The Florida news
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 Material Information
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: February 3, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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' AUTHORITY. From West Chester, by.' Marahallton Hook, .Chester, LdpersvilU,.'Phil From Potter's Mill to. rVhwlbg.From. From' qu-e1 ,Garrisonville and, St.r.- From: OUrksvillc, ky,white Houao. and reyaadAVd: onTUletojBathCrU.: ; V *. ",. lt

Embreville, Unionville, Doe, Run Gum adelphia. -, Princess Ap,.bf. 'Kingston to, ford. (.ZH., to'Railroad. 1 Blue.Winir, North-"Carolina, .to ,Roxboro.' /From Franklin bf 0oe 11311cbow.l. !,. t ...,.. ..
. LAWS, Cochranville Rossetville, Hoyesville, Oxford -' From Baltimore, by'Denton and Easton Bell Mount. "/ -' -- From ahton'.. MID 'to, I.a1S \' Cross Frota"Cherry-Stone,. to Capersville .byes CloVer creerVU.uwi8Fs4d' ; are a ", j
S : Hopewell.! Cotton Works Brick Meeting to Cambridge Fuom Beantown to DuffleldCFrom .- Road '' : Viewvaadiajr leyt.libor.piigsS't :'uM! >' S '.'
; J OF TOE DOTTED House, (McL) Rising Sun Carmington, From Baltimore by Hookstown, Pikes- Reistertown;by Uppet Hanstead, From Back Creek Valley;by' High'View From Christianaburg, by Blackaburg; to S .'Fnrfa Fed ri ihalbT Uiib ".Cuakco- > V: i ..

4 Principo.&Dd, Battle. Swamp, to Perry J yule; wing's,.Mills,' Reistertown Finks- Manchester,Hanover, &U mp ton,'Round and,Yellow Springs to Capon Springn, Newport-. Till TboufMwn. CroeeKoadHadeattOfe... : ,,'.
..- ACT OF. 3S4', COHGRES8 Tilte., burg,Carrollton,Westminster, Littlestown, HilL York Sulphur Sprints,'tAd Papetown. .From'Balcony Falls. by Natural'Bridge From Christiaasburf,bi childress**store i mJlifs'40 pMtUrtra ", 1 : ,

. it' OTUUNITED & From West Chester,by Thornburg, Dil-! Pa., and Two Taverns Gettysburg, Cash- to Carlisle,, '. Dagger's 'Spring, Clifton Torge; .Alum Humility,Snowville and Reed Island,? to I' ,bomPsdetksburE '';
: STATES. 'M. worthtown, i.nd Talleyville, (Del),to Wilmington. town, Grafensburg, and Fayetteville to ,}'. Jlockville.J1" Darn; Dawsonvllle Ro k, and ;Oovlngton Callagban'rErom Jackson1* Ferry.' woodSpott.dvilla," bT.r.hDOSt1l.lfInf f '1

. .. vKich 6e- A "' Chambersburg. and Poofesrilie; Damesvillfc Barrickaville, Gray's, Flat Bass From Christiansburzto to Floyd CIL: :.Bruterburri aiiiC\ : :r
fated, at tA.t held tint tettion vat From West Chester, and Paofi, to 'Phil From Barren Creek,Spring*, by Quanti- From Saint Michach to Bay'Hundred; n.tqnlei!! ".lb''a Run, te,B1ac YiUe. From.1ea DiD galley of Sandy and I i. Frcuia tnxie.ricksDurg .vJ Chanceflct. Svid4 .,;
.fun and al tkt City of Wathington, adelphia. co and White Haven to Princess Ann. From ,Salisbury Di&eaon's Cross From Iie&U1'.-}liUs.'down the South Otter creek,to,Brown C. U. -W1deenelh.' 9erinoan.Shtp7iEI't t, ': .

. in the Putrid of CoZuvbtaonMoiay mlend-, From West* Chester, by Parkersville, From Barren Creek Springs by, .Sharp- Road. and VJafeyBvillej Berlin. Fork-of Fishing Creek andTttowfr Indian .From..ClintonvilW.I by BEr creek Snow Grove,andSt v .-' tMStlt.da.goflJecembtr.18s3 day : 'August Hamorton, Kennett's Square, to Landon town to Laurel ..From"Slate" Hln'byBryansrille* ,. 'and Creek to Ripley'a, in th._County,of Tyler Hill aDd Fowler's Krob;to Nkhoiiis! C.'H. '}Fttderiekaborg, :Juppahaaoock. I 1"1
.'. Won MbndaftMe .of Grove. From Bel Air, by Hickory Tavern, Mill Castle, Fin, to McCall's Ferry. From Bentlejsvillc, by 'Mount Laurel, From CobV erect to Matbew a C;::11. Academy;Port Il jal-Lorelto-Oeeupa 1854.Ji'isitis.' President.. DAVID From West Chester, by GoshenviUe and Green, Pylesville. Bryonsville. '.Pa, and From Somerheld, Pa,to Selbysport,Md. and Whitetfville, to Providence. From Columbia by. Wilmington.' Palmyra Lloytf ficxborg.:ana UoaatJLaaJacltA .' :< .
Pmcr Sugar Town to PaolL Slate Hill! to Peach Bottom. From Snow Hill,.by Nasaingo Furnace, From Berkley Springs. by. *Cross Roada, ,'and Union Mills, to Keswick Depot Tappabannock.; 'S ''v' ,
IL .t TeD}liSOK,President of.the Senate,pro From West Greenville :by Jamestown, .From Bel Air, by Churchville,and Hope- to Princes Ann. to Oakland. From Cold stream to North'River 3L'IIIj! Urbanna, Merry Puin' 'tad jtnlaja, 4 S .':

itnptre. LINX UOTD. ,Speaker of the noun Adamsville, Hartstown North Shanango, Cross-Roads. to Rock Run. From Tracy's Landing, by Bristol, to From Berkley Springs, to Valley Mills, From'Cotton' Store' by Knob Forte Landing lo Baltimore Md .' k.

..f lUpresiaUtites.fn Line Mills, and Unity, to Coneautville. From Bet Air, by Forrest Hill., and Cot- Dunkirk. in Morgan County. Willow, and Randolph. New MartinsTille -. From Fredvrickiburg; by Mceteithvlha, tr
. ( Continuation.), From West Middletown by Patterson's lage Home,to PylesviUe. From Tetterman to Saint Mary's. From Berkley Springs Walling' Mills In Wetttl.county. CIiClon.! : '. .

. 'From Sunbury, by tSn'dertown' &ndRuabtuKn Mills, CrosSiCreek Village,Eldersville.Bur- From Broad Creek, by Queenst wn, to From Uniontown to'New Windsor. oil LJeepy Creek. in Morgan County.- From Conrad' stere.br McOaheysville ,, ''' crcucrtc&auui .- uj :opoUjcwii p -. I .r
to Danville. getufown Clinton Seventy Six, and Service Centreville. '' From Unity, by Triadelphia, Mathew's S From Beverly, by Leadsville, Barker' Port Republic, Mount Meredian.New Hope C. Mount 'Pleasant Tbonuburg .LcwiarStored | : ,:
-. From Sugar Valley, by Carroll 'Forrest to Hookstown. From Buckstown to Cambridge.From Store and Cooksville, Hood's Mills. Settlement Rurnesville, Pbillipa Nelson. and Hermitage, Waynesboroogh. aM Uim..to 1redrickihaIL,: r i' :
Iron, Works, to White Deer Mills. From West Newton by Buena Vista Cambridge by.Church Creek, and From Upper Marlboro,' by Nottingham, Overfield, and .'to Clarksburg. From Cranberry Summit.by Gusemctn's _Ftom Fredericksburg-by KingGe From S 'stownbJ"Dayids.villetoJobri. ** Yoliogany, and Mclveesport to Pittsburg. Golden Hill! toLakeeville.Frou Brandywine, Horse Head, Aquasco. Benedict From Bicklev'a Mills, by Guost's Station store Brandonville and Harnod
. t>,wn. From West Franklin, by Gran ville, to Cambridge, by Hicksourg, Big ,and Charlotte Hall, to Chaptico. the'Pond, and Tree Forks, to Turkey Cove. Farmingdale Pa. Iuntrnsam4pow.s 'f. .
" From Stoystown, by Dibertsnlle, and Alba. Mills,Vienna Barren Creek Springs and From Washington, D. Cn to Georgetown.From From Big Lick by Boone' Mills,. and From Cnlpepper. Hi.,by Way landsburg, Lfell'.ptorvtoWaiUW'; Vj/ 1"" !:
" 'BaTidsTtHe. to Johnstown. From West Penn by Mahon'mg, to Le- Salisbury, to Snuw Hill.! Washington, by Anacostia, Mount Gogginsville, to Rocky Mount; to" Leon. Fredericksburg Fahaout&j "il : 'of "

; From SyiTurfa.. by Gray Valley, and highton. From Charlotte lIst!. by Bryantown. -Welby, Piacat way, and Dullield, to Port From Blacksburg, by Pepper's Ferry, to From Cnlpepper C. IL, by Colvin's Ta From Freeport,by N e wark!; Wirt C.!HI, ..

); Mainsburg, w.Man.fitld.. Pram West Port up Kettle Creek, by canto, Piscataway, Palmersf and Good Tobacco. Newbern. vern. Locust Dale Madison Mill, and .Reedy Ri'I'Jeil ekaviile. SandyJ tb ;ack.- '". P.:.
1 1. From SterlingrJJe! by Lynn to Tunk- Leidy Cross Fork, to Kettle Creek. Hope, to Washington D. C. From Washington D. C. by Anacostia.Mt. From Boone Court House, to. Ginseng, Orange C. II. to Gordonsville. soatvll. S "S*,.>*' ,_5. ..

bannock Depot. From West Philadelphia, by Kellycville, From Cheatertown, by Caulk's Field,and ...Welby. Long Old Field. Md., Upper (Wyoming C. II.) From Culpepper C. 11, by Eldorado., .Froia'Freeport, by) KiDJeJ. \:. t- tf f
(. From Surancjtown, by Uoscnsack, and Marple, and Rose Tree to llow'ells ville. Rved'a Uurner, to Hock .list! Marlboro,' Queen Anne, to Davidsonville. From BUck Walnut by Hayo,Harmony Castleton laurel Mills],Rock Mills Washington chie C; II.Frotn .. t.. 5-
,, Xman to Alkntown. From White Haven by Hickory Run, From Church Hill I, by Lung March Temp From' Washington, D, C., by Cottage, Woodsdale,Nor li Carolina and .Williams' Flint Hill, and.Black-Rock to Front Front Roral'by Hamfcaagi 'iD7..
. From Tafton to llawlcy. Albrightsville! to Merwtnsburg- eYll1e. and Hazletteville! to Canterbury. Md.. to Cole iYille. villa, to 'Itoxboro.! RoyaL, S ton Cedar L'ointliopir Mills Laji t'
From Tamaqua by Lindcrsrille Jeans- From Williamsburg, by Yellow Springand From Cumberland, by Clarysrille, Frust- From Washington, D. C., by Georgetown From Bowling Green, by Turner1 Store, From Culpepper C. H. by Griffinsburj, Meauv-UoneilleGrehuiawLS14 nandoah *- ". t; .'

4 rille, l1a ttOD. Drum's Alberta and lien- Water Street, to Spruce Creek. burg, Shade Mill! Grantsville, Addison So- Tehrially Town Locust Grove Rockville and.White Chimneys, no Monguhie. Boston,.slate MilU,and Woodville,.to Sper- Iron \%oriu to Qonrad'a Stop*. I, '. ,
drickiburg to Wilkebarre.FrumTioga From White Devr, by Alvira to Elims- tnurville, .Fanuington; F.ette'pring, Md.'orest Oak,Middle Brook.Clarks- From Bowhng Green by Sparta and ryville., }!' Giiule1'! ridge.: by Cultoa nmFajettevDltt ,- '- :'. '.:

t by llamuiond Creek and port, Uniontown Leanghts, Brownsville East burg Ayattstown. and Urbanna to Fedcr- Central Point loNewtowiu From Culpepper C. U., by Rixeyvillc, to Loop,-KaleighCj.H, Shady .' t :
It MtJ-le Ridge, to gly Cn-A, N. Y. From Wilkesbarre by Plainsrille. Port Bethlehem,, BealUville, Uillsboro, and Stra- ick. }From Bowling Green, by'Trappe and Oak shade. Springs, Jumping "Branch. &'* Terry,' 'f .
From Tionesta by Howe, Tedionte., Blanchard Pittston, Ferry, Old Forge bane, to \ aatiiiigton. From Westerwan's Mills, by:Sweet Air, Port Conway, to King George C..11. From Cumberland C. H.. by Gravel Hill, and Mouth InUiaii, tw Sulphuf,pritgjr ;- ,-
t Frwtn Titusrille, Enterprise, Dam's Lackawanna Hyde Park,Scranton, Pruvi- From Clear Spring,by Green Spring Furnace to Long Greeu Academy. From Bowling Green to Milford. and Diana Mills, to Scottsville. Fl'tlm.Ueruuor Sittleme'nU by Weste/a lt_.
. Settlemen.YoangsriUc,and Chandler's Valley !- dence Blakely, Carbondale, Wavmart, and to North Mountain, or to a Depot on From Westminister, by Frizlebnrg, From Boyiiton to Clarktsville. From Cumberland C H_ by cain,Cards- Ford. to LeadsvtUe. :%*- : '
. to Sugar Grove. 1'rompton. to llonesdale. the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Union town,Taney town, and Bridgeport, to From Boydton, by Cbaistians ville.Yates- ville, and New store. t. clover Hill. ,\ From Girardstownf by' Mill'- Ctitk, .

From 1&Titusville! by llollrnd, to Perry. From Wilkesbarre by Kingston, Forty .From Cumberlandby! Dawsou's to West- Emmittsburg. yule, Rchuboth, Lutienburg C. U. and From Danville by Pleasont Gap White- Drake.ville, and Arden' to Martinshurgl 5 '
, From Tit usville! by Eagle, and Spring Fort, Wyoming, Exettr, Keelerebnrgh, ernport. From Westminister by Union Mills, toLittlest Macfarland'd to Black' well, :Swansonville calland's Diclnniou's' "''Jm ( GirarJstow'n GUngary. 5.
Creek to Columbus. South Eaton Eaton, Tuiikhamiuck Winchester From Cumberland, by Flint Stone, and wn. From Brax ton C. 11, by Holly, Fork and Glade Hill to Rocky:Mount., : From-l.ngary to Washington Anjtr
.From Titusville,by Sugar Lake to Mead- Lynn Springville, mock, Mun- Elbcntiville, to RobinaonvilL From Wavcrton,' by Brownsville, to Lick, Strouu's Glades: and Beaver C. 1U From Danville, by Bachelor's. Hill, Cascade Store, in Morgan County. -. '. : : .'
Tllle. trose, LawsviUe Centre, Brookdale, and "rum.Javs', Depot by Buckeytnwn, to Bohrersville.. to Nicholas C. II. and Irisburg, to Martinsville. From Gleninore to HowanlsvilT. --.. .
':'. From Texas, by Morris,Wellsboro, Chatam Corbettsville, N. Y., to Kirkwood. Greenfield Mills. From Weverton, by Petersvillc. ,and Bur- From Boston C. H., by Holly River, From Davis' Mill by Fancy Grove, and ,From Glent'.Ue.bi;' Cox' .MilU, .BoW mit
:;' Valley, Little' Marsh, Knoxville, and From Wilkesbarre, by Kingston. TruckTiller From Cumberland, by Brady's Mill. kettftville,to Rohrersville. Middleport, Fork Lick Sand Run.Stroud's Alexander L wick's. in Bedford.:'county, I creek; Oxford. Lawson' Store,and',WLtU -
"' W atfteld. to Pine Creek. huntsville, Lehman, Dallas,and Bow- Western Roil, New Creek Depot, Mount From White Haven, to Reallsnlle' Somerset Ghuies.and Laurel Creek, to Braxton C.II. to Bergcr's store, in Pittsylvania county. Oak, to Ritchie C. H. i. -
* From lowanJa,by Highland Burlington man Creek, to Tunkhanuuck. Carbon, Langallen, Frauk nnlle. Summit- County. .. From Braxton C. 11., by Flatwood,Bull- i From Davis's store to Berger'' store I Irons GlehnTille;by Towsend MlDiyto '
", west Burlington East Troy,Tro1S'lvania I From Wilkesbarre, by Church Hill. to ville, Awbler burg, Three Forks, 'fetter- .'rom.White Hall, by Stablmville, on Town, Ireland; Bennett's Mill's,Settlementand Pittsylvania county. i Stout's Mills, In Gilmore county. '.' '
.. and Sullivan to Coyington.'j" Nanticoke. man, Valley Falls, Benteu' Ferry, and Lit the Baltimore akd Susquehanna Railroad, Bush's Mills, to Weston. From Dinwiddie C. H., by Ritchierille, : ,From ,Gordonsville. by' BarboursTiB, ''

from wand& by highland Burlington -i From Wilkesbarre, by White Haven, tie Station, to Wheeling, and Buckstone, to Gorsuch's Mills. From Braxton C. II., by Rocky Camp, to Goodwynville. 'r! Stony.Point, ,and Rackersviflejlo,StaadardTille. *- -"" Si
,.. East Smithficld North Smithfield, Morrison Rock 1'ort and Wetberby to From Darlington by DuUinto, Slate lulL From White Hall by Shawsville, and Birchtowu, Big Otter, and Newton, to From Dragon Ordinary, (Glenn's. ) by : ., S -*. s t
BtnUr.Creek, and llidgeburg, to Wells- I Mauch Chunk. From Davidsouvilllu by outa River, Taylor, to Jarrettsville. Cleudeuin. Scuffletown and G. W. Simond's store, to : From Gordensville.,by Somenet, Jacksonville 'i
: burg, ew York. From WUliamsport by Newberry Linden West Rivar.Trac.'. Landing Friendship, From Williamsport to Hagerstown.DELAWARE. From Brcnttville. by Independent UilL, Matthew C. H. : ,' Madison ville, MadJKxr c. :IL, ; :
I. From Trappe by Schenk's Store Sum- ,Jersey Shore. Chatham Run, Dunn Lo er'31.rlbc'I'Cb'et'nut Hill, Huntingdon to Belle-lair Mills: From Dumfries Independent HilL I CreighlerivilTo, and. Muknillet: .New i ii
erytown. and Ilarlaysville! to Franconia. burg, Lock Haven Flemington, Mill Hall, Prince Fredcricktou and Port Republic From Canterbury,** by Berrytown- ) From Bniadford to Tazcwell C. H. From Emans to .Pay ton'*. Store Frank- Market. .- 5-

J'rom Treinont, by Bear Mont, Wiconis- Salona, Lamar, Nittany, Ilublersburgh and St. Leonard's. tern's Corner, Vernon, Burnville, (Md.') From' Buchadnon by Fiench Creek and I'm oountYi -- ,", from Grajson C.IL, by,.Ptaei;Bottom.. 4:'.
cor Short )Mountain Oakdale, and Eliza- .Zion to Bellefoute. From David onyille, by Tajlorsville, to to Denton. Frenchton to Bennett' Mills. From East River Princeton' Independence. Bridle'creek,MisitheiWil'ij
. bcthviUe to Millersburg. From Williamsport, by Warrensville, Millersvile. From,Cantwell's Bridge, by Middletown.' From .Buchannon. by Harkcr Creek From'Evansvflle, by;FelIowsville, DOD-I son and Nathan' creek North earoCna, to iJetferson.
From Trexlertotrn by Middletown to Lycommg Creek, Slate Road and Larry's ''From'Denton, down Fowling Creek, Upper and Warwick, to Cecilton. N.rS&lem.West Milford.Turnpike Jane- ndton, Kingwbod,Allbright Muddy creek;i 5- J. .
' Hereford. Creek, to Jersey Shore. Hunting.Creek,- New Hope, Federals- From Cumberland,, by .FlintStoneand lew, Kincheloe' Creek to Its head, and Valley Point,Brace ton-Mills,and'Br ndon- 'From Grayson C. H,by Spring Valley j

From Trout Run by Libertyto Blossbnrg. From Willianwport. by lhbu, Crescent burg. Canoon'a Ferry, and Seaford, to Concord Elbensvillc, to Robisonville.' down th. Green Brier, to west Union. ville, to Somerfield. Elk creek,,Bl lne Spring, aDd Ky r Valley tManoo .7 .' '

.. From Tunkhannodk by Russet HilL, Ster- Trout Run, RJ.ton, Canton Alba, Delaware. From Dagsboro, by Blackwater RoB'sStore From Auckland by Auburn anti ,St. From Fvansvill,bj pCestorviUe" and" Glady. ', ." -5 j.
Ii wu, Braintrcm Skinners, Eddy Lacey- Troy, Columbia Cross Roads, South Creek, From Easton, by Upper Hunting Creek toTunnell's Store: Stephen, to, Weaversville.From creek;'to Phillippa. From Grajson C. H, "Scott camp 51 jiCarolina. !
Lime Hill Cannon's From Georgetown by .Concord, .Laurel!, Buckland, HaymarketThorough Fcom ,Estillville by stock'creek, 'Rye .
yUle, Itrowntown, Wyalusing and Southport, N. Y., to Elutira. New hope; Federalsburg, Ferry, ; -
Rummcrilvld Creek Standing Store, Wy- From Williamsport! by Warrensville! Del. Senford, and Middkford, to Concord. Salisbury, Md., Fork town,and Upper Trappe ru and the Plains to Salem Fanqnier. cove, Patt nlYille- Stickleysville, Powell's 'From Greenville to&., .5 '
ox. TowtsHa. UUter., Milan. and Athens Barbour's Mills, UiU'. Grove and Millview, From Easton, by Hillsboro to Denton. to Princess Anne. From Buckingham C. 11, by'Mount Vin- Mountain Shaver's creek, Jonesville; Rose ', From Greenwood Depot by BroGk'nPkMountain '
Waverly, X Y. to Dushore. From Eaton,by Royal UaktuSt. Michael's. From Georgetown by Millsboro' &lqy- co, Glednmore. Diana Mills, and .Virginia Hill. to Cumberland Gap Kentucky Top, \Vajnesboro', and f ishtr *- V
- From Tunkhsonock, by West Eaton, From Wind Gap to FHcksville. ville, St. Martin's, (Md".) 'Berlin, Newark, Mills, to New .Canton, in Buckingham From Estillville, by stock creek; to'.Pat- vile,toStauntun., V (
and to Hill Fair Snow Hill, Sandy Hill!!, Horutown, (Va.,) County' S. toruviL'e. Greenwood '
; I'ork town Loveltun Bellsylva, From Woodcock by Teeples, to Town From Elkton by Cherry ill From pot.b7.Brookmu., :
Doshorc. Line Road, and Frisby'*Settlement,to Wa- i Blue Ball: Brick Meeting House Rising Chincotooguc, Modcsttown.'., Metompkin, From Bufordjt, by Blue Ridge' to Fin From Estillville, by Qnillensville.and' Greenfield, Rock-Fub Mount.Hortbv'toCovington ,
: From Tunkhannockjby Pierce ville,Nich- terford. Sun, Fountain Green, Pa, Kirk's Mills, Acoomack C Frankto'n Onancock, Pungoteagne, S castle. Nkholasville' ,!to Grassy creek., and Variety MiUs,toTJ'*-lWftf. .,
'- clson Gleuwood, Lenoxrille Clifford and From Womeidorf MUlback lo Shaef- Oak Hill!! and Gosben, to Chesnut Level Bellehaven and Johusbutown From Burkes ville to Jeffry's Store. -F_ Estillville to Kingspbrt. Warehouse. -. "*/ ? .
-.' Dundofl; to Carbondale ferstown. From Elkton, by Chesapeake City, Bohemia to Eastville.. From Buford'o Depot to Bucbannoiv From .Fairfax. C. H; by fall** "church From Grove ,by Bristoe,to Brentcv jHe. i -
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! Frum Tuscarora by Pilmar,to C tawis&a"Vallay. From Wrightsville, by Margaretta Furnace Mills, Warwick, Head of Sassafras From Millaboro,' by Angola- Lewes.' From Buffalo Gap, by-Bill' Valley. Wil-! iksley'a cross ,.Roads! and ,Brixtoo, to From Guyandotte. by Amaatta aod *
. New Bridge ville, Grahamsuille and Georgetown Crus -Hoad4 Harmony, Erie- From MHlsboro,' ,by Gumboro., to bom' Springs, to Clifton Foag *' Washington District of Columbia.'-. Wayne IL, to Lomw Ky. i ,
y From Tirone,by Phiilipsburg Woodland, York,Furnace to McCall's Ferry. ville, CliestertowuChurch Hill!!, Oentreville Whaleysville, Up. From Buffalo'Gap. by'Estellme Furnace* From Fairmont by Mill Flilla.''and worthingtuh From Guyandotte ky south Landing and >-
Cur. na\'iI1e. Easton and Oxford to From Milford, by Williamsville! Bridge- Bell's Valley, and Penther Gap.to Wilboro to Shinnston. Savage Grant to t
;. and Citrarfield. to From Wyalosing, by "Merryall, Camp- Wye Mills ,Trappe, CatUtttsbcrj, &y. iFronxHali
ville norse Cro B Roads. FederaUburghand From Fairmont, by Palatine .Sarietta.
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From Uiiiontuwn, by New Salem, McrriUtown town 'and Stevenville to Pike.. Cambridge. Spridgs. ixC.lLifotdYinpPe7t.* -
Brownsville, Frederick tow nMillsboro From, Wyaliuing to Sugar Run. From EUicott's Mill to Clarksville. east'New.Market. to Cambridge.: From Cabell,C..n. Ashland. -. Prnntyto\vnr Sitnpsoa's creek. ," ,Pleasant burg-Aspen o roye,'and Spring Gardva,.,to >'

Crarks ville,and Jefferson to Waynes- From York,* by Emigsville, Mount Camp- From Fair Hill, by Lcwisville, to Kemblesville. From Milford by Cedar Creek;and' DrawBridge From'CalUhan'a to Sweet'.Spring*. creek, IhilhpaU'ker'i. Settlement' ; and. PitUjIvauia C.IL. :y :f 'j
burg. boll Manchester York Haven Etter' and .t<) LWf.? From Campbell 11.by, Pigeon Run, IleadsTilk, to-B fverly; : From Aalifax.C.I. LBloomsburg, Mount .
-From Newark, by Cook's Bridge; Glas and liven Hill! to Broo eal. From Fafrmount, by Farmington BUck-
Marysville ,
From Uniontown by McClellandtown.Masontown New Cumberland to Harrisburg. From Frederick, by )Middletown Boli- Cannel.. and Cunningham: Milton.t jj .
Carmichael's Eice' Laading: From York by East Berlin, to York Sul! Tar, Boonsboro', Benevola,.Funkstown lIa gow. Summit Bridge,. Middiitown, and 'FroniCas*ville,'up sandy and Tnz' Fork shires,-" Mannington, Beaty' 31ill Pine From Htns'>nr'He, by Willow Spring, .
Warwick; to Cecilton.! ; Rivers by.I1.am ltatclitf'lI1nton store Grove, and Porter's Falls, to New Marti08- '
and Jefferson to Wayne&burp..From pburSpringo. gerstown, Conococlieague. Clear Spring, In- and Dxkinsonville. to ,BickIeTs' .,MiIIs.--
Uniontown, by McClellandtown From York Farmers dian Spring Indian Springs, and Millstone From Red Lion'to Summit" Bridge.' Mount of Pond, Denniss', Reed''and Bar- ville. From,Uallsboro,'by Powhattaato BallsTiUe. ,:
by Abbottstown '
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., MasmtowGreensbornMadetoa White- Hanover and New xford Point to Hancock.From .' From Smyrna tb 1.eipsic.From Its Roj to Roak's Gap. From Fairfield to.Brownsburg. *' S:
| toCarmichad'a. ,Ucbberrystown .' Frederick,by Walkers ville,Wcods- SU George's, by, Delaware City' to from Capon Bndge.to Hook's Mills. From' Fancy-Hill to Thompson' Land' From Harrisonbnrg-- by -' moa t f,
" y* Kennett's to Gettysburg. S 'Jiddl ucevillc Port Penn. I From Capon Bridge, by,Cold, Stream, toBboomery. ing. ,. Edon Bowman' Mills .'. 'and '
- From Uuionvillc, by Square From York; by Dover, Rossville, Lewis- bor, Ladiesburg, burg FrOwVestminlla' Union Mill to > Gap '
; Hamorton, FairvillcandCentrcvile,(Del) berry, Llsburneand Sidensburne and Sid- Taneytown, Piney,Creek, Litdestown, Pa., ; by. .From'Fancy3hill to Lexington.'From TimbervJte,,to New.Markst i's ',-
Littlestown Dmo.1''R Edward C.H.
'to Wilmington. McShcrrystown to Hanover' : From Capon Bridge by ; FarnilJeby Princa From narri bnbiirs. by DayJon, Bridgt- \
ensburg Mecbanicsburg. From Washington by NewcastU,'Chip--Smith' and north River MeetingHouse Midway Inn Roanake Bridge Charlotte' *
,. pap ,
From to Geneoce Forks. From Monocacy Bridge to Frederick. water, Mount Saloon Parnassu*, and Long f '
From York Dover Dilllburi
: by Wellsville Red Lion,Saint GeOrge'sMcDonougtiUantwelI's to Fabius.- 11 .-Midlaa ,
: From Waynesburg* by RogersvilJ Jolly &Dd'A1ten From Frederick to Jefferson pe" ; Glade to Staunton.. .->/ %-.>. .. J. a
..To.'n, Blacksville, (Va.) to. Wayneaburg. From, York, by, to Pine Mcchanicsburg.Hill.Cordons. .He From.Frederick,by Mount Pleasant, Liberty Bridge Black, Bird, .Fredrica Smyrna; From Cedar Grove Mills Timber.Ridge.. ; Rogers ville,Bloonnburg,and Cunningham's From Uarrisonburg... by ,cro ss-- Kya. i -.S
1 Dover Camden, Canterbury, From Cedarsville to Emory, 1, storeN. Co to Milton.FromFarmiliebyJamestown' '
.Unionville Oak Orchard Sam'sCreekNewWinde'r Rockland Mills and mount Mftlduko % .
Store ,
'" From Waynesburg. by Simpson's trie*,KioWa Mills,'.Md.,. Manchester, andBachman' rown, and War- )1iI fora. and Milton to Georgetown.From' From Centreville to'gangster's Station. ,to Dca- > ; vPortRepublic.
Intent West Alexander. Wakefield, ? ,'
ud ,
pood ;to Mills to Westminster. S ;
LovevilU.. NewGarden1 < I -
Wilmington by From nniU by /all' Mill*,and tonaville S
Cbapm ,
Call's' )Mills fieldsbure to Westminster. IrOmfli ksllrd bl PutHjkni Drtwry- ; v'ville
j From Waynesbnrg by From York by.Dallastown,Apple Grove J
'Chatham to
and Pa;, Avondale, and CabellC'U. to Guyandotte .' From, Fannvilie bi Paine' TavernLanghorne' toTranklia '.
Mechanics ; and Jerusalem.
N Pn'rsleyrtkigarllun From Frederick by town Depot.' >
jWhite Cottage ew Freeport, .
Union and Castle
Cross t.'buefIJrd Fin
Richards ville. .
Cochransville. From Chancellors to Tavern. Cumberland! C. .
ll.v s'GreeziPlains
and Knob Fork MiddJe- St. Mary's College, to Emmitsbnrg. Erom flickaturdby Rylaad'" Depot, .
jo to Peach Bottom. Newcastle. ;
from Wilmington to From. Chancellorsville by Todd'*,to Oak forest and Cartcrsville.fo PemWrton.From *
1unrne,. (\..) :From.York Sulphur Springs by Bermu- From Frederick, by Utica MilllCre VIRGINIA" Daniel ville. ." ,5- Fannvilie,'by.Cunisville, to,Buckibeham ,N.C: andSuflnnit, :to'Gat-* t
" From)ray 'burg, by Hunter1 Core dian Hall and Davtdsbore, to York. town Graccham Gettysburg.Emmitsburg, and Green From Abingdon, by Poor hhitTennesseehioltonyilleyand From Charles ,city C.H._ .to ppenc'sStore. C.H.. ton.,5 PrnmflrdStO3IoiIt.T'S '
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_ .Jlane1"Vindrid'Va. ,Beefer'i Rverson's Station Station and From Youngstown, by Brandenville' New Mount From, PL.Georgetown to by Senaca Hi1l'J ooJa. ; Rockhold's,. to Eliza- : "' --From. FannTille by Hitnpden Sydney From Hicksford, by Sway fount twrencpvUla. i ; .-
Poplar Spring,( ) Blalrsville Livermore Tunnel! ,
Derrr v
btthtown. From Charleston by Rippon, to.Berry* College Princa Edward C. U. :
to Harper's DiamontI'GrovTanner's iH
,Lime Stone, to Mounds ville- Saltsbarg! Coal! Port; Klsiminitas, Apollo, ville, Edward' Ferry, Barnexrille' From Abingdon. Doliton and ,Uan- ville. ._ From Farmville by" Prospect; Walker's tor ,
From Warren, by Germany: Corrdon, and to Ferry, (V*,) Lombardy Grove; and Union :Level-'to
Leechburg, Freeport. sonvill to,Lebanon.' I .From Charleston to Kabletown. ChirChC1'.Aer-! Concord "

) sprout Spring, .S a
Onovill. Ten Mile Spring and Buck Tooth From G len Rock by hletrick'smdKroi'a : Bo dtun. :,
; MARYLAND. ClearBranch Three ,
Manchester.-- From Abingdon,by From Carlotte C..U. by Buugh.creelc, and salma to Lyynchburg.,. From Hbrnectbwn. tor { !*
Mills to Chfrtcoteaqa* ?
-to Little Valley.. From'AddJsonPa. ,by and Jfilla, > and Block Faileng.hridgeand. B *
'IS Selbysport Mill Point'Arcadia Mount F Fearnstille.to Smithfield.
Springs : Red.Housed : rom I
I HilUville
Froia Warren Ono From Glymont to Port Tobacco. I From ..by'thi Glade*, ,andpfperGap
bi.Ktama.CorydO .
Accident to Oakland the Baltunoe and ,
on toEstdlvi1le. to Campbell IL From Sew '
House : j Zion i. !Fincastle-by Craig's creek
Chewsville Cave- : to Grayson. H. ;
Y. BuckTooth ,
N. FromHagwntownb1'
Ttn M3
Sphng (
vUIe Ohto Raidroad. CralgsKinderhook .
From Abingdon, by Ravensnest, From Charlotte C. H- by Aspen CastleSinklngcreek- MidwaySJm -
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Sabillisville From Store' to salt
' nd Kilbuck. to From'Annapolis,by Millersviile l Crpwns- town, Smith Wr'g, 'Foxville Graceham. i and Rocky ,Point .to' Estill! Cub, creek, and r&,to Green .HilL, viller Level. Oreen. ,Newport" MacksburgPeinlruke In llopkin'a Si"DMt : Sulphur t 0 ,
From Warren, by Irvine', YoungBviHe, ,-i1le, and Patuxent;Annapolis JoncUon. and Mecbanicitown to CrossRoads i ville. From Charlotte C, H.to Dasherville, PearUburg, Bell Potnt east Sprngc From utrardati1Je.countyj Nood1rinj.t" .
'Tittlfield, Garland, Spring Greet West From Auiiapolis1 to Broad Creek., From Uagerstown by Lappons'a Craigs' Bethel' bI church c
From Abingdon, by Ravensnest From Charlotte C.IL. by; Watkin's Store River. !!ue tone Springville Taze-
Mount Vlnco,
, rSpnng Creek Spar! n.burg, Cook, Wayne From Annapolis,by Church Sc Marga to Bakerarille.. Kinderhook. and RockyPoint to Extillrille \YilIieiburg, Red Oak Grove. ;and :.Oakley. well C/; IL Knobb, Makkn spring, Elk- to Buckingham o'U B:
s.nJ Union Malls "ate., From Hanover by )IcS errysto1fD to FrOnt Howardsville by Turn.l : *
JU Baui to '
; RtI'Wate Patapsoo Meeting . JoG Warren by Frewsburg.;Jamet'ttnrn. to Baltimore. .Gettysburg. Gap Holston River, add Saltville., .to From t.a.'n..-to Ro8nakellridge. Grassy-creek, OsLorn's*, ford stony ,creek, AtignsU c\Mmty : ;
anJ Delati to Dunkirk, NY.( .5 'From Baltimore by.e Dennis;Elkridge From Head Sassafras, by Millington, 'From'Uontersvillelit.Martin'*:.Bottom 'U'
H. Charlottsville !
.1'uetrel1 C.' .,From,( ,'by'Hydraulic Mills tile coroPsttonuileSuckleysvdle, Powell -
r Edra ,Stony creek, Ol attld. ford oC'Bi Elk
Sheffield and :
. : From'\&,by Mead Landing Annapolis function Savage. Lau- SudlenYillez Long Mar-.bBridgetonGreeos- C.-IL LocuslviUe to J ROM lid and ;
to Denton.From .' From Accumac by Earleysville, Free Union;) lllington'Mare-! Mountain, ,- Sprngsiflnofiat arid Saliiu"cdUtilt '
New and '
I.ncI..to.Ridg1:1r& Factoryik4ts.vin: ; and Jiladensburg, to bonlt; Whiteleysbuig, Iron Locust Mount. ,. t S 1JJ.', River.Brown's'covePort .Repa liC Walnut! UilV to Cumberland 'Gap'FrOm IfI4;
.. From Warren by HusselUmr And CAT Washington'U Jarrettsville, by Lagrange l.rumAldiC.toSncker1Jeo 'Tocklind Mills and crossKeyto /: 'Flncastle by .'Amaierdam ,.clover 4
., Mount Meridian. : 'FromJtdnfersti; frB1tCHL
HiU. t
31 N1Y Jamestown. Vorks Pile villa to Slate ,
From Baltimore by Lauraville Cub Hill Aocatinkand.Oc- -
; From Alexandria by Ilarriso'nburg. Dale,BigLickalnLafaettcb'hawsville,
** Lany Jackton flbfREedyIIle,44
Laurel by'.Drayton Front '
'FrwaWarrcnhmly ISolthOngo Fork House and FalUton JielAir From FacturJ, ". : A
Meeting to Dumfnes.FrouiAlerauJrU FromCharlotiesTtltB/by GartanJr*qyea Christ'uuuburg Lovely Alount Newborn '
and to isruokydle. cnvuan, : New CaTifortua, to tlenrie'*Ibrk. t
.la.oOn'gOo Spr.i1g j
toTheolopcolSeminary..From'Alexandria 'vtlle! 'Lovingston,"ROM Mile New Glasgow and Draper'.,Vtlleyto; ,Wytheville.. '
. Park From Jackson C H.
0 reat by Deer Lkk
BorenPojrity. Ionardtownby Mill. .
Xr Washington,by *- From ,
Brom Baltimore Qovanstown to Tow- (Church; and lt
by .Nail's : nand
4 by Amber.lt 0.'1L"an Cool Well, to Lynchburg From FinoutUe, biJunction'
LiodleyVt Hall and Su Inigoes; to'lUdgevFrom Batblo Pline.r1 and Upland to mud fcv!e. 4
:: Sparta i1la.Am1t1r.aDd -
.sontown Republican Mills to DranesviUe.; ; -, Rich. Patch,Covington.. From JaeksWCi
' : u.-by ATGnaT'.M
McSherrystown '
ZnNi;Jjrypsburs. Littlestown, by Alexandria [ Mount.. Pierce,, ,Hardin's Tavern From Fincastle, Tinker Knob 'Cataw-
Froca:Wwhinrfon. by CharUera 'Cross Frutn Baltimore, by Harrisonville North toHtaover., :From by -FromCharlotteuvlIle, by by Moore' Mills, ttt Ale GroTe7'' i.i"Froni <
;Freedom : Franklinville Aumnd'CliaiitilLa Pleasant ..VaUeyrcul' Mechum's River Yancey'ii'MilU Brook- b&and McDonald's MilU, to Blacksburg. '
7 na Branch Porter's JaaksbnVilHr (ft' dci1otiIs
ICfceV DJer CUrry IlilV *> From Magnolia by Gunpowder Upper )
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,. > Wiodficld,5am' .Cretk. ilcltwtry's iMlt }FalUton. Aldria, Middleburg,; and' Upperyille, ville,Wa cstoro'and Fisbcrtville to Staun- Prom FincaiUe,by Craig's creek, Middle by'.Buflalo",Muotiipi'tojntjret'th4 Ta ,.
: fitenbenvilte, (Ohkx) Falls/and Jerusalem Mills to >- S
Mountains Mountain house red .S..eepriltg'
mdU'Bidgli Luiontown. Paris.v \
, 10 to ton. road front HilUville
.vgp' .Mountain
'I from,Washingtov to tylonlowa. From Baltimore. Vashtngtonytllcr. -Mills, t.u I'alii">p.. From Alexandria;by Anandale! Fairfax: ,' From Ctiarlottsville, by carter's Bridge, to white Sulphur. Spring. .' :' mount '' [ t
Eddy N C. ?
MidAUiandna by.Woodbury > andEmer- ( Aim| ;
west )
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' From Wahington,Ly BoooklandvUle} From Magnolia, by Abingdon, CHM.Chantilly,'PJeasaht. ,Valley,: Arcohi,. to ScotUville. Froof flat Rock,,by Elk lim. Aet'Cl1 Tram.Jorieslcw I
iflm Ellengowan BroTrhlMXin
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(*, Lndeendenoe F" O.J4' 'Waterman's tOn tufelAir' Aldrie. Middleburg,.Rector*,', XJross,Roads, From ''Cbarlotte*Y l1e' ,to University 'of .. and Jeterville, t*_'Veatonyill.! U' 1
. 1 w.n.krJ.l 0) PbIIlp.bur .{ ) Cockeysville, ii.li Philopolis, fru Middlelown to W:01 yil1e. UppervUle.Paais: ,a d'MI.Woo. to'. Win ; l mfleetodcadeuiyby' Brulng- Upshnfctinnty.. ; V "S,..

,Snuj.htJtld' "; .,and Cold'Spm>! to. Uaakfun Wbite _.m$ .8h.sb 'P&t From Monrovia,by :Nevr' 'Marke New Chester.From'. : '.Vit*- From Chatham HiU to Marion. ton ,Walkerton, ,Stdt rw.iUe.' nCartoo! ?*I From ra""u'a :by Poplsr:"D..to '

.- Rock. n. Hallem.and t Xlbertytown, .Uniooville, and tAfexandria:'by'rFaJrfax ::StationStaUou1a From '.Clarksburg by JJuiet, Dell Ro-, stuns-King and Queen C. H: Little ,'(]. Smoky Ordinary,4', : ::
jiFI'O W&te 'u .
tJTjfo6tT/lle/ C'Yaa'Yorl -. .. '] -Jobusville, to Middteborg. SanMte StatibVJ rl"V: ; mine '. Mills, Pee-I1reeeck'a! Ran, ,aod mouth Shackleford PJatft'Tiewii. d woods From JeffresV Store,, LaaTtfHU: : -
,) Villa, Wajne, Cobonbtts; Lott&rtf SueaBjove /, Cr :From,Mo nt.Airy.to Damaftruf.: Mart Station i CattettValnutt.Branch,DwWsmvUViirandy trs' Store;to Duon. .. Cros*'Roaon,,to : :; .' : Double Drioig/:'!& Or"- -w-V-u-_'
. /aad BasiU, to JamesiwwnTx;!.. 'Frwm Baliimore; fcy Avaloa, 'hlctcr1illh 'From New'Market; to.GotchettV Ferry, .- ,- Station "C'I-. .i roJi Clarksburg'by JrajiUnd.. OverJ J .From Floyd '0.:11. by' Indian,Valley, burg. DdpreeV Old:etore,: '". #

. S From U'atrrvine,' by- QimtM. villa' nd AIbertoflWoodstockMamotUytlkSjkwiU4 .Dorchester, U untl. ,- -.. 't" -CUtfleTpeLlL. M.tcheU's Station.RapidFrotaAppomsttoi .ficldVMelbrv PbiippaBarke'sandLeMiUetaSeCrlt. 'settlement,1 Willis', fudge;. GreasjT emlc;. tnd .Drug 'Iff' J.' 'and.. :'Scot. bnr.- ,'.. $.. 1!
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.. Point bTJtock*, Wererton, Keep Rock Rung,'to DarUngtsnii;' t< }'roIDAioeUa O.lL ,bfDtDJUniUet&DQtlDbOj'IUI..fW Yiite I irairmoun' :,, Meredith lairvie" Va. 'to,:VVelUviHe; Ohio. ': 1
* "rol'\, ldbyfns ,creeikf 'PalDlitt trlatk'Harpert Ferryflr.;DuffieldSKerwy5lh I -; From.Piscataway,by.Beantown, ;Bryan: NaJ'DDZIU : Tavern;'Laurel Point, ,AmitUvlHe' Morgan- ,r..Fom. of,Yireto, W O0d i r.o 'Am l viD 5 f'I" .
if. II Fj sinpWebwsdeuLysnsvUle yrc.ycsri4Mirtibug; town:tod Charlotte |J1a1t Uouardtown.: : .Depot, by Stoa QuartojWatfcrpo .Stenrt&toyjs Jc'I'Perry hand:5- : : : ,i-GisMB j.

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foflowinr -. -.. ."J 1'0- ._1vAaii llMiwnri"- l ". &. ,- .
JG5C"Tbe extnds jfrom the tJ '
,4rnMba t1t; last tit .,. poor..uijr"iBftjr""Thomas*' ".-.j.FV! ***'Drayton****_ *rf fcaf Jjq*V "*' ; ,Edilar''. 3 aid ';JOi1f: ..ft *1 l:t.L. sttters!,: 72*.5'.,'the'grtat heat not exceeding 9C ; meat of earth,and Jio* pmervtd tata it*'

l'I' f1'tH" ': .. President of the '''Charleston. and Savan,- -.&b7;hi;! < 't h...;'di;. e1th'i ibi5lb1thl1etbsFiciai > .'. The-. ,, sajexed., -. table' wiH show' ihe.mean season of & Jp .CIDI

.rah JlaUro4Cctnpauj.U! be'found: : iit, : It,_,-.J_. be- ''called. p' .. ; lf' .t1.:: .",s eorIi. .. /.'theuttte ,. ...., .. t'Jri: Ja month. H r.the" sspriod .I'JanDUJ' 11 J id ul"fl Ms 1atPmr.
'r 1JUlIU", setvitnda"coihp. American' lme .SL AugnstletM m. : .I and b rtnrs ot,six to eight feet ..
MJ & 1 rVI L$: very tnteresting, and perhaps useful,to hepeople : : ., apart
the i"Vre r y" l. .r6 ;- .82"61Febrnar" From thi jointsof the eiaa thus
of a iDel1' 1 .; C
of our'state at the |oncri$ i t planted
present I .
$ P.1" .. ,82
r4)2tUiu .' .FED S, i85&I conUrainf SSut does. many piw&e 'facts a1& ; nam of,Casuieijto hti1t: 'rarhead. -ot< ':f.. F. ., < : .'', 'noM"IA 68';1 the fPlPtD i. ,ua4.

4 .,.,- .4 i ae !obJpresetitMncoutained1 ''lliD. : ; UII.r ':73 weeded, thinned.IDeS-embanked fib
and Ideas concerelcgthe esUbfishmen! 'ani, a' 'r-tllti1, ,. ... <: + : \ : ,:'. : all .
--- :
KOTICBfvf building of RtUroiaau JWe Coaroiead to: .. L" "'.i. a all tae,. ." ::u,.. $* $ $ ,' 7e 47' The fte Util tu teftf.1foiliup
ittmnces toWiLECOLE.iL.i s tlie attention *-* otRUt.1Ur .4'*. ---V.-S !; -... 'beutIoaaV ? :8.1 : !,, Gl 31' the plough,and hoe, .nntil about the first of

*;I1at !,( r.M d1r to: frtb cudicuetRo4re -th-! gB : ".IMt" -permtI4d 4sthn4 o c-ibleu-.1.spes" '." !! _to : ?_ \ ; 11,.shows, August to have been the Jane;.when, it Is left to take care of ltaeJt,

Pi.1fo .. ah1L ormrJO'tW 'a bOrlestj : ie .,atouta.expose.:, 1 ,shell{:- ir w the"r...I. 0.C.C. hottest'month; with the meaD temperature rnFloridX re tie frost do not pene

4-A* ._- 1835.. --- ._-_ 1 I'O e.50! P g1'J ,:4-t \ ; : ; ,connepettto:the:d3ssectloi .:, 'F.---, 'BRVt ,. or *tJ8"rtnd'l. >ecembfr ss tfcor coldest at rate, the'ground, crops maybe secured for
lure flla otter. Ccmll" 'rem ftcs:.of Cissiua and think 1 cic"t .r -1"- "+*< "*? Jfe?* several years, springing from tho old
t ta.
i ro
;:. tt1w bj :'received,.and will tppearIn eemqdevpe4: r, ---L-- '
,succeed'iii convinqr k 'nO.Rt)Aj't :: 'PflODbCON&, t' This is called rattooiung but it is
Mt oar_ t... 1 the lin*irill! be ao laid tj wn t1tpibbr.ter 1'1t aF'i to
..4. .. and,bettrmiebetwwBj'Charlcayefl "_ ,they are arc.o of her most I t Cite Sod'.it q i Qwjng to tbe peculiar locationlof Florid' plant anotr ly however.Of .

.z- The steamer & ,ibwk from Ss ; &ti-iierosft; r beboagbtl t.a !: JBoUj'or'the ,.J i1ht"ot.literary; I.' her, 'a rkaltbril. > ourafVare very rich,sad the sngsr- ui, there are many Tarie-
i Vannah wii behind time her last 4 Uou dt :r of u : "o'thebl or:,d i,FJq da '
a. day on ". .. J l0 : : ," :, ; probably more diJe $dJ"n those ylanyjblhcrStatefn t tie adapted.to,different. aoUx.and elimste
f trip,. which waa occasIoned by getting: : 'Ibm* .ri1n.J-J.-. \' :.ttibbilt sn4efl' ; : \my mark;that"I-was" drawn mto th are-added oUjercausea, favorable tothe"invalid the Unioall To thefe l* south of 30north latitude, the yellower.,,

e' 2round Dear BruMtrick. .1 iitlhj p.kliWPin'IBU1"'t'the, bec nbij7bt: eprOfpect. : -IMS1USp&C. that;genUemah ,. such.as the'characUr:of the'Iater lurtM f-ihcae great staple of southern agniculture3 mOre tender 'kinds! ,are' prepared as tSej

It bat llavedfrizt and almost, tnovedg of a tOca'tradC;and ether collate' '..by:attempfied; ':playupoia' the ;the! :.aroma of the .pine forests,..,andth&frrntIre.io i i cotton, sugar-cane, rice, tobacco have plenty of j,time xto matare wiOtoatlbe- .

in tblt locality on ,.eersl occasions 'd'Ei.j considerations, i lo the neglect of .thoserule .- ", i il "drawn,"'without_wittidamorjpoint ; :: ( 'the soil, ,which j ia indrorn, ',can be :padded.those of',1be neigh' endangered db1[ froaf. .

l b past week.-' *Such- continued cold.&th-: lion*of 4h a tIw road>,ttld have CO.em'Prorer"Joca.been most injuriously' Jb ; I ( .thi ks no"..true-Amerjcan_ be seldom rendered' unfit for waIIdnganddri-; bofing'Islands.of the tropic, ,such as fruits, ,The following is a description of several

'er is taprecdeoted hereabonta, aflectcd by the rivalry of new and shorter. ; io become 'tho.apolpgiit! : for ,- i igg by,mod. Beautiful hikes and.stream coffee, cochineal arrow-root indigo, Ac." kinds of cane:. The ,Bourbon],Cane-._this
sAfWe ."* line betwcenthe, same termini. Now,the ) d,, heads ,bf:Eoropej.:,Tvithout some afford fine opportunitfes.for' boat"cxerciscJMid &'!. In regard' to the_adaptation of .the !variety! mostly? .of a purple.color, has a

: aro pleased to learn from ,Albany true line ror a RaIcondll, things Jbeingequal vnng? influence. Cassius'well 1 knowsj' pt sC iwyjsporis.: : The forestrand: ;the. country produce.-coffee, an experienced thick.cpating; matures early! "ratteens well

l1llrt1ii pro p t -f''fealbg-: as rig 1s tr .n' roth directions, ) ,fias a'particif l Af.sense.or co .r rehen- field afford' a ';fine l ope'for'' the botanist planter of 'St. Domingo.in,a memorial to andyieldsgOo4' : quality 6,. sogari The,
would be .
a straight and level"one
'tfiererf lection o( William ILrSewanl, to i and how far departure from these. : that.I haye never been an.spoiogist l and florist,. and open la- splendid book for-. Congress for permission' to purchase twen Green'Ribbon Cane a of a yellewiso color
any conditions '
.'J 'Se nale'are tyooH- It 'u.thought thatOgdentloffiniiithe I mayj judicious, is a"6Ci>ntifiq and :; h; ; (fcrovned adsofEurope"al- the study" of N.*tuc,- such as the1'pentup ty-five thousand acres of land in Florida, vanieIby..tnijieo" ( light i green t'is ,
if l J veryoVIicate"
Attorney, .General ot economical question .to bo'. solved by- the his apparent.enmity:to,them may library ponderous folio :'or musty manuscript during the. year l82saysis follows : : ; is easily affected by.froat'but I

::t13ILStLt. nay_posaibly ba,elecod.a Engineer.. ,Tbe sat down as a sign in.,their favor never n afford.'Jibe buziyjostlingicenee "In East:Florida the'aM Is neither too wet ,yields well .The Red Jtibbon Gwr'las' 1
.; .L,{ ii '-" By way of illustration, let us "npposeroad ; a of ".the'worli are' left behind-all i is .
otherwise.' nor too dry, nor is the climate too hot nor too Cold
? The annual ,Races in Charleston, connecting points, 100 miles ap rt. : strips of dark purple of about aft loch ia
"(condemning the calm and ,quiet .and ,as most'of the pul. This narrow 'peck of lanif; being washed on the
condemns Brutus ,
: O'pow ene ba U 7Ui IntU'' Lovers The Engineer is induced, from. some motive width, ] it h very.beautiful, and has a liick
% -of fuM'ptt excitement' will doubtless boon or other, to increase'the ditance.to I Nothings,'after an'.ilI j dadmis. monarycliseasl of: the,country. is from the j SOuth" east and.w st by,the sea, possesses all the strong mt This species

'tin j sections af the 101 miles; :Now what,will be'the tax upon i i of knowing nothing about thera." Now crowded mart, the shop, the office, and I advantages which an Island enjoya,thasea-breei- and'ields very hardy,
r' fjtun various country, I : the'sim a good quality: & The
of' and
the community by this increased length ol which he counting-room this completechange' of esrnodifylngtheventlcsl says gar .,:
will a thing ,
.utho'Bil1otFsxor for the occaeion prom one mile ? recollect wafting.away tha approaching northern ster i.,! *' Qtahttte Cant has large joints,'with,defeat*
n' ed he will find that it habit and of scene !is of benefit unless
do great
to )
1ME1flUu&l attractions. The income of the road.,Is the money appears We see neck of land fear handred miles long, eyes i.is. easily affected by fros and requires '-
'. paid by the public for the,use of it, and is \ the spirits of Cassiur.himself and not the patient be:so completely wedded tO and aboni one hundred and thirty broad,from'the 'a warm climate" The"CrtoU Cane

? P TEa"O'S'TO.D&. YE A B ni'Itls made up receipts for carrying each pas er of a party, or a society, that I con foimer habit as to spend his time in'mbpin opposite ache. of which the land rises gentlyand is very rkb; its_ are small Wt ,

1 said that Go,'BOr Wright Indian ex senger and each ,ton of freight at a fixed : /* Cassins had taken stand from ane repining. ,Snch :cases there are-- nd gradmtlytoward. the centre.'whare; are lakes tIwt-these of the eyes larger
mile ; Otabeite.The
'I 'pects: on a.visit to his mansion Indian charg per he personally became a fair mark, such cases are usually mosthopeless ones. connected with each i to be the this cane is short nd
I Suppose $1,000,000 income the leaves
I bn the i2 l of the follow. oj b invalid' the distance of,one handred and ,mud without are straight
-ipotfi < February a road.100 miles long it would be 1.010 after receiving a shaft, he again seeks The must be somewhat imbued fifty do *

L jGoemorg of States yir' Gov., Ppxrelli 000 for a road 101 miles in length, doing an ed .himself in some society or party with the spirit' of that trite saying'of,Barn- receiving aay apply of. water from,any targe Red they Ribbon not Cane droop ,flEethe. Bourbon.and
foreign river, 'and,also about' small riven ; -
forty ,
I. >f 'Kentucky ; GOT. Johnson 'of Tenn ii equal amount business. In other words, fo 'there will be less danger of haTing aby Rudge's raven, to reap. the full benefit- :
*GWMedilIof Ohio; GOT. Matteson, of II. theincreased, distance of one mile, imposes hit. of the climate of Fl rida. whose sources are thirty or forty4 Balea'distant: Sugaf-'Canecfs:isaid lobe. composed of
an annual tax the as person ? from both shores, and whose waters are emptying woody fibre waterand In
1: : "Jl o1" ; aud Gi r.' 'Grimes of Iowa'The ;- mile,over upon and above public what,of their$10,000per expenditure us, D': Cassfus thinks few more such To the American invalid Florida has the L themseininto"botJa .. Now it is impouibla the following, 'prop tion.soluble'! matter

t galUnt CoL'Biuc1.li spoken of to wonld have been, had the road anti-republicaiiartice! 'as" the greatttdvantage, of being,beneath' Ihe ,sam I for thaae' greatsins.sons.tunstoszistlaafiat,. 10 :water: 72 'and"solublo: Woody: fibreabout
succeed Gen.Shields in the Senate of the"tJnlted been only 100 miles long. This annual expenditure one of Brotus," will l disgust 'every flag which lie has been'taught from infancy muddy gioond,'which at most eoold prodlloe"at' from matter
represents capital of $142. 51, a who loves to're'ere' the representative of the "lane reeds,and not the stately trees which luxmriantly ,J2.to 18 per .cen L, By .plougbinbthetrash
States, fivniflhi ois, in caseof; a at 7 per.cent. interest,. and of course' increases man, ttherindthe, home of the'brave." lIe grow sod cover its surface. On the other hand if j successive ,crops otcan.;mat be

Cul ore to re-etect.Gea. Shields. as the income or gross receipts of by land of the free,and the home. the bra:!." be it be called a dry aandy desert, the very,existence e attained from Florida' pine land*.- ,On;a-
here understood his
the road increases.Bat can own language,,
> fir.! Uayne and Miss. Julia Dean were this is not all Evtry mile of roadis and }, that is quite a burst of patriotism enjoy the protection hisown. laws, an< of those, .fur lakes, tiTers and and numerous lake.rivers belie the attention plantation. ar Jacksonyine, the snaosl
made'one in due form; at Galreston' ,Texas, usually estimated to cost the company lO is almost worthy of the Pea nut lite feel l that ,although far distant from his nativa .- spring sad'exist In an entirely an sandy sever country and to yield, of which* used to be about 230
the'Oth inst.ExGovernor annually $3000., This $3000 is the sum who sit in the of the' hogsheads, with al
pit .Bowery quantity
soil, he is still guarantied those immunities -- such is the narrowness of this long neck of, 1andthat
to each mile of
deemed necessary keep road
; of New York in ronning'order, and represents a capital to be waked W'hcn.KirbyJo which are the pride and boast of the it most have a deep mould and prolific bosom of..molasses' the same 'bands baTe; ha
j Seymour in the banner to it is known forests some cades, been planted with cane for fire
$12,857 at 7 per cent. per annum. And star spangled and American citizen. produce as to do, stately of
: positively,denies being an applicant for the ting most luxuriant:mixture years iD'8uccesSjO 4The common
lastly, the item construction per mile is Many who have visited Cuba St.Thomas which are constantly ia product
I French Mission, or. anyother office under an additional element of cost. be offers no battle to the indepen Santa Cruz and other West : bloom, even in January and February, and of tb* fan senior cane'on medium land U about

the, Genera ,Government.Hie ., These are'the penalties incurred for increasing Indian Islands, moet beautiful"flowers,-,whose appearance made 1200 pounds to the acre
Catholic; but there is, a certain bug. in their although'aome'
are for
strong Florida
unnecessarily your distance. preference the discoveren cf it award to the country .:"significant
,f mysterious Know Nothings are said Now this subject of deviating from the \\) with which he Iae been probably and among them ,the author of these lines; Dame of FLOIUU'ID' all case*'where the richhammock or swamp lands have,pro-

to have';carried all the recent. municipal true direction in order to secure a local ous in his childish hdays, and which. who has passed one season of probation in climate knot_ visited byrblack frort, 'Hiaad..i er daced more than double that quantity.

-1 elections'in Texas. trade should should be a secondary consideration, retiring to rest after" hearty supper the West Indies, subject to custom ,house wet or dry will produce coffee." It is, said that one hand, with a horso
and not with the
' 'Bcilli&mc., Uawsun United StatesSenator the stockholders weigh owe to the obligationswhich masses ; before him, with ,more, than the nuisances, political espionage and larit, but The line south of whioK the more deli and plough;will attend' to eight acres.of

,.ia, poken of as. a candidate for who use the road. The local business can juvenile days. That bugbear of not least, an irregularity of mails,extreme- cate fruits of the tropics may be success cane, besides raising' his own _.-

Governor Georgia.. be more economically provided for by a boyhood-that incubus which nails annoying to'those who have formed a (fully'cultivated stretches across the peninsula The molasses is calculated to pay the,expense -

n. Las been re-elected branch road. an uneasy couch in maturer years- habit'of reading the "jpers" and just south of Cape Canaveral.. Says .of'the. manufacture, of the sugar;so .
n John Slidell to There is yet another topic which deserves comes- that the yield of one' of land
Pope ; and because Bru uI'cannot i ponding with their ftiends. 'writer 'So mild is the win"ter'that acre at. five
the U; &Senate from Louisiana by 28 majority the careful consideration of the one r ,
aver all others. stockholders and planters more particularly ed with his terrors, Brutes must I Whet Florida shall have become what tha-most delicate 'Vegetables and plants of cents per pound, is sixty dollars. This,ii

at a time. when our agricultural products views dishonorable to the Republi nature has intended her for the Carribean Islands experieD 'not the more than equal to the proceeds.,of,ahoy.
JThe Massachusetts House of Assembly are in such little demand. f refer to don ; What arrant nonsense a general hospital of the boasted prairie lands of the Western
bave.elected; General Henry WilsonJto the the application of slave labor to the econ another brush of his Americanism the palmonaryinvalids of North least inconvenience from the season the States-.while. in Florida! the.farmer .does
omical construction of Railroads. man America, her now desert wastes, will be orange, the banana, plantain, pine-apple
United States Senate by a large majority. not have to labor one-half
I I will now undertake to show that this I assumes a tragical air, and strut dotted with blooming gardens and fine hotels. and guava grow most Juxuri ." the year to provide

The-State Senate have not yet concurred' labor is the kind which we should use at : across the stage, cries, "do you not Hotels are seeded aft the i While thus engaged compiling theremarks food, forage and fuel for the balance of
Gen. y'aon.i. a Know Nothing, as well asrampanl the South, because it is cheaper, can be from the peninsnla. it. ,His fields are always green, er maybe
a muttering across sea frien
It is of writers
that the
true accommodations upon this subjectwe
under better i
Abolitionist. kept. discipline, both rendered the
I so lame 'lands
t in summer and winter, and the planter be ( about the Allies interfering wit! I on the St. Johns And the 'main arteries 6 i will add those of Mr. WIILUM STOKK. predating' a

I We 'regret; to learn of the death in relieved from those annoyances which always !- of ) neighbor No w, he -e is con travel are now good, but the improvement in his description of East Florida. lie variety of crops in the year.
Mays vJHe :Kentucky of the wife of Kev."JV" the introduction another terror A field o f sugar cane,' with its bright
I accompany among up ; a'j we should not should be pushed further southward so says:
of this ourpantations of contractors with hireing oIO''L. green blades rustling in the wind and its
D.Hariow formerly place. if in his ,
deration be- that those who the .
white labor from the North and foreign Our upon require more sultry The productions of northern and southern latitudes dense ranks stretching and
King Kamebameha the Sandwich Islands parts. all these impending evils, Cassius, and dreamy air of the Indian isles" may grow and blossom side by side with each the field with away, enveloping

died on the 15th December last. We. will first compare the cost of laborto of his gr At ancestral foreigner should also find accommodation. The bill that has other, and there.i scarcely,another climate in the a billowy verdure/is a

.a company owning slaves, and a contractor and I OQ the. point of his sword, and thus just passed the Florida Legislature,authorizing world that cat vie with this in displaying such an beautiful spectacle, either when wavinir

Hon.John S.Wells, the successor of Sen- who hires.them. The usual .hire of a he troubles at once. navigable connection of the headwaters ftgreeablrand luxuriant mixture of trees, plants, upon the sunny plains of Florida, or liD!"
&atorNbrru the U. S. Senate from New prime negro man in the country, to .work shrubs,and flowers. The red and white pine marry either aids of the dark waters of tho Mississippi
Brutus has never expressed of the St. Johns with the Atlantic
Railroads is about any
appeared in that body on theZXh upon $180 per annum. their boughs with the evergreen oak, chtswt
,s If the company would purchase slaves at ed\: with the "crowned heads,** or wilt open many green coves and sunny islets and mahogony,-tha walnml with tee cherry the The
ult, and took the oath of Office. the present price, say $1000, 'the ..annual the Allies;" but he will admit what on the eastern coast to the approach maple wth the eampeach, and the hasilletto with plume of the cane is ;:torn twelve

California'Tened expense compared with the hired slave, by, in the Cassius of From the lack which rich and to eighteen Inches in length b.aningtb.
t The Legislature i appear eyes a greater man. of good harbors the sassafras tree, together sorer a
will be about follows gag
.as seed a number
of small
on the.. 7th :ot'January. The election Cfl Interest upon.SlOOO at 7 per ct. and : If he has any sympathies the case, south of Cape Canaveral on the coast of venipted IOn Tie wax myrtle grows every which delicate grains

S United States Senator ,to succeed Mr. per annum. $J70 : ,* he are with the greater "despot." ttth Florida, and from the hostility of the Seminoles where here. Oranges are larger and more succulent are provided w'ith a down serving .
than those of Plums naturally wings to abroadl
I Gwinnia to take place on the,10th in- Insurance[ on l life at 21-2 per ct. 25-$!>: : Pope at St. Petersburg," as Cas this tropical and most valuable portion Portugal grow loatpcm Previous to
which is a fraction more than half the jam : 1 fine and of a quality superior to those gathered cutting, the cane is generally in
*tan** sum. i ls pleased to term the Czar. ot the State'has, been much neglected. topped, order -
paid furs hired !d. in the orchards Spain. The wild vines sepen- to make it mature and
-1 The United States. House of Representatives ei1 wilt!1 again assume that lne n erio costs : Cassius proposes a tremendous Previous to the Seminole war, a fine hotel tine on the ground or climb to the top of the trees. about the time of a slight frost at

I have passed "the French' Spoliation $1,000.and show how,liuch cheaper can has -a perfect stumper. lie wishes (or the reception, of invalids had been erected Indigo[ and cochineal are advantageously salivated beneficial maturity is said _to be

1 Bill, by a'rote of 110 to IOC The bill thuspassed'ls. work, when we.cor o'to grading and .I excv to :; : ; what Brutus thinks of Bishop upon Indian Key, and the locality is and in the year 1777'produced an income of f2QO- by checking tbe growth, and Increasing

vetoed vating. 'Ii 000 In fine I shall add that this the quantity of, saccharine, vmt_
tiro one by President ? Hard as this question is, I sup- thus described by WILLIAMS : country
Pplkfn:184C.Hon. Interest on 1,000 oil perct;perann. $70. the, that Brutus must answer it. Well I ".u this time much of the Island is Improved will produce all the tropical fruit and staples, by tirIt; is said to be advantageous tocutit. "
tnsuraice, .' v vr.- ,.- .> 25 the side of those of a more northern rllmata." several..days before grinding/
as much-cf'
< : Luther Severance, formerly member Nothing' -. .' -i 2C ; ) never thought much about Bishop as a garden. Several buildings ornament it, and a / ,
; of Congress from Main., and Commis6Jcrer Bacon .. .. -. '. '.' ?,15 ( except.that t John .has .as much superb Hotelg erected by the enterprising proprietor The surgeon of the I.TniteI-Statcs, army, watery portion will then ,evaporate*

to the Sandwich If Ian Je nnderreai- Corn, Molasses and :Tobacco;'*_:. o. .... 15 and, shows as good taste jn express Mr. Houseman, overtops them all. Large whose writings wo,have so frequently quoted without any loss saccharine matter A'
Oversecingeach hand per annum,v .." 10 religious views as Beecher stores are here supported, principally by the wrecking adds in connection with this subject:- solution of a halts pint, of lime in half
,dents Taylor aud Fillmore, 'died at his Tools including blacksmiths Car Parkers business,'and the island is becoming a fashionable of '
'It is quite unnecessary to adduce further gallon cane juice is added to en" hundred "
're4aene. in Augusta, Maine on the 25th penters ork,' ,. ., .\.. 15 ing : Cassius himself-that he resort for the northern invalid. Ths climate '
0 ..alUmo.b .. > Doctors fees, each".hand peranmuzi, 1 gan; : .much right to 'talk polities occa is healthy and pleasant and the insects less nu evidence of the tropical character of,East gallons of cane juice, in boiling, in order -.
had Florida all who are skeptical on the to assist the granulation. OQ ,
.GJUELT..LND THE SONS OF TJIE'"PIL ; if .he wishes, as had the three meNU than on many of the other Keys.' as large

& GUM Total expense of a.slave owned by.the. New England clergymen, (de This establishment Was subsequently des- subject can readily become convinced by a plantations, sieamnis generally used to p *-.
,. :/ : Company per & nun, '.- ., ;. $171 and olated the visit to the.southern portion ot the peninsula pelt I the .machinery!; grinding' thecane.
of the pilgrims who by The time has.however -
perhaps ) savages. ,
The ioUowiag, which \1. clip from the In excavating earth on'Railroads' in ,the on : and .
!JSewTork Tribune,containsi eo.vnuch'rank Low, 'County, 12 cubic 'ardeDAY beassum*- ri ,the.1&m s.rc. lar; gone by when the war-whoop of the where they may see the cocoa tree sometimes for'raining the sugar ,

treason its 1Iusti3ous-co.labrers ed as an average days work.: Allowing ( now ;let us come-to.the- test propo Seminole will carry a thrill of fear even"in the plantain, the orange, the lemon, the The-cane' is carried from, the- 'carts into- :

t fa..thelus against of the and. in working.days' to s'yetri nqnnvill:.excavate try. of Cassias,which is to tell us wheth those distant frontier settlements. arrow-root, bannaio Ac." growing as luxuriantly the a btan endless belt. The kettfes r- -:
:. ) day, especially 3.300 cubic yards.Then divide' $171. as.they do in of,.tho.West India for boiling' r _tin a and he'jai
lr' or knavery is the predominating There is a large .body of United States any. rangej .,!
.abolltWtm that it reminds ns of the monomaniac 1 3,300, and yon,.have,:fife, aad 'On -ha1t, it'boila
9; expatiating'upon the peculiarities :ents'as tbe expense of excavating one1'cubic : e in his productions.. 'Misrepresen troop. employed in South Florida. and"the [ Islands. : as ,dowit/is"" .frabiferr dfromkettle

'of yard. The price ;p&idto .con tractors, all' therccertainlyIind; it muJt, there Indians, being surveyed out under their A letter. from Ocala,Marion county Fla, jo ketUe.until.. it arrives at-the, finishproceotbolIngsrid ,-. -";
Insanity varies from 15 to 16 cents ; cubic! ut' ; in the the'South in the erw. '
per "yard, should published Spirit of '
be attributed protection .that i.
ThE truth-for.re. may venture to state demonstrating that slaves to. one of .the .two. :He. ; protection not
owned the: ; The -
by 4-
You sufficient few hundred frontiermenwith year( 1851, contains the following: .The grannlatioo
fact ao\A prove
'a which on Boston paper safely Company can excavate earth for third I te ; are a pretty'exponent of the ,
'.i -..that our excellent Massachusetts less-than the'usual contract)price.-one I \ futti M,..'Brutus;if-you'are their'ready rifles will soon dispose of character of the soil and the salubrity of 1 Parted,according to the exper oceor faeyof

brethrei however they may ,bav "taken Where a Company Vith J limited means' ; -. .a:u ogtto.cohceivt: why the thefew- dozen refactory red warriors that the climate in East Florida have been greatly thefplanterand i the machLaeiy for grinds: .

-' the/bit cd into ia lkail their$ "a-jthonty mouth broken'ani the'plunged rein compelled to,make its engagements with stub people thouldfeelan interest in mayTyet(remain in South Florida. underrated abroad, whilemanIOppca' lug; as well as' thel>oiln% spparatusvis..Vfvarious
of *
S his consnictonTat one half in cash, and the: been To show the' that ponds and quagmires cover the face of kbdszuypatentahavigtaken been'
%evUtt>n2ir to all swtsuf lo iw vagarMfS remainder in the bonds : d :of all1 the monarchies s of ignorance abroad of the different
hot up\m that evidence alone tweet endat.ocKotibe; ; localities of the the country-the reverse is the fact. ,T14couxitay but for bDprore ents"udiDod .,
are Company; the price paid for, excavation isf- the' The. :remark of Brut l; from ) Florida, writer will ,
4 doiro lib r mloded aud tolerjaut. :Their In Marion county is dry and elevated tion in these bnmcl1et.o."
> 25 _s per cubic,yard; thusmaking'thesaving ;: .he partially,.quotes, was as follows: here observe that he has received letters in -

r ". goodh>re>fatbers> *' as.J.the : ; what\particular.object;the Ameri- a good fair hand, and in orthography rather -the .soil productive i beyond."cdnception : 'The, common,metlisl- of. .drammg the" mo-r' .

ayt it U6edto, be called-EnditoOVtaturon tmay stll[ more be IAkntijeousthan said white stated; above' has Cl\ : : ; Ie'can have) in the overthrow of the superior to that of the juvenile school boy, ,.and tht 'climate mild and bracing.Although1 lasses from the sugsrister by: ttiJJ. -. "
1 labor
;\ Dudley au'd, the, rest .of more and.Utter work,per diem canperform than- of I of Rome,i am at a'loss to conceive j" asking .there would be any danger from t' frost U rarciBeen here,-yet the stand in vessels with;holes | tM..bGt -

t 'tnenvthrough rebels aa lit church au- tbo slave can, and therefore the1 contractor aY: .) i' furthermore;.added, 'that "we ,.leave the Indians to an emigrant'settling near thermometer 'does"not rise as high as-atEu&ula torn'r; Lot lOn-f use LaFrel&Yin.PyfflLlc 1s Wf Jf fig on:a '

t ,tho effbypjit.circumstance itydi4 not hold themeflreii from prescribing at all cut can afford'to give him higher: ,wages! and "L : to enjoy the great glory of crush Jacksonville! .*, town far more powerful 94* in the shade being its greatest j; 1-tCtfl-x_

their own. confession of faith to all' who till nuke as high if.nut ItthisisLoit higher profits IsCon-tra-:thanb'hiring'lavpJ. : I every,religion; exeeptthat.'whicli, than 'all,the Indian remnants in Florida altitude during,the e.9D the 7th trifoni'force t1ii moisture:|n this m nD r. ''lP d11.tRiIDF. .

:.i1bie.their patient: ; ''"*h in its' ry fo njyexperienoBr hive I.tried,bothUi sage bcs ; I : high Judgment the true one." and with hundreds (miles, of populate*] February last! dInaJwlthVapLResdo from the granOlaUcinuiwy. 't'. .
toeighborbood.betai trausuutteil And good portion of thisspwithat' ether'sereral; fears. .After, ibe.negro pro made: no'expressioq favor ol f 11nte"ening'between Hand the'Indian ;and on his table.were green peas beets, : :<:

'Because }ra.ua to*their cU..maol.deccndants. a- has tiada. feW: months practice...withv the of i : monarchies otearth-he was mere frontier.On .-' Irish potatoes and the best.cabbages lever 'I TbiSj'We-are;told fc aU, tb> range at-_ ,< .it
spade, and leifned how,to use ithe: tan the i tho Gulf shore of saw-1J.from his garden ; sent., .On .Qr" e tbus ,
the tahis
UnIt&lisnQz-; a. Cniversalistj-ou arnot; dJg rdiccliiD:ourclay boitow'u''m'ucb."U ,1ng up 'the,narrow-minded, int le. Peninsula there Off. S, .-': 9.

.. to act him.,d wo ml if loa do, sn>. other,man, and equally as welL In : 4l.. of Cassius-whereupon,the lat are many eligible places, :resort for the Sugar cane and long staplecotton are.,atPresent'tho -o- *y >eesent.to.a'JUa-a'lJDII1" --.

.jo Icenas* 'wil"at tie all Very leu apt exeliuire to find yourself and intolerant mis ta- making this assertion, I,am- by.o,',means lip:the hue. and,cry,'like the 'thie, invalid, but owing; to the difficulty of access principal, agricultural prodac eoU 'newiftpay' in.a: f5y da.rat ao- ,

*la bis Darticular views than If he had been singular *J ,..M .to escape in the general confusion. from the Atlantic'cities they have not'been ions_of Florida both climatft :and soil being ri.ezpecttd.: 1af;ft.**' dsysj "

;' ..mZlter4some le s beterpdox. and more. Virginia In excaratingrock. favorable, :cxpenence; to'e Jb : .talk.about patriotism;Bunker H\J1\ so ,much resorted to. It,is supposed,that peculiarly'lapud to'thaw.* ,The Sugar day business' is expected' to.be5 bettenln-aw
decidedly the '
thmeruU WIQUlOo", ;: : ,banners; and. this ,difficulty' will, ..diaappW101enf. planters of ,Florida have great''ad van- ; pretty' girls expect toha a,
"' bought negrO; In this kind:,of, wo'ric,:asmuca "Iand'Of'e: 'few d yi; o g boys whistle' dswf'>
Oflhe 'aa v. Massachosetts, thit. is $tO0; been his ; '' through the agency of the Florida Railroad ages over that'' 'dais In Louisiana, ',(which brass bands
f ;;tdis/4 th, An de : per ahnnav has .d ing d.. home/of the bra! -_which rCas- blow out, a. %w daysf .h%h
axon natives: bigotry ;
4licreflta.ry ttWm tl1'.c, ndltu- tbet, .'the hand. A smart-negro' will one ; ,;\for" ,scenic effect, --cannot which is soon to commence, and', 'which! i. nowibelargest sOgazgrowing"State) fellows hag a few days' :and.we expect tor
learn the trade of a aWori brbricklayer in : commencing at Fernandina- the. owing.to toe greater exemption ifrora frosts. give the reader some tetat1ocalitea&,
.btion&nd' cwrtain.-to 'audienccL n rtb ,
; J' q exhibit itself: Je**thin lirelve months ajid mon the to the defects, of the < iaa.re"-d& ," .
unless their should happen. ,to be,'.a pretty culverts' can,construct A ; which ',' point of Amelia ,Island "will terminato'at The[ cane.remains in,the field until December Its '. '
bridges, t.butpent*,, locks; and he introduces,: even\though it Carolinian adds, t" ."
"strong intellect, or a pretty warm beartr.tocoontcraet dAm.'at o7ltenlJ.. 'tbM.th aamo.kind'Or : *" Tampa,having also a branch communication with perfect safety and has a greater '! dwet.r hopingthat'cre
t I1sIj',
influences,GAls a hereditary workwill eot at ( with,Cedar Keys,' bntheGulfcoasthe opportunity to.ripen and perfect I tselfU- or our SUbiCnibenswjll '.
rH f ; .Dtractt prices.More i t senc 111 he smont
tairt bodily'gonstitotion.* > laja" IriymphoTfr.a- *, ireek"' 'lhaH three (Uths/r the laborers on ;the :;. ; ; jCaM'ras/cbnfinno:to fire',his squibs, mouth'of' the Suwance River,",and an. ,This is.
_. : James IUT rden&Wbal, m'1853' ; tin I like a school-boy on the fourth other branch conneetion,with Jacksonville i many.insUnccs equalling in prOduct the c1"w ,u.1'p1eIae'' Je ,tbs ml ihiic.: t
.J\V o u'S M I-This question bu _II 'eteslatpe-------------. .; ; 'It 'h6':still : '" -' -' : ppel1 to UI, .-
Other* d ra tri Virginia havej .Uur. ; ;wUhesj;, tq'-be1 num. upon the Johns'River., x more laxnrunt growUvopon: the-banks. :of ya.. .__-,' .
oftefl'sid aft Jbot for, certain, trom I. -
a '
t OBi re a thejaveniies j&fi 6 v. ; : \
,4'biff refuse to j. -oat the, restrictions JpW'..ft.laborinr together.oponic sip OM .Jf .,realiy L 'eJiO4 I of:comparisioL! '.? the' Nia ipt.! Aixirt Aceinrn..W. regM to leara

naTlng beenTtmoved> by ... G, R.Ji\f, tbd'p works, the'I larger number in the very', 'to UKas,"aiasnL-Janipnginen.tJet tweelISt. Augustine'and some favorite Eropean Moatxeer. riD. YIonz4s, ra4s. : thnhlI1aeddouIond. at t6e.foq
will that much the inore profitable., IminthVeuiniargbt4iM -> : argument.wd, reason.He':has r. "--" ''J I dry*f .. Bl. :OQS- ,
S our)lodge ire state. U, wringsrom & and other resorts may be roJiyj: f :?:Own ucai sjuft IQmxo'toutbegeLsuie15 'I .
.,th.--irogF \ of' the times.' Team.srd.. .' tioD.t, fiift because Uls some' timesstated J. R i :skill'nor power to stlt'mens* ""souls attention -- :-,1 i.sv balfan. acre 4. ," l i I 01 d.ykitr : "" ,U.i
when ttodesty snd rererenctf '. national cannot bew_ pre - and, : : tDg : : to M_ ttItumL&s.fl.G a* *purpose; ThsJrnMhJricrT enipfoy- stepon themcnld'Q, <
ct rutks atg.
% wett-aecfti toned 10 ; \
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,- 0urC* lft Samuel with t repeetSup ropar4 -rdo.this,however,successfully Da Urge ; Q( d. PIss,< '.;'; :.6: 16' N l .I. ; ,. bQO edlltTt5tfCml: J ; t .tw--r. ; T.\1k' : .
,Nice" -4 :
bis position, but.P.. ith our fast notionsi3pthold ,i1nbcrs thi'must.11ipif! led'4uco .gangs 9400 ? : otbei:reinsrk-Mr '.Ed1tornd I au I Borne493g1, 74' Nice '1.-!_: t G09,:AGO ..t' -e. .-tig4raesa4 = : ; ,'. '2 t
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Madeira2: rX od "
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Silting .IIA. : .an T 'i WatAnna.0oala '.

.'" CoortJi In:FTorida.WenjTcled f by'the'Cer'rfcUtare. ,'T'lib JL, iikfiCISES of:tils tnstltt t10 Je." .. "t''ta. i't' f'" ..".:AripU .2J9G :C" .." ta .I Cai.PrlltDldap THE v -l LUilBlJiL'' 'PJj
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M Monday the PosOnca DUA1Ift"1-1i,
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: .and approved rthe Gowrnor UM eontinned dfarecUo.ef JOB G.Ber-A.M lmuT l 'Arrive T. '- twIM
A' rt; t hj6p'6830l'roja : PUatia ".'Wafriagsoa, :J Li:4tr: tnnh ''nitb
puiM I Jinuiy 1855. as Principal. The .
: high,standard of & '. i' drf..'&t < "l UraJI. 'Condition*tab.Lac.rp.entnd '(n fib CM '
,' EASTERN CIRCUIT., aad,disotpliae aimed at, aH ttwmple We.Jtj .. from 1" It ola" tt the 30th dba' ';4 '," 3ArrlYttealiaaMxt4abi1t1' -&t extent dcpartmtnl watyitemf

fcrilXC'TKKM.St : provided for Uw Seminary,give (elsims to pabliepatwcage daV of.J.J.i1.t.lDeJuI..1a Stat of FLORIHA Leave Ichepockesassa fridiy at S a sa|.,. ,U Seven miantce are aHownd afweitldisU
which bare heretofore been aeba nrled&. ; at the Contract of the I |f efflee IiO'US-AILkNiO7 t
Joans 2dMond.y la March ; ,;wbea*not othwwb sptetftot i !
eel and, at w decline will heretofore be allowed Pert Office 1 Leave Jerntna$ aU taV .
DnvalT 3d do. da Department,in tbe city rw p 't sorting the. aailsf balsa railroad a4 *)
L. Nas ; after tbt last Monday iaMarch. these:parUtinlan and iaproveKents'.will.'froia tU 2.iQ ot Mth A ."'IS5& to d'W.1 K Arrive '&b pwkeaas*MX. tday.by'pttC.* route there is to beat* taort delay thaaiatotoejEehiu : 18. t t
as,Tbinday time to # ;; it
IstMaadayinApriLVoltsia time be' introduced increased proeperity u.e 3Ot '.r 1 _:n,., roat t'. inthe .&8.tl MullonTiIII1 Jeai&a'6 atii >sMrfsa n.bsgi.5?* ,,
Orange is 'F-'I',
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; afterlitMoninApr.Fitaam. conSdentl/ expected. AtUraseasoaofgreai tbne..as : '2. Ottt tMlAefb1ls>lsMkiof convey knee':ad-,
A St.LaeJt Thursday ,
3d Monday in April depressuMv th Seminary nnmbered last.year between l lJit.fU' .m. i;' aZZccC1iyjidsonv1lie l"MelteTedi12tj. 'f mils aFitlM_special "';depam a*'.

,'; 4lh Monday in April.s..pter seventy and eighty students draws from ,J. aplJ..m,V 'f.Gtladred" Arrive t Jeraigan same d.eyby 8 p,n r! lUMlssBtftiu bUcks,mail b $s,> : aait ksflL
'Harion lit Monday May. various parts of the State. GoocI"board may be .Aii ldl'ert.cnwtl.0 Leavv JeralgTO Wednesday at 7:&m I aft fbsot oiI1riUa ttlrChbacge.3.patailiowl .. |3i- ;

41ac& 2d Monday in May.Columbia obtained on terms 'as tow as any where in Eatt sot'Fm.Chtrt., ,".'AventMeUoevtfl..aniitay4 p. ,, : *M.steambogJlnet,- units Mf

3d Monday in May.Ft Florida The beuiti'of Ocala was':very'good 1fld1tifl31Iflol1LMiUsMiddkbarg, Pioo', % > VW.T MMUWHWy bhJ.wpol'ti'loj'St, ,Ia nulls wha offered ***t a b., navetjv
. throughout ,-.ar. 'There wen retry few cares data, and Orange Mills,to PiUtka,30Q jniUs..and;r Msrks, 23 miles and bai-k, three limes%we s>_ r: : 'pay i atiy.the route asj at* ct
I\' .7LL.T1M. of 'sickness .(cUifl and fever,) *I1 of 'wbkb reiy tacit, twice a week> -" .* -' ; ; 1'-2, 't Xesre TiUaaaaeeeMoiiiiy* 'Wednesday, awl ut.fuc ,whoe:: ly.uill use,:vMe eztis eq. 12113 8pi 11 l2,13l4peseit.uittqiZ, .
; Johns 2d Monday in October. readily yielded to the simplest modfcar treatment .ka.Cbarbetcn'yue47 and :Satarday at 3,1 1.Frldayat.1&m.1 -.1. -; -t- ; wUV th*'miikv a"'eomtaeJioM-W erapttflflientin a r.' .-' 19120 ,lSiS'17 lfil920.2l11 '

. Diva, 3d Monday la October. tb terms at tnitloa are as lowras thoeeof any IIKstitutiwn pnsl '-: 'ArrivelatStMai-ksnoudayibyIpmj; *' the centre pt a'ear. preperiy hlsl,'. a.ttbeizee. _____________ 2* .. fl3324125flh; shet.at.d. SI
:,t, .' 1t.'TJaumaya1\er,1ut; Monday hi October.' of suailar grade in the Sontb. 7be Fac- '.' Arrive *Jacksonville uert days by 12 UH 'j :Leave Su Marks Tuesday,.Tiwrid&y..:and'Satnrday warmed ttltQi.Lapied tcJth eo4rsMnl ,

, : Orange ,- lit Monday in Nov.Votaia oiLy,when complete,wUl coosUiof Iou Instrncton Leave Jaekaonvitle Wednesday aji Sunday :'at.i at7m;_; t ; f-" ftt assortmeitt and due security of the.mails is ; 6II Area

,J'; *St. Lade,.Thursday tf 1st Mon. in Nov; two. in the Male and two in tL4 Female Jepq. DuC: 12mjJ ? '? Arrive atTalla&ugee same days"1.1 p ait" I to"brtvlded:by tht contractor f aads*the dtrtc S f""

', Patnam 3d Monday ia Nov.Marion # FACtLTY.; "r1veL1'2atkantxtdaytyGan I.,. :GS33 From Tallahai t by Mioesnkle-i. BttBer's lion of department.,. '' 5 ', ','' linear a.4a )* 13 14 iS l6I1, 12 13 14i15i16i17 l8 -.s. J
y ,' 4th Monday Nov. JOHN G. BOWMAN Prindpat, I. Leave;PDatka Monday and Thursday 8 a a; 1 ,: Hill 28 aiUei. sad back, twice a wee'kvLear .4. No pay.will, be md" 'Uips not pcrforme4{ ; f.-f44: -' 18,19, 2l23 2324! ; lP.202l22Xit24; *mp ." :

; ; Sampler. lit Monday in Dee. LEWIS C. QAINE3, Arrive at.racboorilJe.aen days by 3 a'a jT i iI : .eTsUahajsce. Monday:and,ednesdiy. .at I and for a3a.nf.tt&issioasnol aatWactori1l"nI Pn4 .
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t ". -Alacbas; 2d Monday in Dee. Assistant in Male Department. I ,Lo 4Ve"JacVs: ( mUe Tuesday and: Friday at 4. I va-I' 1 I plained threo.times the-pay *oT the trip maybe tf- :o. ; 1i ; -i:151.: Lawailj : tli'

';', / Colombia. Monday in Deo., MBS. Yiacim B. BACCBUT, 11DH *- .".5.1..0: Arrive at Banker's HOI iaaiv days by S p B' l deducted. For .arrivals far behind time an .Vreak >. 7t81910. 3,3456.7 B. ,

.SOUTHERN 9IRCUIT Assistant in Female Department. f Arrive at Charleston next days by 10 a m.- .: Leare Bunker's Hill Tuesday and"Thundry at 6 > eonnexiotf with: depending mails, 'and'not atteaUoBoftnost. l111213 14.1516. l7 ; 9lOIll2l3t14l5; ; BUIIMIC&J'LS. .. .. '4

Miss. LFOXBBA 1C. ROOEBS- : .Bids to extend to Welaka are invited ; am; > -; snfficie itly excuse;ooo-fomrth of-the comp n atioo. !t irr3; ll3'P,2O2i22t23 24 116 lT1Q; l9.2O2l22 ..j .

sp.n 'TJIlM.LeY1 Department or us c. 6802 From Jacksonville; by Barber's Alligator, Arriro at Tallahassee same days by 5 p m. I for the triple skbjeci to'forfeitore Dedoction;will wShmgPliatIak .. .. 13i 2324i252612fl28129i 1C&S .. RoI
34 Monday in 11.r&H.nwIl1ca. Professor UOWJIAS, the Principal well known Little River Mineral ,Springs Columbus, Madison -. 6834 From TaHuhasse" "Wanceenab. 13 miles I als be ordered-fur" of psrtu.ee4nf.rkwhi ac Artmt I !, 3J 4 5 6 7 l3-I-----t-j .b.-,
. 4tb lI 11Ja,1a larch throngoovt oath Carolina and most of the South ,Sandy Ford and Monticello, to Tallahassee. and. back twice a week. : ,, that specified in the oontract For .repf:1tt.1 done is partlcnlarlyiavjted 8 910111 12l3 l4 Oci'l I 2i 3 4! 51 UIIt ; ',:

HuhIbQrngb. 11& Monday iD.April.JibD..tte ern Suies, .aa a most experienced and snccescful 192 miles and back twice a week.;. Leato,Tallahassee. Monday and Wednesday at delinquences of the kind herein specified,eala'geJ 15116 l7'I9l92021 f 7 S ;loIlil2I3l a,., ,.
" ; '4 3d Monday bl Api4L IDJtn tor. Dr. TfaornweiVPresident South .Leave Jacksonville Sunday and Wednesday; 6amt. ., .. penalties,proportionei to the/tf tare'thereof s>nA to this jfflce. I'' ,": 1

-'. :1I0Drge. 2J Moody ill Ma1. Carolina College, in writing of Mr. Bowman, says: l'. Arrive at Wakeenah'samed..b11% m; .the importance of the naif may be made. \ ,

.. -. : PALL ,TERI.. 'I snail ever. remember with affection and gratitude Arrive at Tallahassee In 48 boors,-'by 7 p m t' Lear.Wakeemth Monday arAWedaudayat_1 p B.'For leaving ld-w throwing off the mails, 'Terms.Invariably May... r-4- I tf.ZI 4 5. 28 ..- --. p .< :

. 'Luy. lit l oaa1 its OcL1.I.l'IIudca. ,the teal, diligence and ability with which he Leave Tallahassee. Sunday..*nd. Wednesday at m; : i or any portion of.them- for the' admissiob of-passengers 61 7; 8 910111 12.Nov' i 2f 3 '
2d Monday iD Octt taught me the principles of Greek and Latin .Phi' 3am' ; : Arrive Tallahassee same days ;7 p'633S'From" us. or'for being concerned ia'setting' ap or re'c&su.l314'lSIlG. IT'l8 19 J lp SI pilik 5. rt.
ar1a., 3.1ffDda1 ba k.Maaat4I. lology." Governor Manning,a Trustee of the College ArriveatJacboariUein48lioursby3am t TttlUharace, by'Benhaden; Shell running an express conveying commercial intel I tIlil2 13.l4l51I6.lT flfl1.s.Lshg. ,

.,? 1st No\"ember. says "It affords me unusual pleasure to '6803 FromSt. Au *tine to Picolata 18 miles Point;Pawtuxet andJSopchoppy,;; to Walker, 60 rcneeahe ,otth.mall" a quarter's. pay maybe Orders,'from'the' 27'25'293&31--.4 ,lR19120z21,22.23.241 'i t. c-I4
Monroe 1st. December. bear my testimony to the high qualifications of and back four times week. miles and back once a week. ; : deducted. / <' In.. j- f-i- 2 2526I27i2839'3OiI E1lIaeWdp "

... John G. Bowman A.M, to fill the Professorship in Leave St. Augustine Sunday'and Wednesday at '. Leuve Tallahassee Wednesday at 3 a m| 6.Flne..wi1I..ltupQI..J..1an1e the delinquency Cevntrywinbe i 3 4 8 9 Die' -- :: 1f.;

any College .or University in this'country. ,Mr. 8 am and 12m; '.. 'Arrive Walker next day by.12 mj' ,: be promptly and satisfactorily explainedby certifieates ., Io 11,12111 l4ilsI 2, 3 4 5 6 7 a -

COMMERCIAL .REC RD. Boman's acquirements place him in the ranks of the -, Arrive at PicolaU same d dajs.by ,p m.and 5 *Leave WalkerTbursday at I p m; of postmasters,, or the ,affidavits of other promptly. .zteated.- 21f22ji'. 9)10) 11 l4 U, ;

.', first scholars of this State,which is more than proved pnj. ; . .: Arrive at Tallahassee next day by 9 P XL. creditable penons.for failing arrive in,contract 242526127282930, lift 17 19j 19,20,21;22. : !
HlaLtsrClOt.Jan..2. by the fact that Dr.J. II.:Thorn well) Presidentof Leave Picolata Monday and Thursday. 6 a" nand 6336 From,Tllahai ee, by Moses nUIIle1'" 08 time i for neglecting to take the'mail from or deliver ,JsSkF.Rotno. : : !::24i25j2s4s4 ;39 :.1'

,COTTON.-There WM quite.aa' active demandfur the S.C. College was_educated' under his auspices 12 w j the Telogee"river' to RidlersvilU x*,' and" back J once a it Into, a post office; for suffering (owing :. 30 ; :

\' this Article to-day,baaed upon the advices received besides many others who have risen to'de- Arri..o..t St Augustine same days by 11 a m week. ,,., either to the UlN 1ableneStl of the place or manner i, : :
andS Bidders.will. state the. distance and ,propose, a of carrying) to be injured,destroyed,robbed ''i .
", !>y the steamer Pacifie; ,and at the close't served distinction in the State. A. a writer and p ? < .. ,
tmsinets the isles bad reached upwards of..2900beJes. public speaker; his talents are Acknowledged to be 6804 From ,Pilatka, by Orange Sprhigs,Orange schedule. tr lost;,and fur r.rusIDg.after; demand toG convey -' ., ", i ,; '

The market was lery much 'excited, and of a very high order.: Bat above these high qnalfications Lake, Silver Spring,"O ala, Camp heard, Augusta :I 6337 From SUHepica to FJnboIloway- '.20. miles tho mil as frequently the 'contractor runs, or :: VoiWe1akapia; nYia'PolalJca Felix 'LivingSton : '
- Pierceville ,and to and bach'onee'; a week._ Is concerned in running a coach, car,or steamboat I
tbe traDlIW'aioDlahnw an irregular advance of 1-8 stand his character and moral worth. lie Melondex Fort .Taylor, and Intermediate pm ,.,
bulk of the however is a gentleman whose modest sensibility and purity Tampa, IS9 miles and back, twice a week., Leave Stillepica Monday at S a m j 'n a route. ATIORNET&cOvcLLOE'A.&w, ::
a e. the great sales ,were Arrive at Fiuhollowsy same dayby 12 j" 7. The PoatmosterGeneral may annul the" c (P S The new and fast steamer SEMI JackBon, Je.. '
made at 1-4 c.advance the prices paid on ,LSatnr4y1a. of life and sentiment place him in an enviable petition Leave Pilatka Monday and Thursday at 7 aID; ;; 'm. contract SaS3iS lyOLE I F. 1'_ .
with all who know him: Mr. Bowman Arrive at Tampa next Wednesday SaturdaI Leave FioboUoway Monday at 1 p mr for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract will tench at WeUka.on her \1TILLbUee4(easy professional btnces.an.

well bo regarded as an invaluable acquisition may to by 4pm; Arrive at SUUepiua same day by 8 P 11I.- ; for disobeying the Post Office.laws,'er the regular' trip of TUESDAY the.30th,instant and I VV trusted him in the Courts ef UM EaUera, e

. ., SIVASNAH, Jan.,30. any literary or social community which may be ao Leave Tampa Monday and Thursday at 2 a m; 6838.From Madison, by Charles'Mills, Charles instructions of the department; refusing to disefcarge will continue to do so every other Tuesday' should I Circuit and tberSoprtmt Courts( TiTlaAsspisHe 4,

COTTON.-There was a good demand yesterday fprtanafe as to secure him as a member vf it." Arrive at Pilatka next Wednesday and Saturday Ferry, and New -Boston to Clay. Landing 90. a carrier,when required by department sufficient encouragement be given. I has also Ida an advantageous eaaaectiosvwiU'aa ". rj .
with an advance of folly 1.8th. The sales Judge O'Neal, President of the Court of Appeals t>y:10 pm. .. miles and back once a week.. to do so; for, assigning the"contract without Freight through to and torn \Wetoka sam at able Lawyer Washington City;awOI.eoswr c'
Proposals to omit Silver win be consider LeaveMadisonMondeyat7aw'Arrive tie assent of-the Postmaster GeueraIfor.ruhaing Palatka rates S.M..LAFITXJUU,Agent a ami speedy collection of soch'clalmrs
Mounted t)2,052 bales, at prices ranting from 6 and, for thirty-six years a Trustees of the Spring 20T8o5 prompt 4
.1.2 to 9 l.4.. ..C. College, says: "Of Mr. Bowman's qualifications ed. "- 1 a 'at Clay Landing WedkesdAy by 6 p; an. express as aforesaid;.01 for transporting January, -tt may be placed ,b him' Made against the Un
ORLEANS. Jan. 27. to fill any chair in a College there is no doubt 6805 From PiUtka by Welaka V ohuia and Enterprise Leave Cisl.Landing Thursday at 7 a m; persons or packages conveying Jablo matter.out. > Vor St AofastlJie,' ,july' v
to Mellonville 130 miles and back Arrive at Madison next Saturday 6 p m. of the mail. "
Few men him writer and orator. His once .
as a -
surpass .
The cotton market is Arm. The sales to-day character is above exception." Governor Richard- a week, in steamboat '. 68.19. From Madison by Hamburgand Clifton ,8.Tba.Postraaater General may order anv increase ..tf-i.,; ; 'The ateamM")3T'JOnllfS, :CPP- Phillip Friuer., f C'
mount to 6,000 balea.Exports. son says: "From a long and intimate acquaintancewith Leave Pilatka Monday"at 8 am; to Grovers ville,Ga,30 iniles and back once a week. of service on a route by allowing therefor a -_ -tam j F XEBOR:, will make a trip to ATTORNEY, AND COClSRLLOft'TLiW- :
Arrive at Mellonville next 11 Leave Madison Monday at 6 a m rota increase on the lie St.Augestlneleecing Jacksonville the 28th in- ; "
John G. Bowman A.K,, I can confidently day by a m; ; p7'tI .contract pay. may JacLsonrLQ.zei; : 2 ) '
of Cotton. state that be deservedly enjoys the reputation of Leave Mellonville Tuesday at I p m S Arrive at Groversviile same day by 6 p m; eb-nge the schedule of arrivals,'and departures, slant and arriving in St.Angwstine' the same d yl: attend to any professional 1 bnsmett n- 4

a moet able and successful.Instructor, and in the Arrive at Pilalka next day by 3 p m ;. Leave GrovcmviUa Tuesday at 6 a m ; without increase pay/provided. he'does not 'tQr Jpuuery,20lS35-,2t. fA WILL & to him in the Conrts of tat Eastern '
Bids to at Welaka invited. Arrive at Madison same day by 6 m. tail the amount of tilDe\ Hr 'also r -
-.01.STATEMENT OF COTTON shipped during the course of an eminently useful experience as such commence are p running may IFOR SALK c i& sad the Supreme Courts st TsllsTranis'He
CSOG From Enterprise to New Smyrna, 30 miles 6140 Fruits Waukeenah byBrasly )IOIely Hall, order an increase of spcei, he allowing, within the :
prepared of,the has also sncb an
some most advantageons connection witbaa
week from Jacksonville.: gon- J A VEST comfortable and convenient boost in .
and nt :
"to Madison 32
and buck,once a week. Stillepica miles and back once restrictions of the laws a pro rota increase of pay
Uemcn able
of.Sooth Corolina to Lawyer at .
meet Washington will
to Charleston 35 balea S. I. requirements City, tnsnr
Per steawcr Carolina week .IIL'SL Augustine,fear the City gates. It con- ;
a ., if
Leave at 6 for the additional stock or carriers, any'The "
Enterprise Tuesday .
of t
Florida15 M a Collegiate examination who have obtained thebighoet'places Urns six'rooms besides a prompt and speedy collection of such claims at I .
Arrive at Now Smyrna same day by 6 m Leave Waukeenah Thursday at C a m( contractor may, however, in the ease ef Increase a hall and pantry, and '
.. ItVelaka to Saranaab .9 M u in Letters and in public confidence. p ; may be placed in bis hands. against tke-United t
4." 10" (4 Extracts from other certificates might be given.- Leave New Smyrna Monday at 6 a m; Arrive at Madison same day by 6 p m, of speed,relinqairfh the contract by giving prompt three pleasant piaisas. It has a good kitchen a State. ja1y4' .
Semiools Arrive Leave Madison Friday at 6 7 that be carriage house; stable and fodder bouse and awash
AU at Enterprise same day by 6 p m. am; notice to the department: prefers duing'lIto
It testify eminent moral of character
4 StJwhns, 22 -to his talents as a writer and purity orator,and express -- 6807 From New Smyrna to Indian River, 120 Arrive at Waukeenah same day by 6 p ra. carrying the order into effect, The Postmaster bouse.1 The lot is quite a spacious one, and ,J. McRobert Baker, '.7"ATTORNEYAT .
sincere that miles and back, twice amontb. 6841 From Qaincy 'to Cbattahoocbee, 21 miles General may also curtail or discontinue the service; has some fifteen or'twenty. Peach, Banana and
regret a sense of duty himself Leave and back, three times a week.' or month's Pomefranato trees; also, Sour' Orange and Fig 'LAW, SOLICITJOKIN, ,
New decrease
MARRIED.In and family induced him to leave his native'State. : Smyrna on the 1st.and 3d Wednesdays at pro rata pay,allowing one .
of each month; Leave Quincy Monday Wednesday and Friday extra compensation on the amount dispensed .with. Trees and two wells of good water CHANCERY, NOTARY 'PUBLlO;.. :
Gaines is
Maj. well known'as
a most able and '
this this morning by Ker. TIdings, to'lb. Pizzas of Jacksonville
city successful instructor in the Arrive Indian River in 6 days; at7..m. whenever his opinion the-public interests doDO 'Apply or to AX1Y ;' >
CoL J. B. COKXR of NewnansviUc, to Miss DaNa department assigned Leave Indian River on the 21 and 4th Saturdays Arriyo'at Cbattahoochee same, days by 12 m; require the same, or in case be desires to, supeiede 31(. lacRX5c GCILUARTIS Savannah.. er to '
him.The < cf each month Leave Cbattahooctee udSatu.rda1 it different of Mn..Ass MASOJT, of SJ.Angustlno.. Commitstontrf cJI"e: Atlantic, an&Gulf ,
LKDWITB, daughter of Captain LEJ IT. following are the rates of Tuition term : ; TuesdayThursday. by a grade transportation .
of five months \is per Arrive at New Smyrna in 6 days. at 7 a m; '9. Payments will be made for the service by Jannary2O,1855.- 'State. ,. .,

Arrivals Hotels. Spelling .s . f 6.00 :I 6903 From Indian River by Jupiter to !Miami Arrive at Qu.inc1lame days by 12 in. collections from, or drafts on,postmasters, or otherwise .- Private Boarding nf.5-I.r. ,.5.
at _. 180 miles and back, once a month.Leave Bids to commence at Tallahassee are invited. ; after the expiration of each 1lIllrter-:11 in ...
Spelling, Reading and Writing, 8.00 TOE subscriber respectfully informs McQueen :Mcintosh .4.
Indian River on the 1st Zriday of each 6842 from Baidbridge Ga., by ChattahoocheeFla. February, May, August November.' .b thei1publi ,._ .'.
Uufluigton House Primary Arithmetic with and. Primary. Geography .12.00- month; ., Ochetee, West.Winton Ridleysville, Richoe's 10. The distances are given according to' the that he is prepared to accommodate ATTORNEY ,AT 'LA r.1' :'J
Jan.26-H It Sadler, Fla LC Claire, Oaj H a Arrive at Miami in 6 days; Bluff, Iota and .Fort Gadsden to Apalachicola best information; but no increare'd pay will be allowed limited number of families, or single persons, with JaebonTilIe..E..F: . ;
Fadfer, do; Win Eaton, Ga; P WToate Fla; J P Arithmetic Geography.and English. Leave Miami on the 2d 1'riJay of each month, 20G miles and back, three times a week from the should they be greater than advertised if good board, at reasonable rates. 2 ;
JSaitdefc: do; F Blais, Gen W 8 Barden Fb; Dr. Grammar, - 15.00The Arrive at Indian River ra 6 days. 15th October to 15th June of each year, and twice the points to be supplied be correctly stated. Bidders The house situated in a pleasant part of the Smith & Bradford:" ..ltLAAV :
Rhetoric toWn
Natural Sciences ,
A W Knight, do; Mits Deny, do; R M Tyding, and ., History. ., 18.00 6309 From Key West to Miami 200 miles. and a week the residue, in first-class steamboats, with must inform themselves'on this point corner( Ocean and Monroe streets, Jack. A
Flo ida.
Ueo J E1'arromorefla; Bryar, do; T A So-- Logic back once'a month. the privilege of using two-horse coaches from Bainbridge 11. The Postmaster General is prohibited sonville A. COY. oR l A"J. : fl
tin 8 C. The higher branches Mathematics,Ancient Leave Key West on the 8th of each month; to Chattahoochee when the river is too low law from knowingly making a contract for the January I, -If. _' '

Jan.26-C n Row, Fla W E Go do;II Lovet, Languages, Moral and. Intel.. 25.00 Arrive at Miami by the 13th. for navigation.From. transportation of the,mails i-ith any person who For Male, or to Let. EOL1C9IHCA17,, .: 1
So; Mrs Brinson, child and servant do; Dr. Wesoott lectual Philosophy, -- :Leave Miami on the 19th of each month; 15th October to 15th June. shall have entered into. or proposed to enter into, WITH Without the Alligator and NevnannSte JT4.': : I'
Music Piano and or Furniture welljfcjjknown
,do; Miss E ff esoott d
Middlebnrg. IDtrnmcDu. 6810 From Newnansville by F rt Clark, Wa- Saturday at 2pm; for a mail contract by any other person' or person, I espied by Mn- The house is tbo 1. :
Taylor. .ndl'9mmodioo8
Jan.28-Capt Thompson PI*;J M Poole Del! With inch a Faculty, the Board e f Education cahootie Mieanopy,". Flemington, and Newton to Arrive at Apalachicola next Wednesday and or who shall have made any agreement or' shall! and situated on Day street Urge_A M. WHIT. SMITH, I ,* B.BUDF eMt' : ;

W II Christy awl lady, S C; Col J Brown,Tea.Jan. confidently appeal to the public fur most liberal Ou.ila, 57 wiles and back, twice week, snpylyingWa Friday by'4 p ra ;' and Monday by 11 a m; have given or performod or promised to give or opportunity is now offered for one wishing rare to Office at A1Ui or.Ome._ at NewnaaivUle. .

9-F Hopkins P1*; G E Pace do; G C patronage. They ate determined that erery department /_UiO-Hie only on the return tiip on Friday and Leave Apalocbicola Sunday, Tuesday, and perform, any consideration whatever, or to engage in the business, or to sefare any a family -july 7-ly :
Powers,'do; J Shiver,'do; Mr Allen,'do; J Halt shall continue to be ably filled and faithfully ociitttuj Micanoy on that trip. Thursday at 5 a m; do, or not do, anything whatever, in crder to rei.lenefAppl.r on the premises;roomy to '

Ga. ; Dr D Wardlow, S O administered. Leave Newoinsville Wednesday and Sunday at Arrive at Bainbridge next days by S a m. induce any other person or persons not to bid fur a January 20, 1835-tf. A. A. OCHUS.U1OO Plastering -Plain and OmameatafS- '. .. .
Jan.30-C A Crandall and lady. Pa Cot John J. ){. McINTOSH, Sec'y 7am; From 15th June to 151* Of taker. mail contract Particular attention is called to the DrlckJaJln ;, & '

HammU Fla. Board of Education, E.F.State Seminary.OcalaJan. Arrive ai Ocala next days by 10 a m; Leave Dainbridge Tuesday and Saturday at 3 28th section of the act of 1836,prohibiting combin i- Reward. subscriber desire. again 'to offer his saw--! ;'
.J&I1.31-H IIollymandS C; Miss HollamandlwoMiaaes 20-4t. Leave Ocala Thursday and Monday at 2 p m; ions to prevent bidding. THE .
pin; A WAY from the subscriber on the llth to his old friends and tilt j-ubCc, ia. iperformahce e
12. A bid received after time-vis t 3 m. of
and Master IloUynand, and terrants. Arrive at Newnansville next days by 8 p in. p.
Arrive at Apalachicola next 4 IRA ,Lu of Plain and Ornamental
days by m last Plastering
Feq. 1-B II Boody, S C; F J Pegney, Fla; Dr 6 Q BUSHELS CORN, 6811 From Newnansvillej, by ElJisviUe! and Leave Apalachicola Monday at 10 a p m,;and the 10th of April IS without tbe guarantee 50 years negro of age man, and his a lamp Bricklaying, Masonry; Ao. He will'oontiaetv for :'.

J E Mun *llr, do; Mr Harrinrtonr) Fla'Col I VGarni. 1100, Providence, to Alligator, 40 miles and back. twice Wednesday at 10 p m; -, required by law,or that eombinell8ver-.il routes "u bill forehead about half tbe-size of a I'igeoo'jcg brick-work and plastering of buildings entire .. I
in of cannot be considered
11*; II Jones, do; Col F J Weeoton do; L 1400 SHORT? BRAN OR week. Arrive at Bainbridge next Tuesday by 11 am, one sum compensation with reasonablein by which be can be readily identified. reasonable terms and pledges himself net eW-, .. A,
a regular proposal
II Dunlop,do; D )ldahlP .Goo. 1100 BUSIIEL Leave Newnansville Thnrrday and Saturday at sndThur.dayby 10 p m ia.compctition The above reward is .f red for his apprehension patch in the execution of all work entrusted Wbrdt.r his '
? MIDDLUmS. amount
'.\2.J D Coker.'Fla. or 9am' 6843 From Chattahoocee, by Marianna Crowell and delivery, either to the subscriber or the care. 1 ." I
receive and which in all first fur
,just will be sold I Arr'i..e 13. Bidders should cases, propose
for cash.AUo only at Alligator same days by 8 p m; Campbelltcn, Geneva AU. .Anderson's Mill Fla., sarrice according to the advertisement,and jailor at Jacksonville. JOHN L'ENGLE.. He thinks it&necessary'fo gfve tbosw >> t 4-:

Marine Intelligence.Port the largest and richest assortment of Furniture Leave'Alligator Tuesdsy and Friday at 6 a m; GenUvillo, Almirante, Milton, and Floridatown, then, if strictly they desire teparotely for different service Jacksonville; Fla;January 20, 1855-tf. whom he is known any assnranee. as to tbt quality .
; Arrive at Newnansville same days by 5 p m. to Peneacola, 200 miles and back, twice a week. of hU work, as in that respect be has beretoibra
Carpetings Sash Doors Blinds and Oil- 6812 From Newnansville St. Louis to New and if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the For galci c ,
by ,
of lie.ARIRVED Leave Chaltihouchee Tuesday and Saturday at given to his patnnsi the most perfect satisfaction.He .
bids be considered ,
Cloth ever offered in this place.To advertised service, the other may -
22 back week.
River miles and
once a
NEGRO respectfully solicits a renewal of the
8pm; young twentysixyears patron
Stock of.GROCERIES and PROVISIONS if the alterations proposed are recommended A
our Leave Newnansville Thursday at 1 p m; Arrive at Pccsacoli next Friday and Tuesdayby and citizens if old,sound and healthy, and an excellent age of his rello.- tiuns. JOHN.., IVE&5: .
the interested or
we repectftlly solicit the attention of all who are Arrive at New River same day by 8 p m; by postmasters Nov.IWm. .
4 carpenter. .
X Y b cash in order to lie p m; they shall manifestly right and proper, 2 _, :1.1i1
willing save extra appear
Feb.2-Schr. Lncretia Bark pay percent Leave New River Thursday Sam; and For further '
Leave Pensacola Friday at 8 at this
Tuesday am particulars.apply office.
; ;
,. We have bad 200 wrought Iron Ploughs Arrive at Newnansville by 12 11. Them should be but one route bid for in a .:\ j
same day m. -
CLEARED.Jan. Arrive at Chattahoochee next Thursday and January, 1S35-tt. Dental Notice.
consigned to us, which we' are offering at prices 6813 From Newnansville, by Tustenuggee, San prop Ja ; .ii,
.2&-Schr OregonrBnnwUl, KbrfoOc.27 eorreaponiing with the times. ta Fe,Clay Landing, Wacasaina, and Long Pond Sunday by 5 p in. Chattahoochce .15. The route, the service the yearly pay, the In.olve-t Notice. ., WS.D08TWICKwou1drapeetla1oj"
*. _Schr SarahBartonWellsSLjag deCnba. Jan.30 ELLIS & LEDWITII. to Atsena Otie, 119 miles and back, once a week. 6844 From Apalachicola, by to acme and residence of the bidder, and those of each N C. BUFORD, Administrator Es ly its riei'I.. .-i.4
Columbus, Ga, cud bat-k, once a week. ISAAC nity,that having office in the ,
opened an Dagntriaa
29-Sarah Elixabeth, Philips SLAngnstine. Leave Newnansville Wednesday 7a m; member of a firm whrre a company offers, should of William G itufurd,Jate of this county '
White-Martinique. Administration Notice. Bidders will tate the distance, name intermediate bb stated abo the mode of Gallery on Forsrth street will attend trail branches :
29-Schr Wtmogos, Arrive at Atsena Otie next Saturday by 8 a m; distinctly ; conveyance, deceased, having filed in my office a Written ,
44 31-&br.II.W.'VeUiugtOll. Wells Porto Rico. offices, and propose a schedule. if a higher mode than horseback be intended. The 'lte ltion of the sng- of DENTISTRY ia-tb most approved and ; '
given to all whom it Leave Ateena Otio Saturday at 11 am; Inlvcny vf said Estate. This is, "
K B M Prescott Reed Philadelphia. NOTICEhereb may 6845 From Mananua by Orange Rill Vernonougtinf ,- words "with due certainty,and security," careful manner. _. j
r. 1- Brig six weeks from date hereof I Arrive at Newnanaville next Tuesday by 8 p m. Knox Hill celerity, therefore, to notify all persons having demands du ,
villo and to Ucbee 64
.* 2- Sarah t Caroline, Brown Say. Anna inserted to indicate the mode of conveyance, will and rNerves aching teeth destroyed wilbent ,.
Brig shall apply to the Honorable Judge of Probates 6314 From Newnaneville, by Fort Harlee, to miles and back week. ly proved authentuatcd in the office of tbe I -
40 3_ Brig Indnstry Kirr, Barbailoes. one a constitute a ",tar bid." judge Probate for pain. dec2-2tst ,
Duval county for Letters of Administration de Middlebnrg miles and back,once week. [ Leave Marianna Thursday at 6 aID; Dnval county, by the seventeenth

MEMORANDA bonis mon on the Estateofjobn G. Blitch, late of Leave Newnansville Wednesday at 12 in; Arrive at Uihee Anna next day by 5 m '16. Bidders are requested to use, as far as practicable day of July next ensuing, at which time -. : ;
Arrived at Boston Jan.25, Brig Bonapart from said county, deced. EPIIRAIM B LITC1LJaa. Arrive at Middlebnrg next day by 6 p m; I: Leave Uchoe Anna Tuesday at 6 a in;p ; the printed form of proposal furnished by there will be a pro rata blltioaoCthe assets of Dr.A..Uphamcs.EOETA .- ;"," .

Jacksonville. .27, 1855-6w Leave Middleburg Tuesday 6 a ui| '_ Arrive at Marianna next day by 7 p m. the department, to write out in full the sum of said estate amongst the creditors thereof. \ LE ELECTUARY "- '. 'i

At Baltimore, Jan.-2G. |.Schr 0 G Parsley from Arrive at Newnansville next day bIll a m. Bidj for semiweekly service will be considered. tll.tir.bid. and to retain copies of them. Given under my hand and the Seal of the CERTAIN. CURE FOR PILES either nternal i

Jacksonville. FOR SALE. Bid fur semi-weekly ce will be considered. 6846 FromVe.t Winton by, Aspen Grove, to No altered bid can be considered and no bids Court of Probate of Duval county, at the A or external and all affection of tit j,. ";

THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his 6815 From New River to Middlebonr, 30 miles Abe Spring, 22 miles and back,'once a week. once submitted con be withdrawn. Probate office in Jacksonville, this the Bowels,.-for .Liver complaints Dyspepsia,' fee. ,

2 PLANTATION, known as Fort George, situated and and back, once a week. Leave W Wioton Monday at 5 a m; Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsible .seventeenth' Jay January, A.D. :. tiveneas Biliousness, impure ties of the .al'-
.Jjij9 at the month of the St Johns East Florida. Leave New River Wednesday at 7 a m ; Arrive at Abe Spring same day by 12 m; persons. General .guarantees: cannot. be ..fmittedj : '' FELIX LININGSTON I fections ef the Longs, and many. ether dtoeets, '

OFFlCJi 1LOK1DA. KAIL-ROAD CO, > : The place has been well known for many years, Arrive at Xiddleburg same day by 7 p m) Leve Abe Spring Monday at 1 p m; jan20-6m Judge of Probate Duval County. more particularly enumerated ia the d,.-"' '' -

JAJCCABT 29th, 1855. J JTVJOTICE '. and a detailed description Is therefore unnecessary. Leave Middlebnrg Thursday at 7 a m; Arrive at West Winton same day by 8 p m. 17. The bid should be sealed; superscribed"mail NEiV GOODS FOR SPRING 1852 | Prepared and sold by the original proprietor at ,
U hereby given that an assessment vf Upnn the principal Island there are upwards of Arrive at New River same day by 7 p m.C916. 6847 \'enaoatoSL.ADdrew'IBa,45 miles proproajln State of -, addressed his Medical office;No., 387, Fourth street. JT.'T, ;.

1\. ,.04* cent on the stock GC thia Company,I 1060 acres of high land of which 400 acres are in .From Gary's Ferry to Fort llariee and and back once a week. I "Second Assistant Postmaster General," Contract \v. G. Bancroft Cash House and by his agents throughout. tb. TJaiteor.StaUt ,4 :

bat been made per payable open the 224 day of a state of cultivation. The oil is fertile, and produces back, once a week. Leave Vernon Friday at 6 a m; : Office, and sent by mail,not by, or to, an agent, Jt 53. & 345 KI'ijj Street; and nadaa. The genuine bat my sigiwtart Iamy
mary neit, GEO. W. CALL;Feb.1 excellent crops of Cotton and Provisions. It Bidders will state the distance and propose a Arrive at St. Andrew's Bay same day by 8 p m; I and postmasters will not enclose proposals (or letters C/iarUtton, S.C.VE owa band writing. Sold bf, 1 '

Mi3-ut is also well adapted for the cultivation of Sugar/. schedule of departures and arrivals. Leave St. Andrew's Bay Saturday at 6 am; of any kind) in their quarterly return ARE C-MeMIltAX t'-
I 817 From Alligator, by Durham and Olustee 13. The contracts are to oe ue"llteliand returned .no. receli ing our usual large and dec2-3l
Besides the high land, there is a large body of Arrive Vernon same day by 8 p m; YV extensive Apotheeawy Hatt.
marsh land belonging to the Plantation easily susceptible to New River, 46 miles and back, once a week. 6943 From Milton, by Coon Hill, NathansvOle, to the department by or before the let of July assortment of : "

of drainage and high cultivation or of be. Leave Alligator Friday at 6 ami jf Ala, and Fort Crawford, .to Sparta, 70 miles and 1855, but the service must be commenced on the Fancy_ & Staple Dry Goods, NEWSTOBS.fc'. : '.i

Kail-Road ing DIed for manuring purposes. There is also a Arrive at New River same day by 10 p to,? back, once a week. mail day next alter that date, whether the contract for Spring Trade, and are prepared to offer
Florida .t'vmpany.7VTOTIC Leave New River Saturday at 6 a m be execute. or not No proposition for transfers greater Produce Groceries s& ProvisioQsTILLER : .
vast amount of shells from which the best lime ; Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 aID ; inducements thin ever before to Cash Customers ,:
is hereby gtten that a meeting of the could be obtained in abundance. There is a comfortable Arrive at Alligator same day by 10 p m. Arrive at Sparta next day by 6 p m ; will be considered until the contracts art executed We adhere strictly to our established "\ & 5IeCUEX Lave Mcehrti'aa"iYJ. ;
: EtockboIJers this Company, will be held at 6818 From Snwannee Shoals. to indueform and received at the department; cus / 4. J ; ,
,:, l Dwelling House, with all necessary outbuildings Alligator by Leave Sparta Friday at 6 a m; tom oCO PRICE ONLY. entire Dew stock 2CHOICE' ?-" ..
of the in Jacksonville on Blonnt's Ferr 36 miles and back a week. and then no transfers will be allowed unless good of -.- .
once ;
, the office Company and quarters for 60 negroes. The climate :, Arrive Milton next day by 6 p m. Charleston,Jap. 20,1855. (Gus) .
the 224 of Febraary, tor the Leave Friday at & a and sufficient reasons thereto are given to be FAMILY GttOCEttias .
'Tkmrsdmy. day par- in also perfectly healthy for whites and blacks Alligator m; 6849 From Milton by Eaet River and Alaqna 4 Removal.r < ;
roes electing nine Directorsto-serve for the.en- during the whole year. The line of steamers from Arrive at Blount' Ferry same day by 6 p m; to Uohee Anna 89 miles and back once a week determined b. the department ,. AND/PROVISIONS,, ..'.-.. j ,

saingyear. .I Charleston pass twice a week, thus offering the Leave Blonnt's Ferry Saturday at 6 a m; Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 a m; 19 Postmasters at offices on of near'railroads V. THE undersigned would'-respectfully' Injn I, at their New Store ia SomersOw, ttfcJck,on.T. 0" .I.
.4. By order of the Board of Directors: best tranportation and market facilities. The subscriber Arrive at Alligator same day by 6 p m. Arrive at Uchee Anna next Friday by 10 P B; but more than eighty rods from' a station, will, form hit patrons,and. the public generally, i street which they will sell ,cheap tui .Xfh aad: It. .
GEO. 'V. CALLo S.c'I' 6819 From Alligator by White Springs Jasper, Immediately after the 10th of April aeat, report I JfJ.that he las taken
2.: janlS-3t is most reluctantly constrained by the.tate Leave Uchee Anna Saturday at 6 a m t the store on the corner of CASH ONLY. Y-A& "
of his health, to part with a Plantation so valuablein Belleville Jennings,Cherry Lake, Hamburg, and 'Arrive at Milton next Monday by 6 p m. their exact distance from the nearest station, and Ocean and Adams streets, opposite Mr. 'C"'PO'I They will keep on land ate times it scppJV of -1'
; 'J 'NOTJCJ iUelf, and capable of such improvement This Clifton, to Montiuello, 96 miles and back once a Bids for semi-weekly service will be considered. bow they are otherwise supplied with tilt mail to Boarding House when be his opened, and will HAY CORN FLOUR PORK BACOWJBAilS '. .;
") enable the Postmaster General to direiit(. a mail- i ,; i
t" KrStG EESolCarpperDri, is the sole reason which induces him to sell, for week. 6850 From Pensacola by Blakely Ala. to Mobile keep constantly hand aD Ort&r.en"oC Dry 1 BUTTERS-CHEESE SUGARS' '- .J'ij
f"Y JAl'E (wrecked in October lut,) his own experience; has fully realized all his Leave Alligator Monday at 2 p ml; 57 miles and back'daily Messenger supply from the 1st of July next Goods comprising every thing in L4ies and Oen- i MOLASSES, Ie.-.t ., ,' ': a
3-"irho ngned Average Bowl, are requested anticipation respecting "Fort George." For further Arrive at Monticello next Wednesday by 9 p m; Leave Pensacola daily at 12 m; 20. Section the 18 of an act of Congress approved Uemens' wear, which be offers r4" reasonable for tbe Wbotesalstrad*. OOS.-tt' .
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t"call-at office of the undersigned examineAdjuster's particulars reference can be had to Dr. J. [1. Leave Monticello Thursday at 6 a mj Arrive at Mobile next day by 6 a n; March 3, 1845, provides that contracts fur the terms as they can be had in the city, -r < r.'l
t' statement of Joss and pay their assesnent Arrive at AUigator next Saturday by I p m. transportation of the mail shall be let,"'"in every ,- TIe aUo.will '
Thompson. May Port Mills East Florida, .or,to Leave Mobile daily at 7 aID; carry on the Tailoring Easiness The Magnolia Ilontei .
or proportion.of.average.febMt himself Fort Motto, South Carolina: Bids for semi-weekly service will be considered Arrive at Pensacola next day by 2 1.2 a m. ease, to the lowest bidder tendering suBiaienCgtur- u usual.and.solicits share of the public &

. :5 : G. C.GIBBS.. jin27-6t CHARLES R. THOMPSON.. 6820 From Orange Springs,,by Morrison's Mills 6851 From Pensacola to Warrington 9 miles antees for ,faithful,, performance, without other patmnage ,. "THOMAS.ANDREO.nary. St.Au5utlneEattFiorida.*. ._ .
and Fort Crane, to Mieanopy,28 miles and" back., and back daily reference to the mode of such transportation''thanmay 20, 855-1;', NOW .'dei'.u management TDLL..
- Land for Sale. FROST" &' JBOULTKll, twice a week. Leave PensAColadaily at 31.2 am ; be necessary to provide for the due1 celerity"} can b* bad upon ,"M. ,, 't. -
Leave Tuesday and Friday at certainty/ and security ofluch' transportations. Bale of botr.1, *.,50 per day Jbr TRANSIfNT
Orange 6 1.2
Arrive at Warrington same day by a m ; tInes
,rpHE SUBSCRIBER offers(or sale '1000 MJL General. Commission Merchants, 4am' Leave Warrington daily at 7 a m; Under this law a new description of bids has been Liquors 'niu )Sejars BOARDERS. Every attention will be' naid.taV_ r

acres Fine and JlammocVLand in AJT 101 State.Street,Boston, Matt., Ani..e at Mieanopy same days by 1 p m; ,Arrive at fenuoolaaa..e day by 10 ant I received. It docs not specify a mode of convey* BLACKWOOr, Jk CO.hvt just received a fresh promote the comfort ut'giesta, and every exertionm '.

aebna eon ty, which will be told at a bargan'for strict Leave Mieanopy Tuesday and Friday at 2 p m ; 6852 From New Orleans La, by Psnsacola Fla, ance, bat engages to take the entire mail each trip ,LIQUORS and SEG AR3, Jt to give saUsfactioa by the eub.eribn. ',,
and attention to Sale
,," cash applied for toon. Any information can be WILL pay prompt' Arrive at Orange Springs same days by 10 p m. Apalachacola, St Marks Cedar Keys Tampa, and r with celerity, certainty, and security, using the .t thelt old'i.and.on Bay street and now offer to ,FMyfriend from the North aad Bonth vUt-
bad br at Fal&tka. to'Adams- terms of the law. These bids are styled, from the their enaV lag St Augustine be pleased to beat .. '
. addressing me other Southern Produce: .- 6821 From Ocala by Long Swamp, Manatee, to Key West, 1,000 miles and back twice ners as choice aa assortment as any may 1.. -
le 3-tf J.J.ABNOW. back week. manner in which they are designated on the books market interested myself for the smccess of thin Bout and 4
L': vine 30 miles and once a a month in steamboats.' Y. : 'can,offer. Began soil by,the thousand ,
'oct7" -tf. ,,ROYAL BOULTER.GEORGIA Leave Ocala Saturday 6 a m; Leave New Orleans the 10th and 24th. of each of the'.department "ttar bid, and they will be Wines'jy the1 basket or bottle Ll nors.by UM de-, Oothiaz shall be wanting. ,*: .. .

.:. II. GODDIN.DuUdcf'and' .- c- Arrive at Adamsville same day by 6 p m;, .month; . construed as providing for the entire mail"however myorm or'gallon,or by the dozen bottles.' .Dee 2lt1llC D.
MILITARY Leave AdamsviUe Friday at 6 aID ; .' Arrive a Key West v on the 20th and 4th. large and whatever may bt tfu mode e/'conveyncenecairyto.inturtitt ; : WINES. .

Qpntractor. ,. f. Arrive at Ocala same day by 6 p no. Leave.Key West on the 10th and.24th, of each "celeritycertainty' -".(I >The stock tuomprisedoCCIIAlPAIOY. MADEIRA ; ElXTrtA.FINE ,CAST.STEBIJ JA. :.

( ; hop 011 Ocean, Street, < I.NS.TltUTX.I 6822 From Adanurille, by ,Pine Borough and I month| ; '", and security. ., SHERRY CLARET, PORT,.tc i GRIFFITHS, Sxtra ins Cart Steel i .
:.. ". 11. Eighth l Session( this Institution, Will Lake Griffin, to Fort Butler, SO .miles and .back : Arrive J at New.Orleans on,the',20th and 4th In all eases.where the lowest grade of l "lceJ I 11 "- 'J.tQcqRS- Baws, of trery site; ,TatJ daa;;' -
bid be r
'. I one week.: '-' believed to be sufficient,the lowest Old COKMA Otard,Mrtl_Antonit Curried Saws for the Portable Saw Mills from 42 to 84.,t -
.. JL commeuce'... tbe20lhof' February" : Le*"e,Ademjwlle Friday .13 p ta'i : ,:'INSTRUCTIONS.Farm .. eepttd if duly guarantied. in preference* to.'' tar". ] Cognae ?tVhit", Brandy;,Old 'Holland Gin,, and Inches to diameter together with Gangs, Maiey -
I Mfc;, 1aCkSOnV1ICirsery* 1 A adem1c Arrive Fort Boiler next day by,7 p m-; o/a proposal KAere no change from edotrtitemtnt specific bid. 2 L Schnapps Boorbon,Mooongakela,-Seotc4 and Irish MM'Crom Catty Pitt,and otner Uada.v: .2

A Mrj5o'ptrinttndent,.and Leave Fort Butler Thursday-at 8 a mi, i tt contemplated by th*,bidder When the lowest bid' U not tsti.r bid, r.iaPee ,Whiskey Jamaica aal Santa Crax Run,,',Porter, These celebrated Saws bav been'be'.tteaat.t: '

TDS SUBSCRIBERS espectfufly can theo II Cot. A v. nacoi, -. Arrive at Adaroivifle next cI"1117 12 m.? I ., '. .. .of-'.*;eonnty 01tatt': .. ; .of ifie either no mode or an inadfquaU mr"j, of(Joa, ; Alt of different brasda'aadcu draft, .Champalgnfl DIes at the North West the last twealy4f y tatsV ,
l'rtJeIIIor-ot)a.th matt& '6823 From' to Homosawa, 12 miles and the mails from 1.ISiS. rtyanrtjjt wUl not be accepted bat SfX wide for and .
-r J tMtloaofthaeUiJDOBsof DorM sad adjoinIng mm.:1ut: d I AugoaU propose to convey( July "' CIder' Cordials BittarsVAe.,k are,considered by competent Jsrigeth'bts*j.
cpnatlet-to their Cboioe selection of.' Capt 8".uI.Jo.,u. LA., :. twice a weekv '. ,to Jna*30,1859, pn"wnto No,:-,from a specific bid proposing the necessary MrTiMv J/,- :8iuARs., T ". ..v"-iiQ 1I

Fruit" 'Trees Grape-Vines Rasp; I Cadets aad Professor( Engineering.French. HUMr. i:0'u.: n1"1" Wednesday and Saturday at.S to.--,Jigreeable.'to the advertisementof When the bid-does not specify-'. .of conveyi >Of:tbe:-ippravetba'sndi.; 'Manuf llJ'llld by them, and fbr saU.:at'titirarthottse .
Mf. V. H. MA fltT, Professor of 11 dated.. 'also when it to CM, '.
1 thaPostmaiter.General, Janoary,,12: proposes ry 'aooordinf1tht <> 'TOBWCO.Yeulowian .: -. -'No 43 COff-st, New York: 4 '
berry Gooseberry Currant I ( : a a" day by' 12 rat less p.iidbj following mode efeonveysnce, vli j advertisement,1' but! .*,iaoh nMcificatioa,' < RsrxkKcx. ". "*'->
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t. of'Chemistryaad Arrive at Qomosassa ..; Fine in tin foH James ,
,. .W. n, Hcirr U Professor Cut JfTat.
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: jsspssWedne.day&ud faturday MAnnita&mt'd75'y t (of Pip : it will uaprosai.for. 'horseback Bl FmdUy.. .FiKla, Iron Wertf ttaetss><2tflL-.y -
Cherries, Honey'uclde.,- i English Literature. : f, 2 -17. .-v. ''ofdollars. ..- '' ,service, ;.. .. ,"; -4'" -" .3.21dificat1onOfaddbi .** > -un.aodnwieIyofthocoleaetbramit.{ .ibers5awporthoPortsbIeMiIlamaks.i.-.. ,,

-. AUheas Mr. .. B.tJooewii', proes.ogDswbtg. mi it ) 6 p m. ,Th&propoial[{ made triL\laU bowledp o . ; .:_ apt.W.T.Bo.acAulstintFrOfs5SOt0fMthts.tlcs. -' pArrive Tret to Fort Ue'weight of u.,mair.to be Urms,'to tantamonp.Vto anew bHand:: annot 'Albert Lorejey Agt UUIOB MiTto DaHeajQa 4
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andeOwrtilajita,now for sale on the grounds %i4 From Melendes; by, distance tithe'other; W reference to the be received.at t"terr..IUk regular eompe- ; ,_ -,. _:Jliuolc\orL\. 185$. I Bradley-A QiUs, Saraaaaa." ,. ., 1
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J a wHki- carried and ,
,; Oliver Wood,Eaq 1 fronting the Plaokroad. cadet k8.Cis.lstaatT'cbt._ :.pade'L.aveMaIandiiS.t47lPm 11 miles and back once route and service and'alas after full, examination btionan the last Jjoor set for receiving bids ',r ''rJUr'S B9CJ1H1ER offers rftal. lard lots, ," H:Mltehet 't *..,9', >*,' 4-

. ..* .; ALSO Beard *f Tmstee. I Arrive at fort Dade same day by 8 p m; of the indenrt7M!ItlIl&attached- (a tat ,,.22.Postauwters'art to cmrefaVaat .to'certlfjth 1 Not.,2&.W; -f.rP4J0ILNL'EN0LE.27. isototdlaUly:wtstaf aU reatdeaee.l Montfiomtry. Iron>Works- 3Zoatgotnery'gyoaue .J
-- law' *suffldency..,-griranton'pr'; Jureties without .
SAWMILL,CIRCULAR UAND and other 'DAVID.IB.\tD>Pre,- r JAn Fortp4eSAtordayat5amjiJArriva adrtrtlsenenlA I ;- '5 : _, ."t 'r'
'lengths and gnKgee to s*U tail market all from' CaAazas JMCDOYAl4b.M.MYUI, at Melendes same day t.r 12 nu .- :Daleci. ." ,''
jBakewcU 4 Maantaetery. Saws from ibis u-' _JAMES Baiirjro*, JL.V SiMriox, 662*'Froui PlereeTiUe.SpnnitBeU ,10 Bay Pss-ta.CiacPo1i4so.. -' siUlity.and kit M3d r ,-gqai nUir<,w'l1uetieate "._, .wi'i&vv4s.- .. '. ; ,Good&, .,G rte.;. -;.+ : .
bar. Mea Uwrongbly,tested in this week' '- l diD.at-., StaU'd dietinrily totiflodtha'cwafalliUs to enter In.tt : (Ree4'.ahw.BuiTinj'.Wkkc ; r Sa1leribv ; .
-4 .jtaWiihment irrutAX tUAWu",, Jtrr Y,UAMUS.,; Port WftiiUs and back one*a 'beundenigned: Tn WMestor.to J. JStBA : ,
'J erfosjj it oemirtftsnd prored tabs the' very beat : A.V. B. .J1',, ,W. ROOT, '1M."'i.reeyU1e SaLuda1 at i a m'Arriv t' _.;.undertake tba-; .it tIes .foropDc-bkltor: pe-.fom the contracts for tat serrlceprepoe. : DOn\ts\ oaban4am ; ,. assu.q.,, s

"t .Arer.ff r d Ja liar pAttee for .,fnUhig tile- pine.Jwt ." PATtoDoBBs, DAviBAaeu, ,BB .rtaame day by,)2.m<, earrylnirtlMijwHo poole No- f-be epk4' ed fat tASie aeeepttd bl4.tbIn1lcbUieI' .t; Ji li oi,oC family Orocii lo a7JwWAII : '. # '1

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l and fir .tia Caaal fMi r, : Arrive l'1ercerillo awns day.by,7. BV rv v to tat 1st dsy 4tJb* 1853. ,or as soon.thereafter' :.:. $ ('ILf'YJI1' snWtiwtiany bv'i this'itenartment >
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; ..t.a0' .. t" .tllijW.',- Arrive at Long Pond next day by g p!.tLeaw w.do with'a foil' bDw-WltttJli: bU eontraaton win be required no Unftr1ll.mails '; t..: ''' :; ; .:.:< 1'$, .bo ct"jIi ,
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f1. BWWkV < WsVH-Bs> aam '
e ( ,s- '-'::: ft- hiC.ASbV Cvstomer*;alfof whkh kCJttt f S BLACK -CREEK. S

? rmeio2tgZaL, bj.uMPofeslIu1 $ -tfJgftS $ -. .ertitysooep J g &Terr mraodiou.
4i.rZca flTirnOCSE
&i5'4.ltr *'' CHAPIN. oee.
1wr1o : ; '; 0 Q V : LEONARD .
dlaitsn OUt *es.4eeie ., 7 5 P.w.; .. or Mr
fL, S. sona5It le kese4 en--a IIil1 Th cn4
d.n ofdsn.Ioa .nadeewiee ::. t. abeuads wibSYYSII 4 the
: a4i allolbermecbffle"Y .e4Is s e.y. temswkh.
from 4a l4 and -
p. r x> & .Iran and 1ra. vstlIge. ;.
; > '* fEzseLuaNo
r tauurLaag diW etyitoctHf < -5 S
4 tckaUttr, Tke Hdramagenbnat .aPresttM ;: : **"* ,?*1-MiL aedoiler eepe1eie ( MANUFACTURED to-l DBAtKRS paiia wflf U ipartd U rroaeV tbo.i.bif1;
Thtdtara : .
aIsorsuotke. aUdacripti* *T CAS. Lies
k1sa ra oMVOrRIn$1.thI otot ace *cell
> 4w t of W ,, 'AttiiB cftlneJ iii purubued feosn us wik be thhifnriabl.nd happy. -
'.{to u&aled Zander b jxrwerfol anO> this 5..ear1esrnIAithe jfos.38 and 44FWst.Ovr 5_
3ocaUon, eedtb orahty pIa4 1ntow eec.of1coisitnftiIawbit ii.5pe15f4? AJflSen7pI.5tOf:thbtst..by ;; tGa.re 5
b. o1b.wua.M it MJccat.dsU eoutmenijbo.theHb.r1patrunsg. competent enacbinl4s, >wheala sired. a5Ipoa". StoinaeteiWvE so., sad porchsensrempecvfuHy S ; T&teUefliatheIa1&or. [aoa2$.
"l -A *
b..2Lbio w.&tlath.eoU.or aaodwsitb. vtbhpeCitthe$k4S vs. onable tersint e- repented total! on mi,M wa- aaoftrtmrWwcmenU' GNQL14
timate ed- wIoet
I- .5Bj'ordoroftbe Intf **ad ftt ia
rtyU 'P'I-4 j ,
Ike fiMt eanot become wet tftht nrdreiaarateaeertid. TO
,M eSar i.W: !OON.ErA GOOKISJaVStf ,-, ;
ied3in- .. ; .
Ladlee may veartoe Bjotert toiede ? Itams1. ..e4Mebteut&.A.JLORIDAIRON > ay article* boaghl at oaf stabHeameat' are wsr' S S E ru.ebwcoaIk.
% ff aboee> the part'bdetnat wtherrtA ;STtrTreCAv.dbybrIi- .. I r # ranted to ereiy respect' juPLpaiia& +rse.St .

;1.pbAtl* eupUos,WJwsvsetaeeg : from1 :WOZX& Harness threughutkens.rated dariagtfie- pen.-

: rcb.7 b'wtrt.4t J Tork-- 5- .5 I..W.33UjOS & Co: Depository Families Jnvplidi Transja.o$ ; ;,' for

.itny -3O barrels Mess Pork, '- *s ?, c- S Ja.-ka-.mrWe, F1a. ,--,. ."* ,-. :JIT THE WHITE BOUSEjMEZTWO lb.fttr.MTOLIL.M

as Uw latter eaase be feet to' perspire act ; ,20-1.?,.; inram Smlth'e Flour, $ *- 1A Nit nose prepared*d execute pronjpUp orders _) -South-West Cern r of dense. 1Irs.DAW., predsisseix.jyc
JsraVery ttkealthy saaaaert aad;besides; are .; ;25 uftlfbarrel Ilirmm Smith**Flomrv .. \-:(Steam fncine*,. Saw;Mai, agar.MUI!* "WESTWOKTH- 8TKEETB, -tbnks5for the liberal PatroMge heretofore h.
t:: wwtp lastrian*to kywntb.rlik* b.e .2 tierce Sag Cored ll mvn w,. and Pat Grist Mills- Horse I'owers5lrou sad, ** --- d meir
tbbsr Wbs the latter ewe the feet lo.fp.orettN1r S. t ? 1 T 'ChtirUJtai; & *',the Hydromagea beia ; S. ."Z hogsheads Bacon Side and Shoctderv ; Bra* <7astingt.faad! erery. rarietyoff ttachmeryvCastingJorgln SawMill L: CARRIAGES of every description, Ttie lowest of family daties,and toUkilt :eontimunce of MM> -

S 14 IrklneGoihen Btt.rt : Dlacksmith7Work, price elwayron hand, and Mr article sold farociradtr'theirtKBt ;inaxuige .nt,
I aor tUaaUoeof eork prepared, peemUarrypU- -' except Thipra..5;
..4 iaiiAKjjtbjifeal>. Bc4tocreelhe.iBeftheboator I2boxeaCh.ese, \ Steamboat, andwtherrepalringV S -- such M aft be warranted ia Ibe fsltert tern,"by: prit tor will tue ettrl.ex.rtlon ilhthampg5 '
3oI.aQ2xvn..lo1Qi'ic1a n2 tierce Leaf Lard .561teg : will continue the mimnfacturfr"and keep -
aafidr. Te Children they : f.Th y 5lyS-tt 7 'JI.H..NATHAN.PAVILION of the present busiest I.gfre generni
; tf appear __ : ..4t y-<'-f VT-- constantly ofi hand, their variety of Plows, Timber S NdebtsorflaLftitlee -
11 to*extremely tslaabU,** thy>ay eognre insanast s' -- -- 6 half' barrels Fulton Market Ueef Carts .Chains e. :to which th.y lerpeetfully In.. SI HOTELorA:1ruuorn.reehag.4. wiUlmpald by th.tcrun1csebiiwtlU&irba .
wUh-ewnlort aad bealtayeffects.. Their Tuise11. known IIOUSg-, ,_._- .. _, -5S5: ;, ; iHer. 5Tb besie
No. Jfackerer,in barrel*and kit,' rite patronage 'T'. S 'July 8-1; e,, ladesirsblyiftustodibi .
.kpene 1| so alight a*to scarce aeed mentwoY be* andlA.damswstreets within fetrptxIs yiiie r tlOffice, and. ,' (jtt.3flS ,
a i-S. S
t4 Ues,these who patraalu them wffl Cad their year- ; v -- aacksourllle Blaeksailthlngy clzA1lEs1Ol5. CThe'aaderrignad .. Keoau alrr, :elea.u1 and ficatae** lt. K. SS
20 laeki Salt
the Dterpool ground ,, ?$
aa. Arrcbi.U near to the Steam, Boalldndingf,,tanrl oatl convenieflt to;; 1 beak Dried Apple*,!--i t" ; 5, -- 50.. -S fogs respectfully ufona his lun S lhed S handsomcIy-nothIng* "
A the HydrOBBcea U becoming more known, it* coAranW&b'en oyited ': $I/tCII1NESIIOP numerous friends and *traveling public .. --'A-
Jl.barreU Apples"t, geaer
'4tt>I* vs.iagto; U" Alawet Incredible' exteat.' Churches, nas just received new jN ? S Bnckwkeat Flour in aacki and hoxe*, and/ AttheformerSIan- ojsetlgicick.tltNXSIlES ally'jthat not withstanding the recent fir* at the Being cutirery bsilt of, wwd,wUti.reBder*'H

& Lea* yee* te Looiov, Mancheeter, .BIraIagl3u*, from top to bottom with }$very\jwnycnlerijc iSflOW in perfect S fall aeeortmeot of PrOriiions aad*Groceries of all otall klnds Timberar- .rear pCak premises,he fa,">* usual prepared to free from dampoesa. The rooux eooaecteit by T U
Pluughs doors which fire
2jG1Mgo1r1L4.J ta. D.bPraAotw.rpa.btg T ding )daee. dhfiadtowad. :
offer the best ,
eidBMl ,DoT iaJe teaobed 1,732,. order. The Table, will be under the.su-intendance of an.experienced kinds Jaawy,and for 6. 185S.3 eale! by1- s MILLER-- -*, McCCEy.lioae >' ,. .1.- rLag.s Carts; Chains for MU!., Mill work of him With their accommodations pfttronage.'tlie.boueand to.ajiwbo; may furniture favor epenlnhrooglt4tbe PiauarWokh afferdr a Je-w

et eijn<. >rke Soles, Thy earthe number an ptm f ,.llktnda, SugarMils, to. hating boen; thoroughly cleaned and 'renovated, 1fghtfal-prcmeuad.uf 300 fcet and proiecliUre'honw
J w&i far Mrpae* taat : .. : -housekeeper, .andtshalLnbl e urpassed 5- 5T t, ParUculafcattention paid to Steam Boat and He, *l. rrfnrwf his sincere thank fbi the liberal frem rsihisotdwjndt, Ac,aad form*a4eaW S
Aak the raenlty their oplnkm jbf.tbeir yalae a* this etermmedi .thathiijex rtions Sttr egtnrant.S Saw Mill reparingr-Wbeelwrighting done atiboK abIe'Ret7esztfzotd'eocflnementatfl
c climate The Proprietor ;hjti .: sopporjt has.received, and,,pledge*; ..himself, eeasoar staeyeart
Cot Bfcojtceuna S test noticef.AU rdenlefr.at the store of S;
A rerentaUre for Cocema, ThfBotwel*situated In ftecfttraT-peeUIea
11 ,' UUAra.LC at1rnoL to merit'the dtroBage> vliiclT shall 1e l bestowed;upon him, ---S N. Williams whiLe promptly- attended aace spar of.th no expense pat&nage or exertion that bar*to.been deeerve to largely a eontinn.extended febzth 8o tft'an Sac 3S Cxsn, HEUNDERSIGNED xn/brni ;th'cIU- adi 19HT- J: AiFARMARiTo "* Ii soatain45yeonts ndosnyeutence
UKI' pr.pair, *
T '
j 'La)rxVdo. de 30 do.B shall tie Without regard .to. trouble or expense: ? >sea Jacksonville and riciulty, that he S- -S S toward* him/, ? .-. said fbraccbmuodatioo eannot be' ,
14 Nor, 13 : sB.iBUTlERFTELK.:
do 25 do. has fitted up the room formerly occupied by.SUGARS1 Itb1i ; ; S zion ?3.2ut '
:H T$ AAtiis** JL LVERYT-ABLE.: is.attachedto: : &M HouseJvyith. goocl S ,5 LCARVSS
"17.z.-Troar the metail Price we make aery the B.epnbllca occu &flESTAt71ANTin a _

.Uberal aUowance to Jobber and Wholesalers, Horses and Carnages.- Th Western Stage leaves this! HouseitndChar1etbn.bbats. style wbisbbsthlnk willgfv. gen ra1satisfactioiC1t rilE .UNDERSIGNED, ;roeossors to lijish? -

.< natanytorekeepermayjnakee> fine profit oo will be his sun tdfurnlsh theebToicest oW1NES, JL TlMAjcs, No. 3, llolmea' Building, 'have Inv Ii. YERONEEWholesale &, BRO -
'I i -"Aetf wU, while they are an, article ttay may be soon ftftec tne-arrival oftffe Savannah LIQLYOItSMd and:unexceptional!. <- '.f- .' store and for sale t> --5 5 :Dealer* ln i : : } .

i; -t.piia any More,*moag any daas of goods, : Pet, 51 14ui ; ,; ;S.: BUEFINGTON.cn .: OYSTKRandtJAMB SUPPERS In short to ;A JEN.ERAL ASSOBTMENT Pr1AxD-J4P4NED4:1w4: 1PtSbd eetZ.talflinte1ingi'tz5hkiaDdunauepstied
girl complete Mtigfactsod to hi* pMmns.r'A : r
f tie
J. Iott.rIIppy1ii : M E RCHANDI Z E i'AKEtbLausebod 'informing tbeir.friend* <> Tri
:i .
.r BRADLEY I CO. copy. - S cotfple-of fine BILLIARD TABLES"will
'- IL&1tCOtRT; ; ..Land customer that their hare recently! made i by any one'hJtair
1. ? 38 Ann Street,..KewYerk.CHEST. loon be add,d to"hi*establishment. V CweMrtrBj of Dry Goads! ,; Groceries, PrbvUioug, large addition to their machinery,:and-.erenow MUblwhed, ii nmr open for the receptiewef

iX7 'decZJ-tf *- JOHIf WUEEtERNEWANDCROICEGaOCKRIES Hardware and Cutlery,Croi keryj and Glassware, prepared to"execute alt 'orders in ,tbe, abofej.iiii' Boarders, lerinaladbM3X. -Zawadtkrwhoe

WATOIIS JEWELRY SILYERI WAItEFuney Hats ant Cspsil.iots: and Shoe Saddlery ,and a with nearnea and dispatch. Oar Ware*are alt eamat tare Tilt le toI.nnsI sod law '
I: IK ASTLEY COOPER BART., 5I.Dn large assortment of Book! ah r +-."Ike. eminent iledtcaJ Practkioner, Deleft a T HE ndersigTiad ave justTfeaTred anjeritlri other article* suited to the trade i to which they .- *" ",' -" S fllJesL &

1: valaable legacy to the of world u.im "Ji,8.D : .neir tStoclc of..PROVISIONSan invite the attention of the publie; and ak them to Terms made nceommodatlngandCountzyordece S aep2J-dm .
Great Prercutatlre call and 'examine' their'stock before purchasing promptly attended to r j S
kI 6 ; : oIs the ,-comprising S elsewhere, a* thy flatter"themeelv'that they : Also Country Roofing and Guttering doaewitlidUpafcK ATS

UUFAILlNa CUKEJOR PULMONARY following articlesIlams :- caa sell a* low's any one *lsej furcasboieountry. ,. ?_ -:" S ----
DISEASES. .v BeanSf; ''Coffee- produced ? S 63 STATE ST1IEETueaftheMarkeLS .
Bacon Side.Corn '" -Strebbln.hwhit.- TI irBvRTox. J M. W; GRAVES, S THErCndettigwaL 'would.revpectfuDy ia.
I ;thout the use of Medic&ne. :Charltitan, S. C. .
Ir A.C, Bart,inrented and advised the me GEORGEFLAG !*. : Shoulder, Flour, J3op," *fe: ey.,N.58.-M. VtJeass vonil respectfully '-5 -S he 5.I.haleaseJ forui fcU frlcnda thai tfiji ti*>futHcgcceraUy.tkal

"of the .-". Mess Port, Meal, P.p. inform the public that be still continue thej Fraser & Thoaipson, tabluhment extensv'e,4tnd weli kaowa -
'- ; 4h9 PLAXTEE HOT L, Md'w
"MDtC4TRD FUR CHESTPRQTECTOR. E1at1'.lcrid.a, Mackerel FultonMark.tYlourBult.rSpiees,. Cheese,. Giager, DAGUERREAXBU81NES5,. S ;FACTOR*AND. / now .adj for the re<.e.tx>nf risitor*; eoftiitonii
of allagwanl ,** aJL '
?TH) alt pereoos '' door west of Dr. II. D. Holland' residence CMMISSION-ME1WHA-N-TS his location, beIngonrnisnt-to all ti
infona iiiuf Irish PotUoes, Lard, Katineg one *
aaA hield again<4. cwuumpttonVraachitU WOUtp respectfully the citizeiii tbis'place torroTjndingcountrjthathe ; ;
eertaia aad a o 5- Idcantien
wtll tomnjcml jt ta these whw
Bother Pilot Bread, Onion; Clovsa,- J Jacsjonrin*, July 8,1854 5- -:* ylas ikecity
CoiJ aa4 act JV/z
Ajtlnna,C-ogky at his old stand ij' .
hasagainopem -
; on busies*, n4 a .exertions or'exreue wil
Cracker Grits 'Ciaaman
Sugar : *
I ttioaeof the Lug*,wbioa arise front the erpo e4eUte'of ,, "Charie8ton,3'jDf -. be ,
$ aad the BLO'CJC Bettor ..Tea, Toilet Soap,* Clothing spared by the 'J'roprletor to jmauofe"the aom-
&b.ohe.$, litcvrding iof.uh.ion, : Water V".Th&Pcppler, ,*In'izrwza f 5- ?ULThonOa; fort,sad.winvtnieaf 5 rtf his gee*!;'sad render aw

eentlnaal change wwtUmjfle. with a-Janre and well elected toc1r of Soda :: Sugar-, Confectioaary.! 5- ; .. ., .awe* hou f, ia.eTery, wortbyof gbl public
'- putrmagean4supportDe
The Protector"la siuinlr*chemically prepared --S : DRY aOODSSTORIL: Copariaerahlp Notice. _Y :. U pleased t,add that'heaas
./W lined with aUk .a1 pad-led, which, aa pwiJed war FRUITS.. 'rilE undersigned' I have twdayrurme4 o.i
I the CAP secured the servle*, a*Cook MrT
S (At the sign of GIANTS RED ,) keeper, of Jf. TT.
I..kT4x1v-erflheCheIt,1n -ro agreeable a : nd :MATTUIESIN
the GRESS partuersbfpunder5therin
!I from ANIJ' AND DRIED. JLamkin
,*o long smi known, .
manner that,once,worn; U becomes auceuilyon1- QQO Apple*, Oranges, Bananas Plantans. Nut*ef-all TMOI>B rettrrns thank* to hi*,friend* and citi- kO'lL4LL" -.,- and will continue, tbeWbVLiaI.* ""- nod reUiagcommuaityef favorsWr tie adjacent to the State.tr*.
S5 Jacksonville ami surrounding country / .RetaU- ; -v'
*?be'protectorf" altaoagl bat recently introdVed to which the aUentipn- *of';the Public is invited. .Getting my Goods direct from the kind AND, *c, *o- rbr past favors bestowed oa him, and solicit a'eonitnnAnce 'CLOTI1ING4TAZLORINtTSLYRS :jaly 8-3m,: w LOLALS

l Into America m>king rapid progreis throogh YurkManuEtct. rers, I am prepared to offer mv customers inducements, both a* WINES LIQVORS of the same': -A* he has nowentered, into -at'the corner efEaet Bay and Queen tlreeU,
I South -America, of all kinds,Segars,Porter and A le Of choice brand*. with hi* brother la Savannah, the S -S MAGNOLIA BOTEL;
the United-States, the Canada*, !regard st le and price,that cnrin< tjbe our .Charleston Savannah.. a eopartnenhip Chark.tonS.C; : .
I and the West ladies. It ha, f.'t a long time The undersigned intend to keep a fall supply always business wdl be carried on more extensively,under S *wMMATTnIEssEx : -' S OB Jonas
: Amon* assortment befound the 8f* Rlrer
my may on hand and for that ''are ?
Veea a *tapl* article England and uo the eonti- purpose receiving iha style and f rm of :July; '54. ; 'WM. P-'O'IIARA-
eat of Europe, while Jt TIM grown Inu&nycoan.; \V'ATdni BUTTER KNIVES;. FRCIT ,DO, NAPKIK fresh good*from Charleston by teamen' semi-week S -: A; A J..MODK 51Ticvr._ cAito-cAPr.oJ, }fpiiL

trie to the poaition oi*an Artkle of dress -- I RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTS.'*c, *C-- I;. The patronage of'the publie r i* respectfully 'Wholesale;and.Cetall Dealers In, -Lrcet'NewYurkiotdeeSAssuperinLcndaaceof fI HIS ia a new Iletue,recently opened fu the s -
demoMtrato these-fanq*ir* of any EnvQsk FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) -- - solicit*!, at the Und lately occupied by Morris S JL- connnodatias Boerders and visitors from the'Jvorth
,' DETACHED ft -" U Constantly on hand and made to order from portcoutand Kid. S S S .Clothing' and Dry Goods J.M.4afluta5-5--- [aug.S-2zn-2m
Twideot in yov ricinity: nss knowledge of warranted :" '. ; ,- daring the.csoaeiujr and future season .
tae bdciaFSfOCta of wearing the .Protector, I' 4 .LAPINES: --, tf :JOHN; WOODWARD, and our friend will Ind at all time a*large and Notice;, : It is stunted immediately tha St.John'*Rivr.

wrtaoct AEOOCUE TO .ocoezgoofaoy kind The (withA without hunting cases) CUTLERY. _. -Bay-St reeL. complete Stock too numerous i*. mention.; For pnK O.PARTKERSHIPvnder. the. Zna- o S about 25 miles front JfeJuonvilfa and a short di.-

oct it rearing these articles i it a mere trifle, and SILVER.. PATENT LEVERS/. ,do. Groceries, &c quality and reasonable'prieeii pleas call and convince -i;TUNy.O.'PICKSBY A COi Isthisdi y dirtol tancefrvm the mouth otinatk Creek*and is- Best
.ae wiU Ut eome year So MAO who *lue the DETACHED : Mo. 46. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo. Weetonholm 'T HBeubecriber, having purchased the. stock of yourselves,oa Bay street,opposiM Cot.Sam- red*' The'Mttlement :of its ffainrtjr. mutual favorably joeated and ecnreainUy fftlcd up rVrjtke
be witaU LAPINES dodo.. A Son, eonsiting of una'Lot Where will find the GIxit'* Red mentioned.
1 health of himself or hie family, 1 Groceries of Mr. 8. N.Waiiams yon saine agr.ement.deiolvps, on i1ILUA31h1.XUNNOt purpose Arrangement* are atadc'fer
not alone From good, maker- which will be''warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS SHSARS respectfully Cap. I to whom the accommodation
them, The Heepital In this uountry are solicit the patronage of the public. He wilt always aU'pemon.baring demands-or b.ingin- ofelaly.bearderV.a&d.already
recomojendtag laem,bat rapidly introducing them.Hareoart good. time keepenC RAZORS c.- keep oalund a full supply and fresh Stock of TO THE LADIES &ND GtSrr EM&NT debted are S referred.' -..'..-*- S rinmerousvUitors hate availed tLenuelvMsf U-

Bradly ACo,of Londonand Manchester JWELilY. : FANCY GOODS FAMILY GROCERIES, .. V WUlbesobi or" given away, .the.entire' Sloes:of I" i Y1LLIAMMTI1NNO. eatknaItbe1sgnulia.* Tbelloatebcosreafeat
t England- were originally, entrusted with the which he will eell on reasonable terms.. MjStoc S and CIothii.Tb. S B, Q. PINCKNEY,Ja.; to pEso Mineral Sprm ;and beat sot oswys are
naratacUro of the Protector-by. the lamented Consuming of Such a* CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS will be constantly replenished by new' arrivals DryGoods -Cbarlaatcs,August lst, i834. kept for ihcpurjp.eef going tkiJherTnecfepri*.

Dr.;Cooper,and continue to manuf .tnre according GOLD GUARDS, FOB AND VEST CHAINS. PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND frem the 5ort*. S 5Dec. .present occupant* wish todlpoe of their"entire 5ELI .- 213re. lor refpetlfuUy iaril** straager andtiroreummarjsndtbussfwjjj,5 dtneaffMdrop *

:+ kit original InhtracUons, And therefi recomaend CUATELAINS, LOCKETS. BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS .2.3ii. JOHN S.TOWKSESD.. Stock ia order Ito be,ready for the aew Brisk :-- --'- cco'5--- -. '- .' -- S -S itf*or aojoara at UK Maga rjrllea* ta'wfa-
those who would weat"T0* Protectors," to PEi.CILSCROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEL CASES Store soon to be'erected on Bay street, and make .Tbe Subscriber* opportunity
eee to'their being genuine. D1AMONRINGSRE(3ARDDO. ROSEWOOD WORK MITbo Hhall theae Boots Displace J" room for the new stock which they intend to bring S Contnaes badneu heretofore cariediwao. oTderotiagihatarteatioB to their eomfort wika /
AJTB v GOLD THIMBLES, SLEEVE TUB UNDERSIGNED hare opened .ahop anti ia 'a 'of to invite will! give himself and the atle'
R&isvii.* TBU is A riLm ABTICLB, BOXES, PORTABL1WRITIFG on, firrtherimproem.nt styles dec the nam* of TUNNQ.-FINCKSEY 4 CO, supermf eftdtat *a>
Ptsfl 2LtDIcIE. '.' AND COLLOR BUTTONS; DISKS, for the manufacture.of BOOTS and customer and tender* to hij'ftisuds the renewal of hi* service much pleasure.to-maaifcst. 5- -
-" aETiL PMCES. STUDS;CUFF PINS, RETICULES, FANS, COMBS. SHOES,as the comer Newean sad For- The liberal pstroange J. M.bat received- daring *. .WILLIAM M TUNNO JulyI5 jr. x 5 -

:QgleTI$8IIr, ;. .$),5O.achLanits' BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, BRUSHES, TUERMOMETERS yth streets, aeit dao r to store formerly occupied the time'he. has been in business in this city, his jSept 5t3NKUFFEIV -
-- Ax -., .,lW do. GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES CHILDRBNS1 by 1. B. IIowelL They have received a new supply disposed' biiu to'dispose of.whatever'hebacon
s" Bore'AMive* SUv, .; "75 .do, ,- PLAIN AND'SETT RINGNS -- TOYS, TEA BELLS, of materials, end in the qaafity a.style of hasid, at prire that cannot fail to produce'a smile OENDR1X.A C L..COMMISSIOJT :

.' *-. flA.COURTBRADtEr A CO, CHILDREN'SLOOPS.) SCARF PINS,-Aci Together with various other articlee too aamarons their maaufactaree, have ao doubt of ple.iing tho plaMare.from. hit customers; and1 thereby feitiprocate MEHCIIANTS,

33 Ao Street A 102 Kaasan Street, SILVER WALtE.mention- public, wtom we now ask to gire us a trial. the favors of tbe pabliar 11. hits determined for the W of' -. .*, -. S 'rilE public are infermea that the above Hetet

Kew.Tork.p.e. N.:B.-CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELEY, 4ee23-2ta BACKMAM A MARCHER. that the most fastidious shall not leave him FJeur, Grain- and Produce Generally, S .L has been tedacs f iron DK tUKitut a>4 .sparnt -
102 TToorf Street Cluaptide, COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT with duwatUfaction in to their bargains julyS *v3Z be tjxtrtd to reader tli.time
p,41ew&nhousi; orouhZyfPairdand varranttd. ml tin gkortttt FOR SALE. regard Charleston, S C tlA agreeable
Lodo*, Ltsiiftti. 41 Jforfcrf, Sr.rf Man, FORKS.TABLE,DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, noliet.. &f TERMS CASH [octWlyGoods Callous and all!. We are aoxiowo wait-upon nod to gireaa&fedto* who niS7 f.TW meJvahaealK .
his w.etthe
.A* limit of the town Jacksonville S S
Cu'aceestabtin'hintDepotStJr thealeffThe S -- .A.MODE A BRO,Jaeksonrine, '*. 96 'Eat-Bay oppose IrTJa. ted kt the Spring lor tha :actonnnodatknr**
XB.A for rile! There are two lot; bounded on the ;( Bay t$CV ,} who
< Protodor" In an part* T America. PbricUna and next door"Morning News" Office! S Chorleitu SIT may desire ta bath toine of Uw-ffj esf 5WyAiaSmng
north east and south itreeU. The sitaition is ,
by .
CfeUuers Dry Good, dec2-tf Bay rtreeCSavannnh.IIENRV 5Dealer. m tht Cmntry. .The location is remark
4 Surgeuo. DraggkU, and has U commodious build ( '
high and healthy, on zz ble for
*1LacchaLa,Usters had.Ld1.neri,also OeuUeiaeuFarniahmg NeiVooi1s S ,ao>ur>ac<*iii the Slate. ;Beaa;
Store-Keepers'are entroile-V with ..tnenetoeale ings, situated 'among fine skade trees for summer; cJIieaL: tc1'O. SPIRIT CASS ANDCAMPUEN1 taulfaigh pine Jand.kfree fio -tae saoysace f inseeto -
m'and and ii i protected from the cold north-west wind of with Lamps of.erery the peeiany* *Can aecommedWcna
and reUJ 4istributk r iuf th to li W. CLiARK, "dsjcrrptwn .for same .VMpatoe

rhonxlibcral terms are offered fortheirnt rprise, AiflLE1 winter./ The place ha on it also aa excellent found well .$ -". ,-iiio ... ho&drcd S S persons, eaTy S miles front pilatkaJ.J.DICKISOX.pToprieterJ..
for sate &llQJi of water, aad U the bast'garden ipot to be -5S---* -? ? *
i.and ft-ipUadid opportunity peM to theu any where in the vicinity of the town* 'T'irE.S'ubjcriber b**received a Urge and elegant Etflahactd' 'AmcrieanWliteEe4Painta, i.pt.S,34.t.

a .sjad prwCUMe boMnen.uilT. Have jus( rvceiv .t tiicir Fall uupp'y of >lcrchandizef dee 16-ti -*0.HARt JL* assortment ofGOOD3"of: different kinds, seileced -* of every"kind, Linseed and Sperm. S S m--- -: --S
; Consisting'ufnneiiia by himwlf and. particularly adapted to the > Oil $1o.
I CO |nly Glass, Pnttyde. tf -ti..
BRADLEY. Insolvent Notice wantijof this sevtion of the,country lie respectfully : S S
38 Ann Street; .Kew-York. C.S. kff1 ffffflMOff : riATALINA C. SKIFF Administratrix and invites t customers the : S
-- ; a call'from his old and -S CODICT-JErINGS&C -S a* pCTtbx JiC raicxs. '',
I a .A irarulag* CORN FLOUR BACON. PORK II AMS .BUTTER, S W, Manuel Crtrpo, Administrator of sfl and em.: pnblic generally. ,Uiy stock consists,'in part,'of SADLER- S COACUI1ARDWAREtcc. THE undersigned*iwringr kael S this Kelel,

trar-Ditty nol} harbor not ia your mind tha With a full upplyof FAMILY GROCERIES. 2 .. .. gnlar' the good, chattel, right sad "f redils of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.GROCERS JNo. 165 Meeting Street 5- 5 SItuated is King.StKeViHjkn front the travslJuly86ra -
F.Skiff late of this oountyj deceased har- S
: George HARDWARE julyB iMATTHIESSEjr.Ch.arte4en..8.C..
of fuels'phik ophy, that .diMott will ,CUTLERY,WOOD AND llngpublin a:shar.ostwona3..Desrdt531ltCUARLESTONIIOTEL
: eentenee Jug this day filed in my ofiee a. written suggestion -
;"set eared of itself,or that you can cure it with be rUiamediuiacsfiwaewdoUirs .- '
Dry Goods of the insol veasy of laid estate SHOESrHAT3ANDCAPSFANCY S A (yHARA,

welf.r.I .Bewarebowyoa ,, ,, This i Is, therefore, to notify:all perton having ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTBUMENTS, r VIIOLESALE..CLOTIIIJJG IIOUSENo S
I tamper with yuur teaeral demands against said estate, to file the enn*;duly PERFUMERY 4c. ::: ..lUl Mt Bayeprner Queen. ;
Te Vild and vteieaa youth ,'wby wit you persist Of PRINTS, a large aniivell, .assorted stock} proved sat aulheuitcaied, before the, Judge: of T Acf*. July! 8- Chatltston S.C. It
tlaiLly All of Ik above Goods; will be sold. S
: ia 4o iag with the filthy nauseating compounds Probate of Duval County the>ninth day-of on._ good .
I proCered: thereby lipairing your ;ppetie and Ginghams, SlieetingLinoa: BqtihetRibbons, May next, at which,time there will be a pro rata term a*at any house in this city WARDLA W4LKER BDRXSIDE ulyS S S

L digestion, an4 deatroyiagjron mentally a* well a* DeUialiw Shirting' Crashj" Taffetas distribution of the assets of said estate amongst,the jaly rt, ;U E.W.;CLARK. Cottoi Factors andCOMMISSION -- S c5harfcdj! : -:
Le eared with few doe 5 S "
physically, whejryou cia a creditor thereof. : S MERCHANTS, MILLS HOUSE* -.
*of pteacaat medoioe* 1 Alpacas: Osnabur s, Hosiery, .. ., Florence Silks, Witness mT name as Judge'of Probate, and the CHARLES PttWALL..A. --S 2iortLAtlantlcWharf,' .-rnosiSS-NiCKHRsox;;; -

Yew who are thus annoyed and wish to be res- Cashmeres Dress TrimmingHandke'rcliief/Lad yfa Collars ., .airfsaidCourtthlsths ninth diy uiI LJ OIL'XOJSJ h I U SLJacfctimrilte. julyS Clmrtettoni S.C: tfrxENUINE : Cornet ee Meeting and Queen Street,%
# ;; bsn4't beathund Vtg r by a -tre tinent at onoepleaeaat < *' November, m the*year of our Lord one u1y8 -'Cagrfcsfgi' -"
4 aad effectual, abould consult Dr. MOR- Blankets &c. &c. '* thousand eight hundred and fifty-fear.'' S Flo,. LONDON DOCK PORT W1SK -

't 'EIS. UM luecee* ia jchrunio 'diMaco* Jus been FELIX LIVINGSTON, 'ALES-In any part of the County attnded tea VJf .MADERIA WINBj SS i WPAyiiaON HOTJSIV

:' jisstsr than that of auy other physician vf bis Jay. S Judge of Probate DuaL County. O, and respectfully elicited. .. ..FRENCUBRANDrS : k,

: Jtsoiy whO hare been for yean atflicted with di.- CLOTH IMG.A November 11,1854-6nu Good sent to the subscriber on commission,eith* Expressly for medical purposes; at- .". :. ; -

C '..'eese or consequenee resalUng from exee**,. have fine assortment VESTS- ne CO ATS, .BUSINESS COATS,'SACKS and SACKSTBBS, OTKR- 5 *r fur private'?auction disposal. will be'quickly sep2-3t APOTHECARY'HALt. utyS CIarIeszo.a&5 ..a.TS ..-S

i bees rettorod to health end rigor" uoler his really COATS, SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS,COLLARS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, Ac. Ifotlee.. -- attended,to and *amount speedily forwarded. ,The -
aeieatifie treatment A LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of MichXX Subscriber las been known in this community for S IhW.KINSMANS : NEW5-5QjtK -

'5 Should pereuoal Interriew te oJiject'.onabls, ; ii: W& ael Hearn, sea r decewed are hereby notified a number vf yean Auctioneer,and otherwise.- S '117.KisjStred.j S

rear dieeaee la writuif-encloee fire dollars -- to come forward' and.make.immediate pay.meotj He offers ao reoommendatioB*,bat desires that io- his Insure an immense stock of Jr. Kelmts..

..-' -4dELrs t.W.1L MORRIS, through the Post TrBS, C.tIr'IIt4 alisie4. nreKi IEASt'BES, KEELERScovere& PLOtitand. 8COAl Thoee having claim against said Estate to quiries'shonld made concerning himself of anyeommercfof .WINDOW' SHADES. : SS S 100 1 S
vBoe, Saranaaa,
.'tecarely pal up,will be sent privately aol .with or they will be barred.1" ,, -S .. Since the fire he has located ki*store oa Forivth great iBducewent* to customers.- <- ILL'payparhcnlir adentlon tosalesefTalloir -
J4apatoh fall if dlrectioa* IherewUh, aad no nestien -' : :4 dec2-2m JAME3.E. UEARN, Eiecator.iHsoIrent *treet'cn the burnt district,-where bit Auction bn 5- '- ALSO' ", : Pine Lumber Liyee1gOtherSOVTIIZRX
,. TIMBER lad
eekedi ; .-t 5- 31 otlceStirxorFLOWD sine* i*' *ld at'present-condaeted. and where he ,Lce5AndMulisCurtalasSatinDLsnep; Damask to order fur PRODrCLaa4
PeneneUvmf a afflicted with.Sere* A, large acid cotnplete iisortmenti ofvall.tind' !, ) keep on hand'on thE mos$reasonable terra*,' *. Ac., all at a great bargain. julj8-tf 5 5jitIyT-tf purctotu3fERCflDI,5.--S ;:

JtaU,Otd'Ueera,Tetter, Caocers,tile FUtnla- .- County qf Dueal. ".FAMILY-GROCERIES AND'PROVISIONS, S
>aef Orarel Stricture;Gleets,or any disease'what -. ditrliof.the f For Cash and Country-Produce* &-G.COURTENAY S :s.
ever:<*"aa aggravated or malignant character'can.ae ,, POLLY ANN-JUNES, 5- 8 tf CHARLElDtWALtrBXSDRICXS. BOOKS,STATIONERYAN6CIICAP. ?
t cOLOO'Es :: ef John A, Jones,deced.'having filed : S S S : cEazaz,: '
: eared at borne V consulting Dr, MORRIS, by BaSflISQAP.PIRFtTh1F'aY &0 &C- SPUBUCATIONS, .
letter pest paid,aHoing a fee. N in my office written" ,suggestion of the insolvency : :: JAMKSBVCICSI.PJlEuDderBijnedhitvtng julyS Ka 3 Broad Street, CbarletonSC. tf
Kt-flf4"** pftaaaat aa4afi an-beaent- per nail- :gi :E fl : ; of said'CsUto'i "Thi i* therefore to notlfiy,>Il persons -S -ToP1an1ere'and LwmbernCu. -

I ef the rJaitod tUe// having demands against ial&Eslato.-ipre- / AGNEW HSHER :;
part IIOXIEi
eaay?siti *lat aUeatba Siren to the treatment of fe- The argeitaieortsnentthat* 'teen offered;in fh! mwkef j cemdJstlnj of common ware,' white sent them, duly proved and aathentleated,ii. the S formed acopartnership 5- ;.

4 't.sn.pb&etm. Ladies 'who may be afflicted drjnite, MulberyajHrUarbleoeif*. GUftware, Preserve and Fruit Diahe all tyles and qualities of JudgeplJ'robste.ct.amd: County Duval ,:,. nor -orthepurpoaeoftrs.Mtthga S S FACTORS AJID COMMISSION- MER Also, fuvhama.perS

.witL Jn guUrUle FloUt Albua, or Whites, Pro KsMnbler; .*. 4JuUt7 Win* Glams,Fluid' and Oil LstDpCandlitkks"Lantenw'Jng/ars; ,Spittoons.Ac before the first day of-March next,when there will General Merchant,Butintu at CHANTS. : z
: of the -- : be a dlf tribatfam of the fund belonging to S :MACJNOLIA: R Fj -: Accommodation. 'harf.Cfuireifon] ,
S *M* Cterl,ar Falling 3T.snb, would do : ::. flARD3SARE. pnvrata -. Hoe & Cert-:Patent- GroasaVSarvarpiE -
;: well to lay aalle aQ false delecacy, aa4 promptly I. aid_ stst.snumgsttb. Creditor thereof.,1.. would,respectful call besUenflonl'atIwbO ice -
t eoeeJi the Dor, .Cure* warranUd. ; >Selected expressly. saniy!Q1 5- 5' 5 : -' rwitness my hand, aid the seal of derirour of purehatlng'cheaply, to thetr large and : W; Gl OFTNETCAS11.OflBINGUQUSE.; Cd U a4 gubetribers Lies

*"-, taT AA ktton to reoetre' attoatioa ,snub, ; parpoewCarpenters' topl Ae 1 4c. .jisaLj'sstt Court Of ?rpbate-this"the._ well selected Stock,con.isting In part of .- Inches.to eighty Steel Incae, .CIRC. fa fro

eadaslng a fee. Addrea Dr. V7. U, TWINES;&fUQOORs: 5-- 525thdIyoAoguztA.D184S Dry Good*,'Groceries, :Qoeeftiware; S oa53& 255-ling 8tre t, are; hardeaed and diahjelerIbeU Saws
:? NOTRII ftavaaaan, Oeo: S .. L1NIVINOSON ; 'Ilftts,-Cap*, XJrotkeryandGIaawftre, cyw: fiaiahed
f4cmseking Roosaa,Ife.83 Bryan street op.fyiesti FINE OLD ,BBANDY.nOttAND OIKTarid;BOURBON:WHISKEY;JwltledL 'jfe is casks oaugoout ; 1 Boot*and Shoe*> Drag'Medkiae.v : -- 5- -S bf.tasclinetyd.sipied.yprees1y for thapurpoee

Meaumeat S eare, jaly.23-y : ALK-PPBTEBCHAMPAIONE'PIBDR. *a.j *o> I Iron-NaHii, Pafet, Oik- t L,: n. JESSES, i ; i.TS ;and are;therefore,nub mpsijpr lathe,*

.. . ; .. .. --a- TUB SUBSCRIBERS nay be foon! .for Ow present>lc th new Jmildmj erected for temporary S 5-- Hardware and Cutlery Window GUw.- .. ., S DEALiERS'IX:: GROCERIES, IJjulyQ ground:in the usual msnner ag thej are sVengththem'ui -
4 Ctrealt V.urtelPatam- CoSfly use oa'tho site of the old.iui.I destroyed by fire; Jbey,>npe-to open the year 1555 (a tbeltge sad ::5 voale.-. -> : f' Particular attention paid% te.the Prov&ioa BaT ; S S cued iriincilJbru.ing thkkaeesregularty .

*? 0 U e Urenit Dvot I1a: elerant tre..earner ft.'eta end lie yrtfeet wB 'Jt.itesn > J-No,1
iha house of Zilpha Hog AM, in a t Biiy.Chsrl.stinSC {nentSy di>not vbec m r U t 4 or Ixuklei *a4
,* RoUaa, Bteoak*W the iactTesUmeat WiII&O4 S Molasse*, Sugar;eojwtantly on hand (a largsijua.
aa & ;Vr B WJgKX LIGHT Hamilton Coi/ntJ*Ftorid ; titIeL'S. S 3.-PARRAR ;BRC
; > ;
oba-Eau TIIfTRS
of Cuor4 Ve Dvhten Iate of said -
%' "*, y 'J- rWi'i of Wrlgtl logins deceased,'minor!hetr'ofgroes S sad
Cotaplainant. .'. --'- Produce of all klndspurtbaeed.AU DEJSERSIN :COFPEE GROCE>
..Vusat.4.o.d, ,. --- Cres Cdawsand
1 a*Bvhlea ai otaem.th Ueln an- '-CredtExe I i'ea- Dqtor : ,a*fuHows> One rnaa25 year' ol&sscl > : are;invited" to' tsIbcfor&in4Inpicliueselsewhere. 4 S. I--- ftya1Iefw&ishlbly:ifl3Ttiofnperioq.d.hso tOeP.at thaysna; S

Is sn lssi&Etst4Decn44atL_ onyteny.otnlsi'aokt; for the beneItotbobecbelreTemo1of'MtohO4iknewd5antbi i T .f :.,AV;Corner East Bay Cumbertand-SU.& obtained oflh v prn ipaj JB rdihroaguout 5'

RTuOcaoluI. tor'as atr.ssld- Retaored *.- th* N cw $l reInH ze, jrp fJE SutWiHerheg* leave to tnformihe cltisen !_N-B.* BlankeU large asendmuntotNegroOoodasuctisslcereeys A -- :- idii5_ ,T thgon, $ .;tf the United State* anvtTJanadev?! '%,:'
avla tied his 11214.G4tbu Cienur lso( 1Ju1t4bsgopposuteDr.HaldwLs'si'5S S S S 5S
I ,,LUat'oo-w. and ito'rktaity that he still daycTesIIL. flOGAB.Qb7Ile9thkIM44gSWr ; S S -5Sf It-flORhCO-55
thfe Coarti *a est *_ as p.bai4s-La.olv.y of, o1ee.Jseksonvtiei55 4oottoeesto1ie4opesblai'0a4Eoevth ; :?fjQaardtaifc juIy 3t1 BEpRICES'cflAgeotfottbe 29'1 31 Gold lae4.
teM.Estate i Itl OrvUredThat 11 penoa* hnvingjmi j*keptconstentl/hiwd a Urge and 5'--- 'pAcTong-AND : 'tp
; "" E.tie-u""IJe *-"". ** Country l Jtew-York C4ty.
11 ifr r'1 -siensefcfteilewoKiAeiitofissf9sA &$'L 8trset,1'.otcoddoor'west f Dr001.Cd1snt.sIdenc 4vrlUerlprepar4.ta;; : sates: Oeoeral COXSSZOLMERCAN.TS S hiTadrertisemeaUhtee t3 *,-with til?soH a.a4 .
Uaiaeirsaid with tae Clerk tftfc
eewifljA 9dV.tmlebfJeakCole ,JL -S forward as a peper eontainlasc'f ha.saa<- wa! bi;
IC.i&forth.. wid coyU'aisi; ; ', di-v Agent$O&.CoTTitspOedeItt la New York, fez WAva'
Always receded- *k15 Were ha itprepared t to takepfclarei taa'maaafaotHrt batmen aad other to $in hvprJnllslb.
m a. tb.1bzfeloJk
UM d of A.D wilt ::char1eitooac- -
y4rUi Jaauaryt .
.arbefore Jwen S. S .
AdlhUhiaotioebe y-pabiJthedlaeome : .. : .. *e.* lffi*. te*HHar'apki* BOOBU, haHoc a'splendidrmepftoa Walaw ; .wTork.ipriI2'2d,1SNL ,u ,
MXl.a. t/anPwHl: stte a*>> ehmaa.and.r1e Fancy aad othe*Goe4s, Bouks &
;*mat tut**&*, ft ted Hp-fa a neat'aadHaatafal diw Mg -s Adniiiitn .', .,, ..'. Print*;Machinery, Maaufactarer' *ed Meochan! : .ep4riiiz8.v' --S---S- iiS S.
stylai UsUMJM* b* exfaa SkyDajaVsa*.* U-v *r. -s *- .j-yfit". arf'Vitfaiyyifc -, .. 5MALONgAyfoi- To the5OIiI Settbersogrkp.4.c.r"OMeiW
basnt aLC1iaatbcii thijjin- > iA& v S&i**** ***W -
by.ofJzIy. I.Dij8S4 catyw: kelp sWfcs tei m> lw wp.M y.Mnetaat A ML.iPtPe* eiDruPasent Ml elier & -_ : MEIEBE,Ut gf the taa
.1 el vwea eW *l*> l1LLtWt vOawaiw Sor LUMBER.AS -
:: tsij --- fSfON.MERtvj
-:- wttb I**iwBa sa'of aU ...5- 5.- -5 5 ; J -- 'S wOratten4 proiaatly to 43 clam*aarfe*Ike VforR
% I :. s4 : k1o4guel.bed5wJtb regard to persear sod al* e* -CuAxw'-'f. S da Armed Oocupatio cUefiWt and S8 &-Per-
*_- S.; --TZLt- .. whO Likseeisbudr445s4.7irssIs harar ; ta oasj prwid aodJraaiaa ee .t.OT.Weeis&sniuS .S 1. kxsatodooO,* riWHv''aVeJtt tnecfcaaierf ip rrfmisaal nts aad rptaeri add hating eo plied VUh the reqi fewest*tktr-; Sot

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