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 20, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I VOL. 1.u- JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, le5i. ? Q. 29._ : I

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BY AUTHORITY. From BranrbvOle by Connenville,Deckertown From Philadelphia by Camden, Palmyra Burlington From Burtville, by WOlisian. Annb Creek, and .Er.E or ,n&TUIBG. .,.*COtasvbM Eaqairar} -v-' ) )

and Bcetnenvtlle to firanchvil Bnrdcntown to Trenton. Glen to Ceres. I 1isttllany No m&o is competent& to' give an "HATBT I.:MT COTT02C.. #
From liridgtton, by Fairton, Cedarvine, and From Philadelphia, Pa, by Camden N. J, From'Uatler'h"' Eransborr Zelitnople, aai more The.abo ieeome ._ .lamirllt.l .
LAWS Newport to Dividinf Creek. Woodbury, Carpenter'. Landing iluliico Hill, ; nah Store to New Brighton. : opinion oo the benefit of adrtrtlaing than I'

OF THE UNITED STATES. From Brideton by Mfllrille, Le.bnrg, Ewinj liareiaonviile, '. Allowayitown, Roads- From Butler, by Mount-Cbesant Prospect, B. T. BamaoL In his 'autobiography, be phrase among mr peoples and k considered ; :.
Neck, East Creek Dennisville Goshen Cape May, town, and Ehiloh to Greenwich. I Wbitejtown Breakneck Zefaaopte Middle Lancester SPEECH OF MR. ZACAJUAH 3FICEZ. a sufficient reply to all demands 6r mf
I'iibiog Creek, and Cold Spring, to Cape Island. From PhilaJelphia Pa, by Canada X. J, PortenvUle' and '.. to Newcastle gives rules for SBCCCM m' basiarvs and settlement coexisting lUbnitlM ',tw *4the' :
PI1DLIC ACT OP 334 CONGRESS From Burlington by Columbus to Georgetown.From Marlum Medford, Sooy's Inn,and Bau River Ho- From Butler, by CoollerBrnie AnandaUH'.Mar.rmsvUleCli&toavUla .- On* the Which enjoys the great; among thetttfajr cfpritairy import 'be planters anil tLott fa whom he may-ba? -'
orTDEUNrrED lerliogton, by Jaduonvill, and JobatownJnliiutown tel to Tackertonx ?ajsSikaifcShraAiy to Fran.1iI1. "amou tit' :, the bachelor indebted and organized as the Loainess of.; ,
to VTrightstown From Philadelphia, Pa, by Camden Moorec- From Butler by BitsUan's MiWs. .,Baldwin, and the \ 1" places JulTertUing- not mere occasional ; '
STATES. From Burlington to Mount Holly. town X. J, and Ranooca, Mount Holly. Bruin, to Lawreatelurg. vertising, bat advertising upon liberal and this country is in relationto. &. :
From Camden by AUecom to Atlantic City. From Philadelphia, Pa, by Camden X.J.Marl- From Butlers Whitestown, Prospect Poteraville Mr. President,and Gentlemen rise to of credit which looks to.,aa adjustment of, ..
toned at thejirtt fusion, which vat be- From Canton to Hancock' Bridge. ton Medfurd and Vincentown to Pemberton. and Princeton to Newcastle. advocate the cause of the married man. And systematic scale. he says: the aflairs of the current year at.or. .about, "

gun and held at the City of Washington, From Clinton to Frcnchtown. From Philadelphia, by Camden Palmyra, Beverly From Cutler by Petersburg, Evanstnrg BreakNeck why should I not 7''1 claim to know etxne- 'Advertise your business. Do not bid Christmas or during the'cotton telTuig'fjetswn *- ."

intke District of Columbia on Monday, From Cambia by BroUinanville, Calno, Mil Burlington Bordentown Yardrille, Wind- and Zelienople, to Sew Brighton. thing about the institution I do. Will any your light under bosbeL, Whatever your the sale of Cotton U the great fever* ; ,
the 5th day of December, 13.and end- Brook to Flat BrookvUIe. lOt, HighUtown Spottswood Old Bridge South From ByLerry to lmeborg- gentleman pretend to say that I. do not 7 occupation or calling be.if it oceda cp- which the whole! ui&ttertarassndas1 .j :
From South Brunswick to New Ambo and Perth to New York From CaleJjnia by Cecesett Hkk's Ram to upoa .
td the 1th day of August Cranberry, by ,, Amtoy, ; ..
on Monday, Let him home. Let .
me the adttrtist it
Brnncwk-k. From Plaiufield, by AYarrenville, MIILngton, to Second Fork. I accompany me portfrum public, tboroujjh- lung u the pLiaters's crop _remains in his. .
1854.' I From eckertown and Mount Salem, to ) -- Baakenridge. From Cambra,l'y Benton PoIkviUe and Lairdsville. confront him with my wife and seventeen [/ and efficiently.. I freely confess that ginhoueeor stored in the warehouse it iat .
} &ALIX PIERCE President. DAVID Link X. V.- From Princeton by Plaiusborongh, Cranberry, to Man:,. children and decide. what success 1 Lave bad in my life may fairly not to be expected that the owners caD re i4
R. .t TCIIINSO",President of the Senate.pro From Dennville to Booton. Hightstown and Manalapen,to Freeliold. From Gipton by Herrick. Herrectv, sonthHill. High as the Rocky Mountains tower be attributed more to the public press .pond to, the demands of his creditors.' ;
ttmpore. LIKK Boro Speaker of the House From lh vor, by Sa=kasonny, Dnkesville, Stan- From Princeton, by Y&tahiserTiUelJut.ch Neck, Orwell north Orwell, West-Windhaia,'Nicholas above the Mississippi, does the character than to nearly other causes com \ questions however arts*aav : ;
of ,ntatives. bop,Lockwood Fadover Newton Lafayette An- and Windier, to Uigubtown. N. Y, and Canfield Comers, to Smithboro, cry grave
Jlepres of the marled man tower above that of the bined. There ; be what
possibly occupationsthat the
N. Y. may to extent planter lajuatified-osi
gasta Branchrile, Tuttle's Comer, Hatnesville From Princeton by Blaneabnrg and Harligen, ,
(In Continuation.) and Montague to Milford Pa. to ( :. From Canton by Lo Roy west Franklin Franklin bachelor. What is a bachelor 7 What was do not require advertising,but I cannot the score of policy, or in_view of his liabilities r.'
From Thy, by l! rne Tin., Rijmertown.Pitt.- From Dover by Stanhope, Waterloo,Allamnehy From Rihway, by Woodbridge, to Perth Am Dile, and Manroeton,to Towanda. Adam before he got acquainted with Eve 7 well conceive what they are. Men in business incurred on the'etreDgthot the sntlci-r 'J

iowa Potter iliit, sod Iloooiclc to Konh HuoskkDepoL Johomnbarg, Marklno.'I'.aulinaB1airtoW'n Wat- boy.From From Canton by Union, to Liberty. What but a poor shiftless,helpless,iasignin- win sometimes teU yon that they hare pated sale of his crop and realization of the* .

nut Valley, Hanesburg Columbia, SUtefurd Pa, Salem by Roadutown to Bridget From Carbondale, by Archbald Blakely, Dun- cant creature7 No.more to be comparedwith tried advertising and that it did not pay- proceeds at the usual time-in indefinitely! :',
from Troy to Eart Albany. I _.1 Dntotjburg, to Strondsbarg. From Svhooley'e Mountain by Beatyentown more and Scranton to Hyde Park. !
his after self than a mill dam to the This is only when advertising is done month mooth thecoo-
From Tror by Wrnaol'i. Kill Wit and Like, I From Dover by Berk.ibire'aUe!, Hnrdtown, HacketUtown. Drakeslown, Flanders, and Sack* From Carbundale by Green Grove, Waverly, sparingly postponing, from to ,: 4
SMU Lake, Al II.r Ht Stepheutown Stephen- and Sparta to Newton. canny, to Dover. Wallsville, }Fleebville and Greenville, to Car- great roaring cataract of Niagara. [Ap and grudgingly. llomcephatic doses version of his cotton into available means
sow, lloaoock (Mass.) sal Lmwboro*, to PitUfltld. From Dover, Suckatuny,DrakesviUe! ,to Stan- From Somerville by Weston Millstone, Griggs- bundale. plause.] advertising will not pay jicrhap* 'it is to dischargethe debts for which in Is 'Im'plicdly -"
Lop town Rocky Hill, and Kingston to Princeton. Front Ctrfole, by Oak Grove Furnace Landis- Gentlemen,there was a time, I blush to like half portion of phy&ic making the patient pledged: how lar':he oogbt to' r3 : -
From Troy, by Ei le JIUIa Grafton, and East From Eatontown by Shark River, and New Bedford From Souterville, by Pluckemin to New German burl, Elliuttsbnrg, New Bloomfield New Port and say it, I too was a bachelor; and a more sick but effecting nothing. Administerliberahlyandthe can consistently speculate vponthecneer'.a

Orfton to Pet r har- ;. to Spnaw Village. town. Petersburg, toBenvenue. miserable creature you would hardly expect cure will be sure and tainties of the cotton mark$,. s. far .
From Troy by %' *., Waterrlict Centre, From aat -
From Etirabetktown by Union Springfield New From Somerville, by Plnckemin Lesser CrossRoads Carlisle by White House Dickinson Walnut
sad ResCorii F1"U. to SrheoecUdr. rviesPassaic Valley and Long Hill to to Peapack. Bottom, and Lee' Cros Bonds, to Shippens- to find. Every day I toiled hard and permanent. Some say 'they cannot affordto the risk concerns himself only, the OJK+*'.
From Tray, hy \V terf>rJ, MechanicsTnie.. MalUrille I lUckenridje. From Somerville by North Branch White burg. at night I came home to my comfortless advertise they mistake-they cannot lion is without difficulty beyond mere considerations .

Mftlla, Eat Line, and BalUtoo to Sardo- From Liiiibethtown, by r=fCranesville Weetfield.S House, Lebanon Clinton, Perry rille. Bethlehem, From Carlisle, by Mount Rock, to Stonghatown rarret-no carpet no fire, no nothing.- afford not to advertise. In this country, of policy but when the interest, ,
p Sprinre. b Plains I'UunsficId New Market Bound Blnomsburgh and Stillralley, to Ea tun Pa. From Catawiaa, by Maineville, and Beaver Everything was in a clutter, and in the where everybody reads the newspapers, the the credit, and the solvency or.othcrs aro-'
From Trunuinibarjr. by Searfbarg, and Steam -rook, Somerville, and North Branch, to White- From Trenton to Princetown, by Lawrenceville. Valley, to Catawissa, Valley. words of the poet: man must have a thick skull who does not involved with them, and all the loss with,.
burg to North Uector. Hou.. From Trenton by Allentown Imlaystown, From CilfigU, by Furnace, Slant's Store, to
From r&aiiiUo. by e-tinfj,Franklin Croton,and From Eogliahtown to Freehold. I Duwnsrille! to MSDCh
West M.r.lUh, to ItelhL From Flemington, by Stanton, Lebanon Cokes- : From Trenton by Lawrenceville, to Pennington. From Centre Valley, by FriendviUe Seidenvile through which be can speak to the latter, theted.ia its moral aspects,becomes.
From Union Society, by B gVyi Four Corner, barg, and Kei.aboni\ile.! to German Valley. Bethlehem, and Uocktown to Nazareth. Here lay a pair of pants there a dirty public, where he is to find customers. Puton more '
Din Hollow, aa.1 Ea t Kill, to East J.wett. From Flemin. ton by Croton, to Baptistown. From Trenton, by Yardrille, Croeswk-ks Allentown From Chanibersburg, by Saint Thomas London, pair of boots there a play-bill, aad here a the appearance of business and generally Wears at this time in the midrt of s
from ('1I16U to Kripn.liville, 1'a. From Freehold, by Turkey Farmingdale, Lower IligUUtuwn Cranberry, and Engluhtowu, to ConaelUbnrg, UarruonviL'e.Ray.Hill,J ucla!. pile of dirty cloths. What wonder that I the reality will follow. The fanner pUnts trying crisis. The great scarcity :
J'rom (I'n'uHi by t'ni-m Centre, and Maine to Sqaankum Uowell'i Works Point Pleasant 11.- Freehold.! Crossings and Bloody Rum. to Bedford. took refuge at the gaming table and bar his seed and while he is sleeping his corn ii universal CoIJec-money
1\aatieoke Slmn *. te.lenmk, Twn' Hirer Potter'i Creek, Cedar From Trenton, by Yardieyville, Greenabnrg, From Chainbers;nrg, by Marion and GreeD Castle I found it would never do gentlemen a subject complaint. '.
Froia Uniunville, by Clare X. J, to Decker- Creek Forked River, Wiretown Barnegat Manabawkin Taylursville, Titiuville Bronroburg, Lambert to Uagerstown MX room. aiidpot.atoesaregruwing. So with advertising. Lions are said to amount' to little or nothing
town. ,and West Creek to Tucken.,1LFf'Jm vile, New Hope, Stockton, Centre Bridge, Lum- From Chftmbersburg, by Jackson hale! and and in a lucky moment I rowed to WTiihfyou are sleeping or eatingor ,and pecuniary distress prevails throughout -' -. I
From Tpiwr Red Hook. t>y Elizrille .J bon', .Freehold by Perrineville, Clarksburg erville. Carcn Ro.k, Point Ileisant, Pa,, Fren.h Quincy, to Waynnboru. reform. Scarcely had the promise passedmy I conversing with one set of customers, the country. The cotton statements
mere' Pia Plains sat Pulver' Corners, to ani Inlaystown to Allcntown. Town, Erwinna Tpper Black-Edjly, Milfurd, Holland From Chaubersbnrg by Keeper's Store, Upper lips, when a knock was heard at the i your advertisement is being read by hundreds from the vinous cities show large stocks

\.rtla Ea From Urbana by Ncrth Urbaaa Kenka Wayne, to Totu'i River. PhiUi burg, to Eoston. Orb OnU Shirleysburg, and Vineyard Mills to clothes. -
dirty '
M'l DaaJee to North SUrkey. From Hackensack to New Prospect From Trenton, by TituviHe, Lambertsville Mount 'nwnTrom saw you or heard of your business, and nev particularly. a large proportion is stored for ,
From Urbana by SunUi Pultney, and Poltney From Mackenackby Springs Valley Paskaek. Prallsville, Sergeantsriile, Kingwood, Baptist Cliriatiann, Smyrna.May Quarryville and 'Mr. Spicer, says she. 'I've washed for erwould had it not been for your advertue- account of plinters-thos locking np.in the -
t9 Crancbport. From llacketUtown by Drakeatuwn Flanders, Town, Frenchtown Mount Pleasant and Little! Mechani'js Grove to Chesnut Level. you six months and I liavn't seen the first mont appearing in the newspapers." warehouse a vast amount of means which, -
From Utiea t>y DrcrCclJ, North Gage, and and Sackasunn,. to unTo York to BlooaisSury. From Christians by Smyrna Bort May, and ed cent in the way of payment. Now I'd would otherwise have been circulation. .". I'

Grorenrill. til Rus.'ia. f From llacketfetown by Vienna, Danville Towns From Trenton by Penn l1gt.t.a. Woodsville Rin- Quarryville to Buck. Jib to know what you are going to do GOT UIM THERE.-While a number of I Much of this cotton has been stored at 8 ,
_, From Ctba, hr, irankfort Hill. Cedar Lake, bury, and D d'me. to Belvidere. roes, \f earta,ihie Rearville. .1cm l= Kliues- From Chria a.n& to Chesnut Level; about__ it.' \Vis- !
ortla ivinfield, West VTinfield East PlainScld, From Ilacketttitown to Hope. vIle, Qnakertowa Pittstuwn, Si.lney' Clinton irma Clara by Oswero,to Elluburg. felt There lawyers and gentlemen were dining at cents, some at more and some at less: but ''-
I in was
West Eteter, urlint'JIl flats \Vn-t Burlington From Hirkettetuwn to Beatyestown. Ciarksville! and New Hampton to M.tnsficld. Erom Clarion, by Limestone Phoenix Olney my pocket-book. casset, a few years ago, jolly son of the it is conceded on eli hands that the pro" ) > .
GarroUnlle and New Lisbon to Morris. From Hamburg by Harmony '"ale. to Monroe. Fn-m Trenton, Gre burgh, YarJlejrille, Tay- Furnace SmLluburg, Pluinville ChambenviUe, nothing in it, and 'I knew it well enough. Emerald Isle appeared and called for din- ceedSr even at the present prices wooH.. :
From tries by Frankfort Hill LitchSeld. Ce- From Hamburg to Franklin Furnace. lonville Titusnlle Brownsbnrgh LjumberUville, and Plainrille, to Indiana. 'ilisg Simpkins, said L it's no use deny- ner. The landlord told him' he should mater Ally relieve; the' difficulties under, t '
dkrrilte Calamuia South Columbia, and Richfield From Hope to Columbia. Raven Rock to Milfurd. From Clarion by Lucinda Furnace and Tylers- ing it. I harn't got the pewter. I wish dine when the gentlemen were done eat- which we at present labor The.question .' 4 1
to RJchSsId Spring. From key Port by Uolmdell Colt's Neck, and From Tukahoe, by Petersburg, SeavQle, and burg, toTi oe! From Utica by Clinton Ori-kany Falls,SoUrille, Fanuingdile, to Lower-Sbuankum. Tow.,end Inlet to Cape May. From Clearfield, by Pennfield to Caledonia. Then said she promptly I don't wash. ing.Let we now are : not cor. !
Hooekvil, Eaton Wept EaUo Georgrtown, Ot- From Key Port by Middletown Red Bank From Turkey, by Bergen Iron Works to Towns From Clejtrueld to Grahamton. him among us, whispered a limb planters wrong in all cases in failing to sell : !
eli, Soath OUelie and North Pitcher to Pitcher. Shrewsbury, Eatontown and Ocean Port, to Long River. From ClewSeld dy Freochville, to Karthauje. another rag fur you. of the law, -and we abU hare some lisa when their cotton will bring a remu7rn't1I I
From Utica by New York Mills, Walefrflle and Dranh. From Tattle's Corner, by BenDS, WaHpack From Clifford to Lenox. 'Stop said I, 'I will do what I can for with him." ting price and the prucvedaaredue .

Mtarbenter, to \Vert moreUnlFr from Lafayette, by Sparta Franklin Furnace, Centre to FUtbruokviUe. From Cochranville to Parkes nrgh. you. The Irishman took his seat at the table. creditors and secondly-Having failed to.
.m flies b? New HirtforJ. Clinton DUM-- Hamburg, and Monroe to Lafayette. From Upper Black's Eddy Pa, by Milford N. From Colombia, Washington and fligvilI.to Silver and gold I have none; but if my "You were not born in this .
Tille, Orkkany FalU, )MaJLxm Sultrille. BockrilleHamilton. From La Fayette, by Pcpokating, to Decker- J, Mount Pleasant Everittstown, Pittstuwn, and Safe Harbor. heart and pod will do they'are at your counUy my dososretiieynotnowcafleduponbytheexigtaciesef
Earlrille, Sberburnc, and Korth Norwich town. Sidney, to Clinton. From Columbia, by Marietta, Maytown; Bain. service.' wi friend T"Noeir- the times to sell a portion of ,
to Norwich. From Lafayette, by Monroe, Hamburg Vernon From Washington by Taylor's Mill KarrsvUle, bridge, Falmouth aad P.artfnunU, ], to MUdla. ? .T JI she I was born In Irtlani. their crops"at least, even at. present pccss, t t.:
frets 4' Wahmetrm MH and New Mifcrd X. Y Warwick. town. 'Are yoa in earnest says looking a fcls father ?" that the '
Urirm Saaoaoit ( ,) to Fuming, and Beaty's Mills! to ViennxErum your living proceeds may to some -extent relieve
Clayrille CWriU North lirU water Bnd e- From Lainherti water LeooanUrille t Elmet/, South Edneitoa. I Wcart-ville. Copper mIl Klinesville Cherryville, Pompton Plains to Pompton. ."!. and Old Hickory, to Flench AI01 'Never more so,' says I. "What is your occupation 7" a great degree been their :
New Berlin MirrU West Lauren, and Qnakertown Piitetown Sidney, Clinton Clark- From White House to New Germantown. From Columbus, by Stewart, Cook, to SpuUns- 'Then,' eays the, 'as there seems to beno "A horsejocky." failure to do heretofore consequent? Is it upon that fy: .
so right ,
Wet One From (t.:a. by Sooth Trenton Trenton Hem- I' From Lamberts*ille by Prallsville, Sergeantavill From Winslow, by Balsto Green Bank, and From Columbus, by Carter Hill to Wattsbnrg. prospect getting my pay with any offer.way, "What was your father's occupation 1" our merchants and others, who have looked ;ito
I'll take .
pee. Alder Creek. Doonville. Lerdcn. Turin, Kingwood, Baptist Town to Frenchtown. Sew Greta to Tnckcrton.PENNSYLVANIA.. From CooneUsville by Elm New Lexington, I guess you up, your Trading horses." the proceeds of this cotton to protect :
liooMrillf Martin-bore Lowex i'.lr,Stowe'*Square : From Lawrenecville to Dutch Neck. and Gebbarts, to Berlin. I Enough said. We were married in a "Did your father ever cheat any one Jbeir liabilities, should be forced to the necessity r: .
Denmark aal Catlan, to \atert4nrD. From Lawrenceville to Princetown. From .\&ronsbu by Reber burg, Loris Mills From ConnueantriUe, to Pens Line, by Steam- week : and what's more, we havn't repented while here T* of raising money for this .purpose .' ;
From Utica, by Kirkland Lailntillt, Vernon. From Long-acoiuing, by Waterford Works Batrlo and Sugar Valley to Salon bury. it., No more attics: for me gentlemen.I I "lsuppoSfl he did cheat sir." from outside' sources at ruinous rates of.0.. ,
and (ida Ca3tIe to Oneida I>op.rf,23 miles and Gloucester }Furnace and Port-Republic toLeed' From Agnew's Mill, by Emlenton; Big Bend, From Corbettaville by Conklin Centre, and live in a good house, and have somebody many, 1.
"Where do he
bark sis time a week, to Vernoo. I Point.Trom Clintonville Ceutretown lr town to Mercer.: Shawsville, N. Y, to Binghamdton.From When I you suppose went to interest-or in default of this to suffer In .
From tiles by New Hartford. par TCater- Milford to Little York. From ew'lIi:1, by !Porterfield and Rock- Covington by Cherry Ffota, to Wellslioro. ,I to mend my clothes. was a poor, "To Heaven s-ir." credit or end in bankruptcy-because forsooth "
sine San;n riile. North Brookfield, East UanxU-1 From Morristown by Hanover, and Hanover land to Cranberry. From Ccwdersport by Hebron Clams Miilport miserable bachelor, gentlemen, 1 used to be *Ihs he cheated any there?" the planter considers 8c. or 1 Co or Cc.
ton Poolerille, and Earlrille, to Sinyna. Neck, to Livingston. From Agnew'i Mills, by Limartine sad Five and Sharon Centre to ceres. as thin as a weasel Now I am as plumpas "lie has cheated one, I Ul.ve." too little for his cotton or in his opinion t :
From WaJiio ,. Madrid Depot. From MorrUtown by Denoville, Rockaway, to Points, to Ciias. From Cowdercport by Culesbnrg,E2iburg, and a poker. "Why did they not prosecute him T' prices will be better in. the spring to: I
>\VaUeabySaawafroak, OaleriUe Mills, Dover. From Allen to Boiling Spring. Geoedee Fork to WellsvUle N. 1'. In conclusion, gentlemen, if you want to
"Because searched the whole
kingdom to counsel bearance and .
aad New Hariey, to Modena. From Mannahiwken by Baraegatt, Cedar : From Allentown. by Centre Valley, Friedens- From Cowder port, ojr Nelsonport, Cartej Camp be ragged devil without a coat to are ever disposed :
From Walton by Northimpton. to Croton.From Bridge, Red Oak Grove, Brown' Mills, New Lisbon vile! Beth.cheni and lIe.&toW'n. t> Sin ireth. Kettle Creek, and Honey ville,to Jersey Shore. a poor of Heaven and they couldn't find a patienceonthepartofcreditonzbutiozne-
Walton by Franklin and North Franklin, and Pemberton to Mount Holly. I From Alieatown by CAtasauquj and Laabach, From Cuwdereport by Cotebnrg. to Ulysses your back, or a shoe to your foot; if you lawyer?" thing is due from debtors, that forbearance '.
toOaeontft. I, From llrri toW'n by Meadbam, Chester, German to Cherry villa. From Cowdenport by Homer, North Wuarton want to grow old before your time and.AI plaY not cease to be a virtue, or patience .
From Walton by New Road Sidney Centre ; Valley, Schooley* Mountain Pleasant Gfove I From A leutown by South Whitehall, Fogles- Wharton. and First Fork to Sinnamahonhig. uncomfortable generally, as a 'hedge-hog Ma. SXIPC'S LiTANt.-From.'.bill'sdoctor's become"a fault. "We speak as onto'vise '
Uuadilla Uaadilla Centre,an JCoUernuU, toilorri Anderson Washington Broadway, New Villlage vIle, Grimville Klinesviile, Hamburg, and Shark- From Cross Roads by Union Chiuceford, Lower rolled up the wrong way' I advise you to pills, and western chills,and other men 3
judge yeS"
*. and Stell'arlllIe, to Easton Pa. I. leyville, to Rehrerebnrg. Ch.UK-cford, and CastU Fin t> Peach Bottom. remain a bachelor, but if you want to live ill-deliver us! ; ;
From Warrennboig AtbL From Morrutown by New Vernon, Baskenbridg From Allentown Oredeid, to Schnecksville. From Cumberland.Md,by Barn-ell vL'le We'Jers- decently and respectably get married.I've .- From want of gold, wives that scold ,
From WaterriUe by Saa rrillr, h.diI I Millington, Liberty Corner Martinsville, Somerville From Allentown by Bltck.eville.onb Whitehall vIle Wittenbnrg, Boric Somerset Lavansritle maidens old and 'sold" : BOMRATtPMCTT OFV -.
&o ckrai.. Pin Woodj, MonvriH, Nelson, Ciao and Weston, to Millstone. Triecklersville, Slatmgtoo Lehigh Gap, &.- kersvUle, June' Mill. Donnegal, Laurel ville, got ten daughters, gentlemen, and you by harpers -preserve TOWN BYe U. S. STH13XES. \:.
"- Oran ilinlius Fayetterille and Dewitt, From Millstone Flaggtown Beekman'i Mills vile Lehighton, MinJi Chuok Liusanue, Beaver Mount Pleasant, McKe-tn's, Old Stand, Mendon, may have your );ck. ns .
toSyraevw.Fmm Clover Hill aad Reaville to Flemington. Meadows Hatletoo SyburUville Cuoyngham West Newton, Gamble', rMonoagaheU City, Ginger Mr. Spicer sat down amid long continued Frnmstinging flies coal black eyes, ban- We have heretofore, published. accounts -
Waterloo by RIM HiH, West Fayetto, From Mount Hotly to Pemberton Sloyersville and .. to Berwkd. Hill Donningsville, 43okey, Washington plaudits. The general proposal with whichbe ker's pies! an J baby cries.-deliver us of the difficulty between the Government I
". Uomoloi Centre Grid, Lodi From Medford by Shanung, AUion foo,', Inn From Allentown by MUlerstown Schiuersville Cbtysville Coon island West ,Alexander, and concluded securwd him five sons-in-law. From barren females, strong-minded of Paraguay, and Mr.,Hopkins the U.S. ..
Farmer, Covert Tnuaansbarff, and Jaekionrilleteltaiea. and Bas River hotel to Tuckerton. Upper .. CliytonviUe,Schnltzrille Backset ,i Triadelphia, to WheeUoj.. women. female lecturers and other masculine ConsuL, The Buenos Ayrcs British Pack" ;
From Newark by Btoomfield, West Bloomfitld Store. New Berlin and Oyitertown to PotUtown. From CnrkviUe by Limestone and Einnville.- ladies et of the 21st of October,has the, following .
From Waterford "11Ia1C-1I00D Crescent and Caldwell and Pine Brook, to Panippnny. Frum Alberta by Dcrranjo and Hobbin, to Corsica. AD7IOB'TO TOICrO IATJIES. -preserve us :
Clifton to Jonecrill. From New Egypt to Arneytowu. r Wapwallopen. in the county of Linieme. From CusbingviHe by .Ulrsse. *, and Turner Form'seedy coats wrested notes' and additional particulars of the affair; 0
From Watertown by BrowniriUe, Perch River From New Egypt, by Uorner Town Pine From Andetville, by Centre AndersMtbnrf and creek to Spring; MUI* X. Y. There is iuuchgood reason in this'brief sinking boats-..protect us In pursuance of what we consider a short* 11': '"
Stone Mills aad Lafai ernie'to Clayton. Plaint Downsville, ".'.MUU,Jackjuu**Mills, Blain to New Germantown. From Can insviUe, bo' Lnthersbcrg, Reynolds- chapter of advice to young Lwlies. We invite From creaking doors a wife that snores, sighted policy the Government Paraguar .

From Watertown,by BUck River Felfi )Mills to Freehold. I Frum Athens by Lfchfield to W"mdham.I vIle Frookvnie; Corsica, Strattowville, Clarou, our lady readers to give it a careful : #confounded bores," and dry goods-protect ordered all,North American citizens to quit: ;
Great Bend St.erl 1lr'We. Po linl, Antwerp From Sew Brunswick to SomerviHe. from Athens by Foutfield North Sprinfield Sbippenville, Koss'uth, Casi, Cranberry, Franklin perusal. us! the territory of the Republic, with a special
SwMrriU Ooarenevr De Kalh Blink Bonny, and From New Bruiuwick by South River Spotta- I and Springneld, to Troy Canal and Cob rdnton, to ".'_ 'Trust not to uncertain riches, but prepare the of, ex-Consul ,,
colic's i : and proviso case -
IIa r.ltoa to O bnrg.. wood and Old Bridge Cheesequakes, to Middle- Attleboro, by Oxford Valley, aad Fallsington to From Danville by Washingtooville, TnrblevOle, for in tifl From prJpes Paddy'spipes. Uopkins; .
From WaUrt waby Eat Haunsfield,to SackeU.', town Point I Morrisville. Nancy, and Monturesville, to WUliamport. yourselves every emergency )Irsi Snipe-KleliTer = '.""_ that he shonld resign all claims sad pretext. '

Harbour From New Brunswick by Six Mile Run Griggs- From Avondale, by Chestcrville, ChandlenvQIe, From DanvCle, by. Mwnburg' and Potts Grove Learn to work, and hot dependent np- From modest girls, 'with waving',earls lion to certain: lands which he had purchased -*. -,

From Watortnwa. DT Saadfori Corner,Evans town Rocky Hill, Blawenburg, Uopewell and and Mermaid,(Del) to Staunton. ,Milton. on servants to make yonr bread;Sweep and teeth of pearl<-never mind.JC21T ._ from the Government, in other days .
Mill*. Whitaey'.Coraeir,,, B* .,'. Cornen O Ilammo&d Drier lUll, sad MorrUtown to | From New Brunswick by Xuddlebush toMQlsttone. From Beaver by Uniunville, to Zelienople. and Stroutxamto Tbotnptim. Above all things, do not esteem too lightly Walter Scott dots:Dot seem to be held the legitimate owner.' With thit .
bdeubca From DeHn-d: ,b,ShelLsbarg,).Worth Stoyes- From Donaldson,. by Lower Mihantango,8 those honorable, men who sustain which .
young hare been the fool at school some condition Mr. refusei '
From Watertown. by SlvwtUft Comer, and From New Brunswick by Kingston, Princeton town, Jenner CruEl Roads, Laoghlintown Ligunier cramento Gr ts, and lierrysuurg, to Millersbnrg. Hopkins tb comply ,.
Korta A lUlU SmUftnlle. i Port Mercer Trenton Morrwville, (Pa.) Tully- aud Youngstown to Latrobe. From Doylestown, by Buckuigiuu, Pineville, themselves and aged parents by the workof have stated. Once a boy in the same class and to avoid a forcible separation from hat .'
WrigaUtown, Newton, AtU.U>ro,llulmesville and their own hands, while you care for and was asked by the "dominie" what of to the commander
From Warsaw;$>T WeatbenStld Spring Her- town Bristol Bridge water,Andalusia,and Ilolm- From Bedford by Pattonsvdle,Woodbury,Mar- part countrymen applied ofthe '
-taco, Weath rtn.R East Java, Jan Village burg to Philadelphia. timbnrg andSpnn jfield Furnace,to Williamsburg.From XewportsvUle, to Bristol. receive into your company those lazy pop- speech 1C&A was. Water-Witch. interposed .his' serricts -
Md btrykenrille, to Wale Free New Germantown by PottenvQle to German Bedford by St. Clair, Sarah East' Freedom From Doylestown by Line Lexington Franeonia injaws, who never lift a finger to help -"A noun, sir," said the boy. in ofr.tand"way :customary wjth. ,the

.J..rwa &, byLackavack, to Gralumt- Valley. and Xewry, to UoUidaysbnrg. Kalpsville From Union Square,and Skippack toTrappe. themselves so long as they can keep body .. You blockhead," cried the pedagogue, claM to.which be belongs. ; .
From Xew Hampton, by Washington Oxford From Bedford, by Camberland Valley, to Cumberland Doylestown by MeeUanksrille- > -
and soul together and get sufficient to live Srbat example can give of sucka This"was an intimation to the efieet that
From Waylaad Depot, by Dun:1e. Oaziaa and Furnace, and Bridgevillc, to Belvidere Ud. Carversville to ire Bridge. '- you ,
Jut IlilL to Naadx FroonNewyurk, N. V., bl Jersey City, N. Jr From Berlin, by MyerY Mills, Snmmil Mills, From Doylestownby Dublin. Slrawntowa in fashion, If you are wise you will look thing!r' if Mr Hopkins and the other North AmerU
From Warmly Station by Selden. and Meant Newark Elisabethtown; Rahway,Metnchen and and Elk Lick,to Grantsville, Md. QuskertowsRicklandiows,and PleuaD1.Y allel, at this subject a* we do,and when you are ."I can tell. you sir," interrupted Scott; cans were not allowed to'embark ""witbaot ;t
Elais I. Killer' P1aee. New BruMwiek Poet Office to the intersection of From Berlin by Shanksville. Buekrtown,'.Shad to Springtown. old enough to become a wife yon will prefer "you know-there's a Terse in the Bible molestation, the Watcr-Witcliw con* ,
Freaat.., .. by Seneca River, Cato, Mer this road with tho Philadelphia railroad.FromXewyorkbyHobokenX.J Foma., and Scaly Level to Johnston. From Dover, by Rossville,Lewbbairy, LUbnme- th hun ri mechanic with not'a cent to which..says Hhey, bound Samson\ with mence a.bombardment of .the city .of Jxs;-.
doss Ira, Hannibal Centre IIaata aa J KiaBtyf >ew Durham From Berryabnrg by Pillow;to Dalmatia. and Siden4burg haxiienbnrg-t: commence fife to the fashionable loafer, lA6. mm the capital of ay..aa;
Posy Cornen Otwvp and English Neighborhood, to hhsekenisek.From From Bethlehem, by EhoenanviU-- Weaver* I'rearity.Banewe 1\ew'Dd'a1o 'pG94 .i
From WeJUburg to Oreatt Creek cPa> NewY.XY1I1 Sass-s-k, U.1. ,Title and KreUenvine,to Cherry vffle. Montgomery' Ferry Liverpool, lI Kee', Half- with ten dollars capitaL. Whenever .Kxow .NOTHuf .-The following illustrates ified hour of tie fbDowrag day.WaterWitch .- :, .

From WoUnriUe by port, WhitosrOle, Orange,Soath Orange MObovra Springfield Sammit Front Bellefonte Ctearficld by SnowShoe, Falls, fChapman ficlia'a Grove Keensiillsanti we hear remarked, such a. young lady pretty well how, some people are obliged .itcenrdingly.-cn theesisuing morning u.'J
priag KiDs Bia ham, (Pa-) WhiU'. Coraen. CaaUam. Madiiotv Deaaville Kylertown, aad Grahamtoa. Bonbory, to Xorthamberland. married a fortune. we always tremble for took up a position! ; with her .c
HarruM Valley, Westfield. KaoxrUI. Elklaad Bockaway, aad Dover, to HaekeUstown. '. From Bellefonte by Walker, Haward, and From Dandaff, through the township of- Herrick prosperity. .Riches left children by to answer* questions about the. "Know guns; double shotted bearing in the 'direc 4
aad to Lawreaeernie. From New York by Eluabethport EliiabeUi- Beech Creek to Jim Ilill.' and Thompson to Laneshoro., wealthy parents often turn a curse insteadof Nothings f f ? them olthe Presidential Palace. With
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Market Booadbrook.SomenriUe Raritan' Tlorth- Half-Moon aad Centre Line to Warrior'* Mark Thomwaville and Upper St-> Clair. to-Hejriotta-. women ingeT' -- -. pomp circumstances .nf--gtorioss,
?.1r_ ..)'tait.Pe&woks, Pem- Branch White Howe Lebanon Clinton Perry- From BeUefooto by MUesburg, Fleming Morriodalo. ville. > this, and instead of sounding>the purses of "fsch not know." ... .war/1 each occupied his place,and the Eht.jed g' .
Noka, 2Uwmoa4 sl.uil1rdk&iu.- vIle, CUrksTille, New Hampton Aibary, Bethlehem Woodland and Clearfield, U CarwiaviU. From.East Berlin by Hal'Bermudian- ..Frank- your lovers and examining the cut of their *VeiI.votdhvon link j T"Itmkrimtthig.1 match only awaited a moaosj liable from ,
Tin. *, aad Baffalo Flame Dkom.bury Still Valley and Phluipsburg, From Bellsfontsby MUetbarg Snow Shoe lintown, to Dillsbnrg v co, .look into.theirharts. Mark if they '. .. the commanding officer to re-enact, |Ja ItiepUcid .
From Wed Chaty.by Chaiy 'to Champlaia. to Karton,(Pa.) ITMthmm Caledonia Kersey's Ridgeway,WiHinuville From East Boriia by ,Bermudian,jjad' Frank-, ha.. trade and can depend upon themselves; 'water* of Paraguay the'. DIi.rrofGl"eJtowp k
.'Trom Wet hazy. by 6aoU*to.X_'" Fran >Jew York, K. T,by.Key Port, N.J, aDd ClermontviUe, to SJD{, ,hntowa to DilUbnrg. see if they have, minds which will lead "By. .Urn, dais1i.wntin841(10's ; 7?
From WmOeid. by Totaaia,EUrman ad C a- MiddUtowa Point aad Marlborough to Freehold. Front Berrysburg Pillow. From East Berlin to Abbottwwn. ; : L. :
tie Shamaa.sad Qymer, to ColamUa. Pa ,From New York, N.Thy.Aeuackanock, N.'J. .From Berwick Feuopeck, to MifflinviHe. From Eaton by West Eaton .xeboopu7. them to look above a butterfly -. CcmcQX_The pompooVep, : In this emergency',tte Parsgusyanawiselydeemed ?
FromWa* Fall, by Colds,. Oleawwd,sad Patterson. FrDIII Berwick by TowlemUle OeADgerille, vIle North Flat Sugar Ron lerry towa Asylum Talk not of the beautiful white' skin and taph of a close fisted citizen,'closed wit prndence the_better.put of.TS-' ...'
Za tC aeanito Jprinrrin* From Newton by 1'ndaD.GraWad. Johneon- Rohntburg,Grwnwood:and MilvUle to Jersey- and" Darelt Towanda.. / ,_ the soft delicate hand; the splendid form the' following .of scripture.- lie lor." and not m man,wwnan< ChIld "'1I'U.:
From Wortpoint to OuU Sfriag. berg Hope, Serepta. Belvidere Racksbvrr, Harmony &CIlI'L' From Easton .by Martin'. .creek, Middaaghc and.fine appearance of the .yOUIlg .gentle"man. that passage the kndeth the to be seen in the-streets.,of ,AaamcIMr. (
From Wmtport E0sabe4ato | PhiOipebart,to r aitoa. Pa.From From Berwick, by Foondryville, Fishing Creek Riiihmond rStone Church MonntBetheL, (N., J.) .- Let not those foolish considerations giveth_ .poor, to .Hopkine and ali others allowed
'From W. Fort Aaa, by Orbwoaldr. Mills Paterson by Pomptown, .Bloomingdale, Sew Cola.baSoaud Cambria to FairmountSpring State Ford (Pa.) DutoUbarg. ..EzperiineistMIII.., Lord.. : were
riUOT. MiOi,*a4 QaMBrtwr, to. .'. Falla adIaBdStocUiolm,Uambarg,Deokertown, .,rot* Birmingham by Tyrone Smith' Mill, Stroudsburg marshal treek Coo:.Bttshkill throng your..thoughts.X3T"There Dat may be so,' oliloqwsed ambo, but to embark without molestation, in: the "
Jnm Taito'i Coratn by EdM.Clark and LibertyviQe Port Jerris N-Y. Glen Hop,sad Fruit Hill to CarwioBvillo- Delewaro, and Dtngraan' Ferry, to). wen dat man*died de. Lord didn't owe im boats of th."Water'Witeb'sscu and jn doa '
bsr.4y.beld. t. Collins c-u. From Palenoa, by. Pompton Kewfggndland, From Btoonuburg by Light Street Orangoville, From Eaton by Stockerton Belfast Wind Gap : was a certain nobleman,says I redceat.,* ?,.. -were' transported .t&- Corrientes. <
..s's Waito Ban. sad Bannd/a Laadmr, VL, Stockholm Hamburg Deekertowa. LibertyviQ, and Pealer.to Cambria. Sluttersrille KeUersvillegnyd. rsvile,. .Bartont-' Bishop Hall who kept a fooL to whoa cODe where we learv themun.: the'&, 'to.
?. amK.TTV3ondror c.PviBt Mona aad UoaUgM.to Milfcrd.Pa. FrenaBlOODllbufJ, by Buckhom and .lene&o :- vUtTannervine. Ttanhope, Spruce Grove Ster- day gave a stffwitha tharg 'to keep ;c- I&Air*. Jones, do you ever mean to m Je on. the? ". 2Vge ..mutations fortune
Port B.,Waitpart,, Wadham Mills, Waaloittay from _.by Mount HaHy and BarUoc-' to Whit Halt \ I hag JLuatUoo t Ariel and cherry Ridge. :,to DODed.ak I t until he should meet :with one who.,was I pay me for those. dozen, of mackerel 7" "1 ," We understand superior. officer :

bsr&Trma.Waito 1bD."Y WilUkoro/Kamptoo'Ke aad* rtn Wa.. FtwaV ton FromPemUrtoa to Philadelphia., by .. & Johctowm., Cbemat From Grove Rtoomtbarg and Mareland, by Mordanville to Money.MUlti From Easton hilfuareth., .. Eacobeburg Wind :a greater:fool. :than himself. Not many i certainly do,'please goodness Mr.'Smith?* of, the "Water-Witch has arrived7 tonhhr*

: Mta.Zu& From Prrtk Amboy to Sew York. -. From Boston;to Stroadsbnrg. Gap EluttersvUle BrodheadvUl, Flf.ra. Mr- rears after the'Dobleman. 'JeM lick even Then when pray, ) Jones?". "As soon city J bat ,whither bound..or .::.

Jhm..Waito H ,.t.y'Orwen Vt. aD4MOPt Tress Fbiladelpbia. Pa, by CaID411.. J, from Bloody Raa by Churrtlle,Robinwavnift. wingsburg,Soxvile,Stajdartsville' ,Beaumont aad u to death -The fool came to see htm{ his .the money crisis is overMisther Smith, micharg.ddepoiaent saith Dot potsf
Jr.T. LAss-b..'. Pourt. Tt, cern MaEmM. -tt. Y. Wondbmrr. Carpenttri Landing' Barnaboro Mmln and Warfordsburg U iloneock Md. Bear creek to WBkesbarre. .ck1ord said tohitnYlmnitshortlyleave2' surer '-*& l' bry .it, nay bsto.i'eport, progress to th**

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lies ,__/.Coraers y n.- eiwoo4. From Philadelphia, hlIJ s'sd.sN.J, aadMarlUavkJaod&rd. Cal via,U Mill Creek Trexlertowa;Breinigsrill*. Monterey, KuUtowa. !And. whither. 'art. '"'thOu" ,goicg.7"' said;the- ape", The same paper of the 2Sthf otc 1 i
fMajaM Akxaadria. Ceatro to Aleiaadrla.Jro ., :From Blosaburg, by Covtogton,ManeJsId,Tioga MaaUavand M jAta Creek, to Jeadag.v roo % Boy.TionH stated thatM the-flm frnlt cfthetohappyrroabble \ :
a Woteott, by.B tUr, S eath Batter SaTaasmXCrwoVMaaiosatoa From Philadelphia, W Caatdea N. J, Ls-Wfl5m5viUfIsatIeytewn, and JEnrin Centre to ; From Eacteoi by Batk Pefenvin*. Xewharf, *1hianctierworId"nplihis1cdshi1u -What b'veyou got to yonr head 7Boyr a'deETeehas beeTrlsroed: dosbf 1
ant '- ,..U A. ClmcbestarOty. Weetfine.'Woodbury, dafbae- to Coming. I Cherryvillo l**& Gap, BerliaTU Parrysvin HAnd when will you come back-- again. 7 -(scratching) ,1 guess it.mniket.rbiteforiiitcbesliketbnnder. the rrrer Paragttay against foreign maria *
IleaIlAaAbtiar. to. Sweedsbore, BculUown .harpitown' and From Bin BethoWaita Manhr Weisport aad Lehighhm_ to Hautk Chnnk.Froai Within toontft.7?! ": of.1IV.ofIIlJW.iou4'iCHOLUA
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1hj1nribir It & : that i. other cuUiTation. The a" !*my Mireticw nr rave len kindly turn;'. .fcr
k. C ai ".Its1imteSci1& Productions. embracing i low.flat .saauipyrcgioiJ. p ration fir greatei grasses.they prwent p a .
the txrrottri of I th institution .m. 30.1. frequenthylnniidsted,,.bat;covered,with a yield ,of sugar evsr.known in Florida baa appearance; which.conveys to-the beholder menu friend made with the by the followm Methodist* tit of appoint*'r .' :

menced on the Instants under the Te Pr.ulu Fk'rida4sa 'continoa. luxuriant:vegetation. The former 'especially been (from such lands., Four>hegtheatli J s, lens* of loneliness.and desolation that ferrite of this State recently la AanualCea-session, at

JACKSONVILLE : rection of John G- ,n.m A..31.Prin. on .br stripe of low,and moStly adapted' the'culture of sisal hemp: sugar having been
cipal.The level land which,commencing tq the'north* which, derives il principal, support from acre orj, tilt plantation. of Mr. .Dummitt_ The tea coast north of the St.,Johns _Tallahassee ,District-S. P Richardson,

SATUR1iYJAN. 2O, 1855. Facuttj of.this Institution win con- ward of Hatters, borders tb Atlantic on the, a Ohr. whit 'the latter lr near: New'Smyrna,'on tb* Atlantic coast.He river to Savannah, is almost wholly.lined P. Eo .

17 lt of fur rbtrctnJ two In the .Msle one hand, an'bounded:: on.th other by the f "range" Iirtthe aid hogs.. 'says* C That, In consequence 'of the with marsh.- among, which;natural canals, Quincy Tallahassee-James, R.hn.Plamroer.Anderson.. -.:'. ** '

XOTICR.AH and two thc'Temale DepartmentMr. the chain hi. and Jnt i.whose UAXMb,' heavy outlay required to prepare these narrow,and deep, and having a connection Leon-Jas. U. 31. Gardner, Jaa.-0:' ,, :
eaaBmlottkeii *f rcoiitU&e to tbM Dt'n Is a veteran and aecom western slope forms the water-shed of.th"Father In these localities-'ienpf.'nb islands lands for, cultivation, and from the facility with the.Ilea cross each other like lace Branch v"'""hf_' : !

i florUa JT*.n must brafttr b* dir c4 tub pushed teacher, the present President ort 'of waters." Extending over'near* among the pine (o d. of hitherto securing hammock_ land the, work. Some of the principal of these running Leon Col'd Mission-James Peeler.- '','.

Jesira.Bourn. TTM. 1C. COLE.IOLSOVXJE. South Carolina College having been ly six degrees.of latitude, its southern extreroity of Y .ts : '-or have been but little' sought for but thAt : 'parallel with the coast form a Chan South Wakulla-.Anderson Peeler. *, ;..
riac Gad Seaborn G. r
I .7.I 1855. educated rafter his aspic _lit' is al. verges upon the.tropic, while its lusarc tropics. Here lton the stately arac vast bodies of them lle.ctmvenient to navl nel through which steamboats to and from 'Gadsden-Thomas- Gardner. Chiles. .

highly I-mende by Governor Man- broader northern base'lies vouth, (thirty] which in leaf.and blOm mgola gallon all along the rivers of the country." Savannah pass._.without going to sea.,save Banilupe._Thomas N. Gardner. .. 1

We ere that this distinguished' gentle ning.of Sth Cain first degree of nor latitude. The' Peninsula gnditor peer, aloft. Here the liveoak.with A bill has lately passed 'the Florida Leg- 'in. crossing the St. John's bar, or some Mad son D.trict-R H. flowers, P. 1. .

nan bit resigned! bit appointment as Minister I gives U much pleasure to tee.our enterprising *i which is washed on un side ,by the its tough trunk almost hidden t iKiature, authorizing the drainage of Ala sound. In many places, these inland chAn- South)Madison Madison Samuel Mission Woodbury. '

r to Malndani that Mr. Breckenridge neighbors of the interior, thus water of the Atlantic on the other by by its gare moss,spreads its am chua Prairie, or Savannah. The waters IIr nels are o\narrow, that a person could apparently Monticello-Jno. W. Rhoads.-.M.Jf.Law. "

of Kentucky, has been appointed to the efficient/! and practically devoting themselves those of the Mexican Gait at no,place is pie foilage. Here the wild in the this vast basin in an ordinary dry time finda jump from the promenade deck ofthe Ancilla Col'd Mission i ._.Wm. TY..Griffa-:;

place., to the cause o Education, and or much more than 130 miles in width, sad blooming a'on.fills the air orng" subterranean outlet, through a sink as i iU it steamer to the shore. They are as tortuous Hamilton-SamL A. McKook. '

Mr. Sonie will be greeted on hit return, building up in Florida an institution, where being fanned alternately by the breezes ot or later,hangs its golden'fruit, a the old termed; but during a season of rains, in their course as the, wrtbing of a Suwanne Colnmbia-Mission John-1f.lJendry1"To be '. '
by bit old friends and admirers,with a cordial the urns and daughters of our State maybe the Ocean and Gulf possesses that happy poet expresses it, like lamps in a green this sink frequently becomes choked, and serpent, and the deck hands of the steamer Newnansvillc-Jno. J.,Richards up ; ,

welcome. We can only hope that he Cited t adorn the walks of life, 'ithouthaTig temperature which or.ly an insulated position -I night." Here flourishes the sweet gum, is unable to quaff all the liquid presented frequently assist the,rudder with! poles, in Alachua Col'd Mission-Jno. L. G rry.. .

may be again returned to the U. S. Senate, t b fat abroad among stranger i in a warm climate can secure. the (fragrant 1 &e bay, the hickory, plum, to its capacious mouth, of some one hundred order to keep in.,the crooked channel. To Santafet Iision-To be supplied. .

bit; mist appropriate: sphere,that the country for that purpose. The northern portion Florida, in many grape and cherry. Here bloom the most i yards in diameter. The consequence those who have a great horror of sea sick homasv.lle Albany-;,Ino.Dis\Y'rlct-. Mill P.. ,P. Smith..P.J.

and the South in particular, may again MASONIC GRAND LO.GI. of its characteristic, resembles the seaboard fragrant flowers and sing the gayest birds is, that the whole Savannah becomes inundated ness, these inland passages, are a very comfortable Baker Col'd} M.ssion-To be lupplle&r

have 'the' benefit of hia Fplendid abilities This body fur the State of assembled of the adjacent States, but South In short, here is Florida as the "land of' and a lake is formed sufficiently; arrangement. Blakelv-David L. Kennedy. ,

L and tterlin* Integrity. From the very be- in on the Florid ward where line with coral rt and kej. flowers." deep in some places to float a ship which Some species of marsh grass, forms excellent M,Ifunl Jlission-To be supplied.

: finning' of hit appointment he lias encountered and elected Tabbass the following officers for instt.the en- in its formation it more resembles the Ba The soil of the hammock i rich and is populated with fish and alligators. food for horses, mules and cattle) Thomasville Thomasville! -Circuit Jno. C..Ley. Raford.Troupevllle .

: the bitterest Apposition of the wholeof ruingMT: Gen. R. A. Shine, Grand Mar hama group of Islands, which lies just off black, and when rid of its extessive growth In the dry season, these waters retire and when properly cured, makes very tolerable -F. R. C.- Capil Ellis. .

the foreign monarchial influences, and or ter ; Samuel Benezet, Deputy Grand Mas its shores. In fact, it would appear that of vegetation,}'ields a ample return to the and a rich growth of grass and cane covers hay. The writer'whom we hate before Isabella Mission-Amos D.I.

their toa lies in this country, and they ter; F. C. Barrett, Senior Grand Warden; the nine cause that had upheaved these labor required for that purpose. The trees I the fertile plain. The fish and alligators quoted, in speaking of the facilities of Ocklockonner Mission__Jas.W.Jaektoa.

have ever since waged a petty, but irritating William II. Junior Grand Warden islands from the bottom of the deep, hat of the pine land may ha girdled,and a crop : give place to droves of cattle and deer, the Florida agriculturalist, for procuring Irwin Mission-. J. Stockton
Clinch 3Iif
; sion
war upon him, both in his private and Thomas James Grand Treasurer; J. B appended the coral formation of South secured without clean pg, but the axe must which are screened as completely from manure to renovate his lands, says: "The Fletcher Institute-To R.be II.nupplied .
public capacity. He bad' scarcely reached Taylor, laprar rnd ; Rev. T. Florida to a jection of the continent. l In bare the soil of the hammock to the kiss view by the luxuriant vegetation as their marshes along the sea coast and the extensive tips! Lucky, )

Madrid when his wife was grossly insulted Blake, Grand Chaplain.Srtar E L this portion of Florida there are subtera of the sun before it will respond to the ef-- aquatic predecessors, by their element. savannahs inthe interior, present St. Marys District-VTm. M. Kennedy.
saline streams apparently having connection frost of the husbandman. Even this thousands o( acres of luxuriant grass P. .. 1J
: at a ball at the French Minister's by one The following appointments were made nean a partial drainage of prairie 1s J
with the and making Sometimes kind of will ric" which only requires to be mown and cartedin St. Sfarjs-Franklin A. Branca.
sea. timber would
wf their titled cijccombs, which drew both by the Grand Master: James L Moseley, occasionly one predominate give thousands of acres of the Black Creek William Peeler. .
: be and hi* son into personal and deadly conflicts Grand Orator; S. Stephen, Grand Lecturer their appearance on the surface of the earth. in a hammok anti where this est lands in the world to the agricultu- ,either to be used green as manure, or Jacksonville-David B. .e'c,.

I Being too courageous to be driven ; M. W. Smith, Deputy Grand Lecturer The coast, illan. places, is shielded by timber happens t L lieak. if near a navigable ralist. converted into a compost." Brnnsw.ck-Willis Hall.

: from the field by personal attacks, they Eastern District; Joseph Moore, Deputy reefs and appear like detached 'stream, it is very valuable, but so BATS. I'B.ESIDENTI'IERCE TO THE SOLDIERS. llolmesvilkMisaionJ.. L. \' &

: wrong him by slanderng; his official acts Grand Lecturer, Southern District iD. fragments broken from the mainland, but long has the axe been ringing among the These, in the Florida acceptation of the The address of President Pierce to the Satilla Centerville Col'd-Mission R. McKook.

1 and conduct and finally he is refused permission [ W. McCrann'e: Deputy Grand Lecturer. which, it reality, are the work of the coral live-oak groves near such streams that theyare term, are depression between pine ridges, II soldiers of the war of 1812-13 assembledthe Wan-sboro' tt'r IL-. To Bedford.be tuppljt. J Jc

to pass through France on his return Western District! ; W. S. Harris, Grand nsect, and may at one day become connected becoming scarce. U is supposed, however bordered with dwarf Palmetto and covered 8th of January at the Federal Capital Nassau 31i R.BfcKendrce Tydinr

from the conference of Ministers to Pursuivant; II. T. Blocker, Grand Marshal with the Ion.nsula, thus extending iU that through the agency of the plank- with a dense growth of small timber. through brief contains. many admirable St. Johns Ii.uiun-Wm. K. Turner. .

his post at Madrid. The French Emperor Geo. Miller Grand Sword Bearer roads and rail-roads, that are now projected vines and thorns. They sometimes con- I it deserves and Tampa District-Geo. W. Pratt P. X.
; ; area.A sentiments, that analysis Tampa and Manate._.Jno.
tl.ded of the affront writer has remarked that "Florida is in the State much of the valuable tim- tain shallow of and favorite P.Richardsea.
out to our country by J 08. S. Ma)Hush Fisher.Grand Stewards; pools water, are a quotation .After alluding gracefully to the Key West-Joseph J. Seat,. C
laying tw! whole difficulty upon the shoulders Miles Bray. Grand T.Ier. a natural curiosity: clothed in some places her, hitherto unprofitable will L thrown resort for deer during the heat of hallowed remembrances, called up by the Ucala-W. T. narri on.

of Mr. Soule. 'Tis true our complacency The Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the with sterile fld-bak in others with rich into market, thus affording a source of revenue the day. day, and'the numerous assemblage of veterans Orange AAwn-F. M. Wilson.
saved with an J claj'-tanks and even from the clearing of lands. Sumpter Mission-Wm. Edwards.
us from a rupture France. same frateni:ty also met in Tallahasse on variegated Ct.rJnes, BXAXCHU. in his presence, the President, continues Ihllsboro
t but the sting struck deep into the vital of: but having tl.e more scientific to discuss its Again, sometimes a hammock is composed Jjssion-Arch'd Johnsed.
the 9th inst..and during their convocation These are the natural drains of the pine : Hcrnando-..Martin V. Wells ... ,
the Minster.and: left him though an AmerIcan get;h>gy, we will confii ourtelvcs to a superficial almost: wholy of orange trees, when this
made choice of the following officers for the and would be known in New England My earliest reading was of the stirring ,
t citizen a proscribed man in Europe.We .- ensuing year,"iz: Hon.J. W. Baker, Grand description of its soil and localities' i the case, it is in some places absolutely parlance u brooks. 1'heir bottom is scenes in which you bore a part forty years RAILROAD ACROSS FLOIIDA.

can but regard him as but another illustrious high 1'ret; E. R. Free, Deputy Grand In order to do this it may L necessary to impenetrable to im.n ; the young thor seldom but a few feet below the level or ago, and my earliest remiBcences are con In the Southern Commercial Convention
martyr to French Republicanism. S. explain the different terms which are applied ;- shrubs fill up interstice between the IK.ctedTilh the war of 1812. I well recollect at New Orleans on Thursday resflutione "
High Priest; Joseph May, Grand King; eV.ry the surrounding country ; they are fringed ,
Some no doubt will rejoice at his misfortunes James M. Baker Grand Scribe; Thos. Haj- to qualities of soil and locations, such larger trees like I hedge Near the banks with a luxuriant vegetation, like that of anticipated that by the my approach footsteps of to ever the mail thresh-wa were CnngiTFs offered fhonldmake expressing the opinion that 1

t but there are many who can never ward, Grand Treasurer;J. B. Taylor, Grand as barrens, hammocks; m.rIlcsJ savannahs, of Orange lake, there is such a grove or the hammock ; the trees being festooned hold of the village post otllcp. I naturallyfelt aid in the construction of an a ship appropriation canal or railroad to .

forget, and will never cease to be grateful Rev. Homer Hcndree, Grand baysJ ic..&c. nearly a nule square in extent, and it is with trailing vines, which in the spriiig of the deepest concern fur those who had across the pen'nsula.: of Florida at .
for his noble defence of the South in the Chsllin. PISE LANDS. said that ship cargoes of the mammoth the year are gemmed with flowers or left my own home to take a part in the site!,a point: as miy be selected bv a Board of .

days when so many of her sons proved recreant golden fruit annually ri] WCLAKA These, covering the largest portion of cvery hue, and mingle their perfume with quick sympathies to all who contributed to en in further to that
that the of bloom the air is sav the stv-
; to her.ASIOtraKXEHT. We notice the steamer Seminole, Capt. the territory of East Florida are not all in season redolent the aroma uf the surrounding pines. Wind- the cause personal sen ice. or sustained it erlll Stairs Wer'ngon tre Atlantic Ocean .

% OF GEfHlAi ASSZXBLT. Fuftell, advertises to make. regular trips barren, as the name of barrens frequently with perfume fur tunic distance ing plentifully through the ** barren," in at home by earnest and efficient encourasement. and Grl'nf Mixico, are r'ee-lr interested

The General Assembly uf the State adjourned from Savannah t Welaka every two weeks, used would signify, but are divided into around. their arbor like course they form an having been taught that it was the in t the fitrtreta-re of a work the object it 5C
Ihese beautiful first and highest earthly diity of every citizen which i ic t1 of I'r
on Saturday) the 13th instant to commencing on the 30th inst. various classes, the best of which is fertile oranges, though to 10'1 agreeable relief to the monotonous course to the republic cheerfully to make any and to far I't-te protection I fe and prnpcrtj
our commercial;
to their relatkmswith
meet aga'n on the 4th Monday of Novcm The rates "f freight \ill be the same and. Although having a light sandy soil, upon, an owing extreme acidity, 01' the traveller. Unless fed by a spring. sacrifice for he maintenance ..rt his countrj* the lann portion of the world with 4.C

ber next. There has seldom been a session to and from }'alatk and she will take somewhat unpromising: in appearance, the almost worthless. They are used, however in the dry season many of these stream rights and honor, it would be difficult: to which we hold intercourse ; and that ia

whose acts have been fraught with so freight from Welaka for Charleston, and planter can select many localities which for the manufacture of preserves. In are destitute of water jet even then, so express the pride and affectionate nparl I new of th'S fact. liberal appropriation C t

much interest to the people of Florida as have it delivered thl.rvia Savannah) with will yield fane crops of cotton,cane,cm&c some utter groves sweet there are which many "Seville delicious," or dense is the fringe of thorns and vines,that of with volunteers wh'ch: I looked as occasionally upon such detachments stopped at should of 1 the* made templated by those States in furtherance I

this. In the election of the lIon. D. L immediate despatch, a the game rates a The barrens are covered with forests ol oranges, are the tra\eller may go for miles along their my father' mansion on their way to the er-erprlie.

YcLtr. to the United State Senate, it has the steamers for Charleston charge from pine, the timber of which, where is large ater being disencumbered of their pungent course before he effects a crossing. Where northern front.er.: many of them never to DEAD IrTTru.- The- "tVad letter" C

obejed the expressed wishes of the people. Palatka to Charleston direct. enough, is of the best quality that. can b bitter'membrane. Budded with the these branches are fed by a spring, or return. Time has only served to enhancethe bureau of the ventral pout ofP'f department 2.a

: and secured a staunch and able representative This arrangement will be<>f material benefit found in the United States. These forests sweet or "Chila" orange, any of these from the outlet of some swamp, so as to admiration inspired the by or their their prompt enrollment continue to ncrea-e in eflfici nnr and
wild faid under flag country, importance. Dnrine CIa
trees to excellent the
of the rights and interests of the to the planters and merchants where are total destitute of under-brush, and ;, in three are jroduce keep up a continual supply of running and their subsequent valor in defending it; rear whvh eferm'nated on quarter Satnn1avevsirr. of t>.-

State in the balls of national legislation produce and goods arc transported on the exception of some low wet belts, ora.igcs jeara.SWAMPS. water, that water is as pure, as if coursing and it is gratifying to meet here to-day this ; f278 letters which crntairrd 'tronry

and in the passage of the Internal Improvement Ocd \Tah river in barges fes it saves t more densely crowded than the high land, over the pebbly bottom of a mountain numerous delegation of the survivors of I were Hinn hr (tIle .opener and handed ever

B.lLit has opened a new and brighter them i expense, time aud risk,a WilAa resemble a wooded paik. By avoiding These form another grand division of stream. According to their locality, the that noble army sal gallant navy. to tbc! clerk charged w th re;'Itntion. Tb. t.C t.C

era for Florida. is immediately opposite the mouth of.the the fallen trees, a per on may travel l for Florida. Sunk lelow the level of the water of some of these branches is highly But the days of war being happily past total nmmmt was, SH 75 and' about sevm .
President alludes to the order of eMitn of it hare 1-ren restored tft the
\'e observe that the small side Oclanaha, and the barges can deliver their mles through them with a horse and carriage II.I en;tl cy are the receptacle' for its drain colored by vegetable or earthy substance the new lawful (\-!. One hundred and seventy C 5

wheel steamer, which is being built under freight there at all times in safety while i The barrens of the better class are ageand ,'il waters kept nearly to a level. yet it is sweet and not unhealthy. The things: f bs r'_p,ch containin? nix bnnrels of open- .
is sometimes t-ie case that bad weather covered with a rank growth of coarse >y rain, springs and influx of tides, arc writer of this recollects of hearing the sur The genius of our govcrnmept, on- de.vl fcttcis, the work of the last quarter_
nf Mr. John Clark for J., wit demental that lanre
superintendence pr'nciple standing w.
W. Brjant, Esq.. is nearly ready to be prevents barges from proceeding on the gr.e5, affording subs.sicnce to vast number not so pregnant of malaria as might b geon. from whom he has before quoted relate armies are not to be maintained in time of and-destroyed conveyed by to the fire.suburbs of the eitT

; bunched. Her keel is 52 feet in length 'bn>ad St. John for home days. of l cattle,roaming nearly wild in the woods, tnpIIHd Many of these form creeks and with great apparent gusto, what deli- peace, all our interests as a nation and all .

: breadth <>f beam 10 feet-total t lenptli ('n, We hope one of the Charleston boats and only known ti> their owners by the rivera, and being on a level with tide water cious water they bad near a military postin oursent'ments and opinions as individuals; FrJISTNI-? THE Tlx r J. iS. DYn .. I'I
will soon extend the same accommodationto -nwrk and brand," which an duly rice and fall with the tides ; thus preventing the interior. "It was," said he, from promise peace; but if nnf>rt mately. again Anont 5 n'clfwk. on Sunday mornin "tk
deck 55 feet aad width 15 feet. Her rure called to-arms of will
engine onr Ren e secnr ty iiwtant
tlie.r friends in that distr.ct.C2 : iii the county archil't! The -ranges" tl.cl fiom becoming stagnant amunhealthy. a tunning; branch, and just the color of fine the barkT.. W. Dyer. of Portland*. 1'1co
: L&t rest in the conviction that the
is of ten horse power. She is to be chiefly patriotic Jfainp. bnrthen' 243 35-95
I'.r cattle tn in the low wet Lrns,where There are those in the interior -I old brandy he never tasted of water spirit which courarc to hearts "enttloufer1 tons which, re- cor
fitted with a fine cabin, and i ill tended to C"Mr. Bearls'.ey: Albany, has your at Newport with a cargo ef
navigate the narrow waters of the Ock-. suceedcd in manufacturing good the gt ass grows mot luxuriantly but which however, not connected with tide water equal to it in any other portion of our and vigor i to your arm will animate your cotton (mosfl" Sea Island.) for Charles!
newspaper frequently, in the rainy season, become al- surface is covered wit'i! a greet country.!* Some of these branches derive sons Yon gentlemen started in I (e with ton S. C.. was di-covered to be on fire, by P'C'C
liwaha and tu run also upon the St.Johns. I from hasswood. He sa.\s that be is confident wboj the fathers of the revolution around yinj. the fire Itir
uobt covered with water. During the emits a noxious efHuvia: when their name from the color, as &Brandyranchn forcini through the deck while she
When completed, she .itll.re6Cnla! beautiiful that he can make better paper than iun\ You listened to their precepts. Yon stud ed was at anchor in the Spanish Hole.
: specimen of the steam 3'atch. Although this from Cedar anJ some other month of February, the grass having b dsturlx-: which would poison the atmosphere Jtc. their career. You oteerved their I'r'nei effort was made to save the vessel and Ever/ear-

not quite a*, lar e as the Coll.ns steamers 1 tJr experiment: seems to a come withered and dry, isglien; to the most effectually as the fabled. UlI CR LEES. pies of_artion, and yntm_ Have nobly emnln- tr n. Tint on rerun-in tT-. frv!,..l t..+.. ,,. 1)
'fu L flames, in order that spring furnish a were it not for the continual t breezes that These arc usually narrow and deep, frequently ted their example. They nave pi!sed from whole nf the Cottnnii, the I lower hold
hunch will be regarded of trumph: in and t-t may was }
ber as a matter iDYenti.u seems earth. and we of a later generation: look to found I
inaugrate and tender the from the their rise in the and to he on fire. The Captain at
supply. torch is ocean taking ear
young sweeping swamp,
sane importance, on account of being thefirst a revolution in the 1.10 pninsula the survivors of fcthe second war of in:Impendence" cut awar her "
appled a crackling is heard and Amid the land, the channel for its and masf- weighed anchor aDd
soon a swamp funning drainage for the exhibition of disinterested
; steamer ever built in our town. irice: of pajtr. \'egtLiun nn her hore. where) she -cnttled..
cloud of dark smoke rse.: far above the the Cypress live to\cr. lord ascendant, that of the pine J lands. With a sandy bluff patriotism and lessons of wisdom to They wereonlr able to Mve 18 bales -

JEST Thc weather this season has been The stun of twenty-five thousand branches of the overshadowing pines. With and I doubt whether in size, the giant bank here they course among the pines, teach u* how tn transmit this priceless inheritance by thini-inj- them overboard from eot.tnn. the
peculiarly pr.ipiUmft dr garden truck" as dollars has very imsteriuualy disappeared their of California with its multiplied and multiply house male fast to the Ca'
bright glow reflected upon the shaggy trees or Oregon can equal it. and a natural level of interwoven roots and ke'lge. From appearan.'es -

a1\eatbn6.:1 1 citizens would call the production from the vault of the Merchants' Bank of' trunk,and often eating into the vitals of The writer of this has measured one Cypress decayed vegetation amid the swamps, they ing itlessinra.AIthturh you assemble here from different several[ her cargo must have been on tin .:

of the vegetable garden. We observed Near York. Three thousand dollars have the surrounding trees,the flames !spread far tree, which at its base is betweenthirty often resemble an artificial canal. To the and distant pnrts of the confederacy, origins ted days can but be no made conjecture aa to bow it a:

that the market boat of Dr. Balsam been offered for such information as will and wide, dr.vingthe affrighted; game from and forty feet in circumference; novice in Florida scenes, a boat excursiou it is cheering to know that you come an'tna- i is fortunate tht the fire satisfactorily.was discovered It .

wbff has a garden at Damses' Point, 'aswell lea to the recovery of the money their haunts and reptiles to their refuge. Standing upon the bank of a narrow, forest up one of these wild streams is very inter- ted bv a common sentiment of devotion to before thev put to sea as in that ease the "

stocked on her Last trip with green BATLEDAD KG. Dead trees weakened at their base are filing shaded creek, with hundreds of the sm esting. In many places, he will find its' Ibis Union to maintain and bv all a the common constitutional purpose rltrhtn faithfully : must.have The been loss loss bears nCUp 1 as well as rreperty. It

peas lettuce, turn;ps, radishes &c. The At a meeting of Director of the in every'direction, and naught of verdure kind,from five t ten feet in diameter dark waters completely over-arched with of the people. It is a truth as in.springa : fain who was half owner heavily and only on the 1-3 Cape ja-

"Doctor I 'informs us that be made a winter ford Atlantic and Gulf Central Rail is left on the barren, save that of the iL seems to have been placed there to kingit filiage-grey festoons of moss droop from I it is conspicuous that those who have sured.-WakullaTimes.. Jan.I2t.\ fQ

>shipment of three barrels of green peas in : on the 15th of healthy and vigorous pines that lift their over them all. the over-hanzine branches to the very sur- teen ready in the hour of need to put muchat tIP

-iM pod to New York, and that the return at the town ot Jacksonville, ,Jnltar185 FJurid T. E. crests high above the bl.ckele waste Frequently l among the large swamps,dry face( of the stream- -the trees, shrubs- and her peril battles for'their in time country-of war who-have have fought never BLOODY GRIZZLY FReD BETWZCM A CAitroivuv I'cr

;.was nioo dollars per bushel,or about twen- luckman fAt this season of, however knolls or islands found These vines either hand interwoven AND A Br.nLat week your .'
I was appointed m. year, not may b are on are so densely been the men in peace, however broadly man left SLAnders for
'tl- ftn dollars ,per barrel. This speaks and the following Preamble an1 Resolutionswere long does nature suffer this appearance of very difficult of approach, and the only as to form a verdant wall spangled they may have differed upon measures of iill<, taking with him only a stroll a pistol over and the .

.ToluDtes In favor of establishing inter gardena introduced and unanimously adopted. desolation in her ratns. 'But a few days, way they can b nabeTlthout coming with gay and, fragrant flowers. In some policy, to disseminate dangerous political knife and in his wanderings came on .a a .

a*a, matter of business: upon the theTtl The requisite amount of Capital perhaps hours, elapse before tender shootsare in contact with moin or ugly places, a little niche in this wall denotes heresies; ; to revile the institutions under arre-prizrly bear which immediately attacked -
which live to catch the echo of fIIIt
:Blanks of the St. Johns, with the present was not subscribed to the Florida.; seen in ii they ; up him and after a short struggle struck
springing up every direction, alligator, by walking on the bodies or the mouth of a small run or tributary, anda foreign pmjndices-to exercise sectional
.facilities for a market furnished by steam opening Atlantic of and books Gulf of Central subscr Railroad:pt.ons by at the the and a robe of pale green replaces the tree felled for the purpose, and forming abridge vigorous push of the oar will drive the jealousies-to deride constitutional oblipx- him pistol to side the ground thereby, rendering throwing it him impossible on r-ia .

Communication. jommibsioners appo.nted: by the Governor, russet one so rudely displaced by the which it needs the aid! of a balancing boat through it, and place it in a position tions.; and to set at defiance the Itwi of the to ne that weapon in his defence. He wa 11&

,, DC Bo*'.* IlEvirw_.We have before us in ct.mphanc with the provisions of the turning. Now corned the season of feasting pole to walk over; or by a light where it is completely screened from view. and No, gentlemen, no. Far from it. able to draw his knife which h*ued pretty

ttbe January nnmWri/f De Bow's Review. I amended charter tr.ntc by the Legislature br the, hitherto hunger.ng; quadrupeds,and canoe, which can navigate the shallow The magnificent blossom of the Magnolia, sentiments You responded of a,gallant I am sure soldier cordially of your to time the t.lt"fl freely l on old brain and was shortly ena- 'cAf
'This valuable journal has been coati lerablyeaard eight of January this Mate 185, (and approved on The the their lank for soon lam to assume a "runs" and 'lagoons," interlacing the ([if in season ) gleaming from the green and an eminent statesman nf the present bravrlv"pa'n into his his savage feet when assailant he pitched that tfcrrinlv so IIr

1 ant improved and its agricultural said Charter. &' 9tb.;;' Ilnt glossiness; and rotundity .,equal to those I s wainps. dome of this leafy, water pavcn hall fills it whom I observed marching todaas'a private !- hauled off for a breathing spell.- .
:department w Jl bo foun peculiarly instructive of Books of Subscription\ under reopening the 'which have"been fattened for,the shambles.A I The Everglades, covering an unknownarea with_ perfume so sweet and powerful, as i In your ranks when he said: 'If we This was aIM an advantage to the young

and entertaining. The present num'bercontains direction of the President and Directors of surgeon of the United States army, for to the southward,_and almost a im- to prove almost sickening in effect. The are Jiod's struck chosen by people judicial of blindness old. we shall as chins were man, which he so successfully employed a* ..

an interesting paper upon the the Company.fcat such time and places I many )'er. stationed in }Iord.in a series; penetrable as the fields of Arctic ice, fur sedate owl, perhaps never before disturbed to this constitution_ is thfi mariner clings .5 l toe in a better condition-. to continue tit 'iM':
them tl !.. '
to deemed
,culture Tobacco Florida.TVK may b expedient; Ac. letters published in the 'Florida News" be of this class to the last _
o i therefore be it largest body of lands.They in his solitary retreat,looks down upon the plank when the storm and tempest The '
Retotcsd. That Boole of to in 1851,' s.V that the pine lands f'n the [ were probably better known to the intruder with wondering cjes-tho heron close around him." I quote from memo the,priizlf armUtice was lasted but a short tirnt- .I
r. SOIL Soaru.
or rue: -This Subscription
.published at ntab.etrl.'nUatl the CapiLi( &tock of said Company be r:I basis of East Florida; , Clam- opened, at Jackponv.lle under classes,, denoting first, second and third Tho President concludes with the fol- .knife,in band, -'
in the tiiesupenn* generation, a we read of pearl fisheries to seek a safer perch-while the squirrel although severely wonadt. "II
r i ". _editorial lenience of the President of the Company, [ualities. established! -. lowing beautiful tribute to the day: charged upon the monster 'with 5It .
being on some of their makes the branches shake in a whoop
W. U. hasty r.'treat I f.t
charge o l'br who teems and that live per Cnt of the Stock so subscribed The"proportion of first rate he lakes J of My hearts gentlemen teats with a and jell irving his kaTe! in the snimal'a
: ) capable keeping it to the paid at the time of ldr an being obtained. The -even he'alligator, large enough to be neck".whicb
/ally. o op high b lub says one to' p.rs prouder throb on the ,eighth of January : being more than be bad reckon .
4-j ttaniard'which it b already attained.Gcoacu scribing. The Books to L kept open iu surface may bat 'n'a twenty, Everglades many of the islands of I leas timid, suddenly awakened from his than on anv other day of tie year, always ed on. and not at all agreeable.grizzly turned
the sp of ninety days.It being covered with' a dark vege which we have spoken forming fortresses I s'esta: on the bank, partakes of the panic excepting the fourth of July ; but I feel tail and trotted' off. fairly beaten ia I

f M.LtrAav IXSTITCTE. -This as'Rnrt table .oI nrl inches in depth which fur the Seminolo ,almost impregnable, under and' makes tho quiet waters surge, as beaees just now that its pulsations are freer and stand up fight of his own seekinr. TIle lID
Institute is located at Marietta .... the President rests chocolate( colored because brave yimne fellow then (
Georgia. ed autborz upon sandy loam, any circumstances. and certainly so, an element which he considers safer stronger you are hereY flU are bethough him of: -' h.
TU consists some suitable agent n.xed with lime-none not only veteran soldiers, but American ni p'tor the contents of two ,barrels ef "
for the
AcLni tt u seven. to solic.t..ubrptiol.and open bk In of pebbles according to the method of ciir1Zed'war* than that of the air._ The following,from a citizens, and need no welcome to the house whch! be discharged into his retreating foe. ..
'11 eighth ain commences on the the city C.. .u depth several feet. .This rests upon ssubstratum (are. As 'the, chief Coocoochee, or WildCat manuscript poem, faintly describes' the of which ,yon are the proprietors. sail I. This is the second "fight this young maa

20th o February. Captain Jones, the other places as hf may deem upient of Ilmetn rock and clay. said to,Gen.Worth, "The white'man scene: for the time being am but the tenant. You has bad with .. He was found by his

,- e.CmmJDt i a graduate o West to Retained, That the Ue says, that, upon tbe! upper Slwanee corn I. he. 'grows pile and sick" in these localities. Park roUt4 the itnaa".It craft wilt permit me, however -to- remark that partner very much cat and torn removed f.J
a suitable and complete set of toSan Andre where h'w wounds
Pinnt far prcur that.have been for fourteen the house and its occupant are alike honored were dres
&J L'tugt eight years i books for the use and business of nn.Un thin._Cm.I.Y. lat' cu1 fat The, impetuous and. gallant liar- darkly ortrbttd by May, God sed.and he is now In a fair 1otrm1ftf7.
i in your piesence. who has
succession ,
'that tietrgia; Military years 400 lbs with
hubtUId "b hfe "ltd ner ia probably conversant:with swamp FMtoontd nuay BOMVwmta, so .iignallyblessed our -C4/a..rtral,'?. .
Institute b alunutiD fur ODe ba- motion, the meeting to of sea island! cotton to the acre ,without warfare as.another officer ''f in the ,regular_ Th forttt arches ipna4. and ever bless iU defenders. preserve- .
..dred and thirty pupils. let against the cl of the manuring, which. a sufficient evidence ."ice. having.oft beaten the, in Hairs Crprtu tress ra either aud A CCSTCMIIAL PUI.-rie ef, 'JFe
: I BALDWIX.. & heir o enemy c Lcclu Aria the bells in the' tower Christ's ( ] .
-The:truns.inclu1inZtnitienboanIwuh. Pr' fertility saddurability.The enterprising Zpi-copal
his must secret holds. Volunteers With viat-wrtith j *!trails*
T. Dcca-MAir not trt itta, Church
yec'y pro tern. 'second'rate may Kansas banker, is a' splendid tJlu ,- Philadelphia! ran*a centennial peal '
all other
:.- ing and te tion conkngtnt live months expeim*, duaraailue U the tfouitula ofQ.1d heentimates be,a very.economtcal force,:bat'they: ,_and Scaring aloft at.-zau cruel ion ,of ,tho genius of the ,as*. Without Mondaj, tho 1st The bells were placed ia ..'fr' ..t
9112,50,advanw.per o advertisement, ira-in Jxiuthern"Commercial Convention as five Jto one_ compared 'whbtho native Floridians, at that, should be.em To prop the arch of fnta. a dollar in his pocket he built a line nf the portion they now fill in the latter part, :. "
i b'I' S b tint These,:hv all" productive telegraph from Troy to Montreal. and 6'rwo of 1754T and on the 31st December of that
cohima., JUr. James Jennings of .aI..r loyed to comb3t.the'Indisn, shouU it li- Annul itch bait pal, nnltu 8 w.n : : ,'*,'
E. \Ny resolutions and'can'be, !much more. la or.three years kept himself before the year, they were first rung to herald the, 'w*"
: rD lid do In the
declaring to In 'Slipt vtniul
V plt bTta come' necMsary M agaIn- (wood f loom- people as president pf three lines of tel, approach of the new Since the bells .
: )fiajoxtc..71evflowiagb a of the it t the the : year, .
tit couviclion 'of the Georgia Wail
of SwlotBoa Jon-eotion a\11 8n. State pne.ldl1 ,ani and swamp craft, they are equal: to the htgtor B-V to try bowtn, JrapI.pI tt that t man of,such parts were first heard, they have announced ,the t .
Igetot.Freejaosis ; ,
Seen Carolina.
the 'Atlantic South of. bordering heaf.I!!,tobr Semlnut.while in the use of'that deadly Uoaf those of rioh r bLOQIL'Aleagthswsi.rpsmalil.,1 should be afflicted with, the .infirmities .of approach of each suceeneive year and sow: .
in this City, fur Io 3 dead nature 1 Hit affection for his they! have completed the hundredth. -
Jpt t on r e# th bt"iell pine;: fu weapon the i11 tbsy are much bis:superior pur family ltd ,-
.i '! yeaix: Hon. F.C. Barrett,Wor- t t Our lfexic iHu theircum- ft t e'a; are, (uri I.pre' ,v .Th*3kr.aloh-J gar him back; fo New 'Itapshin, wbtr the --A bmdradyun'ihendvsdyeent'w4

t .)ipfil) *$t!; Or. C., s Emory, SenJorXtfarden mercial r ad a their future bib healthy &iiiQweli: ,,and i I 4 4espertlntlngforswhfl., people daunt (or do)appreciate such taints towtriaf'ltops anl Msrlagf.s.: :
K, in this Union prpn The.swamp lands having been gran ted io aa he possesses and where, under an iTkai bom.a and Iinua : 1
; jGeorge. Foster Junior WariiojtCot tl of States, M -iretl te "cow-penned" ortnaiwred, .yield! : VP&. a"bt; ndictment.obtained the pwr pride .I !
; ; '8. BengtmTmanrerJoIusWPrlcs cause safler.ng humanity to l 3JO Ibs. of the State Qongtjss,:will! form source a* beginning of :nats t1IIIk bss.siktb.I,.be1miaC U4sf' Ai
the ,
sere. alsotrodnce lift '
etW sugar They )qsigtaj boo)Ofa:ftonj hUfiajit career, hij glorious energies are to be':
rum the 1st day July to o C revenue,to.the former as .of them .C
.J Sccretafy/Georgs W. CJe,'S Vovember/of each year, a a- dl, fine,crop*of Cuba Uibacco,orange*; valuable many ip of trs w|vfa K". iprwed,"<*brr\,<;ribbed.confinedltwth.{ "TtsppeArs by the Cost SnrrtyOatr .. '** ,
? .i.Dn1 George FJar'd 10 seaports qatn' --I--i ..tropkal product atj very ,and,'when dratnod will AqpA th*t UUti svha-M ft&Aai4 III certain ehomr tome walls'at Concord, the uteat of the shore line of the, Unite*, .,, ,rJ r
a.b1 ae' make,the'''richKt1 fa\ibe 'w rH.- WiH it,', then, be hip fruit tithe Kansas! States the : -* ]
JL Oak, with bc an. BynKciatresolution tio 7\- 3 r" .' .tht opts on Atlantic Pad o. the GoUT ', .
the subject is recommenJw'to J. : : .JJwaf,"taja tbt: Minor"whom/we:)fcave 3 Unk fails for wnt of confidence,the grand U about 15,500 miles, The land boandartw | *>'l f "1.
trardsf,John Henry tbe : ..
: S
: J rdoiays sums,. clement of bankiap T, .How can, he build Northern
, Lb. attention of the several. tstes. The : n 'Lt .before}quotdarthimnostdurbItlaco Southern, amount to at least I J
CSTlt U_estfnuUrd Mofaiiont referred These abound along',th and'aotfcf j'bfs9nstltution'In Kansas if they:keep WOamore making in aQ'2J.000. 80 tiat ...
&ollpO were ia t o rewo 1i of any Undf..:,the tii&tbeyanii ; *,coast, '1
fia usual Jumberujj which W. 0. Uawton'and,J. Jauaitt of irs, the consisting .:of rims W rfear/erackteg.: stons in New; HampshfreTtdddly tbS'distance around the; Union it equal t*'
a 'c Ggrrta.abtrp.. ; ".Cb.co laf MSO>'d'ntrift 0* wvtrpd o.lfa'nl. the'm st' recently formed,.*a4 tw contla* count .on > fa QBgbt, tti,ba pardoned, ,and' go three quarter ef the 4Utan*: mpths -3 '
$ d d SUcna eI hti .jI -: '
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uccwEIK LA t F.O.Ct1aOpEo.. '. "TLOSIBA. 1WL- MO'm. .., ii _:- ; -_'- "FLOEIDA. ., _...S. MAIL". -. STEAMZBS,

ARRIVAL OFTHE C NADA I AlUUVtD.JM. XTOTICE Is ,*a,tsaBteckbolden "s esS.IIstUIIbS. ,,.. ;:1a5- '.'' ,r, : tifitaibb! : : jltij ,mit.uteasSv : .."I A ADr -_ .

niurax.4an. 17. I '1-., of tail Cawpsdry ariUawbneVgf -at ill' ', .G2hYIXQEOUtA -t' '.i. TI6tC5'rOA5.&TLa 24 TO 3Osovw
.Canada Us .1& Brig B 2t PraaeoU BMd BavavukIT the of .the'Coespaav k J.kflo viUe- m Tn.hI' skit I4iatins hUlL.f'eftI
The Koyal M U steamship Glhin N ,M' lavlutnr.. K en. N T. Tbandty.the 221 day of ''sbasahr7,toe ihs pie- 1sal oath SECOND MONDAY .TUX CAXJinrA wm very5aftcrd CBAUMeIr'It

arrived With Liverpool advice to.tbe N 19-S covtkMM 4)t) M:*.< ,COUNTING. HOUSE ALMANAC.f; <. $;I&JP.M. .,.. #

-U full one'week later than those by the SI 20UWWiUmxtoa, \TetX J .Y- .aingyvar.B k*' ail* 1'r.Moot, C.UUM P.1T. (xsm PALATKAerery J?y T A. -VICQLLjA-

Baltic.LtvcarooL. CLEARED. /.rdat of the Board of XKrectnrsOEO : i wbowiQ'Waid., by anexperiemad aadaoarao, ::83L 10 A M, sad JACKSOSVilJLK. X i.:

J fiM31i quotes W. CALL, Secretary, i tent Faov'ty of Prutessur MIl Toacber ia tb q. FLORIDA wUi.sveCHAILTtJYVS'iT
11 A
for 8-Selw JokmlUrt. Smith, Bortoa10 J oaarv 15.18SS A -. TmtUy, at J P.31. JUtank, wt1.ecPALATLA
un-kr impnmn; tendency 44 visa deparhaant* ,A WIlt tboroagb sad stadedooane I .. .
N :
Gotten an -Bark Hajla Pet.rfon T. S*/ Sales fut the week G3ooo .. 11- KoaMth l; BtlUanes.M 'For Welaka.. Pta. of ". solid aad otaavaastal isaded I &iday3L
strict mfaUIhig. Brie 4lCD'ta. 3 P.M, JACKSONYILLK
Uu lastitutioaAppKcaiioH ; ,
I '
bale exclusive of 800 to speculators &nfI15X "-Scar Friacb Naotoa. Dorr, K Y. r. PaUtU aiwf JnUrmtliatiairJCSJ L.dgw.'Tb. > for admwsioa''. be mad Ii8o. EE I ; Tbe*. StoaaMTs weal widt.a tb* hststan
a to the
Fair dlJI ed at 5 1-2 N 12-Brix 6 P 8w'w Piet're. BtNtoaw : Stage ef Last fflorVU.. and tsmAto WIt war
i".I-.I .M.'h14
to inspector waajr ttaiaerEClIIUlUaDCaWXOLE President or to the Rev Wat I KeHh t Wsart adr
5 S-4 miMIing 5 5-1. N 17-Brk StanJerioei Tbomriaoa. Fra M. ** Secretary IU\"DO. lL i i frv with the!.. Trk SteamshIps Cawlina BaflmiPieolata .
to tb Board'Trustee Tb
axoddTmg; fair uplands N 18-..Brig rtuuthm. Warns UaaJaioap wm toMIa. Vlaka oa Wrerular bicbrfaara-toraf .In.f. sail 1fiJamp. '

TraJe in Manchester unchanjwd. Floor U **-Schr V riflith, PlummeT, Barbadoca.w trip of TUESDAY. tWSOib bwUat and this Seminary of tevttinf tite-aeaWulnea of it* arraag- 9 t!, W**to rxscuto, at4o Faisagefesa 0.isJsekwCi, .:r.
Canal closed at will .do other iboulduffieient Vautiv aadlb* mnraBty aaJ iatoHigac of the
M qiict and unchanged; U ric Mrr .. ClifforJ M hia *o every Tuesday, it 1sflPI0"fl,2f.1( aad FaUtka.tlOL ,
Ohio 47 Philadelphia 53s. Corn le.6d. S.&hr NiitiLl Eaton BaUiaiore 314.U eaeoarareiaeat be Ktvea. tomtsaaity ia wbick it I* heated all eomsea4 Boats .r.Ut..zeeoa:1l.n *to ab.it.1aiisisk for farther .,. *"
*, 21241:552128
43*, 47. Provisions, firm, Lard is earier. "-Brig O B Cwkmius Wright BaaaUra. Freight throw rb 1. a ad from \feiaka,same at to'the. liberal patmaag of tb* people uf the Stats. '28 29 tjJK- I 29 'r1cL CaaffastaaT; tBXLLZCBASSXmGA
to .4 Palatka ral*. g;H..LAFITTEAr Agent. ByasdervlbeIl.a4a fTrydorip- 'FBS'T. I 2 3 A..' _I : .
.4 CaW *
firm. Consols clod *)- Carotin, Cork. ci'- *, -
stuck are JeeZMn WM J ruiBiwiTf11nni4nsi
American J 2a ISS5 tt KEITH.BenOVI8IUNB. -I--I-i ,
19 Schr Look Walsh Eat Baltimore Ml autry |, 8 9 10 5 8i JsekxoarffiILHHETft.

at tK34.The MEMORANDA. For Augustine.. l> te. tioaof 12 13,14.IS 16 Il < i7i8 l'uIklcfte' .Palatka.
only item of general interest was :ilS 120,21, 23 23 24 --1 -a
received IO421nD242SI\
the fact of the Contention Vienna' jvroJMO Baltimore. Jaa 11.Arrived schooner Jane, .41 The ateamer ST''JODJiS: Captain J TeST New T.rkc by brig 0. L. Saekaaa. 'tram. Job Prialia- 6 '. |28 27,23,29,30.31 I Itil1 : La.8Ial. 2r'a.r B.edu.oecL. ..
of farther hoeUiI'MS fro,*Jrk oevinr,Florida a< FtctBAKX, will make a trip to uu'. Ssr't. ti.
**'* a postpniemeflt The br'n Do MO. Bnzen. from this port arrindat St Angnrtine leaving Jacksonville the 28 h >atant. 30 barrel Mf Pork 141&.87.6110 l : ; < T'81: Cabin ,Patsa'ifreas GUtrletton_,. .

fur two weeks thus affording another New York on the 6th instant and arrivinr ta St Augustine the Mm day. .20. ". Iliram Smith's Flour, Tbeatenticsoflho..1 ,1I12UJ14U i. flit lilt 1114 K BuslatMCaraa, York Tmtxif Dollar I t
to cundude a peace. from thia arrived January 20. -' 25 half barrel Iliran Smith' Flour I 19I92021222)34! ,
jpportunitr The arh<' Pilot Flab port : tIC 111 19W122i21242S2627 CoUeJ .Sfat"latl lii, '
The Allies hare 300 pins now open before at Basics on the Bib instant 2 tierce Sugar Cared Uam. new, wishing PrlaU. '25 6 21ttq{ 2930' 1I' -29 I .Visit!*? Card., .. .
FOR SALE.A 2 h0thsd Bacoa Side and Shoulder, ,.I NEW YORK AXD CHARLESTON .
Sebastupol and alter a bombardment :12' .14' S 6 7 ((30_-;-_-- .e.- ?

of f,rtv-eight hours will storm the place, Cast Florida State Seminary.Oca a, Fla. *.A VERY eomrortable udeotivenieat MUll I. 12 14 bos firUas. Cheese Oosheo BuUer, don particulariy L.t 8, 10M! Kill/ .U Oct'a.. h1; 2! 1 4 K 6 Clrcalsr. STEAM P PACKETS .
SCi ft. Asgn.ins: SMU the City It eontain 15'16 17 14 19,20:21: I T'' Ri 91411211 -
far SEetuLT.
OB tIle south side. They only .rait a I'I1E EXERCISES of thin lartitation ..re. 2 tierce Leaf Lard, aa.it 'uot ta oSot. ( .) ;
six besides ball t and 22 2124' 2&2728 20'
pmns. a aa pantry : 25 14 W It 17 1 Iq
vorable opportunity. I famed on M P47 the 15th J ADaVI. under three pleatut pin** It ba. a goo! ki.... a 6 kgi a 1 293O-----| |'2t2r,422627 Hand unii. KASlfVILLE, 4'SOOtoas-M Bz ,Comm.

Ropers, iron merchant, of London, has tbocoatinseldire.zi&uotJOfts U.BOVBAX, AM carriage boor. stable sad fodder house, and awash 6 half bane Fulton Market Beef Terns InvariablyOrdrs MarJfKS- _'_t a 3 l *, 5 iT'i29'3031---' MARION 1200 aoa.-W..I.FaJU*
a* Principal. The high aUnJard of aohulanhipa house The lot i sad No 1 aclerel in barrel aad lit, I 1. l13 l\\ __!_ ii S Show Hilts '
&iloil fur a large amount. quite a spaoioo ass, a 9 11),11,12, JAMES ADOER 1200 ton*- .Co TfUUt **
l dteripliiM aimed at, and the ample Faculty h. It Banana aadPoavranat galmun ia kit. l t7 CAS. : 14 15
some leD or twenty Peach. 16 17J13.19202122J23342526 4 51"! 7 R 9 10 -
Soule. provided for the Sminrr, give it claims to pnUlmpatronage tree; a.. Soar Oraagi and Fig 20 fad Uverpuol Groaad Salt, "fillj r 11 12 1114 U 16 ITiP Bills of Lading.Bills SOUTHERNER, 1000 ton*. T.D.EwAa, 9 ;

CenfrettionalProcecdtnsi which have Iae..tulure bees scknowledg- Trees and two well of good water 1 cask Dried: Apples from tae .fl1, ,?2 3Q.3I--! 1ft 2ft 21 W 2124g Lean Adgvr Wharves every Wdaaay stl -

W .IIIM.TOliJan.l1, ad, and, at DO de.tine will heretofore U allowed Apply to Mr FitBSAi, of Jacksonville, or to S barrel Apple, '--- --; t 2 ; 39 30- of Fart, Saturday afternoon after tb* TrrtnMf__.i afraeatbs5.stbaed.
The Senate to-di/ debated the Judicial UMM partiu-ulara, aad improvement will,'from fro LAcmmra SJcttsiAimii, of Savannah or to Bu kwbeat Flour in sack awl box*, and a CssaswiUbe t 2' 4: SJ8.7 8: Die's -J.---, ,! 1 Wa*. .<

Reform Ur.L '. time to time tie introduced i&reuwd prosperity Mrs An! MAKV of St.Augnitio. full aswirtment of Provbion and Grocerie of all 'IOIt:1201114.1SI' I 2 llll"r| : 8 Labels The** toaatbips were avflt xpr *sSy Ibr B%>

There actand in Diplomatic circle M confidently expected. After a MUOB of great January 201855. kinds, and for ala by aroaytl/szveatoi.. 117 19 19 20 2122| 23 1PIOiII> It 1114 15 LI.*, and for safety eoatfutt aad speed an aa**.' II
the numbered Lit be Ja 6. 185S MILLER A .McJg ?: vafled the coast.
Seminary ary en
depreagioo, year 4 2S 26 2t 28J29.30 ,16171819202122 *
his at ? ; j
}fr. Junk is chilled with reception tweea seventy and eighty linden, drawn from | Private Boarding.AA bl Table supplied vita scary luxury. Atautiv,
J .
Jos.7.Bow .- -
;t .
Court and there is a talk of hill resignation. varioo part of the State. Good board my t>eoUained THE subscribes respec-tfully inform the Jacksonville Nursery. Jp -,-, ;,- 24IZI262T29J9.n----- and courteous commanders wM insets tresilom h.: '

Ja all IK offic.al intercourse lie has encoun- on terms ai low a* any where in East Jjet.public that he i. prepared to accnaiaridat a 0-P- ..- by this line every pc U* 1CI8Ilod. aimas1.e

Urod the most market through _zing Florida.: The hcafth of Oca.* was very good linute number of families or single persona with T SUBSCRIBERS; respectfully call the *t- dation .- a

lie is completely .1-a.nUl.ed(no throughout the year There were very few eaiei good board at reasonable rates. tenSion of the eitiiom. (. Duvll and adjoining For freight or paang. havteg ljuat Msl T : 1
pol.ttnttK. llimselfand of ri Lnem, ( hill an-1 fever) nil of wbkh very : The house in situated in a pleasant part of the etiuutiaa,to their haw atctioa uf T 1ST OF LETTERS*MCMAISIXC IN WINTER MAIL ARRANCEMES8 rood Sceommodatioa, apply to '

fashionable society. family readilv yielded to the aimptrit medical treatment I town corner of Ocean sad Monroe itrect Jack. Fruit Tree*, Grape Vines, Hasp- -L* ia th* Port Otfe*Ira Jaekrat.oa ta. lit .NORTHERN MAIL via.Savaaaah or Cbarlestoa HENRY MLAOO7cimarhsass.t7.4 j

entirely isolated.Charlttlon. 1 be tenui of toitiao are aa low aa tboe of any In- i onville. Flo Ida A. COY. day January 183$. stases at 9 0'. -kPM MoUyThursdays.SOUTHERN Cablo passage t .- $20.M

titatioa of a slimIer grade in the Strath The Fa.- I January I. 1855-t berry Gooseberry, Currant, .A KMBSH. Michael i MAIL ..* at 10 o'el A.JI, Stee.Vge, - B of

Market.CHARLUTOS. olty wh.complete.will com it of four Initructon I Cherries, Honey Suckle Ambry, A C to en Sunday and Wednesdaya.WESTFRN 2fT.lS-ly .1
For Sale t l>f.
.. 17. two la the Male sup two in the Female DepartmentFACULTY. or An.lersonSP2 Lawton. flY MAIL ektMiat 3 *'.l ck, P.II. .

Sales cf Cotton to-day 2.400 hales, at I 4*, WITH or Without Furniture, the weDJt Althcas, Adkin.Ge.. Lk'd w U Sunday and Wdneday tnilcU States Mail Use I

JOBS Q. BOWMAN, Prin-ip. known PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, occupied and other William Lea Job ARRIVALS.K&RTHERX .
G and 8 1-2 cents. plant, now for *al on the ground of Athertoo, -
ffic s raagiog between .-----willLe.aiiutUed,) by Mr*. Taylor. The house b Urge and Oliver Wood, Esq fronting the Plankroad. B Land James MAILarrivatituadayfndWcdae scnW'EUI.T.. : .

Good Middling closed at 8 18.to 8 l 14X"ne All. nt in Male I>epartmeat.Mm. commodious and situated oa Bay ctreet A rare ALSO Balledsa. Mr Le*., It II Capt lxys;.1 will be distributed ia about oM hour NEW YORK ASD SAVANNAH.fS .
R BACcnoe opportunity i is now offered for any one wishing to John 31BOyaIJP
VIRGINIA Baker S W Lahmaa after the arrival of the mail steamers
York Market.Krw Assistant in Fem- Department. engage in the business. vr to **.-are a roomy family SAWMILL, CIRCULAR HAND and other saws, M SOUTHERN MAIL artless oa Monday sail aad after March Ua .aodpteadU, '.
It residence Apply on the premises, te lengths and gangs to suit this market all (rumIlaksw.ll i Edward 2 id'WbeI steamship
YORK Jan. 17. Miss. Lcoioiu It KOCAU Blanehard n It MigrMos. Thursday nights and will be ready fur delivery at
shows, de- Department of Miuie.Profusor : January, 1353-iL A A. OCIIUS. A Co. M wuf..dory. Saws from this ci- flied, 8 McRee .A C office hour on the uvirndlg ensuing. FLORIDA 1300. it S.Won 1oL
nncttaneed. Flour a
tabluhmeut hire been
Cotton Bown!, the I'nncipal U well known | sloG Reward. thoroughly tested in this Bond Jobs IT. McRea. Duncan WESTERN MAIL arrive on Tuesday and ALABAMA 1300 too*-Capt. 0.It 5cxkirK.,
OLio to $9.25. region of and to be tb. best
$8,75 country proved *
dine tendency. throughout South Carolina and nod: of the Snath very Braxxel, Mr. MiKay Bachu Friday mornings at t o'clock, aad will bo ready AUGUSTA 1300
BANA WAT from the subs iber. the llth .rer offered in this market for cutting the pine tau-CapL
accefc'fu m
era Statef, a* a most eiperten.-ed B3rr Reuben Murray,CaptaiaMcNaily. fur deiitery at ofiU-o hour thereaftar.
CBimcrelal Concent ion Adjourned. Ibttractur. Dr. Tharnwcll, PreuJent of the South /%! Jane lu'. his negro man MOOSER- He timber of Florida. Brown P F Patrick 2 OFFICE HOURS. .? '

NEW OKLEAN, Jan. 16. Carolina Col'.ege! in writing of ifr B> wman iay: XV iii about 50 yean of age, awl ht a lump Ju.it received and for sal, Canal Flour, Pork, Crown Capt. Myers William From 81-2A M until 1 p.M. sad from 2 1-2 Will leave New Vorkaa4 8avaa,..r rT

Commercial Convention "I ehall ever remember with .rr..t OD and gratitude M 1&.5 rehead about half the sits of a pigeon Refined Sugar, Champagne Cider Ptiot Bread Brand,James McCormiek. John BBealell p.) uta 6 P.M.Jacksansill. VTEDXESDAT Alf] .ZZS AY.

The Southern of the Committee the teat, 4Jigcn e and ahiHty with which be e;g, by which be can be readily identified SodA and Sugar Cracker by the barrel coffee by Joseph 4 Mathews. William P 3 Nov 18, 1354 C These ship are .- i La adjourned. subject to a call taught me the print iplei of Greek anj Latin Philology 1 The above reward b effered for hi* apprehension the sack, RABID, Soap, CAB lie, Starch and Candies C McElhinav. Rose, vn"tp-as tpeed safety or mmfart-aiakiay- .

of artWt1fltflt5.MOSCMLWT '" Governor Manning,a Trustee of the College and dalitery either to the subscriber or the by the box, Pore Otwben Butter by the firkin Cox PhillipCannno.RII Mitchell, Miss RUss Dr. A. Uphain.aVEGETABLE it.. r passage* ia 60 to 60 boar aad ar* oounaa' .

layi: "It aCur-ls me unninal (.leisure to jail..r.t Jackaoaville JOHN L'ENGLE. from where the land flow with milk and N ? deal by kOlfal, careful and polite offlcer Tb* _

: TO THE McKDERCO BL U:.. bear my testimonv to the high qnalifi:ationi of Jacksonville, Fla. January 20. 1955- !f honey New York City Cured lltmi Clark Peter ;ortoO, LoaM Capt. A C B* : C; KE FOR LES7"i.illTt iaJLlL offer a most desirable etarreyaae to New Yrk. .j '
in d. 2J-tf N. UCQRWIN 4 CO. 0 PILES. .
Cabin '
John G. Bowman, A 31. to fill the Prof.C'Onhip Curry W A passage, $25. -
one citizens of Louisville! have erected a or Cmvenity in this country .Mr.Domaa' For 8a'e.A James 0..1.! !. in lernal or external and all affection of th* ..
CiRege Carry
any Steerage passage. - V:
taonnmrnt to VT. 11. G. Itatler. the teacher : acqairemeal.pl..him in the rank of the LIKELY young NEGKO MAX. t1'enty-eiz *S.* Conner, W !2 Ogtlvi. ElisaUtb MIS.ZozM.mnSIrs. Bowels,-for Liver complaints Dyspepsia Cotrveoes *- PADELFORD PAY
Lone CO. .
;EestanrantCi.Tr.SaSIO.XED Biliousness of the affections
impuretie* Blood -
( Kholan of tile State,which it more thin proved year old,sound and healthy, and aa excellent P
j ret
ahot by Matt. W.r-L It is an elegant piece C of the Lang, ash many other dve, Agent ia Savaaaaa:
President carpenter.For
the f.i4th\t Dr J II Thnrnwell Oeo W Price A
by Carlisle SAMUEL L.XlTC ELL. .
enumerated ia the direct
built of Italian marble and the S. C was sheeted under his au further particnlan. apply at this ofiss. TUJ would Cbrlell.Partride., Wm. more particularly iocs. '
*f wnrkratnhip of College inform the eiti. Capita, Prepare aai sold by the original proprietor at DOT 19-Jl 13 Broadway New Yark. ,_
I beside otbera who h"\e risen to deferred Janstry 20 1833-tf. X Zeus of Jx.-luo.iT.Ue I Peed, Thont John
pie8 many aa viciaity th it he Caine Dmpy
The : hi* MeOk.il oftM No. J81
inscriptions Fourth
feet in height. *. street N. Y
about ten I ,li tin tiiin in the State. Af a writer and Iso'v t N'.? 'C-. baa Btt*I up the rooms formerlT ourupie by CI.melJtl. J A Pirgnian. SingletonCsnha sail by his agent throughout the United State PLIUIA.\L.\I sihAM biup LI.M;

*,a its idcs are as follow: public fpe.iker, his Ulenti are ackaowlelgvi beof X C BUFORD, Admia!.t foflhe Z- the Republican office a* a RESTAURANT, in a *, BeonaaCarnnm Price, OliverPomroy and Canada. Th g-jooine ba aignatar ia BCTWEIX '.. ,
'\ II. G. Itntlcr born in JeflVT- a cry high or Jer But abmre thee high qu tlfirati ISAAC of William G Rr .rf, late of this county style wntch be thinks will give CUef&IIatU..fflL Capt. Daniel E 2Coot. my own hand writing Sold bv, New Port ana St. Marks )
.Has rtan J his character aa moral worth U. It will be his aim to famish th*choke*vf WINES, Sinai L Pmnemaa. E IIPeuock
deeased bt\
Indiana October 3d. 1825 died I tug .!*d in my office a wri'ten m. MCMILLAN.
sun conntr ; wb modest senjibility an J purity LIQUORS anal SEGAOS aol R M D rn
M a gentleman ve anaxceptionaUe Carr Rufus I
I ftttvn of tfe! I&solTency of said Estate. This i*, dc7-3t Apothecary Hatt
at LnuiVilIe. K,'.. 'o\. 2d 1653. On the of life and sentiment j'4ac-e him in an envitble po- tb.r'rre, to notify all person hiving demand duty OYSTER and GAME SUPPERS. In abort to Cowart Win. Jr. Proctor S A : NEW ORLEANS. i S .

rever rt UA mm without fear and without .jt iou with all who know him Mr Bowmtn may prove-1 and .utbentb te I in the offi. of the gave coiDplei situf <.t*. to bj ptr-n Clark James R NEW STORK ALSO
of and rvtir'in-; dipn&tion.t.fcleai well be regarded as an invalnUe arquint>sa to A couple of toe BILLIARD TABLES will D Robert. Cornelia 4IIETWEEN
reproach prntle ; JuJga of Prubale fur Duval the
m'n-l .literary IIr social euamnnity wh-t may be soIntonate county by seventeenth soon be added to his .. *tli bmentde Darl'njj, Fleary N Rice Edwin 31Dyier Produce, Groceries & Provision SAME PLACES AD
'OtlUl.Jilih.j of which
and vrpirom ; an day July next ensuing, at time
him MCmlier of U" ."- ( JOHN Roberts, John .
as to are < A
ed scholar devoted and Iqlet-essfuI l teacher there will be a pro rata distribution the reacts of AMrCCHX have retivda KEY WEST..4
; a I Judge O'Neall. Pruident of the Court of Appeals > Dodge, Capt. SoUaoaDuenkel Rice Charles R MILLER
laid estate the creditor thereof. stock of
; a meek and humble Clin!Uin. On I aol !.thirty. is yean aTntstess of the Given Groceries &:. Tlermaa Ron, J-'hn S s.'lThe regular aa steamship FAUPI.b4a.IRO *
under hand and the ml I lit t V -
the north side ; lie rdllv the bands of S C College says: "Of Mr Bowmtn'l qnaUficatkms Court of Probate my of Dnval e at the THE rabicriber. hivins pafhaMl the stotk of D* Lyon J WDaniel. Rodger. Captain CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Eldndge. matter will ply .

violence in tIle prwnrc of bin loving pupils ': to fill any chair in a College there is no doubt Probate office ia Jacksonville county, this, the L Gro.erie.of Mr. S N. Williams, respectfully .J P Robe-lsoiK. Betsy AND PROVISIONS, maneptly between above pieces sad New Orltoor.hing .
dschareefdnty" I Few men s* him as a writer ant orator His solicits the patronage of the public lie will always Danfbrd. W. Richard A Co at Apalacbkola and Pcnsacola aaSiac
a to his lelity in the rorv seventeenth day of Jallaar,. A.I. 1355. at their Nw Store in Some' New Block, oa Bay '
the couth ;de. This UJltuu.1 t-h.irictcr is shore er-eption" Governor Richard- FELIX LININGSTON, ke.p on banal a full supply and fresh SUh.kof Dy***, EHki.1 2oeeDtbl A Co street which they will **U cheap-for cash aaj regularly hereafter on the 12th aad 27th af aacS a
On fII
son say: "From a bag and intimate acqaamtan e of FAMILY GRUCLRIES E Row A'Um (tea CASU ONLY. moath from thi port and oa 7th and 22d af 'C
jan20-da Judge Probate Dual
taent U erected by his pupils and a ..\- : with J..hn G Cowmao A M, I can confidentlysUte County which h* will cell on rr *>nable term My Stock Eilton Colanit R,an, Ellen Miss They will keep on haul its 11 time a supply of mouth returning from New Orl.ULThe .

*d commun ty, t of his worth and to perpetuate their horror a mnet able aa sno-eefal Instructor, and In the ( the North. Rouse, George Capt. BUTTER CHEESE, SUGARS. ran ia connection with the PampeiOk to Key"

at his murder." rourse of an eminently useful experien e at tnrh. W. G. Bancroft Cah House, Dec 2-3m. JOHN S.TOWNSEND.tYho -. Mr*. Rowse, Joseph MOLASSES Ac.. Ac, West (touching at Cedar Key and Tampa to-. a. .

Thi in nut a monument to the his preprred mme of the most dstiD"OPU: fote.1 gentlemen 253255 Kin? Street "taaU these Uo u. J)ip.aeef* Finn William Robert Isa for tbe Wholesale trade [nor 25-tf king freight and passenger from Pacgpet b> -
more of So (lh ConJina to meet the requirement Cliarittton, S.C. A TUB UNDERSIGNED hive a Friel Hugh 3 S Spanish Hole (accessible anchorage ia tb* Si.
'&- man than the murderer $t.r, on of a Celei! :ate es".iu ttioa.wh- have bbttine I the ARE now receiving oar usual large and JsV'Kop for the manufacture of BOUTS open aol Fisher Tnrnv F Fpecr J G The MagnolIa House. Marks Bsy) 4
the tOTe of all e.t"S" is his crime Letters aol in _filellC8." WE Louis S SbrouJ. John P Capt 2Sivaia Both steamers have Ca
stone higne places m public I extensile assonmcat of SlICES, on the corner of Newnaa aol For- Foster, Capt. St.Attfust'Mt, End -. aceoouaoJatMoa, axtC.
in words that no atonement can ; Extracts from otheriertifioate might be rivenAH Fisher. J B AFloyd HiramSyiienhvn aflori the traveling publis both eoavsaiance aa4xpeditioa. .
engraved it ehtrat.ler Fancy & Staple Dry Good tyth streets, neat dour to store formerly ojcnpi 1by Moses ', OW un.ler the management Kn STOLL. .
much better fur tlieerim'nAl's testify to his eminent roonl purity Sira -
wash away. flow J:B HowelL They have re.-eived a new anommod-itkio be hid .
: own memory if he ha I nrereJ -to hu talent a> a writer an I orator, an 1 express for Spring Trade and are prepared to offer greater of m"teriall..1 in the quality and style supply of F:biaa. vj Smith Zepeniah B Rate oI'bou.l tl 1,30 diy fir upon TRANSIENT appltevSot. I For further particulars and arraagnMOis *W

. his deed. sin-ere regret that a MO.- of duty to himelfan in Inement* than ever before to Cash Custom mnaf.h.tures, h-ive no doubt of p!.ising th: Farewell Clement B Silcox James BOARDERS Every per attention win N conveyance of Negroc Hones anal such like,bvquire .
for bloo-ly to
same legal penalty lea. his nitive State We there Stewart, r.rsel3 paid of
1 fABB.IT in liu-c him to s ers. utri-tly to our established custom public, a hica we now sash to gire n"a trial. Fontaine. ScipiftFern'tn promote the comfort .I and DANIEL LADD
guests exertion
Tb. following are the rates of Tuition per term f ONE PRICE ONLY.Charleston. 1Ie.rJ-2ua BACKMAM MARCHER let, Frank Shim-i', S M D made to ire s-Ui.VtK> by the subscriber.every New Port October 30. 19S4-ly. _decaL .

GCOBCIA ItocMuitr L'vrv-In the u. S. of five months ,U : ,J. 20.1655. ((6m) FOR-SALE. Friel. Patrick Sawyer, E J T Capt 2Timmtnrun '!My frien Is from the North ant South vbitingSt OPPo91Uon.: ,

Supreme Court at Wa hinjtim Monday, Spelling, .. $6X 8 00> JACK WILLS. Jan. 1855. undersigns offers h* place, west of the (Thor.THaiel O ,John Augustine mv bs pletre-1! to bear I bare CARRYING TUe U. ..L1ne.
and THE
was taken up the case of the State of Florida. Spelling, Heading ani Writing. -Geogralby.wilha THE SrBFCRIBER offer for sale two Ms, : limit of tb* '*>wn of Jacksonville! OooR r"pt Tomb., Emanuel interested myself for he snjces of this House sail tETTESV
con1da'nant. rt. the State of Georgia. Primary Primary 12.00 N'i 23 find 27, immediately west of his rrsidenve fur a ite. There are two lots bounded oa the (runt, Samuel L Tb/Kna*. James T nothing shill be wanting. ,
north it 1 south by streaU. The situ ttion is H 3Gunhe Dee -tm B- E. CARR Palatka Pla, and Savannah Geo.
The arpinxnt .n the motion ur)Ir. Attorney and English janC-4t JOHN L'ENOLE. e an Green Chirle Track, Joshua .. fj

.' General CuMiin to intervene in thiente Arilh Grammar netic. Geography- - 1500 high and he iltby.aa I baa on it comaoliotu building Mr Taylor Rv S W EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS. (Jaiaidta2Lswny.}
r. D. Oak.Reel's *. .lt ILatel among fine shade tree for summer, Gilt9rtFr.lrickU Tonrman. E Via IMcolaia B aci
in behalf or the United States wa The N*tnrl .Siiea-. History Rhetoric XTTELCH A GRIFFITHS, hum fine C and is protected from the cold north-west winds of TboenaisRlurtII
. . 1800 { New II _. \V, Fla., sudS!. Mary'Dn IL
BnilIng,1 Circular Saw of
aol ] sue
continued by Mr Cadger of counsel (or the Logic, winter Tbe place has on it also an excellent well John AlUrmih Taylor M try Mr every including sirlet:.and .
of)hlbem:r.. Ancient ITojpns, Saw for Dante Ceo. .
The high branches JockxintiUt, JJa. the Portable SAW MILe, from 42 to 84
and i iI the best to be found
of of VUsino
I Mr. W connset water carJ..pot
rspondentand ,\ ElT{0 fT, A R Mr
Lanaag, Moral and lote'-! KEEPS hircl fine of the i inbe in di-uueter-together with Gangs Molcy .- tCZZ.: TIlE Steampacket WELAKA.i3rSTm .
{ to the constantly on a aenoct..d anywhere in the vicinity tows A E RiCiaVanpelt ':
for the complainant in opposition laded Philoorphy - 25.00 metal of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FANCY dec 16-tf 0. HART. Hertz WaJlaanmau. V Mill Croat Cutt Pitt, I other kin-Is. : Capt. X. kiso, leave* Palatte 1.

atot on. Music ('in Piano an I iiuiur) ioJudiogase GOODS, whUibe vffen fur sol cheap Hull S F Mr harass new erelebri' s... bue Lees ia extensive very Monday mornm; at 8 ': -

0:1 Tie 'daythe argument on the motion of Instrninects, - ZOO fur..h Ins vent NotIce Ctpt.JoBAthu2Vanli, Peter use, at the North West the list twenty-five year, Arrive at JacksuaviUe ma rttiutty aa*

intervene iu this cause in behalf the U. With such a Fa..nlty,the Board of Ela atioaconfilcaUy ;- iratche Repa-red and ITarrented.vra. ptATALINA C. SKIFF .D ltntriz. and II ITimor.art.Th tfDU \. raJlbD. OIlarJing aol ten considered by competent Judge the best Usv** Tuesday monaingat3odocksatiad

States continue by Mr. Ienien of appeal to the public fur a moat lihera! O M muel Cre pn, Administrator of all and singular Simetn V mad. the inUnneJiate place abov*. f- .
wa in patronige. They are de'ermine-1 that every de- the goo-Is, chattel, right ICD 1 erliu of Capt. XToodfield.WoodFS. William nuf4CtnreJ by them &II I for eels at their Through fare from Palatka FieolaU sad Black
ransl: for the respondent, opposition tment shall roolinue to Le ably filled ant faithfully GrohpVATCII ( George F. Skiff, late of this county,deeased, btv. liuliD StilmiiaUcrring warehouse-No 436 Cliff-If. New York. Greek -.18 0)

thereto ani concluded by Mr. Attorney pa! aJminUtereL \ MAKER AND JEWELRY. lug this diy del in my office a written suggestionof Simon J 3 Ward Rrrruercg.a Through fare from Jacksonville, I- 6 00 .

General Cashing in support of the motion. J. X MclXTOSH, Sec'y (In LIe room fdjoining tht ftt.) the insolvency tail estate: Jone William;M A Findlay. Fin-ILijs Iron work Meson Gee Through ti:ket* are furnished from JaeksrviD

Board of Education E F. SUte Semiiury.tola C HAVING returned from Europe again nil u, therefore, to notify all persons having Capt.Job William;, June where Saw f.ir the Portable M-1I can obtained to Charleston for _.- 800 .'

FRO* Socrn' A.urt"Uates from ,Jan 2O4t.GEORGIA jH'Bi* begs lese to offer his service to his old lemnD-ls against said estate, to Ue the same, duly Johnson J.markl,31n A Wilkinson P 31Johns'on Fairbanks A Co., Jacksonville, Fla. IZT Tb* WELAKA CODMCU with OM fit tM '!
or ecembcr *" rice b and the public generally With his proved and ulhenitcated, before the Judge of JothA"Atkilllrora. Thomas 2 Albert Lwejny Art Union Mill*,Dari."Geo. New York and PhOaJcIphia Stoamahip from So
Carthaprr.a to the 14th confirm MILITARY lrobate of Daval the ninth of Bradley Savannah. vanaab .
experience for the tart twenty-six years, a* a County, by day Juhn- John II (IlorWillums J" eph Giles "eryredDetda,
the total defeat of Mrlo and his partyat Watt:hmaker, he hope to gite entire catufaHion May next, at which time there will le a pro rata of Mr. Tay.Wes 1 James MitLbeL M f RK.DCEEPalatka.
the 4th. after obstinate INSTITUTE. distribution of th assets of said etat the Joseph car Montgomery Iron Work Montgomery Ala. ASIVT J BISBEE A CA S
Popota on retnBce to "those who wish toha\e their work done ia a amongst K Waltsr Solomon OV A JacboavC. t '

.. <*f two days with great lf bfrarkun pilE Eighth Session of them In titatioa will workmanlike mvmer.f creditors thereof. Keeffe, Robert Winston, Dec. 9.-3m.Denta aly8-tf (S.M. LAFFITEAU.SavaBaaa.8TEA3I k ,.

; the rcvijut'-onift. Gen.. Ilerrvra JL commence on the 20th of Fslmary. tf Watcho. Clock, aol Jewelry repaired at Witness my name as Judge of Probate aol the I I KiTr, Reuben Xotlee. .
**al of aU Court, thi th* ninth day wI I, CO.UIU51CA.TIOS.
notice. July 8-tf 1 will : I
shortest letter
the of the abov .
was killed and other pmminent Officer Aea lemle S'afl" 1. 5* November is the rear of our Lord one Persons wishing any W S BOSTWICK would ren>ectfally &T"&U.
Mrlo and ClfIrlft pi.ue say they are aJrertised or they may a.itgttbein. I inform the citfiensof J...m.ili. and his vicinity. -
wounded. Gen. hundred
badly many Col A. V Biirnir A M Sap.rintenlent an I thonMad eLfht and fifty-four. WM. GROT11E. P M.ja. Savannah andFIorfit
Th -
Clothing b '
fcua ? partis3aswrreeaptureit.Thc Professor of M dhem c.. People's FELIX LIVINGSTON, that snug opeae I in olh.in the Digueriaa *

dates fnnn CaJIao are lit the 8th of Capt. SAvret JOVE U S ACoamuLuit of A"D J of Probate DttvafCeonty.November .61553.J Gallery on Fonytb street will attend to all branches .-, of DENTISTRY
December. The Peruvian Government Ca fet. sal Profeuxr( Enjlneer'n DRY GOODS STORE.At II.'lJ1-. jlcfi>beri Btker.AUORNEY careful mvmer.t in t'ae most approved sad FBKCBOBS, will packet lesv ST JOHNS Cap 4

forces vnfcr ('. Moraa were defeated after Mr.Ie V II Uxe ET. Professor of French history. ( th. sign of tie GIANTS RED CAP,) Notice. AT LAW SOLICITOR IN V Nerve of aching teeth destroyed without morning at 10.o'clock for Savanaah Palatta every Tbaiwday all .
his frien 1 and eit. .A LL PERSONS indUd to tile Zstats of MkbTjL dec2-2ra "if fl
> the of Domin.f returns thank to pain. intermediate
a fierce troop AM Professor of point ,.
y Mr W TI Ilnrr Chemistry FMODE NOTARY PUBLIC .Wr"
set Heara daoaaaed ooti- CIIAXCERY .j
Moraa _. I'urronndingcountryfor < < *ea, are hereby This boat ba beea built
riiai and Gen. rastakeafris ,titro
aa I EnclU"ralar. Oed to forward aol auk immelUte *< I
solicits come payment LCDconirinoner RECEIVED Bark C.\1l.\IOLA
favor bestowed him a3d aeoaitnninae by ba large and
and shot. Mr. J. B G.WPWJV. Profe> r of Dnwint; pact on JUST airy state-room aomaui.*>*for
er tried by a court martial into Th lie b tying claims agauvt said Estate topresent New York,
( Msth- of the nm. ."' he ha now entered ftr the Atlantic and GulfSWtu. paenger. aad taking the ialaad
Capt.W.T.BLACK. AUustantPrO.SIOYQ a.opartnsrsbipwith :5i:* 'trutberin .".- tbabasines them within the time prescribed by law, HIRAM SMITH FLOUR ia bis. sad laltdo. .anerior aeootnmodations for ia valid*rwte sad Cbwa prwoato

According i<> the aamntf report of the atd.Ce4fI It S Case Assistant Teacher. will te carrx-i!oa maItre cxteuively uz>derthectylaaainnaof or they will L* barred MESS PORK, nil boat will lesv* JackaoavilJ, oa her setana< '
.Ie2-2m JAMES E UEAR Ex.cutjr
the MhfcU dnens of the
General every Sunday
morning*4 3 s'eUek.
C mnw>nweaUh of PdSNn1\a.on the bt JBoar 4 .f Trustees.D7W A. & J. MODE !>._'vent Notice McQueenATTOEHEY J.\1dliwsb, BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in boxes aDdCRAJlBERIUES. bag GINGER For further particular iaqvir of Capi-'liceCLAGHORN -
ICWIK. Presidemt. DRIED PEACHES, born oa board to .
'Ybo.e..1r and Rl Ia11 Uea'ersln StATior or
BATSo 4 A N Si.nwr, Clothing nUll Dry Good. (7o.ioy qf Diltal J Jacksonville. E. F. BLAKE'S FIRE-PROOF PAINT, BISBEK A CAFOV A. JacbDe1iU. S

WILUAM tlAanu. Inns V HAUU, ant oar frieD will fin 1 at all time a l.irje aa I HOLLY ASV: JUNES, Admiuitr.trft of the UYDROLER CEMENT, julyS-tf BENET AIEASDA1JE

In tie Missouri LrciMatnw.'tS the 17thltallotth A ". liar*v. V* toor. complete Stock too anmcrou to atca-Hm For L E.W3i. o*Jubn A Junes dc.r.L! b"MX liii I Io B. M. Pearson, BURNING FLUID, aa 1 a full supply of ,.Palatta. -5-- :'

vote stood: Dosiiphan ; lite11aea Davis Dosis, DAVIB Autos, quality aol r*>soo We pric.e*.piease call!l soil coovinyoarselvesuo : my ofi-* wi'tieii SIUMO &.*.'1' iBtolvtocyT ATTORNEY 'AT 'LAW PAINTS OILS and VARNISH. Ydlng: \'.' ,.
APOKIW J. IlA 'F.u. CecceUrf. J t'ystjeri.oppo'iasCaI <*mmm -1: ,...u Esbie; Tuis is timetsae to easily all per- And (nestle by MILLER McCUEX.dec. -
54i; UenUn, 39; \VH4on Whip I.After T r.. *Lot.where yea will al tbeiam.uni'* Red 11 I It&VIUf d.dUQ:, stmio4 I.i.1 :-.&.. t. p.- Jacksonville.. 16-tf Somen Nw Building. ll

which aa. oun KBt. took place Cotp. seot lJoeIB. dclv" proved sod aseenticated; to t'eJudeoProaa J -
ent 1 next day.COMMERCIAL. Tuition Board, V'"bin;. Fuel. Light. Mites "TO THE LADIES ASH> GENTLEMEN. .o'.oi.lCi.isyoiDamv.d san or Felix Livin -ton, Coo Groceries.TE .

&II I all .ihr cuoUjest exneaxee,per wxjn, oran II ..euIe Lime tr. div. o5Lii ned etsu timetewittJ. LAW SabsriUr successor to J B Unwell en TIm MISSE.4 BERWICK,frota SeraiaaV ras r
month, in advan e, 1112 50 Will u* 'yuluu* S'venawjv toe entire Stork of ;. a ro-rt..ti .ri'...trQ .''toe .uotJ, J.I"di.t:IIIr ATTOHKEY&COTOCELLOB .. corner baa on hoa-1 a'fun easortttMot Informtheih.1otautsaiJeckm.s.imoylll *

RECORD. It may be proper to stale in relation to the Dry Gthxl" ant] Clothing.Th r jiu pstate,amunt t the Cr rmi .".,ot' jAcksonr.lie E..FWILL ,of family Groceries, which bs will **U low and its vicinity, that they intend opening a II

Saw OmAaadaot. Captain Jests that he ***acepted .. aref at occupants wish to dispose of their entire : tVimo"smvb'n.so.libeisal ofr attend to any professknial biisinem en- for eaoh. SCHOOL oa tb* lit September, tir the aatrasUoaofYOUSO

Cfl&sLraro. Jan. 15. the appointment, aa I will be her at the ttwck in order to be r*sly tar the new Bruk.Store I [SKAL.] cild Cud" .r :''\I'"e. ibis tbe to him in th> Courteaf lbs Eastern. He ba oa hv. at all tune aa assortment of LADIES m an lbs branch**.ao

COTTOTP-Wit" a briek deaaalaad atb.vfeTnnt4 A D. 1354.zEUX Circuit aol of the Supreme Court of TallahaateeH good liquors which will be sold at the lowest each English Eiacatha. (S

( aal fan price*-th. isle! to Ur r. elMl tally Puint. n (, eel taught m that Ia
1109 felci at prkM rs.agiafroiz 5 3-4; 8 1-2. 1346 to 1854 He come* with the h'gbe t*..iamendUions no, aa4 ia a further improvement of style In invite : Judge of Probilcl of Duv.il Cuonly. an able Lawyer at Waabington City aa will ensure :gentleman hi the person of Mr. Gory mental braaebe* extra.tJT .

Svasisn.lan.. from the officer of the fatted State customer I act 26-6. a prompt and speedyouUeetioa of such the claim a* who has charge tithe establishment Young ladies from the eosatry(pupils)*** I
ia his heals
'A1 ISLANDS-TU dMwal. the pNIi. Military Aeademy. 'The liberal patronage J. M.has revived daring i for Sa'e. may be pUced, July dee 2.6m JKO.W PRICE. aceuBunodatod with board,at tbs faou** format at
u9- states
ly Mr.
oceupii by
-week iafirvr*! aai UM an. DtMi: to The Trustees have the time be bsub.eaiabesomsuln this city h i* ITriLL U soil oo this fourth Monday in J autVV -. .TaIaer Wails- Creeps. ,

_450 ***!. %see U, m d. at nt, ram riot m U>eomi>let.at ant on famish a the LLnWryltt the Hospital. lupoeed'hua to dispose s f whatever be bison I ryn.ttattbe buueof Zilpha Ungin*, in Phillip Fraser. NY MALE TEACHER who.lntI itaatioj [jYCEANABROVOHT llOMXTOlEl ,t

oN" 15 Ie 3J c..tL n. priaettl quiTy iau ing. ant atsa to 't.p for husired aal h ni, at pities that eaaaet fail to pro lace.a smile i Hajniltoe County Florida two Negro the property ATTORNEY'AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. A lsafaniilyanlwhoeantesebaplainEN. -A, W. -

r, .bees h MMtwM hHIliee. 'TIte receipts bay. U-. have acvommoXslJoas one uf pleanare from hi*eaatomen, sal thereby re- i of Wright Ilngaa deceaaeJ minus bear of GLISH EDUCATION may Sal employment by Diar.ysyy.-m Mn' rvccouy BMO*Dy 'Vf. VW>*4. -

490 b..4M aa4 US. eiporto 453 bal. thirty Cadet obtain 'uprojato the ttvors of tee publw. lie ha deter- ArbibaU tloraa da-eued Desenptkia 5evme JadamnUt fla, applying to the andertigBe-i. at Jemigaa' Poet of this city, la the treatment of eo..pu..A.d..

BiLTiJ-ott Jan.15. Persona desiring farther kiformatioa. can S.tri.se4ect nuaed that the most fastidious hall not leave bin I *. a*fj'J'iws t On wornta 'J3 yar oid. sal 1 II attend to any professional basin** ca- OBiee Orange county Florida ma ansi aU disease of the Lan*. W* refer to.DCsTti *.' "
: a copy *f the Eegalatioa by adlretviag the with dugatirfa. ka in regard to their bargiia one boy ten yet's oU, soIl for the bnfit of tie WILL to bun aD the CtMIrU of the Eastern dc23-4t A.JEL G.u'. > Dyp..*,Inhaling Hygeaaa Vapor MIl F
.; ELOCl Tb T. WM stbsg 4 M in Flour this or say member el the 'Board of Callous sad an! W. an aaxioa o wait upon I .othPl'ii.ln Terms of sale mvi knuwa oa the Circuit, and the Saprem Court at Tallahassee Cherry Syrup. WIth thi aw seethoi Dr. C.baj S
.iu. Tb Market to >( a4 v.CORX Tnutee ANDREW J.HAXaELL. Sec'y Baa.iI.readUreadIlI! eoaaaaioa with To the OH Settlers of Florida. restored "
and Mnra 1M- Jay efaAl. ZILPUA UW1ANS tie ha also inch aa advantageous maay afiictod one to perfect bJflij at ,
.'. -Market rtrt-(tor* were aWt 14,000 )r..tta O w,Jan 1855-4t_ A.MODE A BRO, Jv-kMoviUe. JaekoavUle9th SS4-6t Guardians an able Lawyer at Washington City,a*will ensure K MEIERE,late IIIt-O. Laad aa .videm of which b* janaswaUo **rtiS.eato .

bub.b.'i3.'.fie with-aalw:at 9t.c for whUt.4 t 7 WExporto "llrs LIJuo auiears. an
: .at '1' def 2-tI Bay crst,Savanxub. 1' >lX'MONTHS from date, the vnlmigaed AdO atay U plaod labia. k.u4asgainst.th. United. HQ atlen proarptly to all claim under the Florida maths It b evident that sahaHiig-enostaatly 4

BLACKWOOD A CO.have Jart Vived a frefc I .tratorofthe EsUU of Ja*.B.Cote,U- jaly-8 Armed Ottupatma Act of 1842 aad 1848. Pee.soni breathing aa alfH&We.IbIc vapor the xed. '
; of Cotton. ,UQCOM aadSEQABS, HEW,AHD CHOICE GBOCEBJES.THE will flaal aojoonts ansi voochers t. who were settlers under the aid Act of 1842. dial properties araooa-ia Urac4 imatart riA 5
at the J old etan J oa Bay street aai MW...to bare At received .I eeaved the HOB.Jadg present of ProbU for Putnam county tar Smitbi. .Bradford.. : and having eompHed with the reouireneate thereof the wholes f tb* arial aw4ty of tba. bxag aad taaaweapo a4

" ATEMKfT 07 COTTON n inw' will at the now'(1m* ask to be.ckargs.I A rrons r A.r LAW have not received tb* P A TDTS for their laad* the aaaay aad mrfed eaaagea radaea*! .'
ssb by B HM(A .. froai Palatka. market sas offer. egan soil by the Uovsaud, ntir new Stock 't PKuriSIOXS soub AJministratof eaa have them obtained or attended to by the nb oa tbaat when iatrwtoc4 into tba stoawek,sad -

..'P.tistsrcseet.s, b,1IStOS,2SbSISIS.Z Wius by the basket or battle Liquors by. the. demiioka any choice FAMILY GltOCERlEScumpreing : d- -a* IL,GLtnKr; EOLICITOBTh CiAdi:711T, cribar. ,Also claims prosecuted for PENSIONS, I\ILjectetI to the pro-e of d'lgwtioa. Xbo Hy

ntrih1. .. or caUoa or by the dotea ia Wtl ; the fUlowin?article: talk, .eost7'St4dmiaistlulss:. 2il dtirand N"m BOUNTY LAND, SCRIPT.BACK. PAY. ,,:. 50.e late salo at&atbedtisse'; .thxss ,
WaUka. SaraHrtk 4 WJ ES. oa the most remnable teems.servEs theesent.ry. I
.k 1'Jpv ,V k V.wharft | T HoAlseomprWdofCnAMPAiny;' MADEIEA. Qua Bean cafes VcJaable aiea ltatU: Cotton aad_ _wTLt attoa4 prvosptlyoall buiae**entreated .&cm'.rkDszA.amrTen,1L; )
Us & E'cu;
Starch waits z
Sides Cora Laal for Sale.C .
Baooa Cera : then. TbselsvisraealbsbstssenhaeshsZe.enwitbeat
?arsUap Can tutsstsT$ EUEB&r, CLARET. POET AvMQUUUS. .. to .- non Lava CAM, C S.Senator.JAHK -
BU.Sava Bak.. 7 .. Shoulder Flour,. Soap. .OURi 5loa.*tile Bar of St.Joke'* river .; .IT m. | IAMWIOfie a. Coopta 1M least JaBoavrotaa-s l boas 'atheLoty
: : 3C. 31. PustMeal., T ppr,. located tile river *a&.uirtoatee f ai Nwan*,ae. igaflcMnttva .
q. FVwMa .J)14 C Ot&tdMart.l sa t Atosii Carn. Batter Sauos "J immedialely en .Tb*}tract ." Joav Wiuaov, Comm'r Gsa Laad OAVs.JLLIUS ,sate tbotmSaV
'ITT ATDIK5T Of COrrOS sllM**darisf Ik* Cap_ Vbito Draaly, 'WJ UotUad'Oia, ISebaapps Fulta ai rktrU Owe embracw**vi ..1rW ansi fifty acrea, nr* hundred 41y7-ly : Adireas POll}. Ilaadrsdof CASES: CtZtS a.. i.

peek rrooJ.. Bourbon Jaocaagtbala,& ti4 aal Inch Uaekml, **,' Kutawg Gwgw of it... _riy Itd rue haaaoek land pgtsjjt.p1a1a' aLl Ornamental C. MCIERJE. Lag might U aacaad. ODe Fackag* of"

far BUMMT. Caranaa to Oattaita ,t3 MM 8.! Wbiky. Jamaica sal Santa< eras iKaaa, partor.Ato IrbbPoUtoM Pilot Broad Lard tMoas O.,a*,.,;' ash Isk5'OTX.III 'with tb*'cxreptioa of BrkllaLlt.mcice. oct 13-6m. IFoaUaf<*> ,pCaU1ar'sltcmel C. ba evd ON *f-UM ASTtUU sf a JESOBH ..
rVvUa .- 4" el rairreatbna sal as draft Chiapaigae i sb0s4 slgbty wres*J.tiJ, and vrril adopted for* I"I- Iq S--' :
V takatB*naah20 SafftrCraefcM*, Grit, CJaaiaan Mtsoa St .r.agbr to offer bis J.P. iWtrry P.
rA Ac. tb naiag wan aoeecnrilypaaiwithisi J/.a/J9sMamMlX'
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cia. Co crep for DiscuseS Horses, S 4
n.u.t.reur: ;; ToHotBoaa, I his elF rra ant tb*:.. J. .
N the Iamersddtb.A3TBM.k.e1
N $.fwg. M. SEGAKS.tf Bfty pNi.'el plae*.ia aaoraiiag 10.,. .
N W Iaa N JI", N avxt n.I brsads. r : SalU'. .recCilaar7.s. tile river -Oi the pratsiuts there t very.piv josdirw.aof PiabTattlOnitiataUI. Ptwtorlag.C THIS Pftparationi.W'tmntedtocure bag by Dr.Cuts' -

.. 71445$5cA11St S 111 tb*- appr .. rtaretor/ nn.ioo house. ,with a'batm Bt of h1ekytng.X1IasTy. A. win Mtraol_ for Spavin Big HAB%Jaw,Fo adr ,MergerdEca1o'e, lheIt1c1t 7.
6 FRUITS.DEIED. ame.feet LeoatioQ Health, .- B ak TOM ass la ttofcO,James Kivtr, Uarat *rraatag act to be smwsMd.-. "T kI .sa1e .-1 pledafel.-"'it.- FeUai,""Stil, Jat, aaJ.Wk JoIns* SpUats. wr4f a wear;cue of BmarOiHbytaosirtev 27w

! Consignees per Steamers..YseatewB 8aa Cured sal ararUtyofth *aol* stbraads.esaorat Less Oraages Btaania. PlaaUa*, 5. U. of an gwd.aad crso* aorommedatieg Apply to Tu- '-Meteit. J1 work entreated to his Wind 0.Jh Roar B.saStb* HAtt Swallod LeCra .' '

jaa4y k. 0. .VpWwy/ v CbarbNtoa S.: C. .:T.Brat toM HHeaiFTbtwab. Nt lvi! 8addU. G* ;; Us bees cwed af a :BI3Thi '.
-: ) rWaUkattowfta*.a$. 15 ItQ. j UQUORS kvo Patxtha; Capt Cozt ler,' stoaawrCarota| ih. ibiska itsors'7 toftv to Oil Sove'8sitbsoftbsBaua.l BOM aad tbar COLGU of Mwat>wn*ta* az, a l WINES AVI _
. .3 M.. B ..3 c. PutQt"I& aay. aatu time .-alit7 aiSLe Back bo barcatlcby .
LIla. 1M. : Joints, KaUiswasnl Joint aaj aH 4e. buPljdaasbhewssO
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At. B"a A JI t.W -A AkMACa > .?Usa1i'isu1.I. r.Jifsfl 7 bv I eafl kto1.,8.getIPSIt.taaIAIsof.btIImb.on1s.Tb. .- ,.. 1- '. .a tea.; ..',w 1eIII" has beretaiw, .eiomofUoseewblehars Md by Xafattoa f .onJlOn l .
J JU.:1rIrII. 3yiL JJ f cm kU'ttraw*.and*Jmton4 tokens fall aspply at- .. ,set .ath&as. .
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pr r. ?,.. 1..141. hsupsssaat w2kssp 11" 1bIP'C' pabtk ..ff'd1. I ', T : "..' chambeesus.LT-4 Psaise .he
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: THE:HYDEOMAQEJT, .. 383B2k STAND having been entirely destroyed GALPIN HOUSE
011" br fire,.be ha removed to 142 Meeting-it, ,

,.11WATE&POOP. .A.'fIr.co' : stXTINJ -.. iYNDhiY MACHINE WORKS ,AND corner Wentworth, the stand formerly! occupied G. M. .GALPIN, ,rnOPU ETOn

IQ'or.k' Solos.Vt; .* GROCERIES AND,PROVISIONS.J. ", BLACKSMITHING.' by''.J.GAYEB where he continues his badness iiddleburg flu.
If. hues
: hand
ia all Its Urge awort-
: : ACT U. W. PRICE. .
R. W. Biggs Jb Co. mont of first elas VEHICLES of all description THIRTIES MIIES FROH TUE ST.loan alTO

*emHAKCOUKT. BRADLEY & CO, 0 aBOCERlESJ.'PRO\1SIONS\YL''ES tome choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built expresslr situated near

.J-i a 44 lUrtt-St If ancbecterJrtotoa SEGARS,leo, .DAGUERREOTYPE. ARTIST.If. for hi* Country Customer,all of which h. BLACK CREEK.
W. ibftftod-Street, Cktapfidtt Comer yewnan and Forsyth-itreeta. will SELL CHEAP iOR CASH or City
Afteptanee commodious
i Ii
2itabli ;W. GRAVES,' a very one,
102!NA.SWect New 1VCAPELL.A, Rooms on Forgytb-fitrcet., can accommodate forty or fifty
S3 4iui trw 4- iC' i- f Order promptly and faithfully Sited.
r..l1.& ;; GROCERIES,PROVISIONS,FRtITSftc.ByStreet D*. FRAME Charleston. C., \ov. 18-6m person It t* located on a HilL The Creek
rrI Uydroeaagen b ft valuable discovery for, abounds with FISH,and the sarroundicg country

A.- lyneiciliig the feet from damp or cold, and T. C. MYERS Rooms over,Disbee & Canova'IStore, S. &. E. M. Gilbert.MANUFACTURERS, teem with UAilE affording great attraction-
therefore S prevmtaiiv of many Long disease, Bay-Stntt- sFoRr&lf&vNo .
Tte win be render those who faVor '
nttorfMydactaniu'vAabrer Uydroeaagen JCWUL.RY.. LEES in aU description of. CAR- pains ipared to -
1* lath* faro of* Die, and worm ineide the bout oreaoe. .NewnanStreetJ. -RIAOES Nos. 35 and 40 Went him with a call comfortable and happy.
4U msrficerf erf character U a powerful aati4e. -, SANTO, c. D.OAK, Charleston HORSES and CARRIAGES will be in readme**
Street and No.7 Hayne Street,
*\* to 4l eae.r I Ii I FRUITS, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Our Stock,is an extensive one, end purchasers to convey Traveller in the IJI lior. [oo>2S-3n
.Gentlemen& win be found agreeable,warm :i &c. BayStreet.WM.
the coldest rainiest weathr Bay Street. are respectfully requested to call on ns, as we can
atiMrtthy,to w.&ra MAGNOLLnOUSE.
GROTHE pffer great inducements in style and prices j and .
a the feetoanant become wet if the Hvdromageni ,
% ., Ladies may.wear the )lightest oled GROCERIES PROVISIONS SASH Watch-maker and Jeweler, any article bought at our establishment are warranted ,ST.; ArcrsTisr, E. TLA..
in July 8-tf
too** Or(bo**in the mod inclement weather with Post-office Building, Bay.Strut. every establishment has teen
BLINDS & DOORS TillS thorooghtly r -
lapoaity} while Consumption *o preraleat among C. OAK &. SOX
L vated during the pad summerpaintedthroughout
the young of Ow eoantry, may U thwarted brthek Bay Street.MERCHANDISE. Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns, Pis- Cariagc & Harness Depository. .cleaned Ac., and to now ,ready for

general adoptk They entirely! supersede thIs Ac 4j1i:5. Families, Invalids, Transient Boarders 4c. For
Bay-Street. ;: :: AT THE WHITE HOUSE,
ever******, ae the bUtr"lIM the feet to penptre
; tbe future Mr..STOLL will have tho I1IperiDteadenee.
STABLE South-West Corner of
ia a rery anhealthy manner and besides are DOt DISREE ft CANOVA, LIVERY Mrs. DA\IS. her
returns her
elangeroM we.r to pedestrian* in icy weather, like The "Buffington House DEALERS IN DRY GOODS GROCERIES By C. Bliss! at Buffiinjrfon Hoanc.- MEETING and WESTWORTH STREETS, thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore received .
U4i rubber While tbe latter cause the feet to PROVISIONS Charleston, S. J. with
AND oMa&tuciatioii
CARRIAGES of at the lowest regrets parting on account
NOTARIES, Ac. description,
the being every
appear duties and solicits
Commission and Forwarding-Wharf of ___ of family a continuance of past
hand and article
a tI this alice of cork prepared fwuliarly plaeed F. C. BARRETT prices always on no sold except under the
brad, doe not increase thee of the boat or Jaoksonvll.1e, F1orJ..d.a Savannah Steamers. such a* can be warranted in tbe fullest term, by favor present management. The proprietor
Public also Commissioner for will use exertion with the assistance
MM the foot to appear untidy To Children they Bay-Street. Notary July 8-tf M.II.NATHAN. every

A* { .extremely-valuable, M they mar engage in THIS well known HOUSE, situated on the corner of Newnan BURTON GRAVES, several States. .- of the debts present or liaLilities ho tcad ts will pre be general paid by tL..t lfactioD.o proprietor
iefeioe with comfort and healthy cfiecti Their Offire at Buffing Haute NEUFFER IIENDR1X & Co.,
I Adams within few rods of the Post Office and Successors of Timanus, unless hw written or trial order. The butue ,
and streets
t .tpeBM b M alight ai to aearre need mention; be- a DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVISIONS JOHN H.U.BOURS, COMMISSION MERChANTS, I is desirably situated, the
those who them will find theiryear4ctor' ) for the sale of :
I Wee patronue to the Steam Boat and most convenient to the Ac. Notary Public. clean and neatnens
near landings Room* airy, Itself
y .M much AnunuW thereby Office at Biiffinfftan Haute Flour Grain and Produce Generally

-I -4ahe Hydremagen U becomiallDOl'e known lU Churches, has just received a new COAT, and has been renovatedfrom Hulme't Row, Bay-Street. J Jr.f..harle8ton,. .q-.. .. tf I furnished handsomely-AlltllJ' ,-nothing.

I ale Laet increasing.TMT in London to an Manchester al mart incredible, Birmmghnm extentS ) ,- top to bottom with every convenience, is now in perfect DRY GOODS II. E.GROCERIES HOLMES, PROVI- BANK AGENCIES. TIlE PAVILION HOTEL, Being entirely built of wood which renders it
Tree from tl The connected Folding
a. room by
Liverpool Batahvgk,Glaigow, and Bar,Leeds oar Dublin sales Paris reached Antwerp I,7&. order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an ex sions, Crockery Hardware, Boots of A.the Is Bank!. REED of Charleston. Ngrlh Wed corner Meeting tJ-IIUl .SI#. doors
i&t pair of cork Sole, This year the number perienced Housekeeper and shall not be surpassed by any otherin and Shoes Clothing, &c., &c., Agent Ciceari.Slreet.J. CHARLESTON, S. C. opening through to the Piazza which affords a !.-
wltt far that. Bay-Street. The nndcnsignad beg respectfully to inform his Iightfu aromenaJe <>f SCO feet and protects lb.borne .

Aak the aarpae Faculty their opinion of their value asa this climate. The Proprietor has determined, that his exer W, BRYANT numerous friends and the traveling public generally fffra ra.n,cold winU>,Ac,and forms a desirable
II. E. W. tl..ARK. that notwithstanding the recent fire at tbe GttTt41( ccnSnsnirnt at all nearons of tb.
preveatetive and CokHMrno fur Corona* COLD, no CU1T1S."ftJU. tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVIsions Agent of the Bank Fairfield, S. C. rear of his premises, he u, as u@ual. prepared to year. The house runs is situate in a central po itK>a

..:II.' SlZC, pr. |." :.' 'UTS, ts-hall! be without regard to trouble or and general Merchandise. Office in Holmes Row, Bay-Street. offer the best accommodations to all who may favor facing the Sooth and retired horn other hou....
LAMES': Vx do .J JjBora expense.A Bay-Street. him with their patronage.the house and furniture It cuntains 43 room and conveniences in general,

& Mt rCJIII': do 2o17CL.Yrotn .>: LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good Jacksonville FoundryTACHINE having been thoroughly cleaned and renovated and for accomutoJutivn cannot bo carpasfeU
the Retail riea- we tntKe a L. B. AMMERMA9T /11 lie, also returns his sincere thanks for the liberal dee. 23-2m H E. '.\ ..

.." liberal all wu.-e b J.toners an.1 Wa,>Ie.crs; II. 'rses an J carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, AND support ho ha, received, and pledges himself to

., eo that aay tturexecj.tr I.tniiVe a Lao profit .41 oon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Ac. WORKS. spare BO expense or exertions U>deserve a continuance ?iJ l2A H i tfm
.t their gals, while they *-e .a art.:e t'u-iv. uiiy I.. lIulme flaw Bay-Street. of the patronage that has been so largely I extended t

.t kept ia any store, arouug<*Dy dna!of guoJ, Oct. 21, 1801-Cm S. BUFFINGTON. ubscnben, having made sxtensive and towards him. PALA1KA, E. FLA.
:orUrmil S. N. WILLIAMS improvements in their establish- Nov 13 5 II. L, BUTTERFIELD. THIS new and jleasaut Establishment, recentl-

7 u JcOCRT, BRADLHY 3t CO, Republican copyWATCIIES DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRO- mf nt, are now prepared to furnish. : : up fur tbe accommodation of the Trs
Wholesale Tin-Ware Faclorr.G.
33 Ann Street >ew.\ rkv YISIO Bay-Street. Steam Engines, of any required power, from voting Public, anl nnsurp3*.ed by nny one hitherto

G. II. SMITH 1 to 100 hOflles; II. VERONEE i BRO.. : ut.aLI!bcd is now open fur the rectpticn of
: r THE CI11KT. JEWELRY SILVER WAREAND COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC Saw Mill,; Wholesale Dealers in }oarlerll. KOpcrmteu,'led ly Mrs. 31. Zawafckywliu

*IR A8TI.EY COOPER D.\ h'.ltl.D. TIONEER. Sugar Mill; PLAIN AND JAPAXED TIN WARE .e earnest care will be to j.I l<*ae all ar'everyone

Horse Powers; this method of their friends who will rail in. The put be patronepV i* r spectfuHy -
t: eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a Holme' Row, Bay-Street. Grist Mllli TAKE
fcolitited. b. GLINSKI
in his eustom. that they have recently made ,
the world
''.ZaabIs legacy to
AMBLER & HOEG and all other machinery used in thi*country. :3601a
large addition to their machinery, and are now I sep
Great l rC*"znaU1"t ofCoiuainplIoa, IIra. Ca .
<&oods Iron and tlng!
Fancy prepared to execute all orders ill the above line
4; UNFAILIXT cum A"AJ FOR PlTL !A'AUlDISEASES. Ac., &c. at\short tf"Steamboat notice Saw Mill, and other repairing, with neatness and dispatch Our Wlrell are all Ali JB liI !8S'

BaySt.PARKIIURST warranted not to leak and to be of the Lest work.
\jf: All machinejy purchased from ox will bent ChARLESTON, S. C.
without the use tf M'dtc.ne.Sir GEORGE FLAGG & ADAMS > in operation in any }artof the Hate, by Terms made accommodating, and Country order 8 TilE utlcrsi ;ncil would pdfnlly t..

A.C, Bart, invented *nJ ad'i.eJ tae u I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ac., Ac. competent machinists, when desired, and uponreasonable promptly attended to m.Jonn hu friends ami the Public xrnerally:th.t

ofteJlEDICATEl ;Jaokgonv:1.1.: : : F1.cir1.d.a Sear R. W Biggs Co' Foundry, terms.Dra1l'iogs Also Country Hoofing and Guttering done with hlJ has leased that xhn"iTO and well known .-
)FUR CHFfTrxbrZJToKI'O Bay-Street and Estimite furni'mcd without. dispatch tablishmcnt, the PLAMEilS MOTEL, and is
AVOUL! respectfully inform the citiztns of this place and surroufldis* Cwuutrj, that harge ilOOXLY" 4 GOOKIN, .
for the
all persons'' *i. {l' : .L. <*. 1C G. C. ACOSTA. 63 STATE STREET near the Market low ready retepticu if visitor* Its eli gile -
eertaw and a snfe s: .e.a ugiu.t ,o-.su''pi'>...aBroBchiUs he has again opened at his old stand, FKUIT? n..NFECTIONARY AND July S-tf Founders and Machmistf i nov 19-6m Charletfon. S. C. > locatu, being ebnveni ct to all the business
Asthma. Ough Coid: aoJ ot er a.:. ocalitic". will comment it to thcte wbovuitth.
tuna of the Lungs whwn.rue from the eip.>'c.1 SUMERS' BLOCK SODA F eXT. I A FLORIDA IRON WORKS. H Fraser & Thompson city: on fcu iiic", and no exertions or ezpeuae will

state of the chest according fo fart tort, sjJ tae with a \\\rze and well selected stock of Corner Bay Ocean Streets. $ JJ. W. BIUGS A Co., FACTORS AM be> spared by the Pn-jintor to promote the COB-

eeotuuU chants of our chia.to 'ir' JarktmtilU, ort aad convenience oi hw guest, and render hI.
The .. "is mnrfy t:u iiilly.tpi.t.1 'iJ g ljj a W b&1r, SilbW I WAa L. M. FUL. 031. ARE noC orepnred to execute promptlp orders COMMISSION MERCHANTS home, ia every, worthy cf the public patronage

far, lined with ilk and |udleJ, *a,,'b, KU-pculcl A .N 1) FURNITURE, SASH, BLINDS& DOORS. Stc'jiu: S? UiC3. Saw Jlilbi, Sugar Mills Adder's North Whaif and sUI'100rL lie is pleased to add that lie baa

from tb. Deck covers the :het, u M *;rte io:> a '. ..rcrccxD Deer H.E. Holme1 Store, Bay-gt. and Pane Grist Mills, liui?"* Power, Iron and Charleston. C. ciured the nke', as Book keeper, of 31 r. J W.

Manoer that,on-worn. it be aio.cs a necasJy .u]1S Bras Caftings, and every variety vT Machinery. 'X Lall'ldn so Ionian'1 fj vt raily known to the Ira-
to which the attention of the Publ is invited. Getting ray Goods direct from the and Blacksmith Work Sas Mill FJU Z. rRASEp. | FACIS THOU r so x
Casting Forging ,
..eoetfort."Tue RESTAURANTS. veiling community of this and tLe ijaccnt State.
Protet-tor," if.ltl1"U.t jut re-satiy :ntrola- New Y"rk .Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as Steamboat, and other rejiairing Copartnership Notice. july 8-3m G AV. EOJIAR

_d into America is .&..,; r ipi
the United States, the Coa .Lw, Soaih Auiern-j, Among my assortment may be found SALOON. constantly on hand, )heir variety of Plows, Timber _L partntr.u>p under tbe firm of MATTHIEVSE MAGNOLIA HOTEL
aad the West Indies It hu f'r a i" us time By Paul B. Canova Newnan-St. Cart, Chain, Ac, to which they rc'pcctfullv in. A 0'1/AHA, and will n.t-Due the Wholesale and ,
been. astsple article in Eaa-Uul joJ .'u the :jfiswot WATCHES, BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do, NAPKIN vita patronage. July Sly : Retail ,)0 the SI. Johns Hirer

of Europe while it lab '.wt 'a wuy ,uu- FINE GOLB VTCNT. LEVERS (full jewelel,) RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTS Ac, .tc. BLACKWOOD & Co.'s RESTAURANT' Jacksonville niacksmltnln?, CLOTHING $ TAILORIXG BUSINESS. tmzian CHARGF OF CA??. O. J. Mm XT.
tri to the position vf an .art.",, uf Jre* DLf\CIIED Constantly on hand and made to order from pure Bay.St re ci. ANDMACIIINE at the corner of East Bay aivl Queen streets Ha new Hon e, recctitlyopeneclforthe.-
To demonstrate the**'f*.t ea.uire "f nr C<- L.\I'rSC.5, coin, and warranted : SHOP Charleston, S. C. TillS Jdat ID of Boarder and visitors from the

cUt resident in your TlCiuity..c Jis km>wleJ' < Ithe (with.t without hunting ciscss) E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, WM MATTniCSSEX, North darIng I lie ensueing and future eea cDs.
CUTLERY.From At the former Stand of & lWlCk.F .
beneftcial effecU of weiring the Pro'ci tor, ( July I, '51. WM 1". 011AKA
SILVER PITE\T LEVERS, do. do If etc nan-Street It stunted imcMiatJy on the St Jthn,River,
VRIOTT axoocRSE: TO pocTouifuuf any mn.1 Tn. "' DJT.\ClIEU" do. 41:. the celebrated Manufactory of Geo W omll. URNISUES Ploughs of all kinds, Timber Carnages \ZfT Manufacturinx Entallwhment, :36 Pratt about 23 miles from JaiLjonnlio bad a short Oj-

cost of weAring these artit'es! is a mere trifle aol \PINCS, do. do. hobo & Son, consiting of TABACCOMST. Carts, Chatu fur MiJU Mill work of sired, New York under the superintendantt of(| (once from the month of Black Creek, and i* toast

1 one will last some years. Xu ooe wht value tae From <;ool makers which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS all kinds Sugar Mills, Ac. J. lAnRIESIEof. [aug.5-2am-.2m favorably located and fonvenirntly fitted cp for the
health of hinuetf or b." flauiv will be witbontthem. ji
The IIocpiUls in tan vouatry ire.not fcK.ticneoBmeading TOBACCO, SNUFF AND bEGARS.t Saw Mill reparinjr Wheelwrighting done at ehor- Notice. I the accommodation oC bixty loardero and
them, but raptdlv mtrouu. in:them JEWELRY.GOLo'C FANCY GOODS ...SI.above Buffi.neton Hmue. test notice r-iT' AH orders left at the store of S. THE CO-PARTXER.S1IIP, under the firm of numerous visitors have availed theui, ] already
llMDoart Bradly Co.. <.f L.a I'MI, 1nJ M .IK better d N Williams will be promptly attended to PICKXEV & {'O., is this Jay dissolved. the >esof a location
at Tbe
Home .
J w.th tue Such as CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCOR- The settlement of lU affair Magnclia. u cent eni n*
England, were ongimllr t'otr' .tc : ;! AXD VEST CHAINS -tf J. A FARMER.To by mutual
DroSS PERFUMERY LUBINS' L A \V. aug to a tiDe Mineral Sprtzg, and boats and are
.. .
manufacture of the l'rute.t'.rs, i y tile iuottflDr. agreement, devolves on WILLIAM TL'AAO,
..!.. C1IATEL\I\S LOCKETS II1UCELCTS OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, Pu.'b1.l.o. to whom all baring demands indebted kept far the porpoee of going thiibcr The pioj ne-
tare Jinj the
Cooper,and continue to a in tct..r ; KEYS SEALS II. 91. PEARSON persons or being -
,, I PENCILS, l"APIER- IACHE: JEWEL CASES tor respectfully invitee itrangcrs and eituen I.
ku inntruct.on : t tuv.rcfi.re re :u- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.Office are
to anginal I .
DI.\ lOS KING', RCJUDDo referred.'nLLIA3I in" at the
Magnolia house
'. tors ROSEWOOD WORK UNDErSIGNED successors to IlrTBTJL M TCXXO in wmttrorBumrueranjlhu -
mend those who would! wear a< ir ie to SLEEVE the Court House. 'T'nE ,
soe to their being genuine BOXES, PORTABLE opposite TIUUILS, >o. 3, Holmes' Building, have in R. Q. PI.NClOkEY.jH. afford him an opportunIty
EKKCMICa THIS U A kTAS.E AltnCLE, LCD -CJPATHT WRITIFG DESKS, FELIX LIVINGSTON, store and for pale, Charleston, August 31st 1334. I devoting attention to their n'l.afurthicla it
STUDS CUFF PINS, will himself
; RETICULES, FANS COMBS give the able snpcnntendect
t BROOChES. C,\R RINGS, BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS much pleasure to manifest
tl tTT'I SUE: - $1,50each PLAIN \\DfthlT BINGNS, The Subscriber. I
LXWM': do - l.uO i). CHILDRLN's IGOl'a. SCARF PINS, Ac TOYS, TEA BELLS MCQ.UEEN MCINTOSH Consisting of Dry Gt>aJf, Groceries, Provisions, Continues the business heretofore carried on cn- Oran.
JJori' A Mwkcs da 75 do Together with various other articles too numerous ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hardware: and Cutlery, Cnxkery and Glassware derthe name of TUXM PINCKXET A CO. Spr1ng'HOTEC.

COtRT, IUlJLEr .t CO, S1Li.lt;: .VVRK. tu mention Office on Bay-St. in Mr. Ochus' Hou!e. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, and a and tenders to hu friends the renewal of his services .
33 An Street lOi : !:au Street COMPRISING i) Xr \1 AND DC-'. CRT I'loroii -CLOCKS. and large assortment of Books and Stationery, and all WILLIAM. TtSXO, HE public are mformed that the alor fuel
I New-\ork c. 8. FORKS T A lLEDE LItrDTt 1 .V >POO\S, lily repaired warranted at the shortest C. UROWARD, other articles suited to tho trade; to which they Sept I 2J3 has teen leased from Dr. DABCAX and as

Principal'rfarchone, 102 Wood Street Chtapttde, SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT _\:MUSTARD: : Do, I notice. I.fT TERMS CASH. [oct2S-ly ATTORNEY AT LAW, invite the attention of the public, and ask them to paint will le spared to rcnJcr the time agreeable

I London Manufactory 44 Market Street Man Office on Ocean-St. call and examine their stock before purchasing GEO. ABBOTT & CO., and to gIn *ati
cheater, England. elsewhere, as they flatter themselves that they No. 96 Last-Bay (opposite Boyce 4-tVs Wharf) with a call A new Bathing lion e ban been erected
I H B.A Co are establishing Depots f-r the sale. P. FRASER can sell as low as any one eko,for cash or coantry Charleston, S.1% at the Spring fur tho accommodation of thev

of **Th Protector" in all pm of Auiern Physidans Goods New Goods ATTORNEY AT LAW. produce. Dealer* in aba may desire to bath in one of tbe/rnrrf/ Sulphur
Surgeons, Dru"iet8, ClutUters Dry G wd*, T. IL BTJRTOX I M. W. GRAVES, SPIRIT GASS AND CAMPIICXC Springs in Pie Country. The location is remarkable -
Merchants,hatters aiUMaluicrg tU l entiemeol"FanaiahiDC t on Forsyth-St 17 N. II.-M. W GRATES would respectfully for health not aurpassediuthcState. Beautiful -
Store-Keepers are euiru U. wholeaale and retail distribution uf them, anj to AMBLER\ & JIOEG ALSO especially 3ostruitoc*. Can accommodate
whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, English and American White Lead,Taint, one hundred pcrscrs, only 25 miles from Pilatka. A
aDol. epten.lhiopportlUUt1 open to ttieu tor sole Have just nctived their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting ofMOfiEfllES For ylh. Street.F. one door west of Dr. H. D Holland's residence. of every kind, Linseed and Sperm J. J. DICKIsON, Propnetor.
Jacksonville 8 1854.
Dad prvfitaUe bin tunes. .J. UIIEATOX.ATTORNEY July July 8 Oil, Glass, Putty,4 c. tf sept. 23, 16t.
For terms, apply to 1Jfffcon4v FBOYIS101S

38 Ann street, >ew-\
A iVarrti,g.T With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. G. ,V. CALL Bay Street.rTTIIE Ivo. 165 Meeting Street, M THE SUBSCRIBER has juat rempleted the

;f Delay not; h vi):not ia your micl tliiMoUnceof ATTONEY AND COUNCELLOR. Subscriber has received a large and elegant julyS CharletonS .St. above House ttmg it up in the most comfortable
i assortment of of different kinds style, and will use every exertiontoplease
Goods GOODS se-
fuwlj1 ph.lun.[>b/f thit a delate will. D.-y R Office on BaySt.R. Jeeed by himself and particularly adapted to the \TTIIIESSEN A O'II.R.I I all that may favor him with their patronage.

: get cared of itself;or that you can cur.it with uertaia DORMAN rants of this section of the country. lie reypect- WHOLESALE CL.OTIIIXG 1IOUSC Particular attention paid to Invalid

nedidaet for a few doIUra lieare bow you Of PRINTS, a lar e and well assorted stock, ATTORNEY AT LAW., fully invites a call from his old customer, and the :o. 143 East Bay corner Queen, A. COY,

lf public generally. Hu stock consist', in part, of July 8 Charleston, S.c. tf Corner Ocean and 3Ionroe-stre
tamper with your gener* w treT i Ginghams, Sheeting, Linens, Bonnet Ribbons, Office on BaySt.PHYSICIANS.. JacLnonvflle, July a 185 i. >
will and vinous youthS, .hy wilt >< u ptnifet Crash WARDLAW, WALKER t UURXblDE. Good Stabling for Horses. J "
ia doHat with the filthy nauMs.t nj .uijwun it dii- DcLains, Shirting, Taffetas, IES HARDWARE, CUTLERY WOOD AND Cotton Factors and

ly proffered,/yl-opunnsj-our &l'l e.ie awl naburgs Hosiery Florence Silks CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS SI,. O. Merchant's Hotel, 81SO.
..ce..t.ly.ell asphyrtuJkUy 11. D. hOLLAND Charleston
digealMNi, an.) 4t Ut>yiO: you North Atlantic Wharf, S. C.
.." you..a *e .urei With! *trw do- Cashmeres, Dress TrimmingHandkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, Office on Ncwnan Street.A. ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTBUMEXTS, julyS Charleston, S.C. tf RSBrCTIOf IX PRICES
u .M Jf pleanl < &c. &c.CLOTHIMG. ftft Dg leased this HcteL
woo*re tam utoujel an.I wu>b to be res- Blankets, S. BALDWIN All of the above Goods will be sold on as good /" EXCISE LONDON DOCK PORT IM2; I :situated in King Street,solicit from the travel-

torN .1Ieatla nJ vigor by a treatment at one Office on Bay-Street. terms: scat any house in tide city. VJT U M\DERIA WISE; hag public share of patronage. Board 31,50

pleacaat and. &*, aboul on ult li AIOll July 22 II E. W. CLARK. II FRENCh BRANDY, I per day; single dinner, 50 eta.only.
1118. Uu suioeM ID hrooic Ibaa that of unbar phys: of U: Uy A fine ussjrtuient of VESTS, fine CO ATS, BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and SACKSTEES, OVERCOATS DRUGS AND MEDICINES. CHARLES DEWALL.A.UOTIOrw ecp 2-3& APOTHECARY D.UI. I HERST.CIIARI.KSTON .
Mae,w. have been fur years adttcteA w4u Oiaaat APOTHECARY HALL. : ": "IJacklonrille. %. II. W. KINSMAN I HOTEL,

or eonsequtooei resulting from nee" have V aa.WA 3I DRUGS,MEDICINES.PERFUMERY.ic. Fla. 111 King Street, D. MIXER,
C Wea reatorod to health and vigor nnler his really i Corner Meeting and
has In afore llayne Street
McMillen an Immense stock of ,
eciMti60reatmenL- TUBS, CeJiranI painted, BUCKETS, MEASURES, KEELERS, covered FLOUR and SUGAR BayStreet.SAW SALES ia any part of the County attnded tee WINDOW SHADES, :julyS Chcrlultnls.i. tt
.. Interview te "ije'.t*nitjle, BOARDS MARKET BASKETS Ac A. respectfully solicited.
jjh gH persunal LOXES, AXE HELVES, WASH which he is !
now offering at prices such as to -
ataU duM>M U wntiuK-eacloM eve d'>llanUdrMt MILLS. Goods sent to the subscriber on commission either present MILLS IIOUSU. -

7or X>r. W. II MORRIS, through the t'ost- Ba u9't1 & 2J a. EMPIRE M1LLLS. for private or auction disposal, will be quickly great inducements to customers.ALSO I TIIOSAS S. N1CKEKSOX,

Saraanaa, Oa, eel a pv.K g of ineluines. ittcnded to and amounts speedily forwarded. The Corner os Meeting and Queen Street.
& Co. Jacksonville. Lace and Muslin ,
Perkly Curtains Satin DeLanes Damasks
U lUll wita of all Subscriber has been known in this for nlv3
swarely pal up will est privately A large and complete assortment kinds.. community .. all at a I ; Charleston S C.
great bargiun. jnly8tfS.
f.U of directtocu there.ith, and no quesooi MECKLENBERGH MILLS. a number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise PAVILION

asked.Ttspateh &&WH&li Blackwood i Taylor, Jacksonville. He offers should no recommendations be made but desires that in G. COURTEXAY, I!. L. BUTTERFIELD 1I0'fEL.
with Svro
hnooalif *t a distaa t, aCI'ic'ed quiries concerning any BOOKS STATIONERY AND CHEAP ,
fatal 0i4 lb rsTeU rC4ni.r ,U.t, T. tuU in BRUSHES, SOAPS PERFUMERY, COLOGNES, AO, &0. CAROLINA MILLS. commercial house at the place of his residence. PUBLICA'nOXS. Corner of Meeting and llascl-sta-
Strlctores O'.ec'e, r -i :'e.oe what Since the fire he has located hu store on Forsyth julyS CluulutcmS.C. tf
An : : Kelly & Co., Jacksonville. julyS No. 3 Broad Street, Charlestons Vf -
.veref aaaggrava'eJ at miv. ra ter,'anWctredat : R1L&iwr.NThe : street, on the burnt d district where his Auction bn -

Vi eby ,.".,'w; l>r ii''Si'.is, by FLORIDA MILLS. linen( is abx at present conducted, and where he NEW YORK.
but hat been "trelw in thin market eonristing of white hand tbe AGNEW, FISHER & IIOXIE,
hun d. G' '* largest mcnt common ware, keeps on on most reasonable terms,
MedteuM roe'fteaasu .n i. .e, *n j. *tI"t per wiLt Grtn,le, Maloery ant M nit!. fvtir, Glwgwnre, Preserve and Fruit Dishes, all styles and qualities of Fairbanks A Co., Jacksonville. FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCIINTS. i ':

U U3 part GlUM Un
.I'hrtiel&ratheatkla tuna teth.treaiaentoff.- HARDWARE. Sollce Jacksonville. july 8-tf CHARLES DtWALL'THOS. I II Accommodation Wharf CJtarlestonS.C., i 100 lFa.7 Street,4V..17 .
Mal '.. Ladies .ho uiy Select .1 to supply the peculur demands of this market, good for budding and Mill W. BANCROFT A Co. I \ particular to sales of VelV
FkMirAlbii*, or Whites Pro- expressly 'PH03NIX .MILLS I i HKXDRICKS. JAMES B. CHESS. I V low Pine Lumber, Lire-Oak, a>d .
ap.1 Uton or Tailing vf the Wm*b, would do purposes Carpenters' tools Ac", Ac. Stephens & Foster Jacksonville., To Planters aDd Lumbermen. NET, CASH JOnniNG HOUSE. :. other SOUTUIRN TIMBER and PRODUCE,sad:

C .U U lay aside aB f lse delecaey, *al promptly WINES & LIQUORS. rpUE undersigned having formed copartnership Nos. 253 & 255 King Street. .1 to order for purchasing lERCII DIE., '. .
antttt tki Doitor. Cares warranted CLIFTON MILLS. 1. for the purpose of transacting a 1 I Cliarktton, SAL July 1-tl
p ktten to receive tteutia must be FINE OLD BRANDY, HOLLAND GIN anl BOURBON WHISKEY, botUed. Do.ba cub. I
IiiaU4.tir.w.nelosms l a fee A&lresi Dr. W. U. ALE, PORTER, CHAMPAIGNE CIEDR, X .. Taylor, Richardson & Co.; Jacksonville. General Merchant Business atMAGNOLIAE. I II. JESSE II I S. 11. Ilockenbangb

KotR18, Savannah, Oe TIlE SUBSCRIBERS mar be found fur the present in the new building erected for temporary l\ i DEALERS IN GROCERIES LIQUORS ,
ry Contvlting Rooms, No.83 Cryaa street op- n.e m the site of tbe old aLto destroyed by fire They' hope to open tbe year 1835 ia the large and SPRINGFIELD.MILLS.- would respectful call the attention of all who are I SEGARS, &c. ,GENERALCOMMISSION ,
teei'x..au Sqiars, july-2y1m eletfwt store,corner O..ein an J BT rtreets which is now in course of erection. deo2tfg :E.: A. DcCOTTES, Jacksonville. desirous of purchasing cheaply to their large and julyS No.139 East, Bay Charleston tf l\IEUCHA 'r.
well elected Stock,consisting in part of -.- 112 Pearl Street N. Y. .'
the Clrevlt Court of P.U-an Count,, : I NEW SKYLIGHT MOODY'S MILLS. Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, S. S. FARRAR & BROThERS, CAREFt"L attention will be given to tales of

1.- Eastern Circuit.f Florida.Ro Apo1h.oOarvElall P. Moody,Jacksonville. Hats, Caps G rockery and G lassware, DEALERS, IN COFFEE, GROCERIES Rice.Sugar; Lumber 'Timber, 'and

iity.- nt, E erutur of the met VTi'l! aol A.. Boots and Shoes Drugs Medicines., &c. other Southern Produce ,Also Merchandise p.r.
/ ( .T.e.aant vi Car..t Tea ." let. ct UIJ Tea DepiMarj; ': U ngumiiatt tlltrt BELLECHASSE FINEGAN'S MILLS Iron Nails Paint, Oils, Corner East Bay and Cumberland-SU. elaaae4.11D moat advantageous term*. !-. .

Conty,4ee4, Copainant! Removed to the New Store In Holmes Bellechasse t Finegan, Jacksonville. Hardware and Cutlery, Window GUuts. jnlyS CharUttm, S.C tfTOLM.LAWTON&CO. Hoe & Co'* Patent Ground s..
leave Particular attention paid to the Provision Bus
to inform
Subecriberbegs the citizens .
Jt A.Ta DUn an.t :he's.the fleer arid CreJic milling. oppote Dr. Baldwin'. TBE Born Mesa Pork Flour Bacon'Fish TilE Subscribers manufacture from the ,belt
ness. Hay .
Jacksonville and Its vicinity that h* till REED t IIOLMES'S MILLS. .
rfaaid Estate Defendants. JackaonTlIIe. & CIRCULAR SAWS from ..
c$MI O ee. hand in Steel &
continues Molasses constantly on
to keep his Sugar, WI'\U&D- FACTORS AND
-11 STO05T 08.1 .'*, ..w, MERCHANTS
tl "\ fUd 11* UiU oa tbe Chtn-ery silo of. selet ted assortment of Produce of all kinds purchased.. are hardened and tempered..en Street second door wed or Dr.halland's No. 13 Southern
tUsCowt, imgMtoig Uie |m b Me ln.r ..,of, DRUGS AID CHEMICALS, on Fonyth MILLS. All are invited to call before making purchase IFAor/ Inuhedby machinery designed expressly for the

%tfiT tilT t ItbOrdered,That all persons having .Mw.iy* received by, the latest arrivals,warranted residence llo g & Parsons. elsewhere Charleston, s.c. purpose and are, therefore much superior to those
Where he II to take in
cUisBf a *iast tb.sail EUto an Cr*litors or othrwiM freehand genuine Also, prepared pictures a manner Mayport Duval County, Fla.. N. B.-A large assortment- of Negro G inch TTra.M. Lawton, I Wm. 11.Ta1Ior. rround-ia the usual manner, aa they are strengthened
lie has
surpassed by any. spared no expense ''R. Wainnght Bacon .1| .Joseph T.DilL and stiffened
J in
lie eIr taW <-hi.* wi'h the Clerk ofCafeCMrt as Kerseys, Blankets, .. Thickness
Druthes Soaps
Perfumery Comb, in his .
ad fur UM eaLl J fitting up Rooms having a splendid PANAMA MILLS. -. JulyS tf regularly from the cutting edge to the
ta of Potctm centre
n y Fluid 4LC July 8-tf HENDRICKS,A CHESS. : eonteqnently -
Lamps lUnilug reception room for ladies, fitted in a neat and do
p t not pecone heated,
In TMW the rwmly-ft'Ut diyof JMitary A.D E..R. Gachrist buckled aa4
Panama Duval
which ... tasteful style, beside his large fine Skylight County. MALONE & TAYLOR < "
S8KP A"that thMfiXIjeiM roll.liebe I win be cold low( enabling produce great saving in timber. .
.rill .C. M-t, .. a V"k, until the i Country order*solLited and punctually attended him to take picture ia croup or singly,ia Post office at Jacksonville.' : Agent for tbo Country In New-York City LUMBER AND COUIISSlmr'mlt-. They also manufacture Cast Steel Jill' Pit sad
with saddesp.i.h. clear or. e1otad,. Mber.' He feel confident t of II prepared to act as General Cut Saws
.t..w : to. Physicians' prescriptions pat up can The.advertiaer C/OM and Billet Web* aalrty
per:4 ST. CHANTS ,efrapenor
1 giving utUfactlon to all who may favor him with Correspondent In New.York tot all of which '
.vfrfor say hu1 *i Cb uttrs, this HIM i TEAL a ca.ll. II. U thankful for pact favors and hope 'J. P, Sanderson A Co. business m n-and others ia the interior, lit will Philadelphia, Is e obtained of the they 'have foe sale, or they may

t.h..y.4'JutyA D.13VI. I tot be New York Pekla' Tea Company. to receive a continuance of the same Those whe Post oftl eat Jackaon..me. devote bin whole time and attention the par. Very renwetfally solicit consignments of throughout the United principa1..IIard.w1a States and Canada
*: ($*g.S*,] WILIT4M rORWAB.J). Agent .. ehase and sale of Fancy and other Goods SOUTHERN LUMBER SlIIIfOLES Ire, '
Tu of d-reet inpwtat; aol of 34 varieties from do not want pictures are respectfully Invited. Books ,. 'RIIOE.COw,
.-wCWrC.u1qfl.'init a Mtol Ib. Ins pukage warranted end at call aDd examing his room and specimens S ; ;NASSAU MILLS. : Print,.Machinery, Manufacturer's aDd Meochan- Liberal advaneM made. Refer to ,29and310ol4StreetKff
EouUr, ofRoridii7urcxzT.aat i
the a'n*truely4th.OedNfinMm7r1hce. ..dRIIYlflow pHoe Ju1,8-U. M. w. ORATES .BcBechasse Finegut, Nassau RiT r. lee' Stock and Material*, PhUOlOlJblea1.Apparatu: E.BROCK, Philadelphia, PobHshers of aewspapers who,wfll insert
'. .... office -; Jtc,} DraW Patent and other Medicines,Agricultural .. E.TrRICHARDSON do, this
j1C.immIryDrterasUPP'ldbbLOr4er Post at Jacka adrertuemenl
three tunes with tile
'Administrator Wotl<*. nTille. Implements' Seeds Stock *p.' Collections july&-tf T.E.BUCKMANJackaonvinena note aid
; :;-gvg.eyba.J let the Seal at AS. a&the i irg accompanied With Cash. months after date I wOlpresent my aarnvnt I ": .. made aDd..Qla. Pl' ., Information of all forward ns a paper containing the sam, will ho
Cosrt .1a. this 19th 4ey ot Jety.< 4. GARDEN-: FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS. ,lelo SIX voucher to the lion A.X.'Cattoos,Jadg* < ORANGE .. kind famished'will're ard to persona and place Joseph: Whilden paiD in printing material,by pnrenawngfour ti*e
.1 cLlNSIU band.T. : < 'A.' &. amount of their bill for the advertisement-
en .i IL
QJ1- always kept ProbeUi band for. AUchua County sad uk to I Cole A Co. here., Situation procured >lAd guaranteed for. *
to ,- aerkVc.c.IPaSmm C. J.,8-tt .: ', MCMILLAN., be'diwAargedfrow .too farther admhdstratloa of I elerka, mechanic,1 professional nun,and others : dealer iaPaints New Tort, April 22d,.1834. jmly-3t

4Xiuenib fromdate tb Bnderrfrned 'atolnD the Estate WTOlam'8. SUndJty" late,of,wid 1 .. ': MAGNOLIA,JIILt?._ ;, Male sad female employer,engaged aad cent te ', OH .and GlaSs. -.

tyflNQUee46,46Z*blrta. Col lan .G.t Cravat Met. .' ,M.JtMrfenuy .iott l r,'of.tbe, Ertate *Joseph Vaaght;de- tMmtw.1.; ". .- : I : T. G. IIdrickMagnonyJa., the eqnntry, ..eand to California,,AB*> : IMIAYNE-STRKET, '. FROST & 'B
N. V MtMfvt teasel,'wilt present final aeeoute and Yoadwr*to ;. "T1Ios..J.PUTAft; tralia ana Europe: ,Ia toe;anything that aa intelligent CharUtttn, & C.TTBEPS %
AlUsy. rerW.'PqZtAM Pstumlosmty.fovatemessJM :f 34-a.. WJrL 8. STAND'n-.' : ,BURLINGTON ILLE Agent wen acquiated with Net York and I t for Merchants,
ifl .
Wtfawlt' ,STOCKS Ae.forthewp. th..uea.J4g.ofFrPbstecw :1f'WU ., : 101 State .
.f ben* 7.aI Uh-j 1I jbroXheM the the psa Sims rUJ ask *obidierhilRsl < rLjoC PAINTS and OIL?of all Wad*, YARN.ISIISS Street,Sotlon,Mass..
,jPJft4 toM\' Ortettfronteyie.r>* UBjW .ltICk adainiitzstss.. __ a 0 tdmjnlfrtOrsNoti.._ .x.eetedfeltssfbllysadpromptlCisomusslesdomseonldsntlal. ,'WINDOW GLASS aad SASHES, 8PTS.TURPENTINK TT71IIHMT.."aa61itomp(attention to tale*"-
: HILLS.-v Addre wita fee
jtKJTQN4UN3S,4dss'r. A LLperaomlud.btsd btb,B oUiJa Ill- **, adequate tothe .; ; VYef
WiJy, -* !. > ,SPIRIT aAfirCOTTOJI ''' lUMBBR 1IMBK. COTTO:.', j
-S C" 'SI 'Pt D tb'hutineet, dae ". d .1, .. ',,..-,-:JackaoDriUe, Dvrali t PtUtkagtettnSaTrMm. Co,,FaUtktv : **j : e' A.'k'DAni: "'- GIN PhXTUEStthUB *ftdBRU5qfiS f tariouklnda. : other Soot aornProdse*., : p ,1" ,
A tmlnt irttort xiii..: deceed >r i ,
.r t S4_ .n."tMoat,, < wiwj: !*, srar.re.st.u.iabtbomedinteImymeuttGth.ifld.ad; .. :-.f' J; \'rDOfa.ly; : t.ticUct&B..noULn.ol
pa&teteetie '*MONTHS AMI Aate Jtereof X"win apply tot $r pad FOUNDRY AHD MACHINE.WORKS, et'29189Malberry.tzsstJtew.ork !
."J.IIJI. .sirips.. .WJt-u" adp"/"rok&flf .A1Mh.county, B.J1a1bt aQ; peraoo*having demand againteakl MtatoareTreaolre l ,-4.t : :.: : .4W E. Bnk '. 4. 'JC8.T.aRcE.VJa1 ".QOTllECABT
alps1o.aa4gualitY.A ;
i t Baal 4i rge'froia Ae fuzthe.fiale. % to present tfanrt i tfaly awern,'withul to* *jJACRSONVTLEE{EOUN 1tT &1 .'tYutld t. T.. II' "

ttlXS JJTO PTATOE6a4't.ic.4, onjijilrimt. tofth..rm4 Th murPiteIM.md. tlnie'roqirlred b1Ja.r othtrwiw.lhIlDot""d1 -'. '. i1"Ar1000tJ8AI.1mfAI and Booi.k MACHINE .
aO1USSIONfERC1IiN.T'lily. '
ill. be r*rrv"r. : s&wr5a. PILES, kpl.inbist- RKOEGr. 3O1tKL n. : .. Isa Dry OoomIDusins..Ap4stY1 '- : -

., ..fHi. : 'J5r&tfueuTa I .,.,,.iiiL iep-4i ;Ad1ajtts4," :'4H-i- -- :a4winlstrstLa Mfwwy'Jt.Gcol W..',. d *N.w*office. eet7-tf q 9 AtMKlA..G19. ,{f .


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