one sixth less than the area covered by The Grand Lodge of Ancient Free MaSons time, .the unlay different becotnedueonth.boedstobeissund Bail Road Companies under Trustee,to..,.the came whea> due, (or they

age army and who participated in the battles sixty Empires States and Republics in Europe of South Carolina celebrated the Centennial by of this Act 'also to receive and demand shall retain the Coupon for the first.psuii..aiiusl
raid when the thirty-fire years for which ETEEETT'S PAVILION. authority ; interest)and shall give to the Trustee of,the Internal
Chippewa and Bridgewater in the bitter of equal extent with the Roman empire Anniversary of their Lodge in Charleston semi-annually, the sum of one half of one percent, Fond
I Bond with
those bonds bare been issued shall have This place of amusement has been crowded on the evening of the 27th ult after each line of Bail Road is completed Improvement approved
of ( separate
of which he wounded died lately in ; and capable sustaining more people security that said quantity and quality of iron
expired how different will our State appear every night whilst located in our town. was on the same area than any other part of At six o'clock" P. M., the craft began to ) on the entire amount of the bonds issued by ia shall be laid down on the line ef there Boad with
from the Florida of the present? The Mr. Everett, as a magician has few super- I Florida. the habitable globe. assemble in the Lodge room. At half-past said Stocks Railroad of the United Company States, ,and or State invest securities same or in six months after the said Bonds are israed._ ,

; Panama papers still talk of the Isthmus But this is a circumscribed view of the six the whole building'WIS splendidly illuminated herein to be issued by said -Sic. 10. Btitfurther enacted That any JUU
in the bonds provided
forests and
pine the ious while
pictarcwpe hammocks Creightoa's : and Road said
Company certified
; becoming a federal state as not future of the United States. The whole by means of more than five hun Com Said Trustees shall also invest the surplus receiving Bondsshall
that aow mantle her broad bounds will Wray's inimitable performance on the banjo something dred candles,almost simultaneously lightedin interest&D1' on said staking fund investment ash& apply the same or their proceeds to no ether purpose
boundless continent is ours. Great Britain than
but The railroad purchasing the iron
; hare l, place to fields of cotton corn and ,would serve to keep almost any audiencein only probable imminet. is almost ready to surrender to us her & windows of the second and third may accrue. Said Trustees shall also demand and or equipment;;and before any rail additional spikes Bond platen*

cane. Towns and cities will rise over now good humor. We understand that the works are progressing rapidly and i. American possessions. Russia it baa been stories. This was a truly magnificent spec- receive from each due Railroad to the Internal Company ImprovementFund named in this shall be certified by the Trustee of the Internal
speedy termination is hoped for. tacle and attracted crowds of admiring Act,the amount Improvement Fund the iron rail shall be, laid
has offered Russian oa
solitary where the reported, already us from said Rail Road Company according
sBtrests intends
wild beast company visiting Palatka. Abut one hundred newsboys enjoyeda America. Denmark would give us Green- visitor during the early part of the night the provisions herein contained, on account of interest that part of the route for which the,Bond worn
I makes his lair and the whole land issued and so on continuously until the line is
teem R. B. HILTON,*ESQ.-It gives us great regular supper on New Year's night inPhiladelphia. land. Mexico and Central America will to view the sight At seven o'clock the on the Bonds issued by said company, and pleted. com
with a busy send prosperous population. It fruit is the craft were marched with the enlivening air on refusal or neglect on the part of the President
fall into hands like It
our ripe Szc. 11. B.it further
enacted That It shall
is not to be expected however, that our pleasure to see that this gentleman, so long In speaking of the affair, an manifest destiny of the ,Anglo Americansto of the band to the banquetting room,where and Directors of any Rail Reed Company named be the daty of the Pr.eid.ntand Director of every

young State, Californialike, will swell im and favorably known as the able editor of invited guest says the speeches on the occasion overrun the Conti ent. We shall then four tables had been laid for the accommodation to comply to with said the Trustees provisions of the of this amount Act H due to and thepayment Bail Load Company accepting the provision of

the Savannah Georgian," has purchasedthe would not have disgraced older have ,a territory reaching from the North of about two hundred brethren. payable to the fund as prorided ia sections eleven i this Act while the Road i* under eonstmetioa to

mediatelrlnto a giant. Her progress will establishment of the Journal f Courier heads. At no distant'day some of these Pole to the Equator, covering an area of According to the immemorial usage of the twelve and tbirteenV on account of interest snJsinking [ report Fund to the Trustee six of the Internal Improvement
be gradual healthy and sure. With agri. craft none but Masons were permitted to fund the individual of each and every months under the oath ef
of that City, and that he intends reviving little fellows.judging from the past,.will 8,373,648 miles, and capable of supporting property action of the President and at least two of the Director,
Directorsshailbehiablsia an
cultural resources eeldom surpassed and 800,000,000 of people. This magnificent be present, which unfortunately precluded all the the receipt of said from
that It is found the of the bar the count- debt said Trustees for the amount due and unpaid gross Company the traffic
paper. superfluous for us at bed several of the and others to
the means furnished to mankind for availing b domain, it is the purpose of Senator gentlemen press until of the Load for the past six months the cost.!

themselves of those to say, that the people of Florida,.as wen ing-house, the exchange, Ac. Some will b Adams to appropriate to the sole separate who would else have been guests.The Grand with 3. 20 And per hit cent further interest tnacted.paid.SEe. That all transportation and repairs and the total aawnnt

resource ,(as by the as of Georgia, will rejoice to hear that Mr. in Congress.State Legislatures perhaps and exclusive use of the ,(,( who Mauler presided in the East assisted by Bonds issued by any Railroad Company under the of the net receipts;and it shall be the duty of the

present system of improvement) we see no i Hilton now inhabit it and the children of their the Senior Grand Warden in the West,a/id provisions of this Act, shall be recorded' in theComptroUer' President aDd Director to pay to the Trustee of
is again to resume the chair edito in other localities not quite so honorable. the Internal Improvement Fund Fifty 'eeaL
reason why our State should not advance bodies begotten Was there ever such the Junior Grand Warden in the South I Office and so certified by the Comptroller of said net dx per

as rapidly as some of the younger ones of rial. Two brothers who were lately Governors besotted eeJf mplacency exhibited uponso while the craft were attentively waited on aDd shall be,countersigned by the State or sums shall receipts be applied every by the months Trustee which* of sum the

the West which but few IDA NORMAN. different States, formerly served subscribers I conspicuous a stage before? "Enough by the Grand Steward, aided by the Committee Treasnrerand trustees 01 the shall Internal contain Improvement a Certificate Fund on the part that Internal Improvement Fund towards the paymentof
but years ago were This is the title of a new novel which with papers in the interior olPeDyl. I ITania. people-don't want any more.JJ This is of Arrangements-everything being said Bonds are issued agreeably to the provisions the. interest of any Bond' issued by said Com
*othing wilderness but
a who now numbsrtrbundredsofthonsasdsofpeopleand- I the that from conducted according to those ancient customs and that the Internal pany.SBC "
cry now comes up of this Act, ImprovementFond
be found every .
may at Bloodgood &Bouse. Unlike 12. Bt it furthcr'enacted That .
side. It is all in vain, gentlemen. It isthe which are now only preserved at ,for which they are Trustees Is pledged to very
their most of the trashy romance of the day The Know-Nothings of Pittsbnrg were Masonic festivals. the enterest as it become duo on,said Bail Boad Company accepting the provision of
court hundreds millions of wealth. fiat of the Almighty that the people pay this AcI.haU. alter the completion oCtho
Some of"bur readers think rather its sole aim seems to be that of moral cul defeated on Tuesday, at the election for shall cover the earth as the waters cover From among the many appropriate sentiments Bonds. All Bonds issued by of any this RaIl Act BoW shall Company be pay to the Trustee of the Internal Improvement Bond
may us under the provisions a
sanguine in our calculations but ture. The plot is interesting, and the judges and inspectors of elections. the sea, and it will certainly be fulfilled. given on the occasion'We select the first lien or mortgage on the road bed, iron equipments Fund at least One Half alOne per cent, en the

steam is work written in The Senate on Friday Times $ SentineL :following! : work-shop depots and franchise t aDd tipOD amount of indebtedness or Bond Account every
To such
the.renovating power of the age and when I a pleasing style. Pennsylvania h 5. Our Brethren throughout the World. a failure on the part of any Bail Bead Company six months a*a Sinking Fund to be invested by

resolutely grasped by man and rendered as disbelieve in reading works of fiction I not organized. There is said to b THE CAMPAIGN XN THE CRIMEA. -Light to the uninformed consolation to accepting the provision of this Act to providethe them in the class of Securities named in Section

either for amusement instruction the ill feeling and a determination The the and relief to the distressed. interest as herein provided on the Bonds issued Two or to be applied to the purchase of th*.outstanding
subservient to his seems almost or existing English press has attempted to cover unhappy, Bond of the Company but it-shall be
purposes Ua.lUm OIOD.
said and
authoress in her the different factions hold out. the disasters of the 7. Our Sister Juridic ions.- United by Company, percent distinctly understood that the
introduction says that amongst t up campaign against herein purchase cC'aaid
in a sinking fund se
effect annum ae provided
as magical as the lamp of Alladin.AXEKXCA Christ spoke by parables. Mr. Buchanan, the Lancaster InteUigen- Sevastopol by a gross exaggeration of the I with us in identity of purpose, and'cemen- per, it shall be the duty of the Trustees after Bonds snail not relieve the Company from paying

numbers of the enemy. ted by the intimate relationship of our mIltic the expiration of thirty days from said derail or the interest on the same,they being held by the

*- ILTOL COT says,intends to return home in Oct The campaign in the Crimea was undertaken tie, we rejoice in their prosperity as our refusal to take pout_.of said Bailroad and all Trustee a* an Investment on account of the Sink
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.The ber next making his stay about 2 its of kind and advertise the same log
years. to divert public attention and if, own. property every
We i surprised and we confess, somewhat The voters Elizabeth city, N. C. have possible to redeem the National name, from 9. Woman.-That she is not present for sal. at public auction to the highest bidder Szc.13. of JB*any further of the Bond enacted."vrti--t-4 That it 'oacompletion

disgusted to see that the American following bills which had passed decided by 32 majority in favor .liquor the disgrace of the failure and retreat of with us in the labors of our lodges U our they either for cash think or most additional advantageous approved for security the interest as Four,the net earnings should he less than Seetion Six-'
Congress have been so silly as seriously to both Houses and had been duly enrolled licenses. the Allied fleets in the Baltic. loss,not hers ; for we miss the encouragement of the Internal Improvement Fund and the bond per cent on the Capital Sloek paid in and Bended

entertain a proposition offering the media' and signed were transmitted to the GOT At Alma at Balakava at Inkermann, of her smile and the example of her holders. The proceeds arising from sucla..shall Debt, of said Company first deducting the On*percent
Pittsburg coal is selling at Louisville, the allies, taken by surprise, suffered terrible tenderness yet the Mason never forgets the be applied by said Trustees to the purchase sod per annum paid ia to the Sinking Fund U
rum of
our Government between the con ernor; Ky. as low as 16c. per'bushel. losses. The endurance the Mason's widow and the Mason's orphan cancelling of the outstanding bonds issued by said shall be divided pr rain between the Stock Ac]
suffering. count in and
tending parties in the present European An Act to provide for the relinquishment defaulting Company, or incorporated with the paid Bonded Debt. ,and the Internal
The regular weekly receptions at the the disciplined submission to massacre, ofthe daughter. fund Frorridtd; That ia making such Improvement Fund shall pay the deficiency due
war. We had thought that only a year or to the United States in certain Presidential mansion will on private soldiers redeemed the battles, Br Ba.T. S. GOURDIN.The grand and sale sinking, it shall;be conditioned that the purchasersshall on account of interest from time to time,a*it my

twe-bsck our whole country, with great cases,.title and jurisdiction over lands for commence which the fatuity of the British generals universal design of Freemasonry inculcate be bound to continue the payment of one half fall due. In the event the net earning are over
Friday evening 12th instant, has forfeited. of the anda I of evnt. to the sinking fund Six per cent on the Capital Stock paid ia and
had apparently a knowledge true God one per semi-annually ,
unanimity repudiated the idea of inter- sites of light houses ad for other Bonded Debt
purposes Richard historian retired The national vanity however in Eng reverence for his most holy name. May until all the outstanding bonds are discharged,aDder Sinking Fund of One percent,
mention by the United i States Government on the coasts and waters of this Hidreth land is consoled Masons all be mindful of the penalty of an annulment of the contract of then the President and Directors shall fine pay
chair of the Boston by the degress ever
newspaper representations into the hands et the Trustees of the Internal
r edtrial purchase and the forfeiture of the purchase money Improvement
_ in European affairs. There may be a distinction State. Telegraph., of that city says the ton all these occasions,the Allies the sublime object of our ancient order. paid in. Fund the amount due en the Interest

between intervention in the con An Act to amend an Act, incorporatingthe the will CrieJ take bolder stand were outnumbered by the enemy, five to By Bro. C. U. Furman-Matonry- SEC 4. B. U further enacted That the Bail Account of the Bonded Debt in addition to the
now a
test between the people of Europe and city of St Augustine approved February paper on one or by some other nearly enormous dis Priska fides facto sed (ama perennis.By Road from the St. Johns River, at Jacksonville, I provision for the Sinking Fund every six months.
the Native American platform and talk parity. Thus the battle of Alma was explained Bro. E. I. Anderson-Masonry- and the waters of Eacambia Bay,with an ex tension Sxc. 14. Bt further enacted That for nil

their oppressors and in mediation between 4th, 1833. less on the subject of slavery. ; and the retreat and change of opera The only human institution that improveswith from suitable points on said line to St Marks River payment made by the Trustees of the .Internal

tyrants of the different peoples,but we confess Mr. Haynes presented a petition from tions which followed the time and with or Crooked River:at White RiSen Apalachicola Improvement Fund on account of interest for any
dearly purchased grows strong age.- Bay, in Middle Florida and to the waters of St Bail Bond Company agreeably to th* prorisions
our inability to comprehend the difference certain citizens:of. Florida asking the pas PROBABLE EFFECTS orT W. ON victory, was softened.In May it flourish In immortal youth, unhurt Andrews Bay, in West Florida, and a line from of this Act said Trustee shall demand and recede

Jt: strikes us that it would have sage of aji Act, restraining negroes from a letter exposing the utter stupidity amid the war of elements, the wreck of Amelia Island on the Atlantic to the waters of from said RailRoad Company equal amount*
A of the Allies that battle (which anyone I matter, and the crush of worlds Tampa Bay in South Floaida. with aa extensionto of the Capital Stock of said Company which Stock
of the Richmond Inquirer
been more consistent and more manly, at piloting on the St. Johns river. correspondent that has seen a picture of the battle field By Bro C. F. Lewis of Augusta-3/a- Cedar Key, ia East Florida; also a Canal from shall entitle the Internal Improvement to all

least for ,our government to have listened The following bills which had passed the says, the, writing spirit from of the Liverpool English,is on united the war in, will readily assent to) KOSSDTH insists that Ionic Charity -Like the dews of heaven the the waters Waters of of St.Indian Johns River River, are oa proper Lake.improvements .,to the holden.privilege and advantages. of private, Stock-

to the thrilling appeals Kossuth,made on House were transmitted to the Senate: favor of the war, and that men and money Russians had but 35,000 men to 700,000 it falls silent and unseen, but not unfelt to be aided from the Internal Improvement Sac. 15. S it further enacted. That oa, the "

behalf of the people strngHng, not for power A Bill to be entitled an Act to providefor will be voted for its continuance,by Parliament Allies, backed by and, moving under the By Bro. T. S. Gourdin-The Sprig. of Fund in manner a*hereafter providedeSBC. routes indicated for the construction of the different -
and extension He adds guns of a formidable fleet. Acacia-The symbol of immortality beyond 6. Bt further enacted That the several lines of Bail Reed the State hereby pats to
territory but for their tbe re-establishment of the records of :
each of the different Companies that
Rail Road Companies now organized or chartered may hereafter
The fleet was'rendered useless it is true the grave. May we, the trials of life
,lives and liberties, ,and even had'granted St. Lucie county.A "Yet when drained of her men, when so by the French line extending between, it and, being ended receive the crown prepared for by the Legislature that may hereafter be chartered construct portion of snea route or line, the alternate -
thousands in Sections ot State Land each
the material aid which he prayed for,than Bill to be entitled an Act to amendan many pursuits are taken now away engaged and the labor peaceful of the i the Russian camp while- the 'English 'who the Elect of truth. their,different any portion charters of whose and routes.amendments as authorized thereto by miles but the title to the same on shall side not rest for six lathe

tot them, :'after having refused the one to Act to grant pre-emption rights to settlers country thus manifestly who I marched up the hills in the face of the batteries By Bro. Albert G. Mackey-The three shall be within the line or routes laid down ia Section Company except a*the Road progresses and

vebMfeer.their .assistance to get the oppmttort on State lands, approved December3d pray, are to furnish lesed forts ; of the enemy, might have turned precious jewels of a mason-The ear that four, ((4)) shall have the right aid privilege of Company not until may thirty sell nwes one are half completed of the ,, when the
their hear the that of tho line embraced same within
right at'distance of a mile ortwo can cry of distress; the tongue constructing part by
vast armies and the that aid miles and
out of the.difficulties which they 1852. population and that slander their charter, on giving notice to the Trustees of thirty ; on the completion of thirty
at home ? is not a driving them towards the sea, have pronounces no and the breast additional mile,then they may sell the balance of
hare tbemsevles into their A Bill to be entitled Act 'er I the Int.mallmprovsmentfundofthaitfull acceptance
got by own selfishness an to.authorize mouth less to feed-, and many less left to destroyed them. that can feel for the misfortunes broth- of tbe provisions of this Act, specifying the their Land remaining unsold in the first thirty

and lniati&tetlove of aggrandize Elijah Johnson & Go, to establish a ferry produce the necessary food for all at bom This is the tenor of KOSSUTH'S argument; er. part of the route they propose to construct; and until mile,the and Road so on is for each division 'ef'thirty miles
ment. But suppose, for a moment that across the Chattahoocbee river. or abroad. Russia will send nothing from but it is to his incidental exhibition of the TEE HEW LIGHT AT ST-AaUU upon the refusal or neglect of any Railroad Company That .the title shall completed paaa direct: from the,Trustee farther, .
real of the Russians rnJU5. to within six months
to their organised
.offer of mediation A Bal; be entitled the Baltic and the 'great wheat 'growing disparity enemy now accept of the Internal Improvement. Fond to the
oar was accepted by all to an Act authorizingthe that we wish to refer. On the night of the 2d inst.the old lampsat from the passage of this Act the provisions of the chaaerL' ,pur"

the powers,'and the whole matter. in controversy sale .of the Staie lands, lying on the country on.the the Dab and that' which' is There 'are brave men in this contest the light House at this port were replaced same any other Company,duly authorized by law, SBC. 18. B.it further etoctett, That the .Trus'
water by many entering th of the 4th Order may undertake thvoooe traction of such part of the tee of the Internal
submitted to our Government disputed boundary line between. the States is ravaged by 'desolating ; The World has seldom seen braver; but it by one ojFresnel Lens line as they desire to make and which may not be fix the of Improvement the ftblie Fund shall hereafter
price Lands
S Light. This is' included la
what an, awkward 'predicament we would of Georgia and Florida. and the people of that vast and rich is idle as well as wrong, to distort the light fixed as heretofore la progress contraction under a previous charter. the Trust having doe regard to their location rain
find oarielves-l t :Of a has for merits of the case, in. order to'feed the but varied by flashes which are remarkably SBC. 6. Bt it further enacted That before any for agricultural
:course the Commis'sioners A to be entitled an Act relative to years sent and to brilliant porpoe, or on account of timber
count will abr vanity of one side at the expense of the The .flashes occur once in RaIlroad Company shall entitled to the provisionsof or DaYalators and make inch'arrangements for
appointed to negotiate the matter depositions taken under,c D.ion ished especially, din other. three minutes. this Act, said Brailroad Company shall first the drainage of the swamp or overflowed lands.as

would'have to adopt,. a* the basis of their A Bill to entitled an Ac permanent production consumers at hoe This mode of illuminating,light' houses grade continuously teDtl.u. according to the In their judgment maybe moet advantageous to'
these -
me ready considerations pressing on ATTACT following spec the Internal Improvement Fond and
a is th
on LIQCOB SHOPS:syWonzn.- French invention,. and coffers entirely settle
Impositions settlement of the the
a quarrel, county site of Holmes county, the English wheat and flour market,and The Kalamazoo (Mich) Telegraph furnishes from the old mode', in the use of the I lens ,-The line of Road tor sixty feet frem the meat and cultivation of the Iaad. Tbe said Trw-

the wrongs and grievance 'avowed and at a place know"Bear Pen Bluff in keep which up the been prices secured even in after a good admirable crop the particulars. of,a desent made on the and has but single lamp, 'consuming less, centre shall.-The be cleared grading of shallbe all the standing for a single timber.Second. track. tees tion shall of said encourage land by acton allowing settlement preemption and cnltrra voder

jmbfished; to the world ,by the different said c. b Wheat sells most rather groggeries of ,Oteego,by the women of that oiL and requiring less labor to keep it in except at depots Uraouts and similar place, web rules and regulations. as they may deem advisHe -.

.ontending'parties; as the causes of the A be entitled an Act to changethe condition now high place, in consequence' of an insult offered order. The oil supplied to the burners where highs!! be wider if required the State : -, That in no case shall a preemption

.war, when everybody knows that they name of Charles Irvin .Vincan, and for pric it did one year ago, and ,ou by a dealer to a female whose drunken bus by means of a screw"attacked to a spiralapringwhich Engineer, with a road bed twenty .feet wide in to for more one settler.than ODe' Section. 01 land be'granted
own countrfcau any
nowbutinsuftlciently supply band visited his house.. ;The the oil from the cuttings with ditches from two to three and a half
.are not but that the real bone of Telegraphsays pumps reser- Sac 17.'Beilfvr&ereuttd'R ito
contention other purposes. either England France. But let our : vior. The flashes feet in depth below grade, with inch widths at the Internal *Board

is kept oat of view and carefully concealed. A Bill to b entitled a Act to amend an people make less tb and'less cottonthenextyear The women of,the%.Tillage,'to. the num- of machinery are' produced around by the the light revolution State embankment Engineer may, at direct the grade and tiae.eighteen with feet slopes wideon of thou of a navigable Improvement Canal recommend coonectinip the the water construc cf
Thus would ojar negotiators be received ,Act approe November 2J, 1828, providing and and year after, I tell' you, ber of 38, armed with axes and hatchets, regultedby clock :work., .Thswhole is a OM and a half feet base wane C&Vise; and in all Engineer tbe St.John Ja with tboeeef Indian Rvertbs Slate'
with a broad.,U4 general ridicule be for.the. inspectors 'of hence your mlcin We&1t will be drawn formed a procession and.marched upon the most elegant piece of workmanship. Mr.' excavation,.and embankment they shall be so 'of the hereby same's authorized* soon to max*a final location '
to as practicable
pnttle' us 1 f tbe nw staple articles, destroyers there domestic Proceeding C. R.Miller machinist constructed a*to bYe a perfect drainage, and not furnish
beeped upon them and our country. It lumber in' counties of this articles and provisions peace.: superintended permit standing water to comewithin three detailed estimates and plan far the infor
th or'wheat'cm '
any .
Tu' b to .,the,hotel,,they commenced: erection.-Ancient City. mation of person desirous engaging ia the work,
they were to assume that Russia and the "State. .ubtitt' Clear up our Wd and general demolition of,decanters,jugs, tumblers ,feet of the lower side ef the crow tie. end invite bids for its execution for one year-the

.allies bad not made a dean breast of it, nd Resolution authorizing the Governor to te utot of them and barrels when the proprietor beseeching ZSecretariiirci Third.-Ml the cross ties shall delivered on bidders ta specify the amount for which they will
!necessary .the food ot'manj"and > written a formal the lies of the Road and be of heart yellow pine, do, the work,ana the mode and manner in which
that '
they must men up tht vhole truth to contract for the transportation. of' the particle that is produced will find an'admir-every them to desist, Came to terms,and note to'Mr.Molina,Envoy from Costa eyprus, white yellow post live or Spanish oak payments are to be-made whether ia lands or

p us,here would be,a voluntary insult oUer.S4b7CITOTerflmenttOescbofthensnd laws and'journals: 'present ble the next True gave bonds not to sell any more liquor'forsix Rico, l.regard to the Kinney exposition. white or red cedar, r not less than nine feet long money,cnn portions eaehat the end of which
a t ai.n' year. our wheat months after which with lets than nine inches sad time the
met they quietly with. Marcy that he has no official Information not face eight inches Engineer,with the advice and consent of
Assembly! and for. purposes; crop ary in t ground,and its quantity drew. They-then proceeded to several in says bnt ia thickne-, and shall be well and carefully the Tnuteee oftbe Internal Improvement Fund

we should bars given "ca8ftI bcIb" to the Senate Bill.to be entitled. an Act cot 10W' mcd But our groceries where liquors were sold. One of the premises, presumes thai tile bedded and laid within two and a half feet from may proceed to contract for its construction. AsS
to'pr corn -and which enterprise is not of a'character to violate centre to centre. .. the Trustee of th* Internal ImproTeoentFundentire
whole po *e. We bare beard of a Justice vent fraudulent voting.Mr. will crop much better tt aic either the keepers, after a ,portion of bis .stock the laws nations; that the parties necessarily Fourl.\.A' all water-ways sufficient space areberebyanthonized to nay oat 01 aaW Pund as

of the Peace. who'ued'to settle the difficulties Harris i introduced a Resolution, authorizing tobacco pay or, cotton.PlIKTIXO .' net 1 ta had been destroyed, signed,the, required transfer their allegiance to,the coon- shall be left for the unobstructed passage*of water; the' won progresses. thewbolS'smouat_sgreed
la his neighborhood bond., Another refused,when they poured they are going to and aad at afl points on the line of the Hoed where side upon b1 the tenDa ofthe eoattaett Prseided, The
by try
thrashing the ; must' abide by
Comptroller : Public Accounts
cost shall Thousand
o out his stock of liquors amidst the ditches can be eat that will carry off tbe surface not exceed Fu r Dollars
both parties litigant The United States to ,audit the account .of Captain New Your_.Tiu"CIT: GOVXKVMHT excitement..* During, the great the the laws prevailing: that so long as there is water,they shall be constructed by the Company ia money and FOOT Thousand acres of land per .
or ending Sep- operation evidence hostile Intent the United mile t Proviltd,jrirt That th*Tnntoes of the
'rea under the direction of tbe State Engineer. ,
are not: quite) strong enough for that yet, Jernigan's Company Johmtn f tbe.lit, 1854, the-advertising and printing proprietor rudely, grasped, one of the females States..has 'no control over theirmovements c Fifth.-Ia the crossing of all streams,the bridges Internal Improvement Ftmdshall beef the opin

bewerer mnch our neighbors across the Which: was the Corporation',of New .York cost and huried her back, whereupon he shall be constructed according to plans approved ion that this gamin money eaa be applied to aj4purposewithost

Atlantic may deserve it. Oh, no. Brother read n.At time and referred e..1 the city $73,261. It .is.said.that if a late was seized and most thoroughly drenched by the Stat. Engineer i and over all streams that Vundfor Ball Road impairing pl rpoies.vehjelw '.th' *, Ccteocy of the
waie te contract-for advertising into effect in his own liquor.. .He received several are navigated, suitable..draws shall be put Ia to ., '
Jonaihan Lands goes pour Poul is in S..II.J: "
Keep Th 5 article tile
let "U&l
your off and t.:t-cnu. o :cit/printingand advertising 1856 t :very severe injuries in the: melee. After good admit the passage of boat*or vessel usually navigating R&oct"of uy R Road Company capital
"chaw Prpt.and demand here. We 'understand there the < accepting tMpI'OTIaIoD"or
them ..ap.OIM and another".if they Gnea &8125,000." [ ". having. accomplished this,.the women quiet- : are a sam, to be-decided by the Statep..ro' JEa this Let, thai) bi'hrevezezmps
good many hogs at theslaughter pens. '" ft'vID' taxatiousad
choose. Only busy yourself about bowyeu been dispcrsed. the oddg. theiS fitness aid.
Sixths The the Railroads
of different
Nc'YoaE-J&.3-nr.JJ! Rimiro THui Richmond Sellers are'uking? 1-2 cents,but 'few of .gauge appurtenances lBeJadiar worbahops"wezeboscoe,
ban by their folly. by Palca.T shall be and connected continuously
profit uiflnal7ln
says out, THE GIIT;NAVIES. orJ rax, Woitp_ our citizens hare'.supplied.themselves; the feet ,aad property of mry description Seeded
Sub-Treasurytoday foe that train of sea oa
for w ears pas
hig ,
. the' payment of Interest a yesterday dividends.,. negroes a patting the'-prices ip for o I The following Is said,to bethewnborpf most of the citizens .refusing to", pay:.the all the route Ind&OatSdiWIthOu cars $ebaagiagfreightAM far the porpose forth of transportation maintenance;freight tad'passengers
or and
'. Amur,' much 'remls con pcUingthe' first five- prices] preferring to risk the bacon market of the different Railroad repair
The : ensuing year; to ,thidiacomfltaofveryonewboiiaa importantnariesof shall be the duty therRood*,"shall be exempt front tsxattoa while
We lean that aa affray bccured at lfid- i it is money net1 delNDtad 'use' for' negro i the world.wHb their>,weight of in the spring.- With the exception of (he CompaaJe to adopt ostifcra. tariff fox transports*. the Reads are dr construction' and for.theperiod

Aetarg *Tuesday nighObetween Gel'- on rr Men who,,were for$ J.( i metals. : +,' "-a- ,,, Penitentiary and A.ylam.'wh :,have.been Slot;of passengers-aad for hauling the freight ia of thirty.flv* year*from their completion
a aonL hrlt.e under she eanef exetier Company,vpoa usual aodequltableJrmsaad and that aU the of the / .
officer and
It held this and. English .668-tMtfe! 18.830 :" applied. previous rctverj fewsaws seeY11lta'and'pereon.
is doubtful iftb. house *f Messrs. yew J :ao discrimination .be made
man:by the nameof_ Cloger.and J.Tboraas De in.the actual sf
bare been employment
groes who brought only' 975 and 980 French :828 > >* 1144" ',*: : Affected and the drivers
Wordsworth and Shelden will be able to ; by oae Oanjsnjsgalodth.freight er festnferiof theComoentee. aad hertbr
be trotaperformiar ,
In which the, Utter received a shot from a Rossi 170f '. exacting 7 J-2.cents are for want : "are exempt .
arrange. Several,"others sufierscveraly rear, are held at 8100 and:8120. In the : 5,896 J, of buy another Company. ordinary patrol or saiUtin duly,,work
honetasVs pistol the bands of tie former them. b bi females the prices.hare not jump Dutch 102_ *: :2.318 ers, pickling their,pork A number of bogs &eenA.The.iso&il 1'1abaZt weigh riot ing oa,.blieroaqaia4 .ervlogajurona.. ?

widen severed the main artery of the ami out of,em 1 high, and range at'nearly: ''th.sam.uNukityer.1 ,Ualted.Siat $0, "*' *1,039: **, ._; at more'reaaonabl' rates could be :readily tessthaa sixty pounds per lIneal weUfasteaed yard''and beef S.c'lt.,..tt/'eM,'ThaI shoUld any
T li. thIbestqalitycthrcn'sa4 the ofIheeeana. '
kr" V these figures be 'correct the ton of held hekeL.MilZedevjjg Fsderol to or persona.I. theemploy of any'
leg and produced' death SA less' than ten ar' ." Union. the best France the United crossE4aTb. '
; and it that' a&'ld.prt StatesRossi*to} Hol .
jainntes. Clogervhas fled I t JKr..n'. E.IO.-WASBIXO- J -' oquipaeat shaB lie filtH dnkot-ataternenl ef aocmmts,.or make false
may r Some art a.tnefly'wltboct ; are. prtkig land combined ia'T resnels ndG3'thEsnd guns lit ntlat,"'aadshaO at ail times be SBHdeai fat'aa..The Issues as uaIen e the Capitol Stock."Bond*
r. T.I 1 teas .,JC3C" proposed to light the streets -pIOlD" of Bail -
Unnecessary means of subsistence. rioae. ,. : et..u.o .. any BtmdComr any,or appryanyaoacyer
xrb. ,WaIt' Turkish ricNare. oC tJCMi'I': expedition' B".Tbty-write borne there of a'tillage not a.thousand miles from Syra- ,In. tIt.a..-.r-, : '- property' bt1osglag| .'to add n mpMy>er In
; that that
Toe liars OjxcAuras a eersyototeerrspUtoia : are ._ of tike 'charge ef said toW.RdiYidwOf'
\ A mte Oomnuyy
; W1thied-"Ili I r- It:welived4'i ; CM partioa
Memn ,: feat received a Urge rein- Doringthe lest year, them*., 1 .'H*: 1 fleas enough in Turkey td dam!uVtbe'8oI- there we4 pfcj.tijsy t. < ""aad Indicated by tbI .Art"'-UU exceed ferty-lv feel teneftVor'*>'ta>' beoe4t:efsnrotaer person, it

.,Turkeys: from" the. interior, ia'the United States where"the.lr1a is reergithtg here. phorus. The'Turks'wear'them. .4l rliniiW n.. ejetf aitf 1 hng per mile, and as shihi carve_ exeeed'three shell be CIOOIWm4.f .and:eon fiction ia
for theif'shirt* T ' NaIll .ypc degrees ef enrvstere,or be adopted ujsefcgUer. -_. any. Court bAvbgjvrWictKaof tbe same,shall
EircY .
ed$1OOOOO ,
wWch bis1 guest win probably sme fa the or upwards.' The entlpsoseproperyby.lre.derIIg "91 11.D.ooswYo'.. _: :. .. : 1. .1.- -: be poniaM by fir at DM. *cntioit of shnOoort.sad .

MB*naoDer-asTurkty la'thi singular win! that.'period I Tan. & -W* : Tit 'L-SlmOfl, SeIs4beMebtI: ,:' ET7b0dl QwKt' 'SaoJJ." "-IOdTaI'aa7 ,itaarMseMef. .than InHUle.

01 a f15,000,000.,urine the St.DomIsowbbht&t. sgrec 1 eet-faeaitt a feifl Sallvvi "wl Kattna tov : SM4eey ,.u .- .w 7
JDnapMy'shatt | tweaty S
"l.rYed.erentoally byNlthblasn4 the aa&ftoes.: BBtresAsroBfte,, Th f3 .mesto&.7War the
= persona'wets.'kflbd.by.ph&a orth&-1azd'MteJected1. .CoaantrfatjwHhtbsUiiitdS i afishandyou'waajbsitr, JUof&tv:1xhrT former keep him"1n: oog&rfe sod-tha rath ef Jb>a4 be* ejeUesesriy sod ftortsb the ..I _.

f $ IL about0.by raOf**.Mskhats._,. : <*t.f.-. .,- !,1 $r. ( 4 'j :; J : t.<. ,otIceL.\;' :le eras wd ies-a thai!sssIyto fin_*&seWI1eMIeals; I=8. if..it t...M

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Baaal WbfltbrCOetretedii : Arrivals at Hotels.BafRagtoa :.:.' ..**' :: THE :' .. : T'lnCWLM 1..1IIIt& S ,..... "3fJSa3.. I1':< S
1fha&nr. "FLORIDA:NEWS"1anfc ; .
or...bfr dthWitT .
aay 7 tire Peat Offi a to JaekmviBa ca tba lat 'M

u..rv.it 1'OQ14f.sdopted Iazertfly,.W1"-M.by Iest4vs a Campuy 1IDiJescf Haaae '. 1 nnk dsy.Usmql5. S ..su besa j.GiI.SUJH -

.witla the eoe'lellt oru.e TruteM ttI eM lcWn1 Hoat) Tal.J1a S Bryaa dot OP : I0b Jrijiting 1tItt. c J Ke.vj1o&seM.TjAC teejad by See, ha aa r Mtofi to =J it PS

ud majority or the Stock- I. eorBT/WBtw tthvby t.staad.eily.
ImproreaieB had s W"Hall,do; MMJaUatao; '11.
holders at aa aaaaal meetwt ea a Stock yote8.c. I AadenosSPt LIIWtCSBPS /OATwbem,,M..1IIa.
tl. &it/*'*' <*s\ That should thiGuvwtoftb W T HcLeraad aVa JadgeOaea' AdktoaQe LhT*. WB hail brsscbee Hr tin....
Uarted Stotos ftrwtJaad to tha I ,SW.KcXaiI ... .. COUNTING. HOUSE ALMANAC. % Atbartoainmaa Lea Jobs mist.1 list eless TXBXCL of ell 4..4.fir U.41Lr.
&wet Florida for ta* pon.ce.. a>diar, lathe Q huM, B CjO 8 Boo Gat Dr.JO : B LaadJaaMflLeew .chafes FAMILY CA&JlIAGEf bwtt a*
eomstictioe the lia.aoffeailBoadindicated, lor. H: 1855. I Bailed** Mrf B O Cap pmrir feeble C wUrv CusI.aaflofwblekbe
.w *, by: tenoralorapeeial Act, I CoLJani.e Ut1ngtosdb I S SaIu Baler 8 W Leabman Joka MinKraaaa fflSKLL COXAOB CASH eu C3y MMXJEOJf
aaidlmeTof Railway shaD" be entitled to all the .B YI I V ,' 'T 0 utl.., A. : .. BojdJP ) lass AK CEAPOT
i '
'4 i
klZiCto sad adrantagea anaiac from aatd irraatibattba ,.to O..WCSIIdO G.SStOesJOI lw-F- Blencheid,aa' ,Edward 2 .
-er ,, l-t
of Florida wooW be ontiUed to ) Saa.ACBnml
State by Bird.8 <
do L Bosenblat do \y .
; ; AYMBIon. 2655 186aJCIT. -
JM oeoatroction of said lines of Railway and their Bond Jobs N. K.a.a S

iou; and the Oorernor of the State is hereby J.eIc1uau.I'a; JL Clash aa*lady BATING asad IL ; Z Z rk ,Mr. MeKaj, BatiwMartay 8.&E.LGit, .
aatbonsad and required aboald such an Act be J Patterson, Ga Col H H FJoyd, do; C 53? *** -* JTarr L We see now Beaarrr. Reuben, ,CapUia VAXrTACTCXZBS DXJU IV
paaaed by the Comment of the Daited SUtea to J 11 7 6I BewsP P MessIly, PaIrWt t LEES
Clayton Ala H Thomas doj JM ImrirtioM
; xtensir 7 Wiii t eg CAJU
arrange 91011 12 1J
select 4II
direct aaid Rail Bead Compaaiea to 9101ll121314 nndoexecuteal B. Cap& Nyse, WBHamJ ,
I land, sad. after such selection,to prt the Secretary serraat,Ga; O W Hary do; 0 Drew, 14 15 16 1718 19209IOi lSl6l711923 Era J. )cCamkkJehe* B kAOEatBos.36eed4OWast'

.r the Interior notice of aoch selection and ; ) .Ererett lady and 2 ea EMu'. BMati forth**xaea. -2lP2t23,* 24 25 26 27; fl23 27 23 be shortest- iioth BedelJ Joseph 4 Mathews WIlliam P IKitobBMa t Our Bleed Stock i sad Ns.7 axtoasir s.Earsatcbezle.ics-.
furnish him with a list of lands so selected the H Creighton do W'A do BT 28293031 -4 3&314- .- C UcEib1n.yZc.ey. aaaan
fractional ; Wray, ; tJOBofTrydecripdoaof FM'T.Aran.. ( are rep4etfJly f********to.u.a*.M w* esa
aambrr of each Section Section or ACO'TOcr'a. I3isa
POd take such other action aa may be ,do; J H Joey,do; W Forman,do E lJ f of-- Cox ea1 PbOfip off**great iadatwaWat* to style cad prise| .sad
the of lands said 12 13 15 say article bought it nr,**UbliaBSMBt are warranted
Mceeaary to fully secure grant to 14 16 17 12.l3l4il16tI7l8 Clark Peter Norton I.AiI Cap&
IUO Road Companies subject to aH the conditions Q E Barsoos Fla.M J PhDips, do.IJ 18 19 20 21 23 23121 19:20: 2I22:23,24: p P Carry, WA 0 to artrj mpet Jar/&-tfKJXTUIU -

sad mtnc&ms of the .Act. of. Congress making Job Printing 25262728 Jam OagoodV Vary MnOgitvi
NT B Carry, *
pdapnL' ; Bullock Fiat J Smallwood, I-; -ii Lawflhaiha, Conner W B-2 beth Mr Cariage.. Harness Depository

SacS3. J ilfrtJre* lawful fur the Board of Coonty Cemmwsiooers of NY attentioDofthoM 1213 l 15 16171 lDusliesa Cards 3.s AT THE wmTK BOT5Z
;Col Dancy, Pin Cot Dawkins do lO Carlisle. Geo W Price, APartridge. _)
soy County, or the Msror and Council of anr City 18 19 20 21 22 23 24IS feptea,Charles .Wm. Stmtb-West Corner
or the Trustee of any Town, through which seth wishing Priatiag 27282930311 TliltlngCards Taia Peed Thomas Jeha tad WT8TWOXTH ITKEZT%, ,f.
Baa Roads or their extensions may pass or to John miD Pa W W Fowlss 8 0; F dime Is I 2 3 4 5 6 7 3O'4' -H lemens, J A Pirgaiaa Singleton cb.rt4stssaC. S

which they may terminate, and they are hereby ,NT; Geo Croux, Ga;T F_Hacker.do. particularlyInvited 9 10 UI 1213 14 I 3 4 5J 6, Clrcelars, lanba. Beaus Price Oliver CARRIAGES of rry deeeriptioa the love i
authorized eubacnbe ted bold stock ia AId Mr.Everett .lady and two'children to this office. S 16 17 18 19 20 21| 7 8 91011 121lR Caraum Cap'r.auv Daniel K 2. priee sissy* aa bend sad a*article MM*xfticb -
Cosnps.sv,upon the same terms and conditions, 8 22 23 24 25 26 27 14'15 Coot SamLL pmoemaa.EH M CM b*wunated III the raOst term, by 1
sad anJbject to the same relictions aa other Stock- S C 1WP50rNT; Mrs-M S29301 flPfldBUhi, JJy8-tf X.H.SATHA3.NEUFFER. .
21122 23,24:25: 26127 Carr! Rufus Peach EM D
bolder: PmiUl, It shall be first submitted to do; L C Clark, Ga; M Philips Fla J Terms larariahlyCf MAT- I{j j S293031P-J-J, fewart, Wm. Jr. Proctor A

the YOU of tile tegl voters of aaid County City ; B 1C Crery. S C; H M Mcfienzledot f* 8 91011 Nor** JH-l-l2l{ | } Sb Dill., Clark t nEXDRIX tC,
held and taken at such times and CASH. JamesD COMMISSION .
or Towa. to be 31 113 U IS 16 17 18 19 4[ 6HIJ2 Roberts Cornelia MEBCHAVTS.
places.4 in neb a manner. aa said authoritiesJwpoctirely COB H A Hudson Ga;.Wm Allen, do; ;20 21 22 23 34 25 2S| Bills ofLadlag, arCng Henry 3T JLiee, Edwin K forth*aatosfFloar

may appoint, whether or not stock Pa; J L Croom lady,child aDd"servant Orders from the |27 28 29 31J-H 18,1920:21,722324: Doyler, A WodgeCapt Roberts Joba ,Grain tad Frde MralfrV -
and if when the
aha11 be subscribed and ; and servant S C; W H Sauth do JvxL--l.- 1 2. 25262729'391301-1 flul5OfV&fl5 ) SolomoaDneakel. Rice QIriea t JulyS CftorbaCM, Aft SS'

vote be then&! H shall appear tha a majority Fla S S L Clark N T Couatry wfflbe 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, Dsca. -I" -.-- HermaaDLy Rogers,Job S '
Bryant cIo
of the rotes shall be ia brot/uf such subscription, ; ; ..' 10111213141516 THE PAVILION HOTEL -
213 4 5 e IabeIe aJW Rodgers CaptoiaKobertsoa .
I it shaU thereupon be lawful f Town r the Board authorities of Coon.ty by ,do; TF)Mitchell Md. promptly*xcutd. 11718192021 2223 91011 12,13'14' 15 Daniel J P ,, BetI1'Duatord KfrA-Wut earner Xtif>JZssef-SS S

agents Cummisakwers by them appointed City or to subscribe .and take Hanson GaTW Cook NT; AL !-H-fl 16J17 19 1920J21 22j' me., *c. W. Richard* Co CHlaLUTO*, ft. C. :

ia such Company such an amount of Stock ; B P X..,, Va; N B Stevenson,Fla; Jos.F.Boesao. .d 24KJ26{ Tyss, Esekiel 2Eatoa Roeenthal, Co Theeadengaadb.1pr7ctfaI1ytobrt>mBia' .

aather shall determine;\PrwiW, That in no Putnam do; S B Thompson do; Gen. B S_ E Row,Adam Gun numerous friends MM!the trare&ag public a,ism .
amount shall Colquit KJUo Ellen X. ally that. aatwHhataniiat tile recent Ire at th '
of County subscription exceed *
fffM do Ber D B do Mrs
Lynn Stereos NY
fifty per cent of the cost of construction ; ; ; Eddy John BOM.A&Bouse rear of BJ*premise, .II. M asaal prepared to

through said County and -to issue the bonds of do; Capt Planner, Boston Capt Notice of Sale of Steamer Hancock &e. WINTER MAIL ARRANCEMENS P ,George CaptBowse for the bet MeomaKMUtion to aO-ho may farr
such Cwnntr.Cit or Town,'payable with interestat Pa; C C Osgood Fla; Capt P Hkkett, French Mrs.Flam Joseph him with their patrueage.4he house and furniture
such time and places aa they may deem proper Ga. NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of, and NORTHERN MAIL ri*.Savannah or Charleston William Roberts Isa baring been thoroughly cleaned Mil reaorated.Be .
aDd dispose of the aame for fie payment of such ", of two Decrees of the Circuit closes at 9 o'clock P.Mondays A Tbnndays.SOUTHERN "riel nap 3 S also returns hi*sincere thanks for the liberal
subscription, pledging the faith and resources of J P Wheeler N Y; T B Bnekman Ga Court of the United States for the Northern District MAIL closes at 10 o'clock A.ML, Fisher Tamer F Epeer.70Fo.terCaptLauls5 support be has reeeired and pledges himself to

such county city or town for the payment of such .do; B Bomer N Y; E Young, L I;W of Florida sitting a Court of Admiralty on Sundays and Wednesdays. Shrouds John P Capt 2 spar BO expense or exertions to dteerre a eoatiaa '.
bonds aocIl.ttftst. and they shall, from time to Y J Morehead do C Faknestoek Pa against the steamer Hancock her tackle apparel WESTFBN MAIL closes at 3 o'clock, P.K. Fisher J B A Hiram anne of the patronage that has hem M Unary ax*
time, kay and collect such a tax aa shall be neces- ; ; ; and furniture one Decree in favor of William A. Sundays and Wednevdays. Floyd Sirs Eydenham, Mas** tended towards him. ; S
nary to pay the instalments of interest and the N C; Hon A A Morgan and lady McMiUea and one infavorot Abner M.Hall I ARRIVALS. Fubian, U Smith ZepenUh B No .18' H. L, BUTTEBFTZLD..-_ '.
bonds aa the lame become due, or to create a sinking F Morgan do; )..M Lee, do; T L shall sell at public Auction the said steamer Hancock NORTHERN MAIL arrives Sundays nd Wed- FareweU. Clement B Siloox. Jane

fund for the gradual reduction of the aame; son, Ala; Miss Uenly, do. her tackle, -, onTn.sdaythellthday of esdays, and will be distributed in about one hour 'ontain Seipio Stewart, 1 ae1FIJ'DADdes M Wholesale! Tia-are FaclorjvO.
/VwriW, That the rate of interest shall not exceed Janiiaryeextitllo'elockA.M., at the tan of after the arrival of the mail steamers Frank Shamds S M D
tea per contain per annum: (fund may ben I Pa1atb at the place where the said boat now, lies. SOUTHERN MAIL arrires on Monday and Frisl Patrick Sawyer, E J Capt 2TSmmermsn H. YEROSEE BROWbolemle -'
by each B ard of County Commissioners I C. D. Oak. Dated at Palatka Florida Thursday Bights and win be ready for delivery at a T Dealers asfLA.IV .

.city or towa authorities by tax. ia such sums [Reed's New Building ) this 22d day of December, 1854. dies boars on the morning eDIUiu,. Once,Daniel ,John AXD JAPAXSD TUT WARE -
will meet such and WESTERN Tombs Emanuel PAKE this method*T iaferarbg their MM
or instalment as sabsonptioa. J JacJcsonrilU Fla.; E.E. BLACKBURN, Marshal MAIL arrives on Tuesday and Goold.Capt! *
the receipt for the parmtDt of such tax hall entitle c23-3t by GEO.J.ZEHNBAUEB, Deputy. Friday mornings at 3 o'clock and will be ready Grant Samuel L Thomas James T J. and castoiccn that their bar recently Mad
the parers thereof for every one hundred dollars conntantly on hand a fine aasort- fur delivery at office hours thereafter. GreeD Charlie Trask Joshua U 3 large adiitioas to t maJuaery, and are now : f
ao aaid.. to bare one share or more as the case of WATCHES,JEWELRY and F AN- ID Chancery-Putnam Connty. OFFICE HOURS. utunby. Mr. Taylor,Bar S W prepared to exajnt all orders to tile abov. ,fia* '.

"I,a*.of the stack ao subscribed by said County GOODS, which h* offers for sale cheap Leer C.Giasov, Executrix From 8 1-2 A.M. until 1 P.M, and from 2 1.2 Gilbert Fredrick Hagaa Tourmsa E with neatness and d.patclt Our If arc an all ..
Commnmoaers..city or town, io.said Company, r.. P.11.until 6 P.lI.JacUouriJle. H Thomas, Robert H warranted not to leak and to be of the best workSBship. -

and which receipts shall be assignable, but no / *Repaired and Warrented. DaunT C.WII.UD" Bill to Foreelos Nor.1!, 1954 [ ,Job A Taylor,Mary MrsflannahARMrs .
FfKk held by any county, city or town, shall be Jon libyans } Mortage. [ U Ternismade accommodating,and Country order
assignable br said county, city or town until the JACKSONVILLE Jan. 1855. C.A. PMC Dr. A. Upham.s Hertz[ A E t"ama Radii promptly attended to .

bonds issued fir the purpose of prucunn funds offers for sale two lots, d.. VEGETABLE ELECTUARYA Ba'U. Wm. V Also Country Roofing set Guttering don with
for the of said coantr, city or town subscription SFln"aDpelt Harman dispatch .
payment shall be paid except in exchange fur such 27, immediately I west of his residence. r being made to appear by affidarit that Samnel CERTAIN CUBE FOR PILES, eitlaer inrL HimoT Hullma, Capt.Jonathan 2Vantaesell, Peter 6J STATE STREET near lie MarkeC .f.
JOHN L'ENGLE. D.Morgan defendant in this cause, resides ternal or external and aU affections of the 13-
IIoaa. VaaVrankea G nor m Cfcorfoctoit. SCv
SC 2*. Be it/nrtltr tnaeUd, That in the event beyond the limits of tha State of Florida to wit: k>webt-for Liver complaints. Dyspepsia Cosreness .Thomas W
AND CHOICE GROCERIES. fa the State of North It is motion of Biliounie of the Blood af- larding.. Simian Capt.
of the disagreement between any Railroad \m&IIy Carolina oa impureties Stflmanlerriflg ToodCeld, William Frsscr ,.t TbJt!
aeerptmg the provision of this Act and the hare just received an Dawkiat. Complainant's Solicitor Ordered that the ections of the Lungs and many other holmes 3 Wood PS pS3U, -S
General a*to the compensation to be 'I'IJ..tauter' new Stock of PROVISIONS said Defendant Samuel D.Morgan do appear aad more particularly enumerated in the direction J Ward George FACTORS AND S
paid per mile by the Government of the United FAMILY GROCERIES answer,otherwise the said Complainant's Bill shall Prepared and sold by the original proprietor at Waiiami M A COMMISSION MERCHANTS: '
Vuatesto s\id Compaaies foe trsafportiogthe mail com be i taken pro eoi\fato\ against him; and that this his Medical office No. 337 Fourth street, N. Y, TohBsoaJohn Jones Capt Williams James Adgei't North S :
of the United States, oa the route indicated by following articles: Order' be published once a week in some newspaper and by his agents throughout the United States Jetnarks Mrs. A Wilkinson P M S JTharf C. ;
this let. the matter shall be settled by mutual Beans, Coffee printed in the Eastern Circuit of Florida for the and Canada Th genuine has my signature faml ,John H Wilkinson Thomas nu'&a Charleston
arreement betweea the Postmaster General and Corn Starch bin*A white, pace of four months. own hand writing.. Sold br, fthnsT1 John H Joseph TRASh I 'At'L.Lnuno.'
Johnston ,
the Governor of the State, and the refusal on the Flour, Soap, At Chambers Dee. 14,1854.WILLIAM MCMILLAN, of Mr.JlorWaiiams( JamesK Copartnership Xotlce. .
part of say Railroad CompanV to perform the ser Meal Pepper A FORWARD, dec2-3t Apothecary Hall. Joseph. ear Tay-Wescott Walker,,Solomon TUX tmIempecI bare tJa.day formed e C*" '. '.
. vices reauired by the Pot Office Department for ,Butter Spices, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern Winston .Jer the am rf Jtf trtmaaaaA .S
the compensation agreed on b? the Governor and Cheese Ginger, dee 23-4m Circuit of Florida. HEW STORE. 'XBABA and will continue the Wholesale and .
ieffer Re.beaPenons
the Postmaster General shall Subject said Company at Lard Nutmeg, Produce Groceries & Provisions. wishing of the above letters will Retail .
to a fiae of one hundred dollars for each and Onions Cloves FOR SALE. any CLOTHING f TAILORING BUSINESS.

crerrday they refuse to perform the aaid award I I Grits Ciaaman "TIlE undersigned offers his place vest of the MILLER/ & McCUEN hare received aa picas them.say they an advertised WM.OBOTHE.or they may P.M.notget at the corner oTEait Bay eel Qveen itraeta.CiarUfUn _i.

which shall be recoverable br an action of debt, : Teas, Toil.t Soap X: corporate limits of the town of J Jacksonville stock of Jat.61855. .S C. *
but if he be in
by the Postmaster General: not Sugar, Confectionary. for sale. ,There are two lots,bounded on the CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES -S WM MATTHlESSEr: ..
arrear fur more than ooequrkl"lcompeal&t oo to IIFRUITS. north east and south by streets. The situation is AND PROVISIONS The People's Clothing, J.J.I.'54. W.\I. P. 0'JLUL.t.

such Company.Sic. high and healthy,and has on it commodious bnildoga .. .1ID 17 VfonKfoefKruie EitaJbKAmt*, 16 PrtCf' :
l Js jt/srtbecseete4, That no branch situated fine shade trees for a'their New Store i ia Semen New Block oa Bay JVVw snider .
fori Vit
GREEN AND DRIED. among summer DRY GOODS STORE.At sired tupevilatdtam tf
main line of Railroad provided fur
toad from the treet, which they will len cheap fur cash and
Plantans Nut of all and is protected from the cold north-west winds of .7 T.Jdaiiwezsszssogfl2sm2a
by this Art, between the water of PensaeoU Bay ; Bananas winter. The place has on it also aa excellent well CASh ONLT. ( the lip of the G GIANTS RED CAP,)
Ac Ac.
aad the junction with the Florida Railroad shall kinds They will keep on band ata n times a supply of 'Melts,.
of water and i*the best garden spot to be found MODE returns thanks to his friends and titUsens S
be made to the northern boundary line of this Su- WINES AND LIQUORS anywhere in the vicinity of the town. DAY CORN FLOUB PORK BACON HAMS, J. Jacksonrilla and surrounding country 'PIlE CO-PARTNERSHIP th* arm.of:

$tats until that part of Florida the bll.Railroad between baa the been ,Began Porter and Ale of choice brands. dee 16-tI O.DART. BUTTER, CHEESE, SUGARS. for past favors bestowed on him and solicits aeon J. TCNXO, PICE5EY A CO, i*that day dnsared. !*-
waanee Bayer sod the Wed full al Ao Ac The sotUemeut of its affairs mutual
each branch Road be keep a supply itnaaneeof the lame. As he has now entered into by
constructed nor shall of any the nor withoutthe al and for that purpose are receiving Inaelrent Notice. for the Wholesale trade. [DO"2S-tt copartnership with his brother in Savannah the acnelDeJd. devoir oa WILLIAM M.TtNIi0,
made to a point west Alopaha the screral from Charleston by steamers semi-week- C. SKIFF.Adminbtratrix, and The business will be earned more extensively under to whom all parson.ba"ia1 1 Indebted -
eat of all the companies owning CATALINA Magaoll tlouae.
COII patronage of the public ia respectfully Administrator of all and sia the sad firm ofWholesale are referred.
main line, and w.tboat; the style
of approval Jlo-ida.
portions the stand lately occupied by Moms the chattels sod of EL4tuis.East WILLIAXLTtNNO..
of the Trustees of the Internal ImproreScc. guise goods rights eredits S A.L-MODE, '
; George F.SkIt; latex cweoonty,deceased ar. NOW: adder the management ices: TOLL. and Retail Dealers In Y1Z'Cs.NEIJL.. ..
FeedSic. -itftr&er enttUd, That the comple- JOHN WOODWARD, lug this day filed iBID,offle a written suggestionof ; mocIatioa can be had npoa apolieafioi. and Goods Charleston August 31st, 1354.
.as. Dry
B BUe of Clothing Sept 2J3
Bailruad indicated by this Act aySlrtft.PROVISIONS the insolvency said estate: board 1,50 per day for TRANSIENT
ted pnKMia of any rail and plates or This is, therefore, to notify an persons baring BOARDERS. Every attention will be paid to and our friends will find at all times a large and
the spikes Ac.
ahaU carry ia iron the construction of portion on''I" demands against said estate to file the same, duly promote the comfort of guests and every exertion complete Stock too numerous to mention. For The S.beri 1-
chair the required line indicated at the ttluJuna any rate of two by brig G. L. Beckman, from proved and authenticated before the Judge of made to give satisfaction by the subscriber. quality and reasonable price pleas can and eoaince Continues the business hret.lIore carded aa wader .

ol ton mile, and for such transportation 'rebate of Dual County, by the ninth day of 1.711 friends from the North and South risit- yourselves,on Bay street,opposite CoL Samnut1 -. the name of TUNNO. PINCCNET A. CO. .
cent receive per iD payment per the capital stuck of the Companr barrels Mess Pork, fay next at which time there will be a pro rate log St. Augustine may be pleated to hear I hare Lot where you will Cad the same Giant's Bed and tenders to his friends the renewal of kJ. .-' .r

for which the same was tram-ported. "i Hiram Smith's Flour, distribution of the assets of said estate amongst the interested myself for the success of this House aDd Cap. vicesSWILLTAMM.Tr2INO, ..,
Sic $. BfitfurHtr enacted. That whenever I! half barrels Hiram Smith's Flour. creditors thereof nothing shall be wanting. TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.Will Septl 2J3 .

of the different Railread Companies shall purchase tierces Sugar Cured Hams new, Witness my Dame a*Judge of Probate.and the Dee23-tm> B. E.CARR. be sold or firm away, the entire Stock of .
aar and deliver to the County Treasurer or to hogshead Bacon Sides and Shoulders seal of said Court this the ninth day of GEO.ABBOTT 4 CO, -
the city or Iowa authorities the Bund issued by firkins Goehen Butter Lu*> November in the year of oar Lord one EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS. Dry Goods and Clothing.The N.96 EMl-Bq, (.ppeeli.&4c..JFMrf.. "

any county esty or&. to pay the subscription of : boxes Cheese thousand eight hundred and fifty-ioor. TTTELCn A GRIFFITHS, Ultra fine Cast Steel present occupants wish to dispose of their entire CbarlMtBB,S.C, tDtaltriin \
the capital stock of said county, city or town,or tierces Leaf Lard FELIX LIVINGSTON V V Circular Saws of every sue, including Stock ia order to be ready fur the new Brick [
any pottioa of them the Treasurer ol said county, II kegs Judge of Probates Dual Connty. Saws for the Portable Saw Mills from 42 to 84 Store soon to be erected on Bay street aDd make SPIRIT CASS AND CAMPHEXE'
city or town shall transfer aa equal amount of the half barrels Fulton Market Beef November 11, 1854-6m. Inches hi diameter-together with Gangs Maley room fur the new stock which they intend to brag ",
capital stock of said Company to laid Railroad 1 Mackerel in barrels and kits, Notice. Mill Cross Cutt Pitt and other kinds. on, and in a further improvement of styles to invite with Lamp ot arerj dee riptka for the aaair

Company,.d it shall be the duty oi the Treasurerof w Salmon in kits PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Micb- These celebrated Saws hare been ia extensiveuse customers. .AI.Ie

the co.nty, city or town authorities to cancel sacks Lirerpool Ground Salt ALL Heara sen, deceased are hereby DOt at the North West the last twenty-fir years The liberal patronage J. M.has received durinthe English and American: White IeadPnintaj ;

and deface the Bond exchanged. cask Dried Apples, : led to come forward and make immediate pay- and an considered by competent Judges the best time he baa been in business ia this city,has of ererj kind Linseed azJSpe ,

Sac.V. Il it furfA.' enacUd, That after the barrels Apples, meat Those baring claims against said Estate to made. disposed him to dispose of whatever be has on July 8 Oil Glass Potty .. tf
Railroad Companies indicated by the provisions of Floor in sacks and box*, and a present them within the time prescribed by law, Manufactured by them and for sal at their band at prices that cannot fail to produce a smile ,
this Act hall for fir* coasecutre years pay six of Provisions and. Groceries of all or they will be barred.. warehouse-No 456 Cliff-si, New York. pleasure from his customers and thereby reciprocate COXDICT, JENNINGS& Co.,
per cent on the capital stock paid ia, and the interest for sale by dec2-2m JAMES E. HEABN, Executor. Rcrzaxsce. the favors of tb* public Be has determined SADLEEY.COACH,HARDISo. ,.c
oa the Bonded Debt aDd apply the sum of 6, 1855. MILLER* McOJEN. I' B.Yaad1a,, Findlays Iron works Macoa Gee that the most fastidious shall not leave him 165 Meeting Street.
one per cent yearly to a sinking fund on aid debt, Insolvent Notice where Saws for the Portable Mills caD be obtained. with dissaUjfactioa in regard to their bargains.Call j-aly9 CkarlatomS.C.
then the Trustee of the Internal Improvement Nursery. Fla. auioaIwai& ;
JJft STATE or FLOBIBA ) Fairbanks Jacksonville one and aH! We are upon
Fond may apply under the direction of the Legislature l Co* oDtaaL, J Albert Lorejoy, Agt.Union MiUs Darien Geo, aDd_ne J01L Bead! read!! read!!! MATTHIESSEX A'CrHAKA
; the annual income arising] from said fund respectfully cell the at ty Bradle/A Giles Sarannah.H. A.MODE A BRO., Jadooovfll, 'WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOC9O
to other purposes of Internal Improvement or to : oD of the eitisons of Dual and adjoin TOLLYt'IN JONES, Administratrix of theL MitebeL and next door to"Moroisg News"office, :.143 Eaet Bay earner Qoeeo
the Hpport of Schools so long a*the said Cornpaar to their choice selection of Estate of John A. Jones deceit baring filed Montgomery Work Montgomery Ala dee 2-tf Bay sired Savannah.Urn. JulyS CAorfwton, SLCZ. tf.
ab continue to pay the aame. But should any Trees Vines ia my omee a written suWstiou f4 the insolvency Dee.93m.
of said Railroad Companies thereafter fail to provide Grape Rasp of said Estate] This II i therefore to notifiy all persons Grothe WARDLAW WALKER & BURNSIDE
the interest upon their Bonded Debt and one Gooseberry Currant baring demands against said Estate, to present Dental Notice. Cotton, Patters and .
per cent annually a sinking fund then aaid them, duly proved and authenticated to the W.S.BOSTWICK would respectfully WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY, COMMISSION MERCHANTSt

fund han pay th* deficiency oa the interest *o Honey Suckle, Jadge of Probates Of said County of Dual on or inform the eitsseas Jacksonville and Us riciaity (Til On r0m adjoining ttu Pott-affiet.) North Atlantic Wharf
ennui.from time to time as it may arise. before the first day of March next when there will ,that,baring opened aa office ia the Dagaeriaa c HAVING returned from Europe again CAortoS.C. tTENCISE
BBC.3$. B itfvrtktr t+acttd, That the right Ol( ] Altheas, be a pro-rate distribution of the fund belonging Gallery on Forryth street will attend to all branches '* begs tare to offer his serrieea to his old My9
way through the State lands for two hundred feel plant now for sale oa the grounds( aid Estate,amongst the Creditors .. of DENTISTRY, ia the most approved and **friends and the public generally. With his 1 LONDON DOCK PORT WETTf
ia width II hereby granted to the different Rail Esq. fronting the Plankroad. Witness my hand aad the seal of careful manner. experience for the last twenty-six years as a VT 31AI KRIA UINEiw : '
Bad Companies on the mute ind-cated w.th; the ALSO [IKAI.] said Court of Probate this the 17 Nerves of aching teeth destroyed without Watchmaker,be hopes to give entire satiafaetina TRENCH RRAXDT
right to cut timber sad procure th* necessary HAND andother 25th day of AagnstA. D, 1854. dec2-2m to those who wish to hare their work done ia a Expreeely for medical par poeea. afr ,
earth sad stone from the adjacent land to construct FELIX LIVINGSTON. workmanlike manner. wp2-3t APOTHECA&t: HATH
and repair the same sad whenever it is necessary and guage to suit this market, all from Jndge of Probates of Dan County. RECEIVED by Bark CARNIOLA ty Watches Clocks and Jewelry repaired at
to construct turn-outs or aide tracks that this pet,- t Co. Manufactory. Saws from this es 26-6. JUST New Tork, the shortest notice. Jaly 8-tf u.w.Kl5UI AlIr'.'
Ofre may be extended to one hundred feet oa each hare been thoroughly tested in this aug ____ HIRAM SMITH FLOUB in bbs.aad half do. I17roig'St-ed --i
aid of the Boad and of such side track. country and peeved to be the very best For Kale. MESS PORK. J. HeRobert Baker, has la afore aa Immenee steel." -

.Sac.**. \tfvrOtrenaeUtt, That the alternate in this market for cutting tb* pin*, WILL be sold oa the fourth Monday in Janna- BUTTER CHEESE and LARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLICITOR IN WINDOW BHADwhich ;-
BoeUoo of the Swamp-and Overflowed Lands for Florida. ( aut at the boue or Zilpba. in BUCKWHEAT FLOUR ia boxes and hags be fa MOW offering at prieea ncb a*to-pre' t
ax mUe oa each aid, may be granted by the ] and for sale, Canal Flour Pork Hamilton County Florida two Negroes the property CRAMBERRIES DRIED PEACHES, GIN CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, sent pal iwIaeemcairtD customers.as1 '
General Assembly to such Bailroad Companies to Sugars Champagne Cider, Pilot Bread of Wright Hogaas deceased minor heir of GER PRESERVES. PICKLED LOBSTERS. LiD 1-S
be hereafter chartered a*they may d em proper Sugar Crackers by the barrel,coffee by Archibald Hocus deceased. Description of Negroes BLAKE'S FIRE-PROOF PAINT, Lace sad K GnC rtMiia;Satis Dtlaaaa,DamJar9
Os tbatr compliant with the provisions of this Raisins Soap, candies Starch and Caa- a*follows t On woman 35 years old aDd HTDROLER CEMENT, Commissioner far the Atlantic and GuJ aska.Ac.iflatsge.stbsrgsia.S f.

Act aa to the cnaaaer of constructing the Road' box Pure JosheD Butter by the fir one boy ten years old sold for the benefit of the BURNING FLUID, All a full supply of State
sad draiaage ucI&he salt sad transfer of the alaeraato where the land flow with milk and other heirs. Term of sale made known oa tile PAINTS, OILS and VARNISH ..- So G. CORTEN.&T.S
Sections thus granted shall be in accord, York City CurecillamL dayoll&l. ZILPHA HOGANS And for sal by MILLER A McCUEN, 5lyMcQueen McIntosh BOOKS,STATIONERY AXDCJIE.&P'PUBLJCSI10XS. -S
aac.the provisions of this Act JT.HCOBWIN A CO. Jaeksoarin9th 18S4-61 Ouardiaa. dee. 16-tf Somers"New Banding 5

88C. 52t.it/erAeressdL That no Bond ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jalyfl JTo.Raad Street,", tfAONEW.
ahaU be island to the Companies aaaer the provision Synodical College Notice. Good Croeeriea. JackBonTille.E. F.
of thi*.Act, ia aid of aar part of their SIX MONTHS from date the undersigned Sabsriber sneeessor, to... B_Howell on S FISHER t HO. iR.-
Roads act completed at the ena of eight of the Estate of Jas. B.Cole, deceased TIlE band fan
years corner,ha* oa a assort B. M.. Pearson FACTORS AND COMtnSSltnT KEH-
the of this Act and tI will anal account aad vouchers to ,
from present
passage any Company meat,of family Groceries which h* will sell low CHAXT9.Accoimfiodation A
failing to grade twenty mile*ol their Boad WIthin tile Hon.Jadge of Probate for Putnam county for For cash. ATTORNEY AT LAW... wAn C3Lzr/e onSCl S '
.' four years from filing notice of their acceptance of: GRIFFIN,GEORGIA. settlement, and will at the same Urn. ask to be H* ha oa hand At an time S aa sasortment of J ackaonT 1Je.FU. ?/; ,
tb terms of this Act shall forfeit all to Its f this! lastitatioa will be resum- neb A4mWatratM.
right *** discharged which will be sold at the lowest cash
good liquors,
oa Cdstomen wilt always meet with aa aegommodatiag > Felix Livingston
Sac SL Bt itftv&tr <*eUd, That h addition next under the continued direction of laths Aacat 1,54._.AdsiinWrut gentleman ba th* person of Mr.Goes, XET CASH JOBBING HOUSED;'
to lbs Bond aa&onxed to be issued ia theIt preeeding President Ber.CBUOJKS P.Mains, of the establishment A1TODEY&COt11lCELtCR AT LAW, NOB.253 & 255 Kms'StreeCH. -
iith. Court of the Eastern Clr- who ha charge S
circuit 4r
SecUoa of thi Act then be and .J'acboDTi11e. E. F. a.t
may issued by S be aided by an experienced compe nit of Florida.In dee.2-6m JNO.W.PRICE.
tba proper Radioed Compute*. Bonds to lbs Professors and Teachers ia th* va TTTTLL attend to any profeerioiial buelmes S
amauat 4Il.on* haadred taouaaad dollar for a A.most thorough and *xtea- Chancery.-Betveen Teacher Waated.. W treated him in tie Comrts of the Eastern ..
.\It Bridge erosaiag tb*ChoeUwhatchi River sad the of duration, mild and ornamental,is MorntziU.GoDDus, Coatplaaunt, )Bill(or' MALE TEACHER whowaaU asiteatioa circuit and af tba Supreme Coortsof Tallahassee.Ha DEALERS IX GROCERIES; JJQUORS.SEGAKS.lc. -'
like amoaat for a Bridge crossing the Aps'tfhi 1* hy thi Institution. Viaouru GODMX M'.naaaDtroroo.. ANY a family, and who eaa teach a plaia IN- has also such aa adraatageoas connection with '
JUrr; ala oa*haadred .thousand dollar*for the for admission eaa b*mad to th* BILL of complainant being filed ia this ease GUSH EDtCATION"y lad employment by an able Lawyer at Washington City as will ensure- J-ty& Ko.C9 Bait Bay.CbarteatoB$.Ctf'S.S.FARIiAKJt
) tractage aiosssry to cross from lbs West side ofHaaaaa or to the Rev Wm J. XMl). Secretary it appearing to the satisfaction of the applying to the .. at Jernigan'Post a prompt sad speedy aoDectioa of such elaine as :. j
; River to Amelia IsUad sad fifty thousand of Trustees. The high character of Court that the said defendant resides' without th Office, Orange county, Florida any be placed to. his hands against the UnIted
ti doUar for the crosaing.f die Swwaaae Btrer' of learning the healthfulness of its State of Florida. S de23-4t A.JEBN10AK. States S JalyATTORNCT ,
/ which Bonds aIleD U guaraateed aDd provided aadtb and inteUigeae fit tile On motion eorp) .Can Solicitor for ComDlainantitis RIES&c .
fur iathtaam*manner a* tho heraabefor *n- ia which morality it is located all commend i 5 T* the Old Settler of Florida.TULIUS EW1ip Pr3s' Comer.Bay.Camtwriaad-Sta.-.
4, Uoriiail.VfriVf*, T1 mil B mils slutT ant isM ] of of the State Order)*, ThU a hear t of the fact charged to E. MEIERS,late oldie General Land COCNSELLOB LAW. sills &*** *.SJCWSL tr
*=ia payaMat for work done sod theo order patronage ot UIe Board"tbepeople. aid Bill of Complaint had at a term of thi J Office and Pension Office Washington D,C, S S
.r.-u LAWTON
By M. & CO
l ,oaly .8.ert yrogreaaov upon tbeeerufioaterf Wit JT.KEITH gee'y Court to be hoMea at Jacksoarina to the eonaty will attend promptly to aU claims aDder the Flori < S
ih* Mer that Rda work laM been of Devil oath* first Monday of February next, daMmed Occupation Asts of 1842 and 1843. Par- WILL attend to any ptofsssisasl 'businesa aa. FACTORSAStlrCQXXI3SIOH -
doa* sad that te aatonat Bofid tosuedisrefiaatl. ohall these Boot Displace r sad that said Defendant do appu.raad plead an- ion were ettlers under the said Act of 1842- to him to the Coortsof fhe Eastera MERCHAJTT,. S

; 1DreI-pa CheMJr.. E UNDERSIGNED bar opened. mice demur toll Bill of Complaint,on or before sad having eoaap1W wfaatha re ulremeat thereof Circuit and the Saprema Courts at TsHshsms.Ha JTo. 13 &xtt&mi WAmji .
.; 84 st/eMA nedd ftaiJl Ul per- ; fer the manafaeUr of BOOTS aad said day,wdeerye will tbereapoa pass in the .har 80&received the PATENTS their lands has also noah aa adraatagaaaa etio. with Ch8C. -
baaiwBikucbarge.of lotomotir oagme, ,on the ooraer of Newnaa and 1'. seam maaaaras tf th*said Defendant ha appeared -cue bar them obtained attended toy tie sub an able Lawyer Washington City aswiDeosare .:. .wfaa\S [S ,Wai. MTaTlor,:
cr aetag aa Coadactor 01'Sapenateadoat of a Car next door&e atore tormsrty occupied and collection of seek elaima as SJilyl
and was present ia -. eriber. Also claims prosecuted for PENSIONS a prom$ speedy \TaiaritW B.rpt1 T..
-TIBIB of Car or a* lbs car _traia a*a.brakasaaor howelL They havsr.osivedansw asp. 'II "fwifW' & CourtThat a copy ;of the BOUNTY LAND SCBIPT.BACK PAT *,A*, may be placed ia his hands against. the Caited 11'
{ jssaDloyed to attoad the witobea.. cbaia suit toth* aid rtylatf Sa State Jaly-8 S
jaallty above Ord* b*published some pubbe awwspa- oa Ih*most rsasoBsbls terms.
I IIriIIp-aipa1 sLstss OS-1 Railway this bar M doubt of pleasing tile iJ.k..J1stlni3tat forth ipsoe fit three : MALONE A TAYLOR, -
Ctoto. be iIIixieeledbrsliaU beoeemod frailty of .w*new ask to(ir* as a trUL par;&.tbs day. aPJtOba&ed for said alo mrrrxxxcxs.Boa. Smith & Bradford. LUMBER AND COlOflSSiaXCHAKTS xu" S
a avsrtaosaaosDV aad &5aatorJoaTiWajoB.Comm'r .
*noa ooBrieUoa before anY .\* MAZCBU. '.'tILA..YORW.AB.D, .tersrn Case U' ., / ATTqRNATLAWEOLICITBSI1I S 5 5
Cosrtoteasa.PetssIluisdictieu shall ba peakheibr 5
: ar.l&Coat cat the Bastes..st14as : .JUS'Coorur '
laa imartaosaaaal a* tb*AiMnboa of th* '. Je5isaettb &oll'lorl4a.' 0-1 JAM 0. PAsTaddyeasen .
1- CamrL, ...:.:. Beitf A14nf9d PiLIrJ tirIt..r '..- .rOurHBU
Islaat' C.ttosad_ So XI 4U.45JV'sevesass," .l.UJlJIBB. lUIl1fG1JU 4

.Marine Intelbgence, T-.a* tor Sale.- S -3CVrmmBhnrthBrof _18Gas.WaMii: is.V..C., WILL attoad. proarptr/aB_aotntU4m. 1AenI.tI.r S
'f I.4th..'elti- $Joha't-rfrer to them.. .K.T.BBOCK ftrtatphiar
Part af JactaoBTlUe. of JaeksoarSD .aad:TtoWty, that.. E> iBata KatolrJaaitestaathorirar,- Detract CeIIierBey f.r DUeaaed Haraea.cure. u.w7.U., I .wssenz, X.T.MCltUtPSOy,.. .
f _" tttodaytbrml aMi '.. ambiaoas asr aTMadraiyd gfty aer**,fire kua- THISicm Ja.r to Oftoa at lOtgatsc. I t tIee MN.wovifle. JulyS.if T.LIVCBXANJ'eP7sc
.' i S : ARRIVED. ofioa a*a KB5TAUBAKT,to a aarty sofirstrsu bammock Iud Z" jsflpagBesdB1gswY. Jar/T-ly S S

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J; Mr 1Ii1L TOTAL LETTERS_- PATEXT.. r __ :) teS5JiTti tSS. 2Dirtd .- ;OF' TUB DIVERE1'of &1'tth1c,COURTS, ,IH- HOTELS. .

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tD.POOP; \ J.,4 -- edst.Lnd ,I.., ,
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'JIaIJd. n R.V BjlP Co.' Marion 4tJa sto./ do April
; HABCOUKT BRADLEY A,CO;, GROCERIES,' PROVISIONS'WDJES. Alachua. lab do. do May tmvnxs MILTS situated ntox TUX IT.JOHXS irrxi'

44 rktt-S"Manchester..principal SEQARS.AS ARTIST.. ,, Columbia, 21 cia do May BLACK aear
KetfwbNtat '102 FFoorf-JSfwf, C1u4p- Corner Nwnan Forsytarstreets.. GRAVES Nassau Wednesdy-befor 4UiMoeday In N.yDual CREEK.
tidt Xmuba Eglmd. American JEss .. M. W. 4th do' doMay THE HOUSE U a very commodiotu ooe,

a unfa, 38 **.:$ 102 Itouau-Strttt. Iftwrpua L.CAPELL&- Rooms, Forajth-Strett St.Jonas' 24 ,do iaJane ctzi accommodate forty or fifty

-I r. lL& III GROCERIES,PROVISIONS. ,,FRUITS,4c.T Da. FRAME, VAIL TTMf. perseo Itis located oa ft TIae Cnek

I Hydronxagen valuablediscovery ftrJL Ea.an R oms or<-Bisbee .t Canora's Store, Orange and St.Lacie, 3d Tuesday. befor the 1st aboaa with FISH,and the nnou.IJac..tr
protecting the feet from damp .otI4.sdI Monday November.' teeme with 9A.JlE, al'ordiD "
----- C. MYERS, Bay-Slntt. I Ie'SPORTS..1JEN.
therefore prevenutivo-rf'many Lag diseases iua PROVISWNS &c Pataasa Last Tuesday before the 1st Monday In

_____t w&aeuf mv elostorfarejfcofcw. Tit*HydromagenI GROCERIES, JEWELRY. i November. Sopafaf wfllb*spared to thaN who ft.
i It h tU lorn of a soU and wen inside the boot or Newnan-Street. C.'D.OAK Sumter 4th Monday 1 b KowmWr. Tor him with a can emfortabl and hstrnvi
ho*. IU medicated character to-* rnrerh1uU- J. SANTO, Goods Marion lit do ia December. BORSES and CARRIAGEs win brsJ1
dote te disease.Tor 1 FRUITS GROCERIES PROVISIONS, Clocks, TTatchee .Jewelry, Fancy ,. AJacba 24 d* to December. to ocsmy TraveUsrs the Interior.MAGNOLU .
Gentlemen wffl W found agreeable warms Stmt.'J. Cutlery, Acs Bay-Stre CoI_.' 3d do in December.St. .
MaJtII,.to wear m.1M ooIdnt or rainiest weather Bay WM. GROTHE Johns let do ia November.

c .tM footeaimotbe 1I'M tbaHydresaagsatsbeortod. .B.D. IIANHAH, Watch-maker and Jeweler, Thresh. 3d do Ia November. HOUSE.
Ladies wealth* ligMeet eoledoc4s ,
> CY shoes m.Ihe-.inclement weather with Pott-offU Building,
c impunity while Consumption so prevalent amontUywmg BLINDS 4'DOORS, SON, name TIB*. TillS estaWUhment has been tborarbUv rene.

of our country, may tbxarted bthetrreaonl -. -- ..: BayStrtd.MERCHANDISE.. Dealers i i.and Manufacturers of Guas Pia- Madison 3d Monday in ApriL during th* past summer_panted
L Adoption. Tkey entirely stpereecbewsr tols, &c., Day-Street. Jefferson, 2d do ia ApriL throughout cleaned ie. and fa nav ready for
Families lavaDds
as the latter cause t**feet to perspireIk TTakulla. 1st do ApriL Transient Bostders.T Fr
eat besides are nodaagereas niSBEE & CAN.OVA, LIVERY STABLE, do la the future Mrs.STOLL will have th*.
a uabeafcay saaaoer I x.3d ApriL nMriaUsW
: vory wear topedestriaas ta, icy weather,likttdiarabbor. The "Buffington House DEALERS IN DRY GOODS. GROCERIES Dy C. Bliss, at Bnffiington Iloase. Qadsde, lit do March. deftM. Kn.DAVIS.her pnd8ClllOr;.be,

p While the Utter cause the-feet to AND PRO VISIO'SCommiselon Hamilton 4th da In ApriL thanks for the liberal patreoag heretofet*received
appear mn-a,1arJe.the Hydromagea, being and Forwarding Wharf or NOTARIES ,regrets parting with old ueota a*eo aeeoaat
VAIL TXRX.Madisoon
I .Men ibis die ef endt psepared, peculiarly pinI ackson.V'1ne F1.orida. Savannah 8teamen.llbySlred. F. C. BARRETT, 3d Monday November. of family duties and solicits a costInaae of put
I oed batde does not increase the sue of the boat or Notary Public also Commissioner for Jefferson,2d do in November. favor aader the present management. The pre.prUtor .
To Children they win as* exertion with
1 the foot to appear untidy. Tins well known HOUSE situated the of Ncwnai BURTON A GRAVES several States. Wakalla, 1st do in November. every
are extremely valuable U ther nay oogare m on corner of the present hostess to give general satisOcttesv
aad effect Their Successors of ILTlmsnas O.ffl.at Sujlngtm Haute. Leon, 3d. do in October No debt ar IlabSititf will b* *
healthy fai
.n.with Post Office and byth.proprl.-
and.Adams streets within few rods of 1st c inOeteb.e.flamutoo,4tk
expense Is eosKcai as to scarce need mention; be- DRY GOODS tor unless hit written or verbal order. Th hoar*
idea thaw who patronise them will find their year. near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the Ac, Notary Public. do inNeve****, is desirably situated the

yd.ctor'bili wtuctidimMthed thereby.At jli'Zot&y.8tred.U. Office at Bvffinglan Haute. STATS COUIT-Southern CfrtwtJ.sraixa Room airy clean, and neatness Itself
: tha Hydromagea b.ooeaieinon1nown, it* Churches, has just received a new COAT, and has been renovated 1'1". tarnished handsomely,-.ntnlngwanting '

_II taereasing to .an. almost incredible tztea I from to bottom with convenience is now in, 'perfect .E. HOLMES BANK AGENCIES.A. in .
top every GROCERIES PROVIsions Levy 4th Monday March
Bail reac Ia leaden, Manchester, Birmingham, DRY GOODS, Being entirely built of wood which renders It
WverpooL Glasgow Leeds Dublin,Part*,Antwerp, order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an ex Crockery Hardware, Boots M. REED Hernando lit 2d Monday In April ka fre*from ih. p esB. Th rooms connected by FoU
BasabargV mad BurUa,oar lalei reached 1,732 Clothing &C. &. of the Dank of Charleston. nnisborongh Monday Apsil ding doors which Fis. and blinds
otherin and Shoes, Agent pateee to windows
-. 4&0 pairs of corks Sole, This year the Dumber perienced Housekeeper, and shall not be surpassed by any BayStreet.H. OceanStreet.J. Monroe lit Monday& opening through to tbe Piazza which affords a de

will far surpass thai. this climate. The Proprietor has determined that his exer TALL ... lightful promenade of 300 fed and protects the
Ask the Faculty their opinion of t.beV'Tala aipmoatatlvo E. W. CLARK, W. BRYANT Levy 2d Mmdry' October boas from rain,cold winds,Aft,aad forms a desirable .
4 fer.Caeca, Gous BKOMEITU, tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVIsions Agent or the Bank ol'Fairi, S. C. Hernaado, 3d Monday in October. Retreat from confinement at all seasons of th*

jsmsu.'and Co rruwe. shall be without to trouble I and general Merchandise.BayStreet. Qfflci in Holmes JC&u-j ffay-StrtiL Hillsboroagh lit Monday in Novembesx year. TIle House!u situated in a central pocitiea
Mtx'a So*,pfc pair 35 CEVTS. regard or expense.A Monroe, lit da. in D.cemb.STATzCoraTW.&eTn. facing th* South and retired from.other house*.
L.i.niie.do. do 30 do. LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good Circuit I It contains 43 rooms and conveniences ia cea.taI.
2S do. Jacksonville
% Don'Mlssas'do AMMERMAN Foundry It I and for aecommadaUon cannot be
L. II. surpassed
IToTtCE. -Fran the Retail Prices we make Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, -tk raise Team. I dec.23-2a B. E. CAJUL1PiJibA2IU

_wary that liberal sy storekeeper alUwsnce to may Jobbersaad make Wholesalers fine profit on, soon after the arrival ofthe Savannah and Charleston boats. hate Caps, Boots, Shoes, Ac.Ifolme ( ASDTACHINE WORKS. Calhoun Franklin 4t1a 2d Monday do in in ApriL ApriL t1MJiJl

their tale while they are an article thay may beAept Oct. 21 1854 6m S. BUFFINGTON. t Row Bay-Street. Jackson lit do in May. ,
in any stec v among any class ef goods, s.N.WILLIAMS, T ilE Subscribers having made sztensiva ud< Washington 3d do in May. P ALA TKA E. FLA.
For terms apply to %* Republican copy GROCERIES AND PRO- valuable improvements in their establishment Holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday ia May. THIS new and pleasant :.receatl-
iKfcCWRT BRADLEY A CO in for th* accommodation
,, are now prepared to furnish Walton,4th Monday May. up theTift,
I, 33 Ala Street NewYork.CUB6T. VISIOXS.-Bay-Stnet Steam Engines,of any required power,from Santa Rosa lit Monday in June.Escambiav veling Public, and unsurpassed by any one hitherto
WATCHES JEWELRY SILVER WAREAND G.IK SMITH, 1 to 100 horns; I 2d do in June. established is now open fov tie reception of

: Tift'IRE COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC. Saw Mills; TALL n... Boarders superintended by Mrs. 11. Zawadikr

C MR ASTL.EY COOPER DART. JI.D. TIOXEER. I I1101111e' Sugar Mills$ Franklin, let Monday in Eecembe whose earnest tare will b* to pleas all and every
none Powers? Calboua, Thursday after 4thaCoaday fovtmber. one who will eall in. Th pobfie U
the.eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a .Row, BoyStrtet.AMULER I Grist Millsand patamege ra-
to the world In his Jackson 2d Monday in November. ctfally IOlieited.So GLLXSK1.
valaable legacy Goods. AHOEG, all other machinery used in this country. Washington, Tuesday aOtr bt Moadaf b 2for. sep 23-6m
Great PrevenUtlre Consumption, Fancy
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Iron and Brass Castings. Holmes 1st Monday b NDnmhr.

TJNFAILINJCr CURE LID FOR PULMONARY &c., UAV. W Steamboat, Saw Milt and other repairing, Walton 4th do October. Wi2Aa ltU8iJ. ii i'B
0GEORGE BaySt.PARKHURST at short notice. Santa Rosa 3d do b October.
DISEASES FLAGG OgT All machinery purchased from us will be Escambia,2ti do p October. CHARLESTON, .. C.

without the use of Jledcine.8irLCD&rtInventodsnddVi3edthee. & ADAMS tc., Ac. put in operation in any part of the &tate, b;, UBITZO STATES DISTRICT COVRT. kTUE Undersigned would respectfully !aI -
competent macbinistB when desired and. upon form his
friends and the Public that
Jack.son.V"fi1 Eas1 I'1crid.zt generally,
ofthe Near It. W. Biggs A Co.'s Foundry, reasonable terms.Dra.iap Northern District. he has leased that extensive and well known

MEDICATED CUESTPROTECTORrr0 WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that Bay-Street. and. Estimates rurni.med, without Tallahassee, 1st Monday January. tablishment the PLANTERS HOTEL and es i*

all persons of all ages and oonditons as a he has again opened at his old stand G. C. COSTA, charge. MOONEY A GOOKIN, Apalachicola 1st do b February. now ready for the reception of visitors. Its eligible -
certain and a safe shield against consumption FRUITS CONFECTIONARY AND .In-!.. fl-tf' Founders and Machinuts. Pennacola lit do b March.St. location, being convenient to all the bnsiaec
Bronchitis Asthma Cough, Cold and other afflic- SUMERS' BLOCK .Augustine 1st do b ApriL localities, win commend it to those who visit the
doss of the Longs which arise from the exposed with a large and well selected stock of FLORIDA Southern District. city on business and no exertions or expense win
and the Corner Ocean Street Y Tw W. BIGGS & E
tofathian Bay Con
tau ontiaaal of the changes chest of according oar climate.Tb WA'4' ii J Wli2W, i bV B WAmm L. M. FULSOM.FUIL' JaritontOU Fla. Admiralty Court sits at.Key West; always b ses- fort be spared and convenience by the Proprietor of his guests to promote, and reader the com his

Protector"simply a chemically prepared! ANDPANOY ARE now prepared to execute prom pUp orders house, in every, worthy the public
with silk and which suspended \TURE, SASH, BLINDS DOORS. Steam Saw Mills Mills patronage
far, lined padded, Engines, Sugar and support lie is pleased to add that he baa
frost.the neck cored the chest in so agreeable a GOODEIto Over IL& UolmtJ Store, Bayst.PI1GNIX and Pans Grist Mills, Horse-Powers, lisaand LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. secured the service Book
as keeper of Mr.J.W.
ser that one*worn, it becomes a neccttily and which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the Brass Castings, and every variety or SbehJBory. G.rnorIAYES E.BROOMS. Lamkin so long and favorably known, to the Ira-

%comfort."The New York Manufacturers. I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as RESTAURANTS. Casting Forging and Blacksmith Work Saw Mill, Secretary of State, F.L. Y.LU.1PIGUE. veiling community of this and the adjacent State.
Protector" although but recently introda regards style and price that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. I Steamboat, and other repairing. Comptroller, T.W. BUY A.RD. Jail 8-3m G.W. B011AL
oed late America making rapid progress throng! Among assortment be found RESTURANT AND BILLIARD I ThaI will eontinite the manufacture and keep] Treasurer,C. 1LACSTIN.
be CoiLed States the Canadss South America, my may SALOON, constantly on hand,their variety of Plows, Timber: Attorney General M. D.PAPY. MAGNOLIA HOTEL
and the West Indies. It has for a long time WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do, NAPKIN By Paul B. Canova, Newnaa-St. Carts, Chains, Ac., to which they respectfully invi Supreme Court Judges. ,
been a staple article in England and on the conti- LEVERS RINGS, CHILDREN'S SEllS, Ac, .. *.patronage. July 8-ly Thomas BdtseO, Chief Justice, Talahassee. On the St.Johns Rlrtr
of while it has in many countries FINE GOLB PATENT ,(full jeweled,) C. II. Assosiate Justice
MD& Europe, grown Dnpont Qnincy.
M DETACHED M Constantly on hand and made to order from pure BLACKWOOD Co.'s RESTAURANT'BayStreet. Jacksonville Blaclumlthlng, UNDER CHARGE OF CAPT. 0. J. It'aaT.
to the position of an article of dress. and warranted Thomas Douglas Associate Justice, Jacksonville
To demonstrate these facts eoa nire of any En- LAPINES, eO&Jt. LID Circuit 4ndgea. is s>aew Home,recently opened for the a*.

glib resident in your vicinity his knowledge ofhe (with without hunting casoss) CUTLERY. E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT MACHINE SHOP, Western, X JIin>*y, Marrianna. JL com dAtion Boaijders and visitors from tha>
beneficial effect of wearing the Protector, SILVER PATENT LEVERS do. do. Newnan-Street. At the former Stand of Sedgvick. Middle .1. W. Baker, Tallahassee. North dttsusg the enjneing aad/atar*seasons.
DETACHED do. do.LAPINES. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo.Wosten- It is staated immedUtel tha
kind. The on
TODoerousaof Jphn'sBiwv.
uoocasx V. A. Palatka. .
wmovT Eastern Forward
of all kinds Timber Carriages
17URNIS11ES Ploughs -
sort of wearing these articles is a mere trifle, and do. do. holm A Son consiting of TAnACCO IST. Carts, Chains for Mills, Mill work of Southern Thomas E.King, Key West. aboil 25 miles from Jackw.jjle and a short diswtaace
who values the From good makers which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES SHEARS from the mouth Black Creek and
will last some years. No one SCISSORS all kinds, Sugar Mills Ac.J Solicitors ofthe Circuits. is most
health of himself or his family will b* withoat good time keepers. RAZORS "0. F. S. IIERNAJKDEZ, TarticaUr attention paid to Steam Boat and Western James M.Landrnm Milton favorably located and conveniently flied ap for tie

*ea. The Hospitals ia this country are not alone JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS. Saw Mill reparing. heelwrighting done at shortest ]Middle Sam'l B.Stephens Quincy, the purgos*mentioned. Arrangements are made fe*
Beeonunending them bat rapidly introducing them. JYinrnan-Sf.,above Bu.ffingtMllIolUe. notice. fff All orders left at the store of S. Eastern, James M.Baker, Alligator. accommodation of sixty boarders and alruir.Dum.roU
Uaroonrt Bradly A Co,of London and Manchester Consissing of Such as CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS N. Williams will be promptly attended to.augl&tf Southern Henry D. drick Tampa, v itorvh v*availed'* themselves of a ]*i
England were originally entrusted with the GOLD GUARDS PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND LA 1Y. J. A. FARitAR. County Officers. at the"aagnolia. The House isconveaienl
*anafactre of the Protectors by the lamented CUATELAINS, LOCKETS BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, (First name, Judge of Probate; second name,Clerkof to a one Mineral Spring, snd boats and poasys are
Dr.Cooper,and continue to manufacture according PENCILS, CROSSES KEYS, SEALS PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEL CA- B. : PEARSON, To the I'u.11io. Circuit Court third name,Sheriff;fourth name- kept fcs tfe pwpoM going thithec. The pwprje.
W JU...iUfa.t -" and thercnr renom." DIAMON RINGS,, REGARD Do SES, ROSEWOOD WORK ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. whenever it oocars-Tax Assessor and Collector.) tor respectfully invites strangers aDd citizens t*,
.end those who would wear"The Protectors, to UULU AND COLLOR ri.r Ji1 BOXES, rOBTABbSWRITIFG Office opposite thv Court Iloase. THE tXDE1 5IQK D, successors to DURT Counties. Officers. Post Office. "droD in" or sojourn at the Magnolia House ia win,.
S 0S to their being genuine.RcMiasca DESKS/ Ka 3,Holmes' Building have in EScambia Charles M.Jordan Pensacola.F. terorsummerandthus afford him an oppoHnit*
raisuABTixix AKTICLX ASDKO STUDS, CUFF PINS nSGs. RETICULES, FANS, COMBS FELIX LIVINGSTON tore and for sale. E. De *, devoting that atteatx to tlh U corner WhICh ii

RETAIL PRICES. CUILDREXS' Office in the Court House. Santa Rosa John Chain Milton. much pleasure to manifest.
GIST'S 'Iso..ch July 7 J. A.
I!' do. - 1,00 do. CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS, Ac. Together with various other articles toe numerous MCO.UEEN McINTOSh Tonnsting of Dry Goads Groceries, Provision, Isaiah Cobb,jr. II

Bon' ") do. - 75 do. SILVER WARE.tonientios.. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware, Walton, Daniel .McLeod Enfhtoaaaa.fvrroGi&rdo.. Oran SPr1ng

UABCOUKT,BRADLEY A COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES,and JEWELRY, Office on Bay-St. Mr. Ochus' House. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, and a Giles Bowers If. HOTEl
38 An Street A 102 Nassau Street, repairtd and tear-ranted at the ihort- II ,
FORKS TABLE DESSERT AND TEA thoroughly large assortment of Books and Stationery, and all Niell C.Mnnroe,
... SPOONS. public are informed that V
? York, c.s. the above Het
[oct28-ly other Mticles suited to the trade to which holmes, A. ILBrownell .
102 Wood Street Cheaptide, SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do, ; they been leased from Dr. DAB&UI and .
rlnc1pa1Warebouae, ATTORNEY AT LAW
M. II. '
Invite the attention of the public, and ask them to Stanley
44 Market Street Man paintt trill 6*spared to render the time
j ,uton, JUnufactory. R. B. If agreeable,
Office on Ocean-St. call and examine their stock before purchasing, Goddcn and to give MIl
adi to all
foster, England.H. elsewhere flatter themselves that they Washington Washington Tsjsor Ternon.Tackson who may favor m*
as they
with a can. A
establishing Depots for the sale new Bathing house has been
The B.A Protector"Co are in all parts of America. Physicians New Goods New Goods P. FRASER. can prod sell..M low as any one else, for cash or country John WorthIngton A.Tabor.&I". ted at the Spring for the aceommodatioa of thee-
Surgeons. Druggist, Clothiers,Dry Goods i B. may desire to bath in one thejCiusf Suhluto. .
T. II. BUHTOJT | M. W. GRAVES RonlLac 1t.ariazu.lohn
.rebaDta,llaUen andMilhners,also GeuLI.men'sZiruishing Office on Forsyth-St. W. Spring in the Country. Th location q remarkable ,
Store-Keepers entrusted with the pi?" X. n -M.TT.GBAVZS would respectfully James Pooser,. '* for health not turpatttdiu the Stat*. Bean-
; wholesale and retail distribution of them and to AMBLER & HOEG .1. P. SANDERSON.ATTORNEY inform the public that he still continues the Jesse SL Griffin Ciai*. It. tiful high pine lands free from the aaoyaac of m-

whom liberal terms ar*offered for their enterprise, AT LAW, DAGUERREAN BUSINESS Bliss sects erpecialry. Aloxpritoe Can accommodat
mad a splendid opportunity opens to them for safe Hare just received their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting ofEOIESES For ylh Street. one door west of Dr.II.D. Holland's residence. Calhoun James llrach U.Parker Aspen."Gqare one httakei persons only 25 miles from ilstka.

md profitable business.Xor : : F.J. WHEATON. Jacksonville, July, JSM.Cheap Thomas J. Land, <* J. J.DICKISOS, Proprietary.
: Hi : .pt.28, 1S54-fiL
terms apply to FSSHSaiS Fkanklfe Thomas J. .
BRADLEY.* CO : ATTORNEY AT LAW. Eppes, &palactla.
38 Ana Street, Kew-York.U.8. CORN FLOUR BACON PORK. HAMS BUTTER. LARD, 4-C. fC. Jacksonville. Storo. C.Samuel W.Spencer, U. MAGNOLIA HOT/S.,
HENRY E. IV. Thirpen
With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. CLARK, JaeitmriUe Florida
A Warning.fy '. G. W. CALL Bay Street.T"UE Gadsden E. C. Lova, Q.ui. I t THE SUBSCRIBER has just eempteted tee

Delay not;harbor not ia lOur mind tha Dry Goods ATTONEY AND COUNCELLOR. Subscriber has received a large and elegant 8.R.C.B. Love Lester, d ,.u above House fitting U 9p b the meet com

ftwtoaefrof fools' philosophy, that a ditto will R Office an Bay-St "J. assortment of GOODS,different kinds, se- lames L Smith IL '.fortable style and wJB uae every exertioa to please
emred of lUeH or that you can care it with eerIaia tleoed by himself and particularly adapted to the Leon D. W. Cwyan u. all that may favor him with their patronage.
get medidaes for a few dollars Beware bow you Of PRINTS, a large and well assorted stock, R. DORMAN.ATTORNEY wants of this section of the country lie respectully i IL Archer,jr., Particular attention paid to Invalids
AT LAW. invites a eaU from his old customers and the 4. COT.
Linens ><
tamper with your general welfare. Ginghams, Sheeting, Bonnet Ribbons, Office on BaySt.PUY8ICIANS. public generally. His stock consists 1*part of 1.c.De>t1., It Corner Ocean aDd Monroe-streets.

Te wild end vicious youths why will you persist DeLains, Shirting, Crash, Taffetas, } STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,GROCERIES WaknJIa, George filler, New Port.T. Jacksonville.July a 1854, > u
la dosing with the filthy nauseating compounds daily ,HARDWARE,CUTLERY.WOOD AND .J Richard. Good Stabling ft UODII45
proffered thereby Impairing your appeUe and Alpacas, Osnaburgs, Hosiery, Florence Silks, CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND No 9.W.Walter, "
cigestioa, and destroying you mentally as well as Cashmeres Dress TrimmingHandkerchiefs Collars II.HOLLAND, SHOES,HATS AND CAPS,FANCY Noah Poesy, '. 810. ltferebADt..llotel Sl.CO.
physically whea yea can be cared with a few dowe Lady's Office on Newnan Street.A. ARTICLES MUSICAL IXSTBUMENTS, 1.If.lIOD T.J.Chase, tUo. Charleston S. C.

pleasant medicines Iywoazethusannoyedsn&wiabt0 Blankets, &c., &c. PElU'UMERY..te. Ac, .. James Tucker 5 axDccrip* ix ratCKiuCTnBnndersJgned
b* restored S. BALDWIN, Alt ofthabo Goods will be sold on aa good Joel Walker.II having leased i)&!\

to heath sad vigor by ft treatment at once I CLOTH 1MG.A Office on Bay-Street. terms as at any house in this city. James D.Mor.4s, II hug public a share of ,solicit from the travel
should consult Dr. MOR- patronage. Board
and effectual Jl,5
pleasant 22 Madison A.McDonald
july II E.W.CLARK. Madison c.B.
JUS. His saecess ia chronic diseases has been fine assortment otVESTS, fine COATS, BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and SACKSTEES, OVERCOATS S.R.Sessions} I' per dpay j single dinner 50 eta.only.

greater thaa that of any other physician of his day SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS DRAWERS COLLARS, CKAVATS, STOCKS ko.WrW. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. CHARLES DcWALL. T.V.Anderson U Wy 8-6m JAMES M. HERST.

itaay who aav.baen for years afflicted with dis- APOTUECARY HALL. .AfCK .
.I t.F A Ua.rz01\r .1 .I CHARLESTON HOTEL
.or aoftssqaenofs reeaUan frota exMss, have DRUGS MEDICINESPERFUMERYAc. j Hamilton H.J.Stewart, Jasper, ,
been restored to health and vigor under his really Jacksonville. Fla. D. MIXER,
treatment TUBS Cedar and painted, BUCKETS, MEASURES; KEELERS, covered FLOUR and SUGAR McMillen, Bay-Street .IOhAFIisk, 'a Comer Meeting aDd nay Stntav
adeotine Interview b DOXE AXE HELVES WASH BOARDS MARKET BASKETS,&.cL SALES in any part of the County attnded tee James H.Hendry, II julyS Ch4rlulmt..S.C./ '
Shoald a personal respectfully solicited. Jerry B.Smith, II itMILLSUOTJSg
gUt roar disease ia writing-eacloM fir. dollar lI&aWiJ & li&Jl8 SAW MILLS. Goods sent to the subscriber on commission eithr Calombia, GeorgeS.Herbert, ADgator. ,
_ftddnai Dr.W.U.MORRIS through the Postfler EMPIRE MILLLS. for private or auction disposal will be quickly 8.Scarborough II THOSAS S. NICKEBSOX

Savannah, Oa,be aada seat package-of medicines and with A large and complete assortment of all kind*. Perkly, Parkhurst, & Co., JacksonTille.MECKLENBERGH attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The Reuben Ilogans II Corner os Meeting and Queen. Street, .,
ap.m privately
eoarely pat 4Macbus
Subscribe has been known ia this community for W.A.Sheffield :nly8 CAaTLCstsICS.C.
despatch,fall of.directions therewith and no ques- ag&ff@ MILLS. a number of yean as Auctioneer and otherwise.le .- A.M.Casio; Kswnsnsrille.Jacksonville. '" a
Blackwood A Taylor, Jacksonville. offers na recommendations, but desires that in. X. Youngblooi II PAVILION hOTEL
P.reNfltagM a distance afflicted with Soro- BRUSHES SOAPS PERFUMERY COLOGNES &C. &C. niries should be made concerning himself of any C.1.Wilson, U H. L. BUTTEKFIELD,
iala OU Clears Tatter Cancers Piles Fistula in CAROLINA MILLS commercial house at the place of his readance. Duval Felix Lid Comer of Meetin,uct n
Aft Gravel Strictures.Gleets or any disease whatever flfl1EKERL1 Kelly & Co., Jacksonvill"FLORIDA Since the fire he has located his store oa Forsyth George.Sons' '1. Il3ch4.etn.sC. If
of aa aggravated or malignant character can street en the burnt district where his Auction bu Vriah Bowden, It
fce eared at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS by The largest assortment that has been offered b this market consisting of common ware, white MILLS. line is also at present conducted, and where he John D.MeKblay, II NEW
Mtor post paid aaelpsiaf a fee. Granite, Malbery and Marble sells, Glassware, Preserve and Fruit Dishes all styles and qualities of Fairbanks & C MedVnaai rltfrrt*ml safe TH H seat per mail ramblers, Goblets Wine Glasses Fluid and Oil Lamps Candlesticks Lanterns Jugs,Jars,Spittoons FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Mais.

'to ay part of th*Caited State HARDWARE. PALMETTO MILLS.II. For Cash and Country Produce. Nassau, C.C.Bessent a. Holmes, _

ParttMUrftHcatteagivefttothetreatmeatoffe.als Sollee Jaeksbnville.PHOZXLX 8-tf CHARLES A.J.Braddoek II
jnly DaWALL 100 Jr'Gfl Strsst.N.Y.'TXTII.L ,
) .. Ladies who may b* afflicted Selected expressly to supply the peculiar demands of this market goods for building and Mill D. UigginboUaro. II

:with XmgalariUe non Albas or Wai**, Pro- purposes, Carpenters' tools,Ac, Ae. MILLS. HOi.i.HMDSJCKS. JAMES H.CUSS. SL John's, Gad Iluapbrsys StAttgrnttineQeafe. VV low particular IHne attentiootossjefy.,
Uteri or Failing of the Womb, would do F.C. a' lumber Live Oakland
apsas Stephens k Foster JacksonTille. To Planters and Lumbermen. Humphreys,
Well I*lay aside all false deleeacy, and promptly WINES & LIQUORS. Jacob Mickler a'Putnam other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE,aad

ofttatt lbs Doctor. Curse warranted.QT FINE OLD BRANDY HOLLAND GIN and BOURBON WHISKEY bottled. Do.b casks. CLIFTON MILLS. rpHE k. for undersigned the having of formed aeopartnership W.W.TumbtiD .. to order for purchasing MJIRCHANDISB..
AH Utters to receive attention mast be ALE PORTER CHAMPAIGNE CIEDR, Ae, Ao. Taylor Richardson &'Co. JacksonTille. purpose transacting aGeneralMerclw.ntBusiness Stanislaus Glmski, U July7-tf
"VMtpaid eaolosmg a Address Dr. W. U. THE SUBSCRIBERS may be found for the present in the new budding erected for temporary at 'Nathan.Jforton, S. lie ,Kockenbaugh
fcOTRLf, Savaimah Geo.y eothsit.ctheoldst.anddestroyedbyfre. They hope to open the year 1855 la the large aad SPRINGFIELD MILLS. MAGNOLIA, E. F, Marion[ John Mclntosh, ,
| Consulting Rooms If*88 Bryan street opmeaito elegant store corner Ocean and Bay streets which is now in course of erection._ dee 2-tf E. A. DtCOTTES JacksoniUle. would respeotf call the attention of aO who are Robert Bullock u CKNUAl
Moausseitt gqaara Jaly-Jyta desirous of purchasing cheaply to.their large and 8.Helveston. 5J. COMMISSION MERCHANT.

UM dremlt OMU of Ptoa Comnty Apo'theoarv'r.nU NEW SKYLIGHT MOODY'S MILLS.P. well selected Stock consisting in part of .B.Willis u U2Pcllfi Slr. N. T. _
Eastern Oreo of Plarlda.. Dry Goods Groceries Qaeensware. Levy, D.'A.Morga, rTacassassa.Tawpa. CARE1'UL sWeationwiU be given to sales ef
Moody,JacksonTille.BELLECHASSE BaY Caps QrockeryanaGIasswara, JohnR.hjatcher. It Rice Sugar Lumber' 'l'Iaber.'an4;
C AnUoay Robins Executor of th* last Win and S Tea Depository H autraan ( nIItry! & FINEGAN'S MILLS Boots and Shoe, Drugs Medicines, Robert WaUerston II other Southern Produce.. Also Merchandise.purchased -.

Testament of Conrad TaaDohleo, UUofsaidOoaaty Iron Nails, Paint Oils illsboronjh, Simon Turman on most advantageous terms._. JulyS-tf
,deced,ComplsinsntJt Removed t. the New Store In Holmes Sabsoriberbegs leave to bforatthe citizens Bellechasse & Finegan, JacksonTille. Hardware and Cutlery Window Glass. M. eR1U. .z -_
A-Va Dohlen and others the Heirs and Creditor Building. opposite Dr. Baldwin'sOffice TUB .Ja and its .vicinity that he still Particular attention paid to the Provision Buglers. K.T. .ick- ,It lloa ii Co'a Patent.aroond Sawa..
!of said Estate Defendants. JacUoayllle."t continues to keep open his REED & HOLMES'S MILLS. Hay, Born Mess Pork Flour, Bacon*Fish Heraa&ds Joseph M-Tajlw, De Boto. T lIE Subscribers manufacturefrom tha.best
THnE b kept constantly hand large and ij v Cast SteeL CIRCULAR SAWS,"from tw.
Reed A Holmes Jacksonville. Molasses Sugar constantly hand in large W.M.Oarrlsoa II
TOT ROBI58 quanIties.
A Executor aforesaid vv w.Uselactedsasodaeatot' NEW SKYLIGHT GALtERY, & be&M to eighty inches b diameter. Their Saws
J\. having lied his Bill os th* Chancery side of DKVQI AID CKBBCAL8, on Forsyth Stre t,'eeooad door west of Dr.hIolnd's MAYPORT MILLS. Produce of all kinds purchased. Charles Eo 1.Selph McMinn, u I. are hardened and tempered, and are ground aa4
this Ooart laggesUae th*probable of -
lib iasolvraey Always reoeived by'the latest. arrivals warranted residence\ AU are invited to call before making purchases fonree Becjamb finished by machinery designed expressly for tha.
aid Xstato t Ordered That afl Hoeg & Parsons SaWyer, Xey West.
person having fresh and genuine. Also Where bo ia prepared to take pictures b a manner Isewhere. purpose and are,therefore much superior to taoe*
; M
.against the saM Estate, as Creditors or ottrwM not surpassed by any.w He baa Mayport Dnval County Fla. PeterCruso b the usual
Brushes spared no ex. N.B.-A large assortment Negro Goods such Clark 'a ground manaer, aa they are strength.eacd .
file their said claims rrfumery, Combs Soaps Bobert ,
with th '
derk of penH In fitting his Booms' sad stiffened by increasing them b
up having splendid .. thickness
II Coast in ea4 for the saidosaatyof Lamps Banting Fluid, &. PANAMA MILLS. as Kerseys Blankets < Samuel Young u .
Putaasa reception room for ladles fitted ap b neat and 8-tf regularly from tbe cutting edge to.the eeatre oca
oa*r before th*tweaty.flttbkyethnoary. AJ whlchwIne.aadlowforessb: tasteful style bealieslds large fine .E. R. Gilchrist, Panama, Dora County.; Orange. Algernon 8.Speer. :EaIerrlse., teqaently do not become heated or.buckled aad)
1SS& Aid that this aoUo be-published ,, Conatry orders solicited and punctually attended ,him to take-pictures b Sk1lifenabliD Poet office M JacksonTille. Arthur Gum produce great saving b timber.
newspaper*a this Clreait, ooeo a week, aatU thee to. l'hIeIsnl'pTescdptions put ap with careandderpatcL clear or cloudy veatber. He Agent. forthoCoaltry to New-York City. 'EliJah W.-' 'They also manufacture Cast Steel Mill Pi\aad
of said period.Qivs giving satisfaction to all wbeznay favor him with ST.JOHNS MILLS Th. advertiser is prepared to act as General Sunder,, W.C.Williams.IXCLLaa Ad4ue. Crass Cat Saws,and Billet Webs etssperiorqual.:

) adr nyhaad ChaotUn,.this nb*. 'r.1.t.' aealL He U thankful for past favors,'and hopes J.P. Sanderson & Ceo iusine 'and, Correspondent In New York, foe II ity, all of which they have for sale ,or they may
c Mftth dsy of Jsly L'D. 18S4.Sigaed Agent fat tho New York Pekb Tea Company to receive a continuance of.the same.' .Those who Poet om Jackaenrille. men and others in the interior, He win i 1.Crone a' bo obtained uf the principal Hardware *
,( ,] WILLloUI A. FOOWAKD, Teaof direct toportatloa,and flU varieties,from do not want pictures. are .respectfully Invited devote his whole time and attention to the purchase SolomoaHulL throughout United States and Canada.JL .
Jidgt f/tU Circuit urI/UUJSoatsni I'to 1 a. saa package. all warranted and at eaU and examtog his rocsae. aad specimens. NASSAU'1dILLS. > and sale of Fancy aad other Goods Books, TItB BOX A CO, .
CVcutf oJPZorUa.IEEBXBT extremely to*prices -- JalyS-tf M.W.GRAVES. rmU,Machinery, Maanfaeturar'a a&4 Ueochaa.ea 29 and 31 Gold Street.
Bellechasse *
: CIETIFT thatthaabovais a truSJMT |y Canntry Dealers supplied,*y order Nassau River.' Stock and Mat ..rlAls Philosophical Apparatus, .mmw: iiu ly PubUsbers o( newspapers wbowillbeerttatsadvertieeaeat <
of th*Or4r-.b.y offlea.Wmrasa tug arfflJiiyaejIrKTwIt** Cash Administrator** Notice. Post cffiw at Jacksonville.ORANGE : *ol Draw Patent and other Medidaes.Arriealtoral three times with this note and
head aad the Beat of offlo* at thCMrt aoetha after date,!wffl present Implamenta, Seeds,Stack Ao. .Collecdoos covrauuaStesm J
,aty myaeeounts forward ooat.&b -the
SIX us a paper same k
House ia raUatavtbto, 19Aday of July, A.18M. aaad. voaebers to the Hon.401f.Castoa Judgo MILLS. tads and suits '&', Information of all Saw Mill.Cent Mill,Shingle, pals kprlntbgmatorislshypurchszJngfueslb. .iJl

D &GLINSKI, JsJyS-tf also alwaya kept ca T. MCMILLANOlXsaoaste Probates b sad ftwAIaohna County and ask to A. IL Cole A Co.MAGNOLIA.MILLS.. _. Liadsfumtshsd with regard to persons.and places Lath and Flaming Machines ..a fit their bill for the acln
$.! 'CltrktfC. C.tfPutnem, be/dieeharged from the further admbistntloa of hara, Situations procured and guaranteed,for located at East. .end of,the dty an prepared. U New York April 23d, 1854 tel.J-3ta
from data,the aadersifned Umm.1aIrator. thoKsUteof William 8. fitaadtor.. late of said clerks .mechanlos professional men:aad:Ohen execute orders for '

r Collar sad Cravats. O ..UbI Estate of JoseptkYMght oVeeos county deceased T.G. Hendrick,MnollaFIaBURLINGTONMILLSr Mate and femslezop1oyers: engaged aad sent to LUMBER- SHINGLES. AND LATHS.- ;
:K.f X.LAXSDrGH 'Vos,4L 4A2.464 d'wtn present fteal aceoaats and voashers to Tflf.J.PEETAr?. ACIJU. the country. Passagoseecured to Califcrnla,.Australia moderate prioas deliverable. oa their wharf for ios&BOULTER,

Albany, V. T, JflaaafactarerCOLLAR 1M. .fII PnII b,00ui1.tor :Jan 14-&D .WM.8.8TANDLB Y*DeaHf. :. ,and Europe, In fine anything that aa in. shipment, or eei the street for ertyase.day. .. I General Commission Merchants
tTOCXaXfcr tie sopTsnlcfabf s tUsaw>&,'e&the use u.. will aA to. be Kewnaarvifle. ..4th. 1864. .. :Sadler A.'Poat J'J& &eU1pai.Apat wenaoqainted snthKsw York andUbuslnesexaMseaaaoforaa ,. _'WTenat VARH.Apgdpo ,
omcwx ; !
.u Boswaf tbrougbout too .admfaletressr. ; Administrator's Notice. ; absentee will b* ; ,f' ..L tTM. 10) State Street,Boston Jfos.,

& ssi "IIIt cI .Eipt.Z4 LTO'IUn ia'. persons Indebted the Estate/Kiss SO. ,_ : PALATKA,1fILL& : T I xeeatod faitnfaDy audprotu$1commisnisalou.. 'Xii. .,0n the pvero lees- nnu p V strict and prompt attention to sales
vfll be1 iSed pfceaptlyeej ALL eoafldantiai .Aidrais, ,.Iib.Joe tctal4 0aeniaei the Cora;|rouad. :,VY IMBBR
> tat* Vaeksoorffle., Dana .Pahtka Steam Saw HSJ1 Co,Palatla, c.telliuf5r.tth. TIMBER COTT03 aadoiacr
b fall UetoMSaoilerWUrgertll .AdisUttlstrator. IToOesuSECJeWlTTUJftosaaatebereofl Southern
,. Isew eagaged e ,-;'deceased, are bereby requested to ,WARTo2i _. Predate.; _
M.I lr- sawsblbee wilt W7 to make tamediato the z :. oe7-f. B.B.BOULTBLJU8T
pa/meat andecslfned sad 'OUNIIRYAND MAchhiWEYOnhis J.ABAUEE, .
| hTew'erk.
act S8.-OM ,1Mulberry Street .
)....II!&f18I. Mtlsfaetioa u eDIIDi1.It an persons having cI.lD&D4I.| said estate are i.t1.1-ad.oz' ) -APOTHSCARY
--- =._. tor.llttMel Fls,r.bal. ftovtsMAutboradab- required U present them duly .wttUafoo .ACQOlmLUru : .,. .. -
ewers, >,, ;:A'-: 'Wanted : ( emesrairLot14r.ytandZ4srf ,I vsrislyotTaoey Soaps,Xx%
A:1-D: A .. Wct'As2ShSS4.'l&&f, .=' time maired by Ui otherwise this Botiee tracts fcr Haadkenhiea
011I" will 'KA.O AG SALESMAN Book-kwper,' ;lttILL dJssatejLaBjgks la wwknuaHk ass anfothaf fawy.articlesv
es wffl U soU eJea. k 1Ie pl.iuf b bar/ -. jJLJL HOEO, **, \ c VP 0 b a.Dry Good Bufeesai ApplyalfhiiiaKtwioflct. .'r. Plus Lwfl1bfsruisbedfr'. suitable for Cwalfp.. .
-V JmOX JUTII. ( .a) 4alfJmt. oH lf M m1Qtn&er::"* T koo..t'i .- I I ,ci7-tf ,

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